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PAC.F nr.iiT BAKRADOS ADVOCATE W.I. 61-2 In Reply To Oxford's 194 4 Hours Rain Washed Out Play Yesterday OXTOBD v possible on UM tec aid da) ol the Ww [i mulch against Oxford University here loos) Faui I rain during the morning s.uk*"d the pilch, but sV at*. % %  Annual wind the lurf dried slowlv. Tea was laken early jr, r. ''" fP""; M *""* Th r """" hope ol play later but the wicket was still w,ami tha '.",Z*~c !" „" 1~< Mr. s'.v'X captains decided play today would be Impost! dlefrlbuted ihe prise*. If conditions permit tomorrow the W si Lndk .fill resum rent earrjad their first Innings which stand at 81 lor ti lua., ui tv. :, Visitors Carry Off Four Firsts At Police Sports tyiekrl. made in reply lo Osttn I I 194. The Slart ... Rriewamaa Rascal Wins Second Time -RASCAL*, owned ana ski;. pared by Geoff honours in the B' l'ljM il' Tenth Rckt-u.^ of IIBV C%rlt*p. Uav on We.li.. q i.i*. ". lug. %  %  ' %  viil r fo* liw Moo This va*.r.t htm already rcvorde two seconds and i l percentage %  Ninth Began.paled in t i il.• %  I %  Bi nd> i I ipl the lour, iw West Indie* team was %  '; %  -: %  "": ''i hn not ii .HI. happier by th lit mimon we Im %  -..., Ow ihrssdenln %  •'"' P '' %  %  '' %  %  I .i utter wind pnvh i %  (unreal at u„ %  rvmitJUoAa i" BikM ,,: %  ' d ,*0 %  Sf* r1 ' i (or the touring ,lo,ul P' 0 *** 1 ft %  iMm, the I'nivcrsily won |IRto ''' "..n.l.l^ %  ad da ided as bat and put thi '*"' ewd loaa, B. b.bb>cr. D It CHIT C. Pt Wlnn, C u ft. HH.IU. D. Lawta, i P s C-fiiipbcli. I. N liartlelt. 1). HenMnaa vi..: ;.,ti... j QeaJdard icupt i, wind. Nine l.at Viator InaViiiiw ra r<41. llMt Til* llilt'i won by Araa N 1 tM I apt l*raM racaivvd ihr cup (oi llnarva. At thitiii ui tha lu^t evant, Tnn .1 war, won samely b> 1ii U.rjour Polirr, compaliiiK nlhlrlc* matched pact 1" tha music of the Polica l %  Colonel R. T. Micholiti. Ci HnlJr^L.nJ ..1m -.. i *"*' >,jl *" h< "" '""> ^"*ugM m.vi.oiu.. of MIM, at thr and of hiJf K : ^ih,\, ? .1.? ??! "'> %  ,>J r ""' n "" ,N ^ """" ^ l Mr*. 8.vaia lor attandZll r ^. L ^, ":.'"""' n l •"' ''" """"P •"i.K.k.-d back, tag, am l thanked MM Savage for £? i^ 0 """, ', hrw b '" hu ; n !" ,;,,cr Caw miocd u ban pawanttai ihe p. taM Tl g?', ua *y .: %  %  Fla m a nHtn wban playlnu Ha paid tribute to Arta No. 4 Dackward dafanatve itrofta; 2 >f IhaTand Pniicr who had pui wa* out leg before up a gallant struggle in an attempt The We^l Indlf-i must have felt ' wr*0t from the Harbour Police -J? C *Z2 *'£ h S?U .".!f r, d Ihc coW %  I 00 deal •"• their -tround where the match Is betng H>Meeting a iuceeaa l.'aved never •rtagei mora than """ follow:— ona i Cork,,. !" P f ,'' PT"' ,nd B"* 1 "' Hotmts .nd llurd wa, R. I) !!,'"'""" Cn '" 0 1 '' """ Athletic Heats Today THE followiim heals for md ball howled U-wis who hit two-day Intercolonial Cycle nnd Lvar a yorker. Williams folIawiM Athletic Meethm which taktH llnf a splendid rotuni catch nlace al Kensington on Mondav. iron Itoolibyei who baited JUKJ May 2t and Thursday June 1 will i rtr 2 and I half hours for his run to-day commencing at 3 42. Wlnn. a left hander. loon P m Ntoared his intention of enlivening i |i ** p^, 'iJ^T'n. -'.. V (HI.. lt ,M %  rt\M> i vi.. Ti i I MILS > \1 A. Is-. * %  ' I ...,'... T, ..„ %  | n-...-a iI I awn i >. ( %  H-r-la %  HtI '(IS •-\n d a.i \r m M T.UI: *h.l \y aa • 1 M Pnrw. a* r '.., t -, • MIII"MM rniiaeiv s *\,, %  w Wnii.ii aad u vi .i i *, .,,.„ iv M %  i %  :..i it lr ... \HM \X *V. -. %  < Tiirw 0 "I W*B W B.B.f. Programmes raiDAV MAY M. UN* Iltam Tkt Nw. 1 M %  m N*>w* A %  > %  !> 1 II a m Think an Ihn* iiunai. ; a> > m rrr., , i rMiim* FirMr I II a fta. Lihidon Uakal O— f t Otr-iii i-a. • SO .in Car Dam. II itaaw. TH* NVa-v i~ i.. %  >rNrw* Atuir*** i> <* a n> ;'•-*. 1 H-ror*. I a> p m Th0*h.w C.n i.nwaa*. 1 II 9—i Radaa Nawararl I I | %  HynWlaaHaV ll 4lr ••>• %  IHpD / M f > ••• I' 'i. Ill pn Baw" % % %  I. ti Take M rtm tbrr*. 3 W n m Th• II p.tm. Th* Naw. in nm Thar Dallr Hervirr .).. it.m -.udUa al thai O v al... I • p m l.ln >n Choar* I II p m P i U [I — ax Par %  1. % pm rram lhaihlrd PM>uramnt. > H p an iMatlud*. %  W P m >•> Max-rda. • 4* p an iXtpr* Unu. | m im Thr N*wi. 1 W p m Nrva .,-l.au. T II P m 1 31 p i. fcv, Wl> ladnauM of W I vm 0 .i. r.a> p -Til Ppa.i-v %  > ii %  fad i>liiioaa. I JO p.at Thr Counti; THE AiMATEtR ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION OF BARBADOS Presents the Wait Indies Cycle & %  Athletic Slj AT KEal-SIN(;TON OVAL ON WIIIT-MONIIAV. MAY 2STII and THURSDAY. JUNK 1ST, lSa • the Dtrtlngutthad Htranan ..i lbs Baa Omm) the Clovernor Arravcd for the invaalnn are" COMPTON CIONSALVES (Trinidad I: LINDSAY GORDON (BO); LAIIUIK LKVV1S (BO); PEARL OOODING (Trinidad) and Others For the defence: KEN FAHNUM, L. CARM1CHAEI, II STUART I) KEIZAR. A. HUNTE. A A CLARKE nnd Ottntl Police Band In Attendance HTIOIITI.IFTINT. I1ISPI.AY AT INTERVALS Tickets nn Sale nt The Civic Society—Daily. PRICES: Kensington Stand :l -; Georee Cllallenor 2/; I'nroseretl Stand J/: OrmmcU I/per day FRIDAY. MAY M. 15II a-. Refreshing as a lovely summer's day Sl'MMF.R IIREEZE HA1II TORDF. in beautiful designs 36" wida •• l-HFXK ORCANIIIIS peuih. mil, pin. Man | 36" wide *-. rVhkl, 2nd |n : Murphy's "Van Thorndyke" he himself skippered. Results were 1 'B' C'laaa1st Rascal Okapi. 3rd. War Cloud 'C Class: 1st Mi. win; Rogue; 3rd. Cannci. Intermediaie (lass isi Coronetia; 2nd. Clytle; 3id invader •D' Class Isi IVic, I';,,.. 2n I Ramblrd; 3rd Van Tli.irndvke Asmena Wins The Oaks From VKRNON MOIU.W EPSOM DOWNS, May 25 Big French cotton magnate Marcel Houssac today won the Oaks, the miles" classic with Asmena starling second favourite at live to one. This nlly by QoTI out of Astronomic ridden by Kae JohnW inn's exhibitioi tin .. flat lupait IM .'.' OltU over m the rather colbright spot in Oxford "urless diaplay. Wlnn .111 and Jose p Bran UM nol nut batarnen at ten with ihe lolal at 175 fnr fl wickets. "Kid German" Defeats Ginger Roberta On Points OW.-.I AhW fm IW Gcmame. the ll|btwl|h< i ,< ttj; "" oul s """ 1 tor ^""'npion ot Barbados and OtTlcial irii atter wlnn and Jose had odded contender for the Empire title, delt* runs ti Ihe tea wore. feated Ginger Roberts. Nortluri. Then the West Indies made a welterweight crUUnptOti, on polnl Imd start losing the wicket of Rae. in ten rwndfl nt the Uvaepool who was bowled by Joae. In Ihe Stadium tonight m I e ve r at the Innings and. at Oermaine. who was a won en wa* run out. So stone lighter, gave a brilliant di accurate was the fast l>owling play of fast counter punching an.' "i •'"' %  ..nd Uivesha thai Stollalmost won as he pleased. Hi iiieyei and Weekes. were kept on had Robert* down for four in tithe defensive, though. In the la.l fifth mind and (Of on > Oil half hour. Weekes became much sixth -Heater mere active, making several line drives on laoth sides of the wicket The day's play, ended with the r...., score at Hi for the loss of 2 wkt* To"" ' % %  *• Rain washed out the second "" "' ^u KO day s piny and the game resume, wu n r "lead haliwa"y"up toJny ;... tn1 n a ,ln >'weather the straight to Win by a length l*">itting from another French fllfy Madame *** %  — lafarges Plume a 10 1 chance. Third, one and a half lengths [' "" %  nway was Ihe Biitish Ullv Stella t,' SJ Polarii starting at 100 to seven. %  > ii-i It wa* Boussac's finit win In c '.'. %  ." this event. Among the crowd f who saw his initial victory', which R gained him a first prize of more than £13.000. were the King and f! Queen and the two Princesses who had come to watch the Royal f !ly. Above Board, run. —Renter rJI FRIENDLY FOOTB/VLL "•T|ic (icn--f.il ['.^l OllUe "ill oppose an Empire team at Football J ,J 1 today at 5 p m. at Bank Hall. J !" Representing tha General Post H^ nOffice are; 4-L. G. Campbell. O. L. w,llu Matthews. K E.'Sealey. H. W. ?'"£ Barker. II. W. Cadoaan, S. W. rampbrii r Worrell h William. nivr.li.. h Johnton Banlrtl b Oomer Jnr b Ramadhlit It 0 The>11 Do It Every Time IN ARITHMETIC a ASS, SYCAMORE IS STI?ICTL V MINUS •••ESPECiAU.y IN SHORT DIVISION--THEN MES SUB-MINUS — By Jimm y Hado BUT Q9MES rr TIME TO Pivvy UP THE SWEET-TOOTH DEP'T, EINSTEIN H;^SEL C COULR.T RSURE IT QuiOc'fiRWOWI CANDY! FIVE-TENU NINtTSEH PIBCBS! THREE %  <{ EACH ANP FOUR uEFT OVZZj 6V 3P NEveR EATS MORE't ONE-TMAT'S EiS"TEENFBoR .' ^j INTO EiSHTEEN-THAT'S *->• %  J3 BOUR AND A HALP MUNKS A JTV FORME,A-OM--T .-<* %  >



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FRlI.W MAY 2. 1KB The Late Lord Wavell AN APPRECIATION BY LIDDELL HART Cabled from London by Our Own Corrmpondent LONDON. May M Fieid Marshal Lord Wavell is dead. What will be I v.-iilic'. Luldell Hart famed military writer, in a biograpnic al 'eature m the London Kvaning Standard answers "Much depends on whether Wavell's critics or admirers have greater influence m the s haping of history" • There are, says Hart "loo many factors sill] uticlanntd lo reach II \ RRA DOS A IVOC \TF PACT TI1HEB Manley Leads Labour Day Parade *.<1'"*•!*< r < -M—P-M.nl KINGSTON. J.jmacia, May 25. Jai m k rt tint Labour Day City wide %  parade was staged In Kingston 00 Wednesdav Empire Day. by T U C and P.M.P. Sim* 1SS8. May 24 was regarded here aw Labour Day instead 11 May 1 because of its anniversary of labour uprising Heading the parade were Norman Mantey. P.N.P. leader and Ken Hill. T.U.C. General Secretary. The Police were on guard through the city but no ihcidt-nls occurred. Busiamante's industrial Trade Union marked Iha anniversary with a celebration in BustajnanWs South t ...rtiidon constituency. These celebrations were folJcwed today by an Invasion of unemployed, Kingston workers while members of the House of Representatives were diwussing | the budget. The invaders were: re.'ected by the Police squad. The reason for their action la the victimisation claim of the Kingston workers on the announcement by Bustamante this week that the Kingxwood films Jobs would go to Clarendon workers since the dim city would be established in that parish. T'dad Oil Workers Got More Wages '"" %  ' AS..PBI. C*fIMS*BIBI> lOKT-OF-SPAlN. May 20 Workers in Trinidad's rich u.l bell have Just been granted wage Increases involving one and a half million dollars per year In agreement between Oil rields Workers Trade Union which was signed Uus morning. Solomon Hochoy. Labour Commissioner who presided at the talks said 'Certainly another milestone In the history of induslri.il relationship as well us a farther advance completed selfgovernment within the industry. Economic experts here agrecu that the pact may have fan-reaching i-ffects on the economic stability in the vast oil belt upon which thousands of homes depend for their llveUhood. New wage rates retroactive from March 4. It It • siimated that workers will 1 get more than UOO.000 back pay and their annual wage hill wUl to $15,000,000. conclusive judgment In general, the admiring view is nearer the mark In my veiw". Hart says It u easy to understand how the adverse view flourished. Wavell was "exceptionally inarticulate except on paper, for • -ii .vnii such an active mind It was rare for him to converse at all easily, in contrast his letters were fluently expressed". This inarticulateness is attributed as the reason for the failure of Wavell to become head of the Army as Chief of the Imperial General Staff in 1937. Hart reveals for the first time thai il was only at the last moment that Gort was chosen instead of Wavell and says "VTavell's inarticulateness and the popular appeal of Gort's V.C. ere the factors in turning the rales of the Cabinet's decision." Discussing Wavell's interests In fe outside the military sphere. Hart tells 1 h e story as related him b v (Wave. I h-inself •f how when a flnchestfr Scholar, the .-Hend master reproached Wavell f o.r wasting men mental talents and educalon by choosing to become ,i solHer" After c o ra anting on i-nurrhiu"* "lncrcaaUg distrust of Wavell" and the decision in 1B41 to replace him by Auchinleck. Hart says. It is probable that Wavell would have proved a greater Commander if his chance had come when he was rather younger A General in the service of a slow moving democracy who hopes for security of tenure and ] fame should be careful to defer I his appearances on the stage until late in a \ an arrival In the leading role was Wavell's chief mistake—but no fault of his. Ha had more gifts for high command than most of those who exercised .1 when the going was good and forces plentiful". Hart deals at length with Wavell's fortunes and misfortunes in the early war and his transference from the military to the political sphere as Vicerov of India. I % %  LINGUA AFRIKAANS CAPETOWN. StaUenbosch University Debating Society have passed by a large majority u motion that "English .language) has no chance of survival." The speaker, F. Harris, in moving the motion said that Afrikaans was progressing culturally at the expense •if English. "No One ^ ill 1JHurt" %  RUN, May 25 it.. PRETORIA: Bating an oyster lunch m .1 Pretoria reataurant. a man found four sizeable pearls said to he worth £50. An argume>.: at to who wa* the rightUiI owner, but In the end the 0Us1onse> w H allowed to take them "ns souvenirs". Said the BRMrtMAf "Seeing he had bought the oysters I suppose they must belong to Mm, On the other Imnd. thr I n pivsentatlve of the Argent i restuurunt and not a Jewelj State Trading Agency and ler's shop, and I claim all mil eral] of the Ambassador's party on rights in any food I sell." / night of the incident. May 5. Trygve Lie Back In U.S. NEW YORK. May 25 he United Nations SecretaryGeneral, Trygve Lie. returnee) today from his "cold war" talks i: London. Paris nnd Moscow He told reporters "I have DO reason to be disappointed .vith my trip "I hope to see President Train shortly." he said when M plane came down from the gre>.t sodden skies It had bssffl over the field for more fhmi an hour nnd a quarter owing to fog. His meeting with reporters was brief. He recounted that he had mel the heads of the Big Powers, including Premier Stalin and. after mentioning his hope of seeing Mr. Truman, said he would see the United States Secretary of State. Denn Acheron, as soon a* possible One reporter asked Mr Lie about the outlook for peace or war. He replied "I am very hopeful of the whole situation He then departed for his Long Island home He expects to hold ;i pre.* conference, he stated, but gave no indication when it would take place.—Renter Pearlv Souvenirs Poured V. alrr To Cool linn Oil # From Page 1 doing on to his face. Hie Iviigii-shiiiun s^id he thou turned lo the Ambassad.'i and saying ii. i, cnteh tahr* tossed a jug of water int.. I)i T..-u.-r i. ii Wretched hands. The Ambaa%  BNtar missed the jug, whi.ii landed <%  his paunch and struck itu ha same ttane, *Mla Iks ""'II in the jug splashed over hiI %  hdwardssaid that bt Una* M i men talked back to table, and just us ho was ulting down a tumbler struck him m the back and bounced .>,I w. ih next table. The Englishman told the TTagislrate that at the time of the to wH —I he did not know the identity of the Ambassador, ou* learning it afterwards from the manager of the hotel where the incident occurred apoligised lo him The Ambassador, hat l not accept the apology. When masked the Secretary of the ArgenI tine Embassy who was a member Of the Ambassador's party, lo conI vey his apology to the Ainbassa| dor, he refused, saying "it Is an) affair for the police, and in Argenf UM > .iu would ha%-e been IMtfM whipped" Id" Edwards continued, | "wo are not in Argentine now" %  and we have different method! here "He (Ihe Secretary l took this to be a derogatory remark about Argentina, winch it was not intended to be" Earlier today the chief prose; ution witness Mr. A li K.upi ciiicluHed his evidence. He I described himself yestei West Indies And The BIF (•'•ft Oil! latl.Cann Coiiiijnnil>iit' uONDON, indications that despite the lack ui direct reinesenLiiio. athe R f.P aferred to lr .i pre R %  have scored a bigger Ihn twelve .iit> %  %  %  ryen H hat R to orden wuuid BSM MII i (Or Trinidad I fftsi hit* attain been scored by Sea Island Cotton whl enquni" •'nun .ill parti ol ti" his success was no doubt %  tnmul led tj tha ineareal BJMMS I ,I. tinnnd by ttw Royal Famih during the vi'it to the Fair lie second day. But business has been brisk at 11 the West Indies stan < % %  has stepped u • se-dlng day Aiii"i.[j n buyers and busines .ve been promiH the mnnv callers an.I thm i itnreasi in ntfii-. bagkei work nnd tinned I A H> rmudei makini; w t the coconut ran n n H< ha i xplaine I like aucii nl>)vt-t' '.iiM",li .mil tic In. asked whethet i h • Ngd< %  Jani.i and "Tnuidad" at ine-ent inscribed ixi the dcouula can < be abanged to Heimuda." Rsjplyiiig io the Court, Mr ] Knrpf i today ba thought tha reason foi Edward's "Stage behavIi UI v>.' poUtkal He added "I raiuio* help thinking that the; reasons srara political because i.re i no other reason". • (musf to Kaat ith Rally, .tie in the pn QewsasMssssU'' i^lisi warmongers have pn -i nunoutn 'uggestm^ that the nib endanger :IT--I Otto Grntewohl said in an official Go\-ei announci ment "None of (lie young people will be hurt in Berlin.** he said The Government will see to it that our .-outig people, who are demonttratlng for peace, will receive .-pecial care and attention while n Merlin" 24 Arr.v.ed We.t iV"iu pallet froquonUj .inest groupl of Fn-.German youth DassjAMfg utio aie itiun.l li>'ila\mg illegal j-repagonda material The official Coiiiiiiuuiit organisation ajsVi tlv number ol Free German V. lit' in West Ik-iliii in tin %  days as 21. Theie iftp Ian on the BlttO Bhlrtl in Wast Berlin ..mi Indivlduali gad small Kioup* ul Free German Youth can \-aiuiei arouno unhindered, police pokc*man said. "l"hey ,TI ust not, BWVpasssjg, march organbeol ivlumn. can* pi >pa! ".iiHi.i material or create diitur| banco*. We i Berlin newspaper t ada". n'pnrted ihat "hundreds of Free j German Youths" had already de; fed strict orders not to enter the v. -I. in s.i tin-.nil roamed .n.rivu,:h W^sBerlin on n "fSJetnndtng* tour, admiring the plenlv in inn -hops and the hu*-< 'it OH %  the street-, Allied oMarVM Ml howevoi. nut thov hod l :,ot yot s**en ,i large-ta %  n" of West Iterlin l MtftOlal tOBt Oornigfl vontlis Ifcadquari lers of the Free German Youth MWs morning said that the bulk of the 500,000 participants In tho rally had not yet arrived but were expected within the next two —Reuler Unhappy Communists i PRAi.; | • %  lory, ihe Cnechoslovak i a Minister. %  sansBsBBi iiisterand I i. He s whn wish to net then | nrd crowded to-dav I I church of St. Paaqual. n.ar the. Titter According to U idi lo n i .me prays to Si Pa^qonle on hU dav. May IT. wil'.in a year he 1 .. mee irong nnd healthy hugtend" ai.-aina inm... Mer* MUUIK -r,n i,, i--u, • %  •> Ihat .„„ h v%  •.o.di.a I--, i. vi ,,ih or iwrtMtpa -..-... i, t a Skssiaa l^fe 1 Amosan iua TIW gsssrFee ryrrh,* —TreaeJ. Mossta. Mrnen your BACK ACHES... ...„k.,._,..^ii,,i„k,- T .. Tl lu*„ ... ,h. 14_1 |,.„ h,„ %  N, P* • %  •. ""*•>. mnu Mis. .,-1 %  ——asMBi VMAM Ma* a. tha .|p,sii Tlaa MJMMMM, 1-^.k.. I In I. itaaii. IM iha -IMMI Ma' (M.M, a i_w. r. ~>. — _.,, _>{ P W U —.las-iii l>iaiia|MM .ISM — IMU Kthv PJM IIMV, KUW, STOP THAT TOP THAT __ g rOUGH/ ^•^^ ITS TINE YOU TOOK SOME VEN0S/ II Ma. kecy .oailuaa ..'. Iiin. yv t.-k v.nVtMO'S Luhtfiia, C0U6H MIXIUK. Ian •uU-baasa %  *' msdaine oa&lwta, MM and lau.Mta InmanM and Soreuau air a^UaxI a*ay. Couihin alla.la air rclW>VMl. That coonanl uTHatloo m the ibfoal H oJlavocL Rabcd upon to. ovm )0 r I ..l.v' nr.rDEairmry|W coueai • coLDi • %  Maura %  aiuw KII'IKIL AS7HMJ CHIflt .COLDS • "lr "COUCHI cmiaiim COUCHI mofr COUGH MIXTURE ust nou fa t/te cA/fe:*u# BOVRIL means rich meaty flavour Try B^nl *Mh all yoar U ap> -nd otMcrak eUUm Ii makSB rtkm wondirTfkillistir -r.J. in iJJin.>n. mik ih-m nouruhini, too PorBosrili.ih*c^t*iiiri-diOsKln.a(6f AlwapilLtea BeFiliaU.j c n %  f -t uy und,am] dnnk it dMlj. BOVRIL pe.ti BEEF Into you %  .Si. KLIM MILK FINST IN PREFERENCE THE WORLD OVER tt'HF s von IWI liuku. lirad ami drfirwaid. thr rciior at ih.l your blood n ihia WMI pale uiihoui cnosjsh iad biuod-sorpuarlci aad >our ner*et are -cak and undernourished coarse of 'St ratine ,r Nerve the two What yw need Tonic food, ajnaraim comia n ine r W*M t>04)-bwiMinf fo0—or. i "•dproiain *r, !" h hmld innered coipUK f blood and had yoar ui uxruii % %  . mo >6i -.'itrnfi ri< day by 0a> nnmg your hodv aHh mit ., nau -ilal.tv haaUh iad h.r ta aWa with ^ % %  ^1 an tha i-own. IM.f. KUwp 0M. ,,., k... h tha red Oas> 1/-al tfl erai akatafc LADIES' TKK SHIK'IS In AsMtrled Colours su.-> NVLON STOCKINJiS M Ciiiaur iaup PIJVSTIC M'KKIP I' \PF.S SI.o.> PLASTIC PRETTV APRONS S!.- PLASTIC HKnDTICS HATH CAPS :UM. gajs, LABIW BXTII1NG sum A N'iir AsN.irl.nrnt in Stork ol I.AI.IKS DRF.SSICS ( IIII.DKKN S MICSSBS HOYS' SUITS THE MODERN DRESS SHOPPE itrood Slrret WIlLIAiM FOGARTY LTD. Inc. B.C. We h>n just received L/UDIES' CHENILE HOUSECOATS — ALSO — "M0YGASHEL Linen tkmm I flKi Colour. KI.ORAI. trtvffOR DRESSKS (Slios 3S to 4tt) We Invite Your Inspection' In the design of the new I lonlop Fort, nothing has h<"cn negleaed wbkh srill live added iafcty. By mcreating the dtpih of the tread pattern, the tyre's road In tiding qualities increase.] iffip and skid resistance maintained throughout the Ulcof the lyre, since the tread p'tlern peniits to the end. This I* just ooe of the many I ifety features which make the new Port the ooe tyre thai lias •— ry Goods Uapt. Prestcold" Refrigerators ARE RIGHT FOR YOU UP TO THR MINUTE IN DBtUON 1 BUILT WITH A PI1TTBB IN VIEW! THE PRIDE OP THE KITCHEN I 411 Steel. All WHdad RCWl Promt ( ablawts: Heavily Ftaleal Harslwara I'M ,u-,,l ( | I'rr .mrii. llermrUrally Sealed falls. Large Ca^aaely •PRESTADORS' Crapalors and Maal SHa-. IN STOCK:— 4.89 cu.ft. and 7.7 cu.ft. WITH A FIVE (5) YEAR GUARANTEE ..,-.-r r --.^-; r T r



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PACK FOL'R RAKBADOS ADVOCATK FRIDW. MAX 2*. 19.111 BARBADOS r -7- ADVtXfflT -. — t-—-i Fh.i.A Maj H, 105(1 Sll|t|MM'l I Oil V is III THE Electors Association are to be congratulated on then whc-It'hearted endorsement of tourism as an industry (or Barbados. Their leader Mr. J. II. Wilkinson made it clear that the Elector! Association will support a policy which involves direct Government assistance of the new industry. This policy he is reported as saying on Tuesday night will have to permit new companies to import certain materials duty free and will gtvt freedom from taxation in the early years of growth. The same evening Mr. Fred Goeuiard reported on his recent visit to VOMU 11 One of his statements that at Easter time some two hundred would-be visitors to Barbados hud to l-> turned back because of Uie lack of hotel accommodation here at the Uma adds further weight to the statements of Trans-Canada Airlines spokesmen who report similar heavy disappointments from Canada. Barbados has been caught unprepared for the sudden influx uf Venezuelan and Canadian tourists who would like to come here and contribute their dollars to your breakfast table. The Electors Association have shown themselves aware of the real need for the community to cash in on I his real industry which only requires nn intelligent and cooperative helping hand from Government to become a second bulwark (after sugar) for the island's economic health, To quote Mr. Fred Goddard on Tuesday night "There are a few people who think it (Tourism) would send up the cost of living of local residents almost immediately. I have never held that view. The price of eggs has risen from one penny to ten cents each without any inllux of tourists. As is well known nearly all of our food is imported. What objection could there be to importing a little more to feed visitors spending their dollars here and at the same time employing at a high level many people who are now employed. "It is shortsighted for any section of the community to want to depend on sugar for our economic existence. If these people are satisfied with the present standard of living their argument may be considered sound. For those of us on the other hand who want to see better conditions come about in our colony something must be done and if it is not to be tourism then let there be some other secondary industry. J would like someone to tell rne what other industry would be more profitable, more lucrative and more advantageous than the hotel industry" 1 But Mr. Goddard was as emphatic as Mr. Wilkinson, as the representatives of Trans-Canada Airlines, as this newspaper, and as everyone with any practical knowledge of the tourist industry, th;it, unless there is active encouragement of the tourist industry, in the form of tax remission on new industries and freedom of customs duty on essential imports not obtainable locally, then there is little to be gained by advertising in a lari;e way for tourists if the hotel industry can only be dependent on 500 rooms for their accommodation. The benefit to be derived from tourism is supported by all members of the community. It has the support of the Opposition party in the local House of Assembly. Can the present Government of Barbados (in the shape of the political party with a majority) afford to regard tourism as other than the next best industry after sugar and still represent the interests of the people of Barbados? How To Help South East Asia % IPavid I ....,>!, Holier.* LONDON. llnlaiii and Australia arc reI ported to be utterly at loggerheads j about schemes for South Rail I Asia, I'be Sydney Conference. I where the Common*! 1 [ trie* are d|.cussing UM I hold South East AM* against 4'ommunist advance, seems t.i have gained a livelier reputation —at least with the press—thai: lh dull u neon trovers la 1 meeting n Colombo last January. Indeed il Is amusing to find that the same critics who poured scorn on the effectiveness of the ColomI i i.ience are now doubung the use of the Sydney (.' % % %  '< n| .. --because it has demonstrated divided opinions. What are the diffcrences? Journalists might be called In to advlaa at this Sydney Conference. For the struggle is mainly concerned with how to make the largest possible sensation with the least uvallable resources. Both the Australian foreign Minister and Lord Macddnald, (the obscure peer who represents Britain). have declare*] that they aim at railing moral* in South East Asia. They, with their advisers, think that If the countries of Asia feel that help is coming then them would be such an impression of confidence that Communism could never take root. (To this simple view this writer does not subscribe; Communism seems too complex and insidious to be extinguished by only bread to-day or promises of cake to-morrow). But. accepting the Commonwealth Foreign Minister*' Idea that money must be spent for political reasons, what are the alternative*' Britain, (which means the Treasury under Sir Stafford Cripps, in this case), suggests that a large scheme—a twenty-five year plan —should be drawn up. Over the next two years little should I*' done except moke plans. I'rojects should be surveyed, costs estimated, equipment found—and then the bills sent in. With good sense the Treasury "experts" say that raising the standard of living of 200 million people cannot be attempted overnight. Obviously spreading £10 million yearly would give about one shilling to each person If the Commonwealth can only afford an expenditure on capital equipment of a few shillings annually on behnlf of each person then the money has to be spent particularly carefully, and profitably, if It la to achieve the doubling, say, of the Incomes of the poorest. And when H.M.'s Treasury starts to examine the profitability of an enterprise then, truly, the gears grind slowly. The Australian approach is the reverse. Let us vote the money. Let ua show the independent countries of South East Asia thai we stand at their backs. Let us make a gesture with as large an aggregate total as possible. Mr. Spender has already got the "Spender Plan" to his name; and he intends It to be spectacular. According to this Australian view, as It is reported here, the Governments concerned would have control over how the not !-. %  gffjajM Now there I no room to doubt that from a purely flnai economic point of view the Mriti'h Treasury 1 *attitudeu UV Spending money on ItU ards of living In comi. "primitive"* commercially umlevel oped —communities b matter of finding men and Engineers, concrete, and even good ideas, are In much shorter supplv than cash. So food cn*e U surely that schemes should come first and the money after wards The Australians, though, hnve strong arguments of payt hology on their side. They can point to the fact that one of the moat ambitious schemes of development Is now under way throughout the llrittsh Colonies, under rule of Treasury purse-strings, and that it has negligible political effect and catches the imagination of nobody. The Colonial Development and Welfare scheme, the Overseas Food Corporation, (nuts), and the Colonial Development Corporation have over £200 million pounds of resources and yet they seem to foster. rather than eliminate. Communist influence. And it can be argued that this is because every penny of money in British Colonies, that comes from London, is given on strict accounting principles. The educated rititmi of Africa who are struggling for recognition of equal status ; "bargain" for t nomles with each Government. At the snme lime, on the a) of the A'luntlc. the monev u voted by the Culled States Congress and vie Appropn.it msttssM of Congress examine. point i'v i i at, the proposals on how the money Is to be spent This Is a brand of m with m.Uions In the l I make the figures that com Eurr.pe exactly equal to the dollars that COOM from the Cnitcd States. Each Coveinment receiving Marshall Aid Is treated as I hie equal In the plan. But the administration of aid I designed so that all the schemes pull together. It bag wor k ed In spite %  some moments of strain) The Australian HOMsKkO thiit the Commonwealth Government* should now announce a good. high figure os their total aid to South East Asia has. from UM view of "public ratal %  which the journalist specialises one vers -emuflaw T'.1 %  be a "good story" —one* But. if South Ea-t Asia Is to > lift to its mi rah story", which tb news that continue* from week to week and year 10 ysjfl be more effective. The discussion, at sounds, from this dManC* healthiest development in Commonwealth affairs for miny t vear. The tradition of tn CORUMOWWlttl Cnnf. T'Viee >' 1 been broken. No longer arc huge Decisions being taken secretly, and compromises being patched up In private finally iproduce an almost meaningless con for the world's press, la n discussion ii control ment is real—and. better stih the aims of ;ill are UM same. The Spender Plan is taking shape, not being shelved. IVetolt Review \ Dream House In Grenada A Ht'NOALOW BY THE BEACH Bv DERRICK BALL (Peter navies 12/6) F INDING a little bungalow beneath the palms and near enough a beach for a swim before hrenkfast is not as simple as It sounds, and the author and his wife had an adventurous time boforc they eventually found their Caribbean dream house. Mr. Balls first impressions of the West Indies were gathered in' l'urt-of Spain—a city which he soon grew to loathe. Like All visitors he found it impossible to walk a few yards in the streets without being hooted ut by a bevy of taxis, but by breuKlng Into a jog trot he cscaptd Into a cool bar. And then, there was that filthy hotel near Uie docks where they had to stay because they could not afford to ray for a room in a more luxurious place The dream began to fade, and there was no response to their eager Inquiry for a bungalow bv lh t beach. Eventually they decided *o try their luck in Grenada, and mak !ng up their minds *o arrive there in correct manner they went by rthoonrr. Of schooner travel he has this to say: "It is dirty, hard, %  uiigh and cramped, except for toilet facilities, which are enormtus. No doors to lock, no walls to scribble on, no fluahlng apparatus lo confound you." The Journey began smoothly, and Mr. Ball was musing romanI. allv about Uie delights ',' travelling in a sailing boat until they reached the Dragon's Mouth and the schooner became involved in a storm. The description pi the author's seasickness which follows Is so realistic that after leading a few pages J fen a bit IIS IMII a ctt agl ea aboul it—until he found that uV ktttsMB was Infested with cockroaches'and describes It as the kind of house In which it would net be out of place to nit down to a meal with *our hat an. "A marvellous houseless house—Miolhiiig more thart a tin umbrella com held over our heads bj a few wooden poles." Mr Ball v.-rltes well, and wit t:iy. He has found his little bit oi heaven and he appraclataa it Hut although the bonk is mainly nbout life In Grenada it is also an autobiography, and one is constantly reminded of Uie contrast Utv.e.1. life at the Imiifc'alov and the author's unhappy youth In Canada. I enjoyed every page of thl book—Mr Ball exaggerates wonderfully' Free!... After 5 Years—As; A rrisoner Ol Russia lly Stl airliner BE l H E had no! changed anything Ukfl M mi.eh %  I If you allow for the f.. ren Victor von Henckel-l>-i % % %  Ihat there had be ry strands In his hair, that tllfl >uld be written off ss the of time. d as cheerful as ever. But I watched IU> as we sat together talking In a Kurfurs'.ondam cafe. 0W and again a look of f alignhis face, a llsless Umldity. And then I rea'ised it. His good. English-made pre-war clothes and his g;.y manner were Just a little bit like the bright neon hunt-. <^n the buildings around us. Thr% an % %  eekt •' %  %  Outwardly, however, l could line! nothing in him to recall those ragged and toothless German priseii Wta dragging lliemselves through tie I I947 when I hi d M Maw to Zagorsk Or the pale, hollo., Oermani I hu i and the other turned prlgooa i % %  • n to here %  j is m.nc lUununatlni than D my own carefully shepherded visits to Rui i irhi [I :, .nd from diplomat friends I. : %  "II. | .1 d been sent to work In rier has been I, Three ol the men I talked with had been working Russia> top see-rd industrial area east of the %  i mere building factories and borng mil; iida. I up called AsbeM, affr the a-l. %  RUTHLESS HASTE Imi U I % %  -whoic. I learned. Any time off granted for holidays or poliUcnl celehratlons hnd to be made up by extra work. That applied to i-Vrman labe.ur. i %  letor, "the shop i wai In worked 2.T .v ( .k %  without %  Sundi On the whole the Gam with their %  ten fricmiIj At i. : rith RUSSUUM beiowi the rani nik. as the foremi n THEY BEO I MV in. (he Russians as %  the Gerraani Wltll teen :heir mencre prisoners* fare felt better off than the Russians, who had to pay for their own food out of their miserable wages of beIw ean 200 and 300 rnuhles a month. What that Is you will t. %  .. id cost onerouble .1 lb. nutfgariM r, o roubtai %  lb, and butter 32 roubles ., lb Aid UsOM W* the new reduced pen M Often the Russian workers would beg from their 1 ' "Land mo %  nubia," "" %  would say. "so that 1 can buy myself a piece, pi bread And tlie-y meant It. To me. however, tinKM.-^X raaeinaUni piece of news that these men have brought out with them is that there does exist in at least one area of the Soviet Union, a resistance organisation which Is successfully defying the Communist Party and the secret police. A MAFIA Victor was the first to tell me about the organisation. I he;ird more details from Ludwlg Kirchei an ex-lnfantr] sSTgasurt, who had first hand experience of its operation. TJlOOrgs %  l ,,f terrorist Matin which holds sway over the vast army of Soviet-dominnted people—sometimes estimated at more than 20.000. 000 men and women, who have been banished to penal camps ea.%  ,{ the (Jl Object* of the organisation are: — 1. TO MAKE life In the camps and the new Industrial areas they servo as agreeable as possible for its members by stealing food and clothing where tliev can get them. I TO rmilomsE Md txplolnt non-members %  dnona the prisoners. :t TO PROTECT lt-= IlinmlHII from the camp and se-Tet police, and lo f capes lo bandit life outside—I.KS D. v. scorr TO-DATS SPECIALS a CO.. LTD. at the COLONNADE TinCOCO A MALT Tins Hiuhmoor GCAVA JKLLY Mc. 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BLACK AND NAVY : Also : CHAMOIS I.KATHKKS STOP IN TO-DAY! DA COSTA & Co, LTD. DRY GOODS DEPT. For The HOLIDAYS AND Ml 8ETTER HEALTH To the Editor. The Mdrocole— Sn,—I much enjoyed the address of His Lordship the Bishop at the Youth Service on Sunday afternoon. It seemed to mc particularly good, full of weighty teaching and counsel, and expressed In clear and forceful words which even young children could not fail to understand. But the voice has finished speaking and others will intervena. May I suggest that the address should be printed as a leaflet and copies given to the head* of the various youth organisations attending the service—others too perhaps—so that it can be again put before the boys and girls and young people. Thus it would be likely to have the deep and permanent impression which it deserved. The service as a whole was well transmitted over the Radio—we are Indebted to the Company for enabling Urge numbers who, like myself, were unable lo be present, to hear the address very clearly. There wa* only one discordant circumstance, I believe, and that was that before the service was well over and the big congregation dispersed the Radio started shouting out one of these annoying advertisements. Surely Sunday might be kept free of thorn. Shops and stores are closed, and we do not want buying and selling to be thrown at us during the golden hours We get too much of it during lhe # week £ other point. 1 should like > to those who are associated in the effort "to promote spiritual revival and emphasis" and help the children that we have made a good beginning. We got our appeal for the preservation of the Sabbath into the press: we got the co-operation of the ClerRy who lake the Daily Morning Services; .111.! now we have this weighty and forceful address by the Bishop. There is hope for the parents and young people in this direction. PROGRESS. M.iy 23. 1950. \oi'*r Box To (JM fdttar. The Advocate — BOI t'nfortunately. I am one of those poor school boys who have school work when there Is too much noise going on around me. Her-' jre the following conditions under -tvhlch I attempt to work, or study if you could possiblv call it that. Radio in front. ludl.> bound ItadhM nn all Udaa Perprtiwllv th* louaMl of ihrlr kind. nvw wishing to kbido. Thrlr unwHrnn* r:.kol' A mil* up—Road. %  a piano master* abode. Whev* niiftn are a heavy load. Whoar objort? sreck the d— n keyboard! > little further down lha .iit-i-i. 1a little man. unuaualt) meek. B.n hli ob)ar4 in life. The louden radio and eUlle! Now could any person reasonably expect a boy to study for an exam under those wearying condlttOCUT I would like to appeal to people with any of the above noise-makers—for pete's sake, think for once that there is another person in this small world besides you and vom, noise box. It may be above all. a sensitive schoolboy—so kindly, U for no other reason, turn that disturbance of peace and plenty, down for once! OVER SENSITIVE SCHOOLBOY I.'nrr fnw To The Editor The Adrorat* SIR.—So much nonsense has i>oen talked in public within recent years In this Island thai the intelligent section of the community seem almost una ire of the growing danger whlrh fillows allowing some of the thing* said to go by default. In other instances there are people in Una cogniDU&ll whom the others expect more than froth and bubble wlv n thev essay to address public a .nonces. During lat week the ll,.rbdos Nurses Association held their annual meeting and the Director of Education delivered ace irding to your reports an address on Intelligence tests. This a idn*s might have been adimrahli for a gathering of teacher*, bul to a meeting of a Nurses' Association it was a waste of Und Surely the Director n.ust have known 'hat the relationship between the Association and the general phutic ftl) I tfag educational basis which is neede.l for npprtvi.ition of hc.ilili ,i d %  anltarj service, mutd bi interesting topic for thi One last word; the i. tciimem-e taita hw baan dl OOUntMl by some of the greater! ;.il specialists in Great Britain. In Barbados it I grouping and supcy* annualion. These were adopted lefore compulsory education and so once again the cart is being i the horse. FX-TKACHER A'o Trtip dttor. The Adfocatc — Sin. With reference to a letter appearing in the "Advocate" in which n la implied that th. Waal Indies Team nre playing too many nd thereby a "trap" has been laid, I crave a little space to clear up the misunderstanding. In the Brst piss s UM W 1 Ba> lures were drawn up i" proval of the Wi %  Control It is utti inw to say that the Aussles were given a day's rest after every match. This, M you know, would seriously English ptonahlp. It would Count] pUyin| the Aussles would also have to KUruj tha BBM th.entire count) fixtures tn be Drolonged. I am told that the All more matches than the I I • %  are scheduled to play they played five "Tests' of 5 days' duration as compared with our 4 'Ti it • the 'men from down ned their day's rest by defeating their opponents. in 'aiices. well within the and so won this our correspondent %  bout. No. Sir.' thl West Indies prouious than those of pn Dfl teams to England. Of eours*. It is also possible that previous teams were also "trapped Yours faithfully. %  Bridgetown 23Ui May, 1950. 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'FRIDAY. MAY 26. 1M BARBADOS \I>V(K \TI PACE FIVE The Governor Gives A Prize For Crane Beach His Excellency the Governor, Mr A. W. L. Savage on Wednesday awarded a prize to the Senior Class of the St Philip Boys' School for an exhibition of a pictorial poster depicting the Crane Beach. A packed hall listened to the Governor, congratulating the Barbados Branch of the League oi Empire on their Initiative In staging the Empire Week Arts Exnibition at Combormerc School. Mr. Savage said that the exhibition provided an opportunity tor the development of latent creative talent. Hundred* of school children from many part* of the island were at Combcrmere to see the variety of exhibits from their rival schools. Most of the drawings were landscape sketches of Barbados' beaches and illustutlons of the different attraction* of Barbados. Comberm% %  won both the Senior and Jur prizes. Police Band At Empire Week Exhibition A LARGE Nl'MBEK of spectators attended the Empire Week Exhibition at Combennere School Hall yesterday. School children attending could be heard making interesting comments the Exhibits. The Police Band will be giving a Concert at the School grounds from 33U to 4.45 o'clock this evening, and it Is anticipated that another large number of spectator* will be attending both the Concert and the Exhibition Although this Is only the second Empire Week Exhibition to be held in Barbados, the attendance this year has been good so far. and the interest was greater than last year. In recognition of the good work submitted by the Schools, the Committee of the League of Empire has awarded two additional Prizes In the Junior Division. One goes to St. Barnabas Boys' School for a proje-t scheme on the subject of "Wolfe Goes To Quebec" while the Sharon Mixed School received the other prire for a scheme under the head "The Settlement Of Barbados". A Fourth Prize in the Junior Division was awarded to the Alexandra School for the project "Barbados Reromes A British Possession" In an interview with the Advocate yesterday. Mr. V B Williams, Honorary Secretary of the Committee of the League of Empire, said that it was desirable that Advertising Managers of the various local firms should visit the Exhibition in order to look at the posters and to see ideas of the children. He also pointed out that the members of the Publicity Committee should also take the opportunity to see them as he thought they could go a long way In advertising the island. Mr. Williams then spoke of one poster sent in by the Girls' Foundation School, advertising th< The Guard-of-Honour. comprising of Cadets. Scouts, Girl Guides .and members of the Church Lads' Brigade, was Inspected by His Excellency accompanied by Sir Allan Collymore. President of the Barbados Branch and Capt Perkins The Guard gave A Royal Salute. Those who sat on the platform before the exhibition was declared open by His Excellency were: Sir Allan Collymore, Major Noot, Mr Terrence Clarke. Rev. and Mrs Armstrong. Hon. J. D Chandler. Major Glindon Reed. Mrs. E. BWilliams. Island Commissioner of Girl Guides and Mis* Nora Burton. Assistant Commissioner of Girl Guides. Inspiring Excellency who spoke after Sir Allan Collymore said: Many of us were privileged to be present at the observance of Empire Youth Sunday in the James St|eet Methodist Church when approximately 2,000 of the youth of this island were gatherea together as part of the Immense congregation which reached round the world to thank God for H, many blessings and to dedicate themselves anew to His service .through their citizenship in the common wealth. it was most inspiring. If only the peace and intentions of that service were rehearsed into practical everyday life, not only in this island but In the Commonwealth generally, how truly we would be an example and an initlon to the rest of the world. HIS EXCK1.LEWY THE GOVERNOR, Mr. AW: i,,u. the Empire h., Message on Wednesday at Combermere Bcbool .seated right of Ulan CottyRwre, Chu-f Justice and lefl of UM Oovwnor, Major Koott, Headtnafter of the School, and Rev. A. E Armstrong. Air Service of the island by means of a Flying Fish pictured between The unity of the British C< a local fleet of fishing boats. He. wealth is ever a problem to %  aid that he was of the opinion foreigners. I remember during the that B.W.I.A. or Trans-Canada war years when I served in Palescould make good use of this tine among people to whom poster. He also referred to other nostcrs advertising horse racing, golf, seabathing, yachting etc.. and said that the Publicity Committee should be interested in some of Ihem. A NEW Gasoline Service Station wns opened In St. John yesterday pvemmr. This Sta'ion. situated nt Four Roads, is owned by Mr. P. A. Clarke and is the onlv modern station in lhat parlsii. The opening ceremony was performed by Canon Moore. Hector of that Parish, after which Hon. J D. Chandler spoke on behalf of parishioners. Among those present were : Hon. and Mrs. J. D. Chandler. Hon. V. C. Gale. Dr. E. L. Ward. Empire Day was foreign, their difficulty in understanding how people of different races and religion who had little personal contact wilh each other, could yet be drawn together in one family with a unity of purpose standing alone, yet defiant. In the face of ruthless aggression iest freedom should perish from the earth.' Talent The celebrating of Empire Day is directed towards fostering mutual understanding in this great family of the Empire and this exhibition not only does that, but it provide* the opportunity for the development of latent creative talent. This exhibition gives some Inand Mn H A. Talma. Yvonne Tnlma, Mr. nnd Mrs. D. H. L Ward, Dr. and Mrs A. Scott, Mr. C. N. Reece. Mr and Mrs. C. N. Armstrong. Dr. A. S. Cato. Mr. L. R. Toppln, Mr. Tom Went. Mr. and Mrs. Percv Stewart, Miss V. limits. Ml. E D. lnniss nnd Mrs. A. L. Stuart. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Knight. Mr. |dicatlon of the possibilities and I congratulate the Barbados Branch of the League of Empire on their initiative and the various school* which hove taken part on their enterprise. I hope I shall not offend anyone if 1 give a supplementary prlre In the Senior section of this exhibition and award It to St Philip's Boys' School for the very promising pictorial posters depleting Barbados beaches — and in particular one of the Crai Beach. May I in closing quo'e from song of the English by Kipling — K—t-.• UM iw-a win ahfgjaaas Clear the land of Evil, drl' roads and bridgr tha ton Maka y aura to aach hit owi Lecture Tonight A LECTURE on "The Technique of Dry Goods Salesmanship" will be given by Mr. Stanley Edwards at the Y.M.C.A. tonight at 8 o'clock, and a good turn out of clerks is expected. Prior to ihis a Discussion Group will be held while the Table Tennis Tournament takes place from 4.30 to 6.00 p.m. Two Hundred Venezuelans Were Turned Back No Rooms In Barbados Mr. Fred Goddard. M.C.P, iuld hundreds who attended .he Electottt' Association meeting in Bridgetown on Ti night how he and Mr. Iversen. Manager <>t the Marine Hotel interviewed all the leading tourist agencies and B.W.I. Airways the only [plane terv*Ce direct from Caracas hrre. "Every assistance and hospitality were extended to us." lie said. "and on all sides there were enthusiastic expressions of hoi the accomplish*,er.i of pose — a successful tourist business. We were told lh.it ; %  11 Hit Wmzuoiens who had visited Barbados luring the East** they were n very large nun tx were extremely pleased and satisfied with the uccommodiiin.il and welcome they had received ot our hands, and that they had expressed the wish to return to the colony the future for their vacations. The agencies told us ih.it Un accommodation that the island could offer had been sold out four weeks In advance of the> Trip, and had we more rooms avuilable, they could have sold at least another two hundred seats on the plane. This Is but the beginning, for Ith these visitors returning to their homeland with such wonderful tales of this colony, you tic the numbers that will want to come over in future Price of Whisky the common belief that if Barbados advertise in any reasonable degree in the outside world, there are a %  utuci-.-ntly larg number of people in CM dotlai areas apart from Venaxualan only too enxlous and Willing! to spend their vacations in Barbados. The present hotel accommodation in the island, however, i* holly Inadequate for the purpose. Now there are man* fag why people would want to speiw 1 their vacation here. Undoubted! one of the main attractions is the good sea-bathing obtalnal v U < year round in clear blue water which splashes so delightfully on our white coral beaches A (wnira that hai l marked on by more than QM agency, was the friendly attitude of all Barbadians towards tha visitor*, indeed It was heartening to hear of the friend line's that bad Thai ha rasp whara hath sown By tha pasca tmon| lha paaol* 1*1 man Snow • aarva lha 1-ort ROBINSONS •PATENT' BARLEY malcmllk mor. dlfftftlbhi for btby •PATENT' GROATS nk muting happy tin* for " Youngsters grew QUAKER OATS What's on Today Court of Ordinary at 1100 PuUce Band at Combermer* School 3 30 p.m Merlins: of Aurlrullural Society .a 3.00 p.m Annual General Meeting Barbados Cricket Asserts iion Queen's Park at 4.30 pas Mobil r Cinema. Government Industrial School, 81 1'hillp. at 1.30 p.m RHEUMATIC PAINS Here b REAL relief . For real relief from rheumatic pains it ia essential to correct thai saate. When they are due to AM accumulation of bodily impurities It means that TOUT hidnr T which should filler away these harmful impurities are sluggish and need a medicine to tone them up. De Witts Kidney and Bladder Pills axe •penally prepared for this purpose. The* soothe and tone up disordered kidneys so effectively that these vital organs speedily return to then normal I unction of clearing use sMISl of impurities V De Witt Pills have been relieving rheumatic sufferers in many parts of the world •nth great success. This fine medicine may be |ust what you need. Go to your chemist and obtain a uppiyol l> Witt's Pills right been displayed by all classes of Ujrbadi.ins towards theee people Another sinking feature eoinanaaa on was the low cost of tra a* compared with the I ; %  I Dig. %  %  \F .1 it i roan (u you can gathev pensive It ts b To y.i\< in late • prces. a whisky and soda acas cost $1.75, Barbed" and shoe shine 90 cents. A'hen WO lefl bare • km x thai are wara not going on a pleasure cimse. Wi W I n.id lAon to make U which will be dec la re< the plans made sre Hi Trinidad. As a matter oi ( an the reloped nicai and niaaj glow almost to ihe full Wit;i the mai b lhat Indiwtrj wa have to and work ior those who haw baofl Hot gyi The tourltt IndUStT] i -i %  rnptoya an gvai %  | H pea try visitor. This has nothing to do • their puKhaM M I Ucraftl and general shopping In the attain hopping centres which can be ver> considerable. I was told while in Caracas that the Cubans who visited Miami i I v. %  ipant ui stai thagt .10.n0O.IKt0 American dOUl %  > live in the most wealthy place of all the South Amer countries, spend far more lhat. Wilh the present state of t tlon. I regret to say that 1 .. see any new capita] attracted Into the hotel Indus! UnlOsg in inducement CSnitValO to lhat offered by the governments nf Trinidad and Jamaica be gl by the local government WO talk of advertising in large way for tourist* to come tin Pan 7 RICE COMES FROM R.G. Arriving f,.i Harlados among on Wettne rM bags of rice from British Qulai charroal, 8-ft. and 12-ft poata, wallnba poles, paling of sawn greeni also Inducted in this vessel's cargo. rnan si Lucia, aha schooner t'niied Pilgrim S." brought supptles of treih fruit including %  i'i, i and charcoal while the • hiMiner 'Morie Stc'la" brought pieces of 'fur use ut Seawell along with 100 tons of coal In bulk These a hoota wt re malm ieiil. in The L'an.i-iiaM' vestei lav to dlacharaa then eargoes. QUICK HKALTH BHAKPASTf '* Doil2cupsof waier Add ss!r. When (L boiling, sdd 1 cup >f Quaker OBIS If Cook it, stirring, fjr 2Vi r.inu:es. "tw Thai's .11OUR GUAft ANTIC De Witt's Pd)s are manufactured under strictly hygienic .onditions and the ingredi'nU conform to ngjid standards of pun;y. DE WITT'S PILLS fo> Slor, O. I'rescott. J. Eoide, N Brathwalta, R. Grimth. C. Johnson, E. Clark, s Lord, C w rell, G. Retd. R. Yearwood. W W.inell. t; Wi-h h. C. Crawf-ml, F Maiding. J. St. Clali Kvehn. G Foide. C. Best. C. Wilson, C Si Clair Als. V. Ward. 11 Small. Tliis butch consisted nf skilled and unskilled labourers, carpenters, masons and mechanics The Odd Rasuser left port the for Trinidad £2 For Neghgeoce 11 m .-. iruj |ha motor lorn M.1605 wlthoul duo oara and attention on Watarford Road on Apni ; tivme Uoyd ol Coslymon costs to be paid in 14 days or In .tef.iull one month IroprisoanMnl by HH Worship Mi B. Griffllh. yesterday. Hospital Staff P; lha oataala On Uir liiaraaap nl IIH stag of Irir Ori>ei'l HsS| < bk place In Ina I Tuad>T Hun V C 'Jala was rational. *• ki>i>i, lhat lha nunilirv of pallanl' v/ap Inrraaalna >aarit and thai iht Moliritl Mart was KatfplnS saca *hJ Mr Mala aald was that 1h ..iv.U.I .!„ %  > -at haaping para -Hh Dutch Ship Brought 4 Passengers lot It passsmgers got off here the ituuh passen*tr Inu-i Will.ni.'.a.! while OS) n* maiden trip lo Plymouth. Kngland. Il..v wata II A. V Furde from C V Richard and V. Winnefre.! ffOOg La Guaira ano R E Stoute from Port-of-Spam The WlHematad"' spent a fe 1 N and sailed on foi I'l.Mn.'iHh and Amsterdam. Thre.sscnger. booked here, took this %  rixruinilv. while on lioard the /esael were 104 intransits The "Wlllernstad" Is under %  miTi'iid of Captain 2okman and rarriei. a crew of 83 men NOW FRESH I'I ItlW l'l(.IO\ (HOW gel your supply froaa H. JASON JONES & CO.. LTD.—Agents. V.V.V.\W.V.V.VaV Sugar Going To Canada THE 4.483-ton .Sheaf Meed eallhara laalai tlaj to load 2.600 M"iireal and -J" putiehioiu 2 barrels and 30 .artons of molasses for Port I i %  This ship will be louding for four days it Is scheduled lo sail foi Canada on Bunday mghi Hi.Sheul Mead Ianother ot %  % '-i UT...Tetiinnal* 1 ii.iwhich HadeIn-lueen the West Indies and Canada, 49-YVar-Old Drowned LYLE GALL a 48-yeu Miirtmdales Road %  bathing at Browne's Beach. Bie Slreet. on Wedies.i..Maj 11 was drowned about II' (Ki pJO A post mortem cxaminatloi %  .iv 11-id.ime.i hi i'i A s cat me day and on inquev kg i ivhtU tlxed foi lOfhl Speeding Costs AS MARTIN RICHARDS of liulu try Road, Bush Hull was lined l .1 oata to be paid In H days n. in default undergo one month imprisonment b> Hh worship Mi il ( % %  ilTith yesterday tor spevdin. Sfhllo drivini the motor <,n M-ttitu on CooatRuUon Road on April 27 Ttw* police said the car w ., travelling %  %  %  Fell From 11 (.•-<•: Injured Shoulder VINCENT HAHEWOOU. a 22year-old plumber of I'admorc V'lUaao, st Philip, was Injured on tu?. shoulder yesterday morning atiei Liiiimt fron a hotce ftsOng Easy Hall Hoad. St. Joseph. The htuMis tinproperty of Ezra llarcwood of Philips Village. St Juvi ph It is understood that the full -..-. i .UM il iit'..i the h..i.e w:is •. by a noise in a held t > Q ufffy FOODS Widen Road The Highways and i an iriossrdni the Ivj itoad. Thi is par! of lha rausa ol the b uaai of the M> LottTl Hill "Bus Company unit previously when trsflic mel along this road, one of the [ vehicles would usually have l pass. lb MACKKKBL ! Huts, tittle Chip Marmalade Tins l.-isMe Koll.,1 Oftf. .. Swiftrorkham %  ., Mam I... i Vral Devilled Hams But*. Macciinuchie'-. Tomufo Ketchup HARRISON'S BROAD ST. IN VIEW OF THE UNCERTAINTY OF THE GAS SUPPLY MAY WE REMIND YOL' THAI WE HAVE A COMPLETE RANGE OF FALK OIL STOVES including FLOOR MODELS-2, 3 & A BURNERS TABLE WITH 2 BURNERS YOUR INSPECTION OF THESE HIGHLY EFFICIENT AND VERY POPULAR COOKERS IS CORDIALLY INVITED HIJMBEK CYCLES HAVE ARRIVED BOOK VOI II OHUEH VOW! TELEPHONE 2364 ALL CYCLES WILL BE READY FOR DELIVERY WITHIN A FEW DAYS III .111*1 III II IIS HARRISONS FOR HIJMBERS DRINK & ENJOY that the other ; INCE & Co.. Ltd. I; DIM 1116 ICXiUCK ST. COOLING & REFRESHING 23c TIN A dazzling smih A Pepsodeiit smile! Such brilliant white teeth . It's I num. ei.IuMvc to Pep^-lcm, which removes dangerous film and lassajfcttl) ma tceih — rnakes them )iiier, your *mi!e brighter. DcBtal ggissssaloMamBoriiofaa^eahn I i learning agcr.t than I.ium,so >hangc to I'epMHlcni t nUy,andi ti Usnenccinibewl hai I ^th. Etc. IKK suutis craw Of wlnl-'. grey anil blue. Each hurt sleeves, shades SI.7I TXBBY CLOTH %  of Patterns to make your Selection from POLKA DOT BOW TIES In navy blue Each 81.01



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PACE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY. MAY 26. 1950 HENRY i^JKfWl %  > 6 BY CARL ANDERSON I M-'VHJ %  >~-s : J^ CZILZJ h Q.MICKEY MOUSE a T*. >.*. WS VVS9E i^vftOa-CAIST N WATCHBDI rr"" • BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG THE LONE RANGER l&LRUE? .' ? i i V'lO i BY FRANK STRIKER (OEiP. 1 ) I HJBl Of LUMEN WiPEtF [^ r -^' THAI 0OC STUB'S i-. ." • NO .Z.StW'S. B. i K. O. CANNON A W fcB'JE'!TURE-Vm<1 WHISK;) DM *W£:%;• ^J ViC *" !" y iAy sr** T' _v N -*\ V CU -UP GMlS "I -• a BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MGMANU' iv OCAO TO tea MX PH N9 *--' MAPPY TOO*VDPOv WV •MCXA.OM'T I rr-s KSABLV roic i TME ACTE.7VJOONANO ITS BEEN A VERV PLEA&AMT cwv-*jcy A FIGHT G fiV-iN A iT-fi HASP TO BELIV—CO BCTTBR PistM I MMSLP-MAvBE M NOT KVE' VES-THr& -, MP6 JQ66I *C t-D L*ti *OU TO COME CO-)* OvEB -1 jjffT •.'ALTS UP MV MJ*JO' *6L.L-i'M GOING TO STA*T ] T*KIH0 MV 6*JCJWG USViQML. AGAfrJ -I -AJ6T DMOMTD TO*" *? (.ADGNZA TO J CCMSOVSH" I I NtfW iT I | ... WHETHER YOU ARE A SMALL USER YOU DESIRE THE BEST TEA SO USE RED ROSE TEA! IT IS GOOD TEA. Proud of all -hate BO B-mr. .aa> mk HARPIC WILL | "COUNTING SHOT HELP YOU TO SLEEP? If •Ircpl'MitMB it canard by bwif ovcRirrd, iwrvoua. run-down m winirl — it takca more than ••counting ihwp" M hrlp you alrrp. Though you loss and turn, hour aft.r h..ur, you can't "wWV' yourwlf to at W Many rtn1 lhat taking a tonic rfuWy It bvnrncinl anil hrtpa ifccm ft mot* nily nt niht. And Dr. Char'. Nrv Food is hen iih ilniuwrni*' Fur thr Vitamin Hi, iron aiiO other nawdt'd mineral! it contain* arc •otniair ju.t what your -\-tvio utcka And Dr. Chaar'a Nrtve Food don ao much to build ju up —by inarnaina. apprtitr and improving dif< ation. So il worry. any, • mn-down condition or thr atrrauoua pacr of modrrn living ii upariting your ncrvca *o y-ou can't rrlax andraat —tr\taking Dr. Chaar'a Nervat r -.1 w %  -Ink. Tbrnamr"Or.tf Chaac" ia your aaaiuance. 11 t-*-'-a9"t4aVX — RIP KIRBY f"X'M fllV.M' BREAKS TO NOaKCII TOu'BB SO N' TO JAI_ .'. TH | AAORAY It" -rOU OON'T TALK. NOW| BY ALEX RAYMGiY. [I'LL "IX VOUR MlNVOH VVUSI '*>OJ | COPS WANNA CiNO TVa| Mia T>j'aa LOOXIN' t0 MOTCOOT iT TO THI A 'gC*T.iriSLqj( THE PHANTOM LEE FALK RAY MOORES THCPIWltolS FUUOUSA TTHE\ pt&micncN OEAL T rows IFICOUit'ONiy FflCNPS. [ %  0-S0MEIUIN6* IM HELPLESS NOW ALL THE JUNGLE WIlLKAl ?E NOME CANaAHDAOMNC: Will COME TO SEE TMEAPEIPCl UNISH 5UTHEY HAVE THE PHANTOM -ME .5 : ;S-ALI irufo*us.. SOME • THF APE IDOL WILL BULE j-. 5iv Housrhuhl %  lrqnii


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FRIDAY. MAY I. H5I) IIARR 1DOS ADVOCATE PACE SEVEN CLASSIFIED ADS. PI Bill >OTI(TS i TBI IMH -;.\ LOVKLL AI.VIN C LOVELX tl—lin lormm, of Beefelee Bo*a m U.er—10I. ImlMd on IBlh May. IMS B O. hpn AMI roe M540 In IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of ae*) arm Huatend AI jmiT nri i H -ir*f> on M*rv Bt'K !M On* ye-., ha. u—,1 When IK* on* w* lmer) •>•-. ealleThi.io. e-aa %  lOVtai II.* ehnck aevere We did not *v*n know lhat .if. n But Jeeue knee, what a/a* heel And tank daar uni %  111. Inn. la M Bv-r Bal*.r,.v* . and *evm oilier chiWIi i n iu:vr r*OUSe> BEACH HOUBK—Dowar. fully funnel Ma Jane and Julv Dial 17S. lira C < i^faiun or *MT. kj %  M junto rt (V"i"in'i Rued. I %  "or paMicuiai. %  11,. >• lk> ".(iu„ heldlne .f, .lilt, i.r.i >*eii r\t M\M.t l-la Mail.. l Leer TAKX .VOTlCt that I lb* owner of 'it* abov* Pianlallon am about to obtain Mam ol CltO urtd-r >he prm-lakoni of ir>e aboro Art eatatreri the ga*jg I" I* -0 "** ol "*• Aartruttural veer IBM No man** h*been borrowed umirr IB* Agrievtitura] Alda Art. IBs*, or lb* above. Art laa lb* pae* ma* %  *> in Bay tt.eet am in. running water or.i *' %  •"* *Pt>l> MlSln emernOered br Ado>i I FLAT I ..i* tor %  Ml %  mudem M**el Iroan ( Wheel, linen and M S %  In loving maannt-i of our dear htiaband and father GBOHOC AUBBtV CHAW TORD. who tall aal**p on M*> ISlh !** %  Jeeue liton brat he railed lb* o"e w* kaveel lo real And rould not aave To yejti who have a h jab and Chenar. him with ro.r For you never know value Until VOM ear Ma want rhalr our h*arta From lh*a w* would never, have • to par*. %  •*rtlr. OMI aaj llt-A-nir-TFJJV On In* iY.hr Coa.l | lor lha month* of June and July PullrurnMard Apply Mr* A D Herbert Cordova, Chrlit Churrr. rh..l SSte M 9 90 4n r heaven halh (bin U !" W* will meet never to part agpun ( P.\.' kj he remembered bv Hut" Cm lord i"1hl Baroaford. M.irtln. Auatii' Brtir.*. Aub*>. P*tar. Paul laonai. J. m.-^iiMrr* Tmt\y Bar* I nw-l h*r In law %  Hlpr famil* and Draua Bladra >frirnda' M r> so i. In lovini mamory of our da*r mothar BBPnv-A m.AVOUBV who dapartad lhi. lif* on MHh M*y. 1M On* tvahav* |aau> dnc* lhat aad day. h*n lh* o.* wr lov-rd VH HaM away Tb* to+ow au auddan th* ahwk aa^-ar. W* mil* knrw lha d*th WM> iirar. Pul J*ni. kt>*w lual whul abM !-' And look daar motbar horn* to rort Ivor to br latnambrtrd bv W S %  ja.111111 Mr* aiadv. Vniing. Bamli*! DaAid mrm J5 In |n toa rta fcl !" mnrv of mv amr mnttaw rOKA%UN'U I.ASH1XV. v.lo IHI -lr*P )ll J-th IH r I-T with th* IM,I. A"uant So Irt It b* And all th* grlaf tl l*i thla aupport oach fainting hmar\ Thou I-ord our aaj-ctuaay art Bv*r lo b* r*m*mb*r*>l '>v h*r damMiG-rtn-ina. Laathtry. Sarah H-yn 5','^"'; Mill SALE IMP it n*w an M 3 Mt-ln CAR— Aurtln BMP In prrfrvt runnuul order Apply: A. W Teenpro I'hone 8140 O 5 M— I n. CAR—On* (II Fluid Drlv* Dodg* •-lLiippni with ratdio and n*w tyira Car In parfart coatdiUon Good aa a*w <*pply: D. Ifarvy Rpad. Co Canadian H-nk of Caupaita. IIIMtn. FURNITURE FUR74ITURK Knllra ronlant jiilioliitxd 4 room Flat. A mar radar furnltur* Rvrrvthmfi .,*w Pbone 4H0 ft POULTRY laylrjf %  riiontka < I %  -.' %  ; IMU'l. lit Jim* %  % %  kllrhan. WC balh Ak* VIVIIJ^it HI lawitniy Cap. Ch rh r.,.nin. diawlna and >!inlntt moi.. thrr* TIVRltTON %  Fflralhclvdr Ihr** i B*drooma rent MOW par month f.< -i July For particular* apply Maw* Carrliunon Sraly. Lt Mraat HMO II IMItlll SALES • HfTIOf* ll> ,. .triirlHmi „f lb* pany I will Mil at Ihr rmiHTESV (5ABAC.F. WHITE HARK on FHIpAV Jfith at 1 p m I Opal fl*da C^r .„.. aaad to Oral Tarn.. Caah. H AnCHEH KEN/II M5-|n -i..I at OAK nmariT AI.BH ti UtAL BANK AT. lU Crranar. haiaiaf flp'rialtt Lira %  IA VIEW PlaalaUaa. HI. La., TAKE NOTICE that I. th* o.tar ai '"T •*•" "ImtaUor. an about to obtain "' "••" • %  %  %  unafcar th* pn LUOU%  >< ih* abota Act ajpUnM th* aatd r:.-U-i or, l" "ST" "' *"* A ** cull,ir "' **** *> Mo ntonay naa barn borrow ad undaa ih* AaTiruliural Alda Art. IM. or thJ %  aha-vai Act <*a thai oaa* may t]n laapacl of auch yaatr Daird ihi. rain <"v of May ItAa. A SIMMONb. Owriar M 90 m NOTICE <> cat** Balai %  ". I., i I Mw each >*ar*. rd ...llar. A but. htldwifrry %  afaatJ dollar. .. Man i. ka ,.,,. iha> work Ai i |..i ad !. %  w i ctiiiniKa. SI Phllili NOTICE i ,.•>. i..-..i I. Executive Ci i ih* uptii ai Tlir panic I liv t • It Bp.ld* Ih* E>* Ward. A ona %  toray building in i,. H. built of wall, wood aV %  akann*. and ....••JO.I wilh galvanlic Hi N.t ii a two .lorry Otilldtng jl bj" 1 built f atone and limber, and r.ivrr—l with aalvaniir and mlnil* ami t..n...T. of living room, toilet and bath, kitchen '*• The la.I I* a on* atoie> buHdlrig afl by IT built of Block Stone and cowed with lalyanlie. and waled. Thla build ing can b* of tremendoua help In Ihr building of a n*w bungalow. All Ih* above must b* removed within four rtig th* Saint J-nua. Karbh Loan Act. IMg 14I> 31 lot the purpne* of auUiortaliuj the a.n Veatr* lo erect and equip Ih* propoaad Diapanaary mantmnad in th* vnd A. %  on land* of th* mid Vaatrv nor Ih.. Irweiuninouae caUed "Folk*>tone" i ih* pariah of Saunt Jam*, tnatead of in •h* yard of the Almehoua* of lb* aald ptrlah aa mentioned In tha tuUd Art. and to ntenteal Ihe tun* for conunencntg Ihr rrpayiitaait. over a period of 1 '*aau-a. of the eum or aum* to h* bar rowed under lha aald Act. from 1IHV la mi. fatted tha EM day of May 1W YTARWOOO ABOYCR REAL ESTATE us so I'lOEO.NS Several paira. Black an1 Red Canteatiy Pigeon. Apply P. D Maynard. n oilei. St Jamea. oi Dial EMU i Mt-ln LIVESTOCK TllltEE COWS—On* graded Ouerraan M pi. par da>'. Ill graded Gciery < pt> per diay il> graded Oe>r**>haavy In ralf. all Ihroa young cow. Apply I-i.lhbert Kogera, Rica, St Philip 3d i SO—go PUPB-SW if) Bull and Terrier Appb Culhberl Rngara, Rlrea. SI. pt,Mlp M 9 War. MECHANICAL MISCELUNEOUS A SCALE BRAM iTookry) 9-lona In perfect working order, apply Eger Dial IM* y %  **ANTiqUXB— of rrary d*acri P iv>n Olaaa. China, old Jawala. fine SUVer •I'fiMlgun Early booka, Mapa. Autorrapha. etc al Oorruigae Antique Shop. .. toca lM UM mr-t and TRUCK TVREB—Wa carat Ihea* world renowned Engltah Henley Tyrea U lhat delete tha n*c*n>lly of ualng gn overaife at a con.iderably higher price gnd we Invite you to drop In and +t* them, learn more about tyrea and tave mon*v. John F Hutaon Lid. Rhepi .-,,1 SIT..' MB.M-ln. ENCUJSM POTATOES-Suitable fo planlinfji. 90 lb boKe* at r. p r lb I1.H-.1.I p....-'A Cu I '.1 11 li Street Hi 5 40 3n FOOD YEAST-Rlrh concentrated vita mln food contain. BI Price 74c. lb Obtainable from all Grocer, and Drag Store. SI 9 M 3 %  MANTU8 Juil rrreavrd r-ieiii 300 c P a Mu a ia aii Rn> Stm-t. Ik-tdgnt u ar n 1 MEW It>TTERS-Dinah Shor*. Frank Sanalra. Ring and all tha raat C m-d gel, but quick A r.AHNF-i A, CO LTD M S ft* I For your record player luding Ruby arid Bnpphlre ait naadlaa lo play eat OKALVA — Anti-cold and Inftueru loblata. One vet glvea proterllnn from lotd* and influaauta for tour month* On ml* al Kmghfa Drug Store*. 23 150 3i PENS HA I I ((INTER PENS m .•"coloure Price II each each DRIVE WEATHER 3.9(W.3n Tha undrralgned wilt eat up for male it |.i.l.llc competition at our Office No 1* High Street. Bridgetown, „„ Friday the i-.il. day of May 1*90. at t p.m. The dealrahle freehold dwelling houa* called -COLLEEN" iltuata at FMi Olflce (iap. Worthing Tha dwelling houae comprlaea Verandah on 3 aide-, drnwlng 4 dining looma 3 Bedroome. Kitchen. Toll*! and Balh mding on I ni aquara faat of land, lapecilon every day except Sunday r lha Vealry %  %  NOTICE between the hour appllrj R B Par md a p lara and rotidlHom of i.ilr apply ( COTTLE. CATFORD ft CO l I -%  tr> WORTHIVf] VIM. r III-TH .i rmi.i ( p Modern fully fumUhra. .1 I bathing Urge living room dlmiig mom. Iwo bedroom* to which an i-nir.. bedroom can be added If deal red Tiled bathroom with tub balh and .hnwei not .nd cold water i and built In linen upboard. tiled kitchen with built In %  tone cupboard and new Phllco combined lefrtgaraaor and deep freeaa. Urge 1th hnoda. Mavl French doom, larg* loirf gar.tge and -erv.nl. quartan With mlel and ahowar. lha houaa la taatefully • %  riiiahed. tha bade hav* both deep deep 11..I Ikinloplllo mallraaaee. ahlnglad roof -iluhed pl'e floor*, lha garden contaliu g-BButwru. tropical flowering Uinih. and n. amall orchard with dm*, pawpaw, mango, tamarind, breadfruit, and plum liar., wirem a ah encloaad lock up .rget.ible gardart and tool ahrd. colaaaed %  irivfw.m and (*rdan palha. will be .old if ,n.idied If daaarrd. Attractive prte* I'hone owner KH8 bet ween 10 am md • i> in MS 90 an We will .el up for Sale at public ton" r Office No IT High Street, day aa Bridgetown i Friday I I 30 i i Mth day | AIL THAT two atorled Wall Building %  tending on half >',> Agfa of land at FlagalafT Road. CUpham ir Building comprlaea:On Ihe Ground Floor:— Shop and Bakery. On Ih* Aral floor—3 bedroom., Drawing A Ing Room*, and ona large unflniehcd Gallery Impact ion any day on application lo Mr. Joaeph St Hill, on the premlaea For further partlculara and Condition. of Sale, apply to the underalgnad : — COTTLE. CATFORD ft CO I'EHSO.XAI. The public ar* hereby warned aalna( giving iradll lo my wife ISA MVLIJr. nea.Spoonar). aa I da not hold myeelf laaponalbla for bar or anyone alee contracting any dabt or dabl* In my name ..ii lea* by a written order algnad by rpr Signed LI-OYD MUIJJN HoUtaraal. St John NOTICE ROLLED 1ATS "Cl!ma*~ th* baat produced in Holland Excellent nourlahmant for th* whole family Obtainable al all grocer. M4.9f>--4n. TYRES-Trurk and Car tyraa In the fallowing ataai m i a. ii %  i, n i i 7fa> a SB. 3D 9. alao arveral car tyraa Enqulr* AITO TYRE COMPANY. Trafalgar Street Phone MM YACHT. •Shamrock" Length 11ft ln*. Beam -,n In A 1 Condition. Apply Rai|*i Hunia co M a nn l a gr ft Co. Lid ElacUlcal D*pt Dial—43a* JO 9 JO T F M. YACKT-Mall.rd deatg.. fT Beam V S Recr.il I v ov t ..intad. apply Hugh W* Ba i.i.ir %  i WILLIAM ARNOLD JOHNSON deeea.ed alMi known aa WILLIAM JOHNSON NOTICE I. hereby given thai all par on. having any debt or claim again. it affecting the Estate of William Amok oh ne o n d*c** *d. al known a* Williaa oh neon, late of Baa ten Road, In Ih •Ity of Brldget..wn in thla It land, who aih day of N. %  -. i: ITRiaiY GIVEN that It i. th r intention of tha under ug n n| MAJiiK AITIint REVNOU) pYjarrET) [,, r i.AI HURT LYNCH. ILAI.IIl ARNOLD I'HARD. CLAUDS DUDIXY lrjlMrtrTY JtMIN EUSTACE TrlfSrHXaRX BHAMOtBR, PIERRE CHAR1JX SAMUS. MAFFKI. DR WILIJAM FRANCB KEKJt. Un.TB.NA.ST F1JX).S HAIJYHJR GRANT. II V. II II r II T AIJJn'NE DOWDINO. CIIAJUJte STRAGHN MCICEMZ1E. CYRIL BRUCE nitOOKS, and THEOPilILUS 1AW HAHRIR mambera of and coiuditulliu Vtm Board of Uaa Barbadoa Amateur Holing AaaocUUon, to erne lo be in t..-luaad into lha Houa* of Aoemblv if thla laland a Bill declaring thrm to l>e on* Body corporate and politic by Ih* name of THE RAIUIAIHas IUi\IN(. HOARD OP COMHOL with perpetual auceaealon and a Common Seal AHTHlm REYMOtjy Ktrf*iT.II LOUIS ALBEHT LYNCH. I Al J-ll ARNOIJy BEARO. CLAUDE DUD1J5Y KAMaEV. JOHN EUSTACE THBODOHE HHANtKrjl 1'iFJtKE CHARUEH SAMUFJL MAIIT:I. WIIJ-IAM nuncia KEHH. F.IJON BAIJFOUR ORAKT. IIKKIIEHT AUXYNE DOWTHNU. CHARLES STRAOHN M.KIN/II CYRIl. BRUCE BROOKS. llll>PIULUN IA* HAIOtUVENEZUELANS TURNED BACK • Ifaan I'AIC 5 lafrfaj U lha) holel mduslr> cftfl 0Ol> ient on MM) rooms for ntaWtataQCt, Aii.v nccaP•ary espanwon cn only con .• %  bout wllh Uic liolcb Indualiv hill %  re-lity. The benoni to ba u--uv-.| don luunam k evi.tetit to all classaal There ar* s tww LRxiplc who tiunk Baal 11 arOUMl M-IHI up the cost 0% UVnafJ of local rstdfiui aimoat imrnedlately I have never held Oast rlrw, Tinprii.' .ii f fc 'K> ha.' risen (rom one pasua* ;u ten cnU Mdl without an> iniliix oi ionn-b As Is well-known, ntllej .ill H out lotnl Ii Imporiaxi, what objection could there be lo importing; u little more to feed vuitoi > if^aaaaV ing their dollars here, and at Ibe BBBMI -inif cniploviiiK at a hlfb luel. rggtaaj pMagtil aTnO are now employed. SonielhinK Musi Be Ilone It la shortsighted for any sec* lion of the community to want lo dttrfaad on lunar for on: 1 .'\is:.'iu ,• |f these people are aatiaM\l with the present htuiidard of living their argument may be CODUdered sound. For those of u> on tin thi-r hand who want lo see btltar iiiiMlltions rome about in 1 .1 ...Imiv vi.Micthiii,: must be dune .md if a IK not to be tourism Uaffeo let there be some olhor secondary industry. I would l.ke someone to tell mo what othsr industry would be more profitable, more lucrative and more advantageous than iu Hotel Industry Wlnli' in Venezuela I had inad>* iriquiries about the possibility of emigrating workers from hen to that country, but I am afraid the prospects annot encouraging. There is the possibility, however, that should thev develop laitLf sugar industry which I ufj they ore very anximig to do, our workers mlsht be favourabW considered for a certain amount of rontrnct labour similar to that they enjoyed in the United States lietwoeii the years I94IV and IM". I can assure you that if Datl opportunity materialises no less an amount of dollars will ba e-it,.l bv Rarhndlan workers In thai country. / WVMIII HELP KNfilJSIfVAS Ateouaitaivl 10 year. • parlance Far Eoal jtaar* Trtnidad Eaarutive Puallian fee*. .... n1.1 .ri.,1,1 C 0 Advocata. aa i in JOI H.XAI.ISM IHE ADVOCATE naa two raaaaMafN in it* Editorial Department On* la far a bright young man leaving School not term and analoua to maka louanaliam a career. Tha other !• for a highly educated man ol u m.i... ling intelligence aim ability to write Kngllah. Th* ularlaa offered In both ciwea are aa at "active aa tan ba obtained In BAHil.\IM>b today So far letter, of application have been nimppoiotlng and tha Editor 1. .till looking lor Ih* light man for in* Iwo Joba Write giving full delaila to tha Editor. Tha Advocate M Broad St iM 1-11 or ST. it 11 11 WANTED 1IE TNE FOUB LAW (.1 ARUI4.NS A SUPERINTENDENT 'femolel for the Almihouar Salary STSO0 per n...nlh and tguarlar*. Application* will kg received by tha underalgnad up to 10 a an. on Jl.t May ifaw A BlrU. cartiflcale and Sfvdlcal CrrClark lo Poor Law Gual rou Ft MPLEXION an ornamem of beauty! and v. hen your face is disfigured by pustules, red spots, a rugged skin, perspiration, etc. then h is time to try ihe delightful PUROL POWDER, havmg such effective healing properties by its special compound. Ladies, appreciating a fair complexion, ought always to have a tin of Purol Powder ready on her dressingtable <.OVIK\>a>\T MMMIS APPI.li AI'liAS an IIIWI. .1 f : lha peal 1 f MKCIIANIC on lhe> rent l.tu.'ieh at lkiminu J Apjln .mts must have a tint class Ifjfj of marine dleael engines. Knowledge of high tfi wire***. Is an additional qualification which will i.>mm.uwi a higher salary. Salary according lo qualifications up to $100 monthly 2. Applications should be addrea-ed to Ihe Director of Works. Dominica, and a n oM M reaeh him not later than the Slat May. IBM. l-J'l:MIJ.a.lr GOVERNMENT MM II C Attention Is drawn lo the Control of Prices (Defence) (Amendment) Order, 1950. No. 20 which will be published In the Official Gazette of Thursday, 25th May, 1050. 2. Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling price of "Flour" are as follows:-— HETAH. PRICK (not more than) ARTICLE FLOUR: — "E" Grade Bakers Flour '"G" Grade Shop or Countci 25th May, 1950. WHOLESALE PRICE (not moie tli. HI) $7.12 per colton bag of 100 lbs. $6.64 per colton bag of 100 lbs. 8e |>er lb. 7|c. per lb. CHANCERY SALE rv*. ""£ >**n*n*i-B*d properly will It* ..1 up f, Oflka. Public Buudbiaw, Sbrldg-tv-n. between nooo — " "-dale apecifle,! baabw If not then a-accenllng Friday at Baa I pmicukera on application HUOH OWTN ST ClAIR CL'MHEJtBAU II %  1. al Ih* MegiaKatioa %  id I p m for Ih* aum -will ba> erl up n wi. place and during tli* aam* hour. unUI aold flel THE LABOUR WELPARB FUND (H0U8IN0 L0AN8) REGULATIONS. I960 The Governor-in-Executive Committee in exercise of Ihe powers "in i' Of tha ftllfl huiii-tr> I IfehablliU'"">. Wl Ra*b A. r.ii.-i Act, 1!M7. I1.-1 % %  lha aaUoti b*fj rsasVl 1. Thesa> t.-cuhnmus ma ,,. Fund lions, it)50. 2. In these regulations, unless the routes! otherwise requires — -arleui:iii. t | llboSaTsa.' means any worker employed upon any operations in CQaaaaalCrsB with ihe production preparation of thai products of agrlculural land. iiulu>liy lain it; .1 %  means a sugar factorv worker and Bjq ntner WOriblV ilireelly rmplnyed in the sugar industry. 3. Hi Th. 1. shall bd tatrtlafslad .1 fund to be called The Labour WaasaWi H in Lfan Kimtl (kafjnaaaaaaal "•'< aTsaJ to aa the Fund) into whuh ahall >•• %  Bf 1 .11 n -. ihetetn h> the tkftmtMM In Bkai utlva Caaninl 1 rr.au u„Lt^wui Weii.ue Kund tm the purpose of ilMsa Ba iatai (2) The Caovt '• % %  shall appoint a Manager of the Fund and puctt iher staff as may be required. (3) All .xpemliture HI in red in connection with the administration of the Fund shall be d-frayed out of the said Fund (41 An account Of Uafj %  nan.lal transactions of the Fund shall 1 ired in raapocl %  the 1 lod to Ual rtlsi ..I March. 1951, and thercnftei m ri VOCt ol awtn yi U to the 31st March, for transmission to the Auditor llcner.il for certification and report. 4. (1) The liovCrnni-iii-lxemhw loitumUee in.i.v. sulije.t to ihe proviaions of these regulations, advance money by way of loan out of the Fund to am ac.rvulliit.il L.Umiei or sugar industry labourer for pBVCtMsfnfl 01 00a furtn-iin. or i-itrryiiig out alterations, additions or repairs to a house. (2) Applications for 11 > -in shall lie made In wiling addresaetl to (he Manager, and shall BfJlsdn full particulars of the house to be purchased, constructed, nl 1 red. .ulded to or repaired, and of the land on whieh MI.II luiuse ii of %  hall be situate, the names and addresses of all I-TMIIIluviiij; any lien or cncuniUrance against sucn land upon yylii.li 'fie I,.. i 11.ill IHsituate, and the amount house or against any intetest i huh the applicant may have in the land upon whieh the house la nr shall be situate, and the amount of the loan required and the -naiiner in which such loan is lo be applied and such other partieu ars as may be required by the Manager. The applications shall 1 e in such form as the Manager shall from time tu fin* pffaa e riba. (3) The Cl"i -II: F.\c, niive Committee shall consider I.KII .iiphcalion and if he Is of the opinion that a loan may be made. he shall, subject lo regulation I lieieof, lix the amount of such loan jnd the terma and conditions upon which it -hall be made. 5. (1) Notwithstanding Lite provisions of regulation 4 of these regulations the QOrailafll In TlaTMtlTI Committee may authorise the Manager of the Fund lo CJWTd %  ill Of any of the powers and duties conferred upon him by that regulation, subject, however, to sucli directions as the Govcrnor-in. Kxecutive Committee may from time in lime prescribe. (2) The Manager shall conform with any directions which may be given to him by the QOTBTE* I -m Kxecutive Committee. (3) The Manager shall furnish a monthly report to the Governor-iii-F.xe.utive Ciimmitlee. showing the names and number of applicants for I and number of persons lo whom loans have been made, the amount of each loan, Ihe purpose for which the loan IB mode ond th* 'aim.' .md coiiiiilioius u|Nin whclh Ihe loan Is made. 6. Ai ;is aforesaid shall be subject to the following eoiuht in;. %  %  ) the ti>.ni ts 11*. "t interest for the Ural twelve %  Uaaatal aM iini.aiier ahall bear inWrvsl ai IK tM ..1010111. 1 in UMUl %  nail ue rajpNTAhta >XJ equal iiioiilluy, quarieriy, • nai; >i-.ulj in l.oiiienis ol capital and 111..uiing .1 petted not exceeding Is years or such slum 1 ptrJOd as ine l.ovei 1101 -ni-Execuil.e UOCBlnl OaW 1 mint Ii 11.,. UOti Bg* IUV< < iiinmitiev s.i iiquire, tne %  1.1 srltn U inu-i.'i tiiercon shall ba NOITfafl bj a BUaTaaM* Ol the Intfafl Ua 'lortgngnr in Uie land, %  rat] M mane b) uutaJrjaWb irutn lanai t" Unu the liuililini;'. ..Itii.iiioii in repairs ol lh< house pingress, so, howt ver, that the total of the loan Oaa any time DarfON the .oiupletion ot IM UUM exile pi. 1 tut ..: Ual value 01 tin WOfat '.one to thai time on-Ihe construction, or wiuK.s ininuiiial the construction ot ihe house, includunt UM I Inltml. 11 anf, of tiie rnotifpsgor Ih UM land on which it is situate, (d) .1 loan Bball not M m-tle ektepl taUf ;i vahi-'M. • by a pafaOB duly authorised by tlie Goveinoi -in-Ext li\t Commitbw; lei the loan atMll not, 111 Hicase of a loan for the purchase, niii'trucUon. alteration 04 ..'Miti".. exceed a 1.440, 111 the case t,l a aDi.li for Hie lepali thereof. !• levs 11.111 $48 or more than WHO; I'lovlde,, IhCl I loan hlll.li nut ex. ted siMniy-live per cent, of the value of the Intt lest of the mortgagor in Uie propei ly. loan is made under these regulations to an agrlculKtur or a sugar Industry workei, he uliall execute a chattel DuUding moilgace of the property In res|>ect of Ia4l*0fa llM itaUl made or obtained, if the Manager so rei|iiin I The MinifraT. hi agents or servants or any person authorise! by him in writing may at all leusonable times enter and inspect tl.cproperty in re-.|iect of winch . loan has bean made under these regulations. Any D> ill. m any application for a loan undo lihese rcgulati'in*, make a false %  tateuient OB make UJ "which he does not baarCTt to < In-t, shall be guilty nf IB ofa-Mf rrialnst these regulations. 10. Any person who shall sell or otherwite dis|. % %  of. .m property or any intin-l I i. | .1 %  %  : S BONAIRE Jane IM r MI aaoN SON a co. im aaraa* CIABsrSE EULNUTtlN HINDS and HUB DOTTIN i-horom' land aatuale at lha Uaadei. ahd of Barbadoa 'made Mi iwalva perohea and thirtar I"! "* adnaaaaaaraaaawii „, %  ALT. THAT certain parse m In the parl*h of St Jamaa Of Iwo portion* caailainli^ d bound Tt dwoUing houaa iharaon and all otraer b-uidina> "*H fra**old or (hulaali an She parcel ! land araartad an bulll atandlna and belli*; with all and ever} th* appurfenn.e, inaasBj rHxx ciasoeo DATE OF SALE Mth Maj ill o r.m'tw I Of Ih* > (b) (0) tural Lgtl Made l.y Ihe GdrtntfAOl u-KxecuUvc Coi leventh day of April. 1850. nlttee this twentySHIPPING NOTICES ad to lha underaignrd Daliy | Here Boad. Bridgel an AND all paraoi arson of whoaa debt I lien have had notice I aaBHBSB] M %  %  fl I lo aalUa their a d. '.w without delay. Date* thla Sth day ol May. lM> DAISY SEA TON. Quallfted EaecMtrl. of th* will of Will !AM ARNOLD JiHINSON decpaea B.MI known aa WIUAM JOHNSON Important Notice TO OUR OAS CONSUMERS IKE '. MI if M OAH BI-prtY HAS BEEN PROMISED FOR ANOTHER \w Ih UNTIL THE Till MAI pending necotiatloiu which It i. hoped will have a aurceaaful laaur. Paradisr Brarh t lub Ltd. $ NOTICF. TO MEMBKKS ^ in accordance will, n M v n, end will -. e t CargB and Faawervgeci Ma M St. Vlnrrnl, Oronad*. Artdaa. arnv.ng a.l..rda*r Balling T.i^day B W I SCSeOOMER OWN'F.BSABBKICIAT10N r*laphone No aSffl Canadian \alional Steamsliips inlTSBOLND flalra Salla Haaireal MaUfaa AHY M>DrlXY . llth May IStn M*r CAN niliSJJi lath Mar S>na| Mar UADY NIXaXIN 11 M*ff i"f Jun* CAN CClNHrKVCTOn I '.,.. I.' June UADY RODNEY Sath Jin. ard July I^DY NTJSOS ttnd July th Jiitr t-ADV H.M1NEY Urd Aug *tth Aug ITU. afar NOBTRBOIND IADY BODNEY IADV NtUON 1-ADY BODNEY I.A1IV NV.I-MIS 1-ADY BODNEY Arrtaea s.ili B'daa II.. %  h Jun* if th June FTIh June MRh Jung nth July Mth July llth Ai.g SBth. Aug istb a*p. Hat Baa. BlM ah Mar and June lth Juaaa 14th June %  SUi Juljr lath July FTth JU> SUi Aug. % %  a Aea.. "a Aug. irrlaaa Arfl.ea leeaae. Mallfaa IMh June Hit June Sth J ..ly IDth Jul* 7th Aug. ath Aug BHh Aug. Slat Aug. sUi Sap let Oct. stth Mar lad June IMh Jun* W Jung IMh July %  th Aua, Tth Sep. Mth Jun* 13th July Uth Aug. M aaa, aui oct By Command. E. L. WALCOTT. Clerk, Executive Committee 26 5.90In €AKt SALS TO-DAY 41 0 W, llulchinaan A Co. IN AID OK A VEHY OBSERVING CAUSE sed v 5 on Saturday 3rd June. 1950. from 9.00 p.m. Ry order of the Committee. 5 A. G PILE. ;• %  try X V I* //.'AV,V/,'/,VyV.VV-VA. MMI vRETBEAT" iuB SIX MKN'S HAY GEORGIAN TYPE HOME WITH OVEII II ACHES — r:i..-.oo JOHN M. BLADON A 1 S F.V A HEAI. ESTATE AGENT — AUCTIONEER — SURVEYOR rtwM 10.0 Planldllons' HuiklinE GARDINER AUSTIN & CO.. LTD. Agent.. a-IE. aaUL, I Kt >S til AMIOl IE FRENCH UHi S ; "SHHK S*^!"* >o Trinidad on Ih,. Mlh Mav. 1850 FlasT € I.ASS rASSAGIS ONLY >I9M aa -aAaoooNv sauim to iin .1... tirit.|U* |Bd Guadalouuc ..I loulh und 1^. Havre vl. the Nl June. 1950. r further particular!, apply lo :— ft M JONES & CO.. LTD.-Agents. Our Von |Miap Service it al your Di.poul tl.IKi: I SI OF IT I III I E.NTRAI. FMPIIRII M ll Knuiutry Ltd — rVOwMon) t'.r.iei of llruud Si Tudor Stn.' J' •" i ia*.^o l ^Jiir.in r^ u ^^gg-.o-. WmSAMCB mil n ns 1 and '.' GALLON -l/l ALSO — MAIZE AMI CORN MILLS — AND ICE HIIAVEM CALL ANII SELECT YOURS AT ONCE &, Cr T. UEKBEKT Ltd. 10 it 11 Roeburk Street. It m n-p. .rated 1926 OA *-*-*-rtf'-*-'-'-'-'-'-'>'-'-'• :*.'.: '.' -. STYLISH LADIES' and CHILDRENS' SHOES IVilh Low IVrdlr. In While Nuburk and 111 .. 1. Suede ALL NI7.EH IN STOC^K. I ISIIION CREATIONS IN REAIIYMAIIE PRESSES ni.OISES SKIRTS. SLACKS. Hill HE I11ATH. TENNIS SHORTS. BEACH WEAR. ETC imiiiiiii v imrss SII or. Mr. CONTRACTOR or III 11.1 UK LETT UB St I I'l.Y Yoim lt(W>FING. KVF.RITK SIIKKTS — All Sim frnrn I II. to II II \\V. OKFKK Mill YOliK BtDINQ COMTOBT TIIE ALL STKKI. IIKITISII RIIII.T "IHU'PKH" I'YCI.K a varlelt nl ,, K | n Block In. ludlnf : %  .idle.'. Genu. Sport*, wllh or wllhoul 3 Speed Gent." Road.len, Tricycle., ate. KUI.I. BANOB OF SPARKS AND CYCI.K ACCKSSORIES liicludliiir Sparc, .md HUh Preuure TYRES and It lll.s lur Ii %  • in.: t yclea. law II Mm \itos i oi \inn l.ul. While I'ark Road. SI. Michael. : I53H .. llial : 4121 BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY CORPORATION LTD. CROWN A CROWNING ACHIEVEMENT RV HKISKISf. THE NEW CROWN GINGER AEE



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Fridn.. >1 a r JU. IMS*. U fltoiwate Prirr; HVK IE XT* l-ur 35 WE WANT MORE SUGAR It V* Sugar Broker* Forecast World Market Price for WJ. Sugar < % %  0n ( inifii I i ii LO:.LX>N. w... A forec*at th..t WMI Irukaisugar surplus to the £40,004) trmallowed by the United Kingdom offer will eamly be absorbed i.\ this country or Canada at world market value Is made this morning in the monthly bulletin of Messrs E D. and P. Man, siuai Im ffii %  They aute that to-day thu figure would be consider* h L. higher than 30.6 and bearing in mind preferential duties the world price would have to fall to 3 30 rent* per pound before Cuban or o her nun-preferential augurs cuhi compete with the West Indian sugar The average price received bj Cuba for her sugar over the last eleven years works unt at 3 cent* V T pound bin. continues Ihc bul-i V Un the coat of labour and matcpjls has % %  !' considerably Increased thit it is extremely doubtful w helher Cuba would now produce a crop of reasonable size on the 3 20c. baala. Probably some reacfjustment is n -cdori in our ideas as to what on be considered a cheap price .-.mmensurate with the coat of l> oduction It may well be that instead of fueling pessimistic the West Indies would be justified in looking forward to the future with confl'iXonsense' Says The Colonial Office %  rraa Oar 0-> f.riH>'H LONDON. May 24. The Colonial Office this morning described gi "nonsense" recent reports that the British Government has Informed Caribbean (tovcrnmenti that they must depend onlv on foreign shipping lines for passenger service between Britain and the British West Indies "We have given no such Instruction" on official said. It is pointed out in shipping circles here, that in fact. In the next few months the increasing number of passengers from the Caribbean will be carried by French lines, it will be recalled that the French Una recently announced that the S.S. Colon, hie would shortly Join 8.8. Oaweomr on the West Indies run. U.K. Journalists Want Conduct Code LONDON. May 25 The British National Union of Journalists today announced the creation of nn Ethics Committee to enforce a Journalistic code of conduct. It will advise members on their rights to refuse to undertake assignments which might lower ihe prestige of the profession. The announcement said the appointment of the committee followed increasing charges In Parliament and elsewhere of distortion In the press.—Renter "Colonies Could Supply It 99 U.K. Housewives Tell Westminster Today As Gomes Opens Sugar llaltte l I I Ollr I I.IMII.II t "I l i-|"imll III | LONDON. May 25 '|' HE FIRST BALL in tile battle of sugar between Britain and tbe West Indies will be bowled tomorrow morning at the Colonial Oilier by the Hon'ble Albert Gomes He and his delegates will present the British West Indies memorandum to Mr. Maurice Webb, Food Minister, and Mr. John Dugdale, Minister of State for the Colonies. OuUuU' a. *v\\ ... in.uk' lh Colonial Ofllcf tunhm ih. liromno. to 1* lirr-nt Mllvttj Tin' Ililll.-h KouMBdVM Lflfuthuve urtanKixl f,.i half raambtn with i.l.unrd. bent Inn W WUA More Su|r' nnd "With your Help th,Bull n Colonus could supply u" 10 pniU.S. ATOM WORKERS GO OlS STRIKE OAK KIDCIE. Teiirntssec, May 25. A yianl atomic plant ctmt.li uuliun project here wai .' ul down completely today bv an unofficial strike. The strike which members of the Labourers and Hodcarriers Union of the American Federation of Labour started without warn Large Nations Should Not Interfere SAYS TITO New Chemical THAT vlth the •!, WEEKLY lawnmnwer may soon be something of Ihe paa. An American rubber company claims to hnve dcirelcaiad ;, chamlcal .^.n.-.i Imicllc hjrdr.bltlc. whjea Kills woods niul retards the growth of grass f„i M\ weeks or more without Injuring,!. Only six mowings all the summer will be necosaury ,r the claim, arc proved. US Moves Against Perverts INDIA HAS A WEST INDIAN POLICY (From Our Own Correspondent) uX^t^ n L M G f^S&JSZA -he" Trinidadians Not Surprised PORT-OF-SPA1N, May Jo. Trlnidadians were not surprised to learn that Capt. E. Tartan 1 able lo bring I1.W.LA. plan."Antigua" to a successful landinst at Homestead Airfield Florida alter losing one of the engines which dropped out on its flight from Jamaica to Miami on Tuesday Farfan had a brilliant record from the R.A.F. in world war II. lie also won the D.S.O. Farfan is considered one of the best pilot* in ihe il.W.I.A service. E. B. M. Brown a member of the registration board who was. in Nassau, is to proceed to. carry out investigation*. There wore three passengers on board Carib Talks Open KINGSTON. Jamaica, May 25 The conference by me Mad? ** the Aaricultural Department* of the British Caribbean colon*** opened to-day under the chaflav manship of G, S Clay. Agricultural Adviser to the Secretary 0 State for the colonies. The conference hewn by diacussing the technical aspect* I the agricultural problems in th'? West Indies and the uniform..y of approach toward! the solution of these problems The colonie.LAKE SUCCESS, May 25. Without making specific refer! .n K yesterday spread today to all other craft. WoStofon Y'uOTSvi.^i.f^tod.T^h.! the project, the! Atomic Energy Commission raported the" large „2! 7%, 'SS'.orfd "Tne project is completely ihtli should not interfere Vlth the indown," an AEC spokesman smd lernal affairs of the small nation* We have not been informed b> He laid this down aa ana of the union or any Ixxiy els,what I the three ennditions neceaaan fur the walkout is all (.bout* 1 the casing of international tan. Yesterday a stoppage occurred I sion, and for a poMthJe h:i-., ,,f on two new plants bein K built I bndaratanding among th ROTH f..r increased proriurlici, ,.f rti.The two other condition^ were stMi.itbi,. ui-mu'n 2.15—the atomi, that more encouragement thimfd alLV^TSSr. i 1 ** B Vf '" "lonlnl |M>oples who Bom B.OOOvorkai an ITectM wars iiBtitin f„ r iheir |nd*penhv m*walkpui p lr kci line' dene.-, and the ending of econowere st,ibhshePr onnl '"^ isencies was unanimously approvI '.t by Ihe United Stales Senate; Sxpaodlturai Commute* Uxtaj b - __ move to tighten security. The PfPUrod WotiT ommltter vote.i to provide! % •*/ 5.25.000 for the inquiry, ijuick 7V. •'-./ •Ki:... /"* %  Senate approval is expected ** l>f>0* // till 'JJj Washington police officials have leatifled that there ore about 3,75(1 Itomosexuals on Cjovernment payrolls in the capital. Perverts are > : officially rajed aa bail mini. rlakf on the ground they are an of easy mark for blackmailers and Aaaoclation pntawttail prev (or ('ominunisi eek tha'. % %  ins.piriitijirs Republican Senatoi Joseph Mt Carthy h.is chartted 'li.it the Stnle Department is infested with tjoth Conununlsth ami iM-rverts The Department h— icniwt it n was oAh ...n> db %  loseci slime weeks nun that 9! exuiil p. i n dismlas•f from the Dpi Mi Carta&y. lop-ranking Ifcpnblicaii rnambar f the Kxncndiiu < (iiiiiintlee. hi not lake i of the emu itebe Ii. BIG 3 WARN ISRAEL, ARABS „ I'AHIS. Mav 2.V UKlIAlN. fiance and the United State lo-dav W.HIIKI Israel and Ihc Arab states thai if ihev hnd anv of thesi prepannc to violate frontieis or at mis'ticc lines ihe three raunti ea will take action "both within and without the ii imawork of the United Nations'. —' In a joint declaration on auiu. Iio %  piihlisheri bv the French SPORTS WINDOW i'.:: NMta. rv,.. %  JI.O UIM....I Wi V M lwSr Hi Mtr HH ...H..II Hal ,. P C Par* OH. trSSStBa) .1| plav C*M> aiva Winlenta .1 < .tF oliilr Cat". ..1 %  IK, %  ., .. .. V Tunitdit ..t I i v M p 1 will pUy Cairltuii tn ., r.r.l wi M F„-lMI. %  ,t • H C OB "i ai.in,,,, M P C %  ~ .. .-, ., One Weal lndiun In Bruaaeln Talks R G. Matthewk. the Coloured WprkcriiruTurmcd Sinanan th.. I Butler returned to LofUSofl the Country and wished to arranxe a meeting n yet when they will meet i>tit it .s likely to be next week. Sinanan is araJUrksj t<. know the time rfiul puK fnm V Both Butler and S been invited to all.-. at a scries of pea %  tin ea in London Ix-inw %  p o ns j or od bv Ihc ( Worfcei ,\ .,General political ami ... -,.,l S obicms relating tn ihe I et Indies will be discussed at these meetings Plans for the creation cf a West Indies Parliamentary group ,MI, be advnneed | step further on Thursday ial R bt l a dlnnei in tlit* House of Commooj The host will be Grenada horn Dr Hyacinth Morgai. who rasa invited seveial Labour .MPs and SlnanHn to dl-cus* the rr,, tier There hat been a sequel aliu to a recent talk liotwit-n India's High Commissioner. Ki Menon and Hinailan. He has consented to mcel West Indian leaders here including the auger delegatinn and explain M Mw India's policy on the ".Inn. with t articular reference to the West ndiea. Mennr. Ma* inv % %  Un v. Indians to a reception on Friday afternoon at It-ctt-. H NEW DELHI. May 25 A young Englishman. t.ltt BKL'SSI.l.s M., :>:, '. lie nrst meetini of the Execuiiv • Committee of Ihc International Confederation of Free Trade Un ons tinea ihe Congress held In Court here today that he jjj^l^^^^f^gfff^ Ar E entlne Amlwasudor at Eu Opt, two f.i)in l.atai America. ' %  ,' '^ %  •^* '"iK-havioui /.,. (.on. North Amerin MM "MMM.cly inaultmg lo my frnm 'he West ladle. %  n, particular and the public As and the Middle Ea>t and one (ro -i Africa Highlight of the ARRESTED PRAGUE. May 25 The Czechoslovak autl today arrested Dr I. k8, nn employee .Embassy in Prayue A C'/echOsIorepre*nted were Jamaica. Trimvak note Jet^ered at I dad. Barbados. St. Lucia. Gren.-1 b,,,,^. MW ^ p mk .„ .. da. fit. Vincent BriUsb H..nduru. i .rrested for activities agatn-t the Aniijn.i. and British Guiana MrJa^urHy of thr Oa1o Dr mnkas K. Frampton Agricultural |, a naturalised British subject — i> ationdea The Kn^lisbinaii. John Keiinelb Edwards, is charged with -snauiting the Ambassador "without any LlddrM i,r grave provocaUoit Klwards .~.nd that when In akt.i the Ambassador DOCUM Otcai LO behave hUUMtT hi %  U .i %  laugh! win, h %  r>unded is ran In* verge m.m.med h. WOJ llf ,,„„,,., -j U|r( Ul( . Cf ha InveatjgafjMri ,,, ,., Htt hlm t ,„ m nJll hc Wou|fl IBM Ivt i.Minl pioM-minma diaw,n up loi Ihe two day ineelin i< expect cd to be a discussion on the prnb%  Ruhl Heater. %  reign DnVi to-daW, ihe th.„ Governinenls -aid thai rei|uesls would l>e rnn-iidered m ihe light <>l Ihoae countries' need loi main: laming a certain level of armed I forces foi internal security and ; their own legitimate defence and thai of the whole region. Middle Kant countries already : :< Mm,, arms from Britain, France and America had given an under%  taking thai they do not intend any | aggression nn any other -tale. r.i-Hav declaration followed 'l>. recenl l^ndon talks between the big three western Foreign Minislei. With rufeience to preseivuig the uresenl frontiers and armistice 1 lines the text of the Declaration Ihe throw governmants, if they become aware 'hat any of I these states it preparing to violate : tha frontien oi the Unas of armis>. will not fail, in eonformlty with then obligation* at members of the United Nations, to act both within ami without the framework %  I ihe United Nations in order to i i irani i* h .< violation" "The tbiee government" declare i • nnhave received from all Hi' slut<>. tit present hencnting of .ii ma. the atii" .' th.,i the purchasing state do.* not •intend t., undertakeany ait of aiuieSHion with regard lo another state. Similar a-aurancc at HU nthei state in thu rggdefl Ul *hieb the deapatcb i ,.M.I ill bt u.lb.iri.-.-H in the i in* .tui,. F.B.I. Hunt Soviet Spy WAaWINOTON Mas 2S Agents of the Federal Bureau I %  aNggged ea ana the i ,,aiatve ipy-hunls in • i .i kaatesj hiann*, wentoday oenl N inn Ihe.r efforts in Ihc If) inM H was rertiHl h. .)• Fliia has been prornpbd B| Ihe urn-si %  *, Tuesday night I Hans (,..|.l i-hila.lelpbiii biohemlst. The FBI .is n-poried i.. • com entraUrti U % %  ii i .m ii i i Bovli' %  ipioi age agent, aleniined bj them enlj M John 1 ^ wn- believed to be the key goMtwean lo iransmltUni I itomk -.e.reiv mand on to bin by llany Oold 10 .tiuMa>ii.>l arrests n Ihe Anglo-Ainviican atomic spy weie peed I t la d here as .rtitl-ls .tiseloaed die trail from p'li.hs lo OeM led FBI alien'hrniigb .. kmg, paliiklaklng que^t ii which |,M0 |K>r:i>ns who mlfhi haye been III skaH M.iita.t wir Mnt,-h s.ieiitrt wen -he. Ke I Kventunlly. the hunt n.1,.,*,., 'in', II t" .i small %  roup ul < li.-nii.-i in Ihe New YoiK-l'hiladelphi i %  hnulls t<> COUI'M arres. S"llle olti. I..U made il le,,| II;,. Ihi Fui ha case wan by no mear closeo with the arrest n* Ool Heulrt. VS. Will Help Vietnam SAIGON, May 2h Ihe United Slate, lol.i „. %  Xnporoi duo Dm. head of Vietnam state t.-i., l t llJ( | Amenca woubi establish a ipeelal ea Mission to Vietnam, laios. ami Cambodia to help them men labiln. The United State. Leguimn || Dalai informed hlm lhal the isaion would work with Ihe GovmenU of the States and Ihe French High Commi-tsioner in g Ofdlnated programme oil economic aid designed to assist th ade up and down the utreet. If necessarv ihey will be r"iieved by othei members so that the parade ran loiillnuc all da> Yesterday Ihe ftntish West Indies rielegiites were lea BMMi ol I.on. Llstowel at 'be nOtaM l.nr.ls where the\ met Lord Tweedsinuir and Mr. Creech Jones Qn Saturday girtnffijmepU have been made for ihe delegaiion u% %  e the Derba betnf run British Ship Sunk: 7 Killed BONO KNli. May •: %  Captain L. C Church of the 1,175 Inn Brili-. 1 m.-n hantm.ni Ebonol radioed the, Navy from Swatow today thai his ship had lers eClke crew —lesiurr. shfp'cHhM u| ihe P~ m RESIGNS POST BERLIN, \u .i Prof Paul r Koeh, LeeCure' III Medicine .it the Sovioi Secb.i llumlxild t'niverdty. (gglaj w ihi %  "'^liS! f, ,V ,n h *L B 'twi life and stability and pursue the! peaceful democrat.; developmenl Marmst high school an.l i; i.not be regarded as n univiiit. any more.' he tub! teuui'.-i-. Renter. the U.N. DAY WASIllNr.lt IN, Ma President Truman (oda% .alien |H,II !|„. Ann i it in i--i.(>li lo uli in L'l-InIi .^ i "trti i'ie ni MI On Fage 'i 'ions I.i\ (.. %  i. to aecurniK .iiiiiiiii,. 11 peace" In .. prnelamation he ~tilil the need for an lnti-i.' i organisailoi. tn Inturc a icver been more irfgetr Ki-uter j No Benefits from Devaluation ONE COURSE OPEN TO U.K. (From Our Own Correapondent) LONDON. May 24 Ml Junes Dubulaaon. Chaiiman, sp e aking at the Annual Meettni '.f the West India Committee in London this morning 'Ithe effect devaluation bad hud on the West Indian riespiie their "handsome conn towards bridging the the colonies were todav deprived of Ihe bencf'is or devaluation on the gale of IbtU cxi*>rt* and had U* pay great I v ini trices on the import' %  In thew circumstances" said Mr Dubuisson "it seem unred.blc that Great Britain should have nlled to take the one (ourat ->f Mr II atw were .-oncerned with the Wtl'fare of her dependent t-rrlterlet undertaking given NationChai U | g> I"-' as her United suggest "At least she could ha expected to agree I yeare. to buy (sugar) %  show I nit '<• bare imrn ea KM whole of one commodity which i | Irei from this area and who rt mi U) Its InHtlkUanl Mi lioijoisaon tab warm welcome to tbe W< sugar delegates and wished them every success in their endeavour'. He added %  cenbri afraid the> ,.iyearold lister's marriage Mr Gbali and the Princess bad 1 .. civil wedding here last month i ved in separate suites at at, hotel here Fathia r/kh the (jueen Mother' Na/li A Ilauter'a report from Lr-bon says that the Egyptian Princes* | Paika and her bridegroom of seven I weeks. Fuhd Siidek. an nfflcial of' ihe ERyptlan Consulate in Ian Francisco, arrive.) here today from New York on the way lo Cairo. The couple will travel by way ol Madrid and Home Princes* i t iter of Princes* Fathia. whose marriage has displeased Farouk. said "We are returning home after four year; abienre That Ii all I can *ay "—It enter



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PACK TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY. MAY 2e, USA Cahib gaUuig Six Months in Trinidad V-|1SS FET CAMPBELL who I* 1*1 from Devonshire wu an inIrsnsU pducnier on the 'Willem-lad yesterday eriroule lo England She has been In Trtnida-l lot about ui month* (laying wit.i lit-tt. Rdpseys faimily; Betty la I Irrquent visitor to Barbados. Th* only person he knew herate told Cjnb. w Miss Pat E*an. M m.l in Trinidad during 'nival Return VUit M R. AND MRS. HARRY COCKRtLL, and thr.r duignta* Brenda returned to Antigua yesterday by BW.I.A-, after (pending five weeks' holiday with their frlenda the Peterklns und the Edwards. They were In Barbados in IMS when they (pent six months and this is a return visit. Their friends Mr. and Mr. Templelon were at Seawell to see hem off. PICTURED HERE arc a croup of the guests who attended the parly taH 1 MJJ qP c'OTEAU ol on board the Royal Netherlands Steamship "WIUaMtad" on the JV1 (; occasion of her first visit to Barbados since she r-<-omtitioned T HERE *..%  party on board the Uoyul Netherlands StcamgMp WilU-iiislud" yesterday afternoon -to mark the occasion of this %  alp's lirst visit to Barbados since it Was re-named and rc-condiHoned. Tho"Willemstad'' was formerly the S S. "Socrates'". Almost the entire family A BOUT twenty-two members of the Goddard family were at the Empire Theatre on Wednesday night to see the llrst newsreel flints of* Ihe West Indies cricket team led by skipper John Goddard in action in England. Returning in November L EAVING by the "Wlllemstad" yealerday en route to England for a holiday were Mr. and .Mi %  Tom 1'utau, who will be returning M", Granny's Store. St. George's -named and Grenada and Miss Annie Ciyne, of St. David's. Granada are now winding up their three weeks' %  flat, rir n'i i holiday here aa gucaU al "Crystal With LtUll Oil In Waters". Worthing. Venezuela 1""* ,old Carib on Tuesday .,* UM i v! RVIM tnul ,nc y nad rnade so many '.u ,*. r, ^??5I fr,Mldj %  * *"• avln BU0h %  J T[". h ln " wonderful time that they were i? 2?F c '"J" r ? umln $ ""ding it hard to leave. Venezuela on Sunday after spendC--_„ J V...t ing a short holiday at the Ocean _„ **W"1 *'"" View Hotel Mr Ryan is from If 11 % %  Mrs JOHN A. STILES IVrmvviv.mia and his wife from IT of Caracas, Venezuela are Wisconsin; this is their first visit now hack In Barbados for their to the island. They arrived on second visit. Thay arrived about Wednesday by II W I A %  w * • and will be staying on until June 4 as guests at the Lots of Rain Worthing Guest House. M R. FRED GANDERT who Mr ina Mr Stiles wn •"'"' apent the past three and a £ July-August last year when half weeks holidaying in Grenada I !" I nt i montn ho*dD\ returned on Wednesday from 7**^"}? ** ,h ^ "* %  %  vrr > Grenada bv II W.I.A. In Gren*-llghtfu| stay then and were ada. he told Carlb that they have '^"Vo !" !.!?. n '""' been having lots or rain, and one Now Skirts Get Longer Again • by POPPY RICHARD hardest rainfall that they had for "Colonible." in November May Settle Here M R,.AND MRS Q VANKECK who • arTtved yesterday by th "Willemstad-. will be in Barbados, for five or *ix suying at the Windsor Hotel any years. Cousins SIMMONS and his %  — young daughter returned to months. Sl U|C|a ^ u/cdn^day by M\ Mr Vanneck. now retired, formerly Chief Engineer of UaS Telephone Co.. in Caracas The; have been lo Barbados before, and like it so much, they are building a house near the Golf Club and'm'y settle here when it is finished They were met on board the %  WillenisUd' by Mr. Jack Egan. Among their luggage was a b-iof golf clubs so no doubt they will be playing quite often at the Rockley Golf Club. Married in Canada M ISS Til ELM A SKINNER. Who has been living in Canada for the past two yean was married In Toronto on May 13th to Mr Dann Kivffei of Jamaica For the time l>cuu. the MWl) weds plan to set tip there With Trinidad Hockey Team \f'*S VEHA GRAHAM-SMITH A"# and her young son Geoffrey arrived from Grenada on Wednesday morning by B.W.I.A. and iire staying at the St. Lawrence %  Mai She will be here for about two and a half weeks before returning to her home in Trinidad. U.ii-u.i.l Her husband. who is with t*M W "" Mr. Stiles Is Assistant Canadi; Trade Commissioner stationed (n Caracas. CROSSWORD B.W.I.A. He was jhe SI. Lucia delegate for the Labour Officer In St Lucia. Mr Simmons Is a cousin of Mrs. Simmons Howell of "Martindale" Hastings. On Third Visit M R. AND MRS GERALD BURKE who live about U miles outside of Pnrt-of-Spum where Mr. Burke it the Cane Farmer Superintendent at Orange Grove Sugar Estate, arrived Wednesday morning by B.W.I.A to spend three weeks' holiday staying ,d Sea View Guest House. This is their third visit to it;,! badas On Honeymoon M il AND MRS. NOEL GRANADO who arrived on Wednesday morning by BW.I.A from Vcne/ucla to spend their honeymoon in Barbados are staying at the Hotel Hoyal, and will be here for about a week. Mr. Granado is a student in Venezuela, studying Economics In India and Persia M R. AND MRS. JACK' HAZKLi.KTTE and small daughter from Caracas are In Mr. Bazelgelte has been Adviser of the Shell r '1 • ii 1 %  i 4 y 9 1 J 1 PARIS. Longer skirts and huge hut: made Ihe fashion news at Long-%  tump race meeting. Women Ignored the prt-vulllr.it trend, with sjclrts longer than I hose shown in the leading dressmaking houses, usually '.ouchinjj ihe calf, Hats-instead of slanting forward at the "fashionable" angle are still worn on the back of the head, framing the face. The whole effect, gave a mu,h more feminine and belter balanced silhouette than the "official" one. Women seemed disinclined to trust the mid-August temperature Two out of three Visitors wore J very trim suit tightly waisU'd. Next favourite model was a smart black frock. The bUck and white combination led; there was plenty of Bjfessj and white and some navy. Knurtnous black straw hats, felt or velvet cartwheels or sauiv little white shapes are almost a uniform in Paris at the momeii' < lOasn ...xiels switched back off UM fiic %  win, ihe brim silhouetted In .> flower pattern, or were faced wiiti OSalM in a chair-seat design. K<'.VMOUS were simplicity and <ite> the gravel. Smarten! woman In the paddock wore a simple bottle-green shantung frock and a matching box ..( k*-t with a big black velvet ha^ Killing off the face. World Copyright Reserved — (L.E.S.) Where Your f Money Goes BOOKS AND Marls! By Joan Hope B IG mystery may be cleared up by Bosworth MONCaL He has written How The Civil Service R 4 U will come from Phoenix House. The aim of the book u to budge %  he gulf beiwasm the taxpayer and all public services. Mr. Monck is an engineer. That's quite a gulf you've picked Mi Monck. Next mystery. Who is Don BETTER IDG*. author of Spies Left? None other than the king of al. cloak-and-dagger men — the inimitable Bernard NEWMAN. Sir you may now uncloak. Dan BILLANi' would probubly have developed into one ol the finest of our younger TIOVCIists. His story, The Trap. Is being published without revision —by Faber It was written ii> an ftaMasj prisoner-of-war camp Btllany was mortally wounded In an encounter with an informer. Exciting subject for an exciting author. Graham GKF.F.N> is working on a biography ol R L. Stovenson. —L i: s. MONKV FOR OLD PIMMS NEW YORK Baal summer jobs in the New York area have just liecn given to 12 pretty models AH they have lo do for all expenses paid and a small salary is to sit around the nightclubs ordering British-made hot wenther drink Pirn ma. GAIETY (The GAden) ST. JAMES WABNB Ai-rn.N IHULU* lunn CAOHBI — Humpkrrr IMKi**T In "OKLAHOMA KID" Wllh Kr*cnmry LANE — Donald CRISP MONDAV l Tl tSDAV .M .nv. M.U^r Mond> 5 pi. WARNERS TOP MUSICAL' \AVY BLl'ES" Witt Ann SHEMDAN — Jtk 1AKSON VOI VIII I I.I CINEMA |M.mb.t. Only) MATINEES: TODAY TOMORROW >l 5 m. lOVK.IIT TO MONDAY NIOUT al *. ROBERT N EH TON In "NKillT BOAT TO DL'BLLN w.lh RAYMOND LOVELL — GUY MIDDLETON and introducing MURIEL PAVLOW Dirrctcd by LAWRENCE HUNTINOTON An Aasociatod BriUth Picture PLAZA CAPTAIN €HINJ*X A MUTINOUS CREW... | A RAGING TYPHOON... A DANGEROUS WOMAN... -heis"* 39 **!,/ Rrpcrt and Miranda — 3 Trinidad Hockey learn in BrRish 0n "W ' ()l1 Coiiipames In VeneGulana is expected to Join her twla '"' lh '' P"* 1 ,2 y aTt *"' here at Ihe end of the week ov *' r ,B vei " Jack "g*. Tr. Vial* Tk-Jn.t..Wt.* haa sorved ln ,hc Pol'^al Service lo Viit I heir Daughter )n ndli utld latcr in p^. ttll an(1 |LfK.._and MRS RAYMOND is President of the British Associu%  *•* hgACH who left Barbados tten in Caracas recently,-to visit their daughter Mr. and Mrs. Bazelgctlc have Mi>. Margaret Scandella in Trinltwo sons and one daughter. Their dad will be returning at the end home in England is at Corle of the month. Mrs. Scandella Mullen. Winborne Doset. They and her three children may be have found the West Indies most returning with them. Mr Scaninteresting and they hope ultimdello however will not be able to atcly to settle in these Islands L*,,""'' viiu •* make the trip. They are staying at "Cacrabank' Muiu urrapsiiM) -A la JiiM %  mn-jp ol IS m< VII tsT'oir o 30 urion I ami rouairs <• %  ••..'. Mi wl 1W1IC11 %  H4t ftaian %  J r':,'.r, ?.„ !. • %  •1 11 ISMS ft. BpK T* UM tt UcUkvl p* _. .. rm %  Ka-Ii 1 (Inn |pf I in. 9 IlolW 11. UWU( BY THE WAY By Beachcomber npHE gentleman who has comav plained that nightingales are Interfering with his enjoyment of radio is certainly in tune with "the best contemporary thought.'' Scientists will soon be called upon to invent something that will stop bird-song, the chirping of crickets, the buzz of bees, the lowing of herd*, and all those other outworn sounds which were harmless enough in the dark ages before radio. In those lonely parts of the country where blackbirds and thrushes make it difficult to concentrate on a broadcast of engines warming-up for a motor-race. B. B .C. engineers ought to be able to do something to end .this menace. We are not living In the Middle Ages. Warntnal note f LIKE the touch of realism A which describes the new unrestricted menus ss "free meals" It will help along the illusion of equal shares for all. I wonder what plans the restaurateurs have for subsUtuting some surprise charge for all the abolished extra charges, so that the flve-shllling meal, instead of costing £2. as it used fo do. may be brought up to, say £ 5. And whst If Ihe hordes of rich Americans, for whom the change has been made, still prefer Paris? It will then be "Vienna steak" again at 9s. (-1 a gobbet instead of 5s 6d. / ginup A forlhcomino rente will include sonui u'Hllen by King I'httmlphu'i. One Is drirribed as a sensuous bravlne. (News Hem.) A linu Italian totrn. rebuilt after ils destruction in Ihe war, is being destroyed again by Hi lnnab.ia-.il. They are bring paid by a film produce, so that he can iliool scenes 0/ an American soldier irhn fold In lore tin'h on Kalian Girl (Neks Hem I f'nnufh lo rniil %  a ral laugh Y ESTERDAY I read ol a woman who asked for a divorce because her husband, on coming home at night, kissed Ihe ao* before he kissed her. Toda>. 1 read of a decree nisi granic.1 because a wife left her huslKini when, on coming home each nighl. he refused her request that h* S uld kl Ibe cat. S %  M vsrle. All that interest*, an old-fashioned reactionary like me is who was given the eustodv nl the cat. And Is a married man entitled lo leave all his moncv to a tortoise or a monkey ? CRVPTOQI'OTE—Here's how to work It: AXftiBAAII liI.ON.. ,. I. I. MM Ont letter simply stands for another In this example A Is used for the three L'I. X for the two O's. etc Single letters, apostrophJss. the length and formation of the *ords are all hints Each day the code letters are different A Cryptosrrsurn Quotation PKVDF HC IGZKABGJ NI HCGKAKZ KCCKVGKP OF GJK CDtSGI HC FHEGJ OJDA HC DBK— VN-VKZH t-ryplotjur.trNOTHINC Sf DIFFICULT AS A BEGINNING IN POESY. I .: %  %  MACS THE*-END— BYRON Give your walls and ceilings a smart new look .. offer:— MATROIL, HALLS DISTEMPER SIGMARINE FLAT WALL ENAMEL. DUSSEAL In white, nprlnsx screen, old Ivory, henry sucklr, old rone, in-.nh. blush, Erey, etc. IIOYAI. {Worthings TO-I1AY 5 A 8 30 ind ( MiiiiniiiH Republic Pictures present Till: Kill Hilt" CLEVELAND" George BRENT. Lynn BAH! and Introducing Rusty TAMBI.YN KMIMIIr TO-DAY 2.30 & 8.30 SAT to TIES 4.4S A 8.30 20th C-Fox present . June HAVER Mark STEVENS in •OU tOfJ BEAl'TlKri. DOLL" with S. Z. SakaU. Charlotte Greenwood EXTRA Newsreel showing HI. Cricketers in England. HOW TO-DAY lo SIN. 4 45 A 8.30 20th C-Fox present "DAKOTA L1L" Starring George MONTGOMERY Mark WINDSOR Rod CAMERON OI.Y>||lt TO-DAY A. TOMORROW 4 30 A 8.15 20th C.-Eox Double "DIAMOND HORSKSIIOI SUimni Belte GHABLE Dick HAYMES and "JUNGLE PATROL" with Cnsline MILLER Ross FORD 0'"** ** a ..*• C U"*" I : TVTj\TXf and Continuing Daily at 5 & 830 p.ir I GLOBE THEATRE STARTING TODAY at 5 and 8.30 p.m. COLUMBIA'S BIGGEST AIR KI'IC 'j STARS MAKE A FILM IRita HAYWORTH — Noah BEERY S Thomas MITCHELL — Richard BARTHELMES WEDDING" The Funniest Short You'll Ever See and It's TRF.ASURE NITE TOO Save Your Half Ticket TO-NITE WIN ONE OF FOUR J10.00 CASH PRI/.KS. TRICES: Ic., 30c., 40c.. S4c. ' r 'S* CHOP DIVIDEND (.OOIIS KHAKI SHIRTS 3.17 Boys 2.38 AT GREY FLANNEL TROUSERS Ready-made S.T.S3 EVANS WHITFIELDS American Border Print. 7 1 c. Flowered Art Silica Si.oo ft >ii. Khaki Drill !>!t. 1.03 1.07 1.17 ENAMELWARE : Chamber. !Hr. Platei Mugi Howl. *ir. •-'.. I.-..-. 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WE WANT MORE SUGAR
It
V*
Sugar Broker*
Forecast World
Market Price
for WJ. Sugar
< 0n ( inifii I i ii ,
lo:.lx>n. w...
A forec*at th..t Wmi Irukai-
sugar surplus to the 40,004) trm-
allowed by the United Kingdom
offer will eamly be absorbed i.\
this country or Canada at world
market value Is made this morn-
ing in the monthly bulletin of
Messrs E D. and P. Man, siuai
Im ffii
They aute that to-day thu
figure would be consider* h L.
higher than 30.6 and bearing in
mind preferential duties the world
price would have to fall to 3 30
rent* per pound before Cuban or
o her nun-preferential augurs
cuhi compete with the West In-
dian sugar
The average price received bj
Cuba for her sugar over the last
eleven years works unt at 3 cent*
V t pound bin. continues Ihc bul-i
V Un the coat of labour and matc-
pjls has !' considerably Increased
thit it is extremely doubtful
w helher Cuba would now produce
a crop of reasonable size on the
3 20c. baala.
Probably some reacfjustment is
n -cdori in our ideas as to what
on be considered a cheap price
.-.mmensurate with the coat of
l> oduction
It may well be that instead of
fueling pessimistic the West Indies
would be justified in looking for-
ward to the future with confl-
'iXonsense' Says The
Colonial Office
rraa Oar 0-> f.riH>'H
LONDON. May 24.
The Colonial Office this morn-
ing described gi "nonsense" recent
reports that the British Govern-
ment has Informed Caribbean
(tovcrnmenti that they must de-
pend onlv on foreign shipping
lines for passenger service be-
tween Britain and the British
West Indies "We have given no
such Instruction" on official said.
It is pointed out in shipping cir-
cles here, that in fact. In the next
few months the increasing num-
ber of passengers from the Carib-
bean will be carried by French
lines, it will be recalled that the
French Una recently announced
that the S.S. Colon, hie would
shortly Join 8.8. Oaweomr on
the West Indies run.
U.K. Journalists
Want Conduct Code
_ LONDON. May 25
The British National Union of
Journalists today announced the
creation of nn Ethics Committee
to enforce a Journalistic code of
conduct. It will advise members
on their rights to refuse to under-
take assignments which might
lower ihe prestige of the profes-
sion. The announcement said the
appointment of the committee fol-
lowed increasing charges In Par-
liament and elsewhere of distor-
tion In the press.Renter
"Colonies Could
Supply It
99
U.K. Housewives Tell
Westminster Today
As Gomes Opens Sugar llaltte
l I I..... Ollr I I.ImIi.II t "I l i-|"imll III |
LONDON. May 25
'|' HE FIRST BALL in tile battle of sugar between
Britain and tbe West Indies will be bowled
tomorrow morning at the Colonial Oilier by the
Hon'ble Albert Gomes He and his delegates will
present the British West Indies memorandum to
Mr. Maurice Webb, Food Minister, and Mr. John
Dugdale, Minister of State for the Colonies.
OuUuU' a. *v\\ ... in.uk' lh
Colonial Ofllcf tunhm ih.
liromno. to 1* lirr-nt Mllvttj
Tin' Ililll.-h KouMBdVM Lflfut-
huve urtanKixl f,.i half
raambtn with i.l.unrd. bent Inn
W WUA More Su|r'
nnd "With your Help th,- Bull n
Colonus could supply u" 10 pni-
U.S. ATOM WORKERS
GO OlS STRIKE
OAK KIDCIE. Teiirntssec, May 25.
A yianl atomic plant ctmt.li uuliun project here wai .' ul
down completely today bv an unofficial strike. The strike
which members of the Labourers and Hodcarriers Union of
the American Federation of Labour started without warn
Large Nations
Should Not
Interfere
SAYS TITO
New Chemical
THAT
vlth the
!,
WEEKLY
lawnmnwer may
soon be something of Ihe
paa. An American rubber
company claims to hnve dc-
irelcaiad ;, chamlcal .^.n.-.i
Imicllc hjrdr.bltlc. whjea
Kills woods niul retards the
growth of grass fi m\
weeks or more without In-
juring,!. Only six mowings
all the summer will be
necosaury ,r the claim, arc
proved.
US Moves Against
Perverts
INDIA HAS A WEST
INDIAN POLICY
(From Our Own Correspondent)
uX^t^nLM- G f^S&JSZA -he"
Trinidadians
Not Surprised
PORT-OF-SPA1N, May Jo.
Trlnidadians were not surprised
to learn that Capt. E. Tartan 1
able lo bring I1.W.LA. plan.-
"Antigua" to a successful landinst
at Homestead Airfield Florida
alter losing one of the engines
which dropped out on its flight
from Jamaica to Miami on Tues-
day
Farfan had a brilliant record
from the R.A.F. in world war II.
lie also won the D.S.O. Farfan
is considered one of the best pilot*
in ihe il.W.I.A service.
E. B. M. Brown a member of
the registration board who was.
in Nassau, is to proceed to. carry
out investigation*. There wore
three passengers on board
Carib Talks Open
KINGSTON. Jamaica, May 25
The conference by me Mad? **
the Aaricultural Department* of
the British Caribbean colon***
opened to-day under the chaflav
manship of G, S Clay. Agricul-
tural Adviser to the Secretary 0
State for the colonies.
The conference hewn by dia-
cussing the technical aspect* I
the agricultural problems in th'?
West Indies and the uniform..y
of approach toward! the solution
of these problems The colonie.-
LAKE SUCCESS, May 25.
Without making specific refer!
.nK yesterday spread today to all other craft. WoStofon Y'uOTSvi.^i.f^tod.T^h.!
the project, the! Atomic Energy Commission raported the" large 2!7%, 'SS'.orfd
"Tne project is completely ihtli should not interfere Vlth the in-
down," an AEC spokesman smd lernal affairs of the small nation*
We have not been informed b> He laid this down aa ana of
the union or any Ixxiy els,- what I the three ennditions neceaaan fur
the walkout is all (.bout*1. the casing of international tan.
Yesterday a stoppage occurred I sion, and for a poMthJe h:i-., ,,f
on two new plants beinK built I bndaratanding among th......ROTH
f..r increased proriurlici, ,.f rti.- The two other condition^ were
stMi.itbi,. ui-mu'n 2.15the atomi, that more encouragement thimfd
alLV^TSSr- i1** B'Vf" '" "lonlnl |M>oples who
Bom B.OOOvorkai an ITectM wars iiBtitin fr iheir |nd*pen-
hv m*- walkpui plrkci line- dene.-, and the ending of econo-
were st,ibhshe viirimi -ntranee- Reuter. vnrid'i indei-.lex. i,.,-,^ ,..
The Maranal'i ^tateiiinii u
1 a special trans-AtlantU-
. " interview with the
11.-- l'niu-,1 Nations Correspond-
ents' Association, which inter-
WASH1NGTON, May 24 i[?EL ^Jll 3C. *!** 1
An investigation of mug) per- KS&f" m?l\ COn,#ren^ *llh
verts In .11 Federal Government [IgSS ,'"r"1 I>Pr*onnl'"^ -
isencies was unanimously approv- I
'.t by Ihe United Stales Senate;----------------------_
Sxpaodlturai Commute* Uxtaj b - __
move to tighten security. The PfPUrod WotiT
ommltter vote.i to provide! ?*/
5.25.000 for the inquiry, ijuick 7V. '-./ Ki:... /"*
Senate approval is expected ** l>f>0* //till 'JJj
Washington police officials have
leatifled that there ore about 3,75(1
Itomosexuals on Cjovernment pay-
rolls in the capital. Perverts are
> : officially rajed aa bail mini.
rlakf on the ground they are an
of easy mark for blackmailers and
Aaaoclation pntawttail prev (or ('ominunisi
eek tha'. "ins.piriitijirs Republican Senatoi
Joseph Mt Carthy h.is chartted
'li.it the Stnle Department is in-
fested with tjoth Conununlsth ami
iM-rverts The Department h
icniwt it n was oAh ...n> db
loseci slime weeks nun that 9!
exuiil p. i n dismlas-
f from the Dpi
Mi Carta&y. lop-ranking Ifcpnbli-
caii rnambar f the Kxncndiiu
< (iiiiiintlee. hi
not lake i
of the emu ite- be Ii.
BIG 3 WARN
ISRAEL, ARABS
-
....... I'AHIS. Mav 2.V
UKlIAlN. fiance and the United State lo-dav w.hiiki
Israel and Ihc Arab states thai if ihev hnd anv of thesi
prepannc to violate frontieis or at mis'ticc lines ihe three
raunti ea will take action "both within and without the
ii imawork of the United Nations'.
' In a joint declaration on auiu.
Iio . piihlisheri bv the French
SPORTS
WINDOW
i'.::
NMta. rv,.. JI.O UIM....I Wi V M lwSr Hi Mtr Hh ...H..II Hal ,. P C ...... Par* Oh. trSSStBa)
.1| plav C*M> aiva Winlenta .1 < .tF oliilr Cat". ..- 1 IK, . ., .. .. V Tunitdit ..t I i v M p 1 will pUy Cairltuii tn ., r.r.l wiM, F-lMI. ...... ,t
H C OB "i ai.in,,,, M P C ~ .. .-, .,
One Weal lndiun
In Bruaaeln Talks
. R G. Matthewk.
the Coloured Wprkcr-
iiruTurmcd Sinanan th.- .
I Butler returned to LofUSofl
the Country and wished to ar-
ranxe a meeting n ,
yet when they will meet i>tit it .s
likely to be next week.
Sinanan is araJUrksj t<. know
the time rfiul puK fnm V
Both Butler and S
been invited to all.-.
at a scries of pea tinea in London
Ix-inw ponsjorod bv Ihc (
Worfcei ,\ .,-
General political ami ... -,.,l
Sobicms relating tn ihe I
et Indies will be discussed at
these meetings
Plans for the creation cf a West
Indies Parliamentary group ,mI,
be advnneed | step further on
Thursday ialRbt l a dlnnei in tlit*
House of Commooj The host will
be Grenada horn Dr Hyacinth
Morgai. who rasa invited seveial
Labour .MPs and SlnanHn to dl--
cus* the rr,, tier
There hat been a sequel aliu to
a recent talk liotwit-n India's
High Commissioner. Ki
Menon and Hinailan. He has con-
sented to mcel West Indian lead-
ers here including the auger
delegatinn and explain M Mw
India's policy on the ".Inn. with
tarticular reference to the West
ndiea.
Mennr. Ma* inv Un v.
Indians to a reception on Friday
afternoon at It-ctt-. H
NEW DELHI. May 25
A young Englishman. t.ltt
BKL'SSI.l.s M., :>:,
'. lie nrst meetini of the Execu-
iiv Committee of Ihc Internation-
al Confederation of Free Trade
Un ons tinea ihe Congress held In
Court here today that he jjj^l^^^^f^gfff^
ArEentlne Amlwasudor at Eu Opt, two f.i)in l.atai America.
' ......,' '^^* '"- iK-havioui /.,. (.on. North Amerin mm
"MMM.cly inaultmg lo my frnm 'he West ladle.
n, particular and the public As and the Middle Ea>t and one
(ro -i Africa Highlight of the
ARRESTED
PRAGUE. May 25
The Czechoslovak autl
today arrested Dr I.
k8, nn employee '
.Embassy in Prayue A C'/echOsIo-
repre*nted were Jamaica. Trim- vak note Jet^ered at I
dad. Barbados. St. Lucia. Gren.-1 b,,,,^. mW ^ pmk. ..
da. fit. Vincent BriUsb H..nduru. i .rrested for activities agatn-t the
Aniijn.i. and British Guiana MrJa^urHy of thr Oa1o Dr mnkas
K. Frampton Agricultural |, a naturalised British subject
i> ationdea
The Kn^lisbinaii. John Keiinelb
Edwards, is charged with -snauit-
ing the Ambassador "without any
LlddrM i,r grave provocaUoit "
Klwards .~.nd that when In akt.i
the Ambassador DOCUM Otcai
LO behave hUUMtT hi
U .i ! laugh! win, h
r>unded is ran In* verge
m.m.med h. WOJ llf ,,,,., -j U|r(, Ul(. .Cf
ha InveatjgafjMri ,,, ,.,Htt hlm t, m ,nJll hc Wou|fl
IBM Ivt i.Minl pioM-minma diaw,n up
loi Ihe two day ineelin i< expect
cd to be a discussion on the prnb-
Ruhl Heater.
reign DnVi to-daW, ihe th.
Governinenls -aid thai rei|uesls
would l>e rnn-iidered m ihe light
<>l Ihoae countries' need loi main-
: laming a certain level of armed
I forces foi internal security and
; their own legitimate defence and
thai of the whole region.
Middle Kant countries already
: :< Mm,, arms from Britain, France
and America had given an under-
taking thai they do not intend any
| aggression nn any other -tale.
r.i-Hav declaration followed
'l>. recenl l^ndon talks between
, the big three western Foreign
Minislei.
With rufeience to preseivuig the
uresenl frontiers and armistice
1 lines the text of the Declaration
Ihe throw governmants, if
they become aware 'hat any of
I these states it preparing to violate
: tha frontien oi the Unas of armis-
>. will not fail, in eonformlty
with then obligation* at members
of the United Nations, to act both
within ami without the framework
I ihe United Nations in order to
i i irani i* h .< violation"
"The tbiee government" declare
i nn- have received from all
Hi' slut<>. tit present hencnting
of .ii ma. the at-
ii" .' th.,i the purchasing state
do.* not intend t., undertake- any
ait of aiuieSHion with regard lo
another state. Similar a-aurancc
' at HU nthei state in
thu rggdefl Ul *hieb the deapatcb
i ,.m.i ill bt u.lb.iri.-.-H in the
i in* .tui,.
F.B.I. Hunt
Soviet Spy
WAaWINOTON Mas 2S
Agents of the Federal Bureau I
aNggged ea ana
the i ,,- aiatve ipy-hunls in
i .i kaatesj hiann*, wen-
today oenl n inn Ihe.r efforts in Ihc
If) inM H was re-
rtiHl h. .) Fliia has been prornp-
bd B| Ihe urn-si *, Tuesday night
I Hans (,..|.l i-hila.lelpbiii bio-
hemlst. The FBI .is n-poried i..
com entraUrti U ii i .m ii i i
Bovli' ipioi age agent, alenii-
ned bj them enlj m John1^ wn-
believed to be the key go-
Mtwean lo iransmltUni I .
itomk -.e.reiv mand on to bin
by llany Oold
10 .tiuMa>ii.>l arrests
n Ihe Anglo-Ainviican atomic spy
weie peed It lad here as
.rtitl-ls .tiseloaed die trail from
p'li.hs lo OeM led FBI alien'-
hrniigb .. kmg, paliiklaklng que^t
ii which |,M0 |K>r:i>ns who mlfhi
haye been iii skaH M.iita.t wir
Mnt,-h s.ieiitrt wen -he. Ke I
Kventunlly. the hunt n.1,.,*,.,
'in', ii t" .i small roup ul < li.-nii.-i
in Ihe New YoiK-l'hiladelphi i
' hnulls t<> CoUI'm arres.
S"llle olti. I..U made il le,,| II;,.
Ihi Fui ha case wan by no mear
closeo with the arrest n* Ool
Heulrt.
VS. Will Help
Vietnam
SAIGON, May 2h
Ihe United Slate, lol.i .
Xnporoi duo Dm. head of Vietnam
state t.-i.,l tllJ(| Amenca woubi
establish a ipeelal ea..........
Mission to Vietnam, laios. ami
Cambodia to help them men
labiln.
The United State. Leguimn ||
Dalai informed hlm lhal the
isaion would work with Ihe Gov-
menU of the States and Ihe
French High Commi-tsioner in g
Ofdlnated programme oil
economic aid designed to assist th
ade up and down the utreet.
If necessarv ihey will be r"-
iieved by othei members so that
the parade ran loiillnuc all da>
Yesterday Ihe ftntish West In-
dies rielegiites were lea BMMi ol
I.on. Llstowel at 'be nOtaM
l.nr.ls where the\ met Lord
Tweedsinuir and Mr. Creech
Jones
Qn Saturday girtnffijmepU have
been made for ihe delegaiion u-
e the Derba betnf run
British Ship
Sunk: 7 Killed
BONO KNli. May :
Captain L. C Church of the
1,175 Inn Brili-.1! m.-n hantm.ni
Ebonol radioed the, Navy from
Swatow today thai his ship had
l 01 ue.ii there "VHlie, |,v ., mine
bomb
He H|d 'hut -.even (...sseiigei .
all heli. v.,i CtlUieae, were knV m the "".Uihii but all the cr#w
........ although some sufferee
injunet, The ship's owner*
I'lfi '-iramhtp
uaiiy o Hong Kong, mi the i
OaOa.......i-iirred vMterday win"
I ! iai on ils w
SwatOH to llotm Konn li wai
only nruall) wbrlierged. the
stern heiijg .till above water
I he Co up.my gnew nothing about
pasaengera abroad the "Ebonol".
The Chinese crew totalled 42, th"
Company said, and the seven men
Killed were meml>ers eClke crew
lesiurr.
shfp'cHhM
u| ihe p~ m
RESIGNS POST
BERLIN, \u .i
Prof Paul r Koeh, LeeCure'
iii Medicine .it the Sovioi Secb.i
llumlxild t'niverdty. (gglaj w
ihi "'^liS! f,,V,n h*LB'twi
life and stability and pursue the!
peaceful democrat.; developmenl
Marmst high school an.l
i; i.not be regarded as n univiiit.
any more.' he tub! teuui'.-i-.
Renter.
the
U.N. DAY
WASIllNr.lt IN, Ma
President Truman (oda% .alien
|h,ii !|. Ann i it in i--i.(>li lo uli
in L'l-- In- Ii .^ i ---- "trti i'ie ni mi listen to my reu.uesf the English ^rve ,KlolwM 2i J ,,nlt,,| N
State Of Siege
In Bolivia
Advh
BUENOS AMIES. May 2
Heports Irom La I'..
state that the Government has de-
clared a state of siege in view of
I- n ideal crisis caused bv tub'
erajva acts Tbe maaiiure will remain in
rorce until the Communists arc
rnunntd up and normal.-^ m-i
abllshed throushout the country
Meanwhile ~ Labour Unions will
nold internal elections on the first
Sunday in July with ,.
nating Communists and Fas-
from Ihe.r ranks while c, ,\ -
ent has decided to withhold
citizenship papers to
foreigners known to be members
f Communist organisations.
_^^__^^ Renter.
Poatanen Return To Work
ATHENS, tfg] 2'.
Postmen Wbo tame ut ,n the
Greek civil servants strike, erhlcn
h now in Its fifth day. wen: back
to work today. There were indi-
cations here that the solidarity of
the union* taking part in the
strike was breaking down
added
Edward* said the Ambaatadoi
immediately threw at him a glnw
containing alcoholic liquor whir1
struck his shoulder the conten'*
e> On Fage 'i
'ions I.i\ (.. i. ,
to aecurniK .iiiiiiiii,. 11
peace" In .. prnelamation he ~tilil
the need for an lnti-i- .' i
organisailoi. tn Inturc a
icver been more irfgetr Ki-uter
j No Benefits from Devaluation
ONE COURSE OPEN TO U.K.
(From Our Own Correapondent)
LONDON. May 24
Ml Junes Dubulaaon. Chaii-
man, speaking at the Annual
Meettni '.f the West India Com-
mittee in London this morning
'I- the effect devaluation
bad hud on the West Indian
riespiie their "handsome con-
n towards bridging the
the colonies were todav
deprived of Ihe bencf'is
or devaluation on the gale of IbtU
cxi*>rt* and had U* pay great I v in-
i trices on the import'
In thew circumstances" said
Mr Dubuisson "it seem unred.-
blc that Great Britain should have
nlled to take the one (ourat ->f
Mr II atw were
.-oncerned with the Wtl-
'fare of her dependent t-rrlterlet
undertaking given
Nation- Chai U |
g>
I"-'
as her
United
suggest
"At least she could ha
expected to agree I
yeare. to buy (sugar)
show I nit '< bare imrn ea Km
whole of one commodity which
i | Irei from this area and
who rt mi U) Its In-
HtlkUanl
Mi lioijoisaon tab
warm welcome to tbe W<
sugar delegates and wished them
every success in their endeavour'.
He added cenbri
afraid the> ,.i<- going to have n'i'.
too eaiy a time*.
The twelve members of the
Weat India Committee due for
^etirerrun, weie re-elected
"en bkv'
Gbali W ill
Turn Moslem
SAN FKANCISCO. May U
Mi iti.im (.hah. comrnonei
brklegroorri ol Ptinceaa Fathia oi
Egypt, will change irom Coptic
to Moslem before then
.veddiiui aiiording to the IslamU
rilej on Sunday evening.
The 31-year-idd Egyptian ggid
he would make a formal declara-
tion U4ifi.li- an imaii to make cer-
tain that his Mmlein wedding is
entirely valid. He indicated that
pad rl would overcome the
nblection which King Farouk ol
ijivpi baa made to his lt>year-
old lister's marriage
Mr Gbali and the Princess bad1
.. civil wedding here last month i
ved in separate '
suites at at, hotel here Fathia '
r/kh the (jueen Mother'
Na/li
A Ilauter'a report from Lr-bon
says that the Egyptian Princes* |
Paika and her bridegroom of seven I
weeks. Fuhd Siidek. an nfflcial of'
ihe ERyptlan Consulate in Ian
Francisco, arrive.) here today from
New York on the way lo Cairo.
The couple will travel by way
ol Madrid and Home Princes* i
t iter of Princes* Fathia.
whose marriage has displeased
Farouk. said "We are returning
home after four year; abienre
That Ii all I can *ay "It enter


PACK TWO
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
Friday. MAY 2e, USA
Cahib gaUuig
Six Months in Trinidad
V-|1SS FET CAMPBELL who I*
1*1 from Devonshire wu an in-
IrsnsU pducnier on the 'Willem-
-lad yesterday eriroule lo Eng-
land She has been In Trtnida-l
lot about ui month* (laying wit.i
lit-tt. Rdpseys faimily; Betty la I
Irrquent visitor to Barbados.
Th* only person he knew her-
ate told Cjnb. w Miss Pat E*an.
M m.l in Trinidad during
. 'nival
Return VUit
MR. AND MRS. HARRY
COCKRtLL, and thr.r
duignta* Brenda returned to
Antigua yesterday by BW.I.A-,
after (pending five weeks' holiday
with their frlenda the Peterklns
und the Edwards.
They were In Barbados in IMS
when they (pent six months and
this is a return visit.
Their friends Mr. and Mr.
Templelon were at Seawell to see
hem off.
PICTURED HERE arc a croup of the guests who attended the parly taH1 MJJ qP c'OTEAU ol
on board the Royal Netherlands Steamship "WIUaMtad" on the JV1 (;
occasion of her first visit to Barbados since she
r-<-omtitioned
THERE *..- party on board
the Uoyul Netherlands Stcam-
gMp WilU-iiislud" yesterday after-
noon -to mark the occasion of this
alp's lirst visit to Barbados since
it Was re-named and rc-condiHon-
ed. Tho"Willemstad'' was form-
erly the S S. "Socrates'".
Almost the entire family
ABOUT twenty-two members of
the Goddard family were at
the Empire Theatre on Wednesday
night to see the llrst newsreel
flints of* Ihe West Indies cricket
team led by skipper John Goddard
in action in England.
Returning in November
LEAVING by the "Wlllemstad"
yealerday en route to England
for a holiday were Mr. and .Mi
Tom 1'utau, who will be returning
M",
Granny's Store. St. George's
-named and Grenada and Miss Annie Ciyne, of
St. David's. Granada are now
winding up their three weeks'
flat, r- ir n'i i holiday here aa gucaU al "Crystal
With LtUll Oil In Waters". Worthing.
Venezuela 1""* ,old Carib on Tuesday
.,* UM i v! rvim tnul ,ncy nad rnade so many
'.u ,*. r, ^??5I fr,Mldj * *" "avln* BU0h
_ JT[".h ln! " wonderful time that they were
i? 2?F c '"J" r?umln* $ ""ding it hard to leave.
Venezuela on Sunday after spend- C--_ J V...t
ing a short holiday at the Ocean _ **W"1 *'""
View Hotel Mr Ryan is from If11 * Mrs JOHN A. STILES
IVrmvviv.mia and his wife from IT* of Caracas, Venezuela are
Wisconsin; this is their first visit now hack In Barbados for their
to the island. They arrived on second visit. Thay arrived about
Wednesday by II W I A w* and will be staying on
until June 4 as guests at the
Lots of Rain Worthing Guest House.
MR. FRED GANDERT who Mr ina Mr Stiles wn* "'"'
apent the past three and a July-August last year when
half weeks holidaying in Grenada I* "I*nt,i montn ho*dD\
returned on Wednesday from 7**^"}? ** ,h^ "* vrr>
Grenada bv II W.I.A. In Gren- *-llghtfu| stay then and were
ada. he told Carlb that they have '^"Vo!.!?. 'n '""'
been having lots or rain, and one
Now Skirts Get Longer
Again
by POPPY RICHARD
hardest rainfall that they had for
"Colonible." in November
May Settle Here
MR,.AND MRS Q VANKECK
who arTtved yesterday by
th "Willemstad-. will be in Bar-
bados, for five or *ix
suying at the Windsor Hotel
any years.
Cousins
SIMMONS and his
young daughter returned to
months. Sl U|C|a ^ u/cdn^day by
M\
Mr Vanneck. now retired,
formerly Chief Engineer of UaS
Telephone Co.. in Caracas The;
have been lo Barbados before, and
like it so much, they are building a
house near the Golf Club and'm'y
settle here when it is finished
They were met on board the
WillenisUd' by Mr. Jack Egan.
Among their luggage was a b-i-
of golf clubs so no doubt they will
be playing quite often at the
Rockley Golf Club.
Married in Canada
MISS Til ELM A SKINNER. Who
has been living in Canada
for the past two yean was married
In Toronto on May 13th to Mr
Dann Kivffei of Jamaica
For the time l>cuu. the MWl)
weds plan to set tip there
With Trinidad Hockey
Team
\f'*S VEHA GRAHAM-SMITH
A"# and her young son Geoffrey
arrived from Grenada on Wednes-
day morning by B.W.I.A. and
iire staying at the St. Lawrence
Mai She will be here for about
two and a half weeks before re-
turning to her home in Trinidad. U.ii-u.i.l
Her husband. who is with t*M W""
Mr. Stiles Is Assistant Canadi;
Trade Commissioner stationed (n
Caracas.
CROSSWORD
B.W.I.A. He was jhe SI. Lucia
delegate for the Labour Officer In
St Lucia. Mr Simmons Is a
cousin of Mrs. Simmons Howell of
"Martindale" Hastings.
On Third Visit
MR. AND MRS GERALD
BURKE who live about U
miles outside of Pnrt-of-Spum
where Mr. Burke it the Cane
Farmer Superintendent at Orange
Grove Sugar Estate, arrived
Wednesday morning by B.W.I.A .
to spend three weeks' holiday
staying ,d Sea View Guest House.
This is their third visit to
it;,! badas
On Honeymoon
Mil AND MRS. NOEL
GRANADO who arrived on
Wednesday morning by BW.I.A .
from Vcne/ucla to spend their
honeymoon in Barbados are
staying at the Hotel Hoyal, and
will be here for about a week.
Mr. Granado is a student in
Venezuela, studying Economics
In India and Persia
MR. AND MRS. JACK'
HAZKLi.KTTE and small
daughter from Caracas are In
Mr. Bazelgelte has been
Adviser of the Shell
r '1

ii
1 i
4
y 9
1
J 1
PARIS.
Longer skirts and huge hut:
made Ihe fashion news at Long--
tump race meeting.
Women Ignored the prt-vulllr.it
trend, with sjclrts longer than
I hose shown in the leading dress-
making houses, usually '.ouchinjj
ihe calf,
Hats-instead of slanting for-
ward at the "fashionable" angle
are still worn on the back of the
head, framing the face.
The whole effect, gave a mu,h
more feminine and belter bal-
anced silhouette than the "official"
one.
Women seemed disinclined to
trust the mid-August temperature
Two out of three Visitors wore j
very trim suit tightly waisU'd.
Next favourite model was a smart
black frock.
The bUck and white combina-
tion led; there was plenty of Bjfessj
and white and some navy.
Knurtnous black straw hats, felt
or velvet cartwheels or sauiv
little white shapes are almost a
uniform in Paris at the momeii'
< lOasn ...xiels switched back off
Um fiic win, ihe brim silhouetted
In .> flower pattern, or were faced
wiiti OSalM in a chair-seat design.
K<'.vmoUs were simplicity and
- < I (nr- were many chemlsier
lucked in the Fath and
DiOV manner jumper 5uits were
gVCH ri by some of Ihe smartest
M..iiy women carried a fortune
in U'il Clips were the favourite orna-
ntgt. worn In pairs. Real Jew-
! pushing couture junk out
and the women who could not
ptll up real diamonds settled for o
i d carnation In their button-
boles.
M.,ny shoes, bags and gloves
were white and heels very high.
ite> the gravel.
Smarten! woman In the paddock
wore a simple bottle-green shan-
tung frock and a matching box
..( k*-t with a big black velvet ha^
Killing off the face.
World Copyright Reserved
(L.E.S.)
Where Your f
Money Goes
BOOKS AND Marls!
By Joan Hope
BIG mystery may be cleared up
by Bosworth MONCaL He
has written How The Civil Service
R 4 U will come from Phoenix
House.
The aim of the book u to budge
he gulf beiwasm the taxpayer and
all public services.
Mr. Monck is an engineer.
That's quite a gulf you've picked
Mi Monck.
Next mystery. ____
Who is Don BETTER IDG*.
author of Spies Left?
None other than the king of al.
cloak-and-dagger men the in-
imitable Bernard NEWMAN.
Sir you may now uncloak.
Dan BILLANi' would prob-
ubly have developed into one ol
the finest of our younger tiovcI-
ists. His story, The Trap. Is be-
ing published without revision
by Faber It was written ii>
an ftaMasj prisoner-of-war camp
Btllany was mortally wounded In
an encounter with an informer.
Exciting subject for an excit-
ing author. Graham GKF.F.N>
is working on a biography ol
R L. Stovenson.
______________L i: s.
MONKV FOR OLD PIMMS
NEW YORK
Baal summer jobs in the New
York area have just liecn given
to 12 pretty models AH they
have lo do for all expenses paid
and a small salary is to sit
around the nightclubs ordering
British-made hot wenther drink
Pirn ma.
GAIETY (The GAden) ST. JAMES
" WABNB Ai-rn.N IHULU*
lunn CAOHBI Humpkrrr IMKi**T In
"OKLAHOMA KID"
Wllh Kr*cnmry LANE Donald CRISP
MONDAV l Tl tSDAV .M .nv. M.U^r Mond> 5 pi.
WARNERS TOP MUSICAL'
\AVY BLl'ES" Witt Ann SHEMDAN Jtk 1AKSON
VOI VIII I I.I CINEMA |M.mb.t. Only)
MATINEES: TODAY TOMORROW >l 5 m.
lOVK.IIT TO MONDAY NIOUT al *.
ROBERT N EH TON
In "NKillT BOAT TO DL'BLLN '
w.lh RAYMOND LOVELL GUY MIDDLETON
and introducing MURIEL PAVLOW
Dirrctcd by LAWRENCE HUNTINOTON
An Aasociatod BriUth Picture
PLAZA
CAPTAIN
HINJ*X
A MUTINOUS CREW... |
A RAGING TYPHOON...
A DANGEROUS WOMAN...
-heis"*39**!,/
Rrpcrt and Miranda3
Trinidad Hockey learn in BrRish 0n"W ' ()l1 Coiiipames In Vene-
Gulana is expected to Join her twla '"' lh'' P"*1 ,2 y*aTt *"'
here at Ihe end of the week ov*'r ,B vei" "Jack "g*.
Tr. Vial* Tk-J- n.t..Wt.* haa sorved ln ,hc Pol'^al Service
lo Viit I heir Daughter )n ,ndli, utld latcr in p^.ttll an(1
|LfK.._and MRS RAYMOND is President of the British Associu-
** hgACH who left Barbados tten in Caracas
recently,-to visit their daughter Mr. and Mrs. Bazelgctlc have
Mi>. Margaret Scandella in Trinl- two sons and one daughter. Their
dad will be returning at the end home in England is at Corle
of the month. Mrs. Scandella Mullen. Winborne Doset. They
and her three children may be have found the West Indies most
returning with them. Mr Scan- interesting and they hope ultim-
dello however will not be able to atcly to settle in these Islands L*,,""'' viiu *
make the trip. They are staying at "Cacrabank'
Muiu urrapsiiM) -a
la JiiM mn-jp ol
IS m< vii tsT'oir o
30 urion I ami
rouairs <
..'. Mi wl 1W1IC11 H4t ftaian
Jr':,'.r, ?. !.
1 11 ISMS ft. BpK T*
UM tt UcUkvl p*
_. .. rm Ka-Ii 1 (Inn *
|pf I in. 9 IlolW 11. UWU(
BY THE WAY By Beachcomber
npHE gentleman who has com-
av plained that nightingales are
Interfering with his enjoyment of
radio is certainly in tune with
"the best contemporary thought.''
Scientists will soon be called
upon to invent something that
will stop bird-song, the chirping
of crickets, the buzz of bees, the
lowing of herd*, and all those
other outworn sounds which were
harmless enough in the dark ages
before radio. In those lonely
parts of the country where black-
birds and thrushes make it diffi-
cult to concentrate on a broad-
cast of engines warming-up for a
motor-race. B. B .C. engineers
ought to be able to do something
to end .this menace. We are not
living In the Middle Ages.
Warntnal note
f LIKE the touch of realism
A which describes the new unre-
stricted menus ss "free meals"
It will help along the illusion of
equal shares for all. I wonder
what plans the restaurateurs have
for subsUtuting some surprise
charge for all the abolished extra
charges, so that the flve-shllling
meal, instead of costing 2. as it
used fo do. may be brought up to,
say 5. And whst If Ihe hordes
of rich Americans, for whom the
change has been made, still prefer
Paris? It will then be "Vienna
steak" again at 9s. (-1 a gobbet
instead of 5s 6d.
/ gin- up
A forlhcomino rente will in-
clude sonui u'Hllen by King
I'httmlphu'i. One Is drirribed as
a sensuous bravlne.
(News Hem.)
A linu Italian totrn. rebuilt
after ils destruction in Ihe war,
is being destroyed again by Hi
lnnab.ia-.il. They are bring paid
by a film produce, so that he '
can iliool scenes 0/ an American
soldier irhn fold In lore tin'h on
Kalian Girl (Neks Hem I
f'nnufh lo rniil
a ral laugh
YESTERDAY I read ol a woman
who asked for a divorce be-
cause her husband, on coming
home at night, kissed Ihe ao*
before he kissed her. Toda>. 1
read of a decree nisi granic.1
because a wife left her huslKini
when, on coming home each nighl.
he refused her request that h*
Suld kl Ibe cat. S
M vsrle. All that interest*,
an old-fashioned reactionary like
me is who was given the eustodv
nl the cat. And Is a married
man entitled lo leave all his moncv
to a tortoise or a monkey ?
CRVPTOQI'OTEHere's how to work It:
AXftiBAAII
liI.ON.. ,. I. I. MM
Ont letter simply stands for another In this example A Is used
for the three L'i. X for the two O's. etc Single letters, apos-
trophJss. the length and formation of the *ords are all hints
Each day the code letters are different
A Cryptosrrsurn Quotation
PKVDF HC IGZKABGJ NI HCGKAKZ
KCCKVGKP OF GJK CDtSGI HC FHEGJ
OJDA HC DBK VN-VKZH
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ENAMEL. DUSSEAL
In white, nprlnsx screen, old Ivory, henry
sucklr, old rone, in-.n- h. blush, Erey, etc.
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ind ( MiiiiniiiH
Republic Pictures present
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and Introducing
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TO-DAY 2.30 & 8.30
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20th C-Fox present .
June HAVER
Mark STEVENS
in
OU tOfJ BEAl'TlKri.
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EXTRA
Newsreel showing HI.
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FRlI.W MAY 2. 1Kb
The Late Lord Wavell
AN APPRECIATION
BY LIDDELL HART
Cabled from London by Our Own Corrmpondent
LONDON. May M
Fieid Marshal Lord Wavell is dead. What will be I
v.-iilic'. Luldell Hart famed military writer, in a biograpni-
c al 'eature m the London Kvaning Standard answers "Much
depends on whether Wavell's critics or admirers have
greater influence m the shaping of history"
There are, says Hart "loo many
factors sill] uticlanntd lo reach
II \ RRA DOS A IVOC \TF
PACT TI1HEB
Manley Leads
Labour Day
Parade
*.<1'"- *!*<
r < -MP-M.nl
KINGSTON. J.jmacia, May 25.
Jaimkrt tint Labour Day
City wide parade was staged In
Kingston 00 Wednesdav Empire
Day. by T U C and P.M.P.
Sim* 1SS8. May 24 was regard-
ed here aw Labour Day instead
11 May 1 because of its anni-
versary of labour uprising
Heading the parade were
Norman Mantey. P.N.P. leader
and Ken Hill. T.U.C. General
Secretary. The Police were on
guard through the city but no
ihcidt-nls occurred. Busiamante's
industrial Trade Union marked
Iha anniversary with a celebra-
tion in BustajnanWs South
t ...rtiidon constituency.
These celebrations were fol-
Jcwed today by an Invasion of
unemployed, Kingston workers
while members of the House of
Representatives were diwussing |
the budget. The invaders were:
re.'ected by the Police squad.
The reason for their action la
the victimisation claim of the
Kingston workers on the an-
nouncement by Bustamante this
week that the Kingxwood films
Jobs would go to Clarendon
workers since the dim city
would be established in that
parish.
T'dad Oil Workers
Got More Wages
'""' AS..PBI. C*fIMS*BIBI>
lOKT-OF-SPAlN. May 20
Workers in Trinidad's rich u.l
bell have Just been granted wage
Increases involving one and a half
million dollars per year In agree-
ment between Oil rields Workers
Trade Union which was signed
Uus morning. Solomon Hochoy.
Labour Commissioner who presid-
ed at the talks said 'Certainly an-
other milestone In the history of
induslri.il relationship as well us
a farther advance completed self-
government within the industry.
Economic experts here agrecu
that the pact may have fan-reach-
ing i-ffects on the economic sta-
bility in the vast oil belt upon
which thousands of homes depend
for their llveUhood. New wage
rates retroactive from March 4.
It It siimated that workers will1
get more than UOO.000 back pay
and their annual wage hill wUl
to $15,000,000.
conclusive judgment
In general, the admiring view
is nearer the mark In my veiw".
Hart says It u easy to under-
stand how the adverse view flour-
ished. Wavell was "exceptionally
inarticulate except on paper, for
-ii .vnii such an active mind
It was rare for him to converse
at all easily, in contrast his let-
ters were fluently expressed".
This inarticulateness is attrib-
uted as the reason for the failure
of Wavell to become head of the
Army as Chief of the Imperial
General Staff in 1937.
Hart reveals for the first time
thai il was only at the last
moment that Gort was chosen in-
stead of Wavell and says "VTav-
ell's inarticulateness and the
popular appeal of Gort's V.C.
ere the factors in turning the
rales of the Cabinet's decision."
Discussing Wavell's interests In
fe outside the military sphere.
Hart tells 1 h e
story as related
him b v
(Wave. I h-inself
f how when a
flnchestfr
Scholar, the
.-Hend master re-
proached Wavell
* f o.r wasting
men mental tal-
ents and educa-
lon by choosing
to become ,i sol-
Her"
After c o ra -
anting on
i-nurrhiu"* "ln-
crcaaUg distrust
of Wavell" and
the decision in
1B41 to replace
him by Auchinleck. Hart says. It
is probable that Wavell would
have proved a greater Commander
if his chance had come when he
was rather younger
A General in the service of a
slow moving democracy who
hopes for security of tenure and
]fame should be careful to defer
I his appearances on the stage until
late in a \ becoming abundant.
Too earl> an arrival In the
leading role was Wavell's chief
mistakebut no fault of his. Ha
had more gifts for high command
than most of those who exercised
.1 when the going was good and
forces plentiful".
Hart deals at length with
Wavell's fortunes and misfor-
tunes in the early war and his
transference from the military to
the political sphere as Vicerov of
India.
I !
LINGUA AFRIKAANS
CAPETOWN.
StaUenbosch University Debat-
ing Society have passed by a
large majority u motion that
"English .language) has no
chance of survival." The speaker,
F. Harris, in moving the motion
said that Afrikaans was pro-
gressing culturally at the expense
if English.
"No One ^ ill
1J- Hurt"

RUN, May 25


it..
PRETORIA:
Bating an oyster lunch m .1
Pretoria reataurant. a man found
four sizeable pearls said to he
worth 50. An argume>.:
at to who wa* the rightUiI owner,
but In the end the 0Us1onse> w H
allowed to take them "ns sou-
venirs". Said the BRMrtMAf
"Seeing he had bought the oys-
ters I suppose they must belong
to Mm, On the other Imnd. thr I n pivsentatlve of the Argent
i restuurunt and not a Jewel- j State Trading Agency and .
ler's shop, and I claim all mil eral] of the Ambassador's party on
rights in any food I sell." / night of the incident. May 5.
Trygve Lie
Back In U.S.
NEW YORK. May 25
he United Nations Secretary-
General, Trygve Lie. returnee) to-
day from his "cold war" talks i:
London. Paris nnd Moscow He
told reporters "I have do reason
to be disappointed .vith my trip "
"I hope to see President Tra-
in shortly." he said when m
plane came down from the gre>.t
sodden skies It had bssffl
over the field for more fhmi
an hour nnd a quarter owing to
fog. His meeting with reporters
was brief.
He recounted that he had mel
the heads of the Big Powers, in-
cluding Premier Stalin and. after
mentioning his hope of seeing Mr.
Truman, said he would see the
United States Secretary of State.
Denn Acheron, as soon a* pos-
sible One reporter asked Mr Lie
about the outlook for peace or
war. He replied "I am very hope-
ful of the whole situation He
then departed for his Long Island
home He expects to hold ;i pre.*
conference, he stated, but gave no
indication when it would take
place.Renter
Pearlv Souvenirs
Poured V. alrr
To Cool linn Oil
# From Page 1
doing on to his face.
Hie Iviigii-shiiiun s^id he thou
turned lo the Ambassad.'i and
saying ii. i, cnteh tahr* tossed a
jug of water int.. I)i T..-u.-r
i. ii Wretched hands. The Ambaa-
BNtar missed the jug, whi.ii landed
<-! his paunch and struck itu
ha same ttane, *Mla Iks
""'ii in the jug splashed over hi-
I hdwardssaid that bt Una*
m i men talked back to
table, and just us ho was ulting
down a tumbler struck him m
the back and bounced .>,I w. ih
next table.
The Englishman told the TTag-
islrate that at the time of the
towHI he did not know the
identity of the Ambassador, ou*
learning it afterwards from the
manager of the hotel where the
incident occurred apoligised lo
him
The Ambassador, hat l
not accept the apology. When m-
asked the Secretary of the Argen- I
tine Embassy who was a member
Of the Ambassador's party, lo con- I
vey his apology to the Ainbassa- |
dor, he refused, saying "it Is an)
affair for the police, and in Argen- f
UM > .iu would ha%-e been IMtfM -
whipped"
Id" Edwards continued, |
"wo are not in Argentine now"
and we have different method!
here "He (Ihe Secretary l took
this to be a derogatory remark ,
about Argentina, winch it was not
intended to be"
Earlier today the chief prose- ;
. ution witness Mr. A li K.upi
ciiicluHed his evidence. He I
described himself yestei
West Indies
And The BIF
('ft Oil! latl.Cann Coiiiijnnil>iit'
* uONDON,
' indications that despite
the lack ui direct reinesenLiiio.
a- the R f.P aferred to lr .i pre
R
have scored a bigger
Ihn twelve
.iit>

ryen h hat R
to orden wuuid
BSM mii i '
(Or Trinidad I
fftsi
hit* attain been scored by Sea
Island Cotton whl
enquni" 'nun .ill parti ol ti"
his success was no doubt
tnmul led tj tha ineareal bJMms i
,i. tin- nnd by ttw Royal Famih
during the vi'it to the Fair lie
second day.
But business has been brisk at
. 11 the West Indies stan ,
< has stepped u
se-dlng day
Aiii"i.[jn buyers and busines
.ve been promi-
H the mnnv callers an.I
thm i itnreasi
in ntfii-. bagkei work nnd tinned
I .
A H> rmudei
makini; w t the coco-
nut ran n n H< ha i xplaine I
like aucii
nl>)vt-t' '.iiM",li .mil tic In. !
asked whethet i h Ngd<
Jani.i and "Tnuidad" at ine--
ent inscribed ixi the dcouula can <
be abanged to Heimuda."
Rsjplyiiig io the Court, Mr ]
Knrpf i today ba thought tha
reason foi Edward's "Stage behav-
Ii UI v>.' poUtkal He added
"I raiuio* help thinking that the;
reasons srara political because
i.re i no other reason".
(musf to Kaat
ith Rally,
.tie in the pn
QewsasMssssU''
i^lisi warmongers have
pn -i nunoutn 'uggestm^ that
the nib endanger
:it--i Otto Grntewohl
said in an official Go\-ei
announci ment
"None of (lie young people will
be hurt in Berlin.** he said The
Government will see to it that our
.-outig people, who are demont-
tratlng for peace, will receive
.-pecial care and attention while
n Merlin"
24 Arr.v.ed
We.t iV"iu pallet froquonUj
.inest groupl of Fn-.- German
youth DassjAMfg utio aie itiun.l
li>'ila\mg illegal
j-repagonda material The official
Coiiiiiiuuiit organisation ajsVi tlv
number ol Free German V. lit'
in West Ik-iliii in tin
days as 21. Theie i- ftp
Ian on the BlttO Bhlrtl in Wast
Berlin ..mi Indivlduali gad small
Kioup* ul Free German Youth can
\-aiuiei arouno unhindered,
police pokc*man said. "l"hey
,ti ust not, BWVpasssjg, march
organbeol ivlumn. can* pi >pa-
! ".iiHi.i material or create diitur-
| banco*.
We i Berlin newspaper t ada".
n'pnrted ihat "hundreds of Free
j German Youths" had already de-
; fed strict orders not to enter the
v. -I. in s.i tin-- .nil roamed
.n.rivu,:h W^s- Berlin on n "fSJet-
nndtng* tour, admiring the plenlv
, in inn -hops and the hu*-< 'it OH
the street-, Allied oMarVM Ml
howevoi. nut thov hod
l :,ot yot s**en ,i large-- ta
n" of West Iterlin l MtftOlal
tOBt Oornigfl vontlis Ifcadquar-
i lers of the Free German Youth
MWs morning said that the bulk
of the 500,000 participants In tho
rally had not yet arrived but were
expected within the next two
Reuler
Unhappy
Communists i
PRAi.; |
'
lory, ihe Cnechoslovak i a
Minister.
sansBsBBi M Minister was com-
o< nti.is on the recently announces
darmisaaU, for "bourgeo
alum", of former Foreign Minis-
ter Vladimivr triementls and of
Tag Oustoe Ilusak. former head
of the local Slovak OoMrnmenl
and the Jleml-r for Bdu. .-u .
Ladisva Novome-kv He raforTOi
lo the successful fultllmen- of m
dustrial and other targets In Sto-
'ahia, but spoke of d
ihich were being ajncounti
ntroducing MH-lnlism an t ,-o-
peratlve farming in the villages
Me said that in this
it mil Slovakia had |
accomplish the taaks set out nt
m.-etmg of the aatrol
e of the O.-ehoslovak f minii
1st Party held in Prugu.- ihr.-.
mmths ago Iteuler
Compare
Ihese Values
Trinidad Drawn
With B.C.
.***. gfniasa OateaaaiasMssn
r;roiu;ETiWN Ha) ^
Trsnldad and llritlsn QuUV
lilayed a g^uill. -- |. .
ttw fourth ;.
IhH'key series, in ilie pro
noe of a large crowd Qovorni
Sir Chartes Wmillev
attendance The thn-
Ttst matches have endei
a decision The final Test wil
be pin ye. i
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Homo >iiister- and I i. He s
whn wish to net then |
nrd crowded to-dav I I
church of St. Paaqual. n.ar the.
Titter According to U idi lon i
.me prays to Si Pa^qonle on hU
dav. May IT. wil'.in a year he
1 .. mee irong nnd
healthy hugtend"
ai.-aina inm... Mer* Muuik -r,n i,,
i--u, > Ihat . hv- .o.di.a
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InmanM and Soreuau air a^UaxI a*ay. Couih-
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means rich meaty flavour
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rtkm wondirTfkill- istir -r.J. in iJJin.>n. mik ih-m nouruhini,
too PorBosrili.ih*c^t*iiiri-diOsKln.a(6f AlwapilLtea
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RAKBADOS ADVOCATK
FRIDW. MAX 2*. 19.111
BARBADOS
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ADVtXfflT
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Fh.i.A Maj H, 105(1
Sll|t|MM'l I Oil V is III
THE Electors Association are to be con-
gratulated on then whc-It'hearted endorse-
ment of tourism as an industry (or
Barbados.
Their leader Mr. J. II. Wilkinson made it
clear that the Elector! Association will
support a policy which involves direct
Government assistance of the new indus-
try. This policy he is reported as saying
on Tuesday night will have to permit new
companies to import certain materials
duty free and will gtvt freedom from
taxation in the early years of growth.
The same evening Mr. Fred Goeuiard re-
ported on his recent visit to VOMU 11
One of his statements that at Easter time
some two hundred would-be visitors to
Barbados hud to l-> turned back because
of Uie lack of hotel accommodation here
at the Uma adds further weight to the
statements of Trans-Canada Airlines
spokesmen who report similar heavy dis-
appointments from Canada.
Barbados has been caught unprepared
for the sudden influx uf Venezuelan and
Canadian tourists who would like to come
here and contribute their dollars to your
breakfast table.
The Electors Association have shown
themselves aware of the real need for the
community to cash in on I his real indus-
try which only requires nn intelligent and
cooperative helping hand from Govern-
ment to become a second bulwark (after
sugar) for the island's economic health,
To quote Mr. Fred Goddard on Tuesday
night "There are a few people who think
it (Tourism) would send up the cost of liv-
ing of local residents almost immediately.
I have never held that view. The price of
eggs has risen from one penny to ten cents
each without any inllux of tourists. As
is well known nearly all of our food is
imported. What objection could there be
to importing a little more to feed visitors
spending their dollars here and at the
same time employing at a high level many
people who are now employed.
"It is shortsighted for any section of the
community to want to depend on sugar for
our economic existence. If these people
are satisfied with the present standard of
living their argument may be considered
sound. For those of us on the other hand
who want to see better conditions come
about in our colony something must be
done and if it is not to be tourism then let
there be some other secondary industry.
J would like someone to tell rne what
other industry would be more profitable,
more lucrative and more advantageous
than the hotel industry"1"
But Mr. Goddard was as emphatic as
Mr. Wilkinson, as the representatives of
Trans-Canada Airlines, as this newspaper,
and as everyone with any practical know-
ledge of the tourist industry, th;it, unless
there is active encouragement of the tour-
ist industry, in the form of tax remission
on new industries and freedom of customs
duty on essential imports not obtainable
locally, then there is little to be gained by
advertising in a lari;e way for tourists if
the hotel industry can only be dependent
on 500 rooms for their accommodation.
The benefit to be derived from tourism is
supported by all members of the commun-
ity. It has the support of the Opposition
party in the local House of Assembly. Can
the present Government of Barbados (in
the shape of the political party with a
majority) afford to regard tourism as other
than the next best industry after sugar and
still represent the interests of the people
of Barbados?
How To Help South
East Asia
% IPavid I ....,>!, Holier.*
LONDON.
. llnlaiii and Australia arc re-
I ported to be utterly at loggerheads
j about schemes for South Rail
I Asia, I'be Sydney Conference.
I where the Common*!1
[ trie* are d|.cussing Um
I hold South East Am* against
4'ommunist advance, seems t.i
have gained a livelier reputation
at least with the pressthai:
lh dull u neon trovers la 1 meeting
n Colombo last January.
Indeed il Is amusing to find that
the same critics who poured scorn
on the effectiveness of the Colom-
I i i.ience are now doubung
the use of the Sydney (.' '< n| ..
--because it has demonstrated
divided opinions. What are the
diffcrences?
Journalists might be called In
to advlaa at this Sydney Confer-
ence. For the struggle is mainly
concerned with how to make the
largest possible sensation with the
least uvallable resources. Both the
Australian foreign Minister and
Lord Macddnald, (the obscure
peer who represents Britain).
have declare*] that they aim at
railing moral* in South East Asia.
They, with their advisers, think
that If the countries of Asia feel
that help is coming then them
would be such an impression of
confidence that Communism could
never take root. (To this simple
view this writer does not sub-
scribe; Communism seems too
complex and insidious to be ex-
tinguished by only bread to-day
or promises of cake to-morrow).
But. accepting the Commonwealth
Foreign Minister*' Idea that money
must be spent for political reas-
ons, what are the alternative*'
Britain, (which means the Treas-
ury under Sir Stafford Cripps, in
this case), suggests that a large
schemea twenty-five year plan
should be drawn up. Over the
next two years little should I*'
done except moke plans. I'rojects
should be surveyed, costs estim-
ated, equipment foundand then
the bills sent in. With good sense
the Treasury "experts" say that
raising the standard of living of
200 million people cannot be at-
tempted overnight. Obviously
spreading 10 million yearly
would give about one shilling to
each person If the Commonwealth
can only afford an expenditure on
capital equipment of a few shill-
ings annually on behnlf of each
person then the money has to be
spent particularly carefully, and
profitably, if It la to achieve the
doubling, say, of the Incomes of
the poorest. And when H.M.'s
Treasury starts to examine the
profitability of an enterprise then,
truly, the gears grind slowly.
The Australian approach is the
reverse. Let us vote the money.
Let ua show the independent
countries of South East Asia thai
we stand at their backs. Let us
make a gesture with as large an
aggregate total as possible. Mr.
Spender has already got the
"Spender Plan" to his name; and
he intends It to be spectacular.
According to this Australian view,
as It is reported here, the Gov-
ernments concerned would have
control over how the not
!-. gffjajM
Now there I no room to doubt
that from a purely flnai
economic point of view the Mriti'h
Treasury1*- attitude- u UV
Spending money on ItU
ards of living In comi.
"primitive"* commercially umlevel
oped communities b matter
of finding men and
Engineers, concrete, and even
good ideas, are In much shorter
supplv than cash. So food cn*e
U surely that schemes should
come first and the money after -
wards
The Australians, though, hnve
strong arguments of payt hology
on their side. They can point to
the fact that one of the moat am-
bitious schemes of development
Is now under way throughout the
llrittsh Colonies, under rule of
Treasury purse-strings, and that
it has negligible political effect
and catches the imagination of
nobody. The Colonial Develop-
ment and Welfare scheme, the
Overseas Food Corporation,
(nuts), and the Colonial Develop-
ment Corporation have over
200 million pounds of resources
and yet they seem to foster.
rather than eliminate. Commun-
ist influence. And it can be
argued that this is because every
penny of money in British Col-
onies, that comes from London,
is given on strict accounting
principles. The educated rititmi
of Africa who are struggling for
recognition of equal status ; more Irritated than placated by
the slowness of Colonial Develop-
ment method. The schemes,
which first struck the imagination
have now come to be regarded
as a means of "bolstering up the
old order and keeping the native
happy." That, the Australians
would claim, is so psy<
wrong that a similar scheme must
be avoided In South East Asm.
And they axe making their point.
Journalists are professionally
MlrWlfMted 'n estimating the
"news value" of international
schemes. The Marshall Plan is
some pan.ilol. Without a doubt
the aid MM lo Europe fr-im
North America is alv...'
more important "story" in the
United States, where most of it
comes from. Ulan In Europe, wher
most of ti.e aid la received. The
Marshall l*U.n also provides an-
other example of how to make
these scheme-, work, In a seme It
Is administered as a mixture be-
tween tho "Britten
method" and the "At
dashing scheme." A double pro-
cess goe-. on. In Europe
American administrators of the
Elan first a*k lor the vi-
tiropewi Governments on th-ir
needs each year. They then attack
the list to see where it is extrava-
gant; th*> "bargain" for t
nomles with each Government. At
the snme lime, on the a)
of the A'luntlc. the monev u
voted by the Culled States Con-
gress and vie Appropn.it
msttssM of Congress examine.
point i'v i i at, the proposals on
how the money Is to be spent
This Is a brand of m
with m.Uions In the l I
make the figures that com
Eurr.pe exactly equal to the dollars
that COOM from the Cnitcd States.
Each Coveinment receiving Mar-
shall Aid Is treated as I
hie equal In the plan. But the
administration of aid I designed
so that all the schemes pull to-
gether. It bag worked In spite !
some moments of strain)
The Australian HOMsKkO thiit
the Commonwealth Government*
should now announce a good.
high figure os their total aid to
South East Asia has. from UM
view of "public ratal
which the journalist specialises
one vers -emu- flaw T'- .1
be a "good story" one* But. if
South Ea-t Asia Is to >
lift to its mi rah
story", which tb
news that continue* from week
to week and year 10 ysjfl
be more effective.
The discussion, at
sounds, from this dManC*
healthiest development in Com-
monwealth affairs for miny t
vear. The tradition of tn
CORUMOWWlttl Cnnf. T'Viee >' 1
been broken. No longer arc huge
Decisions being taken secretly,
and compromises being patched up
In private finally i- produce an
almost meaningless con
for the world's press, la n
discussion ii control
ment is realand. better stih the
aims of ;ill are UM same. The
Spender Plan is taking shape, not
being shelved. __________
IVetolt Review
\ Dream House In Grenada
A Ht'NOALOW BY THE BEACH
Bv DERRICK BALL
(Peter navies 12/6)
FINDING a little bungalow
beneath the palms and near
enough a beach for a swim before
hrenkfast is not as simple as It
sounds, and the author and his
wife had an adventurous time
boforc they eventually found their
Caribbean dream house.
Mr. Balls first impressions of
the West Indies were gathered in'
l'urt-of Spaina city which he
soon grew to loathe. .
Like All visitors he found it
impossible to walk a few yards
in the streets without being hooted
ut by a bevy of taxis, but by
breuKlng Into a jog trot he cscaptd
Into a cool bar. And then, there
was that filthy hotel near Uie
docks where they had to stay
because they could not afford to
ray for a room in a more luxurious
place The dream began to fade,
and there was no response to their
eager Inquiry for a bungalow bv
lht. beach.
Eventually they decided *o try
their luck in Grenada, and mak
!ng up their minds *o arrive there
in correct manner they went by
rthoonrr. Of schooner travel he
has this to say: "It is dirty, hard,
uiigh and cramped, except for
toilet facilities, which are enorm-
tus. No doors to lock, no walls
to scribble on, no fluahlng ap-
paratus lo confound you."
The Journey began smoothly,
and Mr. Ball was musing roman-
I. allv about Uie delights ','
travelling in a sailing boat until
they reached the Dragon's Mouth
and the schooner became involved
in a storm. The description pi
the author's seasickness which
follows Is so realistic that after
leading a few pages J fen a bit
IIS Imii queer myself, but all the same it
was so funny that I laughed until
I cried.
When Grenada was In sight at
lust Mr. Ball tottered up to the
Captain to thank him for u safe
passage. "I wished I could have
made him an admiral . instead
hesitated before taking one iiiysvlf.
lor up to that moment tobacco had
beonj well outside my sphere ot
politeness. I took one. too. 1 with
I offered him a cigarette. I
iicovery. but for Uie sake ol
I hadn't. The face before me
began to blur. 1 had to turn as,l*.
qi.lckly and cling to Uie rigging
where the cigarette fell from mj
i.erve'ess lips into the sea."
Happily the Balls found )ust the
little bungalow they had always
wanted after they had spent ;
short time at a pleasant boarding
abovr
St Co.
Tli
hous*.
nuthor went ini<> acttaglea aboul
ituntil he found that uV ktttsMB
was Infested with cockroaches'-
and describes It as the kind of
house In which it would net be
out of place to nit down to a meal
with *our hat an. "A marvellous
houseless houseMiolhiiig more
thart a tin umbrella com
held over our heads bj a few
wooden poles."
Mr Ball v.-rltes well, and wit
t:iy. He has found his little bit
oi heaven and he appraclataa it
Hut although the bonk is mainly
nbout life In Grenada it is also an
autobiography, and one is con-
stantly reminded of Uie contrast
Utv.e.1. life at the Imiifc'alov and
the author's unhappy youth In
Canada.
I enjoyed every page of thl
bookMr Ball exaggerates
wonderfully'
Free!... After 5 YearsAs;
A rrisoner Ol Russia
lly Stl..... airliner
BE l
HE had no! changed anything Ukfl M mi.eh I
If you allow for the f..
ren Victor von Henckel-l>-i
Ihat there had be
ry strands In his hair, that tllfl
. >uld be written off ss the
of time.
d as cheerful as ever. But I watched
IU> as we sat together talking In a Kur-
furs'.ondam cafe.
0W and again a look of f align-
his face, a llsless Umldity. And then I rea'ised it.
His good. English-made pre-war clothes and
his g;.y manner were Just a little bit like the bright
neon hunt-. <^n the buildings around us. Thr% an
eekt '
Outwardly, however, l could line! nothing in him
to recall those ragged and toothless German priseii -
Wta dragging lliemselves through tie
I I947 when I hi d
M Maw to Zagorsk Or the pale, hol-
lo., Oermani I hu st.iiii. i ad
Vet it was only ten days ago that Victor had re-
i.vrlin from Soviet HIM I
here as a prisoner of war. Five years
.nd cabbage. Five years without word
from home Five years of working In coal mines,
on bit iding sites, in f." '
- in iMilali-m With none but other Gel-
m as nig feUou worker*, but very often
'i llooagUM him; Russian*, and de-
Uted by the Soviet
union
THEIR SECRETS
But then- ..ii live seat: ill *hlch tl
irmy surgeon, <; wn families, expt
the lilf of posi-wac Boris* Russia at llrst hand.
He got to know many of I (That l have
learned about Uu> i and the other
turned prlgooa i n to here
j is m.nc lUununatlni than
D my own carefully shepherded visits to
Rui i irhi [I :, .nd from diplomat friends
I. : . "ii.
| .1 d been sent to work In
rier has been
, I,
Three ol the men I talked with had been working
Russia> top see-rd industrial area east of the

i mere building factories and bor-
ng mil; iida.
I up
called AsbeM, affr the a-l.

RUTHLESS HASTE
Imi U I Of them talked with awe of the
i tobj Indus*
i the ruUdgssj haste with which the new
buildings are heirig put up.
i TUUs, I Don mine, called the
tarted productloB thl* February.
Work on it h.id only Ix-gun in 1947. At Kuthalf,
the fl have built up entirely
priaonai lalxiur the Opel motor-car
factory whi^h they had removed after dismantling
It near BerUo
Only two shops had Iw-en put up by February
IMS, When my ex-tank officer informant arriveel.
Deessnber UM machinery,
hich when he arrived had liecn standing around
Id orate* outside had all beeo IngfasUed in newly
built shop?, Bj noW) ha says, the works arc sure
to be in full production. ,
I Up" of the veil manganese WOTKI near
by had begun early in 1946. They were in produc-
tion by the end of 1949 with machinery supplied bv
t-owned factories of Eastern Germany.
NO SUNDAYS!
I -lory with the new coalpits con-
al Karahas: the jet .uiiraft factories at
kj gad the papex and pulp works at An-
brrsxhina, near I-cningrad.
Production In the pits and factories, however,
was low and costly in terms of Uie manpower em-
ploy eel.
Work was long and arduous ever> -whoic. I
learned.
Any time off granted for holidays or poliUcnl cele-
hratlons hnd to be made up by extra work. That
applied to i-Vrman labe.ur.
i letor, "the shop i wai In
worked 2.T .v(.k .
without Sundi
On the whole the Gam with their
ten fricmi-
Ij At i. : rith Russuum beiowi the rani
nik. as the foremi n
THEY BEO
I mv in. (he Russians as
the Ger-
raani Wltll teen :heir mencre prisoners* fare felt
better off than the Russians, who had to pay for
their own food out of their miserable wages of be-
Iwean 200 and 300 rnuhles a month.
What that Is you will t... id cost one-
rouble .1 lb. nutfgariM r,o roubtai lb, and but-
ter 32 roubles ., lb Aid UsOM W* the new re-
duced pen M
Often the Russian workers would beg from their
1 ' "Land mo nubia," "" would
say. "so that 1 can buy myself a piece, pi bread '
And tlie-y meant It.
To me. however, tin- km.-^x raaeinaUni piece of
news that these men have brought out with them
is that there does exist in at least one area of the
Soviet Union, a resistance organisation which Is
successfully defying the Communist Party and the
secret police.
A MAFIA
Victor was the first to tell me about the organi-
sation. I he;ird more details from Ludwlg Kirchei
an ex-lnfantr] sSTgasurt, who had first hand experi-
ence of its operation.
TJlOOrgs l ,,f terrorist Matin which
holds sway over the vast army of Soviet-dominnted
peoplesometimes estimated at more than 20.000.
000 men and women, who have been banished to
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Object* of the organisation are:
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dnona the prisoners.
:t TO PROTECT lt-= IlinmlHII from the camp
and se-Tet police, and lo f
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To the Editor. The Mdrocole
Sn,I much enjoyed the ad-
dress of His Lordship the Bishop
at the Youth Service on Sunday
afternoon. It seemed to mc par-
ticularly good, full of weighty
teaching and counsel, and ex-
pressed In clear and forceful
words which even young children
could not fail to understand.
But the voice has finished
speaking and others will inter-
vena. May I suggest that the ad-
dress should be printed as a leaf-
let and copies given to the head*
of the various youth organisations
attending the serviceothers too
perhapsso that it can be again
put before the boys and girls and
young people. Thus it would be
likely to have the deep and per-
manent impression which it de-
served.
The service as a whole was well
transmitted over the Radiowe
are Indebted to the Company for
enabling Urge numbers who, like
myself, were unable lo be pres-
ent, to hear the address very
clearly.
There wa* only one discordant
circumstance, I believe, and that
was that before the service was
well over and the big congrega-
tion dispersed the Radio started
shouting out one of these annoy-
ing advertisements. Surely Sun-
day might be kept free of thorn.
Shops and stores are closed, and
we do not want buying and sell-
ing to be thrown at us during the
golden hours We get too much of
it during lhe#week
other point. 1 should like
> to those who are associated
in the effort "to promote spiritual
revival and emphasis" and help
the children that we have made
a good beginning. We got our
appeal for the preservation of the
Sabbath into the press: we got the
co-operation of the ClerRy who
lake the Daily Morning Services;
.111.! now we have this weighty
and forceful address by the
Bishop. There is hope for the par-
ents and young people in this di-
rection.
PROGRESS.
M.iy 23. 1950.
\oi'*r Box
To (JM fdttar. The Advocate
BOI t'nfortunately. I am one of
those poor school boys who have
school work when there Is too
much noise going on around me.
Her-' jre the following conditions
under -tvhlch I attempt to work, or
study if you could possiblv call it
that.
Radio in front. ludl.> bound
ItadhM nn all Udaa
Perprtiwllv th* louaMl of ihrlr kind.
nvw wishing to kbido.
Thrlr unwHrnn* r:.kol'
A mil* upRoad.
! a piano master* abode.
Whev* niiftn are a heavy load.
Whoar objort? sreck the dn key-
board!
> little further down lha .iit-i-i.
1- a little man. unuaualt) meek.
B.n hli ob)ar4 in life.
The louden radio and eUlle!
Now could any person reason-
ably expect a boy to study for an
exam under those wearying con-
dlttOCUT
I would like to appeal to people
with any of the above noise-mak-
ersfor pete's sake, think for once
that there is another person in this
small world besides you and vom,
noise box. It may be above all. a
sensitive schoolboyso kindly, U
for no other reason, turn that dis-
turbance of peace and plenty,
down for once!
OVER SENSITIVE SCHOOLBOY
----I.'nrr----fnw
To The Editor The Adrorat*
SIR.So much nonsense has
i>oen talked in public within re-
cent years In this Island thai the
intelligent section of the com-
munity seem almost una ire of
the growing danger whlrh fillows
allowing some of the thing* said
to go by default.
In other instances there are
people in Una cogniDU&ll
whom the others expect more
than froth and bubble wlv n thev
essay to address public a .nonces.
During lat week the ll,.rbdos
Nurses Association held their
annual meeting and the Director
of Education delivered ace irding
to your reports an address on
Intelligence tests. This a idn*s
might have been adimrahli for a
gathering of teacher*, bul to a
meeting of a Nurses' Association
it was a waste of Und
Surely the Director n.ust have
known 'hat the relationship be-
tween the Association and the
general phutic ftl) I tfag
educational basis which is neede.l
for npprtvi.ition of hc.ilili ,i d
anltarj service, mutd bi
interesting topic for thi
One last word; the i.
tciimem-e taita hw baan dl -
OOUntMl by some of the greater!
;.il specialists in Great
Britain. In Barbados it I
grouping and supcy* annualion.
These were adopted lefore com-
pulsory education and so once
again the cart is being i
the horse.
FX-TKACHER
A'o Trtip
dttor. The Adfocatc
Sin. With reference to a letter
appearing in the "Advocate" in
which n la implied that th. Waal
Indies Team nre playing too many
nd thereby a "trap" has
been laid, I crave a little space to
clear up the misunderstanding.
In the Brst piss s Um W 1 Ba>
lures were drawn up i"
proval of the Wi
Control It is utti
inw to say that the Aussles were
given a day's rest after every
match. This, m you know, would
seriously English
ptonahlp. It would
Count] pUyin|
the Aussles would also
have to KUruj tha
bbm th.- entire
count) fixtures tn be Drolonged.
I am told that the All
more matches than the
I I - are scheduled to play
they played five "Tests'
of 5 days' duration as compared
with our 4 'Ti it
the 'men from down
ned their day's rest by
defeating their opponents. in
'aiices. well within the
and so won this
our correspondent
bout.
No. Sir.' thl West Indies pro-
uious than
those of pn Dfl teams to
England. Of eours*. It is also poss-
ible that previous teams were also
"trapped "
Yours faithfully.

Bridgetown
23Ui May, 1950.
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'FRIDAY. MAY 26. 1M
BARBADOS \I>V(K \TI
PACE FIVE
The Governor
Gives A Prize
For Crane Beach
His Excellency the Governor, Mr A. W. L. Savage on
Wednesday awarded a prize to the Senior Class of the St
Philip Boys' School for an exhibition of a pictorial poster
depicting the Crane Beach.
A packed hall listened to the
Governor, congratulating the Bar-
bados Branch of the League oi
Empire on their Initiative In
staging the Empire Week Arts
Exnibition at Combormerc School.
Mr. Savage said that the exhibi-
tion provided an opportunity tor
the development of latent creative
talent.
Hundred* of school children
from many part* of the island
were at Combcrmere to see the
variety of exhibits from their
rival schools. Most of the draw-
ings were landscape sketches of
Barbados' beaches and illustu-
tlons of the different attraction*
of Barbados. Comberm-.
won both the Senior and Jur
prizes.
Police Band At
Empire Week
Exhibition
A LARGE Nl'MBEK of specta-
tors attended the Empire
Week Exhibition at Combennere
School Hall yesterday. School
children attending could be heard
making interesting comments
the Exhibits.
The Police Band will be giving
a Concert at the School grounds
from 33U to 4.45 o'clock this
evening, and it Is anticipated that
another large number of specta-
tor* will be attending both the
Concert and the Exhibition
Although this Is only the second
Empire Week Exhibition to be
held in Barbados, the attendance
this year has been good so far.
and the interest was greater than
last year.
In recognition of the good work
submitted by the Schools, the
Committee of the League of
Empire has awarded two addi-
tional Prizes In the Junior
Division. One goes to St. Barna-
bas Boys' School for a proje-t
scheme on the subject of "Wolfe
Goes To Quebec" while the Sharon
Mixed School received the other
prire for a scheme under the head
"The Settlement Of Barbados". A
Fourth Prize in the Junior Division
was awarded to the Alexandra
School for the project "Barbados
Reromes A British Possession"
In an interview with the
Advocate yesterday. Mr. V B
Williams, Honorary Secretary of
the Committee of the League of
Empire, said that it was desirable
that Advertising Managers of the
various local firms should visit the
Exhibition in order to look at the
posters and to see ideas of the
children.
He also pointed out that the
members of the Publicity Com-
mittee should also take the op-
portunity to see them as he
thought they could go a long way
In advertising the island.
Mr. Williams then spoke of one
poster sent in by the Girls'
Foundation School, advertising th<
The Guard-of-Honour. com-
prising of Cadets. Scouts, Girl
Guides .and members of the
Church Lads' Brigade, was Inspect-
ed by His Excellency accompanied
by Sir Allan Collymore. President
of the Barbados Branch and Capt
Perkins The Guard gave a
Royal Salute.
Those who sat on the platform
before the exhibition was declared
open by His Excellency were: Sir
Allan Collymore, Major Noot, Mr
Terrence Clarke. Rev. and Mrs
Armstrong. Hon. J. D
Chandler. Major Glindon Reed.
Mrs. E. B- Williams. Island Com-
missioner of Girl Guides and Mis*
Nora Burton. Assistant Commis-
sioner of Girl Guides.
Inspiring
Excellency who spoke after
Sir Allan Collymore said:
Many of us were privileged to
be present at the observance of
Empire Youth Sunday in the
James St|eet Methodist Church
when approximately 2,000 of the
youth of this island were gatherea
together as part of the Immense
congregation which reached round
the world to thank God for H,
many blessings and to dedicate
themselves anew to His service
.through their citizenship in the
common wealth.
it was most inspiring. If only
the peace and intentions of that
service were rehearsed into
practical everyday life, not only
in this island but In the Common-
wealth generally, how truly we
would be an example and an in-
itlon to the rest of the world.
HIS EXCK1.LEWY THE GOVERNOR, Mr. AW: i,,u. the Empire h., Message
on Wednesday at Combermere Bcbool .seated right of Ulan CottyRwre,
Chu-f Justice and lefl of Um Oovwnor, Major Koott, Headtnafter of the School, and Rev. a. E
Armstrong.
Air Service of the island by means
of a Flying Fish pictured between The unity of the British C<
a local fleet of fishing boats. He. wealth is ever a problem to
aid that he was of the opinion foreigners. I remember during the
that B.W.I.A. or Trans-Canada war years when I served in Pales-
could make good use of this tine among people to whom
poster.
He also referred to other nostcrs
advertising horse racing, golf, sea-
bathing, yachting etc.. and said
that the Publicity Committee
should be interested in some of
Ihem.
ANEW Gasoline Service Sta-
tion wns opened In St. John
yesterday pvemmr. This Sta'ion.
situated nt Four Roads, is owned
by Mr. P. A. Clarke and is the
onlv modern station in lhat parlsii.
The opening ceremony was
performed by Canon Moore.
Hector of that Parish, after which
Hon. J D. Chandler spoke on
behalf of parishioners.
Among those present were :
Hon. and Mrs. J. D. Chandler.
Hon. V. C. Gale. Dr. E. L. Ward.
Empire Day was foreign, their
difficulty in understanding how
people of different races and re-
ligion who had little personal
contact wilh each other, could yet
be drawn together in one family
with a unity of purpose standing
alone, yet defiant. In the face of
ruthless aggression iest freedom
should perish from the earth.'
Talent
The celebrating of Empire Day is
directed towards fostering mutual
understanding in this great family
of the Empire and this exhibition
not only does that, but it provide*
the opportunity for the develop-
ment of latent creative talent.
This exhibition gives some In-
and Mn H A. Talma.
Yvonne Tnlma, Mr. nnd Mrs.
D. H. L Ward, Dr. and Mrs
A. Scott, Mr. C. N. Reece. Mr
and Mrs. C. N. Armstrong. Dr.
A. S. Cato. Mr. L. R. Toppln,
Mr. Tom Went. Mr. and Mrs.
Percv Stewart, Miss V. limits.
Ml. E D. lnniss nnd Mrs. A. L.
Stuart.
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Knight. Mr. |dicatlon of the possibilities and I
congratulate the Barbados Branch
of the League of Empire on their
initiative and the various school*
which hove taken part on their
enterprise.
I hope I shall not offend any-
one if 1 give a supplementary
prlre In the Senior section of this
exhibition and award It to St
Philip's Boys' School for the very
promising pictorial posters de-
pleting Barbados beaches and
in particular one of the Crai
Beach.
May I in closing quo'e from
song of the English by Kipling
Kt- -. um iw-a win
ahfgjaaas
Clear the land of Evil, drl'
roads and bridgr tha ton
Maka y aura to aach hit owi
Lecture Tonight
A LECTURE on "The Technique
of Dry Goods Salesmanship" will
be given by Mr. Stanley Edwards
at the Y.M.C.A. tonight at 8
o'clock, and a good turn out of
clerks is expected.
Prior to ihis a Discussion Group
will be held while the Table Ten-
nis Tournament takes place from
4.30 to 6.00 p.m.
Two Hundred Venezuelans
Were Turned Back
No Rooms In Barbados
Mr. Fred Goddard. M.C.P, iuld hundreds who attended .he
Electottt' Association meeting in Bridgetown on Ti
night how he and Mr. Iversen. Manager <>t the Marine
Hotel interviewed all the leading tourist agencies and B.W.I.
Airways the only [plane terv*Ce direct from Caracas hrre.
"Every assistance and hospital-
ity were extended to us." lie said.
"and on all sides there were en-
thusiastic expressions of hoi
the accomplish*,er.i of
pose a successful tourist busi-
ness.
We were told lh.it ; 11 Hit Wm-
zuoiens who had visited Barbados
luring the East**
they were n very large nun tx
were extremely pleased and satis-
fied with the uccommodiiin.il and
welcome they had received ot our
hands, and that they had expressed
the wish to return to the colony
the future for their vacations.
The agencies told us ih.it Un
accommodation that the island
could offer had been sold out four
weeks In advance of the> Trip, and
had we more rooms avuilable,
they could have sold at least an-
other two hundred seats on the
plane.
This Is but the beginning, for
Ith these visitors returning to
their homeland with such won-
derful tales of this colony, you
tic the numbers
that will want to come over in
future
Price of Whisky
the common belief that if
Barbados advertise in any reas-
onable degree in the outside world,
there are a utuci-.-ntly larg
number of people in CM dotlai
areas apart from Venaxualan
only too enxlous and Willing! to
spend their vacations in Barba-
dos. The present hotel accommo-
dation in the island, however, i*
holly Inadequate for the pur-
pose.
Now there are man* fag
why people would want to speiw1
their vacation here. Undoubted!
one of the main attractions is the
good sea-bathing obtalnal v U <
year round in clear blue water
which splashes so delightfully on
our white coral beaches
a (wnira that hai l
marked on by more than QM
agency, was the friendly attitude
of all Barbadians towards tha vis-
itor*, indeed It was heartening to
hear of the friend line's that bad
Thai ha rasp whara hath sown
By tha pasca tmon| lha paaol*
1*1 man Snow aarva lha 1-ort
ROBINSONS
PATENT' BARLEY
malcmllk mor. dlfftftlbhi for btby
PATENT'GROATS
nk muting happy tin* for "
Youngsters grew
QUAKER OATS
What's on Today
Court of Ordinary at 1100
PuUce Band at Combermer*
School 3 30 p.m
Merlins: of Aurlrullural So-
ciety .a 3.00 p.m
Annual General Meeting
Barbados Cricket Asserts
iion Queen's Park at 4.30
pas
Mobil r Cinema. Government
Industrial School, 81
1'hillp. at 1.30 p.m
RHEUMATIC
PAINS
Here b REAL relief . .
For real relief from rheumatic
pains it ia essential to correct
thai saate. When they are due
to Am accumulation of bodily
impurities It means that tout
hidnrT* which should filler
away these harmful impurities
are sluggish and need a medicine
to tone them up. De Witts
Kidney and Bladder Pills axe
penally prepared for this pur-
pose. The* soothe and tone up
disordered kidneys so effectively
that these vital organs speedily
return to then normal I unction of
clearing use sMISl of impurities
VDe Witt Pills have been
relieving rheumatic sufferers
in many parts of the world
nth great success. This fine
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you need. Go to your
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uppiyol l> Witt's
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been displayed by all classes of
Ujrbadi.ins towards theee people
Another sinking feature eoin-
anaaa on was the low cost of
tra a* compared with the
I
; '.......
I Dig. \f .1
it i roan (u you can gathev
pensive It ts b
To y.i\< in late
prces. a whisky and soda
acas cost $1.75, Barbed"
and shoe shine 90 cents.
A'hen WO lefl bare km x thai
are wara not going on a pleasure
cimse. Wi W I n.id
lAon to make U
which will be dec la re<
the plans made sre Hi
Trinidad. As a matter oi ( an the
leaving hen- tomorrow I
dad to < Iracfa the daal i
atcd In Caracas. I do ni
ntlon tho details as I do not
think it wise at this stage. I can
tell you, however, that with the
co-operation of B W.I. Airways In
Trinidad, we will be able to make
the announcement of Iht
next week
We did not go Oftl] m the
bltareal of our hotel group, we
went to sell Barbados to the
Vaneguolan tourists and the
negotiation, were conducted alotll
.
IIMIMM VS.
in .!.' ii.i ni'i
".<< vi, ,,,,-:
Barbadoa has always
declared that the natural .econd-
ary Industry of the IfJaM ll
. nv we have o>reloped
nicai and niaaj glow almost to
ihe full Wit;i the mai b
lhat Indiwtrj wa have to and
work ior those who haw baofl
Hot gyi
The tourltt IndUStT]
i -i rnptoya an gvai |
H pea try visitor.
This has nothing to do
their puKhaM M I.....Ucraftl and
general shopping In the attain
hopping centres which can be ver>
considerable.
I was told while in Caracas that
the Cubans who visited Miami
i I v. ipant ui stai thagt
.10.n0O.IKt0 American dOUl
..
> live in the most wealthy
place of all the South Amer
countries, spend far more
lhat.
Wilh the present state of t
tlon. I regret to say that 1
.. see any new capita]
attracted Into the hotel Indus!
UnlOsg in inducement CSnitValO
to lhat offered by the governments
nf Trinidad and Jamaica be gl
by the local government WO
talk of advertising in
large way for tourist* to come
tin Pan 7
RICE COMES
FROM R.G.
Arriving f,.i Harlados among
on Wettne rM bags of
rice from British Qulai
charroal, 8-ft. and
12-ft poata, wallnba poles, paling
of sawn green-
i also Inducted in this
vessel's cargo.
rnan si Lucia, aha schooner
' t'niied Pilgrim S." brought sup-
ptles of treih fruit including
'i'i, i and
charcoal while the hiMiner
'Morie Stc'la" brought pieces of
'fur use ut Seawell
along with 100 tons of coal In
bulk
These a hoota wt re malm
ieiil. in The L'an.i-iiaM' vestei -
lav to dlacharaa then eargoes.
QUICK HKALTH BHAKPASTf '*
Doil2cupsof waier Add ss!r. When (L
boiling, sdd 1 cup >f Quaker Obis If
Cook it, stirring, fjr 2Vi r.inu:es. "tw
' Thai's .11-
OUR
GUAft ANTIC
De Witt's Pd)s are
manufactured under strictly hygienic
.onditions and the ingredi'nU con-
form to ngjid standards of pun;y.
De WITT'S PILLS
fo> S 28 Return From
Bermuda
A secoud batch of 38 Burbu
U his relumed to the Island from
llermuda on Wednesday by Ihi
motor VsssMl "CJolden Hanger"
rhesa men have Imm-H thmwn 0U1
of jobs because of the closing do* n
of H.M. Dock Yards.
Ileturning were J. Henderson.
II Pollard. M. Drake, A Hunt-
A. Husbands. L. Knight. C
'la>lor, O. I'rescott. J. Eoide, N
Brathwalta, R. Grimth. C. John-
son, E. Clark, s Lord, C w
rell, G. Retd. R. Yearwood. W
W.inell. t; Wi-h h. C. Crawf-ml,
F Maiding. J. St. Clali Kvehn.
G Foide. C. Best. C. Wilson,
C Si Clair Als. V. Ward.
11 Small.
Tliis butch consisted nf skilled
and unskilled labourers, carpen-
ters, masons and mechanics
The Odd Rasuser left port the
for Trinidad
2 For Neghgeoce
11 m .-. iruj |ha motor lorn
M.1605 wlthoul duo oara and
attention on Watarford Road on
Apni ; tivme Uoyd ol Coslymon
- costs to
be paid in 14 days or In .tef.iull
one month IroprisoanMnl by HH
Worship Mi B. Griffllh. yesterday.
Hospital Staff
P; lha oataala On Uir liiaraaap nl iih
stag of Irir Ori>ei'l HsS| <
bk place In Ina I .
Tuad>T Hun V C 'Jala was rational.
* ki>i>i, lhat lha nunilirv of pallanl'
v/ap Inrraaalna >aarit and thai iht
Moliritl Mart was KatfplnS saca
*hJ Mr Mala aald was that 1h
..iv.U.I .! > -at haaping para -Hh
Dutch Ship
Brought 4
Passengers
lot It passsmgers got off here
the ituuh passen-
*tr Inu-i Will.ni.'.a.!
while OS) n* maiden trip lo
Plymouth. Kngland.
Il..v wata II A. V Furde from
C V Richard and V.
Winnefre.! ffOOg La Guaira ano
R E Stoute from Port-of-Spam
The WlHematad"' spent a fe
1 N and sailed on foi
I'l.Mn.'iHh and Amsterdam. Thre.-
sscnger. booked here, took this
rixruinilv. while on lioard the
/esael were 104 intransits
The "Wlllernstad" Is under
miTi'iid of Captain 2okman and
rarriei. a crew of 83 men
NOW FRESH
I'I ItlW l'l(.IO\ (HOW
gel your supply froaa
H. JASON JONES & CO.. LTD.Agents.
V.V.V.\W.V.V.VaV
Sugar Going
To Canada
THE 4.483-ton .Sheaf Meed eall-
hara laalai tlaj to load 2.600
M"iireal and
-J" putiehioiu 2 barrels and 30
.artons of molasses for Port I
i
This ship will be louding for
four days it Is scheduled lo sail
foi Canada on Bunday mghi
Hi.- Sheul Mead I- another ot
! % '- -i ut...- Tetiinnal* 1 ii.i-
which Hade- In-lueen the West
Indies and Canada,
49-YVar-Old
Drowned
LYLE GALL a 48-yeu
' Miirtmdales Road
bathing at Browne's Beach. Bie
Slreet. on Wedies.i..- Maj 11
was drowned about II' (Ki pJO
A post mortem cxaminatloi
.iv 11-id.ime.i hi i'i A s cat
me day and on inquev kg i
ivhtU
tlxed foi
lOfhl
Speeding Costs AS
MARTIN RICHARDS of liulu
try Road, Bush Hull was lined l .1
oata to be paid In h days
n. in default undergo one month
imprisonment b> Hh worship Mi
il (ilTith yesterday tor spevdin.
Sfhllo drivini the motor <,n
M-ttitu on CooatRuUon Road on
April 27
Ttw* police said the car w .,
travelling
Fell From 11 (.-<:
Injured Shoulder
VINCENT HAHEWOOU. a 22-
year-old plumber of I'admorc
V'lUaao, st Philip, was Injured on
tu?. shoulder yesterday morning
atiei Liiiimt fron a hotce ftsOng
Easy Hall Hoad. St. Joseph. The
htuM- is tin- property of Ezra
llarcwood of Philips Village.
St Juvi ph
It is understood that the full
-..-. i .um il iit'..i the h..i.e w:is
. by a noise in a held
t >
Qufffy
FOODS
Widen Road
The Highways and i
an iriossrdni the Ivj itoad. Thi
is par! of lha rausa ol the "buaai
of the M> LottTl Hill "Bus Com-
pany unit previously when trsflic
mel along this road, one of the
[ vehicles would usually have
l pass.
lb MACKKKBL !
Huts, tittle Chip
Marmalade
Tins l.-isMe Koll.,1 Oftf.
.. Swift- rorkham
., Mam I... i
Vral
Devilled
Hams
But*. Macciinuchie'-.
Tomufo Ketchup
HARRISON'S broad ST.
IN VIEW OF THE UNCERTAINTY OF THE GAS
SUPPLY MAY WE REMIND YOL' THAI WE
HAVE A COMPLETE RANGE OF
FALK OIL STOVES
including
FLOOR MODELS-2, 3 & a burners
TABLE WITH 2 BURNERS
YOUR INSPECTION OF THESE HIGHLY
EFFICIENT AND VERY POPULAR
COOKERS IS CORDIALLY INVITED
HIJMBEK CYCLES
HAVE ARRIVED
BOOK VOI II OHUEH VOW!
TELEPHONE 2364
ALL CYCLES WILL BE READY FOR
DELIVERY WITHIN A FEW DAYS
III .111*1 III II--------IIS
HARRISONS for HIJMBERS
DRINK & ENJOY
that the
other
; INCE & Co.. Ltd.
I; DIM 1116 ICXiUCK ST.
COOLING &
REFRESHING
23c TIN
A dazzling smih
A Pepsodeiit smile!
Such
brilliant
white teeth...
It's I num. ei.IuMvc to Pep^-lcm, which removes
dangerous film and lassajfcttl) ma tceih
rnakes them )iiier, your *mi!e brighter. DcBtal
ggissssaloMamBoriiofaa^eahn I i learning
agcr.t than I.ium,so >hangc to I'epMHlcni t nUy,andi
ti Usnenccinibewl hai I ^th.
Etc.
ikk suutis craw
Of wlnl-'. grey anil blue.
Each
hurt sleeves, shades
_____SI.7I
TXBBY CLOTH Short slrvvi*,, in white and malic.
Each______________________S-1.62
ARROW SHIRTS White Irtth coll-irs altached.
EM 14 to IB.
Each______________________NJ9
BOYS' KHAKI SHIRTS. Collar attsched This Shirt
is used for Harrlsonlan boys. Sixes 12j to 14 Ins.
Each__________________1___S2.O0
OTIS VESTS. Iltavaia. Size. 38 lo 48. $! 06 I $1.09
BOYS' TOOTAL TIES a wide range of deigns
Each
lc.
Cave Shepherds Co., Ltd.
10, It, 12 4 13 BROAD STREET
TOOTAL TIES In 3 qualities
Popular.......... aae.
Standard....... Uc.
Special^
SI.lit
i > of Patterns to
make your Selection from
POLKA DOT BOW TIES
In navy blue
Each_______81.01


PACE SIX
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
FRIDAY. MAY 26. 1950

HENRY
i^JKfWl
'>
6
BY CARL ANDERSON I
m-'VHj
>~-s:J^
czilzj
h
Q.-
MICKEY MOUSE
___a
T*. >.*. WS VVS9E i^vftOa-CAIST
- N WATCHBDI ,----rr--------""-------
BLONDIE
BY CHIC YOUNG

THE LONE RANGER
l&LRUE? .' ? i i V'lO i-----

BY FRANK STRIKER
(OEiP.1) I HJBl Of LUMEN WiPEtF
[^ r-^' THAI 0OC STUB'S i-. ." NO
.Z.StW'S. B. i '
K. O. CANNON..........AW* fcB'JE'!TURE-Vm<1 WHISK;)
DM *W / I CMO NOT KNOW I WAS
tWTaWLtTlNo TITt-
A-TBTf ..UT
p* . mnu 6MW0N M*oe.
./ .. ..; Mil AHVbMff [L'..l A ,.
k rt AM IN TR0LT6U | >:%;
^J ViC *" *y iAy sr** T'
_v N-*\ VCU -UP GMlS "I
' - a
BRINGING UP FATHER
BY GEORGE MGMANU'
iv ocao to tea
MX ph n9 *--'
MAPPY TOO*V-
DPOv
WV MCXA.OM'T I
rr-s ksablv roic i
TmE ACTE.7VJOON-
ANO its been a verv
plea&amt cwv-*jcy
A FIGHT G fiV-iN A
iT-fi HASP TO
BELIVCO
BCTTBR PistM
I MMSLP-MAvBE
M NOT KVE'
VES-THr& -, MP6 JQ66-
I *C t-D L*ti *OU TO
COME CO-)*- OvEB -1
jjffT .'ALTS UP MV MJ*JO'
*6L.L-i'M GOING TO STA*T ]
T*KIH0 Mv 6*jCJWG USViQML.
AGAfrJ -I -AJ6T DMOMTD TO*"
*? (.ADGnZA to J
,___________ CCMSOVSH" ,
I I NtfW iT I
| ...
WHETHER YOU ARE A
SMALL USER
YOU DESIRE THE
BEST TEA SO USE
RED ROSE TEA!
IT IS GOOD TEA.
Proud
of all

-hate bo B-mr. .aa> mk
HARPIC
WILL
| "COUNTING SHOT
HELP YOU TO
SLEEP?
If Ircpl'MitMB it canard by bwif
ovcRirrd, iwrvoua. run-down m
winirl it takca more than
counting ihwp" M hrlp you
alrrp. Though you loss and turn,
hour aft.r h..ur, you can't "wWV'
yourwlf to at W
Many rtn1 lhat taking a tonic
rfuWy It bvnrncinl anil hrtpa
ifccm ft mot* nily nt niht.
And Dr. Char'. Nrv Food is
hen iih ilniuwrni*' Fur
thr Vitamin Hi, iron aiiO other
nawdt'd mineral! it contain* arc
otniair ju.t what your -\-tvio
utcka And Dr. Chaar'a Nrtve
Food don ao much to build ju up
by inarnaina. apprtitr and im-
proving dif< ation.
So il worry. any, mn-down
condition or thr atrrauoua pacr of
modrrn living ii upariting your
ncrvca *o y-ou can't rrlax andraat
tr\- taking Dr. Chaar'a Nervat
r -.1 w -Ink. Tbrnamr"Or.tf
Chaac" ia your aaaiuance. 11
t-*-'-a9"t4aVX
RIP KIRBY
f"X'M fllV.M' BREAKS TO NOaKCII
TOu'BB SO N' TO JAi_ .'. TH |
AAORAY It" -rOU OON'T TALK. .
NOW|
BY ALEX RAYMGiY.
[I'LL "IX VOUR MlNVOH VVUSI '*>OJ |
COPS WANNA CiNO TVa| Mia ,T>j'aa
LOOXIN' t0 MOTCOOT iT TO ThI a
'gC*T.iriSLqj(

THE PHANTOM
LEE FALK
RAY MOORES
THCPIWltolS FUUOUSA tthe\
pt&micncN oealt rows
IFICOUit'ONiy FflCNPS.
[0-S0MEIUIN6*
IM HELPLESS
NOW ALL THE JUNGLE WIlLKAl ?E
NOME CANaAHDAOMNC:
Will COME TO SEE TMEAPEIPCl
UNISH 5U-
THEY HAVE THE PHANTOM -ME .5
: ;s-ali irufo*us..
SOME THF APE IDOL WILL BULE j-.
5iv
Housrhuhl
lrqnii RINSO, Pck........Ifc.
DISPA SOAP
POWDER ....... 25c.
r.ODDARD'S
PLATE POWDER 18t.
CHEMICO
CLEANSER 28c.
MIN CREAM 0c. A 20c.
ONE-O-ONE.......21c
HARPIC 8Bc. 47c.
BRILLO /.......... rsc.
Ii. kl, s A
KaucM
PICKLES AN SAUCES
MORTON'S MIXED
MI'STARD
PICKLES ..... Sic.
MORTON'S PICKLED
GHERKINS ..... 81c.
MORTON'S SILVER-
SKIN ONIONS Tic.
C. B. COCKTAIL
ONIONS ........ 70c.
FRENCH CAPERS Oh.
MORTON'S
PICCALILLI .... 7c.
GREEN LABEL
CHL'TNEV...... Mc.
WAtNUTS T4c.
Coffee
MAXWELL HOUSE
COFFEE. 1-lb, tin J1.42
CHASE A SANBORNE
COFFEE. 1-lb. tin S1.48
BLUE MOUNTAIN
COFFEE. 1-lb. pck. 84c.
t-lb. pck. 45.-.
CHOICE JAMAICA
COFFEE .. 75c. A 40c.
O.K. COFFEE 1-lb. 43c.
NESCAFE 84c.
Extract* 4%
t ..lulimt'iils
BOVRIL. bnts. $1.60.
90c.. 80c.
oxo, Mb Mb **
MARM1TE,
hots. 97c. 60c. & 32c.
MORTONS CURRY 44c.
FOOD YEAST 74c.
CEREBOS SALT 3tc.
CELERY SALT 3c.
DRIED SAGE 47c.
UammUdr A
Syrnp
KIELLER MARMA-
LADE ...........51c.
COOPERS
MARMALADE 63c.
TRINIDAD
MARMALADE . 36c.
CHOCOLATE
SYRUP..........Sic.
LTLE'S GOLDEN
SYRUP 43c. 4 23c.
LOCAL HONEY ... 38c.
HARTLEY'S
MARMALADE 38c.
BEMA MOLASSES 23c.
Wine*.
Liqueurs, etc.
POLILLY, 1943 ... 82.88
FOULET-GRANNB
RESERVE (1943) 13.611
SANTENAY 1942.. S4.no
FINDLATER'S WIN-
TERS PALE
SHERRY.......$4.90
DRAMBUI ....... S8.00
MCEWAN'S STOUT 29c.
BREDA BEER 2c.
t'tintrrlionrri
FULLER'S
CHOCOLATES.
1-lb.....12.27
Mb......Mc.
BLACK MAGIC
CHOCOLATES
tin...........11.75
FRYS HAZEL NUT
CHOCOLATES,
packs......$1.62, 90c.
FRUIT CENTRES,
hot. .......... 84c.
ASSORTED
CHOCOLATES
pek........... $1.(8
priHiiEl
EsKWU


FRIDAY. MAY I. H5I)
IIARR 1DOS ADVOCATE
PACE SEVEN
CLASSIFIED ADS.
PI Bill >OTI(TS i
TBI
imh -;.\
LOVKLL AI.VIN C LOVELX tllin
lormm, of Beefelee Bo*a m U.er-
10I. ImlMd on IBlh May. IMS
B O. hpn Ami roe
M540 In
IN MEMORIAM
In loving memory of ae*)
arm Huatend ai jmiT nri i
H -ir*f> on M*rv Bt'K !M
On* ye-., ha. u,1
When IK* on* w* lmer) >-. ealle-
Th- i.io. e-aa lOVtai II.* ehnck aevere
We did not *v*n know lhat .if. n
But Jeeue knee, what a/a* heel
And tank daar uni 111. Inn. la M
Bv-r '
Bal*.r,.v* .
and *evm oilier chiWIi
i n iu:vr
r*OUSe>
BEACH HOUBKDowar. fully funnel
Ma Jane and Julv Dial 17S. lira C
< i^faiun or *MT. kj M
junto rt
(V"i"in'i Rued. I
"or paMicuiai.
11,.
> lk> ".(iu heldlne .f,.lilt, i.r.i
>*eii r\t M\M.t l-la Mail.. l
Leer
TAKX .VOTlCt that I lb* owner of
'it* abov* Pianlallon am about to obtain
- Mam ol CltO urtd-r >he prm-lakoni of
ir>e aboro Art eatatreri the ga*jg
I" I*-0"** ol "* Aartruttural veer IBM
No man** h*- been borrowed umirr
IB* Agrievtitura] Alda Art. IBs*, or lb*
above. Art laa lb* pae* ma* *> in
Bay tt.eet am in.
. running water or.i
*'"* *Pt>l>
MlSln
emernOered br Ado>i I
FLAT I ..i* tor
Ml " mudem
m**- el Iroan (
Wheel, linen and ,
M S
In loving maannt-i of our dear htiaband
and father GBOHOC AUBBtV CHAW
TORD. who tall aal**p on M*> ISlh !**
Jeeue liton brat he railed lb* o"e w*
kaveel lo real
And rould not aave
To yejti who have a h jab and
Chenar. him with ro.r
For you never know value
Until VOM ear Ma want rhalr
our h*arta
From lh*a w* would never, have
to par*.

*rtlr. OMI aaj
llt-A-nir-TFJJV On In* iY.hr Coa.l
| lor lha month* of June and July Pull-
rurnMard Apply Mr* A D Herbert
Cordova, Chrlit Churrr. rh..l SSte
M 9 90 4n
r heaven halh (bin
U
W* will meet never to part agpun (
P.\.' kj he remembered bv Hut" Cm
lord i"1hl Baroaford. M.irtln. Auatii'
Brtir.*. Aub*>. P*tar. Paul laonai. J.
m.-^iiMrr* Tmt\y Bar* I nw-l h*r In law .
Hlpr famil* and Draua Bladra >frirnda'
M r> so i.
In lovini mamory of our da*r mothar
BBPnv-A m.AVOUBV who dapartad
lhi. lif* on MHh M*y. 1M
On* tva- hav* |aau> dnc* lhat aad day.
h*n lh* o.* wr lov-rd VH HaM
away
Tb* to+ow au auddan th* ahwk aa^-ar.
W* mil* knrw lha d*th wm> iirar.
Pul J*ni. kt>*w lual whul abM !-'
And look daar motbar horn* to rort
Ivor to br latnambrtrd bv W S
ja.111111 Mr* aiadv. Vniing. Bamli*!
DaAid mrm J- 5 In
|n toartafcl mnrv of mv amr mnttaw
rOKA%UN'U I.ASH1XV. v.lo IHI -lr*P
)ll J-th IH
r i-t with th* IM,I.
A"uant So Irt It b*
And all th* grlaf tl
l*i thla aupport oach fainting hmar\
Thou I-ord our aaj-ctuaay art
Bv*r lo b* r*m*mb*r*>l '>v h*r damMi-
G-rtn-ina. Laathtry. Sarah H-yn5','^"';
Mill SALE
IMP it n*w
an
M 3 Mt-ln
CAR Aurtln BMP In prrfrvt run-
nuul order Apply: A. W Teenpro
I'hone 8140 O 5 M I n.
CAROn* (II Fluid Drlv* Dodg*
-lLiippni with ratdio and n*w tyira
Car In parfart coatdiUon Good aa a*w
<*pply: D. Ifarvy Rpad. Co Canadian
H-nk of Caupaita. IIIMtn.
FURNITURE
FUR74ITURK Knllra ronlant
jiilioliitxd 4 room Flat. A mar
radar furnltur* Rvrrvthmfi
.,*w Pbone 4H0 ft
POULTRY
laylrjf
riiontka <
I '-.'; IMU'l.
lit Jim*

. kllrhan. WC balh
Ak*
VIVIIJ^- it HI lawitniy Cap. Ch
rh r.,.nin. diawlna and >!inlntt moi..
thrr* balh Front lit June Apply D'Arrv
lUaU, Cr.it.al Auction H..rt
je5 3n
anCraa r>
TIVRltTON Fflralhclvdr Ihr** i
B*drooma rent MOW par month f.<
-i July For particular* apply
Maw* Carrliunon Sraly. Lt
Mraat HMO II
IMItlll SALES
HfTIOf*
ll> ,. .triirlHmi f lb*
pany I will Mil at Ihr rmiHTESV
(5ABAC.F. WHITE HARK on FHIpAV
Jfith at 1 p m I Opal fl*da C^r ...
aaad to Oral Tarn.. Caah. H AnCHEH
KEN/II M5-|n
-i..I
at oak nmariT ai.bh ti
UtAL BANK AT. lU
Crranar. haiaiaf flp'rialtt Lira
IA VIEW PlaalaUaa. HI. La.,
TAKE NOTICE that I. th* o.tar ai
'"T *" "ImtaUor. an about to obtain
"' "" " unafcar th* pn luou- ><
ih* abota Act ajpUnM th* aatd r:.-U-i or,
l" "ST" "' *"* A**cull,ir"' **** *>
Mo ntonay naa barn borrow ad undaa
ih* AaTiruliural Alda Art. IM. or thJ
aha-vai Act <*a thai oaa* may t- ]n
laapacl of auch yaatr
Daird ihi. rain <"v of May ItAa.
A SIMMONb.
Owriar
M 90 m
NOTICE
<>.....cat** Balai
". I., i
I Mw each >*ar*.
rd ...llar. A but.
htldwifrry
. afaatJ dollar.
.. Man i-
. - ka ,.,,.
iha> work Ai
. i |..i ad !.
w i ctiiiniKa.
SI Phllili
NOTICE
i ,.>. i..-..i I.
Executive Ci
i ih* uptii ai
Tlir panic
I liv t
It Bp.ld* Ih* E>* Ward. A ona toray
building in i,. h. built of wall, wood aV
akann*. and ....jo.I wilh galvanlic
Hi N.t ii a two .lorry Otilldtng jl
bj" 1 built f atone and limber, and
r.ivrrl with aalvaniir and mlnil* ami
t..n...T. of living room, toilet and bath,
kitchen
'* The la.I I* a on* atoie> buHdlrig
afl by IT built of Block Stone and cowed
with lalyanlie. and waled. Thla build
ing can b* of tremendoua help In Ihr
building of a n*w bungalow.
All Ih* above must b* removed within
four In'pr.'tlnn any day eacrpt Sundgv.
from B until Terma Caah.
D' ARCY A SCOTT.
| (..II .\l.UciH~'
H 9 50-gn
la hrrebv gH-en that II la Ihe Inirn
iion ol the Veatry ol Ih* paiith M
faint Jama, in thla lalaiid to catue to
ba inUodurad Into Ih* I^gi.Utore <<
i.i. latand a Bill ami>rtig th* Saint
J-nua. Karbh Loan Act. IMg 14I> 31
lot the purpne* of auUiortaliuj the a.n
Veatr* lo erect and equip Ih* propoaad
Diapanaary mantmnad in th* vnd A.
on land* of th* mid Vaatrv nor Ih..
Irweiuninouae caUed "Folk*>tone" i
ih* pariah of Saunt Jam*, tnatead of in
h* yard of the Almehoua* of lb* aald
ptrlah aa mentioned In tha tuUd Art.
and to ntenteal Ihe tun* for conunenc-
ntg Ihr rrpayiitaait. over a period of 1
'*aau-a. of the eum or aum* to h* bar
rowed under lha aald Act. from 1IHV
la mi.
fatted tha EM day of May 1W
YTARWOOO A- BOYCR
REAL ESTATE
us so
I'lOEO.NS Several paira. Black an1
Red Canteatiy Pigeon. Apply P. D
Maynard. noilei. St Jamea. oi Dial EMU
, i Mt-ln
LIVESTOCK
TllltEE COWSOn* graded Ouerraan
M pi. par da>'. Ill graded Gciery < pt>
per diay il> graded Oe>r**>- haavy In
ralf. all Ihroa young cow. Apply
I-i.lhbert Kogera, Rica, St Philip
3d i SOgo
PUPB-SW if) Bull and Terrier Appb
Culhberl Rngara, Rlrea. SI. pt,Mlp
M 9 War.
MECHANICAL
MISCELUNEOUS
A SCALE BRAM iTookry) 9-lona In
perfect working order, apply Eger
Dial IM* ___________ y ***-
ANTiqUXB of rrary d*acriPiv>n
Olaaa. China, old Jawala. fine SUVer
I'fiMlgun Early booka, Mapa. Auto-
rrapha. etc al Oorruigae Antique Shop.
.. to- ca lM_UM_
mr-t and TRUCK TVREBWa carat
Ihea* world renowned Engltah Henley
Tyrea U lhat delete tha n*c*n>lly of
ualng gn overaife at a con.iderably higher
price gnd we Invite you to drop In and
+t* them, learn more about tyrea and
tave mon*v. John F Hutaon Lid. Rhep-
i .-,,1 sit..' MB.M-ln.
ENCUJSM POTATOES-Suitable fo
planlinfji. 90 lb boKe* at r. p,r lb
I1.H-.1.I p....-'- A Cu I '.1 11 li Street
Hi 5 40 3n
FOOD YEAST-Rlrh concentrated vita
mln food contain. BI Price 74c. lb
Obtainable from all Grocer, and Drag
Store. SI 9 M 3
MANTU8 Juil rrreavrd
r-ieiii 300 c P aMuaiaaii
Rn> Stm-t. Ik-tdgntuarn. 1
MEW It>TTERS-Dinah Shor*. Frank
Sanalra. Ring and all tha raat C
m-d gel, but quick
A r.AHNF-i a, CO LTD
M S ft* I
For your record player
luding Ruby arid Bnpphlre
ait naadlaa lo play eat
OKALVA Anti-cold and Inftueru .
loblata. One vet glvea proterllnn from
lotd* and influaauta for tour month*
On ml* al Kmghfa Drug Store*.
23 150 3i
PENS HA I I
((INTER PENS m
."coloure Price II each
each DRIVE WEATHER
3.9(W.3n
Tha undrralgned wilt eat up for male
it |.i.l.llc competition at our Office No 1*
High Street. Bridgetown, Friday the
i-.il. day of May 1*90. at t p.m.
The dealrahle freehold dwelling houa*
called -COLLEEN" iltuata at FMi Olflce
(iap. Worthing
Tha dwelling houae comprlaea Veran-
dah on 3 aide-, drnwlng 4 dining looma
3 Bedroome. Kitchen. Toll*! and Balh
mding on I ni aquara faat of land,
lapecilon every day except Sunday
r lha Vealry

NOTICE
between the hour
appllrj
R B Par
md a p
lara and rotidlHom of i.ilr apply (
COTTLE. CATFORD ft CO
l I -- tr>
WORTHIVf] vim. r
iii-th.i rmi.i ( p
Modern fully fumUhra.
.1 I
bathing
Urge living room
dlmiig mom. Iwo bedroom* to which an
i-nir.. bedroom can be added If deal red
Tiled bathroom with tub balh and .hnwei
not .nd cold water i and built In linen
upboard. tiled kitchen with built In
tone cupboard and new Phllco combined
lefrtgaraaor and deep freeaa. Urge
1th hnoda. Mavl French doom, larg*
loirf gar.tge and -erv.nl. quartan With
mlel and ahowar. lha houaa la taatefully
riiiahed. tha bade hav* both deep deep
11..I Ikinloplllo mallraaaee. ahlnglad roof
-iluhed pl'e floor*, lha garden contaliu
g-BButwru. tropical flowering Uinih. and
n Mlrn>. amall orchard with dm*, pawpaw,
mango, tamarind, breadfruit, and plum
liar., wire-ma ah encloaad lock up
.rget.ible gardart and tool ahrd. colaaaed
irivfw.m and (*rdan palha. will be .old
i- f ,n.idied If daaarrd. Attractive prte*
I'hone owner KH8 bet ween 10 am
md i> in MS 90 an
We will .el up for Sale at public ton"
r Office No IT High Street,
' day aa
Bridgetown
i Friday I
I 30 i
i Mth day |
AIL THAT two atorled Wall Building
tending on half >',> Agfa of land at
FlagalafT Road. CUpham
ir Building comprlaea:- On Ihe
Ground Floor: Shop and Bakery. On
Ih* Aral floor3 bedroom., Drawing A
Ing Room*, and ona large unflniehcd
Gallery
Impact ion any day on application lo
Mr. Joaeph St Hill, on the premlaea
For further partlculara and Condition.
of Sale, apply to the underalgnad :
COTTLE. CATFORD ft CO
I'EHSO.XAI.
The public ar* hereby warned aalna(
giving iradll lo my wife ISA MVLIJr.
nea.Spoonar). aa I da not hold myeelf
laaponalbla for bar or anyone alee con-
tracting any dabt or dabl* In my name
..ii lea* by a written order algnad by rpr
Signed LI-OYD MUIJJN
HoUtaraal. St John
NOTICE
ROLLED 1ATS "Cl!ma*~ th* baat
produced in Holland Excellent nourlah-
mant for th* whole family Obtainable
al all grocer. M4.9f>--4n.
TYRES-Trurk and Car tyraa In the
fallowing ataai m i a. ii i, n i i
7fa> a SB. 3D 9. alao arveral car tyraa
Enqulr* AITO TYRE COMPANY. Tra-
falgar Street Phone MM
YACHT. Shamrock" Length 11ft
ln*. Beam -,n In A 1 Condition.
Apply Rai|*i Hunia co Mannlagr ft
Co. Lid ElacUlcal D*pt Dial43a*
JO 9 JO T F M.
YACKT-Mall.rd deatg..
fT Beam V S Recr.il I v ov
t..intad. apply Hugh W*
Ba i.i.ir i
WILLIAM ARNOLD JOHNSON
deeea.ed
alMi known aa WILLIAM JOHNSON
NOTICE I. hereby given thai all par
on. having any debt or claim again.
it affecting the Estate of William Amok
oh neon, d*c***d. al known a* Williaa
oh neon, late of Baa ten Road, In Ih
Ity of Brldget..wn in thla It land, who
aih day of N. -.
i:! ITRiaiY GIVEN that It i. thr in-
tention of tha under ug n n| MAJiiK
AITIint REvnoU) pYjarrET) [,,ri.-
AI HURT LYNCH. ILAI.IIl ARNOLD
I'HARD. CLAUDS DUDIXY lrjlMrtrTY
JtMIN EUSTACE TrlfSrHXaRX
BHAMOtBR, PIERRE CHAR1JX
SAMUS. MAFFKI. DR WILIJAM
FRANCB KEKJt. Un.TB.NA.ST F1JX).S
HAIJYHJR GRANT. II V. II II r II T
AIJJn'NE DOWDINO. CIIAJUJte
STRAGHN MCICEMZ1E. CYRIL BRUCE
nitOOKS, and THEOPilILUS 1AW
HAHRIR mambera of and coiuditulliu
Vtm Board of Uaa Barbadoa Amateur
Holing AaaocUUon, to erne lo be in
t..-luaad into lha Houa* of Aoemblv
if thla laland a Bill declaring thrm to
l>e on* Body corporate and politic by
Ih* name of THE RAIUIAIHas IUi\IN(.
HOARD OP COMHOL with perpetual
auceaealon and a Common Seal
AHTHlm REYMOtjy Ktrf*iT.II
LOUIS ALBEHT LYNCH.
I Al J-ll ARNOIJy BEARO.
CLAUDE DUD1J5Y KAMaEV.
JOHN EUSTACE THBODOHE
HHANtKrjl
1'iFJtKE charueh samufjl maiit:i.
wiij-iam nuncia KEHH.
F.IJON BAIJFOUR ORAKT.
IIKKIIEHT AUXYNE dowthnu.
CHARLES STRAOHN M.KIN/II
CYRIl. BRUCE BROOKS.
llll>PIULUN IA* HAIOtU-
VENEZUELANS
TURNED BACK
Ifaan I'aic 5
lafrfaj U lha) holel mduslr> cftfl 0Ol>
ient on mm) rooms for
ntaWtataQCt, Aii.v nccaP-
ary espanwon cn only con .
bout wllh Uic liolcb Indualiv
hill re-lity.
The benoni to ba u--uv-.| don
luunam k evi.tetit to all classaal
There ar* s tww LRxiplc who tiunk
Baal 11 arOUMl m-ihI up the cost 0%
UVnafJ of local rstdfiui aimoat
imrnedlately I have never held
Oast rlrw, Tin- prii.' .ii ffc'K> ha.'
risen (rom one pasua* ;u ten cnU
Mdl without an> iniliix oi ionn-b
As Is well-known, ntllej .ill H
out lotnl Ii Imporiaxi, what objec-
tion could there be lo importing; u
little more to feed vuitoi > if^aaaaV
ing their dollars here, and at Ibe
BBBMI -inif cniploviiiK at a hlfb
luel. rggtaaj pMagtil aTnO are now
employed.
SonielhinK Musi Be Ilone
It la shortsighted for any sec*
lion of the community to want lo
dttrfaad on lunar for on: 1
.'\is:.'iu , |f these people are aatia-
M\l with the present htuiidard of
living their argument may be cod-
Udered sound. For those of u> on
tin thi-r hand who want lo see
btltar iiiiMlltions rome about in
1 .1 ...Imiv vi.Micthiii,: must be
dune .md if a ik not to be tourism
Uaffeo let there be some olhor
secondary industry. I would l.ke
someone to tell mo what othsr in-
dustry would be more profitable,
more lucrative and more advant-
ageous than iu Hotel Industry
Wlnli' in Venezuela I had inad>*
iriquiries about the possibility of
emigrating workers from hen to
that country, but I am afraid the
prospects an- not encouraging.
There is the possibility, however,
that should thev develop laitLf
sugar industry which I ufj
they ore very anximig to do, our
workers mlsht be favourabW
considered for a certain amount
of rontrnct labour similar to that
they enjoyed in the United States
lietwoeii the years I94IV and IM".
I can assure you that if Datl op-
portunity materialises no less an
amount of dollars will ba e-it,.l
bv Rarhndlan workers In thai
country.
/
WVMIII
HELP
KNfilJSIfVAS Ateouaitaivl 10 year.
parlance Far Eoal jtaar* Trtnidad
Eaarutive Puallian fee*.

.... n- 1.1 .ri.,1,1
C 0 Advocata. aa i in
JOI H.XAI.ISM
IHE ADVOCATE naa two raaaaMafN
in it* Editorial Department
On* la far a bright young man leav-
ing School not term and analoua to
maka louanaliam a career.
Tha other ! for a highly educated
man ol um.i... ling intelligence aim
ability to write Kngllah. Th* ularlaa
offered In both ciwea are aa at "active
aa tan ba obtained In BAHil.\IM>b
today
So far letter, of application have been
nimppoiotlng and tha Editor 1. .till
looking lor Ih* light man for in* Iwo
Joba Write giving full delaila to tha
Editor. Tha Advocate M Broad St
i-m 1-11 or st. it 11 11
WANTED 1IE TNE FOUB LAW
(.1 ARUI4.NS
A SUPERINTENDENT 'femolel for
the Almihouar Salary STSO0 per
n...nlh and tguarlar*. Application* will
kg received by tha underalgnad up to
10 a an. on Jl.t May ifaw
A BlrU. cartiflcale and Sfvdlcal Crr-
Clark lo Poor Law Gual
rou Ft
MPLEXION
an ornamem of beauty! and
v. hen your face is disfigured by
pustules, red spots, a rugged
skin, perspiration, etc. then h
is time to try ihe delightful
PUROL POWDER, havmg such
effective healing properties by
its special compound. Ladies,
appreciating a fair complexion,
ought always to have a tin of
Purol Powder ready on her
dressingtable
<.OVIK\>a>\T MMMIS
APPI.li AI'liAS an iiiwi. .1 f : lha peal 1 f MKCIIANIC on lhe>
rent l.tu.'ieh at lkiminu j Apjln .mts must have a tint class
Ifjfj of marine dleael engines. Knowledge of high tfi
wire***. Is an additional qualification which will i.>mm.uwi a higher
salary. Salary according lo qualifications up to $100 monthly
2. Applications should be addrea-ed to Ihe Director of Works.
Dominica, and anoMM reaeh him not later than the Slat May. IBM.
l-J'l:MIJ.a.lr
GOVERNMENT MM II C
Attention Is drawn lo the Control of Prices (Defence) (Amend-
ment) Order, 1950. No. 20 which will be published In the Official
Gazette of Thursday, 25th May, 1050.
2. Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling
price of "Flour" are as follows:-
HETAH. PRICK
(not more than)
ARTICLE
FLOUR:
"E" Grade
Bakers Flour
'"G" Grade
Shop or Countci
25th May, 1950.
WHOLESALE PRICE
(not moie tli.hi)
$7.12 per colton bag of
100 lbs.
$6.64 per colton bag of
100 lbs.
8e |>er lb.
7|c. per lb.
CHANCERY SALE
rv*. "" ,>**n*n*i-B*d properly will It* ..1 up f,
Oflka. Public Buudbiaw, Sbrldg-tv-n. between nooo
" "-dale apecifle,! baabw If not then
a-accenllng Friday at Baa I
pmicukera on application
HUOH OWTN ST ClAIR CL'MHEJtBAU II
1. al Ih* MegiaKatioa
id I p m for Ih* aum
---------------. -- will ba> erl up n wi.
place and during tli* aam* hour. unUI aold flel
THE LABOUR WELPARB FUND (H0U8IN0 L0AN8)
REGULATIONS. I960
The Governor-in-Executive Committee in exercise of Ihe powers
"in i' Of tha ftllfl huiii-tr> I IfehablliU-
'"">. Wl Ra*b a. r.ii.-i Act, 1!M7. I1.-1 .
lha aaUoti b*fj rsasVl
1. Thesa> t.-cuhnmus ma ,,. Fund
. lions, it)50.
2. In these regulations, unless the routes! otherwise requires
-arleui:iii.t| llboSaTsa.' means any worker employed upon
any operations in CQaaaaalCrsB with ihe production preparation
of thai products of agrlculural land.
iiulu>liy lain it; .1 " means a sugar factorv worker and
Bjq ntner WOriblV ilireelly rmplnyed in the sugar industry.
3. Hi Th. 1. shall bd tatrtlafslad .1 fund to be called The
Labour WaasaWi H in Lfan Kimtl (kafjnaaaaaaal "' Fund) into whuh ahall > Bf 1 .11 n -. ihetetn h> the
tkftmtMM In Bkai utlva Caaninl 1 rr.au u- Lt^wui Weii.ue Kund tm
the purpose of ilMsa Ba iatai
(2) The Caovt ' shall appoint a
Manager of the Fund and puctt iher staff as may be required.
(3) All .xpemliture hi in red in connection with the admin-
istration of the Fund shall be d-frayed out of the said Fund
(41 An account Of Uafj nan.lal transactions of the Fund shall
1 ired in raapocl .! the 1 lod to Ual rtlsi ..I March. 1951, and
thercnftei m ri VOCt ol awtn yi U to the 31st March, for transmission
to the Auditor llcner.il for certification and report.
4. (1) The liovCrnni-iii-lxemhw loitumUee in.i.v. sulije.t to
ihe proviaions of these regulations, advance money by way of loan
out of the Fund to am ac.rvulliit.il L.Umiei or sugar industry
labourer for pBVCtMsfnfl 01 00a furtn-iin. or i-itrryiiig out alterations,
additions or repairs to a house.
(2) Applications for 11 > -in shall lie made In wiling addresa-
etl to (he Manager, and shall BfJlsdn full particulars of the house
to be purchased, constructed, nl 1 red. .ulded to or repaired, and of the
land on whieh mi.Ii luiuse ii of hall be situate, the names and
addresses of all i-tmiii- luviiij; any lien or cncuniUrance against sucn
land upon yylii.li 'fie I,.. i 11.ill Ih- situate, and the amount
house or against any intetest i huh the applicant may have in the
land upon whieh the house la nr shall be situate, and the amount
of the loan required and the -naiiner in which such loan is lo be
applied and such other partieu ars as may be required by the Man-
ager. The applications shall 1 e in such form as the Manager shall
from time tu fin* pffaaeriba.
(3) The Cl"i.....-ii: F.\c, niive Committee shall consider
i.kIi .iiphcalion and if he Is of the opinion that a loan may be made.
he shall, subject lo regulation I lieieof, lix the amount of such loan
jnd the terma and conditions upon which it -hall be made.
5. (1) Notwithstanding Lite provisions of regulation 4 of these
regulations the QOrailafll In TlaTMtlTI Committee may authorise the
Manager of the Fund lo CJWTd ill Of any of the powers and duties
conferred upon him by that regulation, subject, however, to sucli
directions as the Govcrnor-in. Kxecutive Committee may from time
in lime prescribe.
(2) The Manager shall conform with any directions which
may be given to him by the QOTBTE* I -m Kxecutive Committee.
(3) The Manager shall furnish a monthly report to the
Governor-iii-F.xe.utive Ciimmitlee. showing the names and number of
applicants for I and number of persons lo whom loans
have been made, the amount of each loan, Ihe purpose for which the
loan IB mode ond th* 'aim.' .md coiiiiilioius u|Nin whclh Ihe loan Is
made.
6. Ai ;is aforesaid shall be subject to the fol-
lowing eoiuht in;.
) the ti>.ni ts 11*. "t interest for the Ural twelve
Uaaatal aM iini.aiier ahall bear inWrvsl ai IK tM
..1010111. 1 in UMUl nail ue rajpNTAhta >XJ equal iiioiilluy,
quarieriy, nai; >i-.ulj in l.oiiienis ol capital and 111-
..uiing .1 petted not exceeding Is years
or such slum 1 ptrJOd as ine l.ovei 1101 -ni-Execuil.e
UOCBlnl OaW 1 mint Ii
11.,. UOti Bg* IUV< < iiinmitiev s.i iiquire, tne
1.1 srltn U inu-i.'i tiiercon shall ba NOITfafl
bj a BUaTaaM* Ol the Intfafl ....... Ua 'lortgngnr
in Uie land,
rat] M mane b) uutaJrjaWb irutn lanai t" Unu
the liuililini;'. ..Itii.iiioii in repairs ol lh< house pin-
gress, so, howt ver, that the total of the loan Oaa
any time DarfON the .oiupletion ot IM UUM exi-
le pi. 1 tut ..: Ual value 01 tin WOfat '.one
to thai time on-Ihe construction, or wiuK.s ininuiiial
the construction ot ihe house, includunt UM I
Inltml. 11 anf, of tiie rnotifpsgor Ih Um land on which
it is situate,
(d) .1 loan Bball not M m-tle ektepl taUf ;i vahi-'M.
by a pafaOB duly authorised by tlie Goveinoi -in-Ext
li\t Commitbw;
lei the loan atMll not, 111 Hi- case of a loan for the purchase,
niii'trucUon. alteration 04 ..'Miti".. exceed a 1.440,
111 the case t,l a aDi.li for Hie lepali thereof. ! levs 11.111
$48 or more than WHO;
I'lovlde,, IhCl I loan hlll.li nut ex. ted siMniy-live
per cent, of the value of the Intt lest of the mortgagor in
Uie propei ly.
. loan is made under these regulations to an agrlcul-
Ktur or a sugar Industry workei, he uliall execute a chattel
DuUding moilgace of the property In res|>ect of Ia4l*0fa llM itaUl
made or obtained, if the Manager so rei|iiin I
The MinifraT. hi agents or servants or any person authorise!
by him in writing may at all leusonable times enter and inspect tl.c-
property in re-.|iect of winch . loan has bean made under these regula-
tions.
Any D> ill. m any application for a loan undo
lihese rcgulati'in*, make a false tateuient OB make UJ
"which he does not baarCTt to < In-t, shall be guilty nf IB ofa-Mf
rrialnst these regulations.
10. Any person who shall sell or otherwite dis|. of. .m
property or any intin-l t 1-on WSJ maefa " 0bUlnad< without the prior consa-nl in writmx
Of the Hinifir, shall ba Kuilly M an offence against these regululloi
ROYAL NETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
ig froan AMSTl.KrtAV. lltiTTrit
DAM A ANT"/ErtP
US. "HELENA" Jon* a Id llth
. ia J a. 71 llT^
BaltU u ri..... ASISTr.HllAM AMI lH I (1
SI. "BONAIRE" May Sath
SB -COTTICA" June Slid
BalliiM lo MAIIEIHA l-l.YMol-TH
Tarsi1 ami AMerrritnAM
Si . Wll I I ll-TMi M** TCth
' irth
liling to THIMIIAH I'AIIAMARtllO
> I i. | .1
:
S BONAIRE Jane IM
r mi aaoN son a co. im aaraa*
CIABsrSE EULNUTtlN HINDS and HUB DOTTIN
i-horom'
land aatuale at lha Uaadei.
ahd of Barbadoa 'made Mi
iwalva perohea and thirtar
I"! "* adnaaaaaaraaaawii , .
ALT. THAT certain parse m
In the parl*h of St Jamaa
Of Iwo portion* caailainli^ ** half peretieai Uie *i. ....
rood tansnly flv* and one half pexenea
aral boundlna; on land* of Fred Alley n*
on land* of th* aaUte of O T. AlMyr
Wale of Catharine Plearod dacaaaad.
Rarhae-I Hind* degawaad -r-1 on II
aanaa anaa abait aa>d bound Tt
dwoUing houaa iharaon and all otraer b-uidina>
"*H fra**old or (hulaali an She parcel ! land araartad an
bulll atandlna and belli*; with all and ever} th* appurfenn.e,
inaasBj rHxx ciasoeo
DATE OF SALE Mth Maj ill o
r.m'tw "
I Of Ih* >
(b)
(0)
tural Lgtl
Made l.y Ihe GdrtntfAOl u-KxecuUvc Coi
leventh day of April. 1850.
nlttee this twenty-
SHIPPING NOTICES
ad to lha underaignrd Daliy |
Here Boad. Bridgel Sth day ot July IBM. after!
1 I -hall proceed to dlitrit
paiii'i cn'itird thereto having regard
only to inch (talma of which I ahall then
hav* had notice and 1 ahall not be lla
'l'-'rit MMl li> an
AND all paraoi
arson of whoaa debt I
lien have had notice I
aaBHBSB] M "- fl
I lo aalUa their a
d. '.w without delay.
Date* thla Sth day ol May. lM>
DAISY SEA TON.
Quallfted EaecMtrl. of th* will of
Will !AM ARNOLD JiHINSON decpaea
b.mi known aa WIUAM JOHNSON
Important Notice
to our oas consumers
IKE '. mi if M OAH
BI-prtY HAS BEEN
PROMISED FOR
ANOTHER \w Ih
UNTIL THE Till MAI
pending necotiatloiu
which It i. hoped will
have a aurceaaful laaur.

Paradisr Brarh t lub Ltd. $
NOTICF. TO MEMBKKS ^
in accordance will, n
M v n, end will -. e t
. CargB and Faawervgeci Ma M
St. Vlnrrnl, Oronad*. Artdaa. ar-
nv.ng a.l..rda*r Balling T.i^day _

B W I SCSeOOMER OWN'F.BS-ABBKICIAT10N r*laphone No aSffl

Canadian \alional Steamsliips
inlTSBOLND flalra Salla
Haaireal MaUfaa
AHY M>DrlXY llth May IStn M*r
can niliSJJi lath Mar S>na| Mar
UADY NIXaXIN 11 M*ff i"f Jun*
CAN CClNHrKVCTOn I '.,.. I.' June
UADY RODNEY Sath Jin. ard July
I^DY NTJSOS ttnd July th Jiitr
t-ADV H.M1NEY Urd Aug *tth Aug
ITU. afar
NOBTRBOIND
IADY BODNEY
IADV NtUON
1-ADY BODNEY
I.A1IV NV.I-MIS
1-ADY BODNEY
Arrtaea s.ili
B'daa II..
h Jun* if th June
FTIh June MRh Jung
nth July Mth July
llth Ai.g SBth. Aug
. istb a*p. Hat Baa.
BlM
ah Mar
and June
lth Juaaa 14th June

SUi Juljr lath July
FTth JU> SUi Aug.
a Aea.. "a Aug.
irrlaaa Arfl.ea
leeaae. Mallfaa
IMh June Hit June
Sth J ..ly IDth Jul*
7th Aug. ath Aug
BHh Aug. Slat Aug.
sUi Sap let Oct.
stth Mar
lad June
IMh Jun*
W Jung
IMh July
th Aua,
Tth Sep.
Mth Jun*
13th July
Uth Aug.
M aaa,
aui oct
By Command.
E. L. WALCOTT.
Clerk, Executive Committee
26 5.90- In
AKt SALS TO-DAY
41 0 W, llulchinaan A Co.
IN AID OK A VEHY
OBSERVING CAUSE
sed v5
on Saturday 3rd June. 1950.
from 9.00 p.m.
Ry order of the Committee.
5 A. G PILE. ;
try X
V I*
//.'AV,V/,'/,VyV.VV-VA.
mmi vRETBEAT" iuB
SIX MKN'S HAY
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BAKRADOS ADVOCATE
W.I. 61-2 In Reply To Oxford's 194
4 Hours Rain Washed
Out Play Yesterday
OXTOBD v
possible on Um tec aid da) ol the Ww [i .
mulch against Oxford University here loos) Faui I ,
rain during the morning s.uk*"d the pilch, but sV at*. Annual
wind the lurf dried slowlv. Tea was laken early jr, r. ''".....fP""; M*""* Thr """"
hope ol play later but the wicket was still w,- ami tha '.",Z*~c" 1~< Mr. s'.v'X
captains decided play today would be Impost! dlefrlbuted ihe prise*.
If conditions permit tomorrow the W si Lndk .fill resum rent earrjad
their first Innings which stand at 81 lor ti lua., ui tv. :,
Visitors Carry Off Four
Firsts At Police Sports
tyiekrl. made in reply lo Osttn I I
194.
The Slart
...
Rriewamaa
Rascal Wins
Second Time
-RASCAL*, owned ana ski;.
pared by Ge-
off honours in the B' l'lj- m il'
Tenth Rckt-u.^ of IIBV
C%rlt*p. Uav on We.li.. q i.i*. ".
lug. " ' viil r
fo* liw Moo
This va*.r.t htm already rcvorde
two seconds and i l
percentage ''
Ninth Began.-
paled in t i il.-

I Bi nd> i I ipl
.
the lour, iw West Indie* team was ' ';-:"": ''i hn
not ii .hi. happier by th..... lit mim-
on we Im -..., Ow ihrssdenln '"' P '' ''' '
I .i utter wind pnvh i (unreal at u
rvmitJUoAa i" BikM ,,: ' d,*0 Sf*r1 '
i (or the touring ,lo,ul p'0***1 ft" *
iMm, the I'nivcrsily won |Ir- to ''', "..n.l.l^ !
ad da ided as bat and put thi '*"' ewd W.-.t limies it. the held went through the precise step* of
Tha icams were:
Oaferd M h H' fin.-v ,t (CtUri I
it. v Dlvecha, a i> loaa, B.
b.bb>cr. D It Chit C. Pt Wlnn,
C u ft. hh.iu. D. Lawta, i P
, s C-fiiipbcli. I. N liartlelt. 1). Hen-
Mnaa
vi..: ;.,ti... j QeaJdard icupt i,
wind. Nine l.at
Viator InaViiiiw ra r<- 4- 1.
llMt Til* llilt'i
won by Araa N 1 tM I apt
l*raM racaivvd ihr cup (oi lln- arva.
At thi- tiii ui tha lu^t evant, Tnn
.1 war, won samely b> 1ii U.r-
jour Polirr, compaliiiK nlhlrlc*
matched pact 1" tha music of the
Polica l
Colonel R. T. Micholiti. Ci
HnlJr^L.nJ ..1m -.. i *"*' >,jl' *" h<"" '""> ^"*ugM m.vi.oiu.. of MIm, at thr and of
hiJf k : ^ih,\, ? .1.? ??! "'>' ,>J" r""'n ,"",N ^ """" ^l Mr*. 8.vaia lor attand-
Zll r ^. L ^, ":.'"""' nl "' ''" """"P "i.K.k.-d back, tag, aml thanked Mm Savage for
? i^0""", ',hrw b'" hu' "; n ,;,,cr Caw miocd u ban pawanttai ihe p. taM
"Tlg?',ua*y .: FlamanHtn wban playlnu Ha paid tribute to Arta No. 4
* Dackward dafanatve itrofta; 2 >f IhaTand Pniicr who had pui
wa* out leg before up a gallant struggle in an attempt
The We^l Indlf-i must have felt ' wr*0t from the Harbour Police
-J? .C. *Z2 *'h' S?-U .".!fr,*d. Ihc coW I00" deal " their " work in th,. Held was not u lively "" TuB of War. Ha then thank.^l
.- Iiaual. The Christ Church " who nad worked haul to mi?>--
tround where the match Is betng H>- Meeting a iuceeaa
l.'aved never rtagei mora than """ follow:
ona i the lasung qualities of tha pitch *"""'. 1**''"
btrul.
V-y lomatl |ha wore hod reached
Cloud", owned :u,d skiti|--.e,l
Jack Bradley.
-Wizard and Hi Ho" did not
Mart while Peggy Nan" starte.1
but dni not flnlsh, Ho
Oils fit" wCtll lo I oh.i Bellamy.
"Magwur. ikippar< a bj vfllli im
At kin son. wrin j. hai i
Its tacond vli'(.-rv f.-r Hie se..*on
Second was Bttgua' awMd
and Bkippeied by UOrald Nlclioll-
',Rogue it basdinj ihe C CIs
tine up and alroady ha* tluve
wins to its credit. 'Ciaiiiiei' .
owned and nklpiierra by Peter
Ince was third.
Twelve ItoaU stnrted in the
Intermediate Cla but 'Dawn '
and "Calypso" did not llnnh
"CoroiwlUi". owned by Johnn.e i"i',* ,ho
Hoi,., .,.. .Xlpprrl_by M. Sa**^ *",h '"
uko JIMP- l-i
' the lot* of 2 wicket*.
41 U M.l.

After Lunch
A shivering crowd of aliout 4.000
found cricket as dull as the
lather after lunch. The Wesi
'.tile* players were heavily sweat-
red and it was noticeable thai.
' l' H "' I' .1 Will, I,
. force, thev
hands in pain The
mid tvlckal put on 48 in 70 m'n-
ulaa before William, with his m-
IHMOMIM. TH* IIHhir **U
lal 3 A Hlrnman: 2nd D
irign. Jtil-M K. CBHlna.i,
piaianer M vd-. I i
Jackie, rame "first Second wai
"Clytn-". owned and skippered i..
Sydney Nuno and I h i i -i
"Invader', uwned and 'kirn-ere.i
by Donald Stoute.
Of the seven hnnts that Matted
in the "D" Class anlv six ilnishad
"Imo" struck Ihe norlhrrn mark
and w(i. disgualilled.
^u:;,r^^X'^ ti ***-,.-fj-*p
Ralsro which now rcjulers three h" "" ,'l,"* "<' reaehe.1
wins. Second was "Ralnblrd". ! BLi" i^? """"" *cl.
owned and rtippered b> Cork,,. Pf ,'' PT"' ,nd B"*1"'
Hotmts .nd llurd wa, R. I) !!,'"'""" Cn'"0.1'' """
Athletic
Heats Today
THE followiim heals for
md ball howled U-wis who hit two-day Intercolonial Cycle nnd
Lvar a yorker. Williams folIawiM Athletic Meethm which taktH
llnf a splendid rotuni catch nlace al Kensington on Mondav.
iron Itoolibyei who baited jukj May 2t and Thursday June 1 will
i rtr 2 and I half hours for his run to-day commencing at 3
42. Wlnn. a left hander. loon P m
Ntoared his intention of enlivening i |i ** p^, 'iJ^T'n.
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B.B.f. Programmes
raiDAV MAY M. UN*
Iltam Tkt Nw. 1 M m N*>w*
A >!> 1 II a m Think an Ihn*
, iiunai. ; a> > m rrr., ,
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THE AiMATEtR ATHLETIC
ASSOCIATION OF BARBADOS
Presents the Wait Indies Cycle & Athletic Slj
AT KEal-SIN(;TON oval
ON WIIIT-MONIIAV. MAY 2STII
and THURSDAY. JUNK 1ST, lSa
the Dtrtlngutthad Htranan ..i lbs Baa Omm)
the Clovernor
Arravcd for the invaalnn are"
COMPTON CIONSALVES (Trinidad I: LINDSAY
GORDON (BO); LAIIUIK LKVV1S (BO); PEARL
OOODING (Trinidad) and Others
For the defence:
KEN FAHNUM, L. CARM1CHAEI, II STUART I)
KEIZAR. A. HUNTE. A A CLARKE nnd Ottntl
Police Band In Attendance
HTIOIITI.IFTINT. I1ISPI.AY AT INTERVALS
Tickets nn Sale nt The Civic SocietyDaily.
PRICES: Kensington Stand :l -; Georee Cllallenor 2/;
I'nroseretl Stand J/: OrmmcU I/- per day
FRIDAY. MAY M. 15II
a-.
Refreshing
as a lovely
summer's day
Sl'MMF.R IIREEZE HA1II TORDF.
in beautiful designs
36" wida....._______
l-HFXK ORCANIIIIS
peuih. mil, pin. Man |
36" wide.....________*-.
rVhkl,
2nd
|n :
Murphy's "Van Thorndyke"
he himself skippered.
Results were1.
'B' C'laaa- 1st Rascal
Okapi. 3rd. War Cloud
'C Class: 1st Mi. win;
Rogue; 3rd. Cannci.
Intermediaie (lass isi Coro-
netia; 2nd. Clytle; 3id invader
D' Class Isi IVic, I';,,.. 2n I
Ramblrd; 3rd Van Tli.irndvke
Asmena Wins
The Oaks
From VKRNON moiu.W
EPSOM DOWNS, May 25
Big French cotton magnate
Marcel Houssac today won the
Oaks, the miles" classic with
Asmena starling second favourite
at live to one.
This nlly by QoTI out of
Astronomic ridden by Kae John-
W inn's exhibitioi
tin .. flat lupait
IM .'.' OltU over
m
the
rather col-
bright spot in Oxford
"urless diaplay.
Wlnn .111 and Jose p Bran Um
nol nut batarnen at ten with ihe
lolal at 175 fnr fl wickets.
"Kid German" Defeats
Ginger Roberta On Points
OW.-.I AhW-fm IW Gcmame. the ll|btwl|h<
i ,< ttj; "" oul s"""1 tor ^""'npion ot Barbados and OtTlcial
irii atter wlnn and Jose had odded contender for the Empire title, de-
lt* runs ti Ihe tea wore. feated Ginger Roberts. Nortluri.
Then the West Indies made a welterweight crUUnptOti, on polnl
Imd start losing the wicket of Rae. in ten rwndfl nt the Uvaepool
who was bowled by Joae. In Ihe Stadium tonight
m I ever at the Innings and. at Oermaine. who was
a won en wa* run out. So stone lighter, gave a brilliant di
accurate was the fast l>owling play of fast counter punching an.'
"i '"' ..nd Uivesha thai Stoll- almost won as he pleased. Hi
iiieyei and Weekes. were kept on had Robert* down for four in ti-
the defensive, though. In the la.l fifth mind and (Of on > Oil
half hour. Weekes became much sixth -Heater
mere active, making several line
drives on laoth sides of the wicket-------------------------------------------------------------
The day's play, ended with the r....,
score at Hi for the loss of 2 wkt* To"" '*
Rain washed out the second "" "' ^uKO
day s piny and the game resume, wu"n
r "lead haliwa"y"up toJny;...tn1' n"a' ,ln>'- weather
the straight to Win by a length l*">itting
from another French fllfy Madame ***
lafarges Plume a 10 1 chance.
Third, one and a half lengths [' ""'
nway was Ihe Biitish Ullv Stella t,' SJ
Polarii starting at 100 to seven. > ii-i
It wa* Boussac's finit win In c '.'.."
this event. Among the crowd f
who saw his initial victory', which r
gained him a first prize of more '
than 13.000. were the King and f!
Queen and the two Princesses
who had come to watch the Royal
f !ly. Above Board, run.
Renter rJI,
FRIENDLY FOOTB/VLL "-
T|ic (icn--f.il ['.^l OllUe "ill
oppose an Empire team at Football J,,J"1"
today at 5 p m. at Bank Hall. J
Representing tha General Post H^n-
Office are; 4-L. G. Campbell. O. L. w,llu
Matthews. K E.'Sealey. H. W. ?'"
Barker. II. W. Cadoaan, S. W.
rampbrii r Worrell h William.
nivr.li.. h Johnton
Banlrtl b Oomer
Jnr b Ramadhlit
It 0 brtraa i. is | b 1.
l wirkru I fr SO. I lor M. I I
'im Siai' "* f" '**' '' "
il'lWI.rNO ANAI nil
H.L 1ST IsMMi
Williams. L. h- Spencer. O. Har- J wiimrrr not out
rli. C. M. Hope, ir A. Armstrong. S S-t.-H "eVT
and H, Blnckmnn. Wr-K \ out !
The Weather
TODAY
Sun Rlars: in am
Hua Meis : 6.11 p.m.
Moon ifii.ll Ms. 11
I i. Mm,. 7 mi [, m
lli.h Water: II 39 pin
VERTCRDAY
Rsinf.il I :-......:ii.:i .H4 Ins
Taaal lot month lo Vclev
d: ill las
li-mperalurr (Ml. I tii ''
1 rmnrrature (Mln.) 755 K
tVInd llirrrlloa It am) K
13 pm I E by N
Wind Velocity |1 miles per
hoar
barometer II a.a. | 31.1R1
13pm I !>
The>11 Do It Every Time
In arithmetic a ass, sycamore
IS STI?ictlv MINUS ESPECiAU.y IN
SHORT DIVISION--THEN MES SUB-MINUS
By Jimmy Hado
But Q9MES rr time to Pivvy up .
THE SWEET-TOOTH DEP'T, EINSTEIN
h;^selc coulr.t rsure it QuiOc'fiR-
WOWI CANDY! FIVE-TEN- U
NINtTSEH PIBCBS! three <{
EACH ANP FOUR uEFT OVZZ- j
6V 3P NEveR EATS MORE't
ONE-TMAT'S EiS"TEENFBoR .'
^j INTO EiSHTEEN-THAT'S *->
j3 BOuR and a HALP MUNKS A '
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