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PAGE TWO SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY, MAY 28. 1*5)1 CROP DIVIDEND GOODS KHAKI SHIRTS -US Bovs 2..-I8 AT GREY FLANNEL TROUSERS Ready-made S.T.S3 EVANS WHITFIELDS American Border PrinU 71 r. Flowered Art Silk* SMIO p. r yd. Khaki Drill >; 1.0.1 1.07 1.17 ENAMELWARE : Plete. 39r. 2*r. Chambers flic. Bowl. 13 c. M R. JEAN IVlltStN. M.r. •er of IM Marks. loiurnad from Trinidad Friday afternoon, attar dua-o.slons will. B.W.I A. .lh re-tid. u> the -Bring Venaut-l.int t.. Barbados lor 111.' bun:. faa-fi urajui^ Up For The Whit-Sun Weekend ARItlVINa I Will] „,,,.. v.'hiunui I,. weekend In wore %  ga, bunch ui Ti -u.lad youngsters THay Kri, inj, j„, u Ghent. Mi*, iiuno, NieK Mr. ii^LZl* 0 • Bd •> %  Tucfcar I .'HM.U Th. „]. war. mat oa arrival *~~ r~p oc Trtoldad-in. .n holiday aere and a r-lw B. rb ,. %  ••" %  and th.,. pnnM a* ,.. arrlTeln mil, -bouqw.> 'tons aad hihlawt alias ahem it slaying w iih f-~ i .-lauona 10 WorHu and th, ltk Mr. MM Mr, Sam Mai ^OAZ6 ^jailing reare 'ii' r. k e" GLOBE THEATRE Last Sbowinc To-Nile. &.M "ONLY VMill.s HAVE WINGS" Carv (TRA.NT Rita HAYWORTH Jen ARTHUR SPECIAL BANK HOLIDAY FILM Monday 29th and Tuesday ::mli. S.M and K.M "BARBARY PIEATE" (Sword Fighting Adventure! Donald WOODS and Trudy MARSHALL Short I "SNAPSHOTS OF THE STARS" Wednesday .list and Thursday. June 1st. S & ft.30 M.G.M.'s CoUmal Double . "THK GREAT SINNER" With GveRory PECK and Ava GARDNER And "AFFAIRS OF BEL AMI" With Georiie SANDERS and Ann DVORAK BANNED IN 2 CONTINENTS AND t W.I. ISLANDS Pi-am all account* th* wee*. J puni to be a big rwnt foe %  -H-erned , there are dan PKTUCS etc.. planned At the atrpotl lo inert v Mr (^otttvAn Ian Ex-Q.R.C. Student M R. AKLEN COOK who has just Wt cjJl.C., Trinidad, la now in Barbados for a month's holida% He arrived recently by B.W.I A and U staying al "Crystal Waters". Worth! nil. He is the aon of Mr Han. Cook, well-known boxing pr.> moUr of Port-of-Spain. Trinidad RunningRation M ACDONALD BAILEY. Trimdadian sprinter and A.A.A champion, la maklnf 19M his big year for an all-out attack on world records. Consequently, he is "rationing" hla appearances in Britain. To minimise the danger of over-running, he will leave his programme to be arranged by his doctor who will act as his honorary m-mager. Recently. In the Caledonian Games st the While City. Mac ran the fastest 220 yd*. ever to be recorded in England Back To School I N England for the summer It Rawle Jordan, headmaster •>* Grenada. He ol hai come to attend Oxford's Summer School for Graduate which tx gins on June 30. The subject t( u .. %  -r i UY-tern Europe since 1870" and covers the political and o Dunn M. Not Miss Pat Srtey,.* %  ava here on holiday % %  %  1 Brooks. Mr H. i 11 are! I'amutvejf. for Twenty Ytlrs MAKY JONES, a Bart>a iinniiDhistory, literatu. liiltiMiphy of the period %  tayinl in Hailli. I. V. % %  .'1 h**tirta> liberof TC \ %  ho h*v it i i hara WJ-WVtTiM-ROWHkN is-two Man IUIMIIM KNiettl -SIMMONS BYRON Written e-t>M<*d M O-teetee tt- IICIIII Nim i IVIIIC MissitiEii ... o'•> *'. I. A. .I" .J*. 51 WILL BE SHOWN AT THE l.Uilil FROM FRIDAY JUNE 2. NO INCREASE IN PRICES in !w*m> yaar* imnd from Montreal yesterday mornint: by TC.A. lo spend a Solids, in Bartsados Mini Mar, Hayne.. nahMT ol Mr. A a Harnat. ' amoa. in, frinxk who mri Mr al Seawall. Ml* I Jl I mi About the Trinidad Flower Show V|ISS E SHE]'HERD Srcre%  arralngi U"'* iiinii. naaai tram. Iii %  • % % %  ••.)> %  >" " adimraUon .urtlrd n. and nop.lo til u. name fu }oi I mu.1 haarulj conjTaluUIr aU. Tha balance ol tha anow, in. The condition and packina waa '"hibiu and dcciraUona 1 cancxcWIent. and I only wuh you •* desrnbe on paper, bul ll an ,ild have heard the ciclamaaiTounl u pubuahed. I will aend Uooa a* each waa opened. It a cutUug The miniature garden would hai. compenialed all lor 'com Government Houae had a their trouble and worlt. At the bad o* Phlox flowen packeu Jiow ihey wrr. slajed on a table loethei I did not know there In front >l the ortlu.l Section ware MI many m ;he world. Be several stand! ol table on Sumla* Lad, Kanee Ajilhutium hybrids t..r compeu. ,rt cups, etc ..nd tmn. they even decoraled Ihe accepted wuh profuse thanks my plliare. There musl li-v, been Vanda Hemana I think of all Ion* over a thousand, no cxas,ir ,-ahibiu this spike ereatod aeration. At ihls Prize ajviiis ihe nuat admiraUon. with marl%  >>> 1)1 Gillette, tha ITcsidcnt „, Vancouver. TrUiidad Horticultural ; \nan is well k pi Montreal, left seaweii by ( Rat-tat-tat I.C.A. Suff Return p IB1T WILMOT, gener.1 S^ytiS" 1 JJ man. T of the Berrou,!,' kJ Mnntmil Mafl who have Broadcasting Company, was in ton liuliday returned London for n brief stay In B.-[to Canada >Tstcrduy by T.C.A. muda ho la called the "Machin They were Miss Lois Achurch, %  ."" %  Broadcaster", a nickname Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Ibdbtn WBO 'imretl after letters had appeared were ftaytni ..( UM (K-can View ' the local Pre*. aooul tn# .—^ and Mr Jack Robinson who were "' Ml broadcasting commentati hank InCanada (or Son's Wedding I NTHANS1T from Toronto yesiinii.y for Trinidad b) li wan Mr. ,HK! Mrs Jan i I They were in Canada lor six weeks for tha marriage oi their !,on Allan to Miss Helen Dunf^'v THE (.I.OI.E ANNOU.NCES THE RESLMPTION oi the Popular LOCAL TALENT SHOWS STARTING ON JUNE 16TH WITH MCiM'a. "NANCY GOES TO RIO" :o: With CARMEN MIRANDA.. Persons with Talent of any kind are Invited for Audition On SUNDAY, JUNE 6TH At 9.30 A.M. >*OWeW-W////// ys'^yy/eV/'x^v-VA' YOUR ENTERTAINMENT DIARY EMPIRE TODAY Li:, and H.45 n m MONDAY and TUESDAY 4.45 and X.JII 20th Century Fux presents"OH YOU BEAUTIFUL DOLL" : Extra : W.I. Team in England WEDNESDAY 4.45 and Ut THURSDAY 4.4S Only 20th Century Fox presents 'aiCHWAlT [OKIE act 110!. -nun llltllLL mii'i'mii • min un'm THURSDAY NIGHT at Ut MADAM O'LINDY & TROUPE On Stage in "CARACAS NIGHT" The Show of Shows. ROYAL TODAY and TOMORROW 4.M and Ml Republic Big Double "VALLEY OF ZOMBIES" : With : Robert LIVINGSTON—Adrian BOOTH And "BRAZIL" With: Virgina BRUCE ""**"" Edward F.verelte HORTON TUESDAY NIGHT at IM MADAM O'LINDY Si TROUPE On Stage in "CARACAS NIGHT" The Show You Can't Afford to Miss. TUESDAY IM Only WED. and THURSDAY 4.311 and 8.30 Republic Big Serial "KING OF THE TEXAS RANGERS" OLYMPIC TODAY 4.4S and 8.45 p.m. TUBS. 4.45 & 8.13; WED. I.lri Only Rcpublic^&mashing Double fe rrmioad riorucuiiorai A n a „ |, well known in Barnalener from Mr R F ParkinOranie ones were really good but Ssociety, and Mr. G OKlley. l(os and oaad to eome here often son. wt> is at preaent in TflniI dl not know who sent thain. Vice president made very compliduring his school days lor the dad and who took the Barb-ulo I riiew were given by Mrs. L. H. ni.ntary remarks about Barbados. h„| W „s. He and his wife will exhibits to Trinidad for :. %  Nlcholls ol Worthlnf.) The which were.rather embarrassing, be travelling to Trinidad on the rkmer Show held there on 20th snaps, asters, carnations, dahlias although 1 did not hear all. One .., jdv n,.|s 0n '. Q n her next southand 5I Mar. and nnnias were all fine apcel"f the things that struck me on ,,,.„;, n|| AUan wi „ ^ (o n Here Is an exliad from Ins Ban I think ..f I roles the Saturday morning, was in, „.,. ,, a| „, T ir M „ a a „, ""• letter oiosl Ittractll li Wiles' numerous willing workers, who m Tr |„idad: he has rocently ob, „ a !" or her Uncle. 1 do not know who wale the loach of Coral Ann The large all knew their Jobs and did them n degree In Commerce '*"*""' and 1.. a .1 11.'..11 if !_-, %  kaju, .wnmr .i,nee 'i aaws rr^ding. His talkinK puce is said to be 200 words a %  jftjMlta Wilmot. who is 3^ nu with the BBC. from IS40 to 184" Last week he flew to Southern itbudesia to look over a radio st,ition But ihla does not mean he is giving up his Bermuda job. For Six Month*' Holiday M ISS IOLA YEAHWOOD. Hcadmistreas of the St. Philip's Girls' School left the T.C.A. yesterday morning b> Toronto, Canada, on 0 months holiday. During her stay there, she will Hi helpers that flowers kindly sen? tha Bower yea sent certainly created csre to Trirlds't. n nch interest but I think it was %  %  I -----^ Xifl \WH I UM CINBMA (Member Tovir.MT a TOMoasmw MOHT -ISM HOI'.! ' M.'nTON in "NIGHT BOAT TO DUBLIN" m. ilAVMOND LOVCLt. Only| Mi ai r\l ^ AssU i • %  MEET .i ii Pirturti THE NAV\ GAIETY LAST SHOW TON1TE, 8.:nl WARNER'S ACTION THRILLER James HumplHON'" v ,,l CAQNEY UOGART. ,IHE GA'RfitNJ Uleil Sooi ST. JAMES Syilam OKLAHOMA KID' Monday und Tuenday. K..I0 p.m. Matinee Monttny, S.tHI p.m. WARNER Proud I v Pn-srnts . Ann Jack Jack Jack Martha SHERIDAN CAR-SON OAKIE HALEY RAT In m 'NAVY BLUES" with a bevy of Beautiful ( %  !•, nnd MUM. Weilnes.liiv and Thursday, K.:iU p.m. WARNER'S' DOUBLE John GAKFIELD The LANE SISTERS (Roscmarv, Lola and Palriciat in "DAUGHTERS COURAGEOUS" And i STEEL AGAINST THE SKV" with Llovd NOLAN — Alexis SMITH Wei), it has been since I wanted to Flower Show, and I have got my wish, for it was well worth coming down to witness it. There are many tips 1 can now give if vour Society would like them." The President and Secretary lake this opportunity of triankini, Mr Parkinson and all those who kindly gave flowers and specially to the Committee appointed who so ably assisted in making all arrangements for the flowers to be sent. Second Visit in 8 Months M ISS HAZEL CROW and Miss Itit.i Mc Mahon who were at the Ocean View for the past three weeks on holiday returned to Montreal yesterday by T.C.A This Is Miss Crow's second visit ; to Barbados in under eight months, so much does she like the island. .They are both 1:1 the IContnal onice of T.C.A. In TCA. she works in the same department as Mr. Vere Brooks, son of Mr. and Mrs. P S Brooks of "Rosemary" Ki V.I.dad. there For Son's Graduation M R. and MRS. AUSTAIR KIJJER. who arrived from Canada yesterday by T.C.A., will be spending the weekend in Forbes la the %  former^Rtta Gedrie* Barbados, before returning on Qrant, andthey both have many Monday to their horne In Trinidad Th,Elders were in Canada for two weeks to be present for their Wit AND MHS HF,„ E ,.T 'ZJX'^' ZgZ"" *" 1TL V Mr. James Forbes is Manager m 'he Cocoa Planters Association in Trinidad and is a Scotsman, who has been living in Trinidad tor a great many years. Mrs friends in Barbados. Off to Canada WATSON of Welches left studying Geology. In Trtntdad Mr. Elder is Assistant General Manager of Fumes* Withy Co.. and they are staying at the Marine Hotel. Studying Art WILLIAM GREEN, who from Dominica arrived M" the WhtUu:. week-end in ll..i M dos and exi-ects to return lo Trinidad M Monday afternoon. Youth's Model A RTHUR UALFOUR o; Jamaica was one of the I went] -ti'. 1 the WorM Forum of iouth, organised by lbs who used to work in TvlniCouncil of Education in World went to Canada in June Citizenship, who had a turn at I1M9 to live, and was married the mirmphone in the final meetthere in December to Miss Mnrgamg al the Albert Hiill In London ret Mackav of Trinidad. Haiel last week The theme of the savs that Vero is doing line and Jc slaying with his mother who ig at present in Barbados staying al Worthing. David, who is doing an Arts Course at lstudyPLAZA .; %  WWWiWWW/*r-. I VOTW/rt MWHarMMWrnmrtm YOUR POPULAR CINEMA NOW I'l WING AND fONTINl'INC. DAILY 5.00 and .W p.m. iSIIOtVINC. FOK THK FIRST TIME IN BARBADOS :i Ofa&vjinq "typhoon! CAPTAIN DON'T MISS IT srKIIAI. MATIMK MONDAY iRsnk-llollda> I 1.15 P.M. PUT IN A PLUG FOR SAFETY AND COMFORT Slfni.Y THK I Ol I Oil IM— Johnny Mark ItitoNN n. "<>t:N TALK* anal Jimmy WAKELY in "OKLAHOMA BLUES" AN.-, 11-. ,1.1. .uul lliursday. 5.00 and 8.50 p.n I'ARAMOI.'NrS DOVBLE : "MK. RlifKLCSS" William EYTIO Barbara BRITTO\ Allan MDD In . -TWO YEARS nElXIRE Till: MAST" ELECTRICAL SUNDRIES WATCH FOK THE DATES AND HOOK EM FOR THE "GREAT LOVES" ITS WIRE FLEX SWITCHES—Flask and Surlaer CEILING ROSES CORD GRIP HOLDERS JOINT BOXES RATTEN HOLDERS FUSES ARROW PLUGS MAIN SWITCHES WOOD BLOCKS BELL WIRE TRANSFORMERS BELL PUSHES BELLS BULBS—5—MCI Candle Power LAMP SHADES 8-Mt-M rag IT is %  Bob HOPE (llini-.lfl THE CORNER STORE '//,^^^VAV.v.•.•,-.v/a-,^v.•.'/,v/ %  v.v-^'/-^•-v,v-*,^ -''"''''%  '-•'^•^--'-V'.^A^^ //// *.



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SI'ND.AY. MAY !*. 1*5" SUNDAY AI>VOe\TT. PACE TltSEE 39 British Films Are Now Being Made ... Parts For Jean Kent, Jean Simmons, Margaret Lockwood, Ann Todd ... Yet We Hare The Unnecessary Gloom Of Mr. Rank \l I IKI'll Take Your Pick n't II> C .. Isn't it time the Brush Mm in 'i the scent-"' "Wr may have tiustrv pleaded In bt Hived from *tp production In June il ther? its ou-n best Menda? Here n Mr Hank, self-appoint rd leader of lhal industry, hum" from his latest American odyssey. er.anling his familiar threat of Is there any wonder that maro wor again He casts gloom where num. directors nnd terhnicum* sr authoress, and be twwn them they supply Jut the right amount of comedy. Tlie latter aimksm. At the Rank studiom i Pinewood four major puturii In preparation. The two Jet other fields and other mdi for employment ? Rrllish Mm* owe Mr. Rank a LIN" ever staged at Dairy Lane. a comparatively small east. The new show Is to have -• company nearly half as big ;igain with nine scenes—some of them elaborate one* And. except for RusiWl One of sequences NIGHT BOAT TO HUBwhich the < nt the Aquatic Club, will competence. ,111 plenty of thrills. difference: Carousel. the most spectaculnr is the typhoon into iptain due to his mruns his ship At the %  nine time, tons of cargo break loose In the hold, resulting M -CAPTAIN CHINA starring dramatic and fastf moving action John Pavne. Jeffrey Lynn, Gall to save the vessel. A vicious list and Lon Chaney, is i nght between John Payne ant rYrlJes ft !" Ik. Yorkthe MM Pl< !" of a*-., !" tempered wiin theMJ.I thing will I* British from the atart. "ht romrdy relief. The aetin I "Oil, YOU BEAUTIFl 1. •Carousel.-' by the way. mean* is convincing, end Uw pac 01 DOI.L" a fair roundabout In America the at >ry never lug.. Colourful, charming and There will be one on the Lon* __ d.ligi.tful. OH, YOU BEAUT1-. The plot concerns the efforts pm^ ixnx-. „ m ueicel with thcl $atiee ore hest whan theyre Kapw anii^ay plenty of KLIM belfs to keep thsmtiiat way.' •oyt ELSIE the lOtOEN cow KLIM VMILK BEsr flltT IN ClIflllNCI INI W0BID OVII of Capuin Chlnj to regain Dia a tmoj|*ra and song* of Tin Pai master's ticket, which he lose* Alleflfcacfc in the lftOO's. Starrln Kent Todd good deal, age in the prologue—and re%  nasters ticket, which he loaaa ATiciMMck in the lSoO's. Starring fter his ship piles up on tno s sfsakall. June Haver, Mark . ... ._ „, K rwks m -i storm. Hearing of the Su viin an d Charlotte Greenwood. ^!h *X S AasaSii Ails. deaUl 0f hW B,mce> " c, orun [ U iclls tl.e story of Albert Breitenmonth from hLs AtMrlnin ,Ausnru| ullknown ,„ hlm his nm bai(h _.u n|K0V( ^ h ed and be** ship, with the result that she kl0m(1 the famous Trad Flshc founders. Finding himself lock.nd ukcn |o M w|wr ^ Morley has been living with thl* ,"„?„,., play "It has been a good friend J* !" to me: but enough Is enough." tin ,!" ''* Utmtm Kent and Simmons — are there good deal, and if he gave up already with a new film apiece— production there would be great The Woman in Question and The regret all round. But he Is not •,. ... ^ ,* %  *. for m u*i b**" a*** 0 • captaincy, Chlnu Clouded Yellow. Mai.1o.ret Lockthe entire British film Industry. hlm | n tn ^ th eVrou: I don't boo,u %  P"* "• "h'P %  '" Ch.rlotte Greenwood, his wife. I wood comes In shortly when preThere are others willing to cany (Mnk JJ ^^ wM |ong ; g££^ accuses the .^ptain Ot having ,, m patheUc and Wtly >"• testified bout Uie shipwreck. Hearing that his former mate has erything merges into a crisis. .iltogether appealing and begullv. and his interpretation is edmes tinged with path %  hen preThere are others willing to carry iiminary location shots in Trieste on-^and they are entitled to know A ntM x^^" m ^ n Y"iWmgtmtn\ii changed the course, and locking oua afl her underitjidiikj ex! ttV have been taken for Highly Danhow great is the gap to be rilled hRVe b ^ n walIlnf wllh manu him in his cabin When the difncullies encounlaced hy a* !" *' ,. „ ^,„ d llrurv I mi* Nerve-* scripta for Morley's return cnpUin admiU to changing |h husband and daughtat. J plain for an Ann Todu olcturi. finds it no Job at all). lut matinee performoncnn Auek,„w. p „ v „. „ „„„,.,„ rh ,„, iO'is Both bnna to their rolea.i Soother one JS '•> %  SU BSThat why nniry lane', manland, the character of you... Ed.,,„*!, J> ".;",* l '^"'", ""',, reli-eahln, jpantan.lt, and woodlnd Ml." Simmon, NMaHM ,ll top thetr nnlera w.rd h.maeK appeared on Ih. ^f" £ STS^SZI .i m, J, K2S ""^fli ,h """"' ^Tal la at Unewnod ,1 SureroaaM anxiously until about 10JO tag, for the flrat and la.t tin,,. ^.J&SimVffmttitlE? > ".\'^' 1" „ veelitl all U attKlloa-lari.,nd p-m. on June T-curtam-dow^ Th. aclor: Robert RtCyM ".'JSTS^TJ!.^!!!?: jSt ""^e* **' Mii.ll—1 Oml 1 new prodlKlaira u.ne for the openliui performance elgha-ycar^ld n Sh.rid.i, the SX of oyer^laiha 1Aiuoni the ml hit. of lhal r m various atafea ..f p..-iration of Carousel. (grsndaon of Glad,. Cooperl j,.;,. !" ,„_ .. nTiESOLJii ^ !" %  Pe. 'o MV Heart" One thina which could kill Il.lt He ipokr three words no! provided fi !" *3 ^ j" ""•"mpetent era are In m> ean. Come, Come. Mr. Rank ntlr Broadway Importallon-ond by the authors: -Hullo. & Partapuii. Brend.ii.en •. complete•p. l l;,,,clla. •****> " %  Here are Tni,1.-ni,c lutaj tothe author, produce, and manageker." took his call wllh the rest of ' convincing, and O.ll Huaaell. Hean for tTegr LUM.On Brofdwho supplies the love Interest, way and "Come Joeephtne In M Pan Alley song. wards health ami strength in the British film industry. Is this III.time for Mr. Rank lo cast a damper menl know It —is if the first-night the company—and had hie i expecting to sec billed In the advertlaements for which in Itself l in. the occasion.—L.E8. is smooth as silk and very ultrac QcOiih QaUinq *•>*• a Free Advertising WR. AND MRS. JOHN ATtAflA Arrived Yesterday ll^|lSS BABKT DK VEUTF-UH. %  who is • ivith the Rnyal Bank and Mr. and Mrs Martin D f Canada in Trinidad arrived Dial Soils, who wen tertiuy by H W.I.A. to spend married in V?nemela and "pent ,i.rt-iweeks' holiday, wllh her relifteen days In Barbados at the utions Mr. and Mrs. Kdghill CarOcean View Hotel left on We.tnesjiitglon at one of Ihe bungalow: day to spend a few days in „• l-aradisc Beach Club. She ex Trinidad. pects to return on June I5th. Yesterday morninp. they were p^,,, fl ew y 0| ,| t Intransit passcngcis on the B.W.I.A. La Gualra flight and RRIVING from New York they told Carlb. how much they J\_ vcMl rda y via Trinidad had enjoyed their holiday here. H>WIA WQS Mr tvux Ea llicr "When we return, saul Mr. Arnsa, uh(1 vinn% |o Ulv hprr ab(n|t ^^ who was spokesman lor the party. or four weckll anf , 9 .mying with "We are going to tell the Caracas hi( rel llion ( Mr and MrB Ned Tourist Agency all about your t arr ( n|i: on n Heckles Road. Mr island, so as to encourage more Kacallier. who is an engineer Wat Venezuelans to come to Barbados. here (wo vear m ^o Next year we shall be returning" Married here Recently M H and Mrs. Vernon Jennings who were married recently Miss Anita Pcmandes arrived In Barbados returned to Venezuela yesterday by B.W LA. to spend yesterday by B.W.I A. Mr. JenIhree weeks holiday with Mr and tUngj who is a Londoner has been Mrs. Fred Ferelra at Maxwells. In Venezuela for one year His They are both on the staff of wife came out from England by Trinidad Agencies and are looking the CatUca. They spent their forward to having an enjoyable honeymoon at the Ocean View holiday. Hotel. Sam Goldwyn's Future rely secondary, Flying Marhlne." This lat turn t\d verv ultracl featured by June Haver and Mark Steven* and Is attractively %  ung with ah accompanying dancirouUne. story Is Interesting an.i WHEN Samuel Goldwyn arSamuel Goldjwyn, for all that lively, the settings particular^ rives in London next month from diffident manner, is really th* food and the colour photograph;. his Continental tour, he hopes to Hery rebel of Hollywood—the proexcellent. have plans well advanced for a ducer who insists on being inQ ,, nro big new film production in Engdependent of all the big studio —J^,, ^ a British' MovMen Ni'wi "f the West Indies Cricket Team in England, which ev will naturally want to se* i chine: It will be the first picture ever The "Ci" in MOM. still stands made in this country by Goldwyn f<,r Ooldwyn; but Goldwyn has But, when I saw him In Paris, long since cut himself adrift to Mr. Goldwyn Indignantly denied produce pictures the way he that these plans had any connccthink* rightand to fight any of tlon with his growing pile of the major cinema controllers who %  M'i','i.'l>., often cause dangtrnu. infections in case of ncgligt n< r in intelligent households an iron rule exists for every wounds; ..Put Purol on", bets use one knows, that Purol is delii lously softening and healing, and because sM infections can be prevented by applying this brilliant skmremedy. Compare These Values .. created lo keep you cool .in J rlcgant all through tinda) YARDLEY '///LAVENDER and th, luxury *o*fi a//*' •rid' VAIDIIV 1 N 11 STRKE1 "NIGHT BOAT TO I)t'Bl-IN" For three Weekt M ISS CARMEN REZENDK H frozen earnings here. don'l agree with him. Mvstery murder, Impersona•That Is no way to make a good lm a „ independent manand )on / M J' lrWJion flU n^rc n picture—Just to use up currency r m proud lo be an Independent N I C;I I T HOAT Tt> OUUI-1N in a particular country/' he said, producersays Ooldwyn "No nnw lowing at the Aqui.Ur No: I have a story which absobig-machine methods for me; none i-],,\. This Urltlsh Him, starring lutely needs a European setting— „f tlue fashlnnahle film 'cycles'. n„b*.t Newton and Guy Mlddlcespecially an English setting; w ,th each studio apeing the oUiei tllM | ( full of suspense and and. to get the right atmosphere. excitement The plot, which I would go anywhere in the) world. "Flrat in the field, then out of Even without any money there" it and into another—that's me!" Hollywood's most celebrated What, In Ooldwyn'! view. Is producer talks quietly, almost ihe most significant change In the apologetically. And he speaks film industry during the past few kngllah. not the GoMwynlsms years? quoted by the studio publicists. That cinemagoers are nd longer "Mind you. 1 am on holiday asking: "Who Is in the picture?" now. so I can afford to relax In but. instead: "What Is It about?" my speech,'' Ooldwyn told me Producers are now having to find with a grin. "In business hours. I good aclors to ill the stbry, not the .ithai complicated, is however, clevarly worked out, and the acting honours go to Robert Newton, who, as the policeman who imP< i donates a criminal, turns in n most finished performance—a usual. Guy Middleton Is saafstssnl itiifl young Muriel PMtov, who If introduced for the first time give. ,i


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1 PACE FOt'R SUNDAY ADVOCATF L AUGH and the world UURIIS *ith >ou. weep .ind >ou weep alone%  *_— a maxim thai was irue hundreds of years ip and la equally HvTSwn S aid started run true today. If on* substituted the wi-id win for weep il would adet0WBrdl he ii opponents' goal quately describe the attitude at the majority of West Indian cricket Nl(|re D^jne't defence prove! equal to the attack, however -ml (ftnc to the pcrfor .! ih WV>t Indies m m England The West Indies defeated the powerful Vorkahire team i davs and there was a howl that the Went Indies, on the strength of *i„ k _i .*< %  ''',, ,7 " t of Surrey and although there was general disappointment felt with "'" %  u_*it..^lL the result—a draw and a moral win for the West Indies, the live ^. ,, J hundred total in a day scared by Cambridge in their fixture with the !" TK..ii-1, I. West Indie* set tongues wagging to the effect that the West Indies' bowling was innocuous. RECORD BREAKING RESPONSE RECOHD breaking response of seven hundred runs in their own* centre-forward Aquatic Sports to be held w= the right morrow, at the Barbados Aquati. wingerHeadley. sent tn a good try flub have been surprisingly gex>i I^MB i_ . nd lner ta atoing IO be some Keen The attack was kept up for competition In all the class*. § m l IT* % th *, forw,rd ? throughout the day. The sport* weakened m the goal area and ^nu^ce „ IM m P" !" lurtlici .ittempts at scoring were J,.;; ._ easily Prtvented Ust" year the longest race was Everton did not regain the over a distance of three hundred native until "earing the end^f yards nd ^ ^ *hen their centrefirst inning* by the West Indies in reply cleared the air and n gave much support to the theory that the Cambridge wicket was an j( orwa ,-d ConlifTe and Cox at inf \j ,BVOun,r ,,,r "' over-prepared one. with the scales of balance heavily weighted >nri*|jrs was responsive to spin. After a pre-lunch score ot"o mP time kept Notre Dame's de50 yards and 2S yards and TJftv 83 for the loss of one wicket, the Wen Indies collapsed for an additionfence busy. When the area was seems to have caught on. as mar •IB. runs, scoring 147 runs and going down to defeat by a margin of cleared trie ball was played mid more or the fairer sex have enterJ IB runs. ___. M field for a considerable time but ed this year. T-/^^n! r".si w "?H cr i.. brina l ^r m ^.r"*^ U J U ^ > he * f ,h * !" Th * > **> ^ -venu & &'VS^SSSJSv^ nd ,and ,hem al PeUcan Wha,1 U w ^SAVJFlSmTmiA ^d,vln —ttttDB ( __._ ... was awarded ihem but the defence TOO WAS DISAPPOINTED cleared well. Just before the end ConlifTe made a run towards Perhaps there are few people, in the West Indies who felt Notre Dame's goal but at the last the failure In the Surrey and MCC, games more keenly than I did moment was prevented from trybut on the other hand—Why should we in our blind entnusiasm and mg by one of the full backs. disappointment lose perspective? Why. without offering vain excuaos The referee was Mr. K Laughcan we not still take all the surrounding circumstances Into In. consideration. The teams were : Evertan: O. Re Surely the most trenchant critics of the team must have realised Robinson. C. Ree tha for 75% of the team they are playing under conditions absolutely Maynard. Hall foreign to them. Has any one of them ever tried playing a game in Cox. White, three sweaters? Have they ever tried fielding on a bitterly cold day Notre Daaac : W 11 k I n s on. EPSOM DOWNS. May 27. The famous French Industrialist Marcel Boussac brought off a notable double by winning the Ovrbv here this afternoon with i/j-i ow i his coll "Galcador He had won sponded gamely to the Australian Inent ones who already have question marks against their names in Use Oaks earlier in the week with Jockey's efforts, and ran on this respect are Drake's Drum and our Derby winner Suntone. the filly "Asroena". strongiy to credit Marcel Boussac With Drake's Drum the trouble appears to be a recurrence of the "OsJcador" ridden by Austrawith his first Derby victory. -Drained tendon which he sustained last December. With Suntone u Uan Jockey Rae Johnslone. who William wooaward. noted '^ . ..y,. !n f„ tt there is not nttch Ifl the Way % %  misfortune also rod* -Asmena''. won a American owner and banker, who Suntone to run Into. She has already had more ailments spectacular race, catching the ho*, was listening In to the race In Ufl Ior iun,onp ro ""' *" ... f Th . favourite, the American eolt New York, must have thought than six of the most unfortunate horses I can think of That she •Prlnee Simon' to win bv %  head he had the "Blue Riband of th-.managed to surmount them was nothing short of miraculous. But with "Double Eclipse," stable British turf won for the eleventh there are grave doubts whether she will be able to throw off this companion of "Prince < Simon." time, but bravely as the too of wind trouble. running into third place four "Prince Qutllo" struggled, he j t ^ no doubt, the result of her being raced with a very bad cold lengths behind the 2/1 favourite, suffered the same fate as he had „ T __ there ^ ,„> w y more certain to bring on wind ,.cador~ started at 200. and ggja J Two TWand ^^^"0 raccT horse in this condit.on and we al. know how inches^' Suntone blew out twice after a half mile In both her races last ChrlstRichMt mar At present she looks In full bloom and before one sees her To Marcel Boussac goes not •-s-d M 1. -pt to get the impression thnt she has completely reonly the honour and glory but gained her form. But after a half speed gallop last Wednesday she I r T (i*^ a record A 1 *' Prise of £17,000. nearly blew the Grand Stand down. It is of course possible for horses After a wet morning the race was to g el over ihi and there is no other who I would love to see do it run in showery weather before af> much ag SunUm e. The next few weeks will tell us. the biggest crowd ever, estimated A yery int r e:rting feature about the June meeting will be the -Double Eclipse" at 40/1 Johnston* K* • % %  •Idem MVPII (-I11Knc winner* and his Judgment to— tinv a-. faultless lh~ psmerfal American eolt leoked to hare the race west when, after being la the first three from the *Urt. he look the lead at the mile peal When Prince Simon' swept "costume" race. and The Old Test Tie nnril innf -.muni awrr* ~r (wtonn %  * veaj # %  *• %  ? %  .aa %  i -"—— !" -—..*..< "aaa i#er .= round Tattenham Corner with -f^ in'rufnls hand sUU classic Trial Stakes and the other three-year-old races as well The iTmSlSrJSfSSfLSi tmSmSSS present with I* position II !" wh.t different to what it has been in former year, Sn^ESSte^TsUSSl 353 and th* two Prtace.it* because quite a few of the three-year-olds have not been seen in their monet lie Itwked an %  w "* h >" " (he most dramatic action since they were two This list includes Bow Bells. Lasy Bonev xured winner halfway up the finishes In the 171 years running B „d Mon Amis who were all winners al two and all very promlsiny. -.(raiiht, hut John-lone — thev of th* race. rail him "The Crocodile" the of the race— (Heater.) when every ball stings the palm or any part of the hand like a bee^ Have they ever tried playing cricket for six hours a day and then having to catch a train, travel part of the nlxhl and coiiimenev a new match next day? NO EXCUSE 'XTOIS is certainly not offered a B an excuse for any failure on the part ,i of the team but It is certainly submitted for the consideration of THE M.C.C. recently despaUhe --.. In 1908 they lost eight games, won three and two were drawn. T ""*'Ml In the 1023 tour hailed by most sentimentalists as the best West H ,,,££!'M'I Indiej team, they won six first class matches, lost seven and drew %  even. The 1928 tour, now passed into history saw the West Indies at Ihelr worst and in 1033 when they were favoured with glorious weather they won only five of the thirty first class matches and lost two of the tbnv Test matches. The 1931 tour saw England win the First Test match at Lord's by eight wickets, the second at Manchester was drawn and the third at the Oval was drawn. GIVE THEM TIME If the West Indies because Sims found their Achilles heel for yean now—slow spin bowling on a turning wicket—lost their fixture with the M.C.C, I see In this no reason for such complete despair. The team Is the youngest on an average that has ever toured EnglandThey are very good players Included. The tour has only Just begun. Before I condemn the West Indies team I must give them some time to acclimatise themselves, some time to mature in the exacting school of English cricket I am among those who feel that they can negotiate the mass of impediments In their way and give the best account of themselves that any West Indies team In England has ever given. INTERCOLONIAL MEET TOMORROW T IE two-day Intercolonial Cycle and Athletic Meet that opens at. Kensington tomorrow promises tol be the best held here for manyf years. Certainly it will be the first time that there will be a woman athlete from Trinidad competing against our Grace Cumberbalch. Miss Pearl Gooding whom I saw stretching some long limbs Is the lady who will represent Trinidad. Compton Gonsalves. TFliudad Olympic representative In the cycling events is here to do battle against Farnum, Stuart, Carmlchael and our local "A" Class contestants while Laddie Lewis, lid's Olympic Cycling representative and Lindsay Gordon, cycling champion at the recent B.G. Olympiad will also be competing. T 1E flat events should be very Interesting. Huntc, who ran most impressive at the Annual Inter-Club meet of the Amateur Athletic Association of Barbados will have to compete with athletes Rangers Win Friendly Football Trophy By dolMUO* Bl kUlttttwa Old Boy. Hvr ("all lu I"*-. Hams*'* SSSipi IB*S ptoMM ..I IIabov. A.-.I.IICH OwlIrnca Cup. Tha Havx pla>nt ii...!. Hi-' woti twl. and i.m-hina wilh IS polnla oul < Brian Close of Yorkshire, who made his first Test appearance lasseason when he was 18. In future every player will receive one of the new Uei os well as the customary cap and sweater in the dressing-room when ho makes his first appearance In .1 home Test. ite bowling and ru finued to come slowly. When Valentine changed ends. the move met with Instant success. He bowled Emrys Davits Witt 9t\v first ball of his new spell and so coning ninth wicket stand, delay the end but Glamorgan's battli had been most disappointing the big holiday crowd. back after a short rest and his pace off the pitch puuled ParUgood ones this time. Of course. Lean's year saw such good horses as The Gambler, Brown Rocket. Will O'the Wisp II. William II. Hail Mark and All Baba, Indeed a very hot crowd. But 1 am Inclined to place both Waveerest and Fair Profit on a par with The Gambler and The West Indies totted only n^own Rocket, at the same stage of their careers, while Bow Bells I at least speedier than tho same two, if not as That gives us an advantage of four to two in*, unit in ins m-w sipcii anu *' w i i, > • —i —,Wi-,K ••**"'" .**., ... broke a stubborn second wicket *" u n "' ^Jore rain which rf Bowmanston. partnership Johnson was brought *** fm threatening all d.>. L -.„ ... _. _.. u,. stormed ulav an hour and a hall *"**' stopped play an hour and a hall 7 Mi furlc • poaaibUICll-OUt (\i"lpaM.Ill <*UI or 1 III fcUilhf.Urtrrn I Mr J Arch. >"...o. Mr Hit HrtHH United va PSSS5SSH t atrl lll>>~ : Mr. E. H-M* llri-wtrk v Tsmbroa* i ,<,!.... : Mr J Airhar. i'l.i'lt' i*B* %  •> May* va HillltT *l -•" IL 1. %  1 Mr. O. Oranam. I--. Ullfrl • Bay Hr-irnc II l.lanillMHi i.dar. Ja>* tad IUns-i> va National al Ihc Bai Hoi* Mr. O Graham. Touring Team Leaves For Nassau %  HJIIUKI..Advncala Cotrropondrait KINGSTON. Jamaica A touring team of seventeen Jamaican cricketers left the Island on Sunday morning for Nassau, Bahamas. They were accompanied by two plane loads of supporters. A very elabo^te programme has been arranged for the Jamaica touring team, which Includes matches against combined Club sides and three "Testa" ugainst the Bahamas XL ,. bSorTtte lihedulcd[time. Ourlnt already. Princess Rassiya. Lniy Bones, and Man Amis m.v not be ,,,,. £E this period they scored 27 for the good as Will O'the Wisp II, a very smart filly on dry going, but they ball Shed well uS By Iote oI one wlchct "• we U P "> equality with William II and belter than either Hall Th ......... an.Mark or Ali Baba were at that time. Both of the latter, in fact, were by lunch they had lost three wlcke'i (or 68. When Glamorgan were db>w missed for 123. )>• spile dull and cold weuthi 12 000 people watched the game but the early cricket was not the %  ort to kindle enthusiasm. After lunch Jones, hitting the ball hard, tried to brighten the game only to find that his shots were restric%  i by brilliant ground fielding. Tho scores are: IIIAN0B04N lal INNI-iQfl Davm b Valentin* Woollar r WnrHn b Juhnaon t b John VSasntaM M HOUnaon t Waliolt b Johnwn Plaaaa not oul Motnionnry c Ha mad hi n h VaWnMni"'i I b w. b Ramadhin l)nr c Workn l> Valentin* Hev*r Walrott b Johnaon Hhepnerd c Wakott b Jolmaon Botraa: b S. lb l> Total 41. 3-S1, —TT. BOWLING ANALYSIS of the calibre of Tull, Brldgeman and Prince of Trinidad. There is certainly a respectable Intercolonial representation. C OMPETITIVE interest at the Rockley Golf and Country Club this week-end will be confined to the finals of tho C. F. Harrison Cup foursomes In which the pair known as the Pride of Ireland, consisting of J. O'Dowd Egan and James O'Neal, will meet the purely local contenders, Eric Manning and L. J. Maskell. Egan and O'Neal won their way Into the final bracket wrlh an easy victory over George (Mickey) Challcnor and William Atkinson, 6 and 5, while Manning and Maskell defeated Bernard Rolfe and N. T. Williams, 4 and 2 With Egan playing off • 10 handicap and O'Neal off 18 In this competition, Manning (8) and Maskell (10) will have to concede four With the score carried to 77, two witkeu fell at the same total. Junes was bowled off his pads and Robinson was caught by the wuket-keeper standing back to J-*naoo 11 a H Johnson who deserved his thre* pi'^ hlll JJ ,J [' wickets at n personal coat of 28 valentine 14 10 s< run*. There was no check to the ?*"? ND,f ,1 "*NTNO* collapse and within 20 minutes A i' S^tutwrTnot out Glamorgan actually lost four r Worrell not out .. wicket, for the addition „t three Tou „„ .„., Compton: Is Not Playing LONDON, May 2g. not really discovered until the Trial Stakes and after. Another point which makes this year's Trial Stakes field different from others is the diversity of opinion about the merits of the eight I have just mentioned above. The favourite will no doubt be Wavecrest. He will be accorded this position on his performance at Union. My opinion, and here I find that I am In the minority, is that if Bow Bells steps onto the track fit and well and It Is not too slippery she will beat him. I also think he Is going to find it difficult to dispose of Bowmanston. Both these fillies ran two races last November which I can only describe as astonishing and my memory not being as short as the public's I have not forgotten them. Of course since that. Bow Bells was badly beaten In Trinidad at Christmas. Therefore she has lost favour on this account. What is more astonishing Is that most people have formed the opinion that this was Bow Bell's true form and that she was merely over-rated in Barbados. 1 know that it was not her true form, and with regard to over-rating, we can hardly have been guilty of this because Bowmanston, the filly who ran second to Bow Bells, came back in March and established a record for F class, being the only three-year-old ever to hold it. But I know that in Trinidad neither of these two fillies will start at odds as short as Fair Profit, Lazy Bones. Princess Rassiya or even Mon Amis and Leap On. They are in fact In a very similar position to that occupied by Gun Hill nnd Front Bell when they were the same age. But this time we shall be hoping to sec them disprove the disparaging opinions in June instead of having to wait till Christmas. N.ir will it only be the difference between the Barbados and Trinidad three-year-olds which the Trial Stakes is expected to settle. We shall also see if Fair Profit has recovered from the indifferent form he displayed at Union Park and what progress tJtzy Bones nr.d Mon Amis Th* following_ are the re*tiRs have made ^ ncr Christmas. It is also said that the progeny of ShamClub Premiere's Tournament i^t£rw^wTtt.n^n\S eJSLSF PrCmlere TeimlS s^din'de^^ being the winner of two races already. Maybe this is a sign of how — Injured Tournament. Knee has withdrawn from the MF.S'S DOUBLES (finals) England team In the Test Trial at y/ Gibbons and C M Thomp8^ Bne "ally is and how much better she is going to be. Time alone Bradford next week. Compton'a wn '^H S. M. Stout* and A. W. will tell us. nding satisfactory but Symmonds 6—3, 6—3, 4—1, 6—3. Therefore, although Waveerest is favourite it can be seen that his is to continue Qn Monday morning W. Gibrivals are fully expected to give him a good run for his money. I >k fmihrir bon8 wlU pl ^ AW Svmn I ond will say this: He is going to have to prove himself an exceptional one kn his doct his dally treatr at least another week. On their Campion Goosalvea 3S2JSCS rK^----^ Pearl Goading strokes to theip opponents, which Is three-eighths the tlifference of their aggregate allowances. GOLF FINALS THIS WEEK-END M EANWHILE various pairs are combining for the Dunlop Cup fourball, best ball competition which starts a week from tn-day. Already* large entry of contenders is assured and at least twe ve teams are expected to sign-up before the entries close nt 6 p.m. c:i Thursday night, when the draw will be made. Several players succeeded In reducing their handicaps In last week's Beer Mug competition, which was won by the youthful David Inniss, who came down from 13 to II with his gross 80. Others who bettered their ratings were O'Neal, from 18 to 14; McDermolt, from 14 tt 11; Egan from 10 to 9. Dean Klevan. from M to 13, and Kenneth Hunte from 10 to S. %  MM, HI. place will b. takm by Jack M1 "" *"""*• ( ^' Robertson of Middlesex. The place of Cyril Washbrook whose withdrawal from the England earlier. AT ARIMA I notice that our two horse contingent at Arima hag not had much luck up to now. Dulclbella, who I was not aware had even entered. has encountered opposition which has proved a trifle too much for her. This was to be expected with h<,rses like Fairy Clipper and Rosalind on the list. But Miss Friendship can only be off form. Only Notre Dame defeated ^• M _£;5^ a few short weeks ago she was winning easily from the same crowd while now she can only manage a second in two starts. I find this NOTRE DAME W/NS 7-1 team was announced earlier. Notre Dame defeated will be fltled by J. a. Dcwes, 7_i when they played a return rtrsir s s a? v irp. s ,b *v ;e;"; *>** >*. **+ !" 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H NOW MAY 28. 150 SUNDAY UlVOi \TI. PACK I HI l!IIIMIIIMIII!lllllllilllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIiniMIMmmilMIIII: .linMimimimiHIMIUIIIHHnmMiniUlllmimiHi'llllHIIIHIIIMIhiHIllllllllllll iMMimilllHlHitliimiH^ 1 SPORTS SCHOOL £ B^K*. I Uir / /iro a hi,,, all... The RUNGET the batsman In I %  anil you an i...\:--;iy towards im ou. And the standing factors in building inUecMnn. in a batsman'* mind are: l. The point where the ball hiti the pitch; 1. The suln OB the ball which decide* tindirection BOMH of play. But in c iwiinsj one e V ama a t b dependent on another. A great deal, tin ,,'nds on your "action Develop an easy. comfortable action and nu ..ill Hod that lenglii. dire-Mini nssd the ultier factor* er*ail easier fa obtain There M no short iut. Backbr.-aklng preelire and determinantion ure the magic inmedieni. before you get the right grip on the ball and the rignt wv to deliver it. MAY 28 NO. 121 ? The Topic of Last Week Mr-ear teaui w it* nn* pM %  n * avrtti J-* and BM*'*•> * %  "" %  BMS j.. * d*n. atsssl B*>ui •!•aSseanatj M a. l wv n and The GRIP... L; •V . BIT A BIG HEART' IS ALSO IMPORTANT T1*l ••%  1 The out-iwtnger: Tt ball looself oWween fingers, tolth the mc~ second finger. 2 The in^mngur: Sums type o/ grip ui forth* wi-4Wtnqor. bur makw erne thai IA( Mom u MM finer running from fie *TJ* jTnosV. >; %  < % % %  $ %  me "pr a Tftr off-break : The index finger note %  H povr'mn earefulin—Imparts thi And thin tt'ie /'r ball rpms In a cfo Fnigirn acrots the team. t'l /Ac (Ml/ m ft 'fte third Q Apart from technical perfoeuon, what i a llrel-Haas bowler'* greatest aaaef.' ALEC Guts. Thai is. a big heart, patience, and the ability to find out the weakness Dram .ine'i opponent to pe a***) to t;ike punishment on good wicketc .ind. with The same grace, be able -.. i.ik. row irseMoj on a slirk> Q: What b swing' ALEC' Swing is exaellt Who '.he term implies. The ball -M in %  >r. if you like, it swerve* in Mghl both ways. i.e. u> leg 0* n* (in•wing and <>ui-*wmg). JepernnK on the grip ami OOttgO) i 11 i bowler—with UN sanl action y Wh) can swing luinert with comparatUelj new ,ii ALEC': Taifl U o questsn n for your Mr. Chapman Pinchu It's a matter of physic* flu' roughly thi* is what happens: The new ball painted and varnished, offers leas (rictional resistance to (he atmosphere Consequently it Uuvuxh the air. Once the 'tune Is off. the tnrtlon of the atmosphere play*, a !:• %  greater part in howling than mon people g How loni doag %  new ball M.l'c Well, H ran he r.<:irie to l1 ideal comfMotui almost itKleCiiteh UrtdM normal enn(Mtion1 should *ny 12 to 1A overs itm hoi Pot Itetden Keep the hall in the air when you make vour returns to the wicket Vou. the nelder, can prolong the lite ol the neu ball So, II you A .mi i sia> on friendly terms M tin your last howler, don't do anything which will help to remuve the shine from the ball. Q What Is meant by flight ALEC: Variations of pace and trajectory, without any Indication to the batsman by means of either %  hanged run-up or bowling action Q: What is a googlie? ALEC: The googtle. wrong-un or "boasie" as it used to be called. waa the invention of the England cricketer B. J T. Bnaonquet IIdiscovered how to bowl an offt %  ,th .. I i nc letween the legbreak and gnoghe (ap.iri from ball breaks) is u eg-break is spun by a 1 awing to the batsman opposiU' him the iront of the hand The guoglie comes out of |M hartd, > batsmen l eg-break bowler must .ilwnvi watch for that one which ;.'it>oars to come out of the back hand When um see tl you must bo ...I|n play the goofflio. thai 's. vou must be ready for an oill>reak and not a leg-break y How do you bowl a breakback (a fastisn ball pitched on tt|! iiflslump, breaking back on t the leg stump)AfJEC Th>is something no ." inHtter how great he n i in guarantag to do n hi of lurk. It darn >HKly action, but largely on where the seam of the I It wrbtn tha ball pitches H II l.mds on the seam it must !" < T the pitch .tt a tangent M will either move oil toward! the i'tl side or whip into tin| i.i break-back Tha man who discover* how l> IHJWI a break-back t usi when he wants to will be in tha Englami side till he's too old in turn hi arm over I with I could do it lust like that. London Frpreti .S'erelc* Whm Tlie Pirlure* Tell Van... ERIC roitimrslJ ALK'S botrHno I. The ram-Up should be east/ and nm-ni/i tfaf '<""'' distance; incren* iwtii as MM approach mlelrei: 2. %  Veu'irttf liie ii-ickei left side should be n>uOTds hntsninri See the lefi "" eoealnfl up. S. LeU nrii i.eM %  n. bodu betit bocd: In ensure body siclngf. fool sideways lit wicket. A Jut' fi.'fore delii .'i/ \. Deliver tfie bol' -Win as high an arm ac tu>n as possible. Take weight on m-rjtv braced leff leg .Vu-lnu body •ti o deltiierp. . Good follow ffi-ouflJi iHih aroi and body. Lefl leg srlll slratphr Rlohl thnnlHev ••> BtSUJ 'hroiuih trell ., %  ng IMM StorUMig SUrtilnenl Jos Iremtolpd Ihrn .iii iMa rMaos * "un*ii I • iMera i > cis ii**una %  ptteats i***o" Wr d>r nM m*. the IMS Itiil lka-lr> m Iha Caunsll l'tli i-in. S*clet-d BWUigRl \ii n..th aaagasi l< • an tmhaptn pllfii raa nn v* tha hv>(insi U---.I %  sarJunio li J, .• nh %  •*<• IIIIMlSMU on IIBI ilwuld ne )* %  . —• UM Ciu( IWMiea in. .i %  / %  a hi. i* Ha pvMUon Aim H Ihirt J— •!> %  " |. i.i *rr ll* ui>JrflBfcr nrii • II lie i raw frit Inn T-"' BTowing mnre stwl iir So our enad frWa r.K O—!"* it, MIS— i the o*r lnear w>te !" i-a .•%•. Btajai" M... aH smolo* !" "' i"*"' I, ... %  gDaewlll uaiia it* m* vaj i—-sie rates Wh.. mas* Mm ll 0-1* -*••" e/iih mas* s-i IW-BS ... .pei* \ ^.-i* y ', i.x. n. uniKs in. im TAID cid Indigestion Ilia Siltiu lfti|s ilaamt nllil When a busy day and a hurried lunch add up to wall-known acid indigestion, vou want quick relief fortunately. Kirsl Aid lor actd in digestion n just aa well known Diop one or two tablet* ol Alk Seltser in a glass of water. Watch %  l flrr ihen drink il down. Spark 'ing t.1 aahtni, brings you quick %  elief Not a lautive. A.I iiaina th-l • worn ai*-4 up I r n. ntrl>' r* Ms i-r . a lUBI I ka-Seltzer (T ira>i*s ik <4ua ln>b men Wve JAP' ,1.114 %  raninr • OMO araaiMi • **. *sponiorcd by J ft R BAKtRlES maker* of ENRICHED BREAD and the I -ndrrs of J & R RUM Sundai tW Mav. FOR Ihe rirst time for many weeks information on the BBC* cricket broadcasts has not occupied our Dial paragraph in this weekly column. To-day ii grtnil prulc of place to the announcement that a previously unpublished work of Derek Walcott's will be broadcast In 'Caribbean Voices' on Sunday. 28th Inst. Derek Walcott ts. of course, the young poet from St. Lucia whose two publications, 1 "> Poems' and 'Epitaph foe the lliiilin Vfrsf Play bv Derek Walton Young' ii'ti ., throuKhout the Wa I t ..is., m bgdand Bom arero n viewed on the l 'Caribbean VoioH.' In Udg n* work, a vana piaj. n. rah Wlcott toUi tha si Himmi ..nd her love for Paolo, the youngi-i brothei of her huslisn-i. freel trai InM M elaboniting the reference to them M h.lcrno %  The lironri g crlllcism Of M pi-'iluii '> bf John Heath ettUaaaV I %  EngfJah .mthoritv on Itnium an) This broadcust followini ""• • %  n rl s,or > b >' v,ctor I'eld in March and the frequeil I roadrasts of stories by Edgar littclholser, wh < C0U3NY ADMISSION 2. |M cm fnr Cnr Sljind -• 'Jmllenor or K NEW 2 AND 5 TON TRUCKS FOR 195, CAI: Roomv. nWcm design • Hill j-waier jtliusiLblir Jrivin -.cat • lluilt-m %  ng Men* a Sour.J-m-n' arttft leclrt • Dust %  d liw gltt-i s Rcarcomei win %  • %  • .i.Lt-in lueiim | • Radd • I anulaa> .1 bach panel • Hinged venrilannc p-'icl lot .li • '• CHASSIS: < O.H.V. na %  : r in TCI' I 1 PASTI AHB <.-* AUSTIN — you can dc)tn< en lit GH/ullirtmlU •M.gwn i DOWDING ESTATES & TRADING CO. LTD, IECK5TIIN 8 T. 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PACE SIX New York Geb A Breath Of Spring FIFTH Avenue these days u often bright with fi.->li fcng: usn fluirii -ii.a New Yorkers an than wa> u> work stop to took M windows decoraied *it ( S Spring blooms which the >!* %  befojf were growing in Lhe Ertgii&h countryside They are flown overn.ght o< BnUh Overseas Alrwaji Stratocrulser British growers. too. arc no able to meet oversea* dernsn i for rare orchids They are an Ihe best air travellers because. like camels, they carry their owi. reserves of moisture—in "false bulbs" above Ui*ir root* £54* lack Orchid frawss n Bi U m *re. esnitni up lo £500 fur a HBtfl *r •%  % %  %  Many blooms an '8 plants are exported u> the iuut.-* tries where the ongtaal was BOAC often earn personal peasants of flowers A man in West Africa ordered newU-.iu ruses and carnations from London, as a prassatt for his wire They rsacbad I agns ; .. %  frsflk. B^faal cur Of sllthe three •ak teas* which era sow grow in K IT. a LOB Angelas park The traffic ie no* oaa-wsy n brought i Australia, and. at from Bermuda for ft rrft davoraUon Rl'NDA. ADVOCATE SUNDAY. MAY 28. I MO I cay of W innipeg. wun ,i i-.jmuiium of JOU.UOO. has been River Over 10O.U00 people have evacuated as the river vned to inundate tba < lUn citv. Over B79.4O0 *andc 2.000 hitnies still in danger Erprrss Sitting On The Fence BABEX %  %  BERLIN B*run* ft l atest get-together clui> too asiglo-GerTnan Rambling Gnxjp. Bold iu first hike to-cUy; for how*through forests "We iU *pokaEnglish on the way (Mat sad. fJBiuun on the way back. Thar sr-tne club rule', said the orga n La w Archie Sutherland '"The FTWch )oin 115 next Sunday. The nil* then will be nobody speaks his own language ."' Cut w heat Fund. WASHINGTON. May Western Germany's Marshall Aid allocation'for buying wheat was cut by 36 million dollars today in the revised estimates for 19Su-M. listed by Aid Administrator Paul C. Hoffman Mr. Hoffman told Bat Appropriations Committee, the reduction was possible because Germany could import wheat more cheaply since becoming a member of the International Wheat Agreement. Britain estimated Marshall Ai allocation for the year was cut by 129.000.000—f From Dentistry To Sculpture Sculptures by Jamaica-bom Ronald Moody, said to be Britain'.*, leading coloured sculptor, are now being shown at an exhibition which the Colonial Secretary. Mr. James Griffiths, opened in London last week. Moody, now 48, Went to England in his twenties to studo dentistry, but after qualifying, turned to art During the wsr Iif escaped from France over tha P> renews Some of the sculptures, now being exhibited were retrieved from his Pans studio nfUr ihe war One of them is 11 sculpture of his brother, the late Dr. fjarotd Moody, founder of the Leaf** of Coloured Peoples. Doctors are complaining that under the Nauonal Health Insurance Act patients are stretching a scheduled 15minulc tall i>y such requests as "Will you look ai Tommy's foot? Baby's had a restless night. Mother's lumbago is bad again HULLO, doctor, there That's me coughing, my catarrh.! Cough, cough, cough and sneeze,| sneeae. sneeze. Pains in stomach, back and knees.f Doctor, doctor, don't depart. Listen first to mother's heart; Bang. bang, bang and thumi thump, thump. Crash, bang, wallop, bump. bump. bump. Doctor, doctor, please come back. Father thinks he's on a rack. Rheumatism's gut him fair There are here and here and OHO Screws and gout and sinovltis. Chalky elbows, flbrositis; Hear him turn his lingers back. t'rukle. th\j did they Malts a r.lil/if-UJ. uhirorldly man lit f fhaf Chancellor 0/ Ihr Exehequer'"' "Because all religious people ardevei ..iut laonar/,** >-id The tan. "It's one uf lifu's contradlcUons. But Saint Cripps wag a bit too clever He destroyed the .iracter." "We still haue characler, I hope," said The CM. "You hope, but you havent." said The Young Man. "It's flifneult to Iwllevc now. but before the decline of the British people beginning in 1950, there were ml men and women in this counur-. They fought for their rights m i than (he Nve men 0/ to-day," said The Qtrl. %  raring into The Young Afarn meant eyta. "The same could be said of the women." he answered, glaring back at her dull, stupid face and flat figure Hitler Speaks THE report that Hitler is hi.hng in Tibet Is confirmed br the fol.owing extract from a speech h the well known manner heard by Joe Louis Says: I Shall Fight The Winner B' \I\II\ i.xii iliiui: 1. 1. I IS. M-yMr-old negroi %  ffotaff ho for 12 years, until his t. wag undefeated heavy-1 weight boxing champion of thei world, told me on the telephone Iron Rio de Janeiro; "I am preparing lo challenge or of the Savold-Woideock light in London so that there trail once again be an undisputed champion of the world 'T think the winner will be i'ruce Woodcock. •1 fe.1 line' Hi v. %  ] aclsion will be made *hen I return to New York or Saturday night, but I am in ir*t* big and feel Une" :inal decision will prob%  III -he re-lilt of BBS world's championship for ih want title u known next month If Woodcock wins There will b. more Incentive to stage a comeback as there would be the addc interest In regaining the title fo: America luis has been giving exhlbttlor bouts In Bio with Walter Hafc and has netted 10.000 dollar* ( about fS.570t for his appearance "f am not contemplating givim any more exhibition bout, once set back to New York.he sai' 1 last night. "I go into stricter training" Which looks a If Louis hn really miHc up his mind abou t ->t "flnol .leeislon" in New YrV The onlv defeat Louis ever ha-l v •: in 1938. whon he was knocked out bv Max Schmeling. but ) 1M8 he knocked out Schmelln Ithe first round of the returr Ascetic life One ret'on he gives for hi%  fitness—fantastic I* thr lioxing sense for n man of 30— i% % %  "cetlc life he lends. He neither smokes nor drink* and even refuses coffee as a stimulant He -leeps 14 hours a d*v durln•rnlnlna — ten when giving exMbtttans When he voluntary rnve no tl" rid heavy-weight title 11 W*' %  lnnHeH on to Ezzard Charles. 1r' nerro boxer who has sine.reUti owing to .1 heart condition. rl.ft, <".nnis player, has been holding press-coiifcrence-cum-fittinj; The dress designers advanced to takn official measurements. When I ha first measurement, that of the bust, was announced, the Frenchwoman wielding the tape measure and thinking in centimetres shouted oSt "94." There was ">.Mentation, and Miss Gussy Koran ejaculated "Good night" ... A French reporter asked (•ussy how she liked France. Said she. graciously, "I find France •• truly delightful little spot." those who ran tune In to Radio Umgfai— Der Tibeten stlnken. Der stinkt nsrhmrlllngsehwrinhu n d las. Der Tibetan reehenitlnTlhelen reeken. Der Tlheten krnsrhmrlllngschwrlDhand Iss Meln aatlenco exhaosted Iss Freely translated it means (1) Tibrt stinks. <2> Hitler's patience Is exhausted. Which is not surprising considering Tibetans wash only once 1. year.—L.C.S. 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-I'M) IV. MAI 2S. 1930 SUNDAY ADVOCATE TAftF. SEVEN This Week's Guess Star You Be the Detective You Mood MU the liu lailroau lumx-j and lsos< • sharp!) at the body The neerti dre e a d vnim twti naaMMg hi M pockets to identify him Drlr live Blandinx had turned fhern Insid. out "Try the inside of hi hat." v • suggestd Rlaiduig removed gar *irjrt •>dora from Ibe dead man'* b-_, and observed the itfaak T M engraved on the f Mtl v aM "TI.I could be Ted Maoon.' you decided 1m M d Sit two man wno held up the .wwr-ir' •tore vealerday We r-nugto in partner. Nii'k Hugarnn Perhnpwc better ask him wrist he knot* If Its" You and youi aaaistaiil drove •mck to Kln'.'tunR When you ar h ana WH. lost ao tune it seeing Nick rluggins Thr holduman was iiang in hu cell, bin wheii you mentioned **th .iafoi nanaar accident' thai had '.-fallen Mark ftared "~9arvo> htm right %  I told him to keep ho. bead down whoa era at-prwarhed the turutrl We were aryhw to heave town on %  freight Yon safe asseted in to. *• %  rrf Tod htosftsewi't Ml. 1 i*ed %  better %  that when we changr the hwhtui hargo h a iiiuidtu nidictoaswl What reason did von h. %  to th* reenas*? H TUfr.TESTED I* T T10PICS— ^^s Womri know it ^" 'to. I eisuro a lovely skin Travelling At Home Here is an eesy-tu-mak* "travaj BBJRM Om will KflMgW a mixe.i group Prim five complete alphabets 130 letters in all. on that number ol small squares of cardboard putting one letter on each ploce 'Or cut the letter* from newspaper headlines and paste on the Kill a Uml with the letters am place it in the centre rf the tabl. .iround which are ggntgdl IM players F;.ch plgyn bj im draw* a leltei and throws n Dn the tahJi Th. em who Urn galla dicogrnphir.il name heglni Thai letter take, .t (Have a referance book handv to settle mij lUkuments over spelling which m*> arise ) The jamc proceed* until one pl am has nit M letter* of the nlphabri or until the bowl bj empty The player eatto g llr-l To ermplete the alphabet ithe winner, or tn the >ecnnd sSjBBs i itlvp one whu i ga*atei number of Ml smalt pgjga wilt arM bj tii.' rntai M %  %  i i aaaaj Simple, aafe, tur* day-long freshness | odour-free clothe* BaTgdkMgg uW dnafrsesSaai %  adeart. %  laara* *I>IWI • riNiU iWdua MMdMlah> hh..faw %  — al i>i mmfUnM aad f it to n i th* •ka. prwaati ik.i *k<*y Uah %  '' %  aSTSff'.SS ft •" %  — 7.W.U. rti i*ati# aflCMB rie pevOTerav • %  Hky dua. I i naig anl. fcliatotoa aai .. Wg that dua. Iggg ag gto bMtoKaar. Ai atoat. an, asaBB* On akta —A • H—dan' fWaj HAZELINE SNOW A il'IIOlCH* wr.LLCOMB h CO. F10DDCT Rupert and Miranda — $ BEAUTY PRKPARATIONS fa* a&4£ The Sun-Tanned Baby lt> lrufrvs.r §JLSL BTMT, of Ediabwuk I .*HeriO WHAT Mti biulognral KlWI say ,,b 1 on ini aubaaol n ii to corn U %  nfuai I arrog thai h in i*apert of th-'ir biological worth. All Mankind Ltf I be understood that the human species comprises kind, one and indivisible It is a tingle species wherein individuals have the same basic toiuUiUiUun, although there may bj in;my vaittd perinutalioiis an that fnuiKliiUrai. Many ill-Informed people vie inclined to regard this niuthdiscutsed marriage as a union between two different animal %  pecies. It most certainly is not. Anlmth belonging to dilTercat species are commonly unattractive to each other sexually. Their reproductive habits can be utterly different. Mating can be impossible. Or where pomibh? the result is sterile, ns in the case of the mule. Yet within certain denned species man has developed a hybrid by a similar hybrid tend to vary much, and there can appear both "good" and "bad" charax-ieristir*. determined by the kind of bllogicl endowment they receive. But what has this to do wilb union between humans of different colours? In the llrst case let me repeat. "black" and "while" strains of mankind are nor different species. but varieties of the same. They came into being during the early stages of man's history and arose from groups of primitive man who becameseparate from each other Mutually FtsTtilr But ihese groups do not diffei M aheep and goats do They differ less than do the St Bernard and the Pekingese (both of which. remember, are members of th* same species > The two are mutually fertile, they are human being* whi> reproduce human beings, and the oenes (those entitles concerned with the transmission of hereditary characteristics Involved in the different shades of pigmentation of to* skin are comparatively' few and limited. There is much evidence which shows that the '•black*' is oorubily not inferior to the %  'White" as ii bloksrical specimen f^rvrronment It Is true that individual "blacks" can be inferior to individual "whiles" in the performance of a particular task. But ft is equally certain that the converse Is also true. The records of sport and of sclaalaiship under equal condittona of opportunity amply substantiate this. Of course a "black" from the wilds would find himself as inadequate In the centre of Piccadilly as a "attle" from Kensington wtould be if he fudoenry found himself native A "black" te mony with his isfern d to a nuch in baronment as a "white" is with his. But what we are considering is what happens when the two are brought together in an am rorrment that suits one but is possibly a disadvantage to the ( Them the differences, fai lawaj I and far less I mport ant than the MiruUiriticK. acquire significant values Stripped of these acquisitions (social, religious, cultural i there then remain* very little tu sepaiate them. Tory little save lhe o..loui of their akun tsssaal' And Had And tbe offspring of such a mating are only varietal hybrids —the product of two varieliet, differing mainly In respect of colour. There is no known reason why such l hybrid should not exhibi; all the characteristic qualities of the mongrel— hardness, excep1 tonal vigour, and so on. There is certainly no reason why It should not in many ways exrel either of Its parents. Whether it does or not depends on the quality of Itbiological heritage. And especially on the social environment in which Its genetic constitution develops. By the shuffle and deal off, thousands of hereditary factors!! that pass from parent to offspring*^ the cross b red la just as likely to inherit tbe pooled "good" factors as the "bad". nrvemrty In Us And this Is Just as true of the product of the mating of two IB "hi h-i. % %  • %  inaat ap ttoa auitfs. •m.4 Bfa fVtlBii ^ 'iihough n %  so hat." .,R.pM. 1 H ahc'it kkc U aW oakl tuv* my kb-D "f> mr ^ bo-,/ M** Bin pioaiptly. "Or my glhx." uyi EdWud. "Or my knk rim.., 'Higln •.. ihrn Itt'i fupan. %  'oughti. i\fy nase ££* %  %  nd xor Lrf* Bsnsag tssw. ISSM SKELETON CROSSWORD F~M PEN PALS JACOB SING!. (17 rain, An IOIM.I Eeolo | *, yeai Rei nold W I^>iii (is KSkis) JrfTT* ^adt>o (16 years) l oLocal Office Triiudiid Leaseholds l.t Patnlali-I i.rre. Trinidad, B.W.I. Miss .1 Attunl Guilder Co Tmea ol Malts. St. Paul's Street V-lettii. Malta; (age 31) whaaM to corrr-ip.m'1 with stamp calle-tors tillII IK I...iDoured pram* T -raaas ovar a sin aad net paaaa CKYITOQlOTK-stlera'a how to work it: AXTQLBAAXR Is LONGFELLOW One letter simply stands for another. In this example A Is used for the three L's. X for the two 0"e, etc. Single lelters. natos. trophies, the length and formation of the words art all hlnu Bach day th* code letters are different A Cryptogram QDOtatton AVRR BV. TE XPM SVJV TWAP C RTPW. 8LCA DPJA SPNRZ XPN FVf-BCJATCR RHEUMATIC PAINS Hare Is ftfeU raa* . Par real rabef f BBSJ faaaraabc paias M is ssas nh sl to oarraii UksV aause. When they are dor to fhe accusumastwa sf aodi., %  mpunbeB it asaans that j*ir kiaoeTS which shoukt fut.-i •••I theat harmful iaipurittea *tr shigguh and need a mrdioine to tone iheni up. De Witts a a aa tai and Bktddei Pule arc sperially prepared for this putpose. Thry aoothr aad tour up diatMuaaad ksdufys ao efffcnveiy that Uirarvital organs speedily "turn to aWtr normal function ol ilearuig thr sratem ui uupuritui Dr Wrtt's PUts havr bet-n _4 aslsrvnut rhcunaUir oafl imn I in many parta of the wo>ld V with great wa-rnaa. Tins h %  A mrdniiie may be fust what you need. Go to your chrnuat and obtain a lot DeWini PiUs rigtit By BOURJOIS "" WaVDaa tOOIH IIRUMI UIIIIH.K IM> \ANUM1M. OWgaSJ llkll.MA.MIM IIMH Rl *'t LUSTRQLENE SHAMPOO IS OUR SECRET III T THK BSSBtlS ABE THK SAME—DELIGHTFUL' ITS SHEER DELIGHT TO WATCH YOUR HAIR SWINE AND TO KEEI. SB SOFT SlhKINESS WHEN YOC WASH IT REGULARLY WITH l.l S I KOLF.SE. THE CXICOANIIT OIL SHAMTOO WIT1KIIT THE OILY 0OCOANUT SMEI.I. WHY NOT GIVE YOUR HAIR A*TREAT WITH LUSTROLENE ssasas RYNOK isst^aaaa.



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SUNDAY, MAY 2*. 11,1 Sl'SDAY ADVOCATE p.vr.F SINE Two N.C.Os To Be Trained In England Need For Women Labour Officers In Caribbean 4.1 IIM M ; I H the F OB Till: FIRST TIME B history of the Island CommiSfcloncd Officers from Ore Barbados Police Force have been selected lor training i.i %  %  nd The two Officers selected by the Commissioner of Police are Inspector Campbell Sprinter, Inapector in charge of area No. 1. and Sgt. Cecil Bourne. Chief Detective Sergeant, who U in charge of the total C 1 D "** recovered from his recent allin an inieiview with Ihr "/ and back onthe >oh again. Advocate yesterday. Col B T. THhRE is room m the whole of the Caribbean area lot w.men Labour Officers, Miu S. .*.. Ornlvit Labour Adviser to the Secretary of State for the Cotonttt told members of the Press at a Conterenct nmn at the Labour CommissiiiiH-r ~ %  %  — S:v SSM that tr.eii WVTJ lhou mdi bean working in agriculture, in shovs and I.I industry and fell that woman Labour Officers would take special interest In labour affairs as they were general! I d -t coneUlaUni vht i.' 'tercod. Miss OgiKie was sent out to He Wet I of Stair to gel lir-l I A Seoul .\..|-. Back On The Job SCOUTS and Scooters wiU be l In charge lad to -earn that our H.Q. Clerk I iirnlii.c.il %  %  Re? %  Km pi re II i] %  :. %  I. .ker. plain formad part i f the QfatWd of llonou: jl Ihe QBSSltllg "• BxbMlfaM at Comberrricre Schoo. on 24th May Borer Beetle Menace Musi Be Stopped By Hand-Pic king l/.iy Reduce Crop To 5 Tons Per Acre _. ' vi oimc HI pr,-i III-I ara Miwwt Mirhelm. CommlMlVncr of Poll !" sr ? u Attend Youth Service cF ControHlng IIM spread of the root borer boetl. %  i insed at a joint meeting of the Suiiu Producers' Association and Agricultural Society held Friday. The meeting was addr.ssed by Mr. E. S. Robinson. President of the Sugar 1'rmlueers' Association and Mr. R. W. E Tucker. Entomologist ol the Department of Science and The Girl GMMSST Pair | ... I( „ ^Q,, amonj. t ne member* of in There will be %  . t tbc pread ol thf two organisations, and then Mi on UM inTucker answered a few question day. 3rd June and by k The Sugar Producers' put by membeni. ol Col,, ne I H T. AShweuitH.n h.id therefore appointThe motion was finally paw P Eand, under ad___ a *Ommltts lo collaborate that a* a temporary measure ihe leave al the end of „.,„! „" cou ln bout ..Western Diaand children in eiiiplowi island ssbsastuJ? *m l\J,Vi &* -"ended the tmplrc Youth wa. also looking afte ?2S2j?t** .2! y ..*i l fi!S ft*** J. Strtrt Methodist measures for workers . i six-month course at the Poli College. Henddn. London. Empire Day Activities They will receive instructions in mere Troop had the privilege all branches of Police work and reding the First Lesson, apart from the theoretical side, they will be attached to a Police Force where they will do practical work. 'This training will not only benefit two men, but the whole of the Barbados Police Force." he said. He pointed out that on Ihci return to the island they will be Church Lad Brigade formed able to impart to the rest of the Guard of Honour to receive His Force here what they have seen Excellency the Governor on his and learnt. arrival to open the Empire League The Commissioner hopes it will Exhibition which was held there be possible to tend two non-comThey took part In an inter-troop missioned officers from the local competition organised by the DisForee on a course every year tr ict Commissioner covering st-v*n Indian Labour Officers as an observer. Defects Mi Daly a Tiade Unionist from irk at Combermere School A detachment of 18 scouts together with Guides. Cadets and had disco'cred in Trad* Unionism in the area. He pointe:! out that In Trinidad m in i>om of the other countries, there was sort of competition between the unions and it was unfortunate <• have two or more group* of trade unionistcompeting o:. Den a If of the same section. She said that 'hey should he I % %  I Variety Concert a: 8 p • :.-. ulnch Is to be raffled, will be on sale at ihe Fair. The bicycle *ill raited *t 3o pm The Ranger Entcrtainim-m %  taUMBent tar the Fata will take place by kind parmbsloo of Mba N. Burton al flt. Mlrhorl OtriV School. There will be formances. the first 23rd June at fl p.m. and a matinee on Saturday. 24th June at 4 30 pm Tickets mav be oMattM from Miss E. Fields, the Guide Department. Messrs Cave Shepherd and Company, from the Ranger*. 1th Ihe Putvtor ol S.:en,. aOd Agriculture in formulating a stheme to >U ..I with the f. 1 ol The committee had reported ( biiek to the Association and fa tkds report two methods had been sug•i Ding the peat; one was the re-introduction of Iho i d pa rtrin j of batUaa as soon .in,i the other lhat the Entomologist, Mr Tucker, be sent In ljuccnsuind. AUBjfaHf gta ii %  uat of DM nest Insee" PTt.ei .-• Gaaniaeaane which had leen HWIlUia riday. vary ene-live there Worship Ml A PMVATF SHOW win be %  %  %  ! gjOpgaj ihS XJXW^uTtelZ A given by the Mobile Clnem. Ej-SSJP'JkiSCS SSSS ~ '" Trlnid.a B t! e M %  t St John'. Ahmhoute on Tue.SZflS'iJSESfthSEEE: '•"• ol hmdl but Uw da, but tomorrow beln. BankSS SSmZ w., c Sim.lhnJ"ind h d now l !" P"*'. Holld,,there wlU be no .ho. Heel.h KnUea^X" 7.SS h fXSS!'JSZJSSJ^SS On Wednesday the Clnem. w,U Irom ,„30 ,2.5 Nine troo,, ^*SS:iSTSHZr. ^ npeted In true .^^j void polRW, but thouiht it u-aa legitimate lor %  contribute to political funds. Kdumtinn Caraseo Will Join Delegation performance but entered not be giving on Thursday it will visit the scout spirit exhibiting keen ... Lowthers and St. Patrick's area of ihuslasm. Bethel Troop gained Christ Church where a show will first place with 83.1 per cent, be given at Lowthers Plantation Combermere second and First Sen „,.,. v-rH Scouts third The Troop thai W1 "l*"' 1 ' tlw educational The last show of the week will came last gained 32 8 per cent; ';P <* J !" £ Jg^^Jg b. given on the Coleridge Schoo. not^ba^lad^cheer up, everyone S^^Z^'SS^ which %  nt.v year> ago the Department ol Agriculture had instituted the f picking the beetles l>* i.anu He thought they were all conversant with how it was done then. During the 10 years that 9SLB i5^fSS:, w h3iURatfl should return to the gMttkad the hunu cullecUng of beetles Mr. Robinson thonkcl Mi Tu er tor the lecture he had given. Drunken Driving; £7 A FINE of £7 to be paid in thin Imposed E. A McLcod oi I^ither Duguid of King'* ViH.C' Keoue*l LM bunds yssAartfay when he was foun. *&+ %  guilty o( driving a motor • %  bib under the influence of dnnl 1 May 20. f r. if L. Masslah Mud on Ma. purpose' U> provide,! 1M Govern-''' '"' "^"""W OUgtUd tui mem The Dueetoi hud MIHV re1 "' l, '"'i Hospital about 5.15 pjii plied stating that he hoped the f nd '""-id that ne smellr.t Govanuneni would see fit to do so. %  '' %  '" '"> uniiaadj in IU In the meantime II was necesP wt > "d was excited. Th< iy .thin lOBMtluni should b t pupils were dilated, OOJUal, jr.. done to control the pest, said Mr '-clcd slowly lo light, tin Mill liotiiison As they knew, some rat was 100 and other renem \regurn' ion. they had w of Agri to the 1 >i. iltuie asking him to i • ,. ri write the Government requesting na ihat ue neeaasan lunda for ST. LUCIA, May 27. II was announced to-day that C.overnmcni has agreed for the Hon. Francis J Caraseo, MBE Member of the Executive and pasture for the benefit of the residents of the Coleridge School ""' "J h^ce. I Ct Dj.lne i of St Peter. an't come first! the who Scout, toured each of the seven petition the u,ok P liC norp las >'''*' na,t 'i""' 1 local Chief a s* 1 *' 0 amount of good, and she The current programme of I s?^,Tc'c^mpalled"by'The^F. ^S^^^^TT' Mobile Cinema Is: 'Cossack 0ur Cnlef „ a keen ^^ d doing a great deal^ towardim Horsemen". "Trooping the Colour, we understand that he was most runnm r educational classes "This Is Britain—'SB". "Hill Sheep favourably impressed with the I" 1 ** wer ivin K,.'' our 'r. ""•' Farm". "Motherhood". "East standard of work that was being £ ,u !" '" conjunction with the Afrtcan College" and "British done. (Note this, you Scouts and """ .p. 1 !" Mu ll IX |,a rt "; en i, ; News.Scouters. and don't let the Chief Jho Un.vemty OHCBC ofthe West M R. F. MOO*E WILL be the down!) Other persons interested J£' "15 622^*!^!^" speaker at a Religious Servic ivhich will be given at ttv the United Kingdom as the fourth uivtiitM'i of -i deleg.ition to i'.Iervlew the Colonial Office In connection with the predlcO'iient of %  \i pi luting in the reconstruction of Castries. The decision was ree> lied al B joint Council mailUng tollowillg reprsent,ilions by the Se.iinen'n Union of which Caraseo is President and the Workers' Union of which Caraseo la a Member Of the Exerutlvr and a former President. HJOO veaily to help. His Association had agreed that Ihe %  Chatng should be rc-lntroduet.i and they had subsequently i %  i latter to Cfararainent at king fur the sum of 83,600 year:. by way "f wbataly This figura was suggeste.1 taking into co i uld ** experts from Enalnnd to come uowii here t At (amp Troop left town lo spend the long week-end In Camp at Barrow courses for the benefit of Trade A N EMPLOVCE of the Electric Sl Lucy ,.., „ Kood u mi|e Company recently reported journey for anyone who would the loss of seven sheets of care to visit them. You can be gnlvnnize and a padlock, total assured of a warm welcome at the value |24, from Ihe storeroom of end of your journey and encourthe same company during the ogement for the return trip, month. Scouts of the Y.M.C.A. Troop DOLICE WERE KEPT busv In 1 let f r camp over the weekr Broad Street yesterday direct* Jit. Alban's yesterday On zr^'^zv^^^^^''^ y ou " amount of traAc in Bridgetown Investiture Ihe Constables were called upon On Thursday, May 18, an investo keep a watchful eye. titure was held al Cornbermere One Constable told the Advocate when E Forde. M. Dowries, 1.. that he had not seen so much Clarke. E. Clarke, M. King, C. rrafnc In the City since Easter. Long. O. Lovell and W. Gibbs ed to,lay to have stolen the This is because of the Whitsuntide were admitted In to the great coastal paddle steamer "Samoke' holiday. Brotherhood. Well boys, confrom a Ashing hamlet north of Most of the people In the City Ta,s to >' ou Th" hi your first Calais and set sail across the bad to do their last shopping yes**P and we trust you to do your Channel, terdav as shops and starts will be g,,!" !" U P lo l " ''* of ^ _, Monday. It was ung^Afioc C aj u rds -.P?'"* and. ship. WantedToSee England: Stole Fishing Boat l-ONDON. May 27 Two young Frenchmen with an irgc to see England were report' The Unions contend that the cirsupiirt, and he had no doubt th.nl cumstances deeply concern labour when it was referred back to him and the delegation should contain (01 % % %  loiiiinenls, he would Ian at leasl one full-fledged Unionist, the ueeessnry action. The Unions also placed on record Tl t meeting was called to lie.o their objection to the selection of a it>) Ml TUCMr on llu sub the lion Cllve Beaubrun on the jeet. after which it would be aseerground thai he Is a Nominated Ulni i whathar UM members, aMember .ind not in position to planters, were willing to join ir r speak on behalf of any constitua COH>paratiVt cffoii lo put UM ency. scheme again into operation Thoj could readily appreciate the fa*' thi.t 11 was useless fm the Daparl Bienl of Agriculture lo g'> |Mad wiih the aenaina unlaai they wars lha eo-uperatlon of the I %  V-. HI I \ ., % %  -." of fact, tite %  ugBjastlon bad DOOM director of the Departn -lit that bafoea inythfcng ! %  dona ,i joint meeting of the Association rig i d ba eaiied rs/thal UM whofc position could hi put baton F.B.I. Um-ovorrt Clur In Slaying Of I cnuili Lawyer Cpl. Worrell naid on aU) M consequence of a report receiveo he wen) to Dalkellh Road and saw two cars which weie involvad i a collision. Duguid admitted that he was lh driver of one of the ean Mi KeLgJOd. further i and disqualliled DugUkfl iths. NEW YORK. Ma> Tha Nrw York Daily TIBM in u copyrighted fclory on Saturday mei bers to find out whethe llul ine Manl Hui-rau of linesnot they were in favour of Ugation has uncovered a major scheme clue in the Bahamas slaving of Bell% Itenner attrachvv Washington. D.C. lawyer. The new eviMl Tlu Kl r tuln xM mvmlH > v A Few Kacts deuce linking prominent flgt death .ith there lo give then "^ iniv ii> -HI•llli optn closed fortunate that Ihe day i so hot NOW CUBS on both sides of the Channel „... _oar.hr*nhelt i^ "th. tBI Mid Ihe Slale IK-p.,l,m-l,l. hc ,. lrcu | nr ,,,„„ „,„ u,.,,.,,,,, ,., and a hreuK in Ihe eaa? Is near, a-.., ,,i,„„, .„J,,,u mil Un SS 0 !" ". J".*. 0 ";^^'^ !" ."' 1 "'' wul.1 Uable lo ,l",on,emenl ol Jualke lawyer w. '" %  • !" jJJI J^SSi II..I strangle and beaten lo death '"' "J" J", ''""'" .,' '! while ..ealiohin, lul April Ka? d li? Z. TS. iS Sir Harry was killed In LSM3. planMra had eoUabonited in ti>Count Alfred de Miingnv. soning to stamp out ihe menace. Tha' In-law of the tilled Canadian >id gone on until 193W. although mining magnate was acquitled of some planters had conjjnued tK-etlt slaying Sir Harry after a sensapicking after that year tional trial during which De The question was. wars UM) Marigny's wife, the former Nangoing ' sit and allow (heir fleldi cv Oakes, testified in his defence. *0 be ravaged again; Twent> The Oakes-Ue Marlgny marring.>cars ago the only method known — annulled recently. The news wai to wait for the beetle to cmne and then grab it. They now had ridence Indicates that M: Renncr ran across previously undisclosed evidence in the Oakes case The paper adds, fhe was known to have met ;< man who was associated with Oakes belter method" Plowing was one -•illthough plowing was not -ut able for every typo of soil In Puerto Rico The tuvtk wag also eaiuii who was a witness III the De trouble m Puerto lino. Mr TUCh Marlgny trial a few days before gil td, un.i in thai lounlrj the* v. her partly nude body was found using aou fumlginti. But wh wedged in an opeti well In a pine grag lUllabM la one part of fl forest. Miss Renncr w.is accomworld was not alwayi fNtttabli panied on the Nassau trip by a anotner He thought II would Ik friend Alice MacDonald of New a food laa foi them to hud out York. They stayed at Lost House, how Australian planlrri hud suca Nassau reaort. Since Mis* ceeded with the use of Gs — FRESH Flower & Vegetable Seeds AT WEATHERHEAD'S Csbhaga, Carrot. Beet. Let tuce, Tarnlp. Okra. Tonato, Eggplant, Leak Kohl llu I i ('-' i\. i i Parsnip, Caullflowar, Or ass. Parsley, Oucuaibsr, 8(|tiasli (Ti Kinds). Radish (3 Kinds). Thyme. Calory, Swast Marjoram. Watarnwlon. Pepper (5 kinds). Pumpkin, M-I Cli.ii.l I'l.in-.tCabbage, Mil* Uid. anapdragon (2 kinds). Zinnia, Candytuft. Petunia. Marigold (I kinds) Phlos. t-.tm.itmil. Coreopus, Co-mos. lalrla, A l y m it ni. ChrysanUisniiiui. Hollyhock. Ageratom, (lmll.it dla. Larkspur. Portulaca, Vsrban*. Dahlia, Calllop-i-. Naal'i. I'lin Lupliu. Balnam, Dm hloia. 8weitt William. Uodotla, Nigella. Swoet Psas In colonm. Delphinium. Ost your supply to day from uiirci: WEATIIERHEAI) LTD. Uonel Gill of My Lord I injured last nigh: Neiva, the capital of Huila Departnvolved In an acm ent. said the commercial area of cident with the molor bus E— 44 the city was badly shaken bv tha Way said on May 27 he wen ..long Baxter's Road. blast The panic-stricken resito Harris who had a basket of Gill wa ahortly after laken to dents were described as having bananas with about five or six Iri p General Hospital where he was run headlong for open areas under hands In it. When he asked her detained the impression that It wa* an to sell him two shillings worth of The motor bus. the property of earthquake It was sairi that a bananas she bluntly refused. He the Leeward Motor Bus Company, cigarette butt carelessly thrown then reported the matter to the was driven by Clalrmonle Lavine u )de had caused the explosion — police. of Mile i QuarWr. St Peter Caa. ~ MacDonald's return UM "News" says she had received several telephone ealU from a hysterical woman who Is believed to have tuld MaSJ MacDonald to keep quiet about anything she might know. Calls were purported lo have come from the maid at Loat %  "'"tit that the root bor, House. Hut the "News" says It *£,* ht-ginnlng to sh understands that the F B.I has eherked calls and found they did not come from the maid. With Ihe ptMNnaa of fhe root borrr. itaara could i %  mote than five tons of runes per in re In his opinion Barbados, eould not afford such a la economy. There was no doubl menf up Mr. Tucker then drew pntuies n the hlacklM,>rV','.'.*.-^.VO'.'.-.-^.V.'.'^> ix)addinq DISTINCTIVE AND DIFFERENT Out Buyer gos yearly to the British Industries Fai. WST It quarant—g Low Prices I YOUR IEWELLERS Y. DE LIMA & CO., LTD: ThOfa 4644 -o20, Broad Stieet -. I, ,|„| Mixed Vrsetahlas. tkimmed I'uwder Milk l %  %  I RaKlna f oekUil BUculU llanut ilooked) Hams (Smoked) Potato* Crisp* < I'uii %  • % %  . lb. IsU-ast beries Tina Tin* \|l|ll. S .||, Tina lb. Coeklall Siuum Tina PkcH Tina Tint, Tins. Ih Puddlngn Tina lb Tina. Tins Ketchup Beta BoU CftaWfftaa Bets. PLRKINS & CO., LTD. RcK-linck Slrerl — Dial 27112 & 4502 Mr. CONTRACTOR or BUILDER LOT US SI.'I'PLY YOI/R RIXiFIN'i: KVF.KITK Mil I I — All ihM lr..m S fl. to %  • fl. WK OFFKK FOB VOIK KIDINC COMFORT THF AM. STEEL IIK1TISII BUILT "IIOPPF:R" CYCLE t varlrly of modrla In alack Including : I ..Ii, ClrnU', Hporla. wllh ar without 3 Speed Qaatt" Hudilm. Trlryrlpa, etc. FULL KANCK OF SPARF.S CYCLE AdKSSORIKS AND Inrludlna Sparc, and lflh Preeaure TYRES and 11. Ill s tor Raring tyrlaa. #*.. HMIII.XnOS fill Milli 1.1 J. While Park Road. R4 Michael. Dial : 1528 Dial : 4528



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r\i:i i U.IIT SUNDAY ADVOCATi: BARBADOS ADVOttTE %  %  —---1 Sundn>. Mv 2X. 1950 Slop: Major Hoad Ahead "GRANTED that men always need a government armed with weapons adequate to defend them against external enemies, how are they themselves to l>e protected against the abuse of its power?" This question is posed by "The Tinu-.s" in an Editorial as the result of a speech by Lord Cecil of Chelwood. in the House of Lords, on May 17*h. when he moved the motion:—"That the growing power of the Cabinet is a danger to the democratic constitution of the country." Those who have studied the growth of the English Constitution, have watched with growing concern the ever increasing concentration of power in the hands of the Executive. Lord Chelwood particularly drew attention to the effects of the parly system on the growing danger of which he warned. "Executive power" he said, "was vested in the Cabinet . The Cabinet, appointed by the Prime Minister, had dictatorial powers over the whole administrative function of Government, and the Prime Minister was answerable only to the majority of the House of Commons, who owed their positions to a political organisation of which the Prime Minister was chief." Two great safeguards are the traditional means of ensuring that government does not abuse its great power. The first is freedom of speech reinforced by the great rights of parliamentary privilege. The second is a judiciary renowned for impartiality and divorced from politics, applying a common law between all citizens and even against the state. Both of these historic checks are to-day far less powerful than they were a century ago. The greatly increased power of the political caucus and the difficulty of persons, (so strongly evidenced at the last Elections), not standing with the support of one or other of the great parlies to get elected, means that a member must be careful not to voice opinions for which the party may expel him. For therein lies his political grave. Even the great Judiciary applying the I Common Law has been seriously and sadly circumscribed. A great mass of Administrative Law has arisen, administered by special tribunals with no right of appeal to the law courts. The slate has taken to itself the rignl to say that certain principles, enshrined in the Common Law, such as that no man be deprived of his property without compensation is no longer right. Some statutes have tried to do this and have only been changed after public protest. These considerations are of topical interest to Barbadians. Here too. the same trend can be discerned. Ever greater power is being vested in the Executive Committee. In years past, a multiplicity of Boards performed many of the duties now entrusted to the Executive Committee. Here too there has come into being, or will shortly come into being, tribunals of a semijudicial character. They decide such matters as the compensation, if any. which the Government is to pay to persons whose property has been compulsorily acquired by Government. Here too the independent has been squeezed out of politics. The elections of 1948, like the English elections of this year, show the marked trend in politics. Here tdo the growth of party politics and the extension of the franchise has given rise to a modified party machine. Voting in the < %  Assembly, like tha' in the House of Co;n:.i;ns. reflects only too much the of party Whips rather than the <>f individual members. England's present position has been reached largely on account of the necessity for efficiency and centralisation in two World w-ars. The pressure in Barbados is not as great. There is time for Barbadians to pause and consider the direction in which they are travelling. It is not too late to stay the drift. In a world in which free speech, parliamentary privilege ana the rule of law are fast dying out it is as weil for local politicians to ask themselves if modernity is always w'sdem. For Boy* IN 1949 some 700 juveniles were brought before the Island's Courts. The Police Force has decided that there is not enough being done in Barbados to keep boys off tha streets. But instead of raising a question in the House of Assembly and hoping that Q M iimesit will wave a broomstick and grant funds to reduce crimes they have taken a page from the copybook of other countries. The Police are going to run a Boys' Club to keep boys out of the courts. The first club will be in Bay Street not far from the Royal Barbados Yacht club and quite close to that wonderful recreational centre known as the Esplanade. The actual headquarters of the Club will be the excellent stone building formerly used as a Police station and closed only a few months ago. It is hoped that forty or llfty boys will join the. club (which will be free of course) and that the idea will spread like wild fire through Barbados and that other Boys' clubs will be opened in Oistins. Speightstown and wherever boys congregate in the streets and have nothing to do except fall into wicked ways and habits. • The club is sponsored by the police and will be staffed by volunteers from among the force who will attend every day of the month on the basis of one day for each helper. The emphasis will lie tin games— boxing, running, boating, darts, table tennis and all the other activities so proper to a Boys' club. The Police have been completely won over to the view that most crime is preventable and that it is better for them to spend a little time helping boys who have no tixed home but the streets to grow into good citizens of the future and possibly even become good policemen of the future. Those briefly are the facts and it is impossible to praise the initiative of the Barbados Police Force too highly for their very welcome decision to add social welfare to the many other duties which they are performing so well in the interests of the community. The Police are not asking for funds on the grand scale. They are giving a concert on June twenty ninth to obtain the necessary start for their scheme but they hope that every single individual of Barbados will contribute here a sixpence there a shilling or even a solitary cent to help the police to help young Barbadian boys to live a life so much more full than that of the Bridgetown streets. A committee has been appointed of which Colonel Michelin is the Chairman. The Social Welfare Officer and three others complete the committee of live. June 29lh will always be remembered in Barbados as a red letter day for the mothers of boys who have no homes of their own. All other Barbadians will remember it and will start saving now to give their contribution to a cause which is worth the support of every one in the community. The more good citizens there are in Barbados the better for Barbados. Can anyone doubt that the running of a Boys' Club in Bay Street will do anything but good to boys who have so little orthodox forms of entertainment that 700 a year find their way into the local police courts? THE pi*. i of the World famous Ob ei.immnu Passion Play for 18 years took May 18 I '.. i ID Ibl town hovel for a part In the ptay; no matter how 1 men and boys Itl Itaelff hair grow l" n *t — and try to STOW beards — as no | Snobbery In Paperdom SUNDAY. M\V : %  I. > II limn.... GALVANISM) OVAl. BATHS— IS lu 30" GALVANISM! TfoVND BATHS—14" to 26" I. M.V AXISK I1 BUCKKTS—I.ishl. Mcdiur.. and Heavy GALVANISED 'wATKKING POTS GALVANISED GAKBAGL CANS GALVANISED SINKS 20" X M" GALVANISED WIRE 10, 12. II, 16. IX Gaugr WILKINSON & IIAYNES CO, LTD. — HI — % %  r-, l'r C. S. PITCHER & CO.. LTD. MM I U",2 & 4SS7 III < KIMIH STORKS A the clock in the tower began ||, C* <„ striking ihe witching hour of mid• Bight, -i (ami rustling and whispering began in the until then p ..lu-Uy been dark ami mien! office The chmr Charge if neglect ernment House, the Attorney General's and Auditor General's offices Shu actually had the neck king up to. a to make a pus at me when she if duty on ihe heard who I was and we happened of the twelfth stroke hi I hSftH) part i I %  minor official, and wai to meet each other passing through died sway when a MmuuI'apei disappointed that it had not culthe Treasury. And now that that an unbelievably unimportant minuted in a severe censure that no-class go-getter has squeezed subject said in a disgruntled voice, would have led to its own promointo society through the back door. "No one can say I'm not as lion to Ub j-pnere of the looks down her nose at the democratic as any paper ever bom ihe 'CONFIDENTIAL* class, exhonesMo-god tiles that In any paper mill, but I must s*y claimed: backbone of the Service. 1 that the airs and graces some paMsainted aunt' To hear these ... ., . per* affect %  enough to make anyJumped-up Secret File people -Hem. hem. gently coughed a one sick to death of the pretence talking you'd think they had blue bored-looking copperplate invitath.il besSABM we are all bom equal, blood in their veins instead of red tion card bearing the Royal Arms. wo all remain as good as the next ink Why. that saucy piece trying i ^ on i an >, one tc ."l* ir tr ue E t,, ldllt i,k e „ duchess was still that the Paper -nd Ink Union hint blank sheet when tend to stage a march to Govcrn"Ye*. indeed." agreed a spit;., v;i ,,„ the visiting list of Govment House led by a steel band tcri'h-looking blank inside sheet that had been left neglected in the On Jths qo with pigeon hole and whose vin.n surface had never been sullied i>y a single mkmark. "Look at the frustrated lifo I've had to live owing to the silly mistake of Mime Ustfl clerk. 1 w.m as attractive .1 blank sheet as any of you. ami hat chance have 1 ever had of being useful**" V scrap of paper from a torn jp igh draft that had been sp^lt und thrown into Uie wastspi I basket, snorted and then bun! He to protest ngalnst the colour disI crimination that goes on among I official documents In Government | %  ittice Immediately all the tiles began rustling violently in strong disap1 proval at this unpopular suggesI tion; and a copy of the Official Gazette, forgetting to be dignified, | ffoM Indies nd. for Hall shouted angrily: attar, the British Empire, can "LOOK' This a Barbados, proud ol Ed ir WtteUwlser. Not Antigua. We Bejan papers A MeM 11 in it %  % %  •* Oilier By Geo. Malcolm Thomson By Edyor Mlftclholc.r. Huuar'.h Press. Bs. fld. 24*; pours. haven't yet descended to steel .*.,,.,„„ n t hi. nnvai bands as a means of trying to lmlle nets the scene of his novel h ,,__., _, t ij_Ti_i_.„ I don't see what either of KM |n I V"''',;' 2? two have to complain about. Look local atmosphere is ski %  hat's happened to me. T01 up and thrown away as usclc l up, although Mittelholzer %  1. %  1 KrlpUoo. )U"t because some half-baked This is the tropics without eve "official couldn't write good grammar. Do you know. I was born Siamese twin. Some busybod. separated me from my brotlie: and he, although never better than I, has seen life with a capital I. He's been petted and pondered V by every Head of Department Hi the Service, attended n %  galore, and lieen to Government House and other Important pliice* Ho has been quoted in the H of Assembly and the Legislative Council, given the Colonial Secretary many a headache, and is row full of his own Importance that he preaandj not to know me and talks with a super Oxford-cumBajan accent. The last time he passed through .this office he was hobnobbing with a copy of a dis< patch to the Secretary of State. Head of the administra| tion." "Hear, hear." chorused all the I tiles, as a Blue Book got ponder| ously to his feet. As soon as there | was silence he said: an* palm tree he theme Is the inter-play ol 'In any case, there is no disisid racial ISSBBBSSS*, usuall, crimination among writing Kept under the surface, some* printing materials in Barbados. lime breaking out In a rash of Bed ink. black ink, white paper. %  %  .i.ii.i The. annot the tensions lead pencil and purple typescript between Maes nd white, Nothing " work together In harmony to 1 --II > on the Government here. We •n Sri pure (,on '' V*y any attention to what whit* But French creotas d** P ,%  n mun -'S^tor* with imaginary Creoles, Coloured look grievance, say. Chinese Bitterest conAn old Minute Paper, erumpl.e*! ihat of poor negroes for East Indian. THAT WKEU.XG IS MK 10YI: Alt Ol ! COCKADE FIXE HEM The Rum that ticklea the Palate SI.HO 11 I...11I, from HitIII IMU IIS STAIVSFEID. SVOTT A tO.. I lit. end brown with age on whom th ink had faded until It was almost m fear. Fear of the coloured th.d „, ^ ,. ^ wcU hundred the less coloured will unpede the.r und g m ^ thp ^^ Qf social advance. Fear ol the negro np ^.j,^ ha| ww f M Jn ,"a' '" wnseu "*•* %  "" %  vouth over the deep water har, tlemiis him to base occupation*, hour. Everything that has be< Anxiety uf Mr. Jagabir. the Mid nere tonisht has been said and I heard him say, 'My deah %  Indian, that he will IKsent over and over again for more than fellah I expect we'll nuet In lion''"* '" '"'"' w lk '" %  • M, '" r century, but I'm ashamed to don this wmtah'. If that's what ''" ''' Anxiety of Mr Murrain, the that neither high speed stonograI he calls equality, I hope he gets Englishman, that Jus wife xtr.iphy nor the touch typing that has f 1 oM-bitten if he ever does get to vaganco will prevent him from replaced the old quill pen, seem London in the winter." saving enough money to settle in to have produced any more good An over-dressed feminine M.P. England. feeling in Paperdom that the market SECRET' in red. that Fear, above all. of Horace negative result achieved by the %  bared a locked drawer wilh other Xavler, the negro omce-bo,v. th*; endless debutes by human beingn impoitant papers, sighed and said his Infatuation for lovely, hlgnon the deep water harbour. Think In the ultra-refined vole of a horn coloured Mrs. HincJcMm exwhat a good example you could chorus girl who had married a poses him to the mockery of the %  lhc w humans If you thought title: "1 do wish these working„|]U.Ills declaration of lov.v mo '* ' ^{J-.V"^ class papers would let the upper ,,,„„*! out of Shakespeare, is nosed our own importance. the smgU oul b} the prying Mr. Jagabir „ Ivn _, ri r h—kv U, draemai pltlabhi rather ^TxUact' fW M.RWthnn coateeapUUe. tered runc | V aiul in t Pr rupted with: Al'hough nobody sneers at .. Buti Grandpa, things have Horace, the boy s -VIf-consciouslliun ged since you retired. Why, 1 ...nfused sense of inwhen I was in London I met very ferl'.rily produces an explosion. many important papers from all Ho rushes sobbing from Utl over the Empire. And at our mldofflco. "Keep you' job I don 1 „ight paper conferences nt the m nt it." Colonial Office, everyone of us had The Vitality of the novel is In the right to criticise the other frccIti portraits, delicately tinted in ly. K you could have heard half of amber: Mr Lorry, the the things the files there said about tlvn'ion "in the lady-killer; Mr. Lopez, the e> the papers that come frqm Barbathc Govennr's desk." starved cricketer; Miss Bbmauth. dos today, you'd be glad you re" her comp-uiioi 1 ting tone, "what 1 gel sume res hours. I do ratty.' "Well, my dear said in an ingratlunuK mm-, do you enpect? Wi'h all the tosh talked these days .bout equality by vote-catching politicians, we can hardly hope alv.-ays to enjoy the peaceful secluskn of His Excellency's sound proof safe at night Every time I ftrid n vself billeted elsewhere, I long loi that refuge from the gabble, gabblo of the h<> polloi that IN basket c > The file marked SECRET tossed the Indian poet; Mr. Reynold... her newly acquired perm, and who has no colour complex bebegan: cause he comes from Grenada. "It s these big cocktail parties that Mrs Hinckson. whose trouble iare responsible for much of the that only frigid intellectuals warn eird mixtures now meets In t marry her. hen you did." The old patriarch wiped hi: pecs and Axing the last spcakci %  *ith a baneful glare, said: want "I'm not a bit surprised. What docs surprise me Is. that so lew society. It's fortunate that official A snudl. unusual world of you seem to realise how much papers don't drink or observed with humour but withmore could be done il so mucr 'Don't what!, loudly intemipted ou t detach a piece ol blotting paper that Dad gone to bed well soaked and had EDGAR just waked up with a well-deserved hangover. "How d'you mean— official papers'* You speak for yourself, old dry-as-dust An ordinary open file that had %  MITTELHOLZER, bori 1909 in British OtalMM of SuHss German stock; bepon urillnp adrcnturr stones at Ihe agr of 10, to England in 1948. time was not wasted by talking so much and doing so little." At that moment the lanltor opened the office door, and as the daylight streamed in. the papers silently turned to face the promis ol a new day. " Beadep Smr: -H Trans-Canada Could Be Used The Editor, The Advocate— SIR.Until recently travellers by air between Barbados and Tobago were, on giving notice, dropped or picked up there l>> the Barbados—Trinidad plane This arrangement h.i^ In > %  : n. continued and passenger* now have to go to Trinidad und change planes there. No improvement in regard to the time or convenience of tho travelling public. Added to this, planes are now so timed that the Barbados planes only get to Piarco after the last Trinidad plane has left Th s • %  tails stopping the night in Trinidad with all the Inevitable bother and expense. So the Journey Is very much slower and costs half as much again If Trims-Canada could be used on a Saturday the connection at Piarco could be made, but I am informed that despite national agreement every Company honour* each other's tickets, by arrangement with the B.W.I. A., Trana-Cnnada may only take from Barbaii" to Trinidad. Canadians who are Island hopping. It is surely unreasonable thai. if It does not suit B.W.I.A. to run a connecting service, they should put obstacles in the way of travellers. C. E. SHEPHERD CuUeton House. St. Peter. May 22. 1950. A'o Monopoly To The Editor The ^doocite SIR.—Ther %  has recently appeared In the columns of a local paper (not the Barbados "Advo< 1 tain statements regarding the Government negotiations with BU.O.C./T.LL. and in these statements BUOC./T.LL, were classified as a "combine" which put up an outrageous claim lor a monopoly ol operations over the whole ol the Island. ^hich also saw fit to refuse the "cenerous offer of the GovAs a matter of fact. I) U O.C./T.L I,, never at any (JlM dt nianded a monopoly ver the whole Island, but 01 for %  temporary licence to permit their carrying to comp'.-" ng researches which they conducting for many years. At the end of this prospecting period they would only huve been able to retain a lease covering Mf". of the total area. Turning to the comment In the same paper re our refusal of the generou* offer of the Government." this will not be taken seriously by anyone conversant with this matter, for, n* we have already intimated In your valued columns, the "generous offer" referred to amounted in actual fact to a nctt increase of 2.5% In Ihe area lo be leased, making a total rctainablc gross area of 27|**( < nctt approximately 22%) In compensation for the abrogation ol leases covering 78% ol the drillable area ol the Island, and an expenditure of lour and a quarter million dollars (S4.25O.OO0.OO) on oil prospecting and developments In Barbados The statement made further mention that this money was principally spent in our own interests, but this Is not correct, since we have not been offered a reasonnble opportunity to make use of the knowledge gained by our expenditure, and it now appears that our money may ha\c oeen spent not In our own but In those of our competitor*. Yours faithfully. THE BRITISH UNION OIL COMPANY LTD. E. E MACINTYRE. Attorney and Manager. Crichrl Cuminnil The Editor, The Advocate— SIR.—I have always read with the greatest Interest tho writings of your Sports writer O. S Coppin. I admire his knowledge of that great game cricket, but I was a little surprised to read his article of Sunday May 18. Can't he take h.' 1 myself am not aware that Ernest Eytle Is a know-all nor has ho played for Briti-: I but he is Intelligent and 1 knows his cricket. We here must learn to take all types of criticism In our stride. Eytle h.i* perhaps locussed attention a sharply on what, m hi were the weaknesses of tho West, Indies team. However the real point I would like to make is that Mr. Coppln seemingly objects to Eytle's remarks and In like manner many a Guiancse ob)ecL< lo the conclusion arrived at after the lait Barbados—British Guiana cricket scries in Barbados; when the B.G. players were judged on performances which could hardly be a credit to them when they •ould not possibly have got gnj net or match practice in preparation for the tournament due to tho heavy rains In B G. from NorStnbSff 1949 to the time the team sailed. Even now the Trinidad Guardian's B. R. Jones and H. M. Thorne like Mr. Coppln still write of that series as if ChristianL Palraudeau. Gaskln. Trim and company were in top form when facing the formidable and much practised Barbadians. I am making no excuses but the fact cannot be too greatly stressed, that the B.C. boys, through m fault of their own were placed at a distinct disadvantage hi ihosi all important trials on which Ai'iiI>.--I selecti %  • %  f 11 tho WoIndies team. GL'IANESE ENTHUSIAST Castries, St. Lucia. Rwftivtt rhe Editor. The Adoocsgs SIR.— Those of us who ar attending tho A.A A.B. sport on Monday and Thursday hav OtU request to make of the Association — that they allow us know the course of expiration the laps In the cycle events gives one a feeling of frustration to see cyclist* speeding arc the track and not to know how fir advanced the race is (iYMNASTTKOS ll MM;-uh.h .re suned with .1 nm rtV-plumr hut un.w,. %  SssSfsJ by the customary bona ndea. iwll be Ignored. Man* such reach the Editor's desk each week, and readers are again reminded i.f ihe asssSSaStl lor the writer** name to be known to the Editor, not lor publication, bat as an assurance of tood faith. THE MIDDLE WATCH which 1 | M'H. at the EMPIRE THEATRE IN JUNE will find most of the beautiful ladies wearing those 10VELY DRESS MATERIALS stocked by DA COSTA & Co., LTD. YES BOYS! It's MUSIC MUSIC MUSIC" AND AFTER .... MCSIC and IJANCING KEEP UP THE ENJOYMENT WITH GODDARDS GOLD BRAID RUM 7*T.' n/trv 1111 "BKOMK" l"t GOLD BRAID.



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PAC.F TFX SITJDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY, MAV U. 11M WE ARE ALL GOING WRONG A Century And A Hall Of Healing 1* .\oriuan IlilUuii YOU ahvvs hear it Mid that clwir men usually marry idly Take it Irom Mr. Alfred Acker munii. tMa is not true. On **_ lit Sill II ^ Hobiu the contrary, he uy. they tend ? ?i^ lv !" fl !" V to marrv womer. who are them•• '!*,'.',' t" u i.. u ~. n a,„,,.i "' %  %  " *"" ir held Chat weftien g*| more ^"-IUW UHW men. Rut d lh, rrsJlj have a mare drllratear-ffar tnuwlr. a finer apart-elation of coloar. a snare •llMTlmlnatinx sense of BSeirh or smell than we eoarser selves exceptional. Mr Ackermann, who is B2 yeara old. should know, for he haa apent 38 years ilehuaking anoat of our mistaken MM <+ierisbed beUefs. So fai he and an 87-year-eld assistant. Mi J W. Jams, have found that raore than 2.000 at them are wrong IVIiru nonirn do Ikr hmiliiili .-iithrul ensanreihig stuk-! air Ackerrmiran first heard thai men are always the tnd women the hunted. ltd l" Ma* thl< widely held -.1 pinion He discovered that more often the reversewas true Among other proofs was the evidence H naadale-iluss maniaaa men in ChtchMC — 1 adroUMd •hev h;.rl Arsl been seduce* by^a woman. Again, ererywheie he went he wa* told that character eooid be road frem the face HERE are Bui Mr Ackermann established Mr. Ackermann* debunking, throuch the experts thai there Is The leoendar v *. !. between the sir* and shape of the head and ability %  sort. Nor does the eomplexlan forehead, asse chin or any other feature bear a known relation to psyrholoilcal Is it praM lltM a baker's fradV tti health u" ,mi muscles Th*V T, e 1 """' n "^ ;trr "" 1 lkr ,„ %  „ !" * SESSh^aSLaJTSS dlera. bricklayers, and ttlmk311 sllghtlv above the r~or these letters.indicate ivsragv of Fellow and Member gained •• Mftaaal mortality rate Britain's Royal College of Su. occurs among innkeepers and geona which for ISO year* ana %  %  %  It M a ware aaiurernu* la prick yosrarir wMh a pin II.. %  neeaUe. Neither metal i--.li the leading collage uf surgei in Uritain. experimental research k. : Client of surgery, I Buckaton Browne, a London geon. In ItfSl endowed the farm in the English county of m which now bears his name, coat of f 100.000. A recent President the College, Lord Webb.ewe Uoiveruty of Glasgow. The'stab, Johnson, years ago recognised ,f the purchased the more extensivo thoe collection of John Hunter on his Jeath for 115,000 and entrusted tt to the newly founded :Royal — -^-f—r J|nrio ^ y^ fl -ouege 01 Surgeon, for prfsetvam n "*2 u ^ d "nSfwT for the provision of collegiate and nodal Damaged la War araamltloa. John Hunter may be said to be MEN and women lattMad W >urae of their 'P* V "^*, r Q uaace.IV. -he.r run !" the Mtt**l WiUiam taft hto M"~"J ' *"?. ^ MJt.CS. ^rUUn,verty *' Glaow. T*JJ* "her ipVct.1 need-thc provlalon MMBM1 M nvuo ct.aiF Oa the lrcliaied the more ^ of J rPS 7 ll lllllll co Ilege for y Uawntt. apan fro : thost collection a(Jn IJ wnl surgeon, from overt**.. In the Egliso speeJiUig Ppl* *•* /_" l S? f^dedTtoyal l^ord Nuffleld the tor a u for preservaand purpoaes of instruction Student, of all algflionalllli I I • admitted through the > rent of the spacious rlRaal on the south lidr Fields In the heart of LoaataO me periods in Britain recently many have re:ui-. rurderer was appre(H ke part In tht 150th anniv ever* seven murders of the institution. Mat aa ejorfty. "Murder will out Statist nave itu* proverb wrong. During "^^a 'KEPLER'.' Higorous teats bv modern science go to show that scene of these belief* are fnr from the IMMaV Tlir rtwj>e WM i. barabcH. fake examples of 9l*areM. IMMI UvvS (I. r* M.t-il Arniatla THE %  1 :, : U I'f ..I Olil Eiigi.1 v ,. r j; %  ina a Man. li.nd" ,> not .if su.h undent origin )30tt and a Fellowship o. We defeated the Spanish Armada Surgeons in 1369. In thos on bacon, and Cromwell's Iron.Jm; b:.rber* attended tc n-nup their victorious minor ailments, ev rnrneaaggMl stews. e|om.n.ta. a H1HMI1 Vou donr tin.oliv marru your i-iun../(J .All.-. Harmony prevails over contrast in human mating by five to one. W. ,,,. ,,..v ..tuar'ed \.\ ^* %  fen men., was the most important particularly the Royal College ol ai .1 collection of it. kind in the world Phyalclans of London and the •0 until 1941 when it was largely BrIUah Med.cal AMOcUti'm The sary destroyed bv a bomb during an air examining body consists of 20 of rUd Fortunately. U.e oulk ol ttM Hrilam. m ^J^ nem '"I** 0 !" 110.000 book, belonging to the who examine both for the higher tow. College had been remevod to tna degree of Fellow as well h country at the beginning of Worlt or Member lurther than 1M yeara, in ;h. ca"e War 11 and so escaped destruC' of six centuries, for hi tana. "OB the go** all day and gTOwiag, too; a. w—aW caaldre* aaW extra %  ou ri a h aaaat. Grea taama Keplar' sad see aow they tarfv* ud gate weight — it is rich in the vitamin their growing bodies aaaaaw Iu maliy..weei aaavaat ia aa plea, at to*. Adalta will uad 'iTaflar* a real aOaa gi aaaa r hi Uke a. U mwnv 1 kMraUtM ( igln goea beck that %  Id i .. ai iy mat! Every two years wen the tmM Tnc shidant's appetite for the Wag \chened He had alwars beer, taught by his father. u civil enabaear In Kensington, to i;e meti-r. iu* In thought, and so T hobbv in tiUpam of stupidities *ind old v ive>' tales beeasne an morv trrerrtdlni pacrioO .. ... . Oo i/ou accept fliai NVro #dkUed l>OI 'C kNIf lMa> *0r he taafrhed Rome bairn' hut balh** ar WTOntl Indian Rope Trick hoa nrrer bren performed. In this Illusion which many British soldiers ir India claim to have witnessed, a rope i* thrown into the air and a boy climbs up it. vanishing at the lop. What the soldiers saw was a bamboo fake A man doe* not have one fewer rlba than a woaaan. Each haa 12 pairs. Gold is popularly thought to gentle :•> thou wive* be Ihe moat valuable metal, but _ •tin.nre al least eiRht raetaU IfOal I fMMir WhUala,* >vniir I. •. Only Temporary Appeasement Hunterian Oration delivered 1 1 honour of the great lath century .-; %  ;, ... pioneer. Other lecture. cOBr%  nicmorate Sir Erasmus Wilson. President of the College in 1681. who left £200.000 to it In hia will. There Is a lectureship in honour The Fellowship is England foremost gWMeat oecr* Had moat be held by those who aspire to a post on the staff of any leading hospital. Honorary BMaajraaataM are occasionally granted, sometimes as a recognition of public service, but more often to overseas surgeons, eminent in their ailing. Today the activities of The Albert Hall h, oat round. It la oval, much linger from north 10 south. '1 ic dues not walk up the aisle, she walks up the nave. and doves are not particularly peaceful—the. fight neighbours and are Each y.illd i^d gurgeo— their rolls and uuth-rti Ui examine m oroflciency eandi .a es and to report to the AMermen caws of faull nr u.ik of skill Oenerations nf rival; not rahnrnoted hi 1S40 with Ikl t.. 1 }* ogn, e, i, D> with thefr bodies into new eompti% o. The departments Barbers and Surgoont. but Uie Pathology leach t appe;porii:> t^^?* !" and ai Ac: of Parbair.rM In it' established the barbers a 10 gos> gvons as separau> eBgflgal • ..cm tm m m1.-1.n-41 m, ——. callll %  Today .,( Thomas Vlcary who wu Un1(w Co „,„ tave raMny miMn lir.t UalUr ol the eompanj |lonf „, mcdl „| ,tt,,n, nd JU roratd by Ihe amalgamation ol |„ nucwx beconiea more prothc Batom' and Su.geoos Guild* mmiCti „ ch „„ Snce iaM in the 16ih cenlury. „ hat i^, the cni ( ncciulal __ .. .. ^ „ fc body in Dentistry, and now, in The noble work th College lu. con f UMllon wllh „„ Roy ^ done lor humanity ha* bni Con g> of HnBrM, it granti philanlhroptaUU ^juj^uate dtp! of Anatomj-and J ,„. ubj „ ls omas In many The violin wu not Invented want Mag* he aesrehed for ill fruit* of this search gfli bg K.v.-n U> the world next week, when Mr Ackermann publishes a half-million word book— •Popular Fallacies" (Old Westminster Press. 30s.. Mr AcKen-.ann guotas medical source* to dlsrredit the common it plenty of hot baths rtod for us. He concludes that • .-•• impair rather than Improve health, and that two a week are By suffldent. "I .'ilr.MHii flfsMt-rs iirtliiirmlt'Hs idea that exercising the reatl the mind is exploded. 1 id In his book that "no uih'ete waa ever a genius, and no %  intellectual t—rion can be much f an athlete." Why? Because all faUgue Is. at bottom, of one kind and the drain on the total store of energy conlinuo.v Do IIGI. refrais fnnx eatimi trti appfe at siflht because it is %  leiide;." If so you are needlessly denying yourself an enjoyment because fruit before bed "need not be Rvxaded more than any food which 11 easily digested." Do you r.fu*.' fo sleep uiih /lowers in your bedVooni because you imagine fhev r+liatr the air* Mr. Ackermann show, that the breathing of plants Is so slight a disadvantage that It would take a full-.r*d oak tree to do the same damage B5 an ordinary gas or lamp flame rioreacNightingale rightly said mil the carbonic acid ga. given oif by a vase of cut flowers would no; ptiison a fly. I. It true thai a fro.tu winter t. more healthy thai a mild one? The answer, acording to Mr. Ackermann. Is no. Statistics compiled over 30 years rhow that a cold winter i. unhealthy, o mild winter healthy, hot summer always unhealthy, until thr sixteenth Australia—it si % anothe Kng Itshmaoi named Dampli years earlier. Trevllhlrk •he Oesege MOphrnwM. gsff mproved IL IF >.it f.ii oire wet and vou The Koyal College of Surge'int have B keep your boots on, whose Members today number many say it Is a good thing to nornc 25,000, with 3,000 V How:. pour whisky into the boots. The wot constituted In its : resem answer Is: No. don't waiite it. bulUlins in 1800 The tamouWhisky causes a sensation of Museum and Library are oVv mlh but does nnt rnlse the parx or the direct teachi: temperature RovaI colleje for wu The alcohol in it ev^pora*e< building are lecture royins 1 apldly than water, so th> A iiich regular courses in rgi loss of heat Is Itaaely to be greater and kindred subjects are r 'ii with whisky in the boots. the greatest experts %  Vglli asa .g_ — mme 3Ji0n post-grodu:.te IPHlle-riamii H c h ssj0 flin e o?f-,?,,.!uTV a v that S6lnc of ,neif aaaWaTal ....1 fr.*n straying J** / **• %  eet has no Edward Arris, Master <.. . ..pboard love, hers and Surgeon*, in If ., One cat hung around for days John dale. %  tallow niei^i in ihe hope of getting s spoonful Twelve Ilun'eilan lectui* .. ,,),. <>ii given %  .'... aar i:i nrvnecti' 1 Chnropher Cohimbus did no* v-llh the llunteriau Museum. Ihi gtacover America - 1 tm the %  *•<;> "> surgical science ol the Cabofs 0/ Bruiol *rual 8th century .-vpN..i oiu Captain Cook discover John Hunter The Science ui surgery in the 18th received a tremendous hnsetui through the researches of John Hunter and his brother Wiliiauv Both accumulated large collections of surgical specimens l-i U prolessor) eiLdowmsnt of £100.000 from the late Sir William Collins who also gave a similar sum for the ScienUfli menu in general •KEPLER'— CSS urss tu WITH nail siiaacr 3S A iURHOOGHS WtLLCOHE 4 CO. "OOUCT I CaNtaitS. M ~. Saraaa ^tg* Experimental Research wnrtfTIly Iti'cognlBlng the necessity for past. Plans are now advanced for she restoration of the buildings haft __. derelict by wartime bombing r *" The Royal Collage of Surgeons .a" future will be even more housed than In Far from chop • ue> being the > ational Chinas* dish. It If never eaten by Chinese not a black man tlan soldier. r.i Nor did Dick Turpin ... York, and he never bad And 1a the "innamed Black Bess. rmsLlL! D i i^y o*h<- <*"" L r.iiiiitnan a I %  Ui asWe nhleematir Throu <" 1 C-orentrv. c n.i noli %  King WhenColds strike Phrnsic! Two tablets of Fhenaic with a little will quickly check 1 cold or chill. P soon clears The head, takes away the ing pain behind the eyes, the aches in the limbs, the distracting headache, and helps to bring the temperature down. But beat of til, Phentic relieves the depression and fatigue that so often accompanies colds md chi ll s Be prepared for colds — keep a supply of Phensic bandy. No Hals quarrelsome, hattle to hysteria, and his reputed calm is either stupidity or 4eliberately cultivated. KSn John lonld neat Mi-ir KING JOHN did 1 %  Mana Carta he COVMti I ev Frank* NOT did the nrlginni Cl lore'.la %  I gla^i alippei. iisteln f fur and the arras n mantranslating from French foil lot onlv remains for lo discover thai Mr. -\ kei has sometimes been >i %  garden." and a cold summer healthy. Yon art* lallrr In Ihe morning MANY mothers like to see their children grow Into "big bo*-; %  In the subconscious belief that chubby children must be healthy Mi Ackermann saya this Is nn: necessarily so. Fat children are often backward in walking on account of even if he played the lyre he was ctill 50 miles away from Rome t the time. Ibfun llrmii ui*-. wit* mil a fop 1 always pictured K AND have B-au Brummel as a fop? He never extravagant In dress. He thought it the very worst of taste to attract attention by liis clothes You can't Veep dandruff a secret—but you can get rid of • it. Dandruff means that your hair is under-i.our.shed and that bodily supplies of natural, vital hair foods are running km'. Replenish the supply with Silviltrin and dandruff disappears. Ted by its natural foods, the huir regains its youthful vigour and stays in your head—not in your comb. I'T Pi— Silirknn in acwe cotes ,if Jand'uff and Ihtnnlng hair. 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SUNDAY, MAY 28, ltM SfNDAY HlVOl \TI PACE n I VI \ inn Mi'iis OF SCIENCE] WHAT MAKES LIFE TICK ? D URING the last u mankind has icqim > oral new aceoinph-.hu.. Tii bliup cities sad %  ore efficiently/ usiwy Uw p..v.*r of ihe atomic nucleus, and To use p. ...Trafi-iy radiations for extending our knowledge of the lau'i of nature vr for medii-ol -r.'atmrnt. or for causing injury and d.-al'i. Here la the story of what we learned. By 1938 the study of the invldes of tSt atom — the atomic "nucleus" — following on the work of Rutherford, m triad oa JU over the woild for the sake of pure know%  %  R.JII-... Wrk THE PEl'UUAR behaviour 1 the ii-mium nucleus had been hard to explain, und its study. atartrd by Fermi in Rome, was rursued by Hahn in Berlin. A brilliant piece of work by Hahn and his colleagues supplied the clue, which was recognised by Frisch and I-ise Meitner, then in Scandinavia: the bombardment In the laboratory of the uranium atom had not merely chipped a piece off its central core, but had shattered it. The fragments gave more Spectacular results than had been seen in atom splitting before In a matter of weeks there were physicists playing with the "fission" of uranium in almost anv modem physics laboratory. What excited the experts was the indication of large fragments from a nucleus being thrown around with great force, confirming that the uranium nucleus had split in two. An Avalanche IT WAS SEEN early in 1939 Uut in this process, caused by neutron new neutrons were ejected which could shatter further uranium nuclei. In suitable conditions one might expect an avalancae to start, which would soon oUc-t not only a few atoms, bui 'jillltons. and then a million millions and then a million million millions of atoms, which is lust about a visible and weigri.ible quantity of matter. It was also seen at once that it was not an easy matter to create the right conditions for such an avalanche. Any scientist could work out on the back of an envelope that, if once you could get such an avalanche going, and keep if going until a few pounds of uranium had been used up, this would release in one blow the same amount of energy as burning several thousand tons of coal. If this would work, it would represent | military weapon of unprecedented power. This was the position when war broke out. Now it was no longer a search for knowledge: It became a military project. Slorinu-up IN MANY countries teams got to work, and in 194? the United States Government decided to invest hundreds of millions to make the atomic bomb. In August IMS an atom bomb was dropped on the city of Hiros h i m a. In Japan, destroying the greater part of the dry and causing about 100.000 casualties. A second one caused similar destruction In Nagasaki Since then the American factories have continued, and presumably a fair number of bombs are now in store, or could bo readily assembled. 'Hydroeen Bomb' NOW A NEW factor arises in the "hydrogen bomb." This would draw Its power, not from the splitting of heavy Wonders thai may yet come from Atomic Research This is the source from whu-n the sun derives its power; inside the sun. for example, hydrogen, the lightest of all elements, is convertM into helium. To do this, one has to overranIbfl %  trauj repulsion that trie* to prevent the close approach of uu; two atoms, and this means tha On* Ita* to work at temperature-: I urea similar to thine %  centra of the sun. The suggestion has been mad i thai an %  ordinary" atomic bomb ran be used to 'Ignite" a BMM Bv . I'riifessor R. r. PI %  '! %  IM.S C.B.E. F.R.S. President a the Atomic scientists Association ut hydrogen or other light material by heating it to such fantastic temperatures. But this is not a simple proposition. If it succeeded there wuuKI be in practice no limit to the amount of hydrogen that could be set off in this way, and, therefore. it would be feasible then to make bombs enormously greater In power than the present atomic bombs We do not know, however, how much still remains to be done before this idea will become a reality Our Iresearch In this country, where work on atomic energy had been pooled uitn America's during the war, %  good deal of work baa been done aince at Harwell, Berkshire, and in other places controlled by the versatile Ministry ol Suppi> Two piles (atomic reactors) are now in operation at Harwell. They are intended for research and to produce radioactive elements tot scientific purposes. In principle such piles also produce plutonlum, which is one of the three known materials foi atom bombs, but It is clear that the present Harwell piles are not on a serious scale for bomb production. The same is true of the pile at the Canadian laboratory at ChalK River. Bigger piles are under construction on a site in Cumberland. The concentrated fuels produced by such piles are the starting pon.i for the manufacture of bombs as well as work on atomic power. Another big factory will be built at Capenhurst, near Blrkenhcad. Meanwhile Russia has also produced an atomic explosion. Evidently Russia, too. has built production plants and overcome the many technical difficulties 'in the design of a bomb. It Is true we do not know the size of their factories, or how long they havo been going. We also do not know whether the gadget that they exploded was suitable as a bomb or perhaps tor bulky or too delicate for that. However. If the Russians do not have any actual bombs now. thenis little doubt they could soon make some. Th-fencc Problem Whether one tninks about the military value of the bomb, it is dear that an atomic attack again1 this densely populated island would be a major disaster. IOM not envy the job of the Civil Defence Chiefs who have to plan for such a situation. One often hears contradictory stories about the insidious effects letlva ra>s in such ,. raid A uumb does indeed pi its explosion a large quantity of radio-active material, which for some time afterwards continues to give off lethal radiation. But if the bomb explo i ah"i as it did in Japan, the souro I ingstroQi raj I i.M uh tinBan the top of the ntmosph... ol bar! BBVOBM Seme of the PMpIo on tftM ground will be mjuuii or killed by rays produced at t of the OMlaaiOB bul no dangewill leiiui: .tea later. Kffec* on Water In an under-walir explosion 11 \; lasJoa products get mixe-i up with the column of water thai It thrown up, and Mime will com" down lo the ground again, and may make the all. %  I %  Whether it would be feasible, for instance, to drop u bomb in %  fur tln> [nn j quite clear, nor wttethi likely to be tried itOfia the extent or blast damage would tend to be rather less Hut it cannot be rule.; possibility, and fro bava in i>prepared if war romes for either kind of attack But if our slalom, n i n Bfl I k%| to steer us clear "f \>..i , MI.IU be able to develop properly tha benefits of atomic energy. I MU materials which may be si>ch an I ctruse of injury from the bomo are in small QlatnUtsM, i ful tool for research in man*. fields They consist of atoms which are like the atoms uf ordinary matter in every way save that they can be recognised l>> the "pnni rays that they send out. This gives the scientist the possibility i,, label atoms and studv their habiU, jul at tin |j birds are studied by putting rin^i :• now learning the new techl of timers (as these labelled atoms are called), and the importance of this new tool can probably bo compared to the invention of the microscope. Testing Blood To choose an example:— A doctor siudtfttio (he circulation of blood in an injured limb way nou> inject a small amount of radioactive chemical into f he blood stream, u'tiich u>ilt yo around toifh the blood, and can be delected from outside the body by one uf the many loiailli'r radiation defectors tta* hai'e been ineenlrd The amount of radial U. of course, fai In* cause dumage to the patient The doctor seen at once HUM far the blood vessels contain stagnant blood and how far it u being rapidly replaced by the circulation Another case arises in studying fertilisers. To see whether | chemical is readily taken UD by a plant we need only "label" some of the contents of the fertiliser and later place the plants under) a radiation detector. This shows whether the chemical which the plant ha* used doea come from the isrtil iser or from other sources in th soil Plains for Power Bul to produce all the Ira.-.i elements neces&aiv Cot Otis kli i i>i research some quite small pile*, would suffice. Bigger installations are neces sary if one wants to maka %  ton* power. There is no scientific reason why one should not be able to build a plant of the size of. snv which' tomumed uranium rather than coal, and which would not ni-ed to be continuously supplied with fuel, since a pound of uranium can produce as much heat a* 5,000 tons of coal. In such a plant the stokinn plant and the boilers would be reptarcii by an atomic pile constructed tc withstand great heat, and thb would raise steam. The rest of the station, with lot turbines, generators, aixi centr >1 gear would look much the same as today. There are, however, a great marry engineering difficulties in the •vay. and in spite of intense rewarch no one has yet built oven a model plant giving useful power May Not Pay Within the next few years, however, we can expect to see such riodei plants, and perhaps a real power station. And stilt it v..,y not be a payuisr proposition Electricity from atomic power stations cannot be much eheapti timn the present rale, und may wall be more expensive. We may, therefore, think o) atomic power as another source when reserves of coal and oil are exhausted, and perhaps to be used i:i the near future to augment M.pplios. More specialised uses of atomic power are sure to arise The need for hulkv shielding usually Uuck walls Of concrete and lead ,>t .steel, to absorb the dangerous rays moans that no atomic power plant is ever likely to wo uuui 100 tons. This, of course, rules out use in cars or trains Ship propulsim may be a possibility, though ai cigliio small enough for a ship Will probably have to run on concent rated atomic fuel, and hence ix uneconomical. For a warship this might still b< of Interest, as it would elimin%  B) rafuelling. Uao in planes might one da; band towards bigger planes Mined Far Ahead All this is tilt result of th prngretui of science up to tevcara ago. Usually the time lap U-tween basic science and tangi DM result* ii much longer. The front line of research in physics has moved far ahead already of the problem of the uranium fission. Tho aim of this work is lo get U understand the law> of nature end to see what make., thing. Hex. As one sets out on this cxpUm tlon, it Is impossible to any where one will end up nud what practical powers, If any, will come out M by-product. The work of the next decade may bring some practical inventions as important as that atomic energy, but equally, .. more likely, ft may merely get UG a little further in satuuyuig oui curiosity about the laws of nature I. E8. We have renovated, remodelled and expanded our Ironmongery and Hardware Department to meet . • — I —B LsP"LWW W1 ai--^WWL YOUR Special Needs I QUANTITY AND QUALITY 12 oz 20 MORE BEER IN THE HEINEKENS BOTTLE Earthenware Electrical Goods Glassware Phoenix Ovenware Enamelled War< Aluminium Ware Cutlery Sundries VritcUhlr And Meal n. i., I'l.iUrrv l>lnner. Itn >ki i>i and **eua I'late*. Jusa. Teapubi. Ktr Water llrjterKettle*, i %  <.•!. iIroiik llolplalei. HUIIM. shade* I .mi". ChimiK'o ll.ilIn*'. Hull-t tlisli.. Shrrlirls I in Cork tail. l*on> Hine %  tsakfsat. l.umh uul Uimirr II >n Meit 1 I >il. iVrselable llishrs. ( ollre IVrinUlors. HIIHU 00B --.uieitniK, Haoiie., Kellle-. (i Mn,: I I. ssMMpUA Kill.--. Double IMIeis. ( .ille, l>u. Cake 1'im Vr\ fans. 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PAGE rwRLVB SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY. MAY IS. 1850 70,000 Ton Flour Mill For Jamaica %  '. Iteauti&tu.iii-c "•* UI|HMWJ> Utwwi a %  .vw.nm'-n. and Jo*.rph Ft-i ik l.nniH-il of England (or the local manul flour in m*et ihf dt'm.ii ntaricci In their proponb, ihr companv envisagf in* i-stnhliBhi' %  mill capable of productn*. in Ihc •ariy %  tages 70.000 tons of flour mill product" each year, work.ru on a thr.-e-sn.ft tr*.-... Ii* Mo *• %  and pr<>vi( .29O.0(H). with nearly onehuir of thin capital bef ed on the locnl market. Intention ul tin -a. TUB M-:W PFTBCM. STATION ,,f Four KoaoV ?•. Johi. ..ei.i-d on Thtirxrfav la-: Chamber Of Comment Diwuiw Federation aaaa . iH'iUon with their operation-. .-. maintain two local veaBtal %  I total tonnage of 8.000 Umi stanl operaliun The e-ttaWmhm*n'. of the plant would create a substantial savings in dollar expenditure for the island, it i* held b) the company Credit Union Gets Insurance Service B.G. Civil Servants Take Action On New Demands Adn ..ft. radii KINGSTON, Junin The Jamaica Credit League li.is announced that, year* of negotiations, the i Union National Association of North America Co-op Insurant.service, both loan ami 1 %  rlaving* have definitely been secured fOl the movement in Jain-urn By loan protection Jamaica Credit Unions will now he piteeted for tfu iir-t time in uV e\-ent of death or permanent disability of thborrower, and ti> the extent that no charge can be rnade against the survivor or the iaker< of the loan. B> the I if% %  jjraKkx *i->.'-i' Co < %  i>inirim KINGSTON, Jamaica A special meeting of the JaamaV I Chamber of Commerce. Limited. will shortly be held to discuss the question ol the economic Man tion of the British Caribbean. II he one of UM main %  lu-n UW Ineorpoi'ley Mr I" A. Reach on Thurs.l.iv evenu.; and Bl only a few ..here Mr Clarke originally had a gasolene Hoar*, Ractor * lnc Psrwh. said I I ma aaaaaaaa wa* ajH the residents of that parish H.HI %  >le*d the dactattd t opened %  the ir*t %  vhn. i. .1 L> Chan rj lied from lie fr_ H.m'ble J. D Chandler. fcLL-C. nejci conBrntiilated Mr Clarice on behalf ol the people of Si John %  Uial a ,* lo the credit of St. John and especially the little village of rbur Roads that Ihe Station had been opened. He pointed out that they now havi around them, in the Four Roedi I .. Universal Store. Telephone Exchange. Police Station and Gas St-Uoa. He said that he had known Mi i Itin (..ul... Advocate Correspondent) GEORGETOWN The British Guiana Civil Strain Association haa begun Clarke for many years and he had to act in accordance wilh five resolutions passed at a present J^*" lriead to vrryonr in St gcrasrsJ meeting, and a series of iclegrama hav. bee drs.., n f a iahorar of the Parish i p.itched i- tlie Secretary of State tor the Colonies, and mjlire ,| mI h e eannot ..-aeh %  rajaoliiUoni tent i Oovennodni ranging (rom demauida for doctor the first person he oes to I new coal < % living allowanc t<> housing foi C uAu. saa Is "Bobclsrhe". he laH i 1 The A leiietary <-f State whi.n pi>irt-i then wished Mr Clarke eTtry nt dint 'inca IM1 i rm naffanuceaes in the future. the i,-e in the Cost of Living Indum on the hoasnig • % %  lutt-r. Mr Wslcotl of the firm •' dex from l when ihe Aseocluwas suhn ti. I rnmant Messrs DaCosta A Co. and M' memornn, nd eominitlee had %  ni %  ul iii per cent on I %  iries to all Government employees. Bolstered Thees i kalna n fui I tered hv n reqtiet for a aavathw of tiie Cnt of Llvii Index baa* %  i Hi" Brltish Ministry of labour I Living Index published mon.hlv Ai a solution to the BplraUl if Index, the Association also sugI) further raml .. ... r -.. Customs dues be mi „..ngs service the total *avliia> ments 0 f ,i w La lln American Set"sited fi-h. condenserl milk, dalr. Of a Jamaica Credit t'nlon memwi pn |)U imnttoW of Teennology. has products, and a remission of duty will be doubled lo his baneiWiar. r redictw| a gr( ftl future for thon cotton piece B upon his death. ...... UntverUty College of UM Weal -hoes and leather -hoc-, TI Jamaica 1now the first British Inrtt „ claim, would tend m keep id • l On a visit to Jamaica the aclen daa down and thai i tist wns conducted on a tour of average worker fair value for hi the Institution by Mr. P, M. Sherdart warn lock. Vice Principal and Dlrecloi The Salaries Cemmi i Exti Mural Studies -"ome tinder lire from *ne h "Since we in Israel started eu""" *•. "> :| fl-xiam to the Seeie'..' ul ed to represent the Chamber Trinidad Great Future For U.C. W.I. KINGSTON, jamaks Dr. Solomon Tocker, BelaciUai ..mi Directpi of the Ihrei runted In 1B4B with no furthei ((evelopmriit up 10 the present. The final resolution .he Whltlev Council, which die Asoeiation suggests *hi Imuar .on-titutums to thoas iXanlng "i t" Lnited Kingdom. Iiinidad. Jamaica and Barhajdw i nd for all d ac lsl opa tal implemented promptly %  tha 1 the Whltlei CouncUt in thi foi. u have a d* It "PSkin representative of th Petroleum Marketing Co We I Indies Ltd., spoke on liehalf of Ihvee firms and Mr. Skinner read the following cable-— "Please convey 'o Mr. Clarke OUf be< wi'hes roe iicee and prmperitv -n Ml new venture*" ike then thanked Canofl t H.m*ble J n. Chandler 'or ataeliaaM after which w •l 'aaai w.i delivered bv Or \ W :t(itUs m-lead Of i reeon.nen.tj^r 4). i.. on all matters not ro%  i tn West Indian territory to seem", these extraordinary Credit Union facilities Six Jamaictrnn Get Scholarships MaP's Salaries Increased KlN'ISf. N i A recommend.^' on toj lark of li i Jnale:i Heu e I f He[iri has been made by meml • a Printer To Become Minister The Church of Scotland Presbytery haji decided to licence a i Probation Mfcttitar. Mr. red ward (; SpeUen, who is an Elder oi ST Andrew'' Kirk, Georgetown and has done considerable preaching and church work over .• long period of years. Mr. Spellill 1? given a course lentdlc mstll.itiun Irani serateb.' Jfarv ef Stale compl... r. Totker -aid. I laalmaHlli UM Commission wh.ch ban l een -it Dr. i.robli ler. It is my will be a very f high i. triuni ol the University Colipression that i 1 •rious institution one ef ur> n' KINtiSrON. Jamaica. Six Jamaican students hav. been awarded scholarships tenable at the Untversilv College ol i 'Stance In this pan of the world Ihe West Indies from the comWe are very happy that we have mencement of tW* academic year In October this yeur. Two of the awards are Open Scholarships offered by the University College In Arth 'tnblishrd contact with thi-i %  ratty, to the benefit nstitutions." unl Natuial J..IH.H. In Art) S. Hi" % %  aovermnei Kour a Kxhihitioi. Frame Estate Hits Record Output lAtnt Election Petition Filed KINGSTON. Jamaica The last of the election petition filed following the results ol thi Jamaica General Rlecliotj; in Dei September, i-tK. I i H db i rapt rl on ;inomalic-' h previous iiparai a't smdltten | endi Seven Mnnlhs They reported that the Jmaler Salaries Commission bad i par) ed fully in seven months. The Association recommend: that all the outstanding, matter not yet settled by the < oi UW slon he referred to the WhRtc Council for roniidaialloii and ii. i i (on, and lhal this d Finance Committee -Ai Budget i %  bean received wfch npp*i-itn finm UK public | si budget estimate t. %  • %  oi nearly .2.ooo.(io and inc. was IntrodUaed in the leglsl.itm-i three extra taxation have I ten imposed to help mri •he .litlcitThe recommendation ISpeaker and floor mend Bl SonerlnWndont His resignation ItotaM should[have theii %  %  n,. the "Chronlci-" -.ike. i-pped by $51X1 from |2.TM le •-Ttect an June 30, ItSb ^3.250 and the Speaker from S1..MKI n e wi n l* the second member to Sa.non. Mmisters" salaiiei of ,.f the Printing SUn f the S5.50fl would not be Increaged, hui "Chronicle" to take up the Mlntbey would receive idk ttorlal Uttry, the first was the no.v R aty nnd ordained later as an \ ahmi v. rri ler ef si Lakaa*i Parish, We*| Coast. Demerara. His ippoantment will begin on July I. T>.e i.iren-iiig Service will he held early In July Mr. Spellen hai' been in the printing Inislness, uttaehed to *be • %  Daily ChroniclPublishing Co. Ltd." for 31 > ? years, the last 2 s twin (he office of Printing he placer! lK-for-Gover,. (r eni travelling to the amount if |750 J. Luke, acting Superintendent of id the Legislative Councl f. approval niter dlonaall il A further recommenilat>ri i the Assoclatior. is that Qoven ment nppnlnt a permnnent Pu 1 He Servi i Bartwdo* Advwui' Corte^ihim! KINGSTON. Jamaica icmoci last •nM withdrawn by wl M n)l ap poliilmenls and proSugar production ul the We*t the petitioner at the opening Of its motloiis. and questions of trainIndies Sugar Company's Frome second day %  hearing in the Sui n§ ail( | Introduction of neefcstate in Westmoreland. Jnmaiea. |ircmc Court last week. n (ij r methods etc The revom tas reached a record of over This was the petition of Mi mediations of thii Commission iO.000 tons this crop to make thL. G. Newland. B IT U General j( ir> SURg estcd. will be subi.e Central, the highest producer in Secretary ami ex-Mayoi of KingUl approvul bv the Governor in the British West Indies with the ston. seeking to unseat Mr. N. N the Secretary of Slata for the exception of Ste Madelene. TriiiNetftersole. P N P 1st Vice PresColonies. The personnel of thklad u,mt tnm lh Central St. AnCommission would be Chairman Increase In production is due to drew seat In the House of Keprepublic Service Cnmn-ihigher vields per acre of cane, sentatives. which Mr. Newland the Deputv Colonial Secretary, Improved sucrose content, increase held In the first five years of the representative of the Treastn y In the production of can* furnierconstitution. and reprevntatlva* from th attached to the estate, end InMr Nelhcrsole is better known Civil Service Association. greased, efficiency in produeUor In the South Caribbean as Ihe The question of Housing method. Jamaica Ci liket Selector. tackled In I Rr-olution tn I per annum, while meml er travthe Chuieh of God (U.S.A elllng would be ineroacl I l2f. Churches in the Colony There arc 32 memlH-rs of thThe late Superintendent of the House, live .,f whom aie Vmisterk Church of God Churches wai the nn the Executive Council and one Rev, J. L Jeffrey whose dought1 the Speaker er is the wife of Mr. Spellen. THI ^0$ 18 TOUGH BUTNOTON YOUR POCKET THIS powerful truck is a driving force m economical transport operation. Note tlm list of Thames advantages (and then ask us to give you the full list). tw* ?&&&& %  AirnN lor Barbuda* • ,( M K \ I MBNG1 IKK, I', .r I, ul.,. |.ul CHARLES McENEARNEY & CO., LTD. WIIITI. l:\RrilF\WARK Plali". dtps & Sjnc#r< DWPM llou Is .Inu* I.AIKiK RROWN TARTHENWARi: ROWl.s C.I.ASSKS OF Al.l. KINDS AI.IMINUM ( 1)( kTAIL SHAKERS SMAI.I. SPRING SCALES lL. t V I t TMOXfi L Tit. Every day WE BOIL A BOMB You may well ask why we permit our Kicnlitts tu do anything so foolhardy. But the plain answer is that we have la do it to satisfy OWMTIM-S that even after prolonged siorage, RFGENT will not form gum to stick valves and clog fuel systems. The tests which consist of boiling sampler under 100 lb. per •q. inch oxygen pro,.. ,c in "bombs' are quite safe. Wc have never lost a scientist—or for that mailer—a customer because of a sticky \alvc. This lest is one of many v>,licit guarjulce the quality and pcrforuuncc of REGENT petrol. REGENT PETROL Q Sterling Wily m Diilribulort: DA COSTA & CO., LTD. JAMES A. LYNCH & CO., LTD. AT N. E. WILSON & Co. GIGANTIC JUNE ###•;*.•#.V.V#.VV TVKSOAY MAY 3Blh WITH IIIOI SIMtS OF BAHGAIXS LADIES FOOTWEAR ClmirlniT S00 Pnlr? Guinea Bird Pumps all sizes Oi$1.50 per pair Also 200 Pairs Ladies Odd Stock Shoes small size & S2.IHI. S3.U0 & (4.0(1 per pair Remi'mber we are Headquarter! ior Ladies' Shoes; our stock is replete with the smartest obtainable at prices ranging from $5.00 (o si."i.(Hi per pair. NYLON STOCKINGS Full Fashioned. We carry a full stock of these in Popular Shades. Prices from M.64 Up. SILK PANTIES In Pink and White, all sizes 72c. per pair. An Unusual Bargain. GLASS TOWELS Sizes 18 33 O 48c each. (.1 M l\K IRISH LINF.N TOWF.I.S Sizes 22 x 36—(1.00 Eaah. HEAVY QUALITY WHITE CAMBRIC Suitable for Household Purposes. 36 ins. Wide Price: 48c.. ode.. ;<;. and 72.. per vd. You Will Marvel at tinQuality BLANKETS Double 82.30 and s::.oo Single82.00 FUGIETTE CAMBRIC In Several Shades. Price from 38c. par yd. up. LADIES DRESS MATERIALS In Silk and Cotton. Of this we offer you the finest selection at astonishingly low prices. LADIES HANDBAGS In all Colours. Styles. Designs ;>n END OF MONTH Al-SO STOMER SPENDING 820.00 & OVER



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SfXIUY. MAY 28. It5i) %  DMB1S ADVOCATE PACE TH1RTEF-V HENRY s, fiordijins Staftcls-tSuimimjw SUPPLIES AGAIN DUtULMUJUlU 2& WIRING INSTALLAT111II0S INDUSTRIAL INSTITUTIONAL* DOMESTItlllC HIGHEST QUALITY MAlERIiLAIRIALS GUARANTEED WORKKANMUSHKP COMPETITIVE PRICES ELECTRIC SALES & SEUIICHOnCE LTD. TWEEDSIDE ROAD PHONE 4629. t SHELL Attach u, ec MOTOR OIL IF you could sec the inside of your engine, you mu/ht pel a shock . scraper-ring slots blocked with dcpci.it., rings stuck, pistons scored and coaled wiili lacquer, tr.ir.kcasc and gau/c fillers coated with sludge, and yummy llapoiiH nn the valve stems. Can you expect any machinery not lo suffer from v.car, when it |a fouled with such harmful waste products ? Here's an oil thai constantly works to nMON your tiigine to the clean, healthy condition in winch it will give lift class performance with minimum wear. I irst. the naturalstabihly ol SrlfcLLX-lC) Motor Oil'* high grade mineral oil base is further increased by an anti-osidanl additive which combats the tendency to oiidiM ind form tludgc. Secondly.it contains a detergent ;:tl Jiti.-c-.fliiili enables it to wash away combustion carbon and gummy depoMts as they are formed, thus keeping deposit) at a minimum. Thirdly, the dispersive effect of the additive enables the oil to hold these solid impurities in suspension so that they are easily removed when the oil is drained away at the regular oil change. Oivc your engine a clean chance in life! Drain, flush and relill with SHELL X-100 ... the oil that helps engines to resist ti.c major causes of wear. SHELL X-100 will mix with any mineral oil which ii already in the sump, but to get the best and quicker results, DRAIN, HASH AM)' REFILL WITH SHELL X-I06 wui Detergent • Stable • PntAwmt&tlwt AVAIIABli IN fill FOLLOWING OUAOfli: SAI 10 %  SAF 20 %  SAP JO lit j\M


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PACK f'Ol'RTF.r.N SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY, MAY M, IMt CLASSIFIED ADS. Plk.111 AOTKIV I PohHr %  %  % %  Cl idd Telephone am DIED r*"-n-i\M Attoirin%  M •MTy Cot -: *>' •*•'; (IMC. .e-'r-d-y .1 t M P m *scd SI will •r; ta. I ne> Made-lto BPOr. H-ar, .cub*, j.iitan Rycr On I Oil HIM ItOUlt* i A ROOM %  < lh Mavf.ir Old Shop I I ->if IK Jane Write Application H \Om SJeer-tary Mr* %  O NteO.,n.iry The Mart", st Michael it IT.S.SS-Sji ANilTONON-aBA — MoawaU. Ckrtei Cnurrh. full* furwlehed eoMtolnlflSj *"* P"l dlnlna ^erUwooaj IM M>. id IM death -I %  • H ..i-i i md FataM Mr Hrniirin H w<\i TON CIARKE. 'of JWor.1. 81. M'charl al.-. A..n'iii Clarke 'wife'. Fit. and BrtSS leofwl. h-H. Clarke iB'"'''i'!•' "..HI H %  I I BBM own be: HOUBB. If. Ml) I.HIUJ.K IIAKNtOAT-. •HI. .I,M-<;\T MM1 H MVSS • ISflM Madia particular. Dial S.SP-l-B DlaJ agjllf on beh-ll of illnlly bra. >.. than* an inn— !" > afM-ri Ihr fo-rral of f atAIUV rUZAHFTII PITT .retired II—Beachr) Mi, ...... ii. klMh. %  .,... %  . m Hehird n... .".w r*k -• mMlt"*l Ml. Ell Hi %  %  l|ec* Orani •UfKin* TAtTT %  < T.IIII ihiataui4udrram-la*. >. Anthony. Gord. EBY VII* Choncen I-.n* %  H Rnnm. t-irnnina water, etc. Tewph..n* llll Onl. approved InunB, APB T SParea, areeme Hall PtaatolMMl rt.t Ctnircti P*M In I HI i" HII I%  Unfu IMI *f.II(l III Pal. AID". ACT. I*PV la Ike -..an..kiMlu <*UH> %  %  • HUM Optra ruuiah M, l-aer TAKI. NOTICE Ui wa the ewner. M !M above named pawl-lion are about ta Dbuin a loan ol C1.M0 undrIM lirnvub.ii ol IM uMH Act, aoe.i I wto Super. Moli iall and other cropal >•caMl m-i.Uiian to M reaped M 1H1 No 1.1M loo. pal Baa. boirowp.1 Bfleln.t the ulil man iiair.i ihi. rrni aa* of May. i*yi JAMES F. W BOVC. UUtTRUDC E T BOVCE. n M*n NOTICE Or C. I. Hutaon of SiatllAd 1. up lo Tih Junf taw tMalnVatiao ifi Mhianfrrr AUCTION I I hava baan kaaWyatoal Bt '•<•< raraa* 1 III Cuacullvc CmBitillMa to offar l-a* kuUd.nl XWll bull! ol wall, w-d aalvanlar anrt cora ril !• %  in a I*. i J!. a.,1. rd .:. H dlad afllh KI1.HI/-On iha Crmna Coaf 'or Iha mofttha of Juna and July Fullr rumiihad ApplT alra. A. D HrrOart Cordva. CnrWI Chunrh. Dial a3M M I M—n Hntra*. riill Mmiuan ia.a raaldanllal dlalrtrt. in 1 bMOrnama. I •uaJ 'ifflrr* Fram i t c. 4*'. Erk.laifi nroa sir.;', FVPNMHW) DOUBUI IIP-" ir-lookma ara Vary rcaaonabl. nTH parl> Phona H* lll-?fOAI>'W ft-cMvrvanla rooma Claraj lahour .< no 1 aMI R fl. Nlcholln Co.. Itoaburk HI. Talaphon* • ftnlar haaimi araiandi Aaalj MM tcranilrhildreni. In loainaT mamorr al >' danr PTAKLKV KMANi-n. "MAt^Y aha dannxl tin. Itfr on Mav Mtn IMI Tro vrira hat* niiaad uu-r Ihal v. I him hnmtt m hM will ta pnQ II, .i rou mJ ,*M • lx. Illiaw iir hearta voii livnh alin %  •JEW RAVTW". CTana Oaart rally furMMMH. 1 kr-anmi I aarvantr tooml a Ma tiawta. iitfkUnc plafiV walai *jprb kathM* k—-h Dial •*• MavMnbar, Dacaanbar. II M> I I n %  M Wm, %  MldT-. rtawri'. Mr*. Clartca Nlrho'li %  all (irrmlcla*. ifrlnid VI. i; ua LrAnard MJHM %  nrpliaw md rilAniM (SINRAIIF of md i*nwilw-^HT. nlllINTON 1EA nitiallrd IB By HI Fully f,.nii.|.f-l Contain* aaHarr, drawmi and dining rooma; two ill badr... !" *• n-m. aanlry. kliatvaa, WC at batk Ihraa ill iwd-o.HL.. kiiciian. W C %  ail. Prom l-l Juna AMpl< D'Arry Brail I. Caaltal Aurlton Marl MSW-Sn NOTICE ATlOran M in* lira Far M H i !• atada arkn l and — I* k fir" >M in.l IM KV in| in* TruTtaai MANIPJI. J(rt*N COCR HUTTHPCaKW to %  raat irh arkalarahlpa Ai; i>.thaTal *,.•> ka ia*dr to Iha llcny kaaraua-val Ina Trualaa. frar-i wht— .il irUurmaUtai Ml raaarrt ta H.. arknlarahlpt ran ka aklaJnad I nip QUEEN'S COLLEGE ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS IMO 1 Th* Bntranra Examlnallon* will hai July. : • %  < %  -<• ol .'orair build a Jl with aal*.: ,. %  Irm ra bu.id n AH i raui I Block %t Harbour l.oit I-. rrT "Jrh D"0at. Yaaht Tarn II San Evai(*rna. rkn t wiwil Oaron, Brh L*d>r No* lam. Skh Malli jon. trh. Laaadaiona. •** W I. mc-la. !* nUap M Oavaaa-n. Sen u,.,arful Counaaalar, h dito v nrh AOIn. Mac. flrh Marto Mar>ct EUa Wotta. Srh t rlin. II Stoad Mawd AMUVAI* turn Mandido /.mllK. Boh •MUa. sen UnHM Pil%  *" Fnrto da France Durpwaud. loni Cap*. Cap! Ca4 rHtan an day W lafl I until I Trim. Caah D ABCV A BCOTT. .a within %  la. firUnmwr • Maan UNDER TrIE CHLDED HAAMilER o-. laairariiom .wunl from J A <.-.ah tha <"" i "HI -ffr. lor jajt at aaw • • %  llraat, orin>..i-a—v Nlraal, "i M^harl b> public -ik" al %  i W %  < la* Hat May. 'km i • r. %  .i r i-ic. Had %  I kr-r.a -i "I B F"Nl T—rfc .,<•,< 193* Chr-rro'at Truck I-• %  I'. v ii no v > Phaat AuriK.1.i-isaoUNDER THE SILVER HAMMER -. waia. cial IxM'trad. in %  Ml strrat *'. rvMi barn*, ah rnalr*. rokh TBOIMW .Allflliim i r will not ba ... Il.t July. 1M1 Caadtdaraa ft.,a. th. will ba adknlltrl to v i, II) In January. ,'. (Ill Hi BautrmVi. I REAL ESTATE fllARF* ftrtiv iu. ! % %  • Batido< Flra In-iiramCaWinai 11 P I n Barha-loa A.U-watr C. Ouffi's Ciill^i' OM Girls' Avwiiiitii 'JHIBII*' will ba a bu.inaaa maatinf oi Iha t*,t*n* Cullaia Old Olrla* A—I,. l-m on TIIUBBDAV Juna In al 4 3D p m 1a diarvu. ha diaaaaat of Iha Q., !" ( oll^f* Rrholanahlp Fund Ml M In M HMD NOnCE %  IIIIWiv nrVKN Ihal II la Iha • %  tantlan of tha undaralancl MAJOII APTMUK KKV.M>U PUSTEB. lAMJIS AUwlT LYNCH. BAI.PH AJtNUIJ) fMARD. cruAUim DOTJUBV HAMJV JOHN IUITACE TluUOlMMtl BRAMCKSR, PIZRBE CHAHXJCh SAM l.'IX MAFTEI, DR WIIJJAM PHA T1VF.HTON *tn n.-l!" ... .ant Mo I :i July far pa* "ill. Carrirun on iihcivda Ih-aa I pa* taanth rmn> (irular. apply t ruB IAI.I OR I1HT y>POIVnJa — A raaVarhdMa ara n-npartv al Ran>aalla VllUda rk.li l' i-ih ?', mllaa Irnm PrW ^ badmn-n FOlt S\M: *MMHmt AUTOMOTIVt AtTT.l CYCLE O CVrla >M IIM> in and rondiCn AUlllUrv Road, Bul Hi.bl %  ara haraby v rredlt to a> wrt* mar Crawfordi aa %  raad atal kaVlaw i II R %  R T ( IIAKUM 11. BHUCE BALPVlUR ^—... AUaRYrfa DOWDIHQ. •THAIIHW McFCENr.lt. CYRI1. BROOKS. and THXOPH1LUR LAW IIAJUUR mambara of and conatltullna thr Board mi IRa Barbnd' li.-x.ial AaancUilban. Ik rnuai BOARD OP M IIHHTONS .i .„ % %  u-hatai. Apply %  Hill lll'.'iin PI tM.tllON IT. UtOKlI %  ara liutrurlnt l>> ^h. Tru.H Iha will ol tha late MY. J J BMUa lo offer for aole Ihr n cnnabtlnB of aboni 111 acre* o" which about U are Kratfa Tharc hi n Manaaer'. houaa and u-ual outbuilt in pa >• la food quality alona which could ba worbad. Pull partlrulan and parmlaann la in ba obtained fron l Mr Charlaa A^ ronf of Pool Rl John, rondllloiiik> can b* i.Malned fr„,., u,. undam., ed who will i.fur nW i>i.trl af ami athnr onV !" at 9 M p in on Fna.iy tth June. ItM CARRINGTON A Ca-r>aa AUBJWIB. M tana i,t K fmm Hi la. la nCT'ANTUrata Oaaroan*. MM tana nat. Caplr. lor Trinidad llardawuui. *.0I tona not. Capt: for Aiillfua Lady Raonay. *.PDI tuna nat. i L. Blanc, for Vkvani V Rtudmt Prlnra. t>3 ton* nat, i Th'i-naaon. for fJTJiniarlbo h Rn-iUMt H i tona nat. rapt rata, for . Vlnrrnt h BaMuaen. M tona nat. Capt; I. for St Vineant. hnorirr Piaadnm Planry, for Damia Touch With Bubadoi CMUt Sution CBbla and Wuwlaaa iWaat In-wrt Ltd adikat Inat lha-r ran now aaanjnuniaaii with tha fottowin* ahrpa tkMuf> Iha* m B Baaa h am C tanan H a. Mraant Hawk. Lorurwaorl. %  V.11tLanwburf. Paaatdon. HI Crty Of Ada Pan* f lano. Ihnafua y Ladiy Bod nay. Okaa. Atrda PjgiRil. Buna. AUaatouuva, Thati. donwia, Run A va C O ThuHa. P aM r l-athatoda r Alcoa Hunnar. Ryhnwlald. Ju*PMl. Alcoa WUjrbn. Dartir.!>> mvr.i CaruaUari C^allaauwr. Dal •foir Ak-aa Partoar. Harmabrla. MaJdm Seawell SHIPPING NOXiCEs ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. vMUMi PROM AMRTBRDAM. BOTERJIAM AND AIIWIEP MB IUB*NA Juna ID lit). II -IIPatBin IA" July T I 1UI. rMOM AMBTTRDAM f I A L AhRLVALB-By Prom Trtoldwd: Vamon Knaghi. Inat Ch-ndlar. John hobtnaon. AJban Bnuui. Ramon OchoaPalagMo. Caryl Do Paa*. Michael MaUlon Oldnch Baaak. Room Orran. Raclnakl Lawoa. Harold Durani. Kal.rl Ouavara CURra. Lynn Kjmim. Ramparaad Btiool.i. Oaorka Maier. Clatra OAIOUI. Bay n aaur Haynaa. Odd em HaD-naa. BUnaan Baon Victor Ivaraon, Uobrt Dm Vinnul, Don%  M Paap, J-kn Tory, An.t. Partaa-Ma C-rtam RaaanaV, Pell. BacaJHec. P*ft> O'Dannall. O M Ul U malar, Joan Ghent. Hichara Mtoopord, OMai n a rTprrn. #nmn t.e^h. RMth Ridaa. Bauot RMer. IMf.. ii..-.Artura Urtaato. %  -corncA" %  B. -BONA1HE. %  AII.INO TO f ANT** I HiAND AMHTkRIlAkl M I "OBAIfJapTTAjy Juna nth M B 111 11 III I til July Ktth IAILINO TO TRtrTOIAa*. FABAMARIRO. DkMtRABA ETC B • "HECUBA" Juna lat M.S "PXWADOT' Juna 1Mb B B "MPXENA" Juna alth 1. r. ML'IION >UN A CO.. LTD.. Af*a Tha M.V. DABRVroOD will rnrapf Canro and Paanii—i for St Luria ahuung Tuaaday RKh May 1MB — B.W t. BCHOONF-B OWNERS ASSOCIATION .INt.l | Telephone No. 4M1 1 Canadian National Steamships lOITIaOI'KD LADY CAM. I.BinB-M LADY NELIaON CAM. COrRTTRICTOft K'h Miv lMh May Hat M^i IMh May ittfl Ma IBM May and June lib Ja uovenuwMEKT NOTiCKs Alt.ntion li drawn to th. Dflriw (Control of Drug and Patent and Proprietary Medicine Prieea) Order. ]0M. No. 4 which will be published in the Official Gazette of Monday, ttth May. 11*8. t. Under thll Order the maximum retail aelllng price* of "Andrews Liver Salt!.". Phillips Milk of Magnesia'' and "Vlcka Vatronal" n as follows: — ITKM Andrews Liver Salts Phillips Milk of Magnesia Vicks Vatronal "tNiT or SAL* I oe. tin 4 01. bottle It oa. bottle MAXIMUM RETAIL PRICE 7c. 4*c. lie. tie. 271h May. IMO. PART 2*5.50— In. ONE ORDERS NOITIIOI'D LADY RODKEY laADY NO*>N LADY RODNEY LADY NELSON LADY RODNEY MUt June Ird July land July th July .Bard Auj. Mth Auf hall* Airtra. I'daa B'daa Uai.aa Pth Juiw ifth Juna IB* Jtma nut Juna BMh Juna tth July Ttin July i>tn July Tin A14 1Mb Au| Mth A.id. afUt Aufl. inn Sep. il.t Sep. MUt Sep. Arrlraa BaBa n do. Bl'dM Mth May Mth Mav tnd Juna tad Juna 1 Mil. Juna ISth Juna SI June II June Mth July IMh July %  th AUf Mh Atbf. -li Autf. Tth Brp llalllaa II it Juni iplrral ilh Juna 10th July latn July •ih Aud. Uth Au. Slat Aid. IM Oct. ! %  %  e't fitted with GARDINER Old ttoraje chainraraa ana traidht r.tea ao asBawkPtMa. to ;— AUSTIN & CO.. LTD. Agent.. By Lieut-Col. J. CONNELL, O.B.E.. E.D. CanMMtaft Th BarbsdoB Ra^lnrent. Iiint Mo. 21 • M-y. 'M A REALV [ It 6 M l, SD TMILAWHV On H-li. .. t.valn ro*l ra had roorna awta. arlth nmnlnd w-t.-. awal puMlr roorna. laraa ttallrry, lervarir mm and mi in ANNEX-new wall bulldirif, with t... ad room*, with runnlna water, din,. rd .ittina raaraa and aa.a.e Tratawi.. ~" -ttll' *" M0 a month Phoi ia MOI CAR—Out Hi Fluid Dn n-inipprtl with radio and %  CM In perfect condition C5m Apptr D ll.m. Head, C Bank o l a written order .lined bj me *lened l.PON fMBOVrtrTt. Chapel Lane. CAB One •* Model Ch.v-'.1'., tola owned t>y Wllf.e.1 H Ruck. I lahiaa above Chrlit Church Churrh For Sali'—Conta 1 CARIM? V.it..hail II 1-1II1 s Car In 1 nfi. %  01 owner driven. Courtray I Asprw i-.'-i •t.< .... Alway. ,ir;,r Dial MIC MSJO~l.fi. MECHANICAL CAR OM Protect Ford IM* Model MwMO mile-. owner driven A11.lv l^t>" Fader Phone IMd or MU n %  soan IMa ItiHl) I'HEPECT MM M or iirnrnt C Dial MH. FT S S CAB Firrd Prrfrcl. 1MB Model. In food w,-Hn, order Three new and tw„ 'ond lyrePhone IMI 71 S 60 dn (vept .11 refei-i n. pood ai %  .. Donw lo on m.i ai •-. an DI>I Ban n s M -an 1 Offl I H.P. aa new on MSSO--3n -CATT MISCELLANEOUS A Al.r. REAM l-i-ileyi Sto... Ir .•rfrct worhtruf order Apply atot-lon Ir.al MM M I • Jn ANTlyUEw of evn> daacripllmi Olaaa. China, aid Jawala. IM a*.: waiarcoinur. EArly boahe. Mapa. Aula %  raph.. ate at Qutilngaa Aaiiaue Bnot> • '<]<, mini Rarml Yarht Cl-.h IJ.OJ.-UA. i-rr.-IH >, John r llutau HELP BN<.IJ'llMAH-Ar*ountant 10 >aar. .peete-ra Pkr Enal 4 yean Trinidad oi-eeeiit holdltul Earcullve Pi-lllon Important Canadian Crnipan.. Veneauei. .eek. rrM-aa U %  I IO.AM DEEP FHrJWrIn goad vaifcuu? order. rniwrlty II ai.llon. MM DOtp IVi-.-.e. II (Ubic feet iTwo Yean Gaaranl-e left' in cr-elteni .ondltlon MM Applv Ralph Bc.ro. llaidwoad Alley • 1. m lo II noon. M an HIHMTI-KE BhU j Plat. American atyle. *A(-rilhln( pr4irtKall) %  MiM-oa POULTRY POULTRY Pure P"d n-rred rnotilh R.--h.. 1 Lock Hen.. Excal pltiFi iNS-Several pain. Black an) Red Carneau* Piaeona Apply P D Mtynard, Pwrler.. Rt Jaroe.. Of Dial t>ll. LIVESTOCK Till!Ft'. COWS-Gne artuled Currnaey M p>per day. (II iiaded Oaiaay MANTIJIM Jurt retetved new ahlp >eni too C P aD-fcateln Brothen1 Ray Street, rtrldlatown. M I M-On NFW m-ATTEH?* Dinah Bhore. Prank •natxa. Bin and all tha mat C id art. but quick. A. BARNES at CO LTD NJMHJW for your raawrd player U kind. Incliidlnf Ruby and Sapphire eml permanent needle, la play WW"" Touwuid recordlndB A BARNER CO.. l.T. MB SO t ONE ijqri.it LICENSE tli Baf .irrator Cabinet In food condlUoic.heat iH No • Cwtadlana woari bOova with funnala alao number imaU table., anind al barsaln prteea Ma C bndilord Co Quean r.ether Shop, rornar klarahall Gap. Baaiera Road 1" tha MH eat nourt.hr family Ubtanuibl M-M-n TYHFA-.T1.1rk and Cac tyraa in BM follo-ma'.'e. H5PM.Ptk1.UMB TOP a M, SO J. alao aev.ral car tyraa. Fiuiuire AUTO TYRE COMPANY. Tra PUBM Street Pttona MM MJ/JO-U.n fUPB> AU 111 B fjyUibort Horr. Pt-PPIEBHalf Brro La-brad... ptippl— r !" r *. M—ii-e, ^ > ^^ VACHT— -shamrockLanjih M(t Iir. Ream 1ft. la A-l CondlUon Ai1>lr Balph Hunt* c o Manning; Co. Ltd. BJactrtcal Dept Body rorporata and politic THE BARBADOS BOXUNtl COriRO|. with perpatua anraavaan and 0 Cacruaor. Peal ARTtlrR rtEYNTRj) roWTT.n I.OUIA AUUIHT LYNCH. HA1PH ARNOLD BEARD. ct.^uua. Duuijnr RAM.SEY. JOHN EUSTACE THIXJDOrpE nRANCKEB. PlFJOIt CHARlJtS SAM I VI. MAtFT.l. WIIXlAal FBVANCIB K_H. F.l-DON BAUPOUR GRANT. ILEKHJ-BT ALLEYNE DOWD1NO. CHARUEI STKAUllN McKENZlE. C'YHIL BRUCE BBOOKH. 1 llEOt-HlLUa LAW MARJUB M I SO—3n I Ofle. 1 PARADES Combined Rehearsali for the Kinf %  Birthdar Parade. Th. re will ba two combined rehearaau. for the Kinfi Birthiirty Par;idc on W'_in-day SI May and Tuesday June. 'SO at 1U0 hiiura. All ranks ore reminded that these are compulsory parades and that :.ny volunteer who absents himself without leave or reasonable excuse to the snUsfiiction of the Commanding Officer is liable to a fine, under section 14 of the Volunteer Regulations, 1MB. Dress for RehBavriaJs: Officers: Shirst, shorts, boots, short puttdtf*Bnd Iwsttooa, capa, ,,> u Sam Brown belts and swords. Ottpaf RaaQawfl Shirts, shorts, boots, ihort putteas and hosetopa, berets, belts and frogs. There will be no parade on Thursday, 1 Jun.. *M. There will 1 %  • no recruits' parade on Wednesday, 11 Mar, '50. Ordei. for th# Klagi Birthday Pt-rade The King's Birthday parada will be held si th* Garrison Savannah LtOUOft LICENSE NOTICE IBIMOVALl Tha iinilnwin.il of Kanneth Moora of llaon Hill. St John, the holder ol Liquor LJconae No TB3 of IPSO. profited 1 nun ir. raapact of a board and ilvanlui ahop at corner ol Wilaon Hill Jaha. to 1e1.14.vr -id Ucanaa la a •and and lalvnnlae ahop allactted t> %  Idcnr* at W11..-1 Hill. S( John. anC iiw It at auch laat daacribad prerroaeIlotdd thl. Mth day of May. ISM ( %  LI .ppllaant. To A W 1 iARPT-IV aftM Al FoUf. Mapietiaie l..i "C". N B Thl. apaUcaUari will M %  Hdarad at a UcaraUna Court to M Mtd on Juna lift ISM. at 11 o'clock a m Police Court* Dt.l. "C". A W HAJtPEBt. Ad Potira Maintr-ta. Dial "' WA.vn:w .101 u.v.risti THE DVOCATE ha* twu Editorial Department Una la lar a briaht yomvp inp Rchocii ne.i lenn and 1 take lot Tha other k Hf I ability to wille KnalN offered In both ...— aa tan M ODI.H ed lodaj hifi eduratc" mtei luanca ana I. The aalaria. ire a* allracUvc In BARtaVU>OS So far leiierm of application have kaan luppointlnd aM tha Editor 1. plUI rkin< for the .MM nnyn tor IRa twa oba Wrlto flvlnp full datalli to ailor. Tha Advocate M InnIt WORTHtNO INEAB CArRABANR %  OTBLl CBBIHT I III Kill afMMrR fully rumlahad chalet li private eatale atiaiutlna In half an arri ol well kept and told tnit pardana-enf minuto from aaa and baauliful aand< baihlna baarJi Tha MIIN contain* Ure llvinf • with hood*, deal French d at !"!" awrwpe ana arrvanu (1 ...i-r wllti toilet and ehower. tha houar t. taa-efum fnriuahad. Iha bed* have both deaf .leap and Dunloplllo niallrel... ahlnplel roof noliahed plna floor., tha Order) • •Main* ataaalawn.. tropical flowcrtnd ahriba and flower, together with eurht coconut palm., airu.ll orchard with lima, pawpaw. maruro. Uunarlnd, breadfruit, and plum Ueea, wliw-itwdh ancloead I... op veaetable |prdan and tool (bed. %  .aa.e-1 drlvowaya and card en palh*. will la aeld unfumlahed if dealred AltracUve price Phona owner SS1S between 10 a m and • p m. M I %  P ASTHMA MUCUS Dissolved Firil Day Aathma your ayaie rri SK aap y.mr anersy ruin in.l w. ken your heart. 1 MKMlACOIha pre. injectlona "jii.i r','..' .. laaa MKNnn'O table ha entirely fraa froi llron.hlti. In nail to ihinjrh ynu may h.v yaara. MKNPACO 1. (hat It la %  uarwnter.l 1, •**y breathing In 11 •cmplalelf .top your Ai ur money bach on re MCkare let MKMH Cha*>lat. Th* oara III protect* yon. PI m II SALES UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER lot of huuarhold (iiinllure jl St.tckdom' I'.tnea Bay. St Jane, oa TlmoOaj/ ner I.I Juna at I eelnrh whl.h ronatita a Bentwcal chaim. plant iloo).. .Ida table* makooan* riialna table and chain, wadion. colle-Mlon of ware. Iron bedaleed with luimp and aaatlraaa. elothaa pcaea. draaiina table coucha* and many other I'm. of Into 1 I M Term. Cadi IVArc. Ml IT Mallard daatsn Lac.pth Item V • Itocenlly overhauled a i'-n apply Husk WaJoon "Wat UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER -Vll. IN JCNE TWI'P*UAY lal—Sale of Ftttltup. Ac Marhlll Da .re* Mar KILL Street ri'i-anAY pth air r. 1 Patai. **-ir Wcndover *. Abbeville Oerdena WrllMDAY \*\* Mr F J Bayne 1 Bah. "The Farm", St Prlri WEDNESDAY Mat Raw A T Cold man* Rale -Rawla Houaa". Cudilnaton PROFESSIONAL NOTICE DR PERRE'HA of "Clnmvilla" Upp* My BL inear Etplanadei by Cnim^racU method count. dl>c.e> ol eye., ean noae. throat, lund*. .tonuich. hldn.y* km %  ower Klin.. Dial SMI. N/)a*W'.VA'.v.v,w.*- TILLEY LAMPS & LANTERNS I 300 Candle Power British Made Burn ordinary Kerosene S 10 Hours light al one tilling You will have years of • •X lsfaction from a Til Icy. \ f*f*gr#rV I'I'tllKlll \ A. S. HUSBANDS — Agent \ Babbs St. Lucy 1 on Thi tablt rsday. 8 Jun SO. Troops will ronJotrn to the followiM Um# Fall in at barracks — OTM. hrs. Markers 07S0 hrs. Advance — 0TS5 hra. Parade In position and d r aa aed — OtSO hrs. Commandant Local rorees reeelved — 0755 hrs. His Excellency received OtOO hrs. Dress for Parade: .. Officers: Tunics slacks, caps. S.D. Sam Brown belts Swords. Other Ranks: Shirts, shorts, boots, short puttees 4. hooetops, berets, belts & frogs. Mcdul Ribbons will be worn by all ranks. Officers attending as spectators will MOT wear swords. 2 ANNUAL CAMP All voluniwrti who have not already %  ubmltted their names tor thr? Annual Camp from the to 17 Jun., aO, and who are able to attend, should do so as soon as possible. No names will be accepted after tl May'50 __ __ __, 3 ORDERLY orMOER AHD ORDERLY fERJEANT FOB WEEE ENDIN0 5 JUN.. '60. Orderly Officer — 2/Lt. T ft. Goddard Orderly Serjeant — 218 L/S Storey, B. W. Ntixt for duty Orderly Officer — 2/Lt. 3. O. Laahley. Orderly Serjeant — 20t SJt. Long, C. B. M. L. D. SKEWKS-COX, Major, S.O.L.P. A Adjutant. VISITORS TO OUR ISLAND WHY HAVE BAGGAGE WORRY? You can leave'your Bsggage with us for despatch by our regular service. You can be assured of its safety. Remember.' WE OtVE PERSONALIZED SERVICE SMITHS SHIPPING SERVICE & FHEICHT FORWARDERS AT YOUR SERVICE IMI'Oltl AM Would ticket holders fo the St. Leonard's Vicarage j Dance please note Uiat the %  aid Dance will be held on WsUMSiiAY. the Tth of June (i.e. the eve of the Bank Holiday and not THURSDAY, the 8th originally stated. W. D. W. 28. 5. 50— 2n They're Jusl a lew. so .on't ordw loo heavily please f. Ill 1 V# Jlr FMTWiXGS CIMHVI. FOUNDRY I'U-r I LTD. GENTLEMCM We affer you The Brst In WOOLLENS an OR FOR . Cri*m t'l.nnrl Cream Berfe. Tropicals—Plain & NUiaed. Twreda. the beat ria Strip*.. AIM Rhakl a White Drill. Specialty. Tlelt THANI'S Pr.Wa. Henry & Swan Strcet.s MAPLE MANOR otnu/r HOURS %OTJPtffB, Barbados Real Estate A|eey OfRca HaaUl FOR SALE MITRXOKA Wnrthlna New houaa built of ralntnrcad conerata ind conrre-le block. b>ina room, dinlna rrnan. yerandah. I bedrooma, botnrnoir. alth tub and -.1.1 %  ii at i board, larp> aWtd' quarter*, -f-lu* well laid out i ,i. -nl. neai aaa and beautiful DalhtPS) MWi. fUrniahad or unIr Icily, leleptvou. BANYAN BEACII Bntlhton Cement btock ...... a bedroom*. iccrptlon room, verandnri. ahowrr bath, kltcrum nitad with frta. larpw % %  rice atanding in II 000 *q ft land, enrcllcnt balhlnd baaeh. water, atackrtclty. telephone niACKMANA -tl Joaaph. Old ed.ite atone houar. drawind rodrn. binlnf roam. I bedrooma. I kltctiona. baUiiwom. all dtilbulldinka. ataaulUta in about %  acre, land, aloctnrlty. watar, teleiihanr. KKNWORTH Ptiirold Street. sum* and woo MB %  kitchen. %  Mactrtctty DOVBR—Chrtat Crrurah ft. 3 t>edroaTni. both, wator. G1UPR BAY RL Jama* and bulMInd *nsa 11.1-us sa. rmlip IM srrae i-d arable land, about p. •wile HI %  'K OP FAATTOMY BUILDi Brlddctown 10.SOI) no. n atone, wood and deel Mn Wan, RANKEK, TROTMAN a. COENJOY A .... BICO DAY and NIGHT Arrangements have now been made for you to obtain your requirements of this delicious Ice Cream in any quantity desired between the hours of 8 a.m. and 11 .m. CALX AT THE BARBADOS ICE CO. LTD. BAY STREET. ,*,*/*Ve'>V<''V/ 1 rt I Try inn to locate the home of your dreams on your own can be difficult and confusing-, disappointing and expensive. We know houses, locations, prices and we are qualified to help you KC the best buy. JOHN M. BLADON A.I-.S, r v A. leal Estate Areal, Auctioneer. rJarreyar. Pl.iiiutinii. Rultdlns (KO>t\ A CROWNING ACHIEVEMENT BY MINklNG THE NEW CROWS GINGER ALE i



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SIVDAY. MAY 2* |§50 Church Services B.B.C. frogramae SUNDAY Al>\K.\u PACK KIKTI IV MPTIIOOIST JAMES *TRE*T II .. ,., H M'HITritAU— BJJO %  -> t prr M, 1 T Oak-. M. Cull,>e*, T r- U, HoixTowsi-a.au a. ; H C V,.i I It I % %  Mr P "AWT, HAIi a*. i. M' cattra: fiaaraaaii ,N MAT ea. iM "Th '••*. T M r.i *. M^i. _, ^ *1 m " %  " Editorial!. n*vvmt Pvtdr %  is am — — — -"i tnterluO* I IB %  m •*• %  *; th* Children. Hour )(a I" ?"" *•. 1W UP... .. > %  .j—.**wu nup. !" hit J ,_"" ,1 *. *t • p "i London r*r.iea. MuakMaaein*. M p m *_W_ I So p ml*. Nm. Re^ R %  is pm Hunt HMIUM, lu Din •--*-"^ %  firr* UMIIM I IMII iS IlkSIKKI IS WaTIT-*t MDAT PTTHTUli pj_ Mr 1 H Marvin*. DAUtXmi—11 ,-, m Mr V %  T p m Mr. J C-rimi-i SOUTH Dl'TRaCT-* %  m Mr T CWaaaMtae. 1 p m Mr A L Mayer* FOVIMNC*-ll m Rev B cU£ I p.m Mr A B On*'en VAfXRALU-0 %  m iuv B CTMbv _.! p m %  Ai>aJy*U. t 1S-T 45 p Voirea— -Ipua Alrun Dare* Waa-ata, aw p m rrel. IU p m Boofc, P m Flam V>l.. a 43 cm Plans Playtime. OS lamOoa Pnnim. M p m •A*nd.y •Mrvtt*. -.0 00 p m Th# Nr*. 10 u o m rrom Th Editorial*. |t U P HI Accordaon InUrlv^d*. 10 SO IXinfcLrk—A rVmml rVttpectlV*. "n p m. Th# N>.. MOXBAV MAT H, 1PM • a.in Tho Nt J io a it. „ AnaJyau. T IS a m DunaUrH-A P*. .1 fff!"** *•••" "-faof IMarvai. %  W ii m Crtckat Ceanraafdart on W I w OUmorBBn IDn ; .iii-l,i. 4 Cloaa Down. 110* nooa Tha Nrwav II 10 p m Nni Analyata. 19 I* I %  Pioranwiic Panda, 11.11 u m. ijaht Muaie. 1141 p n Okuaawtaui Wl l.diaa. 1 0O-1 p m rn.k.i OwnmaaaUjj en W.I. va Qlamorfaa, !" l ntatf* hand. 3 00 p m Tf. •• fc %  l( p m Home Nawa Proni Brtlaan. 9 11 p aa aporta jLaviaw. Tha Common araadlh. 1 00 p m I>M> Th# Third I Tntraf aai. 4 00 p.m Tha Naoa, 4 10 Tha Dally Barrlca. 4 1* pm. Joumay Into Malody. IM pm iJatanm ChoM*. S IS p m nocn Pa>ada. IK pm Plarea of Intaraat Mualc, 0 00 p m Mind L Tfca T Ar.li-d Bya Wltnaaa Aorounl of W I v. pan. I aO-7.4* p m BBC MldUi OrchaaUa. t.*J p m Otad To Mart Yin • io ii m Radio Nawaml. IU >n BTMoca Ravirw Tunea. IW p m. The Animal tt.-rld I*) pm MUM aar I ha Ta-at.p m. Tha Carthadral Oroam. 10 00 p Ttw Nawa. 10 10 ale, NUpa. Uandv w.aa Burwv. 11 t* p Tl'KaDAT. MAT M. 1.00 a.m. Ifea Mawa. 1 M a.ni > Analv.i.. 1 IS am "lyiaahoB, Mr.nan. T.U a.m. Oanemlly SpaatKIP Maatlng. B 0O-B SO am Crarkat Omunrnlao Maallin. 1 p in BalvaW I v OUmorr liiHl.KAN (HtBrat. Be.M HallT p.m. Opan Air Rroadoaat Sn.n1.1 pm Wadneaday Evanaiinc at •*• Hiara Hoed The Kev On p O'Oonohua. Speaker for each varvwe Tail BALVATION ABMt BRIDOBTOWN CENTRAI, II p m lioltneaa Mretina. 3 p.m Company Mxatlna pin Salvation Meetlna. Jtaea-ka ii r Major H t — H k WaaUaWOTON STHTJET II 4 m Holli.r%t Maetnia'. 1pm Compplty MtoWg. 7pm BaJvalon MeatlnC Preatrher B/Major Utboa SPaacHTBTOWN—11 a m. Hollnem Kr-tlna. 1 p in COaapenf Meellrm. 7 p m SolvMlon Meetlna Ptamchet BVCapWUn Campbell niAMONl) CORNER -U a m Hollne** Maealna*. 3 p m Company Meeting. p m Sal va I Mm Meetine; Pnaachee: Ui-iien..ni Moore. 1'LR COHNKR—11 a m Ht.llnna MarlInB. I p m. Company Martina: 1 p.m SalvalSon Martina: Prakrher: BValoi I'I.I I IIJ--.. ,rili OVBJ-TUN II am Hnima— Martina. S p m. Company Meet ma. tpm Balvatii, Mrrtina. Itrachei larutenajv XA VHW^-I" 3 v nv r,i [..., itahBai l-ra^ BBl MORAVIAN STRaaTJT— a I p m. Rev Emrat New CRACE HUJ. 11 am M T p m Mr. 8 Weekaa H1.VHK 11 am ll..l> C. T p.m Mr Q.eenr MUNTCiOMEBY—T p m Mr : liof ini.l. : p m M> DUSfBCOMBKHam Mr Tpm Sir Hewitt Urulenami aWndai naon. TRp Analyala, and La-wM Plraaurr. 00.1 SO ri. w OB pa Franc la Allman, RI. ', .1 %  Elder R H Wall lar. Elder R. II tin in Church F W. Week*.. I W. Weekrv %  aaaeaaai VllRraia< Hill. Rev The Piano Cam (llamnrflan %  Wnt lu ... Voice of I he 1 Concerto, tW pm Th* lra William PiUinm. Na-r*et. B.U p.m p.m Recital. • < 1 iTwnwaallh, B 3B p.a 10.M p.m The Nei the Edltoriala. 10 IS p turea o* RtcaM Keport From Lawlessness From Pace 1 %  free st:itf of law", and know nt'ttiinjt aboul tho ili>umly which u.iImnji carried into the German people from the East. BOSTON WRUL 18JMat*. WRUW WRUX 17 7 He. Mall* for %  Laatla, Domlnli John HB.. Hallfaa. Montreal Wert German youth was conH.V. can CV" • W, %  *• .slantly bearing in mind the fate of those who were still being held In EH stern prison camps, and they therefore demanded that unity, law and freedom "must be given back to thoae who are to demonstrate under force in Berlin for disunity, lawlessness and bondage". Chancellor Dr. A'denauer who originally intended to deliver the broadcast himself, could not do so because he is confined to bed with a slight case of influenia.— The Sun-tanned BabY #> from MIF S _____ against Lancashire which follows I From Page 1 this beginning on Saturday 3ri June there will be a commentary on the first day only, at J0.41 M g.m. On Wednesday. Thursday rrnVmS ,nd Frtdfl >'3Ut May m M1 -. ITnmS 2nd. June there will be commoJB tariea on the England vs. Th" Rest Match as a result of which the England Team for the first Test Match against the West Indies will be selected. These will "whites" or two "blacks". We have only to look around to convince ourselves that there is considerable di from the mating of two of our own kind. This diversity con range from the excellent to the pitiable. We are not a pure-bred stockeven m while*. We do not breed _— tru*. A, v.n, of m .„ kUld : *ZJ?r £2'*$ A is we are far less "Axed' some of our domestli In fact, today there is geographical variety of mankind —L.E S Solution io CROSSWORD Remember to keep JULY 1st (Saturday night) Open for the Grand Polo Ball and entertainment at the MARINE HOTEL MAIL NOTICES i Ai*-n. Sam an the —an MI ,llil>!NARY MAIL, at ami. May '"•" %  ffalU for Martimnii United KVWdom by the I* Oaacodn* .ill ue ctoaed at I he Oanerai .'..-i • mo* a* unaj*r.— ~ aftaU. al 10 HlClSTFJtaU> MAO. at J Ma) May ISO*. OKUINARY MAIL at 0 a 11 Juno IBM. Radio Verse By Derek Walcotl Lhln"re ArWt with summaries by E. %  Swanton. They will not be boomed here but you may bo able to pick them up in tho African Service at 8.15 a.m. and 12.45 p.m. In the 13 metre band. Ttils match will also be reported on in 'Sporta Review' on each of the above days at 2.16 p.m. when the direct beams to us will be on the air on the 16 metre band. 17.70 megacycles. Keiiieniberinj: Dunkirk There must be few people tn the Britiah Commonweolth who do not get a thrill at the mention of the word 'Dunkirk.' Do you remember the leader In the New York Times of June 1st. 'So long as the English tong' survives, the word 'Dunkirk will bo spoken with reverence On Sunday next, 28th. May. the BBC will present a 'personal jerspectlve' of Dunkirk in which listeners will hear the voices of some of the people who %  here: sailors, small-boat man, etc. Broadcast begins at 10.30 We ran supply yuu with : •> *J • L0H0 i. VKiii \ FORKS • SHEARS • RAKES • SPRINKLERS • HOSE & F1TTINC.K ALL AT REASONABLE PRICES Try UH before pttrrliasinu elsewhere. The Barbados Hardware Co., Ltd. (THE HOUSE FOR dARGAtSS) No* 33 A 52 SWAN STREET PH0;E 2109, 3634 or MOfl J)



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ru;i MVIIIN. SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY, MAY S8. 1S0 Fly Jet And See The Map Comet Shows Passengers All The South In A Glanee By JAMES STEWART %  The second Comet )et airliner li nenrl\ tkmshed .mtl should ! %  having-its first air test in the next lew weeks. Meanwhile? Comet No I, the world's first jet-pro. pelle.1 airliner, which has been flying since last July, has return. ed from Its tropical tests In the Sudan These first two Comets off th production line at the HatfleM work* of the De Kavillaiid Aircraft Co, are not destined for actual ttriat work. They are the test prototypes ordered hy the Ministry of Supply. Thai SlreHni. The Channel But work on the Heel of ; | which are being bought by the British Oversea* Airways Corporation Is going well ahead, and BOAC should be receiving the first early next year. When the Comets go Into pasenger service ordinary travellers will be able to get views of the earth which have so far been limited to high-flying bomber and iewi. For example, once when the Comet was flying about 3t).tHM)ft. BARN A dclcated I'ciican at table tenoji in tinhaei-Club Cup Finals yesterday to make themselves wllliiHl "I the Inter-Club competition. The scries ul games were played at the Y M''A Out ol nine games of singles. Barnwon live and Pelican WOD four, ilarna was leading Pelican by one point Before tins gunie was played Mad Tehran-won. both teams would have been lied for the cup. Everluil were last year's cup winners of thl ft competition. Barna iind Pelican are new teams which entered the eompetitlun this year Representing -Barna were 1. stoute. C areanldga and R. OoodlnK Tlic Pelican team was F. WUloughby, L Slocombe and Lv Worrell These are all intercolonial players. They repceeented Barbados In 'he last tournament between Barbados and Trinidad ll Barbados SlouW of Barna was outstanding in hir. performance He won all Utree of the games he played. Wiltouehhy ol Pellican won two of the three games he played and lost Ihe other lo Stoute. The scores were: — L. Stoute vs. L. Slocombe 19 21; 21—18; 21—19 C. Greenldge vs L. Worrell; 2428; 21 — 18; 21 — Ifl. R Gooding vs. F. Wlllnughby. 15—21; 21—18: 19—21. C wi'enidge vs. I. Slocombe: 1A—21: 21—19; 21—8. R Gooding vs. [ Slocombe: 18-21: 22-20; 15—21. I. Btoutevi I Worrell; 21—10: 21—18 R Gooding vs. WUloughby. IS-21 15—21 R. Goodiny vs. L Worrell: 15—21: 8—21 I. Stout* vs F Willoughby: 10—21. 21—18; 21—12 King Farouk May Marty Commoner From Paae 1 U.S. INCREASE ARMY STAFF lessen Chances Of War WASHINGTON. May 27. The Sen,lie Aimed KM..Coin mlttee has detided that the peacetime limit* of 2.7011 army qttetn on permanent duly in Washington, and 700 on the Ann. I .em i %  ,, 51 %  i.used ti> 4.000 .iiid i.'ion respectively, Ii pa I %  %  plan to Hie lull Senate after hearing the Arm-. Chief of si.,",. C n .1 l-awton Collins, say: %  The pi %  running a cold war are at least as tough if noi loutfw i of running a total .n Public notice that tha Ann Staff was Inrreealna "might dp the balance u to vrnetlier a pnteatlal enernj might act or not III ill. I second inarna-e was likely to take place. Meanwhile Princess Fathia anu her bridegroom, Rlad Ghall, iuv. ibaodoned the idea ol a honey%  inon in Honolu'u, and are extected to rejdln the QUMO Mother Mothe at her hotel here on Moni n The couple are now at Las Angeles, having Down there aflat t ieir surprise wedding on Thui.day night, bacon which the I ridcgruoni a former Coptic Christian, publicly embraced the Moslem faith. They travelled m l le luxurious private 'plane of Mr I'd win. Pnuley, Southern California oil miltlnnalr". Friends said that the three intend to stay here indefinitely. Mr. Ghall. st r i pped of h.s eiplomatic status and passport by his Royal brother-in-law. mu.-i report |o the United Stale* Immigration Service on June Ifl, about his departure plan The Queen said that Mr. Ghili received an anonymous thie.it be* fore the ceremony, but r l IIIMLII ie,i serious, although Hi. wedding was held in | locked room undor poUea guard. Barrow B 25 a Queen Na/li also told an Egyptian journalist in u telephone interview from the United Stales oat Itiiirl Ohali had been a Moslem rot' three yi ai i The journalist. Aly .wiiine Hey. o-proprietor of the Arab weekly Akhabar El Yom, went to Rome especially to 'phone Queen KMS and Fathia. The 60-year-old Qnee,, Mother told luin Unit she bast taught %¡ hall Ihe prtnctpla. and phiiosphy ol Islam and parts Ol UM Koran. "1 want Ihe Egyptian DUbttc, which I love and respect, to be assured that I would, not marry my daughter to a Christian," Queen Nazli said. "She is married to a real Moslem Fathia said: "I am happy because 1 married the man with whom I have been in love for ii. i i ars, but sad because the Egyptian public thinks he Is a Coptic Christian QblJl is u Mn.liin and 1 am a religious Moslem. I could not 'M.IIIejayoM who was not ,, Obeli is a Moslem because he beUovet In it. not beeauM be wants bo ain my jii-ai! Akhabar El Yom added that President Truman had refused to force Queen Na/li ami lathll (0 leave the United Bn % %  % %  The nannpapi i t I IHarl said U the newly married cotlpla Wanted to live in Britain, they would be allowed to do i n >ondMon thev did not Indulge in any political activity.--(Renter.) Achvuan Hack m rrntn Fare I Mi A %  %  M terrtng %  0On With State Department official! and will see Mr. 00 Monday morning. I l.< Ke< i. t..i \ will address a joint BeasaM Ol Congress on Wednesday He told reporters he did not plan to ask Congress Imnediatel) foe legislation to carry nut American contributions lo the expended North Atlantic Programme He &ald that the communique issued in London did not cover everything dlactuaod by me Foreign Mmrsteca Hut guest. studied did not include atomic energy control or the future of Jet II auon There has been no change in the American attitude towards admission of the Chinese Communists lo the United Nations. He did hot know whether the Russians had made any new proposals about the organisation. "Everything we have done in the past three weeks has been In strong support of the United Nations" he said "We arc trying lo make all c efforts lomplctnentary. not rival efforts." Mr. Acheson said he would be "very glad" to confer with the United Nations Secretary General, Trygve Lie as a possible about the letter's recent visit to Moscow, Paris, and Lc don. Asked If he foresaw a direct break In relations between the ; and Rumania as a result of recent "reprisal" developments, the Secretary of State replied "1 should think not."-" Boxers Give (ood Display Fighting Ha i ley gave lo 'n-, mam/ followers. r did three rounds of shadow boxing and then sparred three I'II Sam King who also gave a good account of himself. The challenger jjas at his beat specially when punching and Vadlng leads from his sparring i ner. This exhibition impressed rters NO much that they re sure of his victory over Kid Haiti on June 6 He also d*ri' •iround* with Sugar Ray %  j '.m, will meet Al Mauler n ir.e -ame card. 'Over at the Savoy in Meein Hall Street. Kid Ralph who opposes Bailey is doing some serious training with his sparring partner^ Al Mauler, Beltlcld Kid. %  I other bifxer*. Betfteld Kid was stopped twice by Ralph,' ho claimed that he" Is ex peri-' encing great difficulty in getting i -parrtng partners. Stranahan Wins Amateur Golf Title ST. ANDREW, Scotland. May 27. Frank Stranahan, 27-year-old son of a millionaire, today won the British Amateur Golf Championship for the second time in three In tha All-Ainerican final hbeat Dick Chapman. 3B-year-old farmer. United States Amateur Chumpion, by 8 and fi over I ilc* Chapman was also runner-up for the British title In 1M7 Btranaftaars ntacJurte-tika golf liiumphcd over (he mure orthodox bill excessively painstaking play by Chapman In a match which Louis. 411 minutes Playing in wretched rainy and windy conditions, the Amer rivals crawled through the first 'B holes in. 3 hours, 40 minutes. at the end of which Stranahan WSUJ three UP The 12 holes played In the afternoon took I hour. 55 minutes Chapman was mainly responsible loi ihe delays. He spent a lot of ttnie on ihe greens consulting v. nh his caddie. Stranahan conslstenly outdrove Chapman who. despite his caution hiile.i to even matters because of some weak approaches and puttinq lapsed. — Reader The Weather TODAY Pan Rises: 5.38 am. San seta: 6.17 pm Moon (Full*) Mai 31 l.ilhtlni: 7 0* pin Hlsh Water; 12.48 a YESTERDAY Kjlnfall M'odrinaton) nil lolil for month lo Yesterday: 5 17 Ins. Temperature (IMIn.) 73.5F. V.lnd Direction mm) I (II a.m.) E. Wind Velocity II miles per hour. lUraineler (9 am) ?B872 111 am ) 2SI953 They'll Oo Ii 1 verv I imc By Jimmy Hatlo SO-ATlrVELL, ACE YOU S 60*.&TOCA-L TWE 'LECTROAN ABOUT THE ELECTRIC S^NE?) I F'CRVIN' OUT LOUD! yOU ^ x i <\Q'M WHAT^THE MATTER! < Q \ YOU KNOW AHAVOU WANT! L-fA-t OPU CAUL MMI1 ,J/V -: ;; %  ? %  I*. ,I HE.. L 0-V7 .ICUW.ATT.-UU-V HEY.'TELLHM VO CHECK TH:_ TO = Wfc V I WANTE3 TO TELL VOJ-A ~ -ElAOSTAT O-. 'HE FRANNSXAN %  ^uoHE.P"'i UH-J.STAWKUTE "WH/rr, ( IMSN HE COVES OVEB; TE^^-V \ SQUATWE-L? YES—NO. I SA.PTHE FUSE OK THE FlMSTIiUM QVi. OW (^ HUH? 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s %  %  4 a *. Mat-* 28. IJU. ^untoy, luMcate Price, *l\ CENTS leuJ •• •• WINTRY Judgment Reserved In Water Jug Case NEW DELHI. May Zl Ui:.-\Ki\(i evidence ended here "day in the caw of John Kenneth Edwards, bearded vounu hnglMiman charged with assaulting the Argent...* Ambassador in a New Delhi hotel by pouriiiK water on his head, the magistral* rr 'i\(il judgment until TucsdaV aftermwii. The i > %  . bnaufhi > \ tha liol.ee iiMnii Edwaral was that he pouri'.' water from the |U| t(i*ii t-.i %  v the jug .it Argentine raacharvt'i head without sudden o. i vocation To-day it was nifiuel whet GALES STOP CRICKET GLAMORGAN 123 WEST INDIES 27 FOR OHE The Next Issue The next taaue of the Al>\tH ATI: -*ill be on TOT8 HAV MAY 39 Thht will hUM BV1 viNli edition on ssie in Hi.aflcraooii 4hdfT yoti ( opv ttu .J.I I %  I %  I \ le v ft tha aon-appaaranca in i ca i lauunt, the Ambassador : and whether "pourlni a 'aw drop', ot water" wa a : assault or only | W • i r %  "! ^ tiiiTiiTi.ii .issauii or oniy - (sZPChtt .flliSt IjtOaC offence" lr Which accused %  . be let off with an admonib Last Consulate uld War O/ The fmixissies No Ordinary Citizen "Inn Kutll left HiImWI hilltop baby—she's wonderful" said >crrt*i £(Ml Appeal To West For Protection The prosecution rvpued that no such conclusion could be drawn, PRAGUE. May -'• (for the Ambassador was not an The United States today asked [ ordinary citizen of the country. CieerToslovafcia to close. " ,Mt (amenable to the court's juriadicrcmaininif consulate in America—) tloni DUl „ representative of tha tha ion su late-Generar iu New, President of the Amentmc ReYork, including the office of the i public, and he was not bound to Czechoslovak Commercial Coun-1 tomi > lo court. ( llnr The Magistrate retorted that "if The latest move in these tactics, (ne Ambassador claims privilege A// Ready For WmtiUn Rally :alled here "The a, he has done, the court is equally entitled to draw adverse conclus-I BERLIN, May 27. ions" Six East Berlin People's Police Replying lo the magistrates i ll( .day reported to the West Berquestion why "in view of the eirI jj n authorities for 'protection", cumstances of the case", the court. West Berlin Police reported. should not treat it as one Involvingj The Ea Police joined live "a trivial offence" and let off the members of the Communist-led accused with an admonition, the -Free German Youth who came which are being ___ War of the Embassies was made known to the Czechoslovak Foreign Ministry in a one-page note delivered by the American Embassy here at n3on today. The "war" began on April 21 when the United States ordered Chechoslovakia to close her Consulate-General in Chicago, following the closing of the iiittci States Information Service In Ihls country, and the expulsion of Mr. Joseph V Kollarek. the United B 0 i.resa attache— Reater. Appalling Losses In VZ. Floods WELLINGTON. N.Z.. May 27. Widespread damage was today reported fro^jnany parU of New Zealand's SquUi Island, following a nighlrnareW 24 hours of surging floods. Many West Coast areas were .• %  till isolated today, and radio reports spoke of "appalling" stock i Dozens of brid£*S disappeared into the angry waters of the >wolUn rlWn. WeMlnnd and C.iJ'ibury ami I I loet spans, leaving cap*of up to 4no feet Railway, electricity and ulphone services wenpll disrupted. —Healer. prosecutor said that the offence 11 0 West Berlin during the night. was not trivial, as the accused Was „„< KaV e themselves up as "pollticharged with assaulting a rapre(a l refugees*'. Yesterday two ntative of the Argentine Hepub' East policemen and one East Policewoman also placed themEdwards defending himself, sub*r] v r* 1" *he hands of the Westmitled that he was entitled to e m Police. acouittaJ since the Ambassador East Berlin was a sea of bine had not appeared in court, Arguj this morning ns tens of thousands ing on the "facts of the case", he %  of demonstrators, wearing cornasked the magistrate to "draw \ flower blue shirU. marched to your own conclusions" on the I open a new sports stadium, rebuilt KING FAROUK MAY MARRY COMMONER Why This Fuss About Falhiai" SAN FRANCISCO, May '-'" King KarouV of Egypt, though angry with his ilei Fathli for marrying a commoner. Riad ghali. "dennilily inlcnda to marry a commer himself, his dO-yi-ar-nld mot 1 it, Quei-i Null, said in an interview quoted here loda) .{ Thr inUrvIM "• %  I the S>" r*ric^ LaM'lessness Legalised SAYS ADENAUER Britain Agrees To Quit Egypt \ Britain I n Kg} ptlan irotHisal lo %  im-Harj %  Ilium* ia cone) i i i I ;i-.iav. I'roposal rplj %  Thi pheved a %  tn ba sent to the Mi (Ugh iii it I h fl I || '. |1 ml n,l. lt> |KII U ..i dmnd %  The mcn,o.-..uuni. wlu.h was .i Sit,i,isi W Cabinet" me >ii K bM night, besides InsistCaUOUrr, May w. 'pHfi GLAMOROAH ba.'.ing was as cheerlass as the weather at Caiuih waeie the ootttuy fared poorly against the Wejc I.idies ant* mm all out in three and three quarter hours for 123. The stubborn defensive methods of the early barmen served little purpose and there Wus a complete breakdown in the batting after lunch when Gla morgan in one disastrous Jipell of 20 minutes lost four wickets for the addition of three runs. SMI Acheson Back In America AFTER LONDON TALKS NEW YORK v United Slates Smtt.iy ..f St.i'r Dean Acheson returned to-day from the "HIK Three and Foreign Minister Atlantic Pact Council on evacuation, demands the n "" ,,, i, ia "> Utndon to report to m,u ..r Lhe Nile Valley under the President Truman and Longress Egyptian crown. Fiei" .v-hi. n i ir I '-I, ing. Wh> then ii ja fuss ibout hi ibhahed t K\.lllHli.-l Qtjaaa, as d ihe mak i Kalhtu". Than wal .1 Widalj shared bahel 111 CaJfO l.i-Jav thai if the v praeanl contact! 1 Kwejen Egypt,. mil Bnti'i athaL An-I ( 11 nagoUationi for a' new treaty may start soon after 'ie ai rival next mont i <•! Britain'! BBW Ambassador. Sir Ralph .sti veABon One nawapapM hi %  tald thai rtetd M.nshal Sir WllUam BUm, ChH ( tif the lit it;-ti Imperial Oan%  xal Btafl "ill Hall bnpt a-'' ,th to explain t.> Egyptian political and mUiUri eblan lhe onal nidit,.i. UtuaUon, hold defence talks Beater failure of the prosecution to produce, out of 100 guests in the hotel's "tavern" on the night of the Incident, "a single independent witness not belonging to the Ambassador's party". Defence witnesses had stated that the Ambassador was evidently causing annoyance. Edwards said that he poured a few drops of water on the head of the Ambassador, who had ignoied his request for silence. "1 did not intend that as an assault", he said "It was merely a means of focussing his attention".—Renter. Bulgarian Foreign Minister Sacked SOFIA. May ST, Bulgaria's Foreign lalnkrtsT. M I'ompionvjv, i* to be relieved of his dulle*.. the official Bulgarian Agency reported today. The Agency s^d that this_jvas part of a large-scale Government reshuffle proposed to the Bulgarian National Assembly today by Prime Minister Vulko Chervenkov. Gdnerla Damianiov, Minister for National Defence, has also beer lelicy'.,' ol his duties, neuter. TV Work Till Tuesday %  i 1....1 oa> Osra eaefaas*ssaaaU ST. KITTS, May i7. i tba BJJ Indian City". ..: sugar for Canada will not be resurned until the ship on which a 24hour token strike took place on Monday. intod the ship to work on public hohdays. paying an US Production Shoots Up WASHINGTON. May 27. United States industrial production rose in April to the highest point in 13 months, and continued to climb this month, the Federal Reserve Board reported here. The April output was two points above the March figure, and 10 points over April. 1949, the Board's index showed. A record steel production in April and May—102 per cent of theoretical capacity in the week rnding May 2&— gave a powerful boost to overall production. The Board said that this month would "apparently" product another two points production rise — lo 191. close lo the all-' li of 195 recorded in October and November I94B at the height of the postwar boom.—Renter. the last few months mainly by volunteer youth workers. "Thousands more, in holiday mood, strolled the streets and eheered and waved as other demonstrators rolled into the city on decorated lorries. Krovocutlnus The Soviet Communist Party newspaper Prnrda to-day accused the Western Powers in Berlin of Instructing "agent* provoi.iteui V tit create nwktantg In Berlin duri uig the Whllsun week-end Cont•nuiiisl Youth Peace Rally. According to a Toss (Soviet Official News Agency) despatch received in London, Prauda said: "Provocations are lielng prepar, ed. down to dressing criminals land poUoatnCtl 1st the unifoun of I members of the Free German I Youth Union and gelling them to engineer iivldcnts In the streets. It added that the Free German Youth would not be Intimidated, and that they had obtained inure than 8.000,000 signatures to an appeal lo the permanent Commitof the World Peace Congress .; rate n I'nion snip declined been advisee, until Tuesday ASSASSINATED TEHRAN. May 27. •ailing for prohibition iloniir weapon Reuter. of the Atom Spy's Accomplice Isolated Mi %  : %  Ign Ahmed Dehgnan, Parliamentary Deputy from Azerbaijan, died hospitul here tonight after being sl-ot by an unknown man, ted. Hll-AUEU'lll. Gold, 38-year-old Ameri%  arch chemist who used ot passing atomic ""i> i torn British atom spy Klauj Fuchs to Russia, has been placed ii isolation in the Holim-aburg Gaol in Philadelphia for fear oi macks on him by otner priaon.rs. the prison governor said tolay. He is held pending bail of siOO.000. The ball was fixed at ,. his amount, but has sol who I forthcoming. He was arrested afti 'American Secret Service men had BONN, May 27 I)i Konnd Adenauer, West German Chancellor, to-day warned German youths against "rash acts'* at the Communist Rally In Berlin. In a broadcast tonight he declared that the Communist-led Free German Youth rally was nothing but a large scab e nude which iii rtsUlty Unq arc not. under the tanM unfortunate cocrrlon as in the past". Dr Adenauer said: "I did not U-IMM. in.OanrUtt >outli in the BOVM Zone had any other aim '" arltn than to live in units with ;,ll Germans a life of right and freedom. Their will to do right, however. ,vas hindered b> "false laws" itd against any law and I .. small group carrying nut foreign orders". Dr. Adenauer r.mi wUl .•> %  freedom was enthralled to an extent uncommon even under National Socialism. ht '..mi Dr Adenauer .harged that arfUi %  i rna s ej -' % %  le, • mm live years aftat the war had ended, still to-day drove .... Uha tnati fci In-, idi-als". Hie tin fn.dom-lovin* world, he said, knew the mt.nu: pOW4R*l l>ehliid ihem did lhe adventures of these forces i>ot lead to a ealas'irig Jlressed that the German youth in the iVesI "grows up In An oflkial wurce said that iir portant di>ruments were found i il ,k.llt-i Itruter questioned Fuchi 5krubbs Prtaon.lt in Wormi England, —Renter. Iflddlnt he is limn. exacll> %  Bane ihing," Thirt.-veai—.U King Tamil ilK % %  hie Queen, Fnrida la ve:.r A repotl late last year, slm , Man ..iliclal quiii hat the King had broke yp a roinnasee between beaut if' Narnmaii Sadek, LO i dauthler of an Kg> ptlan civil %  erv.nt, and Sakl Hacnian. membci >( IMK^vptian l>elegallon the United Nations, and planmKl i imiry the girl himsMf, N.,/1.. -ii %  I %  .! %  -•* hea daughb latah. also alleged in interviews publkd ed here todaj that RfjpUa i .ciisoi had stsppn B l*(ore Thursday's Moslem ceremoru/, Mi Ohnll had accoptod Ihd ,. i lhe progress lo* NorJi ulanUc Treaty lrganlsation and Iu the talks I ii with the Foreign Ministers In London. He declined huWaves', lo go beyond the announcernenta made in imimiinmiiiISOuM m l^mdnn until he had l.ilkf-l 1'ivMdcnl In a statement, the Secretary s.nd "i foci that Iha fraa IUUOOJ nf the Wesi are making progress toward the universal goal of reace To Ihls end %  ,n. davol ing and will eontn i %  to djsspojbj .ill our efforts I feel that these Meps we hav taken in common with the other free countries represent solid Hcniev-ement in lhe cause of |>eace %  ind progress." w .i.-li nl He w<> rha i rain Jl dsq, ourists On Page 16 FffaWCC Vr ill Not llUTriii-r Budget PARIS, May 27. ihould immediately tell )>vr allies thai she will nol im-rease >i ilefence butlget. [niinei Fin1 IStar Andre Philip declared to-day Addressing the Socialist Part> I "I devote too -in., ii ini.nev la preparing RN wai we shall mainbiii Ihi pre en I standard of living. %  IraarJ) MI. iiiadequalc. for the working class, an 1 the Cnnununid will OCCUp) us fiom within What I fear most is not the atom bomb, but winking class poverty" Though he %  trofiflj opp) i increase in French military • radln iie urged thai cii-iiidin. 1 tn.u botween EuropA> and the United Slates should be lnneased. Ha sharply crltbTlaad Btrropaari oclaltfl partlaa which, he said, sometimes took up positions which were "either t.- national or tin. conservative Reater. r.ii i.-..., i. n ."iiUh KM :I wan wi n daaarrad, SMII Ihi %  av was %  aithou ii iha progn uSa Wast tadl) hatd Up >^ ., lighting ninth ran I'leass and Kevai who defied thg attack for Marl] .in how In which the. added 29 runs This u a'-i-no ;he ''ace of proaasa of <;ianiurgan's -rorms >' i-. I Ihrir iunlitgs. whicli .|..i|ipnnili-il a hallda* erowsl %  laVtW i... treat 1 Uad !( %  % %  il Ha • I .i bail which kept low Havta %  "i I 'i with HM n Umsyot down immediate** lulling .itlracttveb whirh had threaten.%  1 with In • ( behind with mmwtchoti -' The Teanu H'el Indies:—! H Stnllmeyer (Capt i A F. Rae. F WonaU, 1 WaaJraa, < w..i. K Treatrail, G. Gome/. i Williams, H. S i:,iin,idhin. A V. dentine. K. Marshall <12lh man t. Cllamorgan:— W Woollcr, W Pwkhouaa, w Jones. M. Robinson, J Pleuss, K D a v I e s. 8. Montgomery M IJusscar, n. Davles. N Hevoi. 1) fJtaphald, rod 68 for three wickets by lunch. The County made a late chant*in lhe team Al.m Widkinj-iha Brigland pJarei could nnKplar owing in a knae injury and nu place was taken by Stan Montpornary. John Qoddard, n* West India! I plain rested and the Thr sun -till evaded the West Indies and there w* a .lull. Iireeie ulien i .. m..i. .t n havnni .." the b>. opened hrUkI*. BtfBsWya I-.vies iwrrplna 'i'ltiin l" le | fur four in lhe In| iuei -ike i most ilangeroin the touxtsl (.-'inng attack How Innwith tne halp of a strong tile ball move alter % %  vt'iilivn had lieen acured in half an hour. Da wot Woolhn cam h| In iha gully. Ha continue i t" bowl wall to a M-inn n< le nf (nn -~lli>s and the %  Ion fraa I oura play • on page I UK I'asr || Shape Plans To Aid Backward Countries 1.AKK SI ( Ch.SS M ,x :',' United Nation, pl^ns for lachnicai %  -i.i.ti.1 ..'. wen batni i.'uiiy shaped I result of the Unite.. i 1 a t e %  Senate's approval ol %  ) authorisation for Prcsiuman'l point four proiee' %  %  iwire post%  Congr delayed I I mr aulhoritlot %  be i eivenad hare 12 Most of ih itrand %  iha Idea pi in i %  in %  United Nations Proayatjime bul lhe C< nfen -i" ihe scope >< . %  coats, The "\r Vcifj T;mes" irpcrle.l fr*in l.iki Surc^ss lada\ Hi ii I | I idled Valient dele %  '.-. hnl i :.' %Tril I'm*, NAIIS.1. fir-i.inmr II i n % %  If .,< %  l..rt(M)000 to %  45.eae.iimp SKIDS MAY REPLACE AIRPLANE WHEELS Hy Jitnit s Siiiiiii LONDON SHAl.I. wa go back to rass' airMelds. rlmiifi uway with Concrete runways? Sir r redenck Hantlley PORC says there is a limit to lhe bifi runway tmlicy. He sees, as an i .live, aircraft" beinn mounted on multi-wheel bodies ,md iakinu off iTOrn grass. ff potnt the bog.c Would I" f I< %  "-" II" i plane came : Il would la ui oa skids. Their braking elTcr-t would be i ,. i lot t" tin preaeni sj Frrderirk, I.IVIIW the IXIUIS Truman — Stalin /Exchange Urged May 28. JMAHA, Neb.-... Senator Kennilh Wnerrv (He-|B>riot memoru.l ieelere In Parii ^iiiltcan, Nebraska) tonight pro> id the transatlantic service was i %  [ Pn v. uman and | a promislnu ease for the immediate Premier Stalin sliould "pub! <>f the undercarriage! %  hange notes" to clarify Ihej \r*i gU erican and Russia-i position In A substantial g n In pay load her HOTRI DAM1 goal-keeper saves a Ooa iry *ue i^., ...—% % %  -• "^ !" visiirdav o-ii towards the goal la the Everton-Notre Dame Knock-oul match at Kensington yesterday. for S35.030.i00 the money to l h e was 25,0O0.0OO slO.OOO.OOO ha.i been allocated by H* Stales for previous commitment—ReuU-r. Id Senator Wherrv thi I ,.imll1: ,.i i eh lhe rJ t iMial Live tork IN l. %  ..ui ion ihat \..uld iet,the world ludge *h..h ei unlry was right. w.' should pa i l %  oratir eourra at," '. € . I lei. D.'.'nbotOM 10. II, 12 & 13 Broad |MM


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Judgment Reserved
In Water Jug Case
NEW DELHI. May Zl
Ui:.-\Ki\(i evidence ended here "day in the caw of
John Kenneth Edwards, bearded vounu hnglMiman
charged with assaulting the Argent...* Ambassador in a
New Delhi hotel by pouriiiK water on his head, the magis-
tral* rr 'i\(il judgment until TucsdaV aftermwii.
" The i >. bnaufhi > \ tha
liol.ee iiMnii Edwaral was that
he pouri'.' water from the |U|
t(i*ii t-.i v the jug .it Argentine
raacharvt'i
head without sudden o. i
vocation
To-day it was nifiuel whet
GALES STOP CRICKET
GLAMORGAN 123
WEST INDIES 27 FOR OHE
The Next Issue
The next taaue of the Al>-
\tH ATI: -*ill be on TOT8
HAV MAY 39 Thht will h-
Um BV1 viNli edition on ssie
in Hi.- aflcraooii 4hdfT yoti
( opv
ttu
.J.I
I I '
I
\ le v ft tha aon-appaaranca in
i ca i lauunt, the Am-
bassador : and whether "pourlni
a 'aw drop', ot water" wa a
: assault or only | W
_ i r "! ^ tiiiTiiTi.ii .issauii or oniy -
(sZPChtt .flliSt IjtOaC offence" lr Which accused
be let off with an admonib "
Last Consulate
uld
War O/ The fmixissies
No Ordinary Citizen
"Inn Kutll left Hi- ImWI hilltop
babyshe's wonderful" said >crrt*i
(Ml Appeal
To West For
Protection
The prosecution rvpued that no
, such conclusion could be drawn,
PRAGUE. May -' (for the Ambassador was not an
The United States today asked [ ordinary citizen of the country.
CieerToslovafcia to close. " ,Mt (amenable to the court's juriadic-
rcmaininif consulate in America) tloni DUl representative of tha
tha ion su late-Generar iu New, President of the Amentmc Re-
York, including the office of the i public, and he was not bound to
Czechoslovak Commercial Coun-1 tomi> lo court.
,(llnr The Magistrate retorted that "if
The latest move in these tactics, (ne Ambassador claims privilege A// Ready For WmtiUn Rally
:alled here "The a, he has done, the court is equally
entitled to draw adverse conclus-I BERLIN, May 27.
ions" Six East Berlin People's Police
Replying lo the magistrates i ll(.day reported to the West Ber-
question why "in view of the eir- I jjn authorities for 'protection",
cumstances of the case", the court. West Berlin Police reported.
should not treat it as one Involvingj The Ea Police joined live
"a trivial offence" and let off the members of the Communist-led
accused with an admonition, the -Free German Youth who came
which are being ___
War of the Embassies was made
known to the Czechoslovak For-
eign Ministry in a one-page note
delivered by the American Em-
bassy here at n3on today.
The "war" began on April 21
when the United States ordered
Chechoslovakia to close her Con-
sulate-General in Chicago, fol-
lowing the closing of the iiittci
States Information Service In Ihls
country, and the expulsion of Mr.
Joseph V Kollarek. the United
B 0 i.resa attache Reater.
Appalling Losses
In VZ. Floods
WELLINGTON. N.Z.. May 27.
Widespread damage was today
reported fro^jnany parU of New
Zealand's SquUi Island, following
a nighlrnareW 24 hours of surg-
ing floods.
Many West Coast areas were
.till isolated today, and radio re-
ports spoke of "appalling" stock
i---------------
Dozens of brid*S disappeared
into the angry waters of the >wol-
Un rlWn. WeMlnnd and C.iJ'i-
bury ami I I loet spans,
leaving cap*- of up to 4no feet
Railway, electricity and ul-
phone services wen- pll disrupted.
Healer.
prosecutor said that the offence 110 West Berlin during the night.
was not trivial, as the accused Was < KaVe themselves up as "pollti-
charged with assaulting a rapre- (al refugees*'. Yesterday two
ntative of the Argentine Hepub-' East policemen and one East
Policewoman also placed them-
Edwards defending himself, sub- *r]vr* 1" *he hands of the West-
mitled that he was entitled to em Police.
acouittaJ since the Ambassador East Berlin was a sea of bine
had not appeared in court, Argu- j this morning ns tens of thousands
ing on the "facts of the case", he of demonstrators, wearing corn-
asked the magistrate to "draw \ flower blue shirU. marched to
your own conclusions" on the I open a new sports stadium, rebuilt
KING FAROUK MAY
MARRY COMMONER
Why This Fuss About Falhiai"
SAN FRANCISCO, May '-'"
King KarouV of Egypt, though angry with his ilei Fathli
for marrying a commoner. Riad ghali. "dennilily inlcnda
to marry a commer himself, his dO-yi-ar-nld mot1 it, Quei-i
Null, said in an interview quoted here loda)
.{ Thr inUrvIM "
I the S>" r*ric^
LaM'lessness
Legalised
SAYS ADENAUER
Britain
Agrees To
Quit Egypt
\
Britain I n Kg} ptlan
irotHisal lo
im-Harj
Ilium* ia cone) i i
i
I
;i-.iav.
I'roposal
rplj

Thi
pheved a
tn ba sent to the Mi (Ugh
iii it I h fl
I
|| '. |1 ml n,l. lt> |KII
U ..i dmnd

The mcn,o.-..uuni. wlu.h was
. .i Sit,i,isiW Cabinet"
me >ii k bM night, besides Insist-
CaUOUrr, May w.
'pHfi GLAMOROAH ba.'.ing was as cheerlass
as the weather at Caiuih waeie the ootttuy
fared poorly against the Wejc I.idies ant* mm all
out in three and three quarter hours for 123.
The stubborn defensive methods of the early bar-
men served little purpose and there Wus a complete
breakdown in the batting after lunch when Gla
morgan in one disastrous Jipell of 20 minutes lost
four wickets for the addition of three runs.
. SMI
Acheson Back
In America
AFTER LONDON TALKS
NEW YORK v
United Slates Smtt.iy ..f St.i'r
Dean Acheson returned to-day
from the "Hik Three and Foreign
Minister Atlantic Pact Council
on evacuation, demands the n"",,,.i,.ia "> Utndon to report to
m,u ..r Lhe Nile Valley under the President Truman and Longress
Egyptian crown.
Fiei"
.v-hi. n i ir I '-I,
ing. Wh> then ii
ja fuss ibout hi
ibhahed t
K\.lllHli.-l
Qtjaaa, as d i-
he mak i
Kalhtu".
Than wal .1 Widalj shared ba-
hel 111 CaJfO l.i-Jav thai if the v
praeanl contact! 1 Kwejen Egypt,.
mil Bnti'i athaL An-I(
11 nagoUationi for a'
new treaty may start soon after
'ie ai rival next mont i BBW Ambassador. Sir Ralph
.sti veABon
One nawapapM hi tald thai
rtetd M.nshal Sir WllUam BUm,
ChH ( tif the lit it;-ti Imperial Oan-
xal Btafl "ill Hall bnpt a-''
,th to explain t.> Egyptian
political and mUiUri eblan lhe
onal nidit,.i. UtuaUon,
hold defence talks Beater
failure of the prosecution to pro-
duce, out of 100 guests in the
hotel's "tavern" on the night of
the Incident, "a single independ-
ent witness not belonging to the
Ambassador's party".
Defence witnesses had stated
that the Ambassador was evident-
ly causing annoyance.
Edwards said that he poured a
few drops of water on the head of
the Ambassador, who had ignoied
his request for silence. "1 did not
intend that as an assault", he said
"It was merely a means of focuss-
ing his attention".Renter.
Bulgarian Foreign
Minister Sacked
SOFIA. May ST,
Bulgaria's Foreign lalnkrtsT. M
I'ompionvjv, i* to be relieved of
his dulle*.. the official Bulgarian
Agency reported today. The
Agency s^d that this_jvas part
of a large-scale Government re-
shuffle proposed to the Bulgarian
National Assembly today by Prime
Minister Vulko Chervenkov.
Gdnerla Damianiov, Minister
for National Defence, has also beer
lelicy'.,' ol his duties, neuter.
TV Work Till
Tuesday
i 1....1 oa> Osra eaefaas*ssaaaU
ST. KITTS, May i7.
i tba BJJ Indian City".
..: sugar for Canada will
not be resurned until
the ship on which a 24-
hour token strike took place on
Monday.
intod the ship to
work on public hohdays. paying an
US Production
Shoots Up
WASHINGTON. May 27.
United States industrial produc-
tion rose in April to the highest
point in 13 months, and continued
to climb this month, the Federal
Reserve Board reported here.
The April output was two points
above the March figure, and 10
points over April. 1949, the
Board's index showed.
A record steel production in
April and May102 per cent of
theoretical capacity in the week
rnding May 2&gave a powerful
boost to overall production.
The Board said that this month
would "apparently" product an-
other two points production rise
lo 191. close lo the all-' li
of 195 recorded in October and
November I94B at the height of the
postwar boom.Renter.
the last few months mainly
by volunteer youth workers.
"Thousands more, in holiday
mood, strolled the streets and
eheered and waved as other
demonstrators rolled into the city
on decorated lorries.
Krovocutlnus
The Soviet Communist Party
newspaper Prnrda to-day accused
the Western Powers in Berlin of
Instructing "agent* provoi.iteui V
tit create nwktantg In Berlin dur- i
uig the Whllsun week-end Cont-
nuiiisl Youth Peace Rally.
According to a Toss (Soviet
Official News Agency) despatch
received in London, Prauda said:
"Provocations are lielng prepar-
, ed. down to dressing criminals
land poUoatnCtl 1st the unifoun of
I members of the Free German
I Youth Union and gelling them to
engineer iivldcnts In the streets.
It added that the Free German
Youth would not be Intimidated,
and that they had obtained inure
than 8.000,000 signatures to an
appeal lo the permanent Commit-
of the World Peace Congress
.; rate n
I'nion
snip declined
been advisee,
until Tuesday
ASSASSINATED
TEHRAN. May 27.
ailing for prohibition
iloniir weapon Reuter.
of the
Atom Spy's
Accomplice
Isolated
Mi
:
Ign
Ahmed Dehgnan, Parliamentary
Deputy from Azerbaijan, died
hospitul here tonight after being
sl-ot by an unknown man,
ted.
Hll-AUEU'lll. .
Gold, 38-year-old Ameri-
arch chemist who .
used ot passing atomic ""i>
i torn British atom spy Klauj
Fuchs to Russia, has been placed
ii isolation in the Holim-aburg
Gaol in Philadelphia for fear oi
macks on him by otner priaon-
.rs. the prison governor said to-
lay.
He is held pending bail of
siOO.000. The ball was fixed at
,. his amount, but has sol
who I forthcoming. He was arrested afti
'American Secret Service men had
BONN, May 27
I)i Konnd Adenauer, West
German Chancellor, to-day warn-
ed German youths against "rash
acts'* at the Communist Rally In
Berlin. In a broadcast tonight he
declared that the Communist-led
Free German Youth rally was
nothing but a large scab
'I used tn a "legalised" state of
' !' ii-- estrange them
irom their brothers and .deters In
ht Wt t. and to bring to them
'. t.-clom."
"i h.i not believe In any cxag-
rated Importance of the rally.
am only certain that thousands
n routh win i>e nude
which iii
rtsUlty Unq arc not. under the
tanM unfortunate cocrrlon as in
the past".
Dr Adenauer said: "I did not
U-Imm. in.- OanrUtt >outli in the
BOVM Zone had any other aim
'" arltn than to live
in units with ;,ll Germans a life
of right and freedom.
Their will to do right, however.
,vas hindered b> "false laws"
itd against any law and
I .. small group carrying
nut foreign orders". Dr. Adenauer
.
r.mi wUl .> freedom was en-
thralled to an extent uncommon
even under National Socialism.
ht '..mi
Dr Adenauer .harged that
arfUi i rnasej
-'. le, mm live years aftat the
war had ended, still to-day drove
.... Uha tnati fci
In-, idi-als".
Hie tin fn.dom-lov-
in* world, he said, knew the
mt.nu: pOW4R*l l>ehliid ihem did
lhe adventures of these forces i>ot
lead to a ealas'i-
rig Jlressed that the German
youth in the iVesI "grows up In
An oflkial wurce said that iir
portant di>ruments were found i
il ,- k.llt-i Itruter
questioned Fuchi
. 5krubbs Prtaon.lt
in Wormi
England,
Renter.
Iflddlnt he is limn. exacll>
Bane ihing,"
Thirt.-veai.U King Tamil
ilK ! hie Queen, Fnrida la
ve:.r A repotl late last year, slm
, Man ..iliclal quiii
hat the King had broke
yp a roinnasee between beaut if'
Narnmaii Sadek, LO i
dauthler of an Kg> ptlan civil
erv.nt, and Sakl Hacnian. mem-
bci >( im- K^vptian l>elegallon
the United Nations, and planmKl
i imiry the girl himsMf,
N.,/1.. -ii I
.!-* hea daughb
latah. also alleged in interviews
publkd ed here todaj that RfjpUa i
.ciisoi had stsppn B
l*(ore Thursday's Moslem cere-
moru/, Mi Ohnll had accoptod Ihd
,. i M
km fa iii. Iha Quaan said, should
bung (""I Ivenets from King
Fi roOR
Deejartng tiint the roeatvon
il the King
munoi
seit. Queen Na/ll added:
"I do wont IM to marry
. .:.i 'i ..in* a I. i, i ) i .
all my heart he will ! hajjs)
have iltri i Ood
I .... hope lh.it --. i -:1 i iK Will
l .ill right for both al
KHrbo ui oa
King K.Hoak -i
I .i ninl M
intighter of a Vi" President -i
Jie Egyptian Ccjlll Hi
married her in lirt i
The offl ial an.....,
tiu-i' dlvorea Mid "Ood bam wiii-j
i Mi- uprejnte wiadorn thai th
s/hlch unite
-i % ii "
Queen N . l
, her
On I'j: It
Two Die In
Hospital Fire
LONDON. May 27
A doctor and a nurse wer
burned to death today when thi-y I
ii- tiapped iu the b a/.....
operating theatre of u Chelsea
1^ adOB, i-hest hospital
Women knelt in the streets and
nurses and firemen esr-
IW rttOre Ihan lOO patlenls lo
serely
Tha charrad I ottl -i 39-yeor-
< ntme I veiyn Mary ie..i.. h
I :ue".
The (in- vni<-n ni.i.i' out after
in i-\|i|osmn in .in K-rmi n-mi in
the basement of the Bromptixi
h< spital Npiead r.ipUily through1
tic ground floor. Flames leapt
ii fi.im the hattarnd wuniows
l.d blasted the basement room
ii Iha lop ef Hi'* fouith floor.
Firemen called from all over
1^ noon brought 16 lire engines
d fought the blazing chemicals
I tllms in oxygen masks
Tl ay conflnad the " 6
ttnTi or the hnsplial and got it
i dot i ontroi in an hour
Three woaton i-.ks. n-upped
n Mie kitilun aDOVa the Haunt..
i ,|.| I'ei.plo in the street
In them not to jump and
prajntd loi Uiall mttty
F.iiniii ies.uei I hen i with escape
hiddan Nurse-, and tiremen car-
llod ihiin to safety on stretchers,
\\.n, .,1 the patients was hurt.
i i nth i i, Mai.- 'I
lor. saw the lire lm gh MM
. Mil .Linn ,.t mi' e
-KeuU
At a news conference aboard
the liner Brtiiann. he laid N
i mi ii gd b> lhe progress
lo* NorJi ulanUc Treaty
lrganlsation and Iu the talks I
ii with the Foreign Minis-
ters In London.
He declined huWaves', lo go be-
yond the announcernenta made in
imimiinmiii- ISOuM m l^mdnn
until he had l.ilkf-l
1'ivMdcnl
In a statement, the Secretary
s.nd "i foci that Iha fraa iuUooj
nf the Wesi are making progress
toward the universal goal of
reace To Ihls end ,n. davol
ing and will eontn i to djsspojbj
.ill our efforts
I feel that these Meps we hav
taken in common with the other
free countries represent solid
Hcniev-ement in lhe cause of |>eace
ind progress."
w .i.-li
nl
He w<>
rha i rain
Jl dsq,
ourists
On Page 16
FffaWCC Vr ill Not
llUTriii-r Budget
PARIS, May 27.
- ihould immediately tell
)>vr allies thai she will nol im-rease
>i ilefence butlget. [niinei Fin-
1 IStar Andre Philip de-
clared to-day
Addressing the Socialist Part>
I "I devote too
-in., ii ini.nev la preparing rn wai
we shall mainbiii Ihi pre en I
standard of living. IraarJ) mi.
iiiadequalc. for the working class,
an 1 the Cnnununid will OCCUp)
us fiom within "
What I fear most is not the
atom bomb, but winking class
poverty"
Though he trofiflj opp) i
increase in French military radln
iie urged thai cii-iiidin.1tn.u bo-
tween EuropA> and the United
Slates should be lnneased.
Ha sharply crltbTlaad Btrropaari
oclaltfl partlaa which, he said,
sometimes took up positions which
were "either t.- national or tin.
conservative Reater.
r.ii i.-..., i-
. n ."ii- Uh
km :i wan wi n daaarrad,
SMII Ihi

av was '
aithou ii iha progn -
uSa Wast
tadl) hatd Up >^ ., lighting ninth
ran I'leass and
Kevai who defied thg attack for
Marl] .in how In which the.
added 29 runs
This u a'-i-no ;he ''ace of pro-
aasa of <;ianiurgan's -rorms
>'.....i-. I...... Ihrir iunlitgs. whicli
.|..i|ipnnili-il a hallda* erowsl !
laVtW
i... treat 1 Uad !(.
il Ha
I .i bail which kept low
Havta . "i I 'i with Hm
n
Umsyot
down immediate**
lulling .itlracttveb
whirh had threaten.-
1 with In
( behind with mm-
wtchoti -'
The Teanu
H'el Indies:! H Stnllmeyer
(Capt i A F. Rae. F WonaU, 1
WaaJraa, < w..i. k Treatrail,
G. Gome/. i Williams, H.
S i:,iin,idhin. A
V. dentine. K. Marshall <12lh
man t.
Cllamorgan: W Woollcr, W
Pwkhouaa, w Jones. M. Robinson,
J Pleuss, K D a v I e s. 8.
Montgomery, m IJusscar, n.
Davles. N Hevoi. 1) fJtaphald,
rod 68 for
three wickets by lunch.
The County made a late chant*-
in lhe team Al.m Widkinj-iha
Brigland pJarei could nnKplar
owing in a knae injury and nu
place was taken by Stan Mont-
pornary. John Qoddard, n* West
India! I plain rested and the
Thr sun -till evaded the West
Indies and there w* a .lull.
Iireeie ulien i .. m..i. .t n hav-
nni .." the b>. opened hrUk-
I*. BtfBsWya I-.vies iwrrplna
'i'ltiin l" le | fur four in lhe
In- | iuei
-ike i most ilangeroin
the touxtsl (.-'inng attack
How Inn- with tne halp of a strong
. tile ball move
alter 'vt'iilivn had
lieen acured in half an hour. Da
wot Woolhn cam h| In iha gully.
Ha continue i t" bowl wall to a
M-inn n< le nf (nn -~lli>s and the
Ion fraa
I oura play
on page I
UK I'asr ||
Shape Plans To
Aid Backward
Countries
1.AKK SI ( Ch.SS M ,x :','
United Nation, pl^ns for _
. lachnicai
-i.i.ti.1 ..'.
wen batni i.'uiiy shaped
I result of the Unite..
i 1 a t e Senate's approval ol
) authorisation for Prcsi-
uman'l point four proiee'
" iwire post-
Congr delayed
I I mr aulhor-
itlot be i eivenad hare
12 Most of ih
itrand
iha Idea pi in i *
in United Nations Proayatjime
bul lhe C< nfen
-i" ihe scope ><
.
coats,
The "\r Vcifj T;mes" ir-
pcrle.l fr*in l.iki Surc^ss lada\
Hi ii I | I idled Valient dele
*'.-. hnl i :.' %Tril I'm*- ,
NaIIs.1. fir-i.inm- r ii i n
If .,< l..rt(M)000 to 45.eae.iimp
SKIDS MAY REPLACE
AIRPLANE WHEELS
Hy Jitnit s Siiiiiii
LONDON
SHAl.I. wa go back to rass' airMelds. rlmiifi uway with
Concrete runways? Sir r redenck Hantlley Porc says
there is a limit to lhe bifi runway tmlicy. He sees, as an i
.live, aircraft" beinn mounted on multi-wheel bodies
,md iakinu off iTOrn grass.
ff potnt the bog.c
Would I" f I< "-" II"
i plane came : Il would
la ui oa skids.
Their braking elTcr-t would be
i ,. i lot t" tin preaeni sj
Frrderirk, i.iviiw the Ixiuis
TrumanStalin
/Exchange Urged
May 28.
JMAHA, Neb.-...
Senator Kennilh Wnerrv (He-|B>riot memoru.l ieelere In Parii
^iiiltcan, Nebraska) tonight pro- > id the transatlantic service was
i [ Pn v. uman and | a promislnu ease for the immediate
Premier Stalin sliould "pub! <>f the undercarriage-
! hange notes" to clarify Ihej \r*i gU
erican and Russia-i position In A substantial g n In pay load
her

HOTRI DAM1 goal-keeper saves a Ooa iry *ue i^., ...-- "^ visiirdav
o-ii towards the goal la the Everton-Notre Dame Knock-oul match at Kensington yesterday.
for S35.030.i00 the money
to l h e
was 25,0O0.0OO
slO.OOO.OOO ha.i
been allocated by H*
Stales for previous commitment-
ReuU-r.
Id
Senator Wherrv thi
' I ,.imll- 1:
,.i i eh lhe rJ
t iMial Live tork IN l.
..ui ion ihat
\..uld iet,the world ludge *h..h
ei unlry was right.
w.' should pa i l
oratir eourra
at," '. Pope Seen 25,(MM)
I'il^i'iiu-
VATICAM CITV, M
Pope Plu Xll I ... gave audl-
i ra in Ih) B
in 25,000 pilgrim* Irom 12 coun-
irioe. gathered In R me lot Pet
b Hie i lorn Italy

y i Uruguay, Argen-
Klum, Britain liuI Portugal. Amonc
li.im weri Krutn
a mlUtao
Dder-nomi
n ui- atkable

A few day.'
.ike on
rhe alrpl i* by
ititi-' of it h
pi rod bul mal i of < pi-r-
m vealad
Nat IdentinVd
A; peraatly Ihe i-t I
had be. o n<< unser-
I'y off
i by
:. matter
unce, so I may not |dea
. i rail
While B 10 sell big
icl-cnglned airliner^ lo America.
t raft Company.
i - In with
t. --ugined 8-12
Me^b'tt, Dresident of a
New Jersey aircraft sn'es enrpor-
i ijeen appoint'

London Ispresi Service.
Another excellent combin.il on
RALgi&H
Fitted with
a Stti. Jicy Archer
ABC
TrlMr.
C iVI Mil III Rll a> . I lei.
D.'.'nbotOM
10. II, 12 & 13 Broad |MM


PAGE TWO
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
SUNDAY, MAY 28. 1*5)1
CROP
DIVIDEND
GOODS
KHAKI SHIRTS -US
Bovs 2..-I8
AT
GREY FLANNEL TROUSERS
Ready-made S.T.S3
EVANS
WHITFIELDS
American Border
PrinU 71 r.
Flowered Art Silk*
SMIO p. r yd.
Khaki Drill
>; 1.0.1 1.07
1.17
ENAMELWARE :
Plete.
39r. 2*r.
Chambers flic.
Bowl.
13 c.
MR. JEAN IVlltStN. M.r.
er of IM Marks.
loiurnad from Trinidad
Friday afternoon, attar dua-o.-
slons will. B.W.I A. .lh re-tid.
u> the -Bring Venaut-l.int t..
Barbados lor 111.' bun:.
faa-fi urajui^
Up For The Whit-Sun
Weekend
ARItlVINa I Will] ,,,..
v.'hiunui
I,.
weekend In
wore ga, bunch ui Ti -u.lad
youngsters THay Kri, inj, j,u
Ghent. Mi*, iiuno, NieK Mr.
ii^LZl*0' Bd > Tucfcar
I .'HM.U
Th. ]. war. mat oa arrival
' *~~ r~p oc Trtoldad-in.
.n holiday aere and a r-lw B.rb,.
". and th.,. pnnM a* ,..
arrlTeln mil, -bouqw.-
> 'tons aad hihlawt
alias ahem it slaying wiih f-~
i .-lauona 10 WorHu and th,
ltk Mr. MM Mr, Sam Mai
^oaZ6 ^jailing
re-
are 'ii' r.k
e"
GLOBE THEATRE
Last Sbowinc To-Nile. &.M
"ONLY VMill.s HAVE WINGS"
Carv
(TRA.NT
Rita
HAYWORTH
Jen
ARTHUR
SPECIAL BANK HOLIDAY FILM
Monday 29th and Tuesday ::mli. S.M and K.M
"BARBARY PIEATE"
(Sword Fighting Adventure!
Donald WOODS and Trudy MARSHALL
Short I "SNAPSHOTS OF THE STARS"
Wednesday .list and Thursday. June 1st. S & ft.30
M.G.M.'s CoUmal Double . .
"THK GREAT SINNER"
With
GveRory PECK and Ava GARDNER
And
"AFFAIRS OF BEL AMI"
With
Georiie SANDERS and Ann DVORAK
BANNED IN 2 CONTINENTS
AND t W.I. ISLANDS
Pi-am all account* th* wee*.
J puni to be a big rwnt foe
-H-erned , there are dan
pktucs etc.. planned
At the atrpotl lo inert v
Mr (^otttv- An Ian
Ex-Q.R.C. Student
MR. AKLEN COOK who has just
Wt cjJl.C., Trinidad, la now
in Barbados for a month's holida%
He arrived recently by B.W.I A
and U staying al "Crystal Waters".
Worth! nil.
He is the aon of Mr Han.
Cook, well-known boxing pr.>
moUr of Port-of-Spain. Trinidad
Running- Ration
MACDONALD BAILEY. Trim-
dadian sprinter and A.A.A
champion, la maklnf 19M his big
year for an all-out attack on
world records. Consequently, he
is "rationing" hla appearances in
Britain. To minimise the danger
of over-running, he will leave his
programme to be arranged by his
doctor who will act as his honor-
ary m-mager. Recently. In the
Caledonian Games st the While
City. Mac ran the fastest 220 yd*.
ever to be recorded in England
Back To School
IN England for the summer It
Rawle Jordan, headmaster >*
Grenada. He
ol
hai
come to attend Oxford's Summer
School for Graduate which tx -
gins on June 30. The subject t(u-
..-r i UY-tern Europe since
1870" and covers the political and
o '
Dunn
M.
Not
Miss Pat Srtey,.*
ava here on holiday
1 Brooks. Mr H.
i 11 are! I'amutvejf.
for Twenty Ytlrs
MAKY JONES, a Bart>a
iinniiD- history, literatu.
liiltiMiphy of the period
tayinl in Hailli. I.
V. '
.'1
h**tirta>
liber- of TC \
ho h*v
it i
i hara
WJ-WVtTiM-ROWHkN
is-two Man iuimiim
KNiettl -SIMMONS BYRON
Written e-t>M<*d M O-teetee tt-
iiciiii Nim i iviiic MissitiEii
... o- '> *'. I. A. .I" .J*. 51
WILL BE SHOWN AT THE
l.Uilil FROM FRIDAY
JUNE 2. NO INCREASE
IN PRICES
in !w*m> yaar* imnd from
Montreal yesterday mornint: by
TC.A. lo spend a Solids, in
Bartsados Mini Mar, Hayne..
nahMT ol Mr. A a Harnat.
' amoa. in, frinxk who mri
Mr al Seawall. Ml* I
Jl I
mi
About the Trinidad
Flower Show
V|ISS E SHE]'HERD Srcre-
arralngi U"'*
iiinii. .
naaai tram. Iii .)> >" " adimraUon
.urtlrd n. and nop.- lo til u. name fu }oi
I mu.1 haarulj conjTaluUIr aU. Tha balance ol tha anow, in.
The condition and packina waa '"hibiu and dcciraUona 1 can-
cxcWIent. and I only wuh you * desrnbe on paper, bul ll an
,ild have heard the ciclama- aiTounl u pubuahed. I will aend
Uooa a* each waa opened. It a cutUug The miniature garden
would hai. compenialed all lor 'com Government Houae had a
their trouble and worlt. At the bad o* Phlox flowen packeu
Jiow ihey wrr. slajed on a table loethei I did not know there
In front >l the ortlu.l Section ware mi many m ;he world. B<-
markrd BAKHAIXS. Trom thli ioV ">e several stand! ol
table on Sumla* Lad, Kanee Ajilhutium hybrids t..r compeu.
,rt cups, etc ..nd tmn. they even decoraled Ihe
accepted wuh profuse thanks my plliare. There musl li-v, been
Vanda Hemana I think of all Ion* over a thousand, no cxas-
,ir ,-ahibiu this spike ereatod aeration. At ihls Prize ajviiis _
ihe nuat admiraUon. with marl- >>> 1)1 Gillette, tha ITcsidcnt , Vancouver.
TrUiidad Horticultural ;\nan is well k
pi Montreal, left seaweii by (. Rat-tat-tat
I.C.A. Suff Return pIB1T wilmot, gener.1
S^ytiS" 1 JJ man.T of the Berrou,!,'
kJ Mnntmil Mafl who have Broadcasting Company, was in
t- on liuliday returned London for n brief stay In B.-[-
to Canada >Tstcrduy by T.C.A. muda ho la called the "Machin -
They were Miss Lois Achurch, ."" Broadcaster", a nickname -
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Ibdbtn WBO 'imretl after letters had appeared
were ftaytni ..( Um (K-can View ' the local Pre*. aooul tn# .^
and Mr Jack Robinson who were "' Ml broadcasting commentati
hank
InCanada (or Son's Wedding
INTHANS1T from Toronto yes-
iinii.y for Trinidad b) li .
wan Mr. ,hk! Mrs Jan i I
They were in Canada lor six
weeks for tha marriage oi their
!,on Allan to Miss Helen Dunf^'v
THE (.I.OI.E ANNOU.NCES THE RESLMPTION
oi the Popular
LOCAL TALENT SHOWS
STARTING ON JUNE 16TH WITH MCiM'a.--------
"NANCY GOES TO RIO" :o: With CARMEN MIRANDA..
Persons with Talent of any kind are Invited for Audition
On SUNDAY, JUNE 6TH At 9.30 A.M.
>*OWeW-W//////
ys'^yy/eV/'x^v-VA'
YOUR ENTERTAINMENT DIARY
EMPIRE
TODAY Li:, and H.45 n m
MONDAY and TUESDAY 4.45 and X.JII
20th Century Fux presents- -
"OH YOU BEAUTIFUL DOLL"
: Extra :
W.I. Team in England
WEDNESDAY 4.45 and Ut
THURSDAY 4.4S Only
20th Century Fox presents-------
'aiCHWAlT
[OKIE
act 110!. -nun llltllLL
mii'i'mii min un'm
THURSDAY NIGHT at Ut
MADAM O'LINDY & TROUPE
On Stage in - -
"CARACAS NIGHT"
The Show of Shows.
ROYAL
TODAY and TOMORROW 4.M and Ml
Republic Big Double
"VALLEY OF ZOMBIES"
: With :
Robert LIVINGSTONAdrian BOOTH
And
"BRAZIL"
With: Virgina BRUCE ""**""
Edward F.verelte HORTON
TUESDAY NIGHT at IM
MADAM O'LINDY Si TROUPE
On Stage in------
"CARACAS NIGHT"
The Show You Can't Afford to Miss.
TUESDAY IM Only
WED. and THURSDAY 4.311 and 8.30
Republic Big Serial
"KING OF THE TEXAS RANGERS"
OLYMPIC
TODAY 4.4S and 8.45 p.m.
TUBS. 4.45 & 8.13; WED. I.lri Only
Rcpublic^&mashing Double
f WEDNESDAY NIGHT ill 8.30
MADAM O'LINDY & TROUPE
On Stage in - -
"CARACAS NIGHT"
This is the Show of Show..
Come Early and avoid Ihe rush.
THURSDAY (Only) 4.311 & UI
20th Cenlury-Ftx Double -
"ALEXANDERS RAGTIME BAND"
: And :
"JESSE JAMES"
now
Last 2 Shows TODAY I 15 und 8.I3
20th Ocnlury Fox presents- -
"DAKOTA LIL"
: Starring :
George
MONTGOMERY
.' ,i i
wind.-oh
MONDAY NIGHT al 8.3tl
MADAM O'LINDY & TROUPE
On Stage in------
"CARACAS NIGHT"
The Show lo make vour holiday n Joy.
MONDAY 4.45 Only
TUESDAY 4.15 and 8.13
20th Century Fox presents- -
"STREET WITH NO NAME"
: Starring :
Richard WIDMAHK Mark STEVENS
4 the Itarbados H i ti-
cUtural Societ,. has receiee.1 a .mkts a close aeeond Those ">e rrmioad riorucuiiorai Ana |, well known in Barna-
lener from Mr R F Parkin- Oranie ones were really good but Ssociety, and Mr. G OKlley. l(os and oaad to eome here often
son. wt> is at preaent in Tflni- I dl not know who sent thain. Vice president made very compli- during his school days lor the
dad and who took the Barb-ulo I riiew were given by Mrs. L. H. ni.ntary remarks about Barbados. h|Ws. He and his wife will
exhibits to Trinidad for :. Nlcholls ol Worthlnf.) The which were.rather embarrassing, be travelling to Trinidad on the
rkmer Show held there on 20th snaps, asters, carnations, dahlias although 1 did not hear all. One .., jdv n,.|s0n'. Qn her next south-
and 5I Mar. and nnnias were all fine apcel- "f the things that struck me on ,,,.;, ,n|| AUan wi ^ (o,n.
Here Is an exliad from Ins Ban I think ..f I roles the Saturday morning, was in, .,. ,,a|, , T ,ir.M a,a, ""
letter oiosl Ittractll li Wiles' numerous willing workers, who m Tr|idad: he has rocently ob- a, or her Uncle.
1 do not know who wale the loach of Coral Ann The large all knew their Jobs and did them n degree In Commerce '*"*""' and
1.. _____a .1 11.'..11 if !_-,- kaju, .wnmr .i,nee .
'i aaws rr^ding. His talkinK
puce is said to be 200 words a
jftjMlta Wilmot. who is 3^ nu
with the BBC. from IS40 to 184"
Last week he flew to Southern
itbudesia to look over a radio st,i-
tion But ihla does not mean he
is giving up his Bermuda job.
For Six Month*' Holiday
MISS IOLA YEAHWOOD.
Hcadmistreas of the St.
Philip's Girls' School left the
T.C.A. yesterday morning b>
Toronto, Canada, on 0 months
holiday.
During her stay there, she will
Hi
helpers that
flowers
kindly sen? tha Bower yea sent certainly created
csre to Trirlds't. n nch interest but I think it was
I -----^
Xifl \WH I UM CINBMA (Member
Tovir.MT a TOMoasmw moht -ism
HOI'.! M.'nTON
in "NIGHT BOAT TO DUBLIN"
m. ilAVMOND LOVCLt.
Only|
Mi ai
r\l ^ AssU i
'MEET
.i ii
Pirturti
THE NAV\'
GAIETY
LAST SHOW TON1TE, 8.:nl
WARNER'S ACTION THRILLER
James HumplHON'" v,,l
CAQNEY UOGART.
,IHE GA'RfitNJ Uleil Sooi
ST. JAMES Syilam
OKLAHOMA KID'
Monday und Tuenday. K..I0 p.m.
Matinee Monttny, S.tHI p.m.
WARNER Proud I v Pn-srnts .
Ann Jack Jack Jack Martha
SHERIDAN CAR-SON OAKIE HALEY RAT
In
m 'NAVY BLUES"
with a bevy of Beautiful (!, nnd Mum. '
Weilnes.liiv and Thursday, K.:iU p.m.
WARNER'S' DOUBLE - -
John GAKFIELD The LANE SISTERS
(Roscmarv, Lola and Palriciat
in
"DAUGHTERS COURAGEOUS"
And i
STEEL AGAINST THE SKV"
with Llovd NOLAN Alexis SMITH
Wei), it has been
since I wanted to
Flower Show, and I have got my
wish, for it was well worth com-
ing down to witness it. There
are many tips 1 can now give if
vour Society would like them."
The President and Secretary
lake this opportunity of triankini,
Mr Parkinson and all those who
kindly gave flowers and specially
to the Committee appointed who
so ably assisted in making all
arrangements for the flowers to
be sent.
Second Visit in 8 Months
MISS HAZEL CROW and Miss
Itit.i Mc Mahon who were
at the Ocean View for the past
three weeks on holiday returned
to Montreal yesterday by T.C.A
This Is Miss Crow's second visit
; to Barbados in under eight
months, so much does she like the
island. .They are both 1:1 the
IContnal onice of t.c.a.
In TCA. she works in the
same department as Mr. Vere
Brooks, son of Mr. and Mrs. P S
Brooks of "Rosemary" Ki
V.I.-
dad.
there
For Son's Graduation
MR. and MRS. AUSTAIR
KIJJER. who arrived from
Canada yesterday by T.C.A.,
will be spending the weekend in
Forbes la the former^Rtta Gedrie* Barbados, before returning on
Qrant, andthey both have many Monday to their horne In Trinidad
Th,- Elders were in Canada for
two weeks to be present for their
Wit AND MHS HF,E,.T 'ZJX'^' ZgZ"" *"
1TL V------
Mr. James Forbes is Manager m
'he Cocoa Planters Association
in Trinidad and is a Scotsman,
who has been living in Trinidad
tor a great many years. Mrs
friends in Barbados.
Off to Canada
WATSON of Welches left studying Geology.
In Trtntdad Mr. Elder is Assist-
ant General Manager of Fumes*
Withy Co.. and they are staying
at the Marine Hotel.
Studying Art
WILLIAM GREEN, who
from Dominica arrived
M"
the WhtUu:. week-end in ll..i M
dos and exi-ects to return lo Trini-
dad M Monday afternoon.
Youth's Model
ARTHUR UALFOUR o;
Jamaica was one of the
I went] -ti'. 1 the WorM
Forum of iouth, organised by lbs
who used to work in Tvlni- Council of Education in World
went to Canada in June Citizenship, who had a turn at
I1M9 to live, and was married the mirmphone in the final meet-
there in December to Miss Mnrga- mg al the Albert Hiill In London
ret Mackav of Trinidad. Haiel last week The theme of the
savs that Vero is doing line and J likes living in Cru-da. World I'e^te Principal speakers
were Mr. Attire, the Prime Min-
May Go To England gji and Field Marshal Sir Wil-
R. 'TONi' JOHNSON PB- Arthur Balfour, who is 17. told
irned from Canada na- ,hc*ua'cnce of 6.000 young people
terday by T.C.A.. and will" be *J4L**t'*_!*. gy**P"g.9*
yesterday morning by TC.A., for
Canada and they will be in Mon-
treal mostly during their stay.
Here Until Monday
MISS PEGGY O'DONNEl-L who
arrived from Trinidad yeuer-
?- JmLiJL11!.'1 A_iLs JleJreJ0,,sl^ni 'romCanada'yeaterdayby T.C.A.
He has been attending Loyolu
CoUajS in Montreal and is down
for his Summer Holidays. H
will l>c slaying with his mother
who ig at present in Barbados
staying al Worthing.
David, who is doing an Arts
Course at l Canada siiwe 1S48 and he will
bo here for about one and a half
minths hefore he goe* over lo
his home in Dominica
What's in a Name
M1
M"
iortunity in British Barbados ve
J DA^ID BRUNNE who
lives in Toronto and was on
his way u Trinidad on business
was an intransit passenger by
T.C.A yesterday.
He told Carlb he was once hi
ago and remem-
here for the Summer holidays. XatL0',,^*
He will then be going to Eng- he said, b a model of howpeopie 'he lovelv lunch of Flving Fish
1 return to , dlff0rPnI rnlaun, classes and he had with him at the "Aqua-
iuld live together in bar- rium" Club: Apparently he meant
Aquatic Club.
land
MeOill Univemit;
Ton>-
study-
PLAZA
.; WWWiWWW/*r-. I VOTW/rt MWHarMMWrnmrtm
YOUR POPULAR CINEMA
NOW I'l WING AND fONTINl'INC. DAILY
5.00 and .W p.m.
iSIIOtVINC. FOK THK FIRST TIME IN BARBADOS :i
Ofa&vjinq "typhoon!
CAPTAIN
DON'T MISS IT !
srKIIAI. MATIMK MONDAY iRsnk-llollda> I
1.15 P.M.
PUT IN
A PLUG
FOR
SAFETY
AND
COMFORT
Slfni.Y THK I Ol I Oil IM
Johnny Mark ItitoNN n.
"<>t:N TALK* anal
Jimmy WAKELY in
"OKLAHOMA BLUES"
AN.-, 11-. ,1.1. .uul lliursday. 5.00 and 8.50 p.n
I'ARAMOI.'NrS DOVBLE :
"MK. RlifKLCSS"
William EYTIO
Barbara BRITTO\
Allan MDD In .
-TWO YEARS
nElXIRE Till: MAST"
ELECTRICAL
SUNDRIES
WATCH FOK THE DATES AND HOOK EM FOR THE
"GREAT LOVES"
ITS WIRE FLEX
SWITCHESFlask and Surlaer
CEILING ROSES
CORD GRIP HOLDERS
JOINT BOXES
RATTEN HOLDERS
FUSES
ARROW PLUGS
MAIN SWITCHES
WOOD BLOCKS
BELL WIRE
TRANSFORMERS
BELL PUSHES
BELLS
BULBS5MCI Candle Power
LAMP SHADES
8-Mt-M
rag it is
Bob HOPE (llini-.lfl
THE CORNER STORE
'//,^^^VAV.v..,-.v/a-,^v..'/,v/v.v-^'/-^-v,v-*,^ -''"''''-'-'^^--'-V'.^A^^ -----////
*.


SI'ND.AY. MAY !*. 1*5"
SUNDAY AI>VOe\TT.
PACE TltSEE
39 British Films Are Now Being Made ... Parts For
Jean Kent, Jean Simmons, Margaret Lockwood,
Ann Todd ... Yet We Hare
The Unnecessary Gloom
Of Mr. Rank
\l I Ik- I'll
Take Your Pick
n't
ii> C ..
Isn't it time the Brush Mm in- 'i the scent-"' "Wr may have
tiustrv pleaded In bt Hived from *tp production In June il ther?
its ou-n best Menda?
Here n Mr Hank, self-appoint
rd leader of lhal industry, hum"
from his latest American odyssey.
er.anling his familiar threat of Is there any wonder that maro
wor again He casts gloom where num. directors nnd terhnicum* sr<-
hop* had begun to shine confused and uncertain about their oklah
This is not the moment for pes- luiuivand are beginning to look tru. cheapest musical production
For that Is just what they
see Carousel Is likely to provide
shock-treatment for Lane audl- vii
e;-res who have not vet got Okl.i- ^^j,^ re at least
h'inw out of their minds It u wmch U( take v,.ur
.lilferent in setUng. period tms p^ pvsjntng's entertoinmrnr
1888). dramatic appeal Tears are ., lo jremj n"'i
CAPTAIN
ving at the Plan
Another *ffence: Carou -I. jf~ j' ".VjgaffafaJglVCK
owevec successful in London. CJJ bEAUTIPVL noLI."
m h^oeis. Empire and for mystery llm.
i the ship dur-
voyage Include
,. pgaagf in IU fight lor more or oui cp1^or I IIINA. plnvtnl
'1 "c"c" """ Another difference: Carouael. JP^HL'Li.
Amont ih. films showing live. J""'<""'
along with Ellen Corby as
shghtlv batt> authoress, and be
twwn them they supply Jut the
right amount of comedy.
Tlie latter
aimksm. At the Rank studio- m i
Pinewood four major puturii
In preparation. The two Jet
other fields and other
mdi for employment ?
Rrllish Mm* owe Mr. Rank a
LIN"
ever staged at Dairy Lane.
a comparatively small east.
The new show Is to have -
company nearly half as big ;igain
with nine scenessome of them
elaborate one* And. except for RusiWl
One of
sequences
NIGHT BOAT TO HUB- which the <
nt the Aquatic Club, will competence.
,111 plenty of thrills.
difference: Carousel. ,
the most spectaculnr
is the typhoon into
iptain due to his m-
runs his ship At the
nine time, tons of cargo break
loose In the hold, resulting M
-CAPTAIN CHINA starring dramatic and fastf moving action
John Pavne. Jeffrey Lynn, Gall to save the vessel. A vicious list
and Lon Chaney, is i nght between John Payne ant
rYrlJes ft Ik. York- the MM Pl<. of a*-., tempered wiin theMJ.I thing
will I* British from the atart. "ht romrdy relief. The aetin I "Oil, YOU BEAUTIFl 1.
Carousel.-' by the way. mean* is convincing, end Uw pac 01 DOI.L"
a fair roundabout In America the at >ry never lug.. Colourful, charming and
There will be one on the Lon* __ d.ligi.tful. OH, YOU BEAUT1-.
The plot concerns the efforts pm^ ixnx-. mueicel with thcl
$atiee ore hest whan
theyre Kapw anii^ay
plenty of KLIM
belfs to keep thsmtiiat way.'
oyt ELSIE the lOtOEN cow
KLIM VMILK
BEsr
flltT IN ClIflllNCI INI W0BID OVII
of Capuin Chlnj to regain Dia atmoj|*ra and song* of Tin Pai
master's ticket, which he lose* Alleflfcacfc in the lftOO's. Starrln
Kent
Todd
good deal,
age in the prologueand re-
nasters ticket, which he loaaa ATiciMMck in the lSoO's. Starring
fter his ship piles up on tno s sfsakall. June Haver, Mark
_ .___., ... ._ - ,K. rwks m -i storm. Hearing of the Su,viin, and Charlotte Greenwood.
^!h *X S AasaSii Ails. deaUl 0f hW B,mce>' " c, orun [ U iclls tl.e story of Albert Breiten-
month from hLs AtMrlnin ,Aus- nru| ullknown , hlm his nm bai(h_.un|K0V(^hed and be-
** ship, with the result that she kl0m(1 the famous Trad Flshc
founders. Finding himself lock. his cabin, and the ship desert- rocl(Ptcd him to fame and fortuni-
he em-upes and is picked up nflv y*ari ago.
snkall. as riiher. Ui wtiom
immediate future, a negative
one; not to act any more in Ed-
ward, My Son
_For the beat part, of three years, >nd ukcn -|o M -w|wr^
Morley has been living with thl* ,"?,.,
play "It has been a good friend J*
to me: but enough Is enough." tin ,!"''*
Utmtm
Kent and Simmons are there good deal, and if he gave up
already with a new film apiece production there would be great
The Woman in Question and The regret all round. But he Is not ,. ... ^ ,**. for m u*i b**" a***0 captaincy, Chlnu .....
Clouded Yellow. Mai.1o.ret Lock- the entire British film Industry. hlm |n tn^theVrou: I don't boo,u P"* " "h'P '", Ch.rlotte Greenwood, his wife. I
wood comes In shortly when pre- There are others willing to cany (Mnk JJ ^^ wM |ong; g^ accuses the .^ptain Ot having ,,mpatheUc and Wtly >"
testified
bout Uie shipwreck.
Hearing that his former mate has
erything merges into a crisis.
.iltogether appealing and begull-
v. and his interpretation is
edmes tinged with path
hen pre- There are others willing to carry
iiminary location shots in Trieste on-^and they are entitled to know AntMx^^"m^nY"iWmgtmtn\ii changed the course, and locking oua afl her underitjidiikj ex! ttV
have been taken for Highly Dan- how great is the gap to be rilled hRVe b^n walIlnf wllh manu. him in his cabin When the difncullies encounlaced hy
a**- ,. ^, ,d llrurv I mi* Nerve-* scripta for Morley's return cnpUin admiU to changing |h husband and daughtat. J
plain for an Ann Todu olcturi. finds it no Job at all). lut matinee performoncnn Auek- ,w. pv. ,., rh,, iO'is Both bnna to their rolea.i
Soother one JS '> SU BS- That why nniry lane', man- land, the character of you... Ed- .,,*!,J>'".;",* l'^"'", ""',, reli-eahln, jpantan.lt, and
woodlnd Ml." Simmon, NMaHM ,ll top thetr nnlera w.rd h.maeK appeared on Ih. ^f" STS^SZi .i m, J, K2S ""^fli ,h* """"'
^Tal la at Unewnod ,1...... Sur- eroaaM anxiously until about 10JO tag, for the flrat and la.t tin,,. ^.J&SimVffmttitlE? >".\'^' 1"
veelitl all U attKlloa-lari.- ,nd p-m. on June T-curtam-dow^ Th. aclor: Robert RtCyM ".'JSTS^TJ!.^!!!?: jSt ""^e* **'
Mii.ll1 Oml 1 new prodlKlaira u.ne for the openliui performance elgha-ycar^ld n Sh.rid.i, the SX of oyer^laiha 1- Aiuoni the ml hit. of lhal r
m various atafea ..f p..-iration of Carousel. (grsndaon of Glad,. Cooperl j,.;,., ,_ .. nTiESOLJii ^ Pe. 'o mV Heart"
One thina which could kill Il.lt He ipokr three words no! provided fi*3 ^ j" """mpetent era are In m> ean.
Come, Come. Mr. Rank ntlr Broadway Importallon-ond by the authors: -Hullo. & Par- tapuii. Brend.ii.en . complete- p.ll;,,,clla. ****> "
Here are Tni,1.-ni,c lutaj to- the author, produce, and manage- ker." took his call wllh the rest of ' convincing, and O.ll Huaaell. Hean for tTegr LUM.On Brofd-
who supplies the love Interest, way and "Come Joeephtne In M
Pan Alley
song.
wards health ami strength in the
British film industry. Is this III.-
time for Mr. Rank lo cast a damper
menl know It is if the first-night the companyand had hie i___
expecting to sec billed In the advertlaements for which in Itself l
in. the occasion.L.E8. is smooth as silk and very ultrac
QcOiih QaUinq *>* a
Free Advertising
WR. AND MRS. JOHN ATtAflA
Arrived Yesterday
ll^|lSS BABKT DK VEUTF-UH.
who is
ivith the Rnyal Bank
and Mr. and Mrs Martin Df Canada in Trinidad arrived
Dial Soils, who wen tertiuy by H W.I.A. to spend
married in V?nemela and "pent ,i.rt-i- weeks' holiday, wllh her re-
lifteen days In Barbados at the utions Mr. and Mrs. Kdghill Car-
Ocean View Hotel left on We.tnes- jiitglon at one of Ihe bungalow:
day to spend a few days in l-aradisc Beach Club. She ex
Trinidad. pects to return on June I5th.
Yesterday morninp. they were p^,,, flew y0|,|t
Intransit passcngcis on the
B.W.I.A. La Gualra flight and RRIVING from New York
they told Carlb. how much they J\_ vcMl,rday via Trinidad
had enjoyed their holiday here. H>WIA WQS Mr tvux E-allicr
"When we return, saul Mr. Arnsa, uh(1 vinn% |o ,Ulv hprr. ab(n|t ^^
who was spokesman lor the party. or four weckll anf, ,9 .mying with
"We are going to tell the Caracas hi( rel.llion,( Mr and MrB Ned
Tourist Agency all about your t-arr(n|i:,on ,n Heckles Road. Mr
island, so as to encourage more Kacallier. who is an engineer Wat
Venezuelans to come to Barbados. here (wo vear, m^o
Next year we shall be returning"
Married here Recently
MH and Mrs. Vernon Jennings
who were married recently
- Miss Anita Pcmandes arrived In Barbados returned to Venezuela
yesterday by B.W LA. to spend yesterday by B.W.I A. Mr. Jen-
Ihree weeks holiday with Mr and tUngj who is a Londoner has been
Mrs. Fred Ferelra at Maxwells. In Venezuela for one year His
They are both on the staff of wife came out from England by
Trinidad Agencies and are looking the CatUca. They spent their
forward to having an enjoyable honeymoon at the Ocean View
holiday. Hotel. _________________
Sam Goldwyn's Future
rely secondary, Flying Marhlne." This lat turn
t\d verv ultrac- l featured by June Haver and
Mark Steven* and Is attractively
ung with ah accompanying danci-
rouUne.
story Is Interesting an.i
WHEN Samuel Goldwyn ar- Samuel Goldjwyn, for all that lively, the settings particular^
rives in London next month from diffident manner, is really th* food and the colour photograph;.
his Continental tour, he hopes to Hery rebel of Hollywoodthe pro- excellent.
have plans well advanced for a ducer who insists on being in- Q, ,, nro.
big new film production in Eng- dependent of all the big studio J^,, ^ a British' MovMen
Ni'wi "f the West Indies Cricket
Team in England, which ev
will naturally want to se*
i chine:
It will be the first picture ever The "Ci" in MOM. still stands
made in this country by Goldwyn f<,r Ooldwyn; but Goldwyn has
But, when I saw him In Paris, long since cut himself adrift to
Mr. Goldwyn Indignantly denied produce pictures the way he
that these plans had any conncc- think* right- and to fight any of
tlon with his growing pile of the major cinema controllers who
M'i','i.'l>.,
often cause dangtrnu. infections
in case of ncgligt n< r in intel-
ligent households an iron rule
exists for every wounds; ..Put
Purol on", bets use one knows,
that Purol is delii lously softening
and healing, and because sM in-
fections can be prevented by
applying this brilliant skm-
remedy.
Compare
These Values
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cool .in J rlcgant all through tin- da)
YARDLEY
'///lavender
and' th, luxury *o*fi a//*'
rid'
VAIDIIV
1 N 11 STRKE1
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MISS CARMEN REZENDK
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frozen earnings here. don'l agree with him. Mvstery murder, Impersona-
That Is no way to make a good lm a independent man- and ,)on/ MJ' lrWJion flU n^rc n
pictureJust to use up currency rm proud lo be an Independent NiC;iit hoaT Tt> OUUI-1N
in a particular country/' he said, producer- says Ooldwyn "No nnw lowing at the Aqui.Ur
No: I have a story which abso- big-machine methods for me; none i-],,\. This Urltlsh Him, starring
lutely needs a European setting f tlue fashlnnahle film 'cycles'. nb*.t Newton and Guy Mlddlc-
especially an English setting; w,th each studio apeing the oUiei tllM |( full of suspense and
and. to get the right atmosphere. excitement The plot, which
I would go anywhere in the) world. "Flrat in the field, then out of
Even without any money there" it and into anotherthat's me!"
Hollywood's most celebrated What, In Ooldwyn'! view. Is
producer talks quietly, almost ihe most significant change In the
apologetically. And he speaks film industry during the past few
kngllah. not the GoMwynlsms years?
quoted by the studio publicists. That cinemagoers are nd longer
"Mind you. 1 am on holiday asking: "Who Is in the picture?"
now. so I can afford to relax In but. instead: "What Is It about?"
my speech,'' Ooldwyn told me Producers are now having to find
with a grin. "In business hours. I good aclors to ill the stbry, not the
.ithai complicated, is however,
clevarly worked out, and the act-
ing honours go to Robert Newton,
who, as the policeman who im-
p< i donates a criminal, turns in n
most finished performancea
usual. Guy Middleton Is saafstssnl
itiifl young Muriel PMtov, who If
introduced for the first time give.
,i miiture portrayal of the young
feel It Is only fair to use more pic- story to Ml the stars. Austrian, who is suspect be--aue
tureeque phrases from time to "In other words, ftlmgoers have of her family's tie-up with the
time. grown up." he said. "I have been Nazis.
"I have my reputation to think waiting for them to do so for 30 If you like good thriller, thr
of." yearsao now I am Mtlsnad." picture will oil the bill._______
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PACE FOt'R
SUNDAY ADVOCATF
LAUGH and the world UurIis *ith >ou. weep .ind >ou weep alone- *_
a maxim thai was irue hundreds of years ip and la equally HvTSwn S aid started run
true today. If on* substituted the wi-id win for weep il would ade- t0WBrdl ,heii opponents' goal
quately describe the attitude at the majority of West Indian cricket Nl(|re D^jne't defence prove!
equal to the attack, however -ml
(ftnc to the pcrfor
.! ih WV>t Indies
m m England
The West Indies defeated the powerful Vorkahire team i
davs and there was a howl that the Went Indies, on the strength of *ik_i that performance were quit-*
world cricket supremacy.
rapahlc of challenging Australia for
EVERTON-DAMES PL A Y
TO GOALLESS DRAW
In first A.0. Game
THE FIRST match of the Knock-out Competition plavrd at
Kensington yesterday between Everton and Notre Dame
ended in afoal less draw. It was a dull game and the few
"-mnof"* lhm "'" '"I "'""" 22 *"" S
Keen Competition
Anticipated
IN AQUATIC SPOUTS
THE number or entne, for I
SUNDAY. MAY . 1150
Galcador Carries Off
Derby By A Head
Prince Simon Runs Second
From \ rruuu Morgam
rled
OU*
enl thai
With the
learvd Notre Dame sinned
Praia the fame again*! the am
daiinaa
to
wir ha eala ae his rival,came IT is evident, as I remarked last week, that the contingent of
with aaa aaeee ia eaaek the Barbados horaea cxpecled to race in Trinidad next June will be a
American 'lose to home. A, ., ,hey are ltou, twrni,.one or twentv-rwo on
SSm7& S^SJF r ST"* '""' a .. unUkelv thatai, o, the* will go. T.prom-
Then came the irritating failure to clinch a win at the ex.- >.*< ''',, ,7 " t
of Surrey and although there was general disappointment felt with "'" * u_*it..^lL
the resulta draw and a moral win for the West Indies, the live ^. ,, J
hundred total in a day scared by Cambridge in their fixture with the * tk- ..ii-1, I.
West Indie* set tongues wagging to the effect that the West Indies'
bowling was innocuous.
RECORD BREAKING RESPONSE
RECOHD breaking response of seven hundred runs in their own*
centre-forward Aquatic Sports to be held w=
the right morrow, at the Barbados Aquati.
wingerHeadley. sent tn a good try flub have been surprisingly gex>i
i^mb i_ *nd lner* ta atoing IO be some Keen
The attack was kept up for competition In all the class*.
ml IT* %! th*, forw,rd? throughout the day. The sport*
weakened m the goal area and ^nu^ce ,IM ,m P"
lurtlici .ittempts at scoring were J,.;; ._
easily Prtvented Ust" year the longest race was
Everton did not regain the over a distance of three hundred
- native until "earing the end^f yards ,nd ^ ^
*hen their centre-
--------first inning* by the West Indies in reply cleared the air and ,n.
gave much support to the theory that the Cambridge wicket was an j(orwa,-d ConlifTe and Cox at in- f \j ,BVOun,r ,,,r "'
over-prepared one. with the scales of balance heavily weighted >nri*| favour of the batsman and the West Indies proved that It Is ulwaysMt(J KOn ihr opener Victor Uidorum at the Oistln
an 111 wind that blows nobody some good. H When the period ended both A<*ua,,c Sports, held there recent-
Rteam* were evidently tiring. '*
Then cam* the fixture with the MCC The West Indies are re-H u/hen play resumed Everton Tlw !adles and girls events have
quired to score 268 runs for victory on a wicket, that according U||Uar!wl ,(, p lhe lame and for been shortened from 75 yards to
the commentif>jrs was responsive to spin. After a pre-lunch score ot"omP time kept Notre Dame's de- 50 yards and 2S yards and TJftv
83 for the loss of one wicket, the Wen Indies collapsed for an addition- fence busy. When the area was seems to have caught on. as mar
IB. runs, scoring 147 runs and going down to defeat by a margin of cleared trie ball was played mid more or the fairer sex have enter-
J IB runs. _____________. M field for a considerable time but ed this year.
T-/^^n! r".siw "?h cri..brina l^rm ^.r"*^ uju ^ >he * f ,h* ** Th* > **> ^ -venu &
&'VS^SSSJSv^ "nd ,and ,hem al PeUcan Wha,1'Uw ^SAVJFlSmTmiA ^- d,vln* -ttttDB-
(__._ ... was awarded ihem but the defence
TOO WAS DISAPPOINTED cleared well. Just before the end
ConlifTe made a run towards
Perhaps there are few people, in the West Indies who felt Notre Dame's goal but at the last
the failure In the Surrey and MCC, games more keenly than I did moment was prevented from try-
but on the other handWhy should we in our blind entnusiasm and mg by one of the full backs.
disappointment lose perspective? Why. without offering vain excuaos The referee was Mr. K Laugh-
can we not still take all the surrounding circumstances Into In.
consideration. The teams were :
Evertan: O. Re
Surely the most trenchant critics of the team must have realised Robinson. C. Ree
tha for 75% of the team they are playing under conditions absolutely Maynard. Hall
foreign to them. Has any one of them ever tried playing a game in Cox. White,
three sweaters? Have they ever tried fielding on a bitterly cold day Notre Daaac : W 11 k I n s on.
EPSOM DOWNS. May 27.
The famous French Industrialist
Marcel Boussac brought off a
notable double by winning the
Ovrbv here this afternoon with i/j-i ow i
his coll "Galcador He had won sponded gamely to the Australian Inent ones who already have question marks against their names in
Use Oaks earlier in the week with Jockey's efforts, and ran on this respect are Drake's Drum and our Derby winner Suntone.
the filly "Asroena". strongiy to credit Marcel Boussac With Drake's Drum the trouble appears to be a recurrence of the
"OsJcador" ridden by Austra- with his first Derby victory. -Drained tendon which he sustained last December. With Suntone u
Uan Jockey Rae Johnslone. who William wooaward. noted '^ . ..y,. !n ftt there is not nttch Ifl the Way ' misfortune
also rod* -Asmena''. won a American owner and banker, who Suntone to run Into. She has already had more ailments
spectacular race, catching the ho*, was listening In to the race In Ufl Ior iun,onp ro ""' *" ____. ... f Th .
favourite, the American eolt New York, must have thought than six of the most unfortunate horses I can think of That she
Prlnee Simon' to win bv head he had the "Blue Riband of th-.- managed to surmount them was nothing short of miraculous. But
with "Double Eclipse," stable British turf won for the eleventh there are grave doubts whether she will be able to throw off this
companion of "Prince < Simon." time, but bravely as the too of wind trouble.
running into third place four "Prince Qutllo" struggled, he jt ^ no doubt, the result of her being raced with a very bad cold
lengths behind the 2/1 favourite, suffered the same fate as he had T __ there ^ ,> w,y more certain to bring on wind
,.cador~ started at 200. and ggja J Two TWand ^^^"0 raccT horse in this condit.on and we al. know how
inches^' Suntone blew out twice after a half mile In both her races last Chrlst-
RichMt mar At present she looks In full bloom and before one sees her
To Marcel Boussac goes not -s-d .M 1. -pt to get the impression thnt she has completely re-
only the honour and glory but gained her form. But after a half speed gallop last Wednesday she
I rT (i*^ a record A1*' Prise of 17,000. nearly blew the Grand Stand down. It is of course possible for horses
After a wet morning the race was to gel over ihi and there is no other who I would love to see do it
run in showery weather before af> much ag SunUme. The next few weeks will tell us.
the biggest crowd ever, estimated A yery int-re:rting feature about the June meeting will be the
-Double Eclipse" at 40/1
Johnston* K* Idem mvpii (-I11K-
nc winner* and his Judgment to
tinv a-. faultless
lh~ psmerfal American eolt
leoked to hare the race west
when, after being la the first
three from the *Urt. he look the
lead at the mile peal
When Prince Simon' swept
"costume" race.
and
The Old Test Tie
nnril innf -.muni awrr* ~r (wtonn * veaj #*?.aa i -" " -- ..*..< "aaa i#er .=
round Tattenham Corner with -f^ in'ruf- nls hand sUU classic Trial Stakes and the other three-year-old races as well The
! iTmSlSrJSfSSfLSi tmSmSSS present with I* position II wh.t different to what it has been in former year,
Sn^ESSte^TsUSSl 353 and th* two Prtace.it* because quite a few of the three-year-olds have not been seen in
their monet lie Itwked an - w"*h >" " (he most dramatic action since they were two This list includes Bow Bells. Lasy Bonev
xured winner halfway up the finishes In the 171 years running Bd Mon Amis who were all winners al two and all very promlsiny.
-.(raiiht, hut John-lone thev of th* race.
rail him "The Crocodile" the of the race (Heater.)
when every ball stings the palm or any part of the hand like a bee^
Have they ever tried playing cricket for six hours a day and then
having to catch a train, travel part of the nlxhl and coiiimenev a new
match next day?
NO EXCUSE
'XTOIS is certainly not offered aB an excuse for any failure on the part
,i of the team but It is certainly submitted for the consideration of
THE M.C.C. recently despaUhe a special tie to the 144 living
cricketers who have represent e England In a home Test Match
_BJipn.Mii. xhi- pattern consists of a miniaturt
oT-ii r^tliRJI* "own and thro* lions 111 sliver on
Blades, ConHlfe. nBvy b,uc back_TOund. rhe
oldest player to receive one was
ughn. Browne. Archer. L W"U,M M*d. _ 'w Essex
Daniel, Roberts. Headley, Nurse, bowler who is 81; the youngest
Lately we have seen Waveerest. who made his name at Union; Bow
mansion, who broke an F class record over here last March; Princess
Rasslya. Pair Profit and Leap On. These eight will all be meeting
each other in the Triol Stakes while after that they will be split up in
different classes; Waveerest and Fair Profit going on to race with the
older horses from E2 upwards and the others rifting amongst their
contemporaries in F class.
They are, in my view, eight of the best three-year-olds that we
Wintry Gales Stop Cricket
# froan page 1 Huyden Davies came in and hit
produced onlv 21 runs. Farkhouse three successive fours but It was
being at the wicket half an hour only a passing show and he wa3 have had in any one year. I freely admit that so fur none of them
for a single. The West Indies were caught at deeptnldon Immediately appear to be as good as Lagan or Jetsam, but taking the former's year
ible to set a defensive field to afterwards and Pleass In a fight- M lne best we have ever seen I think w have a greater collection of
Gill, C. Daniel. F. Daniel
ngtoi
Th Ki
those who think that the West Indians arc playing untit
Queen's Park. Sablnu Ground or Bourda conditions.
Tho tour is young and the team must get Into Its stride. It has
tartod much more promisingly than any other West Indian team that
has ever toured England. And why should It not? It Is still the
best In my opinion In spit* of the Fifth Columnists.
In th* far off days of 1900 the West Indians did not begin their
lour until June II and finished on August 11. playing seventeen
tnatches. with five won, eight lost and four drawn. .f.,-..--..> --..
In 1908 they lost eight games, won three and two were drawn. T""*'- Ml
In the 1023 tour hailed by most sentimentalists as the best West h,,,!'m'i
Indiej team, they won six first class matches, lost seven and drew
even.
The 1928 tour, now passed into history saw the West Indies at
Ihelr worst and in 1033 when they were favoured with glorious
weather they won only five of the thirty first class matches and lost
two of the tbnv Test matches.
The 1931 tour saw England win the First Test match at Lord's by
eight wickets, the second at Manchester was drawn and the third at
the Oval was drawn.
GIVE THEM TIME
If the West Indies because Sims found their Achilles heel for
yean nowslow spin bowling on a turning wicketlost their fixture
with the M.C.C, I see In this no reason for such complete despair.
The team Is the youngest on an average that has ever toured
England- They are very good players Included. The tour has only
Just begun. Before I condemn the West Indies team I must give them
some time to acclimatise themselves, some time to mature in the
exacting school of English cricket
I am among those who feel that they can negotiate the mass of
impediments In their way and give the best account of themselves
that any West Indies team In England has ever given.
INTERCOLONIAL MEET TOMORROW
TIE two-day Intercolonial Cycle
and Athletic Meet that opens at.
Kensington tomorrow promises tol
be the best held here for manyf
years. Certainly it will be the first
time that there will be a woman
athlete from Trinidad competing
against our Grace Cumberbalch.
Miss Pearl Gooding whom I saw
stretching some long limbs Is the
lady who will represent Trinidad.
Compton Gonsalves. TFliudad
Olympic representative In the
cycling events is here to do battle
against Farnum, Stuart, Carmlchael
and our local "A" Class contestants
while Laddie Lewis, lid's Olympic
Cycling representative and Lindsay
Gordon, cycling champion at the re-
cent B.G. Olympiad will also be com-
peting.
T1E flat events should be very
Interesting. Huntc, who ran
most impressive at the Annual Inter-Club meet of the Amateur
Athletic Association of Barbados will have to compete with athletes
Rangers Win
Friendly Football
Trophy
By dolMUO* Bl kUlttttwa Old Boy.
Hvr ("all lu I"*-. Hams*'* SSSipi IB*S
ptoMM ..I II- abov. A.-.I.IICH Owl-
Irnca Cup. Tha Havx pla>nt
ii...!. Hi-' woti twl. and
i.m-hina wilh IS polnla oul <
Brian Close of Yorkshire, who
made his first Test appearance las-
season when he was 18.
In future every player will re-
ceive one of the new Uei os well
as the customary cap and sweater
in the dressing-room when ho
makes his first appearance In .1
home Test.
ite bowling and ru
finued to come slowly.
When Valentine changed ends.
the move met with Instant success.
He bowled Emrys Davits Witt 9t\v
first ball of his new spell and so
con- ing ninth wicket stand, delay
the end but Glamorgan's battli
had been most disappointing
the big holiday crowd.
back after a short rest and his
pace off the pitch puuled ParU-
good ones this time. Of course. Lean's year saw such good horses as
The Gambler, Brown Rocket. Will O'the Wisp II. William II. Hail
Mark and All Baba, Indeed a very hot crowd. But 1 am Inclined to
place both Waveerest and Fair Profit on a par with The Gambler and
The West Indies totted only n^own Rocket, at the same stage of their careers, while Bow Bells
I at least speedier than tho same two, if not as
That gives us an advantage of four to two
in*, unit in ins m-w sipcii anu *' w i i, > i ,Wi-,K **"'" .**., ...
broke a stubborn second wicket *" u.n "' ^Jore rain which rf Bowmanston.
partnership Johnson was brought *** fm threatening all d.>.
'____l -. ... _. ____ _.. u,. stormed ulav an hour and a hall *"**'
stopped play an hour and a hall
7 Mi furlc
poaaibU-
ICll-OUt (\i"lpaM.Ill <*UI or
1 III fcUilhf.-
Urtrrn I Mr J Arch.
>"...o. Mr Hit
HrtHH United va PSSS5SSH t
atrl lll>>~ : Mr. E. H-m*
llri-wtrk v Tsmbroa* i
,<,!.... : Mr J Airhar.
i'l.i'lt' i*B* >
May* va HillltT *l -"
il 1. 1 Mr. O. Oranam.
I--. Ullfrl
Bay Hr-irnc
* II l.lanillMHi
i.dar. Ja>* tad
IUns-i> va National al Ihc Bai Hoi*-
Mr. O Graham.
Touring Team
Leaves For Nassau
HjiIukI..- Advncala Cotrropondrait
KINGSTON. Jamaica
A touring team of seventeen Ja-
maican cricketers left the Island
on Sunday morning for Nassau,
Bahamas. They were accompan-
ied by two plane loads of sup-
porters.
A very elabo^te programme has
been arranged for the Jamaica
touring team, which Includes
matches against combined Club
sides and three "Testa" ugainst
the Bahamas XL *
,. bSorTtte lihedulcd[time. Ourlnt already. Princess Rassiya. Lniy Bones, and Man Amis m.v not be .
,,,,. E this period they scored 27 for the good as Will O'the Wisp II, a very smart filly on dry going, but they
ball Shed well uS By Iote oI one wlchct- " we UP "> equality with William II and belter than either Hall
Th ......... an.- Mark or Ali Baba were at that time. Both of the latter, in fact, were
by
lunch they had lost three wlcke'i
(or 68.
When Glamorgan were db>- w
missed for 123.
)> spile dull and cold weuthi
12 000 people watched the game
but the early cricket was not the
ort to kindle enthusiasm. After
lunch Jones, hitting the ball hard,
tried to brighten the game only
to find that his shots were restric-
i by brilliant ground fielding.
Tho scores are:
IIIAN0B04N lal INNI-iQfl
Davm b Valentin*
Woollar r WnrHn b Juhnaon
t b John
VSasntaM
M HOUnaon t Waliolt b Johnwn
Plaaaa not oul
Motnionnry c Ha mad hi n h VaWn-
Mni"'i I b w. b Ramadhin
l)nr c Workn l> Valentin*
Hev*r Walrott b Johnaon
Hhepnerd c Wakott b Jolmaon
Botraa: b S. lb l>
Total
41. 3-S1, TT.
BOWLING ANALYSIS
of the calibre of Tull, Brldgeman
and Prince of Trinidad. There is
certainly a respectable Intercolo-
nial representation.
COMPETITIVE interest at the
Rockley Golf and Country
Club this week-end will be con-
fined to the finals of tho C. F.
Harrison Cup foursomes In which
the pair known as the Pride of
Ireland, consisting of J. O'Dowd
Egan and James O'Neal, will
meet the purely local contenders,
Eric Manning and L. J. Maskell.
Egan and O'Neal won their way
Into the final bracket wrlh an
easy victory over George (Mickey)
Challcnor and William Atkinson,
6 and 5, while Manning and Mas-
kell defeated Bernard Rolfe and
N. T. Williams, 4 and 2 With
Egan playing off 10 handicap
and O'Neal off 18 In this compe-
tition, Manning (8) and Maskell
(10) will have to concede four
With the score carried to 77, two
witkeu fell at the same total.
Junes was bowled off his pads
and Robinson was caught by the
wuket-keeper standing back to J-*naoo 11 a H
Johnson who deserved his thre* pi'^hlll JJ ,J ['
wickets at n personal coat of 28 valentine 14 10 s<
run*. There was no check to the ?*"? 'ND,f* ',1 "*ntno*
collapse and within 20 minutes A i' S^tutwrTnot out
Glamorgan actually lost four r Worrell not out ..
wicket, for the addition t three Tou, ..,
Compton: Is
Not Playing
LONDON, May 2g.
not really discovered until the Trial Stakes and after.
Another point which makes this year's Trial Stakes field different
from others is the diversity of opinion about the merits of the eight I
have just mentioned above. The favourite will no doubt be Wave-
crest. He will be accorded this position on his performance at Union.
My opinion, and here I find that I am In the minority, is that if Bow
Bells steps onto the track fit and well and It Is not too slippery she
will beat him. I also think he Is going to find it difficult to dispose
of Bowmanston. Both these fillies ran two races last November which
I can only describe as astonishing and my memory not being as short
as the public's I have not forgotten them. Of course since that. Bow
Bells was badly beaten In Trinidad at Christmas. Therefore she has
lost favour on this account. What is more astonishing Is that most
people have formed the opinion that this was Bow Bell's true form
and that she was merely over-rated in Barbados. 1 know that it was
not her true form, and with regard to over-rating, we can hardly have
been guilty of this because Bowmanston, the filly who ran second to
Bow Bells, came back in March and established a record for F class,
being the only three-year-old ever to hold it.
But I know that in Trinidad neither of these two fillies will start
at odds as short as Fair Profit, Lazy Bones. Princess Rassiya or even
Mon Amis and Leap On. They are in fact In a very similar position
to that occupied by Gun Hill nnd Front Bell when they were the
same age. But this time we shall be hoping to sec them disprove the
disparaging opinions in June instead of having to wait till Christmas.
N.ir will it only be the difference between the Barbados and Trini-
dad three-year-olds which the Trial Stakes is expected to settle. We
shall also see if Fair Profit has recovered from the indifferent form he
displayed at Union Park and what progress tJtzy Bones nr.d Mon Amis
Th* following_ are the re*tiRs have made ^ncr Christmas. It is also said that the progeny of Sham-
Club Premiere's
Tournament
i^trw^wTtt.n^n\S eJSLSF PrCmlere TeimlS s^din'de^^
being the winner of two races already. Maybe this is a sign of how
Injured Tournament.
Knee has withdrawn from the MF.S'S DOUBLES (finals)
England team In the Test Trial at y/ Gibbons and C M Thomp- 8^ Bne "ally is and how much better she is going to be. Time alone
Bradford next week. Compton'a wn '^h s. M. Stout* and A. W. will tell us.
nding satisfactory but Symmonds 63, 63, 41, 63. Therefore, although Waveerest is favourite it can be seen that his
is to continue Qn Monday morning W. Gib- rivals are fully expected to give him a good run for his money. I
>k fmihrir bon8 wlU pl^ A- W' SvmnIond" will say this: He is going to have to prove himself an exceptional one
kn
his doct
his dally treatr
at least another week. On their
Campion Goosalvea
3S2jScS rK^----^
Pearl Goading
strokes to theip opponents, which Is three-eighths the tlifference of
their aggregate allowances.
GOLF FINALS THIS WEEK-END
MEANWHILE various pairs are combining for the Dunlop Cup four-
ball, best ball competition which starts a week from tn-day. Al-
ready* large entry of contenders is assured and at least twe ve teams
are expected to sign-up before the entries close nt 6 p.m. c:i Thurs-
day night, when the draw will be made.
Several players succeeded In reducing their handicaps In last
week's Beer Mug competition, which was won by the youthful
David Inniss, who came down from 13 to II with his gross 80. Others
who bettered their ratings were O'Neal, from 18 to 14; McDermolt,
from 14 tt 11; Egan from 10 to 9. Dean Klevan. from M to 13, and
Kenneth Hunte from 10 to S.
Mm,
HI. place will b. takm by Jack M1"" *"""* (^'
Robertson of Middlesex. The
place of Cyril Washbrook whose
withdrawal from the England
earlier.
AT ARIMA
I notice that our two horse contingent at Arima hag not had much
luck up to now. Dulclbella, who I was not aware had even entered.
has encountered opposition which has proved a trifle too much for
her. This was to be expected with h<,rses like Fairy Clipper and
......... Rosalind on the list. But Miss Friendship can only be off form. Only
Notre Dame defeated ^M_;5^ a few short weeks ago she was winning easily from the same crowd
while now she can only manage a second in two starts. I find this
NOTRE DAME
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will be fltled by J. a. Dcwes, 7_i when they played a return
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will be taken by D. B. Carr while Headley netted two. wnd hear the announcer say she was the tallest In the race. They ccr-
Oxford University Captain. Daniel the other one. B^1"? taloly breed them small in Tiinidad. Ihose half-brcds.
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Uir / /iro a hi,,, all...
The RUN-
GET the batsman In I
anil you an i...\:--;iy towards
im ou. And the '
standing factors in building in-
UecMnn. in a batsman'* mind
are: l. The point where the ball
hiti the pitch; 1. The suln OB the
ball which decide* tin- direction
BOMH of play.
But in c iwiinsj one eVamaat b
dependent on another. A great
deal, tin ,,'nds on
your "action Develop an easy.
comfortable action and nu ..ill
Hod that lenglii. dire-Mini nssd
the ultier factor* er*- ail easier fa
obtain
There M no short iut. Back-
br.-aklng preelire and determina-
ntion ure the magic inmedieni.
before you get the right grip on
the ball and the rignt wv to de-
liver it.
MAY 28 NO. 121 ?
The Topic
of
Last Week
Mr-ear teaui w
- it* nn* pM
n * avrtti J-* and Bm-
*'*> *"" BMS
j.. * d*n. atsssl
B*>ui !- aSseanatj M
a. l wv n
and The GRIP...
L; V


. . BIT A BIG
HEART' IS ALSO
IMPORTANT
T1*l -
1 The out-iwtnger: Tt
* ball looself oWween
fingers, tolth the mc~
second finger.
2 The in^mngur: Sums type o/ grip ui
* forth* wi-4Wtnqor. bur makw erne thai
IA( Mom u Mm finer running from fie
*tj* jTnosV.
>; <$. me "pr
a Tftr off-break : The index finger note
* H povr'mn earefulinImparts thi
And thin tt'ie /'r ball rpms In a cfo
Fnigirn acrots the team.
t'l /Ac (Ml/ m
ft 'fte third
Q Apart from technical per-
foeuon, what i a llrel-Haas bowl-
er'* greatest aaaef.'
ALEC Guts. Thai is. a big
heart, patience, and the ability
to find out the weakness Dram
.ine'i opponent to pe a***) to
t;ike punishment on good wicketc
.ind. with The same grace, be able
-.. i.ik. row irseMoj on a slirk>
Q: What b swing'
ALEC' Swing is exaellt Who
'.he term implies. The ball -m in
>r. if you like, it swerve* in Mghl
both ways. i.e. u> leg 0* n* (in-
wing and <>ui-*wmg). JepernnK
on the grip ami OOttgO) i 11 i
bowlerwith UN sanl
action
y Wh) can swing .
luinert with comparatUelj new
,ii
alec': Taifl U o questsn n
for your Mr. Chapman Pinchu
It's a matter of physic* flu'
roughly thi* is what happens: The
new ball painted and varnished,
offers leas (rictional resistance to
(he atmosphere Consequently it
Uuvuxh the air. Once the
'tune Is off. the tnrtlon of the at-
mosphere play*, a !: greater part
in howling than mon people
g How loni doag . new ball
M.l'c Well, H ran he r.<:irie to
l1 ideal comfMotui almost
itKleCiiteh UrtdM normal enn-
(Mtion- 1 should *ny 12 to 1A overs
itm hoi Pot Itetden
Keep the hall in the air when you
make vour returns to the wicket
Vou. the nelder, can prolong the
lite ol the neu ball So, II you
a .mi i sia> on friendly terms
m tin your last howler, don't do
anything which will help to re-
muve the shine from the ball.
Q What Is meant by flight
ALEC: Variations of pace and
trajectory, without any Indication
to the batsman by means of either
hanged run-up or bowling action
Q: What is a googlie?
ALEC: The googtle. wrong-un
or "boasie" as it used to be called.
waa the invention of the England
cricketer B. J T. Bnaonquet II-
discovered how to bowl an off-
t ,th .. I
i nc letween the leg-
break and gnoghe (ap.iri from
ball breaks) is
u eg-break is spun by a
1 awing to the batsman
opposiU' him the iront of the
hand The guoglie comes out of
' |M hartd, > batsmen
l eg-break bowler must
.ilwnvi watch for that one which
;.'it>oars to come out of the back
hand
When um see tl you must bo
...I- |n play the goofflio. thai 's.
vou must be ready for an oil-
l>reak and not a leg-break
y How do you bowl a break-
back (a fastisn ball pitched on
tt|! iiflslump, breaking back on t
the leg stump)-
AfJEC Th>- is something no
." inHtter how great he
n i in guarantag to do n hi
of lurk. It da-
rn >HKly action, but
largely on where the seam of the
I It wrbtn tha ball pitches
H II l.mds on the seam it must
<.....T the pitch .tt a tangent
M will either move oil toward! the
i'tl side or whip into tin- |
i- .i break-back
Tha man who discover* how l>
IhjwI a break-back tusi when he
wants to will be in tha Englami
side till he's too old in turn hi
arm over I with I could do it
lust like that.
London Frpreti .S'erelc*
Whm Tlie Pirlure*
Tell Van...
ERIC roitimrslJ
ALK'S botrHno I. The ram-Up
should be east/ and nm-ni/i tfaf
'<""'' distance; incren*
iwtii as MM approach mlelrei: 2.
Veu'irttf liie ii-ickei left side should
be n>uOTds hntsninri See the lefi
"" eoealnfl up. S. LeU nrii i.eM
n. bodu betit bocd: In ensure body
siclngf. fool sideways lit wicket.
A Jut' fi.'fore delii .'i/ \. Deliver
tfie bol' -Win as high an arm ac
tu>n as possible. Take weight on
m-rjtv braced leff leg .Vu-lnu body
ti o deltiierp. . Good follow
ffi-ouflJi iHih aroi and body. Lefl
leg srlll slratphr Rlohl thnnlHev
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cricket broadcasts has not oc-
cupied our Dial paragraph in
this weekly column. To-day ii
grtnil prulc of place to the an-
nouncement that a previously
unpublished work of Derek Wal-
cott's will be broadcast In 'Carib-
bean Voices' on Sunday. 28th
Inst. Derek Walcott ts. of course,
the young poet from St. Lucia
whose two publications, 1 ">
Poems' and 'Epitaph foe the
lliiilin Vfrsf Play bv Derek Walton
Young' ii'ti .,
throuKhout the Wa I t
..is., m bgdand Bom arero n -
viewed on the l
'Caribbean VoioH.' In Udg n*
work, a vana piaj. n. rah Wl-
cott toUi tha si
Himmi ..nd her love for Paolo, the
youngi-i brothei of her huslisn-i.
freel trai InM M elaboni-
ting the reference to them M
h.lcrno The lironri Ol W..I...it's play will !.. folio**
. ,i b> g crlllcism Of M pi-'iluii '>
bf John Heath ettUaaaV I
EngfJah .mthoritv on Itnium
an) This broadcust fol-
lowini "" n"rl s,or> b>' v,ctor
I'eld in March and the frequeil
I roadrasts of stories by Edgar
littclholser, wh gomll .' ;it the Office' i- Uin ;
well received hv the critics ill
KnglaiKi proves that the lst i i
the young writer- of the CsnU-
iM'iin nre pround to have then
work used by the BBC. Contri-
butions by other writers are al-
ways welcome and many a OUnj.
poet and prose writer has IgU
Knined recognition in tin. week-
ly programme of Caribbeon verse
und prose Submissions should U'
sent to The BBC. P. O. Box 40S,
Kingston. Jamaica. B.W.I. 'Carib-
bean Voices' is broadcast every
Sunday at. 7.15 p.m
As we lold you last
W.I vs. Olamorcan match Is
of those in which the BBC
1st broadcasting ball-hy-bnll com-
mentaries on every, assy or it
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PACE SIX
New York Geb
A Breath
Of Spring
FIFTH Avenue these days u
often bright with fi.->li fcng- :
usn fluirii -ii.a New Yorkers '
an than wa> u> work stop to *
took M windows decoraied *it ( S
Spring blooms which the >!*
befojf were growing in Lhe ,
Ertgii&h countryside
They are flown overn.ght o< '
BnUh Overseas Alrwaji Strato-
crulser
British growers. too. arc no
able to meet oversea* dernsn i
for rare orchids They are an
Ihe best air travellers because.
like camels, they carry their owi.
reserves of moisturein "false
bulbs" above Ui*ir root*
54* lack
Orchid frawss n Bi U m *re.
esnitni up lo 500 fur a HBtfl
*r - " Many blooms an '8
plants are exported u> the iuut.-*
tries where the ongtaal was
BOAC often earn personal
peasants of flowers A man in
West Africa ordered newU-.iu
ruses and carnations from Lon-
don, as a prassatt for his wire
They rsacbad I agns ; ..
frsflk. -
B^faal cur Of sll- the three
ak teas* which era sow grow in k
it. a Lob Angelas park
The traffic ie no* oaa-wsy
n brought
i Australia, and. at
from Bermuda for
ft rrft davoraUon
Rl'NDA. ADVOCATE
SUNDAY. MAY 28. I MO
I cay of W innipeg. wun ,i i-.jmuiium of jou.uoo. has been
River Over 10O.U00 people have evacuated as the river
vned to inundate tba < lUn citv. Over B79.4O0 *and-
c 2.000 hitnies still in danger Erprrss
Sitting On The Fence
BABEX
- BERLIN
B*run*ft latest get-together clui>
too asiglo-GerTnan Rambling
Gnxjp. Bold iu first hike to-cUy;
for how*- through forests "We
iU *poka- English on the way
(Mat sad. fJBiuun on the way back.
Thar sr-tne club rule', said the
organ Law. Archie Sutherland
'"The FTWch )oin 115 next Sun-
day. The nil* then will be
nobody speaks his own language ."'
Cut w heat Fund.
WASHINGTON. May
Western Germany's Marshall Aid
allocation'for buying wheat was
cut by 36 million dollars today in
the revised estimates for 19Su-M.
listed by Aid Administrator Paul
C. Hoffman
Mr. Hoffman told Bat
Appropriations Committee, the
reduction was possible because
Germany could import wheat more
cheaply since becoming a member
of the International Wheat Agree-
ment.
Britain estimated Marshall Ai '
allocation for the year was cut by
129.000.000f
From Dentistry
To Sculpture
Sculptures by Jamaica-bom
Ronald Moody, said to be Britain'.*,
leading coloured sculptor, are now
being shown at an exhibition
which the Colonial Secretary.
Mr. James Griffiths, opened in
London last week. Moody, now
48, Went to England in his twenties
to studo dentistry, but after quali-
fying, turned to art During the
wsr Iif escaped from France over
tha P> renews Some of the sculp-
tures, now being exhibited were
retrieved from his Pans studio
nfUr ihe war One of them is 11
sculpture of his brother, the late
Dr. fjarotd Moody, founder of the
Leaf** of Coloured Peoples.
Doctors are complaining
that under the Nauonal
Health Insurance Act patients
are stretching a scheduled 15-
minulc tall i>y such requests
as "Will you look ai
Tommy's foot? Baby's had a
restless night. Mother's lum-
bago is bad again "
HULLO, doctor, there
That's me coughing, my catarrh.!
Cough, cough, cough and sneeze,|
sneeae. sneeze.
Pains in stomach, back and knees.f
Doctor, doctor, don't depart.
Listen first to mother's heart;
Bang. bang, bang and thumi
thump, thump.
Crash, bang, wallop, bump. bump.
bump.
Doctor, doctor, please come back.
Father thinks he's on a rack.
Rheumatism's gut him fair
There are here and here and
Oho .
Screws and gout and sinovltis.
Chalky elbows, flbrositis;
Hear him turn his lingers back.
t'rukle. Doctor, doctor, half a mo'.
Grandmamma has vertigo;
Round ami round and round she
whirls
Like a troupe of dancing girls.
liaising into this and that.
Treading on the pussy cat.
Smashing tea cups in a twinkle;
There's another Tinkle, tinkle.
Doctor, doctor, dont go now
Grandpa's got the gripes .
and how
Though we told him it was risk)
mussels after whisky
Hear him as the pain gets worse;
Hear him sweinng Curse.
cOrse. curse.
Doctor, doctor, don't go yet.
Though you may not be a vet
Whj flow Hover pant for air
gfHta mod i*-ruli.tr stare'
biea? Is he mad'
fdatlng bad'
It it 1
Is he
Hear him growl at baby's prattle,
Is he dying, rattle, rattle?
Heave Ho
"A sure sign of boredom In
middlc-ust-d married couples
ig when the wife I* constantly
shifting the furniture about "
Frsss an article by a domestir
tenth.
WHAT shall we do tonight*
Radio, read a book, or the pic-
tures*
Wlrh your help I'm poinff lo
sniff the sideboard.
Wy \MlhHn.< 1
i.ubhins
But I've just had my supper
It'll help iMiur dtaetiinn. Come
. Heave!
OW
What's the matter?
Pfd strained my back
Do you pood. You're yetting
toft. Come on. Heave!
Haul
What's fhe (itatfrr note?
Dropped it on my toe.
/I'll soon get better. Come on.
'rave!
Ah! Is that where you want it'
Yes That looks belter.
Can I read a book now?
When we've shifted the piano.
Not the piano?
Yer. Come on. Heave'
Oh? Cripec!
What's the matter now?
I'm feeling sick. I think I'll go
to bed.
Nor till / ho. Come on. Heavtl
The bed In my dressing-room.
My own little bed.
. You can'! I've shifted it. Cotne
Ion. Heave'
Unofficial
IT was question time In the
House and the Hon. and funny
'member for Laugbing-Up-Your-
ISleeve asked the I'nder-Secretarv
If or Foreign Affairs:
Now that the British
Government has voted the
urn of I3.75t.OM to the
Government of Burma, does
the Inder Secretary agree
that this bj the aroner time
far the Prime ftmarlar of
Bnrau to say Thakaa NaT
VNDER SECRETARY: Al-
though the Hon. and funny mem-
ber is the unlicensed clown of tha
House. It is regrettable that he
should make a silly and obvio\is
joke at the expense of the head
of a friendly foreign Slate
HON. AND FUSSY MEMBER
Thakin Nu.
Forward Glance
THEY used to call him Saint
Cnpps for Merrie England." said
The Young Man of the year 20ftn
10 his Girl Friend. 'Satiricalh.
of course."
"Saliricallji meaning they ware
beinu funny?" asked The Girl.
-Yes." said The Young Man.
"though we dont understand wht-t
the word means to-day. Satire
was baaed mainly on people's im-
perfections and their struggle
against dire circumstance Now. of
**My fever's gone...
I took GENASPRIN"
'GtHAsrain'the safe brand of aspirin
quickly helps lo break s fever, sad
quickly checks Headaches. Neuralgia.
Toothache. Nerve antj Rheumatic Pains,
Colds and "Flu. At any time of strain
or pain, 'Oenasprin' tecs you through
Sold by ail Chemhii. Druggists, etc
The word I damned, pcifett
and have no struggle for rxistef/i
fint there's nothing to laugh *
No contrasts, no conflicts There
fore no art. literature, or mualc
"Why did theu call Mm Salt f
Cripps?" ashed The Girl
"Because he was an ascetic.
Vegetarian Teetotaler and given
Ung from pulpits '*......
>th\j did they Malts a
r.lil/if-UJ. uhirorldly man lit f fhaf
Chancellor 0/ Ihr Exehequer'"'
"Because all religious people ar-
devei ..iut laonar/,** >-id The
tan. "It's one uf lifu's con-
tradlcUons. But Saint Cripps wag
a bit too clever He destroyed the
.iracter."
"We still haue characler, I
hope," said The CM.
"You hope, but you havent."
said The Young Man. "It's flifn-
eult to Iwllevc now. but before
the decline of the British people
beginning in 1950, there were ml
men and women in this counur-.
They fought for their rights m existence knowing the penalty uf
failure was extinction The result
was they had chancier. They in-
vented things, product*] things "
"I can't sec hoie Cripps stoppt !
fhrm.' said The Glri.
Cripps stopped them by heav
The YounR Mai'
"In the levelling of Incomes the
people who produced the real
wealth of the country became dis-
heartened. There was no reward
for their work. If they were glftcti
and industrious they were no bet-
ter off than Idle fools. So in-
ventors didn't Invent. Writers
didn't write. Painters didn't paint.
Actors didnt act . except in
private, of course. Nothing worth
while has been done since 1M0."
"Is that whv tee have nothing
batter for entertainment on the
public television srrrens than tha.
IgOTiiie Boilermakers' Tiand and
rat* I1.1 (rom Shakespeare by
thlrd-yade rinll serranf"*
"That's why." said The Young
Man. "They're all incompetent.
unpaid amateurs murdering the
work of dead men."
The dead men 0/ yesferdai;
|m moav aiii>i than (he Nve
men 0/ to-day," said The Qtrl.
raring into The Young Afarn
meant eyta.
"The same could be said of the
women." he answered, glaring
back at her dull, stupid face and
flat figure
Hitler Speaks
THE report that Hitler is hi.hng
in Tibet Is confirmed br the fol-
.owing extract from a speech h
the well known manner heard by
Joe Louis Says:
I Shall Fight
The Winner
B' \I\II\ i.xii iliiui:
1. 1. I IS. M-yMr-old negroi
ffotaff ho for 12 years, until his
t. wag undefeated heavy-1
weight boxing champion of thei
world, told me on the telephone
Iron Rio de Janeiro;
"I am preparing lo challenge
or of the Savold-Woid-
eock light in London so that there
trail once again be an undisputed
champion of the world
'T think the winner will be
i'ruce Woodcock.
1 fe.1 line'
Hi v. ] aclsion will be made
*hen I return to New York or
Saturday night, but I am in ir*t*
big and feel Une"
:inal decision will prob-
III -he re-lilt of BBS
world's championship for ih
want title u known next month
If Woodcock wins There will b.
more Incentive to stage a come-
back as there would be the addc
interest In regaining the title fo:
America
luis has been giving exhlbttlor
bouts In Bio with Walter Hafc
and has netted 10.000 dollar*
(about fS.570t for his appearance
"f am not contemplating givim
any more exhibition bout, once '
set back to New York.- he sai'1
last night. "I go into stricter
training"
Which looks a If Louis hn
really miHc up his mind abou
t ->t "flnol .leeislon" in New YrV
The onlv defeat Louis ever ha-l
v : in 1938. whon he was knock-
ed out bv Max Schmeling. but )
1M8 he knocked out Schmelln I-
the first round of the returr
Ascetic life
One ret'on he gives for hi-
' fitnessfantastic I* thr
lioxing sense for n man of 30 i-
"cetlc life he lends.
He neither smokes nor drink*
and even refuses coffee as a stimu-
lant
He -leeps 14 hours a d*v durln-
rnlnlna ten when giving ex-
Mbtttans
When he voluntary rnve no tl"
rid heavy-weight title 11 W*'
lnnHeH on to Ezzard Charles. 1r'
nerro boxer who has sine.- reUti
owing to .1 heart condition.
rl.ft,
<". PARIS.
Oussy Moran. the America.1
>nnis player, has been holding
press-coiifcrence-cum-fittinj;
The dress designers advanced to
takn official measurements. When
I ha first measurement, that of the
bust, was announced, the French-
woman wielding the tape meas-
ure and thinking in centimetres
shouted oSt "94." There was
">.Mentation, and Miss Gussy
Koran ejaculated "Good night"
... A French reporter asked
(ussy how she liked France. Said
she. graciously, "I find France
truly delightful little spot."
those who ran tune In to Radio
Umgfai
Der Tibeten stlnken. Der
stinkt nsrhmrlllngsehwrinhu n d
las. Der Tibetan reehenitln-
Tlhelen reeken. Der Tlheten
krnsrhmrlllngschwrlDhand Iss
Meln aatlenco exhaosted Iss
Freely translated it means
(1) Tibrt stinks.
<2> Hitler's patience Is ex-
hausted.
Which is not surprising consid-
ering Tibetans wash only once 1.
year.L.C.S.
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-I'M) IV. MAI 2S. 1930
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
TAftF. SEVEN
This Week's Guess Star
You Be the
Detective
You Mood mu the
liu lailroau lumx-j and lsos<
sharp!) at the body The neerti
dreead vnim twti naaMMg hi M
pockets to identify him Drlr
live Blandinx had turned fhern
Insid. out
"Try the inside of hi hat." v
suggestd
Rlaiduig removed gar *irjrt >-
dora from Ibe dead man'* b-_,
and observed the itfaak T M '
engraved on the fMtlvaM
"Ti.i could be Ted Maoon.'
you decided 1m M d Sit
two man wno held up the .wwr-ir'
tore vealerday We r-nugto in
partner. Nii'k Hugarnn Perhnp-
wc better ask him wrist he knot*
If Its"
You and youi aaaistaiil drove
mck to Kln'.'tunR When you ar
h ana wh. lost ao tune it
seeing Nick rluggins Thr holdu-
man was iiang in hu cell, bin
wheii you mentioned **th .iafoi
nanaar accident' thai had '.-fallen
Mark ftared
"~9arvo> htm right I told him
to keep ho. bead down whoa era
at-prwarhed the turutrl We were
aryhw to heave town on freight
Yon safe asseted in to. * .
rrf Tod htosftsewi't Ml. 1
i*ed better - that
when we changr the hwhtui hargo
h a iiiuidtu nidictoaswl What reason did von h. to
th* reenas*?
H
TUfr.TESTED I* T T10PICS ^^s
Womri know it ^" 'to. I
eisuro a lovely skin
Travelling
At Home
Here is an eesy-tu-mak* "trav-
aj bbjrm Om will KflMgW a mixe.i
group
Prim five complete alphabets
130 letters in all. on that number
ol small squares of cardboard
putting one letter on each ploce
'Or cut the letter* from news-
paper headlines and paste on the
Kill a Uml with the letters am
place it in the centre rf the tabl.
.iround which are ggntgdl im
players F;.ch plgyn bj im draw*
a leltei and throws n Dn the tahJi
Th. em who Urn galla
dicogrnphir.il name heglni
Thai letter take, .t (Have a ref-
erance book handv to settle mij
lUkuments over spelling which
m*> arise )
The jamc proceed* until one
pl am has nit M letter* of the
nlphabri or until the bowl bj
empty The player eatto g llr-l To
ermplete the alphabet i- the win-
ner, or tn the >ecnnd
sSjBBs i i- tlvp one whu i
ga*atei number of Ml
smalt pgjga wilt arM bj tii.' rntai -
M ' i i aaaaj
Simple, aafe, tur*
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''aSTSff'.SS ft - "
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BEAUTY PRKPARATIONS
fa*
a&4
The Sun-Tanned Baby
lt> lrufrvs.r JLSL BtMT, of Ediabwuk I .*HeriO
WHAT Mti biulognral KlWI
say ,,b tffJMk man gnd n tiile girl, or
about the sun-tanned baby
rahulHial Cngan sucii .i union?
A grcal deal.
I! Mini, hi- ;,nv lOCiaJ duty
at ;> 1 on ini aubaaol n ii to
corn U nfuai I arrog thai
h apeci and then-fore unmiiural,
or else one between individual*
of two typos uliu-li diftnr pio-
foundl> in i*apert of th-'ir bio-
logical worth.
All Mankind
Ltf I be understood that the
human species comprises
kind, one and indivisible
It is a tingle species wherein
individuals have the same basic
toiuUiUiUun, although there may
bj in;my vaittd perinutalioiis an
that fnuiKliiUrai.
Many ill-Informed people vie
inclined to regard this niuth-
discutsed marriage as a union
between two different animal
pecies. It most certainly is not.
Anlmth belonging to dilTercat
species are commonly unattrac-
tive to each other sexually.
Their reproductive habits can be
utterly different. Mating can be
impossible. Or where pomibh? the
result is sterile, ns in the case of
the mule.
Yet within certain denned
species man has developed grant diversity of varieties, and
thara has come into being an
appreciation of the "pLrc-bred"
and a condemnation of the "cross-
bred '
Excels Ptirc-Breal
It has been abundantly con-
firmed that in certain instances
tbe hybrid (offspring of two
different varieties) ravels eithar
of the pure-brod lines that pro-
duce It.
The progeny of such> a hybrid
by a similar hybrid tend to vary
much, and there can appear both
"good" and "bad" charax-ieristir*.
determined by the kind of bllogi-
cl endowment they receive.
But what has this to do wilb
union between humans of differ-
ent colours?
In the llrst case let me repeat.
"black" and "while" strains of
mankind are nor different species.
but varieties of the same.
They came into being during
the early stages of man's history
and arose from groups of primi-
tive man who became- separate
from each other
Mutually FtsTtilr
But ihese groups do not diffei
M aheep and goats do They differ
less than do the St Bernard and
the Pekingese (both of which.
remember, are members of th*
same species > .
The two are mutually fertile,
they are human being* whi>
reproduce human beings, and
the oenes (those entitles con-
cerned with the transmission
of hereditary characteristics
Involved in the different
shades of pigmentation of to*
skin are comparatively' few and
limited.
There is much evidence which
shows that the 'black*' is oor-
ubily not inferior to the 'White"
as ii bloksrical specimen
f^rvrronment
It Is true that individual
"blacks" can be inferior to indi-
vidual "whiles" in the perform-
ance of a particular task. But ft
is equally certain that the
converse Is also true.
The records of sport and of
sclaalaiship under equal condi-
ttona of opportunity amply sub-
stantiate this.
Of course a "black" from the
wilds would find himself as
inadequate In the centre of Picca-
dilly as a "attle" from Kensing-
ton wtould be if he fudoenry
found himself
native
A "black" te
mony with his
isfern d to a
nuch in bar-
onment
as a "white" is with his.
But what we are considering
is what happens when the two
are brought together in an am -
rorrment that suits one but is
possibly a disadvantage to the (
Them the differences, fai lawaj I
and far less Important than the
MiruUiriticK. acquire significant
values
Stripped of these acquisitions
(social, religious, cultural i there
then remain* very little tu sepai-
ate them.
Tory little save lhe o..loui of
their akun
tsssaal' And Had
And tbe offspring of such a
mating are only varietal hybrids
the product of two varieliet,
differing mainly In respect of
colour.
There is no known reason why
such l hybrid should not exhibi;
all the characteristic qualities of
the mongrel hardness, excep-
1 tonal vigour, and so on.
There is certainly no reason why
It should not in many ways exrel
either of Its parents.
Whether it does or not depends
on the quality of It- biological
heritage. And especially on the
social environment in which Its
genetic constitution develops.
By the shuffle and deal off,
thousands of hereditary factors!!
that pass from parent to offspring*^
the crossbred la just as likely to
inherit tbe pooled "good" factors
as the "bad".
nrvemrty In Us
And this Is Just as true of the
product of the mating of two
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paaaa
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One letter simply stands for another. In this example A Is used
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trophies, the length and formation of the words art all hlnu
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SUNDAY ADVOCATi:
BARBADOS
ADVOttTE
.....--- -1
Sundn>. Mv 2X. 1950
Slop: Major Hoad
Ahead
"GRANTED that men always need a
government armed with weapons adequate
to defend them against external enemies,
how are they themselves to l>e protected
against the abuse of its power?" This ques-
tion is posed by "The Tinu-.s" in an Editorial
as the result of a speech by Lord Cecil of
Chelwood. in the House of Lords, on May
17*h. when he moved the motion:"That
the growing power of the Cabinet is a dan-
ger to the democratic constitution of the
country."
Those who have studied the growth of
the English Constitution, have watched
with growing concern the ever increasing
concentration of power in the hands of the
Executive. Lord Chelwood particularly
drew attention to the effects of the parly
system on the growing danger of which he
warned. "Executive power" he said, "was
vested in the Cabinet . The Cabinet, ap-
pointed by the Prime Minister, had dicta-
torial powers over the whole administra-
tive function of Government, and the
Prime Minister was answerable only to the
majority of the House of Commons, who
owed their positions to a political organisa-
tion of which the Prime Minister was
chief."
Two great safeguards are the traditional
means of ensuring that government does
not abuse its great power. The first is
freedom of speech reinforced by the great
rights of parliamentary privilege. The
second is a judiciary renowned for im-
partiality and divorced from politics, ap-
plying a common law between all citizens
and even against the state.
Both of these historic checks are to-day
far less powerful than they were a century
ago. The greatly increased power of the
political caucus and the difficulty of per-
sons, (so strongly evidenced at the last
Elections), not standing with the support
of one or other of the great parlies to get
elected, means that a member must be
careful not to voice opinions for which the
party may expel him. For therein lies his
political grave.
Even the great Judiciary applying the
I Common Law has been seriously and sadly
circumscribed. A great mass of Adminis-
trative Law has arisen, administered by
special tribunals with no right of appeal to
the law courts. The slate has taken to it-
self the rignl to say that certain principles,
enshrined in the Common Law, such as
that no man be deprived of his property
without compensation is no longer right.
Some statutes have tried to do this and
have only been changed after public pro-
test.
These considerations are of topical in-
terest to Barbadians. Here too. the same
trend can be discerned. Ever greater pow-
er is being vested in the Executive Commit-
tee. In years past, a multiplicity of Boards
performed many of the duties now entrust-
ed to the Executive Committee. Here too
there has come into being, or will shortly
come into being, tribunals of a semi-
judicial character. They decide such mat-
ters as the compensation, if any. which the
Government is to pay to persons whose
property has been compulsorily acquired
by Government.
Here too the independent has been
squeezed out of politics. The elections of
1948, like the English elections of this year,
show the marked trend in politics. Here
tdo the growth of party politics and the
extension of the franchise has given rise to
a modified party machine. Voting in the
<' Assembly, like tha' in the House
of Co;n:.i;ns. reflects only too much the
of party Whips rather than the
<>f individual members.
England's present position has been
reached largely on account of the necessity
for efficiency and centralisation in two
World w-ars. The pressure in Barbados is
not as great. There is time for Barbadians
to pause and consider the direction in
which they are travelling. It is not too
late to stay the drift. In a world in which
free speech, parliamentary privilege ana
the rule of law are fast dying out it is as
weil for local politicians to ask themselves
if modernity is always w'sdem.
For Boy*
IN 1949 some 700 juveniles were brought
before the Island's Courts. The Police Force
has decided that there is not enough being
done in Barbados to keep boys off tha
streets. But instead of raising a question
in the House of Assembly and hoping that !
Q m iimesit will wave a broomstick and
grant funds to reduce crimes they have
taken a page from the copybook of other
countries. The Police are going to run a
Boys' Club to keep boys out of the courts.
The first club will be in Bay Street not
far from the Royal Barbados Yacht club
and quite close to that wonderful recrea-
tional centre known as the Esplanade.
The actual headquarters of the Club will
be the excellent stone building formerly
used as a Police station and closed only a
few months ago. It is hoped that forty or
llfty boys will join the. club (which will
be free of course) and that the idea will
spread like wild fire through Barbados and
that other Boys' clubs will be opened in
Oistins. Speightstown and wherever boys
congregate in the streets and have nothing
to do except fall into wicked ways and
habits.
The club is sponsored by the police and
will be staffed by volunteers from among
the force who will attend every day of the
month on the basis of one day for each
helper. The emphasis will lie tin games
boxing, running, boating, darts, table ten-
nis and all the other activities so proper
to a Boys' club.
The Police have been completely won
over to the view that most crime is pre-
ventable and that it is better for them to
spend a little time helping boys who have
no tixed home but the streets to grow into
good citizens of the future and possibly
even become good policemen of the future.
Those briefly are the facts and it is im-
possible to praise the initiative of the Bar-
bados Police Force too highly for their very
welcome decision to add social welfare to
the many other duties which they are per-
forming so well in the interests of the
community.
The Police are not asking for funds on
the grand scale. They are giving a concert
on June twenty ninth to obtain the neces-
sary start for their scheme but they hope
that every single individual of Barbados
will contribute here a sixpence there a
shilling or even a solitary cent to help the
police to help young Barbadian boys to live
a life so much more full than that of the
Bridgetown streets.
A committee has been appointed of
which Colonel Michelin is the Chairman.
The Social Welfare Officer and three others
complete the committee of live.
June 29lh will always be remembered in
Barbados as a red letter day for the mothers
of boys who have no homes of their own.
All other Barbadians will remember it
and will start saving now to give their con-
tribution to a cause which is worth the
support of every one in the community.
The more good citizens there are in Bar-
bados the better for Barbados. Can anyone
doubt that the running of a Boys' Club in
Bay Street will do anything but good to
boys who have so little orthodox forms of
entertainment that 700 a year find their
way into the local police courts?
THE
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A the clock in the tower began ||, C* <
striking ihe witching hour of mid-
Bight, -i (ami rustling and whis-
pering began in the until then p ..lu-Uy been
dark ami mien! office The chmr Charge if neglect
ernment House, the Attorney Gen-
eral's and Auditor General's
offices Shu actually had the neck
king up to. a to make a pus at me when she
if duty on ihe heard who I was and we happened
of the twelfth stroke hi I hSftH) part i I minor official, and wai to meet each other passing through
died sway when a Mmuu- I'apei disappointed that it had not cul- the Treasury. And now that that
an unbelievably unimportant minuted in a severe censure that no-class go-getter has squeezed
subject said in a disgruntled voice, would have led to its own promo- into society through the back door.
"No one can say I'm not as lion to Ub j-pnere of the looks down her nose at the
democratic as any paper ever bom ihe 'CONFIDENTIAL* class, ex- honesMo-god tiles that
In any paper mill, but I must s*y claimed: backbone of the Service.1
that the airs and graces some pa- M- sainted aunt' To hear these ... ., .
per* affect enough to make any- Jumped-up Secret File people -Hem. hem. gently coughed a
one sick to death of the pretence talking you'd think they had blue bored-looking copperplate invita-
th.il besSABM we are all bom equal, blood in their veins instead of red tion card bearing the Royal Arms.
wo all remain as good as the next ink Why. that saucy piece trying i^oni,an>,one tc" ."l* ir tr.ue
E t,, ldllt i,ke duchess was still that the Paper -nd Ink Union hi-
nt blank sheet when tend to stage a march to Govcrn-
"Ye*. indeed." agreed a spit;.- ,v;i. ,, the visiting list of Gov- ment House led by a steel band
tcri'h-looking blank inside sheet
that had been left neglected in the
On
Jths
qo
with
pigeon hole and whose vin.n
surface had never been sullied i>y
a single mkmark. "Look at the
frustrated lifo I've had to live
owing to the silly mistake of Mime
Ustfl clerk. 1 w.m as attractive .1
blank sheet as any of you. ami
hat chance have 1 ever had of
being useful**"
V scrap of paper from a torn jp
igh draft that had been sp^lt
und thrown into Uie wastspi I
basket, snorted and then bun! '
He
to protest ngalnst the colour dis- I
crimination that goes on among I
official documents In Government |
ittice "
Immediately all the tiles began
rustling violently in strong disap- 1
proval at this unpopular sugges- I
tion; and a copy of the Official
Gazette, forgetting to be dignified, |
ffoM Indies nd. for Hall shouted angrily:
attar, the British Empire, can "Look' This a Barbados,___
* proud ol Ed ir WtteUwlser. Not Antigua. We Bejan papers
A MeM 11 in it * *
Oilier
By Geo. Malcolm Thomson
By Edyor Mlftclholc.r. Huuar'.h
Press. Bs. fld. 24*; pours.
haven't yet descended to steel
.*.- ,,., nt hi. nnvai bands as a means of trying to lm-
lle nets the scene of his novel ,h_ ,,__., _, ,t_ ij_Ti_i_.
I don't see what either of KM |n I V"''',;' 2?
two have to complain about. Look local atmosphere is ski
hat's happened to me. T01
up and thrown away as usclc
* l up, although Mittelholzer
1. 1 KrlpUoo.
)U"t
because some half-baked This is the tropics without eve
"official couldn't write good gram-
mar. Do you know. I was born -
Siamese twin. Some busybod.
separated me from my brotlie:
and he, although never better than
I, has seen life with a capital I.
He's been petted and pondered V
by every Head of Department Hi
the Service, attended n '
galore, and lieen to Government
House and other Important pliice*
Ho has been quoted in the H
of Assembly and the Legislative
Council, given the Colonial Secre-
tary many a headache, and is row
full of his own Importance that
he preaandj not to know me and
talks with a super Oxford-cum-
Bajan accent. The last time he
passed through .this office he was
hobnobbing with a copy of a dis<
patch to the Secretary of State.
Head of the administra- |
tion."
"Hear, hear." chorused all the I
tiles, as a Blue Book got ponder- |
ously to his feet. As soon as there |
was silence he said:
an* palm tree
he theme Is the inter-play ol 'In any case, there is no dis-
isid racial ISsbbbSSS*, usuall, crimination among writing
Kept under the surface, some* printing materials in Barbados.
lime breaking out In a rash of Bed ink. black ink, white paper.
.i.ii.i The. an- not the tensions lead pencil and purple typescript
between Maes nd white, Nothing " work together In harmony to
1 --II > on the Government here. We
n Sri pure (,on'' V*y any attention to what
whit* But French creotas d**P,- n"mun -'S^tor* with imaginary
Creoles, Coloured look grievance, say.
Chinese Bitterest con- An old Minute Paper, erumpl.e*!
ihat of poor negroes for
East Indian.
THAT WKEU.XG IS MK 10-
yi:Alt Ol !
COCKADE
FIXE HEM
The Rum that
ticklea the Palate
SI.HO 11 I...11I, from Hit- III IMU IIS
STAIVSFEID. SVOTT A tO.. I lit.
end brown with age on whom th
ink had faded until It was almost
m fear. Fear of the coloured th.d , ^ ,. ^ wcU hundred
the less coloured will unpede the.r und g.m ^ thp ^^ Qf
social advance. Fear ol the negro ,np ^.j,^ ,ha| ww f M Jn
,- "a' '" wnseu "** ""- vouth over the deep water har-
, tlemiis him to base occupation*, hour. Everything that has be<
Anxiety uf Mr. Jagabir. the Mid nere tonisht has been said
and I heard him say, 'My deah Indian, that he will Ik- sent over and over again for more than
fellah I expect we'll nuet In lion- ''"* '" '"'"' w"lk '" * M,'"r century, but I'm ashamed to
don this wmtah'. If that's what ''" ''' Anxiety of Mr Murrain, the that neither high speed stonogra- I
he calls equality, I hope he gets Englishman, that Jus wife- xtr.i- phy nor the touch typing that has
f 1 oM-bitten if he ever does get to vaganco will prevent him from replaced the old quill pen, seem
London in the winter." saving enough money to settle in to have produced any more good
An over-dressed feminine M.P. England. feeling in Paperdom that the
market SECRET' in red. that Fear, above all. of Horace negative result achieved by the
bared a locked drawer wilh other Xavler, the negro omce-bo,v. th*; endless debutes by human beingn
impoitant papers, sighed and said his Infatuation for lovely, hlgn- on the deep water harbour. Think
In the ultra-refined vole of a horn coloured Mrs. HincJcMm ex- what a good example you could
chorus girl who had married a poses him to the mockery of the lhcw humans If you thought
title: "1 do wish these working- |]U.- Ills declaration of lov.v mo'* ' ^{J-.V"^
class papers would let the upper ,,,*! out of Shakespeare, is nosed *our own importance.
the smgU oul b} the prying Mr. Jagabir Ivn_, ri rhkv
U, draemai pltlabhi rather ^TxUact' fW m.RW-
thnn coateeapUUe. tered runc|V aiul intPrrupted with:
Al'hough nobody sneers at ..Buti Grandpa, things have
Horace, the boy s -VIf-conscious- lliunged since you retired. Why,
1 ...nfused sense of in- when I was in London I met very
ferl'.rily produces an explosion. many important papers from all
Ho rushes sobbing from Utl over the Empire. And at our mld-
offlco. "Keep you' job I don 1 ight paper conferences nt the
m nt it." Colonial Office, everyone of us had
The Vitality of the novel is In the right to criticise the other frcc-
Iti portraits, delicately tinted in ly. K you could have heard half
of amber: Mr Lorry, the the things the files there said about
tlvn'ion "in the lady-killer; Mr. Lopez, the e> the papers that come frqm Barba-
thc Govennr's desk." starved cricketer; Miss Bbmauth. dos today, you'd be glad you re-
" her comp-uiioi1
ting tone, "what
1 gel sume res
hours. I do ratty.'
"Well, my dear
said in an ingratlunuK mm-,
do you enpect? Wi'h all the tosh
talked these days .bout equality
by vote-catching politicians, we
can hardly hope alv.-ays to enjoy
the peaceful secluskn of His Ex-
cellency's sound proof safe at night
Every time I ftrid n vself billeted
elsewhere, I long loi that refuge
from the gabble, gabblo of the h<>
polloi that
IN basket c.....>--------------------
The file marked SECRET tossed the Indian poet; Mr. Reynold...
her newly acquired perm, and who has no colour complex be-
began: cause he comes from Grenada.
"It s these big cocktail parties that Mrs Hinckson. whose trouble i-
are responsible for much of the that only frigid intellectuals warn
eird mixtures now meets In t marry her.
hen you did."
The old patriarch wiped hi:
pecs and Axing the last spcakci
*ith a baneful glare, said:
want "I'm not a bit surprised. What
docs surprise me Is. that so lew
society. It's fortunate that official A snudl. unusual world of you seem to realise how much
papers don't drink or-----" observed with humour but with- more could be done il so mucr
'Don't what!, loudly intemipted out detach___
a piece ol blotting paper that Dad
gone to bed well soaked and had EDGAR
just waked up with a well-deserv-
ed hangover. "How d'you mean
official papers'* You speak for
yourself, old dry-as-dust "
An ordinary open file that had

MITTELHOL-
ZER, bori 1909 in British
OtalMM of SuHss German
stock; bepon urillnp adrcn-
turr stones at Ihe agr of 10,
to England in 1948.
time was not wasted by
talking so much and doing so
little."
At that moment the lanltor
opened the office door, and as the
daylight streamed in. the papers
silently turned to face the promis
ol a new day.
" Beadep" Smr: -H Trans-Canada Could Be Used
The Editor, The Advocate
SIR.- Until recently travellers
by air between Barbados and
Tobago were, on giving notice,
dropped or picked up there l>>
the BarbadosTrinidad plane
This arrangement h.i^ In >: n.
continued and passenger* now
have to go to Trinidad und
change planes there. No improve-
ment in regard to the time or con-
venience of tho travelling public.
Added to this, planes are now
so timed that the Barbados planes
only get to Piarco after the last
Trinidad plane has left Th s
tails stopping the night in
Trinidad with all the Inevitable
bother and expense. So the
Journey Is very much slower and
costs half as much again
If Trims-Canada could be used
on a Saturday the connection at
Piarco could be made, but I am
informed that despite
national agreement
every Company honour* each
other's tickets, by arrangement
with the B.W.I.A., Trana-Cnn-
ada may only take from Barbaii"
to Trinidad. Canadians who are
Island hopping.
It is surely unreasonable thai.
if It does not suit B.W.I.A. to
run a connecting service, they
should put obstacles in the way
of travellers.
C. E. SHEPHERD
CuUeton House.
St. Peter.
May 22. 1950.
A'o Monopoly
To The Editor The ^doocite
SIR.Ther has recently ap-
peared In the columns of a local
paper (not the Barbados "Advo-
< 1 tain statements regard-
ing the Government negotiations
with BU.O.C./T.LL. and in
these statements BUOC./T.LL,
were classified as a "combine"
which put up an outrageous
claim lor a monopoly ol opera-
tions over the whole ol the Island.
^hich also saw fit to refuse
the "cenerous offer of the Gov-
As a matter of fact.
I) U O.C./T.L I,, never at any
(JlM dt nianded a monopoly ver
the whole Island, but 01
for temporary licence to permit
their carrying to comp'.-" '
ng researches which they
conducting for many
years. At the end of this pros-
pecting period they would only
huve been able to retain a lease
covering Mf". of the total area.
Turning to the comment In the
same paper re our refusal of the
' generou* offer of the Govern-
ment." this will not be taken
seriously by anyone conversant
with this matter, for, n* we have
already intimated In your valued
columns, the "generous offer" re-
ferred to amounted in actual fact
to a nctt increase of 2.5% In Ihe
area lo be leased, making a total
rctainablc gross area of 27|**(
< nctt approximately 22%) In
compensation for the abrogation
ol leases covering 78% ol the
drillable area ol the Island, and
an expenditure of lour and a
quarter million dollars
(S4.25O.OO0.OO) on oil prospecting
and developments In Barbados
The statement made further men-
tion that this money was princi-
pally spent in our own interests,
but this Is not correct, since we
have not been offered a reason-
nble opportunity to make use of
the knowledge gained by our ex-
penditure, and it now appears
that our money may ha\c oeen
spent not In our own
but In those of our competitor*.
Yours faithfully.
THE BRITISH UNION
OIL COMPANY LTD.
E. E MACINTYRE.
Attorney and Manager.
Crichrl Cuminnil
The Editor, The Advocate
SIR.I have always read with
the greatest Interest tho writings
of your Sports writer O. S Cop-
pin. I admire his knowledge of
that great game cricket, but I was
a little surprised to read his
article of Sunday May 18. Can't
he take h.'
1 myself am not aware that
Ernest Eytle Is a know-all nor
has ho played for Briti-: I
but he is Intelligent and 1
knows his cricket. We here must
learn to take all types of criticism
In our stride. Eytle h.i* perhaps
locussed attention a
sharply on what, m hi
were the weaknesses of tho West,
Indies team.
However the real point I
would like to make is that Mr.
Coppln seemingly objects to
Eytle's remarks and In like
manner many a Guiancse ob)ecL<
lo the conclusion arrived at after
the lait BarbadosBritish Guiana
cricket scries in Barbados; when
the B.G. players were judged on
performances which could hardly
be a credit to them when they
ould not possibly have got gnj
net or match practice in prepara-
tion for the tournament due to
tho heavy rains In B G. from
NorStnbSff 1949 to the time the
team sailed.
Even now the Trinidad
Guardian's B. R. Jones and H. M.
Thorne like Mr. Coppln still
write of that series as if Christi-
anL Palraudeau. Gaskln. Trim
and company were in top form
when facing the formidable and
much practised Barbadians. I am
making no excuses but the fact
cannot be too greatly stressed,
that the B.C. boys, through m
fault of their own were placed at
a distinct disadvantage hi ihosi
all important trials on which
Ai'ii- i>.--i selecti f 11 tho Wo-
Indies team.
GL'IANESE ENTHUSIAST
Castries,
St. Lucia.
Rwftivtt
rhe Editor. The Adoocsgs
SIR. Those of us who ar
attending tho A.A A.B. sport
on Monday and Thursday hav
OtU request to make of the Asso-
ciation that they allow us
know the course of expiration
the laps In the cycle events
gives one a feeling of frustration
to see cyclist* speeding arc
the track and not to know how
fir advanced the race is
(iYMNASTTKOS
ll MM;-- uh.h .re suned with .1 nm rtV-plumr hut un.w,.
SssSfsJ by the customary bona ndea. iwll be Ignored. Man* such
reach the Editor's desk each week, and readers are again reminded
i.f ihe asssSSaStl lor the writer** name to be known to the Editor,
not lor publication, bat as an assurance of tood faith.
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stocked by
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SUNDAY, MAY 2*. 11,1
Sl'SDAY ADVOCATE
p.vr.F SINE
Two N.C.Os
To Be Trained
In England
Need For Women Labour
Officers In Caribbean
4.1 IIM M ; I H
the
FOB Till: FIRST TIME B
history of the Island ___
CommiSfcloncd Officers from Ore
Barbados Police Force have been
selected lor training i.i
nd
The two Officers selected by the
Commissioner of Police are In-
spector Campbell Sprinter, In-
apector in charge of area No. 1.
and Sgt. Cecil Bourne. Chief De-
tective Sergeant, who U in charge -
of the total C 1 D "** recovered from his recent all-
in an inieiview with Ihr "/ and back onthe >oh again.
Advocate yesterday. Col B T. -
THhRE is room m the whole of the Caribbean area lot
w.men Labour Officers, Miu S. .*.. Ornlvit '
Labour Adviser to the Secretary of State for the Cotonttt
told members of the Press at a Conterenct
nmn at the Labour CommissiiiiH-r
~ S:v SSM that tr.eii WVTJ
lhou mdi
bean working in agriculture, in
shovs and i.i industry and fell
that woman Labour Officers would
take special interest In labour
affairs as they were general!
I d -t coneUlaUni vht
i.' 'tercod.
Miss OgiKie was sent out to
He Wet I
of Stair to gel lir-l I A '
Seoul .\..|-.
Back On The Job
SCOUTS and Scooters wiU be
l In charge *lad to -earn that our H.Q. Clerk
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Km pi re II i]

:.
I. .ker.
plain formad part i f the
QfatWd of llonou: jl Ihe QBSSltllg
" BxbMlfaM at Com-
berrricre Schoo. on 24th May
Borer Beetle Menace Musi
Be Stopped By Hand-Pic king
l/.iy Reduce Crop To 5 Tons Per Acre
, _. vi oimc hi pr,-i iii-i ara Miwwt
Mirhelm. CommlMlVncr of Poll, sr?u" Attend Youth Service c said that the two Officer, w.1, ^V&G*!! JZS*~ ^L '^C"L
if, ,,
.---------------------...------------ -----------... .ndustry.
Church on Sunday last. Patrol While here. Mis* Ogi'.vic ,ti-
Leader Walcott of the Comber- tended the Conference of We*t
>F ControHlng IIM spread of the root borer boetl.
i insed at a joint meeting of the Suiiu
Producers' Association and Agricultural Society held
Friday.
The meeting was addr.ssed by Mr. E. S. Robinson. Presi-
dent of the Sugar 1'rmlueers' Association and Mr. R. W. E
Tucker. Entomologist ol the Department of Science and
The Girl GmMSST Pair | ... I( ^q,, amonj. tne member* of in
There will be . t tbc pread ol thf two organisations, and then Mi
- on Um in- Tucker answered a few question
day. 3rd June and by k The Sugar Producers' put by membeni.
ol Col,, ne I H T. AShweuitH.n h.id therefore appoint- The motion was finally paw
P Eand, under ad___ a *Ommltts lo collaborate that a* a temporary measure ihe
leave al the end of .,! - "cou ln* bout ..Western Dia- and children in eiiiplowi
island ssbsastuJ? *m l\J,Vi &* -"ended the tmplrc Youth wa. also looking afte
?2S2j?t** .2!y..*il. fi!S ft*** J. Strtrt Methodist measures for workers .
i six-month course at the Poli
College. Henddn. London.
Empire Day Activities
They will receive instructions in mere Troop had the privilege
all branches of Police work and reding the First Lesson,
apart from the theoretical side,
they will be attached to a Police
Force where they will do practical
work.
'This training will not only
benefit two men, but the whole
of the Barbados Police Force." he
said. He pointed out that on Ihci
return to the island they will be Church Lad Brigade formed
able to impart to the rest of the Guard of Honour to receive His
Force here what they have seen Excellency the Governor on his
and learnt. arrival to open the Empire League
The Commissioner hopes it will Exhibition which was held there
be possible to tend two non-com- They took part In an inter-troop
missioned officers from the local competition organised by the Dis-
Foree on a course every year tr.ict Commissioner covering st-v*n
Indian Labour Officers as an ob-
server.
Defects
Mi Daly a Tiade Unionist from
irk at Combermere School
A detachment of 18 scouts to-
gether with Guides. Cadets and
had disco'cred in Trad*
Unionism in the area. He pointe:!
out that In Trinidad m in i>om
of the other countries, there was -
sort of competition between the
unions and it was unfortunate <
have two or more group* of trade
unionist- competing o:. Den a If of
the same section.
She said that 'hey should he
I . I
Variety Concert a: 8 p
:.-. ulnch
Is to be raffled, will be on sale at
ihe Fair. The bicycle *ill
raited *t 3o pm
The Ranger Entcrtainim-m

taUMBent tar the Fata will take
place by kind parmbsloo of Mba
N. Burton al flt. Mlrhorl OtriV
School. There will be
formances. the first
23rd June at fl p.m. and a matinee
on Saturday. 24th June at 4 30
pm Tickets mav be oMattM
from Miss E. Fields, the Guide
Department. Messrs Cave Shep-
herd and Company,
from the Ranger*.
1th Ihe Putvtor ol S.:en,. aOd
Agriculture in formulating a
stheme to >U ..I with the f. 1
ol The committee had reported
( biiek to the Association and fa tkds
report two methods had been sug-
i Ding the peat;
one was the re-introduction of Iho
i d partrinj of batUaa as soon
.in,i the other lhat the
Entomologist, Mr Tucker, be sent
In ljuccnsuind. AUBjfaHf
gta ii uat of dm nest Insee-
" PT- t.ei .- Gaaniaeaane which had leen HWIlUia
riday. vary ene-live there Worship Ml
A PMVATF SHOW win be ! gjOpgaj ihS XJXW^uTtelZ
A given by the Mobile Clnem. Ej-SSJP'JkiSCS SSSS ~ '" Trlnid.a B t! e m .
t St John'. Ahmhoute on Tue.- SZflS'iJSESfthSEEE: '" ol hmdl but Uw
da, but tomorrow beln. Bank- SS SSmZ w.,c Sim.lhnJ"ind h'd now lP"*'. ,
Holld,,- there wlU be no .ho. Heel.h KnUea^X" 7.SS h fXSS!'JSZJSSJ^SS
On Wednesday the Clnem. w,U Irom ,30 ,2.5 Nine troo,, ^*SS:iSTSHZr. ^
npeted In true .^^j ,void polRW, but thouiht
it u-aa legitimate lor
contribute to political funds.
Kdumtinn
Caraseo Will
Join Delegation
performance but entered
not be giving
on Thursday it will visit the scout spirit exhibiting keen ...
Lowthers and St. Patrick's area of ihuslasm. Bethel Troop gained
Christ Church where a show will first place with 83.1 per cent,
be given at Lowthers Plantation Combermere second and First Sen ,.,.
v-rH Scouts third The Troop thai W1" "l*"'1 ' tlw educational
The last show of the week will came last gained 32 8 per cent; ';P <* J Jg^^Jg
b. given on the Coleridge Schoo. not^ba^lad^cheer up, everyone S^^Z^'SS^ which
nt.v year> ago the Department
ol Agriculture had instituted the
f picking the beetles l>*
i.anu He thought they were all
conversant with how it was done
then. During the 10 years that
9SLB i5^fSS:,wh3iURatfl
should return to the gMttkad
the hunu cullecUng of beetles
Mr. Robinson thonkcl Mi Tu
er tor the lecture he had given.
Drunken
Driving; 7
A FINE of 7 to be paid in thin
Imposed
E. A McLcod oi
I^ither Duguid of King'* ViH.C'
Keoue*l LM bunds yssAartfay when he was foun.
*&+ guilty o( driving a motor
bib under the influence of dnnl
1 May 20.
f r. if L. Masslah Mud on Ma.
purpose' U> provide,! 1m Govern- -''' '"' "^"""W OUgtUd tui
mem The Dueetoi hud mihv re- 1"'l,'"'i Hospital about 5.15 pjii
plied stating that he hoped the fnd '""-id that ne smellr.t......
Govanuneni would see fit to do so. " '''" '"> uniiaadj in iu
In the meantime II was neces- Pwt> "d was excited. Th<
iy .thin lOBMtluni should bt pupils were dilated, OOJUal, jr..
done to control the pest, said Mr '-clcd slowly lo light, tin Mill
liotiiison As they knew, some rat" was 100 and other renem
\- regurn'
ion. they had w
of Agri
to the 1 >i.
iltuie asking him to i
,. ri write the Government requesting
na ihat ue neeaasan lunda for -
ST. LUCIA, May 27.
II was announced to-day that
C.overnmcni has agreed for the
Hon. Francis J Caraseo, MBE
Member of the Executive and
pasture for the benefit of the .
residents of the Coleridge School ""' "J
h^ce. I Ct Dj.lne
i of St Peter.
an't come first!
the
who
Scout, toured each of the seven
petition the u,ok PliC* norp las' >'''*' na,t 'i""'1
local Chief a s*1*'0' amount of good, and she
The current programme of I s?^,Tc'c^mpalled"by'The^F. ^S^^^^TT'
Mobile Cinema Is: 'Cossack 0ur Cnlef a keen ^^ d doing a great deal^ toward- im
Horsemen". "Trooping the Colour, we understand that he was most runnm* r educational classes
"This Is Britain'SB". "Hill Sheep favourably impressed with the I"1** wer* ivinK,.''our'r. ""'
Farm". "Motherhood". "East standard of work that was being ,u '" conjunction with the
Afrtcan College" and "British done. (Note this, you Scouts and """ .p.1 Mu",llIX'|,a,rt";eni, ;
News.- Scouters. and don't let the Chief Jho Un.vemty OHcbc ofthe West
MR. F. MOO*E WILL be the down!) Other persons interested J' "15 622^*!^!^"
speaker at a Religious Servic
ivhich will be given at ttv
the United Kingdom as the fourth
uivtiitM'i of -i deleg.ition to i'.Ier-
vlew the Colonial Office In con-
nection with the predlcO'iient of
\i pi luting in the reconstruc-
tion of Castries.
The decision was ree> lied al b
joint Council mailUng tollowillg
reprsent,ilions by the Se.iinen'n
Union of which Caraseo is Presi-
dent and the Workers' Union of
which Caraseo la a Member Of the
Exerutlvr and a former President.
HJOO veaily to help.
His Association had agreed that
Ihe Chatng should be rc-lntro-
duet.i and they had subsequently
i i latter to Cfararainent
at king fur the sum of 83,600 year-
:. by way "f wbataly This fig-
ura was suggeste.1 taking into
co i Support Request
The Director had promised that
he would give theh raquaal i
Y.M.C.A. at 4.45 p.m. to day.
On Friday next Mr. G. B. Sharpe
will give a lecture on "Salesman-
ship" at 8.00 p.m. which will be
followed by a discussion.
Scouting also toured tin
lions and were similarly Impress-
ad.
the Workers' Education Group
She said that it would be a line
Idea for Trade Unions if tht Waal
Indies could send up students to
Ruskln College once everv Three
On FridV "vening the Bethel ,^1./"" 1"d( "i iLS
odd lefi tSwn in ind thn inr, r>uld ** experts from Enalnnd
to come uowii here t
At (amp
Troop left town lo spend the long
week-end In Camp at Barrow
courses for the benefit of Trade
AN EMPLOVCE of the Electric Sl Lucy ,.., Kood u mi|e
Company recently reported journey for anyone who would
the loss of seven sheets of care to visit them. You can be
gnlvnnize and a padlock, total assured of a warm welcome at the
value |24, from Ihe storeroom of end of your journey and encour-
the same company during the ogement for the return trip,
month. Scouts of the Y.M.C.A. Troop
DOLICE WERE KEPT busv In 1 let fr camp over the week-
r Broad Street yesterday direct- * Jit. Alban's yesterday On
zr^'^zv^^^^^''^you""
amount of traAc in Bridgetown Investiture
Ihe Constables were called upon On Thursday, May 18, an inves-
to keep a watchful eye. titure was held al Cornbermere
One Constable told the Advocate when E Forde. M. Dowries, 1..
that he had not seen so much Clarke. E. Clarke, M. King, C.
rrafnc In the City since Easter. Long. O. Lovell and W. Gibbs ed to,lay to have stolen the
This is because of the Whitsuntide were admitted In to the great coastal paddle steamer "Samoke'
holiday. Brotherhood. Well boys, con- from a Ashing hamlet north of
Most of the people In the City *Ta,s to. >'ou Th" hi your first Calais and set sail across the
bad to do their last shopping yes- **P and we trust you to do your Channel,
terdav as shops and starts will be g,,!" UP lo l" ''* of ^ _,
Monday. It was un- g^Afioc Caj.,u'rds-.P?'"* and. ship.
WantedToSee
England: Stole
Fishing Boat
l-ONDON. May 27
Two young Frenchmen with an
irgc to see England were report'
The Unions contend that the cir- supiirt, and he had no doubt th.nl
cumstances deeply concern labour when it was referred back to him
and the delegation should contain (01 ' loiiiinenls, he would Ian
at leasl one full-fledged Unionist, the ueeessnry action.
The Unions also placed on record Tl t meeting was called to lie.o
their objection to the selection of a i- t>) Ml TUCMr on llu sub
the lion Cllve Beaubrun on the jeet. after which it would be aseer-
ground thai he Is a Nominated Ulni i whathar UM members, a-
Member .ind not in position to planters, were willing to join ir
rspeak on behalf of any constitu- a COH>paratiVt cffoii lo put UM
ency. scheme again into operation Thoj
could readily appreciate the fa*'
thi.t 11 was useless fm the Daparl
Bienl of Agriculture lo g'> |Mad
wiih the aenaina unlaai they wars
' lha eo-uperatlon of the
I V-.HI I \ ., ' -."
of fact, tite ugBjastlon bad doom
director of the Depart-
n -lit that bafoea inythfcng ! dona
,i joint meeting of the Association
rig i d ba eaiied rs/thal Um whofc
position could hi put baton
F.B.I. Um-ovorrt Clur
In Slaying Of
I cnuili Lawyer
Cpl. Worrell naid on aU) M .
consequence of a report receiveo
he wen) to Dalkellh Road and saw
two cars which weie involvad i
a collision. Duguid admitted that
he was lh driver of one of the
ean
Mi KeLgJOd. further i
and disqualliled DugUkfl
iths.
NEW YORK. Ma>
Tha Nrw York Daily TIbm-----
in u copyrighted fclory on Saturday mei bers to find out whethe
llul ine Manl Hui-rau of lines- not they were in favour of
Ugation has uncovered a major scheme
clue in the Bahamas slaving of
Bell% Itenner attrachvv Washing-
ton. D.C. lawyer. The new evi- Ml Tlu Kl.r tuln xM mvmlH>v
A Few Kacts
deuce linking
prominent flgt
death
.ith
there lo give then
. "^ iniv ii> -hi- llli
optn
closed
fortunate that Ihe day
i so hot
NOW CUBS
on both sides of the Channel ...
_oa- r.hr*nhelt i^ "th. . Fshrennell in uie snaae cnaps bec,,mc ntppy Wolf Cubs Coaitauards at Dover said thiit
and this made many pause be- of the Garrison Pack. There was wind and tide would probabU
tween shopping lo have a cool an investiture of some little chaps take the craft. If handled incx-
"'l"11 ^ wno nflVC been undergoing the pertly, towards the Dutch coast
On the other hand mauby necessary preparation for the past
vendors and refreshment carls did few months under a.very keen Folkestone police reported that
a brisk trade with one set of and energetic Cubmadtfr and his the "Samoke", a pleasure boat
people while another set faithfully two Asslstsnts We wish them, used for trips round Calais Har-
oatronised Goddard's Restauranl. "Cubbers" and Cubs alike, good "bour. was taken from the fishing
the Manhattan and Eagle Clubs bunting. flvillage of Audres late Thursday
and the Brkleetown Club. - r__ .- )'
THE PLAT "Red Riding Hood" BW Em Bni
w' nresente-i at Sharon Through the courtesy of the
Moravian School-room to a large British Council Representative.
audience on Friday niaht. there was a film show at llead-
Th" east romorlsed member* o' quarters on Friday night last,
fhe Sharon Moravian Church. The The highlight of the show was
net(ng was fond, nn** the whole seeing the West Indies cricket
plav, presented in four scenes, team at the nets. The boys howl-
I light or early Friday.
The two Frenchmen were Bald
to be aged 30 and 20--fteuter.
well executed.
Refused To Sell
Bananas: 2
ed with delight at the appearance
of each of the players, especlulh
Skipper Goddard and Frank Wor-
rell who, incidentally, is an old
ScoKt.
That's all for this week, chaps,
so unUI next week end it
Is CHEERIO r
SYLVIA HARRIS a 49-year-old
hawker of Bridge Cot. St. George,
was fined 2 to be paid In three
months or in default one month's
imprisonment by His Worship Mr.
E. A. McLeod yesterday.
She was found guilty of refus-
ing lo cll bananas to Wilbert Way St Michael
on May 27. when he
Involved In
Accident
Hill,
10 Killed In
Powder
Explosion
BOGOTA. Colombia. Mav 27
At least 10 persons weie killed,
14 others injured and six build-
ings were destroyed on Friday by
ar. explosion of powder stored In
a dry goods store at Neiva. 15u
miles southwest of Bogota. DIs-
Stches lo the newspapers "El
rmpo" and "El Liberal" fr<
Sir Marry Onkes^.cc-ilru- lrllih ,, ,.,, ,,, w, ,,
millionaire U teini inv.-.M,ale b> tBI Mid Ihe Slale IK-p.,l,m-l,l. ,hc ,.lrcu|nr ,,, , u,.,,.,,,,, ,,.,
and a hreuK in Ihe eaa? Is near, a-.., ,,i,, .J,,,u mil Un
SS0". J".*.0";^^'^."'1"'' wul.1 U- able lo ,l",on,e-
menl ol Jualke lawyer w. '" jJJI J^SSi II..I
strangle and beaten lo death '"' "J" J", ''""'" .,' '!
while ..ealiohin, lul April Ka?dli? Z. TS. iS
Sir Harry was killed In LSM3. planMra had eoUabonited in ti>-
Count Alfred de Miingnv. son- ing to stamp out ihe menace. Tha'
In-law of the tilled Canadian >id gone on until 193W. although
mining magnate was acquitled of some planters had conjjnued tK-etlt
slaying Sir Harry after a sensa- picking after that year
tional trial during which De The question was. wars UM)
Marigny's wife, the former Nan- going ' sit and allow (heir fleldi
cv Oakes, testified in his defence. *0 be ravaged again; Twent>
The Oakes-Ue Marlgny marring.- >cars ago the only method known
annulled recently. The news wai to wait for the beetle to cmne
and then grab it. They now had
ridence Indicates that M:
Renncr ran across previously un-
disclosed evidence in the Oakes
case The paper adds, fhe was
known to have met ;< man who
was associated with Oakes
belter method" Plowing was one
-illthough plowing was not -ut
able for every typo of soil
In Puerto Rico
The tuvtk wag also eaiuii
who was a witness III the De trouble m Puerto lino. Mr TUCh
Marlgny trial a few days before giltd, un.i in thai lounlrj the* v.
her partly nude body was found using aou fumlginti. But wh
wedged in an opeti well In a pine grag lUllabM la one part of fl
forest. Miss Renncr w.is accom- world was not alwayi fNtttabli
panied on the Nassau trip by a anotner He thought II would Ik
friend Alice MacDonald of New a food laa foi them to hud out
York. They stayed at Lost House, how Australian planlrri hud suc-
a Nassau reaort. Since Mis* ceeded with the use of Gs
FRESH
Flower &
Vegetable Seeds
AT
WEATHERHEAD'S
Csbhaga, Carrot. Beet. Let
tuce, Tarnlp. Okra. Tonato,
Eggplant, Leak Kohl llu I i ('-'
i\. i i Parsnip, Caullflowar,
Or ass. Parsley, Oucuaibsr,
8(|tiasli (Ti Kinds). Radish (3
Kinds). Thyme. Calory, Swast
Marjoram. Watarnwlon. Pep-
per (5 kinds). Pumpkin, m-i .
Cli.ii.l I'l.in-.t- Cabbage, Mil*
Uid.
anapdragon (2 kinds). Zinnia,
Candytuft. Petunia. Marigold
(I kinds) Phlos. t-.tm.itmil.
Coreopus, Co-mos. lalrla,
A l y m it ni. ChrysanUisniiiui.
Hollyhock. Ageratom, (lmll.it
dla. Larkspur. Portulaca, Vsr-
ban*. Dahlia, Calllop-i-. Naa-
l'i. I'lin Lupliu. Balnam, Dm
hloia. 8weitt William. Uodotla,
Nigella. Swoet Psas In
colonm. Delphinium.
Ost your supply to day from
uiirci:
WEATIIERHEAI)
LTD.
Uonel Gill of My Lord
I injured last nigh: Neiva, the capital of Huila Depart-
nvolved In an ac- ment. said the commercial area of
- cident with the molor bus E44 the city was badly shaken bv tha
Way said on May 27 he wen ..long Baxter's Road. blast The panic-stricken resi-
to Harris who had a basket of Gill wa ahortly after laken to dents were described as having
bananas with about five or six Irip General Hospital where he was run headlong for open areas under
hands In it. When he asked her detained the impression that It wa* an
to sell him two shillings worth of The motor bus. the property of earthquake It was sairi that a
bananas she bluntly refused. He the Leeward Motor Bus Company, cigarette butt carelessly thrown
then reported the matter to the was driven by Clalrmonle Lavine u)de had caused the explosion
police. of Mile i QuarWr. St Peter Caa. ~
MacDonald's return UM "News"
says she had received several
telephone ealU from a hysterical
woman who Is believed to have
tuld MaSJ MacDonald to keep
quiet about anything she might
know. Calls were purported lo
have come from the maid at Loat "'"tit that the root bor,
House. Hut the "News" says It *,* ht-ginnlng to sh
understands that the F B.I has
eherked calls and found they did
not come from the maid.
With Ihe ptMNnaa of fhe root
borrr. itaara could i
mote than five tons of runes per
in re In his opinion Barbados,
eould not afford such a la
economy. There was no doubl
men-
f up
Mr. Tucker then drew pntuies
n the hlacklM,>r effect of the root borer damag"
Press. After that, there was n dlscus-
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SITJDAY ADVOCATE
SUNDAY, MAV U. 11M
WE ARE ALL
GOING WRONG
A Century And A Hall
Of Healing
1* .\oriuan IlilUuii
YOU ahvvs hear it Mid that
clwir men usually marry idly
Take it Irom Mr. Alfred
Acker munii. tMa is not true. On **_
lit Sillii ^ Hobiu
the contrary, he uy. they tend ? ?i^lvflV
to marrv womer. who are them- '!*,'.',' t"
ui..u ~.na,,,.i "' " *""ir Moai people wxmid pooh-jiooh
I/ie niOi)r*rlun Thai you ore lrier
tfi the niormny than at lighl
Bu' tas* happens to be true-
'Thf cK-erf of cartilage lieiwreii
the 1M veil- nre * the imckhnn.-
\id eoili#rli^ to the pressure
'ht of thf body
when II i tract, .nil expand
when the body la recumbent
II * remr..anl> held Chat
weftien g*| more ^"-iUw
UHW men. Rut d lh- ,
rrsJlj have a mare drllrat-
ear-ffar tnuwlr. a finer apart--
elation of coloar. a snare
llMTlmlnatinx sense of BSeirh
or smell than we eoarser
selves exceptional.
Mr Ackermann, who is B2 yeara
old. should know, for he haa apent
38 years ilehuaking anoat of our
mistaken MM <+ierisbed beUefs.
So fai he and an 87-year-eld
assistant. Mi J W. Jams, have
found that raore than 2.000 at
them are wrong
IVIiru nonirn do
Ikr hmiliiili
.-iithrul ensanreihig stu-
k-! air Ackerrmiran first heard
thai men are always the
tnd women the hunted.
ltd l" Ma* thl< widely
held -.1 pinion
He discovered that more often
the reverse- was true Among
other proofs was the evidence
H naadale-iluss maniaaa
men in ChtchMC 1 adroUMd
hev h;.rl Arsl been seduce* by^a
woman. ,
Again, ererywheie he went he
wa* told that character eooid be
road frem the face HERE are
Bui Mr Ackermann established Mr. Ackermann* debunking,
throuch the experts thai there Is The leoendarv *-
. !. between the sir*
and shape of the head and ability
sort.
Nor does the eomplexlan
forehead, asse chin or any
other feature bear a known
relation to psyrholoilcal
Is it praM lltM a baker's fradV
tti health u"
,mi muscles Th*V T,'e '1"""'n "^ ;trr""1* lkr "
, * SESSh^aSLaJTSS
dlera. bricklayers, and ttlmk-
311 sllghtlv above the r~or these letters.indicate
ivsragv of Fellow and Member gained
Mftaaal mortality rate Britain's Royal College of Su.
occurs among innkeepers and geona which for ISO year* ana

It - M aware aaiurernu*
la prick yosrarir wMh a pin
II.. neeaUe. Neither metal
i--.li the leading collage uf surgei
in Uritain.
experimental research k.
: Client of surgery, I
Buckaton Browne, a London
geon. In ItfSl endowed the farm
in the English county of m
which now bears his name,
coat of f 100.000. A recent President
the College, Lord Webb-
.ewe Uoiveruty of Glasgow. The'stab, Johnson, years ago recognised
,f the purchased the more extensivo
thoe collection of John Hunter on his
Jeath for 115,000 and entrusted
tt to the newly founded :Royal -^-fr J|nrio^ y^ fl,
-ouege 01 Surgeon, for prfsetva- m*n"*2u^d "nSfwT for the
provision of collegiate and nodal
Damaged la War araamltloa.
John Hunter may be said to be
MEN and women lattMad W >urae of their 'P*V "^*,r* Q,
uaace.IV. -he.r run the Mtt**l WiUiam taft hto M"~"J ' *"?. ^
MJt.CS. ^rU- Un,verty *' Glaow. T*JJ* "her ipVct.1 need-thc provlalon
MMBM1 M nvuo ct.aiF Oa the lrcliaied the more ^ of J rPS7ll.lllllll coIlege for y
Uawntt. apan fro : thost collection a(Jn IJ wnl surgeon, from overt**.. In
the Egliso speeJiUig Ppl* ** /_" *lS? f^dedTtoyal l^ord Nuffleld the tor a
____u for preserva-
and purpoaes of instruction
Student, of all algflionalllli I I
admitted through the > rent
of the spacious rlRaal
on the south lidr
Fields In the heart of LoaataO
me periods in Britain recently many have re:ui-.
rurderer was appre- (Hke part In tht 150th anniv
ever* seven murders of the institution.
Mat aa ejorfty.
"Murder will out Statist
nave itu* proverb wrong.
During
"^^a
'KEPLER'.'
Higorous teats bv modern
science go to show that scene of
these belief* are fnr from the
IMMaV
Tlir rtwj>e wm
i. barabcH. fake
examples of
9l*areM. IMMI UvvS
(I. r* M.t-il Arniatla
THE
1 :, : U I'f ..I Olil Eiig- i- .1 v ,. r j; ina a Man.
li.nd" ,> not .if su.h undent origin )30tt and a Fellowship o.
We defeated the Spanish Armada Surgeons in 1369. In thos
on bacon, and Cromwell's Iron- .Jm; b:.rber* attended tc
n-nup their victorious minor ailments, ev
rnrneaaggMl stews. e|om.n.ta. a H1HMI1
Vou donr tin.oliv marru your i-iun-
../(J .All.-. "
Harmony prevails over contrast
in human mating by five to one.
W. ,,- ,. ,,..v ..tuar'ed \.\ ^ like ourselves
UN father' of modern surgery The College d and the Huntcnan Muieum, con- undergraduate odic.l Jj*
siantly being added to until It hut it work, m close MngW
I building reached a total of 66.000 .pec.- with other medical ;'-'">*
fen men., was the most important particularly the Royal College ol
ai .1 collection of it. kind in the world Phyalclans of London and the
0 until 1941 when it was largely BrIUah Med.cal AMOcUti'm The
sary destroyed bv a bomb during an air examining body consists of 20 of
rUd Fortunately. U.e oulk ol ttM Hrilam. m^J^nem '"I**0
110.000 book, belonging to the who examine both for the higher
tow. College had been remevod to tna degree of Fellow as well
h country at the beginning of Worlt or Member
lurther than 1M yeara, in ;h. ca"e War 11 and so escaped destruC'
of six centuries, for hi tana.
"Ob the go** all day and gTOwiag, too;
a. waW caaldre* aaW extra ouriahaaaat.
Grea taama Keplar' sad see aow they tarfv*
ud gate weight it is rich in the vitamin
their growing bodies aaaaaw Iu maliy..weei
aaavaat ia aa plea, at to*. Adalta will
uad 'iTaflar* a real aOaagiaaaar
hi
Uke a.
U
mwnv 1 kMraUtM (
igln goea beck
that
Id i
..
. ai iy
mat!
Every two years wen
the
tmM
Tnc shidant's appetite for the
Wag \chened He had al-
wars beer, taught by his father.
u civil enabaear In Kensington, to
i;e meti-r. iu* In thought, and so
t hobbv in tiUpam of stupidities
*ind old v ive>' tales beeasne an morv
trrerrtdlni pacrioO .. .... .
Oo i/ou accept fliai NVro #dkUed
l>OI 'C kNIf lMa> *0r he taafrhed Rome bairn'
hut balh- ** ar" WTOntl-
Indian Rope
Trick hoa nrrer bren performed.
In this Illusion which many
British soldiers ir India claim to
have witnessed, a rope i* thrown
into the air and a boy climbs up
it. vanishing at the lop. What the
soldiers saw was a bamboo fake
A man doe* not have one
fewer rlba than a woaaan.
Each haa 12 pairs.
Gold is popularly thought to gentle :> thou wive*
be Ihe moat valuable metal, but _
tin.- nre al least eiRht raetaU IfOal I fMMir WhUala,*
>- vniir I.......
Only Temporary
Appeasement
Hunterian Oration delivered 1 1
honour of the great lath century
.-; ;, ... pioneer. Other lecture. cOBr-
nicmorate Sir Erasmus Wilson.
President of the College in 1681.
who left 200.000 to it In hia will.
There Is a lectureship in honour
The Fellowship is England
foremost gWMeat oecr* Had moat
be held by those who aspire to a
post on the staff of any leading
hospital. Honorary BMaajraaataM
are occasionally granted, some-
times as a recognition of public
service, but more often to over-
seas surgeons, eminent in their
ailing. Today the activities of
The Albert Hall h, oat
round. It la oval, much linger
from north 10 south.
'1 ic dues not walk up the
aisle, she walks up the nave.
and doves are not particularly
peacefulthe. fight
neighbours and are
Each y.illd i^d gurgeo
their rolls and uuth-rti Ui
examine m oroflciency eandi .a es
and to report to the
AMermen caws of faull nr u.ik
of skill Oenerations nf rival;
not
rahnrnoted hi 1S40 with Ikl t.. 1}*ogn,"e,i, D>,
with thefr bodies into new eompti% o. The departments
Barbers and Surgoont. but Uie Pathology leach t
appe;porii:> t^^?*
and ai Ac: of Parbair.rM In it'
established the barbers a 10 gos>
gvons as separau> eBgflgal
..cm tm m m1.-1.n-41 m, .----- callll Today
.,( Thomas Vlcary who wu Un- 1(w Co, tave raMny miMn
lir.t UalUr ol the eompanj |lonf , mcdl| ,tt,,n, nd JU
roratd by Ihe amalgamation ol |nucwx beconiea more pro-
thc Batom' and Su.geoos Guild* mmiCti ch Snce iaM
in the 16ih cenlury. hat i^, the cni,( ncciulal
__ .. .. ^ fc body in Dentistry, and now, in
The noble work th College lu. confUMllon wllh Roy^
done lor humanity ha* bni Con.g> of HnBrM, it granti
philanlhroptaUU ^juj^uate dtp!
of Anatomj-and J ,. ,ubjls
omas In many
The violin wu not Invented
want
Mag* he aesrehed for
ill fruit* of this search
gfli bg K.v.-n U> the world next
week, when Mr Ackermann pub-
lishes a half-million word book
Popular Fallacies" (Old West-
minster Press. 30s..
Mr AcKen-.ann guotas medical
source* to dlsrredit the common
it plenty of hot baths
rtod for us. He concludes that
.- impair rather than Improve
health, and that two a week are
By suffldent.
"I .'ilr.MHii flfsMt-rs
iirt- liiirmlt'Hs
idea that exercising the
reatl the mind is exploded.
1 id In his book that "no
uih'ete waa ever a genius, and no
intellectual trion can be much
f an athlete."
Why? Because all faUgue Is.
at bottom, of one kind and the
drain on the total store of energy
conlinuo.v
Do iigi. refrais fnnx eatimi trti
appfe at siflht because it is
leiide;."
If so you are needlessly deny-
ing yourself an enjoyment be-
cause fruit before bed "need not
be Rvxaded more than any food
which 11 easily digested."
Do you r.fu*.' fo sleep uiih
/lowers in your bedVooni because
you imagine fhev r+liatr the air*
Mr. Ackermann show, that the
breathing of plants Is so slight a
disadvantage that It would take
a full-.r*d oak tree to do the
same damage B5 an ordinary gas
or lamp flame
rioreac- Nightingale rightly
said mil the carbonic acid ga.
given oif by a vase of cut flowers
would no; ptiison a fly.
I. It true thai a fro.tu winter
t. more healthy thai a mild one?
The answer, acording to Mr.
Ackermann. Is no.
Statistics compiled over 30
years rhow that a cold winter i.
unhealthy, o mild winter healthy,
hot summer always unhealthy, until thr sixteenth
Australiait si % anothe Kng
Itshmaoi named Dampli
years earlier.
Trevllhlrk he
Oesege MO-
phrnwM. gsff mproved IL
IF >- .it f.ii oire wet and vou The Koyal College of Surge'int
have B keep your boots on, whose Members today number
many say it Is a good thing to nornc 25,000, with 3,000 VHow:.
pour whisky into the boots. The wot constituted In its : resem
answer Is: No. don't waiite it. bulUlins in 1800 The tamou-
Whisky causes a sensation of Museum and Library are oVv
mlh but does nnt rnlse the parx or the direct teachi:
temperature RovaI colleje for wu
The alcohol in it ev^pora*e< building are lecture royins 1 -
apldly than water, so th> Aiiich regular courses in rgi
loss of heat Is Itaaely to be greater and kindred subjects are r 'ii
with whisky in the boots. the greatest experts Vglli
asa .-____g_ mme 3Ji0n post-grodu:.te -
IPHlle-riamii H ch ssj0
flin eo?f-,?,,.!uTVav that S6lnc of ,neif aaaWaTal
....1 fr.*n straying J** / **
eet has no Edward Arris, Master <..
. ..pboard love, hers and Surgeon*, in If .,
One cat hung around for days John dale. tallow niei^i
in ihe hope of getting s spoonful Twelve Ilun'eilan lectui*
.. ,,),. <>ii given ..'... aar i:i nrvnecti' 1
Chnropher Cohimbus did no* v-llh the llunteriau Museum. Ihi
gtacover America -- 1 tm the *<;> "> surgical science ol the
Cabofs 0/ Bruiol *rual 8th century .-vp-
N..i oiu Captain Cook discover John Hunter The Science ui
surgery in the 18th
received a tremendous hnsetui
through the researches of John
Hunter and his brother Wiliiauv
Both accumulated large collections
of surgical specimens l-i
U prolessor)
eiLdowmsnt of
100.000 from the late Sir William
Collins who also gave a similar
sum for the ScienUfli
menu in general
KEPLER'
CSS urss tu with nail siiaacr
3S A iURHOOGHS WtLLCOHE 4 CO. "OOUCT
I CaNtai- tS. M ~. Saraaa
^tg*
Experimental Research wnrtfTIly
Iti'cognlBlng the necessity for past.
Plans are now advanced for she
restoration of the buildings haft
__. derelict by wartime bombing
r*" The Royal Collage of Surgeons .a"
future will be even more
housed than In
Far from chop
ue> being the
> ational Chin-
as* dish. It If
never eaten by
Chinese
not a black man
tlan soldier.
r.i .
Nor did Dick Turpin
... York, and he never bad
And 1a the "in- named Black Bess.
rmsLlL! Di i^y o*h<- <*""
L r.iiiiitnan a I *
Ui
asWe nhleematir Throu<"1 C-orentrv. c
n.i
noli
King
When-
Colds
strike
Phrnsic!
Two tablets of Fhenaic with a little
will quickly check 1 cold or chill. P
soon clears The head, takes away the _
ing pain behind the eyes, the aches in the
limbs, the distracting headache, and helps
to bring the temperature down. But beat
of til, Phentic relieves the depression and
fatigue that so often accompanies colds
md chills. Be prepared for colds keep
a supply of Phensic bandy.
No Hals
quarrelsome, ha-
ttle to hysteria,
and his reputed
calm is either
stupidity or 4e-
liberately culti-
vated.
KSn John
lonld neat Mi-ir
KING JOHN did 1
Mana Carta he COVMti I ev
Frank*
Not did the nrlginni Cl lore'.la
I gla^i alippei.
iisteln f fur and the arras n
man- translating from French foil lot
onlv remains for
lo discover thai Mr. -\ kei
has sometimes been >i
garden."
and a cold summer healthy.
Yon art* lallrr
In Ihe morning
MANY mothers like to see
their children grow Into "big
bo*-; In the subconscious belief
that chubby children must be
healthy Mi Ackermann saya
this Is nn: necessarily so.
Fat children are often back-
ward in walking on account of
even if he played the lyre he was
ctill 50 miles away from Rome
t the time.
Ibfun llrmii ui*-.
wit* mil a fop
1 always pictured K
AND have .
B-au Brummel as a fop? He
never extravagant In dress.
He thought it the very worst
of taste to attract attention by
liis clothes
You can't Veep dandruff
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youthful vigour and stays in your headnot in your comb.
i't Pi Silirknn in acwe cotes
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A* a tilth snasnaffar .freiUng
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SUNDAY, MAY 28, ltM
SfNDAY HlVOl \TI
PACE n I VI \
inn Mi'iis OF SCIENCE]
WHAT MAKES LIFE TICK ?
DURING the last u
mankind has icqim >
oral new aceoinph-.hu..
Tii bli- up cities sad
ore efficiently/ usiwy Uw
p..v.*r of ihe atomic nucleus,
and
To use p. ...Trafi-iy radiations
for extending our knowledge of
the lau'i of nature vr for medi-
i-ol -r.'atmrnt. or for causing
injury and d.-al'i.
Here la the story of what we
learned.
By 1938 the study of the in-
vldes of tSt atom the atomic
"nucleus" following on the
work of Rutherford, m
triad oa jU over the
woild for the sake of pure know-

R.JII-... Wrk
THE PEl'UUAR behaviour 1
the ii-mium nucleus had been
hard to explain, und its study.
atartrd by Fermi in Rome, was
rursued by Hahn in Berlin.
A brilliant piece of work by
Hahn and his colleagues supplied
the clue, which was recognised
by Frisch and I-ise Meitner, then
in Scandinavia: the bombard-
ment In the laboratory of the
uranium atom had not merely
chipped a piece off its central
core, but had shattered it.
The fragments gave more
Spectacular results than had been
seen in atom splitting before
In a matter of weeks there
were physicists playing with the
"fission" of uranium in almost
anv modem physics laboratory.
What excited the experts was
the indication of large fragments
from a nucleus being thrown
around with great force, confirm-
ing that the uranium nucleus had
split in two.
An Avalanche
IT WAS SEEN early in 1939
Uut in this process, caused by
neutron new neu-
trons were ejected which could
shatter further uranium nuclei.
In suitable conditions one
might expect an avalancae to
start, which would soon oUc-t
not only a few atoms, bui 'jilll-
tons. and then a million millions
and then a million million
millions of atoms, which is lust
about a visible and weigri.ible
quantity of matter.
It was also seen at once that
it was not an easy matter to
create the right conditions for
such an avalanche.
Any scientist could work out
on the back of an envelope that,
if once you could get such an
avalanche going, and keep if
going until a few pounds of
uranium had been used up, this
would release in one blow the
same amount of energy as burn-
ing several thousand tons of coal.
If this would work, it would
represent | military weapon of
unprecedented power. This was
the position when war broke out.
Now it was no longer a search
for knowledge: It became a mil-
itary project.
Slorinu-up
IN MANY countries teams got
to work, and in 194? the United
States Government decided to
invest hundreds of millions to
make the atomic bomb.
In August IMS an atom bomb
was dropped on the city of
Hiroshima. In Japan, destroying
the greater part of the dry and
causing about 100.000 casualties.
A second one caused similar
destruction In Nagasaki
Since then the American fac-
tories have continued, and pre-
sumably a fair number of bombs
are now in store, or could bo
readily assembled.
'Hydroeen Bomb'
NOW A NEW factor arises in
the "hydrogen bomb."
This would draw Its power, not
from the splitting of heavy
Wonders thai may yet come
from Atomic Research
This is the source from whu-n
the sun derives its power; inside
the sun. for example, hydrogen,
the lightest of all elements, is con-
vertM into helium.
To do this, one has to overran-
Ibfl trauj repulsion that trie* to
prevent the close approach of uu;
two atoms, and this means tha
On* Ita* to work at temperature-:
I urea similar to thine
centra of the sun.
The suggestion has been mad i
thai an ordinary" atomic bomb
ran be used to 'Ignite" a BMM
Bv I'riifessor
R. r. PI '! IM.S
C.B.E. F.R.S.
President a the Atomic
scientists Association
ut hydrogen or other light material
by heating it to such fantastic
temperatures.
But this is not a simple proposi-
tion. If it succeeded there wuuKI
be in practice no limit to the
amount of hydrogen that could be
set off in this way, and, therefore.
it would be feasible then to make
bombs enormously greater In pow-
er than the present atomic bombs
We do not know, however, how
much still remains to be done be-
fore this idea will become a reality
Our Iresearch
In this country, where work on
atomic energy had been pooled
uitn America's during the war,
good deal of work baa been done
aince at Harwell, Berkshire, and
in other places controlled by the
versatile Ministry ol Suppi>
Two piles (atomic reactors) are
now in operation at Harwell. They
are intended for research and to
produce radioactive elements tot
scientific purposes.
In principle such piles also pro-
duce plutonlum, which is one of
the three known materials foi
atom bombs, but It is clear that
the present Harwell piles are not
on a serious scale for bomb pro-
duction.
The same is true of the pile at
the Canadian laboratory at ChalK
River. Bigger piles are under
construction on a site in Cumber-
land.
The concentrated fuels produced
by such piles are the starting pon.i
for the manufacture of bombs as
well as work on atomic power.
Another big factory will be built
at Capenhurst, near Blrkenhcad.
Meanwhile Russia has also pro-
duced an atomic explosion. Evi-
dently Russia, too. has built pro-
duction plants and overcome the
many technical difficulties 'in the
design of a bomb.
It Is true we do not know the
size of their factories, or how long
they havo been going.
We also do not know whether
the gadget that they exploded was
suitable as a bomb or perhaps tor
bulky or too delicate for that.
However. If the Russians do not
have any actual bombs now. then-
is little doubt they could soon
make some.
Th-fencc Problem
Whether one tninks about the
military value of the bomb, it is
dear that an atomic attack again-1,
this densely populated island
would be a major disaster.
Iom not envy the job of
the Civil Defence Chiefs who have
to plan for such a situation.
One often hears contradictory
stories about the insidious effects
letlva ra>s in such ,. raid
A uumb does indeed pi
its explosion a large quantity of
radio-active material, which for
some time afterwards continues
to give off lethal radiation.
But if the bomb explo i
ah"i as it did in Japan, the souro
I ingstroQi raj I
i.M uh tin- Ban
the top of the ntmosph...
ol bar! bbVobm
Seme of the PMpIo on tftM
ground will be mjuuii or killed
by rays produced at t
of the OMlaaiOB bul no dange-
will leiiui:
.tea later.
Kffec* on Water
In an under-walir explosion
11 \; lasJoa products get mixe-i
up with the column of water thai
It thrown up, and Mime will com"
down lo the ground again, and
may make the all.
I
Whether it would be feasible,
for instance, to drop u bomb in
fur tln> [nn j
quite clear, nor wttethi
likely to be tried itOfia the extent
or blast damage would tend to be
rather less
Hut it cannot be rule.;
possibility, and fro bava in i>-
prepared if war romes for either
kind of attack
But if our slalom, n i n Bfl I k%|
to steer us clear "f \>..i , mi.iU
be able to develop properly tha
benefits of atomic energy.
I mU materials
which may be si>ch an I
ctruse of injury from the bomo
are in small QlatnUtsM, i
ful tool for research in man*.
fields
They consist of atoms which are
like the atoms uf ordinary matter
in every way save that they can
be recognised l>> the "pnni
rays that they send out.
This gives the scientist the pos-
sibility i,, label atoms and studv
their habiU, jul at tin |j
birds are studied by putting rin^i
Medical researchers, chemists.
metallurgists and many >:
now learning the new techl
of timers (as these labelled atoms
are called), and the importance
of this new tool can probably bo
compared to the invention of the
microscope.
Testing Blood
To choose an example:
A doctor siudtfttio (he circula-
tion of blood in an injured limb
way nou> inject a small amount of
radioactive chemical into f he blood
stream, u'tiich u>ilt yo around toifh
the blood, and can be delected
from outside the body by one uf
the many loiailli'r radiation de-
fectors tta* hai'e been ineenlrd
The amount of radial
U. of course, fai In*
cause dumage to the patient
The doctor seen at once Hum far
the blood vessels contain stagnant
blood and how far it u being
rapidly replaced by the circulation
Another case arises in studying
fertilisers. To see whether |
chemical is readily taken ud by a
plant we need only "label" some ,
of the contents of the fertiliser
and later place the plants under)
a radiation detector.
This shows whether the
chemical which the plant ha*
used doea come from the isrtil
iser or from other sources in th
soil
Plains for Power
Bul to produce all the Ira.-.i
elements neces&aiv Cot Otis kli i
i>i research some quite small pile*,
would suffice.
Bigger installations are neces
sary if one wants to maka ton*
power.
There is no scientific reason
why one should not be able to
build a plant of the size of. snv
. which'
tomumed uranium rather than
coal, and which would not ni-ed
to be continuously supplied with
fuel, since a pound of uranium
can produce as much heat a*
5,000 tons of coal.
In such a plant the stokinn plant
and the boilers would be reptarcii
by an atomic pile constructed tc
withstand great heat, and thb
would raise steam.
The rest of the station, with lot
turbines, generators, aixi centr >1
gear would look much the same
as today.
There are, however, a great
marry engineering difficulties in the
vay. and in spite of intense re-
warch no one has yet built oven
a model plant giving useful power
May Not Pay
Within the next few years, how-
ever, we can expect to see such
riodei plants, and perhaps a real
power station. And stilt it v..,y
not be a payuisr proposition
Electricity from atomic power
stations cannot be much eheapti
timn the present rale, und may
wall be more expensive.
We may, therefore, think o)
atomic power as another source
when reserves of coal and oil are
exhausted, and perhaps to be used
i:i the near future to augment '
M.pplios.
More specialised uses of atomic
power are sure to arise The need
for hulkv shielding usually Uuck
walls Of concrete and lead ,>t
.steel, to absorb the dangerous
rays moans that no atomic power
plant is ever likely to wo
uuui 100 tons.
This, of course, rules out use in
cars or trains Ship propulsim
may be a possibility, though ai
cigliio small enough for a ship
Will probably have to run on con-
cent rated atomic fuel, and hence
ix uneconomical.
For a warship this might still
b< of Interest, as it would elimin-
b) rafuelling.
Uao in planes might one da;
band towards bigger planes
Mined Far Ahead
All this is tilt result of th
prngretui of science up to te-
vcara ago. Usually the time lap
U-tween basic science and tangi
DM result* ii much longer.
The front line of research in
physics has moved far ahead al-
ready of the problem of the
uranium fission.
Tho aim of this work is lo get
U understand the law> of nature
end to see what make., thing.
Hex.
As one sets out on this cxpUm
tlon, it Is impossible to any where
one will end up nud what practi-
cal powers, If any, will come out
M by-product.
The work of the next decade
may bring some practical inven-
tions as important as that
atomic energy, but equally, ..
more likely, ft may merely get ug
a little further in satuuyuig oui
curiosity about the laws of nature
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SUNDAY ADVOCATE
SUNDAY. MAY IS. 1850
70,000 Ton
Flour Mill
For Jamaica
'- .
Iteauti&tu.ii- i-c "* ui|hmwj>
Utwwi a .vw.nm'-n.
and Jo*.rph Ft-i ik l.nniH-il of Eng-
land (or the local manul
flour in m*et ihf dt'm.ii
ntaricci
In their proponb, ihr companv
envisagf in* i-stnhliBhi'
mill capable of productn*. in Ihc
ariy tages 70.000 tons of flour
mill product" each year, work.ru
on a thr.-e-sn.ft tr*.-... Ii* Mo *
and pr<>vi person*.
The Rank Organicti..ii
Ing a license to manufacture Bow
for a period of 1< ycitf. the un-
dertaking to be capitalised in th"
rafton <>( .29O.0(H). with nearly
onehuir of thin capital bef
ed on the locnl market.
Intention ul tin

-a.
TUB M-:W PFTBCM. STATION ,,f Four KoaoV ?. Johi. ..ei.i-d on Thtirxrfav la-:
Chamber Of
Comment Diwuiw
Federation
aaaa .
iH'iUon with their operation-. .-.
maintain two local veaBtal I
total tonnage of 8.000 Umi
stanl operaliun The e-ttaWmhm*n'.
of the plant would create a sub-
stantial savings in dollar expen-
diture for the island, it i* held b)
the company
Credit Union
Gets Insurance
Service
B.G. Civil Servants Take
Action On New Demands
Adn
..ft.
radii
KINGSTON, Junin
The Jamaica Credit
League li.is announced that,
year* of negotiations, the i
Union National Association of
North America Co-op Insurant.-
service, both loan ami 1 r- laving*
have definitely been secured fOl
the movement in Jain-urn
By loan protection Jamaica
Credit Unions will now he pi-
teeted for tfu iir-t time in uV
e\-ent of death or permanent dis-
ability of th- borrower, and ti>
the extent that no charge can be
rnade against the survivor or the
iaker< of the loan. B> the I if-
jjraKkx *i->.'-i' Co < i>inirim
KINGSTON, Jamaica
A special meeting of the JaamaV I
Chamber of Commerce. Limited.
will shortly be held to discuss the
question ol the economic Man
tion of the British Caribbean.
- II he one of UM main
lu-n UW
Ineorpoi'le I nt,- Brttl b Carlbbeai
Trinidad toward
the end of next month, and incm-
hei the local chamber feel uon flm gaaattllted
"r tepreaentative* shouM rtum on this ponit. to 221 now. The
he fully acquainted with Ihetf Actocialion hail asked that 'or
clews on "ii Important Question every 10 points increase In the In-
M ess is Harry Vendreyes am. dex an allowance of 8 per cent.
c, M. PaCoeta, two Vice Chair- be granted and m aet
been tentatively ariect- svttai lhai now ask fur
New Pt'trol Station
Opened
ST JOHN, nke many "'her
a modern
Station. This
NVd t>y Mr I" A.
Reach on Thurs-
.l.iv evenu.; and Bl only a few
..here Mr
Clarke originally had a gasolene
Hoar*, Ractor * lnc
Psrwh. said I I ma aaaaaaaa wa*
ajH the residents of
that parish h.hi ' f'laike H' atranaTd >>le*d the
dactattd t opened
the ir*t
vhn. i. .1 L> Chan -
rj lied from
lie fr_
H.m'ble J. D Chandler. fcLL-C.
nejci conBrntiilated Mr Clarice on
behalf ol the people of Si John
Uial a ,* lo the credit of ,
St. John and especially the little
village of rbur Roads that Ihe
Station had been opened. He
pointed out that they now havi
around them, in the Four Roedi
I .. Universal Store. Tele-
phone Exchange. Police Station
and Gas St-Uoa.
He said that he had known Mi
i Itin (..ul... Advocate Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN
The British Guiana Civil Strain Association haa begun Clarke for many years and he had
to act in accordance wilh five resolutions passed at a present J^*" lriead to *vrryonr in St
gcrasrsJ meeting, and a series of iclegrama hav. bee drs- ..,nf a iahorar of the Parish i
p.itched i- tlie Secretary of State tor the Colonies, and mjlire,| ,mI he eannot ..-aeh
rajaoliiUoni tent i Oovennodni ranging (rom demauida for doctor the first person he oes to
I new coal housing foi C uAu. saa Is "Bob- clsrhe". he laH i1
The A leiietary <-f State whi.n pi>irt-i then wished Mr Clarke eTtry
nt dint 'inca IM1 i rm naffan- uceaes in the future.
the i,-e in the Cost of Living In- dum on the hoasnig lutt-r. Mr Wslcotl of the firm '
dex from l when ihe Aseoclu- was suhn ti. I rnmant Messrs DaCosta A Co. and M'
memornn- nd
eominitlee had
ni ul iii per cent on I
iries to all Government employ-
ees.
Bolstered
Thees i kalna n fui I
tered hv n reqtiet for a
aavathw of tiie Cnt of Llvii In-
dex baa* i Hi" Brlt-
ish Ministry of labour I
Living Index published mon.hlv
Ai a solution to the BplraUl if
Index, the Association also sug-
I) further raml
.. ...r-.. Customs dues be mi
..ngs service the total *avliia> ments 0f ,iw Lalln American Set- "sited fi-h. condenserl milk, dalr.
Of a Jamaica Credit t'nlon memwi pn,|)U. imnttoW of Teennology. has products, and a remission of duty
will be doubled lo his baneiWiar. r,redictw| a gr(.ftl future for th- on cotton piece B
upon his death. ...... UntverUty College of UM Weal -hoes and leather -hoc-, TI
Jamaica 1- now the first British Inrtt claim, would tend m keep id l
On a visit to Jamaica the aclen daa down and thai i
tist wns conducted on a tour of average worker fair value for hi
the Institution by Mr. P, M. Sher- dart warn
lock. Vice Principal and Dlrecloi The Salaries Cemmi
i Exti Mural Studies -"ome tinder lire from *ne h
"Since we in Israel started eu- """ *. "> :| fl-xiam to the See-
ie'..' ul
ed to represent the Chamber
Trinidad
Great Future
For U.C. W.I.
' KINGSTON, jamaks
Dr. Solomon Tocker, BelaciUai
..mi Directpi of the Ihrei .
runted In 1B4B with no furthei
((evelopmriit up 10 the present.
The final resolution
.he Whltlev Council, which die
Asoeiation suggests *hi
Imuar .on-titutums to thoas
iXanlng "i t" Lnited Kingdom.
Iiinidad. Jamaica and Barhajdw
i nd for all daclslopa tal
implemented promptly tha1.
the Whltlei CouncUt in thi foi-
. u have a d* It
"P- Skin
representative of th '
Petroleum Marketing Co We I
Indies Ltd., spoke on liehalf of
Ihvee firms and Mr. Skinner read
the following cable- "Please
convey 'o Mr. Clarke OUf be<
wi'hes roe iicee and prmperitv
-n Ml new venture*"
ike then thanked Canofl
t H.m*ble J n. Chandler
'or ataeliaaM after which w
l 'aaai w.i delivered bv Or \ W
:t(itUs m-lead Of i reeon.nen.tj- ^r 4).
i.. on all matters not ro-

. i tn
West Indian territory to seem",
these extraordinary Credit Union
facilities
Six Jamaictrnn
Get Scholarships
MaP's Salaries
Increased
KlN'ISf. N i
A recommend.^' on toj
lark of li i J-
nale:i Heu e I f He[iri
has been made by meml a
Printer To
Become Minister
The Church of Scotland Pres-
bytery haji decided to licence a
i Probation Mfcttitar. Mr. red ward
(; SpeUen, who is an Elder oi
St Andrew'' Kirk, Georgetown
and has done considerable
preaching and church work over
. long period of years. Mr. Spell-
ill 1? given a course
lentdlc mstll.itiun Irani serateb.' Jfarv ef Stale compl...
r. Totker -aid. I laalmaHlli UM Commission wh.ch ban l een -it
Dr.
i.robli
ler. It is my
will be a very
" f high i. triuni
ol the University Col-
ipression that i1
rious institution
one ef ur> n'
KINtiSrON. Jamaica.
Six Jamaican students hav.
been awarded scholarships ten-
able at the Untversilv College ol i 'Stance In this pan of the world
Ihe West Indies from the com- We are very happy that we have
mencement of tW* academic year
In October this yeur.
Two of the awards are Open
Scholarships offered by the Uni-
versity College In Arth
'tnblishrd contact with thi-i
ratty, to the benefit
nstitutions."
unl
Natuial
J..IH.H. ,
In Art)
S. Hi"
aovermnei
Kour a
Kxhihitioi.
Frame Estate Hits
Record Output
lAtnt Election
Petition Filed
KINGSTON. Jamaica
The last of the election petition
filed following the results ol thi
Jamaica General Rlecliotj; in De-
i September, i-tK.
I i H db i rapt rl on ;inomalic-'
h previous iiparai a't smdltten
- | endi
Seven Mnnlhs
They reported that the Jmaler
Salaries Commission bad i par)
ed fully in seven months.
The Association recommend:
that all the outstanding, matter
not yet settled by the < oi UW
slon he referred to the WhRtc
Council for roniidaialloii and
ii. i i (on, and lhal this d
Finance Committee
-Ai Budget i
bean received wfch npp*i-itn
finm UK public |
si budget estimate t- .
oi nearly .2.ooo.(io and inc.
was IntrodUaed in the leglsl.itm-i
three extra taxation
have I ten imposed to help mri
he .litlcit-
The recommendation I-
Speaker and floor mend Bl SonerlnWndont His resignation
ItotaM should[have theii n,. the "Chronlci-" -.ike.
i-pped by $51X1 from |2.TM le -Ttect an June 30, ItSb
^3.250 and the Speaker from S1..MKI ne win l* the second member
to Sa.non. Mmisters" salaiiei of ,.f the Printing SUn f the
S5.50fl would not be Increaged, hui "Chronicle" to take up the Mln-
tbey would receive idk ttorlal Uttry, the first was the no.v R
aty nnd ordained later as an
\ ahmi v. rri ler ef si Lakaa*i
Parish, We*| Coast. Demerara. His
ippoantment will begin on July
I. T>.e i.iren-iiig Service will he
held early In July
Mr. Spellen hai' been in the
printing Inislness, uttaehed to *be
Daily Chronicl- Publishing Co.
Ltd." for 31 >? years, the last 2s.
twin (he office of Printing
he placer! lK-for-- Gover,.(reni travelling to the amount if |750 J. Luke, acting Superintendent of
id the Legislative Councl f.
approval niter dlonaall il
A further recommenilat- >ri i
the Assoclatior. is that Qoven
ment nppnlnt a permnnent Pu1
He Servi
i Bartwdo* Advwui' Corte^ihim!
KINGSTON. Jamaica icmoci last nM withdrawn by wl,M n)l appoliilmenls and pro-
Sugar production ul the We*t the petitioner at the opening Of its motloiis. and questions of train-
Indies Sugar Company's Frome second day hearing in the Su- in ail(| Introduction of nee-
fcstate in Westmoreland. Jnmaiea. |ircmc Court last week. n(ijr, methods etc The revom
tas reached a record of over This was the petition of Mi mediations of thii Commission
iO.000 tons this crop to make th- L. G. Newland. B IT U General j( ir> SURgestcd. will be subi.e
Central, the highest producer in Secretary ami ex-Mayoi of King- Ul approvul bv the Governor in
the British West Indies with the ston. seeking to unseat Mr. N. N the Secretary of Slata for the
exception of Ste Madelene. Triii- Netftersole. P N P 1st Vice Pres- Colonies. The personnel of th-
klad u,mt tnm lh* Central St. An- Commission would be Chairman
Increase In production is due to drew seat In the House of Kepre- public Service Cnmn-i-
higher vields per acre of cane, sentatives. which Mr. Newland the Deputv Colonial Secretary,
Improved sucrose content, increase held In the first five years of the representative of the Treastn y
In the production of can* furnier- constitution. and reprevntatlva* from th
attached to the estate, end In- Mr Nelhcrsole is better known Civil Service Association.
greased, efficiency in produeUor In the South Caribbean as Ihe The question of Housing
method. Jamaica Ci liket Selector. tackled In I Rr-olution tn I
per annum, while meml er trav- the Chuieh of God (U.S.A
elllng would be ineroacl I l2f. Churches in the Colony
There arc 32 memlH-rs of th- The late Superintendent of the
House, live .,f whom aie Vmisterk Church of God Churches wai the
nn the Executive Council and one Rev, J. L Jeffrey whose dought-
1 the Speaker er is the wife of Mr. Spellen.
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dtps & Sjnc#r<
DWpM
llou Is
.Inu*
I.AIKiK RROWN TARTHENWARi: ROWl.s
C.I.ASSKS OF Al.l. KINDS
AI.IMINUM ( 1)( kTAIL SHAKERS
SMAI.I. SPRING SCALES
lL. t VI t TMOXfi L Tit.
Every day
WE BOIL A BOMB
You may well ask why we permit our Kicnlitts tu do anything
so foolhardy. But the plain answer is that we have la do it to
satisfy owmtIm-s that even after prolonged siorage, RFGENT
will not form gum to stick valves and clog fuel systems.
The tests which consist of boiling sampler under 100 lb. per
q. inch oxygen pro,..,c in "bombs' are quite safe. Wc have
never lost a scientistor for that mailera customer because
of a sticky \alvc. This lest is one of many v>,licit guarjulce the
quality and pcrforuuncc of REGENT petrol.
REGENT
PETROL Q
Sterling Wily m
Diilribulort:
DA COSTA & CO., LTD.
JAMES A. LYNCH & CO., LTD.
AT
N. E. WILSON
& Co.
GIGANTIC JUNE
###;*.#.V.V#.VV TVKSOAY MAY 3Blh WITH
IIIOI SIMtS OF BAHGAIXS
LADIES FOOTWEAR
ClmirlniT S00 Pnlr? Guinea Bird Pumps
all sizes Oi- $1.50 per pair
Also
200 Pairs Ladies Odd Stock Shoes small
size & S2.IHI. S3.U0 & (4.0(1 per pair
Remi'mber we are Headquarter! ior
Ladies' Shoes; our stock is replete with
the smartest obtainable at prices rang-
ing from $5.00 (o si."i.(Hi per pair.
NYLON STOCKINGS
Full Fashioned. We carry a full stock of
these in Popular Shades. Prices from
M.64 Up.
SILK PANTIES
In Pink and White, all sizes 72c. per
pair. An Unusual Bargain.
GLASS TOWELS
Sizes 18 33 O 48c each.
(.1 M l\K IRISH LINF.N TOWF.I.S
Sizes 22 x 36(1.00 Eaah.
HEAVY QUALITY WHITE
CAMBRIC
Suitable for Household Purposes.
36 ins. Wide
Price: 48c.. ode.. ;<;. and 72.. per vd.
You Will Marvel at tin- Quality
BLANKETS
Double 82.30 and s::.oo
Single- 82.00
FUGIETTE CAMBRIC
In Several Shades. Price from 38c. par
yd. up.
LADIES DRESS MATERIALS
In Silk and Cotton. Of this we offer
you the finest selection at astonishingly
low prices.
LADIES HANDBAGS
In all Colours. Styles. Designs ;>n suit all occas
Prires from S2.88 to Sj.00_______
BRASSIERS & GIRDLES
Of American origin. Every conceivable
fashion in T. Rose and While
Pricas horn (1.44 and ap.
BOYS NAVY BLUE
SCHOOL CAPS
All Shan lo 24e. F.ach.
LADIES HANDKERCHIEFS
Attractive Patterns.
Prices from 16c. Each.
PLASTIC TABLE COVERS
Beautiful Designs.
At $1.81 and 82-21 Kach.
GENTS NICKLE ARM BANS
32c. Per Pair._____________
Through keen purchasing on our part,
we are able to offer you genuine quality
GREY FLANNEL for trousering 54 ins.
wide.
At $2.40 per yd.
Dmi'l Miss This Advantage.
HERCULES CYCLES
The Latest Models, and Colours.
Special 20'- For Cash During Sale
Embrace This Golden Opportunity
SHIRTS! SHIRTS!! SHIRTS!!!
Our Stock is replete with these from
the beat makers in the world inclining
such brands as Brewster, Arrow. Sandy
McDonald. Regal, Elite. Renown, Etc.
Prices Right________________
GENTS HANDKERCHIEFS
White and Coloured
Prices from .16c. up.
FOR MEN'S SUITINC
Including KHAKI DRILL of the best
quality, see ours first
MEN'S SHOES
STF.PMORE. JOHN WHITE, FORL'M.
By-------
NORTHERN KING, WALK OVER, and
CONHUEHEH. Prices from S6.00 1 p.
REMEMBER WE GIVE 2*, DISC
ON PRESENTING CASH BILLS
S4.no BONUS GIVEN TO 1ST Cl
DAILY ni'RING SALE.
OINT ON ALL (ASH Pl'RCHASES
AT 15TH d> END OF MONTH Al-SO
STOMER SPENDING 820.00 & OVER


SfXIUY. MAY 28. It5i)
DMB1S ADVOCATE
PACE TH1RTEF-V
HENRY
s, ,
fiordijins
Staftcls-tSuimimjw
SUPPLIES AGAIN DUtULMUJUlU
2&
WIRING INSTALLAT111II0S
INDUSTRIAL
INSTITUTIONAL*
DOMESTItlllC
HIGHEST QUALITY MAlERIiLAIRIALS
GUARANTEED WORKKANMUSHKP
COMPETITIVE PRICES
ELECTRIC SALES & SEUIICHOnCE Ltd.
TWEEDSIDE ROAD PHONE 4629. t
SHELL
Attach u,ec
MOTOR OIL
IF you could sec the inside of your engine, you mu/ht pel
a shock . scraper-ring slots blocked with dcpci.it., rings
stuck, pistons scored and coaled wiili lacquer, tr.ir.kcasc
and gau/c fillers coated with sludge, and yummy llapoiiH nn
the valve stems.
Can you expect any machinery not lo suffer from v.car,
when it |a fouled with such harmful waste products ?
Here's an oil thai constantly works to nMON your tiigine
to the clean, healthy condition in winch it will give lift class
performance with minimum wear.
I irst. the naturalstabihly ol SrlfcLLX-lC) Motor Oil'* high
grade mineral oil base is further increased by an anti-osidanl
additive which combats the tendency to oiidiM ind form
tludgc. Secondly.it contains a detergent ;:tl Jiti.-c-.fliiili enables
it to wash away combustion carbon and gummy depoMts as
they are formed, thus keeping deposit) at a minimum.
Thirdly, the dispersive effect of the additive enables the oil
to hold these solid impurities in suspension so that they are
easily removed when the oil is drained away at the regular
oil change.
Oivc your engine a clean chance in life! Drain, flush and
relill with SHELL X-100 ... the oil that helps engines to
resist ti.c major causes of wear.
SHELL X-100 will mix with any mineral oil which ii
already in the sump, but to get the best and quicker
results, DRAIN, HASH AM)'
REFILL WITH SHELL X-I06
wui
Detergent Stable PntAwmt&tlwt
AVAIIABli IN fill FOLLOWING OUAOfli: SAI 10 SAF 20 SAP JO lit j\M
'


PACK f'Ol'RTF.r.N
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
SUNDAY, MAY M, IMt
CLASSIFIED ADS.
Plk.111 AOTKIV I PohHr ! Clidd
Telephone am
DIED
r*"-n-i\M Attoirin- m
MTy Cot -: *>' *';
(IMC. .e-'r-d-y .1 t M P m *scd SI
will

r; ta.
I ne> Made-lto BPOr.
H-ar, .cub*, j.iitan Rycr
On
I Oil HIM
ItOUlt*
i A ROOM < lh Mavf.ir Old Shop
I I ->if IK Jane Write Application H
\Om SJeer-tary Mr* O NteO.,n.iry
The Mart", st Michael it
IT.S.SS-Sji
ANilTONON-aBA MoawaU. Ckrtei
" Cnurrh. full* furwlehed eoMtolnlflSj
*"* P"l dlnlna
^erUwooaj IM M>. id
IM death -I h ..i-i i md FataM
Mr Hrniirin h w<\i ton ciarke. 'of
JWor.1. 81. M'charl
al.-. A..n'iii Clarke 'wife'. Fit. and
BrtSS leofwl. h-H. Clarke
iB'"'''i'- !'
. "..hi
H
I
I BBM
own be-
: HOUBB. If. Ml) I.hiuJ.k
IIAKNtOAT-.
HI.
.i,m-<;\t MM1
h mvSS ISflM
. Madia
particular. Dial
S.SP- -l-B
DlaJ
agjllf on beh-ll of .
illnlly bra. >.. than* an inn >
afM-ri Ihr fo-rral of f atAIUV
rUZAHFTII PITT .retired IIBeachr)
Mi, ...... ii. .
klMh. '.,.... m Hehird n..- .".w
r*k -
mMlt"*l Ml. Ell Hi '
l|ec* Orani
UfKin* TAtTT !<
t.iiii ihiataui4 iii-ilWn. I^rbect afrl.ee
lkM louati, Utu
i- HaUi U.B.A Helen
Moor* rrandmothrr*. Htrvl Moor
null. Raryl Toitt. Hilda Brnnke.
>udrra- m-la*. >. Anthony. Gord.
EBY VII* Choncen I-.n*
H Rnnm. t-irnnina water, etc. Tew-
ph..n* llll Onl. approved InunB, AP-
BT SParea, areeme Hall PtaatolMMl
rt.t Ctnircti P*M In
I HI i" HII I- "
Unfu
IMI *f.II(l III Pal. AID". ACT. I*PV
la Ike -..an..- kiMlu <*UH>
HUM Optra ruuiah M, l-aer
TAKI. NOTICE Ui wa the ewner. M
!M above named pawl-lion are about
ta Dbuin a loan ol C1.M0 undr- IM
lirnvub.ii ol IM uMH Act, aoe.i I wto
Super. Moli iall and other crop- al >-
caMl m-i.Uiian to M reaped M 1H1
No 1.1M loo. pal Baa. boirowp.1
Bfleln.t the ulil man
iiair.i ihi. rrni aa* of May. i*yi
JAMES F. W BOVC.
UUtTRUDC E T BOVCE.
n M- *n
NOTICE
Or C. I. Hutaon of SiatllAd 1.
up lo Tih Junf taw tMalnVatiao
ifi Mhianfrrr
. AUCTION
I I hava baan kaaWyatoal Bt '- << raraa*
1 III Cuacullvc CmBitillMa to offar l Ian in* a4 ai F.af Btraal on Ttiaao.ir
line alh dav p( Junf. b.i" "" ' 1
InyiarK fovr <4i bullrtii. dl.ala al Bat
'|. on lai-i' H MbI-
Th* part.. a* a awa a.
Ml
ll Mm, *m IM Bra ward. A ..i.* ata>-a*
kuUd.nl XWll bull! ol wall, w-d *
aalvanlar anrt cora
ril !' in a I*.
i J!. a.,1. rd .:.
Hdlad afllh ki1.hi/<- ana anins'
..!... W Hvlna .m 3 1*1..-n
dininn iwm. liM-t ana Da la, kitok.
1- ! bulldina II l
f nima 5t'w and ...v.iJ
*d b.
Phlllpa
, Cafv-
i- . H . i-'-oan-fa I
llaptHmal Cinnaal".' ai
w u nooDiffd.
hial Traaaufr
Hi *,
-^ I
i ta i
M |
. r- i
IN MCMOHIAM
ii* matnnr* a( nur i1^** i
ai I ^^ vftrwoo" -*
ts Ora..l Ba%l an tin' laHl
ITarn" n naa- (.ira p<'xin|r
A paar Volta that i. allltnt
- vanm.t In -r hnn
Tkaf navar fan 1^ flllaa
- wa plivra noon yi
I -haa nrf dar. But th- Inra for v h
inatly
fiwvr

(r
."iwas
TAMtAT1
swrni
T.n
HK.\TWnXl>-On iha Crmna Coaf
'or Iha mofttha of Juna and July Fullr
rumiihad ApplT alra. A. D HrrOart
Cordva. CnrWI Chunrh. Dial a3M
M I Mn
Hntra*. riill Mmiuan
ia.a raaldanllal dlalrtrt.
in 1 bMOrnama. I
uaJ 'ifflrr* Fram
i t c. .
4*'.
Erk.laifi nroa
sir.;',
FVPNMHW) DOUBUI IIP-"
ir-lookma ara Vary rcaaonabl.
nTH parl> Phona H*
lll-?fOAI>'W ft-cM-
vrvanla rooma Claraj
lahour .< no 1 aMI
R fl. Nlcholln Co..
Itoaburk HI. Talaphon*
ftnlar haaimi
araiandi Aaalj
MM
tcranilrhildreni.
In loainaT mamorr al >' danr
PTAKLKV KMANi-n. "MAt^Y aha
dannxl tin. Itfr on Mav Mtn IMI
Tro vrira hat* niiaad uu-r Ihal v. I
him hnm- tt m hM will
ta pnQ ii, .i rou mJ, ,*m
lx. Illiaw
iir hearta voii livnh alin
JEW RAVTW". CTana Oaart rally fur-
MMMH. 1 kr-anmi I aarvantr tooml
a Ma tiawta. iitfkUnc plafiV walai
. *jprb kathM* k-h Dial *
MavMnbar, Dacaanbar.
II M> I I n
M -
Wm,
MldT-.
rtawri'. Mr*. Clartca Nlrho'li
all (irrmlcla*. ifrlnid
VI.
i;
ua
LrAnard
MJHM nrpliaw
md rilAniM (SINRAIIF
of md i*nwilw-^HT.
nlllINTON 1EA nitiallrd IB By HI
Fully f,.nii.|.f-l Contain* aaHarr, draw-
mi and dining rooma; two ill badr....
* n-m. aanlry. kliatvaa, WC at batk
Ihraa ill iwd-o.HL.. kiiciian. W C *
'ail. Prom l-l Juna AMpl< D'Arry
Brail I. Caaltal Aurlton Marl
MSW-Sn
NOTICE
ATlOran M in* lira Far
M H i ! atada arkn
l and I* k fir" >m
in.l IM
KV
in| in* TruTtaai
MANIPJI. J(rt*N COCR HUTTHPCaKW
to raat irh arkalarahlpa Ai; i>.-
thaTal *,.> ka ia*dr to Iha llcny
kaaraua-v- al Ina Trualaa. frar-i wht
.il irUurmaUtai Ml raaarrt ta h..
arknlarahlpt ran ka aklaJnad
I nip
QUEEN'S COLLEGE
ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS
IMO
1 Th* Bntranra Examlnallon*
will hai
July. :
<' -< ol
.'orair build a Jl
with aal*.: ,.
Irm ra
bu.id n
AH i
raui "
I Block %t
Harbour l.oit
I-. rrT "Jrh D"0at. Yaaht Tarn
II San Evai(*rna. rkn twiwil Oar-
on, Brh L*d>r No* lam. Skh Mall-
i jon. trh. Laaadaiona. ** W I.
mc-la. !* nUap M Oavaaa-n. Sen
u,.,arful Counaaalar,
h dito v nrh
AOIn. Mac. flrh Marto
Mar>ct EUa Wotta. Srh
trlin. II Stoad Mawd
AMUVAI*
turn
- Mandido
/.mllK. Boh
MUa. sen
UnHM Pil-
-*"
Fnrto da France
Durpwaud. loni
. Cap*-
. Cap!
Ca4
rHtan an day Wlafl
I until I Trim. Caah
D ABCV A BCOTT.
.a within
la.
* .
firUnmwr
Ma- an
UNDER TrIE CHLDED HAAMilER
o-. laairariiom .wunl from J A
<.-.ah tha ........<"" i "HI -ffr. lor
jajt at aaw llraat, orin>-
..i- -av Nlraal, "i M^harl b> public
. -ik" al i......W. <.....la* Hat May.
'km i r. .i r i-ic. Had
* I
kr-r.a -i "I B F"Nl
Trfc .,<,< 193* Chr-rro'at Truck I-
I'- v ii no v > Phaat
AuriK.1.-
i-isao-
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
-. waia. cial
IxM'trad. in
Ml strrat
*'. rvMi barn*,
ah rnalr*. rokh
TBOIMW
.Allflliim i r
will not ba ...
Il.t July. 1M1
Caadtdaraa ft.,a. th.
will ba adknlltrl to v i,
II) In January. ,'.
(Ill Hi BautrmVi. I
REAL ESTATE
fllARF* ftrtiv iu. !
Batido< Flra In-iiram- CaWinai11
P I n Barha-loa A.U-watr C.
Ouffi's Ciill^i' OM Girls'
Avwiiiitii
'JHIBII*' will ba a bu.inaaa maatinf oi
Iha t*,t*n* Cullaia Old Olrla* AI,.
l-m on TIIUBBDAV Juna In al 4 3D p m
1a diarvu. ha diaaaaat of Iha Q.,.
( oll^f* Rrholanahlp Fund
Ml M In
. M HMD
NOnCE
IIIIWiv nrVKN Ihal II la Iha
tantlan of tha undaralancl MAJOii
APTMUK KKV.M>U PUSTEB. lAMJIS
AUwlT LYNCH. BAI.PH AJtNUIJ)
fMARD. cruAUim DOTJUBV hamjv
JOHN IUITACE TluUOlMMtl
BRAMCKSR, PIZRBE CHAHXJCh
SAM l.'IX MAFTEI, DR WIIJJAM
PHA
T1VF.HTON *tn
n.-l-... .ant Mo I
:i July far pa*
"ill. Carrirun on
iihcivda Ih-aa
I pa* taanth rmn>
(irular. apply t
ruB IAI.I OR I1HT
y>POIVnJa A raaVarhdMa ara
n-npartv al Ran>aalla VllUda rk.li
l' i-ih ?', mllaa Irnm PrW ^ badmn-n
FOlt s\m:
*MMHmt
AUTOMOTIVt
AtTT.l CYCLE O
CVrla >M IIM> in
and rondiCn A-
UlllUrv Road, Bul
Hi.bl . ara haraby v
rredlt to a> wrt*
mar Crawfordi aa
raad atal
kaVlaw i
. II R R T
( IIAKUM
11. BHUCE
BALPVlUR ^...
AUaRYrfa DOWDIHQ. .
THAIIHW McFCENr.lt. CYRI1.
BROOKS. and THXOPH1LUR LAW
IIAJUUR mambara of and conatltullna
thr Board mi IRa Barbnd'
li.-x.ial AaancUilban. Ik rnuai
BOARD OP
M IIHHTONS
. .i .
u-hatai. Apply
Hill
lll'.'iin PI tM.tllON
IT. UtOKlI
ara liutrurlnt l>> ^h. Tru.H
Iha will ol tha late MY. J J BMUa
lo offer for aole Ihr
n cnnabtlnB of aboni 111 acre* o"
which about U are Kratfa Tharc hi n
Manaaer'. houaa and u-ual outbuilt in pa
> la food quality alona which could
ba worbad.
Pull partlrulan and parmlaann la
in ba obtained fronl Mr Charlaa A^
ronf of Pool Rl John, rondllloii-
ik> can b* i.Malned fr,., u,. undam.,
ed who will i.fur nW i>i.trl af ami
a- thnr onV at 9 M p in on Fna.iy
tth June. ItM
CARRINGTON A
Ca-r>aa
AubJwib. m tana
i,tK fmm Hi la. la
nCT'ANTUrata
Oaaroan*. MM tana nat. Capl-
r. lor Trinidad
llardawuui. *.0I tona not. Capt:
for Aiillfua
Lady Raonay. *.PDI tuna nat.
i L. Blanc, for Vkvani
V Rtudmt Prlnra. t>3 ton* nat,
i Th'i-naaon. for fJTJiniarlbo
h Rn-iUMt H i tona nat. rapt
rata, for . Vlnrrnt
h BaMuaen. M tona nat. Capt;
I. for St Vineant.
hnorirr Piaadnm Planry, for Dam-
ia Touch With Bubadoi
CMUt Sution
CBbla and Wuwlaaa iWaat In-wrt Ltd
adikat Inat lha-r ran now aaanjnuniaaii
with tha fottowin* ahrpa tkMuf> Iha*
m B Baaaham CtananHa.
Mraant Hawk. Lorurwaorl.
V.11tLanwburf. Paaatdon. HI
Crty Of
Ada Pan*
___f lano. Ihnafua y
Ladiy Bod nay. Okaa.
Atrda PjgiRil. Buna. AUaatouuva, Thati.
donwia, Run A va C O ThuHa. P aM
r l-athatodar. Alcoa Hunnar. Ryhnw-
lald. Ju*PMl. Alcoa WUjrbn. Dartir.!>>
mvr.i CaruaUari C^allaauwr. Dal foir
Ak-aa Partoar. Harmabrla. MaJdm
Seawell
SHIPPING NOXiCEs
ROYAL NETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
vMUMi PROM AMRTBRDAM.
BOTERJIAM AND AIIWIEP
MB IUB*NA Juna ID lit).
II -IIPatBin IA" July T I 1UI.
rMOM AMBTTRDAM
f I A L
AhRLVALB-By
Prom Trtoldwd:
Vamon Knaghi. Inat Ch-ndlar. John
hobtnaon. AJban Bnuui. Ramon Ochoa-
PalagMo. Caryl Do Paa*. Michael MaUlon
Oldnch Baaak. Room Orran. Raclnakl
Lawoa. Harold Durani. Kal.rl Ouavara
CURra. Lynn Kjmim. Ramparaad Btioo-
l.i. Oaorka Maier. Clatra Oaioui. Baynaaur
Haynaa. Odd em HaD-naa. BUnaan Baon
Victor Ivaraon, Uobrt Dm Vinnul, Don-
M Paap, J-kn Tory, An.t. Partaa-Ma
C-rtam RaaanaV, Pell. BacaJHec. P*ft>
O'Dannall. OMUlU malar, Joan Ghent.
Hichara Mtoopord, OMaina rTprrn. #nmn
t.e^h. RMth Ridaa. Bauot RMer. IMf..
ii..-.- Artura Urtaato.
-corncA"
B. -BONA1HE.
AII.INO TO f
ant** I Hi- AND AMHTkRIlAkl
M I "OBAIfJapTTAjy Juna nth
M B 111 11 III I til July Ktth
IAILINO TO TRtrTOIAa*.
FABAMARIRO. DkMtRABA ETC
B "HECUBA" Juna lat
M.S "PXWADOT' Juna 1Mb
B B "MPXENA" Juna alth
1. r. ML'IION >UN A CO.. LTD.. Af*a

Tha M.V. DABRVroOD will
rnrapf Canro and Paaniii for
St Luria ahuung Tuaaday RKh
May 1MB

B.W t. BCHOONF-B OWNERS ASSOCIATION .INt.l |
Telephone No. 4M1 1
Canadian National Steamships
lOITIaOI'KD
LADY____
CAM. I.BinB-M
LADY NELIaON
CAM. COrRTTRICTOft
K'h Miv
lMh May
Hat M^i
IMh May ittfl Ma
IBM May
and June lib Ja
uovenuwMEKT NOTiCKs
Alt.ntion li drawn to th. Dflriw (Control of Drug and Patent
and Proprietary Medicine Prieea) Order. ]0M. No. 4 which will be
published in the Official Gazette of Monday, ttth May. 11*8.
t. Under thll Order the maximum retail aelllng price* of "An-
drews Liver Salt!.". Phillips Milk of Magnesia'' and "Vlcka Vatronal"
n as follows:
ITKM
Andrews Liver Salts
Phillips Milk of Magnesia
Vicks Vatronal
"tNiT or SAL*
I oe. tin
4 01. bottle
It oa.
bottle
MAXIMUM
RETAIL PRICE
7c.
4*c.
lie.
tie.
271h May. IMO.
PART
2*5.50 In.
ONE ORDERS
NOITIIOI'D
LADY RODKEY
laADY NO*>N
LADY RODNEY
LADY NELSON
LADY RODNEY
. MUt June Ird July
land July th July
.Bard Auj. Mth Auf
hall*
Airtra.
I'daa B'daa Uai.aa
Pth Juiw ifth Juna IB* Jtma
nut Juna BMh Juna tth July
Ttin July i>tn July Tin A14
1Mb Au| Mth A.id. afUt Aufl.
. inn Sep. il.t Sep. MUt Sep.
Arrlraa BaBa
n do. Bl'dM
Mth May Mth Mav
tnd Juna tad Juna
1 Mil. Juna ISth Juna
SI June II June
Mth July IMh July
th AUf Mh Atbf.
-li Autf. Tth Brp
llalllaa
II it Juni
iplrral
ilh Juna
10th July latn July
ih Aud. Uth Au.
Slat Aid.
IM Oct.
!
e't fitted with
GARDINER
Old ttoraje chain-
raraa ana traidht r.tea ao asBawkPtMa. to ;
AUSTIN & CO.. LTD. Agent..
By
Lieut-Col. J. CONNELL, O.B.E.. E.D.
CanMMtaft
Th BarbsdoB Ra^lnrent.
Iiint Mo. 21 M-y. 'M
A REALV [
It 6 M l,SD
TMILAWHV On H-li. .. t.valn ro*l
ra had roorna awta. arlth nmnlnd w-t.-.
awal puMlr roorna. laraa ttallrry, lervarir
mm and mi in
ANNEX-new wall bulldirif, with t...
ad room*, with runnlna water, din,- .
rd .ittina raaraa and aa.a.e Tratawi..
~" -ttll'- *" M0 a month
Phoi
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CAROut Hi Fluid Dn
n-inipprtl with radio and
CM In perfect condition C5m
Apptr D ll.m. Head, C .
Bank o
l a written order .lined bj me
*lened l.PON fMBOVrtrTt.
Chapel Lane.
CAB One * Model Ch.v-'.- 1'.,
tola owned t>y Wllf.e.1 H Ruck. I
lahiaa above Chrlit Church Churrh
For Sali'Conta1
CAR- IM? V.it..hail II
1-1II1 s Car In 1 nfi.' 01
owner driven. Courtray I
Asprw i-.'-i
t.< .... Alway.
,ir;,r Dial MIC
MSJO~l.fi.
MECHANICAL
CAR OM Protect Ford IM* Model
MwMO mile-. owner driven A11.lv l^t>"
Fader Phone IMd or MU
n so- an
IMa ItiHl) I'HEPECT .
MM M or iirnrnt C
Dial MH.
FT S S
CAB Firrd Prrfrcl. 1MB Model. In
food w,-Hn, order Three new and tw
'ond lyre- Phone IMI 71 S 60 dn
(vept .11
refei-i n. pood ai
... Donw lo on
m.i ai -. an
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on
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MISCELLANEOUS
A Al.r. REAM l-i-ileyi Sto... Ir
.rfrct worhtruf order Apply atot-lon
Ir.al MM M I Jn
ANTlyUEw of evn> daacripllmi
Olaaa. China, aid Jawala. IM a*.:
waiarcoinur. EArly boahe. Mapa. Aula
raph.. ate at Qutilngaa Aaiiaue Bnot>
'<]<,mini Rarml Yarht Cl-.h
IJ.oj.-Ua.
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John r llutau
HELP
BN<.IJ'llMAH-Ar*ountant 10 >aar.
.peete-ra Pkr Enal 4 yean Trinidad
oi-eeeiit holdltul Earcullve Pi-lllon Im-
portant Canadian Crnipan.. Veneauei.
.eek. rr j,o Advarata. M I io- -On
a_l'mn 3 TON (-HARRiR-Naw and
ready fur I... inert late drllvny Court ray
Garadc Rial Mil Ti i M*n
tLCCTRlC
*
Caurwwv nr.
ENOI.ISH POTATOES
planlirul M lb bone, at
llai.ihl Prxvrtha A Co. Ltd
njirrRic uniiTiNi; im.antb 1 "
kva no IIS "ilta AC MM on nun Mia.
K >M-aa
U I IO.AM DEEP FHrJWr- In goad
vaifcuu? order. rniwrlty II ai.llon. MM
DOtp IVi-.-.e. II (Ubic feet iTwo Yean
Gaaranl-e left' in cr-elteni .ondltlon
MM Applv Ralph Bc.ro. llaidwoad
Alley 1. m lo II noon.
* M an
HIHMTI-KE BhU
j Plat. American atyle.
*A(-rilhln( pr4irtKall)
MiM-oa
POULTRY
POULTRY Pure P"d n-rred
rnotilh R.--h.. 1 Lock Hen.. Excal
pltiFi iNS-Several pain. Black an)
Red Carneau* Piaeona Apply P D
Mtynard, Pwrler.. Rt Jaroe.. Of Dial t>ll.
LIVESTOCK
Till!Ft'. COWS-Gne artuled Currnaey
M p>- per day. (II iiaded Oaiaay
MANTIJIM Jurt retetved new ahlp
>eni too C P aD-fcateln Brothen1
Ray Street, rtrldlatown. M I M-On
NFW m-ATTEH?* Dinah Bhore. Prank
natxa. Bin and all tha mat C
id art. but quick.
A. BARNES at CO LTD
NJMHJW for your raawrd player
U kind. Incliidlnf Ruby and Sapphire
eml permanent needle, la play WW""
Touwuid recordlndB
A BARNER CO.. l.T.
MB SO t
ONE ijqri.it LICENSE tli Ba-
f .irrator Cabinet In food condlUo-
ic- .heat iH No Cwtadlana woari
bOova with funnala alao number imaU
table., anind al barsaln prteea Ma C
bndilord Co Quean r.ether Shop, rornar
klarahall Gap. Baaiera Road

1" tha MH
eat nourt.h-
r family Ubtanuibl
M-M-n
TYHFA-.T1.1rk and Cac tyraa in BM
follo-ma- '.'e. H5PM.Ptk1.UMB
TOP a M, SO J. alao aev.ral car tyraa.
Fiuiuire AUTO TYRE COMPANY. Tra
PUBM Street Pttona MM
MJ/JO-U.n
fUPB> AU 111 B
fjyUibort Horr.
Pt-PPIEB- Half Brro La-brad... ptippl
rr *. Mii-e, ^ > ^^
VACHT -shamrock- Lanjih M(t
Iir. Ream 1ft. la A-l CondlUon
Ai1>lr Balph Hunt* c o Manning;
Co. Ltd. BJactrtcal Dept
Body rorporata and politic
THE BARBADOS BOXUNtl
COriRO|. with perpatua
anraavaan and 0 Cacruaor. Peal
ARTtlrR rtEYNTRj) roWTT.n
I.OUIA AUUIHT LYNCH.
HA1PH ARNOLD BEARD.
ct.^uua. Duuijnr ram.sey.
JOHN EUSTACE THIXJDOrpE
nRANCKEB.
PlFJOIt CHARlJtS SAM I VI. MAtFT.l.
WIIXlAal FBVANCIB K_H.
F.l-DON BAUPOUR GRANT.
ILEKHJ-BT ALLEYNE DOWD1NO.
CHARUEI STKAUllN McKENZlE.
C'YHIL BRUCE BBOOKH.
1 llEOt-HlLUa LAW MARJUB
M I SO3n
I Ofle.
1 PARADES
Combined Rehearsali for the Kinf ' Birthdar Parade.
Th. re will ba two combined rehearaau. for the Kinfi Birthiirty
Par;idc on W'_in-day SI May and Tuesday June. 'SO at 1U0 hiiura.
All ranks ore reminded that these are compulsory parades and that
:.ny volunteer who absents himself without leave or reasonable excuse
to the snUsfiiction of the Commanding Officer is liable to a fine, under
section 14 of the Volunteer Regulations, 1MB.
Dress for RehBavriaJs:
Officers: Shirst, shorts, boots, short puttdtf*Bnd Iwsttooa, capa,
,,>u Sam Brown belts and swords.
Ottpaf RaaQawfl Shirts, shorts, boots, ihort putteas and hosetopa,
berets, belts and frogs.
There will be no parade on Thursday, 1 Jun.. *M.
There will 1 no recruits' parade on Wednesday, 11 Mar, '50.
Ordei. for th# Klagi Birthday Pt-rade
The King's Birthday parada will be held si th* Garrison Savannah
LtOUOft LICENSE NOTICE
IBIMOVALl
Tha iinilnwin.il of Kanneth Moora of
llaon Hill. St John, the holder ol
Liquor LJconae No TB3 of IPSO. profited
1 nun ir. raapact of a board and
ilvanlui ahop at corner ol Wilaon Hill
. Jaha. to 1e1.14.vr -id Ucanaa la a
and and lalvnnlae ahop allactted t>
Idcnr* at W11..-1 Hill. S( John. anC
iiw It at auch laat daacribad prerroae-
Ilotdd thl. Mth day of May. ISM
(
LI
.ppllaant.
To A W 1 iARPT-IV aftM .
Al FoUf. Mapietiaie l..i "C".
N B Thl. apaUcaUari will M
Hdarad at a UcaraUna Court to M Mtd
on Juna lift ISM. at 11 o'clock a m
Police Court* Dt.l. "C".
A W HAJtPEBt.
Ad Potira Maintr-ta. Dial "'
WA.vn:w
.101 u.v.risti
THE
DVOCATE ha* twu
Editorial Department
Una la lar a briaht yomvp
inp Rchocii ne.i lenn and 1
take lot
Tha other k Hf I
ability to wille KnalN
offered In both ...
aa tan M odi.h ed
lodaj
hifi eduratc"
mtei luanca ana
I. The aalaria.
ire a* allracUvc
In BARtaVU>OS
So far leiierm of application have kaan
luppointlnd aM tha Editor 1. plUI
rkin< for the .MM nnyn tor IRa twa
oba Wrlto flvlnp full datalli to
ailor. Tha Advocate M Inn- It
WORTHtNO INEAB CArRABANR
OTBLl CBBIHT I III Kill
afMMrR fully rumlahad chalet li
private eatale atiaiutlna In half an arri
ol well kept and told tnit pardana-enf
minuto from aaa and baauliful aand<
baihlna baarJi
Tha Miin contain* Ure llvinf dlnlna room, twa bedrooma in whlc an
e.ira neciroan. con M added if deured
Tiled tthroorfi with tub hafh .,.,. -h .cr
inol and cold wtleri and built In inan
cupboard. Iliad kltahan with built In
atone cupboard and new Phllro coroUnad
rlrtotwlor and deep frerie. large
nrched verandah, all rteel wit dow>
with hood*, deal French d
at
awrwpe ana arrvanu (1 ...i-r wllti
toilet and ehower. tha houar t. taa-efum
fnriuahad. Iha bed* have both deaf .leap
and Dunloplllo niallrel... ahlnplel roof
noliahed plna floor., tha Order) Main*
ataaalawn.. tropical flowcrtnd ahriba and
flower, together with eurht coconut
palm., airu.ll orchard with lima, pawpaw.
maruro. Uunarlnd, breadfruit, and plum
Ueea, wliw-itwdh ancloead I... op
veaetable |prdan and tool (bed. .aa.e-1
drlvowaya and card en palh*. will la aeld
unfumlahed if dealred AltracUve price
Phona owner SS1S between 10 a m
and p m. M I P
Asthma Mucus
Dissolved Firil Day
Aathma
your ayaie
rri sk
aap y.mr anersy ruin
in.l w. ken your heart.
1 MKMlACO- Iha pre.
injectlona "jii.i r','..' ..
laaa MKNnn'O table
ha entirely fraa froi
llron.hlti. In nail to
ihinjrh ynu may h.v
yaara. MKNPACO 1.
(hat It la uarwnter.l 1,
**y breathing In 11
cmplalelf .top your Ai
ur money bach on re
MCkare let MKMH
Cha*>lat. Th* oara III
protect* yon.
PI m II SALES
UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER
lot of huuarhold (iiinllure jl St.tckdom'
I'.tnea Bay. St Jane, oa TlmoOaj/ ner
I.I Juna at I eelnrh whl.h ronatita a
Bentwcal chaim. plant iloo).. .Ida table*
makooan* riialna table and chain, wad-
ion. colle-Mlon of ware. Iron bedaleed
with luimp and aaatlraaa. elothaa pcaea.
draaiina table coucha* and many other
I'm. of Into 1 IM Term. Cadi IVArc.
Ml IT Mallard daatsn Lac.pth
Item V Itocenlly overhauled a
i'-n apply Husk WaJoon "Wat
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
-Vll. IN JCNE
TWI'P*UAY lalSale of Ftttltup. Ac
Marhlll Da .re* Mar KILL Street
ri'i-anAY pth air r. 1 Patai. **-ir
Wcndover *. Abbeville Oerdena
WrllMDAY \*\* Mr F J Bayne 1
Bah. "The Farm", St Prlri
WEDNESDAY Mat Raw A T Cold
man* Rale -Rawla Houaa". Cudilnaton
PROFESSIONAL NOTICE
DR PERRE'HA of "Clnmvilla" Upp*
My BL inear Etplanadei by Cnim^racU
method count. dl>c.e> ol eye., ean
noae. throat, lund*. .tonuich. hldn.y* km
ower Klin.. Dial SMI.
N/)a*W'.VA'.v.v,w.*-
TILLEY
LAMPS
& LANTERNS I
300 Candle Power
British Made
Burn ordinary Kerosene S
10 Hours light al one tilling
You will have years of - X
lsfaction from a Til Icy. \
f*f*gr#rV I'I'tllKlll \
A. S. HUSBANDS Agent \
Babbs St. Lucy 1
on Thi
tablt
rsday. 8 Jun SO. Troops will ronJotrn to the followiM Um#
Fall in at barracks OTM. hrs.
Markers 07S0 hrs.
Advance 0TS5 hra.
Parade In position and draaaed OtSO hrs.
Commandant Local rorees reeelved 0755 hrs.
His Excellency received OtOO hrs.
Dress for Parade: ..
Officers: Tunics slacks, caps. S.D. Sam Brown belts Swords.
Other Ranks: Shirts, shorts, boots, short puttees 4. hooetops,
berets, belts & frogs.
Mcdul Ribbons will be worn by all ranks.
Officers attending as spectators will MOT wear swords.
2 ANNUAL CAMP
All voluniwrti who have not already ubmltted their names tor
thr? Annual Camp from the to 17 Jun., aO, and who are able to
attend, should do so as soon as possible. No names will be accepted
after tl May- '50 __ __ __,
3 ORDERLY orMOER AHD ORDERLY fERJEANT FOB
WEEE ENDIN0 5 JUN.. '60.
Orderly Officer 2/Lt. T ft. Goddard
Orderly Serjeant 218 L/S Storey, B. W.
Ntixt for duty
Orderly Officer 2/Lt. 3. O. Laahley.
Orderly Serjeant 20t SJt. Long, C. B.
M. L. D. SKEWKS-COX, Major,
S.O.L.P. A Adjutant.
VISITORS TO OUR ISLAND
WHY HAVE BAGGAGE WORRY?
You can leave'your Bsggage with us for despatch by our
regular service. You can be assured of its safety.
Remember.'
WE OtVE PERSONALIZED SERVICE
SMITHS SHIPPING SERVICE
& FHEICHT FORWARDERS
AT YOUR SERVICE
IMI'Oltl AM
Would ticket holders fo
the St. Leonard's Vicarage j
Dance please note Uiat the
aid Dance will be held on
WsUMSiiAY. the Tth of
June (i.e. the eve of the
Bank Holiday and not
THURSDAY, the 8th
originally stated. W. D. W.
28. 5. 50 2n
They're Jusl a lew. so .on't ordw loo heavily please !
f. Ill 1 V# Jlr FMTWiXGS
CIMHVI.
FOUNDRY
I'U-r I
LTD.
GENTLEMCM !
We affer you The Brst In
WOOLLENS
an or for . .
Cri*m t'l.nnrl Cream
Berfe. TropicalsPlain &
NUiaed. Twreda. the beat
ria Strip*..
AIM
Rhakl a White Drill.
Specialty.
Tlelt
THANI'S
Pr.Wa. Henry & Swan
Strcet.s
MAPLE MANOR
otnu/r hours
%OTJPtffB,
Barbados Real Estate
A|eey
OfRca HaaUl
FOR SALE
MITRXOKA Wnrthlna New
houaa built of ralntnrcad conerata
ind conrre-le block. b>ina room,
dinlna rrnan. yerandah. I bed-
rooma, botnrnoir. alth tub and
-.1.1
i- i
. at i
board, larp> aWtd'
quarter*, -f-lu*
well laid out i----------_ --------
,i. -nl. neai aaa and beautiful
DalhtPS) MWi. fUrniahad or un-
Ir Icily, leleptvou.
BANYAN BEACII Bntlhton
Cement btock ...... a bedroom*.
iccrptlon room, verandnri. ahowrr
bath, kltcrum nitad with frta.
larpw rice atanding in II 000
*q ft land, enrcllcnt balhlnd
baaeh. water, atackrtclty. tele-
phone
niACKMANA -tl Joaaph. Old
ed.ite atone houar. drawind rodrn.
binlnf roam. I bedrooma. I
kltctiona. baUiiwom. all dtilbulld-
inka. ataaulUta in about acre,
land, aloctnrlty. watar, teleiihanr.
KKNWORTH Ptiirold Street.
sum* and woo
MB
kitchen.
Mactrtctty
DOVBRChrtat Crrurah
ft. 3 t>edroaTni.
both, wator.
G1UPR BAY RL Jama*
and bulMInd *nsa
11.1-us sa. rmlip IM srrae
i-d arable land, about p. wile
HI 'K OP FAATTOMY BUILD-
i Brlddctown 10.SOI) no. n
atone, wood and deel
Mn
Wan,
RANKEK, TROTMAN a. CO-
ENJOY A ....
BICO
DAY and
NIGHT
Arrangements have now
been made for you to obtain
your requirements of this
delicious Ice Cream in any
quantity desired between the
hours of 8 a.m. and 11 .m.
CALX AT
THE BARBADOS ICE CO. LTD.
BAY STREET.
,*,*/*Ve'>V<''V/1rt
I Try inn to locate the home of your dreams on
your own can be difficult and confusing-, dis-
appointing and expensive. We know houses,
locations, prices and we are qualified to help
you kc the best buy.
JOHN M. BLADON
!
a.i-.s, r v a.
leal Estate Areal, Auctioneer.
rJarreyar.
Pl.iiiutinii. Rultdlns
(KO>t\ A CROWNING ACHIEVEMENT BY MINklNG THE NEW CROWS GINGER ALE
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SIVDAY. MAY 2* |50
Church Services B.B.C. frogramae
SUNDAY Al>\K.\u
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DAUtXmi11 ,-, m Mr V
T p m Mr. J C-rimi-i
SOUTH Dl'TRaCT-* m Mr T
CWaaaMtae. 1 p m Mr A L Mayer*
FOVIMNC*-ll m Rev B cU
I p.m Mr A B On*'en
VAfXRALU-0 m iuv B CTMbv
_.! p m ST. --'ivin . o. (HlirR.
COUBtl-/ BoM-ftiiKtav BMh May Lituny
?4 thr Prr-Banrttftad. and ftnnoi T
p m Tueaday n; The Holy Svnod
Will laae Mere with LilUre_ Mid Holy
Ci.trvnimuxv Celebrant The Arrhbiahop.
Dxaron Rev Lionel Smith. 9ub~Dee--oti
R*-v H fl Holder. Preacher Th* Arch-
bUnop. Wednesday, ll.i -~|||T|)rt|M-|
*t.*r io Mini(icr< and th* Imty T M
P m Thuradav. let Jun*. Mlmum Mid
Miaaaoraary Martin*, elect., ,.f oMm
re. at T.JO p m
try Hi
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".olin. 4 10 p.m
P m Epilogue
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Killed in 7 Minutes
Quart*. TO* pm "htli
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Dare* Waa-ata, aw p m
rrel. IU p m Boofc, .
P m Flam V>l.. a 43 cm Plans
Playtime. OS lamOoa Pnnim. M p m
A*nd.y Mrvtt*. -.0 00 p m Th# Nr*.
10 u o m rrom Th Editorial*. |t U
P hi Accordaon InUrlv^d*. 10 SO
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p m. Th# N>..
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AnaJyau. T IS a m DunaUrH-A P*. .1
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W ii m Crtckat Ceanraafdart on
W I w OUmorBBn IDn ;
' .iii-l,i. 4 Cloaa Down. 110* nooa Tha
Nrwav II 10 p m Nni Analyata. 19 I*
I Pioranwiic Panda, 11.11 u m. ijaht
Muaie. 1141 pn Okuaawtaui Wl
l.diaa. 1 0O-1 p m rn.k.i Own-
maaaUjj en W.I. va Qlamorfaa, l
ntatf* hand. 3 00 p m Tf. fc l(
p m Home Nawa Proni Brtlaan. 9 11
p aa aporta jLaviaw.
Tha Common araadlh. 1 00 p m I>m> Th#
Third ITntrafaai. 4 00 p.m Tha Naoa,
4 10 Tha Dally Barrlca. 4 1* pm.
Joumay Into Malody. IM pm iJatan-
m ChoM*. S IS p m nocn
Pa>ada. IK pm Plarea of Intaraat
Mualc, 0 00 p m Mind
.___l Tfca T
Ar.li-d '
Bya Wltnaaa Aorounl of W I v.
pan. I aO-7.4* p m BBC MldUi
OrchaaUa. t.*J p m Otad To Mart Yin
io ii m Radio Nawaml. IU >n
BTMoca Ravirw
Tunea. IW p m. The Animal tt.-rld
I*) pm Mum aar I ha Ta-at.-
p m. Tha Carthadral Oroam. 10 00 p
Ttw Nawa. 10 10
ale, NUpa.
Uandv w.aa
Burwv. 11 t* p
Tl'KaDAT. MAT M.
1.00 a.m. Ifea Mawa. 1 M a.ni >
Analv.i.. 1 IS am "lyiaahoB,
Mr.nan. T.U a.m. Oanemlly SpaatKIP
Maatlng. B 0O-B SO am Crarkat Omunrnlao
Maallin. 1 p in Balva- W I v OUmorr
liiHl.KAN (HtBrat. Be.M Hall-
T p.m. Opan Air Rroadoaat Sn.n-
1.1 pm Wadneaday Evanaiinc at
* Hiara Hoed The Kev On p
O'Oonohua. Speaker for each varvwe
Tail BALVATION ABMt
BRIDOBTOWN CENTRAI, II p m
lioltneaa Mretina. 3 p.m Company
Mxatlna pin Salvation Meetlna.
Jtaea-kaiir Major H tHk
WaaUaWOTON STHTJET II 4 m Holl-
i.r%t Maetnia'. 1pm Compplty MtoWg.
7pm BaJvalon MeatlnC Preatrher
B/Major Utboa
SPaacHTBTOWN11 a m. Hollnem
Kr-tlna. 1 p in COaapenf Meellrm.
7 p m SolvMlon Meetlna Ptamchet
BVCapWUn Campbell
niAMONl) CORNER -U a m Hollne**
Maealna*. 3 p m Company Meeting.
" p m Sal va I Mm Meetine; Pnaachee:
Ui-iien..ni Moore.
1'LR COHNKR11 a m Ht.llnna Marl-
InB. I p m. Company Martina: 1 p.m
SalvalSon Martina: Prakrher: BValoi
I'i.I I iij--..,rili
OVBJ-TUN II am Hnima Martina.
S p m. Company Meet ma. tpm Balva-
tii, Mrrtina. Itrachei larutenajv
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MORAVIAN
STRaaTJT a
I p m. Rev Emrat New
CRACE HUJ. 11 am M
T p m Mr. 8 Weekaa
H1.VHK 11 am ll..l> C.
T p.m Mr Q.eenr
MUNTCiOMEBYT p m Mr
: liof ini.l. : p m M>
DUSfBCOMBK- Ham Mr
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Urulenami aWndai
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Analyala,
and
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Plraaurr.
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Franc la
Allman,
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Elder R H Wall
lar. Elder R. II
tin in Church
F W. Week*..
I W. Weekrv
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Rraia< Hill. Rev
The Piano
Cam
(llamnrflan * Wnt lu . m Cricket Commentary on
Ulamoraan on IS metre bandB.
I Tha Nm. 1 10 p m Home
asm awRBll. a M p m Soorta
Krvtea-. IH p m Kadio Thealr*. 4 00
f. m TTia Rewa, 4.10 p.m. The Daily
Service, 4 IS pm Variety fall-
Tub*. 5 00 p m Jean Mrrlow. S II
Itoertauwe S*arade. S 30 p m Gei
B 40 t> ... Voice of I he 1
. Concerto, tW pm Th*
lra
William PiUinm.
Na-r*et. B.U p.m
p.m Recital. < 1
iTwnwaallh, B 3B p.a
10.M p.m The Nei
the Edltoriala. 10 IS p .
turea o* RtcaM *
Keport From
Lawlessness
From Pace 1
free st:itf of law", and know
nt'ttiinjt aboul tho ili>umly which
u.i- Imnji carried into the Ger-
man people from the East.
BOSTON
WRUL 18JM- at*. WRUW
WRUX 17 7 He.
Mall* for * Laatla, Domlnli
John HB.. Hallfaa. Montreal
Wert German youth was con- H.V. can CV",,_W, *
.slantly bearing in mind the fate
of those who were still being held
In Eh stern prison camps, and they
therefore demanded that unity,
law and freedom "must be given
back to thoae who are to demon-
strate under force in Berlin for
disunity, lawlessness and bon-
dage".
Chancellor Dr. A'denauer who
originally intended to deliver the
broadcast himself, could not do so
because he is confined to bed with
a slight case of influenia.
The Sun-tanned
BabY #> from mif s
_____ against Lancashire which follows
I From Page 1 this beginning on Saturday 3ri
June there will be a commentary
on the first day only, at J0.41
_M g.m. On Wednesday. Thursday
rrnVmS ,nd Frtdfl>'- 3Ut May* m M1*
-. ITnmS 2nd. June there will be commoJB
tariea on the England vs. Th"
Rest Match as a result of which
the England Team for the first
Test Match against the West In-
dies will be selected. These will
"whites" or two "blacks".
We have only to look around
to convince ourselves that there
is considerable di
from the mating of two of our
own kind. This diversity con
range from the excellent to the
pitiable.
We are not a pure-bred stock-
even m while*. We do not breed _
tru*. A, v.n, of m.kUld : *ZJ?r 2'*$
A is
we are far less "Axed'
some of our domestli
In fact, today there is
geographical variety of mankind
L.E S
Solution io
CROSSWORD

Remember to keep
JULY 1st
(Saturday night)
Open for the Grand Polo Ball
and entertainment at the
MARINE HOTEL
MAIL NOTICES
i Ai*-n. *
Sam an the an mi
,llil>!NARY MAIL, at
ami. May '""
ffalU for Martimnii
United KVWdom by the I* Oaacodn*
.ill ue ctoaed at I he Oanerai .'..-i
mo* a* unaj*r.
~ aftaU. al 10
HlClSTFJtaU> MAO. at J
Ma) May ISO*.
OKUINARY MAIL at 0 a 11
Juno IBM.
Radio Verse
By Derek Walcotl
Lhln"re ArWt with summaries by E.
* Swanton. They will not be boom-
ed here but you may bo able
to pick them up in tho African
Service at 8.15 a.m. and 12.45
p.m. In the 13 metre band. Ttils
match will also be reported on
in 'Sporta Review' on each of
the above days at 2.16 p.m. when
the direct beams to us will be
on the air on the 16 metre band.
17.70 megacycles.
Keiiieniberinj: Dunkirk
There must be few people tn
the Britiah Commonweolth who
do not get a thrill at the mention
of the word 'Dunkirk.' Do you
remember the leader In the New
York Times of June 1st.
'So long as the English tong'
survives, the word 'Dunkirk will
bo spoken with reverence
On Sunday next, 28th. May. the
BBC will present a 'personal
jerspectlve' of Dunkirk in which
listeners will hear the voices of
some of the people who
here: sailors, small-boat man,
etc. Broadcast begins at 10.30
We ran supply yuu with :
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ru;i MVIIIN.
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
SUNDAY, MAY S8. 1S0
Fly Jet And See The Map
Comet Shows Passengers
All The South In A Glanee
By JAMES STEWART
The second Comet )et airliner li
nenrl\ tkmshed .mtl should !
having-its first air test in the next
lew weeks. Meanwhile? Comet
No I, the world's first jet-pro.
pelle.1 airliner, which has been
flying since last July, has return.
ed from Its tropical tests In the
Sudan
These first two Comets off th -
production line at the HatfleM
work* of the De Kavillaiid Air-
craft Co, are not destined for ac-
tual ttriat work. They are the
test prototypes ordered hy the
Ministry of Supply.
Thai SlreHni. The Channel
But work on the Heel of ; |
which are being bought by the
British Oversea* Airways Cor-
poration Is going well ahead, and
BOAC should be receiving the first
early next year.
When the Comets go Into pas-
enger service ordinary travellers
will be able to get views of the
earth which have so far been lim-
ited to high-flying bomber and
iewi.
For example, once when the
Comet was flying about 3t).tHM)ft.
John Cunningham, Its pilot, and
the rest of the test crew were able
tn see the whole of the area from
Start Point, Devon, to the Wash.
rj ing below them in a single
rmorama.
Another lime, when the aerO-
l-lnne was high above the Chan-
rel. the sea looked little more
I ;.m .. river. Lucking mil of the
v.tiidows on one side they could
- m DOW, the whole o| Kenl
-id a good deal of Essex, mid
vhen they crossed the gangwiy
nd looked ou* of the other win-
dows. Boulogne and the whol-
Krench coast as far as the Seine
Estuary stretched below L.E.8
Burnu Winners
Of Inter-CJiib
ileniliti Cu|>
BARN A dclcated I'ciican at
table tenoji in tin- haei-Club Cup
Finals yesterday to make them-
selves wllliiHl "I the Inter-Club
competition. The scries ul games
were played at the Y M''A
Out ol nine games of singles.
Barn- won live and Pelican WOD
four, ilarna was leading Pelican
by one point Before tins gunie
was played Mad Tehran-won.
both teams would have been lied
for the cup.
Everluil were last year's cup
winners of thlft competition. Barna
iind Pelican are new teams which
entered the eompetitlun this year
Representing -Barna were 1.
stoute. C areanldga and R.
OoodlnK Tlic Pelican team was
F. WUloughby, L Slocombe and
Lv Worrell These are all inter-
colonial players. They repceeented
Barbados In 'he last tournament
between Barbados and Trinidad ll
Barbados
SlouW of Barna was outstand-
ing in hir. performance He won
all Utree of the games he played.
Wiltouehhy ol Pellican won two
of the three games he played and
lost Ihe other lo Stoute.
The scores were:
L. Stoute vs. L. Slocombe 19
21; 2118; 2119
C. Greenldge vs L. Worrell; 24-
28; 21 18; 21 Ifl.
R Gooding vs. F. Wlllnughby.
1521; 2118: 1921.
C wi'enidge vs. I. Slocombe:
1A21: 2119; 218.
R Gooding vs. [ Slocombe:
18-21: 22-20; 1521.
I. Btoutevi I Worrell; 2110:
2118
R Gooding vs. WUloughby.
IS-21 1521
R. Goodiny vs. L Worrell: 1521:
821
I. Stout* vs F Willoughby:
1021. 2118; 2112
King Farouk May
Marty Commoner
From Paae 1
U.S. INCREASE
ARMY STAFF
lessen Chances Of War
WASHINGTON. May 27.
The Sen,lie Aimed Km..- Coin
mlttee has detided that the
peacetime limit* of 2.7011 army
qttetn on permanent duly in
Washington, and 700 on the Ann.
I .em i ,, 51 i.used ti>
4.000 .iiid i.'ion respectively,
Ii pa I plan to Hie lull
Senate after hearing the Arm-.
Chief of si.,",. C n .1 l-awton
Collins, say: The pi
running a cold war are at least
as tough if noi loutfw i '
of running a total .n '
Public notice that tha Ann
Staff was Inrreealna "might dp
the balance u to vrnetlier a pn-
teatlal enernj might act or not
III ill. I
second inarna-e was likely to
take place.
Meanwhile Princess Fathia anu
her bridegroom, Rlad Ghall, iuv.
ibaodoned the idea ol a honey-
inon in Honolu'u, and are ex-
tected to rejdln the QUMO Mother
Mothe at her hotel here on Mon-
i n
The couple are now at Las
Angeles, having Down there aflat
t ieir surprise wedding on Thui.-
day night, bacon which the
I ridcgruoni a former Coptic
Christian, publicly embraced the
Moslem faith. They travelled m
l le luxurious private 'plane of Mr
I'd win. Pnuley, Southern Cali-
fornia oil miltlnnalr".
Friends said that the three
intend to stay here indefinitely.
Mr. Ghall. st r i pped of h.s
eiplomatic status and passport by
his Royal brother-in-law. mu.-i
report |o the United Stale* Immi-
gration Service on June Ifl, about
his departure plan
The Queen said that Mr. Ghili
received an anonymous thie.it be*
fore the ceremony, but r
l iiimlIi ie,i serious, although Hi.
wedding was held in | locked
room undor poUea guard.
Barrow B 25 a
Queen Na/li also told an
Egyptian journalist in u telephone
interview from the United Stales
oat Itiiirl Ohali had been a Mos-
lem rot' three yi ai i
The journalist. Aly .wiiine Hey.
o-proprietor of the Arab weekly
Akhabar El Yom, went to Rome
especially to 'phone Queen KMS
and Fathia.
The 60-year-old Qnee,, Mother
told luin Unit she bast taught
?hall Ihe prtnctpla. and phiio-
sphy ol Islam and parts Ol UM
Koran.
"1 want Ihe Egyptian DUbttc,
which I love and respect, to be
assured that I would, not marry
my daughter to a Christian,"
Queen Nazli said. "She is married
to a real Moslem "
Fathia said: "I am happy be-
cause 1 married the man with
whom I have been in love for
ii. i i ars, but sad because the
Egyptian public thinks he Is a
Coptic Christian
QblJl is u Mn.liin and 1 am
a religious Moslem. I could not
'M.III- ejayoM who was not ,,
Obeli is a Moslem
because he beUovet In it. not
beeauM be wants bo ain my
jii-ai! "
Akhabar El Yom added that
President Truman had refused to
force Queen Na/li ami lathll (0
leave the United Bn
The nannpapi i t I IHarl said U
the newly married cotlpla Wanted
to live in Britain, they would be
allowed to do i.....n >ondMon thev
did not Indulge in any political
activity.--- (Renter.)
Achvuan Hack
m rrntn Fare I
Mi a m terrtng
0On With State Depart-
ment official! and will see Mr.
00 Monday morning.
I l.< Ke< i. t..i \ will address a
joint BeasaM Ol Congress on
Wednesday He told reporters he
did not plan to ask Congress Im-
nediatel) foe legislation to carry
nut American contributions lo the
expended North Atlantic Pro-
gramme He &ald that the com-
munique issued in London did not
cover everything dlactuaod by me
Foreign Mmrsteca Hut guest.
studied did not include atomic
energy control or the future of
Jet ii auon
There has been no change in
the American attitude towards
admission of the Chinese Com-
munists lo the United Nations. He
did hot know whether the Rus-
sians had made any new proposals
about the organisation.
"Everything we have done in
the past three weeks has been In
strong support of the United
Nations" he said
"We arc trying lo make all c
efforts lomplctnentary. not rival
efforts." Mr. Acheson said he
would be "very glad" to confer
with the United Nations Secretary
General, Trygve Lie as a
possible about the letter's recent
visit to Moscow, Paris, and Lc
don.
Asked If he foresaw a direct
break In relations between the
;
and Rumania as a result of recent
"reprisal" developments, the Sec-
retary of State replied "1 should
think not."-"
Boxers Give
(ood Display
Fighting Ha i ley gave
lo 'n-, mam/ followers.
r did three rounds of shadow
boxing and then sparred three
i'ii Sam King who also
gave a good account of himself.
The challenger jjas at his beat
specially when punching and
Vadlng leads from his sparring
i ner. This exhibition impressed
rters no much that they
re sure of his victory over Kid
Haiti on June 6 He also d*ri'
i- round* with Sugar Ray
j '.m, will meet Al Mauler
n ir.e -ame card.
'Over at the Savoy in Meein
Hall Street. Kid Ralph who op-
poses Bailey is doing some seri-
ous training with his sparring
partner^ Al Mauler, Beltlcld Kid.
I other bifxer*. Betfteld
Kid was stopped twice by Ralph,'
ho claimed that he" Is ex peri-'
encing great difficulty in getting i
-parrtng partners.
Stranahan
Wins Amateur
Golf Title
ST. ANDREW, Scotland.
May 27.
Frank Stranahan, 27-year-old
son of a millionaire, today won the
British Amateur Golf Champion-
ship for the second time in three
In tha All-Ainerican final h-
beat Dick Chapman. 3B-year-old
farmer. United States Amateur
Chumpion, by 8 and fi over
I ilc*
Chapman was also runner-up
for the British title In 1M7
Btranaftaars ntacJurte-tika golf
liiumphcd over (he mure orthodox
bill excessively painstaking play
by Chapman In a match which
Louis. 411 minutes *
Playing in wretched rainy and
windy conditions, the Amer
rivals crawled through the first
'B holes in. 3 hours, 40 minutes.
at the end of which Stranahan
WSUJ three UP
The 12 holes played In the after-
noon took I hour. 55 minutes
Chapman was mainly responsible
loi ihe delays. He spent a lot of
ttnie on ihe greens consulting
v. nh his caddie.
Stranahan conslstenly outdrove
Chapman who. despite his caution
hiile.i to even matters because of
some weak approaches and put-
tinq lapsed. Reader
The Weather
TODAY
Pan Rises: 5.38 am.
San seta: 6.17 pm
Moon (Full*) Mai 31
l.ilhtlni: 7 0* pin
Hlsh Water; 12.48 a
YESTERDAY
Kjlnfall M'odrinaton) nil
lolil for month lo Yester-
day: 5 17 Ins.
Temperature (IMIn.) 73.5- F.
V.lnd Direction mm) I
(II a.m.) E. ,
Wind Velocity II miles per
hour.
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111 am ) 2SI953
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