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PAGK IK.ill ADVOCATE THI'KSIIW. XI'Bll. It. 1931 AUSTRALIANS ANXIOUS TO SEE W.I. CRICKETERS CoUegf \\ in loot bit/I Game Iram Empire 1—2 CollrK< Ion foolhull lil H day. The tut i nine to end with Collci Then opponent* ilf. J A n v. Mile ( H I Mi. AlbOil William*. Hnrper II Empire. College*! goalie cd the M his mnnj nv He i counlcrpart Clarke. The GUM With ihe Blues dcfi i ith Roiil Empire 1 but immedmtel> Clleiie v. „ on ihe -ma. hard to open iheir tearing. Ten minute* later they *ol their first urc**s when O W. Smith U %  tilre fui ward |iot the 1 •he lefi luke In netting n left foot *hot. <\ Liege .ir Coals in the le.l A pi awarded them fl his hanilt lo ;i powi Tudor m ihe pi I right wing .! A W I ihe paatto and tcorad to b> goalie's rmht. The tcore was t en 2—0. Mr Alberl Williams nolrhet the third goal lor College with a lieautifi'l long distance pletcly beating the goalie. Empire, who were kept mosllv on the defensive. DOW I over for u short while resulted them %  go.tl Harpei their centra forward, K\ past m> College's backs and un their goalie with ,1 rail 1 The score was 3—I. Shortly before half | lege took the score lo 4 I at* this was still the score at the interval. J A. wnUaa being intercepted in the pan all Series Billed \s— "World Championship" The 9 %  much %  j Australian loot In farina 4VgRI iinfi.inwith thaii players. 0 batanian, %  %  %  worrall. .'. in Rimiflhin and VRI Lyall Rowa, lieiili-r 1 enl f r-.ni \l< I %  11 pti< n %  %  %  : I a Its p No Brt dmin .n ertckM 1 %  rani show. ing of its Test learn in the recent iv d Test scries against England has caused some critics here uprarnacy %  u ami the m • %  I ..is had to play %  without Br adman. untry. with the %  %  -led Australia^ the UUe plona, unlil the If.C.C -. lan were far from Invtncfbal It la quite obvious lhal haul" of candidate?, Ii r.< I fore NM !' %  meet iba ranownad Waal Indian:. • summer. Tin being hilled here aj championship of the world." Australia retained the ashes i inland, hut .1 mrvai oi matches shows hoe tine of the biggest up*"'* neket history mold I cut rao. England was blighted with bad luck. After losing the tos. In 111 OI'IMIMMS K MILLER Gtfdner Will Not Flghl (hi Mbaj 22 J?tu I?., < %  ; %  .::: \ • *>*** shot with in left foot to the rlsjh' of a motionless goalie. Second Half The pame was nlmost umvenl fui trier rasumpUon Tim tun. College was dawn in the Knipn. nren and then Empire would laki over, but some I fore the score 'hanged. However, %  few mil uti the end of Ihe game. Empire go; in another goal. Brewster, playing at inside left for Empire, anally not pa i u of the ball altar (1 melee in th. College goal area and scored into an empty goal. Al close or piny ihe score was 4—1 In College. The teams were :-— College: Itoach LONDON. April 2.'. Jsrk Oaranar, iinmh and velahi champion %  %  1 Bi 1 \ weight, si H ant, the Lnndri' 1:1st Test tt Brisbane, it bimdlei! Ha the Australians out for 221 only. waiting t&J longer to make UJI io encounter n Brisbane "sticky I ta-dner*! Injured dog." easily the worst lintllriy piti n left thumb hag BO! come aJonG in Ihe world. Even men th-.. Id hoped, and it is n> I pearl] pullea lha game out of the I ready for May 2?.. )irr "In 1 ho circumstance*. John md 1. I %  Ad in mi important fight until %  roughly fit." thumb m %  'I hurl it again when Mexican Swimmer Visiting Barbados 1/. i\ HKOW \ M ST //>> 11 /• m \L % % % %  N. April 28. Ulackpool's ms.de the FA. -lie on Octavo OlKU.n Rod-iKO twenty-sii-ycr-old ItoUcn V'uT^ TftESjR on h's way homo after attending llicPan-Amcricin .... ..„.. , Mtk oicipici in Argentina is in Barbados. He is an Lntrmnsll L.mlnu yesterMnfei on the Rio Jur.mmto. an Argentine ship at present Jay to limprt M.Bhily .„d com,n Carlisle Hay (uaavo, a member of the Mexi^ d "' pnln '" "" "" ur i ;w it fait worse and he had %  — Iteulrr polo team was als<> covering Mexican lewvttloh itntlon JCHTV-ChaniM l 4 (ol which he If %  >' %  >. and "Ovoi-iotics", j Ip rl !lis marrietl gnd has three (hiklitn He lock pan In several of |l i i %  % %  n imet aga i I Brazil. 1 the* US but I . m any of the Anal game* His three brothers. Jose. Otih i o on the team. Otilio was their chie* er and Tonatluh brok tw wfmminr records, elre rind 800 I I Water Polo r WORRELL Ihe 1.501 %  -hi. Of the water pol- gu. DU by Arteiitm;i. DB thought there was little tn ehotaa the Argentine and %  i Iguaj teams. in,line his stay here he has %  i al of the local water in tetlon He Uunkii •h-ii they are below th* standard ol the Mexican leam. but lit %  Ought that our island UMU] rurta forrtuaablt, Hoa • i laekeaji properly organised strategy. PI;-' Kept the ball too loot: In Mexico they are taught. "if wiu'ie not in ; %  position to shoo*. right away, get rid of ihr ball.' Quick passing must be developed Another feature of their trilning i 0 ** 8 ?. Is working out different tact" and moves on a blackboard. Thei before trying ihem out In water, they are i n land to obtai WINTTORUN IN PARIS %  >N. April 24. Arthur Wint. the Jamaican holder of the Olympic 400-metre %  tie hi been chosen t,t represent the University ol London in the 400 and 800 metres In the athletic match against Paris un In Paris on Sunday—Ureter W hut's on Todav urn 111 uu 1 lit 1.ill. L1NDWALI. RAMADIIIN Injuries From England pOUtl Of Via* %  id tboul Uuj tece ITj t-jiKiana had me game SOME of the top Ur AiKtrallnn game*. expected f> clatb In the forthcoming W.I. did not help B n gla ik l .in Htia It cuter light latl i N I A Modern /BMS Owen* LOfTOON. A modern MrtUM Of .'i Owens, n .thin New Yorker naiwt And> Slanlield. Is In %  !'! ii i rowd fui ti %  BtanfleM Will IH> t memlM-r -f | Grifnth. Foul small American team running in the Ihird and Fourtn .. EngUnds win in Ihe las! Tes. by p laam that was not exaacteti l.i prOfl troublesome BttOKUttM the critic*. Many unkind UUBg about tne teiini eiuly i the tour, some of which may haVf been deserved. Bui IBM bV grand leauershlp of rreddie urown, the leam showed It could overcome adversities and tight back. NEWCASTLE'S EIGHTH HUP FINAL teem'; ftn ward Imo U another necessity GusUivo went on to say thin what he and hi* brothers knew about swimming was all due to tnetr father Gustavo de Hodrigo. Senior, who was a iwimmer of Johnn. md he had swain against him M) father, he said, has devoted much of his life to developing water polo and aquatics in Mexico. OUSTAVO d RODRIOO our /other taught us. the Rio JuramenU and arrived here five days ago via Trinidad The ship is expected to leave performed first Barhado* this afternoon. \ complete perA,BO on uo r< arr thirty ,ed movement gg P 0 "'^ !" > **>> id lecret signs Mexico. nine Gussy May Play Film Lost The only unpleasant part <>; Gustavo's trip was that his movie Hv Pi;Ti;it DITTOS mmm was stolen while he was LONDON. April 16. gSSj* %  .^''worTh^bx!," %  i l ii(,, ,. Argenuna. It was worth tuout led by Director Wan Seymour. l5 .ooo Argentuie pesos. He also Mt-p mil on to ihe brilliant "-reen lurf ol Wembley on April lost five rolU of tUm. three oi JHth tor the F.A. Cup final of 1951, Ihev will he equalhnr i "hich had been used. Howev.-.record by their mere appcaennee (; " ,v "gUJ Uu P" 11 ;i,,,, hav II will I* the eighth occasion man. Stan Seymour W **& ^JST'lLt-,. ^ .a. When Newcastle United, IX>NDON. Corpeous" t;.issy Moran. No. I We7' m die. ' %  """" fW "' "IWH tennis. I| rx 1,1 peeled in grace B I again this year. Offlcials at Wembley plan tt slage a professional tournament in July, as part of Ihe Festiv.il i | Britain sporting eclcbrat naturally, they want to feature tn tennis stars. It is also hoped that .tad. Kramer and Pancho Segura w. also compete. BeeetaJ lllvition n.-kr u.,11 —Sea Seoul-. Mill pla> I.1111., St. Ho* Heoutn al Uie Mmlrrn Hlffh School —5 tt p m. I'ick Alrk-Rcvers and Everton will meet thb> after 1 MIL In a I II-L llivltilon football match at Kenilniton. This malrh was to have been played la*! Salnrdav but wan rtpened due to rain—S at p m Inlrr flub Table TennU at V M t A.— V M 0 A. ft Foundation 00 p m. Dverton ta. Hampton — g.M p m. Kama \. Police — 1 N o m V M.P V. vs. Fox—1.3 p m Annual General Meetlnr of the Society fer the Tre vrntlon of Oueltv tn Anl1,1 % %  at w ik.-ti.-ld. White park 8 is am. CINEMAS I >-plr# 1 Tk Thl>4 Un" tJM OKmnlr -Rathlm IVialr" *i DlMINM Motion** (;ib*'dais lncoiptS and "In ., 1„ m I .n"" II"—INS POLICE BEAT BDOS REGIMENT 25—15 Full blame .... i:if AUattallan lump muii ! %  takan bn Wa bp'smom. Mr. Williams Da While (in London, In %  aartw """• J''^ '•'"* "SS?" WUllam., Smilh, I' Tudoi rial i... or. II • '" '"" •" "•'•' f"" '"""'" Tudor. 7. Mr vvllliId uj They did lull come up K. Ihe l.corlEmplre: Clarke, n>, l 1 I iMni -Inmh.id lo which oowiWilaon. Rudder. I> flail., Mon I I 'Ohll twnlMy, who no :.l m In IOK counlry ha IONIC in"lcam reiu'r^l'*! M. ,',','u PmUe drfoalcd .. ..as contMled un FA Cup rim.1 II .,. hi by a, lie ie 1 A lie luia Ma, '"•'"<"" • -J !" %  pnfonnanrc previou-i i.,„ ,, M i, ror NtweaaUa t>o„, lha h „ MwivE Sd ,.Sond Division baakatba Villa nml ouUldi in Ihe 1923--'! lucre lime ,l.v. Th.re iL match which win pliiyeu 1 I Three Final Malml Aaton Villa lucre inn, days. There, h. 1Jillnol A „ V| . limes ihev have been niccaarfljl NowcaaUa UnHad nave alwaya 'laylor wan in Iheaimy al Ihelitne T,)c PHcc leam playind al hon 'Ii."..-?'. F ,l "! 1 f|n d .' oll f." m cs they bam a rainoua naiw In i bul he chanped into civilian W(,ro Qn lo P llutchin Norvillc. Rahira : Mi II II T'DAD WILL FIND NEXT BRANDON CUP SERIES HARDER iFrcin <>>ir snald Ltali) tig, ilf, told .1 bii crowd on Bui Trinidad would not IMI.I easy next year In Ihe 1V| Cup senc* II ol Jamaica takl lha t pleasant, the lannlt vary good, and thai Trinidad n team. Sturdy mada ipaclal mantlon of Ralph Leajtll, who had been phiymi; the gaiU only three raar*. ne "Lognll WHS nhsuliilely OUtttand ing. Ralph Ciiiai for ('..-. .1 I high tribute to the orgi isation. and so did Bernard Oo kc on behalf British 1 %  read) wail known t.. Brill h accuatorned rowd 1 panlog baui ian, AI %  • %  si.mil.-id's likcnesi to Si ' %  '' ""' .. nit i.nlv m hi n ntli t %  %  tprtntlng hm he nld la be %  lallure lie ruv 1 has long-Jumped durihaj Ihi "< gforonajr, over 25 Mt Anini and Burke bul none wat Dathlng left-hander. I irutn whom much wat tat on Ihe South Afrtoan lour, proved %  fchanej playar. Too oflan it wat left to the 1.11 % %  iln diminutive Kai eli, lo hall what mpleic collapse mm WATCHING THt SC0 IV M NAtlllStR-filAV t L''.l;.li ot ItJMig >lUt : %  • %  Gtaasiai n %  .; ii-. Ii Trallir llon't No. 34 • DO NOT FORGET TO CONCENTRATE ON YOUR DRIVING. Space made available by CANADA DRY lor Safer Motoring. IPf 40(KI n 1 rimili DI uni.i1: .... . ... ,it 1 hi* -laot* "I HIP name lo Hi %  in.a minus 1 boiweeii J4QO anu 4000 v llou!d r.r-M n I thr %  limp 1 v brigrit. %  Hey 1 oi MCUH bed.4 to ne*i. and piohibly ihr l-i. bapd *..l\ • Irid ol MK) or nu -iii sas khfual iiHi.i png HOTS Riw %  Hi be twlow lie 30O0 .... and ihrr.'Iore neMluii %  ii liinu. 1; is better lo con % % %  ell ul the Norili-Sout.il w.mifl ne io>t y. tlml II both rea are ju-i br:ow :woo. IL kilvl-able not to go cut unlil ih ppoonenU| iiave : ii.r, *i!| havti ior ttielr ftt -1 nai .1 • Vletori avi 1 Blnelcpooi will pul them amons have won ihe Cup foui un.. Aaton Vlllt and Blackburn lead lha Arid wftn a %  % %  each i, %  next with 1 v. %  fBeM United are fourth with four. Win or i lha New Uiev have reached Iba Bnal ihi rnuib.iii. Sin.e tinc.i ol • %  ; '' %  go .,! %  igj ... the) ground. Ram uwar and the resumption of p< %  Ho knocked .it the door .>t Ihe lima M-III ink has been parti Players* entrance and expUUnedl to nlnrlv true Much of theli r.n.n111 that he had come tome poople might lern 11 U plaj foi Newcealic The dm nkieper ilecided thai Fmie WU lhal doaluuaj m Ihg tramfei rolling his leg; that h,. was 10.. riioj have boughi small to be playtog for Htweatll told plarers with 1 noquency ti %  hlmteil up lo ins full has earned them the title oi "the 'ive feet two Inches and tried ii.. all through million doUai teaa And vet that title vit null rewirtnt A Stnr Keith Miller When I" Una <>r bowlini I reeling lhal omathlng wat happen Bvani [hal tin wt no railacv in the %  B wat tuperb. An-tiaiian bowlers. "ill -freak" eff-iplnnar, Im k Ivoi 01 %  tarring and tpead Rgr^ %  UadwaU, still tale t<. wreat havo In %  howling spell, performed well. hut iverton lellrement from llrst-i 1 ftn bualneai reason* has latl Ihi ton a big gup 10 nil. %  that several Auatrallan erleketan who have served their count!) well in poat-v then beat and that new lain %  iual be found One ease in particular i; wlcketkeepar Don Till 'ish raportert who saw iiii 1 on Ihe MM lour couM not beUevo it wat U o ume Tailon on lha recei Tallon ml tuniiiii ri throuRl ...ii To raplaea nln 1 n ot Miletly %  MM I III AlthouRh IN n Manager to dfracl them The ham bean frequant participants In man who held th,. job ..! the l the transfer market, their •*' %  "" '" %  • %  ,l "' %  ndlture on new man has been %  NI -" ,I %  %  % %  lwl DfTBd hv me unounl i ved • %  Mewi ., lub n I .irBoardorD .,,, ,:IMI.OOO. have tn equal share In the tfl i the tfagglltt*H thei known. • 1 MMM Team" M f the 1 The y'll I)o It Every Time &CEPS SPENDS HOURS IN HIS 8AX YARD KEEPING FIT WITH HIS WE'GHT-LIFTING EQJiPMENT — 0 be 1 .. AuttraUa hu n< rther wlcketkeepet lear Test itandara it-" vho officiated In South Africa, A'as kept out of crickel iiu season with an injured leg Youngsters Austrahn hna two goUDg crick tten hon, whom much should be ihe next few yearfikej are right-hand batam %  Burba 'mv \ n \ itch md Hi Uplayed -"" r smallcsi. and ot the 1 grand lighting knock after Auaiama lime, ctoveraal players In again. But ihe doorkeeper was adumnnt and not until the rr Ol one of Ihe Newcastle Directors. who knew Frnie. was he tMe :> get into Ola ground. Miirkinji MiilthewN 1 lardeti ta k confronting of the Newcastle pl.ivns Wembley looks to be lhal lncin> left-hack Corbett. To him falls the unk of marking the mbnttabtt Matthews. If he can hold up the Hlackpo i tej la 1 inoan-bora ..1 I." Whom the;, laid .ihout £32,000 when signed 1 %  r-.lt v last tat had fail" In Ihe Fifth Tott in M. %  dathlng rlght-haj %  1 ti Jloj de Courcw. i>oih or New South Walea, •" medium •pace Western Auitrasiai rlH'ii-aiiT 1 ry Pi % %  cricket with a bleu this year. These ; certain to <>ii*t tevi rtl of ti who haitki-|.t AuatraTj In crieKet tn recenl years. the First Division; centre-fd Milhnrn. who began his an outside-tight, and won an England 'cap' when 1 Into the leader of the attack, lelthnlf Crowe: and full-backs Cowell Too Small An amusing ttory eoncarnl.ig hal during the war he was spotted in.1 Rbwcatl imi uti itad lo p'-'v ti'i uk lames'* Park s-ho are lucky enough to hav ickets for ihe match may be prodded with more goals than on I'uallv expect* from mieh an even U the p A Cup Final J&R ENRICHED BREAD TIII: 1 00111 \i 11 n s 1 iiou 1 ^JrO0*' OIL SM. 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TIH'RSn.W. APRIL 26. 1*51 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE THREE Sugar Cannot Be I)e-r aliened IN BRITAIN LONDON. April 19 The Food Mini official reply to L-irj Lyie, have explained why sugar cannot be taken off the ration in Britain at the moment. Lord Lyle had suggested that the Food Minuirv would have available this year from Commonwealth and home sources 360 GOO tons more sugar than Is requi-e I to maintain consumption at tre present level 0 r 2.300,000 tons : %  year. The Food Ministry nitree that the unratloncd consumption has i>een estimated at 2.550.OOO but state that the estimate ,, ba.-crt upon informalim date and therefor* subject to -t wide margin Q| error Room For DinVrmces These facts are brought to light by Mr. W Shelton Smith. Director of Public' Relations. Ministry i>( Food, in a letter to Ibi I'I tines, wh m I-.rd Lyles original statement appcare.) earlier this month. Mr. Smith says that for 10 y*ar& the Ministry has based its estimates of sugar available on quUMttkg which witl actually come into stock in the I' K • Alendar year. But I year" of various Commonwealth ecuatrtaa, including Iho U.K. itsert, falls into two calendar years "There is. therefore." says Mr Smith, 'room for hpwa> m Trinidad drag built to carry vessels of 1.800 tons but when completed this was reduced to 800 tons, and iinally. when put into use. to 800 ions, this being the highest tonnage, which It Is estimated could be carried safely. Henry, Smith Resign From Grenada Nutmeg Board (.RF.NADA, April 24 M. Henr>. Chairman of the Nutmeg Iktard and S. H Smith %  manor, yesterday both tender. cd their resignations from the Board as a result of the Board's % %  i' letision to transfer the Kate man whose dismissal was demanded by striking worker* last week, because he slopped a man arriving 25 minutes late. Gciry. on intervention, had proposed the suspension of the galeman for two weeks, but apparent1;under pressure of a majority. the Board decided to compromise b.. the transfer of the gattman. againsi whom there was not specific charge of failure to discharge his duties. The Oldest B.G. Leases University Land To U.S. In New World Chi Urn Inquiry \djournvd GEORGETOWN. Apr.l 25. FCRTHER %  %  M ding th. RllhlTUMl" The British Guiana i~. Michael was adjourne* IIUA Dnaai coNhidad utfollitli >>-!rici -A* **. ,J_ H l l,H A u .. leaseol S0O acres of forest land in i WeU,, Hr.rJ;£l£ r ?i£ itMulS" ,n E " u,l >" %  Porn'ruon river D. J7.r*V '•"""i.K^ .r,nmwill 0, ,ri '-" tp l,SA ^""ber com %  iVLv.1... .1 m "; PS**" '"' U %  %  nd Gap st lelebrate Its fourth centennial on WOOi( mwJ ^ .,.,, ',., „ w ,..rf*.i !" IK.I fiat* *.. it Tn<1 "dreement w*i rone; bj na>U Order" of the QueVn 'th Ray Berney. PreMd.-nMotsser Juana La Loca (the madi. I^"*" .{-.""IT S? 1 ^"*' nSf b ?? y WM daughter of Ferdinand and IsatTS.A.. and U. S. Herringion. \ i vhere a post iwlla. and her son. Emperor '''"'dent of the Inter-State Pi ., porCharTc. V. San Marcos was wood Corporation of Orcr.. US.A. e-tab i'hed just 14 years after The eompanMa propoae to Invel W4 1.imn t fcame a .it.. The only $1,500,000 in the two prcdaett A ti m David Tayloi who othei .mversit.e*. on this contisawmill and plywood plant will Mi ion to Or A I nent *hich are near the antiquity et up on a 35 acre sna al Aurora Cato at lha Plil of So.i Marcus are the University Village. E Coagl of MfxiiM. founded on September utrmliun %  roTfe will begin In Jut 21, 1*51, and the I'mvemity at or July, when m.ichiner. and time in January when he m Saint Thtmtas of Aquinas on the c^ulptnem Mrtl i*lanul If On is located |ust a few blocks \J S.A.. in the initial slan-' bill BOJ I ilgnt .f im II train local men to take ovt %  day he The company ami in. fJovi Ol aim '" Di Baylay's Hoapital ment will build a gi.mt i..adwa> win through the forest for tranaPM • saw his lion and other piii|He% \M PIT from I'i tnwn l.ii men an< i Martin in down% %  open to both lay Dominican student! is now a eo educational institutun and consists of the Facullit of Letter* Economics. IJIW, Com merdal Science. Pharmacy, Mo hemi*try. Education. CrMsmlatr) MadH Science Odontology and Velerrarian Medicine. The movement fur the i*t;ii Hlmu'iit n( the university in IVI.I wa led by Fray Tomas de San Martir. one of the outslandin: represiiitalives of the Domini.a Order in Fern, and Capt-m ii.> nnlmo Aliago. one of the Qfiflni 1 C oBjsjitl s tadorw who umler ihc leadership of Francisco Pian\> overthrew the Inca Empire. The University was recognize.I n> a papal chool in a Papal llo I issued on July 15, 1571 by tl' %  Pope. A si ries of special programme' conference* and ceremonies wi I be pienteo during this year !• %  celebr-tion of the University four-hundredth anmv< suitable craft will also be utilised D*fi re inquest for river Ilanafioclatton the-' ^— — — urnment was need iiari*. if *iu ram ved M the i aal maeteai 1 in In tie toalyat m had nui 7'dad Customs Excise Guards Want Pay Increase 1 !!S r fc s REDS PLAN CONTINUE k FIGHT AGAINST CHURCH Red Offices Attacked NICE. April 24. Dressed as parachutists, ann armed with sub-machine guns a group of unidentified men attacked Communist party offices Henlast night. Three men in the ere beaten up. One to hospital.—Reuter. L.A.C. PLANE MAKES EMERGENCY LANDING VATICAN CITY. April 24 '*"""" *>"' "> cnMponi. Vatican quartan said today ihe JOKt OF-SPAIN. Apr.l 23. ;.! %  •< ted ConferMr Rene Serrao. a member of -.usied plan< for suppress tht u ht Aeroplane Club made tag the Roman CatboUf Church"" '" ie '^ nc >' uinduig at the St. completelv In the Soviet satellite*Vincent Race course on Saturday Ml ;,. wluic en route to St Lucia in thiaircraft Castor of the Aeroplane At Ihe meeting held in Kars. Cluo Mr Serrao left Piarco foi bead Boharoia. thay wata repottadStLucia but never reached U have decided to set uy an in-there. for while on his way he ternationui body designed to or-encountered bad weather around gauise and co.ordinnle the Comthe Grenadines. He spent the aiunlst struggle against religion night in St Vincent and returu—Renter M to Trinidad via Grenada. B4CKAGAM! ^-*air ---ANDSO % %  — ^BK WELCOME fat* reiief lor iMM* nostl 11$. ONCk AGAIN \ nk\ Va-tro-nol Is ... IICV YOU C\H PREVENT tlie dcvelopnxr.t of rmnv colds h" using Vicka :... t^wl-.iMsniiilcorsnccie. NOW ^OU CAN CUAg cold-clogged nose JI seconds with a few drops of Vkka Va tro general election. Govern%  nent spokesnifn were confident thit voters would conlinue thswing away from Socialism, HUM'. ed In 1MB Labour spokesmen were Just a^ hcadinc Harbour Log In Carlisle Bay VI V Snlgrrtvld. S. h (lli.rta Hvntlri PORT-Or-SPAIN, Ap Customs ."' %  Excise guards H "•I tlH'l preaant salansw. ind am saekinf t th.> inn. wafa icgritiling scheme Tl"that no attention is being paid us at all hy Vu %  houl lha low ii th< it i ties" ratj etalm thai lha* havt hid u .II .•*.. %  PAA Enioy the haepitolity, c !" feel and tho johttol service which hoee mad* PAA "first choice of veteran travelers the world over. NEW YORK s . %  luiri lioni Mioiiil. H'lhmxl lVday. %  eastd hip Kaoanssa i'" now in ttt. t tioiii Smi |agfk Fferhie A|W Ulk a U #^ui haW r \,„ fait IntrnaUonml Airport In fdiVwlJd iaafead ot La Gtwniia Field. MIAMI Dsfly Hights-non Sjn |jn Spei i. .!>... n... II.. I now In cint ST. CWOIX ST. THOMAS Wm %  i %  i %  i %  %  IkCasi i>% ssnH c^vaistpr (lin-i' (m%rii.rtil iiri>*rture tlnim. Tou can now "l\y PAA" to KrilOPi:. StM'TII AMKHICA. I ERICA, Ml \l %  < !>• FAR 1 UF1 A, \ M -i, liU'lc-h aiouod ii..warhl For 32 years the leading international airline—PAA was first to link th* Americas by air. first to fly lo all sis continents. Fur r#en nilom. are gear Fret.i Agsiif or Philip amiih. Pugrn ARKIX AI ASTW1HOMBI iitrtaii K*. a s AU'OA i irj %  ... .,,! I--, %  • %  l„, \.., M V WU4XSISTAP l.vl M V SARAH I1C1.1 i^ '". AIK.IOM. lot U.MIiil*..* ach ntAMnui w %  .nun Cap! Hll. ' Himh Oil ACCIDENT SllOltl> ..(!.! .' h'llv X-lll rjwnad b) Cyril Atktns ed Chrh Church and ruivan bj BrtKUor AII. ins >.i rtvol denl on Haagati Hall Road srtl i..i i p i. ownad b Three rlousu i ml rtion in drtvan ba Oswald A]kf*na %  Oravag H.II si I'hiiip IK* "Jutla f*w drops up ooch ncsfr/l" cry at i ve Party kept as quiet possible—Mr. Churchill maintaining complete silence—for this war mtra-Sociailst's quarrel. Bevan'* arguments stormed ir-agnlficenth fr< m the general to the particular He opened with the theme thai democracy can only be protected from Communism by a renrmament programme Sat strictly in proportion to the achievement of social democracy. lb* '.utiatance of his complaint pgainst Mr. Attlee and thr Chan* cellor of thr Exchequer was that they had been le.l b) the Unite! States in an armament programme that could not be achieved Communist leader Harry I'ol. UU (tiu, last night prophesle.1 he will, one day. be Prime Minul'-r %  f i_ 4 a* I *"'• onp ^ a y< * Prime Minislfr Irl&rrVSnOW AttaCKS ^ Britain, addressing the Uni"Society Legislature i|i.i.d'i GRENADA. April 2* Hon. T. A. M.irryshow. mak. Ing a public appearance in the Church Hull police meeting last night as President of the resuscitated Grenada Progressive League. OTTAWA. April 25 strongly criticised the legislature's Canada will begin this summer passnge last week of a Bill to proI recruit women for the armed Elmb.ii. a a hibit the importation of publics, forces and Indications are ihev *'"' l,k ; % lions deemed of seditious characWlU pla> a major role in BCAFS l.'i. J>UIK ".. .i move I'denj udur unitthe average West Indian what the Defence Minister Claxton end.>.l costermongcr bought in bookstalls a month's speculation when h of England without hindrance. told the House of COBunoi lso said—this Bill was more lerday a decision had been taken ous than the one of general UJ recruit women foi rvgulal seilitlon which has been referred IICAF unJ 'or rescrvr force* ( .f u a Select Committee. He dethe three services —(C P ) larod he would do his utmost to ftect the removal from thi In Touch with Barbados Coastal SUtion Caatt sna WirtiwM Wl> IM aVH lh*i I I *hip tnr.ii •iii %  aaasd u in%  a I'lmiMii ". n *s UHIV H h PAH AMERICAN Mango AtAWAts |>S CtsU & Uft, Ltd. Broad St HridsrUiwn 'Phone HM i After buslneM hears —MOV | BRUSH UP....YOUR... .SMILE... •w r irfr w Mat* r^t*K. _) WITH fHE CORRECT-SHAPE TOOTHBRUSH rlv R~1n Joy.ua TIM S S Ada S NorOmiMHMUIn. % a J BaaSlaat, S %  Wisdom ^ W.ll... .1 Americanism of the Utbour Party QraduaU] ta get a j-rip on the Parliamentary cni VICKS< VA-TRO-NOL , oiHSO ^ ashCS ccis r ,vQ tion. Uie Party while it is in danger. But while he wag speaking on mailers of theory and the brond aspect of policy, he undoubtedly had the car of the majority. Allacks Oailskell Unions Em-mirage Macliines But Aneunn Bevan nlng ( and sometimes politician. Rancour does not desperato Th ? American printing operative Hu, n Ciliskell. Chancellor "s much ino're effective an i Kx. nequer. In his April 10 Budget TQ REMAIN. ON JOB I/)NDON. April 23 A new tic*! has been decreed for Brltsm's army of middle.aged ildrly workers, instead of drift. %  Jig into retirement at 8ft or later that will be encouraged to re main on the job to assist Britain ti meet her expanding re-arma. ment and export commitments T'lis Is the sequel to an appeal for deferred retiietnent made bv f the when a minister makes a speech K'-,,,^ far more" than aftor his resignation. Bevan mad* ril !" T n but d0Ca n t some grave efforts .„ this extraThi, T. ^" n ^ V h r ",t r ordinary speech-he made the ,hj Hr,rUhT n u lh " ndin * ( 5 |...ch-1pe.l IM l.i Col H-ou use Rimof Rinw's rx.i h;rd-working suds cork through and through e\>cry article, desning out all the dirt, so thonsughly — yet so gentiy. ll .£(. %  .iv ivomuch hctter v.-hen you\i>kinw in the wssh. MNSOforqll your wash / a-a sea •• blnet to get hia way on a nun. N o* only is there no opposition inor points during the by the American unions to introduction of new machinery or When a mnn rMiim u^m IKP m **hod. but such improvements vesr. His hearers ask whether hr jj^. ^Twfu irlre^out^ Bl not playmg politic, still iind rwIucp ^^ lni .] udlllR fr ^ %  L n „ intake of labour and wage mecnLobour Divided t.ve scheme^. Labour M.Ps received his •peech coldly He has committed 'he unpardonable sin of Parliamentary democracy; he has livlded his party just before an flection. He has probably brought •he election nearer and has mad'. t certain at least by the autumn. But the most powerful impres-.on made by the speech of this man who has so often been reckoned as the future Prime Minister was that he vindicated Parliamentary democracy. He was at "dds with Mr Attlee He rcsjgnc.1 Government leaders sat on the front bench and listened In silence to his renunciations of what T\ • regards as -fell out" of socialist principals. 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r M.I i I>I H HVKIIvnns MUlKATE IHIK-II\ \ri.ii HAKBADOS ^& Ai>\t)c*rrE !.._.—1 IV.nv 1 I.) — T— 1 Br M d l_ arMMlow April 26. ••'SI MUSUUSMIOV .. was on, like de! een made irom transportation %¡ 0YCC1 I |1 0,00(1 "i %  Introducing the resolution, it tl of the Govrnm*nl tnd Ihey %  i matter ply to the n Officer in fl tot H %  %  oration to the natter, li wag noceenry to consider whether the amount of money expended was su gTMl as to make it posM iilr tor tl ifM which would accrue to Barbados to ixoutweighed by the huge expend The (lowrninenl had sent uown Ihe resolution to the House hut they were fully aware of the difluultic ol UN ritttftlion. Ii would be diseovertd on ;> rough calculation of the figure* that even if all the emigrant! worked for the lull duration of their 12-week contracts and each paid his third of the return fare, that ernment would sink g sum of between $160,000 and $250,000 in the venture. It was estimated that at least $192,001) would not I %  was the duty of the le wh< Iher the scheme would be undertaken. The House decided In an unbusinesslike way that Barbados could not afford to refute any off avan though it was costly and no! likely to aXCO I months' duration. The question which the House did not decide despite the sperehes of fcft n 1 Mr. Crawford was wheoei the expi ndHure was not a meirwxl of subsidising temporary emigration at the Kpeosc ol local d< /i lopment. It Is possible that because ol the short duration of the employiueni now ofl red then will be many who will discard 'hen presenl employmant, edS at and tl"-" return to Join thi unemployed. This ha before I who pointed "Ut in Bouse that Lh whole seheme wai DJtrely a palliative. It was Mr. Crawford who And it is that if the l ernrnertt knew that there was a ceri ....... -160,000 and 0,0001 th< intuit It would have been better to tnn on %  local Ich would be of benefH to the is!,. was spent on the i toSsJble, to provide emp I bOUt H.TOO people over a period ol month Kven after bl i n ipenl there would be aometl li to it which would bevflasting beneflt to the island and which would mal i l.ulher schemes tor local employment. The House would appear to regard emi. | litlcal Issue and neither of the two DM eemed prepared to %  M thai temporal} employment which would cost the island more than it earned, would lea I inemployment Yet there is no doubt thai that tact ought to have 'eon stressed an I Mr. Crawford deserves the thanks of the community for nng it. Barbadi esnlgraUoB:. It must have it. Hut the island will only suffer if what Stlon, but is really temporary employment, should cost the island approximately 1192,000 for three months' employment of some 4,000 men. I o mtimi Policies For MACARTHl'R IS DOWN A Lasting Peaee >: I I l>RGI LOAN 1 second objective should be The free world is fa-. i..l perhaps IU hiilanga to M %  % %  .. |ood | liquate supply V/f %  '' ,Ll %  to counteract uv u Ki€ ,.. lW Mlil „.„.,, nty is to e*in aggressive move* of communiMr. ..nnlries pnrtielpating in the coinlhat "^ >"-"-> '' hen abandonment mon defence against Soviet tmth,m We must also establish and ma.'n perialism, It in gratifying just and iMtlnj peace know that a start in the endt, u la imperative Ihatfr** on the average mr.cnhave shown have %  appeared lo be inexperienced market competition brelnstiUUconstant and re. ...k-blc improvciSSSdluU. behoove, businesamen to .S true. "* a relaJiv.lv v i nation and '<" lk ->' 1 "" 1 thU ^ riod ot rmer ^^ re to base <: *" ri; %  "-' ,, S" "• nch ** ,1 a "" $ m tnd lh Rni Jrelv U £ now maniie** an "" "' 1,,inc European capit. tl, B U, ,he U N,tion's"hSSre depend. What will we do then with the -tmodjd eartr how w,dely.and h.w .wisely "gSXafl-STSSS lee.2 -pSn. b ? Will we have to cut back and extreat dange nlrd. We mu t my reasons for %  trend to socialemphasis which ism place a on an systeRi. Vany .lislike think llv lh it carriaa out the responsibilities of leadership. The central point • '*" Sa aU1 ."" B^ ^SKT'lSi'TnS.jSS: ss v,; P ,uV menf I think that every bus) nt is man i the United States, and buaineasIree world i Mi,n an" T I. %  .-.. 1 Each member of the free world (tislingutith berhtefc • the few ami capitalism works for th inany. weak to the olher free nations, The trend ( Kuropesn eastl i'iiin i..been away from %  sense of responsibility to the community I am sure the morals of the people of Europe would rise If Uiey eeuld Identify European %  mil tlism with positive rather than a neall polk* ..cling alone w „, m ..„ counteract these or to iW hou i d look ahen.l to that futu attack. ot even the United ( al( a|)d lfl „ rtvl ovcr (he posslStates standing alone can be l)(m Qf f ormu i a Ung a programme powerful enough for self-defense. tha( wou |,( ans ,,t in furthering Acting together, the free nations economic growth and apply the hv run 1 standards imd proSa ) n s made to the common good duetive ichievcmenui will bring y mil WO uld enable un to minimize rboul the currently lacking unemployment and to utilize the balance of power. expanded resources In such a way nr;^ "g 6 but without sacrifice of treedom. the International Chamber of Communism has J^j^J !" &rM question that now Commerce, which will be held In PngBM %  • !" 2 e *"" ^J .houid be the ^gJ^SSnn y ^iS! ESStfSjnSSti eluding the American representapolicy imist k< i tives. will discuss such a proremoval Of tin ., Private U.S. If the free nations of the world 3broa( | a |jo lg a desirable way U do not succeed in avoiding econofoilify ^^ %  xanotnlei and raise mlc maladjustments if they rail n sinndards of living of foieigi t., establish an environment in hich communities can advance arises OgO, or immediate, international economic policy of the United Slates? Development <>( strength at a rapid pace lo offset the military power of IhS DatlOOS In the Soviet orbit should be, I should think, objective number one. Plans to do this arc now being carried out l>y the United States and olher free nations I am confident that rapid In mind that a coiiditmns countries. It hi a most effective which communities %  ""* %  "£• counter move to the condition! materially and spiritually -there poviy and oppreaalon. Is always the danger that the pool !" v lU L .£ T nV e*tmem abroad pic wilt be driven Into commun. .. Jhv American %  %  pic wilt be driven Into rnianu-nt of the non Soviet world I, m Only by our perfun.ia..v r a< _, lv „_ of t i, ^,11—wiihln %  short period con wc hope to eontain the ad '., "' reate SUBOrlorltj 1 of poliu.al. V an.e of the inteiiiationat com ... 'and military %  trsnsjQi mumst movement. r part. Such a state of conTake the example of the Chinoiner .nauon d.tions would make the Kremlin ese. The Chinese farmer who has "P* !" *"", top. look, und listen before emaccepted or even welcomed rombarkuiK on ether diversionary munlsm as a relief from UM mis n -iiovementa. The Weatr.ni cry. oppression, and rorruptii n oi to him. The cancellation of debts, which was made possible through '. liquidation of the w ill bo replaced 11 i.in II..' take bi At the m • tune, we >" the to hi Unite,! Slates must expand our HMtk enpiieil.v lo suth an %  l^il. Will IK' ivpifll. !" .• u KF i. !" -oner m boin Uxvs communism will soon bcteni ihal our own people and the people in ( ome a >okc |ha underdevvloped areas increasAn oconom ed standards, both material and j as it n g peace moial. that dictatonhtps of any | nr | u dc a drive kuid are In no positnm to provide, nonal mdes of production and and will suspend their st Therefore, il stanos lo reason distribution and to Increase for world domination. We Ihal the fn-e world musl move .hnrply the pro worh In this dirriimii forward to oxpend its productive ami maehlnai. and io ri*e ibove Ihe probltrns of rtcIUUes, its OCODOmk strength. A major utep in that direction the day and plan as business |bj KientlAc ItnowledfpJ, would be to demonstrate the statesmen. A Pri'-iiew Of The I Y siiviil LONDON. April 21. 1951. 3rd the Kmg will dedare it open, and the exhibits are crowding into the Dome of Discover) TM Dome is Ihe largspan m 'no world s publicity ofRoar told ma r %  iiildfng in the world I: By D T ROBERTS It does not seem as big as Si. Peter's. Probably Ihal is what encouraged the authorities to let too much get into ihe Dome 1 am afraid It gives U impression of overcrowding. The gallery runOtng mUnd half the Dmne >' dlvidol into two sect ions. Arriving at the top t-f the stairs the visitor Is fared with n signpost. T., the rlgllt he is directed "To Outer Space" and lo the left he i-.dirccted "To the Sky". Then is sllll much work to bo done. In th. Invonlli me he fcelvod many County were too big for his stdt ihova For instanci. a eollapt-ihle bus made of rubber. Then there as n man who wanted to sell him rainbows. He would put a raln]a-i icn days, on The Sky. But how anywhere even across the Outer Space is almost complete Thames And a metaphysical and Includes a glimpse of cosmic weather-man WTOW to the Fe.diradiatioo and •> short course in vni oniee lasl Dacerabai and said .. practical astronomy. At the far that for an nii-.nelu>ive chai*e arc h nd %  -* hx the wsatner laii •alkei ml of outer space, the viffUer ** would lix the weather tl.i,.,\ kll i, m ba will be pleased to nd a moving """imer. The Festival unforlun, au8h n |t sialrcaielhaj w,u take him down *2L22&* !" JBlZ!2V? a !" ^ button I rtalroass thin will taka him ci< to Ihe ground floor. In the centPI of the Dome of DISI ... i %  i a t.tem pole and only a tew yards away is a device for giving lh" visitor the chin Inuaresstori thai he Is exploring the Antarctic complete with %  penpaethn panorama of glaciers. At I preview of the shOW—admitte OBOBOS MALCOLM THOMSON ol AT " %  flamboyant and austere. DOUIJUS ... sy.trni! MacAnhur is a fiqunmore often manifest ^"V, ****< •* Utin than In A.„:lo.s.,xon cunt,,, „ frequent in South America tluin in North. Other men li\-* or behave— Mac Arthur gives the impression of performing before nvisible mirrorThere is a touch of Bonaparte about him. a sniff of Caesar. It is fourteen years since he lasl set fool n his own democratic country. Before that. he was brought up in a military home. His father. General Arthur MacArthur laid the foundations of the full-blooded MacArthur literary style He was educated at a military xhool, watched over by a doting mother, a igure who may explain much to the probing psychologist. Then came an endless series >f military camps Few men have ever lived so exclusively in i world dominated by the ideas of hierarchy ind obedience. But the watchwords of democracy are equality and dispute. It io wonder that MacArthur has seemed to •row steadily more remote from the habits f thought of many ordinary Americans and nost ordinary British. HE IS FEARLESS At the same time, and to some extent for he same reasons, he has come to gain an istonishing ascendency over the imaginalon of the Japanese, an Asiatic people with spects his political hand was a good one He found himself fighting a war which was for two reasons, peculiir and unsatisfactory. Nominally the conflict was an undertaking of the United Nations. One consequence was that the general had no clearly defined political direction. Another was that lie could not strike back at the foe in his remoter bases which were on technically neutral territory. Exactly the same situation had existed on a smaller scale in Greece, where it had prolonged the fight•ng for many months. MacArthur was expected by some of his masters to hold the o8th Parallel—a line drawn on the map but not on the ground, txisting as a political figment, not as a military reality. He was forbidden lo bomb the enemy's bases in Manchuria. Montgomery has said: "Political battles are the graveyard of generals' reputations." MacArthur protested loudly. He enlisted AUTOGRAPH SCRAPS & SNAP ALBUMS at Advocate Stationery ZAY.'SSSA:-sss.'.'. MILK WILL NOT BOIL OVER OK BIRN IF VOU USE OUR : SAFE BOIL Stand "SAEEBOIL" in pan before pouring in required quantity of liquid—use a medium flame and the inn inay safely be left. • E^~ Easy lo Use. Easy lo Clemi WILKINSON & IIAYNES Successors to C.S. I'll,, a,-: 4472 & 4SX7 PITCHER & CO. M wuulil ulso relieve the Amer burden of pro_ vldtng through his Govi-rnmenl staiucund grants ** nations. W l.ro.. I private U S t brings with American -know-how" and managerial skill and thus direct!' ci uirlbutes to lha welfare of the recipient nation Wo would I"' rlaW in risking; much on th faith that tea n o tnfc j improvement and develop.nem. widely shared and achieved i>\ money lender, ro-operative efforts, will make it i., oppiv-sivr i ir< PiVUlon wil] be dominated by the motives, and all the rest of the W >'f "nigh.£• -ill he rid ••IS-year-old Inter**". Th, deSl^ggf. &&£* with a sjnnft tismara hava not Msdcetad either horn strapped to it^ HOMto make SSdSh tUSt STBSSS. v2S fyafTff-.ffjiffliiS ,__~ ,__,_,.^ lln TK.. ITHI "Hii I"d with nil ihe lradition.il SSC for contribuUons to Uluaff Jfe S^A^Jf* 1 M le Brltiata M.,r tor ecnenbic £ J^ ^\, ^ if ^ j*. l *' extinguisher as required by the n "ili" lli.il „__ rn „, 1 i n ,i Hn Ogulauons Of the I^>ndon ril The highest achievement in thi corner is the "morale raiser". Thi* is tn eleetrlcal device to l>e worn under the lackol which, when required, will murmur comforting remarks such as "Well done, old chap; you're InutUns, |US4 B Uttis anxious In charge of humour is an exhibit ''lit people it needs." he said which will be on show, and to "Imagine It with 50.000 people. 12 which he refers as an "electrical days to go"-looking at his watch parody". II 15 Ihe smoke-grinding no. 1 mean 11 and a half days machine Smoke t| fed in one end, Does Mr. Harry need a moral* support in American public life and among nd. and comes out the other rauer. do you think? lights flush, bUHCrs So wc alk.d back to the nor( >rii and the machine mal world, ct of this fairyland pie who have w.rk.-d on it nay rrjckles'and purr;, quietly Some where men .:i trucks nre just it ha been a delight tor the angmt aehievemen'a In invention carrying the sand to the seaside isis. But 1 can testify that they „nd induslrv will also he on show A million UckftS have been sold have not run riot, and this pavilion here—rather than in the Dome of In a few days the Festival will which Is dvalsmed to ravtral someDiscovery. For Instance, ihe selfopen In the process lights flush. bUBCTl st attracllve pavilion. The peohu „ dlaU Ollt IIH \III.IIS SAY: %  leeates th* at UF. I. /—* To r I ill %  be pa that most i'f the members of the I areaj v IH: sonti %  ''iless. %  %  %  tl .1; %  to res -! IMIinr. ; hrlvelI ( i tllBU ing i %  %  %  %  %  %  far loo narrow to develop any progresi i" eonslructiva rootbap. but nuui les li' pla>-ei > i live seasons put tocausing than any olb* In the three tours to narbado.*. of which the lecretar) boasted, the Barbados team was published a day or two before thi actual mulch, and put on the Held withprevious coaching W Because ihe i sit back on Ihe proStl from these tours, they fed they v < %  accomplished tMpathing nonderful. %  1th a n \ y \ Carlton. who ,. a "' ground now have iru re than U* B A i',\ %  fuu Iced playing field and a pavilion. have more than the it A F A although Ihey started ui Cotlymore Ro*-k w iih i tannti i %  .did ii"'' have %  i nothing and the public willing to I iicid io see but ihe B.A.F A has Then whv can't in tell )-ou a ii. Bet.. 'een blessed with a shert-sighlcd, nenertew, unenterprising secre i,.iy. uho hold* ipeetings at the last possible monie:i* and i inasa %  hasty schexlule which .nines to light n few da the season commences -aonwtimca %  ftet b Beeauss the main body of the It.AFA. compnse. ol |MTSOIIS of lethargic and dfilnteiestod dllvositions. who make no effort to rurther lbs Intereeti %  >( football. c Her a use the Barbados I'IUket Association arrange the cricket %  sason when they wish and for as long us thS) i-h, while the subsi.i MI as the D A f A scramble up iru i ir,i! '. i-.K> and stage hurriedly ( matches called a football season. d. Because '< %  >i in the • PeoSUll 'bi-.inie U thargic abls during Hie last four or live \ears of aringmg a tour lo any of Ihe l Hie standard would Imp cause aU players would try to make the team. ilerg going to a** develop the rs trying ic or be tant be-1 Kut ii is more n.ge it ofW %  id Interesting he public (bt i e of phyyouths who Are these Inn. tnd on failin ilAKA Yoai to bon grounds? Football can make monej important (a i I-. source of haalthy entertainment ti> liecausc it offers : steal aclivit> to take part ar.d (c) because it offers a source of inlercoloniat fellowrbip among the i Football is doomed unless the vr.nnger ami more enterprising of the n \ FA gelber an i e HA FA. first eleellng a seeietary capable Of organising anil planning an •ft/active football campaign. The Pill ;n iv ins 'o pun. %  tain nucleus In Uv I \ KJ\ 0*1 them out! %  %  TAN AflksVican newspapers All this was disturbinji in America. Britain and elsewhere. Many people were reluctant even to contemplate-war with China, and willing to shut their eyes to war when China insisted on waging it. Many more believed that generuls should obey their orders and keep their protests for the seclusioi. of secret telegrams. REDS' TARGET The deplorable effect was that MacArthur. by his methods and his personality, drove many who are neither Communists nor fel! \v travellers into a temporary acquiescence in certain Communist purposes; for instance the desire to Rive lo the Communists in the Kar Eastern war as many strategic advantages as possible. MacArthur, railing in public against the limitations imposed on his stiau-gy became a useful bogy of the Ceimmumsts "MacArthur" was added to the propagandist jargon of the Cominform as a convenient portmanteau word to represent "American Imperialism" bent on the destruction of the emergent "free forces" of "the New Asia In net the United Slates Is bent on nothing of Ihe kind Ever since General Marshall wrote off I Chiang Kai-shek and his regime as a total loss, the United States have been willing lo let China evolve in her own way. MacArthur photographed kissing tho hand of Mme. Chiang, could be made to give life lo a very different legend. When Marshall became Secretary for Defence, it •In uid h.ive I ecu clear thai M.^cArinur's authority would either be limited or its days would be numlered "Only God or Ihe U S. Government." said MacArthur "can keep mo from fulfilling my mission." The Government have acted first. Yacht you cannot afford to take chances by using cheap materials. 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THUMDAY, \rnil M i HI BAKHAIMIs \llvu< Ml I'M.I 111, Shell Trainees For Curacao ana l<-fi Barbados aboul a Fortnight a i Idn upempVsymeni %  %  with u> C S M ISIulli Co., tanker fleet. Another man is duo 10 V %  (than will be lavil\| -hnrtly %  Hurt of Mr. Vornon Kniiihl ot Mmtl DtCotH Lltl Agents for Hie Oil Campari) in Curacao and the Delta Barbodol Evening In I itiia ii %  tha n„. Ihautuu, ml n ,n nan i., I "ii'tf %  ..It-i'lav imi'i „n rxTremufcbusy UM • %  •in (if Them During the period (hat Mr ."G imal leM* prior lo Savers u conducting the claai %  man. IW Hamilton laid that he nwi Their training courae rxlcndc.1 rititvclf practicallv no real and >'r over a period of one manthsaJM trfk-ved thai Ml Saver. Had made s of it 8 etlcal dcmonslraHe hopet that when the time i 'hen new4 -arm ly K.K.Ivrrnrvrs YI. o\iu I.OIIII lotiniiKiiiii Iron 7 ; %  other sufficiently'qualified person %  tuthml mfe OUU be available in order to > 4 p.m. daily with prevent Mi Savers having agam ift, to suffer the Intolerable pi ships wore in the harof wnra whirh this con mi i i| that he appreciated Ihc kindness of Ihc Harbou Una ihcS T |,urd Car, be r mere In be used as a laboratory and workshop (or the purpose of Ihc claw nnd the Laboui I rionw who eiranged th.it the men would pi included in Ihc Government scheme of Accident ln>urt n ihcy 3 am H was necessary and worki 111 enrh •!..> and till night row i /IA/\ Will Colonies Haw Dtreci Reprt'sohl sfiof! IN PRIVY COUNCIL? %  >N. April 25, novtl propoMJ 'real parttripain ihc Commonwealth Mr. D. W Sayers said thai pleasure to observ .hole hearted co-operation as the engine room crew of thi Combcrmere Rave by way „ %  i>( the firs. men tailed demonstration to the men -Xdvocatr lion "I i.' %  %  1 around mn when Da i %  "if b] takttifl a lot the company i that % %  • in* wh^^er'e 'D^m'i["Ir'anod ompany. but in a conThe four men leaving are GorSllllHi IH\\f\l\ I It -SIE^ ."',*""' ,)OV ,0n X£ dnn Snd,ford of Bank Hall. Ash. Bi PP"i " "" l P fh.'L' ha, J' Wa B n Oxley of Kensington New "J nt "!• % % %  *• vtcimty. Boad, George .Union, of R,chmond labourers for work ,n c.ap and" St Clair Gibbs of Ila. turacao. Land. Bevklcs Road. •qutntly, skilled an %  ) —_*__ -.icas. %  ';'well as r. including masons and carpentsi The Harrison Unai Af.-ont.m At Ui.same tune, young arrlv " holding the Cambridge f ron STUDF.NTS of tli-* Barbados Evening Institute (Techl taking a unai u-\ tt.T. Lord Combdrotere yesterday moriting under ike du.-oung arrived here yesterday wdh^rgo ^ vvvv ^ w 1 1 1 t^P-i'lin* *hilnbridjki mm Umnoo] rncknluig ii-a h 1Jln rel1 SW P S m Carlisle School Ccrtill.-atc were also iebaM n t. nJtSL. r,,,Jh .„?„ ,l ">' a,lri schooners m the l ai.-. nfor training ,n laboratory HR ^KS^l"'^ f* — %  attber 'oa P ; haXar^S e3 g h r ^f"* ean he said mat very Her agent! are Messrs. Da Costa na!th battened down. had be* n taken on (or ACo ltd i ... the ntonm but there Aftei mldda,. the .an. held had bean a Heady and limited x _, „ .. up and the waterfront waa bus, ii.imin on tar work '" The Court 01 Ordinary KIU Alm "" "erth HLes. Co. Pass Resolution For of do~ $440,000 To Assist In Emigration YESTFRDAY The Lriiisliilive Council met at 12 imon \eslrnln\ anil in a sevsion (hat ended at 1.15 p.m.. pa\scd u r*suliiitoii |gf ilusum of S1I0.IHH) t*. assist in the emipratiun of lahmirers in the U.S.A. The Council als<> concurred in a rasolution Axing the rate payable to produci'r and i.ite *f lax pa\ ihlc I Molasses Control ajul Mjikeinn; Board <>ri Fancy Molasses produced aurmu the crop jresu I960 ">l ..' not li th m %  %  %  nperio The working conditions of th.men in Curacao wore excellent 522? .iinl the 'inne retnuiks were applicable to the scale ot pay which was of a considerably higher Mandard than that in In addition, the men %  %  %  i .mn rate of exclti quanea lxx>sie> re handling the .lou'hlr the Colonud Bocrot .-,, that H W I Vt -#JtaV said that the Chief Liaison OflU H Uictcd each w>ck frtio to unload Washington, had they were hb Gov the A Ihe tton inn forward t gbij tier to the Times. Diathe idea of tho Council of Empireori the line.-. Council ol Europe ad recently by Capt (iammans. M P Mr WUIIaOi Aitken. Ccaiaervatlvej M.P.. wrltea; "Thr u.utivatcd Priv>Council Jiving its members from overseas the right to i i i m> d Houae ol Lot i Capture the Lnutftaatlon ori many colonia %  ban ,,i %  %  gained in the territorial %  '•'' "> i' adv..i > ,si ..-n.uiution: SUCh Mien > ill bf Bvailablt to uenellt from %  vperieaca In UM uppe rial ParliaI • tdblUb r UM iuii offlce at wcsrtninlstei nioh vouid em ich and lw '"' "ftUn .M, h uld hke lo a* itrateglcall) economM a|h aim Mi Aitken ."kv || t*ii,.,L th* altemaUva t„ UM tdtueUori U i ilura HI which the nnlnalaa •must suffer the painful l Bmptra nun ihe Vhonsrj i p) verty-strtckan K.-The IWailblllb m UM %  lUon in by t km ito devUM l ol I la loin in the due, %  ,.. %  %  % %  .nt,i iheh affairs" Ihiniiiiion Status Dominion status as uninniic ilciclop. th I >M DI largely i tei' "tit.i M t>>i %  %  political and isked whetb. I >vould 10,000 "Unemployed Are Registered 81 CCE8SW /. SCHEMA The scheme had been one Of Ing success and >fid found present, steady employ• i ihe past ten years for of Barbadians. From The posstbiUUi kei -. account In Barbados AiUunl aigfielinii are sweepini u|-plied in repayinett <.f th*' The Cot erval > %  Party'i I'la, from 2,000 to 4,00(1 Barbadians <• <">t ol his repatriation If he rel-.r the House of Lords la to mak> contracts "( employ me: : i lV .| %  .,,. efTecllrt b' for 10 to u weeks from early in twelve woi h a, ha would have ragiving it greater prestige June with a minimum rate ol | thai any, It W I $24 of The Ma. i JI *5 cents per hour, iiehadnskUw astlmatod cost of hlg repatrlaiK.sed m nesotlaUoni -nil th. cd for on Immediate reply. tlon from Jamaica to Barbi vemmenl Foui voan %  ni tB W i o thai %  heredltan pt nelpli *'•' %  • if U remained p i"riould H .. I.I. I I.. the .ippomtimited Btatsa for .tit ewe* be ,. %  %  ,,i ., -ni,. pean" represanl ul I eventually repay th-' whole Uva of tUOarenl Interaati In UM mount of B W I S7'J tlon I ",l h Itepuv IIK'MI l Imes i The fortnightl} de.iuctioi % %  LSCI iluarorkers ear n i ngs in UM i\ were isttmab I leresti In goitaln theea -i i 1 ^ I al preeeatai vas • %  |L| ;" %  % %  king, %  %  J5 2u leglriatlng In the I 'ii.ev tin M>( necessarily have to i> Coata HuiH Unocr the original scheme foi temporary work in the llnltad Stales, tne American Qovernrneni :ir had paid all costs of transports of the workers Since 11MB. Iiov OVER TEN THOUSAND people have restored with the cver lhe worWers ha(1 ha(l u , F.mployment Agency at Queens Park for emigration. They the seal of then passages from ; have all claimed that they ore unemployed. Barbados to the place of imph.Of this amount 6,164 are men. This number includes 412 '""'"L *"" Uengpoftadioa ex-servicemen, whom, the Labour Commissioner said "with J?j\^*,,, m T" !""' '"" E? !""" other things equa!. wi.I bo given presence." ^h^b^d^^UU. ^ KTSSCTV The number of unemployed Hon as to the rate of board men is increasing daily. Some, charges. names were In the dead ing ol the scheme. Da register because they did not Transportation i Co Lot, as agents for think It waworthwhile to renew The cost of the employer to the Oil Company in Curacao, bad 'In M registration, are now renewobtain Barbadian workers is now paid out almost $1,750,000 in ing with the hope of .getting to xactly the some as that to obtain %  its to the familiar. Of UM UW I S A when the emiJamaican workers. This is hemen recruited in Barbados. Apart grants are picked for Wisconsin, cause the Barbados Government from that, several men remitted U.S.A. is ngain proposing to advance the money direct lo their relatives bv ^in*e 1914. when emigration to cost of transputtation I' of bank drafts and that < hr CS A started, nearly 12.000 Harbados and Jamaica, or Its Qovemment, and hast Jonwlea to the place of en ment in America had baa v a need by the employer, cost of repatriation of the from ployi odTh* irkof wages Oovt r 'i 'i %  i bado %  • ."M, ass eis on tlie satisfactory ,< mpst* tlon of their contracts had born met, without reuarnu ibt „ u s $ or la employer tlrom the plate of ems out of a fi ploymenl to Jamaica) and by ln * "' u amount was quits appreciubl Within ihe last year or so, it in i thai the men holding Uia ti'i.'lilications and reuulre, %  company In Cut i %  longer be and as a consequence, ted to the rep P 1 M in Curaci the Government here very greatly .'.%  of Bod. ing employment for people and e willing to tram men as %  US A men have i %  ntrn -.. bar are to the M I been sent there under equivalent". Includol in this nutn-The Government proposes ^•me men who emigrated recover the amounts uvanesd tor USA. on more than one transportation to Jamaica, The largest group for equivalent, from the worke Its year was in 1945 when 4.384 deductions will be wen enttgrateo. The Laboi Department has handled as man as 6.000 Barb.idt.in the I'fcA • • %  Some'df the emigrants returned home ,md went.'to other places such as Curncao and Aruba OUMfl got work locally but there were still a large number out of i Government I from Jamaica to Barbados). In this way | had cost employers in the Unite I State, the game foi ihe trans}.....:. r, Jamaicans, Off To Wisconsin It apiwared that the nil wi uld n eeive li .' i:s | TJ.Oa pcen with the Utk I Lord" ' %  Bl Of Mu-u n;^., ,.„ % %  "' • -'li %  • mattei ol form onli ,w t i. i.i ,, repiesent-h* f Lord vould ..-.. %  hv Jhe KltiK l„ MI ( i'i .\ s Couni ii go thai thej wouli have the nthof nt H thus the I'i .. % r. II,, ,| \,,, Ul %  % %  asain ,.s a *," i '< advise the King on Imperial III H,l Of that amount U.S JSB from the workers wages". e*iuivalei.' of DM OOSt OtUm.minK M .._.. ..„. ..„.„„. „... .„ -The rate uf these trunsportaporimion t,, Jamaica > would nave st.tt, KepresentatlorHi were made job?.They registered again at lion deductions will be $14 (U.S. %  • "> e advanced by the Barbad* lo the labour Commissioner, the the Employment Agency in Currency) per fortnight (as in Government. In due course, thi lo , .. ti ., B e Wueonsui "" BtMrantee ( %  %  mlsrams In ers' passages from Jamaica to tne and It wa# estimated tha-. the . ( ,' " |l place of employment ,i the USA. nf IHIIIBTIISIIUII lime ill, elll i I 1 '" *' ,k M> will be advanced by the employer l h 3„ Z'|7|* ^ 1 " "' "•'' %  "'" ,; Properly and he will also recover the f, V rK ', w '' U \'Z %  ,,,' aid UuTfl en aunt advanced by AduelkW !" ,,!?LT! U -l l U J!i V.J!^ lafled a verj high p %  I %  pie i.. woik In the i b .. Road They all wanted the Hope waa repr. W li. H Mbs H. i i .II Hid th. PV tmiars g, ihe %  ,.-. U n ul Westburj ROM the iiite.iii.ii of Brldgetow] to ttopoed her car IU -• %  . i.t inn — jhauihty .if U.S. $72 or It Y> I %  > %  '• oi n.u ., ... pa gylUbus onl> a emigrated, in 1949 the repatriation/and other expstisse|a 12 4, ,„,„.„.,, 1(( ( ath ,, „„„ training or firemen and number had dropped lo 205 ami -.11 be embody... the workers %  rll) n fo|C r 4>000 workrr ^ -* %  > awi last year.U. 100. agreement with the Governor in „ w uw|| n „,„„,,, ,,„ Big Sum Seeded ,|H '" l "" ,-,,,. ftre men hid Mi-. K s. Burrewek, Labour Executive Committee and ihe !" ."i w %  '• .HBS*.JI^SJ. 2 '" V M """ ,lirectl " ^ been trained, live of whom bad al. Commissioner, told the Advorale Government propod that the '"""'V' 1 !" ,dl, l n -. ,hff .'".*< ' The sum which was needed was just the motor ear n her of i night," Mr. Burro Thisv uld rrsull i conUngani 400*1 shors *if B. not to retun by M. Week. men isly -t tor Curacao and it was votts/dsj that Ihe men wh ad that the other four be picked for emigration w would shortly be despatched. able-bodied unemployed with a good record. \/\ U CLASS 'Those who have prev visited the USA on cmigiaU.. id that it was grntifying to will again have a chance if they report that a new CUSS for the are now unemployed. The emitrainlng of six men to he trained grants will leave for Wisconsin 111 Boon be started on hv chart* red pJanei I submitted by the com"It U known lht some sjerb"r, who are at present ill worker shall contribute toward ill be the cost in proportion to the per ICK for which he remains in the USA. recruitment noo B W I $40,000 amount of $100,000 was As the real -f The mm which al i v.i\ big Him t,i add lo then expom i In on< %  %  i iBted $192,000 They wwn n04 ^aMiita ^ovetut / ( %  iiK"i Bouquet Fare Powder . •<• >fl>ti) . delicataly perfumed . clings softly fur huuie and hour*, giving %  that natural w.U look. %  act cowote FO> tl'AT NATURAL VIVID LOOK acMMSakvaiaiaaisiB •I'lUIXA" ? L A Y E N A see H. 1AS0N 10NES & CO., LTD.-D,.trib u *or.. owev ifcif.v 11'i##. AHI.I-::.. "NOXZEMA" Youi Paiouros sin t res fhii Medicated Skin (ream praventi s i Nl KN VHih*- tnd Hsah sfcui (mi.moos NOXZHMA" "i '" '"io\ >our Holidays, oi \, ;. •rhh* at I ot wot %  !.i Sunburn HcmcniK, Hs NOXZ1 M V I if, % %  me Unai taw n rhrea s > ' l ** %  aad * per l t>hii BOOKERS (Barbadosj DRUG STORES Ltd-Broad Street and ALPHA PHARMACY. Hastings The actual agreement has not yet provided in the emigration voh m bsfputlsiuil the pany in C He was deeply appreciative of the co-operation and assistance given by the Government of Bar. bados through voting the necessary funds lor instruction of the classes, as well as lo the Labour Commissioner, the Hsrl ter, the Director of Education, Dr. and Mr D W Saver*. He hoped that UM (raining of nreeaaa ami t r i ason ould become a regular frahire given u.idrr ihr SUSplOSO f the lUrbj da. F.vrni i InsliUite whereb* mure men v. mild be ..hie lo lind asseUans MH *>I* tiii tin>iu-n tampan* but ilh employer* of labour asesvtakra. He yjul tlm the island of Bar' %  %  IOB owed a deep debt ol r.rall. lude to the Shell Company for inline found employment for %  *aeh a large number of men. both in their retinery and on their Linker fleet e Hamilton laid that as Principal of the Barbados Evening Institute proud to be in a small degree, associated with the valuable work which Mr". Knight had d> : % %  wee %  hy that class shouli not become a regular one He would, in n\i< \i. sworn ,'=ed Ml feeling of how much v M owed to the energy. ... levot who was, amot.g other things. %  :echnical studies for III'.J.-I I iii.-1-i.i ... unemployed and LI i a chance to so to the II.S A inn every effort Is made 'o ,1-ii't only the genuinely unemployed men.' Mr Burrowrs saM is a Ions one and the prellmln i>ecn drawn up. s .. UM oeglnning of this year a deducttot SM and half jier rent of the workers' earnings has been made in mmi accordance with the new fcjwiai „ Jainjlll( and /ron Security Act of the united States The deduction of five per rent. tta UM Blljh llOSi. Accident and Death Insurance of the WOrtMffl and for meeting the cost of fhe spent but omething amouni being rather i hud tin • paying the Annual Estimates for 1951-52 further mm of $440,000 was ?eded It wa proposed, possible, in reei i cost of ,IJ h %  tranBpnrtation both from Barb >lw || ol j M M | 1(1 „ m $t ,in! M smaaad has Osfstdal Baxeelar] t eiaoaMally the USA, continues to bo vago* at the rate Of U 9 114 Of *• ht.rUr period Ikaa th tnve already beei estimated 10 u> |l enolOI II i cost the HarHad*-v made." f*>rtnighl plus 2S*& of thi Any surplus from th.-.daduc„f earnings in ex<-e', of r S s50 Uooi arould > %  • returned to UM m n fortmph* %  ";"' ,, : %  i L v wt ha^^.n*>t vet '• Government of Barbados in reimit snoutd tie n eeivem* of work the men-wll! si luclloni would be med w, 'y .being assisted to act %  t hed the mule cart the m ,t swerved t.. the rLpt an nek the motoi %  •" Vv %  %  i houi I I i thai the, %  %  llgence %  • thing thai scan i lbs rlfhi I %  L the i leounti -i foi nt.ne ni the had aaee if his eUeri i. i |, iiied the n The Pa that th li iue t-i UM gefoi Bssdlgenca bj pulling tl %  whirh caused the ., %  to da h % %  % %  %  % %  < 1 thu. coming into COflUct wllln 111114,1111 \ IIKItl iM.ilII \ v in a unit In new mil ii ml la *.• beauty with ikiuu HILT0NE BLEACH ml TONI ra AND No I,Mill Ii I AS LIGHT Afl YOU LIKE yOUn as well THY IT %  111.TDM I.I i U'H is AAK.//IS ilttiU STORKS //AW.W-V/ .%',*,:; ,: r 's*'s.'.*S''.:'*'**.**'. t i'ss>*.'.'.'. 'nirnenl H, bow will corn an: lo do. that die work %  • % % % %  crops. • •>', (l'S i per hour li ".ige hut so fir he has not yet received mfeM The eswecfa 'radii to bis account here Mead Tax of M {US I %  I QQMJI has si paid bj eeerj worker on entering UM United States of America. V l .ii! tbi^ amount ami dsducti it from his epay the by this Oovernment. KepM>inenl If o wi I s fortnight, he v-" its of U S |14 U %  S22 4 U s $19 M .i %  expense to er. If hi were sen I he would onhj but Borba'i'.' arould It i H Hhj thai in U* I %  • on page n t • MESSRS. A. S. MYDEN** SONS (9A1BAOCS LTD., r.BOX 403, BWTXJBTOWN, LTARBADOa I'll). I There is a vrmbm every type Figure Wr have them in Ihr fi.llov. ir-ij Slyln . AIXO-GTm Orlton ill I'rarh anil Ul.ilr ...ul Nylmi in IVtirh only. Sires : :t^ to *!* VAKIATION Cnllon in White unrl I'enili Sues : 32 tu 111 STRAPLESS IIOI.Ii-TKaiT unrl M Mill NKTTi: 111 Siitin 111H l.nrc anil Satin and Nylnn. Sin. : :S2 to 38 Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd, 10, II. 12 t I) Broad Street.



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%  AGE six BARBADOS ADVOCATE THURSDAY. APRIL M. 1W1 HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON For a radiant ihine rpilRIR good lootleD yon they're fust right. You know, too, when you look at the price lap, thai vou ran"t Ret liner value. Illustrated U a Tan Oxford "hoe for Boys and Youth*. Tied l" -\LT\ pair i the John White Guarantr,SUl M—the sign which |MM l just right 7 Look for it in leading stores in Barbados. made by JOHN WHITE means made just right USUALLY NOW Tins COCOMALT 133 Tins PLANTERS PEANUTS 96 The quality Metal Polinh TO-DAY S NEWS HASH STACK-A-B YE CHAIRS Th All Sl**l Arm Chair* til 50 Each at JOHNSONS STATIONERY AND HAHinVAKr MAKK YOUR PARTY A SUCC FSS IVtl* CockUil Ch#rrWi Onion, FVamil* Tin* Vn-niu Sntii.BrSot. OUvti Tir. TomaUH rirttW Tomaloe .line* MlMd Vt>|etablr< PlittappW PWhH !• % % %  J>11o. He. lie. Mr Tin. Curtartl J*oiWr COIIM Nwolr N*ttB. STUART & SAMPSON t; (1938) LTD. IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit customers for Thursday to Saturday only USUALLY NOW Tins GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 24 21 Pkgs MACARONI 35 31 Tins JACOB'S rill CRACKERS 171 MS 8tt Bots. GROTSCH BEER 24 IS D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street %*,;*.<.**•,**'.• %  ','*** %  '*'>"'*'*>'**';'*: ADVOCATE mi BEST HOOKS i\ TOWN JUST A FEW TO CHOOSE FROM . DEBBY-A Novel by Max Steele THE CONSUL AT SUNSET By Gerald Hanley MODERN COLONIZATION By Harrison Church, Ph. D. ADVOCATE STATIONERY %',;',',',',','*','*'*','>'''>'' '*''**'''*''''-''''''**'*''"-'''-*'*-*''-'-"'''*''*'*^^ ,S ask/o r^ LUXURY ILET SOAPS Ills and THICK OWNERS MXSPECTIOX TIME NEED XOT BE nOHIIYIXK TIME • turn rs FOHDUNLOP1LLO BUS SEATS LIONIDE LEATHERETTE CARPET MATERIAL RUBBER MATS REAR VIEW MIRRORS 6 Si 12 Volt BUZZERS ROOF LAMP BULBS 1 SOCKETS ELECTRIC WIRE t FLEX BATTERY CABLES ACCESSORY SWITCHES Flat GALVANISED SHEETS Hard Gloss WHITE PAINT for Interior GREY PAINT for Flooring SIGNAL RED for Body HEAT RESISTING BLACK WHITE LEAD ZINC MUFFLERS PIPES KING PIN SETS DECARBONIZING SETS BRAKE LINING SETS FRONT SPRINGS for Ford & Chevrolet FIRE EXTINGUISHERS AND LOTS OF OTHER ESSENTIALS ECKSTEIN Pay Mrrrl



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TIM BSD IT APRIL M, 1431 B\KlltnOS ADVOCATE PACE si \ I N CLASSIFIED ADS •fiB^HONl 2901 For Birthi. MairUnf or Engagement announcement! In Cat lb Charge M t3D0 for an> nun' BT> W H and S cent, per ward fr • ch additional word. Term* ea-is Between IM and 4 pea. 1111 foe U.ata. HeUcea onI alter p m TM (Mrtt lor ei.no-jneernenta cf %  Ulna. MutUm. DNUU. Ae> — ledgmer.ta. and In Mernorum nolica i. •' ec-iaa and |1 M on Sundara 3 MH r of V.DIW .piH. and word an %  • d<)i and %  rord on Sundai. i^r BaaS IIOYHIYMIM Mill! IS ArU'nUon is drawn to UM 'Control o{ Dm* anc Patent .um pn.j Order, 1951. No. 7 which will be published in the Official Gazette ol Thursday 26th April. INI. 23rd April. 1951. 26 4.51 —In SHIRTS KOk I'OSTMr.N Tenders art invited for the Shirts for l' .-md Porters fur the Post Office Department during the financial year ending on 31 et March. 1952. [p Postmen it has been decided !.. JMUC -hirt. Mi the place of Jackets. Full p. t itie\ilars ran M Iroin the Colonial Postmaster. In sealed envelopes addressed to the Colonial Secretary and marked "Taw i manufactui should necta ihe Cotoi Office not later than 12 noon on Wednesday the 2ml of Kay, I9S1. 2645!—In. TAKE NOTICE IDEAL MIL* FOII MALE %i 11 "i u "ii c*tii*v u-aak T> Null ami I teaia Ikada^a M k — o-eer Ba vra, j mil a word uMk-i (data a -J S.a*-• AtTO.wmVE I. bli especially foi ai MI ,, I ve. good aim am M M 4 M—4B1 Black Sport. Saloon laid up through war Kirellent •n. SJfJOOB at neareat oiler Ptuoo nejr: HU or UM. hIM -4n. IM i ii SALES 1*011 RE.vr I'lIMM MINUS IMItSO\\l and IS ce-aapr .I'I BH BSBBW BMrsej H n'd 11 as o* * office Victoria htieel an Friday mn al 1 p m u.aou eauar* fi| la.VONT adHunWc Oowrn. nenl Wood*, naa an addit.ci %  jQ %  -. Bnad AI 1 iti. .TV • f RV %  CXS AVAILABIJ: Dial M ; %  ARCIIt4l MiKB"N7.1E. r avai a HUtSES NOTICE CHA.NDO*. 2nd A** Bellevii.e ruil* urnien.d Available M* I Mis Ina**, ""> u> appointment phone MM a. ID I SI ll.. [ranted akould aand ... -a S-..I..r* | H ^ 1 -..-,.. -"-. .in.' D-led Ihi. Mth 4a> HlehM v.rltl.11 a. J of Ap.ll IMI HAt fc,., !" lU-luut. uT.(ur%  m 1 nad.-. arMk ri N.. im. or t Ml ill III Dail id)-. 14 4 11 ,., um.! acsr 1 Balhahaba. Il'-iiliiu.v H• 1 m mn \< TAMOUM, PUI — NOTICE MUM NHMOIJ-1 of thr Pjanronl aW. Falon. Bolton Lanr inlorrna hn < %  > % %  ihai har Balon kill or.-l.ad fni >r (10m Monday Mlh April lo Monday T!h 1V8I m • 91-1 --%  w KM* 'i IMS VI Fore Station candll^n Apply 3304 a :/; \ pai %  at i ai mini r— !" nanu %  *• U*raoo. nouaa u bulll ol alonr and >•">' %  pan |alkrU-a on Iwo atdaa, d<—d an.mi i.m.. 3 brdroom. wi|n d Blai. pnlr\ k.trhrn and uiual FL'KMTIKE At Halph Brard'a Furni>h|na J|hDV>-.,mt Hardwood Allay. MorrU t>pr Cana and Ruah b>y iluiMa M Plna ani Birc.1 ttm per pan Afao Kurti Botli.m L-prlCM Ch.ir. 7i will. Arm. MM and Roakan Wi aach not (orialtina nutnrroua variety of na and aacond Hand Iimiitura Opan dally. I am lo an : ...'.. S3 4 ll-n MECHANICAL %  add la etc •OaSTETNBT DUPLICATOruf'-Naw nodl luat rocaivad A. 8. Brydan m tBduai Ud. Phono afll II49I—IJ.n. NMNH. 1 and The .. 'rvanL room, in yard. application lo In* caieir ; %  fpjaj I ba aal lui ula at Pubuc Compatitlon al our ..fflo in L.. CARRINUTOK a StAl.Y. U4.il in. WA^IIO I.IQl'OR UCENSE NOTICE P .ppliemon of Albrt' Brian No Ml of IMI ..1 ii Neville e am in raaparl board 4 %  r %  an i TANdt.lN .ituata al Baimhaba. and Handing on pwchaa of land Iharaio, louiiae. Ihnins Room. II %  tadrooma. ChiMtran'i room larlaa. Kltanan. (Jaraaa BL, room. Furniahad or unfurnlahad For Inapaciion plra^ U 1 Offara lo ba aanl in wrllnuj, to undenliiird Yaaiwood a Soyca. Solicitora, J Strrat. Bridartown II 4 SI t \i 1 .n s, 10 sra v : c/o AdvoIMJI Ifn OaaVJI who ajn ,1 aa aoon •TaaMt) m (MM Laquor |jr>iiaa At M 1 'taiunna* lodfla. Black Rock SI Mkcbael I Uth dav of Api|| ;W1 1. A M.ixon em I'llwa M-ai-H'.le Ih.i A AU4BMT T CLARKE. Appltcanl • T> Iw ron.id% %  al a Laranatnd Couit t.< 1RM .1 D %  \ on Mdnda) i Ith day of Kay IMI ' E A I H II Ttiat THE KlBTLal COMPANY IM a coiporalion oraanlrad and ralitiruf i by viriua ..f tha lawa of the suta of New Vmk. United Amerita whouiraitr or buainaaa addraaa t IS*. Ea>t 44th Htrrcl. Ktu V. r* CHy, USA. Manufarturar-, hai applied for the reBintration of a Hadmaik In Part A of RadUlar In mpacl of ubaUncaa uaad aa food or a> Inaraoir I aapacuily product! conlalnm* milk. and will ba mOtled ln lr i.trr the .„(„<• -flar one monlh frcin Ih. litl, da] „f April IMI unlr.. rafM nar-on (halt In tha maanllme diva notice In dupl.ala In ma at my office of opposition of tuch TdfOatraUon Tha irpda mark ran lie aaan on application al m* nfflca Dated Ihia IDlh dav of Anril 1S-.1 II WIT I l\V SI TAKE NOTICE tiMi€MI .1111* Thai TtOJ rtaWTI %  a rarporatlon oraapucii and under and by Vlrtua i.l the !• l Ihe Siata of Naw York. United State, of America. wh Fire Brlcki Appl' rhe Old Ira Co Prince Wm Henry SI IS.4 11 -In 1TOVER -Vai. Ingle. J. 3 and %  rumer. Secure your, bein pin < %  Couiteiv liaiaae M 4 SI—n YAf-HT Duccanaar IS I keel, acre* >|ip*ri D-claa*. aecond In Itoyal lido. Yarhl Club race. F A V Wllluma. EC Fbcloey. IS.4.SI—m i be floored in Ihe mailer V Untied si Marina %  ...i.i %  •e.t. I-afavrlte i Pan "A" of Beaut" iry aupplrment containing Vlta1. B>. and Niac.n. and will bo name aftet nai, Ihe Mth I emeu .hall In Ih. n duplrate to me at my . %  >> i.in be jeen ..n appli"fllce 10th dav nf April. IMI. H wn 1 \ IM Hc(Li.-r if Trad %  iom Ihe d-lof April. W 4 Si 3n TAKE NOTICE LACTOGEN lagl.t irrn on appHralK Dated Una 10th ..i %  %  al % %  y of April IMI. II "VIUJAMS, Reglilrar of Trade Mar TAKE NOTICE Tl • 1 I ANY INC rianiaad and aaMling under Hi tha law* of Ihe S'ate ..f etew i-i-r, i,ule>t State, of Amer r a . %  %  %  FJ.I. 44th Street. Manufact -. of Reat.trr In mi-I i food oi n. Incredlcn'. In ( %  Inllv proo.... and will 4 to reBl.ler the Una tl'*o-. month from Ihe Mth dfl* of April. 1111 unleu romc peraon aha II In Ih* rreanllme give MMbM In d. T at my office nf oppo-ition of such raciafi ition The Iradi.' mark can ba aaen on anan ir wn '.:: West Indian & British i HRBS Ctafta, A. %  1 I'ollrrv. Hand blocked BeachV wm. ne.-..i .it.on Houae. Si K : 11-74. ? 14.4 81-lM. ||^ That THE NFITTU: COMPANY. INC. .• rorporallon organliad and eilalln. under and U v irlue of tha law. of inMale of New York. United State, o Ainrrlia. whoae trade or bu.lnn. adore. In ISS. E**t. 44th Ulreet. New Yoi h til. USA. Manufaclurera. Haa applied to the legtatrallon of a Irade mark In Par A"" of Hitlter In reaped of aubat^nce aiad aa food or aa ingredient' In foodi • •leciall) |. a. 1 W CLARKE A CO. s Ion U ^ (M our Oil, e Age II lo 25 MM*, have kniAdg, i... v-otB. ShorUUMad or cent to 10 per cent for tinM ,i Oils war* %  mi Mantl) Brm with investment luiyii. %  tl Imt rubbers were dull. Press talks of sterling revaluation checked gold shares at the outset bui prtcea latei n .viicn Utli talk u..-. diacredMed. Coppers ofajii faatured with iseful Main —Reuter. Rubber Control KCAI.A LrUMl April n. %  %  %  %  i nra. menl saiti m .1 v i;iry npi.v toda] thai the) did not itnnk than was any need tot nia rubber market to be aopirhensive over the Ci.vrrr.: | %  itrol on the A of rubber exports. iv.• <; .. 1 m %  Inti rffjra WUH UM noiouil rubber export ti. federation. In the past. 60 per etnt nf ruhtier exports ii.i.i ragraa to llnUun. tho United States and self governing members of the Bril • ..Ith. 'Sin h exports are not destinatlonal control A* I to other couiitm-.. ii is common I 10 O munlat t Una, havs In retan months risen to lavali out oi all proportion to (hi110rirt.1l dnmestic requirements of that country. As a result less rubber has been aWmliabla f(* the United Kingdom and other friendly fXMjnti slalement added. Reuter. Red China Is Not MoBooVfl Satellite TORONTO. April 25 Sir Ucncgal H. nl representative in Hi, United Nations said here todav Mt Of our informa. on. ijipr,. anaa Im],. likelihood"' i tha ti, : paople'i itepublic be4n| ovarthroar* i.v inu-nml •PIXMitlun f Jamall I In a wiitten n pi Mr. Conk rnerely recalwd what was said by DM President nf the Hoard of Ti.nle on March If. that no asrcenient would ba mada "ith Cuba whu h would prejudice the % riven to f'.iinmnnarealtb nigar producers when the 1 SuCai Agreen %  tlated ited Kin 1 laft, WM lollv aware of on plneappli i nnii cigars and was bearing them nee rraace.1 %  %  %  • : -•.1 %  M or debt. n maaan ngned by me %  % %  ' s ua 'U In %  I %  %  ......n> a %  "i a| %  JUBBPORD I^'.o: 1 1 Mat. %  JS 4 M S. Korean Home Minister Keaigns Grenada Riois (Co II, TAEGU. April 25. The South Korean Home l rollowini ,u the cxeculion of 1H7 aecuaad Ol eollaboratmn with I N i,i Communist guerilla':. A (iovons %  .nl..-. today dpsrn ..f ins announced thiit a South Korean & battalion enmmander executed villager;, alt. t .. uoni ..ry Conn Martial at Kochang. Bouthersrt of TSSflU, After they were Hcnteneiil tin H.iHaiioii Cinnniniider ordered his Informaiion oflal I 1 to 1 KSi fK -'ii on thispot 'lie executes! them individually and butted UM n". the statement said. A st.iti'inent IsSUSd Bitsi I in inquiry into what was called the "Koehang liuulrnl" ran sheltering Com munist gue-illas and Kivm, f them arms, food and lOftl Rl ph ing to %  'in. -lion about assent disorder s In Grenada, Mr. tha Se c retary of States 1 lollies did not int.inl to .1 had bean recsdvsd urom the Labour AdlVSST now m the W. t Indie When he had returner! to Britain the Minister would (> % %  hi a position to am .'.. 1 ll mi ihe causes of ,\ ll P stive) put qua nt Of tin ival dock] Concern Over Colonies Fxpfessed in Letter to Times LONDON A. %  the I by COfrSSI I %  letter lo Ihe Time* is rh others todav l. %  0B the lines Of tl Buri i' • the Otlberi UcAll rl 1. ijiuout r oam bet sri o '.v.. 1 1 1 • \'II.'. some years ago, a the ci mr • Ihe-iU'tiKil ..' 1 ut the vli of %  wsl people thai raowevet di rabl< the time iiein, Eu? coiUi inted that %  uch a ladarataon srouM i %  tho O rnmonweialth "i aotna its oldest countries Hatch HM A Snv %  ,. uld i"' ado] • %  and la view the Council of tha 1 tlon on which -"• %  rapro %  seated the Unlti 1 R the Dominions and L'l COtonis %  that al I"tooanl Can be its CoMOrenes of the A %  1 -.1 1 bj 1 %  1 rsosntative) of 40 Coninonwealth Parliaments Banister, Mlnlstei ol B. i....m .1 11 -. and HI the British Common wealth at which i?.. ., able to ny thofa Ufdo pit eiand fcive you then V ISB w point In ti pthsrina "f Ihe O rnnv .•.%  am nappj i proud lo bo able (o stand n .1 mound ol aq lality and slva our t %  debated'' McAlllsti 1 1 gpli %  d that the Commonwi .iltn Pai llamenuiry AssocisUon and thicouncil which %  %  .. i..ive l-evi .1 growth ol tha Ii I 10 |. ;m eXpSI itueiit In Vi .r, in".... i n Parliament n %  ( nations Within thimnwnwi -I'III "From its modes I bej I affdod, "i' nss Kariinded n ... %  translsUon Into statutory rights and ol would only be In line with thi %  .1 H '-' i irtat aSnTSSOMI : %  .in" %  I pair MAIL NOTICES US for St Vincent. Grenada. Timjnd Brltiat. Guiana fa' the RMS I-MVY PODNEY will be cloaed al the Port OfHce a* under Regi,tared Mall at 3 REQUIRED HLsi rtSI $50,000.00 loan: secured by ft on Freehold property on Frederick St., Port-of-Spain Contact Ycarwoodf. Boye v M.rtlnWtoe Thomaa. VI and S FORT ASTHI3UIT %  General Po,t OtBce Wowell And Ramadhin In Benefit Game LONDON, April 21 West Indies Test Cricketers Frank Worrell and Sonny lUmndhin will ploy in a benefit match for Jack Parker of Surrey on May The West bull.-; players will be included in Parker's side to meet Ihe local club on Mitcham Green Southeast London. Parker's Fleven will be com. pleted by the full Surrey County side with the exception of Bcr" %  J* 1 '. Constable and UM k who will be playing for the M C C against Essex. Parker coached in the West Indiss In 1038—M and Ailh Mae In tyre Sunn and Rngland wickelkeeper also coached Ih in 1949—50 Laurie Fishlock opening bats. man and Jim Laker off spinnet toured with Ramadhin rell on the recent Coinn tour of India—Reuter V/.V/V,V,V,V,' /V '.',-,'.', ; I IHE PARADISE BEAdl := CLUB LTD. The army originally rontine,i •00 poopls but children under 14. men over •JO. women and girls and a few others were released. Others— ilrnoht the entire fit mala | tkNI of Ihe village—WCTS SOfSj Ul ;it equipmen, had been sent out since the dock yard started lo close down—only i; for small rraft Reuter. LONDON. April 25. At a London Airport tonight lbs CI3.000 race horse Helioscope, so-' of the famous Darby wlruvti ^tiuggled and kicke,| m 15 people tried in vain to get runaboard a plane to fly him lo Caracas. South Aniein.i UM several hours thn man struggled and tried to coax the K EY WEST FLOH1DA. April 25 2 up the special gangway.' £ commci 1(1 i .IrlUver and a "fferln* grass and fruit Fifloe %  ..,., ulin .ng plaM feet from the ground. Helioscope /'/anes Col lido rron, the ground. Helioscope ,.„,,„, „ vcr tlw IH ,. J „ om 1Tllk ed up and lnshed out with hu. from Kcv W est and crsshed into tho .nn tnday. Soon afterwards a body was found at the The men held tigntiy on to the :opcs A veterinary surgeon gave tl. .....r-,injections as | i )iut nf medicine. Then after blind folding him and rwvsrlna; nil f %  '" witii a sack the men go". I into n box but he lnshed out and %  imod It over Colonel T. C. Irvine said, "u would be impossible to sand hint by air BOW after What 1 < happened. He will have to go by OSS After .11. trie law owner.want a whole hOCM, not half cne Helioscope went back to Nc-* Maiket to wait for a boat. ReuU-r. the sea voman scene of the crash Later Pan-American Airways reported thai a rdur-engi 'i company Compama Cubans Ii •ivbiti"!'. was overdue on tti Miami-Hat Bight with 34 pa MSUJSrt Reuter Efcdfl Tell Indiaim To UnileWilli China HOMHAV A| Tha todlan Commun %  I.I.Icalled "ii tin* natioi ing miliUMis" I., ui Indian Peopli racy alltei ith Soviet RuaalS and I I CoinuiHiii't. denOunot d Qovernnteni as antl*dei irath ami antt-popular*' and should be pus ad People's Dernocracy on lbs baali of tha coalition ol all • i anti-fetio.il. B&tl Imp" the '' 'i In a 4.U0II "funrtaiiii iit:.l pro the Commun %  I bat tin psJi bun bad d i | .1 line" The Communist manr.i |Q potDi political and aconontii %  eui.iiK ip.i'i'ifi" i rogi anuns ti MI psopla It claims Ih eonfl itlon of nil htud i without payment, and natlonallss r.rlustruil bariki' %  Higiilighl of the i polil | .i" Withdrawal from th<( .i nd Mendship with Paki-t.. The .iiiiiouiicement dad BOl Ut dicate the party'., prosa aetJon k n — Reult r 1./' < brrespondeni] In Prague Missing %  %  Council Pass liesoliilion -. aim %  %  %  week. : %  noon semi a nob %  portattsj %  %  nl of the A--. %  ecrning i i %  %  nl '.o th. | Mnustiv %  i n heanl ,i Uie Ambasssdor hotel (his ii %  Monday i mini repot '1'iiv • frosn suge I < utter to earn wha: %  t ths emigrant Sum after n-ductions i: raBr said that he understood that on previous ocsort was the work would same nature as before. U Chandler, 1 ired to him that Ihe taxpayers of Harl % %  .. ..! ;., pjy (,„ %  t he %  i . i I Hi. irgi-oatmn nf a Hade nuuU In Pen uaad a* f.d or aa IndreilienlIn food.. I oil! lpOallli>n of nidi legr,n IIIV office. II WILLIAMS. ii... i. .. ..f tratfa Marha. 14 4 It—jn SHIPPING NOTICES i'i\ %  •; %  \i \i -niMii NI v\ /l \l UfSJ I IM-. I.IMITFD I i iNr. %  i . ...II. II. i .,,., i %  %  %  %  i im-;. D iiitnxii: niWN HAitHAnoH. it w i v...1... InaUnl. \t U %  .,,l,l.e." Will I ... ii. A mi| Naval srul st Kni. f l.ula, 4th May. B.W I. SCIHMINrR OWNERS ASSOC INC. T.I.4047. %  F AIR PRICES LONDON Apnl U "Fair piicei" Male to gun buyers came into operation tod. in the Mai | I "Fair price" lists a|S bet] issued to shoppei '. in lp rsduos Ihe saea n Brims' ol loeal dealei!' %  i will ry,t In the legal maximum prices A similar scheme || already in OpCI aun ni Sinsjaporr A i 'il foi .di kinds of Imported cigarettes is lo come Into April 30.-Healer ^M> . CANADIAN SERVICE ot rsnoi MI Raaaa af BOls %  A I .. \ i ..ll Kl 111*1(1 — ii. Nallfaa April Mth Arri.ea B'da. I"IKI iir.liNAOOTTClUiniltl I HUM LTD. — NEW YORK AND tiULF SERVICE. Ari'I.V:-DA tlOSTA St CO.. LTD—CANADIAN SERVICE PASSAGES TO EUROPE i ?ir sail Ins I.. Eurupfortn I %  ususl porU of call era Dublin. I m. Single fare £70; usual jl IIIIIIMVI SOUVENIRS. CCRIOS. JEWELS New Shipment opened y/.'.-.v/.v.'-v.'///////-'.'--; ATT..CTIVI ROOM and Board Rachelora. Por particular a y. Caauarlna Club Tel 4 M-ln. NOTICE TO MEMBERS I In accordsr.ee with Hu!e J; 34 the Club a to members from 8 1 king of Bulldin kruaea. Rnada and Yard. T IF Ml *^ t-.e. %  B A d r H BROOKS ^ Saturday, the 28th April. I I o>f HAI runs 5 „ .. ( I .IB II im Mil.. I III 1-i.BrlrUr. — Car. at Bread TeSar BUeeU J* um NUI: "CAS/ABLANCA" Mwwnrs IOAST port: ist In walled gardens of about t Reo ,.'ii I I i rooms, l • ...... m Weil recooai JOHN M. BLADON 'Phiine ifilO PlanUtlons nutldias %  I I i: \.. tit —Auctioneer—Surveyor



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ESTABLISHED 1895 JRSDAY. APr'U. ALLIES HURL BACK RED TROOPS Communists keep up steady pressure on U.N. forces FORM NEW LINE ON WESTERN FRONT TOKYO, April 25. UNITED NATIONS tank and infantry columns lashed out northwest of Chunchon on the central front today to hurl back two Chinese divisions which were halted on the fourth day of the Commu nist spring offensive. Blanket fire from masses of artillery and umbrella rocket firing jets supported the Allied drive which jumped off north of Kapyong this morning. Inf.mtry. ipl whM d id oy U Vein-son Denies Bevun's Charges n.cvrd north through %  %  %  %  against wave after Chinese u oul ttW picviou: Mi I An Allied ..I'llKiv barr.iRcl killed hundreds of C> linn" before hoi U oft iii< ittaekai On ihe western fr"> Nations troops formed :i new solid line in tight blocking posl tlons rr:idy t,, siem .1 posslbt second thrust of the new offensive Thev had withdrawn to the* dcim... position* ifln baattni . wU American heavy Chinese nixhl ;.;:. ,.,,. ., f„u tccounl of In tin ,. r N ',„th Atlantic Allied force* brofea oil o.nt.i-t -j,,..,,, powvn f"i rlH material*, with Communists ulong the .( II .-niial foi then Parallel and withdrew to ;mrt ncir re lines north of the vital Seoul; imumC nt programme* He said Chunchon lateral road lothf all It WASHINGTON. April 25. 1 ..I S:.ite ladaj raffljprifali l,v rejected the accusation by UntisK That '-he United 1 ling up" iuM( of %  teak raw %  No major engagement*, wei, ifported from this -ector. though three Chinee* s were lielieved to be facing ihc Untie Nations line. Reuter CCUld l" ensure increased produi lion ind equitable use of existing No fc Comii.< k nf TOKYO. April :' %  Lieut. Gen MulUi.w Ridgway, the new United N Commander has "no connnc.ii" t-> make on statement-, thai ho supported General Ml Arl *dre to bring the Chir:. i into the fight aRalni Communist Chins His pen referring to Washington rep that Mac Arthur's politic Ma)r General CotiMni claimed that GeneraF*' : others stiuix-' %  I I Ii • torn* Supreme Cetnman Icr'i policy i this point —Renter Juin Staying On PARIS. Ai General Alphons;i Join Hi" resident General is alw commander-in-O Allied Army Force* if i%  said todev "1 am f" %  Morocco to complete : worl that 1 started." The Fmith National Assembly I Commltu. in General JuuVl policy w Moroc r< — Reuter. FRENCH MOP UP SAIGON April ?5 French Union ground I -lay continued I ping lip npei P Nationalist gueirilias ror the sixth successive In the Vietminh Tongking delta. that mire rebels Md C Ipt I French Army communique 'lin •rjtav.—Itruler Approve Budget WASHINGTON. Apr.l .' The Appropriations Comiiiif.ee %  '. ;he House of Represent.itive* today approved a $64.68*2,000,000 emergency Defence budget. The amount recommended for House consideration starting tomorrow, is for emergency puvpos"s raised by the in* cased coal of >h, Korea War Moat of it will he spent during May and June The emergency budget |i to supplement S8.000.000.000 already voted tt> the military by Congress for the fiscal year ending June M A large part of the new Defence money is needed to meet the higher cost of equipment and ;upplles since the Korea war ftarted. Army officials said that fo' fi.stance the improved General Patton tank which cml tlBS.OW bcfoie the Korean war. CO^U J240.rof -Reuter L.N. Command Confident TOKYO. April 25 The Chinese spring offensive seemed to have spent the powi of !' %  > Brat onslaught which in same sectors had pushed the Allied hues back as much as 25 mil* in three days. U N. Staff Ofluers did not belittlo the dangers of the situa li 'ii, ai the Chinese arr baiieveu to have possibly half a million troop ready to be thrown the battle to follow up the initial thrust But the United Nations Com %  -ned to leel ronfUiei '. that Its international armies coul.l famll. all further .-tluck>Bj well i-s the first one Military observers polntad oul that Ihe Chinee w f.r have showed no abihiv to maieh AJIh i I rcpower and armour. The ant in palwl Chinese counter offensive In the air is so fur COBflMd to sporadic appearance %  • of lighter oircrafl alone or in very BDMll troups —Reuter. HOW TO I Ahl UIIIKA THE AHBU8AUOR 01VB8 A TXW LESSONS At a party bald at Uie Soviet Emb'-j in Leufoi to ctlsbrate tba founding of thRd Array 33 year* Ago. Adgai.al ^l the British Fleet. Lotd Fraoei learned oue ueful trick frail V UUB. how IB toss down a glas, or vodka, with Ike bead m.k, In on* swaUow. Karpresi bead Mck, la BRITAIN WILL GE1 SULPHUR FROM U.S. WASHINGTON. April 25. THE Us r< iniM'.rce DnMftmiil announced tonight tlia' the quota of sulphur for all fni'iullv countries for the quarters of 1951 v ed at 250,000 ions. Britain's allocation was flS.WX) ton Tin* Commerce Dcparlmcnl n nouncement said thai second quarters "was essential to meet Ihc bare minimum or needs" of Britain and oflttt friendly countri"*;. %  Dvpinti Morrison Pledges Faith In \inrrica An steers Rebel A ran men Is (By R. B MACLURE) LONDON. April 25. J.'OREIGN SECRETARY Herbert Morrison answered the arguments of Government rebels today by declaring his faith that the United States would not let Britain down over the supply of scarce raw materials. U.S. Plan 9.-> Win* Air Force By 195T %  300 On Strike VIENNA, April 25 300 enKinecring workers came out on t".kc over .sal i,f one of their workthe Soviet management eed to return to work i hundred and eighty-live nan employed at Teudioft Vamag Eigineering Wurks stunk ne.irl> twi wtafci ago when Soviet Kommandutura diimisned the Socialixt President of the Works Council. Leopold Matzlnger for dlnrlbutin.-: UM SacJalial paper F'iea Harl. Reuter. WASHINGTON. April 25 The rapidly ckpmidnig United Stiite5 air folt* pliinn lo have 6" eombai wlnft in oparaUofi \a June 30. and i u reach Ita fnl of u the autumn nl HW2 Thi. .;,s dlMloaod loo) House ApprupriatuMis (' %  Oonaral s Vandaabai Foi.es Chief of Staff said In that the itn I increased its total miliUry atrengih from 58 wings and .160.000 men la>t Deceinliei to 81 riHs and 700.00C men on win ii the rot %  bed itfull 05 wing itrenith. it '.mild number athnit l (IIIH> The term %  win**' (aaxuacneb BaXlbto. I! i %  •.t'lf-rontaiue*) niH>rnting unit which" may be BdO u\> i| ichitjvclv (,.• heavy Ixunljer* oi fighters. —ReutPt MR HAROLD WILSON. Who cenUy revignad from the Cabinet. wearing a %  •monkey nut 1 unit. Inventor*, of toe net, fibre. I.C.I (Irrp'Ti'l Chemical Indus I van *ut*d by n f.P. to be runklnK by the ena of 1051 an estimated 8m. Ibi. of Use fibre, mfflciant if railed im nulta. Invitation For Pas NEW YORK, April 25 The President of Ihe ruMtican News]>aper Publishers Asflociaiion todiiy propoaed inviting Ur Alben O'Gaima Pai. former editor of Argentina's suppressed newspapei La Prenaa to come !o the Ufllttd tnu iiu.e. Hume...,_„ p_,.|-, wool w fa 1" m mm 40 THROWN OUT Spanish Strikers Return To Work MADRID. April 25 The three days' cost of living strike ended in the Bilbao UH this, morning and the majority of workers returned without incident. But in San Sebastir.ii a considerable number of workers remained on strike, though many factories were running normally. It waa believed thai strikers %  • %  demanding the release of .'Ho had been arrested i San Sebastian a nd ti i Oil Strike End* ABADAN. A The strike at the ARefinery the world's lnr taday. 12 ttayi altti II A. E C Manager of the Anglo Iranian O.l Company announo .iver '. He aaM lhat -'4.000 wprkman raported for duly today Allowing for leave nnd sickness otilv H00 of Ihe 28.000 workmen remained unaeeounted for —iteuler. A Warning HONC.KOV %  | boats not to i %  %  Keuto-r TRIESTE, April 25 Police threw out some 40 Fascist: A ho sturted a brawl In a theatn here to-day during the Fifth Anniversary celebrations of th illieratlon of Italy —Reulrr Frank Optimism MONTEVIDEO. April 25. Meat negotiations which began yesterday continued today in au atmosphere of frank optimism This afternoon British 'xpt.i led by Sir Albert Fcavervrar conferred with Uruguayan counte.parts headed bv Stock-breeding Mlnistei Luis Brause—Reuter Speaking t the Aniem.i Caambar ol Commarca luncheoi wvraled the real between Bo a n*i aioirpolrd a that of the Oov< he said, had I herself to globed rtraieg> "W think r.n too well of the Amen can fn-eslirhi to sUpf would .illow iiv whole poUcj le defeated and dttntpaad I eeonomle leeesslon BD AJttaa Bui I m nded b) Londo . ntastvaa "t Amati in i>i bw ness and industry he pet own it than uuiu iiiin TI Britain, i MI ivo "<"iiii not i ika bear the -nan. aftagt The Faratgn Boaratai traltM to the lunebai from .i hard hltUna %  the l-aboui Purl i IHHIV. I National Exeniiivc Commltt< Than Aneurln 1 Ho put hll anli >bu BfBln Unt the ;>nnI I.I ui.iU'i i.tlIn it. He v\. .ii disrupt BrlUgi m j rount eota Uarai er -jfl Parq loa After haarlna ihe Mlruater, the EaecuUvi i %  West India* 2.300, A ust mi 2.800. Boffluni || no Fran i lOJtOj I S.000. Nether hinds 125. Sweden 1.400. Switzerland 4,000. Ausi tin 21 Bahrei French North Afrle.i 2.700. In %  Q i raal 7r.o. Somh Afric.14.500 Honrhiraa, Finland and Ptartugal received no B w aa t lBn —Renter B i i t'astle Mass Kilting* Yugoslavia Wunt^ $180,000,000 WASHINGTON, April zfi Yuiioslavin has form the United States foi addition, •"special aid" to help moal nticipated deficior tlSO.uoo.ooo i the next two years. State Ileportment offlcials %  ,i, today that the United States w. "sympathetically considering the request, though Marshal Tlto'l Government has had llMi.ooo.000 In United States loans and grants In the past 18 i: Renter Hungary Working On Cosmic Kays BUDAPEST. Api .1 U i. i % %  • ntM % % %  • worl Ing on cosmic rays, and nueleai physics. %  par art da run disclosed today. The Central Instituto 01 Physics, which is under construction %  n Budapest, is to bv corn|ttatad by 1955 under I 5-yea r plan. It *ay. One pail of th i i Iready in use.—Reuter HONfJKONCi. April 2V An Englishman who has Just arrived from China told Reuter thai Ihouaandi of Chinese were being sentenced to death at public '' minrlatlon meetings throughout 1 He said he believed Communi-:had eaecuted about one million I In the last six months, —Reuter AlltOLO. Apnl U St .1; V .. tbday in nviilmuhem last night New oi iha the mountain ol a quaiT) awrfcl I cine in BJ railwayman workei to clear tin Si OoUiard Una Ii Bab when.HI avalaneha daralli I i i % %  • %  • r ind two com I %  Milan Kurt i> %  xpraaa. A dinini cm cook wns kllle i othera ol Ihe Ii Injured, three ol Ihem and two passengers slightly In. Jurad Rrnlrr Defence Pael Is Good Step LONDON, April M loa l the proposed % %  %  %  fnite.l Btataa, AuatralU and New I rial and a "goe-i Ai I %  irj of Stati Km ; neth Voun Hi rai %  i %  iha Housa i Deputy Cona I I %  Uld con. firm that thru, could nql I-.i" %  nd MiI.IV.I .i untrhM greed %  %  Id Reulrr. Egypl Doea \t*i PrixiiHtEnough Oil I i. Nit %  H i i lhat ha wax oppoa> r tv .oi %  oil t<> m"i h*a said III in II with Br A Itrnirr GOVT. PRIORITY % %  Pha i during jn %  Id i .i hall i f 1 Kent) I HI MII GOVT. >T/f Wl/.s PARIS, A .11 2S 1 the Pranch Qot %  %  i %  .. —Reuler 103 DEAD IN FIRF. (ioM Seized MONO KONG. April ZA Pollca searching Ihe British ship filenanlne (8.986 tons) foi Several days past for drugs, havi sei/..,( gold worth KI:I.I"MI aome on passengers and stain hidden. Today they found £ 38.00' %  riaft The police disclosed lhat they found I.1I00QO Hong KOIIK dollai Chlneae passenger: on the ship Blnct last January ol.i wortl |over S8.00d.000 has lx*n M on ships leaving here RoatM Chopra Kills 2T:> %  AU t'TTA. A W1 | |S Th' chOh %  i %  i. wl i broka out month, i 275 lives in II 2.500.000 pi ( ( ple. oOlcial soun said lodaj Another 800 ca KdmlHad lo the hospu.i —Reulrr Ur U.S. i .:^.|.;illi. wAsnmoTON, ADI ted States raauall Korea rme by NS Ii 81,1 M annouooad t or Night bourlng province because they were involved in the organisation of the strike or had been distributing clandestine leaflets. Alsc some workers who struck only were determined h [till 48-hour j '' I 'lories had. There were indications lhat th to work in San SabasI < intensify later in the day lice broke up a demonstration by women UMt night In Tolosa, near San Sebastian. Women mding the relea.r '•' men arrested H I liHlications yesterday were that nOO of the 5O.000 factory workers in the San SebI I par cent %  % % %  were r^r. %  irike — Reuler RusBian Holidu\ MOSCOW. April 25. Admiral Alan G. Kirk, United State Ambassador in Moscow. left Moscow today for ten du>"' holiday in Soviet Georgia wltn Mrs. Kirk and f"r RHM hit Embassy siafT Reuter New China i leg -Reuler. %  P^lain Sits Up ll.K i>'YRf. A Philippe Petaln, who *•• M yesterday, was at his request, lifted from bed today and sat for .i while in an armchair Tonight's official bulletin Mid hfht gi %  ditto KOI PAX/31 \\ TO VSGOTiATK KIT/I PKKIM, OOVT. HONC, KON'i Apnl | Ahmed All, a representative of the Pakistan niiiliniiiOII|_ has arrived m Peking to cOnduet negotiattcms to estabhh dlpton di relations wit. the Chines* Com munis: Government eecordtng to Clrmai, near here as a j* Consulate St'izrd FItENCIl PYRENEES. April 25 %  odred demonstrators led by local Communist tod;.', in. %  paBUh Viee-mnsulaic ( t •ympaihy foi Iha Baaqua stiiaari feaatai 750,000 CASUALTIES WASHINGTON April 25 a wal stated b eral J Lawton Collins, Unlu States Army Chlaf of staff, told Congressional Commit*. 1 .in u. laltlet in K-o • rso.ooo — Rruler -Knife lit I'liiHa. k WASHINGTON A| The United Stall Slate Dean Ache.on said to>l.iv Ull %  . wa iclosed a VISM lo antsi th< Inirl ChtvalhK ild net breah oil theComi having tho kmU, in his Pack" Renter U.S. Has Aid Pact With Chiang Kai Shek K. W. V. SWEET VERMOUTH DRY VERMOUTH WASHINGTON. April 25. United States Secretary of Stale Denn Acheson today announced urtlcles services or informalio: athitk" furnished by the Unib -aid he did Government. wHy Uie exchange of notes ha By the third condition the been keg! secret i Chinese Nationalist Governmeni now being released Reuter. Wines have excellent qualities H in*i for use with Gin for i i CockUillfl Thai} made from pure white willH With ill. %  on ol extracts' *>i health' herbs. K. W. V. WEMMF.RSHOEK —A Sweel T.blt Win., lo served slightly ctiilled nil u. IIIK aXBRDWG l'\Ril TIES. §



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I'U.I TWO BARBADOS ADVOC \TE rill'RSDAV. APRIL 26. 1931 Cahib galling D R LEONARD IIUTSON.aov%  Dt Veterinary Officci HI Aiucua. after R shori vilt tu narbados i ,iiur |g ti n %  % %  Anli. ;bj n W I.A Bsrbjdos Holiday M R. AN!) VKS Wli.llAM I COTTRELL t,f Washington end their can arc U Barbados day, Mr*. Cot:.,rm*r Audrey Goodi %  Ilank I III 'oprr.cnt Engine** M R, ANIi VKS CHIUSTODYKB8 who bi %  M I hotkhi) in Barbados have left (or England via Mr. Dy] • n of D.OA.C. Retiring this Year M \Ht!Y V AIIHAHAM. | Hi. Tiansuorl %  intent, BrfUth ..lid Secretary of Ihe Dc\ .<. or? Commlttes retiring (rain %  1,1 October tinraw and i (mm May %  A .ham has many badoa and 1* a fre_ %  i %  thai %  I i ,tUM &U chm I, years ago ... ; U I %  clerk in brandi. Headline of the Week 1TTACK ON (iAITSKELL— Budget PrOfMWll tDi -Tnmdfl.l Cwral Doctor of Laws F REYA STARK, will uf Mr. Stewart Perownc. former Coi otary "i harbados is to % %  %  : Doctor of Laws at Ulasgow University thai Student Cricketera W INDIAH STUDENTS in Enjtand haw been .'il.'lgo Of %  Through the Colonial TU" criekat matches; Clare < oUeaje. Cambridge. B and agamai Oriel Coi.<— %  Oxford, on May 19. The ,: will be captained by NU.i. 1 iril MilU and ma> Erx Ian Teat %  .. % %  A .m %  .1 %  I., i week and • • luii:hed ju't in linnt" mi %  Ihe CaMbridgc game. 4 1114 IS llll.l\ Ma* Mid* .HI. roUR ynrago whan she wai 16. Manas Mm Mary Pattcaon. daugh tot of the Canadian l'.iuUc boa* in Laadaa, want to a circiu. Hear bar oat a young medical student. Richard Fox Luiton. Last December thy met again at a party Nut month th*y anil be married. Pox-L;)i ton u uo* a iBadlcal Officer In the K.vf LEB. Hutton Omitted T lfF. fourth Playfair Cricket Animal I|'!.,VI..I. hag once %  Q its I i cricketers of the year, and onci more four touring nun. %  %  was Hadiec. Donnelly, Butcllffc and Burn, uf New Zealand; tin. %  i. WMIICII. Wrekes Hainadhm and Valentine, >f the West in i; I 1T Hutton an nrld ball ^ II-.TI mimUi DM In I there is %  choice \-< r rent. Of cnvi,;> out I inll pai boui indlvldu 1 poti ntlal rurthei i %  i thai left handed .' lend lo scratch the ii the noae, and vice i '. .11 of 111 to ;. e/ftri v*r/dVJtei T HF ladlea' orehaatra hail just : i,|. i.ii I*. ,i d'Aiinour" i (locaiI.' 'loroosliled to bail 1 mOU I i tiirh P Itupuylren. who owlet with a !'i i -i to eommenl on an article %  gaJaarl bruna In the South Slatfordshlie Sentinel, and Mr. Style, nf Style and Fur •loned on the beat | %  v l.i Mr. Style lateral ventwould give li.p-.id.-cl appearance. "The holt;: vhuuld he ban| in the %  I %  gli Archer Uy." rapUed %  I hwil: for your ti*l T )DAY i reci Ivid n on %  umably fru Oazett tlorut, Diati U Gro ipa, and Ii.-) % %  la :, %  %  publish.' %  bly lie i •.MI bj the laige public k? the U I ol Hunting donahlre Cal I beel seller. It contains an alph.ilw'.i e eight hundred years old" "Try our mutton, sii." raid the wailer with %  mile. iuil-pivcv I N the leloviatng of n recorded talk en ferrets, should the •ckling > %  ( Ihe studio audience bl included? Junior Short Story Competition The Evening Advocate invites nil children under 12 lo entct for Us Junior Short Story Competition. The best s'ory will bo publishec very Monde? n The Lvenlne Advocate, and the winner will rccelvi prize lo the value of 7/6 in cither books or stationery. The storlei ran be on any subject under Ihe sun but should nol be more than 3nf words in length, and must reach The Children'a Kdllor, The AdvecaU 'o Ltd.. City not later than Wedne*H:i" every week. NOTE : Stories must not he copied. Send this coupon with your story. JUNIOR SHOUT STORY COMPETITION Name :?. Age School Form Home Address One does not need the imaginI poet nor the deductive powers of a detective to understand Mi Judy Garland's feeling* as rero hour approached m. Monday evening. Listening from her dressingroom to the mounting applause of an excited audieimBog a jgn> gramme lhat was singularly clean and diverting, she must have felt s-. ,i Christen .,t Uie ancient Coli&eum hearing th,. roaring of the lions. Ten or 12 years ago she was ihe embodiment of what Amer,cans call "sizzling youth". Playing opposite Mr. Astalre or Mr Rooney on the hlms her vitality fajrly burst the seam; of the celluloid which tried to imprison her personality. Then she faded from view and there were rumours of unhappineas. sickness and tragedy. Like Dr. Miracle In the Talos of Hoffmann a psychiatrist came into her life, but with somewhat happier iBBuHa, Finally a psychologist named Val Parnell offered her %  contract lo appear at the Paula•Hum although It was years sine.' she had appeared before a llv%  'udlence. The Welcoming Roar From the time of her arrival at Southampton the candid camera men told the story of Ihe weight which had been added unto her From the pictures in the newspapers there was little to Identttj OUT visitor with the earlier sirzler From all of which we can understand the nervous tension of Monday night. There have been times at the Palladium when the Dementia Americana Micj-ophonla has reached such m pitch of hysteria that one could pnly groan and feel ashamed for one's countryme:, and even more for one's countrywomen. But there, was no dementia In the tremendous roar of saalooBW ihu' greeted Miss Garland as she walked on to the stag?. The warmth of that welcome was genuine, kind and underMandmg—greater and deeper than ever would have been given lo her when she was the madcap princess of the movie* And genuineness was met by genuine* ness. This sturdy young woman bowed and smiled as the cheering went on, but there were no tears, no trembling of the lips or wobbling of the chin. Carefree, Buoyant She was a trouper who had .me to give a performance. Thai as what mattered t^ hei. Curiously enough there was .thine absurd about this Brunnhilde singing old favourites from the (Urns. She possesses a real re, a voice which even ha* beauty in its softer moment*, and her face Is expressive because die plays no tricks. In Limchouse Blues she taJtei i very slow tempo and makes of t a brooding tragic tale instead of in id. i chug-chug rhythm number in her Faster Parade she is carefree and buoyant that wc t the itailtr again before our eyes, and we could nlmosl picture the bonnet which had played such havoc with the young impress ion a bles. Vibrant Sincerity The truth |g thai Miss Garlan now belter than her material ThU quality of vibrant sincerity opens up possibilities which probibly she. herself, has failed lo realise. She can command pailm without being maudlin Bha i above ihe wailing nonsense of Ihe %  rooner who could not sleep a wink last night and all that sort >l drivel. In fact she is an artisi 'Nevertheless, she flopped at the Palladium—but let n.e hasten lo add that this is no flgure of pecch. Retreating backwards for tie ilrsl time from the barrage of ipplause. she tripped and sat lown on the stage with a bump Her astonishment was greater than her confusion, and she made no pretence lhat it was intended. We saw a brave woman on Monday, but more than that we saw a woman who hns emerged from the shadows and lino's that the public like her as she is, even more than for what she was. \Ot Y I 11 " Mks Rup*M Sffl 'hi ihrf palt Ait (ogfthff %  fass, No. We Ret • b*!irr iil*j rhn iiuaiiAg haifi m this wsaihtr." asyi Alty. "Look it iht like down iStre. It' (ro:en ill ovrr. %  ?pp 'a ''*pi u-ad* if n. Ut'i ukc our ilrdgrt I ;it and then we may be able to make a tlide on the ice." "Thai'a '^PP'ifl" iei Rupert. ** I do •ope ihe > *,,!! be :rong snough In a few minuiei they -J£ iv, pu,hcd off t for .lown th. *y %  • %  > TODAY 1.1.1 and 8.30 p.m. (Ijist Shows) LEON ERROL in "GALS INCORPORATED" CiiAHl.ES BUYER — IRENE DUNNE "WHEN TO-MOKROW COME?" 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ESTABLISHED 1895
JRSDAY. APr'U.
ALLIES HURL BACK RED TROOPS
Communists keep up steady pressure on U.N. forces
FORM NEW LINE ON
WESTERN FRONT
TOKYO, April 25.
UNITED NATIONS tank and infantry columns
lashed out northwest of Chunchon on the central
front today to hurl back two Chinese divisions
which were halted on the fourth day of the Commu
nist spring offensive. Blanket fire from masses of
artillery and umbrella rocket firing jets supported
the Allied drive which jumped off north of Kapyong
this morning.
Inf.mtry. iplwhMdid oy U
Vein-son Denies
Bevun's Charges
n.cvrd north through

against wave after
Chinese u
oul ttW picviou: Mi I
An Allied ..I'llKiv barr.iRcl
killed hundreds of C>
linn" before hoi U
oft iii< ittaekai
On ihe western fr">
Nations troops formed :i new
solid line in tight blocking posl
tlons rr:idy t,, siem .1 posslbt
second thrust of the new offensive
Thev had withdrawn to the*
dcim... position* ifln baattni wU American
heavy Chinese nixhl ;.;:. ,.,,. ., fu tccounl of
In tin ,.r N',th Atlantic
Allied force* brofea oil o.nt.i-t -j,,..,,, powvn f"i rlH material*,
with Communists ulong the .( II .-niial foi then
Parallel and withdrew to ;mrt ,ncir re_
lines north of the vital Seoul- ;.imumCnt programme* He said
Chunchon lateral road lothf all It
WASHINGTON. April 25.
* 1 ..I S:.ite
ladaj raffljprifali
l,v rejected the accusation by
UntisK
. That '-he United
1 ling up" iuM( of
teak raw

No major engagement*, wei,
ifported from this -ector. though
three Chinee* s were
lielieved to be facing ihc Untie !
Nations line.
Reuter
CCUld l" ensure increased produi
lion ind equitable use of existing
No fcComii. TOKYO. April :'
Lieut. Gen MulUi.w Ridgway,
the new United N
Commander has "no connnc.ii" t->
make on statement-, thai ho sup-
ported General Ml Arl
*dre to bring the Chir:. i
into the fight aRalni Communist
Chins
His pen
referring to Washington rep
that Mac Arthur's politic !
Ma)r General CotiMni
claimed that GeneraF*' :
others stiuix-' I I Ii torn*
Supreme Cetnman Icr'i policy i
this point Renter
Juin Staying On
PARIS. Ai
General Alphons;i Join Hi"
resident General
is alw commander-in-O
Allied Army Force* i- f i-
said todev "1 am f" ' -
Morocco to complete : worl
that 1 started." The Fmith Na-
tional Assembly I
Commltu.
in General JuuVl policy w
Moroc r< Reuter.
FRENCH MOP UP
SAIGON April ?5
French Union ground I
-lay continued I
ping lip npei P
Nationalist gueirilias ror the sixth
successive
In the Vietminh .
Tongking delta. that
mire rebels Md C Ipt I
French Army communique 'lin
rjtav.Itruler
Approve
Budget
WASHINGTON. Apr.l .'
The Appropriations Comiiiif.ee
'. ;he House of Represent.itive*
today approved a $64.68*2,000,000
emergency Defence budget.
The amount recommended for
House consideration starting to-
morrow, is for emergency puvpos-
"s raised by the in* cased coal of
>h, Korea War Moat of it will
he spent during May and June
The emergency budget |i to
supplement S8.000.000.000 already
voted tt> the military by Congress
for the fiscal year ending June M
A large part of the new Defence
money is needed to meet the
higher cost of equipment and
;upplles since the Korea war
ftarted.
Army officials said that fo'
fi.stance the improved General
Patton tank which cml tlBS.OW
bcfoie the Korean war. CO^U
J240.rof -Reuter
L.N. Command
Confident
TOKYO. April 25
The Chinese spring offensive
seemed to have spent the powi
of !'> Brat onslaught which in
same sectors had pushed the
Allied hues back as much as 25
mil* in three days.
U N. Staff Ofluers did not
belittlo the dangers of the situa
li 'ii, ai the Chinese arr baiieveu
to have possibly half a million
troop ready to be thrown
the battle to follow up the initial
thrust
But the United Nations Com
-ned to leel ronfUiei '.
that Its international armies coul.l
famll. all further .-tluck>- Bj well
i-s the first one
Military observers polntad oul
that Ihe Chinee w f.r have
showed no abihiv to maieh AJIh i
I rcpower and armour. The ant in
palwl Chinese counter offensive
In the air is so fur COBflMd to
sporadic appearance of lighter
oircrafl alone or in very BDMll
troups Reuter.
HOW TO I Ahl UIIIKA
THE AHBU8AUOR 01VB8 A TXW LESSONS At a party bald
at Uie Soviet Emb'-j in Leufoi to ctlsbrate tba founding of th-
Rd Array 33 year* Ago. Adgai.al ^l the British Fleet. Lotd Fraoei
learned oue ueful trick frail V uUb. how Ib toss down a glas,
or vodka, with Ike bead m.k, In on* swaUow.
Karpresi
bead Mck, la
BRITAIN WILL GE1
SULPHUR FROM U.S.
WASHINGTON. April 25.
THE Us r< iniM'.rce DnMftmiil announced tonight tlia'
the quota of sulphur for all fni'iullv countries for the
quarters of 1951 v ed at 250,000 ions. Britain's
allocation was flS.WX) ton Tin* Commerce Dcparlmcnl n
nouncement said thai second quarters "was essential to
meet Ihc bare minimum or needs" of Britain and oflttt
friendly countri"*;.
Dvpinti
Morrison Pledges
Faith In \inrrica
An steers Rebel A ran men Is
(By R. B MACLURE)
LONDON. April 25.
J.'OREIGN SECRETARY Herbert Morrison
answered the arguments of Government rebels
today by declaring his faith that the United States
would not let Britain down over the supply of
scarce raw materials.
U.S. Plan 9.-> Win*
Air Force By 195T
300 On Strike
VIENNA, April 25
300 enKinecring workers
came out on t".kc over
.sal i,f one of their work-
the Soviet management
eed to return to work
i hundred and eighty-live
nan employed at Teudioft Vamag
Eigineering Wurks stunk ne.irl>
twi wtafci ago when Soviet Kom-
mandutura diimisned the Socialixt
President of the Works Council.
Leopold Matzlnger for dlnrlbutin.-:
Um SacJalial paper F'iea Harl.
- Reuter.
WASHINGTON. April 25
The rapidly ckpmidnig United
Stiite5 air folt* pliinn lo have 6"
eombai wlnft in oparaUofi \a
June 30. and iu reach Ita fnl
of u
the autumn nl HW2
Thi. .;,s dlMloaod loo)
House ApprupriatuMis ('
Oonaral s Vandaabai
Foi.es Chief of Staff said In
that the itn I
increased its total miliUry
atrengih from 58 wings and
.160.000 men la>t Deceinliei to 81
riHs and 700.00C men on
win ii the rot ! bed it- full
05 wing itrenith. it
'.mild number athnit l (iiih>
The term win**' (aaxuacneb
BaXlbto. I! i .t'lf-rontaiue*)
niH>rnting unit which" may be
BdO u\> i| ichitjvclv (,.
heavy Ixunljer* oi fighters.
ReutPt
MR HAROLD WILSON. Who
cenUy revignad from the Cabinet.
wearing a monkey nut1' unit.
Inventor*, of toe net, fibre.
I.C.I (Irrp'Ti'l Chemical Indus
I van *ut*d by n f.P. to
be runklnK by the ena of 1051 an
estimated 8m. Ibi. of Use fibre, mffl-
ciant if railed '
im nulta.
Invitation For Pas
NEW YORK, April 25
The President of Ihe ruMtican
News]>aper Publishers Asflociaiion
todiiy propoaed inviting Ur Alben
O'Gaima Pai. former editor of
Argentina's suppressed newspapei
La Prenaa to come !o the Ufllttd
tnu iiu.e. Hum- e...,_ p_,.|-,
wool w fa 1" mmm'
40 THROWN OUT
Spanish Strikers
Return To Work
MADRID. April 25
The three days' cost of living strike ended in the Bilbao
UH this, morning and the majority of workers returned
without incident. But in San Sebastir.ii a considerable num-
ber of workers remained on strike, though many factories
were running normally.
It waa believed thai strikers
demanding the release of
.'Ho had been arrested
i San Sebastian and ti i
Oil Strike End*
ABADAN. A
The strike at the A-
Refinery the world's lnr
taday. 12 ttayi altti II
A. E C
Manager of the Anglo Iranian O.l
Company announo -
.iver '. He aaM lhat -'4.000 wprk-
man raported for duly today
Allowing for leave nnd sickness
otilv H00 of Ihe 28.000 workmen
remained unaeeounted for
iteuler.
A Warning
HONC.KOV

| boats not to i


Keuto-r
TRIESTE, April 25
Police threw out some 40 Fascist:
a ho sturted a brawl In a theatn
here to-day during the Fifth
Anniversary celebrations of th
illieratlon of Italy Reulrr
Frank Optimism
MONTEVIDEO. April 25.
Meat negotiations which began
yesterday continued today in au
atmosphere of frank optimism
This afternoon British 'xpt.i
led by Sir Albert Fcavervrar con-
ferred with Uruguayan counte.-
parts headed bv Stock-breeding
Mlnistei Luis BrauseReuter
Speaking t the Aniem.i
Caambar ol Commarca luncheoi
wvraled the real
between Boan*i aioirpolrd a
that of the Oov<
he said, had I
herself to globed rtraieg> "W
think r.n too well of the Amen
can fn-eslirhi to sUpf
would .illow iiv whole poUcj '
le defeated and dttntpaad I
eeonomle leeesslon BD
AJttaa '
Bui i m nded b) Londo
. ntastvaa "t Amati in i>i bw
ness and industry he pet
own it than
uuiu iiiin ti Britain, i
mi ivo "<"iiii not i ika
bear the -nan. aftagt
The Faratgn Boaratai -
traltM to the lunebai
from .i hard hltUna
the l-aboui Purl i IhhIv. i
National Exeniiivc Commltt<
Than Aneurln *
1
Ho put hll anli >bu
BfBln Unt the ;>nn- I
i.i ui.iU'i i.tl- In it.He v\. .ii
disrupt BrlUgi m j
rount eota Uarai
er -jfl Parq loa
After haarlna ihe
Mlruater, the EaecuUvi i
ttoid Brmly banian" ;
ami Um raarnutfnani b
called on ,.11 Mambars ( i )
MM thai
jota of 75 000, ton refined h,-.
prwes^ed sulphur had bear Pa,,?V_l?^?*-lh_i!J_",
.l;iliished for the seeoiid riuar-
r liretistllg peiiud
Other seeond quartei
of crude sulphurwore (in |0R|
ions of 2.240 pound* each): India
7J00, l';iki-itiin 1.700. Indonrolii
l.tiSO. Argentina 1,000. Jlr.au
If Bevan wat lo^kinu forwai
lo ihe labour Union lot nuppoii
be was thorouahb di
They gave full assurance that
they would lUpporl lh#
nnuii
The three BunittVS Mam DC I
isuiii). Colomhti i7ftV'MeVK^riMJ'brmP"Uwll! '' "! ",'11-
lenwini Membon of paruan
no. Totn Drib
f'uUi 1,000, Ecundor 20, Hung,
100, NtUtarlaad> West India*
2.300, A ust mi 2.800. Boffluni
|| no Fran i lOJtOj I
S.000. Nether hinds 125. Sweden
1.400. Switzerland 4,000. Ausi
tin 21
Bahrei
French North Afrle.i 2.700. In
Q i raal 7r.o. Somh Afric.-
14.500
Honrhiraa, Finland and Ptartu-
gal received no BwaatlBn
Renter
B i i t'astle

Mass Kilting*
Yugoslavia Wunt^
$180,000,000
WASHINGTON, April zfi
Yuiioslavin has form
the United States foi addition,
"special aid" to help moal
nticipated defici- or tlSO.uoo.ooo
i the next two years.
State Ileportment offlcials ,i,
today that the United States w.
"sympathetically considering the
request, though Marshal Tlto'l
Government has had llMi.ooo.000
In United States loans and grants
In the past 18 i:
Renter
Hungary Working
On Cosmic Kays
BUDAPEST. Api .1 U
i. i ntM worl
Ing on cosmic rays, and nueleai
physics. par art da run
disclosed today.
The Central Instituto 01 Phys-
ics, which is under construction
n Budapest, is to bv corn|ttatad
by 1955 under I 5-year plan. It
*ay. One pail of th i i
Iready in use.Reuter
HONfJKONCi. April 2V
An Englishman who has Just
arrived from China told Reuter
thai Ihouaandi of Chinese were
being sentenced to death at public
'' minrlatlon meetings throughout
1
He said he believed Communi-:-
had eaecuted about one million
I In the last six months,
Reuter
AlltOLO. Apnl U
St .1; V ..
tbday in nviilmuhe- m
last night New oi iha
the mountain ol a quaiT) awrfcl I
cine in bj railwayman workei
to clear tin Si OoUiard Una Ii
Bab when- .hi avalaneha daralli I
i i r ind two com I
Milan Kurt i> xpraaa.
A dinini cm cook wns kllle i
othera ol Ihe Ii
Injured, three ol Ihem
and two passengers slightly In.
Jurad Rrnlrr
Defence Pael
Is Good Step
LONDON, April M
loa l the proposed ,
''
fnite.l Btataa, AuatralU and New I
rial and a "goe-i Ai I

irj of Stati Km ;
neth Voun Hi rai
i iha Housa
i
Deputy Cona I I
Uld con.
firm that thru, could nql I-- .i"
nd Mi-
i.iv.i .i untrhM
greed

Id Reulrr.
Egypl Doea \t*i
PrixiiHt- Enough Oil
I i. Nit
H
i i
lhat ha wax oppoa>
r tv .oi

oil t<> m"i h*a
said iii in ii
with Br A Itrnirr
GOVT. PRIORITY

Pha
i
during jn
Id i .i hall i f
1 Kent)
I HI MII GOVT. >T/f Wl/.s
PARIS, A .11 2S
1 the Pranch Qot
i
..
Reuler
103 DEAD IN FIRF.
(ioM Seized
MONO KONG. April ZA
Pollca searching Ihe British
ship filenanlne (8.986 tons) foi
Several days past for drugs, havi
sei/..,( gold worth ki:i.i"mi
aome on passengers and stain
hidden.
Today they found 38.00'
riaft The
police disclosed lhat they found
I.1I00QO Hong Koiik dollai
Chlneae passenger:
on the ship
Blnct last January ol.i wortl
|over S8.00d.000 has lx*n M
on ships leaving here RoatM
Chopra Kills 2T:>
AU t'TTA. AW1| |S
Th' chOh i..... i. wl i
broka out month, i
275 lives in II
2.500.000 pi ((ple. oOlcial soun
said lodaj Another 800 ca
.....KdmlHad lo the hospu.i
Reulrr
Ur
U.S. i .:^.|.;illi.
wAsnmoTON, adi
ted States raauall
Korea rme by NS
. Ii 81,1 M
annouooad t eluded MM killed 11,428
(rl and 1U030 missing
R* Hlr
Man Hrhind
Brit I nion '''/
LONDOM Apnl II.


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the l'..ii iw

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'
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C1 m
!

1
illy nothing.
It Is a l 11
: | fm
not present at ti
. | I I 3VT tntil
theki lortaahir

i
Oil, but the world
wide shippmi: ana
iiim of Andrew
CO., which he founded, is
of tba
bustneah

ion I
.'
iraa. while
um- nl
I .

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meal inii u
I) -.till ,
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'tivdo;:.
"tflaBn'
king.
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of his
\i .i .,.
.\li \..... '. Wan
".'.,. aovirnina
P
NO JOB YET
WAJHINOTl IN. A
... i
I',.I V.I ||
offi aeer cnflno

paraonal id
today
- Rrill.r
'. IK0HAMA, Apnl Sfl
ith roll in ti
nun disii Ii
......... 101 it i
THE "ADVOCATE"
pay. for NEWS
DIAL Mi\:
Du> or Night
bourlng province because they
were involved in the organisation
of the strike or had been dis-
tributing clandestine leaflets. Alsc
some workers who struck only
were determined h
[till 48-hour j ''
I 'lories had.
There were indications lhat th
. to work in San Sabas-
I < intensify later in the
day
lice broke up a demon-
stration by women UMt night In
Tolosa, near San Sebastian. Women
mding the relea.r ''
men arrested H I
liHlications yesterday were that
nOO of the 5O.000 factory
workers in the San Seb- I
I par cent
! were r^r. 'irike
Reuler
RusBian Holidu\
MOSCOW. April 25.
Admiral Alan G. Kirk, United
State Ambassador in Moscow.
left Moscow today for ten du>"'
holiday in Soviet Georgia wltn
Mrs. Kirk and f"r RHM
hit Embassy siafT Reuter
New China
i leg -Reuler.

P^lain Sits Up
ll.K i>'YRf. A
Philippe Petaln, who * M
yesterday, was at his request,
lifted from bed today and sat
for .i while in an armchair
Tonight's official bulletin Mid
hfht
gi ditto
KOI
PAX/31 \\ TO VSGOTiATK
KIT/I PKKIM, OOVT.
HONC, KON'i Apnl |
Ahmed All, a representative of
the Pakistan niiiliniiiOII|_ has
arrived m Peking to cOnduet ne-
gotiattcms to estabhh dlpton di
relations wit. the Chines* Com
munis: Government eecordtng to Clrmai, near here as a j*
Consulate St'izrd
FItENCIl PYRENEES. April 25
odred demonstrators led
by local Communist tod;.',
in. paBUh Viee-mnsulaic ,(t
ympaihy foi Iha Baaqua stiiaari
feaatai
750,000 CASUALTIES
WASHINGTON April 25
a wal stated b
eral j Lawton Collins, Unlu
States Army Chlaf of staff, told
Congressional Commit*.
1 .in u. laltlet in K-o
rso.ooo
Rruler
-Knife lit I'lii- Ha. k
WASHINGTON A|
The United Stall
Slate Dean Ache.on said to>l.iv Ull
. .
wa iclosed a vism lo antsi th<
Inirl ChtvalhK
ild net breah oil
theComi
having tho kmU, in his Pack"
Renter
U.S. Has Aid Pact With Chiang Kai Shek
K. W. V.
SWEET VERMOUTH
DRY VERMOUTH
WASHINGTON. April 25.
United States Secretary of Stale
Denn Acheson today announced hitherto secret agreement batween
Ihe United States and the Chinese
Nationalist Government
I'nder ,i United,Slides military
aid to Nationalists on Formosa
should be confined to material for
"internal security and legitimat"
"-.elf defence."
In one note the United State:
Government laid dot/n
conditions regarding Iha
disposal of lid l-eing aent lo
r naa
li warned thai dattvartl
be stopped If Chli
departed from these con-
The Chinese National
its note ol February g.
accepted the eond
The condltlans are "Firstly that
the Chuiese Government will use
the material to maintain Its In- ac"
tern.d security -r Its lejdtlfnata personnel and give lhatn fiellltM
lo see after the use of m.lit.u
that the Chinese Oo
emmeut would take security ] The
measure's "to prevent Ihe dis nati
of rldsaibed military 'of f>
urtlcles services or informalio: athitk"
furnished by the Unib -aid he did
Government. wHy Uie exchange of notes ha
By the third condition the been keg! secret i
Chinese Nationalist Governmeni now being released Reuter.
Wines have excellent qualities
h in*i for use with Gin for
i i CockUillfl Thai}
made from pure white willH With ill.
on ol extracts' *>i health'
herbs.
K. W. V.
WEMMF.RSHOEK
A Sweel T.blt Win., lo
served slightly ctiilled -
nil u. iiik aXBRDWG l'\Ril
TIES.


I'U.I TWO
BARBADOS ADVOC \TE
rill'RSDAV. APRIL 26. 1931
Cahib galling
DR LEONARD IIUTSON.aov-
Dt Veterinary Officci
hi Aiucua. after R shori vilt tu
narbados i ,iiur |g ti n '
Anli. ;- bj n W I.A
Bsrbjdos Holiday
MR. AN!) VKS Wli.llAM I
COTTRELL t,f Washington
end their can arc U Barbados
day, Mr*. Cot-
:.,rm*r Audrey Good-
i
Ilank
I III
'oprr.cnt Engine**
MR, ANIi VKS CHIUSTO-
DYKB8 who bi
M I hotkhi) in Bar-
bados have left (or England via
Mr. Dy]
n of D.OA.C.
Retiring this Year
M\Ht!Y V AIIHAHAM.
. | Hi. Tiansuorl
. intent, BrfUth
..lid Secretary of Ihe Dc-
\ .<. or? Commlttes
retiring (rain '
1,1 October tin- raw and
i (mm May

A .ham has many
badoa and 1* a fre_
i thai I
i ,t- Um &u chm
i, years ago
... ; U
I ...... clerk in
brandi.
Headline of the Week
1TTACK ON (iAITSKELL
Budget PrOfMWll tDi -- Tnmdfl.l
Cwral
Doctor of Laws
FREYA STARK, will uf Mr.
Stewart Perownc. former Co-
i otary "i harbados is to
: Doctor of
Laws at Ulasgow University thai
Student Cricketera
WINDIAH STUDENTS
in Enjtand haw been
.'il.'lgo Of

Through the Colonial
TU" criekat matches;
Clare < oUeaje. Cambridge.
B and agamai Oriel Coi-
.<. Oxford, on May 19. The
,: will be captain-
ed by NU.i.1 iril MilU and ma>
Erx Ian Teat
!.. A .m .1 '
I., i week and
luii:hed ju't in linn- t"
mi ' Ihe CaMbridgc game.
4 1114 IS llll.l\
Ma*
Mid-
* .HI.
roUR ynr- ago whan she wai 16.
Manas Mm Mary Pattcaon. daugh
tot of the Canadian l'.iuUc boa* in
Laadaa, want to a circiu.
Hear bar oat a young medical
student. Richard Fox Luiton. Last
December thy met again at a
party Nut month th*y anil be
married.
Pox-L;)i ton u uo* a iBadlcal
Officer In the K.vf
LEB.
Hutton Omitted
TlfF. fourth Playfair Cricket
Animal i|'!.,vi..i.
hag once Q its I i
cricketers of the year, and onci
more four touring nun.

was Hadiec. Donnelly, Butcllffc
and Burn, uf New Zealand; tin.
i. WmiicII. Wrekes
Hainadhm and Valentine, >f the
West in
i; I 1- T
Hutton an nrld ball
^ii-.ti mimUi DM In I
there is choice batsSh< Dj
inJoek,
B.I.F. Boa^
ABUCCE880B bat i i
appointed to Hi
i) it I n .
piist tiiti o d charge
.if id" WeM Indie itanda ai the
Pali The
r, in | I ej fallen upon Ml W
Lambert, on* nun- Buperlntendeni
of Police In Qi
Lucia and former ADC to the
i oi. Mr
l.amhcrl notified tlw w*l I Indh
Committee
ingno&s to undertake tne i
Favourably Situated
MR A. LEEUWIN of the Sales
Department of K1.M Royal
Dutch Anlineai who flew in from
i few days ago on a one
y tb that although
Barbados is not included In
network. It ,S favour.
ablv m mated for connecting In
Trinidad with K I. M world
hi that
to Europe, Neai
At
Caribbean haaso*
| via II..-..in.i to
.re weekly
n aenrli e on Tuesday
. da) and on Thursday
there is a Constellation service
via New York. K.L M.'s newest
venture the multustop-over-
all has been launched In
lion with olher European
- ellers who
irop* to make stop-over*
Bl a number of cities in Europe
without extra coat.
m a K.L.M. aircraft,
chartered by the CPI.M. of
due lo arrive at Sea-
welr at I 40 p.m. from Curacao,
and will leave nt 1 25 p m for
i Trinidad
Johnson'* Statue
Beverley Baxter M.P. Reports On B.B.C Radio
JUDY GARLAND p^rT,me
"A brave womanand an artist:
Pathos without bein^r maudlin"
POII real Dl Somurl Johnson's
I ! h gaze* up Fleet
DOflt outside the
I St Clement Danes, bat
I leaning. Some London
now becoming
the long delay.
Thiv ;i(lniil Ibt statue is uu-
wortJi] i.f ik mbjeet neveefjsaeaai
it should not atay so
The mailer was mentioned at a
meelinc of the Johnson Sonet y (if
law days aflp. Soon after
l nded the Society were
Kiven 300 to clean the statue by
Mr r. .1 Oaater, rraoitby buai-
neurnan who is a member of the
Society.
They decided to do nothkig until
the Church Of St. Clement Danes,
badly damaged by bombs, hod
bean raotoroo. This has not been
done. The Society may now decide
I wnited long enough.
'..lue was the work oi
i It was erected
in 1010.
Incidental Intelligence
I'D l.iKK to write a book about
ttie Ten Great levers of all
Bd if 1 can remem
bei the names of the olher nine
BOH HOPE
INS.
YHVI Ml HIS OI P1PA
BY THE WAY... *y beachcombs*
1NOTE wltii rnpttire thnt the
n,. iv ;ni of worldni hai not*
a eharl "I the
..f Work
full of aueb
rork unit
'i'i.i' 'i iiHi'.ton, and so
on.
Mv own rtaearohei have led
.., even reai
(i3;.*PKI w-ak hours an loat b)
i ralcblni (balr
,,,..: !, j i
,i u mnam anytbins>
\-< r rent. Of cnvi,;> out
I inll pai boui
. indlvldu 1
poti ntlal rurthei
i i
thai left handed
.' lend lo scratch the
ii the noae, and vice
i '. .11 of 111 to
;. e/ftri v*r/dVJtei
Thf ladlea' orehaatra hail just
: i,|. i.ii I*. ,i d'Aiinour"
i (locaiI.' 'loroosli-
led to bail
1 mOU I i tiirh
p Itupuylren. who
owlet with a worn bj i loa n
al the Cirque Medranu. A man
called Munsiieti, whoso father
man. bowkn fur thf Bu-'>!'i
i -i to eommenl on
an article gaJaarl bruna In the
South Slatfordshlie Sentinel, and
Mr. Style, nf Style and Fur
loned on the beat
. | -
v l.i Mr. Style
lateral vent- would give
li.p-.id.-cl appear-
ance. "The holt;: vhuuld he
ban| in the
I
gli
Archer Uy." rapUed

I hwil: for your ti*l
T)DAY i reci Ivid n on
umably fru
Oazett
tlorut, Diati U Gro ipa, and
Ii.-) la :,
publish.'
bly lie i .mi bj the laige public
k? the U I ol Hunting
donahlre Cal I beel
seller. It contains an alph.ilw'.i
.
gars, but tin Qocumi n
unaathfylni There I
raphy, nor
nig Ihe names snd I
I'.roup Dnanaaen wlthoul writing
to them or lalephonlng In t*-ein.
the last
of ii it dnjjdonshln Cabmen, bo
be publlsbad next month, will
l think, how much more
nterprlM i" to
Hi branches of belles
,. .
hVfif Slory
A MAN in n restaurant Ihe
other day was describing to
his friend the ancient trees in
tiir churchyard of his village.
"There's a yew," he said,
"which is supposed to i>e eight
hundred years old" "Try our
mutton, sii." raid the wailer with
mile.
iuil-pivcv
In the leloviatng of n recorded
talk en ferrets, should the
ckling >( Ihe studio audience
bl included?
Junior Short Story Competition
The Evening Advocate invites nil children under 12 lo entct for
Us Junior Short Story Competition. The best s'ory will bo publishec
very Monde? n The Lvenlne Advocate, and the winner will rccelvi
. prize lo the value of 7/6 in cither books or stationery. The storlei
ran be on any subject under Ihe sun but should nol be more than 3nf
words in length, and must reach The Children'a Kdllor, The AdvecaU
'o Ltd.. City not later than Wedne*H:i" every week.
NOTE : Stories must not he copied.
Send this coupon with your story.
JUNIOR SHOUT STORY COMPETITION
Name.........................:?.................
Age ...........................................
School ......................................
Form...........................................
Home Address....................................
One does not need the imagin-
I poet nor the deductive
powers of a detective to under-
stand Mi Judy Garland's feel-
ing* as rero hour approached m.
Monday evening.
Listening from her dressing-
room to the mounting applause
of an excited audieim- Bog a jgn>
gramme lhat was singularly clean
and diverting, she must have felt
. s-. ,i Christen .,t Uie ancient
Coli&eum hearing th,. roaring of
the lions.
Ten or 12 years ago she was
ihe embodiment of what Amer,-
cans call "sizzling youth". Play-
ing opposite Mr. Astalre or Mr
Rooney on the hlms her vitality
fajrly burst the seam; of the cel-
luloid which tried to imprison her
personality.
Then she faded from view and
there were rumours of unhappi-
neas. sickness and tragedy. Like
Dr. Miracle In the Talos of Hoff-
mann a psychiatrist came into her
life, but with somewhat happier
iBBuHa, Finally a psychologist
named Val Parnell offered her .
contract lo appear at the Paula-
Hum although It was years sine.'
she had appeared before a llv-
'udlence.
The Welcoming Roar
From the time of her arrival
at Southampton the candid camera
men told the story of Ihe weight
which had been added unto her
From the pictures in the news-
papers there was little to Identttj
OUT visitor with the earlier sirzler
From all of which we can under-
stand the nervous tension of
Monday night.
There have been times at the
Palladium when the Dementia
Americana Micj-ophonla has
reached such m pitch of hysteria
that one could pnly groan and feel
ashamed for one's countryme:,
and even more for one's country-
women. But there, was no demen-
tia In the tremendous roar of
saalooBW ihu' greeted Miss Gar-
land as she walked on to the stag?.
The warmth of that welcome
was genuine, kind and under-
Mandmggreater and deeper than
ever would have been given lo
her when she was the madcap
princess of the movie* And
genuineness was met by genuine*
ness. This sturdy young woman
bowed and smiled as the cheering
went on, but there were no tears,
no trembling of the lips or wob-
bling of the chin.
Carefree, Buoyant
She was a trouper who had
.me to give a performance. Thai
as what mattered t^ hei.
Curiously enough there was
.thine absurd about this Brunn-
hilde singing old favourites from
the (Urns. She possesses a real
re, a voice which even ha*
beauty in its softer moment*, and
her face Is expressive because
die plays no tricks.
In Limchouse Blues she taJtei
i very slow tempo and makes of
t a brooding tragic tale instead of
in id. i chug-chug rhythm num-
ber in her Faster Parade she is
carefree and buoyant that wc
t the itailtr again before our
eyes, and we could nlmosl picture
the bonnet which had played
such havoc with the young im-
press ion a bles.
Vibrant Sincerity
The truth |g thai Miss Garlan
now belter than her material
ThU quality of vibrant sincerity
opens up possibilities which prob-
ibly she. herself, has failed lo
realise. She can command pailm
without being maudlin Bha i
above ihe wailing nonsense of Ihe
rooner who could not sleep a
wink last night and all that sort
>l drivel. In fact she is an artisi
'Nevertheless, she flopped at the
Palladiumbut let n.e hasten lo
add that this is no flgure of
pecch. Retreating backwards for
tie ilrsl time from the barrage of
ipplause. she tripped and sat
lown on the stage with a bump
Her astonishment was greater
than her confusion, and she made
no pretence lhat it was intended.
We saw a brave woman on Mon-
day, but more than that we saw
a woman who hns emerged from
the shadows and lino's that the
public like her as she is, even
more than for what she was.
\Ot Y I 11 rOfftfJM I MLIII at g 30
SIATT wnjjAM BENDIX
GLOBE THEATRE!
"Wbu'i ibnagtari Hj.. ,
sttn iht h^r. >" Mks Rup*M Sffl
'hi ihrf palt Ait (ogfthff fass,
" No. We Ret b*!irr iil*j rhn
iiuaiiAg haifi m this wsaihtr."
asyi Alty. "Look it iht like
down iStre. It' (ro:en ill ovrr.
?pp 'a ''*pi u-ad-
* if n. Ut'i ukc our ilrdgrt
I ;it and then we may be able to
make a tlide on the ice." "Thai'a
'^PP'ifl" iei Rupert. ** I do
ope ihe > *,,!! be :rong snough
In a few minuiei they
-J
iv, pu,hcd off t
for .lown th.
*y >
TODAY 1.1.1 and 8.30 p.m. (Ijist Shows)
LEON ERROL in "GALS INCORPORATED"
CiiAHl.ES BUYER IRENE DUNNE
"WHEN TO-MOKROW COME?"
OPENING TO-MORROW S and 8.30
LOCAL TALENT TOO
JOAN LICORISII
"Trnimae Waltz"
. Hit I M i AS POWERFULLY REAL AND
EMOTION. CRAMMED AS LIFE ITSELF ....
IT'S A MOVIEGOING EXPERIENCE YOU'LL
NEVER FORGET'
IDA lUPINO
SAILY FORREST REEFE BRASSELLE LEO PENN
,^. ELMER CLIFION
< UUNNWnitll
FLASH!
in: i in. i\i: xk n 'si
1ST I'ICTCKES OF THK
1 IFF STORY Of THE "HFJiO OF UATAAN'"!
iENERAl DOUGLAS MacARTIIIR
Openiaa. I'ridsy May 4lh jnd
('.iimnu.ni Ually.
:-- -tilMii: oi DOIIC PlAZA-nowN
!
NIGHTDRESSES $3.91, S4.16. $4.10 & $4.95 |
LADIES VESTS $1.47 & S1.69 |
COTTON VESTS $1.09, S1.31 & $1.55 |
CHILD'S COTTON VESTS 82c 65c, 70c, 79c. 8. 85c.
PANTIES 99?. $1.03. $1.07. $1.13. $1.14. $1.16. $1.32. $1.53
CHILD'S PANTIES 50c. 59c. 68c, 71c. 77c, 97c.
evms m wnnTimis
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ituroi i' in* i
No due*. 171
Hot It. HI
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DIAL 4606
YOUR SHOE STORES
DIAL 4220
I I nugni lame to Ruoolpn. i5i
I a. lhu min na\l aooi Quids i.
I4| lj Trade
i i. Vehibte. (i 93 Jussierv.
M. Usually a potter* product. (3)
ii H* ehansea colour. (4)
.'ij He may carry tbs addllloDa:
eiauae, is)
al. Take rour cnolca. (31
Down
I. except ihi ciue la glien. how can
we write ihe answer T (6)
l. Spin ihe atom. {>
J inientlou 131
\ Funny, but u d.-re cni.f Ufa
trv ( ->. Btrrjr. iil
B Riaett out oi ihla. ib\
i So 1:<* a uae atitiptr. tl
m All aquara ill
in To he atarvd at In thla way tt
not triendiy, |7|
it Such rrifnur- U partly your i
cern. |6| 18, rerred. .
.i- and lake a meaaage. (Jl
20 Foreign coin, <4I
il What* tne rleM word for s
iroup of qualia r (|
ti Fuily-flva mlnutea. i3)
.-^ jSHa .- bjm -,, i .ii,.- urwi
i m r<: ':'
an unio ji Kucui. irj Teo: z.v
lrnltt !* I titeulil*;
p M.nu- .4. hn; 14. R.ri; It. Twi,;
IVOR HADMON
"Monu Lisa"
JOAN BENTHAM
-IF"
IliEDDIE SMALL ""
"Yi.u Can Do No Wronif"
PHYLLIS COLLYMORE
"Silver Dollar"
BRUCE MANN
"IF"
GUEST STARS
JOE (Bop) CLARK
GERALD DAISLEY
Pil 20; House 3: Balcony
18; Boxc-i 60
Tickets o.i Sole Daily
(.1 nlil
MI'S III ill AT LAST!
The Stor>' ol the Kid who wanted to sit on a Queen's Throne!
ST.MITl.Wi AT
EMPIRE THEATRE
TOMOimmV al Jt.lO p.m.
?%&*<* ROirj :>^-
m* oiler
I'-.'I I IIYIIIIXt. FOR
YIH It ItOIH
Al Prices that cannot be repeated
GALVANIZE SHEETS6ft.. 7ft., 8ft. 9fl. 18 ft.
ALUMINUM SHEETS 6ft.. 7ft.. 8ft.. Sft., I0ft
11(1.. 12(1.
IVIHITE SHEETS6ft.. 7ft.. 8ft.. ft., 10ft.
ALUMINUM GUTTERING
RED CEDAR SHINGLES ,
1:1 !'.I I:..... MINERAL SURFACED ROOFING
3ft. Wide
Itiifi Xatr!
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TIH'RSn.W. APRIL 26. 1*51
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PAGE THREE
Sugar Cannot
Be I)e-r aliened
IN BRITAIN
LONDON. April 19
The Food Mini
official reply to L-irj Lyie, have
explained why sugar cannot be
taken off the ration in Britain at
the moment.
Lord Lyle had suggested that
the Food Minuirv would have
available this year from Common-
wealth and home sources 360 GOO
tons more sugar than Is requi-e I
to maintain consumption at tre
present level 0r 2.300,000 tons :
year.
The Food Ministry nitree that
the unratloncd consumption has
i>een estimated at 2.550.OOO but
state that the estimate ,, ba.-crt
upon informalim
date and therefor* subject to -t
wide margin q| error
Room For DinVrmces
These facts are brought to light
by Mr. W Shelton Smith. Director
of Public' Relations. Ministry i>(
Food, in a letter to Ibi I-
'I tines, whm I-.rd Lyles original
statement appcare.) earlier this
month. Mr. Smith says that for
10 y*ar& the Ministry has based its
estimates of sugar available on
quUMttkg which witl actually
come into stock in the I' K
Alendar year. But I
year" of various Commonwealth
ecuatrtaa, including Iho U.K. itsert,
falls into two calendar years
"There is. therefore." says Mr
Smith, 'room for opinion on exactly how much
sugar will be available la any
calendar year "
Higher Stocks
The latest Ministry of f,.oa
estimate is that supplies this year
from ill sources "are likely almost
exactly to cover the requirement';
of the U.K. at current ratij:;
levels together with requirement;
of New Zealand......which, as a
full participant in the Common-
wealth sugar agreement, has I
claim on supplies which amounu
to about 100.000 tons."
The Ministry of Food expect.
moreover, that when sugar is take t
Ofl the ration, manufacturers, dis-
tributors and housewives will
carry higher stocks than they do
mlan indication that the
originally estimated margin ol
.'.SaO.OOU tons may have In be
1,1 ned considerably.
Trinidad Loses
S2iO,UOO A Year
'.III M I 4 MtllHATKS
PORT-OF-SPAIN. April 23
vM .if a proper slip-
abv Trinidad continues to lose
ilSO.000 yearly, declared Captain
K J Barker. Supervisor of the
Campania Venerolana de Navega-
dOn He v. as at the time
attending the taking over by hi*
company of the newly knurl
motor vessel A pure He said
that while Trinidad was lookint
around In an effort to obtain
more US currency, the one sure
way was neglected. This way.
he said, was in having a modern
slipway which could carry large
vessels The last vessel on the
ttsSMJ in Trinidad had earned
Trinidad about $45.0on IS
thgff companies m Vene-
zuela are ouly too willing to send
Trinidad if the accom-
modation on the slipway could be
had. The >hpwa> m Trinidad
drag built to carry vessels of
1.800 tons but when completed
this was reduced to 800 tons, and
iinally. when put into use. to 800
ions, this being the highest ton-
nage, which It Is estimated could
be carried safely.
Henry, Smith Resign
From Grenada
Nutmeg Board
(.RF.NADA, April 24
M. Henr>. Chairman of the
Nutmeg Iktard and S. H Smith
manor, yesterday both tender.
cd their resignations from the
Board as a result of the Board's
i' letision to transfer the
Kate man whose dismissal was de-
manded by striking worker* last
week, because he slopped a man
arriving 25 minutes late.
Gciry. on intervention, had pro-
posed the suspension of the gale-
man for two weeks, but apparent-
1;- under pressure of a majority.
the Board decided to compromise
b.. the transfer of the gattman.
againsi whom there was not
specific charge of failure to dis-
charge his duties.
The Oldest B.G. Leases
University Land To U.S.
In New World
Chi Urn Inquiry
\djournvd
GEORGETOWN. Apr.l 25.
FCRTHER


M
.
ding th.
RllhlTUMl"
The British Guiana i~. Michael was adjourne*
iiua d- naai coNhidad utfollitli >>-!rici -A*
**. ,j_ h ,l-l,H,A- u.. leaseol S0O acres of forest land in i
WeU,, Hr.rJ;lr?i itMulS" ,n* E"u,l>" Porn'ruon river D.
J7.r*V '"""i.K^ .r,nm- will 0,",ri'-" tp l,SA- ^""ber com
iVLv.1... .1 m "; PS**" '"' U nd Gap st
lelebrate Its fourth centennial on WOOi( mwJ^ .,.,, ',.,
w,..rf*.i ik.i fiat* *.. it Tn<1 "dreement w*i rone; .
bj na>U Order" of the QueVn 'th Ray Berney. PreMd.-n-
Motsser Juana La Loca (the madi. I^"*" .{-.""IT S?1^"*' nSf b??y WM '
daughter of Ferdinand and Isa- tTS.A.. and U. S. Herringion. \ i vhere a post
iwlla. and her son. Emperor '''"'dent of the Inter-State Pi ., por-
CharTc. V. San Marcos was wood Corporation of Orcr.. US.A.
e-tab i'hed just 14 years after The eompanMa propoae to Invel W4
1.imn t fcame a .it.. The only $1,500,000 in the two prcdaett A ti m David Tayloi who -
othei .mversit.e*. on this conti- sawmill and plywood plant will Mi ion to Or A I
nent *hich are near the antiquity et up on a 35 acre sna al Aurora Cato at lha Plil
of So.i Marcus are the University Village. E Coagl
of MfxiiM. founded on September utrmliun roTfe will begin In Jut
21, 1*51, and the I'mvemity at or July, when m.ichiner. and time in January when he m
Saint Thtmtas of Aquinas on the c^ulptnem Mrtl
i*lan know ; u the Dominican Repub otsmtton thev will flnpto] not IB\ Dl X V.
llc^in;..iHur-te*i in 1558 |,.,, than 3*0 lm.il l.d-.ui M d (iW hlgfl gn tnJacUOfl
From its beginning. San Marcos. Technicians will come from :i- Durtnaj lha Olsjhl ..f Ai>ul If On
is located |ust a few blocks \J S.A.. in the initial slan-' bill BOJ I ilgnt .f im
II train local men to take ovt ' day he
The company ami in. fJovi Ol aim '" Di Baylay's Hoapital
ment will build a gi.mt i..adwa> win
through the forest for tranaPM saw his
lion and other piii|He% \m
PIT
from I'i
tnwn l.ii
men an<
i Martin in down-
open to both lay
Dominican student!
is now a eo educational institu-
tun and consists of the Facullit
of Letter* Economics. Ijiw, Com
merdal Science. Pharmacy, Mo
hemi*try. Education. CrMsmlatr)
MadH Science Odontology and
Velerrarian Medicine.
The movement fur the i*t;ii
Hlmu'iit n( the university in IVi.i
wa led by Fray Tomas de San
Martir. one of the outslandin:
represiiitalives of the Domini.a
Order in Fern, and Capt-m ii.>
nnlmo Aliago. one of the Qfiflni 1
CoBjsjitlstadorw who umler ihc
leadership of Francisco Pian\>
overthrew the Inca Empire.
The University was recognize.I
n> a papal chool in a Papal llo I
issued on July 15, 1571 by tl'
Pope.
A si ries of special programme'
conference* and ceremonies wi I
be pi- enteo during this year !
celebr-tion of the University
four-hundredth anmv<
suitable craft will also be utilised D*fi re inquest
for river Ilanafioclatton the-'
^ urnment was need
iiari*. if *iu
ram ved M the i aal maeteai
1 in In tie
toalyat m had nui
7'dad Customs Excise
Guards Want Pay Increase
1!!Srfc s
REDS PLAN CONTINUE "k
FIGHT AGAINST
CHURCH
Red Offices
Attacked
NICE. April 24.
Dressed as parachutists, ann
armed with sub-machine guns a
group of unidentified men at-
tacked Communist party offices
Hen- last night. Three men in the
ere beaten up. One
to hospital.Reuter.
L.A.C. PLANE MAKES
EMERGENCY LANDING
VATICAN CITY. April 24 '*"""" *>"' "> cnMponi.
Vatican quartan said today ihe JOKt of-spain. Apr.l 23.
;.!< ted Confer- Mr Rene Serrao. a member of
-.usied plan< for suppress tht' u*ht Aeroplane Club made
tag the Roman CatboUf Church"" '"ie'^nc>' uinduig at the St.
completelv In the Soviet satellite*Vincent Race course on Saturday
Ml;,. wluic en route to St Lucia in thi-
aircraft Castor of the Aeroplane
At Ihe meeting held in Kars. Cluo Mr Serrao left Piarco foi
bead Boharoia. thay wata repottadSt- Lucia but never reached
U have decided to set uy an in-there. for while on his way he
ternationui body designed to or-encountered bad weather around
gauise and co.ordinnle the Com- the Grenadines. He spent the
aiunlst struggle against religion night in St Vincent and returu-
Renter M to Trinidad via Grenada.
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invading Persians, echoed to the strains of ths Oreak sad American
national anthsms while U 8. Ambauador John B. Psurlfoy planted
an olire treeymbol of peaceon a hillside overlooking Ue pasa.
Xxprtu.
Bevan Puts Labour's
Future In Doubt
(From Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON. April 23.
Principles of Parliamentary democracy were made mani-
fest, but the reputation of Mr. Ik'van and the future of the rmvmred that they ...
Labour Party were left in doubt by a startling speech from back to power.(C.P.)
the resigning Minister made in the House o'. Commons
today. BRITAIN'S FUTURE
Mr. Bevan was given Ihe traditional hearing. He grasped PRIME MINISTER
this as an opportunity to throw his view point very force- CAMBJUIXn, April 2S
fully at the Labour Parly.
The House was crowded fo-
the green occasion. But the Cn-
Don Codkdl U als
Proddir Boshon*
LONDOH ^.
Don CodnU, iinti^ii .tiid Euro
pean light.henvywci^hl chl .
pouoded "ui .,'
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loner ISfS lbs to 181 U
Freddie first lost $420 in lha afti-r
toon for weighing thire pound
ovr Ihe agreed 182.~(C r.i
Australian Elections
Begin Saturday
MELBOURNE. April J5.
Leaders of Australia's political
i. riir. last niaht wound up Ihff
ij.Ho electioneering for Satin
<'uy> general election. Govern-
nent spokesnifn were confident
thit voters would conlinue th-
swing away from Socialism, hum'.
ed In 1MB
Labour spokesmen were Just a^
hcadinc
Harbour Log
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ACCIDENT
SllOltl> ..(!.! .'
h'llv X-lll
rjwnad b) Cyril Atktns ed Chrh
Church and ruivan bj BrtKUor
aii.ins >.i rtvol
denl on Haagati Hall Road srtl
. i..i i p i. ownad b
Three rlousu i ml rtion in
drtvan ba Oswald A]kf*na
Oravag h.ii si I'hiiip
IK*
"Jutla f*w drops
up ooch ncsfr/l"
cry at i ve Party kept as quiet
possibleMr. Churchill maintain-
ing complete silencefor this war
mtra-Sociailst's quarrel. Bevan'*
arguments stormed ir-agnlficenth
fr< m the general to the particular
He opened with the theme thai
democracy can only be protected
from Communism by a renrma-
ment programme Sat strictly in
proportion to the achievement of
social democracy.
lb* '.utiatance of his complaint
pgainst Mr. Attlee and thr Chan*
cellor of thr Exchequer was that
they had been le.l b) the Unite!
States in an armament programme
that could not be achieved
Communist leader Harry I'ol.
UU (tiu, last night prophesle.1 he
will, one day. be Prime Minul'-r
f i_ 4 a* I *"' onp ^ay< * Prime Minislfr
Irl&rrVSnOW AttaCKS ^ Britain, addressing the Uni-
"- Society
Legislature
versity Debatu
Id' laid (hat his becoming
It in.- Minister will take placo
afcrt you die" (C. r.
CA.\AD\ H//./. UCMViT
OVA\ tOft tORCKS
Biaol.
tnmt couiu rtot ex' Mcmeven ami ,,_ "i_. ,j\ TC,' ~ ,]
ouht no, I* allotted. Ho playr.1 d " Ji "jJ-'Jl"^!1
clMiufnlly on ,he ba.i. nil- "3B2* SSf SI *"
Oar O-i. ( ir>i|i.i.d'i
GRENADA. April 2*
Hon. T. A. M.irryshow. mak.
Ing a public appearance in the
Church Hull police meeting last
night as President of the resusci-
tated Grenada Progressive League. OTTAWA. April 25
strongly criticised the legislature's Canada will begin this summer
passnge last week of a Bill to pro- I recruit women for the armed Elmb.ii. a a
hibit the importation of publics, forces and Indications are ihev *'"' l,k;% *
lions deemed of seditious charac- WlU pla> a major role in BCAFS
l.'i. j>uik ".. .i move I'- denj udur unit-
the average West Indian what the Defence Minister Claxton end.>.l
costermongcr bought in bookstalls a month's speculation when h
of England without hindrance. told the House of COBunoi
lso saidthis Bill was more lerday a decision had been taken
ous than the one of general uj recruit women foi rvgulal
seilitlon which has been referred IICAF unJ 'or rescrvr force* (.f
u a Select Committee. He de- the three services (C P )
larod he would do his utmost to
ftect the removal from thi
In Touch with Barbados
Coastal SUtion
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lh*i I
I *hip tnr.ii
iii
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in- a I'lmiMii ". n
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'Phone HM i After buslneM hears
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WITH fHE CORRECT-SHAPE TOOTHBRUSH
rlv R~1n
Joy.ua Tim S S Ada
S NorOmiMHMUIn. % a J
. BaaSlaat, S
Wisdom
^
W.ll... .1
Americanism of the Utbour Party
QraduaU] ta
get a j-rip on the Parliamentary cni
VICKS<
VA-TRO-NOL ,
oiHSO ^ashCS
ccisr -
,vQ
tion.
Uie Party while it is in danger.
But while he wag speaking on
mailers of theory and the brond
aspect of policy, he undoubtedly
had the car of the majority.
Allacks Oailskell
Unions Em-mirage
Macliines
But Aneunn Bevan
nlng( and sometimes
politician. Rancour does not
desperato Th? American printing operative Hu,'n Ciliskell. Chancellor .
"s much ino're effective an i Kx. nequer. In his April 10 Budget
TQ REMAIN. ON JOB
I/)NDON. April 23
A new tic*! has been decreed
for Brltsm's army of middle.aged
ildrly workers, instead of drift.
Jig into retirement at 8ft or later
that will be encouraged to re
main on the job to assist Britain
ti meet her expanding re-arma.
ment and export commitments
T'lis Is the sequel to an appeal
for deferred retiietnent made bv
f the
when a minister makes a speech K'-,,,^ far more" than
aftor his resignation. Bevan mad* rilTn, but d0Ca n"t
some grave efforts . this extra- Thi, T. ^" *n^V hr",tr'
ordinary speech-he made the ,hj Hr,rUhTnu lh" "ndin* "(
5|...ch-1<- r i
Will Make A Bid For
Sit World Records
----------------._ LONDON. April 2.
... Productivity Council. Tliu Brl.Uh >pe.l IM l.i Col
H<- lMlttlr Chancellor of the Exchequer, and .""""".ed claim.-, that American a bid lor nix world record- o
llowed himself to miuecl l"rmllnlf. .In "Pile of it* greater the Salt Lake Flat*. Ulnh, nex
ftll
quite frankly that Gailskell w
guilty of dcceptio
from the National I
to pay for rearmament
That lost the sympathy of thr
Labour Party. A few moments ,,
later, Bevan admitted he himself
had played politics within th.
productivity
the standard in Britain.
One of the reasons for Amer
Is generally below September higher productivity, says the re-
port. Is "The positive approach by
Trade Unions to the question of
iniTcusing output, together wiUi
comparative lack of restrictive
practi.
Rales of Exchange
last three years.

.V .
You get whiter whites, brighter
wfaea >-ou use Rimof
Rinw's rx.i h;rd-working suds
cork through and through e\>cry
article, desning out all the dirt,
so thonsughly yet so gentiy.
ll .(. .iv ivomuch hctter
v.-hen you\i>- kinw in the wssh.
MNSOforqll
your wash /
a-a sea
blnet to get hia way on a nun.- No* only is there no opposition
inor points during the by the American unions to intro-
duction of new machinery or ,
When a mnn rMiim u^m iKp m**hod. but such improvements
vesr. His hearers ask whether hr jj^. ^Twfu irlre^out^
Bl not playmg politic, still iind rwIucp ^^ lni.]udlllR fr^
l n, intake of labour and wage mecn-
Lobour Divided t.ve scheme^.
Labour M.Ps received his '
peech coldly He has committed
'he unpardonable sin of Parlia-
mentary democracy; he has
livlded his party just before an
flection. He has probably brought
he election nearer and has mad'.
t certain at least by the autumn.
But the most powerful impres-
-.on made by the speech of this
man who has so often been reck-
oned as the future Prime Minister
was that he vindicated Parlia-
mentary democracy. He was at
"dds with Mr Attlee He rcsjgnc.1
Government leaders sat on the
front bench and listened In silence
to his renunciations of what T\
regards as -fell out" of socialist
principals. Never has such an un>
repentant, argumentative or such
a disruptive speech been made by
a minister resigning from the
British Cabinet.
But Bevan will still vote Labour;
he will neither leave nor be ex-
pelled from his party There nee*i
be no dissolution or election at
onoe. Feras
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April 26. 'SI
MUSUUSMIOV
. ..
was on, like de-
! een made irom
transportation
?0YCC1 I
|1 0,00(1 "i

Introducing the resolution,
it tl
. of the Govrnm*nl
tnd Ihey
i matter
ply to the
n Officer in fl tot H

oration to the natter, li wag noceenry to
consider whether the amount of money
expended was su gTMl as to make it pos-
Miilr tor tl ifM which would ac-
crue to Barbados to ix- outweighed by the
huge expend '
The (lowrninenl had sent uown Ihe
resolution to the House hut they were
fully aware of the difluultic ol UN ritttft-
lion. Ii would be diseovertd on ;> rough
calculation of the figure* that even if all
the emigrant! worked for the lull duration
of their 12-week contracts and each paid
his third of the return fare, that
ernment would sink g sum of between
$160,000 and $250,000 in the venture. It was
estimated that at least $192,001) would not
I ' was the duty of the
le wh< Iher the scheme would
be undertaken.
The House decided In an unbusiness-
like way that Barbados could not afford to
refute any off avan though
it was costly and no! likely to aXCO I
months' duration. The question which the
House did not decide despite the sperehes
of fcft n 1 Mr. Crawford was
wheoei the expi ndHure was not a meirwxl
of subsidising temporary emigration at the
Kpeosc ol local d< /i lopment. It Is pos-
sible that because ol the short duration of
the employiueni now ofl red then will be
many who will discard 'hen presenl em-
ploymant, edS at and tl"-"
return to Join thi unemployed.
This ha before
I who pointed "Ut in
Bouse that Lh whole seheme wai DJtre-
ly a palliative. It was Mr. Crawford who
And it is that if the
l ernrnertt knew that there was a cer-
i ....... -160,000 and
0,0001 th< intuit It would have been
better to tnn on local
Ich would be of benefH to the
is!,. was spent on the
i toSsJble, to provide
emp I bOUt H.TOO people over a
period ol month Kven after
bl i n ipenl there would
be aometl li to it which would
bevflasting beneflt to the island and which
would mal i l.ulher schemes tor
local employment.
The House would appear to regard emi-
. | litlcal Issue and neither of
the two DM eemed prepared to
m thai temporal} employment which
would cost the island more than it earned,
would lea I inemployment Yet
there is no doubt thai that tact ought to
have 'eon stressed an I Mr. Crawford de-
serves the thanks of the community for
nng it.
Barbadi esnlgraUoB:. It must have
it. Hut the island will only suffer if what
Stlon, but is really tem-
porary employment, should cost the island
approximately 1192,000 for three months'
employment of some 4,000 men.
I omtimi Policies For MACARTHl'R IS DOWN
A Lasting Peaee
>: I I l>RGI
LOAN
1 second objective should be
The free world is fa-.
i..l perhaps IU
hiilanga to m

.. |ood | liquate supply V/f "'' ,Ll
to counteract uv u.Ki ,..lW Mlil..,, nty is to e*in
aggressive move* of communiMr. ..nnlries pnrtielpating in the coin- lhat "^ >"-"-> ''
hen abandonment mon defence against Soviet tm- th,m
We must also establish and ma.'n perialism, It in gratifying '
, just and iMtlnj peace know that a start in the Which endljf cultural f international allocation ..n.l *[" American
ml.....ra among nations su afrti procurement ol material* Is now u .is mutually trade t#ing made it is assanUaL how- n"' '" "' tr" Eu
among i thai : nvide ehannels bo s- *' 0"e of tl
ational
n;ue the idea
lot have what
: t).....-iplt.il-
lo can hardly
compered
r., .'T.i ,ir.-
iptan capital-
k-
Thr pM i'ii'
irld situation atgnod, wherever possible, the re.- nesses In the armour of tl
has not
requires an expression of Uttnrst sponsHiiluy to carry out this raw fro worlds economic poll.;.
lanhiptrom material goal Also, any inlerna- persisung. time-worn altitude of
lad Slates, treat American tional anangement should be Europe^ capitalism,
bufiinesrmen. In the past, many maintained only for the period of In United Slates thi
of us have been most reluctant to the emergency. When that period sttndarda -Ad oik.ng conditions
acecut this reaponaibuity. V> endt, u la imperative Ihatfr** onthe average mr.cnhave shown
have appeared lo be inexperienced market competition b- relnstiUU- constant and re. ...k-blc improvc-
iSSSdluU. behoove, businesamen to .S true. "*
a relaJiv.lv v i nation and '<"lk ,->'1""1 thU ^riod ot rmer" ^^ "re "
to base <: *"ri;' "-',, S" "nch**,1 a "" $m tnd lh*
Rni Jrelv U now maniie** an"" "' 1,,inc' European capit.
tl,B,U,,heUN,tion's"hSSre depend. What will we do then with the -tmodjd eartr
how w,dely.and h.w .wisely "gSXafl-STSSS lee.2 -pSn.b?
Will we have to cut back and ex- treat dange
nlrd. We mu t
my reasons for
trend to social-
emphasis which
ism placea on an
systeRi. Vany
.lislike
think llv
lh
it carriaa out the responsibilities
of leadership. The central point ..... -
'*" Sa aU-1."" B^ ^SKT'lSi'TnS.jSS: ss v,;P,uV
menf
I think that every bus) nt is man
i the United States, and buaineas-
Iree world i
Mi,n an" t I. .-.. 1
Each member of the free world
(tislingutith be-
rhtefc
the few ami capitalism
works for th inany.
weak to
the olher free nations,
The trend ( Kuropesn eastl
i'ii- in i..- been away from
sense of responsibility to the
community I am sure the
morals of the people of Europe
would rise If Uiey eeuld Identify
European mil tlism with
positive rather than a neall
polk*
..cling alone w ,m .. --------
counteract these or to iW ,houid look ahen.l to that futu
attack. ot even the United (,al(, a|)d lflrtvl ovcr (he possl-
States standing alone can be l)(m Qf formuiaUng a programme
powerful enough for self-defense. tha( wou|,( ans,,t in furthering
Acting together, the free nations economic growth and apply the
hv run 1 standards imd pro- Sa)ns made to the common good
duetive ichievcmenui will bring ymil WOuld enable un to minimize
rboul the currently lacking unemployment and to utilize the
balance of power. expanded resources In such a way nr ,,, .,ll these endeavours our lha, lh,v willh*-available to more ilc J,, lllluary battles
'aalc aim muat always rein .in the and more people. r* k i,. ^,..< er.mmuni*m
Mm: The maintenance of peace At the forthcoming Congress of if *m ^ope >;^ "g6
but without sacrifice of treedom. the International Chamber of Communism has J^j^J
&rM question that now Commerce, which will be held In PngBM "2e' *"" ^J
.houid be the ^gJ^SSnny^iS! ESStfSjnSSti
eluding the American representa- policy imist k< i
tives. will discuss such a pro- removal Of tin
* ., Private U.S.
If the free nations of the world 3broa(| a|jo lg a desirable way U
do not succeed in avoiding econo- foilify ^^ xanotnlei and raise
mlc maladjustments if they rail n sinndards of living of foieigi
t., establish an environment in
hich communities can advance
arises .
OgO, or immediate, inter-
national economic policy of the
United Slates?
Development <>( strength at a
rapid pace lo offset the military
power of IhS DatlOOS In the Soviet
orbit should be, I should think,
objective number one. Plans to
do this arc now being carried out
l>y the United States and olher
free nations
I am confident that rapid
. In mind that a
coiiditmns
countries. It hi a most effective
which communities *""*" counter move to the condition!
materially and spiritually -there poviy and oppreaalon.
Is always the danger that the poo- lv.lU. L. TnVe*tmem abroad
pic wilt be driven Into commun- .. Jhv American
- pic wilt be driven Into
rnianu-nt of the non Soviet world I,m. Only by our perfun.ia..vr ,a<_,lv_ of ti,
^,11wiihln short period con wc hope to eontain the ad- '., "'
reate SUBOrlorltj1 of poliu.al. Van.e of the inteiiiationat com
... 'and military trsnsjQi mumst movement.
r part. Such a state of con- Take the example of the Chin- oiner .nauon
d.tions would make the Kremlin ese. The Chinese farmer who has "P**"",
top. look, und listen before em- accepted or even welcomed rom-
barkuiK on ether diversionary munlsm as a relief from UM mis
n -iiovementa. The Weatr.ni cry. oppression, and rorruptii n oi
- to him. The cancellation of debts,
, which was made possible through
'. liquidation of the
w ill bo replaced
11 i.in ii..' .
take bi
At the m..... tune, we >" the to hi
Unite,! Slates must expand our
HMtk enpiieil.v lo suth an
l^il. Will IK' ivpifll. . uKFi.--
oner m boin Uxvs communism will soon bc-
teni ihal
our own people and the people in (,ome a >okc
|ha underdevvloped areas increas- An oconom
ed standards, both material and jasitng peace
moial. that dictatonhtps of any |nr|udc a drive _
kuid are In no positnm to provide, nonal mdes of production and and will suspend their st
Therefore, il stanos lo reason distribution and to Increase for world domination. We
Ihal the fn-e world musl move .hnrply the pro worh In this dirriimii
forward to oxpend its productive ami maehlnai. and io ri*e ibove Ihe probltrns of
rtcIUUes, its OCODOmk strength. A major utep in that direction the day and plan as business
|bj KientlAc ItnowledfpJ, would be to demonstrate the statesmen.
A Pri'-iiew Of The IYsiiviil
LONDON. April 21. 1951.
, 3rd the Kmg will de-
dare it open, and the exhibits
are crowding into the Dome of
Discover) TM Dome is Ihe larg-
span m 'no world s
publicity ofRoar told ma r
iiildfng in the world I:
By D T ROBERTS
It does not seem as big as Si.
Peter's. Probably Ihal is what
encouraged the authorities to let
too much get into ihe Dome 1 am
afraid It gives U impression of
overcrowding. The gallery run-
Otng mUnd half the Dmne >'
dlvidol into two sect ions. Arriv-
ing at the top t-f the stairs the
visitor Is fared with n signpost.
T., the rlgllt he is directed "To
Outer Space" and lo the left he i-.-
dirccted "To the Sky". Then is
sllll much work to bo done. In th.
Invonlli
me he
fcelvod many
County
were too big for his stdt ihova
For instanci. a eollapt-ihle bus
made of rubber. Then there as
n man who wanted to sell him
rainbows. He would put a raln-
]a-i icn days, on The Sky. But how anywhere even across the
Outer Space is almost complete Thames And a metaphysical
and Includes a glimpse of cosmic weather-man WTOW to the Fe.di-
radiatioo and > short course in vni oniee lasl Dacerabai and said ..
practical astronomy. At the far that for an nii-.nelu>ive chai*e arc hnd
-* hx the wsatner laii alkei
ml of outer space, the viffUer ** would lix the weather tl.i- ,.,\kll- i, m ba
will be pleased to nd a moving """imer. The Festival unforlun- ,au8h n, |t,
sialrcaielhaj w,u take him down *2L22&*JBlZ!2- V? .a ^ button I
rtalroass thin will taka him ci<
to Ihe ground floor. In the centPI
of the Dome of Disi ... i i a
t.tem pole and only a tew yards
away is a device for giving lh"
visitor the chin Inuaresstori thai
he Is exploring the Antarctic -
complete with penpaethn pan-
orama of glaciers.
At I preview of the shOWad-
mitte hibitsI had the impression that
and the Unicorn" was the
metaphysical
swered with
ening letter. S
rained conllni
four months.
aiher-man an-
bitter and ihreat-
tice that day it has
ously f"i
BIT NOT OUT
H> OBOBOS MALCOLM Thomson
, ol AT " flamboyant and austere. DouijUs
... sy.trni! MacAnhur is a fiqun- more often manifest
^"V, ****< * Utin than In A.:lo.s.,xon cunt,,, ......
frequent in South America tluin in North.
Other men li\-* or behave Mac Arthur
gives the impression of performing before
nvisible mirror- There is a touch of
Bonaparte about him. a sniff of Caesar.
It is fourteen years since he lasl set fool
n his own democratic country. Before that.
he was brought up in a military home. His
father. General Arthur MacArthur laid the
foundations of the full-blooded MacArthur
literary style He was educated at a military
xhool, watched over by a doting mother, a
igure who may explain much to the probing
psychologist. Then came an endless series
>f military camps
Few men have ever lived so exclusively in
i world dominated by the ideas of hierarchy
ind obedience. But the watchwords of
democracy are equality and dispute. It
io wonder that MacArthur has seemed to
row steadily more remote from the habits
f thought of many ordinary Americans and
nost ordinary British.
HE IS FEARLESS
At the same time, and to some extent for
he same reasons, he has come to gain an
istonishing ascendency over the imagina-
lon of the Japanese, an Asiatic people with
l ral's appetite for aOtrfority. His pro-consula
i'ule in defeated Japan has, however depend-
d on something more than his assumed (or
tatural) despotism.
He has displayed a total physical fearless-
vestment going I "ess which appeals to the Japanese. He has
shown a remarkable imaginative understand-
ng of Japanese psychology.
If there is approval in Britain of President
Truman's act it will cause in Japan a con-
rary and even greater emotion of dismay
did shock. That is something which should
lot be forgotten when MacArthur is Judged
MacArthur has repeatedly and openly
hallenged the civil political authority of the
United States. He has counted on the
patience or the weakness of Truman. He has
either miscalculated or it may well be, has
deliberately courted dismissal.
It should not be assumed that MacArthur,
- Ithough out, is down. If he returns to the
United States after all these years, he will
certainly not be silent. He may speak loud
and often. He has plenty lo say and the
tight to say it. His political ambitions are
patent. And a vast number of Republicans
will BBS in the man who challenged and out-
lined Truman a heaven-sent Presidential
candidate for 1951.
HANDICAPS
Even so, it must be thought that Mac-
Arthur has overpluyed his political hand
Think with how much greater subtlety il
A'otild have been played by, say Eisenhower!
The impatience of MacArthur, his seeming
contempt for democratic susceptibilities,
should not disguise the fact that in some
> spects his political hand was a good one
He found himself fighting a war which
was for two reasons, peculiir and unsatis-
factory.
Nominally the conflict was an undertaking
of the United Nations. One consequence was
that the general had no clearly defined pol-
itical direction.
Another was that lie could not strike back
at the foe in his remoter bases which were on
technically neutral territory. Exactly the
same situation had existed on a smaller scale
in Greece, where it had prolonged the fight-
ng for many months.
MacArthur was expected by some of his
masters to hold the o8th Parallela line
drawn on the map but not on the ground,
txisting as a political figment, not as a mil-
itary reality. He was forbidden lo bomb the
enemy's bases in Manchuria.
Montgomery has said: "Political battles
are the graveyard of generals' reputations."
MacArthur protested loudly. He enlisted
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should certalnlv realize the futility of their effort*
to reform tradi- io undermine ih<" free nations
" nitgle
wiping goggles for molor-cyclist,
worked by a small windmill
strapped above the head are re-
ining of the character and aspir- garded ns revelation of thi
atloni nf the British Common- character ol their Inventor rather
wealth will be a quiet aivl than a lontnl.utinii tn the world's
pleasant OOntTBJt from the IWvr jPOWltdgc. This corner of the
Production pavilion, t^- !>< PiVUlon wil] be dominated by the
motives, and all the rest of the W>'f "nigh- . -ill he rid
IS-year-old Inter**". Th, de- Sl^ggf.&&* with a sjnnft
tismara hava not Msdcetad either horn strapped to it^ hom- to make
SSdSh tUSt STBSSS. v2S fyafTff-.ffjiffliiS
,__~ ,__,_,.^lln. tk.. ithi "Hii I"d with nil ihe lradition.il
SSC for contribuUons to Ulua- ff Jfe S^A^Jf*1
M le Brltiata M.,r tor ecnenbic J^ ^\, ^if^ j*.
. l*' extinguisher as required by the
n "ili" lli.il __ rn,1in,i
Hn
Ogulauons Of the I^>ndon
ril
The highest achievement in thi
corner is the "morale raiser". Thi*
is tn eleetrlcal device to l>e worn
under the lackol which, when re-
quired, will murmur comforting
remarks such as "Well done, old
chap; you're such a brilliant
In* adjusted
Jokeswhen
< pressed. It
la believed sin lo be able to pat
him on the b.iek.
Al this point in my pre
ihe Festival. Mr. r.erald Barry, the
Director-General, arrived;hap-
When painting your properly,
whether it be
a Building
Furniture
Car
The chief Joy of the man who is P> InutUns, |US4 B Uttis anxious
In charge of humour is an exhibit ''lit people it needs." he said
which will be on show, and to "Imagine It with 50.000 people. 12
which he refers as an "electrical days to go"- -looking at his watch
parody". II 15 Ihe smoke-grinding no. 1 mean 11 and a half days '
machine Smoke t| fed in one end, Does Mr. Harry need a moral* support in American public life and among
------nd. and comes out the other rauer. do you think?
lights flush, bUHCrs So wc alk.d back to the nor-
(>rii and the machine mal world, c- t of this fairyland
pie who have w.rk.-d on it nay rrjckles'and purr;, quietly Some where men .:i trucks nre just
it ha been a delight tor the an- gmt aehievemen'a In invention carrying the sand to the seaside
isis. But 1 can testify that they nd induslrv will also he on show A million UckftS have been sold
have not run riot, and this pavilion hererather than in the Dome of In a few days the Festival will
which Is dvalsmed to ravtral some- Discovery. For Instance, ihe self- open
In the process lights flush. bUBCTl
st attracllve pavilion. The peo- hu dlaU ,
Ollt IIH \III.IIS SAY:
leeates th* at UF. I. /*
To r I ill

be pa
that most i'f the members of the
I
areaj v
. ih: sonti ''iless.
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inr. ; hrlvel-
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far loo narrow to develop any pro-
gresi i" eonslructiva rootbap. but
nuui les li' pla>-ei,>
i live seasons put to-
causing
than any olb*
In the three tours to narbado.*.
of which the lecretar) boasted, the
Barbados team was published a
day or two before thi actual
mulch, and put on the Held with-
previous coaching W
Because ihe
i sit back on Ihe pro-
Stl from these tours, they fed they
v < accomplished tMpathing
nonderful.
1th a
n \ y \
Carlton. who
,. a "' ground now have
iru re than U* B A i',\ fuu
Iced playing field and a pavilion.
have more than
the it A F A although Ihey started
ui Cotlymore Ro*-k w iih i tannti
i .- did ii"'' have

i nothing and the public
willing to I iicid io see
but ihe B.A.F A
has Then whv can't '
in tell )-ou a
ii. Bet..
'een blessed with a shert-sighlcd,
nenertew, unenterprising secre
i,.iy. uho hold* ipeetings at the
last possible monie:i* and
i inasa hasty schexlule which
.nines to light n few da
the season commences -aonwtimca
ftet
b Beeauss the main body of
the It.AFA. compnse. ol |mtsoiis
of lethargic and dfilnteiestod dll-
vositions. who make no effort to
rurther lbs Intereeti >( football.
c Her a use the Barbados i'iu-
ket Association arrange the cric-
ket sason when they wish and
for as long us thS) i-h, while
the subsi.i mi as the
D a f A scramble up iru i
ir,i! '. i-.K> and stage hurriedly
( matches
called a football season.
d. Because '< >i
in the
PeoSUll 'bi- -.inie U thargic
abls during
Hie last four or live \ears of ar-
ingmg a tour lo any of Ihe
l
Hie standard would Imp
cause aU players would try to
make the team.
ilerg going to a**
' develop the
rs trying
ic or be
tant be-1
Kut ii is more
n.ge it ofW
id Interesting
he public (bt
i e of phy-
youths who
Are these Inn.
tnd on failin
ilAKA Yoai
to bon
grounds?
Football
can make monej
important (a i I-.
source of haalthy
entertainment ti>
liecausc it offers :
steal aclivit> to
take part ar.d (c) because it offers
a source of inlercoloniat fellow-
rbip among the i
Football is doomed unless the
vr.nnger ami more enterprising
of the n \ Fa
gelber an i e HA FA.
first eleellng a seeietary capable
Of organising anil planning an
ft/active football campaign.
The Pill
;n i- v. ins 'o pun.

tain nucleus In Uv I \ Kj\ 0*1
them out!

TAN
AflksVican newspapers All this was dis-
turbinji in America. Britain and elsewhere.
Many people were reluctant even to con-
template-war with China, and willing to shut
their eyes to war when China insisted on
waging it. Many more believed that gener-
uls should obey their orders and keep their
protests for the seclusioi. of secret telegrams.
REDS' TARGET
The deplorable effect was that MacArthur.
by his methods and his personality, drove
many who are neither Communists nor fel-
! \v travellers into a temporary acquiescence
in certain Communist purposes; for instance
the desire to Rive lo the Communists in the
Kar Eastern war as many strategic advant-
ages as possible.
MacArthur, railing in public against the
limitations imposed on his stiau-gy became a
useful bogy of the Ceimmumsts
"MacArthur" was added to the propagand-
ist jargon of the Cominform as a convenient
portmanteau word to represent "American
Imperialism" bent on the destruction of the
emergent "free forces" of "the New Asia
In net the United Slates Is bent on nothing of
Ihe kind Ever since General Marshall wrote off
I Chiang Kai-shek and his regime as a total loss, the
United States have been willing lo let China evolve
in her own way. MacArthur photographed kissing
tho hand of Mme. Chiang, could be made to give
life lo a very different legend.
When Marshall became Secretary for Defence, it
In uid h.ive I ecu clear thai M.^cArinur's authority
would either be limited or its days would be num-
lered "Only God or Ihe U S. Government." said
MacArthur "can keep mo from fulfilling my mis-
sion." The Government have acted first.
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THUMDAY, \rnil M i HI
BAKHAIMIs \llvu< Ml
I'M.I 111,
Shell Trainees
For Curacao
ana l<-fi Barbados aboul a Fortnight a i
Idn upempVsymeni with u> C S M
ISIulli Co., tanker fleet. Another man is duo 10 V
(than will be lavil\| -hnrtly
'Hurt of Mr. Vornon Kniiihl ot Mmtl DtCotH
Lltl Agents for Hie Oil Campari) in Curacao and the De-
lta Barbodol Evening In I
, itiiaii tha n. Ihautuu, ml n ,n nan
' i., I ........"ii'tf . ..It-i'lav imi'i n rxTremufc- busy
UM in (if Them During the period (hat Mr
."G imal leM* prior lo Savers u conducting the claai
man. IW Hamilton laid that he nwi
Their training courae rxlcndc.1 rititvclf practicallv no real and >'r
over a period of one manthsaJM trfk-ved thai Ml Saver. Had made
s of it 8
etlcal dcmonslra- He hopet that when the time
i 'hen new4 -arm ly
K.K.I- vrrnrvrs yi.o\iu i.oiiii lotiniiKiiiii
Iron 7 ;

other sufficiently'qualified person
' tuthml mfe OUU be available in order to
> 4 p.m. daily with prevent Mi Savers having agam
ift, to suffer the Intolerable pi
ships wore in the har- of wnra whirh this con
mi i i|
' that he appreciated Ihc
kindness of Ihc Harbou
Una ihc- S T |,urd Car,
be r mere In be used as a laboratory
and workshop (or the purpose of
Ihc claw nnd the Laboui I
rionw who eiranged th.it the men
would pi included in Ihc Govern-
ment scheme of Accident ln>ur-
t n ihcy
3 am h
was necessary and worki
111 enrh !..> and till
night
row i /ia/\
Will Colonies
Haw Dtreci
Reprt'sohl sfiof!
IN PRIVY COUNCIL?
>N. April 25,
novtl propoMJ
'real parttripa-
in ihc Commonwealth
Mr. D. W Sayers said thai
pleasure to observ
.hole hearted co-operation
as the engine room crew of thi
Combcrmere Rave by way
i>( the firs. men tailed demonstration to the men
' -Xdvocatr
lion "I i.-
'
1
around mn when Da i
"if b] takttifl
a lot the company
i that
in* wh^^er'e,'D^m'i["Ir'anod
ompany. but in a con- The four men leaving are Gor- SllllHi IH- \\f\l\ I It
-SIE^ ."',*""' ,)OV",0n, X dnn Snd,ford of Bank Hall. Ash. BiPP"i " "" l P
fh.'L'ha,J' Wa,B .n Oxley of Kensington New
"Jnt "! * vtcimty. Boad, George .Union, of R,chmond
labourers for work ,n c.ap and" St Clair Gibbs of Ila.
turacao. Land. Bevklcs Road.
qutntly, skilled an ) -------------_*__
-.icas.
''- ;'- well as r. including
masons and carpentsi The Harrison Unai Af.-ont.m
At Ui.- same tune, young arrlv "
holding the Cambridge fron,
STUDF.NTS of tli-* Barbados Evening Institute (Techl taking a unai u-\
tt.T. Lord Combdrotere yesterday moriting under ike du.- Also seen In the picture i-. Mr Dentoii Sayi~. (bar headed) Penn of Tccln
In.titale.
it flu-liin* up tbe boiler of
r Oeorge Oreeu extreme leit
ical Studios of the Evening
out.
MIXED CARGO
Snipping activities m the
hiirboui i.illv m-
tn,ii:i'il yesterday by Intermit-
lent gbowars <( rain
15 lighters, lojided with
. feed and other cargo, were Kept
>oung arrived here yesterday wdh^rgo ^vvvv^ .w11,1" t^P-i'lin* *hil-
nbridjki mm Umnoo] rncknluig ii-a h* 1Jln rel1 SWPS m Carlisle
School Ccrtill.-atc were also ie- baM nt. nJtSL. r,,,Jh .? ,l">' a,lri schooners m the l ai.-. n-
for training ,n laboratory HR ^KS^l"'^ f* '.....* attber .
'oaP; haXar^S e3 g hr ^f"*
ean he said mat very Her agent! are Messrs. Da Costa na!th battened down.
had be* n taken on (or A- Co ltd i ...
the ntonm but there -________________ Aftei mldda,. the .an. held
had bean a Heady and limited x, _, .. up and the waterfront waa bus,
ii.imi- n on tar work '" The Court 01 Ordinary "KIU" Alm "" "erth
HLes. Co. Pass Resolution For
of do- ~
$440,000 To Assist
In Emigration
YESTFRDAY
The Lriiisliilive Council met at 12 imon \eslrnln\ anil in a
sevsion (hat ended at 1.15 p.m.. pa\scd u r*suliiitoii |gf ilu-
sum of S1I0.IHH) t*. assist in the emipratiun of lahmirers in
the U.S.A.
The Council als<> concurred in a rasolution Axing the rate
payable to produci'r and i.ite *f lax pa\ ihlc I
Molasses Control ajul Mjikeinn; Board <>ri Fancy Molasses
produced aurmu the crop jresu I960 ">l ..' not li th m ' nperio
The working conditions of th.-
men in Curacao wore excellent 522?
.iinl the 'inne retnuiks were ap-
plicable to the scale ot pay
which was of a considerably
higher Mandard than that in
In addition, the men
. i .mn rate
of exclti
quanea lxx>sie however a u ted '^' nan It
cleau iii.'i allotmentt |
- re always in local
I Ulii I i
said that over 2.000
Hi I from time
to time In Curacao
and in all probability, something
oaen cere -till serving in
the employ of In* eooipan)
the Court of Ordinary yes- majority of which
y Mis Honour the Chief cargo.
Judge, Sir. Allan Colly more, did <* lighters began
ndt admit 'Hn common form tho the feed again, but
wdl of Benjamin Alleyne. kept partly covered with
The matter of the will of Ed- tarpaulins in preparation for
ward Mr l-ean was adjourned, further showers
the
rlfty-fOtU cents g wine gallon in Ihe flrg* iiiMamr g|
and a half cents a wine gallon in the second instance
In moving that the Council eon- .n*l In .waive
r in the passing of the resoluti-n repaid the whole, advance II ^.>>
re handling the .lou'hlr the Colonud Bocrot .-,, that H W I Vt
, -- #JtaV said that the Chief Liaison OflU H Uictcd each w>ck frtio
to unload Washington, had
they were ,hb, Gov,
the
A
Ihe
tton
inn forward t gbij
tier to the Times. Dia-
the idea of tho
Council of Empireori the line.-.
Council ol Europe
ad recently by Capt
(iammans. M P Mr WUIIaOi
Aitken. Ccaiaervatlvej M.P..
wrltea; "Thr u.utivatcd Priv>-
Council Jiving its members
from overseas the right to
i
i i m> d Houae ol Lot i
Capture the Lnutftaatlon ori
many colonia
ban ,,i


gained in the territorial
' ''' "> i' adv..i > ,si ..-n.uiution:
' SUCh Mien
> ill bf Bvailablt to uenellt from
vperieaca In Um uppe
- rial Parlia-
I
tdblUb r UM
iuii offlce at wcsrtninlstei nioh
vouid em ich and lw
'"' "ftUn .......M, h
uld hke lo a*
itrateglcall) economM a|h aim
Mi Aitken ."kv || t*ii- ,.,l th*
altemaUva t um tdtueUori U
i ilura hi which the nnlnalaa
must suffer the painful
* l Bmptra nun ihe Vhonsrj
i p) verty-strtckan k.--
The IWailblllb m UM
lUon in by t km
i- to devUM
l ol I
la loin in the due, ,..
.nt,i iheh affairs"
Ihiniiiiion Status
Dominion status as un vi .iitii counu h
itlvanced ro>inniic ilciclop.
th
I >M di largely
i tei'
"tit.i m t>>i
.
political and
isked whetb. I
>vould
10,000 "Unemployed
Are Registered
81 CCE8SW /. SCHEMA
The scheme had been one Of
Ing success and >fid found
present, steady employ
i ihe past ten years for
of Barbadians. From
The posstbiUUi
kei -. account In Barbados AiUunl aigfielinii are sweepini
u|-plied in repayinett <.f th*' The Cot erval > Party'i I'la,
from 2,000 to 4,00(1 Barbadians < <">t ol his repatriation If he re- l-.r the House of Lords la to mak>
contracts "( employ me: : i .lV.| .,,. efTecllrt b'
for 10 to u weeks from early in twelve woiha, ha would have ra- giving it greater prestige
June with a minimum rate ol | thai any, It W I $24 of The Ma. i ,
ji *5 cents per hour, iiehadnsk- Uw astlmatod cost of hlg repatrla- iK.sed m nesotlaUoni -nil th.
cd for on Immediate reply. tlon from Jamaica to Barbi vemmenl Foui voan
' " ni tB W i o thai heredltan pt nelpli
*'' if U remained pi"- riould h ..i.i. i i.. the .ippomt-
imited Btatsa for .tit ewe* be ,. , ,,i ., -ni,. pean" represanl
ul I eventually repay th-' whole Uva of tUOarenl Interaati In Um
mount of B W I S7'J tlon I ",l h
Itepuv iik'mI l Imes i
The fortnightl} de.iuctioi lscI
ilu- arorkers earnings in UM
i\ were isttmab I leresti In goitaln theea -i.....i
1 ^ I al.......preeeatai vas
|L| ;" .....king,
J5 2u leglriatlng In the I
'ii.ev tin m>( necessarily have to i>
Coata HuiH
Unocr the original scheme foi
temporary work in the llnltad
Stales, tne American Qovernrneni ':ir
had paid all costs of transports
of the workers Since 11MB. Iiov
OVER TEN THOUSAND people have restored with the cver lhe worWers ha(1 ha(l u, ,
F.mployment Agency at Queens Park for emigration. They the seal of then passages from ,;
have all claimed that they ore unemployed. Barbados to the place of imph.-
Of this amount 6,164 are men. This number includes 412 '""'"l *"" Uengpoftadioa
ex-servicemen, whom, the Labour Commissioner said "with J?j\^*,,,mT" !""' '"" E? !""" '
other things equa!. wi.I bo given presence." ^h^b^d^^UU. ^ KTSScTV
The number of unemployed Hon as to the rate of board
men is increasing daily. Some, charges.
names were In the dead
ing ol the scheme. Da register because they did not Transportation
' i Co Lot, as agents for think It wa- worthwhile to renew The cost of the employer to
the Oil Company in Curacao, bad 'In m registration, are now renew- obtain Barbadian workers is now
paid out almost $1,750,000 in ing with the hope of .getting to xactly the some as that to obtain
its to the familiar. Of Um UW I S A when the emi- Jamaican workers. This is he-
men recruited in Barbados. Apart grants are picked for Wisconsin, cause the Barbados Government
from that, several men remitted U.S.A. is ngain proposing to advance the
money direct lo their relatives bv ^in*e 1914. when emigration to cost of transputtation I- '
of bank drafts and that
Qovemment, and hast
Jonwlea to the place of en
ment in America had baa
v a need by the employer,
cost of repatriation of the
from
ploy-
i od-
Th*
irk-

of wages
Oovt
r 'i 'i i
bado ."m, .
ass
eis on tlie satisfactory ,< mpst*
tlon of their contracts had born
met, without reuarnu ibt u s $ or la
employer tlrom the plate of em- s' out of a fi
ploymenl to Jamaica) and by ln* "' u
amount was quits appreciubl
Within ihe last year or so, it
in i thai the men holding
Uia ti'i.'lilications and reuulre-
, company
In Cut i longer be
and as a consequence,
ted to the rep
P 1 M in Curaci
the Government here very greatly
.'.- of Bod.
ing employment for people and
e willing to tram men as

US A
men have
i ntrn -..
bar are
to the
.....M I
been sent there under equivalent".
Includol in this nutn- -The Government proposes
^me men who emigrated recover the amounts uvanesd tor
USA. on more than one transportation to Jamaica,
The largest group for equivalent, from the worke
Its
year was in 1945 when 4.384 deductions will be
wen enttgrateo. The Laboi
Department has handled as man
as 6.000 Barb.idt.in
the I'fcA
Some'df the emigrants returned
home ,md went.'to other places
such as Curncao and Aruba
OUMfl got work locally but there
were still a large number out of
i Government I from Jamaica
to Barbados). In this way |
had cost employers in the Unite I
State, the game foi ihe trans-
}.....:. r,
Jamaicans,
Off To Wisconsin
It apiwared that the nil
wi uld n eeive
li .'
i:s | TJ.Oa
pcen with the Utk I Lord" .
' ' Bl Of Mu-u n;^.-
, ,. "' -'li mattei ol form onli
,w t i. i.i ,, repiesent-h*
f Lord vould ..-..
hv Jhe KltiK l mi.....(
i'i .\ s Couni ii go thai thej wouli
have the nth- of nt H
thus the I'i .. % r. ii,, ,| \,,,Ul
asain ,.s a *," i
'< advise the King on Imperial
III H,l
Of that amount U.S JSB
from the workers wages". e*iuivalei.' of DM OOSt OtUm.m- inK ,M,
.._..-------_ ... .... ... . -The rate uf these trunsporta- porimion t,, Jamaica > would nave st.tt,
KepresentatlorHi were made job?.- They registered again at lion deductions will be $14 (U.S. ' ">e advanced by the Barbad* ,
lo the labour Commissioner, the the Employment Agency in Currency) per fortnight (as in Government. In due course, thi lo , .. ti., B Department of Education, the Queen'l i'ork. iU49 50). plus 25 per cent of the cost ,,f repalnahon from Jamaica. Council were Willing to
llaibour Master and other Gov- Fewer Kmigrqnts ..mount ol earnings in excess of US $36, would also neti to bl the] could
cinmciiiOmcial. Asa result Dr. For ,h(S ^ ,hrpp V(ars h tM (U.S. Currency) in a fort paid by this Govern,., Tbcy would '*" happy if thd
Itrure Hamilton. Principal of Ihe -
Case 01 Negligent
Driving Dismis^-d
\ Hi-tin t a" Pollca M
'1l"l !..... I
bj UM i'" ii i nin I Mdviu.
id. .haig
II | him with nigligent driving of
uie rait on !',
Hi ii <;. B Ew lyn aid UsM
ad st the
nade from the Off To Wisconsin
..orkers' wajtSS to repay UMoa It apiwared that Ihe place of v-'"rk '"" ]- *?*"
advances. The cost of the work amploymssit would i>e Wueonsui "" BtMrantee (
mlsrams In ers' passages from Jamaica to tne and It wa# estimated tha-. the . ( ,' "|l
place of employment ,i the USA. nf IhiiibTiIsIIuii lime ill, elll i I"1 '" *',k' M>
will be advanced by the employer lh 3 Z'|7|* ^ '1"","', "''"'" ,; Properly
and he will also recover the f, VrK' ',w ''U\'Z ,,,- ' aid UuTfl en
aunt advanced by AduelkW ,,!?LT!U-llUJ!i V.J!^ lafled a verj high p I
pie i.. woik In the i b .. Road
They all wanted the Hope waa repr.
W li......H Mbs H.
' i i .ii Hid th.
PV tmiars g, ihe ,.-. U n ul
Westburj Rom
the iiite.iii.ii of Brldgetow]
to ttopoed her car IU
------ ............ -. i.t inn --------------------------------------- jhauihty .if U.S. $72 or It Y> I ">' oi n.u ., ... '
pa gylUbus onl>. a emigrated, in 1949 the repatriation/and other expstisse|a124, ,- ,..,, 1(( (.ath ,,
training or firemen and number had dropped lo 205 ami -.11 be embody... the workers rll),n.fo|C ,r' 4>000 workrr^ -*
> awi last year.U. 100. agreement with the Governor in w uw||-n ,,,, ,, Big Sum Seeded ..... ,|H '"l""
,-,,,. ftre men hid Mi-. K s. Burrewek, Labour Executive Committee and ihe ."iw' .HBS*.JI^SJ. 2 '" V,"M""" ,lirectl" ^
been trained, live of whom bad al. Commissioner, told the Advorale Government propod that the '"""'V'1 !" ',dl,"l"n-.,hff .'".*< ' The sum which was needed was just the motor ear
n her of i
night," Mr. Burro
Thisv
uld rrsull i
conUngani 400*1
shors *if B.
not to retun
by M.
Week.
men
isly
- -t tor Curacao and it was votts/dsj that Ihe men wh
ad that the other four be picked for emigration w
would shortly be despatched. able-bodied unemployed
with a good record.
\/\ U CLASS 'Those who have prev
visited the USA on cmigiaU..
id that it was grntifying to will again have a chance if they
report that a new CUSS for the are now unemployed. The emi-
trainlng of six men to he trained grants will leave for Wisconsin
111 Boon be started on hv chart* red pJanei
I submitted by the com- "It U known lht some sjerb-
"r, who are at present
ill worker shall contribute toward
ill be the cost in proportion to the perick
for which he remains in the USA.
recruitment
,noo B W I $40,000
amount of $100,000 was
As
the real -f The mm which
al i v.i\ big Him t,i add lo then
expom i In on< i
iBted $192,000 They wwn n04
^aMiita ^ovetut
/
(iiK"i Bouquet Fare Powder
. . < >fl>ti)
. . delicataly perfumed
. . clings softly fur huuie
and hour*, giving
that natural w.U look.
act cowote
FO> tl'AT NATURAL VIVID LOOK
acMMSakvaiaiaaisiB
I'lUIXA" ?
L A Y E N A
see
H. 1AS0N 10NES & CO., LTD.-D,.tribu*or..
owev ifcif.v 11'i##.ahi.i-::..
"NOXZEMA"
Youi Paiouros sin t res fhii Medicated Skin (ream
praventi si Nl kn VHih*- tnd Hsah
sfcui (mi.moos
NOXZHMA" ....."i '" '"io\ >our Holidays, oi
\, ;. rhh* at I ot wot !- .i Sunburn
HcmcniK, Hs NOXZ1 M V
I if, me Unai taw
,n rhrea s> ' l ** aad * per l
t>hii
*
BOOKERS (Barbadosj DRUG STORES
Ltd-Broad Street
and ALPHA PHARMACY. Hastings
The actual agreement has not yet provided in the emigration voh m bsfputlsiuil the
pany in C
He was deeply appreciative of
the co-operation and assistance
given by the Government of Bar.
bados through voting the neces-
sary funds lor instruction of the
classes, as well as lo the Labour
Commissioner, the Hsrl
ter, the Director of Education, Dr.
and Mr D W Saver*.
He hoped that UM (raining of
nreeaaa ami triason ould be-
come a regular frahire given
u.idrr ihr SUSplOSO f the lUrbj
da. F.vrni i InsliUite whereb*
mure men v. mild be ..hie lo lind
asseUans mh *>i* tiii tin- >iu-n
tampan* but ilh employer* of
labour asesvtakra.
He yjul tlm the island of Bar-
'.Iob owed a deep debt ol r.rall.
lude to the Shell Company for
inline found employment for
*aeh a large number of men. both
in their retinery and on their
Linker fleet
e Hamilton laid that as
Principal of the Barbados Even-
ing Institute proud
to be in a small degree, associated
with the valuable work which Mr".
Knight had d> : wee
hy that class shouli
not become a regular one He
would,
in n\i< \i. sworn
,'=ed Ml feeling of how
much v M owed to the energy.
... levot
who was, amot.g other things.
:echnical studies for
iiI'.j.-iI iii.-1-i.i ... unemployed
and li i a chance to so to the
II.S A inn every effort Is made
'o ,1-ii't only the genuinely un-
employed men.' Mr Burrowrs
saM
is a Ions one and the prellmln
i>ecn drawn up.
s .. Um oeglnning of this
year a deducttot sm and
half jier rent of the workers'
earnings has been made in mmi
accordance with the new fcjwiai Jainjlll( and /ron,
Security Act of the united States
The deduction of five per rent.
tta UM Blljh llOSi. Accident and
Death Insurance of the WOrtMffl
and for meeting the cost of fhe
spent but
omething
amouni being '
rather i
hud tin
paying .
the Annual Estimates for 1951-52
further mm of $440,000 was
?eded It wa proposed,
possible, in reei i cost of ,IJ"h *
tranBpnrtation both from Barb >lw ||ol, j mm|1(1 m$t ,in! M
smaaad has Osfstdal Baxeelar] t Barbados from the worker, but (he l|Vr him some KaM of the ntliire
period of employment m the of employment the worker* would
United Steles ml hotl be doing There was no putnt In
nable thai to DC do I l-i KCSeHsBg 4.Dili) wurkers .mil the"
British West Indie* Central La- repayment of traru.portation to tad hiding thai after the* were -ml
bour Organisation, which looks place <.r employment, deduction there they did not like the Iral
ZSt*m2?\-??'- -TtfrJ"? .aftet u,e welfare of th*- worfcen would be eme* if ihe> eiaoaMally
- the USA, continues to bo vago* at the rate Of U 9 114 Of * ht.rUr period Ikaa th
tnve already beei
estimated 10 u> |l enolOI II i
cost the HarHad*-v
made." f*>rtnighl plus 2S*& of thi
Any surplus from th.-.- daduc- f earnings in ex<-e', of r S s50
Uooi arould > returned to Um m n fortmph* ";"' ,, .
' : i Lvwt ha^^.n*>t vet ' Government of Barbados in reim- it snoutd tie n
eeive h. tfleU_S-^ e-iiblovrtu-o' service "Fifteen per cent ol even doducUons Brsl BOlll it be having '
be il ..meed by him, '
. i>m* of work the men-wll! si luclloni would be med w,'y .being assisted to act
t hed the mule cart the m
,t swerved t.. the rLpt an
nek the motoi " Vv

- i houi
I I i thai the,
llgence
' thing thai scan
i lbs rlfhi
I l the i
......leounti -i foi nt.ne ni the
had aaee if his eUeri
i. i |, iiied the n
The Pa that th
li iue t-i Um gefoi
Bssdlgenca bj pulling tl
whirh caused the
., to da h < '
1 thu. coming into COflUct wllln
111114,1111 \
IIKItl
iM.ilII \
v in a unit
In new mil ii ml la
*. -
beauty with
ikiuu
HILT0NE BLEACH
ml toni ra
AND No I,Mill Ii I
AS LIGHT Afl YOU LIKE
yOUn as well THY IT
111.TDM i.i i U'H is
AAK.//IS ilttiU STORKS
//AW.W-V/
.%',*,:;,,:,r's*'s.'.*S''.:'*'**.**'.ti'ss>*.'.'.'.
'nirnenl
H,
bow
will
corn an:
lo do.
that die work
'
crops.
>', (l'S
i per hour li
".ige hut so fir
he has not yet received mfeM .
The
eswecfa 'radii to bis account here
Mead Tax of M {US I
I qQmji has si paid bj eeerj
worker on entering Um United
States of America. V
l .ii! tbi^
amount ami dsducti it from his
- '
epay the
by this Oovernment.
KepM>inenl
If o wi I s
fortnight, he v-"
its of U S |14 U
S22 4 U s $19 M .i

expense to er. If hi
were sen I
he would onhj
but Borba'i'.' arould It i
H Hhj thai in U* I

on page
n t
MESSRS. A. S. MYDEN** SONS (9A1BAOCS LTD.,
r.- BOX 403, BWTXJBTOWN, LTARBADOa
I'll).
I
There is a
vrmbm
every type
Figure
Wr have them in Ihr fi.llov. ir-ij Slyln . .
AIXO-GTm Orlton ill I'rarh anil Ul.ilr
...ul Nylmi in IVtirh only. Sires : :t^ to *!*
VAKIATION Cnllon in White unrl I'enili
Sues : 32 tu 111
STRAPLESS IIOI.Ii-TKaiT unrl
M Mill NKTTi: 111 Siitin 111H l.nrc anil
Satin and Nylnn. Sin. : :S2 to 38
Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd,
10, II. 12 t I) Broad Street.


AGE six
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
THURSDAY. APRIL M. 1W1
HENRY
BY CARL ANDERSON
For a radiant ihine
rpilRIR good loot- leD yon they're fust right.
You know, too, when you look at the price
lap, thai vou ran"t Ret liner value. Illustrated
U a Tan Oxford "hoe for Boys and Youth*.
Tied l" -\lt\ pair i the John White Guaran-
tr,- SUl Mthe sign which |MM l just right 7
Look for it in leading stores in Barbados.
made by
JOHN WHITE
means made just right
USUALLY NOW
Tins COCOMALT 133
Tins PLANTERS PEANUTS 96
The quality
Metal Polinh
TO-DAY S NEWS HASH
STACK-A-B YE CHAIRS
Th All Sl**l Arm Chair*
til 50 Each
at
JOHNSONS STATIONERY
AND
HAHinVAKr
MAKK YOUR PARTY
A SUCC FSS
IVtl* CockUil Ch#rrWi
Onion,
FVamil*
Tin* Vn-niu Sntii.Br-
Sot. OUvti
Tir. TomaUH
rirttW
Tomaloe .line*
MlMd Vt>|etablr<
PlittappW
PWhH
! J>11o. He. lie. Mr
Tin. Curtartl J*oiWr
CoIIm
Nwolr
N*ttB.
STUART & SAMPSON
t;
(1938) LTD.
IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit customers for Thursday to Saturday only
USUALLY NOW
Tins GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 24 21 Pkgs MACARONI 35 31
Tins JACOB'S
rill
CRACKERS 171 MS
8tt Bots. GROTSCH BEER 24 IS
D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street
%*,;*.<.**,**'.','***'*'>"'*'*>'**';'*:
ADVOCATE
mi best
hooks i\ TOWN
JUST A FEW TO CHOOSE FROM . .
DEBBY-A Novel by Max Steele
THE CONSUL AT SUNSET
- By Gerald Hanley
MODERN COLONIZATION
- By Harrison Church, Ph. D.
ADVOCATE STATIONERY
%',;',',',',','*','*'*','>'''>''
'*''**'''*''''-''''''**'*''"-'''-*'*-*''-'-"'''*''*'*^^
,S
ask/or^
LUXURY
ILET SOAPS
Ills and
THICK OWNERS
MXSPECTIOX TIME NEED
XOT BE nOHIIYIXK TIME

turn rs FOH-
DUNLOP1LLO BUS SEATS
LIONIDE LEATHERETTE
CARPET MATERIAL
RUBBER MATS
REAR VIEW MIRRORS
6 Si 12 Volt BUZZERS
ROOF LAMP BULBS 1
SOCKETS
ELECTRIC WIRE t FLEX
BATTERY CABLES
ACCESSORY SWITCHES
Flat GALVANISED SHEETS
Hard Gloss WHITE PAINT
for Interior
GREY PAINT for Flooring
SIGNAL RED for Body
HEAT RESISTING BLACK
WHITE LEAD ZINC
MUFFLERS PIPES
KING PIN SETS
DECARBONIZING SETS
BRAKE LINING SETS
FRONT SPRINGS for Ford
& Chevrolet
FIRE EXTINGUISHERS
AND LOTS OF OTHER
ESSENTIALS
ECKSTEIN
Pay Mrrrl


TIM BSD IT APRIL M, 1431
B\KlltnOS ADVOCATE
PACE si \ I N
CLASSIFIED ADS
fiB^HONl 2901
For Birthi. MairUnf or Engagement
announcement! In Cat lb
Charge M t3D0 for an> nun'
BT> W H and S cent, per ward fr ch
additional word. Term* ea-is
Between IM and 4 pea. 1111 foe U.ata.
HeUcea onI alter p m
TM (Mrtt lor ei.no-jneernenta cf
Ulna. MutUm. DnUu. Ae>
ledgmer.ta. and In Mernorum nolica i.
' ec-iaa and |1 M on Sundara
3 MH
r of V.DIW .piH. and
word an d<)i and
rord on Sundai. i^r BaaS
IIOYHIYMIM Mill! IS
ArU'nUon is drawn to Um
'Control o{ Dm* anc
Patent .um pn.j
Order, 1951. No. 7 which
will be published in the Official
Gazette ol Thursday 26th April.
INI.
23rd April. 1951.
26 4.51 In
SHIRTS KOk I'OSTMr.N
Tenders art invited for the
Shirts for
l' .-md Porters fur the Post
Office Department during the
financial year ending on 31 et
March. 1952. [p
Postmen it has been decided !..
JMUC -hirt. Mi the place of Jackets.
Full p.titie\ilars ran M
Iroin the Colonial Postmaster.
In sealed envelopes
addressed to the Colonial Secre-
tary and marked "Taw i
manufactui should
necta ihe Cotoi
Office not later than 12 noon on
Wednesday the 2ml of Kay, I9S1.
2645!In.
TAKE NOTICE
Ideal Mil*
FOII MALE
%i. 11 "i u "ii c*tii*v u-aak T> Null ami
I teaia Ikada^a M k o-eer Ba
vra, j mil a word uMk-i (data a
. -J S.a*--
AtTO.wmVE
I. bli especially foi

ai mi ,,

I ve. good
aim am m
M 4 M4B1
Black Sport. Saloon
laid up through war Kirellent
n. SJfJOOB at neareat oiler Ptuoo
nejr: HU or UM. hIM -4n.
im i ii sales
1*011 RE.vr
I'lIMM MINUS
IMItSO\\l
and IS ce-aa- pr .i'i
bh bsbbw BMrsej H
n'd 11 as o* * a* a* Saadeai * ceaSe Studni *
1 ie* fdaS* Imr .
Il M **-.
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oa, teeeM-daa*


REAL ESTATE
IANTI (ne e.
1ISM aq
r.mla.i.
I kill offer for Mir by public com-
primon .t n> office Victoria htieel an
Friday mn al 1 p m u.aou eauar* fi|
la.VONT adHunWc Oowrn.
nenl Wood*, naa an addit.ci
jQ -. Bnad ai 1 iti. .tv f RV
CXS AVAILABIJ: Dial M;
ARCIIt4l MiKB"N7.1E.
r avai a
HUtSES
NOTICE
CHA.NDO*. 2nd A** Bellevii.e ruil*
urnien.d Available m* I Mis Ina**, -
""> u> appointment phone MM a.
ID I SI ll..
[ranted akould aand
... -a S-..I..r* | H ^
1 -..-,.. -"-. .in.'
D-led Ihi. Mth 4a>
HlehM
- v.rltl.11 a. J
of Ap.ll IMI
HAt fc,.,, lU-luut. uT.(ur-
-m 1 nad-
.-. arMk ri
n.. im. or t Ml ill III
Dail id)-. 14 4 11 ,.,
um.! acsr
1 Balhahaba.
Il'-iiliiu.v
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TAMOUM, pui


NOTICE
Mum NHMOIJ-1 of thr Pjanronl aW.
Falon. Bolton Lanr inlorrna hn < >
ihai har Balon kill or- .-l.ad fni >r
(10m Monday Mlh April lo Monday T!h
1V8I m 91-1
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w KM* 'i .
IMS VI Fore Station
candll^n Apply 3304
a *
:/;
\ pai
at
i ai mini
r nanu' ** U*raoo.
nouaa u bulll ol alonr and >">'
pan |alkrU-a on Iwo atdaa, d<-
d an.mi i.m.. 3 brdroom. wi|n
d Blai. pnlr\ k.trhrn and uiual
FL'KMTIKE
At Halph Brard'a Furni>h|na J|hDV>-
-.,mt Hardwood Allay. MorrU t>pr
Cana and Ruah b>y iluiMa M Plna ani
Birc.1 ttm per pan Afao Kurti Botli.m
L-prlCM Ch.ir. 7i will. Arm. MM and
Roakan Wi aach not (orialtina .
nutnrroua variety of na and aacond
Hand Iimiitura Opan dally. I am lo
an :
...'..
S3 4 ll-n
MECHANICAL
add la etc
OaSTETNBT DUPLICATOruf'-Naw
nodl luat rocaivad A. 8. Brydan *
m tBduai Ud. Phono afll
II49IIJ.n.
NMNH.
1 and -
The ..
'rvanL room, in yard.
application lo In* caie-
ir ; fpjaj
I ba aal lui ula at Pub-
uc Compatitlon al our ..fflo in l..
CARRINUTOK a StAl.Y.
U4.il in.
WA^IIO
I.IQl'OR UCENSE NOTICE
p .ppliemon of Albrt'
Brian No Ml of IMI
..1 ii Neville e am in raaparl
board 4 r

an i
TANdt.lN .ituata al
Baimhaba. and Handing on
pwchaa of land Iharaio,
louiiae. Ihnins Room. II
tadrooma. ChiMtran'i room
larlaa. Kltanan. (Jaraaa BL, .
room. Furniahad or unfurnlahad
For Inapaciion plra^ U 1
Offara lo ba aanl in wrllnuj, to
undenliiird
Yaaiwood a Soyca. Solicitora, J
Strrat. Bridartown II 4 SI
t \i 1 .n s, 10
sra v "
: c/o Advo-
IMJI Ifn
OaaVJI who ajn ,1
aa aoon
TaaMt) m (mm
Laquor |jr>iiaa At M 1
'taiunna* lodfla. Black Rock SI Mkcbael
I Uth dav of Api|| ;W1
1. a M.ixon em
I'llwa M-ai-H'.le Ih.i A
AU4BMT T CLARKE.
Appltcanl
T> Iw ron.id-
al a Laranatnd Couit t.< 1- rM .1
D \ on Mdnda)
i Ith day of Kay IMI '
E A I
H II
Ttiat THE KlBTLal COMPANY im
a coiporalion oraanlrad and ralitiruf
i by viriua ..f tha lawa of the
suta of New Vmk. United
Amerita whou- iraitr or buainaaa addraaa
t IS*. Ea>t 44th Htrrcl. Ktu V. r* CHy,
USA. Manufarturar-, hai applied for
the reBintration of a Had- maik In Part
A of RadUlar In mpacl of ubaUncaa
uaad aa food or a> Inaraoir I
aapacuily product! conlalnm* milk.
and will ba mOtled ln lri.trr the .(<
-flar one monlh frcin Ih. litl, da] f
April IMI unlr.. rafM nar-on (halt In
tha maanllme diva notice In dupl.ala In
ma at my office of opposition of tuch
TdfOatraUon Tha irpda mark ran lie
aaan on application al m* nfflca
Dated Ihia IDlh dav of Anril 1S-.1
II WIT I l\V
SI
TAKE NOTICE
tiMiMI
.1111*
" Thai TtOJ rtaWTI
a rarporatlon oraapucii and
under and by Vlrtua i.l the ! l Ihe
Siata of Naw York. United State, of
America. wh I* IU. Eaal 44Ki Street. New York Citv.
USA. Manufaclurvri. ha. applied for
the reamrBtinn nf a tiade mark in Parl
"A" of Peui-tr-r in ropcet I
used aa food or n- ingredients In f-xid-,
npaclaily pn.dncl. contalnlrul
HAl-ElGH ntCYCLEOna Bor'a Ralelh
rrroaM In anaa)
complele with lock, bell and looli Pike
M'.OB. Ph.ni J4. Oliver Johnaon
____________________________ U la
MISCELLANEOUS
CRICKSFor building or garden alki
J 00 par I0a. Fire Brlcki Appl'
rhe Old Ira Co Prince Wm Henry SI
IS.4 11 -In
1TOVER -Vai.
Ingle. J. 3 and *
rumer. Secure your, be-
in pin < Couiteiv liaiaae
M 4 SIn
YAf-HT Duccanaar IS I keel, acre*
>|ip*ri D-claa*. aecond In
Itoyal lido. Yarhl Club race. F A V
Wllluma. EC Fbcloey. IS.4.SIm
i be floored in Ihe mailer
rtgH IIXFIHIM.N S irRNITURF DF.PT.
***re you will And a large aelectloo
of IJ'iiileum and Congo.eun. l_nnt-
lluit. and Straw Mat." M 4 SISi.
TAKE NOTICE
T- TIIF. NRST1X COMPANY, mr.
. .iporatton organ lied and eaUling
..i. i ..i:.i i mii i.- ..i um bmhj m u i
US* Of 'ew York. United St .t. ti
Anveilcn. wnoae trade or bualna-. addre*.
tl IM. laut. 44th Slraal. New York Clli
if.< luieTi. haa applied fo.
tl* reglatrallon of a trade mark In Pan
A" of R<-gin In reiprcl of aubalanaaa
ill I be entlllrd t
regular I
will be
mlh i
UM
I 14th
re 1.1 rat i on. The Hade
een on application at in;
Dated thu
II WILLIAMS
TAKE NOTICE
i live Mlh day of April. IMI,
me peraon .hall in the meantime
ice in duplleala to me at my
opposition of .uch regnliallon
r- mark ran be aeen on applied-
TAKE NOTICE
NESPRAY*
n
THE NF.-lTlJt COMPANY. INC.
ling
.ii...
Amrrl
York.
, rJM
I ihe law. .
i-iiii.-i --iii.
whoae Iraue or bJiuir a*lrtra
. ISS. Eatt 44th Street. New York Clly.
USA. Manulaeturan. haa applied for
ihe rcgl.trauon of a trada mark In Part
A f Ii
il"iil(.\TI.>V
Untied si
Marina * ...i.i -
e.t. I-afavrlte
i Pan "A" of Beaut"
iry aupplrment containing Vlta-
1. B>. and Niac.n. and will bo
name aftet
. nai,
Ihe Mth I
emeu .hall In Ih- .
n duplrate to me at my
. .
>> i.in be jeen ..n appli-
"fllce
10th dav nf April. IMI.
H wn 1 \ IM
Hc(Li.-r if Trad
iom Ihe d-l- of April.
W 4 Si 3n
TAKE NOTICE
LACTOGEN
lagl.t
irrn on appHralK
Dated Una 10th
..i -. al
y of April IMI.
II "VIUJAMS,
Reglilrar of Trade Mar
TAKE NOTICE
Tl 1
I ANY INC .
rianiaad and aaMling under
Hi tha law* of Ihe S'ate ..f
etew i-i-r, i,ule>t State, of Amer ra.
.
Fj.I. 44th Street.
Manufact -.
of Reat.trr In mi-- I
i food oi n. Incredlcn'. In (
Inllv proo.- ... and will
4 to reBl.ler the Una tl'*-
o-. month from Ihe Mth dfl* of April.
1111 unleu romc peraon aha II In Ih*
rreanllme give MMbM In d. T
at my office nf oppo-ition of such racia-
fi ition The Iradi.' mark can ba aaen on
anan
ir wn
'.::
West Indian & British i
hrbs Ctafta, a. 1
I'ollrrv. Hand blocked Beach- V
wm. ne.-..i .it.on Houae. Si K
: 11-74. ? ,
14.4 81-lM. ||^
That THE NFITTU: COMPANY. INC.
. rorporallon organliad and eilalln.
under and U v irlue of tha law. of in-
Male of New York. United State, o
Ainrrlia. whoae trade or bu.lnn. adore.
In ISS. E**t. 44th Ulreet. New Yoi h til.
USA. Manufaclurera. Haa applied to
the legtatrallon of a Irade mark In Par
A"" of Hitlter In reaped of aubat^nce
aiad aa food or aa ingredient' In foodi
leciall) | -ill be entitled to readier Ihe aame after
on a monm from the Mlh day of Aprl
lit.I. unlra* aome peraon ahall In Ih
(rgi-trntion The
lean on ap; .icalioi
D-led I
iriLLIAMS,
That deairable tv... .1.. ,.M freehold
.l-.llinal.on-. Itnowa ..
*hmr, .Ituale al me junction of Cul
oden and Dalkelth Road., with lh
l. irel The hoioe contain) drawing and
.lining room.-. Ubi..,v kn.iien. both and
lollel downaUlri and up-t.tr.. four
hedruomi lone win.
Two eervanta rooma, garage lor 1 car
:-nd lool room mil bulll ol atonei. , Die
Tha date of -ale will I
lupictlon between 3 pin. and C p.m.
.my day "inn Buj
inant with tha owner Mr Ml c
i oa>.
a. 1 W CLARKE A CO.
s.....Ion
U ^ (M our Oil, e Age II
lo 25 MM*, have kniAdg, i... .
v-otB. ShorUUMad quick and int-lhg^.i ., Ml-B ...
1-rojp.ct. Applv bj HMf c B x.ce
A '" X4 51-Jn
-sis, ANr BAPW IWGtN-
KER wHk ability to mix Moil
at Vnuwledge of tr.iu.niitt,-,.
and receiver) and to be able to tell aa
veil ... engineer radio erhemee Trav..
i niMunitie. Ihroiurnoul Caribbean a-id
Cetural America cai.l Ahiln. i. ,tr
goon bualneaa lellara i.
-niiog lo R D Stewart^
Suiieivi.ina: lavainrer iCanbhea.. Araai
ye ltd Pu Boa MD. Barbeil...
.' I II Bj
ROON
....['. rag
,. ifgj M n .
BM ..-..I
ReQ.nred
M -t,-lv I.
raaali m q,.ict
WoMMng. Bnor*.
quote model ate
Baa jcy.z i
4 SI in
The Colonies
In Con i in oils
Oils Finn
l-ONOON. April 25.
Hesitancy Paturneti to the l^n-
dun stock exchange today and
i IDMJM in domestic isauos
were irretiulnr. K.ulv innriun;
to Qovani-
mem funds and lending industrials
but ji.uns aren taaaljrillj loat in
the abseni w through
this buMin
Mnally fn imn.iily easier on
balance and industrial share
movements were- mainly It)
slightly lower sivill tnginccring
however held firm.
Unmn Castle shippings were ;i
weak teatura with .1 1..
.shillings at 416 with group profit5
howmg a decline A C503,000
it l |.5Tfl Iiowi-vi-i
van incieaor cent
to 10 per cent for tin- m ,i
Oils war* mi Mantl) Brm
with investment luiyii.
tl Imt rubbers were dull.
Press talks of sterling revalu-
ation checked gold shares at the
outset bui prtcea latei n
.viicn Utli talk u..-. diacredMed.
Coppers ofajii faatured with
iseful Main
Reuter.
Rubber Control
KCAI.A LrUMl
April n.
"' ' i .....nra.
menl saiti m .1 v
i;iry npi.v toda] thai the) did not
itnnk than was any need tot nia
rubber market to be aopirhensive
over the Ci.vrrr.: |
itrol on the A
of rubber exports.
iv. <; .. 1 m
Inti rffjra wuh Um
noiouil rubber export ti. .
federation.
In the past. 60 per etnt nf ruh-
tier exports ii.i.i ragraa to llnUun.
tho United States and self govern-
ing members of the Bril
..Ith.
'Sin h exports are not
destinatlonal control A* I
to other couiitm-.. ii is common
I 10 O
munlat t Una, havs In retan
months risen to lavali out oi all
proportion to (hi- 110rirt.1l dnmes-
tic requirements of that country.
As a result less rubber has been
aWmliabla f(* the United Kingdom
and other friendly fXMjnti
slalement added.
Reuter.
Red China Is Not
MoBooVfl Satellite
TORONTO. April 25
Sir Ucncgal H.
nl representative in Hi,
United Nations said here todav
Mt Of our informa.
on. ijipr,. anaa Im],. likelihood"'
i tha ti, :, paople'i itepublic
be4n| ovarthroar* i.v inu-nml
PIXMitlun In a lecture .it Victors I'lovers-
iiiegal said new
China was "m 1 rrtate I 11 tfloa]
!i n modified Communism or
Sofdaum ol its aim .- distant
poal",
appaar fully t.. n ,1 its
..mi .Mi.-pt ibo Paklru] variation 01
Coininunisin. and there 1
nevci been anj qw oj
bringing Chii.i-se Communists into
i.'' he declared
11 inform direction of

*. China w.r not
satellite of Moscow, he said
Reuter.
LONDON, April 25.
Trade negotiations between
and Cuba arc still in pro
gress bul no agreement has yet
been made Mr. T. F. Cook. Under-
Of Slali for the Colo
nies said today. He gave this
written anvwn in the House of
Commons to Colonel Arthur U
Dodds Parker (OOaVkWvatlve)
latsrt member to ask 1
Bra being taken in proto. t thr
Jamaii i'oiom-1
Dodds Parker emphasised that
the Jamaican cigar IndUStn
had already suffered a setback
1 orrtratfUon In sales In
the United Kingdom Hue to the
jhigh rale of duly and tl.
spending power of the Hnli'h
I people
I Anothei CftiurarvataVi Member
.: 0 borlM presseil tin-
indi'a'a Colonial Secretary Mr Jamas
Crifnths for an ..
ti... propoasd asiaanmnl brtwaan
Cuba and the United &ngdorn
would not Ih dnrtlinMntal to thi
pineiipplr. cigar and sugar in.lus
tiu-s .>f Jamall I
In a wiitten n pi Mr. Conk
rnerely recalwd what was said by
DM President nf the Hoard of
Ti.nle on March If. that no
asrcenient would ba mada "ith
Cuba whu h would prejudice the
% riven to f'.iinmnn-
arealtb nigar producers when the
1 SuCai Agree-
n tlated
ited Kin
1 laft, WM lollv aware of
on plneappli i
nnii cigars and was bearing them
nee rraace.1
:
-.1 M or debt.
n m- aaan
ngned by me
' '
s
ua 'U In
I -!
...- ...n> a "i a|
JUBBPORD I^'.o: 1 1
Mat.
JS 4 M
S. Korean Home
Minister Keaigns
Grenada Riois
(Co
II,
TAEGU. April 25.
The South Korean Home ,
l rollowini ,u'
the cxeculion of 1H7 .
aecuaad Ol eollaboratmn with I N"i,i
Communist guerilla':. A (iov- ons
.nl..-. today dpsrn ..f ins
announced thiit a South Korean &
battalion enmmander executed
villager;, alt. t .. uoni ..ry Conn
Martial at Kochang.
Bouthersrt of TSSflU,
After they were Hcnteneiil tin
H.iHaiioii Cinnniniider ordered
his Informaiion oflal I 1 to 1 KSi
fK -'ii on thi- spot 'lie executes!
them individually and butted
Um n". the statement said.
A st.iti'inent IsSUSd Bitsi I in
inquiry into what was called the
"Koehang liuulrnl"
ran sheltering Com
munist gue-illas and Kivm,
f them arms, food and lOftl
Rl ph ing to 'in. -lion about
assent disorders In Grenada, Mr.
tha Secretary of States
1 lollies did not int.inl to
.1
had bean recsdvsd urom
the Labour AdlVSST now m the
W. t Indie When he had returner!
to Britain the Minister would (>
hi a position to am .'.. 1 ll
mi ihe causes of
,\ ll P
stive) put qua
nt Of tin
ival dock]
Concern Over
Colonies
Fxpfessed in Letter to Times
LONDON A.

the I
by COfrSSI I

letter lo Ihe Time* is rh
others todav l.

0B the lines Of tl
Buri i' the
Otlberi UcAll rl 1. ijiuout
roambet sri o '.v..
. 1 1 1 \'ii.'.
some years ago, a
the ci mr
Ihe-iU'tiKil ..'
1 ut the vli of wsl people
thai raowevet di rabl<
the time iiein,
Eu? coiUi inted that
uch a ladarataon srouM i

tho O rnmonweialth "i aotna
its oldest countries
Hatch HM A Snv

,. uld i"' ado]
and la view the Council of tha
1
tlon on which -" rapro
seated the Unlti 1 R
the Dominions and L'l COtonis

. that al I"- tooanl Can
be its CoMOrenes of the A 1
-.1 1 bj 1 1 rsosntative)
of 40 Coninonwealth Parliaments
Banister, Mlnlstei ol B.
i....- m .1 11.....' -. and
hi the British Common
wealth at which i?..
., able to ny thofa Ufdo
pit ei- and fcive you then
V ISB w point In ti '
pthsrina "f Ihe O rnnv
..- am nappj .....i proud lo bo
able (o stand n .1 mound ol
aq lality and slva our t

debated''
McAlllsti 1 1 gpli d that the
Commonwi .iltn Pai llamenuiry
AssocisUon and thi- council which
.. i..ive l-evi
.1 growth ol tha Ii I 10
|. ;m eXpSI itueiit In Vi
.r, in".... i n Parliament
n ( nations Within thi-
mnwnwi -i'iii
"From its modes I bej I
affdod, "i' nss Kariinded n
...
translsUon Into
statutory rights and ol
would only be In line with thi
.1 h '-' i irtat aSnTSSOMI
: .in"
I pair
MAIL NOTICES
US for St Vincent. Grenada. Tim-
..... jnd Brltiat. Guiana fa' the RMS
I-MVY PODNEY will be cloaed al the
" Port OfHce a* under
Regi,tared Mall at 3
REQUIRED
HLsi
rtSI
$50,000.00 loan: secured by
ft on Freehold
property on Frederick St.,
Port-of-Spain Contact
Ycarwoodf. Boye
v ..... M.rtlnWtoe
' Thomaa. VI and
S FORT ASTHI3UIT
General Po,t OtBce
Wowell And
Ramadhin In
Benefit Game
LONDON, April 21
West Indies Test Cricketers
Frank Worrell and Sonny lUmn-
dhin will ploy in a benefit match
for Jack Parker of Surrey on May
The West bull.-; players will be
included in Parker's side to meet
Ihe local club on Mitcham Green
Southeast London.
Parker's Fleven will be com.
pleted by the full Surrey County
side with the exception of Bcr-
"J*1'. Constable and Um k who
will be playing for the M C C
against Essex.
Parker coached in the West
Indiss In 1038M and Ailh
Mae In tyre Sunn and Rngland
wickelkeeper also coached Ih
in 194950
Laurie Fishlock opening bats.
man and Jim Laker off spinnet
toured with Ramadhin
rell on the recent Coinn
tour of IndiaReuter
V/.V/V,V,V,V,'/V '.',-- ,'.', ;
I IHE PARADISE BEAdl :=
CLUB LTD.
The army originally rontine,i
00 poopls
but children under 14. men over
JO. women and girls and a few
others were released. Others
ilrnoht the entire fit mala |
tkNI of Ihe villageWCTS SOfSj Ul
Reuter.
Horse Trouble
Qtad to know how wen
n'll.-l -111 Ol i
,i v.'. rs anj
dumpsd win,i i-. the rviturs of ul
rVhi
decided Has any roflt <
,,ot sine.' 11.i
downt
Mr. W. J. Edwards replied for
the Admitiilty. that it v. |
:. as last monlh. Ihat it.
I a,.-. tha
large flo.itnig dock in Bsnnud
.viuaiid bo retained ha eotitJnuod
use by the Royal Navy
1 -sons had now bOSn Kiv
en for H to be towed to the
United KuiKdom
All seivieeai.le stores not sui
plus to the requirements ol the
Novy had been returned to tin
United Kingdom
Certain surplus medical stoie-
riad bOSn sold 10 tin- King Edwaid
Memorial Hospital. Rerun.d
I H Naval stores and plant
not r.quired by the Navy
sold locally. Remaining small
quantity of itorsa unsasMeOaM
or Impracticable to bring back
vere dumped. No r<>;it equipmen,
had been sent out since the dock
yard started lo close downonly
i; for small rraft
Reuter.
LONDON. April 25.
At a London Airport tonight lbs
CI3.000 race horse Helioscope, so-'
of the famous Darby wlruvti
^tiuggled and kicke,| m
15 people tried in vain to get run-
aboard a plane to fly him lo
Caracas. South Aniein.i
UM several hours thn man
struggled and tried to coax the KEY WEST FLOH1DA. April 25
2 up the special gangway.' commci,1(1i .IrlUver and a
"fferln* grass and fruit Fifloe ..,., ,ulin.ng plaM
feet from the ground. Helioscope
/'/anes Col lido
rron, the ground. Helioscope ,.,,, vcr tlw IH,.J om. 1Tllk-
ed up and lnshed out with hu. from Kcv West and crsshed into
tho .nn tnday. Soon afterwards a
body was found at the
The men held tigntiy on to the
:opcs A veterinary surgeon gave
tl. .....r-,- injections as | i
)iut nf medicine. Then after blind
folding him and rwvsrlna; nil f '"
witii a sack the men go". I
into n box but he lnshed out and
imod It over
Colonel T. C. Irvine said, "u
would be impossible to sand hint
by air BOW after What 1 <
happened. He will have to go by
OSS After .11. trie law owner.-
want a whole hOCM, not half cne '
Helioscope went back to Nc-*
Maiket to wait for a boat.
ReuU-r.
the sea
voman
scene of the crash
Later Pan-American Airways
reported thai a rdur-engi
'i
company Compama Cubans Ii
ivbiti"!'. was overdue on tti
Miami-Hat Bight with 34 pa
MSUJSrt Reuter
Efcdfl Tell Indiaim
To UnileWilli China
HOMHAV A|
Tha todlan Commun
i.i.i- called "ii tin* natioi
ing miliUMis" I., ui
Indian Peopli racy alltei
ith Soviet RuaalS and I I......
CoinuiHiii't. denOunot d
Qovernnteni as antl*dei.....irath
ami antt-popular*' and
should be pus ad
People's Dernocracy on lbs baali
of tha coalition ol all i
anti-fetio.il. B&tl Imp"
the ''.....'i "
In a 4.U0II "funrtaiiii iit:.l pro
the Commun I
bat tin psJi
bun bad d.....
i | .1 line"
The Communist manr-
.i |Q potDi political and aconontii
eui.iiK ip.i'i'ifi" i rogi anuns ti
mi psopla It claims Ih
eonfl itlon of nil htud i
without payment, and natlonallss
r.rlustruil bariki'

Higiilighl of the i
polil | .i"
Withdrawal from th<- (
.i......nd Mend-
ship with Paki-t..
The .iiiiiouiicement dad BOl Ut
dicate the party'., prosa
aetJon k n
Reult r
1./' < brrespondeni]
In Prague Missing


Council Pass
liesoliilion



-.
aim


' week.
:
noon semi a nob

portattsj
'
nl of the A--.

ecrning i
i

nl '.o th. |
! Mnustiv
. i n heanl
,i
Uie Am-
basssdor hotel (his
ii Monday i mini
repot '1'iiv
frosn suge I
* < utter to earn wha:
t ths emigrant
Sum after n-ductions
i: raBr said that he
understood that on previous oc-
sort was
the work would
same nature as before.
U Chandler, 1
ired to him that
Ihe taxpayers of
Harl .. ..! ;., pjy (, the
i *lld afford t0 pay more
week.
"f the opinion that the
lunate was very
with rssssrd taking a
I wevks instead of HI.
they bad made no allow.
. ii. i tor workers saying they did
ni '. like the job and wanted to
return as had happened already
ni uld not, he said, ask

n.,n was neces-
an
HOB a D. L Pile said that In
this instance, the term emigration
Thi | ... i. only -
.. .
nt ,nnt il was not '
the Hue sense of the woid.
pafc)

the note
iinknown
itomobile
ppoarsd but no

1 '

Reuter


U.S. PAPtR BACKS
BEVAN
V. iJaHOfUTON, April 24.
Wsshlactsa r.,.i
IsJ today with Aueunn
(.van's view that the A
Ri srnuunenl ln*osjramoM :
d Britain getting scarce ra
i l Sdltorial said tin
tins** raw
material
ths policy the "product ol
and i.i. k of faith in the Allies."
Renter.
TAKE NOTICE
MILKMAID
i tNi IM' a ...ri-.i-li.vn nrganlred ami e.iatang
, Yort l'in led Stalaa of
1 I r-.l 4411. Slr-et. New V,. CH>.
i I Hi. irgi-oatmn nf a Hade nuuU In Pen
. uaad a* f.d or aa Indreilienl- In food..
I oil! l na aiv.


Hi 1- aert am
v. i IfAl,

pstsoti
f id>pOallli>n of nidi legr,-
n IIIV office.
II WILLIAMS.
ii... i. .. ..f tratfa Marha.
14 4 Itjn
SHIPPING NOTICES
i'i\ ; \i \i -niMii ni v\
/l \l UfSJ I IM-. I.IMITFD
I i iNr.

i
. .
...ii.
ii. i
.,,.,
i
,


i im-;.
D iiitnxii:
niWN HAitHAnoH. it w i
v...1...
InaUnl.
\t U .,,l,l.e." Will
I ...
ii. A mi|
Naval srul st Kni. f
l.ula, 4th May.
B.W I. SCIHMINrR OWN-
ERS ASSOC INC.
T.I.- 4047.
FAIR PRICES '
LONDON Apnl U
"Fair piicei" Male to gun
buyers came into operation tod.
in the Mai | I .
"Fair price" lists a|S bet]
issued to shoppei '. in lp rsduos
Ihe saea n Brims' ol
loeal dealei- !' i will ry,t In
the legal maximum prices A
similar scheme || already in OpCI
aun ni Sinsjaporr A i
'il foi .di kinds of Imported
cigarettes is lo come Into
April 30.-Healer
^M>
StaamAhip Qo.
9c.
MW YORK NKUVICI
I MM. Aiiul
ffln Apni n ... aarbss 'tii Ma*.
NEW Oltl.RANN SERVICE
AleTOA RO n rbad.x lOlh April.
-AI4-OA PATRIOI flarbado. Ith Hj>.
CANADIAN SERVICE
ot rsnoi mi
Raaaa af BOls

A I .. \ i
..ll Kl 111*1(1
ii. Nallfaa
April Mth
Arri.ea B'da.
I"IKI iir.liNAOOTTC-

lUiniltl I HUM LTD. NEW YORK AND tiULF SERVICE.
Ari'I.V:-DA tlOSTA St CO.. LTDCANADIAN SERVICE
PASSAGES TO EUROPE
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PAGK IK.ill
ADVOCATE
THI'KSIIW. XI'Bll. It. 1931
AUSTRALIANS ANXIOUS TO SEE W.I. CRICKETERS
CoUegf \\ in
loot bit/I Game
Iram Empire 12
CollrK<
.
Ion foolhull lil H
day.
The tut i
nine to end with Collci
Then op-
ponent*
ilf. J A
n
v. Mile ( H I Mi. Al-
bOil William*.
Hnrper II
Empire.
College*! goalie
cd the m his mnnj
nv He i
counlcrpart Clarke.
The Gum
With ihe
Blues dcfi i ith Roiil
Empire 1 but im-
medmtel> Clleiie v. on ihe
-ma. hard
to open iheir tearing.
Ten minute* later they *ol their
first urc**s when O W. Smith U
tilre fui ward |iot the 1
he lefi
luke In netting n left foot *hot.
<\ Liege .ir
Coals in the le.l A pi
awarded them fl
his hanilt lo ;i powi
Tudor m ihe pi I
right wing .! A W I
ihe paatto and tcorad to b>
goalie's rmht. The tcore was t en
20.
Mr Alberl Williams nolrhet
the third goal lor College with a
lieautifi'l long distance
pletcly beating the goalie.
Empire, who were kept mosllv
on the defensive. DOW I
over for u short while
resulted them go.tl Harpei
their centra forward, k\ past m>
College's backs and un
their goalie with ,1 rail 1
The score was 3I.
Shortly before half |
lege took the score lo 4 I at*
this was still the score at the in-
terval. J A. wnUaa
being intercepted in the pan all
Series Billed \s
"World Championship"
The 9 " much
j Australian loot In far-
ina 4VgRI iinfi.in- with thaii players.
0 batanian, '' worrall.
- .'. in Rimiflhin and VrI Lyall Rowa,
lieiili-r 1 enl fr-.ni \l< I

11 pti< n

: I a Its p
No Brt dmin
. .n ertckM 1
rani show.
ing of its Test learn in the recent iv
d Test scries against Eng-
land has caused some critics here
uprarnacy

u ami the m
I ..is had to play
! without
Br adman.
untry. with the

-led Australia^
the UUe
plona, unlil the If.C.C
-. lan were
far from Invtncfbal
It la quite obvious lhal .
haul" of candidate?, Ii r.< I
fore NM !'
meet iba ranownad Waal Indian:.
summer. Tin
being hilled here aj
championship of the world."
Australia retained the ashes
i inland, hut .1 mrvai oi
matches shows hoe
tine of the biggest up*"'*
neket history mold I
cut rao.
England was blighted with bad
luck. After losing the tos. In 111
OI'IMIMMS
K MILLER
Gtfdner Will Not
Flghl (hi Mbaj 22
J?tu I?., < ;.::: \ *>***
shot with in left foot to the rlsjh'
of a motionless goalie.
Second Half
The pame was nlmost umvenl
fui trier rasumpUon Tim tun.
College was dawn in the Knipn.
nren and then Empire would laki
over, but some I
fore the score 'hanged.
However, few mil uti
the end of Ihe game. Empire go;
in another goal.
Brewster, playing at inside left
for Empire, anally not pa i u
of the ball altar (1 melee in th.
College goal area and scored into
an empty goal. Al close or piny
ihe score was 41 In
College.
The teams were :-
College: Itoach
LONDON. April 2.'.
Jsrk Oaranar, iinmh and
velahi champion
1 Bi
1 \ weight, si H
ant, the Lnndri' 1:1st Test tt Brisbane, it bimdlei!
Ha the Australians out for 221 only.
waiting t&J longer to make uji io encounter n Brisbane "sticky
I ta-dner*! Injured dog." easily the worst lintllriy piti n
left thumb hag BO! come aJonG in Ihe world. Even men th-..
Id hoped, and it is n> I pearl] pullea lha game out of the
I ready for May 2?.. )irr
"In 1 ho circumstance*. John
. md
1. I
Ad in mi important fight until
roughly fit."
thumb m
'I hurl it again when
Mexican Swimmer
Visiting Barbados
1/. i\ HKOW \ M ST
//>> 11 / m \l
N. April 28.
Ulackpool's ms.de
the FA.
-lie on
Octavo OlKU.n Rod-iKO twenty-sii-ycr-old ItoUcn V'uT^ TftESjR
on h's way homo after attending llic- Pan-Amcricin .... .... , Mtk oici-
pici in Argentina is in Barbados. He is an Lntrmnsll L.mlnu yester-
Mnfei on the Rio Jur.mmto. an Argentine ship at present Jay to limprt M.Bhily .d com-
- ,n Carlisle Hay (uaavo, a member of the Mexi- ^d "' pnln '" "" ""ur"i
;w it fait worse and he had
Iteulrr
polo team was als<> covering
Mexican lewvttloh itntlon JCHTV-ChaniM l 4 (ol which he If
' >'>. and "Ovoi-iotics", j Ip rl
!l- is marrietl gnd has three (hiklitn
He lock pan In several of |l i
i n imet aga i I Brazil.
1 the* US but
I . m any of the Anal game*
His three brothers. Jose. Otih i
o on the
team. Otilio was their chie*
er and Tonatluh brok
tw
wfmminr records,
elre rind 800 I I
Water Polo
r WORRELL
Ihe 1.501

-hi.
Of the water pol- gu.
DU by Arteiitm;i. db
thought there was little tn ehotaa
the Argentine and
i Iguaj teams.
in,line his stay here he has
i al of the local water
in tetlon He Uunkii
h-ii they are below th* standard
ol the Mexican leam. but lit
Ought that our island UMU]
rurta forrtuaablt, Hoa -
i laekeaji properly
organised strategy. PI;-'
Kept the ball too loot: In
Mexico they are taught. "if
wiu'ie not in ; position to shoo*.
right away, get rid of ihr ball.'
Quick passing must be developed
Another feature of their trilning i0**8?.
Is working out different tact"
and moves on a blackboard. Thei
before trying ihem out In
water, they are
i n land to obtai
WINTTORUN IN PARIS
>N. April 24.
Arthur Wint. the Jamaican
holder of the Olympic 400-metre
'tie hi been chosen t,t represent
the University ol London in the
400 and 800 metres In the athle-
tic match against Paris un
In Paris on SundayUreter
W hut's on Todav
urn
111 uu
1 lit 1.ill.
L1NDWALI.
RAMADIIIN
Injuries
From England pOUtl Of Via*
id tboul Uuj tece ITj
t-jiKiana had me game
SOME of the top Ur
AiKtrallnn game*.
expected f> clatb In the forthcoming W.I.
did not help Bnglaikl
.in Htia
It cuter
light latl
i N I
A Modern
/bms Owen*
LOfTOON.
A modern MrtUM Of .'- i
Owens, n .thin New Yorker naiwt
And> Slanlield. Is In
!!'! ii i rowd fui ti *

BtanfleM Will Ih> t memlM-r -f |
Grifnth. Foul small American team running
in the Ihird and Fourtn ..
EngUnds win in Ihe las! Tes.
by p laam that was not exaacteti
l.i prOfl troublesome BttOKUttM
the critic*. Many unkind UUBg
! about tne teiini eiuly i
the tour, some of which may haVf
been deserved. Bui IBM bV
grand leauershlp of rreddie
urown, the leam showed It could
overcome adversities and tight
back.
NEWCASTLE'S EIGHTH
HUP FINAL
teem';
ftn ward Imo U another necessity
GusUivo went on to say thin
what he and hi* brothers knew
about swimming was all due to
tnetr father Gustavo de Hodrigo.
Senior, who was a
iwimmer of Johnn.
md he had swain against him
M) father, he said, has devoted
much of his life to developing
water polo and aquatics in
Mexico.
OUSTAVO d RODRIOO
our /other taught us.
the Rio JuramenU and
arrived here five days ago via
Trinidad
The ship is expected to leave
performed first Barhado* this afternoon.
\ complete per- A,BO on uo*r<' arr thirty
,ed movement gg P0"'^ > **>> "
id lecret signs Mexico.
nine
Gussy May Play
Film Lost
The only unpleasant part <>;
Gustavo's trip was that his movie
Hv Pi;Ti;it DITTOS mmm was stolen while he was
LONDON. April 16. gSSj* .^''worTh^bx!,"
i l ii- (,, ,. Argenuna. It was worth tuout
led by Director Wan Seymour. l5.ooo Argentuie pesos. He also
Mt-p mil on to ihe brilliant "-reen lurf ol Wembley on April lost five rolU of tUm. three oi
JHth tor the F.A. Cup final of 1951, Ihev will he equalhnr i "hich had been used. Howev.-.-
record by their mere appcaennee (;" ",v" "gUJ Uu' P"11" ;i,,,, hav"
II will I* the eighth occasion man. Stan Seymour W **& ^JST'lLt-,. ^ .a.
When Newcastle United,
IX>NDON.
Corpeous" t;.issy Moran. No. I
We7' m die. '"""" fW "' "IWH tennis. I| rx
1,1 peeled in grace B I
again this year.
Offlcials at Wembley plan tt
slage a professional tournament in
July, as part of Ihe Festiv.il i |
Britain sporting eclcbrat
naturally, they want to feature
tn tennis stars.
It is also hoped that .tad.
Kramer and Pancho Segura w.
also compete.
BeeetaJ lllvition n.-kr u.,11
Sea Seoul-. Mill pla>
I.1111., St. Ho* Heoutn al
Uie Mmlrrn Hlffh School
5 tt p m.
I'ick Alrk-Rcvers and Ever-
ton will meet thb> after
1 mil In a I ii-l llivltilon
football match at Ken-
ilniton. This malrh was
to have been played la*!
Salnrdav but wan rt-
pened due to rainS at
p m
Inlrr flub Table TennU at
V M t A.
V M 0 A. ft Foundation
00 p m.
Dverton ta. Hampton
g.M p m.
Kama \. Police 1 N
o m
V M.P V. vs. Fox1.3
p m
Annual General Meetlnr of
the Society fer the Tre
vrntlon of Oueltv tn Anl-
1,1 at w ik.-ti.-ld. White
park 8 is am.
CINEMAS
I >-plr# 1 Tk Thl>4 Un" tJM
OKmnlr -Rathlm IVialr" *i
DlMINM Motion**
(;ib*- 'dais lncoiptS and
"In ., 1m..... I .n"" II"-
INS
POLICE BEAT BDOS
REGIMENT 2515
Full blame .... i:if AUattallan
lump muii ! takan bn Wa bp's-
......mom. Mr. Williams Da While (in London, In aartw """ J''^ ''"* "SS?"
WUllam., Smilh, I' Tudoi rial i... or. II '" '"" " "'' f"" '"""'"
Tudor. 7. Mr vvllli- Id uj They did lull come up K. Ihe l.corl-
Emplre: Clarke, n>, l 1 I iMni -Inmh.id lo which oowi-
Wilaon. Rudder. I> flail., Mon I I 'Ohll twnlMy, who no :.l m In iok counlry ha
' IonIc in"lcam reiu'r^l'*! M. ,',','u PmUe drfoalcd ..
..as contMled un FA Cup rim.1 II .,. hi ...... by a, lie ie 1 A lie luia Ma, '"'"<"" -J!
pnfonnanrc previou-i i., ,,Mi, ror NtweaaUa t>o, lha h MwivE Sd ,.- Sond Division baakatba
Villa nml ouUldi in Ihe 1923--'! lucre lime ,l.v. Th.re iL match which win pliiyeu
1 I Three Final Malml Aaton Villa lucre inn, days. There, h. 1Jillnol .A V|.
. limes ihev have been niccaarfljl NowcaaUa UnHad nave alwaya 'laylor wan in Iheaimy al Ihelitne T,)c PHcc leam playind al hon
'I- i."..-?'. F.,l"!1 f|n.d .'ollf."mcs they bam a rainoua naiw In i bul he chanped into civilian W(,ro Qn loP
llutchin !
Norvillc.
Rahira : Mi II II .
T'DAD will find
NEXT BRANDON CUP
SERIES HARDER
iFrcin <>>ir TORT-OF-SI'AIN. Apnl 23.
The colourful Jamalcaii tct
lennls phiyer. Id n Sturdy, dipn.
at-ing ror nli ikii l>snald
Ltali) tig, ilf, told .1 bii
crowd on Bui
Trinidad would not imi.i
easy next year In Ihe 1V|
Cup senc* II ol
Jamaica takl lha t
pleasant, the lannlt vary good,
and thai Trinidad n
team. Sturdy mada ipaclal
mantlon of Ralph Leajtll, who
had been phiymi; the gaiU
only three raar*. ne
"Lognll whs nhsuliilely OUtttand
ing. Ralph Ciiiai for ('..-.
, .1 I high tribute to the orgi
isation. and so did Bernard Oo
kc on behalf
British 1
read) wail known t.. Brill h accuatorned
rowd 1 panlog baui ian, ai '
si.mil.-id's likcnesi to Si ' '' ""'
.. nit i.nlv m hi n ntli t ' '
tprtntlng hm he nld la be lallure lie ruv
1 has long-Jumped durihaj Ihi "< gforonajr,
over 25 Mt Anini and Burke bul none wat
Dathlng left-hander.
I irutn whom much wat
tat on Ihe
South Afrtoan lour, proved
fchanej playar. Too oflan it wat
left to the 1.11 iln diminutive
Kai eli, lo hall what
mpleic collapse
mm
, WATCHING THt SC0
IV M NAtlllStR-filAV
t
L''.l;.li ot ItJMig >lUt
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Hi be twlow lie 30O0
.... and ihrr.'Iore neMluii

ii liinu. 1; is better lo con

ell ul the Norili-Sout.il
w.mifl ne io>t
y. tlml II both
rea are ju-i br:ow :woo. il
kilvl-able not to go
cut unlil ih ppoonenU| iiave
: ii.r, *i!| havti
ior ttielr ftt
. -1 nai .1
Vletori avi 1
Blnelcpooi will pul them amons
have won ihe
Cup foui un.. Aaton Vlllt and
Blackburn lead lha Arid wftn a
'' each i,
next with 1 v.
fBeM United are
fourth with four.
Win or i
lha New
Uiev have reached Iba Bnal ihi
rnuib.iii. Sin.e tin- c.i ol ;'' '- go .,! igj ... the) ground. Ramu-
war and the resumption of p< Ho knocked .it the door .>t Ihe
lima m-iii ink has been parti Players* entrance and expUUnedl to
nlnrlv true Much of theli r.n.n- 111 that he had come
tome poople might lern 11 U plaj foi Newcealic The dm n-
kieper ilecided thai Fmie WU
lhal doaluuaj m Ihg tramfei rolling his leg; that h,. was 10..
riioj have boughi small to be playtog for Htweatll
told plarers with 1 noquency ti hlmteil up lo ins full
has earned them the title oi "the 'ive feet two Inches and tried
ii..
all through
million doUai teaa
And vet that title
vit null
rewirtnt ,
A Stnr
.....
Keith Miller When I"
Una <>r bowlini I
reeling lhal omathlng wat
happen Bvani
[hal tin wt no railacv in the
B wat tuperb. ,
An-tiaiian bowlers. "ill
-freak" eff-iplnnar, Im k Ivoi 01
tarring and tpead Rgr^ '!
UadwaU, still tale t<. wreat
havo In howling spell, per-
formed well. hut iverton
lellrement from llrst-i 1
ftn bualneai reason* has latl Ihi
ton a big gup 10 nil.

that several Auatrallan erleketan
who have served their count!)
well in poat-v
then beat and that new
lain iual be found
One ease in particular i;
wlcketkeepar Don Till
'ish raportert who saw iiii
1 on Ihe MM '
lour couM not beUevo it wat U o
ume Tailon on lha recei
Tallon ml
tuniiiii ri
throuRl
...ii To raplaea nln 1
...... ,....._.........not Miletly
MM I III AlthouRh IN
n Manager to dfracl them The ham bean frequant participants In
man who held th,. job ..! the l the transfer market, their *-
'"" '"' ' ,l"' ndlture on new man has been
NI-",I" lwl DfTBd hv me unounl i......ved
Mewi ., lub n ------- I .ir-
BoardorD .,,, ,:imi.ooo.
have tn equal share In the tfl
i the tfagglltt*- H thei -
known.
1 MMM Team"
M f the
, 1
They'll I)o It Every Time
! &CEPS SPENDS HOURS
IN HIS 8AX YARD KEEPING
FIT WITH HIS WE'GHT-LIFTING
EQJiPMENT
0 be 1 .. AuttraUa hu n<
rther wlcketkeepet
lear Test itandara it-"
vho officiated In South Africa,
A'as kept out of crickel iiu
season with an injured leg
Youngsters
Austrahn hna two goUDg crick
tten hon, whom much should be
ihe next few year- fikej
are right-hand batam

Burba 'mv \n \
itch md Hi U- played -"" r ,', smallcsi. and ot the
1 grand lighting knock after Aua- iama lime, ctoveraal players In
again. But ihe doorkeeper was
adumnnt and not until the rr
Ol one of Ihe Newcastle Directors.
who knew Frnie. was he tMe :>
get into Ola ground.
Miirkinji MiilthewN
1 lardeti ta k confronting
of the Newcastle pl.ivns
Wembley looks to be lhal lncin>
left-hack Corbett. To him falls
the unk of marking the mbnttabtt
Matthews. If he can hold up
the Hlackpo castle's hopes ol winning ihe FA
Cup lor Ihe fourth time will hr
considerably brighter. lint if he
fails as so many lull-backs hav<
failed before him- -Mortensen. thl
Blackpool centre-forward, will he
ready and willing to lake any ad-
gthara I caaUa laid vintage of the slight suggesiion &
out a transfer tee are Hobbv "'"wiieta; on Ihe turn -h'Playe
Mitchell oultlda-Mt; Frank Bran- "V"* bvf* row-b5,np*1' ",n.njn
tic hall. Joe Harvey. But whatever the result New-
right-half and Captain; and Jack *tle can ** nhr r.'iirbrother, goal-keeiH clever, constructive football Tht
i'hr local plajCrl are oulshie- " ** Blackpool rei.l W
ghl Walker. Inside-right Taylor, hevert in attack and the 10
li l,mal IMayen
II vOU want prool, look at toe
n
Blackpool In the final
Six are lOCBl players. wM
club only Ihi* usual 10 Signing-
on fee The nnlv real big-ruone>
i tej la 1 inoan-bora
..1 I." Whom the;,
laid .ihout 32,000 when signed
1 r-.lt v last tat
had fail"
In Ihe Fifth Tott in M.
.
dathlng rlght-haj 1
ti Jloj de Courcw.
i>oih or New South Walea, "
medium pace Western Auitrasiai
rlH'ii-aiiT 1 ry Pi
-
cricket with a bleu
this year.
These ;
certain to <>ii*t tevi rtl of ti
who hait- ki-|.t AuatraTj
In crieKet tn recenl years.
the First Division; centre-fd
Milhnrn. who began his
an outside-tight, and won an
England 'cap' when 1
Into the leader of the attack, lelt-
hnlf Crowe: and full-backs Cowell
Too Small
An amusing ttory eoncarnl.ig
hal during the war he
was spotted in- .1 Rbwcatl
imi uti itad lo p'-'v ti'i uk
lames'* Park
s-ho are lucky enough to hav
ickets for ihe match may be pro-
dded with more goals than on
I'uallv expect* from mieh an even
U the p A Cup Final
J&R ENRICHED BREAD
tiii: 1 00111 \i 11 n s 1 iiou 1
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The netball match between s
Mlchaart Olrla' and Rrdiston .
Si Miili.i.-I'; Olrlf BchOOl Wl
pottponed oaring to the
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licen tixrtl f..i i
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IO-II/W
fun K.,ev & 4b a.m.
>un Ratii 8 10 p m.
Mum il.asl ((uarler):
April M
l-o-h'.m- b St p m
High Water: 6 58 a m.
7 .w p ta,
VESTFRDAY
.sinrall (Codrington):
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Total for month to veiter-
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Trmprralure (Max): H!*..* F
ti-mpi-raliire (Mini: 73 0 F
Wind DveeUaB! I9 a.m.! B.
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Wind Veli ilv 11 miles per
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niremelrrr 19 a m.) 29.9.
illiml H M*
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