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PACE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE I HII.VS MAY I. 151 He's Off Again . . . Around the World in 30 Days,' Say? QffdS/ Spartan, Dames pi ay to Goalless Draw Worcester Faces Defeat To-day WORCESTER, May 3 South African cricketers completely turned the tablet cm Worcestershire in their opening county match of the tour when at one time they seemed :o be lacing defeat. After Worcestershire had corned their overnight score of 135 for lour to 182 allout this morning. the South Africans lost their first five wickets for 25 runs. But the middle batsmen Van Ryneveld (29). A. Rowan (44) and Mann (49 not out I prevented a complete collapse and the tourists* total reached 117. When Worcestershire batted again they did no better than the early South A fin .ms and by the %  lose had lost six wickets fnr *0. ind were thu* 85 runs ahead —Reuter ON FRIDAY. June I, I am soiling out to report the most falternating r i %  > ,i motoriar thai has COm my way this year. 1 expect to M menth, and te n bid t>v four o' Britain's toughest road drivers !•. motor round the world In so day:, in the new A40 sport* car. They will taka tht route to America bv tvav of the MIddl,. EaM. India and Honolulu, over tin 1 oceana the UHun and the car will travel bj i If things Kto plan thay will BiTlva In Montreal, iiv back t<. Scotland, and niuior down I their itartlng i>olnt nt Londo'i Airport. AuMms arc not only supplyin .ha small sports car and the foui drivers. They are chBrterinf from KX.lt. Airlines adapted. four-enemed Sltj 10 act as flying tender. Non-Slnp Race This round-tho war Id eflori is iiimcd tn prova to tin world wharf %  S expertly driven llntish cur can do when raced non-stop round that world. I shall fly above the Cftf tp ra ooM Ita daaart, |ungM, and seo CfOJllng adventures The audacious plan sprang from a half-crown wager made by Mr. Leonard Lord. Chairman of Austins, with bald but tough Abu Hess, his 51-year-old public r> 1 a lions officer It was shortly after Hess— Hess and tWO Mher the teat of ennuning 10.000 miles into IO.OOO • i saloon A40 JeavOns is u bachelor, served seven year* in the R A.E., lives in Birmingham; ( .ricU-r r.erge CosUes. 48. who. with Alan at Indiana poll* .iveragcd 70.54 miles an hour (or i veil days and nights in an A0 i M '(Mired vehicle* fur DH r the AfisarleaM He is 0 family man (thre r children), proved once more th;i| he ig one lives at Rubery. near llirmingham. of the beat players at tU Bo not one el them on atfe is a Uon In the Island. Ra -as chicken. constantly in position to ward off .tn will work in pan Noire Dame attacks. Lloyd Gill two in the. ear driving and navlplayed very well at centre foi anting, and two resting in the ward for the Dames liana ubove. y^. Nolre Dame, Paul Munde20.000 factory sUff two of ncp „ 0 look „ f ,. w f r ie* best racing mechanics Theso Ihl s rtan n() unfurluL Soccer Results The Spa l-'mdTnier.ca^w^b^wlr; il !& hp >' wenl "**• (ia,| V |n n H m n,B oM orm rhev aril] By along ifftth ma In t !" 1 %  nn|(,0 ?„„ 1 T hc tha plane ,..loted v K 'l. M 1 **>* ****. W.lk.n,..r top pilot Captain J. J. Bak. brought off a few good si Mess decided thai the car and The Game the mother plane should be aM" Tn '* *amc started lo talk together. Arrnnging this Dame defending th haps lua hardest task. A dual. Spartan look thc touch special short-wave set had to be off. Soon after a coiner kick lltted tn the car. was awarded to Notre Dame June Heal Darcy McCotlin. their right Then he had lo get radio winger, took the kick but Coxle,nperaltng permits from each of brought off a good save before thc 16 territories the car will pass Moyd GUI. the Notre Dome through — England. Prance, centre forward, could get his land. Italy, Lebanon, Syria, head to the ball. holds 165 motor hi K records more Jordan, Iraq, Italia. Slain. Guam. Keith Walcott then than anyone clue in the world-Wake Island, Hawaii. USA., the ball from Cadogan had driven 10,000 miles in 10,000 ''anBda (including Newfounda beautiful shot bill Wllkl SPARTAN and Notre Dame played lo a goalless draw in their First Division return football match at Kensington yesterday evening. Th,name was one of the best seen at Kensington for „„„,,, 0| JfJ!?2£h2''i£. il, iron and one of the nicest gales. It was fast from d VJn^U* 1h c Um.Td K,niueginning lo end. a „ m taUotr; Division I. BIBCKDOOI The full backs for both teams played excellently and 0, Artf-nitl I. Fulham I. Portsmouth there were very little to choose between Gibbons (Spartan) I w..iv<-rhampton wandi-r o. and Browne (Notre Dame). Both cleared accurately and N *5 M *"'',•„ „ K .umh.j i -ery rarely conceded a throw-in. "T^'IV ,'" T' „, ?„.?, \ Swindon Town I. Nolls Fore*t £, Newport County 1. Head it v. I. Millwall I. (tie) Accrington Stanley 0, Trattinore Rover. 2. New Brighton 1, Chester 0 Wrexham I, Ilochdale 1. Scottish League DiVLsion A; Motherwell ?, Rolth Rovers 1. Glasgow Charily Cup: First Round. Ringers 2. Celtic I. Other matches: Dundee 4. St Johnstone 0. Manchester United 3. Aberdeen I. (C P.) Coalition Cabinet Atkinson's Selection Criticised Surrey Lead M.C.C. On 1st Innings LONDON. May 3. Close of play scores In Wednesday's llrit class cricket matches. M C C Urst innings all out 62. second Innings S2 for four. Surrey first innings all out 140. (non-county match) Cambridge University first Innings 124 for six. i nin |o bat. Run play, (non-county match). Ox ford University vs. Yorkshiie. (non-county match! no piny possible owing to ntta Hampshire first inninK.11 ou< 203, second innings fll for seven declared. Sussex llrst innings 101 for nine declared. Second Innings 160 for three —iCP) B'dos Friendly Football Association TODAYS IIMII:, Rangers I Penrode at SI Leonard\. Referee: Mr Roben Pun.. Gardner WMHghi Hrion June 5 LONDON, May 3. Jack Gardner. British. European lab Empire heavyweight champion will have his postponed contest with Argentina 1 Cesar Brion at the White City Stadium. London, on June 5. Don Cockell. British, European rnd British Empire light heavyweight champion and Randolpii Turpln, holder of the British and European middleweight lilies, will i ppose American fighters on the same bill. Jack Solomons, the promoter, will cill this programme his "carnival of champions for tha Festival of Britain'' and It will 'akc the place of the Turpin versus LiVC Sands (Australia) British Empire middleweight title fight, which he now hopes to put on m the same Stadium in September Solomons has the names of Ihf •.pponents for Cockell and Turpm but a waiting Tor confirmation before he discloses them— Reulrr. KINGSTON. Jca. May 3 Thc Gleaner's cricket crilic saving Longrield, to-day criticised the Kotra selection of Denis Atkinson on ttai also Wost Indian team savin* th ll wes. Wcsl Indians had come to the conclusion, following the with Notre making performances of Teat ithern Cricket from 1948 to 1DS0, that our cricket teams are being selected not on and sentiment Tommy Down Lawton Turns U.S. Offer MELBOURNE, May 3. The Australian new Coalition Cabinet will meet on May 11 Liberal Prime Minister Menzies and his Deputy. Country Party oasis or mediocrity 1^^,,. Faddcn arc discussing its ornpoaition In tUeir Iwt Cabinet Says Longfteld. "but the selecl'te Country Party ha f Denis Atkinson tus —Reuter. minutes in an AuMin two were in Mr Louis l-int bridge. Birmingham, office. Half-crown Bot Lord said he bud been struck wilh an idea whil,. driving to his office that inornmK—the rOUnd1he world bid. 'Til bei you there land). The total route i was in position and The Notre Dame rorwarc .olves trayellwent Into the attack and Mandi ig a dally average of l noo V illo received a long LS ich one-thlrd Will be Iook nard 5not K fl *;, ni m uround but the ball was divertei by one of the Spartan Uack: Notre Da overland and two-thirds bv %  roartng Across thc Syrian and Ari/on'i vided rude awakening. H remind* us thil the customs of the South still persist in the midst of our received world of acclaim. What explariand too.* ll n can the Selectors give for the hclusion 0 f this undoubtedly nediocre player? It is not (air to Atkinson. t 0 be persistently pitchforked into company which lb is something you can't do/' he deserta the car will travel In the th * ., „ a said. 'ill blast of June heat, so it will '? P h( '^iV said. "What is that?" asked Ram Lord replied: "I'll bet you half a dollar you can't drive round the world In 30 day Hess accepted The car ru> chose is the first open-bodied model on the famous A40 chassis. It sells abroad for under £600. As his team he chose:— he docs not belong. The inclusioi of Guillen for Binns might have shocked many, and to a lesser degree that of Prior Jones, but ne again attacked while ihere Is a ready explanation goal. Archer, their for the selections of both, there is be ntted with a while hood to f 1 *^ 1 J" ,\ cenlrPd beautifully certainly none for the Atkinson throw oR the sun's ravs In Jg Freddie Daniel, thetr left blunder. India the drivers expect to meet *mer who ran into the centre t .1nviisooni. forward poaition, railed to time "This ^ undoubtedly a deliberate The start : 11 a.m. from I/mlne r,a nm mlskicked. insult to the intelligence of the don Airport on Friday. June I. Miwd Opportunity Wesl Indian cricket public, and the The car will nose its way through Cadogan later got hold of the utility of our Australian opKingston down to Mansion. Kent unll and beat through the Notre P"" ""' twhere special RAT permission Dame halves. He took n shoT Bit Ssjaadron Leader Ralph 'ind to be granted) for flight t? from outside the area but ag-in Sleigh. 3y. who in an Austin made Paris. >ag Wilkinson was in position and the fastest-ever run from Britain And If nil goes well, within i saved. The next person to li\ to the Cape. Sleiah is a paint month it will be on the road out Wilkinson w s Tom Hcccc man, is married, has n child live-, nom Prestwtck in Ayrshire speed, u right wing for Sinrtan It, near Ipswich. Ing through the rught to London aent f n \ *£ Iv '"founder frTeller me.-hir.le It ,, n Id A ,JK iid not get over the ball properly tfhd It went high over the cross Both lnglleld and Lawrence Roberts, Gleaner'* Sporti Editor. find it impossible to understand the selection of Guillen over Blnns Trim over Goodndge, and Jones f Johns>uv lar. When the second half was only few minutes old Walcott ran TAX CLAIMS MAY MAlKE TURPIN SHY OF ROBINSON (By GKORGF. WI1IT1M,) tllh y0ung m n| Wlll b,. „.., ,.„ At last there hai arnv.i|>er-tax brackets oner his opponent ol whom Randolph Turmeetings with Brown, de Bruin through and centred from tr S ri. the highest explosive m Brit;,,,,( Sands Any further activities right wing There were, however. boxing, is mortally afraid, ,, the current financial year would no Spartan forwards in position It is not Hilly Brown, Of UM pul blm in the same predicament 10 score and Wilkinson saved USA Vbom be ngftta at Bto> that used to worry Bruce Woodea.lly. mlngham nexl Monday, It is not cock and Kredriv Mill' Ihe senseI" this half Spartan did most Dutchman Jan de llrum. his oppo \ tnt problem of taking pi.nrhes for f ,he attacking for the first ii.ri'. ..: Coventry QII May n, sole benefit of Ihe Inn 'I*en minutes. Thei Is it Australia's Dave Sat.i: i i |. IP ( ( itevenue. >'ere constantly going d rt-hom he will attempt to take the — Rrovrne and Straugnri Mills and Woodcock, aided by ,r „il w p atlack rmurt acccunUmts, solvod then Miflicullifs legitimatelj after ,,nisultatlon with the lax-gathers I kind of compromise is (Or Randolph Turpin if U) see him lighting lor a world title in London iii ini. I deal risks of arguing the < LONDON. May 3. Tommy lAwton, famous England and Notts ccunty centre-forward turne" i "' a mei •••• Empire mi< ""••:• •" %  "•" 3Ur£?£%X£&£££r "' -"i.. Notre Dame tried hard in the List few minutes to score ihr winning KOOI but when RoftPH Snyers blew off. the cam.%  # %  till gOJlllCSS. The teams were as follows: Notre Dame WtlWnson Browne. Stiaughn. L. Daniel. Capt., Arrher. Mandevllle. McCol Un, Gill. Pan-is. r. Daniel utn) I ask," says Randolph), Ihen the promotional machinery of Jacu Solomnm will unmedl geared for a world title figh: jK-ms: Roblnaoti BUI breakcr% uhead. Title Fight in Lie Summer Solomon's idea is EOT UM world Spartan: Cozier. Gibbons. leep in the Turpin household. Randolphs quhrtl] expresed J5?**^! d j !" d ''"" ( '-' l, "k-" that the mighty Ray has * M U-en hit by n middleith a real hung in his His own hands, he thinks, might be able to make things u*S !" SL f •*


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FRIDAY, MAY 4. 1951 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAf.F THREE ••Looking At Pictures" / 1 XOSCAPE PAINTING Ail and Exhibitions Officer. British Cow %  neend of hir lectures "Looking at Pictures" at the Museum this week. The subject of the lecture was Landscape m art. Mr. Harrison said that landscape like the portrait made its tirst appearance in art in the votive paintings of the Madonna and the Saints in the background — ———' Landscape was not painted fot r-U'U*.- A _• ItaaU but was dra*aed in as part l.llllumi & ATI n paVMM com""': From Great Britain %  AXfl'RT %  J.OIMI ou norii landscape alone would have ..cpear.,! as extraordinary as Ihe j^. „„.„„, >n d. uuAll l^ii.'STT? —rtTirt i.' ""reduction u IM Ixhibilion or ,ijr„J !" „-..,.hTjuh,^! ,Y CMkUW. Art from Brilai.i the type ol 1 subject fashionable **iSSi with purchasers. In many caw the artist depicted jn the barkKround his home town, vtllatcc or countryside II HI i.iii Barkground Mr. Harrison compered a EuroMr. Harrison compared a turn,._,„,„ ' *,.*••..•. .,„... .. Though the art of child* may reflect the peculiarities o(| their environment and mode of life, il has nowhere any ipecifirally national character The •nlld expresses universal charac Tel Holy "F.imlly into Egypt painting of the same subject .-i Huitian painter in the Cathadnl at Port-au-Prince The Haitian pajntar had drpictci what at flr* *eemed to him lranffc. following the mule of the Holy Famil; .mi academic prejudices. It folio that to those visitors who arc familiar with the art of the i-mliluMi nf their own countries. thete drawings from Great Britain will not strike any THE COMMITTEE for the 2.000 year* celebration of Pans offered Exchange a banquet for 2.000 old poor people Picture -how. \ltbe pistes to the banqa#t.--Erpri'*<. il tbe Otand Hall of tbe Stork •falters and waitresses carrylni i What Will Become Of nd i^The Coleridge Grounds By H. O. HUSBANDS second mule m which were """riling note of originally It strapped three brightly coloured %  not in the nature of the child chairs. During hts travel* II >* original but only to express Haiti he met n family of peasants directly its own individuality; th moving house and there strapped Indreidtnrilty of u lastna an. tu the back of u mule were chairs feeling being, but not the originresembling those depicted in the nlity of a thinking and InvttlUni Cathedral The aftlat had Introbeing. Il is an ia.porl.iiil distuic duced a Haitian background tolion, nnd we know now that th< his painting as European nrtists faults of the old methods of teachhad done long ago Ing art were due to this false Imaghiarv landscape htaa. The child w.is cniled upon aS^Js^si ';:.'"• ^ u ?n^r^ .i CT ^rris % ,. 0 „ s m^**, * .. P ,„ ,„. -*** %  .*.. * „ landscape to the votive platan pre-adoleecent rag* of men..-l • lk •,*• *•. %  "<• > ">%  <£ %  >*"* "••£ Breughel taveated a numb.-, ..( .l.-volopment. tension will surely uattracted No club has been occupyini !. 11 , ,..-.....J-inc. H, ->y what seems lo be a row of pinl lhes~ (rounds (or quite a while. Kk2TSp^bJS.WdSS. Aim is Enjoyment cubB ivin entirei, to a pen* ami with those built up an imaginary The new methods which have landscape en Ins studio table from met with *uch success do not whuh ru painted. Laooanlo da LMcaaaarUy exclude observation .-..nimended the :.ludy %  and analysts—there are floweri poa <-f damp patches r studies and landscape sketches walls until mountalni.. rocks and the present exhibition inglned. reveal quite exlraordinar>' powers %  torfalta could ba Leonardo's landscapes almost wholly imaelnai-y: nowhere new methods is to secure at all In nature within reach of the coiw the child's enjoyment of ? ortist did such land-capes exist, .hi., uinntie activity which is the This school of linaginurv landhandling of .. pencil or brush and sca(;e thoughl in term' of sy nlh( oxilo,!alion of colours. Thi; boh. fiiaham_ Sutherland, the ^ ly ^ do ^ pJl^apiM the the school boys, Hie rehponsibility .r you were u follow up your 0 f keeping them turn nnd In a curiosity, you will llivd ..ut that ton dition suit.ible for games. If you were viewing, in th.dUMnct. >teps ore not taken in the near the new Coleridge School new f„| Urf lo make use of the ground* which Doufos, st IVter. which is well whon the school Js transferred. on Its way to completem deterioration of the grounds will contemn, rj BnflU h paJnaar. i ^.vity t.. becorat aa Instm'tivc !" > a SZJLJS^LaSS :i duct defendant f thN -hool i „ t ^.f,t, il t _-.„; „ ,* P „ them a fine—though smal—pay Coleridge Schbd will be rather small ntui anII may not be thought advisable tique looking editice at the Reeto convert the grounds into a lory HHl. St Peter. tt< OCeupy pulilic playing tle'd. Then antnis new school, which has lieen other wcrth while alternative built on modern English plans. tould be for sofre cricket club They will be leaving behind to rent the ground uiv landscape Another 1> landscape %  -,h "*•" potential!!,.-., n. prlndpal T3LFSS!**' SSSS?^?. !" S iluchurch. A|.:,.t from the Si "„;,'" ,„;,,! £• "' '"-''-her t mmm su8SSm^SnSi m. !" ;' fhooi;. U. ol Ih.round., club, itii natura uwn ana '" native. Wha! is before all fAJi; %  ,„„.,*, have in Ihe past rented K'ound* ear y pamu-r. wmbTta ." %  necesK,,., I, lo ccMla an almo, b ~ n •"""—" ,„,„ „„. „,.,,',„ „, „,e par!*. "r ii.. 1 il,, V-5Tle Lul hii pnr "' whi wi '"*"" ""• chlld M n >' "' ,h paridiioner, ol SI. The Leeward Cricket club (Sec...,...V,..,i, ,..!.,. 'XihZ !" ;,! to exteriortie Ihe rich and vivid peter arc anxiously looklnj lorund DivuHoii) were the flrM rent:' % %  ,e '1u? InS. Ihem ari maim"">'rv In IU mind. Thl, ward lo the occupying ol the new en of the ground, and they had involve*, in il; positive aspect, school. But, they are at the same the monopoly of them for quite j „. ,,, ,,, ,.| "" %  "cation of .elf-.-onll.le.He in |i, IIP wondering what will become numlier of yeara. ih.i based on I the.hl!.l ; i.ui itie.e Ig a nefaUve. of the ground* and the m I conception ..I Ilu '", %  '"1 ,, •', preventive aapec; r..„m, which ara now in uaa. ,„ -.,,,1.1 uln. I%  .-... InBu. whjrti call, for even greale, skill Queallon. lueh as "will we ae. .-,... i i„.i. Roman ruin '"t In " teacher. The ,„o,icricket, foolb-ill. athletl, Claude le l/irrain Minted picehlld i. nn Imitative animal, anil s porl-, .ind oniny lures nf Imaginary aorta and Ple* up with Incredible ease. t nc e grounds, o lawns I ,.-..,,. Ideaa. ,lv ;, ny uliosyncra.ies which allowed to run to Gradual!, IhU Kboal at panning the li a gta r M an ani.t. may post„ place just fit ror me rearing „-,'.--:%  •" 3—SCT*ji^r"t — applied the same notions lo the 'ess. but also the more widely „f .heap and goats "tj „ .ujjio^d Jlv i. .., towns of Its day It deplete! distributed sophistications of Perhap. the best answer lo th. ^ w " '^'J.unVSbJf The beautilul and romantic eilirs books, magasme, and film. It Is quM tlon He. in the practicability .econd division cricket status. The whose .,,,,1,1,.as such w.ra impossible allogelher le exclude of converting the grounds, Into,. ""don t_l_ .v. ho rented too sxaggereled. II was a poetic ren. Ihese Influences, and perhaps nol public playing deld-lhe first far rou ds ,'"f^,.,^ ..,,,". „,,.,..* deling Instead ,.r Ilia anisl desirable; hut Ihe good teacher the p.tish-^r. lo exaggerule .lie l-in.*unUI lliey faded oulntlci imagining a landscape, lie romancan Had the child to a recogr.iIdea a little. Into a country park, about three year, or existence li.i-.-d the s.cnc ttaat lay baton lion based on perception and ugtDJ the two school rooms as J sinco Winton". the ground? lUm. feeling, of what is genuine and pavilion und casino. were Dll j y regularly used bl II. %  Revi.lulion III Landscape insophisllcated in Its own work. „.___ ads school and. once a yeai, f... .1 M Not .,11 land-cap, 1,,-al.M Self Crillci.m JSjSS^h^&JSSrtSSi Jus. a few Week, ago they wc I .reward iTlmquiahed Ihe i.iuuiid-; about twice during their '. regime, Ihe lust timo beim; dur. more fairs at ing World War II whet. Uhorl r will thev be "S*' u P l 't | "ol lorceu the meirtiier'. ruln. or may be. to decide to diuolve their tlub. atmosphere for childV : ereoied of %  hem[ ,"" Jn this gUttartnd fashion. In The necessary Knsland I love of dowers led to happy creative a a love of delail in landscape, largely ba Ilia This appeared first In English .dees and. needlework, and ..ached its peal, themselves nv in Carolean embroidery. The besl critics. At some school English school of topographical represented in the exhibition ,. artists wa< the natural KIIIO.II. nlgh | y successful svslem of grouo """," '"' %  %  of this influence: factual reprecriticism has been evolved by ~ senl.tlon and detail now betas,lhe eacr er>i wh lch. far fro,', ol immense importance. Inducing ")lf*onclousnass of Early In Ihe 19th cenlurv th" ,„| se prid „ responsible for English pa-n cr Constable effected ,„ c cc mp | ct abMn „ „f aophlatl. a rcvolulion ,n lanriaeape painting. „,,„„ ,„ ne cm dren -, wotk „„ d which had recently come lab. ,„ „, h h ,„ reeognised as a form of art. Constable and Boniungton both formed links between painting In ;"""C_~""r England and France, anil Ihe-. S,. !" :."? niiuen.ed aron bolh sid ,. be similar to the Intended purpose %  the Princes. Alice Playing ,"J*" >„P" r "''l "p,"^ "''"""" One will still be able to tary schools of bl Peter. Many are looking torwaid '• ll.e childre,, idem','T M ",„ vrt fnottiall and lenMany are looking rt'^'r ^'^rarEF^" 1 "'"Ju.f-use'of baffled if I hud to ft l m a (oiilball pool coupon" Sin M the Hon. Margin. Lambert, 45 -year nl ( | tcholnl daughter of Viscount Lamben. the vi teran Liberal. Tlie British foreign Office hav.anpai %  k' 1000 n year. Cor pail time work Dr. Isfimberl iw exiieded in haw a bigger salary, as hem will be a lull-lime appointment Expert On Austria She speaks and write-. Geini.n ami Fteiirh as easily us she do*-* English She is an authority oh Austria, and during Hie wai bnuJcj-! new*, in that countiv Ironi th,. BBC'. In Idondon Dr. Lambert fllares u studio Hat in St. John's W<> . as leeturei in nn ilcr-i history at University College. 'Read Vewspapers' "I shall hav u to give up lecturing after September I, when I go to my new work." she said In her lectures sh t tells the lludonts to read the newspapers "Model your essays on Ihe terse Stylaj that Journalists use." she ocivises. In her new )ob she will head a staff of about IS at Cornwall House, near Waterloo Station She will lake her Siamese ca Plira with her to the office. Phra is the eaulvalcnt in se tf lhe English knight's Overseas League Gives Coektail Partv LONDON. Hag I I"wentv two couniriea were i.'preaenii.i ai a cooMall part] which the Ove.-seas League gave 'n member* visiting Britain foi lhe Festival. From British Guiana came C V A-.hurst and lhe Distri.i Commissioner from Antigua. Mia. v Harden w% Ofetra A I was represented by 10S pcopu ...iland by SO. Earl Mountbatten of Bunn.. uelnming the guests lo Britain said it was important to real exactly what the Feativa) stood lor, Britain was at present spending a large part of her ii.itioiial income and effort at) rearmament. riot to fight WJ. but to prevent U There was no better wav thaUM nollval of showing ind w.nld Bntain'k peaceful mtci. 1 UOM The Paatttral w m taicq an outwanl and visible sign ol t"ie goodwill of Britain exlende %  to all who extended fo Mounihatlens l'i... : ,1 Lady Mou'iib-i:. ;. "" 9 uncling acquaintance with people she h.s uu-t ..II „v.-i the world Air Chief Marsh;.! Sir Arthur Longroors with whoai W M.n^h..l Sir Wild..,, USB, chief of tlie ImjierialJ General Staff. said no twol B rWafc asi haid done more aal Amhassadi>rs for their eouattyl than l^rrl .nut Lauh MosaMbattotl I Ashursl iv .. d.nh > l.itoi i West Indian itandi .it the Biittsui Industrie* F.ur and Eai He laid Krater that h,. ;,,„! hj il coltaafuaa ar varj %  attiileol i n 1 I -' tt with the .iltent.o. i Caribbean pnxtuce is atuacun from thottaands of people evei das Particular Intwaat taken in aMiplM ai W. | ., timber. M.^t VMIton lo the I" be surprised m UM N.uiety of thing-. prOdSKM in Hie W.-sl Iiuliea. -Realer ^\auUw^oveuiteJjf. V^O^// ^Caifesati* B"uu.ua( lac* f*o*rdr . so %  •)< lanoolh ... dillcartly petise Into .i fortune ftmn the flir irada Hg later owrwd six theatres ml r.iinii i i i .i around Teek township He loaned money t.. So rlarry to buy too Laka Shore mine prapart) and thortly after gold was found h< turned down Six llarry'i Offfl lo pay off the debt with stork in thi 1 iiuniiig company Mr. Kaplan gave as hi* Pta O Ott that he knew nothing about lhe gold industry —ICP I Stigmata *Vfarks POMTOF SPAIN. May 2. Stigmata marks inunk* resembling ihe wound, "f I'lui LJ nbout one-eiKbtli of an inch In* diameter, plainly visible on BO infant here, nitraitetl i. nuiiilie' of viitnrtn the mother' horn The mother Mrs. Herott o' r>efannes Street. Anrn.i. Inlng her devotion during Drognanc3 u responsible for the marks. Bha i Linn-, iha i onatantlj knelt before a crucilix in |uay nnd supplication to the Iruwll Jesus for s,ife delivery —

cs. when allowed colour. He registered a visual free expression, are found to be impression of a scene at a certain quite evenly distributed." time In the same way that th.* cpmera registers a scene at 0 Ihe omission of unnecessary delail. personal report from "iiird on his recent America from whlrii Saturday, %  lion At a Press Conference held October Raymond. 21, later Prince Hernhard said be bend first sent oveiseas war Moved the President and Madame brother Derek 20, peron were exceedingly popular. volunteered for Korea. There seemed every reason Yesterday their mother received believe that in any free election given moment. The impressionists. Cezanne added to impressionist however, painted onlv impressions palming a solid architecture. This ol scone* not photographic detail, solidity of eonnruction was offset Lanascapc now became a pure by the vibration and movement subject in art. for an ordinary of detail, so that his landscapes 50n ticce of land or a cornfield became did not become dull ot heavy, on interesting and individual John Nash brought to English painting by suggested shapes and painting the order of Cezanne. telegram, the President would recel' killed III (east 71) per cent of lhe vMes. The Prince added in reply to youngest another question that he had seen n 0 evidence of a totallluru" regime in Argentine and that y third ^ntmry lo reports President volunteer for Korea loo p PTOn drove about freely wilhMrs. Kmne told reporters. "The u mny armed guard. pact has come to an end". — —Hauler. her second fateful Derek too had been action Thai leaves the brother. Valentine 19 I am not going to lei i Senior Short Story Competition The Eeaodng Advocate Invites all school-boys ami m lMl|. gll I* between the ages of 12—19 lo enter for IU Sealer Short Slors CODIIMllllon. Stories can bo on any subject, but should not exceed 500 word' In length and must reach the Shert story Editor, Adveeate <:•, i.t.t. Citv not later than Wednesday every week. The best slry each week will be published In the Evening Adveeate and the winner will reiclve a prize of hooka or Stationery to the value of 12/8. Send this coupon with your story. Naase Aa Sahool Heaae Addreae r t5E SURE OF ALUOVBROJJP^ CMM*^ < the faithful Cr i. %  %  i iui > ^ ut Hie Heauteiul. I'ljvsaN be preparea for your romanuc moment liet a !• take. ..[ UMKAM Tlill.rr SOAP. use It ralthfulry in your bath, shower and at the wash basin fur a sofl-smoothskin, radiant with natural PRFAM la available at toilet gooda rountcra throughout the island. S* v CS VWVING'c "'SJ YEAST-VITE The Only Pain Raliavar containing Vitamin B f For I HEADACHES j NERVE PUNS I COLDS | j CHILLS I ] RHEUMATIC PUNS ; 1 1i YourHc-lihiSask'tr Yra-i diw.lv.d la n milk . mm I fud yca~tt help* tune ui your syttrm so lasr to i;. i Sffinkir intoiakanwii ••': I lOmtnun PIH Whn. di.wlvi.i. PlASTIl' MULTI-C REG. $336 NOW 82.50 To Mothers who cannot ** &ep a supp/y on Aand8*6s at a moments nottce feed their babies non'tvrorr!rhy can digest .. ,;houl trouble. The aJdili.vn .if R.ibmson'. -Patenl' Berley prevents the milk formi.ig large clot-, in baby sl.tmachs, making it easy for Ihe delicate fU| -stive organs lo do Iheir a-ork raorouglily whilst getting Ihem ready lo digest hesvier fisods Ister in life Thai's why wise nurses feejd m.ehers always use Robinson's -I'atent'Barli ROBINSON'S • ATENT BARLEY SPREADS SINGLE REG. $514 NOW S4.25 DOUBLE REG $670 NOW S5.75 CREPES PLAIN & COLOURED REG $240 NOW Sl.40 MGHTIFS PANTIES BRASSIERES AT I THE BAKGAIN HOUSE | • 30, Swan Street — S. AI TMAN Proprietor l'llONK 2702 •''.-.•.-.-.•.•.----..• %  ---.--.-.-.----'.•%  .V.'.HUttMv % 



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PACK KtlR DARB.XnOS ADVOCATE FRIDAV. MAY 4. US I BARBADOS # ADVDeSTE t. 1 1—-i Print**! > U AdvocdU CO, Lid-. I TWO FALLACIES AT a public meeting held in Queen's Park on Tuesday night by the Barbados Labour Parly. Mr t, L. Walcott, a member of the Party and a member of the Executive Committee, attempted to supply a cordial to the drooping spirits of the Partv's followers. He continued to blame the big merchants for the rising cost of living and told his hearers that Barbados had no sa> in and was unable to do anything about world market prices. Both of these statements are fallacies. The cost of living rose higher than it need have done because the Government of Barbados refused to accept the advice of the same "big" merchants before the £ was devalued in September 1949. The rejection of their advice cost the island a sum estimated at approximately half a million dollars. It was because they continually adopt the stupid attitude of blaming somebody else and preferably the merchants, that the Government Party today suffers from %  lack of knowledge of world market tendencies. Then' are a number of local businessmen capable of giving good advice to the members of the Government but because of prejudice againsi tin"bin" merchants the advice is r.ot taken and the island suffers The story of the goose that laid the golden eggs is one of those universal stones that any voter of Barbados can understand. It is quite simple. You have been spending the gold as soon as the goose laid it, but you are not satisfied that the goose is laying enough eggs for the whole community, so you kill the goose only to find that there is no gold inside, and that the poor goose hod, after nil. been doing her best to ktep no the production of gold. This is -what Mr. Walcolt's statements suggest. 'iluV by taxing out of existence the big merchants who are also the "big employers" of labour, the merchants will be forced out of business and there will not even be the employment that there is under the present regime under which Mr. Walcott is able to enjoy his present status. The members of the Government will not study trade movements and market tendencies for themselves, nor will they seek advice from local businessmen. They rely instead on advice and orders from the United Kingdom, whxh come from those who consult first the interests of the British Treasury and the Board of Trade and then the interests of the British West Indies. Sir Stafford Cripps kept on saying that the £ would not be devalued. The Government of Barbados wants to watch carefully statements that the £ will not be revalued. A knowledge of world market tendencies is an essential to a healthy economy. Barbados, if it thinks In terms of world trade and utilises the best commercial brains available locally, will find means and methods of combating the cost of living. Running down the big merchant is as expensive a pastime as killing the goose. Knowledge, not words is our greatest need. The voters of Barbados would be grateful meanwhile to Mr. Walcott if he could take some interest in tish. meat and fruit which are being sold at prices beyond the schedule, and thereby force up the cost of living, without influence from world markets. WHY NOT? THE Sec rotary-General of ihe International Civil Aviation Organisation recently announced the signing of an agreement, the fifth of its kind, giving technical assistonce to Thailand. Under the terms of this agreement I.C.A.O. will provide a Civil Aviation Adviser to the Civil Aviation Board of that country and fellowships which will enable two Thailand pilots to study commercial flying abroad in order to become regular pilots in their national airline in the future. No such assistance has been rendered to Barbados beOftUM it is considered by I.C.AO. that we can get such assistance from the United Kingdom. Few people in Barbados realise the disadvantage of our status with regard to international assistance of this kind. The United Kingdom, and particularly its local representatives, are at all times unwilling to ask for help for its possessions. They regard this as an admission of their failure to do everything for their possessions. Yd flourishing communities like Ceylon are helped with Point Four Aid. Why not help for Barbados ? News 1 I-OIIQ Britain I.ONDON. April 27. trover*.es of 1851 ev the nffi The frnt *pring.clean..u By DAVID TEMPLE ROBERTS of 1851 as il would havo been seems to have been left tu IDS expounded by a modern rad Uisl passible moment before the nlr Tnr lrulh & thf matter i news-reader. The programme! Festival. But this week then thai the lillle lower of girder-. h * v revealed lomc curiosities are men with patnt pots every. n „ now b^ taken awav ^nd the Mewtelaaohn. op course, was rewhere. and other men are uj. Skylon is actually suspended in Carded a* the greatest musician scaffolding steam cleaning the mid-air by wire ropes from three In the world. But otherwise the stonework I iir.ti.-ed one man boom.'. In the flat above my own music of the week has revealed scouring the dirt out of Plato's are a small circle of young urchi%  *" pleasant but forgotten thing.' beard where he looks down to lccts who arc proudly displaying of the mld-Vlctorian age. company with Galen. Arch! JllM outside the front door the "* %  broadcasts included medes. and Justinian from the original model of the Skylon * cl !" t coma startingly to my top of Burlington House in which *i designed by a friend of ears—though they must nave bear Ptecadllly. The famous Readm,' theirs. The Festival people are no"* <>"n by historians For in Room in the London IJbrary assuring the public that tt will tance. ,851 waj-the yaar r>f th where Poet Laureate and other all be safe even in a high storm. fS n f u ,n ?*!* col 1 1 n 5n y way. each veai to captuie the But the IBM census was a railway bridge and so give u*. reclame of a Dior. They stage ;< disaster. It revealed trial in the in Fleet Street, n good view of |, m <. Bnow |o indicate the trend previous ten vear* the surplus o! St. Paul's. Unfortunately it i* to meiVl fashions in the year. It women over men had merman still there, but the City has put has always seemed to me that rapidly imd alarmingly lMitician ; a coat of green paint on It, and lhrrp fcr e two main source); of pu t forward the now forg-.ttcr added a coat of arms men's fashion Ideas In the world, proposal that women should b*. Lord Mayor comes up-river and that they tight a continuous recruited to emigrate to :h< And we had our first taste of lbs %  "* A herp ,',* Harlem, and colonies where the vast surplus o charming river scene th,, week there is the clubland o' Umdon m ,._ in Canada, Australia and when the Lord Mayor came up nvnht I.e. zoot suits, the draped New Zealand, was alarming' Th. cr m hi* barge, in full river pro. une P >>"tn hat*, ami tapenng census also showed that lh< ccaSoni for the first Hmf in trouwr f how,n *>"**" wk *" J %  population of Ireland had fallen nearly a hundred years, to open ^g^^L v-TVk On lE b ? •"""• ft Pvlous ten > %  ... the new water-bus service that STS ftAHairtSthr• fnreS f J".? ,n *L The ,ons ' ,rClu,,t .ill take visitors from one Festi* *.*.* *. *~* g? took the cheapeat passage, to thi ,1 rttS to another They arc ,** J^S-SL*, a JEJ? ,> iX N !" Wor,d **H* ? the,ah.,. SitingfdSa-rT"ew lurtouteK —'* "* >£"•', •?"" V" aV Boon and'nj^ ^.UedVere ineTa.ionTGa'nery and Tr.fa.. E?J&£?lJfi2olEl W^"^sT^ < !" gar Square has playing again. At the Festival fountain. b t n "<-' us *'' decorative mill i 0 n, alarm* th, m waistcoats and suit jacket* with Q -51 has sunk VDfaft in No..ing h m .hirc tt. ^.' %  ..-..'^.J^'SZ."'^. K !" million iU,, l>nrlsh councillor.H who fulled 1 eel the village to pay extra mono, |rom (| ^ ht unr*"'. -rt,,.. -no 1 JUrltt3EE&Si nalgaln^fplaceXr It'se^T? themI' !" .'I!' .."""'f SX^; years ofuneasyllfo. It was founo IL/ fy'.tr^iS d ,n P^ide the minority with a more or less highbrow radio s*-r vice. It Is now being regarded ,1UuBe given. Some countle£Z££T T\*'ialU>£-'"n !" ,*\\wUM>ful tvcn by people who do no areTh/ving a, if this Feativ.; ££Z is eMTM^!""inffes £2 %""&£ %  2 tsS wan their own private property Jn Eni( i ann ai( ,, owlv .hanging. n ^ h n c n .^ do "* w (l -Festival of Sussex" ,. progdld KIoWlnK brighter. Th,s week ^^f l n f „ l J 22SS? piorlaimed on the South Coast. n RnK ,, llld everything has com*" h n m thp t lh u h r n ^'^ri> v Last Minute Rush hined to remind us of the affair* J !" Er "KT"^ 9* n JHy ;,, ., .. %  1..., i.,!e 1 %  ( a hundred vears ,... • when n umh ^ '/ !" ir '' • %  "" "' ,)„ d S this hurry and Prince Albert/ancestor of our ^^ZZX^TIT** !" !" U.stlc has begun. Only a WCCK Festival was almit to open. And %  * that otherwi ago depressing reports came from Lord Samuel, the best wit the Festival Gardens that this English politics, hareminded [un-fail and amusement pan; how dull nineteenth century would open almost three wet!., costume was then. The get a public hearing. New "moderns" have been playe* regularly and the musicians of black ltlc l* 81 h ve be,n ^"rned for there have bWQ "hard hat" topped off a gloomy interesting rorntter, -;'"^'' l the Third Prograi be floundering In a %  A TliM DAYS' TRIP By E. C JACKMAN w day, of s..i..huic and a i-mcmhlc Onr'liuflnrw g lTl ji r ilJ *> funinrtniM liunl "I work. Th" fould warrrly Inh. i '"• I % %  ,""" w"ll Vn nvc day. laic frnn, hi5 .olnnn nc.jhlm.ir. Whatof dull antique mui.c and %  ,-. o u i-^iuui w.inl ocm, 10 have .-vet lh.ohd mrrit. ot the rale verar ulay.. But in the bain" rniid ^, TOM photo Victorian Ae In England. II had year It ha, b* E£S l .T€c"sE^'tSc'h tXffUSi an'-en^oT: K" JtWKf I un.'Sc 300 lecl UMa the nky ier phaw when Ihc Hoyal Court cajt.nl sy.lem. haw cople.1 lh. &.V*a.je -r "% l $?^ m g£?VuM Tha B.B.C. ha, been dcvollne costs a Kreal deal. But Ihc listener ider its mini transniuion Urn week to regular services may count the cnUrcly lo a "Hash back" ot a money well spent tt II relieves h,s Skylon hundred years. On the Third Profavourite wavelength of chaml. a a al u.a^ltv ai^4 .liei-lll'Lltlhv gramme we have music of 1851, tii,. talks r d the music and discussions on IMdieVii d conphilosophy. Puert€ Rieo Builds A Folk School Am.rit.1. i-Ui.il in lh* t %  iwousri handicapped rt-toturr*. I* worklns lo I the latural potentiiil FOR SCHOOL PHILIPS' ATLAS and LAYNG'S ARITHMETIC ROYAL READERS Advocate r v VM' v -V £2. BALAASA SCOOP This handy and useful deviee provides the housewife with a new and simple method of preparing recipes with utmost speed and accuracy. The "Balansa" can be used for careful weighing and measuring or as a guide for those who prefer to guess. WILKINSON & I1AYNF.S Successors to C. S. PITCHER 'Phones : 4472 & 46X7 CO. LTD. & CO. n < PETER Enjoy it with pleasure Again ! DAWSON'S SPECIAL WHISKY THE OLD FAVOURITE .Khl.il subject area come together nt least once every two weeks for approximately three hours. These blocks of lime are used to provide general orientation of units of work and to plan studies and collateral activities. The ottic*: further recommends that general 'red fully equivalent to the group meeting* be followed by Foremost in this concept is the standard secondary programme, an extended period during which importance they attach to formal The heart of the plan, and perstudents can consult wit cdutulion The Puerto Hican rehaps It* moat radical departure, teacher and receive ind cards his public schools with a Is the technique of guided Indeassistance faith matched by few peoples in pendent study The major part Students meet In a simple room history Through them, he is deof the work Is done by the sturequiring tables, chairs, a blacktcrmined to find ways to a highdent himself—away from the board, a small library, and (In cr standard of living. school, on his own time, and in the case of science classes) miniPuerto Rico, an American tcrlarge measure at his own pace. mum laboratory equipment. Thi* rilory, maintains with the exInasmuch us. the initiative reroom functions also at an office penditure of 30 per cent, of 1U mains with the student, th'. for teachers, as a guidance centre bia. budget a puh'ir-school organiiaprincipal role of the teacher Is as for students, and. where practltion much like that in ihc United guide and consultant For this cable, as a meeting pl.ee for States with six-year elementary purpose, the central offlce provide* community clubs. schools, three-year intei mediate each study group with two teachers More t^-in any other kind of Of junior high schools, three-year one specializing in language and secondary education, Plan Morosenior high (secondary) schools, social studies, the other in mathevis requires a well-equipped and and a university. Gradual exmatlcs and natural sciences. The functional library. Such a library pansion toward the goal of unlllrst task of thc*c teacher* Is to —containing basic texts, period.versal elementary education is organise and lead the work of cal material, supplementary referunder way. Paucity of funds has the student group. Their most ence books, und audio-visual mapresented to educators a major critical job, however. l lo nurturt teiials—is of sarvoi nol only to challenge to devise new means to the attitudes and skills necessary students at all levels, but to the care for o\it-of-*chool youth to successful prosecution of indewhole community. In addition, •Many new proposals have been pendent study. Proponents of the the flexible schedule opens up a tried Few. however, seem to hold plan admit that it is on the ability whole new range Of valuable, inthe promise of Plan Morovls. of these teachers effectively t-> expensive resources such as guidwhlch had ita origin In 1948 in teach these skill* and attitudes ed Held excursion*, the post war pressure for that much of the lueeess of their Although the plan U sUII In increased secondary education programme rest*. the experimental stage, the recspccially In the smaller comAlthough the broad over-nil mils have been encouraging. munitie* on the Island. curriculum Is essentially the same Teacher interent has remained as that of the standard senior spirited, and students have not Two alternative* were then high (secondary) school, the aconly met curriculum rcspomibiliavailable to the student seeking tual selection of courses to be ofties, but also have organized secondary schooling (11 the rcgufered during a given school year many co-curriculum social and lar high (secondary) schools— will be conditioned by the need.civic activities There Is evideno located principally In the larger and interests of the students and that the plan is producing excel town*-which could admit only a by the nature of Ix-al instructionlent ucademic icsulls throughout limited number of students horn al lesnurco*. The curriculum Is the island. their Immediate or neighl*>urtng developed around uiuu of work Plan Morovls has opened communities and (2> a plan of which, although prepared In basic whole new vista to educators on free examinations ailministi'ie-l fnrm at the central office, are Ihe island. Already, a programme hv the Puerto Ri.an Bureau of nevertheless sublcvt to ihe critlis under way to extend IU methSchool Extension for work done cal analysis of the student groups, ods downward to the junior high independently. Ordinarily, successful compleschool and outward to non-ma Obviously, many of those detion of a work inn; will involve trlctuated adult group*. Th> siring secondary education could Initial orientation and assignments Puerto Kir an Department or Edunot be adequately cared for under (undertaken by the group In cucation 1* also studying means oi either arrangement. Seeking a operation with th* teacher), tndltransferring some of its ediu way in which to meet this devldual consultation with teru-h.T* tional assets to the regular ten. mand without divertinc fund* from and other local resource*. A high (secondary) school. An exilic elementary school extension student enrolls for as much work perimental project will )>c Initiaprogramme, public educational a* he feels ht can successfully ted which will attempt lo Involve authorities, largely under the negotiate, and evaluation is built the whole student body of a se ]i ..<(. i hip of Aasiatant Commison reports of the teacher and nior secondary school In a slmiMuni'i Francisco Collaro. estubspecial tests constructed by the lar programme Incorporating self Hulled a modest ex|>erimental central office. Academic credit is study. Finally, a significant atplan at Morovis during 1848-49. also granted for appropriate 0Ctempt will be made in the outu.ni Out of tbii experiment has come eunational experience under the of 1951 to bring vocational ina pioneering programme standard rule* of the central ofstruclion irlo the scop*; of the The central aim or the Morovls Ree. and all credit obtained under plan, plan Is to provide the fundamenPlan Morovis is transferable Puerto Rican* have developed tal clement* of a secondary cdushould the student later enroll In hi Pten MOUHH a remarkable cation—witli special emphasis on a regular secondnry school educational Innovation for their its application to local ru nmunClass meeting* an* bald accordIsland, one that might well be itv life —to adolescent* and adults lug to a flexible schedule arrangadopted m other countries, and unable to enroll in a regular seed by students in co-operation with have illustrated In no small nior high ( %  ecomUry) school, teachers. The central office remeasure their determination The education provided Is con*idcommends that groups In etch *olve their problems Oil tanks are very conspicuous, as oil is sent from Venezuela and refined in Curacao. Il was said that the shops have comparatively cheap goods, but an attendant in one asked me $40 (American money) for a small pircelain figure. It may be that other articles are more reasonable. Our nexl call was at Cartagena in ColomThis port has the b-est harbour on the Northern coast of South America. After the lown had been captured three times, it was thought advisable to till up the Boca Grande (large mouth) with stones, so that ships could not use it. The small mouth (Boca Chica) is now used instead, as it is easier to defend. The old city was enclosed by a very heavy wall but it could not keep out the ubiquitous pirates of Sir Francis Drake in 1585, or subsequently the French. From Cartagena we bad *-!.e long run to Jamaica where we tied up alongside the wharf. When it got cooler we took a drive to the Hope Gardens. The taxi driver said that no rain had fallen in the Kingston district since a small shower in December. This drought had turned the grass into hay, and even the trees showed signs of being parched. The dust, of course, was bad. In the Hope Gardens the Bougainvillea and Cannae had been watered and alone flauntjrd ?olour. The orchid house is worth a visit These gardens can be beautiful but the d rough had spoiled (heir beauty. I III; C. II. KIMII III.. I I II A ... is ;: .Ml'ST MATl* lit LIGHTNING ZIPP FASTENERS The original Zipp Fastener that always works. In sizes Type Lengths and Colours ihat are "JUST RIGHT" For every service in Personal apparel and equipment • for i/iiur sflfrlitm . . HA MIST A A CO., I III. >• I..Mills lt|-|,l. OIK READERS SAY: Rtiiliu Inli'.frri'iuv T'i Tag Editor The atdopaf S1K.—In your edition i>T tin* Kill April "O.itimi't'* unite very •l.ilmgly and certainly mil with* %  i BUM i: 11. mini .rit.-itVii'iin" to radio reception generated by i ling vehieler.. For the benefit of our Membert ear owners who may not know that this 1* an or even hfiW to. overcome the trouble, wi would advise them as follows: %  graph Act 1940 makes it illegal Id use any vehicle causing electriCal inteifii.il..' wiili the lawful and normal operation of litenced wireless apparatus or •1,,-iv.r The ordinary private car only raqutrei a suppressor to be fltted in the high tension cable con%  Ihe distributor The suppressor is a resistor usually made up in cartridge form. It coat* about 60 cent* and can be fitted in a few minutes. Moat of the leading garages have them in sink They do not intuf.T.wlUl the running of the car If the correct type of resisior il used. In feet manuf.irlurcrs now \\\ suppressing devices WCn,iheii urs leave the works. The respon-ilbilily for seeing that the Act is obeyed rests on the Government Electrical Inspector who has two cars tltted trill, the apparatus for ttoMCtsBg .h(| oflattM, The ears cruise about the roads and should a rtbajli ba nGlinting a noise sufllci %  n*. to make radio reception impossible, us number is noted and I white paper II sent to the owner ; (olloa A motor car owner can easily f IHN car U causing intarfanne* by driving II to a dist.-ince of about 50 feet from a radio leceivcr and then with the engine running, the receiver ihould betuned to the 13. 19. 25 I meter Muds and the resulting i.oise will Ul him know if it II sufficient tu interfere with normal irveption. Secretary. Barbados Automobile Association. 151 Roebuck Si wn This ten days' trip has a curious zig-zag itinerary. From Jamaica we returned to Curacao and then passed on again to La Juaira. On the way to Trinidad we hugged he bleak looking Venezuela coast all the morning. The sky was overcast uniil the East Wind used its broom to brush the clouds away. At once there was a transformation. As far as the horizon the sea became an expanse of molten silver. In contrast the deep blue ocean to the west still slept. This time we nosed the wharf at Trinidad. so we landed and had a very pleasant drive up Lady Chancellor's roountain road, so called after her because she had urged its building. From the top ofte has a wide expanse of view over valleys and shipping. Back to the ship, and away for Barbgdo*.. and the end. If you are not a good sailor the pleasure nf this trip will depend on Ihe weather met We had a nasty night between Cartagena and Jamaica, and we left Kingston in a good imitation of a gale; but having regard to th entire trip ihe weather was on the whole good. rou voi it asm Anchor Butler Anehar Milk Powder Decoration* Gold Braid Rum HAMS CHICKENS CHEESE < .-l,i Storaie Hams — avge 16 I's. Tin Ham* — 3 Sites Salami Frankfurter Sau-avei Sausare Roll In Tin* Jellied Chtekrn In tins Jellied Turke\ In Tins • Helm Soups (Canadian) Campbell Soup* (Canadian) Kl I I4 no I with llii-sr! Bass Ale • .mi i '... Stout Wort hint: ton Ale Canada Iir> (linger Ale PHONE GODDARDS WE DELIVER



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EMMY MVV I Mil n \llllAIM.IS AI)VU \TE r \r.r. FIVE N Caribbean Commission Opens Session Here Tinlirst meeliriK of Ihe taribbran Commission rvrr to be held in Barbados opens on Monday morning in the l.ei;i*liilivr Council Chamber. His Kxcellency the Governor will deliver Ihe opening address, welcoming the delegates and declaring the meeting open. Subsequent sessions wj]| be held in the new ranc* Room at Hastings House, under the Chairmanship of Sir George Seel. British Co-Chairman of the Commission. Tlus will Or the twelfth meeting of the Caribbean Commits! on and the first to he held m Hmbcilos although the UK session i f the West Indian I'cmrVrrncc ;.s held hot. in IH4 The West Indian Conf.ivmr is an auxiliary body of Ihe Cartb9 %  :ool wr treated •* Commission and its mo." >eteiit meeting was held in Curacao last December when Mr F. L. Walrott and Mr E I. Ward represented Barbados IIOSI-II \l SI IM.IOV Vlillmgtoi. Gives L^flure Keeital i ii -. id the start of Co to a tMUMtvl Hecilal giv 'iing in the Schoui Hall. by Mr. James A. Mnlingion on MM violin, accompanied by Mr. Geruli Hudson. Hr. MtUmgton and Mr. mbars of tne stan* OH U.uhcs Music Appiiciat* n -"d Vocal Clajaaaa, w iui. Mi Millington does Theory Musii* ..nd teaches Ihc violin Addendum The addendum for this •neriiiv: will have to be finally accepted by the Commissioners after the uf matttng '-pens .nd it is expevtcr. thai the main items for discussion bom nine yfaUl old to IB *"' ,n ^ lua 'be recommendations listened enthusiastic llj to the otal and appreciated it with the warmth it aeserved. Some of the items included In lb* inform 11 but well arrang* i prifcrammc were: Moto Perpetuo". t.v Boho, "Czardas" by Monti. 'Air and Variation 01 and "Concert., in C, Major" by De Bvn.it. Baton Mr MlUbigton played each piece, he explained its structure and various technical points. which were to be introduced, anu the methods of producing these effects on the violin. Mr. Milling. ton's masterly execution of th pieces showed that he has lust nono of that gift of interpretation %  artier recital years. The Recital, which approximately one hour, was the first tVCT to lie held by the school Major No.,n. Headmaster. \,,\,\ tne Advocate tli .1 DC Sri i'xui-it;ii> %  aad arUh the way In wbldi the boys appreciated the m I R l HDDm of Kensington New itoad h . be taken, as well as the normal review of the function* of Ihc Central Secretariat, which i .is it were, the Commission';; exacutive arm. An Experiment The Caribbean Commission mav be described as an experiment within the Caribbean on co-oper. ation across national boundaries Its members are thosenation* which have responsibility for non.stlf governing territories within the area—France, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom an l New Books On Ma totharQ Show al Public Librar\ fram Page I The !' books—its m lion and 114 BOO Bi I thea* whicii ..!<• now on -l i u ,i ill be released to the public on Saturday. Books on exhibition i n clude books iji cricket and football which "ill appeal :. %  the sent %  boy playing these games On tn ampr*e~ n'naval esoCBMdi there U "Book Of Cm ket" China by Sir FYlham. Warner dr.lmg h with IwUflJL Heidin*. letting and %  buef look-over of baaj batsmen and boa %  :mportant Cribble's "They Kidnapped Stan %  the United Slates was planning to : that !to of reaching the warm waters of the Paeifte and Indian bg Heihert C Link: i Inriii %  t> W Burn. Pi raran of Medarn it King's College in the U of Durham FeebaUon offlcers will be clad Mi.it Sir Cyril Hurt's "The Itickttard Child" is amcug tome Oceans. i f ihe bc-Ws tcuchinn luvnllf There 1* nlio "Chilen of To tay" hy Kthe! DukM Dl AND MSB K KUCZYNSKI who arrived by SB Osscofne from Bmland yentenUy. The doctor is the newly appointed mediral offlc^i of the Qntrsl HosplUl Shouiri Taixis Hv. Ramoved Vrom Itritlgetown ? by any CCN could extend down to the Incoar () (it. i but it would pi* %  I'ndi uiKin the continent of AircWhlCh f"I 'he in %  %  lial is something that 11 and nil Induatn whal aver its nationahlv might —Realrr Make th.it >rcw realty tasty with hjai i little Marmnc Make it hrffrr lor you too — Marmitc conuins the Bi viurnins that build up health and resistance to illness. That's why i\\ so good tor everyone on bread and btmcr or in tasty sandwiches. SOU .'i'do SO much with Marmitc in •mips, gravies, sauces and savouiy dishes and Marmitc does so much tor good cooking. Ship Will Load Sugar At Speightstown latown It will no the A Sl'CIAR SHIP is expected to CJ.11 i in another two weeks to load for the U.K. second to call at this port this crop. A shipping clerk told the Advocate vesterdt) thai a ship, which WU expected to call for suKaY this week-end. was no longer expected The bonds in the Cit\ were becominj' conMestod. he said, and the sugar ships ciillmc Bl Barbados were first relieving these bonds. \ liattor to the island told the Adverale >i>tcul.o that there were still a few things in the local jarMB^rtul.Uon. B..I could M fa (;,.,|,.rul llos|>illll ,'; %  HUBBI bl w. ;... 1h,-L"'iSr..... |s T"" two ..1 itMi in ,,,k u-iibB ] &£S V7:il u iSLSSi'JS: %  imuld l>c parked at a centr;il \||ioiiili'il Sislcr Stater ..t the Barbadd MAR MITE The Vitamin 8 Yeast Food Mid" In England ; KV&ttV.: ? m ttt tt S&a.w.;' r v should ic parked at a centr.t % %  %  /*"., ( arklng area outside the City anil '<"H>it.il sl.nrtly ;i public (1 |i t .oe placed al the dJ. %  *• "I**"" J,mi Steel Band To Play At (f.K. Festival but "what he wanted was road repaired." One night hi and while walking along thli he nearly broke his foot in hole. He said that when rain falls the ponied hv hja secretary. %  utteri ara filled with water fur The U.S. section Is headed by many weeks, and it is very llsaaniMr Ward Canaday. President of lary. Ha Bndi it impossible t-> the Willys Overland Corporation •nlerate the numlicr of mosquitoes, of America. Me is the man who Hafts, residents of this road also developed the "Jeep", (General suffer great losses of stock during Purposes Vehicle) during the last When the fowl;;, war. ducks and turkevs are not .... ,, dr owned they dig of colds. Livestock Practices S IXTY-TWO MEN were present Mr C anaday. a mulli-milhnnat the Central Police SttU i aire. owns estates In St. CroU. yesterday to apply for tw„ vaemivirgin Islands, where he has concles In the Fire Brigade. ducted experiments in farm and The majority had an elementary livestock practices suitable to education to the Seventh Standard that area. while sever J1 were former pupils The other members nf the U.S. of Secondary Schools and about section arc Mr. Jesus Pinero. the half a doxeti held School Cerliilfirst native Governor of Puerto Inspector M. • Unmth. Handmaster of the "nlice Band. St I ucia. will take %  Trinidad Steel Band to the Fr.t.val of Britain Hv will comlu the band when it gives performances at the Festival "This is the (irst time man-' Europeans will be hearing Steel Band and it should be a novelty to them", a member of the local Police Band told the Advocate yaatarday, Inspector Griffith arrived In the island yesterday by B W.I.A. from St. Lucia intransit to Trinld id I -i> ., ,i in ,...ii oTdriver in this w %  "kl-"ii. foui of wMeh awn .-quiring: ;, taxi < oulcl "•**• %  '" ""' '*""'' s ' '"''' ,.,ii, phone ta it lht Adraeaai ,< terdai thai rv He said that where the taxi ire li '-' banafitted %  ireat deal %  1 preeent ps^riud, eould ba made ,l *' iralnlnj ai lha varl %  • to S irking arasu (or private cars pttala and apart fronti tru totoriata from Ihe Windward aapn-l. her lUj In Engl partshi could cull) park their bean moat iritereaunj vehiclev in Trafalgar Squiire and kt* those from the 1-eeward parishes Niuve Walters, left ll.nliados li at Bckwltta Place. Itil5 and entere.1 St Kai | %  •The nolaea al present made by HoaptteJ m North London when taxi engineand drivari chatting ha ipant tbreo rea iwai then vetuew woul %  ral iralnlng work and par) of nnnoy clerks on the business i„., midwifery training She ihei little room left for further „„, „ ., pl .„ ( llM .,,,.,...,,, h ,,..,„.,, the Public Huildlngv. he BBM ihe COmplatad her The,., should be no taxiviMikol honing Al II.is ho.p.tal sh. ked ai i t.iii nurse and tatet The sugar bonds in Speightstown ore almost filled <"p. Thw*ne and plftftl lO enjov ., short hohd... i her duties. Contact them." he said. R OAD WOBUM nleiing their laying of a pd built foleriu NO QUORUM At St. Michael's Vestry p|le Oft School terday. ;it Dougl.e St I'.r. i v. They were breaking the sur face u f the top of th. BUI H to linish laying the plpt Vehicles moving along that road had to be driven with great can%  ehedutad t< i yeslerday wai there was m %  Vetry whic. tang ptisja at 2 p. %  n in si/rs 141 lo IT Emh KM STKII'EII UNDER PANTS wilh I I.ISIM insrrls in w;ii.l and I MI M IM I Bfawi 2K lo :ih Pair *I.3J (OK (JEMS & BOYS ^jj^ "I III 111 li MM II II I .1 SILK ( \RVES_,ii(h irin B iInk from Wit IT It IMS III MSI ll( HI l> HINIIKKB HIKES—', inch hrni.. Erh ttc. IKNCOU STRIPED PYJAMAS (81M HI lo II ins.) Ptff Suit .', s-: IOYS' ALL WOOL BATHING .'XI NKS in Slniilr. of Maroon mill : >;.i Slu 2ii lo :III. IVr I'uir sj m CAN EPILEPSY BE CURED? WK*I n (Diieoii' *e o"ir kn " ,fljl m Bt ""^ "**" ,ovna !" feiiti at> .^. ..!... A hit iirhfked ntti lKi in "it)*! cam Ihn remjrkiftlp %  no.1 CIWS Inn rtm*'Uble rwfliciofl is (kicrittetl i" V interti: "• ~"t ~,. -,sr.ce lim* b|s it Has Jtlackrd ifisil|old 'Westj WecoM_^ I "*** ( ''ife-'d—sBssn'issin I Aaoaisi -v. "PITRIIVA* PIC;EOI\ CHOW wee a H. JASON JONES & CO.. LTD.-Di.mwo,. M %  % % %  aj % %  ajfj %  %  %  %  %  aj REPEAT NAIROBI: Kxhuen monlhi ago a bull liorcd n lurmrr al Niilill. .'I null., from Nairobi 'I his work Ihc same bull gored ' again and Klllr.t hiu mr run HUH 11. II Ol H HIIlll IHiHHIl s in it CHERRY CREAMS TO-DAY KNIGHTS I Plidt-nix Swla Fnuiilain I AVI SIIH'limil & III.. Illl. 10. II. 12 & 13. BRCAD STREET KSsP* ice//enf DRAHT8 SCOTCH W DANISH CHEESE WAFERS nei pkt -30 i UNCHEON Ml I i EAL .fH • '. \ SAl'SAi.K.S iici tin . IS GRAPES PI In:% %  tM, Small ... .29 i IM KUM ran RIM STAMWVL*. sroi'l A 0 00. LTmX



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PAOI -i\ BARBADOS ADVOCATE IRIDAY. MAY 4. 1WI HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON f ^^ttLW ^^U MICKEY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY ^ N0VS ~-\NOOB •CATACL>ST\C f :"uS' co*-ta\ STAB ...\O W VB JOT —o :_00 B VSBCT%3 VOU AT •7/ 1 ~^ TMf 0 M^TA -0 BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG HOW CUTE --THE J LITTLE CURLINGS MB WAIT NG R ME ./ TQ) COME HOWE-J CUCH AFFFCT,C*4 /S J _ A I • L WE'D *8ETTEP PONE T-E N g W I lBOg l 1 CAN'T. MAMA' M R*P'-?iT -.„ ,7 FQ *<$< Mjffl i re* nprv CESTS |^-T AN HOUR hffi THE LONE RANGER BY FRANK STRIKER BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS AH THESC'5 ICCA-NOW LST MB BSE Wi-I=?g ,: AtANT vou I TO PUT iT13 F^ **J **" % " LJ *> % **> TWB I > PltuW' Tr>>-we COULDN'T c* I Sf TUB PILLOWS MOM ^ > rr PENTALUX GLOSS FOR EXTERIOR AND INTERIOR USE 'ENTALU* <*LSS FINISH <:**&,. .-. .€T.*19M ....... #**: % % % % % %  %  < % %  %  Wr' Gums Bleed! Tf*m maan lit •> •••" %  f+IuZlZm Araonn ;r%  ••*•" WITH AN £xifce BATTERY ' o"H.CL .MDU COLOURS YOU GIT STARTING ASSURANCE AND LONG LIFE! THE VERY BEST IN PAINT OBTAINABLE AT ALL l.i:.\ll.\. HAHDWARK STORKS DEPENDABLE BATTERIES FOR 61 YEARS! IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE ;SPEGAL offers to all Cash and Credit customers for Thursday to Saturday only w USUALLY Mushrooms, Tins 55 Corned Reef with Cereal, Tins 31 All Bran, Pkgs. 29 NOW USUALLY NOW • Floral Icing Sugar. Pkgs. 33 at %  2.1 Smedley's Peas, Tins 48 Allsopp's Beer, Bois. 26 29 44 •JO D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street < .**'r,-s'*-ttr>v*' 'm+srs'*'* : s,',%' r '*'S,',%'^ THE ADVOCATE HAS THE BEST BOOKS IN TOWN BY ALEX RAYMOND THE PHANTOM SC""." AGENTS IN ARMS by MARY WINTER BEYOND THE EAGLE'S RAGE by HUGH POPHAM TWO SCAMPS by CEORGE A. BIRMINGHAM A WINDOW CLEANER'S ROMANCE by NOEL GODBER ADVOCATE STATIONERY ;-rlj =fflt BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES r W EEDlS mill Extra Spi'iiuls for tinCocktail Hour . HIM UTS %  iviniiinl i iM. In '.ft kf FamMV AMorWd Mltlr Pelll H.un,CBUrd I rum Frull Shaft fk> Cilnitr Nut Short Ck* IMDH < . kUII Water rrrm ITlfkrr, SHEET ANT. SWEET BIS, I TTS |n !" Tina Special l*Hlin M.n I nUnr I.JI '-. Attrrnuon Tea. In lib 11M M Ai-r.nl. II if Lang's ( h.n.iUlr Virniu M..l.ill.nr 1 in*'-, I tin -1 t\iI hlrRivfUlu In lib Iliw. MMfarUn* I-an' KvinJrrr rrawfotd' >u .,,1,1 Drink or with < 'arboPi.tr| BevtratM SFAOFR in K l Mi A ready mixed Martini \ \ -,.•( %  i w I l,i I i: FALERS'l'M 4P pef bo*. ALLEYJ\E A Co. ARTHUR Ltd. "YOIII t.HIMIIIS



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i Rimv. \i vv i II:,I 11 Mill MIOS lliMu VII PICE si VEN CLASSIFIED ADS. mm,,XOTirES ^pe%  >— •*> -WeSad* dh a*. d*—S da-P* A aW •# • T , (p-r ^^ bM ^ M — 'HCrHONl 2MI %  on... leVBrr.er.tt.. and In I li 5* .1. •Mb)i and UN on two lor any number of -oca* up to M. 1 coal* per •Old on wM-ai cant* par word on Sunday %  for i DIED i MI." >,, Mas are mi. m LoAdoi Day** lainei < l>. II n-yley Mm Ikmn Ba>:.. igffSt, England : T > %  I Elllabelh .! %  Mr TAKE NOTICE **So &BS. *?***&* DISTILLING M ill %  in.Ml I ihe Siale ol Maryland. 'inrrw. WBOM trad* ur buiiniM a-< A^pl |o CMJBMM M MM Mag '•' i ilii w u Wat *(*-.i(hlitown Pho..e %  CAR -V„.„h*j| u u wiu. 4 food Ifr**. in good working eundll..., MiMJ reaaonaM* Appl. F D I. Oa>. Simple Orov*. Christ Church Dial 3301. I S 11-1 1 B CARS Do you want to buy a good • %  %  """nd carII -, a* ran offar you %  ISO Hllfcajaai. done It.uOo mile* and UHB Mom* Oaford. dona 11.000 rrile. Both can in eacellem condition Ring •MS. Boo. Asencloi Ltd. IP t SI On IMS 10 II p Uorrli Oxford M nor IPM %  HP Ford Van 10 H P V %  IMS Ford V I All ihe** Can a .>,. and |i 00 „ sandap. NOTICE THE LORD 0UVI %  OCBTI All W Pa tn of UW .bov a SOcMly -h. have bean in Iha Society up to the and of 1MB. arc here*.; requoatsd to •leave iho r IW0 Contribution Canla ai Uie OfrV* of ihe Rocialrar ol Friewdl) Bocietle*. Town Hall No card, will be accaptad after Ihe II r Clerk. Refinrar. t'rlrndlv Societies I i W %  -*< V'I'HLir SAI.IS *wi. KSrATK Sl'TTABlr C* CH Area 10*71 a li land .r^ i.paM, (I IOd_ Dial HI Day and MM Nmht IS St If.WA.-VII.I I OH HIM It i'm:i JCanddpa I* n.' **! %  , i rnla a ioo^ v. ard *'hdobi ir-eofc Tl HMI rd w..k 4 COM tUktoT Dancing Classes PuMli of The Barbados Dancliid are nMlflad thai '*! mm will tun w n oiw o> h and Salurday Iho 5th tlai-e. for ruin UP I Ua> AtC'ilON MAT VAN IPI1 MOBIL re matrorlod to ml im> .tkh-M been dimafm in a>i acrMe-.L Auction ..i MM • Krida 4lh Ma JOHN M Mafljf) ISH—* LIQL'OR I l( I \sl NOTICE K-nneih A. Sullivan hoklr Ucomo No KM of IPM. uranted • all buikHitfj at mwi N-lv" and Klruj Wm. SUeei i>rrmiaa>on u aaid IJqm I UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER Oi TPaMffdP lih k} iniir of Ui< i we will aall PM „_,•' "**6* %  LdPrapnoo Ofap I.I. Pre Nouare Trp-Tpii Lyr'ff'P*^"T.bk *.t •> Don %  on. Tea Tn Foldnv i a *• all i" Mahoauti Vl H %  %  Morrli %  •an <( H P 'in mi il barsal Coupe %  PM huv II I' Mom a I II P Ford M • thr 1M %  %  -nation. The trade mark ran be apm on application at my %  Daleri thi* 30th d.iv o4 Aaril IP5I II WILLIAMS. l(c*i>lr„r of Tf-IMaik. One IBJB llrdford Truck Good Woikina Order Apply lo M Rrereion. Covinro Carape. WAGGON One 147 V-l Ford Sution WSdJBN m perfect condillon Appl) JXd or S143 XI 51-1 f.n ELECTKICAIMl 1 I.Alii) I Tllll KADI O C I^wl* TAKE NOTICE 1 Hz'. UH 1 of the Slai I %  a.liKr-I Maw York, rt, %  %  : •">•< Oi a trade mark Hcairtir in rmprl of al wnlihr. the i '••' DISTILLING i iff an lied u nder fti M„nli..,l. m I^.inaloi. m Part "A" of %  holic bevcradc. be entitled %  M ii-. r-.ri ahall tl i .1. ph. ne • M'n %  ML unli :.,",.ir.tion. 7 tra.ir mark ca.i bo **en on appllrati lte.l thlawih day of Arml. IP1I II WILI.IAMK. n*fl>lrar of Trudr Mark" 1151 V*-> '•*•-. '*'•'*•.'.'•;'.'.;'.'.'*'.'*'.', West Indian & British llmd made Crafl-. Ai>|iquei. Hand li locked Beachworr, Decootlon llouae. Si .-.,!.Tel ll-H. ', ',V/rV/////rV/rM V&% {.HII.VTAI. SOl'lAIRS. < JEWEL! Nfw Shipment THANI'S SOl'lMHS. ( I Kills. JEWELS Nfw Shipmrnt oprnrd TODAYS NEWS FLASH Dim* ui your Fountain Pen* for NUI and RACK replacementa. Quo li the only Store filled with modern tool. Ml Pen tdnlM lOBNWm STATIONERV AMI ii.xitim'Aiti: H.:: Iii'i.l I! SERVICE TAB all poata before eiectln. A i-ii.U quantity of thla irrl.l .1:11 available OAI nOEKi. Bay St. IBC. per gallon. let Some To-day. Mill SALE Crane House Thl A(ii known eoMtaJ property with approx. U| MM including a Itch of beach is open to .Coin. >l. lll-kU.. A F S F V A %  I'hone 4640 PLASTATION-i BIILmNO Fl'RNITl'RK llilTUHC One V Di .II l5l intie ahop knuwi ILI\P lower Davrella Bd wlthta in--Data* thl* 3rd day of PBB; To:—B. A. HcLCOD. Kaq Poll.. Mapdrate. HMTMI A AGUSTA BRATIIWAm: fnr A, N B -Thi %  ouiii. %  cred at a Ucanaina Court in Or held al P..li.e CDUrl Dl-lri.l A the IMh day ..I Umj, IfMl. a *M*. t A MtU Police Map.ir b DM v %  M i Suit* %  STTNO-T*Pl*T-eperlenced commanctnd aalary |I00 00 per i-ionth rVPIST IMP .ih atlMMl e.penen.e rommoncing aalary Hi 00 par '> %  A*T -accuiaie al fuiUfM ineferably with previoiia eupprten.-e on lnvokrlna COrnii encliin uUi) PM M per month Writirn application Hatlnp ale anl NUM. HOUSES i nrr COTs Walei. Tf-.rI bedrnoma. front May to i Rina Q C WoenM IIM s.\iJ}s Gnu. lor our TOY BOOM Anpl% M peiwHi JOHNSON'S STATION. MY 3 5 51-311 MISCELLANEOUS MINT—Olive Bloaaom Stamp, of Bar bid... Will pay Mr each Mr perieci ...pie* 'Phon. Herbert Bay ley 17* lir.ATHrntl.!> The Crane, for J ind July Phone MrA. D Herbert 1 11 M-4n TO IXT-ln Marina Garden, tar I norilha. fully furnlahod. H.Ikeepi"; apaitmei i wllh .pa c Mui verandah*. Wnie BOB a M C Advocate Ca 3 1 M .' %  i.ovr A i oi \ LOST ( .-I.i .,1 C.n %  .-I Mirror. %  OrVMO f". I PUIed Wat,. %,,„,H :/lperalor u. perfect working BhTtrir Lamp. Children Bedate bed. Cradle Plea*. PrrWi,, Bhalvo*. nil painted While. Lard-i Kitchen Cabinet. Braaklait Table anl Chair. I-Bunier Valor OH Stove and IKati. Preaaurr Cooker. Vale-. Kllche-i ItenalU HoctrK Toaater. Iron and otba~ llama Bale II .. BRANKKR. TROTMAN CO. Aurllonecri roil SALE Mi He 11; lleiurr UllMTl'RE I Mahooanv DIMM able Ho ml •> M0 00 I Calanalik able iPlnei .to neat !>• M0 00. Mahogany Wardrouo |50 00 Phone ail LIVESTOCK COW One Zebu Hulaleln Cow lo ealve t three week. Gave M pmu wllh third %  If C. Branch, near Payne. B.iad. M-kmain, St. Michael MJH—in. M1SCM,I.ANEOUS the treatment of dtaorder. ol ihe n MM m..d Rr-.all Kidney ldder Pilli Pike I I Dot. OblaliI KNIGHT'S LTD M 51 Jiv IIM IN r-iiiiit I.I n A MA-rntt-s cw PM0O Dial 5001 Mclleth. Beauout. KMOMJI 4 1B1-J. GAL\A.M -1 I.i IIIhe liland I. fl MO* 7 fi |5M. I fl M.TI 10 (I M *0 I A IIAHM %  .v CO., LTD. 4 1 11I f ii. LITE SAVERS Frrah pha loui Ufe SaverLfe Wild Cherr-. Pero-Mint and Pit* flavour*, ."rice term* per II..n BRUCE VKATHttUIKAl) LTD, POWDERED MILK that. Holland"PIMM Milk Top* In boiler cf the boat: Hi" Powdered y .. i p.. Gel il (or rill look alivo milk AaK for MM— Jn I'lllSflMI The public j %  heraby %  ad .-,, %  By *a. I -iT.. MUUAS I 'IIILIIPS. i. I do not hold my Mil reaponaiblo for •M eUe eo. irartlna *Jt| iOM %  %  CI.ABFNCV HOUSE. ". %  I SI1.IT \ Tudor M 'IAS A Co i...: K... .. In 1 .!'. MM nl .' .Stree'. Ill 00 M 4 SI 7 %  %  lungir.-Olev" Moth Kin. Wardrobe li I* MO time, more ptTortPi ban Moth Hall. KNIGHTS LTD 3 5 51In III palalalilr preparalWrn containing W. by volume of Vitamin Te.led Cod Uv" Oil. KNIGHTS 1TI1 IJJH 1> NOTICE RAKHADOK S.P ( A. Ttw SI'CA. Phone N usp'-nded until fn.ihcr nolicr. Messages for the Inspeclor will be taken ;il 2fi73 l-'twreii the hours ui 0 a.m. und & p.m. unit ,it 08—Britlons Hill Police ffoni 5 p m. lo 8 C. WA1X.OTT. Hun. Secretary. May 2ml WAV/VAVrWWAV//> Advertise... It Pays Demerara Life lo Award Medical Scholarship to Deserving Student Moral Duly of Beneficiary lo Return and Serve (omniunity Mr. Perry C Society's Makes Animuiimmnl Annual Meeting ,u Mr. Percy C. Wight, O.B.E.. Chairman of Iho Dcmorara Mutual Life' Assurance Society, announced at the 59th annual general meeting of members yesterday, that the Society will award a medical scholarship, of 11300 per annum for six years, to a qualified candidate who lacks the means to enter the University Colltg. of the West Indies. The Chairman pointed out that there will be no conditions to the scholarship which will be tennblt ..' lit WX University College, other than those normally attached to open scholarships awarded by the Univrr.ied that the Society will expect that tl., beneficiary will look upon it as a moral duty to return and serve the community after qualifying. (iov.il Barbados Yarht Club NOTICE .-ire invited to Silent Coloured •me Show lo be kindly itafed on Friday. 4th May. 1931. at 6.15 p.m. by Mr Thomas B. Walnwright. M -riken durtraveli la Canada h.diei. By order of. The Committee of Man' T. BRICK : Manager 4 Secretary. Mr. Wight was moving the adcption of the upon if thl Bf> clety—a report which disclosed lAothai year of progress Other, present Ml Ihe mceUiiK ware Dm-ctor*—the HonK K UcDavld, C M 0., C.B E.. and Capt. G. H. Smellic, Messrs A. >ves, C. I.. €le Freltas, F. A Seaford. It. K. Sleele und P W King. O I! K with E. C. lnnlss. rotary and II. Cannon, asslst_nt secretarv Menil*nu-Mcssri J. J. Hutt. Mamlull. A. S. Oulndge. S N McAllister, J. Joseph, R N Ciilleii'ler. A. Dickie. R. M Wight. C P. Wight. J A CuMiiUll. V, I. Edmonds und II J. Runyan. Moving the adoption of the report the chairman said: "Gentlemen. Once again I have much plea*ure to present to you the report of the directors i>n (hi transitions of the Bockfty '"' the year 1950. The report has been reproduced in the Press and no doubt everyone must have '.bserved the steady progress being made by the Society. "The new issue for thr yaai again exceeded the million and half dollar mark, being 1.039 pcliciev assuring $1,618,990 an annual premium income of S92.341.90. as compared with the prartoui year when the isMied 1.016 policies assuring SI.544.530 with an annual premium income of $89.305 70 "Claim* duiing the yr.ir totalled 73 policies assuring 1142,058 including bonus additions This is slightly higher than the DTCVifMal yenr and must be considered n mal. The maturing of 213 polii resulted in the sum of S332.252 being paid out. Those bring the total claims paid out by the So%  ea its inceptinn to $8.485.821. Kiih-Miiti.il Sum Added To Assurance Fund The ratio of expenses of management (including commission account) to premium receipts i* IT', as against 16.0% In 1949 Thd> average yield on the assur MNI fund for the vear worked out at 4.88'". ai against 4 83 in 1949. I might mention that %  .ige yield for the foui years of ihe P T EM HT I qul nq ip fll mum is 4 88% which WM satisfactory Indeed. As a resul of thitransactions for the yen the substantial sum of $392.53' has been added to the uMuranci fund which now stands at $6,110,'— arrpth' faariin •Al the lasl iMparal m the Society on April 2f>, IW'iO, Mi Arthur Davis moved a mot lor which '.SMS fully lupportfid by UB members present. Inviting thl Board to cOMtdCT the grant of some four, ol sihi 1 iship as a public benefaction from the fund; of trie Rocloty; and the Board ther giivo an assurance that this fUgsjMtlon would iconstdtred ml have givau .,) %  • -fn" msideraUon to this mgrW and hlla what mind was a schoUirship to provid* training for a non-p career, the directors fei I that tin bail interests of thip of this Society would be sorvct at the present time by ihe award n.-larchip ten.i'.:. ; Collcgi -•/ %  I } fifj btCtl uiipreiecd by the anna made by the Vtifj Fl I ilk pal ,.i!-' %  i %  %  Guian.i to hold entrance exam. %  %  % %  hare are without the means to enter the Umvi "The Board have accordingly decided in keeping Waft their undertaking At the last general meeting to award a m to be styled the "Den:. tual Life i candidate to 1. selected bv th l/nivemily nuthr i |) those qualified for ftntrai The vulur* of thr ip will be such sun not cEcceding £300 per annum f->r six may be fixed by t)u • authorities. Ciood-uill Geslure To Community "There will be no i-hotarship other than finally attaching to open/ •I crane whli b gesBOOM BOARD lor Gentlemen 0 OP* Seasonable term, tor pennaI.'. Apply Caauaiina tte*idrniial I MM, T*l Mil I S SI—Jn AKX TPTKETS Se.W. L 3U0 lo M t> IM1 M IXIO Mil I. ftaa> M1. P OUR. Ml K 131. 71 M MTP. O MS*. JMU. m S IMilaU, IISJ nil M HI! O WU IUvde. plrase return Hii.r b> Ad. -ir CS I — ,r,l .-llered 4 S II—tn iiI. II -: inawarded by the Unii iMtv. but thia Soci.-tv win expect that the beneflciary svilt accept it to be a moral mity to return to British Guiana and serve the community In his profession after he qualifies. I trust that the members will .nut eadorei tins dsclflo the Board have mode, a lure of goodwill and service t Ihe community as a whole Before I CaOaa my uddress. I would like to ploce on record rr.v thanks to the director Im then optrattan and the staff for their loyal service "With these remarks gontlcm. : I formally move the adoption ol ii..' report ind altar it has been 1 phall l"' pleased to answer any questions membeu may cure to ask." The adoption of the report was .econded by Mr. Hutt who said It was gratifying to note thai pna hud decided to award the scholarship It wai very good that il should come from the Society, and it would go abroa'i he said, that Iho Societ %  only looking after the life of its meml>prs. Imt was looking after the moulding their offspring to %  em ihe community Several Reuilutions Adopted Several resolutions were adopted during the afternoon's business. One. moved Hutt and seconded by Mr. CslIcndor. proviiled for the i %  -ele. tion of three retiring director*. U,-. : tv IVMV Wiu4. Steel,ami McDavid itition moved by Mr HUM and MfMOded by Mr. n. M.I Wight, flxeii the dlrecton remuneration at $4,000 for the, ensuing year; $1,000 for the chair-: naa and IM00 u. ba dlvWaW Mie other titreeti Messrs Fltrpatrick Orahan and Co ware n'-electod auditoion the motion by Mr. R. M Wight seconded by Mr RamlaU their remuneration wai pas*ed at $1,440 on a n Mr. Callendor and teeonded by Mr C IV Wight Mi. C. PWight moved, that 'he meeting approves of appropriation for donations to cliarlty. to •h<> extent of $2,535 foi 1 .iid of a %  .urn not excee-iing that amount for the curu'rit year This was seconded by Mr. Hult and adopted. The Chairman, bofoi. ag thanked members for receiving the report so satisfactorily and endorsing the rccom mendation made to grant U* •chnlarship. He r.iid it had certainly afforded the dirntoi tren Btuch pleasure that the members had done so. and he assurer! the that the Colony would benefiti materlallv by that step. Mr Wight added that he wasj sratcful to Mr. McDnvid for) rhig the Professors and. the amount of trouble ho h."S' 'nken over Ihe matter, and he fell! tori would wish him lo nxpress their thanks to Mr ( McDavid Mr. Percy Wight He-elected Chairman At a meeting of the held "flei-wards, Mr. Percy Wight was unai elected chairrran for the cnnuiig yeir. / u finni Talks In Jamaica ...... %  .. KINGSTON M 3 The mat aiaatlB| of Iho l-ibour lU*nr\t of lluWeal Indies which Is bcin. established to r,..ordin.it,Iha Untied States farm lubour pio iranuna win be held in Jaaalcd thll month It will IM.ittende 1 by ropraaasatatieaa of vanoupartiCipotatUJ OOIOBAM and by Mr I Thompson. otonlal Attache of the British Embassy, Washington "> made an ovt-nnghl stop at i.n: alea Laal niahl on the way lo Bat lo %  Hand Iho naaaUng C rlbbean CommlMion of aiuch hi is .i oMmbor. The ostablbhinent of the Board am recommeockad at a KM of the Briti h Wi t in.ius Lobour OrBeora held in J.iin.iK.i in DefMBnbeT. CHARGED WITH MANSLAUGHTER Hi.ithw.iite, a labourer I St. Philip, to charged by the *olice with manslaughter m run ncction with Helenna Muliins* liath. Tin .1 by Capt. I B tii.mi ..! ii inest into circumstances of Mulllns' deaih which WM adjourned sine die yesterday bv Coroner C. L. Walwyn. Mulllns died while on her way tinGeneral Hospital from thu St Philip's AlmshoiLsion April 26 A past marirm exummation rbl rncil the DOXt day by Dr. A s Cat" m tinHoapllaJ Mortuary and death was allribul ed lo a frui tiirrd skull £6 DAMAGES AWARDED pwJudgement lo the amount ol IB was awarded l<> plaintiffs ((ere*ford Bennett and Eldica Benneil el Bank Hall. St Mi< h ie| by .ludu J W It Chenery in the Court Of Original Juiistlli I M:!.T day I.IMI'1.1 Bannatt and Eldici Bennttl broughl %  COM agilnst Kbene/er Alleyne plio of It ink Hall claiming duniugrs to the amount of [50. They said In evidence thai Alleyiie on Mann 29. damaged 80ti holes of lugu..ane and IB holes i.| banana trees. RATES OF EXCHANGE Plan Welcome lor Itutttamanie Hon. William bustamante. Prime Minister of Jamaica, is expected n %  <• here on Sunday at 8.20 a m. He will take part in ihe tnoitlM ,.f Ihe Caribbean Commission which starts on Monday. A reception Committee hag been set up and arrangements have In-en made for a programme of activities tor him during his visit here. A public welco m e U planned for him on his urriva) ut Senwell Airport Durhaf next week he will he taken on a tour of the b and several receplionpi are being stringed for him. He is BJM •chedulad bo addn %  %  public meeting at Queen's Park during thl week Cunudiuii Govl. >\ill No! Interfere OTTAWA. May 3 The Canadian Government doe* u il plan to interfere with the award nsada by tt< grtaitrMoi b settling the wage-hour dispute thai ktd to u nlne-ilus BOMTa! ru>lwa> stiike lias t year. I'linii Minister St. I-nirent told tl" C< mmons yesterday. He wouli ii. ask Parliament In intervene OFFICIAL NOTICE MM *: • IN mi oi %  oi i ii wi i i' v.' 'W* I do ni i %  ui or atlaiUnT the e I %  ported on and ia>>< i mwl prim n.iaiis iiritnr.ST H %  %  U.r.-a..., i ,vf on r\ THAT reby alve noii.e la all .fobraae* ' of Iho aefendanlai "*eii* and between Hie hour* of .. .1..L.,.. i.n lre %  'I any darree and ba .( the -ill "I *T)YS LBWI>< MAP -and plan'Ihe S'e.'fc-i %  I Bill 'led MM rtaled *il May 1*JI i Aleian.lrr (libaon I iHad r. ..i* and — i rba fame i SHIPPING NOTICES ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. -AIMM. rmN AHirSBDAM M.S. Otarne.la.l-10 Mas Hr-', MS Ronalra III, Ma. Iff I M S Bonaire n< Mils,. ,, % TBIMIIAII I i I k \< \o \M. nvi vi, MS lliai.le.ta.1 Mil. Ma.. a p MuaBun, SON I CQ B.W I. SCHOONER OWN ERR A8SOC., INC. Tele. 4047. FRENCH LINE t lc Gle Trans*tUntlque MI mo TO ENGLAND FRANCE i. UKXrOMB, Mav 12. 1951. .'-I I.n. i*. Martinique, Go ulrl.iiipc ind Antigua < iCIMMlW GRITSE f OLOMBII Mm 31th. IMI. I •undid I .i Giulrs, CM%  arao. Cirlagena and \ . litnr. I'.iss. inters Oatgo ind M*H R.M.JONF,S&('o..Ud. AGENTS Phone ::: 3814 PASSAGES TO EUROPE MILK POWDER LONDON Fond Minister Maurice WOhb told the House of Commons thai milk pOWOOr hi one of the mall' iinjrclicnlN "f Hutain's pre.ent il.. l-el s.iuv.ifce "How much milk powdei con lput In bofbre %  sausage IteciMne a raara bun?" Wahb refused to answer Conservative member's question —I.N.8. In Touch With Barbadoi Coast Station CAIU IANI) WUUUSMS iW I < I.I.I t.Uvl** Ih.l rhoy tan ooo eainmunp-ali svllh Ibe following >hlpi througn (bell P.rbad— Cnaat dHatlor. .< K...I A.nher.t. %  (laatogi--. Ag-n.e.,M->". • %  Tlndra. a Cap" Hndnr. U HeeiitM. *Bab-n % %  lloli.. • Ailll... %  • I'apr.idreibl . Bamoiia. £ C*a Klehi MAY J IMI . %  Mfesn ii ^ il. ei DMMM) Ihafi. II 11% pr Slghl Orafl, |l 1 CSl I 1.1 Bare^u*. a %  %  • Oervaia. %  ReOatona. %  • l.iHll" %  Motmerland .a Mor.ilni l.lgtil • S Cecil... I LoMs An*M Una a • llai-e-i" Monxlnl %  Knur) L.I-" il "and T. r.it**Wr. %  • l*W< Cuba if rauador. • > AJM M . s*.. The usual uorti of call are Dublin, London, or Rotterdam Single fare £70; usual rcducUot) for cht.drcn. We lire now in a position to Hike .are of your orders foi GUN METAL FITTINGS. TUB: CEJVTMAL t Mi'oitit i# (Central roundly Ltd..—IVoprlrlun.* Cnr of Broad ATudor Btratti -EMSMWiaiWMSiSeiWSfK^iKWWI'.ilt^I'SV-tlWSWKWSSSlJSsWS-I Arroiiv MANAGBBS J. Take iln. opportunity of olitniniiiK v|U '. 'I.... .MM-HI-. IN GALVANISED & STEAM PIPE lianf.irH* (rum U" upwards ^* MILD STEEL Flath", Rounds. Squares In nil Sires BOLTS & NUTS All Sin. FILTER CLOTH White Cotton Twill At PRICES lhal cunnot be repeated. : Tho n\mt urns i tn Mm i it*. White Turk Road. SI. Michael 28 y WILLIAM FOtiARTV LTD. a cfjDjV&Jjy QahpztA add lit lluil Huh' touch of ordvri'd canlhal gives a HOME — its Charm WF. HAVE JUST RECEIVED — B. M. K. 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^ MAC ARTHUR QUIZZED BY SENATE Investigation took place behind closed doors . Russia Can Launch Punishing Attack" Upon Jupan WASHINGTON, May 3 GENERAL McARTHUR this morning began to testify in private before a Joint Committee of the Senate on his policy for the Far East. The Press and general public were excluded A censored transcript of the proceedings was being made available page by page for publication The Oeneral walked through applauding crowds to face his interrogators. Pickets evidently protesting against the hearing being closed to the public appeared outside the Senate Office building carrying placards "We don't want a Truman rig ged hearing "Don't cover up blunders with secrecy," and "Russia knows our secrets, why can't we?" Corridors were roped of? and Ktcd with police guards as the nrr.ii entered and stepped Into lift to take htm to the CommitAttlee Denies RedslJsedU.K Materials LONDON, May 3, Prime Minister Attlee toda> denied in the Commons that strategic materials from Britaii had been used by Chinese Com munisli againt British troops u Korea. Opposition members who had intended to demand debate this subject next week are now partly calmed. But some am. pressed, anxiety after Attlee hud said some rubber was being sent to China. But It was doubted if the: would be completely satisfied by a detailed account of goods supplied to China this year, whlcn Attlee said Sir Hurtle-. Bh cross. President of the Board of Trade would give next week. Answering Winston Churchill Attlee laid the future policy on the export of strategic materials would be in full accord with United States policy not only on rubber, but on other materials. heutrt tfc Ike" Would Oppose MAC NEW YORK. May J. General Dwight D. Eisenhower would accept Democrotic nomination for the Presidency in 1M2 if Republicans put up General Douglas MacArthur or Senator Robert A. Tafl. a veteran Washington correspondent predicted here. —Reuter I'M Orel leak came from the Committee room when Sent Hugh Bullir < Republican Nebraska) quoted General Mac Arthur as telling the Committees he believed that Russian Forces in Siberia were fi defence only. MacArthur said he doubted Russia could have occupied Japan as a result of the removal of United fltntes garrison troop* to Korea. Japan could not tx taken except by amphil>iou>. effort. He said Russia had Ihe capacity to launch ii "punishing attack* upon Japan though he did not believe the could overrun Japan until she had command of the sea and air. "How long she would be able to maintain the effort in all-out war there is of course speculative", he said "My own opinion Is that li u-ould rnt be too long 1 believe that their efforts would deteriorate from the beginning of hostilities. MacArthur quoted various estimates of So\iet air strength In the Far East hut figures e"ete deleted from the transcript. Most uf UaCS aircraft were lighters. Of these moM were ids aji I aftlT excellent, he said. Hussia probably sulTertHl greatly from the lack of maintenance facilities and petroleum supplies. MacArthur asserted that l few additional ground troop*. could finish the fighting in Korea ked up by "full capacity" a ked up by naval effot "Monty" Sees Pope VATICAN CITY, May 3. Field-Marshal Lord Montgomery, Deputy Supreme Commander of the Atlantic Pact forces had a 25 minute privaf audience with Pope Pius XII today. Montgomery arrived here on Tuesday for military inspection and talks with the Italian Government and Service Chiefs. He is expected to return to Paris tomorrow. —Heater. Eleetoral Reform TEHERAN Ma\ 3 Persia's new Prime Mm isM Dr M Kthamcd Mossadeq. told the Majlis t Parliament) to-day that he intended to Introduce electoral and municipal reform besides nationalising the Persian oil industry. — Reuter He said his connections with tht I Uong were largely nominal and his channel of tommunlcn tlnn was defined as United States Army Chief of Staff He allege! lhat his reports to the Untied Nations were censored by State and Defence Departments. Earlier he said thai he believed 0) On Page I. SEAMEN REFUSE TO WORK WELLINGTON. New Zealand. Maj .t British merchant seamen to-day refused to work. They made their decision at .t meeting called to discuss the tenweek-old dock strike for more pay during which Government hns de-registered the waterside Workera' Union In Auckland the main troublcspot In the strike, between 200 and 300 members of new Unions wenl to work to-dav escorted by the biggest force of Police and service i^ien ever seen there.-Reuter. 11,000 Join Up WKLLINC.TON. May a More than 11,000 people hav joined an emergency m lulluv. log the lead of an entnr Dutch Legation staff. The organisation was formed after the Prime Minister of Holland called on Monday lor a force to combat •attempts to overthrow art Ofdtfl) Government by lout-' —Reuter LIE ON WAY TO U.S. LONDON. Mav 3. eral Trygve Lie New * P** week-end. the West Berlin Tele graph said today News of the arcident had only |u*t become known, the paper said. —Reuter Ben Gui-ion In U.S. WASHINGTON Mav S. Israel Piime Mmister David Ben Gurion arrived henfrom Tel Aviv to-day fo, a three weeks' visit to the United S ate*. H will discuss Israell-Amcricai relations with Presiden Truman —Reuter TIN DROPS SINGAPORF. Produc.ion of tin concentrate* in the Federation of Malaya for the first quarter of this year amounted to 10.393 tor the lowest since tha quarter of 1949. The t-vport figure for the quarte: was 18.379 tons compared will 18.914 for the Her today said that four Israeli soldM'i* were killed yesterday and that United Nations observers were m the demilitariseo zone checking casualties. He said firing was going on in the southern demilitarised none where Syrians fired on Israeli workmen in th e Arab village ol Nukeib. The bodies of 20 Syi.. found Inside Israeli territory today, on the scene of vesterday'fl battle west of the demilitarised rone, the spokesman added. An Israeli ommunique last night claimed that Syrian fore who crossed into Israel about half mile west of the demilitarised zone were engaged by Israeli forces and driven back —Reuler O'Duyer Replies MEXICO CITY. May | William O'Dwyer. United Stale* Ambassador to Mexico .'ince autumn, answering accusali that he contributed to organised crime while Mayor of New York City, said here to-day that his critics were trying to discredit hir for "reasons unknown". —Reatei 20 ARRESTED : lS0— Hester TOKYO. avitti rntons attempts to ii.'errupt a cutside to-day. and a corresponding There were a few small it oka up %  cremony are here riPTEEN YEAR OLD Yvouns Msaort of St Patnafcl Be ha. I receives from Mr. Albert V. Merer* vice Consul of the Unite* State*, an album of Jo Stafford record*. "Negroes In U.S.A." Win Prize For 15-Year Schoolgirl YVONNE PADMORE, 15-year-old St. Patrick's School Kir), won last week's competition "Whut aspen of life in the United Stales interest-, me moat The competition is sponsoud by Miss Jo Staff r?ti s show over the "VMrw of America", It IB a weekly feature, and Yvonne is the first Barbadian to win it. Yesterday sho received from the Vice Consul of the United Stales of America, Mr Albert V. Nyren, an album of Jo Stafford's records sent for her by Miss Stafford. King George Opens Festival Of Britain I By R B MAOLURCIM). LONDON, Hay 3 I^INO OEOROE VI and his Queen drove in state through cheering crowds to-day to open the Festival of Britain, nationwide celebration of the centenary of the great exhibition of 1861 Millions of their subjects, many of whom had slept on the pavements all night, jammed the street* of London to give a wild enthusiastic start to the six months long festivities, planned to show that the country can conquer its postwar perils and hardships 2,000 Dockers Still Out In L.K LONDON. Mav 3 Labour unrest eaattnuad lo-day rnoiig British arms worker* and ncker* Ovei 2,000 Manchester uocket-. voted tO continue the >trlke bCRiin a week ago after two men were suspended In QlaMOS) 3,000 dockers were asked by their Union to ban overtime until employers grunted recoinition lo a branch comprising clerical grades and rrnnemen. About 1,000 %  nnameM workers employed m the Royal Arsenal In London continued theu week-oiii %  tonian lcause one worker re. fused to Join the Union. Other (vukiiiea men have ••ecu Idle be>uler Greek Parliument For Dissolution ATHENS. May 3. The C.teek P-iliamcnt. elected In March IBM, IK to be dissolved New elections will be belt) W pWiii t ie i 15 This wi. agree-1 to-night I i Deputy Premier Popardreou. (DemoeraUe Socialist), and Ciencral PlaMlras. I^ttd.KPKK cCentn Part] arho tooei ej ttgvs. rnajorftf in the Houi —healer %  I in the sqna -K.iil Dr. m rr.i r i KVATT E^all Ht-lainS k al MELBOURNE. Mav 3. Oountin* more vote* has not changed the expeeled final reaul'. nf the Australian eV^-tions held on April 28—a slightly reduced Government majority In Ihe House of Representative! and a mi 32 to 2A in the Senate. Pmjil figures for .til representative seats and (or pafty represent, alion in the Senate will not be known for seven.. Deputy Leader of the Laboui Party and former United Nation*' Assembly President Dr H V Fvatt. will retain hi* seat at Barton, New South Wales— fteattr Culv|>so0niM sings very well. Yvonne said that she likes to listen t<> the Voice of America", and to hear Mu.. StafToid's songs, the winning letters fur the competition read The records received were "Alone together." Sometimes Unhappy," Ye*terduy", Walkin' My Biby Hack Home" and four olhei pMCH Tlie aspect of life in the United St.ite* which Interest* Yvonne mo.t The way In which negroc aj treated. she 'old Ml* Stafford. Ilei letter shows tho" in PairHeld Cross Road where she lives, ids ma guv I lies and books on colour prejudice ami listen pa Ihe Voleei of America, she has been dning a lot of thinking on her subject "I am always grateful to the Voice of America", for the chance of hearing how negroes there live hat in being donv in help promote their stand.irris of life," he wrote She finds it a pleasure to hear nd read about the way they are illowed to display their natural talent, whether it is in the form if taxing, acting or singing She thinks much of how tmlgranl* from Barbados live in America She calls them "Our boys." She said that "Our boys bt'Highl back reports of how they were Irealed and how evtry man, ol every possible race il % %  van a chance !<• mske his w* HI Mfe When Yvonne gnu hold of one lately from America, she like* tc be told of life out there and she hopes that some day Barbadian ram will be able to emigrate to the United Stales Mr. Nyren told her that xhe had done well to win the competition He IWped, stte would like the souvenir J"" •ent hei .pen carriage. •SCOHed b) hoi semen of the Household Cnv airy in shining breB-ipiat ueu.King tieoigc madi hi* speech declaring Ihe Festival pan The Royal Salute or 41 mi', was fired und bells pealed The King described the Festival s a symbol of Britain's abiding courage and vitality II nad been planned as a visible sign of nalionI ii achievement and eonAdencf • lh this Festival we look baik witli pride and forward With r* hlttOQ* he said l.c us pray that hy God's good grace, the vast range of modern knowledge be turned from de%  tru.tive to peaceful ends so that all people*! as this century goes on ma> lie lifted"—RsHter Woman Gradually Becoming Man Indian Party Plan Split" NFW DELHI, May 3. Prime Minister Jawsharlal fchru met 4fl rebel CongreeB mem hers to-day to nv te vMvenl a ie-eleclion spill In the allpowerful Indian National C0B< tteafl Pert) Hebels are threatening lo (nrin a new "Democratic Front" Parly which would stand in opposition -> Congi ess at elections n .* vornbei Men.bets ol the Congress Psity form the central Government a< w Delhi and In all slate* which IHS an elected leglslatuie tletiela tad already for.ned a "demucrnlie null" last year as a kind of back> bench opposition wing within th" ongress par! .• itself -heater Reds Fire On U.N. Patrol Near Seoul sal TOKYO. May United Nations unvoureu id north.-.! %  : S. 'o-da>. let strong reslstame loi ;h' fir %  ne in row dffyi Planes operating with the patrol, spotted other Urge groups and called for air strikes Allied pilot, had earlier reporter heavy motor truffle on N'oill Korean made during the night hen they sighted 2.700 rehtctei Communist forces encounterc %  orthesst of Seoul today poured mall arm* fire into the petrol Tanks and aircraft eu*ed many Chinese casual ties, the Eighth Army said. Another Task Force patrolling e road to Uilngbu met alro&l CoraenuaM toe 2 DsUta uth 0' the village, its obie.Uve Un|te:l Nations patrols to the northwesi Of Seoul, again engagcl eU-m-nt of an estimated Conin.uui*' regiment This time they fereed Communists to withdraw to the north TM F'Tth Air Foree pilots clalriUHl to have killtit or wound ed nearly SOW Communist troons yesterday. ^00 of them by n single drike north of Seoul hy land-t>B*ed BlgrlM plane—Reuter. Sack Acheson Move Now On WASHINGTON. May %. A powerful group of Hepuhh cans and Southern Democrats in Congress are preparing a drive to forte the dismissal nf Secretary of State Acheaou. Many supporters of the administration are apprehensive of the attempt The group proposed to den; funds lo pay Acheson'a salary after June 30 They aven contemplate halting the State Department budget for 1052 while Arhrson remain*.— h*Uter French Comitiuiiirtt Party Splitting B* IIABOLD KIM. PAItIS, Mat 3 France* new breakaway Communist group. Ihe "Communist Movement" now listed as one the country's political parties was believed lo have received m more Ihsn 3,000 or 4.000 Tradi 'Jnionlst sdhorenls to dale. leaders of the movement, form er Communist parly meniben issued a manifesto yesterday 111 tailing the parly "foi it* uncondU tional surrender lo Moscow" and railing for the defence of France igalnst all aggressor* Lea.lei of the breakaway >-. 4.t year old Charles Lstmolne "The French Communist M 1 merit" itarted In the coal mining area oV Northern Pranc where eoul. tv-Klile and steel VQrfcei iiave always iieen revolutlona<>' Dnd nationalist This revolt U In pait against the antl-nstinnalist pOlKB ol the c^Tlclul C'nmniunl-t Party i*^*Vvv,' rf V',A',VV' 1 AV>V>' l ^V/s>*sV>*A HOXOIH t YA V>W\ SOLDIER ROME, May 3. Soil from 800 burial ground* rnme to the tomb of the Unknowh Soldier to-d iy and President Einaudl held there j solcm' "peace and universal brother hood" service Mothers and widows of the fallen soldiers had brought grngll uins with earth trom Hie Military Cemetery, from throughout the country ind from Italian roineteriev abroAil —ReuUr THE ADVOCATE"' pay. fer NF.WS DIAL 3113 Day or Night KAItACIII. May 3 hil „ r led Mil tw .;iv n Aj.id Kashmir terrltni> ccording lo a report received MM to-day Irom Pulanderi Tinreport said the weman %  vry distressed" was attending tegular Iy a hospital unit In the rea The reiiori added that hair was growing on her CtssB and upper lip. Her voice was thickinlng and other male character111ie% were appeal .tig. Medical men in Kirarhi said modern hormone treatinci.t could in most cases retard sexual trsn. formations of this type Keuter PARUAMEW DISSOI.\ f/> AMMAN. Jordan. May S. King Abudallah to-day. disIhum Miss Stafford had solved the Jordan 1 Cuba Wants U.K. Owned Railways Nationalised HAVANA, Cuba. May I Prenident Piio announced to-day he would ask the Cuban Congress for nationalisation of the British-owned Uniled Railways of Cubn. The announce.nent was made at the Presidential Palace after the President had reached an agreement with leaders of two big strikes, one involving the nationalisation Issue But the statement which said — — • %  ihe President would send an "urgent meaaege' lo OongTeaa, gave no details and *>*t*)e>*ge*}fls*)t4)*9^



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PACI ni" BARB MMis \nv<>< \n liiinw M\V I IKI Qwrib fiaUinq Bridgetown Players Again Bridget own Ptojn lion It Theatre May 16 This play hau a long and cessful run in in* West End U.S. Surgeon rjR LOCIS T wHioiir I,onHon It %  Retirement ', and a i other successful piny* Mr. Perev'i •1 name u Edv and he has served as i v i use .4 Con. The play is one of I auepenso *ith never a dull I,,.' I %  o ol thtf leading pill i Mi Btaydon Mi Charles Howe and I> the Gencnii Be prepared li i MISpi'li | To-morrow'* Fair Matthias Assistant Curate Fund she-ild do well '. *55 pf the rram • :Fan at the Hastings hZS ££ d ty "* F#rt A "<** tcmotww. judgmg from the aZrJSPffSL m ? rn n ,m ih *" man> %  tall and side shows that 'o the island and spent *ill be in operation Needlework. as guesU of Dr. household, rakes, books, plants, Seoit of Woodices and drinks will be on sale in. ind l *rftt#tl by Edw< Street. i WothSurReom of Harlem HnsI ml B.B.C. Radio Programme MB AND MRS W BRADSHAW were at Seawall yesterday to mMt Miss Csrin Oldby and Mr Erik Ohlison. Mr. Oblason Is Inspector Oanaral in South America of A/B Alvldaberg*. Industrial They ar rived by K.WLA. y*Wrday from Trlnldsd D R AND MBS. K KUCZYN Ne* Exhibition (pronounced Kooehin<-j-HR next exhibition u nong the passengers M" First Vi.ii ERIK A OHLSSON. sj at %  ing Ihe passengers 1 Museum begin* "today for 1 W I present tit Barbados. He M Q iscagne from (l(ur WPOkl n „ of Children's An Inspector General In South Amcr%  rday. Dr. Kuczynski trom Greal Britain and bj shown ica of A B Alvldaberg* Industrie' has come to take up in appointby arran gement with lh BrttHh Sweden, representatives of F.n:. pflMtr %  Hi" Council In an adjoining room are Original Odhncr and Halri I His last appointsni im phi ol Children's Art from ufactUrers of Adding and Calcula'.Ba Resident Surgeon at the various West Indian Colonies ing michines Accompanying hin Princess Margaret Rose Hospital which makes an interesting comIs Miss Carln Oldby wit, In Edinburgh. parison. The exhtbilion of paintstrates ihe working of the OF. KUTTEL '"f 9 bv Sybil Atteck. the Trinid id m;ichmes. At Seawell to meet them irtlst which has attracted much were Mr and Mrs. W Bradshaw. st'IRr iVl (Mrs liaydstM'l daughter). who arrived' from Paris yesterday attention contii Qstassjas) will ba In the West Indies until July. Her husband who rx an art director with Phillips radio in Paris is coming to Barbados, In July for a short holiday. In Paris Mrs. de Kultel is a representotive of "I^ncome" French perfume manufacturers. Sho has with her samples of their % %  test perfume "Magic" which she .. U Ufc N I after her holiday hilt Mi-de Kultel uttndl visiting t \ bQ> HWIA accompanied by Mr and Mrs. Cecil Hope-Ross. Mr Hope-Ross 1* Manager of Meswii D Hopcttoss in Trinidad. Here for a i.hort holiday they arc all staying at the Ocean View Hotel Pre-retirement Leave A FTER working in the Guv.inment Service for Ihe past 33 V i; Innlss, of "CarH.iv Street, has now gone on leave prior to retirement. Her ;asf post was in the Registrar's Office where she was In < the Record branch. ntil 14th May Of KlTTKI Mr Bradshaw is his agent ir Barbados This is Mr. Ohlsson'first visit to Barbados. Slttc< the;. loft Sweden, the> haw vi.iuPris, London, New York, Ce.ilni U'uba, Trinidad and now. Barbados. When they leave here they will visit the F W.I. Puert< Rico and Jamaica in their circuit north. Mr. Ohlsson's headquarters are In Rio de Janeiro. With Cable and Wireless TMIANSFERRED to the engineering staff of the Hnrhados Branch of Cable and Wireless after a snell in Nairobi Is Mr Normaa E Walter who. accompanied hv his wife nnd daughter arrived from England yesterday bv the Ga*eogtr. . Mr. and Mrs Wilfred Alston's son Robin, who goes to school in England came in by the same r-hlD. Lighter bide I N ENGLAND, a conference 00 the West Indies is being arranged. I understand, l>v ihe Council for Education In World Citizenship. The conferenev will probably take place In London In June. The serious topics will cover general problems allecting the West Indies. And for lightei cnloitainment Boscoe Holder, the famous West Indian dancer, will perform. W.I. Tour O FF to Grvn I.M %  i. Nurse F Udell. Chief Nursf ul the Coloifial Office, who Is oi an official tour of this area, uefor she returns to Barbados June 2 she will have visited AntlfUS It Kilts. Trinidad and Britisl (;.ii.im. She will remain here foi live or six diy before leaving foi England via the l.ahomas. Coming In fit m oG on Wednes%  Mi C H Burton an( Mr Cecil Jordan \l\ IM I III S OF I'lIM BY THE WAY T HE Government pciUirbed Rupert and the Ice-flower — 19 lid to be and I, are debarred from followby the ing ibe inquiry, which Is behind case Of tho butcher who gave away rlosed doors; but let us crouch soup, without having applied for behind this pile of old clothes In -i catering licence. It Is bvllcv, A Ihe passage, and prick up our that there are many people giving furry ears. There! Do you nSSdeJ at street-corners hear that'.' Canon Sparklegrass i> once or permit of demands that the Commission be given a model of Fumbling's Saia M high official yesterday nothing much wrong. In itself, with occasionally giving I hi nr.s to the old and destitute. I ,.; .1 should Ix.done through the h innels. after registration. -atlon for form 1871/364 T I 92 S-738 cd. which, correctly llllcd up, and witnessed by %  civil servant, entitles the B lo spply fni an interview, with a view to obtaining I iirv forms foi the gran", of a temporary licence." fi'lun,I cloKott dnon I MAGINE, detestable reader. this harassed Commission trying to decide what the Dorset i: i CommlttM can poss.' the ventilation a brtmlem twmipr hat. •nen's orchestr.i %  way at llic Chanson TriJle. We, bestial reader, you By BEACHCOMBER bilmless bowler lo study. "It wil all take time and trouble," h says, "but I. for one. am not afraii of a dreary task in the service of His last words are dnWDtsI by Sir Archer C'Zlpp") FastnerV mocking challenge; "Oh. go outside and wash a rhlr you want a dreary task r. ,%  %  ^' "> '^fe>,] %  >ioi.J Ruprn rcalitf ilu *roni nd ol ihe hill, bui he fin do nodnni id nop ihe lrd* Off b* tin (iy oui h 11 vhoi inn J w.o-driii. Guping sad btvaih'tfit, he urugglf ou: J'td wli up. To hit (iromihmrnt i (herilijl tic ii bc-iming JI him within %  touplr Ot yardi diiiane*. Ii i( |h riinnin* h.ire. Well, well." chatWI*. ihe trtaiUfl. Yea ..inn ? Hiv >un drcdr.l io look : u .rrlowsri. too ? " Plan* .. Hal lit yoj ulk.r-i ibaur ?" h;iprr* Rjpf well as other attractions—dart hoopla and lucky-dips Incidental lntel!i(ence hnse waste In sVcn4si \I AKING f a **** ' "*** IVIlson has a borne ^" A usually entails year leisraiea joined the Asaliminary spadawork '0"'lmie the eruis.. —Matarday Evening Past hack home — L.E.I* PA.XKTTA I^wer Braad Street IIIIISS AOI ATK til II II.MMI M.mb.r,C MATINEES; TO-DAY A TO.MORRO Wsl 5 pm I O Ml.II I III MOMIV1 Ml.HI il S in JAMES STEWART DRESSES of all Types N. y Jour nil A II \ .-..^-*Jlfl* LEWAYRES If*. tfiiMj > %  xi a^ -' IOUIS WOIHEIM : c j Plu. : LOCAL TALENT ON PARADE Willie lihl STAR DUST Walter Burkr SO IN MVE 1 i.mi-. ll>P-'lile ... SONG OF SONGS Ken Much II Ihtll. 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MAC ARTHUR QUIZZED BY SENATE
Investigation took place behind closed doors
.
Russia Can Launch
Punishing Attack"
Upon Jupan
WASHINGTON, May 3
GENERAL McARTHUR this morning began to
testify in private before a Joint Committee of
the Senate on his policy for the Far East.
The Press and general public were excluded
A censored transcript of the proceedings was being
made available page by page for publication
The Oeneral walked through applauding
crowds to face his interrogators. Pickets evidently
protesting against the hearing being closed to the
public appeared outside the Senate Office building
carrying placards "We don't want a Truman rig
ged hearing "Don't cover up blunders with
secrecy," and "Russia knows our secrets, why can't
we?"
Corridors were roped of? and
Ktcd with police guards as the
nrr.ii entered and stepped Into
lift to take htm to the Commit-
Attlee Denies
RedslJsedU.K
Materials
LONDON, May 3,
Prime Minister Attlee toda>
denied in the Commons that
strategic materials from Britaii
had been used by Chinese Com
munisli againt British troops u
Korea.
Opposition members who had
intended to demand debate
this subject next week are now
partly calmed. But some am.
pressed, anxiety after Attlee hud
said some rubber was being
sent to China.
But It was doubted if the:
would be completely satisfied by
a detailed account of goods
supplied to China this year, whlcn
Attlee said Sir Hurtle-. Bh
cross. President of the Board of
Trade would give next week.
Answering Winston Churchill
Attlee laid the future policy on
the export of strategic materials
would be in full accord with
United States policy not only on
rubber, but on other materials.
heutrt
tfc
Ike" Would
Oppose Mac
NEW YORK. May J.
General Dwight D. Eisenhower
would accept Democrotic nomina-
tion for the Presidency in 1M2
if Republicans put up General
Douglas MacArthur or Senator
Robert A. Tafl. a veteran Wash-
ington correspondent predicted
here.
Reuter
I'm Orel leak came from the
Committee room when Sent
Hugh Bullir < Republican
Nebraska) quoted General Mac
Arthur as telling the Commit-
tees he believed that Russian
Forces in Siberia were fi
defence only.
MacArthur said he doubted
Russia could have occupied
Japan as a result of the removal
of United fltntes garrison troop*
to Korea. Japan could not tx
taken except by amphil>iou>.
effort.
He said Russia had Ihe capacity
to launch ii "punishing attack*
upon Japan though he did not
believe the could overrun Japan
until she had command of the sea
and air.
"How long she would be able
to maintain the effort in all-out
war there is of course specula-
tive", he said
"My own opinion Is that li
u-ould rnt be too long 1 believe
that their efforts would deteri-
orate from the beginning of
hostilities.
MacArthur quoted various esti-
mates of So\iet air strength In
the Far East hut figures e"ete
deleted from the transcript. Most
uf UaCS aircraft were lighters.
Of these moM were ids aji I aftlT
excellent, he said. Hussia prob-
ably sulTertHl greatly from the
lack of maintenance facilities and
petroleum supplies.
MacArthur asserted that l few
additional ground troop*. could
finish the fighting in Korea
ked up by "full capacity" a
ked up by
naval effot
"Monty" Sees Pope
VATICAN CITY, May 3.
Field-Marshal Lord Mont-
gomery, Deputy Supreme Com-
mander of the Atlantic Pact
forces had a 25 minute privaf
audience with Pope Pius XII to-
day.
Montgomery arrived here on
Tuesday for military inspection
and talks with the Italian Govern-
ment and Service Chiefs. He is
expected to return to Paris to-
morrow.
Heater.
Eleetoral Reform
TEHERAN Ma\ 3
Persia's new Prime Mm isM
Dr M Kthamcd Mossadeq. told
the Majlis t Parliament) to-day
that he intended to Introduce
electoral and municipal reform
besides nationalising the Persian
oil industry.
Reuter
He said his connections with tht
I Uong were largely nomi-
nal and his channel of tommunlcn
tlnn was defined as United States
Army Chief of Staff He allege!
lhat his reports to the Untied
Nations were censored by State
and Defence Departments.
Earlier he said thai he believed
0) On Page I.
SEAMEN
REFUSE
TO WORK
WELLINGTON. New Zealand.
Maj .t
British merchant seamen to-day
refused to work.
They made their decision at .t
meeting called to discuss the ten-
week-old dock strike for more
pay during which Government hns
de-registered the waterside Work-
era' Union
In Auckland the main troublc-
spot In the strike, between 200 and
300 members of new Unions wenl
to work to-dav escorted by the
biggest force of Police and service
i^ien ever seen there.-Reuter.
11,000 Join Up
wkllinc.ton. May a
More than 11,000 people hav
joined an emergency m
lulluv. log the lead of an entnr
Dutch Legation staff. The organi-
sation was formed after the
Prime Minister of Holland called
on Monday lor a force to combat
attempts to overthrow art
Ofdtfl) Government by lout-'
Reuter
LIE ON WAY TO U.S.
LONDON. Mav 3.
eral Trygve Lie New York to-night after his tour of,
EumiMMii and Middle East oopi-i
tals. In London he had met
Foreign Secretary Heibert Mor-
rison and other Government
leaders. Reuter
Order Cease-fire
In Border Issue
TEL AVIV. May 3.
United Nations Chiel oi Staff. Colonel Benned De Rid-
der of Belgium, has ordered an immediate cease lire in the
fighting between Syrians and Isiaelis which broke out again
to-day along the border north of the Lake of Galilee.
The duel between heavy artillery and mortars was
going on to-day among ancient ruins in the Capernaum
area, it was officially reported.
An Israel army spokesm
160 Hurt In Smash
BERLIN. V.
Over 160 people were Injured.
nearly half of them seriously,
when two trains collided at full
peed at Frauendorf on the East
Qerffean Borns-Lefpsj| >* P**
week-end. the West Berlin Tele
graph said today News of the
arcident had only |u*t become
known, the paper said.
Reuter
Ben Gui-ion In U.S.
WASHINGTON Mav S.
Israel Piime Mmister David
Ben Gurion arrived hen- from
Tel Aviv to-day fo, a three weeks'
visit to the United S ate*. H
will discuss Israell-Amcricai
relations with Presiden Truman
Reuter
TIN DROPS
SINGAPORF.
Produc.ion of tin concentrate*
in the Federation of Malaya for
the first quarter of this year
amounted to 10.393 tor
the lowest since tha
quarter of 1949.
The t-vport figure for the quarte:
was 18.379 tons compared will
18.914 for the
Her today said that four Israeli
soldM'i* were killed yesterday and
that United Nations observers
were m the demilitariseo zone
checking casualties.
He said firing was going on in
the southern demilitarised none
where Syrians fired on Israeli
workmen in the Arab village ol
Nukeib.
The bodies of 20 Syi..
found Inside Israeli territory to-
day, on the scene of vesterday'fl
battle west of the demilitarised
rone, the spokesman added.
An Israeli ommunique last
night claimed that Syrian fore
who crossed into Israel about half
mile west of the demilitarised zone
were engaged by Israeli forces and
driven back Reuler
O'Duyer Replies
MEXICO CITY. May |
William O'Dwyer. United Stale*
Ambassador to Mexico .'ince
autumn, answering accusali
that he contributed to organised
crime while Mayor of New York
City, said here to-day that his
critics were trying to discredit hir
for "reasons unknown".
Reatei
20 ARRESTED
: lS0 Hester
TOKYO.
avitti rntons
attempts to ii.'errupt a
cutside "
to-day. and a
corresponding There were a few small
it oka up
cremony
are here
riPTEEN YEAR OLD Yvouns Msaort of St Patnafcl Be ha. I re-
ceives from Mr. Albert V. Merer* vice Consul of the Unite* State*,
an album of Jo Stafford record*.
"Negroes In U.S.A."
Win Prize For
15-Year Schoolgirl
YVONNE PADMORE, 15-year-old St. Patrick's School
Kir), won last week's competition "Whut aspen of life in
the United Stales interest-, me moat The competition is
sponsoud by Miss Jo Staff r?ti s show over the "VMrw of
America",
It ib a weekly feature, and Yvonne is the first Barba-
dian to win it. Yesterday sho received from the Vice
Consul of the United Stales of America, Mr Albert V.
Nyren, an album of Jo Stafford's records sent for her by
Miss Stafford.
King George Opens
Festival Of Britain
I By R B MAOLURCIM).
LONDON, Hay 3
I^INO OEOROE VI and his Queen drove in state
through cheering crowds to-day to open the
Festival of Britain, nationwide celebration of the
centenary of the great exhibition of 1861
Millions of their subjects, many of whom had
slept on the pavements all night, jammed the street*
of London to give a wild enthusiastic start to the
six months long festivities, planned to show that
the country can conquer its postwar perils and
hardships
2,000 Dockers
Still Out In L.K
LONDON. Mav 3
Labour unrest eaattnuad lo-day
rnoiig British arms worker* and
ncker* Ovei 2,000 Manchester
uocket-. voted tO continue the
>trlke bCRiin a week ago after two
men were suspended In QlaMOS) .
3,000 dockers were asked by their
Union to ban overtime until em-
ployers grunted recoinition lo a
branch comprising clerical grades
and rrnnemen.
About 1,000 nnameM workers
employed m the Royal Arsenal In
London continued theu week-oiii
tonian lcause one worker re.
fused to Join the Union. Other
(vukiiiea men have ecu Idle be-
dUCttoa At 'Tvrn other arms fac-
tories men have been working
overtime because of disputea ovar
pay.
>>uler
Greek Parliument
For Dissolution
ATHENS. May 3.
The C.teek P-iliamcnt. elected
In March IBM, Ik to be dissolved
New elections will be belt) *
WpWiiitiei 15 This wi. agree-1
to-night I i
Deputy Premier Popar-
dreou. (DemoeraUe Socialist), and
Ciencral PlaMlras. I^ttd.-
kpkk cCentn Part] arho tooei
ej ttgvs. rnajorftf in the Houi
healer

I in the sqna
-K.iil
Dr. m rr.i r i KVATT
E^all Ht-lain- Skal
MELBOURNE. Mav 3.
Oountin* more vote* has not
changed the expeeled final reaul'.
nf the Australian eV^-tions held on
April 28a slightly reduced Gov-
ernment majority In Ihe House of
Representative! and a mi
32 to 2A in the Senate.
Pmjil figures for .til representa-
tive seats and (or pafty represent,
alion in the Senate will not be
known for seven..
Deputy Leader of the Laboui
Party and former United Nation*'
Assembly President Dr H V
Fvatt. will retain hi* seat at Bar-
ton, New South Wales fteattr
Culv|>so LONDON. M
Mr Tom Cook, Under-Secretary
T'.r thf Colonies, who visited the
Brltiah tnduati < Fmr today, aaid
he wns plensed that
Indies *tall^ had received ma
rrders from foreign buyers.
A group of We*( Indian guts
led by 1-ouKe B-m
anil ralypsoes at various stalls.
But i M m Um Hiiii-ii in-
dutries V
hut this may lie iittrlbuted to the
' pening of the VVativ il ol Bflta n
t...day by theii Btarjeatiet
Give Thanka
GIBRALTAR. M-v 3
Thou'Oinda joined in a thank<-
giving ttrVKe In fllbraltar**
main square to-night for tha
town's escape when the Britilh
ammunition ship Redenham bleW
up In the harbour laM Friday.
The explosion kill'-' I I
are missing
Renter
Yvonne*! torn mistress told
t h e Adv*ete yesterday that
V>0niM sings very well.
Yvonne said that she likes to
listen t<> the Voice of America",
and to hear Mu.. StafToid's songs,
the winning letters fur the
competition read The records
received were "Alone
together." Sometimes Unhappy,"
Ye*terduy", Walkin' My Biby
Hack Home" and four olhei pMCH
Tlie aspect of life in the United
St.ite* which Interest* Yvonne mo.t
The way In which negroc
aj treated. she 'old Ml*
Stafford.
Ilei letter shows tho" in Pair-
Held Cross Road where she lives,
ids ma guv I lies and books on col-
our prejudice ami listen pa Ihe
Voleei of America, she has been
dning a lot of thinking on her
subject
"I am always grateful to the
Voice of America", for the chance
of hearing how negroes there live
hat in being donv in help
promote their stand.irris of life,"
he wrote
She finds it a pleasure to hear
nd read about the way they are
illowed to display their natural
talent, whether it is in the form
if taxing, acting or singing
She thinks much of how tml-
granl* from Barbados live in
America She calls them "Our
boys." She said that "Our boys
bt'Highl back reports of how
they were Irealed and how evtry
man, ol every possible race il
van a chance !< mske his w*
hi Mfe "
When Yvonne gnu hold of one
lately from America, she like* tc
be told of life out there and she
hopes that some day Barbadian
ram will be able to emigrate to
the United Stales
Mr. Nyren told her that xhe had
done well to win the competition
He IWped, stte would like the sou-
venir J""
ent hei
.pen carriage. SCOHed b)
hoi semen of the Household Cnv
airy in shining breB-ipiat<- and
helmet*, the Royal Family drove
from Buckingham Palace to St
Paul's Cathedral in 'he fib
From 'he broad Cathedral steps.
the King made a upeech which
started church balls throughout
the land ringing, and set Off
carnival gatttv and feMUdv n
evtry town and hamlet
King George wore the uniform
ol an Admiral, Queen F.lirabeth
was In powder blue and their
% nunger daughter Princess Mar-
aflat) wlw drtVI with them, was
dressed in gray with pink hat
In the second carnage was Prm.
cess Elisabeth, hciivss to tin
Throne, and her husband the
Duke of Edinburgh
Many tainted
Military bands played along the
route.
AH the pageantry and colour ol
British tradition were on show at
St Paul's Cathedial. seornen in
scarlet and gold braid, pikemer. in
nlver armour Foreign Becrelan
Herbert Morrison nicknamed
"Lord Festival" by Britons (or his
part in sponsoring the big sho*
and other Cabinet Ministers, re-
eelved the King and Queen on the
As they entered the Cathedral
the crowd surged into the roadway
cheering wildly. Police linked
arms to hold them back.
Many people along the Royn1
route tainted in Ihe crush.
King Makes Speech
Television viewers ssw the cere-
motiv at St, Paul's, cameras being
allowed inside Ihe great Cathe-
dral for the first lime
Tugs on mr Thames sounded
then > ueu- .- King tieoigc madi
hi* speech declaring Ihe Festival
pan The Royal Salute or 41
mi', was fired und bells pealed
The King described the Festival
s a symbol of Britain's abiding
courage and vitality II nad been
planned as a visible sign of nalion-
I ii achievement and eonAdencf
lh this Festival we look baik
witli pride and forward With r*
hlttOQ* he said
l.c us pray that hy God's good
grace, the vast range of modern
knowledge be turned from de-
tru.tive to peaceful ends so that
all people*! as this century goes on
ma> lie lifted"RsHter
Woman Gradually
Becoming Man
Indian Party
Plan Split"
NFW DELHI, May 3.
Prime Minister Jawsharlal
fchru met 4fl rebel CongreeB mem
hers to-day to nv te vMvenl a
ie-eleclion spill In the all-
powerful Indian National C0B<
tteafl Pert)
Hebels are threatening lo (nrin
a new "Democratic Front" Parly
which would stand in opposition
-> Congi ess at elections n
.* vornbei
Men.bets ol the Congress Psity
form the central Government a<
w Delhi and In all slate* which
ihs an elected leglslatuie tletiela
tad already for.ned a "demucrnlie
null" last year as a kind of back>
bench opposition wing within th"
ongress par! . itself -heater
Reds Fire
On U.N.
Patrol
Near Seoul
sal
TOKYO. May *
United Nations unvoureu
id north.-.! : S. 'o-da>.
let strong reslstame loi ;h' fir
ne in row dffyi
Planes operating with the patrol,
spotted other Urge groups and
called for air strikes
Allied pilot, had earlier reporter
heavy motor truffle on N'oill
Korean made during the night
hen they sighted 2.700 rehtctei
Communist forces encounterc
orthesst of Seoul today poured
mall arm* fire into the petrol
Tanks and aircraft eu*ed many
Chinese casual ties, the Eighth
Army said.
Another Task Force patrolling
e road to Uilngbu met alro&l
CoraenuaM toe 2 DsUta uth 0'
the village, its obie.Uve Un|te:l
Nations patrols to the northwesi
Of Seoul, again engagcl eU-m-nt
of an estimated Conin.uui*'
regiment This time they fereed
Communists to withdraw to the
north
TM F'Tth Air Foree pilots
clalriUHl to have killtit or wound
ed nearly SOW Communist troons
yesterday. ^00 of them by n single
drike north of Seoul hy land-t>B*ed
BlgrlM plane- Reuter.
Sack Acheson
Move Now On
WASHINGTON. May %.
A powerful group of Hepuhh
cans and Southern Democrats in
Congress are preparing a drive to
forte the dismissal nf Secretary of
State Acheaou. Many supporters
of the administration are appre-
hensive of the attempt
The group proposed to den;
funds lo pay Acheson'a salary after
June 30 They aven contemplate
halting the State Department bud-
get for 1052 while Arhrson re-
main*. h*Uter
French Comitiuiiirtt
Party Splitting
B* IIABOLD KIM.
PAItIS, Mat 3
France* new breakaway Com-
munist group. Ihe "Communist
Movement" now listed as one
the country's political parties was
believed lo have received m
more Ihsn 3,000 or 4.000 Tradi
'Jnionlst sdhorenls to dale.
leaders of the movement, form
er Communist parly meniben
issued a manifesto yesterday 111
tailing the parly "foi it* uncondU
tional surrender lo Moscow" and
railing for the defence of France
igalnst all aggressor*
Lea.lei of the breakaway >-. 4.t
year old Charles Lstmolne
"The French Communist M1
merit" itarted In the coal mining
area oV Northern Pranc where
eoul. tv-Klile and steel VQrfcei
iiave always iieen revolutlona<>'
Dnd nationalist This revolt U
In pait against the antl-nstinnalist
pOlKB ol the c^Tlclul C'nmniunl-t
Party
i*^*Vvv,'rfV',A',VV'1AV>V>'l^V/s>*sV>*A
HOXOIH t YA V>W\
SOLDIER
ROME, May 3.
Soil from 800 burial ground*
rnme to the tomb of the Unknowh
Soldier to-d iy and President
Einaudl held there j solcm'
"peace and universal brother
hood" service
Mothers and widows of the
fallen soldiers had brought grngll
uins with earth trom Hie Mili-
tary Cemetery, from throughout
the country ind from Italian
roineteriev abroAil
ReuUr
THE
ADVOCATE"'
pay. fer NF.WS
DIAL 3113
Day or Night
KAItACIII. May 3
hil.....
r led
. Mil tw
.;iv
n Aj.id Kashmir terrltni>
. ccording lo a report received
MM to-day Irom Pulanderi
Tin- report said the weman
vry distressed" was attending
tegular Iy a hospital unit In the
rea The reiiori added that hair
was growing on her CtssB and
upper lip. Her voice was thick-
inlng and other male character-
111ie% were appeal .tig.
Medical men in Kirarhi said
modern hormone treatinci.t could
in most cases retard sexual trsn.
formations of this type Keuter
PARUAMEW DISSOI.\f/>
AMMAN. Jordan. May S.
King Abudallah to-day. dis-
Ihum Miss Stafford had solved the Jordan 1
Cuba Wants U.K. Owned
Railways Nationalised
HAVANA, Cuba. May I
Prenident Piio announced to-day he would ask the
Cuban Congress for nationalisation of the British-owned
Uniled Railways of Cubn.
The announce.nent was made at the Presidential Pal-
ace after the President had reached an agreement with
leaders of two big strikes, one involving the nationalisation
Issue
But the statement which said
ihe President would send an
"urgent meaaege' lo OongTeaa,
gave no details and when r would be delivered.
Two strike*, by maritime work-
er* and railwaymeti- weir called
off to-day after union leaden.
conferred with the President
Maritime workeis, Inoludilhl
'lockers, paralysed Hevara and
other norts for 24 hours They
'"Pi'W rorh for a SO per cent.
WnalB jncrcaae and other benefits,
and fi boilUan nf nirendv tua-
pe&ded fieight between Havana
and tha Vnlted Itate*
heater
Gromyko Aaks
instructions
PARIS. May 3
Andre. Qromyko, Russian 1
PUB nl Ihe Four Power talk
to-day was asking Moscn'
fresh shfltruetlons on the
Western oroposals. oliservers be-
lieved here
Deputies were not meeting t
day becauss it ws 1 Fren. h ball-
lav healer
I here
\8/m
K. W. V.
EAU DE COLOGNE
'T'HIS EAU DE COLOGNE IS STEADILY qaininq
an Increased demand Overseas. Made trom the
purest and most fragrant Oils produced In Europe,
and with the addition ol pure Grape Spirit. It has a
lasting Iragranca unexcelled by any others.
Delightfully Refreshing It la indispensable for that
final touch to the toilette and lor a really soothing
aher-shavo lotion.
It is comforting and relfeehuig, also, lo y^ur Sick
Friends and Relatives I !
K.W.V. kssssU Dfl Cologna can be obtained (torn
Messrs. Cave. Shepherd & Co. Ltd.
Masses, lookers Drug Stores
Messrs. Bruce Weatherhead Ltd.
Messrs. Collins' Ltd.
Messrs. Knight's Lid.
Messrs. Da Costa-6 Co. Lid.
Messrs. C. F. Harrison & Co. Ltd.
Messrs. H. P. Harris & Co,
;,*
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PACI ni"
BARB MMis \nv<>< \n
liiinw m\v I iki
Qwrib fiaUinq
Bridgetown Players Again
Bridget own Ptojn
lion It
Theatre May 16
This play hau a long and *
cessful run in in* West End
U.S. Surgeon
rjR locis t wHioiir
I,onHon It

Retirement ', and a i
other successful piny* Mr. Perev'i
1 name u Edv
and he has served as i v
i use .4 Con.
The play is one of I
auepenso *ith never a dull
I,,.' I
o ol thtf
leading ,
pill i
Mi Btaydon Mi
Charles Howe and I>
' the Gencnii
Be prepared li i
MISpi'li |
To-morrow'* Fair
Matthias Assistant
- Curate Fund she-ild do well
'. *55 pf the rram :- Fan at the Hastings
hZS d ty "* F#rt A"- <** tcmotww. judgmg from the
aZrJSPffSL m?rn'n ,m ih*" man> tall and side shows that
'o the island and spent *ill be in operation Needlework.
as guesU of Dr. household, rakes, books, plants,
Seoit of Wood- ices and drinks will be on sale
in.
ind
l *rftt#tl by Edw< Street.
, i WothSurReom of Harlem Hns-
I ml '
B.B.C. Radio
Programme
MB AND MRS W BRADSHAW were at Seawall yesterday to mMt Miss Csrin Oldby and Mr Erik
Ohlison. Mr. Oblason Is Inspector Oanaral in South America of A/B Alvldaberg*. Industrial They ar
rived by K.WLA. y*Wrday from Trlnldsd
Dr and mbs. k kuczyn Ne* Exhibition
. (pronounced Kooehin- <-j-HR next exhibition u
nong the passengers
M"
First Vi.ii
ERIK A OHLSSON. sj at
ing Ihe passengers 1 Museum begin* "today for 1WI present tit Barbados. He M
Q iscagne from (l(ur WPOkl n of Children's An Inspector General In South Amcr-
rday. Dr. Kuczynski trom Greal Britain and bj shown ica of A B Alvldaberg* Industrie'
has come to take up in appoint- by arrangement with lh BrttHh Sweden, representatives of F.n:.
pflMtr ! Hi" Council In an adjoining room are Original Odhncr and Halri
I His last appoint- sniimphi ol Children's Art from ufactUrers of Adding and Calcula'.-
Ba Resident Surgeon at the various West Indian Colonies ing michines Accompanying hin
Princess Margaret Rose Hospital which makes an interesting com- Is Miss Carln Oldby wit,
In Edinburgh. parison. The exhtbilion of paint- strates ihe working of the
OF. KUTTEL '"f9 bv Sybil Atteck. the Trinid id m;ichmes. At Seawell to meet them
irtlst which has attracted much were Mr and Mrs. W Bradshaw.
st'IRr
iVl (Mrs liaydstM'l daughter). .
who arrived' from Paris yesterday attention contii
Qstassjas) will ba In the
West Indies until July. Her hus-
band who rx an art director with
Phillips radio in Paris is coming
to Barbados, In July for a short
holiday. In Paris Mrs. de Kultel
is a representotive of "I^ncome"
French perfume manufacturers.
Sho has with her samples of their
test perfume "Magic" which she
.. U Ufc N I after her
holiday hilt
Mi- -de Kultel uttndl visiting
t \ jjeninc to France.
Windii Up Holiday
MISS JJYNETTE LOW MAN.
DlstrSt Nurse of Hniish
ho spent Ihe greater
part of six months' leave in Bar-
bados, is now on her way to Gren-
ada on the S S. Gaieegae to wind
up her holiday before returning
home
Wlnl.- in H..rbados. she was
staying with Mrs. A. Phillips of
Alma Col', St. Lawrence.
Trinidad Businessmen
MR. K LINDSAY GRANT,
Managing Director of Mcssis.
T. Gcddes Grant Ltd.. m Trinidad
ard Mis Grant flew In from
> bQ> HWIA
accompanied by Mr and Mrs.
Cecil Hope-Ross. Mr Hope-Ross
1* Manager of Meswii D Hopc-
ttoss in Trinidad. Here for a
i.hort holiday they arc all staying
at the Ocean View Hotel
Pre-retirement Leave
AFTER working in the Guv.in-
ment Service for Ihe past 33
V i; Innlss, of "Car-
H.iv Street, has now
gone on leave prior to retirement.
Her ;asf post was in the Regis-
trar's Office where she was In
< the Record branch.
ntil 14th May
Of KlTTKI
Mr Bradshaw is his agent ir
Barbados This is Mr. Ohlsson'-
first visit to Barbados. Slttc< the;.
loft Sweden, the> haw vi.iu-
Pris, London, New York, Ce.ilni
U'uba, Trinidad and now.
Barbados. When they leave here
they will visit the F W.I. Puert<
Rico and Jamaica in their circuit
north. Mr. Ohlsson's headquar-
ters are In Rio de Janeiro.
With Cable and Wireless
TMIANSFERRED to the engin-
eering staff of the Hnrhados
Branch of Cable and Wireless
after a snell in Nairobi Is Mr
Normaa E Walter who. accom-
panied hv his wife nnd daughter
arrived from England yesterday
bv the Ga*eogtr. . Mr. and Mrs
Wilfred Alston's son Robin, who
goes to school in England came in
by the same r-hlD.
Lighter bide
IN ENGLAND, a conference 00
the West Indies is being ar-
ranged. I understand, l>v ihe
Council for Education In World
Citizenship. The conferenev will
probably take place In London In
June. The serious topics will
cover general problems allecting
the West Indies. And for lightei
cnloitainment Boscoe Holder, the
famous West Indian dancer, will
perform.
W.I. Tour
OFF to Grvn i.m i.
Nurse F Udell. Chief Nursf
ul the Coloifial Office, who Is oi
an official tour of this area, uefor
she returns to Barbados June 2
she will have visited AntlfUS
It Kilts. Trinidad and Britisl
(;.ii.im. She will remain here foi
live or six diy before leaving foi
England via the l.ahomas.
Coming In fit m oG on Wednes-
Mi C H Burton an(
Mr Cecil Jordan
\l\ IM I III S OF I'lIM
BY THE WAY
THE Government
pciUirbed
Rupert and the Ice-flower19
lid to be and I, are debarred from follow-
by the ing ibe inquiry, which Is behind
case Of tho butcher who gave away rlosed doors; but let us crouch
soup, without having applied for behind this pile of old clothes In
-i catering licence. It Is bvllcv, A Ihe passage, and prick up our
that there are many people giving furry ears. There! Do you
nSSdeJ at street-corners hear that'.' Canon Sparklegrass
i> once or permit of demands that the Commission be
given a model of Fumbling's
Saia m high official yesterday
nothing much wrong. In
itself, with occasionally giving
I hi nr.s to the old and destitute.
I ,.; .1 should Ix.- done through the
h innels. after registration.
-atlon for form 1871/364
T I 92 S-738 cd. which, correctly
llllcd up, and witnessed by civil
servant, entitles the B
lo spply fni an inter-
view, with a view to obtaining
I iirv forms foi the gran",
of a temporary licence."
fi'lun,I cloKott dnon
IMAGINE, detestable reader.
this harassed Commission try-
ing to decide what the Dorset
i: i CommlttM can poss-
.' the ventilation
a brtmlem twmipr hat.
nen's orchestr.i
way at llic Chanson
TriJle. We, bestial reader, you
By BEACHCOMBER
bilmless bowler lo study. "It wil
all take time and trouble," h
says, "but I. for one. am not afraii
of a dreary task in the service of
------" His last words are dnWDtsI
by Sir Archer C'Zlpp") FastnerV
mocking challenge; "Oh. go out-
side and wash a rhlr
you want a dreary task
r. ,-
^' ">
'^fe>- ,]

>ioi.J Ruprn rcalitf
ilu *roni nd ol ihe hill, bui he
fin do nodnni id nop ihe lrd*
Off b* tin (iy oui h 11 vhoi
' inn j w.o-driii. Gup-
ing sad btvaih'tfit, he urugglf ou:
J'td wli up. To hit (iromihmrnt
i (herilijl tic ii bc-iming ji him
within touplr Ot yardi diiiane*.
Ii i( |h riinnin* h.ire. Well,
well." chatWI*. ihe trtaiUfl. Yea
..inn ? Hiv >un drcdr.l io look
:u- .rrlowsri. too ? " Plan*
.. Hal lit yoj ulk.r-i ibaur ?"
h;iprr* Rjpf
well as other attractionsdart
hoopla and lucky-dips
- Incidental lntel!i(ence
hnse waste In sVcn4si \IAKING "f* a **** ' "***
IVIlson has a borne ^"A usually entails year
leisraiea joined the Asa- liminary spadawork
'0"'lmie the eruis.. Matarday Evening Past
hack home L.E.I*
pA.XKTTA
I^wer Braad Street
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FRIDAY, MAY 4. 1951
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PAf.F THREE
Looking At Pictures"
/ 1 XOSCAPE PAINTING
Ail and Exhibitions Officer. British
Cow neend of hir lectures "Looking at Pic-
tures" at the Museum this week. The subject of the lec-
ture was Landscape m art. Mr. Harrison said that land-
scape like the portrait made its tirst appearance in art in
the votive paintings of the Madonna and the Saints in the
background -------------------------------------------'
Landscape was not painted fot r-U'U-___*.- A _
ItaaU but was dra*aed in as part l.llllumi & ATI
n paVMM com-
""': From Great Britain
AXfl'RT
j.oimi ou norii
landscape alone would have
..cpear.,! as extraordinary as Ihe j^. ., >nd. uu- All
- l^ii.'STT? rtTirt i.' ""reduction u IM Ixhibilion or
,ijrJ -..,.hTjuh,^! ,Y CMkUW. Art from Brilai.i
the type ol1 subject fashionable **iSSi
with purchasers. In many caw
the artist depicted jn the bark-
Kround his home town, vtllatcc or
countryside
IIhii.iii Barkground
Mr. Harrison compered a Euro-
Mr. Harrison compared a turn- ,._,, ' *,.*... .,... ..
Though the art of child*
may reflect the peculiarities o(|
their environment and mode of
life, il has nowhere any ipecifi-
rally national character The
nlld expresses universal charac
Tel
Holy "F.imlly into Egypt
painting of the same subject
.-i Huitian painter in the Cathadnl
at Port-au-Prince The Haitian
pajntar had drpictci what at flr*
*eemed to him lranffc. following
the mule of the Holy Famil;
.mi
academic prejudices. It folio
that to those visitors who arc
familiar with the art of the
i-mliluMi nf their own countries.
thete drawings from Great
Britain will not strike any
THE COMMITTEE for the 2.000 year* celebration of Pans offered
Exchange a banquet for 2.000 old poor people Picture -how. \l-
tbe pistes to the banqa#t.--Erpri'*<.
il tbe Otand Hall of tbe Stork
falters and waitresses carrylni
i What Will Become Of
nd
i^The Coleridge Grounds
By H. O. HUSBANDS
_ second mule m which were """riling note of originally It
strapped three brightly coloured not in the nature of the child
chairs. During hts travel* II >* original but only to express
Haiti he met n family of peasants directly its own individuality; th
moving house and there strapped Indreidtnrilty of u lastna an.
tu the back of u mule were chairs feeling being, but not the origin-
resembling those depicted in the nlity of a thinking and InvttlUni
Cathedral The aftlat had Intro- being. Il is an ia.porl.iiil distuic
duced a Haitian background to- lion, nnd we know now that th<
his painting as European nrtists faults of the old methods of teach-
had done long ago Ing art were due to this false
Imaghiarv landscape htaa. The child w.is cniled upon
aS^Js^si ';:.'" ^u?n^r^.iCT^rris ? ,.0s m^**, * ..P , ,. -***.*.. *
landscape to the votive platan pre-adoleecent rag* of men..-l lk ,* *. "< > ">- <>*"* " ,
Breughel taveated a numb.-, ..( .l.-volopment. tension will surely u- attracted No club has been occupyini
!. 11 ,..-.....J-inc. H, ->y what seems lo be a row of pinl lhes~ (rounds (or quite a while.
Kk2TSp^bJS.WdSS. Aim is Enjoyment cubB ivin entirei, to a pen* ami
with those built up an imaginary The new methods which have
landscape en Ins studio table from met with *uch success do not
whuh ru painted. Laooanlo da LMcaaaarUy exclude observation
. .-..nimended the :.ludy ' and analyststhere are flower-
i poa <-f damp patches r studies and landscape sketches
walls until mountalni.. rocks and the present exhibition
inglned. reveal quite exlraordinar>' powers
torfalta could ba
Leonardo's landscapes
almost wholly imaelnai-y: nowhere new methods is to secure at all .
In nature within reach of the coiw the child's enjoyment of ?
ortist did such land-capes exist, .hi., uinntie activity which is the
This school of linaginurv land- handling of .. pencil or brush and
sca(;e thoughl in term' of sy n- lh(, oxilo,!alion of colours. Thi;
boh. fiiaham_ Sutherland, the ^ ly ^ do ^ pJl^apiM the
the school boys, Hie rehponsibility
.r you were u follow up your 0f keeping them turn nnd In a
curiosity, you will llivd ..ut that tondition suit.ible for games. If
you were viewing, in th.- dUMnct. >teps ore not taken in the near
the new Coleridge School new f|Urf. lo make use of the ground*
which Doufos, st IVter. which is well whon the school Js transferred.
on Its way to completem
deterioration of the grounds will
contemn, rj BnflU h paJnaar. i ^.vity t.. becorat aa Instm'tivc ,>a SZJLJS^LaSS
:i duct defendant f thN -hool ,it^.f,t,il,t, _-.- ; ,*P them a finethough smalpay
Coleridge Schbd will be
rather small ntui an- II may not be thought advisable
tique looking editice at the Ree- to convert the grounds into a
lory HHl. St Peter. tt< OCeupy pulilic playing tle'd. Then an-
tnis new school, which has lieen other wcrth while alternative
built on modern English plans. tould be for sofre cricket club
They will be leaving behind to rent the ground
uiv landscape
Another 1>
landscape
. !-,h "*" potential!!,.-., n. prlndpal T3LFSS!**' SSSS?^?. S ilu- church. A|.:,.t from the
' Si ";,'" ,;,,! "' '"-''-her tmmm su8- SSm^SnSi m.*;' fhooi;. U. ol Ih- .round., club,
. itii natura uwn ana '" native. Wha! is before all fAJi; _,.,*, have in Ihe past rented K'ound*
ear y pamu-r. wmbTta ." necesK,,., I, lo ccMla an almo, b~n """" ,, . ,.,,', , ,e par!*.
"r ii.. 1 il,, V-5Tle Lul hii pnr"' whi* wi" '"*"" "" chlld M"n>' "' ,h' paridiioner, ol SI. The Leeward Cricket club (Sec-
...,...V,..,i, ,..!.,. 'XihZ;,! to exteriortie Ihe rich and vivid peter arc anxiously looklnj lor- und DivuHoii) were the flrM rent-
:'' ,e'1u?InS. Ihem ari maim- "">'rv In IU mind. Thl, ward lo the occupying ol the new en of the ground, and they had
involve*, in il; positive aspect, school. But, they are at the same the monopoly of them for quite j
. ,,, ,,, ,.|...... "" "cation of .elf-.-onll.le.He in |i,IIP wondering what will become numlier of yeara.
ih.i based on I the.hl!.l; i.ui itie.e Ig a nefaUve. of the ground* and the m I.....
conception ..I Ilu '", '"-1,, ', preventive aapec; r..m, which ara now in uaa.
......., -.,,,1.1 uln. I- .-... InBu. whjrti call, for even greale, skill Queallon. lueh as "will we ae.
.-,... i i.i. Roman ruin '"t In " teacher. The ,o,i- cricket, foolb-ill. athletl,
Claude le l/irrain Minted pic- ehlld i. nn Imitative animal, anil sporl-, .ind oniny
lures nf Imaginary aorta and Ple* up with Incredible ease. tnce grounds, o
lawns I ,.-..,,. Ideaa. '.....",lv ;,ny uliosyncra.ies which allowed to run to
Gradual!, IhU Kboal at panning the liagtar. M an ani.t. may pos- t place just fit ror me rearing -,'.--:-" 3SCT*ji^r"t
applied the same notions lo the 'ess. but also the more widely f .heap and goats "tj .ujjio^d Jlv i. ..,
towns of Its day It deplete! distributed sophistications of Perhap. the best answer lo th. ^ .w" '^'J.unVSbJf The
beautilul and romantic eilirs books, magasme, and film. It Is quMtlon He. in the practicability .econd division cricket status. The
whose .,,,,1,1,.- as such w.ra impossible allogelher le exclude of converting the grounds, Into,. ""don t_l_ .v. ho rented too
sxaggereled. II was a poetic ren. Ihese Influences, and perhaps nol public playing deld-lhe first far rou"ds ,'"f^,.,^ ..,,,". ,,.,..*
deling Instead ,.r Ilia anisl desirable; hut Ihe good teacher the p.tish-^r. lo exaggerule .lie l-in.*unUI lliey faded oulntlci
imagining a landscape, lie roman- can Had the child to a recogr.i- Idea a little. Into a country park, about three year, or existence
li.i-.-d the s.cnc ttaat lay baton lion based on perception and ugtDJ the two school rooms as J sinco Winton". the ground?
lUm. feeling, of what is genuine and pavilion und casino. were Dlljy regularly used bl II.-
Revi.lulion III Landscape insophisllcated in Its own work. ____ .___ ads school and. once a yeai, f... .1 M
Not .,11 land-cap, 1,,-al.M Self Crillci.m JSjSS^h^&JSSrtSSi Jus. a few Week, ago they wc
I .reward iTlmquiahed Ihe
, i.iuuiid-; about twice during their
'. regime, Ihe lust timo beim; dur.
more fairs at ing World War II whet. Uhorl
r will thev be "S*' u" Pl't|"ol lorceu the meirtiier'.
ruln. or may be. to decide -
to diuolve their tlub.
atmosphere for
childV
: ereoied
of
hem- [,""
Jn this gUttartnd fashion. In The necessary
Knsland I love of dowers led to happy creative a
a love of delail in landscape, largely ba Ilia
This appeared first In English .dees and. .
needlework, and ..ached its peal, themselves nv
in Carolean embroidery. The besl critics. At some school
English school of topographical represented in the exhibition ,.
artists wa< the natural kiIio.ii. nlgh|y successful svslem of grouo """," '"'
of this influence: factual repre- criticism has been evolved by ~
senl.tlon and detail now betas,- lhe ,eacr,er>i whlch. far fro,',
ol immense importance. Inducing ")lf*onclousnass of
Early In Ihe 19th cenlurv th" ,|se prid. responsible for
English pa-n cr Constable effected ,c cc,mp|ct. abMn f aophlatl.
a rcvolulion ,n lanriaeape painting. ,, , ,ne cm,dren-, wotk d
which had recently come lab. , , h h, ,
reeognised as a form of art. Con-
stable and Boniungton both
formed links between painting In ;"""C_~""r
England and France, anil Ihe-. S,.:."?
niiuen.ed ar- on bolh sid
,. be similar to the Intended purpose
the Princes. Alice Playing ,"J*" >P"r"''l "p,"^ "''""""
One will still be able to tary schools of bl Peter.
Many are looking torwaid '
ll.e childre,, idem- ','TM, ",vrt fnottiall and len- Many are looking
rt'^'r ^'^rarEF^"1 "'"- Ju.f-use'of At iiftma .rhitn.. lCltt MHHtS dllCl lair*________
ball
h. the achool -
^ Tc grolndl ire the mo- transferred. It will at laaa. add
A: &% no doubt need a little another lo the few meant of pub-
undVtionlng und perhaps one 01 K enlerto.nmcnt to be had in th?
two faclliuei added to bring thcmpariin.
Pool Coupons
Vould Bafflo
This Womuu
But German Documents-/Vo
THF. Hi.I woman ever face I
will, the t,.sk of editing 400 Ion
ol captured German Furein i
Office documents said to me: 'I
shouUl l> baffled if I hud to ft l
m a (oiilball pool coupon"
Sin m the Hon. Margin.
Lambert, 45 -year nl(| tcholnl
daughter of Viscount Lamben.
the vi teran Liberal.
Tlie British foreign Office hav.-
anp chief of the documents. The oilier
dltOT in chiefone French OK
Amennnare men.
Dr Lambert (ihe l< a doctoi
of philosophy of Ixindon Unlver
iitv and a BA of Oxford) ha
job without knoWlOf
what ihe salary will be
"It has not yet been decided "
BaM the Foreign Office
Met |edeerior. Ceneral Si-
.lame* Marshall-Cornwall, whn
.lai
k' 1000 n year. Cor pail time work
Dr. Isfimberl iw exiieded in haw
a bigger salary, as hem will be
a lull-lime appointment
Expert On Austria
She speaks and write-. Geini.n
ami Fteiirh as easily us she do*-*
English She is an authority oh
Austria, and during Hie wai
bnuJcj-! new*, in that countiv
Ironi th,. BBC'.
In Idondon Dr. Lambert fllares
u studio Hat in St. John's W<> . wiih a woman artist frlead Pari
ol ihe wick she is at her fathnS
l.nm ai South Molton. Devon.
From there she drives the 1ft
n.iles In Exeter in a 1934 car.
lo her )0\> as leeturei in nn ilcr-i
history at University College.
'Read Vewspapers'
"I shall havu to give up lec-
turing after September I, when
I go to my new work." she said
In her lectures sht. tells the
lludonts to read the newspapers
"Model your essays on Ihe terse
Stylaj that Journalists use." she
ocivises.
In her new )ob she will head
a staff of about IS at Cornwall
House, near Waterloo Station
She will lake her Siamese ca
Plira with her to the office.
Phra is the eaulvalcnt in
se tf lhe English knight's
Overseas League
Gives Coektail
Partv
LONDON. Hag I
I"wentv two couniriea were
i.'preaenii.i ai a cooMall part]
which the Ove.-seas League gave
'n member* visiting Britain foi
lhe Festival.
From British Guiana came C
V A-.hurst and lhe Distri.i
Commissioner from Antigua. Mia.
v Harden w% Ofetra A I
was represented by 10S pcopu
...iland by SO.
Earl Mountbatten of Bunn..
uelnming the guests lo Britain
said it was important to real
exactly what the Feativa) stood
lor, Britain was at present
spending a large part of her
ii.itioiial income and effort at)
rearmament. riot to fight WJ.
but to prevent U
There was no better wav tha-
UM nollval of showing ind
w.nld Bntain'k peaceful mtci. 1
Uom The Paatttral w m taicq
an outwanl and visible sign ol
t"ie goodwill of Britain exlende
to all who extended fo
Mounihatlens l'i... : ,1
Lady Mou'iib-i:. ;.
"" 9 uncling acquaintance
with people she h.s uu-t ..II v.-i ,
the world Air Chief Marsh;.! ,
Sir Arthur Longroors with whoai
W M.n^h..l Sir Wild..,,
USB, chief of tlie ImjierialJ
General Staff. said no twol
BrWafcasi haid done more aal
Amhassadi>rs for their eouattyl
than l^rrl .nut Lauh MosaMbattotl I
Ashursl iv .. d.nh > l.itoi i .
West Indian itandi .it the Biittsui
Industrie* F.ur and Eai
He laid Krater that h,. ;,,! hj il
coltaafuaa ar varj attiileol
i n 1 I -' tt with the .iltent.o. i
Caribbean pnxtuce is atuacun
from thottaands of people evei
das
Particular Intwaat
taken in aMiplM ai W. | .,
timber. M.^t VMIton lo the
......I" be surprised m
UM N.uiety of thing-. prOdSKM
in Hie W.-sl Iiuliea.
-Realer
^\auUw^oveuiteJjf. V^O^//
^Caifesati* B"uu.ua( lac* f*o*rdr
. . so )< lanoolh
... dillcartly pe ... clings softly foe hours
LOOK YOUR BEST
Sir
L E.1
Finuiieier Dies
KUtKI.AND, lake Onl
M-. .'
bo under-
( late Sir Main (lakesp
(ii ......"'in vir.'.un- and I.
[offer to baeorna a share-
older in Canada's richest mining
I rODart] died here last night H.
bnill a general store, the third
business establishment in tm
itinmunity. and parlayi
i>tise Into .i fortune ftmn the flir
irada Hg later owrwd six theatres
. ml r.iinii i i i .- i
around Teek township He loaned
money t.. So rlarry to buy too
Laka Shore mine prapart) and
thortly after gold was found h<
turned down Six llarry'i Offfl lo
pay off the debt with stork in
thi1 iiuniiig company Mr. Kaplan
gave as hi* PtaOOtt that he knew
nothing about lhe gold industry
ICP I
Stigmata *Vfarks
POMTOF SPAIN. May 2.
Stigmata marks inunk*
resembling ihe wound, "f I'lui LJ
nbout one-eiKbtli of an inch In*
diameter, plainly visible on BO
infant here, nitraitetl i. nuiiilie'
of viitnr- tn the mother' horn
The mother Mrs. Herott o'
r>efannes Street. Anrn.i. Inlng
her devotion during Drognanc3 u
responsible for the marks.
Bha i Linn-, iha i onatantlj
knelt before a crucilix in |uay
nnd supplication to the Iruwll
Jesus for s,ife delivery uwJUsob
ii (looks ^
. TRY IT!
Va^lineffi < -
ailed social real lamthe
| jects choaen by the children lend
much individual
n'f phantasies, but dramali
Channel.
dents with a group appeal.
Korea Pact
LEEDS, Engl.nrt May 3.
When the Koreun war broke out
last June, the Klnne family hail
Bernhard Reports
On Argentine Visit
THE HAGUE. May 2.
The Dutch Cabinet to-day re-
Ptire Subject
All ivoes nf school have eont.. three sons in the army, "he ,-civcd a person
buleo 10 to.- .x^ihSon Ilu! -,,,'v brothers made pact lhat each Prlnc? ,ie,ha.d
s aS"rxJrvz cT^^^he^XR^ t-yag as
in would bear no relation to a fc,n-j - ,,,,,., ai .. P.e^ i
Tbe French Impn
rBaetld a further revolution in
andscape painling. Claude Monet classification of the schools. The
[.I i nted scenes at various times of only 'possible clan ideation is .-
the davsince light was con- according to psychological types, (....^.t
.... -rl ^.-.1 .k~__- ...-._ _1I____ "sole"
killed
test
iMN
tantls ehanging in intensity and grid these tyi>cs. when allowed
colour. He registered a visual free expression, are found to be
impression of a scene at a certain quite evenly distributed."
time In the same way that th.*--------------------------------------------------------------
cpmera registers a scene at 0 Ihe omission of unnecessary delail.
personal report from
"iiird on his recent
America from whlrii
. Saturday,
lion At a Press Conference held
October Raymond. 21, later Prince Hernhard said be be-
nd first sent oveiseas war Moved the President and Madame
brother Derek 20, peron were exceedingly popular.
volunteered for Korea. There seemed every reason
Yesterday their mother received believe that in any free election
given moment. The impressionists. Cezanne added to impressionist
however, painted onlv impressions palming a solid architecture. This
ol scone* not photographic detail, solidity of eonnruction was offset
Lanascapc now became a pure by the vibration and movement
subject in art. for an ordinary of detail, so that his landscapes 50n
ticce of land or a cornfield became did not become dull ot heavy,
on interesting and individual John Nash brought to English
painting by suggested shapes and painting the order of Cezanne.
telegram, the President would recel'
killed iii (east 71) per cent of lhe vMes.
The Prince added in reply to
youngest another question that he had seen
n0 evidence of a totallluru"
regime in Argentine and that
y third ^ntmry lo reports President
volunteer for Korea loo pPTOn drove about freely wilh-
Mrs. Kmne told reporters. "The u, mny armed guard.
pact has come to an end". Hauler.
her second fateful
Derek too had been
action
Thai leaves the
brother. Valentine 19
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PACK KtlR
DARB.XnOS ADVOCATE
FRIDAV. MAY 4. US I
BARBADOS # ADVDeSTE
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Print**! > U AdvocdU CO, Lid-. I
TWO FALLACIES
AT a public meeting held in Queen's
Park on Tuesday night by the Barbados
Labour Parly. Mr t, L. Walcott, a mem-
ber of the Party and a member of the
Executive Committee, attempted to supply
a cordial to the drooping spirits of the
Partv's followers. He continued to blame
the big merchants for the rising cost of
living and told his hearers that Barbados
had no sa> in and was unable to do any-
thing about world market prices. Both of
these statements are fallacies.
The cost of living rose higher than it
need have done because the Government
of Barbados refused to accept the advice
of the same "big" merchants before the
was devalued in September 1949. The
rejection of their advice cost the island a
sum estimated at approximately half a
million dollars. It was because they con-
tinually adopt the stupid attitude of blam-
ing somebody else and preferably the
merchants, that the Government Party
today suffers from lack of knowledge of
world market tendencies.
Then' are a number of local business-
men capable of giving good advice to the
members of the Government but because
of prejudice againsi tin- "bin" merchants
the advice is r.ot taken and the island
suffers
The story of the goose that laid the
golden eggs is one of those universal
stones that any voter of Barbados can
understand. It is quite simple. You have
been spending the gold as soon as the goose
laid it, but you are not satisfied that the
goose is laying enough eggs for the whole
community, so you kill the goose only to
find that there is no gold inside, and that
the poor goose hod, after nil. been doing
her best to ktep no the production of gold.
This is -what Mr. Walcolt's statements
suggest. 'iluV by taxing out of existence
the big merchants who are also the "big
employers" of labour, the merchants will
be forced out of business and there will not
even be the employment that there is un-
der the present regime under which Mr.
Walcott is able to enjoy his present status.
The members of the Government will
not study trade movements and market
tendencies for themselves, nor will they
seek advice from local businessmen. They
rely instead on advice and orders from the
United Kingdom, whxh come from those
who consult first the interests of the Brit-
ish Treasury and the Board of Trade and
then the interests of the British West
Indies.
Sir Stafford Cripps kept on saying that
the would not be devalued. The Gov-
ernment of Barbados wants to watch care-
fully statements that the will not be
revalued. A knowledge of world market
tendencies is an essential to a healthy
economy. Barbados, if it thinks In terms
of world trade and utilises the best com-
mercial brains available locally, will find
means and methods of combating the cost
of living. Running down the big merchant
is as expensive a pastime as killing the
goose. Knowledge, not words is our great-
est need.
The voters of Barbados would be grate-
ful meanwhile to Mr. Walcott if he could
take some interest in tish. meat and
fruit which are being sold at prices
beyond the schedule, and thereby force up
the cost of living, without influence from
world markets.
WHY NOT?
THE Sec rotary-General of ihe Interna-
tional Civil Aviation Organisation recently
announced the signing of an agreement,
the fifth of its kind, giving technical assist-
once to Thailand.
Under the terms of this agreement
I.C.A.O. will provide a Civil Aviation Ad-
viser to the Civil Aviation Board of that
country and fellowships which will en-
able two Thailand pilots to study commer-
cial flying abroad in order to become
regular pilots in their national airline in
the future.
No such assistance has been rendered to
Barbados beOftUM it is considered by
I.C.AO. that we can get such assistance
from the United Kingdom. Few people in
Barbados realise the disadvantage of our
status with regard to international assist-
ance of this kind. The United Kingdom,
and particularly its local representatives,
are at all times unwilling to ask for help
for its possessions. They regard this as an
admission of their failure to do everything
for their possessions. Yd flourishing com-
munities like Ceylon are helped with Point
Four Aid. Why not help for Barbados ?
News 1 i-oiiq Britain
I.ONDON. April 27. trover*.es of 1851 ev the nffi
The frnt *pring.clean..u By DAVID TEMPLE ROBERTS of 1851 as il would havo been
seems to have been left tu IDS expounded by a modern rad
Uisl passible moment before the nlr- Tnr lrulh & thf matter i news-reader. The programme!
Festival. But this week then thai the lillle lower of girder-. h*v* revealed lomc curiosities
are men with patnt pots every. n now b^ taken awav ^nd the Mewtelaaohn. op course, was re-
where. and other men are uj. Skylon is actually suspended in Carded a* the greatest musician
scaffolding steam cleaning the mid-air by wire ropes from three In the world. But otherwise the
stonework I iir.ti.-ed one man boom.'. In the flat above my own music of the week has revealed
scouring the dirt out of Plato's are a small circle of young urchi- *" pleasant but forgotten thing.'
beard where he looks down to lccts who arc proudly displaying of the mld-Vlctorian age.
company with Galen. Arch! JllM outside the front door the "* broadcasts included
medes. and Justinian from the original model of the Skylon *cl t coma startingly to my
top of Burlington House in which *i designed by a friend of earsthough they must nave bear
Ptecadllly. The famous Readm,' theirs. The Festival people are no"* <>"n by historians For in
Room in the London IJbrary assuring the public that tt will tance. ,851 waj-the yaar r>f th
where Poet Laureate and other all be safe even in a high storm. fSnfu" ,n, ?*!* *col11*n leading literary gentlemen MVf But my neighbours, who have Wales and Ireland, 1S61 is also
been sleeping every afternoon for been experimenting on the model census year and some of the
the peat Arty years. Is dismantled are not so certain. lesults are already be
and being replastered A few Thr Well-Dresaett Man published,
years ago the City of London Tnp London tailors try. in their Alarming; Centuft
promised they would takeawa> 5ny way. each veai to captuie the But the IBM census was
a railway bridge and so give u*. reclame of a Dior. They stage ;< disaster. It revealed trial in the
in Fleet Street, n good view of |,m<. Bnow |o indicate the trend previous ten vear* the surplus o!
St. Paul's. Unfortunately it i* to, meiVl fashions in the year. It women over men had merman
still there, but the City has put has always seemed to me that rapidly imd alarmingly lMitician;
a coat of green paint on It, and lhrrp fcre two main source); of put forward the now forg-.ttcr
added a coat of arms men's fashion Ideas In the world, proposal that women should b*.
Lord Mayor comes up-river and that they tight a continuous recruited to emigrate to :h<
And we had our first taste of lbs ""* Aherp. ,',* Harlem, and colonies where the vast surplus o
charming river scene th,, week there is the clubland o' Umdon m,._in Canada, Australia and
when the Lord Mayor came up nv- nht I.e. zoot suits, the draped New Zealand, was alarming' Th.
cr m hi* barge, in full river pro- .une- P >>"tn hat*, ami tapenng census also showed that lh<
ccaSoni for the first Hmf in trouwrf "how,n *>"**" wk*" J" population of Ireland had fallen
nearly a hundred years, to open ^g^^L v-TVk On lE b? """ ft Pvlous ten >...
the new water-bus service that STS ft- AHairtSthr fnreS f J".?,n*L The ,ons ' ,rClu,,t
.ill take visitors from one Festi- **.*.**. *~* g? took the cheapeat passage, to thi
,1 rttS to another They arc ,** J^S-SL*, aJEJ?,>iX N Wor,d **H* ? the,ah.,.
SitingfdSa-rT"ew lurtouteK '* "* >"', ?"" V" aV Boon and'nj^ ^.UedVere
ineTa.ionTGa'nery and Tr.fa.. E?J&?lJfi2olEl W^"^sT^ <
gar Square has
playing again. At the Festival ,
fountain. b*t"n "<-' us *'' decorative milli0n, alarm* th,
m* waistcoats and suit jacket* with Q, -51 has sunk
VDfaft in No..inghm.hirc tt. ^.'..-..'^.J^'SZ."'^. k million iU,,
l>nrlsh councillor.H who fulled 1
eel the village to pay extra mono, |rom -(|^ employ workmen ire them- hu|,^ for ,,
, \. !.:
work
ieive* K pade and Tork to plant rows ol p^keb; b^h Urge and small
ree-. and put new turt on HU |avtMirMj al the beginning of the
/illiiae given. Some countic pn_._. -riu, tailor,' D.t.i.Di r.
Ut, Sir
tbi
sharulv pointed vertical cigar was
Supported on a 50ft. high low"'
of girders In explanation
the photographs, it has generally entirely
been reported that the
aylll be" lit from inside.
"appear to be suspended In
Puerto Rico's overpopulation
and dearth of natural resources
seem at first glance to be Insur-
mountable obstacles to the pro-
grew ol this *mnll Island
West Indies. The Puerto Ri.
people. however. insist UCsJ
viewing themselves ai
resource of limitless
of the mld-Vlctorian age. The
A friend of mine drew my sttention to a
lottce in the Advocate concerning a ten days'
rip in the French Liner Colomble. It seemed
1 pleasant way of passing ten days, so on the
:ith instant we found ourselves in that boat
wund for Trinidad where we arrived next
norniny.
Sad to say, we did not make use of the
xcellent landing stage but anchored about
lalf a mile off. This was a disappointment
1 had to be satisfied, therefore, to view
Trinidad from this distance, as I did not feel
nclined to use the tug.
Our next port of call was at La Guaira,
Venezuela. Here the Mountains run almost
lown to the sea. Only a strip of flat land
ibout 10O yards wide is left for the wharves
rhi warehouses.
Dotted about the mountain sides are small
Irab looking houses. One wonders how the
Iwellers fiet to and from their homes, as I
ould see no roads or even paths.
The anchorage here was one of the most
langerous on this coast; but a British Corn-
any has built a concrete breakwater at
ost of a million sterling, inside of which
ihips are now safe.
La Guaira is a picturesque port because
f the mountains that encircle it. In the old
'ays it was sacked by the Pirates, and the
'rench; and later destroyed by the great
arthquake of 1812. Il is now a flourishing
: nd busy port.
Rich people who have interests in La
"luaira live at Caracas a large and modern
- jUty of skyscrapers beyond the mountains.
which was to go through an even gloom- We notice that some other broad- landslide has blocked the road. A new road,
more convenient than the old one is now
being built.
From La Guaira we passed on to Curacao,
t Dutch Island. Nature has given Curacao a
splendid harbour, safe and commodious. One
p isses through a narrow entrance, and enters)
i!ie spacious harbour. A pontoon bridge,
known as "Queen Emma" kindly opens up.
and lets us pass into Willemstad, the capital.
I thought that Barbados had a superfluity
t'l motor cars, but in Curacao there are fleets
of them. Curacao is a long thin island a few
miles off the coast of Venezuela. It is 38
miles long and 2'a at its narrowest.
"turn-ups" Saville How aiso na* -r>ht unr*"'. -rt,,..
" -no 1JUrltt3EE&Si nalgaln^fplaceXr It'se^T?
them- I' .'I!' .."""'f SX^; years ofuneasyllfo. It was founo
IL/ fy'.tr^iS *d ,n P^ide the minority with a
more or less highbrow radio s*-r
vice. It Is now being regarded ,1-
UuBe given. Some countle- ZT T\*'ialU>-'"n,*\\w- UM>ful tvcn by people who do no
areTh/ving a, if this Feativ.; Z is eMTM^!""inffes 2 %""& 2 tsS
wan their own private property Jn Eni(iann ai(. ,,owlv .hanging. n" ^ 'h.n* cn .^ do"* w"(l
- -Festival of Sussex" ,. progdl- d KIoWlnK brighter. Th,s week ^^f ,l'n* f 'l. J 22SS?
piorlaimed on the South Coast. ,n RnK,,llld everything has com- *"hn"m thpt lh"uh r,n^'^ri>v
Last Minute Rush hined to remind us of the affair* JEr "KT"^ 9*nJHy
;,, ., .. 1..., i.,!e 1 ( a hundred vears ,... whennumh^ '/ ir '' "","'
,) d S this hurry and Prince Albert/ancestor of our ^^ZZx^tIT**
U.stlc has begun. Only a wcck Festival was almit to open. And * that otherwi
ago depressing reports came from Lord Samuel, the best wit
the Festival Gardens that this English politics, ha- reminded
[un-fail and amusement pan; how dull nineteenth century
would open almost three wet!., costume was then. The
get a public hearing. New
"moderns" have been playe*
regularly and the musicians of
black ltlc l*81 h"ve be,n ^"rned for
there have bWQ "hard hat" topped off a gloomy interesting rorntter, -;'"^'',l-
the Third Prograi
be floundering In a
A TliM DAYS'
TRIP
By E. C JACKMAN
w day, of s..i..huic and a i-mcmhlc Onr'liuflnrw glTljirilJ *>__
funinrtniM liunl "I work. Th" fould warrrly In- h. i '" I
,""" w"ll Vn nvc day. laic frnn, hi5 .olnnn nc.jhlm.ir. What- of dull antique mui.c and ,-.
' o u i-^iuui w.inl ocm, 10 have .-vet lh.- ohd mrrit. ot the rale verar ulay.. But in the
bain" rniid ^, TOM photo Victorian Ae In England. II had year It ha, b*
ESl.Tc"sE^'tSc'h tXffUSi an'-en^oT: K" JtWKf
I un.'Sc 300 lecl UMa the nky ier phaw when Ihc Hoyal Court cajt.nl sy.lem. haw cople.1 lh.
&.V*a.je -- r"%l$?^m. g?VuM
Tha B.B.C. ha, been dcvollne costs a Kreal deal. But Ihc listener
ider its mini transniuion Urn week to regular services may count the
cnUrcly lo a "Hash back" ot a money well spent tt II relieves h,s
Skylon hundred years. On the Third Pro- favourite wavelength of chaml.
a a al___.u.a^ltv ai^4 .liei-lll'Lltlhv
gramme we have
music of 1851, tii,. talks
r d
the music and discussions on IMdieVii
d con- philosophy.
Puert Rieo Builds A Folk School
Am.rit.1. i-Ui.il in lh* t
iwousri handicapped
rt-toturr*. I* worklns lo I
the
latural
potentiiil
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subject area come together nt
least once every two weeks for
approximately three hours. These
blocks of lime are used to pro-
vide general orientation of units
of work and to plan studies and
collateral activities. The ottic*:
further recommends that general
'red fully equivalent to the group meeting* be followed by
Foremost in this concept is the standard secondary programme, an extended period during which
importance they attach to formal The heart of the plan, and per- students can consult wit
cdutulion The Puerto Hican re- haps It* moat radical departure, teacher and receive ind
cards his public schools with a Is the technique of guided Inde- assistance
faith matched by few peoples in pendent study The major part Students meet In a simple room
history Through them, he is de- of the work Is done by the stu- requiring tables, chairs, a black-
tcrmined to find ways to a high- dent himselfaway from the board, a small library, and (In
cr standard of living. school, on his own time, and in the case of science classes) mini-
Puerto Rico, an American tcr- large measure at his own pace. mum laboratory equipment. Thi*
rilory, maintains with the ex- Inasmuch us. the initiative re- room functions also at an office
penditure of 30 per cent, of 1U mains with the student, th'. for teachers, as a guidance centre bia.
budget a puh'ir-school organiia- principal role of the teacher Is as for students, and. where practl-
tion much like that in ihc United guide and consultant For this cable, as a meeting pl.ee for
States with six-year elementary purpose, the central offlce provide* community clubs.
schools, three-year intei mediate each study group with two teachers More t^-in any other kind of
Of junior high schools, three-year one specializing in language and secondary education, Plan Moro-
senior high (secondary) schools, social studies, the other in mathe- vis requires a well-equipped and
and a university. Gradual ex- matlcs and natural sciences. The functional library. Such a library
pansion toward the goal of unl- llrst task of thc*c teacher* Is to containing basic texts, period.-
versal elementary education is organise and lead the work of cal material, supplementary refer-
under way. Paucity of funds has the student group. Their most ence books, und audio-visual ma-
presented to educators a major critical job, however. l lo nurturt teiialsis of sarvoi nol only to
challenge to devise new means to the attitudes and skills necessary students at all levels, but to the
care for o\it-of-*chool youth to successful prosecution of inde- whole community. In addition,
Many new proposals have been pendent study. Proponents of the the flexible schedule opens up a
tried Few. however, seem to hold plan admit that it is on the ability whole new range Of valuable, in-
the promise of Plan Morovls. of these teachers effectively t-> expensive resources such as guid-
whlch had ita origin In 1948 in teach these skill* and attitudes ed Held excursion*,
the post war pressure for that much of the lueeess of their Although the plan U sUII In
increased secondary education programme rest*. the experimental stage, the re-
cspccially In the smaller com- Although the broad over-nil mils have been encouraging.
munitie* on the Island. curriculum Is essentially the same Teacher interent has remained
as that of the standard senior spirited, and students have not
Two alternative* were then high (secondary) school, the ac- only met curriculum rcspomibili-
available to the student seeking tual selection of courses to be of- ties, but also have organized
secondary schooling (11 the rcgu- fered during a given school year many co-curriculum social and
lar high (secondary) schools will be conditioned by the need.- civic activities There Is evideno
located principally In the larger and interests of the students and that the plan is producing excel
town*-- which could admit only a by the nature of Ix-al instruction- lent ucademic icsulls throughout
limited number of students horn al lesnurco*. The curriculum Is the island.
their Immediate or neighl*>urtng developed around uiuu of work Plan Morovls has opened
communities and (2> a plan of which, although prepared In basic whole new vista to educators on
free examinations ailministi'ie-l fnrm at the central office, are Ihe island. Already, a programme
hv the Puerto Ri.an Bureau of nevertheless sublcvt to ihe critl- is under way to extend IU meth-
School Extension for work done cal analysis of the student groups, ods downward to the junior high
independently. Ordinarily, successful comple- school and outward to non-ma
Obviously, many of those de- tion of a work inn; will involve trlctuated adult group*. Th>
siring secondary education could Initial orientation and assignments Puerto Kir an Department or Edu-
not be adequately cared for under (undertaken by the group In cu- cation 1* also studying means oi
either arrangement. Seeking a operation with th* teacher), tndl- transferring some of its ediu
way in which to meet this de- vldual consultation with teru-h.T* tional assets to the regular ten.
mand without divertinc fund* from and other local resource*. A high (secondary) school. An ex-
ilic elementary school extension student enrolls for as much work perimental project will )>c Initia-
programme, public educational a* he feels ht can successfully ted which will attempt lo Involve
authorities, largely under the negotiate, and evaluation is built the whole student body of a se
]i ..<(. i hip of Aasiatant Commis- on reports of the teacher and nior secondary school In a slmi-
Muni'i Francisco Collaro. estub- special tests constructed by the lar programme Incorporating self
Hulled a modest ex|>erimental central office. Academic credit is study. Finally, a significant at-
plan at Morovis during 1848-49. also granted for appropriate 0C- tempt will be made in the outu.ni
Out of tbii experiment has come eunational experience under the of 1951 to bring vocational in-
a pioneering programme standard rule* of the central of- struclion irlo the scop*; of the
The central aim or the Morovls Ree. and all credit obtained under plan,
plan Is to provide the fundamen- Plan Morovis is transferable Puerto Rican* have developed
tal clement* of a secondary cdu- should the student later enroll In hi Pten Mouhh a remarkable
cationwitli special emphasis on a regular secondnry school educational Innovation for their
its application to local ru nmun- Class meeting* an* bald accord- Island, one that might well be
itv lifeto adolescent* and adults lug to a flexible schedule arrang- adopted m other countries, and
unable to enroll in a regular se- ed by students in co-operation with have illustrated In no small
nior high (ecomUry) school, teachers. The central office re- measure their determination
The education provided Is con*id- commends that groups In etch *olve their problems
Oil tanks are very conspicuous, as oil is
sent from Venezuela and refined in Curacao.
Il was said that the shops have compara-
tively cheap goods, but an attendant in one
asked me $40 (American money) for a small
pircelain figure. It may be that other
articles are more reasonable.
Our nexl call was at Cartagena in Colom-
This port has the b-est harbour on the
Northern coast of South America. After the
lown had been captured three times, it was
thought advisable to till up the Boca Grande
(large mouth) with stones, so that ships
could not use it.
The small mouth (Boca Chica) is now used
instead, as it is easier to defend. The old city
was enclosed by a very heavy wall but it
could not keep out the ubiquitous pirates of
Sir Francis Drake in 1585, or subsequently
the French.
From Cartagena we bad *-!.e long run to
Jamaica where we tied up alongside the
wharf. When it got cooler we took a drive to
the Hope Gardens. The taxi driver said that
no rain had fallen in the Kingston district
since a small shower in December.
This drought had turned the grass into
hay, and even the trees showed signs of being
parched. The dust, of course, was bad. In
the Hope Gardens the Bougainvillea and
Cannae had been watered and alone flauntjrd
?olour. The orchid house is worth a visit
These gardens can be beautiful but the
d rough had spoiled (heir beauty.
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Rtiiliu Inli'.frri'iuv
T'i Tag Editor The atdopaf
S1K.In your edition i>T tin*
. Kill April "O.itimi't'* unite very
l.ilmgly and certainly mil with*
i bum i: 11. mini .rit.-itVii'iin"
to radio reception generated by
i ling vehieler..
For the benefit of our Membert
ear owners who may
not know that this 1* an
or even hfiW to. overcome the
trouble, wi would advise them as
follows:

graph Act 1940 makes it illegal
Id use any vehicle causing elec-
triCal inteifii.il..' wiili the law-
ful and normal operation of
litenced wireless apparatus or
1,,-iv.r
The ordinary private car only
raqutrei a suppressor to be fltted
in the high tension cable con-
Ihe distributor The
suppressor is a resistor usually
made up in cartridge form. It
coat* about 60 cent* and can be
fitted in a few minutes. Moat of
the leading garages have them in
sink They do not intuf.T.- wlUl
the running of the car If the cor-
rect type of resisior il used. In
feet manuf.irlurcrs now \\\ sup-
pressing devices WCn,- iheii urs
leave the works.
The respon-ilbilily for seeing
that the Act is obeyed rests on the
Government Electrical Inspector
who has two cars tltted trill, the
apparatus for ttoMCtsBg
.h(| oflattM, The ears cruise about
the roads and should a rtbajli ba
nGlinting a noise sufllci
n*. to make radio reception im-
possible, us number is noted and
I white paper II sent to the owner
; .ind requesting hi* co-operation.
If no notice is taken of this ;i UBIl*
mona is Ukasjr u> (olloa
A motor car owner can easily
f Ihn car U causing in-
tarfanne* by driving II to a dis-
t.-ince of about 50 feet from a radio
leceivcr and then with the engine
running, the receiver ihould be-
tuned to the 13. 19. 25 I
meter Muds and the resulting
i.oise will Ul him know if it II
sufficient tu interfere with normal
irveption.
Secretary. Barbados Auto-
mobile Association.
151 Roebuck Si .
' wn
This ten days' trip has a curious zig-zag
itinerary. From Jamaica we returned to
Curacao and then passed on again to La
Juaira. On the way to Trinidad we hugged
he bleak looking Venezuela coast all the
morning. The sky was overcast uniil the
East Wind used its broom to brush the
clouds away. At once there was a trans-
formation. As far as the horizon the sea be-
came an expanse of molten silver. In contrast
the deep blue ocean to the west still slept.
This time we nosed the wharf at Trinidad.
so we landed and had a very pleasant drive
up Lady Chancellor's roountain road, so
called after her because she had urged its
building.
From the top ofte has a wide expanse of
view over valleys and shipping.
Back to the ship, and away for Barbgdo*..
and the end.
If you are not a good sailor the pleasure
nf this trip will depend on Ihe weather met
We had a nasty night between Cartagena
and Jamaica, and we left Kingston in a good
imitation of a gale; but having regard to th
entire trip ihe weather was on the whole
good.
rou voi it
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Anehar Milk Powder
Decoration*
Gold Braid Rum
HAMS
CHICKENS
CHEESE
< .-l,i Storaie Hams
avge 16 I's.
Tin Ham* 3 Sites
Salami
Frankfurter Sau-avei
Sausare Roll In Tin*
Jellied Chtekrn In tins
Jellied Turke\ In Tins
Helm Soups (Canadian)
Campbell Soup* (Canadian)
Kl I I- 4 no I
with llii-sr!
Bass Ale
.mi i '... Stout
Wort hint: ton Ale
Canada Iir> (linger Ale
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Caribbean Commission
Opens Session Here
Tin- lirst meeliriK of Ihe taribbran Commission rvrr
to be held in Barbados opens on Monday morning in the
l.ei;i*liilivr Council Chamber.
His Kxcellency the Governor will deliver Ihe opening
address, welcoming the delegates and declaring the meet-
ing open. Subsequent sessions wj]| be held in the new
ranc* Room at Hastings House, under the Chairman-
ship of Sir George Seel. British Co-Chairman of the Com-
mission.
Tlus will Or the twelfth meet-
ing of the Caribbean Commits! on
and the first to he held m Hm-
bcilos although the UK session
i f the West Indian I'cmrVrrncc
;.s held hot. in IH4
The West Indian Conf.ivmr is
an auxiliary body of Ihe Cartb-
9 :ool wr treated * Commission and its mo."
>eteiit meeting was held in
Curacao last December when Mr
F. L. Walrott and Mr E I.
Ward represented Barbados
IIOSI-II \l SI IM.IOV
Vlillmgtoi. Gives
L^flure Keeital
. i ii -.
id the start of Co
to a tMUMtvl Hecilal giv
'iing in the Schoui Hall.
by Mr. James A. Mnlingion on MM
violin, accompanied by Mr. Geruli
Hudson.
Hr. MtUmgton and Mr.
mbars of tne stan*
OH U.uhcs Music Appii-
ciat* n -"d Vocal Clajaaaa, wiui.
Mi Millington does Theory
Musii* ..nd teaches Ihc violin
Addendum
The addendum for this neriiiv:
will have to be finally accepted
by the Commissioners after the
uf matttng '-pens .nd it is expevtcr.
thai the main items for discussion
bom nine yfaUl old to IB *"' ,n^lua* 'be recommendations
listened enthusiastic llj to the
otal and appreciated it with the
warmth it aeserved.
Some of the items included In
lb* inform 11 but well arrang* i
prifcrammc were: Moto Perpetuo".
t.v Boho, "Czardas" by Monti.
'Air and Variation '
01 and "Concert., in C,
Major" by De Bvn.it.
Baton Mr MlUbigton played
each piece, he explained its struc-
ture and various technical points.
which were to be introduced, anu
the methods of producing these
effects on the violin. Mr. Milling.
ton's masterly execution of th
pieces showed that he has lust
nono of that gift of interpretation
artier recital years.
The Recital, which
approximately one hour, was the
first tVCT to lie held by the school
Major No.,n. Headmaster. \,,\,\ tne
Advocate tli .1 DC Sri i'xui-it;ii>
aad arUh the way In wbldi the
boys appreciated the m I
Rl HDDm of Kensington New
itoad h . yeaterday mernlnf, a larga mini'
:. uran iinupped wiih
pick axe*, Bhovell and drills eon Id
be seen along the road and many
people thought the road was going
to be pepalred.
They however found out later
tint the Waterworks, Department
was laying pipe lines.
A few residents, near the Fon-
tabi'ile and, already have watsqr H
their hi uses. The old pipe line did the U.S A.
not run along Ihe full length of Then- are sixteen Cnmirmsion-
Ctie i-oad. Other residents at the arc, four from each national sec-
t it her end of the road, near the lion The British Chairman. Sli
Baxters Rind end. will now : OaargC Seel has wltn him thre^
bit to rci taps in their hom*s ether Commissioners. Mr J K.
A man who was living in K. ;i Tho-npson. Colonial Attache to
Lnflten Ne Hd lor the p:..t J.I the British Embassy, Mr. G H
iii tna Advocate that no Adams, leader of the majority
Xtrarnely anxious to let Party in the House of Assembly
water. It was quite e .sy for him "^.^Sj .? A """S*"1**
,cnd tn a public pipe for water {jj-gjj *. n^orUy^ Pjrjr in
Jamaica.
....,nu hn,- ML Thompson arrived yesler-
. .V.; .T< W afternoon while Hon. W. A.
Ilustamante is expected to arrive
In Barbados on Sunday accom-
emanating frjm the West Indie-
Conferenco, (Fourth Session).
These recommendations for
the most part centre around the
iufrir/uliural problems o| th
Caribbean and ii new rc.naim
IM the Commission to take
action in line with the sugges-
tions made on the Ooofarenca
floor by the delegates from the
several terrltoi
Other matter* which will be
discussed will be recommenda-
Uona arising from trvhim-.il
conferences sponsored by the
Caribbean Commission among
which are the technical meet-
ing of Rural Co-operatives,
held in Trinidad, the recom-
mendations of the Conference of
Statisticians and the meeting of
Ihe Caribbean Research Coun-
cil's Committee on Wild Life
.mo Forestry.
There ara also the usual mat-
to. uiihiii the Commission's
purview which decision will
have t.> be taken, as well as the
normal review of the function* of
Ihc Central Secretariat, which i .
.is it were, the Commission';;
exacutive arm.
An Experiment
The Caribbean Commission mav
be described as an experiment
within the Caribbean on co-oper- .
ation across national boundaries
Its members are those- nation*
which have responsibility for non-
.stlf governing territories within
the areaFrance, the Nether-
lands, the United Kingdom an l
New Books On Ma totharQ
Show al Public
Librar\
fram Page I
The !'
. booksits m
lion and 114 BOO Bi I
thea* whicii ..!< now on
-l i u ,i ill be released to the pub-
lic on Saturday.
Books on exhibition include
books iji cricket and football
which "ill appeal :. the sent
boy playing these games On tn ampr*e~ n'naval esoCBMdi
. there U "Book Of Cm ket" China
by Sir FYlham. Warner dr.lmg
h with I- wUflJL Heidin*.
letting and buef look-over of
baaj batsmen
and boa :mportant
Cribble's "They Kidnapped Stan

the United Slates was planning to
: that !to begun to i.- Le
aid the Joinl
i nafl

ical." On January 12 the Joint
ted 0 Study
to the Secretary of IV!.
Ik Th.it an tinue and
economic blockadr trade
with china.
' That we were to prepare now
For that rich
savoury flavour I
Matthews
Of .
Remove now i *
re.i nii.iis* :
Manchuria.
Renoi now
itkHialtat !
i real'
He added: "As far as I know
"
-
h
ibble tells of the gspartan
Bna)lah Internattoiii
play
tins book lhl Juint Chief) of staff hav
"-ver "hanged those recommenda-
tions."
Asked if he thought the recom-
rwhere.eltb
* uui f Defanea ox Un Pn
be repued i would assume so.
Sir
.i has probebb
bed i new vtaton opaned*' Mac
Arthur continuad n is the pos-
Mlnln> of reaching the warm
waters of the Paeifte and Indian
bg Heihert C Link:
i Inriii - t> W
Burn. Pi raran of Medarn
it King's College in the
U of Durham
FeebaUon offlcers will be clad
. Mi.it Sir Cyril Hurt's "The
Itickttard Child" is amcug tome Oceans.
i f ihe bc-Ws tcuchinn luvnllf
There 1* nlio "Chil-
en of To tay" hy Kthe! DukM
Dl AND MSB K KUCZYNSKI who arrived by SB Osscofne from
Bmland yentenUy. The doctor is the newly appointed mediral offlc^i
of the Qntrsl HosplUl
Shouiri Taixis Hv.
Ramoved Vrom
Itritlgetown ?
by any CCN
could extend down to the Incoar
() **li Ihe M> (it. i
but it would pi*
I'ndi uiKin the continent of Airc-
WhlCh f"I 'he in

lial is something that
11 and nil Induatn whal
aver its nationahlv might
Realrr
Make th.it >rcw realty tasty
with hjai i little Marmnc !
Make it hrffrr lor you too
Marmitc conuins the Bi
viurnins that build up
health and resistance to
illness. That's why i\\ so
good tor everyone on bread
and btmcr or in tasty sand-
wiches. SOU .'i'- do SO
much with Marmitc in
mips, gravies, sauces and
savouiy dishes and Marmitc
does so much tor good cooking.
Ship Will Load Sugar
At Speightstown
latown
It will no the
A Sl'CIAR SHIP is expected to cj.11 i
in another two weeks to load for the U.K.
second to call at this port this crop.
A shipping clerk told the Advocate vesterdt) thai a
ship, which WU expected to call for suKaY this week-end.
was no longer expected The bonds in the Cit\ were be-
cominj' conMestod. he said, and the sugar ships ciillmc Bl
Barbados were first relieving these bonds.
\ liattor to the island told the
Adverale >i>tcul.o that there
were still a few things in the local
jarMB^rtul.Uon. B..I could M fa (;,.,|,.rul llos|>illll
' ,'; HUBBI bl w..................
;... 1h,-L"'iSr..... |s T""
two ..1 itMi in ,,,k '
u-iibB ]&S,V7:iluiSLSSi'JS:
imuld l>c parked at a centr;il
\||ioiiili'il Sislcr
Stater ..t the Barbadd
MAR MITE
The Vitamin 8 Yeast Food
Mid" In England
"; KV&ttV.: ?mtttttS&a.w.;'rv
should ic parked at a centr.t %' " " /*"., "
( arklng area outside the City anil '<"H>it.il sl.nrtly
;i public (1|it.oe placed al the dJ. * "I**"" J,mi
Steel Band
To Play At
(f.K. Festival
but "what he wanted was
road repaired."
One night hi
and while walking along thli
he nearly broke his foot in
hole.
He said that when rain falls the ponied hv hja secretary.
utteri ara filled with water fur The U.S. section Is headed by
many weeks, and it is very llsaani- Mr Ward Canaday. President of
lary. Ha Bndi it impossible t-> the Willys Overland Corporation
nlerate the numlicr of mosquitoes, of America. Me is the man who
Hafts, residents of this road also developed the "Jeep", (General
suffer great losses of stock during Purposes Vehicle) during the last
When the fowl;;, war.
ducks and turkevs are not .... ,,
drowned, they dig of colds. Livestock Practices
SIXTY-TWO MEN were present Mr Canaday. a mulli-milhnn-
at the Central Police SttU i aire. owns estates In St. CroU.
yesterday to apply for tw vaemi- virgin Islands, where he has con-
cles In the Fire Brigade. ducted experiments in farm and
The majority had an elementary livestock practices suitable to
education to the Seventh Standard that area.
while severj1 were former pupils The other members nf the U.S.
of Secondary Schools and about section arc Mr. Jesus Pinero. the
half a doxeti held School Cerliil- first native Governor of Puerto
Inspector M. Unmth. Hand-
master of the "nlice Band. St
I ucia. will take Trinidad Steel
Band to the Fr.t.val of Britain
Hv will comlu the band when
it gives performances at the
Festival
"This is the (irst time man-'
Europeans will be hearing Steel
Band and it should be a novelty
to them", a member of the local
Police Band told the Advocate
yaatarday,
Inspector Griffith arrived In the
island yesterday by B W.I.A. from
St. Lucia intransit to Trinld id
I -i> ., ,i in
,...ii oTdriver in this w '"kl-"ii. foui of wMeh awn
.-quiring: ;, taxi < oulcl "** '" ""' '*""'' s'!' '"'''
,.,ii, phone ta it lht Adraeaai ,< terdai thai rv
He said that where the taxi ire li'-' banafitted ireat deal '.....
1 preeent ps^riud, eould ba made ,l*' iralnlnj ai lha varl to
Sirking arasu (or private cars pttala and apart fronti tru
totoriata from Ihe Windward aapn-l. her lUj In Engl
partshi could cull) park their bean moat iritereaunj
vehiclev in Trafalgar Squiire and kt*
those from the 1-eeward parishes Niuve Walters, left ll.nliados li
at Bckwltta Place. Itil5 and entere.1 St Kai |
The nolaea al present made by HoaptteJ m North London when
taxi engine- and drivari chatting ha ipant tbreo rea
iwai then vetuew woul ral iralnlng work and par) of
nnnoy clerks on the business i., midwifery training She ihei
little room left for further , ,...... ., pl.( llM. .,,,.,...,,, h ,,..,.,,
the Public Huildlngv. he BBM ihe COmplatad her
' The,., should be no taxiviMikol honing Al II.is ho.p.tal sh.
ked ai i t.iii nurse and tatet
The sugar bonds in Speights-
town ore almost filled <"p. Th<-
bends of Messrs H. & t;. Clial
tenor are already filled and are
receiving no more sugar lateen
Ltd.'a bonds hav
storing.
Lid's bonds
Mi- i Plantgtloi
are tilled, all Un
Ihe vicinity of ihls building ai
ssSSSss Stfaa rg-
v .i
the Leeward partshe will
have to be sent to Bridgetown
The clerk said that the three
ships which took sugar ut Budge
town doling this week, eased Iho
congestion of the bonds consid-
erably. This, he said, may hash n
the arrival ol tnother ship at
S] four titnfs a day while taxis
centtantly "i 'he go "
Work Klsewhere
Mr K D Mottley, Senior Repre-
sentative in the Hi-use of Assembly
for the CJty, told the Advocate
Those paopla who are innoyd i in- hoapltal, m got he
by seeing taxis In the City ought In Tropical Nural
Xu
S, li
Hoapttaj
The next stage ii
training waa
itl ouraa In rropk i
ing at University College Hoa
pltal. a branch of the I.hhIoi
s-in .i ..f Tropteal Mad...... \.
Ilililoin i
catei
Tbey were axamlned by Flra
i D ixgs and up to ye-terday
evening the number was reduced
These three are
going through the An
two will be chosen to fill
Rico. Mr Pinero is very active
in Puerto Riean affairs and Is a
el iiiciid of 'he present Gov-
ernor He is particularly inter-
ested in housing problems and U
a keen a.nateur photographer.
A new member of the US
section is Dr. Alonro Mrwon, a
vacaneiM ___ native of the Virgin islands who
rfND MONTHLY MKFTING of ls aI prcM President of Hamp-
the Coml-ermere Old Boys' ion Institute. Virginia The fourth
Association will take place al 8 member of the U.S. stction. Dr
o'clock tonight at Combenner.. Rafael Ilco. who was here fo--
There will be a film show givn the 1944 Conference and who
be the Uri'lsh Council. After the created a most favourable impres-
i slon. will not be attending thin
i meeting but the section will have
the oenellt of the advice of Mr
Sol Luis Descartes, Treasurer of
Puerto Rico and Chairman of th-
Caribbean Research Council.
will like
meet members nterested
football
Govl. Must Ereet
Ifu* Siand Latrine
French Section
by
i i are com-
I -Lulling because there is no latrine
al Um Probyu Street Bui St sod,
but they will not pet one unti*.
Government decides to erect it.
|fi I p \; ilcv. \1 C P-.toM
the ,Ad'ea4e yesterday that th<*
I'ommuisioners of Health ara con-
mous of Ihe 'act of the necessity
r.r more sanitary aocommod-lUon
L'l the City and they are working
on the selection of sites.
"As far as the bus stand Is con-
cerned. It la so olwlotudy i
that a Jitrine should have been
erected e\'er since. Of OOtWM
sanitary convenience in the MM
aland is u mitter lor central
Government", he said.
Mr. Mottley said; -1 am sure
tint the Coi Of Health
would ie willing to look after tho
Mkoliara convenwnoa in the bus
stand when it is erect' "
As regards the two new r*IUM
roiiectois, Mr. Mottley said tha".
they are giving exceptionally goo I
rervice and he is looking forward
to Ihe day when the Scavenging
I department is equipped with all
,ollectors of this type.
The French section is
Baron Edmund Petit do Bf
ger. the French Ambassador to
Tuba and a man of considerable
experience in the French Over-
st rvke.
Ho will lie supported by Mr.
Gabriel Van Laelhem. Secretary
to the French Embassy at Wash-
ington. Mr Louil Feuillard,
engmewr of the Guadeloupe Pub-
lic Works and Mr. Antoine
Wiborcl. Head of the First Divi-
sion of the Prefecture at Mar-
tinique.
[ir llendrik Ricmens, Minister
Of Ihe Netherlands in Venezuela.
iv Nclherland Co-chairman. Dr.
Rlemeng was formerly Counsellor
to the Netherlands Embmsv to
the United Nations at l-ake Suc-
cess and pr*slded at the recent
Watt Indian Conference when bk
tart and ability were highlv
acclaimed by the delegates.
The others in the Dutch section
are Dr. C. De la Try Elbe.
formerly President of the High
Court of Justice, Curacao; Jonk-
heer. Quarless Van Uflord. Sec-
retary to the Netherlands
Embassy In Washington and Mr
C H II Jongbow of Surinam
A BREAKDOWN in the bf&M
ni .it of the Him mill at
Fairfleld Sugar Factory, ha
Um Faeti r 141a for th,- past i
days. Workmen were busy during
that period effecting the neeps
vary repairs The factory is ex-
pected to start again i<
\ here ttav to flva antl
to find
ork"
H. ftld that he did not think
bang the l.iXis should
THE
Hen
COMMIHSIONERS ol
alth of the pal h
l.uiy and St. IVter i ml ' i
da) 'i.. kta what thi
with parrowi Hi i
HoU'.e is built PW Uj ll Bl
and partly in Si Li
is the property of both panidic:
The Advocate learned that St
Lucy was willing to sell her part
of the buOdtng Thi- f.n WH
('isc.i'ised .it the nieetnit
UM City. "Does it not appear to
mine people that taxi driven IM
owners must a'so live '" he s.ml
"Surely these people have never
been to big rountrtaa. it is time
lhat people stop being so narrow-
mlndad and - Ifish and think of
the other fellow's plight also.
.....:
Would do and children to support and whv
Farrows shoulil they be pusnod out of the
Petei City, when aapaclally, time .,<.
It few public telephones, if any. to
For the past seven months sh'
h.....in -a-.iii Vfgfj
Matirnhy HOgpltal in UmdOO
rlolng midwtfi 11
Nurse Walter* returned home
rnornlng by lha s s
(i>w*ne and plftftl lO enjov .,
short hohd... i
her duties.
Contact them." he said.
ROAD WOBUM
nleiing their laying of a pd
built foleriu
NO QUORUM
At St. Michael's Vestry
p|le
Oft
School
terday.
;it Dougl.e St I'.r. i v.
They were breaking the sur
face uf the top of th. BUI H
to linish laying the plpt
Vehicles moving along that road
had to be driven with great can-
ehedutad t<
i yeslerday wai
there was m

Vetry whic.
tang ptisja at 2 p.
n quorum
Among the it.in., which Were
mi down for discussion were the
Coanmtttea'i Report on the metiiod
(^ be adopted foi the payment of
retrospective wages for Parochial
Kmplovee.. a motion by Mr B. A.
ELEVEN FINIS were imposed Weatherhead that Ihe Vestry con-
on offenders by Police sider the advisability of having the
Magistrate Mr. S. H. Nurse at Veatries Act 1911 UUI
lli week The highest fine was L2 power to makt. rules to be con.
i-nri 2 costs Imposed on Ethel armed '- ''
bcrl Hamsay of Ash ton Tenan live Committee. (Ol the proper
try. St. Peter, for overloading conduct of its meetings; and
i:\ with OBIM The line another motion by Mr F. McD.
to iii ran dayi Of Synirnon 's suggesting the appoint.
QUAKE FELT
'Iran Oar n CsreSBJIgliall
antici'a. Ha) :i
To-day an earth tremor was
felt lasting approximately 2(.
M-.on.ls The shaking and 'um-
bllag was ot an tntannt) to arouse
i i'!'1 and the duratton wta
lengthy enough for them to
reallat the ' acond 'quake within weak, ;.
previous slight sharp tremor hav-
ing occurred at t 45 a m Thurs-
day April MUJ
bi \:iimso\s
IIKO.XII STRI IT
fJaBI till All II
OIM^II 4.1 ASS
For WINDOWS. Hi" Hi MWBA '<.
AVAILABLK IN nVB ATTRACTIVE DESIGNS
Each in Two Si/os48"\18" und 54" 16"
1^
We are in n position to Qunle
very favoii ruble PrlfMflPhone
h.
Will
dh
iied for
The
Inspector M. GRIFFITH
While ne.e he called at lha lo
Band Headquarters for a f
hours to look up his old fl and
Sgt. Archer, who on many
occasions his acted us cond.ctot
of the local band.
M"
Sgt. Archer told the Adveralc
that Inspector Griffith was once a
member of the Barbados Pottee
Band He left the island and da.
eined the Trinidad Police Band
where he rose to the rank of
Sergeant. Following this be w-is
tiansferred to the St. Luca Police
Band!
.
. in Iai ige The of-
fender wa i Oacai wot i
rowla, ol Rector) 11. I
St Peter
OIIEKATE catches of fish
nded at Ihe
Speightstown fish market dudftg
The week Mostly flying flati and
' dclphin were caught. Boys made
BMOey by ht-ikuu mall
Jacks.
QT. PETER has had a very de-
3 week. The rainfall return* at
District "E" Police Station n
corded only three parts of rain
up to yeslerday evening The
three pan of rail I < II on Tues
night.
(OMMIS
rnenl of
and make
of granting a
llvfni boniif to
Prrwnl al llw iM

1 II-.-,.n. M, C RraSSM M
Hi C A Br.il
LsaSfsa M. F D M.i
Ml' I' nd M J H.wilT
ider
s nn the
coat-of-
ployeaj
While in England Inspector
t;riffllh will take a six months
course at the Boyal Shi ol of
Mus c
THE IIIGIIWAV
SKINERS of St P.
tarrying out extenslvc repairs to
leu niti i -'I r. ih^t'obaua 33
read workers are under the super
vision of Mr Erw Chall'-nor.
Itoad Inspector of the Parish, and
Mr T. O Harris, Road In-
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WITH HITIIllll TVHi:il WHEELS HIT WITHOUT
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ISO Hllfcajaai. done It.uOo mile* and
UHB Mom* Oaford. dona 11.000 rrile.
Both can in eacellem condition Ring
MS. Boo. Asencloi Ltd.
IP t SI On
IMS 10 II p
Uorrli Oxford
M nor IPM HP
Ford Van 10 H P
V IMS Ford V I
All ihe** Can a
.>,.
and |i 00 sandap.
NOTICE
THE LORD 0UVI
OCBTI
All WPatn. of UW .bov a SOcMly -h.
have bean in Iha Society up to the
and of 1MB. arc here*.; requoatsd to
leave iho r IW0 Contribution Canla ai
Uie OfrV* of ihe Rocialrar ol Friewdl)
Bocietle*. Town Hall
No card, will be accaptad after Ihe
II r
Clerk. Refinrar. t'rlrndlv Societies
I i W -*<
V'I'HLir SAI.IS
*wi. KSrATK
Sl'TTABlr
C* CH Area 10*71
a li land .r^ i.pa- m, (i IO-d_ Dial
HI Day and MM Nmht IS St If.-
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I OH HIM
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**!, i rnla a ioo^ v.
ard *'hdobi
ir-eofc Tl hMi
rd w..k 4 COM
tUktoT
Dancing Classes
PuMli of The Barbados
Dancliid are nMlflad thai
'*! mm will tunwnoiw o>
h and Salurday Iho 5th .
tlai-e. for
ruin Up
I Ua>
AtC'ilON

MAT VAN IPI1 MOBIL
re matrorlod to ml im> .tkh-M
been dimafm in a>i acrMe-.L
Auction ..i MM
Krida 4lh Ma
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ISH*
LIQL'OR I l( I \sl NOTICE
K-nneih A. Sullivan hoklr
Ucomo No KM of IPM. uranted
all buikHitfj at mwi N-lv" and Klruj
Wm. SUeei i>rrmiaa>on
u aaid IJqm
I .
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
Oi TPaMffdP lih k} iniir of Ui<
. i we will aall PM
_,' "**6* * LdPrapnoo Ofap i.i.
Pre Nouare Trp-Tpii
Lyr'ff'P*^"- T.bk *.t > Don
on. Tea Tn Foldnv
i a * all i" Mahoauti Vl
H
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an <( H P ,
'in mi
il barsal
Coupe
PM huv ,
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thr
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.
-nation. The trade
mark ran be apm on application at my

Daleri thi* 30th d.iv o4 Aaril IP5I
II WILLIAMS.
l(c*i>lrr of Tf-I- Maik.
One IBJB llrdford Truck
Good Woikina Order Apply lo M
Rrereion. Covinro Carape.
WAGGON One 147 V-l Ford Sution
WSdJBN m perfect condillon Appl) JXd
or S143 XI 51-1 f.n
ELECTKICAI-
Ml 1 I.Alii) I Tllll KADI
O C I^wl*
TAKE NOTICE -
1 Hz'.
UH
1
of the Slai
' I
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Maw York, rt,
: ,
">< Oi a trade mark
Hcairtir in rmprl of al
wnlihr.
the i
'' DISTILLING
i iff an lied u nder
fti Mnli..,l.
m I^.inaloi.
m Part "A" of
holic bevcradc.
" be entitled
M ii-. .
r-.ri ahall tl
i .1. ph. ne
M'n
ML unli
:.,",.ir.tion. 7
tra.ir mark ca.i bo **en on appllrati
lte.l thlawih day of Arml. IP1I
II WILI.IAMK.
n*fl>lrar of Trudr Mark"
1151
V*-> '*-. '*''*.'.';'.'.;'.'.'*'.'*'.', -
West Indian & British
llmd made Crafl-. Ai>|iquei.
Hand li locked Beach-
worr, Decootlon llouae. Si
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. ', ',V/rV/////rV/rM V&%
{.HII.VTAI.
SOl'lAIRS. <
JEWEL!
Nfw Shipment
THANI'S
SOl'lMHS. ( I Kills.
JEWELS
Nfw Shipmrnt oprnrd
TODAYS NEWS FLASH
Dim* ui your Fountain Pen* for
NUI and RACK replacementa.
Quo li the only Store filled with
modern tool. Ml Pen tdnlM
lOBNWm STATIONERV
AMI
ii.xitim'Aiti:
H.:: Iii'i.lI! SERVICE
TAB all poata before eiectln.
A i-ii.U quantity of thla
irrl.l .1:11 available
OAI nOEKi. Bay St.
. IBC. per gallon.
let Some To-day.
Mill SALE
Crane House
Thl A(ii known eoMtaJ
property with approx.
U| mm including a
Itch of beach
is open to
.Coin. >l. lll-kU..
A F S F V A
I'hone 4640
PLASTATION-i BIILmNO
Fl'RNITl'RK
llilTUHC One V Di .ii
, l5l
intie ahop knuwi
ili\p lower Davrella Bd .
wlthta in---
Data* thl* 3rd day of PBB;
To:B. A. HcLCOD. Kaq .
Poll.. Mapdrate.
HMTMI A
AGUSTA BRATIIWAm:
fnr A,
N B -Thi .ouiii.
cred at a Ucanaina Court in Or held al
P..li.e CDUrl Dl-lri.l A
the IMh day ..I Umj, IfMl. a.....*M*.
t a MtU
Police Map.ir b DM v
M i
Suit*

STTNO-T*Pl*T-eperlenced com-
manctnd aalary |I00 00 per i-ionth
rVPIST IMP .ih atlMMl e.penen.e
rommoncing aalary Hi 00 par
'> A*T -accuiaie al fui-
UfM ineferably with previoiia
eupprten.-e on lnvokrlna COrn-
ii encliin uUi) PM M per month
Writirn application Hatlnp ale anl
NUM.
HOUSES
i nrr cot- s
Walei. Tf-.r-
I bedrnoma. front May to i
Rina Q C WoenM IIM
s.\iJ}s Gnu. lor our TOY BOOM
Anpl% M peiwHi JOHNSON'S STATION.
MY 3 5 51-311
MISCELLANEOUS
MINTOlive Bloaaom Stamp, of Bar -
bid... Will pay Mr each Mr perieci
...pie* 'Phon. Herbert Bay ley 17*
lir.ATHrntl.!> The Crane, for J
ind July Phone Mr- A. D Herbert 1
' 11 M-4n
TO IXT-ln Marina Garden, tar I
norilha. fully furnlahod. h.i- keepi";
apaitmei i wllh .pacMui verandah*. Wnie
Bob a M C Advocate Ca
3 1 M .'
i.ovr A i oi \
LOST
( .-I.i .,1 C.n
.-I Mirror.
OrVMO f". I PUIed Wat,. %,,,- H
:/lperalor u. perfect working
BhTtrir Lamp. Children Bedate___.
bed. Cradle Plea*. PrrWi,,
Bhalvo*. nil painted While. Lard-i
Kitchen Cabinet. Braaklait Table anl
Chair. I-Bunier Valor OH Stove and
IKati. Preaaurr Cooker. Vale-. Kllche-i
ItenalU HoctrK Toaater. Iron and otba~
llama Bale II ..
BRANKKR. TROTMAN CO.
Aurllonecri
roil SALE
Mi He 11; lleiurr
UllMTl'RE I Mahooanv DIMM
able Ho ml > M0 00 I Calanalik
able iPlnei .to neat !> M0 00.
Mahogany Wardrouo |50 00 Phone ail
LIVESTOCK
COW One Zebu Hulaleln Cow lo ealve
t three week. Gave M pmu wllh third
If C. Branch, near Payne. B.iad.
M-kmain, St. Michael
MJHin.
M1SCM,I.ANEOUS
the treatment of dtaorder. ol ihe
n MM m..d Rr-.all Kidney
ldder Pilli Pike I I Dot. Oblali-
I KNIGHT'S LTD M 51 Jiv
iim in r-iiiiit i.i n a MA-rntt-s
cw PM0O Dial 5001 Mclleth. Beau-
out. KMOMJI 4 1B1-J.
GAL\A.M -1 I.i II-
Ihe liland '
I. fl MO* 7 fi |5M. I fl M.TI
10 (I M *0 I
A Iiahm .v CO., LTD.
4 1 11- I f ii.
LITE SAVERS Frrah pha
loui Ufe Saver- Lfe
Wild Cherr-. Pero-Mint and Pit*
flavour*, ."rice term* per II..n BRUCE
VKATHttUIKAl) LTD,
POWDERED MILK
that. Holland- "PIMM
Milk Top* In boiler
. cf the boat:
Hi" Powdered
. y .. i p..
. Gel il (or
rill look alivo
milk AaK for
MMJn
I'lllSflMI
The public j
heraby
ad .
.-,,
By *a.
I -iT.. MUUAS
I 'IIILIIPS.
i. I do not hold my Mil reaponaiblo for
M eUe eo. irartlna *Jt| iOM
.
CI.ABFNCV HOUSE.
".
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SI1.IT \ Tudor M 'IAS A Co i...: K... .. In 1 .!'. MM nl .' .-Stree'. Ill 00 M 4 SI 7
lungir.- -Olev" Moth Kin. Wardrobe li I* MO time, more ptTortPi ban Moth Hall. KNIGHTS LTD 3 5 51- In
III
palalalilr preparalWrn containing W. by
volume of Vitamin Te.led Cod Uv"
Oil. KNIGHTS 1TI1 IJJH 1>
NOTICE
RAKHADOK S.P ( A.
Ttw SI'CA. Phone N
usp'-nded until fn.-
ihcr nolicr. Messages for
the Inspeclor will be taken
;il 2fi73 l-'twreii the hours
ui 0 a.m. und & p.m. unit
,it 08Britlons Hill Police
ffoni 5 p m. lo 8 ,
C. WA1X.OTT.
Hun. Secretary. May 2ml
WAV/VAVrWWAV//>
Advertise... It Pays
Demerara Life lo Award Medical
Scholarship to Deserving Student
Moral Duly of Beneficiary lo Return
and Serve (omniunity
Mr.
Perry C
Society's
Makes Animuiimmnl
Annual Meeting
,u
Mr. Percy C. Wight, O.B.E.. Chairman of Iho Dcmorara
Mutual Life' Assurance Society, announced at the 59th
annual general meeting of members yesterday, that the
Society will award a medical scholarship, of 11300 per
annum for six years, to a qualified candidate who lacks the
means to enter the University Colltg. of the West Indies.
The Chairman pointed out that there will be no con-
ditions to the scholarship which will be tennblt ..' lit WX
University College, other than those normally attached
to open scholarships awarded by the Univrr.i-
ed that the Society will expect that tl., beneficiary will
look upon it as a moral duty to return and serve the com-
munity after qualifying.
(iov.il Barbados Yarht
Club
NOTICE
.-ire invited to
. Silent Coloured
me Show lo be
kindly itafed on Friday. 4th
May. 1931. at 6.15 p.m. by
Mr Thomas B. Walnwright.
M -riken dur-
traveli la Canada
h.diei.
By order of.
The Committee of Man-
'
T. BRICK :
Manager 4 Secretary.
Mr. Wight was moving the
adcption of the upon if thl Bf>
cletya report which disclosed
lAothai year of progress
Other, present Ml Ihe mceUiiK
ware Dm-ctor*the Hon- K K
UcDavld, C M 0., C.B E.. and
Capt. G. H. Smellic, Messrs A.
>ves, C. I.. le Freltas, F. A
Seaford. It. K. Sleele und P W
King. O I! K with E. C. lnnlss.
rotary and II. Cannon, asslst-
_nt secretarv
Menil*nu-Mcssri J. J. Hutt.
Mamlull. A. S. Oulndge. S N
McAllister, J. Joseph, R N .
Ciilleii'ler. A. Dickie. R. M
Wight. C P. Wight. J A
CuMiiUll. V, I. Edmonds und
II J. Runyan.
Moving the adoption of the re-
port the chairman said:
"Gentlemen. Once again I have
much plea*ure to present to you
the report of the directors i>n (hi
transitions of the Bockfty '"'
the year 1950. The report has
been reproduced in the Press and
no doubt everyone must have
'.bserved the steady progress be-
ing made by the Society.
"The new issue for thr yaai
again exceeded the million and
half dollar mark, being 1.039
pcliciev assuring $1,618,990
an annual premium income of
S92.341.90. as compared with the
prartoui year when the
isMied 1.016 policies assuring
SI.544.530 with an annual premi-
um income of $89.305 70
"Claim* duiing the yr.ir totalled
73 policies assuring 1142,058 in-
cluding bonus additions This is
slightly higher than the DTCVifMal
yenr and must be considered n
mal. The maturing of 213 polii
resulted in the sum of S332.252
being paid out. Those bring the
total claims paid out by the So-
ea its inceptinn to $8.-
485.821.
Kiih-Miiti.il Sum Added To
Assurance Fund
The ratio of expenses of man-
agement (including commission
account) to premium receipts i*
IT', as against 16.0% In 1949
Thd> average yield on the assur
MNI fund for the vear worked
out at 4.88'". ai against 4 83
in 1949. I might mention that
.ige yield for the foui
years of ihe ptemhtI qulnqipfll-
mum is 4 88% which WM
satisfactory Indeed. As a resul
of thi- transactions for the yen
the substantial sum of $392.53'
has been added to the uMuranci
fund which now stands at $6,110,-
' arrpth' faariin
Al the lasl iMparal m
the Society on April 2f>, IW'iO, Mi
Arthur Davis moved a mot lor
which '.sms fully lupportfid by Ub
members present. Inviting thl
Board to cOMtdCT the grant of
some four, ol sihi 1 iship as a
public benefaction from the fund;
of trie Rocloty; and the Board ther
giivo an assurance that this fUg-
sjMtlon would i- constdtred
ml have givau .,) -fn"
msideraUon to this mgrW and
hlla what
mind was a schoUirship to provid*
training for a non-p
career, the directors fei I that tin
bail interests of thi- p
of this Society would be sorvct
at the present time by ihe award
n.-larchip ten.i'.:.
; Collcgi -/
I } fifj btCtl uii-
preiecd by the anna
made by the Vtifj Fl I ilk pal ,.i!-'
i

Guian.i to hold entrance exam-
.
hare
are without the means to enter
the Umvi
"The Board have accordingly
decided in keeping Waft their un-
dertaking At the last general
meeting to award a m
to be styled the "Den:.
tual Life
i candidate to 1. selected bv th
l/nivemily nuthr i |)
those qualified for ftntrai
The vulur* of thr
ip will be such sun not
cEcceding 300 per annum f->r six
may be fixed by t)u
authorities.
Ciood-uill Geslure To
Community
"There will be no
i-hotarship other than
finally attaching to open/
I crane
whli b
ges-
BOOM BOARD lor Gentlemen
0 OP* Seasonable term, tor penna-
I.'. Apply Caauaiina tte*idrniial
I MM, T*l Mil
I S SIJn
AKX TPTKETS Se.W. L
3U0 lo M t> IM1 M IXIO Mil I.
ftaa> M1. P OUR. Ml K 131. 71
M MTP. O MS*. JMU. m S IMi-
laU, IISJ nil M HI! O WU IUvde.
plrase return Hii.r b> Ad. -ir CS
I ,r,l .-llered 4 S IItn
. ii- I.ii -: in- awarded by the Uni-
i iMtv. but thia Soci.-tv win
expect that the beneflciary svilt
accept it to be a moral mity to
return to British Guiana and
serve the community In his pro-
fession after he qualifies. I trust
that the members will
.nut eadorei tins dsclflo
the Board have mode, a
lure of goodwill and service t
Ihe community as a whole
Before I CaOaa my uddress. I
would like to ploce on record rr.v
thanks to the director Im then
optrattan and the staff for
their loyal service
"With these remarks gontlcm. :
I formally move the adoption ol
ii..' report ind altar it has been
1 phall l"' pleased to
answer any questions membeu
may cure to ask."
The adoption of the report was
.econded by Mr. Hutt who said
It was gratifying to note thai pna
hud decided to award
the scholarship It wai very good
that il should come from the
Society, and it would go abroa'i
he said, that Iho Societ
only looking after the life of its
meml>prs. Imt was looking after
the moulding their offspring to
em ihe community
Several Reuilutions Adopted
Several resolutions were
adopted during the afternoon's
business. One. moved
Hutt and seconded by Mr. Csl-
Icndor. proviiled for the i -ele.
tion of three retiring director*.
U,-.: tv IVmv Wiu4. Steel,- ami
McDavid
itition moved by Mr
Hum and MfMOded by Mr. n. M.I
Wight, flxeii the dlrecton
remuneration at $4,000 for the,
ensuing year; $1,000 for the chair-:
naa and IM00 u. ba dlvWaW
. Mie other titreeti
Messrs Fltrpatrick Orahan
and Co ware n'-electod auditoi-
on the motion by Mr. R. M
Wight seconded by Mr RamlaU
their remuneration wai
pas*ed at $1,440 on a n
Mr. Callendor and teeonded by
Mr C IV Wight
Mi. C. P- Wight moved, that
'he meeting approves of appropri-
ation for donations to cliarlty. to
h<> extent of $2,535 foi 1
.iid of a .urn not excee-iing that
amount for the curu'rit year "
This was seconded by Mr. Hult
and adopted.
The Chairman, bofoi.
ag thanked members for
receiving the report so satisfac-
torily and endorsing the rccom
mendation made to grant U*
chnlarship. He r.iid it had cer-
tainly afforded the dirntoi tren
Btuch pleasure that the members
had done so. and he assurer! the -
that the Colony would benefiti
materlallv by that step.
Mr Wight added that he wasj
sratcful to Mr. McDnvid for)
rhig the Professors and.
the amount of trouble ho h."S'
'nken over Ihe matter, and he fell!
tori would wish him lo
nxpress their thanks to Mr (
McDavid
Mr. Percy Wight He-elected !
Chairman
At a meeting of the
held "flei-wards, Mr. Percy
Wight was unai
elected chairrran for the cnnuiig
yeir.
/ u finni Talks
In Jamaica
...... ..
KINGSTON M 3
The mat aiaatlB| of Iho
l-ibour lU*nr\t of llu-
Weal Indies which Is bcin.
established to r,..ordin.it,- Iha
Untied States farm lubour pio
iranuna win be held in Jaaalcd
thll month It will Im- .ittende 1
by ropraaasatatieaa of vanou-
partiCipotatUJ OOIobAm and by Mr
I Thompson. otonlal Attache of
the British Embassy, Washington
"> made an ovt-nnghl stop at
i.n: alea Laal niahl on the way lo
Bat lo Hand Iho naaaUng
C rlbbean CommlMion of
aiuch hi is .i oMmbor.
The ostablbhinent of the
Board am recommeockad at a
KM of the Briti h Wi t
in.ius Lobour OrBeora held in
J.iin.iK.i in DefMBnbeT.
. CHARGED WITH
MANSLAUGHTER
Hi.ithw.iite, a labourer
I St. Philip, to charged by the
*olice with manslaughter m run
ncction with Helenna Muliins*
liath. Tin .1 by Capt.
I B tii.mi ..! ii inest into
circumstances of Mulllns'
deaih which WM adjourned sine
die yesterday bv Coroner C. L.
Walwyn.
Mulllns died while on her way
' tin- General Hospital from thu
St Philip's AlmshoiLsi- on April
26 A past marirm exummation
rbl rncil the DOXt day
by Dr. A s Cat" m tin- HoapllaJ
Mortuary and death was allribul
ed lo a frui tiirrd skull
6 DAMAGES AWARDED
pwJudgement lo the amount ol IB
was awarded l<> plaintiffs ((ere*-
ford Bennett and Eldica Benneil
el Bank Hall. St Mi< h ie| by .ludu -
J W It Chenery in the Court
Of Original Juiistlli I..... m:!.t
day
I.imI'1.1 Bannatt and Eldici
Bennttl broughl com agilnst
Kbene/er Alleyne plio of It ink
Hall claiming duniugrs to the
amount of [50. They said In
evidence thai Alleyiie on Mann
29. damaged 80ti holes of lugu.-
.ane and IB holes i.| banana trees.
RATES OF EXCHANGE
Plan Welcome
lor Itutttamanie
Hon. William bustamante. Prime
Minister of Jamaica, is expected
n < here on Sunday at 8.20
a m. He will take part in ihe
tnoitlM ,.f Ihe Caribbean Commis-
sion which starts on Monday.
A reception Committee hag been
set up and arrangements have
In-en made for a programme of
activities tor him during his
visit here. A public welcome U
planned for him on his urriva) ut
Senwell Airport
Durhaf next week he will he
taken on a tour of the b
and several receplionpi are being
stringed for him. He is bJm
chedulad bo addn public
meeting at Queen's Park during
thl week
Cunudiuii Govl.
>\ill No! Interfere
OTTAWA. May 3
The Canadian Government doe*
u il plan to interfere with the
award nsada by tt< grtaitrMoi b
settling the wage-hour dispute
thai ktd to u nlne-ilus BOMTa!
ru>lwa> stiike lias t year. I'linii
Minister St. I-nirent told tl"
C< mmons yesterday. He wouli
ii. ask Parliament In intervene
OFFICIAL NOTICE
MM *:
in mi oi oi i ii wi i i' .
v.' 'W* I do ni
i
ui or atlaiUnT the e I
'
ported on and ia>>< i mwl prim
n.iaiis iiritnr.ST h
U.r.-a..., i ,vf
on r\
. THAT .
reby alve noii.e la all
. .fobraae-
* ' of Iho aefendanlai
"*eii* and
between Hie hour* of
.. .1..L.,.. i.n l- re
.
'I any darree and ba
.( the -ill "I
*T)YS LBWI>< MAP
-and plan'-

Ihe S'e.'fc- -i
I
Bill 'led MM
rtaled *il May 1*JI
i Aleian.lrr (libaon I
iHad r. ..i* and
i rba fame i
SHIPPING NOTICES
ROYAL NETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
-AIMM. rmN AHirSBDAM
M.S. Otarne.la.l- -10 Mas Hr-',
MS Ronalra III, Ma. Iff I
M S Bonaire n<
Mils,. ,,? TBIMIIAII I i
I k \< \o \m. nvi vi, ,
MS lliai.le.ta.1 Mil. Ma..
a p MuaBun, son i cq
B.W I. SCHOONER OWN
ERR A8SOC., INC.
Tele. 4047.
FRENCH LINE
t lc Gle Trans*tUntlque
- mi mo to
ENGLAND FRANCE
i. UKXrOMB, Mav 12. 1951.
.- '-I I.n. i*. Martinique,
Go ulrl.iiipc ind Antigua
< iCIMMlW GRITSE
f OLOMBII Mm 31th. IMI.
I undid I .i Giulrs, Cm-
arao. Cirlagena and
\ . litnr. I'.iss. inters
Oatgo ind m*h
R.M.JONF,S&('o..Ud.
AGENTS
Phone ::: 3814
PASSAGES TO EUROPE
MILK POWDER
LONDON
Fond Minister Maurice WOhb
told the House of Commons thai
milk pOWOOr hi one of the mall'
iinjrclicnlN "f Hutain's pre.ent
il.. l-el s.iuv.ifce
"How much milk powdei con l-
put In bofbre sausage IteciMne
a raara bun?"
Wahb refused to answer .
Conservative member's question
I.N.8.
In Touch With Barbadoi
Coast Station
CAIU I- ANI) WUUUSMS iW I < I.I.I
t.Uvl** Ih.l rhoy tan ooo eainmunp-ali
svllh Ibe following >hlpi througn (bell
P.rbad Cnaat dHatlor.
.< K...I A.nher.t. * (laatogi-- -.
Ag-n.e.,M->". Tlndra. a Cap"
Hndnr. U HeeiitM. *- Bab-n
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I HII.VS MAY I. 151
He's Off Again . .
. . Around the World
in 30 Days,' Say? QffdS/ Spartan, Dames pi ay to Goalless Draw
Worcester Faces-
Defeat To-day
WORCESTER, May 3
South African cricketers com-
pletely turned the tablet cm
Worcestershire in their opening
county match of the tour when
at one time they seemed :o be
lacing defeat.
After Worcestershire had corned
their overnight score of 135 for
lour to 182 allout this morning.
the South Africans lost their first
five wickets for 25 runs. But the
middle batsmen Van Ryneveld
(29). A. Rowan (44) and Mann (49
not out I prevented a complete col-
lapse and the tourists* total reached
117.
When Worcestershire batted
again they did no better than the
early South A fin .ms and by the
lose had lost six wickets fnr *0.
ind were thu* 85 runs ahead
Reuter
ON FRIDAY. June I, I am soi-
ling out to report the most falt-
ernating r i > ,i motor-
iar thai has COm my way this
year. 1 expect to M
menth, and t 000 miles.
It will )>e n bid t>v four o'
Britain's toughest road drivers !.
motor round the world In so day:,
in the new A40 sport* car.
They will taka tht
route to America bv tvav of the
MIddl,. EaM. India and Honolulu,
over tin1 oceana the UHun and
the car will travel bj i
If things k- to plan thay will
BiTlva In Montreal, iiv back t<.
Scotland, and niuior down I
their itartlng i>olnt nt Londo'i
Airport.
AuMms arc not only supplyin
.ha small sports car and the foui
drivers. They are chBrterinf from
KX.lt. Airlines
adapted. four-enemed Sltj
10 act as flying tender.
Non-Slnp Race '
This round-tho war Id eflori is
iiimcd tn prova to tin world wharf
S expertly driven llntish cur can
do when raced non-stop round
that world.
I shall fly above the Cftf tp ra
ooM Ita daaart, |ungM, and seo
CfOJllng adventures
The audacious plan sprang from
a half-crown wager made by Mr.
Leonard Lord. Chairman of Aus-
tins, with bald but tough Abu
Hess, his 51-year-old public r>
1 a lions officer
It was shortly after Hess
Hess and tWO Mher the teat of
ennuning 10.000 miles into io.ooo
i saloon A40 JeavOns
is u bachelor, served seven year*
in the R A.E., lives in Birming-
ham;
( .ricU-r r.erge CosUes. 48.
who. with Alan at Indiana poll*
.iveragcd 70.54 miles an hour (or
i veil days and nights in an A0
_ i m'(Mired vehicle* fur D-
h r the AfisarleaM He is
0 family man (threr children), proved once more th;i| he ig one
lives at Rubery. near llirmingham. of the beat players at tU
Bo not one el them on atfe is a Uon In the Island. Ra -as
chicken. constantly in position to ward off
.tn will work in pan Noire Dame attacks. Lloyd Gill
two in the. ear driving and navl- played very well at centre foi
anting, and two resting in the ward for the Dames
liana ubove. y^. Nolre Dame, Paul Munde-
20.000 factory sUff two of ,ncp 0 look f,.w f,rie* ,
best racing mechanics Theso Ihl. s rtan n(), unfurluL
Soccer Results
The
Spa
l-'mdTnier.ca^w^b^wlr; il!& 'hp>' wenl "**
(ia,|V|n n H m n,B oM 'orm-
rhev aril] By along ifftth ma In t1 " ,nn|(,0?1 Thc
tha plane ,..loted v K 'l. M 1 **>* ****. W.lk.n,..r
top pilot Captain J. J. Bak. brought off a few good si
Mess decided thai the car and The Game
the mother plane should be aM" Tn'* *amc started
lo talk together. Arrnnging this Dame defending th
haps lua hardest task. A dual. Spartan look thc touch
special short-wave set had to be off. Soon after a coiner kick
lltted tn the car. was awarded to Notre Dame
June Heal Darcy McCotlin. their right
Then he had lo get radio winger, took the kick but Coxle,-
nperaltng permits from each of brought off a good save before
thc 16 territories the car will pass Moyd GUI. the Notre Dome
through England. Prance, centre forward, could get his
land. Italy, Lebanon, Syria, head to the ball.
holds 165 motor hi k records more Jordan, Iraq, Italia. Slain. Guam. Keith Walcott then
than anyone clue in the world-- Wake Island, Hawaii. USA., the ball from Cadogan
had driven 10,000 miles in 10,000 ''anBda (including Newfound- a beautiful shot bill Wllkl
SPARTAN and Notre Dame played lo a goalless draw
in their First Division return football match at Kensington
yesterday evening.
Th,- name was one of the best seen at Kensington for ,,, 0| JfJ!?2h2''i.
il, iron and one of the nicest gales. It was fast from ,dVJn^U* 1hc Um.Td K,ni-
ueginning lo end. am taUotr; Division I. bibcKdooi
The full backs for both teams played excellently and 0, Artf-nitl I. Fulham I. Portsmouth
there were very little to choose between Gibbons (Spartan) I w..iv<-rhampton wandi-r o.
and Browne (Notre Dame). Both cleared accurately and N*5M*"'', ,K .umh.j i
-ery rarely conceded a throw-in. "T^'IV ,'" T' , ?.?, \
Swindon Town I. Nolls Fore*t ,
Newport County 1. Head it v. I.
Millwall I. (tie) Accrington Stan-
ley 0, Trattinore Rover. 2. New
Brighton 1, Chester 0 Wrexham I,
Ilochdale 1.
Scottish League DiVLsion A;
Motherwell ?, Rolth Rovers 1.
Glasgow Charily Cup: First
Round. Ringers 2. Celtic I.
Other matches: Dundee 4. St
Johnstone 0. Manchester United 3.
Aberdeen I. (C P.)
Coalition Cabinet
Atkinson's
Selection
Criticised
Surrey Lead M.C.C.
On 1st Innings
LONDON. May 3.
Close of play scores In Wednes-
day's llrit class cricket matches.
M C C Urst innings all out 62.
second Innings S2 for four. Sur-
rey first innings all out 140.
(non-county match) Cambridge
University first Innings 124 for six.
i nin |o bat. Run
play, (non-county match). Ox
ford University vs. Yorkshiie.
(non-county match! no piny
possible owing to ntta
Hampshire first inninK- .11 ou<
203, second innings fll for seven
declared. Sussex llrst innings 101
for nine declared. Second Innings
160 for three iCP)
B'dos Friendly Football
Association
TODAYS iimii:,
Rangers I Penrode at SI
Leonard\.
Referee: Mr Roben Pun..
Gardner WMHghi
Hrion June 5
LONDON, May 3.
Jack Gardner. British. European
lab Empire heavyweight
champion will have his postponed
contest with Argentina1* Cesar
Brion at the White City Stadium.
London, on June 5.
Don Cockell. British, European
rnd British Empire light heavy-
weight champion and Randolpii
Turpln, holder of the British and
European middleweight lilies, will
i ppose American fighters on the
same bill.
Jack Solomons, the promoter,
will cill this programme his
"carnival of champions for tha
Festival of Britain'' and It will
'akc the place of the Turpin versus
LiVC Sands (Australia) British
Empire middleweight title fight,
which he now hopes to put on m
the same Stadium in September
Solomons has the names of Ihf
.pponents for Cockell and Turpm
but a waiting Tor confirmation
before he discloses them Reulrr.
KINGSTON. Jca. May 3
Thc Gleaner's cricket crilic
saving Longrield, to-day criticised the
Kotra selection of Denis Atkinson on ttai
also Wost Indian team savin* th ll
wes. Wcsl Indians had come to the con-
clusion, following the
with Notre making performances of Teat
ithern Cricket from 1948 to 1DS0, that
our cricket teams are being select-
ed not on
and sentiment
Tommy
Down
Lawton Turns
U.S. Offer
MELBOURNE, May 3.
The Australian new Coalition
Cabinet will meet on May 11
Liberal Prime Minister Menzies
and his Deputy. Country Party
oasis or mediocrity 1^^,,. Faddcn arc discussing its
ornpoaition In tUeir Iwt Cabinet
Says Longfteld. "but the selec- l'te Country Party ha
f Denis Atkinson tus
Reuter.
minutes in an AuMin
two were in Mr Louis l-int
bridge. Birmingham, office.
Half-crown Bot
Lord said he bud been struck
wilh an idea whil,. driving to his
office that inornmKthe rOUnd-
1he world bid. 'Til bei you there
land).
The total route i
was in position and
The Notre Dame rorwarc
.olves trayell- went Into the attack and Mandi
ig a dally average of l noo Villo received a long LS
ich one-thlrd Will be Iook nard 5not Kfl*;,ni m
uround but the ball was divertei
by one of the Spartan Uack:
Notre Da
overland and two-thirds bv
roartng
Across thc Syrian and Ari/on'i
vided rude awakening. H remind*
us thil the customs of the South
still persist in the midst of our
received world of acclaim. What explaria-
nd too.* lln can the Selectors give for the
hclusion 0f this undoubtedly
nediocre player? It is not (air to
Atkinson. t0 be persistently
pitchforked into company which
lb
is something you can't do/' he deserta the car will travel In the th. * ., a
said. 'ill blast of June heat, so it will '?Ph( '^iV
said.
"What is that?" asked Ram
Lord replied: "I'll bet you half
a dollar you can't drive round the
world In 30 day '
Hess accepted The car ru> chose
is the first open-bodied model on
the famous A40 chassis. It sells
abroad for under 600.
As his team he chose:
he docs not belong. The inclusioi
of Guillen for Binns might have
shocked many, and to a lesser
degree that of Prior Jones, but
ne again attacked while ihere Is a ready explanation
goal. Archer, their for the selections of both, there is
be ntted with a while hood to f1*^1 J" ,\ cenlrPd beautifully certainly none for the Atkinson
throw oR the sun's ravs In Jg Freddie Daniel, thetr left blunder.
India the drivers expect to meet *mer who ran into the centre
t .1- nviisooni. forward poaition, railed to time "This ^ undoubtedly a deliberate
The start : 11 a.m. from I/m- lne r,a" nm' mlskicked. insult to the intelligence of the
don Airport on Friday. June I. Miwd Opportunity Wesl Indian cricket public, and the
The car will nose its way through Cadogan later got hold of the utility of our Australian op-
Kingston down to Mansion. Kent unll and beat through the Notre P""-""- '
twhere special RAT permission Dame halves. He took n shoT
Bit Ssjaadron Leader Ralph 'ind to be granted) for flight t? from outside the area but ag-in
Sleigh. 3y. who in an Austin made Paris. >ag Wilkinson was in position and
the fastest-ever run from Britain And If nil goes well, within i saved. The next person to li\
to the Cape. Sleiah is a paint month it will be on the road out Wilkinson ws Tom Hcccc
man, is married, has n child live-, nom Prestwtck in Ayrshire speed- ,u right wing for Sinrtan It,
near Ipswich. Ing through the rught to London aent fn \*Iv'"founder fr-
Teller me.-hir.le It ,, n Id A ,jk Jcavons. 32. who shared with ill- i reM L I. S
more Wi
half time
the wing but
M saved.
Shortly before
Mandrville nveived
wnllr he was unmarked
took a hard onetime shot bu>
iid not get over the ball properly
tfhd It went high over the cross
Both lnglleld and Lawrence
Roberts, Gleaner'* Sporti Editor.
find it impossible to understand
the selection of Guillen over Blnns
Trim over Goodndge, and Jones
f Johns>uv
lar.
When the second half was only
few minutes old Walcott ran
TAX CLAIMS MAY MAlKE TURPIN
SHY OF ROBINSON
(By GKORGF. WI1IT1M,) tllh y0ung m.n| Wlll b,. .., ,.
At last there hai arnv.- i|>er-tax brackets oner his
opponent ol whom Randolph Tur- meetings with Brown, de Bruin through and centred from tr
Sri. the highest explosive m Brit- ;,,,,( Sands Any further activities right wing There were, however.
boxing, is mortally afraid, ,, the current financial year would no Spartan forwards in position
It is not Hilly Brown, Of UM pul blm in the same predicament 10 score and Wilkinson saved
USA Vbom be ngftta at Bto> that used to worry Bruce Wood- ea.lly.
mlngham nexl Monday, It is not cock and Kredriv Mill' Ihe sense- I" this half Spartan did most
Dutchman Jan de llrum. his oppo \tnt problem of taking pi.nrhes for f ,he attacking for the first
ii.ri'. ..: Coventry qii May n, sole benefit of Ihe In- n'I*en minutes. Thei
Is it Australia's Dave Sat.i: i.....i |.IP,(( itevenue. >'ere constantly going d
rt-hom he will attempt to take the Rrovrne and Straugnri
Mills and Woodcock, aided by ",rilw*p. atlack
rmurt acccunUmts, solvod then
Miflicullifs legitimatelj after ,,ni-
sultatlon with the lax-gathers
I kind of compromise is
(Or Randolph Turpin if
U) see him lighting lor a
world title in London iii ini.
I deal risks of arguing the
!.ongfleld. more outspoken, aayf
of Jones and Johnson, "I still be-
Jbort iiniK Ilcvp '" ,r,e hostility of a genuine
ked II" IufX DOwlpr. nd on the record of
Jones and Johnson In England, if
the former (no longer .1 fiist
bowler) Is selected. Johnson should
also have been included."
What's On Today
Court of Ordinary, Ceurl of
Appeal and Lower Courts
10 am.
Football Dlv. 2
II.11 ism. College ft, Lodge
is p.m
Football Dl*. 3
Combermere v Sea Scout*
at Garrison5 p m.
Harrison College vs Foun-
dation5 p m.
Baskrt-ball
Carllon vs. Harrison Col-
lege1.45 i it-
Fortress vs Pirates8.45
P.m.
Mr. 11 il Combermere Old
Boys' Association at Com.
oermereI p.m.
Mental Hospital Cricket
(lull Dance
Police Band. Christ Church
Baby Clinic Annual Show
and Dance at Drill Hall
X.:1." p.m
CINEMAS
n.i. -ii. iii-i..-. Th ir
InMii -in
uttli (-ii Nrih*M* rrr ^ ><
LONDON. May 3.
Tommy lAwton, famous England
and Notts ccunty centre-forward
turne coach American soccer teoms this
r.ummer.
Lawton had a tempting cabl<
cfTer from the Manager of th
German-Hungarian team of Brook-
i lyn who said that his acreptanc
' would give a big boost to soccer I
j the States. Ml
r*pu Ti
Mountain
I T.ll
ii.., II
CU3
ii i.- x 1
S.M ".
a..* -r.Bt- *
ns -sn* Mrs)
i>" i "' a
mei

Empire mi White City on June S Nor even
Ihe mighty Ray Rcbir.son, chum-
plon of the world.
None i
Rah i ,. hit-shy, bul
the Incrrno-tax man could ""d
doer-
Ladies at Water
Polo
Thgfl will he a In.i .
forward}, polo practice nvitch this afternoon
n Im id ihe Barbados Aquatic Club.
aitlei' The teams arc as follows:
If Turpin wins
chumpiuhsnii; It inn
s. .'..-;
"'h"......?>< "": """ 3Ur?%X&r "' -"i..
Notre Dame tried hard in the
List few minutes to score ihr
winning kooI but when RoftPH
Snyers blew off. the cam.- #
till gOJlllCSS.
The teams were as follows:__
Notre Dame WtlWnson
Browne. Stiaughn. L. Daniel.
Capt., Arrher. Mandevllle. McCol
Un, Gill. Pan-is. r. Daniel utn)
I ask," says Randolph), Ihen the
promotional machinery of Jacu
Solomnm will unmedl
geared for a world title figh:
jK-ms: Roblnaoti BUI
breakcr% uhead.
Title Fight in Lie Summer
Solomon's idea is EOT UM world
Spartan: Cozier. Gibbons.
leep in the Turpin household.
Randolphs quhrtl] expresed J5?**- ^!dj'd, ''"" ('-'l,"k-"
that the mighty Ray has *
M U-en hit by n middle-
ith a real hung in his
His own hands, he thinks,
might be able to make things u*SSL remarkablj toteresimg r, the ?"" I'lfl',s'1
(iittens. Recce, Johnson.
Orimt!.. Boyce.
Modern High School Wins
Yeaterday afternoon at Uu
odern High School gro
championship tight to be held in world ciuimplui. I think go. too ;r.2l!-*rnf(!*lKh Scn^l ,ean
London in. He late summer, but provided those hands ate rcallv .,.:..,", *U,"<"PSSI\* ttatn
any complianc- wil Ihl .uud. "'^'"^;'hV, "';"'.
the part of Turpin would mine- Turpm. bj lha WsV. lanci.-s ti^TTrJT^lEfKxK**! sja^oWtetaa
dl.tely.sct the super-Ux sleuths on Ule, o. b.....b| h -elf Into hoi, Jw^nnVkee!. h? Jiff.,? ofIrS
.....i lar vtsitors to Noiti -- -
Team "A" Jl.ih- Ciniiey. She-la
Pitcher. Mnrie T. Lope?. Join
Ghent. Rosamund Clarke. Jennm-
Lewis, Ann Hutchlnson.
Team "B'". N.uuy .Tunes. Jan1
Ingram, Consuela Knight, Mar
garet Ramsey, Peggy Johnson,
Anne Hoari, Brendn Hoett
Reserves. Ann liaison and Hom-
mary Lewis.
After this game there will ba
cnother practice match between
M ottMT ladies turning up TO."
.ir ictice.
Plav begins at 5 DJU.
The Weather
TO-DAV
-mi Rises: 5 44 a.m.
Hun Sets: 6 11 p m
Moon (New) Mai 6
Lighting: 1 00 p m
High Water: 2 17 am,
3 05 p.m
VK.STFRDAY
K-inl.ill ".*. mi :'. " !
Total for Month lo Yester-
day: OS Ins
Trmperature tMsx ) RS.d'F.
Trmperalure (Mln.) 75 0-F
Wind Illrrcllon <9 a.m.) F.
IS p an.l CSC
Wind Velocity: 6 miles per
hour
Barometer (0 a.m ) 29 934
(I r m ) 20 856
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