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r PAGK i i<.1.1 HAIIHADIIS \l>\ <1( \ I I TII1'RM>\V. M \Y 21 l'l-, 1 CARLTON. DEFEAT JAMAICA 4—3 \f,'.',;:*,'.*.'.::-. Jamaica football team suffered their first iur when they wore defeated 4 i'i %  '' %  %  •' % % %  • %  = wnL-hed the ._. ihe*n tinglon Stand durA l;ni.. on—. Hi ;hu>s but troni II in* flay. inside right, and G i can' uiitstandlnj ime. Lucas ,;. for his 1 ne. lie %  *isse also played well toi their .heir 1ir>I I Malcolm " hp r ...ilv. Hi>tii teami showed go I u %  ihe goal* %  | io % %  %  Tour goal* .vere rant elected o .,,,1,. that tovanfti the I of his riding and train! rut ^ jrf nFJ uh . 1 V."'.V" %  PubUahar a*! the Trinidad Tmi Club held it | ,. ... ,i (l ,AHHI.,,1. i' 'i'i taldad ha u %  Other ofli.c-i. ul th. i tub elaetad .it tha tame unie were Hll MiKiimr Mr Ju ii ti., ii l 3 ..<-!, ronIdc Th*i VMM ...... ,.., „_.... ... Ihrlil tha . the ,,,,,. i;..:*l rowd. / The tlaiiMi mm the . CM I'. A ,,.,, ihi Jamalei %  the ball nuanem %  an topi few minutes tlKJ h:u\ then .bird r aL Bright han fouled S i .rlter* goal .tea and Jamaica %  %  ""^^ -^T^vi^ '' 1934 *">n his mo,,. %  Ml u>.chance jo nn. The J !"!" -„ ~ !" !" !-,"',.' A i broke hiihouldeT and had %  < fell at the start of i and broke W hip I !" rode AMI. one ml almo I • in n..-ui. rid* uj pro 1 tomtonal -(.,.. i ,. ke an to >.w ring, but there wai no further "j= "f r q\n"'ih*o*''iui I % %  • :..•.;,„...::„.; ^ Tfi learnj wen The aaaaol p i • niteti n rarlfoH King, Bright .rfefincdy, ,,,. aijnoal unique In that ha v.,,. Pramricnt: Mr C K.C., Slew..id; Ml G . were Ull pressing, but do Nobriga. (Reward; Hoft, .1 i. ., fight tn reach CaritOffl'l M I*. %  K I Sauo climaxed one ->f The niieling Wl Iheir Hue movements during IhJ lion •>( 'he CammlttM hall with .i powerful right fool m placing i baj at hot, which King lumped up and t routes [torn lawn framed niireiy poshed ova the crm -bai ... in,, i T I llh ..ii i \ttiuWit right hand, lW ,ii thai is an ouuall i wag kepi ui. and down ,„,,. A( llh hall the field tor tha rait '( the eveH .,,-,*^ 5 ,„,. ( i„ 1M ill roe Clever paaatng lound th lton'1 RrtBl are j tryin* Hutohlnaon, H Clairmonte, ,.,„. ,, ( ,,„. r ,,^ gontlainan wl W. Marshall. KHu t O tlhi ao n hlVr ,. v ,,, ridden M ,,,, N I. Lucas, a H Hutcbtnaon, „.,. kPV ,„ lri i, ltri bacama %  !t. HutchiiiM.n. j WUllami Sl ,... i, ; U iair.. fppte, Kxcel, Hayhss. „, racln| in BU] event i throwin ul %  the whole rating caraer ot tt>i gj I-.,* nan %  i T ... lo OH f ; i.m oniciai Starter Io Steward pen paraonallUai In an aojual iw i' %  I Parchment. McLaan, nnu>i Miller, N.irnvr. DaCoata. Mali ;:. 1.1.1 H I %  %  the 1 ard to intercept ng on for Kjt then %  rft goal. DaCostn. plnylng at m.,.,lv i .ulrolled ii p.i'f-om the rich! wing and Iwating Iton backs, he aha from iruje. King stretched out ..ill length but the l>ll found the Amiilrnr Paiicp Hold Sports Finals Foolball Match This Morning hi The I'ohre I eld some of the Bj %  nabj at Kensington o Tuaaday w w r i Un s. Tha Sp taka plajca CI May |1, Visiting Trinidad RotKo w-ill uke parl The ri'sulti; of First riding an .in an it I Tathcr who owned a string of M later took %  fcsiional llconcc a a teckaj and not long attar ba qaw a -i trainar St. BAHNABAS and St. Matm wr j| When hia father wen' fi % % %  % %  mm rilH R„II miaa will be engaged m • Motut of rating ha bacama an ownai ,T n Z, •/ r sh r 'he,d 3 ..all match this morning al Hart 1afl frail and therefore eombined '; ,l,Pn ,un ./ -She,>herd. 3 the three. In addition to th he ~" ,^ um Following are the laami;— subiequenti, became a braodor Of M „_.,„|Ja RnTi1 nJ.i_ St. MalthUa: b. Turton, II. O. raca EotMl H the ohle, hortCJ 1B i f u ?I; h „ Williama. O. G. liurko, C Grant, with which he had begun racing '" l lll ii„, TI. W,I.M light after. They brought the ball ,.. W Smlt h,],. Crimea. V WatU, vere retired to the stud In a p.£J7B. aSLavrf spile of Jamaica a good A „ ^ Q K Dan e [J TT C programme -.1 tha early }>']%  2 Beat. 3 Howard .Miaxed the '<>'>v'c.reene. V. Dottin. (Coloured thirties it was therefore f> ment with HuUhlnaon at insWc mMwtm% lo ,, t h c name of the u cliiaslc which had been bred. The game quickened. The Carlton forward*, now nlrcly com binnude a very successful attack *" e ball good inside lull with hia chent and tried n ..llevne, Jamea Alleync. V .Here, powerful right !'' ihoV Foot. i'.. Kirton, E. Jones. C. Mai'lanrl m goal for Jamaica could not get r cjollop. (White shirts) It and l thf nets. p| ay f t ar t s „t g o'clock. II son. Perhaps i High Jump 1 Beat; 2 Shannon; 3 5 feet 6'* inches. Heats for the 100 and 220 Rouse— Cricket Meeting Tomorrow The score was then oneall Both teams kept the speed up unii It v.** not long bafora another C irllon. In .i tine forwnrd mov.inenl bl Carlton. LUCK bad got the ball under his toes asain. He was about to ftwxjt when he wan intercepled by Jamaica's full backs. A melee | with goalkeeper Foot* hing on the ground. Parchment. nipt io clear, pushed the ball into the DCtl The score was now 2— I in Carllon'a favour Jamaica was playing well but rnlroi Canton wn getting the bttter of -1.30 pm the game. Lucas made aerloua Dunn-, ttw meeting Cricket threats nt scoring which the J;iTroplueK will be presented to malca back* cleared or the goalWanderers, winners in the Firat keeper saved with no IKUo < % %  <-• %  Diviai.m last season. Y.M.P.C., C*i tht Other hand, Jamaica had winners of the Intermediate mid %  ome opportunities nt shooting, but Fmptrc. who headed the Second their effort! were luilblled in the Division. Mime waj King did some nice The Association will also reI ivfng , .. eaive the Annual Report and AcAbout live minutes before the t o Un ts, elect officers and the interval. Jamaica eol in the equalHoard of Management for the l: was a lovely right foot ensuing year. poaa.ble at the end of' one of thoaa '' %  racc>t wrn lso held %  ma rears fnr hia name to head __^_^^^^^_^ the list <>r winning breeder*. • wners. trainers and jockey. Uhilt he was still riding and I raining, hii ion Steve Bonnett leeame %  leading lock*) In tha South ( ..ribbean Barb.imis i.u log anthusiaati will nu doui.t recall U at Ben nett'a career as a Jockey was not the Barbados Cricket Asao„ n |y succeMful hul full of iation, at IU 17th Annual den((rani-t P incidents Who will forral Meeting at Kensington toffi his victory on the half bred sorrow evening, will elect two mirt Cowbell when he nDtehed epresentativcs to serve on the w o h 88 ddle and weights in one Indies Cricket Board cf h ^ and lhu nlnt ln h# ot har? The meeting begins at ( ls W1( ,pectacular falll ofl Rambolma. not to mention the numerous occasions he eompletel) outwitte.1 other rldata with hb eapert iinmipulatum of the pace of a race. In latter years on raurement from racing ho became Sat at rardi West hot by their centre forward N.uelsw; all alunR the ground it went. ceived the pass W winger Basao m an inside-nghl position. King in goal did not move Half line law the wore at two Second Half Both teams reaurned li the odd goi i ComWnatl forward lines was good. Carlton v.ilucky t" ECI the first goal after the Inti rval "' waa by waj of a penalty K-tdch Lucas snfeiy placed In the not %  : eentre forward SnaUy i*nt right M h '"T %  % ; n;, ,h ": back Excel and acorcd The-con "" pia>ed at the OvaL rmui w< id w a still nwmted but Jan d. i then began to press. In Judging from the correspondence I ui between the Q.P C.C and the Trinida.l Cricket Assoe-a tlon. it wmild appear that the Thai meeting was onginallv to take place at Queen g Pgrk but as the Park Is being used KM emigration work, it was neceasary lo change the venue. Mr. W. F. Hoyos, Secretary of | the Barbados Cricket Association, told the Advocate that more than :'0 players circularised regarding %  "king lor ours t„ Trinidad and British i ,n III hotn Qiiiang ,„ j U ) y dn(( SmtembCr n iU\ely, are available for both ' %  '.I Si\ pUryon am available i..i cm.'our only. He said; "However. ; mag has i ari.sen in the negntialmns •>• %  tint or the uncertainty of the i \\ hat's onToduy lib F.xcellrney thr tiovrrnor opens F.mplrr Week Exhibition al (ombermere Bey*' > %  in.ul at 10.08.a.m. CilrU' Industrial I'nlon Fair at Queen's Park—3 Oil p.m. First Football Teal belwren Jamaica and Barbados at Kemlnsloii Onl, His Excellency will in. %  d and meet the fall. Ill l m. Mubllr Cinema gffOa BBWW al Queen'* Park—~.:te p.m. Digestive Upsets After rxttnsiYe research. De Witt's Laboratories have produced De Wilt's Antacid Tablets, new companionS jducl to their renowned iwdri They are the most convenient way of checking digestive disorders away bom home. Nowattrw-iirtd — just diasotie one or two on the tongue foe pram pi rllUf aiiywhti*. Pleasant tAtng De Witt's Antacid Tablets are separately ctll-staM for fteahuess. In handy tear-on" strips for pocket or handbag. Try them today. ( IM Li..)-. Xlldl'tl Trnffir lUo's No. 10 REMEMBER THE SPEED LIMITS Space made available by i w \i i \ DRV for Safer Motoring. tour will not materials TRUTH BUENOS AIRES, Lnder a new decree ordered by President Peron, all Argentine children are lo be taught the Truth concerning the ownership of the Falkland Monde. They will learn that these islands, as well as parts of Antarctica, are und elwayi have been • indisputably within thc frontiers of Argentina 4^ ANTACID TABLETS No walaf r.dtd (jin'y carmdany-fwa ( IIIWMIW FEDERATED ASSOCIATION PUBLIC MEETING Quern's Park .MAY 25. 1*51 Come and henr DARNI.KV hraim' AI.LKVNK .-* %  Ills as-in i.lie. 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Launon Mnn, HM iiir.ii %c i Bo*lm(k ll> Ml.ai KM MAI I..I %  l>v Mr rr. G.H.. Or.kr.lr. awai so pm io SSo a m Keftcnmrm. an SaM AIJ *a iNvrrgsO FRIDAY 2.30—4.45 St H.;i0 p.m. and continuing Daily at 4.45 & 8.38 p.m. The rare and racy adt an tures of a female ggrvagt in a juncle of intrigue JOAN FONTAINE • ROBERT RYAN • ZACHARY SCOn • "Born to be Bad" and JOAN I.KSLIK • • MEI. naana • KKO— Radio Piclur.PLAZA BRIDGETOWN (t ^ Mawaa or Q\ KM^ -with the faithf ul ••' u-*r.lDK\M of 'lie UcaubJul Play sale uc pre) tcr your romantic momei.t. Get a few cakes of Dltl \ I TOILET KOAP. use It faithfully In your i and at the waatl basin fur a On, radiant w lb nat iral DREAM •' available at toifeM L da iiintera throuuhout tne island. Extra : ^^ %  i B,w Tin,. anaena Bwue /^.t Jj "TRADINC / --*i--%iai. POST" & "BRAVE LITTLE TAILOR" [urwrfi VromaT-^T/ nag %  v i MAKE SURE THAT YOUR NEXT SUIT BEARS THIS LABEL OF DISTINCTION P.CS.MAFFEI&Co..Ltd BASKETS t V^AAA'.AAA/AAA/. A^ SHOPHINti BASKETS—El S2.50. 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mi RSDAV, MAY U l1 BARBADOS \H\ui Ail i'\i-[ imti.i Britain Musi Free Colonies OTTAWA v Informed source* said on Tuesday Canadu sufjceMed thai Urite irn more . %  %  ; irvra i-iem from Ihe IOM. commitment.*, and allowed them to sell more goods to Canadian buyers. The sufjOTtlon was made as trade officials from both countries completed the second day of their discussion* In the fifth session of the Canada-Unit* .1 Km t doni conference continuing under their Trade Committee. I .inking arlttiaai are exploring the nmns by vfh iieiuii-ii the two muntriet could be increased, thus providing Britain with m which to buy Canadian goods. Dollars earned by Brttaii ics are transferred %  > the comUIIIRC pool which is contrnllfd i'y Britain. Ihi oAdab pointed out. Informants gaJd like to buy copra to mato oil from Australia and the Fiji Islands, and peanut* or groundnuts from Nigeria. These are two %  Canadian Imp S13.0O0.OOO last rear, Barred from Commonwealth sources, lied up in a Ion. I 1 l'a supply Ida ventured into the higher priced nor-< wealth % %  rig about ss.ooo.ooo wortl) iBd about 18.000,000 worth of pear the Ifnttod St;*'' other non-Commonwealih %  TOM —iCP> IIMIVAI Ol HIIII VI \ I \MMI\IIKS A* 1 ROODAL BIRTHDAY 24th to 30th. A Week of Entertainment to Please. I >l I* I II I T IIRM*. TO-DAY. J4th— 2 — 4 41 and I 39, W\ I MUM Mill—Ml 41 114 paa. wy -Ml KDAY Ifilh.— 34. 4.43 A S.lll p m 1 ~ SINDAV TO WTD\FSDT—4.43 34 p.m. Dally Jftftf* ^M**""*? THE •con* acrosN th River Thime* of thi Shot Tower, toe Festival Skylon, with tl'i Sonta Bank FestiTsJ of Britain Exhibition, Allowing th* Ron-en or ParlUmcnt and Big Ben behind. s I'orliifMHunting Still Going On MONTEVIDEO. May 23. Digging fa %  i m ;i i c.nelery here Ihjfe third dnv to-daj with the Church reported to be taking unusual interest in the outcome. Th.' lortuno, aid to be worth S2.ooo.oou in gold and Ivwott. was ira ago on the edge or the | I in whsefa rwnatai Artigas and other t'niCUoyan heroe* are ••nti'tnbcd. tfctj to ;| <5 year old Italian woman, Claudia Magftliatti, they war* hidden there by her mandfjUui Carlo > Rlshf'p of Sablna who was given OgrcUnal's bat by '*<>,>•• *•*> Twelfth but resigned it In November 1838 and came to Uruguay, i to unconfirmed reporta if the fortune is found the Church aim it for the V —Reutrr. SHIP ABANDONED THANR-JORDANIA. May 23. The 7.240-ton Greek N'irulami Grorilo* on fire in the hM been abandoned by nor crow, Lloyds reported In London to-day, The crew of 35 were picked up by United State-, tanker Monteheo Hills according io Llovd* report from Port —Rruler. Rainfall Distribution Uneven In April THE AVERAGE local rainfall 'or the Island (Of tin month of April was well above the awrara. This diati ibution was very uneven; certain M i ivy (alls on the 1st.. 2nd. and 21st., with frcqtirm light between these dates, while others received littU or no rain during the first half of the month; well distribuUd ri on the 20th. and 27th. According to rainfall returni •rOrO tatOB, nn theae fields conhThonias and the lowest was 3.66 The -ear, >, fa wild i inches measured at a station in was continued. the parish of St. Lucy. Owners and occupiers i>f land Sunr Cane who %  *• desirous of j ha.votmg of the old cane cotton In July, 19.11. are asked Th. crop was continued during th month,' '•' I remained high, and Juice quant] satisfactorily. According to returns received froni the various factories in the Island, the grop is now estimated at the equl' lent uf 179,000 tons of suga make an early nppliratln enpplv of seed. I'* .. -.mi AKrieultnre Cultivators, wherever possible, took Ibe advantage of the exeelwhieh prevalled during the month to baton of food crops. M> %  ,>. and *uch imps as Harbour Log In Carlisle Bay M V t*der(teld. *•*> M.n"'llrnilrlla. Srh UarhM Brii* Wolfe Sh. Cyril E %  nuth. Beh. I %  * DO 'i,o Vii Philip II Dandion, 8eh. I^rislphs. M V Blu Star. M V Can. .• ach Kvi1-. Sch Lucllk ^milh. Sdl ARRIVA1S Muifr rnlvtpriie S. C3 Ww IMH, Cap! Dixim, from St Luna •rltiMr W I. Funirla. 38 loe* nrl. Ci>t Jo*eph. Irom DofnUiira. iiirAsti ar* Sctaion" %  uaatkUM n M ton* wt. BrlUli Guiana. SdMMrwr Frsrcn W Smith. T4 ton* for fletnh Guiana M V T O Batlar. IIS Ma Mitchell, lor St Lima %  vh !" .nrr rs*torn El. loi" not. cpi. Joseph, (or Grcnadi The young cane crop made good plant: growth during the month, and vrrv green and vigorous in ap""lativi pearance. In torn. ,• l "" d garden v. of potnsh to the ratooni P'" 111 B iu.wevo;. has lcen stilted owing lo difficulty in getting In„ bour to reap their emies, were h>, fO ?0 Cr "P* hind hand In preparing lhe, r land Several fields of iweet potafor lhl pl(m (ni[ or f(X xl crops, toes were harvested during the Towards me end of hl month, and the market supply of lBr e tomM toes were In exci ground provisions in general was hUp|1 | V in a prices had dropped satisfactoryMarket garden crops rrotn 36 ^n,, lo 2 o cents per such aloraatossj, cabbages ^^^ v am .. and .w,yi French beans, etc were In lair rnn tlmied t<. he easily available. supply. s |lf|ir ,.,„„. totlun peasants oMtinut to renp t l In accordance with s..-i i. ,,. ,..,,,. T;.. (1) of the Mosaic Disease (Eradnrosresfc ol the crop has h**n ication) Act. 1943-22. 34 retursow tcsn HSU H.O\G STREETS hampered to some extent by the riiiiis, but labour The young ptl ratoon cans are ittaltl ,. : onwtn were Beon VMutehouse of Chapman Mv g nMMe Lane, St Wchael, tra. lined 30/duiL „, c nionth lo be [Mini in one monUi or one month'* imprisonment by a City V „ . Police Magistrate foi lelling iced Vkldi generaUj i i %  beet nsh in the streets. ; -'-"tory. Umg before the end The offence was lommitteil >" %  "' April when the gTOWtng seitAprll 24 Inspector Cumberbatcti son ended, a large number ot colloid the Court that Whitehouse ton cultivators li^d baton mod n several osoaslong i" ol all ; md pi about selling iced Bah, pare their land for I' or! crops. Tree Crop* Coconuts and b good supplj in the Bridgetown market, other crops rvaltaotc doing the month inelucied pawpaws and limes. it I • a 111 ioen apt i market In 1 irgB qua%  Pt and mane ..... Pesls and l>i r IM- The main pests reported attacking peasants' crop m rhe cabbage whtts scale insect.-:. 1 • cultural Instructors rontinui t^ advocate suitable methiI trol. One disease which is becoming srtojtspread in Ms hat black rot in cabbage (..the crop are becoming alive to the importance ol pmctismg pioper crop rotation as a means of checkpraod of this nfction. Peaaaud Uytatncfc i honor, tnelodtnsj %  %  'ops, was easily availabl througliuut the month Somo tvee •.'oniplalned of dUHeult) In otslsfintog balanced nnimnl leed and oats. iMrnsion Work The Pea* :. i rural instructors visited GM peasant holdings and LI school garden:. In %  uteen mang>i growini? on peasant plot lopworked with scions of • % %  < %  •desirable varieties, molnlv the .liil" Crop Husbandry 'lhe reaping of canes a' Magi!ts \< .s enmpletad during the month. At all other stationreaping of this crop Is proceed bfactorily. Muriate of potash has been applied to nil the young plant canes and is being applied to the tatoons as fast back in %  %  foui Stations under IndskktloQ < %  SBpUj IIOH nt Miiphatf uf ammonia nan H\\ i-n A ..< U catch-cropping progian Ji :us,t|( ii %  r i %  pa} luidends in the way of good returns from an sorb crop ol rahhage grown under Irrigation. Animal Husbandry There WOTO l-'i: %  lh< B % %  % %  I fna snd ol April. These comprised stud animals, Mitlle. gojts. sheep, pigs and 1'ive hundretl and twenty%  aren gallons of milk were prod l young pig sold for breeding. Stud '-rvlces paid for at the Station* w,-re ;IR follows:— bulls 129. bucks SB. ram* 36 and boars 83, making a total of 306 for th" month unc bnaht, %  cuicii^ I ,tcd Ri.i *i*n h*i %  ilir in a hi* d tMPpil> a< ^h^ -kipred along But J bis; ha J wolf *a Red Rkting llooil %  nd 'Jn 10 tdc KMidnKHl-o's cmiasr When RcJ RulinB II.HKI trffod, hc i h.i ,ind crajd. "Ahj' No* V,a.tV ensd Hrtl Riding Hood. Ai hc: puitcd ttut .. dlUi ol Ktj| PudJint from her haskci lhe *.iiriilve-l n "i muth. hf fora.i Red RiJm< Hood and rushed out to hu* more Royal Pudding? So ca*f lo make—to economical -Ami •o nuiriiioui Tet >oor l.inul> k| Ro>al Pudding lodjv • JANE POWELLRICARDO MONTALBAN II W Y A I T0-DA1 ONI.V. 4 30 ind ft 10 ^TNIVKKSAl. iMU'IlUE . OAIXINQ UK DBATH ind THE INVISIBLE MV TII-MIIRKOW >M HATI'RDAV 4 30 and II 30 ptepublk Arln.li Double . John WAYNI Franeu DIE m A MAN III i >i \i i n md nriinm jtSliirruiK . Wild IMI EIJ.IOT — MiniWINDSOR Fur.-sl TUCKER SI'NIIAT Mili u 4.30 IS FIRST INSTALMENT . THE OtSUHiStA SERIAL "FLYING G-MEN" — STARRING — l;..hr 11 hUfl* — Jjtnes < i .1. Kl.h-td Fraka — l-orn* C!ra>SVIIHUVV .mil SINDAV. *:• nut IS FINAL INSTAI.MFNT "FLYING G-MEN" MONDAY and Til SDAY. 4 30 and %  IS. COLUMIIIAS %  MASHING DOUBtl niRD HATFIFLD In . 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l'Xi.i I OIK BARBADOS ADVOCATK llll KsDW M V\ M f I.I ^RRi^SjBjiApvtXKrE Lid Bro+4 g|_ HMMW* Thursday Ma I'XITV l.\ THE 4 0M>IO\WI \l Til IT was a day of mourning yesterday: of mourning for newly won West Indian limn The British West Indies' Suar Association annoumvd their intention of withdrawing from the delegation to London The position was fully explained by the Chairman, Mr. Robinson A political delegation was going to the United Kingdom to have trade talks with the United Kingdom. Sugar would have to be discussed. It was impossible for the British West Indjan Sugar Association to go back on its word to other Commonwealth producers. West Indian Governments, said Mr. Gomes on Monday, were 100''; behind the British West Indies* Sugar Association. There was no wedge in West Indian unity. Today there is not only a wedge in West Indian unity. There is a wedge in Commonwealth unity. The delegation to Canada would not have discussed sugar contracts with Canada. How could it since the West Indies, in the words of Sir George Seel, do not exist internationally. They could only have listened to Canadian views on general Canada-West Indies trade. They would hnve visited Canada while trade liberalization talks were going on and would have rend in the Canadian Press, the points of view of Canadians with regard to Canada\\\ ,t Indies trade. Since Canada buys so much West Indian sugar, there could be no possible excuse for other Commonwealth countries objecting to the presence of West Indians in Canada, especially as it is well known that Canada buys West Indian sugar through the United Kingdom and does not negotiate direct with the West Indies But the visit of a high-level political delegation to the United Kingdom is in quite a different category. The West Indies are in a position to negotiate direct with the United Kingdom, since the United Kingdom controls the West Indies and is responsible for them. It is quite possible that, should the British West Indian Sugar Association accompany the high-level political delegation to Ixmdon that the rest of the Commonwealth sugar producers (of whom Australia is onlyone) should be suspicious of West Indian intentions with regard to sugar allocations in the United Kingdom market. Just as Mr. Adams regrettably expressed the opinion that Australia's actions in their last dealings with the United Kingdom were not based on West Indian interests, so the rest of the Commonwealth politicians might take this unfortunate view as a line for them to follow during the coming London-West Indies trade talks. But as Mr. Robinson consistently explained the West Indies would benefit from the support of the Commonwealth politicians no less than from the Commonwealth sugar producers. And if seems poor tribute to the integrity of the United Kingdom to suggest that in its position as trustee for the dependent West Indian territories, she would permit Commonwealth politicians to browbeat the United Kingdom to concede benefits to them at the expense of the West Indies. Mr. Robinson has taken his stand on Commonwealth unity. The West Indian Governments have said in the words of its spokesman that they are 100'. behind the British West Indies' Sugar Association. Mr. Robinson has pleaded for the integrity of the West Indian word: has pleaded for Commonwealth unity What else could be haw done? If the West Indies are going to be suspicious of the motives of other Commonwealth countries, and if their politicians are going to be suspicious of an organisation which has done so much to promote the interests of the West Indies the greater cause of Commonwealth unity is at stake. There must be an end to suspicion and distrust. If the West Indian politicians feel that they are reflecting West Indian desire* in going to the United Kingdom at this time there can be no opposition to their going; although the wisdom of their decision can be challenged. But it is illogical to state that the Chairman of the British West Indian Sugar Association is indispensable to a Trade Mission to London and at the same meeting to suggest the existence of ulterior tttfM in the natural desires of that Association to learn as much as possible %  bovl the Canadian attitude to trade with the West Indies. The cause of West Indian unity has not I rail served by the politicians. < in in inn ;s LE LONDON hill took a chant" luite recently of expl.. MOW \hrConservative Party's view — of the bis event* in Ihe world. China, the Korean war often Mid that oratory i* out of place in the House o>' Commons. That i* more than true — It la an understatement. Speaking In the Houn moru IS really a branch in the art ItM fault is to over-til nourish. Churchill has none of the flourishes though his phrases are full of life, lull of original He began by statins that in November 1049 he was in favour of the recognition of Communist China, "provided that it was do facto and not de Jure." He made • plummy, pompous sound of the 'wo Latin legal phrases Serious it was, but he managed to poke a little fun at the pedanta:— "or aa It would probably be called among the old school tie brigade of Hat party opposite di yun". That raised a little laugh. And then Churchill added the real theme. Of thewhole speech that m t u .'• %  How. He approved of recognil:< Churchill's policy would be counted the same thing. Overrules! H. .virruled his wartime Foreign Sacratary, Anthony Eden %  naa ii i %  DastMj Leader heir apparent of the Conservative I'arty The story goes that with cruelty, asked '! %  you remember, how old was Mr I when he formed hi: last admim.~ti.Jitm" Mr. Gladstone was 84; and if the precedent %  to be followed, that leaves weary years of %  raiting for Anthony Eden. I make no apology for devoting all of this week's article u> one speech by tTaWton Churchill. To complete the story of that speech there are two more phrases in 1 10 tell off. Both illustrate the rea. Churchill—still with a youm streak m him. still enjoying tin struggle for power, and still entirely lacking in pomposity. He was Just saying that we ii Britain are bitterly divided am absorbed in party strife. He wa: going to add that wc arc kep month after month waiting foi news of a General Election. / Labour Member with a stroni Lancashire accent interrupt t.im—'So is America." he callei out. "QUItO true.'' said Churchill then paused, looked round, hi' eyes twinkled, he grinned. anr rdded, "But they have at any rati a fixed date for their elections' You must admit that that Is nici candour I Fisurc.. And then there was an inciden a lilile later on when Winstoi Churchill had come round to dis cussing the actual figures of trad with Hong Kong. He was m .km a complicated case, based o n th< forty-six thousand tons of rubbei in three month*, that have com* to China from Singapore. Ray mond Blackburn got up and in tcnupicd. Now Raymond Bleak burn was a Labour M.P., he "de scried" Socialism and is now ai independent. He sits on the Tor: side of the House of Common. and his independence is that kin of independence He is a young vigorous, opinionated and argu mentativc fellow. He Is the mos active at denouncing Labour', softness with Communism n China. I would go further am say. (and I hope Mr. Blackhun will rot regard this as an insult) that he is poteniially the Senato Macarthy of Westminster. This Raymond BaU-kburn Interrupt cheerfully, "Would the Righ Honourable Gentleman forgive me for one moment'" he asked. Mr. Churchill looked round to his left. a little surpn-eo at youth interrupting experience from that quarter of the compass. 1 thought wa were on the same side of the line," said Churchill, waving his hands a little impatiently and sitting down, as the convention is, to allow an bttOflttptor to have his word. What Raymond Blackburn had to offer was additional ammunition for Churchill's argument. Once he got kirk tfl UC argument. Churchill mounded n little good-humouredly impatient of being tripped up by his own friend ane->dmirer. while he was In full course in chase of a trade statistic. Much more can be said of the debate; but what we have written is Of Churchill, his style and his delivery, his policy and his air of confidence that it is a policy that vill soon be the Government's. In this debate he asked for rubber mppho to China to be ended completely. The Government h,__ decided to terminate the delivery of jdl supplies of rubber to China Canadians Obtain "Secret" OTTAWA, May. Canada is buying from the United States war materials that on the "secret list", despite r.r. American law which prohibits ile of such material to foreign countries. It was disclosed In the public accounts committee of Ihe House Commons here that this Is luhievcd t>\ an arrangement lieIween Ottawa nnd Washington. under which the U.S. government orders such materials in Us own name and then tutns them over lo Canada. This is the reason that Canada does not deal directly with American manufacturers in placing Diona of dollars worth ol ilefuii-e iiiders. explained, the deputy defence minister. C. M. Drury One ibioi " tho %  n ew list" in the sort of gun the Royal Canadian Air Force will to arm the FSfiE "Sabre" )et' fighter, mi American typo highWeapons %  peed fighter p| me which is starting to roll off mass-production f i nrm bly Hnoa. %  G : -..man plant in Montreal. Canada may herself manufacture Ihe guns for this fighter, ha said. But when a member of Parliament asked what type gun the Sabre plane would use, Drury who was a brigadier in Ihe last war. said the defence department Is not talking publicly about air armament. Navel Guns Too Canada is already manufacturing naval guns. But the manufacture of guns for planes would take Canada Into a new field in pogetttano Mr. Diuiy s.,i,| Canadian piodUMlotl Of the Sabre fighter compared "very favourably" wdh the lime taken for related production in other countries. The production schedule would Km teen even more accelerated if c(nponent parts could have been obtained faster from the United States. It was disclosed reccntlv Ihat in dollar Vgluaf. about $175,000 of Ihe total $400,000 cost of cacl these planes Is represented by engines and other components Imported from the United States While the Canadian version closely {•pproximatcs the American however, the Canadian-built plantuses a Canadlan-bullt "Orenda' engine Defence headquarters also disposed that It Is borrowing 100 so Harvard training planes from ihe United States air tore* In use ih the plan lo train airmei for her Atlantic p-ict allies. Mon than 150 airmen from oversea? ROW Or* training in Canada, which hiis undertaken lo train 1,100 each year in a inodllled form of tin. great O mmonwcslth air training plun which turned out 131,000 i.iers In the last war. Oil! III AIM IIS SAY: Thv Kifihtn To The African Of South Africa To the Editor. The Adt-ocale— SIR.—After paying two visits lo loulh Africa one in 1946. and the rther one early this ye IT, they have prompted me lo write lo you at this time. i in gated myself many tbnei why there should be so much racial disharmony in South Africa and. gftei maturo oonafcta lien i have come t' the conclusion thai %  'i' | %  Bxcu l .it til for this state of affairs. This Is supposed to bo a christian-like world and. most of the governments arc proposedly democratic. If these two suppositions are correct, then it is the boundeti duty of ench nnd every one Ut work fm iho happiness imd prosperity of all sections. African. Coloured, non-European and %  aarOPOai Why should the African be told that he shall be a "hewer ot wood ind drawer of water" all his days ? The African is a part of our popu.. i.iiiv the Qutus of South Africa and, there ire many of high intallLai ability. Shall the door i I be closed lo them '.' If the Europeans of the Union of South Africa have pledged themselves to cultivate such dlshirmony among the Africans who are the rightful owners of Africa what a-e the pringtotM %  • the U.N.O. ? Can anyone teU me why the African should not be allowed to lead a life free from fear u f op• i. ns and Now. as regards the colour?.) t immunity — whose rights are HOW in great jeopardy, a community numbering about one million people, why should Ihese i ei I'lllose those democratic rights they have enjoyed for almost a century This is unchristian and unde1 : !( where Is South Africa heuding for f Kear seems lo be the basic fact that engenders racial strife, bul were we !n,e hristian and democratic governiiuii'. |-rfcct love would cast out all fear and, we should write for the highest good of all irrespective of colour. raCO DT creed. in eotMluatou bj Btevaa i ojeota, %  %  %  inlv when \\e sre chokingand. feel the desperate struggle for our lungs when we lack this most Midispens. of our when we see our freedom threatened do wc begin to be aware that democracy has always been essential to our moral and spiritual existence and ihat it alone makes possible the dignity and freedom of man." _. ERIC W. BROWNE. "Ebje Culloden Rd. 22 5.51 Vumwm fi-Hv To Tnr Editor, The Advocate— SIR.— A correspondent wn;froni buurnemoulh "In the local shops one can buy Barbados (.uava Jelly at is. 3d. per pound The taste is plcasinl but for som* the jelly wc tried was almost liquid." My cook, who makes excellent Mid firm guava jelly, tells me that when guava jelly is not "boiled high enough" 11 is apt lo be liquid: and that a small amount of alum used In the boiling will help to make and keep it firm m important that nur attempt at establishing markets for i ur local produce should be atiirecautlon ag unsi ihe commodity not bcina up to standard. Furthermore, no %  i sale should be shipped without a brand mark or the name ot Ihe manufacturer. Yours truly, | M S HOW 1IIEV RM nun FESTIVAL (By PATRICK KIRWAN) SEVILLE. WITH all due respect to Mr. Herbert Mor-i nson and his planners and publicists (not to mention the bull-dozers) it is really an easy matter to run a festival. Each spring, for centuries, the citizens of Seville have held a festival that is famous all over Europe. It x held not to prove anything or even to sell auytlfcing; but simply because the solemnities if Lent are past, the air is fragrant with (he scent uf orange blossom, and the roses re blooming in the Garden of the Alcazar. I is held because spring has come to Seville nd its citizens feel like enjoying themselves. A THOUSAND MASTS There is an open space traversed by bouleards. It is about as far from Seville Catheiral as Green Park is from Westminster. The cal corporation moved into the open space, i less than a week an area larger than the •attersca site had been strung: with 135,000 ulbs. 55.000 gleaming white and golden lanterns. A thousand Venetian masts garlanded with mr or five miles of close-knit olive and lyrtle had been set up with bunting, flags nd huge gleaming butterflies, seemingly inumerable, at their peaks. Noble illuminated archways gave vistas t venues of palms, eucalyptus, lime and lilac; i the open spaces between them sprang up i vast marquees for use as public restaurits and bars: and over 300 "Casetas"—gaily ..riped pavilions, of varying size, for private UM, KNTEK THK GIPSIES At the week's end the corporation moved "Jl and the citizens of Seville moved in—to locorale their pavilions, which they rent families, "futbol" clubs and get-togethers of %  very kind) at the cost of a few shillings a nead, thus clearing the municipality's initial .'\penses. There is no planning. No busybodies dic;.ite what form the decorations should take. The citizens simply set to work with paint, paper, pictures, tables, chairs and floorboards hx ihe dancing platform. The result is something to take the breath away — a riot of colour and fantasy that relegates Cecil B. de Mille to the "B" picture category. Then with the bars well stocked with sherry, brandy, sausages, olives, almonds, Spanish hams, cheese and the world's most k-Iectable prawns, Seville is ready for its festival. The girls—of all ages from three to thrice-times 30 — change into the gay, fullskirted "Gitanas" and put flowers in their hair. There is a premonitory clicking of castanets, a staccato tap of heels and the strumming of guitars. Already the gipsies are flocking in with bright eyes and eager out stretched palms. FIVE CIRCUSES Near by is the fairground—with five circuses, the dodg'ems, almond paste and fried octopus : all the fun of the fair. Now, after just a few days and at no cost In the public purse, the festival can begin, prompt to the minute. Seville is ready to forget its troubles for a while, to rejoice and welcome its guests. Not that visitors are sought. Indeed, the local paper rather deplores the festival's growing popularity in the outside world, fearing commercialisation; but none the less the tourists flock la from all quarters, with cameras, cars and desirable currencies. Women visitors nave to be rather careful though. A notice in the cathedral gives biblical warning that those immodestly dressed—that is. in short ikirts or with plunging necklines, "will be driven out of the temple." DANCING GIRLS There are bullfights, concerts and exhibitions galore. No Aits Councils arrange any of them, but all of them thrive, none the less. Now the proud horsemen of Spain ride in .'rom the wide grasslands on their high-steppln| thoroughbreds, cantering between the -asetas in their ornate leather snaps, scarlet;ashed waists and tight short jackets. Their ienoritas, resplendent in flamencos filmy with Icce, cliug behind them like fabulous orchids. Cavalcade after cavalcade canters by. interspersed with smart gigs and shiny coaches, mule-drawn, horse-drawn, even ass-drawn; but all fantastically caparisoned and with bright iingling bells. In them drive clusters of the loveliest girls in the world. Every caseta has its complement of lovely girls, dancing the "Sevillanas." swaying with graceful, undulating hands to clicking lingers and the strange sad voices of the singers. Each caseta vies with the next in spectacle and hospitality. The spectators watch with rapt faces, clapping the rhythm of the dance and uttering full-throated "Oles" when some measure is executed with particular skill. LIGHTS. LAUGHTER The myriad lights, the colourful casetas. the vivid costumes, the laughter and coj strangely stirring music make the visitor feel as though he had wandered into some dreamlike ballet-cum-opera-cum-musical comedy with, literally, a cast of thousands. 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INI B IDAY. M\V 14, I9.-.I BABBAOOS ADVOCATE B.W.I.SX. WILL NOT GO TO LONDON •. FT* PM opinion that 11 WIS A should not It was relt by some members take part, wouldn't It be asking 'if the committee that an agrteulmr to take a position whtch you in turalM should be sent It was your heart.* would not expect me further suggested that n member to accept' Mr Robinson quesof the Primary Prodm Uoaod, lion be sent "I could onlv be of use to you All Indcrestimalion lf were free to give you my best Hon. Albert Gomes felt that th.<*vlre On the other hand. I am Delegation shrald remain as it qui,< Wlll >" and always will to KM He thought it wan an underto "Onsider every point of on of the delegatit-i %  -i work with >ou to the think thai ih.v could no! put the D '-1 •' m y ability This la also case for agricultural proOUCC id ,nr P"*'tion of B.W IS A They Indies. are not asking you to stand by Ml Clegs wild II was regrettable %  %  ,1,kc their burdens off them that sugar, the principal product "There has got to be co-opcraof the West Indie* woi.| not '•-• llon " *" ldta but ,f beeoni* a reuroscmc t. It sccm-d %  waste S"""* Ih dff "'K a,lon n,, ' r a KpRMUlnc or low vour confldcn( 0 ,„ „, vlni „ g ^, L S >** .X.."!*•,,• be my own view I cannot be in toula two positions at one Ume i that in Hon. Albert The one hope of the people in he Hon. W Kaalgever. this area.*' Mid Mr Robinson "is the Hon. Bust unai.le and Mr that nra should free our minds of 'hey had four politician* suspicion and that we should il i h i.i Utada mm agalnsl apaah freely and frankly and tell any in the world. each other what we have to say. Mr Adams said that the and that neither one side nor the B W.I S A. in us*, not make the misother should take any opportunity take again of giving the politicians of placing the other in two poatin ir.is area, the Lmpraaatoa that uotw." thaj war* merely making use of For that reason it would be them as a shield When the pollwrong for him, so long as the tlcinns were eventually asked to B.W ISA continued with thai go to Great Britain last time.' he decision—and that was his insaid, it was to give the opinion of struclions at present—to become a the West Indian people. He had member of the dcU nation no Intention of being used unintentionally r deliberately as a I'nited front stooge. Mr. Itolnnson said that it had Politicians' Status been made clear to the meeting from the beginning, that quite Politicians in th* West Indies, separately from anything that was especially Labourites, had to be being discussed there, there was an Very careful that they were not agreement with the other Comix-lug suspected of being used by monwealth producers, that no neB.W.I.S.A. for .their convenience gotiations should be entered into "I cannot see how Australia can before there was a chance to come suspect II WIS A. in going to together in a united front for the Great Britain any more than they purpose of making representacan suspect them in going to Canlions. Ada." said Mr. Adams. There was not one member "1*1 us strongly recommend to there who would not wunt BW.I.S.A. tn reconsider their BW.I.S.A to stand by that position. When we as politicians agreement. Not only mut go to Britain, bow affective are they do so but appear to Wl going to be without B.W.I S.A? I am going to ask them t<. re.-miaiaei their petition especially in the light of their willingness to o to Canada." lion Albert Gomes said that despite the fact that Mr. Adams and he very often had their little differences, he had great respect and regard for him and he appreciated the frankness with which he had spoken. He thought those who were there and had to do with sugar Empire Da\ Message rrem The Ri. Hoe, The EAKL OP OOMRII va. pc. GiCJfto.. c\tv DS.O.. Pres'dcBt O M —— -n* R*.V%  M* ana my letvatCV, M ena you %  aaasaBja iw I m,,.,l *,, toB ^ „,, iere., I ,w ta U%J „ -1..11 worm HIM ii. ,i,. co... i.i.ue la an unA.ppv. w r ud and dangerous state. At Of Man do it in the eyes of the world. Il would not lx> in the highest interest of the West Indies for B.W.I S.A. to take part In the proposed talks at the present time, Mr. Robinson said. The Chairman finally said that he believed he was expresing the view of the CommWec that they wanted Mr Robinson to be u member of the delegation. The Committee had their faith and confidence in him It would be prejudicial if he could not must appreciate what araj the £jj (l possible to reconsider the position with regard to politicians matter. The best thing was to ask in the West Indies. Mr. Robinson to consult his dlrec. V? 10 '*..." lu P ,cl,,n '" "' tors on the matter. Mr. Robinson west Indies thai there is the danpromised he would ger of the sugar people in some way or the other using political %  support when it suits their coi venience. Co-operation "I have felt at almost evei stage of these discussions, that there is going to be co-operation What the Flags Moan A flag is often seen Hying from le which rises above the the pol Harbour and Shipping Depart mere is Bums ,u uv eo-operuuoii wh tt iy •< P-M between the governments and VI' !;Jiz"' „ ,—i u, B.W.I.S.A. it would be extreme!v ^'"etimes a single bluedansaroua if the Association take rn.vkere.1 flag or a blue checkered the responsibility in their own "ag with a pe-ndant beneath it is hands to proceed to negotiate, and (lying. _Anothcr time, there is the then when they find themselves In House flag of a steamship comtrouhle ask the governments to pany. attain. It seems to me that The flags are flown us signals this Committee should take the of ships approaching Barbados. A stand that the co-operation of the flag with blue checkered on a governments and the Association white background Indicates that must take a tangible form." an unknown steamer is to tho He wanted to remind B.W IS A. windward of the island. If the that Australia was now coming line of the steamer is known, tho forward to Join with the West Inhouse flag If flown in place of tho heckered flag. lenanee rtaersh p u.iwcrn tue v*ri<*us countries wbirn mane ua> ,..i(ammenweallh and %  % %  b > of aarmmount Mii|->ria... Ta feater and ( mprov. mutual undrnunding between the asan> differrm raeea to be found in this larae family ts the ia*k far which this Movement w .* founded. I ran truthfully say thai much ha* been accomplished but I caniiui streaa too airongly the urgency for continuing our uork consolidating past achievements and nulin progress In theae areas as jet little touched. This Is partlcuUrly Important and immediate al ithe present tune, when rapid political change is being made within the ( omasonwealth and Empire whilst world conditions remain so dlfth al; und uncertain I am most grateful to all friends and supporters for thenpaat assistance and I confidently appeal to you all. al this critical time, to continue your efforts and strive to aehievr the alms and principles for which the Movement stands, the m*ini-ii.ui,.of peace and the furtherance of world pro*aerlty. I wish you all QgJ injiaal ^nd success In your rndrat CiOWRir:. Kmpire l>ay. 1951. To the Voulh of the British Empire TO EACH of you I send 1 Una message at a limwhen you muat hear and sec many things which may sadden you. It Is true that the peiee la which you had hoped to rrew np has not >et come about nor can we be sure when this will be But it b also true that many of you. the youna people of the British Commenwralth and Kmplre are. throuih your friendships learning the resl truth that distance and a different way of life need not divide you. Take courage, be brave and remember that you are met together this day w IUi the children of many races, lo celebrate Empire Day and our common brotherkssSft COWRIE Empire Day. 1951. I'M.I. FIVE New Pictures At Cotnbermere 'I'HKH Mn •* •• %  coleMUon *t Combermerc School. These were brought from E-ig:ana oy Major C .aster oi the School, when he returned | !" m ." < v "" on " %  **" *' ''> **• liutaon, %  labours, the V N IMtita *-hie, rthich is about • long by a foot and a half frldt •' *ip Ml M \ I. is of rranku Worrell, thsj InterPoUCO Magistrate oi I^ahoiirriI ineel 40'For Larceny In Mental Hospital Case \a/tcy I ft>t letin Singapore SINGAP09X H The BriTish Cargo k hip' Nancy MoUer with 3.700 tons of Malayan mbjMf oraBsnaU* ,. tended fo o mmunist China, arrived off Si igapcrc )u*t before noon today IB ihe Strait* ti C npanf .ih the British mine.UlichtM wtUcti rte.1 h> %  .00 mileTh* Nancy Moller %  natiniial erksMOM ., CeaaWfe —Rruter. besvsoriaa, nd 3 — —. The picture sho."s Worrell, ,( *>s in 14 days or in default o ic --. - wearing ms .,-, months imprisonment. She gave HOT %Jfl iilseetn blarer with the ConanwawealU) ,,|,c 1 f *VP*d -t ihc take %  In the row for I v-t India, during the" bsnTcotames? [\-"\\ v \Z wealth tour I: tf • %  "rrankie inE [(|1 the Combermere Hull among i Schools Set Cups and Shields I W LONDON. May 23 "' "he British aeMttna S-niet^ (Q Mr. W. W. II :hwind todav Inunchod Sl OOO.OOIl appeal p asast Hutnon who %  u BntnJ i aej m gbniM M ,. ed aa a nu.uL M UetlUl P rt of the rglHnaigli 11 PI .1 Maotlful Mlvei and bfa The other picture., are ,,f Lord 'I'l-otity ..f goodg fretn Uwra the a*'Ue|i bunds pconle Combennere, found rho West tnaUta bj ioin:nir in School one. hung up in the ' the Stmulium Fly (Buflalo Scho.!l Library, shows Lord Con'' u . (. itj LhhM ,,\ | fei t ., barmara In big miutai l '" 1 "' 1 at 9 ,r the rwrtiwrn <;..! The other is bung U p over lh~ '''' v "! hl estal-h.hej „ reaB stage at Combennere and bj thhi ''' ,K '" ,! '" ,f lr l,lt "i' Coasted HM ptOpJ eminent posilion Long CoDlDM avay. '"'" "I-"* ht i*r the British Empi-c Societ' All old Combermenans inter. U ' n ' aternoor of f" the blind, the insect bl % %  ested are Invhed to go „ IKl '' mam* u-.a mual ba %  ripsj a look at them Hu *'"' %  lOwad thai tm Out at all costs C HILDREN ol IIH.,I i rvisssas h d * u n,it > ol loodl In hei Ml Jhn K Wtlaon, the hltnt H J, !" .? C basket which Inctudi _, ff * ,ir ?y* S Qua,) IMd thai ".nontix af th !" ih vloirs ^ ",l hov. she ol>:. i Rb kjumtl look hir r>W2LJ! c ? .VV. '*"" God '' C t'' W;| "">" a"' 'hat she SCO miles up the spin. „( U> f ombonnere S-liool Hall yeslerlold him that she not then, from G .Id Coast ISO mUOl .KI ZiL, ,f tho plnce wl mrtheiu wtl d a r nti I ..V X "' f ''"' ''"-I" 1 *• „ .. .. ibOUl W mile M alf Exhlbilion. Mi W W i;.,.. —Reilrr Theboysofiiai sm.; lehoo] "' %  '' n "' %  BO rooaon u h> the were especially inter. i.l:inl ahOttld i their project which ..... first prue in the Inb l ">>"'"* had botn conunlttod Division, it showed Cook it* used. al Botany Bav In ITTi.. The bl R ,'.. n ,"' ,,w "' '"' ground showed the map of Ai ,l,bmilIOtl "'•" 'he proeeution had no: pro vex I that the goods thai svara in the p.*ses,ion of the ...... a MWIli k. TI., ... ,, 'Zum,,*, th. hnu ,m b.i.kt..iiiui anil Ibl n I % %  ,,,.,. ... Bay Slrrot> h.,,1 .1, ,.„,,, „„,,, all.. K. T Mil III.I.IN I ..,, Wat:. ecoftad ber "hi imionCT or 1-Micr. s i\ mil '"" %  ""011111 f ..!. In ha Annual Talk la bui anvtn %  Od t.mdurlors at tne K11..111. Wo%sa*^rsjrv? *r; prove then ( ase ami it %  the duty ol the ta*fanj gplaln whin and how the good < tralia. New 7rounding islands. The Combermere IH.V^ DRINK & ENJOY COOLING & REFRESHING DiscuHtt Troth Com m inn toner nd h) %  Vi nu Advoeate that he lioped all the uus driven and GOOdlMten In ttu island will attend. Thus,., i„, gri interested in Hoad Safety gbould also make a special effort to he there. dol dies for very obvious reasons, but when it was in Australia's intereat to battle her own canoe she acted otherwise. That was something that had to be borne in mind and it was something which was known by the governments in the area. "1 frankly think thit this Is not as simple a matter as it may serm. 1 feel that it to a situation that should definitely be el irlfled because I share Mr. Adams' views to a very great exl-nt. "I happen to be a polillclin also and 1 know what Ihe situation is. In many Of Ihe territories even among the sugar workers, there is a gret suspicion that wr politicians who are concerned in this mattrr are Just thinking of the sugar mamsPachirers It is a misauided viru, because we all realise how important sugar Is io the economy of the Heat Indies and II to for that reason we are determined to i,,.in these political battles." Mr. Gomes said that he thought they should not leave the situation as it was at the moment, in his opinion, it was ,i very acute one. The Chairman. Professor Beaslev, said that it might help if, dsgpfta the fact the B W.l S.A was nut sendltjg .. M pic-cntaliw*. Use* ask Mr •Holiinson to iKcome a member of the delegation as Mr. Robinson. An Agreement Mr. Robinson said that he was bound by the decision which his directors had made H night burnt six nctW of first crop ripe canea. They ore tho property of C. G. Gale and were Murod EIRE al Bulkeley Tenunti George, earl, morning completely destroyed a boarded and shingled house with shedroof attached. It |g the >IMII>erty of Edna Crichlow of Kjrm Tenantry, St. George. It was not insured. The Police ore making investigations. T HE HOME of Bl-yp:ir-.,lrl Marry Leach at Hibby Line. St. Michael was completely destroyed on Tuesday night. It |fl valued $240 and was not insured adjoining house, owned b> AS 1 L-heckered Hag. under which b flown a pendant with a red dot in its middle, is the signal for an n^, Mberl Gomes moUo unknown steamer to leeward. .In favouring West Indian Govern case the line of the steamer is ments to give their views on ti, known, the house flag is flown Report of the Standing Closer An with the pendant. Associition Committee Meeting. Joseph Browne, was charred un , before discussing the report of Ihe western side. This nlso Is not io signal a man-of-war to tne Customs Union Commission insured. w.ndward, a red and whlta WM icsterday tilmply recorded al diagonal flag Is hoisted. A pendant lhp ne eting of the ltegi.mi.1 AN ACCIIU.NT QaouiTOd .' with a red dot In its centre Economic Committee, bul no other •* St LaWTMic*, Christ Chunh. inferior to the red onJ action taken since there was such "" Tuesday U-lwei -tor COJ cleavage of opinion by members X.1835. owned ami driven bj of the Committee. Montague White of S". 1-IWM-K The resolution read aa foland a bicycle owned and ridden lows:— by Vernon Fordc of tl i hile diagonal flag, man-of-war to leeward. A black ball Is hoisted inferior to the mancf-war flag to tell that a squadron o< men-of-war Is approaching f hc Committee resolves to trict harbour from the windward communicate with the Secretary Ford, If a squadron is approaching OI suu urging him to make .rom the leeward, a pendant w^th immediate representations to all a red dot in the middle is holsiod Governments which have not vet inferior to both the man-of-war considered the Report of the Hag and the black ball. Standing Closer Association ComTho Harbour Signal Station also mlttec asking for an ssWij gives hurricane signals. A red expression of their views on the ttag with a black rectangle In the proposals contained in the centre is used as a cautionary report signal while two similar flags. The Committee agrees that it hoisted together, are hurricane %  < not desirable to consider the signals. Report of the Customs Unlor Commission until such time av When a red pendant with a there has been a full expression white vertical crow is flown with c f views from nil territorial Gov0 black ball hoisted interior to il. ernments on the Standing Closer Ihe signal permits small craft Io Ajwocintlon Committee Report enter moleheid before* being • grantOd pratique in bad weather. —" "' Nctiees of ships approaching the Island are cominuiicaled to the Harbour Signal Station from u "look-out" station al IlighgaV. The flags are Immediately hoisted when the notices are given. They /re lowered shortly after the ship Las been lving at anchorage. ROTTEN SUPPLIES who was injured, was treated by Dr Ward The eyclo was slightlv damaged. A PART of Fri-ter* Road, St Joseph, is at present undergoing repnirr.. This road leads to Burke Village, via Vaughan's Land. It is the third time that it has been repaired for the year. On each -K-easlon it was damaged by rain. The rhitnborazo Rood has been completed and |. to traffic. MEDICAL OFFICER APPOINTED The Secretary of Slat, fa B Colonies haj eh.l'-.l l>r Zyginunt Witold ttOlMWoch tor anpointmetit to Ihe p-ist of Medtp llarhndos fierier.d Hi No ships were in the Buy yesterday, but some boatmen still got 00k u job to do. They were hired to pital. take off rotten merchandise Into Dr Skonuroch and famil the Bay for dumping One rowe>pec led to arrrn bj till loat took out a supply of potatoes. Bonaire on May 39. Keep the >ouiigMeri lit in Ibjajssfc Acnes blouses. They are fashioned t;>r iltness in the cellular fahrK 6c~ signed for mrat*rr.l\emtlari


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'till KMlW. M\V 21. HS1 BARBADOS AIIVlll Ml I'M. I -IMS CLASSIFIED ADS. ton iiEvr TlLHOHI />• For Birth, Mi tii|f niinc(Mnli m drib Calling in. i >arg* u BS.DO lor any number ol ordi up to -rag • rent* per word lar m 1 ddilional aord Term* raah Phutie M* net ween S3* and pm J113 CM SleMI %  '•II'" %  | -' %  '•• t • P rr t.uOROl -On Mav Bid IMI. t Uv General rtoapltal, John Oookol. Ut. •ugar brnler f ralrneld Fartor^ Age Ol .ear* HM funeral IMVM KU Ut* IWHIM Eagle ilJll Boad .1 4 3D to-day for the Weataurv CaiiMlary. Eva Oookol .lOo*. Sibil .daughter*. Dr Hjninun iroualn B O Paper i pleaac ropy* Mill-In IN MBMOB1AM t RAMfOBO In lnvi %  .r* have pa %  It,.I When Ih* i Prom th** part Since heaven halh claim the* *" could not refrain In our memorle* Xill live a devoted lather fi rr to be -tnnmbfipa bv Hutfi Cravaiortl %  Wll*. Rerealord. Martin. Au.ti". ktt-feM, Aubrf. Peter, "an I %  Sonai. Jo Daughter' Drnl. Blade.. MM. Legall • tdithful Frlendi' M S SI In JAMBS— In loving memory daughter Vereella Jam*. ,.*leep on the B4lh nl May •*• %  •he reel In peace. (the Ha* (one but r.ot lorgotten Beating wtih the SaliiU ol God II will alkayLc remembered On the Mth May. roll called, i FOR •'-> cMroe 8AU Al-TOMOTIVt-: EXCrPTIONAL CAI! BLCIBICAL REPPIGEBATOB -One V | i loot mrkUIre Refiue...!.-! Applv: Harold .,..-. %  .th.tnePd-Drug Si..re Phone ! %  *—31*4 II 1 SI tin POl'LTRY Khaki Campbell D...I I MECHANIC \l. GRABS CUTTERS anal I It. Immediate del Solicited Courteay Oau \i., 11 !(. n D MM S3 9 91 fcl MISCELLANEOUS HOUSI a AP ABTMENT at 1111111. on-the-B* opi—.tr Woodude B*> SKreat prenuati M S 51 'i. | >T..I. |fjj Road Fumtahed ".. Available no>V/[..lr.. IBBBBM Mill >i ri in H SAUS Tea nnti per apole U- aad II ,-e.(. per eyua In ,.,,-.-,i.m itiaea* II Vi r-d IIM M InadaiK REAL ESTATC NVWRimV With II 1 line kiln. Building nd a Neat door Qua Hill Barrack, about . n-.il*. MM rd#eli.an Apply . W <*t Geerrr Mtmi FUAT ntahed baatnaea B-aumoni. Hartlng*. unlm Dining -nd Bitlnul loom*. i running water. Kitchen wit al convenM**-**. No peta %  Dial saw as si I w%viin Ml ol lent) •MaSSSt I t ( • at the rotner Belm.int Moid MI ii • aouare feel tUndin The M .1 kih-hen doan.Ulr*. taraa at, t iil-t J; io %  _|h i.p.Ulu RMMeen onrenlancea Oaraaat i and %  p m or by apnolnlmnl M* Dial ?MB The above wilt be l Public Competition .n l.l Jn IMI. at 1 P n, (".RHIMGTON i HP lot Ml* on rrloay. tl l JUNIOR C1JCHK—Fr our Cn'.n. PpH llt.ij l-ine rielrratilv OIL with ..irlvu.r ii, -m.Mitt. CCNTKAI UltrNDRY LTD S 51 CtGAKETTES — Ardath Cork tipped Cigarette* Buy now before the ad[ paj vanced prtre ramea Into effect. We rtlll •" % have a amall atock at !h reduced prtca >' —namely 10'a. lr and SO'a 31c 1 KNIOHTS LTD It 9 51—JO, MA1X AND FEMA1JCft l*dle t .ontact American F^millea In USA. ci.rrgelic youruj inen lit An-itii Farmeu Write lot particular!. Mr. ^ • Fulton Canning Tow t B ig nit to1" wcr.d 1 m here. if Jame. M UlIn MORRIS -In loving dear daddy McDonald MorrW who waa %  ailed to a highs tl. • ft ti M: 10 ft U 40 Nett c.ih. Better hurry A BARNES & CO.. LTD. a SI—I f n. I.AUHEI. RAZOR. If i WHITF. THJW While Tile. Enflnlr %  ,1 the Auto Tyre, Co. Tralalanr St. Phoo0M. H9SI-tfn STEN'tTYPLST .Brginiwr or QU,.IIIWd wanted immediately. Apply In perxi' and by letter to J A. Marion •> Roi Ltd. 1 9 91 I In MISCELLANEOUS \ni> TO BIT 1'SED B*d. Iron Bedalea.^ Lewing Machine., Ice Boxea. Gramo. about JD It x lit. and IUM ai>d Offlci VllflON. Spry 1. kill, 1..,.,. I. M S SI WA.MII> TO BIT JOINERS' GOtlD WORK In HaJkagBMI Cedal. Birch, Fir Deal lor Home Order. 1951, No. 9 which will b* pUbltgtWd in itn Offlcial Gazette of Thursday 24th May. 1951. 2. Under this Order the maximum retail selling prices of "Caroid & Bile Salts". "Vicks Vaporub". "Urasal" and "Maltevol" are n* follows:— liwr.MINO IIOtfSE .landing on I9H ptrche. ol land, illuated at POrMf or llucklngliam and Bank Hall croaa Road.. built ol Timber and Tooled artfli Ualvamaed Iron and la comprUed • if Open Verandah on three aide*. Living and Dining Boom.. Three Bedroom., j I Room. Rath. Kitihrn. rtc large yard all encloard. Very airy. SOB on application to S E. Cole Dial 4M0 or 4Mi where all •0.5S1 -*n %  aklj till a Item I nit of Sale Caroid & Bile Salts Vicks Vaporub Bottle of 50 tabs .. ,. 100 ., $i . pot 9 gram pot bottle MII j] fttwd boltk large Maximum Rrtall iTl.r iTii S1.88 4c. 26c 60c. >2 10 i view ol the leaae. the above opportiinlt.' lc Je V/*f a M>l"'l-AHEAIi G0VFRNMEN1 NOTICE i MH.I: \iiic. Dje lo a change in the date of arrival of the American employers who are to crrive to select the labourers for employment in the I'm ted States of America and the representatives of the Air Transport Company who will be re.V|H>IIMIJ1P for arranging the dates of departure and performing other duties In connection with the recruitment, it h:is been necessary to change the dates of the medical examinations. All workers WHO have 'Call Cards' stating the dates when next they are to report at Queen's Park itre now asked to report at 8.30 a.m. according to the following time table : Those called for Friday, the 25th May. 1951. Now report on Weane*da>. 30th May. 1951 Those called for Monday the 28th May, 1951; Now leport on Thursday, the 31st Hay. i % %  %  i Those called for Tuesday, the 29th May. 1951; Now marl on Friday, the 1st June. 1951. Please note that those who have vaccination eeitincates are requested to bring them along when thev ore coming to be examined 24.5.51—2n BOVRI makes good cook heller D WH1 KIVCS th.i: extra flavour lo all soup*, pies and savoLiicAnd nourishment, too —for Bovrli is the CCaMentaad good-ic-u of hcef Bovril is also a ta i> iMcMdl -.prcikl-iiid. a cup ol hot Bovril '•aily makes you feel fim \ MT\ %  nfi'iil .iil.-.-|.ii. i,.r liijili germii-nlal erneirne) even in llir i|.iii-iiiuii-. iliwnt>t >tain, it iMSJH iflfcltlBIUallllllJ Drll.il DETTOL THE MOOIIN ANTISEPTIC e ADVERTISE II PAYS I BoLs. Cocktail Onions 0 S j .. Cherries \ j H, Stuffed Olives J > Tins CorkUil Blseults o \ Swift Vienna Sausages o £ .. Frank furt Sausageg >. J Luncheon Heel * rate lie Foie I %  Potted Meal \ 1 ft f Pt Tin Sasso Ollv ; Tins Caaatin O Pfcrs. Kraft Cheese I • | | FNCE & Co. Ltd. j i on;. omi vi \i. SOlj'VENIKS. CURIOS, JEWELS New 8hlpment opened THANI'S i£ ARRIVED | SOLD! New Stiipirient Bold belore am Baa them at Oa delivery nf Oaa all -ai. Mi-Maxt and jtr r order TO-DAY IMPORTANT NOTICE The Annual General Meeting nf the Barbados Cricket Association will le held at KKNSiNGTON OVAL, (and ntn at Queen's Park) i May 25th at 4.SO \ p.m. Entrance by George Challenor Stand. W. F HOYOS. Hony. Secty. l 5 91 Sn tfMtttaai at our orTW Street on Friday SMh Ma/ ISSI. pm 1 rood 14 perch** ol laid at i Car ton St Jamev the proper*. I %  A I. .,.!., aid coudltUna BANFO-JJI. The undrnitfnnl will iiflrr lor aale ai their Office. No IT. High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday the 19th. day of May. ISSI. at 1 p m The rfwtlliiigluxKe knowa ... "OKANr V'EW-iili Ilia land thereto rontainlnn 1 II—all 4 1/Mh I'erehea <.r thereabout*. Mimic at Kithaheba. Saint Joarph Inipecllon on applH-t'nii lu Ih* ( actakcr. on It,%  FOr fuMher partlcnUo and condittoni ul aalr apply lo — HUTU CATFOHD 4 Co. 13 j m %  .. .1 %  U W la TT DA1X. \-.v ,n. Koad lUndlni, M JJ |H'iclu' of l.ind Drllli |l hiiua. "imiiiiwi open verandah. I> IHntng roomi two brdruouu. Mliheii. toilet and bath -ill !• ottered lor Mile U Friday I'l IH 11 \OIIIIS %  %  ad nn ... NOTICE ba t > n ag •<• |e tenlion ol tl Cfcrl.t Churd u.lo the l.ee.1 aulhoriimg I KOTICK GIVEN it: < i pamh ol MM lo be mlroduceti ..( ttn. fa a v.. I I pm ai Hie ggBN igned from whom tor and lurther particular, HUTCHIN*>N S IH> obtained ANFIEI.I) 17 S 11 an Ltd ---li%  .>-' I.. M uggdJ i., in,,,, MI .. u, HIMOU n n-pairmg ekiatlng roads and path, m Uu%  CeaneWrv. and lav in r out | new road* and pjth. ih ibi a* to UP* in rfleet K.. Ill* Mortuarr cnapei in the MI, lo HIM in .1,.,, lilt; a drainage well It, the —id i Ih* Said aum ao ralaed Li be repaid n '• mtg o ITaOaa ^ci,. KBiiii.riu-.iig in tin >ear ISSS. logethn •.lib iutert -I > |wr .nituln per atuuun on the pe'n' i ,p-il turn ..,| balance. thereof for the time being owing. Dated the Slat day ol Mav thai. VRANWOOO %  novec. Solk-ltor. lor the Ve.ti. ,.f Chrut Church H S SI in In Touch With Barbados Coastal Station >' % %  'i. %  [Wasl i iUu : I.I I OS I A MMMI LOOT "•i K3UP Krtaa B Jt i *dverli.'. eri I Mil Mil I Kill II tKt i I %  I II li til HBRJJIV i.iv KM i .i*i MOT* r. upOllcatkan Dlraeloii ol Ui. at* Dtidlai t amiroo llaa-ku' il,,, d m 1 iinbered SS • I. upon the atalrawnt thai the nHgtnal IVitinrate No i lamaad to OuolCameron Hawkln. under Sal ISM h*. been loat and %  tM IB AtJ* MCKFJIY IIIVIN that il witbtn Ihnt. da., i heeeof no claim or reprc, raebret ol auch original Cg nade t„ the Direct."! th. o..-rd I., oe.l arttl lor a dm r %  L J SetALi \v\oiMi;iii:\is Ihiraj .ui, ..you wait U may onl. ..• i .. .nniiiig Applv I'lllSOMI The IHIII. i II i -A WHITI nee THOMAS, a. I ri—ran i. tn I.I debt. In mv name %  a. b .i written order Waned Bf MS umn ti i.roN W,IIT Becl %  SIS SI lr MAIL NOTICE Ml: MAILS for Arul.i Uld Curacao b) K t.\i Mr ClOSaXJ ..I thl O Saafa tm l l'" st i :u mi :i m. on Wednesday MKtl Mav II N AHMSTKON.i. Colonial PiMtirutstcr Qajnsj 'I PCM Offlce. Had May, IMI. AUCilOW Nil.IVAN MINX ISM MODS!. Hi-*H. • H'-l IVe are intnted by the owner whrt **"•• ""'*"'%  > left the Colony to auction tni. *w| I nJg %  Alph: mly done S.SO* %  ,l ,ur kno.led-*j T-5!!^ •_". I the beat I | ahipa through i Alcoa Clipper. a a Uraniaatad. ... a %  Punta An %  Cole. Oarage on Friday t > p.m. JOHN M BLADON. REAL ESTATE JOHN M. Ill 1IIOS A F 8. V V A. Rrprrsentatlve: GERALII WOOIt Am (i.,|„ ihal tall, nsri it .i Kl IM ni.iie l.mr b-..ritf dishi ^ • %  her miuritliing wuli Kl (M II 1 Kl IM i. M Rid MS) M U M, ( ive aaar fassil) tsxra iiiiti.iuiiiii tsu %  Ha ... trii .I.I, f5*J 1. KLIrVi It par*, tafs Milk 2. KUM • % %  %  (,. without wMiiisMsa 3. KLIM qsallty U olwayi u.ilor-i 4. KLIfV II % % % %  tlM far qroe^inq chlldraa 3 KLIM ADOS Nouaiitmtm TO COOKIO DISHIS 6. KLIM it r*eam*n>e} far .atM, faa.lttf 7. KLIM II of* iHM ipeelolly pocked *M 8. KLIM it prod-t-d HaSjSf ttrlcv*tt coatral Sore Mouth LOOM Bloody Tooth ding Oama. Bora Mouih an.1 Laaaa t, M ulh or i-th-iaoiiia I-..I ill....— ,III AK i* lal.r cauar ,nur H.ih Itnliii' |{h'umatlani I-...,.:. Brat llghlrl money bark an faturn of rmptt packA ||..|'.M "'"'"' V'f"",. fr Pycrrkis —Tr.ncli H.wlfc FURNISH NOW AND SAVE! Hencw VanlUei DlnUi*. Kit.l-cn S".,.| Fancy Table.. ChiBr-li^-. I CSB—III %  asBJBl t aJl up, Wafjona Sewing B.i.k. lemoveable Stand. MM. rseaka. B—ikeaae.. BooBiac 1 Urge Olaaa-eaMa well divided. OfBce Chair*. Mat* tl SO TO-DAYS NEWS HASH III! i i:n Ivl il r. Hl'RlNO ANNUL I9SI lentuiinc the South Africans an,i the Ml' (' in AUaTtraUa 4/4 f.LASS IIE< ANTfcltS t/— AT JOHNSONS STATIONFRV a\ IIARIIHAKi: L.S. WILSON FOR SALE trinii.g the Colony The honaa ,. .1 the F-tate T alorcyn. aolldlv built i.f HMM wTIB iMi,.peted raal Th... ...,-n line WBSdjg viiii. fn window* leadii.K IBM eotajraSl %  < aitdah* from whwh | „ obatl "'"I Hew ol lb* aea a .horl rtl.taiue aw*.The i liedrooina era large ami I Ita own bathroom with tub bath !and hoi waler There la ainpfa %  cop* 'or l'.eapen-i Itiellll and model lilfatMin to lie .% %  led out v. I . ... II planted with liee. „„t |V .-.•.!: BM %  and there In B right ol grM Ut* beach with c.ccllenl bathing. %  INCn MARI OH On .pnrok 9 acre a coaalland near Btlvvr Band* A Mildly MBMB hoaiM wllh ah Ingle roof and pin* BJgaarkaa 4 mepllon. 1 liedt IgaaSts: J knili'ii 1 aer. ..i..I ,.,!., ...1.1 I.IIIKtRBir MIIHBR". Brit; .... A .ii-tinctiva and .el well l.a.k In .e-ludad ground* approK. on* ac-tIn eatrnt Th* garileun aie will matured ami Plan a i..r..|.lnte privacy from the roadway and adlolnma proprrly Theie I. a SOU "'I i-li.ii' I I 1 >• %  m any veiaivdahi with a central atairwav making an attraciivfealu.e. llllllaa MOM MM gi-.d Iwdrnom-. kitchen, butler', panlry. utoie. room, and u.ual olncea. Outalde thar* la a large garaa*. aervanti fiiarfer.. elr An ealrenwly Inlerealing and de.liable property BulldltiK i ... .1 I %  Road A %¡ ,..,.. th l-.-li\l.: Cheapatde Sinai* tWa> rMldaiaJg, Z h wnwtaa wait from town centre I living muni) .lining rt. raoena. Area ol plot appro %  I0.MB aq ft Open to oflei. IN I HtM III |i.,h Mallow ..i ... I aoundiy built bungalow on tb*J coaat where there I. alwaya A %  ooliiui BVSMB ' I %  combined JOIi r aM dining nmnii [lichen with aervli • Ba* B T HImil REAL I • i \ i l AGENT AUCTIONEER PLANTATION*! Bt'lLi>tM. 'Phone 4648 BPBY inTOTXT. DIAL OWE ACUUN ,%y.\ii..\HI.K... "NOXZEMA" Your r,i.oiirite Sim Gnafli Ihi. Medic-iidl Ml ("icsm preventv SUNBURN Soothe and HealsSkin linuiiorn. "N(X/I MA klloart y.iu in eniy ytmr Holidays, or WccscniK srhhcBM Fear or Wotry nrxnil Sunhuin. Rimcmhcr Rf, "NOX/iAIA" The Meditated Cretan in the 'l.ittlr Hlur Jur" in 7hree S.t I I, V9. and 5/6 per Jar Obtainable at • BOOKER'S (Barbados DRUG STORES Lid-Broad Street and ALPHA PHARMACY. Hailing. SHIPPING NOTICES Canadian National Steamships III! TPMI %  Montreal .IN .. 14 Ma CAN III IT Mil i %  Mc.r.n M M<: MY .. I Juia IADV NKUattr: ,. ai J u n* IAHV KODNKY .. July M Ma r Mae • J.m. II June SJulv S Jul. a Aug. 4 Aug bartvana* Sir tl iigg TT Ma. IS May St Mi. M HI/ S June SB Jon* 1*. Jan* 14 July IS Juty 15 A „ %  :t A SUII.IOIM IADV NXUaOr* .. Bh Jm IADV RiiUSEV 3 July LADY M'lJtUN LAUV HiiliM.V ..JSAog. 3 July IB July n A< 4 ArrlWM ArrlM ArrtVM ArrleM SJaatan SI Job* HaUfag Montraail — XZnd J^ne h J"" 14 July IS July %  Wuly T Auf • Am. IJ *^ s*pi • —pi. %  > SSfPt GARDINER AUSTIN & CO.. LTD. — Af enU. W Mcoa, Si**MAhip fa NEW YORK 8EKVICR k" -a.le.1 ITih Apitl Arnvea Barbado* Sth May IBUt NEW ORLEANS SERVICE : llfad llth April Arrive* Baiha.t.x 4th May .1. IA POLARIS" Sail. J,„t May ., ., ||u, „ •AIXX>A HiiAMVR" Ball* igth May ,. j.i Jim* CANADIAN SKKVICE "' I HI!i L • tall. Ballfag Arrltti N 1>A I'l v. fl N %  M.i> June .aVth \ln, J4ih June lath .1.. |g ?l-i • %  II" Ml | BlBj SSIh ulU t r BJ John a ,1 *u UrBaMMi IIOIIKRT THOM LTD. — NEW YORK AND GULF SERVICE AI'I'I.Y:—l,A TOBTA a CO.. LTD.—CANADIAN SERVICE ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. %  MOM I M'l •VI.Ill II t Hill III A rt. li KI.X-I %  Oinije.Luf lllh June I KOI Kl IHIMIItll I M: *'I HI iv.,.in IMISIIItli I A (It AIMA i I II \l Ml A JAMAICA M -iH.nle.Ud24th Map IMI FRENCH LINE lie Ole Transatlantkqiifi Ml IM. TO ENGLAND a PRANCE COI.OMUIE June loth. 1031 via Martinique & Guadeloupe CUI.OMHIK May 30th, 1951 TMIIKIII. 1 1..I Ciiiaira, Curaeao. C:irt;i.ena and JaFINE QUALITY CREPE 1(1 outstanding shades al Cl TJ SATIN WHITE, PINK, BLUE at r)Qf' GEORGETTE WHITE. PINK BLUE a, 92* FLOWERED LINEN*** r/ CHILDREN and Larger Patterns Jl.jO LADIES'& CHILDREN'S HATS STRAWS & FELT in a Large Range ol Styles lui ABVASTAOS III y .von// | THE BARGAIN HOUSE 30, Swan Slrrtt — S. AMMAN, Propriilur TIIONE 2702



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IMrata • ESTABLISHED 1895 THIRSDAY. UA-, PRICE: nVCCBNTV B.W.I.S.A. WILL NOT GO TO LONDON Communists On The Run Again TOKYO. May 23 | UNITED NATIONS FORCES on tiie Eastern front tonight sealed the gap in their linen and disposed of the threatened massive Chinese breakthrough into South Korea At the opposite end of the 120 mile front, counter attacking South' Korean units were reported almost astride the 38th parallel At some points their patrols were believed \ to have crossed into North Korea ll\MI ton the Senate ns MOI U Assembly vote wag known and thi Assembly expecU to be able to pass it on a second reading after dinner. Rrutrr. Police Hold Mad Moot PARIS. May 23 Allot a % %  >— wwnt lhteua*> tha wild regions of the Atlas Mountains, police to-day arrested Mohammed Tademclit, the "mad Hooff*' who is Alleged to have murdered eight Europeans during tho last two weeks, a French Neva Agency message from Rabat laid The message said Tadcmaht hao made a "complete confession". A bloodstained banknote found on Sunday on a Moroccan tradesman who admitted he had sold food to the killer, gave a clue tn his whereabouts. A l>earded blue-eycM ex-soldier the "mad moor" was hunted by 12.000 police. Moroccan troops and Foreign Legioneircs.—Renter. The threat of a Communist :ih had hung over the eastern sector for KWll days : Tinned formal i"i* < buried themselves against he sagging United Nations line in the second phase of ihrlr sprint; eftauriva They drovo a wedge into Alhco to a point 16 miles eaatMitheeat of I but Soksori they advanced into the if i giant Allied pincer i i • threat vanished U the taws of the plnccr began to .-love threatening to trap the Cnm munlsts well south of their main Urn-*. WOrn OUt In thru efforts t'. penetrate to the south, the attackers made hurried prepare lions to withdraw. But front line re|orts late today indicated that thi be too late and that many woul< be trapped in the ring of Allied rtd infantry. Withdrawals An Eighth Arm> lieaia|liartiri tonight there were indication*of a limited Chinese withdrawal along DM entile Korean front. His stalOregarded as CSUUMU for throughout the day AUien Canvnanden In all sectors had {•ported the anctny falling back to the north. Chines* .iftn wffertng staggi Ing losses began their withdraw in tno west and centn 1 trying to poworful Allied counterattacks At the end of the da? the withdrawal spread to the cast main weight of their on. -, Tonight's Eighth Aim^convj munlque -aid that Allied troop* on the heels of the Communist, in the eastern sector were meet ing only iu;ht resistance In 'heir >.ix-day offensive, Communists were estimated to suffered well over 60,000 —Reulrr THE SCENE as so infantryman daubs* for cover are pinned down by enemy small armfire "some whsrt in Korea' atgres.ion conUmts*. of tlie .rd I* the battle aga •Fascinating MACARTHUR'S STRATEGY Exhibition" WOULD NOT END WAR Says Dugdalv Vote g88,000 For Workers To U.S. l-llKlrtll GEORGETOWN. May ::-t 1 .. Co mdl Ftnanc Committee lo-dny approved a vote of SM.tHHi lor the lecruitnuni or !i00 workers for U-S.A. farm*. The iinal ratification b npeeti I when the Council meets on rrkunr. This action fallowed tlir Vbdl of Dr. Claude Denbow. President of the B.G. branch of Ihe t oloured Peoples League, to the U.S.A. and il>: ,<| MII! lorrespondeni v Uvtween U.S. tuthorlUea and theloetl Government, culminating in .i conference between the Officer administering the Government nd a Committee of (ha i < P Vcnduy. DYNAMITE STOLEN %  r-om Our 0n CornsANTIGUA. May 28 Thii morning ihe Caretaker at Fort James discovered that the arsenal had been broker i : 2 rases of dyn-imile stolen. Thj anttai oot -.ruin i ,igo and the dynamite was never iraced, Deputies Met For Half Minute PARIS. May 23 Rig Fun i roreujn Dcpuiics to-day had a silting .I lull a minute—their %  hortest yet. Nobody wanl-M t" %  peak, the weetarn spokesman -aid Soviet Deputy Andrei Gromyko mi n the Chair. He began the asking whether anybody wanted to sa v anything •hey hnd nothing to My Gromyko said he ii. MI not cither and adjourned the awatlng until to-aaornw %  %  %  The prevent deadlock is over the Soviet item on the North Atlantic Treaty should b> included in the rorefgti Minis icrs' afenda Western powers have mode it clear that they w not include this item In the agenda n y form. —lleuter. om Our 0*i Com t ponder I %  LONDON May 2:t Mi. John Dugdalc. M<> State for Colonial Affair*, today attended a private view <,f ., notable Exhibition % %  f Traditional AJI from the colonial I*HI Aown ,.i MM bmawtal Inasltuh as pan of the Festival of Hntain j M. Dugdalisaid. Tl i exhibition %  It arOUld enable people of this BOH said, to learn son.vUung aboul the artistic expression of thi people in the colonies In ordci to popularise art among eataniel peoples, the subject should, he thought, be includc i oppaee the urrangemenls and have not altered Uw i ufim v —. A,^,_..,., attitude despite the explanation William F.O. As,ii ? m |lhal 0m ; 1> neM |or .JEESon. given g| .i meeting Ihtl BNsah between students and British Hindi officials. Tliirlv We^l !. e among tho*. f.-> %  II Keei>er of the Department of the) British Museum, who .. the arranging of uV exhibition (•(phoned to me "The to thi. exhibition needs to appreciate— if he is not to regard the exhibit is mere curtgo l i 'hat negn Africa and the other tribal area representtxl never uno> philosophical and lelentlflc revo lution whloh has played auch a large part In Ihe moulding of industrial civilization, and thai e of hlatory, the*.' t >lo nial eulturcN ilcvelo,ed in dire. tions more t-ondunve tn the groWtfa of art." Liberals Win Seal I d.'RNE, May 23 B. G. Menzlcs. of the Ubcral Country Party Coalition Ooven* n-.i-tv hawon an aiiditioun sal in the Australian Senate, giving it a majority of four. Voting for the line-up in ihe new Parliament which will ba opened on June 12 will !• KOUI I of Repre::entatiM try Party Qowenunent BBl Labou 51, non-voting members 2. Sen ate: Liberal Country Paitv n Labour 28 —Reuter. Hla Excellency the Governor will attend ait first JamaicaBarbados K-mii.;iii Test that takes place at Kalternoon The Oovernoi will meet the iilf^i. roil, DID NOT OBEY Jamaica -Cooper. %  •!, Da,,AM ^ S Costa Bayllss Miller. Parchment. [ A Syrian Mlliury sp< McLean. B' ^ Saaso, Mtret Hall.f today accused Israel of failin; HorhadoA Cozier, Brl#ji*,Cratf ut fuliv the B F. Hutchinson. Cadogan. dltens. I Council Resolution lnatiuctinij Lucas. Dr.ivton. Wllkea, ': St, C I her to stop draining Hulej Mulch-* .in the Syrian nordci — Reuti-r. Asked lo-dny what acdOfl tin llrillih Council might take at th< nt at i rlni ant •then threat. M.. Hugh I'agct. Birectoc i i bope that on reOeetion rai* leave Hani < reacenl on July i arto K t'-o %  A minority of the .Indents win an i• i> ntattvi if vai loua over: %  British Council's )uH: .< treating Ham Crescent as primarily for newcomers to iitt.,v\a yeeterd ) is now under the consideration I the Treoaury. i* known to havi%  he Ulpporl ( tha Colonial Omcc *ho have long been aware of the Wl Indies' feeling In the matte Tho all West Indian Canadian no. tiuted Kingdom trade deals ll la also anticipated that .. htrotig Waal Indian oalegaUoi i kvltu earl) June, will IKCOTaWaWM ttefort > Iinal decision u raai-in-. RED DANGER i\ PERSIA V. '.SHINfiTON. Ma, U. %  ..i 1.1 the Jon Chiefs Staff. General Brudh-N teMifyim ore the JotW cwinm Beaarte taid rhera is dangai of Russia'* moving into linr %  i %  anothm Is any ', ir Indo i %  %  other place %  ii to say, IHIli U i point of dangai %  mold hke to % %  %  . %  further aggraaalon, If H —Renter. Persia Ready To Take Over IK1IKHAN. May 21 Pi I.I n Bdy to take nve the An li %  Iranian oil UOni "WlthoUl furlhe delay Tho uaually wall w nowapi i • i K*IJII tonight that K....M, II 1 Minis) %  %  %  II. Mai nalUiatla li i.i i. ihli latemenl in thesn Pi mi. MlnlaUi in M o his ss an in the Malll i Parllameni buildini to latlm two da*i !>' !' %  Dl Kato.a nrl gu where Dr. Moaaeddagh had BOan Mine Monday nioiiiin h i v>hv he had left hli heavll guarded refUga i allevad ht had %  p< II' two nlghU i 11 E i h ate i %  Idani < %  naai Teheran FatunJ ilaai i l.hail H rldieu Ukai 'be II ime MlnU ibOUl 10 ireimi — Krutrr -hull I.I 11 %  lion with West Indian Goodwill Trade Commission which is due to visit the United Kingdom about the middle of June on its way to Canada The Hon Harold Robinson tabled the following draft statement at yesterday's meeting of tho Regional Economic Committee: The British West Indiegagef thi would be willing I bad ii:iii-rt I.*, earne to thai Cotifi be ('.mm ho> ino-i givi n, t ottb "I II DI hearl oul thai the-. Pi*, honou n %  re wool! i u aepa thr t'.K Viv ilium is Irrmrl> 4pprelirudvithat Well thr Association lo appoint J if|.i i -."i .d\ %  | Ihr above rirlrgSllon It Should he ml..|ir.l il h the other t ommoiiwrtl h I'rodiiirro' AsMieiallonH aOf luliiii behind their ba.h I '.." %  i ii (us therefore drehfrd thai II would lie IIIOM unwi r for them at this state to appal it surh a representative for dl • i "-l.il" 111 I •nub.li III 111) • connected with -mat Mr Re %  was to send a delegation to I ad i a pure!) t waa not to aotei inn am bag' ttaUon bui mi ri i to gdwiil mlatkm, This now bail ,,,'en rhangi Nol only would thiMbIn ajo to England and bo 1 %  %  neratt] mehc ti nations and trade talks with thi Hi ni.sb Qovanunenl while ihere, "When you ate makir U-ade lalka and gelling auo al Ihi %  kel i mattei n latlog to lugaj in Canada, 11 would i.mctdt to con* loee oul uda peopla ai d In fact li MI. Haw ,,II i,. ... DIMIISSMHIS Link ii. %  ild thai the B %  i to the conclualon in thai parth must i"' linked wlU i. tn t..i and %  read it ll >lom. %  id not know TN i %  %  PN ihe poattioi 11 tha Wi n glloa an> i henslon m a i < %  ''• kralla and oU> • %  thai tin-'. %  infern i %  then would ba maatinj btri hi. did oot KII.'.I nol know vhethei ihi % %  ould b* %  . i gld baton I discuss lb' | %  "" nwtt li thnj il i delegation of ll W I S A 10 delegation g> On pase '< nol 11 aan not far thr R.vTJ.g.4 the letter of the I they should gfjra '>"v ante of dolm It In the loua run. he l ViDUir of the Writ whose mi.ri -i. it %  all no t ".t to stlrk I a but that | >y 'Pee Id Hie .id 1 THE ADVOCATE payi for NF.WS DIAL 3113 Day or Nifht MIIIMI I.OAI. A-"" 1 THE JAMAICA goslkaapar triad in vain lo stop Bat tacond goal scorsd against bis stgs as it cam* off hl< own fall back Into his nets. The two Jamaicans arc mn trying to correct the error. men wa ChevaHertaCaittda Glnbb Pasha Shai TEL A-VIV. M The Jerusalem I'n-t reporter: I i. GluM Pasha. British Command* ot I Arab Legion had !>* % %  n shot at ar< wounded b> an Aiai. hi tne '< %  The Jerusalem P*i which DOt %  t tl i st .en of King Abdullai.. sworn in as Regent. Emli heu ii>parit to t-1 I oeei from hi father a*hc h^. BMU to Turke\ on a Ihrr* wgafca 1 KeseH "' %  ' U Of last v.e week. —tenter Two Dir lii (,rash Purachiilisls \Ia\ Go To Mlddk E*M HAMPSHIRE, laaj 23 Men of HM IHIh Indi Brigade Group who bled hen das i %  %  %  .,, ma %  SSMU DOStinu %  I w< .1 no oAlnal %  A War Office ipefseanuu %  lorl would be iiniiouruvcd latOI this week —Reulrr %  l afaguard itntish oil %  enntlrnialion of suli TORONTO. May Z %  diet, the Fre %  'ii bar'id "iing the United Stales. %  engagement. "I have no pvUttc*", he told rei ,nii a Fret* I and an ditertainer an %  the United Stales because he hint%  ked Ihr %  i of other pa> %  r.ruter. U.S. Draft NeM Plan IH MKIIAKL FR*. UNITED NATIONS. Mav 23 [tad Slates haa drafte. Ida.! for the creation of .aaw n whli I vouid mi lude atoml i %  iimni Corcea ax! Internal %  acurlta Peren The plan will ba pi l %  t to the twelve Melon Kudy (JI.OIO i'lii, I ail matnoeri & tl i i I plus Canada -Reulrr. ONLY THIRTY-NINK TOKYO. May 23 Wall' %  %  ger fl"w over 2.000 h aj ,^ rente. %  re tl % %  %  • ur rally %  %  %  Kore. He Bevi lg| n kauooi %  %  .buted —Renter —Ka;.r Exchaiige Notes 1/>NIM)N. May 31 I Britain, Ihe Un Plum, have exehangad diplon <( i on the odnUaalon of Tui %  kg) and Ormm lo the AUantH I Met. a Knrf'DM rifliee y|iokesmu.' said here to-da) The matter hnd also been dlseuaaad • a aaaiaallnavtan capital pokaaman did/not ampUf) this. ttlah t'.binet which dh i the guaattan yaaterday. % %  more dUpossd to the two nationthan hitherto, it W understood —Healer Arn'sl Atom K\|M'i 1 BUENOS AIRM May 23 Prasident Paeon orot Kieliter !. be plaeed under arrest, the neu i p-'-pa TrlbMNa Da Imprenaa rely, Rlehter wa who according to h oped undei Argent i IK hod of pro during —Reulrr *M WJu*.',]! -fl iJll I f~'"ilac %  u '•' mi % %  '*'* %  rf-.J.rf*-. .o...-. i.a.'—;^.p.,.4 A*.. '.-. r.il' ". aaNf naaiaf >,.. %  asaVsasas'saw as isaw IN"!/"-* IQVL 1 y YOUNG MANNt QUIN julto Ocinttl lays I hn-vtJMiM-luuYdufi (rrWvvMgVs r%C /rVVMsJ J i lags Dansstt. topI %  ...r, .,1 i Sir. i i %  ihr value nf h^i i....,iv BBasa! lieUlila Of',. %  IIJUIII* ira%-n an i mi HI bam •!* %  mm, || 4 ...I. MMA/I. I...,. T* ,..ri.. il \.i.l a III, HtkNI, -her^ r.. I'I „|ii IM .i.. bertitln -"-* %  • i ,..!.,.. is bast." %  Ualrriahl In Hi \ ass* %  If1.1 V, I.I. rtp ihgtMil MngitwaUysUki n, \ I.I,. gswal ,, .h-IHlU % % %  m oi. ataes EVACUATE BRITONS sSIA I TPItUfl %  A Brtl t> > %  Airways dad hare %  ci! port Abadan to l/mdori with %  Idren —Reutrr. BEAUTY BRUtH Bruihet


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PAOI TWO BARBADOS ADVOC All. TlllRMiW M\Y .'I ll'.l Cahib Calling H I he Govi pen the %  %  10 o'clock 1 are ntncs of %  sjaa. number f %  1 I have also %  t( iilOOti. Civil Engineerinf M H MAURICE *. HOCHEKOhU Mm <>f Mi. rd of Black Rock. iHip.hc %  fend CcologB.B.C. Radio Programme i Phliovophy ami Geolog-a • i ;i."" I'm %  I Mr. Rochrlord h;* lust comJ thiIhml Yenr of thew. i s. in 1'ivilM i h %  li,nkuli Guvern-, ma u> attend ih'• %  .. Ml • %  Pnc.n, Paraa* 7 n i 7 *> a m 0-iwr.il* Sprakim. 7 O a Land arrt Uvaatock. I II > m LM • m m i>.„ rtlrtiai %  46 a "i Rnainawring A W a TII Tha N> f 10 a m Iti %  nnum til li o Down, il IS a i., II r. %  in I.t-M-nrrC'i.,1, || 41 J Sbattal Di-.pal.ll; 11 no n B „, Th N. II I* |i m Maw* A...." ,.. u i-, ., •, hi c ,bn 1.1(1—...% ) %  I" is H R.E.C. Delegates ON H. D. SHIIXINGFOHI). I.t JOSEPH KNIGIIT Old Corrbermerian T Dominica planter and Dominica delegate at the Regional Economic Commitlee meeting, return' to Dominica today by B.C. A11 | %  Mr. Alistjir MacLeod-Smith, Creruda Adviser attendlna the same meeting, leaves to-day for Grenada by B.W.I.A. He is accompanied Dy his wife. Mr. F. 1. Walcott, General Secretary of the Barbados Workers' Union files lo Grenada by the same plane today to Investigate the •rark of the Trades Union In that JOSEPH D KNIGIIT, son Colony He returns to Barbados on of Mrs. Edith Knight of Tuesday. Doru. Z*.yui". Martindales Road and Uie Ml O"* !" '" IMVB Mr. Knight, although not %  Off to Grenada b T < A. Barbadian cam.here a* f wn to ureniu "!£,"' ,. „ youngsle,and l.fl soon „f.,T ..„• R ARNOLD CHATOOR, lo leave tin* last war stirted when he wM 10 JV1 for Canada are Caul, the U.S. :.... %  „ Joseph waa educated at Com( %  omrs Leaves Tomorrow ijermere School and was a memH O LBERT GOMES Trial£ %  f ,m '• I""'"*'"* Sos dlDMer for Labour. Scoulh tro P an,! lnduslr>. is dui t.. n, (>. %  ,.,.,U>, 1942 ijturn to Trinidad tomorrow aftc; JI P ho i n m ,. hJttllestars wnr, crSSX-^J,^T! 1 Eeono, J ,k -i-ring did Cpsnuona Member of Trade Mission jiiShcrc Uvng), C .0. with the First US igp PRir p KFFI Y AW.r' %  .on noli* IOn '" Novc,nber ,9i0 Food, a member of the UK. Trade day In Barbados with Mr and Formerly with the 7744 F.TU in Mission to the W.I.. is due to leave Mrs, Rex StoUniayar who are at Wui/imrg. (Germany) he has 'or < !" ."£;,,X lfl Canada lhl just assumed duties as Adminlsmorning by^T.C A i :md Mrs Stolltrjtive Officer of the same unit otbar and BisHeidelberg. (Germany) Military NewbOld i>, I •**;(• ? Post 4 M p in Variety Ahoj: < 44 p m liflitmartrc Flavor.. 5 OS p m Tamil mil tli* W~k: 1 1(1 p m Kcalll.ii Ma.. 1*: S 43 n m fiii*. aid Druma; a 00 arur s^onnh Orasasstra, *s p H 'X I l^ Inlrf li 'S Th. Nwa; T It p An.lv.1.. lllpm W> S#* Bl P ". G*n*.l|y Sp*Hins; I Radio Noiih'l S 1.1 p in Tl (urei of PC 4>: a l p 1 %  V p m From Ihr riltorl-.-. -Hn'.ial Ill-p4l
  • r> l.ndyard Klplln|: It 46 p n> Britain; II p.m. rinm the Third rragasaaM v.m.e. raot.R4.MMV TIIL'IMOAV. MAY M. IDS 10 OB-IO IS p m —N--. 10 I p in ThiWeek In Canada rain AT M.. -\ I*M 1 l W at i Trinidad solicitor and Mi Deora) Samaroo, Trinidad bu-i* neasman, who have been holidaying 111 Barbados since May nth. leave this morning for Grenada bv B.W.I.A They expect to be back In Trinidad by the end of the month. t JO ..rn TainI Th,. N*.. 1 IO. • m ptrii,ii,r Parade; Preni n.r Edn.ni.)>: t so %  11 (irncrali .1 of Bl '...n. ft V. a m Wlul Are We Uatl t Ot a m The Neva; %  10 • 1 H PI 1*. II IS a m I.itrnera' Chnlre; II a m World Aflalri; II On Ne.; II 10 p tn Nrw. An.. 1 1 pin Clnae Down. i.ta-d.U p M it i Advttcr to the East Afriean High nd li on lnc leave II ba eooUouinc their in Trinidad School In the Deanery Official Representative M R r. A BISHOP, Controller •if SuppUoS, Bias i> Canada if A as an official rcS si nment w nrbados. in co n nec ti on with 'iie t.-.ik* in Canada sbotU Uu* token iinpoi t IIOSSW I^nvlmt by the same nlane IMr W A Morris of Ihe Colonial Office Incidental Intelligence rF your efforts are criticised KiriK> School. v ,,„ m ,, st hnve done ompth|n 11 p m Ja fclu-lc; 4 41 p n. ^porl'" Fetord. iNpm Powwown of the Week, ft SO p in Ll|ht Mmlr; 6 00 pm Mrrrnant Navy Pnxrimmt; S IS p 1.1 Generally Speak ins: 41 p m Pro%  i.mme Parade. T 00 p m The Nev.v J Ift p m New. Analyil*. 7 IS p m We.1 Indian Diary; 1 U p m Think on The.* Thlfta-m a pm Radio New.reel. IIS p „, K-ii'ii Maaatine. H 4.1 p in Inlerhidr Ihe Ed M ., 15 I—1 Ted Heath; 10 0 i Cantcrl>ury, will soon be worth talking nbout—rVeuVorfc wurkiuii in the home of the Red Journal American. Dean, 0i n.-*ii-n a'otnssari The — L.E.S. Rupert and the Ice-flower—34 rni i i in i vi-ii PRIDAY MAY r> ISM lOl-i pi" Newa; 10 I!VIt SB Canadian Chronicle n.:o Mr> -r -1 M f iiuo-i oily iimlri Hid. tejiTirisj him irk part of ihe >>. iclli him 10 So ihe lutlc btftr RO*I >u i>c .. RMW why iht .11.1 n\i to buna n here when my horne't in the other Areaion." he orniuccs the least u. iS| IOW in lire in, iau J( r i *! LI pa|l;ipf> i | t i Fluhi. -iic I folio* IO an [all c mr later, I^I 18 Cb\e | an mi.i.i up wiih. (ftl H -w-y rtn Thiirada* h| it M Utmost, .a. ^ live m l;hout an srtlat. Hi * %  trom IS. Oalf I %  1 lu II Sar — |4| 1, l ill i %  %  JUNIOR COMPETITION The Evening Advocate Invites all children under 12 to send In humorou* essay, story or poem on Ihe aubject of "CLOCKS". The best entry will be published every Monday in The Evening Advo"if. %  %  Ihe winner will receive n prIH t DM value a| I I m aHhal booka or stationery. Entries must reach Tke Children's Editor, The Advocate Co. Ltd. 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    Title: The Barbados advocate
    Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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    Language: English
    Publisher: Advocate Co.
    Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
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    Publication Date: Thursday, May 24, 1951
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    ESTABLISHED 1895
    THIRSDAY. UA-,
    PRICE: nVCCBNTV
    B.W.I.S.A. WILL NOT GO TO LONDON
    Communists On
    The Run Again
    TOKYO. May 23 |
    UNITED NATIONS FORCES on tiie Eastern
    front tonight sealed the gap in their linen
    and disposed of the threatened massive Chinese
    breakthrough into South Korea At the opposite
    end of the 120 mile front, counter attacking South'
    Korean units were reported almost astride the 38th
    parallel At some points their patrols were believed \
    to have crossed into North Korea
    ll\MI ton Adopt Budget
    By One Vote
    PARIS. Mny 23.
    I Fmell National Assembly
    lo-nlfttt adopted by one vote Qie
    r-OW 105! Budget Hill |
    bv Government niter Its original
    version failed by five vote* to
    hi | second renoinu earb-r
    It look nearly three hours (o
    count the vote* which W '
    announced as IB2 for the Bill ami
    IH1 against Popular Republicans,
    Moderate* and Gnu 111st."
    abstained from voting.
    This morning's setback was due
    to the abstention of Socialists
    who objected to the clause giving
    lelliious schools certain tax
    exemption.
    The new version omits tliii Mid
    Is otherwise the same as all Gov-
    ernment Parties have debated and
    voted for during the pant five
    months.
    The Bill was sent in I hurry
    > the Senate ns MOI U
    Assembly vote wag known and thi
    Assembly expecU to be able to
    pass it on a second reading after
    dinner. Rrutrr.
    Police Hold
    Mad Moot
    PARIS. May 23
    Allot a > wwnt lhteua*> tha
    wild regions of the Atlas Moun-
    tains, police to-day arrested Mo-
    hammed Tademclit, the "mad
    Hooff*' who is Alleged to have mur-
    dered eight Europeans during tho
    last two weeks, a French Neva
    Agency message from Rabat laid
    The message said Tadcmaht hao
    made a "complete confession".
    A bloodstained banknote found
    on Sunday on a Moroccan trades-
    man who admitted he had sold
    food to the killer, gave a clue tn
    his whereabouts.
    A l>earded blue-eycM ex-soldier
    the "mad moor" was hunted by
    12.000 police. Moroccan troops and
    Foreign Legioneircs.Renter.
    The threat of a Communist
    :ih had hung over the
    eastern sector for KWll days
    : Tinned formal i"i* < '
    buried themselves against
    he sagging United Nations line in
    the second phase of ihrlr sprint;
    eftauriva
    They drovo a wedge into Alhco
    to a point 16 miles eaat-
    Mitheeat of I but
    Soksori they advanced into the
    if i giant Allied pincer
    i i
    threat vanished U the
    taws of the plnccr began to .-love
    threatening to trap the Cnm
    munlsts well south of their main
    Urn-*.
    WOrn OUt In thru efforts t'.
    penetrate to the south, the
    attackers made hurried prepare
    lions to withdraw.
    But front line re|orts late
    today indicated that thi
    be too late and that many woul<
    be trapped in the ring of Allied
    rtd infantry.
    Withdrawals
    An Eighth Arm> lieaia|liartiri
    tonight there
    were indication*- of a limited
    Chinese withdrawal along DM
    entile Korean front. His stalO-
    regarded as CSUUMU
    for throughout the day AUien
    Canvnanden In all sectors had
    {ported the anctny falling back
    to the north.
    Chines* .iftn wffertng staggi
    Ing losses began their withdraw
    in tno west and centn1. trying to
    poworful Allied counter-
    attacks At the end of the da?
    the withdrawal spread to the cast
    main weight of their on. -,
    Tonight's Eighth Aim^convj
    munlque -aid that Allied troop*
    on the heels of the Communist,
    in the eastern sector were meet
    ing only iu;ht resistance
    In 'heir >.ix-day offensive,
    Communists were estimated to
    suffered well over 60,000
    Reulrr
    THE SCENE as so infantryman daubs* for cover
    are pinned down by enemy small arm- fire "some whsrt in Korea'
    atgres.ion conUmts*.
    of tlie .rd I*
    the battle aga
    Fascinating MACARTHUR'S STRATEGY
    Exhibition" WOULD NOT END WAR
    Says Dugdalv
    Vote g88,000 For
    Workers To U.S.
    . l-llKlrtll
    GEORGETOWN. May ::-t
    1 .. Co mdl Ftnanc
    Committee lo-dny approved a vote
    of SM.tHHi lor the lecruitnuni or
    !i00 workers for U-S.A. farm*.
    The iinal ratification b npeeti I
    when the Council meets on
    rrkunr.
    This action fallowed tlir Vbdl
    of Dr. Claude Denbow. President
    of the B.G. branch of Ihe t oloured
    Peoples League, to the U.S.A. and
    il>: ,<| mii! lorrespondeni v Uv-
    tween U.S. tuthorlUea and the-
    loetl Government, culminating in
    .i conference between the Officer
    administering the Government
    . nd a Committee of (ha i < P
    Vcnduy.
    DYNAMITE STOLEN
    r-om Our 0n Corns-
    ANTIGUA. May 28
    Thii morning ihe Caretaker at
    Fort James discovered that the
    arsenal had been broker i
    : 2 rases of dyn-imile stolen. Thj
    anttai oot -.ruin i
    ,igo and the dynamite was never
    iraced,
    Deputies Met For
    Half Minute
    PARIS. May 23
    Rig Fun i roreujn
    Dcpuiics to-day had a silting
    . .I lull a minutetheir
    .hortest yet. Nobody wanl-M t"
    peak, the weetarn spokesman
    -aid
    Soviet Deputy Andrei Gromyko
    mi n the Chair. He began the
    asking whether
    anybody wanted to sav anything
    hey hnd
    nothing to My Gromyko said he
    ii.mi not cither and adjourned the
    awatlng until to-aaornw

    The prevent deadlock is over
    the Soviet item on the
    North Atlantic Treaty should b>
    included in the rorefgti Minis
    icrs' afenda Western powers
    have mode it clear that they w "
    not include this item In the
    agenda n y form.
    lleuter.
    om Our 0*i Com t ponder I
    LONDON May 2:t
    Mi. John Dugdalc. M<>
    State for Colonial Affair*, today
    attended a private view <,f .,
    notable Exhibition f Traditional
    Aji from the colonial i*hi
    Aown ,.i Mm bmawtal Inasltuh
    as pan of the Festival of Hntain j
    M. Dugdali- said. Tl i .
    exhibition It arOUld
    enable people of this BOH
    said, to learn son.vUung aboul
    the artistic expression of thi
    people in the colonies In ordci
    to popularise art among eataniel
    peoples, the subject should, he
    thought, be includc curricula of colonial school*
    Traditional art In the pslOttlei
    should be tauxht Bad*
    by side with wastern ail A
    k now 1 edge AhjOUt-AjlW jajuJgLAQi
    develop In tight eompartriirlf
    The Kin*; and Queen will vii I
    the r'vhibilion tomorrow; it win
    be opened to the public on M*v
    :hibits include
    ample* of traditional colonial ail
    vomc ncv,M aMfl Dtrore
    England
    They are iepicscrdat lvo ,:
    Weal. Central and East Africa
    the West Indies. Malaya and the
    colonial territories in SouthKBtt
    Asi.
    WASHINGTON M
    Gcnantl Omn Br*tUoy, '' rtt Chieh
    i I Staff luld the Senate Jumt Committee* to-day that the
    , -leral M icAi linn wou
    theKon ai #ai TeatJlytrW at the inquiry into the dtgn
    of MacArthui. Bractlej s.iid "Gonerol MacArthur thinka
    that to do certain additional operations would be decisive
    e do not think they would be dei ii' < By "we" he
    iiui'iit himself and the t'hicfeof Stall
    Gowrnor Sees
    Football 'I'oduv
    W.I. Students
    May Strike
    Hi
    LONDON Ma) i
    Student | )
    don reoidantial aentfe, run b|
    the Until i thisst
    tin* a atay-tn
    Ounctl has an.ii .i
    Ihe centre be vacated -ihieh
    rtnlght In Julj and that
    two-lhirda of the stucli :
    tually make way for
    batch of stutlBiil. aim :
    overseas for ihe academic year
    regent Mudant
    i ';> i oppaee the urrange-
    menls and have not altered Uw i
    ufim v . a,^,_..,., attitude despite the explanation
    William F.O. As,ii?m|lhal 0m; 1>-neM |or .JEESon.
    given g| .i meeting Ihtl BNsah
    between students and British
    Hindi officials.
    Tliirlv We^l !.
    e among tho*.
    f.-> , II
    Keei>er of the Department of the)
    British Museum, who ..
    the arranging of uV exhibition
    ((phoned to me "The
    to thi.
    exhibition needs to appreciate
    if he is not to regard the exhibit
    is mere curtgo li 'hat negn
    Africa and the other tribal area
    representtxl never uno>
    philosophical and lelentlflc revo
    lution whloh has played auch a
    large part In Ihe moulding of
    industrial civilization, and thai
    e of hlatory, the*.' t >lo
    nial eulturcN ilcvelo,ed in dire.
    tions more t-ondunve tn the
    groWtfa of art."
    Liberals Win Seal
    I d.'RNE, May 23
    B. G. Menzlcs. of the Ubcral
    Country Party Coalition Ooven*
    n-.i-tv ha- won an aiiditioun sal
    in the Australian Senate, giving it
    a majority of four.
    Voting for the line-up in ihe
    new Parliament which will ba
    opened on June 12 will ! KOUI I
    of Repre::entatiM
    try Party Qowenunent BBl Labou
    51, non-voting members 2. Sen
    ate: Liberal Country Paitv n
    Labour 28 Reuter.
    Hla Excellency the Governor
    will attend ait first Jamaica-
    Barbados K-mii.;iii Test that takes
    place at K- alternoon
    The Oovernoi will meet the
    iilf^i. roil, DID NOT OBEY
    Jamaica -Cooper. !, Da- ,,AM^S* '
    Costa Bayllss Miller. Parchment. [ A Syrian Mlliury sp<
    McLean. B' ^ Saaso, Mtret Hall.f today accused Israel of failin;
    HorhadoA Cozier, Brl#ji*,Cratf ut fuliv the B
    F. Hutchinson. Cadogan. dltens. I Council Resolution lnatiuctinij
    Lucas. Dr.ivton. Wllkea, ': St, C I her to stop draining Hulej
    Mulch-* .in the Syrian nordci Reuti-r.
    Asked lo-dny what acdOfl tin
    llrillih Council might take at th<
    nt at i rlni ant
    then threat. M.. Hugh I'agct.
    Birectoc i
    i bope that on reOeetion rai-
    *
    leave Hani < reacenl on July i
    a- rto k t'-o
    A minority of the .Indents win
    an i- i> ntattvi if vai loua over-
    :
    British Council's )uH: .<
    treating Ham Crescent as pri-
    marily for newcomers to DDoatry Mr, Panat poteti out
    that Han aW prhnartl)
    a gateway Into ih
    i t-nue where Oelonia
    would nermauj con
    all Page
    Insists thai
    the strongest claim to the superioi
    talion which II a n
    Crescent offei
    almost l.'KMl ne.<
    ..... Pen Auttu*
    i earq Oetoi
    Will Not Break Faith With
    Commonwealth Producers
    'pHE BRITISH WEST INDIES Sugar Produc-
    ers' Association will not ue represented on the
    Bopubl i Owen
    i
    Had iiillurni.
    .Mli'.ne- |p
    in the Korean situation
    1 nlted states hid
    fcog nr sten beonomk sand
    j 1st China bol
    that in
    with these hmiiingt- "
    ti.iitlv .id Wi J i
    I.-,,,, m.,,(* r.|.v i.--- |!ir i*i .
    Now. what crt,
    'Mil on Kngland ami
    France I WDUhl rot venture to
    ay."
    Brewateri
    , tutherto
    iii in resistance to econon a
    '
    paradley: ! would not
    I ppo Uon lo it; we fuel
    had trouble getting Ihi
    along with it." Reaiti.
    TREASURY
    CONSIDER
    $ SCHEME
    For W. Indies
    Frt.in Our Owr Conaepondvia
    LONDON, Ma- I]
    Nt details are yet available
    hare Of the scheme by whjon
    ilrltain may make more ^dollars
    ivallabla fr m her exchange pool
    weal Indie, purchase* from
    Canada The ehewte which it wa*
    rep> iitt.,v\a yeeterd )
    is now under the consideration
    I the Treoaury. i* known to havi-
    he Ulpporl ( tha Colonial Omcc
    *ho have long been aware of the
    Wl Indies' feeling In the matte
    Th<- iinal decision "'II i" with
    the Treasury, but the* will cor-
    ah Ihe Colonial Office and olhn
    Mlnlatrtee concerned lieforr takiint
    it ii beiiev.'d hare that ranri
    dt :,ul^ mav bveonie availabb
    iivn the praeanl BrlUah dalaaa<
    Uon under Mr. fjottomley. Sec-
    retary for Overseas Trade
    returns from trade talk. In
    i Ml.,,. ., lla-, are lue at L-Kldi .
    UanOITOW night Mi
    Bonornhn "-de wen
    aware "' Canada1! i i
    trade wtth tha B W I
    OflUiats lute .oo.ide, l i \'.
    li I ,*.. i itroni i latm (u
    additional BWail tail I uii.hi
    stand the demandr. of oQtM
    colonial U rrltorla ill also la
    ''
    made
    Kiiitlii i i 'In
    i i gpacted i..... laid whei
    the Anglo-Canadian i onUnuIn
    Cofnmlttee meeti In London naa
    month This Couiniittee. meetlni
    twice 'eailv, kce|Mi close waUh
    >o all West Indian Canadian no.
    tiuted Kingdom trade deals
    ll la also anticipated that ..
    htrotig Waal Indian oalegaUoi
    i kvltu earl)
    June, will Ik- COTaWaWM ttefort
    > Iinal decision u raai-in-.
    RED DANGER
    i\ PERSIA
    V. '.SHINfiTON. Ma, U.
    ..i 1.1 the Jon Chiefs
    Staff. General Brudh-N teMifyim
    ore the JotW cwinm
    Beaarte taid rhera is dan-
    gai of Russia'* moving into linr
    i anothm
    Is any
    ',
    ir Indo i other place
    ii to say, Ihi-
    li U i point of dangai
    mold hke to

    further aggraaalon, If H -
    Renter.
    Persia Ready
    To Take Over
    IK1IKHAN. May 21
    Pi i.i n Bdy to take nve
    the An li Iranian oil
    UOni "WlthoUl furlhe
    delay Tho uaually wall w
    nowapi i i k*ijii
    tonight that K....M, II
    1 Minis)
    ii. Mai nalUiatla li
    i.i ......i. ihli latemenl in thesn
    Pi mi. MlnlaUi in M
    o his ss
    an in the Malll i Parllameni
    buildini to
    latlm two da*i !>' .....
    !' Dl Kato.a nrl
    gu where Dr. Moaaeddagh had
    BOan Mine Monday nioiiiinh i
    v>hv he had left hli heavll
    guarded refUga
    i allevad ht
    had p< ii' two nlghU i 11
    Ei h ate i Idani < naai Teheran
    FatunJ ilaai i l.hail h rldieu
    Ukai 'be ii ime MlnU
    , ibOUl 10 ireimi
    Krutrr
    -hull I.I 11
    lion with
    West Indian Goodwill Trade Commission which is
    due to visit the United Kingdom about the middle
    of June on its way to Canada
    The Hon Harold Robinson tabled the follow-
    ing draft statement at yesterday's meeting of tho
    Regional Economic Committee:
    The British West Indie- gagef thi would be willing I
    sldrrrd the maJuHlt drdsion f clajll WflO might,
    the Realonal Kconoml. I'nmmh- the future.
    tee, taken an flat Mai H h.ui.;e tally itealmg wHh
    thr commiiirr\ previous le< urne Ume that
    (IsIdii anil to *end a deleia'lon wealth gountrk
    to i omi.m on the Canadata aRa the matter
    attaa neinrr MMirihic t i aauda. The II W I s \
    4s the IWU A iniunn-ii cooperation md help ..
    Ihe Kumnal Kroilumlc I amu.C ,,,,,,, n| ,. ,, .,
    trr .11 I "mmoi.^UIi Mm i
    Producers jre ssreed llul Ihrr,
    te nrsolla- j CVei when- ., trade dji
    going i

    unco between imaawti
    ports ami another,
    it musi eon
    cussing malteis' that the
    H.WJJ \ haul

    vince iilh.
    Illl IT-i
    that the] found ti .

    :
    Committee
    enajulred
    hethei tn. \\ I'om-
    l v
    latlon,
    Itnelaange of Qpiolag

    sea i
    'Haali tho
    W. I Indi I :na> bad
    ii:iii-rt I.*, earne to
    thai Cotifi
    be ('.mm
    ho> ino-i givi
    n, t ottb "I II dI hearl oul
    thai the-.
    - Pi*, honou n

    re wool!
    i
    u aepa
    thr t'.K
    Viv ilium is .
    Irrmrl> 4pprelirudvi- that Well
    thr Association lo appoint j
    if|.i i -."i .d\ | Ihr above rirlr-
    gSllon It Should he ml..|ir.l il
    h the other t ommoiiwrtl h
    I'rodiiirro' AsMieiallon- H aOf -
    luliiii behind their ba.h I .
    '.- ." i ii..... (us therefore drehf-
    rd thai II would lie iiiom unwi r
    for them at this state to appal it
    surh a representative for dl
    i "-l.il" 111 I nub.li III 111) .
    connected with -mat
    Mr Re.......

    was to send a delegation to I
    ad.....i a pure!)
    t waa not to aotei inn am bag'
    ttaUon bui mi ri i to
    gdwiil mlatkm, This now bail
    ,,,'en rhangi
    Nol only would thi- Mb-..... In '
    ajo to England and bo 1

    neratt] mehc ti
    nations and trade talks with thi
    Hi ni.sb Qovanunenl while ihere,
    "When you ate makir
    U-ade lalka and gelling auo al Ihi
    kel......i mattei n
    latlog to lugaj in Canada, 11 would
    i.mctdt to con* loee oul
    uda peopla ai d In fact li
    mi. Haw ,,ii i,. ...
    DImiissmhis Link
    ii. ild thai the B
    i
    to the conclualon in thai parth
    must i"' linked wlU
    i. tn
    t..i and ! read it ll
    >lom-
    .
    id not know TN i

    pn ihe poattioi 11 tha Wi
    n glloa an> i
    henslon m a i <

    .....'' '
    kralla and oU>

    thai tin-'.
    infern i
    then would ba maatinj btri
    hi. did oot kii.'.i
    nol know vhethei ihi ould b*
    .
    i
    gld baton I '
    discuss lb' | "" nwtt
    li
    thnj il.....i
    delegation
    of ll W I S A 10
    delegation
    g> On pase '<
    nol
    11 aan not
    far thr R.vTJ.g.4
    the letter of the I
    they should gfjra '>"v
    ante of dolm It
    In the loua run. he l
    ViDUir of the Writ
    whose mi.ri -i. it all
    no t ".t
    to stlrk I
    a but that |
    >y 'Pee -
    Id
    Hie .id
    1 THE ADVOCATE
    payi for NF.WS
    DIAL 3113
    Day or Nifht
    MIIIMI I.OAI.
    ---------- A-""1.'------
    THE JAMAICA goslkaapar triad in vain lo stop Bat tacond goal scorsd against bis stgs as it cam*
    off hl< own fall back Into his nets. The two Jamaicans arc mn trying to correct the error.
    men wa
    ChevaHertaCaittda
    Glnbb Pasha Shai
    TEL A-VIV. M
    The Jerusalem I'n-t reporter:
    I i. GluM
    Pasha. British Command* ot I
    Arab Legion had !>* n shot at ar<
    wounded b> an Aiai. hi tne '<
    The Jerusalem P*i -
    which
    DOt

    t tl i st .en of King Abdullai..
    sworn in as Regent.
    Emli heu ii>parit to t-1
    I oeei from hi
    father a*hc h^. BMU to Turke\
    on a Ihrr* wgafca1
    KeseH "' '
    U Of last v. dilsd that <..
    house for U>e
    week.
    tenter
    Two Dir lii (,rash
    Purachiilisls \Ia\
    Go To Mlddk E*M
    HAMPSHIRE, laaj 23
    Men of HM IHIh Indi
    , Brigade Group who
    bled hen
    das i
    .,, ma
    SSMU DOStinu

    I
    w< .1
    no oAlnal

    A War Office ipefseanuu
    lorl would
    be iiniiouruvcd latOI this week
    Reulrr
    l
    afaguard itntish oil

    enntlrnialion of su- li
    TORONTO. May Z
    diet, the Fre
    'ii bar'id
    "iing the United Stales.

    engagement.
    "I have no pvUttc*", he told re-
    i ,nii a Fret* I
    and an ditertainer an

    the United Stales because he hint-
    ked Ihr

    i of other pa>

    r.ruter.
    U.S. Draft NeM Plan
    IH MKIIAKL FR*.
    UNITED NATIONS. Mav 23
    [tad Slates haa drafte.
    Ida.! for the creation of .- aaw
    . n whli I
    vouid mi lude atoml i
    iimni Corcea
    ax! Internal acurlta Peren
    The plan will ba pi l
    t to the twelve Melon
    Kudy (Ji.oio i'lii,
    I ail matnoeri & tl
    i i I plus Canada
    -Reulrr.
    ONLY THIRTY-NINK
    TOKYO. May 23
    Wall'

    ger fl"w over 2.000 h aj ,^ rente.
    re tl ur rally


    Kore. He Bevi lg| n kauooi

    .buted
    Renter Ka;.r
    Exchaiige Notes
    1/>NIM)N. May 31 I
    Britain, Ihe Un
    Plum, have exehangad diplon <-(
    i on the odnUaalon of Tui
    kg) and Ormm lo the AUantH
    I Met. a Knrf'DM rifliee y|iokesmu.'
    said here to-da)
    The matter hnd also been dls-
    euaaad a aaaiaallnavtan capital
    pokaaman did/not ampUf)
    this.
    ttlah t'.binet which dh
    i the guaattan yaaterday. *
    more dUpossd to the two nation-
    than hitherto, it W understood
    Healer
    Arn'sl Atom K\|M'i 1
    BUENOS AIRM May 23
    Prasident Paeon orot
    Kieliter !.
    be plaeed under arrest, the neu i
    p-'-pa TrlbMNa Da Imprenaa re-
    ly, Rlehter wa
    who according to h -
    oped undei Argent i ik
    hod of pro
    during
    Reulrr
    *M WJu*.',]! -fl iJll I f~'"ilac '' u '' mi '*'* '
    rf-.J.rf*-. .o...-. i.a.';- ^.p.,.4 A*.. '.-. r.il' ".
    aaNf naaiaf >,.. asaVsasas'saw as isaw In"!/"-*
    IQVL1 y YOUNG MANNt QUIN julto Ocinttl lays I
    hn-vtJMiM-luuY- dufi (rrWvvMgVs
    r%C /rVVMsJ J "
    i lags Dansstt. top-
    I ...r, .,1 i
    Sir. i i - ihr value nf h^i
    i....,iv BBasa! lie- Ulila Of',.
    iIjuiiI* ira%-n an
    i mi hi bam !* mm,
    || 4 ...I. mmA/i. i...,.
    T* ,..ri.. il \.i.l a III, HtkNI, -her^ r.. ,
    i'i |iiIM.i.. bertitln
    -"-* "--------- i ,..!.,.. ..... is bast."
    .
    Ualrriahl In Hi
    \

    ass*
    If1.1 V, I.I.
    rtp ihgtMil
    MngitwaUysUki
    n, \ i.i,. gswal
    ,, .h-IHlU
    m oi. ataes
    EVACUATE BRITONS
    sSIA I TPItUfl
    A Brtl t> > Airways
    dad hare

    ci! port Abadan to l/mdori with
    Idren Reutrr.
    BEAUTY BRUtH
    Bruihet

    PAOI TWO
    BARBADOS ADVOC All.
    TlllRMiW m\y .'I ll'.l
    Cahib Calling
    HI he Gov-
    i pen the

    10 o'clock
    1
    are ntncs of sjaa. number f

    1 I
    have also

    . t( iilOOti.
    Civil Engineerinf
    MH MAURICE *. HOCHE-
    KOhU Mm <>f Mi.
    rd of Black Rock.
    i- Hip.hc
    fend Ccolog-
    B.B.C. Radio
    Programme
    i Phliovophy ami Geolog-a
    i ;i."" I'm
    I
    Mr. Rochrlord h;* lust comJ
    thi- Ihml Yenr of thew.
    i s. in 1'ivilM
    i
    h
    li,nkuli Guvern-, ,
    ma u> attend ih<- Unta
    Leaving Today
    M|88 ISABEL LEX AC AN.

    library on (he first floor of the
    I of their
    i nins.
    This means do inconvtiueru'e to
    nr his wife. They have
    nol uwd this library since before
    the war The schoolboys will use
    ,. side intranet
    The 77-year-old Dta.i should Iv
    MMd lo children around the house
    Since he married .l:;u. In 1838 his
    iwrne him two
    dauihtrrs. now aged 10 and seven
    They at lend Ihc loc.il elementary
    aw
    JO a m ftporu Diarj. * a ir
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    N'' *>'.. Ml Pnc.n,
    Paraa* 7 n i
    7 *> a m 0-iwr.il* Sprakim. 7 O a
    Land arrt Uvaatock. I II > m LM
    ' m m i>. rtlrtiai
    46 a "i Rnainawring a
    W a tii Tha N> f 10 a m Iti
    nnum til li o
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    R.E.C. Delegates
    ON H. D. SHIIXINGFOHI).
    I.t JOSEPH KNIGIIT
    Old Corrbermerian
    T
    Dominica planter and Dom-
    inica delegate at the Regional
    Economic Commitlee meeting, re-
    turn' to Dominica today by B.C.
    A11 |
    Mr. Alistjir MacLeod-Smith,
    Creruda Adviser attendlna the
    same meeting, leaves to-day for
    Grenada by B.W.I.A. He is accom-
    panied Dy his wife.
    Mr. F. 1. Walcott, General
    Secretary of the Barbados Work-
    ers' Union files lo Grenada by the
    same plane today to Investigate the
    rark of the Trades Union In that
    JOSEPH D KNIGIIT, son Colony He returns to Barbados on
    of Mrs. Edith Knight of Tuesday.
    Doru. Z*.yui". Martindales Road and Uie Ml
    O"* '" Imvb Mr. Knight, although not Off to Grenada
    b T < a. Barbadian cam.- here a* f wn to ureniu
    "!,"' ,. youngsle,- and l.fl soon f.,T .. R ARNOLD CHATOOR,
    lo leave tin* last war stirted when he wM 10 JV1
    for Canada are Caul, the U.S.
    . :....
    Joseph waa educated at Com-
    (omrs Leaves Tomorrow ijermere School and was a mem-
    HO LBERT GOMES Trial- * "f ,m" ' I""'"*'"* Sos
    dlDMer for Labour. Scoulh' troP
    an,! lnduslr>. is dui t.. n, (>.,.,.,U>, 1942
    ijturn to Trinidad tomorrow aftc; jip hoin, m,. hJttllestars wnr,
    crSSX-^J,^T!1 Eeono,J,k' -i-ring did Cpsnuona Member of Trade Mission
    jiiShcrc Uvng),C.0. with the First US igp PRir p KFFI Y AW.r'
    .on noli- *IOn '" Novc,nber ,9i0 Food, a member of the UK. Trade
    day In Barbados with Mr and Formerly with the 7744 F.TU in Mission to the W.I.. is due to leave
    Mrs, Rex StoUniayar who are at Wui/imrg. (Germany) he has 'or < .";,,Xlfl Canada lhl*
    just assumed duties as Adminls- morning by^T.C A
    i :md Mrs Stoll- trjtive Officer of the same unit
    otbar and Bis- Heidelberg. (Germany) Military
    NewbOld i>, I **;( ? Post
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    liflitmartrc Flavor.. 5 OS p m Tamil mil
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    rragasaaM
    v.m.e. raot.R4.MMV
    TIIL'IMOAV. MAY M. IDS
    10 OB-IO IS p m N--. 10 I
    p in Thi- Week In Canada
    rain at m.. -\
    i*m 1
    l W at
    i Trinidad solicitor and Mi
    Deora) Samaroo, Trinidad bu-i*
    neasman, who have been holiday-
    ing 111 Barbados since May nth.
    leave this morning for Grenada bv
    B.W.I.A They expect to be back
    In Trinidad by the end of the
    month.
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    Ne.; II 10 p tn Nrw. An..1 1
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    i.ta-d.U pM it i
    Advttcr to the East Afriean High
    nd li on lnc leave
    II ba eooUouinc their
    in Trinidad
    School In the Deanery
    Official Representative
    MR r. A BISHOP, Controller
    if SuppUoS, Bias i> Canada
    if A as an official rc-
    Ssi nment w
    nrbados. in connection with 'iie
    t.-.ik* in Canada sbotU Uu* token
    iinpoi t -
    IIOSSW.....
    I^nvlmt by the same nlane I-
    Mr W A Morris of Ihe Colonial
    Office
    Incidental Intelligence
    rF your efforts are criticised -
    KiriK> School. v,, m,,st hnve done ompth|n
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    Canadian Chronicle
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    Send this ronpon with your story.
    Baby's Lift1 Saved
    By Hiccups Machine
    By CHAPMAN rf-Mii i.
    THE lives of 25 babies, who
    could not start breathing when
    they were born, have been saved
    by an iiujenlous machine devel-
    oped by two l/'iidon scientists.
    One of the babies was thought
    to be dead. But after 45 minutes'
    treatment with the machine he
    beu.m to breathe normally.
    The ni.iehlnc work, t- |ttini
    electric shocks to the nerves and
    causing hiccups.
    A silver disc U placed on the
    baby's neck. Shocks ted Into this
    disc stimulate the phrenic nerve,
    which makes the floor of the
    chest jerk up and down.
    Dr K W. Cross and Mr P. W
    Roberts, of St. Mary's Hospit il.
    W. developed the machine, whim
    is described in ihe British Medical
    Journal UBS.
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    mi RSDAV, MAY U l1
    BARBADOS \H\ui Ail
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    Britain Musi
    Free Colonies
    OTTAWA v
    Informed source* said on Tues-
    day Canadu sufjceMed thai Urit-
    e irn more
    . ; irvra i-iem from
    Ihe Iom. commit-
    ment.*, and allowed them to sell
    more goods to Canadian buyers.
    The sufjOTtlon was made as
    trade officials from both coun-
    tries completed the second day of
    their discussion* In the fifth ses-
    sion of the Canada-Unit* .1 Kmt-
    doni conference continuing under
    their Trade Committee.
    I .inking arlttiaai are ex-
    ploring the nmns by vfh
    iieiuii-ii the two muntriet could
    be increased, thus providing
    Britain with m
    which to buy Canadian goods.
    Dollars earned by Brttaii
    ics are transferred '> the com-
    uiiirc pool which is con-
    trnllfd i'y Britain. Ihi
    oAdab pointed out.
    Informants gaJd
    like to buy copra to mato
    oil from Australia and the Fiji
    Islands, and peanut* or ground-
    nuts from Nigeria. These are two

    Canadian Imp
    S13.0O0.OOO last rear, Barred from
    Commonwealth sources, lied up
    in a Ion. I 1 l'a supply
    Ida ventured into
    the higher priced nor-<
    wealth rig about
    ss.ooo.ooo wortl)
    iBd about
    18.000,000 worth of pear
    the Ifnttod St;*''
    other non-Commonwealih TOM
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    24th to 30th.
    A Week of Entertainment to Please.
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    W\ I MUM MillMl 41 114 paa.
    wy -Ml KDAY Ifilh. 34. 4.43 A S.lll p m
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    THE con* acrosN th River Thime* of thi
    Shot Tower, toe Festival Skylon, with tl'i
    Sonta Bank FestiTsJ of Britain Exhibition, Allowing th*
    Ron-en or ParlUmcnt and Big Ben behind.
    s
    I'orliifM- Hunting
    Still Going On
    MONTEVIDEO. May 23.
    Digging fa i
    m ;i i c.nelery here
    Ihjfe third dnv to-daj with
    the Church reported to be taking
    unusual interest in the outcome.
    Th.' lortuno, aid to be worth
    S2.ooo.oou in gold and Ivwott. was
    ira ago on
    the edge or the | I
    in whsefa rwnatai Artigas and
    other t'niCUoyan heroe* are
    nti'tnbcd.
    tfctj to ;| <5 year old
    Italian woman, Claudia Magftl-
    iatti, they war* hidden there by
    her mandfjUui Carlo >
    Rlshf'p of Sablna who was given
    OgrcUnal's bat by '*<>,> **>
    Twelfth but resigned it In Novem-
    ber 1838 and came to Uruguay,
    i to unconfirmed reporta
    if the fortune is found the Church
    aim it for the V
    Reutrr.
    SHIP ABANDONED
    THANR-JORDANIA. May 23.
    The 7.240-ton Greek
    N'irulami Grorilo* on fire in the
    hM been abandoned by
    nor crow, Lloyds reported In
    London to-day, The crew of 35
    were picked up by United State-,
    tanker Monteheo Hills according
    io Llovd* report from Port
    Rruler.
    Rainfall Distribution
    Uneven In April
    THE AVERAGE local rainfall 'or the Island (Of tin
    month of April was well above the awrara. This diati ibu-
    tion was very uneven; certain m i ivy (alls
    on the 1st.. 2nd. and 21st., with frcqtirm light
    between these dates, while others received littU or no rain
    during the first half of the month; well distribuUd ri
    on the 20th. and 27th.
    According to rainfall returni rOrO tatOB, nn received from *.'. Stations typical no infected holes reported.
    .if the various rainfall ealegorles The Cotton Clow season and
    of the Island, the average total Oki.i ( -' S. m P. :-!;. \m
    rainfall for the month was 6.53 posted up throughout the Island.
    inche The averag- total fall as well as at the vartu
    for April. 1930. was 1.17 inches; Station* during the* m. m
    the average total (or April for reaping of the cotton crop rM
    the past 100 years was 2.28 in. : I and fields wart
    The highest total fall for April, cleared In accordance with the
    1951. at any of these rtOttona provisions f the Cotton Diseases
    m inches, recorded at i Prevention Act [rapectton of
    station in the parish of K> theae fields conh-
    Thonias and the lowest was 3.66 The -ear, >, fa wild i "
    inches measured at a station in was continued.
    the parish of St. Lucy. Owners and occupiers i>f land
    Sunr Cane who * desirous of j
    ha.votmg of the old cane cotton In July, 19.11. are asked
    Th.
    crop was continued during th
    month,' '' I remained
    high, and Juice quant]
    satisfactorily. According to re-
    turns received froni the various
    factories in the Island, the grop
    is now estimated at the equl'
    lent uf 179,000 tons of suga
    make an early nppliratln
    enpplv of seed.
    I'* .. -.mi AKrieultnre
    Cultivators, wherever possible,
    took Ibe advantage of the exeel-
    whieh pre-
    valled during the month to baton
    of food crops. M>

    ,>. and *uch imps as
    Harbour Log
    In Carlisle Bay
    M V t*der(teld. **> M.n"'- llrnilrlla.
    Srh UarhM Brii* Wolfe Sh. Cyril E
    nuth. Beh. I ' * DO'-
    i,o Vii Philip II Dandion, 8eh.
    I^rislphs. M V Blu Star. M V Can.
    . ach Kvi1-. Sch Lucllk
    ^milh. Sdl
    ARRIVA1S
    Muifr rnlvtpriie S. C3 Ww IMH,
    Cap! Dixim, from St Luna
    rltiMr W I. Funirla. 38 loe* nrl.
    Ci>t Jo*eph. Irom DofnUiira.
    iiirAsti ar*
    Sctaion" uaatkUM n M ton* wt.
    BrlUli Guiana.
    SdMMrwr Frsrcn W Smith. T4 ton*
    for fletnh Guiana
    M V T O Batlar. IIS Ma
    Mitchell, lor St Lima
    vh.nrr rs*torn El. loi" not. cpi.
    Joseph, (or Grcnadi
    The young cane crop made good plant:
    growth during the month, and
    vrrv green and vigorous in ap- ""lativi
    pearance. In torn. ,- l"" d garden v.
    . of potnsh to the ratooni P'"111" B iu.wevo;.
    has lcen stilted owing lo difficulty in getting In-
    bour to reap their emies, were h>-
    , fO?0 Cr"P* hind hand In preparing lhe,r land
    Several fields of iweet pota- for lhl. pl(m,(ni[ or f(Xxl crops,
    toes were harvested during the Towards me end of ,hl
    month, and the market supply of lBr_e tomMtoes were In exci
    ground provisions in general was hUp|1|V ,ina prices had dropped
    satisfactory- Market garden crops rrotn 36 ^n,, lo 2o cents per
    such a- loraatossj, cabbages ^^^ vam.. and .w,yi
    French beans, etc were In lair rnntlmied t<. he easily available.
    supply. s,|lf|ir ,.,.
    totlun peasants oMtinut to renptl
    In accordance with s..-i i. ,,. ,..,,,. t;..
    (1) of the Mosaic Disease (Erad- nrosresfc ol the crop has h**n
    ication) Act. 1943-22. 34 retur-
    sow tcsn HSU
    H.O\G STREETS
    hampered to some extent by the
    riiiiis, but
    labour The young ptl
    ratoon cans are ittaltl
    ,.: onwtn were
    Beon VMutehouse of Chapman Mv g nMMe
    Lane, St Wchael, tra. lined 30/- duiL ,c nionth
    lo be [Mini in one monUi or one
    month'* imprisonment by a City V .
    Police Magistrate foi lelling iced Vkldi generaUj i i beet
    nsh in the streets. ; -'-"tory. Umg before the end
    The offence was lommitteil >" "' April when the gTOWtng seit-
    Aprll 24 Inspector Cumberbatcti son ended, a large number ot col-
    loid the Court that Whitehouse ton cultivators li^d baton
    mod n several osoaslong i" ol all ; md pi -
    about selling iced Bah, pare their land for I' or! crops.
    Tree Crop*
    Coconuts and b
    good supplj in the Bridgetown
    market, other crops rvaltaotc do-
    ing the month inelucied pawpaws
    and limes. it I
    a 111 ioen apt i
    market In 1 irgB qua- Pt
    and mane
    .....
    Pesls and l>i r im-
    The main pests reported at-
    tacking peasants' crop m
    rhe cabbage whtts
    scale insect.-:. 1
    cultural Instructors rontinui t^
    advocate suitable methi- I
    trol. One disease which is becom-
    ing srtojtspread in Ms hat
    black rot in cabbage (..-
    the crop are becoming alive to the
    importance ol pmctismg pioper
    crop rotation as a means of check-
    praod of this nfction.
    Peaaaud Uytatncfc
    i honor, tnelodtnsj
    'ops, was easily avail-
    abl througliuut the month Somo
    tvee .'oniplalned of
    dUHeult) In otslsfintog balanced
    nnimnl leed and oats.
    iMrnsion Work
    The Pea* :. i rural in-
    structors visited GM peasant hold-
    ings and LI school garden:. In
    uteen mang>i
    growini? on peasant plot
    lopworked with scions of <-
    desirable varieties, molnlv the
    .liil"
    Crop Husbandry
    'lhe reaping of canes a' Mag-
    i!ts \< .s enmpletad during the
    month. At all other station- reap-
    ing of this crop Is proceed
    bfactorily. Muriate of potash has
    been applied to nil the young plant
    canes and is being applied to the
    tatoons as fast .
    back in foui Sta-
    tions under IndskktloQ < SBpUj
    iioh nt Miiphatf uf ammonia nan
    H\\ i-n A ..< U
    catch-cropping progian
    Ji :us,t|( ii r i .
    pa} luidends in the way of good
    returns from an sorb crop ol
    rahhage grown under Irrigation.
    Animal Husbandry
    There WOTO l-'i:
    '' lh< B '.....I fna snd ol April.
    These comprised stud animals,
    Mitlle. gojts. sheep, pigs and
    1'ive hundretl and twenty-
    aren gallons of milk were pro-
    d l young pig sold for
    breeding.
    Stud '-rvlces paid for at the
    Station* w,-re ;IR follows: bulls
    129. bucks SB. ram* 36 and boars
    83, making a total of 306 for th"
    month
    unc bnaht, cuicii^
    I ,tcd Ri.i *i*n h*i
    ilir "
    in a hi* d
    tMPpil> a< ^h^ -kipred along
    But j bis; ha J wolf *a Red Rkting llooil
    nd 'Jn 10 tdc KMidnKHl-o's cmiasr
    When RcJ RulinB II.hkI trffod, hc
    i h.i ,ind crajd. "Ahj' No*
    V,a.tV ensd Hrtl Riding Hood. Ai
    hc: puitcd ttut .. dlUi ol Ktj| PudJint
    from her haskci lhe *.iiriilve-l n "i
    muth. hf fora.i Red RiJm< Hood and
    rushed out to hu* more Royal Pudding?
    So ca*f lo maketo economical -Ami
    o nuiriiioui Tet >oor l.inul> k|
    Ro>al Pudding lodjv

    Jane Powell- Ricardo Montalban
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    IT was a day of mourning yesterday: of
    mourning for newly won West Indian
    limn
    The British West Indies' Suar Associa-
    tion annoumvd their intention of with-
    drawing from the delegation to London
    The position was fully explained by the
    Chairman, Mr. Robinson
    A political delegation was going to the
    United Kingdom to have trade talks with
    the United Kingdom. Sugar would have
    to be discussed. It was impossible for the
    British West Indjan Sugar Association to
    go back on its word to other Common-
    wealth producers.
    West Indian Governments, said Mr.
    Gomes on Monday, were 100''; behind the
    British West Indies* Sugar Association.
    There was no wedge in West Indian unity.
    Today there is not only a wedge in West
    Indian unity. There is a wedge in Com-
    monwealth unity.
    The delegation to Canada would not have
    discussed sugar contracts with Canada.
    How could it since the West Indies, in the
    words of Sir George Seel, do not exist in-
    ternationally. They could only have
    listened to Canadian views on general
    Canada-West Indies trade. They would
    hnve visited Canada while trade liberaliza-
    tion talks were going on and would have
    rend in the Canadian Press, the points of
    view of Canadians with regard to Canada-
    \\\ ,t Indies trade. Since Canada buys so
    much West Indian sugar, there could be no
    possible excuse for other Commonwealth
    countries objecting to the presence of West
    Indians in Canada, especially as it is well
    known that Canada buys West Indian
    sugar through the United Kingdom and
    does not negotiate direct with the West
    Indies
    But the visit of a high-level political
    delegation to the United Kingdom is in
    quite a different category. The West Indies
    are in a position to negotiate direct with
    the United Kingdom, since the United
    Kingdom controls the West Indies and is
    responsible for them.
    It is quite possible that, should the Brit-
    ish West Indian Sugar Association accom-
    pany the high-level political delegation to
    Ixmdon that the rest of the Commonwealth
    sugar producers (of whom Australia is only-
    one) should be suspicious of West Indian
    intentions with regard to sugar allocations
    in the United Kingdom market.
    Just as Mr. Adams regrettably expressed
    the opinion that Australia's actions in their
    last dealings with the United Kingdom
    were not based on West Indian interests,
    so the rest of the Commonwealth politi-
    cians might take this unfortunate view as
    a line for them to follow during the com-
    ing London-West Indies trade talks. But
    as Mr. Robinson consistently explained
    the West Indies would benefit from the
    support of the Commonwealth politicians
    no less than from the Commonwealth sugar
    producers. And if seems poor tribute to
    the integrity of the United Kingdom to
    suggest that in its position as trustee for
    the dependent West Indian territories, she
    would permit Commonwealth politicians to
    browbeat the United Kingdom to concede
    benefits to them at the expense of the West
    Indies.
    Mr. Robinson has taken his stand on
    Commonwealth unity. The West Indian
    Governments have said in the words of its
    spokesman that they are 100'. behind the
    British West Indies' Sugar Association. Mr.
    Robinson has pleaded for the integrity of
    the West Indian word: has pleaded for
    Commonwealth unity What else could be
    haw done?
    If the West Indies are going to be sus-
    picious of the motives of other Common-
    wealth countries, and if their politicians
    are going to be suspicious of an organisa-
    tion which has done so much to promote
    the interests of the West Indies the greater
    cause of Commonwealth unity is at stake.
    There must be an end to suspicion and dis-
    trust. If the West Indian politicians feel
    that they are reflecting West Indian
    desire* in going to the United Kingdom at
    this time there can be no opposition to their
    going; although the wisdom of their de-
    cision can be challenged.
    But it is illogical to state that the Chair-
    man of the British West Indian Sugar
    Association is indispensable to a Trade
    Mission to London and at the same meet-
    ing to suggest the existence of ulterior
    tttfM in the natural desires of that
    Association to learn as much as possible
    bovl the Canadian attitude to trade with
    the West Indies.
    The cause of West Indian unity has not
    I rail served by the politicians.
    < in in inn ;s
    LE
    LONDON
    hill took a chant"
    luite recently of expl..
    mow \hr- Conservative Party's
    view of the bis event* in Ihe
    world. China, the Korean war
    Statas. he uaed the debate on
    Chin* to pur
    of what we truly *oon be calling
    UM nrw British Government.
    a i' dun mil..
    old .standard of wit and rttffilns
    and vitality. At ;ti. ba probably
    has to reach aome sort of compro*
    e with the vigorous 18-hou.
    he uaed to pr utise during tho
    war. It i> often Mid that oratory
    i* out of place in the House o>'
    Commons. That i* more than
    true It la an understatement.
    Speaking In the Houn
    moru IS really a branch in the art
    ItM fault
    is to over--
    til nourish. Churchill has none of
    the flourishes though his phrases
    are full of life, lull of original
    He began by statins that in
    November 1049 he was in favour
    of the recognition of Communist
    China, "provided that it was do
    facto and not de Jure." He made
    plummy, pompous sound of the
    'wo Latin legal phrases Serious
    it was, but he managed to poke a
    little fun at the pedanta: "or aa
    It would probably be called among
    the old school tie brigade of Hat
    party opposite -di yun". That
    raised a little laugh. And then
    Churchill added the real theme.
    Of the- whole speech that m tu
    .'How. He approved of recogni-
    l:< brought about- as a Joint policy
    'Hited States and the
    Dj minions."
    Why Not China
    We recognised the Soviet Union.
    ; id Communist Poland, so why
    rot recognise China. "One has
    to lecognisv and deal with .ill
    sorts of things In this world as
    they come along." This was said
    in the youngest possible, school-
    boy ish. cheekiest manner so
    disarming, it also gained a laugh
    as it was obviauaty a reference to
    '.he arrival of Ihe Socialist Gov-
    ernment in 1045.
    On that basis he condemned the
    crursc of British policy in the Par
    East. Of the Pekin Government
    he said, "They did not even re-
    cognise US." And the .United
    Stales were much offended. The
    substance of the whole speech was
    that Britain could not afford tq
    offenu the United Stales. 'After
    .11, the United States arc doing
    nineteen-twentieths of the work,
    rind suffering losses of 90 and 80
    to one comiwred to us." This is
    a very unpopular line of talk
    with Ihe Uibour l*ft. And thsit
    wax what II ru pnaajlt to be. As
    Churchill lid waving his hand
    casually towards the wild men
    who sat as far away from **r.
    Attlee as powible, "that is where
    the weather comes from.' What
    he was trying to do was to stimu-
    late some of the Left Wing critics
    of the United Slates Into Inter-
    ruptions, li must be said he only
    half succeeded. They know they
    can really interrupt him without
    a crushing retort. Hut Winston
    Churchill was obviously enjoying
    himself, as well as outlining a
    M'rious policy. His advice to the
    government was "so to act as to
    prove beyond all doubt or quest^ni
    that we are good and fntluul
    comrades of the AlMTsCall
    (iciiioiT.ii y and will stand with
    ilicni. whatever may happen as
    brothers In arms."
    At The Knd
    But that was at the end of the
    pecch. Before that he had
    defying him for it. "we ..unto*,
    managed to -say, without anyone
    atch and listen to them the
    Labour dissidents below the gang-
    without deriving the im-
    pression that their sympathies
    By DAVID TEMPU ROBERTS
    :i the whole, more w:ih Red
    China than With tl .
    i Churchill did
    not. Of COUIM, deny that the
    Labour Government itself assent-
    ed to the branding of Red China
    as the ag- .*sor. What he wag
    doing was drawing a thin Nd bsM
    en! and
    what once before he called "the
    Silverman.
    lulius Silverman. Tom Uriiwnt.
    oad others. On the great prob-
    lems, Winston Churchill does not
    ihanuc big ., jm< He still thinks
    ihat American ascendency in ihe
    ..tonuc bomb is the only MteracM
    10 the adv,iiKe <.f the Hed Army
    across Europe. We .ire getting
    stronger, he argued, but that does
    not mean we are getting safer.
    "It is only when we are strong
    enough that safety Is achieved;
    and nV period of the. most acute
    danger might well arrive )usl be-
    fore we are strong enough '. This
    is a complicated idea and a
    very Important one. Winston
    Churchill put it to Ihe House of
    Commons in just that nai B* .
    explanatory simplicity that
    gained him such fame during the
    war whether he spoke to
    Parliament or to a radio audience.
    He paused to underline It.
    Not Quiet
    He doea not keep still when he
    is speaking. At the despatch box.
    he is tlr.st on one foot, then on Ihe
    other. His hands moved with
    explanatory, not rhetorical ges-
    tures. But the real vitality is in
    his face. Few men of his age can
    call on such a variety uf expres-
    sions; usually, age sets a slates-
    a certain mould noble.
    it may be. haughty sometimes, in-
    different, often. Winston Churchill
    can change his age at will: and he
    can taunt in one instant, and
    -am in the next, and play a
    verbal prank the minute after. So
    there was a dead pause while he
    underlined this great danger wo
    might face before we are strong
    enough. "I hope that may bo
    pondered upon because it Is a very
    potent and relevant fact,"
    Few actors could read those
    uords to make them sound better
    than a politician's plntltude.
    Danger
    But Churchill managed it, and
    Ihen his voice rose to a real em-
    phasis: "Our great danger now is
    in pursuing a policy of girding the
    United States and giving them
    the impression that they are left
    .to do all the work, while we pull
    at their coat tails and read them
    moral lessons in statecraft about
    the love we all ought to have for
    China." "Girding" is just a
    Chunhlllian wordit Is the sort
    of word that carries its meaning
    in Its sound and can make a
    speech Just by itself. Are we gird-
    ing at the United States? Winston
    Churchill then bowed to the
    House of Commons metaphori-
    cally and apologised for taking so
    much of its time on great matters
    when of course M.P.'s wanted to
    discuss how many tons of rubber
    or how many gallons of oil had
    gone lo China. It is Just this sort
    of touch that wins him every
    battle In the Ihmse of Commons.
    of course m.p.'s wanted to hmr
    Churchill and they would rather
    hear him on important mailers
    than on trivial ones. In this ease
    he seemed to be laying down the
    of his own foreign
    policy for Ihe future government.
    Winston Churchill would, of
    (t'ursr, be Prime Minister, but that
    V ould nardly prevent him from
    guiding foreign policy. His pres-
    eni vitality, with four years still
    before his eightieth birthday,
    points lo the chances of i.nother
    period when British i>
    Churchill's policy would be count-
    ed the same thing.
    Overrules!
    H. .virruled his wartime For-
    eign Sacratary, Anthony Eden
    naa i- i i DastMj Leader
    heir apparent of the Conservative
    I'arty The story goes that
    with cruelty, asked '!
    you remember, how old was Mr
    I when he formed hi:
    last admim.~ti.Jitm" Mr. Glad-
    stone was 84; and if the precedent
    to be followed, that leaves
    weary years of raiting for An-
    thony Eden.
    I make no apology for devoting
    all of this week's article u> one
    speech by tTaWton Churchill. To
    complete the story of that speech
    there are two more phrases in 1
    10 tell off. Both illustrate the rea.
    Churchillstill with a youm
    streak m him. still enjoying tin
    struggle for power, and still en-
    tirely lacking in pomposity.
    He was Just saying that we ii
    Britain are bitterly divided am
    absorbed in party strife. He wa:
    going to add that wc arc kep
    month after month waiting foi
    news of a General Election. /
    Labour Member with a stroni
    Lancashire accent interrupt
    t.im'So is America." he callei
    out. "QUItO true.'' said Churchill
    then paused, looked round, hi'
    eyes twinkled, he grinned. anr
    rdded, "But they have at any rati
    a fixed date for their elections'
    You must admit that that Is nici
    candour I
    Fisurc..
    And then there was an inciden
    a lilile later on when Winstoi
    Churchill had come round to dis
    cussing the actual figures of trad
    with Hong Kong. He was m .km
    a complicated case, based on th<
    forty-six thousand tons of rubbei
    in three month*, that have com*
    to China from Singapore. Ray
    mond Blackburn got up and in
    tcnupicd. Now Raymond Bleak
    burn was a Labour M.P., he "de
    scried" Socialism and is now ai
    independent. He sits on the Tor:
    side of the House of Common.
    and his independence is that kin
    of independence He is a young
    vigorous, opinionated and argu
    mentativc fellow. He Is the mos
    active at denouncing Labour',
    softness with Communism n
    China. I would go further am
    say. (and I hope Mr. Blackhun
    will rot regard this as an insult)
    that he is poteniially the Senato
    Macarthy of Westminster. This
    Raymond BaU-kburn Interrupt
    cheerfully, "Would the Righ
    Honourable Gentleman forgive me
    for one moment'" he asked. Mr.
    Churchill looked round to his left.
    a little surpn-eo at youth inter-
    rupting experience from that quar-
    ter of the compass. 1 thought wa
    were on the same side of the line,"
    said Churchill, waving his hands a
    little impatiently and sitting down,
    as the convention is, to allow an
    bttOflttptor to have his word. What
    Raymond Blackburn had to offer
    was additional ammunition for
    Churchill's argument. Once he got
    kirk tfl UC argument. Churchill
    mounded n little good-humouredly
    impatient of being tripped up by
    his own friend ane->dmirer. while
    he was In full course in chase of
    a trade statistic.
    Much more can be said of the
    debate; but what we have written
    is Of Churchill, his style and his
    delivery, his policy and his air of
    confidence that it is a policy that
    vill soon be the Government's. In
    this debate he asked for rubber
    mppho to China to be ended
    completely. The Government h,__
    decided to terminate the delivery
    of jdl supplies of rubber to China
    Canadians Obtain "Secret"
    OTTAWA, May.
    Canada is buying from the
    United States war materials that
    on the "secret list", despite
    r.r. American law which prohibits
    ile of such material to foreign
    countries.
    It was disclosed In the public
    accounts committee of Ihe House
    Commons here that this Is
    luhievcd t>\ an arrangement lie-
    Iween Ottawa nnd Washington.
    under which the U.S. government
    orders such materials in Us own
    name and then tutns them over
    lo Canada.
    This is the reason that Canada
    does not deal directly with Amer-
    ican manufacturers in placing
    Diona of dollars worth ol ile-
    fuii-e iiiders. explained, the deputy
    defence minister. C. M. Drury
    One ibioi " tho new list" in
    the sort of gun the
    Royal Canadian Air Force will
    to arm the FSfiE "Sabre" )et'
    fighter, mi American typo high-
    Weapons
    peed fighter p| me which is start-
    ing to roll off mass-production
    finrmbly Hnoa. G : -..man plant
    in Montreal.
    Canada may herself manufac-
    ture Ihe guns for this fighter, ha
    said. But when a member of
    Parliament asked what type gun
    the Sabre plane would use, Drury
    who was a brigadier in Ihe last
    war. said the defence department
    Is not talking publicly about air
    armament.
    Navel Guns Too
    Canada is already manufactur-
    ing naval guns. But the manu-
    facture of guns for planes would
    take Canada Into a new field in
    pogetttano
    Mr. Diuiy s.,i,| Canadian pio-
    dUMlotl Of the Sabre fighter
    compared "very favourably" wdh
    the lime taken for related
    production in other countries. The
    production schedule would Km
    teen even more accelerated if
    c(nponent parts could have been
    obtained faster from the United
    States.
    It was disclosed reccntlv Ihat
    in dollar Vgluaf. about $175,000 of
    Ihe total $400,000 cost of cacl
    these planes Is represented by
    engines and other components Im-
    ported from the United States
    While the Canadian version closely
    {pproximatcs the American
    however, the Canadian-built plant-
    uses a Canadlan-bullt "Orenda'
    engine
    Defence headquarters also dis-
    posed that It Is borrowing 100
    so Harvard training planes from
    ihe United States air tore* In
    use ih the plan lo train airmei
    for her Atlantic p-ict allies. Mon
    than 150 airmen from oversea?
    ROW Or* training in Canada, which
    hiis undertaken lo train 1,100 each
    year in a inodllled form of tin.
    great O mmonwcslth air training
    plun which turned out 131,000
    i.iers In the last war.
    Oil! III AIM IIS SAY:
    Thv Kifihtn To The African
    Of South Africa
    To the Editor. The Adt-ocale
    SIR.After paying two visits lo
    loulh Africa one in 1946. and the
    rther one early this ye IT, they
    have prompted me lo write lo you
    at this time.
    i in gated myself many tbnei
    why there should be so much
    racial disharmony in South Africa
    and. gftei maturo oonafcta lien i
    have come t' the conclusion thai
    'i' | Bxcu l .it til for this
    state of affairs. This Is supposed
    to bo a christian-like world and.
    most of the governments arc pro-
    posedly democratic.
    If these two suppositions are
    correct, then it is the boundeti
    duty of ench nnd every one Ut
    work fm iho happiness imd pros-
    perity of all sections. African.
    Coloured, non-European and
    aarOPOai
    Why should the African be told
    that he shall be a "hewer ot wood
    ind drawer of water" all his days ?
    The African is a part of our popu-
    .. i.iiiv the
    Qutus of South Africa and, there
    ire many of high intallLai
    ability. Shall the door i I
    be closed lo them '.'
    If the Europeans of the Union of
    South Africa have pledged them-
    selves to cultivate such dls-
    hirmony among the Africans
    who are the rightful owners of
    Africa what a-e the pringtotM
    the U.N.O. ?
    Can anyone teU me why the
    African should not be allowed to
    lead a life free from fear uf op-
    i. ns and
    Now. as regards the colour?.)
    t immunity whose rights are
    HOW in great jeopardy, a com-
    munity numbering about one
    million people, why should Ihese
    i ei I'll- lose those democratic
    rights they have enjoyed for al-
    most a century '
    This is unchristian and unde-
    1 : !( where Is
    South Africa heuding for f
    Kear seems lo be the basic fact
    that engenders racial strife, bul
    were we !n,e hristian and demo-
    cratic governiiuii'. |-rfcct love
    would cast out all fear and, we
    should write for the highest good
    of all irrespective of colour. raCO
    DT creed.
    in eotMluatou bj Btevaa i ojeota,
    ' -
    inlv when \\e sre choking- and.
    feel the desperate struggle for our
    lungs when we lack this most
    Midispens. of our
    when we
    see our freedom threatened do wc
    begin to be aware that democracy
    has always been essential to our
    moral and spiritual existence and
    ihat it alone makes possible the
    dignity and freedom of man."
    _. ERIC W. BROWNE.
    "Ebje .
    Culloden Rd.
    22 5.51
    Vumwm fi-Hv
    To Tnr Editor, The Advocate
    SIR.a correspondent wn;-
    froni buurnemoulh "In the
    local shops one can buy Barbados
    (.uava Jelly at is. 3d. per pound
    The taste is plcasinl but for som*
    the jelly wc tried was al-
    most liquid."
    My cook, who makes excellent
    Mid firm guava jelly, tells me that
    when guava jelly is not "boiled
    high enough" 11 is apt lo be
    liquid: and that a small amount
    of alum used In the boiling will
    help to make and keep it firm
    m important that nur at-
    tempt at establishing markets for
    i ur local produce should be at-
    iirecautlon
    ag unsi ihe commodity not bcina
    up to standard. Furthermore, no
    i sale should be shipped
    without a brand mark or the name
    ot Ihe manufacturer.
    Yours truly,
    | M S
    HOW 1IIEV rm nun
    FESTIVAL
    (By PATRICK KIRWAN)
    SEVILLE.
    WITH all due respect to Mr. Herbert Mor-i
    nson and his planners and publicists (not to
    mention the bull-dozers) it is really an easy
    matter to run a festival. Each spring, for
    centuries, the citizens of Seville have held
    a festival that is famous all over Europe. It
    x held not to prove anything or even to sell
    auytlfcing; but simply because the solemnities
    if Lent are past, the air is fragrant with
    (he scent uf orange blossom, and the roses
    re blooming in the Garden of the Alcazar.
    I is held because spring has come to Seville
    nd its citizens feel like enjoying themselves.
    A THOUSAND MASTS
    There is an open space traversed by boule-
    ards. It is about as far from Seville Cathe-
    iral as Green Park is from Westminster. The
    cal corporation moved into the open space,
    i less than a week an area larger than the
    attersca site had been strung: with 135,000
    ulbs. 55.000 gleaming white and golden lan-
    terns.
    A thousand Venetian masts garlanded with
    mr or five miles of close-knit olive and
    lyrtle had been set up with bunting, flags
    nd huge gleaming butterflies, seemingly in-
    umerable, at their peaks.
    Noble illuminated archways gave vistas t
    venues of palms, eucalyptus, lime and lilac;
    i the open spaces between them sprang up
    i vast marquees for use as public restaur-
    its and bars: and over 300 "Casetas"gaily
    ..riped pavilions, of varying size, for private
    UM,
    KNTEK THK GIPSIES
    At the week's end the corporation moved
    "Jl and the citizens of Seville moved into
    locorale their pavilions, which they rent
    families, "futbol" clubs and get-togethers of
    very kind) at the cost of a few shillings a
    nead, thus clearing the municipality's initial
    .'\penses.
    There is no planning. No busybodies dic-
    ;.ite what form the decorations should take.
    The citizens simply set to work with paint,
    paper, pictures, tables, chairs and floorboards
    hx ihe dancing platform.
    The result is something to take the breath
    away a riot of colour and fantasy that rele-
    gates Cecil B. de Mille to the "B" picture
    category.
    Then with the bars well stocked with
    sherry, brandy, sausages, olives, almonds,
    Spanish hams, cheese and the world's most
    k-Iectable prawns, Seville is ready for its
    festival. The girlsof all ages from three to
    thrice-times 30 change into the gay, full-
    skirted "Gitanas" and put flowers in their
    hair. There is a premonitory clicking of
    castanets, a staccato tap of heels and the
    strumming of guitars. Already the gipsies
    are flocking in with bright eyes and eager
    out stretched palms.
    FIVE CIRCUSES
    Near by is the fairgroundwith five cir-
    cuses, the dodg'ems, almond paste and fried
    octopus : all the fun of the fair.
    Now, after just a few days and at no cost
    In the public purse, the festival can begin,
    prompt to the minute.
    Seville is ready to forget its troubles for a
    while, to rejoice and welcome its guests. Not
    that visitors are sought. Indeed, the local
    paper rather deplores the festival's growing
    popularity in the outside world, fearing com-
    mercialisation; but none the less the tourists
    flock la from all quarters, with cameras, cars
    and desirable currencies. Women visitors
    nave to be rather careful though. A notice
    in the cathedral gives biblical warning that
    those immodestly dressedthat is. in short
    ikirts or with plunging necklines, "will be
    driven out of the temple."
    DANCING GIRLS
    There are bullfights, concerts and exhibi-
    tions galore. No Aits Councils arrange any
    of them, but all of them thrive, none the less.
    Now the proud horsemen of Spain ride in
    .'rom the wide grasslands on their high-step-
    pln| thoroughbreds, cantering between the
    -asetas in their ornate leather snaps, scarlet-
    ;ashed waists and tight short jackets. Their
    ienoritas, resplendent in flamencos filmy with
    Icce, cliug behind them like fabulous orchids.
    Cavalcade after cavalcade canters by. inter-
    spersed with smart gigs and shiny coaches,
    mule-drawn, horse-drawn, even ass-drawn;
    but all fantastically caparisoned and with
    bright iingling bells. In them drive clusters
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    INI B IDAY. M\V 14, I9.-.I
    BABBAOOS ADVOCATE
    B.W.I.SX. WILL NOT
    GO TO LONDON
    . FT* pm* opinion that 11 WIS A should not
    It was relt by some members take part, wouldn't It be asking
    'if the committee that an agrteul- mr to take a position whtch you in
    turalM should be sent It was your heart.* would not expect me
    further suggested that n member to accept'- Mr Robinson ques-
    of the Primary Prodm Uoaod,
    lion be sent "I could onlv be of use to you
    All Indcrestimalion lf were free to give you my best
    Hon. Albert Gomes felt that th.- <*vlre On the other hand. I am
    Delegation shrald remain as it qui,<' Wlll>" and always will to
    km He thought it wan an under- to "Onsider every point of
    on of the delegatit-i -i work with >ou to the
    think thai ih.v could no! put the D'--1 ' my ability This la also
    case for agricultural proOUCC id ,nr P"*'tion of B.W IS A They
    Indies. are not asking you to stand by
    Ml Clegs wild II was regrettable * ,1,kc their burdens off them
    that sugar, the principal product "There has got to be co-opcra-
    of the West Indie* woi.- | not '- llon " *" *ldta- but ,f beeoni* a
    reuroscmc t. It sccm-d waste S"""* .Ih* dff"'Ka,lon "n,,'r
    a KpRMUlnc or low. vour confldcn(.0 , ,vlnig
    ^, L S>** .X..- "!*,, be my own view I cannot be in
    toula two positions at one Ume "
    i that in Hon. Albert The one hope of the people in
    he Hon. W Kaalgever. this area.*' Mid Mr Robinson "is
    the Hon. Bust unai.le and Mr that nra should free our minds of
    'hey had four politician* suspicion and that we should
    il i h i.i Utada mm agalnsl apaah freely and frankly and tell
    any in the world. each other what we have to say.
    Mr Adams said that the and that neither one side nor the
    B W.I S A. in us*, not make the mis- other should take any opportunity
    take again of giving the politicians of placing the other in two poat-
    in ir.is area, the Lmpraaatoa that uotw."
    thaj war* merely making use of For that reason it would be
    them as a shield When the poll- wrong for him, so long as the
    tlcinns were eventually asked to B.W ISA continued with thai
    go to Great Britain last time.' he decisionand that was his in-
    said, it was to give the opinion of struclions at presentto become a
    the West Indian people. He had member of the dcU nation
    no Intention of being used unin-
    tentionally r deliberately as a I'nited front
    stooge.
    Mr. Itolnnson said that it had
    Politicians' Status been made clear to the meeting
    from the beginning, that quite
    Politicians in th* West Indies, separately from anything that was
    especially Labourites, had to be being discussed there, there was an
    Very careful that they were not agreement with the other Com-
    ix-lug suspected of being used by monwealth producers, that no ne-
    B.W.I.S.A. for .their convenience gotiations should be entered into
    "I cannot see how Australia can before there was a chance to come
    suspect II WIS A. in going to together in a united front for the
    Great Britain any more than they purpose of making representa-
    can suspect them in going to Can- lions.
    Ada." said Mr. Adams. There was not one member
    "1*1 us strongly recommend to there who would not wunt
    BW.I.S.A. tn reconsider their BW.I.S.A to stand by that
    position. When we as politicians agreement. Not only mut
    go to Britain, bow affective are they do so but appear to
    Wl going to be without B.W.I S.A?
    I am going to ask them t<. re.-mi-
    aiaei their petition especially in
    the light of their willingness to o
    to Canada."
    lion Albert Gomes said that
    despite the fact that Mr. Adams
    and he very often had their little
    differences, he had great respect
    and regard for him and he appre-
    ciated the frankness with which
    he had spoken.
    He thought those who were
    there and had to do with sugar
    Empire Da\
    Message
    rrem The Ri. Hoe, The
    EAKL OP OOMRII
    va. pc. GiCJfto.. c\tv
    DS.O..
    Pres'dcBt
    Om' -n* R*.V-
    m* ana my letvatCV,
    M ena you aaasaBja iw
    I m,,.,l *,, toB_ ^ ,,
    iere., I ,w ta U%J
    -1..11 worm him ii. ,i,. co...
    i.i.ue la an unA.ppv. wr "
    ud and dangerous state.
    At
    Of
    Man
    do it in the eyes of the
    world. Il would not lx> in the
    highest interest of the West In-
    dies for B.W.I S.A. to take part
    In the proposed talks at the
    present time, Mr. Robinson said.
    The Chairman finally said that
    he believed he was expresing the
    view of the CommWec that they
    wanted Mr Robinson to be u
    member of the delegation. The
    Committee had their faith and
    confidence in him It would be
    prejudicial if he could not
    must appreciate what araj the jj (l possible to reconsider the
    position with regard to politicians matter. The best thing was to ask
    in the West Indies. Mr. Robinson to consult his dlrec-
    . V?10, '*..." luP,cl,,n '" "' tors on the matter. Mr. Robinson
    west Indies thai there is the dan- promised he would
    ger of the sugar people in some
    way or the other using political
    support when it suits their coi
    venience.
    Co-operation
    "I have felt at almost evei
    stage of these discussions, that
    there is going to be co-operation
    What the Flags Moan
    A flag is often seen Hying from
    le which rises above the
    the pol
    Harbour and Shipping Depart
    mere is Bums ,u uv eo-operuuoii wh,tt iy < p-m
    between the governments and VI' !;Jiz"' ,i u, .
    B.W.I.S.A. it would be extreme!v ^'"etimes a single blue-
    dansaroua if the Association take rn.vkere.1 flag or a blue checkered
    the responsibility in their own "ag with a pe-ndant beneath it is
    hands to proceed to negotiate, and (lying. _Anothcr time, there is the
    then when they find themselves In House flag of a steamship com-
    trouhle ask the governments to pany.
    attain. It seems to me that The flags are flown us signals
    this Committee should take the of ships approaching Barbados. A
    stand that the co-operation of the flag with blue checkered on a
    governments and the Association white background Indicates that
    must take a tangible form." an unknown steamer is to tho
    He wanted to remind B.W IS A. windward of the island. If the
    that Australia was now coming line of the steamer is known, tho
    forward to Join with the West In- house flag If flown in place of tho
    heckered flag.
    lenanee
    rtaersh p
    u.iwcrn tue v*ri<*us coun-
    tries wbirn mane ua> ,..i-
    (ammenweallh and , b- >
    * of aarmmount Mii|->ria...
    Ta feater and (mprov.
    mutual undrnunding be-
    tween the asan> differrm
    raeea to be found in this
    larae family ts the ia*k far
    which this Movement w .*
    founded. I ran truthfully
    say thai much ha* been ac-
    complished but I caniiui
    streaa too airongly the
    urgency for continuing our
    uork consolidating past
    achievements and nulin
    progress In theae areas as
    jet little touched.
    This Is partlcuUrly Im-
    portant and immediate al
    ithe present tune, when
    rapid political change is
    being made within the ( om-
    asonwealth and Empire
    whilst world conditions re-
    main so dlfth al; und un-
    certain
    I am most grateful to all
    friends and supporters for
    then- paat assistance and I
    confidently appeal to you
    all. al this critical time, to
    continue your efforts and
    strive to aehievr the alms
    and principles for which the
    Movement stands, the m*in-
    i-ii.ui,.- of peace and the
    furtherance of world pro*-
    aerlty.
    I wish you all QgJ injiaal
    ^nd success In your rndrat -
    CiOWRir:.
    Kmpire l>ay. 1951.
    To the Voulh of the British
    Empire
    TO EACH of you I send
    1 Una message at a lim-
    when you muat hear and
    sec many things which may
    sadden you.
    It Is true that the peiee la
    which you had hoped to
    rrew np has not >et come
    about nor can we be sure
    when this will be But it
    b also true that many of
    you. the youna people of the
    British Commenwralth and
    Kmplre are. throuih your
    friendships learning the
    resl truth that distance and
    a different way of life need
    not divide you.
    Take courage, be brave
    and remember that you are
    met together this day wIUi
    the children of many races,
    lo celebrate Empire Day
    and our common brother-
    kssSft
    COWRIE
    Empire Day. 1951.
    I'M.I. FIVE
    New Pictures
    At Cotnbermere
    'I'HKH Mn
    * coleMUon
    *t Combermerc School. These
    were brought from E-ig:ana oy
    Major C .aster oi
    the School, when he returned
    |m."<.v"",'on " **" *' ''> ** liutaon, labours,
    the V N IMtita
    *-hie, rthich is about
    long by a foot and a half frldt ' *ip Ml M \ I.
    is of rranku Worrell, thsj Inter- PoUCO Magistrate oi
    I^ahoiirri-
    I ineel 40'- For
    Larceny
    In Mental Hospital Case
    \a/tcy Ift>t let-
    in Singapore
    SINGAP09X H
    The BriTish Cargo khip' Nancy
    MoUer with 3.700 tons of Malayan
    mbjMf oraBsnaU* ,. tended fo
    o mmunist China, arrived off
    Si igapcrc )u*t before noon today
    IB ihe Strait* ti
    C npanf .ih the British mine-
    .UlichtM wtUcti
    rte.1 h> .00 mile-
    Th* Nancy Moller

    natiniial erksMOM ., CeaaWfe Rruter.
    besvsoriaa, nd 3 ----------- .
    The picture sho."s Worrell, ,(*>s in 14 days or in default o ic --. - _
    wearing ms .,-, months imprisonment. She gave HOT %Jfl iilseetn
    blarer with the ConanwawealU) ",,|,c'1 "f *VP*d -t ihc "
    take

    In the
    row for
    . I v-t
    India, during the" bsnTcotames? [\-"\\v \Z
    wealth tour I: tf
    "rrankie inE [(|1
    the Combermere Hull among i
    Schools Set Cups and Shields
    I W LONDON. May 23
    "'..... "he British aeMttna S-niet^ (Q
    Mr. W. W. II :h- wind todav Inunchod
    Sl OOO.OOIl appeal p
    asast Hutnon who u BntnJ i aej m gbniM M,.
    ed aa a nu.uL M UetlUl P rt of the rglHnaigli .
    11 pi .1 Maotlful Mlvei and bfa
    The other picture., are ,,f Lord 'I'l-otity ..f goodg fretn Uwra the a*'Ue|i bunds pconle
    Combennere, found rho West tnaUta bj ioin:nir in
    School one. hung up in the the Stmulium Fly (Buflalo
    Scho.!l Library, shows Lord Con- '' u" (. itj LhhM ,,\ | fei t .,
    barmara In big miutai l'"1"'1 at 9 ,r the rwrtiwrn <;..!
    The other is bung Up over lh~ '''' v "-! hl" estal-h.hej reaB
    stage at Combennere and bj thhi ''' ,K'" ,!'" ,f lr"l,lt "i' Coasted HM ptOpJ
    eminent posilion Long CoDlDM avay.
    '"'" "I-"* ht i*r the British Empi-c Societ'
    All old Combermenans inter- U ' 'n ',', aternoor of f" the blind, the insect bl
    ested are Invhed to go IKl '' mam* u-.a mual ba ripsj
    a look at them Hu* *'"' ' lOwad thai tm Out at all costs
    CHILDREN ol iih.,i i rvisssas h"d *u*n,it> ol loodl In hei Ml Jhn K Wtlaon, the hltnt
    H J,, .? C' basket which Inctudi
    . _, ff *,ir" ?y* S Qua,) IMd thai ".nontix af th-
    ih vloirs. ^ "-,l" hov. she ol>:. i Rb kjumtl look hir
    r>W2LJ! c ? .VV. '*"" *God'' Ct'' W;|"">" a"' 'hat she SCO miles up the spin. ( U>
    f ombonnere S-liool Hall yesler- lold him that she not then, from G .Id Coast ISO mUOl
    .kI ZiL, ,f tho plnce wl mrtheiu wtldarnti .
    I ..VX "' "f ''"' ''"-I"1 * .. .. ibOUl W mile M alf
    Exhlbilion. Mi W W i;.,.. Reilrr
    Theboysofiiai sm.; lehoo] "' '' n"' * BO rooaon u h> the
    were especially inter. i.l:inl ahOttld i
    their project which .....
    first prue in the Inb l">>"'"* had botn conunlttod
    Division, it showed Cook it* used.
    al Botany Bav In ITTi.. The bl R ,'.. n,"',,w "' '"'
    ground showed the map of Ai ,l,bmilIOtl "'" 'he proeeution
    had no: pro vex I that the goods
    thai svara in the p.*ses,ion of the
    ......
    a MWIli k. TI., ... ,, 'Zum,,*, th.
    hnu ,m b.i.kt..iiiui anil Ibl n I ,,,.,. ...
    Bay Slrrot> h.,,1 .......1, ,.,,,....., ,,, .....
    all.. K. T Mil III.I.IN I ..,, Wat:......ecoftad ber "hi
    imionCT or 1-Micr. si\ mil '""" ""011111 f ..!. In ha *
    Annual Talk la bui anvtn
    Od t.mdurlors at tne K11..111.
    Wo%sa*^rsjrv?,*r;
    prove then ( ase ami it
    the duty ol the ta*fanj
    gplaln whin
    and how the good <
    tralia. New 7-
    rounding islands.
    The Combermere Ih.v^
    DRINK & ENJOY
    COOLING &
    REFRESHING
    DiscuHtt Troth
    Com m inn toner
    nd
    h)
    Vi nu
    Advoeate that he lioped all the
    uus driven and GOOdlMten In ttu
    island will attend. Thus,- ., i, gri
    interested in Hoad Safety gbould
    also make a special effort to he
    there.
    dol
    dies for very obvious reasons, but
    when it was in Australia's inter-
    eat to battle her own canoe she
    acted otherwise. That was some-
    thing that had to be borne in mind
    and it was something which was
    known by the governments in the
    area.
    "1 frankly think thit this Is
    not as simple a matter as it
    may serm. 1 feel that it to a
    situation that should definitely
    be el irlfled because I share
    Mr. Adams' views to a very
    great exl-nt.
    "I happen to be a polillclin
    also and 1 know what Ihe
    situation is. In many Of Ihe
    territories even among the
    sugar workers, there is a gret
    suspicion that wr politicians
    who are concerned in this
    mattrr are Just thinking of the
    sugar mamsPachirers It is a
    misauided viru, because we
    all realise how important
    sugar Is io the economy of the
    Heat Indies and II to for that
    reason we are determined to
    i,,.in these political battles."
    Mr. Gomes said that he thought
    they should not leave the situation
    as it was at the moment, in his
    opinion, it was ,i very acute one.
    The Chairman. Professor Beas-
    lev, said that it might help if,
    dsgpfta the fact the B W.l S.A was
    nut sendltjg .. m pic-cntaliw*. Use*
    ask Mr Holiinson to iKcome a
    member of the delegation as Mr.
    Robinson.
    An Agreement
    Mr. Robinson said that he was
    bound by the decision which his
    directors had made H<- was a
    parly to It and had aiirevd to it.
    "lf my directors are of the
    Gomes" Motion
    Recorded
    *TI1E POLICE IMH.S .
    * fine. They wen or) the beach
    at CJravesend dun
    practising trailv
    "In about three months the
    dogs will complete then trainmi;
    and will be ready for advice.1' tl
    Commissioner told the Advaeale
    \CANE FIRE at Hope I'l.n.t.i
    tion, Si. George. un Tuesda>
    night burnt six nctW of first
    crop ripe canea. They ore tho
    property of C. G. Gale and were
    Murod
    EIRE al Bulkeley Tenunti
    George, earl,
    morning completely destroyed a
    boarded and shingled house with
    shedroof attached. It |g the >imii>-
    erty of Edna Crichlow of Kjrm
    Tenantry, St. George. It was not
    insured. The Police ore making
    investigations.
    THE HOME of Bl-yp:ir-.,lrl
    Marry Leach at Hibby Line.
    St. Michael was completely de-
    stroyed on Tuesday night. It |fl
    valued $240 and was not insured
    adjoining house, owned b>
    AS1
    L-heckered Hag. under which
    b flown a pendant with a red dot
    in its middle, is the signal for an n^, Mberl Gomes- moUo,
    unknown steamer to leeward. .In favouring West Indian Govern
    case the line of the steamer is ments to give their views on ti,
    known, the house flag is flown Report of the Standing Closer An
    with the pendant. Associition Committee Meeting. Joseph Browne, was charred un
    _ before discussing the report of Ihe western side. This nlso Is not
    io signal a man-of-war to tne Customs Union Commission insured.
    w.ndward, a red and whlta WM icsterday tilmply recorded al
    diagonal flag Is hoisted. A pendant lhp ,neeting of the ltegi.mi.1 AN ACCIIU.NT QaouiTOd .'
    with a red dot In its centre Economic Committee, bul no other * St LaWTMic*, Christ Chunh.
    inferior to the red onJ action taken since there was such "" Tuesday U-lwei.......-tor COJ
    " cleavage of opinion by members X.1835. owned ami driven bj
    of the Committee. Montague White of S". 1-iwm-k .
    The resolution read aa fol- and a bicycle owned and ridden
    lows: by Vernon Fordc of tl i
    hile diagonal flag,
    man-of-war to leeward. A black
    ball Is hoisted inferior to the man-
    cf-war flag to tell that a squadron
    o< men-of-war Is approaching fhc Committee resolves to trict
    harbour from the windward communicate with the Secretary Ford,
    If a squadron is approaching OI suu. urging him to make
    .rom the leeward, a pendant w^th immediate representations to all
    a red dot in the middle is holsiod Governments which have not vet
    inferior to both the man-of-war considered the Report of the
    Hag and the black ball. Standing Closer Association Com-
    Tho Harbour Signal Station also mlttec asking for an ssWij
    gives hurricane signals. A red expression of their views on the
    ttag with a black rectangle In the proposals contained in the
    centre is used as a cautionary report
    signal while two similar flags. The Committee agrees that it
    hoisted together, are hurricane < not desirable to consider the
    signals. Report of the Customs Unlor
    Commission until such time av
    When a red pendant with a there has been a full expression
    white vertical crow is flown with cf views from nil territorial Gov-
    0 black ball hoisted interior to il. ernments on the Standing Closer
    Ihe signal permits small craft Io Ajwocintlon Committee Report
    enter moleheid before* being ________________
    grantOd pratique in bad weather. " "'
    Nctiees of ships approaching the
    Island are cominuiicaled to the
    Harbour Signal Station from u
    "look-out" station al IlighgaV.
    The flags are Immediately hoisted
    when the notices are given. They
    /re lowered shortly after the ship
    Las been lving at anchorage.
    ROTTEN SUPPLIES
    who was injured, was
    treated by Dr Ward The eyclo
    was slightlv damaged.
    APART of Fri-ter* Road, St
    Joseph, is at present under-
    going repnirr.. This road leads to
    Burke Village, via Vaughan's
    Land. It is the third time that it
    has been repaired for the year.
    On each -K-easlon it was damaged
    by rain.
    The rhitnborazo Rood has been
    completed and |.
    to traffic.
    MEDICAL OFFICER
    APPOINTED
    The Secretary of Slat, fa B
    Colonies haj eh.l'-.l l>r Zyg-
    inunt Witold ttOlMWoch tor an-
    pointmetit to Ihe p-ist of Medtp
    llarhndos fierier.d Hi
    No ships were in the Buy yes-
    terday, but some boatmen still got 00k
    u job to do. They were hired to pital.
    take off rotten merchandise Into Dr Skonuroch and famil
    the Bay for dumping One row- e>pec led to arrrn bj till
    loat took out a supply of potatoes. Bonaire on May 39.
    Keep the >ouiigMeri lit in Ibjajssfc
    Acnes blouses. They are fashioned
    t;>r iltness in the cellular fahrK 6c~
    signed for mrat*rr.l\emtlari enables the air io insulate Ihe body
    jgainsi sudden changes of temper-
    ature. Boys and giih ear Acnes for
    iu non-clinging comfort. Mothers
    like the excellent washing and rear-
    ing qualities of Ihi* onder-oven
    fabric- Aenex neser thrmk* and al-
    ways keep* kg *hspc when laundered.
    ACPTEX
    N*M(...............
    ADDHESS
    J'Wfask for***
    CussonS
    'luxury toilet
    SUM'S
    """'./'
    IMfTKIAI I I Al HI II IIMIIN HOSSOM .BUI IIVXIMH
    *
    WARNING
    I Our Customers and Friends are reminded that ;
    STARTENA. GROWENA A LATstNA
    I are registered Brand Names of the RALSTON PURINA
    COMPANY of St Louis. Mo.. USA
    || Always insist on getting genuine STARTENA. fiitmi s \ I
    and LA i EN A as we have received complaints that OtlMf
    Poultry Feeds are being sold as Startcna, Growcna and j
    Layena. '
    H. JASON JONES & CO., LTD. '
    AxfnU .nd UMrlbulon
    MM.II'OBi: l-IM \lll.i (|BI- K -1.1(1-
    I lll.l Mill AS I'lM \l-ll.f: HLIf'KK iwr Un
    BASAMAH CmOniOM IICI M. IV TINS prr Mil
    IMI'IRIM Mil Hi CUNQ PHI Ills p-r Un
    C ARI.TON BAR'n.KTT l't;AKS p.r un
    -I l!l H Mli OBAM -mill Unlfc. MH Up
    II IM \ TOMATO JITCi: prr Un
    I 111 i:i mi ..i i-.i -i im. u
    II \K I III l\v c Mill cii.mt; Bl.l IH- p ,|n
    MN.iil HIHIINI, si.ii M.o S7r Snull
    M -III II IVN 111. IIAMH 1511 In. prr lb
    STANSWEUK St in I A #.. #.###.


    PACE SIX
    BARBADOS ADVOCATE
    mi ftSDAI MA* 21. i5i
    FOR
    QUALITY
    &
    FLAVOUR
    For a radiant thine
    T/ip qtialitv
    Natal PoliWi
    STANDS
    SUPREME
    PIT
    thai buildi! Sav 'am
    nd Swap 'am ... 40
    Crdi in the Sariai.
    CORNFLAKES
    todayl
    Looicyo
    Now Loveliness For You
    Follow this
    Simple Beauty Plan
    *Wuh yaot fat* with Pali
    IS Ms of,
    Vi TRY IT!
    acftlinA HAIR
    fDoittU
    P.s. hot bath and hower. f.ci the thrifty Bath Si/<- PalmotiVi
    YES. YOU CAN BUY IT AGAIN
    LUXOR CLEAR GLOSS VARNISH
    SUPREME IN QUALITY AND FINISH
    AUo
    GALV. OIL CANS I. 2 A .1 Gin Slira
    '"To'" T. HERBERT Ltd. """ST
    10 A 11 ROKBIXK STREET.
    IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
    SPEOAL offers lo all Cash and Credit customers for Thursday to Saturday only
    USUALLY
    riNs
    ORANGE 6 G'FRUIT JUICE 29
    NOW USUALLY NOW
    TINS
    M SELECT P. MILK nib,
    Pkgs. MOIRS CHOCOLATES 10 spkg. 18 Tins LAMBS TONGUES
    POTATOES per lb. 12 sib, DM Bots. ALLSOPPS BEER
    1.05 H
    70 B2
    26 Mj
    D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street
    START THE DAY BRIGHT
    with Energy-Building
    Breakfast Foods
    Give the Maal its
    finishing touch with
    theie DESSERTS
    Broun a Polaon's Flavoured
    Corn Flour for Blan<
    in .. 3 Flavour* lo
    put.
    I'lrltoiM Flavourrd Com
    Flour in < Flavours to i
    Pkl
    Crramula Cu.tard Puddlnr.
    In pkc for to.
    Pearer Duff's ruddine or
    Blanrmanir Ponder.
    Aosurlrd Flavour* In till-
    for 24c
    TOWER JELLY CRYSTAL
    in Five Flavours
    Most F.njoyable 14c. pk.
    CEREALS
    Vinni Toaalrd Wheat Flakrs
    Post Toa-stlra torn Hakr*
    Wafrr Corn Flake,
    Krllor&o All Bran
    Welftar Shreddrd Whrat
    *.r.ipi- Nut-. WrrUbix
    Danish Rye t'rhpbrrad
    RjvlU Rye Bread
    Peek I tens \ it.1 Uc.l
    t'riaphrrad
    BACON & HAM
    Nllred Baron h> Ihe pound
    Shred Ham b> Ihr pound
    FRUIT JUICES
    u ihama Pineapple Julee
    Jamaica Tomato Juice
    Trinidad Orarife Juire
    Trinidad Oranre and Grape-
    fruit Juice
    Trinidad Grapefruit Juice
    More DESSERTS
    < atini Jelly Crr.ni.
    Awrtrd Flavour. In pfclt.
    -Or i .< h
    John M.lr'. Hprrl.l Drurrt
    llr. pk!
    . 11 vi:it niwr.H -
    Of Cmmrmm if* tl.l.lCY.M-:
    1IITill It"S SI'ICI I.II.-thai
    Smttnlh tli'liriuus III \l
    ALLEYNE ARTHUR & Co. Ltd.-"Your Grocers" high st.


    'till KMlW. M\V 21. HS1
    BARBADOS AIIVlll Ml
    I'M.I -IMS
    CLASSIFIED ADS.
    ton iiEvr
    TlLHOHI />
    For Birth, Mi tii|f
    niinc(Mnli m drib Calling in.
    i >arg* u BS.DO lor any number ol ordi
    up to -rag rent* per word lar m1
    . ddilional aord Term* raah Phutie M*
    net ween S3* and pm J113 Cm SleMI
    'II'" " | -'' t P rr
    t.uOROl -On Mav Bid IMI. t Uv
    General rtoapltal, John Oookol. Ut.
    ugar brnler f ralrneld Fartor^ Age
    Ol .ear* Hm funeral Imvm KU Ut*
    iWhim Eagle ilJll Boad .1 4 3D to-day
    for the Weataurv CaiiMlary.
    Eva Oookol .lOo*. Sibil
    .daughter*. Dr Hjninun iroualn
    B O Paper i pleaac ropy*
    Mill-In
    IN MBMOB1AM
    t RAMfOBO In lnvi
    .r* have pa
    It,.I
    When Ih* i
    Prom th**
    part
    Since heaven halh claim the* *"
    could not refrain
    In our memorle* Xill live a devoted
    lather
    fi rr to be -tnnmbfipa bv Hutfi Cravaiortl
    Wll*. Rerealord. Martin. Au.ti". ktt-feM,
    Aubrf. Peter, "an I Sonai. Jo
    Daughter' Drnl. Blade.. Mm. Legall
    tdithful Frlendi' M S SI In
    JAMBS In loving memory
    daughter Vereella Jam*.
    ,.*leep on the B4lh nl May *
    he reel In peace.
    (the Ha* (one but r.ot lorgotten
    Beating wtih the SaliiU ol God
    II will alkay- Lc remembered
    On the Mth May.
    roll called, i
    FOR
    '-> cMroe
    8AU
    Al-TOMOTIVt-:
    EXCrPTIONAL CAI!
    BLCIBICAL
    REPPIGEBATOB -One V | i
    loot mrkUIre Refiue...!.-! Applv:
    Harold .,- ..-..th.tnePd--
    Drug Si..re Phone !*31*4
    II 1 SI tin
    POl'LTRY
    Khaki Campbell D...I I
    MECHANIC \l.
    GRABS CUTTERS
    anal I It. Immediate del
    Solicited Courteay Oau
    \i., 11 !(. n -
    D MM
    S3 9 91 fcl
    MISCELLANEOUS
    housi a
    AP ABTMENT at 1111111. on-the-B*
    opi.tr Woodude B*> SKreat
    prenuati M S 51
    'i. | >t..i. |fjj
    Road Fumtahed
    ".. Available no-
    >V/[..lr.. I- BBBBM
    Mill >i
    ri in h SAUS
    Tea nnti per apole U-
    aad II ,-e.(. per eyua In
    ,.,,-.-,i.m itiaea* II Vi
    r-d IIM M InadaiK
    REAL ESTATC
    NVWRimV With II .
    1 line kiln. Building nd a
    Neat door Qua Hill Barrack, about .
    n-.il*. Mm rd#eli.an Apply . W
    <*t Geerrr
    Mtmi
    FUAT
    ntahed
    baatnaea
    B-aumoni. Hartlng*. unlm
    Dining -nd Bitlnul loom*.
    i running water. Kitchen wit
    al convenM**-**. No peta
    Dial saw as si I
    w%viin
    Ml......
    ol lent)
    MaSSSt
    I t(
    at the rotner
    Belm.int Moid
    mi ii aouare feel
    tUndin
    The M
    '
    . .1 kih-hen doan.Ulr*. taraa
    at, t iil-t J;io _|h i.p.Ulu
    RMMeen onrenlancea Oaraaat
    '
    i and p m or by apnolnlmnl
    M*
    Dial ?MB
    The above wilt be l
    Public Competition .n
    l.l Jn IMI. at 1 P n,
    (".RHIMGTON i
    HP lot Ml*
    on rrloay. tl
    l
    JUNIOR C1JCHKFr our Cn'.n.
    PpH llt.ij l-ine rielrratilv oil
    with ..irlvu.r ii, -m.Mitt. CCNTKAI
    UltrNDRY LTD S 51
    CtGAKETTES Ardath Cork tipped *
    Cigarette* Buy now before the ad- [
    paj vanced prtre ramea Into effect. We rtlll -
    "? have a amall atock at !h reduced prtca
    >' namely 10'a. lr and SO'a 31c
    1 KNIOHTS LTD
    It 9 51JO,
    MA1X AND FEMA1JC- ft l*dle t
    .ontact American F^millea In USA.
    ci.rrgelic youruj inen lit An-itii
    Farmeu Write lot particular!. Mr. ^
    Fulton Canning Tow t
    b ig nit to-1"
    wcr.d
    , 1
    m here.
    if Jame.
    M Ul- In
    MORRIS -In loving
    dear daddy McDonald MorrW who waa
    ailed to a high IM
    We ahall "leep hut nut loeever
    There will be a glormua dawn
    We ahali meat to part no neier
    On I he Re.urrectlon morn
    Ever to be lemei.ibered li- hi wifa
    Adma. Delana. Willie. Oacar. Ivan. John.
    Edna iChlMrrm. C.wei. i.l.ter-ln.Uwi
    M S 5I-ln
    BUILDINGS FOR SALE
    OFFERS ARE INVITED
    FOR
    ALL OR ANY
    OF
    THE VALUABLE
    FREEHOLD BUILDINGS
    OCCUPYING
    THE WHOLE OF ONESIDE
    OR
    THE MARKET SQUARE
    IN
    ST. GEORGE, GRENADA.!
    FOR DETAILS Apply to:-
    P.O. Box 6. St. George.
    GRENADA.
    GALVANISED SHEETS Baal qtiallVT
    new nheeti Cheapen in the Inland '
    it 04. i ii m. g ft >s tl. ft ti M:
    10 ft U 40 Nett c.ih. Better hurry '
    A BARNES & CO.. LTD.
    a SII f n.
    I.AUHEI. RAZOR. If i
    WHITF. THJ- W While Tile. Enflnlr
    ,1 the Auto Tyre, Co. Tralalanr St. Phoo-
    0M. H9SI-tfn
    STEN'tTYPLST .Brginiwr or QU,.IIIWd
    wanted immediately. Apply In perxi'
    and by letter to J A. Marion > Roi
    Ltd. 1 9 91 I In
    MISCELLANEOUS
    * \ni> TO BIT
    1'SED B*d. Iron Bedalea.^
    Lewing Machine., Ice Boxea. Gramo.
    about JD It x lit. and
    ium ai>d Offlci
    VllflON. Spry
    1. kill, '
    1..,.,. I.
    M S SI
    WA.MII> TO BIT
    JOINERS' GOtlD WORK In HaJkagBMI
    Cedal. Birch, Fir Deal lor Home tmVe I. S WILSON. Spry Street.
    '4 l.fl Li
    GOVERNMENT NOTICE
    Attention is drawn lo the- MfJnM (Control of DrtiR nntl raTtflH
    nd Proprietary Medicine Pric-*> Order. 1951, No. 9 which will b*
    pUbltgtWd in itn Offlcial Gazette of Thursday 24th May. 1951.
    2. Under this Order the maximum retail selling prices of "Caroid
    & Bile Salts". "Vicks Vaporub". "Urasal" and "Maltevol" are n*
    follows:
    liwr.MINO IIOtfSE .landing on I9H
    ptrche. ol land, illuated at POrMf or
    llucklngliam and Bank Hall croaa Road..
    built ol Timber and Tooled
    artfli Ualvamaed Iron and la comprUed
    if Open Verandah on three aide*. Living
    and Dining Boom.. Three Bedroom., j
    I Room. Rath. Kitihrn. rtc .
    large yard all encloard. Very
    airy.
    Sob on application to S E. Cole
    Dial 4M0 or 4Mi where all
    0.5S1 -*n
    aklj
    . till a
    Item
    I nit of Sale
    Caroid & Bile Salts
    Vicks Vaporub
    Bottle of 50 tabs
    .. ,. 100 .,
    $i . pot
    9 gram pot
    bottle
    mii j] fttwd boltk
    large
    Maximum Rrtall iTl.r
    iTii
    S1.88
    4c.
    26c
    60c.
    >2 10
    i view ol the
    leaae. the above
    opportiinlt.' lc
    Je V/*f
    a M>l"'-
    l-AHEAIi
    G0VFRNMEN1 NOTICE
    i mh.i: \iiic.
    Dje lo a change in the date of
    arrival of the American employ-
    ers who are to crrive to select the
    labourers for employment in the
    I'm ted States of America and the
    representatives of the Air Trans-
    port Company who will be re-
    .v|h>iimij1p for arranging the dates
    of departure and performing other
    duties In connection with the re-
    cruitment, it h:is been necessary to
    change the dates of the medical
    examinations.
    All workers who have 'Call
    Cards' stating the dates when next
    they are to report at Queen's Park
    itre now asked to report at 8.30
    a.m. according to the following
    time table :
    Those called for Friday, the
    25th May. 1951.
    Now report on Weane*da>.
    30th May. 1951
    Those called for Monday the
    28th May, 1951;
    Now leport on Thursday, the
    31st Hay. i i
    Those called for Tuesday, the
    29th May. 1951;
    Now marl on Friday, the 1st
    June. 1951.
    Please note that those who have
    vaccination eeitincates are re-
    quested to bring them along when
    thev ore coming to be examined
    24.5.512n
    BOVRI
    makes
    good cook
    heller
    D WH1 kivcs th.i: extra flavour lo all soup*, pies and
    savoLiic- And nourishment, too for Bovrli is
    the CCaMentaad good-ic-u of hcef Bovril is also
    a ta i> iMcMdl -.prcikl-iiid. a cup ol hot Bovril
    'aily makes you feel fim \
    mt\ nfi'iil
    .iil.-.-|.ii. i,.r
    liijili germii-nlal erneirne) even in llir
    i|.iii-iiiuii-. iliw- nt>t >tain, it i-
    MSJH iflfcltlBIUallllllJ Drll.il
    DETTOL
    THE MOOIIN
    ANTISEPTIC
    e
    ADVERTISE II PAYS
    I BoLs. Cocktail Onions 0
    S j .. Cherries \
    j h, Stuffed Olives J
    > Tins CorkUil Blseults o
    \ Swift Vienna Sausages o
    .. Frank furt Sausageg >.
    J Luncheon Heel
    * rate lie Foie
    I Potted Meal
    \ 1 ft f Pt Tin Sasso Ollv
    ; Tins Caaatin
    O Pfcrs. Kraft Cheese
    I |
    | FNCE & Co. Ltd. j
    i on;.
    omi vi \i.
    SOlj'VENIKS. CURIOS,
    JEWELS
    New 8hlpment opened
    THANI'S i
    ARRIVED | SOLD!
    New Stiipirient Bold belore am Baa them at Oa delivery nf Oaa all -ai. Mi-- Maxt and
    jtr r order TO-DAY
    IMPORTANT
    NOTICE
    The Annual General Meet-
    ing nf the Barbados Cricket
    Association will le held at
    KKNSiNGTON OVAL, (and
    ntn at Queen's Park) i
    May 25th at 4.SO \
    p.m.
    Entrance by George Chal-
    lenor Stand.
    W. F HOYOS.
    Hony. Secty.
    l 5 91 Sn
    tfMtttaai at our orTW
    , Street on Friday SMh Ma/ ISSI.
    pm 1 rood 14 perch** ol laid at
    i Car ton St Jamev the proper*.
    I A I. .,.!.,

    aid coudltUna
    BANFO-JJI.
    The undrnitfnnl will iiflrr lor aale ai
    their Office. No IT. High Street, Bridge-
    town, on Friday the 19th. day of May.
    ISSI. at 1 p m
    The rfwtlliiigluxKe knowa ... "OKANr
    V'EW- -iili Ilia land thereto rontainlnn
    1 IIall 4 1/Mh I'erehea <.r thereabout*.
    Mimic at Kithaheba. Saint Joarph
    Inipecllon on applH-t'nii lu Ih*
    ( actakcr. on It,-
    FOr fuMher partlcnUo and condittoni
    ul aalr apply lo
    HUTU CATFOHD 4 Co.
    13 j m . .. .1
    UWlaTT DA1X. \-.v ,n. Koad lUndlni,
    M JJ |H'iclu' of l.ind Drllli |l hiiua.
    "imiiiiwi open verandah. I>
    IHntng roomi two brdruouu. Mliheii.
    toilet and bath
    . -ill ! ottered lor Mile U
    Friday
    I'l IH 11 \OIIIIS

    ad nn ...
    NOTICE
    ba t > nag < |e AH origmal lalaaaaia. .rf. be i.lu.ned
    i iDO* HM 111 MOVI Ml \1
    IITB till
    -
    '
    Hjag] PM -ill imtead O
    favoured le- wall help the Bailaan...
    Tauth Motement and watch ihr ir-
    i lor rlghl veraua

    Ray J
    MHB
    I \PIKt
    B GRANT.
    HI.A MOM Nl
    aaal.it Mill I ,r\ rUaUllaa
    SI Jaaeafc
    TAKE NflTKT Uutl I U
    tl,.- aBjaaaa l'lanUlton am about U ..htmi
    a loau ol ESSfl under the n
    (1 t annul the uld PlanUllon.
    in irtpeil ol the Agiicultuiai ,-,: im
    IO ISM
    :
    i | sMirn
    IS III I'l l>
    tenlion ol tl
    Cfcrl.t Churd
    u.lo the l.ee.1
    aulhoriimg I
    KOTICK
    GIVEN it: < i
    pamh ol
    MM lo be mlroduceti
    ..( ttn. fa .
    a v..
    I I pm ai Hie ggBN
    igned from whom tor
    and lurther particular,
    HUTCHIN*>N S
    Ih> obtained
    ANFIEI.I)
    17 S 11 an
    Ltd
    ---li- .>-' ,
    I.. M uggdJ i., in,,,, mi .. u, himou n
    n-pairmg ekiatlng roads and path, m Uu-
    CeaneWrv. and lav in r out
    | new road* and pjth. ih......
    ibi a* to UP* in rfleetk..
    Ill* Mortuarr cnapei in the mi,
    - lo HIM in .1,.,,
    lilt; a drainage well It, the id i .
    Ih* Said aum ao ralaed Li be repaid n
    ' mtg o ITaOaa ^ci,.
    KBiiii.riu-.iig in tin >ear ISSS. logethn
    .lib iutert -I .
    > |wr .nituln per atuuun on the pe'n'
    i ,p-il turn ..,| balance.
    thereof for the time being owing.
    Dated the Slat day ol Mav thai.
    vranwooo novec.
    Solk-ltor. lor the Ve.ti. ,.f
    Chrut Church
    H S SI in
    In Touch With Barbados
    Coastal Station
    ' >' ..... 'i. * [Wasl i iUu : i.i
    I OS I A MMMI
    LOOT
    "i K3UP Krtaa B Jt
    i
    *dverli.'. ,
    eri
    I Mil Mil I Kill II
    tKt i I I II li til
    HBRJJIV i.iv KM
    i .i*i
    MOT* r.
    upOllcatkan
    Dlraeloii ol Ui. at*
    Dtidlai t amiroo llaa-ku'
    il,,,
    . d m
    1
    iinbered
    SS I. ,
    upon the atalrawnt thai the nHgtnal
    IVitinrate No i lamaad to Ouol-
    Cameron Hawkln. under Sal
    ISM h*. been loat and '
    .
    tM IB AtJ* MCKFJIY IIIVIN
    that il witbtn Ihnt. da., i .
    heeeof no claim or reprc,
    raebret ol auch original Cg
    nade t the Direct."! th. -
    o..-rd I., oe.l arttl
    lor a dm r

    L J SetALi
    \v\oiMi;iii:\is
    Ihiraj .ui, ..- you wait
    U may onl. .. i .. .nniiiig Applv
    I'lllSOMI
    The ihiIi. i
    II i -a WHITI
    nee THOMAS, a. I
    - ri- ran
    i. tn i.i debt. In mv name
    a. b .i written order Waned Bf MS
    umn ti i.roN w,iit
    Becl "

    SIS SI lr
    MAIL NOTICE
    Ml: MAILS for Arul.i Uld
    Curacao b) K t.\i Mr
    ClOSaXJ ..I thl OSaafatml l'"st
    i :u mi :i m. on Wednesday
    MKtl Mav
    II N AHMSTKON.i.
    Colonial PiMtirutstcr
    Qajnsj 'I PCM Offlce.
    Had May, IMI.
    AUCilOW
    Nil.IVAN MINX ISM MODS!. Hi-*H. H'-l .
    IVe are intnted by the owner whrt **" ""'*"'-
    > left the Colony to auction tni. *w| I nJg Alph:
    mly done S.SO* _ ,l'
    ,ur kno.led-*j T-5!!^ _".
    I the beat I
    | ahipa through i
    Alcoa Clipper.
    a a Uraniaatad.
    ...
    . a Punta An

    Cole. Oarage on Friday t
    > p.m.
    JOHN M BLADON.
    REAL ESTATE
    JOHN
    M.
    Ill 1IIOS
    A F 8. V V A.
    Rrprrsentatlve:
    GERALII WOOIt
    Am (i.,| ihal tall, nsri it .i Kl IM ni.iie
    l.mr b-..ritf dishi ^ her
    miuritliing wuli Kl (M ii 1 Kl IM i. m
    Rid MS) M U M, ( ive aaar fassil)
    tsxra iiiiti.iuiiiii tsu Ha ... trii .i.i,
    f5*J
    1. KLIrVi It par*, tafs Milk
    2. KUM (,. without wMiiisMsa
    3. KLIM qsallty U olwayi u.ilor-i
    4. KLIfV II tlM far qroe^inq chlldraa
    3 KLIM ados Nouaiitmtm to cookio dishis
    6. KLIM it r*eam*n>e} far .atM, faa.lttf
    7. KLIM II of* i- HM ipeelolly pocked *M
    8. KLIM it prod-t-d HaSjSf ttrlcv*tt coatral
    Sore Mouth
    Loom Bloody Tooth
    ding Oama. Bora Mouih an.1 Laaaa
    t, M ulh or i-th-i- aoiiia I-..I ill....
    ,iii ak i* lal.r cauar ,nur H.ih
    Itnliii' |{h'umatlani
    I-...,.:.
    . Brat "
    llghlrl
    money bark an faturn of rmptt pack-
    A ||..|'.M "'"'"' V'f"",.
    fr PycrrkisTr.ncli H.wlfc
    FURNISH
    NOW AND SAVE!
    Hencw
    VanlUei
    DlnUi*. Kit.l-cn S".,.| -
    Fancy Table.. Chi-
    Br-li^-. I CSBIII asBJBltaJl
    up, Wafjona Sewing B.i.k.
    lemoveable Stand. MM.
    rseaka. Bikeaae.. BooBiac
    1 Urge Olaaa-eaMa well divided.
    OfBce Chair*. Mat* tl SO
    TO-DAYS NEWS HASH
    III! i i:n Ivl il r. Hl'RlNO
    ANNUL I9SI
    lentuiinc the South Africans
    an,i the Ml' (' in AUaTtraUa
    4/4
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    TII1'RM>\V. M \Y 21 l'l-, 1
    CARLTON. DEFEAT JAMAICA 43
    \f,'.',;:*,'.*.'.::-.
    Jamaica football team suffered their first
    iur when they wore defeated 4
    i'i ''' ' =____________________
    wnL-hed the
    ._. ihe*n
    tinglon Stand dur-
    A l;ni..
    on. Hi ;hu>s but
    troni II
    in* flay.
    inside right, and G
    i
    can' uiitstandlnj
    ime. Lucas
    ,;. for his
    1 ne. lie

    *isse also played well toi their
    .heir 1ir>I
    I
    Malcolm " 'hp'r
    ...ilv.
    Hi>tii teami showed go
    I u

    ihe goal*
    | io '
    Tour goal* .vere rant ..,., then
    SPORTS
    WINDOW
    Fill 'Mi !.'- KIIMHI
    rooTBAii. *.s-.n, iii"N
    I -**.< M.. MU.
    ' Pcmm,* i
    "Pen" Bennett Made A
    T.T.C. Steward
    The
    Una
    _ nd eolourf. .. TTC and foil.....
    f Mr O, P. Ten' a-nn.ni 00up by beinjr Sterter net |
    Indian turl too another dramatic turn when last British Giuan.i It ia also of
    he w> elected o .,,,1,. that tovanfti the
    I of his riding and train! rut
    ^jrfnFJuh. .1V."'.V" PubUahar a*!
    the Trinidad Tmi Club held it | ,. ... ,i (l,-
    AhhI.,,1.
    i' 'i'i taldad ha u

    Other ofli.c-i. ul th. i tub
    elaetad .it tha tame unie were
    Hll MiKiimr Mr Ju
    ii ti., ii l 3
    ..<-!, ron-
    Idc Th*i vmm
    ...... ,.., _.... ...
    Ihrlil tha the ,,,,,. i;..:*l
    rowd.
    / The tlaiiM-
    i mm the
    . Cm I'.
    A ,,.,, ihi Jamalei

    the ball nuanem
    an topi
    few minutes tlKJ h:u\ then .bird
    r aL Bright han fouled S i
    .rlter* goal .tea and Jamaica '- ""^^ -^T^vi^ '' 1934 *">n his mo,,.
    Ml u>.chance jo nn. The J- ~ "!-,"',.' A i .
    broke hi- ihouldeT and had <
    fell at the start of i
    and broke W hip I
    rode ami. one ml almo I
    in n..- -ui.
    rid* uj pro
    1 tomtonal -(.,.. i ,......ke
    an to >.w
    ring, but there wai no further "j= "frq\n"'ih*o*''iui I
    :...;,...::.; ^
    Tfi learnj wen The aaaaol p i niteti n
    rarlfoH King, Bright .rfefincdy, ,,,. aijnoal unique In that ha
    v.,,. Pramricnt: Mr C
    K.C., Slew..id; Ml G
    . were Ull pressing, but do Nobriga. (Reward; Hoft, .1 i.
    ., fight tn reach CaritOffl'l M I*. K I
    Sauo climaxed one ->f The niieling Wl
    Iheir Hue movements during IhJ lion >( 'he CammlttM
    hall with .i powerful right fool m placing i baj at '
    hot, which King lumped up and t routes [torn lawn framed
    niireiy poshed ova the crm -bai ... in,, i t i
    llh ..ii i \ttiuWit right hand, lW,ii thai is an ouuall
    i wag kepi ui. and down ,,,. A(,llh hall
    the field tor tha rait '( the eve- H.,,-,*^5. ,,.( i -1m.
    ill
    roe Clever paaatng lound th
    lton'1 RrtBl are
    j tryin*
    Hutohlnaon, h Clairmonte, ,.,. ,,( ,,. r,,^ gontlainan wl
    W. Marshall. K- HutOtlhiaon, hlVr ,.v,,, ridden M ,,,,
    N I. Lucas, a H Hutcbtnaon, .,.kPV ,lri i,ltri. bacama
    !t. HutchiiiM.n. j WUllami Sl,... i,
    ;Uiair.. fppte, Kxcel, Hayhss. , racln| in BU] .......
    event i throw- in ul
    the whole rating caraer ot tt>i
    gj I-.,* nan
    it... lo OH
    f;i.m oniciai Starter Io Steward
    pen paraonallUai In
    . an aojual iw i' ......I
    Parchment. McLaan, nnu>i
    Miller, N.irnvr. DaCoata. Mali
    ;:. 1.1.1 H I
    the 1
    ard to intercept
    ng on for
    . Kjt then
    rft goal. DaCostn. plnylng at m-
    .,.,lv i .ulrolled ii p.i'-
    f-om the rich! wing and Iwating
    Iton backs, he aha from
    iruje. King stretched out
    ..ill length but the l>ll found the
    Amiilrnr
    Paiicp Hold
    Sports Finals
    Foolball Match
    This Morning
    hi
    The I'ohre I eld some of the
    Bj nabj at Kensington o
    Tuaaday wwriUns. Tha Sp
    taka plajca CI May |1, Visiting
    Trinidad RotKo w-ill uke parl
    The ri'sulti; of
    First riding an .in an it
    I Tathcr who owned a string of
    M later took
    fcsiional llconcc a a teckaj and
    not long attar baqawa -i trainar
    St. BAHNABAS and St. Mat- m wrj| When hia father wen' fi! mm rilH rii
    miaa will be engaged m Mot- ut of rating ha bacama an ownai ,TnZ, / rshr'he,d 3
    ..all match this morning al Hart 1- afl frail and therefore eombined '; ,l,Pn",un' ./ -She,>herd. 3
    the three. In addition to th he ~" ,^ ,um_
    Following are the laami; subiequenti, became a braodor Of M_.,|Ja RnTi- 1 nJ.i_
    St. MalthUa: b. Turton, II. O. raca EotMl H the ohle, hortCJ 1B if u ?I;h
    Williama. O. G. liurko, C Grant, with which he had begun racing '" l.lllii, ti. w,i.m
    light after. They brought the ball ,.. W. Smlth,],. Crimea. V. WatU, vere retired to the stud In a p.J7B. aSLavrf
    spile of Jamaica a good A ^ Q K Dan,e, [J TT C programme -.1 tha early }>']- 2 Beat. 3 Howard -
    .Miaxed the '<>'>v'- c.reene. V. Dottin. (Coloured thirties it was therefore f>
    ment with HuUhlnaon at insWc mMwtm% lo ,, thc name of the u
    cliiaslc which had been bred.
    The game quickened. The Carl-
    ton forward*, now nlrcly com bin-
    nude a very successful attack
    ' *" e ball
    good
    inside
    lull with hia chent and tried n ..llevne, Jamea Alleync. V .Here,
    powerful right !'' ihoV Foot. i'.. Kirton, E. Jones. C. Mai'lanrl
    m goal for Jamaica could not get r cjollop. (White shirts)
    , It and l thf nets. p|ay ftarts t g o'clock.
    ,iison. Perhaps i
    High Jump
    1 Beat; 2 Shannon; 3
    5 feet 6'* inches.
    Heats for the 100 and 220
    Rouse
    Cricket Meeting
    Tomorrow
    The score was then one- all
    Both teams kept the speed up
    unii It v.** not long bafora another
    C irllon.
    In .i tine forwnrd mov.inenl bl
    Carlton. Luck bad got the ball
    under his toes asain. He was about
    to ftwxjt when he wan intercepled
    by Jamaica's full backs. A melee
    | with goalkeeper Foot*
    hing on the ground. Parchment.
    . nipt io clear, pushed the
    ball into the DCtl The score was
    now 2 I in Carllon'a favour
    Jamaica was playing well but rnlroi
    Canton wn getting the bttter of -1.30 pm
    the game. Lucas made aerloua Dunn-, ttw meeting Cricket
    threats nt scoring which the J;i- TroplueK will be presented to
    malca back* cleared or the goal- Wanderers, winners in the Firat
    keeper saved with no IKUo <<-- Diviai.m last season. Y.M.P.C.,
    C*i tht Other hand, Jamaica had winners of the Intermediate mid
    ome opportunities nt shooting, but Fmptrc. who headed the Second
    their effort! were luilblled in the Division.
    Mime waj King did some nice The Association will also re-
    I ivfng .. eaive the Annual Report and Ac-
    About live minutes before the toUnts, elect officers and the
    interval. Jamaica eol in the equal- Hoard of Management for the
    l: was a lovely right foot ensuing year.
    poaa.ble at the end of' one of thoaa '' ' racc>t wrn "lso held
    ma rears fnr hia name to head __^_^^^^^_^
    the list <>r winning breeder*.
    wners. trainers and jockey.
    Uhilt he was still riding and
    I raining, hii ion Steve Bonnett
    leeame leading lock*) In tha
    South ( ..ribbean
    Barb.imis i.u log anthusiaati
    will nu doui.t recall U at Ben
    _ nett'a career as a Jockey was not
    the Barbados Cricket Asao- n|y succeMful hul full of
    iation, at IU 17th Annual den- ((rani-t,P incidents Who will for-
    ral Meeting at Kensington to- ffi his victory on the half bred
    sorrow evening, will elect two mirt Cowbell when he nDtehed
    epresentativcs to serve on the woh 88ddle and weights in one
    Indies Cricket Board cf h ^ and lhu nlnt ln ,h# othar?
    The meeting begins at (,ls ,W1( ,pectacular falll ofl
    Rambolma. not to mention the
    numerous occasions he eompletel)
    outwitte.1 other rldata with hb
    eapert iinmipulatum of the pace
    of a race.
    In latter years on raurement
    from racing ho became Sat at
    rardi
    West
    hot by their centre forward N.u-
    elsw; all alunR the ground it went.
    . ceived the pass
    W winger Basao
    m an inside-nghl position.
    King in goal did not move
    Half line law the wore at two
    Second Half
    Both teams reaurned li
    the odd goi i ComWnatl
    forward lines was good.
    Carlton v.i- lucky t" eci the
    first goal after the Inti rval "'
    waa by waj of a penalty K-tdch
    Lucas snfeiy placed In the not
    : .
    eentre forward SnaUy i*nt right M h'"T ** % ;n;,',h":
    back Excel and acorcd The-con "" pia>ed at the OvaL rmui
    w< id wa. still nwmted but
    Jan d. i then began to press. In Judging from the correspondence
    I ui between the Q.P C.C .
    and the Trinida.l Cricket Assoe-a
    tlon. it wmild appear that the
    Thai meeting was onginallv to
    take place at Queen g Pgrk but
    as the Park Is being used KM
    emigration work, it was neceasary '
    lo change the venue.
    Mr. W. F. Hoyos, Secretary of |
    the Barbados Cricket Association,
    told the Advocate that more than
    :'0 players circularised regarding
    "king lor ,ours t Trinidad and British i
    ,n iii hotn Qiiiang , jU)y dn(( SmtembCr n
    iU\ely, are available for both '
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    i..i cm.- 'our only.
    He said; "However. ;, mag has i
    ari.sen in the negntialmns >.....
    tint or the uncertainty of the i
    \\ hat's onToduy
    lib F.xcellrney thr tiovrrn-
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    Exhibition al (ombermere
    Bey*' > in.ul at 10.08.a.m.
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    at Queen's Park3 Oil p.m.
    First Football Teal belwren
    Jamaica and Barbados at
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    meet the fall. Ill l m.
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