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PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE TIH'KMIAV. MAY ill ARCTIC PRINCE' WINS DERBY Photo Finish for Second And Third Positions (From VERNON MORGAN) t:rsoM DOWNS, kmy, May 30. JOSEPH MrC.KATIl of Kir* carried ofl Bi .tain's rich est ever Derby when his colt Arctic Prince cantered awav from a huge field to win easily by six lengths. Arrtic IVince started at 28 1. After a photo, the 50 I outsider Sybil's Nephew was placed second and the Irish colt Signal Box. a 20/1 chance, third. Thirtv-lhree ran. The Irish owned c.lt i mined in England by Willie Stephonson and ridden by the English jockey Charlie Spares took the lead after rounding Tattenham corner and won the 172nd running of Britain's n'p.itest race without ever being challenged. None of the fancied horses iinisliivl HI the first four and it was left to I-ord MUford'l Sybils Nephew, a coll of unesjrte.lt. to take second pla' iniii i i mi s ni>\M> Water Polo Opens Next Week The 10S1 Water Polo season begins on Tuesday, June 5th Eight men's team* and five ladies' teams have entered for the two ccmpelitioiis. The men's teanv""'m"i. ..re. Snappers. Swordfish. Flylm*^', ,* B f ... !rl ,h Two Tlfh. Bonltas. Barracudas. Police. i ul Harrison College and WhippRays. The Ladies' teams arc Goldfish, Starfish, Sea NymphMermaids and a team from th< t*rsultne Convent. Thousand Guineas winner Signal Box Briyht Sun the Barbados Aquatic Club, by kind permission af the management. Matches will be played on Tuesdays. Thursdays and Friday The ladies will play one mil.li On Tuesdays and %  omtthnts two O' Fridays. The men will ploy on Tuesdays and Thursdays. After a Toaily Arctic morning, wnlch inspired many punteis to ?Ug2rUZ£lB?£ %  >•* %  £• ,h r w Mulling brightly m^ the near record field went to the' post watchc'l by some 500,000 people Including the Queen and other members ol the Royal family. Arctic Prince is a son of the 19 French Derby winner Pride* Chevulier out of the marc Arctic Sun. Officially placed fOUrifa Wt Ameriun owned Le Tyrol from FI.HMC. the) bat) of the five horses which had crossed the Clcmnel in a bid to win the 120.000 first prig*. Several horses were fractious at the start including Gordon Richards' mount Stokes. ZUCehero the mount of the flflecnyear-old boy Lester Piggott, and the A.'.i Khan's FT %  Du Bois who w a a finally left several lengths Crocodile finished fifth. UVent %  .ixth. Nyangal seventh. Sun Cnmnew l ,nss t'ighth, Turco ninth. Ex%  n a iieditious tenth and Areot last JOAN UANOIO, Argentine xbu< driver, humming over the -Jlvsratone circuit. Nortli>mptonhlre. England, in ini miperchargad Alfa Romeo at he won the first heat of the International Trophy Rare for Orand Prix Can Oangto, who broke the track record three Utaes. won the heat at > speed of more than ti2 mile* an hour. HI* bout lap wan 92 20 mile* an hour. — Erprt$$. There will be a special General Meeting of the Water Polo Association at the Barbados Aquatic Club this afterBoon at b o'clock. One of the Items on the agenda n to decide whether the Heaaou should not be postponed for a couple of week* due to unforeseen circumstance*. W.I. Batting Well In English League Weekes, Holt. Martindale I (Mi's; Rickards 83, Marshall 75 Wint Beats Mc Bailey MIDDLESEX. May SO. An unexpected clash batWVfln i the greatest attractions 'u British athletics lo-day — E. Mc Donald Bailey of Trinidad and Arthur Wint, Jamaican Olympic 400 metre champion — pro.ided %  thrilling conclusion to a fashionable Church Girls' Brigade Sports The Church Girls' brigade heM their Annual Sports at Codringtoo College on Empire Day and the All Sa.nts" Company won the Cup. The Rally, of which the sport. formed part was well attended and a service at the St John's Church preceded the open-air activities Companies of the Church Lads' Brigade attended and arranged and supervised the programme for the girls. PRIZE LIST CUM I-H Jemmolt .All Saint• Ciaaa ll-Q Cumberteirh S-. Andrew 1 *!. Clan III-Mavia Clarke 'St Claownt •> Clan iV Mitimr G.UoCU.i V CW Cummin* St. ClrnwrU •' Relay Hate i-A1l iUlnU Urk RIM* iJnrtl—N Carter it*. Leonard "si Satlt Rare IgSSSf— %  BlBchnva" • Society. Vlrlrl. laidonlrr. Unrti—M OUIl'i i All Saint*' Vittili Ludorum i*an>'—M Cli'ke oxing promoter readily agree with trainer Goldman that Jinofi Is "a glutton fur work." Hi ion starts the day ;.t I M gJD. and within a few minutes is hard at his road work in Hyde Park a few OLDSTERS FEAR CRICKET DYING VICTORIA. British CoJ White bSUfwd, tAC-n tnnan*—the breed thag rightly or wrongly gave thii city Its designation of being more Engirt? than England"—are dwpreased. Cricket la on the way out as one of the recognised sports here. The pessimiaU predict it won't be long before Hump* ore drawn for the la-t time One of the chief reasons for the decline of cricket here is that the elementary schools no longer include It in their list ..f playground activities. They used to, but n boy was hit on the head by y cricket ball and his scalp was cut. Cricket was summarily banned as being too rough. Then there's ihe question of supply. There is no manufacturer of cricket equipment In Canada and during the Second World War It was impossible to -*et it from Britain. And "upstart" sports such as lacrosse, baseball and hockey art shoving the ancient game out of the picture, here at least. Victoria's team in the Pacific Coast Hockey League drew bigger crowds last winter than any other city in the circuit. It is lust 101 years since cricket ma Introduced to Victoria by Cant. W Colquhoim Grant, the flist independent settler on VauMuvei [fluid. With its equable climate Victoria long has been the home of many laUltaj Ml including a good proportion of British service pensioners. The gam* thrived in the friendly atmosphere. N< W its different. One veteran DOWler explained 'ir the youngster* do not play, then %  • a short time until there will be no players at all. At It was played in the school there was a steady supp lowers of the game from which the regular teams could draw i.ply ha> dried up." Thrives fclsewhere Elsewhere in Onad.' the aporl is thriving. Tor the last there lias teen a dominion championship tournament among teams from most of the provinces, won last year by the Ontario eleven. Ontario heat the British Columbia team 121—94 OP the final day of plr; nipeg last summehamploii %  ok third place. The game in Canada will get lip from the t Marylebone Cricket C. tier. The tourists arrive MegttMa) July 31 and the M.C.C. meets represent;,| nadian elevens at Toronto, Calgary and Vancouver. The tourists will also play at Ottawa, St. Catharines and London. Out. Winnipeg, Edti ti, it C EVERTON WEEKES Was in a run-Kettmjj mmxl wliep match between ihe l^ndon Poly; slrldPS from his hotel. He never ACCrlnRlon Visitwi BHCUp, writes Clyde Walcott in his lechnlc Harriers and the Unldoes less than seven miles, when %  ad Snappers, last year's Cup winners though they have lost tho Manning twins to Harrison College have unearthed some talent jiiti they seem to be comfortable posltlcn as the 19M season opens Flying Fish who finished second last year have two bjfnVCOITiejT They ;.ie still looking for one or two more players. Barracudas, Swordfish and Honilaare In more or less the fame position as Flying Fish Police and Harrison College will be entering teams from their 'tanks'. For Harrison College Ibil is the lint lime they will be entering the game as a team, but Uuy have several experienced placers who have been playing water polo for two or three years. Then team Is a group of keen youngsters and much is expected of them when clf-# the season gets going. Whippo Rays are making their debut to " water polo. Player* of this team are mostly from Black Rock and „ l9 the Paradise Beach Club area Eighty per cent of the ladles 1.4*1 nlavmc water polo this season started training about six week) ago lor the first time. The nthei ,, twenty per cent, began playing lost n 1? November when Trinidad sent a -—r ladies team to Barbados The laJJ J, dies have taken to the game like 1S a duck to wour. Beyond all hopes they have shown that they can r %  plav the game, and ore Improving j," every day It Is anticipated that n eonipetition Ijetww-n these five teams will )*• greater than the competition between the men's teams. The winner half In 5 seconds. covered 'he nih 2 minutes 39 and 'f —geuter. report on Ihe Lancashire League names plaved cm WhitKriday and Saturday. He scored a great 132 not out In rapid time, and Bacup were able io declare at 238 for 7 wickets. Haymer did well (o take 5 wickets for 82 runs Acmiigton lost B wkl* In MOTWitt Wiilrott scor-d 23 not out. "'f, J .. IU 1 *"•" l,mp "f J. K. Holt scored a brilliant called. Haymer hitting g-1 U ll bagg century against East Lancashiiv en 6S and Carter 47. Weekes loo!; and could have 1 .vkt for 49 runs inltted. Regatta On Saturday versity of London here to-night, he feels he has earned his breakAt the enn ot the 300-yards race fast, which was a thrill from start to When most of London is takinu ftntin. Wint won barely by a yard, lunch, he is testing two hulking His time of 31.1 seconds was sparring purtners, boxing two fast rxcellent in view of the wind. and fierce rounds with each. Although Bai'.ey appeared to be Brion spares his own pi.ndu-* drawing away as they hit thr but he demands that his sporrlne I time perhume „traight. Wint calling upoi paitners give ail Ihey can. With ten ywdi to *". Baili-v improving rapidly as %  boxer who' appeared to heck suddenly and tops Cesar by at least u couple I Wint just edged to the tape first inches and weighs something like ,11 the programme, a couple of stones heaviei; Wint had won 800 yards in 78.2 Herman certainly hits hard bul %  reconds and. he said. "I felt so '>'* complaint agains Brio, •anguished after this race, that 'bat 'he never seems to be there 1 need some fast work, so I whe n, be"'"* punches BOXERS LEAVE FOR BUENOS AIRF3 NEW TOKK World Feather v. %  Charlie Job for Buenc.\ %  six-week tour. Each boxer ha, six I'.HhK scheduled. —Hruier Thw plwoon way to quick reltwf from ACID INDIGESTION influenr.a The twelfth Regatta of Ihe rent season will be leiiled Saturday under the auspices of tht a ea Royal Barbados Yacht Club. Handicaps and starting times are as follows:— tinned Out for don 150 minutes to get tlu „ I .own-house in their match Th'-y scored 196 for 6 wkts. when Ilaslingdcn. Husllngden stumps were diawn batted tlrit and were all out f. 148. J. K. Holt lop -cored witli Culmwas without %  prof* M, his first half-centurv for the sional against Uiwerhouse.t Hi: veacon. Marshall bowled 5 oVwTI Allr > fmctured his linger duiiny for 28 runs without taking on' 'be week DOOOhlnfl and will '*' wickets. Lowerhousf WvrO Ul OU 1 'it of the game (Or %  %  . %  t>. for Pi* runs. Marshall was l.b.w. to Colnc hatted first and declared at Holt for II. ThU victory gjv,102 for 7 wkls. l^>werhou( rv Hailingden their first win of ths play. Roy Mar are li'iught I would lake m ^hc 800 — tteuter. Ma. Illl attrocttve mninps Hawser rijs Van Thorndvk. .31 Morra Olair Itawal > IS Oktipt Oltvf Blowoni :a On Saturday Rodcllffe won al shall played home to Heywood. Although ior „ %  M ^^^ Frank Worrell did not get goin/ > %  A. Martmdale scored a cenHadelifTe were able to score lRi ,urv " Saturday m the Bolt..n runs. Worrell was caught in tlv 1-wgfUO. "*" slipa off George Pope for 6 rim Vrilo Heywood were all out for 111 Living KadellfTe their second win sw of the season. Worrell took one wuket for 18 runs. One of the mysteries of Leagucricket ia the absence of Bonny liamndhin's nnihe frqm the limelight. Crompton wenbeaten, this tune t-> Milnow. relta••:• -i Mos'lys XI Gets ll Innings Lead MR MOR MOSEI.Y'S !t*nm •pund 11 llrnl innings kod over Mr. Fr-mk Taylor's XI when Ihctr anmn u. .. % %  . .... j......... rrickrl mulch tndrt al Ihe Mrallie di'lra: wns due 1„ :, 1,1 run,.,| Hospital. W i n n I n I ID S. Africu Recovers .\ftcr Bad Start ILFORD, Essex. May 30 The South African criekctei'. nfter lonini; Rv wukets for 48 runs, scored 3JS for 9 wlcketa on |ht ll i da) i I UMli match against r Essex hue tuday. They wire chiefly indebted to r John Walte 128. Athol Rowan 40 ( 1'iul Hugh Tayfield 88. wno J_ brought aloat a revival afn r tlu earlier batsmen had failed against the p-tce iHJwling of Trevor nailcy and Ken Preston, and tbe spin ol K Peter Smith.—Heater. K ) a Imp >e Red i i 1 a aa i*t VclltVW a s roily BaallUIII Srcl i lw*.mp F4l.ll 144 -, a n*H.nllei ltf C 1 K S4 1 M,.. li.l:... front 1 **..hak ia Vrllotv C 11 Majf*iii Dawn 3 4T Red stand between Hill Cockbum (I0S t,. ss rnrt out) and Edgar Robinson (73 not rut i. Milnow declared ,u 101 for I kl Ha m ad hi n*& retum w.ti one for 71 in H overs. Cnmipton were all out m 78 minute for 71 IUIIN. Cockbum taking 8 for Tl. Ill the UMHeafdgla league. K Frank Tnylor'i G2 runs. O. Fields top-scoring with 23. Bowling for Bob Moselv'leant K McLeod capliuctl (out %  wicket?, (or 16 run* and G Allamby. three for II i :<:ini replied With 110. C. Allamby top-scored wilh abkards who is in brilliant bat26, S. Dene/a '.'2 and K Wajtcag (i..^ %  Ra-ni 141 Yellow Traffic D' No. IS OIVB. 1:1 .i i v. ATTENTION TO VOl'R BRAKES, STEERING AND TVRES space made available by CANADA DRV far Safer Motoring. ting form scored 83 on Hturdaj — Another Century — %  verton Wivke. followed hi 132 not out wilh 142 not OUl ignlnst Hlshton— Sinx'ibly con 'Idenl. the ebony sco^-builde; plnjcd every ball with tbe) < i] ulat.'il pMOkdon of h llnely ad .usie.1 machine, A flick of thou lamed urists. and on efforlle.. •wind o' Ui.it imbed Uxly—ami away the ball winged to the boundary," Bacup dix-lured at 260 for u wkts., leaving Rishton more tin.. than Ihey had taken. Rlshto' lartcd playing for | draw bnl with ten minuti's to play and th. %  cot* r 't 108 the tenth wicket fell giving Bacup Ufcfll Utt w:n .i DM season. Walcott Bowls Enfleld had their first w ,n 4 ih<> MetWn on Saturday in tin n I'D a match wilh Act! im;ton. In two hours Accrington were dUl""•"" armed and I Mick in the Pavilion a* ti 'c iiria.iL' ,riiw '" ; meagre total of Til runs on M.H.S. WINb ACJAIN H ood wicket. Chief factor Io Modern High School defeated Rnfleld'^ glory day Wtg lit Lyneh's Secondary Scb.anl at bowling of Clyde Walcott win Modem High School grounds csptmed 6 wkts. for 30 runs in ITyesterday afternoon by a margin rMffn Rayroor. Acrrtngi1 of 23 points to 13. The ModOrn fe.Hional was caught behind tit High School team with only one wicket off Walcott for a ••duck more match to play has so I MMd Bad no difhVulu m pas been undefeated. UfJ the score for the Jen.-, of i v: iC' i.i prored UM most %  a let f..i (frank Tayloi a "aking four wickets for :i2 xr inns god S Rudder two for 23. In then -t'cond turn nt the wicktt Prai oi \i luwetoed up 28 rims foi the lost wickets. E Md4XKl three f.i N and V. AU.irnb. OM lot si* What's on Today Police Court* 10.00 a.m. Speech Day al Ouern's Cell--i.t 3.00 p.m. Annual Police Sports at Kensington Oval: : ' p m. B.F.F.A football same: 5.00 p m. Basketball Second Division: LB.K. vs. Modern High School at Modern Hlih School and Barbados Reslmenl vs. Pirates at Harrisen College 5.00 p m. Mobilr Cinema Show at Husbands Plantation yard, St. Lucy 8.00 p.m C IM MAS r.Uba—"l.llllr nhuil" anS "Cor.i" aaS "tanant lir.>n n... iiria,-t.-n — "The ,.,. %  -.. %  M riair iOUIIiiii-"Hlrlkr *l ssel %  oieiia r t — r>a njj—iii Seal at steles' "l'eS>r(>*r WMIM'— I :t SIS B.B*. i.. .i l, rl HHf" ami %  .... |.UnS "—SJB p.m .,...!.. lleb—'-t'BlB-nil* Jar "San. Bai. BBS SO arii flung over at his principal Brion is thoroughly enjoying his first visit to Britain but Is Ilnding a little difficulty about meals. Meals do cause I lUlH MaMffRI he admiU, but he quickly %  dfll that he has no real complaints He says philosophically: "British fighters get along with them So can I." — neuter. GRENADA WINS GRENADA. May 30. Grenada won six of seven scheduled matches this afternoon. Lennard Hughes beat Hugh Lartigue 6—0, 8—3, Roy Hughe? beat Edward Martin 8—2, 8—0, Clifford Date and Laurie Comissong beat Edgar Edwards and Lee We--coli 0—3. 6-3. St Vincent and St. Lucia play to-morrow Italians Beat Brazilians PARIS, May 28. Brazilians. Roberto Cardozo rod A. Procopio were heaten In the second round of the men doubloi in the French lawn tenni* championships hei-e to-day. Thev went down after a great five-set tussle with Italian Dnvi Cup ulavers. Rolando Del Hello and Fausto Oardini who won ((.j. 4_e. *—6, u. 4 and 6—3 —Reuter. THr rroriWiK t'up ltt-alta will held on ThiirBdaj tUi Jon. 1*41 H mjun iiANMi'-TKn They'll Do It Every lime By Jimmy Hatlo "WM. %  MEN A?Pi^STB*. WAS T^BNTV uoeooY WAS GOOD esoush: ""-oe HERACCORO\S TO V.AMA"" M lew OL'S HERONC IS tuxryAHO S T ILL UNMITCWeD. 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TIU'R-.|>i. \m II 1*51 i\i:n.\im< vi.v.* VII l-vj.i nun i I AM) WILL BE I \KI\ OVER I OR MARKET etnMy Tuesday passed a Resolution %  i nment. • %  vet of land CM Uriel by Hon Mrs Muriel Hanwhell. Th* Add that in accordance wnli the I Ml 5 of the Land AcquisiLCt, l<*49. the the Legislature is for the ..cquisitiun <>f an area of land at Ea&le Hall tor the purpose s,>l out in the Resolution. U.S. Workers Grt Large shun* Of NullOliul lid %  HimWASHINGTON, DC Lined cm%  %  much larger share oi idrnig the %  %  ..-. Wtl %  %  %  %  II I proposed lt iooa land is acquired by th. Q mem to Iggeg it I Vestry .1! .1 (. %  .1 1-1 kid oi .' 11 is the .mention of the I ment to p istrtet market.*, allowing thr Vestries to build. maintain and control them" V.. c* 1 as well Medical Officer had been UUMIV snjsaj -nig rites for : %  1 meat. % %  I %  A hoi raerabers would re%  other, %  111I1 we* pans ha inthe Vnury in.right to 1 the* B •• arere recem%  %  < .i ... Carrington*g Village, and 11 Milk Mario I %  i placea aowew r, had yet bcvii way of actual erection. that "I the wor ke rs. Tho first attempt was now being The lluntKHMfs Must 8*U To ItVlran DarwiiTfl Rout*? %  On the m D hegiannig of utv <* the %  %  .1 nave to ** %  > liorne, M* M pay death tfutSM nut global cruise thai will -night. *ea-route followed nv... t naturwill see .0. arcd JNUHIH %  The Earl .,.„.. %  %  8 A (ii %  nmiy mane* .... M U SNT. 14.000 .. have been ,t 1 ..red am%  I I will be km ,i which the geoeraphi<.ii rhi %  1 .1 ago i 1.000.000 I Hue son the Seventh Earl **td tn view ol .1 possible oil shortage, do you think we ( Mile mate in tho engtf 3 and lo&s on the cai I .I. . • PASSAGE PAYMENT GOES UP hlotxt 1 ra ttsfusion Centre O/wnwi In Marliniuiw • 10.6 per cent, i.f the national in %  %  %  The Ho A -.-I mbl resestitioB rebe pel** ..-klT"!,,''!^ Sfif? j %  ol pa>%  ajls 11..11 was one dolb "• ,m, r a : quays Eoai rim was ft 11 ment .is lieiug too exor' had thereffirv "A" SgS+m mii., km h* .. r .. .i,-.i r„, h n laung 10 in Dr. H. fjk Cmnmiiu (l.i Who t'h.k charai ol UM Resolution seM IIKU It toual %  %  %  iir(iiw|r |-i.-• -. -__ have .. neM.iiit.Qi, %  o' "" % %  ''""'• ^V ISO i %  Ible to 1 %  1 %  l! • Ilka the present the Bite, per cent, of the HV. tr.l (HMhUrd (f) MUd ir, bul 3.000.he iHi rcwi lasi linking an attempt . w 1 .i,,. iiruvuled hi aid have to Ininsumrlent. UM present form. 1 A. %  i iv ami should be u ... mt that < pal 1 %  '•-'. %  -i could 1 anch "i the Fran rhich will pta} iiu Pasteur Inetllute. \\ Jker*a V< a tion U&UBlllg t ma>iih"-'I HM T I..1 II.1I%  %  unue ID 1 %  antre cs K 1 Martuuqua t. I t 0.0-. %  1 .... ; about threui 01 loeaj For Thr Honour Of Britain who nets I 1..000 will .111 <>t I:. %  •OCW. \ %  erew, saw sfUl aa the ten%  -ire I n lUu I %  m i i^,. ipssre u> loktra Calva inlet .HI the < i wesset win bead %  1 1 Kin %  pautuiav* < 1 nniln tnrouj wsnil J ftiH'T 1" t-Ti.lt M. MarCOLL %  i.f UM Col I I %  %  rne Bnal imptenwnwtton f "ti H not ><-i %  Mr. A, R. S. I.rwis (L) mat the nnrt Impreaatoo of the ,, (sK „, lhl cll -n oixler t0 WhiCO the Hvsnlulio* kx -, (k Illlla T ,.. [ion*.*, ad the Oovernrn nt to pay that the present 1 l^-ss for Landlord The proportloii going to landThe land at Eagle Hall they all {!! %  1 km %  !,( anyone who really knew to 1 4 |>er cent. 0 m ••' land ill St. Michael ChVi would rem: m lollar %  souars foot was World Wi 11 and whlcn not too high tot Oovernraent to • I II m effect in "winy |f Knew that the land op|fc posits the site at Eagle Hall had wbethe hut bs noticed that It mcnl Minted for IB:O. 1 1 high %  n s last year, their part from BS per cent In 1929 to 8.1 %  rordmg i economists, that the dynamic brand c.f Amen. 'cnt from thoi 1 .mimunist Under Ih I %  tl* of blOIKl 1hal formed. Mtb Iteen sold i.1 one dollar 1 "" and twenb inaro foot. HospiUil. '" That would mve some mdfcatlon %  ub) be SM (or it the sftO for the market lUHda pel kg S merorth. rled couple, and Ua 1 sSowance for each child where Mrs. Ilanvchell Willing •„ %  .. swenstd hV hoped that some SUCb I 1 HansCnell tn only too would be adopted. Willing to sell this land at what He ubaerved too, that Wnce •lored a reasonable price, the new rate uilt bscone DOa II. believed thai the price was not erative ai from April I. ItWO; the pui up bv her but by people who (louse -hmild be given son\e id<> %  ?!" .'"7 !" 'Vh^e advised her end had a better of what toll back pay would nrntmlrt knowledge of real estate than she amount to. had „„.„. II,waidd raggl m.i h. Ml ,££Sd be l.rgOT and Urjer lh.rc. -'•"• ih.( ompuljory Acqiulhf.n Kllord. and C.BIUI Ac, had to bo used la .cqu.re this UM „,„,. ol vvlu.t, jhouMh... .,d nnd ninny people 10 whom lijiu.1 KM, fell wa* not exorbitant [. Jo ,„ lh r (iilU'i lilr IK-11 would gel lhi.1 ami ll man (ran many personi. wWlnl r,. land lie knew many 1 •" !CD I given tn It In tl -, : Metropolitan Lrranee. n%  He oi" not know II oa Veri ol during On of lbs l were affected or centre, it i 1 be made In NEW v< >RK tan i77ti. durl aUtUonar> a s r ajnarican Q ene r s 1 v was Psken n . He was wo ss aded Hi the arm I .1 month later in B .III p %  • %  %  %  I .., 1 tii' BIS ncal council btek said W.K.dhuii. I nii.ii.iii> LMUsh omeet rot u .... King VI vhen Mi eel liemI" 1 S.Pin.' %  hntish h %  111 thr United I fee .1 -ti-.ii. iew the Inserip-j snethlni '"' %  %  mistrntive Hi H] (Ing lnt< 1 ..!.! %  .. and can Oftlcer-. thai 1..) plasma bank : being .iniount -#oi to 'late by ioi enough ii < % %  da It is hoped. Will ll .,) //arbour Log IS CARUSE &AY • with tin hnce, • ill get Dt .1. .ii multarj honou iih r: onvineln WicMihuii reeerrs I W ound "while | pt.ll. % % %  Anl Sal 11 •• h ssUasj fi> Im :>li St'arrh I or \\ ilil Sugar (.'aiiis niv doubled As 1th* GovernMganisations travelling between %  %  PVorte Rico), ui I sporting ilxtures Mr. A. E. s. Lewis cL) said that or_other commitments. 1 si lie could not agree witn oovcm" %  faS S'lT" in tiiK period the UA nation ,, (lK the Act to seqiure %  UWIA, J' !" W tin* %  ., |.,nd "!'. %  u-hiio the 1 -. ... „ ._„,„„.„., :;*'.,':• 'i!:l .1-. 7,.%*4 1.1 I 1 %  HalUas. LONDON, May 2fl. lb with tt on. i\ Ml MI OH human ..i Inini. 11 Lea Angee uys thflin all. 1 d 1 aatily. 1 n 1 \ iw.i-vf AR-m.w ireai .1 name ii illi ill (l.'iinJIi lug in. .,: %  illli Kiinent %  Inii an %  sahm it .. drrorce I, ltul hi ,-i addsM 1 he 1 1 %  *" %  h J'can Mangoes %  %  (M.Mnnmnt had to be mended on attempting to acquire this land at a reasonable price Hi iK'lievod. however, that last nment purchased and under tin (Amipul 01 y Avt Under thi s arranrenient. %  .011. or delegations R ill tO -n relum ueketi fw the 1 la i.i %  pii 1 M' pvoi 1 T— MJ they eventually paid more for it naanberi and the return Journey Ui bai m v. %  (. %  M V MIKI. . Lo*,XI V 1 %  v S a Bnalri>. IJM i %  11 -. laj-AHi 1 Mliy II Uvtotl Brll I I •i%.. St IlKII IK-I %  ban they would have done otherI %  '•' l l " He .-.t.ui\iy hoped that on .Support. of rnems> wotudnot happen "', •''• *'' ,' L *"• During the diseueslon whk* fol%  llsclosed recentU bj UM ...... kfweti Mr. Mottley pointed out ffV !" %  ii vaa net correet to say the h;id no i been possible to acqii oust be spoil and booked through Ute D trip. %  1.'. %  produced an Item tu i aill t, y private treaty. He Oformed bg Mr. Herbert ,. : MessrsCerrii • .i mat Mrs. n.,ii ha 1 been la him and said : 1 beard ow word from mon the Oovernmenl or ih. iting %  v to sell u* si V.I.I I.8M %  Escape from fallen House % %  • %  %  no olhvT %  . Lo ins lari up to the mmerch 1 v .1 .assa* Ne 1 . %  ,.'. n ren ud 1 H ui ihe world "' %  1 ,.. : nd largely only by lib Ad %  %  ntt Hi." %  1 1 cam, JUNIOR COMPETITION %  ttg I vming Advocate Invites all Mr other Malt lev gkler 12 lo send Ir the subject of "CI.OKS" in The Lvriiiiii Adyo ,,.. 1 .-, %  to UM value I,,-,.. rnUSt %  %  'i Tke C'hUdreil'ti EdH.r, The Uverste <<• lid. I llv, aol la** than Wednesday every week. '..ni pant 11 i' foot, "i %  l G.\.M nt io be %  :." be said. RATES OF EXCHANGE ( VS IH. Shei ii DM I Sbi I shock ihe inether attributed I %  i' cans frot >'i kms injui > to the .hi me protection of tl Mai" sin. gri He wasnot objeeiipgio the Go% ..,,> 1 .1 oi tb' mmeni trying to bu. 1 etntni Vi „ M;il il which ihey thought the prtd t^ked was exorbilant. but it thev form. the. %  ,.. W(> W ill see ugder thi %  %  1 iitii ii %  iinciionof flsvoar HIGHLAND QUEEN SCOTCH WHISKY Sola Importasri .— W.S.HDNR0L KO.llD.BHlDUIOWN RARS90', Whiter Hh:i brighter coloured* — that's what you g.t with Rinso! Ui nch lather w>ak\ out Jin so thoroughly arvl oujckhj! SO gently loo' lor cjsicr, qUkfat washing. 11 I'm ' you'll It' thrilled wuh thfl wondcrtu rault> it g> vc ' RINSOforqll your wash! CamJ/a, eueGr. tfciiv II.I##. i###.*. "NOXZEMA" 1 %  Your I 1VOU prevent* SI MM i'N ,stin IrnUbonv Ni\/I \1 \ WccUedi .. lb i v • > %  %  fcuabum, NOX2I MA' %  (a (as Lmk M %  m rhrcf Si/es 1'J. r-' '" BOOKER'S (Barbados; DRUG STORES Ud-Broad Street and ALPHA PHARMACY. Hastings



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I'M.i Miri BARBADOS ADVOCATE TIIIR--I>\V ll II, IK I BARBADOS *..„ 5 mated k? MM Advwttt* <-o.. JUMNgTE Broad H. BrldtioL Thiirul. v MaJ II, 1951 lO-or-KitviiYi:* THE history of Co-operatives in Barbados lias not been rosy. In fact the general pub!:* i in Ihe progress of the island and realising the advantages of such a service Lwfe UVII left wondering whether it in the intention of the Government to stance in the formation %  At r is to he found in the publication of a notice in a recent issue of the Official Gazette proclaiming the coming into force on May 24th of the Co-operative 1949. It could hardly be the intention of any Government to lull people into a false sense of security by proclaiming the coming into force of an act and then leaving .".;T to settle itself. Already in this newspaper adverse comment has been made on the length of time which it has taken to secure the services of an officer to till the post. At the time of the creation of the post an officer was seconded from British Honduras for a period and %  Hit to Kngland for training. He relumed and was attached to the Department of Agriculture. At the end of the time he returned to his post of agricultural officer in British Honduras. Little effort seems to have been made otherwise: until now the proclamation has been published telling the public that the act has come into force.. Then arc several opportunities in this island where the knowledge and work of a Ce-nperative Officer would be of inestimable benefit to the island, In the iields of agriculture the peasant needs a guiding hand to lead him to co-operative marketing of the produce which he now sells in a cut throat competition to his own disadvantage. Combined purchase of manures and the co-operative use of tractors would increase production. The coming into force of the act should now inspire the Government to show a more active interest in the establishment of co-operatives and the first essential is the appointment of some suitable officer. And there is no good reason to limit the work of co-operatives to agriculture alone. The attempt to establish cottage industries in this inland has failed largely because of the fact that marketing facilities had not kept pace with the production of the articles for sale. Co-operatives do exist in Barbados, but no one can pretend that full use is made of Co-operation as a principle of improving the condition of the "small" man in agriculture or ancillary trades. Particularly lacking in the Co-operative principle is the fishing industry where pooling of resources would provide refrigerated ships and a weather bureau service. for the 2*. 6d. visitors to his Blen%  IP. The Marqutt ha > bcrn runiiinK his catcrin;: led u lip fr.irn the Inikpoint nf fact the Duke of MarlI'-scPndent of the vtCsO i-t Blenheim, is Hie rM*f ful country-house showitendance ngttrM m his iiienhnm Palace are now rising to a thou*— Drotn whom the Dufco t 125 daily—less enterSocialism And The Rich &f !" " UTH * A,)0Ut A Brother For Jacqueline ratwi LOUD • i Soeiahsr offer* severe! clues to i quMtfcio, which b B* I mil TEMPLE ROUKt II r ing to H< limi". vsilh the islm % %  iiouiicemenT Rumours circulate, particularl: ih i,. point* I : %  kilhag 'i i 'tut, it shoui. Even the be possible to aU"H to each.fam.t nent. ri inly %  n-> -it-j > %  t. moM people mcathly MI nine vci.<*. the W Brit* This itenu rich ihe" %  king forwai. The most pathetic newi ll l| the Marquis of Bath recently weist that particular mysterv hs only Ministry <.f Food ofl up to Woodstock to see how Ust o. a crept Inrough 1o Ve. F •>' In ,h %  P' 1 larlborough was organseveral years ago. in Socialist ridicule— of feu own depart g the provision of nfTeahlllintl Ct.vernmeni circles, this theory of — %  %  ._. mysterv was brocghl forward Surreal And failure .nd Uje Chancellor IM WCM d lo |n Q wk lhc ^4,, rut off these new rich from their „ ^ had om slimulalln %  *•"• %  **<' u rp n ie. *i*t one of the mo. ffa Stafford Cr.pp* ordered falltM. ljursmce Olivier and Vrvier U n.come-ux check on hMM UW| ^J, u> ^ Sl j tspenscs. But the r-.undalM.ul Theatre bolh shakrspe 1 keeps on turning, and now the 8tmw ^ p i avg o( awful intth Is eomin>: outthe Throil g houl „,„ „„„,, V ivie re "pcndinjc their Own laetKh wl| ^ p i ayinj Cleopatra A few Left Wtna voices ,,,„, n ,rf a Bernard Shv With such assistance arc raised for a Capit I Lev] on %  ..agincd Caesar found her an from Ihe tOUtists, UM I mdOd ownihe grounds lhat the only way to lhe ncxl nigh* wiUl her husbom %  ra ol country house* can keep up prevent people spending their own a Anlonv, Mr* will play the okk their property Hut that i:: hardlv money is to take some of it from Qutoii ft Euypt in 'the muclivmg like the rich of yeataryeer. them. greater Shakespeare pla And very few liavo hOUOae Of tUdl All lhe figures we have men|>uys have been not i.nlv I !he;itu jrti-t.. % % %  tofuU real Ho n ed reltla t. Ineonw. nut the C ai success, but the loyen hav if lhe rich'' fact 1^ that hundreds more lhan also been a .social success. I wou that small hand of millionaires are say that Laurence Olivier. w| According to the income tax ofl., ivilll( mU( h bcllcr lBan cvi tl conUoU lhr Sl im f a Tnaatr inl there are now 83 people with millionaire could 11*1 mi his taxed has the second most %  1 iwumes ol more than £3.000 a .„ cutting Into iheir theatre In London first plat. year, after taxation. Hut out of „ W|I ^ m ^ OI Ulherttad wealth, must be reserved fm the Theatl each of those incomethe British Y...M* hava BUBOOl all gotu-. RoyaL It was enteiprisinji of hi. (.oY.rnmcm takes about ten times strings of horses are being cut to stage the two plays Uigethcrniore than the rich man gets. dowrip jy^p^ mrv nol mbny Wwn and H has he charmlnj ofleel 1 Aitain. according 10 the tax Bgnn .,.,, by open in |h season, givlig [MN.|>le more than the last available figures show only Most of lnotn have b^n wId w mucn ln Ul1k aboilt dur in K Jpeople with intomes over „,„*,. the headiiu .rlet. of big commterviil. Hardened theatre-goe. I'.iii CLOSED 1100 one a year—before lhe tax ^n^ And ln ,. brafis on( r) N ay lha t this season at the deduction. These are the real mil] patn er have gone to keep tho James's reminds them only ind without much rtsh tn roundabout turning. OoenM Garden in its best da> vrror it is possible to mark Ihem Surveying another aspect ot the There is lhe same lOCUl bliUlani off one by one in the relerviu e ar is[ocratic scone this week W* 'h** same practice in thibooks of industry. The we Uthies* notice lhat the Ih.us.-nf U.rds has totversation. the nune dama-l is probably Sir John Ellernian. thhad a good clean up since the Com'or longer and longer interva •...ri pi %  •hlppuu ntagnete, who m()liS ,,.„ „ |. tl Aulumn Tne "'"i ram* otU> lhat Londoi himself lives the life of a reclUBO. brasswork has been polished, and hour for thentre-coing < His main Intenal i-. lodenuiiogy. lno red i ea ihei seits agains. ntoved from tho Inconvenient ha. Not long ago he published a three i v hu-h so many plebeian backs l' asl ***ven back to 'i volume book on the mouse. And n-v ru bbcd in Uie pual ten years quarter to nine. (In Paris, 1 ... there are some tobacco kings, som: ,re now once again (.right benchlo,d P 1 ** 5 ,,r bookcd ,0 fi, r new.pap.-r vIscounM. and al lea.i „ for „ belua ,. arl Tnl ,. ,|„ usl 9 o clock. The audience \nn le propertied uke--l.o owns „, ljora w .„ bu|| , nlll „| r „, arrive a nujrler ..I in mv.iv part of Olldonin the lop _,„ a ,„ 10 u „ ate Duk( .,, W elJJ* "" %  '".'I-'!" '";'> ' r..ckel ol m,m,.,.., ; ,-. T,„ ; n Ihere iln8 ,„ n ml nos „ „,,„„ „,„„ OTjttMJ w. I b. HI,,,....re 30 or 40. moslly elderly men. 300 „,„ „, Viclo....,, Kn :...,. I "'"• %  ",' "" ". '" •'Jg* ~S ". hopo.a m eremiM.„i,..„ two, ,, u |d dnve lo Wc,l„„ile, (or a Au >""' """ '""' ""*" "'" "" pounds. Mostly Ihry are elderly, debate. Now il lb loo vast l,ookiriK K 1 "*' un Ihey have buill up these down (mm the gallery. I dabaU And ,., „„. r; ,, UlI ... u „ „rde to write. For the llrst lime I f..minis themselves and there s look* as If there is a peer, hi not much hopt „f ivoidlnl dsaUl n,,.,,.. widely scallered. Nothlnij Sot^Mv" dtuta and passing (ortiins to their !" n be done to make the K....I Xv^l in London w %  •< %  are,,. There are e s ce„,,ons to ; ,,„ce much smaU.-r BjlM.'S. gSSf-AlS.oSSl mlS iiliv IAISX year a millionluminous departeo. the Spenker s wne n he Baya "It's absurd 1 alrc's daughter who had triads her Chair has Ix-i-ii t..ken away. The declalm Plv ,. k ntt my beam ai home HI M tli.i left more than a Lord Chancellor 3its on his woolu j ow n n „, face' If 1 haven million pounds and the Governsack at lhe other end. and the ot n heard" But the heard menl has only captured il33,0O0 seating has been a bit shortened |U(l M ve tftii middle-oge 1 Qrinjieaa'l power in i alight with palatg :.iui how bradibeee been meeting while their own n(m tnat ,h,. aiathenca felt bj UOM an kepi up. H does not exhome wai lent to the House of nlgnl thot Mr Dawac-ii had COO plain who are the hundreds each Conunona had a pleasant *inwsy l|( Ei s nor p. | t i s v ery rarelv in, yeareaguto give Ihoir children to warmth about UI a Shukesp'aie play fails on U the world's itm-.i xpf.isivc w rob the llland .if revenue. The excuse has been offered that nt this period of the reaping season the amount of trash on the canes prevents the cutters from reaping as quickly as they would if the trash were burnt off. It is a lame excuse and a reflection on the standard of intelligence in this island. It is said that a cutter can reap five tuns of burnt canes in the same time as he would reap throe Urns not cleaned by lire; but this is no legitimate reason to set fire to fields of canes merely to clear the trash. This custom of setting tiro to canes ha? increased in recent years. ID lhe neighbouring inland of Trinuiad letters now bear an official stamp saying: "Do Not Burn Our Land" It might be well for some such motto to be adopted as a reminder to people that to burn canes is to rob each and every one of us of something to which he is entitled. How about "Less Fire: More Money?" Or Simply "Don't Burn Down Your Own Doorstep* Beetles With Lights Pyrophorus Liiminusus * I" nd a half to an inch uml threepkin Is nurdenod to form n veij tha MIC* /Irc'irdirif/ CO Air. ('. C. quarters long, rather boatttronK armour. Sktvtr, Director oj Agriculture! shnpwl. and with eonaplcuona Thoao l.irvae attack lhe haro (Mi la roe fin-ji], beetle ha* been ev.. Bpo*a which shine with a back rub ; aad an copOibla of ea wen ssThheveaaad na.i.ber. this soil men Uafat, These l. ft ho> c ,eu.ia a very comuderabl year. What is I'ljrophorus Lumare nol eyes, but are borne on degree of umlrol 0V01 thai ,no..,.v? rh* (eta H. .1 Manon. the sides of the M .< fneiui telephomtl lo av he J lie> COMVM ponding insect in ar\i iicu'*j"ip.-r prbU bu fhc liyln had ..lUKhi an insert at night, the Lesser Antilles, Ihot is. from atom off by the biatCt, .n hL* house which ho had not Dominica to Trinidad, is PirroI hav 0 come acrosj the record lean U^foie. Ho wai particularphorw nnrttlurna. This is sligh'of these iK-etlea being worn b' 'y attractexl by the enormOUi ly larger than lhe Puerto Rico Indies a, jewelry. They ar Jiighi shining "eyes". He %  peek) to mc it* attached by means of a delicat brought it up for mc to se** and ;' UgM hi somewhal more power f ul, gold chain. Also they have been proved to be one of the no-called but I have not had the two Bide used to adorn fancy dress co5Fireflies or Lightning Flies by side to compare them. tumet to *'hich they are attached Tliis Insect was one ol the The InaoeU Of the famfbj F.lntin little bags nf net. In thelarge light-bearing beetles of the eridaeari ItnewnNraiional? .• riick ballroom they would not be very f.unil> Ehtterldae. i knew thla inbeetlea tklk-jacka, < nd snappers noticeable, but away from th< seel did not Inai m retht lo IhO peculiar brtohl tlfthta they would produce %  .ii r edbj iaed that it dll habtt ol the aduH if one charmmg affect feront from the related form of Lhasa iplaced on it back it Schomburgk Hsu two ftreflafi arhlofa ecetara ln the neithbouring win probably lie perfectly motions occurring i n Barbados, these Islands. Then I I-CIIHUUNTWI ], „ f,„ ,,,.. ,!,.„ ;,„; ,(„.„ apparently have been exiim thai the Government of Harhe„,.,!. jaing into lhe air. '"''c for fc"me lime, although don hud been introducing natural |f t doea „ u „. ,| n ,,, r c ,., ., enemies of hard back grubs, manoeuvre it will try again. In Keteienee lo (he l.oveinm, ,!,„„ wh-n| „ |rt ., n 1( ., M n Entomologist .onhrmed my BUa* ( ,, h ibund ,. „ Mn ,. ,,,,.,, ""' them tO I'l • With ihem. arid grawn-upa 'so are interest! Some three or four years ago. see these leaping h" • the Goveminciit imported fronThis snapping into ihe air is Puerto Klco thousands of grubs accomplished by a peculiar atrVCmid adults ot the beeUa Ppre:u „. of the under aide of the body, norm larninoraa, and thl ..„ 1his purpose of beetles.' the~Lampyridae. Thlncse go fut rt „ kn0w ,,,„, ^ olll> (!R „ Ww;U ,„,, sin aller than the < picion thai thU Inaact had from those Impoi Ia1 visitors to the West Indies have iiivluaed the llrelhes In Barbados amongst the sights seen. I have always thought that in recent yenra Iheaa itatementa wen mistakes, and that the Brefne were really ^een in some other Plac-.-. The llreflies that are mo*". co mm o n ly seen in these Tropical Islands belling to another famn iinpuriatiuus LlDorated on species ot this ( nnlv in Barbados, referred to previously, tLIlui. %  ; , %  "•"'I MMl I vrv v.-l.l,.,.. DaMlW bccalli. OMr IKM wine II, dgou.v. I being .1 ,., r „ noI „, lrtww<1 ,„ orm dc ,|„ h Ealo. The adull bixll... have .... ,„_.. ..... „„ n ~,„,i,i. wing covers, bul urn soft and nol boon mil in and about town on ,'" '"' "',. ', ,0 !" '"'" B ,,..„ly dUMmi ... lexiure ft-orn ix;. ..'XrV-sSs: .no-, si SSKTKS3 trfssrsmSi Mard Of another one in Slrath"' !" '' w hk !l ' a • erlous •** m occur in enormous nun.be, •lyde. This wouhl indicate that 'hat island. Trinidad, from mv window, l tho beetle h eslablishctl aim OAhm speclen are runilvorous. could fcTO oul m a lar([c tllllc .. probably will be found in many bul the family Includes also some n ,.i d llllll ,„ tnc ir „,.,„„ there Other parts of the Island at some very serious .ign<-ultural pests. The were thousands, perhaps millions. tltUncea from lhe fields in larvae are tailed wire worms ,,( ,he-e llreflies flashing over the A huh ihey have been tatab-1 Tbey are verj slender in prepori. ms of jhe canes. Th c contlr.UabaXL U lor. to their length, body seguous Bashing of these fairy light:. The liectle is about an incl." nents are well marked, and the is a wonderfully beautiful sight. Forty-Two Years' Service* FonTY-Ttto yean h I try is a record I i be p. ndi achievement of Mr. F. A C i i., i i .: i:.. wh; retires broni lhe pus: of Income log Commissioner today. kfr i irmoi to folned the Civil Ol I June IMt .-. h> conditions were ml re]} dlfTerenl from toe} 'ire today; but it wai iaptaiality to th* existing condition* which ii ought him He served for a short time In the Customs and for another brief period in lhe) Savings ii Tik. The succ e eding veava found him i Ither Ln Lha Auo.t oitice or in tho I'olice Magistiales' Courts until 1932 when he left Acting on the Magisterial Bench for the post of Clerk iii lhe Income Tax beaut %  !.. % %  U I .i courafpMua step which ti Ehotlghl at the time would rh to ihe Income T.ix De%  %  .. hi bul within a short lime 11 became obvious thai this departmen'. would soon be one of the important revenue producing towcejg. The belaX was luattfled and today il is second only to 'he Customs From IMS Mr ( rtt worked in this office Until IMI when he . Commissloner The IX'partuient bad been re-organised and Instead of three Commissioners thcr,* was now a ."ingle Commissioner with an established Clovei nmciit (Mice in the Public Bul As economic conditions Improved and trade and commerce a I Uie oftlee %  11 The number of persons eligible for taxation increased HI Clalrmonte'i Inti H the new system because of hia Wktg knowledge ol men and affairs. He set an example of efficiency which has been equalled but unsurpassed in the Civil Establish men l .ml |haj WOO lor him the respect of GovertlOTl ,'lonial Secrcta Three years ago after the HI Act of 1025 he intimated his Intention to M'tire. but because ol difficult! in filling the ofnee Mr Claiiuionl. willingly continued. During hi* h.ng term of office Mr. Clalr< nli lias built up it staff to (octency and thorough. ,>i the lucceai ol the deparlinenl la due. And it is the pride of th,. srivieithat today nneol of the dislCK-awork as it might have in 194B. His Depotv wh ( h. i of the youngften wp o have spent much time and conlributerl UH*|al) to the success of the ad%  -H-'i .: .II; ..! thai ofiw But Mr. Cluirmonte was riot merely the efllcicnt civil erWll He was interested in sport and perhaps contributed to .* in this Island In a way in whicn few men have been able T In former years he •* cricketer, athicuand i But a knee injury during the war "f limited his participalic is a hue ii Egypt 1914—in hut lus interest. Ha WM able to do more for cricket in that the survivm] of the Spartan Club was directly due to his foresight and encouragement to younger memhcr.* of the Cl lb. This interesl broadened and today he Is a n amber or the Besoctlon Coml Iki Board Ol :il Vi.c President Cl A •o Judge ot the Barbados lurf Club. he retires and with him the good v. everybody in Barbados. Bv I.VKI.VN IKONS WHAT Kis th I %  %  %  of banishment rom Bechuanaiand done to 'Queen' Ruth. baj Londo 1 : i iiu-f Seretse Khama CJUSthe hottest racial controversie< ever to rage within the Empire. She retorted with blistering protestations when the Government exiled Khama from 'Ms y because he had married a white woman. This week Jacqueline, the Kham.t's brown-skinned bab>. had her first birthday. md turned the spotlight back on nil that. The controversy is not dead. As for as Ruth is concerned it is merely dormant for another three years and ten monthThen comes the end of the five years' ban >n Seretse and his while "Queen." when the Government must decide whether they arc '.o asume power over the 100.000 Ramani>watos or not. To-day Ruth has mellowed in her comDMntg in the colour bar. The year has healed RON 0( the ftlUJCff ami tullerness which was ler natural rea ct ion to the tventi l—ding up 0 her husband's ejection from Alnca. But .h*is inflexibly set on returning to Beebuir-i.bnd as wife of the Bamani;wato chief. Ihe avers that the two of them can IK' a lower for progress there. ANGKK GOES Quietly diessed in a flannel-grey wool jcr\ drejrag and sheerest nylons, the former tilth Will-anis does not look conspicuously UfTerent (rom other wives of il 1000-a-vear m ri [n I ondon. She is calm, poised, ready to handle aociej situations competently. Her redjold h.iir is swept back from a high, intelligent forehead. One oddity—her parti-coloured eyes. T! 'eft is clear grey, the right splashed with M own. Her complexion is clear. tix>, and pale 3ut in the year she spent in Bechuanaland it was able to withstand exposure to the burning African sun. Ruth Khama lives to-day in a furnisheti i three-floor maisonette in a modest street near Regent's Park. From the wall of the little siting room a picture looks down—a young African resplendent in what appears to U he full-dress uniform of the Household Cavilry. standing beside a venerable Mated Igure in a bush hat: Seretse's father and ;randfather both Bamangwato chiefs. Part of the day she is the ordinary wife ind mother that she might have bean, thai :irl who was born in Blackheath, played lacrosse at her Elthani school, drove lorrie ,s an acting lance-corporal in the wnr-tim< %  VAAF, became a Lloyd's underwriters' clerk She bathes and feeds Jackie, helps the maui with the housework, cooks her husband": evening meal. ("I love cooking, particular!' French dishes with lots of herbs and garlic." Two evenings a week she goes Ice>skaUn| in Bayswater with o gill friend while Ban tft jlays table tennis because, .she says, anyone who has been accustomed to pli jrln must exercise to keep fit. Unlike most girls, she doesn't care for tin pictures, prefers plays. Unlike every othai ;irl. she studies to be an African queen. Each day she and Seretea read and work togathar, discuss ideas lor the welfare of th( Bamangwatos. They meet many Africans, iften have them to dinner at their house. Hei .-urrent reading—a book on racial clashes n South Africa: another on the differences ictween India and Pakistan. She keeps up with most wi itingfl on Nor'h and South African problems; reads the bunj dies of South African newspapers that arrive from African friends in Seretse's homeland The Bechuana language spoken there i? almost impossibly difficult for a European but she tries to pick it up (she has no textbook) from her husband. JS 1.900 A YEAR Big, broad-shouldered Seretse. due to take his law finals as a banister m September t| having | Whilsun break from his studies hma-ntains his family on the £1.000 a year promised by the Government for the durati'-> 01 his live years' banishment. The three are just back from a brief holida; in Cornwall, touring In the brown 32 hp American Ford brought from Africa. Ruth. i Ing her WAAF experience lib I I take R turn at driving but finds the car small th aftar the big RAF lorries. Everywhere they went, in pubs and inn and villages, the Khamas were recognised met with no rebuffs and instead were welcomed by the public. In London where 2Vj years ago they faced hostile stares and ofTen live remarks they encounter no more troubk Whal about the upbringing of lively lit:! Jackie? No tutors and governesses for hei She will go to "the ordinary school/' In Bechuanaland. this mean, a t'luistuin school Both Khama parents are Christians: Jacqueline Tebogo was christened in the Church oi Kn'jhind on the last day of last year. MALE HEIR? So far the delicate question of the Bamam, watos being ruled by a chief with European blood does not arise. Baby Jackie could neve. succeed her father, because she is a girl. B... the factor of a male heii may well come inti Lvefore tha Khanias exile ends. Slim determined 27-year-old Ruth Kiian,. b ys thai this will not he the only child of the family. She doesn't believe in only ctiUdran. Mie means to have more. WOULD COPY1UGHT BESfll\TJ). i I.a. FOB REPAIRS Advocate Stationery We have just Received . GREEN BIRKMYRE II 'alvrproaf ami Halpntof 72 ins. wide TARPAULINS made to order ii required. WILKINSON & 1IAYNES CO. LTD. Successors to C.S. PITCHER 'Phones : 4472 & liisv PHONE GODDAKDS — WE DELIVER



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Tlll'lUliw MAI II, UJi BARBADOS ADVtK ATI r\r,r nvi: Commerce Chamber Active Says Head THE < H tMBKR OF COMMERCE i i ntii il %  %  day* ui mattej i P rertdhni ol the Charabn Mr. C. t, Loantck. Jnr.. -air! at the Annual I, lng j en the reI'st were: Mr. H. A. C TbOBB' port, that apart from the regular Mr Lucic-Smlth. Mi T < UwI and the m ( ; Mr. J O. Tud.r. Mi Q D %  %  tfynoe Mi W K. Atkii-v ., Mr had been (our special meetings of A. R. E. Kinic, Mr A. S I. v i> %  S. H. K h, Mi J K ( oral meeting*—an unusually largo Granmim. and Hofl K II Hunt*. This *ho\ved that the Mot las* 11 ; the Coun'" %  i\ %  • member) can be i ril. had been aide awake to office hearers as . %  -.ruts whl ii might affect 'he Council of tlir Cham be.ri theisland. There WU the usual .-l-.-ri..n af lacacock who moved the honorary member?. of the annual report for _.,,,. ,___ --— %  . would no ''"• %  **' / Rf.PlMT •new which R.cmbership .>( the BarbudJS ten place during that yaw Chambei ofl .,the end of interest to Uw of 1949 was 148 II Thouiih three new i i i four memlier, resignc "•J2 t,,: '' "limber of inembei %  mi ol i5o. therefore, wag 147. Miss JAMAICA" i.'iiu ronunerctgl %  members might not %  • Interest was such that the Chamber pre-t-hr r**\<\ on iU ,\?i'\t ,ru Sl ort,ei March 8 under the Chairmanship %  , *1W.U. The expei.riilUMof Profaaa ft at! 0r lne VPai wai .s2-3i. leavIrim n ,T, d l>ala:„. of $2.439 99 out territories, but I am quite sure. nl ,n e < < 1 f '9* re-tt pity thai were $1,053.60. The e\i* I 1 %  < I to connection with the pubUeetlor. nominal' mpmher-; ,,f The journal amounted to fiom whom a suitable delegate 5354.00, leaving a credit balance could be chosen to attend." ,, the end of the year of $2,092.40. ScsrWeJI Only three edition* of th*> journal were published during the due to the difficulty of finding a suit.nl>!.editor. Mr. Ian Galu was recently offered the Police H\7/ Soon St kill* K\|M.I I, Get Bci Minis it Mak 16,000Teas CentralSiatUm < Sugar Thk Yew C.J. AkH lor Evidence "Sun* hit'" Brlllge. Unad Hour At Seaweti there eras now i leted i 8JM0 feat runway whleh could accommodate full sire long %  kti Leacoek. ,''-,. He beUeved thai Development and ,,u ,r,he J""" 11 '' •"• "" bai accepted. The Council no be Welfare had contributed very ; %  ""."',..... looks forward to Ihe regut* runwaj "I none it will appearance of the Journal ggalr noi he the nollev, beetnisr the BritThe Council wn, plense %  -, %  M largel) .:i thtl prnjBBa to reatgict Donald Cheney. Assistant Can.ithe use of the runway to British dian Trade Commissioner. Mi owned and operated airlines. C. D. Thomas. President of ih-. "I think It would be of benefit Barbados Clerks' Union, and Mi to the island as a whole if the airJ. Marline*, a Venezuelan travel port as thrown open to any reagent, all of whom address v' sponsible airline of any nationalmeetings of the Chamber. lty who wished to run a service to Barbados." It seemed strange to him that there should u the %  troni (aaUag ,.. that all British traffic should be gun i, as rnmnarsd bers and 26 guests The annual dinner of the Chamber was held KX 2nd Decembar. The.e were 41 member> if the Chamber present and 19 ith 35 meni the pre\-iti> British planes •rum the Conunonwa countries, when no nich Intaresl Ben aboul the passenger lDiuiar\ icrvtee to the United Kingdom. The Council records with regret %  •For many years now if we had to the death of the following dining rely on trie British passenger earthe yean vice to let to the United Kingdorn, Bit John Hutaon, O.B.E.. V.D.. we •" aid i %  let there at all." who died on 2nd April at the age Bpeasdnfi of 'he canada-Waat of yi. He was educated at Cod[ndfei trade, Mr Leaco cfc Hid that ringtoi College and studied medit was tragic !o see that as regards tl ,ic in Bdlnbursh. He returned frnporta to UHS island tor the year to practise in Barbados, after1950. Canada's share was only 14.5 per cent. From 1946 there had been i steady decline of :, ol imports ti> this wv country. This was title to cuuency |j. u s i„t, vi Council rcslrlciions and nothing else. JgjgT • -I hope that this delegation ,.,/,.' which is going shortlj tthe MISS OFTRUDE SHERMAN winner of the Mi-., .i.nii... title in 1949. is In England on a thrc montlx holiday to *es the Festival of Britain Here she Is at a party held by the friends of Wine Society. Lady Savage Appeals For Help For Local Guide Movement ON SATiTRRW NEXT, the Girl Quidta of Barbado! will hold thc.r Sixth Anniinl Fair at the Drill Hall, said I^tdy Snvage in her broadcast talk in aid of the Girl Gtlidf Movemenl "My object In speakiny lo you to-night is to seek your Bupport for :i Movement whose Influence foj Kood in this Island is both real and practical end iwell isi:ihlislu'(' or ^ound principles and practice ol ^elf-help." After the recent visit of !,adv Baiien-Pi.wel rota In the "Gi.ider"— Fanning Held Up In U.K. United Kingdom and then Can I suggested by the Hcgional FcoMr. i. Forbaa, District Com: British Guiana wi." a* Intranet! on the colombie ..oni England yeetarday, tuid the wards loWrej the puUk heaMH Adv -.u that farming | service From JJlS to lWa In ,.,.,, h; „. ,„.,, ,,.,,,,„.,, was PubUc Health I ccouat ol the heevj wta^hs, John beeatoa u memlwrf Uie IJlrv f1ilil lPirm)i hc ved until 1B4S. being elected of the Council 1941 to 194*. t the rea He said that in some parts i >. country, people are nc beginning to plough the land. "Barb Quid is. is always, on a sound. I^.-KI tooling, and in this |gel p u tinhave managed to buy and set up their own l|eadeiiig earned by Ml W. Redman, who died aheer hard work In o gai in the Isle uf Thonet in Kenl, K.U,*. <•,,,.,: „ rui money,., on 18th 0.tober at the age of there Is a sehem. la.rly m ,..,.. aflOrtM in tt,. | "IPSygy jJSL 'ifr y^SJg 87. Mr. Redman worked for many • which has Just ,, „ u w; .,., ,, curreara with Messrs w. I. Johnson "" %  cultlv< Ung I om wh,ch T j: i know froia •,.• I, sc ufThc B.'tsh t'".aftai what, he w.., o„e "' i"i'"<' could i-' pi WH ,,,,.-! gnowledge and obaervW • l,vi ".'. %  „ ,, %  %  „ %  % %  then miOl the loimders Of the lirm of Ml ft* I BUCSL is well .1. %  I SMSS' iohoaw & Redman. Uw VX during wbtch tune he no riaeklng on the part of the ^he two retiring members from Conference* *>*>* braUvi i %  cm an that they have the Chamber th:s year through The following conferences of whirh inclurled local goVorninenl achieved Ihi i -enioritv are Hon. V C Sale and interest to the commceiai com"d community development at of i <> .; Headquart Mr R. If. Cavi Mi. Gala bad nMn u v were held during the veur the University or London. %  Hill. tent of the in lh |„ colony. He laid thai he had the opporCapital l^cpeadltave Chamber, and acted for about relegates from th6 various U" paring what the Bui you aaven months as President during (j^jg j n t ne Caribbean attende" Bdihados mu-t he supplemented by the general public if the fcfoVl K'develop • "A i*n mo first tell you what Ihe (Mr. Leacoek had ieen on that (n *ects~ ol dcvaUi.itlm on the and the city ilgures are well ovei Guide Movemenl la doing to help body He had taken a keen inBiitish Caribbean opened on fllh the six Uwuaand mark. Figures jtgelf. At present, each u In commercial affairs, and M. 0rcn under the chairmanship returned W the Ou le and RangBt req was always willing to go lo grent (|f pn.fe^oc. O. Beasley. The Clt^ Supervisor*! Dfhea show that, real tWte one trouble In setting information or conference was attended by offlup to Saturday, over fi.000 perrno'i Brownie-six pence a yew details fee the beneCldk f|l)in th( territorial unite sons wenraadatered. There i,, local Guide Funds Thai lit of the Chamber as a whole He %  M A Pm .inuel. lle...l ..l were .nlv 447 persons who nt: ilmta.n is in the majontv ..'^ ^Tl£^ Economic Department at fugod loi .egiMi-i. %  iU that they CU fl-rd. but Chamber w-ho had M.wnvMh l.im ,.„!,„„.,, onU( : .,Tthe Annual GmdK,,, represenlr. would b t ,£! m tV-n I The Council of Hi. l^aoo feU on vlaor. told the Aahraeate y oa,.„.ontnimtion for n—i_ jatr.,Ca ee la now In the United rf J^^ p , |ne ,.-... ranging K ttB rLi ihsnimd Mr Nwcock Britlah CarirAean held Itj Prai had | foTtWPtand^SSS S I-! ...U meetlna In Berted ;:.,.„f ihe duties of President. He ehairmaiwhip of Mr. R. L. M. lhloUKll ,,„.„ vvl)lk alin u „ other Sf^T'Arrl^lZ. had nut vel b i ko llala Barawal 6,(100 Segistered In Bridgelown TOHIKJ is Ou urn day lor .ii.i.i ..I votcn on Furir ever, from Uw ollwi member, el enl "'•" %  lta inl1 "' t l and ihe s. rot..i\ inul ciren'ii. St. l-ucla and Berbedoi he uu grateful for thot help. Incorperaled I'liamlter". of •I woul.l like to ronBratulnte C „ mll „ rcr „f (he Brili-ll '"", ••" KrT lH 1^' Caribbean gS ftS vveiire a" a"rt A meellne of the Incerporaled S'^i^rffil^eSd^^ari^tottiMUiefJlu, ihit he did net think II .. ; !..,. ,'elrntee Irom Ihi. Chamber for enun-.er. \un of the I Ij 1 %  -* .< •. %  av*_ . . I, • /' •fKnnta. null I. tared, he Referring t,, the which quoted men House as having asked the G< So extend the tbTW lOT %  tors to carry out ihe aldad ri gtstratlon, Mr. kerritt t: n.;< .i. ai grant of $3M. ent picture. H-'-'i.i'l' ll thll the were Mr. H. A. C, Thomas and hi regards the Cirunla-Wem Mr. G. D. Bynoe. The fOUOWtl of the matMn were dealt with at the Segwell Airport reeling: ta> Federation rtfc British West Indk Ofli.e Dsmrall ghip passenger aecomi:: Mr Leacoek was again elected facUUlac between the IK and Pre*id-T.t of the Chamber. It is the hp baitlah C.irihbean Area. (C third year he will te holding the curtailment In the Canada-West office indi-i Trade, and (d> DifferetiMr. G H King was ejected ^^ |n freight rates to smallci Senior Vice-i'rosid.nt. Mr 7. N^ ^j,,..^.. 0 f the Caribbe-m Area. Rat Control %  u u i i .1 srament has not llnotl* to the public fi eofnVlbuUona or -ioiuitiona. As you know U Ln the Movement m Be I bados. All the administrative and lerlcal work Is done l vohU bul the time la i i woticei a H have to be emnloyi I. whilst it He thought the (Uy area rl| g f,,,,,, the 04*0084 '. H %  •• overed and was hoping lo be Artnual Fair that Ike Uuides in' mpleu 'v throiuth w'" %  Lecture For Drivers to met Iture tl e M %  n at ad oi flnand .i iuid <•<• aaaured <•! receevlnj by way of reguUi ana Income of $1,200 iitenf e %  %  %  Annual Contribution*. I feel certain thai when these facts are there will be nil 1 ih.: office bearers as the ucnuon 01 mcnwcis 01 -= ^p speakers will be Col R T. Barbados who wlU be pre* ihe Council of the Chamber for Chamber aiid ufge*llon a -, poBce, make eome annual eonthe year, were %  ubmiUed As a the..c.ntrol which had been obarate lists of members foodatufls by rats was drawn to ,, ( (1 2 n 7,h .h. .mr^ hearera as the 1 ttention of members of the l 1 %  iving a lectorifor aii d conductori of motor vehlclea i.-ridedto take .1 bal^ Uinco from the Director^ of Tranipor and ', lot on Wedne-i neat J tween Meii^-I Se^iees were circulated Au|omobll „ AMoctotlon and the extend its acUvttjea In the train10 am and 1 l"" to members. The Director also rhj .,, m .. n ... „„ -Bui Owners' '" f young girls in citizen*hip Mr A K Toppw prooosed *h" assistad by the free distribution If yuU are prepared to d" members of one list and Mr W H. 0 f r; u bolts and the loan of .' .. will you write or get into contact Grannum thl membeea of the. department. „.^.„ with the Treasurer. Mother. Barbados Automobile 20 FOR OVERLOADiNG 1 Those comprising Mr Toppln's A*ocialion A glM Hastings. hCnding her your first suggestion of the Chamimposed on Da fee dMIon Hall A* regards the Annual tons engaged in Road 1 firmed .. local for overloading the mot < Association. After M.18.10. Bpeet of necessary p:, P OUCCMI \ Central % %  %  %  %  .'. tinm. Small square tabUM now repOBCC th* long wooden tablaa thi wen used in ihe Mvsa Room. Chair* take the place of hencheg and the Mev* Room on is being decorated so that Policemen ran take their me.ils in com'ort. At present Pchcemeu get theii %  .-i .i,. Mterei ;r from their hornet. Verj "it.1 b> the time they get %  1 eat, the nv.t is cold and not anpataatng. fConsLiblc t. Id the Agvoeste thi %  wi anal %  u-u awaitinj the cecaston wh-n he %  is hot meal at any I %  C ONSTAB1.F HAKOl.U W1CKlt \>4 of Hie local P. lie Force left the ialand ^ the 3 B llonaiir 1 1. Tm ad I) (0 %  Will t.ike .1 all course m the running agement 1 1 Boj r" cluba n,ill .in Instructor*! course deal ttaiiiint. Coi<:ei H. T UKhelln, Comol Police, told Ihe Ad\aI %  %  -'. %  id 13 that uutit Club organisation m the island big that it necessitateWith :i-iriinn I,, tke change %  <"<' run lha 1 1 %  %  r lilieTna number 11 club i> an run from volyjiibutlona but nou thai ih, numblariei '<' % %  expanaes aalng The Commasslon* 1 1i1.1t the organisation *.vi did welcome any donations. Id be ami to the Se. rotai 1 ol the Boys' Qui ilt adqilltl'tCI s. A CAM. FIRE at River Plantation, si. Philip, on night burnt 13 ecree ol Hr-t and rop 1 Ipa i .no 1 1 iio) ..11 lha pfpper ta ol M. n a 00. Ltd "i wi n Inaured. Anothfi in. %  Coeerhr 1 Ian* tation. Chi 1st tne ante night burnt live %  I : Hi Inaured At Fairy Valley. Christ Church. six .ii KI J h.ilf ane. „t M-VOIHI ,ind third crop ripe canes, four and a half acres of llrt crop ratoon*. Ihrt %  and >i ii"" aerea of trash and one aero of sour grass were l urnl. They weninsured and bclong to Cslabun Bstatea Ltd. T HK FOLICF SPORTS will be in-hi at Keneuigton Oval at S.00 o'clock this evening. Apart %  regulai aventa there will be emuaing momenti PJch when lha O rtabli try to get over the %  TNI) iltde In the Obstacle Race. There will also be a S.( k Race and a race for Polleewoi I nptii-: cKttP BgAgON In the 1 1 igq 1 and CorMna dlatrtete of st Andrew bat come to afl 1 nd. in Tiieadjrj eveoJni il ibo d ;t M O'clock the motor lorry A 13H. all s Spent 01. can to oil the laat k* f oai these distiieis the CfOp lasted for three monthi A UIK.FR 1. (HIKING house is now being built in Belle* ptatne Bay, St. Andrew, it haa ttM "f a bungalow 1 ni eli ah n ami li it" Red Indian's shelti 1 II being built from UH B a ii 1mi,i.-iOtood Ihat the all Bared itii mud and tinroof of t 1 P ROOV SCALY ol Gltti 1 Oa] CuUoeV 1 B taken to the General Hoapltal on Tutaida> %  nd detained. Si :d. waa Involved In an accident with Ihe motor car M 772. owned and driven by Frank Young ri>iiuM*er waa taken to the 1 rg 1 l Hoapltal suffeVing from i.i' H %  %  ilnao An .,11 inalion w.is peifiuuie 1 and ii-iviei 1 at preaant in Wan' at. At about 11.20 a.in was going up a ladder in No. 3 hatch on board the ship. When Msoul 12 f.-.i up he i'ii Hi 1 *T-*m: FILM "Greet 1 a^ tions" will IH 1 -hown when Uw Combetmare School oin Boys' AaaocJatlori hold tin ii nionihly re %  ii 1 moermore -.. 1 hall .11 ii o'clock to-morrow %  Alter the Aim i' the I %  uy v.ill meet members o| tinI'-otb.ill dlvl lo I out ot old Combmnei uu 1 hi \dvwale was told that a BBBall DOllectlon will \xtaken to defray %  %  < j.l %  '. < %  .! %  I Ollll %  tlMIl V. itl. tig Ol the lllni A T I1ISTRK T "< COI R! lerday 28-year-old DarnI' uverii of 1 oil*" !( % %  ..( S' UMllp, appeared on a charge 0 l-> ani worfc at ti:. .: at the BrttU urj He arrived bicri by ihe caiiHibJe u iranatt for Antigua and a ata>'* HoteL Hilaid that his utuo-i Im; IM0, hi .1 11 aeral workera' uni .n with mamberehlp of aboul s.ouo ar 1 when he left home everythll | it.sf.Ktollh. .. ar, ihej k.-.. forxei %  1 .1 : % %  faa b %  %  Ii .ni wot ken and I Ilshed emploj c laereaae f"i ugai m 1 ki %  ould ii"" mean in %  He said tii.it ii union had a) U BU t.. tm. kvorkera aftei ll had t-t lahi 1 .!" as fn Like Other Mum'. A |k< d aboul condlta 1 Kittv be nud that KM t <-< about Ihe aame aa In at weal Indian island where the. •vaa bad housing, low a Ion atandard of living; Ho aald thai tin Laboui STel .IT.Pund COM is ihe hlgheat In %  %  • ffaal lodlaa. It is c 1 iier ion I wgar esportedj from tl 11.l lhey are using that numr. II hou Dtng chiefly In 1 orkai Their political art up advanced as Barbados', but the' %  • t in 1 ;., 1 1 iva here Thej are h \ In %  %  nitutlon changed uhl ...1 to provnie for ove n 1 wnTrage, the removal of .... catloni pi pert) and oth. %  %  i a i". tnemben hip to UK 10 Council and *i 1 •-• ill be -in IncreesM In Ihe num 1 n ol elected membera t" K>' them n clear working ma|orii 1 '" I-I ninent and nnrinated aide -t tinCouncQ. At 1 re ent, the Council 1 ooni prised of live e l ected and si nominated mcmlwr*. bur he an not In a position lo sav what Ih number will he when the chaflg over look place. The legislature he saul. aril bowevei eteet MHOC of [ta rtwr bora to serve 011 the I'•. %  ill Council Mtarin-i Afijmirn.fl In Death In<|iiir\ Furthei hastfuag in the Inquii Ih the ..11. in mg the death or ChrtstapcM i loodrldge "i Richmond Gap, s. Mic h a el w.is further adjournei until June 4 yesteiday. The Coronet waa Mi < 1 a/alwytii Acting Police Magli Irate or Dtatrtct "A". Ooediidge v^... admlUed 1 i>r. Bayley'i Hoapltal Beckli Road, mi April 211 but died ihei 00 April Tl Dr. A. s. t .ii., wh mad the ;i"-i ntorli %  %  1 tinbods wa Identified lo him by Chiiauphe raj 1 1 Richmond Qap, sMlehaeL Deatk had b 1 en phv about ten hour before, On examlnatloB of the bodi ti found that it v ... well nourial ad, bul under the bi.iin ther ...1. allghl iwelllni In his opinion death was dU to i n flam mat 1011 of the I. in CatO ulso said that he took pat "f the kidney. In, and ami them 1 the Govei 1 ii-nt Anaiyd fm examination He also said that MM of the kU ay eontalned .1 an all amen %  r 1 henopodlum oil. To a uni lion -< %  kei Ci rom 1 1 onoeraing the 1 han< pedium ml Dr. Cato told the jur ili.it tinol) could hardly hav cauaed tinInflammation of ih 1 .ni Sift Mar hall told the Com thai be '""k the I lot 1 to the Analyst. Mi /, Roblnpoo Acting <."^ ernment Analyst said that %  lived toe Coroner 1 ioc 0 April 2A from Sgt. ib' eKamlned Ihe oontenta of u .I ..11 quantlt) "f • henopodlu %  II fiom .. part of the kldne< %  %  %  • will be taken Iron Baybty on the neat hearln %  Hearing ot the .lugh M %  %  %  %  • • %  %  Hie IK lit 10 eouneel that ll %  whi.h i 1 %  %  illucidallons and Mr. Recce addressed || It length on the DOinta %  ii Hi* Honour aft' %  his Honour, after hearing -.nd that it better if vl taken in the ease since lie fell that the lid go to a hjgjl ind if aucb e\ idei a %  1 *aken, the htm lei %  In the Bill of elai 9 %  %  he propei %  erltk -rtiement with Hugh H 1 .1 ii. party about u %  1 1 talned tr< w ej 1:..., K intnietrii by M< 11 Cat rtngb .*. i. • 1 M Adama, inatructed I 1 \ (iuiiith are f"i Perej Beab Further hearing or the named until August 8. maand uags of hreaa flour arrived hen e\emng from C -... Pen SiiHwkit. was lie in.. it wai %  The Sunwhil baas of llvaafock and poultry feed; supplies o| %  and paint and 8.7 Ihe urounda of P:. Hill. If you '.ru^ Fair <,.iv. bul if net, Mia. Labor* v ill be happy i" arkm... •nd her. I! la %  Rood cause. %  ..'I. urgenl % %  iwedi rrt la lo proaper iri Ih ^e^as laAc il FROM US These l.ate MuleriuK will make Fxrellent Curtains FOR YOUR HOME ART SII.K & COTTON ". K-i .19'' wide in Hlne. Hose, I...I.I mid i I'er Ynnl 13" Hide in lllue. Kosr f and Oraata. Per Vnrd ALSO ritlNTKIi PLASTIC TABLE COVBSING 45" wide Pel Yard SI.T4 PLAIN PLASTIC in ehadn nl Oraefl, Blue and Pinl. 1.1" uidr. PIT \nrd . Sl.4"i CAM: SIIKPIIKRD & CO.. LTD. 10—11 BROAD STREET



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PACE JOT n\r.iv\nos \DVOCATE TIII'KM>\V. MAY it, 1*51 K.A.B. _Tt a,9mt %  "")> ' *•'** DIM A •poll**, (itu.nitf „l Ci. AM, Duhr*. P-inlfM Arliclc-i and anything thai look! Hull or I* Dirty JOHNSONS STATIONERY St HARDWARE IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPEQAL offers to all Cash and Credit customers for Thursday to Saturday only isually Now Usually Now Pkgs. CROWN MACARONI 35 Hi CHEESE (GoudoJ per lb $1.00 M Champagne per case new stocks Pkgs. VICTOR CLIQUOT $72.00 K.1H.OO Jacob Cream Crackers 41 M LOUIS ROEDERER $72.00 ftOO.OO PEANUTS 21bs ior 76? 08.Bottles Tennents Beer 26 21 D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street NOTICE WE WISH TO ADVISE OUR CUSTOMERS THAT OUR PARTS DEPARTMENT WILL BE CLOSED FROM FRIDAY, 1st JUNE TO MONDAY 4th JUNE 1951, BOTH DAYS INCLUSIVE, FOR OUR ANNUAL STOCK-TAKING DUNLOP TRUCK AND BUS TYRES I DOMING ESTATES & TRADING (0.. i LTD. ECKSTEIN BROTHERS BAT STREET I "'*'*• | :-^tr^~. H %  %  r li.V M Wl! IjmiHHI II IIItr. M IIIH '""' Ik give •|K more jr miles >W for your F money DOWDING ESTATES & TRADING COMPANY LIMITED ff CKSTtIN 6OS;



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1111 i:-.u vv, M \v R 1.1:1; Mm-. MiVilt VII CLASSIFIED ADS. ,,,,n,rxoTM,s p\r.r si \ is IBMM not 1Mb Ciilin| tlv number (I w-o.d. *r wor. for net FOR 8AU ap.te II •.-. .Mr,, ii M u mm g* w IN M faandova. TII.WKi 1 slHIf k T LOWJJ mtWMM orB* .i lM ,-. HM Mlb Ma>. 1001 al BreieBl Philip Grate %  II who attended Ihr I wreetM ard lett. %  any Mhir way r*ilrred awUnrr in .-en>ei.t Mra Ed nit Grorgr and Ena int'iftumi ; Waller Oxford. MaroM and Allan IBMI.I Mi* 0. i %  Mail* <*<> US SI—li IN Mh.MOKIAM AtTOMOTIV, dc-r PalhM KIM AM-nrx INCE. M|hi MT*WJM M.. 31 )( Thefragrance i %  idfathrt JOHN ... called The „n* i love a* call.,; The *PMirh wa> h,N iht bkiw uv.rr Bui lit Ik.r kimv. ih.it death wu Kwr i., IN KIIII intxn-d b> Mr* Muriel • NH, OBUWII, 1 1 i loving rnrnior. of OKI | (wood. Di 1 IMI le>ond or Mm .lAKMOOO(, dear on* Urn paiacd t.i itn N i m Sloop OJL dear falhr %  Your loving hand* ran do no mure. For ihoa* >ou loved >ou did your beat. May Cod anal KM n-mal re-i Ever to I* rcnirmMrfil lis \i Ycarwood rWtf*l. MMMarguar.t* Unrale (only daughter) and grandchildren as il—m Tun LOYAL IIROTIII>;KS OF mi: STARS 1951 CARNIVAL .AT tjt'FKNH PARK —On-THURSDAY 7th iwovtj n-d* irrmi arranged Dial KM or 4MI s?.j II it.i CAR-One 1MT Pram, mileage Contact II Jam** ag j %  ,TX CAM MM Mm.. HI B.OM mnn IMA Wokoory 1* Baloi M.ni mil*. Tord VI 1*35 Tourer • % %  • MM i Iknp i.;.," iIBM M S 11—4 ts VAN!" Haw Morn. Co. I*y and TTP* 10 .wt Van. I_i chance al old Morrli %  Saloon and Two Door Saloon, all on hand I NOTICE IS tHE MM. i.: ,i| *.(.., mUK KMl llSt. MIL L | IMI11 II NOTICE is HEKI\ Creditor* of Ihe ahov.rn.ned Compam •vIMrh % %  being .n\i:il*Mi. Mound up or* required an m i.l.tr lha Jnd day oi Julv iffBI brine the dav (or 1n.it i.urpoao .under mg.ird |. gMrooaoa. ,,o in* particular. •4 Ihnr debt, or rUima. and ON BJBMI and eddr i to c in and prove their uid ol .it Mat) tint* and place H %  PIIWd n> •urh notice „. n def.iull iheroof lhe> um be evchnled from U benefit ii .. | i.ado befoi %  ueh debta ar* proved Dated thai IM day of Mat 1MI. II. LISLE THOMAS. I iquldator : 1 7 7i I'l'iH.M SALES mi it M • REAL ESTATK i-T-Mirrif *|tuat* hael. rtandlna; land The noun, i Irawin*. i kilrhcv. and Balmorit hid %\. i J I bu.lt nl .It dlnrnj. bi uownataira thrao d balh urxtalra ivotUaacaa. Carat* L yard. KLfXTKIC Al. FLASMJJUHTS A PATTEHJE.S T II ria*hllKhU with large locuulng RrfMadan i *a Three cell al II M each, i whtth Hip Inio oor pocdel Onlv (I each Batl*ll-i rh a W II '. bk an A, Co Ltd Bimil ft Hnebiii k Street! POULTRY i RjCHJ HOC White l*ihorn.. NeHampahliFi. Rhode latandt. PlyRWyHi Pock. While and Black G1..1.I1. II .il 4 .rrka old Prom USA tiordo-, Matthru*. Glenmaur, Coi.it Hut ion Rd il , NOTICE 'Application! for one tar-M St Philin*. Veatit Ethibitu.i. tenable at the St lael-i Oirli School, will be received bv the underalajixri t.ot lain than S.iinrday tin June 1M1 C'.ii.dtdate* iiu..t be d...ight*r. ,i prnaMonera in -tr .Hnieil .ind mutt be mrr cihl U' lh,n lelve t lal old on the 3IM July. UM A birth rerllArat. with an application form. oM I l.ial Treaaurer'. Office The entrance examiitalinn *ill l v held %  v | Aalurda) lain Jvinr l*i „t an am P S W •t-OTT. CWrt l Bl l*hiln> LNl %  11 (.„ NOTIC-K %  •i.AIH RRDMAM I I The abov* will be —i rl-1iCompelltlod at a. Stieet Brtd—lnwp . t Juna 1MI .t a p „. CARHINUTuN X i for aal* I'M.' RM Al'CTION UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER TOIM 1 TO-DAY V Hat Ma>. 1*51 n. o.der Mr i ... .e a/U| %  hirh in%  uoe. Mom. ..., „ and %  i %  •*" TabRa.' Kocbera Mn %  M IRtajaatl \ ,,.,, ,(,,, <-,,,,. N .il Table. Cona..leii" Viotollle Top '..flee Table. Oak fc la j.al — nmm B TaAV .nht Chain and Boo* Caae with IV.. ...trie lamp.. Gla-a Ware Minmon.. RACW Beil.tead. with Rpnng. and Daajp .•ei-p-Maltrraaca. Trdar Mirif Pleat with -leolnaj Table Combin.d: \. hftlti M abaal Compaclum. Cream paint (Teaa. Phil... Hrli n.-t .,t,„ | n p*rf lorklna; order lit, Servwe Wa.hin Mi.hu. Kn.i,, FOR ill M %  eel: T? er.'i HI cent. I.-JJ.I 11 leOrdi — ... •Meda J <..,:. i. n4|ia 11.11 -I s H AMI II tree* T aeala and A CIIAVTVl II A;: M-R-NlMtEl, FLAT. Pavilion vva.lal.lr fnc .(.pi rom Mh Julv Phnne IU1 FIAT Beat inmi.I ||a*lnc> UIHM Dtntnaj and Sit Una room.. badRpoma. runnlnf valet. adRf uaual ConvtnMeiroa. Ho Pet. CERRT*.. Dial MR> fM %  OURT. Pain, Beach llaati -. rWtaW two Eat Buna. In* *e* open Verandah*. %  aaad bath, i %  from June IM Aa*.l> Swai. Street IHal RSI dinlm monia. pamrv. i„,ie'. and eaN-lii.Itt •id Availab.v' F Clarke. 1 1VMMMI1IIMS RYE ANBNN ROB .ltd m Wednesday I -ve a ma.. UW loudapeaker. nl IL.il BRVk-aa ltd Uitrn i. Lid Jl S SI r UM MISCELLANKOLS An old friend |-.-t returned, n-mel; UANDEHINE which I. no trouble to uwjuat put it onand you will at* It k**pi th* hall looking It* beat at all time* Knight* l-td 51—In C. BARGAIN I-dl*. Bi Modrrn and a. good a ..i ,...• Ph.Mie ;.-. PHI CAR I'AHTS in m Spark Plug*. Cpliolntrrv M.trn.l i me al one MM SATURDAY 9th Ju i i i Sim r. ...... and c MM ihe way a* Hatpk I'll..,..! ed In ..'. (iii ObUlnable 1 KNIGHT* ua 3" 5 SI r.Ai.VANisED siirrrrs Beat tuaiu. new iheet*. Cheaprat In th* l.l.i'nl r. fi l*.na. : ft UU. H ft in Tl. • fl ft 3d; 10 ft M 0 Nrlt raid Batter hurry I A BARNES Ii CO LTD. 4 a ai-t f n GAI VAMZEI) SHEETS: W* ore *ell g Cheaper than ai,/ other Arm In ndgetown Try u. fltal h*f .... %  ... .. .. | D %  itM Th* trade mark cm be areii on npgdkatlon al MTMR Pultd Ihn Mlh da> of May. IMi H WII I.1AMS. Begi.trir if Trade Mark ARRIVED! SOLD! New Slilpnenl ol Cooker* arrived. MM beMn -i""-: He* them at Oai t^.f .-iclriivery TAKE NOTICE COLLEEN T hat S OA.Q a, FDIBI.E PRODUCT LIMITED • •ompanv Incarporolod under the a-ti of th* Mand of JarnabM, Ma tactureia. vthnao Hade or bualnoM -.Jdr*M ,. Producer Rood. Wnl End. King-'o. l..m.>Ma. Brltian We*t Indie*, hoa applied for in* raglMraHon of a lead* mar. Part "A" of Reglilor In reipnrl o* i -non aoap detergent* and all preparil lor laundry purpnaea and olao In r*i of p*rfum*ry. ...lading toilet nil pr*paratMu for tha teeth and hair .ind perfumed aoap. and will be entitled leglater the *-inie after on the JSth day of May. IMI. unleaa tor p* r aim mail in the •naontimc give not! :n duplicate to me at mr office tipn.ltton of .ill' 1 %  • mark Can be ie*n on application al n v--" .-• Dalrd Ihu MO! day of May. IMI II 'MI.L1AMS. RogWrar of Trod* Mark* MS Sl-Sn Tl, .1 1 IMI It 11 the lawa of %  l'ii"l.ii. wll I I AM RUPERT" NOTlcr IS HERE11V : IVEL." lB any debi or rbi I Willi...; llMperl St Clair Redman, lot* of Haatlngi. CbrtW | who died In ihla Iiland on the Itlh dav of October. I*M are h*i*b lequird >n %  and particular* of thru rlalma. dult atte*l*d. lo Ihr und.i Colloid ft Co No u. High vti.,i .-. Slat day of Julv. |f>M. alter .hkh .. -• % %  •I 1 1 '-I I Iribllle Ih. ..-..', ..I Ihe Drceawd aiiHing thr pailn-. tharito. having regard onl. lo Ma Ml U clalma of MMCb *M .1 I Part uolke. and lhal *r will n..t IHII. hie for — Ml or any port i %  'iiy penuii of wluiae dent or claim vie .hall iwii ihen n.,te ,., notkr*. And all perunia Indebltal to Ih* u Ealale are requeated tn .eitle Ihrh i debtedneaa without delay Datad thu Mth day of Ma,. lll Kl-I-UITCHKEBMAM IlLDMAN I HVEY riHLLII- LINDSAY ERCIL IIYEBCRN GILL tfuollftrd IMOCUUn ..f Ihe Will Ld I Ro n m i Mippfitfll Stove "'" I.i-" M .. piiiticalli M*> ,.rden T0..1Pram. Tricycle Toddle art 1 1.1.1 <*h**t .if Drawer*. Doll* %  MM DM Jamaican Mai. lAIJt II 41 ...l,.ck Tr-KM* CASH. HRANhIK TROTMAN A (II \ll< llMtHl t M TAKE NOTICE CORONET I" & F.DII1IJ. PBCirH'CTS led undei de I.land of Jamaica. M*r Rood. Weal Rnd. Kmg.l. nuiiah We*1 Indie*, haa applied reghtratlon of a trad* mark Of Hegliter in te.pe.t pf CO .... ...... _..p drleigri.tand nil pro] % %  %  rtent'of perlunirry. liKludirvg I,., 1 1'VK ILAI110 Tie Jamaico Broadcaal .. |i 10 PYI HAtHii 1 • I'M .III b. opened In B..-b..d..I ft Lid II I M l. .: 11.-1 ibour Apply in fl UM. M %  .apable porton onlv to Canad 31 I II J. otaa RAJ .'.NV run MM PM* Mu brt Wwn J OMMIJI MISCELLANEOUS 1M TO KENT TWO iiWts-auM furniinod apartment Nrar IOHI, Reaaoiublr rental Write RraileiiiAve A|>l Quebec Mi I. 1; M S *l V 1 ...... 1. n . %  %  badjjg %  Churriiitl iiml EirewiMiil Four tho loni f vh.ii. RltMMMJd w IMO rraqi if l.tQl tn; LICENSE NOTICE Tn* %  pcdmUori of A F Taytar, Lt.i hoMer ol I JO,.. 1 LirotlM \" KMT of ia*l ayajMOd to Mr* nl June ISSI after hlch date I ahall ptoceed • di.lnbuii .,( Hi. ; •::;, MrVd part only lo iudi claim, of Which then have had nnllcc. and lha not be liable for the gagglg 1 hereof .,, dHrtrtbuted, d. ai whoa* debt or claim I .ha hod notice. And all prl...n. 'mt.btrd lo th* Mid entale ore rrojue.trd to *e11le their | n debiedr.r.. withom dalai Dated Ihl* 1li day nf April. IfM. Al.BEIITIIA HAIUWfa Quallflad Ai %  of UM Eitate ol Glad.Albeiline Hardlnc drceawMt M M n 1 for th* 1 %  ..I.I. 1 %  MaRMM leglater Ih. the Mth day of May. IMI, ut.lt* aomo prrtm-. .hall In th. me-ntimr give notko in triplicate to mo at n>, office rppo*lllon of attch legitliati.i. 1 mark can be ***.. on apDiir^u,,, a) onVe Daled Ihl* 31th day of May, IMI H WILLIAMS. Keglalrar u 7 ..,. A,.,,11 M M MMSj l-.nit to be held Ol Dl.t A .... ftl-tn. ,e IMI. .1 K P. A Mil <>I< II.. Magl-n il OM BXI %  st I..,,,., St VtncRnl %  %  mad ud nfty two %  1 e imported .lui ini. 1 tollowu 1 I II .1. %  .1 I %  V. ,.,., tun*. .1 :i..i) 9.055 827 Display of (iynna\lirs %  %  >! I.I Ol • repealed a' I. -1.1,1 e DI.I.IA "I S. ... %  N. 1h.ll team. IIK4I.-ION Adall. 1 — 1.. Chamber Of Commerce Report to be on a firm footing and th flip is now growing. Th, IMue and the Depart men I ol Highways and Transport havo Kivtm th 0 newly-formed Associa. tnii considerable assistance and IVII Shipping During the year 1,024 Merchant Vessels with a total nett tonnage ihr "l 1.045.678 tons arrived at the poii i eompared with 0B9 vessels of 1,234.120 tons 111 1949. In Hd! dllion lo the above. 14 vessels oi M 1 thgrr ty|M^t amounting to 76,192 From MUja s amounted lo 70,52'* tons entered 'he .-He: % %  ,,s agjinst H.'V vetueU of 73,680 long gross 111 1949. .f tbOMJ 149 were Steam iiivl mOtOC vessels, the remainder being sailing vessels. The Cruise Ship-. Msurrlanlo. lulu 1 il StelU I'oUru mad,. .. total f six vUits to Barbados during Ih,. year. Thr number "I tourists carried b v thCMi vessels W.. l.fiKll. Tin lot.il iiombft ..I pa.•n,:.' arriving in the Colony by sen during 19*10 txcultlvo oj intransi; Ions visited Ihe port. These passengei 1 -ag 6.23H "' *" l.vrl IM" -1 1 > tl.KP 1 I II Nil. I1WK \c | mi Tiir ctiiniTinis nottHNG l.lt.NS AGAINST UriiOf Farm PLANTATION Rt A 1 TAKE NOTICE 1h.it we Ihe Traded nf Ihr above Plantation are about lo obtain 0 loon of C.l.fNW under the pro. via 1 mi of th* above Act again at th* aald Plan lat Ion. In reipecl of pie Agricultural year IMI 10 IMI No money haa h**n borrowed undir Ihe Agricultural Aid above Ad n r.iporatod Te comprisetl of 2'i yachts, Id Royal Fleet, Auxiliaries, 3 British .nd 4 American Men of War, < Dutch Aircraft Carrier, 1 Royal Amy STVI.. Corps Vessel, I American tug and %  cable ship. Five hundred and eighty one : OattM Of Vr-sH Nationality -:. im I'.nii h and American gfOtM Kietu-h Argentine Dutch Norwegian Swedish Italian Honduran Danish Egyptian Finnish Panama nia i Venezuelan The number who left the Colon] ... was 4.398. as compared uh 4.790 and :iii"t rMJptcUYslji In 1949. The following table give* the class, nationality, numbi-i in Ti l..uii;.i:.' fj| V fl .mi' %  | tM port during 1950; No. of Nell tell 36S 75 31 52 38 II Tankers Sailing VesM IHfitlsh Dutch American British French Total Merchant Shipping .. 1,024 The following table chowg the DM Hlh IMtl abet Ol t.'..iii ami mot A'hich arrived at Ihe port of Bridget.!*1945—50 Vear the year 1.045.078 and on 9th. T.C A. operated IntoapMWatl both North and South-bound. 4052 w.MS The Stiuar Industry Altlitaitth the total i tinfoil WU poator HI .n lhal rot tl %  pondlnf Mrlodi for iinpaat raui %  unsatisfacloiv The rainfall aUTini Novtrnbei ., n( i Docomber i94f .. .ib.ive Bvarafa and than w i Miflun-iil ni.nstiiir fm ihi i tint of tha j [tM Bl i i...( Ki'hinai i lo II %  I % %  %  iieti lha iai mlnailiai and aarlj wiiipint-nt of the ratooai Tin Jo.. N.\,iiiler anH pecember ware orj and although ihtotal imri|u* it. i for Augii*' i major]. tv of this fell on the night ol tht ai t and oould not i>.oDoctuall I UM crop %  "orninatati Itfall fm Jam. .M > other early months of IMO wa i tha i .in*atop, p.H lu .. • larl) tha rat vt-iop until late in tin i The aria haiveated f„ r | m 19.V 41,241 acraa as aaatnai :705 acres in 194M These rlgura .a. huh1.000 acres for laud undei : %  ,. in' %  mr %  1 ..i,( Tha equlvalanl of 45.000 punah* %  r , Fancy Molasses wl , 1 ucad liming the 1950 i-rop reason Al itnand ol Dacembar, hV %  toly 1,300 pan* I thi' K.iin v \t< I.i %  1 It is expc.le<1 111.1 in of the IM] crop prodw I boul S7J300 pumlH'.iiis equivahnl ol fancy Molosses will lie retired foi .\i. 1 1 Tinlate Umata of lha IMI 1 rop wn dut an of -iiiK-' %  and lane} rop of 180,000 t M ii 1.(,. -. 1 ihe Bi it) 1 h Govi n .1 through Ihe Ministry of Footl. hw purchaaad UM anttra exporubw %  .itput %  sugi 1 during Ihe Ifl.t crop season. Ttie 1 1 1 pi...,. • ;:.' iv 11 pi 1 ton mi judai I I 1 ai nvi. which unth 1 tl 1 Bugai In dustr%(RahabUlutkHii Plica %  %  .d 1 w. tfaraj \. %  %  .. %  .1 %  1 .I.;. itad I., tha >iiet-ini raaarva hind i.ovr A 1 in MI I.OSl SEER w.lh II %  %  l.nd*. pie-., retjrn unve to IMT 1MB IMP ItW PI IISON \l rn in; name a* I d.. Ma In my ... il-r ngned trj n* M fjmrge FIRST OCCUPANT The new graveyard at iluirth wot 1 tuna*. K BSJ Of Ihuse Hill. waa buried there m IMI IMI i.mti ta • If a U a 11 d is s br I 11 a ii 11 1 •! I0M tall MM IM 11%. 3 1M I Ih %  SHIPPING NOTICES IONTRKAI.. AC41RAUA. NEW ZEALAND LINE. LIMITED .MAN I I DflBJ SS. ARABIA I. Hheduled to toll ...n II.IMII. Ilth May. Adeteid* Mth %  11 a.Million lu grnei | |,. M*> I '"' n-ll 1 a.i.l led cr cent, and 111 hold %  mr ol .' i" in .i' i' % %  n %  Tinaaaplng of Uv< plantation M II malntatrM I I %  in %  larval aa bal via. cue Uvatoch iitui to ayary 10 :. um %  ihe 1111..1 aurvag plantings has rave al ad .-i at ra %  h78 5 lb 1.1 Pt ... Il d ;i ... ies 2rd. of cotton >iehling 107.948 Ih %  ( aaad l Btl 1 .r 2980 ll> pel a. 1. Tin tut.. under totlon cultlVBl • .-, ,11 11 .. rat Ird ompaiad with 72; tinpi. 1 %  .ica. Mum. bSM Hade or bu.lneaa addr**. 1. Pr.Kl.--er It. ad. Weal End. King.ton Jamaica. Url1l.li We.l l.idle.. haa applied for Ihe irgl.li.ln.n of a ti.de mark W Part "A" of Regl.ter in reaped of common aoap deterge.,I. and all preparation* lor laundry purpoara and alao lu n.i* | ol perfumerv. including tot lit arlair. prepariition* for Ihe trefi and hilr .m-l perfumed aoap. and will he enlilled to legl'lrr ththe Mlh day of May IMI. unloaa aom* porton ihall In Ihe %  op:-H10.1 ol -ucrleirirtroliou The trod. inaoori on appUc.tk.n al in, office Dated rh... Mth dav ol May. IMI 11 wnj RVgiMrar nf T-. I II -.. TAKE NOTICE CAMEO Thot SOAJ* A EDIBLE PRODUCTM LWITED a companv i, rorporaled under th* la* of th* Iiland of Jamaica. Manuregi.tr.lion of a Irode m.rk Port **A" of Heglatrr In leaped of common aoap deterge %  '. and all preparation* for laundry purpna*. anl a|a


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I ESTABLISHED 1899 THVRSPAY. MAY SI. 1951 PRICK. fTVECENTb NO COMPROMISE: NO CHOICE Hope Abandoned For 62 Miners „ EA8IKGT0N COUNTY, Durham, May 30 J-JOPE was abandoned tonight for 62 miners entombed in a coal pit following an explosion here. Chairman of the National Coal Board, Lord Hyndley announced: "Though 3verything has been done, and is still being done at the pit, there tfi now no hope Of any of the 62 entombed miners being alive." —— He made this statement ed. Hid henthis. morning that "only i rould prrvt.it the death ml) trntr. yesterday's pit explosion rising u 8o. The revised casualty list today shounl that (14 miner* m still missing at the coal face either trapped behind thousands of tons of rubble or buried beneath it Cancels Visit To North Ireland LONDON. May 30. King GeorgeVI. who IK suffering hum Influenza today decided not to make his planned Wis h e n d Vtgfl to Northern Ireland Queen Elizabeth and Princess Margaret will carry out the proI ramme arranged for the visit. After h doctors had seen the King at Buckingham Palac e day, it was announced that the King had not shaken off attack of influenza and had do< ided on the advice of his doctors • to northern Ireland. The King's temperature WHS Mill unsettled, the Palace statement added. The King, who Is 55, had been confined to his room since last Thursday. He wag to have left for Belfast on Friday night. He had earlier this week cancelled his visit to the famous Derby horserace at Epsom today The Queen, Princess Elizabeth and Princess Margaret were attending the race. Government circles m Bel fail emphasized today thnt the King'health alone prevents him from Northern Ireland. Reporti that he had been advised to cancel the visit because of the possibility of terrorist attacks were described as "pure propaganda." The Queen and Princess Margaret will carry out the weekend programme as arranged which they would not be doing if authorities' feared any such outrage*. The Belfast police detained 13 suspected members of the Terrorist Irish Republic Army in connection with the crude petrol bomb which had been discovered and drawn to police attention liefore it could explode. Northern Ireland authorities did not believe that onv personal attack on royal personages was ulamied though Ihey feared that Extremists might further their outrages during their visit. —Reuter. Prime Minister Pasha Accused Of Contact With Reds CAIRO. May 30. IMme Minister Nahas Pasha was today accused of being in t'UCh with "Communist BOB* tacta" In Cairo. Dr. Hussein Heik.il Pasha. Leader of the liberal Constitutional Party and former President of the Egyptian Senate ami I ntei -parliamentary union said the Prime MinlMer was 'In touch v ith the Soviet Legation at Cairn and had other Communist contacts." Dr. Helkal Pasha took secre' documents containing charge* to ;he Royal Palace. The Prime Minister has ordered the public prosecutor to in. vestigate allegations which tht pro-Government newspaper. A Misti. ridu-ulcd to-day as false Dr. Hcikal Pasha's house has been searched for other document* —Reutrr, 4,100 Enter For French Election;* PARIS. MtJ M Candidates for the French general elections on June 17. total 4100 for 627 seats in Metropolitan and overseas France. 30 percent more candidates than in the IM| elections. lint the job of legislator has become less popular with women. There are only 280 women candidate* of whom about 100 are Communists. Five years ago f| ete were 384 women candidates. of whom 39 were elected. —Renter. I VI IIS II Ofr' IVIIUM t.lMM n Anuthir 15 men were knowi I dead. MM of whom died in hospital shortly after he (nought to the surface. ". rescue worker who collapsed died after hours of frantk %  k m Annas, and sttfllAfl hag the disaster area, brought the total toll of .lead ard missing to 80. warns were still making desperate efforts to breach the ticacherous loose wall of rubble, and pump air through to any nissing men who might still be live. I: .., man said. -So slender thai if it fT it will be a miracle the pit's head relatives tained their vigil Ignoring the drizzling rain and chill of the bitter wind which swept in from UH North Sea. SrJn ( %  icoi miners, scarves Otted round their nt < templed to console sobbing wives and mothers of the men who were still mltting 900 feet hrlow giound. thai their long wait was not yet over was brought by silent bend shake from rescue workeis who came to the pit' head for a brief respite "It may lake us tilt Friday t, get through to the beys." one resrue worker said. He fnU on* the 40 work-matea of trntrapped miners who Ignored the evacuation ordwi tftei ra a totday'i daw; plosion and insisted on lolnin f rescue squads.— Rrutei AWARDED the title of rather of the largest family for lftM" By the American National Father'* Day Committee Oerrtt Koorongoi, and bla wife Jolisana po*e for a airfare -rtth alghtscn of their twenty-one children. Tsere are ive setof twins sod the ago* of tfca children raags from two to twenty live year*. —Express POCKET CARTOON by OSBERI LANCASTER ( ffiu It't not : %  11 :\: h 1.1, 1. tl'i | get rid of an un that thi* ha to. toe/ore." China Vulnerable WASHINGTON. May 30 Admiral Forrest P. Sherman, Chief of the United States Naval Staff, testifying before the MacAi-thur Inquiry by the Senate, was %  ,uestloi.ed about his attitude tc the naval blockade of Red Chinn. china was vulnerable to 0 naval blockade, but he opposed States undertaking such a blockade on it* own —Reuter. SEVEN SPIES KILLED LONDON. May 31 radio said to-day that %  CWn American *pies parachuted 1 killed —Reuter Fire Engine Shipped For Barbados lli.m O.r t. OlITISglStSSlI LONDON. ,r 1 Hew nine ton me engine for Seawetl Airport. Barbados, ss well as 50 of the latest British can and light vans were today loaded aboard the M s Rreno at Tilbury for the West Indies destinations. The Bruno, which hag been .'bartered h, N.igui na\ rei]i..n.d.s. leaves tofnoi what will be its first VoyeaM •.< the West 1 The vessel was visited today > a small party of West Indies businessmen interested who were onducted round by the Captair and his Norwegian crew There la passenger accommodation or. board for ten persons, but for the voyage tomorrow ortlv 1 berths have been booked. With the mtroauction of the M S Brune. Saguenay Terminals will now be operating a 01 monthly service finn. I 0 Weal Indies. Two further vessels will he chartered shortly and if demand warrants it. they will both b) transferred to the West Indies %  iniruUdng ., threw iveokly or even more frequent h direction. It all depei ds upon the demand", an offteial of U* n told me today. The Bruno will call at Burbadket, Trinidad, Brttbh Guiana and Cuba Cotton Workers Asked To Strike ROUEAIX, Trance Ma v ft) Directors 01 the t*)ttjDB null hen today asked their workrrs to .tiikiSeven months ago the mill 1 1 1 -"iterative system of BO per cant of the I '111 the frirm of a month* w/aaji bonua The French Treasury this week I on POCJBJ %  ecunq whli h In Prance an proportionate to the sol..] being pnid by both the Company and worker* on these bonuses They sent in 1 bill for IS million francs. The Company has appealed against the decision and toda..-.(:..,. • %  %  ,, ., protest .drlke —Reuter. Flies Across Northern Ice Cap NEW YORK Captain Chart* Airline, pilot. ha made the Mist flight over the northern ice cap :i single-engined plane. H k s Mustang fighter plaae touched down at Fairbanks, Alaska today, ten hours and 29 n.inutes alter takatng off from Barbufoss. 3.20ft miles away north Norway. His average speed was about 310 miles an hour. In January, Blatr set up a r New York to I-ondon record of seven hours. 48 minutes, also In a Must ant. The loute of his latest flight 1 lay across the North Pole. Mt of the tlmi. engine failure uuuld have meant death for there were few possible landing grounds. To combat temperatures encountered ai die high altitudes he chose. Blair wore I "vital piece of equipment —a full langth .1' of thick red flannel underwear. It was the first solo attempt to A> this Arctic route in a singlesnclned plan* His efgine was a i he oarpatrol tanks Two Korewegian Vampire Jets escorted him part of the way. When the Jets turned away, he faced more than loneliness m the vast iee fields As he naarCd the pole—the I —the aircraft's rdmpais needle began to %  nstant adjustments and (-.refill t'tulatior. xrrr nrrrary l„ ^e*-., him on his course. —Renter End 0/ Lorry Strike In Sight LONDON. May 30 An end to Britain 1 U old .lorry drivenstrike Vrfal has virtually paralysed the roun• unallsed road transport system, came in sight to-night After a meeting betw.", Alfred Robens, Minister of Labour the Road Haulage Executive andj Transport Workers' Union officials announced that it hai agreed to shelve further appoint ments of "snooping", road patrols until the union had consulted Its members i|ceomm)endsti'>n to return* work by the week-end is l>ected to be put by the unofficial Road Haulage Strike Committee to a mass meeting of drivers tomorrow night—Renter. 7 Nazis Lose Appeal Against Death WASHINGTON. May 2B Sevan Na/i war i>i I •nee of death in LaiM their latest appeal in the United States Courts %  Bastian dismissed ugh) h > the prisoners' Magee who had asked the Dis•rirt Court for a permanent slay of eaeet'tiois. —Reuter. Persian Government Claims £50,000,000 TEHKKAN. Hat N THE evening newspapf* h'flalal lo-dav (juoti-d Depute Finance Minister Kareni Haasibi a.s staling thai Ihr Per Hian Government's claims aj-ainst the Anglo-Iranian Oii Company which were still Intomplele mulri he conaerva lively estimated at £50,000,000 The paper said the eativtute given bv lh.^ein Makt ?I C M0WOO0 0ii Nat naUi;,l,UM Boarft 'M " u Middle Eani's Oil Ktserves Very Vast Dr. G. M. iees Jta THE HAGUE May 30 Middle Last a on n-aervea vast that they rsceed pernapa by a Bubstautlui margia rhe total kunwn and eaumstd rt> •orvta of ihe whole North Atnerinient. an Ajudo-Iranlan oil company expert said berg s> The expert Dr. 000,000.000. RIVHIK a total of 31.9S0.000,000 barrels Since thru new Held m PtrtU id Arabia have aildci t u-<^ further 8,000.000.000 | oresent estimate of abo.it 40.000,ooo.Oon barreli or 5.300.000.000 tc.is. I)r [>.i pointed out that this figure 40,000,000,000 barrels re"hirh has been .ulivelv aXPtOn This is about 130.000 square miles out of the total current oil eonaa in the Middle Eit of Bso.oon %  duara mile-. —Reuter Filai.it klatea that Hai askcl if after niansfei ti puwi of the <>ll Companv would h le for the s.des of Per n oil. declared IT will be to if I' %  '"• %  .•OtlJlIM wttfa This will not only hung Da gtwsivlr profits, but win increase ini commtnnal ties with the About 30 cOnuUlvk are btU'iUS l**lail oil imhiduut Rritaln Franee. Holland. Nnrwa... Sweden. Swltreiland, Cermnny and ^mntrie* of the Meditei t ;ine.in tVaboard and of Eastern and North Africa. India, Pakistan nil China", he added, according to the newspaper. ilso quoted Hasslhl as station that the new Persian central oil ofnee had been formotl lo take OVal the ftini U Anglo-Iranian oil to.nuuny ane eplarement of foreign expert. nd terhnielnns bv IVi —Reuter. SAYS GENERAL RIDGWAY Big.{Deputiesi Defeat On Reds win Send Note, Has JXo Pa rat lei To Russia %  AMI ,( It 1 11 ... 1 -: H d fn m usually ,t i.ible v u .ee-. lonight that the t. res w. .!. rn Depuuaa wilt tony rrov nraaant Ian Andrei Cromyko with BSBU1 U) vttlna the Bovtat foreign Mlrdi ...1 Meet lug in the lettei part of Jul> 1 the note will probably tlso be delivered through usuatt> hplomatir chain els la '""ii meill III Moscow. The Western no.e was cspectCi. O stress the fact that the .igreen em atraadji waeaad b] bSi >' piifie. provided an ample basis 'or a useful full Hedged meet in t: >( the Foreign Ministers. The three Western DefMl ilona loday. Tnay wan SONKI to have put the finishing NII. his to then nttn effort, bu .1 Information aboul theti decision was available. A Western spokesman sun afterwards: "Ever since the We-t %  rn p /ers submitted their three ilterni.tive agendas, ihev h %  ide.tvnmnnj to |..'i %  11 ,. •i.itoVtai Governmert to atlen. %  1 .rettug of Foreign MinisterW have considered all possihill*ifs and shall eonilnue to do so II is not possible to ail sffgfj .nav or maj DOt < < — Reuter Itevin Will lie Laid To Rest At V\ cstinin.sler AJibev I.ONIXIN, ItUvf :tu Prime Minister (lenient Attlet' told the Commons today tna) foi %  Foreign Minister Ernest Bavin will ho buried in the national ferine ai Waatmlnster Abi>ey ] UM oral s."i;.h-' -i itoeman to be so hi nourad Bavin died In LgMuion on Apni 14 at the age of 70. and mated. His ashes will be re* buned in UM Abbey among th*Rinti Queen*, statostnan tnd 1 m Pi Um Mia i arinouneeri thai the burial would lake place without oil., i.,i era ,.. Ih the presence of the Bavin l.m.U .u a few friends and COlloagUOl Interment in Waatnungtar Abbey is an honour for eoinmonets paid imlv to the natlont grejlesi statesmen, men of letter* and leaders of the aimed forces. Renter TOKYO, May 30 JJNITED NATIONS SUPREME COMMANDER, General Matthew Ridgway, told correspon dent* to day. "For the enemy there is no compro mise; for us there is no choice He said various (actors, including "enormous" losses sustained in their April and May offensive, show that "there must be the growing question in the minds of the Chinese soldiers as to benefiting their Communist leaders mn.onO %  "Affray" Affair Slill A Mystery %  still %  mysti Uv 'I%  of Con motu was t. Id lodu Walter .1 %  da .1,1 i 1, .1 Lord of the Ad.11 area of IN -i 1 i' 'I. of in -nine wterk I Of a large numhrr Of contact dt.um 1 i.ltlcienllv pratnlakni %  I I IIM n be contli d t %  K'i'ii Investigated ind diving on UOJ permit A furtl a 1, 1 nlli south ot the aiiglnal apti 1 nds con* limed linen Uut I %  otnpleta it is Intended 11 carrj out a searei to the north of the man — Reuier U.S. Big Business Aeeused Of Bribery WASHINC;Te Qg parfi ihii.ti.in [>emocrat Party and its Ua 1 Dinted to theii com) %  aeti Laftlet laronghold Thev ousted I'lramuflgts and extreme left-wing So%  i.iii 1. from con oim.'iTincaptured control I of 22 out of 28 provincial .ounrili I They achieve.i these results with a ..l law winch gave all %  "its to the w lau og alliance %  aid thi-v aw was made lor tin. benefit of mailer anti-Communist pnrtlei *urh s the Liberals and Republicans. Communlata and then BoctaUtl allies claimed tliat the Christian IJeiiv.ir.il' drafted Ibg law to save themselves from defeat They pointed to Christian Penioe r al losses as an individual Bali 1 < '"IIgri , %  %  IfHfl Reuier British Banks liirrease Charges For International Trade IXNIKN. Hai M Brltl ii I .!>;. %  i ava de. -'i"i to Increase then eh.'irges foi ihuiin ing Internatl gtal ti ida to and rrom Britain aad batwoen tbeti connErst %  Th|j tjrM of money HI!I now cost about two l>* 1 1 eni poi in num which la cheaper than an> other momn whli n nii I ovet 1 %  trader* can obtain. Britain bai hitherto been lending at aimui one and %  hnif pet •ant The now ctwraea arlll 1 eost of imported ajoodi by a small frm lion "i '.in pan ant 1 by thetr pommlttee, the Banki ratal tneii 1 otnn 1 %  ion 1 ite foi "accepting 1 foreign hills of cxrhange ( %  0-called rrom Lh> praaet I 16 shillings to >* shillings per 1 sterling |ier annum. —Realer Iree World Need Not UHV H-Bomh DULLES TUCSON. AI John K'ter Dull.Hepuhhcii e'orelgn I'oht v ,\ .\ o-nlght thpt Russia'*, c*p l< It* wage a cold wai could bo quicM) b] %  ilfuH %  I %  rineauaa of bunvan liberty .onid find "poahiVO expression s-lthi in the 1. or atom bomW sal d he goal to London foi u*JJji .viii Brltl • ofth Ltd —Rrairr. limply B u< % % %  A New Issues On Saar Arise BONN. May 30 West German Chancellor U Conrad Adenauar told 1 %  %  %  nave snsen over the Saar which i-*.mo*l ir.e Government to review —Rettler PAPAGOS RESIGNS .isue* include prohibition '.if the Uv.11 House of I'lrliament 'from entering the Soar, prohibi,'ion of the Saai ; %  and a letter addressed to the S*B {Premier Johannes llofTman. by Kobert S -i roreign ATIII.'. Field Marshal Alexander I agos. Commander-in-Chlet of the Minuter on Msy ff. Greek armed force*, resigned j "The Saar question must ii to-night. He is M. He was apcircurn '.m r-, Interfere with Um Greea lorl aatabllsh good relations larntiriii cl hetv I snd franre and war on Greece in October 1940 thereby hamper reconstruction if He is an ardent R WssMatn F.uroi^ Adenauer con— Reuter. United —Reuter Tories (Criticise l.alioKi Govt. On Antarctic Issue LONDON, btu m Itai rtai k Medlgtrvativfl the Govt ment in the Commons today foi Ha 'failure to read iti Argentlne'l 1 halleng'in the An bantii lie Government was Betting ai extremely dangvrout. pi" I tiandllnf of 'hi-, matter*It had been a direct cause ol Britain being challenged in othei vital matten. in other parts of the wbrld. he contended. foreign Secretary Heii-r Mot rjion retortad that thi* was mast reniarkable seriea aaluniptlona a n d propaganda stftements.' I ted and ;.re msintaininc Uw lountry he said .— Reuter. V r.e/uelun I.in 11I l^eaves ltiniil.nl 1 1. On < %  .! % %  .-.wittlrtii. I'ORT-OF-SPAIX. May 29. Lntnanoie Lopei Cpntreras. Van %  'I '•'<•> •ral and Dean or the Consular Body is expei ti-ii to leava Tnnidad in June lot Vaneauela. He will not return. Lieut-Col i'-ioll has been named at nis successor. SLAVF. CAMPS KARACHI M Mi .1 i.f i i.ini .Lir.ivt China f the rasnsrveJi United States tank and Infantry olumnn r. 1 %  aaulta, %  \ nb t ithdi lifter three I HI in the from %  1 eaten i n., hai crowd UM HIM 1 In jin rgjalnii .ti.i.i ..in. intil the* broke 1 dusk. Ad down —Renter. THE "ADVOCATE" Days for NEWS DIAL 3115 Day or Night Tories Ask Aboul Grenada Riots LONDON, : : The 1 -aboui Govarnm rongly pn H ratlve hppa iltloi Ln th Houae of Coeru lo make 1, itatetnant on recant diMur-astscaa In tlrenari.i Flrat quesstlona brought froin Tot Cool O i"th ol the drctiad i I 1 I a Dt puts 5u| %  intendent •ppotntetf, Trade I iiitnii-m Can Cheek CrowHi Of ('oiniiiimisiii KARA! 111 I %  ,. national 1 of Pre. %  da* that Commuajgm usually swept .. < %  1 %  under-*.'velopefJ riiiintrie R with %  •Wlaufhl he Mig the lines 1 f Britajn*! with *tt gag and wide"prea*! Ti. I %  %  which call, d 01 1 %  : 1 security and srelfare f> r work* Vldlng foi %  living Wilge housing, stcarnevs, insm The Resolution laid d nuiKlmum period was to I rompMed, but emphasised thai Reuter I 1 %  non of 11 ipeelsl pollct ranrtered b] thi Laidalatlve Council more efferllve di %  %  provi moblUt) in *tcsling with 1 %  %  are 1 acts or violence during t! whom -ii v>ere convicted**. trifle I '•' 11 asked; Wj it 1 IriUl>lllt> to cope %  'i whic't led to men Is sufficient 1. lug on arltl "f sg-'vices partieulnrly the | i of the West ll —Reuter. DIAMONDS TORONTO A il-ye ;. %  !.' Struggle in.2t; cut diamond* m CBflOOO 11 I %  at were hidden In two rubeer ew-Uiner. %  %  them



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> I'K.I Mid HARD \lii is ADMil \ I I Qcodb Caliinq IWY ? i ol the .can left by the ('!Ktt* to Jamaica, Capi tmm, Henrj I srarffa arttn B.W.I A. in 1 fpenri .. bni dayi in Tl I s After Three Years M UtOCI \T AI'SHAIJ. ( FdnUbdlt, hr> hod ft %  • Opralni t oiemblr nen*. %  i , i is the >.Ht "f Mr. Robert Marshall of DM Co-ta 4 COM ud. ARTIE'S HEADLINE tn't fill* 1u$t wona?ti\ Elmer—toning all thai u lot I'm Barbados Holiday M ISS MDOOY O'DONNELL ar! from Tim: i Tuesday morning by B.W I A on a visit and li staying with Mrs Stoute in Rock Icy In transit to St l.ucla b> the same Diane was Mr William Spencc. Mr Anlhonv Barnes and Mr /hernias Shann. cf t h < Round Trippers M R. and Mn "Cul lode n Hoi nit Wood of aknK I he Caribbean Cruise I < u lorn Me which lelt BJI .( ten. i) artarnoon othc: s*.i|er K"in: on il;i round trip %  re Mi OoddanL Mm. Baatrlce Uuhley, %  >•* %  Bn BrOWM Mr Lionel Jon.".. Inmother and sinter Hazel. Fn mull' ii> Jamaica a* the < %  (•mMe sn MrHarah Wn K ht. Mrs. Annie Harris. Mis Vcroniqne I. NuhoU and Mr Paul S. Sheldon. BssasnawatJs Ruth Khama with her baby g.il raasjtasBssI r -he u •aassssswl "i t brothtr for ui. Ruth w h o s a mortage to Be retie Kasma foei aiae a world 'tory I> happy, :iml do." not aaastva in out chlM famlli** %  tory on p. i Communist \* ay PAK1S A man. bound and gagged, was found on the roadside at a spot 13 miles from Pan*. At hospital it was discovered he ana tattooea with a hammer and sickle, an 4 olombir f England nftar ahout three si. was ;icCom —-MBM win* U..M~. !" ... -..,..._ —. -~ panic! : HI >on Rich'!"' P-n of h. l !" '"' "• M .,1 Mr C. W. Cumb.Tb.lch. % ,"•, "-'. < „ i England, la now >pendin( Iwo he dma „, r of SI ol | M rioy, LSiT aj£. T:£ V Alo arriving by thCMaaabte •£ l K£J ,r f ,om Hi. i %  l I ,he Caaun D I/. Horlock. companiKI by hb %  "••""a. She has none hu comr oul lo laym at lxalon-on-Sca. The holldI whlch hc w| „ ,,*„,, wilh !" ju. i ip an appointment at ens "" m %  %  %  ^ her .liter Mrf Alb-rt MMn ol J,^.^ wilh Mrrs Cable L Mr. teleMain 1 n slater o0 ,.s 0 aln %  "i IV,,, .1 Prior to Mr J. O. OaU. Aaaeoor or Cbrm "'"%  spmn „, „„!,,„,,,,, B.B.C. Radio Programme Stwru DIM). U a V 1 I! a m ProI 00 • With M.i.lf. SOO p m U.lWi .1. OHIO-. 10 p m Muc of SHwnItB, S D in Priiaianir>ir I'maiir %  '•* MM p.m. — ;:. %  .i a 11 %  KH RHWW •""" %  "*'" %  headmaster ol St. Giles Hoys tf(amnH p a>H |T sn „, nsn n Anaiv.i*. T is p m w r s tin May here, lie arrned ^ho,,, and MrB Cumberbiitch of fsttariah %  %  • Owra G-.i-..iiv ftiwrtins, too P ilamMe yesterday in ..„_„_„„_.. h „.. ; to m Usst And UtssSsel Eu la Rowsrail %  is P m THAdvr Kv hi* u-lfi. ma Is Hollnway the Ivy. ,. .^. >,( %  p m ini*ridr. i y i !.c.. TJ" She has gone for one month':; ardi . SM I:, .,,...,,„ A.II. r. Pro !" Th. UiSsrlaa*. too pm The Nr. I Paiod*. II i.. ng !; %  mi four years Church. %  ngineer on cable ships in c — __. p_ A _, i ___ En Route From Long ranean. xr .as _^L^ aVafll "' ''' t; Henderson turned home yesterday evening' YOUngeat Member [VI and Uieir two" i hihiren by the (elomble iiftor spend.np months' holiday. Thet After Threr Montha \MU AND MRS EDMUND 1Leave 1VI rnziER of Trinidad r* 41 SUM I II p M SiHl N.n*. in tMUl Airt I Clichff. .• p m T<-p Scoe, SOO n IS i r •tivol ot Rrnaip I i. 1 10 p m Nr-t S*. lirllam. IAS m. Radio iluiai nt ".Mi A Go. S 4ft tn p r,. i.. ,1000 p in Th loin ,. m Uslil Mn-it. 10 sr> pro i Th. Parsn. li oo p m rmm The If ..i;: aintlta < 111 eaoiaBAMMB TIIL-IMDAV. MAY 11. lP^l 10 00 iii-i 10 15 pin. N*w. 10 15 t in 10 30 p tn ThM Woah In COJIr BelJe and Mount Plantations Uni badof. .,ri tl ucx-iav nvrtftnv RofjerandStutrt areapendlnttwo thro, months' holiday. Thcj ,)U ', eveeks %  101111 were Maying with Mr and Mr. eigbt-monv %  ontoTHiitdadwhaTeali HenderA C Cottar of -Ebene/er d t.ountes* of Han'wood fon )s ritl lt(lV H) w | ln Trinidad Crumpton Street. and ai-anc.-hild o< the Princes* t^^hoi,^ | n ,he Stores DepartMr. Cosier is a retired hardware has bacome the youngest mcnl ,.,,. lk • V.M.i'A member. 71,,^ eana In vestcrdav mornbecome an honorary ng ,^ t he (olombie from En,:Doctor of Divinity member in Leeds. i an d wher" thev had spent two i is ;i nephew of non | nR While hore thev are stay'T^HE Rev. Canon Malone. In. llei who owns the |nK w i, n Mr and Mr* Clarence I cumbenl ol St. Peter's CilheSklnner of Spring Gardens, Black dral. Prince Edward Islands, a Rock. brother of Sir Clement MalOOi a While in Englnnd. Mr. Henderbsstn recommended to convocation *on -aid that he saw thr Internafor the honorary degree of Doc|i ioal football itOTM batwecu Ftigtor of Divinity. This rocommenda[ l.inrt and Scotland, 'he Cur fll r>l Uon was unanimously approved Mliirk|Kiol and New a. le llir j „„. dearoe was conferred in United nnd the Amatrur Cup Final Kind's College Chapel on May between Pciasu-and Uish.m i m[) Auckland. Canon Malone has been n priest for forty-five yearn, thirty of Un Leave which have been spent at St. M AJOR ALBERT B. MOKFETT, Peter's. He was made a Canon of Divisional Commander of the Cathedral in 1926 and for the Salvation Army in the Harbamany years has been a member of dus and Ieward Islands Division committees of pioiesan. Provinid .hie U. leave tu-daj by T C.A clal and General Synod for leave in Canada During his He was formerly a Curate at Si absi S le's Sec rhile will be acting — Commander "' Sl Philips | ansh for •i „ , months. Next Month Antigua %  j o It FRANK WALCOTT. Secre^"Y Bamiler tary of tha Barbados Work1 N BAHHADOS for a eouDk jrs' Union who returned from M. of weeks' holiday is Miss Grenada on Tuesday by B.W.I A. Eugenie Charles, Bamster-atexpects to leave for Antigua June Low of Dominica. She arriveu luih as .i membci of Itoaixl of yesterday morning by the C'olomInqulry which will inquire Into ble and Is staying with Mr. and the causes ol the various disputes Mrs. Carlos E. Clarke at Palm which have occurred during the Beach. Hastings, veai The Board (Other members Miss Charles is the daughter Sir Clement Malone, Hon. R. B. „| Hon. J B. Chai Allnul. Director of Agnetiltui.. D,,„,ni..i and Mr, t'liarles and Antigua) will make recirtiirni-iii ., | )t H. M. F. Charles, lions and observations as il in:i> Mcdie.il (Mile i % %  ( Health. Ai ima. "* " . t* Ti.nidad. Trinidad secretary .,..„. \ FTKH spending M. weeks iu.iiIncidental Intelligence %  .,! -dii-sr;, M.iv. A NSW type ol anorvwmastai well. Mr. Euc Aliuandoz. SecreX a loud banv, and waves u^ 0l ^ft BkiiTTafcRsr liTnli io'. af y Of Messrs. Gordon Grant arms ever> twenl.v minutes. NoI.I li i i' t (fn Ui... ],td., uf Port-of-Spa in, returned t.iing is said ot its party affiliation ...U^brtaft?a.Vso1J£. ' Tnnidad yesterdav evening bor to what ofnet .1 a-i 1 tfrteai: i". r>f.iiii t£ Cao: li B.W IA H c was aecomponied Canadian colui.i(si. Iran*; ia, O-t. by witt 0 d lhrc ^ children. Rupert and ike lce-floicer—39 CROSSWORD i 2 3 U 6 J~ 1 r Iff '.' !v !" i %  -frSHOPPERS PARADISE EDMONTON. Alberts Able Seaman Gerry Sinclair. M leave after duty with the Candian navy in Korean waters, said Hong Kong Is the shoppers' paradise of the Orient. He said thtt with no* taxes there, top quality BrftM) tweed suits were S3!t and good wrist watches $7. THUESDAY. M \V :n. '''' %  SENIOR COMPETITION The Evening Aeveeale .;.\iK:. ..II school-boys and school-girls between the ages of 12—19 :o send in a humorous essay, story or poem on the subject of "CAMELS". Entries must rea. I.' assart "-lory Canor. Wvoe.tr €> Ud i •• I late* tnan Wednesday avarj sfssalt, Ti.e best corrposition e ich week will be published in the Eventag Aavocaie tn,l the winner will receive a prize of books or Stationery to the .aiue of 12/6. Send this coupon with your story. SENIOR COMPETITION Name Age Sehael Home Address (01AL 2310) PI A/A THEATRE -BKHM.r.Tt.VVN >l" III i Ull"|l|i I'llllllk ill.-* -.'. • the Divisional Young ProMichael's Caithedral. Vicar of St. § fcratary. Sr CapUin Olive Saviours. Vicar of Si Paul s. \ will IKacting Divisional Barbados and he onee acted Rector j A TSough Rupcn ia very IrigSt•ntd hc nrmembcri to hokl tin'm to th* sledge. 7 ha told air nukes him shuC hia ryi 1M 4 45 J. I : FreS MarMarraT. Bardara _.%a sl t S*aw. Tatar 1 s_iu M addle Cantor m %  -iiki Mr. rivn Charlie tn... ,n OOLUKN m "AMAIEOS orrr %  Val arale Math M tl HAT1-BDAV ; HU /OVIIII .* TRAIL* %  (.AIETV TUB t.AKl.e. nT. 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ESTABLISHED 1899
THVRSPAY. MAY SI. 1951
PRICK. fTVECENTb
NO COMPROMISE: NO CHOICE
Hope Abandoned
For 62 Miners
EA8IKGT0N COUNTY, Durham, May 30
J-JOPE was abandoned tonight for 62 miners
entombed in a coal pit following an explosion
here.
Chairman of the National Coal Board, Lord
Hyndley announced: "Though 3verything has been
done, and is still being done at the pit, there tfi
now no hope Of any of the 62 entombed miners
being alive."
---------------------------------------- He made this statement *-* -^ Croydon Airport after, flying triL
K innr I iiipolc to ,he "(cne o( "* disaster Ha
Vlllfil LKUltClS had k*f| rescue sguads buttling on
amidst intense heat ana swirling
clouds of black gnu in an attempt
1" rtng OUl more U-dies
txhaunted rrscu.- workers gri
aned. Hid hen- this.
morning that "only i
rould prrvt.it the death ml) trntr.
yesterday's pit explosion rising u
8o. The revised casualty list to-
day shounl that (14 miner* m
still missing at the coal face either
trapped behind thousands of tons
of rubble or buried beneath it
Cancels
Visit To
North Ireland
LONDON. May 30.
King George- VI. who Ik suffer-
ing hum Influenza today decided
not to make his planned Wish end
Vtgfl to Northern Ireland
Queen Elizabeth and Princess
Margaret will carry out the pro-
I ramme arranged for the visit.
After h doctors had seen the
King at Buckingham Palace
day, it was announced that the
King had not shaken off
attack of influenza and had do-
< ided on the advice of his doctors
to northern Ireland.
The King's temperature whs
Mill unsettled, the Palace state-
ment added.
The King, who Is 55, had been
confined to his room since last
Thursday. He wag to have left for
Belfast on Friday night.
He had earlier this week can-
celled his visit to the famous
Derby horserace at Epsom today
The Queen, Princess Elizabeth
and Princess Margaret were at-
tending the race.
Government circles m Bel fail
emphasized today thnt the King'-
health alone prevents him from
Northern Ireland.
Reporti that he had been ad-
vised to cancel the visit because
of the possibility of terrorist at-
tacks were described as "pure
propaganda."
The Queen and Princess Mar-
garet will carry out the weekend
programme as arranged which
they would not be doing if
authorities' feared any such out-
rage*.
The Belfast police detained
13 suspected members of the
Terrorist Irish Republic Army in
connection with the crude petrol
bomb which had been discovered
and drawn to police attention
liefore it could explode.
Northern Ireland authorities
did not believe that onv personal
attack on royal personages was
ulamied though Ihey feared that
Extremists might further their
outrages during their visit.
Reuter.
Prime Minister
Pasha Accused Of
Contact With Reds
CAIRO. May 30.
IMme Minister Nahas Pasha
was today accused of being in
t'UCh with "Communist BOB*
tacta" In Cairo.
Dr. Hussein Heik.il Pasha.
Leader of the liberal Constitu-
tional Party and former Presi-
dent of the Egyptian Senate ami
I ntei -parliamentary union said
the Prime MinlMer was 'In touch
v ith the Soviet Legation at Cairn
and had other Communist con-
tacts."
Dr. Helkal Pasha took secre'
documents containing charge* to
;he Royal Palace.
The Prime Minister has order-
ed the public prosecutor to in.
vestigate allegations which tht
pro-Government newspaper. A
Misti. ridu-ulcd to-day as false
Dr. Hcikal Pasha's house has
been searched for other docu-
ment* Reutrr,
4,100 Enter For
French Election;*
PARIS. MtJ M
Candidates for the French gen-
eral elections on June 17. total
4100 for 627 seats in Metropoli-
tan and overseas France. 30 per-
cent more candidates than in the
IM| elections.
lint the job of legislator has
become less popular with women.
There are only 280 women can-
didate* of whom about 100 are
Communists. Five years ago
f| ete were 384 women candidates.
of whom 39 were elected.
Renter.
I VI IIS II Ofr' IVIIUM t.lMM n
Anuthir 15 men were knowi
I dead. MM of whom died in
hospital shortly after he
(nought to the surface.
". rescue worker who collapsed
died after hours of frantk
k m Annas, and sttfllAfl hag
the disaster area, brought the total
toll of .lead ard missing to 80.
warns were still making
desperate efforts to breach the
ticacherous loose wall of rubble,
and pump air through to any
nissing men who might still be
live.
I: ..,
man said. -So slender thai if it
fT it will be a miracle
the pit's head relatives
tained their vigil Ignoring
the drizzling rain and chill of the
bitter wind which swept in from
UH North Sea.
SrJn (icoi miners, scarves
Otted round their nt < .
templed to console sobbing wives
and mothers of the men who were
still mltting 900 feet hrlow
giound.
thai their long wait was
not yet over was brought by
silent bend shake from rescue
workeis who came to the pit'
head for a brief respite
"It may lake us tilt Friday t,
get through to the beys." one res-
rue worker said. He fnU on*
the 40 work-matea of trn- trapped
miners who Ignored the evacua-
tion ordwi tftei raatotday'i daw;
plosion and insisted on lolnin
f rescue squads. Rrutei
AWARDED the title of rather of the largest family for lftM" By the American National Father'*
Day Committee Oerrtt Koorongoi, and bla wife Jolisana po*e for a airfare -rtth alghtscn of their
twenty-one children. Tsere are ive set- of twins sod the ago* of tfca children raags from two to
twenty live year*. Express
POCKET CARTOON
by OSBERI LANCASTER
( ffiu
" It't not :' 11
:\: h 1.1, 1. tl'i |
get rid of an un
that thi* ha to.
toe/ore."
China Vulnerable
WASHINGTON. May 30
Admiral Forrest P. Sherman,
Chief of the United States Naval
Staff, testifying before the Mac-
Ai-thur Inquiry by the Senate, was
,uestloi.ed about his attitude tc
the naval blockade of Red Chinn.
china was vulnerable to
0 naval blockade, but he opposed
States undertaking
such a blockade on it* own
Reuter.
SEVEN SPIES KILLED
LONDON. May 31
radio said to-day that
CWn American *pies parachuted
1 killed
Reuter
Fire Engine
Shipped For
Barbados
lli.m O.r t. OlITISglStSSlI
LONDON. ,r
1 Hew nine ton me engine for
Seawetl Airport. Barbados, ss
well as 50 of the latest British
can and light vans were today
loaded aboard the M s Rreno at
Tilbury for the West Indies des-
tinations. The Bruno, which hag
been .'bartered h, N.igui na\
rei]i..n.d.s. leaves tofnoi
what will be its first VoyeaM .<
the West 1
The vessel was visited today
> a small party of West Indies
businessmen interested who were
onducted round by the Captair
and his Norwegian crew There
la passenger accommodation or.
board for ten persons, but for
the voyage tomorrow ortlv 1
berths have been booked.
With the mtroauction of the
M S Brune. Saguenay Termin-
als will now be operating a 01
monthly service finn. I
0 Weal Indies.
Two further vessels will he
chartered shortly and if demand
warrants it. they will both b)
transferred to the West Indies
in- iruUdng ., threw iveokly
or even more frequent
h direction.
It all depei ds upon the de-
mand", an offteial of U*
n told me today.
The Bruno will call at Burba-
dket, Trinidad, Brttbh Guiana and
Cuba
Cotton Workers
Asked To Strike
ROUEAIX, Trance Mav ft)
Directors 01 the t*)ttjDB null hen
today asked their workrrs to
.tiiki- Seven months ago the mill
1 1 1 -"iterative system of
BO per cant of
the I '111 the frirm of a month*
w/aaji bonua
The French Treasury this week
I on pocJbJ ecunq
whli h In Prance an
proportionate to the sol..- ]
being pnid by both the Company
and worker* on these bonuses
They sent in 1 bill for IS million
francs.
The Company has appealed
against the decision and toda-
..-.(:..,. ,, .,
protest .drlke
Reuter.
Flies Across
Northern Ice Cap
NEW YORK '
Captain Chart*
Airline, pilot. ha made the Mist
flight over the northern ice cap
:i single-engined plane.
H k s Mustang fighter plaae
touched down at Fairbanks,
Alaska today, ten hours and 29
n.inutes alter takatng off from
Barbufoss. 3.20ft miles away
north Norway. His average speed
was about 310 miles an hour.
In January, Blatr set up a r
New York to I-ondon record of
seven hours. 48 minutes, also In
a Must ant.
The loute of his latest flight1
lay across the North Pole. Mt
of the tlmi. engine failure uuuld
have meant death for there were
few possible landing grounds.
To combat temperatures en-
countered ai die high altitudes he
chose. Blair wore I "vital piece
of equipment-a full langth .1'
of thick red flannel underwear.
It was the first solo attempt to
A> this Arctic route in a single-
snclned plan* His efgine was a
i he oar-
patrol tanks
Two Korewegian Vampire Jets
escorted him part of the way.
When the Jets turned away, he
faced more than
loneliness m the vast iee fields
As he naarCd the polethe
I the air-
craft's rdmpais needle began to
nstant adjustments and
(-.refill t'tulatior. xrrr nrrrary
l ^e*-., him on his course.
Renter
End 0/ Lorry
Strike In Sight
LONDON. May 30
An end to Britain1- U
old .lorry driven- strike Vrfal
has virtually paralysed the roun-
unallsed road transport
system, came in sight to-night
After a meeting betw.", Al-
fred Robens, Minister of Labour
the Road Haulage Executive andj
Transport Workers' Union offi-
cials announced that it hai
agreed to shelve further appoint
ments of "snooping", road patrols
until the union had consulted Its
members
i|ceomm)endsti'>n to return*
work by the week-end is
l>ected to be put by the unofficial
Road Haulage Strike Committee
to a mass meeting of drivers to-
morrow nightRenter.
7 Nazis Lose Appeal
Against Death
WASHINGTON. May 2B
Sevan Na/i war i>i I
nee of death in LaiM
their latest appeal in the United
States Courts
Bastian
dismissed ugh) h>
the prisoners'
Magee who had asked the Dis-
rirt Court for a permanent slay
of eaeet'tiois.
Reuter.
Persian Government
Claims 50,000,000
TEHKKAN. Hat N
THE evening newspapf* h'flalal lo-dav (juoti-d Depute
Finance Minister Kareni Haasibi a.s staling thai Ihr Per
Hian Government's claims aj-ainst the Anglo-Iranian Oii
Company which were still Intomplele mulri he conaerva
lively estimated at 50,000,000
The paper said the eativtute given bv lh.^ein Makt
?ICM0WOO0 0ii Nat*naUi;,l,UM Boarft- 'M "u
Middle Eani's Oil
Ktserves Very Vast
Dr. G. M. iees
Jta
THE HAGUE May 30
Middle Last a on n-aervea
vast that they rsceed per-
napa by a Bubstautlui margia
rhe total kunwn and eaumstd rt>
orvta of ihe whole North Atneri-
nient. an Ajudo-Iranlan
oil company expert said berg s>
The expert Dr. described these "giant oiliichh.
which are unique In the world" In
.. lecture iu the Third World
Petroleum Congress now meeting
here.
said- that If as suKRestea
nftn of the total oil has sl-
resdy been discovered there, the
total resrrve would be about
.'DO.OOd.ooo.000 barrels compared
with the proved reserves of the
Cm'ted States, currently esti-
mated at about 26.000,000,000
iurrels and n total ultimate prn-
luction of lo.ooo.ooo.ooo barrels.
In view of the present early
Itasja of exploration tin
\ .[ |, (,! .1-1 ,, .11 '
M several tunes the stunato of
hose already proved, he added
Proved Middle East reserves In
1949 were: Kuwalth 10.HSn.000.-
)00 barrels. Saudi Arabi.i flooti -
000.000. Persia 7.000 000.000 and
Iraq '> 000,000.000. riVhik a total
of 31.9S0.000,000 barrels
Since thru new Held m PtrtU
id Arabia have aildci t u-<^
further 8,000.000.000 |
oresent estimate of abo.it 40.000,-
ooo.Oon barreli or 5.300.000.000
tc.is.
I)r [>.i pointed out that this
figure 40,000,000,000 barrels re-
"hirh has
been .ulivelv aXPtOn
This is about 130.000 square miles
out of the total current oil eon-
aa in the Middle
Eit of Bso.oon duara mile-.
Reuter
Filai.it klatea that Hai
askcl if after niansfei ti puwi
of the <>ll Companv would h
le for the s.des of Per
n oil. declared It will be to
if I'
'".OtlJlIM wttfa
This will not only hung Da
gtwsivlr profits, but win increase
ini commtnnal ties with the
About 30 cOnuUlvk are btU'iUS
l**lail oil imhiduut Rritaln
Franee. Holland. Nnrwa... Swe-
den. Swltreiland, Cermnny and
^mntrie* of the Meditei t ;ine.in
tVaboard and of Eastern and
North Africa. India, Pakistan
nil China", he added, according
to the newspaper.
ilso quoted Hasslhl as sta-
tion that the new Persian cen-
tral oil ofnee had been formotl
lo take OVal the ftini U
Anglo-Iranian oil to.nuuny an rucla* of the association of thi-
horiv were almos". complete.!.
Haisibi. who is Prime Minister
Moseddegh'fi candidate as .Im-f of
Persia's nationalised oil industry
was also quoted as aaylng UM
1-1 rtaOB Of iialiouailsatlon
wr.iild lie the transfer of author-
: <..' ihe 0 eon i"t to a 1
1 od nAtce. dins, oi etwfai
tnui rram the on Natlo
alisatioii Board) which will .
tin- bsMtioni of the Cm
pnv.
The second stage would l>e
eplarement of foreign expert.
nd terhnielnns bv IVi
Reuter.
SAYS GENERAL RIDGWAY
Big.{Deputiesi Defeat On Reds
win Send Note, Has JXo Pa rat lei
To Russia
AMI ,(
It 1 11 ... 1 -: h d fn m usually
,t i.ible vu.ee-. lonight that the
t. res w. .!. rn Depuuaa wilt to-
ny rrov nraaant Ian
Andrei Cromyko with BSBU1 U)
vttlna the Bovtat foreign Mlrdi
...1 Meet
lug in the lettei part of Jul>
1 the note will probably
tlso be delivered through usuatt>
hplomatir chain els la
'""ii meill III Moscow.
The Western no.e was cspectCi.
O stress the fact that the .igree-
n em atraadji waeaad b] bSi
>' piifie. provided an ample basis
'or a useful full Hedged meet in t:
>( the Foreign Ministers.
The three Western DefMl
ilona loday. Tnay wan
sOnkI to have put the finishing
nii.his to then nttn effort, bu
.1 Information aboul theti
decision was available.
A Western spokesman sun
afterwards: "Ever since the We-t
rn p /ers submitted their three
ilterni.tive agendas, ihev h
.....ide.tvnmnnj to |..'i 11 ,.
i.i- toVtai Governmert to atlen.
1 .rettug of Foreign Minister-
W have considered all possihill-
*ifs and shall eonilnue to do so
II is not possible to ail sffgfj
.nav or maj DOt < < '
Reuter
Itevin Will lie
Laid To Rest At
V\ cstinin.sler AJibev
i.onixin, ItUvf :tu
Prime Minister (lenient Attlet'
told the Commons today tna) foi -
Foreign Minister Ernest Bavin
will ho buried in the national
ferine ai Waatmlnster Abi>ey ]
Um oral s."i;.h-' -i itoeman to be
so hi nourad
Bavin died In LgMuion on Apni
14 at the age of 70. and
mated. His ashes will be re*
buned in UM Abbey among th*-
Rinti
Queen*, statostnan tnd 1
m Pi Um Mia i arinouneeri
thai the burial would lake place
without oil., i.,i era......,.. Ih the
presence of the Bavin l.m.U .u
a few friends and COlloagUOl
Interment in Waatnungtar Abbey
is an honour for eoinmonets paid
imlv to the natlont grejlesi
statesmen, men of letter* and
leaders of the aimed forces.
Renter
TOKYO, May 30
JJNITED NATIONS SUPREME COMMANDER,
General Matthew Ridgway, told correspon
dent* to day. "For the enemy there is no compro
mise; for us there is no choice "
He said various (actors, including "enormous"
losses sustained in their April and May offensive,
show that "there must be the growing question in
the minds of the Chinese soldiers as to benefiting
their Communist leaders "
mn.onO

"Affray" Affair
Slill A Mystery

still mysti Uv 'I- of Con
motu was t. Id lodu Walter .1
da .1,1 i 1, .1 Lord of the Ad-
.11 area of IN -i 1 i'
'I. of
in -nine wterk I
Of a large numhrr Of contact
dt.um 1 i.ltlcienllv
pratnlakni I...... I
Iim n be contli.....d t
K'i'ii Investigated ind diving on
.
Uoj permit
A furtl a 1, 1 nlli
south ot the aiiglnal apti
1 nds con*
limed linen Uut I otnpleta it
is Intended 11 carrj out a searei
to the north of the man
Reuier
U.S. Big Business
Aeeused Of Bribery
washinc;t ^Congress industrial organisa-
tions representing 6.000.000 organ-
ised workers to-day at 1
businov of trying to bribe Labour
to Join in 'scuttling p|
trols'1 ;md then "share in the
loot".
T;ie organisations' Sfui-turr-
Treasurer Jim.- h Carey, in a
atatemenl to the Senate Banking
Committee named in particular
anal Aaaociatlon of Manu-
faelurer. ..rid the Knlted States
Chamber of Commerce.
He said the organls-.t; 1
complete irresponsi-
bility and narrow gfOi
COUlrl wholly wreck 1.
programme".
"They propose endin,. ,
wage controls'' he Hecl^red.
w. sag kfl tM L*-i businei
BOTH WON'
HOME, May 3D
It.ith antl (dmuiunlsts and
Communists today interpreted (hi
results of North Italy's municipal
md provincial elections a- a big
1 1 ause.
Premier Auide i>e Qg parfi
ihii.ti.in [>emocrat Party and its
Ua 1 Dinted to theii com)
aeti Laftlet laronghold
Thev ousted I'lramu-
flgts and extreme left-wing So-
i.iii 1. from con
oim.'i- Tin- captured control
I of 22 out of 28 provincial .ounrili
I They achieve.i these results with
a ..l law winch gave all
"its to the w lau
og alliance
aid thi-v
aw was made lor tin. benefit of
mailer anti-Communist pnrtlei
*urh s the Liberals and Republi-
cans.
Communlata and then BoctaUtl
allies claimed tliat the Christian
IJeiiv.ir.il' drafted Ibg law to save
themselves from defeat They
pointed to Christian Penioeral
losses as an individual Bali 1 < '"II-
gri
IfHfl Reuier
British Banks
liirrease Charges
For International Trade
ixnikn. Hai M
Brltl ii I .!>;. i ava de. -'i"i to
Increase then eh.'irges foi ihuiin
ing Internatl gtal ti ida to and rrom
Britain aad batwoen tbeti conn-
Erst
Th|j tjrM of money hi!I now
cost about two l>* 1 1 eni poi in
num which la cheaper than an>
other momn whli n nii I ovet 1
trader* can obtain.
Britain bai hitherto been lend-
ing at aimui one and hnif pet
ant
The now ctwraea arlll 1
eost of imported ajoodi by a small
frm lion "i '.in pan ant
1 by thetr
pommlttee, the Banki
ratal tneii 1 otnn 1 ion 1 ite foi
"accepting1 foreign hills of cx-
rhange (0-called
rrom Lh> praaet I
16 shillings to >* shillings per
1 sterling |ier annum.
Realer
Iree World Need
Not Uhv H-Bomh
DULLES
TUCSON. AI
John K'ter Dull.- Hepuhhcii
e'orelgn I'oht v ,\ .\
o-nlght thpt Russia'*, c*p l< It*
wage a cold wai could bo quicM)
b] ' ilfuH I

rin- eauaa of bunvan liberty
.onid find "poahiVO expression
s-lthi in the 1. or atom bomW
- sal The free, n.iinitis ihotild plan
11 lermi 1 1 irengt)
and out oppongntfi arealuisaV
Despoil.' Soeietiev idways look
....... forml 1 '"! han 1 1
be told an udlanei it \<- 1 n|
verslly of Ai l/mm
Dulles, we of Secret
Stale D.MH Ad
visors is now preparing a Japan*
1 |.i ice treaty Nexl M*aea>
d he goal to London foi u*JJji
.viii Brltl ofth Ltd
Rrairr.
limply B u< A
New Issues On
Saar Arise
BONN. May 30
West German Chancellor U
Conrad Adenauar told 1

nave snsen over the Saar which
i-*.mo*l ir.e Government to review
Rettler
PAPAGOS RESIGNS
.isue* include prohibition
'.if the Uv.11 House of I'lrliament
'from entering the Soar, prohibi-
,'ion of the Saai ;
and a letter addressed to the S*B
{Premier Johannes llofTman. by
Kobert S -i roreign
ATIII.'.
Field Marshal Alexander I
agos. Commander-in-Chlet of the Minuter on Msy ff.
Greek armed force*, resigned j "The Saar question must ii
to-night. He is M. He was ap- circurn '.m r-, Interfere with
Um Greea lorl aatabllsh good relations
larntiriii cl hetv I snd franre and
war on Greece in October 1940 thereby hamper reconstruction if
He is an ardent R WssMatn F.uroi^ Adenauer con-
Reuter. United Reuter
Tories (Criticise
l.alioKi Govt.
On Antarctic Issue
LONDON, btu m
Itai rtai k Medl-
gtrvativfl the Govt
ment in the Commons today foi
Ha 'failure to read iti
Argentlne'l 1 halleng'- in the An
bantii
lie Government was Betting ai
extremely dangvrout. pi" I
tiandllnf of 'hi-, matter*-
It had been a direct cause ol
Britain being challenged in othei
vital matten. in other parts of the
wbrld. he contended.
foreign Secretary Heii-r Mot
rjion retortad that thi* was
mast reniarkable seriea
aaluniptlona a n d propaganda
stftements.'
I ted and ;.re msin-
taininc Uw lountry '
he said . Reuter.
V r.e/uelun I.in 11I
l^eaves ltiniil.nl
1 1. On <.! .-.wittlrtii.
I'ORT-OF-SPAIX. May 29.
Lntnanoie Lopei Cpn-
treras. Van 'I ''<> -
ral and Dean or the Consular
Body is expei ti-ii to leava Tnni-
dad in June lot Vaneauela. He
will not return. Lieut-Col
i'-ioll has been named at
nis successor.
SLAVF. CAMPS
KARACHI M
Mi .1 i.f i i.ini .Lir.ivt China norvatlon" by
me Chinese Nationalist delegate
l 1 in RafllonaJ Confareneo
4 Free li Kh 1 rnlani hi -
Chin., had, in ,,|le.
1 rlpted I ..... work* 1
< iee an pa h it u.........
atelliu land M.....than 11.. -
KM ''hu,, 1 ...... had baen
Irafted inli
die Koieaii -at Renter.
I
1 1
I

1
dieted on

magnlnccni I'niti 1 N
1 f I
N
nto Northern K 1
daj .md Allied troops pushed
against a solid screen of ( 1
hrti read) lo die
grouted
Allied tnHMiv battled usrougnoul
daylight noun
ih. rtebing im.nwt.tii rains u along
the centi al
1 north of
. of Yanggu nt
I
I of llwa-
1 thi i iglel
he Imjln and Haean rirera, seven
lb of The Mtti
Allied .in.irilii'. irt 1
mortal bomharilmeut- failed to
ihslodge one battalion southeast of
Yabfu TanggU and Um American
'.ti to go in with
,:.in ihiir ob-
jectives
inlst truck
eonvoys with haartllejiti
and bellevut to be carrying rein-
1 rted heading
KHith slang roads northet .1
nutheasi Vm Massed
Allied artillery poured shells on
onvo. esul 1
ported
11. CMneaa threw m beavy at-
tacks against the I'mied State
mil ,i' 4ind Hwa *i. n
Ki ream elaad the high ground
overlooking the HWbi hot
the western Up of the
and lln.dlv scaled the last escape
route left n|ien lo renuiints of the
( ommunlal dlt 1 nor I.......
>f the rasnsrveJi
United States tank and Infantry
olumnn r. 1
aaulta,
\ .....nb
t '
ithdi .
lifter three
I HI
in the
, from
1
eaten
i n., hai
crowd Um Him 1 In jin rgjalnii
.ti.i.i ..in.
intil the* broke
1 dusk.
Ad down
Renter.
THE "ADVOCATE"
Days for NEWS
DIAL 3115
Day or Night
Tories Ask Aboul
Grenada Riots
LONDON, ::
The 1 -aboui Govarnm rongly pn
H ratlve hppa iltloi Ln th Houae of Coeru
lo make 1, itatetnant on recant diMur-astscaa In tlrenari.i
Flrat quesstlona brought froin Tot Cool O
i"th ol the drctiad i I
1 I a Dt puts 5u| intendent
ppotntetf,
Trade I iiitnii-m
Can Cheek CrowHi
Of ('oiniiiimisiii
KARA! 111
I

, ,. .
national 1 of Pre.
da* that Com-
muajgm usually swept .. < 1
under-*.'velopefJ riiiintrieR with

Wlaufhl he Mig
the lines
1 f Britajn*! with *tt gag and wide-
"prea*! Ti. I
which call, d 01 '
1 :
1
security
and srelfare f> r work*
Vldlng foi living Wilge
housing, stcarnevs, insm
The Resolution laid d
nuiKlmum period
was to I
rompMed, but emphasised thai
Reuter
I 1
non of 11 ipeelsl pollct
ranrtered b] thi
Laidalatlve Council
more efferllve di '
provi moblUt)
in *tcsl-
ing with
1 are 1
acts or violence
during t!......
whom -ii v>ere convicted**.
trifle I '' 11
asked; Wj it 1
IriUl>lllt>
to cope ' 'i whic't
led to
men Is sufficient 1. .
lug on arltl "f sg-'-
vices partieulnrly the |
i of the West ll
Reuter.
DIAMONDS
TORONTO
A il-ye ;.'!.'
Struggle in.2t; cut diamond*
m CBflOOO 11 I
at were
hidden In two rubeer ew-Uiner.

them


>
I'K.I Mid
HARD \lii is ADMil \ I I
Qcodb Caliinq
IWY ?
iol the
.can left
by the ('!-
Ktt* to Jamaica, Cap-
i tmm, Henrj I
srarffa arttn B.W.I A. in
.
1
fpenri .. bni dayi in Tl I
s
After Three Years
MUtOCI \T AI'SHAIJ.
, ( FdnUbdlt, hr> hod
ft
Op-
ralni
t oiemblr
nen*.
i , i is the >.Ht "f Mr.
Robert Marshall of Dm Co-ta 4
COm ud.
ARTIE'S HEADLINE
" tn't fill* 1u$t wona?ti\
Elmertoning all thai u
lot I'm .
Barbados Holiday
MISS MDOOY O'DONNELL ar-
! from Tim: i
Tuesday morning by B.W I A
on a visit and li staying with Mrs
Stoute in Rock Icy In transit to St
l.ucla b> the same Diane was Mr
William Spencc. Mr Anlhonv
Barnes and Mr /hernias Shann.
cf t h <
Round Trippers
MR. and Mn
"Cul lode n Hoi
nit Wood of
ak-
nK I he Caribbean Cruise I
< u lorn Me which lelt Bji
.( ten. i) artarnoon othc:
s*.i|er K"in: on il;i round trip
re Mi OoddanL Mm.
Baatrlce Uuhley, >* Bn
BrOWM Mr Lionel Jon.".. In-
mother and sinter Hazel.
Fn mull' ii> Jamaica a* the <-
(mMe sn Mr- Harah WnKht.
Mrs. Annie Harris. Mis Vcroniqne
I. NuhoU and Mr Paul S. Shel-
don.
BssasnawatJs
Ruth Khama
with her baby g.il
raasjtasBssI r
-he u aassssswl "i
t brothtr for ui.
Ruth w h o s a
mortage to Be
retie Kasma foe-
i aiae a world 'tory
I> happy, :iml do."
not aaastva in out
chlM famlli**
-tory on p. i
Communist
\*
ay
PAK1S
A man. bound and gagged, was
found on the roadside at a spot
13 miles from Pan*. At hospital
it was discovered he ana tattooea
with a hammer and sickle, an<-
ihut hypodermir m.uk-. on his arm
were due to injection* of Fwtt
IhasoL the truth drug. It is pre-
aumed that the man. a Rumanun
<*. the victim of an internal politi-
Oal quarrel amory Communists
Renter.
Trinidad Magistrate
MR B. W CEI.ESTAIN. Mag-
of Trinidad
To Spend One Month
OFF to Trinidad by the Cetosn-
ble yesterday afternoon was V
Mi-.s Qraea Cumber batch, da ugh -
Buck from U.K. Holiday
MR ,l!l) wnoac hus-
band PJC.0 at Chn.l
ve.;er
4 olombir f
England nftar ahout three
si. was ;icCom------------ -- mbm win* u..m~. ... -..,...- . -~
panic! : HI >on Rich- '!"' P-n of h. l '"' " M .,1 Mr C. W. Cumb.Tb.lch. ?,", "-'. <
i England, la now >pendin( Iwo hedma,r of SI. ol|M- rioy, LSiT aj. T: V
Alo arriving by th- CMaaabte lKJ,r"
f,om Hi. i -------- l I ,he Caaun
D I/. Horlock. companiKI by hb """a. She has none
hu comr oul lo laym at lxalon-on-Sca. The holldI. whlch ,hc w| ,,*,, wilh ju. i
ip an appointment at en- s""m ^ her .liter Mrf Alb-rt MMn ol J,^.^
wilh Mrrs Cable L Mr. teleMain 1 n slater o- 0,.s0aln - "i
IV,,, .1 Prior to Mr J. O. OaU. Aaaeoor or Cbrm "'"-" spmn , !,,,,,,,
B.B.C. Radio Programme
Stwru Dim). U a
V ------
1 I! a m Pro- I 00
With M.i.lf. SOO p m U.l-
Wi .1. Ohio-. 10 p m Muc of SHwn-
ItB, S D in Priiaianir>ir I'maiir
'* MM p.m. ;:..i a 11 kh
rhww """"*'" headmaster ol St. Giles Hoys tf(amnH. pa>H|- t sn , nsn n Anaiv.i*. T is p m wr s tin
May here, lie arrned ^ho,,, and MrB Cumberbiitch of fsttariah " Owra G-.i-..iiv ftiwrtins, too p
ilamMe yesterday in ..___.. ,h_ .. ; to m Usst And UtssSsel Eu la Rowsrail is P m th- Advr
Kv hi* u-lfi. ma Is Hollnway the Ivy. ,. .^. >,(*, p m ini*ridr. i
. yi !.c.. tJ" She has gone for one month':; ardi . sm i:, .,,...,, a.ii. r. Pro Th. UiSsrlaa*. too pm
The Nr.
I
Paiod*. II i..
____ng !; mi four years Church.
ngineer on cable ships in c __. p_A_, i ___
En Route From Long
ranean.
xr .as _^L^ aVafll "'! ''' t; Henderson turned home yesterday evening'
YOUngeat Member [VI and Uieir two" i hihiren by the (elomble iiftor spend.np
months' holiday. Thet
After Threr Montha
\MU AND MRS EDMUND 1-
Leave 1VI rnziER of Trinidad r-
* 41 SUM I
II p M SiHl N.n*. in tMUl Airt
I Clichff. . p m T<-p Scoe, SOO
n IS i r tivol ot Rrnaip I
i. 1 10 p m Nr-t
S*. lirllam. IAS
m. Radio
iluiai nt
".Mi
A Go. S 4ft
, tn p r,. i.. ,- 1000 p in Th
loin ,. m Uslil Mn-it. 10 sr> pro
i Th. Parsn. li oo p m rmm The
. If ..i;: aintlta
< 111 eaoiaBAMMB
TIIL-IMDAV. MAY 11. lP^l
10 00 iii-i 10 15 pin. N*w. 10 15
t in 10 30 p tn ThM Woah In Coji-
r
BelJe and Mount Plantations
Uni badof.
.,ritl ucx-iav nvrtftnv RofjerandStutrt areapendlnttwo thro, months' holiday. Thcj
,',)U ', eveeks........ 101111 were Maying with Mr and Mr.
eigbt-monv.....* ontoTHiitdadwhaTeali Hender- a C Cottar of -Ebene/er .
d t.ountes* of Han'wood fon )s ritl.lt(lV,H) w|ln Trinidad Crumpton Street.
and ai-anc.-hild o< the Princes* t^^hoi,^ |n ,he Stores Depart- Mr. Cosier is a retired hardware
has bacome the youngest mcnl ,.,,.lk .
V.M.i'A member. 71,,^ eana In vestcrdav morn-
become an honorary ,ng ,^ the (olombie from En,:- Doctor of Divinity
member in Leeds. iand wher" thev had spent two
i is ;i nephew of ,non|nR While hore thev are stay- 'T^HE Rev. Canon Malone. In-
. llei who owns the |nK wi,n Mr and Mr* Clarence I cumbenl ol St. Peter's Cilhe-
Sklnner of Spring Gardens, Black dral. Prince Edward Islands, a
Rock. brother of Sir Clement MalOOi a
While in Englnnd. Mr. Hender- bsstn recommended to convocation
*on -aid that he saw thr Interna- for the honorary degree of Doc-
|i ioal football itOTM batwecu Ftig- tor of Divinity. This rocommenda- [
l.inrt and Scotland, 'he Cur fll r>l Uon was unanimously approved
Mliirk|Kiol and New a. le .llirj . dearoe was conferred in
United nnd the Amatrur Cup Final Kind's College Chapel on May
between Pciasu-- and Uish.m im[).
Auckland. Canon Malone has been n priest
_ for forty-five yearn, thirty of
Un Leave which have been spent at St.
MAJOR ALBERT B. MOKFETT, Peter's. He was made a Canon of
Divisional Commander of the Cathedral in 1926 and for
the Salvation Army in the Harba- many years has been a member of
dus and Ieward Islands Division committees of pioiesan. Provin-
id .hie U. leave tu-daj by T C.A clal and General Synod
for leave in Canada During his He was formerly a Curate at Si
absi
Sle's Sec
rhile will be acting
Commander "' Sl Philips | ansh for
i months.
Next Month Antigua j o
It FRANK WALCOTT. Secre- ^"Y Bamiler
tary of tha Barbados Work- 1 n bahhados for a eouDk
jrs' Union who returned from M. of weeks' holiday is Miss
Grenada on Tuesday by B.W.I A. Eugenie Charles, Bamster-at-
expects to leave for Antigua June Low of Dominica. She arriveu
luih as .i membci of Itoaixl of yesterday morning by the C'olom-
Inqulry which will inquire Into ble and Is staying with Mr. and
the causes ol the various disputes Mrs. Carlos E. Clarke at Palm
which have occurred during the Beach. Hastings,
veai The Board (Other members Miss Charles is the daughter
Sir Clement Malone, Hon. R. B. | Hon. J B. Chai
Allnul. Director of Agnetiltui.. D,,,ni..i and Mr, t'liarles and
Antigua) will make recirtiirni-iii ., |)t h. M. F. Charles,
lions and observations as il in:i> Mcdie.il (Mile i ( Health. Ai ima.
"* " . t* Ti.nidad.
Trinidad secretary .,...
\FTKH spending m. weeks iu.ii- Incidental Intelligence
. ,.,! -dii-sr;, M.iv. a NSW type ol anorvwmastai
well. Mr. Euc Aliuandoz. Secre- X a loud banv, and waves u^
0l^ft BkiiTTafcRsr liTnli io'. 'afy Of Messrs. Gordon Grant arms ever> twenl.v minutes. No-
i.i li i i't(fn Ui... ],td., uf Port-of-Spa in, returned t.iing is said ot its party affiliation
...U^brtaft?a.Vso1J. ' Tnnidad yesterdav evening b- or to what ofnet .1 a-i
1 tfrteai: i". r>f.iiii t Cao: li B.W IA Hc was aecomponied Canadian colui.i(si.
Iran*; ia, O-t. by witt 0 d lhrc^ children.
Rupert and ike lce-floicer39
CROSSWORD
i 2 3 U__ 6
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r Iff
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i -fr-
SHOPPERS PARADISE
EDMONTON. Alberts
Able Seaman Gerry Sinclair. M
leave after duty with the Can-
dian navy in Korean waters, said
Hong Kong Is the shoppers' para-
dise of the Orient. He said thtt
with no* taxes there, top quality
BrftM) tweed suits were S3!t and
good wrist watches $7.
THUESDAY. M \V :n. '''''
SENIOR COMPETITION
The Evening Aeveeale .;.\iK:. ..II school-boys and school-girls
between the ages of 1219 :o send in a humorous essay, story or poem
on the subject of "CAMELS". Entries must rea. I.' assart "-lory Canor.
Wvoe.tr > Ud i I late* tnan Wednesday avarj sfssalt, Ti.e
best corrposition e ich week will be published in the Eventag Aavocaie
tn,l the winner will receive a prize of books or Stationery to the
.aiue of 12/6.
Send this coupon with your story.
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THEATRE --
BKHM.r.Tt.VVN
>l" III i Ull"|l|i I'llllllk ill.-* -.- '.
the Divisional Young Pro- Michael's Caithedral. Vicar of St.
fcratary. Sr CapUin Olive Saviours. Vicar of Si Paul s. \
will Ik- acting Divisional Barbados and he onee acted Rector j A
TSough Rupcn ia very IrigSt-
ntd hc nrmembcri to hokl tin'm to
th* sledge. 7 ha told air nukes
him shuC hia ry th bump. Whrn It cornea it .-
very alight. Ho find* ha hai Landed
on a aieep liope of mow and u
rushing down through the iorrit ot
ill HIOHIX htilKMD
GLOBE
plaaa. B.11 and A-gy have been home
and have relumed to the lake lo
rarcii foi him- 11"* he cornea,"
rriei Algy. "Hi. Rup*ff. where
hive you been ? Bui anil Rupert
atop. 1 he 'ledge atrcaki
i)M ihem, heading straight for
Nutwood
PLAZA
BRIDGETOWN ,
no CANT
KISS AHA1 THK STOKY
AMUIMII or AN
UNHOLY
LOVE I
Paramouat I'rraaaU :
Prad MacMI'RRAY
Barbara STANWYCK
Edward G. tOBlN'SON
In
'DOUBLE
INDEMNITY"
i .-r -hii" iuiiw
b"JHE*"W"l ND0W"
TAKZAN'N
DESERT
MVSTERY"
loham* -h.r--i.i
llli i \i
Mark Mr.-n
lOW l'iid>i 1M 4 45 J. I
: FreS MarMarraT. Bardara -
_.%asl t S*aw. Tatar 1 s_iu M
addle Cantor m -iiki Mr. rivn
* Charlie tn... ,n OOLUKN m
"AMAIEOS orrr
Val arale Math
M tl
HAT1-BDAV ;
' HU /OVIIII
.* TRAIL* '
(.AIETV
TUB t.AKl.e. nT. JAMES
H
'*** .viir- i usr.ou Ml tfta
MIDNITC SATl'RnAY Ind
l-HI-OS MiriNV III. \-rtl. a
ll 01 THI Al \Mil
Jlanmr h .1.1.
SJDLSJbsb.
., 2afV' ''5 sl' i,,n- tea Seam
LirTI.I. ClANT" (Ahboll and Cmtrllo)
And "COaVMTE K :^25" (Itandolph Srnll)
AOI \ III VJ.VB f XiejOMA [Ma WiOnly)
i on il it set up*et (Si
l-.liup~ ill.cud lb (&>
'ill. I'iua. i4l
21. How war Is seen in fatigue. i>
Basn
1, Listen dare. |8| 2. Can L (0)
;i. Sort ol unng Kale would do. it)
^. un-iii II- nr. >l II
S Obtained :ti>iti ilamp aQiiiDa 8. A all. p.ece i>l ournl wood. (
S. A particular frienfl. 4i
10, jculc.'i Juiin at an KDgnati puo-ir
acnool. ill II. Old eTes. (41
13. Near a ring. IB)
li. It's a oaae. 13)
M1C
FOR ONE SOLID WEEK
un adve;\ti;iies .or _pipa
,^^^^.uv^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^i'^^^^^^^^^^/^^^^^^^^^r^^^%^^^^^^^^^^^.
Sl. Andrew Mills Products
are espclally suitable lor
those with delicate) akins.
Extra poll and absorbenl.
t hygienic and soluble.
i
Obtainable at all leading stores.
\JtST MX ...
1 CONTINENTAL PRINTED
! BEMBERG SHEERS
| IN RARE and EXQUISITE DESIGNS
I hi' I'vrft'rl Summi'r Hiiss .llatt'rial.
EVA3VS & VVHITFIELDS
DIAL 4606
YOUR SHOE STORES
and so does every woman 11
Therefore try ihe lamoua ....
< AMI-MA SAM I Alii
\AIKI\S
ANDREX TOILET PAPER
ANDREX FACIAL TISSUES
STANEX PAPER HANDKERCHIEFS
SAMARITAN TOILET PAPER
DIAL 4220


TIU'R-.|>i. \m II 1*51
i\i:n.\im< vi.v.* vii
l-vj.i nun i
I AM) WILL BE I \KI\
OVER I OR MARKET
etnMy Tuesday passed a Resolution
i nment.
vet of land CM
Uriel
by Hon Mrs Muriel Hanwhell.
Th* Add that in accord-
ance wnli the I Ml 5 of the Land Acquisi-
LCt, l<*49. the the Legislature is
for the ..cquisitiun <>f an area of land at Ea&le
Hall tor the purpose s,>l out in the Resolution.
U.S. Workers Grt
Large shun* Of
NullOliul lid Him-
Washington, dc
Lined cm-

much larger share oi
idrnig the

..-. Wtl

'

II I
proposed lt* iooa
land is acquired by th. Q
mem to Iggeg it I
Vestry .1! .1 (. .
.1 1-1 kid oi .'
11 is the .mention of the I
ment to p
istrtet market.*,
allowing thr Vestries to build.
maintain and control them"
V.. c* t the Resolution !i.
. 1V question .
"gaging
on of the public lb-
tl 1'ini.inhi.imhi. 1 ( I mat it wu from abouX
The proportion thai IMi
ba> 1 as well
Medical Officer had been uumIv
snjsaj -nig rites for
:
1 meat.
I A hoi raerabers would re-
other, 111I1 we* pans
ha in- the Vnury in.- right to 1
the* B arere recem-
< .i ... Carrington*g Village,
and 11 Milk Mario I
i placea
aowew r, had yet bcvii
way of actual erection.
, that "I the workers. Tho first attempt was now being
The lluntKHMfs
Must 8*U
To ItVlran
DarwiiTfl Rout*?

On the m
D
hegiannig of utv <* the


.1 nave to **>
liorne, m* m
pay death tfutSM nut global cruise thai will *
-night. *ea-route followed nv...
t natur-
will see .0.
arcd jnuhih

The Earl .,...
'

8
A (ii
nmiy mane* .... mUsnt.
14.000 .. have been ,t 1 ..red am-
I
I will be
km ,i which the geoeraphi<.ii rhi

1 .1 ago
i 1.000.000 I
Hue son the Seventh Earl **td

tn view ol .1 possible oil shortage, do you think we ( Mile mate in tho engtf 3 and lo&s on the cai I
.I. .
PASSAGE
PAYMENT
GOES UP
hlotxt 1 ra ttsfusion
Centre O/wnwi
In Marliniuiw
10.6 per
cent, i.f the national in



The
Ho
a-.-I mbl
resestitioB re-
be pel** ..-klT"!,,''!^ Sfif? j ol pa>-
ajls 11..11 was one dolb " ,m,"r'
a : quays Eoai rim was ft
11 ment .is lieiug too exor-
' had thereffirv

"a" SgS+m mii., km
h* ..r.. .i,-.i r, hn laung 10 in
.
Dr. H. fjk Cmnmiiu (l.i Who
t'h.k charai ol UM Resolution
, seM iIku It toual

iir(iiw|r |-i.- - -. -__
have .. neM.iiit.Qi, o' "" ''""' ^V

ISO i
Ible to 1 1
l! Ilka the present
the Bite,
per cent, of the
HV. tr.l (HMhUrd (f) MUd '
ir, bul 3.000.- he
iHi rcwi lasi linking an attempt . w
1 .i,,. iiruvuled
hi aid have to In- insumrlent.
UM present form.
1 A.
i iv ami should be u
... mt that <
pal 1

....... '-'. -i could
1
anch "i the Fran
rhich will pta}
! iiu Pasteur Inetllute.
\\ Jker*a V U&UBlllg t ma>iih"--
'I HM t I..1 ii.1i-

unue Id 1

-
antre cs
K 1
Martuuqua t. .
I
t 0.0-.

1
....
;
about threui
01 loeaj ,
For Thr
Honour Of
Britain
*
who nets
I 1..000 will
.111 <>t I:.

OCW.
\

erew, saw sfUl aa the ten-

-ire I n lUu
I

mi i^,. ipssre u> loktra Calva inlet
.hi the < i
wesset win bead

1 1 Kin
pautuiav* <
1 nniln tnrouj
wsnil J
ftiH'T
1"
t-Ti.lt
M. MarCOLL

i.f UM Col I I '
.
rne Bnal imptenwnwtton f "ti H not ><-i

Mr. A, R. S. I.rwis (L)
mat the nnrt Impreaatoo of the ,,(sK , lhl. ,cll-n .
oixler t0 WhiCO the Hvsnlulio* kx-, (k,Illlla. T,.. ,
[ion*.*,
ad the Oovernrn nt to pay
that the present 1
l^-ss for Landlord
The proportloii going to land- The land at Eagle Hall they all {!!"
1 km !,( anyone who really knew
to 1 4 |>er cent. 0 m ' land ill St. Michael
. ChVi would rem:
m lollar souars foot was
World Wi 11 and whlcn not too high tot Oovernraent to
I II m effect in "winy |f Knew that the land op- |fc
posits the site at Eagle Hall had wbethe
hut bs noticed that It mcnl
Minted for
, ib:o.
.
1 1 high
ns last year, their part
from BS per cent In 1929 to 8.1

rordmg i economists,
that the dynamic brand c.f Amen-
.
. 'cnt from thoi
1 .mimunist
Under Ih
I * tl* of blOIKl
' 1hal formed.
Mtb Iteen sold i.1 one dollar
1 "" and twenb inaro foot. HospiUil.
'" That would mve some mdfcatlon ub) be sm (or
it the sftO for the market lUHda pel kg S mer-
orth. rled couple, and Ua 1
sSowance for each child where
Mrs. Ilanvchell Willing .. swenstd hV
hoped that some SUCb I 1
HansCnell tn only too would be adopted.
Willing to sell this land at what He ubaerved too, that Wnce
lored a reasonable price, the new rate uilt bscone DOa
II. believed thai the price was not erative ai from April I. ItWO; the
pui up bv her but by people who (louse -hmild be given son\e id<>
?-.'"7 'Vh^e advised her end had a better of what toll back pay would
nrntmlrt knowledge of real estate than she amount to.
had
.. II,- waidd raggl m.i h. Ml
,Sd be l.rgOT and Urjer lh.rc. -'" ih.- ( ompuljory Acqiulhf.n
Kllord. and C.BIUI Ac, had to bo used la .cqu.re this
UM ,,. ol vvlu.t,
jhouMh... .,d nnd ninny people 10 whom lijiu.1
Km, fell wa* not exorbitant
[. Jo , lhr (iilU'i lilr Ik-11 would gel lhi.1 ami
ll man (ran many personi. wWlnl
r,. land lie knew many
1 "!CDI
given tn It In tl
-,: '
Metropolitan Lrranee. n-
He oi" not know II oaVeri ol during On of lbs
l were affected or centre, it i 1
be made In
NEW v< >RK
tan i77ti. durl
aUtUonar> a s r
ajnarican Q ene r s 1 v-
was Psken n
. .
He was wossaded Hi the arm
I .1 month later in B
, .III p
. I ..,
1 tii' bis ncal council
btek said W.K.dhuii.
I nii.ii.iii>
LMUsh omeet rot
u ....
King
VI vhen Mi
eel liemI" 1 S.Pin.' hntish h
. 111 thr United
I fee .1 -ti-.ii. iew the Inserip-j
snethlni
'"' "
mistrntive Hi H] (Ing lnt<
1 ..!.!.. and can
Oftlcer-.
thai
.
1..-
) plasma bank
. : being
.iniount -#oi to 'late by
ioi enough
ii < da It is hoped.
Will ll '

.,)
//arbour Log
IS CARUSE &AY
with tin
.....hnce,

ill get Dt .1. .ii multarj honou
ii- h r: onvineln
WicMihuii reeerrs I W
ound "while |
pt.ll.
Anl Sal 11 h ssUasj f I iceord*
sjy.
ttH.\ .1.10. lo mMs-pro-
mask
which e*u only 4
. . ,..., nil and is as light an o hsnrt-
crrhiel irnfoetunately.

Commonwe ilth rh

I 1 nth hint'

.

B
pnnticable at 1


|| UrilUT
B.W .l.A. Guts
Ptfrty Fares

Soft
11*11. Wall*.

ll typifies tin- trend that I
; .,( the tfa
. atury. ll
land for bui
could not agree
rsre willing to get
Special

ulablc 10 sports
tare
pm pass.
slsgal I atn
ih I-imUIiiIi.. MV. "
SI.IX. Hch v. M 1,
lei w 1 Eutim..
1 Undud II. s.i,
1. m g 1
Fkiramcw BmMiiwL *u
r i
I ,\
AnaxvaUai
M V. Iliirrwoud. S4 U>i>
Im :>li St'arrh I or
\\ ilil Sugar (.'aiiis
. niv doubled
As
1th* Govern- Mganisations travelling between

PVorte Rico), ui
I sporting ilxtures
Mr. A. E. s. Lewis cL) said that or_other commitments.
1 si
lie could not agree witn oovcm- ".faSS'lT" "
in tiiK period the UA nation ,,(lK the Act to seqiure UWIA,J'
W tin* ., |.,nd "!'.,
u-hiio the 1 -. ... ._,.., :;*'.,':''i!:l
.1-. 7,.%*4 1.1
I
1
HalUas.
'
LONDON, May 2fl.
lb with tt on.
i\ Ml mi OH
human
. ..i Inini.
11 Lea Angee
. uys thflin all. 1 d
1 aatily.
1 n 1 \ iw.i-vf AR-m.w ireai
.1 name ii
illi ill (l.'iinJIi lug in-
. .,: illli Kiinent
. Inii an
sahm it
.. drrorce
I, ltul hi
,-i addsM

1 he 1...... 1 *" h
J'can Mangoes
_ (M.Mnnmnt had to be
mended on attempting to acquire
this land at a reasonable price
Hi iK'lievod. however, that last
nment purchased
and under tin (Amipul 01 y Avt
Under this arranrenient.
.011. or delegations R ill
tO -n relum
ueketi fw the 1
la i.i pii 1 M' pvoi
1
T
MJ
'

they eventually paid more for it naanberi and the return Journey
Ui bai
m v.(.
M V Miki. .
. Lo*,-
XI V 1 .
v
S a Bnalri>. IJM i
11 -.
laj-AHi
1 Mliy II Uvtotl.....
Brll I I
i- %.. St IlKII IK-I
ban they would have done other- I ''l- l "
He .-.t.ui\iy hoped that on .Support. of rnem- s>
. wotudnot happen "', '' *'' ,' L *"
During the diseueslon whk* fol-
llsclosed recentU bj UM ...... kfweti Mr. Mottley pointed out ffV*
, ii vaa net correet to say
the h;id noi been possible to acqii
oust be spoil
and booked through Ute D
trip.

1.'.


produced an Item ,tu. iaill, t,y private treaty. He
Oformed bg Mr. Herbert
,. : Messrs- Cerrii
.i mat Mrs. n.,ii
ha 1 been la him and said
, : 1 beard ow word from
mon the Oovernmenl or ih.
. iting
"
v to sell u*
, si V.i.i
- I.8M

Escape from
fallen House



no olhvT
"
. .
Lo ins lari
up to the
mmerch 1
v .1 .assa* Ne 1 .
,.'. n re- n ud 1 H
. ui ihe world "'
1
,..:. nd largely
only by
lib 1 in dujaomsl
Bo the bare less h *uing fo
was having to type ou
peesns which rrii
'
III AU1.IMm -evA V01
n the wake ol the drown
IDJ of Iiu nx /.....Us U
Ham "- giv.

THIMV DM il \H OLU
I.i.k 11
t 1 1 Vim ma. gQe
1 toe mor.thi In K
.wako loy in Uti
irMt.1 'i
(n Touch With Barbados
Coast Station
lh-t . I* to 1 mi bs wa kilhw In a the whw 1_________________
bleep

oik Ron
the Government.
about Ihe purchase of the land
Nob-xlv had discussed the matter
The only thins sli

MAIL NOTICES
r. |l. ,..,
'

n
lap rm-.il
v .
1 1 or-SPAIN, I
A outlier, her three-week-om
children
iped death when
ad and fell on
lag a heavy downpoui
Neighbours attracted by th<
ad to tl
It, ..huh'the governmeni
nS them IheCen- "' nflrreand gailaiil
Foundry stte for Whil 1 '
... about it as eases
in Ihe Pre:^- lb ll Ihe land WOUltl
be aequlred under 'he Cornpulsor>
. Ad


ntt Hi." .

1
1
-
cam,
JUNIOR COMPETITION

ttg I vming Advocate Invites all
Mr
other
Malt lev

gkler 12 lo send Ir
the subject of "CI.OKS"
in The Lvriiiiii Adyo
, ,,.. 1 .-, to UM value
I,,-,.. rnUSt " 'i Tke C'hUdreil'ti EdH.r, The
Uverste << lid. I llv, aol la** than Wednesday every week.
'..ni pant 1- 1 i'
foot, "i l- g.\.m......nt io be
:." be said.
RATES OF EXCHANGE
( VS IH.
Shei ii Dm i Sbi I
shock ihe inether attributed I
i' cans frot >'i kms injui > to the
.hi me protection of tl
Mai" sin. gri
He wasnot objeeiipgio the Go% ..,,> 1 .1 oi tb'
mmeni trying to bu. 1.....etntni Vi M;il,
il which ihey thought the prtd
t^ked was exorbilant. but it thev
form. the.

,.. .W(> Will see
ugder thi

1
, iitii ii iinciionof flsvoar
Highland
Queen
SCOTCH WHISKY
Sola Importasri .
W.S.HDNR0L KO.llD.BHlDUIOWN RARS90',
Whiter Hh:i .
brighter coloured*
that's what you g.t with Rinso!
Ui nch lather w>ak\ out Jin so
thoroughly arvl oujckhj! SO
gently loo' lor cjsicr, qUkfat
washing. 11 I'm ' you'll It'
thrilled wuh thfl wondcrtu
rault> it g>vc'
RINSOforqll
your wash!
CamJ/a,
eueGr. tfciiv ii.i##. i###.*.
"NOXZEMA"
1

Your I 1VOU
prevent* SI mm i'N
,stin IrnUbonv
Ni\/I \1 \
WccUedi .. lb i v* > fcuabum,
NOX2I MA'
(a (as Lmk M
m rhrcf Si/es 1'J. r-' '"
BOOKER'S (Barbados; DRUG STORES
Ud-Broad Street
and ALPHA PHARMACY. Hastings


I'M.i Miri
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
TIIIR--I>\V ll II, IK I
BARBADOS
*..-----5-------
mated k? Mm Advwttt* <-o..
JUMNgTE
Broad H. BrldtioL
Thiirul. v MaJ II, 1951
lO-or-KitviiYi:*
THE history of Co-operatives in Barba-
dos lias not been rosy. In fact the general
pub!:* i in Ihe progress of the
island and realising the advantages of such
a service Lwfe Uvii left wondering whether
it in the intention of the Government to
stance in the formation

At r is to he found in the publica-
tion of a notice in a recent issue of the
Official Gazette proclaiming the coming
into force on May 24th of the Co-operative
1949.
It could hardly be the intention of any
Government to lull people into a false
sense of security by proclaiming the com-
ing into force of an act and then leaving
.".;t to settle itself.
Already in this newspaper adverse com-
ment has been made on the length of time
which it has taken to secure the services of
an officer to till the post. At the time of the
creation of the post an officer was seconded
from British Honduras for a period and
Hit to Kngland for training. He relumed
and was attached to the Department of
Agriculture. At the end of the time he re-
turned to his post of agricultural officer in
British Honduras. Little effort seems to
have been made otherwise: until now the
proclamation has been published telling
the public that the act has come into force..
Then arc several opportunities in this
island where the knowledge and work of a
Ce-nperative Officer would be of inestim-
able benefit to the island, In the iields of
agriculture the peasant needs a guiding
hand to lead him to co-operative market-
ing of the produce which he now sells in a
cut throat competition to his own disad-
vantage. Combined purchase of manures
and the co-operative use of tractors would
increase production.
The coming into force of the act should
now inspire the Government to show a
more active interest in the establishment
of co-operatives and the first essential is
the appointment of some suitable officer.
And there is no good reason to limit the
work of co-operatives to agriculture alone.
The attempt to establish cottage indus-
tries in this inland has failed largely be-
cause of the fact that marketing facilities
had not kept pace with the production of
the articles for sale.
Co-operatives do exist in Barbados, but
no one can pretend that full use is made of
Co-operation as a principle of improving
the condition of the "small" man in agri-
culture or ancillary trades. Particularly
lacking in the Co-operative principle is the
fishing industry where pooling of resources
would provide refrigerated ships and a
weather bureau service.
for the 2*. 6d. visitors to his Blen-
ip. The Marqutt ha >
bcrn runiiinK his catcrin;:
led u lip fr.irn the Inik-
point nf fact the Duke of Marl-
I'-scPndent of the vtCsO
i-t Blenheim, is Hie rM*f
ful country-house showi-
tendance ngttrM m his iiienhnm
Palace are now rising to a thou*
Drotn whom the Dufco
t 125 dailyless enter-
Socialism And The Rich ?",UTH * A,)0Ut
A Brother For Jacqueline
ratwi
LOUD
'
i Soeiahsr
offer* severe! clues to
i quMtfcio, which b
B* I mil TEMPLE ROUKt II r ing to H<
limi". vsilh the islm iiouiicemenT
Rumours circulate, particularl: ih
i,. point* I : kilhag 'i i 'tut, it shoui.
Even the be possible to aU"H to each.fam.t
nent.
ri inly n-> -it-j > t. moM people mcathly mi nine vci.<*. the W Brit*
This itenu
rich ihe" king forwai.
The most pathetic newi ll l|
the Marquis of Bath recently weist that particular mysterv hs only Ministry <.f Food ofl
up to Woodstock to see how Ust o. a crept Inrough 1o Ve. F >' In ,h P'1"
larlborough was organ- several years ago. in Socialist ridicule of feu own depart
g the provision of nfTeahlllintl Ct.vernmeni circles, this theory of __ ._.
mysterv was brocghl forward Surreal And failure
.nd Uje Chancellor IMWCMd lo |n Q wk lhc ^4,,
rut off these new rich from their ^ had om. slimulalln
" *"**<' ,urpnie. *i*t one of the mo.
ffa Stafford Cr.pp* ordered falltM. ljursmce Olivier and Vrvier
U n.come-ux check on hMM UW| ^J, u> ^ Sl j .
tspenscs. But the r-.undalM.ul Theatre bolh shakrspe 1
keeps on turning, and now the 8tmw^ piavg o( ,
awful intth Is eomin>: out- the Throilghoul , ,, Vivie
re "pcndinjc their Own laetKh wl|, ^ piayinj. Cleopatra
A few Left Wtna voices ,,,, n,rf a. Bernard Shv
With such assistance arc raised for a Capit I Lev] on ...agincd Caesar found her an
from Ihe tOUtists, Um I mdOd own- ihe grounds lhat the only way to lhe ncxl nigh* wiUl her husbom
ra ol country house* can keep up prevent people spending their own a, Anlonv, Mr* will play the okk
their property Hut that i:: hardlv money is to take some of it from Qutoii ft Euypt in 'the muc-
livmg like the rich of yeataryeer. them. greater Shakespeare pla
And very few liavo hOUOae Of tUdl All lhe figures we have men- |>uys have been not i.nlv I !he;itu
jrti-t.. tofuU real Honed reltla t. Ineonw. nut the Cai success, but the loyen hav
if lhe rich'' fact 1^ that hundreds more lhan also been a .social success. I wou
. that small hand of millionaires are say that Laurence Olivier. w|
According to the income tax ofl.- ,ivilll( mU(.h bcllcr lBan cvi.tl conUoU lhr Sl. imfa Tnaatr,
inl there are now 83 people with millionaire could 11*1 mi his taxed has the second most 1
iwumes ol more than 3.000 a . cutting Into iheir theatre In London first plat.
year, after taxation. Hut out of W|I ^m^ OI Ulherttad wealth, must be reserved fm the Theatl
each of those income- the British Y...M* hava BUBOOl all gotu-. RoyaL It was enteiprisinji of hi.
(.oY.rnmcm takes about ten times strings of horses are being cut to stage the two plays Uigethcr-
niore than the rich man gets. dowrip jy^p^ mrv nol mbny Wwn and H has ,he charmlnj ofleel 1
Aitain. according 10 the tax Bgnn .,.,, by open in |h season, givlig [MN.|>le more than *
the last available figures show only Most of lnotn have b^n wId w mucn ln Ul1k aboilt durinK J-
people with intomes over ,*,. the headiiu .rlet. of big com- mterviil. Hardened theatre-goe.
I'.iii
CLOSED
1100 one a yearbefore lhe tax ^n^ And ln,. brafis on(, r).N ,ay lhat this season at the _
deduction. These are the real mil- ]patner have gone to keep tho James's reminds them only .
ind without much rtsh tn roundabout turning. OoenM Garden in its best da>
vrror it is possible to mark Ihem Surveying another aspect ot the There is lhe same lOCUl bliUlani
off one by one in the relerviu e aris[ocratic scone this week W* 'h** same practice in thi-
books of industry. The we Uthies* notice lhat the Ih.us.-nf U.rds has totversation. the nune dama-l
is probably Sir John Ellernian. th- had a good clean up since the Com- 'or longer and longer interva
...ri pi hlppuu ntagnete, who m()liS ,,. |.tl, Aulumn Tne "'"i ram* otU> lhat Londoi
himself lives the life of a reclUBO. brasswork has been polished, and hour for thentre-coing <
His main Intenal i-. lodenuiiogy. lno red ieaihei seits agains. ntoved from tho Inconvenient ha.
Not long ago he published a three ivhu-h so many plebeian backs l'asl ***ven back to 'i .
volume book on the mouse. And n-v, rubbcd in Uie pual ten years quarter to nine. (In Paris, 1 ...
there are some tobacco kings, som- :,re now once again (.right bench- lo,d' P1**5 ,,r* bookcd ,0 fi,"r'
new.pap.-r vIscounM. and al lea.i for belua ,.arl Tnl,. ,|usl. 9 o clock. The audience \nn
le propertied uke--l.o owns , ljora, w. bu||, nlll|r, arrive a nujrler ..I in
mv.iv part of Olldon- in the lop _, a, 10 ,u ate Duk(. .,, Wel- JJ* "" '".'I-'!" '";'> '
r..ckel ol m,m,.,..,;,-. T,;n Ihere iln8,n"ml ,nos ,,....., , OTjttMJ w. I b. HI,,,....-
re 30 or 40. moslly elderly men. 300 , , Viclo....,, Kn :...,. I "'" ",' "" ". '" 'Jg* ~S ".
hopo.ameremiM.i,.. two, ,,u|d dnve lo Wc,lile, (or a Au>""' """ '""' ""*" "'" ""
pounds. Mostly Ihry are elderly, debate. Now il lb loo vast l,ookiriK K"1"*' un- .
Ihey have buill up these down (mm the gallery. I dabaU And ,., . r;,,UlI... u rde
to write. For the llrst lime I
f..minis themselves and there s look* as If there is a peer, hi
not much hopt f ivoidlnl dsaUl n,,.,,.. widely scallered. Nothlnij Sot^Mv"
dtuta and passing (ortiins to their n be done to make the K....I Xv^l in London w <
are,,. There are esce,,ons to ;,,ce much smaU.-r BjlM.'S. gSSf-AlS.oSSl mlS
iiliv IaisX year a million- luminous departeo. the Spenker s wnen he Baya "It's absurd 1
alrc's daughter who had triads her Chair has Ix-i-ii t..ken away. The declalm .Plv,.k ntt my beam ai.
home hi M tli.i left more than a Lord Chancellor 3its on his wool- ujow n ,n , face' If 1 haven
million pounds and the Govern- sack at lhe other end. and the -ot n heard" But the heard "
menl has only captured il33,0O0 seating has been a bit shortened |U(l Mve tftii middle-oge in death duties. But the Lords are uncomf-.rti.liii rtevorley Baxter, the theatre crib
But lhi> the wealthy part of London slays Robing Chamber in which they lo Al)>1. Qrinjieaa'l power in i
alight with palatg :.iui how bradi- beee been meeting while their own n(m tnat ,h,. aiathenca felt bj
UOM an kepi up. H does not ex- home wai lent to the House of nlgnl thot Mr Dawac-ii had COO
plain who are the hundreds each Conunona had a pleasant *inwsy l|( Eis,norp. |t is very rarelv in,
yeareagu- to give Ihoir children to warmth about UI a Shukesp'aie play fails on U
the world's itm-.i xpf.isivc w lion. An official of lhe Ministry of audieme booed from the nailer
DON'T
NINE CeiM tires during the week
ii. -miyed 65 acres of canes. Despite the
cniroaties and advice of .ntejgtaenl opinion
this vandalism continues t<> rob the llland
.if revenue.
The excuse has been offered that nt this
period of the reaping season the amount of
trash on the canes prevents the cutters
from reaping as quickly as they would if
the trash were burnt off. It is a lame
excuse and a reflection on the standard of
intelligence in this island.
It is said that a cutter can reap five tuns
of burnt canes in the same time as he would
reap throe Urns not cleaned by lire; but this
is no legitimate reason to set fire to fields
of canes merely to clear the trash.
This custom of setting tiro to canes ha?
increased in recent years.
ID lhe neighbouring inland of Trinuiad
letters now bear an official stamp saying:
"Do Not Burn Our Land" It might be well "
for some such motto to be adopted as a re-
minder to people that to burn canes is to
rob each and every one of us of something
to which he is entitled. How about "Less
Fire: More Money?" Or Simply "Don't Burn
Down Your Own Doorstep*
Beetles With Lights
Pyrophorus Liiminusus * I" nd a half to an inch uml three- pkin Is nurdenod to form n veij
tha MIC* /Irc'irdirif/ CO Air. ('. C. quarters long, rather boat- ttronK armour.
Sktvtr, Director oj Agriculture! shnpwl. and with eonaplcuona Thoao l.irvae attack lhe haro
(Mi la roe fin-ji], beetle ha* been ev.. Bpo*a which shine with a back rub;. aad an copOibla of ea
wen ssThheveaaad na.i.ber. this soil men Uafat, These l.ftho> c,eu.ia a very comuderabl
year. What is I'ljrophorus Lum- are nol eyes, but are borne on degree of umlrol 0V01 thai
,no..,.v? rh* (eta h. .1 Manon. the sides of the m CoiiKiiifsiKiicr of Auru-nHure for heail and eyes are rathei small rleveloumetit
the Wa| rndlai Vrttsng bl the and Inconspicuous. In addition ThWawmnil *f Nalll (hat m. h
-Adoejjfe-J* 1MB rqM lhe to the Ughteon the prothonx ^oTV^ci'S^fbffiX
fouownu mioiiiii: which can be seen from the side. 7||,.a ,, junirlflnu I hai'v irm
Dtter Insect new to Burba- or from above, this insect i- putting oar Jmdar a \itan .....
dos has been brought to my capable of showing a ruby light newspaper in a dark room and
lUenUca Utely. A ta dnya on ihe undoralda of Iti body, bam bon able fo read the ordui-
iH> .< fneiui telephomtl lo av he J lie> comvmponding insect in ar\i iicu'*j"ip.-r prbU bu fhc liyln
had ..lUKhi an insert at night, the Lesser Antilles, Ihot is. from atom off by the biatCt,
.n hL* house which ho had not Dominica to Trinidad, is Pirro- I hav0 come acrosj the record
lean U^foie. Ho wai particular- phorw nnrttlurna. This is sligh'- of these iK-etlea being worn b'
'y attractexl by the enormOUi ly larger than lhe Puerto Rico Indies a, jewelry. They ar
Jiighi shining "eyes". He peek) to mc it* attached by means of a delicat
brought it up for mc to se** and ;' UgM hi somewhal more powerful, gold chain. Also they have been
proved to be one of the no-called but I have not had the two Bide used to adorn fancy dress co5-
Fireflies or Lightning Flies by side to compare them. tumet to *'hich they are attached
Tliis Insect was one ol the The InaoeU Of the famfbj F.lnt- in little bags nf net. In the-
large light-bearing beetles of the eridaeari ItnewnNraiional? . riick ballroom they would not be very
f.unil> Ehtterldae. i knew thla in- beetlea tklk-jacka, < nd snappers noticeable, but away from th<
seel did not I- nai m retht lo IhO peculiar brtohl tlfthta they would produce
..ii redbj iaed that it dll habtt ol the aduH if one charmmg affect
feront from the related form of Lhasa i- placed on it back it Schomburgk Hsu two ftreflafi
arhlofa ecetara ln the neithbouring win probably lie perfectly motion- s occurring in Barbados, these
Islands. Then I i-ciihuuNtwI ], f, ,,,.. ,!,. ;,; ,(. apparently have been exiim
thai the Government of Harhe- ,.,!. jaing into lhe air. '"''c for fc"me lime, although
don hud been introducing natural |f ,t doea u, . ,|n ,,, rc,., .,
enemies of hard back grubs, manoeuvre it will try again. In
Keteienee lo (he l.oveinm, ,!, wh-n| |rt .,n. 1(.,M.n.
Entomologist .onhrmed my BUa* .(,,h ibund ,. Mn ,. ,,,,.,,
""' them tO I'l With ihem. arid
grawn-upa 'so are interest!
Some three or four years ago. see these leaping h"
the Goveminciit imported fron- This snapping into ihe air is
Puerto Klco thousands of grubs accomplished by a peculiar atrVC-
mid adults ot the beeUa Ppre- :u. of the under aide of the body,
norm larninoraa, and thl .. 1his purpose of beetles.' the~Lampyridae. Th-
lncse go fut rt kn0w ,,,, ^ olll>. (!R. Ww;U ,,, sinaller than the <
picion thai thU Inaact had
from those Impoi Ia1
visitors to the West Indies have
iiivluaed the llrelhes In Barbados
amongst the sights seen. I have
always thought that in recent
yenra Iheaa itatementa wen
mistakes, and that the Brefne
were really ^een in some other
Plac-.-.
The llreflies that are mo*".
commonly seen in these Tropical
Islands belling to another famn
iinpuriatiuus
LlDorated on
species ot this ( nnlv in Barbados, referred to previously,
tLIlui. ; , """'I MMl I vrv v.-l.l,.,.. DaMlW bccalli. OMr IKM wine
II, dgou.v. I being .1 ,.,r noI ,lrtww<1 , ,orm dc,|h,
Ealo. The adull bixll... have .... ,_.. ..... n ~,,i,i. wing covers, bul urn soft and nol
boon mil in and about town on ,'"' '"'"',. ', ,0" '"'" B,,..ly dUMmi ... lexiure ft-orn
ix;. ..'XrV-sSs: .no-, si SSktKS3 trfssrsmSi
Mard Of another one in Slrath- "''' w.hk'!l ' a erlous ** m occur in enormous nun.be,
lyde. This wouhl indicate that 'hat island. Trinidad, from mv window, l
tho beetle h eslablishctl aim OAhm speclen are runilvorous. could fcTO oul m a lar([c tllllc..
probably will be found in many bul the family Includes also some n,.id llllll , tnc.ir ,., there
Other parts of the Island at some very serious .ign<-ultural pests. The were thousands, perhaps millions.
tltUncea from lhe fields in larvae are tailed wire worms ,,( ,he-e llreflies flashing over the
a huh ihey have been tatab-1 Tbey are verj slender in prepor- i.ms of jhe canes. Thc contlr.-
UabaXL U lor. to their length, body seg- uous Bashing of these fairy light:.
The liectle is about an incl." nents are well marked, and the is a wonderfully beautiful sight.
Forty-Two Years' Service*
FonTY-Ttto yean h I
try is a record
I i be p...... ndi
achievement of Mr. F. A C i i., i
i .: i:.. wh; retires broni
lhe pus: of Income log Commis-
sioner today.
kfr i irmoi to folned the Civil
Ol I June IMt .-. h> condi-
tions were ml re]} dlfTerenl from
toe} 'ire today; but it wai
iaptaiality to th* existing
condition* which ii ought him
He served for a short
time In the Customs and for an-
other brief period in lhe) Savings
ii Tik. The succeeding veava found
him i Ither Ln Lha Auo.t oitice or
in tho I'olice Magistiales' Courts
until 1932 when he left Acting on
the Magisterial Bench for the post
of Clerk iii lhe Income Tax be-
aut
!.. U I
.i courafpMua step which ti
Ehotlghl at the time would
rh to ihe Income T.ix De-
.. hi
bul within a short lime 11 became
obvious thai this departmen'.
would soon be one of the import-
ant revenue producing towcejg.
The belaX was luattfled and today
il is second only to 'he Customs
From IMS Mr ( rtt
worked in this office Until IMI
when he . Commis-
sloner The IX'partuient bad been
re-organised and Instead of three
Commissioners thcr,* was now a
."ingle Commissioner with an es-
tablished Clovei nmciit (Mice in the
Public Bul
As economic conditions Im-
proved and trade and commerce
a I Uie oftlee
11 The number of persons
eligible for taxation increased
hi Clalrmonte'i Inti
H the new system Ing and his Intimate knowledge
i ( liu oiiic lax la
the iiralse of no h
Of Mi mow Sii I Raton
who was n m
,: Commission Of 1939.
Hut UN
arhkh he gnvg
Civil Servant. Mr Claiiniontc
WOn the respect of BVOry mem
ber of Ihe Service. The Junto.
members of the lervlce sought
.e and hel|> because of
hia Wktg knowledge ol men and
affairs. He set an example of
efficiency which has been
equalled but unsurpassed in the
Civil Establish men l .ml |haj WOO
lor him the respect of GovertlOTl
. ,'lonial Secrcta
Three years ago after the
hi Act of
1025 he intimated his Intention
to M'tire. but because ol difficult!
in filling the ofnee Mr Claiiuionl.
willingly continued. During hi*
h.ng term of office Mr. Clalr-
< nli lias built up it staff to
(octency and thorough-
. ,>i the lucceai ol the
deparlinenl la due. And it is the
pride of th,. sriviei- that today
nneol of the
dislCK-a-
work as it might have
in 194B. His Depotv wh(, h. i
of the youngften wpo have
spent much time and conlributerl
UH*|al) to the success of the ad-
-H-'i .: .ii; ..! thai ofiw
But Mr. Cluirmonte was riot
merely the efllcicnt civil erWll
He was interested in sport and
perhaps contributed to .*
in this Island In a way in whicn
few men have been able
T
In former years he *
cricketer, athicu- and i
But a knee injury
during the war "f
limited his participalic
is a hue
ii Egypt
1914in
hut
lus interest. Ha WM able to do
more for cricket in that the sur-
vivm] of the Spartan Club was
directly due to his foresight and
encouragement to younger mem-
hcr.* of the Cl lb. This interesl
broadened and today he Is a
n amber or the Besoctlon Com-
l Iki Board
' Ol :il Vi.c President
Cl A
o Judge ot the Barbados
lurf Club.
he retires and
with him the good v.
everybody in Barbados.
Bv I.VKI.VN IKONS
WHAT Kis th I - of banishment
rom Bechuanaiand done to 'Queen' Ruth.
baj Londo
1: i iiu-f Seretse Khama cjus-
the hottest racial controversie< ever to rage
within the Empire.
She retorted with blistering protestations
when the Government exiled Khama from 'Ms
y because he had married a white
woman. This week Jacqueline, the Kham.t's
brown-skinned bab>. had her first birthday.
md turned the spotlight back on nil that.
The controversy is not dead. As for as Ruth
is concerned it is merely dormant for another
three years and ten month-
Then comes the end of the five years' ban
>n Seretse and his while "Queen." when the
Government must decide whether they arc
'.o asume power over the 100.000 Ramani>-
watos or not.
To-day Ruth has mellowed in her com-
DMntg in the colour bar. The year has healed
RON 0( the ftlUJCff ami tullerness which was
ler natural reaction to the tventi lding up
0 her husband's ejection from Alnca. But
.h*- is inflexibly set on returning to Beebu-
ir-i.bnd as wife of the Bamani;wato chief.
Ihe avers that the two of them can Ik' a
lower for progress there.
ANGKK GOES
Quietly diessed in a flannel-grey wool jcr-
\ drejrag and sheerest nylons, the former
tilth Will-anis does not look conspicuously
UfTerent (rom other wives of il 1000-a-vear
m ri [n I ondon. She is calm, poised, ready to
handle aociej situations competently. Her red-
jold h.iir is swept back from a high, intelli-
gent forehead.
One oddityher parti-coloured eyes. T!
'eft is clear grey, the right splashed with
M own. Her complexion is clear. tix>, and pale
3ut in the year she spent in Bechuanaland it
was able to withstand exposure to the burn-
ing African sun.
Ruth Khama lives to-day in a furnisheti
i three-floor maisonette in a modest street near
Regent's Park. From the wall of the little sit-
ing room a picture looks downa young
African resplendent in what appears to U
he full-dress uniform of the Household Cav-
ilry. standing beside a venerable Mated
Igure in a bush hat: Seretse's father and
;randfather both Bamangwato chiefs.
Part of the day she is the ordinary wife
ind mother that she might have bean, thai
:irl who was born in Blackheath, played
lacrosse at her Elthani school, drove lorrie
,s an acting lance-corporal in the wnr-tim<
VAAF, became a Lloyd's underwriters' clerk
She bathes and feeds Jackie, helps the maui
with the housework, cooks her husband":
evening meal. ("I love cooking, particular!'
French dishes with lots of herbs and garlic."
Two evenings a week she goes Ice>skaUn|
in Bayswater with o gill friend while Ban tft
jlays table tennis because, .she says, anyone
who has been accustomed to pli jrln
must exercise to keep fit.
Unlike most girls, she doesn't care for tin
pictures, prefers plays. Unlike every othai
;irl. she studies to be an African queen.
Each day she and Seretea read and work
togathar, discuss ideas lor the welfare of th(
Bamangwatos. They meet many Africans,
iften have them to dinner at their house. Hei
.-urrent readinga book on racial clashes
n South Africa: another on the differences
ictween India and Pakistan.
She keeps up with most wi itingfl on Nor'h
and South African problems; reads the bun- j
dies of South African newspapers that arrive
from African friends in Seretse's homeland
The Bechuana language spoken there i?
almost impossibly difficult for a European
but she tries to pick it up (she has no text-
book) from her husband.
JS 1.900 A YEAR
Big, broad-shouldered Seretse. due to take
his law finals as a banister m September t|
having | Whilsun break from his studies h-
ma-ntains his family on the 1.000 a year
promised by the Government for the durati'->
01 his live years' banishment.
The three are just back from a brief holida;
in Cornwall, touring In the brown 32 hp
American Ford brought from Africa. Ruth.
i Ing her WAAF experience lib I I
take R turn at driving but finds the car small
th aftar the big RAF lorries.
Everywhere they went, in pubs and inn
and villages, the Khamas were recognised
met with no rebuffs and instead were wel-
comed by the public. In London where 2Vj
years ago they faced hostile stares and ofTen
live remarks they encounter no more troubk
Whal about the upbringing of lively lit:!
Jackie? No tutors and governesses for hei
She will go to "the ordinary school/' In
Bechuanaland. this mean, a t'luistuin school
Both Khama parents are Christians: Jacque-
line Tebogo was christened in the Church oi
Kn'jhind on the last day of last year.
MALE HEIR?
So far the delicate question of the Bamam,
watos being ruled by a chief with European
blood does not arise. Baby Jackie could neve.
succeed her father, because she is a girl. B...
the factor of a male heii may well come inti
Lvefore tha Khanias exile ends.
Slim determined 27-year-old Ruth Kiian,.
b ys thai this will not he the only child of the
family. She doesn't believe in only ctiUdran.
Mie means to have more.
WOULD COPY1UGHT BESfll\TJ).
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Tlll'lUliw MAI II, UJi
BARBADOS ADVtK ATI
r\r,r nvi:
Commerce Chamber
Active Says Head
THE < H tMBKR OF COMMERCE i i ntii il
day* ui mattej
i Prertdhni ol the Charabn
Mr. C. t, Loantck. Jnr.. -air! at the Annual I,
lng j
en the re- I'st were: Mr. H. A. C TbOBB'
port, that apart from the regular Mr Lucic-Smlth. Mi T < Uw-
I and the m(; Mr. J O. Tud.r. Mi Q D
tfynoe Mi W K. Atkii-v ., Mr
had been (our special meetings of A. R. E. Kinic, Mr A. S I. v i>
S. H. K h, Mi J K (
oral meeting*an unusually largo Granmim. and Hofl K II Hunt*.
This *ho\ved that the Mot las* 11
; the Coun- '" i\ member) can be i
ril. had been aide awake to office hearers as
. .-.ruts whl ii might affect 'he Council of tlir Cham be.-
ri the- island. There WU the usual .-l-.-ri..n af
lacacock who moved the honorary member?.
of the annual report for _.,,,. ,___ -- . ,
would no ''" **' / Rf.PlMT
new which R.cmbership .>( the BarbudJS
ten place during that yaw Chambei ofl .,- the end
* of interest to Uw of 1949 was 148 II
Thouiih three new i i
i four memlier, resignc
"J2 t,,:'' "limber of inembei
mi ol i5o. therefore, wag 147.
Miss JAMAICA" i.'iiu
ronunerctgl

members might not
Interest was such
that the Chamber pre- -t-h- rr**\<\
on iU,\?i'\t ,ruSl ort,ei
March 8 under the Chairmanship , *1W.U. The expei.riilUM-
of Profaaa ft at- !0r lne VPai wai .s2-3i. leav-
Iri- m* n ,T,'d" l>ala:. of $2.439 99
out territories, but I am quite sure. nl ,ne <,<1 "f '9*
membei neretaJ com- The Commercial Journal
munitv here eould give just U Tn<" credit balance of the Com-
Bood advire as to 'he likely effect nicreial Journal account at Ukg
of devaluation on Barbados, as any beginning of the year
official. $1,392.89. The receipt* from -sub-
"I think that at a conference of icriptlons and advert
t II was .-, j>re-tt pity thai were $1,053.60. The e\i* I
1' < I to connection with the pubUeetlor.
nominal' mpmher-; ,,f The journal amounted to
fiom whom a suitable delegate 5354.00, leaving a credit balance
could be chosen to attend." ,, the end of the year of $2,092.40.
ScsrWeJI Only three edition* of th*>
journal were published during the
due to the difficulty of find-
ing a suit.nl>!.- editor. Mr. Ian Galu
was recently offered the
Police H\7/ Soon St kill* K\|m.I I,
Get Bci Minis it Mak 16,000Teas
CentralSiatUm < Sugar Thk Yew
C.J. AkH lor
Evidence
"Sun* hit'" Brlllge.
Unad Hour
At Seaweti there eras now
i leted i 8JM0 feat runway whleh
could accommodate full sire long
kti Leacoek. ,''-,.
He beUeved thai Development and ",,u" *,r,he J"""11'' " ""
bai
accepted. The Council no
be
Welfare had contributed very ;""."',-
..... looks forward to Ihe regut*
runwaj "I none it will appearance of the Journal ggalr
noi he the nollev, beetnisr the Brit- The Council wn, plense ish taxpnvcr--ruMiii-. arae uead ao ''''oiiu- during the >-, M
largel) .:i thtl prnjBBa to reatgict Donald Cheney. Assistant Can.i-
the use of the runway to British dian Trade Commissioner. Mi
owned and operated airlines. C. D. Thomas. President of ih-.
"I think It would be of benefit Barbados Clerks' Union, and Mi
to the island as a whole if the air- J. Marline*, a Venezuelan travel
port as thrown open to any re- agent, all of whom address v'
sponsible airline of any national- meetings of the Chamber.
lty who wished to run a service
to Barbados."
It seemed strange to him that
there should u the troni (aaUag ,..
that all British traffic should be guni, as rnmnarsd
bers and 26 guests
The annual dinner of the
Chamber was held KX 2nd De-
cembar. The.e were 41 member>
if the Chamber present and 19
ith 35 men-
i the pre\-i-
ti> British planes
rum the Conunonwa
countries, when no nich Intaresl "
Ben aboul the passenger lDiuiar\
icrvtee to the United Kingdom. The Council records with regret
For many years now if we had to the death of the following dining
rely on trie British passenger ear- the yean
vice to let to the United Kingdorn, Bit John Hutaon, O.B.E.. V.D..
we " aid i let there at all." who died on 2nd April at the age
Bpeasdnfi of 'he canada-Waat of yi. He was educated at Cod-
[ndfei trade, Mr Leacocfc Hid that ringtoi College and studied med-
it was tragic !o see that as regards ,tl,ic in Bdlnbursh. He returned
frnporta to Uhs island tor the year to practise in Barbados, after-
1950. Canada's share was only
14.5 per cent. From 1946 there
had been i steady decline of
:, ol imports ti> this wv
country. This was title to cuuency |j.u,sit,vi- Council
rcslrlciions and nothing else. JgjgT
-I hope that this delegation ,.,/,.'
which is going shortlj t- the
MISS OFTRUDE SHERMAN winner of the Mi-., .i.nii... title in
1949. is In England on a thrc montlx holiday to *es the Festival of
Britain Here she Is at a party held by the friends of Wine Society.
Lady Savage Appeals
For Help For Local
Guide Movement
ON SATiTRRW NEXT, the Girl Quidta of Barbado!
will hold thc.r Sixth Anniinl Fair at the Drill Hall, said
I^tdy Snvage in her broadcast talk in aid of the Girl Gtlidf
Movemenl "My object In speakiny lo you to-night is to
seek your Bupport for :i Movement whose Influence foj
Kood in this Island is both real and practical end i- well
isi:ihlislu'(' or ^ound principles and practice ol ^elf-help."
------- After the recent visit of !,adv
Baiien-Pi.wel rota In the
"Gi.ider"
Fanning
Held Up In
U.K.
United Kingdom and then Can I
suggested by the Hcgional Fco-
Mr. i. Forbaa, District Com-
: British Guiana wi."
a* Intranet! on the colombie
..oni England yeetarday, tuid the
wards loWrej the puUk heaMH Adv-.u that farming |
service From JJlS to lWa In ,.,.,, h;. ,.,, ,,.,,,,.,, .
was PubUc Health I..... ccouat ol the heevj wta^hs,
John beeatoa u memlwrf Uie IJlrv f1ilil lPirm)i.hc,
ved until 1B4S. being elected
of the Council
1941 to 194*.
t the rea
He said that in some parts
i >. country, people are nc
beginning to plough the land.
"Barb Quid is. is
always, on a sound. i^.-kI tool-
ing, and in this |gel p u tin-
have managed to buy and set
up their own l|ead is an enormous, we i built
wooden hut given by
menl with peimanonl extra
hath hours etc., -mrsfllng in
land which can bu
ii id fur tumping. Toe Island
loner, Mrs V
tasjm o Ouldera and
; i ., indeed -vci-v
artaan aly proud
if their aehleeenaacd whleli has
.ust ii vary large "m of money,
iln.-t ;ill of it l>eiiig earned by
Ml W.
Redman, who died
aheer hard work In o gai
in the Isle uf Thonet in Kenl, k.u,*. <,,,.,: rui money-
,., on 18th 0.tober at the age of there Is a sehem. la.rly m ,..,.. aflOrtM in tt,. |.....
"IPSygyjJSL'ifr y^SJg 87. Mr. Redman worked for many which has Just ,, u. w;.,.-
- ,, cur- reara with Messrs w. I. Johnson "" cultlv< Ung I om wh,ch Tj: i know froia
,. I, sc ufThc B.'tsh t'".- aftai what, he w.., oe "' i"i'"<' could i-' pi WH ,,,,.-! gnowledge and obaerv-
W l,vi ".'.,,,' then mi- Ol the loimders Of the lirm of Ml ft*........I BUCSL is well .1. I
SmSS' iohoaw & Redman. Uw VX during wbtch tune he no riaeklng on the part of the
^he two retiring members from Conference* *>*>* braUvi......i cm..... an that they have
the Chamber th:s year through The following conferences of whirh inclurled local goVorninenl achieved Ihi i
-enioritv are Hon. V C Sale and interest to the commceiai com- "d community development at of i <> .; Headquart
Mr R. If. Cavi Mi. Gala bad ,nMnuv were held during the veur the University or London. Hill.
tent of the in lh| colony. He laid thai he had the oppor- Capital l^cpeadltave
Chamber, and acted for about relegates from th6 various U" paring what the Bui you
aaven months as President during (j^jg jn tne Caribbean attende the final meeting of the Customs lug in the African colonies and part it is not possible for tin
the absence from the island of Mr.
t^ocock
Union Commission which
i i ... i, i li., ,... union i_ommi*sion wmrn
^toT^.hl.^*mwrdS heW " Barbados during Jl
erday for the able way In nuh _. .v*,,,,.^... (-ftmm.n
he had carried out the dul
that office. He was most grateful
to him.
aid, and he '
The Preparatory Committee ..f tamplated doing i.i the Colombo
he Unified Currency Scheme for p}gn which is drawn up by
South Bast Asi with CD. ano thousand Ouldea In thli bttand i
W. funds and what they con- directly meet further necesnaiv
the entire Chambei
debt of grattluu.' Mi
ved him
wanted also
Ir ihe Ea-tein Croup of the Bnti.sh
Caribbaan tenitori*
its meetings in Barbadt
(implete.l.
on I4tn
FIJI
fo express to him dnoare Ihanki April. The Committee agreed on
the lln.nl drafts of the leg!
Of Mr Cave. Mr Loacock said for each of the pa
Ihat he very much regretted he ritories and these would be pre-
gfgi "tiring because he had been rented to the Governments con-
one of the most active members <( cerned.
the Council throughout the thro.he a conference to s.udy the
pltal expenditure, and the
hi. I coal of maintenance of the
M ... ir.t-ut
rhe a r ! keep 'i
word in min I
i. bar rr.'.r-v work for it." bu'
ti lone h;i' ionic when the effo. .
,t the Guide >" Bdihados mu-t
he supplemented by the general
public if the fcfoVl
K'- develop
"A i*n mo first tell you what Ihe
(Mr. Leacoek had ieen on that (n*ects~ ol dcvaUi.itlm on the and the city ilgures are well ovei Guide Movemenl la doing to help
body He had taken a keen in- Biitish Caribbean opened on fllh the six Uwuaand mark. Figures jtgelf. At present, each u
In commercial affairs, and M.0rcn under the chairmanship returned W the Ou le and RangBt req
was always willing to go lo grent (|f pn.fe^o- c. O. Beasley. The Clt^ Supervisor*! Dfhea show that, real tWte one
trouble In setting information or conference was attended by offl- up to Saturday, over fi.000 per- rno'i Brownie-six pence a yew
details fee the bene- Cldk f|l)in th(. territorial unite sons wen- raadatered. There i,, local Guide Funds Thai
lit of the Chamber as a whole He M A, Pm.inuel. lle...l ..l were .nlv 447 persons who n- t: ilmta.n is in the majontv ..-
'^ ^Tl^ Economic Department at fugod loi.egiMi-i. iU that they CU fl-rd. but
Chamber w-ho had M.wnvMh l.im ,.!,.,, onU(. :.,t- the Annual Gmd- K,,, represenlr.
would b t,!mtV-n I The Council of Hi. l^aoofeUon vlaor. told the Aahraeate y oa,.- .ontnimtion for ni-
_jatr.,Caee la now In the United rf J^^ p, |ne ,.-... ranging
KttB-rLi ihsnimd Mr Nwcock Britlah CarirAean held Itj Prai had |
foTtWPtand^SSS S I-! ...u meetlna In Berted.....
;:.,.f ihe duties of President. He ehairmaiwhip of Mr. R. L. M. lhloUKll ,,. vvl)lk alin u other Sf^T'Arrl^lZ.
had nut vel b
i ko llala Barawal
6,(100 Segistered
In Bridgelown
TOhIkj is Ou urn day lor
.ii.i.i ..I votcn on Furir
ever, from Uw ollwi member, el enl "'" lta"inl1"'
.....,tl and ihe s. rot..i\ inul ciren'ii. St. l-ucla and Berbedoi
he uu grateful for thot help. Incorperaled I'liamlter". of
I woul.l like to ronBratulnte Cmllrcr f (he Brili-ll
'"", " KrT lH 1^' Caribbean
gS ftS vveiire a" a"rt A meellne of the Incerporaled
S'^i^rffil^eSd^^ari^tottiMUiefJlu, ihit he did net think II
.. ; !..,. ,'elrntee Irom Ihi. Chamber for enun-.er. \un of the I Ij
1 -* .< ._ av*_ . I, /' fKnnta. null I.__
tared, he
Referring t,, the
which quoted men
House as having asked the G<
So extend the tbTW lOT
tors to carry out ihe
aldad ri gtstratlon, Mr. kerritt
t: n.;< .i.
ai grant of $3M.
ent picture. H-'-'i.i'l' ll thll the were Mr. H. A. C, Thomas and hi
regards the Cirunla-Wem Mr. G. D. Bynoe. The fOUOWtl
of the matMn were dealt with at the
Segwell Airport reeling: ta> Federation
rtfc British West Indk
Ofli.e Dsmrall ghip passenger aecomi::
Mr Leacoek was again elected facUUlac between the IK and
Pre*id-T.t of the Chamber. It is the ,hp baitlah C.irihbean Area. (C
third year he will te holding the curtailment In the Canada-West
office indi-i Trade, and (d> Differeti-
Mr. G H King was ejected ^^ |n freight rates to smallci
Senior Vice-i'rosid.nt. Mr 7. N^ ^j,,..^.. 0f the Caribbe-m Area.
Rat Control

uu i i .1 srament has not
llnotl* to the public fi
eofnVlbuUona or -ioiuitiona.
As you know U
Ln the Movement m Be I
bados. All the administrative and
lerlcal work Is done l vohU
bul the time la i
i woticei a H
have to be emnloyi I. whilst it
He thought the (Uy area rl| ,g f,,,,,, the 04*0084 '. H
overed and was hoping lo be Artnual Fair that Ike Uuides in'
mpleu 'v throiuth w'"

Lecture For Drivers
to met
Iture tl e M n at
ad oi flnand .i .
iuid << aaaured by way of reguUi ana
Income of $1,200
iitenf e

Annual Contribution*.
I feel certain thai when these
facts are
there will be nil
1 ih.: office bearers as the ucnuon 01 mcnwcis 01 -= ^p speakers will be Col R T. Barbados who wlU be pre*
ihe Council of the Chamber for Chamber aiid ufge*llona -, poBce, make eome annual eon-
the year, were ubmiUed As a the..- c.ntrol which had been ob- ac elected
Mr T N
dent and
Tren >arate lists of members foodatufls by rats was drawn to ,,(.(1
2 .n7,h .h. .mr^ hearera as the 1 ttention of members of the -
l
1 .
iving a lectori- for aii
d conductori of motor vehlclea

i.-ridedto take .1 bal^ Uinco from the Director^ of Tranipor, and ',
lot on Wedne-i neat J tween Meii^-I Se^iees were circulated Au|omobll AMoctotlon and the extend its acUvttjea In the train-
10 am and 1 l"" to members. The Director also rhj.,,m..n ... -Bui Owners' '" "f young girls in citizen*hip
Mr A K Toppw prooosed *h" assistad by the free distribution If yuU are prepared to d"
members of one list and Mr W H. 0f r;u bolts and the loan of .' ..__________, will you write or get into contact
Grannum thl membeea of the. department. .^. with the Treasurer. M-
other. Barbados Automobile 20 FOR OVERLOADiNG 1
Those comprising Mr Toppln's A*ocialion A glM Hastings. hCnding her your first
suggestion of the Cham- imposed on Da fee dMIon
Hall A* regards the Annual
tons engaged in Road 1
firmed .. local for overloading the mot <
Association. After M.18.10. Bpeet of necessary p:,
POUCCMI \ Central



.'. tinm.
Small square tabUM now repOBCC
th* long wooden tablaa thi wen
used in ihe Mvsa Room.
Chair* take the place of hencheg
and the Mev* Room on
is being decorated so that Police-
men ran take their me.ils in com-
'ort.
At present Pchcemeu get theii
.-i .i,. Mterei
;r from their hornet. Verj "it.- 1
b> the time they get 1
eat, the nv.t is cold and not an-
pataatng.
f- ConsLiblc t. Id the Agvoeste
thi . wi anal u-u
awaitinj the cecaston wh-n he
is hot meal at any I

CONSTAB1.F HAKOl.U W1CK-
lt \>4 of Hie local P. lie
Force left the ialand ^ the 3 B
llonaiir 1 1. Tm ad I) (0
Will t.ike .1 all
course m the running
agement 1 1 Boj r" cluba n,- ill
. .in Instructor*! course
deal ttaiiiint.
Coi<:ei h. t UKhelln, Com-
ol Police, told Ihe Ad\a-
I -'.id 13 that uu- tit
Club organisation m the island
big that it necessitate-
With :i-iriinn I,, tke
change <"<' run lha 11
r lilie-
Tna number 11 club
i> an run from volyji-
ibutlona but nou thai
ih, numb- lariei '<' expanaes
aalng The Commasslon*
1 1i1.1t the organisation
*.vi did welcome any donations.
Id be ami to the Se.
rotai 1 ol the Boys' Qui
ilt adqilltl'tCI s.
A CAM. FIRE at River Planta-
tion, si. Philip, on
night burnt 13 ecree ol Hr-t and
rop 1 Ipa i .no 1 1 iio)
..11 lha pfpperta ol m. n
. a 00. Ltd "i wi n
Inaured.
Anothfi in. , Coeerhr 1 Ian*
tation. Chi 1st tne ante
night burnt live ....... ,
I : Hi
Inaured
At Fairy Valley. Christ Church.
six .iikI j h.ilf ane. t m-voihI ,ind
third crop ripe canes, four and a
half acres of llrt crop ratoon*.
Ihrt and >i ii"" aerea of trash
and one aero of sour grass were
l urnl. They wen- insured and bc-
long to Cslabun Bstatea Ltd.
THK FOLICF SPORTS will be
in-hi at Keneuigton Oval at
S.00 o'clock this evening. Apart
regulai aventa there will
be emuaing momenti PJch when
lha O rtabli try to get over the
TNI) iltde In the Obstacle Race.
There will also be a S.( k Race
and a race for Polleewoi I
nptii-: cKttP BgAgON In the
1 1 igq 1 and CorMna dlatrtete
of st Andrew bat come to afl
1 nd. in Tiieadjrj eveoJni il ibo d
;t M O'clock the motor lorry A 13H.
all s Spent 01. can to '
oil the laat k*.....f oai
these distiieis the CfOp lasted for
three monthi
AUIK.FR 1.(HIKING house is
now being built in Belle*
ptatne Bay, St. Andrew, it haa
ttM "f a bungalow 1 ni
eli ah n ami li it" Red Indi-
an's shelti 1 II being built from
Uh B a ii 1- mi,i.-i-
Otood Ihat the all
Bared itii mud and tin- roof of
t 1
PROOV SCALY ol Gltti 1 Oa]
CuUoeV 1 B taken to
the General Hoapltal on Tutaida>
nd detained.
Si :d. waa Involved In an acci-
dent with Ihe motor car M 772.
owned and driven by Frank Young
about 10.30 o'clock on tin- l ime
night near the corner of Culloden
nOad.
SiitigTi.v ntfotit: MIIHIAV
.. Kerdaj .i" n I. Bovan. '".
son on board the Rarrlaon Ltaei
As>ri>iiuM*er waa taken to the
1 rg 1 l Hoapltal suffeVing from
i.i' H ilnao An
.,11 inalion w.is peifiuuie 1
and ii-iviei 1 at preaant in Wan'
at.
At about 11.20 a.in
was going up a ladder in No. 3
hatch on board the ship. When
Msoul 12 f.-.i up he i'ii Hi
. .,1 the 1. I.
Poftoa plei He was eaaminco
iiv Dr, Reao> 1
*T-*m: film "Greet 1
a^ tions" will Ih1 -hown when
Uw Combetmare School oin
Boys' AaaocJatlori hold tin ii
nionihly re ii 1 moermore
-.. 1 hall .11 ii o'clock to-morrow

Alter the Aim
i' the '
I uy v.ill meet
members o| tin- I'-otb.ill dlvl lo I
, .
out ot old Combmnei uu 1 hi
\dvwale was told that a BBBall
DOllectlon will \x- taken to defray
' < j.l '. < .! I Ollll ' tlMIl V. itl.
tig Ol the lllni
AT I1ISTRK T "< COI R!
lerday 28-year-old Darn-
I' uverii of 1 oil*" !(..( S'
UMllp, appeared on a charge 0
l he same district with lahml I
1 DO ff'rlock on Toe .1
!' was remanded until Friday
2(/- Or 2 Monti*'
Imiirisoiiiiif'nt
A City Police laaglati
. Il'.|... I T.i ..' ..!
I costs on Byron Aabfa
Hi peWOfj, St Mil hael when he
1. guilty of driving the
e;otor bus M.2541 without rea-
OTtable consaaasretlon on Arthur
HIP Road on April 19.
is an alternative of two
nonths* Impaiaanmenl with hard

sv.
*PC
ufa
1. of sugar
-
11,' .
1 ai 1 1 ..
iota me AgvoeaM
Lntinbrtrator Bui -
spent la da>->
ani worfc at ti:.
.: at the BrttU
urj He arrived bicri
by ihe caiiHibJe u -
iranatt for Antigua and a ata>'*
HoteL
Hi- laid that his utuo-i Im- ;
IM0, hi .1
11 aeral workera' uni .n with .
mamberehlp of aboul s.ouo ar 1
when he left home everythll |
it.sf.Ktollh.
.. ar, ihej k.-- ..
forxei
1 .1 :. faa b
Ii .ni wot ken and I .
Ilshed emploj c
laereaae f"i ugai m 1 ki
. ould ii"" mean in
, - .
He said tii.it ii union had a)
U BU t..
tm. kvorkera aftei ll had t-t
lahi 1 .!" as fn
Like Other Mum'.
A |k< d aboul condlta 1
Kittv be nud that Km t <-<
about Ihe aame aa In at
weal Indian island where the.
vaa bad housing, low a .
Ion atandard of living;
Ho aald thai tin Laboui STel
.it.- Pund Com is ihe hlgheat In
! ffaal lodlaa. It is c 1 iier ion
I wgar esportedj from tl
11.l lhey are using that numr.
II hou Dtng chiefly In 1
orkai
Their political art up
advanced as Barbados', but the'
. t in 1 ;., 1
1 iva here Thej are h \ In
nitutlon changed uhl
...1 to provnie for o- ve n
1 wnTrage, the removal of ....
catloni pi pert) and oth.
i a i". tnemben hip to Uk
10 Council and *i 1 -
ill be -in IncreesM In Ihe num
1 n ol elected membera t" k>'
them n clear working ma|orii
1'" i-i ninent and nnr-
inated aide -t tin- CouncQ.
At 1 re ent, the Council 1 ooni
prised of live elected and si
nominated mcmlwr*. bur he an
not In a position lo sav what Ih
number will he when the chaflg
over look place.
The legislature he saul. aril
bowevei eteet mhoc of [ta rtwr
bora to serve 011 the I'. ill
Council
Mtarin-i Afijmirn.fl
In Death In<|iiir\
Furthei hastfuag in the Inquii
Ih
the
..11. ,
in .
mg the death or ChrtstapcM
i loodrldge "i Richmond Gap, s.
Michael w.is further adjournei
until June 4 yesteiday.
The Coronet waa Mi < 1
a/alwytii Acting Police Magli
Irate or Dtatrtct "A".
Ooediidge v^... admlUed 1
i>r. Bayley'i Hoapltal Beckli
Road, mi April 211 but died ihei
00 April Tl Dr. A. s. t .ii., wh
mad the ;i"-i ntorli
1 tin- bods wa
Identified lo him by Chiiauphe
raj 1.....1 Richmond Qap, s-
MlehaeL Deatk had b 1 en phv
about ten hour before,
On examlnatloB of the bodi ti
found that it v ... well nourial
ad, bul under the bi.iin ther
...1- allghl iwelllni
In his opinion death was dU
to i n flam mat 1011 of the I...... in
CatO ulso said that he took pat
"f the kidney. In,
and ami them 1 the Govei 1
- ii-nt Anaiyd fm examination
He also said that MM of the kU
- ay eontalned .1 an all amen
r 1 henopodlum oil.
To a uni lion -< kei
Ci rom 1 1 onoeraing the 1 han<
pedium ml Dr. Cato told the jur
ili.it tin- ol) could hardly hav
cauaed tin- Inflammation of ih
1 .ni
Sift Mar hall told the Com
thai be '""k the I lot 1
to the Analyst.
Mi /, Roblnpoo Acting <."^
ernment Analyst said that
lived toe Coroner1. ioc 0
April 2A from Sgt.
ib' eKamlned Ihe oontenta of u
.I ..11 quantlt) "f henopodlu
II fiom .. part of the kldne<

will be taken Iron
Baybty on the neat hearln
Hearing ot the
.lugh M !


.


Hie IK
lit 10 eouneel that ll

whi.h i 1

illucidallons and
Mr. Recce addressed ||
It length on the DOinta
ii Hi* Honour aft'

his Honour, after hearing
-.nd that it
better if vl taken in
the ease since lie fell that the
lid go to a hjgjl
ind if aucb e\ idei a 1
*aken, the
htm lei
'
In the Bill of elai
9

he propei erltk
-rtiement with Hugh H 1
.1 ii. party about u 1
1 talned tr<
w ej 1:..., k in-
tnietrii by M< 11 Cat rtngb .*.
i. 1
m Adama, inatructed I 1
\ (iuiiith are f"i Perej Beab
Further hearing or the
named until August 8.
maand uags of hreaa
flour arrived hen
e\emng from C
-... Pen
SiiHwkit.
was lie in..
it wai

The Sunwhil
baas of llvaafock and poultry
feed; supplies o|
and paint and 8.7 pine lumber. T
lumber of R. J. I'.
Leslie & (
The aaaaahM lolnod
aiater ship. ss. sun ralle)
ig sugar for Canada.
.- .
lata a ltd
Fruit Comes
By Daerwood

-
were piled ap on UW
the katehi 1
I I.M-1 *....,|
1 baa of

: 1
Daenaaadl. Some were
The Daerwood -
ei Own-
For that rich
ti
savoury flavour I
Make that slew really tasty
with just a little Marmitc!
Make 11 Mfrr tor you too -
Marmitc contains the B2
vitamins that build up
health and resistance to
illness. That's why it's so
good for everyone on bread
and butter or in tasty sand-
wiches. You can do so
much with Marmitc in
oups, gravies, sauces and
savoury dishc* and Marmitc
docs so much lor good cooking
MAR MITE
The Vitamin 8 Yeast Food
PMII.VV
LAVOA
wee
|H. JASON JONES & CO.. LTO.-ouwvaor..
a^a.BMaaBBMiiai
STOP*
THAT COLD
WITH
CANDA
VAPOUR RUB
thi: raw iotimrhj rArotmanra mmtmi m
lor u.r l r..e. nf lecll ron,r.'ir, a4 Inlls... illen.
hr.il jiid rhpHt n.M.. ruuah.. |Mmi .it'll lliriul
lirlUllnn.. l:xr.|lrnl for MmbI t'.Urrh.
A ?(/. I'OT I'OK M CENTS
111 km*.ni s nun; sioiiis
H A c Thom.i..
Mr D A Al Ihr .ue
Srallh Mr T O Ik.wdin;, ber a nun.nei
Mr B A W. nlherht-ad. Mr. (' D owners and p*
Innlea. Mr ihe arae
i KinB. Mr A S Brvrlrn. Automobile
Ml S II Kmcli Mr J K
1 K F Hunle.
The tneTibens of Mr. Grannum'.
.ereomini lome dillleullie, al The nil. "<' and oi.U.
T!,,. rtarl Ihe Assoclaln.n :iiipean Man-h 26 while Ihe bus wa, be- quarter*for Ihe inetallanen of
"" ffj.wl "^ ,|! driven alonj Black Roek Bd eleclrlelty. and for Improvement
l-> Ihe urounda of P:. Hill.
If you '.ru^ Fair
<,.iv. bul if net, Mia. Labor*
v ill be happy i" arkm...
nd her.
I! la Rood cause.
..'I. urgenl iwedi
rrt la lo proaper iri Ih
^e^as
laAc il
FROM US
These l.ate MuleriuK
will make Fxrellent
Curtains
FOR YOUR HOME
ART SII.K & COTTON ". K-i .19'' wide
in Hlne. Hose, I...I.I mid i
I'er Ynnl ........
13" Hide in lllue. Kosr f
and Oraata. Per Vnrd
ALSO
ritlNTKIi PLASTIC TABLE
COVBSING
45" wide Pel Yard SI.T4
PLAIN PLASTIC in ehadn nl Oraefl,
Blue and Pinl.
1.1" uidr. Pit \nrd Sl.4"i
cam: siikpiikrd
& CO.. LTD.
1011 BROAD STREET


PACE JOT
n\r.iv\nos \DVOCATE
TIII'KM>\V. MAY it, 1*51
K.A.B. _Tt" a,9mt "")> '
*'** dim A poll**, (itu.ni-
tf l Ci. AM, Duhr*. P-inlfM
Arliclc-i and anything thai look!
Hull or I* Dirty
JOHNSONS STATIONERY
St HARDWARE
IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
SPEQAL offers to all Cash and Credit customers for Thursday to Saturday only
isually Now Usually Now
Pkgs. CROWN MACARONI 35 Hi CHEESE (GoudoJ per lb $1.00 M
Champagne per case new stocks Pkgs.
VICTOR CLIQUOT $72.00 K.1H.OO Jacob Cream Crackers 41 M
LOUIS ROEDERER $72.00 ftOO.OO
PEANUTS 21bs ior 76? 08.- Bottles Tennents Beer 26 21
D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street
NOTICE
WE WISH TO ADVISE OUR
CUSTOMERS
THAT OUR
PARTS DEPARTMENT
WILL BE CLOSED FROM FRIDAY,
1st JUNE TO MONDAY 4th JUNE
1951, BOTH DAYS INCLUSIVE,
FOR OUR
ANNUAL STOCK-TAKING
DUNLOP
TRUCK AND BUS TYRES
I

DOMING ESTATES & TRADING (0.. i
LTD.
ECKSTEIN BROTHERS
BAT STREET I "'*'- * |
:-^tr^~. H.r.li.VMWl!......IjmiHHIIIIIItr-.MIIIH........'""'
Ik give
|K more
jr miles
>W for your
F money
DOWDING ESTATES & TRADING
COMPANY LIMITED
ff CKSTtIN 6OS;


1111 i:-.u vv, M \v
R 1.1:1; Mm-. MiVilt VII
CLASSIFIED ADS. ,,,,n,rxoTM,s
p\r.r si \ is
IBMM not
1Mb Ciilin| tlv
number (I w-o.d.
*r wor. for net
FOR 8AU
. ap.te II-------
.-. .Mr,, ii m u mm g*w
IN m faandova.
TII.WKi
1 slHIf k T .
LOWJJ mtWMM orB* .ilM ,-. Hm
Mlb Ma>. 1001 al Breie-
Bl Philip Grate
II who attended Ihr I
wreetM ard lett.
any Mhir way r*ilrred awUnrr in
. .-en>ei.t
Mra Ed nit Grorgr and Ena int'iftumi ;
Waller Oxford. MaroM and Allan iBmi.i
Mi* 0. i .
Mail* <*<> US SIli
IN Mh.MOKIAM
AtTOMOTIV,
dc-r PalhM KIM
AM-nrx INCE.
M|hi MT*WjM M.. 31 )(
The- fragrance i

idfathrt JOHN
... called
The n* i love a* call.,;
The *PMirh wa> h,N iht bkiw uv.rr
Bui lit Ik- .r kimv. ih.it death wu
Kwr i., in kiiii intxn-d b> Mr* Muriel
NH, ObUwii, 1
1
i loving rnrnior. of OKI
| (wood. Di
1 imI le>ond or Mm
.lAKMOOO-(,
dear on* Urn
paiacd t.i itn
n i m
Sloop ojl dear falhr

Your loving hand* ran do no mure.
For ihoa* >ou loved >ou did your
beat.
May Cod anal KM n-mal re-i
Ever to I* rcnirmMrfil lis \i
Ycarwood rWtf*l. Mm- Marguar.t*
Unrale (only daughter) and grand-
children as ilm
Tun loyal iirotiii>;ks of
mi: stars
1951 CARNIVAL
.AT tjt'FKNH PARK
On--
THURSDAY 7th
iwovtj n-d*
* irrmi arranged Dial KM or 4MI
s?.j ii it.i
CAR-One 1MT Pram, mileage
Contact II
Jam** ag j

,TX
CAM MM Mm.. HI
B.OM mnn IMA Wokoory 1* Baloi
M.ni mil*. Tord VI 1*35 Tourer
' MM i Iknp i.;.," i- IBM
M S 114
ts
VAN!" Haw Morn. Co. I*y and Ttp*
10 .wt Van. I_i chance al old
Morrli Saloon and Two Door
Saloon, all on hand I
NOTICE
IS tHE mm.i.: ,i| *.(.., mUK
KMl llSt. MIL L | IMI11 II
notice is heki\
Creditor* of Ihe ahov.rn.ned Compam
vIMrh being .n\i:il*Mi. Mound up
or* required an m i.l.tr lha Jnd day oi
Julv iffBI brine the dav (or 1n.it i.urpoao
.- under mg.ird |.
gMrooaoa. ,,o in* particular.
4 Ihnr debt, or rUima. and On bjbmi
and eddr -!....I H I Tbomae tn
'"' <' * rumnchtn ft Boa I:
Luraa Street. Rridga*o. llirbaeto*.
1 Hl.ildator uf the aald Company.
i< i required i>
i to c
in and prove their uid ol
.it Mat) tint* and place H
PIIWd n> urh notice . ,n def.iull
iheroof lhe> um be evchnled from U
benefit ii .. | i.ado befoi
ueh debta ar* proved
Dated thai IM day of Mat 1MI.
II. LISLE THOMAS.
I iquldator
: 1 7 7i
I'l'iH.M SALES
mi it M
REAL ESTATK
i-T-Mirrif *|tuat*
hael. rtandlna;
land The noun, i
Irawin*.
i kilrhcv.
and Balmorit h- id %\.
' i J
I bu.lt nl .It
dlnrnj. bi
uownataira thrao
d balh urxtalra
ivotUaacaa. Carat*
l yard.
KLfXTKIC Al.
FLASMJJUHTS A PATTEHJE.S T-
II ria*hllKhU with large locuulng Rr-
fMadan i *a Three cell al II M each,
i whtth Hip Inio oor pocdel
Onlv (I each Batl*ll-i
rh a W II '. bk an
A, Co Ltd Bimil ft Hnebiii k Street!
POULTRY
i RjCHJ HOC White l*ihorn.. Ne-
HampahliFi. Rhode latandt. PlyRWyHi
Pock. While and Black G1..1.I1. II .il
4 .rrka old Prom USA tiordo-,
Matthru*. Glenmaur, Coi.it Hut ion Rd
il ,
NOTICE
'Application! for one tar-M St Philin*.
Veatit Ethibitu.i. tenable at the St
lael-i Oirli School, will be received
bv the underalajixri t.ot lain than S.iinr-
day tin June 1M1
C'.ii.dtdate* iiu..t be d...ight*r. ,i
prnaMonera in -tr .Hnieil ,
.ind mutt be mrr cihl U'
lh,n lelve tlal. old on the 3IM July.
UM
A birth rerllArat.
with an application form. oM
I l.ial Treaaurer'. Office
The entrance examiitalinn *ill lv held
v |
Aalurda) lain Jvinr l*i t an am
P S W t-OTT.
CWrt l
Bl l*hiln>
LNl 11 (.
NOTIC-K
i.AIH RRDMAM
I.....I
The abov* will be i
rl-1i- Compelltlod at
a. Stieet Brtdlnwp..
t Juna 1MI .t a p .
CARHINUTuN X
i for aal*
I'm.' RM
Al'CTION
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
TOIM
1
TO-DAY
V Hat Ma>. 1*51 n. o.der Mr
i ... .e a/U|
hirh in-
uoe. Mom. ..., and ,
i
'*" TabRa.' Kocbera Mn *
M IRtajaatl \ ,,.,, ,(,,, <-,,,,. N ,
.il Table. Cona..leii" Viotollle Top
'..flee Table. Oak fc.laj.al nmmB TaAV
.nht Chain and Boo* Caae with IV..
...trie lamp.. Gla-a Ware Minmon..
RACW Beil.tead. with Rpnng. and Daajp
.ei-p-Maltrraaca. Trdar Mirif Pleat with
-leolnaj Table Combin.d: \.
hftlti Mabaal Compaclum. Cream paint-
(Teaa. Phil... Hrli n.-t .,t, |n p*rf
lorklna; order lit,
Servwe Wa.hin Mi.hu. Kn.i,,
FOR ill M
eel: T? er.'i
HI cent. I.-Jj.i 11 leOrdi ...
Meda J <..,:.
i. n4|ia
11.11 -I s
H AMI II
tree* T aeala and
A CIIAVTVl II A;:
M-R-NlMtEl, FLAT. Pavilion
vva.lal.lr fnc .(.pi .
rom Mh Julv Phnne IU1
FIAT Beat
inmi.I ||a*lnc> uiHm
Dtntnaj and Sit Una room..
badRpoma. runnlnf valet.
adRf uaual ConvtnMeiroa. Ho Pet.
CERRT*.. Dial MR> f- M -
OURT. Pain, Beach llaat-
i -. rWtaW two Eat Buna.
In* *e* open Verandah*.
-
aaad bath, i
.
from June IM Aa*.l> '
Swai. Street IHal RSI
dinlm monia.
pamrv. i,ie'.
and eaN-lii.Itt
id Availab.v'
F Clarke. 1
1VMMMI1IIMS
RYE ANBNN ROB
.ltd m Wednesday
I -ve a ma..
UW loudapeaker. nl IL.il
BRVk-aa ltd Uitrn i.
Lid
Jl S SI
r Um
MISCELLANKOLS
An old friend |-.-t returned, n-mel;
UANDEHINE which I. no trouble to uw-
juat put it on- and you will at* It k**pi
th* hall looking It* beat at all time*
Knight* l-td 51In
C.
BARGAIN I-dl*. Bi
Modrrn and a. good a
..i ,... Ph.Mie ;.-.
PHI
CAR I'AHTS
, in m Spark Plug*.
Cpliolntrrv M.trn.l
i me al
one MM
SATURDAY 9th Ju
i i i Sim r. ...... and c MM
ihe
way a* Hatpk I'll..- ,..! ed In ..'.
(iii ObUlnable 1 KNIGHT* ua
3" 5 SI
r.Ai.VANisED siirrrrs Beat tuaiu.
new iheet*. Cheaprat In th* l.l.i'nl '
r. fi l*.na. : ft UU. h ft in Tl. fl ft 3d;
10 ft M 0 Nrlt raid Batter hurry I
A BARNES Ii CO LTD.
4 a ai-t f n
GAI VAMZEI) SHEETS: W* ore *ell
g Cheaper than ai,/ other Arm In
ndgetown Try u. fltal h*f<-
E Taylor, Ltd Coleridge Street
. in-- i. Higher ."-I PltOM
31 1 51 In
UVENWAII1 IVe h .. ; i reeelvi
o further ahipmetil of Phoenl* Ovi
T.ibl.uaie Olihea .nianv ../ i
C- -erolc.. Hauce Bul. Mixing Boh I
MRU
MB
31 5 II
POOlal I'iITTKIIY Jtiat received in
fall plaquea In Hung ducki blue blrdi.
M-. gull- etc alan ornament*, clgmrllr
!-)<". lam dlvhct. butlrr di-'.
etc. Lou it L. Bayley. llokton Lano.
M S 31n.
Iniii.m f'hirf
DnzElinK Specluculur. Brilliant
THE CARMVAI BAND
From Trinidad.
Sway to the Rhythm of Trinidad's
LradiiiB Steel Band beaten by a
team of experts.
The 1951 Costume Champions
from the South will bring glam-
our s-trntKht from Um Baffeorj
Books when staging the Execu-
tion of Essex. Straight from the
Romantic West come the Wild
ndians and the Ranchers, and
out of the Belfry Come the Bats.
CONFIDENTIAL
At 730 pm. on 7th. June,
Queen's Park will be transformed
into a family land of Song and
Colour.
Don't Miss it.
ADMISSION:
AdulU 1/i f IhMi.ii 1'ii.
N.B.All persons who have ob-
tained IXKyths and stalls are asked.
to have them erected not later
th..n .lime 4th so as to obtain
lights.
W* ulao have In Rort
pi ml nit lor ine I
Of Th.it.Kim-. Curb.. Capped
Windfall*, and Spru..g Tendon, i
.mkI for B'g Knee- n <
htn KM OHTaj i ti ;o
URBICURA
Wo IM ATOMITI n I) T
. Mi i
Whirl, kill- HIM HO '.
wRtel ' I i il ,1 ..-I
i. i | KHIOHTfl i i.i M Ml J"
I Ml I VIIOV.I
BUILDINGS FOR SALE
ALL
THK
OFFERS ARE INVITED
FOR
OR ANY
OF
VALUABLE
FREEHOLaD BUILDINGS
OCCUPYING
THEWHOLEOFONESIDE
OF
THE MARKET SQUARE
IN
ST. GEORGE. GRENADA.
FOR DETAILS Apply to:-
P.O. Box 6. St. George.
GRENADA.
In view of tha Hland whla Wag-
Ircreaae. th* above repreaei.ti a .pier*
(M opportunlly lo any 'G-VAHrAIt
IIAICKISON COLLEGE AND
0CEENS COLLEGE
Removal ol Ollico of
SecTclary-Treii Mixer
As from the IM. of June. 1931,
the office of the Secretary.
Treasurer to the Governing Bodies
of Harrison College and Queen's
College will be situated at !!.! -
isoii College (in the huihiinn
djuining the Headmaster's resi-
dence).
Fees for pujuls of either school
will Ix1 rrceivod as follows:
AT HARRISON COLLEGE:
on Mondays, Tuesdays and
Wednesdays 9.00 a.m.12 noon
Fridays 9.00 a.m.12 noon
S.ninlny* 9.00 a.m.10.00 a.m.
AT QIEEN'S COLLEGE:
on Thursdays 9.00 a.m.12 noon
All cheques for fees in respect
of pupils of these schools must bo
.:...'. ,i favour or the "Treasurer.
Governing Body, Harrison Col-
lege Queen's College."
29.5.512n.
TAK NOTICE
DAWN
Thnt SOAJ' ft EDIBLE I
LIMITED, a company Incorporate*! Under
the laki of the Iiland of Jamaica. Mami-
9 I.on* trade or hii*ln** nddrrag
I. Producer Road, Weal End. KiniUI ....
Jamaica. Brili.h W'eat Indie*, hag applied
t^i UM regivtratinn of a trad* mark in
art A" of Reglatrr In reipecl of coin-
mon aoap detergent* and all prrparitmni
for laundry purpose* (nd alao In reipecl
of perfumery, including loil't aiticlti
preparation* for Ihe tooth and hair and
perfumed anap. and will b* rintie-t :
rogl.trr th* umt alter on* month l.-om
lb* 1M:< day of Mav. loll, unloaa *oni->
....
... .. .. | d
itM Th* trade
mark cm be areii on npgdkatlon al
mTMr
Pultd Ihn Mlh da> of May. IMi
H WII I.1AMS.
Begi.trir if Trade Mark
ARRIVED!
SOLD!
New Slilpnenl ol
Cooker* arrived. .
mm beMn -i""-:
He* them at Oai !
t^.f .-i- clriivery .
TAKE NOTICE
COLLEEN
That SOA.Q a, FDIBI.E PRODUCT
LIMITED ompanv Incarporolod under
the a-ti of th* Mand of JarnabM, Ma
tactureia. vthnao Hade or bualnoM -.Jdr*M
,. Producer Rood. Wnl End. King-'o.
l..m.>Ma. Brltian We*t Indie*, hoa applied
for in* raglMraHon of a lead* mar.
Part "A" of Reglilor In reipnrl o* i
-non aoap detergent* and all preparil
lor laundry purpnaea and olao In r*i
of p*rfum*ry. ...lading toilet nil
pr*paratMu for tha teeth and hair .ind
perfumed aoap. and will be entitled
leglater the *-inie after on
the JSth day of May. IMI. unleaa tor
p* r aim mail in the naontimc give not!
:n duplicate to me at mr office
' tipn.ltton of .ill'1 .
mark Can be ie*n on application al n
v--" .-
Dalrd Ihu MO! day of May. IMI
II 'MI.L1AMS.
RogWrar of Trod* Mark*
MS Sl-Sn
Tl, .1
1 IMI It 11 .
the lawa of
"
l'ii"l.ii.
wll I I AM RUPERT" "
NOTlcr IS HERE11V : IVEL."
lB any debi or rbi
I Willi...; llMperl St Clair
Redman, lot* of Haatlngi. CbrtW |
who died In ihla Iiland on the Itlh dav
of October. I*M are h*i*b lequird >n
and particular* of thru rlalma. dult
atte*l*d. lo Ihr und.i
Colloid ft Co No u. High vti.,i
.-.
Slat day of Julv. |f>M. alter .hkh ..
-I1 1.......'-I I......Iribllle Ih. ..-..', ..I
Ihe Drceawd aiiHing thr pailn-.......
tharito. having regard onl. lo Ma Ml U
clalma of MMCb *M .1 I Part "
uolke. and lhal *r will n..t Ih- II. hie for
Ml or any port
i 'iiy penuii of wluiae dent
or claim vie .hall iwii ihen n.,te ,.,
notkr*.
And all perunia Indebltal to Ih* u
Ealale are requeated tn .eitle Ihrh i
debtedneaa without delay
Datad thu Mth day of Ma,. lll
Kl-I-UITCHKEBMAM IlLDMAN
I HVEY riHLLII-
LINDSAY ERCIL IIYEBCRN GILL
tfuollftrd IMOCUUn ..f Ihe Will
Ld_____
I Ron mi Mippfitfll Stove
"'" I.i-" M .. piiiticalli M*>
,.rden T0..1- Pram. Tricycle Toddle
art 1 1.1.1 <*h**t .if Drawer*. Doll*
MM DM Jamaican Mai.
lAIJt II 41 ...l,.ck Tr-KM* CASH.
HRANhIK TROTMAN A (II
\ll< llMtHl t .
M
TAKE NOTICE
CORONET
I" & F.DII1IJ. PBCirH'CTS
led undei
de I.land of Jamaica. M*r
Rood. Weal Rnd. Kmg.l.
nuiiah We*1 Indie*, haa applied
reghtratlon of a trad* mark
' Of Hegliter in te.pe.t pf CO
.... ...... _..p drleigri.t- and nil pro]
.
rtent'of perlunirry. liKludirvg I,., 1
1'VK ILAI110 Tie Jamaico Broadcaal
. .. |i
' 10 PYI HAtHii 1
I'M
.III b. opened In B..-b..d..- I
ft Lid II I M l.
.: .....11.-1
ibour Apply in
fl um. M
.apable
porton onlv to Canad
31 I II J.
otaa raj .'.nv run
MM PM* Mu, brtWwn
j ommiji
MISCELLANEOUS
1M TO KENT
two iiWts-auM furniinod apartment
Nrar Iohi, Reaaoiublr rental Write
Rraileiii- Ave A|>l
Quebec Mi I. 1;
M S *l V
1 ...... 1. n .

badjjg

Churriiitl iiml EirewiMiil
Four tho
loni f vh.ii.
RltMMMJd w
imo rraqi if
l.tQl tn; LICENSE NOTICE
Tn* pcdmUori of A F Taytar, Lt.i
hoMer ol I jo,..1 LirotlM \" KMT of ia*l
ayajMOd to Mr* - knarrl and lunglr Jutp nh ilmln-.f
Ma Mn... si I'.'
1. I0M011 lo um- thr aald Ip.or lacett...
are. at a w.-ll and wooden building.
- ! Be.Kli II..1.1 AlMrlme, t.
.nd DugaloH. Wi-iii.nig.. Chi
within Ih.in. A
D.te.1 On. 3Pih dat of Mav IMI
T.. A p. Mil E. in E*q
Poke MagHlrale DW A
A E TAYLOR ITU
Pr A E TAYLOR
N B Tin. nppl
A'lllluin r. ipert St. Clair R*"dm
NOTICE
GLADYS AIAERTINE HARDING
NOTICE IS lllltniY GIVEN that all
in. having any debt or claim agam.t
ic Ealol* of GUdy. AlherliTie ll.11.lina
II ..1 the pariah of Saint Michael, who
died in thi. I.land on iht* Mth da. of
are hereby requlrrd In
lar* of iheir rlalma duly
tb* undrmgned A'oerlha
Hauling Ihr qualilled Adn 1
Eatate of Ihr decca.cd. in care nl
ih. Carrlnglon Al Sealy 1 l.ucai
htlt-cl. HildaetoHi. Soliriloi.. mi faj li^
ili> nl June ISSI after
hlch date I ahall ptoceed di.lnbuii
.,( Hi.
; ::;,
MrVd
part
only lo iudi claim, of Which
then have had nnllcc. and lha
not be liable for the gagglg
1 hereof .,, dHrtrtbuted, d. ai
whoa* debt or claim I .ha
hod notice.
And all prl...n. 'mt.btrd lo th* Mid
entale ore rrojue.trd to *e11le their |n.
debiedr.r.. withom dalai
Dated Ihl* 1li day nf April. IfM.
Al.BEIITIIA HAIUWfa
Quallflad Ai of UM Eitate
ol Glad.- Albeiline Hardlnc
drceawMt
M M n
1 for th* 1
..i.i. 1
MaRMM
'
leglater Ih.
the Mth day of May. IMI, ut.lt* aomo
prrtm-. .hall In th. me-ntimr give notko
in triplicate to mo at n>, office
rppo*lllon of attch legitliati.i. 1 .
mark can be ***.. on apDiir^u,,, a) ,
onVe
Daled Ihl* 31th day of May, IMI
H WILLIAMS.
Keglalrar u 7 ..,.
A,.,,11
M ......M
MMSj l-.nit to be held Ol
Dl.t A .... ftl-tn.
,e IMI. .1 K
P. A Mil <>I<
II.. Magl-n il
OM
BXI

st I..,,,.,
St VtncRnl

mad ud nfty two
. 1
e imported .lui ini.
1 tollowu 1
I II .1. . .1 I !. V. ,.,.,
tun*.
.1 :i..i)
9.055
827
Display of (iynna\lirs
>! I.I Ol
repealed a'
I. -1.1,- 1
e Di.i.Ia
"I S. ... ! N. 1h.ll team.
IIK4I.-ION
Adall. 1
1..
Chamber Of Commerce Report
to be on a firm footing and th
flip is now growing. Th,
IMue and the Depart men I ol
Highways and Transport havo
Kivtm th0 newly-formed Associa.
tnii considerable assistance and
IVII .
Shipping
During the year 1,024 Merchant
Vessels with a total nett tonnage
ihr "l 1.045.678 tons arrived at the
poii i eompared with 0B9 vessels
of 1,234.120 tons 111 1949. In Hd-
! dllion lo the above. 14 vessels oi
M 1 thgrr ty|M^t amounting to 76,192
From MUja s
amounted lo 70,52'* tons entered
'he .-He-.....: ,,s agjinst H.'V
vetueU of 73,680 long gross 111
1949. .f tbOMJ 149 were Steam iiivl
mOtOC vessels, the remainder
being sailing vessels.
The Cruise Ship-. Msurrlanlo.
lulu 1 il StelU I'oUru mad,. ..
total f six vUits to Barbados
during Ih,. year. Thr number "I
tourists carried bv thCMi vessels
W.. l.fiKll.
Tin lot.il iiombft ..I pa- .n,:.'
arriving in the Colony by sen
during 19*10 txcultlvo oj intransi;
Ions visited Ihe port. These passengei 1 -ag 6.23H
"' *" l.vrl IM" -1 1 > tl.KP 1 I
II Nil. I1WK \c | mi
Tiir ctiiniTinis nottHNG
, l.lt.NS AGAINST UriiOf
Farm PLANTATION Rt A 1
TAKE NOTICE 1h.it we Ihe Traded
nf Ihr above Plantation are about lo
obtain 0 loon of C.l.fNW under the pro.
via 1 mi of th* above Act again at th*
aald Plan lat Ion. In reipecl of pie
Agricultural year IMI 10 IMI
No money haa h**n borrowed undir
Ihe Agricultural Aid
above Ad ' of 1
Dated 1 C M vnrion
rt al Ekrcnlor and Tl
11 H V CU'THAM

TAKE NOTICE
DREAM
Th-t toAp . mini t I
LIMITED, a con-.panv incorporated under
iho lawi oi ihe island f JamaMa, Manu-
firt'irriv o ho** trod* ur bmlioaa addroa.
Producer Rood. Wnl End. Kmgabui
Jan.iiic.i. lii.U'h Weit ludi.u haa applad
for th* tMlalraUon of a Uado mark in
Patl -AH Of R-glrtr. In rMpl
loop detcrgonta and all preparotlon*
for laundry putpooM and abo In reap* t
of perfumery. u Inning t..il proparalioii. for the teeth and hair and
perfumed aoap. and will be entitled to
e'er Ihe lame after MR
Mth dav of May. IMI. unlrM tome
or ifcall in ihe 1,..
diipnc.it. nfllr.i
rppnilli.in of .urh regl.trallon The trade
'.- aeon mx nppli.
hVe
Daled thlt 26th .lav nl Mav. ItSt.
H. Wll I lAMI
Rrgiitiar of Ti-de Marki.
MS IIn
TAKE NOTICE
H Y G E A
Thai KOA" A EDITUX PRODIfCT^
1 1MITKI). a ...inp.ii> n r.iporatod
Te comprisetl of 2'i yachts, Id
Royal Fleet, Auxiliaries, 3 British
.nd 4 American Men of War, <
Dutch Aircraft Carrier, 1 Royal
Amy Stvi.. Corps Vessel, I
American tug and cable ship.
Five hundred and eighty one
. : .
OattM Of
Vr-sH Nationality
-:. im I'.nii h
and American
gfOtM Kietu-h
Argentine
Dutch
Norwegian
Swedish
Italian
Honduran
Danish
Egyptian
Finnish
Panama nia i
Venezuelan
The number who left the Colon]
... was 4.398. as compared
uh 4.790 and :iii"t rMJptcUYslji
In 1949.
The following table give* the
class, nationality, numbi-i
in Ti l..uii;.i:.' fj| V fl .mi'
| tM port during 1950;
No. of Nell
tell
36S
75
31
52
38
II
Tankers
Sailing
VesM I-
Hfitlsh
Dutch
American
British
French
Total Merchant Shipping .. 1,024
The following table chowg the DM Hlh IMtl
abet Ol t.'..iii ami mot .
A'hich arrived at Ihe port of
Bridget.!*-
194550
Vear
the year
1.045.078
and on
9th. T.C A. operated IntoapMWatl
both North and South-bound.
4052 w.MS
The Stiuar Industry
Altlitaitth the total i tinfoil WU
poator hi .n lhal rot tl
pondlnf Mrlodi for iin- paat raui

unsatisfacloiv The rainfall aUT-
ini Novtrnbei .,n(i Docomber i94f
.. .ib.ive Bvarafa and than w i
Miflun-iil ni.nstiiir fm ihi i ti-
nt of tha j
[tM Bl i i...( Ki'hinai i lo II I
'
iieti lha iai mlnailiai and aarlj
wiiipint-nt of the ratooai Tin
Jo.. N.\,iiiler anH
pecember ware orj and although
ih- total imri|u* it. i for Augii*'
i major].
tv of this fell on the night ol tht
ai t and oould not i>.- oDoctuall
I Um crop "orninatati
Itfall fm Jam..m >
other early months of IMO wa
i tha i .in*- atop, p.H lu ..
larl) tha rat
vt-iop until late in tin i
The aria haiveated fr |m. 19.V
41,241 acraa as aaatnai
:705 acres in 194M These rlgura
.a. huh- 1.000 acres for laud undei
:. ,. in' mr . 1 ..i,- (
Tha equlvalanl of 45.000 punah*
r , Fancy Molasses wl ,
1 ucad liming the 1950 i-rop reason
Al itn- and ol Dacembar, hV
toly 1,300 pan* I
thi' K.iin v \t< I.i
1 It is expc.le<1 111.1
in of the IM] crop prodw I
boul S7J300 pumlH'.iiis equiva-
hnl ol fancy Molosses will lie re-
tired foi .\i. 1 1 Tin- late
Umata of lha IMI 1 rop wn dut
an of -iiiK-' and lane}
rop of 180,000
t m ii 1.(,. -. 1
ihe Bi it) 1 h Govi n .1
through Ihe Ministry of Footl. hw
purchaaad Um anttra exporubw
.itput -! sugi 1 during Ihe Ifl.t
crop season. Ttie 1 1 1 pi...- ,.
;:.' iv 11 pi 1 ton mi judai I I 1 ai
nvi. which unth 1 tl 1 Bugai In
dustr%- (RahabUlutkHii Plica
.d 1 w. tfaraj
\. .. .1 1 .I.;. itad I., tha
>iiet-ini raaarva hind
i.ovr a 1 in mi
I.OSl
SEER w.lh II


l.nd*. pie-., retjrn unve to
IMT 1MB IMP ItW
PI IISON \l


rn in; name a* I d..
Ma In my ...
il-r ngned trj n*
M fjmrge
FIRST OCCUPANT
The new graveyard at
iluirth wot 1
' tuna*.
K BSJ Of Ihuse Hill.
waa buried there
m

IMI
IMI
i.mti
ta
If a
U a
11 d
is s
br I
11 a ii 11 -
1 ! I0M tall MM
IM 11%. 3 1M I Ih
- .
SHIPPING NOTICES
IONTRKAI.. AC41RAUA. NEW
ZEALAND LINE. LIMITED
.MAN I I DflBJ
SS. ARABIA I. Hheduled to toll
...n Ii.Imii. Ilth May. Adeteid* Mth

11 a.Million lu grnei
| |,. M*> I '"'
n-ll 1
a.i.l
led U foi H-i.-hipmenl al Trinidad lo lint-
1. OWRnS, l*rwar.l and wiiulwaid

I 1 IiiiO.i r |..il.ei.l.ii apple
I'HNESR. WltltY A CO.. LTD.
II ...1..1.
11-
and
DA COSTA A CO .
midget...11.
K.V 'C..r.bbrr' will accept
Cargo and Paeoonger* for i
\ 't Maarret N-^M
\ St Kill* Sailing Fl ,|.. I.t
W I SCHOOKER OWN
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th
Kmergenry regulation
11 iripuiaoi planting of groun
niXiViakHii and vagi lab]
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During in. IMO-Sl Crop Vi 11
' 1 in ail to he plant
ad in hoidinns of 10 at n
over was 21 |>cr cent, and 111 hold
mr ol .' i" in .i' i' n
Tin- aaaplng of Uv<
plantation m ii malntatrM I I
in larval aa bal...... via. cue Uva-
toch iitui to ayary 10
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ihe 1111..1 aurvag
plantings has rave al ad lequirernanti ware more thai
1 ill 11. 1
Cotton.
The area of OOttaM CUtU
pbtntattani durbif lha
aaaon waa :i aerai Srdu, which
.leldeil 21.524 lb. of seed cotton,
with ;i crop Bvarage r>.-i at ra "
h78 5 lb 1.1 Pt ... Il
d ;i ... ies 2rd. of cotton
>iehling 107.948 Ih '( aaad l Btl 1
.r 2980 ll> pel a. 1. Tin tut..
under totlon cultlVBl
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tin- pi. 1
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1. Pr.Kl.--er It. ad. Weal End. King.ton
Jamaica. Url1l.li We.l l.idle.. haa applied
for Ihe irgl.li.ln.n of a ti.de mark W
Part "A" of Regl.ter in reaped of com-
mon aoap deterge.,I. and all preparation*
lor laundry purpoara and alao lu n.i* |
ol perfumerv. including tot lit arlair.
prepariition* for Ihe trefi and hilr .m-l
perfumed aoap. and will he enlilled to
legl'lrr th-
the Mlh day of May IMI. unloaa aom*
porton ihall In Ihe
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office
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CAMEO
Thot SOAJ* A EDIBLE PRODUCTM
LWITED a companv i, rorporaled under
th* la* of th* Iiland of Jamaica. Manu-
-
regi.tr.lion of a Irode m.rk
Port **A" of Heglatrr In leaped of com-
mon aoap deterge '. and all preparation*
for laundry purpna*. anl a|a ol perfun--.
preparation. Inr tr tr*tn and hair and
perfumed ....p. ...id ul he entitled M
rrgnlrr the ...mr after on* mortl from
the Mth day of May. IMI. unlea- aoan*
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No of Sleam m
Motor \
IMfl 174
1946 271
1947 441
194P 441
1MB 547
1950 002
Air Traffic
Th.* inirnlH-r of DOB
iralt airlving al Baa wall AirpoM
during 1950 was 1.297, ag o
Hired with 1.242 in 1949. These
were operated, by six Airlines as
follows
British West Indian Airways 1,158
B.O. Airways ........ 66
Trans-Canada Airlines ___ M
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............... 6
In i.ddition to the above. 4
mib'aiv and 15 private aircraft
.
The number of passengers ar-
air during the year was'
13.50'! and the number departing
l.v aJr was 13.363. aa compared
with 12,074 arriving and 11.M3
depditlng during the previous
year.
On October 16lh. tha old run-
way MBS permanently closed to
tralTlc. and 3.900 feet of
tha Daw runway was
capable of operating
with'n this range.
The full length, 6.O0O feel, of Ihe
new rnnway was opened to air
of Decem-
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PAGE EIGHT
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
TIH'KMIAV. MAY ill
ARCTIC PRINCE' WINS DERBY
Photo Finish for Second
And Third Positions
(From VERNON MORGAN)
t:rsoM DOWNS, kmy, May 30.
JOSEPH MrC.KATIl of Kir* carried ofl Bi .tain's rich
est ever Derby when his colt Arctic Prince cantered awav
from a huge field to win easily by six lengths. Arrtic
IVince started at 28 1.
After a photo, the 50 I outsider Sybil's Nephew was
placed second and the Irish colt Signal Box. a 20/1 chance,
third. Thirtv-lhree ran.
___________________________________ The Irish owned c.lt i mined
in England by Willie Stephonson
and ridden by the English
jockey Charlie Spares took the
lead after rounding Tattenham
corner and won the 172nd run-
ning of Britain's n'p.itest race
without ever being challenged.
None of the fancied horses
iinisliivl hi the first four and it
was left to I-ord MUford'l Sybils
Nephew, a coll of unesjrte.lt.
to take second pla'
iniii i i mi s ni>\M>
Water Polo
Opens Next Week
The 10S1 Water Polo season
begins on Tuesday, June 5th
Eight men's team* and five ladies'
teams have entered for the two
ccmpelitioiis. The men's teanv- ""'m"i.
..re. Snappers. Swordfish. Flylm- *^', ,*Bf' ... !rl,h Two
Tlfh. Bonltas. Barracudas. Police. iul
Harrison College and Whipp-
Rays. The Ladies' teams arc
Goldfish, Starfish, Sea Nymph-
Mermaids and a team from th<
t*rsultne Convent.
Thousand Guineas winner Signal
Box
Briyht Sun ,
the Barbados Aquatic Club, by
kind permission af the manage-
ment. Matches will be played on
Tuesdays. Thursdays and Friday
The ladies will play one mil.li On
Tuesdays and omtthnts two O'
Fridays. The men will ploy on
Tuesdays and Thursdays.
After a Toaily Arctic morning,
, wnlch inspired many punteis to
?Ug2rUZlB? >* ,h* r w"
Mulling brightly m^ the near
record field went to the' post
watchc'l by some 500,000 people
Including the Queen and other
members ol the Royal family.
Arctic Prince is a son of the
19 French Derby winner Pride*
Chevulier out of the marc Arctic
Sun.
Officially placed fOUrifa Wt
Ameriun owned Le Tyrol from
Fi.hmc. the) bat) of the five
horses which had crossed the
Clcmnel in a bid to win the
120.000 first prig*.
Several horses were fractious
at the start including Gordon
Richards' mount Stokes. ZUC-
ehero the mount of the flflecn-
year-old boy Lester Piggott, and
the A.'.i Khan's Ft..... Du Bois
who w a a finally left several
lengths
Crocodile finished fifth. U- Vent
.ixth. Nyangal seventh. Sun Cnm-
new l,nss t'ighth, Turco ninth. Ex-
n a iieditious tenth and Areot last
JOAN UANOIO, Argentine xbu< driver, humming over the -Jlvsratone circuit. Nortli>mptonhlre.
England, in ini miperchargad Alfa Romeo at he won the first heat of the International Trophy Rare
for Orand Prix Can Oangto, who broke the track record three Utaes. won the heat at > speed of more
than ti2 mile* an hour. HI* bout lap wan 92 20 mile* an hour. Erprt$$.
There will be a special Gen-
eral Meeting of the Water
Polo Association at the Bar-
bados Aquatic Club this after-
Boon at b o'clock.
One of the Items on the
agenda n to decide whether
the Heaaou should not be post-
poned for a couple of week*
due to unforeseen circum-
stance*.
W.I. Batting Well
In English League
Weekes, Holt. Martindale I (Mi's;
Rickards 83, Marshall 75
Wint Beats
Mc Bailey
MIDDLESEX. May SO.
An unexpected clash batWVfln
. i the greatest attractions
'u British athletics lo-day
E. Mc Donald Bailey of Trinidad
and Arthur Wint, Jamaican Olym-
pic 400 metre champion pro-
.ided thrilling conclusion to a fashionable
Church Girls'
Brigade Sports
The Church Girls' brigade heM
their Annual Sports at Codringtoo
College on Empire Day and the
All Sa.nts" Company won the Cup.
The Rally, of which the sport.
formed part was well attended and
a service at the St John's Church
preceded the open-air activities
Companies of the Church Lads'
Brigade attended and arranged
and supervised the programme for
the girls.
PRIZE LIST
CUM I-H Jemmolt .All Saint
Ciaaa ll-Q Cumberteirh S-.
Andrew1*!.
Clan III-Mavia Clarke 'St Claownt >
Clan iV Mitimr G.Uo-
CU.i V CW Cummin* St. ClrnwrU '
Relay Hate i-A1l iUlnU
Urk Rim* iJnrtlN Carter it*.
Leonard "si
Satlt Rare IgSSSf BlBchnva"
Society.
Vlrlrl. laidonlrr. UnrtiM OUIl'i
i All Saint*'
Vittili Ludorum i*an>'M Cli'ke
< si vmi-i.-v n r
All Selntr Coy
C L . EVINTS
inn.- D- Eat ward* 'AM Saint" 1-
runanin* 'St Jortm
Bnei k Antrobu* i. John*. S Me
Clean 'St Stephen'
Brioil Getting Ready
For Gardner
LONDON. May 29.
Cesar Brio n. Argentinian
heavyweight u "keeping his
dge nicely" for his fight with
Jack Gardner. British and Euro-
pean heavyweight champion on
June 5 at the White City here.
Thla at the opinion of his turner
Sam Goldman who has been
trainer of several former world
champion.-.
Daily visitor- to the gymnasium
of Jack Solon ons. famous Lon-
don l>oxing promoter readily
agree with trainer Goldman that
Jinofi Is "a glutton fur work."
Hi ion starts the day ;.t I M
gJD. and within a few minutes
is hard at his road work in
Hyde Park a few
OLDSTERS FEAR
CRICKET DYING
VICTORIA. British CoJ
White bSUfwd, tAC-n .
tnnan*the breed thag rightly
or wrongly gave thii city Its de-
signation of being more Engirt?
than England"are dwpreased.
Cricket la on the way out as
one of the recognised sports here.
The pessimiaU predict it won't
be long before Hump* ore drawn
for the la-t time
One of the chief reasons for the
decline of cricket here is that
the elementary schools no longer
include It in their list ..f play-
ground activities. They used to,
but n boy was hit on the head
by y cricket ball and his scalp
was cut. Cricket was summarily
banned as being too rough.
Then there's ihe question of
supply. There is no manufactur-
er of cricket equipment In Ca-
nada and during the Second
World War It was impossible to
-*et it from Britain.
And "upstart" sports such as
lacrosse, baseball and hockey art
shoving the ancient game out of
the picture, here at least. Vic-
toria's team in the Pacific Coast
Hockey League drew bigger
crowds last winter than any oth-
er city in the circuit.
It is lust 101 years since cricket
ma Introduced to Victoria by
Cant. W Colquhoim Grant, the
flist independent settler on Vau-
Muvei [fluid. With its equable
climate Victoria long has been
the home of many laUltaj Ml
including a good proportion of
British service pensioners. The
gam* thrived in the friendly at-
mosphere.
N< W its different. One veteran
DOWler explained 'ir the young-
ster* do not play, then
a short time until there will be
no players at all. At
It was played in the school
there was a steady supp
lowers of the game from which
the regular teams could draw
i.ply ha> dried up."
Thrives fclsewhere
Elsewhere in Onad.'
the aporl is thriving. Tor the last
there lias teen a do-
minion championship tournament
among teams from most of the
provinces, won last year by the
Ontario eleven. Ontario heat the
British Columbia team 12194
op the final day of plr;
nipeg last summ-
ehamploii ok third
place.
The game in Canada will get
lip from the t
Marylebone Cricket C.
tier. The tourists arrive
MegttMa) July 31 and the
M.C.C. meets represent;,|
nadian elevens at Toronto, Cal-
gary and Vancouver. The tourists
will also play at Ottawa, St.
Catharines and London. Out.
Winnipeg, Edti
ti, it C
EVERTON WEEKES Was in a run-Kettmjj mmxl wliep match between ihe l^ndon Poly- ;slrldPS from his hotel. He never
ACCrlnRlon Visitwi BHCUp, writes Clyde Walcott in his lechnlc Harriers and the Unl- does less than seven miles, when
ad
Snappers, last year's Cup win-
ners though they have lost tho
Manning twins to Harrison Col-
lege have unearthed some
talent jiiti they seem to be
comfortable posltlcn as the 19M
season opens Flying Fish who
finished second last year have two
bjfnVCOITiejT They ;.ie still looking
for one or two more players. Bar-
racudas, Swordfish and Honila-
are In more or less the fame posi-
tion as Flying Fish
Police and Harrison College
will be entering teams from their
'tanks'. For Harrison College Ibil
is the lint lime they will be enter-
ing the game as a team, but Uuy
have several experienced placers
who have been playing water polo
for two or three years. Then team
Is a group of keen youngsters and
much is expected of them when clf-#.
the season gets going. Whippo -------
Rays are making their debut to "
water polo. Player* of this team '
are mostly from Black Rock and l9
the Paradise Beach Club area-------
Eighty per cent of the ladles 1.4*1
nlavmc water polo this season -
started training about six week)
ago lor the first time. The nthei ,, ,
twenty per cent, began playing lost n 1?
November when Trinidad sent a -r
ladies team to Barbados The la- JJ J,
dies have taken to the game like 1S .
a duck to wour. Beyond all hopes -------.
they have shown that they can r
plav the game, and ore Improving j," .
every day It Is anticipated that n ,
eonipetition Ijetww-n these five
teams will )* greater than the
competition between the men's
teams.
The winner
half In
5 seconds.
covered 'he nih
2 minutes 39 and 'f
geuter.
report on Ihe Lancashire League names plaved cm Whit-
Kriday and Saturday. He scored a great 132 not out In
rapid time, and Bacup were able io declare at 238 for 7
wickets. Haymer did well (o take 5 wickets for 82 runs
Acmiigton lost B wkl* In MOT- Witt Wiilrott scor-d 23 not out.
"'f, J .. IU'1* *"" l,mp "f J. K. Holt scored a brilliant
called. Haymer hitting g-1 Ullbagg century against East Lancashiiv
en 6S and Carter 47. Weekes loo!; and could have
1 .vkt for 49 runs inltted.
Regatta On
Saturday
versity of London here to-night, he feels he has earned his break-
At the enn ot the 300-yards race fast,
which was a thrill from start to When most of London is takinu
ftntin. Wint won barely by a yard, lunch, he is testing two hulking
His time of 31.1 seconds was sparring purtners, boxing two fast
rxcellent in view of the wind. and fierce rounds with each.
Although Bai'.ey appeared to be Brion spares his own pi.ndu-*
drawing away as they hit thr but he demands that his sporrlne .
I time per- hume traight. Wint calling upoi paitners give ail Ihey can.
With ten ywdi to *". Baili-v improving rapidly as boxer who'
appeared to heck suddenly and tops Cesar by at least u couple I
Wint just edged to the tape first inches and weighs something like
,11 the programme, a couple of stones heaviei;
Wint had won 800 yards in 78.2 Herman certainly hits hard bul
reconds and. he said. "I felt so '>'* complaint agains Brio,
anguished after this race, that 'bat 'he never seems to be there
1 need some fast work, so I whe" n, be"'"* punches
BOXERS LEAVE FOR
BUENOS AIRF3
NEW TOKK
World Feather v.

Charlie Job
for Buenc- .\
six-week tour.
Each boxer ha, six
I'.HhK scheduled. Hruier
Thw plwoon way
to quick reltwf from
ACID INDIGESTION
influenr.a
The twelfth Regatta of Ihe
rent season will be leiiled
Saturday under the auspices of tht aea
Royal Barbados Yacht Club.
Handicaps and starting times
are as follows:
tinned Out for don 150 minutes to get tlu
I .own-house in their match Th'-y scored 196 for 6 wkts. when
! Ilaslingdcn. Husllngden stumps were diawn
batted tlrit and were all out f.
148. J. K. Holt lop -cored witli Culm- was without prof*
M, his first half-centurv for the sional against Uiwerhouse.t Hi:
veacon. Marshall bowled 5 oVwTI Allr> fmctured his linger duiiny
for 28 runs without taking on' 'be week DOOOhlnfl and will '*'
wickets. Lowerhousf WvrO Ul OU 1 'it of the game (Or . t>.
for Pi* runs. Marshall was l.b.w. to Colnc hatted first and declared at
- Holt for II. ThU victory gjv,- 102 for 7 wkls. l^>werhou-(. rv
Hailingden their first win of th<- for the run* and were 5 snort
1. with 2 wickets In hand ,t thi
Worrell nt "f tbe da>s play. Roy Mar
are
li'iught I would lake
m ^hc 800 tteuter.
Ma.
Illl
attrocttve mninps
Hawser
rijs
Van Thorndvk. .31
Morra Olair
Itawal > IS
Oktipt
Oltvf Blowoni :a
On Saturday Rodcllffe won al shall played
home to Heywood. Although ior " M ^^^ ,
Frank Worrell did not get goin/ > A. Martmdale scored a cen-
HadelifTe were able to score lRi ,urv " Saturday m the Bolt..n
runs. Worrell was caught in tlv 1-wgfUO. ___________________
"*" slipa off George Pope for 6 rim
Vrilo Heywood were all out for 111
---------Living KadellfTe their second win
sw of the season. Worrell took one
wuket for 18 runs.
One of the mysteries of Leagu-
cricket ia the absence of Bonny
liamndhin's nnihe frqm the lime-
light. Crompton wen-
beaten, this tune t-> Milnow.
relta-
: -i
Mos'lys XI Gets
ll Innings Lead
MR
MOR MOSEI.Y'S !t*nm -
pund 11 llrnl innings kod over
Mr. Fr-mk Taylor's XI when Ihctr
anmn u. ... .... j......... rrickrl mulch tndrt al Ihe Mra-
llie di'lra: wns due 1 :, 1,1 run- ,.,| Hospital. W i n n I n I ID
S. Africu Recovers
.\ftcr Bad Start
ILFORD, Essex. May 30
The South African criekctei'.
nfter lonini; Rv wukets for 48
runs, scored 3JS for 9 wlcketa on
|ht ll i da) i I UMli match against r
Essex hue tuday.
They wire chiefly indebted to r
John Walte 128. Athol Rowan 40 (
1'iul Hugh Tayfield 88. wno J_
brought aloat a revival afn r tlu ,
earlier batsmen had failed against _
the p-tce iHJwling of Trevor nailcy "
and Ken Preston, and tbe spin ol K
Peter Smith.Heater. K
) a Imp >e Red
i i 1 a aa i*t VclltVW
a s roily BaallU- III Srcl
i lw*.mp F4l.ll 144 -, .
a n*H.nllei ltf
C 1 K S4 1 M,.. li.l:... front 1 **..hak ia Vrllotv
C 11 Majf*iii Dawn 3 4T Red
stand between Hill Cockbum (I0S t,.ss
rnrt out) and Edgar Robinson (73
not rut i. Milnow declared ,u 101
for I kl Ha m ad hi n*& retum w.ti
one for 71 in H overs. Cnmipton
were all out m 78 minute for 71
iuiin. Cockbum taking 8 for Tl.
Ill the UMHeafdgla league. K
Frank Tnylor'i
G2 runs. O. Fields top-scoring with
23. Bowling for Bob Moselv'-
leant K McLeod capliuctl (out
wicket?, (or 16 run* and G
Allamby. three for II
i :<:ini replied With
110. C. Allamby top-scored wilh
abkards who is in brilliant bat- 26, S. Dene/a '.'2 and K Wajtcag
(i..^
Ra-ni
141 Yellow
Traffic D'
No. IS
OIVb. 1:1 .i i v.
ATTENTION
TO VOl'R BRAKES,
STEERING AND
TVRES
space made available by
CANADA DRV
far Safer Motoring.
ting form scored 83 on Hturdaj
Another Century
verton Wivke. followed hi
132 not out wilh 142 not OUl
ignlnst Hlshton Sinx'ibly con
'Idenl. the ebony sco^-builde;
plnjcd every ball with tbe) < i]
, ulat.'il pMOkdon of h llnely ad
.usie.1 machine, A flick of thou
lamed urists. and on efforlle..
wind o' Ui.it imbed Uxlyami
away the ball winged to the
boundary,"
Bacup dix-lured at 260 for u
wkts., leaving Rishton more tin..
than Ihey had taken. Rlshto'
lartcd playing for | draw bnl
with ten minuti's to play and th.
cot* -r't 108 the tenth wicket fell
giving Bacup Ufcfll Utt w:n .i
Dm season.
Walcott Bowls
Enfleld had their first w ,n 4
ih<> MetWn on Saturday in tin
n I'D a match wilh Act! im;ton. In
two hours Accrington were dUl-
"""" armed and I Mick in the Pavilion
a* ti 'c iiria.iL' ,riiw '" ; meagre total of Til runs on
M.H.S. WINb ACjAIN h ood wicket. Chief factor Io
Modern High School defeated Rnfleld'^ glory day Wtg lit
Lyneh's Secondary Scb.anl at bowling of Clyde Walcott win
Modem High School grounds csptmed 6 wkts. for 30 runs in IT-
yesterday afternoon by a margin rMffn Rayroor. Acrrtngi-1
of 23 points to 13. The ModOrn fe.Hional was caught behind tit
High School team with only one wicket off Walcott for a duck "
more match to play has so I MMd Bad no difhVulu m pas
been undefeated. UfJ the score for the Jen.-, of i
v: iC' i.i prored Um most
a let f..i (frank Tayloi a
"aking four wickets for :i2
xr
inns god S Rudder two for 23.
In then -t'cond turn nt the
wicktt Prai oi \i luweto-
ed up 28 rims foi the lost
wickets. E Md4XKl three f.i N
and V. AU.irnb. OM lot si*
What's on Today
Police Court* 10.00 a.m.
Speech Day al Ouern's Cel-
l--i.t 3.00 p.m.
Annual Police Sports at Ken-
sington Oval: : ' p m.
B.F.F.A football same:
5.00 p m.
Basketball Second Division:
LB.K. vs. Modern High
School at Modern Hlih
School and Barbados Resl-
menl vs. Pirates at Harris-
en College 5.00 p m.
Mobilr Cinema Show at
Husbands Plantation yard,
St. Lucy 8.00 p.m
C IM MAS ,
r.Uba"l.llllr nhuil" anS "Cor-
.i" aaS "tanant lir.>n
n... iiria,-t.-n "The
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riair iOUIIiiii-"Hlrlkr *l
ssel oieiia rt- r>a
njjiii Seal at steles'
"l'eS>r(>*r Wmim'I :t
SIS B.B*.
i.. .i l,rl, HHf" ami '
!.... |.UnS "SJB p.m
.,...!.. lleb'-t'BlB-nil* Jar
"San. Bai. BBS SO
arii
flung over at his principal
Brion is thoroughly enjoying
his first visit to Britain but Is
Ilnding a little difficulty about
meals.
Meals do cause I lUlH MaMffRI
he admiU, but he quickly dfll
that he has no real complaints
He says philosophically: "Brit-
ish fighters get along with them
So can I." neuter.
GRENADA WINS
GRENADA. May 30.
Grenada won six of seven
scheduled matches this afternoon.
Lennard Hughes beat Hugh Lar-
tigue 60, 83, Roy Hughe? beat
Edward Martin 82, 80,
Clifford Date and Laurie Comis-
song beat Edgar Edwards and Lee
We--coli 03. 6-3. St Vincent
and St. Lucia play to-morrow
Italians Beat Brazilians
PARIS, May 28.
Brazilians. Roberto Cardozo
rod A. Procopio were heaten In
the second round of the men
doubloi in the French lawn ten-
ni* championships hei-e to-day.
Thev went down after a great
five-set tussle with Italian Dnvi
Cup ulavers. Rolando Del Hello
and Fausto Oardini who won
((.j. 4_e. *6, u. 4 and 63
Reuter.
THr rroriWiK t'up ltt-alta will
held on ThiirBdaj tUi Jon. 1*41
h mjun iiANMi'-TKn
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