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B IBS ID06 AWln vn WEDNESDAY, M \. U ItM Ccodb Calling fat ihr i %  \ '1411a on MonV. I.A. Film Board Chief M K)M VILl \NEUVA. -.he Film Boaid i Tiinldad and Manager of Republn Pictures, returned io Trininii Monday ever, mi: b) n w i A nfier paying a short lall ncre He v. the Hastings Hotel Off To Trinidad I HO kit Trinidad on Mon4 day evening by B.W.I A. M II I Oov• u! ILlll She bU HM t' % %  • | daughter Joai .. ill On Annual Vi.it L I \vi\<; lor Canada via TriniM nday by B.W.I.A was Mr. J C Kreindler Mannalng Dtractor "f Messrs. G. w llutchinson and Co., Ltd anr UM Modern Dress Shoppo Hi has gone up on hit annual business visit and is expected to be %  bout two weeks. On Business L EAVING lor Trinidad on Monday by 11 W.I. A on a business vl^t wa Mr Wilfred Alston of i^indvnpe". St. Tboma -s to b* away for about ter Intrantit J NTRANSIT from Haiti via Antigua by B.W.I A on Monday evening was Mr. A. Norrtfl Hughe*. President of the •>.e Caribbean Tourist Association which meeting he had just attended After %  brief stop at Saawell. Mr. Hughes left for Trinidad on •<> Grenada. He said that the headquarter! of the Touris* Don have been moved : MM t" AMigua and it is contemplated to move them to %  %  Mr. Louis Law has been appointed r %  %  '.or of the itlon. Back From Antirua M R. ALG1E SYMMONl.S cM .if The members of th.Empire Sports Team which pla\ed a aeries of names in AnUgua, arrived hero on Monday by B.W.I.A. :fter what he described as a pleasant lav in the island The Manager. Mr. J K. T (Iranekei und other members of the Team have gone on to St Kitts wheie they will spend a 'hort time before returning home Beit Place • M R. GUST A V PABST. Jnr.. >.t Washington, DC, arrived on Monday by B.W.I.A Yta Antigua '.ir i month"* holiday vrhlch ha t the Ocean vr* n..n' Mi Pabst who is paying hu ajcond visit to the Island said that it is the best place he knows He came here four years ago to %  pew) "nr> 5h i .rni for in An .'ill mmt % %  al Pararll Church %  ... who ii on on. month-, '. •w lm. f, .. and Pan ArUw * l*M*SJ itarbad,* Mn .—w, Ul'S Europ. .„„ lhc T, Worn] Paiioi, A dem* M" M l! %  Advertising Manager of the British Amerkan Tot %  a • ,:i B iny in l.onilon, Engt.n l>\ 11. W I A lot Trinidad and Jamaica on his i home. He was here HU ,i bu<-i | u/aa. staving at the Ocean View Hotel. Spant A Month L EAVING for Trinidad on Honda] by B.W.I A intr.msi* for British Guian-, were Mr and eon wWafH and ttoaft little sun Gerald Tru-y had spent I at their -. aside raridanct H.i..,:r.i l:i i Wi>ithing Their ether son Peter who had come ovei with thiin. hu returned to school at the Lodge. Mr. W.Uems It a Director of Willems Timber .nul Trading Co Ltd With Barclayi Bank A fTER spending three weeks' holidai m Barbados, Mr. U J Brown left on Monday evening i H W I A for Trinl. , Oman*, where he i employed with Whil. hire he was staving at hiK.ru... B ek)a> Beach Buiineaa ^nd Pleasure M R A H DcLIMA. Diietloi of Ah'honsi n U,. Lin,.. %  I. .. dos, return -, Monday watujM .!'' VIH! hare on busine*^ cn upled ftth pleasure. Ha was accompanied by Mrs IXLlaaa. Tluv mam quests ot Mrs. A .'. %  After Thrde Month* A FTER kpeitdnig iheie months' holiday here, Mis* Agatha Sri> and Miss Cynthia Sealv returaad to Trinidad on Monday by 11.W.I A. They were staying with Dr and Mrs W. L Wooding of "WlniviUe", Black Rock. They had come over to be present at the birth of Mrs. Wo,Hii,, K s '• % %  by. Spent The Week-End M R O. H JOHNSON of Johnson\ Huttunerv who rai in Trinidad for the week end. returned home on Monday mornIni i % %  n w i A %  lur.iig |„ , h L?V" G r,.", "" •' %  UAA. vuibM TV i,ud l" s J ,.* i 'o UM island and is stayi-J La M On Long Leave R AND MRS er Janet arnvvu bare it\ Monday for the United k.ngd. Mr Thomas who is wt'h Barclays Bank in Antigua b long Itavg Grenada Weddina *IS HABKL MeNeilly. ; n d clerk to the GmuMta Building dn ,i Loan P1M ^ Kenneth D 1-, Eiurtiah pianution engineer resident in British Guiana. While the ceremony was a, Quiet and luwt \ i.umber of f n | wtahera of Lhe bride witneasetl bf the Itevd Adam Thompson. alssnuit .reaUon of Upper satin, was give. %  Mr George MrNeiiiv. Prank B,.eg. "' Uu ** %  %  Guiana, acted as beitman. Thenweie no bridesmaids but the briap's sister > aifceruiaiHc u th. vowa were ;ed. htaoaymountng at Quarantine .v.itmn. Mr. Pennycook leaves this *eea-end for B.C., 'o be loined later by his wife %  ^ %  u'lla McN'elllv left the Itland en-mute to w* ( ie ; goes to meet the family of her nance, a Welsh Fusilier stationed here d u r i n : ., i i While The Sun Shines BIOBM whai this *aai will btingT It may be blisterA tot monthj on end. Ihe weather. ooitM aaaQ) ffHvwt §M delight — us by appearing after IHTiod Then off come' OUT suits, and into Hie lightest, scantiest frocks we scamper, to it m the sun. And, in less time than ll lakes for me lo write. dn is bumed, and the misery begin*. It may not be noticeable at once, the Joy of relaxation in the sun's rays makes us "sun happy". But next day. even the same evening— the akin can irritate, hum. and look, so ugly red! Be Prepared When the weather encourages don your clothes, rub a Dtaa idiion or cream Into all the parts that are to be exPOM-.1. There are so many op the maraskt to-day that *OU them from any chemist or beauty counter, and choose liquid or cream as you prefer. if ymi like, use panke-up for jour faie. Tbal staves off sunburn, but it doe* not encourage tanning, Ball you lubricutc the fata wilh cream first of all, a thing to do to I -kin , %  i io -kin which contamg the blood (at oells and other pigment.* which are the decisive factors on which we determine our ability to tan. If the pigments are evenly distributed you will tan evenly. The girls who poaanpl skins of medium colour and thirknets. must take their sunbathing mm. rautiously. Those of you with more delicate skins have to guard auainst over-exposure and take sunning very. very careful 1> The thin, sensitive skin that burns so easily should be sun-bathed under a sun*hade, which does not make it so brown, but yet doesn't get red and uncomfortable, either. Daily Lubricultnn lie careful to follow Ihe general rule, five minute: each R&g U> l-egin with, with OUMntebed arms so that the sun nets lo the undersides, increasing the dose with each time. You can, of course, sunbathe three ox four limes j, day—and eventually Just lay in the sun nil day. But if you want to get really brown HM need for oiling und creaming pcisisu the whole time The more the oiling the browner the i>kin—and the oil does save the skin gelling dry ,m,i shrivelled. If you have been sunning '"u" T no liaighl in i Ii th< face wild soap and water, don't tk. a b .in boon* i fou naa tool I roan %  race I wnn until you Ravi |Ultg ioolrd %  •ll foi y.mr bath '1 dl "U n OOS 'ambler straps tnnii the woru K %  hoi you intend to suntan swan (Ive minutes n the mn n h irk ml they |ust stay there for a ).>nc time KgUUttmi their cot our with the rest cf ifi( body, and don l, alas, catch kip Left toon to need more oil than any other part of the body its a good rub ml |n ,. %  I, 1 KB II km thai i ooth, -iit.nv unosiranee. Lust Hints Your legs have to look good wtkOB they are so Inngthilv exied to all and aundi t^iz has to be ellmina'ed. Shaving isn't wise. It hardens %  ne hairs nnrt makes tln-in Bow coarse. You can use the rream rornovora thai ire an the under arms Maybe you'd prefer thrm. The, .no certainly %  to u.-r Wl n (he hairs ^how slims of reappearing lust repeat the treatment. A last warning-do wear dink %  Uaaaai „i the .im's gjare T lOJ i' make you feel more comfort!" %  , M 'bey WHI prevent] wiinkles around the ayag Take 'hem WT while you i,the. ra ma, but only for %  wlnlto i %  i.-vi-nt gatUna white "eiown %  Ive | ircles. And bow ittra,liTO the sun glasses uw) Thev can add %  gn ii summertime beauty. Listening Hums ..is Tlir N.* 4 ID p, n) The IOP B ,s .—P I !" "(• "P* On;hirn p m Think on Ttw^ Thiin. s *s v m Bporu ii,-. .lap und *" P.raitr T OS p m Thr Kr. "* '"*> BUMSIBM C-lllilB ili r WM Indlri %  %  P Bl Hv H-4UKI I l p „, B, dl Ne.-recl a W p m •li.tf.m.ni 0 At TOunl IU gin Interlude | sfl p %  > Press ii Jtnin.ti.1, M p ,„ Th. L>< H.vp,. ID DO p m The N*. to ID p m Ne*T.lh ill. p m Mid VNk •ntlk ID m p .. %  i JUST ii\ TIME FOR THE HOLMOAYS. WOMENS 11H.1H KM i aaaca HATS MAIDS WIDE HKIM LEGHORN MAWS STRAWS—While & Coloured HOYS SAII.IIK STRAWS MEN S TRH.RV STRAWS: Creom. (irev, Tun -Mm JIM ji.n ll S2.S2 *2.K8 T. R. EVANS .Sc WHITFIELDS DIAL 4220 YOUR SHOE STORES DIAL 4606 \ THE TUBBY HUBBY g&* DIET ^ f -based on H> propocittofi that louod kusbands tlill dcs-iv. a >qua< RwaJ By Hrrn.irJ Hu-ksued nil •.! \ um\ \a>ir r tSa tnaaiUnaaar ..I IU mat it, T-i. SHKatta' An%  l'H %  *' %  %  "' Ta# I ItFtiMtl anal ifte lOSBSlaC Fat— *n Jim* Taa> STSraSd To Krlp OM"l, -ill ^ rtC> .l-lrC \V V Ttkty pu: me t aj a AlWraaaRU %  • The .*• thuia •* a :r-a ASM &ecu*, thai tg^^^H .*i* Ui* u*> whrii th. del me vie There I %  !!. II.-. ..'Ii. %  Mil 1 an i Dounaa sreek. \/\ \I,/I /(•* said un 'nan i rsKiuuii. ,iun*r\ i nave '• .tu* tor DorriAatf 1 iw %  -a-l at] I dkin": !\AW said iv aMi \U I M %  .. ... • %  >•< i jn .was w sniw JBalraga.n Md .1 uw at* WE HAVE IN STOCK: Packages Tenderie-if Tea '. Blue'Cros* Tea. Nectar Kardomah Tej. Uptons Tea, Heel Roae Tea. IVa. Instant Chase & Sanbome Coffee. Maxwell Also rlnlunaj Ctaoeotate, Ttl% H' Choioia-.o. %  :e..rge Payne Cocoa. Trys C-' • irriers With I'a Now JOII\ II. I \M OH A SO\S LTD Hoi buck .Street Dial 4335 1.1 OKI a OniMn r -vhacsaner rest ortntlpkr u bat i u fr lor a snfa Ui aiake lit-r rvi u .u: aui ONTMifht iiuMnn.i laaa aaaae <>t nw ~ia t sust wlikMut lia a asa ip UUua lopui turn .ui 53BP£S •" I a*u 1 d and Jen gl k. %  .. -•: %  ' .*. r>H ee (.411 It The Garden—U. JUIM Ml. \ 1 41 MiW.IHBO** f %  t %  HI *l' rrrrsatiai-M TO-DAY U| & 8.31) I'M Last Shuws VKNCKANCE V.AU.EY (Burt Lancaster) und FOLLOW THE SUN (Glenn Kurd) OPENING TOMORROW 5 & 8.30 P.M. r 12S& \ .CUT TH*S OUT •II M4N T T I all I III tUIM. %  OR III! I'l &f ./ IHltlRI 1114 VHSI lmx^ PLAZA THEATRE*



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\ I CDN'KSDAT. MAY 2*. 1952 RIRRADOS ADVlH \Tl PACI IIIKII 'our Hong Long Police ret Medals tour George Meoals arc among artls to member* of the Hong; IE and Federation of MalPolice Force announced in > -Inspector Jame* Hidden and lective Constable Chu Fook I Colonial Police Medal fur li-i'-i> it awarded to Police Utable Chan Slk Wah. All arv nibvis i,l the lion* Kon^ Polteo n September, IttO. a police ty visited a hillside hut In the s* Territories where an armed ttf was in hiding. As the police %  cached. the gang opened Ure. ing one constable Under lire, Iden went to the help of the ft constable, and later placed %  elf in front of the Divisional s-rintendent when the latter I fired on from %  concealed well C ards away. ii Fook. single-luuidod. ileil %  cornered bandit who d point-blank at htm and then d to hurl a hand grenade. i dci.vtivo attacked, wounded. disarmed the bandit. C au aik Wah had a oullet! vest badly damaged by a let flred at close range, but led to cover the Divisional •rintendent throughout the l The citation concludes. I imperturbable demeanour constant *mile under Are wen* example in the highest tradinf valour and devotion to *orgc Medals are also J-ded t<< Police Kemjii Tan I Slew, aged 19. a National iceman, and t special cone Won Armon bin Wan laf. 24 both of tin Federation Malaya Police Force. '.HI Aim.in m .1 member of S lice Jungle Squad of nine rming %  routine patrol on an U' m Sungel Siput, Perak. on t try IS when the petrol was shed by about 2.1 bandits. Iof the patrol were killed ght and two others seriously %  Hied by th t initial burst of i The three unwounded memOf me patrol fought off the sgement. after three of them i been killed, two by Wan kn. ft November 23. 1951. on enftnent took place between |e and bandits in the Reugam t (>\ in itlJ ion ('nil ii*r hrine manufactured m btfaoa." Iood.ni l>|iiM> Service Labour Welfare House Pass Temporary Fund Collects $2m. Bill For Puisne judge flit." Uu I a_aa^VI_. I n.H In The House Yesterday vi%  ... Ha Mar. law UM Cinirrii"! I.I thr I II .-!(,.. %  %  i-rxr 1" %  HcilMiuriibli Nl/um s.iid f ll always rather follow the ions of my forefathers than the Indian Ocean". • he came to Bombay, where weather is torrid and sticky. Osman All Khan, despite his fmoniou&ness, refuses to eat ping that has not been presly sampled by his official tasters. He brought therea round dozen of them with K cover, the Nizam has never water from any source f than his favourite tank— Mir A am tank— in HyderojCity. He therefore had no lative but to charter %  plane to Bombay—and £300 on it—to carry the DM grtsa ,. p KM inn Annual Hrpxit i>I thr !-u;iii •n*nl .il Scientr And Aarirultur* ("r Ihr .tvir lftn 'I foil Ofllcr AdvuncHt d pa>"n-ni ol ". v Maw to • % %  > M'Kh. IM1 Thr r>ill.-v %  %  %  KrSfl RMoiuMnn lo plKcr Ihr run* ul *' -**" M UM %  %  !• %  •mor-ln i. IMS— tt. "'Il I E — * •tWn IB. UlB SussdpmaaMri bltrnafM, I.--M. '., L Mr. F. L. WAJ.COTT. (L) in IntraduotBg a Resolution in the House of Assembly yeslerrlay evonlog i> .ipprnve th< Sugar Industry (Rehabilitation. Price Stabilisation antl labour Welfare) Order 1952. on which money will be raised on ihis year's crop, disclosed that the Labour \V Ifare Pund collected $2.2l0.rHri of which $1,013,271 w added m l!i:. alCAft. The Resolulion was passed. The schedule to the Order %  states that there shall be ralseo (al on aU sugar manufactured In this Island during the year one thousand nine hundred and Arty two a levy at the rate of thirteen dollars and twenty cents per ton; (b) on all fancy molasses manufactured in this Island nurinr the year one thousand nine hundred and fifty-two a levy at the rate of thirteen dollars and twenty cents per three hundred and thirty wine gallons. 3. All moneys received by the Sugar Production and Export Control Board by way of the levy raised under Article 2 of this Order on all sugar and fancy molasses manufactured during the year one thousand nine hundred and fifty two shall be paid by the said Board to the Sugar Industry Capital Rehabilitation Reserve Board, the Sugar Industry Price Stabilisation Reserve Board and the Govarnor-1 n-Exacuttvc Committee In the following proportions:— (a) to the Sugar Industry Capital Rehabilitation Reserve Board at the rate of four dollars and eighty cents per ton in respect of sugar and at the rate of four dollars and eighty tents per three hundred and thirty wine gallons In respect of fancy molasses; (bl lo the Sugar Industry Price Stabilization Reserve Board at the rate of six dollars per ton In respect of sugar, and at the rate of six doUars per three hundred and thirty wine gallons in respect of fancy molasses; (c) to the Governor-in-Ex ecu live Committee at the rate of two dollars and forty cents per ton In respect of sugar, and at the rate of two dollars an 1 forty cents per three hundrcn and thirty wine gallons In respect of fancy molasses. In moving .he passing of the Resolution Mt. Walcott gave figures showing the position of the respective funds. These dielose>i that the Rehabilitation Reserve Fund collected *3.300.000 betweer 1B4T and 1931. and of that M*a $3,100,000 was spent. The Pric Stabilization Pund stands al $3,952,000. while the Labour Wei fare Fund realised *2,210,645 of which amount $1,013,271 was collected In 1991. Of this $800,000 allocated froi the Labour Welfare Fund to Pla\ ing Fields. $147,525 had bee spent to the 81st March last On the Housing Loan, thfl amount realised was $980,000, and the amount advanced was $874 917, Of which $98,160 has beetrepaid. HI PUnl*tion to unall i>ul. i .in<>idiirr .iih wtllnix 12 01 is (JiMiiiKi* Commit IM A Pi. •1 ilSVl -12 %  vculivp (Vtmiiiittrr lAmnid-ill' Acl. !M Rracrfullon I" NlbarkM thr r< IKIIHIM itum Col'iiiUI U*V*luf> I ana I ,ill Ini ich <>1hr m uprllns tinSM . | ..', Ill* Plna PlaoUlHHi -nd UUIrlcl ASTlrulTul-l SIDIIOII* Thr HOUMiw.-rt m Bill lo make proMiiom lor thr protection or TliUd I'irui'iisuli*1 rlrka .irltlng "' ' ,h '•• "'"i"l"i -lelfiM for t )nHMM inrKli-n" *>a 1MUTM• Hufar liid try (ItohabiiiiiiiMW. Pr' wi-*-i /.urn, iii.il 1-SWJT Wrllx. Oidrt. l3 ii"i' 0 IUM UI Irr thr orovuion. ul KCliotll 3 %  Mi il. ..i tha Rufki %  %  -.lion and Labo-ir WrIUrri Act 19*7 il4T--i>' Th-> llouw i,.c*pt*d th i mH THE HOUM "1 Assembly yfsiti.lay paWCfl B I*' 11 ' matte further provision in respect of the appointment ot • Puisne JudRo. In ihe objects and reasons of the Hill, it Is Mintsd QUl that tht 1 Chid Judge -mil Crown Law Officer [Additional .lutl^i'i Act, 1951, was tn provide foi the temporary appoint ment ol a puisne jud H lh< Chief Jud with the large outataridina; volume "1 arork In the Superior Courts. This need siill exista and the prese n t hill therefor seeks to extend the operation of is Acl from JtUM ^ ;i) 1951 when it will expire to March ;il 1953 In addition, the opportunity h* thought tlu Bill was.ow \\\uh.Ls been taken to pnwkla Uun the was long ovardt* pukoie jodg* shah h,ivthi-sama iii-i.i.rtr., hould i oiiaUflcatkaU as the Chief Judgere^ersanlsad. lie was pi Mr. Ii. II. Adam* vli>> un thu tha itndai n ancs wimV UV use had given a f<" s .tgo that the matter \<: iHinidi-ratlon. charfB lha Bill *aid that it .i temporary one in which the Chief Judge had asked that tinappointment should continue beaauaa lie still needed ignlstance. Tui-v had (0 Btaka the appointr,.ji_i-i ,. rnenl temporary because there He hoped Ihnl the Judu i..l A. was a Select Sonwdttaa which %  ">"" %  """ '" ^.j-m....1 n was considering the change under ^jdar would '^^"J^^-" the Judicial Act, but owlof lo his prehens.ve to make UW "E !" ?' as regularly as they would have •"> Court nf Appeal -hould be liked. They were however going ahead with the matter now unti 1 thr time came when they had I i appoint this tr-mporary ladge. tt'iulcd llr said Hint there w,is provialoti nuda in the Act that the person appointed should have the necessary qua I ill eat ion* to nuke him suitable for the post of Chief Judge from the point nf viSW <>i years. The person appointed should bo as qualified as the Chici Judge. He therefore moved that the Bill lie read a second turn foi •! %  -• beneAl r tha lUrabla member who hud lul is' S *, h; woul'l y 'hnt hl In L Uon WM not in order. Tli urn. had (MLnltely GOCna whr there wi nead f'>i tha appoint ment uf a Puisne Judge. Mr &f B, S. Lewis (LI said that waatn lha Bill drst eaaw i<> ttv Ibnise. he enquired about build,ng a new court MI th.it BOtto fudges could sit simultaneously he felt that faellltate matters. Mr. M. C. Coa (LI seconded. Mr. K. a Harp (D said that tu would like to ask the leuder uf tho House ir the Government was s;iti*Jk-d tii;it Uie alms and object.* of BOS maasurS were really being achieved. As far .is he could understniui. when the Puisne Judge was sitting, ihe Chief Judge was away and they were really not dealing with the large outuolug to appoint some one lo the ftandlns volume Of work whuh job, it seemed as if they were was set out in the Obfect and tblowing some aspersions at the In the present Bill h. aald thai .tub-clause two had stuled thai the Putsna Judge should have Ui %  ma qvaUfkastoni H 'he ciiiri .liidiie. If this had l>een inserted in tba tlrst Bill it would have been ui: right, but If they wen aKUffld< in* the Bill now that they AMENDMENTS ACCEPTED The House of Aaaainbh. day aSORDl H I 'iments ol i i luncfl to the Bill pertaining to the Consular Con\ • IMt. KeBsutib of the Bill. He hoped his information w;ts wrong and if so. he would api Ihe Government inwnbar of the House would tell him %  O, l*eople whose business brought them day by day lo the law courts i .. %  told him that and he hoprn it was wrong, because the Chief Judge of the Island was getting on in years and If then' wns a lot of work to be done and he nvedeii help he hoped he was getting II %  it the work was not U-ing done, lhay would contimi'to Bat .i lull of that -on acaatn year after year and he did no; think they would get anywhere w %  I...-, rate. l.on Overdue Mr. ('. B. Talma (L) said that person holding Uie offlei That was how il looked to him Some %  night feel Unit tin. provision '. ve been in the panrgUMgit Bill ,. was itii-n. stvan It < I ic.iding and p line d In ComtnlUee through all it< stage*.' VA Dtrflur I hum MONTREAU May 27. i' United states aouar w... .r ntt iptoftlif l*r BACKACH LUMBAGO SCIATICA JOINT PAINS RHEUMATIC PAINS OUR GUARANTEE De Witts Pill, are made %  <*&-% uticUr hygieni' ronditioni aad the ingredients all conform to rigid i HandArda of punt?.. DE WITT $ PILLS for Kidney and Bladder Troubles WATCHES ttaaat, MTfeCL or t IIROMI1M MIMIPU for ladles or aents FI'LLY CirARANTFim 1ft A 17 Jewels A u tradei-fiil new rangn wu BaaSW *t Dutstandina prices Today il your Jewellers Y. lit LIMA A ro.. i i n 10 niti IAD ST aad at M \KI\i; GARDENS SHOI'I'INf (IMBI iiTOS.CA 4711" Eau de rolopne comes from Cologne on Rhine; it is now again obtainable in the original quality, made I Uogj •-. ihe famn.ii and secret fmmula tmce 1*92. 7**& TH: DIFFERENCE! YOU CAN TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR RENTAL SERVICE OF CUTLERY, GLASSWARE AND EARTHENWARE • WE ARE STOCKED WITH A FINE ASSORTMENT OF THE ABOVE LINES THE CORNER STORE



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II\KH.\I><>ADVOCATE til UM ID V> M 11 UH Cahih C a ^ n/ 9 y I deK, FHAMPTOrf. A*ri er u • %  %  U on • sj \ntigua oil Monti I A. Film Board Chief M l TOM V1L1.ANEUVA Ptes. i Ltoatu n( TniJdad and Manager of HeK bllc Pictures, returned to Trim i on Monday evenlnK by !i W I A. after paring a short .IMI (icr*. He was •laying I the H.i.iincj Hotel. Off To Trinidad I E WOtO tof Trinidad on Mon• : In* by B.W.I A : ernroenl IULI. She baa gene U MTi daughter Joan ill. On Annual Viiit L \i; for Canada via Trimdad on Monday by D.W.I.A was Mr. J C Kreindler Hanoi Messrs. G. W ., and Co., Ltd and the Modern Dress Shonpc He up mi hti annual business visit and is expected to be %  On Business L EAVING for Trinidad on Monday by U W.I.A on n business visit wa* Mr. Wilfred Alston of "tjindicape". St. The. i-xuectR to be awsy for about ten Intransit T NTBANSIT from Haiti via Antigua by B W.I A on Monday evening was Mr. A. Nori.-sklent of tho ExecutiveCouncil -if the Caribliean Tourist Association which mfrlinK hr had just attended After a brief stop at Soawcll. Mr. HuglK-s left for Trinidad on Ids wav Ul QtfJkstta He said th.it the headquarters of the Tourist Association have been moved from Trinidad to Anttgua '""' '' ,. ( .|.,ii,l to move them to [M CW y, i: tupst-nees warrant 11 Mr. Louts I-aw has been appointed Ex., itive Wrectoi of the A*ociatinn. Back From Antigua M R. ALGIE SYMMONDS. OH of the mambers ••< tinEmplre Sports Team which played a series of names in Antigua, arrivcd here on Monday by B.W.I.A. after what he ricMTibed %  a pleasant -lav in the island The Manatfer. Mr. J. E. T Branckei itnd other members of •hi:..tm have gone on to St Kltts when they will spend a ?hort time before returning home. Bett Place • M B. CUSTAV PABST. Jnr. of Waslu[:i"ii. I) C arrived on Monday by B.W.I. A. via %  u i month's holiday which ha at the Ocaan Vtw Hotel .Mr Pabst who is paying tin. second visit tn the island said that it is I hi btal place he knows He cam* here four years ago to upend one day ana eventually .: tv-onc. En-Route To U.K. M R. C. I, SONGHURST. Advertising Manugcr of tho British Amariean Tobecco Company in London, England, left on %  gonday • ranuu by B w i A %  Trinidad and Jamaica on his He was here on %  buainasi visit and was stovlag at tinOcean View Hotel. ANITA S|0*K No M **. efft'. Miss Bjork refuses 11LONDE Swedish film %  settees Anita Bjork. who kUpeared In the Swedish film >I Strlndbers's Miss Julie, hndeclined an offer to %  tar In a Rank film tn Bnglaa i The offer was iu Sfjeeet in The Long M n MilK ShiIn under %  if mak-.< Mm :n Stockholm for n An rnpeaj Home From Korea | T. WILLIAM I JON ''urn I: fun try p w5h£?\ to *** L' u Iath Mr i vYll*!? i" £25!" Sm of Church %  nt staying with Mr. W. A. • ford at PesrwQi, Mrnnr i %  Church. r r l U Jonea who ftp „ n otW moml-J ,' '"' rom Camj. R !" .u! y ; B covered some IT.OfH i miiea lo gel henjj. I t|| and Port Arthur Leaving Barbados ten. yean '" "• J 01 ""' the i's -. MVMI dsjrtng World War n a, * !" pe with the Tturd Amy, %  General P M the ra aw ti o u oi I live yean at Boston rom the rnfutn School at Pun iwnninn in Georgia and later went t Uie F.. i ., Th ,_ d Infantr. Uwuiun. On his return to the U.S.A. ; %  J "' ; -signed to '.'TMiany. M VUitinf The Island HS J R A UHANCH. wife f. !" !" 'f 0 1 An "'i un Monday • veiling by H.W t.A on n vl.Il ' '1 L"" 1 1 "P" ' %  J'lnl ui THE TUBBY HUBBY A DIET -based on the proposition that round husbands still deserve a square rneai . By Bernard Wickstted &£ b". st" A'" St Anns Fort, Garrison. On Long Leave VfH AND MRS U K J? 1 !" ?*%  daugsv %  iigua for „ Rhort boltdai %  lying i-.. ih. i he United Kingdom ri., renee Mr Thomas who is with Barclays Uank m Antigua, is now < Grenada Wedding Spent A Month L EAVING lor Trinidad on Mi day by B W.I.A intransit for British Gulan-i were Mr and Mrs. Leon Wlllems and then Gerald They had spent a month's holiday staying at their seiu-tde resident!.' "Rosamund". ... Worthing Their other son P< twho had come over with them, ha: f<-r f... returned to school at the Idge. are itarinj at the Si I, Mr WiUems is a Director of Hotel. Willems Timber .,.! Trading Co.. Ltd M With Barclays Bank A FTER spending three Hratte' h.diday In Barbados, Mr i) .1. Brown l.'ii ..n Moi K la% \f ,SS MAHKI. MrNKII.1V i. B. W.I.A. for TrinliT , II D. lania, '. l ''" ,,: 1 ssBipsg qi i ;. large %  '• % %  ! % %  i ..nd Barba''<"*'' at frisvo. and mm dor, returned betM on Monday wishers of the bride wilneaeed eveiiitu: an. ., Vl sit ban '< %  union which on business tuupled with pleasure. "V "he Revd. Adam Th( paolad by Mrs The bride, strildng a charroin| Of Urn u. Th wn guests of pfctura in an aha I i Fmar of Maxwell, sihixr finUn. wag A*. ii U .. n oncto Mr Caorga M.N-I.IIV.. After Ihrde Months while Mr. Frank B A FTER .pending llieie monlh.-' ' Uw gTOOOl (umi British Ouiai holiday here, Miss Agatha uru d us heatmaii. Sesl> and Miss Cynthia Sealy reThere were no bridesmaids, but! '.i.-rned to Trinidad on Momlay by the bilde's sister, ShaUa, U.W.I A. Thay were staying al^iulaiue a* the vo with Dr. and Mra W. L Woodoxehanged. I"# o' w '"vllle", Black Rock. HoneyinoonJiig at Quarantine nay had come over to be present Station. Mr. I'ennycook leaves this at the birth or Mrs. Woodlnga u.k-ond fur B.G to be loincd Spent The Week-End Mis* Sheila McNeill* left the M R. O. H JOHNSON of if laud m-route to Wnles wfttarg h. Johnson's Stalionery who • oe ' mw "t the famil. ,,f was in Trinidad for the week end. ""nee. u Welsh Fu returned home on Monday mornhers during las hi*; bv B W.I A disturbances. VSfELL. They have Y !" started me off on the Tubb> Hubby diet. They put me on n at ftraajrfMt stEM M kao day ..ad ..iurward.> tried to tail BM 1 luoltefl grig. The wltolc Otuig >* a trick i an ar\ala becaus.' thei or. .uti**i They gu*e OK *nn'i v.'ry aittiTnit IIUJU the. oreaaiast I get any oilier day whin Thai .'ii trying %  4tt mi de • %  %  %  toast iiithii vouil lei lob '>n thinims and i-ni tnou-*.kU %  : ouunds vase. >m it -i. Aiail aga-n Lunon passed off i lullv I bad ii in the city T i M paper ilido'l .heat unless vou c-u osJl ing w bave ihia,(f i A bar TlMTuoOy Hubby O-ei was deviasd by a mceM differs tot them. It Isn't easy to dcilno your own skin, but you should watch it carefuUy to work out your own particular sun intake —or is it "cxtaki".' Under the first layer of scaly lop skin known as epidermis, we sU have a true skin which contains the blood vessels, nerves, tat oells and other pigments which are the decisive factors on which we determine our ability lo tan. If the pigments are evenly distributed you will tan evenly. The girls who possess skins of medium colour anil thickness, must take their sunbathing mnrr cautiously. Those of you with more delicate skin* have to guard HKulnst over-exposure and take sunning very, very carefully. The Ihin, sensitive skin thai bums so easily should be sun-liathed under a sunshade, which does not make it so brown, but yet doesn't get red and uncomfortable, eithei Daily Lubrication Be careful lo IbUow lbs genera] rule, five mlnutai each side to i-egin with, with outstretched arms so that the sun gets to the undersides, increasing the dose with each time. You can, of lourse, sunbathe three or four ilmos II day—and eventually Jug) lay in the sun all ><„> Bui II you want to get ieall> brown the need for oiling and creaming l>eisists the whole time. The more the oiling the browner the Kin and the ml ,U*' ,n> the skin getting dry and shrivelled, if yon have tun; sunning don't LO straight in and wash the race ayllh toap and water, don't taki i bath hews* i inky you ".>• teal i reasD %  fat s, sad wail until you have lultg cooled <>ll 101 ) OUT balli Lai down those houldet straps (row the word n ehan you intend to suntan. Even Ovi minutes in the sun will U ihclr mark. nd they just staj there for u long lime regulating their colour •vlth the rest of ihi bodl, and don't, alas, catch ip i to neod mure oil than any other part of the body US a good ill UV i %  %  )> iflar youi bath, it gives yew skin thai i oath, .itii v usM irance, Last Hints Your legs have to look good whan they are so lengthily exoosed to all and sundry, so anv fugi has to be illmlfia'ed. Shaving bm't wise. It hardens he hairs and makes tht-m grow coarse. You can use the removers that are ( % %  penned for the under sms llajns you'd prefer them Thev are certainly ra tags lo u s 9 %  %  show signs of reapr repeat the treatment. A last warning-do wear dark ylasses in the nin'l gjars Tbaj II make you feel more comfortable, and they will prevent wnnkies %  JVUSM use ayaa, Take them nff whilo vou sunharhe. h-, S|l means, but only for ; %  while U prevent getting white 'clown hke" circles. And how .mr/iit,vi the sun glasses are' They i a great deal to your Mnnmertime beauty. Listening /fours t, P in Tlir Nrw. 4 10 p.m. Thr n ac V,.II..I-. | ..) 1 M. Ml %  1 lntrlutlc. SO p ii Sroltuh Mu TI,. %  va q i w in a m % %  ,,p


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F WEDNESDAY, MAY iK. IDS] BVRRADOS ADVlX ITI MCI IIII-II Four Hong KongPolice Get Medals Four George Mexial* ai* amoiiK wards to member* M f the Honit Kong MiM Fict.i ol Malaya Police Force announced in May 6th I %  %  H* mm ft bB* 1-OMSIM fin iM i T. og the medals are awarded to Detective Sub-Inspector Janice Hidden and Detective Constable Chu Fook The Colonial Police Medal Cor Gallantry Is awarded ty Police constable C'ltku Slk Wah Ail arw mwubeii of the Horif Kong Pol in* In September. 1900, a police party visited a hillside hut in the New Territories where an armed aan| was in hiding. As the police approached, the gang opened Are, killing one constable Under Or*. Hidden went to the help ol the dead constable, and later placed himself in front of the Divisional Superintendent when the latter wa* fired on from n concealed well IS yards away. Chu Fook. single-handed, i.n'Ued ,i cornered bandit who llred point-blank al him and then tried to hurl u hand grenade The detective attacked, wounded, and disarmed the bandit. i-nau sue Wah had a DUlletproof vest badly damaged by a bullet fired at clone range, but helped to cover the Division*! Superintendent throughout Untight. The citation concludes. "His imperturbable demeanour nd constant smile under fire were an example in the highest tradition of valour and devotion to duty." George Medals are also awarded in Police Recruit Tan Tien Siew. aged 19. a National Scm.eman. and to Special ConMa ble Wan Am ran bin Wan Manaf. 24 both of tin Federation ot Malaya Police Force. Wan Amran was a member of •i Police Jungle Squad of nine performing a routine patrol on an estate in Sungel Siput, Perak. on January 10 when thr patrol was ambushed by about 25 bandits. Four of the patrol were killed outright and two others seriously Mounded by the Initial burst of Hie. The three unwounded members of the patrol fought off the (ugagement. after three of them nad been killed, two by Wan Amran. On November 23. 1951, an enruigemeiu took place between p-Jice and bandits in the Rengum .---•a of Johore. Armed with a Ehvuun, Tan Tien Siew was left to hold off a bandit attack while till Platoon Commanocr withdrew to organise a counter attack. Tan Tin Slew, who had had only seven months' service, was wounded in the leg but fought off repeated assaults, inflicting heavy lO-UftiS MWS HA SH M i I tii'H \\i i• \i'i c Ma* Arrive*! TOIINSON s si MIONt RV wi: ARC st:i LINO on Ol R STOCK OF WINDOW OLAMS Bargain tor Builder* JOHNSON'S lUKDHARI. 3 *.> As nimtmin*!..-in hit-1 <>l Ihe iinli*ri Ifonwti'mirj j| nrre mafcsl lang-M'rnYr maJiih art .i/tvudN hctnn manufttCtU F\r>nw* Serv.ce Labour Welfare House Pass Temporary Fund Collects $2m. Bill For Puisne Judge WATCHES (.OLD. STfcEL ar CIIEOMIUM Model* for ladle* or genta HItCl tif'ARANTEEn 15 17 JeweU A wonderful new ran show at ouUlanding prin Today at your Jewellers . V. De LIMA A III., i in 10 BROAD ST tod Bl M WtlNE GAKDENH siloi'l'INt'l t FNTRK ^ WTOSC.A. The Genuine '4711" Kau de Cologne comes from Cologne on Rhine; it Is now again obtainable In the original quality, made according" %  • *he famous and secret foiniul.1 siricf 1792. Mr. F. L. WAJXOTT. on all sugar manufactured In this Island during the year one thousand nine hundred and fifty two a levy nt the rate of thirteen dollar* and twenty cents per ton; lb) on aU fancy molasses manufactured in this Island during the year one thousand nine hundred and fifty-two a levy at the rate of thirteen dollars and twenty cents per three hundred and thirty wine gallons. 3. AU moneys received by the Sugar Production and Export Control Board by way of the levy raised under Article 2 of this Order on all sugar and fancy molasses manufactured during the year one thousand nine hundred and fifty two shall be paid by the said Board to the Sugar Industry Capital Rehabilitation Reserve Board, the Sugar Industry Price Stabilization Reserve Board and the Governor-ln-Executive Committee in the following proportions:— (a) to the Sugar Industry Capital Rehabilitation Reserve Board at the rate of four dollars and eighty cents per ton In respect of sugar and at the rate of four dollars and eighty cents per three hundred and thirty wine gallons in respect of fancy molasses. (b) to the Sugar Industry Price Stabilization Reserve Board at the rate of six dollars per ton In respect of sugar, and at the rate of six dollars per three hundred and thirty wine gallons in respect of fancy molasses: (c) to the Governor-in-Executive Committee at the rate of two dollars and forty cents per ton in respect of sugar, and £ the rate of two dollars and rty cents per three hundreu and thirty wine gallons In respect of fancy molssses. In moving ne passing ot the Resolution Mr. Walcott gave figurea showing the position of the respective funds. These dUcloseu that the Rehabilitation Reserve Fund collected $3,300,000 between 1847 and 1M1, and of that tot. i $3,100,000 was spent. The Prk Stabilization Fund stands al $3,992,000. while the Labour Welfare Fund realised $2,210,645 of which amount $1,013,271 was collected in 1861. Of this $300,000 allocated froi the Labour Welfare Fund to Pla' lng Fields. $147323 had bet spent to the 31st March last. On the Housing Loan, the amount realised was $880,000. an I the amount advanced was $874 917. of which $98,180 has beer repaid. In Thf Hotisv Yostortiay at is* N" ii ifci aw II. | Ihe Ittmir ot A — •'iT lo Id" AtMrriH ilirftnui-i %  %  • Una "iii 11. ajntlliidt' ha l. (or (hnr < |ipo-!' %  'i i to T*" McOman BUI. t R|>nn nl llir n*p*H< mnl .if Bolenn ana AfrleultUK 1-50 II POM Ofllcr r-i.nl of mom M-teh. ISM The i. u vi srii 1.W 1.1 thr aitp.v,.,\ of U I %  npt>MHiicnl llif gHHnatai IHM is. Pun i cuiTri. %  M .i,ii..i %  > a... N.ippl*ni*niai) Latlnuttci. IWHfas. No . which i....Ihf DM KfaolulK.ii In ...nfcoiiitf UM (,. %  ..Ml. I in kw MM ol land well Plantation lo >null noidci. in sactlnn is f tho Exoc>ill>r (\viimllnAt, 11*1 IdBI 131 % %  alm-l.tlrxl liv |ha Iiiil"i \m.mBl Ad. IWI RMotullon lo aulhorlM ihr ••> |...dllillr %  !.. % %  > CIOIIMI D*Vrlop. ment and Wrll.te Srhwnr D an uni ..i thr •mwiil itl 4*IS -.id inch ->thrr mma > %  will Irom tuna to tlma bo nrrnr. tnr n.rrlMis UM iot of rjpiUl ImprovamanU nd alteration. •I the Cunlral l.n.-t.-SI the Pin* PUnlaUOfi and Ulitilc-| ABTlcultutal SlBllom Th!!.I-.-.-.I %  Hill i.. make provUlona lor thr pinlr-' tlon ol Tlilrd paitir* afulnat tlaka %  rlilna out <.f UV tchlclaone lo piirpoaeI Ihei A bill I a Puiane Judge A RMolulUm t approve UM older entitled The H,i*ar li.d... try 'RchabitltaUon. Price Stabll /. lion -nd |-Ubour Well-ir Hide*. IBM inadr hv % %  %  %  1>r the piOTtteVni "I '(inm 3 111 | .."d 4 W ol the Sutar I,, %  ,' in II %  •tlon .nd Laboiu Wcllaiei Act 1MT 'in; II' Trip llmi-e mieptMl tha .•niend, I..I | | bafM illvt t;o.iinil s. the IliU ti.i.Li %  ... Ail. IMS T^THE House ol Aaawmbly ytsterday passed a Bill i rnakv further provision in respect of the appointment <>f . Puisne Judge. In the objects and reasons of Ihe Hill, u is pointed "it that the Chief Judge and Crown Law Officer; (Additional Judge) Ai i. 1951, was lo provide foi the teroporary appoint' if a puisne Judge to assist the Chief Judge In dealing with the Inrge outstundim; v.iiumt' ol wik in the Superioi C uits This need si ill exists and the present hill therefore leeta to extend the operation of " Art lnmi June :.(>. K*' 1 when u will expire to March •'! 1951 In addition, the opportunity h* Uiousbl tht Bill 11. I.N iMt'ii taken to provide that the wa% Umg ovSrdUP Bllo puisne Judge shall have the s-nic dppartini'ni Bl %  < whose 1 should t in ml ill cations as the Chlrf Judge, reorganised. K* .is Sji Mr. <;. II. Adams iL) who look SOBM Sttasnol •' %  bSflDg mad .1 .. %  .,:..i loa and % % %  • % %  • .1 IssjiDnrars ana In which the iho ussurance whtcV tht I Chief Judge had asked that the the House had given a feu Bppoinlmenl should continue benvmi.nK .igo that Ihe n cause he still iieinled iSisUiu-e. under .-onslderation. Tiu-y had to make ihc appointment temporary because there was a Select Committee which Was cvnsideiiuK the change under the JudKial Act, but owing to hi, prehei.sive to make the abaenoB from the island as well as am^i.n,rta thi;, I ( the absence ol the junior membci He hoped thnl the Judicial A<* of which manUon era madetr) ti Leader would he siiiiieienily tor St. James among other things. Bitttee eras unable '<> meet as regularly a? they would have liked. They were however going ahead with the matter now untl' the time came whan they had %  appoint this temporary' )o|ie. He said that Uiere ease provision made in the Act that the parSQD appointed should have the necessary qualiik-atlonto make Inui %  .uitable lor the post of Chief Judge from the point of view ol The person appointed should bo us qualified as tht* Chici Judge. He therefore moved thai the Dill be read a second time. Mr. M. E. Co* (L) seconded. Mr. II. G. Mapp iL) said that hi would like to ask the leader of the Huti.se if the Government was Mitislled that the aims and otBja) I of the measure were really being raatn nchicA'ed. As Car us he could understand, when the Puisne Judge was iittlng. the Chief Judge was away and they were really not deeding with the large outstanding volume of work which was set out in the Object and Reasons of the Bill. %  itThe Ume h 1 come when the jurisdiction of l> t'etiv IJcbt Court and the AMIS' ant Court of Appeal thould in* e\ tended. |*oi the benefit of the last hnn mi..Me member who had just ; %  4p.*t, he; would soy that his Inf.i n iUon was not In order. Th time had definitely come whe ij ere .'.. mi-il for Ihe .ippoin' ment of a I'ultne Judge. Mr. .Il I, S. Lewm (Ll sold that uhiii the Hill llrsl came to thHouse, he enquired alxtut build.ng a new couit ^ ti il botl ludges could sil siinultaneously Uccause he felt that it would %  aeilHata matters AMENDMENTS ACCEPTED The House of Assembly yesterday accepted the amendments ol the Legislative Council to the Bill pertaining to the Consular ConvantiOOl Act, 1S52. He hoped his information was wrong and if so, he would appreciate if the Government mem1-1 nf the House would tell him 0 Paepla whose business brought by day to the law courthad told him that and he hope., it wag wrong, because th" Chut Judge of the island was getting on 111 years and If there wan a lot of work to lie done and he needoi help he hoped he wan getting M But sueely If the work was not bsjtnfl done, Uioy would emittim to get a bill of that sort comim: % %  ii gnat year and he did no: IblDS tle> would get anywhere „ %  %  11 %  ,t< I "UL; Overdue Mr. V. i:. Talma cen 111 the permanent llil Tin Bill was final! I ic.Hing and pajwted inittee through all Its stage .' U.S, Dollar Down MONTREAL. May 27. Th.* United States dollar was 1 11I a discount of 19/10 per' cent in terms Canadian funds. On Monday was down 1/32 from Friday', elosc lhat is, it took S0.K8 7/HI Canadian to buy SI American. The Pound sterling waa $2.74 11/IS down 9/Hi from Friday r,rt$fottt The Firestone Super-Balloon Tire, which runs on only 2< pounds of air. Increases comfort and service of your car by absorbing rood shocks and bump* In addition, you receive Kicite 1 skid Protection with the Skid Resi-tors in the SafetyCrip Tread. Blowout Protection. erian new unproved OussHDfeaptflaj, jnd Long Ijfe with Firestone's exclusive tread compounding. JAc Jyto wilh fiuilLitt all over the world with great suceen This it amply confirmed by many ihankf %  >' letters sent to ua by people who longed lor reiiel from rhenmaut pauu and tound it after trying De Wrtfs Pilli Why ant try Ihem for yoor trouble r Go to yonchetDisl and obtain a supply nc>" away. 1 *wn*Uy rlra ring De Witt's Pills snj


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r PACE FOCI: BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDM'sim M\V 2. 1M2 BARBAWKfA ADVfJCATE r>i>i*4 • ta J.< I SI Pti*.U- Wednesday. May 2X. 1952 Is II Too Easy To lt< i onii British? r.iM. i AII i lit THE report of Iho Colonial Development Corporation for 1951. as summarised in the Advocate of May 21, contains a very gloomy forecast for the future of the small West i Indian islands. The Dominica Grouped Undertaking, according to the report, shows little chance of ever showing a profit to the Corporation. The pessimism of this statement is important because time and again the West Indies are blamed for failure to show initii alive. "If only the people would combine together': "if only they would invest more capital", are frequent criticisms made by the newcomers to the Caribbean. Critics often mean well but very often critics are persons with no experence of conducting enterprises in any other country. Not infrequently their presence in these territories is due to their inability to succeed in bigger countries. But Lord Reith is a successful person and Lord Reith is saying something quite different, so far as Dominica is concerned. And what he says will not encourage others to try where the Colonial Development Corporation has failed. The Grouped undertaking in Dominica included citrus, banana and coconut plantations, a citrus packing station and a hydroelectric scheme. Great hopes were built up when this undertaking was launched; now the chance of its ever showing a profit to the Corporation is Temote. The history of the Colonial Development Corporation linked as it is in the public mind with the enormous Overseas Food Corporation groundnut fiasco docs not encourage confidence. In the West Indies its activities are best known perhaps for the rebuilding of Castries but even this work has been halted for lack of funds. Prospects for British Guiana consolidated Goldfields sxp said to be good and long-term prospects foY British Guiana Timbers are fair. In.Trinidad there is cautious optimism in the expression that the Corporation's cement development" ought to be a sound irivcetfrleriV' In British Honduras the stock-farm has been abandoned and the Fort George Hotel in Belize will show no profit to the Corporation. If this list of enterprises in the Carib bean warrants the view that many of the brighter spots of the Corporation's work are in the Caribbean area then the outlook for the Corporation can only be described as black. The reasons for the Corporation's failures are in fact given welcome publicity by Lord Keith, The Corporation has suffered in the past 'from inaccurate estimating and incompetence, from rising costs and shortages of materials, and always over the majority of the enterprises there are the perils of the tropics, vagaries of wind and flood and drought of ravage and'disease." There is a great difference between this penitent cry of inea maxima culpa and the shrill hysteria of the British Press when the Colonial Development Corporation was horn. Then the cry was "develop the colonial garden for the good of the colonial peoples and of course for the benefit of the residents of the United Kingdom." The Overseas Food Corporation and the Colonial Development Corporation were born because of political pressure from politicians who knew little of the colonies they were to develop. They came into being at a period when finding "jobs for the boys" was a major political pre-occupation in the United Kingdom. Jobs were found for the boys: the Press of Great Britain supported the politicians in playing to the gallery. Millions nf pounds were squandered. Even in 1951 the squandering was still going on. "Losses have to be written off, £4,500,000 of them at the end of 1951 or rather since there is literally no writing off, that sum has to be carried like a millstone round the neck." Concurrently with all this money going down the drain West Indian territories are in great need of money to finance deep water harbours, and airports and to improve agriculture and communications. Perhaps none of these schemes would show a profit to the Corporation but proper communications would at least give the West Indies a reasonable chance to promote their own schemes which will succeed. The Corporation's cie.it failure t.i achieve success in the Dornuuea Grouped Undertaking will act instsad like a wet blanket on schemes for development in other islands. It would be tragic (or the West Indies if a Government Corporation which was created to bench' Colonial peoples should act as a deterrt;.' i private investors in the West Ind-es. This Oath of AUefisnee— '/ swear by Almighty God. [hoi fmrh/til and b>-ar true alleviate:-. Jf.r Mmjeity. Qumi %  the Second, h,r Rein, and Succct$ors, according lo Iss*.' has been abased by strangers with British passports What is the remedy? DOES it surprise you to know that 60 Russians, who bought it I fourpenny form and tilled it up have become British this year? It cost each of them .i iiitli more th;i*i that before becoming one of u-'. but not enough to dlcourajte any determined PBSHsV 1 be Briton. The Government promise, of art independent inquiry into the cure-by-kind new methods of BnsadDMOr prompts a wider I question: "Are the British, beI sides being the most civilised people the wurld has ever known, also too soft-hearted toe their own good?" In particular: "Is it too easy to beeo rn s Missal Look at the figures. In the fliM qu.iilir of the year more than 800 aliens were granted !is of naturalisation. Sin.r the sod Of the war in Kurope more than 58.000 have %  oath of allegiance to lbs i'row ii. and have been lost among the mass of Britons. Most of them, so far as anyone knows, have settled down among us to lead useful, honest lives. WRONG 'L'V BUT, now and then, a "wrong •un" is given the blessing of British passport and all th rights and privileges which we take for granted. Their discovery easts doubt upon the usefulness of the fourpenny form and the security check il involves. Example; A DUU h bora diamond broker has hud his British citizenship taken away from him by the Home Secretary. This man was tailed for IK month* fr • miiKitllnK wlUiin 1 day. of taking the oath Sj| jllrUarr to Britain. When he appe.red l*fOre the Deprivation of Citizens-hip Committee he was described as "one of the big shots of the smuggling trade." A Customs Investigator said this man had been undei By GEORGE SCOTT constant suspicion since the end of May 1948-two year, before he became Br,ti>h. THKfcr: Uw Home Offlcewhich has the final say on all "i Want to be llntish" applications tfiree questions:— ONE: Is it the practice of the Home Office to give the benefit of the doubt to an applicant fo. naturalisation against the unispi.ions of Scotland Yard and the Customs authorTWO: Is it the practice of the Home Office to give the benefit of the doubt in cases where files have been destroyed by the Gestapo and it is therefore impossible to check on the past of I. refugee applying for British < itixcnship? THREE: How many applications for naturalisation have been turned down since the H %  I Last night a Home Office official gave the same reply to ouch of the questions: "We cannot answer that." NO NATIONALITY THIS official reluctance to tell us about our new neighbours does not stop US from building up a picture of the process of ligfotnlnsj British. Before a man (or woman) is granted British cituenshkp his background Is scrutinised by Special Branch men of Scotland Yard or provincial police forces, and by M.I.5. But how can anyone check on the past of a man who, before naturalisation. was of "no 'nationality?" That term may well hide the horrors of war which turned human beings into despair-sick refugees. Britain has given them sanctuary. But it could also provide u convenient way for unpalhetie, undesirable foreigners to curtain unscrupulous and unsavoury paiti WHAT ( III t K %  SOMF. such men have certainly been given sanctuary in our proper eagernc| to succour genuine refugees from Bed Shirt. Black Shirt, and Brown Shirt persecution. But what sort of security ChOCk is it that let.* through to citizenship our smuggler ana men like atom scientist Bruno Pontacorvo. Fuchs, Carl Strauss, and Anton la R*idl—who peddled information •bout Czech emigreJli Britain to ihe Czech secret %  Well, here is the n-utine foi all would-be 11 ton* F.rst. thev must live in Uus country for -t least 11 months immediately before applying rug. i. '.iralisation They must hava spent four of the previous seven years either In Britain, in British territory., or in Crown Tvirr Then, Ilk* those CO Russians they pay their fourpence — for the four-page, white foolscap itm. called A 1. at the Stationery Office In London's Kingsway. The form puses 11 questions. •all simple. The applicant signs a statement about his own character, already printed for him. which reads: "I am of good character and have suffii-iem knowledge language. 1 solvent." Four Briton.' hi the English •m financially muHt sponsor Next, the foreigner advertise* his application for naturalise' %  lion in two local papers, pays j 2s. 6d. as tjie fee for witnessing his declaration, and sends off his form, with 12, to the Home Office. £20 IN ALL THE applicant then waits while lb* police check his statements. In London this may take, up to six months; In the provinces up to three months. If these Inquiries leave him with a clean record he will be naturalised, after paving another [ £18. making t20 in all, to the \ Home Office. Occasionally — and here the Broadmoor analogy is complete —Britain pay an incalculable price for kecj"?ig her pride In sanctuary. What is the alternative 1 is the Home Office to refuse naturalisation every time the police or CUM urns are "not quite sure" about a man, or have "suspicions" of him they cannot prove? Or is that mocking the principle of I U which a man U wholly innocent until ho II proved wholly guilty? The price of "indisputable •afety" Is a -octet police forte. The risky virtues of tolermcc and liberty that go with a British passport are worth better custodians than that. And better safeguards— LC S. \MEMICAN COLUMN: A Man Not A Bit Like Taf t WASHINGTON VEJtY level headed indeed II 47-year-old Senator Wayne Morse, who cocoes from the Far Western State of Oregon, who oncw taught argumentation" at the Universities of Wisconsin and Minnesota, mid Is a typo of Republican very different, say, from Senator Taft. Morse is one of the Liberal group in the Republican Party and nothing at ad like an Isolationist. N-w out he comes to warn "reactionary elements" in his party against "trying to throw the party's weight behind the unreasonable demands of t h e steel companies for u pi ice inMany people are saying that Truman, by siding with the *tecl workers, has clinched the union vote for the Democrats at the Presidential Election. Probably with this In mind. Morse tells his colleagues: "You may well alienate the independent voters if they get into the haul' of Identifying the Bcpubllcans with (he big business viewpoint in the steel dispute." DONT LOOK now. General Elsenhower, but the '•"nft supporters are up to a rather naughty trick. They are circui .... n M. MacCOLL lating copies of a petition which calls on you to answer 21 searching questions on political Sample: "Will you clean house In the State Department. starting with Dean Acheson? TUB peculiar night life of Washington Include* some pitfalls. I hear the sad story tf an out-of-town visitor who, feeling the need of further irrigation after the official closing time of 2 ajn.. wound up In a notorious night haunt. A bottle of alleged champagne was followed by a bill for £28. Turning to protest, the visitor thought better of it as he observed three large gents with disarranged noser* and ears rignt behind him. What's more, the three ehummily Joined his table and all called for drinks—addling £ 10 to the bill. Yes. It's springtime In the nation's capital. THE big stride forward in the economic lot of America's Negroes in the past decade h.ts been striking. A* I strolled about the streets to-day I noticed that Cadillac after Cadillac had block faces Inside It. "MANY clergymen are lakin; flying lessons," said an official at the big Belling Field Air Force base near Washington "They make excellent pilots, 1 because they have good moral. J mental, and physical require%  ment*. They arc rarely bothered | with the emotional disturbances fouad in some applicants for licences." HERE in Washington the temperature Is up In the mtdeighties, the girls are sporting their thinnest summer frocks. | the air-conditioners are murmuring slumberouMy in all the offices, and you can altno the chestnut leaves unfold. AND in Philadelphia Dr. I. S Ravdin. of the University of Pennsylvania Medical School, attacks the "ghost surgeon." "Ghost surgery" Is a growinn practice among unscruputoitmedicos whereby, unknown to the patient, who Is already under an anaesthetic, a strange Surgeon Is called in to condu. t an unnecessary operation, get!* his fee, and leave* again. HEADLINE: "Meal Day litres Thousand.* into Traffic Jam-." THE HI MAN TOUCH: Top notice in Washington shop window: "We make ordinary shoes toeless for you In 20 minutes." The Two Immigration Bills (From the "New York Herald Tribune") OBJECTIONS to the McCarran-Walter immigration bill come from so many quarters and go .so deeply to fundamental questions of national policy that the Senate can do no less than to hear out all criticism fairly. To hear it in prolonged debate on upward of 200 amendments which opponents threaten to offer is the hard way of doing it. The orderly method, and the fairest, is to recommit it to the Judiciary Committee for new hearings, at which the substitute measure offered by Sen. Herbert H. Lehman, D., N.Y., would be considered together With the McCarranWalter bill. The Senate's duty to weigh, justly, every major criticism against this measure is compelling. Only once in a generation docs the opportunity arise to shape a new immigration policy which will affect the lives of perhaps millions of persons in the future. That the task should fall in the present abnormal period of world tension and unrest is unfortunate; it makes all the heavier the responsibility on Congress to draft Ihe soundest possible legislation. The McCarran-.Walter bill has good and bad points, both in its general aims and in its multitude of particular sections. It makes a genuine effort to codify the bewildering miscellany of laws, proclamations, executive orders, regulations and treaty clauses amassed during the last thirty years and longer. It ends, in principle at least, the immigration ban against Orientals, which has been an international sore point for three decades. At the same time, it retains the old quota system based on the national origins of the country's population in 1920; a system deliberately designed to favour the countries of Western and Northern Europe over those of Central and Eastern Europe. It avoids the opportunity to temper this unequal policy by providing for utilization of the unused quotas of favoured countries for less-favoured nations (such as Greece and Latvia) whose quotas have been mortgaged beyond the year 2000. As to particular provisions of the bill, its opponents fairly riddle it with criticism; some of it, undoubtedly, unfair. But the charge that the bill's provisions for immigration of foreign colonials in this hemisphere is discriminatory against the coloured peoples in the Caribbean area does deserve dose examination. And the Senate's best thought should be applied in weighing new provisions which would place the naturalized citizen in jeopardy of deportation for actions he may have taken far in his past life, or might take in the future. Even if the justification is to give a broad control over outright subversives and criminals who gain citizenship, does this accord with fundamental American principles of equality in citizenship? This newspaper doesn't believe so. Opponents of the McCarran-Walter bill have asked searching questions on matters of basic national policy, and the answers require from the Senate an exercise of highest statesmanship. Our I lead era Say: l'< I 'III I ill II HI Xtltf* | To The Editor. The AdYorOIr— SIB. — I h a v e not been favourably Impressed by the content of the current series of articles entitled "Education Notes." Firstly because, from the tone of these "Notes" it. seems that the writer makes tfaMS* .Mivriso comments with "niitlice aforethought" and not as one, who had given great 00) tion to the matter, who had devoted much time lo the study of tinmsthods, scope nnd trends of Education in the modern world. Secondly because, as the writer vi'iy likely knows, the tJlrector and his Education staff are precluded by virtue ol their StStUI as Civil Bel t .lit.-. From freely defending the policy of government against lho>e who are front t<> make mischievous remarks on such policy. It is taken for granted that the community at large has confidence in Hie capacity of the head of the administration to discharge h I s duties with efficiency. It is also taken for granted that the community has contldtnes la the ability of its representatives In the House of Assembly to look after its (the community's) interests. Now the policy of Uuestton which at present obtains In this Island Is the policy of the Government—i.e. it has the approval both of the head of the administration and of the i cpresentatlves of the jH-oplc. Consequently the author f any adverse comment aimed al the present policy must avtosnaueaUy display a lack of COOfldsSKS in the gu\ eminent and tlie administrative chief. I. however. Incline to the view that the author of "Education Notts -utters not from any such l.uk ol oonAdWOOt but rather from ignorance of the subject upon whi I tends to speak with authority. I am sure that the "Notes" do not impress persons who have a knowledge of the worldwide progress in Education based on the principles which guide our Education officers in the formulating of a local policy. The "Notes" may, however, succeed In confusing those who for some reason or other might not have any knowledge of the prerequisites of such progress. To the author I would suggest UM following remedial treatment (lo to the public library. There yi u will find a good collection of books on the History of Education and the various methods of Education developed and practised over the years up to the present day. You will discover how these methods duveloped and what difficulties (and they are multitudinous) they seek to overcome. In addition you will find works on Educational Psychology which is playing an increasingly important role in modem education. When you would have studied but a few of these works you will begin to understand that the problem of Education in a changing world is vast and insuperable and that its solution, sven in regard to our local requirements, is not by any means within the limitations of your own presumably narrow perspective and even more diminutive store of knowledge of the subject. Yours faithfully, AMATEUR. Elvclricily Supplivn To The Editor. The Advocate— SIR.^Judglng by the following letter which appeared In the Timct of May tth the same difficulties which now beset the Barbados Electric Co., arc being experienced In England. 1 lord Brabazon. as always, Is frank and forthright In his state%  .'I his long experience In connection with electricity .supply entitles him to speak with authority A! the same time, it ought to be stated that the British Electricity Authority does not. a% he suggests, regard as abhorrent competition with coal or gas. On the contrary, it has proclaimed the principle that consumers should have frtcHom of choice in the use of the fuel and appliance most suited to their needs. Lord Brahazon says that electricity is both "dear and dellclent*\ Desmess must be considered wits regard to the prices of other cossmodities. With electrical plant costing three times as much as before the war, and With the cost of fuel, labour, and materials all very high. It ess hardly be expected that electricity prices can escape the consequences of such Increases. A* was stated in the 1951-52 anmial report of tSe Brit^h Electric"it> Authority, the average price fot electricity .void to domestic, commercial, and small power cohmimers was some 8 3 per cent below the pre-war price. This was only possible because cf ithe increased consumption < t electricity Prices have rkSW %  ttBMVrhSt since then, but the general comparison still holds good. If ..ver-all consumption is to be seriously curtailed Jhd the piai.i i ot usid !o its existing capaci'y, a substantial increase in the srlce of electricity will be un.i void able. In regard to deficiency of supply, this. too. is a relative matter Domestic consumers are consuming at least two-and-ahalf times the amount of electricity ihe> did before the war. and the general output is more than double. While electricity is not an abundant as we should like, the industry has n "***• to be ashamed of its achievements. With the general tenor of Lord Prabazon's letter most peoplr in the electricity supply industry v-:ll be in agreement" I think it will be read with interest by the Chamber of Commerce as it was written by Lord Citrine. Yours. JOHN CITIZEN. Commonwealth Trade Day THE West Indies are well represented at the British Industries Fair where Commonwealth Trade Day was celebrated last week. The day was marked by visits to the Commonwealth section of the Fair at Earl's Court, London, by Mr. Oliver Lyttelton. Secretary of State for the Colonies, Lord Salisbury. Secretary of State for Commonwealth Relations, and Mr. Peter Thorneycroft, President of the Board of Trade. The British West Indies occupied an impressive proportion of the section. They displayed their sugar, fruits, rum, cocoa, honey, the world-famous Sea Island cotton, and the attractive products of handcrafts such as basketwork and wood-carving, weaving, and embroidery. The Jamaican stand included an exhibit by the bauxite industry, the first time that this newly-developed industry had been staged by Jamaica as an individual exhibit. A feature of the Trinidad and Tobago stand was its magnificent display of anthurium lilies, which is now almost a tradition. As well as the famous Trinidad asphalt and other well-known products on this stand, two of the island's new industries were represented by displays of bottled lager beer and stapled boxes. On a neighbouring stand the attractions of Barbados as a tourist centre were displayed. These West Indian exhibits stood among the displays of the Commonwealth countries, of Nigeria, the Gold Coast, and Sierra Leone, of Hong Kong and Malaya, Malta and Cyprus—displays that gave an impresM\ i idea of the magnitude of the Commonwealth's production especially of raw materials. Representatives in bright national costumes lent added colour to some of the Mandt tn a broadcast on the eve of Commonwealth Trade Day, the President of the Board of Trade reminded listeners that the Commonwealth countries did one-third of ail the world's trade in 1951. I PLASTIC PROPELLING PENCILS LONG LEAD, SCRIPTO PENCILS, BREAK PROOF 18c. *aeh Mtnl4in t\S.A. ADVOCATE STATIONERY PAINT-UP The beet way you know howwith top quality branded PAINTS, ENAMELS, VARNISHES that guarantee long run economy! And that goes for Jobs ashore and afloat! C. S. PITCHER & Co. WHY NOT CONSERVE VALUABLE FOODT ID STERNE'S DEEP FIIEEZE PltlCE SI2.1.00 — AVAILABLE FROM STOCK — tOSWA y CO.. IIU. tlec. Mrpl. Cricket Balls Bats The game of games with equipment from our magnificent and low priced selection. Indian Cricket Balls from $2.02 and Knglish makes by Wisden, Lillywhite, etc. By Gunn & Moore, (.radidife, Denis Compton among others. Wickets r 0 5i,e and BraM Fer: i ruled and Shod .... @ *U.M Pads A. 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c mDNBUM] MAY 28. 152 BARBADOS ADVOCATE Common Pleas Suit Continues More Evidence Will Be Heard Today MOST of the evidence was being led for both the Plaintiffs and the defendant yesterday in the Court of Common Picas suit of Clement Gill. Joseph Dtakes. Arthur Broomes and Le Roy Branker against Lambert Martindale who are disputing the ownership of the Turf Club Spring Meeting ticket F—9374 of 1MB which won £500. Yesterday was the second day of the hearing of this case and the Chief Judge Sir Allan Cullymore who is presiding adjourned the case until today when the remainder of evidence will be taken and counsel will address the special jury which has been empanelled. Porter's Case Adjourned OBITUARY Mr. G.A. Brallwailr. J.P. If Mi rest%  Mi Ithwalto, J P \;t in PJV "•• '" %  > %  Charlie iitrnn^wn a porter of Chapman landing ilguri.In the community wiir, Jl Michael, i, charged by To .oung and old I, ... F pUcf wlth ">e unlawful qu.iiilai.ee ho M known as possession of three ba^s of ni.i.jif Cnuy" and he maintain was adjourned yeatrr.i., urbko woo turn Worship Mr E A. M;ieoJ. Police ">e alTr.lion 0( man) |< Matfstrate ... Diatri | A u m Juno l Counsel in the case U •!"*, K -„ W H rr "w foi H while Sgt Kmn ..i atbtd to Uw Afler In* early years ia*M on hi* own and iel up an establishment in Hottmck StrM. Ire was alw.y* The parties in the suit are all Police and charged with the from Bragg* Hill and both side* larceny of the ticket, are claiming they bought the He was never prevent in ticket from [leifield Taitt a ticket Brankcr's shop when Gill bought seller. Taitt said that he sold any ticket from Taitt, he said. tfctkttf from the particular book to Nor had he ever asked GUI for a both parties, but he does not share in any of his tickets. timcrnber who got the winning also said that he had never bough ticket. any ticket from Taitt at Branker'.. denied, too, his ever house and asking HOUSEWIVES complain tli.it eggan in short *oppl;. fbe larger •gg In the picture i a hem truing *ingU banded effort to wive the problem. This egit that weighs Just over four ounces was laved by a sis months' old LegDorn hen owned by Mr*. Enid MDllngton of Fifth Avenue, Hart's Oap. Of the plaintiff*, the Ucket was sho P* %  dually bought bv Gill, they are om lo Qm alleging, and the other three who him l aUow him to were present each contributed sixpence. "" %  gave evidence to Bfftsva ih.it Martindale had known the number of the ticket which he had bought and on hearing It had his ticket. Referring to the allegation that On the first dav of hearing Gill £ useU \. kwD a ^V," and Hi***" 13-UT" .K=. or uW nt well enough for all purposes, he said he used to sell ice and snowball but any writing which was involved In this connection was done by Marg| House Pay Tribute To Late Christopher Braithwaite. Ceiitr-.i in .M %  ~"" w ..*" -'" Hoi buck street, He was always e Bridgetown Hi..thrrhond in. chargo n i i i thai the .,ripi. Kin-h told the eoun vesier. ,., to itu St MlcJ day that ho a the gMeadaitt IMS and undo, I loading the trree bags irf in-nurr UlU Dl O'Noals and with th. on to a t UCA an I -,, |. Mpporl of lha n cua and a-ke.1 the oaxandani to weeltlj ha stood lot I %  OompjDJ hi" i Um Cantml 'he House 1 of Assembly an ts Hoaj ItiU c that Welch i Impj il .ii. St .Ing everyday. Here it was V%  tlmoot %  a v.itiv. u Hook but i II arttn hli now Dasnoci itit I bad bagiin 11"-ehusing am ini vu initrangtffi n %  kotn eV Mr. C. I I the "Bar;nid Mr. O A. 1 |lr.tHN. .iv ol UM nemocratir League rept faiths. The LeagtM won Ami it will ba racoUoetad record its profound sympathy at the prati-it! ot tne iate c !" '^^^ '^JJ: ho have lived a generation after Christopher Augustus Braithwaite member of the House of •* ..X^^ *ft I j *" '^^.""llo^riw Ammbly from 1924 to 1940 and that a copy of this resolu, wo-d.nh.sc.veS Before being ^^"^TS^^LS* tion be sent to his family. l*?t n to J l *?. Ho l ,u,] " *• %  ePn living contentedly un pioneer I Hi .*111%-i iila ken to Uwr Hosplial he was ceen In Harltab > Dr W H JohnBoni 1 ~ ^ Ver.ma Jackman (17) ... %  ho was "*."J""l.tin"7 t : h,ia,h*r Verona Jackman (17) of liintcn A. %  - %  t.OiUMl— fmmtv, St. Gr... living %  eglnii thought contentedly under of "the good days". In the M< in the Vesuuia.te. taken to the General Hoapiul after try he lhunen and written the names. Opposition. Mr. W. A. Crawford. Mr. F. K,. ot ^J*** 1 L !" r*" n baby was found in a 54-fogt --. Evidence Broufht When he went home ..JteV meetMr^V. B. Vaughan and Mr. the motion for the Rrso lutlot w „., 0[ MllJ „ u ^ rr|(ii|((>( 1( llMli;i| ,, ;(|l „, „ hl ,|, the distii>ie gatnerao now diaci i %  the war brounht tti unpredlctabl the now Lib! il full*' M ..,.^"",. !" '.-r~-."'^.;'." n u _r. ii,„.U.„..and hi. < %  : Vl\l ticket. the tickets thc^winning ticket WM Sanhwaita wi '" .-very sense of Churchwarden on thi The plalntltTs are represented bv about the third which had been , nc word us f ar a democratic ions. and acted in such -._,._. w /oC urk nirrT ,„ Mr. W. W. Reece. Q.C.. instructed looked at. repn-sent-lion in this Island was y only a week ago during; the M/'JftA HENRIETTA by Hutchlnson & Hanilcld SolidHe said that when he was arco £ cc| nru a pioneer. All of them absence Trom the island "" %  BR NGS MIXED CARGO tors. Martindale Is represented rested. he_ had made a statement co J^ rn S n( J P h u advaM Into lha V House of A-sembly 28 years ago, Evidence for Martindale had tag? Walker7 he had |OM bonw E. D. Mottley. nil <>t wfaotn Ud l"ine.l ^W*"^" to I* making good prugreM.' been that Blanker and Gill had immediately and found the others *poke In gl-wuiu Usrma of Mr the IIMIIUIV of Mr. lira.hwHit ,, u j||( i ()) hJl J>lckinjl| In convention with people said of his home in the sitting room. Eraithwaite's cntributlon to the e reierrco "' L ^ !" **u, nrf >a^ the mother of the child. thai the> had not had the winning The tickets were placed over his public life of the island 'n the HOW •' 1 ^" 1 ' The buby died some inlnutei ticket. He had also brought reputed wife's bedroom door. Moving the Resolution .f Svin•" •• Vestrymjii. und levaiirti ma. U (te>r it was udrnittHl to i %  evidence to prove his buying the When they had itarted looking at „,,*-. Mr, Adams said that Mr. he had Neiveu in the cap... n> Hospital. such a capae%  tatl :: BBt by Mr. D H. L. Ward instructed to Sergt. Elcock. by Messrs. Hayr.es & Grlfllth. He * ld hc hn Solicitors. lhe f nrailh %  troBfai dose of radical socialism. Mr ninth*..He lost his seal in the House ot Assembly In lu but the faith of his older supporters, the land owning anil business leeuon kept bint in Un until his denth HenInrtawi Hun Gale the present Churcharden. The Schooner Marea Hen lattl lyonc ^ successful in bearing the Mr. Goddard said "He was a (43 ,0,^, M n M i nto c .. , ,. x .,,,.,„,. wtT1 imbers of his ticketsjior f^J "J^re* and democracy 1 public spirited man. not only yt „ vrdmy mQ n.ing from St. Lucia and his worth recognised A Umbert Martindale. rockblaster d| d. he know the numbers hlnueir """ rba £ 03 K owod much to him In politics, but in the fle.d of under CBpt A j^,^ and bro )l{h (hf#„„,,., ChUKhwardan "" r oHeale and their colleagues *port "> winch he was %  .ways a ln 77 bunches „f fresh fruit, five pariah. In March this ,f 10 veirt or so ago who blazed lder. He was .. paal president bags of cocoanuts and 632 bags of was appointed Senior Guardian "he^th anS gJJi! rtalns? opposof the Bi.rb.dos Athletic Associrharcoa| 'P'" !" "? UcM Churchwarden Uion maao it possible for the ftlon. well _as^ ..prominent Snc iB ^^ til h( schnn„e r ol lha Pariah %  Bid he had tickets on the Spring ,nd Jj e ,low MaattDg; 1949. Margarette Watts, a young woman who lived at htm and to whom he had given the tickets to keep, told him that one of the tickets had won a consolation horse. Fanny Adams. He had bought all hit tickets from llellleld Taitt. a ticket selli that he was : prised when Walker told him he had heard he had the winning of ticket. His going to Jones to check to itton. sisair* j one5 ond ,,e Ls^rp^s^. S, ^gLttajrr-^i any cause which rcpr.sinUM by per' Next witness was the ticket sonjl other than those who until seller Bellleld Taitt who is by that day. either by accident of PJ— He could not i-cmember where trade „ painter He said that on hir(h or WO alth, were the rulers thought was right and w book „ r -hi. rnlony Car Catches Fire when he bought the ticket neewnber 24. 1M8. he sold 1 11 question. He had tiought all o{ tickeu in Series F—9570 to at various places and times. 9570. He sold Osw.iUi Miiyns <>i Strong lerswiality On the laat *ay o* lh# rgces of Castle Oraat onat Carrie Jordan "Mr. dr-iuiwaiie was a tiuin ol this particular maaliug. he was of the same district, at Brankcr's exceptionally strong person..my near home when he saw Prince Shop. Branker two, Clement Gill Mr. Adams sjici, "ana of necessity Walker ilxing his car. Walker two. Drakes one and on leaving spoke to him and told him he had there he saw Martindale and sold heard from the boys of the dlshim the last ticket. He said the trict that he had the ticket which fact that it was Christmas ev won Fanny Adams and he told helped him to remember to whom him he had not looked at his he sold these tickets. He did not tickets up to then Kn^w who had ot lhe winn "" On going home he told Margar&* %  £•*• ..__ %  „ o„o Wait ta* at th. U CKS Wh,U ^'^-'^Z „ : had bought known to lay down the cudgelCii-tMile politic %  he t.iok an interest In games of all kinds .nd ,fj i,-ti-%  and wie tin' foundei .mi' only President nf lb-' Kmpire lull The upholstery and re.r tyres He was also I'M .f motor cr M-2642 were burnt Athh-l v %  %  • %  ;• %  %  ; when the c. r cught Jlre along ^f^lfSMiSA nnancial hold on Uw lOd cluck with the newspaper he ,, had brought home. Wutts told him llc ^ 1 1 ^''V" her findings and gave him the ticket. Identification He remembered that when he brought home this ticket in question he had told her to write hes name, another relative's and his he had clashes Borne of his friends, and even with his enemies". Mr. Adams said he could truely say from the bottom of his heart lo.t Mr. Urailhwaitc and himself had a clash, and it had never altered his respect for him. Mr. Adams recalled that Mr. Braithwalta was one of the foundrtOfTOHlTl Lone Service Belle Gully Road, St. Michael, at 'J^S '"' Mr. W. A Crawford said he abort ll. p m mi Monday. It }?**." "' regarde on 'k She had ncr .t" P *" CI fact that ho had also given so p.C. Griffith, one ol their outted that Ihey should hold him n had ^^Jhor'^^"^ """W **•" of ,erv,c Vc5_ ;andin Barbadian ^". '" then, when hor b / ,he ^ n ^ ^ tryman to the parochial life of at present representing the colony took a pen from him and wrote Counlxy ^ m the Windward Isla,.LCork Cup lhe names in bdt.no thmedfgj^ Mi gj, tM |, aM , Tournament now taking place in oborated Martindale s eMdenc ^ of Uwm wou|d hAVP s Lucla> known him. only ... child Cork Cup I-inoK kiuw hit Ulher. but he waa Col. James said that he Is hoping sure thai ever>on* of them to return home to see the finals remember, perof these games. St. Lucia Has Started A Yacht Club — 25 Members ST. MJCIA has just started a yacht club with 0 membcrsJvp of 25 which is increasing daily, Col. Eric .lames, liie culuny's Chief of Polic now here for a short holiday told the Advocate yesterday. Ilsaid that they have a small Committee ineludinn Mr. Frank Barnard as Commodore. Mr. Bell, Secretary and himself as Vice Commodore. They have already ret-eiyi-d a,!vice and assistance from the Barbados and Trinidad Yacht Clubs and have decided to adopt the tornado class as their standard boat. Ilefcmng lo the Police Force he unrest were a verj N,,r wai Mr nr.ithwjtitr's i" teresls contlned to pohlirs nndthat , „ m(W iMnt U the Barbadians did extremely !IKI)II(| tour of du1> m st Cue NOTICE Wi ho ,,!,(. : in h.ii %  %  k ing on liir.dn 27th May Wrdnmdav, ZSlh May TliumUr, 2Mlh May. Our Dispensing Departii'ut will, howavor, (%  >i>*-ri i>r Prescriptions only, Bruce Wralhrrkr.d Ltd 27..' I 1.ilunliH d well. He heard nothing more of it until the following morning when he saw Bethell who informed him ^s To "Martindale's asking her to he could not pay him the recheck hc tfefcafj W ith the newsmainder of the money as other !" pe r ader the lasl day of the people were claiming lhe ownerraces ship of the ticket. Cross-exan Later he arrested by the lined she %  On puge 7. would haps 1 noiv than any other l^**VWVU*#*..',V**.v^^ ,-,',*,-,',-,*,*-*,',','^*-'-*^*'.***'*'*'*''*''''''''''' v ''v ;: s I CARPETS I ENCHANTING PATTERNS • EXCELLENT QUALITY He came out a year .go on a threevcr contract at the expiroUon .if which he will probably r.-'um U Kr ,;i..n| \ A 10., i/ni. PACE FIVE "nd Martini %  Todurrd by Martini A Torino IS 5/($12.00) 111 1 0111 PRICE TO \m iv o\i v $7.20ea. TM> bargain obtainable only from HARRISON'S Dial 2352 Broad Street



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o \mv i\ k %  J Ml l>M D\Y. II \Y 2". 1' WHERE PARATROOPERS NOW GUARD RED PRISONERS BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE SEVf N 1 \ •ail AS DEIIAN1 HO WA. PRISONHS ,h,„tcnccl „,„ oulbrrrti o. Ko| l.t.nd. .n American .l.borr* l-rce n moved In lo bnlilcr the tightened luard over In. rebel CnimunUU In the picture ibDve, Red I'oWi .re •nown uiins iplked-tlpped tent pole, tor r.epon ar Ihe, detlai.llj h.ujli up on bayonet drill in a lot further tioiible. Shortli b,l„„ arrival ot the XI. S M7th Airborne Inlnnlr, Retimenl. Brl E Oen lla.dsn Ko|i commander Mid: • T lieyll soon leain who li I. ,i,onal Soundpliolol B -tr.. j. i Indians— Essex St. Lucia Score Match Drawn il'mm OH On CVfBfMlMHl LONDON, M "'"•; a h with "I adi.nv;,. Ill,,,,, Uukiv. A powferful " [ %  :. ikar and Minjrkar wh„ put Sffi Essex did match drawn. Glamorgan 361 ami i Somantt lira nut II (,. DtarMd N diniriilt .met 2l r,„ I. Slriihensin 114 SLfLEyj Ken, „,„c h KM and 330 %  %  ^ % %  L h V"' k ''' "~ %  KurMllo Millo" I %  -,-. ml&m for tl.i/rr /'/ the match, Essex who Is being com the England team, hurl the third . I % % %  ... fr Ihe Test In Ihe county UN I honours went to %  L H fl rrlon rJ?f*& ?Sf I. to 'die LeJcesu-. So V, '" .""•'; *** Han* Jackson who took four I 30. and Walsh, four ft W. NWl|" ' & '*" "'.! ounl ol eri In Middlesex being dismissed '*["^ lionilas And l hip/Htrays Heal ll.C. And Police 478—9 Against Dominica ST. LUCIA, Bay 27. The second match In the Windward Islands' Cork Cup Cricket pened on Monday, Si. raw Dominica. St. Lucia battfid all day today to amass the huge tola! of 478 urns toe 9 wickets, Griffith raka|ng (IK century by two runs. St. Lucia's overnight score of 178 for one wait increased by -ix runs when the second wicket MI DatervWi K oing out in the second Qrffjr for 83, and the thin) wldDM f.il at 197. Angler being caught at 64. Lunchtime score was 264 for 3. Griffith 36, Drysdak*41. On resumption. Drysd.il,. h „t "ut without adding to his total Ir-atim.. score was 364 for 4 Cose or piny 478 for 8. %  % %  %  11-', ,-.'. %  83. Auguer 64. Drysdale 41. Phillips 39, including 4 sixes and 2 fours in 19 minutes, Joseph 29 19, Dr Clarke (Capt.) 2. Elhrk not out 17. Sthclinc not •>ut 39. Fall of wickets 1—57. 2—184 3—197. 4—27S. 5—319. 0—387* 7—399. 8—414, 9—463. The weather was fine and the crowd was the largest are* to 'he games. S> from pair 3 A Colonial Pol inMedal Gallantry is awarded to L/Cpl. Pilus bin Slnong, aged 23. of tho %  %  li of Malaya Police Force for his part in the engagement in tin Reiig.1111 .,,,,, ,.< .Inhnre ml Xovrnilxr 23. PUug shot and killed a bandit %  entry, and led n charge Into 'he bandit camp, throw-in* a grenade wtiicti proMbU kiiu-a another bandit. For bravery during the Fiji hut i.eanc last J a n u ,. i >. l.omn.i I>..kui,iv<*:i. 3l>. ., •.nd metcorologu.il -MM, int. H Yasawa-1-Raia. Km. is aw.tided •he Mrili.l, Eiiipiie M. da] During the storm, DakunlVOM extracatl d .mil repaired a transmitting set from a wrecked hut id his exposed hill mete..' station, iiftalh.l || in the OM .emnintng house wher,. the rest >l ihf vuKaaai bad I.I. %  %  ..mi was able to resume reporting lo the Important central ereatTtCf i (lice at Nadi, rivals .,11 through The '" %  ,' %  %  1 H goal scorers were '.wo goals, Kogers, two lag 107 nut „ui to t-rlng g" %  %  *' ftatchtr, one goal. victory by seven wickets. ihe other match. Police was 7- by u,, Whipporays % %  di Whip] irayi bad i I"'" "' Ihe gume. the six games, followed I Meree u/ag Mi. A. Clarke. S n 4 games and Yoi In 4. York; hue li... i I i it brsi mnlngi i i nek i. S. African ISxiion Secretary F^reed .OWN, South Africa. May 27. ni workers union secrcBmil Sachs whose mat runs. Yorkshire 385 fo 'f widespead rioting was rleaaad In STUO bail Tuesday 6 for 79. condition tn.,: be .ittcnds no i. i hire beat Notts b Innings and n was his second appearance MS for 9 dcclai Bupranv Court In two dayi 195. Poole || not out, Hilton I |*S of violating the sup87. Ait by Banpahlre b • i^ht twiOS defying the Government wicket*. S :i.r ;i;iin-t public speaking and Shackletoii 5 for 70, H its order to give) up his union 300 and 93 for 2. with the shire by 169 runs. Worce torshlrfl return to work of striking mem274 an.! Q urnunt Winkers 210 and 151. HitchI i U i when be was cock J3, Perks 4 for 37. Leicester beat Middlesex by speech, || 0 was released on ball. seven v.i %  another speech 216. Bdrich 1 u tested.— I.F. Common Pleas • From Page 3 had put the ticket in her pocket bag. About 26 tickets were in the bag and about 18 had ihe names written On them. She -aid that iken bat a burly long time lo go through the tickets mi the last night of the races as ahe went through all. thai M.niiiidale leit the house with the newspaper and the ticket. She saw when he relumed later that night with the newspaper and the ticket. It had taken her about three to lour hours to find the winning ticket. Wh.n she WTOta the names on the Ucket her aunt, grandmother, her brother and Martindale were present. She denied writing the names only on the last night of the races. Harold Trot man, a cabinet maker of Braggs Hill, said that 00 March 12. 1949. between 9 and 12 he was at Ilranker's shop reading a new -paper when someone came in and began talking about the winning ticket mil lirankcr said be did not have h* Another Taltt, Stanley Taitt of Horte Hill gave evidence of his having heard Gill say he did not have the winning ticket. The case continues today. WHAT'S ON TODAY Court i of API'.CAI and Petty Debt—10 in. Court of Common Pleas—10.30 a.m. Basket Ball. Second Division at Harrison Collage, DU trtct A and Modern HIRII School at (too p.m. PreaanUUon of Medals at Dl* trlct A 5 00 p m. •Twelfth Night" at Parry-Colendge School—5.00 p.m. Recipes Readers of the Bitbado"Advocate" are asked to send la recipes lor paolieatlon. These recipes will be publish ed over a period of oue month after which time a poll will bt held and contrlbntors will be asked to decide the best recipe of the month The win nor will be awarded %  prise Each entry most be accom panted by the following coupon. TO: THE WOMEN'S EDITOR ADVOCATE. NAME: ADDRESS: RECIPE NAME: I'M AM .\TK XIJW M.OSIM. HATE WIN $40.00 Here Is a simple Cross Word punlr which ran help JOD to Wan $40.00 for only one shilling. Al the same time you will be dot ni: your hit to help send Barbados' sole Olympic hope to Helsinki nexi July. Enter now and lr> yoar skill Kiri.l > 1 Thr first corrrtt solution opened by the Editor will win the prlir. 2. In the event of there belnc ro correct solution the one t iiiriiiilns the least errors which is opened first by the Editor u.ll ni the prise. HORIZONTAL 1—Performs. 9—Lucky i 10-Whs WJI Msitd f, temple la Jerusalem? 14—Clock face. IS—Papal veil. II H—Hear. 18—i),M,lom of lime. > nc piece. 12—Printer's measure. M— In what sea weie Pharaoh's chariots and host drowned? ~Rittcr SS— Dry. as wine. 17—Careulvo touch. -Predatory birds p— Preclude^ |3—Skids to the side. -Eccentric wheel-part. -Forays %  gjabwaj has the si bit. H— B -I : motional lanL£la?kbird. \; .., • t-fore. SB-S&k. 7l-What peoples had dwelt in Ar prior to the land being given to tho children of Lot? 73—Musician's baton. 75-Spikenard. 7ft—Country roads. T7—Curved molding. VtJtTICAL 1-Jc.ish month. Qu M 3 Symbol for tantalum. 4— Cunning. 5—Flics aloft. r,-Wanders from truth. 7-l)uct %  —Street railway (abbr> 9-A border city la the land of Judah What place were Joshus'l %  \2— inner lining of the iris. t.-nli.-'l soason. l—Ijmpieyt. %  %  trust 36—IJesctS'iants o! stie:n. I letter 3—Tiny. 30—Split pulse. 31-College cheer. -Of the moon. %  38—Who is the reputed author of .he Psalms? 37—Dubious. 39—Tibetan gaielle. 40—Bronze money. 43-Who owned the field In which Abraham was buried Entrance fee of one shilling (1/-) must be enclosed with each solution along with name and address on the coupon printed below. Any entrr which b not accompanied by the entrance fee i'l be irniii'di.iifl> destroyed. All entrants for this competition agree to abide by the derision of Ihe Editor of the Barbados Advocate. The rompelillon will be closed on Friday, 30th May. at 4 p.m. All rnvrlopc* must be clearly marked CRUSH WORD IT//I K COMPETITION and addressed to thEditor, the Barbados Advocate. 34 Broad Street. The name of the winner will be published In the Sanday Advocate of in 51—Shoshonean Indian. 63-Knob. 53—Observed. 05— In addition 55—Spirit of the air. Tranagraaeteei 56—Asparagus 67—How many mites did tl 57—To what were the breastulates of the 1 u beredt M—Stupor. 00—Cllmax. 02—Serf. waiting for— REVLON! Lipstick — all shades Nail Polish —frosted and plain REVLON! Cuticle Remover Velvet Remover Call or telephone early for yours HM. HN.AKTY (B'DOS) LTD. TAKt HOME A BO Till TODAY* Si < rO 2 < o 2 NQ1A3H M01A3U NOlAStJ Special Cash Offer for this Week t.Al.VAMSrii COBaVGATBD SIIKKTS 21 0MH v li f... 7 ft, K ft, l,.., K KM, $I.M'. $7.M |l.r Shrrl rt fiauiir x X fl.. 9 fl„ 10 ft ln u S.V6H: HLMg $7.00 prr Shpol oALVruassD saws can IS inn. wide x (I II. long ill (12.82 each GALVANISED \.\ll.s |7e, pat lb. uriiiiniiiiu ROOTING:— in H..IN :i li. v i.l.\ H ft. hmg ut siii.iiu pM it..ll BARBADOS HARDWARE CO. LTD. No. Ill SMUII SI. IMIUIHS: llllli, 2109, 3534 SEMTfcX uiotfi6 Q/ JJisfiNefwti f W.MfttL 47-llXpen. H rorrld. 49— Ocean. i:\vitu: PRMKKns TO I:\H\IM ron FMNLANB FUtm F.ntrit led or deliveredI t o t he "Ad vorale ^ tHl nn ^v" "r^^ Y'^JT. ^^S t Sf T



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PAf.F ix T louse InsuraiK BARBADOS ADvOCATT WEDNESDAY MAY j. is.',.' Pass 21 KILLED IN Kill < OLLISIOIS House Pav Tribute 0 |"r"tii I'ic 1 i %  lured, Clame 1 !" makei %  I tilled. %  it.t I ft n of thh clause would nfTeet very much tiio %  mall cur owner who happened TO be involved In B collision. Then' as where the clause did not eow the entire, liability, he nid. Ad m bU opinion -i created %  lt ol hardship. Mr. O. H. Adam* intoMr. Talma thai the sum involved depended en wbom the vaUde ""lit .ruck. If the ear had murk n man ol tome meat.: Ad he -nod for £5,000the tnaxjrI Company might h TOKYO. May 77 I'tilted state* Na\y head# rises Pee* i laid 24 South Korean liarDadtan who served UU were killed and 21 inu Juac and e U. Mr. UrathHirad l"t Wednesday whan m' .iia in. isjkmisc Aipi ParbMoa o—t an**** i Spun. • %  EknpW. GIMM, iu Korean waters, he two hipB were steamim: :\> HI i*l ion in Uudarkn •n the >imiei was given % %  jrse. The Apriek i NOIKI; Whan your BACK ACHES... r'or all ir hi if nhw* ( |o i ifront of the Barker which reUncharged efficient!* .i.ainea but nol in time through the year*. avoid the collision which ocHe said that it was largely due irred at 930 p.m. to his activities in the local govI II.M al C. Turner Joy theu eroment system of Barbados that ,'onimandor of Naval Forces In those bodies began* to pay attenFar Cast expressed his uon to the poor and no. ..oarl-felt sympathy 'v th e Re,, lir m idat". %  iblle of Korea Wavy Mr. Crawford —* r !li mthwnite . : %  I,. ppeai tnough this i going t majw .i loi i>f mom I I were gome* to i*.raada, I ment shot I felt thai certain 'lno> pwnan frar* goine In iQcre.Mtbeiifares. A I linn Mr. K li. Mapp (LI said Hi ha too tliyught Mi T.i 1 mil ban rair.I a KIKRI polnl in I 11, much. It m notapanj would have to pay moro and then; reeovar it from the car owner. ii. |fl that if (or ii man of sku m an accident and he Ml pendent.-: i %  I of, i did iiu' fjM why tha IO:ITI siit.ul I :> %  i. e than tba nun *h<> *i worki'itf for *8u a month. He xakl that Government should mnk %  limn : the Mm which t> %  insurance ainpany could elalin from tho car owner illed tha* Mr. of the foundera and the moving spirit of the old Democratic League which lid so much to blaze the trail for political progress m the colony. He was also one of the moving spirits in the St. IssChaat'i IliothiAN FRANC IS* ii May 2T i-rhond which did such splendid finiaalkinr Union ol LhaPacutc *oc!al service to the colon rL turned then |UL> work mi-eltnaliv vears ago. and in that H into .. full fleUged ^tru(e sohere—he aim rendered s most fsunst Uit P^>iUc Coast Shipping -Ignlflcant rontribution Sailor* 9 Union Strike In U.S. No HVpresentation day to back demands for wage ,iaJ overtime at sea 'larry LundU>r>g, head of uu rbo .niiiomiced the strife w forj recalM -t i.ignt -aid mwnbert. voted for Lappcni'd that when Mr liraiUi3.30i) iu 07 waito came to the House of As* ip sli.ps manned Oly as a member, the massvi i, tinunion at all United States '.hipeople were without repro^orts. but its effects were fait tematlon of any sort in the legi the Pacific coast Ships mLalurc and said that largely by .>f Ua House adjourn in order %  nd half acres „f m-i hj m embers mlRht pay their last '<; %  %  "" (Mp e*ts to the pawing of Mr. I.I. i-iurred atLascches PlantaRr^uhwnit,. I on. St. Jamas, at about 7.15 p.m., HralUlwnl • u Monday. They are the property Mr Adams said that Jiiy mem< l P. G. Seales of Goodland, Christ bars who desired to attend the nurch, and were insured. funeral were at liberty to do so. Another lire at Enterprise, but duo to procure of Guvern( hriat Church, burnt 50 holes of monl business, he could iu>t ad•eCOBd crop latoona, property of journ the House until nexi week. larflald Holder of Uie same He waa quite prepered lu adjourn ddress. The ratoona wore not for ftva minuter as a further mark iiKured, o| respect. GOVERNMENT NOTICES HOMi ilF .SKNIUk ill M. Ill NOBIC MVAMMBNI or MHIII Al. SERVKtArmy Gliders Abolished MOpg are to %  rooche i belween Iha w. %  the J l DO I i %  II %  carry n$ bat 1 mltod ipacos and lm| i .it the uie ui paratroops. Tramln': of wilder pilots baa %  ed. 11 Drown FORMOSA. Argi nuna. May 2 pre ii'"-u i Tuesday when %  lauoofa 35 p'ssengvrj. capsized in th Parana Rive. Twenty-four pa sfngei were saved by the Maritime Prefecture launch searchiiu lbs i LV0I III tha I .i ly moiiuti; The launch WSJ tarrying pirBMgVn to ihe steamer Cludad df Corrienles anchored in mldStresm due t" lOW watei in llu port here The launch was apparently causjht In %  %  .vhirlpool. tfuayan political vXllei hound rot Buenos Aires. Applications are invited for the pensionable post of Senior Health Nurse, Department of Medical Services. Salary wUl be on the scale of 31,200 X 72 31.440 per annum. In addiUon. a temporary non-pensionable cost of living allowance will be payable In accordance with approved rates. Ciiiforin is provided. Th* appointment will be on two yean.' probation and subject to Hie solveteu applicant being passed us medically III for employment in tho Public ieivico. The successful applicant will be posted to the Health Centre, Spcighlstown, in the first instance where furnished quarters are provided and will be subject to transfer to any Public Health area in tho Colony. ...._ Applicants must be registered nurses and midwives and hold Ul* C rtislcata of the Royal Sanitary Institute for Health Visitors and Scho J Nurses. unlacants -liould present in writing a full curriculum vitac to iK.-.te afe. euucatlonal quaUncatlons and experience. ivppucatioid shouid be addressed to the Colonial Secretary. Public Itutiuiugs, Bridgetown to reach his office not later than 31st May. INK, 24.5.52.—lln. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Vacsusioa in the Elementary Teaching Service Applications era Invited from teachers (women) with at least 10 years' teaching experience for the Headships of the following schools: — Eagle Hall Junior School—St. Michael St. Patrick's Girls' School—Christ Church. The minimum professional qualification required is the Certificate A of the Department or exemption therefrom. Salary will be in accordance with the Government Scale for Head Teachers in Grade I Elementary Schools. Candidates who have already submitted application forms in reject of previous vacancies (now tilled) may apply by letter, accompanied by a recent tesumonlal. All other candidates should mske application on the appropriate form which may bo obtained from the Department of Education. All applications must be enclosed in envelopes marked "Appointmenu Board" in the top left hand corner uid must reach the Department of Education by Saturday, 31st May, 1952. Candidates are warned that canvassing may lead to their du'jua nitration. 10th May. 1952. 9.2.52—7r I kety fresh all day... I use UU BUOY TOILET SOAP .Stay licsh all da; loaf—ju%t use LifclH vns*S. [uidec] psyou fresh now, and stay freth al) the i TOR PERSONAL FRISHNESS ALWAYS lime to relax—made perfect by your enjoyment of i.ivouiltiradio programmes oroutht to you by private line direct from our studios, with the B.B.C. and New York. No interference o* tuning' WITH relax REDIFFUSI0N FOH ll I II II IISIIMM. HEAR IT AT TRAFALGAR STREET. J DURABILITY and ECONOMY combined in the new G.E.C. ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR CITY GARAGE TRADING CO., LTD. 1 VICTORIA STREET aJ.



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PAGE EIGHT RAKBATHT* ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY. MAT M. 1M? CLASSIFIED ADS p,,,>Lir w !" roi .M.UN S...\ TKLCntONC ISO* DIED MH, Field* Her funeral took x Church Mm IMM Archibald Mil. iHti Ran i 'PUtmt name l-.d'grandM ft U NUUll .Mrirltl Ti.c n m. Gap. Martiod.lau aaaieia JB P IH tO-0' Weeibur. tm-t. r •< %  are ...k#J l.> .attend Own and lr> Mrrrltt 'deuaiMleia' Eleaha. Small ._ her late residence Somol Gap, Wrat bt r. He-d at SO |. in t.-dar lot the VMltoj Cetnetery Friend. i% %  >M to atteead Mi Mn Ir.nlse Hall THANKS ln The family of the laic Brute Thomas bra through (himedium In morn thanks to all those kir d frtervdJ who Mnl Mn of ror.delenee. or In an* war eapte—Ml i.iti pain, in their recent bercevsmenl. IT ft M In %  IH< VIIOVVI • HRlBT ( HI kill lalKI rUI'SUATIIIN %  ^ lllll.l IWTHAHCK EXAMINATION. lft_ Applications IOC entry to Ihe School U MI he ,..-.!• .j, September 1.T __ lot... Ihe arturol on MondaysFridait, • .*> a m. and IN p m Applicant, nul be beta..,:, | •'I I year, and II year*. 6 monltV l.t of KrptMfibcr. Iftft) The entrance r* mm nation will be bald at Id* School on Fndev. IJlh Jimr, IBM. at *.M a m Theie will be no accommodation al the School for Parents oi Guardians on that day. Application form, mu.l ba UM lli.>uii.i-i!r.:. mn ]..i. i Uian ripiai SSUl May. IBM II 9 M-4n nuar CHI BUM I.IKI.h till MH I I..-. -4 I raaadallaa atrkelarahle. Thr re will ba oria 0* im-:r vaiaiKlai lot Foundation Scholar* at the Chriel Church Girli* Foundation School In An ataaerii nation will ba hold a| E "" Malona. at Harris..-i College, ami n he irliminl to him toateUv-r wttti a I* nr Baptiuik.il CVrUAcdftt not liter I 3 0* p.in on Friday 30th May, IBU Candidate, moat ball' Thr Children of pailahoner* CbrftM Cl.ureh who ara In a* aliened circumstances >1> Bar t ween tha aaa ol |0 and It Inclusive on tha day of t illation, i a 13th June. IKS] DEM MAUONK, Hecieiao •Trcaiuici. i...\.r..t,!*•">' Ch Ch GUIC foundation Schtxi IM.** < %  t OH KALE NOTrCK I (Hr I Sl.l. betv.ee. lha eg-e o. ._ _..„ „ lwl „ In narbadoa ara roo,..e,i,d to call at ti AroawlCBn Conauk.ta Iran J,. 1M, hn SalacUva ffWiviaa nV[iiratia. indaa tl^ Cnivaraal Military Trimi-i AUTOMOTIVE CAR .*! %  %  aiiai-ifji CAB. Morn. I 1MT modal MM nulaa in fod ordar ApplJ B. Olll. Waurafoid St Michael J ft M -*. %  : % %  '. :•* %  modal. 1 nr tyraa. n**a ..pholalcT). low mile.Ir Oa/nur dnvrn l.ica fta-7J J St Hill. TWaadMd* Road Pi.l 4MX1 H ft In All mala cn.iar,. of the ITnltad Slaw, Wftf> attain tha aga ol II July S !• %  *. a..11 l CARFord PnftKt Uta Ifttaf modal I.I :.ni laodition good Uilaafa uadaa "c-i"" *" —'-... r ssnr 1(40 rord Prafa-t T.#a mile, nt (ondlUon II aw.to Ifiotia nnlnCS KIM Miria I hp 4 door .odel Moult Olfoid 13*00 rnlla-. iwnpr dinar, and in excellent condi i on pM Moral Oar Mia Ltd Talrpntw<' *0* 11 ft U--4n .•iOTICE PAtUftMl oi -i mum Mil h vnotrt ',; oar .1 Ejihlblllon tenable .1 Q,,-,will ba raralvrd b ftha ..i.der-.Bi r-l „-. IJ I p m on Thursday 20th Mav. |*u rSsessx JT'si.s^iv.'sr^c;;' and muat not ba laai than • yaan i.or ntora than ll nan Ol ae on tha Ino Saptarr.Ue. Itftff. tn ba pro % ad by a boptlim-i certlfl,ale wh|ek %  I %  poay the jppllCBUon Form, of app.lcMftat. can ba oblali.ad ai lha Parochial .'HOT CAR In excaUOfit condltlcai .-,.' diivan May ba acan al [. F.i 1 *.rr.ey. Garaga CaU ••. St ft w-dn ELECTRICAL FRKllDAIRE. -Waallnshduaa in lak .orklni ordar Ulal 0* Tampro Ckrc rwal !*: %  •* 3r I'VL IO\UIO Model WG Eacall. i-ondlUon Vary Itttla uaad Praeticall^ M* Pho— IM m 9 fin REJ-RlornATtHtfall | Ht Q.l.g. RadTftfarator f I I. i % %  % %  • %  % % %  %  CHU-'KS New Hun .unhirat. Plymout truck. While Giant. Dial 4JSB %  tiit-Bi MISCELLANEOUS fllaoa. Chi Watartoloura. Early book.. Map*. Auto rapha ate. at Uonliura. AotUjuo Shop • .ijoinliiK Royal Yacbt Club I (w i I r. I'.FNIlitWDOO MIXTURI %  *!>• il lorn, which btindi a dod to hi. boat Suitable for doda Of Oil II broadPricaa faV. and II 00 Knight'. Ltd. US M Jn iiii..'.i; i ,M I .....ll. I II Hoabuck SI Dl Ml,, (XltEAlA I'tni, Flake. Mnaddad Whaal, All Bran. Oat PUVa. Ir. Tina and Lara Taptocu W M Potd, Jft Hoabuck •ft Dial **- •*-* %  ROVS lOI'NDATION -( HOOI. Faaadallea <•< n. received b> lha Clerk of tha Vaatry up to 11 noon oa Wedneaday. SaHh May Itfta Candldataa muat ba tha daugMan ... pOlidhlonan in atraitanad cUruua.tai.cei and muat not be. leaf, than t not moie IhAn II >rara of age on the 2nd Sep. loraber ItU, to ba proved by a Baptism* CaMIFaTBI Ai.mt i I i i in. BANK ACT. B_ a the tredltan balffni apaataUy llaaa .. loan ol *inoo under lha provtaaona of the above Ait agairiat tha aald Planlaliono In reapact of ihe Agruultuial • IBM to 1053 No money has been borrowed under lha Agricultural Aida Act, IM* or t above Ad l OF it FFIIII JO) Parochial Ttaaa.rrr Office a be cloaed M from Mai Wlh to Juna > both days inclualve Signed a 8 OORllLN. Pariichlal Trearurer. St jvt, : ar^L ESTATE BUNGAUVK Stonewall Baaiga,. known a* Banyan Berh. Brightan. Bl-k Rock. Sar.1 Michael. ,th M.IM aq.^.a at of land I Tha -tar.--. .id for .'Cir-petllinn at .me. gtreat. Bat Trida. 0th June al I "WII.TBHIMK PUAMTATlOhl'' dwaJlmghouae WHITE HAVEN all In Ml Philip trh .bout m acre Mad made .ip a* follow. 108 a. • grata. Ti bgni | B1I.TMORT. run Village St J.mei a aa Three Biilr n pt.il. Dining and Urawing roomBlactrkclty. running water ir. each room Oarage, and aaivanl • room DMI 01MIT ft J tana December mcluatv. bull, I r.. i bacaa. Togrlhe. aharea In Three Houaea ii.'" ks ..ill-" With I 70 lory Limited Thone Mr 2aX Tha up to public i roparty compatition for bidder beyond tha Bparaaaed value ..t 1 i m on, Friday tha Mh day of June 1W.J A our Offica For lurtraer gairtlcular< md condttton. ol aal. appay to lha under Mgned < AHRlNGToN UALV. Lien Street U ft U 13i THIS ATTRACJIV! IIOMI badroom ior iwo hedrooroa and dan RUNOAI/1W ..I IbMaO and concrete con atructi'm Combined forty feet livinal %  oom and gallery. lull> cupboar'W cadar lined double bedroom %  loaata AlU— tivrl> laid out gaide. tree* and ample room lot vegrtablaa Oar.ige witb braaysawa) to I i. lha l-.-a.ri. I. e-o.it. .> fkaBgaMaJll Hlaaaad -IIS... eaa. icarh al aaaJn read al Wartkiu. i.lie, ..... il.aoa Pb. a**: AUCTION UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER BY MbSaTVMI %  rt 11 wtD pall o> TI. Had Uth 'It chattel llmia S m the text, bK-ate.1 al corner Of Ughlfoota OvatJ L_iiBad Chapni-oStreet Spot can be rented Term. c.iWi Sate al 1 p m. VINCENT GIIIFF1TH. I • OaUoB BrftSgetown Ijiile 00 PftMMie au yg i ftm—jj, 'V -Bait OH or M4I i Hill, I'nlurnlahod R atanrtl Phone in •>! • f n PT.AT FULLY FUBJfualDaaO. In Gnu II ,-e Balmoral Gap rlaatlnra Dial IT*. 11 ft s CLJBfSBAPayne* Bay rnrnlahed ... -ilumlthod. gallary. drawing and dlalng tooma s badroawna twlth lunnmg water in It. kitchen, toilet and De-h ilnuaat Al Clapham, oppoatu tha V St Michael Phone IMI ft ft! -Jr. A.> tUH XCfSMK .\TN FASHION BOOKS UwaBfl To help with your asta-ina pi now offer thr lateat French FaahL Book, ilyle. for Mid Rred Street TAKE NOTICE DINACRIN l WlNTHJUlp FBimi'CUl DTC.. a %  x.taon mao.red and ealatlna aapgar .a*. of the aute of DaMaaaara, led BtahH ol America Hi — trade or buun---. addica. la I4B0 %  oMOgy. Maw York. New Torb United Btatea or Amarka. haa applied lor the eBjtraUaw of a trade mark m p-.t A of Begietai m reaaact at matdltfeiBI ">d phanuaceularal praparellawa*. and a-lli be anutbrd to regular the ami ifter one month from the Jain da> ol 4... IMI .nleea •ante peraon Uiall in the Ita. ntlmr glva natlre in duptarwtV to M il my oaVe ol oatpoMUon of .n rear. • traitor. The tiade mark can be (awn ... appllraUaai at ma ofkaaa. Dated tbli ISth da of May ISM H TTtl llnfctS Regtatf.. c< Ttada Mark. K> i It—in SHIPPING NOTICES ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. -tit IM. FBOM i am, tUTTlCA igth Mar ISBt % %  a NaCarroat, Mtn May itat •J a BOMAIRE. 1Mb Juna. ISM M a •nUlPOR. I7th June. ISM TAKE NOTICE BI8MAG Thai INTEBNATIONA1. CrlEMBTAI COMPAMY irMTTTD a BrtUOh Coeopan> Manufa.lining Chetniatl whoea Uade t Dualnru addiaaa i. The Factory Brayayaigrra fat Dnminara. Antgiia. Vontaarrat. Nevit and P Kltu. taaBI foe M.V -C*. accept Canto and Dominica, AulM>a. Nan* and at Kim urday Tth Juno. IMI BW4. 1CBOJMI OWNtBS.Hiwitnov tDfC-l %  ".Han — teir o. tatl HARRISON LINE OOTWAftD PmOM THE rJTfflTVD KINQDOH ...ken IN-ntal Plale can be r paired Ba wuv balance yaui budgi I Of living ii high remember •tltch III t %  .. %  -..; Dental Lab L'ppr, Reed Rtreal M ft B* Ii 17 ft M Bn UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER on Thuraday JOth by order ol the Mlaaaa ShUitone we will all tliali fair. tuture at LaurLaton" Strathcliile which Include. Ckl"Moti Dm11 K Table Screwi. Couch. Orn-nient Table, China I..U-. P.M(M ill iii Mahogany. Black Marbi. Top TabM. Picture.. Curbuna, Ola.. •nd China. Bra... S.licr and I'lalcd Ware. Fork-, faopnl Cutlery etc., San saiee Oloaa, larse Old China flowl and Old China Tea Sct.kc. Oak Chair, and Heofcar.. Single lion and Painted Woaaan Baditaada with spnnand IfgllreaaoB, Dreaalng fable., aood Mirrore.1 Pie.-. LadyDeak, Folding Screen all in Mahodany. M.T. Waih%  Und, Chamber Ware. Mlrrora. Book., Uraan Pre. Planter. Drab. Lnrdcr.. Kitchen Table., Lawn Mown PflllMII Pot.. 1'irfection 3-Burnei OH Stove and other I Ir ma. I POLeM Sale 11 JO Tenni Caah HKANKllt. TR<>TMAN d. CO, AaMlftMMrera. Mft.93 in TAKE NOTICE CENTURY \i %  i .....i .. DeOtei .1 AIJ'REIi BIRD A SONS. I.IV i rrMD. %  • mmp-n mgantied under II" tawa of 1 Hrllalu M iriifacturaJ • %  rtd MenlaaiiU. whoac trade at baanne., iddraaw H DeMm.hite Wirb.. Btnnihgbain U. tnalaeM ha. appbed for the ragjetra tlon of a trade mark Mt Part "A ol teglalrr in teapect ol baking pawde%  nd all lubatancaw uaed aa food ot a. linll-iiti III food, and Will be entitle I reglrter the name altar otw moni'. 'lorn the day of May IMI unla-.. o mark Can ba earn on applicatl. ..I my office Dated thl. Ilth da. of M. SS •MERCHANTS-S. "COLUMBIA STAR" SS. %  T1UHESMAN" S.S. "SELECTOR" Newport Ltverpool Liverpool London A M/bi^vugJi Livevpoul &i Glasgow 3th Mv Tth May Sth May 17th May 18th May 20th May 2Tth May 1st JUflf HOMCWAmD rOft THE I'NlTfTj RLNODOM Vraart SS. "GRELROSA S.S. "HERDSMANKMfurther iBfarrnatlan apply t* Wm CaSBRh* IB BarhatdnH Ijverpool 15th May London 22nd May DA COSTA ft CO.. LTD.—Aaaata la. ol May l*W H W1UJAMS. ReglaH., ,.l Trade Malk. TAKE NOTICE NOTICE 'I or sr. i-.-i r., Al-I'I.R'ATIONS for nnf li, Vc.trv abhlblllmi tenable at Ihe Con.bermer. School will ba received by the undeialgriad up to 1 p.m on Thuradaj. Mth May IMI Candidates mu.l be lha aom ol ParlihaOnera in •tralteii.it < niianiat... .,,-.. ..,.,. mu.t not lit leoa Ihnn MH year* nor mora than ll'i yeara of ageon the 111 of Kevmrabrr IBM lo be proved bv a baptlan-al iirtlhcala which muil accom. pany tha appllcaUon lorrna of application can be .blamed at lha Perochl-l Treawurer Off-co A T KINO. Clark. 81. Plillip'a Veatri NOTICE pARiaa OP ai. I.I IT Til %  IV.rec-,,.1 IJffile -> I.il. -,.. ". luaed on Tliuraaay net ir,iTrth nil nd will be re-opened .1 HARROWS on haturda.y. tu lit tn.t Othca houra Tuaadata and Thuradaya irorn 10 a m lo 3 p m and Halurdny* n S a m. to la noon OBWALD L DTtANF. Par. hi... SI l.UC> M a W--J UNDER THE SILVER HAMHER In Wadnvaday fill June b> ordei Tha Exocutoi. to HitBaUle ol UM UU b i*u Mill aril tin Furnlli at "Whitet, iv. W Phil p whack at*a>n.. % % %  : % %  Mahog SprinBB and Deep Sleep rlau He-da; 1, ...ari*. Coucbe* Pieaalng Table.. Iron Bad. lead, Scraana, Cham l>. 1 W-.e a-a-vtiolu. Oil laclilga-iator. 1 lluinrr Oil Stole, (oil Stovo, LardOl., . Lie11.1l. A Tableo, Btap Ladder C-nlaa Cot, uardau llench. Booka Llneu and many otkar llama of inlaid Sale 11 30 o'clock mNUI, TBOTMAN %  CO. .. ir,. NOTICE the g.1.1ai I'll SIMM HM.M1.II 1 <-t an S.ibartW now lo ihe nail. Telegraph England'a leading Dally Newepaper now "i mna In Rarbadoe be Air only a law daya after publication In London CoMat: Ian Gala, eo AdvocSU C.. Ltd l...rl Rapraaaatatlva. Tel 111! IT.f BS-t I i. rWNeBJ rnWTT Grapes Large A eand I AHIIIVI:I Anatber Ihlpatral mt 1' POPULAR i.t.T booked Iiicee ol no Mgbar. I'lllSOX Al. The I .t.l,. GIFTS For HrdrlliK--. Annlvrrmarira lUrthdays. t in I.I. .utirs. et. DIAMOND RINGS GOLD A SI1A 1 1: JEWELLERY s your Iriii-H.-t. . Y. De LIMA A CO.. LTD. 30 BROAD ST. 4 al MA.IVK GARnENS fbj warned agatnat %  craait to am peraon or parraoia laoeiei in my tiama aa I do no' myaell rraponiibte for anyone conti acting any debt 01 debta In any name iinlea. bv a written order algned by me OBWAIJ) ROCK. Pie Comer, St l.u.. IT ftS-an Tl.e public ate hereby warned again.! c.iing credit lo mj wife I'RSIIJ A MROWNE 'nea Spencri > aa i do not bold ivi.e'l leapomtble hi her ni anyone alar 1 unt. acting *ny debt or debt* in mv ileaa b> a nitllrn order algned Ft ASM TOBI KMGH1 NOTICK IS HERKBV GI\ r EN thai nil ..Hint havlna any debt or IMP upon r ..fTectiiia: the Eatala til Charlra TorA.i.u.Iua Km*' 1 ...t. ..I '! 1(11 in thr paUi.h ol S.1I11I I'lulip in H1.1 -land, -no eked In Ihla aaland on Jim ISOS are hereb> • % %  Ihrtr clalma. duly StI ir.ieai iu 10a irar mdai-iml Thaya^lhullaadlay, Pubii. n laiand ot Barbadoa quiHtted Admini-lrat. 1 %  1 the RhUte ol CharU-a Toning!.AuguMii. Knight draeaaed. Pub h Hullding. on or belore Ihe llal dav ..1 .July IBM altei wln.t. I (hall 1 Idlttrtbule the aaaeti ol the ..id calaie .-n.nng Ihe partlr. entitled thereto liavli a ( irgnrd lo the debt* and claim* onl> .1 winch I ahull itien have had notkhf 1 that 1 ahall nol be liable loi .net. % %  tii.tnbuted lo any peraon of whose deli or claim I ahall not have had nonce .1 the time tl luch dbtrtbutlon. AND nil peraoni indebted lo I'm %  aid e.lalr ate lequeaie.t to aetUe the.i •irounli without delay Italed thl* 17lh da> ol MaIBBJ TrMOTHV TlltrOPHfl-I'S Ihe aCalalr ol OIABLJDS TDMtCMOTON AUPUSTXIl KNIUIIT deceaaad. M 5 ftS-an MANAQEH A capable ma MftSlI IMsjai t.i ,% .-. nl .... I .perlen.e-1 nmnM, quartet 1 provided trail Mr. Rryan. No ) To at ft a— in RADIO KLECTIUCIAN loi our Fir. 1 kal Dapailmeni. Apply in peraon Wit egattv iH'doa. Ud It I S3—I ( n WanUd D ...all. I. "it tee lady aaalatant lo lake rharate ( Informatioo IHoe.ni Saawell Airport. A knowlrdle p| typing md Sp.ml.h il... 11 1 .11111.01 Barbedo, 1 1 AUCTTOMESW of Middle Street oilers for sale from his exttensive list: — A three bedroom stone bunaialow on in* sea. below Oistin. And HARBAREES HOUSE with 2*4 Acres of land. It Is within orn? mile from Bridgetown. If you are interested In properties, why nol .verlnok his list, or dial 2645 28.5.52—Sn I.OVF fb KIIMI LOST MISBTNO Irom Car near Hoc kin. uo Club. Lady* navy-blue handbag cam lair n. Omega watch and wedding ring Ol •cut!men!al value An paraon givinn i iiiioimatioti leading lo recovery will be weU lewarded Call Brooke, % %  eredbc | Beach Club, between A and Turn HWEEPMTAK K TK'KKl Hci le. P > I Finder plea Hotheraal Turning. owerad 1 Thou .. riael He.. g| fM hO'e as.ft.M-i,. SHORT STORIES. ARTICTaTt, VFR8K POt Ihe ('11.1.1,1,8. Mn A.tepted material will be paid after publVcallon Send Ml Kins. New Era I'reaa, rTharor.. avMjJka. Pains in Back. Nervous, Rheumatic! Wrung f %  '• ai i I. i>verork md IraViaaal fOaaaoft. pul a Btrain on ihKldne.. and Kt ine. and Hindder Iroublee are the true eau.e <>( lvc-Acldit.. tirtio.it Up N'lgM v Ht-rnln. Par...... Leg P.iflC Norvouinaea. Pli.lne... Swollen Ankle*. Rricumatl-ni. Puff. Kiell.!and •^e!lri. .-.,.... %  PRff^^'A """'/'/RET TRADr taSl MABR I &iuJ£i$Ui IZITI 'LAX: *ixa. ^J Th-t JDNKnI'lNGS OCM VULCANrl r\NIisTICKS FARRIKSAKTIEBOLAO. .. joint .lock i.imp.iv organlied undo Ilia law* of Sweden. Malih Manula(l>irei a. a-boa*. trade or bu.ineaa addn .. If. 1* V-alia. SnorgaUu. Jonkoplng, swadn KM -pplied tor the .eajiatralton of a trade rr.ra m Part "A" ol Nealater In reepec! miilh from the irTJaBS *Ve of eppoal Jatraay, United State ., A. en.MJIIi. lartorera. whoac trade 01 buiincai ..ddreaa :. CM Filth Avrm... %  i VI State of NeYork V HA hat applied for the registration of a trnde mark In Part "A' 1 of R.-sUUr In reaped Of -,unking tobac.o and clgarrtlea. and will be entitled lo reglaaar the aarne th i,..u. the Mth day ol May ISM. unless earn* peaaon shall in "i" meantime glva notice In duplicate t:> ma at mv omoa of opposition ti aueh .•Ki.trauon The trade mark can ba SeaJP application at mj.' oOsra Dated Ihl* Ilth day of May IBM It WnUAJalB, llegi.t,.,, ol Ttade Marks MS il—In Canadian National Ste ams hips -Ol Ml III M sn Hall. sail. galls Arrlars sail* MenllMl H.llt.a Baeeeaa BTaTas B'aaa 1AJ>V RODNEY ia v.. 1> Mi.. ft Mn v 1 June 1 Jane -ANADIAN CHAUXNUEIl SO May 1 June II Juna |l June 1 ADY NEUBON • JUM ia June 14 June U June M June CANADIAN CRUlSfUt V June IS June a July 3 July CANADIAN CONSTRUCTOR June SJuty 11 July %  July 11 July I ADY ROD NTT 11 July It July : %  July M July NOBTTfBOrND Aitlaea galb -Uttraa Aertvea Aerlaaa' Bdoa B'daa BL Jaftut Baataa Nsllfu M nil. a CDN CRUISER ,. M Mat 1 ANADIAN at May ft Juna s Juna 11 June CONSTRUCTOR ) June 11 June IADY RODNEY is June 1 ANADIAN '" IT June ~ IT June 11 Juna 1 July CIIAL1XNGEK a June ?l June IB July 11 July i-\DY NJELSON SJuly ilv IS Jury aa July i 1'N CRUHOOt M July It July n July I Aug CONaiTRUCTOH H July n July 9 Aus. %  Aug 10 Aug LADY BODffBY .. T Aag. a A.ig Auaj. N Aug 1) Aug TAKE NOTICE { FOB further particular* apply to— GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.-AgsaU. .avalier I. m TV .(.nucatlo.! .. Dated !hb lUt da) of May IBS] H WIU-1AMS llceutier Of Trade Mark. M ft :-} -.ti, ASTHMA MUCUS Loosened first Dav :'... ruin JOIIT .le.,. day >a ii|hi .u. 4 t trying Mrs. EXVo I".. r.,e, medi.tne .. no,*, •in.ke. Injection or sgarnv. lui .,rka threuah tba Mood, Ibu. .-robin, lhv hmg* ... I bronrl ,r • ,>.. Tb. n, rt deer atari, helping nature imiir.ll. il.lyj.... | HelpMosen ail trmove thick .ti.inilnx mu.oa I r\, a >, promolesi freer bre.-ilhini atljaou-irle,. fipMob oau sag C l( G ll TRANSATLANTIQUE ;. CUUIBIS from He.abs*n>le>a to GBa4eloBB, Mil Hail % %  !. Rarbadoa. Trinidad, La Guaira, Cajnggfto A '-iilm TI...! B J REYNOLDS riaBACCO CO-WANY a corporation urgaiined gud •• %  istlng imder Ihe law. of the Stale -rt K Jersey United Stale, of America. Tobacco Manufaclurer.. srhOM irSdt %  biialneaa address la Math and Fourth etreeu. Winrlotr-Salem North Caiollna USA baa applied for the rrguiratltm of a trade mark In Part 'A" of Regtctat m rrapect of tobacco and tobacco produ.U. clgaretlea cigar*. amoklng t .|.i'c. snuff. .,,...-., arllrMt*. Ugarette paper matche.. cigarette cases. .I,.I ggj pipe. imokins tobacco, and will be "enlitlrd to ragtsiar Ihe ,.w after one month from lha Mth day of Mai. ISSf dnMaa .cane peraon shall In Ihe niewntlrraa live hollce In duplicate lo live at m iifflc* of nppoaltlon of inch reg's'r.tln The irada nwb can be seen •Iher reason. Claims must be made to the French War Damage authorities direct %  md should be in th* French language. H.M. Government can accept •io responslbllilv for the actual filing and prosecution of claims. 24.5 52—2n •"DE GRASS*' "COLOMBIE" *"DE GRASSE" 19th May, 1952 1st June, 1952 29th June, 1952 •Sailiing direct to Southampton 29th May, 1953 Ilth June, lMl 9th July. IMI Flir PANS. mat B* 1 VS Are Yours in Order? If not — They Are ubtaiitable at — THE WiXTmAi. tMl'Ullll M Corner Bread u,ti Tudor Strsjefjg yaaar kidney, clean vndlM. -III.IM.. V! %  ':; %  ; PAIR OF Gl-AHSBH ..Cyito3i'H:?tl !e'*-tra-Ve > -,e,r,e M T11W GUEST HOUSE IIASTINOS BARBADOS ;I Under new managt-nu-n: o Daily and longteim rates quoted on "equest a B ormaxient guests welcome. Dinner and Cocktail parties arranged. J. B. Bl'CKLAND. Proprietor. <.-f^f>tVt.•>e^,<.VlV• %  J ,V'.'-^*r'-'1, MM! HKVT V.I .able bu.tnesa pramlaes on •bora thg POM OnVe vrilh back entrance hill St.ee' Fronlaae contain* tw > door, and larse snow window Ideally suitable (or any business, especially a Urug Store. 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r IO* TEN BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY. MAY 2. 1932 This Could be Greatest Year for British and Empire Athletes' f — !" '.:%'.'>'''>'•' %  ''''" %  •'•'•* %  '''''*'**•'''*' Today Is Derby Day By most popular sportt 111 with nn astounding >S event the Derby Stakes which ; proportion i.'ianec in the 5,000 metre*. ,,*" "* run "" at Epsom on Bui d-.nl forget that the Comw *dnesdav Fnrty top-flight thor"iwcilth can produce a few ""Knbredi will rontest the one find I "good-uns" when It come* to a ha ""tie mat which will be %  „ !" „ inp "chest In the history of the ..IJI I *o optimistic? V,-^ -^ McFj|r N will be worth £20,587 to %  c (Quarter and half mile) who the winner compared with r 1B..W. in the 1948 Game. ;.: lh ' previous record set m Iltd who baa a victor ffi Th *"d famous race ".ovA.thur Wlnt U. his credit, which takes its name from the "l5^l52*r2Sft l '-'" %  " *""* *"l ^hEa.lIUerb VW afl.,t„.n 1 :'"J J D-M s %  %  won the Epsom in 1"80 and except foe ikcc Indoor Games two ""'ak* during two world wa rule event in 9 mins. 15.7 sec*hen ten "substitute'' ran ends, and Jack Carroll who has r V n at Newmarket, the el. I n 400 metres In 48. sees, to hu a '*ay* been run over the horse, name. 'hoe shaped track. f\U tr.lia's miler Oon McMillan is unolhcr 1 would not rule put %  >f the reckoning Back % %  BUI with the British have big John Savingsgets nearer lo worlil .lass time ho putts the shot and nir.v well go close In hi* Record Entries For Intercolonial Sports THREE DAY MEET OPENS SATURDAY due I C mpetit eoaehtng %  %  : ."k. The glass track would theni< slow hi* BUKk Farnum assures me that he %  ride to give the public the opportunity of teeing him Against the champ* from other colonies before he leaves. Locals in Training; The local athletes are in serious daining and HuntO expect* to reonds --, „ .... -. and Saturday. Mav 31, continues on Monday, June 2 and end* Blenman of the local constabulary on Thursday, June 5 have been m training for the Police %  --..-... %  Sports and should be in good The Association have doubv in*imuon rtace Illim flir Ine spim! .... m de an nll-out effort to in,-." There will be a special invita\ r \ x ** ? on distances Hil| and „, some life into the Meet since | ti on 60 yards dash in which it is Uoy 3 wlU baU,e ,n Uie M0 I"***! (By O. S. COPPIN) A i nord number of two hundred and sixtv-two entries have been accepted by the Amateur Athletic Association M I'.nrbados for th,> forthcoming three-day Intercolonial turn i Time better\hn bo Cycle and Athletic Meet which opens at Kensington on '<-r the 440 yards. Archei I hat anking %  • united lop :yclisls and athletes xpected that I*wis. Archer. onp milp and thtf ">"• ** uneei. The track Is regarded as a true teit of speed and stamina foi three-year-old colts each of whom will carry 126 pound*. The start is at the bottom of hill the Urn take part in thi Kiuht Step Thii direction individual Blenman and Innlss will be seen '., In this event. ISovellie. Turning to the cycling events Novcllie* ol this meeting are there seem* to have been a wealth 'be parade of the athletes on the D ,t..,, L. .Kri-h. "t talent attracted in the three i:rjt day which should be well tee ffaW . ini <"lMe. hi the "A" class there worth seeing and the fact that nfrformancpl i M wl ^ •"• Berbice Wheel champ ">e prizes for most of the event* Idifo> the nr*t"fouV"furlns ra7ti*uU, : n\cr.t ,xc.pt -b. %  % %  11' **** LK,dp whn "1 tno le **~ *>" ^ presented immed.^ely horses have a study climb, made In competition ogarrS the in^clhlon form in B.G. today. *"£ flnbhof the evenly drop until the fa,nn-pirscntatives from From Trtn'dad .comen the This is based on the model of bend at Tottenham ,,,i u r Utrritoria -mit have iu Olympic hope David Malthieu I he Olympics and is the method Corner is reached. It is from this i^. mad( lini i,, r ^.nrt,,!,:. ?h-.t whllp ,h close of the make their tlnal effort over fairlv Tht lot a i stars spearheaded by lt day** programme. l-IrdV Siri, '1"„ 20 Thc A"*'ciation bavi broken B mm Olympic hope, yards which U lightly uphill m w Kloun(| ,„ hr l ni( 1 r;iCPmPni Ken Farnum. L. Carmlchacl. D. During the first 50 years the <' d a > 'here Is worldwide interest the Grenada Don' Secondarv holder of the local live mile record ','i £!i\"'. ^ "•ire* — anxi espocially in countries running School Athletic star to take pert in the "A" and Intermediate the JOU foi Kood measure. sweepstakes on the result, the most |„ the School evenU. classes. R. Sottaur and the newly famous of which Is the Irish Hos1 see also that he has been promoted Darcy Yarde will all pitnl Sweep, tht winner of which entered for the 880 yards, thebe tbere to slvc battle to the High Jump and the I^ong Jump Intercolonial invitees. Farnuin's Farewell I understand however that Interest nit; Kecord lid be accused of false *U^_ _c/ , ha ul I"! 11 modesty if I did not include m>%  If in the list ot poiblc-< r are Inclined to think %  'ial 1951 saw me at my peak. Hut although 31 lr.. comparatlvel;vi^akUig. n ripe old age for 0 %  printer, I am out to prove then AN IRISH LINEN SUIT ONLY $36.00 EA Ideal for the Tropics P. C S. MAFFEI & Co.. Ltd Top Scorers In tailoring Prince Wm. Henry Street If I get just one of them though, I -hall st.11 i.c well fattened, for it is 27 vean since Britain last took an Olympic sprint Hi Our girl* too have never been in an Olympics With kUCh % % %  :. derful chance* ot kuecese. A ;>letc)y lit June r'milda could the 100 metres. And. de*e the rk itnilitellon of thinmparable Pinny Hlanker*len, winner of four gold medalthe 1948 Games. I look to eila Lcrwill. holder of ihc fM-reeond, lo win the high nets £50.000 In addition, the famous event u 0pen events. draws nearly half a million spectators most nl whom go to see the colourful surroundings apart from the running of the race. Facing QKtens' the grand Stand on n hill :h the race is run tl: und inB 0,l< '" "' public %  n interestU Windward Islands Inter-School touinanieiit 111 mill around gaily decorated Gl "f> won the '*" %  ""d Long Jump crowning fried tlsh ntnlls, icecream barrows his performance with the creditand shcciting galleries while fur*hle achievement of winning the ther afield an amusement fair High Jump ul 5 feet 11* Inches. complete with roundabouts proThis is several inches higher than vides a riot of colour in contrast what our local boys have been with the grctn turf of the winding returning ft-r the past U-.\ j racetrack Farnum will be seen only in the short distances, 1 mile, mile and iwo mile because the grass track is slower than the road on which m is spending most of his eriously for Helwill have ta rid* SUITINGS FOR "^i* time training nki where h MfM d meet la BAIXKV mtC'KS THE TAPEflnit iisain. Will lie do too at M.lslnkl? belie ,v In No Derby scene would be complete without It* fypsles WBOM brightly painted caravans have now been forced to camp well •way from the track. Bui Ihil will not prevent them from mingfrom 20 year old n„ K wlt h ,-rowds to tip cert" winMajone Jackson. I nfrs nr n(T ,. r )o tc |j vour fortune. The grandstand will be packed ^" lige 6. June Fouldl I In addition to this Gittens ran tflCOnd In the 100 yards and 120 yards to H. Bain, his fellow Grenadian whom, I un he beat over the same distance at their school sports K'i i i.i Also fi io mu.ii greater keeni Bhlrtej Strickland (80 metres oVthk'stands athlete* thinwelves. The idea 1 hurdles) Ray Weinburg who has th.ie will be f W i n g her n-under and M COUld bent many ale sprintei.N Australia teiere are On the athletic side too. fans will be afforded the opportunity seeing George I-ewis. veteran •ntatlves of many pa'"" ^'"l Oeg*J Lewis, vani Dukes and En'rls arid *&** champion of Trinidad. with rep Uons, with high-ranking officials and owners occupyinK the most exclusive part This year however. < 1 BM In him a: member of the by his showing running Just f. i the ake Of runa lime for the 120 hurdles of 14 Rav&l Famli'v nn-set nmg is on the way out. There iccunds, and John Treloar. Olymu ,ni| m mournine for the 1st. IS too. ,i far more HriOUS anpic wml-tlnalM lour year. ago. Km* r,cor-W P lo the often boring husiwho may unset all my plan* fn ,cor c ,,r lies* of preparation and %  givater the 100 metre-. IneUnatlon to tight. in eventi Un re u n to much of the "aftel >"u Claude" attitude. AMI % %  ha n ulted In better Umi i and tlgures all round. Add U) Ihl %  reflected in all written in the United the formerly disparaged British and ConunonweeJUi n'hleles. and the feel that the land of the Airnighty l>llar does not io far appeal to have thrown up the usual running. rho %  loaough be has been running for ears now still has plenty %  I mu vidnced in the recent the Court Intenialloiial Sports Meeting of the A.AA, of Trinidad when he beat the American invitees WEATHER REPORT YEflTERDAY Rainfall from Codringtoo: .01 ToUl Rainfall for month to date: 2.06 ins. HiKhost Temperature: 86.6 *F Lowest Temperature: 72 fi F Wind Velocity: 9 miles per hour Barometer: (9 a m ) 29.979, (3 p.m.) 29.910 TO-DAY Sunrise: B 40 am Sunset: 8 18 p.m. Moon: New. May S3 Lighting: i"i p m High Tide: &.33 a.m., 7.03 p.m. Low Tide: 12 19 p.m. SUMMER!! 2X" KHAKI DRILL 28" WH1TK DRILL 28" WHITK LINKS DRILL 28" IRISH LINEN u *l.5:l, $1.58. $1.69 Vil. $1.31, $1.66. $1.69 Yd. $2.38. $2.95 Yd. $3.15. $4.49 Yd. .VI" IRISH LINEN CRASH $4.33 Yd. 54" Jl'TE CRASH $3.66 Yd. Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd. 10, II, 12 & 13 Broad Street l^ienomenon, and you will that the. .i sanguine ptttUeUon Hut fr mi generalities to particularities. From whom, on thii fide of the Atlantic ind In DW Commonweallli, do I expeetl Orework* at He] Firt. I think I would pull Arthur Wint the great Jumatcai runner, ar.ti rapteill Of ihei: in this year, who muni hivi a wondi %  %  the 40* metres .if retaining the title Ju so lini %  d from un-Tj der Hi. no e of Herb M.-K.-nleyrt in 1S48 Arthur is Iraininj foi both the'J S(>0 and tin i > vents.: L'ut 1 fed hit best chance will be In the i And the •: no doubt.iii< his own detcr-j itlon tt add pnother gold J ti the one hi already^ owns. Id T len theK It Itourr HannlSterS (1.500 ea -oldg foi i i Oxford mllor, currently H i' the half-imlr _^ .1 IW.UK (if in-tf I over the*] 1 %  havej ful chance of Cable And Vi 'intern Def k al Curllon Cable and Wireless defeated Carlton in a cricket match played at Boarded Hall on Saturday. May 24. Carlton batting first scored 82 all out. E. W. Marshall top scored with 24 not out and F. B. Edghlll scored 23. They came to(.ether i n an cishth wicket partnerfhlp when Carlton had lost seven wickets for 10 urns and avid their team from complete collapse B. Croney. H. H. King and K. L, Hranker toi>k 3 wiekets each for 2. 7, and 23 runs respectively. Cable and Wireless replied with 93, C Scale lop scored with 32 while N. T. Clarke scored 16. For Carlton Geoie Edghill took four wickets for 13 runs, while F Edghill and K Warren bagged three each for IS and 17 runs respectively. ever event she chooses l,> enter. My personal opinion is that she stands moat chance in the long lump. Quite an impressive list Isn't it. And It is by no means eomplete — Bill Nnnkeville. I.en Eyre and Kiiropejwi L'fio rnetrva champion Brian Shenton are ,m!y three I have not dwelt upon I llul thos*. I hnv.' mctmnnr.t will make Hip l^-.l in ihc wuvli* go all out. And althouKh tho chU-f challeiiKP is likely lo cwm r from the l'nile.1 Slates. I feel liter-.-sportsman of thp WaakOhrl ln "' ""til"-m HI. .peed "lienfoj.u... olrmple hop. eard. Unless nnuooa holds nn 1 him clock Hut 4 1111.1 11 unnperlrdly strong hand, Brilsccood rnil.-s at th Now TmUJBB Neither must I forget Yvette am and tlM Co ..1th are ,|; n .nil. Williams versatile New Zenlunitoing to pick up qullc a few ago; II h b) ^< lor der who should do well In whattricks at Helsinki In July. away with Ihc title. They'll Do It Every Time "Fry THE POOR TELEPHONE OPERAOR. FT?HSTAHC£.A u>is-oisiAncc CALLED MILL C5IVE STRCT INSTRUCTIONS . THUS By Jimim ll.nlo THEN 1VHEN SAID R4RTy is MOTIRED AS PER INSTRLKTnONS'"OUR &4L IN THE MIDDt-E 6ETS THIS A tense incident in the Trinidad Barbados Tornado tournament — generous in victory — the Barbadian skipper hurls a life saver to a gallant but gasping victim of a Tornado turnover. Asa reminder why don't you attend the grand Tornado Dance at the Crane on Saturday 31st May and remember, say "Gimme a Carib" and absolutely no one will give you $100.22 — try it.



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tf%el l> y&xm 3 ESTABLISHED 1895 WEDNESDAY, MAY 28. 1952 PRIC ran CENTS Germany Admitted To Em opean Army Six Nations Sign Enabling Treaty . . HAKIS. Ml] il A history-making treaty to mass soldiers ol rearmed any into .i IS-divUon force with troops ol iiv,other European nations was sinned to-day in this capital of t.ermany s ancient enemy The ceremony was followed immediately bv ,i sweeiibound the United States closer to Europe than ever before I he declaration promised in general terms that American troops will remain in Europe as long as it is necessary for peace and that ioint action will l,. against any breakup ol the new Em ipean army, such U the withdrawal of militarily resurgent den. Chancellor 1 the first to [which may tnhet It-urupr and ha waa follows i, v I the ran nH "iirg and %  -Nell.. Ridgway In France PARIS, ftlaj |7 Matthew Ridgway, first United Suites General to land in World War II invasion. NtuiMd to France to lake over the Stlpi'mc Allied Command of Europe from retiring GIMn] Eisenhower. The former United Nation* Com' i %  111 %  %  %  :i K %  % %  %  sprawl in* Orly alrpOtl lu-u(0 %  ""itw command of in. of the Western Alliance which prevent new Korea i in nil the world. His arrival coincided with the launching of a new campaign v huh n lead to a new blockade of West Berlin by the Rus"i.ms. and as the Communist parties loosed a torrent of threats The sign in g mmou took place In tilt and tapestrrd 'Salon Dhorloge" of Qua! D'orsay against the background of Vhlefa may'arid up to %  worst menace to paaci outbreak of thg KonUI war. Tho European Defence Community ( %  DC) Ti. %  known mi only one of ton'declined to-day to sfa i %  aggression. To American plodgo of support 1 4 State Deen Acheson. Brttlah F. reign Becretarv Anthonv Eden, and Knmh F..r, :. Robert Sehuman Men |HihtParly Clashes Expected In Primaries WASHINGTON. May 27. ntlal candidates of both ..rid Democratic parUei Will daab to-diiy ui four In critical contests involvoventlon delegates U 102 delc.* %  n a! stake in the %  K i State conn Florida primary. IHpubl:. N tielegotei Connaettcul oonInvolvcd %  Senator Robert A T %  .no Gtneral Baanhrmrai In the Texas lii-publicm eouvcntiou and Benatari Richard itusseil i i K-tt\Ki.rjuv.-r m the Florida pi binary. K' ntu. %  up < %  > g|t VUa Praaidaat .: i ej '.,t,... .'-. delegate the Democratic presidei Hal n in ition. Tho Bkssor..I organization flawinning almost all 22 %  ii.-lenate>. \ hatile was under way .• v.i RepabUeang Mho lie National Convention. Ta(t won the hitlerly contested tnrf round .if victory last night in again*) the West. An IndlcaUon of P oned hBl %  cheduted departure for %  '-Ul r "< ,hl ecatrol of Texas • 'K'll was a line of 200 hel-l Ha, ,v, "' v '" %  """. tO-nlgh1 i-. delegation. However Eisenhower motgrj French gendarmes" lining ."jf 1 ,n '" !" the runway: through which RidtfAcr, e*on and Sehuman to Constellation taxied to the " *• mounttoi 1 nain terminal after setting down II IIV ar GMT— r.r Nrvvbolrf Takes Oath AK Panama Governor NEW YORK. May 27. BrisStdi"General John 11 s** %  bold. wiIIBTPirorn at 4 pun. EST to1 rOvernor <C Fop Ministers and Informally discussed what action the Soviets i Acheron according to informed quarters reassured the French that the door Is still open to more talks with the Soviets despite the signing o| i with Germany and the European Army Treaty .—r.r. MRS iff CA \K /V./V./Y/V Will MEET ill in from Our Own Cnor>i> PORT-OP-SPd N The y of the Ini.l Society ol SUJM: Cam held in 11 \ %  all over the world attending tho parley will visit Mner erne plantations m .lamai. a, Barbados. Bntlsh Guiana and Trinidad. Dportan laid Ihaj may lake the fight all • to Chicago. i were (irmly In conBkato RapuhUean organization as Eisenhower hopefuls %  n n bid after bid to win seats in the Toxal Which Will meet to-day to chexwo tho State's 38-mtm deleRiitlon to I Convention, waa alao battle, in the i.inks in Texas as proTruman delggattons from 27 counit of the pal '>'.Btate Convention. This assured u pro-Truman bolt from the conand two Texas delcssLlom at the National Convention. The State Credentials Committee, ruled that pro-Truman delagjatea should bo seated. primarv provide.1 a re1 I'tisscll and Kei.uvei the ngixUdataa for the Democratic presidential i Ruaaall who defeated Kafauver In an earlier popularity rnnry in Florida on May %  i.-I tii win 2" of the 24 Florida delegates elected i-i i<>-day's ludlotting.—I'.r. Russians Renew Berlin Blockade BERUN. Miiy 21 The Russians barred United States.and British military police patrols from th main .super-highway linking Weft iny and Berlin in what may be the prelude to a new Berlin blockade. However Soviet border guards did not Interfere with other Allied and German traffic travelling in both direction! along the 110-mile Autobahn across the SOViel /.one. The regular United States military morning train from Frankfurt In West Germany RUM arrived in Berlin without U. S-A rgen tine Wool Trade Rose In March (Bj M \iiitv W I it INTO) lay 27. %  share (iuari),ports ol tjreen .' Inn 'arch doubled OVOV ,ve alWHIPPORAVH xcors their llrt soal igaUMt PeUca Clnb yetttrgay Whipporay^ srea tbe (SBM ~ 3(Kee pigs 7). Mexico Finds Cure House Pass Third Parties Insurance Bill roi* Cattle Disease incident. Telephone Lines Gut In Berlin BERLIN, M Communists cut telcpl. %  miinicalioii.s between East and BRH. C.EN. JOHN NEWB4ILD I West llerlm and 17 long distance ~"^"^~^"~ I linen betuccn West Berlin and %  s* h 4 f *-._, e. c* Is _i Wnrt Oarmany on Tuesday. Elifht HO.-\lIUlltC %  • tAlntim. B\ Res<'Ue IMane ] cations betwaen Wa i I West Germdiiv wernot I It appeared to he the first blow i | Part will, the Western Allie. ve-terday Went Berlin. no miles Inaloa thi s feared a renewal of the near parai blockade Of 1948-49. IJONDOH. May 27. A Bi four-motor Hermes Aircraft which erashed In French West Africa waa sighted bv a rescue nrdinit to a BOAC spokesHe said a B.O.A.C, Argonaut I over the reported scene. forced-la tiding : ol Port Btttnna had spotted the plant BarUalU buried in some soft ar.> nas jad. The cm of tlie Argonaut re-M-livlty" around the ptgDi 1'in'it crewmen and ten passengers lafl LonJan on Sunday en route to Logos, Nigeria. But 'of casualties if any are .oown.—t'.F. Earlier to-dav Russl-n tKirder guards again barred Allied military %  • %  patnli f i "in I only highway link wii; tio noliroad to < Pi ists had b< '' %  bdimid M I) H and May 17. hut since than I troubled. To-day as liefore. RUSM en. expl li • i action. A rivili.oi freight and passenger tiafflc on (be hlghwaj 'ill flowid normally.—*" This action neverthc!> I the Urst of what may rlM of retaliatory id Kst German i I troaty signw. *ern Big Three and jn nrday. Allot! authorities adopted a attltudi toward fcfca thai the Soviet n.y th 1948-49 total %  H Merlin. one i i fore 'Jus month police %  thi -o|.r hi, -. f \Rlt [ted the ban on May 17, The ncu ban also name only a f*w houraltar the Communist Batt German governi t had ordered %  • i>f the border be%  West Germany i '•tilling measures .... I further Infiltration of .( %  nts. spies and %  United military potiee I A lien they ;t.00 a.m. (3 ..i: KST I thatr regular round l' lit the highway. • quipped with two-way r. speede|. and aid any %  N dlatiaaa, %  Id I bird %  ,.t HelmBerth ehecfc points for refusing I I Lhc pnvloui occasion I latsj hsil A. war* Illegally sending armed patrols along the highw> —tl.r. THE House of Assembly yaterduy with hut little debute patsHill to make provisions for tiM protection ol Thiid Parties gainst risks arising out of the us* T motor \< Notice of this Bill was given ost Deeembei 18 and It was read a Brat time on January 8. On January 13 the Bill was read a eoimd lime and leferred to a Select Committee. The Select Committee reported back to th* yesterday but marie no substantial chunges. aetl and reasons read: — The ihii aeaki la apply to this island the principle of compulsory Insurance against third-party risks out of the use of motor vehicles on public roads and lb baasd on similar Irgi.Liium exls'iog in UW United Kingdom, Brltash Guiana and Trinidad. Clauses 3 and 4 make it unful for unvone to use a motor vehicle on | puhln RMd with.iut l-'ing insured against liability fining death or bodily injury to any person by the use of such vehicle. Provision is also nude in Clause 4 to enable hospital' to %  frem the Insurer expenses reasonably tneurred in treating Injured pereoua, A iknttei proVanon is contained In CI.HIM 19 cover the fees of medical pracUUonan who r.-nder emergency treatment to persons tnjure PAUL HAWKINS) MEXICO Cl IV. V Mexn.m livestock Industi tcriiHtioii.il meet tost lube vfctoi %  ver hoof and tnoutl Unitexl Stateg ope. shipments, it will mark for the fli that vaccines ha* Speak*r To Represenl ITdosAlCIVA. Keds Attack U.N. Positions Con-ii. .ini'.t kuUnuanM o all efl the western front while theli %  noM maji i Beds sent 300 mm again hill SO miles north of the heed ol iha traditional route thiontth tlie Uljongbu Corridor, GiKhth Aino hi-ips ware on Iha lltli ell ..cross the IN Qajna in I rspened it"liffi eenuli %  than 2.000 roinMls "f tmmunltlon Tlien ml i' bdilci Allied • I I bach. 100 LejaajM The attack cost (he lteds at least 100 i ,-isualtles. Five similar probes were thrown liiick with hoavi l;. United States Marines of the First Dnislun weie guard ol the western sector but i would nut permit an announcement as to when hi I votved in lo-darl Ochling. Patrols were rniiKing oil., noman's laial lagt nigtit and earl) to-day run into froup of Commuulsts as large as sixu West of Chorwon a United Nationi patrol aiubii l.i-d l:.-i killed five in ,i twenty minute light. Fifth Airfor.e bghi.r Uimbcn %  truck again t Con line bunkers and ieur an port and supply. ind im.nth infi I I I n hen %  could | %  I bajalacad qul< mouth out %  i i Russian Air Force Is A Threat NEW YORK. May 27. I this I nl Ol the AnFo Thomas Finlciter said Tuesday'i writinp li that sV"i Russia "ill be able to Aviation Age Magazir.' •jling and long range atomic ca;. posiibl> %  that even under %  I-.' jigain't the Hussians He said by 1954 the Red Air I II probably outnumber Of the North Treaty Organization by "al-out three to two" in the tactical field while lonji range bombers capable of atomic bombs v;l!l /Yarn // Threatens Mussed Attack On U.N. Forces PANMUNJOM. May 27. Tho Communists thieatened to unleash their 1.000.00Uman army in North Korea against the Ki.'li'h Army of the United Nations in retaliation for the RXhUed "nut of Red prisoners on Kojc Island. North Korean G" Nam II, senior Red deU-Katr delivcro-i 't' ]., %  i il.n ol renewed lull-stale bloody warfare In Korea since the truce negotiations began last July. He told iha i % %  ma s se s of North Knieans and Boy Did Lc-fiaont* With Hulle, Iir beg LONDON. May 2T. A 13 year old boy who did no* ..nut to get his friend In trouble *al stoically througti morning version at school yesterday a no then staggered home to tell his mother he hud l*en sho. The bullet had been fired accidentally from an old German pLitol brought to school by OJH of Edward Wilson's classmitet. The desk cover hurriedly slammcl dowm avrr the pistol, caused it to ftr. The st-rtled teacher c|ic in Abdication %  A %  1 %  i %  %  %  %  : %  %  ilt n % %  I %  %  ... %  • %  %  i p %  %  I %  I %  %  %  %  %  %  cllnad, %  %  %  %  %  %  I %  %  %  %  i i r //.IK/. I. Crmcel Special Flight* If* Whitsuntide %  %  %  %  l I on tho %  %  UA oil f the I M K. N. R. %  the Barbadi \ ml Bar%  %  %  HI early date has not yet I ."-d from B Mil Of the 1 %  ..ill he %  %  .i %  1U I %  reverse* s/UI alter 'hat ill '.. %  .. tour of the %  I .1. Oil Strike Upe Air Charges %  sfttau In. %  ad the ... %  Uon at the Lrlke. The in%  DOW only I weeklv pen Brtt%  %  %  ncaaMr %  ii.t m to be i their %  Ill A t' ill dweide li id be %  m h <• the i • increase 'They're everything I look for Cum %  Ri front of the IM-sTI fence IIni i onwi ii %  %  % % %  The waning brought %  eials. Chief United N raan Brer. Oaneral v. u Nuck..ld< threat. Majoi I K H.ii 11 v said it was "propagsridn". Nam's threat came as Uw All troops on the m lOT ^ possible (!down i Seoul, i low i ii K 'i Ihat 237 Hfd PTUm recently in camps-!:': %  Archer Nam' 1 do 'les— %  They said thay ajovid i iulv In" M/hUs %  %  tfnii I Don army overrun North K threatemxl th '.; Icr— f.P. iMiss D. Wood 10—6 Trinidad Lead in Lawn TennU %  "Hut seldom fniJ, riecfd In •U, Maarlar, I ...p^w ggaj II. Hill what rsarll} do look fur in a eigarelle?'* I I rV/' ''"'"" — which i • ( \ I A/ I 1 "n/v ciine from foaVi ** %  /; 1/ / I "it ii oither special CtlH tohaao Iti.ii. nl course, prr/ett MiHtothiiess — which me tint %  in comfortable throat," • ) ,//' tmWti D V"M kmiir, thu ilit \Uimt,, fdlir l'f> n jn-t iibont iniaaj>reeeej ' i*%i* smoke thai I nriiu." • %  >#\li Smoke lo your throat's content du MAURIER THE EXCLUSIVE FILTER TIP CIGARETTE St.04 lor SO MSOt IN INOIAMD SOU DISTKII i .1 IUVSts CO


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ESTABLISHED 1895
WEDNESDAY, MAY 28. 1952
PRIC
ran cents
Germany Admitted To Em opean Army
Six Nations Sign
Enabling Treaty
. . HAKIS. Ml] il
A history-making treaty to mass soldiers ol rearmed
any into .i IS-divUon force with troops ol iiv,- other
European nations was sinned to-day in this capital of
t.ermany s ancient enemy
The ceremony was followed immediately bv ,i sweeii-
bound the United States closer to Europe than ever before
I he declaration promised in general terms that
American troops will remain in Europe as long as it is
necessary for peace and that ioint action will l,.
against any breakup ol the new Em ipean army, such U
the withdrawal of militarily resurgent den.
Chancellor 1
the first to
[which may tnhet
It-urupr and ha waa follows i,v
I the ran nH
"iirg and
'-- Nell..
Ridgway
In France
PARIS, ftlaj |7
. Matthew Ridgway, first
United Suites General to land in
World War II invasion. NtuiMd
to France to lake over the Stl-
pi'mc Allied Command of Europe
from retiring GIMn] Eisenhower.
The former United Nation* Com-
' i 111 " ! :i K
sprawl in* Orly alrpOtl lu-u- (0
""itw command of in.
of the Western Alliance which
prevent new Korea
i in nil the world.
His arrival coincided with the
launching of a new campaign
v huh n lead to a new block-
ade of West Berlin by the Rus-
"i.ms. and as the Communist part-
ies loosed a torrent of threats
The signing mmou took place
In tilt and tapestrrd 'Salon Dhor-
loge" of Qua! D'orsay against the
background of
Vhlefa may'arid up to
worst menace to paaci
outbreak of thg KonUI war. Tho
European Defence Community
(DC) Ti.
known mi only one of ton'decli-
ned to-day to sfa i

aggression.
To American plodgo of support
14 State Deen Acheson.
Brttlah F. reign Becretarv Anthonv
Eden, and Knmh F..r, :.
Robert Sehuman Men |Hiht-
Parly Clashes
Expected In
Primaries
WASHINGTON. May 27.
- ntlal candidates of both
..rid Democratic par-
Uei Will daab to-diiy ui four
In critical contests involv-
oventlon delegates
U 102 delc-
.* n a! stake in the
K i State con-
n Florida primary.
IHpubl:. N tielegotei
, Connaettcul oon-
Involvcd
Senator Robert A
T .no Gtneral Baanhrmrai In
the Texas lii-publicm eouvcntiou
and Benatari Richard itusseil
. i i K-tt\- Ki.rjuv.-r m the Florida
pi binary.
K' ntu. up <>
g|t VUa Praaidaat
.: i ej '.,t,... .'-. delegate
the Democratic presi-
dei Hal n.....in ition. Tho Bkssor-
..I organization fla-
winning almost all 22
ii.-lenate>.
\ hatile was under way
. v.i RepabUeang Mho
' lie National
Convention.
Ta(t won the hitlerly contested
tnrf round .if victory last night in
again*) the West. An IndlcaUon of Poned hBl cheduted departure for '--Ul r"< ,hl' ecatrol of Texas
'K'll was a line of 200 hel-l Ha,",v,"'v '"""". tO-nlgh1 i-. delegation. However Eisenhower
motgrj French gendarmes" lining ."jf1" ,n '"
the runway: through which Ridtf- Acr,e*on and Sehuman to
Constellation taxied to the " * mounttoi 1
nain terminal after setting down
II iiv ar
GMT r.r
Nrvvbolrf Takes
Oath Ak Panama
Governor
NEW YORK. May 27.
BrisStdi"- General John 11
s** bold. wiIIBTPirorn at 4 pun.
EST to- 1 rOvernor < Panama Canal zone. The oath
will be administered by Karl R.
Under Secretary of tho
Army at Pent neon Building.
Tne appointment of General
Newbold confirmed by tho
ok. He succeeds
Brigadier General Francis K.
Newcomer. I'.P.
The thiec ministers lunched to-
day with live other EI>C Fop
Ministers and Informally discussed
what action the Soviets i .
Acheron according to informed
quarters reassured the
French that the door Is still open
to more talks with the Soviets des-
pite the signing o| i
with Germany and the European
Army Treaty .r.r.
MrS iff CA \k /V./v./y/v
Will MEET ill in
from Our Own Cnor>i>
PORT-OP-SPd N
The y of the In-
i.l Society ol Sujm: Cam
held in
11 \
all over the world attending tho
parley will visit Mner erne
plantations m .lamai. a, Barbados.
Bntlsh Guiana and Trinidad.
Dportan laid Ihaj may lake the
fight all to Chicago.
i were (irmly In con-
Bkato RapuhUean organ-
ization as Eisenhower hopefuls
n n bid after bid to
win seats in the Toxal
Which Will meet to-day to chexwo
tho State's 38-mtm deleRiitlon to
I Convention,
waa alao battle, in the
. i.inks in Texas as pro-
Truman delggattons from 27 coun-
it of the pal '>'.-
Btate Convention. This assured
u pro-Truman bolt from the con-
and two Texas
delcssLlom at the National Con-
vention. The State Credentials
Committee, ruled that pro-Tru-
man delagjatea should bo seated.
primarv provide.1 a re-
-----1 I'tisscll and Ke-
i.uvei the ngixUdataa
for the Democratic presidential
i Ruaaall who defeated
Kafauver In an earlier popularity
rnnry in Florida on May
i.-I tii win 2" of
the 24 Florida delegates elected
i-i i<>-day's ludlotting.I'.r.
Russians Renew
Berlin Blockade
BERUN. Miiy 21
The Russians barred United States.and British military
police patrols from th main .super-highway linking Weft
iny and Berlin in what may be the prelude to a new
Berlin blockade.
However Soviet border guards did not Interfere with
other Allied and German traffic travelling in both direction!
along the 110-mile Autobahn across the SOViel /.one. The
regular United States military morning train from Frank-
furt In West Germany rum arrived in Berlin without
U. S-A rgen tine
Wool Trade
Rose In March
(Bj M \iiitv W I it INTO)
lay 27.
share
* (iuar-
i),-
ports ol tjreen
.'
Inn 'arch doubled OVOV
,ve al-
WHIPPORAVH xcors their llrt soal igaUMt PeUca
Clnb yetttrgay
Whipporay^ srea tbe (sbm ~ 3- (Kee pigs 7).
Mexico Finds Cure
House Pass
Third Parties
Insurance Bill roi* Cattle Disease
incident.
Telephone
Lines Gut
In Berlin
BERLIN, M
Communists cut telcpl.
miinicalioii.s between East and
BRH. C.EN. JOHN NEWB4ILD I West llerlm and 17 long distance
~"^"^~^"~ I linen betuccn West Berlin and
s* h 4 f *-._, e. c* Is _i Wnrt Oarmany on Tuesday. Elifht
HO.-\lIUlltC " ,Iu-^ (Kim > tAlntim.
B\ Res<'Ue IMane
] cations betwaen Wa i
I West Germdiiv wer- not
I It appeared to he the first blow
i | Part will, the Western
Allie. ve-terday Went Berlin.
no miles Inaloa thi s
feared a renewal of the near para-
i blockade Of 1948-49.
IJONDOH. May 27.
A Bi
four-motor Hermes Aircraft which
erashed In French West Africa
. waa sighted bv a rescue
nrdinit to a BOAC spokes-
He said a B.O.A.C, Argonaut
I over the reported scene.
forced-la tiding
: ol Port Btttnna
had spotted the plant BarUalU
buried in some soft ar.>
nasjad.
The cm of tlie Argonaut re-
-M-livlty"
around the ptgDi
1'in'it crewmen and ten passengers
lafl LonJan on Sunday
en route to Logos, Nigeria. But
'of casualties if any are
.oown.t'.F.
Earlier to-dav Russl-n tKirder
guards again barred Allied military
patnli f i "in I
only highway link wii;
tio noli- road to <
Pi
ists had b< '' bdimid
M I) H and May 17. hut
since than I troubled.
To-day as liefore. Rusm
en. expl li i action.
A rivili.oi freight and passenger
tiafflc on (be hlghwaj 'ill flowid
normally.*"
This action neverthc!>
I the Urst of what may
rlM of retaliatory
id Kst German i I
troaty sign-
w. *ern Big Three and
jn nrday.
Allot! authorities adopted a
attltudi toward fcfca
thai the Soviet n.y
th 1948-49 total
H Merlin.
one i i fore 'Jus month
police
thi -o|.r hi, -. f \Rlt
[ted the ban on May 17,
The ncu ban also
name only a f*w hour- altar the
Communist Batt German govern-
i t had ordered
. i>f the border be-
West Germany
i 'tilling measures ....
I further Infiltration of
.(nts. spies and

United military potiee
I a lien they
;t.00 a.m. (3 ..i: KST I
thatr regular round
l' lit the highway.
quipped
with two-way r.
speede|. and aid any
n dlatiaaa,
Id
I bird ,.t Helm-
Berth ehecfc points
for refusing
II Lhc pnvloui occasion
I latsj hsil
A. war* Il-
legally sending armed patrols
along the highw> tl.r.
THE House of Assembly ya-
terduy with hut little debute pats-
Hill to make provisions for
tiM protection ol Thiid Parties
gainst risks arising out of the us*
T motor \<
Notice of this Bill was given ost
Deeembei 18 and It was read a
Brat time on January 8. On
January 13 the Bill was read a
eoimd lime and leferred to a
Select Committee. The Select
Committee reported back to th*
yesterday but marie no sub-
stantial chunges.
aetl and reasons read:
The ihii aeaki la apply to this
island the principle of compulsory
Insurance against third-party risks
out of the use of motor
vehicles on public roads and lb
baasd on similar Irgi.Liium exls'-
iog in UW United Kingdom, Brltash
Guiana and Trinidad.
. Clauses 3 and 4 make it un-
ful for unvone to use a motor
vehicle on | puhln RMd with.iut
l-'ing insured against liability fin-
ing death or bodily injury to
any person by the use of such
vehicle. Provision is also nude
in Clause 4 to enable hospital' to
frem the Insurer expenses
reasonably tneurred in treating
Injured pereoua, A iknttei pro-
Vanon is contained In ci.him 19
cover the fees of medical
pracUUonan who r.-nder emerg-
ency treatment to persons tnjure id accidents
I'lider the provisions of
Clause 8 eveiy driver of a motor
vehicle is required to produce a
certificate of nturanaa to a con-
stable on request, but ff he fulls
to do so. he is allowed a furl he
period of five days frnni the data
of the request In which to produc
it to a police station.
4. Clause 9 enables a thlrt
pally to recover from an insurer
the amount of any judgment In
may obtiin, notwithstanding thai
die policy may be voiri; celled, and Clause 10 provides
that in the event of an nisureil
person becoming Insolvent, hut
rights against the insurer shall t<
ti waft rrcd to and vest in the thlr
party. The remaining clauses of
uie ihii contain various detailed
provisions for implementing th
principles of the Bill; for ex
# On page 6.
lli> PAUL HAWKINS)
MEXICO Cl IV. V
Mexn.m livestock Industi
tcriiHtioii.il meet
tost lube vfctoi . ver hoof and tnoutl
Unitexl Stateg ope.
shipments, it will mark for the fli
that vaccines ha*
"


Speak*r To
Represenl
ITdosAlCIVA.
Keds Attack
U.N. Positions

Con-ii..ini'.t kuUnuanM o all
efl the western front while theli
-
noM maji i
Beds sent 300 mm again '
hill SO miles north of
the heed ol iha traditional route
thiontth tlie Uljongbu Corridor,
GiKhth Aino hi-ips ware on Iha
lltli ell ..cross the IN
Qajna in I
rspened it"- liffi eenuli
than 2.000 roinMls "f tmmunltlon
Tlien ml i'
bdilci Allied
I
I bach.
100 LejaajM
The attack cost (he lteds at least
100 i ,-isualtles.
Five similar probes were thrown
liiick with hoavi l;.
United States Marines of the First
Dnislun weie guard ol
the western sector but i .
would nut permit an announce-
ment as to when hi I
votved in lo-darl Ochling.
Patrols were rniiKing oil., no-
man's laial lagt nigtit and earl)
to-day run into froup of Com-
muulsts as large as sixu
West of Chorwon a United Nationi
patrol aiubii l.i-d l:.-i
killed five in ,i twenty minute
light.
Fifth Airfor.e bghi.r Uimbcn
truck again t Con
line bunkers and ieur an
port and supply.
ind im.nth infi I I
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Russian Air Force Is A Threat
NEW YORK. May 27. I this I nl
Ol the An- Fo
Thomas Finlciter said Tuesday'i writinp li
that sV"i Russia "ill be able to Aviation Age Magazir.'
jling and long range atomic ca;.
posiibl>

that even under
I-.' jigain't the Hussians
He said by 1954 the Red Air
I II probably outnumber
Of the North
Treaty Organization by
"al-out three to two" in the tactical
field while lonji range bombers
capable of atomic bombs v;l!l
/Yarn // Threatens Mussed
Attack On U.N. Forces
PANMUNJOM. May 27.
. Tho Communists thieatened to unleash their 1.000.00U-
man army in North Korea against the Ki.'li'h Army of the
United Nations in retaliation for the RXhUed "nut
of Red prisoners on Kojc Island. North Korean G"
Nam II, senior Red deU-Katr delivcro-i 't' ].,. i il.n
ol renewed lull-stale bloody warfare In Korea since the
truce negotiations began last July.
He told iha i
masses of North Knieans and
Boy Did Lc-fiaont*
With Hulle, Iir beg
LONDON. May 2T.
A 13 year old boy who did no*
..nut to get his friend In trouble
*al stoically througti morning
version at school yesterday a no
then staggered home to tell his
mother he hud l*en sho.
The bullet had been fired ac-
cidentally from an old German
pLitol brought to school by OJH
of Edward Wilson's classmitet.
The desk cover hurriedly
slammcl dowm avrr the pistol,
caused it to ftr. The st-rtled
teacher c could not find the bullet
one injured. At the noon races*
however. Mrs. Nellie Wilson
found that her son had w.ilked
h-df mile home with his troi
leg smeared with blood.
He said he did not want
say anything in school Ui-ai
there might he troubh
is plan to have 126 over half again as was taken to the hospital to havi
The Soviet Union possesses the wings' ready by mid 105S the, large as our strategic air convnandi the bullet removed.
against United States Air Force will face Is to-day."I*.P. C.F.
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The waning brought

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raan Brer. Oaneral v. u
Nuck..l- d<
threat. Majoi I
K H.ii 11 v
said it was "propagsridn".
Nam's threat came as Uw All
troops on the m
lOT ^ possible (!-
down i
Seoul, i
low i ii k 'i
Ihat 237 Hfd PTUm .
recently in camps-!:':
Archer
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They said thay ajovid i
iulv In" M/hUs tfnii I Don
army overrun North K
threatemxl th '.;
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"Hut seldom fniJ, riecfd In
U, Maarlar, I ...p^w ggaj
ii. Hill what rsarll} do
look fur in a eigarelle?'*
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in comfortable throat,"
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WEDNESDAY, M \. U ItM
Ccodb Calling
fat ihr
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V. I.A.
Film Board Chief
M, K)M VILl \NEUVA.
-.he Film Boaid
i Tiinldad and Manager of Re-
publn Pictures, returned io Trini-
nii Monday ever, mi: b)
n w i a nfier paying a short
lall ncre He v.
' the Hastings Hotel
Off To Trinidad
I HO kit Trinidad on Mon-
4 day evening by B.W.I A.
M II I Oov-
u! ILlll She bU HM t-
' | daughter Joai
.. ill
On Annual Vi.it
LI \vi\<; lor Canada via Trini-
M nday by B.W.I.A
was Mr. J C Kreindler Man-
nalng Dtractor "f Messrs. G. w
llutchinson and Co., Ltd anr
UM Modern Dress Shoppo Hi
has gone up on hit annual busi-
ness visit and is expected to be
bout two weeks.
On Business
LEAVING lor Trinidad on Mon-
day by 11 W.I. A on a busi-
ness vl^t wa Mr Wilfred Alston
of i^indvnpe". St. Tboma
, -s to b* away for about ter
Intrantit
J NTRANSIT from Haiti via
Antigua by B.W.I A on
Monday evening was Mr. A. Nor-
rtfl Hughe*. President of the
>.e Carib-
bean Tourist Association which
meeting he had just attended
After brief stop at Saawell.
Mr. Hughes left for Trinidad on
<> Grenada. He said that
the headquarter! of the Touris*
Don have been moved
: MM t" AMigua and it
is contemplated to move them to
'
"
Mr. Louis Law has been ap-
pointed r '.or of the
itlon.
Back From Antirua
MR. ALG1E SYMMONl.S cM
.if The members of th.- Em-
pire Sports Team which pla\ed a
aeries of names in AnUgua, arriv-
ed hero on Monday by B.W.I.A.
:fter what he described as a pleas-
ant lav in the island
The Manager. Mr. J K. T
(Iranekei und other members of
the Team have gone on to St
Kitts wheie they will spend a
'hort time before returning home
Beit Place
MR. GUST A V PABST. Jnr.. >.t
Washington, DC, arrived
on Monday by B.W.I.A Yta
Antigua '.ir i month"* holiday
vrhlch ha
t the Ocean vr* n..n'
. Mi Pabst who is paying hu
ajcond visit to the Island said
that it is the best place he knows
He came here four years ago to
pew) "n<- Oft] and eventually
spent thirtv-onr.
En-Route To U.K.
IR C. J- SONG HURST,
Home From Korea
I
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M-iaadoa to as* hu (auu* u
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N. |. RiNh alii
Miss Biork refuses
DLOMM 8*iulsh n;m
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I sutndbfm* bau..
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MWliX
Thf oflir wan :.. appear
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Church
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Advertising Manager of the
British Amerkan Tot a ,:i
Biny in l.onilon, Engt.n
l>\ 11. W I A
lot Trinidad and Jamaica on his
i home. He was here
hu ,i bu<-i | u/aa. stav-
ing at the Ocean View Hotel.
Spant A Month
LEAVING for Trinidad on Hon-
da] by B.W.I A intr.msi*
for British Guian-, were Mr and
eon wWafH and ttoaft
little sun Gerald Tru-y had spent
I at their
-. aside raridanct H.i..,:r.il:ii
Wi>ithing Their ether son Peter
who had come ovei with thiin. hu
returned to school at the Lodge.
Mr. W.Uems It a Director of
Willems Timber .nul Trading Co
Ltd
With Barclayi Bank
AfTER spending three weeks'
holidai m Barbados, Mr.
U J Brown left on Monday
evening i H W I A for Trinl-
. ,
Oman*, where he i employed with
Whil. hire he was staving at
hiK.ru... B ek)a> Beach
Buiineaa ^nd Pleasure
MR A H DcLIMA. Diietloi
of Ah'honsi n U,. Lin,..
I. ..
dos, return -, Monday
watujM .!'' vih! hare
on busine*^ cnupled ftth pleasure.
Ha was accompanied by Mrs
IX- Llaaa. Tluv mam quests ot
Mrs. A .'.

After Thrde Month*
AFTER kpeitdnig iheie months'
holiday here, Mis* Agatha
Sri> and Miss Cynthia Sealv re-
turaad to Trinidad on Monday by
11.W.I A. They were staying
with Dr and Mrs W. L Wood-
ing of "WlniviUe", Black Rock.
They had come over to be present
at the birth of Mrs. Wo,Hii,,Ks
'by.
Spent The Week-End
MR O. H JOHNSON of
Johnson\ Huttunerv who
rai in Trinidad for the week end.
returned home on Monday morn-
Ini i . n w i a
lur.iig |
, ,hL?V"Gr-
,.", "" ' UAA.
vuibM tv i,ud
l"s, J,.* i
'o Um island and is stayi-J La
M On Long Leave
R AND MRS
er Janet arnvvu bare it\ Monday
for the United k.ngd.
Mr Thomas who is wt'h Bar-
clays Bank in Antigua b
long Itavg
Grenada Weddina
*IS HABKL
MeNeilly. ;. n d clerk to the
GmuMta Building dn,i Loan
p1-M^ Kenneth D 1-,
Eiurtiah pianution engineer resid-
ent in British Guiana.
While the ceremony was a,
Quiet and luwt\
i.umber of fn, |
wtahera of Lhe bride witneasetl '
bf the Itevd Adam Thompson.
alssnuit .reaUon of
Upper satin, was give.
Mr George MrNeiiiv.
Prank B,.eg.
"' Uu* ** ' Guiana,
acted as beitman.
Then- weie no bridesmaids but
the briap's sister >
aifceruiaiHc u th. vowa were
;ed.
htaoaymountng at Quarantine
.v.itmn. Mr. Pennycook leaves this
*eea-end for B.C., 'o be loined
later by his wife
^u'lla McN'elllv left the
Itland en-mute to w*(ie;.
goes to meet the family of her
nance, a Welsh Fusilier stationed
here d u r i n ,: .,
i i
While The Sun Shines
BIOBM whai this *aai
will btingT It may be blister-
A tot monthj on end.
Ihe weather. ooitM
1 for the not sunshiny
.He ui Minbuin. which
is a very different story lo aun-
ti.M. With such I u ii in tlimat..
It is a problem. A brilliantly h"t
tin, ,'in i> aaaQ) ffHvwt m
delight us by appearing after
IHTiod Then off come'
OUT suits, and into Hie lightest,
scantiest frocks we scamper, to '
it m the sun. And, in less time
than ll lakes for me lo write.
dn is bumed, and the
misery begin*. It may not be
noticeable at once, the Joy of
relaxation in the sun's rays
makes us "sun happy". But next
day. even the same evening
the akin can irritate, hum. and
look, so ugly red!
Be Prepared
When the weather encourages
don your clothes, rub a
Dtaa idiion or cream Into
all the parts that are to be ex-
POM-.1. There are so many op the
maraskt to-day that *OU
them from any chemist or
beauty counter, and choose
liquid or cream as you prefer.
if ymi like, use pan-
ke-up for jour faie.
Tbal staves off sunburn, but it
doe* not encourage tanning, Ba-
ll you lubricutc the
fata wilh cream first of all,
a thing to do to
I -kin Study Your Skin
Skins vary so considerably
!;mnun: process differs
dr them It Isn't easy to deilnu
your own skin, but you should
watch it carefully lo work out
1'iir own particular Of is it "extakc".'
Under the first layer uf scaly
. ...i. ki.i ' n I'j.ineri i .. >,
i io -kin which con-
tamg the blood
(at oells and other pigment.*
which are the decisive factors on
which we determine our ability
to tan. If the pigments are
evenly distributed you will tan
evenly. The girls who poaanpl
skins of medium colour and
thirknets. must take their sun-
bathing mm. rautiously. Those
of you with more delicate skins
have to guard auainst over-ex-
posure and take sunning very.
very careful 1> The thin, sensi-
tive skin that burns so easily
should be sun-bathed under a
sun*hade, which does not make
it so brown, but yet doesn't get
red and uncomfortable, either.
Daily Lubricultnn
lie careful to follow Ihe general
rule, five minute: each R&g U>
l-egin with, with OUMntebed
arms so that the sun nets lo the
undersides, increasing the dose
with each time. You can, of
course, sunbathe three ox four
limes j, dayand eventually
Just lay in the sun nil day. But
if you want to get really brown
HM need for oiling und creaming
pcisisu the whole time The
more the oiling the browner the
i>kinand the oil does save the
skin gelling dry ,m,i shrivelled.
If you have been sunning
'"u"T no liaighl in i Ii th<
face wild soap and water, don't
tk. a b .in boon* i fou
naa tool I roan race......I
wnn until you Ravi |Ultg ioolrd
ll foi y.mr bath
! '1 dl "U .nOOS 'ambler straps
tnnii the woru k hoi you in-
tend to suntan swan (Ive minutes
n the mn n h irk
ml they |ust stay there for a
).>nc time KgUUttmi their cot our
with the rest cf ifi( body, and
don l, alas, catch kip Left toon
to need more oil than any other
part of the body its a good
rub ml |n ,. -
I, ,
1 KB II km thai
i ooth, -iit.nv unosiranee.
Lust Hints
Your legs have to look good
wtkOB they are so Inngthilv ex-
ied to all and aundi -
t^iz has to be ellmina'ed.
Shaving isn't wise. It hardens
ne hairs nnrt makes tln-in Bow
coarse. You can use the rream
rornovora thai ire an
the under arms Maybe you'd
prefer thrm. The, .no certainly
to u.-r Wl n (he hairs
^how slims of reappearing lust
repeat the treatment.
A last warning-do wear dink
Uaaaai i the .im's gjare T lOJ i'
make you feel more comfort-
!" , M 'bey WHI prevent]
wiinkles around the ayag Take
'hem WT while you i,the. ra
ma, but only for wlnl-
to ii.-vi-nt gatUna white "eiown
Ive | ircles. And bow ittra,-
liTO the sun glasses uw) Thev
can add gn ii
summertime beauty.
Listening Hums
..is
Tlir N.* 4 ID p,n) The
iop B-,s.P I "( "P* On;hirn
p m Think on Ttw^ Thiin. s *s
v m Bporu ii,-. .lap und *"
P.raitr T OS p m Thr Kr.
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THE HOLMOAYS.
womens 11H.1H kmi aaaca hats......
MAIDS WIDE HKIM LEGHORN ............
MAWS STRAWSWhile & Coloured
HOYS SAII.IIK STRAWS.....
MEN S TRH.RV STRAWS: Creom. (irev, Tun
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DIAL 4220
YOUR SHOE STORES
DIAL 4606
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THE TUBBY
HUBBY g&*
DIET ^f
-based on H> propocittofi
that louod kusbands tlill
dcs-iv. a >qua< RwaJ
By Hrrn.irJ Hu-ksued
nil .! \ um\ \a>ir
r tSa tnaaiUnaaar ..I iu mat
it, T-i. SHKatta' An-
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STSraSd To Krlp OM"l, -ill ^
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nave '
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WE HAVE IN STOCK:
Packages Tenderie-if Tea '. Blue'Cros* Tea. Nectar
Kardomah Tej. Uptons Tea, Heel Roae Tea.
IVa. Instant Chase & Sanbome Coffee. Maxwell
Also
rlnlunaj Ctaoeotate, Ttl% H' Choioia-.o.
:e..rge Payne Cocoa. Trys C-'
irriers With I'a Now
JOII\ II. I \M OH A SO\S LTD
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a OniMn
r -vhacsaner
rest ortntlpkr u bat i u
fr lor a snfa Ui aiake
lit-r rviu.u: aui ONTMifht
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VKNCKANCE V.AU.EY (Burt Lancaster)
und
FOLLOW THE SUN (Glenn Kurd)
OPENING TOMORROW 5 & 8.30 P.M.
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CDN'KSDAT. MAY 2*. 1952
RIRRADOS ADVlH \Tl
PACI iiikii
'our Hong
Long Police
ret Medals
tour George Meoals arc among
artls to member* of the Hong;
IE and Federation of Mal-
Police Force announced in
> fi QHlNi. Two ot lb*
dais are awarded to Detective
>-Inspector Jame* Hidden and
lective Constable Chu Fook
I Colonial Police Medal fur
li-i'-i> it awarded to Police
Utable Chan Slk Wah. All arv
nibvis i,l the lion* Kon^ Polteo
n September, IttO. a police
ty visited a hillside hut In the
s* Territories where an armed
ttf was in hiding. As the police
cached. the gang opened Ure.
ing one constable Under lire,
Iden went to the help of the
ft constable, and later placed
elf in front of the Divisional
s-rintendent when the latter
I fired on from concealed well
Cards away.
ii Fook. single-luuidod.
ileil cornered bandit who
d point-blank at htm and then
d to hurl a hand grenade.
i dci.vtivo attacked, wounded.
disarmed the bandit.
Cau aik Wah had a oullet-
! vest badly damaged by a
let flred at close range, but
led to cover the Divisional
rintendent throughout the
l The citation concludes.
I imperturbable demeanour
constant *mile under Are wen*
example in the highest tradi-
nf valour and devotion to
*orgc Medals are also
J-ded t<< Police Kemjii Tan
I Slew, aged 19. a National
!iceman, and t special con-
e Won Armon bin Wan
laf. 24 both of tin Federation
Malaya Police Force.
'.hi Aim.in m .1 member of
Slice Jungle Squad of nine
rming routine patrol on an
U' m Sungel Siput, Perak. on
ttry IS when the petrol was
shed by about 2.1 bandits.
Iof the patrol were killed
ght and two others seriously
Hied by tht. initial burst of
i The three unwounded mem-
Of me patrol fought off the
sgement. after three of them
i been killed, two by Wan
kn.
ft November 23. 1951. on en-
ftnent took place between
|e and bandits in the Reugam
t gun, Tan Tien Sicw was left
fcld off a bandit attack while
Platoon Commander withdrew
organise a counter attack.
Tin Slew, who had had only
n months' service, wan
tided in the leg but fought off
sited assaults, inflicting heavy
bltics.
On page 7.
TODAYS news hash
CELLOPHANE PAPER
JOHNSONS STATIONERY
\\l \Rl SEI LINO OCT
hi; STOCK OP
W IN DOW QL ASS
A Bargain lor Builder*
JOHNSON'S HARDWARE
"As i-ommuntirr-iii-.-hlrf of if
(*me iii
BrilUh Home
i.Ju/.s .... alrtod
ii. h(>\ in itlJ ion ('nil ii*r
hrine manufactured m btfaoa."
Iood.ni l>|iiM> Service
Labour Welfare House Pass Temporary
Fund Collects $2m. Bill For Puisne judge
flit." Uu......I a_aa^VI_. --- '___________I n.H
In The House
Yesterday
vi- ... Ha
Mar. law
UM Cinirrii"! i.i thr I
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The Nizam:
4 Gourmet
BOMBAY, May o.
la Nizam of Hyderabad,
sin Ali Khan Bahadur, la in
! respects abstemious and
|-li-ted. but he cannot bear
fling his "economy first" atti-
to his food
fty taxicabs were waiting for
metal chartered plane when
arrived in Bombay from
rabad today to carry his
tasters. 30 basket* of poultry
two score potfuls of water
In from (he sacred tank in
Capital.
*H-'inht-year-o!d Osman All
It well, and his physicians
led a change of climate.
fen All thought of going to
Berland. but since none of
celebrated ancestors have
it.i 'he ";i: :h> Nl/um s.iid
fll always rather follow the
ions of my forefathers than
the Indian Ocean".
he came to Bombay, where
weather is torrid and sticky.
Osman All Khan, despite his
fmoniou&ness, refuses to eat
ping that has not been pre-
sly sampled by his official
- tasters. He brought there-
a round dozen of them with
Kcover, the Nizam has never
water from any source
f than his favourite tank
Mir A am tank in Hydero-
jCity. He therefore had no
lative but to charter
plane to Bombayand
300 on itto carry the
DM grtsa ,. p
Km
inn
Annual Hrpxit i>I thr !-u;iii
n*nl .il Scientr And Aarirultur*
("r Ihr .tvir lftn 'I
foil Ofllcr AdvuncHt d pa>-
"n-ni ol ".......v Maw to >
M'Kh. IM1
Thr r>ill.-v "
KrSfl
RMoiuMnn lo plKcr Ihr run* ul
*' -**" M Um !
mor-ln i.
IMS tt.
"'Il I E * tWn IB. UlB
SussdpmaaMri bltrnafM, i.--m.
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Mr. F. L. WAJ.COTT. (L) in IntraduotBg a Resolution
in the House of Assembly yeslerrlay evonlog i> .ipprnve th<
Sugar Industry (Rehabilitation. Price Stabilisation antl
labour Welfare) Order 1952. on which money will be raised
on ihis year's crop, disclosed that the Labour \V Ifare Pund
collected $2.2l0.rHri of which $1,013,271 w added m l!i:.
alCAft. The Resolulion was passed.
The schedule to the Order *--------------- ------ '
states that there shall be ralseo
(al on aU sugar manufactured In
this Island during the year
one thousand nine hundred
and Arty two a levy at the
rate of thirteen dollars and
twenty cents per ton;
(b) on all fancy molasses manu-
factured in this Island nurinr
the year one thousand nine
hundred and fifty-two a levy
at the rate of thirteen dollars
and twenty cents per three
hundred and thirty wine gal-
lons.
3. All moneys received by the
Sugar Production and Export
Control Board by way of the levy
raised under Article 2 of this
Order on all sugar and fancy
molasses manufactured during the
year one thousand nine hundred
and fifty two shall be paid by the
said Board to the Sugar Industry
Capital Rehabilitation Reserve
Board, the Sugar Industry Price
Stabilisation Reserve Board and
the Govarnor-1 n-Exacuttvc Com-
mittee In the following propor-
tions:
(a) to the Sugar Industry Capital
Rehabilitation Reserve Board
at the rate of four dollars and
eighty cents per ton in re-
spect of sugar and at the rate
of four dollars and eighty
tents per three hundred and
thirty wine gallons In respect
of fancy molasses;
(bl lo the Sugar Industry Price
Stabilization Reserve Board
at the rate of six dollars per
ton In respect of sugar, and
at the rate of six doUars per
three hundred and thirty wine
gallons in respect of fancy
molasses;
(c) to the Governor-in-Ex ecu live
Committee at the rate of two
dollars and forty cents per
ton In respect of sugar, and
at the rate of two dollars an 1
forty cents per three hundrcn
and thirty wine gallons In re-
spect of fancy molasses.
In moving .he passing of the
Resolution Mt. Walcott gave fig-
ures showing the position of the
respective funds. These dielose>i
that the Rehabilitation Reserve
Fund collected *3.300.000 betweer
1B4T and 1931. and of that M*a
$3,100,000 was spent. The Pric
Stabilization Pund stands al
$3,952,000. while the Labour Wei
fare Fund realised *2,210,645 of
which amount $1,013,271 was col-
lected In 1991.
Of this $800,000 allocated froi
the Labour Welfare Fund to Pla\
ing Fields. $147,525 had bee
spent to the 81st March last
On the Housing Loan, thfl
amount realised was $980,000, and
the amount advanced was $874
917, Of which $98,160 has beet-
repaid.
HI PUnl*tion to unall i>ul.
i .in<>idiirr .iih wtllnix 12 01
is (JiMiiiKi* Commit Im A Pi.
1 ilSVl -12
vculivp (Vtmiiiittrr lAmnid-
-ill' Acl. !M
Rracrfullon I" NlbarkM thr r<
ikIIHim itum Col'iiiUI U*V*luf>
I ana I
,ill Ini
ich <>1hr m
uprllns tin- SM
. | ..',
Ill* Plna PlaoUlHHi -nd UUIrlcl
ASTlrulTul-l SIdIIoii*
Thr Houm- iw.-rt m Bill lo
make proMiiom lor thr protec-
tion or TliUd I'irui'- iisuli*1 rlrka
.irltlng "' ' ,h ' "'- "i"l"i
-lelf- iM for t)nHMM inrKli-n-
" *>a
1MUTM-
Hufar liid -
try (ItohabiiiiiiiMW. Pr' wi-*-i
/.urn, iii.il 1-Swjt Wrllx.
Oidrt. l3 ii"i' 0
IUM ui -
Irr thr orovuion. ul KCliotll 3
Mi il. ..i tha Rufki
.
-.lion and Labo-ir WrIUrri
Act 19*7 il4T--i>'
Th-> llouw i,.c*pt*d th i
mH
THE HOUM "1 Assembly yfsiti.lay paWCfl B I*'11 '
matte further provision in respect of the appointment ot
Puisne JudRo.
In ihe objects and reasons of the Hill, it Is Mintsd QUl
that tht1 Chid Judge -mil Crown Law Officer [Additional
.lutl^i'i Act, 1951, was tn provide foi the temporary appoint
ment ol a puisne jud H lh< Chief Jud
with the large outataridina; volume "1 arork In the Superior
Courts. This need siill exista and the present hill therefor
seeks to extend the operation of is Acl from JtUM ^;i) 1951
when it will expire to March ;il 1953
In addition, the opportunity h* thought tlu Bill was.ow \\\u-
h.Ls been taken to pnwkla Uun the was long ovardt*
pukoie jodg* shah h,iv- thi-sama iii-i.i.rtr., hould i
oiiaUflcatkaU as the Chief Judge- re^ersanlsad. lie was pi
Mr. Ii. II. Adam* vli>> un "
thu
tha
itndai
n ancs wimV Uv
use had given a f<"
s .tgo that the matter \<:
iHinidi-ratlon.
charfB lha Bill *aid that it
.i temporary one in which the
Chief Judge had asked that tin-
appointment should continue be-
aauaa lie still needed ignlstance.
Tui-v had (0 Btaka the appoint- r,.ji_i-i ,.
rnenl temporary because there He hoped Ihnl the Judu i..l A.
was a Select Sonwdttaa which '">""""" '" ^.j-m....-1 n
was considering the change under ^jdar would '^^"J^^-"
the Judicial Act, but owlof lo his prehens.ve to make UW "E?'
as regularly as they would have "> Court nf Appeal -hould be
liked. They were however going "
ahead with the matter now unti1
thr time came when they had I i
appoint this tr-mporary ladge.
tt'iulcd
llr said Hint there w,is provialoti
nuda in the Act that the person
appointed should have the neces-
sary qua I ill eat ion* to nuke him
suitable for the post of Chief
Judge from the point nf viSW <>i
years. The person appointed
should bo as qualified as the Chici
Judge. He therefore moved that
the Bill lie read a second turn
foi !- beneAl r tha
lUrabla member who hud lul is'
S*, h; woul'l y 'hnt hl In
l Uon wm not in order. Tli
urn. had (MLnltely GOCna whr
there wi nead f'>i tha appoint
ment uf a Puisne Judge.
Mr ?. B, S. Lewis (LI said that
waatn lha Bill drst eaaw i<> ttv
Ibnise. he enquired about build-
,ng a new court mi th.it BOtto
fudges could sit simultaneously
he felt that
faellltate matters.
Mr. M. C. Coa (LI seconded.
Mr. K. a Harp (D said that tu
would like to ask the leuder uf tho
House ir the Government was
s;iti*Jk-d tii;it Uie alms and object.*
of BOS maasurS were really being
achieved. As far .is he could
understniui. when the Puisne
Judge was sitting, ihe Chief Judge
was away and they were really
not dealing with the large out- uolug to appoint some one lo the
ftandlns volume Of work whuh job, it seemed as if they were
was set out in the Obfect and tblowing some aspersions at the
In the present Bill h. aald thai
.tub-clause two had stuled thai the
Putsna Judge should have Ui
ma qvaUfkastoni h 'he ciiiri
.liidiie. If this had l>een inserted
in tba tlrst Bill it would have been
ui: right, but If they wen aKUffld<
in* the Bill now that they
AMENDMENTS
ACCEPTED
The House of Aaaainbh.
day aSORDl H I 'iments ol
i i luncfl to the Bill
pertaining to the Consular Con-
\ IMt.
KeBsutib of the Bill.
He hoped his information w;ts
wrong and if so. he would ap-
i Ihe Government inwn-
bar of the House would tell him
O, l*eople whose business brought
them day by day lo the law courts
i ..! told him that and he hoprn
it was wrong, because the Chief
Judge of the Island was getting on
in years and If then' wns a lot of
work to be done and he nvedeii
help he hoped he was getting II
' it the work was not
U-ing done, lhay would contimi'-
to Bat .i lull of that -on acaatn
year after year and he did no;
think they would get anywhere w
I...-, rate.
l.on Overdue
Mr. ('. B. Talma (L) said that
person holding Uie offlei That
was how il looked to him Some
night feel Unit tin. provision
'. ve been in the panrgUMgit
Bill
. ,. was itii-n. stvan It
' < I ic.iding and plined In
ComtnlUee through all it< stage*.'
VA Dtrflur I hum
MONTREAU May 27.
i' United states aouar w...
. in terms Canadian funds. On Mon-
ilay was down 1/32 from Friday'*
.lose that is, it took SOUS 7/16
**anadlan to buy % \ American, The
Bound sterling wua $2.74 11/16
Hown 0/|6 from Friday
fjrestonc
The Flrertone Super-Balloon
Tire, which runs on only 24
pounds of air. Increases comfort
and service of your ear by
absorbing road shocks and
bUfnjM In addition, you receive
grssater skid Protection with the
Skid Resitom in Uie Safety-
QHp Tread. Blowout Piotaetion,
waji new unproved Gum-Dfcp-
ping. and Long life with Fin-
tone's exclusive tread com-
^ling.
Jhc Jiihs wifJt SuilLin Qepundahiidif
Charles McEnearnev & Co., Ltd.
User art dns to UW scconuikMion of bod..,
unpunoss, il mrarri that yoar kidnevs
whiib ataoold betp to fitter -., id-
iiajMiiiliieant stnggish sad
need a osadtcsDe to tone them op.
Dc Witt'i Fills are Bpeciailr
prepares for Una eery purpose
They asm a cleansing: sad
aSjtepta. actMo oo the kidneya.
gaaBssag, and tomng tbem up so
asctialj that taw eitaJ orgsos awifUy
retarn to their normal fnncUon of Uraniq-
Xttr syMem of innMinoes
De Wrtt'a Pills hae been widely usnt
all ortr the world with gTeat succen
This M amply ronfirmed by manr thankful
Irttera sent tu ui by people who longed (or
lelief from rhenmsbc pauia and found it
after ir^ng De Witt's Pilli. Why not
try them for yott( Uooble? Go to *-
rhernist and obtain snpply right sway
De Witt's Pills
>r ntt iptoftlif l*r
BACKACH
LUMBAGO
SCIATICA
JOINT PAINS
RHEUMATIC
PAINS
OUR GUARANTEE
De Witts Pill, are
made <*&-% uticUr
hygieni' ronditioni
aad the ingredients
all conform to rigid i
HandArda of punt?..
DE WITT $ PILLS
for Kidney and Bladder Troubles
WATCHES
ttaaat, MTfeCL or
t IIROMI1M
MimIpU for ladles or aents
FI'LLY CirARANTFim !
1ft A 17 Jewels
A u tradei-fiil new rangn wu
BaaSW *t Dutstandina prices
Today il your Jewellers
Y. lit LIMA
A ro.. i i n
10 niti iad ST aad at
M \KI\i; GARDENS
SHOI'I'INf (IMBI
iiTOS.CA
4711" Eau de rolopne comes from Cologne on
Rhine; it is now again obtainable in the original quality, made
I Uogj -. ihe famn.ii and secret fmmula tmce 1*92.
7**&
TH: DIFFERENCE!
YOU CAN
TAKE ADVANTAGE
OF OUR
RENTAL SERVICE
OF
CUTLERY, GLASSWARE
AND EARTHENWARE

WE ARE STOCKED WITH
A FINE ASSORTMENT
OF THE ABOVE LINES
THE CORNER STORE


II\KH.\I><>- ADVOCATE
til UM ID V> M 11
UH
Cahih Ca^n/9
y I deK, FHAMPTOrf. A*ri

er u

'
U on sj
\ntigua oil Mon-
ti I A.
Film Board Chief
Ml TOM V1L1.ANEUVA
Ptes. i Ltoatu
n( TniJdad and Manager of He-
Kbllc Pictures, returned to Trim
i on Monday evenlnK by
!i W I A. after paring a short
.imI (icr*. He was lay-
ing I the H.i.iincj Hotel.
Off To Trinidad
IE WOtO tof Trinidad on Mon-
: In* by B.W.I A
:
ernroenl IULI. She baa gene U
MTi daughter Joan
. ill.
On Annual Viiit
L\i; for Canada via Trim-
dad on Monday by D.W.I.A
was Mr. J C Kreindler Han-
oi Messrs. G. W
., and Co., Ltd and
the Modern Dress Shonpc He
up mi hti annual busi-
ness visit and is expected to be

On Business
LEAVING for Trinidad on Mon-
day by U W.I.A on n busi-
ness visit wa* Mr. Wilfred Alston
of "tjindicape". St. The.
i-xuectR to be awsy for about ten
Intransit
T NTBANSIT from Haiti via
Antigua by B W.I A on
Monday evening was Mr. A. Nor-
i- .-sklent of tho
Executive- Council -if the Carib-
liean Tourist Association which
mfrlinK hr had just attended
After a brief stop at Soawcll.
Mr. HuglK-s left for Trinidad on
Ids wav Ul QtfJkstta He said th.it
the headquarters of the Tourist
Association have been moved
from Trinidad to Anttgua '""' ''
,.(.|.,ii,l to move them to
[MCW y, i: tupst-nees
warrant 11
Mr. Louts I-aw has been ap-
pointed Ex., itive Wrectoi of the
A*ociatinn.
Back From Antigua
MR. ALGIE SYMMONDS. OH
of the mambers < tin- Em-
plre Sports Team which played a
series of names in Antigua, arriv-
cd here on Monday by B.W.I.A.
after what he ricMTibed * a pleas-
ant -lav in the island
The Manatfer. Mr. J. E. T
Branckei itnd other members of
hi- :..tm have gone on to St
Kltts when they will spend a
?hort time before returning home.
Bett Place
MB. CUSTAV PABST. Jnr. of
Waslu[:i"ii. I) C arrived
on Monday by B.W.I. A. via
u i month's holiday
which ha
at the Ocaan Vtw Hotel
.Mr Pabst who is paying tin.
second visit tn the island said
that it is I hi btal place he knows
He cam* here four years ago to
upend one day ana eventually
.: tv-onc.
En-Route To U.K.
MR. C. I, SONGHURST.
Advertising Manugcr of tho
British Amariean Tobecco Com-
pany in London, England, left on
gonday ranuu by B w i A
' Trinidad and Jamaica on his
He was here
on buainasi visit and was stov-
lag at tin- Ocean View Hotel.
ANITA S|0*K
No M **. efft'.
Miss Bjork refuses
11LONDE Swedish film
* settees Anita Bjork. who
kUpeared In the Swedish film
>I Strlndbers's Miss Julie,
hn- declined an offer to
tar In a Rank film tn
Bnglaa i
The offer was iu Sfjeeet
in The Long M
n MilK Shi-
In under
' if mak-- .< Mm :n
Stockholm for n An
rnpeaj
Home From Korea
| T. WILLIAM I JON
''urn I: -
fun try p
w5h?\ to. *** L'u Iath Mr i
vYll*!? i" 25!" Sm of Church
nt staying with Mr. W. A.
ford at PesrwQi, Mrnnr i
Church. r rl
U Jonea who ftp n otW moml-J
,' '"' 'rom Camj. R
.u!y; B covered some IT.OfH i
miiea lo gel hen- jj.
I
t|| and Port Arthur
Leaving Barbados ten. yean
'" " J01""' the i's -.
mvmi dsjrtng World War n a,
*pe with the Tturd Amy,
' General P
M the raawtiou oi
I live yean at Boston
rom the rnfutn School at Pun
iwnninn in Georgia and later went
t Uie F.. i ., Th,_d
Infantr. Uwuiun.
On his return to the U.S.A.
; -J"';' -signed to
'.'TMiany.
MVUitinf The Island
HS J R A UHANCH. wife
f., 'f0"1 An"'i un Monday
veiling by H.W t.A on n vl.Il
' '1 L""1!1 "P" ' "J'lnl ui
THE TUBBY
HUBBY a
DIET
-based on the proposition
that round husbands still
deserve a square rneai .
By Bernard Wickstted
& b". st" a'"
St Anns Fort, Garrison.
On Long Leave
VfH AND MRS U K
J?1.?*- ' daugsv
iigua for Rhort boltdai
lying i-.. ih. i
he United Kingdom ri., .
renee
Mr Thomas who is with Bar-
clays Uank m Antigua, is now <
Grenada Wedding
Spent A Month
LEAVING lor Trinidad on Mi
day by B W.I.A intransit
for British Gulan-i were Mr and
Mrs. Leon Wlllems and then
Gerald They had spent
a month's holiday staying at their
seiu-tde resident!.' "Rosamund". ...
Worthing Their other son P< t-
who had come over with them, ha: f<-r f...
returned to school at the Idge. are itarinj at the Si I,
Mr WiUems is a Director of Hotel.
Willems Timber .,.! Trading Co..
Ltd M
With Barclays Bank
AFTER spending three Hratte'
h.diday In Barbados, Mr .
i) .1. Brown l.'ii ..n MoiKla% \f,SS MAHKI. MrNKII.1V
i. B. W.I.A. for Trinl- iT* dad on a ttaeh to Brttlgh MeNellly. in,! ciPik lo the
Guiana when he is employed with ONnagfl Buihling ami Loan
1 Association, was lecenlly wedded
i S,\ :'' m Wn* sLBym aX '" "r- Kenneth D. prnnycoi*.
Rhond.. KockteBaMb English plantation enK.nee. psgld-
Business ^nd Pleasure " n British Guiana.
MR A It DeLIMA. Diieetoi w*'ile
of Al|-hiMi>, II D. lania, '.l''" ,,:'1 ssBipsg qi i ;. large
' ! i ..nd Barba- ''<"*'' at frisvo. and mm
dor, returned betM on Monday wishers of the bride wilneaeed
eveiiitu: an. ., Vlsit ban '< union which .
on business tuupled with pleasure. "V "he Revd. Adam Th(
paolad by Mrs The bride, strildng a charroin|
Of Urn u. Th wn guests of pfctura in an aha
I i Fmar of Maxwell, sihixr finUn. wag .
a*. ii U .. n" oncto Mr Caorga m.n-i.iiv..
After Ihrde Months while Mr. Frank B
AFTER .pending llieie monlh.-' ' Uw gTOOOl (umi British Ouiai
holiday here, Miss Agatha uru'd us heatmaii.
Sesl> and Miss Cynthia Sealy re- There were no bridesmaids, but!
'.i.-rned to Trinidad on Momlay by the bilde's sister, ShaUa,
U.W.I A. Thay were staying al^iulaiue a* the vo
with Dr. and Mra W. L Wood- oxehanged.
I"# o' "w'"vllle", Black Rock. HoneyinoonJiig at Quarantine
nay had come over to be present Station. Mr. I'ennycook leaves this
at the birth or Mrs. Woodlnga u.k-ond fur B.G to be loincd
Spent The Week-End Mis* Sheila McNeill* left the
MR. O. H JOHNSON of if laud m-route to Wnles wfttarg h.
Johnson's Stalionery who oe" ' mw"t the famil. ,,f
was in Trinidad for the week end. ""nee. u Welsh Fu .
returned home on Monday morn- hers during las
hi*; bv B W.I A disturbances.
VSfELL. They have
Y started me off on
the Tubb> Hubby diet.
They put me on n at
ftraajrfMt stEM M kao
day ..ad ..iurward.>
tried to tail bm 1 luoltefl
- grig.
The wltolc Otuig >* a
trick i an ar\ala
becaus.' thei or. .uti**i
They gu*e OK *nn'i
v.'ry aittiTnit iiuju the.
oreaaiast I get any oilier
day whin Thai .'ii
trying ! 4tt mi de


toast . '. .-
iilstk rolT
Rtafi -no wtkBie ulea,

Hubbv
.
notice .'i. I
ull e (iron-
ing so "hm uid liaodht>iii-
thii vouil lei lob '>n thi-
nims and i-ni tnou-*.kU :
ouunds vase.
>m it -i.
Aiail aga-n
Lunon passed off i
lullv I bad ii in the city
T
i M paper
ilido'l .heat
unless vou c-u osJl
ing w bave ih-
ia,(f i a bar
TlM- TuoOy Hubby O-ei
was deviasd by a lo oveicosoc the reioci
men to diet
rise principle is (tut it u
oe-;er for a wife to make
her relucutDi but
hutbwnil lo-e soi_
ra poundage without
1 Igsu 13 days Mva laa
:1 \ou 'la* H vou ran mi-
: agam. Well
ii man r i
I St 4111 III IWINI.
Oil I HI Ni/t
Mil VI HI HMtllSI
SstsJ
tnes
Who knows what thu yeai
will brlngf It may be blister-
i ..- on end.
Whatever ihi- weather, come
what may, you must be really
praparad for the not sunshiny
in nf sunburn, which
is a very different story to sun-
tan. With such a warm climule.
A brilliantly hot
D 10 easily auiace and
delight us by appearing after
n cool period Then off come-
our suits, and into the lightest,
BC-nti -t frocks we scamper, to '
sit In the sun. And, in loss time
than it Hikes for ma to write.
the -km is burned, and the
misery begins. It may not be
noticeable at once, the Joy of
in the sun's rays
makes us "sun happy". But next
day. even the same evening
the skin can irritate, burn. sod.
look, so ugly rod!
He Prepared
Whin the WMttfcBI encourage-
you to don your clothes, rub n
good suntan lotion or cream Into
.11 the parts lhal are to be ex-
pos.-d. There are so many on the
market to-day that you ran ge*
them from any chemist or
beauty counter, and choose
liquid or cream as you prefer
You can, if you like, use pan-
...ki make-up for your race.
That staves off sunburn, but it
docs not encourage tanning, es-
pecially if you lubricate tho
i<- with cream first of all,
which is a wise thing to do to
ave the skin drying.
Study Your Skin
Skins vary that the tanning ,>mceM differs
tot them. It Isn't easy to dcilno
your own skin, but you should
watch it carefuUy to work out
your own particular sun intake
or is it "cxtaki".'
Under the first layer of scaly
lop skin known as epidermis, we
sU have a true skin which con-
tains the blood vessels, nerves,
tat oells and other pigments
which are the decisive factors on
which we determine our ability
lo tan. If the pigments are
evenly distributed you will tan
evenly. The girls who possess
skins of medium colour anil
thickness, must take their sun-
bathing mnrr cautiously. Those
of you with more delicate skin*
have to guard HKulnst over-ex-
posure and take sunning very,
very carefully. The Ihin, sensi-
tive skin thai bums so easily
should be sun-liathed under a
sunshade, which does not make
it so brown, but yet doesn't get
red and uncomfortable, eithei
Daily Lubrication
Be careful lo IbUow lbs genera]
rule, five mlnutai each side to
i-egin with, with outstretched
arms so that the sun gets to the
undersides, increasing the dose
with each time. You can, of
lourse, sunbathe three or four
ilmos ii dayand eventually
Jug) lay in the sun all ><> Bui
II you want to get ieall> brown
the need for oiling and creaming
l>eisists the whole time. The
more the oiling the browner the
Kin and the ml ,U*' ,n> the
skin getting dry and shrivelled,
if yon have tun; sunning
don't lo straight in and wash the
race ayllh toap and water, don't
taki i bath hews* i inky you
".> teal i reasD fat s, sad
wail until you have lultg cooled
<>ll 101 ) OUT balli
Lai down those houldet straps
(row the word n ehan you in-
tend to suntan. Even Ovi minutes
in the sun will U ..... ihclr mark.
. nd they just staj there for u
long lime regulating their colour
vlth the rest of ihi bodl, and
don't, alas, catch ip i
to neod mure oil than any other
part of the body US a good
ill
UV
i)> iflar youi
bath, it gives yew skin thai
i oath, .itii v usM irance,
Last Hints
Your legs have to look good
whan they are so lengthily ex-
oosed to all and sundry, so anv
fugi has to be illmlfia'ed.
Shaving bm't wise. It hardens
he hairs and makes tht-m grow
coarse. You can use the
removers that are (penned for
the under sms llajns you'd
prefer them Thev are certainly
ra tags lo u s 9
show signs of reapr
repeat the treatment.
A last warning- -do wear dark
ylasses in the nin'l gjars Tbaj II
make you feel more comfort-
able, and they will prevent
wnnkies jvusm use ayaa, Take
them nff whilo vou sunharhe. h-,
S|l means, but only for ; while
U prevent getting white 'clown
hke" circles. And how .mr/ii-
t,vi the sun glasses are' They
i a great deal to your
Mnnmertime beauty.
Listening /fours
t, P in Tlir Nrw. 4 10 p.m. Thr
n ac v,.ii..i-.
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WEDNESDAY, MAY iK. IDS]
BVRRADOS ADVlX ITI
MCI iiii-ii
Four Hong
KongPolice
Get Medals
Four George Mexial* ai* amoiiK
* wards to member* Mf the Honit
Kong MiM Fict.i..... ol Mal-
aya Police Force announced in
May 6th I H*mmft bB*
1-omsIm finiMi. T. og the
medals are awarded to Detective
Sub-Inspector Janice Hidden and
Detective Constable Chu Fook
The Colonial Police Medal Cor
Gallantry Is awarded ty Police
constable C'ltku Slk Wah Ail arw
mwubeii of the Horif Kong Pol in*
In September. 1900, a police
party visited a hillside hut in the
New Territories where an armed
aan| was in hiding. As the police
approached, the gang opened Are,
killing one constable Under Or*.
Hidden went to the help ol the
dead constable, and later placed
himself in front of the Divisional
Superintendent when the latter
wa* fired on from n concealed well
IS yards away.
Chu Fook. single-handed,
i.n'Ued ,i cornered bandit who
llred point-blank al him and then
tried to hurl u hand grenade
The detective attacked, wounded,
and disarmed the bandit.
i-nau sue Wah had a DUllet-
proof vest badly damaged by a
bullet fired at clone range, but
helped to cover the Division*!
Superintendent throughout Un-
tight. The citation concludes.
"His imperturbable demeanour
nd constant smile under fire were
an example in the highest tradi-
tion of valour and devotion to
duty."
George Medals are also
awarded in Police Recruit Tan
Tien Siew. aged 19. a National
Scm.eman. and to Special Con-
Ma ble Wan Am ran bin Wan
Manaf. 24 both of tin Federation
ot Malaya Police Force.
Wan Amran was a member of
i Police Jungle Squad of nine
performing a routine patrol on an
estate in Sungel Siput, Perak. on
January 10 when thr patrol was
ambushed by about 25 bandits.
Four of the patrol were killed
outright and two others seriously
Mounded by the Initial burst of
Hie. The three unwounded mem-
bers of the patrol fought off the
(ugagement. after three of them
nad been killed, two by Wan
Amran.
On November 23. 1951, an en-
ruigemeiu took place between
p-Jice and bandits in the Rengum
.---a of Johore. Armed with a
Ehvuun, Tan Tien Siew was left
to hold off a bandit attack while
till Platoon Commanocr withdrew
to organise a counter attack.
Tan Tin Slew, who had had only
seven months' service, was
wounded in the leg but fought off
repeated assaults, inflicting heavy


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lang-M'rnYr maJiih art .i/tvudN hctnn manufttCtU
F\r>nw* Serv.ce
Labour Welfare House Pass Temporary
Fund Collects $2m. Bill For Puisne Judge
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CIIEOMIUM
Model* for ladle* or genta
HItCl tif'ARANTEEn !
15 17 JeweU
A wonderful new ran
show at ouUlanding prin
Today at your Jewellers .
V. De LIMA
a III., i in
10 BROAD ST tod Bl
M WtlNE GAKDENH
siloi'l'INt'l t FNTRK ^
WTOSC.A.
The Genuine '4711" Kau de Cologne comes from Cologne on
Rhine; it Is now again obtainable In the original quality, made
according" * *he famous and secret foiniul.1 siricf 1792.
Mr. F. L. WAJXOTT. in the House of Assembly yesterday evening lo approve thi
Sugar Industry (Rehabilitation. Price Stabilisation aim
Labour Welfare) Order 1952. on wh,ich money will be
on this year's crop, disclosed that the Labour VW Ifare Fum:
collected $2,210,645 of which $1,013,271 was added in 1951
alone. The Resolution was passed.
The schedule to the Ordei
ltW
# On page 7.
The Nizam:
A Gourmet
BOMBAY. May 6.
The Nizam of Hyderabad.
Osnuin All Khan Bahadur, is in
most respects abstemious and
tight-fitted, but he cannot bear
adopting his economy tlrst" atti-
tude to his food
Fifty taxicabs were waiting for
his special chartered plane when
he arrived in Bombay from
Hyderabad today to carry hi*
food tasters, 30 baskets of poultry
and two score potfuls of water
drawn from the sacred tank in
his capital.
Sixiycight-year-oid Osmen Ail
is not well, and his physicians
advised a change of climate
Osnuin Ali thought of going to
Switzerland, but since none of
hat celebrated ancestors have
< nissed 'he seas, the Nizam said
I will always rather follow the
traditions of my forefathers than
cross the Indian Ocean".
So he came to Bombay, where
tlie weather Is torrid and sticky.
But Osman Ali Khan, despite his
parsimoniousness. refuses to eat
anything that has not been pre-
viously sampled by his official
food tasters. He brought there-
fore a round dozen of them with
him.
Moreover, the Nizam has never
drunk water from any source
other than his favourite tank
the Mb- Alam tank in Hydera-
bad City. He therefore had no
alternative but to charter a
special plane to Bombayand
spend 300 on itto carry the
water
tales that there shall be raise*!
on all sugar manufactured In
this Island during the year
one thousand nine hundred
and fifty two a levy nt the
rate of thirteen dollar* and
twenty cents per ton;
lb) on aU fancy molasses manu-
factured in this Island during
the year one thousand nine
hundred and fifty-two a levy
at the rate of thirteen dollars
and twenty cents per three
hundred and thirty wine gal-
lons.
3. AU moneys received by the
Sugar Production and Export
Control Board by way of the levy
raised under Article 2 of this
Order on all sugar and fancy
molasses manufactured during the
year one thousand nine hundred
and fifty two shall be paid by the
said Board to the Sugar Industry
Capital Rehabilitation Reserve
Board, the Sugar Industry Price
Stabilization Reserve Board and
the Governor-ln-Executive Com-
mittee in the following propor-
tions:
(a) to the Sugar Industry Capital
Rehabilitation Reserve Board
at the rate of four dollars and
eighty cents per ton In re-
spect of sugar and at the rate
of four dollars and eighty
cents per three hundred and
thirty wine gallons in respect
of fancy molasses.
(b) to the Sugar Industry Price
Stabilization Reserve Board
at the rate of six dollars per
ton In respect of sugar, and
at the rate of six dollars per
three hundred and thirty wine
gallons in respect of fancy
molasses:
(c) to the Governor-in-Executive
Committee at the rate of two
dollars and forty cents per
ton in respect of sugar, and
the rate of two dollars and
rty cents per three hundreu
and thirty wine gallons In re-
spect of fancy molssses.
In moving ne passing ot the
Resolution Mr. Walcott gave fig-
urea showing the position of the
respective funds. These dUcloseu
that the Rehabilitation Reserve
Fund collected $3,300,000 between
1847 and 1M1, and of that tot. i
$3,100,000 was spent. The Prk
Stabilization Fund stands al
$3,992,000. while the Labour Wel-
fare Fund realised $2,210,645 of
which amount $1,013,271 was col-
lected in 1861.
Of this $300,000 allocated froi
the Labour Welfare Fund to Pla'
lng Fields. $147323 had bet
spent to the 31st March last.
On the Housing Loan, the
amount realised was $880,000. an I
the amount advanced was $874 -
917. of which $98,180 has beer
repaid.
In Thf Hotisv
Yostortiay
at is* N" ii ifci aw May. ISM. Iron. Hli - i
lh* nlninr 1lu> II. | .
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mnl .if Bolenn ana AfrleultUK
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ment and Wrll.te Srhwnr D an
uni ..i thr mwiil
itl 4*IS -.id inch ->thrr mma >
will Irom tuna to tlma bo nrrn-
r. tnr n.rrlMis UM iot of rjpi-
Ul ImprovamanU nd alteration.
I the Cunlral l.n.-t.-- SI
the Pin* PUnlaUOfi and Ulitilc-|
ABTlcultutal SlBllom
Th- !!.- I-.-.-.I Hill i..
make provUlona lor thr pinlr-'
tlon ol Tlilrd paitir* afulnat tlaka
.rlilna out <.f UV
tchlcla- one lo piirpoae-
I Ihei
A bill I
a Puiane Judge
A RMolulUm t approve UM
older entitled The H,i*ar li.d...
try 'RchabitltaUon. Price Stabll
/. lion -nd |-Ubour Well-ir
Hide*. IBM inadr hv
.
1>r the piOTtteVni "I '(inm 3
111 | .."d 4 W ol the Sutar
I,, ,' in II
tlon .nd Laboiu Wcllaiei
Act 1MT 'in; II'
Trip llmi-e mieptMl tha .niend-
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s. the IliU ti.i.Li .
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THE House ol Aaawmbly ytsterday passed a Bill i
rnakv further provision in respect of the appointment <>f .
Puisne Judge.
In the objects and reasons of Ihe Hill, u is pointed "it
that the Chief Judge and Crown Law Officer; (Additional
Judge) Ai i. 1951, was lo provide foi the teroporary appoint'
if a puisne Judge to assist the Chief Judge In dealing
with the Inrge outstundim; v.iiumt' ol wik in the Superioi
C uits This need si ill exists and the present hill therefore
leeta to extend the operation of " Art lnmi June :.(>. K*'1.
when u will expire to March '! 1951
In addition, the opportunity h* Uiousbl tht Bill
11.i.n iMt'ii taken to provide that the wa% Umg ovSrdUP Bllo
puisne Judge shall have the s-nic dppartini'ni Bl < whose1 should t
in ml ill cations as the Chlrf Judge, reorganised. K* .is Sji
Mr. <;. II. Adams iL) who look SOBM Sttasnol ' bSflDg mad .1
...,:..i loa and
.1 IssjiDnrars ana In which the iho ussurance whtcV tht I
Chief Judge had asked that the the House had given a feu
Bppoinlmenl should continue be- nvmi.nK .igo that Ihe n
cause he still iieinled iSisUiu-e. under .-onslderation.
Tiu-y had to make ihc appoint-
ment temporary because there
was a Select Committee which
Was cvnsideiiuK the change under
the JudKial Act, but owing to hi, prehei.sive to make the
abaenoB from the island as well as am^i.n,rta thi- ;, I (
the absence ol the junior membci
He hoped thnl the Judicial A<*
of which manUon era madetr) ti
* Leader would he siiiiieienily
tor St. James among other things.
Bitttee eras unable '<> meet
as regularly a? they would have
liked. They were however going
ahead with the matter now untl'
the time came whan they had
appoint this temporary' )o|ie.
He said that Uiere ease provision
made in the Act that the parSQD
appointed should have the neces-
sary qualiik-atlon- to make Inui
.uitable lor the post of Chief
Judge from the point of view ol
The person appointed
should bo us qualified as tht* Chici
Judge. He therefore moved thai
the Dill be read a second time.
Mr. M. E. Co* (L) seconded.
Mr. II. G. Mapp iL) said that hi
would like to ask the leader of the
Huti.se if the Government was _
Mitislled that the aims and otBja) I
of the measure were really being raatn
nchicA'ed. As Car us he could
understand, when the Puisne
Judge was iittlng. the Chief Judge
was away and they were really
not deeding with the large out-
standing volume of work which
was set out in the Object and
Reasons of the Bill.
,.....it- The Ume h 1
come when the jurisdiction of l>
t'etiv IJcbt Court and the Amis'
ant Court of Appeal thould in* e\
tended.
|*oi the benefit of the last hnn
mi..Me member who had just ;
4p.*t, he; would soy that his In-
f.i n iUon was not In order. Th
time had definitely come whe
ij ere .'.. mi-il for Ihe .ippoin'
ment of a I'ultne Judge.
Mr. .Il I, S. Lewm (Ll sold that
uhiii the Hill llrsl came to th-
House, he enquired alxtut build-
.ng a new couit ^ ti il botl
ludges could sil siinultaneously
Uccause he felt that it would
aeilHata matters
AMENDMENTS
ACCEPTED
The House of Assembly yester-
day accepted the amendments ol
the Legislative Council to the Bill
pertaining to the Consular Con-
vantiOOl Act, 1S52.
He hoped his information was
wrong and if so, he would ap-
preciate if the Government mem-
1-1 nf the House would tell him
0 Paepla whose business brought
. by day to the law court-
had told him that and he hope.,
it wag wrong, because th" Chut
Judge of the island was getting on
111 years and If there wan a lot of
work to lie done and he needoi
help he hoped he wan getting M
But sueely If the work was not
bsjtnfl done, Uioy would emittim
to get a bill of that sort comim:
ii gnat year and he did no:
IblDS tle> would get anywhere
- 11 ,t<
I "ul; Overdue
Mr. V. i:. Talma In Uie present Hill In said thai

sub-clause two had Judge should have lb
qualifications as the Chaff
Judge. If this had been Inserted
in the first BUI it would hnvo been
all right, but If they wei.
mi the BIU now that thev ssgfa
itoiug to appoint some OTM to tin
job, it seemed as if they ware
Hill Jill IS some aspersions at the
person holding the oOea Tha'.
waa how it looked to him. Some
might feel mat this provision
l>cen 111 the permanent
llil
Tin
Bill was final!
I ic.Hing and pajwted
inittee through all Its stage
.' .
U.S, Dollar Down
MONTREAL. May 27.
Th.* United States dollar was1
11I a discount of 19/10 per' cent
in terms Canadian funds. On Mon-
day was down 1/32 from Friday',
elosc lhat is, it took S0.K8 7/HI
Canadian to buy SI American. The
Pound sterling waa $2.74 11/IS
down 9/Hi from Friday
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The Firestone Super-Balloon
Tire, which runs on only 2<
pounds of air. Increases comfort
and service of your car by
absorbing rood shocks and
bump* In addition, you receive
Kicite 1 skid Protection with the
Skid Resi-tors in the Safety-
Crip Tread. Blowout Protection.
erian new unproved OussHDfea-
ptflaj, jnd Long Ijfe with Fire-
stone's exclusive tread com-
pounding.
JAc Jyto wilh fiuilLitt Charles McEneamev & Co., Ltd.
Per rasl reBaf Irom rheumatic pains it 11
t as an til to correct their cense. When
taey ara due to the sccnmnlsUon of bodilr
unponoss. U oieani lhat 70a* kudners
whirJi aboold help to fittsr awsy these.
nCHirrbes are sltiKK^h and
need a nsadicsnr to tone ibem up.
De Witt's PiUe an specially
prepared for thss very perpoac.
They hsrte a rleansing and
sasoaeabc acboo 00 the kidners,
aSaaaW and toning them up so
eSectjaply thai these vital organ
retarn to their normal faocuon of
the srstem of impanttea
De Writ's Pills have been wider* nsr<>
all over the world with great suceen
This it amply confirmed by many ihankf >'
letters sent to ua by people who longed lor
reiiel from rhenmaut pauu and tound it
after trying De Wrtfs Pilli Why ant
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PACE foci:
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
WEDM'sim M\V 2. 1M2
BARBAWKfA ADVfJCATE
r>i>i*4 ta j.<
I SI Pti*.U-
Wednesday. May 2X. 1952
Is II Too Easy To
lt< i onii British?
r.iM. i aii i lit
THE report of Iho Colonial Development
Corporation for 1951. as summarised in the
Advocate of May 21, contains a very gloomy
forecast for the future of the small West i
Indian islands.
The Dominica Grouped Undertaking,
according to the report, shows little chance
of ever showing a profit to the Corporation.
The pessimism of this statement is im-
portant because time and again the West
Indies are blamed for failure to show initi- i
alive. "If only the people would combine
together': "if only they would invest more
capital", are frequent criticisms made by
the newcomers to the Caribbean.
Critics often mean well but very often
critics are persons with no experence of
conducting enterprises in any other
country.
Not infrequently their presence in these
territories is due to their inability to suc-
ceed in bigger countries.
But Lord Reith is a successful person and
Lord Reith is saying something quite differ-
ent, so far as Dominica is concerned. And
what he says will not encourage others to
try where the Colonial Development Cor-
poration has failed.
The Grouped undertaking in Dominica
included citrus, banana and coconut plan-
tations, a citrus packing station and a hydro-
electric scheme. Great hopes were built up
when this undertaking was launched; now
the chance of its ever showing a profit to
the Corporation is Temote. The history of
the Colonial Development Corporation
linked as it is in the public mind with the
enormous Overseas Food Corporation
groundnut fiasco docs not encourage confi-
dence. In the West Indies its activities are
best known perhaps for the rebuilding of
Castries but even this work has been halted
for lack of funds.
Prospects for British Guiana consolidated
Goldfields sxp said to be good and long-term
prospects foY British Guiana Timbers are
fair.
In.Trinidad there is cautious optimism in
the expression that the Corporation's
cement development" ought to be a sound
irivcetfrleriV'
In British Honduras the stock-farm has
been abandoned and the Fort George Hotel
in Belize will show no profit to the Corpor-
ation. If this list of enterprises in the Carib
bean warrants the view that many of the
brighter spots of the Corporation's work are
in the Caribbean area then the outlook for
the Corporation can only be described as
black.
The reasons for the Corporation's failures
are in fact given welcome publicity by Lord
Keith, The Corporation has suffered in the
past 'from inaccurate estimating and in-
competence, from rising costs and short-
ages of materials, and always over the
majority of the enterprises there are the
perils of the tropics, vagaries of wind and
flood and drought of ravage and'disease."
There is a great difference between this
penitent cry of inea maxima culpa and the
shrill hysteria of the British Press when
the Colonial Development Corporation was
horn. Then the cry was "develop the colo-
nial garden for the good of the colonial
peoples and of course for the benefit of the
residents of the United Kingdom."
The Overseas Food Corporation and the
Colonial Development Corporation were
born because of political pressure from poli-
ticians who knew little of the colonies they
were to develop. They came into being at a
period when finding "jobs for the boys" was
a major political pre-occupation in the
United Kingdom.
Jobs were found for the boys: the Press
of Great Britain supported the politicians
in playing to the gallery. Millions nf pounds
were squandered. Even in 1951 the squan-
dering was still going on. "Losses have to
be written off, 4,500,000 of them at the
end of 1951 or rather since there is literally
no writing off, that sum has to be carried
like a millstone round the neck."
Concurrently with all this money going
down the drain West Indian territories are
in great need of money to finance deep
water harbours, and airports and to im-
prove agriculture and communications.
Perhaps none of these schemes would show
a profit to the Corporation but proper com-
munications would at least give the West
Indies a reasonable chance to promote their
own schemes which will succeed. The Cor-
poration's cie.it failure t.i achieve success
in the Dornuuea Grouped Undertaking will
act instsad like a wet blanket on schemes
for development in other islands. It would
be tragic (or the West Indies if a Govern-
ment Corporation which was created to
bench' Colonial peoples should act as a
deterrt;.' i private investors in the West
Ind-es.
This Oath of AUefisnee
'/ swear by Almighty God. [hoi
. fmrh/til and b>-ar true
alleviate- :-. Jf.r Mmjeity. Qumi
the Second, h,r Rein,
and Succct$ors, according lo
Iss*.'
has been abased by strangers
with British passports What
is the remedy?
DOES it surprise you to know
that 60 Russians, who bought it
I fourpenny form and tilled it up
have become British this year?
It cost each of them .i iiitli
more th;i*i that before becoming
one of u-'. but not enough to dl-
courajte any determined PBSHsV
1 be Briton.
The Government promise, of
, art independent inquiry into the
cure-by-kind new methods of
BnsadDMOr prompts a wider
I question: "Are the British, be-
I sides being the most civilised
people the wurld has ever
known, also too soft-hearted toe
their own good?"
In particular: "Is it too easy
to beeorns Missal
Look at the figures. In the
fliM qu.iilir of the year more
than 800 aliens were granted
!is of naturalisation.
Sin.r the sod Of the war in
Kurope more than 58.000 have
oath of allegiance to
lbs i'row ii. and have been lost
among the mass of Britons.
Most of them, so far as any-
one knows, have settled down
among us to lead useful, honest
lives.
WRONG 'L'V
BUT, now and then, a "wrong
un" is given the blessing of "
British passport and all th
rights and privileges which we
take for granted.
Their discovery easts doubt
upon the usefulness of the four-
penny form and the security
check il involves.
Example; a duuh bora
diamond broker has hud his
British citizenship taken away
from him by the Home Secre-
tary.
This man was tailed for IK
month* fr miiKitllnK wlUiin
1 day. of taking the oath Sj|
jllrUarr to Britain.
When he appe.red l*fOre the
Deprivation of Citizens-hip Com-
mittee he was described as "one
of the big shots of the smuggling
trade." A Customs Investigator
said this man had been undei
By GEORGE SCOTT
constant suspicion since the end
of May 1948-two year, before
he became Br,ti>h.
THKfcr: I ASKKI> Uw Home Offlce-
which has the final say on all "i
Want to be llntish" applications
tfiree questions:
ONE: Is it the practice of the
Home Office to give the benefit
of the doubt to an applicant fo.
naturalisation against the un-
ispi.ions of Scotland
Yard and the Customs author-
TWO: Is it the practice of the
Home Office to give the benefit
of the doubt in cases where files
have been destroyed by the
Gestapo and it is therefore im-
possible to check on the past of
I. refugee applying for British
< itixcnship?
THREE: How many applica-
tions for naturalisation have
been turned down since the
H I "
Last night a Home Office
official gave the same reply to
ouch of the questions: "We
cannot answer that."
NO NATIONALITY
THIS official reluctance to tell
us about our new neighbours
does not stop US from building
up a picture of the process of
ligfotnlnsj British. Before a man
(or woman) is granted British
cituenshkp his background Is
scrutinised by Special Branch
men of Scotland Yard or pro-
vincial police forces, and by
M.I.5.
But how can anyone check on
the past of a man who, before
naturalisation. was of "no
'nationality?"
That term may well hide the
horrors of war which turned
human beings into despair-sick
refugees. Britain has given
them sanctuary.
But it could also provide u
convenient way for unpalhetie,
undesirable foreigners to curtain
unscrupulous and unsavoury
paiti
WHAT ( III t K
SOMF. such men have certain-
ly been given sanctuary in our
proper eagernc| to succour
genuine refugees from Bed Shirt.
Black Shirt, and Brown Shirt
persecution.
But what sort of security
ChOCk is it that let.* through to
citizenship our smuggler ana
men like atom scientist Bruno
Pontacorvo. Fuchs, Carl Strauss,
and Anton la R*idlwho peddled
information bout Czech emigre-
Jli Britain to ihe Czech secret

Well, here is the n-utine foi
all would-be 11 ton* F.rst. thev
must live in Uus country for -t
least 11 months immediately be-
fore applying rug. i. '.iralisation
They must hava spent four of
the previous seven years either
In Britain, in British territory.,
or in Crown Tvirr
Then, Ilk* those CO Russians
they pay their fourpence for
the four-page, white foolscap
! itm. called A 1. at the Station-
ery Office In London's Kings-
way.
The form puses 11 questions.
all simple. The applicant signs
a statement about his own
character, already printed for
him. which reads: "I am of good
character and have suffii-iem
knowledge
language. 1
solvent."
Four Briton.'
hi
the English
m financially
muHt sponsor
Next, the foreigner advertise*
his application for naturalise- '
lion in two local papers, pays j
2s. 6d. as tjie fee for witnessing
his declaration, and sends off his
form, with 12, to the Home
Office.
20 IN ALL
THE applicant then waits
while lb* police check his state-
ments. In London this may take,
up to six months; In the
provinces up to three months.
If these Inquiries leave him
with a clean record he will be
naturalised, after paving another [
18. making t20 in all, to the \
Home Office.
Occasionally and here the
Broadmoor analogy is complete
Britain pay an incalculable
price for kecj"?ig her pride In
sanctuary.
What is the alternative1* is
the Home Office to refuse
naturalisation every time the
police or Cum urns are "not quite
sure" about a man, or have
"suspicions" of him they cannot
prove?
Or is that mocking the
principle of I U '
which a man U wholly innocent
until ho II proved wholly
guilty?
The price of "indisputable
afety" Is a -octet police forte.
The risky virtues of tolermcc
and liberty that go with a British
passport are worth better
custodians than that. And better
safeguards LC S.
\MEMICAN COLUMN:
A Man Not A Bit Like Taf t
WASHINGTON
VEJtY level headed indeed II
47-year-old Senator Wayne
Morse, who cocoes from the Far
Western State of Oregon, who
oncw taught argumentation" at
the Universities of Wisconsin
and Minnesota, mid Is a typo of
Republican very different, say,
from Senator Taft.
Morse is one of the Liberal
group in the Republican Party
and nothing at ad like an Iso-
lationist.
N-w out he comes to warn
"reactionary elements" in his
party against "trying to throw
the party's weight behind the
unreasonable demands of t h e
steel companies for u pi ice in-
Many people are saying that
Truman, by siding with the
*tecl workers, has clinched the
union vote for the Democrats
at the Presidential Election.
Probably with this In mind.
Morse tells his colleagues: "You
may well alienate the indepen-
dent voters if they get into the
haul' of Identifying the Bcpub-
llcans with (he big business
viewpoint in the steel dispute."
DONT LOOK now. General
Elsenhower, but the '"nft sup-
porters are up to a rather
naughty trick. They are circu-
i .... n M. MacCOLL
lating copies of a petition which
calls on you to answer 21
searching questions on political
Sample: "Will you clean
house In the State Department.
starting with Dean Acheson?
TUB peculiar night life of
Washington Include* some pit-
falls. I hear the sad story tf
an out-of-town visitor who,
feeling the need of further irri-
gation after the official closing
time of 2 ajn.. wound up In a
notorious night haunt. A bottle
of alleged champagne was fol-
lowed by a bill for 28.
Turning to protest, the visitor
thought better of it as he ob-
served three large gents with
disarranged noser* and ears rignt
behind him. What's more, the
three ehummily Joined his table
and all called for drinksadd-
ling 10 to the bill.
Yes. It's springtime In the
nation's capital.
THE big stride forward in the
economic lot of America's
Negroes in the past decade h.ts
been striking. A* I strolled
about the streets to-day I
noticed that Cadillac after
Cadillac had block faces Inside
It.
"MANY clergymen are lakin;
flying lessons," said an official
at the big Belling Field Air
Force base near Washington
"They make excellent pilots, 1
because they have good moral. J
mental, and physical require-
ment*. They arc rarely bothered |
with the emotional disturb-
ances fouad in some applicants
for licences."
HERE in Washington the tem-
perature Is up In the mtd-
eighties, the girls are sporting
their thinnest summer frocks. |
the air-conditioners are mur-
muring slumberouMy in all the
offices, and you can altno
the chestnut leaves unfold.
AND in Philadelphia Dr. I. S .
Ravdin. of the University of
Pennsylvania Medical School,
attacks the "ghost surgeon."
"Ghost surgery" Is a growinn
practice among unscruputoit-
medicos whereby, unknown to
the patient, who Is already un-
der an anaesthetic, a strange
Surgeon Is called in to condu. t
an unnecessary operation, get!*
his fee, and leave* again.
HEADLINE: "Meal Day litres
Thousand.* into Traffic Jam-."
THE HI MAN TOUCH: Top
notice in Washington shop win-
dow: "We make ordinary shoes
toeless for you In 20 minutes."
The Two Immigration
Bills
(From the "New York Herald Tribune")
OBJECTIONS to the McCarran-Walter
immigration bill come from so many quar-
ters and go .so deeply to fundamental
questions of national policy that the
Senate can do no less than to hear out all
criticism fairly. To hear it in prolonged
debate on upward of 200 amendments
which opponents threaten to offer is the
hard way of doing it. The orderly method,
and the fairest, is to recommit it to the
Judiciary Committee for new hearings, at
which the substitute measure offered by
Sen. Herbert H. Lehman, D., N.Y., would
be considered together With the McCarran-
Walter bill.
The Senate's duty to weigh, justly, every
major criticism against this measure is
compelling. Only once in a generation docs
the opportunity arise to shape a new im-
migration policy which will affect the lives
of perhaps millions of persons in the
future. That the task should fall in the
present abnormal period of world tension
and unrest is unfortunate; it makes all
the heavier the responsibility on Con-
gress to draft Ihe soundest possible leg-
islation. The McCarran-.Walter bill has
good and bad points, both in its general
aims and in its multitude of particular
sections. It makes a genuine effort to codi-
fy the bewildering miscellany of laws,
proclamations, executive orders, regula-
tions and treaty clauses amassed during
the last thirty years and longer. It ends,
in principle at least, the immigration ban
against Orientals, which has been an in-
ternational sore point for three decades.
At the same time, it retains the old
quota system based on the national origins
of the country's population in 1920; a sys-
tem deliberately designed to favour the
countries of Western and Northern Europe
over those of Central and Eastern Europe.
It avoids the opportunity to temper this
unequal policy by providing for utilization
of the unused quotas of favoured countries
for less-favoured nations (such as Greece
and Latvia) whose quotas have been mort-
gaged beyond the year 2000.
As to particular provisions of the bill, its
opponents fairly riddle it with criticism;
some of it, undoubtedly, unfair. But the
charge that the bill's provisions for immi-
gration of foreign colonials in this hemis-
phere is discriminatory against the coloured
peoples in the Caribbean area does de-
serve dose examination. And the Senate's
best thought should be applied in weigh-
ing new provisions which would place the
naturalized citizen in jeopardy of deport-
ation for actions he may have taken far
in his past life, or might take in the future.
Even if the justification is to give a broad
control over outright subversives and
criminals who gain citizenship, does this
accord with fundamental American princ-
iples of equality in citizenship? This news-
paper doesn't believe so. Opponents of the
McCarran-Walter bill have asked search-
ing questions on matters of basic national
policy, and the answers require from the
Senate an exercise of highest statesman-
ship.
Our I lead era Say:
l'< I 'III I ill II HI Xtltf*
| To The Editor. The AdYorOIr
SIB. I h a v e not been
favourably Impressed by the
content of the current series of
articles entitled "Education
Notes." Firstly because, from the
tone of these "Notes" it. seems
that the writer makes tfaMS*
.Mivriso comments with "niitlice
aforethought" and not as one,
who had given great 00)
tion to the matter, who had de-
voted much time lo the study of
tin- msthods, scope nnd trends of
Education in the modern world.
Secondly because, as the writer
vi'iy likely knows, the tJlrector
and his Education staff are pre-
cluded by virtue ol their StStUI
as Civil Bel t .lit.-. From freely de-
fending the policy of government
against lho>e who are front t<>
make mischievous remarks on
such policy.
It is taken for granted that
the community at large has con-
fidence in Hie capacity of the
head of the administration to
discharge h I s duties with
efficiency.
It is also taken for granted
that the community has contl-
dtnes la the ability of its re-
presentatives In the House of
Assembly to look after its (the
community's) interests.
Now the policy of Uuestton
which at present obtains In this
Island Is the policy of the Gov-
ernmenti.e. it has the approval
both of the head of the adminis-
tration and of the i cpresentatlves
of the jH-oplc. Consequently the
author f any adverse comment
aimed al the present policy must
avtosnaueaUy display a lack of
COOfldsSKS in the gu\ eminent and
tlie administrative chief.
I. however. Incline to the view
that the author of "Education
Notts -utters not from any such
l.uk ol oonAdWOOt but rather
from ignorance of the subject
upon whi I tends to
speak with authority.
I am sure that the "Notes" do
not impress persons who have a
knowledge of the worldwide pro-
gress in Education based on the
principles which guide our Edu-
cation officers in the formulating
of a local policy. The "Notes"
may, however, succeed In con-
fusing those who for some reason
or other might not have any
knowledge of the prerequisites
of such progress.
To the author I would suggest
UM following remedial treatment
(lo to the public library. There
yi u will find a good collection
of books on the History of
Education and the various
methods of Education developed
and practised over the years up
to the present day. You will
discover how these methods
duveloped and what difficulties
(and they are multitudinous)
they seek to overcome.
In addition you will find works
on Educational Psychology which
is playing an increasingly im-
portant role in modem education.
When you would have studied
but a few of these works you will
begin to understand that the
problem of Education in a chang-
ing world is vast and insuper-
able and that its solution, sven
in regard to our local require-
ments, is not by any means
within the limitations of your
own presumably narrow per-
spective and even more diminu-
tive store of knowledge of the
subject.
Yours faithfully,
AMATEUR.
Elvclricily Supplivn
To The Editor. The Advocate
SIR.^Judglng by the follow-
ing letter which appeared In the
Timct of May tth the same
difficulties which now beset the
Barbados Electric Co., arc being
experienced In England.
1 lord Brabazon. as always, Is
frank and forthright In his state-
.'I his long experience
In connection with electricity
.supply entitles him to speak
with authority A! the same
time, it ought to be stated that
the British Electricity Authority
does not. a% he suggests, re-
gard as abhorrent competition
with coal or gas. On the con-
trary, it has proclaimed the
principle that consumers should
have frtcHom of choice in the
use of the fuel and appliance
most suited to their needs.
Lord Brahazon says that elec-
tricity is both "dear and dell-
clent*\ Desmess must be con-
sidered wits regard to the prices
of other cossmodities. With elec-
trical plant costing three times
as much as before the war, and
With the cost of fuel, labour, and
materials all very high. It ess
hardly be expected that electric-
ity prices can escape the conse-
quences of such Increases. A*
was stated in the 1951-52 anmial
report of tSe Brit^h Electric"it>
Authority, the average price fot
electricity .void to domestic, com-
mercial, and small power coh-
mimers was some 8 3 per cent
below the pre-war price. This
was only possible because cf
ithe increased consumption < t
electricity Prices have rkSW
ttBMVrhSt since then, but the
general comparison still holds
good. If ..ver-all consumption
is to be seriously curtailed Jhd
the piai.i i ot usid !o its exist-
ing capaci'y, a substantial in-
crease in the srlce of electricity
will be un.i void able.
In regard to deficiency of
supply, this. too. is a relative
matter Domestic consumers are
consuming at least two-and-a-
half times the amount of elec-
tricity ihe> did before the war.
and the general output is more
than double. While electricity
is not an abundant as we should
like, the industry has n "***
to be ashamed of its achieve-
ments. With the general tenor
of Lord Prabazon's letter most
peoplr in the electricity supply
industry v-:ll be in agreement"
I think it will be read with
interest by the Chamber of Com-
merce as it was written by Lord
Citrine.
Yours.
JOHN CITIZEN.
Commonwealth Trade Day
THE West Indies are well represented at
the British Industries Fair where Common-
wealth Trade Day was celebrated last week.
The day was marked by visits to the
Commonwealth section of the Fair at Earl's
Court, London, by Mr. Oliver Lyttelton.
Secretary of State for the Colonies, Lord
Salisbury. Secretary of State for Common-
wealth Relations, and Mr. Peter Thorney-
croft, President of the Board of Trade.
The British West Indies occupied an im-
pressive proportion of the section. They dis-
played their sugar, fruits, rum, cocoa,
honey, the world-famous Sea Island cotton,
and the attractive products of handcrafts
such as basketwork and wood-carving,
weaving, and embroidery.
The Jamaican stand included an exhibit
by the bauxite industry, the first time that
this newly-developed industry had been
staged by Jamaica as an individual exhibit.
A feature of the Trinidad and Tobago
stand was its magnificent display of anthu-
rium lilies, which is now almost a tradition.
As well as the famous Trinidad asphalt and
other well-known products on this stand,
two of the island's new industries were re-
presented by displays of bottled lager beer
and stapled boxes.
On a neighbouring stand the attractions
of Barbados as a tourist centre were dis-
played.
These West Indian exhibits stood among
the displays of the Commonwealth coun-
tries, of Nigeria, the Gold Coast, and Sierra
Leone, of Hong Kong and Malaya, Malta
and Cyprusdisplays that gave an impres-
m\ i idea of the magnitude of the Common-
wealth's production especially of raw mate-
rials. Representatives in bright national cos-
tumes lent added colour to some of the
Mandt
tn a broadcast on the eve of Common-
wealth Trade Day, the President of the
Board of Trade reminded listeners that the
Commonwealth countries did one-third of
ail the world's trade in 1951.
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mDNBUM] MAY 28. 152
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
Common Pleas Suit Continues
More Evidence Will
Be Heard Today
MOST of the evidence was being led for both the Plain-
tiffs and the defendant yesterday in the Court of Common
Picas suit of Clement Gill. Joseph Dtakes. Arthur Broomes
and Le Roy Branker against Lambert Martindale who are
disputing the ownership of the Turf Club Spring Meeting
ticket F9374 of 1MB which won 500.
Yesterday was the second day of the hearing of this
case and the Chief Judge Sir Allan Cullymore who
is presiding adjourned the case until today when the re-
mainder of evidence will be taken and counsel will address
the special jury which has been empanelled.
Porter's Case
Adjourned
OBITUARY
Mr. G.A. Brallwailr.
j.p.
If Mi rest-
Mi
Ithwalto, J P
\;t in
pJV " '" *> Charlie
iitrnn^wn a porter of Chapman landing ilguri.- In the community
wiir, Jl Michael, i, charged by To .oung and old I,
... FpUcf wlth ">e unlawful qu.iiilai.ee ho M known as
possession of three ba^s of ni.i.jif Cnuy" and he maintain
was adjourned yeatrr.i., urbko woo turn
Worship Mr E a. M;ieoJ. Police ">e alTr.lion 0( man) |<
Matfstrate ... Diatri | a u m
Juno l Counsel in the case U
!"*, K-W' H"rr"w foi H
while Sgt Kmn ..i atbtd to Uw

Afler In* early years
ia*M on hi* own
and iel up an establishment in
Hottmck StrM. Ire was alw.y*
The parties in the suit are all Police and charged with the
from Bragg* Hill and both side* larceny of the ticket,
are claiming they bought the He was never prevent in
ticket from [leifield Taitt a ticket Brankcr's shop when Gill bought
seller. Taitt said that he sold any ticket from Taitt, he said.
tfctkttf from the particular book to Nor had he ever asked GUI for a
both parties, but he does not share in any of his tickets. "
timcrnber who got the winning also said that he had never bough
ticket. any ticket from Taitt at Branker'..
denied, too, his ever
house and asking
HOUSEWIVES complain tli.it egg- an in short *oppl;. fbe larger
gg In the picture i a hem truing *ingU banded effort to wive the
problem. This egit that weighs Just over four ounces was laved by a
sis months' old LegDorn hen owned by Mr*. Enid MDllngton of Fifth
Avenue, Hart's Oap.
Of the plaintiff*, the Ucket was shoP*
dually bought bv Gill, they are *om* .lo Qm
alleging, and the other three who him ,l aUow him to
were present each contributed
sixpence.
""
gave evidence to Bfftsva ih.it
Martindale had known the num-
ber of the ticket which he had
bought and on hearing It had
his
ticket.
Referring to the allegation that
On the first dav of hearing Gill useU \. kwD,a ^V," and Hi***"
. 13-UT" .k=. 'or* uW nt well enough for
all purposes, he said he used to
sell ice and snowball but any
writing which was involved In
this connection was done by Mar-
g| House Pay Tribute To Late
Christopher Braithwaite.
Ceiitr-.i in .m----- ~""w..*" -'" Hoi buck street, He was always
nests f. "in.ti.m .,. |
"SU ">e Bridgetown Hi..thrrhond
in. chargo n i i i thai the .,r-
ipi. Kin-h told the eoun vesier. ,., to itu St MlcJ
day that ho a the gMeadaitt IMS and undo, I
loading the trree bags irf in-nurr UlU Dl O'Noals and with th.
on to a t uca an I -,, |. Mpporl of lha n
cua and a-ke.1 the oaxandani to weeltlj ha stood lot I
OompjDJ hi" i Um Cantml 'he House1 of Assembly an .Station
The defendant was standing in
< nurih stieet, en* v i :i, & 'a
of manure.
Cross examined by Mr. Barrow,
Ktttch said thai ho did not think
thai the defendant could have
bought the
unknc
told Mm and the t
his home to borrow a newspaper
and check to see whether it had
actually won. While on the way
of them left garcUe Watts.
Cross Examined
Cross-examined, he said he had
whom he had shown his tickets "h ,,k. _n _ _,, isKi- him
E2 liili.fi.1 ,1 '., T " !?" "" wSS S.h,Sd
was .kn| behind him. Soon wrlUng ,(,, nam on ,hc tkkel
aim a lickM wo. handed lo him ln |d p,nc,i. Hi said thai Walts'
1IIK HOUSE OK ASSEMBLY yrslcnlav i-vciuni: paid
tribute l 'he late Mr. Christopher Braithwaite. a lormfl
in. nil .m- il that Chamber, and a "pioneer of democratic
i. pirsentatinn in this island" whoso (uneral took place at
ilu- Si. Michael'! Cathedral within two hours of the House
passing a Resolution of Sympathy to his sorrowing relatives.
The Resolution read:
"Be it resolved that the House of Assembly place on Cm
record its profound svmpathy at the passim; of the late gJJ"
from
Police
I t-i -.
PATIENT WITH LULLET
WOUND IMPROVES
RejH> ts
Hoaj ItiU
c that
Welch i
Impj
il .ii. St
.Ing everyday.
Here it was V-

tlmoot
-
a v.itiv. u.....Hook but i
ii arttn hli now Dasnoci itit I
bad bagiin 11"-ehusing am
in- i vu in- itrangtffi
n
kotn eV Mr. C. I
I the "Bar-
;nid Mr. O A.
1 |lr.tHN..iv ol Um nemocratir
League rept
faiths. The LeagtM won
Ami it will ba racoUoetad
record its profound sympathy at the prati-it! ot tne iate c'^^^ '^JJ: ho have lived a generation after
Christopher Augustus Braithwaite member of the House of * ..X^^ *ftIj *" '^^.""llo^riw
Ammbly from 1924 to 1940 and that a copy of this resolu, wo-d.nh.sc.veS Before being ^^"^TS^^LS*
tion be sent to his family. l*?tn_toJl*?.Hol,u,] " * ePn living contentedly un
pioneer
I Hi .*111%- -iii-
la ken to Uwr Hosplial he was ceen
In Harlta- b> Dr W H JohnBoni
1 ~ ^ Ver.ma Jackman (17) ...
ho was
"*."J""l.tin"7 t:h,ia,h*r Verona Jackman (17) of liintcn
A. - t.OiUMl fmmtv, St. Gr...
living
eglnii
thought
contentedly under
of "the good days".
In the M<
. in the Ves-
uuia.te. taken to the General Hoapiul after try he lhun Qodd-ird seconded (1 |(n| wa<) fii(])i|j ^ J M-tol wheth., rei.l M unaginary. The
Tribute was paid by Mr. G. 11. denwn.ll.
he found that it wast another ticket hV-oihm- *hatV" ent#re.i" while" \he Adams, Leader of the House. Mr. di
and not his ticket. wu wrllini and had taken his F. C. Goddard, Leader of the Ml
L>en and written the names. Opposition. Mr. W. A. Crawford. Mr. F. k,. ot^J***1L",r*" n baby was found in a 54-fogt --.
Evidence Broufht When he went home ..JteV meet- Mr^V. B. Vaughan and Mr. the motion for the Rrso lutlot w., 0[, MllJ u ^ rr|(ii|((>( 1(,llMli;i| ,,;(|l , hl,|, .....
the distii>ie gatnerao now diaci
i
the war brounht tti unpredlctabl
the now Lib! il full*'
m ..,.^"",.'.-r~-."'^.;'."n.u_r. ii,.U...- and hi. <
: Vl\l
ticket. the tickets thc^winning ticket wm Sanhwaita wi '" .-very sense of Churchwarden on thi
The plalntltTs are represented bv about the third which had been ,nc word us far a democratic ions. and acted in such -._,._. w /oC. urk,nirrT ,
Mr. W. W. Reece. Q.C.. instructed looked at. repn-sent-lion in this Island was y only a week ago during; the M/'JftA HENRIETTA
by Hutchlnson & Hanilcld Solid- He said that when he was ar- cocc|.nru. a pioneer. All of them absence Trom the island "" BR NGS MIXED CARGO
tors. Martindale Is represented rested. he_ had made a statement coJ^rnSn(JPhu advaM Into lha V "
House of A-sembly 28 years ago,
Evidence for Martindale had tag? Walker7 he had |OM bonw E. D. Mottley. nil <>t wfaotn Ud l"ine.l ^W*"^" to I* making good prugreM.'
been that Blanker and Gill had immediately and found the others *poke In gl-wuiu Usrma of Mr the iimiiuiv of Mr. lira.hwHit ,, u_ j||(.i.()) ,hJl J>lckinjl|
In convention with people said of his home in the sitting room. Eraithwaite's cntributlon to the e reierrco "' "L^ **u, "nrf >a^ the mother of the child.
thai the> had not had the winning The tickets were placed over his public life of the island 'n the HOW ' *1^"1 The buby died some inlnutei
ticket. He had also brought reputed wife's bedroom door. Moving the Resolution .f Svin- " Vestrymjii. und levaiirti ma. U(te>r it was udrnittHl to i
evidence to prove his buying the When they had itarted looking at ,,*-. Mr, Adams said that Mr. he had Neiveu in the cap... n> Hospital.
such a capae-
tatl :: BBt
by Mr. D H. L. Ward instructed to Sergt. Elcock.
by Messrs. Hayr.es & Grlfllth. He *ld hc hn
Solicitors. lhe
f
nrailh
troBfai
dose of radical socialism.
Mr ninth*..He lost his seal in
the House ot Assembly In lu
but the faith of his older support-
ers, the land owning anil business
leeuon kept bint in Un
until his denth Hen- In- rtawi
Hun
Gale the present Church-
arden. The Schooner Marea Hen lattl
lyonc ^ successful in bearing the Mr. Goddard said "He was a (43 ,0,^, MnM into c.. ,.x .,,,.,,. wtT1 .
imbers of his ticketsjior f^J "J^re* and democracy 1 public spirited man. not only ytvrdmy mQn.ing from St. Lucia and his worth recognised A
Umbert Martindale. rockblaster d|d. he know the numbers hlnueir """ rba03Kowod much to him. In politics, but in the fle.d of under CBpt A j^,^ and bro,)l{h, (hf#- ,,., ChUKhwardan
" ""r- oHeale and their colleagues *port "> winch he was .ways a ln 77 bunches f fresh fruit, five pariah. In March this
,f 10 veirt or so ago who blazed lder. He was .. paal president bags of cocoanuts and 632 bags of was appointed Senior Guardian
"he^th anS gJJi! rtalns? oppos- of the Bi.rb.dos Athletic Associ- rharcoa|. 'P'""? UcM Churchwarden
Uion maao it possible for the ftlon. well _as^ ..prominent Snc iB ^^ til ,h(. schnner ol lha Pariah
Bid he had tickets on the Spring ,ndJje *,low
MaattDg; 1949. Margarette Watts,
a young woman who lived at htm
and to whom he had given the
tickets to keep, told him that one
of the tickets had won a consola-
tion horse. Fanny Adams.
He had bought all hit tickets
from llellleld Taitt. a ticket selli
that he was :
prised when Walker told him he "
had heard he had the winning of
ticket.
His going to Jones to check to itton.
sisair*jone5 ond.,,e Ls^rp^s^. S, ^gLttajrr-^i
any cause which
rcpr.sinUM by per'
Next witness was the ticket sonjl" other than those who until
seller Bellleld Taitt who is by that day. either by accident of PJ
He could not i-cmember where trade painter. He said that on hir(h or WOalth, were the rulers thought was right and w
book r -hi. rnlony
Car Catches Fire
, when he bought the ticket neewnber 24. 1M8. he sold 1
11 question. He had tiought all o{ tickeu in Series F9570 to
at various places and times. 9570. He sold Osw.iUi Miiyns <>i Strong lerswiality
On the laat *ay o* lh# rgces of Castle Oraat onat Carrie Jordan "Mr. dr-iuiwaiie was a tiuin ol
this particular maaliug. he was of the same district, at Brankcr's exceptionally strong person..my ,
near home when he saw Prince Shop. Branker two, Clement Gill Mr. Adams sjici, "ana of necessity
Walker ilxing his car. Walker two. Drakes one and on leaving
spoke to him and told him he had there he saw Martindale and sold
heard from the boys of the dls- him the last ticket. He said the
trict that he had the ticket which fact that it was Christmas ev
won Fanny Adams and he told helped him to remember to whom
him he had not looked at his he sold these tickets. He did not
tickets up to then Kn^w who had ot lhe winn""
On going home he told Margar- &** ..__
oo Wait ta* at th. Ucks Wh,U ^'^-'^Z :
had bought
known to lay down the cudgel-
Cii-tMile politic he t.iok an in-
terest In games of all kinds .nd
,fj i,-ti-- and wie tin' foundei .mi'
only President nf lb-' Kmpire lull
The upholstery and re.r tyres He was also I'm
.f motor cr M-2642 were burnt Athh-l v ; _; .
when the c.r cught Jlre along ^f^lfSMiSA
nnancial hold on Uw
lOd cluck with the newspaper he ,, .
had brought home. Wutts told him llc^1'1 ^''V"
her findings and gave him the
ticket.
Identification
He remembered that when he
brought home this ticket in ques-
tion he had told her to write hes
name, another relative's and his
he had clashes
Borne of his friends, and even
with his enemies".
Mr. Adams said he could truely
say from the bottom of his heart
lo.t Mr. Urailhwaitc and himself
had a clash, and it had never
altered his respect for him.
Mr. Adams recalled that Mr.
Braithwalta was one of the found-
rtOfTOHlTl
Lone Service Belle Gully Road, St. Michael, at 'J^S '"'
Mr. W. A Crawford said he abort ll. p m mi Monday. It }?**." "'
regarde lego to be able to add his quotn of Goodlnnd. St. Michael.
timeV witii of tribute upon the passing of I The car is valued $500.
- On Tage . Insured.
Martindale was not al the shop ers of the Barbados
when he sold the tickets there. League, and said that such great
but some 15 feet away at a neigh- prestige of the prcv.ous yW.
bouring shop.
Claim The Ticket
has stood u.i In good stead'. He
said that those of them who part-
ed from Mr. Braithwaite in those
days, lookd and tried to hasd QM
breach. He wms quite sure he
had never heard anyone q V Uosl
1 his sincerity or failed to pay or
In March Gill came to him and
writing assisted him ^Jt^^^SZ Bof
*SUPSS?3& the informa- SSV S l^te - hS^ "^e a senie of gratitude for
lion Walts had passed on to him "$ ^.^Vflinffile but he ^ he had done for the deuio-
and called a friend, named ,ol, him h_ woui(| have nothing to "? cnU6e of Baroadw'.
Bugeie" Jones who suggested to J leith suchan adai "H itreatwit contribution of
him that they should check the Cross-examined he said he years" said Mr Adams, "was to
Uckat With shopkeeper Brankcr's bought that book with the win- have shown the way to the people
paper. They wenl to Branker and n)ng ticket from the Turf Club on of Barbados for sticking to their ( ^
got the paper and returned to December 22, 1948. own. relying on thir own i- tpM tfllip Junes' home. He said that Gill had not ex- to represent them, rather than lo
After this, about mid-night, he plained his "so as to get back the perpetuate the feeling that the
and Gertrude Watts, his numtcd ticket from Martindale." He said upper class should run lhe affair-
wife took the ticket to Taitt to thai Martindale told him in Gill's 0f ^e colony".
show him. Next morning he look presence that Gill wa* claimm :
the ticket to Prince Walker, who lhe ticket. A Vestryman
took him to one Bethell to Margarette Walls said she lived He could not say more than
negotiate the sale of the ticket, with her aunt Gertrude Watts, that the feelings of the members
He was paid $50 on account. Martindale's reputed wife 0f the House that the democratic
His brother and he were re- She told of Martindale* bring- force of the island owes much to
turning from Belhell when they ing home a race ticket and told hlln ?hould be put on record
met Branker and some other men her to write three "" "*' ' Nor was he unmindful of the
In a car. One of the men sugges- > on 'kShe had ncr .t" P*"CI fact that ho had also given so p.C. Griffith, one ol their out-
ted that Ihey should hold him *n* had ^^Jhor'^^"^ """W **" of ,erv,c* Vc5_ *;andin Barbadian ^". '"
then, when hor b/,he^ n^ ^ tryman to the parochial life of at present representing the colony
took a pen from him and wrote Counlxy ^ m the Windward Isla,.L- Cork Cup
lhe names in bdt.no thmedf- gj^ Mi gj,tM|,aM, Tournament now taking place in
oborated Martindale s eMdenc ^ of Uwm wou|d hAVP s. Lucla>
known him. only ... child Cork Cup I-inoK
kiuw hit Ulher. but he waa Col. James said that he Is hoping
sure thai ever>on* of them to return home to see the finals
remember, per- of these games.
St. Lucia Has Started
A Yacht Club
25 Members
ST. MJCIA has just started a yacht club with 0 mem-
bcrsJvp of 25 which is increasing daily, Col. Eric .lames,
liie culuny's Chief of Polic now here for a short holiday
told the Advocate yesterday.
Il- said that they have a small Committee ineludinn Mr.
Frank Barnard as Commodore. Mr. Bell, Secretary and him-
self as Vice Commodore. They have already ret-eiyi-d a,!-
vice and assistance from the Barbados and Trinidad Yacht
Clubs and have decided to adopt the tornado class as their
standard boat.
Ilefcmng lo the Police Force he unrest
were a verj
N,,r wai Mr nr.ithwjtitr's i"
teresls contlned to pohlirs nn ,,i 11,. wai lottrably good
as an accompanist or organist on
Id' ; never man
leaves to mourn their loss foiii
-.,1 ,,i Ik 1 11 KitiM'- 'I"
1 , idi'po j inpathv will I"

he said that
eoo- Mlsn ha left everything was quiet
mil lake a ral inlc-rest In all month. Thry alao na.
aorta "l .port includlnn alhlrtl<-s. UdaMII Iron. Grenada
which took place on St. Lucia's no disorder.
Itay, December 13 he >dthat m(W ,iMnt U
the Barbadians did extremely !IKI)II(| tour of du1> m st Cue
NOTICE
Wi ho
,,!,(.
: in
h.ii -
k ing on
liir.dn 27th May
Wrdnmdav, ZSlh May
TliumUr, 2Mlh May.
Our Dispensing Depart-
ii'ut will, howavor, (- >i>*-ri
i>r Prescriptions only,
Bruce Wralhrrkr.d Ltd
27..' I
1.-
ilunliH
d
well.
He heard nothing more of it
until the following morning when
he saw Bethell who informed him ^s To "Martindale's asking her to
he could not pay him the re- check ,hc tfefcafj With the news-
mainder of the money as other per ader the lasl day of the
people were claiming lhe owner- races
ship of the ticket. Cross-exan
Later he
arrested by the
lined she
On puge 7.
would
haps 1
noiv than any
other
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PAf.F ix
T louse
InsuraiK
BARBADOS ADvOCATT
WEDNESDAY MAY j. is.',.'
Pass 21 KILLED IN
Kill < OLLISIOIS
House Pav
Tribute
0 |"r"tii I'ic 1
i

lured, Clame 1 makei
I
tilled. '' tfw Go*.
make Refuti U
,. the Bill Into .
Wanted
Ir. '. "
Talsea iL) -aid that Clause w wa
WOTT>it.t I
ft n of thh
clause would nfTeet very much tiio
mall cur owner who happened to
be involved In b collision. Then'
as where the clause did
not eow the entire, liability, he
nid. Ad m bU opinion -i
created lt ol hardship.
Mr. O. H. Adam* in-
to- Mr. Talma thai the sum in-
volved depended en wbom the
vaUde ""lit .ruck. If the ear
had murk n man ol tome meat.:
Ad he -nod for 5,000the tnaxjr-
I Company might h
TOKYO. May 77
I'tilted state* Na\y head- # rises Pee* i
laid 24 South Korean liarDadtan who served UU
were killed and 21 in- u. Juac and *eU. Mr. Urath-
Hirad l"t Wednesday whan m<- wall died, as on* might say m
,hii|a- & nth Koraan Navy Frigate poi,tlcmi harness, and he was sure
\pm.k .itid the aminunitio,, tn-, hc dld he w0uW fttlVe
* 'wi,hed. endeavouring to cairy
the dutua imposed BJ I
in of the nn '
parish(in' I
iany year* ago, and
In Touch With Barbados
Coastal Station
< A HI* a IKI1EM
lt*v *n .->'
.iia in. isjkmisc Aipi
ParbMoa ot an**** -
i Spun. EknpW. GImm, .
iu Korean waters,
he two hipB were steamim:
:\> hi i*l ion in Uu- darkn
n the >imiei was given
.jrse. The Apriek i
noiki;
Whan your BACK
ACHES...
r'or all ir hi if nhw* -
(|o i
i- front of the Barker which re- Uncharged efficient!*
.i.ainea but nol in time through the year*.
avoid the collision which oc- He said that it was largely due
irred at 930 p.m. to his activities in the local gov-
I ii.mal C. Turner Joy theu eroment system of Barbados that
,'onimandor of Naval Forces In those bodies began* to pay atten-
Far Cast expressed his uon to the poor and no.
..oarl-felt sympathy 'v the Re- ,,lir midat".
iblle of Korea Wavy Mr. Crawford
* r- !li mthwnite White vlioes. to pass muster
in company, roust be spot-
less, immaculate. Use
Prcpert's White Rcoovato
or Prapert's Shuwhne. No f
surer way of making sun
that white shoes arc while
PROPERT'S
SHVWHITE WHITE RENOVATOR
that sum Bui if the amount foi
,
the insurance of th<-
ild obtan
that extra amount from tfiV
vehicle ov. net
that this setuon waa an
-tirmp- :u proteel the thud parts
:o Over: extent without beln::
bird on the in ui inco company.
Mr 0 I tiider ill felt that
-jine ".f had sal-'
deserved (moderation. Ife sai
ihat inert
thousand vehnle* on the road to-
day, Some wan
hut this Bill w*a going I
them to take out Third Part.
:le >. : I,. ppeai
tnough this i going t
majw .i loi i>f mom I I
were gome* to i*.- raada, I
ment shot I felt thai
certain 'lno> pwnan frar* goine In
iQcre.M- tbeii- fares.
A I linn
Mr. K li. Mapp (LI said Hi
ha too tliyught Mi T.i 1 mil ban
rair.I a kikrI polnl in I
11,
much. It m
notapanj would have to pay moro
and then; reeovar it from the car
owner.
ii. |fl that if (or ii
man of sku m
an accident and he Ml
pendent.-: i I of, i
did iiu' fjM why tha io:iti siit.ul I
:> i. e than tba nun *h<> *i
worki'itf for *8u a month. He
xakl that Government should mnk
limn : the Mm which t>
insurance ainpany could elalin
from tho car owner
illed tha* Mr.
of the found-
era and the moving spirit of the
old Democratic League which
lid so much to blaze the trail for
political progress m the colony.
He was also one of the moving
spirits in the St. IssChaat'i Ilioth-
iAN FRANC IS* ii May 2T i-rhond which did such splendid
fin- iaalkinr Union ol LhaPacutc *oc!al service to the colon
rL turned then |ul> work mi-el- tnaliv vears ago. and in that
H into .. full fleUged ^tru(e soherehe aim rendered s most
fsunst Uit P^>iUc Coast Shipping -Ignlflcant rontribution
Sailor*9 Union
Strike In U.S.
No HVpresentation
day to back demands for wage
,iaJ overtime at sea
'larry LundU>r>g, head of uu
rbo .niiiomiced the strife.....wforj recalM
-t i.ignt -aid mwnbert. voted for Lappcni'd that when Mr liraiUi-
3.30i) iu 07 waito came to the House of As*
ip sli.ps manned Oly as a member, the massvi
i, tin- union at all United States '.hi- people were without repro-
^orts. but its effects were fait tematlon of any sort in the leg-
i the Pacific coast Ships mLalurc and said that largely by
. to n-iurn to the mainland. How- way for the majority of them
roe at ihasa ahtp wen wh0 followed him into the legls-
w-inpled from the strike -
iiomued to ^ail
lature and he mlgtit well be re-
. '"V tardvd as on* of the pioneers of
^m.Uta.v cargo to the Fa. aasnocratic legislation In Bar&ft-
--------. Mr. V B. Vaughati and Mr
raalCC o/iosir 'lottley joined In the tribute; the
< ANtb BURNT alter suggested that the leader
.' ,,,, , ..... -_ >>f Ua House adjourn in order
nd half acres f m-i ,hj, members mlRht pay their last
' .....'<;"" (Mpe*ts to the pawing of Mr.
i.i. i-iurred atLascches Planta- Rr^uhwnit,.
I on. St. Jamas, at about 7.15 p.m., HralUlwnl-
u Monday. They are the property Mr Adams said that Jiiy mem-
< l P. G. Seales of Goodland, Christ bars who desired to attend the
' nurch, and were insured. funeral were at liberty to do so.
Another lire at Enterprise, but duo to procure of Guvern-
( hriat Church, burnt 50 holes of monl business, he could iu>t ad-
eCOBd crop latoona, property of journ the House until nexi week.
larflald Holder of Uie same He waa quite prepered lu adjourn
ddress. The ratoona wore not for ftva minuter as a further mark
iiKured, o| respect.
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
HOMi ilF .SKNIUk ill M. Ill NOBIC MVAMMBNI
or MHIII Al. SERVKt-
Army Gliders
Abolished
MOpg are to

rooche i
belween Iha
w.
the J
l DO '
I
i

II

carry n$ bat
1 mltod ipacos and lm| i
.it the uie ui paratroops.
Tramln': of wilder pilots baa
' ed.
11 Drown
FORMOSA. Argi nuna. May 2
pre ii'"- -u i
Tuesday when lauoofa
35 p'ssengvrj. capsized in th
Parana Rive. Twenty-four pa
sfngei were saved by the Mari-
time Prefecture launch searchiiu
lbs i LV0I iii tha I .i ly moiiuti;
The launch WSJ tarrying pir-
BMgVn to ihe steamer Cludad df
Corrienles anchored in mld-
Stresm due t" lOW watei in llu
port here The launch was ap-
parently causjht In .vhirlpool.
tfuayan political vXllei hound rot
Buenos Aires.
Applications are invited for the pensionable post of Senior Health
Nurse, Department of Medical Services.
Salary wUl be on the scale of 31,200 X 72 - 31.440 per annum.
In addiUon. a temporary non-pensionable cost of living allowance
will be payable In accordance with approved rates.
Ciiiforin is provided.
Th* appointment will be on two yean.' probation and subject to
Hie solveteu applicant being passed us medically III for employment
in tho Public ieivico.
The successful applicant will be posted to the Health Centre,
Spcighlstown, in the first instance where furnished quarters are pro-
vided and will be subject to transfer to any Public Health area in tho
Colony. ...._
Applicants must be registered nurses and midwives and hold Ul*
C rtislcata of the Royal Sanitary Institute for Health Visitors and
Scho J Nurses.
unlacants -liould present in writing a full curriculum vitac to
iK.-.te afe. euucatlonal quaUncatlons and experience.
ivppucatioid shouid be addressed to the Colonial Secretary. Pub-
lic Itutiuiugs, Bridgetown to reach his office not later than 31st May.
INK,
24.5.52.lln.
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Vacsusioa in the Elementary Teaching Service
Applications era Invited from teachers (women) with at least 10
years' teaching experience for the Headships of the following schools:
Eagle Hall Junior SchoolSt. Michael
St. Patrick's Girls' SchoolChrist Church.
The minimum professional qualification required is the Certificate
A of the Department or exemption therefrom.
Salary will be in accordance with the Government Scale for Head
Teachers in Grade I Elementary Schools.
Candidates who have already submitted application forms in re-
ject of previous vacancies (now tilled) may apply by letter, accom-
panied by a recent tesumonlal. All other candidates should mske
application on the appropriate form which may bo obtained from the
Department of Education. All applications must be enclosed in
envelopes marked "Appointmenu Board" in the top left hand corner
uid must reach the Department of Education by Saturday, 31st May,
1952. Candidates are warned that canvassing may lead to their du-
'jua nitration.
10th May. 1952.
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Ml l>M D\Y. II \Y 2". 1'
WHERE PARATROOPERS NOW GUARD RED PRISONERS
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PACE SEVf N
1 \ '
ail
AS DEIIAN1 HO WA. PRISONHS ,h,tcnccl , oulbrrrti o. Ko| l.t.nd. .n American .l.borr* l-rce n
moved In lo bnlilcr the tightened luard over In. rebel CnimunUU In the picture ibDve, Red I'oWi .re
nown uiins iplked-tlpped tent pole, tor r.epon ar Ihe, detlai.llj h.ujli up on bayonet drill in a
lot further tioiible. Shortli b,l arrival ot the XI. S M7th Airborne Inlnnlr, Retimenl. BrlE Oen lla.dsn
. Ko|i commander Mid: T lieyll soon leain who li I. ,i,onal Soundpliolol
B -tr.. j. i
IndiansEssex St. Lucia Score
Match Drawn
il'mm Oh On CVfBfMlMHl
_ LONDON, M
"'"; *a h with
"I adi.nv;,. Ill,,,,, Uukiv. A powferful
" [:.! ikar and Minjrkar wh put
Sffi
Essex did match drawn. Glamorgan 361 ami
i Somantt lira
nut II (,. DtarMd N diniriilt .met 2l r, I. Slriihensin 114
SLfLEyj Ken, ,ch
KM and 330
"^ LhV"'k''' "~ KurMllo Millo"
I-,-. ml&m for
tl.i/rr /'/
the match,
Essex who Is being com
the England team, hurl the third
. .
I
...
fr Ihe Test
In Ihe county UN I
honours went to
L Hflrrlon rJ?f*& ?Sf
I. to 'die
LeJcesu-. So V, '" .""'; ***
Han* Jackson who took four I
30. and Walsh, four ft W. NWl|- ' & '*" "'.!ounl ol
eri In Middlesex being dismissed '*["^ '
lionilas And
l hip/Htrays Heal
ll.C. And Police
4789 Against
Dominica
ST. LUCIA, Bay 27.
The second match In the Wind-
ward Islands' Cork Cup Cricket
pened on Monday, Si.
raw Dominica.
St. Lucia battfid all day today
to amass the huge tola! of 478
urns toe 9 wickets, Griffith raka-
|ng (ik century by two runs. St.
Lucia's overnight score of 178
for one wait increased by -ix runs
when the second wicket mi
DatervWi Koing out in the sec-
ond Qrffjr for 83, and the thin)
wldDM f.il at 197. Angler being
caught at 64. Lunchtime score
was 264 for 3. Griffith 36, Drys-
dak*41.
On resumption. Drysd.il,. h, t
"ut without adding to his total
Ir-atim.. score was 364 for 4
Cose or piny 478 for 8.
'' 11-', ,-.'.
83. Auguer 64. Drysdale 41. Phil-
lips 39, including 4 sixes and 2
fours in 19 minutes, Joseph 29
19, Dr Clarke (Capt.)
2. Elhrk not out 17. Sthclinc not
>ut 39.
Fall of wickets 157. 2184
3197. 427S. 5319. 0387*
7399. 8414, 9463.
The weather was fine and the
crowd was the largest are* to
'he games.
S> from pair 3
A Colonial Pol in- Medal
Gallantry is awarded to L/Cpl.
Pilus bin Slnong, aged 23. of tho
li of Malaya Police Force
for his part in the engagement in
tin Reiig.1111 .,,,,, ,.< .Inhnre ml
Xovrnilxr 23.
PUug shot and killed a bandit
entry, and led n charge Into 'he
bandit camp, throw-in* a grenade
wtiicti proMbU kiiu-a another
bandit.
For bravery during the Fiji hut -
i.eanc last J a n u ,. i >. l.omn.i
I>..kui,iv<*:i. 3l>. .,
.nd metcorologu.il -mm,int. H
Yasawa-1-Raia. Km. is aw.tided
he Mrili.l, Eiiipiie M. da]
During the storm, DakunlVOM
extracatl d .mil repaired a trans-
mitting set from a wrecked hut
id his exposed hill mete..'
station, iiftalh.l || in the OM
.emnintng house wher,. the rest
>l ihf vuKaaai bad i.i.
..mi was able to resume reporting
lo the Important central ereatTtCf
i (lice at Nadi,
rivals .,11 through The
'" ','.
1 H goal scorers were
'.wo goals, Kogers, two
lag 107 nut ui to t-rlng g" ' *' ftatchtr, one goal.
victory by seven wickets. ihe other match. Police was
7- by u,, Whipporays
di Whip] irayi bad
i I"'" "' Ihe gume. the
six games, followed I Meree u/ag Mi. A. Clarke.
Sn 4 games and Yoi'
In 4.
York; hue li... i
I
i '
it brsi mnlngi
i
,i nek i.
S. African ISxiion
Secretary F^reed
.OWN, South Africa.
May 27.
ni workers union secrc-
Bmil Sachs whose mat
runs. Yorkshire 385 fo 'f widespead rioting was
rleaaad In stuo bail Tuesday
6 for 79. condition tn.,: be .ittcnds no
i. i hire beat Notts b ,
Innings and n was his second appearance
MS for 9 dcclai Bupranv Court In two dayi
195. Poole || not out, Hilton I |*S of violating the sup-
87. Ait by
Banpahlre b i^ht twiOS defying the Government
wicket*. S :i.r ;i;iin-t public speaking and
Shackletoii 5 for 70, H its order to give) up his union
300 and 93 for 2.
with the
shire by 169 runs. Worce torshlrfl return to work of striking mem-
274 an.! Q urnunt Winkers
210 and 151. Hitch- I i U i when be was
cock J3, Perks 4 for 37.
Leicester beat Middlesex by speech, ||0 was released on ball.
seven v.i another speech
216. Bdrich 1 utested. I.F.
Common Pleas
From Page 3
had put the ticket in her pocket
bag. About 26 tickets were in the
bag and about 18 had ihe names
written On them. She -aid that
iken bat a burly long
time lo go through the tickets mi
the last night of the races as ahe
went through all.
. thai M.niiiidale leit
the house with the newspaper and
the ticket. She saw when he re-
lumed later that night with the
newspaper and the ticket.
It had taken her about three to
lour hours to find the winning
ticket.
Wh.n she WTOta the names on
the Ucket her aunt, grandmother,
her brother and Martindale were
present.
She denied writing the names
only on the last night of the
races.
Harold Trot man, a cabinet
maker of Braggs Hill, said that 00
March 12. 1949. between 9 and 12
he was at Ilranker's shop reading
a new -paper when someone came
in and began talking about the
winning ticket mil lirankcr said
be did not have h*
Another Taltt, Stanley Taitt of
Horte Hill gave evidence of his
having heard Gill say he did not
have the winning ticket.
The case continues today.
WHAT'S ON TODAY
Courti of Api'.caI and Petty
Debt10 in.
Court of Common Pleas10.30
a.m.
Basket Ball. Second Division
at Harrison Collage, DU
trtct A and Modern HIrIi
School at (too p.m.
PreaanUUon of Medals at Dl*
trlct A 5 00 p m.
Twelfth Night" at Parry-Col-
endge School5.00 p.m.
Recipes
Readers of the Bitbado-
"Advocate" are asked to send
la recipes lor paolieatlon.
These recipes will be publish
ed over a period of oue month
after which time a poll will
bt held and contrlbntors will
be asked to decide the best
recipe of the month The win
nor will be awarded prise
Each entry most be accom
panted by the following cou-
pon.
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ADVOCATE.
NAME:
ADDRESS:
RECIPE NAME:
I'M AM .\TK XIJW M.OSIM. HATE
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2. In the event of there belnc ro correct solution the one
t iiiriiiilns the least errors which is opened first by the
Editor u.ll ni the prise.
HORIZONTAL
1Performs.
9Lucky i
10-Whs wji Msitd f,
temple la Jerusalem?
14Clock face.
ISPapal veil.
II
HHear.
18i),M,lom of lime.
> nc piece.
12Printer's measure.
M In what sea weie Pharaoh's
chariots and host drowned?
~Rittcr
SS Dry. as wine.
17Careulvo touch.
-Predatory birds
p Preclude^
|3Skids to the side.
-Eccentric wheel-part.
-Forays
gjabwaj
has the
si bit.
H B
-I : motional lan-
Lla?kbird.
\; ..,.
t-fore.
SB-S&k.
7l-What peoples had dwelt in Ar
prior to the land being given
to tho children of Lot?
73Musician's baton.
75-Spikenard.
7ftCountry roads.
T7Curved molding.
VtJtTICAL
1-Jc.ish month.
Qu M
3 Symbol for tantalum.
4 Cunning.
5Flics aloft.
r,-Wanders from truth.
7-l)uct
Street railway (abbr>
9-A border city la the land of
Judah
What place were Joshus'l

\2inner lining of the iris.
t.-nli.-'l soason.
lIjmpieyt.

trust
36IJesctS'iants o! stie:n.
I letter
3Tiny.
30Split pulse.
31-College cheer.
-Of the moon.

38Who is the reputed author of
.he Psalms?
37Dubious.
39Tibetan gaielle.
40Bronze money.
43-Who owned the field In which
Abraham was buried
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51Shoshonean Indian. 63-Knob.
53Observed. 05 In addition
55Spirit of the air. Tranagraaeteei
56Asparagus 67How many mites did tl
57To what were the breast-
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MStupor.
00Cllmax.
02Serf.
waiting for
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PAGE EIGHT
RaKBATHt* ADVOCATE
WEDNESDAY. MAT M. 1M?
CLASSIFIED ADS p,,,>Lir wroi .m.un s...\
TKLCntONC ISO*
DIED

MH,
Field* Her funeral took x
Church Mm imm
Archibald Mil. iHti Ran i
'PUtmt name l-.d- 'grand-
M ft U
NUUll
.Mrirltl Ti.c
n m.
Gap. Martiod.lau
aaaieia JB P IH tO-0'
Weeibur. tm-t. r <* are
...k#J l.> .attend
Own and lr> Mrrrltt 'deuaiMleia'
Eleaha. Small ._
her late residence Somol Gap, Wrat
bt r. He-d at SO |. in t.-dar lot
the VMltoj Cetnetery Friend. i-
>M to atteead
Mi Mn Ir.nlse Hall
THANKS
ln The family of the laic Brute
Thomas bra through (hi- medium In
morn thanks to all those kir d frtervdJ
who Mnl Mn of ror.de-
lenee. or In an* war eapteMl i.iti
pain, in their recent bercevsmenl.
IT ft M In
IH< VIIOVVI
HRlBT ( HI kill lalKI rUI'SUATIIIN
^ lllll.l
IWTHAHCK EXAMINATION. lft_
Applications IOC entry to Ihe School U
----- mi he ,..-.! .j, -
September
1.T
__ lot... _
Ihe arturol on Mondays- Fridait,
.*> a m. and IN p m
Applicant, nul be beta..,:, |
'I I year, and II year*. 6 monltV
l.t of KrptMfibcr. Iftft)
The entrance r* mm nation will be bald
at Id* School on Fndev. IJlh Jimr, IBM.
at *.M a m Theie will be no accom-
modation al the School for Parents oi
Guardians on that day.
Application form, mu.l ba
UM lli.>uii.i-i!r.:. mn ]..i. i Uian ripiai
SSUl May. IBM
II 9 M-4n
nuar chi bum
I.IKI.h till MH I I..-. -4 ......I
raaadallaa atrkelarahle.
Thr re will ba oria 0* im-:r vaiaiKlai
lot Foundation Scholar* at the Chriel
Church Girli* Foundation School In
An ataaerii nation will ba hold a| School at JO in on Friday IJth
June. ISM Forms of application can ba
obtame-I from lhe Secretary, Sir l> E ""
Malona. at Harris..-i College, ami n
he irliminl to him toateUv-r wttti a I*
nr Baptiuik.il CVrUAcdftt not liter I
3 0* p.in on Friday 30th May, IBU
Candidate, moat ba-
ll' Thr Children of pailahoner*__
CbrftM Cl.ureh who ara In a* ali-
ened circumstances
>1> Bartween tha aaa ol |0 and It
Inclusive on tha day of t
illation, i a 13th June. IKS]
DEM MAUONK,
Hecieiao Trcaiuici.
i...\.r..t,- !*">'
Ch Ch GUIC foundation Schtxi
IM.** <
tOH KALE
NOTrCK
I (Hr
I Sl.l. .
betv.ee. lha eg-e o. ._ _.. lwl
In narbadoa ara roo,..e,i,d to call at ti *
AroawlCBn Conauk.ta Iran J,.
1M, hn SalacUva ffWiviaa nV[iiratia.
indaa tl^ Cnivaraal Military Trimi-i
AUTOMOTIVE
CAR .*!.
aiiai-ifji
CAB. Morn. I 1MT modal MM
nulaa in fod ordar Appl- J B.
Olll. Waurafoid St Michael
J ft M -*.
:'. :* modal. 1 nr tyraa. n**a
..pholalcT). low mile.Ir Oa/nur dnvrn
l.ica fta-7J J St Hill. TWaadMd* Road
Pi.l 4MX1 H ft In
All mala cn.iar,. of the ITnltad Slaw,
Wftf> attain tha aga ol II
July S !*.
a..11 l
CAR- Ford PnftKt Uta Ifttaf modal
i.i :.ni laodition good Uilaafa uadaa
"c-i"" *",'-...rssnr
1(40 rord Prafa-t T.#a mile,
nt (ondlUon II aw.to Ifiotia
nnlnCS KIM *
Miria I hp 4 door
.odel Moult Olfoid 13*00 rnlla-.
iwnpr dinar, and in excellent condi
i on pM Moral Oar Mia Ltd Talrpntw<'
*0* 11 ft U--4n
.iOTICE
PAtUftMl oi -i mum
Mil h vnotrt ',; oar .1
Ejihlblllon tenable .1 Q,,-,-
will ba raralvrd b ftha ..i.der-.Bi r-l -.
Ij I p m on Thursday 20th Mav. |*u
rSsessx JT'si.s^iv.'sr^c;;'
and muat not ba laai than yaan i.or
ntora than ll nan Ol ae on tha Ino
Saptarr.Ue. Itftff. tn ba pro % ad by a
boptlim-i certlfl,ale wh|ek . I
poay the jppllCBUon Form, of app.l-
cMftat. can ba oblali.ad ai lha Parochial
.'HOT CAR In excaUOfit condltlcai
.-,.' diivan May ba acan al
[. F.i1*.rr.ey. Garaga CaU .
St ft w-dn
ELECTRICAL
FRKllDAIRE. -Waallnshduaa in lak
.orklni ordar Ulal 0* Tampro Ckrc
rwal !*:* 3r
I'VL IO\UIO Model WG Eacall. .
i-ondlUon Vary Itttla uaad Praeticall^
M* Pho IM m 9 f- in
REJ-RlornATtHt- fall | Ht Q.l.g.
RadTftfarator f ttftftft-OM
LIVESTOCK
POULTRY
(HUT iNim.i
Oil' POPMBATTON -I llfMII.
naaaaal Kirtan Vhalarahla*
Thare will bo one oi i .
lor Sam.irl Kirton Si ho la r* aft I
Chrtot Church llcara' Foundation Hchi
In fteptomlfr-f lM
An eaaimnatlon will be hold al I
Vho.il .t IBim on Saturday. ln
iu
I appj
MM
. IK
..... D E. .
M^lonr. ..( Karrtaoa Cotlas
Da raturncd to him tocrtlier with a BlrUi
or Bapuamal Cartlnoau not latac than
S CO) p.m on Friday. 30tta May. lafiJ
Candidaloa mu-t he
Hi Children intending an Mat]
^> I......I. i !' ,
CHU-'KS New Hun .unhirat. Plymout
truck. While Giant. Dial 4JSB
tiit-Bi
MISCELLANEOUS
fllaoa. Chi
Watartoloura. Early book.. Map*. Auto
rapha ate. at Uonliura. AotUjuo Shop
.ijoinliiK Royal Yacbt Club
I (w i I r.
I'.FNIlitW- DOO MIXTURI *!>
il lorn, which btindi a dod to hi. boat
Suitable for doda Of Oil
II broad- Pricaa faV. and
II 00 Knight'. Ltd. US M Jn
iiii..'.i; i ,M
I .....ll. I II
Hoabuck SI Dl
Ml,,
(XltEAlA I'tni, Flake. Mnaddad
Whaal, All Bran. Oat PUVa. Ir. Tina and
Lara Taptocu W M Potd, Jft Hoabuck
ft Dial **- *-*
ROVS lOI'NDATION -( HOOI.
Faaadallea << n. There will ba one or mat" vacant-tea
lor PoundaUon BchoUra al tha ChrlM
Chinch Ucof Poundalion School in
Soptcmbor, 10M
An 1 .nntinaiHHi will ba held al tha
tdMol .1 B JO a m. on Salunta* Itlh
i-buidf.I lioni Ihc Blinlau Mr.D. E M.
Malunr. it rlarrltofl i
ba raftumaal to him togethea wlth.n lli/lh .
... lUptlamal C-it lleate not l.ilar than
s 08 p in On ritday Mth May. Iftot
Car.ilid.-ila. ina"
ill Tha children of pariihonet. of
learainei. Three
for S3 00. The Traveller* Club. Ur-d-
tiaw Building. SI Mlchaai'a Bow.
la-no
DfUBD ntir linn... P.lalna. Cu-
ranti Mlaarl P-ei A'l n.-ui *.;
W M Ford. .". Koebck 9t Dial MM
SO ft ftfa-Jn
no-DU" TablaU reliava A^thma and
raw difficult brealhlm Prlca B'- boa
Prrah -hlpmant u.l anlvod. Knlsnl'i
i I i;i:. an
Cl..
i who
i aha day of UM so-
uth June. VOW
}. M M.M -.!
Chrl
OMpn rnlng Bod v.
Ch. Ch. Boy.' foundation gjehool
IS S.Sa-4n______________^^^^^^
lilt I IIIU.I .UBlllOI
nitr.- a ..--.....----
For boy* wmhtul of onlcrlns tlt'i
Sclioal in im
entrance V.aioi.i-1 Ion will Ih- Held -1 Vw
I.rflge Scho.il on Satufdav June Hat. ba-
piniiinK 10 o'clock a m
Appllcanta mumt not hr uiiei ih..n
S yeam and H motiiht i
Ira .iea.il. lha lena of g
Cameraa now In .lock Aa turthar up-
pllea ara nnw re*lrlrted. thlt la an aa-
lellant opporiu.iiiv to oat one of thee
cameia- A G SI Hill Lid Dial Jllat
in fa
n i i
In
NOTICE
APPLICATIONS lor one or mora vacant
St. Michael'. Vaatry Inhibition* at
qiTCFN s CiiUJTXiR will ba> received b>
lha Clerk of tha Vaatry up to 11 noon
oa Wedneaday. SaHh May Itfta
Candldataa muat ba tha daugMan ...
pOlidhlonan in atraitanad cUruua.tai.cei
and muat not be. leaf, than t not moie
IhAn II >rara of age on the 2nd Sep.
loraber ItU, to ba proved by a Baptism*
CaMIFa appllcaliiwi
Fo.oi. of application will ba lamed ant
raaofvad al lha? Taainr dark-- Offlti
bottroan Ihe hour, ol It a m am
NOTICF.
ti'isi BTR.gLfXTION
I rtf.RFJtV ki,. nottN .....t I have
polated Ih- P.rochi.,1 llmlili.
land Street. Bridgetown a. tha placi
where l-.iriehliaiera ol the pn.Uh al W
Michael ..nd other peraoi.- il
U VOta at an- eleclior. of V.atrM
lor tha Mid Pail.li H] -aarmUU-
Monday, tha Mh da- ol June IBM be-
twaen tha houra of 10 jnd II o'clock In
lha morning to elect .. Vestryman lot
lha Pariah of SI Michael in tlr. place
Chrl.tonher A-iguatua Bralhwalte. de-
PaOICY H BURTON,
Parochial Tiea.ura*,
Fill -I .. ih IMM >TBI
Ai.mt i I i i in. BANK ACT. B_
a the tredltan balffni apaataUy llaaa
.. loan ol *inoo under lha provtaaona of
the above Ait agairiat tha aald Planla-
liono In reapact of ihe Agruultuial
IBM to 1053
No money has been borrowed under
lha Agricultural Aida Act, IM* or t
above Ad aped of iurh year
Dated Ihlt Mth dav of Kav IW;
C MVD Moirli
Ownar
Tt ft Mi
NOTICE
rt>l OF it ffiiii
. JO) Parochial Ttaaa.rrr Office a
be cloaed m from Mai Wlh to Juna >
both days inclualve
Signed a 8 OORllLN.
Pariichlal Trearurer.
St jvt, :
ar^L ESTATE
BUNGAUVK Stonewall Baaiga,.
known a* Banyan Berh. Brightan. Bl-k
Rock. Sar.1 Michael. ,th M.IM aq.^.a
at of land I
Tha -tar.--. .id for
' .'- Cir-petllinn at
.me. gtreat. Bat Trida. 0th June al I
"WII.TBHIMK PUAMTATlOhl''
dwaJlmghouae WHITE HAVEN all
In Ml Philip trh .bout m acre
Mad made .ip a* follow. 108 a.
grata. Ti bgni |
B1I.TMORT. run Village St J.mei
a aa Three Biilrnpt.il. Dining and
Urawing room- Blactrkclty. running water
ir. each room Oarage, and aaivanl room
DMI 01M- IT ft
J tana December mcluatv.
bull, I r.. i bacaa.
Togrlhe.
aharea In Three Houaea
ii.'" ks ..ill-"
With I 70
lory Limited
Thone Mr
2aX Tha
up to public
i roparty
compatition for
bidder beyond tha Bparaaaed value ..t 1
i m on, Friday tha Mh day of June 1W.J
A our Offica For lurtraer gairtlcular<
md condttton. ol aal. appay to lha under
Mgned
< AHRlNGToN UALV.
Lien Street
U ft U 13i
THIS ATTRACJIV! IIOMI
badroom ior iwo hedrooroa and dan
RUNOAI/1W ..I IbMaO and concrete con
atructi'm Combined forty feet livinal
oom and gallery. lull> cupboar Canadian alvlcd kitchen >'W
cadar lined double bedroom loaata
AlUtivrl> laid out gaide.
tree* and ample room lot vegrtablaa
Oar.ige witb braaysawa) to I
i.
lha l-.-a.ri. I. e-o.it. .> fkaBgaMaJll
Hlaaaad -IIS... eaa. icarh al aaaJn read
al Wartkiu. i.lie, ..... il.aoa Pb. a**:
AUCTION
UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER
By MbSaTVMI rt 11 wtD pall o>
ti. Had Uth 'It chattel llmia
S m the text, bK-ate.1 al corner Of
Ughlfoota OvatJ L_ii- Bad Chapni-o-
Street Spot can be rented Term. c.iWi
Sate al 1 p m.
VINCENT GIIIFF1TH.
I ATTRACTIVE NftTW rUBNIBHID ,
"> OaUoB
BrftSgetown Ijiile anraya cow SulUbla I I aaftuM > 00
PftMMie au yg i ftmjj,
'V -Bait
OH or M4I
i Hill, I'nlurnlahod
R atanrtl Phone
in >! f n
PT.AT FULLY FUBJfualDaaO. In Gnu
II ,-e Balmoral Gap rlaatlnra
Dial it*.
11 ft s
CLJBfSBA- Payne* Bay rnrnlahed ...
-ilumlthod. gallary. drawing and dlalng
tooma s badroawna twlth lunnmg
water in It. kitchen, toilet and De-h
ilnuaat Al Clapham, oppoatu tha V
St Michael Phone IMI
ft ft! -Jr.
A.> tUH XCfSMK.\TN
FASHION BOOKS UwaBfl
To help with your asta-ina pi
now offer thr lateat French FaahL
Book, ilyle. for Mid
Rred Street
TAKE NOTICE
DINACRIN
l WlNTHJUlp FBimi'CUl DTC.. a
.x.taon mao.red and ealatlna aapgar
.a*. of the aute of DaMaaaara,
led BtahH ol America Hi -
trade or buun---. addica. la I4B0
oMOgy. Maw York. New Torb United
Btatea or Amarka. haa applied lor the
eBjtraUaw of a trade mark m p-.t
A of Begietai m reaaact at matdltfeiBI
">d phanuaceularal praparellawa*. and
a-lli be anutbrd to regular the ami
ifter one month from the Jain da> ol
4... IMI .nleea ante peraon Uiall in the
Ita. ntlmr glva natlre in duptarwtV to M
il my oaVe ol oatpoMUon of .n rear.
traitor. The tiade mark can be (awn
... appllraUaai at ma ofkaaa.
Dated tbli ISth da of May ISM
H TTtl llnfctS
Regtatf.. c< Ttada Mark.
K> i Itin
SHIPPING NOTICES
ROYAL NETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
-tit im. FBOM i am,
tUTTlCA igth Mar ISBt
! a NaCarroat, Mtn May itat
J a BOMAIRE. 1Mb Juna. ISM
M a nUlPOR. I7th June. ISM
TAKE NOTICE
BI8MAG
Thai INTEBNATIONA1. CrlEMBTAI
COMPAMY irMTTTD a BrtUOh Coeopan> .
Manufa.lining Chetniatl whoea Uade t
Dualnru addiaaa i. The Factory Bray Road. London. N England hai app.r-i
(or ihe refUtratlon ol i trade mark In
Pa.M A of Tu-dialei ll. teapect of mrd
Ktnal and pharmaioutical preparalioti.
and a III be entitled to rrgl.ter Ihe pine
-Iter one month Iron, tha Mth day of
M..y IBM unlaaa aatraa peraon ahall In Uil-
meanllrne live notice) In duplicate to mr
at my office of oppoeltlon ol auch rraita-
"aUnn Ttae trade mark can ba -ean
aaplaratltm al mrr offftca.
-tup... TO iimm
M S wBLJBgBTAO. ITth 'vane. 1B98.
Ill IN.. TO TBINIBAD PABAMARIBn
* BBrtlSB III If-
8 S come A. Bid Juna, ISM
H a NoaBar Utl, June, ISM
U a BUNA IRS. ftOtli June. ISM
M S STENTOSL Uth July. ISM
MAIL4NG TO rmiMIDAB AMD
If BACAO
kl IIBBTIA. 11M Jufc. ISSJ
S P Ml -ns BOM 4 CO. Ill,
Agaoea
t A TUBE Will
j'-r Ml.
,- Cargo and
I.,.ta.
nd fUMbe
sa.tind Wadnaaday Mth inn
Tha M/V MONDtA will
arrapt Cargo and |ii>ayaigrra fat
Dnminara. Antgiia. Vontaarrat.
Nevit and P Kltu. taaBI
foe M.V -C*.
accept Canto and
Dominica, AulM>a.
Nan* and at Kim
urday Tth Juno. IMI
BW4. 1CBOJMI OWNtBS-
.Hiwitnov tDfC-l
".Han teir o. tatl
HARRISON LINE
OOTWAftD PmOM THE rJTfflTVD KINQDOH
' ...ken IN-ntal Plale can be r
paired Ba wuv balance yaui budgi
I Of living ii high remember
tltch III t .. -..;
Dental Lab L'ppr, Reed Rtreal
M ft B* Ii
17 ft M Bn
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
on Thuraday JOth by order ol the
Mlaaaa ShUitone we will all tliali fair.
tuture at LaurLaton" Strathcliile
which Include.
Ckl"Moti Dm11 K Table
Screwi. Couch. Orn-nient Table, China
' I..U-. P.M-
(m ill iii Mahogany. Black Marbi.
Top TabM. Picture.. Curbuna, Ola..
nd China. Bra... S.licr and I'lalcd
Ware. Fork-, faopnl Cutlery etc., San
saiee Oloaa, larse Old China flowl
and Old China Tea Sct.kc. Oak Chair,
and Heofcar.. Single lion and Painted
Woaaan Baditaada with spnn- and
IfgllreaaoB, Dreaalng fable., aood Mir-
rore.1 Pie.-. Lady- Deak, Folding
Screen all in Mahodany. M.T. Waih-
Und, Chamber Ware. Mlrrora. Book.,
Uraan Pre. Planter. Drab. Lnrdcr..
Kitchen Table., Lawn Mown PflllMII
Pot.. 1'irfection 3-Burnei OH Stove and
other I Ir ma. I POLeM
Sale 11 JO Tenni Caah
HKANKllt. TR<>TMAN d. CO,
AaMlftMMrera.
Mft.93 in
TAKE NOTICE
CENTURY
\i i .....i .. DeOtei
' .1 AIJ'REIi BIRD A SONS. I.IV
i rrMD. mmp-n mgantied under II"
tawa of 1 Hrllalu M iriifacturaJ
rtd MenlaaiiU. whoac trade at baanne.-
, iddraaw H DeMm.hite Wirb.. Btnnihgbain
U. tnalaeM ha. appbed for the ragjetra
tlon of a trade mark Mt Part "A- ol
teglalrr in teapect ol baking pawde-
nd all lubatancaw uaed aa food ot a.
linll-iiti iii food, and Will be entitle I
' reglrter the name altar otw moni'.
'lorn the day of May IMI unla-..
o notice In duplicate t mo at mr a*V-
-( opiillim of auch reglitrallon The
"d> mark Can ba earn on applicatl.
..I my office
Dated thl. Ilth da. of M.
SS MERCHANT-
S-S. "COLUMBIA STAR"
SS. T1UHESMAN"
S.S. "SELECTOR"
Newport
Ltverpool
Liverpool
London A
M/bi^vugJi
Livevpoul &i
Glasgow
3th Mv
Tth May
Sth May
17th May
18th May
20th May
2Tth May
1st JUflf
HOMCWAmD rOft THE I'NlTfTj RLNODOM
Vraart
SS. "GRELROSA '
S.S. "HERDSMAN-
Km- further iBfarrnatlan apply t*
Wm CaSBRh* IB BarhatdnH
Ijverpool 15th May
London 22nd May
DA COSTA ft CO.. LTD.Aaaata
la. ol May l*W
H W1UJAMS.
ReglaH., ,.l Trade Malk.
TAKE NOTICE
NOTICE
'I...... or sr. i-.-i r.,
Al-I'I.R'ATIONS for nnf li, Vc.trv
abhlblllmi tenable at Ihe Con.bermer.
School will ba received by the undei-
algriad up to 1 p.m on Thuradaj. Mth
May IMI
Candidates mu.l be lha aom ol Parlih-
aOnera in tralteii.it < niianiat....,,-.. ..,.,.
mu.t not lit leoa Ihnn MH year* nor
mora than ll'i yeara of age- on the 111
of Kevmrabrr IBM lo be proved bv a
baptlan-al iirtlhcala which muil accom.
pany tha appllcaUon
lorrna of application can be .blamed
at lha Perochl-l Treawurer Off-co
A T KINO.
Clark. 81. Plillip'a Veatri
NOTICE
pARiaa op ai. i.i it
Til IV.rec-,,.1 IJffile -> I.il. -,.. ".
luaed on Tliuraaay net ir,- iTrth nil
nd will be re-opened .1 HARROWS on
haturda.y. tu lit tn.t
Othca houra Tuaadata and Thuradaya
irorn 10 a m lo 3 p m and Halurdny*
n S a m. to la noon
OBWALD L DTtANF.
Par-
. hi...
SI l.UC>
M a w--j
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMHER
In Wadnvaday fill June b> ordei -
Tha Exocutoi. to Hit- BaUle ol UM UU
. b i*u Mill aril tin Furnlli
at "Whitet, iv. W Phil p whack
' at*a>n.. Chain. Liquor Caae. Wit,."i. S. ran,,-
and Oraamenl Tablaa. SWal-._i.ia. R-i
era. Folding Chair.. Curd T..bie. llai
it.oij H.ir.iinik H-Kik taaaa, lMn.fi 1
IJid. Settee, Large Hook
Door-. Flat Top Daak, Revolving Cliiin
all lu audaogany B W t bain & Bank
l, Perci.nl Belle.
U-aihn Uphob. Sola a. Aim CkaU..
Sat of Cut Olaaa Table (ilka, iffl PlaeO'
DUu-ft BervR-e. Hoval Worccater Tan flCi
Vice; Glaaa and China. Pit Ware 1
Enlre Dldtia. Spouna. Fork*. 11.1. A.
!-uH Knivca, Dlah Covera. ol
-r. A. Silver T- SarvM-e and Hell.
CaOtl 1 1 > ': Mahog
SprinBB and
Deep Sleep rlau He-da;
. 1, ...ari*. Coucbe* Pieaalng
Table.. Iron Bad. lead, Scraana, Cham
l>. 1 W-.e a-a-vtiolu. Oil laclilga-iator.
1 lluinrr Oil Stole, (oil Stovo, LardOl.,
. Lie11.1l. A
Tableo, Btap Ladder C-nlaa Cot, uardau
llench. Booka Llneu and many otkar
llama of inlaid Sale 11 30 o'clock
mNUI, TBOTMAN CO.
. .. ir,.
NOTICE
, the g.1.1- ai
I'll SIMM
HM.M1.II
1 <-t an
S.iba- rtW now lo ihe nail. Telegraph
England'a leading Dally Newepaper now
"i mna In Rarbadoe be Air only a law
daya after publication In London Co-
Mat: Ian Gala, eo AdvocSU C.. Ltd
l...rl Rapraaaatatlva. Tel 111!
IT.f BS-t I i.
rWNeBJ rnWTT Grapes Large A
Large A Small. Prune. Plneapplea and
t.lava. W M Me.ll.rd 1. Roebuck
HI Dial 3*m M ft SSan
TINNED MRATB lncheon Beel.
torned Mutton. Corned Beel with
. .1 It --.t li.et V.-..1 laaal. 4. Hnl
I W M Ford. noebuck
II D1.1 Mbi* M ft H Sn
> eand I
ahiiivi:i
Anatber Ihlpatral mt 1'
POPULAR
i.t.T booked
Iiicee ol no
Mgbar.
I'lllSOX Al.
The I
.t.l,.
GIFTS
For HrdrlliK--. Annlvrrmarira
lUrthdays. t in i.i. .utirs. et.
DIAMOND RINGS
GOLD A SI1A 1 1:
JEWELLERY
s your Iriii-H.-t- . .
Y. De LIMA
A CO.. LTD.
30 BROAD ST.
4 al MA.IVK GARnENS
fbj warned agatnat
craait to am peraon or parraoia
laoeiei in my tiama aa I do no'
myaell rraponiibte for anyone con-
ti acting any debt 01 debta In any name
iinlea. bv a written order algned by me
OBWAIJ) ROCK.
Pie Comer,
St l.u..
_____________ IT ftS-an
Tl.e public ate hereby warned again.!
c.iing credit lo mj wife I'RSIIJ A
MROWNE 'nea Spencri > aa i do not bold
ivi.e'l leapomtble hi her ni anyone alar
1 unt. acting *ny debt or debt* in mv
ileaa b> a nitllrn order algned
. Ft ASM TOBI
KMGH1
NOTICK IS HERKBV GI\rEN thai nil
..Hint havlna any debt or IMP upon
r ..fTectiiia: the Eatala til Charlra Tor-
A.i.u.Iua Km*' 1 ...t. ..I '!
1(11 in thr paUi.h ol S.1I11I I'lulip in H1.1
-land, -no eked In Ihla aaland on Jim
ISOS are hereb>
Ihrtr clalma. duly St-
I ir.ieai iu 10a irar mdai-iml
Thaya^lhullaadlay, Pubii. n
laiand ot Barbadoa quiHtted Admini-lrat. 1
1 the RhUte ol CharU-a Toning!.-
AuguMii. Knight draeaaed. Pub h
Hullding. on or belore Ihe llal dav ..1
.July IBM altei wln.t. I (hall 1
Idlttrtbule the aaaeti ol the ..id calaie
.-n.nng Ihe partlr. entitled thereto liavli a
( irgnrd lo the debt* and claim* onl> .1
, winch I ahull itien have had notkhf 1
that 1 ahall nol be liable loi .net.
tii.tnbuted lo any peraon of whose deli
or claim I ahall not have had nonce .1
the time tl luch dbtrtbutlon.
AND nil peraoni indebted lo I'm
aid e.lalr ate lequeaie.t to aetUe the.i
irounli without delay
Italed thl* 17lh da> ol Ma- IBBJ
TrMOTHV TlltrOPHfl-I'S
Ihe aCalalr ol
OIABLJDS TDMtCMOTON
AUPUSTXIl KNIUIIT
deceaaad.
M 5 ftS-an
MANAQEH A capable ma
MftSlI IMsjai t.i ,% .-. nl
....
I .perlen.e-1 nmnM, quartet 1
provided trail Mr. Rryan. No ) To
at ft a in
RADIO KLECTIUCIAN loi our Fir.
1 kal Dapailmeni. Apply in peraon Wit
egattv iH'doa. Ud It I S3I ( n
WanUd D ...all. I.
"ittee lady aaalatant lo lake rharate
( Informatioo IHoe.ni Saawell Airport.
A knowlrdle p| typing md Sp.ml.h
il... 11
1 .11111.01 Barbedo, 1
1 MISCELLANEOUS
b
REVNOIJ) BROWNE,
IT ft IS-In
If PATS TO ADVERTISE
IIA1 (STATE
D'ARCY A. SCOTT
Rial Estate Aoent am>
Aucttomesw
of Middle Street
oilers for sale from his ex-
ttensive list:
A three bedroom stone bun-
aialow on in* sea. below
Oistin.
And
HARBAREES HOUSE with
2*4 Acres of land. It Is with-
in orn? mile from Bridge-
town.
If you are interested In
properties, why nol .verlnok
his list, or dial 2645
28.5.52Sn
I.OVF fb KIIMI
_____LOST
MISBTNO Irom Car near Hoc kin. uo
Club. Lady* navy-blue handbag cam lair
n. Omega watch and wedding ring Ol
cut!men!al value An paraon givinn i
iiiioimatioti leading lo recovery will be
weU lewarded Call Brooke, eredbc |
Beach Club, between A and Turn
HWEEPMTAK K TK'KKl Hci le. P
> I
Finder plea
Hotheraal Turning.
owerad 1
Thou ..
riael He.. g|
fM hO'e
as.ft.M-i,.
SHORT STORIES. ARTICTaTt,
VFR8K POt Ihe ('11.1.1,1,8. Mn ,
A.tepted material will be paid
after publVcallon Send Ml
Kins. New Era I'reaa, rTharor..
avMjJka.
Pains in Back.
Nervous, Rheumatic!
Wrung f ' ai i I. .
i>verork md IraViaaal fOaaaoft. pul
a Btrain on ih- Kldne.. and Kt ine.
and Hindder Iroublee are the true
eau.e <>( lvc-- Acldit.. tirtio.it Up
N'lgM v Ht-rnln. Par...... Leg P.iflC
Norvouinaea. Pli.lne... Swollen An-
kle*. Rricumatl-ni. Puff. Kiell.!- and
^e!lri. .-.,.....
PRff^^'A """'/'/RET
TRADr taSl MABR I
&iuJi$U- iiziti 'lax: *ixa. ^J
Th-t JDNKnI'lNGS OCM VULCANrl
r\NIisTICKS FARRIKSAKTIEBOLAO.
.. joint .lock i.imp.iv organlied undo
Ilia law* of Sweden. Malih Manula(l>irei a.
a-boa*. trade or bu.ineaa addn .. If. 1*
V-alia. SnorgaUu. Jonkoplng, swadn
KM -pplied tor the .eajiatralton of a trade
rr.ra m Part "A" ol Nealater In reepec!
miilh from the
irTJaBS
*Ve of eppoal
Jatraay, United State ., a. en.- Mjii-
i. lartorera. whoac trade 01 buiincai
..ddreaa :. CM Filth Avrm... i
VI State of Ne- York V HA hat
applied for the registration of a trnde
mark In Part "A'1 of R.-sUUr In reaped
Of -,unking tobac.o and clgarrtlea. and
will be entitled lo reglaaar the aarne
......th i,..u. the Mth day ol
May ISM. unless earn* peaaon shall in
"i" meantime glva notice In duplicate
t:> ma at mv omoa of opposition ti aueh
.Ki.trauon The trade mark can ba SeaJP
application at mj.' oOsra
Dated Ihl* Ilth day of May IBM
It WnUAJalB,
llegi.t,.,, ol Ttade Marks
MS ilIn
Canadian National Ste ams hips
-Ol Ml III M sn Hall. sail. galls Arrlars sail*
MenllMl H.llt.a Baeeeaa BTaTas B'aaa
1AJ>V RODNEY ia v.. 1> Mi.. ft Mn v 1 June 1 Jane
-ANADIAN CHAUXNUEIl SO May 1 June II Juna |l June
1 ADY NEUBON JUM ia June 14 June U June M June
CANADIAN CRUlSfUt V June IS June a July 3 July
CANADIAN CONSTRUCTOR June SJuty 11 July July 11 July
I ADY ROD NTT 11 July It July : July M July
NOBTTfBOrND Aitlaea galb -Uttraa Aertvea Aerlaaa'
Bdoa B'daa BL Jaftut Baataa Nsllfu M nil. a
CDN CRUISER ,. m Mat 1 ANADIAN at May ft Juna s Juna 11 June
CONSTRUCTOR ) June 11 June
IADY RODNEY is June 1 ANADIAN '" it June ~ IT June 11 Juna 1 July
CIIAL1XNGEK a June ?l June IB July 11 July
i-\DY NJELSON SJuly ilv IS Jury aa July
i 1'N CRUHOOt M July It July n July I Aug
CONaiTRUCTOH H July n July 9 Aus. Aug 10 Aug
LADY BODffBY .. T Aag. a A.ig Auaj. N Aug 1) Aug
TAKE NOTICE
{ FOB further particular* apply to
GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.-AgsaU.
.avalier
I. m TV
.(.nucatlo.! ..
Dated !hb
lUt da) of May IBS]
H WIU-1AMS
llceutier Of Trade Mark.
M ft :-} -.ti,
Asthma Mucus
Loosened first Dav
:'... .
ruin joiit .le.,.
day >a ii|hi .u. ,4t trying Mrs.
EXVo I".. r.,e, medi.tne .. no,*,
in.ke. Injection or sgarnv. lui .,rka
threuah tba Mood, Ibu. .-robin, lhv
hmg* ... I bronrl ,r ,>.. Tb. n, rt
deer atari, helping nature imiir.ll.
il.lyj.... | Help- Mosen ail tr-
move thick .ti.inilnx mu.oa I r\,a>,
promolesi freer bre.-ilhini atljaou-irle,.
fipMob oau "
sag
Cl(GllTRANSATLANTIQUE
;. cUUIbis from He.abs*n>le>a to GBa4eloBB, Mil Hail!.
Rarbadoa. Trinidad, La Guaira, Cajnggfto A '-iilm
TI...!
B J
REYNOLDS riaBACCO
CO-WANY a corporation urgaiined gud
istlng imder Ihe law. of the Stale
-rt K Jersey United Stale, of Amer-
ica. Tobacco Manufaclurer.. srhOM irSdt
biialneaa address la Math and Fourth
etreeu. Winrlotr-Salem North Caiollna
USA baa applied for the rrguiratltm
of a trade mark In Part 'A" of Regtctat
m rrapect of tobacco and tobacco
produ.U. clgaretlea cigar*. amoklng
t .|.i'c. snuff. .,,...-., arllrMt*.
Ugarette paper matche.. cigarette cases.
.i,.i ggj
pipe.
imokins tobacco, and will be "enlitlrd
to ragtsiar Ihe ,.w after one month
from lha Mth day of Mai. ISSf
dnMaa .cane peraon shall In Ihe niewn-
tlrraa live hollce In duplicate lo live
at m iifflc* of nppoaltlon of inch reg's-
'r.tln The irada nwb can be seen
Dated lln. 1Mb day of Mkry 19U
)i arrfj.ia'atja,
Ra-jutrar ol Trade Mark.
MIM-'n
ProSB So^tdSSBSH,,
"COLOMB1E" .... 8th May, lpf,] ,
"DE ORASSE" .... 4th jSne, 1*52
Arrirri Ba.baUaa
21-1 May. IMS
10th Juna, lMt
"Not c.llini it GuadeloUDB
SAILING FKOM BAslBAIiOS TO BCROPB
GOVERNMENT NOTICE
WAR DAMAGE TO IIKITISII PROPEBTY IN FRANCE
Aiinouincmciiu in the itoura of Trade Jouroal on February 1st,
1M7 and Jung 7th, 1*47, gave dt-liuU of arrangements between H.M.
Government and ihe French Government relating lo compfsnsaUon in
respect of war damage to British property In France, and notified the
final date for the registration of clsiros as December Slst. 1947
An extension of the final date lor the submission of claims to July
7th, 1932. has now been granted under Article 37 of Law No. 52* ol
January 3rd, 1952, to those British subjects, Corporations and Associa-
tions whose claims were, or would have been, rejected because they
were submitted after December Slst, 1*47.
It should, however, be noted that this lav. does not permit the rc-
consideration of claims which have been llnaily rejected for any
i>Iher reason.
Claims must be made to the French War Damage authorities direct
md should be in th* French language. H.M. Government can accept
io responslbllilv for the actual filing and prosecution of claims.
24.5 522n
"DE GRASS*'
"COLOMBIE"
*"DE GRASSE"
19th May, 1952
1st June, 1952 .
29th June, 1952
Sailiing direct to Southampton
29th May, 1953
Ilth June, lMl
9th July. IMI
Flir PANS. mat B* 1 VS
Are Yours in Order? If not
They Are ubtaiitable at
THE WiXTmAi. tMl'Ullll M
Corner Bread u,ti Tudor Strsjefjg
yaaar kidney, clean
vndlM.-iII.im.. V!
':;;.
PAIR OF Gl-AHSBH
..Cyito3i'H:?tl
!e'*-tra-Ve>-,e,r,e
M T11W GUEST
HOUSE
IIASTINOS BARBADOS ;I
Under new managt-nu-n: o
Daily and longteim rates
quoted on "equest
aBormaxient guests
welcome.
Dinner and Cocktail
parties arranged.
J. B. Bl'CKLAND.
Proprietor.
<.-f^f>tVt.>e^,<.VlVJ,V'.'-^*r'-'-1, !
MM! HKVT
V.I .able bu.tnesa pramlaes on
bora thg Pom
OnVe vrilh back entrance .
hill St.ee' Fronlaae contain* tw >
door, and larse snow
window Ideally suitable (or any
business, especially a
Urug Store. In close proiimlt. \i
1 parkma places and the It.,.
Slandr Akkt eool and -,
upilalr* c.iei the proBUsee
eferred to above These office.
oti" business srembes w |
re-.fed srprrslelv
,nav be de.irod Applv lo
Ltd.
Riekrtt SKrcl
BUJJ
S. P. C. K. BOOK DEPARTMENT
C r. ii iiiiiisiiv a vn.. i.tii.
A shorl list of new title- nnd rrplacemrnls from a large
shipment of Books, etc., |ust received :
TEDDER : Roderick Owen
MY INDIA : Jim Cotbett
ADVENTURES IN TWO WORLDS : Cronin
VENT! HE TO THE INTERIOR : V.n der Pt
CHILDREN OF KAYWANA : MittelhoLcc
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE
WEDNESDAY. MAY 2. 1932
This Could be Greatest Year for British and Empire Athletes' f
'.:%'.'>'''>''''''"''*'''''*'**'''*' ,
Today Is
Derby Day
By LONDON. Monday
'*-.a studying- form
books and entry Uftl in an
Holder o, tin- world's IUU metre* record)
TIIK year 1862 will probably go down in athletics bis-
: IJntish and Commonwealth per-
fori'.' High, both in England and various
. world, during the past Iwchc months or so.
t. b' IthoUl navinu to hold
my toi Mr."k
I i*. rJtblnkl
' his tremendous
Mil) there
; uuttM barking up
( lianiiutei will ! John Parlut of
-HM to arc the endeavour to find the winner of
I ChH < hjtaway. who '"*' *<> most popular sport-
t 111 with nn astounding >S event the Derby Stakes which
; proportion i.'ianec in the 5,000 metre*. ,,*" "* run "" at Epsom on
Bui d-.nl forget that the Com- w*dnesdav Fnrty top-flight thor-
"iwcilth can produce a few ""Knbredi will rontest the one find
I "good-uns" when It come* to a ha ""tie mat which will be
. inp "chest In the history of the
..iji I *o optimistic? V,- -^ -^ McFj|r_ N will be worth 20,587 to
c (Quarter and half mile) who the winner compared with r 1B..W.
in the 1948 Game. ;.: lh' previous record set m .
Iltd who baa a victor ffi Th* *"d famous race
".- ov- A.thur Wlnt U. his credit, which takes its name from the
"l5^l52*r2Sft l'-'" " *""* *"- l^hEa.lIUerbVWafl.,t.n
1 :'"J J D-m s won the Epsom in 1"80 and except foe
ikcc Indoor Games two ""'ak* during two world wa
rule event in 9 mins. 15.7 sec- *hen ten "substitute'' ran
ends, and Jack Carroll who has rVn at Newmarket, the el. I
n 400 metres In 48. sees, to hu a'*ay* been run over the horse,
name. 'hoe shaped track.
f\U tr.lia's miler Oon McMillan
is unolhcr 1 would not rule put
>f the reckoning
Back BUI with the British
have big John Savings-
gets nearer lo worlil .lass
time ho putts the shot and
nir.v well go close In hi*
Record Entries For
Intercolonial Sports
THREE DAY MEET
OPENS SATURDAY
due I
Cmpetit
eoaehtng
: ."k. The
glass track would then-
i< slow hi* BUKk
Farnum assures me that he
ride to give the public
the opportunity of teeing him
Against the champ* from other
colonies before he leaves.
Locals in Training;
The local athletes are in serious
daining and HuntO expect* to re-
onds
..........-- -,-------__.----------___ .... ._____.......-. and
Saturday. Mav 31, continues on Monday, June 2 and end* Blenman of the local constabulary
on Thursday, June 5 have been m training for the Police
--..-... ----- Sports and should be in good
The Association have doubv in*imuon rtace Illim flir Ine spim!
.... m"de an nll-out effort to in,-." There will be a special invita- \r\ x** ?on distances Hil| and
, some life into the Meet since | tion 60 yards dash in which it is Uoy'3 wlU baU,e ,n Uie M0 I"***!
(By O. S. COPPIN)
A i nord number of two hundred and sixtv-two entries
have been accepted by the Amateur Athletic Association
M I'.nrbados for th,> forthcoming three-day Intercolonial turn i Time better-\hn bo
Cycle and Athletic Meet which opens at Kensington on '<-r the 440 yards. Archei
I hat
anking
united lop
:yclisls and athletes
xpected that I*wis. Archer. onp milp and thtf* ">" ** uneei.
The track Is regarded as a true
teit of speed and stamina foi
three-year-old colts each of
whom will carry 126 pound*.
The start is at the bottom of -
hill
the
Urn
take part in th- i
Kiuht Step
Thii -
direction
individual
Blenman and Innlss will be seen '.,
In this event. ISovellie.
Turning to the cycling events Novcllie* ol this meeting are
there seem* to have been a wealth 'be parade of the athletes on the
D ,t..,, l. .K- ri-h. "t talent attracted in the three i:rjt day which should be well
tee ffaW . i- ni <"lMe. hi the "A" class there worth seeing and the fact that
nfrformancpl i m wl" ^ " Berbice Wheel champ ">e prizes for most of the event*
Idifo> the nr*t"fouV"furlns ra7ti*uU,: n\cr.t ,xc.pt -b.% 11' **** LK,dp" whn "1 tno le**~ *>" ^ presented immed.^ely
horses have a study climb, made In competition ogarrS the in^clhlon form in B.G. today. *" flnbhof the evenly
drop until the fa,n- n-pirscntatives from From Trtn'dad .comen the This is based on the model of
bend at Tottenham ,,,iu.r Utrritoria -mit have iu Olympic hope David Malthieu I he Olympics and is the method
Corner is reached. It is from this i^. mad(. linii,,r ^.nrt,,!,:. ?h-.t whllp ,h bendfour furlongs from the ,,,- ,K.n,.lMv J ^ Tnln other Trlnldi,d ar* "" makin the i- aimed to eliminate a lot of the
nlng post that the horse* begin to JSKSi close of the
make their tlnal effort over fairlv Tht. lot.ai stars spearheaded by lt day** programme.
l-IrdV Siri, '1" 20 Thc A"*'ciation bavi broken B mm Olympic hope,____________________________
yards which U lightly uphill m,w Kloun(| , ,hr l.ni(,1,r;iCPmPni Ken Farnum. L. Carmlchacl. D.
During the first 50 years the <' un-ng. Ann I tnake no secret or Derby attract! -I little attention but having Invited W.ilte, (lit*, n after a lay off, Johnnie Skinner.
. wt .V .2"VC *^ ll0^ '*>da> 'here Is worldwide interest the Grenada Don' Secondarv holder of the local live mile record
','i !i\"'. ^ "ire* anxi espocially in countries running School Athletic star to take pert in the "A" and Intermediate
the JOU foi Kood measure. sweepstakes on the result, the most | the School evenU. classes. R. Sottaur and the newly
famous of which Is the Irish Hos- 1 see also that he has been promoted Darcy Yarde will all
pitnl Sweep, tht winner of which entered for the 880 yards, the- be tbere to slvc battle to the
High Jump and the I^ong Jump Intercolonial invitees.
Farnuin's Farewell
I understand however that
Interest nit; Kecord
lid be accused of false *U^_,_c/,,ha'ul I"!11
modesty if I did not include m>-
If in the list ot poiblc-<
r are Inclined to think
''ial 1951 saw me at my peak.
Hut although 31 lr.. comparatlvel;-
vi^akUig. n ripe old age for 0
printer, I am out to prove then
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vean since Brit-
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Olympic sprint
Hi
Our girl* too
have never been
in an Olympics
With kUCh ':.
derful chance*
ot kuecese. A
;>letc)y lit June r'milda could
the 100 metres. And. de*-
e the rk itnilitellon of thi-
nmparable Pinny Hlanker*-
len, winner of four gold medal-
the 1948 Games. I look to
eila Lcrwill. holder of ihc
fM-reeond, lo win the high
nets 50.000
In addition, the famous event u 0pen events.
draws nearly half a million spec-
tators most nl whom go to see the
colourful surroundings apart from
the running of the race. Facing
QKtens'
the grand Stand on n hill
:h the race is run tl:
und inB 0,l<" '" "'
public
n interest-
U Windward
Islands Inter-School touinanieiit
111 mill around gaily decorated Gl"f> won the marquee tents, hookies stands, >'*" ""d Long Jump crowning
fried tlsh ntnlls, icecream barrows his performance with the credit-
and shcciting galleries while fur- *hle achievement of winning the
ther afield an amusement fair High Jump ul 5 feet 11* Inches.
complete with roundabouts pro- This is several inches higher than
vides a riot of colour in contrast what our local boys have been
with the grctn turf of the winding returning ft-r the past U-.\ j
racetrack
Farnum will be seen only in the
short distances, 1 mile, mile and
iwo mile because the grass track
is slower than the road on which
m is spending most of his
eriously for Hel-
will have ta rid*
SUITINGS
FOR
"^i* time training
nki where h
MfM d
meet la
BAIXKV mtC'KS THE TAPE-
flnit iisain. Will lie do too
at M.lslnkl?
belie
,v In
No Derby scene would be com-
plete without It* fypsles WBOM
brightly painted caravans have
now been forced to camp well
way from the track. Bui Ihil
will not prevent them from ming-
from 20 year old nK wlth ,-rowds to tip cert" win-
Majone Jackson. I nfrs nr n(T,.r )o tc|j vour fortune.
The grandstand will be packed ^"
lige
6. June Fouldl I
In addition to this Gittens ran
tflCOnd In the 100 yards and 120
yards to H. Bain, his fellow
Grenadian whom, I un
he beat over the same distance
at their school sports
K'i i i.i
Also fi
io mu.ii greater keeni Bhlrtej Strickland (80 metres oVthk'stands
athlete* thinwelves. The idea 1 hurdles) Ray Weinburg who has th.ie will be
f Wing her
n-under and
M COUld bent many
ale sprintei.N
Australia teiere are
On the athletic side too. fans
will be afforded the opportunity
seeing George I-ewis. veteran
ntatlves of many pa- '"" ^'"l Oeg*J Lewis, vani
Dukes and En'rls arid *&** champion of Trinidad.
with rep
Uons, with
high-ranking officials and owners
occupyinK the most exclusive part
This year however. <1' BM In him a:
member of the by his showing
running Just f. i the ake Of run- a lime for the 120 hurdles of 14 Rav&l Famli'v nn-set
nmg is on the way out. There iccunds, and John Treloar. Olym- u ,ni| m mournine for the 1st.
IS too. ,i far more HriOUS an- pic wml-tlnalM lour year. ago. Km* r,cor-W P
lo the often boring husi- who may unset all my plan* fn *,cor"c *,,r-
lies* of preparation and givater the 100 metre-. --------------
IneUnatlon to tight.
in eventi Un re u n to much
of the "aftel >"u Claude" atti-
tude. Ami ha n ulted In
better Umi i and tlgures all
round.
Add U) Ihl
reflected in all written
in the United
the formerly dispar-
aged British and ConunonweeJUi
n'hleles. and the feel that the
land of the Airnighty l>llar
does not io far appeal to have
thrown up the usual running.
rho
loaough be has been running for
ears now still has plenty
I mu vidnced
in the recent
the Court Intenialloiial Sports Meeting of
the A.AA, of Trinidad when he
beat the American invitees
WEATHER REPORT
YEflTERDAY
Rainfall from Codringtoo: .01
ToUl Rainfall for month to
date: 2.06 ins.
HiKhost Temperature: 86.6 *F
Lowest Temperature: 72 fi F
Wind Velocity: 9 miles per
hour
Barometer: (9 a m ) 29.979,
(3 p.m.) 29.910
TO-DAY
Sunrise: B 40 am
Sunset: 8 18 p.m.
Moon: New. May S3
Lighting: i"i p m
High Tide: &.33 a.m., 7.03 p.m.
Low Tide: 12 19 p.m.
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Hut fr mi generalities to par-
ticularities. From whom, on thii
fide of the Atlantic ind In DW
Commonweallli, do I expeetl
Orework* at He]
Firt. I think I would pull
Arthur Wint the great Jumatcai
runner, ar.ti rapteill Of ihei:
in this year, who muni hivi
a wondi the 40*
metres .if retaining the title Ju
so lini d from un-Tj
der Hi. no e of Herb M.-K.-nleyrt
in 1S48
Arthur is Iraininj foi both the'J
S(>0 and tin i > vents.:
L'ut 1 fed hit best chance will be
In the i And the
: no doubt.iii< his own detcr-j
itlon tt add pnother gold j
ti the one hi already^
owns. Id
T len theK It Itourr HannlSterS
(1.500 ea -oldg
foi i i Oxford mllor, currently h
i'
the half-imlr _^ .1 iw.uk (if in-tf
I over the*]
1 havej
ful chance of
Cable And Vi'intern
Defkal Curllon
Cable and Wireless defeated
Carlton in a cricket match played
at Boarded Hall on Saturday.
May 24. Carlton batting first scored
82 all out. E. W. Marshall top
scored with 24 not out and F. B.
Edghlll scored 23. They came to-
(.ether in an cishth wicket partner-
fhlp when Carlton had lost seven
wickets for 10 urns and avid
their team from complete collapse
B. Croney. H. H. King and K. L,
Hranker toi>k 3 wiekets each for
2. 7, and 23 runs respectively.
Cable and Wireless replied with
93, C Scale lop scored with 32
while N. T. Clarke scored 16. For
Carlton Geoie Edghill took four
wickets for 13 runs, while F
Edghill and K Warren bagged
three each for IS and 17 runs
respectively.
ever event she chooses l,> enter.
My personal opinion is that she
stands moat chance in the long
lump.
Quite an impressive list Isn't
it. And It is by no means eom-
plete Bill Nnnkeville. I.en
Eyre and Kiiropejwi L'fio rnetrva
champion Brian Shenton are ,m!y
three I have not dwelt upon
I
llul thos*. I hnv.' mctmnnr.t
will make Hip l^-.l in ihc wuvli*
go all out. And althouKh tho
chU-f challeiiKP is likely lo cwm
r from the l'nile.1 Slates. I feel
liter-.-sportsman of thp Waak- Ohrl ln"' ""- til"-- m
HI. .peed "lienfoj.u... olrmple hop. eard. Unless nnuooa holds nn
1 him clock Hut 4 1111.1 11 unnperlrdly strong hand, Bril-
sccood rnil.-s at th Now TmUJBB Neither must I forget Yvette am and tlM Co ..1th are
,|; n .nil. Williams versatile New Zenlun- itoing to pick up qullc a few
ago; II h b) ^< lor der who should do well In what- tricks at Helsinki In July.
away with Ihc title.
They'll Do It Every Time
"Fry THE POOR TELEPHONE OPERAOR.
fT?hstahc.a u>is-oisiAncc called
MILL C5IVE STRCT INSTRUCTIONS
. THUS
By Jimim ll.nlo
Then 1VHEN SAID R4RTy is *
MOTIRED AS PER INSTRLKTnONS'"-
OUR &4L IN THE MIDDt-E 6ETS THIS -
A tense incident in the Trinidad
Barbados Tornado tournament
generous in victory the Barbadian
skipper hurls a life saver to a gallant
but gasping victim of a Tornado
turnover.
Asa reminder why don't you attend
the grand Tornado Dance at the
Crane on Saturday 31st May and
remember, say "Gimme a Carib"
and absolutely no one will give you
$100.22 try it.


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