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me along.
"It's a good empty snail-hell."
he explained. "Somebody else might
want to live In it."
"Who?" asked Hanid.
Dlllt Nearby Rock
Hanid went and railed Blackis the
Beetle who lived under a nearby
rock. "Knarf Just found an empty
snail-shell with nothing broken
about It. We think somebody else
outfhl to livs In it."
"An excellent idea," said Blackie.
"But who?"
"We don't know," said Hanid.
"I know an earthworm named
Sam who lives just under the left
handed root of the old apple tree."
*ald Blackie suddenly. -Ill ask
him." So Blackie went to the left-
handed root of the old apple tree
and rapped several times on the
not By and by Sam the earthworm
stuck hit head out.
"Who's calling?" said Sam, look-
ing around. "If it's a robtn I
here."
"Who's calling." *k..l Sdbl
The superstition that pearl* even brooches. You can combine a pearl, tie a knot "oundthe
mean tears soems to have been a couple of long strings of pearls, hatpin pash the knoi up cioa* yo
entirely forgotten today. Or per- but instead of just allowing them the pearl, then pull out the Hai-
nan It is that fashion denes to hung down onto your topics, pin. Slip on another pearl ana
superstition, when it concerns i evening dress, tie them together knot as before. If you only want
popular vogue! Whichever w'- It with a ribbon low at one side of the row a little longer, only put
may be. pearls are undoubtedly the neck in a quite effective knots at each end. Actually
the jewellery fashion of the day. manner Mad necklets are wise be-
They are outstanding in a period ___. cause they save the .beads seat-
when beads, "jewels", "gold", "Lover % Knol Necklet tering all over the place if they
silver, and glittering baubles are You ran have your pearls re- do happen to break.
worn by all women at all times, strung into a "lover's knot' ^^
1 I have never understood the necklet. One short row can be A Clip *"i ine r-ar
false superstition about pearls, left as originally threaded, and Earrings which clip on to, or
which are far too lovely to be another row arranged Into three go through the ears have nevpr
passed by because of some fool- bows, and attached at intervals been more fashionable U"*n__they
Ish saying.
wouM *tirk out. So all In all 1 think
I'm too big for a snail-shell."
With that Sam pulled himself
back into hu hole.
"I've got another idea." said
Blackie to Hanid. "I know a slug. A
slut; looks just like a snail except
that it hasn't got a shell. A slug
is Just tht thing."
So Blsekle went lookin* for lbs
lug. and finally found it resting
under a mulberry hush.
la a flurry
"i n-ntorntng," said tht slug to
Hackle. "What arc yuu running
around for? Art you in a hurry?"
I'm looking for you," replitd
Blaclie nd then he explained
about the empty shell. But the slug
shook its head. "No. thank you. If
I warned a shell. I would Ium
one Inng before now, I oV
staying Inside a shell I like t* g
out and move around."
"I guea* nobody wants In live
"" i that shell.*' Knarf said afli
oTu b. ,. ., ... lmna ,ln"ui iolti h'm houl -..
' ll' Blackie. said Blackie. the.arthworm and the slu;:. 'I
Knarf just found a very good, very I hadn't found it.'*
sound, very empty snail-shell with At that instant Hanid. who h* I
nobody in if. gone to take a last look t the ihfp
So? said Sam. suddenly .houted: "ConM ktttl
Somebody ought to live In it Look! Somebody's moved in!"
on account of its empty. How would And lure enough, when Krai!
ia',l,^\t- 1* '"."V; n nd Kk*e looked, they saw a tiny
Idliktithns. said Sam. "Only." web In front of the door to [ha
he added the nest moment, "if my empty shell. A spider had moved
head got in it my U.I would stick |a] ;, ., hsgkr Knarf shouted ...
cut. And if mytailgot in it. my head I to her. "It's your house now!"
.... i .....*L. i
And even ^1 sure J^y * gecure.
To Catch the Eye
to the first necklet. You migh; are just now. And they are becom-
well copy this idea. ir.gif the ears ore worthy or
If you have a double-rowed them.
choker, give this an original touch But ears arent Just alike.
7*12 by fastening a jewelled brooch Some are pretty, some could bo
over it at one side of the throat. made much prettier than they
You can effectively attach your arr &"ilny ears are as much a
Upa" to a necklace, but do makc-up fault as a shiny nose.
If they do show, they need a
littia make-up so that their skin
The four short rows of pearl* tone will be the same as your
flnislud at either end with o face. The skin of the ears is
coloured stQM <:.teh the eye. generally a trifle shiny. A ligm
These are tied in a loose bow on touch with the powder-puff will
to a choker necklet of pearls that put a stop to this.
,v* womi^fnllv hag l-;t'ls interspersed into it Or you enn use Cake make-up.
?. -f."n?'^.A. l^"*..WSgl-r This bou. hi caught If cake make-up Is used, touch
nUlr. ,Sr the hirt^neVkcd *> invisible threads to keep It I he sponge to the ear in one or
dav rSaaTeT trie lot-nSked i" place. The live strand neckh then spread or blend
^mlr^roS The iSw dark * "W* k" ^"h * finger-lip.
f^^eckreT^And^^ugh'th; gt* " ,hP ^ar,inw of
single, double and treble rows '<* teet.,'
He, ..mill,; To All
Whereas gilt, and some coloured
stones do not suit all and
dry. pearls are universally
coming. Their gleaming lustre
brings out the best points of
woman's complexion. And ev
if the usual creamy pearls d
not blend with certain skin tone,
there are the newer pastel tinls
of the day pink. blue, mauve
and grev to choose from. You
will have noticed, too. that two
even three colours ally very
are still populai
ments are as striking :
unusual.
Always Remember
Harking back to synthetic
pearls. let me give you a tip or
two about them. Clean them
regularly They'll look all the
batter foe ; w "I nibbing with
tissue paper. Don't, or.
, count wash Them, lt will ruin
redness to
may be prone.
down
hioh the ears
USTSMfK floras
nnuAi MAT so.
Fashion Your Own Necklet
Fortunately pearls arc far lei
expensive now than they were
. ,,^i. And. b> the
way, pearls, the ordinary round their lustre, and if they are not Th-
kind, as well as more elaborate particularly good ones, take off s oo
drops, can be bought singly, so their skin." ^
thai you can work out some ex- Thread them on nylon. It is p..de. I a p r.. .
travagant Ideas for yourself. For much less liable to break than iion> News from amain
it is quite possible you have ordinary pearl thread. You can i.uis ss a.........
some broken strings tucked away often buy It with a wire already -. ,, , w, i4im uwry. t o m.
somewhere, beads as well. The attached as a needle. If you ,( ,d Osnw. n p y .^7,, ,'""
two intermingle very well want to lengthen a necklace. I"1 *. ""'t^" ,m iiiioci^..
I have recently retrieved a thread with knots between. To '^,;M' '? D u.. Cumin.
box full of broken necklets and get these even, stab a hatpin
transformed them into most ap- Into a pincushion. Begin by
pealing necklaces, bracelets and fixing to 'he clasp, then thread
is MM SS SBM
4 W D tti Th* Nrw.. 4 10 P m. Th
D-ily s-iv^e, 4 IS p m. Chartt- Kuns.
m Bcdlim* with Brdn. t asp.la.
Oaks. SIS P" Usweanr Cho"-.
p ,.. Merrhanl Nvy Ptosrsmme.
p m mventhm ol Mu.lt S p m
poru _Bund5p__.r-L(>ero!S^-
SM SI StM
i, 10 10 P '
e DebaM -
I Thud I
i Talk.
Elizabeth Taylor On The Hop
FJJZABETH TAYLOR on the REFRESHING poliUcal note shirt. Cost19 19s.
hop. As soon as she has finished from Virginia. Francis Miller is A BOOM Is going on in cn-
The Girl Who had Everything, running there for the U.S. Senate cyclopedias. Cynics say It's be-1
MGM will start her off on and he describes the incumbent cause of all the radio and TV
Athena," a story about health Senator Harry Byrd as "tired," quiz programmes, and the huge
fiends. The W-year-old Scnaor prompt- P"208 the> *lve for >*io'*,ledKe-
Hollywood they are busy |y chaUenges Miller to a race up THOUSANDS of Americans arc
their
But
range from 3 5s. to i:32 ll\ oa. ir the rMuatOf will discuss wnw there"is a man In New York who
in nonywuoa cney are ouj ty cnsilenges Miller to a race up TUAim.Nn selling tickets for seat* in London the side of Old Rags Mountain* .-J"1 *!Jf2LJ butTons b. the.
to view the Coronation. Prices S.200ft_ high. And Millw iccept< SSEraaSLJ -l "kc Ike" Bu
range from 3 5s. to 32 12. 6d. -"if the Senator will discuss some ttSfil*! . tlsS York wh
for the best places.
CROSSWORD
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cunpaign issues at the top."
LATEST hot-weather wear
American men is a shantung
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a. M.e niBiinsi)t man a lairy-
ja 3 Popular applause, ill
4. To eettU *-
causing laughter and i
indignation His button
Ike lik.-s me."UE.B.
hoompal i tii: i / it m; v
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Oa*aiBi Te-a* fas a a at aad
"THR<,OIJ)rN IIOHOt
Oaler er Ti*haicUr
Ann BLYTH rjavid FARRAR
XttUt
1 R. Mualral Short
KINU I'OLS AND HIS TSJO
OKLAHOMA
OLYMPIC
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MIS. PHll MISTA. American
Minister to Luxemburg, smiles
(or the news photographers on her
arrival in New York aboard the
liner America. She was, uiked
what the people ol Luxemburg
thought of Gen. Dwlghl Klsen-
hower. "Ike is loved in that coun-
try." she said, but quickly added!
"And ao is Margaret Truman."
She Immediately left for 'Vash-
Ingtun to reporl to the U S. State
Pepsi tment. all th
aunt takes it for
f.llirr mis his bat
mother rubs it on tl:
brother eured .. Brl
with it, and my unc'
ider that more and more
people are beginning to be
doubtful about the benefits of
what Is today called education.
"Educational Psychologists" arc debating the effectiveness o!
methods of assessing the "Intelll-
ence yuotienl" of a pupil, and
tin I'Mcliiatiists are working out
a two-plane chart of reaction-
all about what it stimulus to rating tests for 10-plus
wouldn't bother the children. By the time reuctlon-
nt to listen to Tolstoy stimulus is shown on a television
In our fnmii} mi- screen In all schoolrooms, the
.lips. ir.v average intelligence quotient o
|t*n It, my the units of student personnel wil
1 floor, n. v b.ivc proved lhat US intelligent'!
his leg can be raised to A.4 plus by
,EAR Sir.
don't see why Bnibbo, which
Is the People'?. Vadeymcc .me
ild come into a programc of
brow music Its proper place
ith the light stuff, such as .r.
Interval of dance
*. i> in
iiMiii- aaaajsa
. .--Una: H. arlna It
: T One:
It took iliimp-stains off a sculler:
wall. Whafs nil that got to do
with llach?
Yrs. trul>, Bon Guppy.
Tom found ful retulatlon. And what mon
\ pmlvnl
DEAR .Sir.
NO a.
cuuiarru
any parent desire?
Smurli'ti up your noaivn
On r'lis occasion the hones u'i
unusually iccll proo.'ic.I. i
lo their hooi'i'S. U'hich spark
icit'i a cHir of oIii"ii'iiiun ital
T'lis I'lnoi'dfKiii egauied favoura
comnseati and we'll icmur.-
horses Ukett it, too.Aluminium
un( o/ JcttitMeal
dlspuisc the fe-l
radio proyramnu* sikiii- News Montreal
i bu ,>'mMiu ean be sjOtMltfl And I'll venture the alumi
a ruljar attempt to sell mo'c people liked it, too.
JUST J2V TIME tmt
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Here Comes Heaven
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Till we Meet Again
NEVILLE SVMMONDS
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R\RRADOS ADVOCATE
PAGE TUBES 1
Mounties' Dogs Take
Refresher Courses
Ami Re-grxtdunie
CALGARY, Alta.
Kuyjl Canadian Mounu|l PolkM dufc> smarti-si uf Ihe
U have to k<> back to school once in a whil.\
Thai's why mx uf ihe "force's tinest" were in Calnarv
<-n a twowotk relreaher course in th tricky art* of attack-
ing, tracking. Kuardintf criminals and rnifnnR out caches
of hidden liquor.
When they completed the refresher. |]
a ted again.
Their iirjicliialii.il ronsTssaeal <>l
-homing .in MdtoOM .it Calaar.-
\ let. rl;i Par* their talent* all
done with UMMU
the command* ol their masters
The dogsall German top-
herds from del-, hmnll in All- 11
and British Columbiamake moo
headline* than then- MM
'proposed they showed how they did It
A man came running out
Central African
Territories Talk
Oas (Closer Union
A HANDY GIFT FOR EISENHOWER

Up ^asM j^|
**& ;..K- HE
Colonial Trade
I 11ions Are Patch>
JOtfS WALTQPf
LONDON Ma
umlnatloi ul the trade in
Itie Colonii 4i John v. ilton aaka bn an arttsta In ti.
\la> issue of "New Comnittnwealth'" what lias btCffl tk
rir.ii oi varied help given by the C inlet, ih
British T.UC and mure l.iti lv. tin \< lei nati

i hi anewei
i eeuila to stati aging in som
places* equally din n otnere, it too eerlj I
i roni the plain oi Um Intai
latin- enco of Vt\ Trade Uniona lot reajionaj oi
i i hi' w<

l Ik- set up in Ceylon "
The Conference ,,n II
Federation of Southern Rhodesia.
N"T**"l! KhPde*la "],NyaaaUnd. clump of brusflC, shooting blank*
ahfch ha been holding dlacus- from a ptato|. Buck" was on him
a i, I*n1ca'r H"** Jnce m flash, grabbed his gun arm.
adoption of a resolution of sincere and stood guard over him until
m-? 'T "* <**" ! Her cabiod off by his muster
Majesty The Queen and the Royal
?amity. At one-word command. UsB)
The Conference has ieuched *a: down, laid down, stopped.
agreement on a draft Const it u- started, turned. 'Silver*' jumped
tioruil Scheme. This will be pub- a aeven-foo*. fence with ease
hshed as White Paper as soon "Aata". now plastered to the
a* possible and will, for the ground, found a man in nothing
lirst time, provide an opportunity flui after he had I;d down a trail
for the fullest explanation and "* clever as a fax by running witn
discussion ol a definite draft huge stride, walking ddanvag
9 i" i i botl' In the United jumping obstacles and doubling
Kingdom nd C....111I Africa back on his tracks half .i dw-i.
The conference has agreed on times.'
..II important mailers of principle
including the setting up uf a
iggjglahira and Executive
SM'UNG C'N DWIGH1 D HSINHOWIR r.Hrnn a farewell gill . >u h
tMaagfMpui ..good used he winds up in a heated political campaign.
Tfea am ( Men NATO h<*d-
il mown shaking handl with Ike just after he hsil
g.vui i,:-r i < i \t,. : |g 3M .iii.ii tvota n.t.i i;'!' gate
Ahlaok Favours !{ Broadrasling For Antigua
(From Our Own Correspondent!
ANTIGUA.
\li KanjMih Ablaok k- ional Biogrticaetins Qftlugi tor
in recently \ i for the I rst
.(.- aonM
h.Mnplonulu ..! 1:., Drggl
Um ujin oi
After two yoara ol chaa
. ul on po.itic. .
'ruds and imlr
niion utuatwa
'tataaaag
10 the inihaUve of the
iorkers and to |h inrluen-e
a Uelegalion |n>m the I C T T t
white* Msitt'u \\. \ i
vear. The Conummist -dom I
lad Nigerian laib->tir l'ngre tost
Farm Workers
Send Money
For Red Cross
\\ It'll \OU lll'lll I
bettor lake a
DISPRIN
There ire times
when .ill women need .i pirin [l i ihsl thai il* advjnia^c* f
l1 ii are lullv aprrftiiatc Itrcause it dissolve*. I)
\w *vcni iwrerapidlv ringing relief quickry ano*with>
out the likclihoivl ol aaaBfei il' "ithanc*.
DISPRIN to relieve pain
ir le* arU < wapleteh MSk-Mr Oacker lorrtlm PalalaHe
aasstaf'gaa toi-
r.KOHilF.'K IWN M ..
i run "i t.um an
I .i.iii.i ho wei
MH1.00U members, - | ,
i""-^"1'*' rtrti U .ubaeribod >l.:o (U B
haa reoigiMd. An actm .,lf ,,, w(ll)..1 tav,
- j tee leadh those wlm ee inon
: roadcaatins n uunugh ,^,!u
m particular, Ihe pos ' i blishii wthod |IJ(|,t huKtoog during law .......
service In A;
the
aintenan
of the Prolec-
Then
showed
them
the "booze hounds'
ihe skill that have mad's
famous throughout
tna
li.G's Netr Itiuliu
Studio Hay
H<- th'Kl In \\ .1.
D : Miev im. : id. to progi
M Ablack (axoutN the iiilro- furthCI is much the p
i of a regular biuadcaSt- Colon..d u ade un i civ*
nan ad at latei They must make sure lht i
torate status of the two Northern wrld.
Territories and of the self-govorn- "" command "search booze '
ing status of Southern Rhodesia ant one dog oftT. cn-s-orossing ih '
within the Federation; ihe com- ,,u** lle,d where two botiie* ol
position of the Federal Aaaambly Houor had been hidden beoen-ti
(Including two elected Africans ,n* ground
from each of ihe three Territories), ^ __,
lh# division of nmmn littuitrn Alter several minutes tiinsii..
ernments: the llnancial implii
lions of Federation; the appoint-
ighment ?| ? FedSal L$l Syd"^- N S "*" 'hat the receiving station wluch will
Court, and the procedure for #" *'*? 'u*hl ', ^f"'^ ^^ " "^ ^uth-weslcrn end Mr. AbUick waa a gue,;
..mending the Federal Constitute four scenla-human. both dead and of St I'hlhp's playground, George. AnXigum n^ oleI
The conference re-affirmed and uvr Wnpowder and liquor town it Inspected the statl-.n die ,,, i^,, m;(lch. Anl ,
gave effect m the draft Scheme Hn taiA ,K ,.liM_ ,,., wou'd take about four months lo ihe Empire Cricket Club 01 Ita.-
io earlier assurance* on ihe sub- "V "ia...Jn* f. ..." """P1"1*'. -* 's hoped '
,ect of African land rights. ******____Z*'" ^b*tWTf building ofsantUoog with
It wus decided in apiMnnt I
Judicial and Public
data arbaa the cily'a overhead l*is pay their eoiiliilmtion- ragaj doing
Iring is improved, a rrdiffmnon iaily. -ince no attl i.iis aan 'if' I
rviee could be introduced. w run the union or live |
Mr Ablack took several r. ialva an bgaafl^to-tnoul ba
f mui- b) Um Hell- Tliey mutl pui loiwanl .
"'ii' waiting for selection."-
i u> ia the chiiri
arhka. acvoaaodoted us during ihi
lelecUon and v. lucli i
ih go.
(JtOHCETo^:.
Mi Harry Temple, rail:'
NT. arrived on Tuuaday m
rtigglng furiously. One bottle was ondment for aboui mx d
iriumphanily produced The othar ""' B.O. UmUxi Ui-oadeaaung
vas unearthed seconds later. Co to inslal equipment as I <
Corporal Gordon Teefl of as transmitters g<>.
: el Band II these re-
kordings are good enough, il i-
viii i* used aa
sound background to Ihe tilm ol
Ihe band which was taken here
two months ago by a British Film
Unit Mr. Ablack is auan> 01
igrssr Ii..: ii:
months When completed,
building will aoM .ippruximately
170,000, which would not Include
the hagtaOatioD "f. octnnle aqulp-
dogs
bat we en
seven months and a yoa
Service u*" "o*1 *,e ready lor police work
Commissions to nil in the details uf ler sia monthalralnlnji. They
of certain parts of the draft Con- " trained to obey only ihrli
Mitution in the light of principles 'nastcrs and work with onlyth j
accepted at ihe Conference. As nM inan throughout their careen
toon as the reports of these Com- Canadian Mailer
mUsion- are available il is intend- When the dogs become old
ed that a further Conference they are placed on the [*-nsioi
shall be held lo put the draft not,
Conalitutionai Scheme- inlo flnal Co ., rwefl mid mokl u( ^
form. It >P~I 'bat 'bis Con- HCMp"l|ogs are German Shepherd The anliitc, t. ,,f lha m
erence will lake pUce in the ^^ ^ brwi ^ ^ nece,. for q^^,, J1C m^. Wal.
laM quailer ofthii ** sary intelligence and adaptability kins A Partners When the BO*
The Corn>r*ce^^orded i* J^J uilk(n ^^^
The dogs in the course came new aerial system will be in .....
Mr Temple cama la
Indies in 1947 and sei up tlie new
studio in Kingston, JaaM
one
possible Of .I'hu'v
-ml mil just puffed m
the interest of ga* men A He-
i-lrar of Trade- Unions nughl h rip
them lo keep their l"-k
without inierferiiig writ!
linaiue- He rould lurtfiei Out
line .m,( demon-:
of friendly lienefll schemes arhaCii
mighi be run to aasaauraaa
regular payment -v in Ih
l.imt renturv. hel|~
.....vn ihe flrsl dlfhinli
.. most successful led .,
e Walsott '" * ,h' I
mueh like thai of Frank ,n<*^ basic problems thg
Worrell. Tall, slim Walcott got un>"ns in the Colonie> will flou
Ian artckata In the maich He is 1,h aa wau admo
a Barbadi.i'i who joined \b,- Lee- l'"is of wnrking-c:ass
wards Police Force three years nr wl" penah amid i
lL.,, of manifestoes, wild demandl
person d and polltt...! N I
iber een '
ntigu
In letters home the boys <
loot Ian bia iBtecco ><>nipam en
playing them, t*
iv the} would l>e gh'd
KM n Q bog IfuV p
and are aftuallj kaapla
lor them."
Bo IU lliere in no definite we-
'd
' S A :-
i iriHrmnli(
ih- obtained inont ai
iltenilion lo the origlnnl under
ii'i'h to Itnlish Gulnn
roll i Um ya n
onlj part af thi- cnaat
ol iimi wan
HOPPER
BICYCLE
M BARBADOS FOUNDRY LIU
KXTKS OF KXCIt.WCt
I94S
Porl-of Spain. Trlnid;,d, enthusiasts gathered at the Hem -
.iiion Gmundh one morning and
listened for an hour lo un bMar-
esting talk and demoustr.ilmiif on
crlekei by Mr Ablack
i of African repreaenla-
il V 'si-ZLl Ir-m Nelson, B.C., Wcstlock. which will Improve
urn'ostaTtrSSe^J A,,J'- armnd ^rkl- BC> BUver- rural arei" Mr
Xts '^ ,he Afclean *?. B.C., Parksvllle. B.C. and thai ludglng from
1*lLm22E2Z Calaanr. , pUua. he ,
'I 'Ml
.S.Kilhern
regret at
discuss i
throa
TarrUortaA
me coiiimmi
,epreenlstl
Rhodesia
The Conferehcc beUeves it has
devised a draft Federal Scheme
which will work and will safe-
guard the essential interests of
the three Territories attd of all
their Inhabitants.
Nelson,_ B^.,_ Westjock, which will Improve eovai
Ten,-.;.
the p-elimir,
ry plaua he had seenUna!
architects' plans are stil. in pre-
paratlon the Georges
lion U-IU be one of the fino-d
ihe Caribbeanif not il.
l.oiiaM Smith Ih
Civil 1 .ii^innr
Jitney Driver
Dies In Accident
In Touch With Barbados
Coastal Station
tsih My. IIU
C*bl.- anil Wirrlex iW.l. Lid sdvlM
ihsi thny cmn no* rotnmunlosle with
ID* lollowlns Uilp* 'broueli lhii Barb<
ii.i roesl station:
SSI. WlHrmttad PlluCa. K.S1. Bt-
wa a a s>aviafi. as aicm ho-"'i.
, a S Csnadia
Sund.l*. S.8. S. ln. >.
iiriino. H !t Sjmiuij I S Cnuuntasi.
s a uniiuu. n a Laa> Roanw. um.
rtimtn. S S Ivy IUnh. 1 S Chrl.tian-
brrfh, S ?. El Atoio S S Southern
in,., ^s nm. ss Juno, aa. ai- A coconut tree-..-
fV J'5ll*?*l?hla- ,?,? in iu career down a
1.1.in
st. aoxjRora. m*.> m,
Mr. Benald Smith, pji-meiiy of
ibe local brunch of Cable and
-._.. Wirele. s and a IliiUni
Tl i ,"f u''\,\" '" '.....'"....." ""'"......'
Thomas Louis on the Atlantic ,',,;,,, ,, u Civil Kihgiui.t'1
ST. GEORGE'S May ti. ^aboard. ,nd the present one ul , 'mv B, at the
Tragedy stalked a party of J**'** v '>. wutheast Go.e N s, ,u- rc,.hniCfcl iSch,^
prospective recruits for U.S., farm lown' wiU be "s*'<1 u* a" 'hlerim whl!lp lu, ap#ri, lwo yrmn aIlfT
work ag they hustled to the capi- measure. ____________ .v-mr ^ynj,, lt
tal last Saturday morning. Charles Acadia University.
Bcn)annn. young owner-driver of without serious injurv was mlra- He has now taken up an
the Jitney in which they travailed, culous, lwo being treated in uppoinUnent with a firm of Con-
met Instant death when, apparent- hospital, bul Benjamin was suiting Engineers in llri'tgeu.wn,
ly. he lost control and the vehicle hurled out lo crash In a rocky Nova Scotlu.
ran into alow parapet nt the side ravine some thirteen feet away Mr. Smith is elder son of Mr
or the rnatTiuid toppled over the from where the vehicle was S H. Smith, Managing-1mm-<-tor
embankment. The falal accident stopped. | Messrs Jonas Browne ?- Huh-
occurred at Woodford on the Ai QouyaVl the asBM ifteino.ni band here, and Mrs. Smith
western main road. a large gathetuiK attandad the His younger lnotber. Haymond.
funeral of Ihe driver whose little who was attached to the Public
tUHV i"C> bu"' c'n!"rurt' on a car chassis. Heallh Engineering Unit Wuid-
,ne was popularly known ns "Last ward and beeward Island*, if
or these. . At all eo-t-s.
Administration ggg | ..- '>">>"
ing trada unions on workers w
are not ready for them, M h
i rflfarla aft lha a/ai
"On the other hand. It is w 11
lhal the union* m BiHlah < '
have a freedom that is denied in M ,0'
organ Nations in French tarritor- test
es This opportunity (Of hntl '-
idu.il developnt.-nl m.i\ vet
vide the kev lo n wldenini.' Ii
union horizon In hSoM I
which are prt of the Brlti h
Common wealth.'-
savai
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PLAIN SIMM ii
THF report of the Auditor General on
the audit of the Accounts of the Colony for
ir 1949-50 has been published as a
supplement to 'he official Gazette of Mav
15. 1952.
This docu/neni which gives a comprehen-
sive account of Government Revenue and
Expenditure during the period under re-
view is noteworthy for two other reasons.
Indeed its comment on Friendly Societies
deserves full reproduction in this island's
Press.
In May 1952. it is startling for any citizen
to read that "the audit of the accounts of
the Friendly Societies for the year 1949 has
not yet been completed" and that it is not
possible to state the number of Friendly
In existence at the close of the
List calendar year as the 1949 accounts of
some of the Friendly Societies have not yet
reached this office."
Everyone knows that there arc more than
100 friendly societies in existence in Bar-
bados and everyone knows the large part
friendly societies play in the life of the
community. Less people, however, are
aware of the existence of a report made on
the Friendly Societies of the West Indies
by an official sent out by the Colonial Office
in London some years ago.
The reasons for withholding that report
from publication have not been made
known by the Colonial Office, but keeping it
from public circulation has clearly not
benefited the West Indies.
"The audit of the accounts of the Friendly
S< < [Hies and of the Trade Unions" write*
the Auditor General in his latest report
occupies almost the whole time of two ex-
perienced clerks owing to the unsatisfac-
tory way in which some of the accounts are
kept and rendered for audit. In spite of the
great deal of instruction given to the offic-
ers of some of the Societies and the ad-
verse reports made year after year there
has on the whole been little improvement.
Generally speaking the control cxercisea
over both the income and expenditure of
these Societies leave much to be desired.
Some of the officers seem either unable or
bn.wUllng to carry out their duties effi-
ciently. The accounting records are often
both inadequate and inaccurate."
Really this is plain speaking and the
public is entitled to ask what steps are the
Government taking to see that Friendly
Societies conduct their affairs as they
should be cunducted.
The Auditor General also turns a spot-
light on "delays in the rendering of the 1949
accounts of the Barbados Workers Union in
n form which could be considered proper
for audit examination".
Instructions, it is noted, were issued by
the Auditor General's Department during
the year under review which "if carefully
followed, should place the accounts of this
Union on a proper footing and should mini-
mise to some extent the difficulty which the
Union officials appear to experience as the
accounting requirements laid down for
their guidance are both simple and ortho-
dox". At the time of writing on the 30th
May 1951, the Auditor General stales that
the examination of the Barbados Workers
Union 1949 Accounts are still in progress
and "it is hoped that this will be completed
shortly."
In pleasant contrast it is refreshing to
note that the accounts of the Clerks' Union.
the Shipping and Mercantile Association,
the Sugar Producers' Federation and the
'Bus Owners' Association "have been aud
ited and the annual financial statement,
submitted by them duly certified."
On the policy of government expendi-
ture the Auditor General considered it
necessary to direct attention to the extent
to which several of the amounts appropr.-
ated exceeded the actual requirements.
"While it i realised that it is undesirable
that supplementary provision should b"
continually sought yet it is fell that a higher
.standard of precision should be aimed at
and a greater effort made' to curtail infla-
tion of the original estimates."
What could be sounder advice?
I^te though it is in appearing the report
of the Auditor General on the audit of the
accounts of the colony lor the year 1949-f.U
deserves the attention of every voter.
So I I'm If ark T
fc'ever-fc'ever I-and
WASHINGTON.
AFTER nearly a fortnight of freer shop-
ping, what's the score among America's
storekeepers,?
Just 12 days ago the Government de-
cided to suspend "Regulation W"mean-
ing that the minimum requirements con-
trolling hire-purchasethe old "never-
never"were swept away.
This controversial step was taken in an
attempt to bolster American business
which was sagging rather alarmingly. Has
it worked?
The answer seems fo beYes, up to a
point L.HLS.
Tram a. M MwCOLL)
WASHINGTON,
Across the country the glad cry
got* up "NuthuiK down and year*
to pay." It come* from merchants call hysterical. They should not
keeper*, big- and little, assume the role of guide to food-
&i,d areett the news that Wash- nets and greatness.
inRton has cut out all the regu- Governor Tom Dewey, of New
1-uon. about hire-purchase. York who ran twtca for the Pres-
*Tom now on that new car, idency and failed twice, advises
fridge, or TV set will be bought a convention of ministers to "sUck
- terms worked out between the to lm, Gospel in your sermon..
bujer and sellerit is strlcUy up don', ^ tempted to go wandering
to them. off mto politics"
Will ihu prove to be the long- The Agriculture Department
wattM shot in the arm" which tei;B housewives that there will
ill bri^k up slow spring bust- be more meat for them than was
b. We shall see. expected this year. This sur-
To help things along, the banks prl9M the experts, who thought
ant to announce new credit poll- jthere would be len.
c,e*- w Judy Garland turns down a
And a sign of brighter times Buggestion that her biography
orms from New Yorks stock .hould be written and published
market. News of relaxed hire- m the autumn
purchase controls *enl shares in -I've got a lot of years still to
TV, cars and electric gadgets like go", she remarks
fridges and washing machines tj,,, Human Touch: Charles
up by more than Ms. Campbell. British Government
The president of Emerson Radio pyeag liaison man in Washington
md Gramophone Corporation. ,, that when he made a speech
Benjamin Abram, said there will in Dallas, Texas, the other day a
oa 25 percent, more employment local paper said: "He sounded
in the radio and TV industry hke Winston Churchill with the
.inrt TV will be in the homes of overtones, of night-club enter-
people who could not previously tainer".
afford "' There is again great concern
Dr. Douglas Kelly, of the Uni- in the Stale of New York over
vemlty of California, is one of (he upsurge of open contempt
America's top psychiatrists (he
psycho-analysed 22 Nazi war
rrimlnala lust before they were
tried at Nuremberg).
Now he makes the serious sug-
atatlOU that all members of Con-
gress should submit to psycho-
analysis .
He says- "Since these men have
the power of life or death for
many of our citizens it would
reem reasonable that the citizens
might ask for reassurance of their
mental capacity".
But Dr. Gregory Zilboorg, Pro-
fessor of Clinical Psychiatry at
the New York Medical college,
taken sharp issue with him.
' P >. hiatrlsts as psychiatrist*
have as much wl'dom us anyone
els*, which 'mans UtuV*, ha says.
"Abraham Lincoln uata *o csy
and thro.ten suicide. He ran out
of his own weddingand only
got married because his wife
ight him
'St. Paul was a very Intense
man, whom phychiatrists would
Km the law and the display of
naked gangsterism. With the
brutal revenge murder of young
Arnold Schusterthe man who
led the police to the arrest of
oank robber Willie Sutton
fresh In everyone's memory,
there come now two new and
hocking; episodes.
For some time part a king-
pin bookie named Harry Gross
has been behind bars, but at first
when given a chance to tell a
tale In court which could have
Indicted scores of high police
officials on corruption charges,
he resolutely refuted to open his
mouth.
Then something happened to
change hi< mindthere have
I een rumours that his sentence
will be greatly reduced as a
eward and Harry has
been "singing" to such good
effect thut the scandal is spread-
ing to very high places.
Suddenly the underworld
(strikes back again. Harry's
younger brother Jack, aged 25,
Is set upon as he strolls along
a busy New York street, pushed
into a doorway, and beaten up.
Growls on* of his assailants in
a gravel vote*: 'This will teach
your brother to keep bis trap
shut", and almost at the same
lime the telephone rings let th
home of assistant corporation
counsel Victor Herwitz, who Is
prosecuting 18 of the policemen
involved by the revelations.
"Just lay off understand?"
ays a vice.
End this Intimidation Is thi
cry of New York citizens, or law
and order face defeat.
In a few days the United
States Supreme Court in all Its
majesty will hand down an his-
toric decisionwhether Presi-
dent Truman's seizure of the
steel industry was or was not
constitutional.
Meanwhile In another of the
series of receptions which he
and Mrs. Truman are holding
in the reopened White House, the
JTesident entertain* the Judi-
ciaryheaded by Chief Justice
Vinson and th* others of the
"Nine Old Men", as Prealden'
Truman once called them in a
moment of anger.
There are smiles, polite chaiter
and the word steel is out
One of America'' top psycho-
logists, Dr. Livingston welch, oi
Cornell University's medical
(school. Is holding a one-man
show in New York of terracotta
portrait busts which he has ex-
ecuted in his spare lime.
Says he: "We're living In an
age where beauty i despised
"So instead of nuking ugly
statues of beautiful things I
make ugly statues of ugly things
and put h little humour Into
them".
The Human Touch At last a
mother in law. traditionally
lampooned In American vaude-
ville and stage folklore iuM ;.
much as In Britain, emerges as
a startling heroine of sorts.
At Beaver, Pennsylvania, two
prisoners break out of the
county Jail. And police arrest
43-year-old Mrs. Bertha John-
son, the mother-in-law of one
oi them charged with having
smuggled in a hacksaw hidden
In a lemon meringue pie.
British Traders In China
AVtwcen The Wars
British trade in China, like
that of oUier foreigners there,
hag tttand tO that enormous
land through the Treaty Ports
.ill through this country. These
ltrU were established us depots
where foreigners could reside
nnd trade from the time of the
Boxer Kiots, an unsuccessful
jttempt to get rid of foreigners
from China. The ports include,
not onlt sea ports, such as
and Swatow. but also
runny river ports, such as Can-
h ii in thi SOUth, Il.ii.kuw along
the huge Yang-Is? river In
Control China, with massive
Sti.nighal near its n.outh, and
Tientsin further north.
The development of trade
nlong (his coast and these rivers
depended on rcgulur hipptng'
services. A Chinese-owned ship-
ping service was always avail-
able, but British-owned ships
hnvi all this cenUn> been more
numerous- There ih \ eloped the
normous interests o[ Jardine
on, the Glasgow firm
with wharfs nnd docks every-
whOrO flying the "red duster".
The freights they carried from
port to port included pigs, silks.
n.. n,,.it, rssi, bl.iikwood for
furniture, and lucuucr. The
Shell Company had its installa-
tions everywhere. Other promi-
nent traders included British-
Air i nan Tobacco, owned by
Wills.
These cum pa i
ililence in placing their capital
in ChOna between the wars, as
the Treaty Ports where they
were placed were privileged to
i>Hve "extra-territonality". For-
eigners resident In them could
only be tried in law-courts
adnunlatorod oj Iholi own
By. E. M. BINNEY
country's laws, Thus, the em-
ployees of these firms felt sure
Ol n-.eiving Justice in a law-suit
as they would In their own
country.
This was essential at that
time, for the hinterland of
China was not controlled be-
tween the war* by any central
itovernment. It was often in-
fested by bandits, and many a
"Shell" or B. A. T. man lost his
life at their hands, or was held
to ransom until his Company
"paid up'* for his return. Locnl
<;< iki.iIs were the tax-gatherers
in the various provinces, and
they had their own armies, of
varying training and strength-
Some were "anU-forelgn** in
outlook, others were said to
have Communist views.
The Customs duties on goods
coming from abroad were
gathered for the Chinese gov-
ernment between the wars by
foreigners, and their employees
included Portuguese, Japanese,
While Russians", and other
nationals as well as English.
They were universally admitted
to bo above bribery and cor-
ruption, and their service satis-
fied all.
Whereas this was an interi
national service in China be-
tween the wars, the rivalry
between foreigners for tha
ttclght trade along China's
coast was very marked. Japan
coveted more, and she sub-
sidised her merchunt vessels,
no that they were able to take
freights at uneconomical rates,
and thus run other shipping off
certain routes. We know that
Iicr aim was largely political.
for to Invade China, as she did,
Oho needed to know the har-
bours and waterways of that
country. "Trade follows the
flag" might be re- writtei for
pre-war Japan a* "The flan:
follows trade."
While all this activity took
place along the riveis and coast
of China, trade inland was held
up by lack of good roads and
railways. Huge Westernised
modern cities grew up in the
Treaty Ports, with banks, offices.
newspaper companies, shops,
factories theatres and cinemas,
fine hotels and wide streets In-
land, old-fashioned Chinese
towns went on unmodernised
Their streets were narrow, rick-
shas were the main mean of
transport instead of cars,
markets were congested by
Jostling mobs, r'ch merchants
existed alongside others fed
mainly on polished rice and
suffering from beri-beri,
hospitals were scarce. Locul
taxes did not go towards the
erection of hospitals and schools.
While the areas where for-
eigners had their Treaty Port:
flourished through honest trade
and dealing, the masses of the
Chinese were untouched by
modern developments They
united against uV Japanese
jaggrcssor, but since the War,
Inflation of a tcniblc kind has
made their currency useless,
and this has led to unwilling-
ness to deal with individual
in im. British flrnu have hud to
leave their assets, such as docks
and oil installations. It would
seem that the Board of Trade or
the Foreign Office will have to
appoint negotiators to barter
goods with the "New China".
Our Headers Say;
conclude that it is brought about
by the procure of circumstances
er which the teachers have no
of English: too Iitue is thought of
educating and too much of copying
from the blackboard. Whilst it is
work serv"
Inspector what ground
has been covered It Is untrue to say
writes1 "Now the policy of Edura- ment of the wcrkuut of the school'.
/ iluciiliim tion which at present obtains in the I am much inclined to the latter
island Is the policy of the Govern- view. Too much time is taken up
r.. The Editor The Advocate ment I.e.. it has the approval of in preparing elaborate schemes in
SIH -I h'.ve read | leUer writ- ,m" luN*d of the administration and the books provided, and too little.
ten bi A\ATF.lMt la which the <' the representatives of the time to the actual teaching This
. -,.,...... ,,.- u, vindicate Un- .""P1"' <- nsequently the author ol leads to adapting Transcription as
pollcv of the Educational Author!- J"' adverse comment aimed at the a short-cu* to showing n diy's
ties "is fu i-Uni.i t-iry schools present policy must automatically work even in Arithmetic, which by
are concerned. In doing so. he has display a lack of> confidence in the its very nature is a mental sub-
cntlrtaed previous notes which Government and the Adminlstra- Ject and is taught, not only for its
v in lest Sunday's 'issue of this paper. mental discipline which it affords
It is not surprising to find some- ., ' however incline to the view Mental discipline U always j slow
'one referring to those notes. I, l,,al ,hp author of 'Education and tedious process. It is pecuhar-
f.iumi them very reniiabl^ Notes' suffers not from any such ly Individualistic-and never gen-
1 and instructive Hut they could not '*rk of eonildence but rather from eral. But the idea of the class-
be otherwise for were thev not u.-noraiice of the subject upon teacher nowadnya is to get some
written kv one who knows" which he/she pretends to speak 'work down in the children's books
J with authority." within the prescribed period
It should not be understood that -ri,c inference to be drawn from lwhwh*r ' understood or not.
J.E.B.. had malice aforethought. ^cse paragraph- is that it is sillv Thls f a common fault in all the
He was reasonable enough to sun"- t entertain anv opinion about edu- *chooU: . ,s * reasonable to
Rest that the instruction inven m rational matters, unless such opm-
Uie elementary schools should be Ionj agf,*, w,th those of the de-
regraded. He did not suggest that pariment concerned and,
it should be discarded. Anyone
giving bis views, especially on express an opinion are those wh
Education, should be moved by a re In charge of cdueition In the
puhlic-splritcciness which com- iH|and. This seems an effective
mends itself to all readers, regard- nf adopting Gestapo measures ,
less of ihelr Immediate interest in without miking a show of doing 'I^,nal s^nwnc of
Education or not Perhaps the I isl * show nn Inspector '
two lines in the motto of thl
paper were in his m.nd 'Far the There was nothing wrong with ^m* *ey indicate that the neces-
futere In the distance and the read the notes. Indeed they were O" teaching has been accom-
thst I can do.' It Is Indeed pathetic authoritative enough to be Inserted pushed.
to think of the large number ol in the volume entitled "In-
childrcn who, arnai thai) srs ^tructiuns to Teachers". There "Amateur" writes as If he has no
adults. Will never And Joy In aim- * no doubt about It that the actual contact with teach inc. In-
ple books on Arithmene. English children are not well taught In deed I would be surprised to learn,
etc., because of their limitations in English and Arithmetic in thit he has ever taught' any one
these subjects due to inadequote '1'' elementary schools. If the successfully. But he must not be
.: during their school-days, teachers ore capable ol teaching discouraged in his attempt to ex-I
r.jects, then the trouble lies press his opinions. Perhaps they I
Then-fore 1 Bgm with thoos either in a Isck of earnestness on will Improve with age.
paragraphs in which "Amateur" their part, or in a faulty arrange- ENEAS.
The People You Meet On
Your DAY OFF
By I'.lMliin BAXTER
AFTER the close continement of Weat-
minster, I felt a natural desire, at the end
of the week, to seek new settings and ace
new faces.
The opening of the Royal Academy offer-
ed both such attractions, and I wended my
way at. noon to that sanctum of hopes
fulfilled and hopes deferred.
The first person I encountered was Mr.
Attlee. After the recent General Election
it was said in the smoke-room that he
looked five years younger for having shed
the re.sponmbility of government, and that
Mr. Churchill looked five years younger
because he had acquired it.
Incidentally, Mr. Attlee had a great suc-
cess as an after-dinner wit the other night
at the Canada Club. When I charged him
with this at the Academy he almost blush-
ed and said that it was quite spontaneous.
Lord ("Larking through the Lobbies")
Mancroft wilj have to look to his laurels.
TWO DAVIDS
Still searching for new faces, I ran
across iwo David Grenfells. You will re-
member that he was once Secretary for
Mines. His dual appearance at the Acad- I
emy was first himself in person, and then f
as a bronze head. I have lost my cata- i
logue, but whoever did it knew his busi-
nessor his craft. It is a fine head.
Then I encountered Lord Brabazon, who
sal in the Commons for so long before he
was elevated. As you should know, he
holds the first British pilot's certificate, a
fact which once appeared in print as "He
was the first certified Englishman to fly."
Leaving the Academy, I exchanged com-
pliments with Harry Crookshank, the
Leader of the House of Commons, who
was making his entrance.
TflBBB it nothing m rtfrkiwe m n
rhixtigp.
I likfid Wmn*i*gaf rnpric, of a ijhu*t
li4Htntuni th- bOffraOW "/ At* faithl'-* tf|/l
(Or *" 'f MtWWJ to mi ). Inil whin teas the
kormt "Stuuoi ""* fontomUm," by an
artisl nanitd Winstim Churchill, ha.* a
strong brooding srnse of fate, and Lord
Ahzandrr'i two studift of Canada in
winttr huld their own on mvrif.
The limit* inn wU balanced between
the pleasant and the unpleasantand I
hasten to add that 1 am not referring to
Cord Ah "imU r'.< {minting*. As we have
-io/. th.g wi n winter sfadici.
\7E I.A 1 ( 111 I >
Still, like John Ciilpin. on pleasure bent,
I joined the throng at the Foyle's Literary
Luncheon in honour of Miss Hermione
Gingold and Mr. Jimmy (Schnozzle)
Durantc, who have both broken into print.
It is generally accepted that stage comics
are dull creatures away from the theatre,
and are given to melancholy. Therefore let
me declare that Miss Gingold and Mr.
Durante made two of the funniest speeches
that London has heard for a long time.
At the end of the function, that eminent
scholastic figure. Lord Rector Jimmy Ed-
wards, summarised the various speeches,
including those by two Beverleys, with a
wit that never missed its mark.
Douglas Fairbanks, the American who
is a knight of the British Empire, presided
with a pleasant dignity that suggests he
would make an admirable Under-Secre-
tary fur Foreign Affairs if he ever decides
to become one of uswhich he very near-
ly is.
On the whole, I thoroughly enjoyed my
dav off and felt much better for it.
THE VOICE
AT the memorial service for that good
and noble woman Lady McGowan, the
congregation was deeply moved by the
singing of Schubert's "Ave Maria" by a
young man with a fine tenor voice.
Few who were there knew that the sing-
er was the grandson of Lord McGowan.
His name is Peter D'Arcy Stephens, the
son of the McGowans' widowed daughter,
Mrs. D'Arcy Stephens.
He is a remarkable young man, with
rruich of his grand-father's love of adven-
ture. To study life and people, he took a
job as a waiter for a time. Now he is a
pupil of Madame Elena Gerhardt, who
says that he is very gifted.
Here is a letter from my old friend
Desmond Young, the literary brigadier
who fought Rommel in the desert and then
made a tidy fortune by biographing him
and putting him in a film.
Desmond, who writes from Guernsey,
challenges my statement of last week that
the divorces in Hollywood outnumber its
production of films.
"The divorce rate in Hollywood," he
declares, "is no higher than that for the
U.S.A. as a whole. Actually, the rate for
the U.S.A.. is not as high as that of Swit-
zerland."
According to statistics. Hollywood pro-
duced 429 films in the last recorded year,
1950. It is hard to believe that the
divorces, did not exceed that figure.
The brigadier should remember that
most of the film stars go elsewhere to cut
the nuptial knotfor example, Nevada,
where divorce is almost a major industry.
But this Switzerland business interests
me. Is it the mountains that out ideas in
their heads?L.E.S.
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mum. m\v jo, i52
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PACE FIVE
TIII.MUAU \ I III i lls
WHITHER
EDUCATION?
MR. J E BROMK. Assistant Editor uf Iht Barbadoa
Advocate and Ptesuli'iu of th* Barbados Press Club, led
off a discussion at the Press Club Building on Wednesday
night nn Qm subicii "V hnhet i 'uetition
This was a part of the programme of discussions on
matters of public interest apontorad bv the Barbados. Press
Club.
Lewis. M CM*., selves in agreement with i i! al-
though they criticised 1* i
imlly and private) >
I.I..O. Kulii,:;
that a
S UlU'I-
Martindale Will Keep
Sweepstake Ticket
AFTER twenty minutes' deliberation at the Court of
Common Plea* yerfU-rday a special jury unanimously de-
cided ihat Lambert Martindale, one of the claimants of
the Sweepstake ticket F9547 which won 500 at the
Spring Meeting of 1949. had established his claim.
This decision was against Clement Gill. Joseph Drakes
Arthur Broomes and Le Roy Branker, who Martindale'*
counsel. Mr. D. H. U Ward, said had conspired together
to rob Martindale out of the money.
Hearing of the case which went have heard was given nearer the
on lour days, was presided over Spring Meeting __ in 1B48
by the Chief Justice Sir Allan n ,* bevond dispute,- .tie said
Gollyrnore who summed it up to "thai Mr P. E C ltethell boivht
the jury yesterday. the winning ticket ana that
Mr Ward was instructed by ticket wmj delivered \j him by
, Messrs Hayncs 4 Griffith, Solici- defendant Martindale There is
tor*. Counsel for the four Plata- no it..ubt .ihout that
tinV-clalmants was Mr. W. W. "Mr. Bcthell having paid *5C
Recce, Q.C., instructed by Messrs. on account to Martindale, puul
Hulchiusun 4 Banlleld, Solicitors, also S5 to the plainUff, he being
The claimants who are of in doubt as to who was the
Itraggs Hill all hold that they rightful owner of the ticket.
bought the winning ticket from "Martindale having delivered
ticket seller Belfleld Taltt wh.i the ticket to Mr. Bcthell. then
aid he sold both parties from the sued him for the balance of the
winning book but could not re- purchase money t500 Knou-
member to whom the winning in that he had paid $50 to tho
ticket was sold. plaintiffs, and knowing that they
Sixpence Shares were claiming thv ticket, he puts
The one side. Gill and others 'he money in Court and hence
claimed that they had each had ><* have now to deck!.- p
u sixpence shfre in the ticket entitled to Trie money which is
which Gill kept in his possession. "> the Court.
They ssid that when it was known KstablUhhii; Claim -
that that ticket had won. Mar- "So that though you have the ^ ^*l'tlon **" **' %* Mf- po,lc Magistrate of District "A**, lion which was to be the envy
tindale visited Gilt who had not plaintiff and the defendant as the w-B Coward and Mr Gill. yesterday committed 39-year-old ox other West Indian colonl. ,
yet heard and told him he had law prescribes, both arc the Mr SB1"n >* for almost an labourer George Forde of Nelson Pioneer
heard as much and asked him to four plaintiffs and the defendant hour and a half against the pi- street. St Michael to the next Mr lirome told his audience 4 . 1 ^1|(.|.,. *' II.1
allow him to see the ticket. Gilt, really claimants of the money "on and argued that the Vestry t,ni, of lht. Court ^ Grand of records which showed thai U *l i-aui-.in.iw. .. -*w *
he claimed, unsuspectingly allow- and you should be satisfied be- S10*"^.- BS ltwZ dul m ,h* ca8e "* Sessions on a charge of having 'as Mitchinson who laid the 1 ... I I
ed him to keep the ticket while fore you find for one or tho ** Maude Report, consult the Carnal knowledge with an 11- foundation * cur -vstem so that i"l>('lr t fit JUIM' I I
thev went to get a newspaper to other. To put in another way. rate payers before taking any jear-old girl. Primary. Secondary and Univer-
check the truth of the rumour of your verdict .-Ihould be if vnu such action. The charge Mated that the xlty Education were placed HI a -jy^ Commimltv Centre at
a win. and Gill said he was walk- find that the plaintiffs have es- He said he could not sign the on-enw wai committed on April proper basis and by the excel ent th>hei. will U opened on Sat-
ing In front of Martindale on their tablished their claim for the Petition because the advocates of 3 Spt King attached to the Central regulation* then made, it had (-. Jiic 14th. ..t 5 p.m. hy
way to get a newspaper, money or that the defendant *ueh document had not set out c,,,t,n nm,ociitcil for thi* Police happened more than once that m, fcjtceUancy the QOTarnor, Sir
.Then when a ticket was re- MajfUndale ha* established his any reisons which convinced him fn !h. r*l,min.rv L,^ Iwys who hsd started their school Mfied s .
turned, it was discovered that it claim for the money that he should object to the Bill. !? ik^^i^M w.w ll( in lhp prlm,v School had At yesterdays meeting of the
was a substitute. "If on review of the evi- When the motion for the ac- mSS3 J" ,f rtV^t ti.it 2 *>een successful ini gaining the *, j,,!(.,)h v. u> - Chairman.
But Martindale brought evi- dence you do not believe that ceptance of the Petition was '.,..' -.- "- -: Barbados Scholarship which al- Hov Mallalleu urged that the
dence to show that GUI 'and pinher the plaintiffs or the de- carried, the Chairman suggested
Branker. two of the plaintiffs, had fendanl have or has establishe.l Ihat the Clerk should contact .. . ,. _, w,-^ 1
at times when it was known that a ccrla!n claim, then you should those members who were not '** " ,r ~ P.. w^r^il
the particular ticket had won. indicate that in your verdict. present and ask those who so de- w,a'w\ Ac"n, ^J*0, fffiESTX
said in conversation to others. -Now while I say that. I am sired to sign the petition. This > District A on two charge*
that they had not won and Gill not suggesting that as an easy met with strong objection from wounding Ina Jones and Ruth
had further said that he hsd the toss or easy way out of this case. Mr. Smith who said that the Clerk Wlman on May 23
Some of the Trinidad athletes and ryclliU at Kensington Oval ns-
icrday afternoon Heading left to right they are W Spencer (Trini-
dad lady cyclist who will take part to a special cycling event for
ladles), H Harewood (athlete for the 100, 220 and 440 yds. Man), M.
Agostlnl (sprinter). I) Mattklen the Trinidad Olympic hope in the
cycling Division and U. Lewis. These two will ride in the A Claw
against the local wheelsmen.
More Veslries
Follow Lead
Labourer
For Sessions
l From Page 1.
E
was cha.rman and then'
good iTOssVl of those ll
in loc.il educational or
Mr Brume obtsevta that he
would have liked to have led off
a discushiun on the "Decline of
Education" but in defer*
Uw wishes ol Mi ci.iii.iaucs in-
would endtavoui to nplal oal I 1
them the saswori to Uu query.
Growth
He traced the growth Of the
local eiuoatlonal system troti
irri t noi to Which period, he
Said, there were patchwork edu-
cational methods which could
hardl> te dignified by the name
"nytern".
II. said thai in 1H7S Hishop
n who was known t.. be
Zionist ol n
ordtr was sopolnted chairman
thc Etlu^'i'ii <"om
was assisted bv tl
It wa:
ruling of the I l.o w
prand t^
nupil Uaci here and it
1. 1
,. 1 and Mttai 11 lUctsrn
1 .1^ tlu pn
as being
and it "resulted first In
attracting two impostors and
-. ngsrtl) in i-hiHiamg the wrong
icjihei an main oecaaV
1* w.i potntia 1 ut *-i'-'t some of
Ian whose namec
nUoned earllei
:
Schools without (loams. Parkin-
^"1."a ""! Adi md also of
fi ermer. rtehooL
HIS Worship Mr K A. McLeod rlngton in the laying of 1
CtMiPiminilv ilcrlrc
GEORGE PAYNE'S
is
GOOD COCOA
FINE
PURE-
SOLUBLE.
let
an English University.
Trinidad Follows
Princess Alice
Schol. Awards
bsek number to Martindale's. 1 am not suggesting you should should not have to go around
Besides, the ticket seller. Taut. m~i weu iQ save time and askins: Vestrvinen to sIrii the
corroborated Martindale's evi- trouble, find that nobody at light" petition, because tho Vattn roosa
dence that when he sold him 11 became tt It your duly in cccor- was the place for conducting th-
ticket of the winning book, he aanco with the oaths you have business of the parish,
was alone and not in the presence 1aitCn to examine the evidence The Chairman's suggestion was
of the four other claimants. He voli nave hea\ having due re- pUt jn the form of a motion bv The Prim
denied too. hat he was prewj ^^ u, aU lhr arguments" Mr W R. Coward, and again to the Uni
^hdl^ll ihi'She"three share- w1^L"WinK thf uiF^IOL ! carr,ed bv a three-two majority. West Indies for-1952 have "been of learning which the system bad
receipts to the other three share (h,t the four plaintiffs were say- ^p c,ork was KIVPn Uf,.k In awarded to Ancile Llewellyn of produced. 11- quoted for exam-
syndicate or- which to get the signatures of Queen's Royal College, Trinidad pic, Abel Greenldge. Senior
bought tn>- those members who desire to sign and Hope ton Gordon of Calnbar Wrangler. Emtage. Mathematical
shop trom y,,, p^iiion High School, Jamaica. They will Dun at Oxford. Greaves. Astrono-
In St. Philip the Vcstrv reached '""th read for the BSc. General mrr Roval, E. M. Sealy. Exhil.i-
th.-ir ih-eision after Mr. D. D. Degree. tloner at Balllol. Henry Bcaujor
He recalled how' thirty-years
" herrl,mrtcr of l
rider OH erection Of I latrine ai
Tent's Bay. He tainted out thai
sanitary conditions at that Bay
which Is fast becoming a big
fishing centre were unsatlsfac-
1 Alice Scholarships
-sity College of the
Grcenhalgh. anot. .
cducatienal methods arid admin-
istration was loaned from the
Island on secondment to Trinidad
to ft cast and reshape their syf-
tem nn the lines uf the Barbados
itstem laid down by Mitchinson.
Mr. Brume quoted a few names
ninent scholars In all field
-ater supplv, p.-ople wer.
unable to ge4 water to clean the.i
fish
holders.
ing that they In
Names Written ganized by Gill.
Defence Counsel, too. submit- ticket it Branker's
ted that Gill hftd'Ued in the face Taltt. Gill kept it in his posses-
of facts he had not foreseen. GUI sion until the Saturday, the last
NF.W ARRIVALS
had said before a Police Magis- day of tho race meeting, whe
trate that he hod written the according to Gill. Martindale
three names of his pnrlncr-claim- went tu^GDl nnd managed Ut get
ants across the back of the ticke*. u from him, Gill discovennc
on a long and a short side and with ronstejrna'ion >hat his
C. A. Coppln who gave expert Ucket was substituted,
evidence as to erasures on the \ Summary
tickets said that there were only p,,, briefly, he said. Martin-
erasures on part of one of the ^le-. claim was based on Mic
long sides and no signs of, lead vor8|on that he bought the win-
pencil writing all along the long nlrig ticket, not at the lime and
side or on n short side. place as wras alleged by Gill.
Then in this case. Gill said he MarUnd*lo had told them that he
had only written across a long dkl no, vven know the number,
aide and Mr. Ward argued that tul that he had taken It homo
no hod Changed Ibat part ul hi* BBd ftld trWre and then
evidence In the iim or Coppta-a ftttr,i,e young w-omnn Watts,
evidenceCoppln being an tm- |n wriU, certaui names on "*
partial witness. That would mean that tin- pi
Gamer and Mr. R. B. Skeetc. the An anonymous doi.or has en- Goodlng. Principal of Wycllff'
two delegates who had attended Wed the University College of Hall. Freeman Boyee. another ex-
tsra loint meetings of the Vestries the West Indies to establish two hibitloner at Oxford, and now
throughout the island had re- seholurships open to fcieii an I Classieal Professor at t'odrlngtnn
portesl that the maioritv of th.- '.'.men resident in the British College. Belfleld Clarke. Harle>
Vettries after Icnsthv sessions Caribbean Colonies and under the Street Specialist. Chris Springer
age of 20. Oxford Double First and Head-
The scholarships are called Ihe master of Parry-Coleridge School.
Alice Scholarships after Laymen Count
II.R H. princess Alice. Countess of He stressed however that Uar-
ho is Chancellor of tho bados, however, was not to be
University College. Judged by her eminent scholars
' but the simple men and women
3/T 1, n 1 who make up the elusive eollec-
rirCS /Yl I'rVSerS Uon known as "the community"
and It was bid ran* that they
Three fires occurred at Fn-ers should be equipped with the OS*
"eV^C" wS'C,7,'Ch,1"." W'ntation. St. Joseph, within sential tools of ritirmshlp.
four days One fire occurred on The present system was not
lined
eeds of the winning ticket Mr. V. E. Heeves and Mr. C. M. *,bV.ut"3 3o" pn" and "urnt^two Drecedi''compuls.1ry tduesn*
that Gill, Bronmcs. Drakes and Collins. Mr. J. H. Thome is on j.mj thraa quarter acre* of fourth and lodging by the figures on the
Branker conspired "'<''"''' * leave and ""?, were offered crop ripe CaUMl and one and a school roll the time had come
they discovered that Martindale rnr MaBaTt. A. E. Cwe and D. A. quarter acres of trash .!_-, then, should be comoul-
1 TTiiliiojasj s^on* aawpw
The attempt to enforce upon
agreed in principle
Municipality, but thought that the
other ten Vestries should con-
tinue to function with proper ',',I\"*" r*
amendments to the Vestry Aft.
I'nnninwm
The St. Thomas Vestry also.
unanimously agreed to the peti-
tion
Members slfmlns; the petition
. C. Shepherd, Chair-
- man, Mr. K. Sandiford. Hon. J. A.
concern '*- ^^'^heV uV V him Maho. Mr W. T. Goodmg M, LundaTai.d twoTn WennTsaaT do ng' xSFK. BSS ^
S*j2r*-S?5^ I" trouble, to procure the pro- L. D.^GiU. J_.P.. Mr. S. A.Walcotl. The fire o Sunday broke out at Age grouping should not
Jury that it was not
In any way to deal with any pre-
vious trial which had taken place
In connection with the matter.
There had been certain deposi-
tions given before the Police
Magistrate which were put before
them in evidence for purposes of
argument
"We know," he said "that there
was a case and the defendant in
this case was charged and he
was acquitted; that ended the
matter.
"You and I do not know
course that trial took in the mind1-
of the jury who were trying it '
that because as Mr Ward has iiU|flfd that either side has *
rightly put to you this is not a nMlhed a claim, your verd
criminal trial which engages your |d ^ |n aword.
attention now. In a criminal trial. ^ |s onllrrl
w'ere the two versions. Those present signod four sheets occurred at about 700 am and
In issue for them, the which were attached to the pell- burnt four acres of sec >nd crop eiriAentarv''tcachcVs"th(
hen they came to say tion. These sheets will be for- ripe canaa. At 1230 p.m. the other umv fo^ teaching Utin Span-
Ills Excellency the iirt burnt ten acres of second ,lh Bnd Elementary mathematics
Hon. J. I). Chandler, crop ripe canes rhe canes are the WB, on|v m much window dress-
1 |M Ing while the basic prioclploi of
education were being neglected.
Th
the
Jury.
wfedofa ridO satisfied them as te warded
the ctalmi Govemc
The Chief Justice then briefly president of the Legislative Coun- pioperty of Jose Riv
renented the anruments of coun- cl| and nther members of the Ltd and were insured.
th(, sel for th" two sides. Council, lit- Honour Mr. K. N. K.
- finally -aid: "Your task, unhands. Speaker of the House
ell may agree with me. is , Assembly and other members
nol entirely an enviable one and of ^p General Assembly and the
"CYRIL E. SMITH"
BRINGS FUEL
The Schooner Cyril E Smith.
D.S.C.. M.C.. M.P.. Principal f^^n^ "ived in CarlisU Bay
Secretary of State for t h
Colonies.
Grievances
The teachers themselves had
iheir grievances and there were
Instances of victimisation whirl
would naturally tend to mak
r!^^a^^h^L,,1i.'ir0m,,B?U,', them discontented and H undeT-
Guiana. She brought In US pieces M, thp lUnd-rd of lhelr work
natter of
entirely
proof must be to the satisfaction
of the Jury trying the case, proof
BUCh as would leave a jury with-
out reasonable doubt before that
jury; can convict 1 Bill the^tan- i'y^ct In favour of Martindale
fact and It is a matter
for you."
After retiring for about 20
minutes, the Jury returned with
LECTURE
TO-NIGHT
brought In US pi
Wallaba posts. 64 pieces Of
grcenheart and 300 bags of char-
coal .
Tho Schooner Belqueen which
also arrived yesterday from St. when
V.ncent brought in 670 bags of cd
There whs no Justification foi
making a period of 20 years the
eligible period for teachers to
nonlify for higher rates of pay
ily ten years were raqulr-
luallfieatlon for a head-
AT
Ward
CERTIFICATES
PRESENTED TO
POLICEMEN
COMMENDATION Certificate
Nurse Sands
lecture over \h\
deliver a
public address
copra, five bags of cassava stareh. mastership or headmlstresship
thiee bags of peanuts, five b-gi Erdlslon trained paf*HUM
. of cocoanuts, three bags of char- were exempted anil there were
system of the Mobile Urn-ma ai d |n packages of fresh cases In which teachers who had
the Brlleplamr- llnying Field S (, ^ *" taught the Erdlslon graduates and
Andrew at 30 g^Wu.-^,,- The Steamship Atheibrook who had put in as much
Her subject will be Maternln
dard of proof in this .
case is not so high, as M
rightly put. ,
"The weight of the evidence Is
what will guide you. You are
entitled to take into account all
fggpsss Si^iTk ^ ~ =*-
ildcoror Ihcolher UUon which rraulM in the------------------------ I." ^ C&--I fSj, ., J
A CIvU Matter d ,ubM,,ucn, conviction u ,j sj_.(lir., ire At M(fl MlOll
'OtherwlM. tor your purpose! J, Carn egZSm tor the mur- r Ori2<*(l ^lEnallirt'
you arc concerned a with\9 CWM der of Uorma Haswel!
Iflcales Her .ub,cvt will l,c ^alernlty ,,h , ^.j, ,rom teen and a halt year, hart had to
.and and Child We fare and this will brwutht no carlo Th l content with a ma.lmum of
. the proof of which is not Th receiving certificates for f-l MiirrV lUIlatiH'ttll Brlgnd.
h a* in n criminal charge. ..-._ __-i ..^..^i^- .^ a.^, ,.~a "a": &*****' .
matte.. ..
so high as in a criminal charge.' ,hp|r al devoton to duty
He told them that they would lcnacity were: Inspector O
also have regard to the demean- sormger. Station Sergeant Mar-
our or the witnesses during their fhaI, s^r^ant c. Neblett. Cpl
testimony before them and how jj0. L r>evonlsh. Cpl. 26 J
thev stood up under cross-exam- watts PC. 384 O Marshall P<"
Ination 1]2 c Bourne and P C * '
*N (,. bbM, 'he ticket F warner.
9574 in the Spring Meeting of rertilicatcs were presented t<
The quick action of the Fi
saved the Steel Shed s
1940
consolation prir.c in
Que-n's Park from damage when
uxvrnxnK la Mav 23- n flro hroke out at the shed at
A^S*"";- ' ""ul 3 00 am. on Wedn^day.
th- Royal Welsh Fusiliers pleads .__ p.p c-,'oi FN
l gudtv before a Court Martial ' riU SlULtN
tia\ to forging the name of his J^fh Archer of Gra^elie
IZ.L.luiine ofneer lo a document "pad. St. Michael, reported to ....
gvv?g him permTsiion to marry Sj^^. ^ ** ** va,ucd ""'
S coloured Jamaican girl and was
II p C 34 C W. "Philips and a coloured Jfi "- ..'; "|. ,
the shape of the horse Fanny * f c> 37 j. Wilkinson for their sentenced to six months deten-
Adam*. It is now 1B52 ami whence, alertness and obaerva- tk* c.mp. W^g*jh
therefore so far as time gne*. lion abovc the average In detect- good record last \
stolen froi
Market d .
Wednesday night. The Poll
et rrying out investigations.
some of the evidence which you |nR two cases of larceny
ak- n prlsonai 0*1
they
Pupil Teachers Go
The abolition of the nupH
teacher system was also regret-
table and there was that risk that
teachers who had been brought
straight from the Secondary
Schools with certificates were apt
lo consider themselves above the
suggestions of the headmaster
who had not their certificates but
who was nevertheless trained
and experienced in learning
Observations came from the
to the effect that the te
were against age |
pen al Rrounlng but there was no one.
n g to "betl th eat" Counter ob-1
are aervatlon was that the teacher
BS a body had expressed them-
WFATIIFHIIFADS
I m ml-. Feeders
rivrnUo Teata
livenfia tap* & Discs
Gator Roach Hives
Carold tt Illle SalU TableU
Blue l*y torn I'lutrni
Wilson's C'herrlea In
Maraschino l-lh A i'<
Koxes
NrlUon's Rosebuds
Nefflatara Nut Roll
Cherry RIoMom
1.1 M..rr I1, nun (hew I
OH Henry B.i^.
VI IK lllm.
VI30 Film*.
K13S Colour Films
i.:o tolour Film-.
LM Colour Fllmo
Hath Capo
Juhnhon* Bah* lalium
I'almrr* Hair sweaai
l.lyd's Adrenilin Cream
id.t,i Inoulln
Honwii I i.hi.i Kits
Bool's Family Lfiilmrnt
Kool* Worm Svrup
Hoodoo Ant Tape
Maltlevol
Spot like
French Chalk (llesll
Shol Sun Lotion
Fresh Vegetable Sreds
Freh Flower Seed*
Junket Tablet*
(..i. Talcum.
Kleenex Tlxsues
Kolex
tadsBBl
Nail I il. -
torch Batteries
CanasU Playlni Card*
Household Kubher Glove*
Waldorf Tollrl Paper
Hind's Honey \ Almond
Cream 'I'.S.Ai
HootM Mln-ral SalU
I i c .III. I
BRUCE
WFATIIIiKIIIAD
Head of Him...| Stu-ct
TRY OVEN FRESH SERVICE
Get some of these for your
holiday picnic
Drlirimw
MARIE & SHORTCAKE BISCUITS
obtainable in .^lb. Pkgs only 32c.
per Pkge or per lo. only 54(.
SHIRLEY BISCUITS
only 46c. per lb.
WIBIX SODA CRACKERS
only 38c. per lb.
Oil soli' mx'.rywhere
The West India Biscuit Co., Ltd.
- SI'll I II. OFFER OF -
108-20 inch ALL LEATHER HANDY BAGS
FITTED WITH Zll>l> FASTF.VKII
Under exceptional circumstances we bought these at a bin discount off
the manufacturers wholesale price. They are large roomy Bags and being
all real leather will last for years.
A Good BAG for "Week-ends" or Travel
RKTAII. PRICE IN WOUND IS SO/- (112.00)
in t out piut-E to voi is oxly $7.20 ea.
This bargain is obtainable only from
HARRISON'S s"
PARASOLS
LADIES PARASOLS IN . .
BLACK ................. SJ.S0, J4.72, IS.OS
NAVV. BROWN ...............!.... S5.6I
PLAIDS ............... $0.24. 16.35, W.S6
Also PLASTIC ...................... $1.80
These ran be obtained in our Millinery Dept.
CAVE
SHEPHERD
& CO., LTD.
10, It 12 & 13 Broad SV..I
TO-DAY'S
SPECIAL!!
U i.-.il all Jilllll
PINEAPPLE
CREAMS
at KNIGHTS
Phoenix Soda Fountain
_Jl
r?+Z*yl-
For Hi i
cim::ii. .11* Wrck
% 3 J5
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KAICIMIMAII Ti:.% '.-lb I'kl.
1.K. COFFKr 'lb Pkt
< WMUW sXKIIIM-.S prr tin ........
< RAWI ObUV M \>I iCKriW per tin
t i: I Mill. A JII.I.V < i:\-l \IA i>-r i.i
in NHin: itnMii" ii'ms :',-ib
LIOM V.iMti: l l I'l'l K p l-iii. lln
UON < I Ml ''MVX'liliR p-r 4-sst, Mn
CAB Iillll'H MINI pt hot'le .......
I X n liKIII) SAOl per li.itllr
M-IP I'l \M I BITTER l-th ln.lllr
M-ll PI \M 1 HI I ll.R -*-n> holllf
cockam nn rim
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THANKS
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X-SMi Plrat il*-' onkr owner drlvn
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flr* "( II >iv< rr.id|
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AL KaTATC
V ...' |
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t T. li>(
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It* attain lh( af* o<
r^uenl lo Jul. H IB81 .,i. lOajuired
la rcct.l*i upi ih- d* lh*. attain th*
MMMI
the* birf
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HlLDtAN 'AH IMI model in >M
bl* tr*. IN. I alt*
xr SPIT. 1
Mill HI.VI
TRACTOR- One 11 Farm all A-
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Act". M-..... k,n..ie Faclo.y
M I'hilH. St SS >
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rroa lani .
Oaar. St HichMi -
rx iHii*l A|.,.l
nd, hi M
URKLEV- IIi
I Mill L'l.furniahed
1LTMORX nm Vill.tr. Si Jan.
9* * Thro* Bodromr.- DlnlnS and
Draw In a room*. Electricity, runnlnff wt
laaa-OaMrakM
LORNF II..:.
lamii".1 I, .
** VBM
11.3 9
Mabkka.m trial irtttak i
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f-nrniud iriijdli.| rrilldai:-
r.d.fl .i.m Phi
AWOIMIMIMV
A FV*
tUdrii
sss...
LIVESTOCK
POULTRY
m upon ..i
i
Ik. .tied i
Oclrtbei
t>nd in particular! ol th.-ir rLnut dul.
aiiaoieal u> Ih* iiiaanfk*d in .-air ol
ajaaar* Hutctunaon A BardUb) **). i.
Una. Jatna* HI reel. HnadeUiw. ga at
before- Ihr Mb lay of Anrit.t t*J altor
IFblch dab? - dull prouaad to di-ii.b.t.
w at* M lb* nMta k| tl- par|M->
.,1.1-ral %H-rrl.. iMttina lenant |o llu-
huh .' -t.,,11
thru h.\r had notbra and Irwat wr ahkll
at W lUbla lor a-aal. -
any paraan ol whuaa arbt or claim
a* akall nol na*a bad nulH* .1 inr tlma
1 uh diMHbuuao
And all paraan* indrblad to I Ma uid
I aHala ara rraiaaaXad lo milr their
ccounta tlr.au t dday
cavuh nuj
>-..
MILIHi. Uaaaaaad
III
WIl.nHIHK njUCTATION a|
d>aUind*aua* "WHITX HAVtN ..- ..t.
Id Bt PhUip wiUi about JW aciaa ol
land niada lap taUama iui ki,i
arabla. T acraa lanantr>. B >! in
if Ik road* and wood*
MUa, I motor tiucIT I
tmil I aaaaai, | horaa. 1 dunkayi and I
ahana'l
h..pacuan T aapo.mraaT.t Pboa
A T ftkaald. "aMmthx tuft
abovi
I
II i i.drrd UTipoctu
Hpiiiira .,11*1. I waa*. old tr*,-*
A-A tiada La) ma straUi Bj I
.. ... m .ip Ap..
I I .> I>-nn, Brxla- Oan UU<
It 5 5f> -ft.
MISCELLANEOUS
linrcA RErORIrS: Claarancaa. Thfva
if HM The Traveller. Club, Brad-
Btilldlni. It Michaala Row
nmrJJ rMlTr-*Uiajn. SI <*nu per
1 Currant* tl nnli par lb C
'lartoart. M TUdor Street Cit-
JOB MJr.
KHAKI r>AI*TS-Ba*< quality Khaki
l'""l. all mm Pile* mm **
ilaitanca Shirt Depot
1*1 -dn
I car marharta-.
p. .blu- pv&klnr .
. .ei.in and nut t
KAIM 1 > iiietui- V IW..r. MaLL COVNTHV en i. I opan to member, and lift. 1 M 1 51 | .
TAKE
NOTICE
CENTURY
And t .trarllnf |t-1l"l
Mara M OfM fiitain, M.ni.farturrrj
-nd HarchanU, hia tn.da ..r bdiln.
Davoruhlre W rki. Itlimlnihi
li. Uiel-n.!. ha* appllad lot tha learlit
nan ol Had* rr.ark in Part -A-
Radial., li. rnpecl ol baking .
nJ all MbatanfM uted H f.v.-l
infTedir.t- m loeid. Illd -.....
U. r-al.lrr ,.
ll"B I U
""- Ptrn *
notice In duplinlr to ir'
ol uddwImi nt Mch reajlaUX I
tradr mirk ran bo arm on Oppltealluii
lr Broad Alraat
Hi-Ajmc tabu: covkkb wur,
uraary daal-.ni lor chlldran tl- a M
i.l II Tl earn at KirpaUiu V Swan
lkrt. .MIn
NOTICE
...
.M.vl.n.a* called -il kruntu l.> "- n-n.
f SMaallli wnt.r,,.. -r .....4

.v pui.it. i.iut th^i on ti<< alh da
: May iim I
i.l log.i
mm
the . ,.( ol Wilt
bit* arid Utan aaa-.mca and ..doplaii
and dftamtbied ihe-'ee l-rth ai BU
opraaHNin whal.oevri u
ainbe Ibe niname .4 Clllcni" liulaa.
f Hit antd .urnaine r.f WHUhira*
And I p' lurtbai tic* ibai b
(bred poll datod the "tl. 4a> .rf May ltd;
duly aanutad and atMttad 'and racorda.1
> ll>a rt*a*mi-lion Omre of thia htl-ii'
on tba loth day of May ItU. I roimallt
..nd abaoluialy ranouriced and abandonad
ol "Wiltahlie an.'
daclarad that I have aaaumad and adoptao
and Ml ended thenceforth
onuWr.i .MUiavM lo m
:ribe the .....
'WllUhiro" and W aa to ha ai all llmii
Ihriralb-i caUed known I
h l|M> name of (Jlttan" e.cl-iiv.
- - ffth day ol May lJ
otiiei.lu airnSB.
r Olhcll'r WiiUhlro
TAKt NOTICE
T,
Idtvr-d
tvdd.r bo^und the. appcaiaed Value al 1
Ft.da> 1lie> Oil. dai ol J..it* 1-H
OBata For locthe. particiala
and co.dilloeii of aale jppty lu Ui. itnd*
iinad
1 AKKINGTuN at BEALV.
L-caa Str-ol
B) | ;j- ..,
LANI> IM aq fl Houa* Spot, na*
lo l-d> HuUon'a IlLUie, Pint Hill
Te-ephoa* Mr Glbb- .. Dili
X 3 IS. -In
nti- AiiM iim BOMB
An aatrem-L. wall I ullt madam Uira-
bedrwom ar loo btMroaana aaad daaj
BUetQALOW of aton* and iktrfWi oat.
inartlon C.-i.bU-M lotty leel llvhd
room and galUary. rulta cupboarder
Canadian rttlad kltche rVv.ir M ttllll
redar lUiod double uedroom cMaata
uhd oul arden with flMi
treao and oo.plo ...o. for wBl..-.i-
rraaarty la -.
H-atad MU >a*r
Wartblaa Oder. .
.1 ...,.,<.,.
I delUhllail)
WAivrcu
I1ELI'
cook-A rollabla-'Cook alao
maid to alaap in Oood pay
.iit penoni Apply tn Mra Oona.lvai
lliihi.nd'. Oraon H.U, St MkT
betc*r. Ihr iioiri 3 *ng ( p m
W a.ot-
Tmh.I ar.d St*ln.r-pl,.. "-.iarv i
cordlnc "
fb. No
SEA AND Alii
TRAFFIC
la Carlisle Bay
I oudlo
r -.hi- . --i mta m st-h
tna (I M V l*d> Jn. \l V
P**a, Lady Nanata M V Bluo Star
MUtr.
i>i Hatbaal from Lui.don
s | Aiaem.oo,, joa ion, IMI SEA WELL
il I mil"*), a. y W I A
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Alt..-.11. A Allteolt

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on. J Nicola.. Maj..' J Nkokr. *
Honrsva, D Ota-t*a. C Ulaiaa
AKJtn-AJJI R- U W I on Th-u-*da:
Pro in TIUNR>Ab
K II. noe Uroaa^aTualaad. P H-*lma.
.., I Wliattaai. ft*
W Anlhany. B LaaMry Land-. M
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FW P1IBMTO BICO
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mii Mj> ... BwaBofd.
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nF*ARTtlBS it- II W I A
on Thurad...
lor ANTIGUA
L j,iu. V Ifartin, N Baila*.
SliUlii.Bl.rd W Hiuiim. J Siitloii.
IMv.aa. J Davla-. W Kdd>.E Wdy
Sprtwc H iiMU>rt'aks
Provided laiuiiVr
HOHT DOVER, Out
Thai windbreak down on IB*
'jrm can provido ihclicr In in
'.ay. than on*
One of aoulhcm OnUrio'a olt*-t
til nltKl windbreaks was cut down
during tha past winter, and it will
"n virif umbfri and lumbar fnr
a rdfw barn.
That doaa not moai prolectu'i
bar. btwn lost on the W. 1).
Barrett Estate. bt-cuar Uver'-
dense strip of Norwa>
piucv tin the aouth abdaj "f tht'
"Id windbreak. Alt of the stand-
if Rrnwtn in natural rdgeneratloi.
(torn tha old treea and Is now
40 to 50 feet tall..
The old tread, had rear he* i
n nm ''"' f fp*t. jut
were an averajfe of 18 Inches In
inamtner at "tumps haight Sixty
Urdu were cut and yltadad about
10,000 board feel of lumber.
Tht* lie.-, weit- planted Ifl
in*. aTalaal J.i"' -niail stM^UiiiK
wt-it- bouatit from ;i miroery HI
nt NUiifau-a ptiuruula. The saoxl-
Imgs were planted in lotuf rows in
JW voidable garden und in 18Bd
nrnt were* transplanted to the:;
uttaent locstir-ns.
The windbreali was Uiinnrii
iui b- rsmoving every other tn-c
m the wtniar of 191H-20.
On several occasions It was
iiwesiary to mow the sprue-'
..idlings which had come up in
the orchard, because the ireei
'mi, so prolific. Some of ti'>
.. fdllnB in the orchard wtii-
sold in lt24 to local raaldwiU wh i
could pay 25 cents to dig up IN
;i.iU take Ihem .iwav B.IM*.
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ROYAL NETHERLANDS
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Anno pbom iiiwri
M . BONAnUX 1Kb Juao, IMS
M S SlUfllrB. -ffth Juno. IRS
M s marrtA. tw> Jui-, itaa
tAIUMo ro IISOM
m s wmrairAn inn j-avr. ish
I tllJNU TO TSdWIkAa PABAMABiao
ANB BdUTI-M OMANA
S S rOTTICA lat Juna. Ifol
M U. Moator. lth Juke. iU
M 9 BONADUt. Wh June. ISU
M H BTrNTOB, 1Mb Julj-. 1M1
SAILINO TO TflaWmtAB ABO
CtlBACAO
\! S HFSTIA. lUt Ju, isaa
r MCBSON. .ON a CO LTP
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R\RR\DOfi ADVOCATE
FRIDAY. MAY 30. 152 1
Holines' Plan For
Brighter Cricket
Hid Wicket* Are Stilt The Key
My OCVMD H-iRT
LONDON. 18.
The 1952 cricket season has started under a decided
(inane. last season were ten per
i I960 irhen the west Indies toured
Kngland. And it i i gpecting too much of an
already iVflMkeniad Indian toarliuj [Mm that this summer
they will be able u> hall thi
What li needed Is an Intamal 'bl m'; some
maaoia ity crlckej so that spectator in-
terest is maintained
One men suggestion has been
|.ul forward recent I., by Mr V
.. T Ffonaes, formal Surrey ami
It s that a
table be compiled showing a balli
ocr run average for each countv
! aad wouM
DO SB incentive to taster scoring.
AIM. vr\us TEAM
Sports ff in flow
Basketball malrlii". tniiifhl
ai the 1 'I I'( .,. Harrk-
* Cotlri' vrnut
.mui Outran vaasaa M-.drm
High School. Both Collar
and Pirates -re fairlv sUong
lf.ni-, and tin. match -.hould
lit* Interesting
t 'arllon ha* defeated
V.M.I'.C. uh raccntly brat
Cottaa* and the\ w in Bagel
likely sweep through ihe
inexperienced Mndrr-* tmv-
The All Stan. Uun of Trinidad which amvod in the l-land c
three-day Whltmic meat. Left to right they are H. B
Petar-t and L. Long. Thare are no "A" dan* rider,
nder. The other- will rid* in the "B" r.ia
Fla* -I .n- at 7.30 D r
E. Simmons
CJfoctmpian
From rage 1
Ihc trophic* were presented
Mr*. I). A. Wife
rvrsr i-ori-niii iop.-.
I.t J H
i Hue House). 3m t Bah
Trinidad
Cyclists Here
HIM
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UHl. < Veil... HouHi
II...- II.,., .
EVENT IPOTATO Km 13 *r- l
1*4 C. Sim. IH .11-1 Ha
collymore V.a..,. House); j^ c.
'oro>. nir llmua.
event v-potato (Vsafttf ia r i
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WaTrrman. -IHur Houte<. j i
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EVENT a.SPRINT .O.if Ilk rr
lit J. Cnltymnm. iVrllow H0SMI1
II lltnlu I
'Bed Houaai.
(VENT SPKINI (II I* pra.
1st B. ftlmmcm.. . IN
AthwteY. 'Blur llouic. 3rd J PI
man. iBtur How*.
EVENT la. sKIPI-im. ,i -a., i,
1>I r Wnlrrm.ii. II.m- li
'Vrlli.H Rouaai. -1-.| K A-
linen Hauari
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A. BarNrr. iVelltiw ll.iu.ai 3rd
Smith. lOrarn Nmivi
EVENT I*HIUN II MV Q*< |B
UI U I .... p N.
(Yellow Houtei; 3rd K Pollard.
HoumI 4 ft 1 -
in.ii ii mi- Him ii ml
i at Tt.
While it may Las interesting (or
i due* not untor-
provtde ihc answer.
Tm ptaTTpQaa OOtlld .-.tsilj be de-
t'^ted If .i county acored slowl>.
.iinl linn DOWlad negatively 1"
unnn opponents down to their
own rate.
Apart from which, cricket is
.In.iily becoming a slave to
UMsUca withoul Introducing new
tables and record*'. These onlv
rva to destroy the true pirit
ul the K.'iine.
Many a good innings In the cold
BU par minute, h.is i-.*en
Iknr, but invaluable to the side.
and enthralling to -ipedalors. .
QUITE a large crowd went tn
POT instance, who can forget Kensington Oval yesterdav after-
> effort f>r noon and saw the contingent of
uith Taat at cyclists and athletes from Trinl-
i -jine dad go through their paces in
wicket Jiui ulier tea on preparation for Snlurdnv the iit>;
the fourih day, KngUnd were day of the three-da-. Whituun
eight, and nothing it meeting which will be staged by
an Austra- the Amateur Athletic .\
lian victory. Evans staved with of Karbados.
| pooil Cornpfon for two and a The cyclists are E. Long (B
" auartcr hours and defeat was Clasa). F Julicn (II Class). H
li i* (me if the slowestt>feters (B Class). II Bt
on record. During hiOajClass), H Boyce (Intermediate),
stay he made ten runs and moreQC. Hodginson (B Class) these
ami-iing still was at the wicke'Jhre the member* of the All StrSa
i.ncly-llve minutes berore scorintfl ^"l"b of Trinidad--whll. !
.it nil. is repi esenUal In UM
In the Holmes table, this section hy D Mathieuan Olym-
innmgs would not even be men- "''" hope of lh.it iilsnit and U.
coned as an alsn-mn. But it Lewis another meml>er of ihe All
| and, and even the most S'ars Club.
blsaad Australian critics wore The An btars team art
loud in their praises. Ihe island by H.W I.A. on
It is possible to quote "ther Wednesday night and wns met nt
.i slances. There wt< the tlmfl 'he airport by tht Secretary of
when Hobbs and Sutcllffe batted he A.A A B. Mr. O. Rocheford
..II day on a real Brisbane sticky Md Jhc Auistnnt Secretary Mr.
'oi 283 runs Once again scoring w Jemmott There were also
was not fast, but it was one of local cyclists to greet the boys as
lie rlnest exhibitions of batting ,rK"-v lanoad and some ol these in-
t ver seen on a bad wicket. eluded Ken Far num. M Carmich-
a j Ml, and the Holhorn group of
*k- The table would be misleading cyclists
,, in another respect. Nottingham- V. Lewis. IV Mathieu II
at -.hire, who played at Trent Bridge, Harewood (sprinter i and M.
ntfch was a batsman's paradise Argostini (sprinter) arrived In
last aaasop. would naturafiy have the island by B.W I A yester-
. (aster scoring rate than Ln- day morning. They were also at-
ana eashire whose wicket at Old companied by the Trinidad laciy
1 Y Trafford Is more sporting. cycUa*. Vilmer Spencer Sh ili
,,. Ami i. we sec the wholo be participating in special
..net comes back to the old clii for ladles.
lUaaruoo of wickets. Make them The Gulanese cyclist Uddell
ing to give batsmen and <">d the Grenada runner Oittana
,.it to tak. part In the
f. C Hodgkinson. F Jullen. B
Boyca la the only Intermadlatc
B.F.F.A. TROPHIES
PRESENTED TONIGHT
I |
run by
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'.
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OLYMPIC
PREVIEW!
Si. Lucia Hit
Record 508
for Cork Cup
i Prom Our Own Cor>e*i
I CIA. May 26.
S4 Lucia climaxed a gloraoua
tlrst Innings with the record
breaking total of 508 all out when
play renamed on Wednesday
i Park, with St Hi la
not out *8 Dominica were dis-
missed for 157. I Shifmgfi.ui
unt 30. C. Emanuel IS,
Jemmott 21 Barrow five for 6
to follow-on Dominica
i-iond innings scored "
for one at close of play Mount
not out 2. C Shillingford not out
4.
Previous highest total In the
Cork Cup tournaments was 4 IB
hy Gienada in 1910 when
- inaugurated
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not have to pitch the ball half-
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height. The an or real fast have reached 100. Set to make lfit;
i-owling could be revived, in place to win Warwickshire found the
of the present medium paced task beyond them .mi} wan ill
iWUIgars which are Ihe slock-in- ut for 118
trade on feather-bed wickets. At Lords a century by Ceorfic.-.
Batsmen, too, would benefit Idrich enabled Liiicashfre to finish
Itroke play would be en- fte day in a strong position
couraged by bowlers attacking ihe ar*inst the MCC. He scored 10!
stumps all the time, and not before being- bowled by Trev..
bowltng negatively. They are linile> and helped his side to reach
i do this M easy wickets 329 In reply to the MCC's L*3J
to keep the runs down. As a re- The MCC lost wickets quukh li
rtull the batsmen s scoring range tholr second Innings and
IS limited. ,_..._. for 4 at the close.
lUtohe* might finish early, and A, Driitl(1. T,,n Qravenai ihoi
centuries become rawer, But hHiiinn* f..-^.
p on puts. mTca 171
(Jl.im.
A FETE
AJ si i.t i vs RRCTORY
on
\Vllit-Monda> Jane 2. I5?
i'rovis-
rOB, Bwaata, vakw. Ice
Creams, Gamaa
.i
kindly consented to op.
the Fair at
ADMISSION 1/-
^sas^oe>c>Cs*>aaaoaaoaaBor.e.'^y-
Ken Farnum Karhados'
Olympic Selectee matches
wheels with David Matthi-
rrinldadS Olympic hope.
srr Trinidad's sprlail aces
Mi. li "i Agostini and llend-
rickson Ilarrwood as thr>
i'i local stars Innlss,
Archer and Rouse.
VVilma Spencer
Udv cyclist In
I HI". t . ,
A.A.A/B Big INTER-
COLONIAL SPORTS
Ml t I INI, .1 Kensington
Ov.il on SATURDAY. MAY
318T, VYIUT-MONDAY,
Jt'NE tND and TIII'RS.
DAY. JITNE 5TII.
A STEP AHEAD
IN
LONG LIFE
LIGHTNESS
FLEXIBILITY
DUNLOP
aaTSi on aAtk
SEAMLESS
RUBBER BOOTS
S7.IM |--r paiir
CAVE SHEPHERD & CO, LTD.
10. 11. 12 & 13 Broad Street
,rn 11 fly
hundred served
WEATHER REPORT
YESTERDAY
Rainfall iiotn Codnngton: nil
Total Rsinfall for montb to
date 2.17 Ins.
HlgliFft Teuiparatura: 87Ji "F
Lowest Teniporature: 76.6 *F
Wind Velocity: It mile- per
hour
Btiromater (9 a.n t OT 9M.
B nil 20.8DI
TO-DAY'
Sunrlaer fi.40 a.n
Sunset S. 18 p.m.
Moon: New. May 23
Lifcl^aiig. 7 nil p m
High Tide: 7.24 a m
Low Tide. 'i p m
County secretaries may argue Glamorgan seemed to be on I n
thnt game* ending under the thret " to victory agaln.it Kent
ays would deprive them of the IVntypndd. In fhe flit innlti,
.bird dny gnte money. The an- they scored 373 tu Kent
wer of course, is that they would by close of play had capture.!
in more than compensated by Kent second Innings wickets In
the bigger crowds the brighter 83
Ickei
ul.l attiacl
L.E.S.
WHAT'S ON TODAY
Court of Ordinary at 11.00
Netbail. St. Mictaael'a Olrla'
School -4.30 p.m.
Twelfta Nigbt" at Qaeen's
Oollags4 45 p ai
Basket Ball at YHQA
7 30 p m
rolico Band at Boys' Club and
Olrla' Oulde Dance, King
Oeorga V Fark--O.00 p m
Thcyli Do It Every Time
Scoreboard: Somerset vs Indian
Somerset 330 (Lawrence 103 n< I
out) and 128 for 4. Indians L'3
Glamorgan vs Kent. Kent 2011
;.nd 85 for 5. Glamorgan 373.
Gloucester v Sussex. Siu-sex
208 and 37 without loss. GIouk -
ter 447 for 7 declared.
MCC vs Lancashire bfOt
nnd 28 for 4. I^incaslme 321*
Northants vs Hampshire, llamp
shire 287 and 33 for 2 N
288 for 8 declared (Shackle*
for 75).
Surrey vs Warwick Sur.ev l.i
and 138 Warwick 105 and 118.
Oxford UniverMti vs ttm.. i.
Wi.rce-rter 272 and 8 without KMS
Oxford 412 for 8 declared (p.
Hl.ikc 130. It. Wollticombc I IB).
And buy a Carib
A tense incident in the Trinidad
Ba.bados Tornado tournament
generous in victory the Barbadian
s' oer hurls a life saver to a gallant
bu* gasping victim of a Tornado
tu-no ver.
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



PAGE 1

PAGE EIGHT R\RR\DOfi ADVOCATE FRIDAY. MAY 30. 152 1 Holines' Plan For Brighter Cricket Hid Wicket* Are Stilt The Key My OCVMD H-iRT LONDON. 18. The 1952 cricket season has started under a decided (inane. last season were ten per %  i I960 irhen the west Indies toured Kngland. And it i i gpecting too much of an already iVflMkeniad Indian toarliuj [Mm that this summer they will be able u> hall thi What li needed Is an Intamal 'bl m'; some maaoia ity crlckej so that spectator interest is maintained One men suggestion has been |.ul forward recent I., by Mr V .. T Ffonaes, formal Surrey ami It s that a table be compiled showing a balli ocr run average for each countv %  aad wouM DO SB incentive to taster scoring. AIM. vr\us TEAM Sports ff in flow Basketball malrlii". tniiifhl ai the 1 'I I'( .,. Harrk•* Cotlri' vrnut .MUI O ut r an vaasaa M-.drm High School. Both Collar and Pirates -re fairlv sUong lf.ni-, and tin. match -.hould lit* Interesting t 'arllon ha* defeated V.M.I'.C. uh raccntly brat Cottaa* and the\ w in Bagel likely sweep through ihe inexperienced Mndrr-* tmvThe All Stan. Uun of Trinidad which amvod in the l-land c three-day Whltmic meat. Left to right they are H. B Petar-t and L. Long. Thare are no "A" dan* rider, nder. The otherwill rid* in the "B" •r.ia Fla* -I .nat 7.30 D r E. Simmons CJfoctmpian • From rage 1 Ihc trophic* were presented Mr*. I). A. Wife rvrsr i-ori-niii iop.-. I.t J H i Hue House). 3m t Bah Trinidad Cyclists Here HIM i i atearu %  lr<1 r. U-.t EVENT i ir-aSMi i-i r .i UHl. < Veil... HouHi II...II.,., EVENT I—POTATO Km 13 *rl 1*4 C. SIM. IH .11-1 Ha collymore V.a..,. House); j^ c. 'oro>. •nir llmua. EVENT v -POTATO (Vsafttf ia r i I.I c w..i. r ii lOr+en n„ u .r.. : % %  ! r WaTrrman. -IHur Houte<. j i '"• 'Blue Houi rvrNT i — M*MT POT in t Kini. Hi. imp*. •'• %  in... ih.nnei ivrM ; wior lionoum. .1 Um.w-i tn Ird M H'.l I | IHILW M. EVENT a.—SPRINT .O.if Ilk r r lit J. Cnltymnm. iVrllow H0SMI1 II lltnlu I %  'Bed Houaai. (VENT %  —SPKINI (II— I* pra. 1st B. ftlmmcm.. . IN AthwteY. 'Blur llouic. 3rd J PI man. iBtur How*. EVENT la. SKIPI-IM. ,i -a., i, 1>I r Wnlrrm.ii. II.mli 'Vrlli.H Rouaai. -1-.| K Alinen Hauari i \ i si II ._ IHIIII a i, >• K (0*ar II in i %  I li-".A. BarNrr. iVelltiw ll.iu.ai 3rd Smith. lOrarn Nmivi EVENT I*— HIUN II MV Q*< |B UI U I .... p N. (Yellow Houtei; 3rd K Pollard. HOUMI 4 ft 1 %  in. II II MIHim ii ml i at Tt. While it may Las interesting (or i due* not untorprovtde ihc answer. TM ptaTTpQaa OOtlld .-.tsilj be det'^ted If .i county acored slowl>. .iinl linn DOWlad negatively 1" unnn opponents down to their own rate. Apart from which, cricket is .In.iily becoming a slave to •UMsUca withoul Introducing new tables and record*'. These onlv %  rva to destroy the true pirit ul the K.'iine. Many a good innings In the cold BU par minute, h.is i-.*en Iknr, but invaluable to the side. and enthralling to -ipedalors. QUITE a large crowd went tn POT instance, who can forget Kensington Oval yesterdav after> effort f>r noon and saw the contingent of uith Taat at cyclists and athletes from Trinl%  i -jine dad go through their paces in wicket Jiui ulier tea on preparation for Snlurdnv the iit>; the fourih day, KngUnd were day of the three-da-. Whituun eight, and nothing it meeting which will be staged by %  an Austrathe Amateur Athletic .\ lian victory. Evans staved with of Karbados. | pooil Cornpfon for two and a The cyclists are E. Long (B %  auartcr hours and defeat was Clasa). F Julicn (II Class). H li i* (me if the slowestt>feters (B Class). II Bt on record. During hiOajClass), H Boyce (Intermediate), stay he made ten runs and moreQC. Hodginson (B Class) these ami-iing still was at the wicke'Jhre the member* of the All StrSa i.ncly-llve minutes berore scorintfl ^"l"b of Trinidad--whll. .it nil. is repi esenUal In UM In the Holmes table, this section hy D Mathieu—an Olyminnmgs would not even be men"''" hope of lh.it iilsnit and U. coned as an alsn-mn. But it Lewis another meml>er of ihe All | and, and even the most S'ars Club. blsaad Australian critics wore The An btars team art loud in their praises. Ihe island by H.W I.A. on It is possible to quote "ther Wednesday night and wns met nt .i slances. There wt< the tlmfl 'he airport by tht Secretary of when Hobbs and Sutcllffe batted he A.A A B. Mr. O. Rocheford ..II day on a real Brisbane sticky Md Jhc Auistnnt Secretary Mr. 'oi 283 runs Once again scoring w Jemmott There were also was not fast, but it was one of local cyclists to greet the boys as %  lie rlnest exhibitions of batting ,rK "v lanoad and some ol these int ver seen on a bad wicket. eluded Ken Far num. M Carmicha J Ml, and the Holhorn group of k The table would be misleading cyclists ,„, in another respect. NottinghamV. Lewis. IV Mathieu II at -.hire, who played at Trent Bridge, Harewood (sprinter i and M. ntfch was a batsman's paradise Argostini (sprinter) arrived In last aaasop. would naturafiy have the island by B.W I A yester. (aster scoring rate than Lnday morning. They were also atana eashire whose wicket at Old companied by the Trinidad laciy 1 Y Trafford Is more sporting. cycUa*. Vilmer Spencer Sh ili ,,. Ami i. we sec the wholo be participating in %  special ..net comes back to the old clii for ladles. lUaaruoo of wickets. Make them The Gulanese cyclist Uddell ing to give batsmen and <">d the Grenada runner Oittana ,.it to tak. part In the f. C Hodgkinson. F Jullen. B Boyca la the only Intermadlatc B.F.F.A. TROPHIES PRESENTED TONIGHT I | run by Barbados Friendly Football '. 'light .1 • ui, Ligtt'.%  at 8 p.m. hy Mr. O. S. Hh %  %  %  rts Editor. mi are-— %  h I Teeth Loose Gums 5!ee ,\, If-thar** %  %  i.' '. 'lentil Flash OLYMPIC PREVIEW! Si. Lucia Hit Record 508 for Cork Cup i Prom Our Own Cor>e*i I CIA. May 26. S4 Lucia climaxed a gloraoua tlrst Innings with the record breaking total of 508 all out when play renamed on Wednesday i Park, with St Hi la %  not out *8 Dominica were dismissed for 157. I Shifmgfi.ui unt 30. C. Emanuel IS, Jemmott 21 Barrow five for 6 to follow-on Dominica i-iond innings scored for one at close of play Mount not out 2. C Shillingford not out 4. Previous highest total In the Cork Cup tournaments was 4 IB hy Gienada in 1910 when inaugurated ',',','.',' •//,'/.V.VyA II A Grand DANCE % %  .f • a at, Phinp Oarl Oalin J\ i >, M riK ai ran ir ^ I" KR1DAV 30TK MA\ S b> P.l..r lull ll.i..Oi'h'.ita n\ TII KITS t/a Dancins nn • p m to 3 a m. imwhawii • % %  asat % %  SB -"• —1 from Hi ; %  . .<. r*ii. wn .nd n %  i .. ii... t AN IRISH LINEN SUIT ONLY $36.00 EA. a Ideal for the Tropics • PCS. MAFFEI & Co.. Ltd Top Scorers in tailoring Prince Wm. Henry Street I tnri H %  lers an equal chance, and iere would be no need to compile i tables and records. ( expected to-day N Cok. .Y-ll i...... Us %  %  VBN1 l*< -II-1.V • is pas.) Il..>i. lYeOow n %  .. %  VBNT ia.—ACH l—Otn li it. I l-l nt.-. Jn.l n.-.l .IT.. (Iraatt EVENT m-XBOOI. HOT* BACI: iIS— la ra.l I.l M Wvtolar: 3nd C llavn... 3rrl II 1 VI SI t. -Ill I. ..Ill I. M I Ul adnltli Veuahii. 2i-l i EVENT tl-LaTTLE VISITOMS' BAC ii w. aa inJ'r. lit llorara Serinan EaS Mm v. MoIndians Face A Hard Fight Further, there would be an end one and for all to the business of 'bumpers' and 'bodyliiic' bowling. Fast bowlers would not have to pitch the ball halfvay down the wicket to obtain a) From Page 1 height. The an or real fast have reached 100. Set to make lfit; i-owling could be revived, in place to win Warwickshire found the of the present medium paced task beyond them .mi} wan ill iWUIgars which are Ihe slock-in„ut for 118 trade on feather-bed wickets. At Lords a century by Ceorfic.-. Batsmen, too, would benefit Idrich enabled Liiicashfre to finish Itroke play would be enfte day in a strong position couraged by bowlers attacking ihe ar*inst the MCC. He scored 10! stumps all the time, and not before beingbowled by Trev.. bowltng negatively. They are linile> and helped his side to reach i do this M easy wickets 329 In reply to the MCC's L*3J to keep the runs down. As a reThe MCC lost wickets quukh li rtull the batsmen s scoring range thol r second Innings and IS limited. ,_..._. , for 4 at the close. lUtohe* might finish early, and A Driitl(1 T ,,n Qravenai ihoi centuries become rawer, But „• hHiiinn* f..-^. p on %  puts. mT ca 171 (Jl.im. A FETE AJ si i.t i vs RRCTORY — on — \Vl l it-Monda> Jane 2. I5? i'rovisrOB, B wa a ta vakw. Ice Creams, Gamaa .i kindly consented to op. the Fair at ADMISSION 1/^sas^oe>c>Cs*>aaao a aoaaBo r .e.'^yKen Farnum Karhados' %  Olympic Selectee matches wheels with David Matthi- rrinldadS Olympic hope. srr Trinidad's sprlail aces Mi. li "i Agostini and llendrickson Ilarrwood as thr> i'i local stars Innlss, Archer and Rouse. VVilma Spencer Udv cyclist In I HI". t . A.A.A/B Big INTERCOLONIAL SPORTS Ml t I INI, .1 Kensington Ov.il on SATURDAY. MAY 318T, VYIUT-MONDAY, Jt'NE tND and TIII'RS. DAY. JITNE 5TII. A STEP AHEAD IN LONG LIFE LIGHTNESS FLEXIBILITY DUNLOP aaTSi on £aAtk SEAMLESS RUBBER BOOTS S7.IM |--r paiir CAVE SHEPHERD & CO, LTD. 10. 11. 12 & 13 Broad Street ,rn 11 fly hundred served WEATHER REPORT YESTERDAY Rainfall iiotn Codnngton: nil Total Rsinfall for montb to date 2.17 Ins. HlgliFft Teuiparatura: 87Ji "F Lowest Teniporature: 76.6 *F Wind Velocity: It mileper hour Btiromater (9 a.n t OT 9M. •B nil 20.8DI TO-DAY' Sunrlaer fi.40 a.n Sunset S. 18 p.m. Moon: New. May 23 Lifcl^aiig. 7 nil p m High Tide: 7.24 a m Low Tide. 'i p m County secretaries may argue Glamorgan seemed to be on I n thnt game* ending under the thret " to victory agaln.it Kent %  •ays would deprive them of the IVntypndd. In fhe flit innlti, .bird dny gnte money. The anthey scored 373 t u Kent wer of course, is that they would by close of play had capture.! in more than compensated by Kent second Innings wickets IN the bigger crowds the brighter 83 Ickei %  ul.l attiacl —L.E.S. WHAT'S ON TODAY Court of Ordinary at 11.00 Netbail. St. Mictaael'a Olrla' School -4.30 p.m. Twelfta Nigbt" at Qaeen's Oollags—4 45 p ai Basket Ball at YHQA — 7 30 p m rolico Band at Boys' Club and Olrla' Oulde Dance, King Oeorga V Fark--O.00 p m Thcyli Do It Every Time Scoreboard: Somerset vs Indian Somerset 330 (Lawrence 103 n< I out) and 128 for 4. Indians L'3 Glamorgan vs Kent. Kent 2011 ;.nd 85 for 5. Glamorgan 373. Gloucester v Sussex. Siu-sex 208 and 37 without loss. GIOUK ter 447 for 7 declared. MCC vs Lancashire bfOt nnd 28 for 4. I^incaslme 321* Northants vs Hampshire, llamp shire 287 and 33 for 2 N 288 for 8 declared (Shackle* for 75). Surrey vs Warwick Sur.ev l.i and 138 Warwick 105 and 118. Oxford UniverMti vs ttm.. i. Wi.rce-rter 272 and 8 without KMS Oxford 412 for 8 declared (p. Hl.ikc 130. It. Wollticombc I IB). And buy a Carib A tense incident in the Trinidad Ba.bados Tornado tournament — generous in victory — the Barbadian s' oer hurls a life saver to a gallant bu* gasping victim of a Tornado tu-no ver. 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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FRiDW. MAT M. Ia*52 R\RRADOS ADVOCATE PAGE TUBES 1 Mounties' Dogs Take Refresher Courses — Ami Re-grxtdunie CALGARY, Alta. Kuyjl Canadian Mounu|l PolkM dufc> smarti-si uf Ihe U have to K<> back to school once in a whil.\ Thai's why MX uf ihe "force's tinest" were in Calnarv <-n a twowotk relreaher course in th tricky art* of attacking, tracking. Kuardintf criminals and rnifnnR out caches of hidden liquor. When they completed the refresher. |] a ted again. —— Their iirjicliialii.il ronsTssaeal <>l -homing .in MdtoOM .it Calaar.\ let. rl;i Par* their talent* all done with UMMU the command* ol their masters The dogs—all German %  topherds from del-, hmnll in All11 and British Columbia—make moo headline* than thenMM 'proposed they showed how they did It A man came running out Central African Territories Talk Oas (Closer Union A HANDY GIFT FOR EISENHOWER Up ^asM j^| %  * %  •*& ;..KHE Colonial Trade I 11ions Are Patch> —JOtfS WALTQPf LONDON Ma %  %  umlnatloi ul the trade in Itie Colonii 4i John v. ilton aaka bn an arttsta In ti. \la> issue of "New Comnittnwealth'" what lias btCffl tk rir.ii oi varied help given by the C inlet, ih British T.UC and mure l.iti lv. tin \< lei nati %  i hi anewei i eeuila to stati aging in som plac es equally din n otnere, it %  too eerlj I i roni the plain oi UM Intai latinenco of Vt\ • Trade Uniona lot reajionaj oi %  i i hi' w< %  %  %  lu h tMaagfMpui ..good used he winds up in a heated political campaign. Tfea am ( Men NATO h<*dil mown shaking handl with Ike just after he hsil g.vui i,:-r i < %  i \t„,. : |g 3M .iii.ii tvota n.t.i i;'! %  %  gate Ahlaok Favours !{< k gular Broadrasling For Antigua (From Our Own Correspondent! ANTIGUA. \li KanjMih Ablaok K. ional Biogrticaetins Qft lu gi tor %  in recently %  \ i for the I rst .(.aonM h.Mnplonulu ..! 1:., Drggl UM ujin oi After two yoara ol chaa ul on po.itic. 'ruds and imlr niion utuatwa 'tataaaag %  10 the inihaUve of the iorkers and to |h inrluen-e a Uelegalion |n>m the I C T T t white* Msitt'u \\. %  \ i vear. The Conummist -dom I lad Nigerian laib->tir l'ngre out the likclihoivl ol aaaBfei il' "ithanc*. DISPRIN to relieve pain ir le* arU %  < wapleteh MSk-Mr • Oacker lorrtlm %  PalalaHe •aasstaf'gaa toir.KOHilF.'K IWN M .. %  i run "i t.um an I %  .i.iii.i ho wei MH1.00U members, %  | i""-^" 1 *' %  rtrti %  U .ubaeribod >l.:o (U B haa reoigiMd. An actm ., lf ,,, w(ll) .. 1 „„ tav j tee leadh those wlm ee inon : roadcaatins n uunugh , ,^,! u m particular, Ihe pos %  %  i blishii wthod | IJ( |, t huKtoog during law service In A; • the aintenan of the ProlecThen showed them the "booze hounds' ihe skill that have mad' s famous throughout tna li.G's Netr Itiuliu Studio Hay H
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ESTABLISlltD 185
FRIDAY MAY
PRICE. FIVE CEN1S
3 More Vestries Object To Local Government Bill
St. Thomas, St. Philip, St. Joseph
Follow St. Michael Vestry's Lead
"J .HRfii. more Vestries met yesterday at their
respective vestry rooms and decided to become
signatories of the joint petition prepared by repre
sentatives of the various vestries objecting to the
Local Government Bill, and asking the Governor,
the Legislature and the Secretary of State for the
Colonies to reject the Bill in its entirety.
Vestries signing the seven-point document were St.
Thomas. St Philip, both by unanimous acrwmrnr. and Si
.'"M'Dti. by a mere threo-lwo majority St. Michael has al-
ready Blgned the Petition, while Christ Church is prepared
I Hi amendment put forward bv them is ac-
cepted !>\ the other Vestries.
hi St. J mere
quorum the Vestry
Church Will Consider
Local Government Hit
The Ohiirclt may also mak<*
representation to Government
regardiag Uic Local Oovrrn
ment BUI which is now being
- oli.liicird bj Select Com-
mittee of the House of As-
sembly and agaltmt which the
Vest tie* have prepared a
Joint Petition objecting to
the BUI
Members of the Clergy will
meet today to dlsctuia the BUI
M It affecta tie Church. It
wan eta ted yesterday
I
k| Government Bill
ml in which It is BhgJ-
El
andlag C "liuo .ippulnttil by
the Vestries, are fully i n
nut for"
.
the sid 'ii lyaten of local gov-
Iha objse-
'.'
KirM Action
Action to ""' slid wh Bret
Initiated by the Vestries of St.
John and SI. George who in a
letter to the various vestries asked
thai two H bo ap-|
pointed bv pch Body to prepare
.1 MUttOO objecting to Ihe Bill.
Only itve members ond the
Chan-man I and afte-
ii two-hour loot dSDati on the
i
raiment Bill and the original
Maude Report ;ne w
ed the petition bv . three-two
majnriu mat the
pi ill-' Smith and
favour of
f) Onl'ifc .-
U.N. Delegates
Call Reds' Bluff
PANMUMJOM. May 29.
The Comniui.. I
United Nations to bock dowr
from their "final" Korean pat
proposal or break of! the trues
talks.
. Nations negotiator* re- | ,,-, _. ,
lummUPU
Governor Will
Open C.T.U.C.
Hi* Excellency the Governor
Str Alfred Savage, K.C.M G
..ill open the Caribbean Trado
Union Conference fl.C FT U.)
and (O R.I.T ) which will be
held here In the Legislative*
t ouiu-il Chamber on Wednesday.
June 4 Tlie Conference will
open Ut 10 a.m.
At the Opening Ceremony. Mr.
G. II Adams. C.M.G M.CP..
President General of the Barbados
Workers' Union will introduce
rill Excellency, after whose open-
,g address Mr. Francisco Aguirrc.
Inter-
laattoa,
FRENUI
GRAB RED
LEADER
PARIS .1
The French government mn
go i nuMfci r.iy ivsMon
What aclu>n Mmuin !* taken'
agamatJ.ieo.uc-. Lhiclos. Communist
ngrtj ktadstr, . night'?' wild demonstrations In
Pans. The squat, bald lead
second most uunaafu] Communist
Party this side of the
tain. wa- Body with
hi- wife, h.s chauflsui nd iMXly-
.
a irunchi-, pMeOfU
and ,i radio i mi
in their desk black tin
> onod by
,udlci?.l ,
ilo CltJ on the i
.
P
Dndar Fieneh law tL
ment doe- not have t.- lit! parlUi-
Iteaalasj mimunlu to which
Duclon is entrlled if 11 :.n Im-
proved he w.i OBHagH red handed
in illegal action Judicial author-
ities were attempting lo deter-
mine If this procedure could l>-
followed and thus permit Duel
in hi- prosecuted under Ihe com-
paratteely minor charge of cun-
qealment of weapons or illegal
possession of weapons
The Interior Minister. Charle:
Rruno summoned a mtdnlgh
praSa conference to sni
nrrest of Duclos and hi'
berte He denounced demon*!-
day in which one riott"
w;>- killed. 100 polic- in)ured. :'.
still hoepltalizcd. and 7l atti-
madi" in :m nrgnnlren" ronsplran
against the 9t*M bj Communl*'
nesal Nam i Cop
munist delegate. The> called the
Reds' npparenl blu'T by offering
a long recces, but Nam Insisted on
(mother meeting tomorrow
Ma)oi-Gneral William K. Har-
:.,.i Oca-anli .-
ci -'l ssTWl
urican
will i*m1>.
Among matler^
the Agenda tor conhideration hy
the Conference are the Nomina-
tion of the Conference Board, th<
Approval of the Conference By-
Laws, and to consider the ap-
," polntment of various Work
s'."l<,^A.ll!?d d5!CBaIw.^d. Commlsaions. The Conference
fill also consider the appointment
Mam today lhat ihe only obe-Ucli
to a quick rumii.e ><.is th-
Cnmmuni'I -chagrin" Si Ii nrrnrij.
that o n 1 y 70,000 of 109.000
:.'.' | U) < "I'l-
munlsm.
. DO thlfasl

a I.OOO.nuti man Comnu
.
-died -ma^.tctos" ..i. i.
-U.P.
f
Executive Committee.
DOROTHY KIKO Captain of Blue House receive. I!
at the conclusion of tue Alhl-tlc Bport* held at Q
Blue House was Ohuaptw House with M points
Cup fron
(I!. -'inli v
Allies Use Tear Gas To ?;. $>>>*
Separalt, hed rrisoners q q Spartt
United Slates Take
Threat Of Mass
Attack Seriously
WASHINCm N.
UUNIST HINTS rensaved largs -'ale welfare
d In Wash.' i^adly
LlrSj havs aharpened the belief o1 top rsaikiB
ne ai
,ii u l.miO.000 mar ai
hoc \)-> H mo m IUM inav
launch a tiwi-.i nffensiv.
ban

i
rh
.i.
ng poe>u
. IUm
"Tr.x["
The BosarnrihSni cc
. PPsS" for proaeeut
T>ur1o8 on the grave
Ins to overlh' 0*
,i rrlme which can di
i death penalty V.T.
fm awnlnit
the stnti
Oil
Indians Face
A Hard Fighl
42 Workers Leave
For U.S.A. Today
Forty-two grtoultural workers
. II leave Scwtll this morning
at 7.00 o'clock by Resort Airlines
lor Wi..con.-in. U.S.A. to work
i 'i the Milwaukee Gardens
Araociatlon.
Tho aircraft which is taking
thi men touched down at Sea-
well Airport yrMc-rii.ij afternoon
SI 1.15 and stayed uvornight
crew of threeCapr. L.
M oat*. Capt. p. H. Browne
Flrt F Officer Clinton Joswy
*ho were ul the Ocean Vnw Hotel.
Two Barbadians who iuii-
a'OrklPJ in Florida returned home
.reraft.
Kirkwood For
London Talks
LONDON. May 29
Lord Lylc'a cousin, Mr. Robert
Kirkwood. member of the Jamaic
Legislative Council, Is in London
fur two months of business talV .
A* Chairman of the Citrus
Growers Association of Jamaic.
he will discuM with the Ministry
of Food a ten year contract for
the supply of concentrated orange
In .July as Ch.irman of the
Jamaican Sugar Manufacture.-
Association he Will open trade
discussions on sugar.
Mi Kirkwood went lo Jamaica
in 1936 as representative of his
family's llrm.
Hla eiiihteen-yeir-uld daughtor
Carollne has her taaalng out
party on June 25th. It wtfl be ul
the House of Transport Mfnlsh r
Mr. Alan Lennox-Boy d
LONDON. May 29,
The Indians will have u. light
hard tomorrow lo avoid defeat by
Somerset at Tnunton Despite .i
tine Innings of 83 by D. K. Gae-
kwad they were all out today frx
238
Somerset baiting again scoredl
128 for 4 nnd thus lead the tourltj
220 runs with H wickets in
hand.
For the second time In a week
Surrey won their match li
days. In a low scoring game thev
beat County champions Warwick
who have yet to win a champion-
ship match this season, by 69 run*
Surrey, 37 for I overnight lost
thslr last 9 wlckete for 101. On
dry dusty pitch, off spinner En.
Hollies made the ball break vici-
ously and took 6 for 62. Had It not, bar
been for a patient innlngn of 43 In -din.
t-.n.ir ISLAND M
i in- < ltd"
to-night in conn .
tear j. trMon bj North Korean nffic
first repflrtB he si

il 80.'000 Chines*- ai I
itinn
Th'-> Bme UN. trtKips have eiiirrctl tin-
compounds h nca Colonel Francis Dodtl
v/u t and held hostage toi 7 houn
dtrring demonstratiori Com
i L'ttinR a hole in the rence on th"
mpound Cm ml its I d the order
.
United S'.. u i'l -
I L4.ll
I
.tr^l be- j
gun splitting rebellious Red win'
(rlsoners Into sniullei gmup-
i fin a rocks .it
advancing troops, sang Com nil -
tat songs and meved back an. I
forth in aaaawlng mnwi but no
i n raaj rfead i
*ide during Ihe first four houn
Of tha eralu>n. U m
first lime that Allivd troops have I
entered th- sprawl ni: c mpoufld
hoi Ung soma Himon diehard CMi
rse nnd Kur.-ni prison*
riots be-
I
Bi i.. Oanai al Ha Iw
Koje camp STdari
into lh eonipoundl i i H-galn full
rontrol oaar tha ipi.....
break them up Into mi
more manageable groups t"i
transfer to smaller eompotfhd-
The present compounds hold an
average of 6.000 men each. The
naw OBnuoonda wtll bold mnxi-
muin Of 100
iftar n on |i
from British K
Light tiuarilo id United
, . Finland Fund
HAVE you yet roatrlbuted
to tin* rimrt"
Tine Is ruiiiung saort. Be
inembti the Olympic Oaaws
ire in July and K Fariniu
Will have to leave Barbedo*
en route to HeKinkl lieforn
tho Olympic Oamei begin.
Send your donation TO
DAY to the Royal Bank of
Canada. Barclay'H Bank or Uie
Office Of the Advocate.
Soal I.'.msu i>i
Ami Prev Ark. 11.174 41
Stan of Audit IMpi
(Public Buildlni'i
F. A. C OlalrnionU
Everton Sportn Club
Jo"ipn Tnrtor
piaalaaai
17.44
ft 00
6 00
b 0(1
4.00
Total
51..!<> U.
- i ng ol n i.-ii.i. i i in
od uaranta Ufare antar-
an afternoon of
item uhen tin
ii- hel.l ;tt IJiu'en-. Cut
rdaj a i out i
ported from the performance i I
the reeeni fJirl inti
il>itv. ihr ijiieeii CoUege .>tl.
letea nhibitad ^i>; i k> eni
pctrifVO I'll II
Vi< !i ix I .udmiiii ,>ii' 1 ill
.it Red Hi I

Blue House chaniploii
ilhie w.n. i man with 8
Ircejn Hotuu i 'nra Wm roll
v th I" point- mid Yotti i

i- Ch unpion tup wen.
to Blue lluuae and v.aa receive
: H-. Borothj King iilu
\% pefhti On
l-.iiilv Red 90 i
35 points.
ml m tha sard
.mi ... lad mui h
laton law tin- fcaan i val
i i j Col
lymorp result In a Herein i.n
former champion Inniis.
At th- conclusion of lh< i m
e On Par a.
upon tnr n latassce
. ghd N. in Kon to
, ,
Had nag
equally Brra In ri lactti
No on., in th. Unitad s in
government seems to set' any re>
hope for revolving the "'
KorSbvei I llate th,i
ith new tanaksna build
Germany because .it rMlUB '<
sj, Oarmai
ut, mei
,u th Kranlln pros I I]
ow ee> the advai
n Koic. frtuch an re apan to thi n
. few- wreks ,igi O T
i hours by opening bat Eric Bedser Staler Ninth Reglfl i
U Is doubtful if Suire> would (Compound 6(1 amseh h
, On Page B. Korean OsssOBn Thi lea was
-^ [clouded with teal i
moved forward und twgan km*k -
lug down huts. In nil gu
soldiers manned .3d rahbre mo -
'hihe guns illent but rat
During the flrstt four hour i
were formed Into
HoW< \ r not)* had ar-
. n removed from the old
npounds to the newl.
structed ancloaures.
red 'i
the flrsl few hour* About Aft.
[rum the Shi
in*l Ninth Regiment made up an
nltial talk force A British nfn-
IIh otiglnaJ i i
ban t.T only about I
i I
CLERKS FROM DACOSTA OO. and paaaersbr watch water
guasu-ig Iroai Ute bunt hydrant In Manon's Alley between tee
ASeocate Co Ltd k KnlghU Pharmacy yesterday.
The Waterworkti DeparUsMnt detailed a gang who quickly repaired
Britain Talks
Tough To Chinese
LONDON. M-iy
Britain rejected Chinese Con-
munlat allegations thai Chinese in
Hong Kong are being persecuU^i
In u tough talking note the
British called the charges "Irre-
sponsible eidumnies" and expreea-
ad regret thai !h. PSIptng regime
hontd i i-' official
ci.....
i ommunut regim-
was recognized by the British
'. vi-iniiiet.t which lYlm'
WinsUin Churchill dr-
feitcd laat falL Baar ^iw recog-
nition the Reds have snubbci
Britain. They have nevei bother-
ed to send diplomatic representa-
tive hare
As a result of the crack d*J
against Reds in Hong Kong thi
I-eiping Government sent a protest

Britain'* rcul\ dash I l
IViping Monday und made public
. acted all iiw-g:.tinn
eategori.Mllv t
Savannah RrdW-ls
'['ran(|uillitv Lemi
irteaj net <>., ..-e..
HOHT OF SI'AIN.
I cirii. rawicesl Tran-
m(1* afte-noon b>
winn ng three of four inafehet
Btanding at the close of play wa<
Tr-ri(|i.il)ity 10 points. Savannah
7. When the series resumed thi'
afternoon. Tranquillity werr- !i
points Savannah 4.
Result- Meet's DeubleeE. Tay-
lor and Dr Manning beat G
, Muncir.i and A deVerleuil 7 f,
62. S7. 78.
h Mixed Deethlea P Patterson
land Mrs R. Banrrnft beat
iGlanetti and Ml M Archer 36.
SI. 62
I Men's mnaleeA. Skinner won
'from D. Worme 8--1. 48, 4.
Ladles DaoMc* Miss G. da
nd Mrs. O. Gait loet to
M-- G P
-Jf -3.
ike GotW //own
Tomorrow
PARIS. Ma>
lea%
Wishington s
ding *u h stair
Ofncers at Supreme AUfe
l
They said the Geneml *ill tefco
f from Pa/I Oil. .iirport .1
(1.00 p.m. GMT) Saturday in. his
,-n ptani
fe. They wild the Blghtj
would ba STTangad so that E&
hower would touch down ai Wash- knifed
ngton's National airport Rund-.v pyong<
rtarnooa
aftern'->n I'P
Reds Slop Up
Offensive
six MIL, May 2l
ccauususl rtiiiei
I u p..undo.I United Nd-
ijona adv.. ? on th"
Westi-rn Front Wcdnesdny with
i (ire of l^2
Some Al 1
con- 7-12tt touncli barrage may hav
been thi < onununlati isaponaa t
"
.
gMn of war. Bt.
Kighth Army Had i
u | preparatli
h their full I iKin.O00-m >
i.rmy ag; ll '.nslin
Allied Infant;
off the ' ill-me t
I .iiiinunjom hy rnnln
ed aanault that killed or wound*

i, v Unite
i '
I ghtlnjg.
North-west of Vonch
patrols in'errepted two Chineai
!
Tories To Vel
C.D.C.Schemes
>., |-.i LONIK)N M
The Ilovruiuiiit Is to vi I
Colonial Development Cot
In future It was an-
:. the Bouts i>' i-"><
th. Earl of Munster
Vii'li-Sei-retary to the rolonl;.|
i m .
n havi- no repetition of
rtroui grounonut an^i
...
.i.i
Bscrsten will rr-
jukre enough information From
the Corporation to Judge If a gim-l
en made out
II. ^ill fxpeel vomeone outsidi
the Corpunitinn to shan '
It m he vmr free intriiii
the colony m rt ."""
i Coutnlal Covernmenl
. I
town 1
" he said.
i oi it tnnual Ri |
to 'any a loaa '

th<

ie off these i
'
Blockade
( loillilllirs
IILKLIN. M:t> M
Annul Soviet gimrds turned
bach in ad. Hnti-h
highway patroui foi tha thud pon-
acatrva day, today na Bi t Om
nan Conununtati etiimied th,-
i ii i u 11
ommttntoaU>

: u .-i..i rastorad Wert
u lagraph i normal
fuliowing Commuri
ol exchimifi-. and iindu ground
eablea.
Tin BrtUah Kmeign bv
Anthony Bden U-gan a buiy sche uie tiuA morning Including a vtai
I., tii" British nllllun) lovet
. dauarfc n la
Ifnusi dcdliatidn ..f an Knglisl
m ot W> n. rlii
to |ha i itj Hall
Smiling Berlinan crtneded to
- L.I. i
the nu ai Baal German I
hrla eontiliiied then nit off m
tin- tinned SU.tci m
bald tarsan n rtramonj hare
M ij.ir Ceini,!! I);m-I Nn
r Itail -if tha Unitad si-n- But
nraand who b
return to th- Unitwi Slates
ii Oenei .1 of the Armv
Mu
tjueen Mother
Pilots Mane
Senate Cats
Truman's \i Programme

, .. ie ,ii". m.iKtu awni'i e-
uttl\ I"
(Tori
The House !;. U jB.lCi2BO0.O0U
the nasmsuu "i-uijl
mtttsuIaWinom'. a r
nui to tm*t a- it
tii-iu ,- i.ii ii '
countrle*
cut cuuniK ovet all rtarns ha ih.
lull. The Houm' ccanaasU
Mash on rnllllar] and "defrnc.-
support" and n-inomh atd tor
Europe giving Truman i h*
naked for other '
The BUI would provide $200.-
"fKi.ooo li-- than the m

" '' North
Atlimti.
minimum. iiuHhk 'he Commti-
B
urogianuiK-. fagenhower
asked ..I. Ul
below jaw"......Boo A m each
. i.in i that fun
tlonn might endanger
i N I
Truntsii N
W. A\enll II
bo .*galosfc,.
Bant said
naa Ueasha I ud ......I amsl
iiiliii glinted.
Tin- Senate passu the I -11 00
, I.. io rn llcuaj off
HIHlltlHHKMl oil ill.- "
\,\ Seiiatm Ruaaell It. Loni:.
i |
. . ao ..
"00 from the nn>gi .mime ling's
nmendment BCtUBU) > S21HI.101,000
jui wa* approved on II *s i*
roll call voU- after the Seriate re-
jeetad threa afforti lo tiim tha
total bv g(MKi(gMw ur S4O0.0M
000,
The Senate J" rut.
unrndmi nt I
K>m to I-.'
aid to anv roantry wl
war material!
behind the Iron Curtain. A simi-
lar amendment
year but was Ij'rr relax d when
the administration ohtecied that 11
would rlip Pmtrd Str.t-
,
l>)SI)ON U
|i v. i disclosed Thurvliiy tl
. Brit rn rw corn-1 '
'iiirduimg p;nt of the lllgt.' iv
i

Hhf sent a mi
ngc to the Sixhuiidred" squau
mi h she is honorary Ai
g sj..'.K "I
>t pilot" il M
;l dam.itc sage added "Wl I U
thought i really, would n
i- in '" ..>' I'.P-
Uniti d Staus l
the "Iron Tnangh' C i i
i Ih of KumvA.i ai
111 bunkers, six machine
d 12 bronchi
3jsfex unuth
ng I
Rhee Imposes Murlial Laar In South Korea
LOM>' "
"tv HAIJ-H WALWfNf;
South Korea
An attempt bj Svngmnn Rl."-
the United Nation* eomluet irf th
war tonight und thijii
the truce talks
i ille.l li, -i thll
Chung. Ai my flew wl'
South Korean Anr
. '
telling hi p**mia thisi . ,
1lP. hers main purpnar i'

Korean Army he is its Con
General Van Fleet,'Commander ma
of the Allied Elgtitf -
. Syngman Riic, seeking to ki^-p into Pusan ye*iterday and saw th* Pai IU
hlmaelf in power in thi- !>- I"resident in hli Hoeely gu..rde-l Parllanumt rontro
which must -onight
before June 22, impoaed martial They met tWce apaln today ni Sd nhe.- (Xl
._ law In Puean the wartime capital. Van Fleet tried to pf
r>rrMrs"b. Wood Then he arrested nine member* of U change hie mind alx>ut moving Martial law
Lee Chsrg Chung. He hain't heeded the rail.
Jhs choics of tJwAe who
hscoqtuM Qualify, and
of ihoM who employ
conomu...
A rare combination realised in
K. W. V.
"THE LABEL WITH THE KEY
Wines, HrttadU's and Liqueurs
K. W. V. PAAKL TAWNY
K. W. V. Coronation Wine
K.W.V. Old Brown Sherry
K. W. V. Amontillado sherry
K. W. V. Old Oloroso Sherry
K.W V Sweet Vermouth.
K. W. V. Dry Vermouth
K. W V. VAN DKR HUM LIQUEUR
K.W.V. Superior "Key" Brandy
The
Pillars
f
Health
and
Happiness


r
PAGE TWO
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
FRIDAY. MAT M. MM
Cahib gcdlincf
pEV H. V. ARMSTRONG
ffV Rector of St Philip. wi..
MBg '''* PMMD0H1 leevttf D3
T-C.A. tor Canada yestenU*
morning. He hag gone up un *
VUli in the interest of hu health
Kl was accompanied by Mrs.
mslrong.
Editor Of U.S. Mat.
I SAVING for Trinidad by
B.W.I.A. on Wednesday night
rm the first leg of hi* journey
Uck to the USA was Mr. L. B.
Reynolds. Editor <>f The Meaoage.
monthly religious mag.i/iru-
Which is published In Nashville.
Twnmte and h is a <
at 100.000 mainly in the I I \
Mr. Reynolds who was in Bar-
bados for the past wn.-.
at the Huntings Hotel, u.
ed the Seventh Convention ol
the Leeward Inlands Mission of
Seventh Day AdventUts
He has just completed a tour
Of the Weal Indie* which M kited
Dn May 3 in Jamaica and toe*
him \<> Puerto Kico. Trinidad and
Barbados. On his ntu
he intends publishing two or
three articles on Jamaica and one
on the Wmi indies as a whole.
While in Jamaica, ha viettad
Kingston. Monlego Bay and
everul smaller centres and spoke
In several of the chui i '
Kingston, he was observing the
economic Ufa and the changes
which seemed to be in the makUU
In Jamaica's bauxite in
prospects of which people are
looking at :s Minnthlng th..:
would change their status.
From Jamaica he went on to
Puerto Rico and visited Sa-
Turce which is a par! .if Bu Ju ID,
Ha spent a week there visiting
with the Spanish folk and spoke
In the Spanish Church. He then
wont on to Trlnidid before com-
ing to Barabdos.
Duct C.I.U.
CARIB understands that the
D.mce Committee and mem-
bers of Club 2 of the Girls' In-
dustrial Union, are making the
necessary preparations to make
their dance on the 31>t May a
success.
The dance will take place at
the Union Rooms. Constitution
RMd.
Peach on a Perch
on
Knarf Found an Empty Shell
And He Thought Someone Should Live in It
Pearls Add To
DAUGHTER of the inn.
Helen Becker feels fres as a
bird as sat cavorts by the
surf st Miami Beach, Fla.
Perhaps tat reason is that she
is using a perch normally used
by the gulls.
( internal ional >
May Settle In W.I.
AKIUVING by tb H.V. Bruno
from England yesterday
morning was Hev. Dorothy Wil-
Atfended S.D.A.
Convention
RMNG t<. Trinidad
H W.I.A.
i nth Day
n were
l. Archbold. President of
the South Caribbean Confafanot
i and Pastor Earl Parch-
'
dOH who were staying
tOT iiil Mrs. O. P. Reid
of Station Hill and Pastor F. S.
Thompson. President of the
Caribbean Union who was stay-
ing at the Hotel Royal.
Pastor J. O. Emmerson, Treas-
urer of the Caribbean Un
had also attended the ('
Is staying over to audit the
mission books. He expects to
leave sometime next week.
On Caribbean Tour
MR AND MRS. RONALD
MUHPHY of Wellington,
.. England are now in
Barbados for a short stay. They
arrived yesterday morning by
T.C.A. from Bermuda after having
travelled OUt from England on the
Own Elisabeth to New York
where they flew by Colonial Air-
lines to Bermuda.
nphy who is touring the
Caribbean on business In the
of his firm, is Managing
of Wreken Brawai < >.
Ltd. Ho left England on May 14
and is due to return home on
Jim. 17
From Barbados Mr. and Mrs.
Murphy will visit Trinidad, British
md Jamaica before re-
turning to New York to take the
M mretanla back to England.
Thll in their first visit to Bar-
d their impressions are
-.< I htvounbla
Mr. and Mrs. Murphy are stay-
. t 'I.. I >, ,< , V:.'.. i t. ." I
Malvern Dance
A COMMITTKr. .,f well-known
** young ladles of the Malvern
For Tennis Gam?s
returned with a possibility
Bottling in these parts.
A Since leaving this area she ha.-.
MONO the poaaangarg le.ivinn done a great deal of travalliiiK
by B.W.I.A. on Wednesda
night for Trinidad was Mi
son. formerly Associate anntatai Netbail Club has been appointed
of the City Tempi.-. London and t<. make the preparations for their
Minister of Muswell Hill Con- ClulA Danca lo-night it Queen'j
gregaUjnal Church. Piirk. Every effort Is being made
nrV'i 7. i 7B0 W3i '" ,h ,u ,n*kc ,ne entertainment a suc-
wesi indies last year has now CCM(
Taylor.
ngh Tennis tear
a tournament with Ti
af th- S.van- Iralli
Una nieb
Malaya,
India
Labour Commissioner,
Trinidad
lytH SOLOMON HOCHOY,
Winding Up Tour
MR. HARM POST m i .m.i.- V
tlve for the Caribbean
area and South Amcric
| |a During the war. Rev. Wilson
mqinllitv. did I lot of broadcasting over tin
It H.C.. and was hoping t.> lecture
and broadcast in Australia last
but an accident on the
r way t
(rated her pi
Ijilxnir Commissioner of
returned home yester-
day by B.W.I.A. after spending
about six days here staying at
thi Ha tinga Hotel.
While in Barbados Mr. Hochoy
nip c|,.i|vered a series of lecture* to
lhat country frus- ,n,. Tl ,.. ,,.....uidents at th
.P. h*.*?d._t0 V.M.C.A. covering the function;
area anrt JM-uth America ol ,.,,,. .vori mr,nih. i hnMt.u :^:'\ ""'""k w ninciion,
ftvynxeel Surinam Plywood and m swh (\ md Kmdon h0*P*U" ' '-bour department and the
Sunnam arrived h>
yesterday morning from Trinl- tne"
dad on a routine visit
staying at the Ocean vVw Hotel
He Is now winding up his tour
of the area having already visited
Aruba. Curacao. Jamaica. Ven-
eeuela, Caracas and Trinidad. He
expects to return home tomorrow
via Trinidad.
On Holiday
SPENDING a weed's hohdav
here are Mr/ Ronald Reed of
the Reservations Department of
T.C-A's office In Toronto and Mrs.
Reed who arrived yesterday
morning from Con.da by T.CA.
They are staying at Cscrabank
Hotel
.ere In the 1930\ she gJonar^Tubour
wn In Baro.idos and preached at
James Street Meth.-I
Ciurch at the tum' arhao Rat
T E. Newton was Superlnton-
dent Minister.
Back From Canada
V*H. AND MRS J. A. II. KINCH
1*1 returned yesteniny morninc
by T.C.A. from Canada when
they had been for the pas* four
\\< el.
En-route To U.S.A.
MISS HAZEL BOYCE. St.
typist of the Caribbean
Union, Prrrt of ffpam. returned to
Trinidad yesterday evening by
H.W I A on bat way to the U.S.A.
'here she will stay for an in-
pertod.
Boyea came over to Burba-
- .nonih ago and was stay lug
MT Kmch who |g in charge of | Codrlngton Hill, St. Michael,
.'*'. J -H^a.I,,^|;"IM'"1 * T-CA: Wttb Mrs. Elsa Spencer. Head
visited T.C.A' offices in Montreal Teacher of St, Silas' Girls' SI
and Toronto to familiarise him- James.
"''i,*''"> operations. Ai tsta airport to see her off
His wife and he also made and wish her bon voyage w
tup to New York while in Mr. Noel Scales and many of her
Matlvag and friends.

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Envoy MestQ in U.S. | "* THE WA\-----By Beachcomber
I THINK Brighton
some difnculty h
l.l-II.C
iill have of Uiai t-ornmodlti/. Th.t ipectacl
getting a of great mustc and poetry and
Country where neith- draia hem,; droyoed at the heel*
itball pools nor the Stock f Ihis apparrfifio miraculous
Exchange- count as gambling the panacea is one from which ner
mere mention uf roulette, baccarnt ..infne Ugteit** will (hHnk f
or chemin de fer suggests Con- eonstemalion. The t'erj/ nam
tinentsl debauchery on an cnor- .S'nlbbo is more tugpestiee of thi-
miiiis scale. brash and praceh-sii tu'entleft<
Anyhow, is not life on the pier ceniuru than of I he oreat aact
flashing enough. w.ith Six Pictures of Art and Literature You miyhf
of a Parisian Lady in her Bou- an u-rll obseare dolr? If Brighton Is to In come the Nic. or Montr-Carlo of Sussex with a jxatcr adrcrliring
the" helk-stall men will have to rouohfnp .nijfi.re.-
give away a coloured balloon with Yours tndlonantlv,
i van jellied eel, and there will be n /.-
Saiv ".tIn,p aullK ,ilUTin" tnc '(Memo from Chairman' f<
Battle of Flowers in West-street. i|,,rrf , Snibho: What abou
. . "Allow me to stake for you, u*\
little lady "Thanks a lot. VIs-
ith
it, pray replenish my glawi
some of that fruity port
Thi' inli'llifiviicv i/iinlii-nt
fir MAX TREIX
KNARK found an empty snail
shell. He poked his head inside and
called loudly several limei-"l
anyone home, is anyone home?**
But no one answered. So ha was
quite sure that the snail who had
lived in the shell had gone jy
Though why he had gone awaj
Knarf rouldn't imagine.
"Maybe.'' Knsif .aid to hirn.elf,
"he grsw too big for this shell, and
moved into a bigger one." Bui
Knarf couldn't bs sure about It be-
cause no one was there to say.
Then Knarf decided that he ought
to do something with the empty
shell. "It's not broken al all. There'*
nothing wrong with it. I wonder."
he thought, "if I ran find somebody
b* who wants to live In it."
Just then Knarf's si
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