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GOMES CHAIRMAN OF:



- Actieson |

‘Cold War’ As N.A.
Pact Talks Open

UN

reviewed, “cold war”

he presided at the opening of the four-day Atlantic Pact :
talks here this morning, usually

to-night.

John Goddard
Buys a Horse |

In a letter to our racing
correspondent “Bookie”, Mr.
John Goddard, skipper of
the W.I. cricket team, tells
that he has purchased “Head
Worker,” winner of the
Brighton Cup in 1946 and
1947.

John, writing from the |)
Star Hotel in Worcester says ||
that he has bought “Head |)
Worker,” a brown horse by |
“Rhodes Scholar” out of the
Felstead mare “Berette”
mainly as a breeding pro-
position, but as the horse is
still in training he may give
him a race in Trinidad at
Christmas. However, he will
definitely be sending him to
stud next season,

John Goddard also dis-
closes that he had a thrill
seeing the finish of the Two |
Thousand Guineas, and an-
other race while waiting on
the photo finish to get the
decision. He had a couple of
pounds on the winner him-
self. He also saw champion
sprinter “Abernant” in ac-
tion at Newmarket.

Among “Head Worker's”
nine wins, besides the
Brighton Cup over 1 mile 4
furlongs, are the July Hand-
icap at Brighton and the
July Handicap at Folkstone
twice.

STOP OIL
NEAR

— ie Warn



te







MOSCOW RADIO reported tonight that Russia had

warned Persia that reported

of Northern Persia bordering the Soviet Union
compatible with good neighbourly relations” laid down in

the 1921 Treaty between the



ON RECORD

TED STATES Secretary of Siaie

| virtually
jing attended by Foreign Ministers

| motion.

BORDER

Harchadas

___

intact qitiettinrceesaenyiaiia sian petereeanetasslimiesinsamiigs aie

/

|

reliable sources said !

Reviews

LONDON, May 15.
Dean Acheson
developments in detail when

The American State Secretary

monopolised the meet-

of the i2 Atlantic Treaty States.

A genera! debate centred on Mr.
| Acheson's policy speech was un-
derstood to begin at another
closed door session.

As the crucial talks opened
in the large concert room of
Lancaster House police broke
up a demonstration of students
carrying peace slogans.

_“We are not Communists”, one
girl demonstrator said, as police
dispersed them without any com-
Sation yesterday.
Mr. Acheson's opening review helmet.
followed the pattern set by his
already known plans for a con-
certed effort to stop the East’s
hard-hitting policy by _ total
diplomacy, the usually reliable
sources said to-night. It con-
tained no sensational new points.

Of ‘Labour
Party Planned

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)
LONDON, May lo.
West Indian political leaders
presently fm London for sugar dis-
cussions are expected to meet at
the House of Commons later this
week to talk over the formation,
of a West Indies Committee of the
Parliamentary Labour Party
Invitations are to be exten ‘le
to representatives of all colonies
including Mr. Ayub Eden from

Countries represented in the
Atlantic Council are Belgium,
Canada, Denmark, France,
Britain, Iceland, Italy, Luxem-
bourg, The Netherlands, Nor-

way, Portugal, and the United
States.

Defence chiefs present
the Foreign Ministers included
Admiral Richard L. Connally,
American Chief of Naval Forces
in European waters Sir Harold
Parker, permanent head of the
British Ministry of Defence and
Air Marshal Sir William Elliott








with



WI Committee!



British Guiana.
Prime movers in the formation
of the Committee are Grenada-
born Dr. Hyacinth Morgan, M.P.,
and Mr. M, G. Sinanan, lawyer-
{politician from Trinidad, who
has been trying unsucces:fully t
contact the island's Labour leader
Uriah Butler here in London.
Prey both feel that West Indies
federation can best be furthered
by direct help and guidance from
London, and are hopeful that at
the House of Commons meeting,
plans can be drawn for the first
big all-colony meeting to discuss
the practical workout of Federa-
tion proposals.
Already Mr. V. C.
Bradshaw, Leewards











British expert on Atlantic Pact
matters. —Reuter

SURVEYS

Russia
LONDON, May 15.

plans for oil surveys in area
“are in-

two countries.
The Soviet Embassy in Teheran

Pire and Mr
Islancis re



| presented a note fo the Persian |presentatives, have been eontarte
‘Government protesting against] with regard to this meeting, an
contracts concluded by the Iranian | poth have expressed approval o:
Oil Company with foreign oil the idea. .

PORTKNOCKIE, Banffshire,
Scotland,

A woman _ househoider
here complained to the town
council about a crowing cock
that woke her at 5 a.m. The
council decided to make a
recording to see if her com-
plaint was justified.

Ruth Has
A Daughter

SEROWE, May 15.
Ruth Khama, the tormer Lo.-
don typist wife of Seretse Khama



today gave birth to a daugh.er
after being rushed w the tocal
hospital here.

Her husband, Chief Designate}

of the Bumangwaito
permission to travel
in neignbour..1s Lobatsi
had time to arrive.
Both mother and child are re-}
ported weil. The baby was to be}
named Jacqueline. '

tribe given
irom
nad

vexkhe

nor



Beth Ruth and Seretse are
be banished from Bechuanaland
soon after the birth of their baby

to



The British * s
29-year-old. Seretse from the
Bamangwato tribal territory for
five years after a judical commis-
sion had examined his fitness to be
chief.. His marriage to a white
wife had been opposed in the tribe
by the regent, his uncle Thsekedi.

author bannes





CAPTAIN PARRIS g
complete with kit-boxes



| sian



companies for topographical and 7
geological surveys in these regions.

Quoting Persian Press reports

Tic
present

wil

Committee
entirely of

consist a
“overnmen’

a oa er a nas
the Soviet Note said that the Iran- |Party MI at en ey ad ne
ian Oil Company had bought have already indicate their ia-

| : < Nae ron
squipment for prospecting in the|terest to D: Morgan at
area. Contracts were also being —Reuter

signed with American experts to

carry out the work.
Alter. referring to the 1921 Ask Truman
Treaty, the note said ; ‘The Soviet

Government expects that the Per-
Government will take the

steps to remove the
the abnormal situation.” !

Dismiss Acheson

ATLANTIC CITY,
New Jersey,

necessary
cause of



2

1





The note accused the Persian! May 15
ie > accus i sig ae = By: 5
Government of taking measures | _ Senator Joseph MeCarthy (Re
“of military significance” in the| Publican, Wisconsin), —_ to-day
areas on the Soviet-Persian fron-| asked President Truman to dis-
tierg and added: “What is more, miss Secretary of State Dean
for the carrying out of these | Acheson, whom the Senator ac-
measures, foreigners are being!cused of betraying the United
brought in, and in particular,| States in Asia.
American experts.” The Senator who has charged
The note quoted Press reports | that Communists have infiltrated

of the organisation of the “Iranian a he
Oil Company,” Par et prospecting | the State Department, made his

and extraction of oil throughout | demand in a speech at this East
Persia, with the exception of areas | Coast resort —Reuter.
in the Anglo-Iranian Company's j

concession. ' More Money Voted



It said the company was con-
cluding contracts with foreign en-



terprises for aerial photographs as WASHINGTON, May 15
well as other surveys, “First and A senate House of Representa-
foremost” in the zone including | sives’ Costavancd 4o-dne’ saver
the north part of Khorosan, Gur- on $3,122,450,000 Foreign : Ai
gan, Mazanderan, a6 Gilyan tilbeeiain 50, gn if
rdering the Soviet Union. ’ - : . a
oo ee et Embassy have al- _ John Kee, Democrat, West
ready informed the Persian Gov- | V/rginia) Chairman of the House
ernment that in its opinion “ all | of Foreign Affairs’ Committee.
these works should be carried out! said he would bring the compro-

mise before the House for a vote
on Wednesday. —(Reuter)

by Persia
—Reuter.

not by foreigners, but

itself.”

nstructions after they have been



TWENTY-EIGHT recruits being fitted cut
Captain Frank Parris,

Wi.
Police







Kits from the Quartermaster stores at the Central

Supt. is helping one of the youngsters fit

28 Selected

For Police Foree

TWENTY-EIGHT
career yesterday morning.

RECRUITS started their Police

applicants and took their entrance examinations success.

fully, and have ‘been selected for appointment as members

of the Force.



Goodwill

In an interview with the
vocate” yesterday,

Michelin,

|

They were selected out of 600

“Ad-
Colonel
Commissioner of Police,



Price:

FIVE CENTS

Year



Condon

|

| §S. American

Dictatorships

HAVANA, May 15,

A motion submitted to the Inter-
American Association for Dem-
ocracy and Freedom by Argentine
Ernesto Sanmartino, asking the
sembly to send cables to dictators
condemning their governments in
Argentina, Peru, Venezuela, Col-
ombia, Nicaragua and Santo
Domingo was referred after dis-
cussion to the executive commit-
tee.

Sanmartino hotly defended his
proposal and as result there was
almost an incident between him
and Senator Juan Guichon of
Uruguay.

» The assembly elected an execu-
tive committee headed by Miss
Frances Grant of the United
States as president with the fol-
lowing members: Seratino Romul-
ji and Arnest Schwartz, North
American labour leaders, Milio
Frugoni of Uruguay, Cuban Min-
ister of Education Aureliano San-



as

chez Arango, Roger Baldwin,
North American, Andres Eloy
Blanco of Venezuela, German

Arciniegas of Colombia and And-
raul Haya de la Torre, a Peruvian
exiled in the Colombian legation
at Peru.

During the debate on Sanmar-
tino’s motion, Sanmartino — said:
“T can say that the dictatorship in
my country is of steel, but we are
going to overthrow it.”’—Reuter.



America Has
Left-Wing

Government

said; “A number of these recruits
e e have their Schoo] Certificates.” Ae OXFORD, May 15.
Mission He said that they are now be-| War Minister John Strachey to-
ing quartered at the District ‘A’| Hight said that the present United

States Administration was “one of

Ot, , sy ay : a oi
Mr.Fred Goddard, M.C.P., and ons oe wa will ane the four left-wing governments’ of
the Manager of the Marine} yo, will seoniva. ioimbarianatte the world today.”
Hotel, Mr. Jean Iversen, left} poiieo Duties, Law, Court Pitnhes He told American students here
yesterday by B.W.L.A fO8 Tre. Investig cata: tae ss that “outside Britain and Scandi-
Venezuela on a Goodwill Mission, ‘Aid and drill, and+at heal re navia, the United States adminis-
to encourage more Venezuelans} ¢, h'Sinonth ‘hep Will ee Ms tration a 1s probably more to
to spend their Summer holidays take. examinati i mt rs the lett if genera)economig: polioy
in Barbados. Their main idea] pe ae and point of ew, oan oo of sae
is to offer Venezuelans a round At the end of six months the or Lhe time the British
trip tour whereby they pay for pwecttiits who prove satisfactory in} Labour movement realised this.”
their entire visit before they] every respect will be passed out The tradition of the left-wing of
leave Venezuela, as trained Police Constables and] the British Labour movement, that
They were both optimistic] those who do not prove them-| America was the centre of world
about their visit and they expect] selves suitable will return to] reaction, was profoundly out of
to return on Saturday May 20. civilian life. date.
—_ — (Reuter)











~

--To get Venezuelan Dollars.











Russia Walks
Out—For
25th Time

MONTEVIDEO,
The Soviet member
of the fourth
United Nati as
on treedom of
the Press when
Montevideo to-day.
He left in protest against
presence of a Chinese
delegate, Mr. P. H
The chief Russian
Zonov, was not at
He had admitted
he Soviet !egation
was the 25th United
rom the
have alked out
because Chine Nationalists
were present instea®™ of represen-
the Pc kin Gover:

May 15

walked out
meeting of the
sub-Commission
information and
it opened in

the
Nationalist
Chang
delegate M
the meeeting.
deputy from
here This
Nations body
Soviet delegates
ince January

which





ives of
ment

~Reuter

Dockers Refuse
To Load War
Material

DUNKIRK, May 15
Dunkirk Harbour was paralysed
to-day when the authorities closed
the Labour Exchange after dock-
ers refused to load military equip-
ment on the “Monkay” due to sail
for Indo China,









Dee p Water The trouble started on Saturday
okie Must Stay when dockers who had undertaken
to load the freighter, decided later
es For not to load three locomotives and
In Germany military material.
| The local authorities then
_ Jamaica WASHINGTON, Mav 15 decided to hire dockers direct, bu
West German Chancellor Dr ao appe : pales. ard they thor
-ireados Advocate Correspondent) conre “ declared in an|4&cided that hiring would oc
; _ KINGSTON, Jamaica. aleve aubliah. . ogre to-day | discontinued altogether, until th
Machinery is at present arriv-| that Western allied trocps shoul, | ¢ockers charged their attitude
ing in the island for the construc-| remain in Germany “until th |, Meanwhile the “Monkay” wa:
tion of two deep-water piers, that | worst had passed.” j being loaded by foremen under
16 Ochio Rios and the other army protection —Reuter.
plant by the Kaiser Corporation He said he did not think wa:
ior Little Pedro, in St. Elizabeth,| would break out becaes ot
'as well as for the construction of | present developments in Berlin-| E
}other installations, including a He hg orl spr rinues by _e Expectant Mother
| processing factory in Manchester. | United States News and orld
} i \ lary work wi : Report, ani independent weekly A bo d g e ae
ie pelimir ary work will occupy net magazine, was given before ar Missing Ship
Reynolds Jamaica Mines, Lim- | ee rune: seneiene Reiseetent PORT OF SPAIN, May 15,
~ed, is financed by the Reynolds | ™mecehng } . ; —Reuter.| Aother Intercolonial schooner
Metals Company of the United | |—United Brothers (40 tons) has
Sta on a loan from the U.S. | ; becn reported missing 26 days
Economi Corporation Adminis- | after leaving Trinidad with ten
eae | SPORTS persons—the captain, an eight-
} man crew and one paseenger
= E s Carrying a cargo of 250 drums of
4 Urge Expulsion WINDOW eee is et
CAIRO, Mav 15 Trinidad on April 18 for Union!
supported by ~ Saudi Everton meets Y.M.P.C. in their Island off Antigua. The lone
J he Lebanon and Syria Second Division return match at passenger, Mrs. Mulzac, wife of
tunight demanded Jordans ex- ne ware this evening. On the a printer was returning home t
| from the Arab League have her first baby. The husband |
Iraq mer ked for time irantic through the lack of news
c the spective Gov i pending all hi pare time at}
jernments when the matter came the hipping agents awaiting in-
bef the Political Committee of formation. The agent have not
tt b League meeting here. received any new Monday
Reuter Oan. Press











“SUGAR DELEGATION

| Will See Griffiths
On Wednesday

(From Our Own Correspondent)

LONDON, May 15

MR. ALBERT GOMES of Trinidad is Chairman

of the West Indies Sugar delegation at present

in London for discussions with His Majesty’s
Government.

He was elected at a private meeting of dele-

gates at the West India Committee this morning.

a

, The only. representative ~ not

. present was Mr, C, A. Beaubrun

Cold Attacks (Windwards) who has not yet
arrived here,

Marshall After the meeting Mr. Gomes

told me there was complete

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent) agreement among the delegation.

LONDON, May 15. He revealed also that His Ma-

Roy Marshall continues to jesty's Government had sug-

be dogged by bad luck, He gested a meeting for to-morrow

bday we ts morning but it had been turned

Oe. Nee Sees te) Papcee down by the West Indian Dele-

the match against Surrey to-



day, and returned to his gation because they wanted more
hotel with a bad cold. Tres- time to talk over their plan of
trail fielded as substitute in action.
his place, It is expected however that
Mr. J. M. Kidney also fell the delegation will havea pri-
a victim to the change in vate interview with Mr. James
eee ever oe Were te Griffiths, the Colonial Secretary
and he was absent from the > sday
Oval today with a slight at- “A weneneainy arvemoon :
tack: of tiftoense This will probably be their
Tonight the sanyh with the only opportunity to talk to him
exception of Marshall, who oe he nag May 20 for a
retired to bed, were enter- visit to Malaya,

No other Ministers
ed to be present at the meeting,

To-morrow morning, delegates
will have the second private meet-
ing of the West India Committee
at which they will set out the syn-
thesis of their views.

After the meeting they
be entertained to lunch
Majesty’s Government

tained to dinner by the Sur-
rey Cricket Club

are expect-

Labour Nets
85 Seats i

are
by
at

LONDON, May 15. Savoy Hotel.
Labour to-day claimed an Mr. James Griffiths is expect-
over-all net gain of 85 seats infed to be in the Chair



last week's nationwide local Gov- —=

ernment contest results which “4 rae

are nearly complete Shoots I hree And
Conservatives claimed tha, in

the contests in 378 larger town

; Kills Self

they had 317 gains including

po gain of 97 seats from Social- MANITOBA. May 15.
F Leonard Spence, aged 30, shot
Most of the Labour victories ; i. es ’

“ se oe dead his wife, her sister and
eee “=e eee ne — father, seriously wounded _ his
listricts a Ww role oe € o mother-in-law and then,olilled
tions — showee no speetaculary himself on @ farm near here last
‘hange in the position of Social- night, .
ists and Conservatives.



Spence was fom, wth is chin
resting on the” Write;

police said.—Reuter.

THREE DIE IN

The Communists with a pecord
1umber of candidates in the fieid
sained no seats and lost seven.

In the polls which in the final







results may prove to be among
the lightest on record power RAIL CRASH 3
changed hands in a_ relatively ST. ROSE DU LAC, :
small number of contests, Labour ty MADRID, May 15
claimed that it secured control of Three people were killed, sev-
15 authorities and lost control of | eral injured—three seriously— and
seven 48 treated for minor injuries when
ix carriage of a train over-
turned on a broken rail at Valde-
“BAN THE moro near here today Reuter,
7, 9
ATOM BOMB FOOD POISONING
BERLIN, May 15. IN HOSPITAL io
All members of the bast German wl LONDON, May 9»
Cabinet to-day signed a “ban tha The coroner to day peers S
atom bomb’ resolution for which | {vestigation into the deaths y
several millions of signatures food poisoning of four patients a

St. Luke’s Hospital, Chelsea

A hospital official said that all
the deaths appeared to be the
result of a meal,—Renter-

already been collected in a

~ inspired anti-atom

in the Soviet Zones
—KReuter

huve
Communist
bomb drive



Good Wines
are like good

saRUESie.

K.W.V.

Sparkling Franschbock
White,

Try

pee -

AND
Sparkling Roogcherg
Red





PAGE TWO









BARBADOS ADVOCATE





TUESDAY,



MAY 16, 1950



e e "PARIS, where the mid-season fashion shows give a pre-view of Pills—39
les for summer—and “‘devil-may-care’’ adds up to smartness. 3 ills—
seamen Rupert and the Dragon
aa oe ‘ ea
RIGADIER Mrs. A. S. ’ ‘
sean secand from THE SPINNER R. Ga eae Serre %

Trinidad yesterday morning by
B.W.1.A. on a short visit and will
be guests at the Marine Hotel.

During his stay, Brigadier Mav-
rogordato hopes to have discus-
sions with the Governor, Colonial
Secretary and other officials as
well as to se@ how the new run-
way is progressing.




~

HUGHES left yesterday by
the “Cottica” en route to England,
but will first visit Trinidad and
Dutch and British Guiana. The
ship also calls at Madeira. Mr.
Hughes is one of the Attorneys of
Messrs William Fogarty Limited,
ond is on leave. They hope to be
away for three or four months,



Be Pp tut )



He is Managing Director of “ :
Messrs J. N. Harriman and Com- Returned to B.G. Rupert's departure 1s sé sudden it is goifig to turn over and come
pany Oh R. AND MRS. LUI PSAILA that he loses sight of the starting down, All at once chase. ie =
n Honeymoon who spent their honeymoon lace at once. For some moments and the great container, wit!
R. AND MRS eaten SAM- SONNY in Barbados at the Crane Hotel is quite dated, but afrer a time in it, drops off. od fy he :
AROO artived from San RAMADHIN [eft by the “Alcoa Pilgrim” on he opens his eyes and finds the land wiih an _ ng hi
F di terday t cl thei Saturda for British Guiana, rocket © streaking through great gasps. But, unknown P =.
ernando yes ay to spen ir where they live. layers of cloud. Gradually it changes something is happening above
oe Mining” alll Boi Time Off! its direction, and roars along as if head.
staying at Indramer 1 $

Worthing. The¥ will be here for
two weeks.

Returned to Caracas
ISS LIANA CAVALIEROS,
‘ the attractive Secretary of

West Indian RAMADHIN has
already shown his ada to
Beas seal
Londom Bapress Seretes.

The Only East Indian

AKING time off from tennis
on Saturday night were Mr.
and Mrs. “Fuchi”’ Nothnagel, Mr
T. Schjolseth, Mr. Arnaud de Ver-
teuil and Mr. Peter Waddell, who
were seen enjoying themselves at



tight-fitting,







GLOBE

“El Conde” Hotel in Caracas, re- ,, . Club Morgan. TO-DAY 5 & 8.30 P.M.

turned to Venezuela by B.W.LA. ONNY” RAMADHIN, of San First Intercolonial Tour ;
over the week-end. She was here Fernando, the only East OMMANDER Charles Hay- JAMES BARBARA AVA VAN
for two weeks staying at the Indian in the West Indies cricket ward who is oh a business

Paradise Beach Club. team, has been pfesented with a s MASON STANWYCK GARDNER HEFLIN

Engaged
HE ENGAGEMENT was af-
nounced on Saturday between
Mr. Ray da Silva, son of Mr. and
Mrs. L. M. da Silva of George-

nice round sum of money by In-
dians in England who wish him
well. His colleagues in Trinidad
had already sent him over there
with a new hide cricket bag.
“Sonny,” ineidentally, has so far

visit through some of the Carib-
bean Islands toki Carib during
his short stay here that he hoped
to return to*Trinidad in time for
the first Intercolonial Basket Ball
tournament between Trinidad and
Barbados which commences in

Now The Pocket

Begins -

To Tell °

town, B.G., and Miss Dorothy acquitted himself “well on the Trinidad duri the fi : : : , ‘ RSE,
Eckstein, daughter of Mr. and English wickets. Fear He Seats rey > (By POPPY RICHARD) Women u’ . on : ee APE. ‘Sean nes ari ee the
Mrs. Georgie Eckstein, of ‘Casa- Dineetor of Advertising ‘day's play of the Savannah— PARIS, {touches will have to achieve | truder because it is not like the

blanea, Maxwell Coast.

Mr. da SiJva, who is on the staff
of the Royal Bank of Canada has
been in Barbados since July 1949.
He has now been transferred to
their Kingston Branch and he left

island as she would have liked,
yet she was impressed by what
she had seen, She hopes to return
again for a further. stay.
On Holiday
A the recent easton
from Trinidad by B.W.LA.
for a holiday are Mrs, N. Massiah
of San Fernando who is up for a
month and Mrs. o D’Andrade of
Khan’s Studio, Port-of-Spain, who

R. AND MRS. D. C. BYTH-
ELL arrived on Saturday
from Montreal by T.C.A. They
have already visited Jamaica and
Nassau and will leave here on

DIN and their daughter,
Louise left Barbados Faas ney by
B.W.LA., for Trinidad. Mr, Blon-
din, better known as “Blondini,”
the Magician, told me that he will
not be returning to Barbados but
is touring the W.I. with the
French pianist, Gabriel Raclet.

hey also plan to visit British
uiana, Curacao and Panama.
When they finish their tour,
‘Blondini’ says he will then decide

Tranquility. tennis tournament.

Commander Hayward, who is
President of the T.A.F.A., as well
as the Trinidad Amateur Boxing
Association, is a close follower of
sport in the Caribbean.





aa ae 8,
magrand ogous we Dale. (3)

a

. Easier the purchase when un-
ground ? (3)



Down

1. Wpep you're in this you are not:
tar away. (8

Â¥ Fancy. in age I'm different. (7)

le the asp it means am! 0.

+

i

DRESSMAKERS’ mid-season
collections are giving up to sum-
mer designs—and al] have used
linen lavishly.

It is as smart as chiffon, which
makes the only really feminine



Hastings, Also here on holiday
with her family is Mrs. Colin
Alleyne, Ralph's sister, the former
Miss Patricia Eckstein. She is
staying with her husband’s
parents, Dr. and Mrs. F. Alleyne
at Bush Hall.

Well Send It Back!
RRIVING yesterday from
British Guisya via Trinidad

their effects almost surreptitious-
ly, to preeern‘e the up-and-down
line.

Chiffon handkerchiefs may be
fluttered in the hand or slipped
casually under a belt to cascade





Lois Achurch who is on her first
visit to Barbados, about which she
has heard so much. She is in the
Montreal Office of T.C.A. and she
will be here for two weeks staying
at the Ocean View Hotel. Miss
Achurch has been with T.C.A. for
two years,

Off. to The U.S.A

Striped knee-length pants (left), slit at the sides and
are Schiaparelli*s idea for the beach
Umbrelia sunshine hat in candy pink nylon Bove:
ean be rolled into a ball (Dior),

Out-Of-Place

In each of the following sets of

words, one is out-of-place, that

is, there is some obvious particu-

Jar quality it doesn’t share with

the other three. For example, in

others, a quadruped. Ags a test of

your I. Q, spot the intruders in

these:

1. Eagle, ostrich, wren, sparrow.

2. London, Paris, New York City,
Moscow,




night
WEDNESDAY, MAY

17TH

@
THE MIGHTY TIGER,

fast Side,

West Side

GANETY (The Garden) ST. JAMES

Last Show TONITE 8.30 —
ERROL FLYNN in

WARNER’S THRILLER !
“SEA HAWK”














for Jamaica on Sunday by B.W.1L.A, Thursday to visit Trinidad and : : 2 > sncereall - : :
or Ja ca oO! ; y by Bermuda. Mr. Bythell is Directcr Team Now Complete models, standing out dramatically a eee cage slim 3. Violin, trumpet, oboe, flute. WaunSeP AY and FHURSDAY (Only) 8.30 P.M.
Taking Pictures of Advertising, T.C.A., in Montreal 1 oe, eae 4. Salmon, mackstel, help, od. Wainer MrT DOES
18S ELIZABETH HIBBS was and they are staying at the Ocean ISS MILDRED CAMBRIDGE, er masculine cevil-may-care fight Wetatn fee ca vedinn vorear Bi iti Mexico, Rrriseariend, “IT ALL CAME TRUE” & “HIDDEN HAND”
on shore yesterday off the View Hotel. i the last member of the Tran- The pencil-slim -silhouette is Temaing uncertain, but more and. -oygndaz ¥ you sf uopomg “¢ -ysy e@ 20U! #1 Humphrey Bogart and Ann Sheridan — with Willie BEST
“Fort Townshend” takjng pictures Also from Montreal and with quility team to arrive here, came tained for summer. drawn in ™ore interest is shown in long UM “% uauNAsU; pum w you st UIT
of the island. She was taken T.C.A,, is Mr. Jack Robinson who jn on Sunday by B.W.1.A. from] PMnec for summer, Crawn in odels. The theatrical crinolines, 72!4 (8, Av? Wwirdes w you st 4x04 MON
around by Miss Joan yee of the arrived on Saturday, He will spend Trinidad and is staying with the just a shade tighter—or this is han tik tie aaetie’ Uave been | sp youueD YyoLNsO auZ “T : woNNtog
Barbados Publicity Committee. his two weeks here at Cacrabank. fest of the team at the Ocean|the effect a top-heavy bodice ralitcad to. ‘bulk i
She is taking pictures, for Furness Intrigued View Hotel. on to cee ~— OEE raion adi: ogarsa vhe this
. t hi as well as for rs ‘ is also a bit shorter), 7 ee .
ver Oba organisation, which sells - All the interest is concentra- Smartest evening fabrics and } AQUATIC CLUB INEMA (Members Only)
pictures to various magazines, MR. DA COSTA, an intran- CROSSWORD | ted on bodices cut with a scooped- tle has an important say. TONIGHT TO THURSDAY NIGHT AT 8.30
travel agencies, steamship com- sit passenger on the “Cottica” out neckline, finished with Boutique clothes and acces~ MATINEE : TOMORROW AT 5.00 P.M.
panies, ae: ry yesterday was most intrigued to P enormous tailored revers, seem- ‘O'S are as important as ever. RAY MILLAND : ANN TODD : GERALDINE FITZGERALD
The U.S.A find that there was a store in ing to broaden shoulders which Seeeped fabrics are used for play in “SO EVIL MY LOVE”
Back To e U.0.A. Bridgetown bearing his name, Ho | actually slope again, But the clothes Spindle OF pinate pants with LEO G. CARROLL : RAYMOND HUNTLEY
took a picture of the building smartest frocks are sleeve-less “% Worn with striped tuck-in MARTITA HUNT
> i = ahd ae from the sidewalk of the Advocate RM | and unpadded, jersey or jerkins, or vice versa. A Paramount Picture
of Brooklyn, U®.4, Stationery. — ; ;
home on Friday evenin, Beret ts Top Fath tucks striped jersey tops
wr A via Trinida Sunny Weather Please Enormous hats—large coarse into linen trunks, covering them
after spending a holiday here. straw beekeeper styles or tree with a half-length box jacket,
gad — waying with Mts. APTAIN R. J. WHITE, who is mendous machine-stitched fabric lined, with a spectacular contrast. A GREAT CALYPSO
V. Ramsay of Hindsbury Road. a B.W.LA. pilot, has been cartwheels—increase the mush- Linings are important... batita SHOW
Mrs. Moore is a sister of Mrs. flying sar oo re _ ne room impression, because it generally means that a AT Last 2 Shows To-Day 5 & 8.30p.m.
re Viel i 1 d idad by BWLA, accompanied by These outsize capelines are a ant Dadtiiae poiee ‘ciel ea Bob HOPE in oe THE PALEFACE o
a VARDUN, METBOUSE Senay cae crac or Cie te, tas ae ee “nee wan tee French dressmakers still love ( L U B — AND —
ENA , ¥ § * § r to cut a das ey are
Ms) Roseau,, Dominica, who fence Hotel. This is his third Across ultra-simple cut, but the really slowly begianing to wie ote * SPEED TO SPARE ° = with Richard arien
was holidaying here for the holiday in Barbados, and he ‘x » egg) Ogwn, Rent ciwiy eninge | chic all-purpose hat remains the client's pocket + ee ee
past two weeks as a guest looking forward % eee of Kentucky's adenbours, beret. , : Es WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, 5.00 &° 8.30 P.M.
of Mrs. Robert Yearwood of My sunny weather. Yesterday’s rain ‘ Shahan the teaee 1S. Dorothy LAMOUR in :
's Hi te to return Was not very encouraging. ie cr —- wi
ae? aa ae m by the C sai v ‘ i oe es , For Short Visit “MANHANDLED” with Dan DURYEA.
Tt rca ata RE a (Miter 2 Yen Win TA Og
She told Carib tha’ was 2. Knox ne. . arbados for a short holiday - /
first euaii 1o Baroudee and although R. AND MRS. PIERRE BLON- 26. , and is staying with his uncle My, RRIVING by T.C.A. on Satur- oO morrow
she had not seen as much of the . Reggie Eckstein at ‘Maple Manor day from Montreal was Miss































0. ‘The: (3) by B.W.1LA., was Mr. J. J. Rod- 7
will Rede etaying at “Accra,” Nhether he. will be returning to « Harp, pay,pe te gasepiazune’ |rigues. He is here for three weeks ISS MARJORIE HAYNES, ae rr
Rockey Canada or going over to Eyrope. . Name @iven to s luxuty ooach cao ezine ae Mr. od Mss who left Barbados on Sunday 1 5 y
Sm . is » ‘ abrol of ‘Fleris ila” morning by B.W.LA, is on her! and é yi
a iret Time Were Married Here ui haven‘t. you y eee ae eee oe —o. a a way to New York where she will SMALL ISLAND 4
No . 11. To strike tt by oo tmeans|!D'Aguiar Brothers in B.G. His continue her career as a nurse, SMALL ISLA PRIDE . a
ESTERDAY Pan gg Pideire vata eo Vocals is eee (el ag Aewtinn,' 10 only ecomment on the rainy She has been practising nursing i . ; i
=. vonenud ee to "the esterday by B.W.LA. Mr. Mum- 1 To tow with it lessens oppost~ weather was that he must haye for the past twelve or thirteen sage : Mentholatum’ relieves pain so
air strip at Guade eupe aad er wae with the Shell Re- 6 Vion. <4) ie ob ie brought it with him from B.G. years here and has her RSI. In their Carnival quickly that it seems almost like
ae Gadiieed.” Mr. “Benidict finery at Cardon and has been in trade, (8) . © Grocery’! Captain White would probably Public Health Certificate. She will! Costumes singing the magic. You can feel its cooling,
‘ i { ; ate 1 , ine to tej < %e : ‘ e :
Guin of rernan, i, Antes, Mere, Yotatech, wey aeemeersecas| em Mek! MS ne Me re bsp tes Calypies Seneca ae eee
was among the first p sf oat ad ent: Gieopatra; 18, Oars 21: . aa ee
making & {tip (0 the “French ot ot eat iar a ee ua ae gan: We tne Ge - CRYPTOQUOTE—Here’s how to work it: e iy to use ‘Mentholatum’”. Just rub it
ASB WA plane also called at the Ocean View Hotel. Mrs. &l6bei 4 bs, . Aael: AXYDLBAAKXR PI STC where the pain is and the pain
there over the week-end and Mumagry arrived in Barbados on Pptangie: 9. Bmeraid: 10. show; 19, Tea: is LONGFELLOW ease make — Peas That is all you have to do to
went on to the new airport in the “Golfito’s” last trip from RP a ae One letter simply stands for another In this example A 1s used Reservations i speedy relief from Headache, Nerve
Martinique. England. ve ae Ne ter the three L's. X for the two O's. etc, Single letters. apos- Farly. @ Pains, Faceache and Aching Limbs,
trophies. the length and formation of the words are all hints. Dial 4000 Get some of this wonderful and
W , ‘ Each day the code letters are different. 1c stop that pain Se ee Make ,
sure you get genuine latum’
BY THE AY By Beachcomber A Cryptogram Quotation e (ask. Ati MENtHOdaED .
' SGN PB WM, BCZM- -
I see that Mayfair is suffering Opera at Snigglefield — %tresses there and scenery and TM ACBGN PB BDEHJWM c Members s
from an epidemic of bogus noble- ye mete, eae | Ele PJW DTMEM PB CK FHPJ HIN
men. That surprises me. HE bandmaster, who was also frida, “must be trained to like bet- =



“Who's goin’ to train ‘HIWM—~FECLDMB
asked the bandmaster. ae

“Tr
The band- _ . Cryptoquote: FAREWELL, A LONG FAREWELL,
head and} TO ALL MY GREATNESS'—SHAKESPEARE

ter music.

the blacksmith, laughed
heartily when Elfrida Thwacker
attacked him. “We're all right at
a rousing march of a selection «4
the green,” he said. “But I don't

In the old days you could easily
get asked out to dinner or even to
a eountry house-party if you call-
ed yourself Baron von Schneckels-

‘em
am,” snorted Elfrida,
master scratched his
laughed so _ merrily
Thwacker retired in anger to find



that Mrs. |

ROYAL Worthings

see our lot at Covent Garden. Last Two Shows To-d
agethochstein, But 1 should have Thousands of'virelins.” “We shali * SOPF#0. &830
i asily begin in a@ small way,” said . M.G.M. Presents - - -
remtaurant has FeGson te seems Go ees imacN®, Wonder.” replied Farret on @ Tightrope Van JOHNSON
a party given mber the bandmaster. There’s not He had tried to teach a dog to Thomas MITCHELL

years ago. The sec-
retary of His Imperial Highness
the Archduke Konrad of Weis-
senau-Aufwiedersehen booked the

many on_us to drown all that
singing. I wouldn't say old Fred
Cox couldn't blast ‘em with his

walk the tightrope. but had failed. —in—

“ROMANCE OF ROSY
(News item.) RIDGE”





trombone, but you wouldn't ul E bably f t to give it z
table and ¢ an ca probably forgo Oo give a
amiseteandh a 1 — all the that opera,” “I wouldn't,” said Japanese sunshade. An old witti dn Tins and Jars. Made only by
Tiare were th guest oes, ete. Elfrida grimly. “Mind you,” said sailor did once succeed in teach- Je L @ The Mentholatum Co., Ltd. (Estd. 1889), Slough, England. ©
Set eee eesbeton tine tes Reid we font were, nee ot in bore ing a parrot to walk the te ap gp oe a oe Rt: Also at Buffalo, N.Y U.S.A.

ery swee e invited in a few friends to see

Gis wedebe batten “ to sign if you take me, Our audiences like the bird. perform, They all roared EMPIRE init
very red, and finall ated, grew the hearty stuff. Give 'em‘a solo with laughter at the absurd spec- ;
atthe foot of the bil T dont be- stan yeing for Sohne at igs Wale, ad, the, Mart alway iat el |
; t? s 0 S i S
lieve he was a genuine archduke Queen, You wouldn't at ue i across, stopped, tossed its head, continuing

and shrieked, “Very funny, no

doubt, but damnably difficult !”

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you need
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TUESDAY, MAY 16, 1950

Jamaica Has
— $50,000,000
Budget

(Barbados Advocate Correspendent)
KINGSTON, Jamaica.

The 1950-51 Jamaica Budget
provides for a revenue of $50,-
005,000 of which ordinary rev-
enue of $45,162,000 and the rest
C.D. &W. grants; and for a to-
tal expenditure of $52,296,000, of
which $44,914,000 is ordinary ex-
penditure and the rest C.D. & W.
expenditure. ,

The Budget was presented to
the House of Representatives on
Tuesday by the Governor and
anticipates a deficit of approx-
imately $2,291,000, which will be
met from the colony's dwindling
accumulated . reserve ‘balance,
which stood at only $7,192,210 on
April 1, 1950, after having been
drawn on to meet last year’s de-
ficit.

The year 1949-50 will end with
a deficit of approximately $1,500-
000, computations not having
been completed, instead of a
surplus of $35,000 as originally
estimated. The change in the
financial position was primarily
due toa short-fall in Customs
and Excise collections amounting
to almost $2,000,000, which was

due to. restrictions on buying
from hard currency areas, and
the devaluation of the £ in

September last.
Control

In a preface to the Budget, the
Financial Secretary said that
strict control of Government ex-
penditure must now be exercised
in that it was clear that in as-
sessing the scale of Government
commitments, and the ability to
meet them, an anxious eye
should look beyond Jamaica to
the trend of world trade, At
present it should be assumed that
no substantial improvement in
revenue should be relied on un-
less the productive power of Ja-
maica itself can be increased.

The only taxation measure in
the Budget is an increase in
Stamp Duties to yield an addi-
tional $100,000, but other heads
a@f revenue are estimated to yield
additional income this year with
increased efficiency in collection
methods.

Biggest revenue source is Cus-
toms which amounted to 36.45
per cent of the colony’s revenue
last year. Second is Income Tax,
which according to latest figures
is paid by only 24,097 persons
out of a total population of
3,889,000, This minority of 1.78
per cent of the population, with
5'4 companies and 21 societies
paid 21 per cent of the ordinary

revenue. The Colony’s public
debt on April 1, 1950 stood at
$C9,308,680.

The Budget is now being

studied by the House of Repre-

spniabhs. in Standi Finance
ommi

prior to ng debat-
ed in the House.



Farewell For
Justice Crane

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)

CASTRIES

His Honour, Acting Chief Jus-
tice Crane declared that he would
have preferred to remain in St.
Lucia instead of proceeding to his
new post as Chief Justice of Brit-
ish Honduras, but “in these cases
the choice of the officer is not that
which matters. If you will have
promotion, you -will have to com-
ply with the circumstances.”

Members of the Bar turned out
In large numbers to say farewell
to His Honour.

Honourable

Keith Alleyne,
Crown Attorney, observed that
His Honour had served in St.
Lucia during some very difficult
years. His complete grasp of the
system of jurisprudence which is
unique in St. Lucia was particu-
larly noticeable when after ad-
judicating French Law in St, Luata

is Honour proceeded to Domin-
ica where he adjudicated English
Law.

His Honour had devoted a con-
siderable amount of time and
energy in organising the Laws of
the colony and but for His Hon-
our’s impending departure, the
Laws of St. Lucia would have
been completely organised and
published.

Honourable Allen Lewis pointed
out that by His Honour’s grasp
of the facts and the Law relevant
to any case, the series of judg-
ments handed down had placed
the Laws of St, Lucia on a sound
footing for other judges to follow
as well as the Lower Courts. Mr.
Lewis also regretted that His
Honour’s departure would impede
to some extent the important work
which he had undertaken of re-
visiig the colony’s laws,

His Honour said that he had
enjoyed immensely working in
these parts for nearly four years








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Lue TEMPTATION OF ST. CLEMENT |




“ But we live in a harsh
world, old boy...”

“By ail means keep
idealism in view, but...”



Wins Against PNP

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)

KINGSTON.
The third election petition to
follow the December general

elections ended yesterday in a
win for the returned candidate,
Mr. T. N. Golding, J.L.P., mem-
ber for Western St. Catherine,
who retained his seat against the
petition of Mr. B. T, Lawson, the
losing P,N.P., candidate.

The two weeks’ hearing the
Court examined evidence in con-
nection with the corrupt practi-
ces charged and found in favour
of the respondent,

The first petition brought by
a J.L.P., losing candidate
against the P.N.P., winner was
withdrawn, The second petition
brought by J.L.P., losing candi-
date against a P.N,P., winner
was upheld on the technicality
tnat the winning candidate was
not qualified to hold the seat
having had a contract with Goy-
ernment at the time of his nom-
ination and subsequent election,
The score was evened when a
J.L.P., member, Mr. O. A.
Malcolm, who had been elected
Speaker of the House, was dis-
qualified from membership on
conviction in the criminal courts
for an eleetion breach, -

In the meantime Mr. G. W.
Aabuthnott-Gallimore (J.L.P.)
who brought and wen the secon’)
petition is elaiming the seat on
the ground that he was the
eandidate properly nominated in
the constituency, and the matter
is now before the Attorney Gen-
eral for clarification. Mr. Galli-
more will test his claim in the
Supreme Court if the Attorney
General decides against him and
Btate that a by-election is
necessary. ;

The fourth and final election
petition to be heard shortly is
that of the ex-Mayor of Kingston,
Mr. L. G. Newland, General
Secretary of the BI.T.U., who
lost his post as Mayor when the
House was prorogued last Nov-
ember He is petitioning against
Mr. N. N. Nethersole, the Deputy
Leader of the P.N.P., who won
the seat in the heaviest poll
recorded in the elections in the
Central St. Andrew constituency.

At present two seats—one
P.N.P., and one J.L.P., are
vacant in the House awaiting

either a court order or a by-
‘election to fill them.



Fears For

Legislator

(Barbados advocate Correspondent)
CASTRIES
Concern is felt over the safety
of the Honourable Louis G. Augier
MeVane, Elected Meimber for the
Western District, who left for St.
Lucia on Friday, May 12 at 3.00
p.m. by the 8-ton motor yacht of
British registry en route to St.
Vincent where he is to represent
the local legislature at that col-
ony’s Silver Jubilee of the Legis-
lative Council,
Up to 10.30 on Sat
no news was av

lay morning
ible of the





washes so gently.

water.

LUX KEEPS ALL
DAINTY CLOTHES LIKE NEW!

Bauxite
Production
In 1952

(Barbados Advoeate Correspoudent)

KINGSTON,
Three Aluntinium Companies
will operate a $110,000,000 Baux-
ite production industry in Ja-
maica, with production starting
in 1952 when ail installations

are expected to be laid down.
At the peak the industry should
produce 3,000,000 tons of, bauxite
per year and employ’ several
thousand Jamaican workers. In
the meantime 1,000 workers will}
be employed daily at peak by
Reynolds Jamaica Mines, Limit-
ed, in St. Ann, during their de-

velopment grogramme which has}

already started and which will
continue for two years, with the
building of a deep-water pier
Ocho Rios and the laying down
of other necessary installations.
Jamaica Bauxites Limited, in
Manchester, will employ 1,750
workers per dev at peak during

the development and production |

stages,
and
also

and Kaser Aluminium
Chemical Corporation will
offer considerable

panies will use Jamaican work-

ers in their agricultural opera- |

tions.

An official document giving
details of the plans for Baux-
ite mining in Jamaica and the
arrangements between the
Government and the com-
panies was presented to the
Legislature this week by the

Governor, Sir John Huggins,
G.C.M.G.
Up to the present about $7,-

500,000 of the $110,000,000 in-
vestment has been spent by the
companies in the purchase of
properties and in development
By rough computation it is esti-
mated that the reserves of baux-
ite-bearing lands held by the
companies contain at least 130,-
000,000 tons of bauxite, Not all
these reserves however are mine-
able ,

Education Month

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)
KINGSTON.
_ The Jamaica Department of
Education has completed plans for
an Education Month to be obsery-
ed throughout the Island in June,
with the aim of giving the public
a clear knowledge of the work in
education and to establish a deeper
tie between parents, teachers and
children in respect of school and
college activities.

During the month a panel of
lecturers selected with the assist-
ance of the University College of
the West Indies, the British Coun-
cil and other education organisa-
tions will be available to schools
throughout the Islands.

The Education Month Commit-
tee of the Department will not
confine its activities solely to the
elementary schools but has
arranged for interchange of visits
to colleges, secondary schools and
agricultural schools in an effort to
broaden the horizon of the one for
the other.









‘Another new playsuit?” |
thinks Auntie—

It looks new—
because it’s always

washed in LUX

Lux washing means extra life
for clothes because L ux
Silks,
rayons, woollens ,,, all are
safe in the mild Lux
lather and can be washed
perfectly even in cold




“After all, the Conservatives
have inherited: the mantle
of Liberalism .. .

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& Begone—foul fiends!”

London Express Service

Princess May

yh .
Appeal To King
SAN FRANCISCO, May 15.
Princess Fathia of Egypt, said
in an interview here that she was
considering a personal appeal to
her brother King Farouk for ap-

proval of her marriage with Mr
Riad Ghali, A Christian and a
commoner

The beautiful 19-year-old

Princess said: “I might call up my
brother, the King, myself. Maybe
if I told him how much I loved

i oF

Riad he might our
marriage after all.”

“IT have been so unhappy.” “I
have been married three weeks
now and Riad and I never been
alone together.

The only title I want is Mrs.
Ghali, The only things I want in
life are to make my husband
happy and to have lots of children”.

The Princess believed it possible
that the King could have their
passports withdrawn thus forcing
them to return to Egypt. “I would
not mind.” I will get a job if I
have to, but I hope nothing bad
happens to Riad,”—Reuter.

approve

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Tory Chances
Seem Bright

By ALA NHARVEY
LONDON

Conservative chances of r@gain-
ing political power seem as bright!
right now as they ever have i
the last five years

Their prospects appear to
improving slowly but surely. Six
months ago Labour campaigned
for the February general election
as an odds-on favourite If
new election were held next week
neutral political observers believe
betting would probably be the
other way.

The Conservatives can cite at
least two post-election auguries
which appear to be based on more
than wishful thinking.

1. Although Labour has won
all three by-elections since the
General election, its majority ha
been reduced in all cases.

2. Liberals appear to be mov
ing closer to the
and away from Labour If the
Conservatives could exploit thi
situation, they might succeed in
creating a political atmosphere
favourable to a bigger Tory share
of the Liberal vote.

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Both points probably need
qualification, In the first place
it is easy to misinterpret by-

elections as indicators of national
opinion. But, for what it’s worth,
students of statistics say that the
recent by-election at Brighouse,
Yorkshire by-election a 1.714 per
cent swing away from Labour

A Swing

There was a swing of only
per-cent at the previous by
election at Dumbarton, Scotland
Conservatives explain that aw
by pointing to the absence of
Communist candidate, who
tested the constituency in
general election.

con

the

Any analysis of party relation
ships is bound to be tricky, but
Conservatives appear to hold the

winning cards at the moment
They are proceeding cautiously
avoiding any words likely to
offend the Liberals, and in the
end may succeed in creating a
feeling of confidence between the

two parties.

Barring any formal electoral
compact, and even ruling out the
possibility of local agreements
the Conservatives thus would be
in a strong position to capture a
decisive share of what might be

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Published by The Advocate Co. ita, 4, Broad St, Bridgetrw:

Tuesday, May 16, 1950

Farce

RECENT developments have indicated
that the island’s Legislature is not func-
tioning as smoothly as it should. After
a very short interval the new session of
the legislature has been adjourned for
three weeks while there is a large amount
of pressing legislation which awaits the
consideration of the legislature. The im-
portant matters raised by His Excellency
in gpening the new session have not yet
been commented on by members of the
House. The reply to His Excellency’s
speech has not been debated.



Now because of the absence from the
island of the leader of the House and the
Deputy Leader, the House has had to be
adjourned and the queue of legislation
lengthens daily. This is a most unsatisfac-
tory state of affairs and is indicative of the
fact that local conditions are not conduc-
ive to the smooth management of party
government. It is true that if the com-
position of the Barbados delegation had
heen different it would have been possible
for the House to have continued meeting.

If party government has come to stay in
Barbados it is time that considerktion be
given to steps which would enable meet-
ings of the House to be held in spite of the
absence of .a couple of members. It can
hardly be argued, with ministerial respon-
sibility in the offing, that there are not
other members of the Executive Commit-
tee in the House who would be able to
conduct government business. The only
reason that there can be for giving mem-
bers a holiday is that the government
may be defeated on a major matter when
some of their members are absent.

' Members are now being ‘paid and the
electorate have the right to expect that
work in the House should be conducted
expeditiously and that the pressing matters
which await the attention of the legisla-
ture should not be delayed except for
‘weighty reasons,

The solution may lie in increasing the
membership of the House of Assembly.
At préserit the members for St. Michael
and the City represent an electorate of
“thousands while some of the members
from ¢ountry parishes represent an elec-
torate of only a few hundred. It should
not be unduly difficult to give additional
representation to certain of the more pop-
ulous parishes. An alternative would be to
have single member constituencies of
approximately equal population but which
would in the total increase the number of
representatives.

If meetings of the House were held regu-
larly government business could be com-
pleted in time for private members to put
through such business as they may need,
In Barbados as in England, one of the
modern tendencies is for government busi-
ness to encroach on private members’ time.
This should be limited as much as possi-
ble. Parliament, in Barbados as in Eng-
land, exists not only as a law making
machine but also as the “Grand Inquest”
of the nation. Its functions in the latter
respect are of equal importance with the
former.

If a country is to maintain balance,
changes must be mirrored in the institu-
tions which run the country. In Barbados
that has not been done and it is time that
Barbadian institutions should be altered
so as to. operate with greater efficiency now
that party politics has become an accepted
feature of Barbadian life. If this is nut
done the farce will have been created by
which the legislature takes a holiday when
some members are out of the island.



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AS A WRITER of romantic
fiction with a wide popular appeal
both in Britain and America,
Daphne du Maurier has made
steady progress from the begin-
ning of her career. She is now
the author of more than half a
dozen novels and two biographical
works, and the publication of
‘Rebecca’ in 1938 brought her im-
mense popularity among readers
of current English fiction. The
name du Maurier had already
been famous in Great Britain for
three-quarters of a century; and
perhaps we can best understand
her success by considering her in
relation to her father and her
grandfather—for each in his own
day was a notable figure in the
artistic life of London.

Sir Gerald du Maurier, hen
fatner, was one or the best-ioved
actors on the London stage. He
died sin 1934, and Dapnne du
Maurier wrote a book about him.
She called it ‘Gerald: a Portrait’,
and it disconcerted a good many
of his admirers. It was not a
flattering portrait, for she seru-
tinised her father both in his
personal ‘life and in his career
with a cool and candid eye. It
was a brave attempt to depict
him with objective severity, but
shining through its pages are her
affection for him and her ad-
miration for his volatile genius.
The home where she was brought
up was a delightful one on the
heights of Hampstead, from which
you can look down over the roof-
tops of London. At this house
there was a continual coming and
going of interesting people of
many different types, and Daphne
du Maurier listened to the talk of
actors and dramatists, of artists
and authors and musicians. It
was in this atmosphere that she
and her younger sister Angela
(who is also a novelist) made
contact with people of diverse
creative gifts, And supreme above
all his guests in charm and wit
and imagination was the some-
what elusive figure of Gerald du
Maurier himself. He was a man
of varying moods; but he was
steadfast always in his eagerness
that the talents of his daughters
should be developed to the full.
To him, the supreme thing in life
was artistic integrity and freedom
for the artist to express the best
that is in him. The du Maurier
tradition was a living thing in
that house in North London which
was the background of Daphne du
Maurier during her formative
years. 1

That tradition has been charm-
ingly described in her biographical
study ‘The du Mauriers’, published
in 1937. It paints a multitude of
personal portraits, and reveals the
novelist’s sharp gift of characteri-
sation. The members of that artis-
tic and restless family were always



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Daphne Du Maurier

Hy Augustus Muir

eager for fresh adventures. One
of them was a soldier, Colonel Guy
Maurier, who was killed in the
last war; he had distinguished
himself as an amateur actor and
as the author of “The Englishman’s
Home,’ a popular and patriotic
play which received great acclaim
on its production in London. But
the important figure in her book
is her grand-father, George du
Maurier, who made a great name
for himself as an artist, and be-
came one of the stars of the
humorous English weekly, ‘Pinch,
where he elegantiy satirised the
foibles of fashionable society.
Towards the end of his career,
when his eyesight began to fail,
he turned to novel-writing and
achieved even wider fame as the
author of ‘Peter Ibbetson’ and
‘Trilby, both of which were after-
wards dramatised and revived
again and again on the English
and American stage. These—and
his last novel ‘The Martian’—were
impregnated with an exquisite
nostalgia and a strong spirit of
romance; the romantic strain has
been transmitted to Daphne du
Maurier and comes out powerfully
in her fiction.

Her first novel was a _ long
family chronicle, ‘The Loving
Spirit’. It was an ambitious work

for a young writer, and the
threads of the story are skilfully
and firmly woven, Both its back-
ground and its characters are
Cornish. The reason why her
imagination was stimulated by
that rocky peninsula in the south-
west corner of England is that
many years of her life were spent
upon its coast. In the sheltered
corner of a charming river, Gerald
du Maurier had made a summer
home for himself and his family,,
and the two du Maurier girls
spent much of their time on board
a 75 ton (76 tonnes) yacht in the
English Channel, each doing the
full work of a man in helping to
handle their craft in all weathers.
Daphne du Maurier became
familiar also with the lonely up-
lands of the county. and her
‘Jamaica Inn’ is the story of a
girl’s nerve-racking experiences
when she is forced to live on a
Cornish moor far from the nearest
human habitation. As the author
depicts it at the beginning of last
century, the inn had an evil repu-
tation; coaches no [onger stopped
there; and sinister things happen-
ed after dark. Suspense increases
as we reach the climax of the tale.
It is a robust book, and the
characters are boldly painted.
Daphne du Maurier moved a little
eastward into the county of Devon
for the scene of ‘Rebecca,’ a much
longer and more carefully detail-
ed book.

On its publication, this was
described by critics as a romantic
triumph. Romances are not often

taken seriously by critics nowa-
days, but ‘Rebecca’ was honoured
by comparison with Charlotte
Bronte’s masterpiece of a century
ago, ‘Jane Eyre’. In both books,
the heroine tells her own story,
and captures our sympathy by
speaking of her own insignificance
and timidity as she confronts the
bitterest ordeal of her life. A
great house on the Devon coast
is the home of the man who mar-
ries the heroine of ‘Rebecca’.
She is his second wife, and the
mysterious influence of its pre-
vious mistress can be felt in the
very rooms and passages of the
house. The terror of the girl in-
creases as the tale is unfolded.
The book has a haunting atmos-
phere, and one important critic
said that it reminded him of
George du Maurier’s wonderful
Stories, for it has the’same strange
nostaglia and tenderness and
agony of resignation. Daphne du
Maurier has gone back to the
romantic tradition of Victorian
fiction, but in doing so she has
produced a work of ciramatic|
originality.

Her ‘Frenchman’s Creek,’ pub-
lished in 1941, is a charming
story of the eighteenth century,

knowledge of the sea in its many
moods, and is told with freshness
and verve. It is the story of an
attractive English girl who breaks
through all conventions and falls
in love with a fascinating French-
man who has been living a
piratical life for his own amuse-
ment. It might be described as a
romantic study of the unconven-
tional, with reason triumphing in
the end. This exciting and richly
coloured story will continue to
give pleasure to many readers
who desire complete relaxation of
mind.

Daphne du Maurier is married
to a distinguished officer in the
British Army, General Browning,
C.B., D.S.O., and in spite of her
family responsibilities, which in-
elude the care of two daughters,
she has found time to continue
her literary work. Her most re-
cent novel, ‘Hungry Hill,’ is a
long chronicle of the fortunes of
a family: it covers a full century
in its vigorous course. But
‘Rebecca’ remains her most im-
portant novel so far, and is
likely to retain a high place
among the essentially feminine
novels of romance. She has
abundant skill in the evoking of
atmosphere and the ability to
mingle beauty with the macabre;
and above all she can tell a
story and tell it with sustained
power, Daphne du Maurier is
carrying on with..success and
high spirits the traditions of a
notable family.



Rebecea In Retrospect

By Neville Connell

Miss Daphne du Maurier wrote
a very successful novel “Rebecca”;
her ability to write novels does
not, however, qualify her to write
plays. for she sadly lacks the
qualities of a playwright like
Maugham, who is also an outstand-
ing novelist, After the success of
her novel one can imagine one of
the friends of the authoress say-
ing “Darling, I adored ‘Rebecc9’,
it was out of this world. You sim-
ply must make a play of it. It
would be too marvellous.

The plot of “Rebecca” is good,
but a good plot is not enough. The
dialogue is poor—often ungram-
matical, and some of the charac-
ters are badly drawn. There is
practically no comic relief, and
it is insufficiently dramatic to
sustain interest; the audience is
frequently uninterested in what
the characters have to say. This
was responsible for some inatten-
tion on the part of the audience
and laughter in the wrong places.

The Bridgetown Players began,
therefore, with a serious handicap
from which escape was impossible.
Und: rplaying of poor dialogue and
pauses While drinks or cigarettes
were handed round caused parts
of the play to drag. Not enough
emphasis was laid on some of the
dramatic moments—for instance,
Mrs. de Winter’s appearance for
the fancy dress ball in her prede-
cessor’s dress,

Chris Gracie, as Mrs, de Winter,
made an excellent start, which
was not sustained, for she failed
to develop the character of the

woman who shared with her hus-
band the secret of the murder.
Ralph Crowe hasall the physical
attributes required for Maxim de
Winter, it was a pity that he dit
not make the most of them. His
diction was excellent, but, at times
his voice lacked the dramatic tone
required, Florence Daysh as Bea-
trice Lacey, de Winter’s county
sister, was good, and would have
been excellent had she spoken less
quickly.

The character, Frank Crawley
is a bore. Donald Wiles certainly
convinced us of that, although
some of his lines were lost owing
to indistinct speech. The servants,
Edward Cook as Frith, and John
Burt as Robert, could hardly have
been bettered; Ann Bailey made
an attractive maid. Ash Green-
land as William Tabb, and Wil-



Today’s Thought

Posterity always establish-
es men in their proper rank,
pulling down from their ped-
estals those who have been
lifted up through deceit, in
order to make place for others
who have the right to it. For
this reason the great ones
who are unknown may con-
tinue on their way in the
conviction of eternal justice,
which is often tardy but al-
ways certain at the time
appointed.

—ALBERT WOLFF

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liam Lambert as Colonel Julyan,
played their respective parts with
confidence. Norman Wood as Jack
Favell, the sinister cousin of Re-
becca, acted well, but, he was too
much of a thug. Rebecca was a
nymphomaniac not a gangster’s
moll. Her cousin was a_ suave,
gentlemanly blackmailer. As Nor-
man Wood portrayed the charac-
ter one expected him to produce
a revolver at any moment.

The highlights of the evening
were the performances of Greta
Bancroft as Mrs. Danvers, and
Norman Daysh as Giles Lacey.
Both were excellent. The charac-
terisation of Mrs. Danvers left no-
thing to be desired, and with what
grace she moved.

The set was as overcrowded as
are some West Country halls.
Stain was needed for the banisters
and newels; paint had the unfor-
tunate effect of making Manderley
look more like Barnet By-pass
suburban than Cornish country
house.

It was obvious that a great deal
of trouble had been taken with
this production, and much credit
is due to the Producer, Tom
McGee. and his cast for the suc-
cess of the evening, for it was a
successful evening. Bridgetown
Players are to be congratulated.
Next time, a play with better dia-
logue, please, which would impose
less strain on both cast and audi-
ence. Could we not have one day
“Lady Windermere’s Fan” with
Greta Bancroft as Mrs. Erlynne?



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experiment, and many have done so.

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leaving a four-days’ interval between successive
batches. They are given a clinical examination, in-
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three-days’ interval is allowed for the incubation
of any existing infection. A longer interval would
have been better, but even with the most willing
volunteers, there is a limit to what can be expected |{
in the way of confinement. On the third day, they
are inoculated—half a thimbleful of fluid being
run into each nostril with the patient on his back.
After two minutes he is allowed to get up, but
he is tald not to blow his nose during the next half-
hour. Some pairs are given entirely harmless in-
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nostrils, a little at a time, and again with the pa-
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it may seem ungrateful to record that it was one
of the first hopes of the experiment #hat some
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that the cause is a virus, and that it is considerably
smaller, if so, than that of influenza. A third, and
very practical point, is that the virus—as it may |
now be called—is found in nasal secretions at
least 24 hours before the cold shows itself. An
attempt was made to confirm that. pre-symptom
colds might be handed on to others by natural in-
fection—“donor” and “recipient” remaining for ten
hours in the same room, and the “recipient” then
being isolated. But the handing on of a cold by
natural infection has turned out to be more difficult
to reproduce than had been expected.

This is true also with the “‘donor” at the symp-
tom stage, which suggests that the “recipient”
needs to be in a “vulnerable” condition. Finally,
from collaboration with the Medical Research
Council’s air hygiene unit at Salisbury, it is known
that bacteria can be shaken into the air from hand-
kerchiefs in enormous numbers, and it has been
suggested that this may also be true of virus par-
ticles. Obviously, there are many loose ends, as

«

carried out if still more exacting demands could be
made on volunteers. Progress is being made, how-
ever, and a steady flow of volunteers are offering
themselves for experiment, so that this is the double
justification for present methods.



well as many further experiments which could be

Rebecea Suffers in Comparison With Other Productions

gentleman,

To the Editor, The Advocate
unadmirable

but
restraint

“Rebecca”
the footlights on

exercised such
in char-

was played up to

a well contrived ning to end,

acting was consistent from begin-

Spondent declared that he was

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SIR,—May I venture to ask for
space in ‘which to critically re-
view the play?

We have so little of the Thea-
tre here that a _ Bridgetown
Players production is inevitably
an event of general interest.

‘Du Maurier's “Re-
becca” is good theatre. Bridge-
town Players presentation of this
play, quite a good job in many
respects, was not an unqualified
success.

‘Rebecca’ is well written and not
more ambitious than other pro-
ductions of the Players. It is a
distinct disappointment that it
‘was not possessed of the polished
finish characteristic of Bridge-
town Players production, The
of perfect

projected
across the footlights on this oc-
casion.

The hub of the performance.
on which the entire play must
move, lay in the characterisations
of the two De Winters. Chris
Gracie was perfectly cast and

made the second Mrs. De Winter
live and breathe. Ralph Crowe
gave a finished performance in
the part of an English country

acterisation that Maxim De Win-
ter, except for one brief passage
with Mrs. Danvers, never came
alive.

Mrs. Danvers herself was play-
ed by Greta Bancroft, who turned

in, as usual, a top-drawer per-
formance, The monotone in
which she had to deliver her

every line, while effective, robbed
many of her speeches of the
essential intensity which was
basic in the play design, and at
the same time created an aura
of zombie-unreality which weak-
ened an excellent portrayal,

Favell, the villain of the piece,
played by Norman Wood, was
entirely off-key and emerged,
most unfortunately, as a_ tipsy
clown.

All of the supporting charac-
ters are well drawn and the in-
dividual players gave a good ac-
count of themselves. Ash Green-
land as Tabb the boatman and
Edward Cook as Frith the butler
deserve special mention. Norman
Daysh has a natural aptitude for
the stage and should prove a
find for Bridgetown Players

t

set, impressive but for the cru-
dity cf the stair-rails and nailed
curtain remnants at the French
window and a certain lack of
harmony in the Manderley fur-
nishings.

Tom McGee is to be con-
gratulated on staging a good play
with as much success as anyone
could reasonably expect from a
group of amateurs. The pro-
duction suffers only in comparison
with other presentations of
Bridgetown Players in which
they established for themselves
very high standards, to which
we have become accustomed.

THESPIAN

Liked Rebecca

The Editor, The Advocate
SIR—Kindly permit me space
in your newspaper to commend
the Bridgetown Players for their
most entertaining play—‘Rebec-
ca”. The standard of acting was
very good indeed. I want to pay
special tribute to Greta Ban-
croft (Mrs. Danvers). Her act-
ing was superb. Although she
had the misfortune of causing
most of the unpleasantness. her

The play as a whole was very
good, I sincerely hope that the
Bridgetown Players will, in the
very near future, be in a_ posi-
tion to put on many more plays
at their own headquarters.

Floreat the Bridgetown Play-
ers. Wj
F. A. PARRIS.
Newbury,

St. George,

May 15, 1950. .

(C.D.C.)
To The Editor The Advocate
SIR,—In your issue of March
12, you published a m
from your British Honduras cor-

respandent containing the \fol-
lowing message:—
interview, blamed the local

“AC. D.C. official, in a press
government for the low wages
the corporation had proposed
paying, and claimed that C.D.C
had been advised by the La-
bour Department to pay simi-
lar rates paid to Government
manual workers—the countries

workers.”
Honduras

lowest
Your

paid

British corre-

not at liberty to inform me who
had made the statement attri-
buted in the above-quoted pass-
age to “a Colonial Development
Corporation Official” and I there-
fore addressed an enquiry to Mr.
J. Thomas, the British Honduras
representative of the Corpora-
tion. I. quote hereunder Mr.
Thomas’s reply to my enquiry:—-

“I have made a careful en-
uiry and I am satistied that
‘no time did any C.D.C. offi-
cial here make a statement to
press blaming the local
Government “for the low
wages the Corporation had
proposed paying.” As far as I
van see the report is a com-
plete distortion of an _ inter-
view given by Mr. Goble to
the press, during which he
said, in answer to a question
ag to how he arrived at a fair

wage, that he had, like any-
one else, on arriving in the
Colony, ascertained from the

Labour Department the rates
of wages being paid locally.

You have my full authority
to quote any or all of this let-
ter in a public communique if
you so desir®é.”
Your Obedient Servant,

W. HONE,

Colonial Secretary’s OMfce,
Belize,
May 4, 1950.

Thanks

To the Editor, The Advocate—
SIR,—I would like to take this
opportunity to say “thanks” to
all those who assisted me in my
first effort on Friday Night May
5, at Queen’s Park House.
Although the attendance was

happy to know that everyone who
came enjoyed themselves. I am
however, anticipating another
one, and I feel sure that with the
whole-hearted support of the
public I might still be able to
prove that variety entertainments
can win the admiration of many.
It is a fairly difficult task, but
I'll try again.

Again I say thanks to everyone.

KENNETH

Eagle Hall Road,

Michael.
May 12, 1950.

Editor’s Note—

In a letter
newspaper
the word “probation”
instead of “production”
ror is regretted

MASON.
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1950



St. Joseph
Will Be

Prepared

When Hurricane Comes

S* JCOTITH is one

pamshes to take warning of
the weather. Uahke zy other
Parishes, the autorities of that
parish are makin sure that their
parishioners will i,. ke caught
unprepared.

The Hurricane Relief Commit-
tee of thet parish held their first
meeting at the Vestry Rooms, over
the St Joseph Dispensary, yes-
terday afternoon, when they made
preparations in case of the ap-
proach of a hurricane. The meet-
ing lasted about two hours.

Members present were: Rev.
L. C. \Mallalieu, Chairman, Mr.
G. L. Gfttens, Chief Sanitary In-
spector, Mr. J. H. Branch, Mr. E.
Williams, Mr. E. A. Way, Mr. A.
Goodman, Mr. A. W, Lampitt and
Mr. M. A. Lampitt, Mr. A.
Ince, Mr. G Amos, Mr. :
Clarke, Mr. H. Greaves, Mr. W.
Maxwell and Mr. J. Lb. Callender.

ANY POLic« CONSTABLES
were entertained by Pro-
fessor Clifton at the Police Canteen
yesterday evening. The Professor
did many tricks, and the Consta-
bles applauded heartily after the
informal show. No preparations
were made for the show, and the
majority of tricks were done with
a pack of cards.
ESIDENTS of Paynes Bay, St.
James, were fortunate to see
a Flying Saucer at 11.05 on Sun-
day night. The firs, person to
see the saucer was Dudley Law-
rence, art inspector of the National
Bus Company and he called others.
Several cars, coming from and
going towards St. Peter were
stopped, and the occupants were
shown the “Saucer.” It was in 4
north-westerly direction.

An object resembling a “Saucer”
was also seen from the Olympic
Theatre and one of the Broad
Street offices yesterday evening
between 5.30 and 6.00 o’clock.

The opinions as to whether it
was a Flying Saucer were con
fiicting, as some thought it to be a
box kite. Mr. “Sonny” Beal, Man-
ager of the Olympic Theatre, was

cf the first



one of those who thought it to be discharging yesterday
“a kite.



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Here a prospective client looks at a British Guiana timber exhibit held by Mr. G. E. Stoll

Barbados Misses W.I. Hawkers Quit

At Industries Fair

‘Direct Dealing,

No Third Party’

(From Our London Correspondent)

LONDON.

THERE IS MORE future for West Indian straw goods

than. there is for sugar and

rum. That is the impression

gained from a visit to the West Indies section of the Brit-

ish Industries Fair at Earl’s Court, London.

Rain Delays
Unleading
Rain caused much delay in the
of 1,022

sacks of golden maize and 1,136

WO HAT TRICKS were per- bags of cornmeal which arrived
formed at a Cricket Match jn port on Sunday by the “Alcoa

played on the Higl§$and grounds
on_ Sunday between a Highlanders’
XI and a side skippered by Ever-
ton Byer. The match ended in
an innings victory for,Byer’s side.
Byer performed the hat trick in
the first innings and Fenty did the
same in the second.

Roamer” from New Orleans,

The “Roamer”, which’ would

have sailed yesterday evening for
Paramaribo, will not be leaving
Barbados
This vessel has also to
here about 4,795 bundles of tim-

until midday to-day.

unload

Byer won the toss and sent in ber staves, and drums of lubri-
Highlanders who were all bowled cating oil.

out for 15. Byer captured 6 for

8 and Fenty 4 for 7 runs, In reply the “Cottica”

The arrival also on Sunday of
was welcomed es-

Byer’s side knocked up 67 for 3 pecially by local housewives be-

declared. ‘Highlanders in

their cause of its cargo of 2,500 cases

sécond innings were all skittled of condensed milk.

out for 34, Byer taking 5 for 24
and Fenty 5 for 9.

mouth, England,

This vessel sailed out for Ply-
yesterday eve-

7 Amouaees were busy yester- ning. Two passengers were book-
day making preparations for ed here to sail with if, and they
the erection of a Traffic Island joined the intransits on board.

opposite the Nelson Statue. Traf-
fic Islands are now taking the
places of temporary posts to
which were attached the traffic
signs in Trafalgar Square.

The islands opposite Manning’s
Corner Store are already erected,
and shortly the signs will be
attached.

old



Trusted Completely:

Stole $6.64

Mortimer Cummins a 20—year-—
labourer of Si4. Lawrence,

HE TENTH REGATTA of the Christ Church, was sentenced to

R.B.Y.C. will be sai.ed

in two months’ imprisonment by his

Carlisle Bay at 2 p.m, on Wednes- Worship Mr. E: A. McLeod yester
day, May 24, and not on Saturday, day for stealing $6.64 from Mrs.

May 27.
HORTLY AFTER 11 a.m. yes-

Vere Fitzpatrick of Christ Church.

Cummins went into Mrs: Fitz-

terday an accident occurred patrick's house on May 8 after
at the corner of Milk Market and she had left all the doors locket

Broad Street between the motor and stole cigarettes

and money

car X—429, driven by Calvin Scott to the value of $6.64.

of Eastern Main Road, Arouca,
Trinidad, who is employed

at dence said

Mrs. Fitzpatrick in) giving evi-
that she employed

Seawell, and a bicycle owned and Cummins to do little chores for

ridden by Joseph Jordan of Eagle
Hall Road. :
The rear wheel of the bicycle
was extensively damaged.
HE LOSS of a wrist
valued $40 was reported by
Bennett Gooding of Jordan’s Lane.
He stated that it was removed

her and never suspected he wou!d

steal, She trusted him completely.
Qummins had one previoug
conviction for larceny. He was

watch put on probation for 12 monghs
for stealing $4.00 from Geraldine
Lashley on January 24, 1949-



It may be an_ exaggeration.
Still, the fact remains that un-
paralleled nterest has been shown
by overseas buyers in the dis-
plays of straw goods, while the
interest in sugar and rum fas
been negligible.

Overseas buyers from Canada,
Australia, Sweden. and the
United States have been among
those who have visited the West
Indies stands. They have gazed
pertunctorily at the shining bot-
tles of rum stanjing on the bright-
ly illuminated shelves, they have
looked unmoved at the charts
showing West Indian sugar pro-
duction figures.

Intérested

Then they have turned to the
straw goods and immediately
they have become interested.
Note books have been produced
from hitherto unnoticed pockets
and the helpers on the stands
have been subjected to a barrage
of questions.

“How much do the handbags
cost? How soon can we take
delivery? .How long do the
hits take to manufacture. Can
we place an order for a large
number of table mats?”

Thick and fast have been the
enquiries and there can be no
doubt that the B.I.F., has been
a great stimulant to the West
Indies straw goods industry

Another success has been
scored by the Trinidad exhibit
of negro dolls.

Delighied
These were quickly spotted by
an American representative of a
big New York toy firm. His
cousin, he said, would be delighted
to buy a large number of these
dolls, and his order has been
passed on to the manufacturers.
That is on the credit side of the

picture, 3ut there is anothey
side, and not so bright.

The biggest mistake West

Indian manufacturers have

made at this year’s B.LF. is not
having ? personal representa-
tive present. The West India
Committee have put on a grand
show for the exhibitors but
they cannot get over the fact



















Broad Street

The majority of hawkers seem-
ed to be trying to co-operate
with the Commissoner of Police,
by keeping away from the cor-
ners of alleys and main streets
in the city area. This was seen
by the “Advocate” who visited
these areas yesterday.

No hawkers were seen in
Broad Street, except for a few
who had retreated some distance
from the corners of Middle and
Shepherd Streets. Liverpool Lane
which is generally used by fruit
sellers was empty.

A few hawkers were still dis-
obeying this order as they were
blocking the entrances to Luke’s
and Dromedary Alleys,

In Swan Street, a, few fruit
sellers were seen along the street,
while Busbey’s and Luke’s Alleys
were still blocked at both en-
trances. The majority of the
alleys which are used by sellers
in this area were empty. Several
hawkers are now using the shop
doors in the area around James
Street and Milk Market.



House Belongs
To Both

300—66

A decision of Mr. A. J. H.
Hanschell, Judge of the Petty
Debt Court was varied by the
Judges of the Assistant Court of
Appeal, Mr. G. L. Taylor and Mr,
J. W. B. Chenery yesterday. Mr.
Hanschell had adjudged a house
to belong to Edith Best of Wavell
Avenue, Black Rock.

She had claimed that the house
was hers when it was being levied
on. Her husband Louis Best also
claimed that the house was his
and said that he owed Plantations
Ltd. money for lumber he had
credited from them to enlargen
it. Plantations Ltd., was brought
up as being an Execution Credit-
or.

Their Honours decided that the

house belonged to Edith Best and
Louis Best in a_ proportion of
300 to 66.

Bought For $230

Edith Best said that she had
bought the house from Emeline
Sobers in Feby. 1947 for $230. She
gave her husband $70 and bought

Third Caribbean Labour
Conference Opens To-day

At Hastings House
ALL IMPORTANT labour problems in the Caribbean



area are going to be discussed at the conference of West

Indian Labour Officers which starts here this morning,
told the “Advocate” yesterday.
!

the Labour Commissioner

*Potick’ Could
Be Raised In
72 Hours

With Steel Drums

Schooners Cyril E. Smith and
Laudalpha have for the time being
given up attempts to refloat the
Potick which has been lying on
the Careenage’s bed for the past
four and a half months.

These two schooners started to
work on the Potick on Friday last
and failed in their attempt® Again
on Saturday they tried to refloat
the vessel only to find themselves
again unsuccessful.

Sunday passed and yesterday
the skipper of the Laudalpha was
seeking a berth in the outer basin
of the Careenage to which he was
about to remove his vessel. The
Cyril E. Smith remained in the
cross berth of the inner basin of
the Careenage.

Some who are interested in
the salvaging of the vessel, can
be heard making suggestions
that the vessel can be refloat-
ed by the use of steel drums.
One was of the opinion that,
making use of that project, it
could be raised in 72 hours.
According to contract, the own-

er has another 16 days to have it
removed.

Speightstown
Busy Again

“
MEGNA” CALLS

‘The little port of Speightstown

will be active again to-day when
the steamship “Megna” begins to
load her quota of 2,500 tons of
sugar for Liverpool.
The sugar will be shipped from
the three jetties of Messrs.
Plantations Ltd. and Messrs.
R. and G. Challenor & Co., Ltd.,
and conveyed to the “Megna” by
schooners and barges.

From early in the morning
bus loads of waterfront workers
from the City will be alighting
at Speightstown to join the
shipping workers from that town.
These workers ary conveyed
back to the City by bus late in
the evening.

The “Megna” will be the sec-
ond ship to call at this port for
Sugar since the crop began. It
arrived at Bridgetown yesterday
morning and took 36 bales of
cotton before leaving for
Speightstown.







Six Vessels
Bring Fruit

Some six vessels arrived over
the week-end with ample supplies
of fruit from Northern West In-
dian islands. Mangoes, which
are now coming to their peak of
season in some of these islands
formed no small part of the car-
goes of fruit.

Fruit is one of the cargoes: in
which no delay is made in ship-
ping, because of its quick spoiling.
The vessels made a quick des-
patch with them and from the
waterfront, they were removed to
the various alleys and streets
where they could be seen on dis-
play in the trays of local vendors.

Oranges and grapefruit arrived
in moderate quantities from Tri-
nidad. Small craft which called
from these islands brought sup-
plies of coconuts.



Investigation



He said that Miss S. A. Ogilvie,
Assistant Labour Adviser to the
Secretary of State for the Colon-
ies, who arrived here last week
after a four months’ tour of the
West Indies and will be present
at the conference, has visited
quite a number of work places.

Opens Today

The conference gets underway
this morning at Hastings House
at. 9.30 o'clock under the Chair-
manship of Mr. C. Y. Carstairs,
C.M.G., Administrative Secretary
to the Development and Welfare
Organisation,

Attending are labour officers
from British Guiana, British Hon-
duras, the Leeward Islands, Trin-
idad, Dominica, Grenada, St.
Lucia, Jamaica, Barbados and St.
Vincent.

Mr. Herbert MacDonald, Chief
Liaison Officer, B.W.I. Central
Labour Organisation (Washington)
may also attend.

The third of its kind, the
conference will consider the prog-
ress made regarding the recom-
megdations of previous confer-
ences and deal with a variety

of administrative matters of
regional interest.

Attending
Officers attending are:— Mr.
J. 1. Ramphal, Deputy Labour
Commissioner, (British Guiana);

Mr. E, P. Bradley, Labour Officer,
(British Honduras); Mr, L, ©.
Edwards, Acting Federal Labour
Officer, (Leeward Islands); Mr.
S. Hochoy, Labour Commissioner,
(Trinidad); Mr. R, L. Blanchard,
Labour Officer (Dominica); Mr.
E. S. Burrowes, Labour Commis-
sioner (Barbados), Mr, G,. 53S,
Dabreo, Acting * Labour Officer
(Grenada); Mr. I Simmons,
Labour Officer, (St. Lucia); Mr.
R. M. Jack, Labour Commissioner,
(St. Vincent); Mr. G. H. Scott,
Labour Adviser (Jamaica); and
Mr. A. I. Morias, Assistant
Statistician, Bureau of Statistics,
(Jamaica),



25 YEARS AGO
(ADVOCATE, MAY 16, 1925)
On Monday night last, Squires

who is known in fighting circles
as Gunboat Wills, 157 Ibs, and
Battling Hoyte, 163, of Speights-
town, St. Peter met at the
Olympic Theatre in a_ fifteen
round contest- Squires won on
points, The attendante was a
good one and the interest was
ve keen, Hoyte though well—
built and well developed, is a
coward and were it not for his
cowardice we doubt whether the
laurels would have fallen to
Squires.

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missing over the week-end. Adj al a third party. Ltd. to her husband but he had ‘The Commission of Inquiry ap- ee eee
Trevor Willoughby of Bank Hall yournee They like to be able to put| told her that they did not con- pointed, by the Governor-in- Cologne
reported ihe less of his Humber 4 f f ,. through a transaction on the spot] cern her. Executive Committee to investi- Eye Shadow
bicycle valued $40 from Queen’s _ The Meeting of the St. Michael's and the method of taking note oi eras ; , este matters coninected with the See Our Show Window A S B E $ T O S
Paik on Sunday. Vestry which was scheduled - the'r requirements and then pass- Santis re said that it was he Government Architect and Town Get your eupply to-day
Vernon. Marshall of atenge yee hee ea was not ing them on to individual or firm a had bought oe a be ee ee ane os oe Sratiin «8
ted the loss of his Her- held for lack of a quorum. roncerned, does not appeal to} der cross-examination e said Of his department opened yester-
Road oe ‘ ve ‘7 48 from out- Manhets yvesent were: Rev. ee ee 7 ee that his wife had given him $50 day morning at the Town Hall. y
cules bicycle valued $ I them, i ort i
side Rock's Drug Store at Baxters yy, J. Hutchinson (Chairman), ~ jyow much actual business has] @nd that when he had tod Plan- Commissioner is Mr. H. A. Vaugh- ‘
Road on Saturday. . Mr. TT. Bowring, Mr, A-R- peen lost by West Indian manu-| tations, Ltd. before he had got the Ny i 7 LIMITED
GALVANISED anchor chain, jo5pin, Mr. C. C. Brownes Mr. facturers, because of this, is|!umber that the house was his, Fe aes was aa —
vaiyed $46, was roopees E, D. Mottley, M.C.P., Mr. H.A- qifficult to judge. Certainly there| it was not quite true. Gaughan and eae oe 2 Fisia’ Head of Broad Street.
missing by Leonard Archer of the qigor, Mr. A. S. Bryden and Mr. jas peen a loss of prestige Emeline Sobers said that Louis ; 3 3 : ue : 5 Le eee
; ic Club. He stated ’ has bi a s pres ' , 7 Legal Draughtsman who offered
Barbados Aquatic Club. fe last V. Chase. had come and asked her about jj. services to the Commission:
eer was removed during)ta Pee nes Avoic *iistake the house, but it was Edith who {urther hearing was adjourned
week. . Tne West Indies should not| had paid her for it, until later this week. ;
AMES TURTON of Welchman Perrfjes Reached ."° Wes ne ‘ TS : ay
ae . . ake the same mistake next year. Gents Sport Shirts
Hall, St. Thomas, reported the = 2 A S PO R & s
s Vauxhall 14 motor car, All the colonies should enter on a ‘ s
£182 is Jed $1,200, from out- Settlement combined front, Barbados, not Long Sleeves. In shades
side the residence of Cuthbert : represented this year, should join
c aig at Howell's Cross Road on A Court of Chancery suit be- priniga: British Guiana ane of Blue, Beige, Grey,
Friday, night. tween Blanche I Bailey (Plain- Jamaica in a determined effort te ;
On Sunday morning at 8 eee tiff) and ee Cc. Fyne capture new markets for their Green. Size S. M. Large
var was found by Corpora! (Defendant) which wes a own subsidiary industries. There
ee on St. Stephen’s Road. for hearing before His Honour ooiuiq be at least one direct Gp ASE ai) $6.72
T 8.15 LAST NIGHT Mr. C. % the Chief Judge, Sir Allan jepresentative present from each
Carstairs, C.MG., BEV he Collymore, yesterday, was Mot jnqustry, if not from each exhib-
lecture at me yaaraitiaa he rhs rap aie parties reach- jtor, and he should be poe : \ le Ti White Arrow Shirts
Development o ries on tm’ ed a settlement. , to take on the spot orders, an Gents’ American Style Ties
West Indies and eee indeed Mr. D, H. L. Ward, who hold- guarantee delivery within @ cer- d ‘ Collars attached. Sizes 14 to 18
Although ' the ane ree welt ing the papers of Mr. G. HH. tain date. It can be done and if Very attractive designs and col-
threatening, the lecture F Adams, represented the plaintiff, it js, West Indies products will be Whether i | BORE ec Ses SM vk $6.82
attended. meeting told the Court settlement had dite to compete with those of any , Vhether it be a simple sore throat, a coia, cut, ours. Each...... $1.52 & $2.48
Before this lecture, a a been reached and that a Con- r area in the world. ruise or any of the countless “family accidents”
of the Scout Patrol Leaders and t Ord would be prepared othe that occur almost daily~Listerine Antiseptic is an B.V.D. Striped Shi
Y was j 1 andl cae cri Abaca ge nA hg in ; id. It kills milli Aertex Cellular White Shirts .V.D. Striped Shirts
Seconds was held at 5.00 w % Mr. Ward was instructed by ideal first aid. It kills millions of germs and helps
r is C etition took Mr. ard = was ins __d) ry i ee ; ger P i 2 :
er. aoe coe eo p.m. Messrs. Hutchinson & Banfield. “Mormack York et against infection. Never be without a bottle Without Collars. The ideal Shirt Texcraft Collar attached, nice
DE. MOBILE CINEMA will be Defendant was represented by of safe, reliable and effective Listerine Antiseptic, 97
“eon < ‘ ; J i »si BROW ads eres R
giving a Show tonight at =. Mr. W. W. Reece K. C. Brings Oil Meal ft . ‘ for Clergymen. Sizes 144 to designs. Each $4
es Boye’ Benoa! pasture £0 LISTERINE b 3
teneft of residents of the Ivy and SPEEDING: £5 A shipment of 12/549 bags of ee’ 17 inches.
My Lord’s Hill ares. The current ‘ linseed oil meal arrived for Bap- | Gents’ White, Sleeveless Otis Vests
y includes “Cossack McDonald Broome of Hope bados yesterday by s.s. Mormack 4 - B.V.D White Under Shorts
Beeman.” Well, St. Thomas was found yo. “This cargo it discharged | aoa Spree Sizes 36 to 46 $1.06, $1.09
Fae ik idauesteeaiieciont guilty yesterday of speeding Jocterday, and sailed during the | Sei se ee $1.79 $00 10 40 .......- 1.00, OT.
while driving the motor car 6vening for Jacksonville, Florida. SSSBSBEBRBEBBE SEES a ee Pee. eee
T—55 on Constitution Road on a The Mormack York is one of the]; @ @ a a a aoe ow a a a a a ij te - :
What’s on Today highway on April 21. ships operating cnet 4oy Moot : ‘b B.V.D. Union Suits Boys’ White, Sleeveless Otis Vests
Mr. H. A. Talma before whom McCormack Lines whie make
é i ad a fine casi a 3 i . Si 4 i ites 6 20218 is oar Heer eas 98e.
ers’ Conference, he appeared imposed a fine or occasional calls at this port with 1 Sizes 36 to 46 ins. .......... $3.60
ee einas tevin 9.30 a.m. £5 to be paid by instalments or feed from the Argentine. NOW FRESH
Meeting of Legislative Coun- in default two months’ imprison- |
‘ t : Y y y
eil at 2.00 p.m ie Indecent Language: 20/-|'|| PURINA PIGEON CHOW
Police Band ao ? the ‘e ‘it
ntal Hospital, at p.m, A fine of 20/- and - costs
~ . JAMAICAN OUTPOINTS ‘ rapoaed on Varona Parris} get your supply from | 0, t ®
Tennis Tournament, Garri- IRISHMAN of I Road, Brittons Hill by
son Savannah, at 4.15 p.m. H W hip Mr. H. A. Talma |
Football at Queen's Park, at PRESTON, Lar sashire May 15 ee Aa Sehement | H. JASON JONES & CO., LTD.—Agents. 10. 11. 12 & 13 BROAD. STREET.
5.00 p.m. John Hazel of Jamaica tonigl € Layne’s Road, a high- : :
Mobile Cinema, St. Giles’ Ney. Rte. age SaS@Seeeepeepepeeeueues ea s ||| —_—_—_- pesniintieteninn
Boys’ School, at 7.30 p.m. | Filia a ; . ‘econ “SSE eeeeee
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CLASSIFIED ADS PUBLIC NOTICES | Ser EBNMy NT NOTICES
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Telephone 2508. THE AGRICULTURAL AIDS ACT,.. | THE NEW PLAN FOR CASTRIES, 8ST. LUCIA |
5 | sine iieaiieineniala bona psoeaccchei nit
To the creditors holding eclalty lens A lim 3 Bias . ‘ bE aa
> FOR RENT afainet WELCHES PLANTATION, St stag ra eee 1¢ New Plan for Castries, St. | ! MONTHBA. -ULTRALIA NEW —— 2,
THANKS Thomas. | Lucia”, are on s i the Advoca‘e Stationery at a cost of $2.00 per | ZEALAND LINE LIMITED
oe Notice that I, t owner of the copy 14.5.50 In i (M.A.N.Z,. LINE)
We beg through this medium to thank &#bove named plantation, am about to A -9.00.—-In, es The MV. “M . :
ail our Telatives and friends who at- HOUSES ~ [obtain a loan of £2,000 ‘under the pro-| — * |. $8, “DEVON” is expected to arrive at | ll cargo and Passengers for St. Wine
ded and visions the above Act, against the Se See - ae er cent, Domi Ar 2a, M -
oman ks deere dor Sign seaeeeane Sugar, Molasses and other crops of the] Applications from Sanitary Inspeciors and Registered Nurses | a ITY OF DIEPPE 2 ies serfat, St Kiite-Nevia, * loading
thy over the loss of our dear son| AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY—a very | ®aid plantation to be reaped in i951 - oie Te 5 “geet ais ‘ os } CITY OF DIEPPE” sale Por Wednesday, sailing Thursday 18th
re, ONEL. \cocker! MAR.| £00d Business Stand with or without) No money has yet been borrowed (Hospital Trained) for Course of Training at the Public ; ; j Pirie May 6th Adelaide May 12th, Me May. ’
and brother~ Li ‘ocker fixtures. Suitable for Dry s against the said crops, ' lealti 3 ~ ci ae I; pe jberne May 26th, Sydney June 7th, Bri
SHALL who died on the 8th of May. tionery, Leather Goods, Dated this 13th day of May, 19509, Health aining Centre in Jamaica. jb June I7th, arriving at Trinidad
Mr. & Mrs. D. L.-E. Marshall, Hen-| 00S: Business called “onan — F. F. PILGRIM, j at 4th July, Barbados about July The M.V, “T. B. Radar” will ac-
derson, Joyce, Elsie, Barbara, Wilma, Lames Steect. Immediately. Owner. APPLICATIONS invited { Sanitary Inspectors and Regis- youn : cept Cargo and Passengers for St.
Patsy. Tony, Mother Belle, Nin4Nin and| py5nj Bros, Dial ‘after hours 4158. 13.5.50,—23n. tered Nurses (Hospi s ling to b naidered vanes have ercols pace for ¥ Mage Trinidad, sail-
Chris. ‘American Papers please copy). a ‘50—t rs avurses Sp ho are Will € e considered te a frozen and general cargo th May, 1950.
ot — == | tHe STURAL BANE ACH AGRICUL-| for advanced Ww . last about Eleven and Ten ir ch vee Se idad ine }
FLAT—Four rooms particular ANK ACT, 1M8 : a eas - lacin nchipment at Trinidad for .
Mi pupslahed ie Hastings Wane vere te Te a eco tnies Peting specialty liens | months respectiv at ti i T g Centre in Jamaica. I » Guiana, Barbados, Windward and aw 4 Sehooners Owners’
EMORIAM . s ‘ in 7 ‘ 3 Leeward Islands. ssoc. (Inec.) Consignee:
IN Entire contents, including linen and cut- a ta ae 2. Applicants should vriting before the 31st of May, For. further_particulars, apply Da oa
fn loving memory’ of BENJAMIN] (Ue Saree SOF sale 50.30 Take Notice that we, the Owners of | to the Director of M nent Building, The Wharf FURNESS WITHY & COMPANY, LTD ||
SPRINGER, who departed this life on the oe «| the above Plantations are about to obtain da full ¢ Pe a . eT Agents Trinidad |
13th May i940, a = a loan of £10,000 under the provisions of | ANA a full curmicuium vil hould be included jin the application. | gest inesn fans a. mos e joer DA COSTA & CO. LTD '
You've gone before, FLAT—One G i Fi Flat with a enue sh a = said ete The scholarship r th courses proved, provide rhea or Trench Mouth, or some bad disease “4
Your work lives on behind” ‘ay. one bedroom Dial 3696 i950 to 1081 ” a ane (a) Free air p ive to a from Jamaica pene Yeeuk snd bey to Jar tal Sh
CAMPBELL SPRINGER & FA :, 12.5.50—t.f.n. No money has been borrowed under the ee a a a ge se ee a0 cee
3 ‘ t y Subsistenc: Hoy “¢ @ ial ‘ore your time. Since thi
= 16.5.50—In. FLAT) Upae Eat wiih D bedroome' AsTicultural Aids Act, 1905, or the above (b) eae : suowaree at 22.00 a day. War these mouth Gisssnen fate eoneat =
In. loving. memoi of our beloved : roe Act in respect of such year. 5 (ce) ravelling expenses in Jamaica at the rate of $14.40 per roughout the world so that now scien-
ELIZABETH running water each. For further] Dated this 10th day of Nay, 1950. Z tists say that four out of every five people 0.
Mother re GREENE.| particulars Dial 3696 FOURSQUARE ESTATES LTD, « month. rea ere 5 ufferers sooner or later. YW, warkea' in -
1 Thesalonians 4: Verse 13. $8.¢.90-8.8-0; ES Be (d) Contingencies at the rate of $4.80 a month. too late, because they feet chaps nos only
But I would not Sexe you to me enone. Managing Director 3. The scholarships will only granted on the following con- the loss’ of teeth, bur also shronie theuma- Inc.
brethren, concerning them wi are a 13.5.50,—3n ditions: g& ;
asleep, that ye sorrow not, even as others PUBLIC SALES se te tne ee EIU a New: . ‘ z ee
Sena e tai nope. PB sag THE SUGAR INDUSTRIAL AGRICUL- (a) That the Commissior f Health agree to pay to the ow | Discovery! Save: ae ‘a vere reap +s
rose . = TURAL BANK ACT, 145 Hine 3 4 alii ™ s a ; : scientist, hts th ‘troubl NO, P
= ee sleep in Jesus will God AUCTION To the creditors holding specially liens on er, his or her hile absent on study leave, tnd quick Way. Te Senetraten sent te tke | 88 “Ar COA ROAMER” fi oMay tee
against FOURSQUARE GROUP of where > apt » a y th . s ‘Ts © trouble, stops guma from bleed- wy * ae th 2D 1 May
Elijah, Samuel (sons), Allezina, Muriel, ~ Plantations, §t. Philip fb) Th Pe ‘ . ans wove : k te i See bere ing the very first day, ‘quietly takes the oRLBOR aaceR ioe ot a ma
Marie, Mary (daughters), Lambert, Clar- y instructions received from the Trus- Take Notice that we, the Owners of the hat the officer lec agre to enter a bond to con- fighite: = oi ur mouth, and soon
ence, Bruce, Alfred, Edward, George} tees of the Hutchinson Trust, I will sell | apove Plantations » about to obdtai oh ahi he ‘ a. Aiello os : y ightens the teeth. The following letter 6 ‘ amin try
u 1 th ‘th above Plantations, are about to obtain tinue in t service »{ the Commissioners or of some from Mr. W. W, B. shows the results that YEW YORK SERVICE
(grand children). 16.5.50—In. | on ie spot, e property known aS/ joan of £11,000 under the provisions ; . . ‘ Amosan users get: “'T i Trenoh eames Arr.
White Hall”, consisting of one acre and | the above Act against the said Plantations, other body or Board inthe Island whose function is to Mouth and Pyorrhea for ten thie 4 N.Y .
SEY MONE “DOUGHER ant sy eonees io en oi atl bute Ganding ty respect of the Agricultural year 1950 administer to Public Health ot mr tect. Wile ‘nate ae | oo aay _
wi ell as . to 1951. —T * 7 mee jour i W sever teeth “THULIN” or 3
on the 16th 1949. a te on see ee Gait Phlinn an No money has been borrowed under 14.5.50—3n. were ting ori, all the ie, Te ee oo
In a grave gently sleeping . parish Sain: , the Agricultural Aids Act, 1905, or the many heard of this new : f » no
Where the green eo gently waves nen eee day of May, 1950,/ above Act in respect of suéh year ee ee ae ee ee ae ee discovery Ameeen, In 4 houre rusing | SOUTHBOUND a Te ree
Lies the one we loved #0 dearly iin the of twelve and four} “Dated this 10th day of May. 1950. Barbados Youth Movement | Amocon my gums had at S Sails faite Anive:
One we loved: but tot could save ee Geek FOURSQUARE ESTATES urp,| Weekly Activities and Mette ORIENTA threo days and in tds eens Fecind that Name of Ship Montreal Halifax Barbados
‘0 you who have a 8. By Rev. L. Bruce-C ©, jf may loose teeth were much tighter and that
E. S. Robinson, 2c > 2 WwW RA rch neil ss. “ALC ” i) ont > ay
ou tay paver knee” his value St Rts Sinsciee niece | a H - Se a : ” nM | . © Could oat She. hardess #8 goede as “ALCOR PENNANT" ey att May Sth vid ath
Until you see his vacant chair. District “c", | 19,5.50.—3n._- Leia tireakhy “wctivit of the Barbed Curios, Ivory, Teak, Sandal, Jewel- if Guaranteed ss, “ALCOA PATRIOT” May 26th May 24th June 9th
rout ovement are id on Mond e . mosan works
gen iee 10; be. remembered by ‘bis ioving 10,5.50.—7n. | THE SUGAR INDUSTRIAL AGRICUL-| See ens See ene oes es | tery, Brass Ware, Tapestrics, that it 1s guaranteed to ston yous nae | NORTHBOUND
= Faca oa. Gann tekken tah » + TURAL Bane ACT, 1943 tre, Tudor Bric G a ribet Carpets, ete, sree Seneons, end sore mol and tighten Arrives
rend: ‘0 the creditors holding specialty liens] | nl ea , . mi ; va os | r 5 our © your complete satisfaction or parbados
(mother). 16.5.50—1n| UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER arainat FOURSQUARE FACTORY, St ees Geer |- spew letese. «Deans af KASH MERE money back on return of empty package. s,s, “ALCOA POLARIS” May 1th For Montreal & St. Lawrence River
» bIp x est we fall | Por
IN loving memory of our Beloved | SY instructions received x will sell'on | irke Notice that we, the Owners of the| Ne!P.us lest we fal. suiering the angers sFom rheumatiam = «4 sTEAMER™ May ,28th For Montreal & St. Lawrence River
JEANETHA ALLAMBY who died May | S5Ursday nex’ lay, at 1 p.m. at St:1 apove Factory are about to obtain a + BRUCE-CLA! | ; an from your ‘ 1
Villa, St. Lawrence hi | chemist today under this iron-clad guaran- . orgs
la, rel Gap, near the Church, | + hy, af val Bu or * ‘
16th 1948. . ‘oan of £8,000 under the provisions of ; tec. You risk A STEAMER June 12th For St, John, Montreal and St. Law
Oh Saint of God, life’s voyage o'er, porphin Ay Sar a es eee the above Act against the said Factory, } a othing as the ‘ rence River Ports, r
Safe landed on that blissful shore, drawing room table: ore ahog. kidn 1 in respect of the Agricultural year 1950 . j osani::::: ee pro- These vessels have limited passenger accommodation
No stormy tempest now she dreads, | table; two painted deck chairs; one Cool to, 1951. @ i af ‘ x > F ects you. ee
No roaring billows lift her head: Spot ‘Ice Box; one mahog. Liquor chest; | , No.money has been bonrowed under me i) t; R EK | E ‘or Pyorrhea--Trench Mouth Apply: DA COSTA & CO., LTD.—Canadian Servi
2 ‘ s . . . . : # ote te adian Servive,
© happy Saint! For ever blest, one folding screen; one cordea drawing} Act in respect of such year. tt _ - ) ‘ ROBERT THOM LTD.—New York and Guilt Shwe
In that calm heaven of her rest. room table; table; six painted rush chairs, Dated this 10th day of May, 1950 ee.
Sylvia Allamby (daughter), Charles| four bentwood chairs; one oak Ice bucket are “FOURSQUARE FACTORY LTD t ——_—__-___
Allamby (husband), Hester Browne (sis-| With ware container; one Ice Cream a Owners. } i DE Sete ee So SENSE Ie a SR Menem TOR ui.
ter), Timothy Browne (brother), freezer; one quart without tub, two E.'S. Robinson, ; a 2) De eee
16.5.50—1n | MAhow, eee aercere: Ee Managing Director. is & dangerous thing ») “ |
———————————————— | Pain one large Cyprus wardrobe, one} 28-5-50.—8n }
room set; one large Cyprus wardrobe, one eae 7 It might be ’ @ but it 4 Radiation |
large clothes horse, and many other items ?} J | HO SEHOLD S ALES
FOR SALE of interest. NOTICE | De Cookery Book U Cc
Terms Cash s aes , Y ‘ in all the | A ni aeake
‘ D'ARCY A. SCOTT, NOTICE is hereby given that it is the i) sheaiea JUST A FEW LEFT
=——————————— ' ‘Auctioneer, | intention of the unde rsigned Osc AR GLORIOUS SHADES {
AUTOMOTIVE 13,5,50.—4n, Searesugne. AACA eee Seue Ni At your Gasworks, Bay st. |||
TERNAK, HARRY BURAK and JACOB ) ag ( 36th Edition r y ‘ , " ba
~ sn GAR Morris 10 HP. in pertect work: | pune Competition at my omee Victoria | HERSCH ALTMAN, persons of the Jew. ‘ . Wh $1.2 ‘“ ‘|| Price Only 4/6 } THE CENTRAL EMPORIUM
. S . E. Tryhane, Baga- ish Faith resident in this Islan v a fe wap * may 5 sou Z
; tele Plantation, St. Thomas. Stott he messuage or dwelling house| EUSTACE MAXWELL SHILSTONE. rep-){{ ) . = | (CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD.—Proprietors)
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PIPE—One Iron Pipe 19 feet long with The Jesirable freehold dwelling house (FORMERLY DIXON & BLADON ) } 1
Sshen Sitraeter Dial 3063, Parity Faber called CORRE: situate at Worthing, Real Estate Agent — Auctioneer -—— Surveyor | ’ r
ies Ltd. .5.50.—Tn. Gap leading the sea, ’ 7 "LAN TIONS BUILDING f \
The dwelling house comprises VYeran- | PHONE 4640 PLANTATIONS BUILDI | DIAL mM. J ) DIAL
SOUVENIRS—with Barbados Mono-| gan on 3 sides, drawing & dining rooms, | J ee : a ey | :
gram, Ash Trays, Cigarette Cases, Match' 3° pedrooms, Kitchen, Toilet and Bath| , <7 SCO Nn ene tte et te ete ope ste ete ei tee rpinigtet neo . : P le
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SWEEPSTAKE TICKET—Y. 1907.| The Building comprises: On the) open and closed Verandahs, Drawing, Dining, Breakfast n re pat " | 5
ceeerits Verily eee ce Caer tee, ae ae Seknomk: athe & Pantry, Kitchen, Store and Spare Room downstairs, 4 Bed- } Pere i
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County 102—3 In Follow-on
After Being Out For 193
West Indies (for 5 dee.) 537

LONDON, May 15.
SURREY needed 242 runs with seven wickets standing
to avoid an inning’s defeat by close of play on the second
day of their match against the West Indies at the Oval
here. Starting their’ second innings after tea 344 runs
behind, Surrey had scored 102 for 3 wickets when stumps
were drawn.

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ARRIVALS
M.S. Megna, 4,991 tons net, Capt
Payne, from British Guiana
Schooner Mary M. Lewis, 69 tons net
Capt. Marshall, from British Guiana
M.V Lady Joy, 46 tons net, Capt.
Parsons, from St. Lucia
8.S. Townshend, 1,943 tons net, Capt
Henrikson, from Grenada,
Schooner Lawille M. Smith, 74 tone
met, Ompt. Sealy, from British Guiana
Schooner Moltar M,, 49 tons net, Capt.
Sullivan, from Dominica via St. Lucia
S.S. Canadian Challenger, 3,935 tons
net, Capt. Scott, from St. Lucia
S.S. Mormack York, 4,601 tons net
Capt. Pierce, from Santos
S.S. Alcoa Roamer,, 4,623 tons net,
Capt. Pedersen, from Venezuela | HAIR CORDS
Schooner Marea Henrietta, 43 tons net,
Capt. Selby, from St. Lucia
S.S. Cottica, 2 tons net, Capt. Van
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Alcoa Polaris, 3,943 tons net, Capt. an
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Athei Ruby, 312 tons net, Capt.

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—« The County were soon in trouble

when they batted a second time

E 2 Eric Bedser leaving at 18 when he

mpire was leg before to Johnson after

scoring 8. Parker failed to repeat

D - t his first innings’ performance and

e eda was bowled by Worrell’s first

Y delivery with the score at 48. Fish-

; lock, however, batted well and

Carlton 2-1 completed his 50 in 58 minutes. He

and Constable added 49 for the

Empire defeated Carlton by the third wicket and then the latter
) edd goal in three on a rain soaked went to a neat catch by Rae.

ground in their return first division Johnson tried the Vauxhall end

football fixture which was wi't- for the first time and proved suc-

nessea before a fairly good crowd cessful while Worrell still pro-

al Kensington yesterday after- duced the occasional “bail-trim-

noon mer’, one of which dismissed

Carlton who drew first blood, |’arker who had looked fairly safe.

got their lone goal when Greenidge Williams conectled three bound-

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Carlton outside left sent in a good rounder, for at one period he TWO PAIRS played their. way into the semi-final '
bar) oa fa ha heal a mse payee aaah yy te round of the C. F, Harrison Cup foursomes over the week Fighting Bailey of Trinidad, THE BARBADOS MUSEUM
bar by “hes. . 3 +e . _C sae Ww arnteti are cently, S inni
; “The. pice goal had another aieeaie ities uceiind a ran, end at the Rockley Golf and eae oer ‘when ry. eauih to axes Bela Ralph, leading errs CAVE SHEPHERD & C0 Lap
shave when Lucas at inside left As a left-arm slow bowler, he ex- hitting Will Atkinson and Mickey Challenor won. their batbadde:: Middlaweight.-in’ the Tuesday, May 16, at 5 p.m. *
got possession and sent across a pends the minimum of energy. second match and Eric Manning, partnered by L. Sean ater ota programme to be 2
dangerous one from the left wing. Parker proved that the West Maskell. won their first, having drawn a bye in the first stagea at the Yankee Stadium on FEE FOR COURSE 2+: Se 10, 11, 12
The ball however went over the Indies’ bowling was not unplay- mena: 7 Tuesday, June 6th by Messrs Members of Extra-Mural Este 12 BROAD) SRRRES
bar. able and was unlucky not fin round. ‘ : ” ‘th Chandler. inti -
The Empire front line soon got anyone capable of ayine “pits Two other’second-round matches manding lead down a C. B. Layne and Keith Chandler. Association — 84e.
‘ going and Harper on the left wing him. His 94 included seven fours remain undecided but will be one hole still to play ath but .—~ ighti Bail rt as had Single Li 1
sent in a bullet which King saved. and’ occupied three and three played this week, In spite of a of halving the mate : yu ; Fighting Bailey who has ha Single Lecture — 18e,
Cariton were still on the hunt quarter hours. badly bruised finger Jack Egan, birdie that was needed was mo} victories over Marcel De Bros of
for goals and made a number of _ Surrey fared better at the second With Jim O'Neal as his partner, forthcoming. Martinique, Young’ Polar of

raids on their opponents’ goal. attempt. Fishlock batted well and @liminated E, J. Petrie and Don Curacao, Young Papacito of St.
They were however given two reached 50 in 80 minutes. Parker Clairmonte, but have deferred |. “Vaot Lucie-Smith and Martins, Slipping Tiger of Guade-
corners from the left side but looked safe when he fell to Worrell their match against Colin Bayley Niblock in the running, or rather loupe, Al Tunney of Trinidad,
without result. after scoring 19. and John Rodger until the last Nibloc f S ay ae aa Williams and Lawrence Assam of Trinidad,

Empire then took over and King Scores possible date, which is’ Thursday, the w alking, en at a has opened his training quarters
in goal was called upon to save Wikeatet suateae in order to allow Egan's finger to and Rolfe, who- never Were 4+ the Old Regal Club, Nelson
on one or two occasions as the A.’Rae c & b Laker 9g heal. David Lucie-Smith and lan down in the match a id seemed

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: . ©, Walcott Ibw. b A, Bedser Jag ‘Kinson, two play-off matches being Niplock left his’ bal between Galento, Sugar Ray Robinson,
peerees Beare pene bis. te sz necessary after they had tied in wijiams and the hole with the and Fearless Colin.
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from the wing, scored from a_, Fall of wickets: 1—9, 2-26, 3188, 4 Rolfe and N. J. Williams lock already have truaget h th khown Ideal Bivestont. Guttariktuis :
iidies. , 488, 5 Oe oe nae ia es 3 four matches and although they poms ie . ee Cu purh This Paint may be applied to new or old Cement, Asbestos
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¢rt.'to craw. level made a coy A Bedeer ........ 311.8 ae ink Veen CnaN enn > Quis they have won only one round. ; i as for his Sparring Payers stays on almost any surface. It will not chip, flake or peel and
centrated attack on the Carlton $urtidwe a1 2 106 0 |. ‘i hh mae tear of Now another play-off is neces- Al Mauler, Belfield Kid, and Gold- provides a washable, extremely durable and weather-resisting
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handled in the greek i ne E. Bedser c Valentine b Williams 37° down with only seven holes to The matches scheduled for this MAIL NOTICE
Symmonds who took the kick, Parker not out 94 » “nol » ience Week are as follows:
made no mistake Constable ¢ Christiani b Worrell 0 play. At that pomy Serer To-day < (Tuesday) — David Due to changes in the B.W.LA. Flights Special Thinners ...... at $1.80 per gin.
Oo = sgt iat, ‘arl Barton b Worrell ... 1 began to tell, however, and where pipet al ee y re Schedule effective 17th May, 1950, air
mn resumption, Carlton were Whittaker Ibw b Worrell 0 others might have collapsed com- Lucie-Smith and Ian Niblock vs mails for the undermentioned places will
first on the offensive and Warren Laker ¢ Goddard b Valentine 18 pletely in the face of such odds, N. T. Williams and Bernard Rolfe, be closed at the General Post Office at
their centre forward missed the Seen witine » Valentine 9 Atkinson and Challenor applied play-off, second round. ie BD. OD eRe nae Phone 4456.
upright with a hard grounder. Kirby b Gomez js the pressure, won the next four Thursday—J. O'D. Egan and Venezugia, St. Lucia, Martinique,
Empire then made a series of McMahon e¢ Christiani b Johnson 0 holes in succession and reversed James O'Neal vs Colin Bayley (u2tt!oure: Antigua and St. Kitts.»
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Saturday—Semi-final matches. 1sth May, 1950.

King proved equal to the task on
euch occasion
Wmpire again attacked and in ¢ Fall of wickets; 1—13, 2—63, 3—64, 4—

Total i9g-« three to play.
The youngsters then proceeded
to take the No, 16 water hole, put-

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goalwards but King was all there Sones 33 jl 2 they stood on the final tee with I Pou |
and had no difficulty in saving. Yilllams 13 4 “2 2 the match hinging on the last he See | THIS IS A SIGN OF SAFETY
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Pr te ; : ; A wg ‘ »
Carlton defence, Marshall on the Goddard a: =} 7 © Inniss there pulled his drive into soft rag ae ear* :
left wing after receiving, sent in pico, SURREY And INNINGS 53 the trap, and big Will Atkinson 5
a hard grounder which Robinson & Redser 1.b.w. b Johnson “; let fly a tremendous wallop to the ty i ah a yas
collected Stee yore. a 19 edge of the green. After that the | — TA, Ce. 1 WOE
In The Lead Marion nat out ane u youngners were: Abished xe eu ees ¥
i Empire soon put themselves in Extras 1 anning an Maskell out- yo
the lead when Taylor scored from i dal ieee ea — steadied R. P. Gooding and Dean ; a > S | OI
a centre by Harper on the left otal (for 3 wickets) 102 Klevan to win their second-round Pe ek |
wing. Fall of wickets: 1-18, 2-48, 3-97 match, 2 up: All square at the 7 pices
Carlton then tried to draw level . Reuter, turn they took three of the first “a Pied | Vor twice the shine in MAJOR ROAD |
and made some good movements four holes on the homeward 2 Spread it over S Polish lightly | half the tinte, fu . j
but failed to penetrate their oppo- stretch, and although the Good- he s , sae aes ) Pall the time, just use
nents’ defence i ing—Klevan t t this Sie glass: ang | ee Ry AHEAD
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raid, the Carlton defence got in 7'45 am’ Colonial Commentary. 8.00 2 I he W eather g

their way and sent the ball back From The Editorials, 8.10 a.m. Programme
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- Actieson |

‘Cold War’ As N.A.
Pact Talks Open

UN

reviewed, “cold war”

he presided at the opening of the four-day Atlantic Pact :
talks here this morning, usually

to-night.

John Goddard
Buys a Horse |

In a letter to our racing
correspondent “Bookie”, Mr.
John Goddard, skipper of
the W.I. cricket team, tells
that he has purchased “Head
Worker,” winner of the
Brighton Cup in 1946 and
1947.

John, writing from the |)
Star Hotel in Worcester says ||
that he has bought “Head |)
Worker,” a brown horse by |
“Rhodes Scholar” out of the
Felstead mare “Berette”
mainly as a breeding pro-
position, but as the horse is
still in training he may give
him a race in Trinidad at
Christmas. However, he will
definitely be sending him to
stud next season,

John Goddard also dis-
closes that he had a thrill
seeing the finish of the Two |
Thousand Guineas, and an-
other race while waiting on
the photo finish to get the
decision. He had a couple of
pounds on the winner him-
self. He also saw champion
sprinter “Abernant” in ac-
tion at Newmarket.

Among “Head Worker's”
nine wins, besides the
Brighton Cup over 1 mile 4
furlongs, are the July Hand-
icap at Brighton and the
July Handicap at Folkstone
twice.

STOP OIL
NEAR

— ie Warn



te







MOSCOW RADIO reported tonight that Russia had

warned Persia that reported

of Northern Persia bordering the Soviet Union
compatible with good neighbourly relations” laid down in

the 1921 Treaty between the



ON RECORD

TED STATES Secretary of Siaie

| virtually
jing attended by Foreign Ministers

| motion.

BORDER

Harchadas

___

intact qitiettinrceesaenyiaiia sian petereeanetasslimiesinsamiigs aie

/

|

reliable sources said !

Reviews

LONDON, May 15.
Dean Acheson
developments in detail when

The American State Secretary

monopolised the meet-

of the i2 Atlantic Treaty States.

A genera! debate centred on Mr.
| Acheson's policy speech was un-
derstood to begin at another
closed door session.

As the crucial talks opened
in the large concert room of
Lancaster House police broke
up a demonstration of students
carrying peace slogans.

_“We are not Communists”, one
girl demonstrator said, as police
dispersed them without any com-
Sation yesterday.
Mr. Acheson's opening review helmet.
followed the pattern set by his
already known plans for a con-
certed effort to stop the East’s
hard-hitting policy by _ total
diplomacy, the usually reliable
sources said to-night. It con-
tained no sensational new points.

Of ‘Labour
Party Planned

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)
LONDON, May lo.
West Indian political leaders
presently fm London for sugar dis-
cussions are expected to meet at
the House of Commons later this
week to talk over the formation,
of a West Indies Committee of the
Parliamentary Labour Party
Invitations are to be exten ‘le
to representatives of all colonies
including Mr. Ayub Eden from

Countries represented in the
Atlantic Council are Belgium,
Canada, Denmark, France,
Britain, Iceland, Italy, Luxem-
bourg, The Netherlands, Nor-

way, Portugal, and the United
States.

Defence chiefs present
the Foreign Ministers included
Admiral Richard L. Connally,
American Chief of Naval Forces
in European waters Sir Harold
Parker, permanent head of the
British Ministry of Defence and
Air Marshal Sir William Elliott








with



WI Committee!



British Guiana.
Prime movers in the formation
of the Committee are Grenada-
born Dr. Hyacinth Morgan, M.P.,
and Mr. M, G. Sinanan, lawyer-
{politician from Trinidad, who
has been trying unsucces:fully t
contact the island's Labour leader
Uriah Butler here in London.
Prey both feel that West Indies
federation can best be furthered
by direct help and guidance from
London, and are hopeful that at
the House of Commons meeting,
plans can be drawn for the first
big all-colony meeting to discuss
the practical workout of Federa-
tion proposals.
Already Mr. V. C.
Bradshaw, Leewards











British expert on Atlantic Pact
matters. —Reuter

SURVEYS

Russia
LONDON, May 15.

plans for oil surveys in area
“are in-

two countries.
The Soviet Embassy in Teheran

Pire and Mr
Islancis re



| presented a note fo the Persian |presentatives, have been eontarte
‘Government protesting against] with regard to this meeting, an
contracts concluded by the Iranian | poth have expressed approval o:
Oil Company with foreign oil the idea. .

PORTKNOCKIE, Banffshire,
Scotland,

A woman _ househoider
here complained to the town
council about a crowing cock
that woke her at 5 a.m. The
council decided to make a
recording to see if her com-
plaint was justified.

Ruth Has
A Daughter

SEROWE, May 15.
Ruth Khama, the tormer Lo.-
don typist wife of Seretse Khama



today gave birth to a daugh.er
after being rushed w the tocal
hospital here.

Her husband, Chief Designate}

of the Bumangwaito
permission to travel
in neignbour..1s Lobatsi
had time to arrive.
Both mother and child are re-}
ported weil. The baby was to be}
named Jacqueline. '

tribe given
irom
nad

vexkhe

nor



Beth Ruth and Seretse are
be banished from Bechuanaland
soon after the birth of their baby

to



The British * s
29-year-old. Seretse from the
Bamangwato tribal territory for
five years after a judical commis-
sion had examined his fitness to be
chief.. His marriage to a white
wife had been opposed in the tribe
by the regent, his uncle Thsekedi.

author bannes





CAPTAIN PARRIS g
complete with kit-boxes



| sian



companies for topographical and 7
geological surveys in these regions.

Quoting Persian Press reports

Tic
present

wil

Committee
entirely of

consist a
“overnmen’

a oa er a nas
the Soviet Note said that the Iran- |Party MI at en ey ad ne
ian Oil Company had bought have already indicate their ia-

| : < Nae ron
squipment for prospecting in the|terest to D: Morgan at
area. Contracts were also being —Reuter

signed with American experts to

carry out the work.
Alter. referring to the 1921 Ask Truman
Treaty, the note said ; ‘The Soviet

Government expects that the Per-
Government will take the

steps to remove the
the abnormal situation.” !

Dismiss Acheson

ATLANTIC CITY,
New Jersey,

necessary
cause of



2

1





The note accused the Persian! May 15
ie > accus i sig ae = By: 5
Government of taking measures | _ Senator Joseph MeCarthy (Re
“of military significance” in the| Publican, Wisconsin), —_ to-day
areas on the Soviet-Persian fron-| asked President Truman to dis-
tierg and added: “What is more, miss Secretary of State Dean
for the carrying out of these | Acheson, whom the Senator ac-
measures, foreigners are being!cused of betraying the United
brought in, and in particular,| States in Asia.
American experts.” The Senator who has charged
The note quoted Press reports | that Communists have infiltrated

of the organisation of the “Iranian a he
Oil Company,” Par et prospecting | the State Department, made his

and extraction of oil throughout | demand in a speech at this East
Persia, with the exception of areas | Coast resort —Reuter.
in the Anglo-Iranian Company's j

concession. ' More Money Voted



It said the company was con-
cluding contracts with foreign en-



terprises for aerial photographs as WASHINGTON, May 15
well as other surveys, “First and A senate House of Representa-
foremost” in the zone including | sives’ Costavancd 4o-dne’ saver
the north part of Khorosan, Gur- on $3,122,450,000 Foreign : Ai
gan, Mazanderan, a6 Gilyan tilbeeiain 50, gn if
rdering the Soviet Union. ’ - : . a
oo ee et Embassy have al- _ John Kee, Democrat, West
ready informed the Persian Gov- | V/rginia) Chairman of the House
ernment that in its opinion “ all | of Foreign Affairs’ Committee.
these works should be carried out! said he would bring the compro-

mise before the House for a vote
on Wednesday. —(Reuter)

by Persia
—Reuter.

not by foreigners, but

itself.”

nstructions after they have been



TWENTY-EIGHT recruits being fitted cut
Captain Frank Parris,

Wi.
Police







Kits from the Quartermaster stores at the Central

Supt. is helping one of the youngsters fit

28 Selected

For Police Foree

TWENTY-EIGHT
career yesterday morning.

RECRUITS started their Police

applicants and took their entrance examinations success.

fully, and have ‘been selected for appointment as members

of the Force.



Goodwill

In an interview with the
vocate” yesterday,

Michelin,

|

They were selected out of 600

“Ad-
Colonel
Commissioner of Police,



Price:

FIVE CENTS

Year



Condon

|

| §S. American

Dictatorships

HAVANA, May 15,

A motion submitted to the Inter-
American Association for Dem-
ocracy and Freedom by Argentine
Ernesto Sanmartino, asking the
sembly to send cables to dictators
condemning their governments in
Argentina, Peru, Venezuela, Col-
ombia, Nicaragua and Santo
Domingo was referred after dis-
cussion to the executive commit-
tee.

Sanmartino hotly defended his
proposal and as result there was
almost an incident between him
and Senator Juan Guichon of
Uruguay.

» The assembly elected an execu-
tive committee headed by Miss
Frances Grant of the United
States as president with the fol-
lowing members: Seratino Romul-
ji and Arnest Schwartz, North
American labour leaders, Milio
Frugoni of Uruguay, Cuban Min-
ister of Education Aureliano San-



as

chez Arango, Roger Baldwin,
North American, Andres Eloy
Blanco of Venezuela, German

Arciniegas of Colombia and And-
raul Haya de la Torre, a Peruvian
exiled in the Colombian legation
at Peru.

During the debate on Sanmar-
tino’s motion, Sanmartino — said:
“T can say that the dictatorship in
my country is of steel, but we are
going to overthrow it.”’—Reuter.



America Has
Left-Wing

Government

said; “A number of these recruits
e e have their Schoo] Certificates.” Ae OXFORD, May 15.
Mission He said that they are now be-| War Minister John Strachey to-
ing quartered at the District ‘A’| Hight said that the present United

States Administration was “one of

Ot, , sy ay : a oi
Mr.Fred Goddard, M.C.P., and ons oe wa will ane the four left-wing governments’ of
the Manager of the Marine} yo, will seoniva. ioimbarianatte the world today.”
Hotel, Mr. Jean Iversen, left} poiieo Duties, Law, Court Pitnhes He told American students here
yesterday by B.W.L.A fO8 Tre. Investig cata: tae ss that “outside Britain and Scandi-
Venezuela on a Goodwill Mission, ‘Aid and drill, and+at heal re navia, the United States adminis-
to encourage more Venezuelans} ¢, h'Sinonth ‘hep Will ee Ms tration a 1s probably more to
to spend their Summer holidays take. examinati i mt rs the lett if genera)economig: polioy
in Barbados. Their main idea] pe ae and point of ew, oan oo of sae
is to offer Venezuelans a round At the end of six months the or Lhe time the British
trip tour whereby they pay for pwecttiits who prove satisfactory in} Labour movement realised this.”
their entire visit before they] every respect will be passed out The tradition of the left-wing of
leave Venezuela, as trained Police Constables and] the British Labour movement, that
They were both optimistic] those who do not prove them-| America was the centre of world
about their visit and they expect] selves suitable will return to] reaction, was profoundly out of
to return on Saturday May 20. civilian life. date.
—_ — (Reuter)











~

--To get Venezuelan Dollars.











Russia Walks
Out—For
25th Time

MONTEVIDEO,
The Soviet member
of the fourth
United Nati as
on treedom of
the Press when
Montevideo to-day.
He left in protest against
presence of a Chinese
delegate, Mr. P. H
The chief Russian
Zonov, was not at
He had admitted
he Soviet !egation
was the 25th United
rom the
have alked out
because Chine Nationalists
were present instea®™ of represen-
the Pc kin Gover:

May 15

walked out
meeting of the
sub-Commission
information and
it opened in

the
Nationalist
Chang
delegate M
the meeeting.
deputy from
here This
Nations body
Soviet delegates
ince January

which





ives of
ment

~Reuter

Dockers Refuse
To Load War
Material

DUNKIRK, May 15
Dunkirk Harbour was paralysed
to-day when the authorities closed
the Labour Exchange after dock-
ers refused to load military equip-
ment on the “Monkay” due to sail
for Indo China,









Dee p Water The trouble started on Saturday
okie Must Stay when dockers who had undertaken
to load the freighter, decided later
es For not to load three locomotives and
In Germany military material.
| The local authorities then
_ Jamaica WASHINGTON, Mav 15 decided to hire dockers direct, bu
West German Chancellor Dr ao appe : pales. ard they thor
-ireados Advocate Correspondent) conre “ declared in an|4&cided that hiring would oc
; _ KINGSTON, Jamaica. aleve aubliah. . ogre to-day | discontinued altogether, until th
Machinery is at present arriv-| that Western allied trocps shoul, | ¢ockers charged their attitude
ing in the island for the construc-| remain in Germany “until th |, Meanwhile the “Monkay” wa:
tion of two deep-water piers, that | worst had passed.” j being loaded by foremen under
16 Ochio Rios and the other army protection —Reuter.
plant by the Kaiser Corporation He said he did not think wa:
ior Little Pedro, in St. Elizabeth,| would break out becaes ot
'as well as for the construction of | present developments in Berlin-| E
}other installations, including a He hg orl spr rinues by _e Expectant Mother
| processing factory in Manchester. | United States News and orld
} i \ lary work wi : Report, ani independent weekly A bo d g e ae
ie pelimir ary work will occupy net magazine, was given before ar Missing Ship
Reynolds Jamaica Mines, Lim- | ee rune: seneiene Reiseetent PORT OF SPAIN, May 15,
~ed, is financed by the Reynolds | ™mecehng } . ; —Reuter.| Aother Intercolonial schooner
Metals Company of the United | |—United Brothers (40 tons) has
Sta on a loan from the U.S. | ; becn reported missing 26 days
Economi Corporation Adminis- | after leaving Trinidad with ten
eae | SPORTS persons—the captain, an eight-
} man crew and one paseenger
= E s Carrying a cargo of 250 drums of
4 Urge Expulsion WINDOW eee is et
CAIRO, Mav 15 Trinidad on April 18 for Union!
supported by ~ Saudi Everton meets Y.M.P.C. in their Island off Antigua. The lone
J he Lebanon and Syria Second Division return match at passenger, Mrs. Mulzac, wife of
tunight demanded Jordans ex- ne ware this evening. On the a printer was returning home t
| from the Arab League have her first baby. The husband |
Iraq mer ked for time irantic through the lack of news
c the spective Gov i pending all hi pare time at}
jernments when the matter came the hipping agents awaiting in-
bef the Political Committee of formation. The agent have not
tt b League meeting here. received any new Monday
Reuter Oan. Press











“SUGAR DELEGATION

| Will See Griffiths
On Wednesday

(From Our Own Correspondent)

LONDON, May 15

MR. ALBERT GOMES of Trinidad is Chairman

of the West Indies Sugar delegation at present

in London for discussions with His Majesty’s
Government.

He was elected at a private meeting of dele-

gates at the West India Committee this morning.

a

, The only. representative ~ not

. present was Mr, C, A. Beaubrun

Cold Attacks (Windwards) who has not yet
arrived here,

Marshall After the meeting Mr. Gomes

told me there was complete

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent) agreement among the delegation.

LONDON, May 15. He revealed also that His Ma-

Roy Marshall continues to jesty's Government had sug-

be dogged by bad luck, He gested a meeting for to-morrow

bday we ts morning but it had been turned

Oe. Nee Sees te) Papcee down by the West Indian Dele-

the match against Surrey to-



day, and returned to his gation because they wanted more
hotel with a bad cold. Tres- time to talk over their plan of
trail fielded as substitute in action.
his place, It is expected however that
Mr. J. M. Kidney also fell the delegation will havea pri-
a victim to the change in vate interview with Mr. James
eee ever oe Were te Griffiths, the Colonial Secretary
and he was absent from the > sday
Oval today with a slight at- “A weneneainy arvemoon :
tack: of tiftoense This will probably be their
Tonight the sanyh with the only opportunity to talk to him
exception of Marshall, who oe he nag May 20 for a
retired to bed, were enter- visit to Malaya,

No other Ministers
ed to be present at the meeting,

To-morrow morning, delegates
will have the second private meet-
ing of the West India Committee
at which they will set out the syn-
thesis of their views.

After the meeting they
be entertained to lunch
Majesty’s Government

tained to dinner by the Sur-
rey Cricket Club

are expect-

Labour Nets
85 Seats i

are
by
at

LONDON, May 15. Savoy Hotel.
Labour to-day claimed an Mr. James Griffiths is expect-
over-all net gain of 85 seats infed to be in the Chair



last week's nationwide local Gov- —=

ernment contest results which “4 rae

are nearly complete Shoots I hree And
Conservatives claimed tha, in

the contests in 378 larger town

; Kills Self

they had 317 gains including

po gain of 97 seats from Social- MANITOBA. May 15.
F Leonard Spence, aged 30, shot
Most of the Labour victories ; i. es ’

“ se oe dead his wife, her sister and
eee “=e eee ne — father, seriously wounded _ his
listricts a Ww role oe € o mother-in-law and then,olilled
tions — showee no speetaculary himself on @ farm near here last
‘hange in the position of Social- night, .
ists and Conservatives.



Spence was fom, wth is chin
resting on the” Write;

police said.—Reuter.

THREE DIE IN

The Communists with a pecord
1umber of candidates in the fieid
sained no seats and lost seven.

In the polls which in the final







results may prove to be among
the lightest on record power RAIL CRASH 3
changed hands in a_ relatively ST. ROSE DU LAC, :
small number of contests, Labour ty MADRID, May 15
claimed that it secured control of Three people were killed, sev-
15 authorities and lost control of | eral injured—three seriously— and
seven 48 treated for minor injuries when
ix carriage of a train over-
turned on a broken rail at Valde-
“BAN THE moro near here today Reuter,
7, 9
ATOM BOMB FOOD POISONING
BERLIN, May 15. IN HOSPITAL io
All members of the bast German wl LONDON, May 9»
Cabinet to-day signed a “ban tha The coroner to day peers S
atom bomb’ resolution for which | {vestigation into the deaths y
several millions of signatures food poisoning of four patients a

St. Luke’s Hospital, Chelsea

A hospital official said that all
the deaths appeared to be the
result of a meal,—Renter-

already been collected in a

~ inspired anti-atom

in the Soviet Zones
—KReuter

huve
Communist
bomb drive



Good Wines
are like good

saRUESie.

K.W.V.

Sparkling Franschbock
White,

Try

pee -

AND
Sparkling Roogcherg
Red


PAGE TWO









BARBADOS ADVOCATE





TUESDAY,



MAY 16, 1950



e e "PARIS, where the mid-season fashion shows give a pre-view of Pills—39
les for summer—and “‘devil-may-care’’ adds up to smartness. 3 ills—
seamen Rupert and the Dragon
aa oe ‘ ea
RIGADIER Mrs. A. S. ’ ‘
sean secand from THE SPINNER R. Ga eae Serre %

Trinidad yesterday morning by
B.W.1.A. on a short visit and will
be guests at the Marine Hotel.

During his stay, Brigadier Mav-
rogordato hopes to have discus-
sions with the Governor, Colonial
Secretary and other officials as
well as to se@ how the new run-
way is progressing.




~

HUGHES left yesterday by
the “Cottica” en route to England,
but will first visit Trinidad and
Dutch and British Guiana. The
ship also calls at Madeira. Mr.
Hughes is one of the Attorneys of
Messrs William Fogarty Limited,
ond is on leave. They hope to be
away for three or four months,



Be Pp tut )



He is Managing Director of “ :
Messrs J. N. Harriman and Com- Returned to B.G. Rupert's departure 1s sé sudden it is goifig to turn over and come
pany Oh R. AND MRS. LUI PSAILA that he loses sight of the starting down, All at once chase. ie =
n Honeymoon who spent their honeymoon lace at once. For some moments and the great container, wit!
R. AND MRS eaten SAM- SONNY in Barbados at the Crane Hotel is quite dated, but afrer a time in it, drops off. od fy he :
AROO artived from San RAMADHIN [eft by the “Alcoa Pilgrim” on he opens his eyes and finds the land wiih an _ ng hi
F di terday t cl thei Saturda for British Guiana, rocket © streaking through great gasps. But, unknown P =.
ernando yes ay to spen ir where they live. layers of cloud. Gradually it changes something is happening above
oe Mining” alll Boi Time Off! its direction, and roars along as if head.
staying at Indramer 1 $

Worthing. The¥ will be here for
two weeks.

Returned to Caracas
ISS LIANA CAVALIEROS,
‘ the attractive Secretary of

West Indian RAMADHIN has
already shown his ada to
Beas seal
Londom Bapress Seretes.

The Only East Indian

AKING time off from tennis
on Saturday night were Mr.
and Mrs. “Fuchi”’ Nothnagel, Mr
T. Schjolseth, Mr. Arnaud de Ver-
teuil and Mr. Peter Waddell, who
were seen enjoying themselves at



tight-fitting,







GLOBE

“El Conde” Hotel in Caracas, re- ,, . Club Morgan. TO-DAY 5 & 8.30 P.M.

turned to Venezuela by B.W.LA. ONNY” RAMADHIN, of San First Intercolonial Tour ;
over the week-end. She was here Fernando, the only East OMMANDER Charles Hay- JAMES BARBARA AVA VAN
for two weeks staying at the Indian in the West Indies cricket ward who is oh a business

Paradise Beach Club. team, has been pfesented with a s MASON STANWYCK GARDNER HEFLIN

Engaged
HE ENGAGEMENT was af-
nounced on Saturday between
Mr. Ray da Silva, son of Mr. and
Mrs. L. M. da Silva of George-

nice round sum of money by In-
dians in England who wish him
well. His colleagues in Trinidad
had already sent him over there
with a new hide cricket bag.
“Sonny,” ineidentally, has so far

visit through some of the Carib-
bean Islands toki Carib during
his short stay here that he hoped
to return to*Trinidad in time for
the first Intercolonial Basket Ball
tournament between Trinidad and
Barbados which commences in

Now The Pocket

Begins -

To Tell °

town, B.G., and Miss Dorothy acquitted himself “well on the Trinidad duri the fi : : : , ‘ RSE,
Eckstein, daughter of Mr. and English wickets. Fear He Seats rey > (By POPPY RICHARD) Women u’ . on : ee APE. ‘Sean nes ari ee the
Mrs. Georgie Eckstein, of ‘Casa- Dineetor of Advertising ‘day's play of the Savannah— PARIS, {touches will have to achieve | truder because it is not like the

blanea, Maxwell Coast.

Mr. da SiJva, who is on the staff
of the Royal Bank of Canada has
been in Barbados since July 1949.
He has now been transferred to
their Kingston Branch and he left

island as she would have liked,
yet she was impressed by what
she had seen, She hopes to return
again for a further. stay.
On Holiday
A the recent easton
from Trinidad by B.W.LA.
for a holiday are Mrs, N. Massiah
of San Fernando who is up for a
month and Mrs. o D’Andrade of
Khan’s Studio, Port-of-Spain, who

R. AND MRS. D. C. BYTH-
ELL arrived on Saturday
from Montreal by T.C.A. They
have already visited Jamaica and
Nassau and will leave here on

DIN and their daughter,
Louise left Barbados Faas ney by
B.W.LA., for Trinidad. Mr, Blon-
din, better known as “Blondini,”
the Magician, told me that he will
not be returning to Barbados but
is touring the W.I. with the
French pianist, Gabriel Raclet.

hey also plan to visit British
uiana, Curacao and Panama.
When they finish their tour,
‘Blondini’ says he will then decide

Tranquility. tennis tournament.

Commander Hayward, who is
President of the T.A.F.A., as well
as the Trinidad Amateur Boxing
Association, is a close follower of
sport in the Caribbean.





aa ae 8,
magrand ogous we Dale. (3)

a

. Easier the purchase when un-
ground ? (3)



Down

1. Wpep you're in this you are not:
tar away. (8

Â¥ Fancy. in age I'm different. (7)

le the asp it means am! 0.

+

i

DRESSMAKERS’ mid-season
collections are giving up to sum-
mer designs—and al] have used
linen lavishly.

It is as smart as chiffon, which
makes the only really feminine



Hastings, Also here on holiday
with her family is Mrs. Colin
Alleyne, Ralph's sister, the former
Miss Patricia Eckstein. She is
staying with her husband’s
parents, Dr. and Mrs. F. Alleyne
at Bush Hall.

Well Send It Back!
RRIVING yesterday from
British Guisya via Trinidad

their effects almost surreptitious-
ly, to preeern‘e the up-and-down
line.

Chiffon handkerchiefs may be
fluttered in the hand or slipped
casually under a belt to cascade





Lois Achurch who is on her first
visit to Barbados, about which she
has heard so much. She is in the
Montreal Office of T.C.A. and she
will be here for two weeks staying
at the Ocean View Hotel. Miss
Achurch has been with T.C.A. for
two years,

Off. to The U.S.A

Striped knee-length pants (left), slit at the sides and
are Schiaparelli*s idea for the beach
Umbrelia sunshine hat in candy pink nylon Bove:
ean be rolled into a ball (Dior),

Out-Of-Place

In each of the following sets of

words, one is out-of-place, that

is, there is some obvious particu-

Jar quality it doesn’t share with

the other three. For example, in

others, a quadruped. Ags a test of

your I. Q, spot the intruders in

these:

1. Eagle, ostrich, wren, sparrow.

2. London, Paris, New York City,
Moscow,




night
WEDNESDAY, MAY

17TH

@
THE MIGHTY TIGER,

fast Side,

West Side

GANETY (The Garden) ST. JAMES

Last Show TONITE 8.30 —
ERROL FLYNN in

WARNER’S THRILLER !
“SEA HAWK”














for Jamaica on Sunday by B.W.1L.A, Thursday to visit Trinidad and : : 2 > sncereall - : :
or Ja ca oO! ; y by Bermuda. Mr. Bythell is Directcr Team Now Complete models, standing out dramatically a eee cage slim 3. Violin, trumpet, oboe, flute. WaunSeP AY and FHURSDAY (Only) 8.30 P.M.
Taking Pictures of Advertising, T.C.A., in Montreal 1 oe, eae 4. Salmon, mackstel, help, od. Wainer MrT DOES
18S ELIZABETH HIBBS was and they are staying at the Ocean ISS MILDRED CAMBRIDGE, er masculine cevil-may-care fight Wetatn fee ca vedinn vorear Bi iti Mexico, Rrriseariend, “IT ALL CAME TRUE” & “HIDDEN HAND”
on shore yesterday off the View Hotel. i the last member of the Tran- The pencil-slim -silhouette is Temaing uncertain, but more and. -oygndaz ¥ you sf uopomg “¢ -ysy e@ 20U! #1 Humphrey Bogart and Ann Sheridan — with Willie BEST
“Fort Townshend” takjng pictures Also from Montreal and with quility team to arrive here, came tained for summer. drawn in ™ore interest is shown in long UM “% uauNAsU; pum w you st UIT
of the island. She was taken T.C.A,, is Mr. Jack Robinson who jn on Sunday by B.W.1.A. from] PMnec for summer, Crawn in odels. The theatrical crinolines, 72!4 (8, Av? Wwirdes w you st 4x04 MON
around by Miss Joan yee of the arrived on Saturday, He will spend Trinidad and is staying with the just a shade tighter—or this is han tik tie aaetie’ Uave been | sp youueD YyoLNsO auZ “T : woNNtog
Barbados Publicity Committee. his two weeks here at Cacrabank. fest of the team at the Ocean|the effect a top-heavy bodice ralitcad to. ‘bulk i
She is taking pictures, for Furness Intrigued View Hotel. on to cee ~— OEE raion adi: ogarsa vhe this
. t hi as well as for rs ‘ is also a bit shorter), 7 ee .
ver Oba organisation, which sells - All the interest is concentra- Smartest evening fabrics and } AQUATIC CLUB INEMA (Members Only)
pictures to various magazines, MR. DA COSTA, an intran- CROSSWORD | ted on bodices cut with a scooped- tle has an important say. TONIGHT TO THURSDAY NIGHT AT 8.30
travel agencies, steamship com- sit passenger on the “Cottica” out neckline, finished with Boutique clothes and acces~ MATINEE : TOMORROW AT 5.00 P.M.
panies, ae: ry yesterday was most intrigued to P enormous tailored revers, seem- ‘O'S are as important as ever. RAY MILLAND : ANN TODD : GERALDINE FITZGERALD
The U.S.A find that there was a store in ing to broaden shoulders which Seeeped fabrics are used for play in “SO EVIL MY LOVE”
Back To e U.0.A. Bridgetown bearing his name, Ho | actually slope again, But the clothes Spindle OF pinate pants with LEO G. CARROLL : RAYMOND HUNTLEY
took a picture of the building smartest frocks are sleeve-less “% Worn with striped tuck-in MARTITA HUNT
> i = ahd ae from the sidewalk of the Advocate RM | and unpadded, jersey or jerkins, or vice versa. A Paramount Picture
of Brooklyn, U®.4, Stationery. — ; ;
home on Friday evenin, Beret ts Top Fath tucks striped jersey tops
wr A via Trinida Sunny Weather Please Enormous hats—large coarse into linen trunks, covering them
after spending a holiday here. straw beekeeper styles or tree with a half-length box jacket,
gad — waying with Mts. APTAIN R. J. WHITE, who is mendous machine-stitched fabric lined, with a spectacular contrast. A GREAT CALYPSO
V. Ramsay of Hindsbury Road. a B.W.LA. pilot, has been cartwheels—increase the mush- Linings are important... batita SHOW
Mrs. Moore is a sister of Mrs. flying sar oo re _ ne room impression, because it generally means that a AT Last 2 Shows To-Day 5 & 8.30p.m.
re Viel i 1 d idad by BWLA, accompanied by These outsize capelines are a ant Dadtiiae poiee ‘ciel ea Bob HOPE in oe THE PALEFACE o
a VARDUN, METBOUSE Senay cae crac or Cie te, tas ae ee “nee wan tee French dressmakers still love ( L U B — AND —
ENA , ¥ § * § r to cut a das ey are
Ms) Roseau,, Dominica, who fence Hotel. This is his third Across ultra-simple cut, but the really slowly begianing to wie ote * SPEED TO SPARE ° = with Richard arien
was holidaying here for the holiday in Barbados, and he ‘x » egg) Ogwn, Rent ciwiy eninge | chic all-purpose hat remains the client's pocket + ee ee
past two weeks as a guest looking forward % eee of Kentucky's adenbours, beret. , : Es WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, 5.00 &° 8.30 P.M.
of Mrs. Robert Yearwood of My sunny weather. Yesterday’s rain ‘ Shahan the teaee 1S. Dorothy LAMOUR in :
's Hi te to return Was not very encouraging. ie cr —- wi
ae? aa ae m by the C sai v ‘ i oe es , For Short Visit “MANHANDLED” with Dan DURYEA.
Tt rca ata RE a (Miter 2 Yen Win TA Og
She told Carib tha’ was 2. Knox ne. . arbados for a short holiday - /
first euaii 1o Baroudee and although R. AND MRS. PIERRE BLON- 26. , and is staying with his uncle My, RRIVING by T.C.A. on Satur- oO morrow
she had not seen as much of the . Reggie Eckstein at ‘Maple Manor day from Montreal was Miss































0. ‘The: (3) by B.W.1LA., was Mr. J. J. Rod- 7
will Rede etaying at “Accra,” Nhether he. will be returning to « Harp, pay,pe te gasepiazune’ |rigues. He is here for three weeks ISS MARJORIE HAYNES, ae rr
Rockey Canada or going over to Eyrope. . Name @iven to s luxuty ooach cao ezine ae Mr. od Mss who left Barbados on Sunday 1 5 y
Sm . is » ‘ abrol of ‘Fleris ila” morning by B.W.LA, is on her! and é yi
a iret Time Were Married Here ui haven‘t. you y eee ae eee oe —o. a a way to New York where she will SMALL ISLAND 4
No . 11. To strike tt by oo tmeans|!D'Aguiar Brothers in B.G. His continue her career as a nurse, SMALL ISLA PRIDE . a
ESTERDAY Pan gg Pideire vata eo Vocals is eee (el ag Aewtinn,' 10 only ecomment on the rainy She has been practising nursing i . ; i
=. vonenud ee to "the esterday by B.W.LA. Mr. Mum- 1 To tow with it lessens oppost~ weather was that he must haye for the past twelve or thirteen sage : Mentholatum’ relieves pain so
air strip at Guade eupe aad er wae with the Shell Re- 6 Vion. <4) ie ob ie brought it with him from B.G. years here and has her RSI. In their Carnival quickly that it seems almost like
ae Gadiieed.” Mr. “Benidict finery at Cardon and has been in trade, (8) . © Grocery’! Captain White would probably Public Health Certificate. She will! Costumes singing the magic. You can feel its cooling,
‘ i { ; ate 1 , ine to tej < %e : ‘ e :
Guin of rernan, i, Antes, Mere, Yotatech, wey aeemeersecas| em Mek! MS ne Me re bsp tes Calypies Seneca ae eee
was among the first p sf oat ad ent: Gieopatra; 18, Oars 21: . aa ee
making & {tip (0 the “French ot ot eat iar a ee ua ae gan: We tne Ge - CRYPTOQUOTE—Here’s how to work it: e iy to use ‘Mentholatum’”. Just rub it
ASB WA plane also called at the Ocean View Hotel. Mrs. &l6bei 4 bs, . Aael: AXYDLBAAKXR PI STC where the pain is and the pain
there over the week-end and Mumagry arrived in Barbados on Pptangie: 9. Bmeraid: 10. show; 19, Tea: is LONGFELLOW ease make — Peas That is all you have to do to
went on to the new airport in the “Golfito’s” last trip from RP a ae One letter simply stands for another In this example A 1s used Reservations i speedy relief from Headache, Nerve
Martinique. England. ve ae Ne ter the three L's. X for the two O's. etc, Single letters. apos- Farly. @ Pains, Faceache and Aching Limbs,
trophies. the length and formation of the words are all hints. Dial 4000 Get some of this wonderful and
W , ‘ Each day the code letters are different. 1c stop that pain Se ee Make ,
sure you get genuine latum’
BY THE AY By Beachcomber A Cryptogram Quotation e (ask. Ati MENtHOdaED .
' SGN PB WM, BCZM- -
I see that Mayfair is suffering Opera at Snigglefield — %tresses there and scenery and TM ACBGN PB BDEHJWM c Members s
from an epidemic of bogus noble- ye mete, eae | Ele PJW DTMEM PB CK FHPJ HIN
men. That surprises me. HE bandmaster, who was also frida, “must be trained to like bet- =



“Who's goin’ to train ‘HIWM—~FECLDMB
asked the bandmaster. ae

“Tr
The band- _ . Cryptoquote: FAREWELL, A LONG FAREWELL,
head and} TO ALL MY GREATNESS'—SHAKESPEARE

ter music.

the blacksmith, laughed
heartily when Elfrida Thwacker
attacked him. “We're all right at
a rousing march of a selection «4
the green,” he said. “But I don't

In the old days you could easily
get asked out to dinner or even to
a eountry house-party if you call-
ed yourself Baron von Schneckels-

‘em
am,” snorted Elfrida,
master scratched his
laughed so _ merrily
Thwacker retired in anger to find



that Mrs. |

ROYAL Worthings

see our lot at Covent Garden. Last Two Shows To-d
agethochstein, But 1 should have Thousands of'virelins.” “We shali * SOPF#0. &830
i asily begin in a@ small way,” said . M.G.M. Presents - - -
remtaurant has FeGson te seems Go ees imacN®, Wonder.” replied Farret on @ Tightrope Van JOHNSON
a party given mber the bandmaster. There’s not He had tried to teach a dog to Thomas MITCHELL

years ago. The sec-
retary of His Imperial Highness
the Archduke Konrad of Weis-
senau-Aufwiedersehen booked the

many on_us to drown all that
singing. I wouldn't say old Fred
Cox couldn't blast ‘em with his

walk the tightrope. but had failed. —in—

“ROMANCE OF ROSY
(News item.) RIDGE”





trombone, but you wouldn't ul E bably f t to give it z
table and ¢ an ca probably forgo Oo give a
amiseteandh a 1 — all the that opera,” “I wouldn't,” said Japanese sunshade. An old witti dn Tins and Jars. Made only by
Tiare were th guest oes, ete. Elfrida grimly. “Mind you,” said sailor did once succeed in teach- Je L @ The Mentholatum Co., Ltd. (Estd. 1889), Slough, England. ©
Set eee eesbeton tine tes Reid we font were, nee ot in bore ing a parrot to walk the te ap gp oe a oe Rt: Also at Buffalo, N.Y U.S.A.

ery swee e invited in a few friends to see

Gis wedebe batten “ to sign if you take me, Our audiences like the bird. perform, They all roared EMPIRE init
very red, and finall ated, grew the hearty stuff. Give 'em‘a solo with laughter at the absurd spec- ;
atthe foot of the bil T dont be- stan yeing for Sohne at igs Wale, ad, the, Mart alway iat el |
; t? s 0 S i S
lieve he was a genuine archduke Queen, You wouldn't at ue i across, stopped, tossed its head, continuing

and shrieked, “Very funny, no

doubt, but damnably difficult !”

In case
you need
HARNESS

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FULLBACK”

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TUESDAY, MAY 16, 1950

Jamaica Has
— $50,000,000
Budget

(Barbados Advocate Correspendent)
KINGSTON, Jamaica.

The 1950-51 Jamaica Budget
provides for a revenue of $50,-
005,000 of which ordinary rev-
enue of $45,162,000 and the rest
C.D. &W. grants; and for a to-
tal expenditure of $52,296,000, of
which $44,914,000 is ordinary ex-
penditure and the rest C.D. & W.
expenditure. ,

The Budget was presented to
the House of Representatives on
Tuesday by the Governor and
anticipates a deficit of approx-
imately $2,291,000, which will be
met from the colony's dwindling
accumulated . reserve ‘balance,
which stood at only $7,192,210 on
April 1, 1950, after having been
drawn on to meet last year’s de-
ficit.

The year 1949-50 will end with
a deficit of approximately $1,500-
000, computations not having
been completed, instead of a
surplus of $35,000 as originally
estimated. The change in the
financial position was primarily
due toa short-fall in Customs
and Excise collections amounting
to almost $2,000,000, which was

due to. restrictions on buying
from hard currency areas, and
the devaluation of the £ in

September last.
Control

In a preface to the Budget, the
Financial Secretary said that
strict control of Government ex-
penditure must now be exercised
in that it was clear that in as-
sessing the scale of Government
commitments, and the ability to
meet them, an anxious eye
should look beyond Jamaica to
the trend of world trade, At
present it should be assumed that
no substantial improvement in
revenue should be relied on un-
less the productive power of Ja-
maica itself can be increased.

The only taxation measure in
the Budget is an increase in
Stamp Duties to yield an addi-
tional $100,000, but other heads
a@f revenue are estimated to yield
additional income this year with
increased efficiency in collection
methods.

Biggest revenue source is Cus-
toms which amounted to 36.45
per cent of the colony’s revenue
last year. Second is Income Tax,
which according to latest figures
is paid by only 24,097 persons
out of a total population of
3,889,000, This minority of 1.78
per cent of the population, with
5'4 companies and 21 societies
paid 21 per cent of the ordinary

revenue. The Colony’s public
debt on April 1, 1950 stood at
$C9,308,680.

The Budget is now being

studied by the House of Repre-

spniabhs. in Standi Finance
ommi

prior to ng debat-
ed in the House.



Farewell For
Justice Crane

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)

CASTRIES

His Honour, Acting Chief Jus-
tice Crane declared that he would
have preferred to remain in St.
Lucia instead of proceeding to his
new post as Chief Justice of Brit-
ish Honduras, but “in these cases
the choice of the officer is not that
which matters. If you will have
promotion, you -will have to com-
ply with the circumstances.”

Members of the Bar turned out
In large numbers to say farewell
to His Honour.

Honourable

Keith Alleyne,
Crown Attorney, observed that
His Honour had served in St.
Lucia during some very difficult
years. His complete grasp of the
system of jurisprudence which is
unique in St. Lucia was particu-
larly noticeable when after ad-
judicating French Law in St, Luata

is Honour proceeded to Domin-
ica where he adjudicated English
Law.

His Honour had devoted a con-
siderable amount of time and
energy in organising the Laws of
the colony and but for His Hon-
our’s impending departure, the
Laws of St. Lucia would have
been completely organised and
published.

Honourable Allen Lewis pointed
out that by His Honour’s grasp
of the facts and the Law relevant
to any case, the series of judg-
ments handed down had placed
the Laws of St, Lucia on a sound
footing for other judges to follow
as well as the Lower Courts. Mr.
Lewis also regretted that His
Honour’s departure would impede
to some extent the important work
which he had undertaken of re-
visiig the colony’s laws,

His Honour said that he had
enjoyed immensely working in
these parts for nearly four years








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“ But we live in a harsh
world, old boy...”

“By ail means keep
idealism in view, but...”



Wins Against PNP

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)

KINGSTON.
The third election petition to
follow the December general

elections ended yesterday in a
win for the returned candidate,
Mr. T. N. Golding, J.L.P., mem-
ber for Western St. Catherine,
who retained his seat against the
petition of Mr. B. T, Lawson, the
losing P,N.P., candidate.

The two weeks’ hearing the
Court examined evidence in con-
nection with the corrupt practi-
ces charged and found in favour
of the respondent,

The first petition brought by
a J.L.P., losing candidate
against the P.N.P., winner was
withdrawn, The second petition
brought by J.L.P., losing candi-
date against a P.N,P., winner
was upheld on the technicality
tnat the winning candidate was
not qualified to hold the seat
having had a contract with Goy-
ernment at the time of his nom-
ination and subsequent election,
The score was evened when a
J.L.P., member, Mr. O. A.
Malcolm, who had been elected
Speaker of the House, was dis-
qualified from membership on
conviction in the criminal courts
for an eleetion breach, -

In the meantime Mr. G. W.
Aabuthnott-Gallimore (J.L.P.)
who brought and wen the secon’)
petition is elaiming the seat on
the ground that he was the
eandidate properly nominated in
the constituency, and the matter
is now before the Attorney Gen-
eral for clarification. Mr. Galli-
more will test his claim in the
Supreme Court if the Attorney
General decides against him and
Btate that a by-election is
necessary. ;

The fourth and final election
petition to be heard shortly is
that of the ex-Mayor of Kingston,
Mr. L. G. Newland, General
Secretary of the BI.T.U., who
lost his post as Mayor when the
House was prorogued last Nov-
ember He is petitioning against
Mr. N. N. Nethersole, the Deputy
Leader of the P.N.P., who won
the seat in the heaviest poll
recorded in the elections in the
Central St. Andrew constituency.

At present two seats—one
P.N.P., and one J.L.P., are
vacant in the House awaiting

either a court order or a by-
‘election to fill them.



Fears For

Legislator

(Barbados advocate Correspondent)
CASTRIES
Concern is felt over the safety
of the Honourable Louis G. Augier
MeVane, Elected Meimber for the
Western District, who left for St.
Lucia on Friday, May 12 at 3.00
p.m. by the 8-ton motor yacht of
British registry en route to St.
Vincent where he is to represent
the local legislature at that col-
ony’s Silver Jubilee of the Legis-
lative Council,
Up to 10.30 on Sat
no news was av

lay morning
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water.

LUX KEEPS ALL
DAINTY CLOTHES LIKE NEW!

Bauxite
Production
In 1952

(Barbados Advoeate Correspoudent)

KINGSTON,
Three Aluntinium Companies
will operate a $110,000,000 Baux-
ite production industry in Ja-
maica, with production starting
in 1952 when ail installations

are expected to be laid down.
At the peak the industry should
produce 3,000,000 tons of, bauxite
per year and employ’ several
thousand Jamaican workers. In
the meantime 1,000 workers will}
be employed daily at peak by
Reynolds Jamaica Mines, Limit-
ed, in St. Ann, during their de-

velopment grogramme which has}

already started and which will
continue for two years, with the
building of a deep-water pier
Ocho Rios and the laying down
of other necessary installations.
Jamaica Bauxites Limited, in
Manchester, will employ 1,750
workers per dev at peak during

the development and production |

stages,
and
also

and Kaser Aluminium
Chemical Corporation will
offer considerable

panies will use Jamaican work-

ers in their agricultural opera- |

tions.

An official document giving
details of the plans for Baux-
ite mining in Jamaica and the
arrangements between the
Government and the com-
panies was presented to the
Legislature this week by the

Governor, Sir John Huggins,
G.C.M.G.
Up to the present about $7,-

500,000 of the $110,000,000 in-
vestment has been spent by the
companies in the purchase of
properties and in development
By rough computation it is esti-
mated that the reserves of baux-
ite-bearing lands held by the
companies contain at least 130,-
000,000 tons of bauxite, Not all
these reserves however are mine-
able ,

Education Month

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)
KINGSTON.
_ The Jamaica Department of
Education has completed plans for
an Education Month to be obsery-
ed throughout the Island in June,
with the aim of giving the public
a clear knowledge of the work in
education and to establish a deeper
tie between parents, teachers and
children in respect of school and
college activities.

During the month a panel of
lecturers selected with the assist-
ance of the University College of
the West Indies, the British Coun-
cil and other education organisa-
tions will be available to schools
throughout the Islands.

The Education Month Commit-
tee of the Department will not
confine its activities solely to the
elementary schools but has
arranged for interchange of visits
to colleges, secondary schools and
agricultural schools in an effort to
broaden the horizon of the one for
the other.









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Lux washing means extra life
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safe in the mild Lux
lather and can be washed
perfectly even in cold




“After all, the Conservatives
have inherited: the mantle
of Liberalism .. .

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London Express Service

Princess May

yh .
Appeal To King
SAN FRANCISCO, May 15.
Princess Fathia of Egypt, said
in an interview here that she was
considering a personal appeal to
her brother King Farouk for ap-

proval of her marriage with Mr
Riad Ghali, A Christian and a
commoner

The beautiful 19-year-old

Princess said: “I might call up my
brother, the King, myself. Maybe
if I told him how much I loved

i oF

Riad he might our
marriage after all.”

“IT have been so unhappy.” “I
have been married three weeks
now and Riad and I never been
alone together.

The only title I want is Mrs.
Ghali, The only things I want in
life are to make my husband
happy and to have lots of children”.

The Princess believed it possible
that the King could have their
passports withdrawn thus forcing
them to return to Egypt. “I would
not mind.” I will get a job if I
have to, but I hope nothing bad
happens to Riad,”—Reuter.

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Tory Chances
Seem Bright

By ALA NHARVEY
LONDON

Conservative chances of r@gain-
ing political power seem as bright!
right now as they ever have i
the last five years

Their prospects appear to
improving slowly but surely. Six
months ago Labour campaigned
for the February general election
as an odds-on favourite If
new election were held next week
neutral political observers believe
betting would probably be the
other way.

The Conservatives can cite at
least two post-election auguries
which appear to be based on more
than wishful thinking.

1. Although Labour has won
all three by-elections since the
General election, its majority ha
been reduced in all cases.

2. Liberals appear to be mov
ing closer to the
and away from Labour If the
Conservatives could exploit thi
situation, they might succeed in
creating a political atmosphere
favourable to a bigger Tory share
of the Liberal vote.

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qualification, In the first place
it is easy to misinterpret by-

elections as indicators of national
opinion. But, for what it’s worth,
students of statistics say that the
recent by-election at Brighouse,
Yorkshire by-election a 1.714 per
cent swing away from Labour

A Swing

There was a swing of only
per-cent at the previous by
election at Dumbarton, Scotland
Conservatives explain that aw
by pointing to the absence of
Communist candidate, who
tested the constituency in
general election.

con

the

Any analysis of party relation
ships is bound to be tricky, but
Conservatives appear to hold the

winning cards at the moment
They are proceeding cautiously
avoiding any words likely to
offend the Liberals, and in the
end may succeed in creating a
feeling of confidence between the

two parties.

Barring any formal electoral
compact, and even ruling out the
possibility of local agreements
the Conservatives thus would be
in a strong position to capture a
decisive share of what might be

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BELOW IS A PICTURE of Mr, Beresford Lashiey’s newly built home “Beresford”, and in front of
the house are the workmen who did their work extremely well to get the home finished in so short

a period,

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lheld at “Beresford”, newly built
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Lash vhich is situated in the
snlivening atmosphere at Max-
vell, St. Lawrence, on Sunday

evening
Mr. Lashley, a gentieman of an
1assuming manner, is a Barba-
who arrived from — the

dian
S.A. by the S.S. “Fort Amherst”

in February this year aiter
pending 26 years away trom
home He will be leaving the

land on June 5. by the, 88,
‘Fort Townsend,” sister ship of
the “Amberst’, and has to his
redit the feat of erecting a home
efore returning to the U.S.A. In
his days of retirement,

The dedication was performed
by Mr. John Beckles, M.B.E,
who led up the sign on_ the
front of the house. Mrs, Flor-

ence, Rivere, who introduced Mr.
Lashley to the gathering, coy-
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the U.S.A. in years to come to
enjoy living in his home.

Mr. Beckles, who spoke next
said, “It has been said that some
men prove great, some achieve

greatness and some have great-
ness thrust upon them, Greatness
have been thrusted upon me this
afternoon.” He then congratu-
lated Mr, Lashley on his achieve-
ments. He was surprised to see
the foundation laid only a few
months ago and the hous2 erected
so quickly, He said that he was
wondering how many of them
considered the trend of events
that was going on around them

Quoting Paul Lawrence Dun-
bar, a famous negro author, Mr
Beckles said: “Go on and up,
our souls and eyes shall follow
thy continuous rise; our ears
shall lift thy story from bars who
from their roots shall spring, and
proudly tune their lyres to sing
of Ethiopia's Glory.”

Mr. Lashley was: next con-
gratulated by Mrs. Risbroke and



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Mr. Eastmond spoke of Mr
Lashley as being a “model” [vt
the district,

Mr: Eastmond said that Mr
Lashley was just like Mr. Beck:
and himself. By this he mea
that some people were born with
a silver spoon in their mouths but
Mr, Beckles and himself on tne
other hand were born with ao
“iron spoon’ in their mouths hut
they worked their way upwe, le
ond made great men of themselves

today. He wished Mr. Lashle
furcner success and told hin)
that he was still a young man



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life,”

One of the workmen, who was
employed by Mr. Lashley
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Published by The Advocate Co. ita, 4, Broad St, Bridgetrw:

Tuesday, May 16, 1950

Farce

RECENT developments have indicated
that the island’s Legislature is not func-
tioning as smoothly as it should. After
a very short interval the new session of
the legislature has been adjourned for
three weeks while there is a large amount
of pressing legislation which awaits the
consideration of the legislature. The im-
portant matters raised by His Excellency
in gpening the new session have not yet
been commented on by members of the
House. The reply to His Excellency’s
speech has not been debated.



Now because of the absence from the
island of the leader of the House and the
Deputy Leader, the House has had to be
adjourned and the queue of legislation
lengthens daily. This is a most unsatisfac-
tory state of affairs and is indicative of the
fact that local conditions are not conduc-
ive to the smooth management of party
government. It is true that if the com-
position of the Barbados delegation had
heen different it would have been possible
for the House to have continued meeting.

If party government has come to stay in
Barbados it is time that considerktion be
given to steps which would enable meet-
ings of the House to be held in spite of the
absence of .a couple of members. It can
hardly be argued, with ministerial respon-
sibility in the offing, that there are not
other members of the Executive Commit-
tee in the House who would be able to
conduct government business. The only
reason that there can be for giving mem-
bers a holiday is that the government
may be defeated on a major matter when
some of their members are absent.

' Members are now being ‘paid and the
electorate have the right to expect that
work in the House should be conducted
expeditiously and that the pressing matters
which await the attention of the legisla-
ture should not be delayed except for
‘weighty reasons,

The solution may lie in increasing the
membership of the House of Assembly.
At préserit the members for St. Michael
and the City represent an electorate of
“thousands while some of the members
from ¢ountry parishes represent an elec-
torate of only a few hundred. It should
not be unduly difficult to give additional
representation to certain of the more pop-
ulous parishes. An alternative would be to
have single member constituencies of
approximately equal population but which
would in the total increase the number of
representatives.

If meetings of the House were held regu-
larly government business could be com-
pleted in time for private members to put
through such business as they may need,
In Barbados as in England, one of the
modern tendencies is for government busi-
ness to encroach on private members’ time.
This should be limited as much as possi-
ble. Parliament, in Barbados as in Eng-
land, exists not only as a law making
machine but also as the “Grand Inquest”
of the nation. Its functions in the latter
respect are of equal importance with the
former.

If a country is to maintain balance,
changes must be mirrored in the institu-
tions which run the country. In Barbados
that has not been done and it is time that
Barbadian institutions should be altered
so as to. operate with greater efficiency now
that party politics has become an accepted
feature of Barbadian life. If this is nut
done the farce will have been created by
which the legislature takes a holiday when
some members are out of the island.



Our Readers Say:



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AS A WRITER of romantic
fiction with a wide popular appeal
both in Britain and America,
Daphne du Maurier has made
steady progress from the begin-
ning of her career. She is now
the author of more than half a
dozen novels and two biographical
works, and the publication of
‘Rebecca’ in 1938 brought her im-
mense popularity among readers
of current English fiction. The
name du Maurier had already
been famous in Great Britain for
three-quarters of a century; and
perhaps we can best understand
her success by considering her in
relation to her father and her
grandfather—for each in his own
day was a notable figure in the
artistic life of London.

Sir Gerald du Maurier, hen
fatner, was one or the best-ioved
actors on the London stage. He
died sin 1934, and Dapnne du
Maurier wrote a book about him.
She called it ‘Gerald: a Portrait’,
and it disconcerted a good many
of his admirers. It was not a
flattering portrait, for she seru-
tinised her father both in his
personal ‘life and in his career
with a cool and candid eye. It
was a brave attempt to depict
him with objective severity, but
shining through its pages are her
affection for him and her ad-
miration for his volatile genius.
The home where she was brought
up was a delightful one on the
heights of Hampstead, from which
you can look down over the roof-
tops of London. At this house
there was a continual coming and
going of interesting people of
many different types, and Daphne
du Maurier listened to the talk of
actors and dramatists, of artists
and authors and musicians. It
was in this atmosphere that she
and her younger sister Angela
(who is also a novelist) made
contact with people of diverse
creative gifts, And supreme above
all his guests in charm and wit
and imagination was the some-
what elusive figure of Gerald du
Maurier himself. He was a man
of varying moods; but he was
steadfast always in his eagerness
that the talents of his daughters
should be developed to the full.
To him, the supreme thing in life
was artistic integrity and freedom
for the artist to express the best
that is in him. The du Maurier
tradition was a living thing in
that house in North London which
was the background of Daphne du
Maurier during her formative
years. 1

That tradition has been charm-
ingly described in her biographical
study ‘The du Mauriers’, published
in 1937. It paints a multitude of
personal portraits, and reveals the
novelist’s sharp gift of characteri-
sation. The members of that artis-
tic and restless family were always



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Daphne Du Maurier

Hy Augustus Muir

eager for fresh adventures. One
of them was a soldier, Colonel Guy
Maurier, who was killed in the
last war; he had distinguished
himself as an amateur actor and
as the author of “The Englishman’s
Home,’ a popular and patriotic
play which received great acclaim
on its production in London. But
the important figure in her book
is her grand-father, George du
Maurier, who made a great name
for himself as an artist, and be-
came one of the stars of the
humorous English weekly, ‘Pinch,
where he elegantiy satirised the
foibles of fashionable society.
Towards the end of his career,
when his eyesight began to fail,
he turned to novel-writing and
achieved even wider fame as the
author of ‘Peter Ibbetson’ and
‘Trilby, both of which were after-
wards dramatised and revived
again and again on the English
and American stage. These—and
his last novel ‘The Martian’—were
impregnated with an exquisite
nostalgia and a strong spirit of
romance; the romantic strain has
been transmitted to Daphne du
Maurier and comes out powerfully
in her fiction.

Her first novel was a _ long
family chronicle, ‘The Loving
Spirit’. It was an ambitious work

for a young writer, and the
threads of the story are skilfully
and firmly woven, Both its back-
ground and its characters are
Cornish. The reason why her
imagination was stimulated by
that rocky peninsula in the south-
west corner of England is that
many years of her life were spent
upon its coast. In the sheltered
corner of a charming river, Gerald
du Maurier had made a summer
home for himself and his family,,
and the two du Maurier girls
spent much of their time on board
a 75 ton (76 tonnes) yacht in the
English Channel, each doing the
full work of a man in helping to
handle their craft in all weathers.
Daphne du Maurier became
familiar also with the lonely up-
lands of the county. and her
‘Jamaica Inn’ is the story of a
girl’s nerve-racking experiences
when she is forced to live on a
Cornish moor far from the nearest
human habitation. As the author
depicts it at the beginning of last
century, the inn had an evil repu-
tation; coaches no [onger stopped
there; and sinister things happen-
ed after dark. Suspense increases
as we reach the climax of the tale.
It is a robust book, and the
characters are boldly painted.
Daphne du Maurier moved a little
eastward into the county of Devon
for the scene of ‘Rebecca,’ a much
longer and more carefully detail-
ed book.

On its publication, this was
described by critics as a romantic
triumph. Romances are not often

taken seriously by critics nowa-
days, but ‘Rebecca’ was honoured
by comparison with Charlotte
Bronte’s masterpiece of a century
ago, ‘Jane Eyre’. In both books,
the heroine tells her own story,
and captures our sympathy by
speaking of her own insignificance
and timidity as she confronts the
bitterest ordeal of her life. A
great house on the Devon coast
is the home of the man who mar-
ries the heroine of ‘Rebecca’.
She is his second wife, and the
mysterious influence of its pre-
vious mistress can be felt in the
very rooms and passages of the
house. The terror of the girl in-
creases as the tale is unfolded.
The book has a haunting atmos-
phere, and one important critic
said that it reminded him of
George du Maurier’s wonderful
Stories, for it has the’same strange
nostaglia and tenderness and
agony of resignation. Daphne du
Maurier has gone back to the
romantic tradition of Victorian
fiction, but in doing so she has
produced a work of ciramatic|
originality.

Her ‘Frenchman’s Creek,’ pub-
lished in 1941, is a charming
story of the eighteenth century,

knowledge of the sea in its many
moods, and is told with freshness
and verve. It is the story of an
attractive English girl who breaks
through all conventions and falls
in love with a fascinating French-
man who has been living a
piratical life for his own amuse-
ment. It might be described as a
romantic study of the unconven-
tional, with reason triumphing in
the end. This exciting and richly
coloured story will continue to
give pleasure to many readers
who desire complete relaxation of
mind.

Daphne du Maurier is married
to a distinguished officer in the
British Army, General Browning,
C.B., D.S.O., and in spite of her
family responsibilities, which in-
elude the care of two daughters,
she has found time to continue
her literary work. Her most re-
cent novel, ‘Hungry Hill,’ is a
long chronicle of the fortunes of
a family: it covers a full century
in its vigorous course. But
‘Rebecca’ remains her most im-
portant novel so far, and is
likely to retain a high place
among the essentially feminine
novels of romance. She has
abundant skill in the evoking of
atmosphere and the ability to
mingle beauty with the macabre;
and above all she can tell a
story and tell it with sustained
power, Daphne du Maurier is
carrying on with..success and
high spirits the traditions of a
notable family.



Rebecea In Retrospect

By Neville Connell

Miss Daphne du Maurier wrote
a very successful novel “Rebecca”;
her ability to write novels does
not, however, qualify her to write
plays. for she sadly lacks the
qualities of a playwright like
Maugham, who is also an outstand-
ing novelist, After the success of
her novel one can imagine one of
the friends of the authoress say-
ing “Darling, I adored ‘Rebecc9’,
it was out of this world. You sim-
ply must make a play of it. It
would be too marvellous.

The plot of “Rebecca” is good,
but a good plot is not enough. The
dialogue is poor—often ungram-
matical, and some of the charac-
ters are badly drawn. There is
practically no comic relief, and
it is insufficiently dramatic to
sustain interest; the audience is
frequently uninterested in what
the characters have to say. This
was responsible for some inatten-
tion on the part of the audience
and laughter in the wrong places.

The Bridgetown Players began,
therefore, with a serious handicap
from which escape was impossible.
Und: rplaying of poor dialogue and
pauses While drinks or cigarettes
were handed round caused parts
of the play to drag. Not enough
emphasis was laid on some of the
dramatic moments—for instance,
Mrs. de Winter’s appearance for
the fancy dress ball in her prede-
cessor’s dress,

Chris Gracie, as Mrs, de Winter,
made an excellent start, which
was not sustained, for she failed
to develop the character of the

woman who shared with her hus-
band the secret of the murder.
Ralph Crowe hasall the physical
attributes required for Maxim de
Winter, it was a pity that he dit
not make the most of them. His
diction was excellent, but, at times
his voice lacked the dramatic tone
required, Florence Daysh as Bea-
trice Lacey, de Winter’s county
sister, was good, and would have
been excellent had she spoken less
quickly.

The character, Frank Crawley
is a bore. Donald Wiles certainly
convinced us of that, although
some of his lines were lost owing
to indistinct speech. The servants,
Edward Cook as Frith, and John
Burt as Robert, could hardly have
been bettered; Ann Bailey made
an attractive maid. Ash Green-
land as William Tabb, and Wil-



Today’s Thought

Posterity always establish-
es men in their proper rank,
pulling down from their ped-
estals those who have been
lifted up through deceit, in
order to make place for others
who have the right to it. For
this reason the great ones
who are unknown may con-
tinue on their way in the
conviction of eternal justice,
which is often tardy but al-
ways certain at the time
appointed.

—ALBERT WOLFF

.

liam Lambert as Colonel Julyan,
played their respective parts with
confidence. Norman Wood as Jack
Favell, the sinister cousin of Re-
becca, acted well, but, he was too
much of a thug. Rebecca was a
nymphomaniac not a gangster’s
moll. Her cousin was a_ suave,
gentlemanly blackmailer. As Nor-
man Wood portrayed the charac-
ter one expected him to produce
a revolver at any moment.

The highlights of the evening
were the performances of Greta
Bancroft as Mrs. Danvers, and
Norman Daysh as Giles Lacey.
Both were excellent. The charac-
terisation of Mrs. Danvers left no-
thing to be desired, and with what
grace she moved.

The set was as overcrowded as
are some West Country halls.
Stain was needed for the banisters
and newels; paint had the unfor-
tunate effect of making Manderley
look more like Barnet By-pass
suburban than Cornish country
house.

It was obvious that a great deal
of trouble had been taken with
this production, and much credit
is due to the Producer, Tom
McGee. and his cast for the suc-
cess of the evening, for it was a
successful evening. Bridgetown
Players are to be congratulated.
Next time, a play with better dia-
logue, please, which would impose
less strain on both cast and audi-
ence. Could we not have one day
“Lady Windermere’s Fan” with
Greta Bancroft as Mrs. Erlynne?



with its scene on the rocky coast
of Cornwall. The tale reveals her



The Common Cold

(By A. W. HASLETT, Editor of
“Science Today’)

THE influenza virus being now “typed”, classified
and photographed, and its changes and movements
from country to country followed by a World In-
fluenza Centre based in London, it was natural after
World War II to try to apply the same research
methods to the common cold. Progress in the case
of influenza had come from the discovery at Britain's
National Institute for Medical Research, also in
London, that ferrets can catch the disease. With
the common cold, there is no animal except the
chimpanzee which can be used for its study. Hence
the suggestion, made by Dr. C. H. Andrews of the
National Institute, that relays of human volunteers
might be used instead. The result is the Harvard
Hospital Experiment which has been in progress
at the Harvard Hospital near Salisbury. in the
county of Wiltshire, England, during the past three
years.

The hospital itself originated in a plan developed
by Harvard University in 1940. It was to help in
the control of epidemics. Later, it became the cen-
tral laboratory. for the United States Army Medi-
cal Corps in Europe. Having been designed in the
first place for the study of communicable disease,
it was well suited to be adapted in 1946 as the
human laboratory of the Common Cold Research
Unit set up by the Medical Research Council and
Britain’s Ministry of Health.

TWELVE FLATS

Six of its prefabricated huts, sent during World
War II from the United States, have been convert-
ed to provide 12 flats—each to be occupied by two
volunteers and containing a sitting room, dining-
room, two bedrooms, bathroom and lavatory. Apart
from tadio, telephone and games, each hut has its
own medical equipment and vacuum containers for
the delivery of meals. The only human contacts
of its two occupants are with the masked and gown-
ed doctor and matron who visit them daily. As a
relaxation, they are allowed country walks provid-
ed that buildings and vehicles are avoided, and
that a 30 feet clearance is maintained from anyone
who may be met. They are allowed to come back
after a six-months’ interval for a further period of
experiment, and many have done so.

They arrive fortnightly, and stay for 10 days,
leaving a four-days’ interval between successive
batches. They are given a clinical examination, in-
cluding radiographs of the chest and sinuses, and a
three-days’ interval is allowed for the incubation
of any existing infection. A longer interval would
have been better, but even with the most willing
volunteers, there is a limit to what can be expected |{
in the way of confinement. On the third day, they
are inoculated—half a thimbleful of fluid being
run into each nostril with the patient on his back.
After two minutes he is allowed to get up, but
he is tald not to blow his nose during the next half-
hour. Some pairs are given entirely harmless in-
oculations, and neither the volunteers nor the doc-
tor who observes them, know which are which.
Infectious material, when wanted, is obtained by
running a solution of warm salt and water into the
nostrils, a little at a time, and again with the pa-
tient on his back.

With so much co-operation from the volunteers,
it may seem ungrateful to record that it was one
of the first hopes of the experiment #hat some
animal might’ be discovered which could be used
instead. It is a question of the scale on which the
experiments can be conducted. Whereas several
hundred mice could be handled without difficulty
in any ordinary laboratory, it would require a large
and specially built housing estate to accommodate
the same number of human volunteers under satis-
factory conditions. So far, however, it is the volun-
teers who have held their own.

DIFFICULT TO REPRODUCE

With human volunteers, progress has necessarily
been slow. But there are some conclusions, none tha
less, which can already be given. One is that,
although similar effects may be produced by other
causes, there is “a” disease which accounts for a
large proportion of common colds. It has been
noticed also that many who have received infective
material develop symptoms which indicate that a
cold is coming, whereas those who have received
non-infective material do not. It is suggested,
therefore, that many natural colds may similarly
come to nothing—which must help the makers of
preventatives. Second, there is fairly good evidence
that the cause is a virus, and that it is considerably
smaller, if so, than that of influenza. A third, and
very practical point, is that the virus—as it may |
now be called—is found in nasal secretions at
least 24 hours before the cold shows itself. An
attempt was made to confirm that. pre-symptom
colds might be handed on to others by natural in-
fection—“donor” and “recipient” remaining for ten
hours in the same room, and the “recipient” then
being isolated. But the handing on of a cold by
natural infection has turned out to be more difficult
to reproduce than had been expected.

This is true also with the “‘donor” at the symp-
tom stage, which suggests that the “recipient”
needs to be in a “vulnerable” condition. Finally,
from collaboration with the Medical Research
Council’s air hygiene unit at Salisbury, it is known
that bacteria can be shaken into the air from hand-
kerchiefs in enormous numbers, and it has been
suggested that this may also be true of virus par-
ticles. Obviously, there are many loose ends, as

«

carried out if still more exacting demands could be
made on volunteers. Progress is being made, how-
ever, and a steady flow of volunteers are offering
themselves for experiment, so that this is the double
justification for present methods.



well as many further experiments which could be

Rebecea Suffers in Comparison With Other Productions

gentleman,

To the Editor, The Advocate
unadmirable

but
restraint

“Rebecca”
the footlights on

exercised such
in char-

was played up to

a well contrived ning to end,

acting was consistent from begin-

Spondent declared that he was

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SIR,—May I venture to ask for
space in ‘which to critically re-
view the play?

We have so little of the Thea-
tre here that a _ Bridgetown
Players production is inevitably
an event of general interest.

‘Du Maurier's “Re-
becca” is good theatre. Bridge-
town Players presentation of this
play, quite a good job in many
respects, was not an unqualified
success.

‘Rebecca’ is well written and not
more ambitious than other pro-
ductions of the Players. It is a
distinct disappointment that it
‘was not possessed of the polished
finish characteristic of Bridge-
town Players production, The
of perfect

projected
across the footlights on this oc-
casion.

The hub of the performance.
on which the entire play must
move, lay in the characterisations
of the two De Winters. Chris
Gracie was perfectly cast and

made the second Mrs. De Winter
live and breathe. Ralph Crowe
gave a finished performance in
the part of an English country

acterisation that Maxim De Win-
ter, except for one brief passage
with Mrs. Danvers, never came
alive.

Mrs. Danvers herself was play-
ed by Greta Bancroft, who turned

in, as usual, a top-drawer per-
formance, The monotone in
which she had to deliver her

every line, while effective, robbed
many of her speeches of the
essential intensity which was
basic in the play design, and at
the same time created an aura
of zombie-unreality which weak-
ened an excellent portrayal,

Favell, the villain of the piece,
played by Norman Wood, was
entirely off-key and emerged,
most unfortunately, as a_ tipsy
clown.

All of the supporting charac-
ters are well drawn and the in-
dividual players gave a good ac-
count of themselves. Ash Green-
land as Tabb the boatman and
Edward Cook as Frith the butler
deserve special mention. Norman
Daysh has a natural aptitude for
the stage and should prove a
find for Bridgetown Players

t

set, impressive but for the cru-
dity cf the stair-rails and nailed
curtain remnants at the French
window and a certain lack of
harmony in the Manderley fur-
nishings.

Tom McGee is to be con-
gratulated on staging a good play
with as much success as anyone
could reasonably expect from a
group of amateurs. The pro-
duction suffers only in comparison
with other presentations of
Bridgetown Players in which
they established for themselves
very high standards, to which
we have become accustomed.

THESPIAN

Liked Rebecca

The Editor, The Advocate
SIR—Kindly permit me space
in your newspaper to commend
the Bridgetown Players for their
most entertaining play—‘Rebec-
ca”. The standard of acting was
very good indeed. I want to pay
special tribute to Greta Ban-
croft (Mrs. Danvers). Her act-
ing was superb. Although she
had the misfortune of causing
most of the unpleasantness. her

The play as a whole was very
good, I sincerely hope that the
Bridgetown Players will, in the
very near future, be in a_ posi-
tion to put on many more plays
at their own headquarters.

Floreat the Bridgetown Play-
ers. Wj
F. A. PARRIS.
Newbury,

St. George,

May 15, 1950. .

(C.D.C.)
To The Editor The Advocate
SIR,—In your issue of March
12, you published a m
from your British Honduras cor-

respandent containing the \fol-
lowing message:—
interview, blamed the local

“AC. D.C. official, in a press
government for the low wages
the corporation had proposed
paying, and claimed that C.D.C
had been advised by the La-
bour Department to pay simi-
lar rates paid to Government
manual workers—the countries

workers.”
Honduras

lowest
Your

paid

British corre-

not at liberty to inform me who
had made the statement attri-
buted in the above-quoted pass-
age to “a Colonial Development
Corporation Official” and I there-
fore addressed an enquiry to Mr.
J. Thomas, the British Honduras
representative of the Corpora-
tion. I. quote hereunder Mr.
Thomas’s reply to my enquiry:—-

“I have made a careful en-
uiry and I am satistied that
‘no time did any C.D.C. offi-
cial here make a statement to
press blaming the local
Government “for the low
wages the Corporation had
proposed paying.” As far as I
van see the report is a com-
plete distortion of an _ inter-
view given by Mr. Goble to
the press, during which he
said, in answer to a question
ag to how he arrived at a fair

wage, that he had, like any-
one else, on arriving in the
Colony, ascertained from the

Labour Department the rates
of wages being paid locally.

You have my full authority
to quote any or all of this let-
ter in a public communique if
you so desir®é.”
Your Obedient Servant,

W. HONE,

Colonial Secretary’s OMfce,
Belize,
May 4, 1950.

Thanks

To the Editor, The Advocate—
SIR,—I would like to take this
opportunity to say “thanks” to
all those who assisted me in my
first effort on Friday Night May
5, at Queen’s Park House.
Although the attendance was

happy to know that everyone who
came enjoyed themselves. I am
however, anticipating another
one, and I feel sure that with the
whole-hearted support of the
public I might still be able to
prove that variety entertainments
can win the admiration of many.
It is a fairly difficult task, but
I'll try again.

Again I say thanks to everyone.

KENNETH

Eagle Hall Road,

Michael.
May 12, 1950.

Editor’s Note—

In a letter
newspaper
the word “probation”
instead of “production”
ror is regretted

MASON.
St

published
on Tuesday
was used

The er-

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St. Joseph
Will Be

Prepared

When Hurricane Comes

S* JCOTITH is one

pamshes to take warning of
the weather. Uahke zy other
Parishes, the autorities of that
parish are makin sure that their
parishioners will i,. ke caught
unprepared.

The Hurricane Relief Commit-
tee of thet parish held their first
meeting at the Vestry Rooms, over
the St Joseph Dispensary, yes-
terday afternoon, when they made
preparations in case of the ap-
proach of a hurricane. The meet-
ing lasted about two hours.

Members present were: Rev.
L. C. \Mallalieu, Chairman, Mr.
G. L. Gfttens, Chief Sanitary In-
spector, Mr. J. H. Branch, Mr. E.
Williams, Mr. E. A. Way, Mr. A.
Goodman, Mr. A. W, Lampitt and
Mr. M. A. Lampitt, Mr. A.
Ince, Mr. G Amos, Mr. :
Clarke, Mr. H. Greaves, Mr. W.
Maxwell and Mr. J. Lb. Callender.

ANY POLic« CONSTABLES
were entertained by Pro-
fessor Clifton at the Police Canteen
yesterday evening. The Professor
did many tricks, and the Consta-
bles applauded heartily after the
informal show. No preparations
were made for the show, and the
majority of tricks were done with
a pack of cards.
ESIDENTS of Paynes Bay, St.
James, were fortunate to see
a Flying Saucer at 11.05 on Sun-
day night. The firs, person to
see the saucer was Dudley Law-
rence, art inspector of the National
Bus Company and he called others.
Several cars, coming from and
going towards St. Peter were
stopped, and the occupants were
shown the “Saucer.” It was in 4
north-westerly direction.

An object resembling a “Saucer”
was also seen from the Olympic
Theatre and one of the Broad
Street offices yesterday evening
between 5.30 and 6.00 o’clock.

The opinions as to whether it
was a Flying Saucer were con
fiicting, as some thought it to be a
box kite. Mr. “Sonny” Beal, Man-
ager of the Olympic Theatre, was

cf the first



one of those who thought it to be discharging yesterday
“a kite.



BARBADOS ADVOCATE



Here a prospective client looks at a British Guiana timber exhibit held by Mr. G. E. Stoll

Barbados Misses W.I. Hawkers Quit

At Industries Fair

‘Direct Dealing,

No Third Party’

(From Our London Correspondent)

LONDON.

THERE IS MORE future for West Indian straw goods

than. there is for sugar and

rum. That is the impression

gained from a visit to the West Indies section of the Brit-

ish Industries Fair at Earl’s Court, London.

Rain Delays
Unleading
Rain caused much delay in the
of 1,022

sacks of golden maize and 1,136

WO HAT TRICKS were per- bags of cornmeal which arrived
formed at a Cricket Match jn port on Sunday by the “Alcoa

played on the Higl§$and grounds
on_ Sunday between a Highlanders’
XI and a side skippered by Ever-
ton Byer. The match ended in
an innings victory for,Byer’s side.
Byer performed the hat trick in
the first innings and Fenty did the
same in the second.

Roamer” from New Orleans,

The “Roamer”, which’ would

have sailed yesterday evening for
Paramaribo, will not be leaving
Barbados
This vessel has also to
here about 4,795 bundles of tim-

until midday to-day.

unload

Byer won the toss and sent in ber staves, and drums of lubri-
Highlanders who were all bowled cating oil.

out for 15. Byer captured 6 for

8 and Fenty 4 for 7 runs, In reply the “Cottica”

The arrival also on Sunday of
was welcomed es-

Byer’s side knocked up 67 for 3 pecially by local housewives be-

declared. ‘Highlanders in

their cause of its cargo of 2,500 cases

sécond innings were all skittled of condensed milk.

out for 34, Byer taking 5 for 24
and Fenty 5 for 9.

mouth, England,

This vessel sailed out for Ply-
yesterday eve-

7 Amouaees were busy yester- ning. Two passengers were book-
day making preparations for ed here to sail with if, and they
the erection of a Traffic Island joined the intransits on board.

opposite the Nelson Statue. Traf-
fic Islands are now taking the
places of temporary posts to
which were attached the traffic
signs in Trafalgar Square.

The islands opposite Manning’s
Corner Store are already erected,
and shortly the signs will be
attached.

old



Trusted Completely:

Stole $6.64

Mortimer Cummins a 20—year-—
labourer of Si4. Lawrence,

HE TENTH REGATTA of the Christ Church, was sentenced to

R.B.Y.C. will be sai.ed

in two months’ imprisonment by his

Carlisle Bay at 2 p.m, on Wednes- Worship Mr. E: A. McLeod yester
day, May 24, and not on Saturday, day for stealing $6.64 from Mrs.

May 27.
HORTLY AFTER 11 a.m. yes-

Vere Fitzpatrick of Christ Church.

Cummins went into Mrs: Fitz-

terday an accident occurred patrick's house on May 8 after
at the corner of Milk Market and she had left all the doors locket

Broad Street between the motor and stole cigarettes

and money

car X—429, driven by Calvin Scott to the value of $6.64.

of Eastern Main Road, Arouca,
Trinidad, who is employed

at dence said

Mrs. Fitzpatrick in) giving evi-
that she employed

Seawell, and a bicycle owned and Cummins to do little chores for

ridden by Joseph Jordan of Eagle
Hall Road. :
The rear wheel of the bicycle
was extensively damaged.
HE LOSS of a wrist
valued $40 was reported by
Bennett Gooding of Jordan’s Lane.
He stated that it was removed

her and never suspected he wou!d

steal, She trusted him completely.
Qummins had one previoug
conviction for larceny. He was

watch put on probation for 12 monghs
for stealing $4.00 from Geraldine
Lashley on January 24, 1949-



It may be an_ exaggeration.
Still, the fact remains that un-
paralleled nterest has been shown
by overseas buyers in the dis-
plays of straw goods, while the
interest in sugar and rum fas
been negligible.

Overseas buyers from Canada,
Australia, Sweden. and the
United States have been among
those who have visited the West
Indies stands. They have gazed
pertunctorily at the shining bot-
tles of rum stanjing on the bright-
ly illuminated shelves, they have
looked unmoved at the charts
showing West Indian sugar pro-
duction figures.

Intérested

Then they have turned to the
straw goods and immediately
they have become interested.
Note books have been produced
from hitherto unnoticed pockets
and the helpers on the stands
have been subjected to a barrage
of questions.

“How much do the handbags
cost? How soon can we take
delivery? .How long do the
hits take to manufacture. Can
we place an order for a large
number of table mats?”

Thick and fast have been the
enquiries and there can be no
doubt that the B.I.F., has been
a great stimulant to the West
Indies straw goods industry

Another success has been
scored by the Trinidad exhibit
of negro dolls.

Delighied
These were quickly spotted by
an American representative of a
big New York toy firm. His
cousin, he said, would be delighted
to buy a large number of these
dolls, and his order has been
passed on to the manufacturers.
That is on the credit side of the

picture, 3ut there is anothey
side, and not so bright.

The biggest mistake West

Indian manufacturers have

made at this year’s B.LF. is not
having ? personal representa-
tive present. The West India
Committee have put on a grand
show for the exhibitors but
they cannot get over the fact



















Broad Street

The majority of hawkers seem-
ed to be trying to co-operate
with the Commissoner of Police,
by keeping away from the cor-
ners of alleys and main streets
in the city area. This was seen
by the “Advocate” who visited
these areas yesterday.

No hawkers were seen in
Broad Street, except for a few
who had retreated some distance
from the corners of Middle and
Shepherd Streets. Liverpool Lane
which is generally used by fruit
sellers was empty.

A few hawkers were still dis-
obeying this order as they were
blocking the entrances to Luke’s
and Dromedary Alleys,

In Swan Street, a, few fruit
sellers were seen along the street,
while Busbey’s and Luke’s Alleys
were still blocked at both en-
trances. The majority of the
alleys which are used by sellers
in this area were empty. Several
hawkers are now using the shop
doors in the area around James
Street and Milk Market.



House Belongs
To Both

300—66

A decision of Mr. A. J. H.
Hanschell, Judge of the Petty
Debt Court was varied by the
Judges of the Assistant Court of
Appeal, Mr. G. L. Taylor and Mr,
J. W. B. Chenery yesterday. Mr.
Hanschell had adjudged a house
to belong to Edith Best of Wavell
Avenue, Black Rock.

She had claimed that the house
was hers when it was being levied
on. Her husband Louis Best also
claimed that the house was his
and said that he owed Plantations
Ltd. money for lumber he had
credited from them to enlargen
it. Plantations Ltd., was brought
up as being an Execution Credit-
or.

Their Honours decided that the

house belonged to Edith Best and
Louis Best in a_ proportion of
300 to 66.

Bought For $230

Edith Best said that she had
bought the house from Emeline
Sobers in Feby. 1947 for $230. She
gave her husband $70 and bought

Third Caribbean Labour
Conference Opens To-day

At Hastings House
ALL IMPORTANT labour problems in the Caribbean



area are going to be discussed at the conference of West

Indian Labour Officers which starts here this morning,
told the “Advocate” yesterday.
!

the Labour Commissioner

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With Steel Drums

Schooners Cyril E. Smith and
Laudalpha have for the time being
given up attempts to refloat the
Potick which has been lying on
the Careenage’s bed for the past
four and a half months.

These two schooners started to
work on the Potick on Friday last
and failed in their attempt® Again
on Saturday they tried to refloat
the vessel only to find themselves
again unsuccessful.

Sunday passed and yesterday
the skipper of the Laudalpha was
seeking a berth in the outer basin
of the Careenage to which he was
about to remove his vessel. The
Cyril E. Smith remained in the
cross berth of the inner basin of
the Careenage.

Some who are interested in
the salvaging of the vessel, can
be heard making suggestions
that the vessel can be refloat-
ed by the use of steel drums.
One was of the opinion that,
making use of that project, it
could be raised in 72 hours.
According to contract, the own-

er has another 16 days to have it
removed.

Speightstown
Busy Again

“
MEGNA” CALLS

‘The little port of Speightstown

will be active again to-day when
the steamship “Megna” begins to
load her quota of 2,500 tons of
sugar for Liverpool.
The sugar will be shipped from
the three jetties of Messrs.
Plantations Ltd. and Messrs.
R. and G. Challenor & Co., Ltd.,
and conveyed to the “Megna” by
schooners and barges.

From early in the morning
bus loads of waterfront workers
from the City will be alighting
at Speightstown to join the
shipping workers from that town.
These workers ary conveyed
back to the City by bus late in
the evening.

The “Megna” will be the sec-
ond ship to call at this port for
Sugar since the crop began. It
arrived at Bridgetown yesterday
morning and took 36 bales of
cotton before leaving for
Speightstown.







Six Vessels
Bring Fruit

Some six vessels arrived over
the week-end with ample supplies
of fruit from Northern West In-
dian islands. Mangoes, which
are now coming to their peak of
season in some of these islands
formed no small part of the car-
goes of fruit.

Fruit is one of the cargoes: in
which no delay is made in ship-
ping, because of its quick spoiling.
The vessels made a quick des-
patch with them and from the
waterfront, they were removed to
the various alleys and streets
where they could be seen on dis-
play in the trays of local vendors.

Oranges and grapefruit arrived
in moderate quantities from Tri-
nidad. Small craft which called
from these islands brought sup-
plies of coconuts.



Investigation



He said that Miss S. A. Ogilvie,
Assistant Labour Adviser to the
Secretary of State for the Colon-
ies, who arrived here last week
after a four months’ tour of the
West Indies and will be present
at the conference, has visited
quite a number of work places.

Opens Today

The conference gets underway
this morning at Hastings House
at. 9.30 o'clock under the Chair-
manship of Mr. C. Y. Carstairs,
C.M.G., Administrative Secretary
to the Development and Welfare
Organisation,

Attending are labour officers
from British Guiana, British Hon-
duras, the Leeward Islands, Trin-
idad, Dominica, Grenada, St.
Lucia, Jamaica, Barbados and St.
Vincent.

Mr. Herbert MacDonald, Chief
Liaison Officer, B.W.I. Central
Labour Organisation (Washington)
may also attend.

The third of its kind, the
conference will consider the prog-
ress made regarding the recom-
megdations of previous confer-
ences and deal with a variety

of administrative matters of
regional interest.

Attending
Officers attending are:— Mr.
J. 1. Ramphal, Deputy Labour
Commissioner, (British Guiana);

Mr. E, P. Bradley, Labour Officer,
(British Honduras); Mr, L, ©.
Edwards, Acting Federal Labour
Officer, (Leeward Islands); Mr.
S. Hochoy, Labour Commissioner,
(Trinidad); Mr. R, L. Blanchard,
Labour Officer (Dominica); Mr.
E. S. Burrowes, Labour Commis-
sioner (Barbados), Mr, G,. 53S,
Dabreo, Acting * Labour Officer
(Grenada); Mr. I Simmons,
Labour Officer, (St. Lucia); Mr.
R. M. Jack, Labour Commissioner,
(St. Vincent); Mr. G. H. Scott,
Labour Adviser (Jamaica); and
Mr. A. I. Morias, Assistant
Statistician, Bureau of Statistics,
(Jamaica),



25 YEARS AGO
(ADVOCATE, MAY 16, 1925)
On Monday night last, Squires

who is known in fighting circles
as Gunboat Wills, 157 Ibs, and
Battling Hoyte, 163, of Speights-
town, St. Peter met at the
Olympic Theatre in a_ fifteen
round contest- Squires won on
points, The attendante was a
good one and the interest was
ve keen, Hoyte though well—
built and well developed, is a
coward and were it not for his
cowardice we doubt whether the
laurels would have fallen to
Squires.

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; . Saturday. ; rae the buyers, particularly Ameri- lumber and enlarged the house. ° Py gr
ee aueOLaa cane reported Vestry Meeting cans, do not like dealing througt| Bills had come from Plantations Committee Meets ee
missing over the week-end. Adj al a third party. Ltd. to her husband but he had ‘The Commission of Inquiry ap- ee eee
Trevor Willoughby of Bank Hall yournee They like to be able to put| told her that they did not con- pointed, by the Governor-in- Cologne
reported ihe less of his Humber 4 f f ,. through a transaction on the spot] cern her. Executive Committee to investi- Eye Shadow
bicycle valued $40 from Queen’s _ The Meeting of the St. Michael's and the method of taking note oi eras ; , este matters coninected with the See Our Show Window A S B E $ T O S
Paik on Sunday. Vestry which was scheduled - the'r requirements and then pass- Santis re said that it was he Government Architect and Town Get your eupply to-day
Vernon. Marshall of atenge yee hee ea was not ing them on to individual or firm a had bought oe a be ee ee ane os oe Sratiin «8
ted the loss of his Her- held for lack of a quorum. roncerned, does not appeal to} der cross-examination e said Of his department opened yester-
Road oe ‘ ve ‘7 48 from out- Manhets yvesent were: Rev. ee ee 7 ee that his wife had given him $50 day morning at the Town Hall. y
cules bicycle valued $ I them, i ort i
side Rock's Drug Store at Baxters yy, J. Hutchinson (Chairman), ~ jyow much actual business has] @nd that when he had tod Plan- Commissioner is Mr. H. A. Vaugh- ‘
Road on Saturday. . Mr. TT. Bowring, Mr, A-R- peen lost by West Indian manu-| tations, Ltd. before he had got the Ny i 7 LIMITED
GALVANISED anchor chain, jo5pin, Mr. C. C. Brownes Mr. facturers, because of this, is|!umber that the house was his, Fe aes was aa —
vaiyed $46, was roopees E, D. Mottley, M.C.P., Mr. H.A- qifficult to judge. Certainly there| it was not quite true. Gaughan and eae oe 2 Fisia’ Head of Broad Street.
missing by Leonard Archer of the qigor, Mr. A. S. Bryden and Mr. jas peen a loss of prestige Emeline Sobers said that Louis ; 3 3 : ue : 5 Le eee
; ic Club. He stated ’ has bi a s pres ' , 7 Legal Draughtsman who offered
Barbados Aquatic Club. fe last V. Chase. had come and asked her about jj. services to the Commission:
eer was removed during)ta Pee nes Avoic *iistake the house, but it was Edith who {urther hearing was adjourned
week. . Tne West Indies should not| had paid her for it, until later this week. ;
AMES TURTON of Welchman Perrfjes Reached ."° Wes ne ‘ TS : ay
ae . . ake the same mistake next year. Gents Sport Shirts
Hall, St. Thomas, reported the = 2 A S PO R & s
s Vauxhall 14 motor car, All the colonies should enter on a ‘ s
£182 is Jed $1,200, from out- Settlement combined front, Barbados, not Long Sleeves. In shades
side the residence of Cuthbert : represented this year, should join
c aig at Howell's Cross Road on A Court of Chancery suit be- priniga: British Guiana ane of Blue, Beige, Grey,
Friday, night. tween Blanche I Bailey (Plain- Jamaica in a determined effort te ;
On Sunday morning at 8 eee tiff) and ee Cc. Fyne capture new markets for their Green. Size S. M. Large
var was found by Corpora! (Defendant) which wes a own subsidiary industries. There
ee on St. Stephen’s Road. for hearing before His Honour ooiuiq be at least one direct Gp ASE ai) $6.72
T 8.15 LAST NIGHT Mr. C. % the Chief Judge, Sir Allan jepresentative present from each
Carstairs, C.MG., BEV he Collymore, yesterday, was Mot jnqustry, if not from each exhib-
lecture at me yaaraitiaa he rhs rap aie parties reach- jtor, and he should be poe : \ le Ti White Arrow Shirts
Development o ries on tm’ ed a settlement. , to take on the spot orders, an Gents’ American Style Ties
West Indies and eee indeed Mr. D, H. L. Ward, who hold- guarantee delivery within @ cer- d ‘ Collars attached. Sizes 14 to 18
Although ' the ane ree welt ing the papers of Mr. G. HH. tain date. It can be done and if Very attractive designs and col-
threatening, the lecture F Adams, represented the plaintiff, it js, West Indies products will be Whether i | BORE ec Ses SM vk $6.82
attended. meeting told the Court settlement had dite to compete with those of any , Vhether it be a simple sore throat, a coia, cut, ours. Each...... $1.52 & $2.48
Before this lecture, a a been reached and that a Con- r area in the world. ruise or any of the countless “family accidents”
of the Scout Patrol Leaders and t Ord would be prepared othe that occur almost daily~Listerine Antiseptic is an B.V.D. Striped Shi
Y was j 1 andl cae cri Abaca ge nA hg in ; id. It kills milli Aertex Cellular White Shirts .V.D. Striped Shirts
Seconds was held at 5.00 w % Mr. Ward was instructed by ideal first aid. It kills millions of germs and helps
r is C etition took Mr. ard = was ins __d) ry i ee ; ger P i 2 :
er. aoe coe eo p.m. Messrs. Hutchinson & Banfield. “Mormack York et against infection. Never be without a bottle Without Collars. The ideal Shirt Texcraft Collar attached, nice
DE. MOBILE CINEMA will be Defendant was represented by of safe, reliable and effective Listerine Antiseptic, 97
“eon < ‘ ; J i »si BROW ads eres R
giving a Show tonight at =. Mr. W. W. Reece K. C. Brings Oil Meal ft . ‘ for Clergymen. Sizes 144 to designs. Each $4
es Boye’ Benoa! pasture £0 LISTERINE b 3
teneft of residents of the Ivy and SPEEDING: £5 A shipment of 12/549 bags of ee’ 17 inches.
My Lord’s Hill ares. The current ‘ linseed oil meal arrived for Bap- | Gents’ White, Sleeveless Otis Vests
y includes “Cossack McDonald Broome of Hope bados yesterday by s.s. Mormack 4 - B.V.D White Under Shorts
Beeman.” Well, St. Thomas was found yo. “This cargo it discharged | aoa Spree Sizes 36 to 46 $1.06, $1.09
Fae ik idauesteeaiieciont guilty yesterday of speeding Jocterday, and sailed during the | Sei se ee $1.79 $00 10 40 .......- 1.00, OT.
while driving the motor car 6vening for Jacksonville, Florida. SSSBSBEBRBEBBE SEES a ee Pee. eee
T—55 on Constitution Road on a The Mormack York is one of the]; @ @ a a a aoe ow a a a a a ij te - :
What’s on Today highway on April 21. ships operating cnet 4oy Moot : ‘b B.V.D. Union Suits Boys’ White, Sleeveless Otis Vests
Mr. H. A. Talma before whom McCormack Lines whie make
é i ad a fine casi a 3 i . Si 4 i ites 6 20218 is oar Heer eas 98e.
ers’ Conference, he appeared imposed a fine or occasional calls at this port with 1 Sizes 36 to 46 ins. .......... $3.60
ee einas tevin 9.30 a.m. £5 to be paid by instalments or feed from the Argentine. NOW FRESH
Meeting of Legislative Coun- in default two months’ imprison- |
‘ t : Y y y
eil at 2.00 p.m ie Indecent Language: 20/-|'|| PURINA PIGEON CHOW
Police Band ao ? the ‘e ‘it
ntal Hospital, at p.m, A fine of 20/- and - costs
~ . JAMAICAN OUTPOINTS ‘ rapoaed on Varona Parris} get your supply from | 0, t ®
Tennis Tournament, Garri- IRISHMAN of I Road, Brittons Hill by
son Savannah, at 4.15 p.m. H W hip Mr. H. A. Talma |
Football at Queen's Park, at PRESTON, Lar sashire May 15 ee Aa Sehement | H. JASON JONES & CO., LTD.—Agents. 10. 11. 12 & 13 BROAD. STREET.
5.00 p.m. John Hazel of Jamaica tonigl € Layne’s Road, a high- : :
Mobile Cinema, St. Giles’ Ney. Rte. age SaS@Seeeepeepepeeeueues ea s ||| —_—_—_- pesniintieteninn
Boys’ School, at 7.30 p.m. | Filia a ; . ‘econ “SSE eeeeee
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CLASSIFIED ADS PUBLIC NOTICES | Ser EBNMy NT NOTICES
: ee | é a orr @a and
Telephone 2508. THE AGRICULTURAL AIDS ACT,.. | THE NEW PLAN FOR CASTRIES, 8ST. LUCIA |
5 | sine iieaiieineniala bona psoeaccchei nit
To the creditors holding eclalty lens A lim 3 Bias . ‘ bE aa
> FOR RENT afainet WELCHES PLANTATION, St stag ra eee 1¢ New Plan for Castries, St. | ! MONTHBA. -ULTRALIA NEW —— 2,
THANKS Thomas. | Lucia”, are on s i the Advoca‘e Stationery at a cost of $2.00 per | ZEALAND LINE LIMITED
oe Notice that I, t owner of the copy 14.5.50 In i (M.A.N.Z,. LINE)
We beg through this medium to thank &#bove named plantation, am about to A -9.00.—-In, es The MV. “M . :
ail our Telatives and friends who at- HOUSES ~ [obtain a loan of £2,000 ‘under the pro-| — * |. $8, “DEVON” is expected to arrive at | ll cargo and Passengers for St. Wine
ded and visions the above Act, against the Se See - ae er cent, Domi Ar 2a, M -
oman ks deere dor Sign seaeeeane Sugar, Molasses and other crops of the] Applications from Sanitary Inspeciors and Registered Nurses | a ITY OF DIEPPE 2 ies serfat, St Kiite-Nevia, * loading
thy over the loss of our dear son| AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY—a very | ®aid plantation to be reaped in i951 - oie Te 5 “geet ais ‘ os } CITY OF DIEPPE” sale Por Wednesday, sailing Thursday 18th
re, ONEL. \cocker! MAR.| £00d Business Stand with or without) No money has yet been borrowed (Hospital Trained) for Course of Training at the Public ; ; j Pirie May 6th Adelaide May 12th, Me May. ’
and brother~ Li ‘ocker fixtures. Suitable for Dry s against the said crops, ' lealti 3 ~ ci ae I; pe jberne May 26th, Sydney June 7th, Bri
SHALL who died on the 8th of May. tionery, Leather Goods, Dated this 13th day of May, 19509, Health aining Centre in Jamaica. jb June I7th, arriving at Trinidad
Mr. & Mrs. D. L.-E. Marshall, Hen-| 00S: Business called “onan — F. F. PILGRIM, j at 4th July, Barbados about July The M.V, “T. B. Radar” will ac-
derson, Joyce, Elsie, Barbara, Wilma, Lames Steect. Immediately. Owner. APPLICATIONS invited { Sanitary Inspectors and Regis- youn : cept Cargo and Passengers for St.
Patsy. Tony, Mother Belle, Nin4Nin and| py5nj Bros, Dial ‘after hours 4158. 13.5.50,—23n. tered Nurses (Hospi s ling to b naidered vanes have ercols pace for ¥ Mage Trinidad, sail-
Chris. ‘American Papers please copy). a ‘50—t rs avurses Sp ho are Will € e considered te a frozen and general cargo th May, 1950.
ot — == | tHe STURAL BANE ACH AGRICUL-| for advanced Ww . last about Eleven and Ten ir ch vee Se idad ine }
FLAT—Four rooms particular ANK ACT, 1M8 : a eas - lacin nchipment at Trinidad for .
Mi pupslahed ie Hastings Wane vere te Te a eco tnies Peting specialty liens | months respectiv at ti i T g Centre in Jamaica. I » Guiana, Barbados, Windward and aw 4 Sehooners Owners’
EMORIAM . s ‘ in 7 ‘ 3 Leeward Islands. ssoc. (Inec.) Consignee:
IN Entire contents, including linen and cut- a ta ae 2. Applicants should vriting before the 31st of May, For. further_particulars, apply Da oa
fn loving memory’ of BENJAMIN] (Ue Saree SOF sale 50.30 Take Notice that we, the Owners of | to the Director of M nent Building, The Wharf FURNESS WITHY & COMPANY, LTD ||
SPRINGER, who departed this life on the oe «| the above Plantations are about to obtain da full ¢ Pe a . eT Agents Trinidad |
13th May i940, a = a loan of £10,000 under the provisions of | ANA a full curmicuium vil hould be included jin the application. | gest inesn fans a. mos e joer DA COSTA & CO. LTD '
You've gone before, FLAT—One G i Fi Flat with a enue sh a = said ete The scholarship r th courses proved, provide rhea or Trench Mouth, or some bad disease “4
Your work lives on behind” ‘ay. one bedroom Dial 3696 i950 to 1081 ” a ane (a) Free air p ive to a from Jamaica pene Yeeuk snd bey to Jar tal Sh
CAMPBELL SPRINGER & FA :, 12.5.50—t.f.n. No money has been borrowed under the ee a a a ge se ee a0 cee
3 ‘ t y Subsistenc: Hoy “¢ @ ial ‘ore your time. Since thi
= 16.5.50—In. FLAT) Upae Eat wiih D bedroome' AsTicultural Aids Act, 1905, or the above (b) eae : suowaree at 22.00 a day. War these mouth Gisssnen fate eoneat =
In. loving. memoi of our beloved : roe Act in respect of such year. 5 (ce) ravelling expenses in Jamaica at the rate of $14.40 per roughout the world so that now scien-
ELIZABETH running water each. For further] Dated this 10th day of Nay, 1950. Z tists say that four out of every five people 0.
Mother re GREENE.| particulars Dial 3696 FOURSQUARE ESTATES LTD, « month. rea ere 5 ufferers sooner or later. YW, warkea' in -
1 Thesalonians 4: Verse 13. $8.¢.90-8.8-0; ES Be (d) Contingencies at the rate of $4.80 a month. too late, because they feet chaps nos only
But I would not Sexe you to me enone. Managing Director 3. The scholarships will only granted on the following con- the loss’ of teeth, bur also shronie theuma- Inc.
brethren, concerning them wi are a 13.5.50,—3n ditions: g& ;
asleep, that ye sorrow not, even as others PUBLIC SALES se te tne ee EIU a New: . ‘ z ee
Sena e tai nope. PB sag THE SUGAR INDUSTRIAL AGRICUL- (a) That the Commissior f Health agree to pay to the ow | Discovery! Save: ae ‘a vere reap +s
rose . = TURAL BANK ACT, 145 Hine 3 4 alii ™ s a ; : scientist, hts th ‘troubl NO, P
= ee sleep in Jesus will God AUCTION To the creditors holding specially liens on er, his or her hile absent on study leave, tnd quick Way. Te Senetraten sent te tke | 88 “Ar COA ROAMER” fi oMay tee
against FOURSQUARE GROUP of where > apt » a y th . s ‘Ts © trouble, stops guma from bleed- wy * ae th 2D 1 May
Elijah, Samuel (sons), Allezina, Muriel, ~ Plantations, §t. Philip fb) Th Pe ‘ . ans wove : k te i See bere ing the very first day, ‘quietly takes the oRLBOR aaceR ioe ot a ma
Marie, Mary (daughters), Lambert, Clar- y instructions received from the Trus- Take Notice that we, the Owners of the hat the officer lec agre to enter a bond to con- fighite: = oi ur mouth, and soon
ence, Bruce, Alfred, Edward, George} tees of the Hutchinson Trust, I will sell | apove Plantations » about to obdtai oh ahi he ‘ a. Aiello os : y ightens the teeth. The following letter 6 ‘ amin try
u 1 th ‘th above Plantations, are about to obtain tinue in t service »{ the Commissioners or of some from Mr. W. W, B. shows the results that YEW YORK SERVICE
(grand children). 16.5.50—In. | on ie spot, e property known aS/ joan of £11,000 under the provisions ; . . ‘ Amosan users get: “'T i Trenoh eames Arr.
White Hall”, consisting of one acre and | the above Act against the said Plantations, other body or Board inthe Island whose function is to Mouth and Pyorrhea for ten thie 4 N.Y .
SEY MONE “DOUGHER ant sy eonees io en oi atl bute Ganding ty respect of the Agricultural year 1950 administer to Public Health ot mr tect. Wile ‘nate ae | oo aay _
wi ell as . to 1951. —T * 7 mee jour i W sever teeth “THULIN” or 3
on the 16th 1949. a te on see ee Gait Phlinn an No money has been borrowed under 14.5.50—3n. were ting ori, all the ie, Te ee oo
In a grave gently sleeping . parish Sain: , the Agricultural Aids Act, 1905, or the many heard of this new : f » no
Where the green eo gently waves nen eee day of May, 1950,/ above Act in respect of suéh year ee ee ae ee ee ae ee discovery Ameeen, In 4 houre rusing | SOUTHBOUND a Te ree
Lies the one we loved #0 dearly iin the of twelve and four} “Dated this 10th day of May. 1950. Barbados Youth Movement | Amocon my gums had at S Sails faite Anive:
One we loved: but tot could save ee Geek FOURSQUARE ESTATES urp,| Weekly Activities and Mette ORIENTA threo days and in tds eens Fecind that Name of Ship Montreal Halifax Barbados
‘0 you who have a 8. By Rev. L. Bruce-C ©, jf may loose teeth were much tighter and that
E. S. Robinson, 2c > 2 WwW RA rch neil ss. “ALC ” i) ont > ay
ou tay paver knee” his value St Rts Sinsciee niece | a H - Se a : ” nM | . © Could oat She. hardess #8 goede as “ALCOR PENNANT" ey att May Sth vid ath
Until you see his vacant chair. District “c", | 19,5.50.—3n._- Leia tireakhy “wctivit of the Barbed Curios, Ivory, Teak, Sandal, Jewel- if Guaranteed ss, “ALCOA PATRIOT” May 26th May 24th June 9th
rout ovement are id on Mond e . mosan works
gen iee 10; be. remembered by ‘bis ioving 10,5.50.—7n. | THE SUGAR INDUSTRIAL AGRICUL-| See ens See ene oes es | tery, Brass Ware, Tapestrics, that it 1s guaranteed to ston yous nae | NORTHBOUND
= Faca oa. Gann tekken tah » + TURAL Bane ACT, 1943 tre, Tudor Bric G a ribet Carpets, ete, sree Seneons, end sore mol and tighten Arrives
rend: ‘0 the creditors holding specialty liens] | nl ea , . mi ; va os | r 5 our © your complete satisfaction or parbados
(mother). 16.5.50—1n| UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER arainat FOURSQUARE FACTORY, St ees Geer |- spew letese. «Deans af KASH MERE money back on return of empty package. s,s, “ALCOA POLARIS” May 1th For Montreal & St. Lawrence River
» bIp x est we fall | Por
IN loving memory of our Beloved | SY instructions received x will sell'on | irke Notice that we, the Owners of the| Ne!P.us lest we fal. suiering the angers sFom rheumatiam = «4 sTEAMER™ May ,28th For Montreal & St. Lawrence River
JEANETHA ALLAMBY who died May | S5Ursday nex’ lay, at 1 p.m. at St:1 apove Factory are about to obtain a + BRUCE-CLA! | ; an from your ‘ 1
Villa, St. Lawrence hi | chemist today under this iron-clad guaran- . orgs
la, rel Gap, near the Church, | + hy, af val Bu or * ‘
16th 1948. . ‘oan of £8,000 under the provisions of ; tec. You risk A STEAMER June 12th For St, John, Montreal and St. Law
Oh Saint of God, life’s voyage o'er, porphin Ay Sar a es eee the above Act against the said Factory, } a othing as the ‘ rence River Ports, r
Safe landed on that blissful shore, drawing room table: ore ahog. kidn 1 in respect of the Agricultural year 1950 . j osani::::: ee pro- These vessels have limited passenger accommodation
No stormy tempest now she dreads, | table; two painted deck chairs; one Cool to, 1951. @ i af ‘ x > F ects you. ee
No roaring billows lift her head: Spot ‘Ice Box; one mahog. Liquor chest; | , No.money has been bonrowed under me i) t; R EK | E ‘or Pyorrhea--Trench Mouth Apply: DA COSTA & CO., LTD.—Canadian Servi
2 ‘ s . . . . : # ote te adian Servive,
© happy Saint! For ever blest, one folding screen; one cordea drawing} Act in respect of such year. tt _ - ) ‘ ROBERT THOM LTD.—New York and Guilt Shwe
In that calm heaven of her rest. room table; table; six painted rush chairs, Dated this 10th day of May, 1950 ee.
Sylvia Allamby (daughter), Charles| four bentwood chairs; one oak Ice bucket are “FOURSQUARE FACTORY LTD t ——_—__-___
Allamby (husband), Hester Browne (sis-| With ware container; one Ice Cream a Owners. } i DE Sete ee So SENSE Ie a SR Menem TOR ui.
ter), Timothy Browne (brother), freezer; one quart without tub, two E.'S. Robinson, ; a 2) De eee
16.5.50—1n | MAhow, eee aercere: Ee Managing Director. is & dangerous thing ») “ |
———————————————— | Pain one large Cyprus wardrobe, one} 28-5-50.—8n }
room set; one large Cyprus wardrobe, one eae 7 It might be ’ @ but it 4 Radiation |
large clothes horse, and many other items ?} J | HO SEHOLD S ALES
FOR SALE of interest. NOTICE | De Cookery Book U Cc
Terms Cash s aes , Y ‘ in all the | A ni aeake
‘ D'ARCY A. SCOTT, NOTICE is hereby given that it is the i) sheaiea JUST A FEW LEFT
=——————————— ' ‘Auctioneer, | intention of the unde rsigned Osc AR GLORIOUS SHADES {
AUTOMOTIVE 13,5,50.—4n, Searesugne. AACA eee Seue Ni At your Gasworks, Bay st. |||
TERNAK, HARRY BURAK and JACOB ) ag ( 36th Edition r y ‘ , " ba
~ sn GAR Morris 10 HP. in pertect work: | pune Competition at my omee Victoria | HERSCH ALTMAN, persons of the Jew. ‘ . Wh $1.2 ‘“ ‘|| Price Only 4/6 } THE CENTRAL EMPORIUM
. S . E. Tryhane, Baga- ish Faith resident in this Islan v a fe wap * may 5 sou Z
; tele Plantation, St. Thomas. Stott he messuage or dwelling house| EUSTACE MAXWELL SHILSTONE. rep-){{ ) . = | (CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD.—Proprietors)
; 13.5.50.—3n. | ailed “CORALVILLE” standing on 8434| resenting for this purpose the bados | { 1 Vv 1 )
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ONE (1)—Chevrolet Sedan 1934 model, | Square feet land at GRAZ to be introduced into the House of Assem-
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Fe 2 . | BURIA * col SEE” with | r 2 ‘
{ CAR—Vauxhall 14 in good condition. redraw ROAD. eet eT perpetual succession and a Common Seal act the wa yu ce it, More r. I. Cary « Swan
Good tyres. Apply to Miss C. Reece, | poarded shingled house and out “OSCAR PILLERSDORF, 1 ;
“Conamore;" Black Rock ee ae offices standing thereon. House contains MTEL: DARTERNAK than likely the lean or the loose Streets | WORKERS’
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CAR—One Morris 12 Saloon, Exeel-| With Galvantee Mon terms of sale} SRUL JACOB BERNSTEIN,
lent condition, Done only 8,500 miles. | 5; R. ARCHER
Dial 4240. 13,5.50—an. | BPI eT ONE
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MORRIS OXFORD—done under 9,500
miles and in excellent condition—Courtesy
Garage, 4616. 16.5.50—3n,



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MC KENZIE, Victoria EUSTACE MAXWELL SHILSTONE ,

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1 ong. Thursday 18th of May wait further notice. | iv teidibinn'46' dos

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16.5.50—3n.

Dial 4616, Three Cameron Pumps, Evaporator,

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-| two Aspinal Pans, 8ins x 12ins. Colon- Proprietor. Day Phones 204144

Night, May 17th, at
7.30. o'clock.

Seamen — Wednesday
Nigrt, Moy 17th at
7.30 o'clock.

Port Workers Thurs-
day Night, May 18th, at
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ELECTRICAL Montegus, 3 Clarifiers, Tins—0Oin. dia. Z
x 12ins.—0in Multitubular Boiler, all uty
and water piping and fittings.

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ELECTRICAL WIRE and fittings—7/044| all particulars dial 2668. 13.5.50—3n,
triple 7/044 twin, 7/029 triple, 7/029| ————<$<£$ $$ $—$— bhai
} twin, 3/029 triple, 3/029 twin C.T.S, “CHURCHILL”—situate at Maxwells eae
| 7/064, 7/052, 7/044, 7/029, and 3/029 V.IR. | Coast, Christ Church, standing on 9,266
also switches, receptacles and other items, | square feet of Jand, with 12 foot right of
Enquire Auto Tyre Company, Trafalgar | way to the sea, 30 yards distant.
Street, Phone 2696, 10.5.50,—t.f.n, The house contains drawing-dining
room, three a ert et ey
with built-in cupboards and wardrobes,
FURNITURE verandah, small hail and the usual offices.
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| E. KINSELL FRANCE,

General Secretary.

FURNITU: al Bureaus, small] in the yard.

| Tables, China Cabinets, Morris Chairs, Inspection on application to the under-

1 ete., at bargain prices in Ralph A.! signed, from whom further particulars

! Beard's Auction Rooms, Hardwood! and conditions of sale may be obtained.
Alley. Open daily 8 a.m. to 12 noon. The above property will be set up for



















































































': 50- sale at public auction at our office, 151 & esp supply you with
i sees 4,5.605Sn5 tah’ flosbuck Sureet, Bridgetown, on_Fri- ‘ BULLDOG CLIPS—Four Sizes {|i
i day the 19th May, 1950, at 2.30 p.m, Tele- CNC, OCLIpe , ‘
‘ MECHANICAL phone 3928. . c ae Lik ) LE ‘ j )
! R 5S. NICHOLS a Oe LETTER BALANCES & MAPPING PENS i ry
| B. S. A. BICYCLES & Motor Cycles ere Also :—PENCIL REF ; { ELECTRIC SUPPLY
| come in and see these—before purchasing 10.5.50—8n. CBERTS & CO Hi ’ Fs 1LLS 4 ae { }
| elsewhere. | REDAAN & TAYLOR'S fase | ere ee end” faite. an ROBERT! + — High Street. — Dial 3301 { ‘
| age and Showroom, 14.5.50—2n taining approximately 15,678 square teet, a = Sa s+ a
} 6th Avenue, Perma: Bakke Tk sei ’ Ss SSA j LID
i . - ‘OSS 2 FGOS i
i MISCELLANEOUS fataly erertae vatonewall building in : CLEP LPPEDLBEEA LLP LEE LIVED ELPA ED or ?
fect condition comprises :— ‘ Shooting Ses ‘ .
i tiie takes tee a Si ees Ppewnstalrs. Spacious cool verandah ? oo tnE oe eaon Ww ill start to find - - -
j at Knights Drug Store, 168.60, | OFF SWC RINSE, Tree ee ae cantly, ri FOHNSON'S STAT TONERY & HARDWARE }
a . a + : Mens turn to Bromo-Seltzer ‘ ed Ww ;
kitch and servants’ room. 0 aut rR sie ‘ a ea Oe ‘
i Mie uae ae ane Moric a8 Upstairs. 5 bedrooms, toilet and bath to relieve ordinary headache UBLE BAR ‘ G 8 ATING SHOT GUNS (¢
oe \ - ie im. sis Ne aaa ae ways. Bromo- Seltzer }
‘ ;_ HUTCHINSON : is mall lawn to the } i ‘r z
LIMITED. Dial 4222. 14.8.50—2n. | 9.2 rece” as well as spgcious back yare er tune ak { $8.85 per 100 CASH (
hl and fruit trees planted. faa Faye (
EREEZERS Sesh M 5 NCE" “yee ‘Larne Faraue and Washroom. ai en a wees or is POOPLALLIOA Lp POA AP AALAE ALARA LAL LALLA AEE!
2 gallon sizes. Also Ice Picks, lee sdlied thtoushout. Inspection by ap- at your drugstore fountain or
oars ad ean Suan ie pointment with Mrs. Waite, the owner. creates ee. A grote: of — eee !
yours TO- . ' . ‘utchinson " hi 2553. merson 0. since .
Co. Ltd. Dial 4222. 14.5,50—3n . — puDiic auction on Friday the 19th
~ | May, i950, at 2 p.m. at the Soe par :
f m fu . . — r 3 ; ST cs
whe ay BASS Opened te Seiad | unseat and conditions of sale may be| Of Buc ws... byeaeKS (B'DOS) DRUG STORES
R. Hunte & Co., Ltd. over Bata Shoe} obtained. cuioiis & coo at Broad Street & Hastings (ALPHA PHARMACY)
Store, Lower Broad eet. z . 8. a Pe:
4.5.50—l4n. 151 & 152 Roebuck Street, paenceicete sete
10,5,50,—6n. SABRC AD RT”
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PARKER 51 PENS—new Mocel—marny | al ay SSS
the old style, th The undersigned will set up for sale bw ag es sone
ben like it, come and see them, ‘Knights | at publie competition at our Office No: 1 JOHN M. BLARO : ti ree
Drug Store. 16.5.50—2n. | High ae rat eone ay Hea ey the AFS. F.VI |
u6th day of May , a +are _

PIPE—One Iron Pipe 19 feet long with The Jesirable freehold dwelling house (FORMERLY DIXON & BLADON ) } 1
Sshen Sitraeter Dial 3063, Parity Faber called CORRE: situate at Worthing, Real Estate Agent — Auctioneer -—— Surveyor | ’ r
ies Ltd. .5.50.—Tn. Gap leading the sea, ’ 7 "LAN TIONS BUILDING f \
The dwelling house comprises VYeran- | PHONE 4640 PLANTATIONS BUILDI | DIAL mM. J ) DIAL
SOUVENIRS—with Barbados Mono-| gan on 3 sides, drawing & dining rooms, | J ee : a ey | :
gram, Ash Trays, Cigarette Cases, Match' 3° pedrooms, Kitchen, Toilet and Bath| , <7 SCO Nn ene tte et te ete ope ste ete ei tee rpinigtet neo . : P le
Box Covers, Tobacco Pouches, Note Standing on 4,273 square feet of land. | \ = a | 4562 — Furniture (Inc, in British Guiana)
Rocks. set the thing for a a Knights , “Inspection every day except Sey g
. — —16.5.50—2n. | 1, ctween the hours of 10 a.m, and 6 p.m. }
pn application to Mr. R. R. Farmer on x \g} 4261 — Office oe
AAINSAaantty of empty tins for | On Appleton ‘Saga "For furiner, par | Nod 1 4663 — 4664
pencil cena caeadae, Neulars TELE CATFORD & CO.” ;
.5.50.—Tn. * . . * .
i asia hs Rae 16.5.50—10n x EVERY & Electrical Dept. Dry Goods Dept.
LOST & FOUND | ice Sic Bente Nor it Hin Street, | 3 —_— iE
tition at our ice No. * | ee r
Bridgetown, a Friday the 26th day of % ) | } (
—_——— May 1950 at 1.30 p.m. ~ The valuable FREEHOLD property called “ALBION VILLA” ¥¢ |
Wall Build te, - ceipes ; , oe via
LOST peat e on ee Ua take it tend at % situated at BARBAREES HILL in the parish of Michael + i 66 9 ®
Flagstaff Road, Stepney: és walae standing on 1 acre 2 roods and 30 perche he hor , | 7 | I v
SWEEPSTAKE TICKET—Y. 1907.| The Building comprises: On the) open and closed Verandahs, Drawing, Dining, Breakfast n re pat " | 5
ceeerits Verily eee ce Caer tee, ae ae Seknomk: athe & Pantry, Kitchen, Store and Spare Room downstairs, 4 Bed- } Pere i
Cola). Dining Rooms, and one large unfinished R rooms upstairs, W.C. and Bath. There some valuable ¢ AND
. 14.5,50—2n, | Gallery. nee % trees “nd fruit trees on the land, and roor A BUILDING | ARE RIGHT FOR YOU
Inspection any day on application to | % . .
Eee ay pone St. Hill, on the premises. s PROGRAMME. S| |
h rticulars an ‘onditions | % . 7 z ‘ 4S : + oa » EY wehinie wis *y
WANTED of Bale, apply to, the ee ee x For inspection, conditions and terms of sale apply a f ‘i? TO THE MINUTE IN DESION ! ,
OTTLE, CATFO . mr a . 7”
c 16.5.50—6n. x R ARCHER M E I ‘ j W BUILT WITH A FUTURE IN VIEW!
x . c KENZIE %
. : ; THE PRIDE OF THE KITCHEN !
ee PERSONAL = |} i Victoria Strect SUM ee
* 16.5.50.—2n. XI : x?
End, Fontabelle “10 sian e fede! ~ Si All Steel, AN Weildéd, Rust Proof Cabinets; Heavily Chrome-









LOPE LLE EE AL ILO AEA AMAA At At tt tttttttct

PP OP EEE EEE EEE PAPAS E IIS
The public are hereby warned against | =~ i es a ae a es ol
giving Poredit to my wife Gwendolyn NSS? on

Plated Hardware





A respectable middle age as
general servant for emplo: t in Belle-
ville, Must sleep in. Dial to make ap-
pointment for interview. (Mrs. Edward
liaynes) 16.5.50—3n

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BRI ViSH

Prectéold Presmetic UNermetically Sealed Units, Large Capacity

‘PRESTADORS’

Jackman (nee Forde) as 1 do not hold
myself responsible for her or anyone else

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contracting any debt or debts in my
name unless by a written order signed



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APPLY *TO-DAY IN WRITING.
Handsome salaty for the right man
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by me,
if Signed JAMES JACKMAN,
Clifton Hill,
St. Thomas.
16.5.50—2n

The public are hereby warned against
ving credit to my wife SYLVIA

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With Low Wedges in White Nubuck and Black Sucve
ALL SIZES IN STOCK



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IN STOCK:—

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rite 1, OR, Advocate, road St.} ho! respons ae 4 SES, 8S TS, SLACKS, ;
— a ein, online rae cues onaeer Rad es = { TENNIS SHORTS, BEACH WEAR, Bridgetown, 4585 Ky WITH A FIVE (5) YEAR GUARANTEE
MISCELLANEOUS signed by me. } it
Signed WALTER JONES 4 5%) ‘ > ‘ . if ,
en wns walen 5 BROADWAY S$ SHOP. i Barbados. and 2789 tH}
or Rockley District with 2 or 3 bedrooms. St. Michael » lachlan 4 slain nil
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PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY, MAY 16, 1950

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Yacht Tern Ifl, Sch. Everdene, Sch.
Emanuel C. Gordon, Sch. Lady Noeleen(
Sch. Molly N. Jones, Sth. Laudalpha,
Sch, W L Eunicia, Sch. Philip H.
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County 102—3 In Follow-on
After Being Out For 193
West Indies (for 5 dee.) 537

LONDON, May 15.
SURREY needed 242 runs with seven wickets standing
to avoid an inning’s defeat by close of play on the second
day of their match against the West Indies at the Oval
here. Starting their’ second innings after tea 344 runs
behind, Surrey had scored 102 for 3 wickets when stumps
were drawn.

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ARRIVALS
M.S. Megna, 4,991 tons net, Capt
Payne, from British Guiana
Schooner Mary M. Lewis, 69 tons net
Capt. Marshall, from British Guiana
M.V Lady Joy, 46 tons net, Capt.
Parsons, from St. Lucia
8.S. Townshend, 1,943 tons net, Capt
Henrikson, from Grenada,
Schooner Lawille M. Smith, 74 tone
met, Ompt. Sealy, from British Guiana
Schooner Moltar M,, 49 tons net, Capt.
Sullivan, from Dominica via St. Lucia
S.S. Canadian Challenger, 3,935 tons
net, Capt. Scott, from St. Lucia
S.S. Mormack York, 4,601 tons net
Capt. Pierce, from Santos
S.S. Alcoa Roamer,, 4,623 tons net,
Capt. Pedersen, from Venezuela | HAIR CORDS
Schooner Marea Henrietta, 43 tons net,
Capt. Selby, from St. Lucia
S.S. Cottica, 2 tons net, Capt. Van
De from Fu al d
Alcoa Polaris, 3,943 tons net, Capt. an
, from Trinidad
Athei Ruby, 312 tons net, Capt.

Cook, from Trinidad. PRINTS y ero ane

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Gorgeous

—« The County were soon in trouble

when they batted a second time

E 2 Eric Bedser leaving at 18 when he

mpire was leg before to Johnson after

scoring 8. Parker failed to repeat

D - t his first innings’ performance and

e eda was bowled by Worrell’s first

Y delivery with the score at 48. Fish-

; lock, however, batted well and

Carlton 2-1 completed his 50 in 58 minutes. He

and Constable added 49 for the

Empire defeated Carlton by the third wicket and then the latter
) edd goal in three on a rain soaked went to a neat catch by Rae.

ground in their return first division Johnson tried the Vauxhall end

football fixture which was wi't- for the first time and proved suc-

nessea before a fairly good crowd cessful while Worrell still pro-

al Kensington yesterday after- duced the occasional “bail-trim-

noon mer’, one of which dismissed

Carlton who drew first blood, |’arker who had looked fairly safe.

got their lone goal when Greenidge Williams conectled three bound-

scored frorn a melee in front of aries in one over with loose deliv-




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ue Rewire goal during the first ae oA kag and Valentine | PHOTO SHOWS F. Worrell bowling for the West Indies. during, play at Worcester. He bowls to WHAT IS White, 36 ins.
Empire equalised from a penalty bowled for the first time in Eng- E. Cooper

SE FE. i 8% $1.00
HORROCKES PRINTS in small designs suitable

kiek which was taken by Sym- land. Johnson did not attempt to
monds during this half and then produce his fastest pace and he

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got the other during the second always wore at least one sweater ( If t B l y ‘ I }
period when Taylor scored from Williams mixed_leg-breaks and O ournamen al e Oo
close range. googlies deceptively and Valentine

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Empire defended the goal from delivered orthodox left-arm slows. R h S F l Fi h R l , h
the Pavilion end and’ within five Worrell, the tone hemes, on eac es = emil- Ina Ss ig t a p

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Carlton outside left sent in a good rounder, for at one period he TWO PAIRS played their. way into the semi-final '
bar) oa fa ha heal a mse payee aaah yy te round of the C. F, Harrison Cup foursomes over the week Fighting Bailey of Trinidad, THE BARBADOS MUSEUM
bar by “hes. . 3 +e . _C sae Ww arnteti are cently, S inni
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shave when Lucas at inside left As a left-arm slow bowler, he ex- hitting Will Atkinson and Mickey Challenor won. their batbadde:: Middlaweight.-in’ the Tuesday, May 16, at 5 p.m. *
got possession and sent across a pends the minimum of energy. second match and Eric Manning, partnered by L. Sean ater ota programme to be 2
dangerous one from the left wing. Parker proved that the West Maskell. won their first, having drawn a bye in the first stagea at the Yankee Stadium on FEE FOR COURSE 2+: Se 10, 11, 12
The ball however went over the Indies’ bowling was not unplay- mena: 7 Tuesday, June 6th by Messrs Members of Extra-Mural Este 12 BROAD) SRRRES
bar. able and was unlucky not fin round. ‘ : ” ‘th Chandler. inti -
The Empire front line soon got anyone capable of ayine “pits Two other’second-round matches manding lead down a C. B. Layne and Keith Chandler. Association — 84e.
‘ going and Harper on the left wing him. His 94 included seven fours remain undecided but will be one hole still to play ath but .—~ ighti Bail rt as had Single Li 1
sent in a bullet which King saved. and’ occupied three and three played this week, In spite of a of halving the mate : yu ; Fighting Bailey who has ha Single Lecture — 18e,
Cariton were still on the hunt quarter hours. badly bruised finger Jack Egan, birdie that was needed was mo} victories over Marcel De Bros of
for goals and made a number of _ Surrey fared better at the second With Jim O'Neal as his partner, forthcoming. Martinique, Young’ Polar of

raids on their opponents’ goal. attempt. Fishlock batted well and @liminated E, J. Petrie and Don Curacao, Young Papacito of St.
They were however given two reached 50 in 80 minutes. Parker Clairmonte, but have deferred |. “Vaot Lucie-Smith and Martins, Slipping Tiger of Guade-
corners from the left side but looked safe when he fell to Worrell their match against Colin Bayley Niblock in the running, or rather loupe, Al Tunney of Trinidad,
without result. after scoring 19. and John Rodger until the last Nibloc f S ay ae aa Williams and Lawrence Assam of Trinidad,

Empire then took over and King Scores possible date, which is’ Thursday, the w alking, en at a has opened his training quarters
in goal was called upon to save Wikeatet suateae in order to allow Egan's finger to and Rolfe, who- never Were 4+ the Old Regal Club, Nelson
on one or two occasions as the A.’Rae c & b Laker 9g heal. David Lucie-Smith and lan down in the match a id seemed

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peerees Beare pene bis. te sz necessary after they had tied in wijiams and the hole with the and Fearless Colin.
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their inside right who had cut in -—. second-round opponents, Bernard 17 at eady have trudged through Mascn Hall Street. Ben J. well
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centrated attack on the Carlton $urtidwe a1 2 106 0 |. ‘i hh mae tear of Now another play-off is neces- Al Mauler, Belfield Kid, and Gold- provides a washable, extremely durable and weather-resisting
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Symmonds who took the kick, Parker not out 94 » “nol » ience Week are as follows:
made no mistake Constable ¢ Christiani b Worrell 0 play. At that pomy Serer To-day < (Tuesday) — David Due to changes in the B.W.LA. Flights Special Thinners ...... at $1.80 per gin.
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mn resumption, Carlton were Whittaker Ibw b Worrell 0 others might have collapsed com- Lucie-Smith and Ian Niblock vs mails for the undermentioned places will
first on the offensive and Warren Laker ¢ Goddard b Valentine 18 pletely in the face of such odds, N. T. Williams and Bernard Rolfe, be closed at the General Post Office at
their centre forward missed the Seen witine » Valentine 9 Atkinson and Challenor applied play-off, second round. ie BD. OD eRe nae Phone 4456.
upright with a hard grounder. Kirby b Gomez js the pressure, won the next four Thursday—J. O'D. Egan and Venezugia, St. Lucia, Martinique,
Empire then made a series of McMahon e¢ Christiani b Johnson 0 holes in succession and reversed James O'Neal vs Colin Bayley (u2tt!oure: Antigua and St. Kitts.»
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King proved equal to the task on
euch occasion
Wmpire again attacked and in ¢ Fall of wickets; 1—13, 2—63, 3—64, 4—

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and had no difficulty in saving. Yilllams 13 4 “2 2 the match hinging on the last he See | THIS IS A SIGN OF SAFETY
, ag i , . : eae aa Strai itting vy Javi Windolene’on | 5 q iz
From a good kick by one of the Valentine n 2 2 9 hole, Straight-hitting young David | Vindolene ona ¢ oC i
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Carlton defence, Marshall on the Goddard a: =} 7 © Inniss there pulled his drive into soft rag ae ear* :
left wing after receiving, sent in pico, SURREY And INNINGS 53 the trap, and big Will Atkinson 5
a hard grounder which Robinson & Redser 1.b.w. b Johnson “; let fly a tremendous wallop to the ty i ah a yas
collected Stee yore. a 19 edge of the green. After that the | — TA, Ce. 1 WOE
In The Lead Marion nat out ane u youngners were: Abished xe eu ees ¥
i Empire soon put themselves in Extras 1 anning an Maskell out- yo
the lead when Taylor scored from i dal ieee ea — steadied R. P. Gooding and Dean ; a > S | OI
a centre by Harper on the left otal (for 3 wickets) 102 Klevan to win their second-round Pe ek |
wing. Fall of wickets: 1-18, 2-48, 3-97 match, 2 up: All square at the 7 pices
Carlton then tried to draw level . Reuter, turn they took three of the first “a Pied | Vor twice the shine in MAJOR ROAD |
and made some good movements four holes on the homeward 2 Spread it over S Polish lightly | half the tinte, fu . j
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nents’ defence i ing—Klevan t t this Sie glass: ang | ee Ry AHEAD
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TUESDAY, MAY >, 1K0 UBBMMM ADVOCATE PAGE T1IBKE Jamaica Has $50,000,000 Budget (BitMtM * %  •• ( %  'M"M''"l' KINGSTON. Jamaica. The 1950-51 Jamaica Budeer proviclci (or a revenue of $50.OOS.OOO of which ordinary revenue of $45.1(12,000 and the res! C. D AW. grants; and (or a total expenditure of $52JM,000, of which $44,914,000 is ordinary expenditure and the rest CD. W. expenditure. The Budget was presented to Ihe House of Representative* on Tuesday by the Governor and anticipates a deficit of approximately $2,291,000. which will be met from the colony's dwindling accumulated reserve balance. Which stood nt only $7,192,210 on April 1, 1950. after having been drawn on to meet last year's deficit. The year 1949-50 will end. with a deficit of approximately $1,500000. computations not having been completed, instead of a surplus of $35,000 as originally estimated. The change in the financial position was primarily due to a short-fall in Customs and Excise collections amounting to almost $2,000,000, which was due to. restrictions on buying from hard currency areas, and the devaluation of the £ In September last. Control In a preface to the Budget, the Financial Secretary said that strict control of Government expenditure must now be exercised in that it was clear that in assessing the scale of Government commitments, and the ability to meet them, an anxious eye should look beyond Jamaica to the trend of world trade. Ai present it should be assumed thai no substantial improvement In revenue should be relied on unless the productive power of Jamaica Itself can be Increased. The only taxation measure in the Budget Is an Increase in Stamp Duties to yield an additional $100,000. but other head' of revenue additional income this year with increased efficiency In coll* methods. %  n£ TEMPTATION OF ST. CLEMENT 'But uf litv in uotlti, old bay **A/lo uN. t/ifC'onuTt tirrin haw Inherited ih iiiiimig ol Liberalism . ." '^Bcgone-foul fiends I" London express •arV.aa Wins Against I'M" %  jatMitai M" i Curmpoiutolll KINGSTON. The third election petition to follow the December general elections ended yesterday m | win for the returned candidate, Mr. T. N. Golding, J.L.P.. member for Western St. Catherine. Bauxite Production In 1952 Princess May \||n-;il To King Hi.nl he might approve our marriano after all" "I have been so unhappy" have been married three week* no w and Rlail and 1 never been alone together. The only title I wanl i Mn Ghall The only things I want li life are to make my husband May is i kCgypt, .'.'id i low bora thai gassaatas aaeeaia C mnm aw conafdartag personal appeal .. f * h U ppyTnd\ohavV*iot.'7fchiTdW r Tfcrw Aiunimiu-, I of her marriage with ffi fgMncaag believed it possible estimated to yield who retained h .cat .gainst the J*" gSlto* fflS ' ,h 1 H HM. couW (V hav J* __ .... 1-.-W —...i • un T i h"*> prouutuon iiuiiu.li> in pajaportt withdrawn thus fonlna maica. with production Marling .'he beautiful 19-year-oli nem oielurn to Egypt "I would in lv52 whan all installations Prlnceae said: i might call up n v iio( mlnd w ui get a job if i are expected to be laid iom orolhoi Myi(iave to Dut ( nope nothing ba' At the paii tha todti told htm how much l lovM i lflupMU to Rlad."—neater. nriidui'c a.iHHi.OtX) tons of r .... .._.....,.,* ...,*,!.,<'•• per year and cmpl '''V//A'//,V/////////AV//MV/<^W/*'/.W.''#'/.'.V'.'V, -'.*thousand Jamaican workerM-n-rnn T^O TTV-VTS r*petition of Mr. B. T. Lawson. the losing P.N.1'., candidate. The two weeks' hearing the Court examined evidence in eonBiggest revenue source is Cus,. cc tion with the corrupt practitorr.s which amounted to 30.45 „.„ rharged and found in favour per cent of the colony's revenue „f the respondent, last year. Second is Income Tax. The first petition brought by Tory Chances Seem Bright By ALA NIIARYI % LONDON Conservative chance* of %  'againIng pollltral power seel right now an IheQ the last five yeaT Their pfoapeeti .ii pear to b improving slowly but tun months ago Labour ca for fhe February ganoral as an odd*-on favourite if new election were held ft neutral poaMcal iibterver* believe betting would probably be the other way The Conservatives can cite at least two pnst--inni auguries which appear to l*e baaed on BMrc than wishful thinkniM 1. Although I i all three by atai General election, Itt majority has been reduced in all cases. 2. Liberals appl ing closer to ihr OOBOI and away from IJIIWHII' If UM Conservaii. toil ihi%  itiiatiolt. they ml.I %  „• %  creating a political atmnapbari favourable to a higger '1 Of of the I.ilHT.il y %  Both points probe qualification. In the Oral alaci It is easy to arialn ta rprat byelections as indicators of Rational opinion. But. for trhal %  !'w.-rth students of statistics say ih,.t UM recent by-election u( H Yorkshire by-election a I 714 pei cent swing away fro.n I A Swing Then* was a swing 0) pgr>oani .it ibt i nn li election at Dumbarlon. s, Conservatives explain th by pointing to the abaanca %  Communlgt candidate, who %  % %  tested t'iiin Iht genet .il election Anv JIII.III %  ships is bound to ba a ConservativeB appear to hold liir winning agagi ..! I M moment They are aoeaaadfcng i avoiding any wttraa I i offend the fBWlill ind W lb* and may peataad In i feeiuiK ol oanA ana bi two parties. Barring any inn..l eJaotOral] compact, and even ruling out lh4tj possibility of local agreement* the OaaWrVatrei i 'In a strong posliioti to uire Of vli.tt IIHMIII b : a< %  ne | %  ,ent Commons %  %  HEADACHE CAUSED TERRIBLE MISERY tto DoJd's Promrtlv Bti Hit Trouble Cndrr Control -I ...t-*J0..l ..rtlhU-U.hMunl.il—*! |>MU'I Kia*>-< Pif.'"rt*tltfhr4lBjii. 4 Cw" M, S rr.~.-v' IIIMI t| %  -. ol .f. I %  rd. *lui nmm*j to agftM tl* lwoarlt hut Ihrt Jaeai in I* Up. Km. II. ( 'MM -MX Itaddl k,.b, r r.iu l MW th," Wtlr.^lK-l.l Kieaff PU1. OIM! thr BUM •Wp*'d." D14 fc ,-•., %  ,', JUST RECEIVED PI %  H which according to latest figure* ia paid by only 24.097 persons out of a total population of •.189.000 This minority of t.Ti par cent of the population, with companies and 21 aociet 1 the meantime 1,000 workers will* be emp oyed daily at i>cak by. Reynolds Jamaica Mines. LlmitL.P.. losing candidat against the P N P. winner Was withdrawn. The second petition brought by J.L.P., losing candi*d. * St. Ann, during their d< date against a P.N.P.. winner velopmentavrogramma which has was upheld on the technicality already started and a oaid 21 per cent of the ordinary tnat Ihe winning candidate was continue for two yean., with the /•venue. The Colony's public not qualified to hold the seat building of a deep-water plai .U debt on April 1. 1950 stood at bavuig had a contract with GovOcho Rios and the laying down $C3,301.6*0. ernmant at the time of his nomof other necessary installati ''BERESFORO'* DEDICATED HI-I.OH IS A PICTI Rt. of Mr. Hereford Lashley's balll hma "firreiiinnr i.nd in fruit of the house are Ihr workmen A periud. their work extremely well to get the home tin Mien in so short jiijl ion and gubite l.r B-II.\ Ite mlnhiB In Jjm-lu and the imnr'm*nl between I h r (•ovrrnment and the mminiiirwas presented to the %  .ctUlatiirc this wech h Governor. Sir John lluirinv fi.C.M.*;. Up to the present olwut S7.500.000 of Ihe SI 10.000.000 Honourable K Crown Attorney, His Honour had • 11 h Alleyne. observed I hat served in St. The fourth and iinal election vestment has been apool by Iht petition to be heard shortly Is companies m the punhase of that of the ex-Mayor of Kingston, properties and in devi I Mr. L. G Newland. General Rf rouah computation It is estiStcretary of the B.I.TU who mated that the reserves a| hgin lost his post as Mayor when the ile-l-earing lands hold be lite House was prorogued last Novcompanies rontaln at least 130.ember He is petitioning ugainst 000,000 Ions of bauxite. Not nil m inert U Honour hau -*'* %  "-'• Mr. N. N Netheraole. the Deputy these reserves however Lucia during some v.-ry rtimeult fj art( r f .,... P .., h ^L alj]p "-, fftS^SrSA."!: aTV.fjgMf "SI recorded in the elections in the pj.. • % %  ,1 Central St. Andrew constituency. FiflUrallOn MOIlHl At present two seats—-or.e Pi list. 1 I SauJi.es ,. rlell)orpek I .111,' '-."I l"-v .. Pi"' Man 1 .. J| .Ijm I I lb.) M.. lluntle> X r.ilmrr. %  teaatMi 1 Unai ->t AMKirte.l (1 tbl Tin. ( nst.r,l ire.m (! 1h) Shurl i .k. it nil I IMCE & Co.. Ltd. -> UIAI ?.'J6 HOCHICK St. \I.H IIAMUIAGS In Solid Shades—Black • iiui White PLASTIC HANDBAGS With sluuildtT Straps $.1.23 rach IMITATION LBAXBSa I NMHI.U.S In ASM. 1 UHI Colours 98.-. each CtULDSI N s IMITATION I.IATIILK UANOBAQ8 98c. each AI The MODERN DRESS SHOPPE Hroatl Sireet Backache Gone Neighbour said 'TAKE DOAN'S" years system of lurisprudence which is unique In St Lucia was particularly noticeable when after adjudicating French Lew in St. Lucia Hla Honour proceeded to Dominica where he adjudicated English Law. His Honour had devoted a conaMerabte .mount of "m education and lo establish tie between parents, tcaihi children in ngpacl %  : Kh college activities. ID During the month CASTHlfcS lecturers selected with the assistthe salclv ance of the Univeisily College of Concern is fell -.-. —.-. to anv case the series of iudgof the Honourable Louis G. Augier the West Indies the Hi Ur.li CounIS honied 1 IS[had g&S McVana. Elected %bcr for th g-^fgr figg "*3£& the I-aws of St. Lucia on a sound Weatern Dutrict. who left for St tions will be availabto to schools footing for other Judge, to follow Lucia on Friday. May 13 at 3 00 throughout the IslanoV %  Twell as Ihe Lowe. Courts Mr p m by the 8-lon motor yacht of The Education Month Lewis also regretted thgl HU Hritlah registry en route to St tot ol he Departmen HU Hour Mid .ha. he h..l Up U. 10 30 on Satyrfay morning ;ncul>„ ? l JchonU In enjoyed immensely working In "" ntwa these parts for nearly four years arri waa available al of thi ifTi.il U of the broaden the honaon of the one fur the other. "Another new playsuitt" thinks AunUa— It leeks new— because it's always Id be able u> rclurn Irom Mr. S Mmoad ol "' "> % %  '•• e to Mr F-HKlniMnl Ipaln of Mr. Laslilwy u bolnl nt:tl the district. lion *• %  HIP USA. In years to ct .ill en,..y liyina In Us h. !" .., M.,.n.,. prove .real. m. .„-hu,v. U &,..wfl lurt "jg.."*-."* „,, SIIII-UV grealnoi and normhave greatand hlnuell. BI I" nts. thru.t upon Ihem. Gr.tne. that ~ne piopl. _v ill, \.\: luted Mr. Luidilry on his achieve''•' | Amhertt" ^nf He *• surprised to ttt """ UU foundation laid only a fi •' nd the hous erei ted TT is st;RPRre.rMn \ how q ntkl-. r-n.ka.tw, ihruniatic [uin. siiir, aihir.tt rav a rtti and coai.imn uruury diinUiiggiiihiUdiMy •H Ion caii often beoveKOOK. Sirjim. aoire sUners %  k-giurd yiiur health hy Mralnlni %  can "tic aobl and lag <">' of ihe eyfem. When > Iney acioo it inatiequatc and i *ilt to til %  ( the bloud properly, pain and di-cmubrt tict,uently mult. Doan'i Ita ..-kache Kidney Till* hriiu happy relief by helping to cleanse die la.lnev lilteri and so %  limiiUnnel .heir aciitn. You can r^ly upon tliii well known I I urirury %  OnaCptk. M.inv ihoussoai of .fj-ciul mca and women have letilhed to ihe good Ucal-li Hi y hare rcgainc.l hy iakin>; Dcian'. f-Uls, 1/1 II, Iw A^fc your Deafer for Evtrf hctum te"> a S:cryrnirn with spoon" MI their mo %  orkad theii v\,i\ in of 1 today He \*i-iied Mi hi. .Han WbO 1 %  %  m.iiins llgll iftiving iht. so Quickly. He said thai ins.i won dering how many of them |h-| (il WM ,,,„ ym „ i .r ship >t coniidered the trend of even.i ||r ,.,„„.,, v 0od Bp| the "Aasnerst', and has t.hli thai wa-t going oa around them „•£... ettng a heme Quoting Haul Uwrcr.ce Dim0 ^ o( ^m workmen, wl. ing ., Maav mating faui "*••> ""; One. of the workmen, who was U [o the USA In bar. a aagnOUi negro author Mr ^-ipi,,;,.*! oy Mr Laahh • hi. day:i Heckles said: do on end up. kl „, Ml ;., m WM perrnniied our aouls and eyes shall follow ,L, ai( | vir Laahle*, M.U.E. thy continuems rise; our Ign on it" shall lift lh> story frMn bars .i Mi Plor* ,r ,: > their rrt>. IIOHI in riio.M I.TII. cornTESv .\n\t. — inrludliig— %  4'l.ltTON." lllll.Ml. MWIMK AM) rlVl.RDRV — also — TOBAI 001 rot it SQI \KI. CAI'HTAN, LOO CABIN, PfjAHir. QOLO BLOCK COLLINS' DRUG STORES I.VIMKS nh I'atenl hite Nuhurfc *.-,.!.->



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I l> Sil;l> Ma; l. IJ0. Barbabfls luuiicate FIVE CENTS Vnir X .1 GOMES CHAIRMAN OF SUGAR DELEGATION Acheson Reviews 'Cold War' As N.A. Pact Talks Open LONDON. May 15. 1TNITKD STATES Secretary of Slata Dean TllllllH reviewed, "cold war" developments in detail when he presided al the opening of the four-dux Atlantic Pad tajks here this month.*:, usually reliable sources said to-night. John Goddanl a Horse Buys In a letter to our racing cor respo ride tit "Bookie", Mr John Goddard, skipper of the W.I. cricket team. tell-. that he has purchased "Head Worker," winner of the Brighton Cup in 1946 and 1847. John, writing from the Star Hotel in Worcester says that he ha* bought "Head Worker," a brown horse by "Rhodes Scholar" out of the Felstead mare "Berettc" mainly an a breeding proposition, but as the horse is still in training he may give him a race in Trinidad at Christmas. However, he will definitely be sending him to stud next season. John Coddara also discloses that he had a thrill seeing the finish of tha Two Thousand Guineas, and another race while waiting on the photo finish to get the decision. He had a couple of pounds on the winner himself. He also saw champion sprinter "Abernant" in action at Newmarket. Among "Head Worker's" nine wins, besides the Brighton Cup over 1 mile 4 furlongs, are the July Handicap .it Brighton and the July Handicap at Folkstone twice. TinAm ntjii Stale Secretary' Virtually monopolised lh,meeting jltinu, ii by Foreign Ministers of l|M || Atlantic Treaty Slates A 0MMMJ ,n-oatc centred on Mr. l> in MiM-ecli was understood to begin at another da %  '. tioor %  oaton As the crucial talks opened In the large concert room of I -incarter House police broke up a demonstration of students | peace slogans. re not Communists", one girl flMUmnlnlm said, OH police dispersed them without any commotion. Mr Aclu'-nti'v tpeiiing review followed the pattern set by his already known plans for a concerted effort lo stop the East's harrt-hittlng pokey by total diplomacy, the usually reliable sources said to-night. It contained no sensational new points. Countries represented In the *u ...(, Council are Belgium. Canada. Denmark. Franre. Britain. Ireland. Italy. Luxembourg. The Nether lands, Nar•). Portugal, and Ihe t'nlted Stale*. %  nt with i Mli, %  itichartt i. Connolly, Chiof of NHVHI Fore Daft ai Iha rot %  V.'.II.II Aim I ii-.H %  ., Parker, permanent head of the nrilish Ministry of Defence and \ i ) %  a] Sir Wdlia.n Elliott British expert on Atlantic Port matton. — neuter STOP OIL SURVEYS NEAR BORDER — Warns Russia LONDON, May 15. MOSCOW RADIO reported lonitfht that Russia had warned Persia that reported plans for oil surveys In areasfj of Northern Persia bordering the Soviet Union "are Incompatible with good neighbourly relations'' laid down in the 1921 Treaty between the two countries. %  %  % %  ' %  The Soviet Embassy in Teheran presented a note to the ferahu (oprnmont protesting against tent concluded by the Iranian iMl Company dh foreign oil oompanlai tm typographical and geological surveys in these regions. Quoting Persian Press reports lrl Note said that the Iranian Oil Company had bought equipment (or prospecting in the •ltrnct* were also being ith American experts ti nt the work. After referring lo the 182 Treelyi ihe note said "The Sovie Qovornmonl expects that Ihe Persian Government will take the ,..-., in i cmove the ,i %  L.I the abnormal situation." The note nccused the Persian Government of taking measures 'nt military significance" m the areas on the Soviet -Persian fronl added: "What is more, for the carrying out ON RECORD PORTKNOCKIE, Banffshlre, Scotland. A woman howsohi idol here complained u< the town council about a crowing cock that woke her at 5 a m. The council decided to make a recording to sec if her complaint was justified Ruth Has A Daughter SEROWE. May I Ruth Khama, the lotmei Lo.1 don typist wlfa %  ( H are tea Khanu todny gave birth lo %  aitei hein rufhed .u the loc-i hospital here. hot buaband, Cttu of the BimanCwaU) iribe givci permission lo uavet i in neig.ii>-. HI : i. had tune to arrive. Both mother ami child are i jKirtco well. The baby was to named Jaiyueh'i. Both Ruin und Screi %  • an be banished from Bechuanaian I soon after the blrih of th.-n k n The British aulhorffles i tf-yeai ui Baretea from in* Bamangwnto inbol tOTTTtOO ''"' live years alter a judicat commission had examined Ins Illness lo be chief. His marriage lo a whstt wile had been opposed in the tribe by the regent, his uncle Thsekedi. TWENTY-EIGHT recruits being (Ufa Captain Frank Pa I Sup! i me Quaitarrnai I helping one of the youngster WI Committee Of Labour Party Planned LONDON, May la Watt Indian political leaner* presently ft) London lor sugar discussions are expected to meet at the House of Commons later tin-. week to talk over the formation. of a West Indie Cornmiltl i Parliamentary |..,i, ,., Pa] .. Imitations anlo Into rapreaontatlvei of ail colonies including Mr. Ayub Been U m British liuiana Pi. M tnovei In th< the Committee are QronadaIjorn Dr. Hyacinth Morgan, Ml 1 id Mr. M. (I. Suianan. lawycrpoUtleiari from Trim I | trying unmet contact the island's Labour Uktdai Uriah Butler here In London. Tftey both feel thai West Indies federation can best be furthered by direct help and guidance from London, and are hopeful that at the House of Commons meeting. plans can he drawn for the tint big all-colony mealing 10 %  ... the practical worfemii of F* %  in.i' |>!< ;.. .; Already Mr v c pii Bradshaw. 1 gam I n ipresent I'lvO h with rcgr r I to this r i ott hir i iha T. e G n I III present entirety i>t party MP, tever have air*" terr-i to Pr Morion I : Ask Truman Dismiss Acheson measures, foreigner* are being' bfOUfjhl '"• •" tn particular. | \ eel ;m experts." The note quoted Press reports of the organisation of the 'Iranian Oil Company." for the proapi ui exl action oi <'ii throughout Kb tha 11 i pUon of areas Hie Anglo[run iati Company's II said the company was ran-, elu < Kepul .i Wi.i/nsin). to-day aoki i Preald nl Tt uman to dismiss Secretary of State Dean these j Aphaaon, arbom the Senator 28 Selected For Police Force TWENTY-KIOHT R£0ttJTT£ started tht b Polict ..in-I yi'sterday morninii. They wire seKcled out of 600 applicant! and t*k their antrancv axamlnatl nt BUCCOM fully, and have'been selected for appointment ;is men of the Force, Goodwill mission Ml.F.el r.,,,1 %  Hotel, '.HI 1 and ihe Marine Iveraa B.tt I A for i "ti a Goodwill M'-ion, B l holidays B i %  i lain idea Is to offer Venaaualaaa a round trip t" I 0 D e I Btchclln, Corniruaaloner or Poltrc \ i,umber of IhaOK n CTUll lava their School CertlaV He haul thai HIIJ are now heterwi al Hie District 'A' Station where Ihey will i raa. Durlnj tins UBM Ibey iii receive Instritctlenj Polfer Duties, i aw, D m I 1 ..'ii mic. F Awi and drift, tod*at the end m each month ihey will haw %  At the en In • vei \ ii' .i i, t v.ill l„. passed out :i tinned P..1I,, ( i ..;, those who do not prove tlv selves suitable will return Civilian life. Condemn S. American Dictatorships HAVANA. Max IV A motli % % %  ,. ihe Infa i • Amariean AasootaUup f^i Demicj and Preeonwi )>• 1 rim. aaluni the to da latoi rondenuung then BovarnnMna in uela. Coli.-uei.,. Nirnraaun *<• .Xmitiii'o was aaaarred affaat .tiveu**u>n la ve coinmitt.-. Saiuiiartuio hotK BJ U rapi %  I ni .is reauli there area. almost an liindrtil t live COrnralttaa headed by h Qrant of the United States as president with the following members; Sera lino Itoouili: and Arnaal Schw a r ta North i: labour leader-.. Mlllo l-'iugini of tlrugoav. Culnm Mlnlater at Education Aureliano Sanchez. Arango. Hoger Haldwin, North American, Andres Kloy Itlamo nl Venezuela German v. i! H I i .ilmiibiii and Ai %  n • %  de in Torre, u Peruvian i \ilcl In the Colombian logation ii Peru Dm ini; the debate on Snnmurauon, Bannt irttno i aid I ,. II .-i* lhal the dietatoraMp ll incountry Is of steel but we are .!• um to overthrow il "—Reuler. America Has Left-Wing Government 1IXFOHD, Miiv 15 War Minister John Strache) U>mght sax) that ihe pr tttP l Unfnd Statea AoardnittraUori rai otttol the four lth>WttUJ tN nments of the WOtld tml.iv He told American students hero thai "outside Britain md Scandinavia, the United Statet administration today is probably nkON U) the left lu general economic policy and point of view than any ot the KiivrniiwnU of Western Europe %  ll is liitdi Mine the Hiileli I ..il'iiiii iiiiiieinent realised this." The tradition ..f the left-wing of Hie llnti-h laibour movement, that Anai ii a ".. DM ntnln of awld reaclion, was piofmindly out of date — I It ruler I itutd of aetraybuj the L'nited SUtes in Asia. The Senator who ha that Communists have Infiltrated the State De|Mirtment. made h-'s demand in a speech al this East Coast resort. —Reuler. More Money Voted WASHINGTON May IS. .' rta Home ol i i ( ..nferen legation hero. Tin. 16th United Nattana iiv %  i %  dalegatei hi • <• walked ouI China v •tlonallm natea* f the P< Ooven.—Heater 2 Deep Water Piers For Jamaica MM tavsaasf %  -.•'>• %  > KINGSTON. Jamaica, i it pre ant arriv• I for the Lonstruc%  ptera, thai UM other I %  %  Pedro, In St. Elizabeth, ai well at for the construction of : Uona, iniludlng a ton In Manchester. This preliminary work will occupy %  ill | Mines. Lhn•d by tha Reynolds .' • i mpanj of lha United Ban from the U.S. orathm AdminlsTroops Musi Stay In Germany WASHl".' w. i (,. rm m CJ elli %  "r Konrad Adenauer da< trad In a tervlew publu*.-l hen that Western all.. remain In Germai;. until Hi v oral had passed." He said ha did ol think woi v ould break out bat i-raaent davi B opynghted by ihe i World iiepe dogged bv bad link He was lured I., leave the Held for Ihe last 15 minutes of the match against Surrey today, and returned to his hotel with a bad cold Trestrall Mded ai aul ttltuhi m his place. Mi J M Kidney also fell a victim to the %  iwii. in weather over the week-ind. and he was absent fi Oval loilay with a slight ati...k of irstueni. Tnhjdhl the tea.i rtltli the exieption nf Mil-.'i.ill. who retired to beo\ were entaa> lainetl to dinner h the Surrey Cricket Club Labour Nets 85 Seats LONDON. Mav 15 lailmur to-day claimed an Wall net gain m U scats m *t treek'a nattonwlda local Govnment contest results which 1.1 ui'. complete I'unservatives < l.nmed lha. in lha DOMtaatt In 171 largei towna ihev hud 317 gaininelnduui i net Rain of 97 atati from facial *l Moat of the Labour 11 lot 11 ran In anaillai knvni and rural i i (l tha whole lha elecnun. showed no hai < m UH) |.*MU"O -t and c.ie. %  Tim Cornmunltki with %  recm lumber nl .andnl.iie in the nasd alrted ii" M'atu and leal -''in in the [K>NS which In lha ti" raauHi may i"'".t.. b the liRhtest on ren.nl DOW i hands in a relatively %  man numbat ol i oohi b Laboui %  lalmed that it secured oontrol "i IS luthorltMi ind teal control •( -BAN THE ATOM BOMB" UEHLIN M> l i All momber a oi itw Last i Cabtnat tecause they wanted more tune |0 talk over their plan of ii iaapootad hoenrnr that lha daiagatien *iii have a prtvate jltarvkm with Mr. James (irimlhs. the Colonial Secretary on Wednesday afternoon. This will probably Ixtheir only opportunity |o talk to him M he leaves on May 20 for a visit to Malaya. No othei Ministei are expected to be present al the meeting To-morrow raonring. delegates win tiara lha seeond prt* ih B eat nig nt the Wesi India Committee, at which they will set out the synthesis of their views. After Ihe meeting thgq ,,. be entertained lo lunch by Bh OOVI rnment at lh SaVOJ Hotel MI %  unea Griffiths is aanarl cd to be in the Chair Shools Thrrt' Vml Kills sir MANITOBA, Mu i. Leonard %  ] %  i 30. shot dead his wife, her sutler and father, aarlniiMji wounded big mother-in-Iaw and than hulled a furm near hare la Ihe'rnlf^l.'^tlT | .Inn dghi. %  eating i nllec said Keiiler THREE DIE IN RAIL CRASH ST ROSE HIT LAC MAlilllli. May 15 pl< were aiUi a\ i %  al injun d tisly—and i %  %  for n n i] u la ci ; %  of a train une.l mi ., I.i %  %  !. %  I. da, Keater FOOD POISONING IN HOSPITAL LONDIIH, May IS. The coroner lo i..ii into lha ib .HOIK of four pntients al • Luke*! Hora IU Cnelaat a. hospital offlelal aald %  >"" ail d.ilh> apiMMired l" >* %  the I of a meal Keiiler Dockers ifefuse To I'.on/' H ar Material DUNK I IK Mai I I Hart* '"-*' • > When the at lioiiiies closed tha Laboui Exchange afti %  doi h%  %  to load mllltai i aq dn nieni on tin"Mannar" duo lo sail fa Inda I i (.•rted on Saturday kert who had undertaken lo oad KM fretfl >• i deeldad later not lo load three locomotives and UH lad Tha local luuhurilics ther UieJi appi ai failed, ai I tl ktcd ihat hiring w< until lha du si i iai i ihwir Bttluide Meanwhile the \Ik>t beuifl haul reman iindei K .-uler CAPTAIN PARRIS v.\ complete With kit-bo: 4 UrpExpnbioii CAIRO MH Egypt supported b) \ rdang ex< %  Arab laWgUe. %  %  ernmeriU when the matter came ... the Arat. UJMJ tie-if I Renter SPORTS WINDOW naela Vrc in %  Srrtmt llitn'.i. TI Queen'. Part MM iEx|HM*lanl MIIIIMT AhfMirci Mi--in;i >hi| I'OHT OF SPAIN. May 15, %  • %  boonci 1 Oian (to tonsi ha^ bt-n reported 2 days [after leering Tnntdad with ten persons— the captain. U eighti' ui One |


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FACE FOUR BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAV. MAY .(. ISJll BARBADOS fgjSl AIft'OOATF r_i %  w tv> Ad>Mau o*. 11&. at mat BL. I 1 %  ii.-.il.n. Mav Hi. 19.111 Farce RECENT developments have indicated thai the island's Legislature is not functioning as smoothly as it should After %  very short interval the new session of the legislature has been adjourned for three weeks while there is a large amount of pressing legislation which awaits the consideration of the legislature. The important matters raised by His Excellency in opening the new session have not yet been commented on by members of th? liouse. The reply to His Excellency's speech has not been debated. Now because of the absence from the island of the leader of the House and th? Deputy Leader, the House has had to be adjourned and the queue of legislation lengthens daily. This is a most unsatisfactory state of affairs and is indicative of the fact that local conditions are not conducive to the smooth management of party government. It is true that if the composition of the Barbados delegation had •-"en different it would havp been possible for the House to have continued meeting. If party government has come to stay in Barbados it is time that consideration be given to steps which would enable meetings of the House to be held in spite of the absence of .a couple of members. It can hardly be argued, with ministerial responsibility in the offing, that there arc not other members of the Executive Committee in the House who would be able to conduct government business. The only reason that there can be for giving members a holiday is that the government may be defeated on a major matter when some of their members are absent. Members are now being -paid and the electorate have the right to expect that work in the House should be conducted expeditiously and that the pressing matters which await the attention of the legislature should not be delayed except for weighty reasons. The solution may lie in increasing the membership of the House of Assembly. At present the members for St. Michael and the City represent an electorate of thousands while some of the members from country parishes represent an electorate of only a few hundred. It should not be unduly difficult to give additional representation to certain of the more populous parishes. An alternative would be to have single member constituencies of approximately equal population but which would in the total increase the number of representatives. If meetings of the House were held regularly government business could be completed in time for private members to pi't through such business as they may need. In Barbados as in England, one of the modern tendencies is for government business to encroach on private members* time. This should be limited as much as possible. Parliament, in Barbados as in England, exists not only as a law making machine but also as the "Grand Inquest" of the nation. Its functions in the latter respect are of equal importance with the former, If a country is to maintain balance, changes must be mirrored in the institutions which run the country In Barbados that has not been done and it is time that Barbadian institutions should be altered so as to operate with greater efficiency now that party politics has become an accepted feature of Barbadian life. If this li out done the farce will have been created by which the legislature lakes a holiday when some members are out of the island. Daphne Du Maurier %  I* YllllSlllN Mill I AS A WRITER irf romantic la .1 wide pupui-ii appeal both in Britain and Amenta. Daphne du Maurier has made MpTCM from lh' Litgiiining of her career. Shiis Ml the author of more than half a dean novels and two biographical works, and the publication of •Rebecca' in 1898 brought her immense popularity among readers of current English fiction The name du Mauri, i been famous In Great Britain lor three-quarters of a century, and perhaps we can best imdw land her success by considering her In relation to her father and her grandfather—for each in his own day was a notable figure In the artlslir life of Ixmdon Sir Gerald du Mauricr. hep lalner. was one ol tat bastpwvad actors on the London stage. He died-in 1934, and Dapnne du Mauricr wrote a book about him. She called it 'Gerald: u Portrait', and it disconcerted a good many of his admirer*. It was not a nattering portrait, for she scrutinised her father both in his personal life and m his career with a cool and candid eye. It was a brave attempt to depict him with objective seventy, but shining through its pages are her affection for him and her admiration for his volatile genius. The home where she was brought up was a delightful one on the heights of HampsU-ad. from which you can look down over the rooftops of London. At this house there was a continual coming and going of interesting people of many different types, and Daphne du Maurier listened to the talk of actors and dramatists, of artisUi and authors and musicians. It was in this atmosphere that she and her younger mster Anyela (who Is also a novelist) made contact with people of diverse creative gift*. And supreme above all his guests In charm and wit and ImagtnaUon was the somewhat elusive figure of Gerald da>ag a soldier. Colonel Qug Mauiier. who was killed In Uie MM rw; he had di*: an amateur actor and as the author of "The Englishman'.-. Home," a popular and patriotic play which received great acclaim on production in London. But the important figure in her book is her grand-father. George du Maurier, who made a great name for himself as an artist, and became one of the stars of the humorous English weekly. 'Punch, where he elegant'y satirised the foibles of fashionable society. Towards the end of his career, when his eyesight began to fail. he turned to novel-writing and achieved even wider fame as the author of 'Peter Ibbetson' and 'Trilby, both of which were afierwards dramatised and revived again and again on the English and American stage These—and his last novel *The Martian"—were impregnated with an exquisite nostalgia and a strong spirit of romance: the romantic strain hns been transmitted to Daphne du Maurier and comeout powerfully in her flrtinn. taken seriously by nil* days, but "Rabeeca' •as honoured bi) bVBBpariBM with Charlotte brunt*'* ii insUr piece of a century %  gto, Jans Bjrre*. In both books. 'be heroine tells her own story, and captures our sympathy by speaking of her own in*lgnincu ice and timidity as she confronts ihe bitterest ordeal of her life. A great house on the Devon coast is the home of the man who marries the heroine ol 'Rebecca*. She is his second wife, and the mysterious Influence of Its previous mistress can be felt in the very rooms and pa>s;iges of the house. The terror ol the girl increases as the tale n uttoldsd The book has a haunting atmosphere, and one Important critic aaid thnt it reminded him of George du Maurier's wonderful stories, for it has the gams strand nostaglln and tenderness and agony of resignation Daphne du Maurier has gone back to the romantic tradition ol Victorian lirtion, but in doing SO she hns produced a work of dramatic originallly. Her first novel was a long family chronicle, The Loving Spirit'. It was an ambitious work for %  young writer, and the threads of the story arc skilfully and firmly woven. Iloth Its background and Its characters are Cornish. The reason why her Imagination was stimulated by that rocky peninsula in the southwest corner of England is that many years of her life were spent upon its coast. In the sheltered comer of a charming river. Gerald du Maurier had made a summer home lor himself and his family., and the two du Maurier glrU. spent much of their* time on board a 75 ton (76 tonnes) yacht In the English Channel, each doing the full work of a man in helping to handle their craft In all weathers. Daphne du Maurier became familiar also with the lonely uplands of the county, and her 'Jamaica Inn' Is the story of a girl's nerve-racking experiences when she is forced to live on a Cornish moor far from the nearest human habitation Athe author depicts it at the beginning of last century, the inn had an evil reputation; coaches no longer stopped there; and sinister things happened after dark Suspense increases as we reach the climax of the tale. It k i robust book, and the characters are boldly painted. Daphne du Maurier moved a little eastward Into the county of Devon for the scene of 'Rebecca.' a much longer and more carefully detailed book. On Its publication, this was described by critics as a romantic triumph. Romances are not often Her %  Frenchman's. Creek,' published in IMI. Is a charming story of the eighteenth century, with its scene on the rocky coast of Cornwall. The tnle reveals her knowledge of the sen in its many moods, and Is told with freshness and verve. It Is the story of an attractive English girl who breaks through all conventions and falls In love with a fascinating Frenchman who has been living a piratical life for his own amusement. It might be described as a romantic study of the unconventional, with reason triumphing in the end. This exciting and richly coloured story will continue to give pleasure to many readers who desire complete relaxation of mind. Daphne du Maurier is married to a distinguished officer In the British Army. General Browning. Mi. D.S.O., and in spite of her family responsibilities, which include the care of two daughters, she has found time to continue her literary work. Her most recent novel, 'Hungry Hill,' is a long chronicle of the fortunes of a family; it covers a lull century Jn its vigorous course. But Rebecca' remains her most important novel so far, and Is likely to retain a high place among the essentially feminine novels of romance. She has abundant skill In the evoking of atmosphere and the ability to mingle beauty with the macabre, and above all she cm tell a story and tell It with sustained power. Daphne du Maurier Is carrying on with success and high spirits the traditions of o notable family. Rebecca In Retrospect IS. Neville I ....... II Miss Daphne du Maurier wrote a very successful novel "Rebecca"; her ability to write novels does not, however, quality her to write plays, for she sadly lacks the qualities of a playwright like Mnughain. who is also an outstanding novelist. After the success of her novel one can imagine one of the friends of the authoress saying "Darling, 1 adored 'Rcbecr"'. it was nut of this world. You simply must make a play of It. It would tie loo marvellous. The plot of "Rebecca" Is good. Inn .i ( %  <"" %  plot is nol enough The dialogue is poor—often ungrammatical. and some of the characters are badly drawn. There Is practically no comic relief, and It is Insufficiently dramatic; to sustain interest; the audience Is frequently uninterested In what tin' i baractan have to soy. This was responsible for some inattention on the part of the audience and laughter in the wrong places. The Bridgetown Players liegan. therefore, with serious handicap front which escape was Impossible. Undrpla-ing of poor dialogue and pauses while drinks or cigarettes were handed round caused parts of the play to drag. Not enough emphasis was laid on some of the dramatic moments—for Instance. Mrs rie Winter's appearance for the fancy dress ball In her predecessor's dress. Chris C.racie. as Mrs. de Wmtei. made an excellent start, which was not sustained, for she failed to develop the character of the woman who shared with her husband the secret of the murder. Ralph Crowe has all the physical attributes required for Maxim de Winter, it was a pity that he did not make the most of them. His diction was excellent, but, at times his voice lacked the dramatic tone required. Florence Daysh as Beatrice Laeey. de Winter's county %  tftar, was good, and would have been excellent had she spoken less quickly. The character, Frank Crawley is a bore. Donald Wiles certainly convinced us of thai, although some of his lines were lost owing to indistinct speech. The servants. Edward Cook as Frith, and John Hurt as Robert, could hardly have been bettered; Ann Bailey made an attractive maid. Ash Greenland as William Tabb, and WllTodays Thought Posterity always establishes men In their proper rank, pulling down from Iheir pedestals those who have been lifted up through deceit. In order to make place for others who have the right to it. For this reason the great ones who are unknown may continue on their way In the conviction of eternal Justice, which Is often tardy but always certain al il i time appointed. —ALBERT WOI.FF Ham Lambert as Colonel Julys played their respective parts with confidence. Norman Wood as Jack Kiivell. the sinister cousin of Rebecca, acted well, but he was too much of a thug. Rebecca was a nymphomaniac, not a gangster's moll Her cousin was a suave, gentlemanly blackmailer. As Norman Wood portrayed the character one expected him to prodi .i revolver .it nut r .oment The highlights of Ihe evening were the performances of Greta Bancroft as Mrs. Danvers. and Norman Daysh as Giles Lacey. Both were excellent. The characterisation of Mrs Danvers left nothing to be desired, and with what grace she moved. The set was U overcrowded as .lie •iimo West Country halls. Stain was needed for the banisters and newels; paint had the unfortunate effect of making Manderley look more like Bamet By-pass suburban than Cornish country house. It was obvious that a great deal of trouble had l>cen taken with this production, and much credit Is due to the Producer. Tom McGee. and his cast for the success of the evening, for It was a successful evening. Bridgetown Plavcrg are to b# congratuloted. Neat ;.mo. a play with better dialogue, please, which would impose less strain on both enst and audience. Could we not have one day "l.ady Windermere's Fan" with Greta Bancroft as Mrs. Erlynne" The Common Cold iliv A. W. HASLKTT, Editor of "Science Today") THE influents virus being now "typed", classified ami photographed, and its changes and movements from country to country followed by a World InB wnsa Casters based in London. It was natural after World War II to try to apply the same research methods to Uie common cold Progress in the case •,t influenza had come from the discovery at Britain's National Institute for Medical Research, also in London, that ferrets can catch the disease. With the common cold, there Is no animal except the chimpanzee which can be used for Its study. Hence the suggestion, made by Dr. C. H. Andrews of the National Institute, that relays of human volunteers might be used instead. The result is the Harvard Hospital Experiment which has been In progress at the Harvard Hospital near Salisbury, in the county Of Wiltshire, England, during the past three years. The hospital itself originated in a plan developed by Harvard University in 1&40. It was to help in the control of epidemics. Later, It became the central lalioratory for the United States Army Medical Corps in Europe Having been designed in the first place for the study of communicable disease. It was well suited to be adapted in 1946 as the human laboratory of the Common Cold Research Unit set up by the Medical Research Council and Britain's Ministry of Health. TWELVE FLATS Six of its prefabricated huts, sent during World Wai 11 from the United States, have been converted to provide 12 flats—each to be occupied by two volunteers and containing a sitting room, diningroom, two bedrooms, bathroom and lavatory. Apart from radio, telephone and games, each hut has its own medical equipment and vacuum containeis for the delivery of meals. The only human contacts of its two occupants are with the masked and gowned doctor and matron who visit them daily. As a relaxation, they are allowed country walks provided that buildings and vehicles are avoided, and that a 30 feet clearance is maintained from anyone who may be met. They are allowed to come back after a six-months' Interval for a further period of experiment, and many have done so. They arrive fortnightly, and stay for 10 days, leaving a four-days' Interval between successive batches. They are given a clinical examination, including radiographs of the chest and sinuses, and a three-days' Interval is allowed for the Incubation of any existing Infection. A longer interval would have been better, but even with ihe most willing volunteers, there is a limit to what can be expected in the way of confinement. On the third day, they are Inoculated—half a thimbleful of fluid being run into each nostril with the patient on his back After two minutes he is allowed to get up, but he Is told not to blow his nose during the next halfhour. Some pairs are given entirely harmless Inoculation*, and neither the volunteers nor the doctor who observes them, know which are which. Infectious material, when wanted, is obtained by running a solution of warm salt and water into the nostrils, a little at a time, and again with the patient on his back. With so much co-operation from the volunteers, it may seem ungrateful to record that it was one of the first hopes of the experiment (hat som? animal might" be discovered which could be used instead. It Is a question of the scale on which the experiments can be conducted. Whereas several hundred mice could be handled without difficulty In any ordinary laboratory, it would require a large and specially built housing estate to accommodate the same number of human volunteers under satisfactory conditions. So far. however, it Is tho volunteers who have held their own. DIFFICULT TO REPRODUCE With human volunteers, progress has necessarily been slow. But there are some conclusions, none tha less, which can already be given. One is that, although similar effects may be produced by other causes, there is "a"' disease which accounts for a large proportion of common colds. It has been noticed also that many who have received infective material develop symptoms which indicate that a cold Is coming, whereas Ihose who have received non-infective material do not. It Is suggested. therefore, that many natural colds may similarly come to nothing—which must help the makers of preventatlves. Second, there is fairly good evidence that the cause is a virus, and that it Is considerably smaller, if so. than that of influenza. A third, and very practical point, is that the virus—as It may now be called—Is found In nasal secretions at least 24 hours before the cold shows itself. An attempt was made to confirm that-prc-symptom colds might be handed on to others by natural infection—"donor" and "recipient" remaining for ten hours in the same room, and the "recipient" then being isolated. But the handing on of a cold by natural infection has turned out to be more difficult to reproduce than had been expected. This li true also with the '"donor" al Ihe symptom stage, which suggests that the "recipient" needs to be in a "vulnerable" condition. Finally. from collaboration with the Medical Research Council's air hygiene unit at Salisbury, It Is known that bacteria can be shaken Into the air from handkerchiefs in enormous numbers, and It hus been suggested that this may also be true of virus particles. Obviously, there are many loose ends, as well as many further experiments which could be carried out If still more exact In: demands could be made on volunteers. Progics* is l>eing n.ide. however, and a steady flew of volunteers ate offering themselves for experiment, so that this Is the double Justification for present methodOar .lender* Say: Rebecca Suffers in Comparison With Other Productions L TO the Editor. The Adrorote SIR,—May I venture to ask for space In which to critically review the play? We hare so Uttle of the Theatre here that a Bridgetown Players production is Inevitably an event of general interest. Daphne Du Maurier's "Rebecca" la good theatre. Bridgetown Players presentation of this play, quite a good job In many respects, was not an unqualified success. 'Rebecca' is well written and not more ambitious than other productlona of the Players. It Is a distinct disappointment that It was not possessed of the polished finish characteristic of Bridgetown Players production. The distinct Impression of perfect teamwork was not projected across the footlights on thW or caslon. The hub of the performance on which the entire play must move, lay In the characterisations of the two IXWinters. Chris Oracle was perfectly cast and made the second Mrs De Wlntei live and breathe Italph Crowe gave a finished performance In tho part of an English country gentleman, but exercised such unadmirable restraint in characterisation that Maxim De Winter, except for one brief passage with Mrs. Danvers, never came alive. Mrs Danvers herself was played by Greta Bancroft, who turnej In. as usual, a top-drawer performance. The monotone in which she had to deliver her every line, while effective, robbed many of her speeches of V' essential Intensity which was basic in the play design, and at the same time created an aura of zombie-unreality which weakened an excellent portrayal. Favell. the villain of the piece, played by Norman Wood, was entirely off-key and emerged, most unfortunately, as a tipsy All of Ihe supporting characters are well drawn and the individual players gave a good account of themselves. Ash Greenland as Tabb the boatman and Edward Cook as Frith the butler deserve special mention. Norman Daysh has a natural aptitude fur ihe stage and should prove a lliid tor Bridgetown I'.. I "Rebecca" was played up to the footlights on a well contrived set, impressive but for the crudity cf the stair-rai's and nailed ;urtaln remnants at the French window and a certain lack of harmony in the Manderley furnishings. Tom McGee Is to be congratulated on staging a good plav with as much success as anyone could reasonably expect from a group of amateurs. The production suffers only in comparison with other presentations of Bridgetown Players In which they established for themselves very high standards, to which we have become accustomed. THESPIAN Liked AVlWra ftU Editor. The Adpocate SIR—Kindly permit me space in your newspaper to commend the Bridgetown Players for their most entertaining play— %  'Rebecca*. The standard of acting was very good indeed. I want to pay special tribute to Greta Banrvtra) Hat acting was superb. Although she had UM of causing most of the unpleasantness, bar acting was consistent from beginning to end. The play as a whole was very good. 1 sincerely hope that the Bridgetown Players will, in the very near future, be in a position to put on many more plays at their own headquarters. Floreat the Bridgetown Playera. F. A PARRIS. New bury. St George. May 15. 1950. (C.D.C.) To The Editor The Adrocale SIR.—In your issue of March 12. you published a message from your British Honduras correspondent containing the 'following message — interview, blamed the local "AC. D. C. official, in a press eovemment for thr I >v wage* the corporation had proposed paying, and claimed that C.D.C had been advised by the Labour Department to pay similar rates paid to Government manual lowest paid workers." Your British Honduras eorreI %  pendent declared that he was not at liberty to inform me who had made the statement attributed in the above-quoted passage to "a Colonial Development Corporation Official" and I therefore addresjel an enquiry to Mr. i. Thomas, tho British Honduras representative of the Corporalion. I quote hereunder Mr. Thomas's reply to my enqulr> .— "I have made a careful enJ mry and I am salisth-d that ; no time did any C.D.C. official here make a statement tithe press hlammc the local Government "for tho IJW wages the Corporation had proposed paying. As far as 1 can see the report is a coml lete distortion of an inter\iew given by Mr. Goble to the press, during which he jid. in answer to a question .s to how he arrived at a fair wage, that he i ad. ono else, on arriving in the i 'otony, ascertained from the Labour Department the rates of wage* being paid locally. You have my full authority to ejuote any or all of this letter In a public communique if vou so dsslra Your OU'dient B W. HONE. D.v.scorr TO-DAYS SPECIALS ft CO.. LTD. at the COLONNADE Usually Now Tins DANISH C REAM . .M .32 MONK & <;i.\NS III \\i MANGE (Packs) B I." Tins TRINIDAD GRAPE FKLiT HEARTS For Your BATHROOM. I.AVATORY BASINS 25 x 16 — 22 x Ifi Wall or without Pedestal COKNEK BASINS with PaSsatta! only LOW-DOWN SUITES HIGH-UP SUITES TOILET PAPER HOLDERS SOAP DISHES WHITE GLAZED TUES — " x 6" Bevelled on 2 opposite edges ., 3 edges .. corners Curved edge WILKINSON & IIAYNLS CO. LTD. Successors to C. S. 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S, TAYLORS g,rwA 14 t '* %  ;.. The above pioperty will be •*! Up In *l* al public auction at our iifhc*. HI 1S1 Roebuck Street, m meeu.-n ..i • %  day Ihe lih May. IBM. ot I. p m. Tele pnone tut. i: .S MCIIOLLS A to. *lUA.5e—n MISCELLANEOUS MGIITERS A.itlilin here again Can be had Store IT. Ml :.. DOOR MATS fibre Door Mat* Plain and Inlaid In aaveral auea Price II 11 up a W IIUTDIINBON B CO 1JMITED Dial *--.= 14 f> -i FItfT7RflS Famour RELJAN'lT: ICE CREAM HB^ZEItS In ',. I ami 3 gallon aUea Alao Ice Ptrtta, Ire Shredder, and Ice Cream Servera—Order . FLOUR BAGOpened and waahed -..hlte, all mark* taken out. Apply K K. HunU e. Co., Ud over BaU Shoe Store. Lower Broad Street Dial •! %  PAHKER || PENSnew Model— man! n Ihe old atyle, no othci r and aea r!iem KnUfhtIBSaOIn FIFE—On* Iron Pip* Itfeet long with il Inch diameter. Diet 10S3, Purity Baker lea Ltd 1MB-th. SOUVENIRS -with Barbadoa Monogram AW Traya, Cigarette Caaea. Match Boa Cover*. Tnbaeeo l^iuehea, Not* Book* Juit the iiting ror a gifi Knight" Drug KM -I83.a—In TINS--A quantity of amply tine for hatching i>:.ir'r boi|*ehold purpaaaaa. Dial Man .Punt, itakrrlr* Ltd lUB-la, %  STAl'NTON" and land thereto Uining approximately l.\Tg aquare 0th Atour Belleville The dwelling houawhich la a .landally emtc-d atonewall buila.i perlecl condition eotnpriaea .— Iiewaitalr.. Spacleua cool verai on two aide*, large drawing and < t'aalelra. S bedrooma. toilet and bath T.i. l. • fU a Wg^jte JM**; wi'li Inland fruit bMa planled. lard. Large garage ana we-nroom Alee nillight, water and gaa aie fn%  lalled threugnoui In.pe.iion by appointment Hh Mia Walla, tne awnei. Telephone Ml. py public auctl< %  I PJ ,"rt,-r-l.:->l arh I and condltlom Friday 'he Itth th. olUce of ll mi lurthrr par Phone MB3 ideralgned will aet up for aale %  <.l"P*Ullon al our OtTlc* No 11 ( day lll. I 1 p n i Friday the LOST A FOUND LOST SWEEPSTAKE TICK Finder pleaig return ei Skenilt. Roebuck Street 1T-Y ItOT. ate to John mrar CocoaWANTED HELP respectable i Nal aervaat lor einploymet i. Muat *arep in Dial 044 t Iinlm.nt (ol rv**w. for the neht man Wanted for trie Advocate Editorial De.i.n^tive ly„e ef hard work and capeeiiy t i accept r*-*oeinaibiliiy I'm' Uli.'O Adv.-at*. 14 Bmnd St MISCELLANEOUS rTOt'Sr. A furnl.h*d hnui* In Itaal.ng. nr Bocklet DWtMrt with S or J bedroom* Reply Boa HI iai i*-m liable Ireeho.d duelling houae railed "COLLEIIN" anuale at Worthing. mi a Oap leading to the aea. Th* dwelling hanaae eomptmedan on ) BMee. drawing %  > inini 1 Bedrooma. Kitchen. Toilet a; Btandmg o:i 4171 aquare feet of inapection every day aacept Sunday r kg %  .....I n -,'l R. Fa l Mr •MB For further par r. and condltlona of aale apply COTTLE. CATFORD A CO. We will **l up for Hale at public c-i netilion al our OflVe No II Hiah Kn Bridgetown, on Friday the Mth day May Itao at 1.30 P m. ALL THAT two .toned Wall Build •landing on hall '' %  > Acre of land FlagitaR Doad. Clapham The Building eomprleea On th* Oround Floor — Shop and Raker, On the Ural floor -1 bedrooma. Drawing A Dining Root"*, and one urge irnRntahed OaUery Inspection any day on apoi.ra'. %  Mr Jowph t Hill, on ine premme* For further particular* and Condition, of Sale, applv to th* undertigned : CttTTl.E. CATFORD *V C IM0 Cn PERSONAL TBE al'OAR IMU -laiAL Ulllll TIKAL BA Ta Iba eredller. b.lam, .peeialty lien* aialnuch year. Dated tin* lIRh day ot Way. 1MB. FOURSQUARE ESTATES LTD E. S Ri i fl.M -9n. -r i. \u IMII KT4tHI. *I.IIM I I M I >i B*\R Mli) Ta lb* errdllei* helalliic .r-i atalaal till RH*,t AKI. (.Illiir *gr*Mttunl Ai.i. A.I. itoa. or tn* ibove Act in reaped of -nth yea' Dated thi. lath day of May. ItM FOUHJK.UAKE ESTATES. LTD. IK' M E. S. Ri Man-. ia.SM-3n. THL 1*1 HAS IMII Mlilll AfiRICI I Tl MAI. BA--II M I lal; Ihe rrrdllar* hnldlnf *pe*Ull< 1-> atalaal FOt R-UI .4BE I *< I"KI Philip %  bovr F.i oan of CB.0M under the i he almve Act a*an-t the | Ml reapect of the Aamullur .1 t NOTICE 40TICE <* hereby aiven IBM _,*ntion of the ,inu> the Itaitiadu* Muaeuin Mad < !%  CdJ -a U i •* %  ... A-., hiy of in., bland .. H ..,. % %  I..I %  %  „ name of "Till BURIAL GROUND!' COMMITTEE" with perpetual *ucc*aalon and a r. i OdCAR I'lI.I.EKSIKlRr. LABAB *>PIRA. I'l LTi i:i PASTERNAK. JAfllB HFRSCy AIRMAN. SRVL JACOll HARRY BURAK. EUSTACE MAXWELL Sllli'-TuNE ;t, %  '.' -„ C#VfcH,\ .^flEM Mil C. IS LTJCIA A hnil^d i %  I copy : % %  I 14.3.50 —In i ApBliralinnk tf d Kc^islrrctl Nursp> ''uSIir Hcall % %  ..i J,imaica UMJ J|t( of May. Pyorrhea and Trench Mouth Slopped in 24 Hours SHIPPING NOTICES APPi .! % %  tered Nurses (Honpilnl %  %  Uw PU'IJIH2. Applicant* sliov.'d jppiy to Ihf Dm and a full The achol.. ,(ln | %  v..... } cmirm Ian %  1.1 ,i ruuca ^1 the mtfj ol SH 10 per Tn* *' %  %  inn con%  • %  hnuc %  %  1 i %  -inn H lit %  %  14.3.SO—Sn. Barbados Youth Mcv-nent N0TTCE |feg i... > until fur ADVERTISET. it paws %  E—" %  ff"?* •*"• "Maa-th. " aaeae !. ., I.. \££g r....t a I tuu aa* that foar mil of e.ery fl*e peepla are aaffVrera aeoner er later aV earned la : SSGGfesg ^Sw ; rSr3 S Fj !" WM Nw Diicov*ryISvTi Taath Aaaeaaa. Ihe durater* of an Imiflnn arientui. flghla in**a Itaublr* In a new and quu. a.< u (len.irale. ri|i t to Ihhe ireukar, atepa gum* lion, hleeg "'ii v l S' •"'"* uk "'• KS^K *£f Jf^' %  n-^a^Kg letUr from Mr W W • ahoa %  lli..iTi, it,.. A a* aeon ua-i. *-t I ,jff-r-g iron Tranei, Mouth and Proirhea tar tan teari M* eunu arie ..... r .d bleeding and I had Jo.1 lour leelh. -hU a*,ni takaa.li.rieanln.ina ur tretn.r aue.iioa ihe naagrri front ——ni-'im rt linubli <; %  „ todar utOat 1UUlion-.lad gaaran. r* PrBrrlMB-TrancJi Mouih ION I Ma-. t IK 41 I Mil r*i . i.isr i itin a U AM Z. UKK, %  )mtr> Barkado* about Jui i Twe fd •il /rii-en and gem a i ttr -•-. pm-nt al T"ndBd f<. Be %  •vmiv A COMPAKV LTlt Aeenta TrA COSTA B CO Hi %  Monl%  enat ;oadmg W*dne*da. tailing Ttttirwlai lti May. The M V T n Radar" Will ac I P.ranger* foe SI. idad railUU1 4*47 \A A£OOCL SisuunAhip CoHA BO AMEN" i :. ,wn. %  l i -* a, ntjaa -< hip VICHA i % %  Iii'.IM .1 COA II NNANT II"" PATIIlin ,1 >\ I 0| M'l .1 AVI .. 11 .'II I. MABIAN %  Mealre.l Apnl gtth Ma* Mtn Ma* l.t w.. %  Hal --1'. : HI Lawrence River i Rt. Lawtaogg R.,,r -it UTHE POPULAR tt >uur Qaawoik., Bay Mih Edition PltN Onl* 4/4 HOUSEHOLD SCALES II \\ LI II I HI; MMIIAI I:>IIOI.II >I %  NTBU.1 nil NDK1 l in -Pi.,, ,„,i ItriMil .mil Tuflut Slrrrla I IMP I Hi I I. N tllKKS \l I'lH flMKM ".* V, JOHN M. Ill ..Ul.' %  (KMUfl il I DCC0N I BL Real Egtatp Agent — Aiiellnnrrr — Hfl I'llOM. %  i PtaAJ r\TIONI Bl'ILIllHG FOR SALE The valuable FREEHOLD VU.IJV" %  ttuatad it BARHARi-.: glanding on I acrt 1 2 ro'ls and 30 peri open nnd closed Vert.*,-: Panlrv, Kili-hi-n. Stnn rooms ujwlnirs. W C ind B Ih T tree*/ml fruit treea I PRCK;RAMMK For I R. ARCHER Dinl 2!M7 id term' I Mc KF.N/.IF. SIliART & SAMPSON LTD. llaedoiuilrr* for Be.I Rum CARimiKAN WOHKKIJS UNION MEETINGS 1. CarpBntem Tuesday '. May 17th. ul 7.30 o'clock. 2. Seamen -•Venneiday Niyrt, May IV ih al 7.30 o'clock. fortran Than day Niqhl. Mciy IPlh. al C. KINSEL!. I'tANCE. Geneia! Secrelaiy. T0N1 HOME PERM CompUlo Silts and RolUla. l"l yourulf lhal natural look will. TONI—uiod by 25 million Amrrican Wom*n. Select your* now from THE COSMOPOLITAN l>uy Phoiu-s 20*1 -4HI %  'I V4lUl . M % %  • < LIP I ii. -.itr-* ' MiN RRfl I) It iLANI s M U'!'!\( I N-< AUa-ILM II. ItlH! I s RTS A to.. n,.;i, Rireat. ii,al EM U n aetl in hyw %  atari la mill BTATIONU1 A BAaUm UU kl d *llh : KEPEATiy. ; HOT OUNR ( tTKIDGM r I...I ( \s|i •V//eV/-iC .','.*--.-,*,-,*,',*^-*,Fly To %  tigned JAMER JACKMAV Cltftnn H.'l %  t TBM It > ? K jig i ir-i,i in m wife at .A1NB JONEB ihce Poee. a* I ho*g maelf reaannalble for her or one elae eontractlng an* debt or Signed WALTER JOKER Cfaurcta Village Si kOchael ig '. W >n STYLISH LADIES' and CHILDRENS SHOES With IdM ttfd.r. in While Nt:.-.i. Mi I.:.,. ALL mn IN r\siiiiN CM iidN> 'v RIOI SI R, -.'ilK %  BL M h • Ii' TENNIS SHORT*. HI \l II rVI > %  ; l GUADELOUPE EVERY AND — BY — • %  mriNUAN IMIOAIIU \> I I ilR il SfKISS S9M>I>. "'nire I663 .166, & BtCtkinl l)r|l. Ii y ('.nods Dcpl. "Prestcold" Refrigerators ARE RIGHT FOR YOU Ill 'Mil. MIM II n III slt.s %  lU'll.T Him A Mil U IN VII IV %  a not in im Km in \ %  All SIP. I. it: H ., • i :il || Iftnaj 1 lirnmtl-l.lr.l ll,r.l„.... 1 I' 1 .... %  T ;-. %  t %  ,,,,, ,i. •PRF.STAUORSCNaan JM.I HI il I p i "IK — 4,89 cu.ft. and 7.7 cu.fl. WITH A FIVE (51 YEAR GUARANTEE CROWN A CROWNING ACHIEVEMirNT 111 BRINklNG THE NEW CROWN GINGER ill



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PACE KKillT IS \illl.\IMIs AIIVIX ATI. TUESDAY, MAY It. 1*50 Surrey Face Innings Defeat By W.I. HARBOUR LOG In Carlisle Bay Comity 102—3 In Follow-on After Being Oul For 19.1 Weal Indies (for 5 dec.) i>37 ire Defeat Carlton 2-1 i by the LONDON, May 15. SURREY needed M3 runs with seven wicketsstanding id an Inning s defeatf by close o( play d*r leavinal 18 *hen he /-////>// f i leg t*fore to Johnson aflei M_ i unj 8. Paiker (ailed to repeat i si innings' performance ami wa-bowled by Worrells first delivery with the score at 48. Fishlooka however, baited well and id his 50 In 58 minutes. He BOd Constable added 49 for the third wicket and then the lattai odd goal in lhn I %  '" %  neat catch by Hue hihnmn tried the Vauxhall end Arm ,Mrot Ihc flrst tmie and proved suc.. lairij good crowd easeful arttlla Worr.il Mil preonlay uftc: duoed the occasional "boll-trtmaoon. ""•" %  one "f whi.h dismissed > ..,l< i Oral blood, .'arker who had looked fairly safe when Orttlddae Williams < tol the other during the second always iperiod when Taylor worod iron, Williams mixed leg-breaks and range. Kooglies deceptively nd Valentine Empire defended the goal from delivered orthodox left-arm slows i Ion e id and within live Worrell, the crack batsman, eminiimUof play. Marshall, th %  phasised his abi'ity as an all. . _„_. fi„-i %  i.-t-em in a goo,i ,ounder. for at one period he TWO PAIRS played then W*y into the u-mi-nnal eoon which wen! i w r ihc cross dismissed Constable. Barton and round of Ihe C. P. Harrison Cup (oursomes over the week Uche Whiltaker m ihe course of seven %  ., RockiV <.<>lt and Country I'Julv when lungIlia bnptre goal had another deliveries wthout conceding a run etui ai i !" "*, V w,„i,„. r-v,.>n\,,,r umn their shave when Lucas ot inside left As a lefl-arm slow howler, he exhi""* Will Atkinson and Miekt-> < h-illennr won their ;. I D> MS. ii -'til atniss .. |,mls Uic imminuni ol energj BeCOM IM.,UI. and BRl ..i.mi.ir DUtnaTM D datiKcroiis one from the left wing Parker proved that the West Ma h> %  The ball however wen| Over the IndJea 1 l.wling was not unplay* I bsr. .ible and was unlucky not to find rouhu. m .i,jini. land duuu The Empire tront Una soon got anrene capable of staying with Two other ser..nrl-..ind matches I going and Harper on the left wing him. His 94 included seven fours remain undecided but tent In a bullet which King saved, and occupied three and three Carlton were still on the hunt i|uartei C Gordon. I Mn.lv Svfrder Bat Lad) NIKIMM %  %  %  g i .-. ntsBjOa u Eunict*. Bch Philip 11 i M V Car mow s. Fr nd iii' S.I b>Uin Ea-l Sch M.II II, Art, Phfllu Mark M V r> Ma| %  Q oaai IfcSMioi if Mary M. Lel limi net %  t vUr*h*ll. Iram Flrni.il Gulaia Laai .;., ... %  .., ,,t. cp' %  e — frum St l-.cU %  Twn.n>ii4. I(U urn. i.M. Cspl i"nw" from Grviualu -. n. Castt. RNIV. from Bru i Uuaiw hn Moltar St. ion. net. Cap) mm. (roni Domi. CknanUan Ch*li-i|r. LAOS ton C-ao( Scotl. Irorn Si liaU %  MornarH York. l Ion. ,*i PifTt*. from Santo* it Akoa ROMMT.. *.n Uu. iwi l PnlrrMi. from V. i,...:,.. M.r.. M..M.II. .. 8lb>. Ironi St LuciB %  Olllra. J.S1J tuni>rl. Cpl V* runcMi CLARKE'S BLOOD MIXTURE Cleanse the system from blood Impurities ; many sufferers fron rheumatic aches and pains, lumbago, neuritis, pimples, boils, sores and minor skin ailments, can derive g r eat benefit from this well-known medicine. f LIQUID .r TABLET FORM PHOTO BHOWS F i i Golf Tournament Reaches Semi-Finals Bailey To bight Ralph first for goals and made n number of ;,i on Iheil opponent*' goal. Thry were however given two His occupiexl hours. Surrey fared belter at the BOBO %  tterapl Fishlo<-k batted well s leached 50 in 80 minutes. Parker from the left. Bo> 1-ut looked safe when he fell l adthoul result. .flrr scoring ll> Emyiri^ then took over and King Krnrr^ ...lied unon to save wi. ,m i Bnln( %  i one or two oeeuslons as the A. Rw c*b Lake* narte their Mar^ii^ Ba^r^b a jjdw. Wo all Fighting l^iley of Trinidad, ho arrived here recently, has Kiied lo meet Kid Ralph, U-.i'iing f-arbauos Middleweight in the main event of a programimlo nc taged al the Yankee BtadI Tuesday, June 6th by Messrs with c ii Layne and Keith Chandler. %  ne hole still to play and a chance | aalvlv* ihe nuU-h. but ihe Fighting IJailey who has had iiirdle that v.a Deeded was net victories over Marcel I)*Hi .of furthcimlnt. MaVtUllque, Young Polar of m .,i ih.. Luhieenth Ciirecao. Young Papacit'j of St. A stymie al thv t'*' lU en *'| Martins, Slipping Tincr of c.uadethe.r match .sainat C Bayley Jg.ff ^eSs" nfi imi ^ Al Tunney ' Tr,mdad Htm John RodM until the last Nlblock in Ihe running, %  > J !" .,„ |. ul e,, t Assam of Trinidad, played this week. In spite ol a badly bruised finger Jack Egan, with Jim 11 % %  partnei eliminated B J *'• W "" clairmonte. hut have deferred possible dale, whirl, In order lo allow Egan r Wn-hr. Walroll lliw r.lr-^ l. II FI..I : ToUl 'for 3 wfci. d • U ,1 MafeMl I M M J in. 4 IHIWtlNO ANALYSIS Carlton Score Sin r I I j .ifterwaras. Carlton made ^.i attaak and oreenidge, then uiMdc right who had cut in in.in Ihe ing. .-cored from a f" d •> %  m s The Empire foiwards in an effort lo draw level made a con-' nJ^si i i cecttrated attack on the Carlton ^^^' \1 nil kept their defence busy i afevr M ,\ dune. They were however s*cMhon > led ju^t before Ihe interval %  """•'__., i_X-iLtne far I Ion defence r,..,.,^ 1 !^ I" 1 ,,-,^" i m the area Half ba.k i ££** lAsMniai Symmonds who took the kick, Psrber not out lkl JiTrto^"? WoTrel?""' *"'"" On resumpUon, Carttprj were m,m,k ibw b womii first on Ihe offensive and Warren Lakvt Ooddard b Vakminr sntre forward missed the J ^"Vw.,"'""" BV 1 """ hard grounder kllby S o, !" Empln then made a series ol _MtMhon r Chruiiam b John, Ihe Carlton goal, butf -.ve.1 r.|iial to the lask oof i %  ptre again atlucked and tn i vement Harrow after re•" %  •' '"• "• %  '^"""H 1, from McCollin headed j„M iM1 „ i* i i u.i i>iit King was all there play-off matches being Nibl*'k left his" ba I iictween alter thoy hart tleri In u/illiams and Ihc hole with the M suit -.hat anothai match was halved Lucte-Smlth and Nibhave 1 nidge. I llirough rhuraday. Uia walking, i finger to and Uulfe, heal. David Lucle-Smitti ami Ian ,i„, Nlblock look all last week to deL. feat Shirley Atwcll and Eric Atkinson, two plnv-off match* necessary after thoy had tied their first meeting, and then the. piutaaoed to He again with their second-roniHt opponenui Bernard Rnlfe and N J W has %  l the training quarters Regal flub. Nelson ,uii 1 M Vmim;vlcrs The Aikinson-chaiicmii combination met the young team of Johnny Gran.mrt David lniusand Ihe kids seemed headed for a spertaculai victor) when this had their older opponents three down wilh only seven holes to play At that point experience begun lo tell, however, and where Othets might have rullapsed completely in the race "i neb odds, Atkinson und Chaliema the pressure, won Uu four matches and although they k-. still have not been detested I like) have won only one round. Now another p'ay-ofl Is necessary for ihom 111 uai a question nig tneu legs will hold out. The i Hi-s sparring partner! anTuny Sugar R.iy Robinson, : raarlam Colin. Kiri Ralph has opened his traini at the Bavec Chib, Mason Mall Street lien J. well wn local Pfc) I harnc of Ralph's traiping. He has for his aparrtna partnan Mauler, Beineid Ktcorcii movements but failed lo penetrale iheir oppo%  %  on the other hand wen trying to put themselves furthei in the lead, and during another raid, the fnrllon defence got in and sent the ball back up ITH laid Marshall on the left wing got hi .1 passed to I i sent In i: itodxi IMI.r. Radio rriisjr.-iiiinr hold tn MK-1'C-.li.li ami irMi-nl Ji( , , -;, the rituation, batn| one up with u three 10 pin) The yourtgaten then pnieeedad to take the No. Ifl water hole, putw tingihem all iq tare They halved i (he long, dog-leg seventeenth and 3 they stood on the Anal lea with the match liitigim; i n the last j hole Straight-hitting young David • Inniss there pulled his drive into the trap, and big Will Atkinson j uri By %  tremendoue wallop io the is edge of the griSO AftSI that the i>purigetere were nniahed Manning and M.-.-ll mil steadied R. I' (ioodlni and Desn Klrv.m to win Iheir we—d round milch, 1 up. All .Kiurr at thr turn they toak three ol ihe Hrsl f^ur holes on Ihe homeward -irrlh. and sltlivuiili Ihe (ioodIni—Klevan learn eul fits comes scheduled tM tin^ week are as (OUOWI To-day (Tuesday t — David Lucie Smith and Ian Niblick vs N. T. Williams and Bernard Rolfe. ppUet) play-off, a cond round. xl tour Thursday—J. O'D. Egan MAIL NOTICE and Colin Bayley and J. H. Rodger, second round. Sat in day—Semi-final | .M..I |.'... — Will r clo<#d al llw Ornrial MK ("Wa al mill M,> TlllMUStS *' 1 "* %  !•, Mailmiquf. wnHutchinson, Clairmonte. i hell, l.ucas. Warren R Hutchmsoo, r.rcenidge A...I.-,. 1 I 41 m ColonUI ComnUra.r., | ,m I n.m The Edllorlala. S |o m Prnai* P"iad. Ill.m inn •hpalra. IU H m Cloar down 1100 i UnS W SfB C ob. I 15 p m Jonn n.ll> I IS | %  II i> ", Kadlo TheoUe. IM p m Th* hew*, 4|o pm Th D.ll> BarvtM 4 Ifl p 1.1 VarH4v Cilk I 00 p m ataoouc ParlhUn. S IS p m I'r'idnnHiir I'jrrtr. J i Conwnenlary )M p m VIIK* .,1 Th< Violin. IM pm Conlii.L,.. TOO p.m. Th# New*. J 10 p m N. Aiuilyata. 1 11-7 SO pm ty, wn.ir— Annum of W I v* Kurrev ; )• s ,. m UflhI Wua*.. S M ,. \... %  a.IS p m (hi the J.t. i H p m Raeltal. S SB p m M Ttw l-i,i Nr%  in i Advctourva ol HKltard Hal p M Roport rrom Britain. low down The Weather TOIAV sun rlaeai s.39 a.m. Sun Sets: 1.13 p.m. •1 ...n (NCM> May 16. Limiting: 7.S0 p.m. Rlih Hater: %M a.m.. 5.19 p.m. VKSTKRDAV Rslnfall U'odrliiRlain Ml Ins. ToUl for month to testerday: 3.S0 Int. Irmperiturr |Mas.> 8J.a K temper a turr (MM.) 71.5 K. Hind direrlion (I .i.m.l t;. 13 p.m.) E. Wind velocity: ', miles per hour. Hiromctcr l a.m.) 71I.M0: (3 pm I Z9901. Pour tome r on J A. Sparkling glass % Spread the glass and |.e A 0 moment lo dry 3 l\>Uh lightly -tlui > ail I %  : ah* tre llrt ^• rcate. Jin .inJ B) gUVJ go I yourglasi ind mo h Fly to Windoleme INI, ,„>i I tlOM— riKTMIfCUaBMWKI i '.'' i' '' > i' ilvcry linic ly-ir v.OUUS BB ^ L TLB 6ET%  Z ". COR A FE .V .NT1M NTE WiSE CJ(iHT"0 ."r PAR7V • 0" COVIE orJtUfiATOSS-j %  %  ••3NLy_ By Jimmy Hado Cc.v.E"; THE NlfiWT OF= TWE PARry... AN? TAPA FIMC3S SHE'S INVITED EVEI?yBoy/ TrfS SIDE OF THE SU.C STREAWff* t6& A/ew feast i&SR *&' V ^ 'fane # Stays fasti wti/iout refiigenat/on BY PAA CUPPER' PAA One Way $170.98 Bw; Round Trip (325.73 BWI Via Antigua Touriit Servks bslwson Son Juon & New York • • Via Trinidad Touritt Srvie Porl al Spam & Ne. Yack OneWay $202.11 BWI Round Trip {381.40 BWI • Farci to othar PAA dslinoliom: MIAMI Ona Way Round Trip S157.U I*. S?M.f4 BWI (via Antigua) LONDON One Way Round Trip SBe.?l BWI 1108147 BWI (via Antiguo) PAA is ifis btt •I for buiinau way to travar p'eoiuie For complete informalion, coniwlt yovr Iravel oosnt or 'PAN AMERICAN M'OMD AIRWAYS PAA Gorgeous HAIR CORDS and PRINTS Teredo Anti-cri'isr Rr.islini: Hair Cords in leading %  hadgfl of Jade Grwn, Salmon. Beifie. Navy. Rose, Cn|n-ii, Hi'd. Win.-. Brown, White, 3fi in* Per yd S1.00 HORROCKES PRINTS in small designs suitable for Children's Dresses and Sun Suits. 36 ins. $ .99 In large designs (2 onlv) suitable for Ladies' House Coats. 36 ins Sl.tMl CAVE SHEFIIEKD & Co., LTD 10, II. 12 & 1? BROAD STREET Htm: IS A NEW PRODrCT roR I.XTERNAL AND INTERNAL SURFACES CEMENTILK LIQUID STONE PAINT Thli Faint may be applied lo nrw or old Cement, Anbortos <. %  im-.it. IMft*lrr. Stone, Fibre and Wood: In fset. It goa cm mod %  ts}* on almost any nurfaee It will not ehlp. flake or peel and provide* a uaahable extremely durable and weather-reilatlnr imi-li whlrh, %\hen dry. te .iKn fireproof Supplied in Htonewhite, Caen Stone and Mid Blue Oreo*. %  IMII per gin Special Thlnnen a t II M per gtn ff WILKINSON & HARKS CO., LTD. THIS IS A SIGN OF SAFETY D* Ccita Co lid Bioad St Phoof 71??


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"lTESUAV MAY 16. lSu BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE FIVE St. Joseph Will Be Prepared V/hen Hurricane Comes S I *. :: I>ai %  !.<- tn tan.' w.irmng of th< •• i' , Himifc % %  of thai | mv i tat their %  n will i, ba naught uiLUtep..rcu. rii.Hurricane Relief Commute, of Th-i aarisa held • it i %  log .it tiic Vi *Iry I toon o\r the SI Josrpli Dispensary. jt— terday afternoon, whi-.i Ihcy mam preparations In NH of thapproach of a hurricane The meellnn lasted about two hours. Members present were Hev L. C Mallalieu. Chairman. Mr G. L. GfTtcn'*. Chief Sanitarv In specter. Mr J H. Branch, Mr. E William*. Mr E A. Way. Mr A Goodman. Mr A W. Lai Mr. M. A. l-unpitl. Mi A B V Incc. Mr C An., s. Mi C. r Clarke. Mr H. Greaves, Mr. W. Maxwell and Mr. J. LCallcnrier. M ANY I'lil.,, CONSTABLES were entertained by Professor Clifton at the PointCanteen yesterday evening The Professor did many trick*, and the Constables applauded nearllly after the informal show. No preparation^ were made for the show, and the majority of tricks were done wiiii a pack of cards. R ESIDENTS of Paynes Bay. St, James, were fortunate to see a Flying Saucer at 11.05 on Sunday night. The Hr# person to see the saucer was Dudley Lawrence, art Inspector of the National Bus Company and he called others %  twill cars, coming from ami going towards St Peter wen* %  topped, and the occupants were shown the 'Saucer" It was in i north-westerly direction. An object resembling a "Sauce." was also MM dom the Olymplv Theatuand one of the Broad Street offices yesterday •vanlng between 5.30 and 6.00 o'clock. The opinions as to whether it was a Flying Saucer were con hiding, as some thought it to tie %  box kite. Mr. •"Sonny" Beal, ManThird Caribbean Labour \ Conference Opens To-day \ At Hasting* House AI.l. IMPORTANT labour piublems in the Caribbean area are going to be distii&sed at the conference of Wesl Indian Labour Officers which starts here tins morning, Ihe Labour Commissioner l* Id the "Advocate" yvstenl.iy. • t He said thai Miss S A. Ogilvie Asvuiant Labour Adviser to the B) Vtarj of State for the ColonMg, who arrived here last week -ftcr a four months' tour of the Wet Indies and will be present ,,i the conference, ha* vMMd quite a number of work places. Open* Today The conference gets underway I InBWnUlU at Hastings House at it 30 o'clock under the Chairmanship of Mr. C. Y Carstairs. CMC. Administrative Secretaiy to the Development and Welfare Organisation Attending are labour aOleera Irom RrltKh Guiana. British llonduraa. Ihp Leeward Islands. Trinidad. Daminka. Grenada. St. Jamaica. Barbados and SI I II en; %  prospective client looks i i Itr %  li I. ii nln Barbados Misses W.I. At Industries Fair 'Direct Dealing. No Third Parly' (From Our 1 Ion ('nrri'spondrnl) exhibit I',1,1 In Mr C. F. Slnll Hawkers Quit Broad Street The majority of hawkers seemed to be trying to co-operate with the Commissoner of Police, by keeping away from the corners of alleys and main streets in the city area. This was seen l'v tl.r "Advocate" who visited] a gffjg yesterday. No hawkers were seen tn LONDON. THERE IS MORE future for West Indian straw goods than there is fur sugar and rum. Trial is the impression gained trom a visit to the West Indies section of the BritBroad Street, except for a few ish Industries Fair at Earl's Court. London. who had retreated some distance • It may i,.M exaggeration, from the corners of Middle and Still. 0M del ramalnt ihal unShepherd Streets. Uverpool Iane paralleled nlerest has bean gtewn which Is generally used by fruit Ml buyers In the disseller^ was empty. plays of straw good*, while the %  IMsu and rum nas ;,. mgligible. Overseas buyers from Canada. Australia. Sweden and t h e UiuU.l Stales have been ho have visited tin 'Potick' Could Be Raised In 72 Hours With Steel Drums S huoners Cpnl E. Smith and Lai,.(alpha have for the time being glvm up attempts to refloat the rt' which has been lying on 'he .'.ireenage's bed for the past fur .ind a half months. These two schooners started to ork un the Pofte* on l*r| and failed in their attempll Alain "i 1 .inlay they tried lo refloat *-urla, %  I only to llnd thcmselve* Vln f' %  guilt unsuccessful. Sunday passed and yesterday the skipper of the LaudaJpha was seeking a berth in the outer basin of the Careenage to which he was about to remove his vessel. The Cyril E. Smith remained In the cross berth of the inner basin of the > fi'iuge. Nome who are Interested In Ihr salvaging of Ihe vessel, ran be heard making suggestleni that tinvessel ran be refloated by the use of steel drums. On* was of the opinion that. HUN use nf thai project. It rauld be raised In It hours. According to contract, the owner has another 16 days to hav remeved. %  it Rain Delays Unloading Rain caused much delay In the In Swan Street, ager of the Olympic Theati one of those who thought it to be discharging yestcrduy of 1.022 a kite sacks of golden maize and 1,136 T WO HAT TRICKS were perbags of commeal which arrived formed al a Cricket Match | n port on Sunday by the "Alcoa plaved mi the lligrBand ground> Hoaivcr" from New Orleans it SS^ASKS >7 r ;-peXr?icr n wou,d i-S^naSrXlvX tfS. fm which an Innings victory for Bver's side. Paramaribo, will not be leaving showing West Pidian sugar proBycr performed the hat trick in 5? r ^ d !" __ un i m i dd "?' *J*?1 ductior, ilgures A few hawkers were still disobeying this order as they were blocking the entrances to Luke's and Dromedary Alleys. fruit West sp h>rB were seen along the street and Luke's Alleys Speightstown Busy Again "MBGNA" CALLS The lime port nf Speightstow-i will be active again to-day when the steamship "Megna" begins load her quota of 2,500 tons sugar for Liverpool The sur.ar will I* shipped from the three jetties of Messrs riantalions Ltd. and Messr Herbert Macl>on*ld. t'hlel 1 ..ii-.n Offlrer. It \\ I Central Labour Organisation (WashlniMnl may also attend. The third of Its kiml. tnt conference will consider Ihe progress made regarding Ihe recoinmea< la lions of prrviuus conferences and deal with a variety of administrative matters %  regional interest Attending OflleiTs attending are Mr. J 1 Ramph.al. Deputy labour Commissioner. (British C.uiana); Mr E 1* Bradley. 1-al-our Officer (British Honduras); Mr. I. C Rdwards, Acting Federal Ijbou Officer. (Leeward Islands); Mi S. llochoy, Labour Commissioner. iTiim.lad); Mr. R. L. Blanchard. labour Officer (Dominica); Mr. F. S. Burrowes. Lalxmr Commissioner (Barbados). Mr O. S. Itabreo. Acting Labour (HTlcer (Orenada). Mr. I Simmons. labour Officer. (St. Lucia). Mi, It M. Jack, labour Commlssiuiier. (St. Vincent); Mr. O. H Schtt. Labour Adviser (Jamaica); and I, Mr. A. I Moriss, AssUtant | .Statistician. Bureau of Statistics. i -I llll,HI .1 i n R. and t; Chulleiinr & Co.. Ltd the first innings and Fenty did th same In the second. Byer won the toss and sent In Highlanders who were all bowled out for la. Byer captured 6 for 8 and Frntv 4 for 7 runs. In reply Byer's side knocked up 67 for 3 declared. Hlghl\nders in their second innings were nil out for 34. Byer taking .1 and Fenty 5 for 9 This vessel has also to unload here about 4,79$ bundles of timber staves, and drums of lubrilUng oil. Indies stands. They have gazed wnllf BusbeyV l rra n :e, Bin Vhe Wk r n 1 1 oH,y b0 o l f h Ihe • "Megna bv used by sellers wh £'" !" *'' >"irges. emi.lv Several ln car, v tl1 ,hc morning nZL ihe^SS bulo "' ,< of w"'r.'nl workers using the shop from n(1 C|ly wl| u „ I(|tnUll|( M at S|M-ighUtown to Join the hawkers i doors in the area around Jar Street and Milk Markvt The arrival also on Sunday of \ C1 ... Ihe "Cottica" was welcomed especially by local housewives because of its cargo of 2.500 cases kitilo.l of oondpnjed ml | k lor *l ThU vpMO Mllwl oul Jor p, v nith. England, yesterday House Belongs To Both L ABOURER.: were ousy yestcrning. Two paasengers were bookday making preparations for ed here lo sail with the erection of a Traffic Island joined the intranslts opposite the Nelson Statue. Traffic Islands are now lukfng tinplaces of temporary posts to which were attached the train signs in Trafalgar Squ;uc The islands opposite Manning*' Corner Store are already erected, and shortly the signs will be attached. T in TKN'III RLGATTA of the B H V L\ will be sai.cd In w Carlisle Bay at 2 p.m. on Wadne*Worship Mr. E A. UcLaod day. May 24. and not on Saturday, {jay tor stealing $6.64 from Mrs. May 27 Trusted Completely; Stole S%6.64 Mortimer Cummins ;. old labourer of Si Ijiwrence. Christ Church, was sentenced t.. two months' imprisonment by hiInlfrcs-led Tlnn Ihaj haVfl turned to the Mi aw goods and immediately they have become Interested. iks hav,. been produced from hitherto unnoticed and the helpers on the stands have batn subjected to a barrage "llou linn h do thi 1 handbags cost ? llou soon can we take deliveryHow long do the hi Is take to manufacture. Can we place an order for a large number of table mats7" Thick and fast have been the enquiries and thr elighied These were quickly spotted by claimed that the house waa'hls American representative of a and said that he ,li shipping workers from that to*.... These workers at* convevol '""'.' Iwck tn the City by bus late in *?r Thi. 'v^na" >ni u_ u bum and well de\Tio|MHi. U ond ship t.. ;.ll „| this p..,t lor „ (Wantl(X OT lluub| whether l^E t"T a P ,J! 1 hcKan l"""" 1 *>W have fallen arrived at Bridgetown yesterdav Souiren morning and took 36 bales of 25 1 I'ARS AGO \n\iit \li MAY 16. ltSl On Monday night last, Squires vho is known in lighting circles as (iunboal Wills, 157 lbs. and Battling Hoyte. 163, of Speightalown. St. Peter met al the Olympic Tin-.iii" In a fifteen round contest Squires won nn l. The attendance was ;i one and the interest keen. Hoyte though and well develoiMstl. 300—66 A decision of Mr. A. J. H. llanschell. Judge of the Pettv Debt Court was varied by the Judges of the Assistant Court of Appeal. Mr. G. L. Taylor and Mr. B Chencry yesterday Mr. cotton before Speightstown. 1 %  for Six Vessels Bring Fruit Some six ..-1, ?HOKTLY AFTFR II n.m. terday arrived over llanschell had adjudged a house ">'• week-end with ample supplies to lielong to Edith Best of Wavell * fruit ,rom Nuithern West InAv.nue. Black Rock. rt,,in Is'ands. Mangoes, which _. . , aw now coming to (heir peak of She had claimed that the house WilMm in some of these Islands when it was being levied formed no small part of the OB> Her husband IXJUIS Beat also goes of fruit. Knnt is one of the cargoes in ed Plantations whirh no delay Is made In shipVeVe FlUpatrick of Christ Ch-in-h. big New York l yv linn H." I u ,1,7 P, %  h .mlJ.r iV ^1 *"r h. ZSi Plnt'w>* %  ''. %  hrough, ^^ W ith them and from the t, i and stole K arell. 1 "" ._ V !" h ". bl ^" u as Mn a Execution Creditwaterfront, thev were removed m %  ident occurred al the comet Of Milk Market and rhe had lert all lite 000n locnt i rioU Broad si..-., between the motor and Molt cigarettes and money ssp .. a '^' ^ V ' r ,-,. %  ear X -429, driven by Calvin Scot. to thc value of *8.C4 P^JJ " " !" f""J*"" %  %  • ,,f Ka-iern Mam Uoa.l. Aroucn, Mm FlttMtrieh 111 tMBM OVl '. '"' I 4 the irethl Mde of the Tin Trinidad who Is employed at dence sold that *< %  cmploy.-.l penuio, Hut there Is anothes house Iwlonged to Edith Best and Seawell. and a bicvele owned and Cummins to do little chorea Jpr aWe.jnd not %  QjHlgM, I., uis Best in a proportion riddan ba Joatph J. rdan of Eagiher and navnr anapMiad ha j llnli Roud *"' nl S" 0 trusted him completely The rear wheel of the bicycle Oummins had one prevlouj was extensively damaged lonvlctlon for larceny H '-pilK LOSS of a wrist watch put on .probation fo 1 valued $40 was reported by KIMILIU For SZ:td Bennett Gooding of Jordan's LJ He stated that it was removed from his residence on Saturday. T WO BICYCLKS w.re reported missing over Hie we.-k-ei-.n Trevor Willoughby of Bank Hall reported .he It*;, of his number bicycle valued 40 from Queen Pa,*I. on Sunday. Vernon Mai-shall of Passage Road reporiPf be %  cule* bicvele \alued *4B fn m OUtaide Rocks Drug Shue al BUW1 Road on Saturday A GALVANISED anchor chain, valued . was reported lor stealing $4.00 from '. on January 24. 1949 Vestry Meeting Adjourned the imitrx. parUrularlv Amerl cans. d not like dealim throvil a third nartj. They like to he able to pul through a transaction on 'he spot The Meeting of tn e !;iktIu: ,,oie oi Vestry which was scheduled to the r requiremenis and then pasatake place yesterdoy was not hl£ [ll( (ll (l|1 ( „ individual or Arm held tut lack of %  quorum. c,,.. pm ; ip pc a | to 19 protein "' Rev. ii )( M 11 J HutchliKoii H'l n | .., „.,„(, .iitu;.! business has T Bowglng, Mr. Al! ,„.. W.-I Indian manuloppm, Mr. C. C. Browne. Mr. fa ,. ( of th i Si y -—-rlh „ E. D. Mottley. MCI 1 Mi. H ^ dlffleuH lo tudn Certainly there missing by ^ n r ;' A h ' gS Tudor. Mr. A %  Bryden and Mr ha-^ been a loaf of prestige Barbados Aquatic Llub.He_taiea v CnMe Avon: :ii*lake Parties Reached nre Bui I here 1 not so bright The bixiesl mistake Weal 300 Indian in.i,uii ., mn-i have made at this year's 11 1 1 k< not having ;• personal repreaenUttv peeaOM The West India Edith Best sum that she hud f ummitlee have put on a grand boughi the house from Emeline show for the exhibitor* but Solars in Feby 194T for $230. She they cannot get over the fact K ,,vo htf husband |70 and bought luml>er and enlarged the house. Bills had come from Plantation* Ltd to her husband hut he had told her that Ihey did not concern her. rfront. they were removed to ihe various alleys and streets fiUSS !" -*^?.!^.!-?.* hc whorp ,n *> coultl bc %  ei n on di "play in the trays of local vendors. Oranges and grapefruit arrived -n moderate quantities from Triiiidsd. Small craft whi from these islands brought supplies of stated removed during la: Cuthbei t Road on that it week. J AM__ Hall. St Thomas, reported the loss Of his Vouxhall 14 motor car. T—152. valued SUNK), fromi_ outaide the residence of Craig at llowcll's Crosi Friday Difht Cm Sunday Cart'-r on St. Stephen's ^oaii At 15 LAST SIGHT Mr C Y A ..iMairs. CMC, avc a lecture at *a YMCA. on "The .. %  ill of Industries in ThWest fcdles and Elsewhere Although the weather Settlement Court of Chancery in* ben Blanche 1 Bailey (Plainmorning at 8 o'clock uff t and Gldney C. Ashby found by Corporal (Defendant) which was set down far hearing before His Honour fh the Chief JudgB. Sir Allan Colly more, yesterdoy. Tne Wet Indies should not make Ihe same mistake next yeai All the colonies should cnler 00 J QOnblned front. Barbados, not npreaenta I thiyear, should join i 1. 1 'iniana JIK Jamaica in ; %  dattrmlned effort |C irkotl fm iheir Industries. There id be it leas* ana dlntd npresentetive present irom ,— not Industry, if not from each exhibInventigation Committs'c Mretfi The Commbvlon of Inquiry ap pointed by the QowriUN m KxecuUve Committee to Invsatl „ x S de matters connected with the Louis Beat said that it was he <;,,vernment Architect and Town MM had bought the house. UnPlanning Officer and other officers let %  -cxaiiiin iimn he said of his department opened y esterhat hit wife had given him $5,) day morning at the Town Hall and thai when he had to d PlanCommissioner Is Mr. H. A. Vaugh* tatfans. Ltd. Iiefore he had got the lumber that the house was his, it was not quite true. Emelne Sobers said that ly>uis had come ond asked her shout the hOUSt, but il was Edith wh had paid her for fl. No evidence wa* taken After lielimlnary remark* by Mr Vaughan and by Mr. F | Plaid, I. gal Dr.iiigtitsman who offered Ms sorvicea to the CorrurUsalon. lUfthai hearing waa adjourned .intil later this week. MAX FACTOR HOLLYWOOD Fresh Stock of these Famous Beuuty Preparstlons al WEATHERHEADS Lipstick 15 Shades latjaa, HMJ Powder— 12 Shades I 1 f0& CO looked threatening, the lecture was wen Aoamil ^pre^ntM the pUintiff. ""Slore this lecture, a meeting of the Scout Patrol Leaders an %  Second* was held at 5.00 while the Table Tennis Competition took place from 4 30 to *JJPJ T ill MOBILF CINEMA w .11 1 ~ giving a Show tonight at St Ciles' Boys" School P?* !" ** !" 1 benefit of reshients of me Uyand heard, because the parties reach, (or ^ hf> ,hould be empowered to lake on the spot orders and %  1 within a cer, be done and U ,i ,. treat Indies Pfnduel 1 %  npete with those of any Other area In the world. ed a settlement Mr I) II 1, W.u.l who holding the papers of Mr. O. H ed the plnlr told 'ho Court settlement had been reached and that a Conler would be prepared Mr. Ward was instructed by Hutchiiuon a. nit was represente ( i by Mr W W Reece K C My I-ord's HIM arc: The current E5 programme I Horsemen.' ludes SPEEDING Cossack McDonald Broom Well. St Thomas guilty yesterday while driving the motor What's on Today l.-ihiiur ttfficers' Conference, Hastings House. 9.19 %  " Mretlns of LeslsUllve Connell al JeO p.m. Police Band Concert at the M. HI, l HusplUl. at 4 p.m. Tennis Tournament. Garrison Savannak. al 4.1S p.sn. Faolball al Queen% Park, at MI p.m. Mobile CoMSna, -1 Ossa Boys' school, al • !ta p.m. T—55 on Constitution Road highway on April 21 Mr. H. A. Talma before whom he appeared imposed C ft to be paid by instalments or In default two months* imprisonment "Mormuck York" BringsOil Meal A shipment of 12.649 bags of .,(rived for Barbados vesterday by s.s. Morniack York. This cargo It discharged ipeeuiriH y^,,^. an( i sailed during the car rvrnlriK ^ Jacksonville. Fl. mo* Hone Bound TheAfor-nack York is one of the shins operating under the Moore McCormack Lines which make occasional calls at this port with %  mentine. JAMAICAN OUTPOINTS IRISHMAN PROTON, 1John Hazel >f Jamaica tonigtit -litweighl Indecent Language 20/A fine of 20/and J'costs' • <*f on Varona Parri* load tlnttons Hilt b) P Mi H A TaJma; %  %  id, a highTh(. %  • Wbcfber it ho a simple or throat, a com, cut, bruise or any of the coumloss "family actidenti" that occur alnott did,ljt.in Am,septic || u ideal hru aid. li kill* millions of germ, and help* guard again*! infection. Ne.er no wiihooi s hotdc of safe, rll le and rfloctitc I.nieitae Aonwptii-. LISTERINE tZaZfoTd. ,\V.%\VaV.V-\VsV.% NOW FRESH IMItIV A INI.I ON rilOU get your iuppl> from H. 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r.vcE two Cahib Calling l(.\KII.\mw ADVOCXTr B RIGADIER and MrA S Mavrogordalo arrived from Trinidad ywtenUy morning by B.W I A. on a short visit an %  Managing Director >l Messrs J. N. Harriman and Com* jiany Limited On Honeymoon M R AND MRS RALPH SAMAROO arrived from Smn Fernando yesterday to ipeml their honeymoon in Barbado* and are staying at Tndramer Ouest House, Worthing. The*,will be here for two weeks Returned to Caracas lkflSS LIANA CAVALIEROS. .1V1 the attractive Secretary of ••El Conde" Hotel in Caracas, returned to Venezuela by B.W.l.A. over the week-end She waa here for two weeks b laying at the Paradise Beech Club. THE SPINNER Enfaied Ml T HE ENOAOEMENT was announced on Saturday between Mr Ray da Silva. son of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. da Silva of Georgetown. H G and Mias Dorothy Eckstein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Georgie Eckstein, of 'Casablanca,' Maxwell Coast. Mr. da Sljva, who is on the staff of the Royal Bank of Canada has betri In Barbados since July 1949. He hns now been transferred to their Kingston Branch and he left for Jamaica on Sunday by B W.I A Taking Pictures M ISS ELIZABETH H1BBR was on shore yesterday off the -Fort Townshendlajftjng pictureof the Uland. She was taken uround by Miss Joan Kysh of th Iturbados Publicity Committee She Is taking pictures,for Furness Withy Steamships as well as for her own organisation, which sells pictures to various magnMnc*. travel agencies, steamship companies, etc. Back To The U.S.A. JR. AND MRS DURANT MOOREof Brooklyn. USA returned home on Friday evening f,\ B|W I A. via Trinidad after spending a holiday bar* They were staying with Mrs. V. Ramsay of Hindsbury Road Mrs. Moore is a sister of Mrs. Ramsay. Visitor I Impressed M ISS VaVtMTM SEKHOUSE, of Roseau.. Dominica, who was holidaying here for Ihe past two weeks as a guet of Mrs. Robert Yearwood of My Lord's Hill, expecta to return home later in the weak by the MV. "Montka" She told Carlb that It was he* first visit to Barbados and although she had not seen as much of tha Island as she would have liked, yet she was Impressed by what she had seen She hopes to return again for a further stay On Holiday A MONG tha recent arrivals from Trinidad by B.W.l.A for a holiday are Mrs N Massiah of San Fernando who is tip for a month and Mrs. L IVAndradc of Khan's Studio, Porl-of-Spaln, who will ba hare until Mav 10 The/ are both staying at 'Accra." Rocklay. Tint Time Y ESTtRDAY Pan American touched down on the new uir strip at Guadeloupe for tin' tlrsl lime In a new regular schedule southbound Mr Oenldlct Qutn of Paraham Hill. Antigua, was among the first passenger making a trip to the riench Island. A B.W.l.A plane also called there OV* fie week-end and want on to the new airport In Martinique. Tha Only East Indian C ONNY" KAMADH1N. of Sai Fernando, the only East Indian In the West Indies cricket team, has been presented with a nlca round sum of money by Indians In England who wuh him well. His colleagues In Trinidad hud already sent him over therewith a new hide cricket bag. "Sonny," Incidentally has so far twiuitted himself well on the English wickets Director of Advertising M R AND MRS. D C BYTHFLI. arrived on Saturday from Montreal by T.C.A. They hava already visited Jamaica and Nassau and will leave here on Thursday to visit Trinidad and Bermuda. Mr Rythell is Direct* r of Advertising. T.C.A.. In Montreal an—' 1 %  H 1 4ltlT i rto "P" i %  v J a1 l ana a %  a. Alrirh rope I iwn. I'mm mat mar •" %  o now srswlr lais** Kantuoar's oMsnaou !" I ja dp trui wouldears. ia) HMlklmce 1 BUUIS from DOttUDg paors ii-..i a tog. (B> M. A outautoswilt, IM paUis. %  E, It rha iic i muad mat isd to.
m>>uDim ol U-da. IB I IV. 1 I.I> CII.1. u aci.ndii..ii i BfSt? I ^*r "ie iftwr* BY THE WAY By Beachcomber I sec that Mayfalr Is suffering from an epidemic of bogus nobleman. That surprises me. In the old days you could easily Kel asked OUt to dinner or even to a country house-party if you called yourself Baron von Schneckelsdorfhochsteln Bui I should have thought people were leas easily jinpiesscdItio-day One West End icataurant has reason to remember a party given years ago The secretary of His Imperial Highness the Archduke Konrad of Weissenau-Aufwiedersehen booked the table and came to mak all tha arriingenu-nta for flowers etc rheie were 42 guests. When'the i". J w;,s p 1 ^* 0 '^ the secretary could not be found. Asked to sign M. the archduke hesitated, grew very red. and finally made a cross tit the foot of the bill. I don't believe be was a genuine archduke Opera at Snigglvfivhl T HE bandmaster, who was also tha blacksmith, laughed heartily when Klfrida Thwaekei 'Hacked him. "We're all right at a rousing march or n selection < i the green." ha laid. "But I don't see our lot at Covent Garden Thousands of virelins." "We shall begin in a small way," said Thwacker. "No Wonder." replied the bandmaster "There's not many on ua to drown all that singing. I wouldn't say old Fred Cox couldn't blast em with his trombone, but you wouldn't call that opera." "I wouldn't," aald Elfrlda grimly. "Mind you." said the bandmaster, "we'd be In tune all right, but nothing very sweet. If you take ma. Our audiences like Ihe hearty stuff Give 'em a solo on Charlie Tunder's flute and they xlarl yelling for Soldiers of lha Quean. You wouldn't want that to happen In an opera Not with actresses there and scenery and all." "The audiences," said Elfrlda, "must be trained to like loiter music." "Who's goln' to tiam >m?" asked the bandmaster. "I am." snorted Elfnda. The bandmaMci scratched his head ;ind laughed so merrily that Mis. Thwocker retired in anger to ilnd a soprano. Parrot an a TighlmfM* He had tried fo teach a dog to walk ihe riohtrope but had /oiled. (News Item.) H E probably forgot to give it a Japanese sunshade. An old sailor did once succeed in teaching a parrot to walk the tightrope. He Invited In a few friends to see the bird perform. They all roared with laughter at the absurd spectacle, and the parrot, half-wuy across, atopped. tossed its head and shrieked. "Very funny, nr. doubt, but damnably difficult t" [PARIS, where the mtd-season fashion shows give a pre-view of >s for summer—jnd "devil-may-care adds up to smartness. II I SDAV, MAY Ifi. 195A Rupert and the Dragon Pills—39 Mesa] knee-length pants Mefil, st.f at "lsjQgjth 1H>X jacket, lined With .i spectacular contrast. I-ininc.in* important 1 illy means that a 1 ' • %  r iide, an important fashion point this season French dressmaki-rs still love lo cut a dash but they are .-lowly beginning to think of tha !>cket. I. 1 s Out-Of-Piace In each of the following seta ol words, one ia out-of-place. thai Ir. there is some obvious particular quality It doesn't share with Otbei three For example, in a set consisting of LION HORSE. APE. BEAR, ape would be the intruder because it is not like uV others, a quadruped. As a test ol ,vour I. Q. spot the Intruders in these 1 Eagle, ostrich, wren, sparrow 2 London. Paris, New York City. 3 Violin, trumpet, oboe, flute. 4 Salmon mackerel, whale, cod. .i Sweden. Mexico, Switzerland Brail. xifliusw |ou n u*pa*8 1 MI %  i n •IXIM '• |UUII1I|.U| put* t Hl II Ul| \ I C|p il"la> • |.iu ii w\ **N j I iasasn muiw uj, i i %  *M>I For Short Viait AMU RALPH ex KSTKIN i. h. 2 Years With T.C.A. i"al Barbados for a short holldaj and Is staying with his uncl M._. A I'HIVINC. bv T.C A. on SaturHeggle Eckstein ai Maple Manor r ^. daj from M> n Hastings. Also here on holiday Lois Achurch who is on her flrst with her_ family Is Mrs. Colin visit lo Barbados, aboul which sh Alleyne Ralph's sister, the former has hear.i i in iii' Mfas Patricia Eckstein. She la Montreal Office of T-C-A. and aha staying with her husband'* parent-. I>r. and Mrs. T. Alleyn, al Bush Hall will be here to* two weeks sta ot the Ocean View Hotel. Mis* Achurch has been with ; two years. Well Send It Back! A KHIV1NR yesterday from "ntish Gui^l via Trinidad bv Ii W I A was Mr J ruflH •. He is here for three weeks and is staying wllh Mr. and Mrs J. A Chabrol of 'Florin Villa.' Hoekley. Mr Rodr(gu I tcr simplv -lands fat another In thta example A Is used ; UN tare*. L* X for the two Os etc Single letters, apoeIhfl length and formition i-i the words are all hints l, .; i Ma letters ate .afferent A CDptogram QUatatlon T M A C E O M IE B D E H J W M. B C 2 MPJW DTMEM PI CK FHPJ HJW i. %  ii J w M — r e c LOME ('r M d>* ( i:< !• : FARlWStiV A LONG FAREWEIX, TO AI-L MY OBI ITNESS. SHAKESPEARE THE AMERICAN . /jraiiierei ii € t ir*tl*'% — AT — EVANS AND WHITFIELDS BROAD STREET V n a* A c.lil.A I CAI.YPSO SHOW AT CLUB MORGAN to-morrow night WKD.NF.!jDAY, MAY I7TII T1IK MIGHTY TIOER l.'IKM \ IK I X itnd SMALL ISLAND PRIOR in their Carnival CMIUIMI sinflin^ the latMl Calypsoes. Please make ife.5ervalio.ia F.aily. Dial 40TO VRupert'* depjtiutt i e uddn that he LOMI ;ht ol :ftt t'.dini place st onts. roi IOIM irsfnenii F* H QWM S.trd. bai lllf i dJM ha apefif hi. eyn snd litHfi th rocket streaking ihroush great Uycn of cloud. Cradiully u chtugm m direction, and roar. k>* tt il jnd ihe great in it. drofi eft. "I ny. I %  *> land MJ an asrlol aeng I" ha %  aip*. Bui. •jaknown to hirn. wmeihing IS happaaing ibovc IUI head. C.LOBE TO-DAY 3 8.30 P.H. JAMKS IIARBAKA AVA VAN MASON STANWYCK GARDNER HETI.IN IN £a&i Sub, MM* Sick i, AII7FV (The Garden) ST. JAMES Last Show TOMTE lU — EARNER'S THRILLER EKKUL FLYNN in '"4KA HAWK" WIUNISDAV ,nd rill ItSllAV (Only) 8.3(1 f.af. WARNEIfS HIT DOVBLE "IT ALL CAME TRI E" A "HIIIDEN HAND' iimphn-y Begirt and Ann Sheridan — with Willie BEST Al|l A III CLUB n\EMA (Mambar. Only) TONIOIIT TO TIHRHnAY NK.III AT 8.34 MATINEE : TOMOKROW AT 5.0 P.M HAY MILLANI> ANN TODD GERALOINE F1TZCFRAI.D in 'SO EVIL MY LOVE" with LEO O. CARROLL : RAYMOND HUNTLEY MARTITA HUNT A Faramount 1'leture PLAZA Boh Mffl In — AND *PIID IO SPAMS" Uil 2 Shows to D.y 5 4 fl 30 p i> (HI PALEFACE Hilh lli.li.ir,! Arl.n l\i:nNi:sDAY nnd I 111 l:M>\> 9.M 8.86 P.M. Dorolhy LAMO'JR in : MANHANDLED" wiih D.n DL'RYEA Useful Household Hems FIBKK MATS :t sizes (rom $i.87 BROOMS AND KRI'SIIKS All kinds from .20 KINNKI.S Will, linu/,Wire Slrainon-. 5 INSI I il 11)1'. 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