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The Barbados advocate
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Sugar Brokers
Forecast World
Market Price
For W.I. Sugar

(From Our Own Carrespandeni) —

LONDON, May 28.
A foreedst that West Indian

Sugar surplus to the £40,000 fons
allowed by the United Kingdom
offer will easily be absorbed by
this country or Canada at world
market value is made this morn-
ing in the monthly bulletin of

Messrs E. D. and F. Man, sugar
brokers.

They state that to-day the
figure would be considerably

higher than 30/6 and bearing in
mind preferential duties the world
price would have to fall to 3.20
cents per pound before Cuban or
ciher nen-preferential sugars
could compete with the West In-
dian sugar.

The average price received by
Cuba for her sugar over the last
eleven years works out at 3 cents
ber pound but, continues the bul-
\etin the cost of labour and mate-
rials has so considerably increased
it is extremely doubtful
whether Cuba would now preduce
a crop of reasonable size on the
3.20c. basis.

Probably some rea@ustment is
needed in our ideas as to what
can bé considered a cheap price
commensurate with the cost of
production.

It may well be that instead of
feeling pessimistic the West Indies
would be justified in looking for-
swe to the future with confi-
dance,”



‘Nonsense’ Says The
Colonial Office

(From Our Own Correspondent)

LONDON, May 24.

The Colonial Office this morn-
ing described as “nonsense” recent
reports that the British Govern-
ment has informed Caribbean
Governments that they must de-
pend only on foreign shipping
lines for passenger service be-
tween Britain and the British
West Indjes. “We have given no
such instruction” an official said.
It is pointed out in shipping cir-
cles here, that in fact, in the next
few months the increasing num-
ber of passengers from the Carib-
bean will be carried by French
ines, It will be recalled that the
rench line recently -announced
at the SS. Colombie~ would
ortly join S.S. Gaseogne on
the West Indies run.





U.K. Journalists
Want Conduct Code

LONDON, May 25.

The British National Union of
Journalists today announced the
creation of an Ethics Committee
to enforce a journalistic code of
conduct. It will advise members
on their rights to refuse to under-
take assignments which might
lower the prestige of the profes-
sion. The announcement said the
appointment of the committee fol-
lowed increasing charges in Par-|
liament and elsewhere of distor- |
tion in the press.—Reuter. !



INDIA HAS A WEST
INDIAN POLICY

(From Our Own Correspondent)

After weeks of waiting,

leader Uriah Buzz Butler.



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Trinidadians
Not Surprised

PORT-OF-SPAIN, May 25.

Trinidadians were not surprised
to learn that Capt. E. Farfan was
able to bring B.W.LA. -plane
“Antigua” to a successful landing
at Homestead Airfield Florida}
after losing one of the engines
which dropped out on its flight
from Jamaica to Miami on Tues-
day.



from the R.A.F. in world war II.
He also won the D.S.O. Farfan
is considered one of the best pilots
in the B.W.LA. service.

E. R. M. Brown a member of
the registration board who was}
in Nassau, is to proceed to, carry
out investigations. There were
three pass¢ngers on board.

Carib Talks Open









M. G. Sinanan, legal] adviser to the
Butler Party has the promise of a meeting with the Party’s |



cuss the matter.

a recent

THE COMBERMERE SCHOOL CADETS ‘March Past’

the Gove

U.S. ATOM WORKERS
GO ON STRIKE

OAK RIDGE, Tennessee, May 25, |

A giant atomic plant construction project here was shut |
down completely today by an unofficial strike. The strike,
which members of the Labourers and Hodcarriers Union of |
the American Federation of Labour started without warn- |
ing yesterday, spread today to all other crafts working on}
the project, thet Atomic Energy Commission reported.

t —————-— -~ ~~ “The project is completely shut |

; - |} down,” an AEC spokesman said. |
New Chemical |



“We-have not been informed by |
the union or anybody else what|
the walkout is all about”.

7: ave S' — “163,
THA ss Yesterday’s stoppage occurred |
with >a ate eer on two new plants being built |
soon be something of the |) fer inereased production of fis-
past. An American rubber sionable uranium 235—the atomic

company claims to have de- bomb element.

A nina “a re Some 3,000 workers are affected
Mocic Rypantiicâ„¢! called: li ny the walkout, Piteae line
kills weeds and retards the were established outside the
growth of eeeee Bis. cine various entrances.—Reuter,

weeks or more without in-

juring it. Only six mowings Me ves 7 |
all the summer will be US oO Against |
necessary if tk slaims are

nena he claims are Perverts

WASHINGTON, May 24
An investigation of sexual per-|
verts in all Federal Government
iwencies was unanimously approv- |
“tl by the United States Senate |
©xpenditures Committee to-day in}
1 move to tighten security. The!
| Committee voted to provide |
| $25,000 for the inquiry, Quick |
; Senate approval is expected
| Washington



police officials have |
"| testified that there are about 3,750
homosexuals on Government pay-
rolls in the capital. Perverts are
officially rated as bad security
|risks on the ground they are an
easy mark for blackmailers and!
potential prey for Communist |
conspirators. Republican Senator
Joseph Me Carthy has charged
that the State Department is in-
fested with both Communists and

LONDON, May 24.

R. G. Matthews, Secretary of
the Coloured Werkers’ Association |
informed Sinanan this week that!
Butler returned to Londen frorn
the Country and wished to ar-
range a meeting. It is not known

!yet when they wil! meet but it is)perverts. The Department has
likely to be next week. lenied it. It was officially dis-|
Simanan is waiting to know|closed some weeks ago that 91]

the time and place from, Matthews.

Both Butler and Sinanan have
been invited te attend and speak
at a series of meetings in London
being sponsored by the Coloured
Workers’ Association.

General political and social
problems relating to the Britisl
West Indies will be discussed at

sexual perverts had been dismiss- |
d from the Department. Senator
Mc Carthy, top-ranking Republi-
can member of the Expenditures |
Committee, has announced he will
not take part in the investigation
in view of the cKarges he has!
levelled against the State Depart- |
ment.—Reuter.

‘SW
Farfan had a brilliant record | these meetings.

State Of Siege |

In Bolivia |

BUENOS AIRES, May 25. |
Reports from La Paz Bolivia
state that the Government has :
j

Plans for the creation of a West
Indies Parliamentary group wili
be advanced a step further on
Thursday night at a dinner in the
House of Commons.’ The host will
be Grenada born Dr. Hyacinth
Morgan who has invited several
Labour MPs and Sinanan to dis-
clared a staté of siege “in view of
the® political crisis caused by
versive acts of Communis

The measure will remain in
force until the Communists are

There has been a sequel also to
talk between India’s
High Commissioner, Krishna
Menon and Sinanan. He has con-
sented to meet West Indian lead-

sub-



rounded up and normalcy re-es-











| dence, and the ending of econo-

| world’s under-developer areas ft

) Laschert,

, listen to my request” the English-

rnor (wearing hat) during the Empire Day celebrations held at the

—

School on Wednesday.
Large Nations |

rge Natio | BIG 3 WARN
Interfere | ISRAEL, ARABS

be hag ft it
SAYS TITO. - af ANE PARTS, May 25.
: ‘rance +s > Uni States to-dé ne
LAKE SUCCESS, May 25. BRITAIN, France and the United States to-day warned
Without making specific refer-|_ Israel and the Arab states that if they find any of these
ence to Russia, Marshal Tito of} preparing to violate frontiers or armistice, lines the three
Yugoslavia declared today that! countries will take action “both within and without the

the large nations of the world fre Ae : ; ations”
5 ; 2 : amework of the United Nations”,
should not interfere “with the in- ai *' In a joint declaration on arms

ternal affairs of the small nations. purchases published by the French







He laid this down as one of Foreign Office to-day, the three
the three conditions necessary for | | Governments said that requests
| the easing of international ten-| SPOR ] S Y

would be considered in the light
of those countries’ need for main-
taining a certain level of armed
| forces for internal security and
| their own legitimate defence and
| that of the whole region.
|, Middle East countries already
getting arms from Britain, France
| and America had given an under-
| taking that they do not intend any
aggression on any other state.
To-day'’s declaration folkowed

sion, and for a possible basis of}
understanding among the nations.

The two other conditions were!
that more encouragement should
be given to colonial peoples wha}
were fighting for their indepen-|

WINDOW

Notre Dame leaders in the Sec
ond division football fixtures will |
oppose Y.M.P.C in a return |
game at the Park this evening |
‘ Pe ‘ : In division tree, Combermere — ||
mie or political domination of the| will play Cable and Wireless at |
Combermere while Carlton en |
gages Lodge at Black Roek |

Tonight at 7.30 ¥.M.PLC. will |
play Carlton in a first division |
Basketball game at YM. PLC

The Marshal's
made in
telephone

statement was
a special trans-Atlantic
interview with the

; ¢ | | the recent London talks between
the United Nations Cortespond- | ‘H.C.O.B. will meet y.M.c.A. || the big three western Foreign
}ents’ Association, which inter~ | in division 1 at 8.20 also at | Ministers.

viewed him in a new series of
broadcast »ress conferences with
leading political personalities
Reuter.

YÂ¥.M.P.C.



With reference to preserving the
‘; present frontiers and armistice
|lines the text of the Declaration
| said: “The three governments, if
, they become aware that any of
these states is preparing to violate
the frontiers or the lines of armis-
; tice, will not fail, in eonformity
with their obligations as members
of the United Nations, to act both
within and without the framework
of the United Nations in order to
prevent such a violation”.

“The three governments declare
that they have received from all
the states at present benefiting
from despatches of arms, the as-
suranee that the purchasing state
docs not-intend to undertake any
act of aguression with regard to
another state. Similar assurance
will be asked of any other state in
this region to which the despatch
of arms will be authorised in the
future Reuter.

Ghali Will
Turn Moslem

SAN FRANCISCO, May 25



ee ae | One West Indian
Poured Water | in Brussels Talks

BRUSSELS, May 25.
7 ‘pre >| ‘Che first meeting of the Execu-
To Cool ‘Him Off | tiv s Committee of fhe Internation-
f al Confederation of Free Trade
NEW DELHI, May 25. Unions since the Congress held in;

A young Englishman, told a Loudon last December opened in
Court here today that he poured] Br issels to-day. Delegates on the
“a few drops” water on the head| Rx cutive include seven from
of the Argentine Ambassador at|Fuyope, two from Latin America
a cabaret “because his behaviour} for: from North America, one
was extremely insulting to my|from the West Indies, three from
fiancee in particular and the public] As 4 and the Middle East and one
in general.” fron Africa, Highlight of the
The Englishman, John Kenneth twelve point programme drawn up |
Edwards, is charged with assault-| for the two day meeting is expect-
ing the Ambassador “‘without any| ed to be a discussion on the prob-

sudden or grave provocation.” lem of the Ruhr.—Reuter.

Edwards said that when he asked
U.N. DAY

the Ambassador Doctor Oscar |
to “behave himself” he|
uttered “a maniacal laugh,” which |
WASHINGTON, May 24.
President Truman today called
upon the American people to ob-
| Serve October 24 United Na-

sounded as if he were on the verge
of hysteria, “I poured the water

tions Day, by ceremonies dedicated |
}to securing “enduring world











to cool him off so that he would

man added,
Edwards said the Ambassado1

immediately threw at him a glass! peace”, In a proclamation he said| Mr. Riad Ghali, commoner |
containing alcoholic liquor which|the need for an international | bridegroom of Princess Fathia of
struck his shoulder the contents organisation to insure peace “has | Egypt, will change. from Coptic!

@ On Page 3 1ever been more urgent”.—-Reuter| Christian to Moslem before their

wedding according to the Islamic
rites on Sunday evening.

The 31-year-old Egyptian said
jhe would make a formal declara-





No Benefits from Devaluation
ONE COURSE OPEN TO U.K.

(From Our Own Correspondent)

tain that his Moslem wedding is
entirely valid. He indicated that |

objection which King Farouk of |









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; tion before an Iman to make cer- |

he hoped it would overcome the |



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“Colonies Could —

Supply ft”
U.K. Housewives Tell
Westminster Today

As Gomes Opens Sugar Batile

(From Our London Correspondent)

LONDON, May 26.

‘THE FIRST BALL in the battle of sugar between

Britain and the West Indies will be bowled
tomorrow morning at the Colonial Office by the
Hon'ble Albert Gomes. He and his delegates will
present the British West Indies memorandum to
Mr. Maurice Webb, Food Minister, and Mr. John
Dugdale, Minister of State for the Colonies.

Outside as well as inside the
Colonial Office Building there
FB. Hunt |
e
Soviet Spy

promises to be great activity.

| The British Housewives League

| have arranged for half a dozen

members with placards bearing

the words “We want More Sugar”

WASHINGTON May 25, | and “With your Help the British

Agents of the Federal Bureau of | Colonies could supply it” to par-
Investigation, now engaged on one
of the ni iv sosive spy-hunts in

the United States history, were

today centering their efforts in the

New York city area, it was re-

,, ade up and down the street.
ported here, This has been promp-



If necessary they will be
lieved by other members so that
the parade can continue all day

Yesterday the British West In-
dies delegates were tea guests of

re-

' Lord Listowel at the House of
ted by the arrest on Tuesday night Lords where they met Lord
of Harry Gold Philadelphia bio- Tweedsmuir and Mr. Creech
chemist. The FBI was reported to Jones

be concentrating their search for

a Qn Saturday arrangements have
a Soviet identi-

espionage agent, heen made for the delegation to
fled by them only as ‘John’, who ee the Derby being run
was believed to be the key go-

between in transmitting to Russta
atomle secrets passed on to him
by Harry Gold,

As many as 10 additional arrests
in the Anglo-American atomic spy

British Ship
Fae meee’ here “es! Sunk: 7 Killed

Fuchs to Gold led FBI agents “hr . |

-hrough « long, painstaking quest ; HONG KONG, ane ‘

in which 1,200 persons who might} , Captain L. C. Chureh of th

have been in close contact witn| !:175 ton British -murechantman

the British scientist were cheeked., | “Ebonol ' padioed the Navy from

Eventually, the hunt narrowed | Swatow today that his ship had

down to a small group of chemists | been sunk off Sugar Loaf Island

in the New York-Philadelphia |r near there either by a mine

area, and finally to Gold's arres,, | O° & time-bomb

Some officials made it clear that! Me said that seven passengers,

the Fuchs case was by no means! #!! believed Chinese, were kied

closed with the arrest of Gola ‘in the explosion, but all the crew
—Reutep. were sate, although some suffered

ae if injuries. The ship's owners, “i
gow es pee : | Great Sottheri ‘Sieaniship om
U S W ll H | |} pany of Hang Kong, said the ex-
eW Je I e Pp | plosion occurred yesterday when
° | the ship was on its* way from
Vietnam Swatow to Hong Kong. It «was
only partially submerged, © the
| Stern being still

SAIGON, May 25
The United States told ex-
Emperor Bao Dai, head of Vietnam

above water. f
The Company «new nothing about
passengers abroad thé. “Ebonol”.
| The Chinese erew totaited 42, the

State today that America would }|Company said, and the seven men
establish a special economic | killed were members ol the crew.
Mission to Vietnam, Laos, and —Reuter,
Cambodia to help them reach

stability,



The United States Legation at
Dalat informed him that — the

RESIGNS POST

mission would work with the Gov- Prof SEALIN, Jey Bs. ays
enments of the States and the}. Me ‘i Aw 7 I Me ye aL ‘
French High Commissioner in a|!® Medicine at the Soviet wp

|Humbald University,
signed from his post,

“The Humbold University has
become a Marxist high school and
cannot be regarded as a university
any more,” he told reporters,—
Reuter,

“co-ordinated programme of say" re-
economic aid designed to assist the
States restore normal economic
life and stability and pursue their
peaceful democratic development

Reuter,





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i iven in the] Egypt has made to his 19-year- |
ers here including the sugar}tablished throughout the country Tose LON ee ec Vadartating. giver aaa i old: sister's hartge,
Rinast Advocate Correspondent) delegation and explain to them!Meanwhile Labour Unions will f James Duby = ee - . Od aie! ay
The conference. by. the "heads carta gh wk oindiinggt eye OT Pew inteenel sisctions am, the first i: POR ne pt. tee i c oo le st she could have been | civil wedding here last month | RELISH
The conference by the heads of particular reference to the West|Sunday in July with a view to| Meeting of the West India Com- t least she gentle tis Rak eg nF oe ial ore |
the Agricultural Departments of} Tndies. eliminating Communists and_Fas- mittee in London this bl seperted Sear tes pe occsteaiiés Mae Teva Bare pare
opengd tonday und Shales ey, a seeited (ee, Wout cists Erote Shee: Late wile Goy- fen to the effect oo eins howling a ‘bare "profit on the|remained with the Queen Mother |
opened to-day under the chair-/ qndians to a reception on Friday|ernment has decided to withhold | had had on the West India non 5 Dare .Ueoe? 08 ee sie
manship of G, S. Clay, Agticul-! afternoon at India House. issuance of citizenship papers to | colonies. whole of one co vane ty _wh ce le |
tural Adviser to the Secretary oc! - rele foreigners known to be members Despite their “handsome con- She requires from this area and | A teu so p irc ohisban |
ee ee of Corrinunist organisations. tribution” towards bridging the which means so much to its in- | Bays hat the ‘ay ian Posen
The conference began by dis- ARRESTED —Reuter. —— Zap the colonies ure caper habitants bn — ee paroomn 3 = "
ussing the technical aspects cf I May 25 largely deprived of the benefits Mr. Dubuisson extended «| weeks, Fuad Sadek, au feial of |)
the egriculturdl problems in the The cence hates Postmen Return To Work of devaluation on the sale of their | warm welcome to the West Indian ; the Egyptian ¢ Fiore che ore | Aweats
West Indies and the uniformicy ; today arrested Dr. Ladislav Pin- ATHENS, May 25. {¢€xports and had to pay greatly in-| sugar delegates and wished then | Francisco; arrive: iere ag (rom | Ba
of approach towards the solutio | kas, an employee of the British | Postmen who came cut in the|creased prices on the imports. —_ | every success in their endeavour | New York on the way to a | bir ap SE
ft COCs Stennis. SS: COO | Embassy in Prague. A Czechoslo-|Greek civil servants strike, whicn “In these circumstances” said} He added sombrely “but I am The couple will travel py maa
represented were Jamaica, Trini-| yak note delivered at the Em-|is now in its fifth day, went back |M Dubuisson “it seems incredi-} afraid they are going to have not | of Madrid and Rome ane
dad, Barbados, St. Lucia, Grena-| hassy said Dr. Pinkas was being|to work today. There were indj-|ble that Great Britain should have | too easy a time”. Faika, sister of Princess Fathia,|
Attiguay and British ¢ fama. er ieee for activities against the|cations here that the solidarity of|failed to take the one course if] The twelve members of the|whose marriage has displeased |
Antigua, and British Guiana. Mr.) security of the state. Dr. Pinkas|the unions taking part in the ja@ction open to her if she wére a8|West Indin Committee due for] Farouk, said “We are returning |
“D>. K. Frampton Agricultural jis q naturalised British subject —|Strike was breaking down }seriously concerned with the wel-| retirement were re-elected! home after four years absence. |
Adviser also attended. Reuter. —Reuter ‘fare of her dependent territories “en bloc.” . That is all I can say’—Reuter
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FRIDAY, MAY 26, 195



PAGE TWO BARBADOS ABVOCATE

- tee seein
Carb Calling

Six Months in Trinidad
ISS FET CAMPBELL who is |





Where Your

Money Goes

BOOKS AND PEOPLE

By Joan Hope
| IG mystery may be cleared up

GAWETY (The Garden) ST. JAMES

Priday, Sz ay & Sunday 8.30 p.m., Matinee Saturday 5 p.m
iene cas WARNER ACTION THRILLER! (
James CAGNEY — Humphrey BOGART in
“OKLAHOMA KID”
With Rosemary LANE — Donald CRISP
MONDAY & TUESDAY 8.30 p.m., Matinee Monday 5 p.m.

¥ from Devonshire was an in- iF he Decewa: WOCTe. ie WARNER’S TOP MUSICAL!
af Wi f | has written How The Civil Service ‘ . 5 aoe SON
, Me voli ote he ome | Wo It will come from Phoenix NAVY BLUES” with Ann SHERIDAN — Jack CAR

| House. ;
| The aim of the book is to bridge

the gulf between the taxpayer and
| all public services.

Mr. Monck is an éngineer.

land. She has been in Trinidad
for about six months staying witn
Betty Rapsey’s family; Betty is a
frequent visitor to Barbados.

The only person she knew here,
she told Carib, was Miss Pat Egan,
whom she met in Trinidad during
Carnival,













QUATIC CLUB CINEMA (Members Only)
MATINEES: ..TODAY & TOMORROW at 5 p.m.
‘TONIGHT TO MONDAY NIGHT at 8.30
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That's quite a gulf you've picked
Mr, Monck.
Next mystery.

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ae Who is Don BETTERIDGE, “ AT TO DUBLIN”
Return Visit euther of Spies Last? ith RAYMOND LOVELL — GUY MIDDLETON
R. AND MRS. HARRY None other than the king of ali i and introducing MURIEL PAVLOW
COCKRELL, and _ their cloak-and-dagger men — the in- Directed by LAWRENCE HUNTINGTON
daughter Brenda returned to imitable Bernard NEWMAN, : British Pict
Antigua yesterday by B.W.LA., Sir you may now uncloak. An Associated Bri ure

after spending five weeks’ holiday
with their friends the Peterkins
and the Edwards,

They were in Barbados in 1945,
when they spent six months and
this is a return visit.

Their friends Mr. and Mrs.
Templeton were at Seawell to see |
them off.

Having A Wonderful Time
RS. BELLE de COTEAU of
Granby’s Store, St. George’s
Grenada and Miss Annie Clyne, of
St. David’s, Grenada are now
winding up their three weeks’
holiday here as guests at “Crystal
Waters”, Worthing.
They told Carib on Tuesday

Dan BILLANY would prob-
ably have developed into one otf
the finest of our younger novel-
ists. His story, The Trap, is be-
ing published — without revision
—by Faber. It was written in
an Italian prisoner-of-war camp.
Billany was mortally wounded in
an encounter with an informer.

Exciting subject for an excit-
ing author. Graham GREENE
is working on a biography of
R. L, Stevenson.







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nes

rmade this huge cartwheel
mips race meeting.
London Erpress Service.

Now Skirts Get Longer
Again

hai at the Long

PICTURED HERE are a group of the guests who attended the party
on board the Royal Netherlands Steamship “Willemstad” on the
occasion of her first visit to Barbados since she was re-named and
re-conditioned.

—L.E.S.

MONEY FGR OLD PIMMS
NEW YORK.

Best summer jobs in the New

York area have just been given

HERE was a party on board
the'Hoyal Netherlands Steam-
ship “Willemstad” yesterday after-

With Gulf Oil In

Venezuela




C r : that they had made so many e by POPPY RICHARD to 12 pretty models. All they
mone pene occasion of this M*. see MRS. em RYAN friends and were having such a have * do for all expenses paid
ship's first visit to Barbados since - who are with the Gulf Oil wonderful time that they were PARIS. Other models switched back off}and a small salary is to. sit
it was re-named and re-condition- in Venezuela will be returning tc finding it hard to leave. telubs

Longer skirts and huge hats the face with the brim silhouetted
made the fashion news at Long-— in a flower pattern, or were faced
champ race meeting. with cane in a chair-seat design.

ed. The-“Willemstad’ was form-

around the nightclubs ordering 4
erly the S.S. “Socrates”.

hot

Venezuela on Sunday after spend-

ing a short holiday at the Ocean Second Visit

British-made weather drink

A MUTINOUS CREW...

Almost the entire family rion creey3 ae ee eg ee Se Women ignored the prevailing Keynotes were simplicity and|—~?imms.
a ennsylvania an is wife from * trend, with skirts longer than elegance. ies bs,
Agee did Aro wpa regen es : Wisconsin; this is their first visit NOW back in Barbados for their |those’ shown in the leading dress- There were many chemisier IMEMBER A RAGING TYPHOON... :
the E ir Th a Wed oe to the island. They arrived on second visit, They arrived about| aking houses, usually touching frocks——tucked in the Fath and RE ai 4
Sg debe iy be eres Wednesday by B.W.I.A a week ago and will be staying 0n |the caif. Dior manner—jumper suits were next Saturday

rain or

until June 4 as guests at the

. ‘ ‘ Hats—instead of slantin for- worm by some of the smartest moonlight, there's is a ga)
films of" the West Indies cricket Lots of Rain Worthing Guest House. ward * the “fashionable” aaite ~ women. time at
team led by skipper John Goddard R. FRED GANDERT who . Mr. and Mrs. Stiles were here| are still worn on the back of the | Mamy women carried a fortune

in action in England.

in July-August last year when CASUARINA CLUD
they spent a month’s hobiday.
They said that they had a very

delightful stay then and were

im gold and diamonds on a lapel.

Clips were the favourite orna-
ments, worn in pairs, Real jew-
ellery is pushing couture junk out

spent the past three and a
half weeks holidaying in Grenada
returned on Wednesday from
Grenada by B.W.I.A. In Gren-

head, framing the face.

The whole effect, gave a much
more feminine and better bal-
anced silhouette than the “official”

Returning in November
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i yearn ex route to Enda he tld Cnt in hey have OQEM fant e anthr ore one | Sees hamian ai eel bet : cm oat eh
Tom Paten, who will be returning CCCP Paving lots or rain, and one rade Commissioner stationed in| Women seemed disinclined to req carnation in their button- ROYAL (Worthings) We ‘ RUSSE
to Barbados by the French liner rE rng” planter told him that for /Goracas. “ trust the mid-August temperature. holes. PAY EDGAR MICHAEL
“Colombie,” in November. this time of the year, it was the Two out of three Visitors wore a Mamy shoes, bags and gloves TO-DAY 5 & 8.30 LON r O'SHEA

May Settle Here hardest rainfall that they had for CROSSWORD very trim suit tightly waisted. were white and heels very high, and Continuing NEY . BERGEN

’ ° ext favourite model was a smar despite the gravel. ¢ RMS
y many years Next f ite model + p gr A OBERT ARMSTRONG

R,.AND MRS. G. VANNECK Cousins black frock. Republic Pictures present : with ELLEN CORBY * ROBEY sostt®

who--arrived yesterday by R. I. SIMMONS and his The black and white combina- Smartest woman In the paddock “THE KID FROM i pirected by pi ‘ond William €. Thomas
the “Willemstad”, will be in Bar- M young daughter returned to tion led; there was plenty of grey wore a simple bottle-green shan- CLEVELAND” --4 produced by William H: F
bados,. for five or six months, g Lucia on Wednesday by and white and some navy. tumg frock and a matching box Starrin| he

ig
staying at the Windsor Hotel. Enormous black straw hats, felt jacket with a big black velvet hat George BRENT, Lynn BARI

B.W.1I.A, He was the St. Lucia







Mr. Vanneck, now retired, was or velvet cartwheels or saucy rolling off the face. ; | and introducing

formerly Chief’ Engineer of, the eae ee oe little white shapes are almost a World Copyright a: Rusty TAMBLYN ca Contining Daily
elephone Co., in Caracas, They ad , . uniform in Paris at the moment —(L.E.S.

Say gag to oy imag ee and wpartintele” Hastines” Howell of oe d 3 at 5 & 8.30 p.m.
e it so much, they are building a * aoe } ‘adele

house near the Golf Club and’may On Third Visit + 42 ranaa EMPIRE



settle here when it is finished.
They were met on board the
‘Willemstad’ by Mr. Jack Egan.
Among their luggage was a base
of golf clubs so no doubt they wil!

R. AND MRS. GERALD
BURKE who live about ten
miles outside of Port-of-Spain
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Married in Canada to spend three weeks’ holiday} ' tin ‘(a ee DOLL COLUMBIA'S BIGGEST AIR EPIC %

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‘or the past two years was married ~~“ ~ yas a al } x i WORT — Noah BEERY

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Dann Kieffer of Jamaica.
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R. AND _ MRS.

NOEL
GRANADO who arrived on

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% Thomas MITCHELL

Richard BARTHELMES

2 Ss . it big Cricketers in England.
weds plan to settle there. Wednesday morning by B.W.LA.,] ( Phe an woree wou ts (4) | , The three friends ‘stroll tqs.mee ae i poree wus ee end gs CARY
from Venezuela to spend their] ' \'' ° #4 consequence (5) | Hastie. ror a oe ia cadlict duptieeds, SPRY eek
) Trini si WwW uu ate aul oe an h nas resent, says _ is rather su d. ;
With Trinidad Hockey honeymoon in Barbados are}?! ji) gui ts gui this. te Rise eas you to look its a beautiful coat,’ he says. ROXY we fl
Team staying at the Hotel Royal, and] és \ou wil find they may oe at our coys heose which we 2 must be prom of it (0mm
‘ ‘ are . g taken from tour oarsmen 34 n] th ipst.”” Ras e ‘'t have a ame with
RS. VERA GRAHAM-SMITH wie be td eg me aur in} 2" 3 oe alter # ple departure ay } Te 2 ' “ gi : oe Se aia will you TO-DAY to SUN. 4.45 & 8.30
eee nares. ut | am careyin ¥ - an ae | 20th C- ;
and her young son Geoffrey Venezuela, studying Economics. A comiGetade resting place (6 present.” | Flaver hoore But Rastus locks 20th C-Fox present .

arrived from Grenada on Wednes- In India and Persia

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day mornin .W.I.A, se chal - sett ) Starring
SEE Usdin chk The Oe ae RAR. AND. MAR. SAOK"| (the ned as at Ail YPTOQUOTE—Here’s how to work it: George MONTGOMERY
Hotel. She will be here for about BAZELGETTE and small mew page AXYDLBAAXR Rod CAME oN
a and 8 ere weeks before re- odie accents le i nae this means seciusiva bLONGFELLOW ae = i -- mee +
urning to her home in Trinidad, Barbados. Mr. Baze ns pee 0 a. eee y
Her husband, who is with re Welfare Adviser of the Shell! , (have ot the udu taay 14) «One teteer simply ee another. In this example A is used OLYMPIC Sein rat
Trinidad Hockey team in British GTOUP of Oil Companies in Vene-| |) fa "this is rapid, (3) for the three L's, X for the two O's. etc. Single letters, apos- ere A Columbia Re-Release SUA AA MALAOARAAAOASS
Gui i zuela for the past 12 years. For| " Lear needs little disguise & trophies, the length and formation of the words are all hints. TO-DAY , \ y
Uliana is expected to join her i vecome one. (4) & TOMORROW : PLUS :
here at the end of the week. over 18 years “Jack Bazelgette » A reguiar occupation of the Each day the code letters are different. 430 & 8.15 : :

has served in the Political Service
in India and later in Persia, and
is President of the British Associa-
tion in Caracas.

To Visit Their Daughter
R._and MRS. RAYMOND
BEACH who left Barbados



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. BY THE WAY By Beachcomber |

HE gentleman who hag com-
plained that nightingales are
interfering with his enjoyment of
radio is certainly in tune with
“the best contemporary thought.”
Scientists will soon be called
upon to invent something that
will stop bird-song, the chirping
of crickets, the buzz of bees, the
lowing of herds, and all those
other-outworn sounds which were
harmless enough in the dark ages
before radio. In those lonely
parts of the country where black-
birds and thrushes make it diffi-
cult to concentrate on a broad-
east of engines warming-up for a
motor-race. B.B.C. engineers
ought to be able to do something
to end this menace. We are not
living in the Middle Ages.

stricted menus as “free meals”.
It will help along the illusion of
equal shares for all. I wonder
what planus the restaurateurs have
for substituting some surprise
charge for all the abolished extra
charges, so that the five-shilling
nvéal, instead of costing £2, as it
used fo do, may be brought up to,
say £5. And what if the hordes
of rich Americans, for whom the
change has been made, still prefer
Paris? It will then be “Vienna
steak” again at 9s. 6d. a gobbet
instead of 5s. 6d.

I give up

A forthcoming revue will in-
clude songs written by King
Phumiphon. One is described as
a sensuous beguine.

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on SS owe j

by a film producer, so that he

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before he kissed her. Today, | |
read of a decree nisi ‘granted |
because a wife left her husband
when, on coming home each night,
he refused her request that he
ould kiss the cat. Souvent
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FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1950





The Late Lord Wavell



AN APPRECIATION
BY LIDDELL HART

Cabled from London by

Field Marshal Lord Wavell

Our Own Correspondent

LONDON, May 24.
is dead. What will be history’s

verdict? Liddell Hart famed military writer, in a biographi-

cal feature in the London Evening Standard answers “Much

depends on whether Wayell’s critics or admirers have
greater influence in the shaping of history”.

Manley Leads
Labour Day
Parade

KINGSTON, Jamacia, May 25.
Jamaica’s first Labour Day
City-wide parade was staged in
Kingston on Wednesday Empire
Day, by T.U.C., and P.N.P.
Since 1938, May 24 was regard-
ed here as Labour Day instead
cf May 1 because of its anni-
versary of labour uprising.

Heading the parade were
Norman Manley, P.N.P. leader
and Ken Hill, T.U.C. General

Secretary. The Police were on
guard through the city but no
incidents occurred. Bustamante’s
industrial Trade Union marked
the anniversary with a celebra-
tion in Bustamanfd’s South
Ciarendon constituency.

These celebrations were fol-
Jowed today by an invasion of
unemployed Kingston workers
while members of the House of
Representatives were discussing
the budget. The invaders were
rejected by the Police squad.
The reason for their action is
the victimisation claim of the
Kingston workers on the an-
nouncement by Bustamante this
week that the Kingswood films

jobs would go to Clarendon
workers since the film city
would be established

parish.



T’dad Oil Workers
Get More Wages

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, May 25
Workers in Trinidad’s rich oil
belt have just been granted wage
increases involving one and a half
million dollars per year in agree-
ment between Oil Fields Workers
Trade Union which was signed
this morning. Solomon Hochoy,
Labour Commissioner who presid-
ed at the talks said “Certainly an-
other milestone in the history of
industrial relationship as well as
a farther advance completed self-
government within the industry.

Economic experts here agreed
that the pact may have far-reach-
ing effects on the economic sta-
bility(im the, vast oil belt upon
which thousands of homes depend
for their livelihood. New wage
rates retroactive from March 4.



in that) him by

There are, says Hart “too ma
factors still unclarified to reac’
conclusive judgment.

In general, the admiring view
is nearer the mark in my veiw”.

Hart says it is easy to under-
stand how the adverse view flour-
ished, Wavell was “exceptionally
inarticulate exeept on paper, for
a man with such an active mind.

It was rare for him to converse
at all easily. In contrast his let-
ters were uently expressed”.

This inarticulateness is attrib-
uted as the reason for the failure
of Wavell to become head of the
Army as Chief of the Imperial
General Staff in 1937.

Hart reveals for the first time
that it. was only at the last
moment that Gort was chosen in-
stead of Wavell and says “Wav-
ell’s inarticulateness and the
popular appeal of Gort’s V.C.
were the factars in turning the
scales of the Cabinet's decisi

Discussing Wavell’s interests in
life outside the military sphere,
Hart tells the
story as related








himself
f how when a
Winchester
scholar, the

eadmaster re-
proached Wavell






g on
F Ghurehilt’s “ine
“creasiag distrust
of Wavell” and
the decision in
1941 to replace
Auchinleck, Hart says, it
is probable that Wavell would
have proved a greater Commander
if his chance had come when he
was rather younger.

A General in the service of a
slow moving democracy who
hopes for security of tenure and
fame should be careful to defer
his appearances on the stage until
late in a wer when resources are
becoming abundant.

Too early an arrival in the
leading role was Wavell’s chief
mistake—but no fault of his. He
had more gifts for high command
than most of those who exercised
it when the going was good and







Lord Wavell |

forces plentiful’.
Hart deals at length with
Wavell’s fortunes and misfor-

tunes in the early war and his
transference from the military to
the political sphere as Viceroy of
India,

LINGUA AFRIKAANS
CAPETOWN,
Stellenbosch University Debat-
fing Society have passed by a
Jarge majority a motion that
“English (language) has a0
chance of survival.”’ The speaker,



It is estimated that workers wil#|F. Harris, in moving the motion

get more than $300,000 back pay

said that Afrikaans was pro-

and their annual wage bill will]gvessing culturally at the expense



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

a

IN jovial mood when they met at Lahes ister Ho use
right) Mr. Acheson, Mr, Bevin and Mr. Schuman

to begin
Express



' Poured Water

Trygve Lie 7, (ool Him off
Back In U.S. °° ventas

@ From Page 1
lg is ¥
NEW YORK, going on to his face.

May 25.

“2 the Englishman said he then
h nite tions Secretary-
ein estes tn hrc e turned to the Ambassador and
yas fntrr his “cold war” talks in| 5@Y!ms “here catch this” tossed a

jug of water into Dr.

London, Paris and Moscow. He
cutstretched hands.

told reporters: “I have no reason
to be disappointed with my trip.”
““T hope to see President Tru-
man shortly,” he said when his
plane came down from the grey,
sodden skies. It had been “stacked
up” over the field for more than
an hour and a quarter owing to
fog. His meeting with reporters
was brief.

He recounted that he had met
the heads of the Big Powers, in-

on his paunch and_ struck
table at the same time,

chest.

table,

down a tumbler struck him

next table.

the

Taschert’ s
The Ambas-
sader missed the jug, which landed
the
while the
water in the jug splashed over his
Edwards said that he him-
self then walked back to his own
and just as he was sitting
in
the back and bounced off to the

The Englishman told the Wag-

cluding Premier Stalin and, after] istrate that at the time of the
mentioning his hope of seeing Mr.| incident he did not know the
Truman, said he would see the identity of the Ambassador, but

United States Secretary of State,
Dean Acheson, as soon as



learning it afterwards from the

to

POS-| manager of the hotel where the
oe _ wae — Rea ne incident occurred apoligised
abou CUR, FOr Peace OF) him.

war. He replied: “I am very hope-
ful of the whole situation.” He
then departed for his Long Island
home. He expects to hold a press}
conference, he stated, but gave no_
indication when it would take,
place,—| :

The Ambassador, however

| vey

dor, he refused,



saying ‘

Pearly Souvenirs [er ae



PRETORIA: “I said” Edwards continued, | ,,
Eating an oyster lunch in a] “We are not in Argentine now’’}
Pretoria restaurant, a man found} and we have different methods
four sizeable pearls said to be| here. “He (the Secretary) took

worth £50. An argument followed this to be a derogatory
as to who was the rightful owner,
but in the end the customer was
allowed to take them “as sou-
venirs”. Said the proprietor.
“Seeing he had bought the oys-

intended to be”.

Earlier
cution witness Mr.
concluded his evidence.
to him. On the other hand, this|
is a restaurant and not a jewel-

representative

State Trading Agency and

did
not accept the apology. When he|\
asked the Secretary of the Argen-
tine Embassy who was a member
of the Ambassador's party, to con-
his apology to the Ambassa~
‘it is an
affair for the police, and in Argen-
tine you would have been horse-

remark
about Argentina, which it was not}

today the chief prose-|
A. R. Karpf.|
He
ters I suppose they must belong: described himself yesterday as a}
of the Argentine
one

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rights in any food I sell.” night of the incident, May 5.

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And The BIF |

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There are indications that despite |
direct representauon

at the B.I.F.. referred to in a pre-
vious article, West Indian manu
faecturers have seored a _ bigger
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,otrating for peace,



“No One Will |
Be Hurt” |

BERLIN, May 25
The East German Government}
oday re-assured pare in the |
Soviet Zone that their ¢ ildren, |
now streaming to East Berlin’:
monster Communist Youth Rally,
were “perfectly safe in the pro-

tettion of the Government”
“Lmperialist warmongers have
preacd rumours suggesting that
the rally is likely to endanger
peace,” Premier Otto Grotewoh!
said in an official Government

announeement.

“None of the young people will
be hurt in Berlin,” he said. “The
Government will see to it that our
young people, who are demon
will receive
attention while

special care and

in Berlin.”

24 Arrested
Berlin police frequently
arrest groups of Free German
Youth members who are found
distributing or displaying illegal
propaganda material. The official
Communist organisation gave the
number of Free German Youth
arrested in West Berlin in the
oe three days as 24. There is no
ban on the Blue Shirts in West
} Berlin and individuals and small
‘groups of Free German Youth can
jwander around unhindered, a
jpolice spokesman said, “They
jmust not, however, mareh in an
Vorganined column, earry propa-

West

|ganda material or create distur-§Played a goalless draw today i:

bances.”

West Berlin newspaper 1 sday
)Yeported that “hundreds of Free
{German Youths” had already de-
‘fled strict orders not to enter the
western sectors and roamed
, through West Berlin on a “fact-
finding” tour, admiring the plenty |
jin the shops and the busy life on}
‘the streets. Allied observers on
the spot, however, said they had}
not yet seen a large-scale “inva-
sion” of West Berlin by curious
; East German youths. Headquar-

Island < ‘otton which has attracted \ters of the Free German Youth

e
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stimulated by



nquires all parts of the
rorid This success Was no doubt
the interest shown
o the stand by the Royal Family

uring the visit to the Fair on the

rom

second day.

But business has been brisk

all the West Indies stands and the

te

| representatives have been promi-|ehurch of St. Pasquale
| nent among the many callers and | Tiber.

| th
| ix
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mpo of enquiries has stepped up

‘ith each succeeding day.

American buyers and business

ey have shown distinct interest
1 cigars, basket work and tinned
uit juices



A Bermudan buyer
making enquiries about the coco-|
nut carvings. He had explained}
that American tourists like "ee
j objects as souvenirs and he hes
jasked whether the =
| “Jamaica” and “Trinidad” at pres-|
| ent inscribed on the coeonuts can
be changed to “Bermuda,”
Replying to the Court, Mr
Karpf, said today he thought the

reason for Edward’s “Stage behav

it

“T cannot

yur Was political.” He added:

help thinking that the |

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The present state of the Stova These a ues
‘ommunist Party is not satisfac
tory, the Czechoslovak Fkureig
Minister, Villem Siroky, told
congress of the party in Lrati-
slava The Minister was com-

menting on the recently announced
dismissals, for “bourgeois nation-
alism”, of former Foreign Minis-
ter Vladimier Clementis and of
Ter Gustav Husak, former head
of the local Slovak Government
and the Member for Education

Ladisva Novomesky. He referrec
to the successful fulfilment of in-

dustrial and other targets in Slo-
vakia, but spoke of diMicuities |
which were being encountered in
introducing socialism and co-
operative farming in the villages
He said that in this particular
direction Slovakia had failed tc
accomplish the tasks set out at .

meeting of the Central Commit
tee of the Czechoslovak Commu-
nist Party held in Prague three
months ago.—Reuter,



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Kiy Sefton Delmer |

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E had not changed anything like as much as I
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Tae ae 4 B
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i Friday, May 26, 1950 By David Temple Roberts



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$1.16









" Tins Highmoor
44 had not seen Victor von Henckel-Donnersmarck for
" Ss i; theta “and ere a) proditabitty of an Pearecion then, some parallel, Without 2 doubt| 16 years, and that these had been . one ie baeween, GUAVA JELLY 57 50
" Sra e re- truly, the gears grind slowly. the aid sent to Europe from: those silvery strands in his hair, that slight twite
é uppor t To uris —_ pinta ag oes ae The Australian ph is the North America is always a od in his ean ae could be written off as the Mc, Ewans BEER 26 20
5 iati Let ny reverse. Let us vote the money. i rtant “story” in the} norma! ravages of time. , J ai
THE Electors Association are to be con- | Asia. The Sydney Conference, Let us show the imbapoudacd United. States, where most of it] He seemed as cheerful as ever. But I watched :
3 gratulated on their wholehearted endorse- ues aso mange emgeelay oe. a es ae I that comes from, than in Europe, go ; him carefully =* we sat together talking in a Kur-
by, ment of tourism as an industry for hold South East” Asia s e a cks, us most of the aid is received. e | furstendam café.

t against make a gesture with as large an Marshall Plan also provides an-|
Communist advance, seems _to aggregate total as possible. Mr. other example of how to make
have gained a livelier reputation Spender has already got the these schemes work. In a sense it
—at least with the press—than “Spender Plan” to his name; and is administered as a mixture be-

Every now and again a look of fatigue came into
his face, a lisless timidity. And then I realised it.
His good. English-made pre-war clothes and

Barbados.



HERE 1S YOUR CHANCE



learned about Russia from Victor and the other
recently returned prisoners I have spoken to here
in Germany is more illuminating than anything I
gathered on my own carefully shepherded visits to
Russia, or wha I have heard from diplomat friends
who have returned from there since.

For these Germans had been sent to work in
parts of Soviet Russia which no foreigner has been
permitted ‘» visit.

Three of the men I talked with had been working
in Russia's top secret industrial area east of the
Urals

They had been there building factories and bor-

would be such an impression ae bitious schemes *.. bagi a4

i confidence that Communism could is now under way throughout the
Appoint nate Trem Canads. never take root. (To this simple British Colonies, under rule of
i view this writer does not sub- Treasury purse-strings, and that
scribe; Communism

so that all the schemes pull to-
gether, It has worked—in spite of
some moments of strain!

Dial 4472 & 4687 oie BECKWITH STORES

i ilki ; : ; his gay manner were just a little bit like the bright s
Their leader Mr. J. H. Wilkinson made it | the dull uncontroversial meeting he intends it to be spectacular. tween the “British, cautious soon lights on the buildings around us. They were to select first class
clear that the Electors Association will | @+ Colombo last January. ee se ae method” ant a eee there to hide the wiaaee eas in Sid quality
% : . s 4 : repo ere, the Gov- dashing scheme. ouble pro- Outwardly, however, I could find nothing in him
‘ support a policy which involves direct ee ne to a6 that ernments concerned would have cess goes on. In Europe the| to recall those ragged and toothless German prison-
‘ Government assistance of the new indus- | Gn the effectiveness ithe © ai control over how the money is to American administrators of thejers 1 had seen dragging themselves through the ENAMEL
i try. This policy he is reported as saying bo Conference ‘are now “doubting eee Bure ae we? ae ae ae thelr ecient may te gg ten By Se the pa nae
we 7 F . X ure ‘Ovi ents on 2 riven from oscow to gorsk,. r @ pale, nol- >
t on Tuesday night will have to permit new, ee . 4 oe wee Peat on needs each yout, Tomy then atten: low Germans I had met in the tractor plant at ore & 12 pint
i : . » : a : S 5 rava- | Stalingrad. s ,
5 companies to import certain materials | divided opinions. What are the economic point of view the British pnt 4 ee Sana tor phir St ar. a. NN i mbes
» duty free and will give freedom from differences? Treasury’s attitude is the t«tter. nomies with each Government. At] turned to Berlin from Soviet Russia. Five years he LADLES
» 5 gee Spending money on raising stand- the « time, on the other side} had spent there as a prisoner of war. Five years SOAP DISHES
} taxation in the early years of growth. Journalists might be called in ards of living in comparstively of the Atlantic, the money is!on bread and cabbage. Five years without word BOWLS—4 sizes
i The same evening Mr. Fred Goddard re- 2 LD acide pees chek of working in coal mines, EWERS—2 sizes
y 7 oe le ; o.4 ress and the Appropriation Com-~| on buiiding sites, in factories. 3
i ported on his recent visit to Venezuela. concerned with how to make the of finding men and re cure2s. TL ot Canivese examine, omesines tes tablatiamt with abun Gitiher Gece CHAMBERS—3 sizes
. oe ees rseoaoney hd ae atk taeee eg a geist ae point, the propeaals mn man prisoners as his fellow, workers, but ean see SLOP PAILS
i i - ; reso . ’ P OW ie money 1s to spent.! with Russians alongside him; ussians an e-
x One of his statements that at Easter time Australian Foreign Minister and supply than cash. So good sense ppis is a brand of titanic struggle,| portees from the territories annexed by the Soviet — AT —
BR Sr batons sworn. villtore to: | eae Sei ee ae tine eal. ate a Setiny ane ee ee, a ee oni
5 g a y arter~ make the figures that come 1
t Barbados had to be turned back because have declared that they aim at wards. Europe exactly equal to the dollars) gut there were five - in which this now 40- | SO OTR Cae
‘ of the lack of hotel accommodation here raising morale in South East Asia. ‘The Australians, though, have {hat come from the United aoe. year-old army surgeon, son of one of Germany’s s 3
' at the time adds further weight to the They, with their advisers, think strong arguments of psychology eo Op i amar rie Bee peniniest and bet SOOWe., ceiies, | Sahee eae juccessors to |
statements of Trans-Canada Airlines that if the cguntries of Asia feel on their side. They can point to pie ual in the plan. But the e i e of pos -war Soviet tussia at first hand. R
spokesmen who report similar heavy dis- that help is coming then there the fact that one of the most am- a ardintatentions Of aid is desisned He got to know many of its secrets. What I have c S. PITCHE ; & CO, LTD.





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too it has negligible political effect ; “iti ‘
complex and insidious to be ex- and catches the imagination of Pi Ne ee ee niaee
tinguished by only bread to-day nobody. The Colonial Develop- teh arnae SAnOLMaR. 2 goed,
or promises of cake to-morrow). ment and Welfare scheme, the high eee ah theix tote -aid 40
But, accepting the Commonwealth Overseas Food Corporation, Scnath Hast 1 Og ig Raggi
Foreign Ministers’ idea that money (nuts), and the Colonial Develop- fee jag “public relations” - in
must be spent for political reas- ment Corporation have over ber ot hh the journalist specialises,
ons, what are the alternatives? £200 million pounds of resources c yeas aw What. would
Britain, (which means the Treas- and yet they seem to foster, ON€ Very § wat

} Barbados has been caught unprepared

' for the sudden inftux of Venezuelan and

a Canadian tourists who would like to come

; here and contribute their dollars to your
breakfast table.









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The Electors Association have shown ury under Sir Stafford Cripps, in rather than eliminate, Commun- eee re the wee ing mines around Karabas and Karaganda. ;

he } f th 1 df h this case), suggests that a large ist influence. And it can be ied ri tamning They have put up new W orks in the secret town : ‘ "
themselves aware of the real need for the ‘achaiis twenty-five year plan argued that this is because every lift to its morale a ee Cee called Asbest, after the asbestos works in the nefgh- MORTON’S STRAWBERRY JAM 1-lb. t
community to cash in on this real indus- | -—should be drawn up. Over the y of money in British Coi- story’ ee Ve ese eaaie| bOUrhood. MORTON’S RASPBERRY JAM ..._ j.lb. et
t hich onl i intelligent and | next two years little should be onies, that comes from London, PEWS {8 Baas Sect RUTHLESS HASTE DANISH HAM SAUSAGE ........ 2b. |, ;
ne ee ee ee done except make plans. Projects is given on strict accounting to beleiayper >t deal le tartan Victor himself had worked in and around Moscow DANISH LIVER PASTE aie #178
cooperative helping hand from Govern- | should be surveyed, costs estim- principles. The educated citizens be more effective. all the time. All of them talked with awe of the CROSSE & BLACKWELL'S ANCHOVY PASTE Fa
ment to become a secorid bulwark (after See bite saat tn. With, good sense See ae on ae . are. The discussion, at Sydney a ee ernannigts St Soe Severs, Seema ta. tees QUEEN OLIVES Der bob 2) 7m 34
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tempted overnight. Obviously which first struck the imagination year. The tradition of the boring
spreading £10 million yearly have now come to be regarded Cocameawealth, von mee oa
would give about one Shilling to as a means of “bolstering up the pee ° — ae
each person, If the Commonwealth old order and keeping the native decisions being ' ane atohad re
can only afford an expenditure on happy.” That, the Australians and eenpromises, vee pa . 4g mt
capital equipment of a few - would claim, is so psychologically in private—fina ast amet
ings annually on behalf of each wrong that a similar scheme must almost meaningless comm 11949, When my ex-tank officer informant arrived.
person then the money has to be be avoided in South East Asia. ee mora Se See ccc At the time he left in December the machinery,
spent peruinte ey: e a ee” eee eaneae Sete reat -and, petier still, the y Which ware Se ren Se been —e around
gon tennys i a. —,. pe ee a © dmathan the aims of all are the same. The ee ou a le. hac = been inne ro in newly
doubling, say, © . D expe! : eink tional Spender Plan is taking shape, not uilt shops. y now, e says, the works are sure
the poorest. And when H.M.'s “news value” of interna to be in full production. |

Treasury starts to examine the schemes. The Marshall -Plan is being shelved. = Construction of the vast manganese works near
cee eeeeeseneeeeceasracaaiesicerasieianeasia?”

‘ a v by had begun early in 1946. They were in produc-
imported. What objection could there be tion by the end of 1949 with machinery supplied by

to importing a little more to feed visitors | Mook Review the Soviet-owned factories of Eastern Germany. es
spending their dollars here and at the NO SUNDAYS! :
same time employing ata high level many It was the same story with the new coalpits con- ‘

3 structed at Karabas: the jet aircraft factories at 7, y
; people who are now employed. lll i G ai Smolensk; and the paper and pulp works at An- IN OUR w OOLLEN DEPT.
wee ream DUSE BAD Ge WC Maa [se 206 the paper - -
Production in the pits and factories, however,
By Tan Gaale George. The | was low and costly in terms of the manpower em-
°

Work on it had only begun in 1947. At Kuthaif,
in Georgia, the Russians have built up entirely
with German prisoner labour the Opel motor-car
factory which they had removed after dismantling
it near Berlin.

Only two shops had been put up by February

night “There are a few people who think
it (Tourism) would send up the cost of liv-
ing of local residents almost immediately.
I have never held that view. The price of
eggs has risen from one penny to ten cents
each without any influx of tourists, As
is well known nearly all of our food is

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A BUNGALOW BY THE BEACH house above St.

community to want to depend on sugar for By DERRICK BALL author went into ecstasies about | ployed. |
i our economic existence. If these people (Peter Davies 12/6) queer myself, but all the same it vee Le pape | aay bf bye rey ae was long and arduous everywhere, I
are satisfied with the present standard of little was so funny that I laughed until 2nq describes it as the kind of} Any time off granted for holidays or political cele-

INDING a bungalow } cried,
beneath the palms and near ; y
enough a beach for a swim before When Grenada was in sight at

house in which it would not be | brations had to be made up by extra work. That!
gs plaee ° sit Le tie ca applied to Russians as well as German labour. |
to the With your hat on. marvelous “Last year,” said Victor, “the shop I was in}
breakfast is not as ee i ae Mr. so eee the a safe houseless house—nothing more | worked 23 weeks on end without a break; 23 weeks !
sounds, and the author aptaim “A ~ than a tin umbrella conveniently | without a Sunday.”
rife had an adventurous time passage. I wished I could have . a eee 3
w , 4 dmiral instead Peld over our heads by a few On the whole the Germans’ relations with their
before they eventually found their made him an a «sal wooden poles.” Rilsnian: Fallows torarieee ’
Casibbaan hehe. hesitated before taking one myself, . Russian fellow workers seem to have been friend-
paral for up to that moment tobacco had = yr, Ball writes well, and wit me or with Russians below the rank of nachal-
Mr, Ball’s first impressions of |,ean) well outside my sphere of ti1y, He has found his little bit |™*- a5 the foremen are called.
the West Indies were gathered ia politeness, I took one, too. I wish of heaven and he appreciates it, z THEY BEG fi
Port-of-Spain—a city which he | offered him a_ cigarette.’ I But although the book is mainly The Germans were as sorry for the Russians as
soon grew to loathe. . recovery, but for tie sake of about life in Grenada it is also an they ye for ee In many places the Ger-
; », I hadn't. e face ore Me sytobio; hy, and one is con-|™ans with even their meagre prisoners’ fare felt
_ Like all oe P greed began to blur, I had to turn aslo stantly ended of the contrast | better off than the Russians, who had to pay for
impossible to wa a pegs ted quickly and cling to the rigging. petween) life at the bungalow and | their own food out of their miserable wages of be-
in the streets without b ns oo where the cigarette fell from my the author’s unhappy youth in| tween 200 and 300 roubles a month.
at by a bevy of ae y nervetess lips into the sea.” Canada, What that is you will realise when bread cost one
breaking into a jog ae Mage Happily the Balls found just the rouble a lb., margarine 2.50 roubles a lb., and but-
into a cool bar. And then, the little bungalow they had always I enjoyed every page of this/ter 32 roubles a lb. And those are the new re-
was that filthy hotel near the \onted after they had spent 2 book—Mr. Ball ‘exaggerates so | duced prices,

docks where they had to stay cnort time at a pl rding \ ! stan Wor ‘
pleasant boarding wonderfully! Often the Russian workers would beg from their
because they could not afford to German cotuwades. “Lend me a rouble,” they would

ray for a room in a more luxuriqus say, “so that I can buy myself a piece of b Pr Als
say, “‘s a a 3 ys g o read. : :
place, The dream began to fade, And they meant it. , x mie

and there was no response to their To me, however, the most fascinating piece of

soe inquiry for a bungalow by news that these men have brought out with them
e beach ie eg prere does exist in at least one area of the
| Eventually they decided try ovie nion, a resistance organisation which is
their luck i Grenada, aan oe amie defying the Communist Party and the
ing up their minds to arrive there secret police,
g up A MAFIA

in correct manner they went by Vict the first 1
victor was the first to tell me about the organi-
Of schooner travel he sation. I heard more details from Ludwig Kirche,

living their argument may be considered
sound. For those of us on the other hand
who want to see better conditions come
about in our colony something must be
done and if it is not to be tourism then let
there be some other secondary industry.
I. would like someone to tell me what
other industry would be more profitable,
more lucrative and more advantageous
than the hotel industry?”

But Mr. Goddard was as emphatic as
Mr. Wilkinson, as the representatives of
Trans-Canada Airlines, as this newspaper,
and as everyone with any practical know-
ledge of the tourist industry, that, unless
there is active encouragement of the tour-
ist industry, in the form of tax remission
on new industries and freedom of customs
duty on essential imports not obtainable
locally, then there is little to be gained by
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schooner.
“It is dirty, hard,

on 500 rooms for their accommodation.
The benefit to be derived from tourism is

supported by all members of

ity. It has the support of the Opposition
party in the local House of Assembly. Can

the present Government of

the shape of the political party with a
majority) afford to regard tourism as other
than the next best industry after sugar and
still represent the interests of the people

of Barbados?



Our Readers Say:

To the Editor. The Advocate—

Sm,—I much enjoyed the ad-
dress of His Lordship the Bishop
at the Youth Service on Sunday
afternoon. It seemed to me par-
ticularly good, full of weighty
teaching and counsel, and ex-
pressed in clear and forceful
words which even young children
could not fail to understand.

But the voice has finished
speaking and others will inter-
vene. May I suggest that the ad-
dress should be printed as a leaf-
let and copies given to the heads
of the various youth organisations
attending the service—others too
perhaps—so that it can be again
put before the boys and girls and
young people. Thus it would be
likely to have the deep and per-
manent impression which it de-
served.

The service as a whole was well
transmitted over the Radio—we
are indebted to the Company for
enabling large numbers who, like
myself, were unable to be pres-
ent, to hear the address very
clearly.

There was, only one discordant
circumstance, I believe, and that

has this to say:

the commun-' |to scribble on,

The journey

Barbados (in | tically about

rough and cramped, except for
loilet facilities, which are enorm-
cus. No doors to lock, no walls

paratus to confound you.”

and Mr. Ball was musing roman—
the delights of
travelling in a sailing boat until
they reached the Dragon’s Mouth
and the schooner became involved
in a storm, The description of
the author’s seasickness which
follows is so realistic that after

no flushing ap-

began) smoothly,

reading a few pages I felt a bit







é FIENDORI OW,
Thot is the end of the orerramme ter te o27. Good night,

everybody = GOU0 naghte



an ex-infantry sergeant, who had first hand experi-
ence of its operation.

The organisation is a kind of terrorist Mafia which
holds sway over the vast army of Soviet-dominated
people-——sometimes estimated at more than 20,000,
000 men and women—who have been banished to
penal camps east of the Urals.

Objects of the organisation are: —

1. TO MAKE life in the camps and the new in-

| dustrial areas they serve as agreeable as possible

for its members by stealing food and clothing where
they can get them. 2

2. TO TERRORISE and exploint non-members
among the prisoners. 3

3. TO PROTECT its members from the camp
authorities and secret police, and to facilitate es-
capes to bandit life outside.—L.E.S,

Hope For Parents And Children

was that before the service was
well over and the big congrega-
tion dispersed the Radio started
shouting out one of these annoy-
ing advertisements. Surely Sun-
day might be kept free of them.
Shops and stores are closed, an@
we do not want buying and sell-
ing to be thrown at us during the
golden hours. We get too much of
it during the,week.

ae other point. I should like
to ay to those who are associated
in the effort “to promote spiritual
revival and emphasis” and help
the children, that we have made
a good beginning. We got our
appeal for the preservation of the
Sabbath into the press; we got the
co-operation of the Clergy who
take the Daily Morning Services;
and now we have this weighty
and forceful address by the
Bishop. There is hope for the par-
ents and young people in this di-
rection.

PROGRESS.
May 23, 1950.
Noise Box
To the Editor. The Advocate—
Sir,—Unfortunately, I am one of
those poor school boys who have

very sensitive ears, ang can do no
school work when there is too
much noise going on around me.
Here are the following conditions
under which I attempt to work, or
study if you could possibly call it
that. ‘
. .

Radio in front, Radio behind.
Radios on all sides
Perpetually the loudest of their kind,
never wishing to abide,
Their unwelcome racket!

. .

A little up—Road,

Is a piano master’s abode,

Whose fingers are a heavy load,

Whose object? wreck the d—n key-
board!

. . .

4 little further down the street,
Is a little man, unusually meek,
But his object in life,

The loudest radio and strife!

Now could any person reason-
ably expect a boy to study for an
exam under those wearying con-
ditions?

I would like to appeal to people
with any of the above noise-mak-
ers—for pete’s sake, think for once
that there is another person in this
small world besides you and youy
noise box. It may be above all, a
sensitive’ schoolboy—so kindly, if

for no other reason. turn that dis-
turbance of peace and plenty,
down for once!

OVER SENSITIVE SCHOOLBOY.

—Ence—Ense

To The Editor The Advocate

SIR,—So much nonsense has
been talked in public within re-
cent years in this island that the
intelligent section of the com-
munity seem almost unaware of
the growing danger which follows
allowing some of the things said
to go by default,

In other imstances there are
people in this community from
whom the others expect more
than froth and bubble when they
essay to address public audiences.

During last week the Barbados
Nurses Association held their
annual meeting and the Director
of Education delivered according
to your reports an address on
intelligence tests. This address
might have been admirable for a
gathering of teachers, but to a
meeting of a Nurses’ Association
it was a waste of time

Surely the Director must have
known that the relationship be-

tween the Association and the
general pbulic and the type of
educational basis which is needed
for appreciation of health and
sanitary services would be an
interesting topic for the occasion,

One last word; the fad of in-
telligence tests has been dis-
counted by some of the greatest
educational specialists in Great
Britain. In Barbados it is like age
grouping and supey~ annuation.
These were adopted before com-
pulsory education and so once
again the cart is being put before

the horse.
EX-TEACHER.
jo Trap

To the Editor, The Advocate —

Sir,—With reference to a letter
appearing in the “Advocate” in
which it is implied that the West
Indies Team are playing too many
matches and thereby a “trap” has
been laid, I crave a little space to
clear up the misunderstanding,

In the first place the W.I. fix-
tures were drawn up with the ap-
proval of the West Indies Cricket
Bowid of Control. It is utterly un-
true to say that the Aussies were

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given a day’s rest after every
match. This, ds you know, would
seriously dislocate the English
County Championship. It would
mean that the County playing
against the Audsies would also
have to rest before tackling the
visitors and so cause the entire
county fixtures to be 5rolonged.

I am told that the Australians
played in more matches than the
West Indies are scheduled to play
Certainly they played five ‘Tests’
of 5 days’ duration as compared
with our 4 ‘Tests’,

Perhaps the ‘men from down
under’ earned their day’s rest by
defeating their opponents, in
many instances, well within the
stipulated 3 days and so won this
rest which your correspondent
writes about.

No, Sir! the West Indies pro-
gramme is no more strenuous than
those of previous visiting teams to
England. Of course. it is also poss-

ible that. previous teams were also |

“trapped.”
Yours faithfully,

W. F. H.

Bridgetown,

25th May, 1950.

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The Governor

Gives A Prize
For Crane Beach

His Excellency the Governor, Mr. A. W. L. Savage on
Wednesday awarded a prize to the Senior Class of the St.

Philip Boys’ School for an exhibition of a

depicting the Crane Beach.

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Empire W

‘mpire Week

Exhibition
A LARGE NUMBER of specta-

tors attended the Empire
Week Exhibition at Combermere
School Hall yesterday. School
children attending could be heard
making interesting comments on
the Exhibits.

The Police Band will be giving
a Concert at the School grounds
from 3.30 to 4.45 o'clock this
evening, and it is anticipated that
another large number of specta-
tors will be attending both the
Concert and the Exhibition.

Although this is only the second
Empire Week Exhibition to be
held in Barbados, the attendance
this year has been good so far,
and the interest was greater than
last year.

In recognition of the good work
submitted by the Schools, the
Committee of the League of
Empire has awarded two addi-
tional Prizes in the Junior
Division. One goes to St. Barna-
bas Boys’ School for a_ projet
scheme on the subject of “Wolfe
Goes To Quebec” while the Sharon
Mixed School received the other
prize for a scheme under the head
“The Settlement Of Barbados”. A
Fourth Prize in the Junior Division
was awarded to the Alexandra
School for the project “Barbados
Becomes A British Possession.”

In an interview with the
Advocate yesterday, Mr. V. B.
Williams, Honorary Secretary of
the Committee of the League of
Empire, said that it was desirable
that Advertising Managers of the
various local firms should visit the
Exhibition in order to look at the
posters and to see ideas of the
children.

He also pointed out that the
members of the Publicity Com-
mittee should also take the op-
portunity to see them as he
thought they could go a long way
in advertising the island.

Mr. Williams then spoke of one
poster sent in by the Girls’
Foundation School, advertising the
Air Service of the island by means
of a Flying Fish pictured between
a local fleet of fishing boats. He
said that he was of the opinion
that B.W.LA. or Trans-Canada
could make good use of this
poster.

He also referred to other posters
advertising horse racing, golf, sea-
bathing. yachting etc., and said
that the Publicity Committee
should be interested in some of
them.

' NEW Gasoline Service Sta-
tion was opened in St. John
yesterday evening. This Station,
situated at Four Roads, is owned
by Mr. P. A. Clarke and is the
only modern station in that parish.
The opening ceremony was
performed by Canon Moore,
Rector of that Parish, after which
Hon. J. D. Chandler spoke on
kehalf of parishioners.

Among those present were :
Hon. and Mrs. J, D. Chandler,
Hon. V. C. Gale, Dr. E. L. Ward,
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Knight, Mr.
and Mrs. H. A. Talma, Miss
Yvonne Talma, Mr. and Mrs.
D. H. L. Ward, Dr. and Mrs.
A. Scott, Mr. C. N. Reece, Mr.
and Mrs. C. N. Armstrong, Dr.
A. S. Cato, Mr. L. R. Toppin,
Mr. Tom Went, Mr. and Mrs.
Percy Stewart, Miss V. Inhies,
My. E. D. Inniss and Mrs. A. L.
Stuart.





Lecture Tonight

A LECTURE on “The Technique
of Dry Goods Salesmanship” will
be given by Mr. Stanley Edwards
at the Y.M.C.A. tonight at 8
o’clock, and a good turn out of
clerks is expected.

Prior to this a Discussion Group
will be held while the Table Ten-
nis Tournament takes place from
4.30 to 6.00 p.m.

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A packed hall listened to the
Governor, congratulating the Bar-
bados Branch of the League of
Empire on their initiative in
Staging the Empire Week Arts
Exnibition at Combermere School.
Mr. Savage said that the exhibi-
tion provided an opportunity for
the development of latent creative
talent.

Hundreds .of school
from many parts of the island
were at Combermere to see the
variety of exhibits from their
rival schools. Most of the draw-
ings were landscape sketches of
Barbados’ beaches and _illustra-
tions of the different attractions
of Barbados. Combermere School
won both the Senior and Junior
prizes,

The Guard-of-Honour,
prising of Cadets, Scouts, Girl
Guides .and members of the
Church Lads’ Brigade, was inspect-
ed by His Excellency accompanied
by Sir Allan Collymore, President
of the Barbados Branch and Capt.
Perkins. The Guard gave a
Royal Salute. ,

Those who sat on the platform
before the exhibition was declared
open by His Excellency were: Sir
Allan Collymore, Major Noot, Mr.
Terrence Clarke, Rev. and Mrs.
A. E. Armstrong, Hon. J. D.
Chandler, Major Glindon Reed,
Mrs. E. B. Williams, Island Com-
missioner of Girl Guides and Miss
Nora Burton. Assistant Commis-
sioner of Girl Guides.

com-

Inspiring

His Excellency who spoke after
Sir Allan Collymore said:

Many of us were privileged to
be present at the observance of
Empire Youth Sunday in the
James Stgeet Methodist Church
when approximately 2,000 of the
youth of this island were gathered
together as part of the immense
congregation which reached round
the world to thank God for His
many blessings and to dedicate
themselves anew to His service
itthrough their citizenship in the
commonwealth,

It was most inspiring. If only
the peace and intentions of that
service were rehearsed into
practical everyday life, not only
in this island but in the Common-
wealth generally, how truly we
would be an example and an in-

The unity of the British Common-
wealth is ever a problem to
foreigners. I remember during the
war years when I served in Pales-
tine among people to whom
Empire Day was foreign, their
difficulty in understanding how
people of different races and re-
ligion who had little personal
contact with each other, could yet
be drawn together in one family
with a unity of purpose standing
alone, yet defiant, in the face of
ruthless aggression ‘lest freedom
should perish from the earth.’

Talent

The celebrating of Empire Day is
directed towards fostering mutual
understanding in this great family
of the Empire and this exhibition
not only does that, but it provides
the opportunity for the develop-
ment of latent creative talent.

This exhibition gives some in-
dication of the possibilities and I
congratulate the Barbados Branch
of the League of Empire on their
initiative and the various schools
which have taken part on their
enterprize.

I hope I shall not offend any-
one if I give a supplementary
prize in the Senior section of this
exhibition and award it to St
Philip’s Boys’ School for the very
promising pictorial posters de-
picting Barbados beaches — and
in particular one of the Crane
Beach.

May TI in closing quote from a
song of the English by Kipling:—

Keep ye the law—be swift in all
obedience
Clear the land of Evil, drive tho

roads and bridge the fort
Make ye sure to each his own.

That he reap where hath sown
By the peace among the people
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Savage, reading the Empire Day Message
right of the Governor is Sir Allan Collymore,
Noott, Headmaster of the School, and Rev. A. E,

Two Hundred Venezuelans RICE COMES

Were Turned Back
No Rooms In Barbados

Mr, Fred Goddard, M.C.P., told hundreds who attended the
Electors’ Asscciation meeting in Bridgetown on Tuesday
night how he and Mr. Iversen, Manager of the Marine

FROM B.G.

Arriving for Barbados among
the “Marion Belle Wolfe’s” cargo
on Wednesday was 1,750 bags of
rice from British Guiana.

Firewood, charcoal, 8-ft. and
12-ft. posts, wallaba poles, paling
staves and pieces of sawn green-
heart were also included in this

Hotel interviewed all the leading tourist agencies and B.W.I.| vessel’s cargo.

Airways the only ’plane service direct from Caracas here.

“Every assistance and hospital-; been displayed by all classes of
ity were extended to us,” he said,| Barbadians towards these people
“and on all sides there were en- Another striking .feature corm-
thusiastic expressions of hope for| mented on was the low cost of
the accomplishyent of our pur-
pose — a successful tourist busi-
ness.
We were told that all the Vene-
zueians who had visited Barbados
during the Easter season—ana
they were a-very large number—
were extremely pleased and satis-
fied with the accommodation and
welcome they had received at our
hands, and that they had expressed
the wish to return to the colony
in the future for their vacations.
The agencies told us that the
accommodation that the island
could offer had been sold out four
weeks in advance of the trip, and
had we more rooms available,
they could have sold at least an-
other two hundred seats on the
‘plane,
This is but the beginning, for
with these visitors returning to
their homeland with such won-
derful tales of this colony, you
can well imagine the numbers
that will want to come over in
future.

Price of Whisky

cost of living in Venezuela, This
was not surprising for Venezuela is
an expensive place even to Amer-
icans. From this you can gather
how expensive it is to live there
To give you an idea of relative
prees, a whisky and soda in Car
acas cost $1.75, Barbados money
and shoe shine 50 cents.

When we left here we knew that
we were not going on a pleasure
cruise, We went to work. We had
specific offers to make the result
of which will be declared as soon
as the plans made are finalised in
Trinidad. As a matter of fact, the
Manager of the Marine Hotel
leaving here tomorrow for Trini-
dad to clinch the deal we negoti-
ated in Caracas. I do not wish to
mention the details as I do not
think it wise at this stage. I can
tell you, however, that with the
co-operation of B.W.I. Airways in
Trinidad, we will be able to make
the announcement of these details
next week,



. P We did not go only in the

It is the common belief that iflinterest of our hotel group, we
Barbados advertise in. any ante went to sell Barbados to the
onable degree in the outside world.) Vanozuelan tourists and the

there are a_ sufficiently largé
number of people in the dollar
areas apart from Venezuelans
only too enxious and willing to
spend their vacations in Barba-
dos. The present hotel accommo-
dation in the island, however, is
wholly inadequate for the pur-
pese.

Now there are many reasons
why people would want to spend
their vacation here. Undoubtedly

negotiations were conducted along
those lines.

$50,000,000 U.S.

Every Commission that has ever
investigated the economic possi-
oilities of Barbados has
declared that the natural second-
ary industry of the island should
be tourism. We have developed

: 2 ; sugar and sugar alone almost to
one of the main attractions is he the full. With the mechanism of
good sea-bathing obtainable the that industry we have to find
year round in clear blue water oo Pie” Pdi neds
which splashes so delightfully on wor k for those who have bee 0
our white coral beaches displaced. How are we to do this

A feature that has heen re-; The tourist industry. in any
marked on by more than one, country employs an average of 14

to 14 persons for every visitor.
This has nothing to do with taxis,
their purchase of handicrafts and

of all Barbadians towards the vis-
itors. Indeed it was heartening to





hear of the friendliness that had] general shopping in the main
shopping centres which can be very
considerable.

agency, was the friendly attitude
I was told while in Caracas that

that.

With the present state of taxa-
tion, I regret to say that I can
never see any new capital being
attracted into the hotel industry
unless in inducement equivalent
to that offered by the governments
of Trinidad and Jamaica be given
by the local government.
cannot talk of advertising

Annual General Meeting
Barbados Cricket Associa-
tion, Queen’s Park at 4.30
p.m,

Mobile Cinema; Government
Industrial School,
Philip, at 7.30 p.m.

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From St. Lucia, the schooner
‘United Pilgrim S.” brought sup-
plies of fresh fruit—including
mangoes, cocoanuts, copra and
charcoal while the schooner
‘Marie Stella” brought pieces of
equipment for use at Seawell
along with 100 tons of coal in
bulk. ¢
These schooners were seeking
berths in the Careenage yester-
day to discharge their cargoes.



28 Return From

Bermuda

A second batch of 28 Barba-
dians returned to the island from
Bermuda on Wednesday by the
motor vessel “Golden Ranger”
These men have been thrown out
of jobs because of the closing down
of H.M. Dock Yards.

Returning were J. Henderson,
H. Pollard, M. Drake, A. Hunte,
A. Husbands, L. Knight, C.
Taylor, O. Prescott, J, Forde, N
Brathwaite, R. Griffith, C. John-
son, E. Clark, S. Lord, C.. Wor-

rell, G. Reid, R» Yearwood, W.
Worrell, G. Welch, G. Crawford,
F. Harding, J. St. Clair Evelyn,
G. Forde, C. Best, C. Wilson,
Cc. St. Clair Als, Vv. Ward,
B, Small.

This batch consisted of skilled
and unskilled labourers, carpen-
ters, masons and mechanics.

The Gold Ranoer left port the

aiways| Same day for Trinidad,

£2 For Negligence

FOR driving the motor lorry
M.1605 without due care and
attention on Waterford Road on
April 4, Irvine Lloyd of Collymore

Rock was find £2 and 2/- costs to
be paid in 14 days or in default

‘Tone month’s imprisonment by His

Worship Mr. B, Griffith, yesterday,

Hospital Staff

IN the dehate on the inerease of the
staff of the General Hospital whict
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the Cubans who visited Miamf} Tuesday Hon Vine Gale was reported
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Police Band at Combermere in shopping. The Venezuelans What Geile sald was that the
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The Highways and Transport
are widening the Ivy Road. This
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Brought 4
Passengers

FOUR passengers got off here}
yesterday when the Dutch passen- |
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while on its maiden trip to
Plymouth, England,

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Sugar Going
To Canada

THE 4,483-ton Sheaf Mead call-
ed here yesterday to load 2,600
tons of sugar for Montreal and
220 puncheons, 2 barrels and 30
cartons of molasses for Port
Alfred, Canada.

This ship will be loading for
four days. It is scheduled to sail
for Canada on Sunday night,

The Sheaf Mead is another of
thy Saguenay Terminals Line
which trades between the West
Indies and Canada.

49-Y ear-Old

Drowned

LYLE GALL a 49-year-old
porter of Martindales Road while
bathing at Browne's Beach, Bay
Street, on Wednesday, May 24
was drowned about 12.05 p.m

A post mortem examination
was performed by Dr. A. 8S. Cato
the same day and an inquest nas)

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Speeding Costs £3

MARTIN RICHARDS of Indus-
try Road, Bush Hall was fined £3
and 2/- costs to be paid in 14 days
or in default undergo*‘one month's
imprisonment by His Worship Mt
8. Griffith yesterday for speeding

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VINCENT HAREWOOD, a 22-
year-old plumber of Padmore
Village, St. Philip, was injured on
his shoulder yesterday morning
after falling from a horse along
Easy Hall Road, St. Joseph. The
horse is the property of Ezra
Harewood of Philip’s Village,
St. Joseph,

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MIN CREAM 40c. & 20c. MARMALADE .. 36c.
ONE-O-ONE ....... 22. CHOCOLATE

BRILLO /.......... fSe, LYLE’S GOLDEN
SYRUP ....43¢. & 23c.

LOCAL HONEY ... 38c.

HARTLEY’S
MARMALADE .. 38c.

BEMA MOLASSES 23c.



























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FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1950



CLASSIFIED ADS. |

Telephone 2508.

DIED

LOVELL—ALVIN G. LOVELL (Seaman)
formerly of Beckles Road in Liver-
vool, England on 18th May, 1950.
B.G. Papers please copy.

26.5.50—in



In loving memory of our dear father
and husband ALBERT RELGPAVE, who |
fell asleep on May 26th 1949 i

One year has passed since that sad dav. |

When the one we loved was called }

way,

The blow was sudden the shock severe

We did not even know that death!

was near

But Jesus knew what was best |

And took dear papa with him. to rest. |
Ever to be remembered by Adona/
Belgrave (wife), a dear friend, Elliott |

and seven other children.
26.5.50-Un



In loving memory of our dear husbend |
and father GEORGE AUBREY CRAVE |
FORD, who fell asleep on May 25th 1948 |

Jesus knows best he called the one we |

loved to rest

And could not save

To you who have a husband |

Cherish him with care ,

For you never know value |

Until you see his vacant chair.

Dear father we miss you so dear to|

our hearts

From thee we would never, have never

desire to parg,

Since heaven hath claim thee we could

not refrain

We will meet never to part again. ,

Ever to be remembered by Ruth Craw-
ford (wife), Beresford, Martin, Austin
Ervine, Aubey, Peter, Paul (sons), Joy
(daughter), Emily Rice (mother-in-law),
Rice's family and Denis Blades (friends)

26.5.50—In.



In loving memory of our dear mother
REPRECCA SLAVOURY, who departed
this life on 26th May, 1949,

One yeer have gone since that sad day.

When the one we loved ‘vas called

away

The blow was sudden the shock severe

We little knew that death was near,

Put Jesus knew just what was best

And took dear mother home to rest

Ever to be remembered by W. S
Slavoury, Mrs. Gladys Young, Samuel
Bavid Simpson. 26.5.50-—In.



In lovirig memory of my dear mother
ROSAMOND LASHLEY, who fell asleep
May 26th 199,

For ever with the Lord,

Amen! So let it be:

Through time, with

scenes

And all the grief that intervenes

Let this support each fainting heart

Thou Lord our sanctuary art.

Ever to be remembered by her daughter
Germaine Lashley, Sarah Haynes (sister).

26.5.50—In.

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FOR SALE
AUTOMOTIVE

CAR—Morris Oxford. 14 H.P. as new
4,500 miles only. Phone 8279.
26.5.50—3n

SY

CAR—Austin 8 H.P. in perfect run-
ning order. Apply: A. W. Tempro.
Phone 8140, 23.5.50—t.f.n.

CAR—One (1) Fluid Drive Dodge
equipped with radio and new tyres.
Car in perfect condition. Good as mew.
Apply: D. Harvy Read, C/o Canadian
Bank of Commerce, 18.5.50—4n.

FURNITURE

FURNITURE—Entire contents of well
appointed 4 room Flat, American style,
cedar furniture. Everything practically
new. Phone 4240. 24.5.50—6n.

POULTRY

POULTRY — (2) Pure Bred Black
Giants and (2)White Leghorns excellent
la strain, and (9) small chicks 3
mor old. A. Wiliams, Rose Cottage,
St. 26.5 .50—2n .

all its changing





















POULTRY—Pure Bred Barred Ply-!
mouth Rocks, 1 Cock, 6 Hens. Excellent
laying strain.

PIGEONS-Several pairs. Black and
Red Carneaux Pigeons. Apply P. D.
Maynard, Porters, St, James, or Dial 2319,
20.5.50—Tn



LIVESTOCK

THREE COWS—One graded Guernsey
20 pt. per day. (1) graded Gersey 30 pts.
per day. (1) graded Gersey heavy in
calf, all three young cows. Apply:
Cuthbert Rogers, Rices, St. Philip.

26.5.50—8n

a
PUPS—Six (6) Bull and Terrier. Apply:

Cuthbert Rogers, Rices, St. Philip.
26.5 .50—Bn.





MECHANICAL

BOY’S BICYCLE—26” Wheel with light
and generator. Phone 8371.
26.5.50—3n





MISCELLANEOU:

A SCALE BEAM—(Tooley) 5-tons in
perfect working order, apply Egerton.
Dial 2640. .5.50—3n.

ANTI





eae sash Gomera
one ‘1.9.49.—t.£.n.

BUS and TRUCK TYRES—We offer
these world renowned English Henley
Tyres 32 x 6 that delete the necessity of
using an oversize at a considerably higher
price and we invite you to drop in and
see them, learn more about tyres and
save money. John F. Hutson Ltd. Shep-
herd Street. | 26.5.50—3n.
a nn nny
ENGLISH POTATOES—Suitable for
planting. 50 Ib. boxes at 4c. per Ib,
Harold Proverbs & Co. Ltd., High Street.
26.5.50—3n

——
FOOD YEAST--Rich concentrated vita-



min food contains B2 Price T4c, Ib
Obtainable from all Grocers and Drug
Stores. 21.5.50—3n



ust received new ship-

ment. 300 C.P. Eckstein Brothers.
Bay Street, Bridgetown. 26.5,50-—3n.
eT
NEW PLATTERS—Dinah Shore, Frank
Sinatra, Bing and all the rest. Come
and get, _ quick.



NEEDLES for your record player. . .
2 kinds including Ruby and Sapphire
semi-permanent needles to play several

thousand recordings.
A. BARNES & CO., LTD.
24,.5.50—t.f,n.

NS
ORALVA — Anti-cold and influenza
tablets. One set gives protection from
colds and gaaeee for Fry months.
t t’s Drug Stores.
of et at 23.5.50—2n,

NS—BALL POINTER PENS. It's
none | Waterman's Ball Pointer Pen in
four attractive colours. Price 11/- each.
Refills 2/3 each. BRUCE WEATHER-
READ LTD. 26.5.50—2n

ROLLED OATS: “Climax” the best
produced in Holland. Excellent nourish-
ment for the whole family. Obtainable
at all grocers, 26.5,50—4n,







TYRES—Truck and Car tyres in the
following sizes 825 x 20, 34 x 7, 32 x 6,
700 x 20, 30 x 5, also several car tyres.
Enquire AUTO TYRE COMPANY, Tra-
falgar Street. Phone 2696.
20.5.50—t.f.n.

YACHT... “Shamrock” Length 22ft.
6ins. Beam 7ft. in A—l1l Condition.
Apply Ralph Hunte c/o Manning &
Co., Ltd. Electrical Dept. Dial—42%4.

20.5.50—T FN.

YACHT—Mallard design. Length 21’
6" Beam 7 6. Recently overhauled and
painted, apply: Hugh Walcott “Wood-
ville, Hastings. Phone 2967.

26.5.50—3n











CROWN A CROWNING ACHIEVEMENT BY DRINKING





FOR RENT





HOUSES

BEACH HOUSE—Dover, fully furnished
for June and July. Dial 2725, Mrs C. L.
Cheesman or 4047. 24.5.50—3n.

“BARNEGAT”, Peterkin’s Road, (adia-
cent Strathclyde). For particulars Dial
4543, Hutchinson & Banfield.
26.5.50-—t.f.n.

———
ELVILLE—Upper Bay Street on the
sea, two bedrooms running water an



id
j all other modern conveniences. Apply:

Pelfield, next door. 26.5.50—-1n

nena
| FLAT--Pully furnished, linen and cut-
veniences.

lery, all modern con: » 10 min-
utes walk from Clubs and City. Dial
4103 50—3n

FLAT: Upstaus flat with 3 bedrooms
running water in each. For further

particulars Dial 3696.
28.4.50—t.f.n.

————
HEATHFTELD—On the Crane Coast
for the months of June and July. Fully
furnished. Apply: Mrs. A. D. Herbert

Cordova, Christ Church. Dial 8385.
24.5.500—4n

ORIENT-ON-SEA. Situated in Bay St.
Fully furnished. Contains gallery, draw-
ing and dining rooms; two (2) bedrooms,
spare room, pantry, kitchen, W.C. & bath
From Ist June.

Also

“VIVILLA” at St. Lawrence Gap, Ch.
Ch, Contains drawing and dining rooms,
three (2) bedrooms, kitchen, WC &
bath. From Ist June. Apply D'Arcy
Scott, Central Auction Mart.

26.5.50-—3n

2 Bed-rooms To Ladies or gentlemen
Apply to Mrs. Puckerin “Cartreff”

Strathclyde.
19.5.50—6n.

TIVERTON — Strathclyde three (3)
Bedrooms rent $40.00 per month from
ist July. For particulars apply to
Messrs. Carrington & Sealy, Luca
Street. 2%4.5.50—t.f.n

PUBLIC SALES

AUCTION

By instructions of the Insurance Com-
pany I _ will sell at the COURTESY
GARAGE, WHITE PARK on FRIDAY
26th at 2 p.m. 1 Opel Sedan Car dani-
aged by fire). Terms Cash. R ARCHER
Mc KENZIE, 26.5.50—i1n























I have been instructed by the Governor
in Executive Committee to offer for sale
on the spot at Bay Street on Tuesday
the 6th day of June, beginning at 1
o'clock four (4) buildings situate at Bay
St. on lands of the General Hospital.

The particulars of the building are as
follows :

(1) Beside the Eye Ward, A one storey
building 28 by 26, built of wall, wood &
galvanize, and covered with galvanize,

(2) Next is a two storey building 31
by 37, built of stone and timber, and
covered with galvanize and shingle, and
consists of living room, toilet and bath,
kitchen.

(3) Next is a stone building 15 by 10,
built of Block Stone and covered with
everite.

(4) The last is a one storey building
25 by 27 built of Block Stone and covered
with galvanize, and is sealed, This build-
ing can be of tremendous help in the
building of a new bungalow.

All the above must be removed within
four (4) weeks from date of sale.

Inspection any day except Sunday,
from 8 until 5. Terms Cash.

D' ARCY A, SCOTT,
Govt. Auctjoneer
26.5.50—6n.



REAL ESTATE

SHARES—Sixty (60) shares in the
Barbados Fire Insurance Company. Apply
to “Z" c/o Barbados Advocate Co.

25.5.50—3n

The undersigned will set up for sale
at public competition at our Office No: 17
High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday the
26th day of May 1950, at 2 p.m.

The desirable freehold dwelling house
called “COLLEEN” situate at Post Office
Gap, Worthing.

The dwelling house comprises Veran-
dah on 3 sides, drawing & dining rooms,
3 Bedrooms, Kitchen, Toilet and Bath
standing on 4,273 square feet of land.

Inspection every day except Sunday
between the hours of 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.
on application to Mr. R. R. Farmer on
premises. Dial 8362. For further par-
ticulars and conditions of sale apply to

COTTLE, CATFORD & CO.
16.5.50—10n

WORTHING (NEAR CACRABANK
HOTEL) CHRIST CHURCH

Modern fully furnished chalet in
private estate standing in half an acre
of well kept and laid out gardens—one
minute from sea and beautiful sandy
bathing beach.

The house contains large living room,
dining room, two bi to which an
extra bedroom can be added if desired
Tiled bathroom with tub bath and shower
(not and cold water) and built in linen







cupboard, tiled kitchen with built in
stone cupboard and new Philco combined
r and deep freeze, . large

arched verandah, all steel windows
with hoods, steel French doors, large
stone garage and servants quarters with
toilet and shower, the house is tastefully
furnished, the beds have both deep sleep
and Dunlopillo mattresses, shingled roof,
polished pine floors, the garden contains

palms, small orchard with lime, pawpaw,
mango, tamarind, breadfruit, and plum
trees, wire-mesh enclosed lock up
vegetable garden and tool shed, colassed
driveways and garden paths, will be sold
unfurnished if desired, Attractive price.
Phone owner 8316 between 10 a.m.
end 6 p.m. 24.5.50—5n.







We will set up for Sale at public com-
petition at our Office No. 17 High Street,
Eon oy a oe Friday the 26th day of
May at 1.30 p.m.

ALL THAT two storied Wall Building
standing on half (%) Acre of land at
Flagstaff Road, Clapham,

The Building comprises:— On the
Ground Floor:— Shop and voy. On
the first floor—3 bedrooms, Drawing &
and one large unfinished

jon any day on application to
Mr. Joseph St. Hill, on the premises.
For further particulars and Conditions
of Sale, apply to the undersigned :—
COTTLE, CATFORD & CO.
16.5.50—6n.





PERSONAL





NOTICE

late of Baxters Road, in the
City of Bridgetown in this Island, who
died at Baxters Road aforesaid on the
8th day of November 1949, are requested
to send in particulars of their claims
duly attested to the undersigned Daisy
Seaton, Baxters Road, Bridgetown, on or
before the 9th day of July 1950, after
which date I shall proceed to distribute
the assets of the among the
parties entitled thereto having
only to such claims of which I shall then
have had notice and I shall not be lia-
ble for the assets or any part thereof so
distributed to any person of whose debt
or claim I shall not then have had notice.
AND all persons indebted to the said
estate are requested to settle their in.
dchtedness without delay. .
Dater this 6th day of iy, 1950.
DAISY SEATON,

Qualified Executrix of the will of
WILLIAM ARNOLD JOHNSON, deceased
also known as WILIAM JOHNSON.
12.5.50.—4n.







THE SUGAR INDUSTRY AGRICUL-
| TURAL BANK ACT, 1948
| Te the creditors holding specialty liens
ioe EXCHANGE Plantation, St.
y
TAKE NOTICE, that I the owner of
| the above Plantation am about to obtain
a loan of £150 under the provisions of
the above Act against the said Plantation,
if = of the Agricultural year 1950
a 1.
No money has been berrowed under
the Agricultural Aids Act, 1905, or the
above Act (as the case may be)



in
Doted this day of May
1950
WILLIAM GRIFFITH,
Owner

—_—————
THE SUGAR INDUSTRY AGRICUL-

Jo the Creditors holding Special

#o the pe y Liens

axainst SEA VIEW Plantation, St. Lucy.

TAKE NOTICE that I, the owner of
the above Plantation am about to obtain
& loan of £200 under the provisions of
the above Act against the said Plantation,
‘m respect of the Agricultural year 1950
to 1951,

No money has been borrowed undeg
the Agricultural Aids Act, 1905, or the
above Act (as the case may be) in
respect of such year,

Dated this 23rd day of May 1950.

A. SIMMONs,
Owner
24.5.50-—3n .

NOTICE

Applications for a Health Visitor for the
Parish of St. Philip’s will be received by
Dr. C. L. Hutson of Sterling St. Philips
up to 7th June 1950. Qualifications: Gen=
eral Nursing, ineluding Midwifery and
RSI Certificates. Salary eighty dollars
per month, rising by five dollars per
month after each year's service to one
hundred dollars. A bicycle will be pro-
vided by the Parish for the work All
applications must be accompanied by
Health and Baptismal Certificates, and

Testimonials,
W. U. GOODING,
Parochial Treasurer,
St. Philip,
26.5.50—6n





NOTICE

Is hereby given that it is the inten-
tion of the Vestry of the parish of
Saint James in this Island to cause to
be introduced into the Legislature of
this Island a Bill amending the Saint
Jemes Parish Loan Act, 1948 (1948-31)
for the purpose of authorising the said
Vestry to erect and equip the proposed
Dispensary mentioned in the said Act
on lands of the said Vestry near the
Dwellinghouse called “Folkestone” 1
the parish of Saint James instead of in
the yard of the Almshouse of the said
perish as mentioned in the said Act,
and to extented the time for commenc-
tug the repayment, over a period of 1!
years, of the sum or sums to be bor
rowed under the said Act, from 1949
to 1951,

Dated the 23rd day of May 1950.

YEARWOOD & BOYCE
Solicitors for the Vestry of the parish





of Saint James. 25.5.50—3n
——
NOTICE
IS HEREBY GIVEN that it is the in-

tention of the undersigned MAJOR
ARTHUR REYNOLD FOSTER, LOUIS
ALBERT LYNCH, RALPH ARNOLD
BHARD, CLAUDE DUDLEY RAMSEY,
JOHN BUSTACE THEODORE
PIERRE

CHARLES

STRAGHN McKENZIE, CYRIL BRUCE
BROOKS, and THEOPHILUS LAW
HARRIS members of and constituting
the Board of the Barbados Amateur
Boxing Association, to cause to be in-
troduced into the House of Assembly
of this Island a Bill declaring them to
be one Body corporate and politic by
the name of THE BARBADOS BOXING
BOARD OF CONROL with perpetual
succession and a Common Seal.
YNOLD FOSTER

HERBERT ALLEYNE DOWDING,
CHARLES STRAGHN McKENZIE,
CYRIL BRUCE BROOKS,
THEOPHILUS LAW HARRIS

26 .5.50—3n





JOURNALISM

THE ADVOCATE has two vacancies
in its Editorial Department.

One is for a bright young man leav-
ing Schoo} next term and anxious to
make journalism a career,

The other is for a highly educated
man of outstanding intelligence and
ability to write English. The salaries
offered in both cases are as attractive
can be obtained in BARBADOS
today,

So far letters of application have been
disappointing and the Editor is still
looking for the right men for the two
jobs. Write giving full details to the
Editor, The Advocate 34 Broad St.

18.5.50—t.f.n.
















BARBADOS

PUBLIC NOTICTS| =VENEZUELANS

TURNED BACK

_ @ From Page 5.

here if the hotel industry can only
be dependent on 500 rooms for
their accommodation. Any neces-
Sary expansion can only come
about with the Hotels Industry
Bill a reality. _

The benetit to be derived from
tourism is evident to all classes.
There are a few people who think
that it would send up the cost
living of local residents almost
immediately. I have never held
that view. The price of eggs has
risen from one penny to ten cents
each without any influx of tourists.
As is well-known, nearly all of
our food is imported, what objec-
tion could there be to importing a
little more to feed visitors spend-
ing their dollars here, and at the
same time employing at a high
level, many people who are now
employed.

Something Must Be Done

It is shortsighted for any sec-
tion of the community to want to
depend on sugar for our economic
existence, If these people are satis-
fied with the present standard of
living their argument may be con-
sidered sound. For those of us on
the other hand who want to see
better conditions come about in
our colony something must be
done and if it is not to be tourism
then let there be some other
secondary industry. I would like
someone to tell me what other .n-
dustry would be more profitable,
more lucrative and more advant-
ageous than the Hotel Industry.

While in Venezuela I had made
inquiries about the possibility of
emigrating workers from here to
that country, but I am afraid the
prospects are not encouraging.
There is the possibility, however,
that should they develop their
sugar industry which I understand
they are very anxious to do, our
workers might be favourably
considered for a certain amount
of contract labour similar to that
they enjoyed in the United States
between the years 1945 and 1947.
I can assure you that if this op-
portunity materialises no less an
amount of dollars will be earned
by Barbadian workers in that *
country. ,

\





WANTED











CASHIER WANTED—Aitman’'s, Lower
Green. 24.5.50—2n.





Glen, Dalkeith,

ENGLISHMAN—Accountant years
experience Far East 4 years Trinidad
present holding Executive Position im-
portant Canadian ‘Company, Venezuela
feeks responsible position locally, Box 44
C/o Advocate, 26.5.50—5n.

PARISH OF ST. PETER an





10



WANTED BY THE POOR LAW
GUARDIANS
A SUPERINTENDENT (female) for
the Almshouse, Salary $75.00 per

month and Quarters. Applications will
be received by the undersigned up to
10 a.m. on 3ist May 1950.
A Birth Certificate and Medical Cer-
tificate must be forwarded.
G. S. CORBIN
Clerk to Poor Law Guardian
St. Peter.
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2. Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling
price of “Flour” are as follows: —
ARTICLE |_| WHOLESALE PRICE | RETAIL PRICE
(not more than) (not more than)
FLOUR: —
“E” Grade .. | $7.12 per cotton bag of
Bakers Flour 100 Ibs. 8c, per Ib.
“G”" Grade -- | $6.64 per cotton bag of '
Shop or Counter Flour} 100 Ibs. The. per Ib.

25th May, 1950.



CHANCERY SALE



26.5.50—2n

The undermentioned property will be set for sale at i
up sale at the Registration

Public i

If not then

12 noon and 2 p.m. for the sum

sold, it will be set up on each

succeeding = at the Se and during the same hours until sold. Fuil
HUGH OWEN ST. CLAIR CUMBERBATCH
va
CLARICE EDINGTON HINDS and IRIS DOTTIN ,

piece or pafcel of land situate at the Garden
of St. James and Island of Barbados
of two portions containing one rood twelve perches
one half perches) the whole containing by a

dmeasuremen
rood twenty five and one half perches or thereabout and abutting
and bounding on lands of Fred Alleyne on lands of Rosina Thornas

on lands of the estate of G.

may

the messuage o:

thereom and all otKer buildings and erections

Whether freehold or chattel) on the parcel of land erected and
built standing and being with all amd every the appurtenances.

UPSET PRICE. £1250 0.0.
DATE OF SALE 26th May, 1950.

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrwr-in-Chancery,





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THE LABOUR WELFARE FUND (HOUSING LOANS)
REGULATIONS, 1950

The Governor-in-Executive Committ
vested in him under or by virtue of the Sugar Industry (Rehabilita-
tion, Price Stabilization and Labour Welfare) Act, 1947, hereby makes
the following regulations:

1. These regulations may be cited as the Labour Welfare Fund
(Housing Loans) Regulations, 1950.

2. In these regulations, unless the context otherwise requires —

“agricultural labourer’ means any worker employed upon

any operations in connection with the production or preparation

of the products of agricultural land:

“sugar industry labourer” means a sugar factory worker and

any other worker directly employed in the sugar industry.

3. (1) There shall be established a fund to be called The
Labour Welfare Housing Loans Fund (hereinafter referred to as the
Fund) into which shall be paid all monies allocated thereto by the
Governor-in-Executive Commi(tee from the Labour Welfare Fund for
the purpose of these Regulations.

(2) The Governor-in-Executive Committee shall appoint a
Manager of the Fund and such cther staff as may be required,

(3) All expenditure incurred in connection with the admin-
istration of the Fund shall be defrayed out of the said Fund.

(4) An account of the financial transactions of the Fund shall
be prepared in respect of the poried to the 31st of March, 1951, and
thereafter in respect of each year to the 31st March, for transmission
to the Auditor General for certification and report.

4. (1) The Governor-in-Executive Committee may, subject to
the provisions of these regulations, advance money by way of loan
out of the Fund to any agricultural labourer or sugar industry
labourer for purchasing or constructiong, or carrying out alterations,
additions or repairs to a house.



(2) Applications for a ‘oan shall be made in wgiting address-
ed to the Manager, and shall contain full particulars of the house
to be purchased, constructed, allered, added to or repaired, and of the
land on which such house is or shall be situate, the names and
addresses of all persons having any lien or encumbrance against sucn
land upon which the house is or shall be situate, and the amount
house or against any interest which the applicant may have in the
land upon which the house is or shall be situate, and the amount
of the loan required and the manner in which such loan is to be
applied and such other particu‘ars as may be required by the Man-
ager, The applications shall be in such form as the Manager shall
from time to time prescribe.

(3) The Governor-in-Executive Committee shall consider
each application and if he is of the opinion’ that a loan may be made,
he shall, subject to regulation 6 hereof, fix the amount of such loan
and the terms and conditions upon which it shall be made,

5. (1) Notwithstanding the provisions of regulation 4 of these
regulations the Governor-in-Executive Committee may authorise the
Manager of the Fund to exercise all or any of the powers and duties
conferred upon him by that regulation, subject, however, to such
directions as the Governor-in-Executive Committee may from time
to time prescribe, ‘ 7

(2) The Manager shall conform with any directions which
may be given to him by the Governor-in-Executive Committee.

(3) The Manager shall furnish a monthly report to the
Governor-in-Executive Committee showing the names and number of
applicants for loans, the names and number of persons to whom loans
have been made, the amount of each loan, the purpose for which the
loan is made and the terms and conditions upon wheih the loan is
made, - ; (

6. Any such loan as aforesaid shall be subject to the fol-
lowing conditions: —

(a) the loan shall be free of interest for the first twelve
montis and thereaiter shall bear interest at 2% per
annum, ‘ihe loan shall be repayable by equal monthiy,
quarterly, or hait-yearly instalments of capital and in-
verest combined, during a period not exceeding 15 years
or such shower period as tne Governor-in-Execuuve
Committee may determine;

it the Governor-in-xeculive Commuttee so require, the
loan together with an interest thereon shall be secured
by a mortgage of the interest (if any) ot the Mortgagor
in the land;

the loan may be made by instalments irom Unie to time
as the buildings, alterations or repairs of the house pro-
gress, so, however, that the total of the loan does not
any time before the completion of Wwe house exceed
seven-five per cent, at the value of the work Gone up
to that time on-the construction, or works incidental two
the construction of the house, including the value of the
interest, if any, of the mortgagor in the land on which
it is situate;

a loan shall not be made except after a valuation made
by a person duly authorised by the Governor-in-Execu-
tive Committee;

the loan shall not, in the case of a loan for the purchase,
cénstruction, alteration or addition, exceed $1,440, or,
in the case of a loan for the repair thereof, be less than
$48 or more than $480: .

Provided that a loan shall not exceed seventy-five
per cent, of the value of the interest of the mortgagor in
the property.

7. Where a loan is made under these regulations to an agricul-
tural labour or a sugar industry worker, he shall execute a chattel
ouilding mortgage of the property in respect of which the loan was
rade or obtained, if the Manager so requires,

.8 The Manager, hig agents or servants or any person authorised.
by him in writing may at all reasonable times enter and inspect the
property in respect of which a loan has been made under these regula-
tions. '
. 9. Any person who shall, in any application for a loan under
these regulations, make a false statement or make any statement
which he does not believe to be true, shall be guilty ofan offence
egainst these regulations.

10... Any person who shall sell or otherwise dispose of,
property or any intrust or estate in any property in respect of which
@ loan was made or obtained, without the prior consent in writing
of the Manager, shall be guilty of an offence against these regulations.

(b)

(ec)

(d)

(e)

any

Made by the Governor-in-Executive Committee this twenty~-
geventh day of April, 1950.

:
By Command,

E. L. WALCOTT,
Clerk, Executive Committee.
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE







W.I. 61-2 In Reply To Oxford’s 194















FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1950

B.B.C. Programmes |j———st=“‘(CS*:SSSCS











Ab.

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FRIDAY MAY 26, 1950 bprtes. ff |
7.00 a.m. The News, 7.10 a.m. News =, |
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a) Things, 7.30 a.m. From the third Pro-
‘ ; idle cient ties tik ch ince 0 n
2 \\ ] ; OFFICERS’ RACE—Ali Officers—1st mmnme, 5.58 am. Interlat 8 08/9 31. f
4. Hours Rain ashed Vi sit rs Carr Off Fo r | mas ier 2nd-—Capt, Press; 3rd—Maj ee aa ase = part ERY .
; | i YARDS—(LAOSES— lut—Cumber- Light Goncert Orehestra, 9.00 a.m &. R f shi
IS} Oo 7 u jen: 2d Cally ore; 3rd— Waldrond Clore Down, 12 noon The News 12 ia! “4 e re ng
ut Play Yesterday Fj At Police S 4) 4 Rigas mois not-| Ree ee ate ber] : )
wid; + 2nd— ; > ¢ a ;
‘ rsts At Police Sports | {imseni.6 pam, "Radio Newel, 18 | as a lovely
o a la j a ek ate ' rm yrmamhany al rings, - Pp =
OXFORD, May 25. Quite aaumber of Police Sports PUTTING THE WRIGHT | | ot er jieuciee oe ge ne eal akan. Te : da
No play was possible on the second day of the West Indies pecoris went toppling at Kensing- | 2° iG, Payne; oe Ne Duane 5 AA ood econ! svoman: | B--, Take it from Here. 9.00 p.m. ‘The summers Y
match against Oxford University here today. Four hours ton Qval yesterday before the fair {> hy so 5 it. Wing. (Record) {ang-cAscher| 3t0--doirie. "f eeladie, 6 opm. The aire oar
rain during the morning soaked the pitch, but despite a a rare wes aa = a oi. Ascher SAR Loci Suc Trotman | Mights at the Opera, 5.00 p.m. Listen:

: + ; . z rr +» tho Police Sports Meeting. he meet~f "Tine : 10 mean, (lacard word: _, Ho Pte. Tro an dhs. 4.10 Gtas, Geeernenes Sor . j
wind the turf dried slowly. Tea was taken early in th ing was held under the patronage} 430 YARDS PLAT ist--W. Tull; end— | ANRNR BS, Bridveman vrdady, | Peel Con. Brom the third Pro- SUMMER BREEZE HAIR CORDS
‘hope of play later but the wicket was still wet and the athe Governor and Mrs. Savage | ©. Callender: Sxd-—#. Denny Callenday; 2.4. Watson; 3rd—Devonish, | #Famme, 5.50 p.m, Interlude, 6. ps.) in beautiful designs
captains decided play today would be impossible. distributed the prizes. tA RAND CADETS RACE —AN Senior | OBSTACLE #80820, een TS ae, the Weeen vib pm. Mare 36” wide 90e.

: 4 4 ; rj “ec - fire izes were carr aa S eerie 7 les; ——te ww art man 7 @ 4 “ i
If conditions permit tomorrow the West Indies will resume — Four an os Pees Lat aandlew gp om edoty—1st—B.. Alleyne:: » Sida Collina: 4 aLAY pace oes, | nique, Harba-! Aualysis, % 18 p-m—7-90 p =. Bve Wit we bwpmmonacsowinm 3
innings i é 3 , > 35, two Of by > puree embers L / ; ; dos iment, Cable and Wireless Ist ® adcount ¢ vs. -
ate fo meine sk rn a oe on : f Trinidad Police, Force who partici-] (p) “Assn CADETS RACK-AR J | Eee Feces snd T's. tallies weeutty 7 Ob sae eae pe. PONE TT CHECK ORGANDIES in white, blue,
rickets made in reply to Oxford’s fi s score of pote: he ting—B man. PAGES | t Junior | Rime , cunke on the Thames, p.m. Kadie Q C D ;
194 : ” a ad Peis bridweman, | acess. Int Gras; and-—Bodringan: ard] 4 YARDS POLICE CHILDREN'S RACE | Newsrecl, 8.15 p m. The Debate, Con peach, nill, pink, lemon. ft
: 4 ull ag i ; ae iris ; dst . Worrell; . Mortis; Ss, 8.30 p.m. e Country es fe ‘ ‘
Pianeta nee The Start the Police Band under Capt BAD AOR ete aa a | ard--C. Worrell. Bovs: Ist--C, Me Lean: } ) go" p.m Eeitisn Concert Hall, 10.0% 36 wide__._....--—....- Ge.
Following their first defeat of Raison, after keeping spectators’ rt Amey. oe SO | 2nd—F. Simmons; 3rd—H. Bynoe tp.m. The News, 10.10 p.m, From th
; : ot hs be , fort tapping all ihrough the meet ; oe yt? YARDS PLAT.-fi——Prince: 2nd—, paitorials, 10.15 p.m. Sandy MacPher
seal ws Oe ee ee ore ee fh or aelanttees i , 5 i YARD let cir deel sna Te Calrender son at the Theatre Organ, 10.20 p.m WHITE RIGMEL
a e not made happier by the weather With a selection of popular num- ean brestan; tne Time : 55 sees : ‘"Msic Magazine, 10.4 p.m. World Shrunk Poplin
° on Wednesday. Gréy threatening bers, kept them on their toes as (Record _2UG OP WAR--Winners: “larbour Po- | Agains 1.00 p.m. The News. .
y * clouds and a bitter wind provided the Band beat the Retreat at the} _ zi wer A
econ ime miserable conditions. To make fs of me a“ — ve ie mitee- FS
matters worse for the touring "Ons played for Beating the Ke

“RASCAL”, owned and skip-

team, the University won the toss

treat included Handel's “Largo”

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BERT'S CAFE

pered by George ‘Stouts, cerriei and decided to bat and put the The crowd cheered as the Band EUR ATHLETIC ceed eaeroele ' Suitable for morning wear Bi
off.honours in the ‘B’ Class at tho West Indies in the field. went through the precise steps of s ee 36” wide Hic.
Tenth Regetta of R.B.Y.C., held The teams were: — the Slow March. CHOW MEIN fa oe ee ne eee we

n Anabdyetag -2he cele igen on Oxford: M. B. Hetmeyer (Capt ee ae oar ee er
Carlisle Bay on Wednesday eve: . >, arae Ee ’ apt), Victor Ludorum was P.C. 47 L }

ing, ta score her second victor
fog. ihe season.

This vavht has already recorded
two seconds and a third and
percentage up to the end of the
Ninth Regatta is 63.64.

The sailing was south-about in
a smooth sea and fairly steady
wind. Nine boats started in tne
‘B’ Class but “Circe” did not
finish. Coming second to “Rascai
was Mrs. John Chandler's “Okapit
which has now brought its num-
ber of seconds to three but has so

far been unable to score @ wit from Ramadhin when playing He pajd tribute to Area No. 4|{! COMPTON GONSALVES (Trinidad): LINDSAY ASSOCIATION INC.,
eae in oe ore ey a backward defensive stroke, and of the Land Police who had put GORDON (B.G.); LADDIE LEWIS (B.G.); PEARL b A Bigg
ou » owned and skipperec by

Jack Bradley.

In ‘C’ Class eight boats started.
“Wizard and “Hi Ho” did not
start while “Peggy Nan” started
but did not finish, Honours in
this Class went to Colin Bellamy’s
“Magwin"”, skippered by William
Atkinson, which has now scored
its second victory for the season.

Second was “Rogue”, owned
and skippered by Gerald Nicholls
“Rogue” is heading the ‘C’ Class

R. V. Divecha, A, D. Jose, B.
Boobbyer, D. B. Carr. C. FE, Winn,
Cc. R. PD. Rudd, D. Lewis, f. P

@, Campbell, I. N, Bartlett, D. Hen-

derson.

West Indies: J. Goddard (Capt.),
A. Rae, J. Stollmeyer, FP. Worrell,
E. Weekes. C, Walcott, G. Gamez,
C. Williams, P. Jones, H. Johnson,
S. Ramadhin.

After half an hour had brought
20 runs Hofmeyer misjudged the
Swing of a ball from Gomez and
had his leg stump knocked back.
16 runs later Carr missed a ball

was out leg before,

The West Indies must have felt
the cold a good deal and their
work in the field was not as lively
as usual. The Christ Church
ground where the match is being
played never stages more than
one fifst class match a year and
the lasting qualities of the pitch
are doubtful.

By lunch the score had reached
67 for the loss of 2 wickets.

ASSOCIATION OF BARBADOS

Presents the West Indies Cycle & Athletic Stars
AT KENSINGTON OVAL

Best. The Inter-area cup was
won by Area No. 1, and Capt.
Press received the cup for the area.

At the end of the last event, Tug
of War, won gamely by the Har-
bour Police, competing athletes
marched past to the music of the
Police Band,

Colone! R. T. Michelin, Com-
missioner of Police, at the end of
the prize giving, thanked the Gov-
ernor and Mrs. Savage for attend-
ing, and thanked Mrs. Savage for
presenting the prizes.

ON WHIT-MONDAY, MAY 29TH
and THURSDAY, JUNE IST, 1950

Under the Distinguished Patronage of His Excellency
the Governor

Arrayed for the invasion are:

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up a gallant struggle in an attempt
to wrest from the Harbour Police
the Shield they had held so long
for Tug of War. He then thanked
all who had worked hard to make |
the Meeting a success.

Results follow:—

HIGH JUMP—Ist-—47 L. Best; and—43

Wickham; (Eaton) 3rd—62 G. Shannon
Height; 5 ft. 8 ins, |Reeerd).

GOODING (Trinidad) and Others

For the defence:
KEN FARNUM, L. CARMICHAEL, H. STUART, D.
KEIZAR, A. HUNTE, A. A. CLARKE and Others

Police Band in Attendance

WEIGHT-LIFTING DISPLAY AT INTERVALS
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All roads lead to Clapham Land,
Flag Staff Road on Whit-Monday
May 29th under the distinguished
patronage of Mr. E. D. Mottley
M.C.P. there will be a Grand kid
end Marathon Race Meeting at
Clapham. Marathon race starting

‘WILL BE HELD AT

line up and: already has three ist—2 A. Blenman; 2nd—30 D. Bridge ; .
wins to its credit. “Gannet”, a eo Lene 4000 "Duiance: 88 yas. 2 th 7 ins. PRICES; Kensington Stand 3/-; George Challenor 2/6;
tng eS skippered by Peter found cricket as G0. gat the Uncovered Stand 2/; Grounds 1/- per day pre veka cane anes THE CRANE HOTEL
Twelve : rd. as weather after lunch, The West at night im aid of Kid Race Com-
eve. boats starte in the Indies players were heavily sweat- e mittee.
dnteredise, Class bul “Dawn” Ged and it war notceabie me, == AdRdebic | == on
. wt ay 6 i = -
“Coronetta”, owned by Johnnie teth the het keen sucky A GRAND DANCE
Hoad and skippered by his sou Maesgeh ih 2d

Jackie, came first. Second was
“Clytie”’, owned and skippered by
Sydney Nurse and third
“Invader”, owned and skippered
by Donald Stoute.

Of the seven boats that started
in thé™D” Class only six finished
“Imp” struck the northern mark

wrung their hands in pain. The
third wicket put on 48 in 70 min-
utes before Williams with his sec-
cnd ball bowled Lewis . who hit
ever a yorker, Williams followed
Uy holding a splendid return catch
“vom Boobbyer who batted just
ever 2 and a half hours for his

Heats Today

THE following heats for the
two-day Intercolonial Cycle and
Athletic Meeting which takes
place at Kensington on Monday,
May 29 and Thursday June 1 wil!
be run to-day commencing at 3

GLOBE
NOW TWICE

DAILY

LONG JUMP-—-Ist--45 O. Marshall; _
36 R. Cadogan; 3rd—47 L. Best



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from. 9 p.m. until (3) a om. prices
of admission Ladies 1/6 Gents 2/-
at Mr. Joseph St. Hill Residence
Music will be supplied by Mr. J.
Blenman’s Orchestra A well stock
Bar in attendance.

Whit-Monday 29th May 1950

from 4 p.m.—8 p.m.





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Musie by RICHE GOODRIDGE and his Orchestra.






we 42. Winn, a left hander, soon P-â„¢. Sasa SaaS SSE

and was disqualified. showed his intenti : 1, 100 yds. flat (open) Admission: TS: luding Light Refreshmer:.

, » Bt : on of enlivenin ; mission: 60 CEN'TS: Including Light Refreshmer,’.s

sucpuse went, ta “Petey Pan’. ihe play, He put plenty of pee || 4-38. Et tat UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
Raison, which now registers three {chind his strokes and reached $100 Gis over ig, oo. tee we . Mr. ROBERT SLADDIN and Mrs. SLADDIN (Miss
wins, Second was “Rainbird”, re ned i ae minutes. — Rudd, 6. 220%, flat (open) Department of Extra-Mural ; vi .
owned and skippered by ‘Corkie’ \ore all’ dieminna ond Bernett g: ie Guts over 16. Studies MOLLY RADCLIFFE) will be pleased to take this
and third was R. D. winn’ hibi cheaply? ahi 9. 440 |, (open) ; A COURSE OF TEN t y

op eye! SOmeney he which belate anak eee eee ee a oon oe LECTURES opportunity of meeting and welcoming the many friends

Results were:
‘B’. Class: 1st. Rascal 2nd
Okapi; 3rd. War Cloud.

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pa Class: Ist. _Magwin; 2nd. total at 175 for 8 wickets. LIVERPOOL, May a0 and of the w une SCIENCE AND THE
; . Gi bt, ae ee SR ally
Tpidtmediate Claas: Ist. Coro- After Tea Ivor Germaine, the lightweight aan we

netta; 2nd. Clytie; 3rd. Invader.
‘D’ Class: Ist, Peter Pan; 2nd
Rainbird; 3rd. Van Thorndyke.



Asmena Wins
The Oaks

From VERNON MORGAN
EPSOM DOWNS, May 25.

ourless display .
Winn 56 and Jose 9 were the
not out batsmen at tea with the

Oxford were all out soon after
tea after Winn and Jose had added
19 runs to the tea score,

Then the West Indies made a
bad start losing the wicket of Rae,
who was bowled by Jose, in the
first over of the innings and, at
12 Worrell was run out. So
accurate was the fast bowling
of Jose and Divesha that Stoll-
meyer and Weekes, were kept on
the defensive, though, in the last



The drama of men defy-
ing death to forget women



“Kid German’’ Defeats
Ginger Roberts On Points

champion of Barbados and official
contender for the Empire title, de-
feated Ginger Roberts, Northern
welterweight champion, on point
in ten rounds at the Liverpool
Stadium tonight.

Germaine, who was nearly :
stone lighter, gave a brilliant dis-
play of fast counter punching and
almost won as he pleased. He¢
had Roberts down for four in th«
fifth round and for one in the





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C. A. COPPIN, B.ASe. of the Hotel.

_ at the
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at 8.15 p.m.

Fee for Course: $1.00

Ex-Mu. Assoc.
Members: 84e.

Single Lectures:

@ CEMENTONE NO. 1 DRY COLOUR
A Special Tint for colouring ordinary Cement

12¢,



: Fer Floor work 10 Ibs. of Cementone No. 1 will
half hour, W s ok "
a French cotton magnate snore ae aay re eee sixth.—Reuter. Grand Whitsuntide colour 1 cwt., of ordinary Cement.
Oaks ihe allies aunt on drives on both sides of the wicket. | F R SHOW & D ANCE Supplied in YELLOW at 29c. per Ib.
Asmena starting second favourite . P® day’s play, ended with the Wxtrae ies isiss ; : 100
EEE th Tene © score at 61 for the loss of 2 wkts. Total (for 2 wkts.) 8

This filly by Goya out of
Astronomie ridden by Rae John-

Rain washed out the second
day’s play. and the game resumes

Fall of wickets: 1 for 0, 2 for 12. |
BOWLING ANALYSIS
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PORTLAND CEMENT in Bags and Drums
THE BARBADOS

R. V
stone took the lead halfway up ‘@Y, the final day, weather Seam. Beh Reg Teaco ear; FERROCRETE rapid-hardening CEMENT
the straight to win by a length ee : Henderson . ........ 9210) oe al

from another French filly Madame
Lafarge’s Plume a 10/1 chance.

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9.00 p.m.




WHITE SNOWCRETE CEMENT





Third, one end a halt lengths [) Roabhyer ¢ & & Williams “” PROGRAMME: CONCRETE PAINT in Bright Red and Green
away was the British filly Stella n° opi} pw
Polaris starting at 100 to seven. 1. tewis b Willer ein Siecat | The Weather THOMAS AURICH PITEGMIALEY ,

It was Boussac’s first win in ©. Rudd stpd. Walcott b Ramadhin 6 \ L . rg VIOLIN FLOOR TILES in Red, Chorolate and
this event. Among the crowd {Winn Ramadhin °°" 4 TODAY MITCHEL ate Speckled Cream and Red. :
= ad ag initia reser, witch R Diveeha » Johnson paneer My THEeUM = “The Singing Westerner’—

ma r e artle' ez. s s: 5. m,

GHAR him.» ‘Aest prise ot more Me 9g oe © {| Sun Rises: 5.88 a.m, BARTHELMESS GERALD BANNISTER. ON & Hl AYNES (0 LTD
Queen. and the two Princesses Henderscn nat out bea: eS 13 Moon (Ful) May 31 Screen play by Jules Furtiman GEORGE EDWARDS WILKI 4 9 e
who had come to watch the Royal f eH Lighting: 7.00 p.m. A HOWARD HAWKS ENTERTAINS. ;
filly, Above Board, run. PAN Se Vikeio bees; 194 High Water: 11.39 p.m.

—Reuter

FRIENDLY FOOTBALL

The General Post Office will

Fall of wickets: 1 for 20, 2 for 36, 3 for
84. 4 for 89, 5 for 109, 6 for 130, 7 for 149
8 for 152, 9 187.

BOWLING ANALYSIS
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Rainfall (Codrington) .04 ins
Total for month to Yester

day; 5.17 ins. |

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closest imitation of the
“Ink Spots” heard locally.

Music by ARNOLD MEAN-

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oppose an Empire team at Footbal] Johnson .......... 15 5 21 1 o, WELL'S OROHBSTRA.
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Matthove K B? Sealey Hw. Worrell 0, 4a wees Velocity 17 miles per | } bait ; i t ry

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Barker, H. W. Cadogan, S. W. bin W.L 1st INNINGS r r Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.981 |
Williams, L. L. Spencer, O, Har- J. Stollmeyer not out + (3 p.m.) 29.919 { te that —
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Fridn.. >1 a r JU. IMS*. U fltoiwate Prirr; HVK IE XT* l-ur 35 WE WANT MORE SUGAR It V* Sugar Broker* Forecast World Market Price for WJ. Sugar < % %  0n ( inifii I i ii LO:.LX>N. w... A forec*at th..t WMI Irukaisugar surplus to the £40,004) trmallowed by the United Kingdom offer will eamly be absorbed i.\ this country or Canada at world market value Is made this morning in the monthly bulletin of Messrs E D. and P. Man, siuai Im ffii %  They aute that to-day thu figure would be consider* h L. higher than 30.6 and bearing in mind preferential duties the world price would have to fall to 3 30 rent* per pound before Cuban or o her nun-preferential augurs cuhi compete with the West Indian sugar The average price received bj Cuba for her sugar over the last eleven years works unt at 3 cent* V T pound bin. continues Ihc bul-i V Un the coat of labour and matcpjls has % %  !' considerably Increased thit it is extremely doubtful w helher Cuba would now produce a crop of reasonable size on the 3 20c. baala. Probably some reacfjustment is n -cdori in our ideas as to what on be considered a cheap price .-.mmensurate with the coat of l> oduction It may well be that instead of fueling pessimistic the West Indies would be justified in looking forward to the future with confl'iXonsense' Says The Colonial Office %  rraa Oar 0-> f.riH>'H LONDON. May 24. The Colonial Office this morning described gi "nonsense" recent reports that the British Government has Informed Caribbean (tovcrnmenti that they must depend onlv on foreign shipping lines for passenger service between Britain and the British West Indies "We have given no such Instruction" on official said. It is pointed out in shipping circles here, that in fact. In the next few months the increasing number of passengers from the Caribbean will be carried by French lines, it will be recalled that the French Una recently announced that the S.S. Colon, hie would shortly Join 8.8. Oaweomr on the West Indies run. U.K. Journalists Want Conduct Code LONDON. May 25 The British National Union of Journalists today announced the creation of nn Ethics Committee to enforce a Journalistic code of conduct. It will advise members on their rights to refuse to undertake assignments which might lower ihe prestige of the profession. The announcement said the appointment of the committee followed increasing charges In Parliament and elsewhere of distortion In the press.—Renter "Colonies Could Supply It 99 U.K. Housewives Tell Westminster Today As Gomes Opens Sugar llaltte l I I Ollr I I.IMII.II t "I l i-|"imll III | LONDON. May 25 '|' HE FIRST BALL in tile battle of sugar between Britain and tbe West Indies will be bowled tomorrow morning at the Colonial Oilier by the Hon'ble Albert Gomes He and his delegates will present the British West Indies memorandum to Mr. Maurice Webb, Food Minister, and Mr. John Dugdale, Minister of State for the Colonies. OuUuU' a. *v\\ ... in.uk' lh Colonial Ofllcf tunhm ih. liromno. to 1* lirr-nt Mllvttj Tin' Ililll.-h KouMBdVM Lflfuthuve urtanKixl f,.i half raambtn with i.l.unrd. bent Inn W WUA More Su|r' nnd "With your Help th,Bull n Colonus could supply u" 10 pniU.S. ATOM WORKERS GO OlS STRIKE OAK KIDCIE. Teiirntssec, May 25. A yianl atomic plant ctmt.li uuliun project here wai .' ul down completely today bv an unofficial strike. The strike which members of the Labourers and Hodcarriers Union of the American Federation of Labour started without warn Large Nations Should Not Interfere SAYS TITO New Chemical THAT vlth the •!, WEEKLY lawnmnwer may soon be something of Ihe paa. An American rubber company claims to hnve dcirelcaiad ;, chamlcal .^.n.-.i Imicllc hjrdr.bltlc. whjea Kills woods niul retards the growth of grass f„i M\ weeks or more without Injuring,!. Only six mowings all the summer will be necosaury ,r the claim, arc proved. US Moves Against Perverts INDIA HAS A WEST INDIAN POLICY (From Our Own Correspondent) uX^t^ n L M G f^S&JSZA -he" Trinidadians Not Surprised PORT-OF-SPA1N, May Jo. Trlnidadians were not surprised to learn that Capt. E. Tartan 1 able lo bring I1.W.LA. plan."Antigua" to a successful landinst at Homestead Airfield Florida alter losing one of the engines which dropped out on its flight from Jamaica to Miami on Tuesday Farfan had a brilliant record from the R.A.F. in world war II. lie also won the D.S.O. Farfan is considered one of the best pilot* in ihe il.W.I.A service. E. B. M. Brown a member of the registration board who was. in Nassau, is to proceed to. carry out investigation*. There wore three passengers on board Carib Talks Open KINGSTON. Jamaica, May 25 The conference by me Mad? ** the Aaricultural Department* of the British Caribbean colon*** opened to-day under the chaflav manship of G, S Clay. Agricultural Adviser to the Secretary 0 State for the colonies. The conference hewn by diacussing the technical aspect* I the agricultural problems in th'? West Indies and the uniform..y of approach toward! the solution of these problems The colonie.LAKE SUCCESS, May 25. Without making specific refer! .n K yesterday spread today to all other craft. WoStofon Y'uOTSvi.^i.f^tod.T^h.! the project, the! Atomic Energy Commission raported the" large „2! 7%, 'SS'.orfd "Tne project is completely ihtli should not interfere Vlth the indown," an AEC spokesman smd lernal affairs of the small nation* We have not been informed b> He laid this down aa ana of the union or any Ixxiy els,what I the three ennditions neceaaan fur the walkout is all (.bout* 1 the casing of international tan. Yesterday a stoppage occurred I sion, and for a poMthJe h:i-., ,,f on two new plants bein K built I bndaratanding among th ROTH f..r increased proriurlici, ,.f rti.The two other condition^ were stMi.itbi,. ui-mu'n 2.15—the atomi, that more encouragement thimfd alLV^TSSr. i 1 ** B Vf '" "lonlnl |M>oples who Bom B.OOOvorkai an ITectM wars iiBtitin f„ r iheir |nd*penhv m*walkpui p lr kci line' dene.-, and the ending of econowere st,ibhshePr onnl '"^ isencies was unanimously approvI '.t by Ihe United Stales Senate; Sxpaodlturai Commute* Uxtaj b - __ move to tighten security. The PfPUrod WotiT ommltter vote.i to provide! % •*/ 5.25.000 for the inquiry, ijuick 7V. •'-./ •Ki:... /"* %  Senate approval is expected ** l>f>0* // till 'JJj Washington police officials have leatifled that there ore about 3,75(1 Itomosexuals on Cjovernment payrolls in the capital. Perverts are > : officially rajed aa bail mini. rlakf on the ground they are an of easy mark for blackmailers and Aaaoclation pntawttail prev (or ('ominunisi eek tha'. % %  ins.piriitijirs Republican Senatoi Joseph Mt Carthy h.is chartted 'li.it the Stnle Department is infested with tjoth Conununlsth ami iM-rverts The Department h— icniwt it n was oAh ...n> db %  loseci slime weeks nun that 9! exuiil p. i n dismlas•f from the Dpi Mi Carta&y. lop-ranking Ifcpnblicaii rnambar f the Kxncndiiu < (iiiiiintlee. hi not lake i of the emu itebe Ii. BIG 3 WARN ISRAEL, ARABS „ I'AHIS. Mav 2.V UKlIAlN. fiance and the United State lo-dav W.HIIKI Israel and Ihc Arab states thai if ihev hnd anv of thesi prepannc to violate frontieis or at mis'ticc lines ihe three raunti ea will take action "both within and without the ii imawork of the United Nations'. —' In a joint declaration on auiu. Iio %  piihlisheri bv the French SPORTS WINDOW i'.:: NMta. rv,.. %  JI.O UIM....I Wi V M lwSr Hi Mtr HH ...H..II Hal ,. P C Par* OH. trSSStBa) .1| plav C*M> aiva Winlenta .1 < .tF oliilr Cat". ..1 %  IK, %  ., .. .. V Tunitdit ..t I i v M p 1 will pUy Cairltuii tn ., r.r.l wi M F„-lMI. %  ,t • H C OB "i ai.in,,,, M P C %  ~ .. .-, ., One Weal lndiun In Bruaaeln Talks R G. Matthewk. the Coloured WprkcriiruTurmcd Sinanan th.. I Butler returned to LofUSofl the Country and wished to arranxe a meeting n yet when they will meet i>tit it .s likely to be next week. Sinanan is araJUrksj t<. know the time rfiul puK fnm V Both Butler and S been invited to all.-. at a scries of pea %  tin ea in London Ix-inw %  p o ns j or od bv Ihc ( Worfcei ,\ .,General political ami ... -,.,l S obicms relating tn ihe I et Indies will be discussed at these meetings Plans for the creation cf a West Indies Parliamentary group ,MI, be advnneed | step further on Thursday ial R bt l a dlnnei in tlit* House of Commooj The host will be Grenada horn Dr Hyacinth Morgai. who rasa invited seveial Labour .MPs and SlnanHn to dl-cus* the rr,, tier There hat been a sequel aliu to a recent talk liotwit-n India's High Commissioner. Ki Menon and Hinailan. He has consented to mcel West Indian leaders here including the auger delegatinn and explain M Mw India's policy on the ".Inn. with t articular reference to the West ndiea. Mennr. Ma* inv % %  Un v. Indians to a reception on Friday afternoon at It-ctt-. H NEW DELHI. May 25 A young Englishman. t.ltt BKL'SSI.l.s M., :>:, '. lie nrst meetini of the Execuiiv • Committee of Ihc International Confederation of Free Trade Un ons tinea ihe Congress held In Court here today that he jjj^l^^^^f^gfff^ Ar E entlne Amlwasudor at Eu Opt, two f.i)in l.atai America. ' %  ,' '^ %  •^* '"iK-havioui /.,. (.on. North Amerin MM "MMM.cly inaultmg lo my frnm 'he West ladle. %  n, particular and the public As and the Middle Ea>t and one (ro -i Africa Highlight of the ARRESTED PRAGUE. May 25 The Czechoslovak autl today arrested Dr I. k8, nn employee .Embassy in Prayue A C'/echOsIorepre*nted were Jamaica. Trimvak note Jet^ered at I dad. Barbados. St. Lucia. Gren.-1 b,,,,^. MW ^ p mk .„ .. da. fit. Vincent BriUsb H..nduru. i .rrested for activities agatn-t the Aniijn.i. and British Guiana MrJa^urHy of thr Oa1o Dr mnkas K. Frampton Agricultural |, a naturalised British subject — i> ationdea The Kn^lisbinaii. John Keiinelb Edwards, is charged with -snauiting the Ambassador "without any LlddrM i,r grave provocaUoit Klwards .~.nd that when In akt.i the Ambassador DOCUM Otcai LO behave hUUMtT hi %  U .i %  laugh! win, h %  r>unded is ran In* verge m.m.med h. WOJ llf ,,„„,,., -j U|r( Ul( . Cf ha InveatjgafjMri ,,, ,., Htt hlm t ,„ m nJll hc Wou|fl IBM Ivt i.Minl pioM-minma diaw,n up loi Ihe two day ineelin i< expect cd to be a discussion on the prnb%  Ruhl Heater. %  reign DnVi to-daW, ihe th.„ Governinenls -aid thai rei|uesls would l>e rnn-iidered m ihe light <>l Ihoae countries' need loi main: laming a certain level of armed I forces foi internal security and ; their own legitimate defence and thai of the whole region. Middle Kant countries already : :< Mm,, arms from Britain, France and America had given an under%  taking thai they do not intend any | aggression nn any other -tale. r.i-Hav declaration followed 'l>. recenl l^ndon talks between the big three western Foreign Minislei. With rufeience to preseivuig the uresenl frontiers and armistice 1 lines the text of the Declaration Ihe throw governmants, if they become aware 'hat any of I these states it preparing to violate : tha frontien oi the Unas of armis>. will not fail, in eonformlty with then obligation* at members of the United Nations, to act both within ami without the framework %  I ihe United Nations in order to i i irani i* h .< violation" "The tbiee government" declare i • nnhave received from all Hi' slut<>. tit present hencnting of .ii ma. the atii" .' th.,i the purchasing state do.* not •intend t., undertakeany ait of aiuieSHion with regard lo another state. Similar a-aurancc at HU nthei state in thu rggdefl Ul *hieb the deapatcb i ,.M.I ill bt u.lb.iri.-.-H in the i in* .tui,. F.B.I. Hunt Soviet Spy WAaWINOTON Mas 2S Agents of the Federal Bureau I %  aNggged ea ana the i ,,aiatve ipy-hunls in • i .i kaatesj hiann*, wentoday oenl N inn Ihe.r efforts in Ihc If) inM H was rertiHl h. .)• Fliia has been prornpbd B| Ihe urn-si %  *, Tuesday night I Hans (,..|.l i-hila.lelpbiii biohemlst. The FBI .is n-poried i.. • com entraUrti U % %  ii i .m ii i i Bovli' %  ipioi age agent, aleniined bj them enlj M John 1 ^ wn- believed to be the key goMtwean lo iransmltUni I itomk -.e.reiv mand on to bin by llany Oold 10 .tiuMa>ii.>l arrests n Ihe Anglo-Ainviican atomic spy weie peed I t la d here as .rtitl-ls .tiseloaed die trail from p'li.hs lo OeM led FBI alien'hrniigb .. kmg, paliiklaklng que^t ii which |,M0 |K>r:i>ns who mlfhi haye been III skaH M.iita.t wir Mnt,-h s.ieiitrt wen -he. Ke I Kventunlly. the hunt n.1,.,*,., 'in', II t" .i small %  roup ul < li.-nii.-i in Ihe New YoiK-l'hiladelphi i %  hnulls t<> COUI'M arres. S"llle olti. I..U made il le,,| II;,. Ihi Fui ha case wan by no mear closeo with the arrest n* Ool Heulrt. VS. Will Help Vietnam SAIGON, May 2h Ihe United Slate, lol.i „. %  Xnporoi duo Dm. head of Vietnam state t.-i., l t llJ( | Amenca woubi establish a ipeelal ea Mission to Vietnam, laios. ami Cambodia to help them men labiln. The United State. Leguimn || Dalai informed hlm lhal the isaion would work with Ihe GovmenU of the States and Ihe French High Commi-tsioner in g Ofdlnated programme oil economic aid designed to assist th ade up and down the utreet. If necessarv ihey will be r"iieved by othei members so that the parade ran loiillnuc all da> Yesterday Ihe ftntish West Indies rielegiites were lea BMMi ol I.on. Llstowel at 'be nOtaM l.nr.ls where the\ met Lord Tweedsinuir and Mr. Creech Jones Qn Saturday girtnffijmepU have been made for ihe delegaiion u% %  e the Derba betnf run British Ship Sunk: 7 Killed BONO KNli. May •: %  Captain L. C Church of the 1,175 Inn Brili-. 1 m.-n hantm.ni Ebonol radioed the, Navy from Swatow today thai his ship had lers eClke crew —lesiurr. shfp'cHhM u| ihe P~ m RESIGNS POST BERLIN, \u .i Prof Paul r Koeh, LeeCure' III Medicine .it the Sovioi Secb.i llumlxild t'niverdty. (gglaj w ihi %  "'^liS! f, ,V ,n h *L B 'twi life and stability and pursue the! peaceful democrat.; developmenl Marmst high school an.l i; i.not be regarded as n univiiit. any more.' he tub! teuui'.-i-. Renter. the U.N. DAY WASIllNr.lt IN, Ma President Truman (oda% .alien |H,II !|„. Ann i it in i--i.(>li lo uli in L'l-InIi .^ i "trti i'ie ni MI On Fage 'i 'ions I.i\ (.. %  i. to aecurniK .iiiiiiiii,. 11 peace" In .. prnelamation he ~tilil the need for an lnti-i.' i organisailoi. tn Inturc a icver been more irfgetr Ki-uter j No Benefits from Devaluation ONE COURSE OPEN TO U.K. (From Our Own Correapondent) LONDON. May 24 Ml Junes Dubulaaon. Chaiiman, sp e aking at the Annual Meettni '.f the West India Committee in London this morning 'Ithe effect devaluation bad hud on the West Indian riespiie their "handsome conn towards bridging the the colonies were todav deprived of Ihe bencf'is or devaluation on the gale of IbtU cxi*>rt* and had U* pay great I v ini trices on the import' %  In thew circumstances" said Mr Dubuisson "it seem unred.blc that Great Britain should have nlled to take the one (ourat ->f Mr II atw were .-oncerned with the Wtl'fare of her dependent t-rrlterlet undertaking given NationChai U | g> I"-' as her United suggest "At least she could ha expected to agree I yeare. to buy (sugar) %  show I nit '<• bare imrn ea KM whole of one commodity which i | Irei from this area and who rt mi U) Its InHtlkUanl Mi lioijoisaon tab warm welcome to tbe W< sugar delegates and wished them every success in their endeavour'. He added %  cenbri afraid the> ,.iyearold lister's marriage Mr Gbali and the Princess bad 1 .. civil wedding here last month i ved in separate suites at at, hotel here Fathia r/kh the (jueen Mother' Na/li A Ilauter'a report from Lr-bon says that the Egyptian Princes* | Paika and her bridegroom of seven I weeks. Fuhd Siidek. an nfflcial of' ihe ERyptlan Consulate in Ian Francisco, arrive.) here today from New York on the way lo Cairo. The couple will travel by way ol Madrid and Home Princes* i t iter of Princes* Fathia. whose marriage has displeased Farouk. said "We are returning home after four year; abienre That Ii all I can *ay "—It enter



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FRIDAY. MAY I. H5I) IIARR 1DOS ADVOCATE PACE SEVEN CLASSIFIED ADS. PI Bill >OTI(TS i TBI IMH -;.\ LOVKLL AI.VIN C LOVELX tl—lin lormm, of Beefelee Bo*a m U.er—10I. ImlMd on IBlh May. IMS B O. hpn AMI roe M540 In IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of ae*) arm Huatend AI jmiT nri i H -ir*f> on M*rv Bt'K !M On* ye-., ha. u—,1 When IK* on* w* lmer) •>•-. ealleThi.io. e-aa %  lOVtai II.* ehnck aevere We did not *v*n know lhat .if. n But Jeeue knee, what a/a* heel And tank daar uni %  111. Inn. la M Bv-r Bal*.r,.v* . and *evm oilier chiWIi i n iu:vr r*OUSe> BEACH HOUBK—Dowar. fully funnel Ma Jane and Julv Dial 17S. lira C < i^faiun or *MT. kj %  M junto rt (V"i"in'i Rued. I %  "or paMicuiai. %  11,. >• lk> ".(iu„ heldlne .f, .lilt, i.r.i >*eii r\t M\M.t l-la Mail.. l Leer TAKX .VOTlCt that I lb* owner of 'it* abov* Pianlallon am about to obtain Mam ol CltO urtd-r >he prm-lakoni of ir>e aboro Art eatatreri the ga*jg I" I* -0 "** ol "*• Aartruttural veer IBM No man** h*been borrowed umirr IB* Agrievtitura] Alda Art. IBs*, or lb* above. Art laa lb* pae* ma* %  *> in Bay tt.eet am in. running water or.i *' %  •"* *Pt>l> MlSln emernOered br Ado>i I FLAT I ..i* tor %  Ml %  mudem M**el Iroan ( Wheel, linen and M S %  In loving maannt-i of our dear htiaband and father GBOHOC AUBBtV CHAW TORD. who tall aal**p on M*> ISlh !** %  Jeeue liton brat he railed lb* o"e w* kaveel lo real And rould not aave To yejti who have a h jab and Chenar. him with ro.r For you never know value Until VOM ear Ma want rhalr our h*arta From lh*a w* would never, have • to par*. %  •*rtlr. OMI aaj llt-A-nir-TFJJV On In* iY.hr Coa.l | lor lha month* of June and July PullrurnMard Apply Mr* A D Herbert Cordova, Chrlit Churrr. rh..l SSte M 9 90 4n r heaven halh (bin U !" W* will meet never to part agpun ( P.\.' kj he remembered bv Hut" Cm lord i"1hl Baroaford. M.irtln. Auatii' Brtir.*. Aub*>. P*tar. Paul laonai. J. m.-^iiMrr* Tmt\y Bar* I nw-l h*r In law %  Hlpr famil* and Draua Bladra >frirnda' M r> so i. In lovini mamory of our da*r mothar BBPnv-A m.AVOUBV who dapartad lhi. lif* on MHh M*y. 1M On* tvahav* |aau> dnc* lhat aad day. h*n lh* o.* wr lov-rd VH HaM away Tb* to+ow au auddan th* ahwk aa^-ar. W* mil* knrw lha d*th WM> iirar. Pul J*ni. kt>*w lual whul abM !-' And look daar motbar horn* to rort Ivor to br latnambrtrd bv W S %  ja.111111 Mr* aiadv. Vniing. Bamli*! DaAid mrm J5 In |n toa rta fcl !" mnrv of mv amr mnttaw rOKA%UN'U I.ASH1XV. v.lo IHI -lr*P )ll J-th IH r I-T with th* IM,I. A"uant So Irt It b* And all th* grlaf tl l*i thla aupport oach fainting hmar\ Thou I-ord our aaj-ctuaay art Bv*r lo b* r*m*mb*r*>l '>v h*r damMiG-rtn-ina. Laathtry. Sarah H-yn 5','^"'; Mill SALE IMP it n*w an M 3 Mt-ln CAR— Aurtln BMP In prrfrvt runnuul order Apply: A. W Teenpro I'hone 8140 O 5 M— I n. CAR—On* (II Fluid Drlv* Dodg* •-lLiippni with ratdio and n*w tyira Car In parfart coatdiUon Good aa a*w <*pply: D. Ifarvy Rpad. Co Canadian H-nk of Caupaita. IIIMtn. FURNITURE FUR74ITURK Knllra ronlant jiilioliitxd 4 room Flat. A mar radar furnltur* Rvrrvthmfi .,*w Pbone 4H0 ft POULTRY laylrjf %  riiontka < I %  -.' %  ; IMU'l. lit Jim* %  % %  kllrhan. WC balh Ak* VIVIIJ^it HI lawitniy Cap. Ch rh r.,.nin. diawlna and >!inlntt moi.. thrr* TIVRltTON %  Fflralhclvdr Ihr** i B*drooma rent MOW par month f.< -i July For particular* apply Maw* Carrliunon Sraly. Lt Mraat HMO II IMItlll SALES • HfTIOf* ll> ,. .triirlHmi „f lb* pany I will Mil at Ihr rmiHTESV (5ABAC.F. WHITE HARK on FHIpAV Jfith at 1 p m I Opal fl*da C^r .„.. aaad to Oral Tarn.. Caah. H AnCHEH KEN/II M5-|n -i..I at OAK nmariT AI.BH ti UtAL BANK AT. lU Crranar. haiaiaf flp'rialtt Lira %  IA VIEW PlaalaUaa. HI. La., TAKE NOTICE that I. th* o.tar ai '"T •*•" "ImtaUor. an about to obtain "' "••" • %  %  %  unafcar th* pn LUOU%  >< ih* abota Act ajpUnM th* aatd r:.-U-i or, l" "ST" "' *"* A ** cull,ir "' **** *> Mo ntonay naa barn borrow ad undaa ih* AaTiruliural Alda Art. IM. or thJ %  aha-vai Act <*a thai oaa* may t]n laapacl of auch yaatr Daird ihi. rain <"v of May ItAa. A SIMMONb. Owriar M 90 m NOTICE <> cat** Balai %  ". I., i I Mw each >*ar*. rd ...llar. A but. htldwifrry %  afaatJ dollar. .. Man i. ka ,.,,. iha> work Ai i |..i ad !. %  w i ctiiiniKa. SI Phllili NOTICE i ,.•>. i..-..i I. Executive Ci i ih* uptii ai Tlir panic I liv t • It Bp.ld* Ih* E>* Ward. A ona %  toray building in i,. H. built of wall, wood aV %  akann*. and ....••JO.I wilh galvanlic Hi N.t ii a two .lorry Otilldtng jl bj" 1 built f atone and limber, and r.ivrr—l with aalvaniir and mlnil* ami t..n...T. of living room, toilet and bath, kitchen '*• The la.I I* a on* atoie> buHdlrig afl by IT built of Block Stone and cowed with lalyanlie. and waled. Thla build ing can b* of tremendoua help In Ihr building of a n*w bungalow. All Ih* above must b* removed within four rtig th* Saint J-nua. Karbh Loan Act. IMg 14I> 31 lot the purpne* of auUiortaliuj the a.n Veatr* lo erect and equip Ih* propoaad Diapanaary mantmnad in th* vnd A. %  on land* of th* mid Vaatrv nor Ih.. Irweiuninouae caUed "Folk*>tone" i ih* pariah of Saunt Jam*, tnatead of in •h* yard of the Almehoua* of lb* aald ptrlah aa mentioned In tha tuUd Art. and to ntenteal Ihe tun* for conunencntg Ihr rrpayiitaait. over a period of 1 '*aau-a. of the eum or aum* to h* bar rowed under lha aald Act. from 1IHV la mi. fatted tha EM day of May 1W YTARWOOO ABOYCR REAL ESTATE us so I'lOEO.NS Several paira. Black an1 Red Canteatiy Pigeon. Apply P. D Maynard. n oilei. St Jamea. oi Dial EMU i Mt-ln LIVESTOCK TllltEE COWS—On* graded Ouerraan M pi. par da>'. Ill graded Gciery < pt> per diay il> graded Oe>r**>haavy In ralf. all Ihroa young cow. Apply I-i.lhbert Kogera, Rica, St Philip 3d i SO—go PUPB-SW if) Bull and Terrier Appb Culhberl Rngara, Rlrea. SI. pt,Mlp M 9 War. MECHANICAL MISCELUNEOUS A SCALE BRAM iTookry) 9-lona In perfect working order, apply Eger Dial IM* y %  **ANTiqUXB— of rrary d*acri P iv>n Olaaa. China, old Jawala. fine SUVer •I'fiMlgun Early booka, Mapa. Autorrapha. etc al Oorruigae Antique Shop. .. toca lM UM mr-t and TRUCK TVREB—Wa carat Ihea* world renowned Engltah Henley Tyrea U lhat delete tha n*c*n>lly of ualng gn overaife at a con.iderably higher price gnd we Invite you to drop In and +t* them, learn more about tyrea and tave mon*v. John F Hutaon Lid. Rhepi .-,,1 SIT..' MB.M-ln. ENCUJSM POTATOES-Suitable fo planlinfji. 90 lb boKe* at r. p r lb I1.H-.1.I p....-'A Cu I '.1 11 li Street Hi 5 40 3n FOOD YEAST-Rlrh concentrated vita mln food contain. BI Price 74c. lb Obtainable from all Grocer, and Drag Store. SI 9 M 3 %  MANTU8 Juil rrreavrd r-ieiii 300 c P a Mu a ia aii Rn> Stm-t. Ik-tdgnt u ar n 1 MEW It>TTERS-Dinah Shor*. Frank Sanalra. Ring and all tha raat C m-d gel, but quick A r.AHNF-i A, CO LTD M S ft* I For your record player luding Ruby arid Bnpphlre ait naadlaa lo play eat OKALVA — Anti-cold and Inftueru loblata. One vet glvea proterllnn from lotd* and influaauta for tour month* On ml* al Kmghfa Drug Store*. 23 150 3i PENS HA I I ((INTER PENS m .•"coloure Price II each each DRIVE WEATHER 3.9(W.3n Tha undrralgned wilt eat up for male it |.i.l.llc competition at our Office No 1* High Street. Bridgetown, „„ Friday the i-.il. day of May 1*90. at t p.m. The dealrahle freehold dwelling houa* called -COLLEEN" iltuata at FMi Olflce (iap. Worthing Tha dwelling houae comprlaea Verandah on 3 aide-, drnwlng 4 dining looma 3 Bedroome. Kitchen. Toll*! and Balh mding on I ni aquara faat of land, lapecilon every day except Sunday r lha Vealry %  %  NOTICE between the hour appllrj R B Par md a p lara and rotidlHom of i.ilr apply ( COTTLE. CATFORD ft CO l I -%  tr> WORTHIVf] VIM. r III-TH .i rmi.i ( p Modern fully fumUhra. .1 I bathing Urge living room dlmiig mom. Iwo bedroom* to which an i-nir.. bedroom can be added If deal red Tiled bathroom with tub balh and .hnwei not .nd cold water i and built In linen upboard. tiled kitchen with built In %  tone cupboard and new Phllco combined lefrtgaraaor and deep freeaa. Urge 1th hnoda. Mavl French doom, larg* loirf gar.tge and -erv.nl. quartan With mlel and ahowar. lha houaa la taatefully • %  riiiahed. tha bade hav* both deep deep 11..I Ikinloplllo mallraaaee. ahlnglad roof -iluhed pl'e floor*, lha garden contaliu g-BButwru. tropical flowering Uinih. and n. amall orchard with dm*, pawpaw, mango, tamarind, breadfruit, and plum liar., wirem a ah encloaad lock up .rget.ible gardart and tool ahrd. colaaaed %  irivfw.m and (*rdan palha. will be .old if ,n.idied If daaarrd. Attractive prte* I'hone owner KH8 bet ween 10 am md • i> in MS 90 an We will .el up for Sale at public ton" r Office No IT High Street, day aa Bridgetown i Friday I I 30 i i Mth day | AIL THAT two atorled Wall Building %  tending on half >',> Agfa of land at FlagalafT Road. CUpham ir Building comprlaea:On Ihe Ground Floor:— Shop and Bakery. On Ih* Aral floor—3 bedroom., Drawing A Ing Room*, and ona large unflniehcd Gallery Impact ion any day on application lo Mr. Joaeph St Hill, on the premlaea For further partlculara and Condition. of Sale, apply to the underalgnad : — COTTLE. CATFORD ft CO I'EHSO.XAI. The public ar* hereby warned aalna( giving iradll lo my wife ISA MVLIJr. nea.Spoonar). aa I da not hold myeelf laaponalbla for bar or anyone alee contracting any dabt or dabl* In my name ..ii lea* by a written order algnad by rpr Signed LI-OYD MUIJJN HoUtaraal. St John NOTICE ROLLED 1ATS "Cl!ma*~ th* baat produced in Holland Excellent nourlahmant for th* whole family Obtainable al all grocer. M4.9f>--4n. TYRES-Trurk and Car tyraa In the fallowing ataai m i a. ii %  i, n i i 7fa> a SB. 3D 9. alao arveral car tyraa Enqulr* AITO TYRE COMPANY. Trafalgar Street Phone MM YACHT. •Shamrock" Length 11ft ln*. Beam -,n In A 1 Condition. Apply Rai|*i Hunia co M a nn l a gr ft Co. Lid ElacUlcal D*pt Dial—43a* JO 9 JO T F M. YACKT-Mall.rd deatg.. fT Beam V S Recr.il I v ov t ..intad. apply Hugh W* Ba i.i.ir %  i WILLIAM ARNOLD JOHNSON deeea.ed alMi known aa WILLIAM JOHNSON NOTICE I. hereby given thai all par on. having any debt or claim again. it affecting the Estate of William Amok oh ne o n d*c** *d. al known a* Williaa oh neon, late of Baa ten Road, In Ih •Ity of Brldget..wn in thla It land, who aih day of N. %  -. i: ITRiaiY GIVEN that It i. th r intention of tha under ug n n| MAJiiK AITIint REVNOU) pYjarrET) [,, r i.AI HURT LYNCH. ILAI.IIl ARNOLD I'HARD. CLAUDS DUDIXY lrjlMrtrTY JtMIN EUSTACE TrlfSrHXaRX BHAMOtBR, PIERRE CHAR1JX SAMUS. MAFFKI. DR WILIJAM FRANCB KEKJt. Un.TB.NA.ST F1JX).S HAIJYHJR GRANT. II V. II II r II T AIJJn'NE DOWDINO. CIIAJUJte STRAGHN MCICEMZ1E. CYRIL BRUCE nitOOKS, and THEOPilILUS 1AW HAHRIR mambera of and coiuditulliu Vtm Board of Uaa Barbadoa Amateur Holing AaaocUUon, to erne lo be in t..-luaad into lha Houa* of Aoemblv if thla laland a Bill declaring thrm to l>e on* Body corporate and politic by Ih* name of THE RAIUIAIHas IUi\IN(. HOARD OP COMHOL with perpetual auceaealon and a Common Seal AHTHlm REYMOtjy Ktrf*iT.II LOUIS ALBEHT LYNCH. I Al J-ll ARNOIJy BEARO. CLAUDE DUD1J5Y KAMaEV. JOHN EUSTACE THBODOHE HHANtKrjl 1'iFJtKE CHARUEH SAMUFJL MAIIT:I. WIIJ-IAM nuncia KEHH. F.IJON BAIJFOUR ORAKT. IIKKIIEHT AUXYNE DOWTHNU. CHARLES STRAOHN M.KIN/II CYRIl. BRUCE BROOKS. llll>PIULUN IA* HAIOtUVENEZUELANS TURNED BACK • Ifaan I'AIC 5 lafrfaj U lha) holel mduslr> cftfl 0Ol> ient on MM) rooms for ntaWtataQCt, Aii.v nccaP•ary espanwon cn only con .• %  bout wllh Uic liolcb Indualiv hill %  re-lity. The benoni to ba u--uv-.| don luunam k evi.tetit to all classaal There ar* s tww LRxiplc who tiunk Baal 11 arOUMl M-IHI up the cost 0% UVnafJ of local rstdfiui aimoat imrnedlately I have never held Oast rlrw, Tinprii.' .ii f fc 'K> ha.' risen (rom one pasua* ;u ten cnU Mdl without an> iniliix oi ionn-b As Is well-known, ntllej .ill H out lotnl Ii Imporiaxi, what objection could there be lo importing; u little more to feed vuitoi > if^aaaaV ing their dollars here, and at Ibe BBBMI -inif cniploviiiK at a hlfb luel. rggtaaj pMagtil aTnO are now employed. SonielhinK Musi Be Ilone It la shortsighted for any sec* lion of the community to want lo dttrfaad on lunar for on: 1 .'\is:.'iu ,• |f these people are aatiaM\l with the present htuiidard of living their argument may be CODUdered sound. For those of u> on tin thi-r hand who want lo see btltar iiiiMlltions rome about in 1 .1 ...Imiv vi.Micthiii,: must be dune .md if a IK not to be tourism Uaffeo let there be some olhor secondary industry. I would l.ke someone to tell mo what othsr industry would be more profitable, more lucrative and more advantageous than iu Hotel Industry Wlnli' in Venezuela I had inad>* iriquiries about the possibility of emigrating workers from hen to that country, but I am afraid the prospects annot encouraging. There is the possibility, however, that should thev develop laitLf sugar industry which I ufj they ore very anximig to do, our workers mlsht be favourabW considered for a certain amount of rontrnct labour similar to that they enjoyed in the United States lietwoeii the years I94IV and IM". I can assure you that if Datl opportunity materialises no less an amount of dollars will ba e-it,.l bv Rarhndlan workers In thai country. / WVMIII HELP KNfilJSIfVAS Ateouaitaivl 10 year. • parlance Far Eoal jtaar* Trtnidad Eaarutive Puallian fee*. .... n1.1 .ri.,1,1 C 0 Advocata. aa i in JOI H.XAI.ISM IHE ADVOCATE naa two raaaaMafN in it* Editorial Department On* la far a bright young man leaving School not term and analoua to maka louanaliam a career. Tha other !• for a highly educated man ol u m.i... ling intelligence aim ability to write Kngllah. Th* ularlaa offered In both ciwea are aa at "active aa tan ba obtained In BAHil.\IM>b today So far letter, of application have been nimppoiotlng and tha Editor 1. .till looking lor Ih* light man for in* Iwo Joba Write giving full delaila to tha Editor. Tha Advocate M Broad St iM 1-11 or ST. it 11 11 WANTED 1IE TNE FOUB LAW (.1 ARUI4.NS A SUPERINTENDENT 'femolel for the Almihouar Salary STSO0 per n...nlh and tguarlar*. Application* will kg received by tha underalgnad up to 10 a an. on Jl.t May ifaw A BlrU. cartiflcale and Sfvdlcal CrrClark lo Poor Law Gual rou Ft MPLEXION an ornamem of beauty! and v. hen your face is disfigured by pustules, red spots, a rugged skin, perspiration, etc. then h is time to try ihe delightful PUROL POWDER, havmg such effective healing properties by its special compound. Ladies, appreciating a fair complexion, ought always to have a tin of Purol Powder ready on her dressingtable <.OVIK\>a>\T MMMIS APPI.li AI'liAS an IIIWI. .1 f : lha peal 1 f MKCIIANIC on lhe> rent l.tu.'ieh at lkiminu J Apjln .mts must have a tint class Ifjfj of marine dleael engines. Knowledge of high tfi wire***. Is an additional qualification which will i.>mm.uwi a higher salary. Salary according lo qualifications up to $100 monthly 2. Applications should be addrea-ed to Ihe Director of Works. Dominica, and a n oM M reaeh him not later than the Slat May. IBM. l-J'l:MIJ.a.lr GOVERNMENT MM II C Attention Is drawn lo the Control of Prices (Defence) (Amendment) Order, 1950. No. 20 which will be published In the Official Gazette of Thursday, 25th May, 1050. 2. Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling price of "Flour" are as follows:-— HETAH. PRICK (not more than) ARTICLE FLOUR: — "E" Grade Bakers Flour '"G" Grade Shop or Countci 25th May, 1950. WHOLESALE PRICE (not moie tli. HI) $7.12 per colton bag of 100 lbs. $6.64 per colton bag of 100 lbs. 8e |>er lb. 7|c. per lb. CHANCERY SALE rv*. ""£ >**n*n*i-B*d properly will It* ..1 up f, Oflka. Public Buudbiaw, Sbrldg-tv-n. between nooo — " "-dale apecifle,! baabw If not then a-accenllng Friday at Baa I pmicukera on application HUOH OWTN ST ClAIR CL'MHEJtBAU II %  1. al Ih* MegiaKatioa %  id I p m for Ih* aum -will ba> erl up n wi. place and during tli* aam* hour. unUI aold flel THE LABOUR WELPARB FUND (H0U8IN0 L0AN8) REGULATIONS. I960 The Governor-in-Executive Committee in exercise of Ihe powers "in i' Of tha ftllfl huiii-tr> I IfehablliU'"">. Wl Ra*b A. r.ii.-i Act, 1!M7. I1.-1 % %  lha aaUoti b*fj rsasVl 1. Thesa> t.-cuhnmus ma ,,. Fund lions, it)50. 2. In these regulations, unless the routes! otherwise requires — -arleui:iii. t | llboSaTsa.' means any worker employed upon any operations in CQaaaaalCrsB with ihe production preparation of thai products of agrlculural land. iiulu>liy lain it; .1 %  means a sugar factorv worker and Bjq ntner WOriblV ilireelly rmplnyed in the sugar industry. 3. Hi Th. 1. shall bd tatrtlafslad .1 fund to be called The Labour WaasaWi H in Lfan Kimtl (kafjnaaaaaaal "•'< aTsaJ to aa the Fund) into whuh ahall >•• %  Bf 1 .11 n -. ihetetn h> the tkftmtMM In Bkai utlva Caaninl 1 rr.au u„Lt^wui Weii.ue Kund tm the purpose of ilMsa Ba iatai (2) The Caovt '• % %  shall appoint a Manager of the Fund and puctt iher staff as may be required. (3) All .xpemliture HI in red in connection with the administration of the Fund shall be d-frayed out of the said Fund (41 An account Of Uafj %  nan.lal transactions of the Fund shall 1 ired in raapocl %  the 1 lod to Ual rtlsi ..I March. 1951, and thercnftei m ri VOCt ol awtn yi U to the 31st March, for transmission to the Auditor llcner.il for certification and report. 4. (1) The liovCrnni-iii-lxemhw loitumUee in.i.v. sulije.t to ihe proviaions of these regulations, advance money by way of loan out of the Fund to am ac.rvulliit.il L.Umiei or sugar industry labourer for pBVCtMsfnfl 01 00a furtn-iin. or i-itrryiiig out alterations, additions or repairs to a house. (2) Applications for 11 > -in shall lie made In wiling addresaetl to (he Manager, and shall BfJlsdn full particulars of the house to be purchased, constructed, nl 1 red. .ulded to or repaired, and of the land on whieh MI.II luiuse ii of %  hall be situate, the names and addresses of all I-TMIIIluviiij; any lien or cncuniUrance against sucn land upon yylii.li 'fie I,.. i 11.ill IHsituate, and the amount house or against any intetest i huh the applicant may have in the land upon whieh the house la nr shall be situate, and the amount of the loan required and the -naiiner in which such loan is lo be applied and such other partieu ars as may be required by the Manager. The applications shall 1 e in such form as the Manager shall from time tu fin* pffaa e riba. (3) The Cl"i -II: F.\c, niive Committee shall consider I.KII .iiphcalion and if he Is of the opinion that a loan may be made. he shall, subject lo regulation I lieieof, lix the amount of such loan jnd the terma and conditions upon which it -hall be made. 5. (1) Notwithstanding Lite provisions of regulation 4 of these regulations the QOrailafll In TlaTMtlTI Committee may authorise the Manager of the Fund lo CJWTd %  ill Of any of the powers and duties conferred upon him by that regulation, subject, however, to sucli directions as the Govcrnor-in. Kxecutive Committee may from time in lime prescribe. (2) The Manager shall conform with any directions which may be given to him by the QOTBTE* I -m Kxecutive Committee. (3) The Manager shall furnish a monthly report to the Governor-iii-F.xe.utive Ciimmitlee. showing the names and number of applicants for I and number of persons lo whom loans have been made, the amount of each loan, Ihe purpose for which the loan IB mode ond th* 'aim.' .md coiiiiilioius u|Nin whclh Ihe loan Is made. 6. Ai ;is aforesaid shall be subject to the following eoiuht in;. %  %  ) the ti>.ni ts 11*. "t interest for the Ural twelve %  Uaaatal aM iini.aiier ahall bear inWrvsl ai IK tM ..1010111. 1 in UMUl %  nail ue rajpNTAhta >XJ equal iiioiilluy, quarieriy, • nai; >i-.ulj in l.oiiienis ol capital and 111..uiing .1 petted not exceeding Is years or such slum 1 ptrJOd as ine l.ovei 1101 -ni-Execuil.e UOCBlnl OaW 1 mint Ii 11.,. UOti Bg* IUV< < iiinmitiev s.i iiquire, tne %  1.1 srltn U inu-i.'i tiiercon shall ba NOITfafl bj a BUaTaaM* Ol the Intfafl Ua 'lortgngnr in Uie land, %  rat] M mane b) uutaJrjaWb irutn lanai t" Unu the liuililini;'. ..Itii.iiioii in repairs ol lh< house pingress, so, howt ver, that the total of the loan Oaa any time DarfON the .oiupletion ot IM UUM exile pi. 1 tut ..: Ual value 01 tin WOfat '.one to thai time on-Ihe construction, or wiuK.s ininuiiial the construction ot ihe house, includunt UM I Inltml. 11 anf, of tiie rnotifpsgor Ih UM land on which it is situate, (d) .1 loan Bball not M m-tle ektepl taUf ;i vahi-'M. • by a pafaOB duly authorised by tlie Goveinoi -in-Ext li\t Commitbw; lei the loan atMll not, 111 Hicase of a loan for the purchase, niii'trucUon. alteration 04 ..'Miti".. exceed a 1.440, 111 the case t,l a aDi.li for Hie lepali thereof. !• levs 11.111 $48 or more than WHO; I'lovlde,, IhCl I loan hlll.li nut ex. ted siMniy-live per cent, of the value of the Intt lest of the mortgagor in Uie propei ly. loan is made under these regulations to an agrlculKtur or a sugar Industry workei, he uliall execute a chattel DuUding moilgace of the property In res|>ect of Ia4l*0fa llM itaUl made or obtained, if the Manager so rei|iiin I The MinifraT. hi agents or servants or any person authorise! by him in writing may at all leusonable times enter and inspect tl.cproperty in re-.|iect of winch . loan has bean made under these regulations. Any D> ill. m any application for a loan undo lihese rcgulati'in*, make a false %  tateuient OB make UJ "which he does not baarCTt to < In-t, shall be guilty nf IB ofa-Mf rrialnst these regulations. 10. Any person who shall sell or otherwite dis|. % %  of. .m property or any intin-l I i. | .1 %  %  : S BONAIRE Jane IM r MI aaoN SON a co. im aaraa* CIABsrSE EULNUTtlN HINDS and HUB DOTTIN i-horom' land aatuale at lha Uaadei. ahd of Barbadoa 'made Mi iwalva perohea and thirtar I"! "* adnaaaaaaraaaawii „, %  ALT. THAT certain parse m In the parl*h of St Jamaa Of Iwo portion* caailainli^ d bound Tt dwoUing houaa iharaon and all otraer b-uidina> "*H fra**old or (hulaali an She parcel ! land araartad an bulll atandlna and belli*; with all and ever} th* appurfenn.e, inaasBj rHxx ciasoeo DATE OF SALE Mth Maj ill o r.m'tw I Of Ih* > (b) (0) tural Lgtl Made l.y Ihe GdrtntfAOl u-KxecuUvc Coi leventh day of April. 1850. nlttee this twentySHIPPING NOTICES ad to lha underaignrd Daliy | Here Boad. Bridgel an AND all paraoi arson of whoaa debt I lien have had notice I aaBHBSB] M %  %  fl I lo aalUa their a d. '.w without delay. Date* thla Sth day ol May. lM> DAISY SEA TON. Quallfted EaecMtrl. of th* will of Will !AM ARNOLD JiHINSON decpaea B.MI known aa WIUAM JOHNSON Important Notice TO OUR OAS CONSUMERS IKE '. MI if M OAH BI-prtY HAS BEEN PROMISED FOR ANOTHER \w Ih UNTIL THE Till MAI pending necotiatloiu which It i. hoped will have a aurceaaful laaur. Paradisr Brarh t lub Ltd. $ NOTICF. TO MEMBKKS ^ in accordance will, n M v n, end will -. e t CargB and Faawervgeci Ma M St. Vlnrrnl, Oronad*. Artdaa. arnv.ng a.l..rda*r Balling T.i^day B W I SCSeOOMER OWN'F.BSABBKICIAT10N r*laphone No aSffl Canadian \alional Steamsliips inlTSBOLND flalra Salla Haaireal MaUfaa AHY M>DrlXY . llth May IStn M*r CAN niliSJJi lath Mar S>na| Mar UADY NIXaXIN 11 M*ff i"f Jun* CAN CClNHrKVCTOn I '.,.. I.' June UADY RODNEY Sath Jin. ard July I^DY NTJSOS ttnd July th Jiitr t-ADV H.M1NEY Urd Aug *tth Aug ITU. afar NOBTRBOIND IADY BODNEY IADV NtUON 1-ADY BODNEY I.A1IV NV.I-MIS 1-ADY BODNEY Arrtaea s.ili B'daa II.. %  h Jun* if th June FTIh June MRh Jung nth July Mth July llth Ai.g SBth. Aug istb a*p. Hat Baa. BlM ah Mar and June lth Juaaa 14th June %  SUi Juljr lath July FTth JU> SUi Aug. % %  a Aea.. "a Aug. irrlaaa Arfl.ea leeaae. Mallfaa IMh June Hit June Sth J ..ly IDth Jul* 7th Aug. ath Aug BHh Aug. Slat Aug. sUi Sap let Oct. stth Mar lad June IMh Jun* W Jung IMh July %  th Aua, Tth Sep. Mth Jun* 13th July Uth Aug. M aaa, aui oct By Command. E. L. WALCOTT. Clerk, Executive Committee 26 5.90In €AKt SALS TO-DAY 41 0 W, llulchinaan A Co. IN AID OK A VEHY OBSERVING CAUSE sed v 5 on Saturday 3rd June. 1950. from 9.00 p.m. Ry order of the Committee. 5 A. G PILE. ;• %  try X V I* //.'AV,V/,'/,VyV.VV-VA. MMI vRETBEAT" iuB SIX MKN'S HAY GEORGIAN TYPE HOME WITH OVEII II ACHES — r:i..-.oo JOHN M. BLADON A 1 S F.V A HEAI. ESTATE AGENT — AUCTIONEER — SURVEYOR rtwM 10.0 Planldllons' HuiklinE GARDINER AUSTIN & CO.. LTD. Agent.. a-IE. aaUL, I Kt >S til AMIOl IE FRENCH UHi S ; "SHHK S*^!"* >o Trinidad on Ih,. Mlh Mav. 1850 FlasT € I.ASS rASSAGIS ONLY >I9M aa -aAaoooNv sauim to iin .1... tirit.|U* |Bd Guadalouuc ..I loulh und 1^. Havre vl. the Nl June. 1950. r further particular!, apply lo :— ft M JONES & CO.. LTD.-Agents. Our Von |Miap Service it al your Di.poul tl.IKi: I SI OF IT I III I E.NTRAI. FMPIIRII M ll Knuiutry Ltd — rVOwMon) t'.r.iei of llruud Si Tudor Stn.' J' •" i ia*.^o l ^Jiir.in r^ u ^^gg-.o-. WmSAMCB mil n ns 1 and '.' GALLON -l/l ALSO — MAIZE AMI CORN MILLS — AND ICE HIIAVEM CALL ANII SELECT YOURS AT ONCE &, Cr T. UEKBEKT Ltd. 10 it 11 Roeburk Street. It m n-p. .rated 1926 OA *-*-*-rtf'-*-'-'-'-'-'-'>'-'-'• :*.'.: '.' -. STYLISH LADIES' and CHILDRENS' SHOES IVilh Low IVrdlr. In While Nuburk and 111 .. 1. Suede ALL NI7.EH IN STOC^K. I ISIIION CREATIONS IN REAIIYMAIIE PRESSES ni.OISES SKIRTS. SLACKS. Hill HE I11ATH. TENNIS SHORTS. BEACH WEAR. ETC imiiiiiii v imrss SII or. Mr. CONTRACTOR or III 11.1 UK LETT UB St I I'l.Y Yoim lt(W>FING. KVF.RITK SIIKKTS — All Sim frnrn I II. to II II \\V. OKFKK Mill YOliK BtDINQ COMTOBT TIIE ALL STKKI. IIKITISII RIIII.T "IHU'PKH" I'YCI.K a varlelt nl ,, K | n Block In. ludlnf : %  .idle.'. Genu. Sport*, wllh or wllhoul 3 Speed Gent." Road.len, Tricycle., ate. KUI.I. BANOB OF SPARKS AND CYCI.K ACCKSSORIES liicludliiir Sparc, .md HUh Preuure TYRES and It lll.s lur Ii %  • in.: t yclea. law II Mm \itos i oi \inn l.ul. While I'ark Road. SI. Michael. : I53H .. llial : 4121 BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY CORPORATION LTD. CROWN A CROWNING ACHIEVEMENT RV HKISKISf. THE NEW CROWN GINGER AEE



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'FRIDAY. MAY 26. 1M BARBADOS \I>V(K \TI PACE FIVE The Governor Gives A Prize For Crane Beach His Excellency the Governor, Mr A. W. L. Savage on Wednesday awarded a prize to the Senior Class of the St Philip Boys' School for an exhibition of a pictorial poster depicting the Crane Beach. A packed hall listened to the Governor, congratulating the Barbados Branch of the League oi Empire on their Initiative In staging the Empire Week Arts Exnibition at Combormerc School. Mr. Savage said that the exhibition provided an opportunity tor the development of latent creative talent. Hundred* of school children from many part* of the island were at Combcrmere to see the variety of exhibits from their rival schools. Most of the drawings were landscape sketches of Barbados' beaches and illustutlons of the different attraction* of Barbados. Comberm% %  won both the Senior and Jur prizes. Police Band At Empire Week Exhibition A LARGE Nl'MBEK of spectators attended the Empire Week Exhibition at Combennere School Hall yesterday. School children attending could be heard making interesting comments the Exhibits. The Police Band will be giving a Concert at the School grounds from 33U to 4.45 o'clock this evening, and it Is anticipated that another large number of spectator* will be attending both the Concert and the Exhibition Although this Is only the second Empire Week Exhibition to be held in Barbados, the attendance this year has been good so far. and the interest was greater than last year. In recognition of the good work submitted by the Schools, the Committee of the League of Empire has awarded two additional Prizes In the Junior Division. One goes to St. Barnabas Boys' School for a proje-t scheme on the subject of "Wolfe Goes To Quebec" while the Sharon Mixed School received the other prire for a scheme under the head "The Settlement Of Barbados". A Fourth Prize in the Junior Division was awarded to the Alexandra School for the project "Barbados Reromes A British Possession" In an interview with the Advocate yesterday. Mr. V B Williams, Honorary Secretary of the Committee of the League of Empire, said that it was desirable that Advertising Managers of the various local firms should visit the Exhibition in order to look at the posters and to see ideas of the children. He also pointed out that the members of the Publicity Committee should also take the opportunity to see them as he thought they could go a long way In advertising the island. Mr. Williams then spoke of one poster sent in by the Girls' Foundation School, advertising th< The Guard-of-Honour. comprising of Cadets. Scouts, Girl Guides .and members of the Church Lads' Brigade, was Inspected by His Excellency accompanied by Sir Allan Collymore. President of the Barbados Branch and Capt Perkins The Guard gave A Royal Salute. Those who sat on the platform before the exhibition was declared open by His Excellency were: Sir Allan Collymore, Major Noot, Mr Terrence Clarke. Rev. and Mrs Armstrong. Hon. J. D Chandler. Major Glindon Reed. Mrs. E. BWilliams. Island Commissioner of Girl Guides and Mis* Nora Burton. Assistant Commissioner of Girl Guides. Inspiring Excellency who spoke after Sir Allan Collymore said: Many of us were privileged to be present at the observance of Empire Youth Sunday in the James St|eet Methodist Church when approximately 2,000 of the youth of this island were gatherea together as part of the Immense congregation which reached round the world to thank God for H, many blessings and to dedicate themselves anew to His service .through their citizenship in the common wealth. it was most inspiring. If only the peace and intentions of that service were rehearsed into practical everyday life, not only in this island but In the Commonwealth generally, how truly we would be an example and an initlon to the rest of the world. HIS EXCK1.LEWY THE GOVERNOR, Mr. AW: i,,u. the Empire h., Message on Wednesday at Combermere Bcbool .seated right of Ulan CottyRwre, Chu-f Justice and lefl of UM Oovwnor, Major Koott, Headtnafter of the School, and Rev. A. E Armstrong. Air Service of the island by means of a Flying Fish pictured between The unity of the British C< a local fleet of fishing boats. He. wealth is ever a problem to %  aid that he was of the opinion foreigners. I remember during the that B.W.I.A. or Trans-Canada war years when I served in Palescould make good use of this tine among people to whom poster. He also referred to other nostcrs advertising horse racing, golf, seabathing, yachting etc.. and said that the Publicity Committee should be interested in some of Ihem. A NEW Gasoline Service Station wns opened In St. John yesterday pvemmr. This Sta'ion. situated nt Four Roads, is owned by Mr. P. A. Clarke and is the onlv modern station in lhat parlsii. The opening ceremony was performed by Canon Moore. Hector of that Parish, after which Hon. J D. Chandler spoke on behalf of parishioners. Among those present were : Hon. and Mrs. J. D. Chandler. Hon. V. C. Gale. Dr. E. L. Ward. Empire Day was foreign, their difficulty in understanding how people of different races and religion who had little personal contact wilh each other, could yet be drawn together in one family with a unity of purpose standing alone, yet defiant. In the face of ruthless aggression iest freedom should perish from the earth.' Talent The celebrating of Empire Day is directed towards fostering mutual understanding in this great family of the Empire and this exhibition not only does that, but it provide* the opportunity for the development of latent creative talent. This exhibition gives some Inand Mn H A. Talma. Yvonne Tnlma, Mr. nnd Mrs. D. H. L Ward, Dr. and Mrs A. Scott, Mr. C. N. Reece. Mr and Mrs. C. N. Armstrong. Dr. A. S. Cato. Mr. L. R. Toppln, Mr. Tom Went. Mr. and Mrs. Percv Stewart, Miss V. limits. Ml. E D. lnniss nnd Mrs. A. L. Stuart. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Knight. Mr. |dicatlon of the possibilities and I congratulate the Barbados Branch of the League of Empire on their initiative and the various school* which hove taken part on their enterprise. I hope I shall not offend anyone if 1 give a supplementary prlre In the Senior section of this exhibition and award It to St Philip's Boys' School for the very promising pictorial posters depleting Barbados beaches — and in particular one of the Crai Beach. May I in closing quo'e from song of the English by Kipling — K—t-.• UM iw-a win ahfgjaaas Clear the land of Evil, drl' roads and bridgr tha ton Maka y aura to aach hit owi Lecture Tonight A LECTURE on "The Technique of Dry Goods Salesmanship" will be given by Mr. Stanley Edwards at the Y.M.C.A. tonight at 8 o'clock, and a good turn out of clerks is expected. Prior to ihis a Discussion Group will be held while the Table Tennis Tournament takes place from 4.30 to 6.00 p.m. Two Hundred Venezuelans Were Turned Back No Rooms In Barbados Mr. Fred Goddard. M.C.P, iuld hundreds who attended .he Electottt' Association meeting in Bridgetown on Ti night how he and Mr. Iversen. Manager <>t the Marine Hotel interviewed all the leading tourist agencies and B.W.I. Airways the only [plane terv*Ce direct from Caracas hrre. "Every assistance and hospitality were extended to us." lie said. "and on all sides there were enthusiastic expressions of hoi the accomplish*,er.i of pose — a successful tourist business. We were told lh.it ; %  11 Hit Wmzuoiens who had visited Barbados luring the East** they were n very large nun tx were extremely pleased and satisfied with the uccommodiiin.il and welcome they had received ot our hands, and that they had expressed the wish to return to the colony the future for their vacations. The agencies told us ih.it Un accommodation that the island could offer had been sold out four weeks In advance of the> Trip, and had we more rooms avuilable, they could have sold at least another two hundred seats on the plane. This Is but the beginning, for Ith these visitors returning to their homeland with such wonderful tales of this colony, you tic the numbers that will want to come over in future Price of Whisky the common belief that if Barbados advertise in any reasonable degree in the outside world, there are a %  utuci-.-ntly larg number of people in CM dotlai areas apart from Venaxualan only too enxlous and Willing! to spend their vacations in Barbados. The present hotel accommodation in the island, however, i* holly Inadequate for the purpose. Now there are man* fag why people would want to speiw 1 their vacation here. Undoubted! one of the main attractions is the good sea-bathing obtalnal v U < year round in clear blue water which splashes so delightfully on our white coral beaches A (wnira that hai l marked on by more than QM agency, was the friendly attitude of all Barbadians towards tha visitor*, indeed It was heartening to hear of the friend line's that bad Thai ha rasp whara hath sown By tha pasca tmon| lha paaol* 1*1 man Snow • aarva lha 1-ort ROBINSONS •PATENT' BARLEY malcmllk mor. dlfftftlbhi for btby •PATENT' GROATS nk muting happy tin* for " Youngsters grew QUAKER OATS What's on Today Court of Ordinary at 1100 PuUce Band at Combermer* School 3 30 p.m Merlins: of Aurlrullural Society .a 3.00 p.m Annual General Meeting Barbados Cricket Asserts iion Queen's Park at 4.30 pas Mobil r Cinema. Government Industrial School, 81 1'hillp. at 1.30 p.m RHEUMATIC PAINS Here b REAL relief . For real relief from rheumatic pains it ia essential to correct thai saate. When they are due to AM accumulation of bodily impurities It means that TOUT hidnr T which should filler away these harmful impurities are sluggish and need a medicine to tone them up. De Witts Kidney and Bladder Pills axe •penally prepared for this purpose. The* soothe and tone up disordered kidneys so effectively that these vital organs speedily return to then normal I unction of clearing use sMISl of impurities V De Witt Pills have been relieving rheumatic sufferers in many parts of the world •nth great success. This fine medicine may be |ust what you need. Go to your chemist and obtain a uppiyol l> Witt's Pills right been displayed by all classes of Ujrbadi.ins towards theee people Another sinking feature eoinanaaa on was the low cost of tra a* compared with the I ; %  I Dig. %  %  \F .1 it i roan (u you can gathev pensive It ts b To y.i\< in late • prces. a whisky and soda acas cost $1.75, Barbed" and shoe shine 90 cents. A'hen WO lefl bare • km x thai are wara not going on a pleasure cimse. Wi W I n.id lAon to make U which will be dec la re< the plans made sre Hi Trinidad. As a matter oi ( an the reloped nicai and niaaj glow almost to ihe full Wit;i the mai b lhat Indiwtrj wa have to and work ior those who haw baofl Hot gyi The tourltt IndUStT] i -i %  rnptoya an gvai %  | H pea try visitor. This has nothing to do • their puKhaM M I Ucraftl and general shopping In the attain hopping centres which can be ver> considerable. I was told while in Caracas that the Cubans who visited Miami i I v. %  ipant ui stai thagt .10.n0O.IKt0 American dOUl %  > live in the most wealthy place of all the South Amer countries, spend far more lhat. Wilh the present state of t tlon. I regret to say that 1 .. see any new capita] attracted Into the hotel Indus! UnlOsg in inducement CSnitValO to lhat offered by the governments nf Trinidad and Jamaica be gl by the local government WO talk of advertising in large way for tourist* to come tin Pan 7 RICE COMES FROM R.G. Arriving f,.i Harlados among on Wettne rM bags of rice from British Qulai charroal, 8-ft. and 12-ft poata, wallnba poles, paling of sawn greeni also Inducted in this vessel's cargo. rnan si Lucia, aha schooner t'niied Pilgrim S." brought supptles of treih fruit including %  i'i, i and charcoal while the • hiMiner 'Morie Stc'la" brought pieces of 'fur use ut Seawell along with 100 tons of coal In bulk These a hoota wt re malm ieiil. in The L'an.i-iiaM' vestei lav to dlacharaa then eargoes. QUICK HKALTH BHAKPASTf '* Doil2cupsof waier Add ss!r. When (L boiling, sdd 1 cup >f Quaker OBIS If Cook it, stirring, fjr 2Vi r.inu:es. "tw Thai's .11OUR GUAft ANTIC De Witt's Pd)s are manufactured under strictly hygienic .onditions and the ingredi'nU conform to ngjid standards of pun;y. DE WITT'S PILLS fo> Slor, O. I'rescott. J. Eoide, N Brathwalta, R. Grimth. C. Johnson, E. Clark, s Lord, C w rell, G. Retd. R. Yearwood. W W.inell. t; Wi-h h. C. Crawf-ml, F Maiding. J. St. Clali Kvehn. G Foide. C. Best. C. Wilson, C Si Clair Als. V. Ward. 11 Small. Tliis butch consisted nf skilled and unskilled labourers, carpenters, masons and mechanics The Odd Rasuser left port the for Trinidad £2 For Neghgeoce 11 m .-. iruj |ha motor lorn M.1605 wlthoul duo oara and attention on Watarford Road on Apni ; tivme Uoyd ol Coslymon costs to be paid in 14 days or In .tef.iull one month IroprisoanMnl by HH Worship Mi B. Griffllh. yesterday. Hospital Staff P; lha oataala On Uir liiaraaap nl IIH stag of Irir Ori>ei'l HsS| < bk place In Ina I Tuad>T Hun V C 'Jala was rational. *• ki>i>i, lhat lha nunilirv of pallanl' v/ap Inrraaalna >aarit and thai iht Moliritl Mart was KatfplnS saca *hJ Mr Mala aald was that 1h ..iv.U.I .!„ %  > -at haaping para -Hh Dutch Ship Brought 4 Passengers lot It passsmgers got off here the ituuh passen*tr Inu-i Will.ni.'.a.! while OS) n* maiden trip lo Plymouth. Kngland. Il..v wata II A. V Furde from C V Richard and V. Winnefre.! ffOOg La Guaira ano R E Stoute from Port-of-Spam The WlHematad"' spent a fe 1 N and sailed on foi I'l.Mn.'iHh and Amsterdam. Thre.sscnger. booked here, took this %  rixruinilv. while on lioard the /esael were 104 intransits The "Wlllernstad" Is under %  miTi'iid of Captain 2okman and rarriei. a crew of 83 men NOW FRESH I'I ItlW l'l(.IO\ (HOW gel your supply froaa H. JASON JONES & CO.. LTD.—Agents. V.V.V.\W.V.V.VaV Sugar Going To Canada THE 4.483-ton .Sheaf Meed eallhara laalai tlaj to load 2.600 M"iireal and -J" putiehioiu 2 barrels and 30 .artons of molasses for Port I i %  This ship will be louding for four days it Is scheduled lo sail foi Canada on Bunday mghi Hi.Sheul Mead Ianother ot %  % '-i UT...Tetiinnal* 1 ii.iwhich HadeIn-lueen the West Indies and Canada, 49-YVar-Old Drowned LYLE GALL a 48-yeu Miirtmdales Road %  bathing at Browne's Beach. Bie Slreet. on Wedies.i..Maj 11 was drowned about II' (Ki pJO A post mortem cxaminatloi %  .iv 11-id.ime.i hi i'i A s cat me day and on inquev kg i ivhtU tlxed foi lOfhl Speeding Costs AS MARTIN RICHARDS of liulu try Road, Bush Hull was lined l .1 oata to be paid In H days n. in default undergo one month imprisonment b> Hh worship Mi il ( % %  ilTith yesterday tor spevdin. Sfhllo drivini the motor <,n M-ttitu on CooatRuUon Road on April 27 Ttw* police said the car w ., travelling %  %  %  Fell From 11 (.•-<•: Injured Shoulder VINCENT HAHEWOOU. a 22year-old plumber of I'admorc V'lUaao, st Philip, was Injured on tu?. shoulder yesterday morning atiei Liiiimt fron a hotce ftsOng Easy Hall Hoad. St. Joseph. The htuMis tinproperty of Ezra llarcwood of Philips Village. St Juvi ph It is understood that the full -..-. i .UM il iit'..i the h..i.e w:is •. by a noise in a held t > Q ufffy FOODS Widen Road The Highways and i an iriossrdni the Ivj itoad. Thi is par! of lha rausa ol the b uaai of the M> LottTl Hill "Bus Company unit previously when trsflic mel along this road, one of the [ vehicles would usually have l pass. lb MACKKKBL ! Huts, tittle Chip Marmalade Tins l.-isMe Koll.,1 Oftf. .. Swiftrorkham %  ., Mam I... i Vral Devilled Hams But*. Macciinuchie'-. Tomufo Ketchup HARRISON'S BROAD ST. 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PAC.F nr.iiT BAKRADOS ADVOCATE W.I. 61-2 In Reply To Oxford's 194 4 Hours Rain Washed Out Play Yesterday OXTOBD v possible on UM tec aid da) ol the Ww [i mulch against Oxford University here loos) Faui I rain during the morning s.uk*"d the pilch, but sV at*. % %  Annual wind the lurf dried slowlv. Tea was laken early jr, r. ''" fP""; M *""* Th r """" hope ol play later but the wicket was still w,ami tha '.",Z*~c !" „" 1~< Mr. s'.v'X captains decided play today would be Impost! dlefrlbuted ihe prise*. If conditions permit tomorrow the W si Lndk .fill resum rent earrjad their first Innings which stand at 81 lor ti lua., ui tv. :, Visitors Carry Off Four Firsts At Police Sports tyiekrl. made in reply lo Osttn I I 194. The Slart ... Rriewamaa Rascal Wins Second Time -RASCAL*, owned ana ski;. pared by Geoff honours in the B' l'ljM il' Tenth Rckt-u.^ of IIBV C%rlt*p. Uav on We.li.. q i.i*. ". lug. %  %  ' %  viil r fo* liw Moo This va*.r.t htm already rcvorde two seconds and i l percentage %  Ninth Began.paled in t i il.• %  I %  Bi nd> i I ipl the lour, iw West Indie* team was %  '; %  -: %  "": ''i hn not ii .HI. happier by th lit mimon we Im %  -..., Ow ihrssdenln %  •'"' P '' %  %  '' %  %  I .i utter wind pnvh i %  (unreal at u„ %  rvmitJUoAa i" BikM ,,: %  ' d ,*0 %  Sf* r1 ' i (or the touring ,lo,ul P' 0 *** 1 ft %  iMm, the I'nivcrsily won |IRto ''' "..n.l.l^ %  ad da ided as bat and put thi '*"' ewd loaa, B. b.bb>cr. D It CHIT C. Pt Wlnn, C u ft. HH.IU. D. Lawta, i P s C-fiiipbcli. I. N liartlelt. 1). HenMnaa vi..: ;.,ti... j QeaJdard icupt i, wind. Nine l.at Viator InaViiiiw ra r<41. llMt Til* llilt'i won by Araa N 1 tM I apt l*raM racaivvd ihr cup (oi llnarva. At thitiii ui tha lu^t evant, Tnn .1 war, won samely b> 1ii U.rjour Polirr, compaliiiK nlhlrlc* matched pact 1" tha music of the Polica l %  Colonel R. T. Micholiti. Ci HnlJr^L.nJ ..1m -.. i *"*' >,jl *" h< "" '""> ^"*ugM m.vi.oiu.. of MIM, at thr and of hiJf K : ^ih,\, ? .1.? ??! "'> %  ,>J r ""' n "" ,N ^ """" ^ l Mr*. 8.vaia lor attandZll r ^. L ^, ":.'"""' n l •"' ''" """"P •"i.K.k.-d back, tag, am l thanked MM Savage for £? i^ 0 """, ', hrw b '" hu ; n !" ,;,,cr Caw miocd u ban pawanttai ihe p. taM Tl g?', ua *y .: %  %  Fla m a nHtn wban playlnu Ha paid tribute to Arta No. 4 Dackward dafanatve itrofta; 2 >f IhaTand Pniicr who had pui wa* out leg before up a gallant struggle in an attempt The We^l Indlf-i must have felt ' wr*0t from the Harbour Police -J? C *Z2 *'£ h S?U .".!f r, d Ihc coW %  I 00 deal •"• their -tround where the match Is betng H>Meeting a iuceeaa l.'aved never •rtagei mora than """ follow:— ona i Cork,,. !" P f ,'' PT"' ,nd B"* 1 "' Hotmts .nd llurd wa, R. I) !!,'"'""" Cn '" 0 1 '' """ Athletic Heats Today THE followiim heals for md ball howled U-wis who hit two-day Intercolonial Cycle nnd Lvar a yorker. Williams folIawiM Athletic Meethm which taktH llnf a splendid rotuni catch nlace al Kensington on Mondav. iron Itoolibyei who baited JUKJ May 2t and Thursday June 1 will i rtr 2 and I half hours for his run to-day commencing at 3 42. Wlnn. a left hander. loon P m Ntoared his intention of enlivening i |i ** p^, 'iJ^T'n. -'.. V (HI.. lt ,M %  rt\M> i vi.. Ti i I MILS > \1 A. Is-. * %  ' I ...,'... T, ..„ %  | n-...-a iI I awn i >. ( %  H-r-la %  HtI '(IS •-\n d a.i \r m M T.UI: *h.l \y aa • 1 M Pnrw. a* r '.., t -, • MIII"MM rniiaeiv s *\,, %  w Wnii.ii aad u vi .i i *, .,,.„ iv M %  i %  :..i it lr ... \HM \X *V. -. %  < Tiirw 0 "I W*B W B.B.f. Programmes raiDAV MAY M. UN* Iltam Tkt Nw. 1 M %  m N*>w* A %  > %  !> 1 II a m Think an Ihn* iiunai. ; a> > m rrr., , i rMiim* FirMr I II a fta. Lihidon Uakal O— f t Otr-iii i-a. • SO .in Car Dam. II itaaw. TH* NVa-v i~ i.. %  >rNrw* Atuir*** i> <* a n> ;'•-*. 1 H-ror*. I a> p m Th0*h.w C.n i.nwaa*. 1 II 9—i Radaa Nawararl I I | %  HynWlaaHaV ll 4lr ••>• %  IHpD / M f > ••• I' 'i. Ill pn Baw" % % %  I. ti Take M rtm tbrr*. 3 W n m Th• II p.tm. Th* Naw. in nm Thar Dallr Hervirr .).. it.m -.udUa al thai O v al... I • p m l.ln >n Choar* I II p m P i U [I — ax Par %  1. % pm rram lhaihlrd PM>uramnt. > H p an iMatlud*. %  W P m >•> Max-rda. • 4* p an iXtpr* Unu. | m im Thr N*wi. 1 W p m Nrva .,-l.au. T II P m 1 31 p i. fcv, Wl> ladnauM of W I vm 0 .i. r.a> p -Til Ppa.i-v %  > ii %  fad i>liiioaa. I JO p.at Thr Counti; THE AiMATEtR ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION OF BARBADOS Presents the Wait Indies Cycle & %  Athletic Slj AT KEal-SIN(;TON OVAL ON WIIIT-MONIIAV. MAY 2STII and THURSDAY. JUNK 1ST, lSa • the Dtrtlngutthad Htranan ..i lbs Baa Omm) the Clovernor Arravcd for the invaalnn are" COMPTON CIONSALVES (Trinidad I: LINDSAY GORDON (BO); LAIIUIK LKVV1S (BO); PEARL OOODING (Trinidad) and Others For the defence: KEN FAHNUM, L. CARM1CHAEI, II STUART I) KEIZAR. A. HUNTE. A A CLARKE nnd Ottntl Police Band In Attendance HTIOIITI.IFTINT. I1ISPI.AY AT INTERVALS Tickets nn Sale nt The Civic Society—Daily. PRICES: Kensington Stand :l -; Georee Cllallenor 2/; I'nroseretl Stand J/: OrmmcU I/per day FRIDAY. MAY M. 15II a-. Refreshing as a lovely summer's day Sl'MMF.R IIREEZE HA1II TORDF. in beautiful designs 36" wida •• l-HFXK ORCANIIIIS peuih. mil, pin. Man | 36" wide *-. rVhkl, 2nd |n : Murphy's "Van Thorndyke" he himself skippered. Results were 1 'B' C'laaa1st Rascal Okapi. 3rd. War Cloud 'C Class: 1st Mi. win; Rogue; 3rd. Cannci. Intermediaie (lass isi Coronetia; 2nd. Clytle; 3id invader •D' Class Isi IVic, I';,,.. 2n I Ramblrd; 3rd Van Tli.irndvke Asmena Wins The Oaks From VKRNON MOIU.W EPSOM DOWNS, May 25 Big French cotton magnate Marcel Houssac today won the Oaks, the miles" classic with Asmena starling second favourite at live to one. This nlly by QoTI out of Astronomic ridden by Kae JohnW inn's exhibitioi tin .. flat lupait IM .'.' OltU over m the rather colbright spot in Oxford "urless diaplay. Wlnn .111 and Jose p Bran UM nol nut batarnen at ten with ihe lolal at 175 fnr fl wickets. "Kid German" Defeats Ginger Roberta On Points OW.-.I AhW fm IW Gcmame. the ll|btwl|h< i ,< ttj; "" oul s """ 1 tor ^""'npion ot Barbados and OtTlcial irii atter wlnn and Jose had odded contender for the Empire title, delt* runs ti Ihe tea wore. feated Ginger Roberts. Nortluri. Then the West Indies made a welterweight crUUnptOti, on polnl Imd start losing the wicket of Rae. in ten rwndfl nt the Uvaepool who was bowled by Joae. In Ihe Stadium tonight m I e ve r at the Innings and. at Oermaine. who was a won en wa* run out. So stone lighter, gave a brilliant di accurate was the fast l>owling play of fast counter punching an.' "i •'"' %  ..nd Uivesha thai Stollalmost won as he pleased. Hi iiieyei and Weekes. were kept on had Robert* down for four in tithe defensive, though. In the la.l fifth mind and (Of on > Oil half hour. Weekes became much sixth -Heater mere active, making several line drives on laoth sides of the wicket The day's play, ended with the r...., score at Hi for the loss of 2 wkt* To"" ' % %  *• Rain washed out the second "" "' ^u KO day s piny and the game resume, wu n r "lead haliwa"y"up toJny ;... tn1 n a ,ln >'weather the straight to Win by a length l*">itting from another French fllfy Madame *** %  — lafarges Plume a 10 1 chance. Third, one and a half lengths [' "" %  nway was Ihe Biitish Ullv Stella t,' SJ Polarii starting at 100 to seven. %  > ii-i It wa* Boussac's finit win In c '.'. %  ." this event. Among the crowd f who saw his initial victory', which R gained him a first prize of more than £13.000. were the King and f! Queen and the two Princesses who had come to watch the Royal f !ly. Above Board, run. —Renter rJI FRIENDLY FOOTB/VLL "•T|ic (icn--f.il ['.^l OllUe "ill oppose an Empire team at Football J ,J 1 today at 5 p m. at Bank Hall. J !" Representing tha General Post H^ nOffice are; 4-L. G. Campbell. O. L. w,llu Matthews. K E.'Sealey. H. W. ?'"£ Barker. II. W. Cadoaan, S. W. rampbrii r Worrell h William. nivr.li.. h Johnton Banlrtl b Oomer Jnr b Ramadhlit It 0 The>11 Do It Every Time IN ARITHMETIC a ASS, SYCAMORE IS STI?ICTL V MINUS •••ESPECiAU.y IN SHORT DIVISION--THEN MES SUB-MINUS — By Jimm y Hado BUT Q9MES rr TIME TO Pivvy UP THE SWEET-TOOTH DEP'T, EINSTEIN H;^SEL C COULR.T RSURE IT QuiOc'fiRWOWI CANDY! FIVE-TENU NINtTSEH PIBCBS! THREE %  <{ EACH ANP FOUR uEFT OVZZj 6V 3P NEveR EATS MORE't ONE-TMAT'S EiS"TEENFBoR .' ^j INTO EiSHTEEN-THAT'S *->• %  J3 BOUR AND A HALP MUNKS A JTV FORME,A-OM--T .-<* %  >



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PACE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY. MAY 26. 1950 HENRY i^JKfWl %  > 6 BY CARL ANDERSON I M-'VHJ %  >~-s : J^ CZILZJ h Q.MICKEY MOUSE a T*. >.*. WS VVS9E i^vftOa-CAIST N WATCHBDI rr"" • BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG THE LONE RANGER l&LRUE? .' ? i i V'lO i BY FRANK STRIKER (OEiP. 1 ) I HJBl Of LUMEN WiPEtF [^ r -^' THAI 0OC STUB'S i-. ." • NO .Z.StW'S. B. i K. O. CANNON A W fcB'JE'!TURE-Vm<1 WHISK;) DM *W£:%;• ^J ViC *" !" y iAy sr** T' _v N -*\ V CU -UP GMlS "I -• a BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MGMANU' iv OCAO TO tea MX PH N9 *--' MAPPY TOO*VDPOv WV •MCXA.OM'T I rr-s KSABLV roic i TME ACTE.7VJOONANO ITS BEEN A VERV PLEA&AMT cwv-*jcy A FIGHT G fiV-iN A iT-fi HASP TO BELIV—CO BCTTBR PistM I MMSLP-MAvBE M NOT KVE' VES-THr& -, MP6 JQ66I *C t-D L*ti *OU TO COME CO-)* OvEB -1 jjffT •.'ALTS UP MV MJ*JO' *6L.L-i'M GOING TO STA*T ] T*KIH0 MV 6*JCJWG USViQML. AGAfrJ -I -AJ6T DMOMTD TO*" *? (.ADGNZA TO J CCMSOVSH" I I NtfW iT I | ... WHETHER YOU ARE A SMALL USER YOU DESIRE THE BEST TEA SO USE RED ROSE TEA! IT IS GOOD TEA. Proud of all -hate BO B-mr. .aa> mk HARPIC WILL | "COUNTING SHOT HELP YOU TO SLEEP? If •Ircpl'MitMB it canard by bwif ovcRirrd, iwrvoua. run-down m winirl — it takca more than ••counting ihwp" M hrlp you alrrp. Though you loss and turn, hour aft.r h..ur, you can't "wWV' yourwlf to at W Many rtn1 lhat taking a tonic rfuWy It bvnrncinl anil hrtpa ifccm ft mot* nily nt niht. And Dr. Char'. Nrv Food is hen iih ilniuwrni*' Fur thr Vitamin Hi, iron aiiO other nawdt'd mineral! it contain* arc •otniair ju.t what your -\-tvio utcka And Dr. Chaar'a Nrtve Food don ao much to build ju up —by inarnaina. apprtitr and improving dif< ation. So il worry. any, • mn-down condition or thr atrrauoua pacr of modrrn living ii upariting your ncrvca *o y-ou can't rrlax andraat —tr\taking Dr. Chaar'a Nervat r -.1 w %  -Ink. Tbrnamr"Or.tf Chaac" ia your aaaiuance. 11 t-*-'-a9"t4aVX — RIP KIRBY f"X'M fllV.M' BREAKS TO NOaKCII TOu'BB SO N' TO JAI_ .'. TH | AAORAY It" -rOU OON'T TALK. NOW| BY ALEX RAYMGiY. [I'LL "IX VOUR MlNVOH VVUSI '*>OJ | COPS WANNA CiNO TVa| Mia T>j'aa LOOXIN' t0 MOTCOOT iT TO THI A 'gC*T.iriSLqj( THE PHANTOM LEE FALK RAY MOORES THCPIWltolS FUUOUSA TTHE\ pt&micncN OEAL T rows IFICOUit'ONiy FflCNPS. [ %  0-S0MEIUIN6* IM HELPLESS NOW ALL THE JUNGLE WIlLKAl ?E NOME CANaAHDAOMNC: Will COME TO SEE TMEAPEIPCl UNISH 5UTHEY HAVE THE PHANTOM -ME .5 : ;S-ALI irufo*us.. SOME • THF APE IDOL WILL BULE j-. 5iv Housrhuhl %  lrqnii


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PACK TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY. MAY 2e, USA Cahib gaUuig Six Months in Trinidad V-|1SS FET CAMPBELL who I* 1*1 from Devonshire wu an inIrsnsU pducnier on the 'Willem-lad yesterday eriroule lo England She has been In Trtnida-l lot about ui month* (laying wit.i lit-tt. Rdpseys faimily; Betty la I Irrquent visitor to Barbados. Th* only person he knew herate told Cjnb. w Miss Pat E*an. M m.l in Trinidad during 'nival Return VUit M R. AND MRS. HARRY COCKRtLL, and thr.r duignta* Brenda returned to Antigua yesterday by BW.I.A-, after (pending five weeks' holiday with their frlenda the Peterklns und the Edwards. They were In Barbados in IMS when they (pent six months and this is a return visit. Their friends Mr. and Mr. Templelon were at Seawell to see hem off. PICTURED HERE arc a croup of the guests who attended the parly taH 1 MJJ qP c'OTEAU ol on board the Royal Netherlands Steamship "WIUaMtad" on the JV1 (; occasion of her first visit to Barbados since she r-<-omtitioned T HERE *..%  party on board the Uoyul Netherlands StcamgMp WilU-iiislud" yesterday afternoon -to mark the occasion of this %  alp's lirst visit to Barbados since it Was re-named and rc-condiHoned. Tho"Willemstad'' was formerly the S S. "Socrates'". Almost the entire family A BOUT twenty-two members of the Goddard family were at the Empire Theatre on Wednesday night to see the llrst newsreel flints of* Ihe West Indies cricket team led by skipper John Goddard in action in England. Returning in November L EAVING by the "Wlllemstad" yealerday en route to England for a holiday were Mr. and .Mi %  Tom 1'utau, who will be returning M", Granny's Store. St. George's -named and Grenada and Miss Annie Ciyne, of St. David's. Granada are now winding up their three weeks' %  flat, rir n'i i holiday here aa gucaU al "Crystal With LtUll Oil In Waters". Worthing. Venezuela 1""* ,old Carib on Tuesday .,* UM i v! RVIM tnul ,nc y nad rnade so many '.u ,*. r, ^??5I fr,Mldj %  * *"• avln BU0h %  J T[". h ln " wonderful time that they were i? 2?F c '"J" r ? umln $ ""ding it hard to leave. Venezuela on Sunday after spendC--_„ J V...t ing a short holiday at the Ocean _„ **W"1 *'"" View Hotel Mr Ryan is from If 11 % %  Mrs JOHN A. STILES IVrmvviv.mia and his wife from IT of Caracas, Venezuela are Wisconsin; this is their first visit now hack In Barbados for their to the island. They arrived on second visit. Thay arrived about Wednesday by II W I A %  w * • and will be staying on until June 4 as guests at the Lots of Rain Worthing Guest House. M R. FRED GANDERT who Mr ina Mr Stiles wn •"'"' apent the past three and a £ July-August last year when half weeks holidaying in Grenada I !" I nt i montn ho*dD\ returned on Wednesday from 7**^"}? ** ,h ^ "* %  %  vrr > Grenada bv II W.I.A. In Gren*-llghtfu| stay then and were ada. he told Carlb that they have '^"Vo !" !.!?. n '""' been having lots or rain, and one Now Skirts Get Longer Again • by POPPY RICHARD hardest rainfall that they had for "Colonible." in November May Settle Here M R,.AND MRS Q VANKECK who • arTtved yesterday by th "Willemstad-. will be in Barbados, for five or *ix suying at the Windsor Hotel any years. Cousins SIMMONS and his %  — young daughter returned to months. Sl U|C|a ^ u/cdn^day by M\ Mr Vanneck. now retired, formerly Chief Engineer of UaS Telephone Co.. in Caracas The; have been lo Barbados before, and like it so much, they are building a house near the Golf Club and'm'y settle here when it is finished They were met on board the %  WillenisUd' by Mr. Jack Egan. Among their luggage was a b-iof golf clubs so no doubt they will be playing quite often at the Rockley Golf Club. Married in Canada M ISS Til ELM A SKINNER. Who has been living in Canada for the past two yean was married In Toronto on May 13th to Mr Dann Kivffei of Jamaica For the time l>cuu. the MWl) weds plan to set tip there With Trinidad Hockey Team \f'*S VEHA GRAHAM-SMITH A"# and her young son Geoffrey arrived from Grenada on Wednesday morning by B.W.I.A. and iire staying at the St. Lawrence %  Mai She will be here for about two and a half weeks before returning to her home in Trinidad. U.ii-u.i.l Her husband. who is with t*M W "" Mr. Stiles Is Assistant Canadi; Trade Commissioner stationed (n Caracas. CROSSWORD B.W.I.A. He was jhe SI. Lucia delegate for the Labour Officer In St Lucia. Mr Simmons Is a cousin of Mrs. Simmons Howell of "Martindale" Hastings. On Third Visit M R. AND MRS GERALD BURKE who live about U miles outside of Pnrt-of-Spum where Mr. Burke it the Cane Farmer Superintendent at Orange Grove Sugar Estate, arrived Wednesday morning by B.W.I.A to spend three weeks' holiday staying ,d Sea View Guest House. This is their third visit to it;,! badas On Honeymoon M il AND MRS. NOEL GRANADO who arrived on Wednesday morning by BW.I.A from Vcne/ucla to spend their honeymoon in Barbados are staying at the Hotel Hoyal, and will be here for about a week. Mr. Granado is a student in Venezuela, studying Economics In India and Persia M R. AND MRS. JACK' HAZKLi.KTTE and small daughter from Caracas are In Mr. Bazelgelte has been Adviser of the Shell r '1 • ii 1 %  i 4 y 9 1 J 1 PARIS. Longer skirts and huge hut: made Ihe fashion news at Long-%  tump race meeting. Women Ignored the prt-vulllr.it trend, with sjclrts longer than I hose shown in the leading dressmaking houses, usually '.ouchinjj ihe calf, Hats-instead of slanting forward at the "fashionable" angle are still worn on the back of the head, framing the face. The whole effect, gave a mu,h more feminine and belter balanced silhouette than the "official" one. Women seemed disinclined to trust the mid-August temperature Two out of three Visitors wore J very trim suit tightly waisU'd. Next favourite model was a smart black frock. The bUck and white combination led; there was plenty of Bjfessj and white and some navy. Knurtnous black straw hats, felt or velvet cartwheels or sauiv little white shapes are almost a uniform in Paris at the momeii' < lOasn ...xiels switched back off UM fiic %  win, ihe brim silhouetted In .> flower pattern, or were faced wiiti OSalM in a chair-seat design. K<'.VMOUS were simplicity and <ite> the gravel. Smarten! woman In the paddock wore a simple bottle-green shantung frock and a matching box ..( k*-t with a big black velvet ha^ Killing off the face. World Copyright Reserved — (L.E.S.) Where Your f Money Goes BOOKS AND Marls! By Joan Hope B IG mystery may be cleared up by Bosworth MONCaL He has written How The Civil Service R 4 U will come from Phoenix House. The aim of the book u to budge %  he gulf beiwasm the taxpayer and all public services. Mr. Monck is an engineer. That's quite a gulf you've picked Mi Monck. Next mystery. Who is Don BETTER IDG*. author of Spies Left? None other than the king of al. cloak-and-dagger men — the inimitable Bernard NEWMAN. Sir you may now uncloak. Dan BILLANi' would probubly have developed into one ol the finest of our younger TIOVCIists. His story, The Trap. Is being published without revision —by Faber It was written ii> an ftaMasj prisoner-of-war camp Btllany was mortally wounded In an encounter with an informer. Exciting subject for an exciting author. Graham GKF.F.N> is working on a biography ol R L. Stovenson. —L i: s. MONKV FOR OLD PIMMS NEW YORK Baal summer jobs in the New York area have just liecn given to 12 pretty models AH they have lo do for all expenses paid and a small salary is to sit around the nightclubs ordering British-made hot wenther drink Pirn ma. GAIETY (The GAden) ST. JAMES WABNB Ai-rn.N IHULU* lunn CAOHBI — Humpkrrr IMKi**T In "OKLAHOMA KID" Wllh Kr*cnmry LANE — Donald CRISP MONDAV l Tl tSDAV .M .nv. M.U^r Mond> 5 pi. WARNERS TOP MUSICAL' \AVY BLl'ES" Witt Ann SHEMDAN — Jtk 1AKSON VOI VIII I I.I CINEMA |M.mb.t. Only) MATINEES: TODAY TOMORROW >l 5 m. lOVK.IIT TO MONDAY NIOUT al *. ROBERT N EH TON In "NKillT BOAT TO DL'BLLN w.lh RAYMOND LOVELL — GUY MIDDLETON and introducing MURIEL PAVLOW Dirrctcd by LAWRENCE HUNTINOTON An Aasociatod BriUth Picture PLAZA CAPTAIN €HINJ*X A MUTINOUS CREW... | A RAGING TYPHOON... A DANGEROUS WOMAN... -heis"* 39 **!,/ Rrpcrt and Miranda — 3 Trinidad Hockey learn in BrRish 0n "W ' ()l1 Coiiipames In VeneGulana is expected to Join her twla '"' lh '' P"* 1 ,2 y aTt *"' here at Ihe end of the week ov *' r ,B vei " Jack "g*. Tr. Vial* Tk-Jn.t..Wt.* haa sorved ln ,hc Pol'^al Service lo Viit I heir Daughter )n ndli utld latcr in p^. ttll an(1 |LfK.._and MRS RAYMOND is President of the British Associu%  *•* hgACH who left Barbados tten in Caracas recently,-to visit their daughter Mr. and Mrs. Bazelgctlc have Mi>. Margaret Scandella in Trinltwo sons and one daughter. Their dad will be returning at the end home in England is at Corle of the month. Mrs. Scandella Mullen. Winborne Doset. They and her three children may be have found the West Indies most returning with them. Mr Scaninteresting and they hope ultimdello however will not be able to atcly to settle in these Islands L*,,""'' viiu •* make the trip. They are staying at "Cacrabank' Muiu urrapsiiM) -A la JiiM %  mn-jp ol IS m< VII tsT'oir o 30 urion I ami rouairs <• %  ••..'. Mi wl 1W1IC11 %  H4t ftaian %  J r':,'.r, ?.„ !. • %  •1 11 ISMS ft. BpK T* UM tt UcUkvl p* _. .. rm %  Ka-Ii 1 (Inn |pf I in. 9 IlolW 11. UWU( BY THE WAY By Beachcomber npHE gentleman who has comav plained that nightingales are Interfering with his enjoyment of radio is certainly in tune with "the best contemporary thought.'' Scientists will soon be called upon to invent something that will stop bird-song, the chirping of crickets, the buzz of bees, the lowing of herd*, and all those other outworn sounds which were harmless enough in the dark ages before radio. In those lonely parts of the country where blackbirds and thrushes make it difficult to concentrate on a broadcast of engines warming-up for a motor-race. B. B .C. engineers ought to be able to do something to end .this menace. We are not living In the Middle Ages. Warntnal note f LIKE the touch of realism A which describes the new unrestricted menus ss "free meals" It will help along the illusion of equal shares for all. I wonder what plans the restaurateurs have for subsUtuting some surprise charge for all the abolished extra charges, so that the flve-shllling meal, instead of costing £2. as it used fo do. may be brought up to, say £ 5. And whst If Ihe hordes of rich Americans, for whom the change has been made, still prefer Paris? It will then be "Vienna steak" again at 9s. (-1 a gobbet instead of 5s 6d. / ginup A forlhcomino rente will include sonui u'Hllen by King I'httmlphu'i. One Is drirribed as a sensuous bravlne. (News Hem.) A linu Italian totrn. rebuilt after ils destruction in Ihe war, is being destroyed again by Hi lnnab.ia-.il. They are bring paid by a film produce, so that he can iliool scenes 0/ an American soldier irhn fold In lore tin'h on Kalian Girl (Neks Hem I f'nnufh lo rniil %  a ral laugh Y ESTERDAY I read ol a woman who asked for a divorce because her husband, on coming home at night, kissed Ihe ao* before he kissed her. Toda>. 1 read of a decree nisi granic.1 because a wife left her huslKini when, on coming home each nighl. he refused her request that h* S uld kl Ibe cat. S %  M vsrle. All that interest*, an old-fashioned reactionary like me is who was given the eustodv nl the cat. And Is a married man entitled lo leave all his moncv to a tortoise or a monkey ? CRVPTOQI'OTE—Here's how to work It: AXftiBAAII liI.ON.. ,. I. I. MM Ont letter simply stands for another In this example A Is used for the three L'I. X for the two O's. etc Single letters, apostrophJss. the length and formation of the *ords are all hints Each day the code letters are different A Cryptosrrsurn Quotation PKVDF HC IGZKABGJ NI HCGKAKZ KCCKVGKP OF GJK CDtSGI HC FHEGJ OJDA HC DBK— VN-VKZH t-ryplotjur.trNOTHINC Sf DIFFICULT AS A BEGINNING IN POESY. I .: %  %  MACS THE*-END— BYRON Give your walls and ceilings a smart new look .. offer:— MATROIL, HALLS DISTEMPER SIGMARINE FLAT WALL ENAMEL. DUSSEAL In white, nprlnsx screen, old Ivory, henry sucklr, old rone, in-.nh. blush, Erey, etc. IIOYAI. {Worthings TO-I1AY 5 A 8 30 ind ( MiiiiniiiH Republic Pictures present Till: Kill Hilt" CLEVELAND" George BRENT. Lynn BAH! and Introducing Rusty TAMBI.YN KMIMIIr TO-DAY 2.30 & 8.30 SAT to TIES 4.4S A 8.30 20th C-Fox present . June HAVER Mark STEVENS in •OU tOfJ BEAl'TlKri. DOLL" with S. Z. SakaU. Charlotte Greenwood EXTRA Newsreel showing HI. Cricketers in England. HOW TO-DAY lo SIN. 4 45 A 8.30 20th C-Fox present "DAKOTA L1L" Starring George MONTGOMERY Mark WINDSOR Rod CAMERON OI.Y>||lt TO-DAY A. TOMORROW 4 30 A 8.15 20th C.-Eox Double "DIAMOND HORSKSIIOI SUimni Belte GHABLE Dick HAYMES and "JUNGLE PATROL" with Cnsline MILLER Ross FORD 0'"** ** a ..*• C U"*" I : TVTj\TXf and Continuing Daily at 5 & 830 p.ir I GLOBE THEATRE STARTING TODAY at 5 and 8.30 p.m. COLUMBIA'S BIGGEST AIR KI'IC 'j STARS MAKE A FILM IRita HAYWORTH — Noah BEERY S Thomas MITCHELL — Richard BARTHELMES WEDDING" The Funniest Short You'll Ever See and It's TRF.ASURE NITE TOO Save Your Half Ticket TO-NITE WIN ONE OF FOUR J10.00 CASH PRI/.KS. TRICES: Ic., 30c., 40c.. S4c. ' r 'S* CHOP DIVIDEND (.OOIIS KHAKI SHIRTS 3.17 Boys 2.38 AT GREY FLANNEL TROUSERS Ready-made S.T.S3 EVANS WHITFIELDS American Border Print. 7 1 c. Flowered Art Silica Si.oo ft >ii. Khaki Drill !>!t. 1.03 1.07 1.17 ENAMELWARE : Chamber. !Hr. Platei Mugi Howl. *ir. •-'.. I.-..-. 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FRlI.W MAY 2. 1KB The Late Lord Wavell AN APPRECIATION BY LIDDELL HART Cabled from London by Our Own Corrmpondent LONDON. May M Fieid Marshal Lord Wavell is dead. What will be I v.-iilic'. Luldell Hart famed military writer, in a biograpnic al 'eature m the London Kvaning Standard answers "Much depends on whether Wavell's critics or admirers have greater influence m the s haping of history" • There are, says Hart "loo many factors sill] uticlanntd lo reach II \ RRA DOS A IVOC \TF PACT TI1HEB Manley Leads Labour Day Parade *.<1'"*•!*< r < -M—P-M.nl KINGSTON. J.jmacia, May 25. Jai m k rt tint Labour Day City wide %  parade was staged In Kingston 00 Wednesdav Empire Day. by T U C and P.M.P. Sim* 1SS8. May 24 was regarded here aw Labour Day instead 11 May 1 because of its anniversary of labour uprising Heading the parade were Norman Mantey. P.N.P. leader and Ken Hill. T.U.C. General Secretary. The Police were on guard through the city but no ihcidt-nls occurred. Busiamante's industrial Trade Union marked Iha anniversary with a celebration in BustajnanWs South t ...rtiidon constituency. These celebrations were folJcwed today by an Invasion of unemployed, Kingston workers while members of the House of Representatives were diwussing | the budget. The invaders were: re.'ected by the Police squad. The reason for their action la the victimisation claim of the Kingston workers on the announcement by Bustamante this week that the Kingxwood films Jobs would go to Clarendon workers since the dim city would be established in that parish. T'dad Oil Workers Got More Wages '"" %  ' AS..PBI. C*fIMS*BIBI> lOKT-OF-SPAlN. May 20 Workers in Trinidad's rich u.l bell have Just been granted wage Increases involving one and a half million dollars per year In agreement between Oil rields Workers Trade Union which was signed Uus morning. Solomon Hochoy. Labour Commissioner who presided at the talks said 'Certainly another milestone In the history of induslri.il relationship as well us a farther advance completed selfgovernment within the industry. Economic experts here agrecu that the pact may have fan-reaching i-ffects on the economic stability in the vast oil belt upon which thousands of homes depend for their llveUhood. New wage rates retroactive from March 4. It It • siimated that workers will 1 get more than UOO.000 back pay and their annual wage hill wUl to $15,000,000. conclusive judgment In general, the admiring view is nearer the mark In my veiw". Hart says It u easy to understand how the adverse view flourished. Wavell was "exceptionally inarticulate except on paper, for • -ii .vnii such an active mind It was rare for him to converse at all easily, in contrast his letters were fluently expressed". This inarticulateness is attributed as the reason for the failure of Wavell to become head of the Army as Chief of the Imperial General Staff in 1937. Hart reveals for the first time thai il was only at the last moment that Gort was chosen instead of Wavell and says "VTavell's inarticulateness and the popular appeal of Gort's V.C. ere the factors in turning the rales of the Cabinet's decision." Discussing Wavell's interests In fe outside the military sphere. Hart tells 1 h e story as related him b v (Wave. I h-inself •f how when a flnchestfr Scholar, the .-Hend master reproached Wavell f o.r wasting men mental talents and educalon by choosing to become ,i solHer" After c o ra anting on i-nurrhiu"* "lncrcaaUg distrust of Wavell" and the decision in 1B41 to replace him by Auchinleck. Hart says. It is probable that Wavell would have proved a greater Commander if his chance had come when he was rather younger A General in the service of a slow moving democracy who hopes for security of tenure and ] fame should be careful to defer I his appearances on the stage until late in a \ an arrival In the leading role was Wavell's chief mistake—but no fault of his. Ha had more gifts for high command than most of those who exercised .1 when the going was good and forces plentiful". Hart deals at length with Wavell's fortunes and misfortunes in the early war and his transference from the military to the political sphere as Vicerov of India. I % %  LINGUA AFRIKAANS CAPETOWN. StaUenbosch University Debating Society have passed by a large majority u motion that "English .language) has no chance of survival." The speaker, F. Harris, in moving the motion said that Afrikaans was progressing culturally at the expense •if English. "No One ^ ill 1JHurt" %  RUN, May 25 it.. PRETORIA: Bating an oyster lunch m .1 Pretoria reataurant. a man found four sizeable pearls said to he worth £50. An argume>.: at to who wa* the rightUiI owner, but In the end the 0Us1onse> w H allowed to take them "ns souvenirs". Said the BRMrtMAf "Seeing he had bought the oysters I suppose they must belong to Mm, On the other Imnd. thr I n pivsentatlve of the Argent i restuurunt and not a Jewelj State Trading Agency and ler's shop, and I claim all mil eral] of the Ambassador's party on rights in any food I sell." / night of the incident. May 5. Trygve Lie Back In U.S. NEW YORK. May 25 he United Nations SecretaryGeneral, Trygve Lie. returnee) today from his "cold war" talks i: London. Paris nnd Moscow He told reporters "I have DO reason to be disappointed .vith my trip "I hope to see President Train shortly." he said when M plane came down from the gre>.t sodden skies It had bssffl over the field for more fhmi an hour nnd a quarter owing to fog. His meeting with reporters was brief. He recounted that he had mel the heads of the Big Powers, including Premier Stalin and. after mentioning his hope of seeing Mr. Truman, said he would see the United States Secretary of State. Denn Acheron, as soon a* possible One reporter asked Mr Lie about the outlook for peace or war. He replied "I am very hopeful of the whole situation He then departed for his Long Island home He expects to hold ;i pre.* conference, he stated, but gave no indication when it would take place.—Renter Pearlv Souvenirs Poured V. alrr To Cool linn Oil # From Page 1 doing on to his face. Hie Iviigii-shiiiun s^id he thou turned lo the Ambassad.'i and saying ii. i, cnteh tahr* tossed a jug of water int.. I)i T..-u.-r i. ii Wretched hands. The Ambaa%  BNtar missed the jug, whi.ii landed <%  his paunch and struck itu ha same ttane, *Mla Iks ""'II in the jug splashed over hiI %  hdwardssaid that bt Una* M i men talked back to table, and just us ho was ulting down a tumbler struck him m the back and bounced .>,I w. ih next table. The Englishman told the TTagislrate that at the time of the to wH —I he did not know the identity of the Ambassador, ou* learning it afterwards from the manager of the hotel where the incident occurred apoligised lo him The Ambassador, hat l not accept the apology. When masked the Secretary of the ArgenI tine Embassy who was a member Of the Ambassador's party, lo conI vey his apology to the Ainbassa| dor, he refused, saying "it Is an) affair for the police, and in Argenf UM > .iu would ha%-e been IMtfM whipped" Id" Edwards continued, | "wo are not in Argentine now" %  and we have different method! here "He (Ihe Secretary l took this to be a derogatory remark about Argentina, winch it was not intended to be" Earlier today the chief prose; ution witness Mr. A li K.upi ciiicluHed his evidence. He I described himself yestei West Indies And The BIF (•'•ft Oil! latl.Cann Coiiiijnnil>iit' uONDON, indications that despite the lack ui direct reinesenLiiio. athe R f.P aferred to lr .i pre R %  have scored a bigger Ihn twelve .iit> %  %  %  ryen H hat R to orden wuuid BSM MII i (Or Trinidad I fftsi hit* attain been scored by Sea Island Cotton whl enquni" •'nun .ill parti ol ti" his success was no doubt %  tnmul led tj tha ineareal BJMMS I ,I. tinnnd by ttw Royal Famih during the vi'it to the Fair lie second day. But business has been brisk at 11 the West Indies stan < % %  has stepped u • se-dlng day Aiii"i.[j n buyers and busines .ve been promiH the mnnv callers an.I thm i itnreasi in ntfii-. bagkei work nnd tinned I A H> rmudei makini; w t the coconut ran n n H< ha i xplaine I like aucii nl>)vt-t' '.iiM",li .mil tic In. asked whethet i h • Ngd< %  Jani.i and "Tnuidad" at ine-ent inscribed ixi the dcouula can < be abanged to Heimuda." Rsjplyiiig io the Court, Mr ] Knrpf i today ba thought tha reason foi Edward's "Stage behavIi UI v>.' poUtkal He added "I raiuio* help thinking that the; reasons srara political because i.re i no other reason". • (musf to Kaat ith Rally, .tie in the pn QewsasMssssU'' i^lisi warmongers have pn -i nunoutn 'uggestm^ that the nib endanger :IT--I Otto Grntewohl said in an official Go\-ei announci ment "None of (lie young people will be hurt in Berlin.** he said The Government will see to it that our .-outig people, who are demonttratlng for peace, will receive .-pecial care and attention while n Merlin" 24 Arr.v.ed We.t iV"iu pallet froquonUj .inest groupl of Fn-.German youth DassjAMfg utio aie itiun.l li>'ila\mg illegal j-repagonda material The official Coiiiiiiuuiit organisation ajsVi tlv number ol Free German V. lit' in West Ik-iliii in tin %  days as 21. Theie iftp Ian on the BlttO Bhlrtl in Wast Berlin ..mi Indivlduali gad small Kioup* ul Free German Youth can \-aiuiei arouno unhindered, police pokc*man said. "l"hey ,TI ust not, BWVpasssjg, march organbeol ivlumn. can* pi >pa! ".iiHi.i material or create diitur| banco*. We i Berlin newspaper t ada". n'pnrted ihat "hundreds of Free j German Youths" had already de; fed strict orders not to enter the v. -I. in s.i tin-.nil roamed .n.rivu,:h W^sBerlin on n "fSJetnndtng* tour, admiring the plenlv in inn -hops and the hu*-< 'it OH %  the street-, Allied oMarVM Ml howevoi. nut thov hod l :,ot yot s**en ,i large-ta %  n" of West Iterlin l MtftOlal tOBt Oornigfl vontlis Ifcadquari lers of the Free German Youth MWs morning said that the bulk of the 500,000 participants In tho rally had not yet arrived but were expected within the next two —Reuler Unhappy Communists i PRAi.; | • %  lory, ihe Cnechoslovak i a Minister. %  sansBsBBi iiisterand I i. He s whn wish to net then | nrd crowded to-dav I I church of St. Paaqual. n.ar the. Titter According to U idi lo n i .me prays to Si Pa^qonle on hU dav. May IT. wil'.in a year he 1 .. mee irong nnd healthy hugtend" ai.-aina inm... Mer* MUUIK -r,n i,, i--u, • %  •> Ihat .„„ h v%  •.o.di.a I--, i. vi ,,ih or iwrtMtpa -..-... i, t a Skssiaa l^fe 1 Amosan iua TIW gsssrFee ryrrh,* —TreaeJ. Mossta. Mrnen your BACK ACHES... ...„k.,._,..^ii,,i„k,- T .. Tl lu*„ ... ,h. 14_1 |,.„ h,„ %  N, P* • %  •. ""*•>. mnu Mis. .,-1 %  ——asMBi VMAM Ma* a. tha .|p,sii Tlaa MJMMMM, 1-^.k.. I In I. itaaii. IM iha -IMMI Ma' (M.M, a i_w. r. ~>. — _.,, _>{ P W U —.las-iii l>iaiia|MM .ISM — IMU Kthv PJM IIMV, KUW, STOP THAT TOP THAT __ g rOUGH/ ^•^^ ITS TINE YOU TOOK SOME VEN0S/ II Ma. kecy .oailuaa ..'. Iiin. yv t.-k v.nVtMO'S Luhtfiia, C0U6H MIXIUK. Ian •uU-baasa %  *' msdaine oa&lwta, MM and lau.Mta InmanM and Soreuau air a^UaxI a*ay. Couihin alla.la air rclW>VMl. That coonanl uTHatloo m the ibfoal H oJlavocL Rabcd upon to. ovm )0 r I ..l.v' nr.rDEairmry|W coueai • coLDi • %  Maura %  aiuw KII'IKIL AS7HMJ CHIflt .COLDS • "lr "COUCHI cmiaiim COUCHI mofr COUGH MIXTURE ust nou fa t/te cA/fe:*u# BOVRIL means rich meaty flavour Try B^nl *Mh all yoar U ap> -nd otMcrak eUUm Ii makSB rtkm wondirTfkillistir -r.J. in iJJin.>n. mik ih-m nouruhini, too PorBosrili.ih*c^t*iiiri-diOsKln.a(6f AlwapilLtea BeFiliaU.j c n %  f -t uy und,am] dnnk it dMlj. BOVRIL pe.ti BEEF Into you %  .Si. KLIM MILK FINST IN PREFERENCE THE WORLD OVER tt'HF s von IWI liuku. lirad ami drfirwaid. thr rciior at ih.l your blood n ihia WMI pale uiihoui cnosjsh iad biuod-sorpuarlci aad >our ner*et are -cak and undernourished coarse of 'St ratine ,r Nerve the two What yw need Tonic food, ajnaraim comia n ine r W*M t>04)-bwiMinf fo0—or. i "•dproiain *r, !" h hmld innered coipUK f blood and had yoar ui uxruii % %  . mo >6i -.'itrnfi ri< day by 0a> nnmg your hodv aHh mit ., nau -ilal.tv haaUh iad h.r ta aWa with ^ % %  ^1 an tha i-own. IM.f. KUwp 0M. ,,., k... h tha red Oas> 1/-al tfl erai akatafc LADIES' TKK SHIK'IS In AsMtrled Colours su.-> NVLON STOCKINJiS M Ciiiaur iaup PIJVSTIC M'KKIP I' \PF.S SI.o.> PLASTIC PRETTV APRONS S!.- PLASTIC HKnDTICS HATH CAPS :UM. gajs, LABIW BXTII1NG sum A N'iir AsN.irl.nrnt in Stork ol I.AI.IKS DRF.SSICS ( IIII.DKKN S MICSSBS HOYS' SUITS THE MODERN DRESS SHOPPE itrood Slrret WIlLIAiM FOGARTY LTD. Inc. B.C. We h>n just received L/UDIES' CHENILE HOUSECOATS — ALSO — "M0YGASHEL Linen tkmm I flKi Colour. KI.ORAI. trtvffOR DRESSKS (Slios 3S to 4tt) We Invite Your Inspection' In the design of the new I lonlop Fort, nothing has h<"cn negleaed wbkh srill live added iafcty. By mcreating the dtpih of the tread pattern, the tyre's road In tiding qualities increase.] iffip and skid resistance maintained throughout the Ulcof the lyre, since the tread p'tlern peniits to the end. This I* just ooe of the many I ifety features which make the new Port the ooe tyre thai lias •— ry Goods Uapt. Prestcold" Refrigerators ARE RIGHT FOR YOU UP TO THR MINUTE IN DBtUON 1 BUILT WITH A PI1TTBB IN VIEW! THE PRIDE OP THE KITCHEN I 411 Steel. All WHdad RCWl Promt ( ablawts: Heavily Ftaleal Harslwara I'M ,u-,,l ( | I'rr .mrii. llermrUrally Sealed falls. Large Ca^aaely •PRESTADORS' Crapalors and Maal SHa-. IN STOCK:— 4.89 cu.ft. and 7.7 cu.ft. WITH A FIVE (5) YEAR GUARANTEE ..,-.-r r --.^-; r T r




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Sugar Brokers
Forecast World
Market Price
For W.I. Sugar

(From Our Own Carrespandeni) —

LONDON, May 28.
A foreedst that West Indian

Sugar surplus to the £40,000 fons
allowed by the United Kingdom
offer will easily be absorbed by
this country or Canada at world
market value is made this morn-
ing in the monthly bulletin of

Messrs E. D. and F. Man, sugar
brokers.

They state that to-day the
figure would be considerably

higher than 30/6 and bearing in
mind preferential duties the world
price would have to fall to 3.20
cents per pound before Cuban or
ciher nen-preferential sugars
could compete with the West In-
dian sugar.

The average price received by
Cuba for her sugar over the last
eleven years works out at 3 cents
ber pound but, continues the bul-
\etin the cost of labour and mate-
rials has so considerably increased
it is extremely doubtful
whether Cuba would now preduce
a crop of reasonable size on the
3.20c. basis.

Probably some rea@ustment is
needed in our ideas as to what
can bé considered a cheap price
commensurate with the cost of
production.

It may well be that instead of
feeling pessimistic the West Indies
would be justified in looking for-
swe to the future with confi-
dance,”



‘Nonsense’ Says The
Colonial Office

(From Our Own Correspondent)

LONDON, May 24.

The Colonial Office this morn-
ing described as “nonsense” recent
reports that the British Govern-
ment has informed Caribbean
Governments that they must de-
pend only on foreign shipping
lines for passenger service be-
tween Britain and the British
West Indjes. “We have given no
such instruction” an official said.
It is pointed out in shipping cir-
cles here, that in fact, in the next
few months the increasing num-
ber of passengers from the Carib-
bean will be carried by French
ines, It will be recalled that the
rench line recently -announced
at the SS. Colombie~ would
ortly join S.S. Gaseogne on
the West Indies run.





U.K. Journalists
Want Conduct Code

LONDON, May 25.

The British National Union of
Journalists today announced the
creation of an Ethics Committee
to enforce a journalistic code of
conduct. It will advise members
on their rights to refuse to under-
take assignments which might
lower the prestige of the profes-
sion. The announcement said the
appointment of the committee fol-
lowed increasing charges in Par-|
liament and elsewhere of distor- |
tion in the press.—Reuter. !



INDIA HAS A WEST
INDIAN POLICY

(From Our Own Correspondent)

After weeks of waiting,

leader Uriah Buzz Butler.



'
Trinidadians
Not Surprised

PORT-OF-SPAIN, May 25.

Trinidadians were not surprised
to learn that Capt. E. Farfan was
able to bring B.W.LA. -plane
“Antigua” to a successful landing
at Homestead Airfield Florida}
after losing one of the engines
which dropped out on its flight
from Jamaica to Miami on Tues-
day.



from the R.A.F. in world war II.
He also won the D.S.O. Farfan
is considered one of the best pilots
in the B.W.LA. service.

E. R. M. Brown a member of
the registration board who was}
in Nassau, is to proceed to, carry
out investigations. There were
three pass¢ngers on board.

Carib Talks Open









M. G. Sinanan, legal] adviser to the
Butler Party has the promise of a meeting with the Party’s |



cuss the matter.

a recent

THE COMBERMERE SCHOOL CADETS ‘March Past’

the Gove

U.S. ATOM WORKERS
GO ON STRIKE

OAK RIDGE, Tennessee, May 25, |

A giant atomic plant construction project here was shut |
down completely today by an unofficial strike. The strike,
which members of the Labourers and Hodcarriers Union of |
the American Federation of Labour started without warn- |
ing yesterday, spread today to all other crafts working on}
the project, thet Atomic Energy Commission reported.

t —————-— -~ ~~ “The project is completely shut |

; - |} down,” an AEC spokesman said. |
New Chemical |



“We-have not been informed by |
the union or anybody else what|
the walkout is all about”.

7: ave S' — “163,
THA ss Yesterday’s stoppage occurred |
with >a ate eer on two new plants being built |
soon be something of the |) fer inereased production of fis-
past. An American rubber sionable uranium 235—the atomic

company claims to have de- bomb element.

A nina “a re Some 3,000 workers are affected
Mocic Rypantiicâ„¢! called: li ny the walkout, Piteae line
kills weeds and retards the were established outside the
growth of eeeee Bis. cine various entrances.—Reuter,

weeks or more without in-

juring it. Only six mowings Me ves 7 |
all the summer will be US oO Against |
necessary if tk slaims are

nena he claims are Perverts

WASHINGTON, May 24
An investigation of sexual per-|
verts in all Federal Government
iwencies was unanimously approv- |
“tl by the United States Senate |
©xpenditures Committee to-day in}
1 move to tighten security. The!
| Committee voted to provide |
| $25,000 for the inquiry, Quick |
; Senate approval is expected
| Washington



police officials have |
"| testified that there are about 3,750
homosexuals on Government pay-
rolls in the capital. Perverts are
officially rated as bad security
|risks on the ground they are an
easy mark for blackmailers and!
potential prey for Communist |
conspirators. Republican Senator
Joseph Me Carthy has charged
that the State Department is in-
fested with both Communists and

LONDON, May 24.

R. G. Matthews, Secretary of
the Coloured Werkers’ Association |
informed Sinanan this week that!
Butler returned to Londen frorn
the Country and wished to ar-
range a meeting. It is not known

!yet when they wil! meet but it is)perverts. The Department has
likely to be next week. lenied it. It was officially dis-|
Simanan is waiting to know|closed some weeks ago that 91]

the time and place from, Matthews.

Both Butler and Sinanan have
been invited te attend and speak
at a series of meetings in London
being sponsored by the Coloured
Workers’ Association.

General political and social
problems relating to the Britisl
West Indies will be discussed at

sexual perverts had been dismiss- |
d from the Department. Senator
Mc Carthy, top-ranking Republi-
can member of the Expenditures |
Committee, has announced he will
not take part in the investigation
in view of the cKarges he has!
levelled against the State Depart- |
ment.—Reuter.

‘SW
Farfan had a brilliant record | these meetings.

State Of Siege |

In Bolivia |

BUENOS AIRES, May 25. |
Reports from La Paz Bolivia
state that the Government has :
j

Plans for the creation of a West
Indies Parliamentary group wili
be advanced a step further on
Thursday night at a dinner in the
House of Commons.’ The host will
be Grenada born Dr. Hyacinth
Morgan who has invited several
Labour MPs and Sinanan to dis-
clared a staté of siege “in view of
the® political crisis caused by
versive acts of Communis

The measure will remain in
force until the Communists are

There has been a sequel also to
talk between India’s
High Commissioner, Krishna
Menon and Sinanan. He has con-
sented to meet West Indian lead-

sub-



rounded up and normalcy re-es-











| dence, and the ending of econo-

| world’s under-developer areas ft

) Laschert,

, listen to my request” the English-

rnor (wearing hat) during the Empire Day celebrations held at the

—

School on Wednesday.
Large Nations |

rge Natio | BIG 3 WARN
Interfere | ISRAEL, ARABS

be hag ft it
SAYS TITO. - af ANE PARTS, May 25.
: ‘rance +s > Uni States to-dé ne
LAKE SUCCESS, May 25. BRITAIN, France and the United States to-day warned
Without making specific refer-|_ Israel and the Arab states that if they find any of these
ence to Russia, Marshal Tito of} preparing to violate frontiers or armistice, lines the three
Yugoslavia declared today that! countries will take action “both within and without the

the large nations of the world fre Ae : ; ations”
5 ; 2 : amework of the United Nations”,
should not interfere “with the in- ai *' In a joint declaration on arms

ternal affairs of the small nations. purchases published by the French







He laid this down as one of Foreign Office to-day, the three
the three conditions necessary for | | Governments said that requests
| the easing of international ten-| SPOR ] S Y

would be considered in the light
of those countries’ need for main-
taining a certain level of armed
| forces for internal security and
| their own legitimate defence and
| that of the whole region.
|, Middle East countries already
getting arms from Britain, France
| and America had given an under-
| taking that they do not intend any
aggression on any other state.
To-day'’s declaration folkowed

sion, and for a possible basis of}
understanding among the nations.

The two other conditions were!
that more encouragement should
be given to colonial peoples wha}
were fighting for their indepen-|

WINDOW

Notre Dame leaders in the Sec
ond division football fixtures will |
oppose Y.M.P.C in a return |
game at the Park this evening |
‘ Pe ‘ : In division tree, Combermere — ||
mie or political domination of the| will play Cable and Wireless at |
Combermere while Carlton en |
gages Lodge at Black Roek |

Tonight at 7.30 ¥.M.PLC. will |
play Carlton in a first division |
Basketball game at YM. PLC

The Marshal's
made in
telephone

statement was
a special trans-Atlantic
interview with the

; ¢ | | the recent London talks between
the United Nations Cortespond- | ‘H.C.O.B. will meet y.M.c.A. || the big three western Foreign
}ents’ Association, which inter~ | in division 1 at 8.20 also at | Ministers.

viewed him in a new series of
broadcast »ress conferences with
leading political personalities
Reuter.

YÂ¥.M.P.C.



With reference to preserving the
‘; present frontiers and armistice
|lines the text of the Declaration
| said: “The three governments, if
, they become aware that any of
these states is preparing to violate
the frontiers or the lines of armis-
; tice, will not fail, in eonformity
with their obligations as members
of the United Nations, to act both
within and without the framework
of the United Nations in order to
prevent such a violation”.

“The three governments declare
that they have received from all
the states at present benefiting
from despatches of arms, the as-
suranee that the purchasing state
docs not-intend to undertake any
act of aguression with regard to
another state. Similar assurance
will be asked of any other state in
this region to which the despatch
of arms will be authorised in the
future Reuter.

Ghali Will
Turn Moslem

SAN FRANCISCO, May 25



ee ae | One West Indian
Poured Water | in Brussels Talks

BRUSSELS, May 25.
7 ‘pre >| ‘Che first meeting of the Execu-
To Cool ‘Him Off | tiv s Committee of fhe Internation-
f al Confederation of Free Trade
NEW DELHI, May 25. Unions since the Congress held in;

A young Englishman, told a Loudon last December opened in
Court here today that he poured] Br issels to-day. Delegates on the
“a few drops” water on the head| Rx cutive include seven from
of the Argentine Ambassador at|Fuyope, two from Latin America
a cabaret “because his behaviour} for: from North America, one
was extremely insulting to my|from the West Indies, three from
fiancee in particular and the public] As 4 and the Middle East and one
in general.” fron Africa, Highlight of the
The Englishman, John Kenneth twelve point programme drawn up |
Edwards, is charged with assault-| for the two day meeting is expect-
ing the Ambassador “‘without any| ed to be a discussion on the prob-

sudden or grave provocation.” lem of the Ruhr.—Reuter.

Edwards said that when he asked
U.N. DAY

the Ambassador Doctor Oscar |
to “behave himself” he|
uttered “a maniacal laugh,” which |
WASHINGTON, May 24.
President Truman today called
upon the American people to ob-
| Serve October 24 United Na-

sounded as if he were on the verge
of hysteria, “I poured the water

tions Day, by ceremonies dedicated |
}to securing “enduring world











to cool him off so that he would

man added,
Edwards said the Ambassado1

immediately threw at him a glass! peace”, In a proclamation he said| Mr. Riad Ghali, commoner |
containing alcoholic liquor which|the need for an international | bridegroom of Princess Fathia of
struck his shoulder the contents organisation to insure peace “has | Egypt, will change. from Coptic!

@ On Page 3 1ever been more urgent”.—-Reuter| Christian to Moslem before their

wedding according to the Islamic
rites on Sunday evening.

The 31-year-old Egyptian said
jhe would make a formal declara-





No Benefits from Devaluation
ONE COURSE OPEN TO U.K.

(From Our Own Correspondent)

tain that his Moslem wedding is
entirely valid. He indicated that |

objection which King Farouk of |









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; tion before an Iman to make cer- |

he hoped it would overcome the |



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SUGA R”..

“Colonies Could —

Supply ft”
U.K. Housewives Tell
Westminster Today

As Gomes Opens Sugar Batile

(From Our London Correspondent)

LONDON, May 26.

‘THE FIRST BALL in the battle of sugar between

Britain and the West Indies will be bowled
tomorrow morning at the Colonial Office by the
Hon'ble Albert Gomes. He and his delegates will
present the British West Indies memorandum to
Mr. Maurice Webb, Food Minister, and Mr. John
Dugdale, Minister of State for the Colonies.

Outside as well as inside the
Colonial Office Building there
FB. Hunt |
e
Soviet Spy

promises to be great activity.

| The British Housewives League

| have arranged for half a dozen

members with placards bearing

the words “We want More Sugar”

WASHINGTON May 25, | and “With your Help the British

Agents of the Federal Bureau of | Colonies could supply it” to par-
Investigation, now engaged on one
of the ni iv sosive spy-hunts in

the United States history, were

today centering their efforts in the

New York city area, it was re-

,, ade up and down the street.
ported here, This has been promp-



If necessary they will be
lieved by other members so that
the parade can continue all day

Yesterday the British West In-
dies delegates were tea guests of

re-

' Lord Listowel at the House of
ted by the arrest on Tuesday night Lords where they met Lord
of Harry Gold Philadelphia bio- Tweedsmuir and Mr. Creech
chemist. The FBI was reported to Jones

be concentrating their search for

a Qn Saturday arrangements have
a Soviet identi-

espionage agent, heen made for the delegation to
fled by them only as ‘John’, who ee the Derby being run
was believed to be the key go-

between in transmitting to Russta
atomle secrets passed on to him
by Harry Gold,

As many as 10 additional arrests
in the Anglo-American atomic spy

British Ship
Fae meee’ here “es! Sunk: 7 Killed

Fuchs to Gold led FBI agents “hr . |

-hrough « long, painstaking quest ; HONG KONG, ane ‘

in which 1,200 persons who might} , Captain L. C. Chureh of th

have been in close contact witn| !:175 ton British -murechantman

the British scientist were cheeked., | “Ebonol ' padioed the Navy from

Eventually, the hunt narrowed | Swatow today that his ship had

down to a small group of chemists | been sunk off Sugar Loaf Island

in the New York-Philadelphia |r near there either by a mine

area, and finally to Gold's arres,, | O° & time-bomb

Some officials made it clear that! Me said that seven passengers,

the Fuchs case was by no means! #!! believed Chinese, were kied

closed with the arrest of Gola ‘in the explosion, but all the crew
—Reutep. were sate, although some suffered

ae if injuries. The ship's owners, “i
gow es pee : | Great Sottheri ‘Sieaniship om
U S W ll H | |} pany of Hang Kong, said the ex-
eW Je I e Pp | plosion occurred yesterday when
° | the ship was on its* way from
Vietnam Swatow to Hong Kong. It «was
only partially submerged, © the
| Stern being still

SAIGON, May 25
The United States told ex-
Emperor Bao Dai, head of Vietnam

above water. f
The Company «new nothing about
passengers abroad thé. “Ebonol”.
| The Chinese erew totaited 42, the

State today that America would }|Company said, and the seven men
establish a special economic | killed were members ol the crew.
Mission to Vietnam, Laos, and —Reuter,
Cambodia to help them reach

stability,



The United States Legation at
Dalat informed him that — the

RESIGNS POST

mission would work with the Gov- Prof SEALIN, Jey Bs. ays
enments of the States and the}. Me ‘i Aw 7 I Me ye aL ‘
French High Commissioner in a|!® Medicine at the Soviet wp

|Humbald University,
signed from his post,

“The Humbold University has
become a Marxist high school and
cannot be regarded as a university
any more,” he told reporters,—
Reuter,

“co-ordinated programme of say" re-
economic aid designed to assist the
States restore normal economic
life and stability and pursue their
peaceful democratic development

Reuter,





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i iven in the] Egypt has made to his 19-year- |
ers here including the sugar}tablished throughout the country Tose LON ee ec Vadartating. giver aaa i old: sister's hartge,
Rinast Advocate Correspondent) delegation and explain to them!Meanwhile Labour Unions will f James Duby = ee - . Od aie! ay
The conference. by. the "heads carta gh wk oindiinggt eye OT Pew inteenel sisctions am, the first i: POR ne pt. tee i c oo le st she could have been | civil wedding here last month | RELISH
The conference by the heads of particular reference to the West|Sunday in July with a view to| Meeting of the West India Com- t least she gentle tis Rak eg nF oe ial ore |
the Agricultural Departments of} Tndies. eliminating Communists and_Fas- mittee in London this bl seperted Sear tes pe occsteaiiés Mae Teva Bare pare
opengd tonday und Shales ey, a seeited (ee, Wout cists Erote Shee: Late wile Goy- fen to the effect oo eins howling a ‘bare "profit on the|remained with the Queen Mother |
opened to-day under the chair-/ qndians to a reception on Friday|ernment has decided to withhold | had had on the West India non 5 Dare .Ueoe? 08 ee sie
manship of G, S. Clay, Agticul-! afternoon at India House. issuance of citizenship papers to | colonies. whole of one co vane ty _wh ce le |
tural Adviser to the Secretary oc! - rele foreigners known to be members Despite their “handsome con- She requires from this area and | A teu so p irc ohisban |
ee ee of Corrinunist organisations. tribution” towards bridging the which means so much to its in- | Bays hat the ‘ay ian Posen
The conference began by dis- ARRESTED —Reuter. —— Zap the colonies ure caper habitants bn — ee paroomn 3 = "
ussing the technical aspects cf I May 25 largely deprived of the benefits Mr. Dubuisson extended «| weeks, Fuad Sadek, au feial of |)
the egriculturdl problems in the The cence hates Postmen Return To Work of devaluation on the sale of their | warm welcome to the West Indian ; the Egyptian ¢ Fiore che ore | Aweats
West Indies and the uniformicy ; today arrested Dr. Ladislav Pin- ATHENS, May 25. {¢€xports and had to pay greatly in-| sugar delegates and wished then | Francisco; arrive: iere ag (rom | Ba
of approach towards the solutio | kas, an employee of the British | Postmen who came cut in the|creased prices on the imports. —_ | every success in their endeavour | New York on the way to a | bir ap SE
ft COCs Stennis. SS: COO | Embassy in Prague. A Czechoslo-|Greek civil servants strike, whicn “In these circumstances” said} He added sombrely “but I am The couple will travel py maa
represented were Jamaica, Trini-| yak note delivered at the Em-|is now in its fifth day, went back |M Dubuisson “it seems incredi-} afraid they are going to have not | of Madrid and Rome ane
dad, Barbados, St. Lucia, Grena-| hassy said Dr. Pinkas was being|to work today. There were indj-|ble that Great Britain should have | too easy a time”. Faika, sister of Princess Fathia,|
Attiguay and British ¢ fama. er ieee for activities against the|cations here that the solidarity of|failed to take the one course if] The twelve members of the|whose marriage has displeased |
Antigua, and British Guiana. Mr.) security of the state. Dr. Pinkas|the unions taking part in the ja@ction open to her if she wére a8|West Indin Committee due for] Farouk, said “We are returning |
“D>. K. Frampton Agricultural jis q naturalised British subject —|Strike was breaking down }seriously concerned with the wel-| retirement were re-elected! home after four years absence. |
Adviser also attended. Reuter. —Reuter ‘fare of her dependent territories “en bloc.” . That is all I can say’—Reuter
i i
FRIDAY, MAY 26, 195



PAGE TWO BARBADOS ABVOCATE

- tee seein
Carb Calling

Six Months in Trinidad
ISS FET CAMPBELL who is |





Where Your

Money Goes

BOOKS AND PEOPLE

By Joan Hope
| IG mystery may be cleared up

GAWETY (The Garden) ST. JAMES

Priday, Sz ay & Sunday 8.30 p.m., Matinee Saturday 5 p.m
iene cas WARNER ACTION THRILLER! (
James CAGNEY — Humphrey BOGART in
“OKLAHOMA KID”
With Rosemary LANE — Donald CRISP
MONDAY & TUESDAY 8.30 p.m., Matinee Monday 5 p.m.

¥ from Devonshire was an in- iF he Decewa: WOCTe. ie WARNER’S TOP MUSICAL!
af Wi f | has written How The Civil Service ‘ . 5 aoe SON
, Me voli ote he ome | Wo It will come from Phoenix NAVY BLUES” with Ann SHERIDAN — Jack CAR

| House. ;
| The aim of the book is to bridge

the gulf between the taxpayer and
| all public services.

Mr. Monck is an éngineer.

land. She has been in Trinidad
for about six months staying witn
Betty Rapsey’s family; Betty is a
frequent visitor to Barbados.

The only person she knew here,
she told Carib, was Miss Pat Egan,
whom she met in Trinidad during
Carnival,













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Mr, Monck.
Next mystery.

»

ae Who is Don BETTERIDGE, “ AT TO DUBLIN”
Return Visit euther of Spies Last? ith RAYMOND LOVELL — GUY MIDDLETON
R. AND MRS. HARRY None other than the king of ali i and introducing MURIEL PAVLOW
COCKRELL, and _ their cloak-and-dagger men — the in- Directed by LAWRENCE HUNTINGTON
daughter Brenda returned to imitable Bernard NEWMAN, : British Pict
Antigua yesterday by B.W.LA., Sir you may now uncloak. An Associated Bri ure

after spending five weeks’ holiday
with their friends the Peterkins
and the Edwards,

They were in Barbados in 1945,
when they spent six months and
this is a return visit.

Their friends Mr. and Mrs.
Templeton were at Seawell to see |
them off.

Having A Wonderful Time
RS. BELLE de COTEAU of
Granby’s Store, St. George’s
Grenada and Miss Annie Clyne, of
St. David’s, Grenada are now
winding up their three weeks’
holiday here as guests at “Crystal
Waters”, Worthing.
They told Carib on Tuesday

Dan BILLANY would prob-
ably have developed into one otf
the finest of our younger novel-
ists. His story, The Trap, is be-
ing published — without revision
—by Faber. It was written in
an Italian prisoner-of-war camp.
Billany was mortally wounded in
an encounter with an informer.

Exciting subject for an excit-
ing author. Graham GREENE
is working on a biography of
R. L, Stevenson.







i and ostrich p

nes

rmade this huge cartwheel
mips race meeting.
London Erpress Service.

Now Skirts Get Longer
Again

hai at the Long

PICTURED HERE are a group of the guests who attended the party
on board the Royal Netherlands Steamship “Willemstad” on the
occasion of her first visit to Barbados since she was re-named and
re-conditioned.

—L.E.S.

MONEY FGR OLD PIMMS
NEW YORK.

Best summer jobs in the New

York area have just been given

HERE was a party on board
the'Hoyal Netherlands Steam-
ship “Willemstad” yesterday after-

With Gulf Oil In

Venezuela




C r : that they had made so many e by POPPY RICHARD to 12 pretty models. All they
mone pene occasion of this M*. see MRS. em RYAN friends and were having such a have * do for all expenses paid
ship's first visit to Barbados since - who are with the Gulf Oil wonderful time that they were PARIS. Other models switched back off}and a small salary is to. sit
it was re-named and re-condition- in Venezuela will be returning tc finding it hard to leave. telubs

Longer skirts and huge hats the face with the brim silhouetted
made the fashion news at Long-— in a flower pattern, or were faced
champ race meeting. with cane in a chair-seat design.

ed. The-“Willemstad’ was form-

around the nightclubs ordering 4
erly the S.S. “Socrates”.

hot

Venezuela on Sunday after spend-

ing a short holiday at the Ocean Second Visit

British-made weather drink

A MUTINOUS CREW...

Almost the entire family rion creey3 ae ee eg ee Se Women ignored the prevailing Keynotes were simplicity and|—~?imms.
a ennsylvania an is wife from * trend, with skirts longer than elegance. ies bs,
Agee did Aro wpa regen es : Wisconsin; this is their first visit NOW back in Barbados for their |those’ shown in the leading dress- There were many chemisier IMEMBER A RAGING TYPHOON... :
the E ir Th a Wed oe to the island. They arrived on second visit, They arrived about| aking houses, usually touching frocks——tucked in the Fath and RE ai 4
Sg debe iy be eres Wednesday by B.W.I.A a week ago and will be staying 0n |the caif. Dior manner—jumper suits were next Saturday

rain or

until June 4 as guests at the

. ‘ ‘ Hats—instead of slantin for- worm by some of the smartest moonlight, there's is a ga)
films of" the West Indies cricket Lots of Rain Worthing Guest House. ward * the “fashionable” aaite ~ women. time at
team led by skipper John Goddard R. FRED GANDERT who . Mr. and Mrs. Stiles were here| are still worn on the back of the | Mamy women carried a fortune

in action in England.

in July-August last year when CASUARINA CLUD
they spent a month’s hobiday.
They said that they had a very

delightful stay then and were

im gold and diamonds on a lapel.

Clips were the favourite orna-
ments, worn in pairs, Real jew-
ellery is pushing couture junk out

spent the past three and a
half weeks holidaying in Grenada
returned on Wednesday from
Grenada by B.W.I.A. In Gren-

head, framing the face.

The whole effect, gave a much
more feminine and better bal-
anced silhouette than the “official”

Returning in November
[SAVEG by the “Willemstad”












starring







2 i —¢ 2 . JEFFREY
i yearn ex route to Enda he tld Cnt in hey have OQEM fant e anthr ore one | Sees hamian ai eel bet : cm oat eh
Tom Paten, who will be returning CCCP Paving lots or rain, and one rade Commissioner stationed in| Women seemed disinclined to req carnation in their button- ROYAL (Worthings) We ‘ RUSSE
to Barbados by the French liner rE rng” planter told him that for /Goracas. “ trust the mid-August temperature. holes. PAY EDGAR MICHAEL
“Colombie,” in November. this time of the year, it was the Two out of three Visitors wore a Mamy shoes, bags and gloves TO-DAY 5 & 8.30 LON r O'SHEA

May Settle Here hardest rainfall that they had for CROSSWORD very trim suit tightly waisted. were white and heels very high, and Continuing NEY . BERGEN

’ ° ext favourite model was a smar despite the gravel. ¢ RMS
y many years Next f ite model + p gr A OBERT ARMSTRONG

R,.AND MRS. G. VANNECK Cousins black frock. Republic Pictures present : with ELLEN CORBY * ROBEY sostt®

who--arrived yesterday by R. I. SIMMONS and his The black and white combina- Smartest woman In the paddock “THE KID FROM i pirected by pi ‘ond William €. Thomas
the “Willemstad”, will be in Bar- M young daughter returned to tion led; there was plenty of grey wore a simple bottle-green shan- CLEVELAND” --4 produced by William H: F
bados,. for five or six months, g Lucia on Wednesday by and white and some navy. tumg frock and a matching box Starrin| he

ig
staying at the Windsor Hotel. Enormous black straw hats, felt jacket with a big black velvet hat George BRENT, Lynn BARI

B.W.1I.A, He was the St. Lucia







Mr. Vanneck, now retired, was or velvet cartwheels or saucy rolling off the face. ; | and introducing

formerly Chief’ Engineer of, the eae ee oe little white shapes are almost a World Copyright a: Rusty TAMBLYN ca Contining Daily
elephone Co., in Caracas, They ad , . uniform in Paris at the moment —(L.E.S.

Say gag to oy imag ee and wpartintele” Hastines” Howell of oe d 3 at 5 & 8.30 p.m.
e it so much, they are building a * aoe } ‘adele

house near the Golf Club and’may On Third Visit + 42 ranaa EMPIRE



settle here when it is finished.
They were met on board the
‘Willemstad’ by Mr. Jack Egan.
Among their luggage was a base
of golf clubs so no doubt they wil!

R. AND MRS. GERALD
BURKE who live about ten
miles outside of Port-of-Spain
where Mr. Burke is the Cane



TO-DAY 2.30 & S80 PDP PSPS SPDSIOD SPSS PPDOP SD POOPOPD DIP DFOIPP PP IDOOG
SAT. to TUES, 4.45 & 8.30 ||| $?°??* orn eee Te

20th C-Fox present st









io tag | GLOBE THEATRE

bo play! . c Farmer Superintendent at Orange Across :

playing quite often at the Grove Sugar Estate, arrived on! \. where you read all about an > ‘AR é

Rockley Golf Club. Wednesday morning by B.W.LA,| gone ina mage o. i, “OH YOU BEAUTIFUL « STARTING TODAY at 5 and 8.30 p.m. %
Married in Canada to spend three weeks’ holiday} ' tin ‘(a ee DOLL COLUMBIA'S BIGGEST AIR EPIC %

staying at Sea View Guest House. Portia likened it to something) with s . g

ISS THELMA SKINNER, why ee et ee third visit to| that. is uwice picssed, ‘tay S. Z. Sakall, +

‘ ge been living in Canada py. ados 4 Ty the sun it 18 @ period of rest | Charlotte Greenwood ® STARS MAKE A FILM %

‘or the past two years was married ~~“ ~ yas a al } x i WORT — Noah BEERY

in Toronto on May 13th to Mr On Honeymoon a PRR lin haan ith daca ite Sees 7

Dann Kieffer of Jamaica.
For the time being, the newly

R. AND _ MRS.

NOEL
GRANADO who arrived on

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% Thomas MITCHELL

Richard BARTHELMES

2 Ss . it big Cricketers in England.
weds plan to settle there. Wednesday morning by B.W.LA.,] ( Phe an woree wou ts (4) | , The three friends ‘stroll tqs.mee ae i poree wus ee end gs CARY
from Venezuela to spend their] ' \'' ° #4 consequence (5) | Hastie. ror a oe ia cadlict duptieeds, SPRY eek
) Trini si WwW uu ate aul oe an h nas resent, says _ is rather su d. ;
With Trinidad Hockey honeymoon in Barbados are}?! ji) gui ts gui this. te Rise eas you to look its a beautiful coat,’ he says. ROXY we fl
Team staying at the Hotel Royal, and] és \ou wil find they may oe at our coys heose which we 2 must be prom of it (0mm
‘ ‘ are . g taken from tour oarsmen 34 n] th ipst.”” Ras e ‘'t have a ame with
RS. VERA GRAHAM-SMITH wie be td eg me aur in} 2" 3 oe alter # ple departure ay } Te 2 ' “ gi : oe Se aia will you TO-DAY to SUN. 4.45 & 8.30
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and her young son Geoffrey Venezuela, studying Economics. A comiGetade resting place (6 present.” | Flaver hoore But Rastus locks 20th C-Fox present .

arrived from Grenada on Wednes- In India and Persia

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Hotel. She will be here for about BAZELGETTE and small mew page AXYDLBAAXR Rod CAME oN
a and 8 ere weeks before re- odie accents le i nae this means seciusiva bLONGFELLOW ae = i -- mee +
urning to her home in Trinidad, Barbados. Mr. Baze ns pee 0 a. eee y
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Trinidad Hockey team in British GTOUP of Oil Companies in Vene-| |) fa "this is rapid, (3) for the three L's, X for the two O's. etc. Single letters, apos- ere A Columbia Re-Release SUA AA MALAOARAAAOASS
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Uliana is expected to join her i vecome one. (4) & TOMORROW : PLUS :
here at the end of the week. over 18 years “Jack Bazelgette » A reguiar occupation of the Each day the code letters are different. 430 & 8.15 : :

has served in the Political Service
in India and later in Persia, and
is President of the British Associa-
tion in Caracas.

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. BY THE WAY By Beachcomber |

HE gentleman who hag com-
plained that nightingales are
interfering with his enjoyment of
radio is certainly in tune with
“the best contemporary thought.”
Scientists will soon be called
upon to invent something that
will stop bird-song, the chirping
of crickets, the buzz of bees, the
lowing of herds, and all those
other-outworn sounds which were
harmless enough in the dark ages
before radio. In those lonely
parts of the country where black-
birds and thrushes make it diffi-
cult to concentrate on a broad-
east of engines warming-up for a
motor-race. B.B.C. engineers
ought to be able to do something
to end this menace. We are not
living in the Middle Ages.

stricted menus as “free meals”.
It will help along the illusion of
equal shares for all. I wonder
what planus the restaurateurs have
for substituting some surprise
charge for all the abolished extra
charges, so that the five-shilling
nvéal, instead of costing £2, as it
used fo do, may be brought up to,
say £5. And what if the hordes
of rich Americans, for whom the
change has been made, still prefer
Paris? It will then be “Vienna
steak” again at 9s. 6d. a gobbet
instead of 5s. 6d.

I give up

A forthcoming revue will in-
clude songs written by King
Phumiphon. One is described as
a sensuous beguine.

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when, on coming home each night,
he refused her request that he
ould kiss the cat. Souvent
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The Late Lord Wavell



AN APPRECIATION
BY LIDDELL HART

Cabled from London by

Field Marshal Lord Wavell

Our Own Correspondent

LONDON, May 24.
is dead. What will be history’s

verdict? Liddell Hart famed military writer, in a biographi-

cal feature in the London Evening Standard answers “Much

depends on whether Wayell’s critics or admirers have
greater influence in the shaping of history”.

Manley Leads
Labour Day
Parade

KINGSTON, Jamacia, May 25.
Jamaica’s first Labour Day
City-wide parade was staged in
Kingston on Wednesday Empire
Day, by T.U.C., and P.N.P.
Since 1938, May 24 was regard-
ed here as Labour Day instead
cf May 1 because of its anni-
versary of labour uprising.

Heading the parade were
Norman Manley, P.N.P. leader
and Ken Hill, T.U.C. General

Secretary. The Police were on
guard through the city but no
incidents occurred. Bustamante’s
industrial Trade Union marked
the anniversary with a celebra-
tion in Bustamanfd’s South
Ciarendon constituency.

These celebrations were fol-
Jowed today by an invasion of
unemployed Kingston workers
while members of the House of
Representatives were discussing
the budget. The invaders were
rejected by the Police squad.
The reason for their action is
the victimisation claim of the
Kingston workers on the an-
nouncement by Bustamante this
week that the Kingswood films

jobs would go to Clarendon
workers since the film city
would be established

parish.



T’dad Oil Workers
Get More Wages

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, May 25
Workers in Trinidad’s rich oil
belt have just been granted wage
increases involving one and a half
million dollars per year in agree-
ment between Oil Fields Workers
Trade Union which was signed
this morning. Solomon Hochoy,
Labour Commissioner who presid-
ed at the talks said “Certainly an-
other milestone in the history of
industrial relationship as well as
a farther advance completed self-
government within the industry.

Economic experts here agreed
that the pact may have far-reach-
ing effects on the economic sta-
bility(im the, vast oil belt upon
which thousands of homes depend
for their livelihood. New wage
rates retroactive from March 4.



in that) him by

There are, says Hart “too ma
factors still unclarified to reac’
conclusive judgment.

In general, the admiring view
is nearer the mark in my veiw”.

Hart says it is easy to under-
stand how the adverse view flour-
ished, Wavell was “exceptionally
inarticulate exeept on paper, for
a man with such an active mind.

It was rare for him to converse
at all easily. In contrast his let-
ters were uently expressed”.

This inarticulateness is attrib-
uted as the reason for the failure
of Wavell to become head of the
Army as Chief of the Imperial
General Staff in 1937.

Hart reveals for the first time
that it. was only at the last
moment that Gort was chosen in-
stead of Wavell and says “Wav-
ell’s inarticulateness and the
popular appeal of Gort’s V.C.
were the factars in turning the
scales of the Cabinet's decisi

Discussing Wavell’s interests in
life outside the military sphere,
Hart tells the
story as related








himself
f how when a
Winchester
scholar, the

eadmaster re-
proached Wavell






g on
F Ghurehilt’s “ine
“creasiag distrust
of Wavell” and
the decision in
1941 to replace
Auchinleck, Hart says, it
is probable that Wavell would
have proved a greater Commander
if his chance had come when he
was rather younger.

A General in the service of a
slow moving democracy who
hopes for security of tenure and
fame should be careful to defer
his appearances on the stage until
late in a wer when resources are
becoming abundant.

Too early an arrival in the
leading role was Wavell’s chief
mistake—but no fault of his. He
had more gifts for high command
than most of those who exercised
it when the going was good and







Lord Wavell |

forces plentiful’.
Hart deals at length with
Wavell’s fortunes and misfor-

tunes in the early war and his
transference from the military to
the political sphere as Viceroy of
India,

LINGUA AFRIKAANS
CAPETOWN,
Stellenbosch University Debat-
fing Society have passed by a
Jarge majority a motion that
“English (language) has a0
chance of survival.”’ The speaker,



It is estimated that workers wil#|F. Harris, in moving the motion

get more than $300,000 back pay

said that Afrikaans was pro-

and their annual wage bill will]gvessing culturally at the expense



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

a

IN jovial mood when they met at Lahes ister Ho use
right) Mr. Acheson, Mr, Bevin and Mr. Schuman

to begin
Express



' Poured Water

Trygve Lie 7, (ool Him off
Back In U.S. °° ventas

@ From Page 1
lg is ¥
NEW YORK, going on to his face.

May 25.

“2 the Englishman said he then
h nite tions Secretary-
ein estes tn hrc e turned to the Ambassador and
yas fntrr his “cold war” talks in| 5@Y!ms “here catch this” tossed a

jug of water into Dr.

London, Paris and Moscow. He
cutstretched hands.

told reporters: “I have no reason
to be disappointed with my trip.”
““T hope to see President Tru-
man shortly,” he said when his
plane came down from the grey,
sodden skies. It had been “stacked
up” over the field for more than
an hour and a quarter owing to
fog. His meeting with reporters
was brief.

He recounted that he had met
the heads of the Big Powers, in-

on his paunch and_ struck
table at the same time,

chest.

table,

down a tumbler struck him

next table.

the

Taschert’ s
The Ambas-
sader missed the jug, which landed
the
while the
water in the jug splashed over his
Edwards said that he him-
self then walked back to his own
and just as he was sitting
in
the back and bounced off to the

The Englishman told the Wag-

cluding Premier Stalin and, after] istrate that at the time of the
mentioning his hope of seeing Mr.| incident he did not know the
Truman, said he would see the identity of the Ambassador, but

United States Secretary of State,
Dean Acheson, as soon as



learning it afterwards from the

to

POS-| manager of the hotel where the
oe _ wae — Rea ne incident occurred apoligised
abou CUR, FOr Peace OF) him.

war. He replied: “I am very hope-
ful of the whole situation.” He
then departed for his Long Island
home. He expects to hold a press}
conference, he stated, but gave no_
indication when it would take,
place,—| :

The Ambassador, however

| vey

dor, he refused,



saying ‘

Pearly Souvenirs [er ae



PRETORIA: “I said” Edwards continued, | ,,
Eating an oyster lunch in a] “We are not in Argentine now’’}
Pretoria restaurant, a man found} and we have different methods
four sizeable pearls said to be| here. “He (the Secretary) took

worth £50. An argument followed this to be a derogatory
as to who was the rightful owner,
but in the end the customer was
allowed to take them “as sou-
venirs”. Said the proprietor.
“Seeing he had bought the oys-

intended to be”.

Earlier
cution witness Mr.
concluded his evidence.
to him. On the other hand, this|
is a restaurant and not a jewel-

representative

State Trading Agency and

did
not accept the apology. When he|\
asked the Secretary of the Argen-
tine Embassy who was a member
of the Ambassador's party, to con-
his apology to the Ambassa~
‘it is an
affair for the police, and in Argen-
tine you would have been horse-

remark
about Argentina, which it was not}

today the chief prose-|
A. R. Karpf.|
He
ters I suppose they must belong: described himself yesterday as a}
of the Argentine
one

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West Indies
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There are indications that despite |
direct representauon

at the B.I.F.. referred to in a pre-
vious article, West Indian manu
faecturers have seored a _ bigger
success this year than twelve
months ago

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,otrating for peace,



“No One Will |
Be Hurt” |

BERLIN, May 25
The East German Government}
oday re-assured pare in the |
Soviet Zone that their ¢ ildren, |
now streaming to East Berlin’:
monster Communist Youth Rally,
were “perfectly safe in the pro-

tettion of the Government”
“Lmperialist warmongers have
preacd rumours suggesting that
the rally is likely to endanger
peace,” Premier Otto Grotewoh!
said in an official Government

announeement.

“None of the young people will
be hurt in Berlin,” he said. “The
Government will see to it that our
young people, who are demon
will receive
attention while

special care and

in Berlin.”

24 Arrested
Berlin police frequently
arrest groups of Free German
Youth members who are found
distributing or displaying illegal
propaganda material. The official
Communist organisation gave the
number of Free German Youth
arrested in West Berlin in the
oe three days as 24. There is no
ban on the Blue Shirts in West
} Berlin and individuals and small
‘groups of Free German Youth can
jwander around unhindered, a
jpolice spokesman said, “They
jmust not, however, mareh in an
Vorganined column, earry propa-

West

|ganda material or create distur-§Played a goalless draw today i:

bances.”

West Berlin newspaper 1 sday
)Yeported that “hundreds of Free
{German Youths” had already de-
‘fled strict orders not to enter the
western sectors and roamed
, through West Berlin on a “fact-
finding” tour, admiring the plenty |
jin the shops and the busy life on}
‘the streets. Allied observers on
the spot, however, said they had}
not yet seen a large-scale “inva-
sion” of West Berlin by curious
; East German youths. Headquar-

Island < ‘otton which has attracted \ters of the Free German Youth

e
Ww



Ii

stimulated by



nquires all parts of the
rorid This success Was no doubt
the interest shown
o the stand by the Royal Family

uring the visit to the Fair on the

rom

second day.

But business has been brisk

all the West Indies stands and the

te

| representatives have been promi-|ehurch of St. Pasquale
| nent among the many callers and | Tiber.

| th
| ix
| fr

mpo of enquiries has stepped up

‘ith each succeeding day.

American buyers and business

ey have shown distinct interest
1 cigars, basket work and tinned
uit juices



A Bermudan buyer
making enquiries about the coco-|
nut carvings. He had explained}
that American tourists like "ee
j objects as souvenirs and he hes
jasked whether the =
| “Jamaica” and “Trinidad” at pres-|
| ent inscribed on the coeonuts can
be changed to “Bermuda,”
Replying to the Court, Mr
Karpf, said today he thought the

reason for Edward’s “Stage behav

it

“T cannot

yur Was political.” He added:

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‘this morning said that the bulk
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expected within the next two
days.—Reuter.

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PRAGUE, May 25
The present state of the Stova These a ues
‘ommunist Party is not satisfac
tory, the Czechoslovak Fkureig
Minister, Villem Siroky, told
congress of the party in Lrati-
slava The Minister was com-

menting on the recently announced
dismissals, for “bourgeois nation-
alism”, of former Foreign Minis-
ter Vladimier Clementis and of
Ter Gustav Husak, former head
of the local Slovak Government
and the Member for Education

Ladisva Novomesky. He referrec
to the successful fulfilment of in-

dustrial and other targets in Slo-
vakia, but spoke of diMicuities |
which were being encountered in
introducing socialism and co-
operative farming in the villages
He said that in this particular
direction Slovakia had failed tc
accomplish the tasks set out at .

meeting of the Central Commit
tee of the Czechoslovak Commu-
nist Party held in Prague three
months ago.—Reuter,



Trinidad Draws
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(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN, May 25
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44 had not seen Victor von Henckel-Donnersmarck for
" Ss i; theta “and ere a) proditabitty of an Pearecion then, some parallel, Without 2 doubt| 16 years, and that these had been . one ie baeween, GUAVA JELLY 57 50
" Sra e re- truly, the gears grind slowly. the aid sent to Europe from: those silvery strands in his hair, that slight twite
é uppor t To uris —_ pinta ag oes ae The Australian ph is the North America is always a od in his ean ae could be written off as the Mc, Ewans BEER 26 20
5 iati Let ny reverse. Let us vote the money. i rtant “story” in the} norma! ravages of time. , J ai
THE Electors Association are to be con- | Asia. The Sydney Conference, Let us show the imbapoudacd United. States, where most of it] He seemed as cheerful as ever. But I watched :
3 gratulated on their wholehearted endorse- ues aso mange emgeelay oe. a es ae I that comes from, than in Europe, go ; him carefully =* we sat together talking in a Kur-
by, ment of tourism as an industry for hold South East” Asia s e a cks, us most of the aid is received. e | furstendam café.

t against make a gesture with as large an Marshall Plan also provides an-|
Communist advance, seems _to aggregate total as possible. Mr. other example of how to make
have gained a livelier reputation Spender has already got the these schemes work. In a sense it
—at least with the press—than “Spender Plan” to his name; and is administered as a mixture be-

Every now and again a look of fatigue came into
his face, a lisless timidity. And then I realised it.
His good. English-made pre-war clothes and

Barbados.



HERE 1S YOUR CHANCE



learned about Russia from Victor and the other
recently returned prisoners I have spoken to here
in Germany is more illuminating than anything I
gathered on my own carefully shepherded visits to
Russia, or wha I have heard from diplomat friends
who have returned from there since.

For these Germans had been sent to work in
parts of Soviet Russia which no foreigner has been
permitted ‘» visit.

Three of the men I talked with had been working
in Russia's top secret industrial area east of the
Urals

They had been there building factories and bor-

would be such an impression ae bitious schemes *.. bagi a4

i confidence that Communism could is now under way throughout the
Appoint nate Trem Canads. never take root. (To this simple British Colonies, under rule of
i view this writer does not sub- Treasury purse-strings, and that
scribe; Communism

so that all the schemes pull to-
gether, It has worked—in spite of
some moments of strain!

Dial 4472 & 4687 oie BECKWITH STORES

i ilki ; : ; his gay manner were just a little bit like the bright s
Their leader Mr. J. H. Wilkinson made it | the dull uncontroversial meeting he intends it to be spectacular. tween the “British, cautious soon lights on the buildings around us. They were to select first class
clear that the Electors Association will | @+ Colombo last January. ee se ae method” ant a eee there to hide the wiaaee eas in Sid quality
% : . s 4 : repo ere, the Gov- dashing scheme. ouble pro- Outwardly, however, I could find nothing in him
‘ support a policy which involves direct ee ne to a6 that ernments concerned would have cess goes on. In Europe the| to recall those ragged and toothless German prison-
‘ Government assistance of the new indus- | Gn the effectiveness ithe © ai control over how the money is to American administrators of thejers 1 had seen dragging themselves through the ENAMEL
i try. This policy he is reported as saying bo Conference ‘are now “doubting eee Bure ae we? ae ae ae thelr ecient may te gg ten By Se the pa nae
we 7 F . X ure ‘Ovi ents on 2 riven from oscow to gorsk,. r @ pale, nol- >
t on Tuesday night will have to permit new, ee . 4 oe wee Peat on needs each yout, Tomy then atten: low Germans I had met in the tractor plant at ore & 12 pint
i : . » : a : S 5 rava- | Stalingrad. s ,
5 companies to import certain materials | divided opinions. What are the economic point of view the British pnt 4 ee Sana tor phir St ar. a. NN i mbes
» duty free and will give freedom from differences? Treasury’s attitude is the t«tter. nomies with each Government. At] turned to Berlin from Soviet Russia. Five years he LADLES
» 5 gee Spending money on raising stand- the « time, on the other side} had spent there as a prisoner of war. Five years SOAP DISHES
} taxation in the early years of growth. Journalists might be called in ards of living in comparstively of the Atlantic, the money is!on bread and cabbage. Five years without word BOWLS—4 sizes
i The same evening Mr. Fred Goddard re- 2 LD acide pees chek of working in coal mines, EWERS—2 sizes
y 7 oe le ; o.4 ress and the Appropriation Com-~| on buiiding sites, in factories. 3
i ported on his recent visit to Venezuela. concerned with how to make the of finding men and re cure2s. TL ot Canivese examine, omesines tes tablatiamt with abun Gitiher Gece CHAMBERS—3 sizes
. oe ees rseoaoney hd ae atk taeee eg a geist ae point, the propeaals mn man prisoners as his fellow, workers, but ean see SLOP PAILS
i i - ; reso . ’ P OW ie money 1s to spent.! with Russians alongside him; ussians an e-
x One of his statements that at Easter time Australian Foreign Minister and supply than cash. So good sense ppis is a brand of titanic struggle,| portees from the territories annexed by the Soviet — AT —
BR Sr batons sworn. villtore to: | eae Sei ee ae tine eal. ate a Setiny ane ee ee, a ee oni
5 g a y arter~ make the figures that come 1
t Barbados had to be turned back because have declared that they aim at wards. Europe exactly equal to the dollars) gut there were five - in which this now 40- | SO OTR Cae
‘ of the lack of hotel accommodation here raising morale in South East Asia. ‘The Australians, though, have {hat come from the United aoe. year-old army surgeon, son of one of Germany’s s 3
' at the time adds further weight to the They, with their advisers, think strong arguments of psychology eo Op i amar rie Bee peniniest and bet SOOWe., ceiies, | Sahee eae juccessors to |
statements of Trans-Canada Airlines that if the cguntries of Asia feel on their side. They can point to pie ual in the plan. But the e i e of pos -war Soviet tussia at first hand. R
spokesmen who report similar heavy dis- that help is coming then there the fact that one of the most am- a ardintatentions Of aid is desisned He got to know many of its secrets. What I have c S. PITCHE ; & CO, LTD.





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Foreign Ministers’ idea that money (nuts), and the Colonial Develop- fee jag “public relations” - in
must be spent for political reas- ment Corporation have over ber ot hh the journalist specialises,
ons, what are the alternatives? £200 million pounds of resources c yeas aw What. would
Britain, (which means the Treas- and yet they seem to foster, ON€ Very § wat

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he } f th 1 df h this case), suggests that a large ist influence. And it can be ied ri tamning They have put up new W orks in the secret town : ‘ "
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tempted overnight. Obviously which first struck the imagination year. The tradition of the boring
spreading £10 million yearly have now come to be regarded Cocameawealth, von mee oa
would give about one Shilling to as a means of “bolstering up the pee ° — ae
each person, If the Commonwealth old order and keeping the native decisions being ' ane atohad re
can only afford an expenditure on happy.” That, the Australians and eenpromises, vee pa . 4g mt
capital equipment of a few - would claim, is so psychologically in private—fina ast amet
ings annually on behalf of each wrong that a similar scheme must almost meaningless comm 11949, When my ex-tank officer informant arrived.
person then the money has to be be avoided in South East Asia. ee mora Se See ccc At the time he left in December the machinery,
spent peruinte ey: e a ee” eee eaneae Sete reat -and, petier still, the y Which ware Se ren Se been —e around
gon tennys i a. —,. pe ee a © dmathan the aims of all are the same. The ee ou a le. hac = been inne ro in newly
doubling, say, © . D expe! : eink tional Spender Plan is taking shape, not uilt shops. y now, e says, the works are sure
the poorest. And when H.M.'s “news value” of interna to be in full production. |

Treasury starts to examine the schemes. The Marshall -Plan is being shelved. = Construction of the vast manganese works near
cee eeeeeseneeeeceasracaaiesicerasieianeasia?”

‘ a v by had begun early in 1946. They were in produc-
imported. What objection could there be tion by the end of 1949 with machinery supplied by

to importing a little more to feed visitors | Mook Review the Soviet-owned factories of Eastern Germany. es
spending their dollars here and at the NO SUNDAYS! :
same time employing ata high level many It was the same story with the new coalpits con- ‘

3 structed at Karabas: the jet aircraft factories at 7, y
; people who are now employed. lll i G ai Smolensk; and the paper and pulp works at An- IN OUR w OOLLEN DEPT.
wee ream DUSE BAD Ge WC Maa [se 206 the paper - -
Production in the pits and factories, however,
By Tan Gaale George. The | was low and costly in terms of the manpower em-
°

Work on it had only begun in 1947. At Kuthaif,
in Georgia, the Russians have built up entirely
with German prisoner labour the Opel motor-car
factory which they had removed after dismantling
it near Berlin.

Only two shops had been put up by February

night “There are a few people who think
it (Tourism) would send up the cost of liv-
ing of local residents almost immediately.
I have never held that view. The price of
eggs has risen from one penny to ten cents
each without any influx of tourists, As
is well known nearly all of our food is

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A BUNGALOW BY THE BEACH house above St.

community to want to depend on sugar for By DERRICK BALL author went into ecstasies about | ployed. |
i our economic existence. If these people (Peter Davies 12/6) queer myself, but all the same it vee Le pape | aay bf bye rey ae was long and arduous everywhere, I
are satisfied with the present standard of little was so funny that I laughed until 2nq describes it as the kind of} Any time off granted for holidays or political cele-

INDING a bungalow } cried,
beneath the palms and near ; y
enough a beach for a swim before When Grenada was in sight at

house in which it would not be | brations had to be made up by extra work. That!
gs plaee ° sit Le tie ca applied to Russians as well as German labour. |
to the With your hat on. marvelous “Last year,” said Victor, “the shop I was in}
breakfast is not as ee i ae Mr. so eee the a safe houseless house—nothing more | worked 23 weeks on end without a break; 23 weeks !
sounds, and the author aptaim “A ~ than a tin umbrella conveniently | without a Sunday.”
rife had an adventurous time passage. I wished I could have . a eee 3
w , 4 dmiral instead Peld over our heads by a few On the whole the Germans’ relations with their
before they eventually found their made him an a «sal wooden poles.” Rilsnian: Fallows torarieee ’
Casibbaan hehe. hesitated before taking one myself, . Russian fellow workers seem to have been friend-
paral for up to that moment tobacco had = yr, Ball writes well, and wit me or with Russians below the rank of nachal-
Mr, Ball’s first impressions of |,ean) well outside my sphere of ti1y, He has found his little bit |™*- a5 the foremen are called.
the West Indies were gathered ia politeness, I took one, too. I wish of heaven and he appreciates it, z THEY BEG fi
Port-of-Spain—a city which he | offered him a_ cigarette.’ I But although the book is mainly The Germans were as sorry for the Russians as
soon grew to loathe. . recovery, but for tie sake of about life in Grenada it is also an they ye for ee In many places the Ger-
; », I hadn't. e face ore Me sytobio; hy, and one is con-|™ans with even their meagre prisoners’ fare felt
_ Like all oe P greed began to blur, I had to turn aslo stantly ended of the contrast | better off than the Russians, who had to pay for
impossible to wa a pegs ted quickly and cling to the rigging. petween) life at the bungalow and | their own food out of their miserable wages of be-
in the streets without b ns oo where the cigarette fell from my the author’s unhappy youth in| tween 200 and 300 roubles a month.
at by a bevy of ae y nervetess lips into the sea.” Canada, What that is you will realise when bread cost one
breaking into a jog ae Mage Happily the Balls found just the rouble a lb., margarine 2.50 roubles a lb., and but-
into a cool bar. And then, the little bungalow they had always I enjoyed every page of this/ter 32 roubles a lb. And those are the new re-
was that filthy hotel near the \onted after they had spent 2 book—Mr. Ball ‘exaggerates so | duced prices,

docks where they had to stay cnort time at a pl rding \ ! stan Wor ‘
pleasant boarding wonderfully! Often the Russian workers would beg from their
because they could not afford to German cotuwades. “Lend me a rouble,” they would

ray for a room in a more luxuriqus say, “so that I can buy myself a piece of b Pr Als
say, “‘s a a 3 ys g o read. : :
place, The dream began to fade, And they meant it. , x mie

and there was no response to their To me, however, the most fascinating piece of

soe inquiry for a bungalow by news that these men have brought out with them
e beach ie eg prere does exist in at least one area of the
| Eventually they decided try ovie nion, a resistance organisation which is
their luck i Grenada, aan oe amie defying the Communist Party and the
ing up their minds to arrive there secret police,
g up A MAFIA

in correct manner they went by Vict the first 1
victor was the first to tell me about the organi-
Of schooner travel he sation. I heard more details from Ludwig Kirche,

living their argument may be considered
sound. For those of us on the other hand
who want to see better conditions come
about in our colony something must be
done and if it is not to be tourism then let
there be some other secondary industry.
I. would like someone to tell me what
other industry would be more profitable,
more lucrative and more advantageous
than the hotel industry?”

But Mr. Goddard was as emphatic as
Mr. Wilkinson, as the representatives of
Trans-Canada Airlines, as this newspaper,
and as everyone with any practical know-
ledge of the tourist industry, that, unless
there is active encouragement of the tour-
ist industry, in the form of tax remission
on new industries and freedom of customs
duty on essential imports not obtainable
locally, then there is little to be gained by
advertising in a large way for tourists if
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schooner.
“It is dirty, hard,

on 500 rooms for their accommodation.
The benefit to be derived from tourism is

supported by all members of

ity. It has the support of the Opposition
party in the local House of Assembly. Can

the present Government of

the shape of the political party with a
majority) afford to regard tourism as other
than the next best industry after sugar and
still represent the interests of the people

of Barbados?



Our Readers Say:

To the Editor. The Advocate—

Sm,—I much enjoyed the ad-
dress of His Lordship the Bishop
at the Youth Service on Sunday
afternoon. It seemed to me par-
ticularly good, full of weighty
teaching and counsel, and ex-
pressed in clear and forceful
words which even young children
could not fail to understand.

But the voice has finished
speaking and others will inter-
vene. May I suggest that the ad-
dress should be printed as a leaf-
let and copies given to the heads
of the various youth organisations
attending the service—others too
perhaps—so that it can be again
put before the boys and girls and
young people. Thus it would be
likely to have the deep and per-
manent impression which it de-
served.

The service as a whole was well
transmitted over the Radio—we
are indebted to the Company for
enabling large numbers who, like
myself, were unable to be pres-
ent, to hear the address very
clearly.

There was, only one discordant
circumstance, I believe, and that

has this to say:

the commun-' |to scribble on,

The journey

Barbados (in | tically about

rough and cramped, except for
loilet facilities, which are enorm-
cus. No doors to lock, no walls

paratus to confound you.”

and Mr. Ball was musing roman—
the delights of
travelling in a sailing boat until
they reached the Dragon’s Mouth
and the schooner became involved
in a storm, The description of
the author’s seasickness which
follows is so realistic that after

no flushing ap-

began) smoothly,

reading a few pages I felt a bit







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an ex-infantry sergeant, who had first hand experi-
ence of its operation.

The organisation is a kind of terrorist Mafia which
holds sway over the vast army of Soviet-dominated
people-——sometimes estimated at more than 20,000,
000 men and women—who have been banished to
penal camps east of the Urals.

Objects of the organisation are: —

1. TO MAKE life in the camps and the new in-

| dustrial areas they serve as agreeable as possible

for its members by stealing food and clothing where
they can get them. 2

2. TO TERRORISE and exploint non-members
among the prisoners. 3

3. TO PROTECT its members from the camp
authorities and secret police, and to facilitate es-
capes to bandit life outside.—L.E.S,

Hope For Parents And Children

was that before the service was
well over and the big congrega-
tion dispersed the Radio started
shouting out one of these annoy-
ing advertisements. Surely Sun-
day might be kept free of them.
Shops and stores are closed, an@
we do not want buying and sell-
ing to be thrown at us during the
golden hours. We get too much of
it during the,week.

ae other point. I should like
to ay to those who are associated
in the effort “to promote spiritual
revival and emphasis” and help
the children, that we have made
a good beginning. We got our
appeal for the preservation of the
Sabbath into the press; we got the
co-operation of the Clergy who
take the Daily Morning Services;
and now we have this weighty
and forceful address by the
Bishop. There is hope for the par-
ents and young people in this di-
rection.

PROGRESS.
May 23, 1950.
Noise Box
To the Editor. The Advocate—
Sir,—Unfortunately, I am one of
those poor school boys who have

very sensitive ears, ang can do no
school work when there is too
much noise going on around me.
Here are the following conditions
under which I attempt to work, or
study if you could possibly call it
that. ‘
. .

Radio in front, Radio behind.
Radios on all sides
Perpetually the loudest of their kind,
never wishing to abide,
Their unwelcome racket!

. .

A little up—Road,

Is a piano master’s abode,

Whose fingers are a heavy load,

Whose object? wreck the d—n key-
board!

. . .

4 little further down the street,
Is a little man, unusually meek,
But his object in life,

The loudest radio and strife!

Now could any person reason-
ably expect a boy to study for an
exam under those wearying con-
ditions?

I would like to appeal to people
with any of the above noise-mak-
ers—for pete’s sake, think for once
that there is another person in this
small world besides you and youy
noise box. It may be above all, a
sensitive’ schoolboy—so kindly, if

for no other reason. turn that dis-
turbance of peace and plenty,
down for once!

OVER SENSITIVE SCHOOLBOY.

—Ence—Ense

To The Editor The Advocate

SIR,—So much nonsense has
been talked in public within re-
cent years in this island that the
intelligent section of the com-
munity seem almost unaware of
the growing danger which follows
allowing some of the things said
to go by default,

In other imstances there are
people in this community from
whom the others expect more
than froth and bubble when they
essay to address public audiences.

During last week the Barbados
Nurses Association held their
annual meeting and the Director
of Education delivered according
to your reports an address on
intelligence tests. This address
might have been admirable for a
gathering of teachers, but to a
meeting of a Nurses’ Association
it was a waste of time

Surely the Director must have
known that the relationship be-

tween the Association and the
general pbulic and the type of
educational basis which is needed
for appreciation of health and
sanitary services would be an
interesting topic for the occasion,

One last word; the fad of in-
telligence tests has been dis-
counted by some of the greatest
educational specialists in Great
Britain. In Barbados it is like age
grouping and supey~ annuation.
These were adopted before com-
pulsory education and so once
again the cart is being put before

the horse.
EX-TEACHER.
jo Trap

To the Editor, The Advocate —

Sir,—With reference to a letter
appearing in the “Advocate” in
which it is implied that the West
Indies Team are playing too many
matches and thereby a “trap” has
been laid, I crave a little space to
clear up the misunderstanding,

In the first place the W.I. fix-
tures were drawn up with the ap-
proval of the West Indies Cricket
Bowid of Control. It is utterly un-
true to say that the Aussies were

A Atte

given a day’s rest after every
match. This, ds you know, would
seriously dislocate the English
County Championship. It would
mean that the County playing
against the Audsies would also
have to rest before tackling the
visitors and so cause the entire
county fixtures to be 5rolonged.

I am told that the Australians
played in more matches than the
West Indies are scheduled to play
Certainly they played five ‘Tests’
of 5 days’ duration as compared
with our 4 ‘Tests’,

Perhaps the ‘men from down
under’ earned their day’s rest by
defeating their opponents, in
many instances, well within the
stipulated 3 days and so won this
rest which your correspondent
writes about.

No, Sir! the West Indies pro-
gramme is no more strenuous than
those of previous visiting teams to
England. Of course. it is also poss-

ible that. previous teams were also |

“trapped.”
Yours faithfully,

W. F. H.

Bridgetown,

25th May, 1950.

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The Governor

Gives A Prize
For Crane Beach

His Excellency the Governor, Mr. A. W. L. Savage on
Wednesday awarded a prize to the Senior Class of the St.

Philip Boys’ School for an exhibition of a

depicting the Crane Beach.

Police B t

and A

Empire W

‘mpire Week

Exhibition
A LARGE NUMBER of specta-

tors attended the Empire
Week Exhibition at Combermere
School Hall yesterday. School
children attending could be heard
making interesting comments on
the Exhibits.

The Police Band will be giving
a Concert at the School grounds
from 3.30 to 4.45 o'clock this
evening, and it is anticipated that
another large number of specta-
tors will be attending both the
Concert and the Exhibition.

Although this is only the second
Empire Week Exhibition to be
held in Barbados, the attendance
this year has been good so far,
and the interest was greater than
last year.

In recognition of the good work
submitted by the Schools, the
Committee of the League of
Empire has awarded two addi-
tional Prizes in the Junior
Division. One goes to St. Barna-
bas Boys’ School for a_ projet
scheme on the subject of “Wolfe
Goes To Quebec” while the Sharon
Mixed School received the other
prize for a scheme under the head
“The Settlement Of Barbados”. A
Fourth Prize in the Junior Division
was awarded to the Alexandra
School for the project “Barbados
Becomes A British Possession.”

In an interview with the
Advocate yesterday, Mr. V. B.
Williams, Honorary Secretary of
the Committee of the League of
Empire, said that it was desirable
that Advertising Managers of the
various local firms should visit the
Exhibition in order to look at the
posters and to see ideas of the
children.

He also pointed out that the
members of the Publicity Com-
mittee should also take the op-
portunity to see them as he
thought they could go a long way
in advertising the island.

Mr. Williams then spoke of one
poster sent in by the Girls’
Foundation School, advertising the
Air Service of the island by means
of a Flying Fish pictured between
a local fleet of fishing boats. He
said that he was of the opinion
that B.W.LA. or Trans-Canada
could make good use of this
poster.

He also referred to other posters
advertising horse racing, golf, sea-
bathing. yachting etc., and said
that the Publicity Committee
should be interested in some of
them.

' NEW Gasoline Service Sta-
tion was opened in St. John
yesterday evening. This Station,
situated at Four Roads, is owned
by Mr. P. A. Clarke and is the
only modern station in that parish.
The opening ceremony was
performed by Canon Moore,
Rector of that Parish, after which
Hon. J. D. Chandler spoke on
kehalf of parishioners.

Among those present were :
Hon. and Mrs. J, D. Chandler,
Hon. V. C. Gale, Dr. E. L. Ward,
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Knight, Mr.
and Mrs. H. A. Talma, Miss
Yvonne Talma, Mr. and Mrs.
D. H. L. Ward, Dr. and Mrs.
A. Scott, Mr. C. N. Reece, Mr.
and Mrs. C. N. Armstrong, Dr.
A. S. Cato, Mr. L. R. Toppin,
Mr. Tom Went, Mr. and Mrs.
Percy Stewart, Miss V. Inhies,
My. E. D. Inniss and Mrs. A. L.
Stuart.





Lecture Tonight

A LECTURE on “The Technique
of Dry Goods Salesmanship” will
be given by Mr. Stanley Edwards
at the Y.M.C.A. tonight at 8
o’clock, and a good turn out of
clerks is expected.

Prior to this a Discussion Group
will be held while the Table Ten-
nis Tournament takes place from
4.30 to 6.00 p.m.

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A packed hall listened to the
Governor, congratulating the Bar-
bados Branch of the League of
Empire on their initiative in
Staging the Empire Week Arts
Exnibition at Combermere School.
Mr. Savage said that the exhibi-
tion provided an opportunity for
the development of latent creative
talent.

Hundreds .of school
from many parts of the island
were at Combermere to see the
variety of exhibits from their
rival schools. Most of the draw-
ings were landscape sketches of
Barbados’ beaches and _illustra-
tions of the different attractions
of Barbados. Combermere School
won both the Senior and Junior
prizes,

The Guard-of-Honour,
prising of Cadets, Scouts, Girl
Guides .and members of the
Church Lads’ Brigade, was inspect-
ed by His Excellency accompanied
by Sir Allan Collymore, President
of the Barbados Branch and Capt.
Perkins. The Guard gave a
Royal Salute. ,

Those who sat on the platform
before the exhibition was declared
open by His Excellency were: Sir
Allan Collymore, Major Noot, Mr.
Terrence Clarke, Rev. and Mrs.
A. E. Armstrong, Hon. J. D.
Chandler, Major Glindon Reed,
Mrs. E. B. Williams, Island Com-
missioner of Girl Guides and Miss
Nora Burton. Assistant Commis-
sioner of Girl Guides.

com-

Inspiring

His Excellency who spoke after
Sir Allan Collymore said:

Many of us were privileged to
be present at the observance of
Empire Youth Sunday in the
James Stgeet Methodist Church
when approximately 2,000 of the
youth of this island were gathered
together as part of the immense
congregation which reached round
the world to thank God for His
many blessings and to dedicate
themselves anew to His service
itthrough their citizenship in the
commonwealth,

It was most inspiring. If only
the peace and intentions of that
service were rehearsed into
practical everyday life, not only
in this island but in the Common-
wealth generally, how truly we
would be an example and an in-

The unity of the British Common-
wealth is ever a problem to
foreigners. I remember during the
war years when I served in Pales-
tine among people to whom
Empire Day was foreign, their
difficulty in understanding how
people of different races and re-
ligion who had little personal
contact with each other, could yet
be drawn together in one family
with a unity of purpose standing
alone, yet defiant, in the face of
ruthless aggression ‘lest freedom
should perish from the earth.’

Talent

The celebrating of Empire Day is
directed towards fostering mutual
understanding in this great family
of the Empire and this exhibition
not only does that, but it provides
the opportunity for the develop-
ment of latent creative talent.

This exhibition gives some in-
dication of the possibilities and I
congratulate the Barbados Branch
of the League of Empire on their
initiative and the various schools
which have taken part on their
enterprize.

I hope I shall not offend any-
one if I give a supplementary
prize in the Senior section of this
exhibition and award it to St
Philip’s Boys’ School for the very
promising pictorial posters de-
picting Barbados beaches — and
in particular one of the Crane
Beach.

May TI in closing quote from a
song of the English by Kipling:—

Keep ye the law—be swift in all
obedience
Clear the land of Evil, drive tho

roads and bridge the fort
Make ye sure to each his own.

That he reap where hath sown
By the peace among the people
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Savage, reading the Empire Day Message
right of the Governor is Sir Allan Collymore,
Noott, Headmaster of the School, and Rev. A. E,

Two Hundred Venezuelans RICE COMES

Were Turned Back
No Rooms In Barbados

Mr, Fred Goddard, M.C.P., told hundreds who attended the
Electors’ Asscciation meeting in Bridgetown on Tuesday
night how he and Mr. Iversen, Manager of the Marine

FROM B.G.

Arriving for Barbados among
the “Marion Belle Wolfe’s” cargo
on Wednesday was 1,750 bags of
rice from British Guiana.

Firewood, charcoal, 8-ft. and
12-ft. posts, wallaba poles, paling
staves and pieces of sawn green-
heart were also included in this

Hotel interviewed all the leading tourist agencies and B.W.I.| vessel’s cargo.

Airways the only ’plane service direct from Caracas here.

“Every assistance and hospital-; been displayed by all classes of
ity were extended to us,” he said,| Barbadians towards these people
“and on all sides there were en- Another striking .feature corm-
thusiastic expressions of hope for| mented on was the low cost of
the accomplishyent of our pur-
pose — a successful tourist busi-
ness.
We were told that all the Vene-
zueians who had visited Barbados
during the Easter season—ana
they were a-very large number—
were extremely pleased and satis-
fied with the accommodation and
welcome they had received at our
hands, and that they had expressed
the wish to return to the colony
in the future for their vacations.
The agencies told us that the
accommodation that the island
could offer had been sold out four
weeks in advance of the trip, and
had we more rooms available,
they could have sold at least an-
other two hundred seats on the
‘plane,
This is but the beginning, for
with these visitors returning to
their homeland with such won-
derful tales of this colony, you
can well imagine the numbers
that will want to come over in
future.

Price of Whisky

cost of living in Venezuela, This
was not surprising for Venezuela is
an expensive place even to Amer-
icans. From this you can gather
how expensive it is to live there
To give you an idea of relative
prees, a whisky and soda in Car
acas cost $1.75, Barbados money
and shoe shine 50 cents.

When we left here we knew that
we were not going on a pleasure
cruise, We went to work. We had
specific offers to make the result
of which will be declared as soon
as the plans made are finalised in
Trinidad. As a matter of fact, the
Manager of the Marine Hotel
leaving here tomorrow for Trini-
dad to clinch the deal we negoti-
ated in Caracas. I do not wish to
mention the details as I do not
think it wise at this stage. I can
tell you, however, that with the
co-operation of B.W.I. Airways in
Trinidad, we will be able to make
the announcement of these details
next week,



. P We did not go only in the

It is the common belief that iflinterest of our hotel group, we
Barbados advertise in. any ante went to sell Barbados to the
onable degree in the outside world.) Vanozuelan tourists and the

there are a_ sufficiently largé
number of people in the dollar
areas apart from Venezuelans
only too enxious and willing to
spend their vacations in Barba-
dos. The present hotel accommo-
dation in the island, however, is
wholly inadequate for the pur-
pese.

Now there are many reasons
why people would want to spend
their vacation here. Undoubtedly

negotiations were conducted along
those lines.

$50,000,000 U.S.

Every Commission that has ever
investigated the economic possi-
oilities of Barbados has
declared that the natural second-
ary industry of the island should
be tourism. We have developed

: 2 ; sugar and sugar alone almost to
one of the main attractions is he the full. With the mechanism of
good sea-bathing obtainable the that industry we have to find
year round in clear blue water oo Pie” Pdi neds
which splashes so delightfully on wor k for those who have bee 0
our white coral beaches displaced. How are we to do this

A feature that has heen re-; The tourist industry. in any
marked on by more than one, country employs an average of 14

to 14 persons for every visitor.
This has nothing to do with taxis,
their purchase of handicrafts and

of all Barbadians towards the vis-
itors. Indeed it was heartening to





hear of the friendliness that had] general shopping in the main
shopping centres which can be very
considerable.

agency, was the friendly attitude
I was told while in Caracas that

that.

With the present state of taxa-
tion, I regret to say that I can
never see any new capital being
attracted into the hotel industry
unless in inducement equivalent
to that offered by the governments
of Trinidad and Jamaica be given
by the local government.
cannot talk of advertising

Annual General Meeting
Barbados Cricket Associa-
tion, Queen’s Park at 4.30
p.m,

Mobile Cinema; Government
Industrial School,
Philip, at 7.30 p.m.

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From St. Lucia, the schooner
‘United Pilgrim S.” brought sup-
plies of fresh fruit—including
mangoes, cocoanuts, copra and
charcoal while the schooner
‘Marie Stella” brought pieces of
equipment for use at Seawell
along with 100 tons of coal in
bulk. ¢
These schooners were seeking
berths in the Careenage yester-
day to discharge their cargoes.



28 Return From

Bermuda

A second batch of 28 Barba-
dians returned to the island from
Bermuda on Wednesday by the
motor vessel “Golden Ranger”
These men have been thrown out
of jobs because of the closing down
of H.M. Dock Yards.

Returning were J. Henderson,
H. Pollard, M. Drake, A. Hunte,
A. Husbands, L. Knight, C.
Taylor, O. Prescott, J, Forde, N
Brathwaite, R. Griffith, C. John-
son, E. Clark, S. Lord, C.. Wor-

rell, G. Reid, R» Yearwood, W.
Worrell, G. Welch, G. Crawford,
F. Harding, J. St. Clair Evelyn,
G. Forde, C. Best, C. Wilson,
Cc. St. Clair Als, Vv. Ward,
B, Small.

This batch consisted of skilled
and unskilled labourers, carpen-
ters, masons and mechanics.

The Gold Ranoer left port the

aiways| Same day for Trinidad,

£2 For Negligence

FOR driving the motor lorry
M.1605 without due care and
attention on Waterford Road on
April 4, Irvine Lloyd of Collymore

Rock was find £2 and 2/- costs to
be paid in 14 days or in default

‘Tone month’s imprisonment by His

Worship Mr. B, Griffith, yesterday,

Hospital Staff

IN the dehate on the inerease of the
staff of the General Hospital whict
tcok place in the Lexislative Council o1







the Cubans who visited Miamf} Tuesday Hon Vine Gale was reported
ok - 7 _ Qi as saying that the number of patient
Court of Ordinary at 11.00 last year spent no less eo ay hathatinae onesie end’ diet on
a.m, 50,000,000 American dollars there] Medical Sta was keeping pace
Police Band at Combermere in shopping. The Venezuelans What Geile sald was that the
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Meeting of Agricultural So- place of all the South American] this increase,
ciety at 3.00 p.m. countries, spend far more than



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The Highways and Transport
are widening the Ivy Road. This
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Brought 4
Passengers

FOUR passengers got off here}
yesterday when the Dutch passen- |
ger liner “Willemstad” called in
while on its maiden trip to
Plymouth, England,

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Sugar Going
To Canada

THE 4,483-ton Sheaf Mead call-
ed here yesterday to load 2,600
tons of sugar for Montreal and
220 puncheons, 2 barrels and 30
cartons of molasses for Port
Alfred, Canada.

This ship will be loading for
four days. It is scheduled to sail
for Canada on Sunday night,

The Sheaf Mead is another of
thy Saguenay Terminals Line
which trades between the West
Indies and Canada.

49-Y ear-Old

Drowned

LYLE GALL a 49-year-old
porter of Martindales Road while
bathing at Browne's Beach, Bay
Street, on Wednesday, May 24
was drowned about 12.05 p.m

A post mortem examination
was performed by Dr. A. 8S. Cato
the same day and an inquest nas)

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been fixed for today.



Speeding Costs £3

MARTIN RICHARDS of Indus-
try Road, Bush Hall was fined £3
and 2/- costs to be paid in 14 days
or in default undergo*‘one month's
imprisonment by His Worship Mt
8. Griffith yesterday for speeding

while driving the motor car LL

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Fell From Horse:
Injured Shoulder

VINCENT HAREWOOD, a 22-
year-old plumber of Padmore
Village, St. Philip, was injured on
his shoulder yesterday morning
after falling from a horse along
Easy Hall Road, St. Joseph. The
horse is the property of Ezra
Harewood of Philip’s Village,
St. Joseph,

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CHASE & SANBORNE isi a tenets, $1.75
COFFEE, 1-lb. tin $1.48 FRYS HAZEL NUT
BLUE MOUNTAIN CHOCOLATES,
COFFEE, Be ae. eee. packs ...... $1.62, 90c.
“lb. pek. 45c. FRUIT CENTRES,
CHOICE JAMAICA Rah. iss a |
ee . & 40c. A TED
O.K. COFFEE }-Ib, 43¢. Choe
THE PHANTOUIS FURIOUSAT THE I] (NOW ALL THE JUNGLE WLLEEAUTZE] [THEY HAVE THE PRANTOM=HE Te | | 9) Vem
DESTRUCTION DEALT TOHIS NONE CAN STAND AGAINGT US/ALL| |POWERLESS+ALL HOPE FORUS [6 |
TET COULD ONLY FRIENDS. of | WILLCOME TOSEE THE APE IDOL | [GONE! THE APE IDOL WiLL RULE. ~|
f mL m_FINISH YOU.



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FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1950



CLASSIFIED ADS. |

Telephone 2508.

DIED

LOVELL—ALVIN G. LOVELL (Seaman)
formerly of Beckles Road in Liver-
vool, England on 18th May, 1950.
B.G. Papers please copy.

26.5.50—in



In loving memory of our dear father
and husband ALBERT RELGPAVE, who |
fell asleep on May 26th 1949 i

One year has passed since that sad dav. |

When the one we loved was called }

way,

The blow was sudden the shock severe

We did not even know that death!

was near

But Jesus knew what was best |

And took dear papa with him. to rest. |
Ever to be remembered by Adona/
Belgrave (wife), a dear friend, Elliott |

and seven other children.
26.5.50-Un



In loving memory of our dear husbend |
and father GEORGE AUBREY CRAVE |
FORD, who fell asleep on May 25th 1948 |

Jesus knows best he called the one we |

loved to rest

And could not save

To you who have a husband |

Cherish him with care ,

For you never know value |

Until you see his vacant chair.

Dear father we miss you so dear to|

our hearts

From thee we would never, have never

desire to parg,

Since heaven hath claim thee we could

not refrain

We will meet never to part again. ,

Ever to be remembered by Ruth Craw-
ford (wife), Beresford, Martin, Austin
Ervine, Aubey, Peter, Paul (sons), Joy
(daughter), Emily Rice (mother-in-law),
Rice's family and Denis Blades (friends)

26.5.50—In.



In loving memory of our dear mother
REPRECCA SLAVOURY, who departed
this life on 26th May, 1949,

One yeer have gone since that sad day.

When the one we loved ‘vas called

away

The blow was sudden the shock severe

We little knew that death was near,

Put Jesus knew just what was best

And took dear mother home to rest

Ever to be remembered by W. S
Slavoury, Mrs. Gladys Young, Samuel
Bavid Simpson. 26.5.50-—In.



In lovirig memory of my dear mother
ROSAMOND LASHLEY, who fell asleep
May 26th 199,

For ever with the Lord,

Amen! So let it be:

Through time, with

scenes

And all the grief that intervenes

Let this support each fainting heart

Thou Lord our sanctuary art.

Ever to be remembered by her daughter
Germaine Lashley, Sarah Haynes (sister).

26.5.50—In.

ooo

FOR SALE
AUTOMOTIVE

CAR—Morris Oxford. 14 H.P. as new
4,500 miles only. Phone 8279.
26.5.50—3n

SY

CAR—Austin 8 H.P. in perfect run-
ning order. Apply: A. W. Tempro.
Phone 8140, 23.5.50—t.f.n.

CAR—One (1) Fluid Drive Dodge
equipped with radio and new tyres.
Car in perfect condition. Good as mew.
Apply: D. Harvy Read, C/o Canadian
Bank of Commerce, 18.5.50—4n.

FURNITURE

FURNITURE—Entire contents of well
appointed 4 room Flat, American style,
cedar furniture. Everything practically
new. Phone 4240. 24.5.50—6n.

POULTRY

POULTRY — (2) Pure Bred Black
Giants and (2)White Leghorns excellent
la strain, and (9) small chicks 3
mor old. A. Wiliams, Rose Cottage,
St. 26.5 .50—2n .

all its changing





















POULTRY—Pure Bred Barred Ply-!
mouth Rocks, 1 Cock, 6 Hens. Excellent
laying strain.

PIGEONS-Several pairs. Black and
Red Carneaux Pigeons. Apply P. D.
Maynard, Porters, St, James, or Dial 2319,
20.5.50—Tn



LIVESTOCK

THREE COWS—One graded Guernsey
20 pt. per day. (1) graded Gersey 30 pts.
per day. (1) graded Gersey heavy in
calf, all three young cows. Apply:
Cuthbert Rogers, Rices, St. Philip.

26.5.50—8n

a
PUPS—Six (6) Bull and Terrier. Apply:

Cuthbert Rogers, Rices, St. Philip.
26.5 .50—Bn.





MECHANICAL

BOY’S BICYCLE—26” Wheel with light
and generator. Phone 8371.
26.5.50—3n





MISCELLANEOU:

A SCALE BEAM—(Tooley) 5-tons in
perfect working order, apply Egerton.
Dial 2640. .5.50—3n.

ANTI





eae sash Gomera
one ‘1.9.49.—t.£.n.

BUS and TRUCK TYRES—We offer
these world renowned English Henley
Tyres 32 x 6 that delete the necessity of
using an oversize at a considerably higher
price and we invite you to drop in and
see them, learn more about tyres and
save money. John F. Hutson Ltd. Shep-
herd Street. | 26.5.50—3n.
a nn nny
ENGLISH POTATOES—Suitable for
planting. 50 Ib. boxes at 4c. per Ib,
Harold Proverbs & Co. Ltd., High Street.
26.5.50—3n

——
FOOD YEAST--Rich concentrated vita-



min food contains B2 Price T4c, Ib
Obtainable from all Grocers and Drug
Stores. 21.5.50—3n



ust received new ship-

ment. 300 C.P. Eckstein Brothers.
Bay Street, Bridgetown. 26.5,50-—3n.
eT
NEW PLATTERS—Dinah Shore, Frank
Sinatra, Bing and all the rest. Come
and get, _ quick.



NEEDLES for your record player. . .
2 kinds including Ruby and Sapphire
semi-permanent needles to play several

thousand recordings.
A. BARNES & CO., LTD.
24,.5.50—t.f,n.

NS
ORALVA — Anti-cold and influenza
tablets. One set gives protection from
colds and gaaeee for Fry months.
t t’s Drug Stores.
of et at 23.5.50—2n,

NS—BALL POINTER PENS. It's
none | Waterman's Ball Pointer Pen in
four attractive colours. Price 11/- each.
Refills 2/3 each. BRUCE WEATHER-
READ LTD. 26.5.50—2n

ROLLED OATS: “Climax” the best
produced in Holland. Excellent nourish-
ment for the whole family. Obtainable
at all grocers, 26.5,50—4n,







TYRES—Truck and Car tyres in the
following sizes 825 x 20, 34 x 7, 32 x 6,
700 x 20, 30 x 5, also several car tyres.
Enquire AUTO TYRE COMPANY, Tra-
falgar Street. Phone 2696.
20.5.50—t.f.n.

YACHT... “Shamrock” Length 22ft.
6ins. Beam 7ft. in A—l1l Condition.
Apply Ralph Hunte c/o Manning &
Co., Ltd. Electrical Dept. Dial—42%4.

20.5.50—T FN.

YACHT—Mallard design. Length 21’
6" Beam 7 6. Recently overhauled and
painted, apply: Hugh Walcott “Wood-
ville, Hastings. Phone 2967.

26.5.50—3n











CROWN A CROWNING ACHIEVEMENT BY DRINKING





FOR RENT





HOUSES

BEACH HOUSE—Dover, fully furnished
for June and July. Dial 2725, Mrs C. L.
Cheesman or 4047. 24.5.50—3n.

“BARNEGAT”, Peterkin’s Road, (adia-
cent Strathclyde). For particulars Dial
4543, Hutchinson & Banfield.
26.5.50-—t.f.n.

———
ELVILLE—Upper Bay Street on the
sea, two bedrooms running water an



id
j all other modern conveniences. Apply:

Pelfield, next door. 26.5.50—-1n

nena
| FLAT--Pully furnished, linen and cut-
veniences.

lery, all modern con: » 10 min-
utes walk from Clubs and City. Dial
4103 50—3n

FLAT: Upstaus flat with 3 bedrooms
running water in each. For further

particulars Dial 3696.
28.4.50—t.f.n.

————
HEATHFTELD—On the Crane Coast
for the months of June and July. Fully
furnished. Apply: Mrs. A. D. Herbert

Cordova, Christ Church. Dial 8385.
24.5.500—4n

ORIENT-ON-SEA. Situated in Bay St.
Fully furnished. Contains gallery, draw-
ing and dining rooms; two (2) bedrooms,
spare room, pantry, kitchen, W.C. & bath
From Ist June.

Also

“VIVILLA” at St. Lawrence Gap, Ch.
Ch, Contains drawing and dining rooms,
three (2) bedrooms, kitchen, WC &
bath. From Ist June. Apply D'Arcy
Scott, Central Auction Mart.

26.5.50-—3n

2 Bed-rooms To Ladies or gentlemen
Apply to Mrs. Puckerin “Cartreff”

Strathclyde.
19.5.50—6n.

TIVERTON — Strathclyde three (3)
Bedrooms rent $40.00 per month from
ist July. For particulars apply to
Messrs. Carrington & Sealy, Luca
Street. 2%4.5.50—t.f.n

PUBLIC SALES

AUCTION

By instructions of the Insurance Com-
pany I _ will sell at the COURTESY
GARAGE, WHITE PARK on FRIDAY
26th at 2 p.m. 1 Opel Sedan Car dani-
aged by fire). Terms Cash. R ARCHER
Mc KENZIE, 26.5.50—i1n























I have been instructed by the Governor
in Executive Committee to offer for sale
on the spot at Bay Street on Tuesday
the 6th day of June, beginning at 1
o'clock four (4) buildings situate at Bay
St. on lands of the General Hospital.

The particulars of the building are as
follows :

(1) Beside the Eye Ward, A one storey
building 28 by 26, built of wall, wood &
galvanize, and covered with galvanize,

(2) Next is a two storey building 31
by 37, built of stone and timber, and
covered with galvanize and shingle, and
consists of living room, toilet and bath,
kitchen.

(3) Next is a stone building 15 by 10,
built of Block Stone and covered with
everite.

(4) The last is a one storey building
25 by 27 built of Block Stone and covered
with galvanize, and is sealed, This build-
ing can be of tremendous help in the
building of a new bungalow.

All the above must be removed within
four (4) weeks from date of sale.

Inspection any day except Sunday,
from 8 until 5. Terms Cash.

D' ARCY A, SCOTT,
Govt. Auctjoneer
26.5.50—6n.



REAL ESTATE

SHARES—Sixty (60) shares in the
Barbados Fire Insurance Company. Apply
to “Z" c/o Barbados Advocate Co.

25.5.50—3n

The undersigned will set up for sale
at public competition at our Office No: 17
High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday the
26th day of May 1950, at 2 p.m.

The desirable freehold dwelling house
called “COLLEEN” situate at Post Office
Gap, Worthing.

The dwelling house comprises Veran-
dah on 3 sides, drawing & dining rooms,
3 Bedrooms, Kitchen, Toilet and Bath
standing on 4,273 square feet of land.

Inspection every day except Sunday
between the hours of 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.
on application to Mr. R. R. Farmer on
premises. Dial 8362. For further par-
ticulars and conditions of sale apply to

COTTLE, CATFORD & CO.
16.5.50—10n

WORTHING (NEAR CACRABANK
HOTEL) CHRIST CHURCH

Modern fully furnished chalet in
private estate standing in half an acre
of well kept and laid out gardens—one
minute from sea and beautiful sandy
bathing beach.

The house contains large living room,
dining room, two bi to which an
extra bedroom can be added if desired
Tiled bathroom with tub bath and shower
(not and cold water) and built in linen







cupboard, tiled kitchen with built in
stone cupboard and new Philco combined
r and deep freeze, . large

arched verandah, all steel windows
with hoods, steel French doors, large
stone garage and servants quarters with
toilet and shower, the house is tastefully
furnished, the beds have both deep sleep
and Dunlopillo mattresses, shingled roof,
polished pine floors, the garden contains

palms, small orchard with lime, pawpaw,
mango, tamarind, breadfruit, and plum
trees, wire-mesh enclosed lock up
vegetable garden and tool shed, colassed
driveways and garden paths, will be sold
unfurnished if desired, Attractive price.
Phone owner 8316 between 10 a.m.
end 6 p.m. 24.5.50—5n.







We will set up for Sale at public com-
petition at our Office No. 17 High Street,
Eon oy a oe Friday the 26th day of
May at 1.30 p.m.

ALL THAT two storied Wall Building
standing on half (%) Acre of land at
Flagstaff Road, Clapham,

The Building comprises:— On the
Ground Floor:— Shop and voy. On
the first floor—3 bedrooms, Drawing &
and one large unfinished

jon any day on application to
Mr. Joseph St. Hill, on the premises.
For further particulars and Conditions
of Sale, apply to the undersigned :—
COTTLE, CATFORD & CO.
16.5.50—6n.





PERSONAL





NOTICE

late of Baxters Road, in the
City of Bridgetown in this Island, who
died at Baxters Road aforesaid on the
8th day of November 1949, are requested
to send in particulars of their claims
duly attested to the undersigned Daisy
Seaton, Baxters Road, Bridgetown, on or
before the 9th day of July 1950, after
which date I shall proceed to distribute
the assets of the among the
parties entitled thereto having
only to such claims of which I shall then
have had notice and I shall not be lia-
ble for the assets or any part thereof so
distributed to any person of whose debt
or claim I shall not then have had notice.
AND all persons indebted to the said
estate are requested to settle their in.
dchtedness without delay. .
Dater this 6th day of iy, 1950.
DAISY SEATON,

Qualified Executrix of the will of
WILLIAM ARNOLD JOHNSON, deceased
also known as WILIAM JOHNSON.
12.5.50.—4n.







THE SUGAR INDUSTRY AGRICUL-
| TURAL BANK ACT, 1948
| Te the creditors holding specialty liens
ioe EXCHANGE Plantation, St.
y
TAKE NOTICE, that I the owner of
| the above Plantation am about to obtain
a loan of £150 under the provisions of
the above Act against the said Plantation,
if = of the Agricultural year 1950
a 1.
No money has been berrowed under
the Agricultural Aids Act, 1905, or the
above Act (as the case may be)



in
Doted this day of May
1950
WILLIAM GRIFFITH,
Owner

—_—————
THE SUGAR INDUSTRY AGRICUL-

Jo the Creditors holding Special

#o the pe y Liens

axainst SEA VIEW Plantation, St. Lucy.

TAKE NOTICE that I, the owner of
the above Plantation am about to obtain
& loan of £200 under the provisions of
the above Act against the said Plantation,
‘m respect of the Agricultural year 1950
to 1951,

No money has been borrowed undeg
the Agricultural Aids Act, 1905, or the
above Act (as the case may be) in
respect of such year,

Dated this 23rd day of May 1950.

A. SIMMONs,
Owner
24.5.50-—3n .

NOTICE

Applications for a Health Visitor for the
Parish of St. Philip’s will be received by
Dr. C. L. Hutson of Sterling St. Philips
up to 7th June 1950. Qualifications: Gen=
eral Nursing, ineluding Midwifery and
RSI Certificates. Salary eighty dollars
per month, rising by five dollars per
month after each year's service to one
hundred dollars. A bicycle will be pro-
vided by the Parish for the work All
applications must be accompanied by
Health and Baptismal Certificates, and

Testimonials,
W. U. GOODING,
Parochial Treasurer,
St. Philip,
26.5.50—6n





NOTICE

Is hereby given that it is the inten-
tion of the Vestry of the parish of
Saint James in this Island to cause to
be introduced into the Legislature of
this Island a Bill amending the Saint
Jemes Parish Loan Act, 1948 (1948-31)
for the purpose of authorising the said
Vestry to erect and equip the proposed
Dispensary mentioned in the said Act
on lands of the said Vestry near the
Dwellinghouse called “Folkestone” 1
the parish of Saint James instead of in
the yard of the Almshouse of the said
perish as mentioned in the said Act,
and to extented the time for commenc-
tug the repayment, over a period of 1!
years, of the sum or sums to be bor
rowed under the said Act, from 1949
to 1951,

Dated the 23rd day of May 1950.

YEARWOOD & BOYCE
Solicitors for the Vestry of the parish





of Saint James. 25.5.50—3n
——
NOTICE
IS HEREBY GIVEN that it is the in-

tention of the undersigned MAJOR
ARTHUR REYNOLD FOSTER, LOUIS
ALBERT LYNCH, RALPH ARNOLD
BHARD, CLAUDE DUDLEY RAMSEY,
JOHN BUSTACE THEODORE
PIERRE

CHARLES

STRAGHN McKENZIE, CYRIL BRUCE
BROOKS, and THEOPHILUS LAW
HARRIS members of and constituting
the Board of the Barbados Amateur
Boxing Association, to cause to be in-
troduced into the House of Assembly
of this Island a Bill declaring them to
be one Body corporate and politic by
the name of THE BARBADOS BOXING
BOARD OF CONROL with perpetual
succession and a Common Seal.
YNOLD FOSTER

HERBERT ALLEYNE DOWDING,
CHARLES STRAGHN McKENZIE,
CYRIL BRUCE BROOKS,
THEOPHILUS LAW HARRIS

26 .5.50—3n





JOURNALISM

THE ADVOCATE has two vacancies
in its Editorial Department.

One is for a bright young man leav-
ing Schoo} next term and anxious to
make journalism a career,

The other is for a highly educated
man of outstanding intelligence and
ability to write English. The salaries
offered in both cases are as attractive
can be obtained in BARBADOS
today,

So far letters of application have been
disappointing and the Editor is still
looking for the right men for the two
jobs. Write giving full details to the
Editor, The Advocate 34 Broad St.

18.5.50—t.f.n.
















BARBADOS

PUBLIC NOTICTS| =VENEZUELANS

TURNED BACK

_ @ From Page 5.

here if the hotel industry can only
be dependent on 500 rooms for
their accommodation. Any neces-
Sary expansion can only come
about with the Hotels Industry
Bill a reality. _

The benetit to be derived from
tourism is evident to all classes.
There are a few people who think
that it would send up the cost
living of local residents almost
immediately. I have never held
that view. The price of eggs has
risen from one penny to ten cents
each without any influx of tourists.
As is well-known, nearly all of
our food is imported, what objec-
tion could there be to importing a
little more to feed visitors spend-
ing their dollars here, and at the
same time employing at a high
level, many people who are now
employed.

Something Must Be Done

It is shortsighted for any sec-
tion of the community to want to
depend on sugar for our economic
existence, If these people are satis-
fied with the present standard of
living their argument may be con-
sidered sound. For those of us on
the other hand who want to see
better conditions come about in
our colony something must be
done and if it is not to be tourism
then let there be some other
secondary industry. I would like
someone to tell me what other .n-
dustry would be more profitable,
more lucrative and more advant-
ageous than the Hotel Industry.

While in Venezuela I had made
inquiries about the possibility of
emigrating workers from here to
that country, but I am afraid the
prospects are not encouraging.
There is the possibility, however,
that should they develop their
sugar industry which I understand
they are very anxious to do, our
workers might be favourably
considered for a certain amount
of contract labour similar to that
they enjoyed in the United States
between the years 1945 and 1947.
I can assure you that if this op-
portunity materialises no less an
amount of dollars will be earned
by Barbadian workers in that *
country. ,

\





WANTED











CASHIER WANTED—Aitman’'s, Lower
Green. 24.5.50—2n.





Glen, Dalkeith,

ENGLISHMAN—Accountant years
experience Far East 4 years Trinidad
present holding Executive Position im-
portant Canadian ‘Company, Venezuela
feeks responsible position locally, Box 44
C/o Advocate, 26.5.50—5n.

PARISH OF ST. PETER an





10



WANTED BY THE POOR LAW
GUARDIANS
A SUPERINTENDENT (female) for
the Almshouse, Salary $75.00 per

month and Quarters. Applications will
be received by the undersigned up to
10 a.m. on 3ist May 1950.
A Birth Certificate and Medical Cer-
tificate must be forwarded.
G. S. CORBIN
Clerk to Poor Law Guardian
St. Peter.
20.5.50—6n.

+







vyoUR
DMPLEXION
an Ornament of beauty! and
when your face is disfigured by
pustules, red spots, a rugged
skin, perspiration, etc. then it
is time to try the delightful
PUROL POWDER, having such
effective healing proporties by
its special compound. Ladies,
appreciating a fair complexion,
ought always to have a tin of
Purol Powder ready on her
dressingtable,

PUROLPOWDER





GOVERNMENT NOTICE



Attention is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence) (Amend-
ment) Order, 1950, No. 20 which will be published in the Official
Gazette of Thursday, 25th May, 1950.











2. Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling
price of “Flour” are as follows: —
ARTICLE |_| WHOLESALE PRICE | RETAIL PRICE
(not more than) (not more than)
FLOUR: —
“E” Grade .. | $7.12 per cotton bag of
Bakers Flour 100 Ibs. 8c, per Ib.
“G”" Grade -- | $6.64 per cotton bag of '
Shop or Counter Flour} 100 Ibs. The. per Ib.

25th May, 1950.



CHANCERY SALE



26.5.50—2n

The undermentioned property will be set for sale at i
up sale at the Registration

Public i

If not then

12 noon and 2 p.m. for the sum

sold, it will be set up on each

succeeding = at the Se and during the same hours until sold. Fuil
HUGH OWEN ST. CLAIR CUMBERBATCH
va
CLARICE EDINGTON HINDS and IRIS DOTTIN ,

piece or pafcel of land situate at the Garden
of St. James and Island of Barbados
of two portions containing one rood twelve perches
one half perches) the whole containing by a

dmeasuremen
rood twenty five and one half perches or thereabout and abutting
and bounding on lands of Fred Alleyne on lands of Rosina Thornas

on lands of the estate of G.

may

the messuage o:

thereom and all otKer buildings and erections

Whether freehold or chattel) on the parcel of land erected and
built standing and being with all amd every the appurtenances.

UPSET PRICE. £1250 0.0.
DATE OF SALE 26th May, 1950.

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrwr-in-Chancery,





Important Notice

TO OUR GAS CUNSUMERS
Bien

VHE NATURAL GAS
SUPPLY HAS BEEN
PROMISED FOR
ANOTHER WEEK
UNTIL THE 27TH MAY
pending negotiations
which it is hoped will
-have a successful issue.









POP EOPO ESSER A OPPO

Paradise Beach Club Ltd.

NOTICE TO MEMBERS

By order of the Committee, y

In accordance with Rule
34 the Club will be closed
on Saturday, 3rd June, 1950,
from 9.00 p.m.

*

‘%

A. G. PILE, S
Secretary. x

y $
OCCA POPNS







ADVOCATE



| GOVERNMENT NOTICES



Government launch at Dominica. Applicants must have a first class

|
APPLICATIONS are invited for the post of MECHANIC on the
knowledge of marine diesel engines. Knowledge of high frequency |®#!ling from AMSTERDAM, ROTTER-

wireless is an additional qualification which will command a higher
salary. Salary according to qualifications up to $100 monthly.

2. Applications should be addressed the Director of Works,
Dominica, and should reach him not later than the 3ist May, 1950.

te
to



THE LABOUR WELFARE FUND (HOUSING LOANS)
REGULATIONS, 1950

The Governor-in-Executive Committ
vested in him under or by virtue of the Sugar Industry (Rehabilita-
tion, Price Stabilization and Labour Welfare) Act, 1947, hereby makes
the following regulations:

1. These regulations may be cited as the Labour Welfare Fund
(Housing Loans) Regulations, 1950.

2. In these regulations, unless the context otherwise requires —

“agricultural labourer’ means any worker employed upon

any operations in connection with the production or preparation

of the products of agricultural land:

“sugar industry labourer” means a sugar factory worker and

any other worker directly employed in the sugar industry.

3. (1) There shall be established a fund to be called The
Labour Welfare Housing Loans Fund (hereinafter referred to as the
Fund) into which shall be paid all monies allocated thereto by the
Governor-in-Executive Commi(tee from the Labour Welfare Fund for
the purpose of these Regulations.

(2) The Governor-in-Executive Committee shall appoint a
Manager of the Fund and such cther staff as may be required,

(3) All expenditure incurred in connection with the admin-
istration of the Fund shall be defrayed out of the said Fund.

(4) An account of the financial transactions of the Fund shall
be prepared in respect of the poried to the 31st of March, 1951, and
thereafter in respect of each year to the 31st March, for transmission
to the Auditor General for certification and report.

4. (1) The Governor-in-Executive Committee may, subject to
the provisions of these regulations, advance money by way of loan
out of the Fund to any agricultural labourer or sugar industry
labourer for purchasing or constructiong, or carrying out alterations,
additions or repairs to a house.



(2) Applications for a ‘oan shall be made in wgiting address-
ed to the Manager, and shall contain full particulars of the house
to be purchased, constructed, allered, added to or repaired, and of the
land on which such house is or shall be situate, the names and
addresses of all persons having any lien or encumbrance against sucn
land upon which the house is or shall be situate, and the amount
house or against any interest which the applicant may have in the
land upon which the house is or shall be situate, and the amount
of the loan required and the manner in which such loan is to be
applied and such other particu‘ars as may be required by the Man-
ager, The applications shall be in such form as the Manager shall
from time to time prescribe.

(3) The Governor-in-Executive Committee shall consider
each application and if he is of the opinion’ that a loan may be made,
he shall, subject to regulation 6 hereof, fix the amount of such loan
and the terms and conditions upon which it shall be made,

5. (1) Notwithstanding the provisions of regulation 4 of these
regulations the Governor-in-Executive Committee may authorise the
Manager of the Fund to exercise all or any of the powers and duties
conferred upon him by that regulation, subject, however, to such
directions as the Governor-in-Executive Committee may from time
to time prescribe, ‘ 7

(2) The Manager shall conform with any directions which
may be given to him by the Governor-in-Executive Committee.

(3) The Manager shall furnish a monthly report to the
Governor-in-Executive Committee showing the names and number of
applicants for loans, the names and number of persons to whom loans
have been made, the amount of each loan, the purpose for which the
loan is made and the terms and conditions upon wheih the loan is
made, - ; (

6. Any such loan as aforesaid shall be subject to the fol-
lowing conditions: —

(a) the loan shall be free of interest for the first twelve
montis and thereaiter shall bear interest at 2% per
annum, ‘ihe loan shall be repayable by equal monthiy,
quarterly, or hait-yearly instalments of capital and in-
verest combined, during a period not exceeding 15 years
or such shower period as tne Governor-in-Execuuve
Committee may determine;

it the Governor-in-xeculive Commuttee so require, the
loan together with an interest thereon shall be secured
by a mortgage of the interest (if any) ot the Mortgagor
in the land;

the loan may be made by instalments irom Unie to time
as the buildings, alterations or repairs of the house pro-
gress, so, however, that the total of the loan does not
any time before the completion of Wwe house exceed
seven-five per cent, at the value of the work Gone up
to that time on-the construction, or works incidental two
the construction of the house, including the value of the
interest, if any, of the mortgagor in the land on which
it is situate;

a loan shall not be made except after a valuation made
by a person duly authorised by the Governor-in-Execu-
tive Committee;

the loan shall not, in the case of a loan for the purchase,
cénstruction, alteration or addition, exceed $1,440, or,
in the case of a loan for the repair thereof, be less than
$48 or more than $480: .

Provided that a loan shall not exceed seventy-five
per cent, of the value of the interest of the mortgagor in
the property.

7. Where a loan is made under these regulations to an agricul-
tural labour or a sugar industry worker, he shall execute a chattel
ouilding mortgage of the property in respect of which the loan was
rade or obtained, if the Manager so requires,

.8 The Manager, hig agents or servants or any person authorised.
by him in writing may at all reasonable times enter and inspect the
property in respect of which a loan has been made under these regula-
tions. '
. 9. Any person who shall, in any application for a loan under
these regulations, make a false statement or make any statement
which he does not believe to be true, shall be guilty ofan offence
egainst these regulations.

10... Any person who shall sell or otherwise dispose of,
property or any intrust or estate in any property in respect of which
@ loan was made or obtained, without the prior consent in writing
of the Manager, shall be guilty of an offence against these regulations.

(b)

(ec)

(d)

(e)

any

Made by the Governor-in-Executive Committee this twenty~-
geventh day of April, 1950.

:
By Command,

E. L. WALCOTT,
Clerk, Executive Committee.
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FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1950

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FRIDAY MAY 26, 1950 bprtes. ff |
7.00 a.m. The News, 7.10 a.m. News =, |
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a) Things, 7.30 a.m. From the third Pro-
‘ ; idle cient ties tik ch ince 0 n
2 \\ ] ; OFFICERS’ RACE—Ali Officers—1st mmnme, 5.58 am. Interlat 8 08/9 31. f
4. Hours Rain ashed Vi sit rs Carr Off Fo r | mas ier 2nd-—Capt, Press; 3rd—Maj ee aa ase = part ERY .
; | i YARDS—(LAOSES— lut—Cumber- Light Goncert Orehestra, 9.00 a.m &. R f shi
IS} Oo 7 u jen: 2d Cally ore; 3rd— Waldrond Clore Down, 12 noon The News 12 ia! “4 e re ng
ut Play Yesterday Fj At Police S 4) 4 Rigas mois not-| Ree ee ate ber] : )
wid; + 2nd— ; > ¢ a ;
‘ rsts At Police Sports | {imseni.6 pam, "Radio Newel, 18 | as a lovely
o a la j a ek ate ' rm yrmamhany al rings, - Pp =
OXFORD, May 25. Quite aaumber of Police Sports PUTTING THE WRIGHT | | ot er jieuciee oe ge ne eal akan. Te : da
No play was possible on the second day of the West Indies pecoris went toppling at Kensing- | 2° iG, Payne; oe Ne Duane 5 AA ood econ! svoman: | B--, Take it from Here. 9.00 p.m. ‘The summers Y
match against Oxford University here today. Four hours ton Qval yesterday before the fair {> hy so 5 it. Wing. (Record) {ang-cAscher| 3t0--doirie. "f eeladie, 6 opm. The aire oar
rain during the morning soaked the pitch, but despite a a rare wes aa = a oi. Ascher SAR Loci Suc Trotman | Mights at the Opera, 5.00 p.m. Listen:

: + ; . z rr +» tho Police Sports Meeting. he meet~f "Tine : 10 mean, (lacard word: _, Ho Pte. Tro an dhs. 4.10 Gtas, Geeernenes Sor . j
wind the turf dried slowly. Tea was taken early in th ing was held under the patronage} 430 YARDS PLAT ist--W. Tull; end— | ANRNR BS, Bridveman vrdady, | Peel Con. Brom the third Pro- SUMMER BREEZE HAIR CORDS
‘hope of play later but the wicket was still wet and the athe Governor and Mrs. Savage | ©. Callender: Sxd-—#. Denny Callenday; 2.4. Watson; 3rd—Devonish, | #Famme, 5.50 p.m, Interlude, 6. ps.) in beautiful designs
captains decided play today would be impossible. distributed the prizes. tA RAND CADETS RACE —AN Senior | OBSTACLE #80820, een TS ae, the Weeen vib pm. Mare 36” wide 90e.

: 4 4 ; rj “ec - fire izes were carr aa S eerie 7 les; ——te ww art man 7 @ 4 “ i
If conditions permit tomorrow the West Indies will resume — Four an os Pees Lat aandlew gp om edoty—1st—B.. Alleyne:: » Sida Collina: 4 aLAY pace oes, | nique, Harba-! Aualysis, % 18 p-m—7-90 p =. Bve Wit we bwpmmonacsowinm 3
innings i é 3 , > 35, two Of by > puree embers L / ; ; dos iment, Cable and Wireless Ist ® adcount ¢ vs. -
ate fo meine sk rn a oe on : f Trinidad Police, Force who partici-] (p) “Assn CADETS RACK-AR J | Eee Feces snd T's. tallies weeutty 7 Ob sae eae pe. PONE TT CHECK ORGANDIES in white, blue,
rickets made in reply to Oxford’s fi s score of pote: he ting—B man. PAGES | t Junior | Rime , cunke on the Thames, p.m. Kadie Q C D ;
194 : ” a ad Peis bridweman, | acess. Int Gras; and-—Bodringan: ard] 4 YARDS POLICE CHILDREN'S RACE | Newsrecl, 8.15 p m. The Debate, Con peach, nill, pink, lemon. ft
: 4 ull ag i ; ae iris ; dst . Worrell; . Mortis; Ss, 8.30 p.m. e Country es fe ‘ ‘
Pianeta nee The Start the Police Band under Capt BAD AOR ete aa a | ard--C. Worrell. Bovs: Ist--C, Me Lean: } ) go" p.m Eeitisn Concert Hall, 10.0% 36 wide__._....--—....- Ge.
Following their first defeat of Raison, after keeping spectators’ rt Amey. oe SO | 2nd—F. Simmons; 3rd—H. Bynoe tp.m. The News, 10.10 p.m, From th
; : ot hs be , fort tapping all ihrough the meet ; oe yt? YARDS PLAT.-fi——Prince: 2nd—, paitorials, 10.15 p.m. Sandy MacPher
seal ws Oe ee ee ore ee fh or aelanttees i , 5 i YARD let cir deel sna Te Calrender son at the Theatre Organ, 10.20 p.m WHITE RIGMEL
a e not made happier by the weather With a selection of popular num- ean brestan; tne Time : 55 sees : ‘"Msic Magazine, 10.4 p.m. World Shrunk Poplin
° on Wednesday. Gréy threatening bers, kept them on their toes as (Record _2UG OP WAR--Winners: “larbour Po- | Agains 1.00 p.m. The News. .
y * clouds and a bitter wind provided the Band beat the Retreat at the} _ zi wer A
econ ime miserable conditions. To make fs of me a“ — ve ie mitee- FS
matters worse for the touring "Ons played for Beating the Ke

“RASCAL”, owned and skip-

team, the University won the toss

treat included Handel's “Largo”

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BERT'S CAFE

pered by George ‘Stouts, cerriei and decided to bat and put the The crowd cheered as the Band EUR ATHLETIC ceed eaeroele ' Suitable for morning wear Bi
off.honours in the ‘B’ Class at tho West Indies in the field. went through the precise steps of s ee 36” wide Hic.
Tenth Regetta of R.B.Y.C., held The teams were: — the Slow March. CHOW MEIN fa oe ee ne eee we

n Anabdyetag -2he cele igen on Oxford: M. B. Hetmeyer (Capt ee ae oar ee er
Carlisle Bay on Wednesday eve: . >, arae Ee ’ apt), Victor Ludorum was P.C. 47 L }

ing, ta score her second victor
fog. ihe season.

This vavht has already recorded
two seconds and a third and
percentage up to the end of the
Ninth Regatta is 63.64.

The sailing was south-about in
a smooth sea and fairly steady
wind. Nine boats started in tne
‘B’ Class but “Circe” did not
finish. Coming second to “Rascai
was Mrs. John Chandler's “Okapit
which has now brought its num-
ber of seconds to three but has so

far been unable to score @ wit from Ramadhin when playing He pajd tribute to Area No. 4|{! COMPTON GONSALVES (Trinidad): LINDSAY ASSOCIATION INC.,
eae in oe ore ey a backward defensive stroke, and of the Land Police who had put GORDON (B.G.); LADDIE LEWIS (B.G.); PEARL b A Bigg
ou » owned and skipperec by

Jack Bradley.

In ‘C’ Class eight boats started.
“Wizard and “Hi Ho” did not
start while “Peggy Nan” started
but did not finish, Honours in
this Class went to Colin Bellamy’s
“Magwin"”, skippered by William
Atkinson, which has now scored
its second victory for the season.

Second was “Rogue”, owned
and skippered by Gerald Nicholls
“Rogue” is heading the ‘C’ Class

R. V. Divecha, A, D. Jose, B.
Boobbyer, D. B. Carr. C. FE, Winn,
Cc. R. PD. Rudd, D. Lewis, f. P

@, Campbell, I. N, Bartlett, D. Hen-

derson.

West Indies: J. Goddard (Capt.),
A. Rae, J. Stollmeyer, FP. Worrell,
E. Weekes. C, Walcott, G. Gamez,
C. Williams, P. Jones, H. Johnson,
S. Ramadhin.

After half an hour had brought
20 runs Hofmeyer misjudged the
Swing of a ball from Gomez and
had his leg stump knocked back.
16 runs later Carr missed a ball

was out leg before,

The West Indies must have felt
the cold a good deal and their
work in the field was not as lively
as usual. The Christ Church
ground where the match is being
played never stages more than
one fifst class match a year and
the lasting qualities of the pitch
are doubtful.

By lunch the score had reached
67 for the loss of 2 wickets.

ASSOCIATION OF BARBADOS

Presents the West Indies Cycle & Athletic Stars
AT KENSINGTON OVAL

Best. The Inter-area cup was
won by Area No. 1, and Capt.
Press received the cup for the area.

At the end of the last event, Tug
of War, won gamely by the Har-
bour Police, competing athletes
marched past to the music of the
Police Band,

Colone! R. T. Michelin, Com-
missioner of Police, at the end of
the prize giving, thanked the Gov-
ernor and Mrs. Savage for attend-
ing, and thanked Mrs. Savage for
presenting the prizes.

ON WHIT-MONDAY, MAY 29TH
and THURSDAY, JUNE IST, 1950

Under the Distinguished Patronage of His Excellency
the Governor

Arrayed for the invasion are:

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up a gallant struggle in an attempt
to wrest from the Harbour Police
the Shield they had held so long
for Tug of War. He then thanked
all who had worked hard to make |
the Meeting a success.

Results follow:—

HIGH JUMP—Ist-—47 L. Best; and—43

Wickham; (Eaton) 3rd—62 G. Shannon
Height; 5 ft. 8 ins, |Reeerd).

GOODING (Trinidad) and Others

For the defence:
KEN FARNUM, L. CARMICHAEL, H. STUART, D.
KEIZAR, A. HUNTE, A. A. CLARKE and Others

Police Band in Attendance

WEIGHT-LIFTING DISPLAY AT INTERVALS
Tickets on Sale at The Civie Society—Daily.

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Flag Staff Road on Whit-Monday
May 29th under the distinguished
patronage of Mr. E. D. Mottley
M.C.P. there will be a Grand kid
end Marathon Race Meeting at
Clapham. Marathon race starting

‘WILL BE HELD AT

line up and: already has three ist—2 A. Blenman; 2nd—30 D. Bridge ; .
wins to its credit. “Gannet”, a eo Lene 4000 "Duiance: 88 yas. 2 th 7 ins. PRICES; Kensington Stand 3/-; George Challenor 2/6;
tng eS skippered by Peter found cricket as G0. gat the Uncovered Stand 2/; Grounds 1/- per day pre veka cane anes THE CRANE HOTEL
Twelve : rd. as weather after lunch, The West at night im aid of Kid Race Com-
eve. boats starte in the Indies players were heavily sweat- e mittee.
dnteredise, Class bul “Dawn” Ged and it war notceabie me, == AdRdebic | == on
. wt ay 6 i = -
“Coronetta”, owned by Johnnie teth the het keen sucky A GRAND DANCE
Hoad and skippered by his sou Maesgeh ih 2d

Jackie, came first. Second was
“Clytie”’, owned and skippered by
Sydney Nurse and third
“Invader”, owned and skippered
by Donald Stoute.

Of the seven boats that started
in thé™D” Class only six finished
“Imp” struck the northern mark

wrung their hands in pain. The
third wicket put on 48 in 70 min-
utes before Williams with his sec-
cnd ball bowled Lewis . who hit
ever a yorker, Williams followed
Uy holding a splendid return catch
“vom Boobbyer who batted just
ever 2 and a half hours for his

Heats Today

THE following heats for the
two-day Intercolonial Cycle and
Athletic Meeting which takes
place at Kensington on Monday,
May 29 and Thursday June 1 wil!
be run to-day commencing at 3

GLOBE
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we 42. Winn, a left hander, soon P-â„¢. Sasa SaaS SSE

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, » Bt : on of enlivenin ; mission: 60 CEN'TS: Including Light Refreshmer,’.s

sucpuse went, ta “Petey Pan’. ihe play, He put plenty of pee || 4-38. Et tat UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
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Results were:
‘B’. Class: 1st. Rascal 2nd
Okapi; 3rd. War Cloud.

: on
pa Class: Ist. _Magwin; 2nd. total at 175 for 8 wickets. LIVERPOOL, May a0 and of the w une SCIENCE AND THE
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Tpidtmediate Claas: Ist. Coro- After Tea Ivor Germaine, the lightweight aan we

netta; 2nd. Clytie; 3rd. Invader.
‘D’ Class: Ist, Peter Pan; 2nd
Rainbird; 3rd. Van Thorndyke.



Asmena Wins
The Oaks

From VERNON MORGAN
EPSOM DOWNS, May 25.

ourless display .
Winn 56 and Jose 9 were the
not out batsmen at tea with the

Oxford were all out soon after
tea after Winn and Jose had added
19 runs to the tea score,

Then the West Indies made a
bad start losing the wicket of Rae,
who was bowled by Jose, in the
first over of the innings and, at
12 Worrell was run out. So
accurate was the fast bowling
of Jose and Divesha that Stoll-
meyer and Weekes, were kept on
the defensive, though, in the last



The drama of men defy-
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“Kid German’’ Defeats
Ginger Roberts On Points

champion of Barbados and official
contender for the Empire title, de-
feated Ginger Roberts, Northern
welterweight champion, on point
in ten rounds at the Liverpool
Stadium tonight.

Germaine, who was nearly :
stone lighter, gave a brilliant dis-
play of fast counter punching and
almost won as he pleased. He¢
had Roberts down for four in th«
fifth round and for one in the





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This filly by Goya out of
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Rain washed out the second
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Fall of wickets: 1 for 0, 2 for 12. |
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away was the British filly Stella n° opi} pw
Polaris starting at 100 to seven. 1. tewis b Willer ein Siecat | The Weather THOMAS AURICH PITEGMIALEY ,

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filly, Above Board, run. PAN Se Vikeio bees; 194 High Water: 11.39 p.m.

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PACK FOL'R RAKBADOS ADVOCATK FRIDW. MAX 2*. 19.111 BARBADOS r -7- ADVtXfflT -. — t-—-i Fh.i.A Maj H, 105(1 Sll|t|MM'l I Oil V is III THE Electors Association are to be congratulated on then whc-It'hearted endorsement of tourism as an industry (or Barbados. Their leader Mr. J. II. Wilkinson made it clear that the Elector! Association will support a policy which involves direct Government assistance of the new industry. This policy he is reported as saying on Tuesday night will have to permit new companies to import certain materials duty free and will gtvt freedom from taxation in the early years of growth. The same evening Mr. Fred Goeuiard reported on his recent visit to VOMU 11 One of his statements that at Easter time some two hundred would-be visitors to Barbados hud to l-> turned back because of Uie lack of hotel accommodation here at the Uma adds further weight to the statements of Trans-Canada Airlines spokesmen who report similar heavy disappointments from Canada. Barbados has been caught unprepared for the sudden influx uf Venezuelan and Canadian tourists who would like to come here and contribute their dollars to your breakfast table. The Electors Association have shown themselves aware of the real need for the community to cash in on I his real industry which only requires nn intelligent and cooperative helping hand from Government to become a second bulwark (after sugar) for the island's economic health, To quote Mr. Fred Goddard on Tuesday night "There are a few people who think it (Tourism) would send up the cost of living of local residents almost immediately. I have never held that view. The price of eggs has risen from one penny to ten cents each without any inllux of tourists. As is well known nearly all of our food is imported. What objection could there be to importing a little more to feed visitors spending their dollars here and at the same time employing at a high level many people who are now employed. "It is shortsighted for any section of the community to want to depend on sugar for our economic existence. If these people are satisfied with the present standard of living their argument may be considered sound. For those of us on the other hand who want to see better conditions come about in our colony something must be done and if it is not to be tourism then let there be some other secondary industry. J would like someone to tell rne what other industry would be more profitable, more lucrative and more advantageous than the hotel industry" 1 But Mr. Goddard was as emphatic as Mr. Wilkinson, as the representatives of Trans-Canada Airlines, as this newspaper, and as everyone with any practical knowledge of the tourist industry, th;it, unless there is active encouragement of the tourist industry, in the form of tax remission on new industries and freedom of customs duty on essential imports not obtainable locally, then there is little to be gained by advertising in a lari;e way for tourists if the hotel industry can only be dependent on 500 rooms for their accommodation. The benefit to be derived from tourism is supported by all members of the community. It has the support of the Opposition party in the local House of Assembly. Can the present Government of Barbados (in the shape of the political party with a majority) afford to regard tourism as other than the next best industry after sugar and still represent the interests of the people of Barbados? How To Help South East Asia % IPavid I ....,>!, Holier.* LONDON. llnlaiii and Australia arc reI ported to be utterly at loggerheads j about schemes for South Rail I Asia, I'be Sydney Conference. I where the Common*! 1 [ trie* are d|.cussing UM I hold South East AM* against 4'ommunist advance, seems t.i have gained a livelier reputation —at least with the press—thai: lh dull u neon trovers la 1 meeting n Colombo last January. Indeed il Is amusing to find that the same critics who poured scorn on the effectiveness of the ColomI i i.ience are now doubung the use of the Sydney (.' % % %  '< n| .. --because it has demonstrated divided opinions. What are the diffcrences? Journalists might be called In to advlaa at this Sydney Conference. For the struggle is mainly concerned with how to make the largest possible sensation with the least uvallable resources. Both the Australian foreign Minister and Lord Macddnald, (the obscure peer who represents Britain). have declare*] that they aim at railing moral* in South East Asia. They, with their advisers, think that If the countries of Asia feel that help is coming then them would be such an impression of confidence that Communism could never take root. (To this simple view this writer does not subscribe; Communism seems too complex and insidious to be extinguished by only bread to-day or promises of cake to-morrow). But. accepting the Commonwealth Foreign Minister*' Idea that money must be spent for political reasons, what are the alternative*' Britain, (which means the Treasury under Sir Stafford Cripps, in this case), suggests that a large scheme—a twenty-five year plan —should be drawn up. Over the next two years little should I*' done except moke plans. I'rojects should be surveyed, costs estimated, equipment found—and then the bills sent in. With good sense the Treasury "experts" say that raising the standard of living of 200 million people cannot be attempted overnight. Obviously spreading £10 million yearly would give about one shilling to each person If the Commonwealth can only afford an expenditure on capital equipment of a few shillings annually on behnlf of each person then the money has to be spent particularly carefully, and profitably, if It la to achieve the doubling, say, of the Incomes of the poorest. And when H.M.'s Treasury starts to examine the profitability of an enterprise then, truly, the gears grind slowly. The Australian approach is the reverse. Let us vote the money. Let ua show the independent countries of South East Asia thai we stand at their backs. Let us make a gesture with as large an aggregate total as possible. Mr. Spender has already got the "Spender Plan" to his name; and he intends It to be spectacular. According to this Australian view, as It is reported here, the Governments concerned would have control over how the not !-. %  gffjajM Now there I no room to doubt that from a purely flnai economic point of view the Mriti'h Treasury 1 *attitudeu UV Spending money on ItU ards of living In comi. "primitive"* commercially umlevel oped —communities b matter of finding men and Engineers, concrete, and even good ideas, are In much shorter supplv than cash. So food cn*e U surely that schemes should come first and the money after wards The Australians, though, hnve strong arguments of payt hology on their side. They can point to the fact that one of the moat ambitious schemes of development Is now under way throughout the llrittsh Colonies, under rule of Treasury purse-strings, and that it has negligible political effect and catches the imagination of nobody. The Colonial Development and Welfare scheme, the Overseas Food Corporation, (nuts), and the Colonial Development Corporation have over £200 million pounds of resources and yet they seem to foster. rather than eliminate. Communist influence. And it can be argued that this is because every penny of money in British Colonies, that comes from London, is given on strict accounting principles. The educated rititmi of Africa who are struggling for recognition of equal status ; "bargain" for t nomles with each Government. At the snme lime, on the a) of the A'luntlc. the monev u voted by the Culled States Congress and vie Appropn.it msttssM of Congress examine. point i'v i i at, the proposals on how the money Is to be spent This Is a brand of m with m.Uions In the l I make the figures that com Eurr.pe exactly equal to the dollars that COOM from the Cnitcd States. Each Coveinment receiving Marshall Aid Is treated as I hie equal In the plan. But the administration of aid I designed so that all the schemes pull together. It bag wor k ed In spite %  some moments of strain) The Australian HOMsKkO thiit the Commonwealth Government* should now announce a good. high figure os their total aid to South East Asia has. from UM view of "public ratal %  which the journalist specialises one vers -emuflaw T'.1 %  be a "good story" —one* But. if South Ea-t Asia Is to > lift to its mi rah story", which tb news that continue* from week to week and year 10 ysjfl be more effective. The discussion, at sounds, from this dManC* healthiest development in Commonwealth affairs for miny t vear. The tradition of tn CORUMOWWlttl Cnnf. T'Viee >' 1 been broken. No longer arc huge Decisions being taken secretly, and compromises being patched up In private finally iproduce an almost meaningless con for the world's press, la n discussion ii control ment is real—and. better stih the aims of ;ill are UM same. The Spender Plan is taking shape, not being shelved. IVetolt Review \ Dream House In Grenada A Ht'NOALOW BY THE BEACH Bv DERRICK BALL (Peter navies 12/6) F INDING a little bungalow beneath the palms and near enough a beach for a swim before hrenkfast is not as simple as It sounds, and the author and his wife had an adventurous time boforc they eventually found their Caribbean dream house. Mr. Balls first impressions of the West Indies were gathered in' l'urt-of Spain—a city which he soon grew to loathe. Like All visitors he found it impossible to walk a few yards in the streets without being hooted ut by a bevy of taxis, but by breuKlng Into a jog trot he cscaptd Into a cool bar. And then, there was that filthy hotel near Uie docks where they had to stay because they could not afford to ray for a room in a more luxurious place The dream began to fade, and there was no response to their eager Inquiry for a bungalow bv lh t beach. Eventually they decided *o try their luck in Grenada, and mak !ng up their minds *o arrive there in correct manner they went by rthoonrr. Of schooner travel he has this to say: "It is dirty, hard, %  uiigh and cramped, except for toilet facilities, which are enormtus. No doors to lock, no walls to scribble on, no fluahlng apparatus lo confound you." The Journey began smoothly, and Mr. Ball was musing romanI. allv about Uie delights ',' travelling in a sailing boat until they reached the Dragon's Mouth and the schooner became involved in a storm. The description pi the author's seasickness which follows Is so realistic that after leading a few pages J fen a bit IIS IMII a ctt agl ea aboul it—until he found that uV ktttsMB was Infested with cockroaches'and describes It as the kind of house In which it would net be out of place to nit down to a meal with *our hat an. "A marvellous houseless house—Miolhiiig more thart a tin umbrella com held over our heads bj a few wooden poles." Mr Ball v.-rltes well, and wit t:iy. He has found his little bit oi heaven and he appraclataa it Hut although the bonk is mainly nbout life In Grenada it is also an autobiography, and one is constantly reminded of Uie contrast Utv.e.1. life at the Imiifc'alov and the author's unhappy youth In Canada. I enjoyed every page of thl book—Mr Ball exaggerates wonderfully' Free!... After 5 Years—As; A rrisoner Ol Russia lly Stl airliner BE l H E had no! changed anything Ukfl M mi.eh %  I If you allow for the f.. ren Victor von Henckel-l>-i % % %  Ihat there had be ry strands In his hair, that tllfl >uld be written off ss the of time. d as cheerful as ever. But I watched IU> as we sat together talking In a Kurfurs'.ondam cafe. 0W and again a look of f alignhis face, a llsless Umldity. And then I rea'ised it. His good. English-made pre-war clothes and his g;.y manner were Just a little bit like the bright neon hunt-. <^n the buildings around us. Thr% an % %  eekt •' %  %  Outwardly, however, l could line! nothing in him to recall those ragged and toothless German priseii Wta dragging lliemselves through tie I I947 when I hi d M Maw to Zagorsk Or the pale, hollo., Oermani I hu i and the other turned prlgooa i % %  • n to here %  j is m.nc lUununatlni than D my own carefully shepherded visits to Rui i irhi [I :, .nd from diplomat friends I. : %  "II. | .1 d been sent to work In rier has been I, Three ol the men I talked with had been working Russia> top see-rd industrial area east of the %  i mere building factories and borng mil; iida. I up called AsbeM, affr the a-l. %  RUTHLESS HASTE Imi U I % %  -whoic. I learned. Any time off granted for holidays or poliUcnl celehratlons hnd to be made up by extra work. That applied to i-Vrman labe.ur. i %  letor, "the shop i wai In worked 2.T .v ( .k %  without %  Sundi On the whole the Gam with their %  ten fricmiIj At i. : rith RUSSUUM beiowi the rani nik. as the foremi n THEY BEO I MV in. (he Russians as %  the Gerraani Wltll teen :heir mencre prisoners* fare felt better off than the Russians, who had to pay for their own food out of their miserable wages of beIw ean 200 and 300 rnuhles a month. What that Is you will t. %  .. id cost onerouble .1 lb. nutfgariM r, o roubtai %  lb, and butter 32 roubles ., lb Aid UsOM W* the new reduced pen M Often the Russian workers would beg from their 1 ' "Land mo %  nubia," "" %  would say. "so that 1 can buy myself a piece, pi bread And tlie-y meant It. To me. however, tinKM.-^X raaeinaUni piece of news that these men have brought out with them is that there does exist in at least one area of the Soviet Union, a resistance organisation which Is successfully defying the Communist Party and the secret police. A MAFIA Victor was the first to tell me about the organisation. I he;ird more details from Ludwlg Kirchei an ex-lnfantr] sSTgasurt, who had first hand experience of its operation. TJlOOrgs %  l ,,f terrorist Matin which holds sway over the vast army of Soviet-dominnted people—sometimes estimated at more than 20.000. 000 men and women, who have been banished to penal camps ea.%  ,{ the (Jl Object* of the organisation are: — 1. TO MAKE life In the camps and the new Industrial areas they servo as agreeable as possible for its members by stealing food and clothing where tliev can get them. I TO rmilomsE Md txplolnt non-members %  dnona the prisoners. :t TO PROTECT lt-= IlinmlHII from the camp and se-Tet police, and lo f capes lo bandit life outside—I.KS D. v. scorr TO-DATS SPECIALS a CO.. LTD. at the COLONNADE TinCOCO A MALT Tins Hiuhmoor GCAVA JKLLY Mc. 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BLACK AND NAVY : Also : CHAMOIS I.KATHKKS STOP IN TO-DAY! DA COSTA & Co, LTD. DRY GOODS DEPT. For The HOLIDAYS AND Ml 8ETTER HEALTH To the Editor. The Mdrocole— Sn,—I much enjoyed the address of His Lordship the Bishop at the Youth Service on Sunday afternoon. It seemed to mc particularly good, full of weighty teaching and counsel, and expressed In clear and forceful words which even young children could not fail to understand. But the voice has finished speaking and others will intervena. May I suggest that the address should be printed as a leaflet and copies given to the head* of the various youth organisations attending the service—others too perhaps—so that it can be again put before the boys and girls and young people. Thus it would be likely to have the deep and permanent impression which it deserved. The service as a whole was well transmitted over the Radio—we are Indebted to the Company for enabling Urge numbers who, like myself, were unable lo be present, to hear the address very clearly. There wa* only one discordant circumstance, I believe, and that was that before the service was well over and the big congregation dispersed the Radio started shouting out one of these annoying advertisements. Surely Sunday might be kept free of thorn. Shops and stores are closed, and we do not want buying and selling to be thrown at us during the golden hours We get too much of it during lhe # week £ other point. 1 should like > to those who are associated in the effort "to promote spiritual revival and emphasis" and help the children that we have made a good beginning. We got our appeal for the preservation of the Sabbath into the press: we got the co-operation of the ClerRy who lake the Daily Morning Services; .111.! now we have this weighty and forceful address by the Bishop. There is hope for the parents and young people in this direction. PROGRESS. M.iy 23. 1950. \oi'*r Box To (JM fdttar. The Advocate — BOI t'nfortunately. I am one of those poor school boys who have school work when there Is too much noise going on around me. Her-' jre the following conditions under -tvhlch I attempt to work, or study if you could possiblv call it that. Radio in front. ludl.> bound ItadhM nn all Udaa Perprtiwllv th* louaMl of ihrlr kind. nvw wishing to kbido. Thrlr unwHrnn* r:.kol' A mil* up—Road. %  a piano master* abode. Whev* niiftn are a heavy load. Whoar objort? sreck the d— n keyboard! > little further down lha .iit-i-i. 1a little man. unuaualt) meek. B.n hli ob)ar4 in life. The louden radio and eUlle! Now could any person reasonably expect a boy to study for an exam under those wearying condlttOCUT I would like to appeal to people with any of the above noise-makers—for pete's sake, think for once that there is another person in this small world besides you and vom, noise box. It may be above all. a sensitive schoolboy—so kindly, U for no other reason, turn that disturbance of peace and plenty, down for once! OVER SENSITIVE SCHOOLBOY I.'nrr fnw To The Editor The Adrorat* SIR.—So much nonsense has i>oen talked in public within recent years In this Island thai the intelligent section of the community seem almost una ire of the growing danger whlrh fillows allowing some of the thing* said to go by default. In other instances there are people in Una cogniDU&ll whom the others expect more than froth and bubble wlv n thev essay to address public a .nonces. During lat week the ll,.rbdos Nurses Association held their annual meeting and the Director of Education delivered ace irding to your reports an address on Intelligence tests. This a idn*s might have been adimrahli for a gathering of teacher*, bul to a meeting of a Nurses' Association it was a waste of Und Surely the Director n.ust have known 'hat the relationship between the Association and the general phutic ftl) I tfag educational basis which is neede.l for npprtvi.ition of hc.ilili ,i d %  anltarj service, mutd bi interesting topic for thi One last word; the i. tciimem-e taita hw baan dl OOUntMl by some of the greater! ;.il specialists in Great Britain. In Barbados it I grouping and supcy* annualion. These were adopted lefore compulsory education and so once again the cart is being i the horse. FX-TKACHER A'o Trtip dttor. The Adfocatc — Sin. With reference to a letter appearing in the "Advocate" in which n la implied that th. Waal Indies Team nre playing too many nd thereby a "trap" has been laid, I crave a little space to clear up the misunderstanding. In the Brst piss s UM W 1 Ba> lures were drawn up i" proval of the Wi %  Control It is utti inw to say that the Aussles were given a day's rest after every match. This, M you know, would seriously English ptonahlp. It would Count] pUyin| the Aussles would also have to KUruj tha BBM th.entire count) fixtures tn be Drolonged. I am told that the All more matches than the I I • %  are scheduled to play they played five "Tests' of 5 days' duration as compared with our 4 'Ti it • the 'men from down ned their day's rest by defeating their opponents. in 'aiices. well within the and so won this our correspondent %  bout. No. Sir.' thl West Indies prouious than those of pn Dfl teams to England. Of eours*. It is also possible that previous teams were also "trapped Yours faithfully. %  Bridgetown 23Ui May, 1950. 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