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Abdullah Walks Out
On Arab League |

gn
ye League,

has 7 summoned to meet

annexa

Java Police

Search For
Murderers

OF TWO AMERICANS

DJAKARTA, April 29.
esian police and troops
ut West Java have been
to search for the murder-
es of the two Americans, Robert
Doyle and Professor Raymond
Kennedy, killed near the Ban-
dung-Cheribon Road, it was offi-
tially disclosed to-day.

' General Sukarto, the Republic’s
of Police, has gone to
Bandoeng to direct operations.

American officials in Djakarta
learned that both Mr. Doyle,
Life correspondent, and Pro-
Kennedy, Professor of So-
iglogy at Yale University, were
‘ot in the face and chest at point
range, after being marched
hundred yards away from







































it is not known whether the

were regular troops or not.
Doyle's body has been positively
identified, and officials have little
doubt that the other man was
Professor Kennedy.—Reuter.





Pollard President

s Of Workers Union

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)
BELIZE, April 29.

| Last night, Nicholas Pollard,

a of the Mercantile
Union and member of the

‘s Committee which led an

uation campaign, was

it of the General
. Union, the largest local

ohnny Smith, Deputy
of Belize and People’s |
mittee Chairman, was elected
President of the General
ters Union and People’s Com-
Secretary. George Price
ee to the Union’s Execu-
eset

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d superseded C. E. Betson
nt of the General Worker
Whion for the past seven years.
The Annual Delegate Confer
@evated Betson, the past}
ident and Patriarch of the
on, With a seat on the Union's
live and presented him with
rse in recognition of his dis- !
hed pioneer service to local |

|



A New Planet

MOSCOW, April 29.
A new planet—said to display
fa “unusual movement” — has
discovered by a _ Soviet
omer in the Crimea, it was
led here tonight.
—Reuter.

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J Against U.S. Arms
Aid To Italy

NAPLES, April 29.
@ to-day charged and
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a

209 tons of tanks and
Were being unloaded by
deckers under
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CHARL

ABDULLAH of Jordan, interviewed by a corre-
t of the Egyptian newspaper “Al Misri,” was|
here to have declared that he would abandon the
whether it remained in being or not.
Political Committee of the seven-member League

tion of Arab Palestine west of the Jordan, a move
Britain on Thursday.
lima ir -

|
|

| placed

| discussion.

IMr. C.



PERON WILL OPEN 84TH
| ARGENTINE CONGRESS |

On May Day

BUENOS AIRES, April 2!
THE CEREMONIAL inaguration of the eighty-fourth

heavy |

e@ docks, where the|

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.

CAIRO, April 29.

|
|
|

on May 2 to consider Jordan’s

The League was formed five
years ago to unite the Middle East
Arab states. Its members are
Jordan, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Iraq,
the Yemen, Syria and the Leba-
non. |

King Abdullah was reported
here to have told the Al Misri
correspondent in the interview: “I
shall break any Arab economic
blockade of Jordan by force. I
shall negotiate with my neigh-
bour” (presumably a reference to |
Israel.

“I shall not abandon the great-
er Syria plan.” (The Greater
Syria plan envisages a union of
Syria and Iraq, and perhaps Jor-
dan).

Of Egyptians, Abdullah was re-
ported to have said: “They are an |
African people who do not under-
stand Arab problems. They only
seek the leadership of the Arab!
Middle East.”



—Reuter. |

Carib Press |

Talks End
|



(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)

PORT-Or-SPAILN, April 29.

The Caribbean Press Associa-
tion meeting ended to-day and
passed a resolution asking for a
constitutional guarantee to be
written into the constitution of
the proposed Caribbean Federa-
tion providing freedom of press.

They also asked that the Fed-
eral Government be given power
to legislate all matters affecting
newspapers and other periodi-
cals,

It was decided
the resolution
Government concerned
Colonial Office.

C. E. Hitchins, newly elected
President, speaking about the
freedom of the Press resolution,
Stated: It is vitally important
that we have something in the
British Caribbean specially pro-
viding for freedom of the Press..

We in the West are in close
proximity to Latin America and
the Caribbean Republics. It is
therefore essential that our posi-
tion be clarified. I should not like
to have the British Caribbean
in a category subservient
to a dictatorship.

The meeting also discussed the
of ethics and newspaper
practices re editorials in circula-
tion and advertisements.

Codes were referred to the
Management Committee for con-
sideration after which members
circularised for criticism and re-
turned to the main body the final

that copies of
be forwarded to
and the

code

A resolution was passed that the
Association despatch a letter to
A. L. Gale, former Presi-
dent, expressing the hope of his
speedy recovery. F -

The Delegates were entertained
at cocktails at Government House
this afternoon.

9

“a

9.

lengthy speech by President

n Monday morning, May |.

—)

Working sessions of both Upper
and Lower Houses will start the
same afternoon, during which
both will consider motions pro-
moting Peron from Brigadier to
Major-General — which promotion
Peron declined to accept last year,
on the grounds that he could not

sign his own promotion.
With the .commencement ol
the working sessions, political

ers protesting against! differences between Peronista and
in Naples of the sec-} Radical parties will again become

pronounced especially as 20 radical
| deputies — whose tenure of office
has been prolonged for two years
| under terms of the new Argentine
constitution — refused to recognise
| the measure and today were pre-

‘senting their resignation en bloc
| which means that the Radical
| minority in the Chamber of

| Deputies will be reduced from 38
to 18. Asa result, it is considered
llikely that Peronista will table
| the motion calling for sanctions
| against the Radical Party under
terms of the new constitution
|} which provides for disciplinary
measures against persons OF
| groups carrying out or. proposing
lacts tending to alter in any way
constitution

| the provisions of the
—Reuter.



| R.A.F. RESCUE 23

KHARTOUM, April 29

A Royal Air Force plane to-
eked up 23 people stra -
' ‘ ert
vhen their plane, an
Misr Airways Viking, had 1
an emergency landing. No one

was hurt —Reuter.

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Sunday

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ES DI

WHAT looked like a certain goal
the ball over the bar. Evelyn and
match ended in a goalless draw.

“Epainemite
Sabotage”
Clean-Up

IN EAST GERMANY

DESSAU, Soviet Zone,
April

|
29 |

An East German court to-day |

sentenced former Saxe Anhait
Labour Minister Leo Herwegen
and former Economics Ministry
official Will Brundert to 15-years’
imprisonment.

The sentences in the East
German Republic’s first mass
economic sabotage trial were an-
nounced by 47-year-old Brunette
Hilde Benjamin, the Court's ates!
ident.

Herweigen and Brundert were}







SSOLVES BELGIAN PARLIAMENT
“ELECTIONS JUNE 4

bearer

was saved when Reece, the Everton goalie, barely managed to tip
Johnson, the two Spartan forwards are ready just ip case. The

Worldwide May Day

Celebrations Planned
COMMUNISTS, ANTI-COMMUNISTS

PREPARE RIVAL DEMONSTRATIONS

LONDON, April 29
COMMUNIST and Non-Communist forces the world
over are this week-end planning rival demonstrations,
parades, and processions to mark May Day on Monday
: np



With many leaders of workers
due to take part in the May Day
festival, Reuter cables from world
centres gave a picture of the split

ijbetween Communist - inspired
demonstrations supporting Mos-

Sports

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Everton







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two of nine defendants accused}
of illegally transferring more}
than 100,000,000 reichmarks in/
nationalised company assets from
East to West Germany.

The court also sentenced
Absentia Friedrich
Former Dessau Gas Company
Director, who fled to West
Germany to escape 15 years’ im-
prisonment.

Other sentences were: Dr.
Leopold Kaaz, former Dessau,
Chamber of Commerce President,
12 years.

Hermann Mueller, Gas Com-
pany co-Director, 12 years’ Paul
Heil Lawyer, eight years; Erst
Fauli, former Dessau Chamber of
Commerce official, seven years:
Ernest Simon, former Dessau,
assize judge, four years; Heinrich
Scharf, former Bank Director, two
years.

Argentine
Beauty Queens
Parade

ON MAY DAY

BUENOS. AIRES, April 29.

Labour Day will be a gala day
for Argentine workers who will
come from all parts of the coun-
try to take part in a monster de-
monstration in Plaza Mayo, organ-
ised by the Confereracion General
Del Trabajo, in which President
Peron and Senora Peron will
speak. Regional “Beauty Queens”
have already arrived in Buenos
Aires from the interior country
for the May Day parade, during
which a “Labour Queen” will be
elected and crowned” by the
President’s wife.

Work will be stopped through-
out the country while transport
services, which wiil be augmented
to handle huge crowds, will carry
out a token halt during the day.

o —KReuter.

700 Leave China

WASHINGTON, April 29

More than 700 foreigners of 26
different nationalities have board-
ed the American liner “General
Gordon” off Tientsin in a mass
evacuation from Communist Chi-
na, the State Department an-
nounced here to-day. Their de-
parture completes the evacuation
of American officials and the
closing of all official United
States establishments in Com-
munist China.

in





—Reuter.

Strike Threatens
Antigua’s Economy

(Sarpades Advocate Corresponden¢

ANTIGUA, April 29.
The continucus waterfront
strike in its 12th day seriously
threatens Antigua’s economy, crip-
pling the principal industry with
the sugar factory idle
Twenty thousand tons of sugar
is unmanufactured pending settle-
ment. Employers concerned in-
formed the Governor through the
Federal’ Labour Officer of their
willingness to arbitrate for imme-
diate settlement, but the Union is
impartial towards arbitration.



This morning a noisy crowd with }

the streets
with the

a steel band paraded
with scores of placards



t cted

we

Respe
Wate

right,



arir
Own it.

They gathered in the vi
Zennett Bryscn’s where
were active.

init

of
flags

red

Mithfessel, |

morrow afternoon in a return First Soa ah ‘

Division fixture at Kensington, cow’s “peace offensive’ and non-

et Paha My hd na Empire by the Communist and anti-Communist

odd goal in three hen fi

et Sih eieae | get they groups acting independently.
Everton occupy the second posi- In Transvaal, South Africa

tion and Empire the third place
| in this season's cup line-up.

The game will decide who will
be

where police stood by in light tanks
and armoured cars, and in London

political demonstrations have been

}
|

the one to chajienge Spartan és
for leadership at the head of this avoided. Following are the two
season's cup line-up, reports.



Paris

In Paris, Communists will march
with flags and banners on Monday
to the Place Bastille, General
De Gaulle’s party, rally of the
French people, will make a rivai
bid for the support of the working
class by holding a ‘fete of labour

3 Years For
Nudists

|
|

' UNDRESS IN COURT youth and sport” in the Bois de
1 | Boulogne at the other end of the
| NELSON, | city.

BRIT. COLUMBIA, April 29. In the southern (workers) dis-

Thirty “Sons of Freedom” Douk-|tricts of Gentlly and Arousel, an

hobors, members of a fanatical! avenue is to be renamed “Josef
off-shoot of a Russian Pacifist) Stalin Avenue”. It is at present |
religious sect, undressed in court! called after a Dr. Durand

here before being sentenced to Throughout Italy work will sto

three years in prison for nude for 15 minutes while workers
parading. hold demonstrations, the Com-

Shouting, “the only evidence I| munist-lea 5,000,000 strong Gener-

have is in my disrobing,” Dora}, . ati :
I : ’ al Confederation of Labour
Perihoodoff slipped out of her :
. 49 ced. > idependent
coat. Police stopped her there; er cee ue’ the. Independen

Union of Railwaymen has ordered

@ On page 16

but another woman stood naked in
the court room, before the police—
who had been trying to dissuade
four women from disrobing at
once could throw a_ blanket
around her.

They had been arrested after
200 naked men and women
chanted weird Russian hymns and
paraded with flaming torches.



; Found With
£45,000 In Gold

NICE, April 29.
A 55-year-old American, Jack
Ergas, was held by the Italian
police at Ventimiglia to-day after
Italian frontier Customs men found
88 kilos of gold in his car last



The “Sons of Freedom” had in-
flamed their village in what they
termed a “sacrificial act” in pro-
test against the imprisonment of
fellow “Freedomites.”

The police reported that the] night.
valley “looked like a Nudist Ergas, who described himself as
camp.” |2 textile exporter, stated he had
nothing to declare on arriving at

The Doukhobor sect was found- | the frontier from Nice.
ed in Russia in the 18th century.
They refuse to acknowledge the
validity of any man-made law,
and their objection to service in
the Russian Army led to relentless
action against them. About fifty
years ago they were allowed to
emigrate from Russia, and 15,000
settled in British Columbia and
Saskatchewan.—Reuter.

The gold was found inside the
back seat cushion. Customs offic-
ers valued it at £45,000. The
Italian police communicated their
discovery to the French police, and
a joint investigation of Ergas’
activities is being made.—Reuter.

|



Chilean Minister
In Holland

THE HAGUE, April 29.

Mr. ‘C. Morig Lynch, who was
appointed Chilean Minister to the
Netherlands last January, arrived
in Holland to-day from Stock-
holm with Mrs. Lynch. Morla
succeeds Madame Carmen Vial de
Senoret who was appointed mem-
ber of the Chilean Delegation to
— United Nations last Septem-

r,

Pope Receives
30,000 Pilgrims

ROME, April 29.

Pope Pius XII today received
30,000 pilgrims in audiene in
St. Peter’s basilica Among them
was a German pilgrimage from
Rottemburg diocese headed by
the Bishop, Monsignor Charles
Joseph Leiprecht.

—Reuter.

PLAY A SEASONED
TEAM AGAINST W.I.
Warns Jack Hobbs

(From Our Own Correspondent) against the West Indies
LONDON, April 29. Instead, opportunity should be

Reuter.





Jack Hobbs, former Surrey ana taken to experiment with young ised agents at the UN.ES.C.O, |
England cricketer, writing in the. players. Police outriders escorted his car |
Sunday Express this morning, “In my opinion this would be| from Le Bourget Airport to Paris. |
warns England's selectors of the!a disastrous folly, and an insult Reuter. |
folly of playing inexperienced) to our guests,” says Hobbs. eae |
players in tests against the West “The West Indies are 2 mag-
| Indie thi ummer He says nificent all-round ide full of TORNADO KILLS 9: T we &E A L L- Ss T E E L ‘s 5 Cc Vv Cc L &
the ‘ hool of thought| ardour and determination INJURES 100 '
wt Engiand must If the sea e get |
r um for the visit to| fast wickets we shall have ir OKLAHAMA, April 29 |
4 the close of summer, work cut he the we on hicl ti ! . 1 ‘ : : ‘ m= < . . .
sen mais Ge Lin, Sei cas ki . Chiiemn cated 1a distributors: CAVE, SHEPHERD & CO., LTD.
‘ are already| Compton, Hutton, Edrich, Eva ies amid pound ain late yes- || 10. 11, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET.
ag ed places, it would and cthers, terday, kil at least nine people ||
be unne to play them -—(By Cable). ind injure ver 100.—-Reuter. ————



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BRUSSELS, April 29.
PRINCE REGENT CHARLES to-day dissolved

Belgium's Parliament when the staunchly pro-
Leopold Catholics temporarily abandoned six
weeks’ stubborn efforts to get the exiled monarch
King Leopold, back to the throne.

The new election will be held on June 4, a year
after the General Election which put the Catholics
in power with a majority of nine in the upper House
of Parliament, but two votes short in the lower.

' The election will be fought

solely on Leopold’s return to the
throne after five years in pro-

| Flying Dises |
Vanish Into |

The Clouds

MILAN, April 29,
| Crowds of people, gazing sky-
| wards, today halted traffic in the
jcentre of Milan for the'second time
{in 12 hours as “flying discs hoy-
ered over the city. Two circular
fobjects cruised back and _ forth
;over Milan at a great height this
morning for over half an hour

Sugar Talks

Some of the people watching Ag; j , visional exile.
them said they seemed to consist In Mid-May A referendum last month show-
jof two segments, one dull and ed 57.6 of the nation in favour

tt has been agreed by the
Governments .con-
cerned that, as proposed at
the Grenada Conference, a
representative West Indian
delegation should assemble
in London in the middle of

j opaque, the other brilliantly lum-
jinous. They eventually vanished
}into the clouds. Two other discs
| drew crowds into the streets late
last night as they paused over the
}city for some moments in their

of bringing him back. But the
final decision rested with parlia-
ment.

Their shortage of two votes in
the Lower Chamber, and bitter
opposition from the Socialists, the

}seeming flight from East to West y’s 7
1 The authorities at Milan Air- May to discuss sugar policy the catholics “into See ee
} port, as well as the Italian Air with His Majesty's Govern- “a

gotiations with the Liberals, who

ment who have indicated hold the balance.

Force Command, said the appari- ’ or
their willingness to receive

tions were due to no known move-



















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;ment of aircraft |} the delegation during the ‘hale Linke eee ee ee"
Later, towards dusk, the city | week beginning 15th May. ment fell sani? jest seo in hen ?
IW * vee to see some 50 a | en ———ar § Liberal maui oe the Cabinet t
}Jects floating at a great height, | refuse agr 5 “i vy
; moving slowly from East to West ee > ¢ x a 2? saint seated Gata tue hansen to {
| Their upper surfaces appeared to | Jew Suss vote for the repeal of the law I
| be of a light orange-brown colour, keeping the King ; ae al :
|with the sun glinting brightly »xile e a f
from the lower half. Air authori- Producer Then began a_ series of pil f
as Age state. a . | & s s ) - t
[ear omeieins ~ ~ | R A '. Erimages to Leopold's lakeside f
pres NC a - > tt d 1ome near Geneva, Switzerland, |}
| e f cqui e by leaders of all the parties. }
y . Three Catholics and a Liberal
Red China | STATE PAYS FOR RETRIAL failed to bridge the gulf. Then
} HAMBURG. April 29 two weeks ago, the King broad- |
e - | b> Chieatnick FS aaek hae z day | cast to his nation for the first
Z ppoints U.N. upheld the previou icquitt al of time in 10 years, offering to hand
R ’ Veit Harlan, ace fi lr "producet eer en nee 9 his 19-
* m yes oO so r eC é
Delegates | er, ime namie on charges ot |) "The. Liberals agreed to this
dated ie Stake 4 ; + = the : ont compromise,—already supported
; HONGKONG, April 29 | of the retrial at the latest Catholic Premiers
Communist China's Foreign] The charges against Harlar desi mate “Pa l V ? aad lias i
Minister, Chou en Lai, has in- ,270Se chiefly from his productior P - MM, a cae ;
formed the United Nations Sec- |! @? alleged anti-Jewish film oe 1
retary-General Trygve Lie that| Version of Leon Feuchtwancers Tethe | hha ssbatiin bial . . ;
the Peking Government has ie “Jew Suss,” The making of the film cialiste Sr iaieeiae Pein the
pointed de‘egates for the meet- | had been ordered by Propaganda akin aicdsentian a) Te
ing of the United Nations Eco-} Minister Josef Goebels Regent Shaiant eee, Foe Zeeland -
nomic Commission for Asia and| The prosecution had demanded soon after mid-day to ‘a > =o \
the Far East in Bangkok on May |a@ two years’ prison sentence, and the dinebliation ate ae ;
16. s ‘ a fine of 105,000 marks. immediately afterwards ;
The official Communist news The 50-year-old German film Gaston Eyskens “Caretaker” j
agency said Chou told’ Lie in ajproducer, who is married to Prime Minister went to the Roy-
telegram that, “illegal delegates | Swedish film. .aetress Kristina) a) Palace afterwards F |
of the Chinese Kuomintang re- | Soederbaum, told the court that —Reuter.
actionary remnant cl'que” were/he had produced “Jew Suse” op
not qualified to take part and] the express orders of Goebbels.
Bi eg eee pe be i whom he could not oppose al °
| 10 rad also te egraphec oO Refusal to produce the film St k EK d
the League of Red Cross Socie-} would have feediian in imme- rl e . n S
ties, demanding expulsion of ‘ tn bite t 7
Chinese Nationalists, the agency ete ae ee gm 4 j I d
| added . }of his family, he said —Reuter, | n On on
—Reuter, -_-_—_—-_——__—— f
| eid alat aif | LONDON, April 29. f
Loyalty Day In U.S.) , tondon's ‘11-day’ old unotticial
‘ ¢ ¢ . doc strike ended today d c i
| 2 Paratroopers NEW YORK, April 29 as meeting called ve eo f
| f i 4 } Thousands of ex-servicemen | Strike leaders today to consider '
Die In Exercises and members of patriots’ organisa-| the Docks Board's ultimatum
tions marched down Fifth Ave-| “Return to work on Monday or &
| FORT BRAGG, NORTH nue to-day in their annual anti-; /ose your jobs,” 2,000 strikers }
CAROLINA, April 29. | Communist “loyalty day’ decided to return to work on i
Two American paratroopers Tne parade originated a few| Monday
died in a mass parachute jump of | years ago in answer the tradi-| Yesterday a meeting of 2,000 |
nearly 4,000 men with tons of] tional Communist May Day | dockers decided to resume today, ;
fighting equipment, which cli- | march “}and the Dock Labour Board
maxed the army’s large-scale Mayor William O'Dwyer took @Mnounced that 3.233 of the t
“exercise manoeuvre” here. the salute at a reviewing stand| 14,500 on strike turned up for i
One of the men fell from alag archers representative of 38) Work this morning hi
transport aircraft without a para-| nations went past —Reuter. —Reuter, f
chute. He had been helping to \ ir
push an artillery piece from the | ————————— ——— |]



plane when he overbalanced,
The other died when his para-
*hute failed to open.—Reuter.



Penicillin Machine
Not For War
Says W.H.O. Committee

GENEVA, April 29.
Five top-ranking doctors, sitting
as a committee of the United Na-
tions World Health Organisation,
have declared that penicillin-mak-

Gents’

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MODELS

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ing machinery labelled by the
United States as “potential war f d |
material could not possibly be of green an black,

used for biological warfare.

The machinery—known as Pod-
bilniak Extractors—is badly need-
ed in Eastern European countries,
but America has refused all orders
from behind the “Iron Curtain.”

The five experts urged the!
World Health Organisation to in- |
tervene and “make every effort to
procure this and other equipment
for countries requesting it.”

—Reuter.

With or without
dyno hubs
and 3 or
4 speed
Sturmey

. .
Trygve Lie in Paris ii
PARIS, April 29. reaver

Try sve Lie, United Nations Sec-
retary-General, arrived here by
air to-day from London on the
second leg of his European tour.
Lie would not answer a barrage

of questions on his programme in
Paris or the prospects of his trip
to Moscow. “I will give a Press
Conference on May 4 or 5, and will]
answer all your questions there,”

he said.

Lie, who will have talks with
French Government leaders, is

j here primarily to preside over a
»|rneeting of United Nations special-

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» J Starring: Clarke GABLE—Walter the “Golfito” yesterday from
$ 7 r England. Two weeks ago, they

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ngaged
A Universal Picture it Y“AAT O 4 ny elie nics
: JOLSON SI! GS AGAIN fOXHE engagement was an
‘ SSS nounced on Wednesday eve-
Starring: Larry PARKS—Barbara ning in Trinidad between Miss
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; , " Elaine Hutson, the daughter © i
, HALE—William DEMEREST Dr and Mrs. L.R. Hutson of ‘Anti- :
——$— gua, and Mr. Harold errera, =
: ROYAL = (WORTHINGs) ee Me var. and Mees: Jo05- |
. WEDNESDAY NIGHT, 3RD MAY, AT 8.30 ROXY eph Herrera, Snr. A
A : : Both Elaine and Harold are well p
ROXY THEATRE eS eee Se ne aioe
. M.G.M. Presents .. . them used to go to school here.
5 ~ i i Adviser to
ee ee ean Robert TAYLOR-John HODIAK ||| ME EMIIP MEWIET MYRGice (hacking camera) snakes _AWOy Por Iwo Weeks
i TRINIDAD’S POPULAR CALYPSONIANS in hands with the new Comptroller for Development and Welfare, R. A. E. TAYLOR and his
; LORD ZIEGFIELD — “MIGHTY SPOILER” ” Sir George Seel, K.C.M.G., at the Baggage Warehouse yesterday grandson Alfred oe “ya
sn oe ie enh? 66 AMBUSH morning. Caracas yesterday by WALA.
; LORD PRETENDER TRINIDAD MIDGET ON. HAROLD ROBINSON. Senior Mistress They expect to be away for two
* with Chairman of B.W1SA., weeks. s : bss
i ES a be ; Fs : arrived from Trinidad yesterday ISS W. BASCOM, one of the Young Alfred is going *0 ip yy A, GREENHILL, Madame Bromova’s hus
an Ree by B.W.I.A. for discussions with Senior Mistresses at Si. Caracas to visit some of his little shakes hands at the Baggage Warehouse with Molly R o
| Mr. E, H. Robinson, President of Winifred’s School, returned by Spanish girl friends, some of his the, new dancing instructor of Madame Bromoya's p in
} ———————"'|the Barbados Sugar Producers the ‘Golfito’ yesterday after spend- Barbadian girl friends on te gofool, She arrived yesterday by the Golfite from Ene. | t
Association, Hon. G. D. L. Pile ing nine months in England on Hastings Rocks may take ‘a dM = accompanied by her husband, Mr. RT. Sladdin, teft, Who is s
. “ and Hon. H. A. Cuke, M.L.C. He holiday. : view of this.’ new Manager of the Crane Hotel, Their two children, oe in
You ve heard about os to Trinidad the same and Elizabeth are also seen In _ picture. ;
afternoon. 2 a gem 3 . . aie i eo
‘ " ‘ i Molly Radcliffe Arrives A Leading f
‘ the Flying Saucers- Police Chief, Gold Coast } Mire, HT: Siaddin end RCT
i ° NAR. M. K. M. COLLENS, R. and Mrs. BT. eG a _C. T. W. E. Worrt
I, Now “i Commissioner of Police, Gold M their two | hildren ee : was recently in
| * you cam S@e@ {coast, Mrs. Collens and _ their and eae SPENT o "Er arak ea acs conference ae
él . ‘ ° daughter Miss Deirde Collens were fito’ yesterday from England. Federation of Civil’ gaEe
' ¢ree 6 Columbia arrivals yesterday morning from Mr. Sladdin is the new Manager Associations spent. the r
4 e > the U.K., intransit to Trinidad ot the Crane Hotel and his wife, of his stay with his
Action Packed where they will spend about six better known as Molly Radcliffe Ernest Proctor at
1 e weeks’ holiday. is the new dancing instruc tor tor ings. During Mr,
Serial . ee Mr. Collens who was a member Madame Bromova’s School of number of his friends we 9
of the Trinidad Police Force about Dancing. They were met at the tained to luncheon: ang Le
20 years ago as Assistant Superia- Baggage Warehouse by Mr, M. A. them were Hon, V, C, Gag i
tendent told Carib that he was now Greenhill, Madame Pe 5 pees isi W. Reece, KC, si
’ visiting that colony to renew old husband and Mr, Fred Goddard, General, Dr. L, Ward, Met
lated eT he {acquaintances during his police M.C.P Ward, Mr. H. A, Tu ;
OW A RS 4 pe i To be Married Shortly = Pttis, Mr. C. A. Coppin, Gimli
‘ He said that he is on six months ISS K. MOLLOY who is to be MCDt Analyst, Dr. Alia
‘ A [des cj |leave and the rest of the time will M maried ghartli’ We Bosbados another visitor from fy
d OF be spent in England, the main wrfved. ffom Hngiand: yesterday Kirton, Mr. John Perreira, thie
ey attraction being the West Indi: a pass as ‘eA ts “Golfito ae ay ee and Mr, Fred Bm 4
Cricket team. staving at the Ocean View Hotel, ““©-P: Mr. Worrell) witiiiaumm
During his short stay in Barba- Her aes i A es . se ing member of the Atina 4 |
dos, he paid a visit to Col. R. ‘i. ih Mee oKehe eS Club returned to Trinidad ing
’ In a Programme of the Latest CALYPSOES Michelin, Commissioner of Police Arete d ie the Golfit a be there for the Creole
See and Hear The “TRINIDAD MIDGET” —4 feet 1 inch tall ee ee ee ‘ery a um 4 » week cnt tee During ail
PRICES: Pit 18c; House 36c: Balcony 48c; Boxes 60c. ie Tigaets, eee Praee, A a rs = pone ee oe ie B wbados he alto sama
the Golfito yesterday was Parbacos a
fit Sees Mr. and Mrs. “Mike’’ Hunte Mrs. Elaine Mary Robinson. She importation of thoroughb
o< Ne , ASSIS- Was met on board by Mr. and iste >
tant Cones eeewteny aa hele are LO Ee Married Yesterday on Brian eee She is Mr, In W.I. Once Again
) in Dominica is on his way home ‘ . Robjnson’s mother. R. PERC ;
( after an eight months’ course at Flying to Valparaiso ESTERDAY afternoun at 4 _ M: the West taal ee
}) Oxford on Colonial Administra- R. H. C. REYNOLDS, the .~ o'clock the James _ Street : intransit passenger is i
, jtion. He arrived in Barbados a Chia Oftbes . the Methodist Church was attractivel the “Golfito” enro ti ey
{ yesterday by the Golfito, and will — |) ; Peni Flee aan er tr N€ decorated as Miss Gloria Warren, He told Carib th rede it
) be here until he can secure a sea Cable Ship Electra wus an Iniran~ qaughter of Mrs. Beryl Warren of tad Ce at he wasnt
\ 1 passage to Dominica. sit. passenger on the Golfito for ‘Rayburn’, My Lord’s Hill and the yet if he would retum t
, L 0 | N ly T Y Trinidad yesterday. From Trinidad jate Mr. Byron Warren We some of his stay in Barbadat
4 \ pev! ca Sen pon 0 year y iwo ears he will fly to Valparaiso and join marrieq ‘to Mr. H "C ‘Mike? was last in the West Indiesg
a )) AR \ “Bruce Gentry” ISS Nelf Archer, after spend- his ship there. His last ship was tuynte son of Mr. and Mrs. M. R one year ago. q
ft 1 hed ; ing nearly two years in the C.S. Retreaver stationed in § ct ha en
, OM NEA . Yo England returned yesterday by Singapore. He is relieving Mr. oe es oe —
| { —. > “Golfito” Rear ili 2 cere ) ich was fully mon:
' \ ‘ M NEAL \ > i the “Golfito”. Cross on the Electra. choral was performed by the Rev. CROSSW BD
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} 3 RALPH HODGES WY) E M p I R E | aisle by her brohter Mr. Kenneth 1 ie ¢
| { A cenares uvihe acai cha ca Warren and she presented a Ee i
iN Aipien. vy | Tho Most Eagerly ; ; beautiful picture in a cloud pink - :
’ tt —_-Divocted by SPENCER BENKCT | : ; slipper satin dress, with close }
i i} ep Awaited Motion i, fitting bodice and a paniered skirt. f
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; A | was held in place with a bonnet or
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At The Cinema

guNDAY, APRIL 30, 1950
“ 7

oe Up Appointment
To Take oa yvULIEN, daugh-

oe Ths
M« ef Mt W. E. Julien, mer-
ver of Mr. '

of St- George’s, Grenada,

aes en, was intransit on
j Mrs, yesterday from Eng-
- ee she had been holiday-
jand haar past seven months.
ing fur a Carib that she was just
Sue ial to Trinidad to take up
going “ tment with the Govern-
an epee that colony as Dietician.
2 receiving her early edu-

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Miss PAULA JULIEN.

Bishop’s High Schoo)
ten Miss Julien went on
nd ig University in Nova
Bis where she took her B.Sc.
in Wuirition after four years
She then spent a year in
' where she got her post
; ste diploma in Dietetics at
Feffassachusctts General Hos-
ing of her trip down from
d, she said that it was a
“ery delightful one and added
that it was regrettable that she
had to return so soon as she would
pave liked to see the West Indies
at cricket.
Many T.C.A. Personnel
“AAANY T.C.A. personnel have
yk been visiting Barbados.
fe the recent departures from
sabank are, Mr. and Mrs. H.
rgeon from Montreal Mr. and
§. M. Seaton from Toronto,
, and Mrs. Bob Ernst from
Montreal, Mr. and Mrs. Julian
rini from Montreal and Mr.
Mrs. Tom Bamford from
Montreal.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernst stayed a
Morinight as did most of the others,
Nong enough to sec the island and
Me charmed with it. They have
Metirned intending to send all
friends to Barbados.

Joins Husband Here
OLONEL H. V. Bloodworth
of Cable & Wireless Ltd.,
Mendon, who is spending about
fax months in the West Indies,
umed from Grenada on Mon-
Mrs. Bloodworth arrived
m UK. by S.S. “Bonaire” on
day and they are staying at
Ocean View Hotel.

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‘Al Jolson Sings Again’

By

“AL JOLSON SINGS AGAIN”
invitation to see a film that i
pathos, and—to those of us wh

Screen and in person as
Showing at the Empire
technicolour is a sequel to *
Al Jolson himself never
out, singing once ag

Opening with the separation of
Jolson and his wife Julie, the story
continues with his return to Broad-
way after a period of retirement
Success follows success, but on
the granting of the divorce
Jolson becomes despondent and
Bives up his work, During the
war, however, he goes overseas
entertaining the troups and on his
return, realizes that times have
changed anc his type of entertain-
ment is no longer in
His marriage to an Ar
is the turning point, and through
her encouragement, he finally
achieves Success and happiness
again, culminating in his spectacu-
lar comeback jn “The Jolson
Story” which is his own life.

demand.
My nurse

From the technical
view, the film is skilfully
The synchronization ‘of Larry
Parks miming Jolson’s manner-
isms, actions and facial expres-
Sions wit’ Jolson’s Singing of the
SONS 15 SO smocth as to be almost
unbelievabie. Parks bears no
resemblance to Jolson in any way
but he has been able, through the
skilful interpretation of
and the uncanny
Jolson’s personality,
impression that it is Jolson him-
self on the sereen. An amusing
sequence shows Parks as himself
being introduced to Parks as Al
Jolson and in another instance,
Parks as Al Jolson coaches Parks
as himself to be the Jolson double!
Sounds like confusion of the worst

kind — but it’s not when seen in
the film!

point of
handled,

his role,
capturing of
to give the

Barbara Haie, as Jolson’s second
wife, is without a doubt, a most
attractive young actress. Though
a newcomer, she handled her role
ina thoroughly competent manner

and her humour and warm-
hearted understanding were most
pleasing. William Demerest as
Jolson’s manager, and Tamara

Shayne and Ludwig Donath as his
mother and father, were all ex-
cellent.

Amongst the interesting high-
lights of the film are behind-the-
scenes shots in a studio during the
making of “The Jolson Story” and
a scene showing the method of
recording.

All the old favourites that Jol-
son used to sing are heard again
—‘I’m Looking Over a Four Leaf
Clover,” “Baby Face,” “Give My
Regards To Broadway,” and a
host of others that will take a lot
of us back many years.

G.B.

—the title in itself is an
S full of music, humour and
Oo remember Jolson on

a great entertainer—nostalvia.
Theatre, the picture which is in

he‘Jolson Story” and although

‘er appears, his voice is heard through-
ain the old songs that he mace {

5 ‘ 1 & ace Tam
together with a sprinkling of new ones.

“ON THE TOWN”

When three American
fing themselves footioose and
fancy-free in a City like New
York—anything can happen
it does in “On The Town” nov
showing at the Globe Theat:
Frank Sinatra, Gene Kelly and
Jules Munshin as the three gobs
who are definitely pleausure bent,
have one riotous and_ hilarious
twenty-four hours in the Big City
and are pretty well successful in
getting the whole place by the
ears.

Starting off in a subway, the
story concerns the efforts of the
three to find Vera-Elien, nominated
“Miss Turnstiles”, with whom
Kelly falls in love when he sees
her picture in the train. During
the search, they are ably assisted
by Betty Garret, a taxi driver
who falls for Sinatra and At
Miller, a glamourous student
anthropology whom they meet in
the Museum of Natural Hist 3
one of their many ports of call!
Eventually, Kelly finds “Miss
Turnstiles’ and the six of them
start off from the Empire State
Building on a riotous round of fun
and games, night-clubs, Coney
Island, where they have a dust-up
with the police—and finally end
up Brooklyn Navy Yard.

The rather flimsy plot is more
than made up for by the excellent
dancing and the catchy tunes that
are introduced. The routines of
Vera-Ellen and Kelly are particu-
lariy good and executed in a most
finished style and the dance per-

salloi

-and



formed by Ann Miller, Betty Gar-
rett and the three men in the
Museum — concluding with the

collapse of a large dinosaur, is one
of the most amusing highlights of
the film.

“On The Town” is bright, cheer-
ful entertainment—the songs are
good—and it’s in Technicolour.

“COMMAND DECISION”—con-
sidered to be an outstanding story
of the war, is showing at the Royal
Theatre (Worthing). To quote
a group of American reviewe1
“It is a study, both personal and
military, of the involved strategies
of war and of the responsibilities
of command, concerned chiefly
with the problems of a far-seeing
General, who must weight his own
convictions against the pressures
of public, political and ry
disapproval. Clarke Gable in the
lead seems completely right,
Walter Pigeon’s part is notabl
the supporting cast is excellent



milit

Blondie Comes To Life

HOLLYWOOD,
Dagwood would have grimaced
in mortal agony.

Blondie, instead of eating a



quadruple-decker sandwich, wa
daintily nibbitug at a crumpet
while she balanced ¢ of tea
one dimpled knee

Penny Singleton, the blonde
cutie who loves Shakespeare bu
who is forever destined to
known as “Blondie,” remarkec
that she does not particularly care
lor sanawicnes,

“Especially,” said the blue-é i
actress, “I don’t like sandwiches

of the kind Dagwood manufactures

in our pictures ana the comic

strip.”
Blondie’s

MeNulty

name is Mariana
but she hoofed and emo-

ted in Broadway musical comedi?s
as Dorothy McNulty before Hoily-
wood latched on to her and

her

changed handle to Penny

Singleton







She recently returned to Holly-
wood from a personal appearance
tour through the East and Mid-
west, where she spent most of he:
chil-







visiting veteran and
iren’s hospitals,

“It gave me raore § )
he said today, “than an J
done tor years, more (
Stars should get out around tl
country. I going out agai
longer trip, in a few ks

Between sips of t Blondie |
loose with additional data fron
around the corner of npe

Her father was a newspaperma!



in Philadelphia, where Mariana
Dorothy or Penny or Riondie m
her stage debut at the age of «
Less than six years tel
she was appearing in oad sn
J. J. Shubert signed her fo Ne
York Winter-garden Review v
made her the youngest dancer ¢

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HIBISCUS

THE Hibiseus is suen a lovely
shrub and grows so easily that it
Shou be given a place in every
garden,

This is the time of year when
most people cut back their Mibis-
jcus, so if you have not already got
this decorative and useful plant,
now is the time to get a few cut-
tings and stick in. oe

As Hibiscus seldom sets seed
in Barbados it is nearly always
srown from cutting. There are
fifty varieties, both double and
single to choose from, and all of
the flowers are beautiful, flower-
hg off and on right through the
*. Hibiscus likes an open sunny
spot in good soil, and responds
to heavy watering. The bushes,
which will attain a height from
three to elgnt feet can be grown
as a hedge, an ornamental shrub,
or as a Standard. If grown as a
hedge, cuttings a foot long should
be planted in a criss-cross posi-
tion touching each other thus
X X X and each pair of cuttings
should be a foot and a half apart
from the next pair. Plant a second
row a foot in front of the back
row, so that you have a doubie
row of criss-cross cuttings for
your hedge.

For a Standard

Standard Hibiscus are charm-
ing, and are not difficult to grow.

Select a strong straight cutting
from four to six feet long, cut

ff all the leaves, and plant it very
firmly in the chosen spot, stak-
ing it if you think it is necessary.
After it has started to spring cut

to the correct length of three
feet, and carefully cut out all the
eyes along the stalk except those
at the top, Allow these to sprout
and grow, but keep them well
trimmed in a bouquet shape suffi-
ciently so that the Standard does
not have a top heavy look. Hibis-
cus flowers are lovely in the house,
but unfortunately they only live
a day. They will however live the
same length of time completely
without water, so can be arrang-
ed in almost any way, whicn
somewhat makes up for their
short life. Hibiscus plants are
often attacked by ‘Seale Blight.’
In appearance this nuisance looks
like small shiny brown lumps all
up the stem of the plant. At the
ame time it will be noticed that
the leaves have a dark sooty ap-
pearance, and that the plant is
infested with ants.



The Garden Book of Barba-
dos tells us that the sooty appear-
ance of the leaves is an accom-

! ent of the scale blight, and

he ants sre largely responsi-

ing the blight, The

re ok advises getting rid of
the ants first, by tracking them]

M o their nest and destroy-

the nest with boiling water.

After this has been done spray-the
H with Niagara Emulso,
} badly affected
be necessary to prune the
rts

nt ver

a

ilywood beckoned. Colum-
interviewed a couple

Hie

1 Studios

red girl to portray
Blondje”’ on the screen.
Penny i married to studio
cutive Robert Sparks. They
ve two daughters



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. E. S. WYATT, who captained Englani in sixteen Tests, includ-
ing four against the West Indies in 1934-35 will lead Worcester-
shire against the West Indies in their official opening fixture against

Worcestershire at Worcester next Saturday, May 6

On seeing the announcement of the team I immediately set about
finding out something about them. “Wyatt we all know was born on
May 2, 1901 and formerly turned out for Warwickshire. He was one

of Wisden’s Cricketers of the Year in 1930.
SECOND IN BATTING AND BOWLING

AST season he was second in both the batting and bowling aver-

ages for Worcestershire in the County Championship games.
His highest score was 166 and his
average 34.04. He only sent down 53 overs for the entire season but
this was sufficient to earn him second place in the bowling averages

He scored 851 runs in 26 innings.

with seven wickets taken at a cost of 20.57 runs each.

R. Howorth we have already seen in the West Indies as a mem-
He took the highest

individual amount of wickets on any side during the tour—30—at a

ber of the 1948 M.C.C. tour to the West Indies.

cost of 38.28 runs each and sent down 511.3 overs.

His left arm slows were always respected although he concen-

trated too much on negative tactics. He is a useful batsman as well
and will obviously be one of the men to watch in that team.

R, Jenkins, slow leg break and googly bowler will be another
player that will surely earn considerable respect from the West In-
dian batsmen. He enjoyed considerable success last season culminat-
ing in his having been selected to represent the M.C.C. on their tour

of South Africa. He scored 1,226 runs in 46 innings which included

an innings of 109 as the highest and took 68 wickets at a cost of 25.07

runs each,
OPENED AGAINST MANY TOURISTS

R: T. D. PERKS, opening pace bowler for Worcestershire has bowled

the first ball to the opening batsmen of touring teams to England,
probably on more occasions than any other cricketer
to-day.
The

against Worcestershire and so Perks is given his opportunity to bowl
the first ball of the tour.
wicket-taker and was the only bowler to pass the 100 wicke

In 974 overs he captured 102 wickets for 2,349 runs at an average
cost of 23.02 runs each, and scored 631 runs in 26 innings.

L. Outchocrn and E, Cooper who are included in the team, both
passed the thousand run mark this season.
scored 1,178 runs and this included an innings
average of 32,72 runs per inning:

E. Cooper scored 1,293, highest
runs per innings.

of 110 not out and an

WON SIX TIMES
ORCESTERSHIRE themselves fell

eason and were con

in the Championship last
shown a strange lack of consistency but the si
scored were emphatic enough
They twice defeated Surrey ar
tonshire, Middlesex, Somerset and Essex.
a County of some experience and capability to negotiate
meet Worcestershire in their opening game

WHO SAYS, “SOFT CRICKET” ?

x victorie
cored victories

a

when they

A “ORRESPONDENT with the pen-name “Tnterested” wrote in
Thursday’s issue of the Advocate and expressed complete dis-
agreement with my article last Sunday when I suggested that the

fixture of the tour

for the

team to play the opening

that

West Indie:
selected with special reference to

Yorkshire and that without unduly weakening the hypothetical thrust
those players who are un-

of the team, preference should be given tu
acquainted with English conditions

“Interested” considers this “soft cricket”. He writes “The Aus-
tralian theory and pxactice is that you should start building your
when the captain selects what he

next team from the opening game
believes should be the first Test Team.”
If the West Indies attempt to pattern

last victorious Australian team, they are attempting
akin to the suicidal. In the first place they are West Indians and not
Australians and that is not meant to be facetiou
NOT ON A PAR
“HE Australians took seventeen players England as compared
ib with the West Indie xteel Here are a few vital facts
which the West Indian team differs in compo ition from Bradman’s

wonder team

The Australians included in their team two
keepers in their own right—Don Tallon and Saggers
ss Clyde Walcott and an experiment In Robert Christiani w



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ce not even been keeping wicket in these days for his own colony
The Australians possessed in Bill Johnstone and Toshack two
well tried and experienced medium left arn bowler The West Indie
are trying out twenty-two yeat old Valentine and depending upon
Frank Worrell, ace batsman, for the rest of the left arm stuff
THREE YOUNG FAST MEN
T N Lindwall, Keith Miller and Sam Loxton the Aussies had three
young and fit bowlers of real pace while the West Indies are a king
40 year old Hines Johnson, heavy but willing Prior Jone who is
rapidly nearing the veteran stage, and tall bespectacled Lance Pierre
whose present day qualities are admittedly known only to a very
few, to take charge of the pace bowling department
Australia had Ring and McCool as blooded slow right leg ana off

break spin bowlers and the wily la

of the first water The West Indie are trying out C. “Boogles
Williams and Sonny Ramadhin who have still to play their first lest
match.

For opening batsmen the Australians has the capable Arthur

Morris, Barnes and Brown all cricketers with first class Test records
lmeyer, Rae and Roy Marshall
the West Indies but these

The West Indies are asking Jeffrey Stol

The first two have already played Tests for

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Australians, New Zealanders, South Africans, Indians and
West Indians have been opening their tours to England with a match

Last season he was Worcestershire’s leading
t mark,

In 25 innings Outchoorn
score 115 with an average of 30,06

from seventh to tenth piace
idered to have
which they

over Northamp-
The West Indies will have

should be
second game against

their strategy on that of the
something closely

in

recognised wicket-
The West Indies
ho

Johnson as an off-break specialist



SUNDAY ADVOCATE



SPARTAN—EVERTON
IN GOALLESS DRAW

PROBABLY the largest crowd to have witnessed a

football match for the season,

saw Spartan and Everton

battle to a goalless draw at Kensington yesterday.

The teams were somewhat
evenly matched. At the start
Everton were on the offensive and
executed some good forward
movements threatening their op-
ponents’ goal, but towards the end
of the first half of the game and
for the most part of the second
half, Spartan took over.

The defence, on either side
however, was sound, and Everton’s
custodian who of the two goal-
keepers had the most work to do,
performed brilliantly. “Shell”
Harris for Spartan on the other
hand, did quite well on the com-
paratively few occasions on which
he had to exert himself.

Everton started off defending the
Screen goal. For the first few
minutes they pressed the game
and Spartan conceded the first
corner. It was the result of a fine
effort by centre-half Cadogan who
just managed after running several
yards, to kick the ball away from
Blades, Everton’s inside-right who
was on the verge of sending in a
“stinger” at close range and which
very likely might have resulted
in a goal.

Everton continued on the attack
and at one time there was wit-
nessed some fine head passing be-
tween the forwards in Spartan’s
goal area. The danger was avert-
ed by Spartan’s defence and soon
after their forwards were sweep-
ing down the field on the offensive
for the first time. Left-winge:
Chase got possession of the ball
and centred accurately but no one
was in position and the ball went
outside.

Quickly after, Johnson at inside-
right who was now getting into his
stride, received a good pass in the
goal area from Evelyn but kick
wide of the goal. Spartan were
now pressing the game. A few
more opportunities for scoring
came their way but they failed to
maké ‘the most of them, Goal-
keeper Reece saving easily the
few lukewarm attempts at punch-
ing the ball into the nets.

The blast of the whistle for
half-time found both teams ob-
viously tiring but still on the

search for that initial goal which
might have made all the difference
in this stubbornly contested match.

When the game resumed
Spartan were again on the attack
and got two corner kicks in quick
succession. They kept up the
pressure and during this period
there was seen excellent displays
of combination by the attackers as

they swept relentlessly towards
their opponents’ goal Outstanding
in their performance at this time
were the centre-half Cadogan, §
Johnson at inside-right, Ishmael 5
at inside-left, Chase on the léft
wing and to a siightly lesser de-

gree, Keith Walcott on the right
wing.
Reece was called upon to save

frequently and did it well es-
pecially when Walcott sent in a
grounder” from the wing at

fairly close range that made the
goal-keeper lay prostrate to save,

When Everton again got going
White on tne left wing got the
ball and ran down the line. He
centred splendidly but Harris was
well positioned and had no diffi-
culty whatever, not only in saving
but getting the ball back on the
field

As the game wore on each team
redoubled their efforts to score
but without avail as the hard-
worked defences held firm

Mr. Paul Wilkin was the referee

do not number more than three set

*

Savannah
Tranquility
Tournament

IN MAY

A TENNIS TEAM from Tran-
quility Club in Trinidad is due to
arrive in Barbados on the Lith.
May for their annual Tournament
against Savannah Etal Clubs.

The Tranquility have aiready
selected their team among is
F. Gun Munro who last year
defeated the Local Singles Cham-

pions E. P. Taylor and Dr. C.
Manning.
Tranquility’s team are: —
MEN—H. (Fuchie) Nothnage'l,
F. Gun Munro, P. Wadell, A. De-
Verteuil, D. Scandella, and

T. Scholseth.

LADIES— Miss Mildred Cam-
bridge, Miss M. Trestrail, Miss
C. DeVerteuil and Miss Anita
Reid.

All of the above players have
had previous experience on grass
with the exception of P. Wadell
who is making his first appear-
ance for Tranquility.

The Local Team has not yet
been selected, but thirteen men
and ten ladies have been asked
to practice.

For the Trinidad Team
H. (Fuchie) Nothnagel has been
selected Captain and for the
Local Team Dr. Harold Skeete
has been selected non-playing
Captain.

The tournament will probably
start on Friday May 12th.

T’dad Merchants XI

Tours St. Lucia

ST. LUCIA, April 28.

The touring Merchants’ team
from Trinidad, playing a final Test
Match against all-St, Lucia side
at Victoria Park, Castries, knocked
up in grand style a total of 240
for the loss of 6 wickets, before
the close of play.

The Merchants XI won the toss
and elected to bat on a perfect
wicket, lunchtime finding the
score 42 without loss,

Joseph, who opened with T. C,
Kallo, went quickly after lunch
for 19. Three other bats went
cheaply and Skipper Rickhi part-
nering Shuffler brought the score
from 121 to 209 in a partnership
yielding 188 runs,

Jaceassar and Shuffler were at
the crease when stumps were
drawn,

SCOREBOARD

MERCHANTS—First Innings



L. Joseph c wicket-keeper b Stewart 19
T. C, Kalloo ¢ & b Ishmael 68
8. Kalloo Lb.w., b Ellick 6
S. Niamath 1.b.w., b Ellick 8
B. Harding c wicket-kpr, b Stewart 9
K. Rickhi ec Clarke b Ellick 48
F. Shuffler not out ho UR
C. Jacassar not out ..... srne 27
Extras: 4

é Total (for 6 wkts.).. 240

BOWLING ANALYSIS

oO mm. oe w.

RB. Crick 13 4 41 0

O, E. Ellick 18 4 49 3

C, Stewart 12 4 24 0

K. Ishmael ll 3 34 1

R. Matthews 6 0 31 0

8S. Griffith 5 0 23 0

Cc. Paul 2 0 11 0
J. Martial 1 0 7 0

F, Phillips 1 0 4 0

—Can, Press.

The teams were;

Spartan: Harris, Bowen, Gib-
ons, Gittens, Cadogan, Haynes,

Walcott, Johnson, Evelyn, Ishmael,
Chase.

Everton: O. Reece, R. Culpepper,
Robinson, E. Reece, S. Culpepper,
Hall, Steede, Blades, Olton, Cox,
White. ined
Roy Marshal

ies between them is

still to play in his first Test match,
CANNOT APE AUSTRALIA

rNVHIS being the case, it is obvious that the West Indies carnot at-

tempt to ape the tactics of
no similarity

the Australian team since there is

in the constitution of the teams nor is it possible for

the West Indies to adopt new tactics at this stage
Experimentation will have to be the order of the day before

the West Indies take the field for

ginning on June 8
Before that time the West
Rae or Stollmeyer contract a bad

Indies must know whether

the first Test at Old Trafford be-

in case
cold or measles whether I\oy Mar-

shall ean fill the breach, They must also know, if unfortunately Wal-

eott cannot be used behind the stumps whether Christiani
wicket up to Test match standard,

van keep

They must know by that time

whether it would be in the best interests to take C, B. Williams out in
place of Ramadhin or both at the expense of Valentine.

Yes, Mr

“Interested” only experimentation within th

bounds

of reason and restraint can guarantee the West Indies an even chance

in the First Test

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Further to previous information
on the BBC's arrangements for

broadcasting reports and com-
mentaries on the West Indian
cricket tour below are detailed

final arrangements in this connec-
tion and the special wavelengths
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Test Matches: Ball by ball com-
mentary throughout each day’s
play from 10.15 te 17.45 GMT on
16.95 metres, 17.70 megacycles.
The first part of the commentary
from 10.15 to 14.00 GMT will also
be carried on 19.85 metres, 15.07
megacycles.

County Matches: For the open-
ing match against Worcestershire
commentaries will be given on

the last half-hour’s play before
lunch from 12.00 to 12.30 GMT
on 16.95 metres, 17.70 mega-

cycles and on 19.82 metres, 15.14
megacyecles and on the last half-
hour of the day’s play from 17.00
to 17.30 GMT on 13.84 metres,
21.675 megs. on the three days of
the match, May 6th, 8th and 9th.

On the following matches:
M.C.C.—Sat., Mon., Tues.,
May 20, 22 and 23,
Glamorgan—Sat., Mon., Tues.,
May 27, 29 and 30,
Yorkshire—Sat., Mon., Tues.,
July 29, 31 and Aug. 1,
Glamorgan—Sat., Mon., Tues.,
Aug. 5, 7, and 8,
Middlesex—Sat., Mon.,

Aug. 26, 28 and 29,
commentaries will be given from
12.00 to 12.830 GMT on 16.95
metres, 17.70 megacycles and on
19.85 metres, 15.07 megacycles
and from 17,00 to 17,30 GMT on
16.95 metres, 17.70 megacycles
with additional commentaries on
Saturdays from 14.45 to 15.15
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On the following matches:

Surrey—beginning on Satur-

day, May 13.

Lancashire — beginning

Saturday, June 3,

Notts—beginning on Saturday,

June 17,

Hampshire —
Saturday, July 1,
Northants—beginning on Sat-

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Derbyshire — beginning

Saturday July 15,

Gloucestershire—beginning on

Saturday, Aug. 19,
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15.15 GMT on 16.95 metres, 17.70
megacycles.

All Matches: In addition to the
above, comments on the day’s play
will be given on every day of
every match in the West Indies
half-hour beginning at 23.15 GMT
on the regular BBC wavelengths
to this area in the 25 and 31
metre bands, 11 and 9 megacycle
bands.

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Sir Pelham Warner, welcoming
the team said “I was born in the
West Indies and first played crick-
et as a small boy at 6.30 in the
morning in my nightshirt with
a native houseboy bowling to me
along the gallery round our house.
It was a perfect wicket. I had
the great honour to play for the
West Indies in the year 1900 in
the first West Indies team that
came to this country. I am too
old to boast—but I’m 76 and not
out! Perhaps you will forgive me

* if I mention that I made a hun-

dred. I remember going in to
pat with Oliver. He nearly ran me
off my feet. But I have never been
given a West Indies cap!

Happy Visit

“Well two years ago, after 50
years’ absence from the West
Indies, I had the great good for-
tune to go out on the same ship
as the M.C.C., team under the
captaincy of G. O. Allen, and I
can assure you I had the most
glorious and happy time that any
man could have in any sphere of
life. I was completely spoiled.
Their kindness, hospitality and
affection I shall never forget.

“In no part of the British
Empire is cricket more closely
followed and more keenly played.
Enthusiasm is tremendous and
to go down Broad Street in Bar-
bados on the day of the Test
Match, the whole place is crowded
with cars and everybody is hur-
rying to the match. And so well
educated are the West Indians
that though the schools may have
decided to go back on January 21
and the Test Match is on the 26th,
the schools are given am extra
week. I call that proper education
—cricket is the greatest educa-
tion you can have.

“IT want to warn the English
cricketers—my countrymen are
very good. Next to the Austra-
lians they are the best of our
cricketing Dominions and I think
they are going to do very well in
this country. I don’t want Eng-
land to lose, on the other hand [
want to see my countrymen do
very well, which I am confident
they will do. I should like to see
the match level and England
winning by one wicket—you will
see how very neutral IT am!”

—B.U.P.

B’dos Friendly
Football Association

Following are this week's fixtures:
May 2nd: Berwick vs. Colts at Shell
Referee: Mr. J. Archer
Advocate vs. Tambrose at St
ard’s. Referee: Mr. C. Jommott
Penrode va. National at the
Referee: Mr. E. Reece.

May 3rd: Tambrose vs. Colts at Shell
Referee: Mr. E. Clarke.

Reeds United vs, St. Matthews at the
Pay. Referee: Mr. O. Graham

St. Mary's Old Boys vs. Westerners
at St Leonard's. Referee m_—. GU
Jemmott.

May 4th: Reeds United vs.
the Bay. Referee: Mr. B.
Rangers vs. Colts at St.
Referee: Mr. O. Graham.
St. Matthews vs. Wavell Sports Club
Shell. Referee: Mr. J. Archer
May 5th: Advocate vs. National
the Bay. Referee: Mr. O. Graham
Westerners vs. Harkliffe at
Leonard’s, Referee: Mr. E. Reece
St. Mary’s Old Boys vs. Wavell Sports
Club at Shell, Referee: Mr. B. Clarke.

BRIDGE BUILDER DIES

SYDNEY, Australia.
Sir Ralph Freeman, designer
and builder of the world’s heavi-
est arch bridge, the 50,000-ton
Sydney Harbour Bridge, died in
England recently at the age of 69.
The bridge, completed in 1932, was
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owners of the British Bloodstock Agency Ltd., and publisheg by ty
these books have become almost the bible of British horse annua,
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the Bloodstock Breeders’ Review” was one of the four Works of
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The other three works he consulted were : “The Racing Cale
“The General Stud Book”, and “Ruff’s Guide to the Turf”. Pr ,
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we may guess that the Bloodstock Breeders’ Review often helped ip
out with descriptions of horses and races not to mention the ty
intimate stories of many of the leading personalities of the Brig
turf, The story behind the history so to speak, To meio o.
tribute could be paid to this book. Bete

During the last World War the book naturally suffered, che
through the lack of paper, but a great deal from the scareity of
for this type of work. The inimitable style of the late Mr,
Moorhouse, its Editor from the inception until just prior to the
was forced to give way to more brief accounts of the doings of Eng bas
thoroughbreds and the sportsmen who breed and race them Neve:
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und things did not return to normal the brief style continued, â„¢
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more getting back to fuller stories which make for more entertsin,
reading. It is to be hoped that it will, not be long before the pr :
Editor, Mr. Bernard O’Sullivan, will have as much space gyi
desires and so do justice to his subject in the fashion set by thy
Mr. Moorhouse.

But what pleases me more than ever about this latest Vol:
and here my West Indian pride must be pardoned, is that {op
first time in the history of the Annual, there is a picture of og!
our creoles winning one of our classics. Of course I knew ifs
coming out because I sent it myself, but that does not dim
from the pleasure I get in seeing Ligan playing his part, be it
so small, in the world history of the thoroughbred, for such a rag
is what the Bloodstock Breeders’ Review has long since become,

RACING IN KENYA

WHAT IS ALSO OF ABSORBING INTEREST in this volume!
the above book is an account of racing and breeding in the colony
Kenya, Not that I am so terribly interested because there is sg
Eahram in that colony, but rather because of the interesting
parison which can be made with racing in the West Indies,

Now the racing or breeding of the thoroughbred in Kenya
be very old, There is also no doubt that it is not on a very lag
scale because I see that there were 165 races and the total
offered amounted to £15,755. For these races a total of just om
200 horses were in training, Against these figures one might gi
that we are better off because in the same year there were 315 ru
in the West Indies for which a total of £114,008 in stakes was pu
vided, while 329 horses took part. |

But where we suffer by comparison, in my opinion, is in
matter of the distances provided ‘or our races in general ang
particular our classic events, Owners, breeders and traines;
Kenya, have not apparently shared the view of their West In
counterparts when it comes to judging the capabilities of theirb
stock and it is found that the Derby Trial Stakes is 1% mile,
East African Derby is 1144 miles and the Kenya St, Leger 14m

Now I am not going to suggest that the men who control n
in Kenya are entirely correct and that we in the West Indies areq
wrong. But I am going to declare that they have shown @
more enterprising attitude towards building up the breeding in '
in their colony, while we have shown a very short sighted view
catering almost exclusively to sprinters. For there is no doubt
all our classics are framed in the most lopsided manner, wilh
good sprinter having everything in his favour. Worse still is the
that there are no races, even in imported classes, beyond 9% furl
A true stayer in the West Indies is therefore almost a dead
whether he be native bred or imported. What a remarkable stale
affairs ? }

What, I would like to know, really started this antipathy to
distance races in the West Indies? As far as I can see it was¢
by two things, Number one was the fact that in Trinidad and BG
the home of racing in the South Caribbean, the majority of a
were half-breds. Number two : a completely erroneous belief thi
mile and a half race was responsible for the break down of mal
English thoroughbred. The first reason is sound enough. Bit
second is the greatest amount of tommy rot that I have ever!
in my life.

Now that we have almost removed the cause of reason Mumm)
one why should we persist with the ridiculous state of affairs wher
1 speedy two-year-old can win three thousand odd dollars ina#
furlong dash and then come back six months later, when three, #
have another shot at a further three thousand over the same disiat
Meanwhile a poor breeder who has had the misfortune to invest
some mare tracing back to the best bloodstock in England, i&
staying type, has to wait another six months before he has a
to get one race suitable to his horse, only to find, that by that
the speedy horse can just get a mile and 130 yards. What a ai
set of names might have been written on the scroll had the
Derby been a mile and a quarter in the last 15 years.

The time is fast approaching when we must change this

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WEMBLEY STADIUM,
London, April 29.

Arsenal won the English F. A.
Cup for the third time here this
afternoon, beating Liverpool 2—0
after a splendid game,

A goal in each half from
foot.of inside left Reg Lewis
them a clear cut victory
their opponents, for whom
thing would go right.

Territorially there was not a
lot in it. Indeed Liverpool fore-
ed eleven corners to Arsenal’s
three, but the opportunism of the
raiding London forwards earned
the south a_ well-deserved
tory.

The King and Queen and 100.-
000 fans, paying nearly £40,000
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ty of thrills.

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porter declared he had never seen
them play better—and the Liver
pool team below its best

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much superior to that of Liver-
pool.

Joe Mercer, theiz seasoned cap-
tain, had a great game at left
half, while Scottish international
Alex Forbes, at right half, and
Leslie Compton in the centre of
the line, were little behind him

Apart from scoring both goals,
Lewis was the pick of the for
wards, with little Jimm Logie
also playing extremels vell at
inside right. Both, back Laurie
Scott and Wally 3arnes were
steady, and George Swindon very
safe in goal

“Liverpool possessed no. reall,
great player on the day, the out-
standing man being left bach
Spicer, and the winger Bill
Liddell and Jimn Payne

Persistent rain up’to the start
had made the ground = slippery
but the drizzle had ceased when
Arsenal kicked off

The first excitement came in
the fifth minute, when Albert
Stubbins, the Liverpool leadei
was thrown on a Liverpool pass
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the ball into the net

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Logue, Goring, Lewis, D Compton

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Liverpool: Sidlow Lambert
Spicer, Taylor, Hughes, Jones
Payne, Baron, Stubbins, Fagan
Liddell

—Reuter.

Rain Prevents
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Yesterday
LONDON, April

Persistenv rain prevented a bal!
rom being bowled to-day in any

29;

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have opened the English first
cricket season.
Viavches involved were the
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he Oval, and the fixtures M.C.¢
Yorkshire at Lords’, Cam-
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Cambridge, and Oxford University
vs. Gloucestershire at Oxford.
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BUENOS AIRES
military authoritie
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gonia farmer who'claimed to have
seen a fiving saucer with four six
feet six inch tall men, dressed in
‘cellophane capes”, sitting on the
ground near the town cf Coman-
dante Piedrabuena, in southert
Argentina recently,

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newspaper La Razon, farmer Wil-
fredo H. Arevalo, described how
he saw the flying saucer:

‘It landed softly on the ground
about three kilometers from where

Argentine’s
are

' was. Despite the diste:ce | was
able ‘to see it was a circular
machine, very white and phos-
rhorescent, with a dense. shiny

id bluish smoke coming out of
the top.”

\ecvalo said lit drove in a

-Yo-wagon to about 160 yards
‘em the machine which “gave

vut a smell of burning benzine.
{ae machine had a large cir-
cular plate” — the letter added—
cy kept turning like a gramo-
phone record, Its structure seemed
to be of aluminum, or some other
light metal, peculariy phosphor-
escent . In the centre, there was a
large spherical glass cabin, Four
nen, very tall, dressed in white,
ught clothes, moved around in-
ide the cabin.”
rhe farmer
Kigtt of the men
inches, the diameter
at nearly nine
eler of the
coteen feet,
Lhe crew
comed

estimated the
sIx feet, six
of the cabiu
feet and the diam-
entire

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of the
wrapped

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in cello-
phane slips which shined in a
rare manner Their faces were
very pale, almost like pure white,

| believe they saw me,” the
faimer added, because they
turned a blinding light on me for

long while.”

Arevalo said the intense light
inside the cabin made it impossi-
ble to distinguish several objects

to be

which the cellophane-clad men
handled, “but I think I saw two
mirrors or lenses which moved
istantly around
He claimed that suddenly the |
ehine turned on its axle and
turned a strong, bluish light on
mc, which seemed to come from}

cameras. The machine then began
to expel a dark blue smoke and
a green flame from its rear end
It rose as if catapulted, with a low
moaning sound and within a few
seconds became a bright point in
the sky.”
The farmer
machine hovered in the
the time he inspected
one, The letter added
A few hours after La Razon
printed the letter, informed quar-
ters reported that the Ministry of
National Defence had ordered
Arevalo to travel to Buenos Aires

Said that another
ky all

the first

to give the military authoritie
further details

—LN.S.

BOXING BOUT IN USS.
NEW YORK, April 27.

Cesar Brion, Argentine Heavy-
weight Champion, has arrived
here from South America to seek
a match with Rocky Roland of the
United States, Brion lost to Ro-
land last year. Herman Wallman,
of the International Boxing Club,
who met Brion, said the South
American has jumped from 195 to
205 pounds in weight

NOTES

@ From page 4.

us get it out of ow

heads that mile and a
Let us realise that training a horse on one

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Aubrey B

The last ten years of the nine-
teenth century—the period known
in England as “The Nineties”—
provided a literary firework show
whose most effective rockets and
set-pieces were perfectly visible
across the Channel. Oscar Wilde
was at its centre, and set the tone
and the pace of its chief mani-
festations at the start. But Aubrey

Beardsley, its only important
graphic artist, achieved in his
pitifully brief period of activity

a fame which has proved more
lasting even than that of Wilde.
In an artistic life of a little more
than six years, he became one of
the few English illustrators ever
to be known throughout Europe
and America. And for this reason,
if for no other, it is appropriate
that the fiftieth anniversary of his
death should be marked by a
glance backward at his work.

Beardsley died on March 16.
1898, in his twenty-sixth year
He had come to maturity when
“The Nineties” were just begin-
ning, and his work, after a single
false start, became almost imme-
diately the perfect mirror of his
literary circle. The writers of
“The Nineties’ considered them-
selves as being the spiritual chil-
dren of what they called the
French “Decadents”. Their main
characteristic was an extreme
and effete delicacy of manner
combined with an emphatic and
exhibitionist morbidity of sub-
ject-matter; but they were also
rooted in the “Aesthetic Move-
ment” — that painless death-bed
of Pre-Raphaelitism, which had
been the most vigorous art move-
ment of mid-nineteenth century
England—and it was at this point
that Beardsley’s art first touched
theirs

Pre-occupied

It was with the painting cf
Burne-Jones, the most famous of
the later Pre-Raphaelites, that
Beardsley was first pre-occupied
Although he had arrived in London
in 1888, at the age of 16, Beardsley
had spent’the next three year
first in an architect’s office and
then am insurance clerk, and
it was not until just before his
nineteenth.birthday that he made
Burne - Jones’ acquaintance -
Burne-Jones, “the greatest liv-






ing ar in Europe,” as Beards-
ley was a ‘little hater to write in
a letter to. his old schoolmaster
On this Occasion he first met
Oscar Wilde, whom he described

in the same letter “charming.”























Jeardsley’s drawings of this
perio@ are weekly after the man-
ner of. Burne-Jone And hi
first la¥gé-scale work for | lica
tion—w set of illustrations to
Malory's .Morte «’Arthur —owed
a very gféat deal to Burne-Jones’

edigevatism and even more t
the style of bool llustration
which had been developed b
William “Morris at his Kelmscott
Press. However, this edition was
not published until a year or suv
later, in 1893, and by this time
Beardsley’s style and vision had
undergone an essential change
As it turned out, the casual meet-
ing with Oscar Wilde had been
of far greater artistic significance
to him than the apparently im-
portant contact with Burne-Jones
Wilde Salome published in
French in 893 released in
Beardsley the first expression of
the eraticisn whicl whether
veiled or explici i to be the
central characteristic of all his
mature work \ drawir which
he made to illustrate att
Climax” from Salome a draw
l whicl sl ed the princess

to |} » lips of the sev-
ered he i of Jokanaan was
I ] ed in The Studio, a ne
i¢ vhic! luded in
its fix number a laudatory ar-
ticle on Beardsley together with
selection of his other designs
The style of this drawing is en-
tirely different from h earlier
exercises in mediaevalism He
had interpreted Wilde’ exoti
text in terms which he had bor-
rowed fron e Japanese print
and this so-called Japanesqut
manner wi characterize hi
work in its next phase. It cannot



be claimed for Beardsley that h
showed any marked originality
in submitting to the influence of
Japanese art, for Japanese print
had for some time been exceed-







DURING his short life Aubrey Beardsley made a name for him-
self as the perfect illustrator of a whole literary epoch—“the nine-
ties” of the last century. He arrived in London at the age of 16 and
spent several years in an architect’s office and as an insurance clerk
meetings with such important figures of the day as Burne-
Jones and Oscar Wilde his work gradually won recognition.

He became art editor of that famous “text-book of the 1890s’”’—
the Yellow Book and the Savoy and produced numerous book illus-

Following

















eardsley, Illustrator
Of Britain’s « Ninetie

By JONATHAN MAYNE

Of the Department of Painting, Victoria and
Albert Museum, London





SUNDAY



should

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that



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and he
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ne had hel i )
Yellow Book did not long

his departure



’
Next Platform

Beardsleys next p
form was The Savoy















periodical somewh: simi in
scope and intention to The Yellow
Book, which was consciously de-
signed t rival r persede
the earlier ventur -
menced publi
1896. Beardsley at re
ing ni tyle th ¢ h new ¢
cf his career lread
been noticed Between The
Yellow Book and The Savoy
had turned back to-
the eighteenth ce i
v ( te |
Savoy xe ¢
. ul
of
f n
s of
in ever more ir
his represe a 10“
ct t “ € ar-
ad 1 e, in our
le I na e in-
clined a facade. At the
same time as € sw K go
the earliest iesigr The
Savoy, ! f

of ‘the Lock,

















anat arfact
trations, so that this epoch has been referred to as the “Beardsley pr ay he ie os
Period.” Many critics
equally artif i lrawings a
ingly popular in England, as in Beardsley nest
France (had they not been can-
enized by the Goncourts?), and steocar oan Whistler's “Japanese Room” was ee
a popular place of pilgrimag
among the elite. But Beardsley’s
use of the convention was some-
thing quite new. It gave him th
freest scope to develop his im-
mense decorative sense, his linear
delicacy and his delight in the
over-elaborate in matters of dress
and what he called “chevelure”:
but above all, in interpreting a
text of the nature of Wilde
Salome—for this single illustra-
tion, done fi wn pleasure
led to a com sion to prepar
a complete et of drawing
whict ned in the
English ¢ on the play ir
94—Bea every op-
portunit s his natural
reo tio all sort of
violence en licence, at
en 0 wickednes
Dra ich “Enter Her
li rt Dancer Re il
il fect exa les of th
iting sense of evil
At The Head
If Salome put Beardsley at the
head of the English ‘“Decadents’
in the field of illustration, his posi
tion Ww t be consolidated in
1894 er der hi irtistic
¢ itors! ur rt t ted to ippeal
hat te f rhe Nine
ties’, The Yellow Book Thi
rter bound betweer
‘Tt <¢ um i to
I ind
f illu
} F she M
prese rea f the grout
It tle owns a French
allegiance being derived fron rHIS is a characteristic Yellow Boo le ¢
the common tel ellow back line has given way to something bolder ling
f F And i ; : $ 1 P
IS off in sensitivity. A lady at her toile
rOprn : t ‘raw!ngs jike a deadly weapon, is a recurring ein B mare¢
ide f 3¢ n hould .
have’ Ona hi tyle world
fron é : to one
} ‘ te the imagination. Whether he drew
I trec. In the lady at her dressing-table a
place of the tenu ly sweeping solitary walker by night, or even
line of Salome, he eveloped f an Ani ciation for n pei be eae ee
The Yellow Book stem of the drawing published as “The SRS SESE
balanced masse where in Mysteriot Rose Garden” he Ww
Salome hite are mainly inve 1 the ene with perfec “
those parts of the paper which he tion of evil which could not BY
had not embroidered with line, escape even the least instructea wa
the white f The Yellow Book observer. It is hardly to be won- Ny smite
lustrat are an essential part dered at that when the trial of THE NEW
of the design. The subject-matter Oscar Wilde in 1895 threatened | }
he hose was of a piece to bring the whole movemen:
previously x into public disrepute, Beardsley
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rget your
What is a Husband?

A husband is a man who—

(1) Has no views of his own.

(2) Has no money of his own.

(3) Has no secrets of his own.

(4) Has no will of his own.

(5) Often has no bedroom of his
own.

(6) Certainly has no cigarettes,
handkerchiefs, gr toothpaste
of his own.

Nevertheless, he is usually the

an who—

(a) Proposes marriage.

(b) If refused, proposes again.

(ec) And again, and again.

(d) Pays for the wedding.

(e) Puts she dog out.

(i) Pays the rent.

(¢) Puts the cat out.

(nh) Pays for his daughter's

wedding.

Puts his mother-in-law out.

Pays for his own funeral.

Let’s go Hixiny
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Tt 7 1 } 1 Country-
ie. Here it is :—

Tr an excellent hike for
Se have corns and large



to avoid dis-
ent. Then take a train
e Widdle (or Big Widdle;
joesn’t matter which) and
hike. If the day is hot,
isn’t, the less active
f the party (including
‘an take an afternoon
ithin easy walking distance
Dog and Duck while the
limb the hill.
refreshing sleep, awake
walk to Dog and Duck. Then
k t of Dog and Duck to see

inch first











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ied yourself that they have

back to Dog and Duck
a little hike round Dog





they contain some of his
est works from a technical
( f view But in them his
assion for elaboration, his in-

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lisquieting and unrest-
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a small



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produce a




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the spectator as










prepares to sip his mistress’
colate, for example — but as
1 whole the designs seem to be
less successful than some of his
> work and some of the
d ngs that he was doing at
the same time for The Savoy.
rt iliustration to “The Fourth
Tableau of Das Rheingold”, which
as used for the cover-design
the xth number of The Savoy
pical of his most powerful at
this period; with its ribbon-like
f licking round the figure of
I and the sheer precipice
Wotan, it could hardl
proved

A Dying Man

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twenty-four-and-a-half yea

f age, but he had suffered eve



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if he knows adlord Dog and
Duck. Then ashe landlord Dog an’
Duck if he knows lan’ord Duck an’
Dog. Then go back to Lucky Dog
an shee lan’ord Muddy Duck. Then
return Lucky Duck an’ go back
Ruddy Dog. Then go home.
Bumped Off At 103
“Sex avyeal on the films

is old fashioned, and the ‘new

stuff’ is children’s or old men’s

pictures.” —From an article on
the secrets of Hoilywood.

IN view of this, I have written
the scenario of a talkie called}
“Thunder and Gums,” in which
all the characters are more than a
hundred years old. |

The picture begins with a long j

shot of Gran’fer Mugfer, °£ 1 103, |
drooling by his cottag e is|
trying to sing the theme song,
“Dribbling Days A: Again,

but is handicapped by his lack of
teeth. There is a fudeout, and we
next see a close-up of Gran’fer
showing his gums.

Subsequent scenes reveal that
Gran’fer Mugfer and Scarface
Albert Edward Hogg, the only
stone-deaf gangster, aged 102, are
both in love with the same woman,
Mrs. Miffin, aged 101. We see a
close-up of Mrs. Miffin also show-
ing her gums.

Then there is a long shot of a
meeting between Gran’fer Mugter
and Scarface Albert, who have
hated each other for 85 years.

SCARFACE ALBERT Oi've
come to bump ’ee orf.

GRAN’FER MUGFER: Hey?

SCARFACE ALBERT: Dang ’ee,
Oi’ll teach ’ee to come a-musclin’
in on my r-a-a-a-ket.

GRAN’FER MUGFER: Hey?

Several centenarians, all mem-
bers of Scarface’s gang, then seize
Gran’fer, who is put up against a
yall and blown to pieces with
Scarface’s blunderbuss. :

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Love

“MY husband threw a hammer
at me and then I threw it at his
mother. After that there was a
general row, and my husband
threw a chair at me.”—

A young wife at the Police Court:
What is this thing called love?
Don’t Be Born Beautiful

One of those American doc-
tors who are always saying
something or other that
modern parents don’t mind if

says

their children are plain be-
cause they usually grow up

clever and make money.

RED, repulsive little Willie,
May be ugly but not sillie.
Hideous, cross-eyed little Johnnie
May grow up to make some mon-

nie,

And, despite protruding ears,

Deal in lots of phoney shears.

And Baby Bert, who looks so
shocking,

One day will
ng.

As a baby

set the market rock-
Uncle Nat

st have been the sweetest brat
But what’s the use of big boo eyes
If you never get a rise?
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knees

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pq COLOR FOR What Has

Mr. Kaye



PARIS Before Mr. J. Arthur Rank de

pa Jaeques Fatn thinks ee = his latest trip to Amer-

et De cur idea will prevail ok. ae called a conference of some

; PB onere clothes this summer of his’ advisers and asked them
: women $ printed fabric was to use the time while he was
? iit SE season collection #W@Y in ironing out a new pilics
in = who originally wa for British films. "

‘the design ible for the plung- What we've got to do in our

iy e industry,” he said, “is to find a

srt and neckline.

( et of Fath's

the hue:



ple as well as yel-
used

- u
OB pee nd green are

‘ecessories to match white or
outfits. ys
only off-plain trend is seen
few striped cotton blouses

> white chiffon dress em-

q with tiny black dots.





navy blue and some

formula for success,

to please the public? Comedies
tragedies, costume films—or more
films, like ‘Morning Departure’
about our Servicemen?”

A junior adviser from the bot-
tom of the table plucked up his
courage and spoke, “Just any old
film, sir,” he said,
good.”

fer “Ah yes,” replied Mr. Rank,
Q sng gowns do not show any “bnt what is a good film?” nia k

ef Mither but many are made I don’t suppose anyone will
f ee 4 colour fabrics. The tor ever give him the complete an-

may be of lightest grey,
into a dark smoke-colour

Mhe hemline.
Fat Fath the current scooped-













BAL is reversec alter- Ww
J : tyle is reversed. Ha (Warne te A 9s : ee ;
a up high in front and Neither of them willgyver witgymoments “ a oo § at cGnancee yiauiar, tsPhero is

» back ‘ rizes at the film festival. T . e =Srittiantly “than ~'9.¢) o°*°@poser entis Pric

hoof the back. P p: stival. The ever before. Yes. [| know sn HS loves F Sel Co

‘ pe A decolletages are rothd= stories onGvhich they gre based dull ecules know there are mo 7 bs ee er and loses
- in front. They are are just about as ‘Silly Snd°C2Xs wasn't ; sri 1 thi — d She ema z understanding
oe 7 s td gr ) Pe faphe ¢ rhears ir preten I

by a small strapparounc stale as they come But | nén. Gogo} iad a i Blofeven, propalh’ t 7 a eee
ck, In Fath tradition there prophesy success’ gor both of Danny on ae oy Pole sit. it is the re Brine Oo
are some strapless dresses in therm Because involved in each iResnateo e ; ee ofD ar q, Rares Ving, id runs off

Bia ihe summer ' y isin their film_is a man who knows his busi-Otaken by . een peat ae. dee Ther ee eee ise!)
¢ pleats. ness” anc sbeli&y es°gintplicitly ist #Small ioe me corrupt counci) ge . a Sa which” contain
e What he is°doing® *Thog® men are tor ochersi- Gahe s: fing inspecS} Ee Wool Ae ee
jo Sleeves lyor NoVello°affd Danny KayeO ; F oom to “nang them 4," apeeere AS, for instan¢
No Sieev aes aan ay all if he finds egiden 6 that the Shis conversation between heroine
' Pr, eel civie account’ hay 9 and hero ft 12«ve. av
ine arter 12-year part
Jeeves ase eg ho Some Snooty Pe: D4 They turn themselvesoinsiie® + ing: wrote you several times
~ yt “ PRR me 7 o> cP , > ° ‘ +O , a
> on eee nd short edition HEREoseems tobe a™Wtrend Aine nk the, truth pabont o,, “! neyer got“your letters,” say:
££ pete frocks and linen or among some people at the ! ing sia uggeriofrom hiny offer?
day~ . moment to be snooty and sneery MEE him everything from their. Never GesteA home says
ae still faithful Fafh’s about both of them? “They are SUC to their wives i o the heroine
Ber ciihouette a have confirmed their ’r going through the same cid 2+ dG cam assure yon when Seat man’s knack of turning
™ we? this designer, ToUtine” their critics say An _ Danny Kaye is around l-yloupt the trite into the terrific. 1 have

* panels interrupt the yet Mr’ Rank might.note that the ForOinstance if, he® Had eve done feeling that he could ie: &

ed Se These@ancis, shadee Sublic keeps on gedming back. to anything bette? than one number â„¢USical ith a mousetrap as it
; : aa wits. are tucked into them, and%theyShaven't n i%eq '9 which he turps himself into a S498, and still make millior
‘ a ih belt or at both, Out at the box office vet, oe Pere cone ta Sik ares te he AF
Bee front © ( I don't think , they AVvill for a. E is trying to decide what to. And only the tone-deaf could
hs summer hemlines arc long time ) Ania Seite not just + do ina ticklish situation Ouse aly his music moth-eaten. It is
16 inches from the ground because they are great artists, °f Mas brain pop three differently ° 34 Jeers SING he wrote “Keep
heachwear he pxoposes Put it down, above everything, too liseuised Danny KaXe© all g. the Home Fires Burning,” and it
colours, mainly red° Siaea sifcere and passiofite belfef in different advicecat ssj_ AS “still a good tune. He writes
in cotton A red playsuit themselves > o Tas some’ beautiful O¥ISoa Osiicere romantic, and the
d ! * ye :

sun-bathing neck and a In the case of Danny Kaye, jt 89d it ends with , ¢ motes sound that way
fip length jacket with white seems to be the favourite gambit 1Maginary ayes inging -witt So long as he can go on pro-

A white and-red striped JUSt nowcto© say that he is the real Kaye—endin witt , ducing songs like the ones in this

i s matched with red Sipping é has reached suct ‘ Y burlesque o le Inksnotico roe doesn't seem to have
suit top is matched with req Sl H hed such a !0vely burlesq t Th ofilm—and he doesn’t |
Bke with two zippers along the PF ak of celebrity ‘that some peo- That's not the only goSi num- lost the flair yet—Ivor Novello wili
for a quick strip-tease ple just can’t bear it. They go ber, either. There is a gipssosong. StAY at the to.) Those who sneer

saat uiong to his films hoping he is Which sent the audience fiftos.¢t him are just envious fools
yoing to fail raptures when he triedhjt out on,, Cp He takes his place with Danny

Renee nse Is Gt because they don’t like ther at his/} appearancesTat Kaye as\% great figure, and a

4 him personally? Well, I know he the Palladiuni—and, to myAvay 8teat tradition. Sniping at either
Pp : ’ h ;

YORK; Latest thing for ikes himself awfully seriously, Of thinkimg it come ff even Qf them is just a waste of time
en this spring “transfers” ‘and is always worrying about better in~the film A\s gthey’stand at the moment,
applied to ankles, ingteps or what the critics are saying about All right, take a kick at Kaye their decriers might find a more
knees and filmy nylons worn him He still chews miserably if you want to. Tha your profitable occupation loosing off

4 the highly coloured pattern; over a harsh notice I wrote about privilege But for me he is stijj their popguns at Hl these flying
mee men — cotton plaid digner him 18 months ago the great funny man—the most S#®ucers

similar to that wort’ re But since when Luvthat been Sndearing mime, the most en- Same Old Story=
ily by the King. a bad fault in anyone It couraging comic force Hirt 4 NDER’ MY SKIN (Odeon

. ————— ( since Chaplin U . Sian .
me es Marble Arch). It’s the same
; . ») r . f t wy ary the « se
yy ORY OF Four Kayes ld racing story, with the same
; \ rAC OOKS i g to fix the race
| 4 1 HEARD some peopl alkiz except that it takes place in France
about the film that a British nd Italy this time.
‘ | ) » OTH Y GR A 7 company has made, in colour, John Garfield is the jockey
Mv Va J ] from Ivor Novello’s famous war- Who doesn’t mind-taking a bribe
. : time success, THE DANCING. ‘to ne race, until his son finds
: . VE 10 out and makes ‘el ashame
‘ STORY of Dorothy Gray is one of those magnifi- YEARS (Carlton), — Sages ioe a ae sea Sonnets
nt rican stories of how a woman with imagination What an old-fashioned windbag He decides to ride honestly there-
opldte ven rc WB: WOMAR WEL SABINA that man is! Corny lines, dread- after, and promptly bredks his
nius an@hard work made good—made good, not only in fully trite situations, music with neck I hope Hollywood didn't
. muding a great business, but also in carrying out her ideal moths in it. This is going to be intend this to be the moral of
| helping other women. the prize flop of all time.” the story
e ping | Don’t you believe them This London Expres Service. }
3 in Dorothy Gray was grow- Were wondertul; they haa the deli- |
Mamie the world was still more Cacy, accuracy and strength of the |
Mees Under the influence of hands of violinist; they were
J anism. Women who painted Vibrant Women who had _ been A SMOOTSH, COOI
fowdered in an effort to pre- “peeled” and “skinned” and cut,
Infect of youth still caused S&W that the simplest way was the '
- + EX ¥ A iray’s J
me eyebrows. Women who best, and they sought Miss Gray's the peauly eream
Me eltaid of convention and Natural and more scientific r .
TMi opinion still felt they had methods. that is a ‘treaiment
" m themselves to growing All this time Dorothy Gray was
“gehen they were thirty. studying and watching To her,
May Gray was one of the each woman was a new problem. | ws seit t :
mapewomen of the new era who She knew that an oily skin does | ‘ HAZELINE SNOW! =
d to resign herself to look- not need the same treatment as :
fat thirty—and refused to doves a dry one. She built up an protects the skin from dust
m that the effort to keep understanding, not only of deli- and dirt... guards against sun
i eeesable. zs Dorothy cate eee Be * er cools the skin immediately
émed modern, sane, nature and psychology as all. itis aeolied o etite
right, for a woman to She must comprehend the women! PP ae 6 |
If young looking and At last, she opened her lovely softens and perfumes the |
for as many years as salon of facial aesthetics on Fifth skin, prevents that shiny look |
It occurred to Dorothy Avenue, and furnished it, amid

Mat paint and powder was
tdon because the paint and
in that day was so obvi-
) cial, Dorothy Gray de-
mto make cosmetics so fine
od, and truly beneficial that
the most conservative woman
Buse them without criticism.
oy Gray would be the first
that her original inspira-
Wes selfish. She wanted to
‘ young looking and
Wve forever, But as she
f and experimented, it be-
her ambition to fielp all the
epremen. She would teach
e © protect and conserve
Natural charm— how to ork
Matte io po:

Of time.
mee Gray was fortunate in
Maughter of a doctor.
Physicians in that day re-
oc as sheer vanity.
ray’s father saw how
ty was to his daughter.
pent devoted hours teaching

: knew,

Be Borotay Gray had all the
eh tather could give her,
eed On the great adven-
B coming to New York She
With her the driving am-
: enthusiasm for the
\ id undertaken,
‘ Was no easy road to
1 SUecess at that time. Doro-
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ma coming to he
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scented as with flowe She sur-
rounded herself with young girls
who were put through a thorough
apprenticeship in her methods of
beautifying femininity. The place
radiated harmony and cheer.

As a magnet attracts steel, wo-
men flocked to Dorothy Gray—
wives of millionaires and actresses
whose beauty and fame make
them envied. Women sometimes
came closely veiled, as if ashamed
that they were seeking help in
their efforts to retain the appear-
ance of youth. Some told her of
their vital yearnings to hold their
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or their husbands, or their big
salaries! New Yorkers of the ex-
clusive set, and actresses, whose
intense life exhausts and ages

them before their time—all came
to Dorothy Gray to seek loveli-
ness again.

Dorothy Gray had arrived! The
theories she had advocated in her
home community had worked out
triumphantly in the metropolis.
The newspapers always eager to
chronicle the doings of the suc-
cessful, sought to interview her.
Her knowledge of her profession,
and her theories became good copy
for the special writers. Qne Jour-
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into
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R Ti k t Soon and the life which he had led 4
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In the 1Q¥h century the peopic ace 1€ e Barbados Advocate Correspondent neidhe to haunts its vehemence
of Britain, «inhampered by any Hy V.BR. Orchard : aa His letters ‘of this time to his pub-
: vodesty when it was a LONDON, BINGSTON 2 iether, Laexahd ‘Smithers, are pa- '
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iry’s meritsynever tired of pro- 1146), pérmanent wothe? And eré in Britain. In the a “ 4 sy Epsom race track recently con | Lid. of Canada, manufacturers of nctotts of hemacinas, He re [%
claiming that the United King- they colts or addr méres. oF ordinary. vée: Seabee. Tattersall incei they needed immediate; qiorescent and incandescent light- tired from London to the seaside
the stud farm of the foais or yeurl'ngs or stallions alone have a turnover of about °P.ical treatment ‘ | ing equipment are finalising plans in the hope of recovery, and from 7
Sv vas a very comforting "Do get to the heart of the busi- £2.000,000. A wood proportion of ,, Most of them also learned that/ for the start of production in then until his death in March of
} $3 and, broadly speaking, it ess it might be wise: first of all. tr, epresents business done ‘* is foolish to tear up tote and] Jamaica. the next year he was to move from
EW true one. Nor need we be , consider . WMA it de. Wat. the gents for exten in addition betting tickets until at least ten | : t restrictions the place tu place on his doctor’s or-
my, of repeating it, so long as Wak he ae cabin tor. ian tihohee Mile” cob at: Minutes after each respective, Due to import restiictions | the . place His conversion to Roman ;
1 as a generalisation Here, tr igh awe ; i Y oury 8¢° busi ” al, fer ‘enn th ren | ee borer er age whe Cath i in took place at this time. | tion against ill-health, a strengthening food for =
‘ it as a_ gen . ere, straightaway, is a surpr.s@ business, as. r example, th ; ; ie j ucts to atholicis a ‘ \ protection ¢ ee on Cm ’
vitish stock, whether horses, fo; the uninitiated: the answer 18 recent sale of the stallion Nasral. It happened like this: tsi So ler cette area From Bournemouth he went, by hildre’ . , . there’s goodness in ‘Kepler’ for all the i -
ec or pigs, is rightly not necessarily money—at t inh. for a reputed sum of £133,000 In the 2.35 p.m. race the name antries from which it enjoyed way of London, to Paris, fron wily, ‘Kepler’ contains vitamins A and D and gives
the world over not in a large number of instances the Un!ted States of America of Mayfair Prince = aes ‘. oe dubstantial business, and the Paris to St. Germainen-Laye, _ nergy, extra nourishment, [ts sweet, malty flavour
“ertaps Britain’s special To begin with, it is not at ail Studs, whether public or pri- vue ties tote eleaanare po mtn decision was taken to establish a thence to Menton, which ee so fanaa an
a, it of all her breeds the certain that thoroughbred breed- yate, are of two distinct types, aan pag , oa th t M rend branch factory in Jamaica in or- be his final resting-place. Bu eee
h ihc ehbred, that is to say the img can be madé to pay. Plenty aithough some of them are dual- welae a aia a mo der to supply local requirements he was still working, and v2 ae ~ e
“*yacchurse, is supreme—and_ this Of people have found that out. purpose studs. There are those ip ge rest aes even 4 runner.| as well as being able to ship to cordance with his previous a é KEPLER GOODNESS
‘in an era of competition for the It is still the fact that there is ‘on which stallions are kept and The ‘ tird 5 o Khetw roan — other sterling area countries and a new style was emerging; a i > moRE
world’s Dlood-stock — markets @ large rumber of breeders—the those which do not have stallion ee eee pty put bY! io the hard currency area coun- uncompleted series of designs | TOTHE C=
en ue rever been fiercer, It Majority admittedly small breed- There are perhaps not more than then hundreds of show tickets on tries of Panama, Cuba, Costa Rica, Ben Johnson's Volpone are an in-- COD LIVER OIL WITH rue y
ies acide. too. that when we €ts—who breed as a hobby, never 50 sta’lion studs of the highest that horse had been torn to Puertd Rico and some of the dication of what he might have XTRACT
peat Eni land as being the expecting to make much money, grade, plus about 500 smuller shreds ed nerves territories come to do in his next phase if ba MALT E = oy
a we thoroughbred, we equally prepared to lose a little, establishments where second—and The finish of the 3.15 race} South An _ en his physical and mental energy Re
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dives »» the thoroughbred; he is The great Lord Derby—grand- where stallions are not kept is not less than a length victory over’ setting up of the factory and jnterest in the architectural ack- Ny
a vlish as Scotch whisky is father of the present Earl—most easily assessed. It is very con- Reminiscence and Stromboli, but | opinion is that the company will ground of the seventeenth century
on ay et - likely succeeded in making his siderable, as it includes hundreds they nubbed their eyes and yell-| 6 ready to accept orders for its It is impossible woeknae | a
The skill of our breeders and im i ed “amazing” when the judge! products in early May ment on Beardsley iit rary i och |
rooms, their knowledge Te Tr recorded the winner had crossed | ing the whole of the literary ep’ 4
Coe y lated the line four lengths in front. | a amarennnetaaietiits of which he was the perfect illus
- i ee "cae An official photograph of tue} . ; trator. Exhibitionism was no)
sake Provnaee: too, has race showed Port O’Light had} /N PARLOUS CONDITION doubt his central neurosis, i ee
Bigs is with conditions of soil registered a win by threequarters ; exhibitionism is not necessa 3 |
Fa a variety of a length, but still the judge’s ON 100TH BIRTHDAY | failing for an artist—if it were,
sane nate which, for ; q :
contribute to the well- verdict stands. April. 28 few would escape “ ee
in” orougnbred nd to The wor war yet to come. In| _ GEORGETOWN, Aor 28. when extibivoniom becomes,
/bis capacity for reproducing his the final race of the day punters | The little village of os mete cult, as it undou ee see alt
kind. Our stud farms, smaller, betted heavily on Decorum,} East Coast, Demerara, a , never cage — bk ming of sensi-
‘and in many ways less well- which started at 4 to 1 favourite.|ed its centenary, but aeons * bly produces a blunting :
ae that y stud farms Punters who bet on Decorum to} been in such a parlous condition tivity, Rais ak
equipped than many : ; : fe ; , “T have one aim—the grotesque.
et aneae ana abroad, serve their get a place felt sure their fancy|as it is today. ave 0 : he
a well to-day they had gained tsird position, but the If I am not grotesque, I am noth-|
purpose as well to-day as ’ . & oo ’ ‘ historical review read at ” These were Beardsley’s
did when Henry VIIT and Queen judge ruled that the outsider An_histc . > Vils ing. . 96. Thev
I Eliza i - staffne ran i ir a public meeting held in New Vil- \Jords in December of 1896. The
Elizabeth first, laid the Tomes Dunstaffnage, ran in’ third Ae ’ Hall and Community . ly to his art as we
Ptions of the Royal studs at El- Betting tickets on Decoruin, lage Councfl Hall and Comm ate, SR, BOE Quy toms. SF asthetic
Sig ‘our . ‘ : ; : “ ‘entre on Thursday further stated j-now it, but to his whole aestheti
tham and Hampton Court, near were torn by punters amid further | \¢ fective drainage over . attitude. And they form a fitting
eae oe ne rs. eae vanes os ao "the ae. of years made worse Dy a by no means uncompli-
and at almesb jority of show tickets on e E a mid Yesi« - con. patti his life
Wiltsh! in the 16th century outside had been destroyed | recent floods, had rae resi mentary, epitaph to Adve d
4 " {t Differs earlier when they saw their nag “ents to a state of povert Negotiations Well Advance a
ow it 8 trailing the field, ‘ha Yovernor, Sir Charles ST. LUCIA, Apr eer . :
actly » stud farm Doubting “Thomases’ demand- a K.CM.G., and Lady All official sources RL $0 28 ) :
for example ed to see the photograph of the Woolley graced the occasion witn lease facts for fear Se a eg ie \
’ Om: at eee finish and it was then discovered | their presence, and His Excei- as regards St. Lucia’s chances as a igo ( 5
0 Ts ae a a ea fin- lency appointed the village = ‘Tree een Peadiaent i nee : A “
farm eXx- ished third anc unstaffnage |. s . a Justiee Oe ‘esi? + Ny
picture = it finished ninth. But it — ge Tg ee that negotiations are well ad~ So beautiful ry CA: Vs oe
ounded by too late to alter .the verdict! ° . vanced and an announcement 1s z ‘
ils, on According to rules of racing: , —(C.P.) due shortly. — sO easily beautiful
No correction can be made when | \
at lie five minutes has elapsed after ; . : ¥, Shiai
ts 118 SYMBOLIC of the influence which the British thoroughbred has the judge has given his decision.” because Brylfoam Cleanses 20 tao ee
nestead, bling ielded on the breeding of race horses all over the world is the above The judge, Maleolm Hancock, ey ” pao story of glowing, glorious hair.
the stabling must jioture of the horse considered by many as the best ever bred in the caused a minor sensation last ( YOUE DUTOR ; ; a fully manageable Brylfoam makes
be } ( with red tiled british West Indies: Jamaica's Brown Bomber his horse now stands July when he incorrectly inter- nea gg aoonlial it is, too. Remember the speedy,
i f possible, a stable at the Government Farm at St. Augustine, Trinidad, the property of eted a race at Goodwood track, } be 7 agar: “Oued type of hair — dry or greasy, dark of
; i ; zy clock in the the Government of Trinidad and Tobago, The Brown Bomber traces which had to stand becaiise more ging vc Brvifoam and see how beautiful your hair cao
tov w saa ick on both sides of his pedigree to English thoroughbred: ‘han five minutes had clapse al | hal Et tubs he handy and the large economy size.
\ we mus v a r J t t an ,
ads, in breeches hobby pay. He was a rich man, of small breeder many of whom are ae oe Pee afk covered ,
ane irrying hough not so rich that he could are almost amateurs—with a few ?Y Means of a photog vEn A there Ss more foam in
- nd a reed and race on such a large Brood re and a few spare eee
iT lenty rie thout balancing his books acres of pasture The governing Cea, é
is But Lord Derby was a true spo: factor is thé number of female wet oe Be My
i fc VY man, who loved horses He bre kept, These are the reproducers to whom she may have been soid > Sa) Z
build a noble seale, his object bel; ind they correspond to the herds and eventually goes to the sti ay Ee 57
divi ice «racehorse of the of calve inc heifer 1 young her mother did before her. The
‘ bose §=HOxt t i hat hould win cattle with th toe! routine for a colt is different, | | TI ORIGINAL CREAM SHAMPOO IN A TUBE ..
| boxes for , nh pleasure rhe cycle of production that Hig money-earning possibilities } ee = sz —
hou yy the pleasure of his friend ily (which, normally but gre more clearly defined, He niay = {CG
! Mf e Stanley House Str va ‘ 1 i _ had ‘ be sold, either as a foul, in late
in charge ¢ I few privat tuds of carec ub two and agam a autumn, or as a yearling, in the b li
r omplexit England. 1 jority three years of age) Is admitted to ronowing siminer or autitin: He about ¥ ns It’s
,* ingement | ire publ the tud 1 th late autumn anc may sell for £100 or for £10,000,
4 { far ; that to ud in the prin vher He 1S JIMST according to his make and shave, |
rl , ' prima ct breed for re ye 7 Hlon, e ouek 7 ys x se his pedigree or his family record. t y eee Building
two stud i} o the ALLLO on A § ) y = tha \ . + . “ “ 2 * your s oi
, f ive alike their fune Lord Rosebery still has his pri own stud and is there until the pac alg _ 5 aes } ey oe ee a that, the 4
} ar differ é tud at Mentmore, near Leigh following year; the period of Bevode ne a re ae aie St = being . rf makes. Goya’s lovely :
: ton Buzzard, in Bedfordshire. Mr, gestation is about eleven months ip toge on who — ay: oi difference fine pe ume a ; iilti Stro r
Importance Of Site } Jimmy") Rank has a bie Shortly before she is ready to have Leger for him two years later ry perfumes create this miracle for you . . . ee
i between private stud, as well as a public Mer first foal, she goes on visit cost 28,000 guineas (£2 1400) = 2 fragrances lend enchantment to everyday occasion 4
notheris per tud, at Newmarket, Suffolk; so 4@8@in. She is now about to hay ee ea PS uae e 5,000 ye ... Wearing them you feel—and are—alluring.
* he site } Mi Macdonald-Buchan, Mer babs and to meet her second guine Pe Cis a ) hows . Bg ee 24 "That you may discover the glarnour of wearing good Bodies
ter of the Iste: Lent want husband”; this is in the sprit good price; ii costs about £1,000} , il the time Goya presents his {ragrances in tiny handbag
} hn Dewar ha vhen she now five yea ke to breed and produce a ood ‘ lass } verfurnes all the ne ae sata £2811
i red but very high-cla Price Variances yearling in the sale ri phere) pul Ae eay ati caatt — i Dero fi ho Os r skin—always use
| rivate stu Su x Pe rhay Assuming that all go well is, Of course, the ey presents Apply your periume om you fe ; to sense Daily
i} ek oe el ay dozen fore promiher aah eens ft her foal has Ope in the mind of buyer enough for you
ones Se : bad an. have:-nelvate ati i a ee ed er ee eee: that his purchase will develop Made in. Bagiand by and enjoy it.
k a a where Aut i avery preci vip dreads. A mh a! a a Thi i into a high-class racehorse, with
tee of ) si Ra Ah are men are iwi ‘batik v Me , fic J the possibility that hx will be a. the
| re n heavy clay; breed for le I am ritir of monly employe ei a Se a hen hi , y . .
chalk or gravel the big bree now, not of th advantage for the owne f acing career is ove Seely m : \ . rite
‘ octored with hundrecs of on breeder carts mare that his paddock re re rite in an eneete rarely \ a « SS . Favou
Ro oastere oe bi Se om oh “fi ov ‘ ror ee bee ichieved When it is, the re Stee SS »
he plough around /reed as a hob Bags cea So the cycle of life M \ wards are considerab They
. breeding is their bus!ness th ae hil why m
the ear by per mother and en are, in fuct, so considerable tha '
ixport Business filly ! oes i few owners can afford to clain Ne N R I ( IA
What is tl stud farm for How important this busine trainit either on acec { (l them. The Income Tax authori- cox 161 NEW BOND STREBT LONDON ° wi j
W ‘eo the horses o1 Are may Be judged by the bioud-sk her owner, or of ew er ties see to that! eliditiinihaitens : Td. B. Meyers & Co,, Lid, P.O, Box 171, Bridgetow! | \



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. t year.
same arter last )
. ae the lead over all
‘3 items xported local pro-
ies Ot snipped from the
5 “totalled nearly $4,000,000
mre to a figure in excess
Co 00 last year. Of the
; this year, nearly
~t shipped went to the
- liom and less than a
, dollars to Canada. Last
; ents to the U.K. r—
han this year’s bu
eo to Canada have
by more than a_ million

this year.
Bauxite
‘pauxite is the only otner iter>
% exports which has
aod oe, figure mark,
re is little difference in the
this ore shipped during
uarters of 1949 and 1950.
, ents of bauxite
ated 277,441 tons valued
99 m for 1950 to 381,032
Porth $2,592,645 for 1949.
to fe value of $930,000
exported in the January-
period, figures for the
veriod last year being

rier export passed the
900 mark, the nearest being
a total value of $390,618
sh is less chan half the value of
ed during the same
9.
oe een is diamonds of
ich 8,069 carats were shipped
h $337,755 or about $40,000
than in 1949.
le, coconuts, coffee, copra,
, leather and rubber are
those items, none of which
been exported for the year.
on the other hand are
r last year’s by $1,700,000,
: figures being for 1950,
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Half Krom U.K.
proximately half of the Col-
ysimports came from the U.K,
the period under review.
ts from Britain amounted
$6,400,576, from Canada,
8,000, from other British pos-
ns $1,992,000 and from for-
countries $2,911,000.
r was the biggest imported

totalling slightly over one
lion dollars with machinery
pried amounting to a similar

ton piece goods and artificial
imports totalled $1,000,000.

founcillor Weds

03 Advocate Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN.
Daniel P. Debidin, Mem-
the B.G, Legislative Coun-
married to Miss Florence
plyn Jacob, daughter of
Jacob, ex-Member of
slature and city business-
hd Mrs. Jacob, on Monday
om) April 24. The cere-
was performed by His
@ the Lord Archbishop of
West Indies, in his private
me at Austin House, and
fed by relatives.














me evening there was a
muon at the home of the
nts which was flood-

occasion.
Peouple flew to Barbados the
motning where they are
@ their honeymoon.



ei COLOUR BLIND

LONDON,
Workers are complaining
Multi-coloured air mail en-
Strain their eyes. The
is reminding the public

patedes Ad GEORGETOWN. | made to pay fines amounting vo
Guiana’s exports this 412 guiklers by Dutch officials

to lag behind those
te first quarter end-
But imports are

far

> year so
sf 086,000 compared



1950
ne



Dutch Fine
BG Fishermen

(All voeate Correspondent)
SPRINGLANDS, BG :
Fourteen fishermen from No. 74
Village, Courentyne Distrct, were

POCKET CARTOON
by OSBERT LANCASTER



Nickerie Dutch Guiana, -
in the Courentyne River

On Sunday, April 16, a crew of
six fisherraen left the No. 79 Village
seashore to fish in the river, but
shortly after pulling out, they were
arrested by Dutch policemen in a
launch and towed to Nickerie, on
the other side of the river

They were released on We-ines-
day, April 19, after they had paid
a total fine of 75 guilders.

The next morning, Thursday,
April 20, two other crews of fou
men each in two fishing boats,
ventured out and they were al:
arrested and taken to Nickerie
where they paid fines amountin4
to 337 guilders, before they were
released on Sunday, April 23. t

The fishermen on return to |

for fishing



Nnock off another six
mo nee, Venables ! If Willy
littlehampton’s determined
on a price war, he shall
have it!”

Springlands reported the mat
to the Police who admitted the
helpless in the matter.

W.L. Varsity a
Builders Look
For Lumber

(Advocate Correspondent)

GEORGETOWN
In an effort to find out if lum-
ber suitable for utilisation in the
building of the University College
of the West Indies at the right
price is available in British Guiana
Mr. Ainsworth D. Scott, Resident
Engineer on the Staff of the Uni-
versity College, and Mr. Leslie
R. H. Ollington of Messrs Higgs
and Hill London, building and
civil engineering contractors to the
University College arrived in the

Colony on Tuesday.

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25 More
Firemen

(Advocate Correspondent)

GEORGETOWN.

Georgetown’s Central Fire
S‘tation will soon be extended
ifford additional accommodation
for 25 new fire-fighters who will
pass out from Police Training
Depot on Monday. May 1.

These men who spent almost
four months at Depot, were first
given a six week course in Police
work after which Fire Chief Major

we

They are mainly interested jn Atkinson instructed them in fire-
crabwood and if negotiations can ‘shuns
be realised it is expected that the This strengthening of the

purchase will be in the vicinity of Brigade’s personnel, intended



two million feet. Mr. Sestt is also chiefly to give added fire protec-
interested in other hardwoods for tion to the City, will also make
internal furnishings. it possible for firemen to be given
Mr. Scott will examine the lum- a day off each week as a rest
ber from the point of view of the period, something which did not
finished product exist previously
The building contractors took Strength of the Brigade with
over about October last anq the this increase will be 105
job is estimated to last approx-
imately four years, date of comple-
tion being fixed for December > f
1958 $475 More
Messrs. Scott and Ollington con- - -
tacted the Colonial Development I Chi t
Corporation’s office in Jamaica in or art 7,

view of the fact that the Corpora-
tion is developing the production
of timber for export and came here
to satisfy themselves as to the
quality, quantity and methods of
conversion an? seasoning.

Police Launch Sinks
In Collision

(Advocate Correspondent)

GEORGETOWN, April 26.

Directors and Policy Holders of
the Demerara Mutual Life Assur -
ance Society Ltd., unanimously
agreed at Vhe Fifty-Eight Annua!
General Meeting held on Tuesday,
tc increase donations to charity
$1,925 last year by $475 for this

sg } Ds year, This was decided after the

ere Coeotrek Chairman, Mr, Percy C. Wight,
The British Guiana Police O.B.E., disclosed to the meeting

8 rulane c a c 5 » e9nR

Patrol launch St. Christopher ‘hat the substantial sum of $266,

579 had been added to the Life
Assurance Pund. A suggestion by
Mr. A, R, Davis, a Policy Holder,
that a scholarship of an Agricul-
tural or Industrial nature be given
would receive every consideration
by the Directors, ihe Chairman
assured, Av the conclusion of the
meeting Mr. Wight was re-
elected Chairman.

stationed at Parika at the mouth
of the Essequibo River, was sunk
on Sunday evening in a collision
with the Transport and Harbour
Department’s Jaunch Condor.

The St. Christopher was on
patvol duty in the Essequibo River
off Fort Island on Sunday night
when her engine broke down, and

whi'st the embers of the crew
were engaged in effecting repairs, In their repory to members, the
she was struck by the Condor pirectors stated that the

and sank shortly after.

There was no loss of life, and the
Condor which was on its way to
ne Stampa Timber Mills, return-

New Issue for the year is again
over vhe million and a half dollar
roaark—being 1,016 Policies assur-

- ing $1,544,530 with an Annual Pre-
ed to Parika, with the crew of

mium Income of $89,305.70
the St. Christopher resuming her

oxgainst 957 Policies assuring $1,506
trip to Stampa later. 046 with an annual Premium In-

come of $86,317.45 in 1948.

as



E L Claims during the year under
OLDTIMER WEARS WEL review totalled 60 Policies assuring
Tom Fry placer miner, cele- $126,640 including Bonus Addi-

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18 all that is needed to tirnbuckles 11 miles from his paid and in course of se eras
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SUNDAY

Speaker
Disqualified
For 5 Years

ADVOCATE



Elected Members’
Duties Extended

arbados Advocate Oor espontdent
KINGSTON

advance in Jamaica’s con-

itional arrangements has bee:





A

Barbados Advocate Correspondent een by EESVEae ‘open gs the
KINGSTON Exveutive Council The five

The Speaker of the Jamaica © &¢ted members of* the Council
House of Representatives, the who are styled the Ministers fo.
Hon. O Alphonsous Malcolm. Finance and General Purposes
has been disqualified from hold- C®™munications, Education, Ag-
ing his seat in the House, Mr riculture, Lands and Commerce
Maleolm was convicted last week 84 Social Services, have with
by a Resident Magistrate for elec- the start of the 1950-51 financia

year this month, taken over thc

ions breaches which automatic- ; ;
duties of introducing into Execu

ally disqualifies him from being a

member of the House for five tiVe Council the matters concern
years. ing the departments which come

within their portfolios.

The matter is now é of
on appeal,
app Previously these matters

but pending the final decision. of vee

the Court Mr. Malcoim is dis- Presented in the Executive Counci
qualified from sitting and for that by , the three official me oe » th
period the House will be without Colonial Secretary, the Attorne;

i Speaker and the Jamaica La- General and the Fi ast ween



bour Party without one of its tary; but in keepi W the
seventeen. members. If the Ap- British Government’s declare
peal Court upholds the decision POY to give elected member
of the Lower Court a by-election fuller responsibility, they wer

Will be ordered in’ the Speaker's MOtified this year that comnienc

Constituency and the House will img from the first of this nront
be required to elect a new Speak- they would be expected to in
er. troduce matters connected wi!

their departments, not only in the
House of Representatives, but i
the Executive Council as well,
The Legislature will shortl
discuss proposals for constitution
il advance prior to the openin
of negotiations for a new consti-
tution with the Colonial Office.

5 Will Be Awarded
U.N.O. Scholarships

With their already slim ma-
Jority, Labcur Party whips will
have to get every member of their
party into the House when mat-
ters of vital importance to their
programme comes up for
sion,

discus-





Cannot Control
Domestic Workers

Barbados Advocate Correspondent Barbados Advocate Correspondent
KINGSTON KINGSTON.
The Jamaica Government has Jamaica ‘to benefit from the
been advised that legislation to United Nations’ Organisation Ex-
control the work of women and panded Programme of Technical
other workers employed in do- Assistance for the Development
mestic and household — service of nder-developed Territories.
would be’ impracticable and un- rhe Government has accepted
enforceable, and has abandoned ‘he offer made to the island tc
the proposal parucipate in this programme,
It has been ascertained by the Which envisages benefits in the

Government that proposals to in-
troduce _— similar legislation in
British

Guiana have been aban-
doned,

form of scholarships and fellow-
ships, by which candidates from
this island will undergo training
Which will be advantageous to
the development of the country





It is proposed, as a start, t
GC R name five candidates from Ja-
xyOU Ifo maica for training in Economic
vt. espects Development and Public Admin
° j istration. 715
Rights Of
Y .
Small Unio
tons New Manager
Barbados Advocate Correspondent + Vw
ics » op XiNaston. Kor UCWI Hospital
,7he policy of the Jamaica
Government towards “closed Barbados Advocate Correspondent
shop or “union shop” trade KINGSTON,

union action in Jamaica has been pers... Vi

Carnegie, Jamaican

announced by the Labour Advis- Treasury officer, who has been
er to the Government, Mr. G H, appointed manager and secretary
Scott of the Hospital of the University
He has informed the special College of the West Indivs. will
Committee set up by the Gov. resign his office Assistant to
ernor to recommend legislation the Trade Administrator, the |
for the settlement of representa- end of this month to take up his |
tional disputes between trade new duties, :
unions that “government's policy He will leave Jamaica in the |
with regard to its own employees next two weeks to be trained in
is that the right of workers be- Britain in hospital management
long ng to unions whose mem- 7 :

bership is in the minority should
be respected and that the gov-
ernment desires that the princi-
ples of freedom .of Association
should be recognised by all par-
ties concerned.”

Chinese Stop
Sending Wealth
To China



(Barbados



Advocate Correspondent)

’ x oa KINGSTON,
St. George Ss College Fears that the Chinese Com-
F munist Government will confis-
Marks Centenary eate the'r wealth is reported to
. be the cause for a decision among

Barbados Advocate Correspondent
KINGSTON
nstitutions of

learning in Jamaica is celebrating

local Chinese not to send or take
back their wealth to China as has

One of the oldest beer the practice in past years,

apart from the aged, who are

its centenary this week with a returning to China, to die, few
fcries of ceremonies, processions Chinese have been travelling re-
and meetings. cently between Jamaica and
It is St. George’s College, one China, and an executive member
of the 8 big secondary schools in of the Chinese Benevolent So-
the island. A boys’ school, which ciety, which has taken over the
also operates a university exten- duties formerly carried out by
sion school, the College is run by the Chinese Consulate here, now

the Roman Catholic Mission closed, said this week that there

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J The authoritative Catholic of the West Indies touring ta 4 Vork Street, London, W.1, England
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i agreement as published by the The first of these will b healer penetrates deeply into the ;
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. . a . METHODIST beams to this area do not normal~} ojsrrigutors :
pendix, undertaking in particular JAMES STREET—li a.m. Rev! K. J. ly come on the air before 1.15] F. 5. Armstrong Led., Bridgetown.

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to aeclare an amnesty for those P l j B Poyne. 7 mm. Rev, F. Lawrence p.m. there will be a_ fifteen
¥ priests, probably between 300 and é tt Oo ea V es 12 ap i cant a Mr. D. Reid. ‘-inute commentary by Rex Als-| BM RM (tte UL aited |

‘ 40C in number, who are in prison WHITEHALL—9.30 a.m. Mr. Gc. ton beginning at 8.15 a.m. and a
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i i . sriffit TAL—1l a.m. Mr. J. A ay 12.30 p.m. to 1.00 ————— :
The Tablet said that the sup- e \ Griffith. 7 p.m. *Rev, R. McCullough the day from p.m, renoxa hoauls ate atationg
posed text of the appendix may ty John Vincent HOLETOWN—8.30 a.m. Rev. F. Law- P.m. On the concluding two days i 4 pe

also contain a promise by the gov- renge 7 p.m, Mr. 2. Seott fe of the match, Monday 8th, and

ernment “to withdraw or suspend FIRST STAGES of a £50 million drive tu triple st. John, 7 p.m, Mr. S. Phillips Vv. Tuesday 9th. commentaries will

a gulationg issue 1. : rs : : S id ; be given at the same times though
many of the regulations issued be- — [Jnited Kingdom output of sterling oil have now been , “PEIGHTSTOWN—11 a.m. Rev. pr. de givena Pee " 6
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: ¢ ; I. wrence. 7 p.m. Mr. H. Husbands possibly the mid-day one may be i »
rushed into effect, in some cases months ahead of schedule. , UETHEL—1 a.m. Rev. B Crosby only fifteen minutes in length. rs On Sale at BOOKER’S DRUG STORES (B'dos) 1p,
hy There was no reason to suppose New petroleum products have begun to flow at the annual ' dantcer 3 omen 3. g. This will be confirmed or amend- HANDCRAF 1 Broad Street and Hastings ail
{ that Cardinal Sapieha of Poland, rate of a million and a half tons from sections of two out of Brogmes. 7_p.m. Mr, P. Bruce ed in this column next week. See The TES
now in Rome as a pilgrim, was un- y gig ants >j j i ac itain’s ¢ , 11 a.m. Rev. J. B. Broomes. a
: ware that the agreement’ wes ‘002 gina ae be ing built % ipeneave ae s Vee Holy Communion. 7 pm. Miss L. Peskett. Salute to the West Indies Dominica VISIT the beauty spot of the j
pending when he left or.that there refinery output from the current 7 million tons to 20 million ,,° ouster: maly Sees Tom Me, A topical note will be struck Handerafts s 4
A were any differences between him by 1952. : RU i in a magazine programme on Sat- COmpany EDGE WA T ER | | i
* and the Polish hierarchy But even completion of this ly eliminate—dollar oil imports for | PROVIDENCE—11 a.m. Mr. Ww. w urday next to coincide with the ' |
me progres i , 7 > ne . - per- Aleyne. 7 p.m. Mr. BE. Browne = f a
programme is not likely to cut the internal U.K. consumption, or per- P rowne :

; i ne ; ; : : . VAU * 3 cpening of the Worcestershire Bridge & Trafalgar Streets |
“In fact no split in the Polish “dollar gap” on oil for the sterling mit the internal consumption of XHALI—11 a.m. Miss E. Bryan, ©! i “

GENUINE fo the hvinhijnas thal lasts Pa

: ) t I 7 p.m. Rev. B. Crosby match. Entitled ‘Salute to the! BATHSHEBA

; hierarchy exists, and speculation area by more than half [ petrol and allied products to rise | ST. MAIER LUTHERAN CHURCH- West Indies’ it will introduce in the foreign press about the Winner of the construction race as well as increasing exports. Lower Greens, Bridgetown. Open air listeners the voices of ell- | This newly cescted medern hotol: is sigue
possibility of such a split can only was part of the mammoth new 3ut the U.K. is only part of the Gye at 7 p.m. The Rev. W. F. 1 . eal

do harm,” the newspaper asserted. Shell Refinery at Stanlow, Chesh- sterling area which currently pays ce Da Gee Geof Cs Christ janetc ant patie

“The hb ire, which with a twin plant at ever 625 million dollars a year the Nations, you ane warmly pe of rail : aan 7 oe 7 Always keep oe
“ There was speculation of a gShelihaven on the Thames near for oil. $350 millions of this is encouraged to visit this service: and to ie past matches Perec %
similar nature about a split in the | ondon, is costing £25,000,00. A the cost of directly imported dol- tune in o listen to the programme ang West Indies and English teams.

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Hungarian hierarchy at the time coction of the Stanlow plant has jar oil (around 14,400,000 tons) semen “ot Dr. Benkingson, D.D., God “eq programme which will be on SACROOL in Fish and Lobster Luncheons. — Well Sto
of the arrest of Cardinal Mind- begun production at the rate of a and the balance represents the MORAVIAN whe alr at the early hour of 7.30
szenty, Which was equally un- jnillion tons a year of motor spirit dollar costs of getting crude oil in _ROEBBUCK STREET—9 a.m. and 7 p.m. @:™. and will be repeated at the IN THE HOME!! SS =
founded, ' and other products from Middle sterling areas, That ranges from The_ Minister more convenient time of 8.15 p.m.
—Reuter East crude oil 30 per cent. in Venezuela to 20 per , GRA F Hid. 7B a.m. Mr. Aliman, will be followed by calypso
“ . 6 ‘ >. I P / Pe > ae ,
Between them, Shellhaven and cent. in Persia. FULNECHW4i 2 mee. Communion MUSi¢. It lasts for half-an-hour
1 H | | ie Stanlow will process more than 6 Thus even without increasing 7 p.m. Mr. Culpepper including the music.
_ nillion tons of crude oil a year. consumption in the sterling area ©MONTGOMERY—7 p.m. Mr. Barker
« mi } > > KN ani .
' oO ) JLES At Heysham, in Lancashire, the gap of 625 million dollars out- SHOP HILL—7 p.m. Mr. Hewitt Caribbean Voices”

: DUNSCOMBE—9 ; Mr. Frencis i. Tema
Shell have bought a Government- strips the 8 million ton jump in 7 pm a ee, a, (cs eas Judging from ‘Caribbean

k or Sparks owned aviution spirit refinery U.K, refinery capacity by a million ST, THERESA: First Baptist Church Voices’ on the 30th, April the









which they are converting to petrol and a half tons of crude oil per * uxters Road 7 a.m Holy Communion women are putting the men to i C4
distillation production has begun year at a ton. meee ce Zs ar eaisbomnt shame. This edition of the week- : a ;
LONDON and mid-summer will see a flow Hour. 7 p.m. Divine Service Preacher Y Prose and poetry contributions Ws ¥

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Sixty-year-old Sir Henry Self, yate of over half a million tons Balance Remains Nev. C. Young by West Indian writers will be } 7
deputy chairma of the British , f pirit a year from one unit 10 nights of open air Revival Services an all-women’s programme with CAR & ; M4
Electricity thority, advised 500 ajone And the balance of the gap—the ee, Cae. nee ee at Hunte’s stories by Eula Redhead of Gren- ‘ ’
electrical engineers at a dinner it dellar factor in sterlng oil — re- “‘sp LUKE. First Rap “hu ada and Laurice Bir PJ j a

: at < : : ‘ é § , Baptist Church; Upper 24a & aurice Bird of Jamaica. '
London to “cultivate a worth Down ee an. Tweedside Road—3 p.m. Children’ How THE FAMOUS REMEDY AND
while hobby apart from your jot Britain’s great liner port, —— i p.m. Divine Service. Preacher: H. G ‘Zs
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r a clear of our jobs at times and the biggest single refinery in Wednesdays 8 p.m. A Service which ji Sean ee ee 1950 idea | ACTS LIKE MAGIC CAR ON THE ROAD
Ys seeing ourselve the broade: Western Europe. Fawley, at Sues. Sear anniee, caf Christian ae > Analysis 7.15 am. Nights at the Oper,
, ; ilealing. Sunday, mi , 195 j 8.06 . , =“ wae . 2
settin at life offers is ver its peak will turn out one mil- of Lesson-Sermon: Evcriasting Punish. 220, 2 Parade, euitorials. 8.10 a.m. An. Sale as IN OUR
great,” Sir Henz “We re i y ; tor spirit ent. Golden Te: ne ‘ zh yi cktamme Parade. 8.15 a.m. Accordeon i
81 is) y 1 lion gallons of motor sp ‘a den Text: James 4.8. Draw nigh tnteriude. 8.30 a.m..From the Children’ }
turn to our work refreshed.” every 24 hours — all from fo ao an oe draw nigh to you. Hour, 9.00 aum_ Clase down 12.00 cane KNIGHTS LTD. b
. te ; ; ad ’ dee *. = anse j ; hands, ye sinners, and The News, 42.16-p, y nalysis f ; i
(Sie Henrys who already” poids Saidahe Bat of TA SE RR linda oe nn liaanee Sa, AY PAINTING DEP
degrees } w, liberature, philoso hellh: eh ite Ave yiiles the following Citations are included in Forum: 1.15 p.m Hadio Newsrech 1.30 Re s
phy and science, is a man who Shellhaven, with its five pi the Lesson-Sermon: The Bible: Every p.m, Sunday Service. 2.00 p.m. The Ne ur iy . . A on
practices what he preaches of roads and 44 miles of railway branch in me that beareth not ‘ruit he 4.10 p.m, Home News from Britain, ; . . ae ‘ ’ e : a
He is now taking a post-gradu- is due to commence operations this f ’ ee eae and rey brancn that p.m esi Magazine. 2.30 p.m, Variety WE ARE OFFERING... WE ASSURE YOU OF A __ BEAUTIFUL FINGH:
: 1OW Ve us 8 : . vembe se eareth fruit, he purngeth i that it ma‘ andbox, 3.30 p.m. The Country Hou e re] ' ‘ ‘
ate course in the history of the November ; bring forth more fruit. John 15.2. 4.00 p The News 1s be Wate HILI \ BADMINTON INA
| phil oe a ; of science in his spar The various plants are being oy sees chance and Health with Kes to “the 115 p.m, Voiec ‘of ine ‘ iolin ‘ta pe seal ? AY MASONAME "OER
airak Fane ; financed by their respective own 1") criptures, by Mary Baker Eddy. We Sunday half hour. 4.55 p.m Epilogue. 5.00 . *
He id ing companies Shell and Anglo- cam croowengs God's Sore prines of sir ee sD CODER eRe 15 p.m. Pro ; a ;
a - . . : : es i) the destruction of sin and the spiritual ®amme Parade, 5.30 p.m. BBC Symphony «sé 4
American and 9,705,000 Marshall ae continued in 1 wt nderstanding that casts out evil as Orchestra, 6.15 p.m. From The Child. we MA E
“I personally feel very strongly Aid dollars have been made avail bottle. inreal, But the belief in sin is "e? ats 6.45 p.m. Michael Krein Saxo- ;
A . phone *t. 7.0 r , ° 7
that a man has got to have some able for buying American refining London express Service. yes so long as the belief lasts 2m Niea Acralyote Pris on z as OLD C
parallel interest in life whatever equipment “aie iweewe nae eres riatihees oe Voices. 7.45 p.m. Why do we believe ir
form it may take with hi But Britons and people soins, An average ofa quarter of "=" NSW TESTAMENT CHURCH life after death. 8.00 p.m. Radio Newsreel, LOOK Lik
hands or his head or in his garden throughout the Commonwealth the cost of all the oil that the sv. MICHAEL—1i a.m. Bank Hall. Rewio” al amet a Ss Rae "
—to give him a varied interest, who expect that the flood of ste1 U.K. refineries will handle must Hey ¥ _" wore ie p.m. River Road, p.m. Londen Forum, 9.30 om aihaee by Ww"
otherwise he tends to get stodgy ling oil from these four huge 6 found in dollars. And of course CHRIST CHURCH p.m. Cox Road, From the Editorials: 40. Newss, 10 p.m os) NE
and lose his freshness of mind; plants will provide more and per- the more oil that comes to Brit- rey. &. W. Weekes 5 ’ into. Melody. 11.00 pan, ‘The Mew? a v
his judgment gets dim, he dot ips cheaper petrol for motoring, ain to be refined the more thai ST. PHILIP—11 a.m. Long Bay, Rev. BOSTON: WRUL 15.29 Mc., WRUW 1L.75 (A
see woo “s for instance, are likely to be dis- sed iti ' FW. Weekes Me. WRUX 17.73 Me. J :
gpa rae a ae ines annie percentage will total ST. LUCY—11 a.m. Durhams, Rev MONDAY, MAY 1, 1950 Y
tu do not find some other appointec : : 7. i New 3 : 2
parallel activ ey h expre Australia, where petrol rationing “ ® vann BAPTIST OHURCH Anbbreint et Be seine Choi at C. CARLTON BROWNE > . COURTESY H
a ct V 4 E ‘ / ysis. E a s ‘s vice 48 ¢
you in another form you do not Not Enough has ended, is not likely to benefit WHITEPARK—1l1 a.m. Divine Service, 4-™. Places of Interest. 8.00 a.m, nrdm, SMOKING MIXTUR N *~ u
gat ntinee directly from the new refineries. Preacher: Deaconess R. Thomas. 7 p.m oa Raltorins 8.10 a.m, Programme Par- R, a ( an
Rite ear lintonente Musee’ twa Despite the increased output of Her petrol comes from the Fai Lennie Service, Preacher: Evan- f%5 319 a.m one ena than ee AT REDUCED PRICE ——— ROBERT THOM
7 wh 1 < € ) + a . ’ : ¥ es : 0 sales ‘elist : a J rf s e sic oF Sid lllips an r ‘ . \
for a long time to try to get a Sterling oil companies in the Mid- fast refineries in any case. Where {S05 Say "Bucs papyisn cuurcn )S band, 9.00 Close down. 12.00 noon The Wholesale & Retail Druggist
é & ot » Ex . sre > J 7 santa ic . » fact, ane . 7 News, 12.10 r ews J 5 36 “k S i ( é
breadth of apprehension in the prec nn eelnan aeidere "os ae will score is seca the oe BANK (HALL ROAD—11 a.m Divine SR brates baie Analysis ai2.15 | 136, Roebuck St. Dial 2813 Whitepark,
iffare. anche jienc . ste & petrote tS are that any easement of the dre Service, E 1orne Preacher: Evangelist : i pear
different branches of science and ** at an; e a from Grand Hotel, 1.00 , Science Re. 6564
parallel sub at imarily @ poise produced yet to meet the needs of on the sterling pool of dollars 3 p.m. Ordination Service. 7 p.m. view. 115 p.m. Radio Newsreel. 130 a | Pest POSSSCCS COGS SEONG ==
, r ¥ 'vangelistic Service reache: ‘ ‘ > at -m. En a
the phil sphi al . le.” the dollar-starved area and to through economies in Europe, will Bv@selistic Service. Preacher: Supply. Tip Top Tunes 2,00 p.m. The News, 2.10. )}) ener
> lilos cE ing Tae ; 7 : . ‘ . : ra ; p.m. ome Ne from Britain. 2.15 ) -
INS. n uintain exports to foreign coun be felt throughout the Common Sports Beviaw ene Aa ar —
tries These exports have got to ith and soft-currency areas h P .
I s ) s é wealth and soft-c y as change rogramme,. 3.00 From the third |
= be kept up (a) to help rebuild Other finery weaments HALT DIAMOND EXPORT programme, 3.50 p.m. Interlude. 4.00 p.m |
European economy; and (b) to Jther refinery ee ments The News. 4.10 p.m, The Daily Service.
BUDGET APPROVED lite the start a Pa th and expansion in the U.K. and 4.15 p.m. The Journey into Melody. 5.00
pi oOvVide a ster ie are . or overseas territories may be expect- CAPETOWN, April 28. px ott tee One 5 iS p.m, Pro-
io . ‘he Je . ) ~ 1. grat ie ri ». 8 . ace: )
IN CANADA foreign exchange with which to oq in aggregate to wipe out the The South Afrioggn Treasury forest, 645 Dont Doce nT aces of In
yay for imports nn 5 a erest. 5.45 p.m. Dance Music. 6.00 p.m
pay - Whole 350 million dollars direct to-day announced & permanent Ring up the Curtain. 7,00 p.m. The News
OTTAWA, April 28 With an annual refining capacity costs on oil imports by 1953, leav- scheme forbidding export of dia- coe a Bi Pes sch 7.15 pm, BBC
‘ , ; [a . 4 9. Ba ; an or an at Orchestra, 7.45 Hac
ik The Canadian House of Com- of 20 million tons by 1952-53, the ing a gap of not less than 350 monds to destinations other than to meet Sank 8.00 ae plan, A onal
it ‘ mons last night defeated two Op- United Kingdom (which currently million dollars a year representing the United Kingdom except 8.15 p.m. Science Review. 8.30 p.m, Tip
bl position motions of no confidence uses about four million tons an- the higher doilar cost of intensi- against the government in dollars. Ae i ES ae aounal World
4 ° . . . mi, s rchestral } > 9.45
i in the government and gave ap- nually of motor spirit alone) fied mining operations in the ster- The plan was drawn up by p.m "The Cathadtel=Dranta Moo gor
‘| proval in principle to the $2,400,- could, if all this production were ling area, as compared with $275 Treasury experts and dian‘ond The News. 10.10 p.m. From the Editorials
‘ 000,000 budget for the 1950-51 available for herself, do one of two millions to-day. And that without industry experts, the annowace- 1915 Pm. Much binding in the Marsh

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BOYS PLASTIC BELTS multicolour 36c. each

VELVET RIBBON in Red, Black, Navy and Green
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MANAGED BY THE POLICYHOLDERS,
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* Salary $55.00 per month, ~ -

id insert t your ¢ and noise Applicants mist present themselves| _ BEACH VIEW--On the Sea very cool
is obliterated.-Most suitable for Resi-{ With Birth Certificate and oredentials to| 89d #o0d Sea-bathing, 3 bedrooms,
de 7 Board ouses et he P.M.O. at his residence “Roseville,” rae ah Sew toom pees 3 ng

mrs DR ORES | St. Peter chen, Ba and Gallery downstairs
IGHTS Rt G STORM ay * © on or before April 29th up to Offers recaived by writiig ‘Aaieenn
‘ 7 Signed G. S. CORBIN, Mr. C. Bourne, Melbourne, Hastings
FINEST PAINTS—Brandram Henderson Clerk, Poor Law @ ns, 29.4.50—2n
ine ble Forest Green Sun Proo 22.4,50—9n. -
| KE. ‘YE e and colout pecia 19 te oe ee, at ae offen,
' primers, distempers Paints $6.84 gin pee Me ME ining | ay,
iater +. $236) gin. They - atin 2 p.m. the dwellinghouse of two storeys
i x ‘Se ONES 2 gin : cae me Bere. NOTICE OF TRADE MARK | comprising public rooms, two bedrooms.
25 4.50—18n kitchen, bath ete. with shop attached
\ sail Acieiaiincieeaiaticeat ; . DELMA standing on 2094 sq. ft. of land in
20N BR , WS—Sever ‘ i weedside Road and Hunts Road, City
call Saleen’ ataian Pam pene SUNNYDALE PRODUCTS LIMITED of} Apply to Mr. E. H. Kirton, the owner
ae es at state the eebage os Densom Lane, Hull, Yorkshire, England,| on the premises Further particulars
1 bend, } ‘ive Gardiner Austin’s Build- | D@eby, give notice:—that they are the! and conditions of sale from COTTLE
i ' ins oe Plantations Ltd. Broad | 2° jetors of the DELMA word trade} CATFORD & CO
5 Street or Phone 2608 wrk in respect of “Face Creams (being 29.4.50—11n
ch 28.4.60-1 {.n, | Tellet Preparations)"; that the trade

ih li a Be mark is usually impressed or otherwise BUNGALOW at Navy Gardens. Stone

+t ve PAINTS_1.C.1 Sivecial offer “Glos displayed on the packages containing) newly constructed Three Bedrooms

a Paints, $9.49 per gallon Come and get | ‘b® sods; thnt the trade mark is regis.) running water. All modern convenien-
ona thent, A. BARNES & Co. Ltd tered in the Register of Trade Marks| ccs. Garage, fruit trees, lawns. Archie

2 4.50--19n | Great Britain under No, 3909832 in! Clarke. Phone 4530; 8 to 4p.m
»f{ Class 48 advertised in the Trade Marks 27. 4.50-—6r
‘ " PERFUMES SCANDAL, MY SIN Journal dated 26th May, 1920. Se -_ ieee
a ARPFGE, MOMENT SUPREME. AMOUR All persons are hereby warned against ‘CASVILLE’-Navy Gardens, Christ
t AMOUR, SHA Al A t pacciwed. | the infringement of the said trade mark! Church. Three bedroom bungalow
( KNIGHTS DRUG STORES | im the Island of Barbados. | standing on 8,241 sq. feet land. Can be
0 4. 50—2n The Trade Mark is a trade mark! seem at any time by appointment
seeialeidiheminetinn within the meaning of Section 16 (1) (a) | Apply: C. A. Pierce, Phone 3348 or
Genuine Land Sand, can be of the Merchandise Marks Act of 1896) 2°49 28.4.50—Tn

delivered any part of the tsland. Con. fof the Island of Barbados.

tect D. Mahon, Belleplaine, St. Andrew SUNNYDALE PRODUCTS LIMITED. GPETNA G situated at Mason
Dial 2231 648 —————— ee ugh on ’ ea pe co 5,0 am. 2 land.
5 e building contains three rooms,
TOYS-—Harrison's Toy Dept. has just EDUCATIONAL Drawing and Dining Rooms, Pantry,





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| By instructions received 1 will offer
THANKS Ferm RENT for sale on MONDAY Ist May on the
We the undersigned beg to return or TOMAS ho merce at yr
thanks to our many friends and sym-| HOUSES a wall building at present used as
pathisers who sent us wreaths, flowers,| -— club roonm--which ean con-
4 cards and other tokens of sympathy in | APARTMENT —One furnished apart-| (ub renny-which ean easily Be son.
ie our recent sad bereavernent due to the | ment at Coral Sands, Worthing-on-Sea.! cach 7
_ desth of Mrs. Joan Jones of Flag Staff Silver and linen, for further particulars ’
: Road, St. Michael Dial 8134 Alma Lashley. 27.4.50—4n
Muriel Phillies (mother), Resets, ) = Thal 2947 R. ARCHER ae
Ann, Terranc®, Colana (children), | BUNGALOW, also Fiat, facing sea mai < aoe:
Hyacinth Callender (sister), Samuel} proud, Hastings, furnished ,
























Callender (brother-in-law), Fitzgerald,| Ati comforts, Ei glish baths with heaters seni rer yin
Cecil, Cyril, Jones (brothers-in-law),| showers, Scledbeees verandahs. ‘Tele ae eee ey the anes.
Vincent, Cameron Phillips (brothers). phone 2949. 31.3.50—t.Z.0 ice sell on AY ¢
20.4.50,-—1n. a at a Station ene
— | BUNGALOW—Cold Spring Cottawe, St |“ Pu ene (2) as
IN MEMORIAM James, Fully furnished. Very charming ths one (1) leat purse
well situated 3 bedroomed bungalow in| er chain and & ope
secluded position with own bathing cove ) bicycle frame, one (1) fruit °
In loving memory of my _ beloved] Available immediately. Dixon & Bladon | "4 many other items of interest.
mother MAUDE HUNTE who departed | phone 4640, 30,4.50—In. | Terms cash.
this life on the 30th of April 1949. D'ARCY A. SCOTT,
One your has passed since that sad day; FLAT: Upstairs flat with 3 bedrooms Gov. Auctioneer
When the one we loved was called away | running water in each. For furthe: 28.4. 5—3n
The blow was sudden, the shock = particulars Dial 3696.
geverc, 28.4.50—t.f.n,
We littio knew that death was near: UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER
ut Jesus knew Just what was st, “FARAWAY” : i ‘coast. Fully
And took dear mother with Him to rest | furnished, 3 St a p By in ved from the
Ever to be remembered by : ca , lighting plant, water , | Insurance it I will sell on Friday
Doris Lioyd, (daughter); Ottley Thomp-| Bathing beach. yy lst. 1} May 5th at rs Jason Jones Garage
son, Prince Thompson (brothers); Edith # 4476 Lower Broad Street at 1.30 p.m. (1) 1047
2 John ineice) (U.S.A 30.4.50—1n. 10 h.p. Morris Car. in ac-
: S—— SSS “NEW HAVEN”, Crane Coast fully fur-| cident Also at 2 p.m. (1) 1—217.35

‘al nished,.3 bedrooms, 3 servants’ rooms.
FOR SALE double, grass. Nehting pion, air

| November, Dec

eae gemnnenenene—neemenememeest

h.p. Dodge Truck at Sugar Store op-
posite Highways & Transport Dept:
Fairchild Street. Damaged in accident.
Terms Cash.



















19.3.50—t.f.1 By instructions received I will sell

on Thursday May 4th in the spot, at

AUTOMOTIVE iene re i pean, fully ee Ave; Bank Hall X Road (1)

. _| furnis modern conveniences,| Chattel House 24 x 12 with shed x8

CAR-—-One Hillman 1948 Model. Phone} from ist May Phone 4108 kitchen attached. Must be sold. , BE.
W. R. Tempro 2840 or 8224 i ‘ 29.4.50—2n | Cash

30.4,50—t.f.n. , VINCENT GRIFFITH
GRAND VIEW--Government Hill, for Auctioneer.
CAR Pontiac Convertiable Coupe} 4 months, July to October. Apply F. C 30.4.50—3n
occasional four Passenger in good order Hutson 28.4.50—4n





Reasonable price for quick Sale. Phone;
3348 or 2749 28.4.50—~7n |.

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HOUSE—Fully furnished house in first
residential district, 2 miles from

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; CAr 194 Model $500.06; tow 3 bedrooms, 2 living rooms, usyal
, Good running order, possession May 11th| offices From July Ist 1950 to Janiary HAMMER
i Phone 14 29.4.50—-2n'! Ist 1951 Write for full particulars to
| Box XX, ©/o Advocate Co. On Tuesday 3nd, Wednesda; 3rd,
CAR—My well kept Morris 8 H.P. 29.4.50—2n | Thursday 4th M we will sel J order
Motor Car L-10. Apply to A. §& f Mrs, J .
a oO . John the House ap
Husbands, Babbs, St. Lucy or A, G. HOUSE—"Rugs-in-Urbe, Crumpton $t.| pointments (Antique & Modern) of
Husbands, Mount Standfast, St. James. | Bridgetown From June Ist., 1950 “Canefield House’ St. Thomas.
27.4.50—-3n, | Apply: Villa Angela, next door or Dial] which include:=Qld 1 2 Be
“ake S ‘ ——_—_——— | 4524 20.4.50—2n} tal Dining Tables, toire ple-
CAR—One Hillman Car for 8350. E hite Sideboard & ina Cupboard,
Jordan Bicycle Repairer, James 8t, “LABOUR BLESS”—Arthur Seat, St ton Hall Table ( Claw Feet),
29.4.50--2n, Tnomas. Modern residence, comprise] Liquer Cases, Card ‘Tables all in old
i i of 3 bedrooms with wash basins, draw-| Mah ny; some Chandeliers;
= | CAR—Hillman 10 H.P, 1938, Good|ing, dining, breakfast rooms, servant«| Upho! Couches & Chairs, Rugs, Car-
% sondition. Price reasonable. Ring 39@) |room and » spacious yard an‘ , Curtains, Freneh Mirfors, Electric
i 28.4.50—3n |orchard of fruit trees, Electric light ble and Fioor Lamps, Wall Candle
~~ | throughout. For particulars dial ’ | Brackets, Chipendale and Chair,
| 1947 Morris Eight, Just com-]9 a.m. to 5 p.m, (Sunday excepted’. | Cabinet; Uphols. Leather Seat Chairs;
F overhauled and Dainied. 94a 4.{0—8n | Bookshelves and Books; Old China,
1 four seater orris | — ——_—— —————— | Shef: Plate, Silver and Glass; Set of
a Miner Sal 3,300 miles. Like new. 1946 MARKHAM--On the Sea Hastings,| Table Cut "Glass, $1 Pieces; Venetian
Hey Chrysler Windsor, Suitable for hired car] furnished or unfurnished 3 bedrooms] Brandy Set, Barrel Shades, Brandy
1 service. Fort Royal Garage Ltd. Tele- | with all modern conveniences. Gas in-| Glasses, Crown Derby Coffee Cups and
na} phone 4504 ones for cooking. Apply: i Court,| Ornaments, S.P. Waiter Cruet, Coffee
1 ae ane emcemensitocnnpaaenneaes Tastings, .50—t.f.n, Jy Ei p Silv rks
hth 1950 BEDFORD CHASSIS, 3 tons, for a = ae Bait’ Salen eer Fisted Candelasrer,
t immediate delivery, $2,9: erent “OLIVEDALE,, Small modern house] Dish Covers &c; French Tea-Coffee Ser-
Garage, Dial 4616 28.4.50—3n] i, Marine Gardens, furnished, for 4| vice Sangaree Glass: Wrought Iron Suite
ral - te oa, een mont} from middle or end of June,| of Verandah Furpiture (very mice)
BORD 7 NGINE; One V-8 Ford engine | moderate rent Phone 3625 Valuable Chinese Panne, Barometers,
and radi ator _in ‘ ood ¢ onidition, ye 29 4.50-—2n | Stairs Carpet; Tall 4 post Mahog; Bed-
i drive shaf ing-gea ind pi ion, ane stead, Single Wood and Lron Bedsteads,
other part Enquire Auto Tyre Com- RESIDENCE—From Ist May upstairs] Deep Sleep Mattresses, Old Mahog:
yiny, Trafalgar Street. Phone 2606 > swan Street, 2 Bedrooms, Drawing| Linen Presses, French Press, Chinese
} 28.4.50—t.f.n ee rooms, en Bath.| Camphor Chests, Military Chest of
— - ps a : cool and airy so sultable for] Drawers, Beautiful Tall Boys, Linen;
‘ a ED ¢ ARS fe a eee Rey ‘ Immediate possession Apply| Ping Pong Table 4 burner G. E. Elec-
‘ k ee ein ex a 4 60-4 ANI BROS Dial 3533 Business hours] tric Stove, Elec: Kettle, Toaster; Kit
i — aS een ae . 37.4.6 - 4158 on Sundays 29.4.50—2n| chen Utensils; Garden Chairs & Ben-
- — ‘| ches; Flood & Spot Lights, Orchid
i MECHANICAL RESIDENCE of Mr. P. C. S. Maffet | Plants, Chrysler Windsor Sedan Car 1948
i ‘i . , \ beautiful imposing building over-| Westinghouse Refrigerator, Kelvinator
4 PEWRITERS—Two (2) second hant looking Rockley Bay next to the in-| Deep freeze
} q WRITERS—Two (2) second hal ended site of Blue Waters Hotel. Newly ; ay Ray fr
ypewriter suitable for tuition, apptr . Inspection Monday Ist Mz from 11
The B Bay Ri Cc onstructed, Fully furnished complet#| 99 am, to 8 o'clock. The Car will be
| te eo Boran Bay Rum Co. | epi ine with linen and_ cutlery, Studebaker] goid Tuesday 2nd at 2 o'clock The
a 28.4.50-—30. | Car if required. From May lst for four Stove. Deep Fr d Refrigerat
| 1 io six months. For further partieulors ayes er had RB
aPrar A C TIPPING , a Wednesday 3rd. Sale 11.30 clock .
| HYDRAULIC TIPPING BODY. New, | apply to owner, phone 2787 of 8839 r..ser an
i availab ‘ 300.00, 4 cubic] 4 pm 20.4.50—/0n | Terms, strictly cash.
Oe tesy Garage, | Dial oT BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO.
4616 28.4. 50—3n RANDAL COURT—Worthings 3 large Auctioneers
~ | bedrooms. Telephone 3772 between 8.30] ..
: am, and 4.00 p.m 25.4,50—6n
ELECTRICAL —— REAL ESTATE
a - E THE FOLLY on Sea, St, James, fully | ———— ——___
4 PLEX Immersion Heaters furnishe Linen if required, Preferably “ALCOTT”’—Situate at the Stream
»s ee: eas ; wee Apply Mrs. Manning. Tele-| Road, Christ Chureh, standing on 17,236
j d em 1 ne 91-09 28.4.50-—-3n | Square Feet of land, with right of way
29.4.50—3n adie . > to Warthing Beach.
4 . rHORNVILLE—St. James, Fully furn- The house contains gallery, drawing
{ ~ Pe | ahead ailable early May. 3 bedrooms, | eng dining room, three 4
i . } reception, garage, phone, bathing beach. % offices.
, FURNITURE Excellent locality. Dixon & Bladon, Phone oar y, Kitchen and usual out ’
— - 4640 30.4.50.—In Age and Servants stots ti Tae yard.
j ; j RI Kitchen Cabinet & oo cree . Inspection on application to the tenant
by 1 ‘ Apply The Reetory Cn, Ch E Mrs. 7 every day (except
Ay 29.4, 50—31 " Sundays) ‘ween the hours of 3 and
: PUBLEC NOTICES |p.
ute above will be set up for sale at
| LIVESTOCK public competition at our Office in Lucas
. eaegeeoseenemgenrerees St t on i
ij — Coctes paniel “e225 easily earned by obtaining orders | 9 ee See aT tae Oey OF Samy Aep0 8
ad ) for private Christmas Cards from CARRINGTON & SEALY.
0.4.56 in our friends No previous experience Solicitors.
- —E ecessary, Write today for beautiful tree | 28.4. 0—Tn
i MISCELLANEOUS temple Book to Britain's largest and ES noe

swemost Publishers; highest commission, All THAT certain messuage or store









a as N Street stand-

ANTIC a hos ellous money making opportunity, | Known as No. 46 Roebuck
Glass, China, old Jewels, fine cnes, Williams & Co., Dept. 10 Vietoria | #08 8788 sa. ft. of land. | The
Watercolor rly books, Map ito ¥ ork Prest. sw building has been recently remodelled
ore ce ad Cinmetnaiea Ad Brun Snop oe eston, Englan and renovated. Inspection on aypplica-

~ iat Yacht Club > "i tion to the undersigned.
. The property will be set up for sale
1.9.49..—t.f 3
ial Ms ee he ue ee NOTICE by public competition at our office,
Je os ,
Pel CART in good con PARISH OF 8T, PETER sees Eee. eeareeny Oe FERRY:
een at Mrs. M. G. Adam Wanted by the Poo. ‘aw Guardians |‘) MAY Mn ee oe BOYCE
Chelsion Gay for the Almehouse a fully qualified Nurse me ltatee
49.450 2n Solicitors.

cavable of taking charge of Midwifery 29.4. 50—12n
















































received a shipment of rubber dolls and
attimals that squeak as well as thousands

Kitchen, out offices ete, Apply: V. B

SS crrceeees | St. John Dial 8406 oF 3306.



of beautiful marbles at very reasonable 29.4.50—2n

prices Drop in, won't you? It's alway GH CHOO

worth while paying a visit to C. F ARLINGTON HI S L _LAND—1480 sq. ft. of land with

Herrison & Co 27,4, 50—an Re-opens on Tuesday May 2nd., 1950.| Chattel dwellinghouse thercon, situate

——~————- J. New pupils examined to-morrow at the corner of Wellington Street, and

WARE E.P.N.S. Cake forks and G. V. BATSON Vine Street,

spoons in cases of six each. Prices 30.4.50—In Inspection on application to the
eusonable. Alexr. Yearwood, Jeweller es ee be Mrs. vets an as

Rolten Lane 29.4.50—an e up for ie

—_——— MALVERN ACADEMY by Pubic at our Office,
YARDLEYS Bond Street Perfume, Jomes Street, wn, on Thursday

Lavender Water, Cologne, April Vailet EDENVELLE ath May 1950 at 2 p.m.

Perfume, Lotus Cologne, Face Powder, CHEAPSIDE {

Ti Powder—All just received— This school will re-open on TUESDAY, YEARWOOD & BOYCE,

KNIGHTS DRUG STORES
30.4.60—2n

Length 21 ft

2nd May at 9.30 a.m. New pupils will
be interviewed on Monday Ist May at

9 a.m. . om -

Solicitors.
29.4.50—5n







YACHT-—-Mallard design ee |





6 ins. Beam 7 ft. 6 ins Recently over-
hauled and painted. Apply Hugh Walcott “LEIGHTON” — Situate in Passage
“Woodville”, Phone 3967, Hastings i Road, I > on 6,870
25.4.5 in. juare 4
ses Acme Unity High School “athe it of and con-
teins ery, wing, s, sitting
OPP. ¥.M.C.A. PINFOLD STREET | and breakfast rooms, Pantry, kitchen,
Re-opens Tuesday 9th May, 1950.| W.C. and bath downstairs. 4 \-
Entramce Exam Monday Ist 10 a.m. | rooms (2 with running water) upstairs.

Inspection any = (except Sundays)
between 10 a.m. 5 p.m
above will be set up for sale
our Office

Entrance Fee $1.00.
PARENTS BE WISE send your children
where individual attention is given,

Pimples Go

: Competition at
also (Commaaee arene Classes) . Lacas Street, Brid wan Friday
( ay Mint d j 3 D wae Headmaster. | the 5th May itso at 2 p.m.
aise ' i ie fn ays 29.4.50—2n. CARRINGTON & SEALY
Th ‘ t pplication of Nixederm Solicitors





gtr r ay pimples Hike magic. a5
4 i nd you will soon
ge soft, smooth and

>. Nixoderr new discovery that

MODERN HIGH SCHOOL.

Parents and Guardians





PROPERTY in cross road at Spooners
Hill consisting of double roofed house,







' es on the skin that Are you interested in Your child's} sne@ and kitchen er with 4 acre
Red Blotches, Ke- | future? . | of land. Price .00. The above can
‘ i stions. You Have you studied the pees = Public be purchased on terms. Half of the
troubles until | Examinations of the school where YOU) amoimt must paid purchasing
ola cat id in the rae intend entering this child? COMPARE our] on. Bor apply to
P Nixoderm from | results with the most successful govern- D'Arwy A. Scott, wine Lane, or

. the positive | ment schools and CONTRAST them with dial 3743 4.00—4n.

» wil! banish pim- | other private ie “i hae th ;
: ft smooth o: Our waiting list for 1 is being rap- ne ro

“y ra ; me idly filled. Apply early and avoid dis- un oo. a ore
16 Peeee n return of |“ : L. A. LYNCH beach and bus. Low iand rent. In-
7 os empty pack- Headmaster spection om premises at any time or

> oubles age. 1/9 o.6' pio) 4 30.4.50.-In. ' Phone Owner at 3189. 26.4. 50—3n

















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SUNDAY ADVOCAT

PERSONAL

The public are herehy warned against
tiving credit to my wife INEZ STRAKER
nee Beckles,) of Harmony Hall, Rich-
mond Gap, St. Michael, Barbados az {
io not hold myself responsible for her
or anyone else contracting any debt







PROFESSIONAL NOTICE

DR. FERREIRA of ‘“‘Chiroville’ Upper
Bay St. (near Esplanade) by Chiropractic
method corrects diseases of eyes, ears,
nose, throat, lungs, stomach, kidneys and
lower organs. Dial 288).





WANTED



HELP

DRUGGIST—An experienced Druggist
Apply by letter to General Manager,
Knights Ltd. 29.4.50—3n





Young Lady for our office Apply by
letter and in person. STANFIELD
SCOTT & Co., Ltd. 25.4.50—t.f.n

PARTNER to invest three to four thou-
sarid dollars in sound business: Reply
P.F.K. C/o Advocate Advertising Dept.

29.4.50—2n

AN ASSISTANT for our Office Depart-
ment. Apply by letter and in person,
PERKINS & CO. LTD., Roebuck St.

30.4.50—1n,

SITUATIONS VACANT

FACTORY ENGINEER

resident at Roseau Factory, St. ‘«cie
Applicant must have had at least 3 years
Sugar ww experience, preferably
‘nore, be between the ages of 25
ond 40 years, Partiy furnished 5 room
sungalow supplied and 3 months long

given every three years
with passages paid for self and wife.
Applicant must supply testiinonials and
late present salary and salary expected.







applications to be addressed to ‘Inu
Roseau Co. Ltd., St. Lucia, B.W.T.
28.4,.50—3n.



FACTORY CHEMIST

Situation vacant for Sugar Factory
Chemist resident at Roseau Factory,
St. Lucia, but also in charge of chemical!
control at Cul de Sac Factory, St. Lucia,
about three miles distant by motor
road. Applicant must have had at least
3 years Factory experience, preferably
more, and be between the ages of 25
and 40 years. Partly furnished 5 room
bungalow supplied and 3 months long
leave home given every 3 years with
pessages paid for self and wife. Appli-
cant must supply testimonials and state
present salary and salary expected









Applications to be addressed to a

Roseau Co. Lid., St. Lucia, B.W.L.
28.4.50—3n
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MISCELLANEOUS

WANTED TO RENT j
PIANO—for 3 months. St. Josephs
tectory 30.4.50—In !
BOTTLES—White 3 gill beer bottles|

with cartons in good condition 36c each
Carton. Hanchell Larsen & Co., Ltd.
29,.4,50—3n

PAYING GUESTS at a Private Home.
Leith Worthing on the sea, Terns
reasonable. 2.4,50—5n.











Is the way you speak a drawback to
you? SPEECH TRAINING AND SINGING |
erate terms. Leila Boxill 29 Walpole St,
Chelsea, London, S.W. 3. Telephone
Sloane 1607. If you are coming to London
cut out this advertisement as it may be
useful. 30,4,50.—1n.



Publie Sales-—Contd.







BLUE VISTA—Rockley (near Golf
Club), One of the better type modern
homes in a select locality, well planned
and constructed by a firm of repute.
Large lounge, dining room, kitchen,
bedrooms (with basins and fitted ward-
robes), t\'ed bathroom, double garage,
servants’ quarters, terraced rock garden, |
lawns, flowering shrubs and plants. Owing |
to unforseen circumstances this desirable |
property is offered well below cost for
early sale. Dixon & Bladon, A.FS.,
F.V.A., Real Estate Agents, Auctioneers
and Surveyors, Plantations Building.
Phone 4640 30.4.50,.——1n,

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CANEFIELD HOUSE-—This very fine
and well known country property with
approximately 3 acres is still available
for a quick sale at a fraction of the price
originally asked. There are 5 reception!
rooms, a large entrance hall with a fine
carved stairway, 3 verandahs, 5 bedrooms, |
kitehen, etc, Garage for 3 cars, stabling|
and servants’ cottage. Dixon & Bladon,
A.F\S., F.V.A,, Real Estate Agents, Auc-
tioneers and Surveyors, Plantations Build-
ing. Phone 4640, 30,4.50.—1n.
AES

PROPERTY—1,950 square feet of land
at St. Stephens Hill, St. Michael with
Wall House, containing open verandah,
drawing, dining, 2 bedrooms, Kitchenette,
W.C., Bath, electric light and water. The
house is beautifully cool near to Town
with the National Bus Service every
quarter of an hour, Dial 2947 R, Archer
Me Kenzie 30.4.50.—1n,





RETREAT—Six Men's Bay, St, Peter.
Charming old world country home very
solidly constructed of stone standing in
12 acres of ground with bathing beach.
There are 3 reception rooms, 4 bedrooms,
kitchen, double garage and out-buildings.
Available with vacant possession. £3,500
or near offer. Dixon & Bladon, A.F.S.,
F.V.A., Real Estate Aments, Auctioneers
and Surveyors, Plantations Building,
Phone 4640, 30.4.50.—1n,

RESIDENCE 11—Graeme Hall Road.
Attractively uesigned modern two storey
home well set back in approximately 1/3
acre ground with wide frontage. Coral
stone walls with asbestos roof, flush
panelled doors, all built-in cupboards,
There is a large lounge and dining ryom
with gallery, 3 bedrooms, kitchen, 2 ser-
vants’ rooms, room for 2 cars, provision
for solar heater. This property may be
purehased fully furnished if desired at a
very reasonable figure. Dixon & Bladon,

A.F.S., F.V.A., Real Estate Agents, Auc-
tioneers and Surveyors, Plantations
Building. Phone 4640. 30.4.50.—I1n.



TRELAWAY—Hastings Main Road, re-
cently reconstructed 4 bedrooms with
running water, usual public rooms. All
modern convenienves annexed. New wall
building, 2 bedrooms, running water, din-
ing and sitting room, Apply on premises.
Phone 30v. 27.4.50—2n,

TAKE YOUR CHANCES WIDE
AWAKE BUYERS! Good Buys with Re-
Sale Values. Inspect and Decide _ for
Yourselves. I Say—An Excellent 3 Bed-
room Stonewall Residence in A-1 Con-
dition at Pine . An Attractive 2 Bed-
room (Large) newall Bungalow in
A-1 Condition at mteith Gardens. For
Medium Pockets, A Desirable 2 Bedroom
(Fair Size) Stonewall Bungalow in Bay
Street. A Suitable 3 Bedroom Bungalow
type at White Park, A Suitable 2 Bed-
room Concrete Bungalow at Station Hill,
and Two 2 Bedroom Cottages (seaside) at
Black k. A Seaside 3 Bedroom Stone-
wa) Bungalow at Fontabelle. Mortgages
Ar anged. Please Don't Miss Me ise
ant Keen Purchasers for Anything in
Real Estate! My List is Like a Special





Menu but Not Lengthy with “White
Elephants” coupled with Fancy Prices.
Dial 3111 or 2713 — D, F. de Abreu
—A Trained Auctioneer, Real Estate

Broker & Valuer. Call at Olive Bough,
Hastings, or Carter Bros., Tudor St., Near
Mason Hall St. 30,4.50.—In.

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Mrs. M. Pratt, Mrs. E. M. Robinson,

DEPARTURES

Glenwood,

for St

arri

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193 tons,
. Johns, New

ving by

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SS. Planter, 3,616 tons, Captain Warner, Mr. L. Pinard, Lt. Cdr. O
Harden; from Maracaibo, Venezuela. Brocklebank.

In Touch With Barbados’ Coastal Station

S.S. Argentina, S.S

Cable and Wireless (West Indies) Ltd. South Mountain,

arivise that they ean now communicate
with the following ships through their

Parbados Coast Station:—

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£S. Thelidomus, 8.8. Owyhee,
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Master, 9.8. Fort Royal, S.S. Beacon
Street, S.S. Planter, S.S. Arakaka, s.s.

Hera,
SS. Nidardal,

S.S. Hastings, 5.S.

Ss.

S.S. Randibovig,

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Suzanne,
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Golfito,

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$.S
S.S, Rio

preter,
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Edvard §.8. Su

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Angeles.

undale,

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Ivy Selkridge, Daisy Creque, B. Demont-

A. Camble,

brun, Angela Jardine, Zelma Steele, For
Irvine Oxley, Verna Cotton, Norva

Cotton, George Easdon, Menna Tempro

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Hunte, FitzGerald Lashley, Violet Seth,
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s.s
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WHY?

because it is best.

NOTICE

This is to Notify my

Clients that

Marie’s Beauty Parlour

will be closed from
May Ist to 16th inclusive.

IVY RY
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AFTER THE RING

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NEW AND OTHER
MAKERS will enjoy buyi

Long Service, Style and Comfort

in these New or
MAHOGANY or Cedar,
Deal or Fir things-—

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SANDAL. IVORY, ETC.

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HOUSE SPOTS

BUILDING SITES

BUS

and

SERVICES AVAILABLE
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Michael.

4. WELCHES, now KINGSTON
GARDEN & KINGSTON TER-

RACE through

Cash or Easy Terms

From 10¢, per Sq. foot up

ELECTRIC, WATER

PICKWICK ROAD, KENSING-
TON, St, Michael,

2. FRIENDSHIP,
Turning, St. Michael.

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KENWORTH
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ABBEVILLE
Worthing. Furnished stone
11 bedrooms, 2 reception rooms, 2
bathrooms, 4 showers, kichen, gar-

vants’

THE GARDEN WORTHING,

Office,
i 3927.

Christ Church,

ERNEST . MOTTLEY,
Coleridge Street.

Bridgetown.





Agency

Hastin

ws Hotel Ltd

Telephone 2336

FOR SALE

| BANYAN BEACH
Cement block house
bedrooms,
dah,

shower
h frig.,
in

tricity, we

m,

den

room,

upancy.

PINE HOUSE

dr

buildings,

house,

wer bath,
SPF

Stone

li

nes.
rooms,
m,

cove,
water,

| LITTLE BATALLYS—st.
Old country house, built of coral
blocks, in perfect condition, 2 ver-
andahs, 3 reception rog
rooms, 2 bathrooms, kitchen, ser-
water mains and
well, electricity, standing in about

cre land.

and stables,

reception room,

verandahs,

quarters,

built
bath, kitchen

11,000
ater,

sq. ft
telephone.

BLACKMANS—St. Joseph, Stone
house with about
bedrooms,

room,

bath,
garages,

location

telephone.

Avenue,

awing

water,

good

RING HOUSE— St. |
and wood house, 4
ving foom, dining

in 1%

electricity.

Guest

{| ages, garden, water, electricity,
Renewed telephone standing in 45,000 sq. ft.
Bireh, land.

3

CANEFIELD HOUSE—St. Thom-
as. 3 verandahs, reception rooms,
5 bedrooms, kitchen, large garage
standing in about 3

5 acres land,
drawing
2 kitchens,
rooms,
beautiful
electricity,

ROSLYN—8th
ville. Wooden hout¢, drawing, din-
closed verandah,
toilet, water, electricity, immediate

Belle-

bath,

St. Michael. Stone
house, standing in 1% aeres land,
room, .dining
room, 4 bedrooms, bath, toilet, all
electricity,
Inspection by appoint-

- Pinfold Street,
condition,
ception room, 3 bedrooms, kitchen,
water, electricity.

2 bathrooms,
overlooking sea, own private bath-
standing acres
House,
house,

Peter,

Barbados Real Estate

Brighton.
1949
vera

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fitted

large garage, facing sea,

land,

6 |

dining
toilet,
orchard,
water,

re-

bed-



acres, water, electricity, telephone.

We also have acreage and build-
ing sites at Dover Christ Church,
Gibbes Bay, St. James, Rices, St.
Philip, and in the City.
30.4,50,—1n,



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SERVING

WILL NOT REGRET

TAYLOR'S SPECIAL BLENDED RUM

with

the Distinctive

Flavour

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All your Friends will enjoy it~See that you have enough

to serve.
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TUESDAY, 9TH MAY, at 11 am.

FURNITURE & HOUSEHOLD EFFR

At “RICES”, St. Philip

may

(en route to Foul Bay and Crane)

the

Antique Mahogany Cell
Mahogany dining table, ova
table, Mahogany china cabi
utensils, 2 Cream Separators.

We are instructed by Mrs. C. M, Winter to sell by ut
following valuable furniture and effects:— i

erette, Mahogany Tip-top

1 Walnut table, Mahogany
net, Deal tables (all sizes),
, Mahogany dinner

Presses, Painted Bedroom Furniture, Spring filled

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ing Scales, Document Cabi

Typewriter, Spruce Reclining Chair, Linoleum, k n

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net, Cushions, Tennis”

Mill, Mahogany and Ebony Oceasional Tables, bi

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Tavle, Marble topped

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Mahogany Dining Chairs, Mahogany Side Bi ;
| double ended Sofa, Upholstered Settee, Mahogany 8

wood Rockers, Cedar Wardrobes, Mahogany Bedroom 2

Vahogany, Manchineel and
| all kinds of miscellaneous
inet, Shaving Cabinet, Mae

Iron double, and single 26
sedroom Furniture, Meqiems
igazine Rack, Indian Ba

Folding Cots, Westminster Chiming Clock, Mie

Chairs

Rugs, and many other interesting Items.

Viewing morning of and day prior to sale
CASH ON FALL OF HAMMER



AUCTIONEERS :

DIXON & BLADO

"PHONE : 4640 ~







From...

UNCLE SAM &

PLANTATIONS



THE MAPLE

GRIFFITH'S presents the folle

Schwartz Mustard (in jars)
Cocoamalt

Klim in 1% and 5I) Tins
Cutrite Waxpaper
Swifts Frankfurt Sausages
Swift's Beacon Sausages
Suncrest Evaporated Milk
Kelloggs Corn Flakes
Universal Toilet Paper
(Canadian)

Windsor Toilet Paper
(Canadian)

HURRY TO...

Quaker Oats in Tit
Derby Playing Oa
Colon Tooth rom, ; ;
White Ace 7
Black -
Suede Ace
Woodbury Soap
Perfection
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, F

case, even if Preston does hot
Play against the West Indies,
By PETER DITTON Essex will svill have the bes:





‘ for many years. iven n
" open this season than fo h: a on v0 os I —— adequate replacements when the
‘her conditions there are a ha zen sides one could Tests are in progress. If they can
i. i bly expect to see engaged in the final battle for hon- do this then they should “have
im reasonad'S hire and Middlesex, if only by virtue of their suc- their most successful season for
ne Yorkshi . : . inal: antes : years. The capiaincy is in the
+. ee ask season, might again be regarded as joint favourites capable hands of Doug, Insole
| cess | rthants, Warwickshire, Essex and Glamorgan should «ud Tom Pearce and with the ex-
put No ray when the honours are handed out, ception of Price. who has return-
; pe far aw y ed to Lancashire, all of last sea-
1. i White, the Cricket could materially affect Middlesex son’s players will te available.
a i Be the News Chro- chances.

fe staked his re-

} nas, ar kshire will finish

Neon as clear-cuv winners.

, ees
re degree 1 am ineli

he same A950 will again see

oe t tke top of the table,

_ ot necessarily with a

yrgin, of points in hand.

Daly ‘Two Remain
regular pre-war play-

3. Yardley
‘ utvon and Yardley
oY But Yorkshire, for so

the dominant a,
3 “ icket, is rich in talen’
, n Bnglish Peecning has ecnene
“ e players as Low-

' pst suc iliday and Watson

‘ vhom are likely to get their
. runs this summer. Big-
; lem common tnt the
: i ether Aspinall vhei
"b Bil be fit, He had
ive spell in ay las
te injuring his Achilles
but was unable to play

Se the remainder of the

n for €

, injury has mended.

rkshire wall have a strong open-

HF w attick with Coxon and True-
ving valuable support.

a ; e well off for spin
sy yD. V. Brennan, vhe
ur is one of the finest

â„¢ eepers in the county,

Fe Middlesex
| Middlesex under the leadership
i w. V. ‘Cock Rob.as are
N ‘to give a chance ; ed Titmus, a 17 yr. old be’sman
Morton, who _ beside
goal-keeper for Watford
ball Club is also + ee
lum pace, are due “or
eiais. Compion, Edrich,
m and Robertson will again
er the brunt of the batting
@ Laurie Gray, Jim Sims, Robins
Jack Young will be the main-
of the attack. Compton ,is

VA es

ST aS Se terse

‘County Prospects

4 For 1950

guNDAY, APRIL 30, 1950
—

THE COUNTY CRICKET Championship appears to be



this summer. T'revor
Virtually assured of
if Kenneth Preston,
full season of county

Bailey

opening

Staggered Cricket World
Warwickshire

This could be a good year for
Warwickshire. Tom Dollery, their
professional capvain is a sound
tactician and he is fortunate to
have an attack spear-headed by
Tom Pritchard, ‘he New Zealander
who is undoubtedly the fastest in
the country. Erie Hollies, the
England spinner and A. H. Kar-
dar, vhe Indiam Test cricketer
will pave the way for many vic-
tories when the wicket is turning
and Charlie Grove, the other open-
ing bowler is again expected -o
finish high in the County averages.
Warwick are - still uncertain
whether they will be able to play
Don Taylor. the New Zealand
batsman who narrowly missed
heing selected by his country for
their tour of England last sum-
mer. Special registration has been
soughy from the M.C.C. and the
official verdict is still awaited.
Nevertheless the batting with Dol-
lJery, Thompson, Gardner, Town-
send. Ord and the West Indian,

the first time in their history

Eaglestone, the Middlesex

class cricket but in

batsman. Wilfred Wooller,

will again captain the side.

Derief Taylor should be strong
enough to carry them through
most games,

Already Strong Side

Northants, under the leadership
of F. R. Brown, the present Eng-
land captain. improved 100 per
cent last season. They have been
reinforced by the special regis-
tration of Jock Livingstone, the
Ausiralian wicket-keeper-batsman,
end his presence will materially
strengthen an already strong
side. Keep a special eye on
Clarke, Northants’ young left-arm
fast bowler, He showed fine form
lus’ season and a repeat perfor-
mance this year could easily earn
him a trip to Australia with the
next M.C.C. side,

is
his place and

in his firso
; cricket.
tves up to his reputation he will
#/SO gain an England cap. ‘in any

? attack in the country .
Their one difficulty will be to get

And finally Glamorgan. In 1945
they staggered the cricket world
by winning the Championship for

They fell to eighth place last sea-
son when they were handicapped
by an injury to W. BE. Jones their
left-*rm all rounder, His absence
for the last two months weakened
vhe batting and threw an addi-
tional strain on Muncer, the one
stock spinner. This year Jones is
reported to be fit and so Glamor-
gen should be at full svrength.
left-
hand batsman who joined them
on a special regisiration two sea-
sons ago has retired from first
his place
Glamorgan have signed on Stan
Montgomery, the Cardiff centie-
half who is a more vhan ——

a
furmer Welsh Rugby International

SUNDAY

STANDARD BRIDGE
By M. Harrisom-Gray

Pe eee

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North-South Game.

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An example of a bad and

unnecessary forcing take-out.

; Over North's One No Trump

: opening South bid Three
Spades, which North raised
to Four Spades. South’s point

| count was not high enough ‘to
suggest slam possibilities, and
with his balanced distribu-
tion he should have made the
obvious call of Three No
Trumps.

West started off with @ K
and continued with @ A
when East encouraged with
Â¥ 9. A third Heart followed,
which East wes careful to
ruff with @ 8 This was a
telling blow, for South had to
over-ruff with @ J, promot-

' ing a winning Nae: trick in
; the West hand. ere was
still a_Club trick to be lost
and South was one down,
whereas Three No Trumps
would have been a certainty.
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Old Beef

LONDON.

Roast-beef loving Englishmen
wistfully discovered that their
Saxon ancestors (pre-austerity)
were also great trenchermen.

Archaeologists digging on a
blitzed site at Kingsland in the
heart of Southampton are recon-
structing the life of Saxon times,
and bones from the kitchen refuse
of a Saxon town show that the
Giet of those times was mainly a
meat one.

Norman Cook, curator of
Southampton’s Tudor House
Museum, said:



“Beef, mutton, goat, and even
horse bones have been found but

only one fishbone. Nevertheless,
Saxons were fond of shellfish.
Masses of oysters and mussle

shells have been found.
“The meat bones still bear the

.
|

Essex, who before the war sup-
plied England with two fast
bowlers in Farnes and Nichols,
seem likely to do the trick agdin

kely to be called upon to bowi
pre this season than in recent
s and his absence on Test duty

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May Day

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members

to boycott tne ain
stoppage.
Moscow
In Moscow, 1,000,000 workers

will parade through Red Square
after the normal military parade.



Tventy British factofy workers
will watch the parade

The main theme of these
paraces and der’ onstrations
throughout Soviet Russia and
Eastern Europe where May Day
is a public holiday—will be the
“struggle for peace against the
warmongers”.

New York

New York and Chicago were
anticipating May Day with
“Ljoyalty Day” parades and pro-
cessions to-day. They ure de~
signed to counteract the effect of
May Day parades.

Berlin

A Soviet Workers’ Delegation.
headed by Ivan Goroshikin, High
Soviet Trades Union official, has

arrived to take part in May Day
cemonstration in East Berlin,

organised by the Communist—
sponsored “Free German Trade
Union”.

The Wetelns anti-Communist

trade union haye received a mes-
sage from American Trade Unions
hailing the “resolute stand
West Berliners against the forces
of totalitarianism”

A “free German” youth May
Day appeal said: “On May Day
the youth will give a solemn
promise to exert all their efforts
to get every young German to
sign the appeal for the outlawing
of the atomic weapon.”

According to messages received
in London, Chinese Communists
are planning mass rallies to cele-
brate the first May Day since the
Nationalists were driven from the
Chinese mainiand. The Peking
Trades Union Council will head
the demonstration in the Chinese
Communists’ capital

London

Mass demonstrations
by Communists and
trade unionists have

ol

planned
leftwing
been banned

by London’s Police Headquarters
with the consent of Home Secre-
tary’ Mr. Chuter Ede

The existing ban on_ political
procession jue on May 2, has
been extended for a further three
months This include May 7,
which as the first Sunday in the
month is being celebrated as May
Day here

Protests had been made about a

proposed march through London
on May 7 by Sir Oswald Moseley,



pre-war leader of the British
Fascist Party ind hi new
union” movement
Scandinavia

It Scandinavia « munist
ure also planning May Day
parade

In Austria VI 1, will mart
the removal of bar place five
years ago or offende
in profe ll be able
lo vote, and to serve on jurie¢ as
the law imposing abilities on
them runs out

Switzerland’s small but vocifei

ous Communist Party plans to
hold a mass demonstration § in
Geneva on May Day All Party
members have been instructed to
utter in open meeting in a
Gene yar} to be addressed by
Sv ( l n leaders

Polic although no
trouble was expected, extra force
ould be o nduty in the are
and police tations the district
would be reinforces

In It the Communist-dom
inated’ General Confederation of
Labour, planning to make thi
the biggest Labour Day in Italian
history, has earmarked 15 top
leaders to address ‘Red Banner”
mass meetings in all main citie
and towns

Two million workers grouped
in an anti-Communist front \y
celebrate the unification of the
Independent Ldbour confedera
tion (1,300,000 members) and th
right-wing Socialist Federation of
Italian workers (400,000) due to
come into effect to-morrow

The unification marks the end
of the first determined attempt
to build a “Third Force” Trade
Union Federation in Italy with
no specific political attachments.

“The Union of Italian Labour,
headed by professional Trade
Unionists which is making an in
dependent bid to form a “Third
Force” Labour Confederation
wilt also celebrate —Reuter.

WILL BRITAIN OUTLAW
COMMUNIST PARTY?

LONDON, April

British Prime Minister Clement

Attlee will be asked in the House

of Commons next week if he will

follow Australia’s move to outlaw
the Communist Party.

29

The questioner will be Sit
Waldron Smithers, Conservative
member famed for his strong
anti-Communist views

—Reuter.

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AMERICAN troops carry out anti-riot exercises in Berlin ready for

Communist threat.

American troops in Berlin are carrying out a

series of anti-riot exercises in readiness for May Ist and May 28th,
in case the Communist threat to disrupt the life of the Western sector
materialises. In this picture American troops form a spear-head, fol-
lowed by tanks—push back the “rioters” (in foreground) during the

exercises in Berlin.—(Express) .



Local Scouters

@ Krom Page 9
a country or island, that Scouter
would have succeeded in living
an immortal life.

Mr. Tanner concluded his ad-
cress by leaving with the Scouters
these two thoughts—

Remember the _ influence

Scouters exert on Scouts; and

Scouts and Scouters are self-
reliant and not “leaners.”

Mr. L. T. Gay, D.C. of the North
Eastern District, moved a vote of
thanks after which Mr. Tanner,
accompanied by His Excellency
the Governor and his A.D.C., left
and the meeting came to a close

S. W. News

On Wednesday night 26th
April at 8.00 o’clock the Scouts of
Gill Memorial (95th B’dos) Group
played their part in the celebration
of the St. George’s Week pro-
gramme when they gave a fing
presentation of the Composition
of the Union Flag, the History of

which was given by Scout Hare-
wood, and brief references to St.
George, England’s Patron Saint.
rhe “Laws” were then rendered
with meanings and explanations

by ten Scouts who marched smart-
ly across the rostrum one by oné,
each repeating the law assigned to
him and marching off in turn. A
fine demonstration of knotting was
given by P. L. Walkes whose witty
comments kept his audience highly

amused throughout. The investi-
ture of six recruits then took
place after which the points ot
the uniform were indicated and
explained by Scout Durant. An

interesting and well condensed talk

on “Wolf Cubs” was then given
by Mr. D’arcy Green, C.M. of
sethel

There was a good attendance
among those present being S.Ms
Pat Deane, Dennis Grannum,
G.S.M. Moore and a Rover Scout
from Welk wes.

Mr. C. A. Brathwaite, D.S.M
of South Western made the con-

cluding remarks.

News has been received of
Humphrey Walcott, C.M. of
Matthias (23rd B’dos) Pack,
present in England, and who
expecting to take a Wood Badge
Course in Cubbing whilst he
there. He attended the National
Youth Service held at Windsor
Castle last Sunday.

Mi
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at

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Tribute To Sir
Harry Lauder

In the coming week the BBC
will pay a tribute in words and
music to the memory of Sir
Harry Lauder who died on Febru-
ary 26th. 1950. The programme
‘The End of the Road,’ takes, its
title from one of Lauder’s best-
loved songs Born in poverty
and starting work as a miner,
Sir Harry Lauder became a house-
hold name all over the world,
Both Chaliapin and Paul Robeson
described him as having the most
beautiful male

singing voice in
the world. Broadcast will be at
6.00 p.m. on Wednesday next

Regivtered U5 Petar Oitiee

INTHE |
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N.E. News

Most of the troops in this Dis-
trict celebrated St. George’s Day
by attending Morning Service, in
Uniform, at their respective places
of worship. At the Holy Inno-
cent’s Church, St. Thomas, a
number of Scouts were detailed
to act as “sidesmen” at the 11
o'clock service

The 26th B’dos ( Welches)
troop campei at St. George’s
Toys’ School on the eve of St.

George’s Day and took part in the
St. George’s Day Scout Parade at
that church.

A Scouts’ Own will take place
today,
when it is

at Welches Mixed School
April 30th at 4 p.m.,

expected that the following

Troops will be represented: (7!st.
B'dos} St. Thome (66th. B'dos’
Holy Innocents’, and (26th. B’dos)
Welches.

A few Scouters from other
cistricts are also expected to be

present

°
rome y
Rovering
On Saturday night 22nd April
another aspect of the monthly
inter-camping campaign of the
Rovers under the leadership of
Mr. S. Barnwell, A.D.C., for Cc
Rovers in the S.W. District came OLD DANISH
off at St. George’s Boys’ School
where Rovers from various
parishes camped, and attended ET Sl IPPER
service on Sunday to mark St
George’s Day celebration
There were thirty three Rov-
ers present and after tea on the SERVED
Saturday night the committee
made further plans for the year’s
programme, and went into cetails AY NIGHT
of the proposed Overseas Camp EVERY SUND
in St. Vincent this year
It was proposed to hald a re-
freshet course in Scouting and From 7 to 10 o’clock
Rovering every Saturday night at
the Den, “Wakefield,” which will

be opened to all Scouts and Rov-

ers, and will

o'clock

comme at

ice

Congrats !

Congratulations to Miss Eleanor

King, A.C.M. of St Matthias
Pack on her success in passing
the Cub Wood Badge Part 1,



The Weather

TODAY

Sun rises: 5.43 a.m
Sun sets: 6.11 p.m
Moon (full) May 2.
Lighting. 6.30 p.m
High Water: 2.02 a.m., 2.30
p.m,
4
YESTERDAY
Rainfall (Codrington) nil.
Total for month to yesterday
99 ins,
Temperature (Min.) 73.0°F.
Wind direction (9 a.m.) E.
(11 a.m.) E. by N,
Wind velocity 14 miles per
hour,
Barometer (9 a.m.) 29,958;
(Al a.m.) 29.939.



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OUR FIRST’
JET LINER

By C VR. Thompson

NEW YORK.
For the first time, a jet airliner
has landed on American soil.
t was not a Comet. It was an
experimental Avro plane built in

Canada. -

And the American Press,
‘ted over Britain’s thieay to
lie U.S. aircraft industry, called

it “America’s first jet vransnort.

With one passenger, instead oi
the 46 it was built vo carry, the
plane flew from Toronto to New
York in 1 hour, 4 sees. usual
iiying time, 1 hour 40 minutes)
Jt averaged 400 miles an hout
The passenger, Kenn.

ficGregor, a Canadian Airlines
official, enjoyed the trip. “Very
smooth”, he said. “No vibration
end no noise.

“But I haven’t ordered any. It
will be from two to five years
before they are ready to go into
service,

New Yorkers put on a big show
tc welcome the plane. For some
odd reason, pretty girls dressed in
whe native costumes of a dozer
foreign countries met it.

Representing the
was Alice MacCannon, who
errived in a_ kilt. “I chose it
because I didn’v know any native
— for an English girl’, sha
caid.

British Isles



Enough Britain-haters cannot
be found in New York to please
Matthew Troy, the judge who
mranges for British visitors to be
picketed. He said to-day he had
iv cut down the number of pickets
for Sir Basil Brooke, Northern
Jreland’s Prime Minister, so that
the British Motor Show could b2
pickeved.

The man President Truman
wants to make ambassador to
Britain is trying to resign from
his Governmenv job. James Bruce,
aged 57, a successful business man
started public life as ambassador
to the Argentine. He was criticised
for being voo friendly with the
Argentine dictator. Then Truman
ruade him director of the Atlanuic
Pact arms programme. ‘

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'‘o get back to his 12 businesses.
Truman is expected to let him,
If Ambassador Douglas resi,
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Raison will be in attendance
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Friends, Romans, Country
Men...

Mr. Harold Scantlebury begs

to remind you of his

DANCE

which takes place at
QUEEN’S PARK HOUSE
on WEDNESDAY NIGHT,
38rd May, 1950.
Music by Mr. P. Green’s Ork
ADMISSION 2/-
Refreshment & Bar







GIRLS’ FRIENDLY
SOCIETY
ANNUAL FETE

Under the Distinguished
Patronage of His Ex. the
Governor and Mrs. Savage.

will be held at
THE HOSTEL, Country Rd.

on SATURDAY, May 13

from 3.30 to 6.30 p.m.

There will be the follow-
ing Stalls: Flowers and
Variety, Needlework, Sweets,
Household, Books, Cakes and
Tees,

For the Children
will be Peny Rides
Lucky Dips.

By kind permission of Col.

there
and



























Michelin, the Police Band
conducted by Capt. Raison
will play.

{ ADMISSION — 6D.

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LOYAL BROTHERS OF
THE STARS

present

| 1950 CARNIVAL
& PAIR

under the Distinguished
Patronage of Hon. V. C.
Gale, M.L.C., Messrs.
F. C. Goddard, M.C.P.,
and E. D. Mottley,



M.C.P.

at
QUEEN’S PARK
8th June

Gates open at 12 noon
Costume Competition, Fire-
works Display, Dancing Free,
Special Display by Barbados
Youth Movement and
Pioneer Group.

ALL STAR Singing
Competitoin
ADMISSION _ i/-
Persons who are desirous of
obtaining Stalls and Booths

Contact Mr. Charles Morris,
Sobers Lane.



in Green, Navy, Brown,
Royal, Ete,

79¢, per yard
PANAMA HATS
Various Prices

VESTS

in all Sizes for Girls
and Boys

CAPS

for School 36e. up
SOCKS

for Girls and Boys
KHAKI DRILLS

59e.
SHOES *

in many sizes, qualities
and prices

LET - - -

THANI'S

Supply your Children’s
Needs

‘Pr. Wm, Henry Street
and 6, 42 & 53 Swan Streets
DIAL 3466















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SUNDAY, APRIL 4





has many uses. But it is
most famous for iis use in
making the worl.’s best

Stockings iat

We have them
Trinity brand in
and brown shadow.

in the
Serenade

$1.62

Cave SHEPHERD & (0, Ip



PS

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Pkgs. TABLE RAISINS in 19’s and l’s
,, CATELLI EGG NOODLES
Bots. TOMATO KETCHUP
PEANUT BUTTER
SOUTHWELL’S MINCE MEAT i
» PINE APPLE oe l’s
ins E APPLE Jam 2’s ,
= CHOCOMEL Tins SALTED NUTS
HEINZ SOUPS—Celery, Mulligatany, Kidney, Ve

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Tomato, Mock Turtle on
, APPLE SAUCE in 1’s and 2’s a

SMEDLEY’S RED PLUMS, STRAWBERRY,
PLUMS
COCKTAIL SAUSAGES
HAM — Sliced to order. CANADIAN EGGS

ALLEYNE ARTHUR & CO,

Wk CAN SUPPLY
FROM STOCK --

CRITTAL GALVANIZED
STEEL WINDOWS

and

FRENCH DOORS

@ Outward opening CASEMENT WINDOW
5 feet or 6 feet high with Ventilators, all nee
tings and Locks,

@ Outward opening FRENCH DOORS ‘
7 feet 9 inches high with Ventilators, all
Fittings and Locks.

YOUR ENQUIRIES ARE INVITED.

*“PHONE : 4267.

WILKINSON & HAYNES (0,

Finest Quality Bri

WOOLLENS :—
DOESKINS :—
WORSTEDS :—
TWEEDS :—
SERGES :—
LINENS: -
DRILLS :—
WHICH CAN BE MADE INTO
SUITS FOR LADIES AND GE

Can Be Seen At

BOLTON LANE



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r\r.F TEN srvnw \nvor\Tr VI'IJII Home Of The Thoroughbred %  ured ol pro%  •broadly %  peekfnf, ii one. Nor neeTi we br %  l>c-aiing it. so i i tlisalion norees. rightly %  %  metal : .ill her hrc*ds the (hat il I" eaj the ipi 'iirand thJi oi nip, mi< for the %  eroat it | vhen wr I i Kinnri % %  ^ina the hoiri f the thoroughbred, we „ hui the Mtart id .mieed breed and .. the thoroughbred, hi I %  s -oteri %  kil* ol Mil hrceoer-. Mid theii knowladge ((-cumulated i i unnli(a I •uuhbrcd and to %  eprodueine; hi. tud frm. imaller. |and in many wv leal ewf*man) tud farmi ni atd •trwa thetr %  %  % % %  day .is the* | did w ' '.hieet. MtXirmhott first laid the found %  "ftiMif •' the Royal rtudt at El'MIIIMM % %  Court, ne*' linnft Staf.ihneatHiry How It DinVi*. tud farm 1, • .v. i red" nuiided b\ %  %  fli* ] %  HuulMI clock in the are must J • 1 • %  i %  (Il Site %  %  %  %  M n | clay; %  i with %  m ell. Or.•!•.•<, Keep \ oar Race Ticket And are %  to the heart Of %  tor ihe unlmtiaU %  not neceaaarily moncv not in a laige nun i To begin certain that thorough! n ing can l>e made to pa %  of people have Found i the fact that n large i umrer i majority admlttctlt) expecting to make murh moncj %  pi. < %  HIM A NobleRrr-eeli-r father <>( 'he preai I llhelv -ucceedeil m making I i of ahout :MW rt-< 1 %  %  -.pic. th* %  ; Si33.000 %  %  %  %  I stallion.. iterhaps not more than ha highest Krndr. plug ibOUt MM %  '•nnd—and stallions an tud terms %  ipt inot %  %  :n.ludea hundred SYMBOL!) <>i the Influence which th< Bi %  %  i • %  . %  I %  ; %  bark on botl Mr kVBI i %  i %  % %  .,. Hi %  %  | %  %  tod ire public %  %  .i 9 iffolk; sn I %  %  I %  %  %  i %  % %  M | I \|HH I.IIMIICS inaj b. in' %  ol "hum %  re .iinK.M i itat rlth %  fan i l %  %  nd Ihey %  i %  %  own itud i until the following rear; the %  n month' Shortly i" ft ... : %  %  %  I 1 %  Pi I., \ >%  I i %  i i %  NDOK. %  EpJMl race track recently cooaaded immedla:o aatnwnl Blao learned that %  Itetl until M leant ten minute* ,if(er eaeh re*pe-ctiv like this I t5 p in. rare the name Prince wa* announced i £ ihird. A few minutes later the judge altered hii decision wtoan he found that May fair Frince wn< not even a runner. The third place wan Riven to the (live rite. Khatyla. but by then hundreds of show tick*** on that horse had been torn to shreds The finish of the 3 15 race seemed very exciting to the punt• rs who put 1nkaautfl," while the maon the n • 'netr nag •i.uiiiin the field. DoubUni L the photograi 1 i%hed third and DurvuifTnag-' ninth But it was o bate he verdict %  five niirint|| %  Hancock, caused a minor %  OBttUon last aeon actly Inter* %  %  which had lo stand bOl mmutei hi %  i %  %  i to I \ s Lighting Plant O/M-ns Soon f. aaOM %  • % % %  %  r '"i"i' The Alwyn :jghtinn •nada. manuf.i nuorescent and mcanrtci ing equipment ure flnatt^ .,.. n ,. .. n • if prod Jamaica %  firm has had to discontinue | of poVMTfJ .'. BUI K %  M %  .V.iolley in lencj appointed the Milage chilli man Thoma-s II Benn :i Justice of Peace -it r Anbre\ BcevMe; %  •ng nonce lishci theticallv punduated accounts of haemorrhage H tired from London to the seaside tope of recovery, and from then until his death -n March of the next year he was to move from place to place on his doctor ders. m i onvaratan to Roman Catholicism took piaci From Bournemouth he went. h> way of London. :<> Pai Paris to St. Oermalnen-Ljye. and thence to Menton be his final restinn-place But he was still working and in accordance with his previous habit. I new style was emerging; the uncompleted series of designs for > Ben Johnsons Val*ne are an in %  Ifcation of what he mieht have to do in nis next phase if nis phySkml and mental cnergv had not begun to desert him show n new naturalism and %  interest m the archlfc %  %  It is impossible to pgag luflflment on Beardsley without iudging the whole of the literary epoch of which he was the perfect illustrator. Exhibitionism a lOUOt his central neurosis Hut exhibitionism is no) D* failing for an artist—if II few would escape censure etMbitli nun i % %  ii uit. as it undoubtedly dM In Tin Nineties", that il am blv produces a blunting of %  'I have one aim—the If 1 am not grotesque I ing." The* 1 weni %  .. worrfa In Deeam m of IBM I .ippK noi ..now it. but to his whole I and by no means uncompll' %  IN' JH.MIIU ,111.., B guineas. ir5 250>. how .,. u ,1use. the the that his purchs %  iiits itr.i he will be! .. ., I 1 achieved %  tab rhej %  i them. The Income T .Hilhori1 %  So beautifully easy. . so easily beautiful htCti't-* i:cndT,nw M". % %  • i>Ue. Let % %  ihe too oi gtowioa,gkxiomlBp toliy manageable Hryitoam mkei too. RcincmK-r ilve jpeedf, : uir — dry or greasy, Juk or CM beautiful rour hair an ad die latgt economy MB, there's more foam in JRIGINAL CREAM SHAMPOO IN A TUN HERE IT IS i HI. \ § if DUNLOP FORT he one lyre thai has very thing W l^•lrJdedirIercf^btr-e•lcokUlg % %  your best uid being beautiful. Ai Hooderful u that, tb • iiflemicr line perfume makea. Goya'< lowl'-^ perftimeii create thu mlmcktor vou 'heir bail I traaranca lend mchanUncnt ID rverv.1.. s-' . *uirt thrm vwu frel—and are— allnnng. fhal you may discover rat I'lamour of esfbmej el ir umr Gova prrvriM Inr.\gnuicca in daw handb* pbWl at ualy I* and in a Gift siM. £Z 8.1. Apply youi pcrfunie oa vour *km—nlwavt inr Q enough Un yoHto •*# M<* • BfkniH and m % %  : wire, flex and cables ITT. :>.?; \ou tn pul \.n, tfoM in I i OUM, \>. ii. intl flc\. \nd you will find ilicm ci^v IOUSC, with iivpc t.' .iitcvpiv job. Trr them—iul m for youneU. w iili 11 .->, i i [>uolop las MbiMI .' puiMjiiiit for Ihc molorul a lyre l ul in> .Jo. ccri iculuawhi.h iMctrch hu dis/ovcrex' and riflonui iciui,: fntti (* %  pve loig In. II,. new Fort n j lyro v.1. fan buili c. ly by Dunlop. becnue U i. ih, of 61 yesu, o' leader KUati* CO ITO., IIRMINGHAM. ENGLAND THE CITY GARAGE TRAOING 10. I TO. BRIDGETOWN. BARBADO? HK or LID or CNCbwc ECKSTEIN 8R0.' B*y St •"- It s QUALITY that counts so see that you get it SANKEY BRAND FIRE Mill KS Are AI %. %  >., CENTRAL FOUNDRY Pier Head LamIII). PHONE 4302 NUTRICIA %  •OtVIHI.il> WIIOIK UII.K I In. ini i,h ^liiii I,,,,,, ,„„. „( n„llaml' Kifh.-M II.UKIIS Oil BI II C\N WITH nil 1VIII1I I o\\ 111 ' Ml III! •• I. ,11. III. l. i OOOtl -l l Ptl o\ II \sn Th. TELEH D 1ST Hydirtulic Sipping GemrJ Preciiion built, and di|nd to minil^>• •train on chauii, Telehoitt Hydraulic Tlfping Gear can bo (Ittod to almott an tfpe"' short or long whaolbas* vahiclo. Sue"*/ lipping is controlled from the driver"! a* and the body can be railed or lowered eel held at any intermediate position. All Teleholit equipment It guaranteed IK twelve month*. n leiiii.ii n i tt^wi • •< %  •• PIIM la • IS — r* "->...,„#, •t mtm jv • %  •H.aOa. r .aM r Ti "•n ...tafcjiii. W fl M •" % %  %  .iK i, hl -,„,,, ,, M „ K |,„ m '"'WI'IMi EST*TES tffl limilVlil*. )l Slriwl.



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I'M.I -l\lll N -.1 Sim ADVOCATE SUNDAY, imn '* May Dav %  t op p ing. Moscow In Moscow. 1,000,000 • will |i. %  %  Tv int. %  Th> main |jaradc5 ami <:• I>-|\ i* a publicholiday—will be the "xtmrr M the wanrionj New York \i m YCA % %  %  %  :.. %  : of Berlin A S %  %  %  %  %  i Tl Trade iu %  of totalitarian! A "free German" %  uth will 0.v tori AMERICAN troops carry out antl-i young German to Communist threat America Btrl '*" iln outlaw for May 1st 'OUR FIRST JUT LINER By C.V.R. Thompson N^W YORK the llr* time, a Jet %  J.a* landed on American soil. It araa DO) '.vas an AtTO plane built in Canada. hi ccicao Press. Britain's ihiea. to Industry, called K "America*! first jet ,rannort. %  the 46 it was built n carry, Uu plane (lew from Toronto I .,...1, i Uytnjt time, i hour 40 m i"0 miles an html Th< i Kcnn: i Canadian Airline %  I, enjoyed Uu smooth**, he said. "No vlbi n.d no noise. Telescope Lead LONDON, telescope, which mav give Britain a lead in astronomical research, has ji.st successfully passed prelimi.-ary tests at the 9t, Andrew's University Astronomy dopartssaoi ol Observatory in Dundee. Scotland. Built during the U vcars the new telescope \t I ptlm model. Work will 00 i larger taatrtHoent to ir the Observatory at St. Andrew's The construction of the piio model was directed by a former colleague of Pror Albcrl Dr F Finluy-Freundluh. Napier ,., mrai in %  atronomy at St. An%  lin.inary calcUatlon! er carried out under the i i>r F. n Unroot. Mtrooonier at Cambridge L'nlvemitv. Actual builder of the telescope was R. Waland.^n enthusiastic amateur astronomer and I (ornwr 1 id ady. It irom .wo to live years aircraft factory worker. He rendv to go into discovered by Dr Fiti'.' „ |kk in Dumnres. Scotland. New Yorkers put on a big show Tnc pilot model D t< welcome the plane For nomo Dho tographi( of star* at l di-t.nul BOOTi, pretty girls .tressed in £ f bout i 0 n light years dOBBfl .*.< %  tialive costumes of f'Tcifin countries met it. With a single exposure the telescope ran obtain information *hlch has previously dOtl %  l %  .'IID: tin Britten Isle* nore than 500 expoN k lOB MatCannor.. who nnssiblv of several h. d rrrived in a kilt. "I chose it "^ l dldnY know .*>ny native Dr finlav-Freundlich and his itume for an English girl", shd tMm of PX 'perts will now tjegii the construction nf tie larger 38AT YOUR SERVICE i i \sisi. DTI IM*j •aassiNo RAYMOND Join Ul. > %  stir*, opp ComWnnw* MOONUtiHT MRCI ••B rt-r— "• A -fie si D %  "" i: "* rt i-i V i*i'r sr as wroa i JOHN IBM <-m>u alto plant ID In A I %  loom Hi! Bwfl hold tlon in %  %  irrying out a %  Communlat throat to i lift of the Western lector materialises In thii pid form a fpaar-hoad, f I-II.IH.-Min tntm j'li "tl i.-iim-i ii ,I.I ii'-ini ii)ii ,i > nvi -m .111, mi, •_-! if u %  _i %  L I put tank Hi."riotm" (ft tongiound) durlni iht '.' .„, l sd '' 1 '?" *. f i". Local ScOUters N.E. News rthar Iiebnd's Prime Minister, so tha*tho British Motor Show c-ould 03 %  man Presidenit Tiuman make amb' Usrf ' S,ui;^;r^"^ on immortal life by attaod Govemmenv ,ob. James Bruce. oner concluded his adOnilorriLal theii i *ea i.ged 57. a successful business man I'reas bv k-uvintf wiUi ihoexmiim of worsh 'PA !nc Holy InnoJ..artcd public life as ambassador Th^f^th^fhV. COnt^ Church, St. Thomas, a to the Argentine He was criticised ' ^. .. number ol B •'"> %  Iriendiy with DM ttOOr the m-luence |( |hp ,, Argentine dictator. Then Trum.-r %  him director of the Atlanta ton exert on Scouts; and Jvilrf. Scouts and Bcouteri are .seifTha MUl B*d0i (Welches) Mr. I.. T. Gay, D.C. of the North troop caoiped >l St George*! Eastern D • ove of St. thanks, after which Ml Tanner G" took part In the His Bscellenc) Si Parade at A i) C leit th.it church, came to a close. „ A Scouts own will lake place S. W. Newi at v, School today April 30th at 4 p m wlu-u it is On Wednesday nigi i npectod thai Ihe following April at a.oo uVi. .it Troops wll GUI Memorial (95th B'da i On ip B'do SI Thorn Biith Bdoa air part in the celebration Holy Inna eita*. Pact arms programme Bruce has told Truman he want:, i get back to his 12 bu3iness.-s. Truman is expected to let him t H Ambassador Doug stil! In line for <*U3 London job. r the a %  ni' when tin Of the Union Flan, the HI .'I,'. %  ti Saint. i he i-" A few %  preeeni % %  Revering S.di.i mi April monthly it whO (DaVCha i :n.nt Inti i i %  .. of ths in ona by on u iUn| the law i B. Bat U, A En him and marching oil In turn A Rovon in the S.n %  % %  u "" %  '' v Friends, Romans. CouriJry Men . Mr. Harold Scantlebury begs od vi HI n( tali DANCE which takes plnce at g.'KKNS PARK MOUSE on WEDNESDAY NICTHT. 3rd May, 1950. Muc by Mr. p. Gfvm'l Ork ADMISSION — 21lUfrashtMM & Bar (.IRIS" FRIENDLY SOCIETY ANNUAL FETE Under the DlSh.iHUis/ied Palroriaue ol Htl Bx. the Governor and Mrs. savage. will be held at THF HOSTEL. Countrv H<\ on SATURDAY. May 13 from 3 30 to 6 30 p m will be the following Stalls: Flowers and Variety, Needlework, s d. Books, C, [l.-.V For the Children will be P i.v Rides and Lucky Dip*. By kind iwrmlssion of Col. Mlchelln, the Police Band conducted by Capt Raison will play. ADMISSION — 8D. Nylon has many use-. But it Is ;nost famous I making the wi Stockings %  %  i id I ess 'Red li leapt ineudti %  took . which tin explained b> SCOUl Dui.oil An %  ; .... M 0l among lh< Pat ii. in.-. Donnii Grannum. csM Moon and i Row Wi I. .„ %  ,. Mr C A Brathwalle, D.S.M I pad of South V ,.iks. whet.' I; %  nark St %  Thert % %  % %  %  %  %  old i ps> %  %  Ihe Den Wakefleki which will %  ere, and will %  ol Mr %  23rd li'dos) Pack, at i Whllll lie || | Of II'. ... [•: buiW %  Bundai %  [tab with % %  —— ibour. i .vill Bl -Reuter. U'M Of ST I %  Tribate To Sir If am Laudei WILL BRITAIN OUTLAW COMMUNIST PARTY? %  %  i Bl] Harrj Lai k in the coming wee* Ihe BBC Will p.i> ^ tribute in words and the ogramme ol the Road title from %  bouotTht %  ... n i world nd 1 Mil Robeson I the most ;trong beautiful roke n ill be at Mat w/ f;i\ sim.) FMOM STOCK(BIHAL GALVANIZED STEEL WINDOWS They'll Do It Every Timt^ THERE WAS KO SCHOOLHOUSE IN THE Dit46LE PEUL DEVELOPMENT SO THE TREW8LBCWNS DECKED TO SELL We have them In the Trinity brand in Serenade and brown shadow. CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., la 10. II. 12 & I? BROAD STREET HERE-SI FINE LIST I'kKs. TABLB RAISINS m Vs ami I'a CATELU tOG NOODLES l^,!.-.. TOMATO KETCIIL'I' PIANUT IlL'TTER „ SOUTHWELL'S MINCE MEAT „ PINE APPLE JAMS Is T ',?*?gol5£ P EL EJan %  Tins SALTED NTO „ HEINZ SOUPS—Celery, MulligaUny, Kidney, Vi Tomalo, Mock Turtle ,. APPLE SAUCE in Is ami !' %  „ SMEDLEY'S RED PLUMS, STRAWBERRY PLUMS „ COCKTAIL SAUSACES HAM SUced to order CANADIAN EGGS k._ ALLEYNE ARTHUR & CO, MB C RI TTAjj WINDOW mm DOORS • Oulnard openim CASEMEN1 "IN 'OWS I mull with Ventilators, all Mm ind Locks. • ilulu.ird nvrnlni FRENCH DOORS '• root inches huh with Ventilator* • mm Ptttlngl anil Locks. nirit I.MJI iitiEs ARE INVITED. PHONE : 4261. WILKINSON & HAYNES CO, Finest Quality Bri\ WOOLLENS :DOESKINS :WORSTEDS :TWEEDS :SERGES :LINENS. • DRILLS :WHICH CAN BE MADE INTO TA** SUITS FOR LADIES AND GENTlS* Can Be Seen At C. B. RICE & O OF BCLTON LANI



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f>AV. APRIL SUNDAY ADVOCATE 1% CLASSIFIED ADS. THANKS %  Flrtt RENT APARTMENT —One furnished apartment ar Coral Sanda. Worthlng-on-Sea SU.fr and lln.rn tot further particularDl SIM Aim. Lashier n 4 •-* % %  IN MPMOftlAM %  -.1 IMS il arl fla> we loved was r.'. %  DCk was %  I • dear nntner with lli. Pull* furnished. Vrry charnxna -,.-,. situated S sadrooesed bungalow in mtuded position with own bathing rove Available immediatel-. Blion 4 Blador pi on MM L4M ll.AT I'p-iAir. flat with 3 bedroom running water in e ach For furthr. particular* Dial MM. M < fa VAJIAWAV PhiUp Cosset I furnished, 3 badrooma. 3 eeivants ra oarpat*. Banting plant, watar "M", laarh rrotn May 1st 4416 A.UTOMOTJVL %  IMS Mod*l Phot B) 4 | t.(.| 1 rr In fond order uick Sale Phone J 4 SB—In NEW HAVEN". Crane i : had. 3 brelroorn*. %  • _._ nble gar.-ijr. lighting pti.nl. ill Superb bathlnf besch Dial ee ovember, December. It 1 ftO t f t rui;\ fur ntr rooms > i VI A'. Ihe Bay M.> AI! modern from lat Ma> Phone 41M 19 4 M |.i %  i irnlstied house tn n (MM I mllsa from I SO—In — %  i %  -| .. kept Morris 8 II P AS : A C. I'u-irli Mount Standfast. SI. Jarnee 21 4 %  /• Jn MM E 4 W-I.i I living ...on... usual %  Ii** to Janiiiry I .il paftJcuM Advocate Co 3S 4 IW HOI -IF "Russ-iri-lTrbe. Crumpton From June lit IMO Angela. n*l door or Dial Bridal 55* uiiiMB BLESS I'llllll SAI.I.S By mclruetlopi recelvad I will olT.i Maim MONDAY 1st May on the -.remise* l BOCK HAM VILLAGE. ^ 10 perches of land with a wall bidding; at preaani uaad aa a dub rom, -ahich ran aaally be eenvortsd o a nice residence TERMS lASfl li ARCHER McKENZIE ntgl M4T Auctlonaar M 4 so—In By ingtnvtlana from the Cc-mrniion"4 Police I will aril on MONDAY %  brown leather rurr.ith l!ver chain and ka> attachedonII Met els frame, on* 111 fruit CJfce md many other Kerns of lntarrit 'eema caah. D'ARCY A SCOTT. Oov Aoctlon*-UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER Dams*. '! 1MI -M 31 Sugar Store ap%  > inrtructloau reeened UuMiranre Aden I i will aril en Friday M | Me-.. ?aadB Jane* .-* % %  > I*.war Broad Street Bt I .M P m 10 h p Momt Ci odent Alan at I h p Dodge Truck at Ruga l.-iite Highway* A Tranpnrt l)epl Fnirrhlld Street Damaged in accidenl Term Cash By Infructlon" received I on Tl.uri.1av May 4th In the -pot >^^ Rank Hall X Road Chattel Ho4 Oap. 91 Michael. Barbado* ar ( i not hold myaelf reaponakble Mr nor %  anyone olae contractlnr any debt dobte In ny nuM unlau by a wrttMn w ngnod bw B*0. UOMLA. STTHAKBP. C'o C S !-. Curacao. N M 4 W PROFESSIONAL NOTICE OH FERIILIRA of Chirovtllo" Upper iv SI %  near Eaptanadei by Chiropractic Mhod mrrecui diaeaae* of eej. oara, e. throat. lun. %  wmach. kidney* and war organ* DkU SMIWANTED iJRUGOIST—An Apoly by letter Knighn LUt SHIPPING NOTICE Canadian National Stea HI PORT: oh Alesuwidrtna Tern HI, h. Froncea W m Aduiina. Srh Iverden*. Sch. (iordon, Srh BmeM*. Brh Louie* *h Mary rol Xjdy Noatoon. Men Molly N Jon7h H-nry D Walldcc Sch UnRc Gloria llenrtette. • 9 %  **" *J" Jnhllla Beh freodo H rt. sch Z. WoniU. Scl> EgdM-n M. Sen Mtrma I C, Sch tmaralda. Sch E M. Tannl. AMIV4U a. •. Ooillto. 4.* ion-. C*pt-iin S.p> nrth; fro-n So^thnropton 9 9 PMnMr. 38H tone. CapUi. lijrden; irom Maroralbo. Veneruela. In lrli%le liny ntr\RTt krM V aienwood. 1*3 torn. CapUtStrlcklaftd. for St. John*. New Brunir. Scr the S S Paaaenaora MrMMjl G F/ont9^THAMPT 0 N MlT Arch,* MI* H Aah-ahov. Mlaa L Mr J R Bull. Ml M M Nichol.. Mm M HMhoM M"V*. Nk-hoU. Mr A. Pomoro>'. Mr V PrMMr* M Prntt. Mre. E M ROWIWB* I M ScNneld. Sir Ge— %  K a SUddin. Mlaa B St idMM. M..-f" J %  Brocklebonk. % % %  CAM (RUIMER LAW NEL90N I-U1Y 1' i^ADY jm*ON IADY RODMXY NORTHROI HB i ,\r>\ sasos I>DY RODNEY IADY IADY NaJKAV 1>ADY RODNEY %  alls •doairral %  tt API :: % %  Mag IMfc M.V Jlat Mar 3tth J'niHod ,!.:v BM A) Arrive* Satai B'dal B'daa ail. Mary Mh May ih June 10th Juno Kin Juno artii Jui.o TTth July Mth July iKth A via! aoth Aufj. 19th Sop *rrteo. do. • il*15th May ITU) May 21 %  Md auk) ladT: MIlS 3rd June 5th Jan u, h ,*?• *s S S ^ '* fe sidtli July *Rn juy j^ -* 2*ti. AAig. MihAu.. s; _*• %  .rrlre* Betea ITU) M.,v IMh Juno nth July nta Av. Mth Aug. %  %  itp si : i" '-> 3: experienced DruggUt to Genetal Manager. 4 3n Vo we Will "ell by order MiJohn Draryton the llouto >p 1J (iood %  EbU SMI %  IN I 1 in, and %  Mo* %  4 %  USM> CAIIB *. TIUH K-i At 'argajr •rTrm. manv makes etc Phone 34U r, 4 SO -4n. MECHANICAL 1 %  %  IN IT % %  P.LECTRICAL %  LIVESTOCK i %  c ."I I I .1 MISCCLLANLOUS %  %  book*. M'p>. Auto 1*49 i.fn 'at. St f 3 bedroonu Wllh waah ba*in< dra Ing dining, hreakfaet room., erevanr%  m end rorare, %  parkm* yord r> liani of fruit treeBlrctrlc llgh* 1' %  ••nrhout For particular, dbl SMi p n. iKundav mvepled' u , i MAHKHAM -On the 9eo Hurting-. irnlihed or unfurnkdied 3 bedrooma With all modem omvonlericoa Goa In t I n %  modern t. ,.. long, tn %  m < %  J 21 4 N Ji i 111 lat May upetatra M an Street. 1 Bedroonw. Dr.wlng %  rooma. Toilet. Ralh i gin Alao mlt able for mediate pntasoalon Apply >s Dial 3133 Buuncei hour* : %  i m '" r! of Mr P C S M-ffel i^aiiiifiii krapor ht s hulidini overkldf Boy net lo the In%  iided alia of Blue WoUr* Hotel Newly Fiiily furnlahod lilt linen nd cutlery Siiineboker .r if required Prom May ll fiw t"'lt i il* montha For further parUoui r* liplv to owner, phone 2TiT of ISrl r.tei SO 4 SO-iSB IIANDAL COURT iVorthtng. a large i-droomo TelephonJTU between I SO %  % %  p m 23 4 ro— ft homo given every three j. %  ith paasagos paid for self and \. \nplieant muat supply teatlinonitlii and ita pros a r t salary and salary expected ipplieatleri* to bo sadrrinj TO lin rtoaeau Co Ltd St Lucia. B W I .4 Sp—3n FACTORY CHEMIST Situation vacant for Sugar ftcttary Cligmlrt resident at Boeeau Factory. St Lucia, but also in chargi•ontrol at Cul de Sac Factory. St Lucl*. about three mile* distant by motor rued Applicant mutt have had at least 3 years Factory experience, preternbl.' rnore. and bo between the age* of :'i snd 40 MVITI Partly furnl(hod 3 room bungalow supplied and 3 montha Ion" lenve home given every 3 yenn wllh P-I aajes paid for eelf and wife. Appll .i.nt muat supply testimonials and state present salary and salary expected Applications lo bo addressed lo ThIbiseau Co lid., St Lucia, B.W I ?L1^ : S-uth Mountain. SS Argentina. 5.S Powan Bank. S 9 Oolntn I K.ng. SB. Aigenno. II Taranger Q • MM, S 9 Panama. S.S Ibraara, 9 9 Cristobal. SS Raba-e, Hara 9 9 Randlbovlf. S S n S Polvlrader. S.S. Va.Hllo^. S PiaMfl Mascot > S Nldaro..' .-inqoa. 9 8 Tlberlut. SS Ink DuM 9 9 Inge Ma-rsk. S 9 Se R"/r „ -• %  • %  • r, S %  Ponce. 9.9 R lirn-oS9 BasthV. 9S Edva.d SS Suntteto. R 9. Casahl.. C3BJ Alcoa Ruimrr, B,f. Carl-Bun Fort De Prance, S 9 Regent Tlgr.U n,; Hnlm %  dalrulv. ss H I end. SB u.ide Nicaragku.' MaR4rT BB Mi Royal. 9 S. Bearoa || ti Aleto. S 9 Rang.t'k %  mX B 9. Planter. S ^ Ar.kalw. S S Angola.. SKAU1II AkSIVALS BY B.W I ACamhlo. Or-nond Arthur . %  nEFASTI REB RY B W I A John Turton Earl Van TaaetU. OP For o/p LfCIA—George Creep. Ethel Bennotl, Joan Bmnett, Btanlon Toppln. Giaharn, William Iaewla. Thotnaa Hull. Ivy Mfrrtdg*. Dairy Crtqoe. B. DemontD-lsy P-trtck brun. Anela Jardlne. Zelma Steel, Ox lev. Varna Cotton. Norv.. Cotton, George Eaadon. Menna Temp" Lrtsrij Mils. Ralph Cartel A.matrong. Beulah Wgtaon. Ralph Watam Robert Groan. Jack Foati hunte. FrUOerald Laahley. Violet Beth. Cecilia Pulver. Harold Robinson. James LYNCHS SKONOARY SCHOOL Sf, %  .Ir.-l Ne.t Term II begin on Monday 1*1 May at 5 a.m. M LYNCH for Headmaster. MISCELLANEOUS I %  Co Ltd V ...i Sea. % %  i illy lurcv i a %  !.. %  ,n. Phone PI 111.11 N4STICBJ1 i p •*ea.tiv earned hy obtaining orders 1 %  > I >>rlit>na. Caro* Iron. %  rrlond. No prevleus eaneelene' H Wl H today for beautiful free Vmple Rook to Britain's largest and •eeaOM PublUhon: highest rommlaaton. n.oiiey making opportunity %  aa, WllllaBtt at Ca., Dept 10 VlrlofU tarfct, Preetoo. EngUn' NOTICE IKON I1AII WDIDOWI Bert %  %  e )M aa 4 M PARIMII OP ST. PBTBB .irv SM no par ntonth i • iMlkato and oredentlals I. %  I hi* reatdence ••Bo*evtll. .'i before April SPIh U0 to Clerk. Poor law i NOTICE OF TRADE DELMA MARK %  %  %  Raj i i i Sand cap ha saw M |i Mahoi % %  nan DMJ mi M.4 eo %  mlpiiasnt of rubber i Mea at yrry r> %  ikg a vlsl! II A Co M lane la each PrKe Vlsi % %  eai Petfuane %  M 4 10-an REAL ESTATE "AI^YJTT"Situate at the Stream Road. Chrtat Church, sUndinjt on 17.236 Square Feet of land, with rlRht of Way ha Worthing Beach Tho houoe contalruj gallery, drawing • nd dlnlngf rn.ru. Uu<-e bedroom.. P-ntry. kitchen and usual out-efBcee Oarage and servants' rooma In the yard Inspection on application to the tenant Mn Wat king every day (except aundayaj bctweea use aoura of S and %  r." ,i above will be nrt up for sale at public competition at our Office In Luis Street or. Friday the 5th of May ISM at ( AJuTMNOTON BKAJ.Y SolMltoi* 38 4 Tn All THAT certain messuage or store known %  No 44 Roebuck Street standing en STM sq. ft at land The b:..;dlng lag MBS tSC remodelled and renoyuted Inspectioi, The property will be iet up for sale by public our office. •a*, Bridgetown, i 12th May IBM. at 2 p m 'i I AKUOuo A BOYOa BollriMM, %  .., Hit --. .i very .n,d good Bea-bathin( Toilet and Tka-Room iiwUira. S rooms Kit D BsHM l-.ie. Hull. Yorkshire. FngUnd laylice;—that thay are the M the IMBAIA word trad. i.>ik in raapeel of "Paste Creatna (bolnt PaUM Propiuatlona)". that the trad. Ob iniia-eseed or otharwlei displayed on the pavkatl.s lunUluUis I uade mark Is readsI Iv-gi-ter of Trade Mark* Britain under No. SBMBI In Clear 4s advertised la the Trusts Mark%  uied BMh May, IBM All persnns are henl-y warned against i .til of the said trade mark i BM MaaM The Trade Mark la a trade mark ..aiiiV c-l Ssctlon 14 .1 • is. I ihr MercbasuUss Marks Act of ISM %  i SSM.MI; 1'ICODUCTB LIMITED %  'itiori at our Office on Thurs-tsy 11 May. *1 3pm the dwelllnghouss of two aJCfasw kitchen, bath etc with sfe standing on 3"M sq It of land H Tweedslde Rood and Hunts Road City Ihe ownei "i. Hie prgaalaea Fttsuaer uartkulars Uons of sale fiimi ftHTLE ^ CO 3ii I i 111 %  H running ater All • us Garage, fruit tre flaike Phone 4M0 lawns Archil' M 4. m IT 4 50 • %  'CASVllJJr'Wavy Gardens. Christ higerh Three bedroom bungalow standing on g Ml sq feet land Csn n. Hgn at any time by appointment A Pierre PM I*4S M 4 50 In PAYING GUESTS al a Pm I.rlth Wurthing on Ihe ses Term* reasonable S 4 SS—en Il the way you speak a drawback lo H TRAINING AND SINGING experienced teacher Mod] Craln. Nellla Robtnaon. For STT KFTTB—Sdwjrd Barrett. Bine %  For LA GUAIRA—Gene Wilder I ider. Alfred Taylor. Alfrel Mie.M Clarke. FOR SALE FLOUR BAGS. Ready laundered. For further partieulars apply K. R. Hunte & Co., Ltd. Dial 4611. 26 4.50—6n. SEA VIEW GUEST HOUSE BASTDKM, BARBADOS i \i 11 LBN* i oiann I I 1.I.Y STOCKED BAR RATKS: • % %  %  • p.r D upwards (Incliulvp) ApplJ • i4rs. W. S HOWELL 3"P I i i v Real i •eti Mi.iKliiig 304 MIn c -M i il i n HOUSI BJM -.II Rirawn eotanin | Ull a,-liable (or a quick iale at a rTaarUon ol impgkM i,nsniall> asked Theie arirooin*. a large entrance hall with a line lurved *lan ^ I liedfooina. Gsraga lor 3 44*0 30 4 50—In. NATURAL et'Obadt waats GAS WHY? 1 Olt SALE HOUSE SPOTS BUILDING SITES Cash or Easy Terms From 10c. per Sq fool up EIJCTBJC, BUS an:l SERVICES AVAILABLE I. PICKWICK ROAD. Kl 1. FRIENDSHIP. Holliersal TugsBSB. St Michael 3 THE PINE "BOSS ROAD. St. MlchaeL ".liSTON GARDEN si KINGSTON rillBACE through I Hill lo Kingston i(..,.d. St PROPBB I .: st si. ph.... Hill. St Mi, had wllh %  l. .. ;., %  :-. we. Hath, etectrh Usht tad .ater. The house Is besutilully cool i.ai In Ti.i.11 •rlttl the National Bus a. %  a houi Dial 3*47 R. Archer 30 4 50—In. VllllMl ("•TN* • < >l fl %  lla.l.na25 4 5 4r A *" Pimples Go Cause fed in 3 Days of M.odfri ARLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL MALVERN ACADEMY (BSNVIUh CHEAPSIDC hi* school will re-open on TUESDAY |S g %  Ne pupils a "I r interMewed on Monday let May %  F L MOCWIB OBBBBt aauated at Mason siai.ding ^ LHO aq II land Iding cuitatea throe bedrooma. .in,! Piiiiiis %  kSOtna. Panlrv. Mil ofHcea etc Apply V B DM 1444 or UM BJ %  "' Of Und thereon, mni I Wellington Street, i 1ANT> 14*0 ggj ft tattel dwellinsjhoiiar the comer of Welli in* stresfi liiipectlon on egaplkatlu ii..it Mrs Florence Unto he prsapert* will he art up lor sole Public CaaiypsdltMn st % %  Ofhce es Mraet, Brl4sgsMowii. on ThurM.n •tga ISM at 3 p n Arsf I inly High Sriwl Y M C A i STiuXaTT BUM Moisdaj 1st 10 a fi irancr Fee M OS I'AHalNTS HE WISsT. send >our chlldi • here ineUvirsual altenUcsa Is gUveu, . ., ir*| ClasBgai %  JOSJEPH N StlBPHERD. li, ft Ma . 1 ill* ai Pubi UMI'AHE o M4M 'UDGrlTUN" Slluske In Pataage Road. SB. Michael, standli* on ISTO equanr fee* of lend Tlvs hsBiaa Ig^uilt of alone and con t Ins gallery, drawing, dining, silting end breakfast rooms, Pantry, kitchen. W C snd bath downstairs 4 bed.. i3 with ruiuilng water' upstairs pecUon any day iec*pt Msaftaya l and 3pm 111 be set up for sale to ;illon al our Oflke h BjrtftfMaMli ss y '* Ihe 5th May :M al 3 P m ... t %  letween 10 a I'.bUc St I'eler i naiiuiiui u ld wwild euuniry hoi I stone (landing In %  nth bathiiis beaait) %  kitchen, double garage and out-buildinga. :,, ,1 fVA. Reel staUtg Ag. nth Aitlioneer%  %  3U 4 SO in iiMinvt II Graeme Hall Road. I MI.KI.II) IWQ ilorev -. nmtely 1 1 %  gfl ii.u.mi A ith Hidr fionlage Coral .lone wall* ith aabastn* roof, flu.h panelled iloo"-. till b II IB uplhiard^ rue" '• a laige loAiafle end t -Hi, g..ller\ 3 l>-' %  I solar hash ir.lia-e.1 fully fumUhed If 0V n reasonable Agure. Dlnon A Illation FB. P.V.A. Real EaUte Al Uonetl* end Suiveim*. I'lantalloiii ,i .. J •..,,,. tM 30450. In rBji-i". \. puirdliiM. I Uedi %  PtMBi BBrl Hastlnga Main Hoad. .,u,i t i %  ll % %  %  %  aniieiMl NOW -tor. dmI I VK> YOl H i II *S> Eh w I D I %  Sale Value* Inspect snd De Yoursslves I SayAn Exelleni 3 Bed,.. .i, V 1 Con ditioit at Pine Bd An Atuecti.e 1 Bed gei Bloiiewali l< ,n at Monlallh (. Usdi Pocket.. A Denrable S Bed iFair Blial Stonewall Bungakxs in Bay Street A Suitable 3 B-dioom Hungalow Img aWhite Park A Suitable 3 BedBM Bungalow al Button Hill, and Two 3 Bedroom Collage, 'seaside! at Rla.-k BOA'H A Sesatde 3 Bedioom Stone-al Uui.asi.iw al FontabeRe Mori Ai anged Please Don I Miss Me an I Keen Purchaser, toi Auvlhi Rol E.ut. MLaM B l -'• SpecUl Menu but Not Lenstrn • BlephanU coupled with Fane Die) 3111 or 311J D F de Abiet, A Tisiiie-i nsrMMsWel Real Kau 1 II aloei Call al Olive Bougl i Carter Bro. Tudor SI. Ne. ,iail SI M4M.-I. ;: PROPBRTY In oraes road at Bpaonsr* Hill ciaiBlsrlikl of double roofed house, .bed snd kitchen ksgail.er of land Prtte BBMS M The above can he purchaaed oa tarma Half of the siraiinl must ba aaJd wtsan purchasing same Por fta-tasr DArv A BcoH paruculare Ma>^..i... apply to • nJBST HAVBN" aklgMtas, Beach PTOMII hours, all convanktnees nesi beach and Bus. Low land rant Ineprctton oa prasaiesa at any tana er PI one 0*rrssr at SIM St M-Jn SALVATION ARMY • ANNUAL T A (. 1) \ V Friday. May Slh • l'l..,>, Bu> A T tti Help Other. IVE CUE PERSONALIZED SERVICE SMITHS SHIPPING SERVICE MOVERS — PACKERS — & FREIGHT FORWARDBS Alexander House, SUBBt, Bndgotuwn. raaaaul EARTHENWARE DISHES, JUGS & PU \ uii have to so far to lire.! our Prim Mil tl.MHAI. I tlPOHIIM 111 'iiil Street. II l NIIW nil >i w lt ii ..m FURNITURE & HOUSEHOLD DM At -BICES'*, St. I'hilip (t'M route to r'oul II41 sfai (rsae) .1 o sell by I valuable furnll Tip-ids1 ..... china cabinet. Deal tables (all sBMt. M.iliuKiill. dinBBT Wl||n\ .111 Kurniturt'. SprUlJ nikd fBt rs, Cabinet GramophoBl.. !. nnls f*, larf 1 %  Tablss, aWtB \ -npped TW* ,; %  : r ... ;;. ....' ledraoa \ UK 'ii: . p rteoiis iHHlroom FurniturB. rsB BsaPsl Indian i.iming Clock. Microswp*. .I *IHI d*> prior t M* t \^ll ON PALL Ot HAMMER AUCTli I DIXON cSc BLADO IIHISI: : t,.|,| PLAN 1 il lOIB Bt ILC 1 from... UNCLE SAM & THE MAPLE UJ| GRIFFITH'S presents the follovti I' Mustard (In jars) Klim ., lib and SID Tins t unit.. Wa.paprr %  wtn-l ,.„ ,„ sauaaiM t l.xapuratpd Milk t an Flakn 1'ap.r (Canaitimi) Uind>.,r Toil.t Paper .dian) Quakft OaU I". DerS. Plarlaf < %  • I „l4tc Toolh W Ml.rtkS.1 Mint. \" it:.., k Aea surdr \ce Uuudbur> Sasa Barklr, l'a"T Burklar'a "'"Jt!" 1 Or. C'l" Saw L.vrr run 111 KXV III DIAL 4514 GRIFFITH'S ROCXLEY. OL ITS GOT Bl I lltt IT'S CETTINO POPMHIt IT' CROWN T.ISGFR 4HE


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PAGE six SUNDAY ADVOCATE SLNDAY. APRn. Aubrey Beardsley, Illustrator Of Britain's Nineties SITTING ON THE FENCE By NATHANIEL GUBBINS DC e up in Ihean.l Duck and return. Ar' morruui reeling bilious and delord f he ha. seen part>. ^i? Do :u ever feel that TM* .-nolher like RN Rira^-^xass gs^^***-* By JONATHAN MAYNE Of the Department of Painting, Victoria and Albert Museum, London just The la.-t ten years of the nineteenth century—the period known in England as "The Kim' provided a literary firework show whose moit effective rockets an'! • set-pieces were perfectly \'.stole across the Channel Oscar Wilde was at Its centre, and set the tone and the pai-p of its chief manifestation.* at the start But Aubrex Beardsley. its only important graphic artist. achieved in his pttifuUj brief period of activii a fame which has pratM lasting even than that of Wl* In an artistic life of a little morr than six years he became one of the few English illust-jtors ever tn l>o known throughout Europe and Amer.cn And for this reason. if for no other, it is appropriate that the fiftieth anni versa r deoth should be marked by a glance backward at his mirk. RearJsley died ..n March 16. 1898. in nil Hi had come to maturity when 'The Nineties" were just beginning, and his work, after %  false start, became a*most imme %  '. the perfect mirror of hi* : v circle. Th. "The Nineties" considered themselves as being the spiritual children of what they called the French "Decadents". Their main characteristic was an exl and effete delicacy of manner combined with an emphatic and exhibitionist morbidity of subject-matter; but they . %  rooted in the "Aesthetic MoveSX-^phVelKim"whi?h ,h "h-d tie, .uiry. He arrtved in London at the age of 10 and been thmost vigorous art moveipent several years in an architect's office and should had not beer. that of a friend and collaborator (his was is eiitor and he was dismissed from "den io either a Zulu or staff of the periodical whose nani" an albino, ne had helped to make. Tfce hite man's Do. \ D ^ k r£L a ^S if he knows ..dlord Dog and '.—1 like that remain Ducf Then asi e landlord Dog an .liiousneu if certainly Dog Then go back:,^ Dog your own fau't. and your wife ..n Mee !an ord Muddy IX .robably have been just as return ^ Yellaw Bek did not long survive Next Platform Beardsley $ next pu form was The Savov .rope and intenti Remember that littie things are sent to try us. and if your wife ..'.tie thing. you must haiva. courage and bear iiemember. also, fetal ago the worms in the In garden, have a message of love Duck an' go back ddv Dog. Then go home. Bumped Of! At 103 ,i,jeal oi. the films is old fasrionci stuff" is children's or old men's rrom U -.".Hr on the secrets of Hollywood. of this. I have written Ihe scenario of I talkaa called Thunder and Gums In which ill the characters are more than a round -'OK DURING his short HI self as the perfect illustrator of name for himwhule literary epoch—'the ninement of mid-ninetemth century Following n.eetings with such important figures of the day as Burnnture. January 1896 Beardsk-y*s habit of alteram phase I teen DOtM %  '• trllow Bl oack to) Is Savay %  i %  -i %  i il part in lus np r ea ow how the par%  och may be inilined i<> .-.ill thi farad..imp time ahe T!ie VHIew and hope for us all. And don't hundred years old. hich was con-. r get your morning exercises l ede INDIGESTION? Try Ju$t_ England—and it was at this point •t that Beardsley's art first touched theirs Prc-occupied It was with the painting I Burne-Joncs. the most fan the later Prc-Raphaeir.n, Beard-I I i>re-occupied. Although he had arrtved in London S'huTl. r* in 1888. kt the age of 16. Beai had spent the next three yean first in an architect's office and . Norte ii' \rilui' %  .. '!"• '• !.., : . w •* Morris al I i epper. and vinegar to taste Work this vigorously into the pile, adding the yolks of cold. Wash cratonnof In bran .ncluding O* four handsful %  k* an afternoon ••><* 1*"' >n muiUn oce m gallon of water. Let t •immai ,f the Dog and Duck while the Lot it bunt U .you Ilki I >thers climb the hill %  efreshing sleep. IWak to Dog and Duck. Then =' %  What ib a Husband? A husband is a man who— 111 Has n* view* of his own. ilt Has n Money of his own. : ; %  llu no secrets of hi* own. I l • lla no will of his own. I i Often has no bedroom of Inown. ( rrUlnly has no einarrltes. hAndkerrhiefs. or UMthpaste of his own. ..ually the %  io — i %  i Prspotes marrUce. II reivwd. proposes attain. \nd again, and again. I'. ii.r the wedding. I'uts he doc out I'.. *-. KM rent. 1'uLs thr cat out. Pajpg for his dsugfaterS >i edding. (I] lfuts his mother-in-law sat. Pan for his own funeral. Let's ,-> Hiatin^ nse to Thousands of reave decided to publish .i delightful hike tn The G'. Countryside. Here it is : — an excellent hike for men first to at .tppointment Then take I .V.ddle (or Big Widdle; it doesn't matter wht hike. If the day is hot. the less active ONE DOSE Of This > Just one doc of MACLEAN BRAND STOMACH POwDEP relieves Flatulence, Heartburn, Nausea and Stomach Psins due to Indigestion. Prove it yourself today! But be iure >-ou get genuine MACLEAN BRAND STOMACH POWDER with the signature ALEX-dMACLBAW. i Dog I i:t of Dog and Duck to see baa returned. Having %  d yourself that they have ralk back to Dog and Duck. ifle hike round Dog %  Love oi in. rorka from a tachtdc^l point of view. But in th. Ion for elaboration, bl ability to leav< DJ part mcovered, prod i lUquieting and I %  .it,,i I I.I po page i :<• -ip his mistress' for example — but as le the designs seem to be than some of bis May "be ugly but not gLLUo work and Mane Of th Hideous, cross-eved little J waa doing at M ay grow up to make some moni inBavog t,ic, nth And, deapita protrudli DM Kheiiiiiolil h xth number of The Bavog moat powerful grkaf rock%  icking round the tij. MV husband threw a hammer it me .mil thru i Ihron il it hk mother. After that there was B .. %  -niT.il row. and m> huibainl threw a chair at me."— A young wife at Uie Poll thu ihmg call* Don'1 Be Born Beautiful One ol %  lomathing or tnoderii I mind if their children cause they usually grow up l and make money. RED, repulsive little Willie, %  kvn atg) to i %  'f? like a deudly weapon. I %  On ( %  f this dm wing i* < %  I %  " %  • imagination Win: .1 h J "**< "i ava i %  Uxt m i<; "!' 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S ii 11 li .1 April :( 1950. ^uttiiau Biwcate r Frier: / SIX ( E.VTS Year 55. CHARLES DISSOLVES BELGIAN PARLIAMENT ELECTIONS JUNE 4 Abdullah Walks Out On Arab League CAIRO. April 29. K ING ABDULLAH of Jordan, interviewed by a corrcspondent f the Egyptian newspaper Al Misri. m te9 cried here to have deelared that he would abandon the lrib U-ague. whether it remained in being or not. The Political Committee of the seven-mi'inbrr League %  been summoned to MM on Mav 2 to .insider Jordan s annexation of Arab Palestine west of the Jordan, a move 1 recognised DV Britain on Thursday. Java Police Search For Murderers Of TWO AMERICANS DJAKARTA. April 2>>. lodcoesiMi police and troops •fOUgboul West Java hnve hern tftered to search for the murclerm of th* two Americans. Robert nate and Professor Raymond Sfluaov. killed near the Banggsj-Cbenbon Road, it was officaflT disclosed to-day. Gmeral Sukarto. the Republic's $gf ot Police, has none to Batdoeng to direct operation*. American officials in Djakarta Mtt learned that both Mr. Doyle. nstt-UO correspondent, and ProJMOT Kennedy. Professor of SonolofLv it Yale University, were i the face and ( best .it point lUnr range site, b< marched arenl hundred ; : Sised. It is not known whether the Bg were regular troops or not larks body has been positively rtolifled. and officials hove little esibt that the other man was [,,. : K H< Ulrl Pollard President Of Worker* Union The League was formed five %  fiddle But Arab slates. Its members are Jordan, Egypt. Saudi Arabia, Iraq, an, Syria and the Lebanon King Abdullah was reported here to have ,,.U1 the .41 Mlsrt correspondent In the interview: "I shall break any Arab economic blockade of Jordan by force, f shall negotiate with my neighbour" (presumably a reference to Israel. "I shall not abandon the great%  plan" (The Greater Syria plan envisages a union of 1 Iraq, and perhaps Jordan), Of BJ9-ptians. Abdullah was re-1 ported to have said: "Tin African people who do not underI lb problems Thev only leadership of the Arab Middle I —Renter WHAT looked like %  certain goal the ball over the bar. Evelyn and Johl match ended in a goalless draw. ban fleece, the Bverti o Spartan fa Carib Press Talks End iBartndOa .Vil.ooulv Corrravuiuhiili POKT-Or-Sl-Am. April 2a. Associain ended to-day ana passed a resolution asking for a constitutional guarantee to be written Into the constitution ol the proposed Caribbean Federation providing freedom of press the Federal Government be given power amettni newspapers and other period.^m??? ^" ~ ,0 ,d ,l, It was decided that copies of i *-55 M< u i" £ ,i ,he resolution be forwarded to U* night. Nicholas Pollard, (;overnmen , onti tne<1 and the PMidem of the Mercantile r^i.,,,-. <-.„ Mi Union and member ..( Ihe L,,a "'" t g""* . PioHf. Commillee which led an ,„ c fc • Huchlns. newly elec . aMmluaUon cammicn. n '" %  >ent speaking abou Ihe *Mi praldenl ol Ihe General "-eedocn ol Ihe Pre.* resolution, farittj Union, ihe largest local i''l: It u vllally important aasur boa> that we have something In the Han Johnny Smith. Deputy ltr : "h Caribbean specially proaajor of Beli/c and People'* j vldlng for freedom of the Press.. Oaanture Chairman. was elected .„ • ... „ Vfct President ( the General W '" ""' WCSl f m clW WoriUTs Union and [Void. America and atttee Secretarj (h Caribbean Republics a is Wanned to the Union's Exec, taenual that our pool* %  n Council Don be clanlied. I should not like Bollard MI). to have the British Caribbean Phsideni '' \ ed In a category subservient I-Sia. f
* pli lisplav j il movement" has PER0N WILL OPEN 84TH ARGENTINE CONGRESS On May Day HUKNOS AIRES, April 29. THE CEREMONIAL inaguration of the eighty-fourth AjKentine Congress wilh a lengthy speech by Pn _reroii will lake place on Monday morning, M Working sessions ol both Upper and Lower Houses will slart the %  niioon. during whicii both *ill consider motions protnotlruj Peron from BriK*dier to Meal — whuh promollor. Peron deellned to accept last year. on the (rounds that he could nol sign his own promotion With the .cominet. the working sessions, political dltlerenees between Peronista and Hadlcal parlies will again become pronounced especially as 20 radical whose tenure ol nmce prolonged tor two years under terms ot the new Argentine „n — refused to recognise ,nd today m Dockers Riot Afwnst U.S. Arms Aid To Italy NAPLES. April 2. ,"* Police Uwlay charged and BE "LA ''emonstration o( 100 [ dockers protcsimg a g. ln Z W-" i" N, P' M '•' 'he secJ5^"d ot American arms tor Bfel Mtor. hcav. 1 ot tanks and •SVaVnU^ r J*£" unlMd d •Ullar/ 7 k, ,N und a" "I..NM*^whistl,,,, and v^-hich means ^fc?*-r e n f B %  %  %  i %  the .sun gUnttng hn^hth from thi .lies again stated thecould not lexi.l.iin th> BRUSSELS, April 29. pRINCE REGENT CHARLES to-day dissolved Belgium s Parliament when the staunchly pro Leopold Catholics temporarily abandoned six weeks' stubborn efforts to get ftie exiled monarch King Leopold, back to the throne. The new election will be held on June 4, a year after the General Election which put the Catholics in power with a majority of nine in the upper House of Parliament, but two votes short in the lower SpDJd& Window rrlim IM| ,r m mum rim %  I Krua.iiBWn arm Cmnirr lluthlnl plarr hi.• %  MII.cup BM-Ufa, l* umr will Att\v who wlU ChSlMSSM s-oatian 3 Years For Nudists UNDRESS IN COURT Argentine Beauty Queens Parade ON MAY DAY BUBVOfi AIRES, Aj I-ihour Day will be a gala day for Argentine workers who aill come from all parts of the country to take part in a tut I monstration in Plaza Mayo, organised by the Confereraclon General Del Trabajo, in which President Peron and Senora 1 '• \ speak Regional "Beauty Queens" ready arrived in Buenos Aires from the IntarkM ctMinto (or the Ma> Day parade, during which a "Labour Queen AIII bo elected and crowned" by the President's wife. Work will be stopped throughout the country while transport shiih Miil be augmented 'o handle huge crowds, will carri out a token halt during the day. • — It ruler 700 Leave China WASHINGTON. April* 29 More than 700 foreigners of 26 different nationalities have boardd the American lmei <;> the ictnrd llul a> proposed .it tiniiM'ii.uli ( onlcrrnif. %  I I (II I -fill. ill. I Hl-t 1 II ll L HI (Irlrcatlon should %  sssssnaet in London LB Ihr middle of Mi to ilioruM *utAr policy ith His MaiJaftys (iovernmriil MIUI InsTC indicated thrir uilllnsneiw to receivr Ihr detention durlna the week bafuuBlng lltfe Maa *Meu Suss" Prt^ducer Re-Ac^iiitted STATE PAYS FOR RETRIAL HAMBURG %  Vei rti alty. It or> %  Harlan i %  %  %  Qoebi %  %  01 105,000 n man fUrn xrried %  m, told the he had produced the express miieis ol whom I %  Raster, The eicviion will be fought n 1-eopold's return to the •ifter live years in provisional exile. A referendum last month showed 57.6 of the nation in favour of bringing htm back. But th.final decision rested with parllaDMBt, shortage of two vote* in the Lower Chamber, and bitter opposition from the Socialists, the second party, forced '"Ins into protracted negotiations with the Liberals, who hold the balance. I*remler Cation Eyskcns' CathoUc-Libaral Coalition c.ovemII .-arly last month when rnemban of the Cabinet to agree to summoning a %  tdon of the two houses to • law keeping the King; in provisional Then (.cgan a series of pilKrimaiciaid's lakeside home near Geneva. BwltaD ill the parties. failed to bridge the gulf. Than two weeks ago, the King I : %  %  [or to %  am power temporarily to all i llaudoain. %  Eo atcept tta %  tntar/erland, as :hnt the So--ociated with the < ling talks. 1' Charles saw Van Zeeland soon after mid-day to-day, and solution was announced immediately afterward taker" ml to the Roynl Palm. —Reuler. Strike Ends In London Stalin Avenue* 1 it la called after a Dr Du Throughout Italj worl for It mil moMtratlons, the Comir.unist-led "..OOO.onu itrong General Confederation of 1-iUoui an>i Italian Ironlier Customs men found H8 kilos of iiold in his rar last night. Ergas. who destribvil himself as a lextile ed he had nothing to declare on arriving at the fronliei from Met. The gold was found inside the back seat cushion. Customs officers valued it at C 45.000. The Italian police communicated their mlice. and %  ii.int investigation of ErgaS' activities is being made Healer. %  m. W lg a sl e polio lling :he crowd, and demonstration mZZ !" ..'be dedu %  Sr.ia P 7 n ? h "*' r '" ,: L_"*"• 'he arm. .. •nd loaded on to mill%  truck, i"ucu "ii to nnnC !" 1 in ronipl.t, a l m t?"* lob bel. SVSuSu 1 ,. Fu '' Radii „ the Chamber ot ,ill be reduced from 38 result. 11 iconsidered I Peronista will table the motion calling for sanction, against the Radical Part terms of the new which provides for dl measures against persons ot groups carrying out or proposing acts lending to —Healer. of the *•* %  wh.r,r 0n !n " : -'d eleMisr A R.A.F. RESCUE 23 KHARTOUM. April 2. lane to>ign of S*? L .r. 1 *" * reach. J an emergency wag hurt. 23 peo^i. No one Strike Threatens Antigua's Economy I-IUIIM ATvocat# ContW OT ds n e ANTIGUA. April 2W. The <-ontlnucus strike in 1U 12th day seriously threatens Antigua's economy, crippling the principal Indi the sugar factory idle Twenty thousand toil Is unmanufactured pending settle: (tinierned infoimcd the (.ovriixn '.hrough the Federal Labour Officer <.f their willingness to arbitrate for immeUement, but th' This morning a notty erowd *lth •nd oaraded 'he streets sa of placards with the ngt— %  They gathered In in. Bennett Brysrn's where red flaaa arplaces, it be unnecessary to play Pope Receives 30,000 Pilgrims ROME, April 28. Pope Pius XII today 30,000 pilgrims In audienv •" St Peter's basilica Among them was a German pilgrimage from Fottemburg diocese headed by the ll:-iicp. Monsignor Charles Joseph Iiciprerht -Beater red Chilean Minister In Holla.nJ THE HAGUE. April 2V Mr C. Mori. Lynch, who was appointed Chilean Minister to the Netliei lands last January, arrived in Holland to-day from Stockholm with Mrs. Lynch. Morla tu oceede Madame Carmen Vial ue t>il member of the Chilean IK legation to the United Nauon* last September. —Reater PLAY A SEASONED TEAM AGAINST W.I. Warns Jack Hobbs KUM should U (Horn Our (>u i oirrhpoitdeBt) .gainst the Wi !.'1N1K>N. April 29. Instead, oppoiiu^ii Surrey and taken to exper.i ceter, writing in the flayers Saautay Espreas this morning, "In m. vouid b^ acton of the a disastrous folly, and an insult Ing inexperienced to -ur K i"bbs. 2 Paralrooperfl Die In Exorcises PORT BRAOO, MORTH y %  . died in a mass pe tons of fighting i q tUch clli .... -,,.(,. from :< Irsaunorl chuta Hi slping to iush an ertlUei i i hute failed 10 Open Kruler. S'' 11 II i 11 i f i Milt IlilH \ol For War Says W.H.O. Committee %  as a committee of the i'i ilth organisation, Min-makibeUed by the United States us ''potential war material could not possibly be 'iioiOgic.il warfare. The IIUJH run bilmak Extracloisis bt ed in Eastern European but America has refuse-i ti-.in ball 'irtaln." %  World Health Organism lervene and "make evi procure this and oUier eiiuipmen*. for countries requesting it —Krulrf. Trygve Lie In Paris Loyalb l)a> In I .S. 2S I %  %  nue to-day In thi 1 %  %  'he traditional Cm '...Daj %  %  VIIIKHII O/Da the saluti%  %  LONDON, April 10. W i the %  ultimatum— i ti. work on k mi tUUJ of 2.000 %  %  %  k Up for live ol M| ,,n K. — KrHlrr. PARIS. April 29. irtarv-Genei.il. ;nnveil here by air to-day from London on the second leg %  barrage M ti his prosp IftM prospects of his trip | to Moscow. I will gh Conference on May < %  \ and will) tp.n, he said. Lie, who A ill have talks with I .i4ers. is I heir priBI •• o.ei .i J %  Nations special-I —Reuln. Ie sayi bought il the close of i b ea Compitton are already would them Thr We rvork cut oi %  full ot I Ooraptort, end others. — IB) t'ablr). TORNADO KILLS 9: INJURES 100 OKLAH Tornadoes I ihasaa i ass muni %  U lesjtar. Gents' STANDARD MODELS In your favourite colours ol green and black, With or without dyno hubs and 3 or 4 speed Sturmey Archer Gears. 22 inch and 24 inch Frames. 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I A' 1 \." Guiana. p. %  %  —„, to la* bchn r^, j|. Bui import! ..re MM „ tan* far l V1H)t It'll D*P*" n from .No 7. W "nee amountm* n 412 guil.crs by Dutch 'urch Guiana. : day. April 16 %  bore to ilah in the river hi,. I**-—, quarter i..s: >e.u launch and %  -'the lead over .,11 ,„,. „,„,, %  a total 1,no ol 75 lulldl rhundav, 1 ventured %  'id taken |c •mounUn%  ders. before they were 1 HI 23 %  I thee %  lattei •fiSrf e'xixirleii 1.... •"Sir shipP"" 'rum the !" "Kurd nearly $4,000.00" iSTSilppcd tbi> % %  • % %  ElOMd.. %  EtfUn '•" Cauoi Ual EL TIIB than thiK year < but LToporU Cj a £ b,moi.I' in* APRIL 30, 1K50 0,000,000 ugar tried OfS Hutch Fine B< Fishermen SUNDAY ADVOCATE POCKET CARTOON "• •"•"mriANCASTBll ( %  aft Baaxlle uaB u II Ihe onl) %  Jf£1 of rxpor W I. \arsilv Builders Look For Lumber 11 -mother <. ""' %  v Mati 1/ wiu, III.(..,„.,„„„, diieralaneal %  '"I..war, he ,hi| hate 11 I £_i UK .even llsui. !a>ll ttlr difference in the 'rj this ore shipped dunns tjouarten "f IM and 1950. %  it rtiipmenls of bauxite Sri 10 277,441 tons valued %  BSjTl for 1950 to 381.032 JSh BiW.645 for 1849. \ilioealr ( orr.-spondrnli KITu the ealue .,f S930.O0O MGROWrl TJenrxporled 111 th .11 if lum%  h period. figures for '' %  peno-i list eing building at Ihe Univi bSl r "" %  Wt Imli. (ner export passed^ Ihe price is available 111 itu-.. 25 More Firemen Mnealt Owmpaaiml) QBORQETOWN tral hn Speaker Disqualified For 5 Years % % % % % % %  UlM ."-. % ....., KING Speaker n| ii„ u_ „' R I>rentoi '1,-in o .MaJMimom baquallnM ftom hold\l'*i 1 SM ln Ulc H u. Mr ..ilitiea him from battf %  !" ' the Hou>, 1 van, %  ttar is now on appeal 'Ul pending the Una! li t I" nod the House mil I,, without -' speaker and Ihe Jamaica Lartj without on* „f %  .. '", %  '.', I'" 11 "Phoid.. the ,".' 1 ""'' 1 "HI". roared :n the Speaker's : %  d bo tlM ., aw J5? 'f' % %  "•"> slim ma%  ten of vital imporl ..mien up for nan, ESS iTSS H Ol.m k ton of M. ho Mill Win .Mil U in turn is diamonds of Dd Mill Lmidi y 1. %m carats wertshipped % !" K" U 107 755 or about $40,ooo n v !" i> Coltoga arrived In .77,'nuu ^ on Tucsdav. work i .linnet months t| L> .. ,, ,.iri.t-n ; o Pallet tUnid'l94. itUe coconuw, coffw. copra, Tne >' ue mainly Interacted In AtMnaon Inetrueted them In Bre^oe leather and rubbei are crabwood arx IghUng BMI items, none of which ber. pitrcbeMwul m the vkinit, %  hiefl bii exported for the year. exports on the other h. mtr last year's by 51,700,000. flaires br-iriK tor 1950, |,4 and for 1949, $12,107.two million !,. • M r s %  Iwoeda fo< il 'uMU-'iinxs. Ut. Beott ..the lumIKT Crom the i int of vl The IIn %  %  %  1951 %  %  %  pcmUon 1 ) ofllee In j % %  waUinic ilhgtly (.1 .' % %  .-. Hkn piece Roods and :.rtiflci.,l ; '' ' Iwaertt totalled $1,000,000. *iualy. quantitj Dvetnon an aeejonlnf, Hall I-mm L'-K Bapnunatcly hall of :l ( -|-iis came from the U.K. |a| theperiod under orts ITOITI Bril H.400.570. fi |UJN.from othfi Bril m 11.992.000 and h muntnea $2,911,000. %  bur was the biuce&l Imported %  I onwUdng whii I %  Cannot Control Domestic \\ orken -"•"•• • %  ..... KIM -I In do-;il nilli.li a %  75 Moiv For Charity i Advixate orre*|wMMlriil i LOETOWN, Ai and PoUej II Uie IK-iiieraia Mutual I ioi la4a %  '.. i n i m ouaia %  m ouncillor 11 .-.As Police Launch Sink%  **• ,\d.,..ii. t ... i-.-id.nl> DM attatBC. Ugulativv Uounnvirricil to Miss Florence Ha.u. _.:.,. In CoQigion S47* for this roeele OirreaBtaeavt| %  ,i :. r V" ORGETOWN 1| I'' 11 1 !" l!" e O.BX. disclosed to the meeting rmiopfur .tiitt the subt.t.ii'tial auna of $26b. c :i . %  .,... %  Uiture and citj u.auc-Fun.i ASU*B> „., s. Mr A. R. Davis, a 1''IK> HOMVI lAi.ol.n A tuj, orlndualrtalnaUin ,i J ouW receive evci the Wrtoi ofl Port when hei %  %  •. and the %  I % %  'i Mills, return.,' *i 314530 cd to P the St. c 1 LUnlnf her >imnpa later. fed Mrs Jacob, on Monduv % %  oa, April 21. r wu performed b> Mis I the Urn! Ai.hhishop of PH Indies, in Ins private %  at Austin Ho %  pi eve mm; 1 •t the home of the limits which wi tne Mesaloo couple flew to B wnung wh< their hone> nioun COLOUR BUND LONDON. %  lliwKer' % %  aMolouied mr mail entrain iheir eyi Gavl. Ifrsprrls Rights Of Small Unions " %  '•>•' .,., KINGS 9 union ihop" trade union .1.111,11 m Jamaica has been 1 """Hill 1 up b) • %  %  1 is Him ihe ritht of woi enimenl pies ,.f -i ill parElected Member*' Duties Extended %  %  stltuliotiu. 1 1 -mlx?rs of tl., %  Communii %  and So*-; 19:0-51 nnancia: year this .iitroducin* into Kxcx-u %  %  %  by the thi %  member %  no tilled %  ) ing from %  troduce nuttfll IcpresenUtlves. but i I UncU ,ns well. The Legislature wil: pnul. for ranatltutlori rrlor to the op itlona for a new conatl • ith the Colonial Office S Will Be Awarded 1 JfeOe Scholarships n.ri>.a.. Uvtwata r.ff N N.i KINGS1XJN. %  is to bonedt from the i-'ition Ex1 Technical %  made to the : *rtueh envisages btSJaH I 1 hipa .mil fellow%  %  %  opment f ib' it la prapoead %  %  II Chairman. in their 1 i re. the 'I %  Now Issue tor th* ver lie rntlUon and 1 be %  llli .. %  I %  %  :>i.; with an annual Preanlum In^86.317 45 in 1948. %  %  auurin^ %  10 Including B mua Addi•nhio-T?"!""^ "''' 1 ,, lMl Wh birthday recent!) ons being paid ou in all that is needtd 1. %  airn "l „.,,.„,„--... the Soeieiy since 14 Oflv. CLDTIMER WEARS WfU Ql KSNKI.. Canada 1 — CBJ i'i. %  %  l 111. I'r-r-k. 11.00. St George's College Murks Centenarj %  art ail I UVMBto '<.lr.MIlr.l k with .1 %  %  % %  of the 8 blj 1 ...-11 opt 1 he 1 the Roma from maeva Qranada, ombia. 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T W'1.11 (II.OR FOR Whal Has Mr. Kaye -I \ll\\ M)\..( N II PAGE SEVEN U MVKIIS .._ I don't suppose a %  I"*5JL hut many art mude_ Jon suppose anyone wlU performari 1,5: 1 ' %  TSt In F.i-1 i L .% %  hal p • • in future %  omedle. .iboui oui A juni. • rourni/e i„., alll ra p(o v ••mih \r >.....!... KISS. Hill SI /ff/prr/ and the Dragon I'ills—M n even, '0 ( %  rtcon pi ••„ Sleevi BY %  %  S-hiit he i %  SN.H.1. o( ttallpicemurabtc. To Horoih. I human %  "• rigir., i'i lovely fc* :i KLIUI t.< %  rung girls iBcial. D' %  Tvativewom.n DoroUtf Gray— %  %  %  told her of Mold their %  %  .11(1 -lS %  %  iv III til.' r of I %  '" %  %  worni %  %  %  z 1 m ;-. I %  I t* %  %  %  HIK, pi. %  %  %  I K.i*. v 1 HEARD %  1 lilt 1>\M!M. \ I \K> "IVhot ah .,d-j(i. %  %  i %  %  t-e flying Slum* Old Slr— WT -R:\ Tdr.n *'t n Mr Vi. h %  I %  I %  I I %  %  I •••H\ \ alue %  % % % %  %  %  H Snow' don M imn-h f ,.., oum ii'i. |U) •while "l "II %  O H A ilu 1 boaui) enm thai is a -Ireaimpnl' ^^= IH/lll^l ^(lll J l ^. preA %  • i" % %  :r..w.iu.t I .udiiitt. gaaviiafriMai J '•Kill lh' -. it ia appltrd . •(• irln-mmtuts I '*>lt' I niirt mi... iierd* no I iiiovf^ ,1.0A T MUM* s*4Afo AMI ntmrnm/A ... Iho Iniiilin IM'.UIIV in uiur h.iii H HAZELINE SNOW" T." 1 \ || m;..i CHS VELD •-[ %  ..lid Inter* woLdarful ,..:.dred thousand dollar*. C %  taliufter n d the befl | Doroth) ition which --Ion on %  1 -*r.. %  wi—i all %  SINGER Dressmaking Classes Our Sowing Centre is now '%  quipped for courses in: with i,ii'-1n K SHADES CnSjiirf$ fy FARIS! I %  ... iw •* % % %  daAHMr RMT i*d to Gam t H to MMI IIh. in..-.-: ha I .1 W. • • <} %  > " C ^ HOME DRESSMAKING First Course Starts: May 15th 1950 o 12 lessons in 6 consecutive weeks. Enrollment has already commenced Full details available at The Sewing Centre SINGER SEWING MACHINE COMPANY LIPSTICK & R0UCE• <£ry BOtTHgBflJj Broad Street Bridgetown.



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PACE FOlTt SUNDAY ADVOCATi: SUNDAY. APRIL SPAXTAIX-EVERTOIS IIS GOALLESS DRA W BABLY th, nrd to have witnessed a football match lot haltlo to a u .valleys draw at ••Jamaica Sixer'* New Cricketers' Cocktail R The team* were somewhat evenly matched. At the ttart Everton were on the ofTen-. Dehidexecuted some good forward In* four again •* %  threatening their op. Tits' goal, but towards the end '"•' J*" J nn*kl>UI -kfil" tVlIYI-1 Wl'btt 111' tltt IdllM". I'M hnm till _.' • PM and itl know was born on finding out .something about th May 2, 1901 and formcrl> mined 0U1 PM • 1830. The defence, on either side Satxtnnah Trtmquility Tournament IN MAY SKCOND IN BATTIM. \M> HOWI.IM. He w.. one however;*.," soW."ana Everton'* fj !" *" 8 TS*JS,'S 0 S J"",custodian who o, 5. two .oa.JjJjJJ -b_jnW, J i j III IDC til DailflUbB Ull IIIV Mt> „dlx>lm,,.-,v,ESTS J^ l' th ,'i •'""" %  Savannah ELM Club. — Harris for Spartan on the otner — h(1 Tranquil.it y have lire ages for Worcesterstui-hip games. na(KL d(d quite wcll on t ne com^i,.;,,.,] Q, toam among AST season he was second in both v i 11 ready Is F. Gun Munro who last year defeated the Local Singi< Taylor and Dr. C. Tranquility's team are: — MEM M (ruchle) Nothnage 1 F Hun Munro. 1' Wadell. A. DeScandella. and He scored 851 runs In 26 innings. His highest score was 166 and his paratively few occasions on avenge 34.04. li ' amm but no had to rxert himself thli was sufficient to earn him second place in the bowling averages Evciton started oft defending tne pions %  > > vZ .even wicket, taken a. a cos. of >Jjj M ber ol lha 18 M.C C loui „ rnrr „ w „ hc ,„„„ o( Individual amount ol wickets on any side durum UM tour —30— at a f(trir ||} ,. rlUrc .half Cadogan whi. V.-itcuil. D rost of 38.2B runs each and sent down 511 :i ,1 alter running several T S His lelt arm slows were tlwayi Ita p a ct ad attbMUjb %  :,r.l\ !.. kick the ball away from I.ADII trated too much on naj %  halsman as well and will obviously be '"•• ta) watch in that team. R. Jenkins, alow leg break and googly bowlet wUl !• player that will surely earn considerable respect Irom the W.st Into! In his having been "sent the M I .... • %  % %  ***ii _. In AH inmo( U.' THE "JAMAICAN SIXER" is the name .f a i %  : introduced to London at a party given at the Savoy v the Sugar Manufacturers Association of Jamaica Indian team now in England. Invented by Mr A \ Davidge. winner of the 1949 Jamaica Rum C'CK-k'-ail Competition, it is made ol the following ingredients: I ACKNOWLEDGE with many thanks a copy of th, -BV,^ naica rum; 16 Apricot Broed r s' Review" Volume XXXVII, 1948. Founded in lllji? Brandy. 10 Creme dc Cacao. ^^ o( Ule Bri ,„ h Bloodstock Agency Ltd and published _5* Dash of Peach Bitters; Dasn or | —^ hau> ll ^ Bme a | mo t the bible of British hr~ _~ Grenadine. Fresh lemon ice-shakes Sir Pelhar. the Urn <"" '" "}" lha Bloodstock Breeders' Review" was one .f the four work,,,Wt*l indies and nrst played crickCOMUlwa by him to ve-ify his facts and round off h J7 morning Tn."mfnitwurl with Th. other three work, he consulted were : "The Racing c^ !Tn !" ve ncUooy bowling to me ..^ General Stud Book", and ••Ruff, Guide to the Turf" along the gallery round our house. It was a perfect wicket I had the great honour to play 'orjhe -—^ ascriptions of horses and races not to mention lish of owners ol me !" N U. !" -. m~, IIUUIUMJ luice these books have become almost the bible of British hon rfcj^ ,: lo have they become from year to year that when CaoTri ronunit nmwnp sa t Oown to write his famous "History of the Bina,,: 1 ••I of the latter are mainly reference books listing straight factual a^ we ma) guess that the Bloodstock Breeders' Review often haBB? Mildred CamBlades, Everton's InslJe-right who bridge, Miss II. Tresti..:l. Mi. was on the verge of sending in %  C n.v.iteuil and Miss Anita "stinger" at close range and which Rcid likely might i Al1 "' 'he above players have %  '"" "—• -** _„_l last season culmlnatwith Kv rton continued on the attach who is making his first %  ] luded M %  %  there was witanc* foi wbiefa nessed some tine head passing *•Tlw l^cal IWi hsu not yet forwards in Spart..> %  The danger w.. .iveitMM ''' ladies hove t teDO* and soon after their forwards MI -.,.., : ; (or the first time. Laft-wfaffl I <• got possession of the bwll n( j and centred accurately but no one .;; ,*.sition and the baj ha Quickly alter, Johnson .t kntlda right who was now sjBttinfj Inl stride, received a go--' ; goal area fi.: kith Of the goal. Spartan were i name A few for scoring Captain The tournament l !2th. T'dad Merchants XI Tours SI. Lucia The ST. LUCIA, April 28. tourlof Merchan: from Trinidad, playing a final Test iidi tide the moat at them t.oal.,, V|| ., %  %  :.|. tot*] of 240 of South AMCf. & 1.226 runs an inningj of 10 a.s ; •• rUnSCflCh (HMMh UiAINSI MAN1 TO! KIMS R .T.D.PBRKC the first ball to the optnlnfl bgAflmeo ol b i probably i ""' Iam '' Australians New BjaJ Indians West Indians have been opening U "J 0 ^ against Wore lVin ,,,t, """ rlumV T '," ^ wl the first ball of 1 %  liiael Itfwi '" '" *' In 874 overs he captm %  "verage coat of 23 n nil . L Outebobn bottl ,„ passed the '.housaiui scored 1,178 ut and — l( f n T^ run runs per i WON -l\ IIMIS W OBCKSTERSH1RI in tin scored V : Thev twice ddeated I tonshirc M,. *! J"' £^ „ „ I Bklmxr Rlektal part„ County ol —• ,„,_,„.,,„„, m •;'a '.Jo z r J p dr ,or5h '" WHOSAYS SOI 1 I I.H II I d Jm Zar and Shuffler wi A vcellrnl displays hc vu ,. d ^ whcn slumps wtn " %  li awn. wtthoot unduly weakening th. the left uc'iuamted ri _. wing and to a slightly lesser de.[,... Keith Walcott on the right truUu|i ,1 you ibOUM SUtl building your next b , ,i If th. v. HOI (i\ \ PAH T 1 *?***£ ln,l,erTe.m 900 th .t mtimate stories of many of the leading personalities o, „ came to this country. I am too ;urt The story behind the history so to speak. T TCfc old to boast—but I'm "8 and not !ribule cou ld be paid to this book. out! Perhaps you will forgive me if I mention that I made a htinDuring the last World War the book naturally Tiffertd. dga dred. I remember going in to ,„,.„„_, u, e i, c k of paper, but a great deal from the scarcity ig^ bat with Oliver. He nearly ran me B( inimitable style of the late Mi fZ Happv Visit was forced to giva way to more brief accounts of the doings ol EW Well two years ago. alter 50 thoroughbreds and the sportsmen who breed and race them g^ years' absence from the West lhetaK the books lost none of their historic value After -j, indies, I had the great good for^ ^^ d d nol relurn to normal the brief style continual v 1""' e „ „„ F ';;;, 1 S t £SSST Sw^d. TkSH !" ?l ^oro ^ back . fuller stories which inake for more ^ %  .I" •'"" %  >•• _ broadcasting reports and comcan assure you I had the most roa dlng. It is to be hoped that it wiU not be long before th. ^ ,, T 't r ii'.V", it, i^l mentanes on the West Indian glorious and happy time that any Edilor M r Bernard CSullivan, will have as much spate, k (",'iituu an 1 l'.'i ' ,our bel "; ".I dc """ 1 man could h "" 'V? sphe !" i^ desira. and so do justice to his subject in the fashion set by ,. I captain ami IOI tn> (l BI n ngements In this connechie, i was complel. ly spoiled. %  %  " "" %  "" % %  Local Team pr llarold Skeete ion and hc lal wlvdra hl n kindness, hospitality and Mr Moorhouse. been selected non-playing ?n whi< .„ lhKe broa dcasts will be „„ Mio „ , h>n nevor forget. But what pleaaea me more than ever about tins latest T^ |.'.oI..,'..! %  SIR 1-1 I II \M IV MtM 11 W.I. Cricket Broadcasts "In n* part of the British ; nd here m y West Indian pride must be pardoned, is that lira, Test MatcfWC Ball by ball comEmpire is cricket more eloaely ,,„, tltnc | n ,he history of the Annual, there is :i |.i--ture ol M( bout each day's foUowed and more keenly pUyed. from 10.15 to 17 45 GMT on EnUmataani U play our Creoles winning one of our classics. Of course I '-nee I coming out because I sent it myself, but that does not u from lit.15 to 14.00 GMT will also Mateh. the whole pi Pried <>n H* 85 metres, 15.07 megat;-1 with ears and everybody i' ryine the match And -*o well educated are the WeM Indlai ded ., ., .oild History of the thoroughbred, fur such a '""" A hat the Bloodsto..!: Breeders' !. %  -. e beetan i -"~^T.X"''' !" k ing eommentarles will bo given on (uilf-hfiur's play befon decided to 10 back ci and the Tet Match i I tIAll Hi 21 on the %  "tith r .n grand style i. attempt! at punchfot |K loss (lt G U) ,k,. t ,,, before i uncn niin 12 no to I2.'30 GMT the school* are lven an extra 1 ball Into the ri e ,j|<,>c of play. 1; <- metres. 17.70 megaweekI call that proper education arhtfUa foi The Merchants XI W04) UK 15.14 —cricket i* the jreatent cdurahalf-time found both teams ouand elected to bat on .1 perfect 1., %  halftinn you ran have. tiring but still on lha wicket Luncbthne ilndnig the hour of th* dhya ptay from IT 00 -i want to warn the English for that initial goal which icor* 1^ wlthoul [ 0 n.30 GMT on 13.84 metres, cricketers—my countrynv m Ighthl ''.he difference Josejid 878 meg*, on the^three days of vcry g00 d. Next to the Austra,.,h Kallo, went quickly after lunch he match. May 6th. 8th and Mh. vi7K„,, ihn game Mmimad '" U ,,er ,,a,s wcnt Hans they are the best of our following matches: .Ticketing Dominions and T think MCC—Sat., Mon., Tues., 'bey are going to dc very well In May 20, 22 and 23, this country. I don't want EnsKACING IN KKNYA WHAT IS ALSO OF ABSORBING INTEREST in thu rdajt ve book is an account of racing ami breeding m the cokej^ Not that I am so terribly interested because thereby in that colony, but rather because of the intern! c| tav oade with racing In the Weet Indies. Now the racing or bnreding of the thoroughbred in Kenya ran old. There is also no doubt that it is not on a very !q %  cause 1 sec that there were 195 races and the total ofered amounted to £15.755. For these races a total of JH* 200 horses were in training. Against these figures one mi£ht a* that we are better oil because in the same year there were 111 Olnmoron flat. Mon. Tues., land to lose, on the other hand I |n the Wesl j n( |ies for which a total of £114.008 in stakes wnp -1 'OIU.IKMRll MUM H WI--I ir.l liinim. 1. neat Ivlirii*.! KMIIIHI lb w b enirk Nliinialh IbW., b Klli.k Ull krt-kpt. I. Sirwarl Clark* b Einck n C. Juiwr iwrt out ... Extra 17, 29 and 30. Mini.. Tues.. I, :tl and Aug. 1. Glamorgan—Sat, Mon., Tues., \ 7, and 8, Middlesex—Siit.. Mon.. B ClIcR E EIIM'k atawati M-l 1 %  Heece was called upon to save and did H well especially when Walcott sent In from the irlni il falrl) i i When Bverlon again got going c Pul > • 11 lha left wing not the ,T h ^; !" i, 4 %  1,1 —< • %  *•"but Hen was ——— euity whi % %  notonlj lo avtm ^parun: Han 1 %  bOB amm I |doj Hayne., Walcott, iohnaOD, Evelyn, lshmael. t nase. hu .,1,1,.., th. hMdR0W1 1.1 Mjet,8 QilpWir, ,,.,!! Bteede iM Orto. C01 ',.1 Wilkin wa I ••• %  %  -.till to plej ini'i.l. VOI ^^. l i81 Ml N • N UndwaU, IMU %  %  %  ,,f the Ural wet 1 v. a the %  ( UKNOT AN Al S1K\LI\ ins bein| the eaae, it is obvious that the West Indii Uwtlca of the Australian team since ther Aug. 26, 28 and 29. commentaries will be given from 12.00 to 12.30 GMT on 16.95 70 megacycles and on 19.85 metres, 15.07 megacycles I7.no |o 17.30 GMT on 16.95 metres, 17.70 megacycles With additional commentaries on from 14 45 to 18.15 GMT on Ifi.lli met.. %  -beginning on Saturday, May 1? 1 tun U'ginning on Saturday, June 3, beginning on Saturday, June 17. Hampahlrc beginning tly 1. • winning on Saturday, July 8, Derbyshire — beginning on 1.-. 15, Gloucestershire—beginning on Baturd commentaries will be iven on the Opening day only from 14.45 to 15.15 GMT on 16.95 metres, 17 70 megacycles. All Match*! In addition to the 1 in the day's play will be afTan 1 ;. every day of want to see mv countrymen do vcrv well, which I mi confident they will do. I should like to ate the match level and Ennlanii winning by one wicket you will M how very neutral 1 am'" -B.I* P vided. while 329 horses took part. But where we suffer by comparison, in my opinion, is la afj of the distances provided .'or our races in general Hi particular our classic events. Owners, breeders and traiami Kenya, have not apparently shared the view of their Wes a. rtsj when it comes to Judging the capabilities of tharH it is found that the Derby Trial Stakes is 1>* mile. East African Derby is lfe miles and the Kenya St. Leger lfca 1 Now I am not going to suggest that the men who control a I\WA|I.O11 \l th.1 ReasrM id •< Caraaam. %  d ut 81 LsMAard'a Itofcrcc: Mr C. on jemmott. My *lh: Rrd Unn-i ihe Bay. lUfr*M: Mr. B. RoiHlvr* v. COIU at St lii-fn-M Mr O. Gnhjuit St jgrt lh lW vW.-..1I '%  :• I uT Stall IUfw: Mr. J. Anhrr Mrimalt n N il.* Bay. RcfvM: Mr. o WntrTir* vn rUrkli-TiMDird'i. 1 SI Uy< Old llu>< n WJV.I1 S(Kirt> t'hib ul Shea. fUfr: Mr. B. C.ark. 1. ktapta .,: iii.r:il:--T Laei M-d BRIDGE BUILDER DIES SYDNKV \ SH Hal; I 11. ii. .in. 11 %  mi. match In lha Waal Indlaa and bulldar of ttw world's heavl"i" 1 hy *ould w iwraut with thp ridiculous statp ol airan Waal !<.n, Jamaica. will oa glad to answer I match stand now b> hat (i on any ol the above in. %  1 %  1, % %  to toko I B. WIlllS -Hi in —( -11. Press 1. Ttu , .' ibaaa In u ii CAMAREES WINS which Is no. dear. A J ll J? W ^ RKE 7 ,1 tlnu In British OuUna la „ NEWMARKET, Ap.,i K. I ... i..,,. ciMT' tamidea camarees time of one minute. _. bound> : "* S 37 aaea. in wlnnina tne on!v l! -> '' a ".lie and a quarter in the last 15 yeaim. ire 4 hours; T h*>us*"d Guineas Classic was a The time is fast approaching when we must change this W %  '.are tracing back lo the l rl England, it 3 I type, has to wait another six months before be has•* %  %  one race suitable to his horse, only to find, that by tW" b hois.can just get a mile and ISO --ardi Whata*>" set of names might havo been writU-n on the svroll had tbi : 1 record for ttu MgfsM f> On page S. NEW Mobiloil II iih Amaxing New Protective Properties For Your Car's l.tinine Kaaai insslnas Cleanar — \, .. \l,.l. II laaaIN naaai %  '.• %  •'•' h i........ -. hi loinuii,.. on I rlsaja iim sai, Improves Car Pirfo-.nanco — l • ill keep kOUl -Htm. etooi laitrr, aceleraD sjotca frlfes Prolong! tnglne's Lite %  haul* 1 IOYANCI" 'Joyi^ce is probably the most famous children's sandal in r today. It is simply and sturdily mid strong. *upple leather, and thick plantation creperubbt the, result of a -oentifn survey of hundreds ol children's feet. It's a lovely sandal. DlmUlk.i £-LOAMI SANDALS When ^ strikes Nurse saysthat for the quick and sure relief from Head and Chest Colds. Bronchitis, Coujhi, Citarrh. Sore Throat. Rheumatism. Lumbago. Sciatica. Neuritis, Neuralgia. Toothache, Muscular Pams and Strains, Bruises. Scratches. Insect Bites, and other Aches and Pains, there is nothing better than Thermogete Medicated Rub Soheab.ig! Soothing! Relieving! Tryli — v u p will say it is a real blessing! remember Phensic / Wnco you feel suff wiih pain and every movement makes you want cry oul remember Pha* PhcnsR.' w,!i qui.kly ease and wotnc the agony, lift pain-caused fatigue, rcnove the weariness. Pbcmic nciiher barms the heart nor upsets the stomach. Be prepared for sudden pain keep a supply of Pbcnsk handy. 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aajftUl APRH %  #. 1M SI \n.\v invn \n Football Fixtures „.r I.IM %  %  %jn> EVFXTOV CopP ,n fsSK %  "SkroV SPARTAN MICOSD DIVISION ratal' MVMWM -__„, .. I VM.PC TlE.1*. R _22T MM I I-*"'' 'JS? 1 *' YMCA. • %  III... -*)? • aSTl: UPC U "J'lUkKM •>•"• %  {£,„ ,. IWM Bulk l„. —* N " ,V '" M i,.i iini-m* 'ygjGfmm' %  "• ni,(i Coppln ta*a<*j ""?vfll"" I AIM TON mchartMiv^ SICOND DITIUOH %  %  tfSfcTv.Mre fl I Amor?PAC.K HIVK i 4ft. lin. Steal, The Spotlight Arsenal Wins F.A. Cup For Third Time 100,000 See Liverpool DrublwH 2-0 English Football Results %  MUM ** ** %  %  ""'sPAin-AN hwPIIU. Br!,ir* D W 3av*TBran rnviniON *89rJ /'SHELL *I 8to.k Bart JOUSEHMBH'E''" FOnTRESS a\ g %  Mn i i R,f,.iA I.hmac-I I (SS ihMnli-t Hull IW-iC. Smith. WILL v. NOTRE DAME at Stall Brtrire F Edward.. LODGE I FORTRESS il Lodcr %  ;... %  .. PTKWICK-ROVERS v POLICE M Kami*.:'" %  •Jrt*-L Ti %  •IMPr EVERTON at a***Ha %  Table Tennis %  TJtCA. I vi. 1 aw. at :. t 1 Garltan >K 2, .>t oo p.m. Kmrark %  HV t •< BVtrtM vi M l .1 %  pin BMrU>n 2 v, V M.C.A. 1— %  -' EfoaKtyn n V M.PC W..h>.-. i^i^HL at sao i.. lUllI '. M p in tWtnti 1 %  HnMiv May J. -r Abaay Hiring v, V MCA I llMndiy. May 4 -: MW RITI YU.C* i * %  Ma, 4. ai ;.* o n %  Bttiu .• Bkarnrocfc Thur*d. JSrlion iHn-pklvi,prldnv. lfeff i. *t • n lirtnm vi Ei.noii i Pndav, HjfV-t 130 p.m. nnUy. '^^ %  KS-Th*. InUT'Club Knockoul ^ %  VMinui will -lan iwx( SBlut•jr. -t tan. Ctm. Timr 4 n m Poui ulivrf WEMBLEY 8TADH London, April 29. %  : %  :i h.ilf from the t< M of LMkk ltd Eteg ;. % %  iiu-ir opponents, for wild go right. [ndaod Liverpool forced eleven corners tc. three, but the opportiKi. i raiding Lun.lun ft (he south %  well-dc M torv. %  OIH) fant, paying new %  aw .i keen r.v.-i ty of ihnllp. Ibey ,iv. HH LOW %  %  %  •"i V Hi • loving forwards, who swung the i but il.%  I pool. Joe Marcer, thi i tain, bad balf, while Scoettili Lnternational i the line. el ind nun : the foi ttle Jimmy Login well at i, %  %  ed off. I minute, when Albert Stubbing, the L wan throw from Lidclell. but ing he centred across the goal .ii to pop the bail %  ;oOd foot%  l sand their paas*-> • %  Mien U1 nth minute Li %  UnVulty ii tting fro I PU1 Taylor had to lea v. to lUgtll %  •oncusston On his ret' %  :i First Stubbins .. %  : nly the %  . of the advancing Swindon .. Stubblni heading Liverpool".-. effOi % %  %  mptoi %  ool: Sldluu Spicer. r Jones —Reuter. >\ April . I \ < U|i I in.I -l-.l DhMM H.II.I.^ 4 *'1% ..... atvattord llOld 1. ltl. %  is. Canlii' %  ton, %  lira* 0 .1 v la* VilL. 1. B..H.. II %  %  %  •ooltaatl li,i.r o, \ : .-I -...in.h l4MWm UKMWh II %  'ra I IhiKl IlUtu** Soulhwrai %  i llwaU 3. llcMn Norttumpioi %  i ilium Utiilrtl 1 ....... IN II %  OalMltvad J. Hanow 1. il.m.Town i ouiham AihhriKI. Hartl 1 I Mlad 2. KoclvMalF I. Wivilum I 'Kh.M.L. %  I %  I % %  i>itm I. Foitai Alhletn J Itraltr. Rtrin Prevent* Four Guinea Yesterday on. A from being i ad the 1 lib involved i iinorgan R< i Oval, and the tatun v B Yorkal I or ( budge Univereiw v. B ,, Oxford Univerait) % %  terahlre .ii ' %  iniii -..,. %  ., i-eused the poasibUity of uoini; the Soccer Cup mu like thousands of phi, lound they could no; Basebali: Mafor League Games NEW YOHK. \, : III the i laaguw %  vare U St. l-imis Cardlnali ;t. Plttaburgh i, Clncinnattl lUv. < Chicago Cubs E*hllacR ipin.i \Uiletn-.s |, Boaton Hen B % %  it Ti.... | white Son Browne —Router Flying Saucers With Men In Them %  n*' mllitar\ : %  p.ianc capet". Pledvabuena. in seuthen Argentina recentlv In a letter to the B newspaper La Raion. fanner Wllrrede H Atevalo. descnbiM hem he saw the ftyii •It landed sotuj on lh> 'bout Degplt i waa latch* hmv %  ... ... i ,,,.,,. %  • m a rhin e which 'ggtve baUaaaM rular plati %  added— .. ord Its itructu me other iigbi meti %  erlceJ gia oabeo Poui reaaed in white, iiiht cMl %  itaMted UM %  tha diaraI ret. i.^.iiim%  %  i*ire maiinei Tfuu :.. %  in' %  '" % %  r added %  i i. IIIAH \-i|. ire MH Uu 1 ... i I Mutt* unlit op ten tiagan moke and i i 11 lose a^ : %  moaning sound and within .1 EM ->' [i..nn in %  M that .mother '' icnlne Covered In the kv U the Mist A feu |^ KaatHi printed the lettot ten reported thai th afiniatry oi NaUonal %  %  %  millt .11 authontle further datalli -I.N.S. BOXING BOUT IN U.S. MEW YOHK. April J7 II lenllna Haavyweight Champion, hat here from South America to soak match with Rocky Roland of the 1 mteil States. Hrion lost to Ro' %  • %  -' em lb in in Wi Mman -f the InternatioiKil Hoxin,' club "ho met Mi nm 195 to 20 1 pound APRIL 30 NO. 117 RACING WTES • Horn p,r 4 b i E Mil %  IIIM ...liiiliK I I %  fur mure nil' mixper day. U publto miKli iircler thfir mom-) I. ,. s twe minuUa. inatpwl of 0O>, Mora i I Bmm BomhiT ami I. ii.u t. i liora.*. The Austin 104&$7%G A TREMENDOUS LEAD! For 15 years Michelin have been making the 241b. pressure tyreProfit by their experience NEW 2 AND 5 TON TRUCKS FOR 195. CAB : Roomy. : ... %  %  . aCaaalni pegsyj AM %  FARTS AMD BIAVICI CHASSIS: AUSTIN -you can depena a* itl Choose MICHELIN the supple Lyre of quality DOWOING ESTATES & TRADING CO. L (ICISTUN BOS | ... 1371 1 174 BAY STREET • BR:CGETOWN %  ltiN MO, 0 ,,„„ coaroai The Topic of Last Week The children, are lively aim $&/ % % %  KLIM is so good M <7 it fcseps them that way tm >oi ELSIE the BOPDEN cow KLIM^MIIK flBST IN niflKNCI T;'I woeii Wall lat in* lali in* >ton in DaiMMl Hr i.wk an idla >UiM mm %  inn .* %  Itaiiu.To (allow a (HMM man r"ui Trliu^adian .1 | Cmmm ban to glv* a aho* IhM maiul atl Drtridaa not li> aw Mir "pa—>4M>" (cllo* Mu liaopirol of %  OrrMM .ik.. ^ llolU...| ,ia4..ci 'Hh • %  Kraa* 9*IMI..I %  -o Kobon look tha> l\ 11 •W lu'B nwnwy thou ..nan Ha rM lhii homa la.l t laiu im'ra lao •Ac^-MfhicaT l • llrajcl faonna Uia avar think aboaC boy You prt-ft-r iraach b4a chat. .ao HU oh! Iu b pallonl Don't trawrt lUbart (Kal way rhara'r* moro ahort uahtcti aopir> li inroad nui rn*** .md mui %  wtm-ii iniaara -* our door Wr navr ba*a lallina Uajana Th* —nu'.hiMd dil laat *t*r Mui like -Jvort iiataiad ia..They j.. liandau*d *1Ul f* r fair IS OrW rcnu-mher %  Silvilcrin DOES GROW HAIR %  ihraaJog use tiju rboa 1 %  Slhlkrln Lkbpraiorlc* lid. I %  I inland. „ n. rU. .—4 hop* lb*y need To our .hurt-Habtad leaden ..in >ou n*W, lake heed Moie p*opte will b* liappj Mar* poupl* 10* will lay %  ir OMBU-adei !* %  ilnnk JAR lo-da> spontored by J & R BAKERIES mukcra of ENRICHED BREAD and the bUndcrs of J & R RUM Write Direct or Airmail (or Fatherly Advice—Fret A KEY POSITION.. KHIST CHOOSE YOUR I'AKLLK iCCOUIIiBCf •tiatiss tin • 1 %  sums • sai MI '• CaJriailT CRIMIIiai cmt siavicc III 1. mi '""H vM,,|i f naiKiimii s.p.i I BIPI ( %  II. Mu* > % %  0; %  ! %  uaaiatis WI>ITICI aatiiciiiAiisa %  Will Maino tliaaiiiriliadiiai t*! IMvl *„. iicaiiiaom* • mil 14*1 ,i..., iruniii* %  •aiun %  aasi Miakaiai lra*3. BE •4 M> • FOR YOU Start training or it SOW! Th*,. .. .nil ,<,<,„ ., th* op ;„ th# luliy QU#|rfl#man -h* 11 t.ited lor in* f*fe YOU tan b* thai *B .our fulur* iiiwadb, tlbdvmjil bom* in youi ipir. i in „ BUtdad by Ih* p*..onal lu.lion ol Th* l*nr^| t Coliag* D. .line* m.Ue, o dill*,.r><:*. WE WILL HELP YOU TO ACHIEVE YOUH AMBITION C*t your feat on Ih* ladder ol IIIC<*M TODAY Writ* to U* laaasM Coll** and) loam how Ihounndi ol peopl* |uil li|* m ha** reached Ih* lop with tl.* M fl hl guidance A -*ll pa.d l*b cm h* voura .i.-l tK„ n la*ail loi-e-tim* • tbdy NOW Ditrct Mail to DEe>T. 1ft Bennett College SHEFFIELD. ENGLAND @ TKA\< 4UKLU 4IBLINE ,^ TWA J.8. hour Steps lo Four Continents 1. MiKiKa. I run. WOltt Ani,ii ,11 [be pal .me. ..I the i Bind Stttw 2. I.uropr. ComeCttB| Shamn.ii. Plri JIKl I lxlv.li I. Vlrka. Mony lllc N, i;h ( .,.,.: %  ,. 4 \~ia. I w \ haw H ... g| and Bomba) ii ladk Shell supplv Iran, \\ rilh MfiMiM lud lad oil .ii nan> poiaO ih:ougliuui the world I <>l< l \ / I < %  it CONTINENTAL IIRLINBS



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"77 jaa *T. APML 3. lMt SUNDAY ADVOCATE TyjW"^ / BY CARL ANDERSON PACE THIRTEEN h "vo^^aoo-w*..* -,-W->0 MOUSE — u ..oo 1 ,erc S s - S == A ,\ V TWB CO-LS: BY WALT DISNEY UMHII ,1 4 illl'l IS Siirs: Mt hy T> 1 fi. mil 101 fl. hv ft. Also I 1X4)1 I I >l IK ROLLS 6ft. wide All very rcnsimable in Price. r.-ljUlislKM I860 1. IllltliKIM Ltd. Incorporated 1920 BROADWAY Mill lll\ NIUW ~T()(KIN<;s sl.6 ptr pair mil s'ladra PLASTIC 3" wide In WMl Blur. Ltmon pink c. pr yd. BOYS PLASTIC BELTS moltl roloLT Se. rach %  VI1' KIBBIIN in Krd. Black. Navy MM <;rrrn READY.MADK SPDKT WEAK FOR LAMES AT THE lIMl\llW\. IMIISS SHOP K. O. .VVXO* X.'M f~? SO • MV OBSTINATE FRiihOAOAii TO HlfP M Bl.5i-.Si:SfCAfiTS 0 ***/&*** CAl/SHfD • THE LONE RANGER • ee*T>twe IMKE %  arroivntufi € %  1 DVTnjJJLf %  KM. UK OORtl 11 % % %  — '—a— a> Ca. laa. Gordons SUPPLIES AGAIN AVAJLABLfl WRE \m SLC! ..elHIMFMi KEEP UP WITH ;—^[eaiD.y,E cor KJ GET T* Fr WE, (7 BY FRANK STRIKER NOW BLAZE 15'WM WW. HE HASN'T £V£K REAO.EC> THE THAU. TC THE IS. ^ TCP of *ts CUFF. *-"*/AND 1 oo> RINGING UP FATHER -*J5>*. -Jk-^ ..*..' BY GEORGE MC.MANUS t\CL> -O'. %  FRiS^'E^EO...' .(' BY ALEX RAYM ON D SO...I OiO WHAT ANVONB ^ L WOULO DO—I JfSTTHRBW THE -^ __ NECKLACE s^sJamz* When its You can rely on it. IMI suti \l. IM.IMN MUIIM IM.IMS mi si;i iiiiiiiii si is n >llIM. SETS ELECTBIC SALES A M IKVH I LTD. TWEEDSIDE ROAD. ST. MICHAEL \^C-<-aiE/ I rS (PUT UP THE OUN, MWSSERI I'LL \ O0IVE Yu-t TOTHE BP9TL, PHANTOM IAM7HEOWYONEl£Fi:0&rl3.T WHO WAUS. THE UICWONES ILED INTO THE WOCCS -THE OTHERS ABE MAP OR PBISONECS BY LEE FALK a RAY MOORES VOU SAW V VES/HES Tail AC A THIS APIV TREE.'HE POSHED OVER tX'OO^f? HUTS-OURWAtdOK THE BARBADOS MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY. ANNOUNCES THE APPOINTMENT OF MR. DENES ATM A SOX TO BE CANVASSER AT BARBADOS IN THE ROOM OF MR. D.H. AEMMYNE* RESIGNED OWNED BY THE POL1CYHOLDERS MANACED BY THE POLICYHOLDERS. FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE POLICYHOLDERS. J. N. WALCOTT ) DENIS ATKINSON) Canvassing Agents. C. K. BROWNE, Secretary.



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TWO -.( MMI W>\IH Ml. MM).\V. APRIL 3, ,, i Qahib Calling MR. PHILIP HEWITT WRING. Public Relations Adviser to Colonial Development and Welfare < backing; camera) shakes hands with the new Comptroller for Development and W<'lf.in\ Sir Georie Set! LCCktO it the Baggage Warehouse yesterday H ON HAROLD ROBINSON Chairman nf K W I S A .irrived from Trinidad B.W.l.A. for discussions Senior Mistress rriav wISS W I <*" ""• by B.W.I.A. for discussions with iYI Senior Mislresscs at S. Mr. E. H. Robinson. Preside! >1 School, returned by the Barbados Sugar Producers the 'Colflto' yesterday after spendAssociation. Hon. G. D L PU • mg nine months in England <-n ;.nd Hon. H A Cuke. M LC He holiday returned to Trinidad the ifternoon Police Chief. Gold Co.it H/fR. M K M CommisMotier of Poll %  liens and their daughter Miss DtirdeColk morning fro-n the 1'K where they will spend ar*o\i*. six weeks* hoitd.iv Mr. Collcns who was a member of the Trinidad Police Force about .' Superintendent told Carlb that he was now visiting that colony to r* ues during his polire .tays. He said that he is on six months' |MV Ukd the rest ol the time will be spoilt in England, the mnin .. Cricket (era During his short stay in BarbaCoL R. •' %  of Police with whom he spent II the NiKcc.i Pottcs Force. Eight Months at Oxford H4H ACHILLE P1NARD. AssUtant Government Secretary in Dominica is on his way home after an eight months' course at Oxford on Colonial Administraimn He arrived in Barbados yesterday by the GoI;tr.>. !* %  henuntil he eBfl ISSim •' P I passage to Doir i Nearly Two Years M ISS Nell Archer, aft. tug nearly England returned yesterday by Bto". On Long Leave M R w. Nlcholb (WO children. Margaret an England. T* weeks ago. tfcey are Mr. %  with Mr. MkrhaJb %  > tfcJT ? Rev. and Mrs. J. R v of Belleville, and they expect to be here for about four months; he is on long leave and nasn t been home in three and I half years Engaged rr*HE sagafi nounced on Wodnes-i i ning In Trinidad between Elaine Hutson. the di.ugh v Dr. and Mr1. R Hutson of Antigua, and Mr Harold Bm younger son of Mr and Mr I i. rrer.-i. Snr ,, Roth Bakaa md ft raid i known in Barbados N them used to go to school henAway For Iwo Weeks M R. A. E TAYLOR and his grandson Alfred Caracas yesterday by B.W 1 A They expect to be msfes, Young Alfred is going to Caracas to visit some of his little Spanish girl friends, some of his Barbadian girl Inends on toe Hastings Rocks may take 'a dim view of this.' Mr. and Mn. Flying to Valparaiso M R H C REYNOLDS, tinnew Chief Officer of the Cable Ship ffltctri was an intranllt passenger un the Golfito for a Prom Trinidad he A. II flj i and Join his .ship U* I ship was Ritreaatr stationed in Singapore. He is relieving Mr. Cross on the Elecira. BERGOUGNAN TYRES IMAMVIIOVN i.Tn.-Oistributors tko Most [a jerly Awaited Motion I'Muro In >" • Hermetically Scaled Unit • S SMI OamMM • Ml stcrl Cabinet. • Kruiiuiiiir.il In .i|ierale. YOUR INSPECTION 'NVITED THE CORNER STORE JOISOM smes i AGAIN i.i.oiir. IOMI1 al H.JO and MONUW :< A > %  KVSK tHH OENE -IN \IR.\ Mil I m IN \ii.\l-. pnuhliurltHin M "Mike" Hunte • Married Yesterday Y ESTERDAY afternoon at 4 o'clock the James S ti l l Methodist Church was attractively Id as Miss Gloria Warren, daughter of Mrs. Beryl Warren of %  Ravburn. My Lord's Hill and the late Mr. Byron Warren was married to Mr H C. 'Mike' Hunte son of Mr. and Mrs. M. It. Hunte of Ethelridge', Bank Ball The ceremony which was fully choral was performed by the Rev. Frank Lawrence. I The IJnde m uscoiled up tho [aiala by bar brohtar %l>Kennatk Warren and she pit beautiful picture In ;i cloud pink latin dress, wll fitting Ixxtiee and H< was held %  lulls. H.t inakekCJ m Bains Kn %  %  I Dorotbj : : i %  %  the Untie was ths Brt %  bossed organza with off Ike shoulder neaitttne Hi of the an and held in plaM Of white flowers. She Vletorun posy of whtta and pink gerbtl Hi C Allans R i man. and at 'Bev.'ili'.v' Btrathcl] The bappB to spend then oon at Edgewater Hotel. Huth>heba. wbsMauia %  lUSC With Molly RJJJ 'ho-nowi^S the Golfll* tna £2 .... Mr. n T Uadmn, leh, wLTCfi '•wo i wiaWsl? %  A Leading Meais, M r T w EWORK--. pently in Battondinit the ctmfeT ol Ciwtt J I nt the litCi— of his stay with his fr! %  Km?J InRS. Durini Mr. WorreBj number >>1 his fnendi mm* uncheoq J& S % %  them were Mmi. v, C,(k*.3 Mr. W W. Heece, KC £ General. l)r L. Wara.MrDi Ward. Mr H. A. Tutolf M' C. A. CopW'ti ment An.il.vst. Dr. A. hafl another visitor from TTOMMT Kirton. Mr. John PerrelnLi Bronki-r n.l Mr. IW tf M.C P. Mr Worrell. wBoiij 1 -of the Anai] to Tnnidjjd] ' I the Creole r ie to be rustfi two. During taa Iso saw ass 'i % % %  '.Lurounibnai Molly Radcliff'' Arrivei M : liis wire. %  %  Madams ' DanciiiHMr. M. v ; %  MX P To be Married Shortly %  %  morning bj i i iri>tn Van Arrived by the Golfito %  > %  Mr. and .. tner In W.l. Once Aw M 'V COWMS, III llw West Irdies Iki. ins nur >nta* iho "ColBto" imoutcuBH Ho iol %  in Barbisi the Went !ada one year ago. ( KHI.t O.V THE rows GRAND JEFFREYS BEER VARIETIES On IIIM)\. Mid mdnHlMSUAl ltd >l 8.M p.m. Wttfa I.ANDY UK MONTBRUN (The West Indian Bob Hope) and a*n YOUI Hall Tit k.i-. .it these Shows for you may be the dinner of one year's L Jieplmicntary to the GLOBE or a Case of JCFTkl PlU!, MlltM.% SHEARKR TYROM POWER CRVPTOQl OTK—Hen \ how to, work Ui V \ V III II \ \ \ K LONG! I LLO ^^ Cue letter simply stands for another, in this examule A fs used ,tl ^ li iU t L '''? f r thC tWO 0ft ,tc Sl "K' f •". •!>Uophies. the length and formation of the words are all hints. 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%  7T M'ltll 'County Prospects For 1950 By PETF.lt DITTON THE COUNTY CRICKET Championship appears to be open this Kason than for many years. Giver, normal nditions there are a half dozen sides one could expect to see engaged in the final battle for honr y M .liddlesex, if only by virtue of their sucmiijht again be regarded as joint favourites ex and Glamorgan should i-,v,iy when the honours are handed out. u-hi.v the Cricket could materially affect Middlesex OS*"*, o, h e News Chro-" ^rXadv -l^t his ref"i, as clear-cut winners .".%  • wu.u • a a.w, ,,..., ,„ MJ^S sharing his belief to Warwickshire. Tom Dollcrv. thei W rm I am inellmsl to professional rapialn it l sin. ^ .Qrn %  %  -••* %  ""• •" %  "ti—i'> — J -— .•_ SUNDAY UHii! I'XGI chances. Warwickshire This could be a K'Od year for their >-K**'' '" *• Count &f LS Sclav and Watson w !" * t " rtUl uncertain likelv £ |M their [V-'J'her 'i> IJ|:.'V faUt wU uniibii 'ftr the remainder of ino If his ii.nirv hai mended' tk_ „,ti1 Vtivo :i '.Iroili! tilX'Il1*51? valuable support 1 no " h "• %  -— ""• most games. Already Strong Side drtng valuable mp 1 22* J5. "" *">~ h ~">"i£ ioly are well off for spin E^os and D. V. Brennan, *•• gj."g one of the finest rtB-koepers in ic county. Northants. under the leadership — % % %  ,"' \ "rown. the present EnMlddlesex land captain. Improved 100 per Uddlnex under the leadership cent lasl season. They have been j. w V. 'Cock Il-il. ,is are reinforced by the special rcgls%  to give a chance .o youth, tration of Jock Livingstone the '* old ! small Aus.Talian wieket-kecper MtsmU ,CcotI Morton, who beside, rnd Ins presence will materially K goal-keeper for Watford u .., dy slnig StiU Club i. also a bowler side Keep a special ei sw medium pace are due or Clarke, Northants' voung lelt-arm l^led trials Com p.l>n Ed rich, fasi bowler. He showed line form *n and Robertson will aRnm !-ist season ,ind a repent nerfnrsiidfr the brunt of '.he battin-i i.unce this year could easily cam !" 1Laur.pGray. Jim Sims. Robins him a trip lo Australia with the [Jack Young will bo the mainnext M.C.C. side %  K of the attack Campion js Essex, who yr SUD„! :a be caUcd upon to bowi p'led England wMi two fast B this season than In recent bowlers in Fames and Nichols itadalsabsence..n : m iu, 0 i y ,„ do lhl „ this summer Trevor Bailer is dace' and if Kenneth Preston, in %  his reputation he will •Hso gain an En,'.. case, evrn it Preston does fiot pay against the West Indwa. U Mil have die bes: opening attack In the mintry. nub mm UOeulty will iv lo (M ^deqti.e. wn p n y,,. Tests are In progress If th, do this tnen they should havo ccessful season for years The capttiincy is in Ola capable hands of Doug. Insole .'.nd Ton IVarcv .,nd with -he extepdon of Price, who has ieiurn..ancashlrc. all of last se. %  ers wtu be available. red Cricket Wo-ld And tlnally Glamorgan. In 194$ %  .yorld n.ing the Championship for the lirst time in their history They fell to fjgbtn nlaeo last season when they wen handicapped bv an injury to W E Jones their left-rm all ivunder His absence for the last two months weakened the batting and threw an addi-n Muncer. the one pbUMT This year Jones is reported to oe lit and so GlamorI ould be at full siVcngth. Eaiilestone. the Middlesex lefthand batsman who joined them i>oclal rcgisiratton two sons ago has retired from llrst class cricket but in his place Glamorgan have signer! on Stan Montgo: uiiff cvnt/ehalf who is a more dlan useful batsman. Wilfred Wooller. (he former Welsh Rugby International will again captain the side. M GAMBOLS STANDARD BtlOCE iy M. Harrison-Cray I***** H,.nh North'Snuih C.amt. ir wK J HSit Aglll .... *ll &f !•> If III s (till lliv An example of a Dad and iinntctfaMty lOrcing T.il-oiOrfr North Or \ opening South Pid Tore* Spades. .\JitcT Nortt ried to Four Spade* ~ count wan not hlnh enouih to K .ind eoDtiButd \ when East encouraged with % •• A third Heart followed, •TM careful to x. n,n w*, „ telliim Wow for South had to i-vrr-riifT v\-ith •> J. promoting j i winninu '.rump trick In i the West hand. There w*. still it Club trick to be lost and boulh was one down, whereas Three No Trumpa would have been J certainty Lvnton lir'iH ifrt<*. Old Beef Mr. I't-Jisani VOU CAN RAVI cuuna IN-' lly applying to ... CNTITD INIUHJU 00. LIMITED Insarance t'ndcrwriUrs Marh'lt -Ireet. Clly WIRE DISH COVERS MARBLES LARGE COCKTAIL SHAKERS CLEAR PERSPEX SHEETS CB2UN& %  sOU' faONe C SKI *\AV TAKfLK TMirVrlOti LONDON. i-t-bcof loving EnKlishmen illy discovered that tlu-ir Saxon ancestors |prc-austerity> were also xreat trenchermen. Archat-ologlsts digging on .1 blitzed lita nt King*d.mri in the he,irt U U8U.il. % %  CBKr FOR THE BARBADOS REOIMENT k BARBADOS "ILIOE rORCE J"" S P Muuon, Son & Co., Ltd.. local agents (01 Jellieys Pnav,. .rranged tor Mr. Landy De Montbrun and %  aJn J v *""' h0 '" *• l,nl1 Hall on Monday. I May. 1950, %  *" Pm. for Members ot the Barbados Regiment and Police ^and Iheir wives. Admission will be free to in. at Si" 1 '" 1 "" d Po ce who are rK t" Ml l "> w !"' Band will be In at',. d %  bar 1 •gjl'no Interval. mauvi orricER a ORDERLY SERJEANT TOR WEEK END"">' MAY, M, >Bt lor duty ** r '" OtHcrr Orderly f l--.nl C. E. Neblett 235 L/S Quintync, K. These Goods have just arrived lo Jitastn's Slali(iiery & Hardware. Mr. nSHEBMANI! • %  I %  IMIlt IISII POI III u Hr luve the WIRI in am* i .•• n ,„ n in Width, ,, HX M SKEWES-COX, Major, S.O.L.F. It Adjutant, The Barbados Regiment NOTICES —_.]I General Meeting of the WOs i. Serjeants Ml *0 taok h UrS "" Salurda . 8 M *yM tal Athletic Meeting the 13 May. 50, hal • A„r.u '*"* aie notilied that the Regiment! J***" to Uke pl.ee at the Garrison on ... %  BIMI J -1 !" 01 ""''' Saturday. 17 June, 50. k-_I_ '" ^ '"" "I on Monday, 5 June, 50. WARD OF CONTROL ATKINSON FIELD 'OE SALE AT ATKINSON FIELD Demerara, British Onianu TANKS %  au, 0 ^."' Co trol, Atkinson Field, invites apiillcations for the t ATV.'e^ a numbe t of steel fuel storage .anks, at present l IBdTw F,ELD BR 'TISH OUIAWA. The approximate * tank' 1 110 "* are as follow.: — *~aVM~.* re "' w lded slt *' fdi'truction and are In good Capacity JJJJ U* Ola •H.00O niickneat S" Dla Lplh. IV x 32' 10"" x JO" Die. Depth SO x 12' Round Shape Cylindrical *"* win ML "ormi lly be sold "as Is" and •where Is", but %  d sllnv~l T0, '' lo *"*'*' over,e ul purchaseri by arranging *ea 3 ., Unk *' ^oa*" 1 •h^?i 1 0Ur ^ ** ** n n"" purchaaera by arranging "•i """">= at a coat sufficient to cover the expenses so %  l **dT?** houId ta dd r~aed to the Chief Executive control, Atkinaon Ik uiana. HADE, Secretary. Board of Control, Atkinso.. Field. 30.4 50—In. CHELSEA GARAGE (1950) LTD. HIT buiuMM has recently ba -.p.Mnnted Mr. DCosta il Payn ,,. ( of our Workshop. %  %  it compeuli >>iMH.-t to receiv* a large 'i '• oudl viiui parti CHELSEA GAFLAGE Phone 4264 „ 4224 •1950) LTD. Trafalgar Street. Chelua Road. (m RRANDRAM-HENDERSON PAINTS Ill B-H .3 baolc aeT*ln and elooB! Our Initial ahlpnent Is not so bl*. out rajular supplies will "ollow. Is dont sell all, only the best In paints !! A BARNES a CO.. LTD. V B. II O %% E I L Dial XN* Lumber anil Bardwatt, Itav Siren. • CARLTON WARE* Some ll...,.it,l„l l „|I,,,. s,.!s l,.,„. IM, „,,„ irieived .it us. nunMtoni euatomen who have been •Ml ,uv,„„ u ti„ M . BM ..,.r slu.v, window at i|, r II„,I.M,IOS Aqnaltt flub. LOUIS L. BAYLEY, Jtwai ttolton I-one. Soie MepreaenUUve Itnk-x Wuch Co. YOUR FAVOURITE DISTEMPER is in in "SUNFLEX" n .iipplyyiiu in the lollowm,; aolOlin Wlin K. I U \\|, IVIIKV. BUFF, KOSI SH.VKRHOBD, mn: • OaUBM TRY us BErXlni; PIIHCIIA: INC BLSIWUIRE Hie Barbados Hardware Co., Lid. (TBt HOUSE rOU BAI No. 33 4 52 SWAN STREET PBONE 2109. 3634 or 4406 WILLIAM FOGARTY LTD. Inc. B. G. Just Arrived WOTIIF.Il HUPMKNT OF: 'Preslcold" Refrijeraidrs 7.7 and 4.5 C. Ft HWIMlll illy sealed Urn 5-year Guarantee Here are a lew users picked at Handom they should know, follow iheir example WintUor Castle. Atlmirullv \ii.lin M..1. British Oveneas Airways Corp. ( rnsUey Maters, Kolls Royee. W Coaae ia and see the llSti



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T „ .-ntV ^APKil-M. HIM _______^ T vk tt> Appointmm* .4/ Tfle Cinema AUolson Sings Again* SISDAY ADVOCATE 1UBEE m Knusd %  "! iihs. .ike up <*2„0nenl >..Ui ih; By G.B. !" iiZ !" ever •i ppcars h,s *** h S„ "' a s P r ' kl n e "' new Jolson and his wile j L |, e „,,, ,V v ON THE TOWN continues with his ret ur „ ,., .y .f.er a pcricM „, iVS^." "d %  'ollow. succeas hir'm ,n ^-' r "". .at] ihe granlini ol .. Jolon become dan, d *< K "O" UP I.U work. Durln. the S^"* !" *' ""-i'" '""ever, he goes ove„ ". < ? mlng the troups and , h J" Munsnln "-">e three goM return, realiaa. thai lime. I '.'ilnilel> plan .<>• have one rlotou. *=..* inm limes have . ^..-.,. taa. c UII. changed one-hu type of enteric,,, c uoe rl0Im > "" ment is no U^SZ His marriage to an A !" n?,? "" '' ' ^sslul n ; "" point. anT'hroukt £!!"* "" *"""' "'" ' %  iragement. %  he ..: %  '.-ears. ucress""and "hanntae-. sia ln '" subway, the "rain, culminating in his ,DOM %  •*• in ••TlU !" IhreeloilndVera-i Story" which I. hi, own life 2SK ,^ !" >""' w r .\H.l J1L1LN. Kelly falls in love when From the technical point nl nor *•"•• ,n 'he train. Burins 'lew. the nim is skilfully lumdltd ;''""'' *• •'"" •""' aadla """' %  • !" S? I'rk. mimin, Jotaool ,„,„". 5K ,alli " Sl,, ,r ""I A "" S*"? 1 ,|. .actions Miller, a glamourous student ..1 %  K "S a, in ve. sums "*' %  %  '""• %  WPOlOf, whom thrv "* *l, „. • hi M! '%  U WKKU. as tJ he atavS lho Muaauni of Natural II. ,., uubelievabie. Parts ^ar^o "' ,h r m '"v "" C*|i^K?,aSu It.r' !" W r,oJ„l,„„i n ^;. b !" Eventually. Kelly and. but he has been able, ihrouil, !he T !" ""*> ">" %  I laUHK of her trip down from MU"Ul inutpretaliun ol lu, Me ?*'} *"' rrom ""' Empire llW she salo that it was a nnd the uncanny capturing „i Hu a ""' "" riotous roun i !zTajihiful one and udded Jolaon's Denonaluv i. .... imd ai ISpi she said that it was a =na tne uncannj S -^^^alightful ape and added Jolson s personalli It was regrettable that she impression that It . ^uu. % %  .1mil.I i.lf .. .!._ lallty, io games, nliiht-cluba. Coney „,., „ i, jpl son i,imliland -"here they have a dust-up che would self on Ihe screen. An nmum, w h '"' police—and liiu 41 tnHI w.^— ..I -. ,H .-n Hrnrtlrlun M-...,. V..^.l Ban a enese' lluy T.C.A. Pereonnel [*V i I %  III Leen visit sjneok ihe recei raoibank c.rc Tarpon 'roni V. :.' i I Mr. aud Ifn s M. Seaton from Toronto %  i. !.-. . 1 In .. I Htarneii [rom fin on Monlij. Mr. B] ...II: irrivi'd frar. L'.K : Kky airJ th< IM Ocean View Hotel. Wtfk's l.niss Sf.ir Slorelurn so soon as she would self on Ihe screen. An omus'no w h "* PC-'ice—and linall C, liked 10 see ihe West Indies sequence shows Parks as himself P Brookl,n N>vv Y"^slaickel being introduced to Parka as Al The rath r llimsy plot is more Jolson and in another instance ,h0n m d up ,or b y "" ' 1IA.NY I.CA. personal kas AUolsoi rlanclng and the catchy tunes that Ji en visili.it; ha. badO*. "• hm <''! '" "• 'he Jolaon double' J* "SSjfS „ T Sounds like confusion of the wont 1 Vc !" Elle and Kcllv %  "' l"<"klnd — but it's not when seen ,. ar 'y eood and executed in %  meal " n '" .in formed by Ann Mil: ,„' ""'"•" Haie, as Jolaon's second "t nd Ihe Ih... 2JZ i' Ju !" "',''• ,f WlU,ou a doub '. a " *->concluding w„h Ihe riiougn collapse of a large dinosaur. I. one u UsmforH from f n, COB,er >'"' handled her role of Ihe most amusing hlfhll Mb Mrs. Tom llamford from in uioroughly compete,;Um. RTMLJ Ur. Kin..nvrd i'i""' he numour a d MmOn The Town" Is brie).%  y,;;'; ;;;' ""^.^"j. - most fi.-. ,he ,., %  Villiam Demerest as good—and It's in Technieolour. :;•.: r. COMMAND DCCIBIOI. l^lirttend.,,, ;.. e „i all ^''T* -'"i "jSS? "" J! : '' "> • a outstanding story "rStalStlian .. ;,:,!" J,K a,h .,f'he war, „ showing at,,.. 1 U„.k. n ^ H... Theatre (Worthing). To quote _,,!?!, I Amongst the interesting higha group ol A pOLONr.1. :l Bloodworm llghu o( Iho „,„, ar „„,,„„.,„,. ..,, is a sludyp „„,„ ||t r „ V o. C.u.i A.. ... ,,,.;.es shots in a studio during ihe military, of the in\olvcd siraiegics 11 making of "Tho Jolson St.; ..,r and of the responsibilities a scene sh iwmg the method ol of cuinmaiid, cowented chielly recotdina with the problems ol a !... All the old favourites that JoiGeneral, who must weight his own son used to sing are heard again convictions against the —"I'm looking Over a Four Leaf of public, political and military llaby Face," a ke Cable in the Regards To Broadway," and a lead seems completely right, and host of others that will take a lol Walter Pigeons par! is notable; us back many years. the supporting cast is excellent Elondie Comes To Life HOLLYWOOD, She rwtttb rvtunwd I i Od would have Brimiiccti wood (ram ifoay. thmugh thii %  QUidruplitlolntll) nibbiit-] %  %  %  %  who is known %  %  loose with additional data from %  %  of the kind DSKWCHXI in.I'hlladclphw, in our pictures and the con lllondie's BUM is Mariana .. hoofed and emo%  tar is Mi:. .Nlcholla as Dorothy MeNulty bcfon Mrs A,., ., llWi wood latched on to hor and tund on Bros I matlc work io i (ictrdening Hints For Amateurs HIBISCUS iscus IK >ucn a lovrlj i trows so easily that n i %  Thu is tho tune ol year when iiot people cut back tneir .liunjoue, so it you have not already sot ...uve and useful plant, now is the time to get a lew cut. :->k in. •HHJ seldom sets seeo lot it is nearly always ; in cutting. There arc ties, both double and Mugie to choose from, and all of the ilowers are beautiful, tlowerrlgbt through the year. Hlbttoui IlkM ta open sunny AUUIIHI. 1'he bushes. Mhleta will attain a height from 1 be grown .ts a hadfe, M atal shrub, or as a Standard. If grown as • tiedge, cuUiniis a foot long should !>e planted in a criss-cross position touching each other thus XXX and each pair of cuttings should be a foot and a half apart from (he next pair. Plant a second row a foot in front of (he back row, so that you have a douBTe IOW of criss-cross cuttings for Ini i Standnrd Slandai. t% charming, and are not dillicult to grow. Lgbt cutting from four to six feel long, cut off all (he leaves, and plant it very (irmly in the chosen spot, staking it If you think It Is necessary. After i( has started U) spring cut it lo the correct length of three foot, and laretully cut out all the eyes along tho -talk except lho.se at the (op. Allow these (o sprout but keep (hem well trimmed in u bouquet tirn suffiBUtt tho Standard does top heavy look. Mibist us Bowers .we lovely in the house. but unfortunately they mlv |TM ret live lb* same length of time completely water, so can be arrangangr way, whlcn makes up for their ihort life. Mibiscuplant! an • kad by Srnle HUght tldi nuisance looks like small shiny brown lumps all the plant. At the II will be i.odcrti ibat %  nd that the plant is %  i<(en Hook of Rarbag that the Boot] M leaves is an accomlight. and %  lesponsilighi The i laea getting rid ol king them iiestroyling water has been dotw %  %  iiy to pruna the BRIDGETOIFN PLAYERS Under the Distinguished P.ntron.ti*c ol His Kxccllency the Governor and Mi : Present : REBECCA (Directed by TOM MctiEK) :AT: THE EMPIRE THEATRE ON THURSDAY. MAY 1ITII. AT 8SO P.M. and ON FRIDAY AT 5 P.M. and 8.30 P.M. PRICES: Orchestra and Koxr* SI..1(1: Circle -1 .nil llniisiH4c. and Balcnny 48c. BOX OFFICE opens FKIUAY .1TII ul S.:t(l a.in First Aid Headaches AliiSiitzir briafs ilnsant tiint Whan you need Firat Aid fait for the pains ot a lieadacha. laka Alka-Saltsar. In bubbling, •ilarvMoant action halpa Alka-Salisar'a pain-ialiaving *t i.i to go to work fast. Not a Isaativs—you can laka Alka-Settser at ANY lima. Drop one or two tablet* in a glass of water. Watch it tuu and dUaolve Into a iparkling. plaaaant-taiung drink. Tabes el 13 a\ M tablets. Alka-Seltzer lA.aOftATOtlll, INC • IUH1H WW/ WilllM I Ol' I..IHL* ad. Colum%  %  • rlaugnters. — I S.S. X PAN-CAKE 0 MAKE-UP ...if gioe$ gjjmour to beauty You can add new tlurni and attraction to yomr bcauiy when you Icani the axt ol'make-up UpttfKttdb) M-\ I'juurlldtyumkl M.I I.CIOI Noutwoo* % %  •m.uf *anu Interesting ilasscs Jaily personal instruction. Plan to attcnJ now. You'll rciv your own individual color haxmony iojl.c-upchui.jREt. (Vjo— Its? for you ,1oo BEAUTY PREPARATIONS ARE USED BY ALL WOMEN THROUGHOUT THE WORLD! 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Sunda

April

19350.



i ———

Abdullah Walks Out
On Arab League |

gn
ye League,

has 7 summoned to meet

annexa

Java Police

Search For
Murderers

OF TWO AMERICANS

DJAKARTA, April 29.
esian police and troops
ut West Java have been
to search for the murder-
es of the two Americans, Robert
Doyle and Professor Raymond
Kennedy, killed near the Ban-
dung-Cheribon Road, it was offi-
tially disclosed to-day.

' General Sukarto, the Republic’s
of Police, has gone to
Bandoeng to direct operations.

American officials in Djakarta
learned that both Mr. Doyle,
Life correspondent, and Pro-
Kennedy, Professor of So-
iglogy at Yale University, were
‘ot in the face and chest at point
range, after being marched
hundred yards away from







































it is not known whether the

were regular troops or not.
Doyle's body has been positively
identified, and officials have little
doubt that the other man was
Professor Kennedy.—Reuter.





Pollard President

s Of Workers Union

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)
BELIZE, April 29.

| Last night, Nicholas Pollard,

a of the Mercantile
Union and member of the

‘s Committee which led an

uation campaign, was

it of the General
. Union, the largest local

ohnny Smith, Deputy
of Belize and People’s |
mittee Chairman, was elected
President of the General
ters Union and People’s Com-
Secretary. George Price
ee to the Union’s Execu-
eset

0



d superseded C. E. Betson
nt of the General Worker
Whion for the past seven years.
The Annual Delegate Confer
@evated Betson, the past}
ident and Patriarch of the
on, With a seat on the Union's
live and presented him with
rse in recognition of his dis- !
hed pioneer service to local |

|



A New Planet

MOSCOW, April 29.
A new planet—said to display
fa “unusual movement” — has
discovered by a _ Soviet
omer in the Crimea, it was
led here tonight.
—Reuter.

on






















d Atgentine Congress wish a
e place o

*E Dockers Riot

J Against U.S. Arms
Aid To Italy

NAPLES, April 29.
@ to-day charged and
Up a demonstration of 100

he arrival
load of American arms for

\ Riot polic

a

209 tons of tanks and
Were being unloaded by
deckers under
and police . guard,
sts_assembled in th ©
gil Naples, whistling and
, Peace!” Scuffles
the fringes of the
een demonstrators and
nist workers,

e
charg
up

out on
d betw

nO Police with wailing

ed the crowd, and
the demonstration
several people.



at th

P “Pioneer” tied up just

; edie arms Were dis-

. -G an Oaded on to mili-
tucks in complete calm

= a 54 volunteer dock-

b-Com, © job belonged to the
munist , Free Confeder-
, but some

-Cor

Vel

nist

gn
partial strik
OMmmunist-led ele-

ship reach-



CHARL

ABDULLAH of Jordan, interviewed by a corre-
t of the Egyptian newspaper “Al Misri,” was|
here to have declared that he would abandon the
whether it remained in being or not.
Political Committee of the seven-member League

tion of Arab Palestine west of the Jordan, a move
Britain on Thursday.
lima ir -

|
|

| placed

| discussion.

IMr. C.



PERON WILL OPEN 84TH
| ARGENTINE CONGRESS |

On May Day

BUENOS AIRES, April 2!
THE CEREMONIAL inaguration of the eighty-fourth

heavy |

e@ docks, where the|

*
7
.

CAIRO, April 29.

|
|
|

on May 2 to consider Jordan’s

The League was formed five
years ago to unite the Middle East
Arab states. Its members are
Jordan, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Iraq,
the Yemen, Syria and the Leba-
non. |

King Abdullah was reported
here to have told the Al Misri
correspondent in the interview: “I
shall break any Arab economic
blockade of Jordan by force. I
shall negotiate with my neigh-
bour” (presumably a reference to |
Israel.

“I shall not abandon the great-
er Syria plan.” (The Greater
Syria plan envisages a union of
Syria and Iraq, and perhaps Jor-
dan).

Of Egyptians, Abdullah was re-
ported to have said: “They are an |
African people who do not under-
stand Arab problems. They only
seek the leadership of the Arab!
Middle East.”



—Reuter. |

Carib Press |

Talks End
|



(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)

PORT-Or-SPAILN, April 29.

The Caribbean Press Associa-
tion meeting ended to-day and
passed a resolution asking for a
constitutional guarantee to be
written into the constitution of
the proposed Caribbean Federa-
tion providing freedom of press.

They also asked that the Fed-
eral Government be given power
to legislate all matters affecting
newspapers and other periodi-
cals,

It was decided
the resolution
Government concerned
Colonial Office.

C. E. Hitchins, newly elected
President, speaking about the
freedom of the Press resolution,
Stated: It is vitally important
that we have something in the
British Caribbean specially pro-
viding for freedom of the Press..

We in the West are in close
proximity to Latin America and
the Caribbean Republics. It is
therefore essential that our posi-
tion be clarified. I should not like
to have the British Caribbean
in a category subservient
to a dictatorship.

The meeting also discussed the
of ethics and newspaper
practices re editorials in circula-
tion and advertisements.

Codes were referred to the
Management Committee for con-
sideration after which members
circularised for criticism and re-
turned to the main body the final

that copies of
be forwarded to
and the

code

A resolution was passed that the
Association despatch a letter to
A. L. Gale, former Presi-
dent, expressing the hope of his
speedy recovery. F -

The Delegates were entertained
at cocktails at Government House
this afternoon.

9

“a

9.

lengthy speech by President

n Monday morning, May |.

—)

Working sessions of both Upper
and Lower Houses will start the
same afternoon, during which
both will consider motions pro-
moting Peron from Brigadier to
Major-General — which promotion
Peron declined to accept last year,
on the grounds that he could not

sign his own promotion.
With the .commencement ol
the working sessions, political

ers protesting against! differences between Peronista and
in Naples of the sec-} Radical parties will again become

pronounced especially as 20 radical
| deputies — whose tenure of office
has been prolonged for two years
| under terms of the new Argentine
constitution — refused to recognise
| the measure and today were pre-

‘senting their resignation en bloc
| which means that the Radical
| minority in the Chamber of

| Deputies will be reduced from 38
to 18. Asa result, it is considered
llikely that Peronista will table
| the motion calling for sanctions
| against the Radical Party under
terms of the new constitution
|} which provides for disciplinary
measures against persons OF
| groups carrying out or. proposing
lacts tending to alter in any way
constitution

| the provisions of the
—Reuter.



| R.A.F. RESCUE 23

KHARTOUM, April 29

A Royal Air Force plane to-
eked up 23 people stra -
' ‘ ert
vhen their plane, an
Misr Airways Viking, had 1
an emergency landing. No one

was hurt —Reuter.

|
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Sunday

a

ES DI

WHAT looked like a certain goal
the ball over the bar. Evelyn and
match ended in a goalless draw.

“Epainemite
Sabotage”
Clean-Up

IN EAST GERMANY

DESSAU, Soviet Zone,
April

|
29 |

An East German court to-day |

sentenced former Saxe Anhait
Labour Minister Leo Herwegen
and former Economics Ministry
official Will Brundert to 15-years’
imprisonment.

The sentences in the East
German Republic’s first mass
economic sabotage trial were an-
nounced by 47-year-old Brunette
Hilde Benjamin, the Court's ates!
ident.

Herweigen and Brundert were}







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“ELECTIONS JUNE 4

bearer

was saved when Reece, the Everton goalie, barely managed to tip
Johnson, the two Spartan forwards are ready just ip case. The

Worldwide May Day

Celebrations Planned
COMMUNISTS, ANTI-COMMUNISTS

PREPARE RIVAL DEMONSTRATIONS

LONDON, April 29
COMMUNIST and Non-Communist forces the world
over are this week-end planning rival demonstrations,
parades, and processions to mark May Day on Monday
: np



With many leaders of workers
due to take part in the May Day
festival, Reuter cables from world
centres gave a picture of the split

ijbetween Communist - inspired
demonstrations supporting Mos-

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two of nine defendants accused}
of illegally transferring more}
than 100,000,000 reichmarks in/
nationalised company assets from
East to West Germany.

The court also sentenced
Absentia Friedrich
Former Dessau Gas Company
Director, who fled to West
Germany to escape 15 years’ im-
prisonment.

Other sentences were: Dr.
Leopold Kaaz, former Dessau,
Chamber of Commerce President,
12 years.

Hermann Mueller, Gas Com-
pany co-Director, 12 years’ Paul
Heil Lawyer, eight years; Erst
Fauli, former Dessau Chamber of
Commerce official, seven years:
Ernest Simon, former Dessau,
assize judge, four years; Heinrich
Scharf, former Bank Director, two
years.

Argentine
Beauty Queens
Parade

ON MAY DAY

BUENOS. AIRES, April 29.

Labour Day will be a gala day
for Argentine workers who will
come from all parts of the coun-
try to take part in a monster de-
monstration in Plaza Mayo, organ-
ised by the Confereracion General
Del Trabajo, in which President
Peron and Senora Peron will
speak. Regional “Beauty Queens”
have already arrived in Buenos
Aires from the interior country
for the May Day parade, during
which a “Labour Queen” will be
elected and crowned” by the
President’s wife.

Work will be stopped through-
out the country while transport
services, which wiil be augmented
to handle huge crowds, will carry
out a token halt during the day.

o —KReuter.

700 Leave China

WASHINGTON, April 29

More than 700 foreigners of 26
different nationalities have board-
ed the American liner “General
Gordon” off Tientsin in a mass
evacuation from Communist Chi-
na, the State Department an-
nounced here to-day. Their de-
parture completes the evacuation
of American officials and the
closing of all official United
States establishments in Com-
munist China.

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—Reuter.

Strike Threatens
Antigua’s Economy

(Sarpades Advocate Corresponden¢

ANTIGUA, April 29.
The continucus waterfront
strike in its 12th day seriously
threatens Antigua’s economy, crip-
pling the principal industry with
the sugar factory idle
Twenty thousand tons of sugar
is unmanufactured pending settle-
ment. Employers concerned in-
formed the Governor through the
Federal’ Labour Officer of their
willingness to arbitrate for imme-
diate settlement, but the Union is
impartial towards arbitration.



This morning a noisy crowd with }

the streets
with the

a steel band paraded
with scores of placards



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Wate

right,



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Own it.

They gathered in the vi
Zennett Bryscn’s where
were active.

init

of
flags

red

Mithfessel, |

morrow afternoon in a return First Soa ah ‘

Division fixture at Kensington, cow’s “peace offensive’ and non-

et Paha My hd na Empire by the Communist and anti-Communist

odd goal in three hen fi

et Sih eieae | get they groups acting independently.
Everton occupy the second posi- In Transvaal, South Africa

tion and Empire the third place
| in this season's cup line-up.

The game will decide who will
be

where police stood by in light tanks
and armoured cars, and in London

political demonstrations have been

}
|

the one to chajienge Spartan és
for leadership at the head of this avoided. Following are the two
season's cup line-up, reports.



Paris

In Paris, Communists will march
with flags and banners on Monday
to the Place Bastille, General
De Gaulle’s party, rally of the
French people, will make a rivai
bid for the support of the working
class by holding a ‘fete of labour

3 Years For
Nudists

|
|

' UNDRESS IN COURT youth and sport” in the Bois de
1 | Boulogne at the other end of the
| NELSON, | city.

BRIT. COLUMBIA, April 29. In the southern (workers) dis-

Thirty “Sons of Freedom” Douk-|tricts of Gentlly and Arousel, an

hobors, members of a fanatical! avenue is to be renamed “Josef
off-shoot of a Russian Pacifist) Stalin Avenue”. It is at present |
religious sect, undressed in court! called after a Dr. Durand

here before being sentenced to Throughout Italy work will sto

three years in prison for nude for 15 minutes while workers
parading. hold demonstrations, the Com-

Shouting, “the only evidence I| munist-lea 5,000,000 strong Gener-

have is in my disrobing,” Dora}, . ati :
I : ’ al Confederation of Labour
Perihoodoff slipped out of her :
. 49 ced. > idependent
coat. Police stopped her there; er cee ue’ the. Independen

Union of Railwaymen has ordered

@ On page 16

but another woman stood naked in
the court room, before the police—
who had been trying to dissuade
four women from disrobing at
once could throw a_ blanket
around her.

They had been arrested after
200 naked men and women
chanted weird Russian hymns and
paraded with flaming torches.



; Found With
£45,000 In Gold

NICE, April 29.
A 55-year-old American, Jack
Ergas, was held by the Italian
police at Ventimiglia to-day after
Italian frontier Customs men found
88 kilos of gold in his car last



The “Sons of Freedom” had in-
flamed their village in what they
termed a “sacrificial act” in pro-
test against the imprisonment of
fellow “Freedomites.”

The police reported that the] night.
valley “looked like a Nudist Ergas, who described himself as
camp.” |2 textile exporter, stated he had
nothing to declare on arriving at

The Doukhobor sect was found- | the frontier from Nice.
ed in Russia in the 18th century.
They refuse to acknowledge the
validity of any man-made law,
and their objection to service in
the Russian Army led to relentless
action against them. About fifty
years ago they were allowed to
emigrate from Russia, and 15,000
settled in British Columbia and
Saskatchewan.—Reuter.

The gold was found inside the
back seat cushion. Customs offic-
ers valued it at £45,000. The
Italian police communicated their
discovery to the French police, and
a joint investigation of Ergas’
activities is being made.—Reuter.

|



Chilean Minister
In Holland

THE HAGUE, April 29.

Mr. ‘C. Morig Lynch, who was
appointed Chilean Minister to the
Netherlands last January, arrived
in Holland to-day from Stock-
holm with Mrs. Lynch. Morla
succeeds Madame Carmen Vial de
Senoret who was appointed mem-
ber of the Chilean Delegation to
— United Nations last Septem-

r,

Pope Receives
30,000 Pilgrims

ROME, April 29.

Pope Pius XII today received
30,000 pilgrims in audiene in
St. Peter’s basilica Among them
was a German pilgrimage from
Rottemburg diocese headed by
the Bishop, Monsignor Charles
Joseph Leiprecht.

—Reuter.

PLAY A SEASONED
TEAM AGAINST W.I.
Warns Jack Hobbs

(From Our Own Correspondent) against the West Indies
LONDON, April 29. Instead, opportunity should be

Reuter.





Jack Hobbs, former Surrey ana taken to experiment with young ised agents at the UN.ES.C.O, |
England cricketer, writing in the. players. Police outriders escorted his car |
Sunday Express this morning, “In my opinion this would be| from Le Bourget Airport to Paris. |
warns England's selectors of the!a disastrous folly, and an insult Reuter. |
folly of playing inexperienced) to our guests,” says Hobbs. eae |
players in tests against the West “The West Indies are 2 mag-
| Indie thi ummer He says nificent all-round ide full of TORNADO KILLS 9: T we &E A L L- Ss T E E L ‘s 5 Cc Vv Cc L &
the ‘ hool of thought| ardour and determination INJURES 100 '
wt Engiand must If the sea e get |
r um for the visit to| fast wickets we shall have ir OKLAHAMA, April 29 |
4 the close of summer, work cut he the we on hicl ti ! . 1 ‘ : : ‘ m= < . . .
sen mais Ge Lin, Sei cas ki . Chiiemn cated 1a distributors: CAVE, SHEPHERD & CO., LTD.
‘ are already| Compton, Hutton, Edrich, Eva ies amid pound ain late yes- || 10. 11, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET.
ag ed places, it would and cthers, terday, kil at least nine people ||
be unne to play them -—(By Cable). ind injure ver 100.—-Reuter. ————



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BRUSSELS, April 29.
PRINCE REGENT CHARLES to-day dissolved

Belgium's Parliament when the staunchly pro-
Leopold Catholics temporarily abandoned six
weeks’ stubborn efforts to get the exiled monarch
King Leopold, back to the throne.

The new election will be held on June 4, a year
after the General Election which put the Catholics
in power with a majority of nine in the upper House
of Parliament, but two votes short in the lower.

' The election will be fought

solely on Leopold’s return to the
throne after five years in pro-

| Flying Dises |
Vanish Into |

The Clouds

MILAN, April 29,
| Crowds of people, gazing sky-
| wards, today halted traffic in the
jcentre of Milan for the'second time
{in 12 hours as “flying discs hoy-
ered over the city. Two circular
fobjects cruised back and _ forth
;over Milan at a great height this
morning for over half an hour

Sugar Talks

Some of the people watching Ag; j , visional exile.
them said they seemed to consist In Mid-May A referendum last month show-
jof two segments, one dull and ed 57.6 of the nation in favour

tt has been agreed by the
Governments .con-
cerned that, as proposed at
the Grenada Conference, a
representative West Indian
delegation should assemble
in London in the middle of

j opaque, the other brilliantly lum-
jinous. They eventually vanished
}into the clouds. Two other discs
| drew crowds into the streets late
last night as they paused over the
}city for some moments in their

of bringing him back. But the
final decision rested with parlia-
ment.

Their shortage of two votes in
the Lower Chamber, and bitter
opposition from the Socialists, the

}seeming flight from East to West y’s 7
1 The authorities at Milan Air- May to discuss sugar policy the catholics “into See ee
} port, as well as the Italian Air with His Majesty's Govern- “a

gotiations with the Liberals, who

ment who have indicated hold the balance.

Force Command, said the appari- ’ or
their willingness to receive

tions were due to no known move-



















Ire ie toc y, 2?
;ment of aircraft |} the delegation during the ‘hale Linke eee ee ee"
Later, towards dusk, the city | week beginning 15th May. ment fell sani? jest seo in hen ?
IW * vee to see some 50 a | en ———ar § Liberal maui oe the Cabinet t
}Jects floating at a great height, | refuse agr 5 “i vy
; moving slowly from East to West ee > ¢ x a 2? saint seated Gata tue hansen to {
| Their upper surfaces appeared to | Jew Suss vote for the repeal of the law I
| be of a light orange-brown colour, keeping the King ; ae al :
|with the sun glinting brightly »xile e a f
from the lower half. Air authori- Producer Then began a_ series of pil f
as Age state. a . | & s s ) - t
[ear omeieins ~ ~ | R A '. Erimages to Leopold's lakeside f
pres NC a - > tt d 1ome near Geneva, Switzerland, |}
| e f cqui e by leaders of all the parties. }
y . Three Catholics and a Liberal
Red China | STATE PAYS FOR RETRIAL failed to bridge the gulf. Then
} HAMBURG. April 29 two weeks ago, the King broad- |
e - | b> Chieatnick FS aaek hae z day | cast to his nation for the first
Z ppoints U.N. upheld the previou icquitt al of time in 10 years, offering to hand
R ’ Veit Harlan, ace fi lr "producet eer en nee 9 his 19-
* m yes oO so r eC é
Delegates | er, ime namie on charges ot |) "The. Liberals agreed to this
dated ie Stake 4 ; + = the : ont compromise,—already supported
; HONGKONG, April 29 | of the retrial at the latest Catholic Premiers
Communist China's Foreign] The charges against Harlar desi mate “Pa l V ? aad lias i
Minister, Chou en Lai, has in- ,270Se chiefly from his productior P - MM, a cae ;
formed the United Nations Sec- |! @? alleged anti-Jewish film oe 1
retary-General Trygve Lie that| Version of Leon Feuchtwancers Tethe | hha ssbatiin bial . . ;
the Peking Government has ie “Jew Suss,” The making of the film cialiste Sr iaieeiae Pein the
pointed de‘egates for the meet- | had been ordered by Propaganda akin aicdsentian a) Te
ing of the United Nations Eco-} Minister Josef Goebels Regent Shaiant eee, Foe Zeeland -
nomic Commission for Asia and| The prosecution had demanded soon after mid-day to ‘a > =o \
the Far East in Bangkok on May |a@ two years’ prison sentence, and the dinebliation ate ae ;
16. s ‘ a fine of 105,000 marks. immediately afterwards ;
The official Communist news The 50-year-old German film Gaston Eyskens “Caretaker” j
agency said Chou told’ Lie in ajproducer, who is married to Prime Minister went to the Roy-
telegram that, “illegal delegates | Swedish film. .aetress Kristina) a) Palace afterwards F |
of the Chinese Kuomintang re- | Soederbaum, told the court that —Reuter.
actionary remnant cl'que” were/he had produced “Jew Suse” op
not qualified to take part and] the express orders of Goebbels.
Bi eg eee pe be i whom he could not oppose al °
| 10 rad also te egraphec oO Refusal to produce the film St k EK d
the League of Red Cross Socie-} would have feediian in imme- rl e . n S
ties, demanding expulsion of ‘ tn bite t 7
Chinese Nationalists, the agency ete ae ee gm 4 j I d
| added . }of his family, he said —Reuter, | n On on
—Reuter, -_-_—_—-_——__—— f
| eid alat aif | LONDON, April 29. f
Loyalty Day In U.S.) , tondon's ‘11-day’ old unotticial
‘ ¢ ¢ . doc strike ended today d c i
| 2 Paratroopers NEW YORK, April 29 as meeting called ve eo f
| f i 4 } Thousands of ex-servicemen | Strike leaders today to consider '
Die In Exercises and members of patriots’ organisa-| the Docks Board's ultimatum
tions marched down Fifth Ave-| “Return to work on Monday or &
| FORT BRAGG, NORTH nue to-day in their annual anti-; /ose your jobs,” 2,000 strikers }
CAROLINA, April 29. | Communist “loyalty day’ decided to return to work on i
Two American paratroopers Tne parade originated a few| Monday
died in a mass parachute jump of | years ago in answer the tradi-| Yesterday a meeting of 2,000 |
nearly 4,000 men with tons of] tional Communist May Day | dockers decided to resume today, ;
fighting equipment, which cli- | march “}and the Dock Labour Board
maxed the army’s large-scale Mayor William O'Dwyer took @Mnounced that 3.233 of the t
“exercise manoeuvre” here. the salute at a reviewing stand| 14,500 on strike turned up for i
One of the men fell from alag archers representative of 38) Work this morning hi
transport aircraft without a para-| nations went past —Reuter. —Reuter, f
chute. He had been helping to \ ir
push an artillery piece from the | ————————— ——— |]



plane when he overbalanced,
The other died when his para-
*hute failed to open.—Reuter.



Penicillin Machine
Not For War
Says W.H.O. Committee

GENEVA, April 29.
Five top-ranking doctors, sitting
as a committee of the United Na-
tions World Health Organisation,
have declared that penicillin-mak-

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ing machinery labelled by the
United States as “potential war f d |
material could not possibly be of green an black,

used for biological warfare.

The machinery—known as Pod-
bilniak Extractors—is badly need-
ed in Eastern European countries,
but America has refused all orders
from behind the “Iron Curtain.”

The five experts urged the!
World Health Organisation to in- |
tervene and “make every effort to
procure this and other equipment
for countries requesting it.”

—Reuter.

With or without
dyno hubs
and 3 or
4 speed
Sturmey

. .
Trygve Lie in Paris ii
PARIS, April 29. reaver

Try sve Lie, United Nations Sec-
retary-General, arrived here by
air to-day from London on the
second leg of his European tour.
Lie would not answer a barrage

of questions on his programme in
Paris or the prospects of his trip
to Moscow. “I will give a Press
Conference on May 4 or 5, and will]
answer all your questions there,”

he said.

Lie, who will have talks with
French Government leaders, is

j here primarily to preside over a
»|rneeting of United Nations special-

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i A Craig Kennedy Parites oni the Action Picture wf QMMAND DECISION” i H M and their two children,
with Belita—Barry Sullivan t - A ‘ } } Margaret and Carol arrived by
» J Starring: Clarke GABLE—Walter the “Golfito” yesterday from
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| AQUATIC CLUB CENEMA (Members Only) Charles BICKFORD

flew from Africa, where Mr.
Nicholls is stationed in Kenya
with the Agricultural Depart-
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Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Nicholls
of Belleville, and they expect to
be here for about four months;
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A Universal Picture it Y“AAT O 4 ny elie nics
: JOLSON SI! GS AGAIN fOXHE engagement was an
‘ SSS nounced on Wednesday eve-
Starring: Larry PARKS—Barbara ning in Trinidad between Miss
: . s y 4
; , " Elaine Hutson, the daughter © i
, HALE—William DEMEREST Dr and Mrs. L.R. Hutson of ‘Anti- :
——$— gua, and Mr. Harold errera, =
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. WEDNESDAY NIGHT, 3RD MAY, AT 8.30 ROXY eph Herrera, Snr. A
A : : Both Elaine and Harold are well p
ROXY THEATRE eS eee Se ne aioe
. M.G.M. Presents .. . them used to go to school here.
5 ~ i i Adviser to
ee ee ean Robert TAYLOR-John HODIAK ||| ME EMIIP MEWIET MYRGice (hacking camera) snakes _AWOy Por Iwo Weeks
i TRINIDAD’S POPULAR CALYPSONIANS in hands with the new Comptroller for Development and Welfare, R. A. E. TAYLOR and his
; LORD ZIEGFIELD — “MIGHTY SPOILER” ” Sir George Seel, K.C.M.G., at the Baggage Warehouse yesterday grandson Alfred oe “ya
sn oe ie enh? 66 AMBUSH morning. Caracas yesterday by WALA.
; LORD PRETENDER TRINIDAD MIDGET ON. HAROLD ROBINSON. Senior Mistress They expect to be away for two
* with Chairman of B.W1SA., weeks. s : bss
i ES a be ; Fs : arrived from Trinidad yesterday ISS W. BASCOM, one of the Young Alfred is going *0 ip yy A, GREENHILL, Madame Bromova’s hus
an Ree by B.W.I.A. for discussions with Senior Mistresses at Si. Caracas to visit some of his little shakes hands at the Baggage Warehouse with Molly R o
| Mr. E, H. Robinson, President of Winifred’s School, returned by Spanish girl friends, some of his the, new dancing instructor of Madame Bromoya's p in
} ———————"'|the Barbados Sugar Producers the ‘Golfito’ yesterday after spend- Barbadian girl friends on te gofool, She arrived yesterday by the Golfite from Ene. | t
Association, Hon. G. D. L. Pile ing nine months in England on Hastings Rocks may take ‘a dM = accompanied by her husband, Mr. RT. Sladdin, teft, Who is s
. “ and Hon. H. A. Cuke, M.L.C. He holiday. : view of this.’ new Manager of the Crane Hotel, Their two children, oe in
You ve heard about os to Trinidad the same and Elizabeth are also seen In _ picture. ;
afternoon. 2 a gem 3 . . aie i eo
‘ " ‘ i Molly Radcliffe Arrives A Leading f
‘ the Flying Saucers- Police Chief, Gold Coast } Mire, HT: Siaddin end RCT
i ° NAR. M. K. M. COLLENS, R. and Mrs. BT. eG a _C. T. W. E. Worrt
I, Now “i Commissioner of Police, Gold M their two | hildren ee : was recently in
| * you cam S@e@ {coast, Mrs. Collens and _ their and eae SPENT o "Er arak ea acs conference ae
él . ‘ ° daughter Miss Deirde Collens were fito’ yesterday from England. Federation of Civil’ gaEe
' ¢ree 6 Columbia arrivals yesterday morning from Mr. Sladdin is the new Manager Associations spent. the r
4 e > the U.K., intransit to Trinidad ot the Crane Hotel and his wife, of his stay with his
Action Packed where they will spend about six better known as Molly Radcliffe Ernest Proctor at
1 e weeks’ holiday. is the new dancing instruc tor tor ings. During Mr,
Serial . ee Mr. Collens who was a member Madame Bromova’s School of number of his friends we 9
of the Trinidad Police Force about Dancing. They were met at the tained to luncheon: ang Le
20 years ago as Assistant Superia- Baggage Warehouse by Mr, M. A. them were Hon, V, C, Gag i
tendent told Carib that he was now Greenhill, Madame Pe 5 pees isi W. Reece, KC, si
’ visiting that colony to renew old husband and Mr, Fred Goddard, General, Dr. L, Ward, Met
lated eT he {acquaintances during his police M.C.P Ward, Mr. H. A, Tu ;
OW A RS 4 pe i To be Married Shortly = Pttis, Mr. C. A. Coppin, Gimli
‘ He said that he is on six months ISS K. MOLLOY who is to be MCDt Analyst, Dr. Alia
‘ A [des cj |leave and the rest of the time will M maried ghartli’ We Bosbados another visitor from fy
d OF be spent in England, the main wrfved. ffom Hngiand: yesterday Kirton, Mr. John Perreira, thie
ey attraction being the West Indi: a pass as ‘eA ts “Golfito ae ay ee and Mr, Fred Bm 4
Cricket team. staving at the Ocean View Hotel, ““©-P: Mr. Worrell) witiiiaumm
During his short stay in Barba- Her aes i A es . se ing member of the Atina 4 |
dos, he paid a visit to Col. R. ‘i. ih Mee oKehe eS Club returned to Trinidad ing
’ In a Programme of the Latest CALYPSOES Michelin, Commissioner of Police Arete d ie the Golfit a be there for the Creole
See and Hear The “TRINIDAD MIDGET” —4 feet 1 inch tall ee ee ee ‘ery a um 4 » week cnt tee During ail
PRICES: Pit 18c; House 36c: Balcony 48c; Boxes 60c. ie Tigaets, eee Praee, A a rs = pone ee oe ie B wbados he alto sama
the Golfito yesterday was Parbacos a
fit Sees Mr. and Mrs. “Mike’’ Hunte Mrs. Elaine Mary Robinson. She importation of thoroughb
o< Ne , ASSIS- Was met on board by Mr. and iste >
tant Cones eeewteny aa hele are LO Ee Married Yesterday on Brian eee She is Mr, In W.I. Once Again
) in Dominica is on his way home ‘ . Robjnson’s mother. R. PERC ;
( after an eight months’ course at Flying to Valparaiso ESTERDAY afternoun at 4 _ M: the West taal ee
}) Oxford on Colonial Administra- R. H. C. REYNOLDS, the .~ o'clock the James _ Street : intransit passenger is i
, jtion. He arrived in Barbados a Chia Oftbes . the Methodist Church was attractivel the “Golfito” enro ti ey
{ yesterday by the Golfito, and will — |) ; Peni Flee aan er tr N€ decorated as Miss Gloria Warren, He told Carib th rede it
) be here until he can secure a sea Cable Ship Electra wus an Iniran~ qaughter of Mrs. Beryl Warren of tad Ce at he wasnt
\ 1 passage to Dominica. sit. passenger on the Golfito for ‘Rayburn’, My Lord’s Hill and the yet if he would retum t
, L 0 | N ly T Y Trinidad yesterday. From Trinidad jate Mr. Byron Warren We some of his stay in Barbadat
4 \ pev! ca Sen pon 0 year y iwo ears he will fly to Valparaiso and join marrieq ‘to Mr. H "C ‘Mike? was last in the West Indiesg
a )) AR \ “Bruce Gentry” ISS Nelf Archer, after spend- his ship there. His last ship was tuynte son of Mr. and Mrs. M. R one year ago. q
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guNDAY, APRIL 30, 1950
“ 7

oe Up Appointment
To Take oa yvULIEN, daugh-

oe Ths
M« ef Mt W. E. Julien, mer-
ver of Mr. '

of St- George’s, Grenada,

aes en, was intransit on
j Mrs, yesterday from Eng-
- ee she had been holiday-
jand haar past seven months.
ing fur a Carib that she was just
Sue ial to Trinidad to take up
going “ tment with the Govern-
an epee that colony as Dietician.
2 receiving her early edu-

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Miss PAULA JULIEN.

Bishop’s High Schoo)
ten Miss Julien went on
nd ig University in Nova
Bis where she took her B.Sc.
in Wuirition after four years
She then spent a year in
' where she got her post
; ste diploma in Dietetics at
Feffassachusctts General Hos-
ing of her trip down from
d, she said that it was a
“ery delightful one and added
that it was regrettable that she
had to return so soon as she would
pave liked to see the West Indies
at cricket.
Many T.C.A. Personnel
“AAANY T.C.A. personnel have
yk been visiting Barbados.
fe the recent departures from
sabank are, Mr. and Mrs. H.
rgeon from Montreal Mr. and
§. M. Seaton from Toronto,
, and Mrs. Bob Ernst from
Montreal, Mr. and Mrs. Julian
rini from Montreal and Mr.
Mrs. Tom Bamford from
Montreal.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernst stayed a
Morinight as did most of the others,
Nong enough to sec the island and
Me charmed with it. They have
Metirned intending to send all
friends to Barbados.

Joins Husband Here
OLONEL H. V. Bloodworth
of Cable & Wireless Ltd.,
Mendon, who is spending about
fax months in the West Indies,
umed from Grenada on Mon-
Mrs. Bloodworth arrived
m UK. by S.S. “Bonaire” on
day and they are staying at
Ocean View Hotel.

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‘Al Jolson Sings Again’

By

“AL JOLSON SINGS AGAIN”
invitation to see a film that i
pathos, and—to those of us wh

Screen and in person as
Showing at the Empire
technicolour is a sequel to *
Al Jolson himself never
out, singing once ag

Opening with the separation of
Jolson and his wife Julie, the story
continues with his return to Broad-
way after a period of retirement
Success follows success, but on
the granting of the divorce
Jolson becomes despondent and
Bives up his work, During the
war, however, he goes overseas
entertaining the troups and on his
return, realizes that times have
changed anc his type of entertain-
ment is no longer in
His marriage to an Ar
is the turning point, and through
her encouragement, he finally
achieves Success and happiness
again, culminating in his spectacu-
lar comeback jn “The Jolson
Story” which is his own life.

demand.
My nurse

From the technical
view, the film is skilfully
The synchronization ‘of Larry
Parks miming Jolson’s manner-
isms, actions and facial expres-
Sions wit’ Jolson’s Singing of the
SONS 15 SO smocth as to be almost
unbelievabie. Parks bears no
resemblance to Jolson in any way
but he has been able, through the
skilful interpretation of
and the uncanny
Jolson’s personality,
impression that it is Jolson him-
self on the sereen. An amusing
sequence shows Parks as himself
being introduced to Parks as Al
Jolson and in another instance,
Parks as Al Jolson coaches Parks
as himself to be the Jolson double!
Sounds like confusion of the worst

kind — but it’s not when seen in
the film!

point of
handled,

his role,
capturing of
to give the

Barbara Haie, as Jolson’s second
wife, is without a doubt, a most
attractive young actress. Though
a newcomer, she handled her role
ina thoroughly competent manner

and her humour and warm-
hearted understanding were most
pleasing. William Demerest as
Jolson’s manager, and Tamara

Shayne and Ludwig Donath as his
mother and father, were all ex-
cellent.

Amongst the interesting high-
lights of the film are behind-the-
scenes shots in a studio during the
making of “The Jolson Story” and
a scene showing the method of
recording.

All the old favourites that Jol-
son used to sing are heard again
—‘I’m Looking Over a Four Leaf
Clover,” “Baby Face,” “Give My
Regards To Broadway,” and a
host of others that will take a lot
of us back many years.

G.B.

—the title in itself is an
S full of music, humour and
Oo remember Jolson on

a great entertainer—nostalvia.
Theatre, the picture which is in

he‘Jolson Story” and although

‘er appears, his voice is heard through-
ain the old songs that he mace {

5 ‘ 1 & ace Tam
together with a sprinkling of new ones.

“ON THE TOWN”

When three American
fing themselves footioose and
fancy-free in a City like New
York—anything can happen
it does in “On The Town” nov
showing at the Globe Theat:
Frank Sinatra, Gene Kelly and
Jules Munshin as the three gobs
who are definitely pleausure bent,
have one riotous and_ hilarious
twenty-four hours in the Big City
and are pretty well successful in
getting the whole place by the
ears.

Starting off in a subway, the
story concerns the efforts of the
three to find Vera-Elien, nominated
“Miss Turnstiles”, with whom
Kelly falls in love when he sees
her picture in the train. During
the search, they are ably assisted
by Betty Garret, a taxi driver
who falls for Sinatra and At
Miller, a glamourous student
anthropology whom they meet in
the Museum of Natural Hist 3
one of their many ports of call!
Eventually, Kelly finds “Miss
Turnstiles’ and the six of them
start off from the Empire State
Building on a riotous round of fun
and games, night-clubs, Coney
Island, where they have a dust-up
with the police—and finally end
up Brooklyn Navy Yard.

The rather flimsy plot is more
than made up for by the excellent
dancing and the catchy tunes that
are introduced. The routines of
Vera-Ellen and Kelly are particu-
lariy good and executed in a most
finished style and the dance per-

salloi

-and



formed by Ann Miller, Betty Gar-
rett and the three men in the
Museum — concluding with the

collapse of a large dinosaur, is one
of the most amusing highlights of
the film.

“On The Town” is bright, cheer-
ful entertainment—the songs are
good—and it’s in Technicolour.

“COMMAND DECISION”—con-
sidered to be an outstanding story
of the war, is showing at the Royal
Theatre (Worthing). To quote
a group of American reviewe1
“It is a study, both personal and
military, of the involved strategies
of war and of the responsibilities
of command, concerned chiefly
with the problems of a far-seeing
General, who must weight his own
convictions against the pressures
of public, political and ry
disapproval. Clarke Gable in the
lead seems completely right,
Walter Pigeon’s part is notabl
the supporting cast is excellent



milit

Blondie Comes To Life

HOLLYWOOD,
Dagwood would have grimaced
in mortal agony.

Blondie, instead of eating a



quadruple-decker sandwich, wa
daintily nibbitug at a crumpet
while she balanced ¢ of tea
one dimpled knee

Penny Singleton, the blonde
cutie who loves Shakespeare bu
who is forever destined to
known as “Blondie,” remarkec
that she does not particularly care
lor sanawicnes,

“Especially,” said the blue-é i
actress, “I don’t like sandwiches

of the kind Dagwood manufactures

in our pictures ana the comic

strip.”
Blondie’s

MeNulty

name is Mariana
but she hoofed and emo-

ted in Broadway musical comedi?s
as Dorothy McNulty before Hoily-
wood latched on to her and

her

changed handle to Penny

Singleton







She recently returned to Holly-
wood from a personal appearance
tour through the East and Mid-
west, where she spent most of he:
chil-







visiting veteran and
iren’s hospitals,

“It gave me raore § )
he said today, “than an J
done tor years, more (
Stars should get out around tl
country. I going out agai
longer trip, in a few ks

Between sips of t Blondie |
loose with additional data fron
around the corner of npe

Her father was a newspaperma!



in Philadelphia, where Mariana
Dorothy or Penny or Riondie m
her stage debut at the age of «
Less than six years tel
she was appearing in oad sn
J. J. Shubert signed her fo Ne
York Winter-garden Review v
made her the youngest dancer ¢

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HIBISCUS

THE Hibiseus is suen a lovely
shrub and grows so easily that it
Shou be given a place in every
garden,

This is the time of year when
most people cut back their Mibis-
jcus, so if you have not already got
this decorative and useful plant,
now is the time to get a few cut-
tings and stick in. oe

As Hibiscus seldom sets seed
in Barbados it is nearly always
srown from cutting. There are
fifty varieties, both double and
single to choose from, and all of
the flowers are beautiful, flower-
hg off and on right through the
*. Hibiscus likes an open sunny
spot in good soil, and responds
to heavy watering. The bushes,
which will attain a height from
three to elgnt feet can be grown
as a hedge, an ornamental shrub,
or as a Standard. If grown as a
hedge, cuttings a foot long should
be planted in a criss-cross posi-
tion touching each other thus
X X X and each pair of cuttings
should be a foot and a half apart
from the next pair. Plant a second
row a foot in front of the back
row, so that you have a doubie
row of criss-cross cuttings for
your hedge.

For a Standard

Standard Hibiscus are charm-
ing, and are not difficult to grow.

Select a strong straight cutting
from four to six feet long, cut

ff all the leaves, and plant it very
firmly in the chosen spot, stak-
ing it if you think it is necessary.
After it has started to spring cut

to the correct length of three
feet, and carefully cut out all the
eyes along the stalk except those
at the top, Allow these to sprout
and grow, but keep them well
trimmed in a bouquet shape suffi-
ciently so that the Standard does
not have a top heavy look. Hibis-
cus flowers are lovely in the house,
but unfortunately they only live
a day. They will however live the
same length of time completely
without water, so can be arrang-
ed in almost any way, whicn
somewhat makes up for their
short life. Hibiscus plants are
often attacked by ‘Seale Blight.’
In appearance this nuisance looks
like small shiny brown lumps all
up the stem of the plant. At the
ame time it will be noticed that
the leaves have a dark sooty ap-
pearance, and that the plant is
infested with ants.



The Garden Book of Barba-
dos tells us that the sooty appear-
ance of the leaves is an accom-

! ent of the scale blight, and

he ants sre largely responsi-

ing the blight, The

re ok advises getting rid of
the ants first, by tracking them]

M o their nest and destroy-

the nest with boiling water.

After this has been done spray-the
H with Niagara Emulso,
} badly affected
be necessary to prune the
rts

nt ver

a

ilywood beckoned. Colum-
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Hie

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Blondje”’ on the screen.
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. E. S. WYATT, who captained Englani in sixteen Tests, includ-
ing four against the West Indies in 1934-35 will lead Worcester-
shire against the West Indies in their official opening fixture against

Worcestershire at Worcester next Saturday, May 6

On seeing the announcement of the team I immediately set about
finding out something about them. “Wyatt we all know was born on
May 2, 1901 and formerly turned out for Warwickshire. He was one

of Wisden’s Cricketers of the Year in 1930.
SECOND IN BATTING AND BOWLING

AST season he was second in both the batting and bowling aver-

ages for Worcestershire in the County Championship games.
His highest score was 166 and his
average 34.04. He only sent down 53 overs for the entire season but
this was sufficient to earn him second place in the bowling averages

He scored 851 runs in 26 innings.

with seven wickets taken at a cost of 20.57 runs each.

R. Howorth we have already seen in the West Indies as a mem-
He took the highest

individual amount of wickets on any side during the tour—30—at a

ber of the 1948 M.C.C. tour to the West Indies.

cost of 38.28 runs each and sent down 511.3 overs.

His left arm slows were always respected although he concen-

trated too much on negative tactics. He is a useful batsman as well
and will obviously be one of the men to watch in that team.

R, Jenkins, slow leg break and googly bowler will be another
player that will surely earn considerable respect from the West In-
dian batsmen. He enjoyed considerable success last season culminat-
ing in his having been selected to represent the M.C.C. on their tour

of South Africa. He scored 1,226 runs in 46 innings which included

an innings of 109 as the highest and took 68 wickets at a cost of 25.07

runs each,
OPENED AGAINST MANY TOURISTS

R: T. D. PERKS, opening pace bowler for Worcestershire has bowled

the first ball to the opening batsmen of touring teams to England,
probably on more occasions than any other cricketer
to-day.
The

against Worcestershire and so Perks is given his opportunity to bowl
the first ball of the tour.
wicket-taker and was the only bowler to pass the 100 wicke

In 974 overs he captured 102 wickets for 2,349 runs at an average
cost of 23.02 runs each, and scored 631 runs in 26 innings.

L. Outchocrn and E, Cooper who are included in the team, both
passed the thousand run mark this season.
scored 1,178 runs and this included an innings
average of 32,72 runs per inning:

E. Cooper scored 1,293, highest
runs per innings.

of 110 not out and an

WON SIX TIMES
ORCESTERSHIRE themselves fell

eason and were con

in the Championship last
shown a strange lack of consistency but the si
scored were emphatic enough
They twice defeated Surrey ar
tonshire, Middlesex, Somerset and Essex.
a County of some experience and capability to negotiate
meet Worcestershire in their opening game

WHO SAYS, “SOFT CRICKET” ?

x victorie
cored victories

a

when they

A “ORRESPONDENT with the pen-name “Tnterested” wrote in
Thursday’s issue of the Advocate and expressed complete dis-
agreement with my article last Sunday when I suggested that the

fixture of the tour

for the

team to play the opening

that

West Indie:
selected with special reference to

Yorkshire and that without unduly weakening the hypothetical thrust
those players who are un-

of the team, preference should be given tu
acquainted with English conditions

“Interested” considers this “soft cricket”. He writes “The Aus-
tralian theory and pxactice is that you should start building your
when the captain selects what he

next team from the opening game
believes should be the first Test Team.”
If the West Indies attempt to pattern

last victorious Australian team, they are attempting
akin to the suicidal. In the first place they are West Indians and not
Australians and that is not meant to be facetiou
NOT ON A PAR
“HE Australians took seventeen players England as compared
ib with the West Indie xteel Here are a few vital facts
which the West Indian team differs in compo ition from Bradman’s

wonder team

The Australians included in their team two
keepers in their own right—Don Tallon and Saggers
ss Clyde Walcott and an experiment In Robert Christiani w



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ce not even been keeping wicket in these days for his own colony
The Australians possessed in Bill Johnstone and Toshack two
well tried and experienced medium left arn bowler The West Indie
are trying out twenty-two yeat old Valentine and depending upon
Frank Worrell, ace batsman, for the rest of the left arm stuff
THREE YOUNG FAST MEN
T N Lindwall, Keith Miller and Sam Loxton the Aussies had three
young and fit bowlers of real pace while the West Indies are a king
40 year old Hines Johnson, heavy but willing Prior Jone who is
rapidly nearing the veteran stage, and tall bespectacled Lance Pierre
whose present day qualities are admittedly known only to a very
few, to take charge of the pace bowling department
Australia had Ring and McCool as blooded slow right leg ana off

break spin bowlers and the wily la

of the first water The West Indie are trying out C. “Boogles
Williams and Sonny Ramadhin who have still to play their first lest
match.

For opening batsmen the Australians has the capable Arthur

Morris, Barnes and Brown all cricketers with first class Test records
lmeyer, Rae and Roy Marshall
the West Indies but these

The West Indies are asking Jeffrey Stol

The first two have already played Tests for

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in the game

Australians, New Zealanders, South Africans, Indians and
West Indians have been opening their tours to England with a match

Last season he was Worcestershire’s leading
t mark,

In 25 innings Outchoorn
score 115 with an average of 30,06

from seventh to tenth piace
idered to have
which they

over Northamp-
The West Indies will have

should be
second game against

their strategy on that of the
something closely

in

recognised wicket-
The West Indies
ho

Johnson as an off-break specialist



SUNDAY ADVOCATE



SPARTAN—EVERTON
IN GOALLESS DRAW

PROBABLY the largest crowd to have witnessed a

football match for the season,

saw Spartan and Everton

battle to a goalless draw at Kensington yesterday.

The teams were somewhat
evenly matched. At the start
Everton were on the offensive and
executed some good forward
movements threatening their op-
ponents’ goal, but towards the end
of the first half of the game and
for the most part of the second
half, Spartan took over.

The defence, on either side
however, was sound, and Everton’s
custodian who of the two goal-
keepers had the most work to do,
performed brilliantly. “Shell”
Harris for Spartan on the other
hand, did quite well on the com-
paratively few occasions on which
he had to exert himself.

Everton started off defending the
Screen goal. For the first few
minutes they pressed the game
and Spartan conceded the first
corner. It was the result of a fine
effort by centre-half Cadogan who
just managed after running several
yards, to kick the ball away from
Blades, Everton’s inside-right who
was on the verge of sending in a
“stinger” at close range and which
very likely might have resulted
in a goal.

Everton continued on the attack
and at one time there was wit-
nessed some fine head passing be-
tween the forwards in Spartan’s
goal area. The danger was avert-
ed by Spartan’s defence and soon
after their forwards were sweep-
ing down the field on the offensive
for the first time. Left-winge:
Chase got possession of the ball
and centred accurately but no one
was in position and the ball went
outside.

Quickly after, Johnson at inside-
right who was now getting into his
stride, received a good pass in the
goal area from Evelyn but kick
wide of the goal. Spartan were
now pressing the game. A few
more opportunities for scoring
came their way but they failed to
maké ‘the most of them, Goal-
keeper Reece saving easily the
few lukewarm attempts at punch-
ing the ball into the nets.

The blast of the whistle for
half-time found both teams ob-
viously tiring but still on the

search for that initial goal which
might have made all the difference
in this stubbornly contested match.

When the game resumed
Spartan were again on the attack
and got two corner kicks in quick
succession. They kept up the
pressure and during this period
there was seen excellent displays
of combination by the attackers as

they swept relentlessly towards
their opponents’ goal Outstanding
in their performance at this time
were the centre-half Cadogan, §
Johnson at inside-right, Ishmael 5
at inside-left, Chase on the léft
wing and to a siightly lesser de-

gree, Keith Walcott on the right
wing.
Reece was called upon to save

frequently and did it well es-
pecially when Walcott sent in a
grounder” from the wing at

fairly close range that made the
goal-keeper lay prostrate to save,

When Everton again got going
White on tne left wing got the
ball and ran down the line. He
centred splendidly but Harris was
well positioned and had no diffi-
culty whatever, not only in saving
but getting the ball back on the
field

As the game wore on each team
redoubled their efforts to score
but without avail as the hard-
worked defences held firm

Mr. Paul Wilkin was the referee

do not number more than three set

*

Savannah
Tranquility
Tournament

IN MAY

A TENNIS TEAM from Tran-
quility Club in Trinidad is due to
arrive in Barbados on the Lith.
May for their annual Tournament
against Savannah Etal Clubs.

The Tranquility have aiready
selected their team among is
F. Gun Munro who last year
defeated the Local Singles Cham-

pions E. P. Taylor and Dr. C.
Manning.
Tranquility’s team are: —
MEN—H. (Fuchie) Nothnage'l,
F. Gun Munro, P. Wadell, A. De-
Verteuil, D. Scandella, and

T. Scholseth.

LADIES— Miss Mildred Cam-
bridge, Miss M. Trestrail, Miss
C. DeVerteuil and Miss Anita
Reid.

All of the above players have
had previous experience on grass
with the exception of P. Wadell
who is making his first appear-
ance for Tranquility.

The Local Team has not yet
been selected, but thirteen men
and ten ladies have been asked
to practice.

For the Trinidad Team
H. (Fuchie) Nothnagel has been
selected Captain and for the
Local Team Dr. Harold Skeete
has been selected non-playing
Captain.

The tournament will probably
start on Friday May 12th.

T’dad Merchants XI

Tours St. Lucia

ST. LUCIA, April 28.

The touring Merchants’ team
from Trinidad, playing a final Test
Match against all-St, Lucia side
at Victoria Park, Castries, knocked
up in grand style a total of 240
for the loss of 6 wickets, before
the close of play.

The Merchants XI won the toss
and elected to bat on a perfect
wicket, lunchtime finding the
score 42 without loss,

Joseph, who opened with T. C,
Kallo, went quickly after lunch
for 19. Three other bats went
cheaply and Skipper Rickhi part-
nering Shuffler brought the score
from 121 to 209 in a partnership
yielding 188 runs,

Jaceassar and Shuffler were at
the crease when stumps were
drawn,

SCOREBOARD

MERCHANTS—First Innings



L. Joseph c wicket-keeper b Stewart 19
T. C, Kalloo ¢ & b Ishmael 68
8. Kalloo Lb.w., b Ellick 6
S. Niamath 1.b.w., b Ellick 8
B. Harding c wicket-kpr, b Stewart 9
K. Rickhi ec Clarke b Ellick 48
F. Shuffler not out ho UR
C. Jacassar not out ..... srne 27
Extras: 4

é Total (for 6 wkts.).. 240

BOWLING ANALYSIS

oO mm. oe w.

RB. Crick 13 4 41 0

O, E. Ellick 18 4 49 3

C, Stewart 12 4 24 0

K. Ishmael ll 3 34 1

R. Matthews 6 0 31 0

8S. Griffith 5 0 23 0

Cc. Paul 2 0 11 0
J. Martial 1 0 7 0

F, Phillips 1 0 4 0

—Can, Press.

The teams were;

Spartan: Harris, Bowen, Gib-
ons, Gittens, Cadogan, Haynes,

Walcott, Johnson, Evelyn, Ishmael,
Chase.

Everton: O. Reece, R. Culpepper,
Robinson, E. Reece, S. Culpepper,
Hall, Steede, Blades, Olton, Cox,
White. ined
Roy Marshal

ies between them is

still to play in his first Test match,
CANNOT APE AUSTRALIA

rNVHIS being the case, it is obvious that the West Indies carnot at-

tempt to ape the tactics of
no similarity

the Australian team since there is

in the constitution of the teams nor is it possible for

the West Indies to adopt new tactics at this stage
Experimentation will have to be the order of the day before

the West Indies take the field for

ginning on June 8
Before that time the West
Rae or Stollmeyer contract a bad

Indies must know whether

the first Test at Old Trafford be-

in case
cold or measles whether I\oy Mar-

shall ean fill the breach, They must also know, if unfortunately Wal-

eott cannot be used behind the stumps whether Christiani
wicket up to Test match standard,

van keep

They must know by that time

whether it would be in the best interests to take C, B. Williams out in
place of Ramadhin or both at the expense of Valentine.

Yes, Mr

“Interested” only experimentation within th

bounds

of reason and restraint can guarantee the West Indies an even chance

in the First Test

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W.1. Cricket.
Broadcasts

Further to previous information
on the BBC's arrangements for

broadcasting reports and com-
mentaries on the West Indian
cricket tour below are detailed

final arrangements in this connec-
tion and the special wavelengths
on which these broadcasts will be
heard:

Test Matches: Ball by ball com-
mentary throughout each day’s
play from 10.15 te 17.45 GMT on
16.95 metres, 17.70 megacycles.
The first part of the commentary
from 10.15 to 14.00 GMT will also
be carried on 19.85 metres, 15.07
megacycles.

County Matches: For the open-
ing match against Worcestershire
commentaries will be given on

the last half-hour’s play before
lunch from 12.00 to 12.30 GMT
on 16.95 metres, 17.70 mega-

cycles and on 19.82 metres, 15.14
megacyecles and on the last half-
hour of the day’s play from 17.00
to 17.30 GMT on 13.84 metres,
21.675 megs. on the three days of
the match, May 6th, 8th and 9th.

On the following matches:
M.C.C.—Sat., Mon., Tues.,
May 20, 22 and 23,
Glamorgan—Sat., Mon., Tues.,
May 27, 29 and 30,
Yorkshire—Sat., Mon., Tues.,
July 29, 31 and Aug. 1,
Glamorgan—Sat., Mon., Tues.,
Aug. 5, 7, and 8,
Middlesex—Sat., Mon.,

Aug. 26, 28 and 29,
commentaries will be given from
12.00 to 12.830 GMT on 16.95
metres, 17.70 megacycles and on
19.85 metres, 15.07 megacycles
and from 17,00 to 17,30 GMT on
16.95 metres, 17.70 megacycles
with additional commentaries on
Saturdays from 14.45 to 15.15
GMT on 16.95 metres, 17.70
megacycles.

On the following matches:

Surrey—beginning on Satur-

day, May 13.

Lancashire — beginning

Saturday, June 3,

Notts—beginning on Saturday,

June 17,

Hampshire —
Saturday, July 1,
Northants—beginning on Sat-

urday, July 8,

Derbyshire — beginning

Saturday July 15,

Gloucestershire—beginning on

Saturday, Aug. 19,
commentaries will be given on the
opening day only from 14.45 to
15.15 GMT on 16.95 metres, 17.70
megacycles.

All Matches: In addition to the
above, comments on the day’s play
will be given on every day of
every match in the West Indies
half-hour beginning at 23.15 GMT
on the regular BBC wavelengths
to this area in the 25 and 31
metre bands, 11 and 9 megacycle
bands.

The BBC's West Indies Office,
P.O. Box 408, Kingston, Jamaica,
B.W.I. will be glad to answer
questions on any of the above in-
formation which is not clear.

Local time in British Guiana is
3% hours behind GMT; Jamaica
is 5 hours; Br. Honduras is 6

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Sir Pelham Warner, welcoming
the team said “I was born in the
West Indies and first played crick-
et as a small boy at 6.30 in the
morning in my nightshirt with
a native houseboy bowling to me
along the gallery round our house.
It was a perfect wicket. I had
the great honour to play for the
West Indies in the year 1900 in
the first West Indies team that
came to this country. I am too
old to boast—but I’m 76 and not
out! Perhaps you will forgive me

* if I mention that I made a hun-

dred. I remember going in to
pat with Oliver. He nearly ran me
off my feet. But I have never been
given a West Indies cap!

Happy Visit

“Well two years ago, after 50
years’ absence from the West
Indies, I had the great good for-
tune to go out on the same ship
as the M.C.C., team under the
captaincy of G. O. Allen, and I
can assure you I had the most
glorious and happy time that any
man could have in any sphere of
life. I was completely spoiled.
Their kindness, hospitality and
affection I shall never forget.

“In no part of the British
Empire is cricket more closely
followed and more keenly played.
Enthusiasm is tremendous and
to go down Broad Street in Bar-
bados on the day of the Test
Match, the whole place is crowded
with cars and everybody is hur-
rying to the match. And so well
educated are the West Indians
that though the schools may have
decided to go back on January 21
and the Test Match is on the 26th,
the schools are given am extra
week. I call that proper education
—cricket is the greatest educa-
tion you can have.

“IT want to warn the English
cricketers—my countrymen are
very good. Next to the Austra-
lians they are the best of our
cricketing Dominions and I think
they are going to do very well in
this country. I don’t want Eng-
land to lose, on the other hand [
want to see my countrymen do
very well, which I am confident
they will do. I should like to see
the match level and England
winning by one wicket—you will
see how very neutral IT am!”

—B.U.P.

B’dos Friendly
Football Association

Following are this week's fixtures:
May 2nd: Berwick vs. Colts at Shell
Referee: Mr. J. Archer
Advocate vs. Tambrose at St
ard’s. Referee: Mr. C. Jommott
Penrode va. National at the
Referee: Mr. E. Reece.

May 3rd: Tambrose vs. Colts at Shell
Referee: Mr. E. Clarke.

Reeds United vs, St. Matthews at the
Pay. Referee: Mr. O. Graham

St. Mary's Old Boys vs. Westerners
at St Leonard's. Referee m_—. GU
Jemmott.

May 4th: Reeds United vs.
the Bay. Referee: Mr. B.
Rangers vs. Colts at St.
Referee: Mr. O. Graham.
St. Matthews vs. Wavell Sports Club
Shell. Referee: Mr. J. Archer
May 5th: Advocate vs. National
the Bay. Referee: Mr. O. Graham
Westerners vs. Harkliffe at
Leonard’s, Referee: Mr. E. Reece
St. Mary’s Old Boys vs. Wavell Sports
Club at Shell, Referee: Mr. B. Clarke.

BRIDGE BUILDER DIES

SYDNEY, Australia.
Sir Ralph Freeman, designer
and builder of the world’s heavi-
est arch bridge, the 50,000-ton
Sydney Harbour Bridge, died in
England recently at the age of 69.
The bridge, completed in 1932, was
his greatest work.

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—Can, Press

CAMAREES WINS
AT NEWMARKET

NEWMARKET, April 28.
Camarees time of one minute,
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I ACKNOWLEDGE with many thanks a copy of the “B
Breeders’ Review” Volume XXXVIJ, 1948. Foundéd in et
owners of the British Bloodstock Agency Ltd., and publisheg by ty
these books have become almost the bible of British horse annua,
valuable have they become from year to year that when cuts &
Browne sat down to write his famous “History of the En isk xt
the Bloodstock Breeders’ Review” was one of the four Works of
ence consulted by him to verify his facts and round off his Tea,
The other three works he consulted were : “The Racing Cale
“The General Stud Book”, and “Ruff’s Guide to the Turf”. Pr ,
of the latter are mainly reference books listing straight factya) a
we may guess that the Bloodstock Breeders’ Review often helped ip
out with descriptions of horses and races not to mention the ty
intimate stories of many of the leading personalities of the Brig
turf, The story behind the history so to speak, To meio o.
tribute could be paid to this book. Bete

During the last World War the book naturally suffered, che
through the lack of paper, but a great deal from the scareity of
for this type of work. The inimitable style of the late Mr,
Moorhouse, its Editor from the inception until just prior to the
was forced to give way to more brief accounts of the doings of Eng bas
thoroughbreds and the sportsmen who breed and race them Neve:
theless the books lost none of their historic value, After them,
und things did not return to normal the brief style continued, â„¢
gradually this has changed and now I am glad to say We are o,f
more getting back to fuller stories which make for more entertsin,
reading. It is to be hoped that it will, not be long before the pr :
Editor, Mr. Bernard O’Sullivan, will have as much space gyi
desires and so do justice to his subject in the fashion set by thy
Mr. Moorhouse.

But what pleases me more than ever about this latest Vol:
and here my West Indian pride must be pardoned, is that {op
first time in the history of the Annual, there is a picture of og!
our creoles winning one of our classics. Of course I knew ifs
coming out because I sent it myself, but that does not dim
from the pleasure I get in seeing Ligan playing his part, be it
so small, in the world history of the thoroughbred, for such a rag
is what the Bloodstock Breeders’ Review has long since become,

RACING IN KENYA

WHAT IS ALSO OF ABSORBING INTEREST in this volume!
the above book is an account of racing and breeding in the colony
Kenya, Not that I am so terribly interested because there is sg
Eahram in that colony, but rather because of the interesting
parison which can be made with racing in the West Indies,

Now the racing or breeding of the thoroughbred in Kenya
be very old, There is also no doubt that it is not on a very lag
scale because I see that there were 165 races and the total
offered amounted to £15,755. For these races a total of just om
200 horses were in training, Against these figures one might gi
that we are better off because in the same year there were 315 ru
in the West Indies for which a total of £114,008 in stakes was pu
vided, while 329 horses took part. |

But where we suffer by comparison, in my opinion, is in
matter of the distances provided ‘or our races in general ang
particular our classic events, Owners, breeders and traines;
Kenya, have not apparently shared the view of their West In
counterparts when it comes to judging the capabilities of theirb
stock and it is found that the Derby Trial Stakes is 1% mile,
East African Derby is 1144 miles and the Kenya St, Leger 14m

Now I am not going to suggest that the men who control n
in Kenya are entirely correct and that we in the West Indies areq
wrong. But I am going to declare that they have shown @
more enterprising attitude towards building up the breeding in '
in their colony, while we have shown a very short sighted view
catering almost exclusively to sprinters. For there is no doubt
all our classics are framed in the most lopsided manner, wilh
good sprinter having everything in his favour. Worse still is the
that there are no races, even in imported classes, beyond 9% furl
A true stayer in the West Indies is therefore almost a dead
whether he be native bred or imported. What a remarkable stale
affairs ? }

What, I would like to know, really started this antipathy to
distance races in the West Indies? As far as I can see it was¢
by two things, Number one was the fact that in Trinidad and BG
the home of racing in the South Caribbean, the majority of a
were half-breds. Number two : a completely erroneous belief thi
mile and a half race was responsible for the break down of mal
English thoroughbred. The first reason is sound enough. Bit
second is the greatest amount of tommy rot that I have ever!
in my life.

Now that we have almost removed the cause of reason Mumm)
one why should we persist with the ridiculous state of affairs wher
1 speedy two-year-old can win three thousand odd dollars ina#
furlong dash and then come back six months later, when three, #
have another shot at a further three thousand over the same disiat
Meanwhile a poor breeder who has had the misfortune to invest
some mare tracing back to the best bloodstock in England, i&
staying type, has to wait another six months before he has a
to get one race suitable to his horse, only to find, that by that
the speedy horse can just get a mile and 130 yards. What a ai
set of names might have been written on the scroll had the
Derby been a mile and a quarter in the last 15 years.

The time is fast approaching when we must change this

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) Football
| Fixtures

FIRst DIVISION







i:— .
mend DIRE y. EVERTON
Referee: Ss. Gittens ;
lly c. Smith & O. S
as
a LEG Ev. PICK.-ROVERS
3 eree: Pp. Wilkin :
_ es L. Harris & G. Amory
goiurday, Mad O°, eTAN
CARLTON SPARTA)
ee: §. Gittens and P
Wilkin. aS
SECOND DIVISION
tuesday May 2; College v Empire.
role A. Ishmael.

., May 3: Spartan v Notre

ee Referee: O. S. € oe Mn

Friday. May 5: Everton v Colle
Referee: C a

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2 ¥.M.P.C. v. Sheil

tuesday, May Shel
at Buckles Road. Referee: F
Weal y, ¥.M.C.A, at
Combermere neferee: W. Rich-

Combermere, Ri
mn.

ednes. 8: Lodge v. Comber-

wa st toys at Lodge. Referee

a . Y.M.C.A. at Black

Rock. ree G. E. Amory.
peat stay 8: Y.M.P.C. v. Lodge
at Beckles Road.
is. P
vy. Notre Dame at Bank
Hal Referee: S. Gittens.

oR WEEK ENDING MAY 13

a SS Oe ee ee ee ee

Referee: L.



FIRST “DIVISION

i
Moniey 2OVERS vy. EMPIRE

Referee: O. S. Coppin.
Linesmen: L. Harris
Edwards.

arsday, May 11:—
e VERTON vy. CARLTON

je Wilkin.
ee: D. W. Sayers & O. S.
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saturday, May 13:— f
MAOLLEGE v. SPARTAN
a: L, Thomas
eemen: G. Amory
Richardson.

SECOND DIVISION

and

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, May 9: z :
Tuesday SPIRE v. Y.M.P.C
Referee: C. pauth:
, May 10:— 4 y
Wed LEGE v. NOTRE DAME
Referee: G. Amory.
Friday, PARTAN v. EMPIRE
: D. W. Savers.
Rete AIR DIVISION
esday, May 9:—
CARLTON v

kk,
Referee: L. Harris.
COMBERMERE v
Combermere.
Referee: A. Ishmael.
nesday, May 10:—
Wet WICK-ROVERS v.
TON at Kensington
Referee: W. Richardson.
Friday, May 1%:—
CARLTON v. COM. O
Pages: 0; 8, Coppin
feree: O. ‘oppin.
CABLE AND WIRELESS v
Â¥.M.C.A, at Boarded Hall
Referee: C
SHELL v.
Shell.
Referee: F. Edwards.
LODGE v. FORTRESS at Lodge
Referee: W. Richardson,
PICKWICK-ROVERS v. POLICE
at Kensington.
Referee: L. Thomas
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WEMBLEY STADIUM,
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Arsenal won the English F. A.
Cup for the third time here this
afternoon, beating Liverpool 2—0
after a splendid game,

A goal in each half from
foot.of inside left Reg Lewis
them a clear cut victory
their opponents, for whom
thing would go right.

Territorially there was not a
lot in it. Indeed Liverpool fore-
ed eleven corners to Arsenal’s
three, but the opportunism of the
raiding London forwards earned
the south a_ well-deserved
tory.

The King and Queen and 100.-
000 fans, paying nearly £40,000
saw a keen level game with plen-
ty of thrills.

They saw the London Clu
play at peak—one Arsenal sup-
porter declared he had never seen
them play better—and the Liver
pool team below its best

the
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The strength of Arsenal lay not
only in their fast moving for
wards, who swung the ball about
with accurate long passes, but als
in their half-back line which wa










much superior to that of Liver-
pool.

Joe Mercer, theiz seasoned cap-
tain, had a great game at left
half, while Scottish international
Alex Forbes, at right half, and
Leslie Compton in the centre of
the line, were little behind him

Apart from scoring both goals,
Lewis was the pick of the for
wards, with little Jimm Logie
also playing extremels vell at
inside right. Both, back Laurie
Scott and Wally 3arnes were
steady, and George Swindon very
safe in goal

“Liverpool possessed no. reall,
great player on the day, the out-
standing man being left bach
Spicer, and the winger Bill
Liddell and Jimn Payne

Persistent rain up’to the start
had made the ground = slippery
but the drizzle had ceased when
Arsenal kicked off

The first excitement came in
the fifth minute, when Albert
Stubbins, the Liverpool leadei
was thrown on a Liverpool pass
from Liddell, but instead of shoot-
ing he centred across the goal
with no colleagues about to pop

the ball into the net

Play continued fairly even with
both

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for three minutes due to slight
concussion. On his return Liver-

pool made their dying effort, but

Arsenal’s goal bore a charmed
life

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oal when beautifuly placed and
a minute later, with only the

oal-keeper to beat, he put a ter

rific drive right into the hand
of the advancing Swindon
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Stubbins heading the ball against
bar. Liverpool's effort ended
and Arsenal were back
the attack when the final whist'«
blew

Arsenal Swindon, Scott, Barnes
Forbes, L. Compton, Mercer, Cox,
Logue, Goring, Lewis, D Compton

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Liverpool: Sidlow Lambert
Spicer, Taylor, Hughes, Jones
Payne, Baron, Stubbins, Fagan
Liddell

—Reuter.

Rain Prevents
Four Games

Yesterday
LONDON, April

Persistenv rain prevented a bal!
rom being bowled to-day in any

29;

the four matches which wers
have opened the English first
cricket season.
Viavches involved were the
County Championship clash be-
een Surrey and Glamorgan ‘ai

he Oval, and the fixtures M.C.¢
Yorkshire at Lords’, Cam-
bridge University vs. Sussex ai
Cambridge, and Oxford University
vs. Gloucestershire at Oxford.
M.C.C. and Yorkshire players
iscussed the possibility of going
to the Soccer Cup Final av
Wembiey, but like thousands of
other people, found they could noi
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gers 1; the game between Chicago
Louis Browns
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Flying Saucers
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BUENOS AIRES
military authoritie
preparing to question a Pata-
gonia farmer who'claimed to have
seen a fiving saucer with four six
feet six inch tall men, dressed in
‘cellophane capes”, sitting on the
ground near the town cf Coman-
dante Piedrabuena, in southert
Argentina recently,

In a letter to the Buenos Aires’
newspaper La Razon, farmer Wil-
fredo H. Arevalo, described how
he saw the flying saucer:

‘It landed softly on the ground
about three kilometers from where

Argentine’s
are

' was. Despite the diste:ce | was
able ‘to see it was a circular
machine, very white and phos-
rhorescent, with a dense. shiny

id bluish smoke coming out of
the top.”

\ecvalo said lit drove in a

-Yo-wagon to about 160 yards
‘em the machine which “gave

vut a smell of burning benzine.
{ae machine had a large cir-
cular plate” — the letter added—
cy kept turning like a gramo-
phone record, Its structure seemed
to be of aluminum, or some other
light metal, peculariy phosphor-
escent . In the centre, there was a
large spherical glass cabin, Four
nen, very tall, dressed in white,
ught clothes, moved around in-
ide the cabin.”
rhe farmer
Kigtt of the men
inches, the diameter
at nearly nine
eler of the
coteen feet,
Lhe crew
comed

estimated the
sIx feet, six
of the cabiu
feet and the diam-
entire

t
at

machine uv

of the
wrapped

machine
in cello-
phane slips which shined in a
rare manner Their faces were
very pale, almost like pure white,

| believe they saw me,” the
faimer added, because they
turned a blinding light on me for

long while.”

Arevalo said the intense light
inside the cabin made it impossi-
ble to distinguish several objects

to be

which the cellophane-clad men
handled, “but I think I saw two
mirrors or lenses which moved
istantly around
He claimed that suddenly the |
ehine turned on its axle and
turned a strong, bluish light on
mc, which seemed to come from}

cameras. The machine then began
to expel a dark blue smoke and
a green flame from its rear end
It rose as if catapulted, with a low
moaning sound and within a few
seconds became a bright point in
the sky.”
The farmer
machine hovered in the
the time he inspected
one, The letter added
A few hours after La Razon
printed the letter, informed quar-
ters reported that the Ministry of
National Defence had ordered
Arevalo to travel to Buenos Aires

Said that another
ky all

the first

to give the military authoritie
further details

—LN.S.

BOXING BOUT IN USS.
NEW YORK, April 27.

Cesar Brion, Argentine Heavy-
weight Champion, has arrived
here from South America to seek
a match with Rocky Roland of the
United States, Brion lost to Ro-
land last year. Herman Wallman,
of the International Boxing Club,
who met Brion, said the South
American has jumped from 195 to
205 pounds in weight

NOTES

@ From page 4.

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Aubrey B

The last ten years of the nine-
teenth century—the period known
in England as “The Nineties”—
provided a literary firework show
whose most effective rockets and
set-pieces were perfectly visible
across the Channel. Oscar Wilde
was at its centre, and set the tone
and the pace of its chief mani-
festations at the start. But Aubrey

Beardsley, its only important
graphic artist, achieved in his
pitifully brief period of activity

a fame which has proved more
lasting even than that of Wilde.
In an artistic life of a little more
than six years, he became one of
the few English illustrators ever
to be known throughout Europe
and America. And for this reason,
if for no other, it is appropriate
that the fiftieth anniversary of his
death should be marked by a
glance backward at his work.

Beardsley died on March 16.
1898, in his twenty-sixth year
He had come to maturity when
“The Nineties” were just begin-
ning, and his work, after a single
false start, became almost imme-
diately the perfect mirror of his
literary circle. The writers of
“The Nineties’ considered them-
selves as being the spiritual chil-
dren of what they called the
French “Decadents”. Their main
characteristic was an extreme
and effete delicacy of manner
combined with an emphatic and
exhibitionist morbidity of sub-
ject-matter; but they were also
rooted in the “Aesthetic Move-
ment” — that painless death-bed
of Pre-Raphaelitism, which had
been the most vigorous art move-
ment of mid-nineteenth century
England—and it was at this point
that Beardsley’s art first touched
theirs

Pre-occupied

It was with the painting cf
Burne-Jones, the most famous of
the later Pre-Raphaelites, that
Beardsley was first pre-occupied
Although he had arrived in London
in 1888, at the age of 16, Beardsley
had spent’the next three year
first in an architect’s office and
then am insurance clerk, and
it was not until just before his
nineteenth.birthday that he made
Burne - Jones’ acquaintance -
Burne-Jones, “the greatest liv-






ing ar in Europe,” as Beards-
ley was a ‘little hater to write in
a letter to. his old schoolmaster
On this Occasion he first met
Oscar Wilde, whom he described

in the same letter “charming.”























Jeardsley’s drawings of this
perio@ are weekly after the man-
ner of. Burne-Jone And hi
first la¥gé-scale work for | lica
tion—w set of illustrations to
Malory's .Morte «’Arthur —owed
a very gféat deal to Burne-Jones’

edigevatism and even more t
the style of bool llustration
which had been developed b
William “Morris at his Kelmscott
Press. However, this edition was
not published until a year or suv
later, in 1893, and by this time
Beardsley’s style and vision had
undergone an essential change
As it turned out, the casual meet-
ing with Oscar Wilde had been
of far greater artistic significance
to him than the apparently im-
portant contact with Burne-Jones
Wilde Salome published in
French in 893 released in
Beardsley the first expression of
the eraticisn whicl whether
veiled or explici i to be the
central characteristic of all his
mature work \ drawir which
he made to illustrate att
Climax” from Salome a draw
l whicl sl ed the princess

to |} » lips of the sev-
ered he i of Jokanaan was
I ] ed in The Studio, a ne
i¢ vhic! luded in
its fix number a laudatory ar-
ticle on Beardsley together with
selection of his other designs
The style of this drawing is en-
tirely different from h earlier
exercises in mediaevalism He
had interpreted Wilde’ exoti
text in terms which he had bor-
rowed fron e Japanese print
and this so-called Japanesqut
manner wi characterize hi
work in its next phase. It cannot



be claimed for Beardsley that h
showed any marked originality
in submitting to the influence of
Japanese art, for Japanese print
had for some time been exceed-







DURING his short life Aubrey Beardsley made a name for him-
self as the perfect illustrator of a whole literary epoch—“the nine-
ties” of the last century. He arrived in London at the age of 16 and
spent several years in an architect’s office and as an insurance clerk
meetings with such important figures of the day as Burne-
Jones and Oscar Wilde his work gradually won recognition.

He became art editor of that famous “text-book of the 1890s’”’—
the Yellow Book and the Savoy and produced numerous book illus-

Following

















eardsley, Illustrator
Of Britain’s « Ninetie

By JONATHAN MAYNE

Of the Department of Painting, Victoria and
Albert Museum, London





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periodical somewh: simi in
scope and intention to The Yellow
Book, which was consciously de-
signed t rival r persede
the earlier ventur -
menced publi
1896. Beardsley at re
ing ni tyle th ¢ h new ¢
cf his career lread
been noticed Between The
Yellow Book and The Savoy
had turned back to-
the eighteenth ce i
v ( te |
Savoy xe ¢
. ul
of
f n
s of
in ever more ir
his represe a 10“
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le I na e in-
clined a facade. At the
same time as € sw K go
the earliest iesigr The
Savoy, ! f

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anat arfact
trations, so that this epoch has been referred to as the “Beardsley pr ay he ie os
Period.” Many critics
equally artif i lrawings a
ingly popular in England, as in Beardsley nest
France (had they not been can-
enized by the Goncourts?), and steocar oan
Whistler's “Japanese Room” was ee
a popular place of pilgrimag
among the elite. But Beardsley’s
use of the convention was some-
thing quite new. It gave him th
freest scope to develop his im-
mense decorative sense, his linear
delicacy and his delight in the
over-elaborate in matters of dress
and what he called “chevelure”:
but above all, in interpreting a
text of the nature of Wilde
Salome—for this single illustra-
tion, done fi wn pleasure
led to a com sion to prepar
a complete et of drawing
whict ned in the
English ¢ on the play ir
94—Bea every op-
portunit s his natural
reo tio all sort of
violence en licence, at
en 0 wickednes
Dra ich “Enter Her
li rt Dancer Re il
il fect exa les of th
iting sense of evil
At The Head
If Salome put Beardsley at the
head of the English ‘“Decadents’
in the field of illustration, his posi
tion Ww t be consolidated in
1894 er der hi irtistic
¢ itors! ur rt t ted to ippeal
hat te f rhe Nine
ties’, The Yellow Book Thi
rter bound betweer
‘Tt <¢ um i to
I ind
f illu
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prese rea f the grout
It tle owns a French
allegiance being derived fron rHIS is a characteristic Yellow Boo le ¢
the common tel ellow back line has given way to something bolder ling
f F And i ; : $ 1 P
IS off in sensitivity. A lady at her toile
rOprn : t ‘raw!ngs jike a deadly weapon, is a recurring ein B mare¢
ide f 3¢ n hould .
have’ Ona hi tyle world
fron é : to one
} ‘ te the imagination. Whether he drew
I trec. In the lady at her dressing-table a
place of the tenu ly sweeping solitary walker by night, or even
line of Salome, he eveloped f an Ani ciation for n pei be eae ee
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had not embroidered with line, escape even the least instructea wa
the white f The Yellow Book observer. It is hardly to be won- Ny smite
lustrat are an essential part dered at that when the trial of THE NEW
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rget your
What is a Husband?

A husband is a man who—

(1) Has no views of his own.

(2) Has no money of his own.

(3) Has no secrets of his own.

(4) Has no will of his own.

(5) Often has no bedroom of his
own.

(6) Certainly has no cigarettes,
handkerchiefs, gr toothpaste
of his own.

Nevertheless, he is usually the

an who—

(a) Proposes marriage.

(b) If refused, proposes again.

(ec) And again, and again.

(d) Pays for the wedding.

(e) Puts she dog out.

(i) Pays the rent.

(¢) Puts the cat out.

(nh) Pays for his daughter's

wedding.

Puts his mother-in-law out.

Pays for his own funeral.

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joesn’t matter which) and
hike. If the day is hot,
isn’t, the less active
f the party (including
‘an take an afternoon
ithin easy walking distance
Dog and Duck while the
limb the hill.
refreshing sleep, awake
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prepares to sip his mistress’
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1 whole the designs seem to be
less successful than some of his
> work and some of the
d ngs that he was doing at
the same time for The Savoy.
rt iliustration to “The Fourth
Tableau of Das Rheingold”, which
as used for the cover-design
the xth number of The Savoy
pical of his most powerful at
this period; with its ribbon-like
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I and the sheer precipice
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if he knows adlord Dog and
Duck. Then ashe landlord Dog an’
Duck if he knows lan’ord Duck an’
Dog. Then go back to Lucky Dog
an shee lan’ord Muddy Duck. Then
return Lucky Duck an’ go back
Ruddy Dog. Then go home.
Bumped Off At 103
“Sex avyeal on the films

is old fashioned, and the ‘new

stuff’ is children’s or old men’s

pictures.” —From an article on
the secrets of Hoilywood.

IN view of this, I have written
the scenario of a talkie called}
“Thunder and Gums,” in which
all the characters are more than a
hundred years old. |

The picture begins with a long j

shot of Gran’fer Mugfer, °£ 1 103, |
drooling by his cottag e is|
trying to sing the theme song,
“Dribbling Days A: Again,

but is handicapped by his lack of
teeth. There is a fudeout, and we
next see a close-up of Gran’fer
showing his gums.

Subsequent scenes reveal that
Gran’fer Mugfer and Scarface
Albert Edward Hogg, the only
stone-deaf gangster, aged 102, are
both in love with the same woman,
Mrs. Miffin, aged 101. We see a
close-up of Mrs. Miffin also show-
ing her gums.

Then there is a long shot of a
meeting between Gran’fer Mugter
and Scarface Albert, who have
hated each other for 85 years.

SCARFACE ALBERT Oi've
come to bump ’ee orf.

GRAN’FER MUGFER: Hey?

SCARFACE ALBERT: Dang ’ee,
Oi’ll teach ’ee to come a-musclin’
in on my r-a-a-a-ket.

GRAN’FER MUGFER: Hey?

Several centenarians, all mem-
bers of Scarface’s gang, then seize
Gran’fer, who is put up against a
yall and blown to pieces with
Scarface’s blunderbuss. :

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Let it burst, if you like. Throw in
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throw in salt, pepper, vinegar, and
i bottle of brandy. Serve with hot
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Love

“MY husband threw a hammer
at me and then I threw it at his
mother. After that there was a
general row, and my husband
threw a chair at me.”—

A young wife at the Police Court:
What is this thing called love?
Don’t Be Born Beautiful

One of those American doc-
tors who are always saying
something or other that
modern parents don’t mind if

says

their children are plain be-
cause they usually grow up

clever and make money.

RED, repulsive little Willie,
May be ugly but not sillie.
Hideous, cross-eyed little Johnnie
May grow up to make some mon-

nie,

And, despite protruding ears,

Deal in lots of phoney shears.

And Baby Bert, who looks so
shocking,

One day will
ng.

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set the market rock-
Uncle Nat

st have been the sweetest brat
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If you never get a rise?
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knees

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pq COLOR FOR What Has

Mr. Kaye



PARIS Before Mr. J. Arthur Rank de

pa Jaeques Fatn thinks ee = his latest trip to Amer-

et De cur idea will prevail ok. ae called a conference of some

; PB onere clothes this summer of his’ advisers and asked them
: women $ printed fabric was to use the time while he was
? iit SE season collection #W@Y in ironing out a new pilics
in = who originally wa for British films. "

‘the design ible for the plung- What we've got to do in our

iy e industry,” he said, “is to find a

srt and neckline.

( et of Fath's

the hue:



ple as well as yel-
used

- u
OB pee nd green are

‘ecessories to match white or
outfits. ys
only off-plain trend is seen
few striped cotton blouses

> white chiffon dress em-

q with tiny black dots.





navy blue and some

formula for success,

to please the public? Comedies
tragedies, costume films—or more
films, like ‘Morning Departure’
about our Servicemen?”

A junior adviser from the bot-
tom of the table plucked up his
courage and spoke, “Just any old
film, sir,” he said,
good.”

fer “Ah yes,” replied Mr. Rank,
Q sng gowns do not show any “bnt what is a good film?” nia k

ef Mither but many are made I don’t suppose anyone will
f ee 4 colour fabrics. The tor ever give him the complete an-

may be of lightest grey,
into a dark smoke-colour

Mhe hemline.
Fat Fath the current scooped-













BAL is reversec alter- Ww
J : tyle is reversed. Ha (Warne te A 9s : ee ;
a up high in front and Neither of them willgyver witgymoments “ a oo § at cGnancee yiauiar, tsPhero is

» back ‘ rizes at the film festival. T . e =Srittiantly “than ~'9.¢) o°*°@poser entis Pric

hoof the back. P p: stival. The ever before. Yes. [| know sn HS loves F Sel Co

‘ pe A decolletages are rothd= stories onGvhich they gre based dull ecules know there are mo 7 bs ee er and loses
- in front. They are are just about as ‘Silly Snd°C2Xs wasn't ; sri 1 thi — d She ema z understanding
oe 7 s td gr ) Pe faphe ¢ rhears ir preten I

by a small strapparounc stale as they come But | nén. Gogo} iad a i Blofeven, propalh’ t 7 a eee
ck, In Fath tradition there prophesy success’ gor both of Danny on ae oy Pole sit. it is the re Brine Oo
are some strapless dresses in therm Because involved in each iResnateo e ; ee ofD ar q, Rares Ving, id runs off

Bia ihe summer ' y isin their film_is a man who knows his busi-Otaken by . een peat ae. dee Ther ee eee ise!)
¢ pleats. ness” anc sbeli&y es°gintplicitly ist #Small ioe me corrupt counci) ge . a Sa which” contain
e What he is°doing® *Thog® men are tor ochersi- Gahe s: fing inspecS} Ee Wool Ae ee
jo Sleeves lyor NoVello°affd Danny KayeO ; F oom to “nang them 4," apeeere AS, for instan¢
No Sieev aes aan ay all if he finds egiden 6 that the Shis conversation between heroine
' Pr, eel civie account’ hay 9 and hero ft 12«ve. av
ine arter 12-year part
Jeeves ase eg ho Some Snooty Pe: D4 They turn themselvesoinsiie® + ing: wrote you several times
~ yt “ PRR me 7 o> cP , > ° ‘ +O , a
> on eee nd short edition HEREoseems tobe a™Wtrend Aine nk the, truth pabont o,, “! neyer got“your letters,” say:
££ pete frocks and linen or among some people at the ! ing sia uggeriofrom hiny offer?
day~ . moment to be snooty and sneery MEE him everything from their. Never GesteA home says
ae still faithful Fafh’s about both of them? “They are SUC to their wives i o the heroine
Ber ciihouette a have confirmed their ’r going through the same cid 2+ dG cam assure yon when Seat man’s knack of turning
™ we? this designer, ToUtine” their critics say An _ Danny Kaye is around l-yloupt the trite into the terrific. 1 have

* panels interrupt the yet Mr’ Rank might.note that the ForOinstance if, he® Had eve done feeling that he could ie: &

ed Se These@ancis, shadee Sublic keeps on gedming back. to anything bette? than one number â„¢USical ith a mousetrap as it
; : aa wits. are tucked into them, and%theyShaven't n i%eq '9 which he turps himself into a S498, and still make millior
‘ a ih belt or at both, Out at the box office vet, oe Pere cone ta Sik ares te he AF
Bee front © ( I don't think , they AVvill for a. E is trying to decide what to. And only the tone-deaf could
hs summer hemlines arc long time ) Ania Seite not just + do ina ticklish situation Ouse aly his music moth-eaten. It is
16 inches from the ground because they are great artists, °f Mas brain pop three differently ° 34 Jeers SING he wrote “Keep
heachwear he pxoposes Put it down, above everything, too liseuised Danny KaXe© all g. the Home Fires Burning,” and it
colours, mainly red° Siaea sifcere and passiofite belfef in different advicecat ssj_ AS “still a good tune. He writes
in cotton A red playsuit themselves > o Tas some’ beautiful O¥ISoa Osiicere romantic, and the
d ! * ye :

sun-bathing neck and a In the case of Danny Kaye, jt 89d it ends with , ¢ motes sound that way
fip length jacket with white seems to be the favourite gambit 1Maginary ayes inging -witt So long as he can go on pro-

A white and-red striped JUSt nowcto© say that he is the real Kaye—endin witt , ducing songs like the ones in this

i s matched with red Sipping é has reached suct ‘ Y burlesque o le Inksnotico roe doesn't seem to have
suit top is matched with req Sl H hed such a !0vely burlesq t Th ofilm—and he doesn’t |
Bke with two zippers along the PF ak of celebrity ‘that some peo- That's not the only goSi num- lost the flair yet—Ivor Novello wili
for a quick strip-tease ple just can’t bear it. They go ber, either. There is a gipssosong. StAY at the to.) Those who sneer

saat uiong to his films hoping he is Which sent the audience fiftos.¢t him are just envious fools
yoing to fail raptures when he triedhjt out on,, Cp He takes his place with Danny

Renee nse Is Gt because they don’t like ther at his/} appearancesTat Kaye as\% great figure, and a

4 him personally? Well, I know he the Palladiuni—and, to myAvay 8teat tradition. Sniping at either
Pp : ’ h ;

YORK; Latest thing for ikes himself awfully seriously, Of thinkimg it come ff even Qf them is just a waste of time
en this spring “transfers” ‘and is always worrying about better in~the film A\s gthey’stand at the moment,
applied to ankles, ingteps or what the critics are saying about All right, take a kick at Kaye their decriers might find a more
knees and filmy nylons worn him He still chews miserably if you want to. Tha your profitable occupation loosing off

4 the highly coloured pattern; over a harsh notice I wrote about privilege But for me he is stijj their popguns at Hl these flying
mee men — cotton plaid digner him 18 months ago the great funny man—the most S#®ucers

similar to that wort’ re But since when Luvthat been Sndearing mime, the most en- Same Old Story=
ily by the King. a bad fault in anyone It couraging comic force Hirt 4 NDER’ MY SKIN (Odeon

. ————— ( since Chaplin U . Sian .
me es Marble Arch). It’s the same
; . ») r . f t wy ary the « se
yy ORY OF Four Kayes ld racing story, with the same
; \ rAC OOKS i g to fix the race
| 4 1 HEARD some peopl alkiz except that it takes place in France
about the film that a British nd Italy this time.
‘ | ) » OTH Y GR A 7 company has made, in colour, John Garfield is the jockey
Mv Va J ] from Ivor Novello’s famous war- Who doesn’t mind-taking a bribe
. : time success, THE DANCING. ‘to ne race, until his son finds
: . VE 10 out and makes ‘el ashame
‘ STORY of Dorothy Gray is one of those magnifi- YEARS (Carlton), — Sages ioe a ae sea Sonnets
nt rican stories of how a woman with imagination What an old-fashioned windbag He decides to ride honestly there-
opldte ven rc WB: WOMAR WEL SABINA that man is! Corny lines, dread- after, and promptly bredks his
nius an@hard work made good—made good, not only in fully trite situations, music with neck I hope Hollywood didn't
. muding a great business, but also in carrying out her ideal moths in it. This is going to be intend this to be the moral of
| helping other women. the prize flop of all time.” the story
e ping | Don’t you believe them This London Expres Service. }
3 in Dorothy Gray was grow- Were wondertul; they haa the deli- |
Mamie the world was still more Cacy, accuracy and strength of the |
Mees Under the influence of hands of violinist; they were
J anism. Women who painted Vibrant Women who had _ been A SMOOTSH, COOI
fowdered in an effort to pre- “peeled” and “skinned” and cut,
Infect of youth still caused S&W that the simplest way was the '
- + EX ¥ A iray’s J
me eyebrows. Women who best, and they sought Miss Gray's the peauly eream
Me eltaid of convention and Natural and more scientific r .
TMi opinion still felt they had methods. that is a ‘treaiment
" m themselves to growing All this time Dorothy Gray was
“gehen they were thirty. studying and watching To her,
May Gray was one of the each woman was a new problem. | ws seit t :
mapewomen of the new era who She knew that an oily skin does | ‘ HAZELINE SNOW! =
d to resign herself to look- not need the same treatment as :
fat thirty—and refused to doves a dry one. She built up an protects the skin from dust
m that the effort to keep understanding, not only of deli- and dirt... guards against sun
i eeesable. zs Dorothy cate eee Be * er cools the skin immediately
émed modern, sane, nature and psychology as all. itis aeolied o etite
right, for a woman to She must comprehend the women! PP ae 6 |
If young looking and At last, she opened her lovely softens and perfumes the |
for as many years as salon of facial aesthetics on Fifth skin, prevents that shiny look |
It occurred to Dorothy Avenue, and furnished it, amid

Mat paint and powder was
tdon because the paint and
in that day was so obvi-
) cial, Dorothy Gray de-
mto make cosmetics so fine
od, and truly beneficial that
the most conservative woman
Buse them without criticism.
oy Gray would be the first
that her original inspira-
Wes selfish. She wanted to
‘ young looking and
Wve forever, But as she
f and experimented, it be-
her ambition to fielp all the
epremen. She would teach
e © protect and conserve
Natural charm— how to ork
Matte io po:

Of time.
mee Gray was fortunate in
Maughter of a doctor.
Physicians in that day re-
oc as sheer vanity.
ray’s father saw how
ty was to his daughter.
pent devoted hours teaching

: knew,

Be Borotay Gray had all the
eh tather could give her,
eed On the great adven-
B coming to New York She
With her the driving am-
: enthusiasm for the
\ id undertaken,
‘ Was no easy road to
1 SUecess at that time. Doro-
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oMmpounding her lus-





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os behind a screen—
ns fom this mysterious
to serve the clients
ma coming to he
rea t r for the
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Was one of the
; od the importance of
he aboratory research to
Preparation up-to-date
â„¢M scientific develop-
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, efual it was that
PERE Dororn, Gray met a cer-
| ee Stage beauty in the
: in aoe charn She
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wants a clue he.might do worse

What sort of
pietures must we make in future

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a - artist stops worrying, @nusica’. is,going fo give pleasure
pc is performances that of to millions, e @
: down for my battleaxe. o (79'i trueethat°°The Dan
When i" Si 13 { rusethat’°s The Daneins
e § ings ! S whem you break dowr

than have a look’ at' twos pictures' :

shieh are having theirtirst Shows
ing-in London this week. (







roseate lights, and an atmosphere
scented as with flowe She sur-
rounded herself with young girls
who were put through a thorough
apprenticeship in her methods of
beautifying femininity. The place
radiated harmony and cheer.

As a magnet attracts steel, wo-
men flocked to Dorothy Gray—
wives of millionaires and actresses
whose beauty and fame make
them envied. Women sometimes
came closely veiled, as if ashamed
that they were seeking help in
their efforts to retain the appear-
ance of youth. Some told her of
their vital yearnings to hold their
the admiration of the public,









own

or their husbands, or their big
salaries! New Yorkers of the ex-
clusive set, and actresses, whose
intense life exhausts and ages

them before their time—all came
to Dorothy Gray to seek loveli-
ness again.

Dorothy Gray had arrived! The
theories she had advocated in her
home community had worked out
triumphantly in the metropolis.
The newspapers always eager to
chronicle the doings of the suc-
cessful, sought to interview her.
Her knowledge of her profession,
and her theories became good copy
for the special writers. Qne Jour-
nal of prominence facetiously said:

“Dorothy Gray Turns Old@Wives Cy

into
ine

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R Ti k t Soon and the life which he had led 4
= the last ~w vears had done
In the 1Q¥h century the peopic ace 1€ e Barbados Advocate Correspondent neidhe to haunts its vehemence
of Britain, «inhampered by any Hy V.BR. Orchard : aa His letters ‘of this time to his pub-
: vodesty when it was a LONDON, BINGSTON 2 iether, Laexahd ‘Smithers, are pa- '
question of extolling their coun- they sways there? Is the far ale# whieh are he'd periodically ,UPateds of racegoers left the; The Alwyn Lighting Products thetically punctuated wit! : All
iry’s meritsynever tired of pro- 1146), pérmanent wothe? And eré in Britain. In the a “ 4 sy Epsom race track recently con | Lid. of Canada, manufacturers of nctotts of hemacinas, He re [%
claiming that the United King- they colts or addr méres. oF ordinary. vée: Seabee. Tattersall incei they needed immediate; qiorescent and incandescent light- tired from London to the seaside
the stud farm of the foais or yeurl'ngs or stallions alone have a turnover of about °P.ical treatment ‘ | ing equipment are finalising plans in the hope of recovery, and from 7
Sv vas a very comforting "Do get to the heart of the busi- £2.000,000. A wood proportion of ,, Most of them also learned that/ for the start of production in then until his death in March of
} $3 and, broadly speaking, it ess it might be wise: first of all. tr, epresents business done ‘* is foolish to tear up tote and] Jamaica. the next year he was to move from
EW true one. Nor need we be , consider . WMA it de. Wat. the gents for exten in addition betting tickets until at least ten | : t restrictions the place tu place on his doctor’s or-
my, of repeating it, so long as Wak he ae cabin tor. ian tihohee Mile” cob at: Minutes after each respective, Due to import restiictions | the . place His conversion to Roman ;
1 as a generalisation Here, tr igh awe ; i Y oury 8¢° busi ” al, fer ‘enn th ren | ee borer er age whe Cath i in took place at this time. | tion against ill-health, a strengthening food for =
‘ it as a_ gen . ere, straightaway, is a surpr.s@ business, as. r example, th ; ; ie j ucts to atholicis a ‘ \ protection ¢ ee on Cm ’
vitish stock, whether horses, fo; the uninitiated: the answer 18 recent sale of the stallion Nasral. It happened like this: tsi So ler cette area From Bournemouth he went, by hildre’ . , . there’s goodness in ‘Kepler’ for all the i -
ec or pigs, is rightly not necessarily money—at t inh. for a reputed sum of £133,000 In the 2.35 p.m. race the name antries from which it enjoyed way of London, to Paris, fron wily, ‘Kepler’ contains vitamins A and D and gives
the world over not in a large number of instances the Un!ted States of America of Mayfair Prince = aes ‘. oe dubstantial business, and the Paris to St. Germainen-Laye, _ nergy, extra nourishment, [ts sweet, malty flavour
“ertaps Britain’s special To begin with, it is not at ail Studs, whether public or pri- vue ties tote eleaanare po mtn decision was taken to establish a thence to Menton, which ee so fanaa an
a, it of all her breeds the certain that thoroughbred breed- yate, are of two distinct types, aan pag , oa th t M rend branch factory in Jamaica in or- be his final resting-place. Bu eee
h ihc ehbred, that is to say the img can be madé to pay. Plenty aithough some of them are dual- welae a aia a mo der to supply local requirements he was still working, and v2 ae ~ e
“*yacchurse, is supreme—and_ this Of people have found that out. purpose studs. There are those ip ge rest aes even 4 runner.| as well as being able to ship to cordance with his previous a é KEPLER GOODNESS
‘in an era of competition for the It is still the fact that there is ‘on which stallions are kept and The ‘ tird 5 o Khetw roan — other sterling area countries and a new style was emerging; a i > moRE
world’s Dlood-stock — markets @ large rumber of breeders—the those which do not have stallion ee eee pty put bY! io the hard currency area coun- uncompleted series of designs | TOTHE C=
en ue rever been fiercer, It Majority admittedly small breed- There are perhaps not more than then hundreds of show tickets on tries of Panama, Cuba, Costa Rica, Ben Johnson's Volpone are an in-- COD LIVER OIL WITH rue y
ies acide. too. that when we €ts—who breed as a hobby, never 50 sta’lion studs of the highest that horse had been torn to Puertd Rico and some of the dication of what he might have XTRACT
peat Eni land as being the expecting to make much money, grade, plus about 500 smuller shreds ed nerves territories come to do in his next phase if ba MALT E = oy
a we thoroughbred, we equally prepared to lose a little, establishments where second—and The finish of the 3.15 race} South An _ en his physical and mental energy Re
pci anna put the exact if they must. third-class stallions are main- seemed very exciting to the punt-| 4 large shipment of component had not begun to desert him. — A BURROUGHS WELLCOME & CO, PRODUCT
truth. We did indeed breed and A Noble Breeder tained. The number of stud farms ers who saw Port O’Light gain! parts has already arrived “ag pan show a new naturalism = Seek nts for Barbados : COLLINS" LTD. ay
dives »» the thoroughbred; he is The great Lord Derby—grand- where stallions are not kept is not less than a length victory over’ setting up of the factory and jnterest in the architectural ack- Ny
a vlish as Scotch whisky is father of the present Earl—most easily assessed. It is very con- Reminiscence and Stromboli, but | opinion is that the company will ground of the seventeenth century
on ay et - likely succeeded in making his siderable, as it includes hundreds they nubbed their eyes and yell-| 6 ready to accept orders for its It is impossible woeknae | a
The skill of our breeders and im i ed “amazing” when the judge! products in early May ment on Beardsley iit rary i och |
rooms, their knowledge Te Tr recorded the winner had crossed | ing the whole of the literary ep’ 4
Coe y lated the line four lengths in front. | a amarennnetaaietiits of which he was the perfect illus
- i ee "cae An official photograph of tue} . ; trator. Exhibitionism was no)
sake Provnaee: too, has race showed Port O’Light had} /N PARLOUS CONDITION doubt his central neurosis, i ee
Bigs is with conditions of soil registered a win by threequarters ; exhibitionism is not necessa 3 |
Fa a variety of a length, but still the judge’s ON 100TH BIRTHDAY | failing for an artist—if it were,
sane nate which, for ; q :
contribute to the well- verdict stands. April. 28 few would escape “ ee
in” orougnbred nd to The wor war yet to come. In| _ GEORGETOWN, Aor 28. when extibivoniom becomes,
/bis capacity for reproducing his the final race of the day punters | The little village of os mete cult, as it undou ee see alt
kind. Our stud farms, smaller, betted heavily on Decorum,} East Coast, Demerara, a , never cage — bk ming of sensi-
‘and in many ways less well- which started at 4 to 1 favourite.|ed its centenary, but aeons * bly produces a blunting :
ae that y stud farms Punters who bet on Decorum to} been in such a parlous condition tivity, Rais ak
equipped than many : ; : fe ; , “T have one aim—the grotesque.
et aneae ana abroad, serve their get a place felt sure their fancy|as it is today. ave 0 : he
a well to-day they had gained tsird position, but the If I am not grotesque, I am noth-|
purpose as well to-day as ’ . & oo ’ ‘ historical review read at ” These were Beardsley’s
did when Henry VIIT and Queen judge ruled that the outsider An_histc . > Vils ing. . 96. Thev
I Eliza i - staffne ran i ir a public meeting held in New Vil- \Jords in December of 1896. The
Elizabeth first, laid the Tomes Dunstaffnage, ran in’ third Ae ’ Hall and Community . ly to his art as we
Ptions of the Royal studs at El- Betting tickets on Decoruin, lage Councfl Hall and Comm ate, SR, BOE Quy toms. SF asthetic
Sig ‘our . ‘ : ; : “ ‘entre on Thursday further stated j-now it, but to his whole aestheti
tham and Hampton Court, near were torn by punters amid further | \¢ fective drainage over . attitude. And they form a fitting
eae oe ne rs. eae vanes os ao "the ae. of years made worse Dy a by no means uncompli-
and at almesb jority of show tickets on e E a mid Yesi« - con. patti his life
Wiltsh! in the 16th century outside had been destroyed | recent floods, had rae resi mentary, epitaph to Adve d
4 " {t Differs earlier when they saw their nag “ents to a state of povert Negotiations Well Advance a
ow it 8 trailing the field, ‘ha Yovernor, Sir Charles ST. LUCIA, Apr eer . :
actly » stud farm Doubting “Thomases’ demand- a K.CM.G., and Lady All official sources RL $0 28 ) :
for example ed to see the photograph of the Woolley graced the occasion witn lease facts for fear Se a eg ie \
’ Om: at eee finish and it was then discovered | their presence, and His Excei- as regards St. Lucia’s chances as a igo ( 5
0 Ts ae a a ea fin- lency appointed the village = ‘Tree een Peadiaent i nee : A “
farm eXx- ished third anc unstaffnage |. s . a Justiee Oe ‘esi? + Ny
picture = it finished ninth. But it — ge Tg ee that negotiations are well ad~ So beautiful ry CA: Vs oe
ounded by too late to alter .the verdict! ° . vanced and an announcement 1s z ‘
ils, on According to rules of racing: , —(C.P.) due shortly. — sO easily beautiful
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ts 118 SYMBOLIC of the influence which the British thoroughbred has the judge has given his decision.” because Brylfoam Cleanses 20 tao ee
nestead, bling ielded on the breeding of race horses all over the world is the above The judge, Maleolm Hancock, ey ” pao story of glowing, glorious hair.
the stabling must jioture of the horse considered by many as the best ever bred in the caused a minor sensation last ( YOUE DUTOR ; ; a fully manageable Brylfoam makes
be } ( with red tiled british West Indies: Jamaica's Brown Bomber his horse now stands July when he incorrectly inter- nea gg aoonlial it is, too. Remember the speedy,
i f possible, a stable at the Government Farm at St. Augustine, Trinidad, the property of eted a race at Goodwood track, } be 7 agar: “Oued type of hair — dry or greasy, dark of
; i ; zy clock in the the Government of Trinidad and Tobago, The Brown Bomber traces which had to stand becaiise more ging vc Brvifoam and see how beautiful your hair cao
tov w saa ick on both sides of his pedigree to English thoroughbred: ‘han five minutes had clapse al | hal Et tubs he handy and the large economy size.
\ we mus v a r J t t an ,
ads, in breeches hobby pay. He was a rich man, of small breeder many of whom are ae oe Pee afk covered ,
ane irrying hough not so rich that he could are almost amateurs—with a few ?Y Means of a photog vEn A there Ss more foam in
- nd a reed and race on such a large Brood re and a few spare eee
iT lenty rie thout balancing his books acres of pasture The governing Cea, é
is But Lord Derby was a true spo: factor is thé number of female wet oe Be My
i fc VY man, who loved horses He bre kept, These are the reproducers to whom she may have been soid > Sa) Z
build a noble seale, his object bel; ind they correspond to the herds and eventually goes to the sti ay Ee 57
divi ice «racehorse of the of calve inc heifer 1 young her mother did before her. The
‘ bose §=HOxt t i hat hould win cattle with th toe! routine for a colt is different, | | TI ORIGINAL CREAM SHAMPOO IN A TUBE ..
| boxes for , nh pleasure rhe cycle of production that Hig money-earning possibilities } ee = sz —
hou yy the pleasure of his friend ily (which, normally but gre more clearly defined, He niay = {CG
! Mf e Stanley House Str va ‘ 1 i _ had ‘ be sold, either as a foul, in late
in charge ¢ I few privat tuds of carec ub two and agam a autumn, or as a yearling, in the b li
r omplexit England. 1 jority three years of age) Is admitted to ronowing siminer or autitin: He about ¥ ns It’s
,* ingement | ire publ the tud 1 th late autumn anc may sell for £100 or for £10,000,
4 { far ; that to ud in the prin vher He 1S JIMST according to his make and shave, |
rl , ' prima ct breed for re ye 7 Hlon, e ouek 7 ys x se his pedigree or his family record. t y eee Building
two stud i} o the ALLLO on A § ) y = tha \ . + . “ “ 2 * your s oi
, f ive alike their fune Lord Rosebery still has his pri own stud and is there until the pac alg _ 5 aes } ey oe ee a that, the 4
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mre to a figure in excess
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this year.
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‘pauxite is the only otner iter>
% exports which has
aod oe, figure mark,
re is little difference in the
this ore shipped during
uarters of 1949 and 1950.
, ents of bauxite
ated 277,441 tons valued
99 m for 1950 to 381,032
Porth $2,592,645 for 1949.
to fe value of $930,000
exported in the January-
period, figures for the
veriod last year being

rier export passed the
900 mark, the nearest being
a total value of $390,618
sh is less chan half the value of
ed during the same
9.
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ich 8,069 carats were shipped
h $337,755 or about $40,000
than in 1949.
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, leather and rubber are
those items, none of which
been exported for the year.
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proximately half of the Col-
ysimports came from the U.K,
the period under review.
ts from Britain amounted
$6,400,576, from Canada,
8,000, from other British pos-
ns $1,992,000 and from for-
countries $2,911,000.
r was the biggest imported

totalling slightly over one
lion dollars with machinery
pried amounting to a similar

ton piece goods and artificial
imports totalled $1,000,000.

founcillor Weds

03 Advocate Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN.
Daniel P. Debidin, Mem-
the B.G, Legislative Coun-
married to Miss Florence
plyn Jacob, daughter of
Jacob, ex-Member of
slature and city business-
hd Mrs. Jacob, on Monday
om) April 24. The cere-
was performed by His
@ the Lord Archbishop of
West Indies, in his private
me at Austin House, and
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me evening there was a
muon at the home of the
nts which was flood-

occasion.
Peouple flew to Barbados the
motning where they are
@ their honeymoon.



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LONDON,
Workers are complaining
Multi-coloured air mail en-
Strain their eyes. The
is reminding the public

patedes Ad GEORGETOWN. | made to pay fines amounting vo
Guiana’s exports this 412 guiklers by Dutch officials

to lag behind those
te first quarter end-
But imports are

far

> year so
sf 086,000 compared



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Dutch Fine
BG Fishermen

(All voeate Correspondent)
SPRINGLANDS, BG :
Fourteen fishermen from No. 74
Village, Courentyne Distrct, were

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by OSBERT LANCASTER



Nickerie Dutch Guiana, -
in the Courentyne River

On Sunday, April 16, a crew of
six fisherraen left the No. 79 Village
seashore to fish in the river, but
shortly after pulling out, they were
arrested by Dutch policemen in a
launch and towed to Nickerie, on
the other side of the river

They were released on We-ines-
day, April 19, after they had paid
a total fine of 75 guilders.

The next morning, Thursday,
April 20, two other crews of fou
men each in two fishing boats,
ventured out and they were al:
arrested and taken to Nickerie
where they paid fines amountin4
to 337 guilders, before they were
released on Sunday, April 23. t

The fishermen on return to |

for fishing



Nnock off another six
mo nee, Venables ! If Willy
littlehampton’s determined
on a price war, he shall
have it!”

Springlands reported the mat
to the Police who admitted the
helpless in the matter.

W.L. Varsity a
Builders Look
For Lumber

(Advocate Correspondent)

GEORGETOWN
In an effort to find out if lum-
ber suitable for utilisation in the
building of the University College
of the West Indies at the right
price is available in British Guiana
Mr. Ainsworth D. Scott, Resident
Engineer on the Staff of the Uni-
versity College, and Mr. Leslie
R. H. Ollington of Messrs Higgs
and Hill London, building and
civil engineering contractors to the
University College arrived in the

Colony on Tuesday.

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25 More
Firemen

(Advocate Correspondent)

GEORGETOWN.

Georgetown’s Central Fire
S‘tation will soon be extended
ifford additional accommodation
for 25 new fire-fighters who will
pass out from Police Training
Depot on Monday. May 1.

These men who spent almost
four months at Depot, were first
given a six week course in Police
work after which Fire Chief Major

we

They are mainly interested jn Atkinson instructed them in fire-
crabwood and if negotiations can ‘shuns
be realised it is expected that the This strengthening of the

purchase will be in the vicinity of Brigade’s personnel, intended



two million feet. Mr. Sestt is also chiefly to give added fire protec-
interested in other hardwoods for tion to the City, will also make
internal furnishings. it possible for firemen to be given
Mr. Scott will examine the lum- a day off each week as a rest
ber from the point of view of the period, something which did not
finished product exist previously
The building contractors took Strength of the Brigade with
over about October last anq the this increase will be 105
job is estimated to last approx-
imately four years, date of comple-
tion being fixed for December > f
1958 $475 More
Messrs. Scott and Ollington con- - -
tacted the Colonial Development I Chi t
Corporation’s office in Jamaica in or art 7,

view of the fact that the Corpora-
tion is developing the production
of timber for export and came here
to satisfy themselves as to the
quality, quantity and methods of
conversion an? seasoning.

Police Launch Sinks
In Collision

(Advocate Correspondent)

GEORGETOWN, April 26.

Directors and Policy Holders of
the Demerara Mutual Life Assur -
ance Society Ltd., unanimously
agreed at Vhe Fifty-Eight Annua!
General Meeting held on Tuesday,
tc increase donations to charity
$1,925 last year by $475 for this

sg } Ds year, This was decided after the

ere Coeotrek Chairman, Mr, Percy C. Wight,
The British Guiana Police O.B.E., disclosed to the meeting

8 rulane c a c 5 » e9nR

Patrol launch St. Christopher ‘hat the substantial sum of $266,

579 had been added to the Life
Assurance Pund. A suggestion by
Mr. A, R, Davis, a Policy Holder,
that a scholarship of an Agricul-
tural or Industrial nature be given
would receive every consideration
by the Directors, ihe Chairman
assured, Av the conclusion of the
meeting Mr. Wight was re-
elected Chairman.

stationed at Parika at the mouth
of the Essequibo River, was sunk
on Sunday evening in a collision
with the Transport and Harbour
Department’s Jaunch Condor.

The St. Christopher was on
patvol duty in the Essequibo River
off Fort Island on Sunday night
when her engine broke down, and

whi'st the embers of the crew
were engaged in effecting repairs, In their repory to members, the
she was struck by the Condor pirectors stated that the

and sank shortly after.

There was no loss of life, and the
Condor which was on its way to
ne Stampa Timber Mills, return-

New Issue for the year is again
over vhe million and a half dollar
roaark—being 1,016 Policies assur-

- ing $1,544,530 with an Annual Pre-
ed to Parika, with the crew of

mium Income of $89,305.70
the St. Christopher resuming her

oxgainst 957 Policies assuring $1,506
trip to Stampa later. 046 with an annual Premium In-

come of $86,317.45 in 1948.

as



E L Claims during the year under
OLDTIMER WEARS WEL review totalled 60 Policies assuring
Tom Fry placer miner, cele- $126,640 including Bonus Addi-

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18 all that is needed to tirnbuckles 11 miles from his paid and in course of se eras
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Speaker
Disqualified
For 5 Years

ADVOCATE



Elected Members’
Duties Extended

arbados Advocate Oor espontdent
KINGSTON

advance in Jamaica’s con-

itional arrangements has bee:





A

Barbados Advocate Correspondent een by EESVEae ‘open gs the
KINGSTON Exveutive Council The five

The Speaker of the Jamaica © &¢ted members of* the Council
House of Representatives, the who are styled the Ministers fo.
Hon. O Alphonsous Malcolm. Finance and General Purposes
has been disqualified from hold- C®™munications, Education, Ag-
ing his seat in the House, Mr riculture, Lands and Commerce
Maleolm was convicted last week 84 Social Services, have with
by a Resident Magistrate for elec- the start of the 1950-51 financia

year this month, taken over thc

ions breaches which automatic- ; ;
duties of introducing into Execu

ally disqualifies him from being a

member of the House for five tiVe Council the matters concern
years. ing the departments which come

within their portfolios.

The matter is now é of
on appeal,
app Previously these matters

but pending the final decision. of vee

the Court Mr. Malcoim is dis- Presented in the Executive Counci
qualified from sitting and for that by , the three official me oe » th
period the House will be without Colonial Secretary, the Attorne;

i Speaker and the Jamaica La- General and the Fi ast ween



bour Party without one of its tary; but in keepi W the
seventeen. members. If the Ap- British Government’s declare
peal Court upholds the decision POY to give elected member
of the Lower Court a by-election fuller responsibility, they wer

Will be ordered in’ the Speaker's MOtified this year that comnienc

Constituency and the House will img from the first of this nront
be required to elect a new Speak- they would be expected to in
er. troduce matters connected wi!

their departments, not only in the
House of Representatives, but i
the Executive Council as well,
The Legislature will shortl
discuss proposals for constitution
il advance prior to the openin
of negotiations for a new consti-
tution with the Colonial Office.

5 Will Be Awarded
U.N.O. Scholarships

With their already slim ma-
Jority, Labcur Party whips will
have to get every member of their
party into the House when mat-
ters of vital importance to their
programme comes up for
sion,

discus-





Cannot Control
Domestic Workers

Barbados Advocate Correspondent Barbados Advocate Correspondent
KINGSTON KINGSTON.
The Jamaica Government has Jamaica ‘to benefit from the
been advised that legislation to United Nations’ Organisation Ex-
control the work of women and panded Programme of Technical
other workers employed in do- Assistance for the Development
mestic and household — service of nder-developed Territories.
would be’ impracticable and un- rhe Government has accepted
enforceable, and has abandoned ‘he offer made to the island tc
the proposal parucipate in this programme,
It has been ascertained by the Which envisages benefits in the

Government that proposals to in-
troduce _— similar legislation in
British

Guiana have been aban-
doned,

form of scholarships and fellow-
ships, by which candidates from
this island will undergo training
Which will be advantageous to
the development of the country





It is proposed, as a start, t
GC R name five candidates from Ja-
xyOU Ifo maica for training in Economic
vt. espects Development and Public Admin
° j istration. 715
Rights Of
Y .
Small Unio
tons New Manager
Barbados Advocate Correspondent + Vw
ics » op XiNaston. Kor UCWI Hospital
,7he policy of the Jamaica
Government towards “closed Barbados Advocate Correspondent
shop or “union shop” trade KINGSTON,

union action in Jamaica has been pers... Vi

Carnegie, Jamaican

announced by the Labour Advis- Treasury officer, who has been
er to the Government, Mr. G H, appointed manager and secretary
Scott of the Hospital of the University
He has informed the special College of the West Indivs. will
Committee set up by the Gov. resign his office Assistant to
ernor to recommend legislation the Trade Administrator, the |
for the settlement of representa- end of this month to take up his |
tional disputes between trade new duties, :
unions that “government's policy He will leave Jamaica in the |
with regard to its own employees next two weeks to be trained in
is that the right of workers be- Britain in hospital management
long ng to unions whose mem- 7 :

bership is in the minority should
be respected and that the gov-
ernment desires that the princi-
ples of freedom .of Association
should be recognised by all par-
ties concerned.”

Chinese Stop
Sending Wealth
To China



(Barbados



Advocate Correspondent)

’ x oa KINGSTON,
St. George Ss College Fears that the Chinese Com-
F munist Government will confis-
Marks Centenary eate the'r wealth is reported to
. be the cause for a decision among

Barbados Advocate Correspondent
KINGSTON
nstitutions of

learning in Jamaica is celebrating

local Chinese not to send or take
back their wealth to China as has

One of the oldest beer the practice in past years,

apart from the aged, who are

its centenary this week with a returning to China, to die, few
fcries of ceremonies, processions Chinese have been travelling re-
and meetings. cently between Jamaica and
It is St. George’s College, one China, and an executive member
of the 8 big secondary schools in of the Chinese Benevolent So-
the island. A boys’ school, which ciety, which has taken over the
also operates a university exten- duties formerly carried out by
sion school, the College is run by the Chinese Consulate here, now

the Roman Catholic Mission closed, said this week that there

It was started in the Spring of

is no desire on the part of any-
1850 by a small band of Jesuits one to go back, Those who were
from Nueva Granada, now Col- forced to go, he said, took no
ombia.

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. . a . METHODIST beams to this area do not normal~} ojsrrigutors :
pendix, undertaking in particular JAMES STREET—li a.m. Rev! K. J. ly come on the air before 1.15] F. 5. Armstrong Led., Bridgetown.

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to aeclare an amnesty for those P l j B Poyne. 7 mm. Rev, F. Lawrence p.m. there will be a_ fifteen
¥ priests, probably between 300 and é tt Oo ea V es 12 ap i cant a Mr. D. Reid. ‘-inute commentary by Rex Als-| BM RM (tte UL aited |

‘ 40C in number, who are in prison WHITEHALL—9.30 a.m. Mr. Gc. ton beginning at 8.15 a.m. and a
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i i . sriffit TAL—1l a.m. Mr. J. A ay 12.30 p.m. to 1.00 ————— :
The Tablet said that the sup- e \ Griffith. 7 p.m. *Rev, R. McCullough the day from p.m, renoxa hoauls ate atationg
posed text of the appendix may ty John Vincent HOLETOWN—8.30 a.m. Rev. F. Law- P.m. On the concluding two days i 4 pe

also contain a promise by the gov- renge 7 p.m, Mr. 2. Seott fe of the match, Monday 8th, and

ernment “to withdraw or suspend FIRST STAGES of a £50 million drive tu triple st. John, 7 p.m, Mr. S. Phillips Vv. Tuesday 9th. commentaries will

a gulationg issue 1. : rs : : S id ; be given at the same times though
many of the regulations issued be- — [Jnited Kingdom output of sterling oil have now been , “PEIGHTSTOWN—11 a.m. Rev. pr. de givena Pee " 6
tween August and March 1950

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: ¢ ; I. wrence. 7 p.m. Mr. H. Husbands possibly the mid-day one may be i »
rushed into effect, in some cases months ahead of schedule. , UETHEL—1 a.m. Rev. B Crosby only fifteen minutes in length. rs On Sale at BOOKER’S DRUG STORES (B'dos) 1p,
hy There was no reason to suppose New petroleum products have begun to flow at the annual ' dantcer 3 omen 3. g. This will be confirmed or amend- HANDCRAF 1 Broad Street and Hastings ail
{ that Cardinal Sapieha of Poland, rate of a million and a half tons from sections of two out of Brogmes. 7_p.m. Mr, P. Bruce ed in this column next week. See The TES
now in Rome as a pilgrim, was un- y gig ants >j j i ac itain’s ¢ , 11 a.m. Rev. J. B. Broomes. a
: ware that the agreement’ wes ‘002 gina ae be ing built % ipeneave ae s Vee Holy Communion. 7 pm. Miss L. Peskett. Salute to the West Indies Dominica VISIT the beauty spot of the j
pending when he left or.that there refinery output from the current 7 million tons to 20 million ,,° ouster: maly Sees Tom Me, A topical note will be struck Handerafts s 4
A were any differences between him by 1952. : RU i in a magazine programme on Sat- COmpany EDGE WA T ER | | i
* and the Polish hierarchy But even completion of this ly eliminate—dollar oil imports for | PROVIDENCE—11 a.m. Mr. Ww. w urday next to coincide with the ' |
me progres i , 7 > ne . - per- Aleyne. 7 p.m. Mr. BE. Browne = f a
programme is not likely to cut the internal U.K. consumption, or per- P rowne :

; i ne ; ; : : . VAU * 3 cpening of the Worcestershire Bridge & Trafalgar Streets |
“In fact no split in the Polish “dollar gap” on oil for the sterling mit the internal consumption of XHALI—11 a.m. Miss E. Bryan, ©! i “

GENUINE fo the hvinhijnas thal lasts Pa

: ) t I 7 p.m. Rev. B. Crosby match. Entitled ‘Salute to the! BATHSHEBA

; hierarchy exists, and speculation area by more than half [ petrol and allied products to rise | ST. MAIER LUTHERAN CHURCH- West Indies’ it will introduce in the foreign press about the Winner of the construction race as well as increasing exports. Lower Greens, Bridgetown. Open air listeners the voices of ell- | This newly cescted medern hotol: is sigue
possibility of such a split can only was part of the mammoth new 3ut the U.K. is only part of the Gye at 7 p.m. The Rev. W. F. 1 . eal

do harm,” the newspaper asserted. Shell Refinery at Stanlow, Chesh- sterling area which currently pays ce Da Gee Geof Cs Christ janetc ant patie

“The hb ire, which with a twin plant at ever 625 million dollars a year the Nations, you ane warmly pe of rail : aan 7 oe 7 Always keep oe
“ There was speculation of a gShelihaven on the Thames near for oil. $350 millions of this is encouraged to visit this service: and to ie past matches Perec %
similar nature about a split in the | ondon, is costing £25,000,00. A the cost of directly imported dol- tune in o listen to the programme ang West Indies and English teams.

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Hungarian hierarchy at the time coction of the Stanlow plant has jar oil (around 14,400,000 tons) semen “ot Dr. Benkingson, D.D., God “eq programme which will be on SACROOL in Fish and Lobster Luncheons. — Well Sto
of the arrest of Cardinal Mind- begun production at the rate of a and the balance represents the MORAVIAN whe alr at the early hour of 7.30
szenty, Which was equally un- jnillion tons a year of motor spirit dollar costs of getting crude oil in _ROEBBUCK STREET—9 a.m. and 7 p.m. @:™. and will be repeated at the IN THE HOME!! SS =
founded, ' and other products from Middle sterling areas, That ranges from The_ Minister more convenient time of 8.15 p.m.
—Reuter East crude oil 30 per cent. in Venezuela to 20 per , GRA F Hid. 7B a.m. Mr. Aliman, will be followed by calypso
“ . 6 ‘ >. I P / Pe > ae ,
Between them, Shellhaven and cent. in Persia. FULNECHW4i 2 mee. Communion MUSi¢. It lasts for half-an-hour
1 H | | ie Stanlow will process more than 6 Thus even without increasing 7 p.m. Mr. Culpepper including the music.
_ nillion tons of crude oil a year. consumption in the sterling area ©MONTGOMERY—7 p.m. Mr. Barker
« mi } > > KN ani .
' oO ) JLES At Heysham, in Lancashire, the gap of 625 million dollars out- SHOP HILL—7 p.m. Mr. Hewitt Caribbean Voices”

: DUNSCOMBE—9 ; Mr. Frencis i. Tema
Shell have bought a Government- strips the 8 million ton jump in 7 pm a ee, a, (cs eas Judging from ‘Caribbean

k or Sparks owned aviution spirit refinery U.K, refinery capacity by a million ST, THERESA: First Baptist Church Voices’ on the 30th, April the









which they are converting to petrol and a half tons of crude oil per * uxters Road 7 a.m Holy Communion women are putting the men to i C4
distillation production has begun year at a ton. meee ce Zs ar eaisbomnt shame. This edition of the week- : a ;
LONDON and mid-summer will see a flow Hour. 7 p.m. Divine Service Preacher Y Prose and poetry contributions Ws ¥

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Sixty-year-old Sir Henry Self, yate of over half a million tons Balance Remains Nev. C. Young by West Indian writers will be } 7
deputy chairma of the British , f pirit a year from one unit 10 nights of open air Revival Services an all-women’s programme with CAR & ; M4
Electricity thority, advised 500 ajone And the balance of the gap—the ee, Cae. nee ee at Hunte’s stories by Eula Redhead of Gren- ‘ ’
electrical engineers at a dinner it dellar factor in sterlng oil — re- “‘sp LUKE. First Rap “hu ada and Laurice Bir PJ j a

: at < : : ‘ é § , Baptist Church; Upper 24a & aurice Bird of Jamaica. '
London to “cultivate a worth Down ee an. Tweedside Road—3 p.m. Children’ How THE FAMOUS REMEDY AND
while hobby apart from your jot Britain’s great liner port, —— i p.m. Divine Service. Preacher: H. G ‘Zs
; : sae er ‘ : MA-
and keep the brain fresh.” Anglo-American Oil Company E Holder for SPRAINS & RHEU!

have 4,500 men racing to com-
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‘ { ‘ . » § 1 . SUN by ’ 5 + . .
r a clear of our jobs at times and the biggest single refinery in Wednesdays 8 p.m. A Service which ji Sean ee ee 1950 idea | ACTS LIKE MAGIC CAR ON THE ROAD
Ys seeing ourselve the broade: Western Europe. Fawley, at Sues. Sear anniee, caf Christian ae > Analysis 7.15 am. Nights at the Oper,
, ; ilealing. Sunday, mi , 195 j 8.06 . , =“ wae . 2
settin at life offers is ver its peak will turn out one mil- of Lesson-Sermon: Evcriasting Punish. 220, 2 Parade, euitorials. 8.10 a.m. An. Sale as IN OUR
great,” Sir Henz “We re i y ; tor spirit ent. Golden Te: ne ‘ zh yi cktamme Parade. 8.15 a.m. Accordeon i
81 is) y 1 lion gallons of motor sp ‘a den Text: James 4.8. Draw nigh tnteriude. 8.30 a.m..From the Children’ }
turn to our work refreshed.” every 24 hours — all from fo ao an oe draw nigh to you. Hour, 9.00 aum_ Clase down 12.00 cane KNIGHTS LTD. b
. te ; ; ad ’ dee *. = anse j ; hands, ye sinners, and The News, 42.16-p, y nalysis f ; i
(Sie Henrys who already” poids Saidahe Bat of TA SE RR linda oe nn liaanee Sa, AY PAINTING DEP
degrees } w, liberature, philoso hellh: eh ite Ave yiiles the following Citations are included in Forum: 1.15 p.m Hadio Newsrech 1.30 Re s
phy and science, is a man who Shellhaven, with its five pi the Lesson-Sermon: The Bible: Every p.m, Sunday Service. 2.00 p.m. The Ne ur iy . . A on
practices what he preaches of roads and 44 miles of railway branch in me that beareth not ‘ruit he 4.10 p.m, Home News from Britain, ; . . ae ‘ ’ e : a
He is now taking a post-gradu- is due to commence operations this f ’ ee eae and rey brancn that p.m esi Magazine. 2.30 p.m, Variety WE ARE OFFERING... WE ASSURE YOU OF A __ BEAUTIFUL FINGH:
: 1OW Ve us 8 : . vembe se eareth fruit, he purngeth i that it ma‘ andbox, 3.30 p.m. The Country Hou e re] ' ‘ ‘
ate course in the history of the November ; bring forth more fruit. John 15.2. 4.00 p The News 1s be Wate HILI \ BADMINTON INA
| phil oe a ; of science in his spar The various plants are being oy sees chance and Health with Kes to “the 115 p.m, Voiec ‘of ine ‘ iolin ‘ta pe seal ? AY MASONAME "OER
airak Fane ; financed by their respective own 1") criptures, by Mary Baker Eddy. We Sunday half hour. 4.55 p.m Epilogue. 5.00 . *
He id ing companies Shell and Anglo- cam croowengs God's Sore prines of sir ee sD CODER eRe 15 p.m. Pro ; a ;
a - . . : : es i) the destruction of sin and the spiritual ®amme Parade, 5.30 p.m. BBC Symphony «sé 4
American and 9,705,000 Marshall ae continued in 1 wt nderstanding that casts out evil as Orchestra, 6.15 p.m. From The Child. we MA E
“I personally feel very strongly Aid dollars have been made avail bottle. inreal, But the belief in sin is "e? ats 6.45 p.m. Michael Krein Saxo- ;
A . phone *t. 7.0 r , ° 7
that a man has got to have some able for buying American refining London express Service. yes so long as the belief lasts 2m Niea Acralyote Pris on z as OLD C
parallel interest in life whatever equipment “aie iweewe nae eres riatihees oe Voices. 7.45 p.m. Why do we believe ir
form it may take with hi But Britons and people soins, An average ofa quarter of "=" NSW TESTAMENT CHURCH life after death. 8.00 p.m. Radio Newsreel, LOOK Lik
hands or his head or in his garden throughout the Commonwealth the cost of all the oil that the sv. MICHAEL—1i a.m. Bank Hall. Rewio” al amet a Ss Rae "
—to give him a varied interest, who expect that the flood of ste1 U.K. refineries will handle must Hey ¥ _" wore ie p.m. River Road, p.m. Londen Forum, 9.30 om aihaee by Ww"
otherwise he tends to get stodgy ling oil from these four huge 6 found in dollars. And of course CHRIST CHURCH p.m. Cox Road, From the Editorials: 40. Newss, 10 p.m os) NE
and lose his freshness of mind; plants will provide more and per- the more oil that comes to Brit- rey. &. W. Weekes 5 ’ into. Melody. 11.00 pan, ‘The Mew? a v
his judgment gets dim, he dot ips cheaper petrol for motoring, ain to be refined the more thai ST. PHILIP—11 a.m. Long Bay, Rev. BOSTON: WRUL 15.29 Mc., WRUW 1L.75 (A
see woo “s for instance, are likely to be dis- sed iti ' FW. Weekes Me. WRUX 17.73 Me. J :
gpa rae a ae ines annie percentage will total ST. LUCY—11 a.m. Durhams, Rev MONDAY, MAY 1, 1950 Y
tu do not find some other appointec : : 7. i New 3 : 2
parallel activ ey h expre Australia, where petrol rationing “ ® vann BAPTIST OHURCH Anbbreint et Be seine Choi at C. CARLTON BROWNE > . COURTESY H
a ct V 4 E ‘ / ysis. E a s ‘s vice 48 ¢
you in another form you do not Not Enough has ended, is not likely to benefit WHITEPARK—1l1 a.m. Divine Service, 4-™. Places of Interest. 8.00 a.m, nrdm, SMOKING MIXTUR N *~ u
gat ntinee directly from the new refineries. Preacher: Deaconess R. Thomas. 7 p.m oa Raltorins 8.10 a.m, Programme Par- R, a ( an
Rite ear lintonente Musee’ twa Despite the increased output of Her petrol comes from the Fai Lennie Service, Preacher: Evan- f%5 319 a.m one ena than ee AT REDUCED PRICE ——— ROBERT THOM
7 wh 1 < € ) + a . ’ : ¥ es : 0 sales ‘elist : a J rf s e sic oF Sid lllips an r ‘ . \
for a long time to try to get a Sterling oil companies in the Mid- fast refineries in any case. Where {S05 Say "Bucs papyisn cuurcn )S band, 9.00 Close down. 12.00 noon The Wholesale & Retail Druggist
é & ot » Ex . sre > J 7 santa ic . » fact, ane . 7 News, 12.10 r ews J 5 36 “k S i ( é
breadth of apprehension in the prec nn eelnan aeidere "os ae will score is seca the oe BANK (HALL ROAD—11 a.m Divine SR brates baie Analysis ai2.15 | 136, Roebuck St. Dial 2813 Whitepark,
iffare. anche jienc . ste & petrote tS are that any easement of the dre Service, E 1orne Preacher: Evangelist : i pear
different branches of science and ** at an; e a from Grand Hotel, 1.00 , Science Re. 6564
parallel sub at imarily @ poise produced yet to meet the needs of on the sterling pool of dollars 3 p.m. Ordination Service. 7 p.m. view. 115 p.m. Radio Newsreel. 130 a | Pest POSSSCCS COGS SEONG ==
, r ¥ 'vangelistic Service reache: ‘ ‘ > at -m. En a
the phil sphi al . le.” the dollar-starved area and to through economies in Europe, will Bv@selistic Service. Preacher: Supply. Tip Top Tunes 2,00 p.m. The News, 2.10. )}) ener
> lilos cE ing Tae ; 7 : . ‘ . : ra ; p.m. ome Ne from Britain. 2.15 ) -
INS. n uintain exports to foreign coun be felt throughout the Common Sports Beviaw ene Aa ar —
tries These exports have got to ith and soft-currency areas h P .
I s ) s é wealth and soft-c y as change rogramme,. 3.00 From the third |
= be kept up (a) to help rebuild Other finery weaments HALT DIAMOND EXPORT programme, 3.50 p.m. Interlude. 4.00 p.m |
European economy; and (b) to Jther refinery ee ments The News. 4.10 p.m, The Daily Service.
BUDGET APPROVED lite the start a Pa th and expansion in the U.K. and 4.15 p.m. The Journey into Melody. 5.00
pi oOvVide a ster ie are . or overseas territories may be expect- CAPETOWN, April 28. px ott tee One 5 iS p.m, Pro-
io . ‘he Je . ) ~ 1. grat ie ri ». 8 . ace: )
IN CANADA foreign exchange with which to oq in aggregate to wipe out the The South Afrioggn Treasury forest, 645 Dont Doce nT aces of In
yay for imports nn 5 a erest. 5.45 p.m. Dance Music. 6.00 p.m
pay - Whole 350 million dollars direct to-day announced & permanent Ring up the Curtain. 7,00 p.m. The News
OTTAWA, April 28 With an annual refining capacity costs on oil imports by 1953, leav- scheme forbidding export of dia- coe a Bi Pes sch 7.15 pm, BBC
‘ , ; [a . 4 9. Ba ; an or an at Orchestra, 7.45 Hac
ik The Canadian House of Com- of 20 million tons by 1952-53, the ing a gap of not less than 350 monds to destinations other than to meet Sank 8.00 ae plan, A onal
it ‘ mons last night defeated two Op- United Kingdom (which currently million dollars a year representing the United Kingdom except 8.15 p.m. Science Review. 8.30 p.m, Tip
bl position motions of no confidence uses about four million tons an- the higher doilar cost of intensi- against the government in dollars. Ae i ES ae aounal World
4 ° . . . mi, s rchestral } > 9.45
i in the government and gave ap- nually of motor spirit alone) fied mining operations in the ster- The plan was drawn up by p.m "The Cathadtel=Dranta Moo gor
‘| proval in principle to the $2,400,- could, if all this production were ling area, as compared with $275 Treasury experts and dian‘ond The News. 10.10 p.m. From the Editorials
‘ 000,000 budget for the 1950-51 available for herself, do one of two millions to-day. And that without industry experts, the annowace- 1915 Pm. Much binding in the Marsh

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de 7 Board ouses et he P.M.O. at his residence “Roseville,” rae ah Sew toom pees 3 ng

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FINEST PAINTS—Brandram Henderson Clerk, Poor Law @ ns, 29.4.50—2n
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i x ‘Se ONES 2 gin : cae me Bere. NOTICE OF TRADE MARK | comprising public rooms, two bedrooms.
25 4.50—18n kitchen, bath ete. with shop attached
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20N BR , WS—Sever ‘ i weedside Road and Hunts Road, City
call Saleen’ ataian Pam pene SUNNYDALE PRODUCTS LIMITED of} Apply to Mr. E. H. Kirton, the owner
ae es at state the eebage os Densom Lane, Hull, Yorkshire, England,| on the premises Further particulars
1 bend, } ‘ive Gardiner Austin’s Build- | D@eby, give notice:—that they are the! and conditions of sale from COTTLE
i ' ins oe Plantations Ltd. Broad | 2° jetors of the DELMA word trade} CATFORD & CO
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0 4. 50—2n The Trade Mark is a trade mark! seem at any time by appointment
seeialeidiheminetinn within the meaning of Section 16 (1) (a) | Apply: C. A. Pierce, Phone 3348 or
Genuine Land Sand, can be of the Merchandise Marks Act of 1896) 2°49 28.4.50—Tn

delivered any part of the tsland. Con. fof the Island of Barbados.

tect D. Mahon, Belleplaine, St. Andrew SUNNYDALE PRODUCTS LIMITED. GPETNA G situated at Mason
Dial 2231 648 —————— ee ugh on ’ ea pe co 5,0 am. 2 land.
5 e building contains three rooms,
TOYS-—Harrison's Toy Dept. has just EDUCATIONAL Drawing and Dining Rooms, Pantry,





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| By instructions received 1 will offer
THANKS Ferm RENT for sale on MONDAY Ist May on the
We the undersigned beg to return or TOMAS ho merce at yr
thanks to our many friends and sym-| HOUSES a wall building at present used as
pathisers who sent us wreaths, flowers,| -— club roonm--which ean con-
4 cards and other tokens of sympathy in | APARTMENT —One furnished apart-| (ub renny-which ean easily Be son.
ie our recent sad bereavernent due to the | ment at Coral Sands, Worthing-on-Sea.! cach 7
_ desth of Mrs. Joan Jones of Flag Staff Silver and linen, for further particulars ’
: Road, St. Michael Dial 8134 Alma Lashley. 27.4.50—4n
Muriel Phillies (mother), Resets, ) = Thal 2947 R. ARCHER ae
Ann, Terranc®, Colana (children), | BUNGALOW, also Fiat, facing sea mai < aoe:
Hyacinth Callender (sister), Samuel} proud, Hastings, furnished ,
























Callender (brother-in-law), Fitzgerald,| Ati comforts, Ei glish baths with heaters seni rer yin
Cecil, Cyril, Jones (brothers-in-law),| showers, Scledbeees verandahs. ‘Tele ae eee ey the anes.
Vincent, Cameron Phillips (brothers). phone 2949. 31.3.50—t.Z.0 ice sell on AY ¢
20.4.50,-—1n. a at a Station ene
— | BUNGALOW—Cold Spring Cottawe, St |“ Pu ene (2) as
IN MEMORIAM James, Fully furnished. Very charming ths one (1) leat purse
well situated 3 bedroomed bungalow in| er chain and & ope
secluded position with own bathing cove ) bicycle frame, one (1) fruit °
In loving memory of my _ beloved] Available immediately. Dixon & Bladon | "4 many other items of interest.
mother MAUDE HUNTE who departed | phone 4640, 30,4.50—In. | Terms cash.
this life on the 30th of April 1949. D'ARCY A. SCOTT,
One your has passed since that sad day; FLAT: Upstairs flat with 3 bedrooms Gov. Auctioneer
When the one we loved was called away | running water in each. For furthe: 28.4. 5—3n
The blow was sudden, the shock = particulars Dial 3696.
geverc, 28.4.50—t.f.n,
We littio knew that death was near: UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER
ut Jesus knew Just what was st, “FARAWAY” : i ‘coast. Fully
And took dear mother with Him to rest | furnished, 3 St a p By in ved from the
Ever to be remembered by : ca , lighting plant, water , | Insurance it I will sell on Friday
Doris Lioyd, (daughter); Ottley Thomp-| Bathing beach. yy lst. 1} May 5th at rs Jason Jones Garage
son, Prince Thompson (brothers); Edith # 4476 Lower Broad Street at 1.30 p.m. (1) 1047
2 John ineice) (U.S.A 30.4.50—1n. 10 h.p. Morris Car. in ac-
: S—— SSS “NEW HAVEN”, Crane Coast fully fur-| cident Also at 2 p.m. (1) 1—217.35

‘al nished,.3 bedrooms, 3 servants’ rooms.
FOR SALE double, grass. Nehting pion, air

| November, Dec

eae gemnnenenene—neemenememeest

h.p. Dodge Truck at Sugar Store op-
posite Highways & Transport Dept:
Fairchild Street. Damaged in accident.
Terms Cash.



















19.3.50—t.f.1 By instructions received I will sell

on Thursday May 4th in the spot, at

AUTOMOTIVE iene re i pean, fully ee Ave; Bank Hall X Road (1)

. _| furnis modern conveniences,| Chattel House 24 x 12 with shed x8

CAR-—-One Hillman 1948 Model. Phone} from ist May Phone 4108 kitchen attached. Must be sold. , BE.
W. R. Tempro 2840 or 8224 i ‘ 29.4.50—2n | Cash

30.4,50—t.f.n. , VINCENT GRIFFITH
GRAND VIEW--Government Hill, for Auctioneer.
CAR Pontiac Convertiable Coupe} 4 months, July to October. Apply F. C 30.4.50—3n
occasional four Passenger in good order Hutson 28.4.50—4n





Reasonable price for quick Sale. Phone;
3348 or 2749 28.4.50—~7n |.

ee
HOUSE—Fully furnished house in first
residential district, 2 miles from

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; CAr 194 Model $500.06; tow 3 bedrooms, 2 living rooms, usyal
, Good running order, possession May 11th| offices From July Ist 1950 to Janiary HAMMER
i Phone 14 29.4.50—-2n'! Ist 1951 Write for full particulars to
| Box XX, ©/o Advocate Co. On Tuesday 3nd, Wednesda; 3rd,
CAR—My well kept Morris 8 H.P. 29.4.50—2n | Thursday 4th M we will sel J order
Motor Car L-10. Apply to A. §& f Mrs, J .
a oO . John the House ap
Husbands, Babbs, St. Lucy or A, G. HOUSE—"Rugs-in-Urbe, Crumpton $t.| pointments (Antique & Modern) of
Husbands, Mount Standfast, St. James. | Bridgetown From June Ist., 1950 “Canefield House’ St. Thomas.
27.4.50—-3n, | Apply: Villa Angela, next door or Dial] which include:=Qld 1 2 Be
“ake S ‘ ——_—_——— | 4524 20.4.50—2n} tal Dining Tables, toire ple-
CAR—One Hillman Car for 8350. E hite Sideboard & ina Cupboard,
Jordan Bicycle Repairer, James 8t, “LABOUR BLESS”—Arthur Seat, St ton Hall Table ( Claw Feet),
29.4.50--2n, Tnomas. Modern residence, comprise] Liquer Cases, Card ‘Tables all in old
i i of 3 bedrooms with wash basins, draw-| Mah ny; some Chandeliers;
= | CAR—Hillman 10 H.P, 1938, Good|ing, dining, breakfast rooms, servant«| Upho! Couches & Chairs, Rugs, Car-
% sondition. Price reasonable. Ring 39@) |room and » spacious yard an‘ , Curtains, Freneh Mirfors, Electric
i 28.4.50—3n |orchard of fruit trees, Electric light ble and Fioor Lamps, Wall Candle
~~ | throughout. For particulars dial ’ | Brackets, Chipendale and Chair,
| 1947 Morris Eight, Just com-]9 a.m. to 5 p.m, (Sunday excepted’. | Cabinet; Uphols. Leather Seat Chairs;
F overhauled and Dainied. 94a 4.{0—8n | Bookshelves and Books; Old China,
1 four seater orris | — ——_—— —————— | Shef: Plate, Silver and Glass; Set of
a Miner Sal 3,300 miles. Like new. 1946 MARKHAM--On the Sea Hastings,| Table Cut "Glass, $1 Pieces; Venetian
Hey Chrysler Windsor, Suitable for hired car] furnished or unfurnished 3 bedrooms] Brandy Set, Barrel Shades, Brandy
1 service. Fort Royal Garage Ltd. Tele- | with all modern conveniences. Gas in-| Glasses, Crown Derby Coffee Cups and
na} phone 4504 ones for cooking. Apply: i Court,| Ornaments, S.P. Waiter Cruet, Coffee
1 ae ane emcemensitocnnpaaenneaes Tastings, .50—t.f.n, Jy Ei p Silv rks
hth 1950 BEDFORD CHASSIS, 3 tons, for a = ae Bait’ Salen eer Fisted Candelasrer,
t immediate delivery, $2,9: erent “OLIVEDALE,, Small modern house] Dish Covers &c; French Tea-Coffee Ser-
Garage, Dial 4616 28.4.50—3n] i, Marine Gardens, furnished, for 4| vice Sangaree Glass: Wrought Iron Suite
ral - te oa, een mont} from middle or end of June,| of Verandah Furpiture (very mice)
BORD 7 NGINE; One V-8 Ford engine | moderate rent Phone 3625 Valuable Chinese Panne, Barometers,
and radi ator _in ‘ ood ¢ onidition, ye 29 4.50-—2n | Stairs Carpet; Tall 4 post Mahog; Bed-
i drive shaf ing-gea ind pi ion, ane stead, Single Wood and Lron Bedsteads,
other part Enquire Auto Tyre Com- RESIDENCE—From Ist May upstairs] Deep Sleep Mattresses, Old Mahog:
yiny, Trafalgar Street. Phone 2606 > swan Street, 2 Bedrooms, Drawing| Linen Presses, French Press, Chinese
} 28.4.50—t.f.n ee rooms, en Bath.| Camphor Chests, Military Chest of
— - ps a : cool and airy so sultable for] Drawers, Beautiful Tall Boys, Linen;
‘ a ED ¢ ARS fe a eee Rey ‘ Immediate possession Apply| Ping Pong Table 4 burner G. E. Elec-
‘ k ee ein ex a 4 60-4 ANI BROS Dial 3533 Business hours] tric Stove, Elec: Kettle, Toaster; Kit
i — aS een ae . 37.4.6 - 4158 on Sundays 29.4.50—2n| chen Utensils; Garden Chairs & Ben-
- — ‘| ches; Flood & Spot Lights, Orchid
i MECHANICAL RESIDENCE of Mr. P. C. S. Maffet | Plants, Chrysler Windsor Sedan Car 1948
i ‘i . , \ beautiful imposing building over-| Westinghouse Refrigerator, Kelvinator
4 PEWRITERS—Two (2) second hant looking Rockley Bay next to the in-| Deep freeze
} q WRITERS—Two (2) second hal ended site of Blue Waters Hotel. Newly ; ay Ray fr
ypewriter suitable for tuition, apptr . Inspection Monday Ist Mz from 11
The B Bay Ri Cc onstructed, Fully furnished complet#| 99 am, to 8 o'clock. The Car will be
| te eo Boran Bay Rum Co. | epi ine with linen and_ cutlery, Studebaker] goid Tuesday 2nd at 2 o'clock The
a 28.4.50-—30. | Car if required. From May lst for four Stove. Deep Fr d Refrigerat
| 1 io six months. For further partieulors ayes er had RB
aPrar A C TIPPING , a Wednesday 3rd. Sale 11.30 clock .
| HYDRAULIC TIPPING BODY. New, | apply to owner, phone 2787 of 8839 r..ser an
i availab ‘ 300.00, 4 cubic] 4 pm 20.4.50—/0n | Terms, strictly cash.
Oe tesy Garage, | Dial oT BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO.
4616 28.4. 50—3n RANDAL COURT—Worthings 3 large Auctioneers
~ | bedrooms. Telephone 3772 between 8.30] ..
: am, and 4.00 p.m 25.4,50—6n
ELECTRICAL —— REAL ESTATE
a - E THE FOLLY on Sea, St, James, fully | ———— ——___
4 PLEX Immersion Heaters furnishe Linen if required, Preferably “ALCOTT”’—Situate at the Stream
»s ee: eas ; wee Apply Mrs. Manning. Tele-| Road, Christ Chureh, standing on 17,236
j d em 1 ne 91-09 28.4.50-—-3n | Square Feet of land, with right of way
29.4.50—3n adie . > to Warthing Beach.
4 . rHORNVILLE—St. James, Fully furn- The house contains gallery, drawing
{ ~ Pe | ahead ailable early May. 3 bedrooms, | eng dining room, three 4
i . } reception, garage, phone, bathing beach. % offices.
, FURNITURE Excellent locality. Dixon & Bladon, Phone oar y, Kitchen and usual out ’
— - 4640 30.4.50.—In Age and Servants stots ti Tae yard.
j ; j RI Kitchen Cabinet & oo cree . Inspection on application to the tenant
by 1 ‘ Apply The Reetory Cn, Ch E Mrs. 7 every day (except
Ay 29.4, 50—31 " Sundays) ‘ween the hours of 3 and
: PUBLEC NOTICES |p.
ute above will be set up for sale at
| LIVESTOCK public competition at our Office in Lucas
. eaegeeoseenemgenrerees St t on i
ij — Coctes paniel “e225 easily earned by obtaining orders | 9 ee See aT tae Oey OF Samy Aep0 8
ad ) for private Christmas Cards from CARRINGTON & SEALY.
0.4.56 in our friends No previous experience Solicitors.
- —E ecessary, Write today for beautiful tree | 28.4. 0—Tn
i MISCELLANEOUS temple Book to Britain's largest and ES noe

swemost Publishers; highest commission, All THAT certain messuage or store









a as N Street stand-

ANTIC a hos ellous money making opportunity, | Known as No. 46 Roebuck
Glass, China, old Jewels, fine cnes, Williams & Co., Dept. 10 Vietoria | #08 8788 sa. ft. of land. | The
Watercolor rly books, Map ito ¥ ork Prest. sw building has been recently remodelled
ore ce ad Cinmetnaiea Ad Brun Snop oe eston, Englan and renovated. Inspection on aypplica-

~ iat Yacht Club > "i tion to the undersigned.
. The property will be set up for sale
1.9.49..—t.f 3
ial Ms ee he ue ee NOTICE by public competition at our office,
Je os ,
Pel CART in good con PARISH OF 8T, PETER sees Eee. eeareeny Oe FERRY:
een at Mrs. M. G. Adam Wanted by the Poo. ‘aw Guardians |‘) MAY Mn ee oe BOYCE
Chelsion Gay for the Almehouse a fully qualified Nurse me ltatee
49.450 2n Solicitors.

cavable of taking charge of Midwifery 29.4. 50—12n
















































received a shipment of rubber dolls and
attimals that squeak as well as thousands

Kitchen, out offices ete, Apply: V. B

SS crrceeees | St. John Dial 8406 oF 3306.



of beautiful marbles at very reasonable 29.4.50—2n

prices Drop in, won't you? It's alway GH CHOO

worth while paying a visit to C. F ARLINGTON HI S L _LAND—1480 sq. ft. of land with

Herrison & Co 27,4, 50—an Re-opens on Tuesday May 2nd., 1950.| Chattel dwellinghouse thercon, situate

——~————- J. New pupils examined to-morrow at the corner of Wellington Street, and

WARE E.P.N.S. Cake forks and G. V. BATSON Vine Street,

spoons in cases of six each. Prices 30.4.50—In Inspection on application to the
eusonable. Alexr. Yearwood, Jeweller es ee be Mrs. vets an as

Rolten Lane 29.4.50—an e up for ie

—_——— MALVERN ACADEMY by Pubic at our Office,
YARDLEYS Bond Street Perfume, Jomes Street, wn, on Thursday

Lavender Water, Cologne, April Vailet EDENVELLE ath May 1950 at 2 p.m.

Perfume, Lotus Cologne, Face Powder, CHEAPSIDE {

Ti Powder—All just received— This school will re-open on TUESDAY, YEARWOOD & BOYCE,

KNIGHTS DRUG STORES
30.4.60—2n

Length 21 ft

2nd May at 9.30 a.m. New pupils will
be interviewed on Monday Ist May at

9 a.m. . om -

Solicitors.
29.4.50—5n







YACHT-—-Mallard design ee |





6 ins. Beam 7 ft. 6 ins Recently over-
hauled and painted. Apply Hugh Walcott “LEIGHTON” — Situate in Passage
“Woodville”, Phone 3967, Hastings i Road, I > on 6,870
25.4.5 in. juare 4
ses Acme Unity High School “athe it of and con-
teins ery, wing, s, sitting
OPP. ¥.M.C.A. PINFOLD STREET | and breakfast rooms, Pantry, kitchen,
Re-opens Tuesday 9th May, 1950.| W.C. and bath downstairs. 4 \-
Entramce Exam Monday Ist 10 a.m. | rooms (2 with running water) upstairs.

Inspection any = (except Sundays)
between 10 a.m. 5 p.m
above will be set up for sale
our Office

Entrance Fee $1.00.
PARENTS BE WISE send your children
where individual attention is given,

Pimples Go

: Competition at
also (Commaaee arene Classes) . Lacas Street, Brid wan Friday
( ay Mint d j 3 D wae Headmaster. | the 5th May itso at 2 p.m.
aise ' i ie fn ays 29.4.50—2n. CARRINGTON & SEALY
Th ‘ t pplication of Nixederm Solicitors





gtr r ay pimples Hike magic. a5
4 i nd you will soon
ge soft, smooth and

>. Nixoderr new discovery that

MODERN HIGH SCHOOL.

Parents and Guardians





PROPERTY in cross road at Spooners
Hill consisting of double roofed house,







' es on the skin that Are you interested in Your child's} sne@ and kitchen er with 4 acre
Red Blotches, Ke- | future? . | of land. Price .00. The above can
‘ i stions. You Have you studied the pees = Public be purchased on terms. Half of the
troubles until | Examinations of the school where YOU) amoimt must paid purchasing
ola cat id in the rae intend entering this child? COMPARE our] on. Bor apply to
P Nixoderm from | results with the most successful govern- D'Arwy A. Scott, wine Lane, or

. the positive | ment schools and CONTRAST them with dial 3743 4.00—4n.

» wil! banish pim- | other private ie “i hae th ;
: ft smooth o: Our waiting list for 1 is being rap- ne ro

“y ra ; me idly filled. Apply early and avoid dis- un oo. a ore
16 Peeee n return of |“ : L. A. LYNCH beach and bus. Low iand rent. In-
7 os empty pack- Headmaster spection om premises at any time or

> oubles age. 1/9 o.6' pio) 4 30.4.50.-In. ' Phone Owner at 3189. 26.4. 50—3n

















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| LESSONS by experienced teacher. Mod-









































































SUNDAY ADVOCAT

PERSONAL

The public are herehy warned against
tiving credit to my wife INEZ STRAKER
nee Beckles,) of Harmony Hall, Rich-
mond Gap, St. Michael, Barbados az {
io not hold myself responsible for her
or anyone else contracting any debt







PROFESSIONAL NOTICE

DR. FERREIRA of ‘“‘Chiroville’ Upper
Bay St. (near Esplanade) by Chiropractic
method corrects diseases of eyes, ears,
nose, throat, lungs, stomach, kidneys and
lower organs. Dial 288).





WANTED



HELP

DRUGGIST—An experienced Druggist
Apply by letter to General Manager,
Knights Ltd. 29.4.50—3n





Young Lady for our office Apply by
letter and in person. STANFIELD
SCOTT & Co., Ltd. 25.4.50—t.f.n

PARTNER to invest three to four thou-
sarid dollars in sound business: Reply
P.F.K. C/o Advocate Advertising Dept.

29.4.50—2n

AN ASSISTANT for our Office Depart-
ment. Apply by letter and in person,
PERKINS & CO. LTD., Roebuck St.

30.4.50—1n,

SITUATIONS VACANT

FACTORY ENGINEER

resident at Roseau Factory, St. ‘«cie
Applicant must have had at least 3 years
Sugar ww experience, preferably
‘nore, be between the ages of 25
ond 40 years, Partiy furnished 5 room
sungalow supplied and 3 months long

given every three years
with passages paid for self and wife.
Applicant must supply testiinonials and
late present salary and salary expected.







applications to be addressed to ‘Inu
Roseau Co. Ltd., St. Lucia, B.W.T.
28.4,.50—3n.



FACTORY CHEMIST

Situation vacant for Sugar Factory
Chemist resident at Roseau Factory,
St. Lucia, but also in charge of chemical!
control at Cul de Sac Factory, St. Lucia,
about three miles distant by motor
road. Applicant must have had at least
3 years Factory experience, preferably
more, and be between the ages of 25
and 40 years. Partly furnished 5 room
bungalow supplied and 3 months long
leave home given every 3 years with
pessages paid for self and wife. Appli-
cant must supply testimonials and state
present salary and salary expected









Applications to be addressed to a

Roseau Co. Lid., St. Lucia, B.W.L.
28.4.50—3n
(

MISCELLANEOUS

WANTED TO RENT j
PIANO—for 3 months. St. Josephs
tectory 30.4.50—In !
BOTTLES—White 3 gill beer bottles|

with cartons in good condition 36c each
Carton. Hanchell Larsen & Co., Ltd.
29,.4,50—3n

PAYING GUESTS at a Private Home.
Leith Worthing on the sea, Terns
reasonable. 2.4,50—5n.











Is the way you speak a drawback to
you? SPEECH TRAINING AND SINGING |
erate terms. Leila Boxill 29 Walpole St,
Chelsea, London, S.W. 3. Telephone
Sloane 1607. If you are coming to London
cut out this advertisement as it may be
useful. 30,4,50.—1n.



Publie Sales-—Contd.







BLUE VISTA—Rockley (near Golf
Club), One of the better type modern
homes in a select locality, well planned
and constructed by a firm of repute.
Large lounge, dining room, kitchen,
bedrooms (with basins and fitted ward-
robes), t\'ed bathroom, double garage,
servants’ quarters, terraced rock garden, |
lawns, flowering shrubs and plants. Owing |
to unforseen circumstances this desirable |
property is offered well below cost for
early sale. Dixon & Bladon, A.FS.,
F.V.A., Real Estate Agents, Auctioneers
and Surveyors, Plantations Building.
Phone 4640 30.4.50,.——1n,

ox)



CANEFIELD HOUSE-—This very fine
and well known country property with
approximately 3 acres is still available
for a quick sale at a fraction of the price
originally asked. There are 5 reception!
rooms, a large entrance hall with a fine
carved stairway, 3 verandahs, 5 bedrooms, |
kitehen, etc, Garage for 3 cars, stabling|
and servants’ cottage. Dixon & Bladon,
A.F\S., F.V.A,, Real Estate Agents, Auc-
tioneers and Surveyors, Plantations Build-
ing. Phone 4640, 30,4.50.—1n.
AES

PROPERTY—1,950 square feet of land
at St. Stephens Hill, St. Michael with
Wall House, containing open verandah,
drawing, dining, 2 bedrooms, Kitchenette,
W.C., Bath, electric light and water. The
house is beautifully cool near to Town
with the National Bus Service every
quarter of an hour, Dial 2947 R, Archer
Me Kenzie 30.4.50.—1n,





RETREAT—Six Men's Bay, St, Peter.
Charming old world country home very
solidly constructed of stone standing in
12 acres of ground with bathing beach.
There are 3 reception rooms, 4 bedrooms,
kitchen, double garage and out-buildings.
Available with vacant possession. £3,500
or near offer. Dixon & Bladon, A.F.S.,
F.V.A., Real Estate Aments, Auctioneers
and Surveyors, Plantations Building,
Phone 4640, 30.4.50.—1n,

RESIDENCE 11—Graeme Hall Road.
Attractively uesigned modern two storey
home well set back in approximately 1/3
acre ground with wide frontage. Coral
stone walls with asbestos roof, flush
panelled doors, all built-in cupboards,
There is a large lounge and dining ryom
with gallery, 3 bedrooms, kitchen, 2 ser-
vants’ rooms, room for 2 cars, provision
for solar heater. This property may be
purehased fully furnished if desired at a
very reasonable figure. Dixon & Bladon,

A.F.S., F.V.A., Real Estate Agents, Auc-
tioneers and Surveyors, Plantations
Building. Phone 4640. 30.4.50.—I1n.



TRELAWAY—Hastings Main Road, re-
cently reconstructed 4 bedrooms with
running water, usual public rooms. All
modern convenienves annexed. New wall
building, 2 bedrooms, running water, din-
ing and sitting room, Apply on premises.
Phone 30v. 27.4.50—2n,

TAKE YOUR CHANCES WIDE
AWAKE BUYERS! Good Buys with Re-
Sale Values. Inspect and Decide _ for
Yourselves. I Say—An Excellent 3 Bed-
room Stonewall Residence in A-1 Con-
dition at Pine . An Attractive 2 Bed-
room (Large) newall Bungalow in
A-1 Condition at mteith Gardens. For
Medium Pockets, A Desirable 2 Bedroom
(Fair Size) Stonewall Bungalow in Bay
Street. A Suitable 3 Bedroom Bungalow
type at White Park, A Suitable 2 Bed-
room Concrete Bungalow at Station Hill,
and Two 2 Bedroom Cottages (seaside) at
Black k. A Seaside 3 Bedroom Stone-
wa) Bungalow at Fontabelle. Mortgages
Ar anged. Please Don't Miss Me ise
ant Keen Purchasers for Anything in
Real Estate! My List is Like a Special





Menu but Not Lengthy with “White
Elephants” coupled with Fancy Prices.
Dial 3111 or 2713 — D, F. de Abreu
—A Trained Auctioneer, Real Estate

Broker & Valuer. Call at Olive Bough,
Hastings, or Carter Bros., Tudor St., Near
Mason Hall St. 30,4.50.—In.

SALVATION
ARMY

o
ANNUAL
TAG DAY
Friday, May 5th

o
Please Buy A Tag
to Help Others

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IN PORT: Sch. Alexandrina R., Yacht
Tern III, Sch. Frances W. Sm

In Carlisle Bay

Adalina, Sch. Everdene, Sch.

Gordon,
Louise,

Hen: D. Wall
Pile 5” Sch. Lady Zoileen,
jetta, 9.5. Queen Amn, §.S
Johilla,
Wonita, Sch. Eastern Eel,
C., Sch. Emeralda, Sch. E.

Sch. Emeline, Sch.

Noeleen,

. Freedom Fieary,
Sch.

Sch. Mary B. Caroline, Sch.
Sch. Molly N.
ace, Sch. United

M. Tannis.

ith, Seh M.V.
Emanue! :
Princess wick. .
Jones

Sch. Mrs.

Sch. Zita Nichols,

Mermaid

Strickland;

Passengers

fi ere:—
ra SOUTHAMPTON—Miss T. Archer
Miss L. Bascom
Mr. J. R. Bull, Miss M. Mclloy, Mr. A
Mrs. M. Nichols,
Nichols, Mr. A. Pomeroy, Mr. V. Pratt,
Mrs. M. Pratt, Mrs. E. M. Robinson,

DEPARTURES

Glenwood,

for St

arri

H. Asheshov,

193 tons,
. Johns, New

ving by

the

Captain

Bruns-

s.s

Miss C

Mr. H. Sthofield, Sir George F. Seel,

Mrs

ARRIVALS K.C.M.G., Mr. R. T. Sladdin, |
S.S. Golfito, 4.505 tons, Captain Saps- M. B. Sladdin, Miss B. Strong, Miss ¥
worth; from Southampton. _ Sladdin, Master J. Sladdin, Rev s
SS. Planter, 3,616 tons, Captain Warner, Mr. L. Pinard, Lt. Cdr. O
Harden; from Maracaibo, Venezuela. Brocklebank.

In Touch With Barbados’ Coastal Station

S.S. Argentina, S.S

Cable and Wireless (West Indies) Ltd. South Mountain,

arivise that they ean now communicate
with the following ships through their

Parbados Coast Station:—

8.9.
Punto Mesco,
Dele, § S§. Inge Maarsk, S.S. Sea Breeze,
£S. Thelidomus, 8.8. Owyhee,
Grieg, 8.8. Alcoa Runner, S.S. Chris-
tian Holm, 8,8. Geirulv,
Master, 9.8. Fort Royal, S.S. Beacon
Street, S.S. Planter, S.S. Arakaka, s.s.

Hera,
SS. Nidardal,

S.S. Hastings, 5.S.

Ss.

S.S. Randibovig,

King,
£.8.

s.s.

Rowan Bank, S.S.
Suzanne,
Gascogne, S.S.

Golfito,

S.S. Taranger.
Panama,

s.S

Lsodimare, $.S. Cristobal, $.S. Raban,

$.S
S.S, Rio

preter,
S.S. Pointer,
Edvard §.8. Su

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Angeles.

undale,

SEAWELL

Ormond Arthur.
DEPARTURES BY B.W.I.A.

ARRIVALS BY B.W.I.

FROM TRINIDAD:

John Turton, Earl Van Tassell, O. P
Bennett, Joan Bennett, Stanton Toppin,
Ivy Selkridge, Daisy Creque, B. Demont-

A. Camble,

brun, Angela Jardine, Zelma Steele, For
Irvine Oxley, Verna Cotton, Norva

Cotton, George Easdon, Menna Tempro

Lewis Mils, Ralph Carter, Hamilton Barrett.
Armstrong, Beulah Watson, Ralph Wat-

son, Robert Green, Jack Foster. Oswald For

Hunte, FitzGerald Lashley, Violet Seth,
Cecilia Pulver, Harold Robinson, James

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because it is best.

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will be closed from
May Ist to 16th inclusive.

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BUILDING SITES

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GARDEN & KINGSTON TER-

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From 10¢, per Sq. foot up

ELECTRIC, WATER

PICKWICK ROAD, KENSING-
TON, St, Michael,

2. FRIENDSHIP,
Turning, St. Michael.

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ABBEVILLE
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bathrooms, 4 showers, kichen, gar-

vants’

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Office,
i 3927.

Christ Church,

ERNEST . MOTTLEY,
Coleridge Street.

Bridgetown.





Agency

Hastin

ws Hotel Ltd

Telephone 2336

FOR SALE

| BANYAN BEACH
Cement block house
bedrooms,
dah,

shower
h frig.,
in

tricity, we

m,

den

room,

upancy.

PINE HOUSE

dr

buildings,

house,

wer bath,
SPF

Stone

li

nes.
rooms,
m,

cove,
water,

| LITTLE BATALLYS—st.
Old country house, built of coral
blocks, in perfect condition, 2 ver-
andahs, 3 reception rog
rooms, 2 bathrooms, kitchen, ser-
water mains and
well, electricity, standing in about

cre land.

and stables,

reception room,

verandahs,

quarters,

built
bath, kitchen

11,000
ater,

sq. ft
telephone.

BLACKMANS—St. Joseph, Stone
house with about
bedrooms,

room,

bath,
garages,

location

telephone.

Avenue,

awing

water,

good

RING HOUSE— St. |
and wood house, 4
ving foom, dining

in 1%

electricity.

Guest

{| ages, garden, water, electricity,
Renewed telephone standing in 45,000 sq. ft.
Bireh, land.

3

CANEFIELD HOUSE—St. Thom-
as. 3 verandahs, reception rooms,
5 bedrooms, kitchen, large garage
standing in about 3

5 acres land,
drawing
2 kitchens,
rooms,
beautiful
electricity,

ROSLYN—8th
ville. Wooden hout¢, drawing, din-
closed verandah,
toilet, water, electricity, immediate

Belle-

bath,

St. Michael. Stone
house, standing in 1% aeres land,
room, .dining
room, 4 bedrooms, bath, toilet, all
electricity,
Inspection by appoint-

- Pinfold Street,
condition,
ception room, 3 bedrooms, kitchen,
water, electricity.

2 bathrooms,
overlooking sea, own private bath-
standing acres
House,
house,

Peter,

Barbados Real Estate

Brighton.
1949
vera

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fitted

large garage, facing sea,

land,

6 |

dining
toilet,
orchard,
water,

re-

bed-



acres, water, electricity, telephone.

We also have acreage and build-
ing sites at Dover Christ Church,
Gibbes Bay, St. James, Rices, St.
Philip, and in the City.
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FURNITURE & HOUSEHOLD EFFR

At “RICES”, St. Philip

may

(en route to Foul Bay and Crane)

the

Antique Mahogany Cell
Mahogany dining table, ova
table, Mahogany china cabi
utensils, 2 Cream Separators.

We are instructed by Mrs. C. M, Winter to sell by ut
following valuable furniture and effects:— i

erette, Mahogany Tip-top

1 Walnut table, Mahogany
net, Deal tables (all sizes),
, Mahogany dinner

Presses, Painted Bedroom Furniture, Spring filled

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ing Scales, Document Cabi

Typewriter, Spruce Reclining Chair, Linoleum, k n

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net, Cushions, Tennis”

Mill, Mahogany and Ebony Oceasional Tables, bi

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| Table, Aluminium topped

Tavle, Marble topped

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Mahogany Dining Chairs, Mahogany Side Bi ;
| double ended Sofa, Upholstered Settee, Mahogany 8

wood Rockers, Cedar Wardrobes, Mahogany Bedroom 2

Vahogany, Manchineel and
| all kinds of miscellaneous
inet, Shaving Cabinet, Mae

Iron double, and single 26
sedroom Furniture, Meqiems
igazine Rack, Indian Ba

Folding Cots, Westminster Chiming Clock, Mie

Chairs

Rugs, and many other interesting Items.

Viewing morning of and day prior to sale
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Cocoamalt

Klim in 1% and 5I) Tins
Cutrite Waxpaper
Swifts Frankfurt Sausages
Swift's Beacon Sausages
Suncrest Evaporated Milk
Kelloggs Corn Flakes
Universal Toilet Paper
(Canadian)

Windsor Toilet Paper
(Canadian)

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Quaker Oats in Tit
Derby Playing Oa
Colon Tooth rom, ; ;
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Black -
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Woodbury Soap
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case, even if Preston does hot
Play against the West Indies,
By PETER DITTON Essex will svill have the bes:





‘ for many years. iven n
" open this season than fo h: a on v0 os I —— adequate replacements when the
‘her conditions there are a ha zen sides one could Tests are in progress. If they can
i. i bly expect to see engaged in the final battle for hon- do this then they should “have
im reasonad'S hire and Middlesex, if only by virtue of their suc- their most successful season for
ne Yorkshi . : . inal: antes : years. The capiaincy is in the
+. ee ask season, might again be regarded as joint favourites capable hands of Doug, Insole
| cess | rthants, Warwickshire, Essex and Glamorgan should «ud Tom Pearce and with the ex-
put No ray when the honours are handed out, ception of Price. who has return-
; pe far aw y ed to Lancashire, all of last sea-
1. i White, the Cricket could materially affect Middlesex son’s players will te available.
a i Be the News Chro- chances.

fe staked his re-

} nas, ar kshire will finish

Neon as clear-cuv winners.

, ees
re degree 1 am ineli

he same A950 will again see

oe t tke top of the table,

_ ot necessarily with a

yrgin, of points in hand.

Daly ‘Two Remain
regular pre-war play-

3. Yardley
‘ utvon and Yardley
oY But Yorkshire, for so

the dominant a,
3 “ icket, is rich in talen’
, n Bnglish Peecning has ecnene
“ e players as Low-

' pst suc iliday and Watson

‘ vhom are likely to get their
. runs this summer. Big-
; lem common tnt the
: i ether Aspinall vhei
"b Bil be fit, He had
ive spell in ay las
te injuring his Achilles
but was unable to play

Se the remainder of the

n for €

, injury has mended.

rkshire wall have a strong open-

HF w attick with Coxon and True-
ving valuable support.

a ; e well off for spin
sy yD. V. Brennan, vhe
ur is one of the finest

â„¢ eepers in the county,

Fe Middlesex
| Middlesex under the leadership
i w. V. ‘Cock Rob.as are
N ‘to give a chance ; ed Titmus, a 17 yr. old be’sman
Morton, who _ beside
goal-keeper for Watford
ball Club is also + ee
lum pace, are due “or
eiais. Compion, Edrich,
m and Robertson will again
er the brunt of the batting
@ Laurie Gray, Jim Sims, Robins
Jack Young will be the main-
of the attack. Compton ,is

VA es

ST aS Se terse

‘County Prospects

4 For 1950

guNDAY, APRIL 30, 1950
—

THE COUNTY CRICKET Championship appears to be



this summer. T'revor
Virtually assured of
if Kenneth Preston,
full season of county

Bailey

opening

Staggered Cricket World
Warwickshire

This could be a good year for
Warwickshire. Tom Dollery, their
professional capvain is a sound
tactician and he is fortunate to
have an attack spear-headed by
Tom Pritchard, ‘he New Zealander
who is undoubtedly the fastest in
the country. Erie Hollies, the
England spinner and A. H. Kar-
dar, vhe Indiam Test cricketer
will pave the way for many vic-
tories when the wicket is turning
and Charlie Grove, the other open-
ing bowler is again expected -o
finish high in the County averages.
Warwick are - still uncertain
whether they will be able to play
Don Taylor. the New Zealand
batsman who narrowly missed
heing selected by his country for
their tour of England last sum-
mer. Special registration has been
soughy from the M.C.C. and the
official verdict is still awaited.
Nevertheless the batting with Dol-
lJery, Thompson, Gardner, Town-
send. Ord and the West Indian,

the first time in their history

Eaglestone, the Middlesex

class cricket but in

batsman. Wilfred Wooller,

will again captain the side.

Derief Taylor should be strong
enough to carry them through
most games,

Already Strong Side

Northants, under the leadership
of F. R. Brown, the present Eng-
land captain. improved 100 per
cent last season. They have been
reinforced by the special regis-
tration of Jock Livingstone, the
Ausiralian wicket-keeper-batsman,
end his presence will materially
strengthen an already strong
side. Keep a special eye on
Clarke, Northants’ young left-arm
fast bowler, He showed fine form
lus’ season and a repeat perfor-
mance this year could easily earn
him a trip to Australia with the
next M.C.C. side,

is
his place and

in his firso
; cricket.
tves up to his reputation he will
#/SO gain an England cap. ‘in any

? attack in the country .
Their one difficulty will be to get

And finally Glamorgan. In 1945
they staggered the cricket world
by winning the Championship for

They fell to eighth place last sea-
son when they were handicapped
by an injury to W. BE. Jones their
left-*rm all rounder, His absence
for the last two months weakened
vhe batting and threw an addi-
tional strain on Muncer, the one
stock spinner. This year Jones is
reported to be fit and so Glamor-
gen should be at full svrength.
left-
hand batsman who joined them
on a special regisiration two sea-
sons ago has retired from first
his place
Glamorgan have signed on Stan
Montgomery, the Cardiff centie-
half who is a more vhan ——

a
furmer Welsh Rugby International

SUNDAY

STANDARD BRIDGE
By M. Harrisom-Gray

Pe eee

Deaier: North.
North-South Game.

N.
Soha

93

aw eo
ae

“a
wo

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Pose
ov,
oe
=2O>

An example of a bad and

unnecessary forcing take-out.

; Over North's One No Trump

: opening South bid Three
Spades, which North raised
to Four Spades. South’s point

| count was not high enough ‘to
suggest slam possibilities, and
with his balanced distribu-
tion he should have made the
obvious call of Three No
Trumps.

West started off with @ K
and continued with @ A
when East encouraged with
Â¥ 9. A third Heart followed,
which East wes careful to
ruff with @ 8 This was a
telling blow, for South had to
over-ruff with @ J, promot-

' ing a winning Nae: trick in
; the West hand. ere was
still a_Club trick to be lost
and South was one down,
whereas Three No Trumps
would have been a certainty.
WSN PNES RSPR ECO SOSEEER eR eeREEe CER eeeee.
London Express Service.

Old Beef

LONDON.

Roast-beef loving Englishmen
wistfully discovered that their
Saxon ancestors (pre-austerity)
were also great trenchermen.

Archaeologists digging on a
blitzed site at Kingsland in the
heart of Southampton are recon-
structing the life of Saxon times,
and bones from the kitchen refuse
of a Saxon town show that the
Giet of those times was mainly a
meat one.

Norman Cook, curator of
Southampton’s Tudor House
Museum, said:



“Beef, mutton, goat, and even
horse bones have been found but

only one fishbone. Nevertheless,
Saxons were fond of shellfish.
Masses of oysters and mussle

shells have been found.
“The meat bones still bear the

.
|

Essex, who before the war sup-
plied England with two fast
bowlers in Farnes and Nichols,
seem likely to do the trick agdin

kely to be called upon to bowi
pre this season than in recent
s and his absence on Test duty

GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

COLONIAL ANNUAL REPORT, 1948

| COPIES of the Annual Report on Barbados for 1948 have been |
and are on sale at the Colonial Secretary’s Office, the In- |
on Bureau at the Pier Head, and at the following Stationers: —
The Advocate Stationery
Johnson’s Stationery
Cole’s Stationery
Messrs. Roberts and Company
@.F.C.K.
The price is 48c, per copy.



28.4.50.—2n |

——ee |
ATTENTION is drawn to the control of prices (Defence)
mdment) Order, 1950, No. 16 which will be published in the
Gazette on Monday, 1st May, 1950.

4% Under this Order the maximum

nt” is as follows: —



retail selling price of





ARTICLE RETAIL PRICE
| (Not more than)
-» Cement $1.86 per bag of 94 lbs.
h 1950 30.4.50
sh
y E By
Lieut.-Col. J. CONNELL, O.B.E., E.D.
Commanding,
uy a The Barbados Regiment.
| the No, 17, 28 Apr., 50

Sai r) .
Marsday, 4 May, 50: ‘The battalion will parade at Regt. H.Q. |
p# 1700 hours. Coys will be exercised in drill on the Savannah
‘Mader Coy, arrangements,
UNTARY CLASSES
the officers’ voluntary night for Monday, 1 May has been can-
ed, There will be a voluntary class for N.C.O’s on Tuesday,
ua Y as usual, \
VERT FOR THE BARBADOS REGIMENT & BARBADOS |
POLICE FORCE
ts S. P, Musson, Son & Co., Ltd., local agents for Jeffreys
eher have arranged for Mr. Landy De Montbrun and his troupe
ive a varicty show at the Drill Hall on Monday, 1 May, 1950,

~
Fit
“-_
f
Pe

in 0 p.m. for Members of the Barbados Regiment and Police
4 and their wives. Admission will be free to members of
in giment and Police who are requested to wear uniform,
{ & Police Band will be in attendance and a bar will be run
wing the interval,
: mARLY OFFICER & ORDERLY SERJEANT FOR WEEK END-
ING 8 MAY, 50,
Orderly Officer...
Orderly Serjeant 235 L/S Quintyne, K.
for duty
|, Orderly Officer .. Lieut. J. M. Cave
}) Orderiy Serjeant .. 283 L/S Blackman, A. L. 0.
P : M. L, D. SKEWES-COX, Major,
‘_ $.0.L.F. & Adjutant,
Ja The Barbados Regiment.
4 NOTICES
Annual General Meeting of the W.O’s & Serjeants Mess will
id at 2000 hours on Saturday, 6 May, 50.
‘ Tanks are notified that the Regimental Athletic Meeting
“ha to take place at the Garrison on the 13 May, 50, has
ee Postponed until Saturday, 17 June, 50,
: Will be run off on Monday, 5 June, 50.
aie
| BOARD OF CONTROL ATKINSON FIELD
: FOR SALE AT ATKINSON FIELD

Demerara, British Guiana.

a TANKS “ti
Board of Control, Atkinson Field, invites applications for the
a limited number of steel fuel storage ianks, at present

TKINSON FIELD, BRITISH GUIANA. ‘The approximate
and descriptions are as follows: —

All tanks
; condition,
4 Capacity

Lieut. C, E, Neblett
are of welded stetl construction and are in good
|

Thickness Size Shape
Dia, Lgth.,

16,700 Imp. Gis, 36” 10’ x 32’ Cylindrical

eet %” 10 6” x 3 %

Dia, Depth

2 = ” ” 1%’? 60’ x 12’ Round
Boar: — ‘will normally be. sold “as is” and “where is”, but
an = endeavour to assist overseas purchasers by arranging |
( ‘ Shipment at a cost sufficient to cover the expenses se)

All €nquiries should be

» Boar addressed the Chief Executive
ard of Control,

Atkinson Field, British Guiana

to

q W. P. DANDRADE
Secretary,
‘ Board of Control, Atkinson Field.
u 30.4. 50.—In
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cleaver.”

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THE BEST VALUE IN ITS CLASS TO-DAY

See the 1950 models at —

CHELSEA GARAGE (1950) Lrp.

We have pleasure in announcing that our business has
recently been re-organised and we have appointed Mr. DaCosta
H. Payne as Foreman in charge of our Workshop.





We shall be pleased to undertake repairs and overhauls
of all kinds at competitive prices, and expect to receive a large
shipment of spare parts shortly. We solicit your patronage.

CHELSEA GARAGE (1950) LTD.

Phone 4264 Trafalgar Street.
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RRANDRAM-HENDERSON PAINTS ! 1!

B-H is back again and welcome!)
Our initial shipment is not so
big, wut regular supplies will
follow. We dont sell all, only
the best in paints!!!

A. BARNES & CO., LTD.



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May Day

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members

to boycott tne ain
stoppage.
Moscow
In Moscow, 1,000,000 workers

will parade through Red Square
after the normal military parade.



Tventy British factofy workers
will watch the parade

The main theme of these
paraces and der’ onstrations
throughout Soviet Russia and
Eastern Europe where May Day
is a public holiday—will be the
“struggle for peace against the
warmongers”.

New York

New York and Chicago were
anticipating May Day with
“Ljoyalty Day” parades and pro-
cessions to-day. They ure de~
signed to counteract the effect of
May Day parades.

Berlin

A Soviet Workers’ Delegation.
headed by Ivan Goroshikin, High
Soviet Trades Union official, has

arrived to take part in May Day
cemonstration in East Berlin,

organised by the Communist—
sponsored “Free German Trade
Union”.

The Wetelns anti-Communist

trade union haye received a mes-
sage from American Trade Unions
hailing the “resolute stand
West Berliners against the forces
of totalitarianism”

A “free German” youth May
Day appeal said: “On May Day
the youth will give a solemn
promise to exert all their efforts
to get every young German to
sign the appeal for the outlawing
of the atomic weapon.”

According to messages received
in London, Chinese Communists
are planning mass rallies to cele-
brate the first May Day since the
Nationalists were driven from the
Chinese mainiand. The Peking
Trades Union Council will head
the demonstration in the Chinese
Communists’ capital

London

Mass demonstrations
by Communists and
trade unionists have

ol

planned
leftwing
been banned

by London’s Police Headquarters
with the consent of Home Secre-
tary’ Mr. Chuter Ede

The existing ban on_ political
procession jue on May 2, has
been extended for a further three
months This include May 7,
which as the first Sunday in the
month is being celebrated as May
Day here

Protests had been made about a

proposed march through London
on May 7 by Sir Oswald Moseley,



pre-war leader of the British
Fascist Party ind hi new
union” movement
Scandinavia

It Scandinavia « munist
ure also planning May Day
parade

In Austria VI 1, will mart
the removal of bar place five
years ago or offende
in profe ll be able
lo vote, and to serve on jurie¢ as
the law imposing abilities on
them runs out

Switzerland’s small but vocifei

ous Communist Party plans to
hold a mass demonstration § in
Geneva on May Day All Party
members have been instructed to
utter in open meeting in a
Gene yar} to be addressed by
Sv ( l n leaders

Polic although no
trouble was expected, extra force
ould be o nduty in the are
and police tations the district
would be reinforces

In It the Communist-dom
inated’ General Confederation of
Labour, planning to make thi
the biggest Labour Day in Italian
history, has earmarked 15 top
leaders to address ‘Red Banner”
mass meetings in all main citie
and towns

Two million workers grouped
in an anti-Communist front \y
celebrate the unification of the
Independent Ldbour confedera
tion (1,300,000 members) and th
right-wing Socialist Federation of
Italian workers (400,000) due to
come into effect to-morrow

The unification marks the end
of the first determined attempt
to build a “Third Force” Trade
Union Federation in Italy with
no specific political attachments.

“The Union of Italian Labour,
headed by professional Trade
Unionists which is making an in
dependent bid to form a “Third
Force” Labour Confederation
wilt also celebrate —Reuter.

WILL BRITAIN OUTLAW
COMMUNIST PARTY?

LONDON, April

British Prime Minister Clement

Attlee will be asked in the House

of Commons next week if he will

follow Australia’s move to outlaw
the Communist Party.

29

The questioner will be Sit
Waldron Smithers, Conservative
member famed for his strong
anti-Communist views

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Communist threat.

American troops in Berlin are carrying out a

series of anti-riot exercises in readiness for May Ist and May 28th,
in case the Communist threat to disrupt the life of the Western sector
materialises. In this picture American troops form a spear-head, fol-
lowed by tanks—push back the “rioters” (in foreground) during the

exercises in Berlin.—(Express) .



Local Scouters

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a country or island, that Scouter
would have succeeded in living
an immortal life.

Mr. Tanner concluded his ad-
cress by leaving with the Scouters
these two thoughts—

Remember the _ influence

Scouters exert on Scouts; and

Scouts and Scouters are self-
reliant and not “leaners.”

Mr. L. T. Gay, D.C. of the North
Eastern District, moved a vote of
thanks after which Mr. Tanner,
accompanied by His Excellency
the Governor and his A.D.C., left
and the meeting came to a close

S. W. News

On Wednesday night 26th
April at 8.00 o’clock the Scouts of
Gill Memorial (95th B’dos) Group
played their part in the celebration
of the St. George’s Week pro-
gramme when they gave a fing
presentation of the Composition
of the Union Flag, the History of

which was given by Scout Hare-
wood, and brief references to St.
George, England’s Patron Saint.
rhe “Laws” were then rendered
with meanings and explanations

by ten Scouts who marched smart-
ly across the rostrum one by oné,
each repeating the law assigned to
him and marching off in turn. A
fine demonstration of knotting was
given by P. L. Walkes whose witty
comments kept his audience highly

amused throughout. The investi-
ture of six recruits then took
place after which the points ot
the uniform were indicated and
explained by Scout Durant. An

interesting and well condensed talk

on “Wolf Cubs” was then given
by Mr. D’arcy Green, C.M. of
sethel

There was a good attendance
among those present being S.Ms
Pat Deane, Dennis Grannum,
G.S.M. Moore and a Rover Scout
from Welk wes.

Mr. C. A. Brathwaite, D.S.M
of South Western made the con-

cluding remarks.

News has been received of
Humphrey Walcott, C.M. of
Matthias (23rd B’dos) Pack,
present in England, and who
expecting to take a Wood Badge
Course in Cubbing whilst he
there. He attended the National
Youth Service held at Windsor
Castle last Sunday.

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Tribute To Sir
Harry Lauder

In the coming week the BBC
will pay a tribute in words and
music to the memory of Sir
Harry Lauder who died on Febru-
ary 26th. 1950. The programme
‘The End of the Road,’ takes, its
title from one of Lauder’s best-
loved songs Born in poverty
and starting work as a miner,
Sir Harry Lauder became a house-
hold name all over the world,
Both Chaliapin and Paul Robeson
described him as having the most
beautiful male

singing voice in
the world. Broadcast will be at
6.00 p.m. on Wednesday next

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N.E. News

Most of the troops in this Dis-
trict celebrated St. George’s Day
by attending Morning Service, in
Uniform, at their respective places
of worship. At the Holy Inno-
cent’s Church, St. Thomas, a
number of Scouts were detailed
to act as “sidesmen” at the 11
o'clock service

The 26th B’dos ( Welches)
troop campei at St. George’s
Toys’ School on the eve of St.

George’s Day and took part in the
St. George’s Day Scout Parade at
that church.

A Scouts’ Own will take place
today,
when it is

at Welches Mixed School
April 30th at 4 p.m.,

expected that the following

Troops will be represented: (7!st.
B'dos} St. Thome (66th. B'dos’
Holy Innocents’, and (26th. B’dos)
Welches.

A few Scouters from other
cistricts are also expected to be

present

°
rome y
Rovering
On Saturday night 22nd April
another aspect of the monthly
inter-camping campaign of the
Rovers under the leadership of
Mr. S. Barnwell, A.D.C., for Cc
Rovers in the S.W. District came OLD DANISH
off at St. George’s Boys’ School
where Rovers from various
parishes camped, and attended ET Sl IPPER
service on Sunday to mark St
George’s Day celebration
There were thirty three Rov-
ers present and after tea on the SERVED
Saturday night the committee
made further plans for the year’s
programme, and went into cetails AY NIGHT
of the proposed Overseas Camp EVERY SUND
in St. Vincent this year
It was proposed to hald a re-
freshet course in Scouting and From 7 to 10 o’clock
Rovering every Saturday night at
the Den, “Wakefield,” which will

be opened to all Scouts and Rov-

ers, and will

o'clock

comme at

ice

Congrats !

Congratulations to Miss Eleanor

King, A.C.M. of St Matthias
Pack on her success in passing
the Cub Wood Badge Part 1,



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TODAY

Sun rises: 5.43 a.m
Sun sets: 6.11 p.m
Moon (full) May 2.
Lighting. 6.30 p.m
High Water: 2.02 a.m., 2.30
p.m,
4
YESTERDAY
Rainfall (Codrington) nil.
Total for month to yesterday
99 ins,
Temperature (Min.) 73.0°F.
Wind direction (9 a.m.) E.
(11 a.m.) E. by N,
Wind velocity 14 miles per
hour,
Barometer (9 a.m.) 29,958;
(Al a.m.) 29.939.



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OUR FIRST’
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By C VR. Thompson

NEW YORK.
For the first time, a jet airliner
has landed on American soil.
t was not a Comet. It was an
experimental Avro plane built in

Canada. -

And the American Press,
‘ted over Britain’s thieay to
lie U.S. aircraft industry, called

it “America’s first jet vransnort.

With one passenger, instead oi
the 46 it was built vo carry, the
plane flew from Toronto to New
York in 1 hour, 4 sees. usual
iiying time, 1 hour 40 minutes)
Jt averaged 400 miles an hout
The passenger, Kenn.

ficGregor, a Canadian Airlines
official, enjoyed the trip. “Very
smooth”, he said. “No vibration
end no noise.

“But I haven’t ordered any. It
will be from two to five years
before they are ready to go into
service,

New Yorkers put on a big show
tc welcome the plane. For some
odd reason, pretty girls dressed in
whe native costumes of a dozer
foreign countries met it.

Representing the
was Alice MacCannon, who
errived in a_ kilt. “I chose it
because I didn’v know any native
— for an English girl’, sha
caid.

British Isles



Enough Britain-haters cannot
be found in New York to please
Matthew Troy, the judge who
mranges for British visitors to be
picketed. He said to-day he had
iv cut down the number of pickets
for Sir Basil Brooke, Northern
Jreland’s Prime Minister, so that
the British Motor Show could b2
pickeved.

The man President Truman
wants to make ambassador to
Britain is trying to resign from
his Governmenv job. James Bruce,
aged 57, a successful business man
started public life as ambassador
to the Argentine. He was criticised
for being voo friendly with the
Argentine dictator. Then Truman
ruade him director of the Atlanuic
Pact arms programme. ‘

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The rMMfll Mtd 'i,. | posed text of the appendix ma] also contain a prom, eminent "to adtadri many of the rsfUlsUc I There was DO reason to su that Cardinal Sapiens of Poland, I •wan that the aim pendini: wr* 0 were any diiTt and tho Poliih Inn "In fact i, p]|| in the Polish Usran I in the fore.;*posslbilitj of such i spill can only do harm.' the DSWf] "There Was SBStTliBtfcMI of I similar nature about ; ^pllt m the Hungarian hierarchy of til. szenty. wiai.ii %  %  tquall) unfounded." ,f — Keuter B.B.C. Radio Notes; West Indies Cricket Tour HI I'll III RELIEF THE rOOTPATH M [at: -rids .,>, th< western side of the Victoria Bridi;. bj pad i i ta relieve the tr.-itnY congestion on the bridge itself. It two days ago. and is in constant use all the while. 1 being used was opened Britain's Rush Plan For chunh Service* Petrol Leaves Big Gap 1 IM 7pm RBV. r I'AYNPR RAV—S.30 a P m Mr J lUrpr, • itrnsiAU. so m H--% K I I Mr !i Kl i I** John \ in mil FIRST STAGtt al a £50 million drive to triple Kingdom output of sterling oil have MMf been rushed I of schedule. New petroleum products have begun to flow at the annual rate of u million and a half tons from sections of two out of %  al plants being bulll to increase Britain'] output from the current 7 million tons to 20 million completion of this ly eliminate—dollar oil Las) proasramma is not likely to cut UM lollai gap on oil '"i I %  I race I mammoth new Internal t" K. i oni umpUon, 01 pei mil the internal L-uiuumptiori of petrol and allied producl i ialaf *'xporis. But the U.K. is only part of th Hobbies For Sparks LONDON %  %  %  %  Wi I%  %  He graduate coi "l ; that | %  %  %  • %  II you ii. "M> breadth of %  | parauV I N at Stanlow, Cheshwhich current:, i 'n j twin plant at over .25 million dollars a year Thames near for oil. S358 million* of th.ll i-^ I ondoii tl COStlBg £25.000.00. A the COM Of nurtl;. impoited dolv plant h.is lai oil (around 14.400,000 I i#|[un pro?> „ : t-aumniei will we I lr. Allmaii %  if I million tons i unit Dawn ieu Southampton. BffIf %  lll'i paal liner port. Uie lagta Insert sa Oil tompsw li.ivr I ">"! min r.< hi| loconiplrle what will. b> 1952. be the biiceM stBgle rrhm-rv in Waatan Benae i*i->. at i it arfll no :i nut our mil lion Killon* ut motor oplrit a*ran -4 hours — all from Midair t—I il. 1 I I in plants an asp u ,,n reBninj %  %  %  %  throui'.i ealui il the Hood %  %  %  %  i %  Balance Remains the bale ae <"i the sterlng oil reBUDGET APPROVED IN CANADA iprll 2 %  in tin —Renter Not i Beasffb Despite tin in i %  tai iii^ ell %  iterling petroleusi products ire •eel the needs of ... i arsi Ai>s i Miy. and |b) to the stsrllns %  lorafan exchange with which to sports Wan an annual %  I .'u million tons bi IM1-U, UM IN J -1 L1 %  > useg BOOM! (out million tons snniaalh ol sll tall ptodui I %  continued in next bottle' London -!••' gSSISSSi the oil Uuil the bs found In di Us .... %  percentags will total. patrol rationini \o beiieiil I I a. Where throuati ttas raot I i pool oi dollars be felt throughout the %  %  tat I K an e.i in an* i as "in the whole 350 million dou it unports hi ] Ins .. gap ol not less than IM million dollai .. Had niininn opsratloos in the starI ith $27.'* millions to-day, Ami thai withou .i tun of bKtfsasad consumption Mr r MOQT :iXJMBMOHIAI, -II m. M, j A (; V!Hi l-i.JL ,m B v R M^^ollooSh toijrrowN-s aa .m H* V r. -r T p m Mr D olt ilAJfK HALL,-•.SS J m Mr V M .iftSL-Lff1 "** s niiuioJaGHTWTr>WN 11 .. m H,-, V ^n^l 1 p m Mr H ""d* ETKlaVSl %  m H*v H fv J. B Broom*t>A.iJcnmi-s n, R,, j fl li'uoniM. T p„, M, P Bruce. .' % %  Hoi R R hH DBTRSCT a „ m H," intOll 1 II i-i Mr I BlaMnum IDBNCSE—II o.nt Mr W w I p m Mr r Browne. OUU. n M r. Brnr. I it.*** MA US* 1.1-THBHtAN CHURCH Oraana, UridaHowi, opm aar M-rvtoo .it J p ,„ The Hov W r. GDonoho... SpeoJm. Sub)*n -Whm i nion de*r (rlmil .if Brln1iiK Crip* i uiNaSasi rea i warmiv onroiimaM lo viail Utu (orvirr %  tuiNiroinrno wld %  o4 iv BenkSss blma .on UOSAVI VN n SBBUCK sTRiarr %  The MmiMer ORA1 illl.i. ii a m Ui w thn* BCK || m it-. U* (lpoppr MoMCdMrjiv 7 ,. n Mi Barker Slior mi.i. 7 |> m M, %  "Ml*, -i a n M, Krnirii ;\ %  ST rilKHKSA Kirl H....U-I Chur.li Bei .i i ., Ha nrri Rev H A Grimih. Celebnuil Rot II i> HoMri J %  i>"" I BH rSSS tle-chei rouog. 10 nifhli ul .., ,u BaVlVBl ServtMl %  f rev* Corner IhmerHMd iKK RM BapUal 1 e*-d.i(W Bo-iil D in id,.,,* Barvtea Pn tcttoi M ,. Ho War CliHWTIAN fICUBNCt %  inl T a '.'• %  • .. I I Q g jud hs -ill dan your Iboulu v i LIheawtye double mindeO '•no follou-tng Clbdlona are Included In .'. nu,w Bwsr%  %  I las *orth sates 'nut Joaa is 2 %  ma HjMiin wltl K Qod'S (orgut.iii Ihe Si -i .ndum uwt t.,' mraal Bui in* boliei m | <• KI Ions %  > ins beiMi i*u TBS NSM TISTAMSNT 1 HI KC II in i.im p i asfSi H-II R< J II Winter 1pm I II Wlnlei 1 Ml id IL Cox Rood, W W..K.rf I'Hll.ll' U %  n\ Lone Bay. Rev ST IAXTY-11 i. "> DurtMi.i. Ho% \ R. Brume •l BSAMI.I t HI Kl II WHTTEPAKK H ^ ,., i>uino Sorv>c*. laoaassaai R Thoono* ~ p %  owSat USte Sorvhv, Prmorhn EN.,,. reUat B Cl 1 *o < u v \a\ uii BArrisi IHIKH HANK HAIS. ROAD—11 %  MI Divute h .... HALT DIAMOND EXPORT CAPaTTOWsl April 28. • Treasure %  "-'' %  permanent M-ncme rorbidding export "( dianotsdi to destinations ottsar ttiau the I'nitui Ktns)do igalnst the envaiTaaseBt la dossisa. '['he plan nrai drawn m ay %  Startinn Sat. 6th. J-}j_ As you may have seen elseu in this paper the BBC has m^U %  ilanes to provide good roverage In reporting the matches of UM West Indies torn in England. Apart fr reports given direct from the %  units there win be a i ii,-.ment,ir> on every weekday so which there Is a match. These <'-mmentrir. in which wallknown former West Indian i rtcketers resident In England wilt (onirlbute expert opinions on the ulay and on the form and development of the West Indies team, will be given in the "Calling the West Indies' penoas which be^in daily at 7 15 p.m. %  of these will he heard •y next. 6th. M.iy when the match against Worcesterlure begins Reports at other times will be given In the case ol ihe more important matches and this against Worcestershire of course rnmei under this heading. On Saturd.i> although I beam* to this area do not normally c : me on the air before 1.15 p m. there will be a fifteen minute commentary by Rex Alston beginning it 8.15 a.m. and a half-hour one by him later in the day from 12 30 p.m. to 1.00 p.m. On the concluding two days of the match, Monday 8th. and Tuesday th. commentaries will he given at the same times thoua*h possibly the mid-day one may be only fifteen minutes in length. ; s confirmed or amended in this column next week. Salute to the West Indies A topical note will be struck in a magazine programme 9] -:>A. AI'HIL JO, ISM 1 %  lh oierV. %  EdlUmib, lsVm. I i %  %  %  7.i?.1 '. ,m -tf k '" -"* d P">. Film IS %  in Joutiiev ,„ MONDAY. MAY I, IBM 1 %  on, Li-lener. Oww 1.ft •root. I.oo . m FUMH 1 • C of Sid Pliilho. and Sr. 1710 p,n HMrw. An^TuVij V in Prutfsamme P-r.... %  VISW I IS p.m. Hadlo Newtrel. IM u.m Tip Tup Tune. 100 p.m. The N*. t 10 %  lllllllf PniKI Hlli Mm 'I Ml •'...... Ik• %  .._. IM>. 3.S0 % %  i i.i am BKASLEYS LIB. Ihpt. I HI DRIVE AWAY SKIN DISEASE -fan grmtim§j Mnsfsss/fr. %  **• if". -Vsi fs*M a. is* trrimktmS* Wrinkles re* be banished, a tired, lined fat Iiuwxa b broogfat back Uslina health and uvelinesi mw'JJj %  Tle world famous dermaloh>gt who cream laawt, Z,Z?Bi bat rrvolulrooiasd medern beamy ireatmeat aa & piwnjj** preparation* for ead type of ikin aad ags. 1 "''"I'lur. -raa, Uwi* how Imtma rattans yaaSfc la a luW sag emmpirwm, lieui — --a nnou i uMn.nioi sou. It Baaai am r ; rt 1 | 1 N oaiowai atlt. *md !' %  >-.i. .-flnmos* vnoasKMK casusi i..., ymt f^, #Leave il aa all aigbt. Tait %  "•'IUB. eream n,*a i *-' • %  *** "f - %  da-tM*-rtaree 'ie.' ^^ t. ,MM fare wuaaut affeeUaa aitraetire Huraetre | 11M The ieUna ra*. •"* i-o altetuie inliu. n*wi* ,^. •rib rieh INNOU TISSVE UtUB. U the S Ban aS fj ""cr rleauiaiakg, -afWv ivi.ua -j> • i ya*v tkla. 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Rcahwi And here's jr. ,r opportunity to brillf out the >ourh.„, LI-STK..I.I.M. sHAMIUi n,w cocoanut o,l shampoo .scentnical y treated to nmov. tho cocoanut s.neli Try il once and you Mil always us,. „. Your hi be lovelier, smoother, silkier, with On Bile at all good storea LUSTROLENE =.5 STOKES & BYNOE LTD. **•">'



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•77 g-SBAT >PML . is flvic Circle Meet May 3 n il Annul Unti l o ;: M SnarJi agJr iii i T. Ma, arc a. %  "* T a., -flp IIIWII erf The — at ox "* acoan•* %  M^.'SEra MBWaod to be •x vn -'•'-*-"-*1 %  ,—]. j DM -<' '•. "*: MHO ta !*ilM pHMX of tbe Paroh of SL mu*.M ::..K b a — *• %  JaTa?1 *> %  %  -' '-""rajO %  %  %  ^. 'kB can ownafl and IL _. H iff, mnilinml PACE SIVE Jamaican Prrjbvn Street HandicraftsOn Square mil High Standard G*?/ \ewLook •aHat tool MMi aaa aUra-t nne:a-n laa*~ wlb>illil a, Pratm 9Bm Sauarr Tba Sfcwe told !" < and ralm of -Jai UMln %  iM rtj aaa*n* MM aaanly a oai|t %  %  Saortze FnaM Dipim IM at tat •an to tor fact utat ir* Dr J W p Hartcaam CD MI V HeI ••. I AdMf %  UfWI H r Uortmor • Private^ Se t ie : p. m and W wao hat oaea AaUv ~ Mi PHUt. Decision Naried SIR GEORGE SEEL \RRI\ES HERE Fresh for your Pets ! PI UNA w mw PHIVA IAMIIMOH Mi a Ca.Ud %  aaMaaes =eo* on Tat ary irM i n a. raid Mia ftinian Popular p acmK ana I m iooktr. \dlucal< .-..,. G fit. oeaartinant ware aafBaa OW aman fa tat bin of -u Mr M 'pIXU | room esses. %  * %  • tsja*-aa ttmtmn ^^^^ %  gttcr, were also j-e n __,,„:•.--_ en Qu :. %  ferae em* *-"-'. %  fas* hu. ran go men lares JAU-H VOONEI ..1 anu •apeneni ***.* as-a u i theer way to tkcBui Stand flea* thai the 11 HIii %  a -umuiir vearttber %  ea-fcet on the *oe walk Mr^re*W it* _-•_* %  • <-f trayi ha%  K" W I Cricketers Had A Good Sea Trip :.r West %  -a *ho per %  GMrt. I Srcr*ttrxrtiQf ^erseeu piirtlliiMfi Furthrf ctown at J i1e-mgll HfKJ#K prOc^V %  VOd '-O.C .• fjf t-i •-nere t. re-mmn • -owwui For UM om-nc bg Mim.vn :-.:r--s -" Mt-tn :; Jo >,, 1-3; y ;o rrrttiTiie-w made _-., •- pp.J motn-' I -ta-utr, .T-w-or -•o tpenaiitft%  SOTH STAND UITY ANIt QUAIITV M ttOen -. • %  %  TO l. . %  o>\ K mis l.l-T \ ( .W %  Von .jr.J tt-e: w-.trr-n.iri'--(i -f :-< • -t. *•Sc-Jtti*ai r uo evet Owne _nj W 'Otl. os I Hi •fc .*_ -Mr. Wara Hiocli bad c %  tat*: %  C-.ld Weather r-*e4lr.. %  the X*-.< %  %  %  Amaoc Je Cndw-T I %  otber nunber 1 TWria UTULi IOHIN'. IfTit. Vda u*r>-*t rcutfi seas Seanuesx.j? (Useerm tjirrt • %  tenQM nooey. %  .vbco they was no LU, Ora^sa abou: had P rxmtrac* • •u -xaootTa. tip and down aa ti fted uet %  B^KU: was broker. •• %  beec pn-va u>c* out a debar Hsn* ! %  arc %  hi *M iwa*a f ta-krs f.irt %  a.**-. %  i %  > sac the crews abando o cx. ame day %  lats-rr. I„r, %  il-ra. Canadian CommiMumer Inspires Local Scouters %  -aC-fsv Boy Scouu for ;he i %  ,... %  intpu fiaj-baaos Bo> %  ser Sra. KAUAKM laWO. m. AMUI n, UMI %  Clarke. h';-i,r.~ fffip Put On Bond '-,-. lorry 01 Iteatatatad On 1 oiiiidiiig Charf/ it<. \ ^ lil)\ •••' %  * ** '"I I t ^ I \t i lll-M h l.\f 1 -Ml.I F \s MI SHOES Siu :_;, 1 Ml \K! Drill.1 (r 30 p. :our wKkau. t*. <~.| KM.SMI anal M. eack BLAl I \t I saora K.14 pair KMpat, tt-2* pair DVKD pj,,^ 11 and I'YUl l.illl: I .._,„ Mhilr R..tal >na Natt. I Mil I'KF UM fl SHOI v -1 > pair RIRl : II '"i tt.ll a Bait m! -1 2 rath BEE Rjti. /„ *i IWtmjVBMW %  iden H il .main Pe>na. HARRISONS BROAD ST leafn T.C.A. Plane Spends.Might lli-i-' uonratiffl a -ad sea cut %  token or ':< stons on .-. tatata „ : rtmm A.:-, U man bee.. ."J^JJJ*^ ISM %  ooe of his csuef utiereau, otber than Cn-r.r,—i, t tTscouT: enoec graebnes o>. %  sriaiTrtetiarice IfcVKor Reflisting Police ,(• /N 3 MONIES IfaMalaM] fkV'r" 1 !i* i A.McL onThtmL%  ** u to be oatc in :,. 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