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The Barbados advocate
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“WE WILL

it

U.K. Must Make Next |
Move To Expand BWI
‘Trade With Canada

* OTTAWA, May 27
SENIOR MEMBER of the British West

Indies Trade delegation said today that the
next move in attempts to expand B.W.I. trade
with Canada is up to the United Kingdom. Simon
Bloomberg, Chairman of Jamaica’s Import Control
Board, was optimistic that Britain, despite her
need for dollars for defence, is likely to meet that
move by allowing British colonies to use more of
their dollars to buy Canadian goods.

“We in the West Indies are hoping sufficient dollars
will Le provided to enable us to take full advantage of
anything Canada has to offer,” the 56eyear old official said
in an interview. “We realize Canada’s trade relations with
the West Indies are traditional and go back hundreds of
years.

“ — It

is our earnest wish that

: Fs the near future we will be able to|_
get back to normal trading.
Sugar Tribunal B.W.1.-Canada , talks will be
Starts I 9 ‘joined by United States officials
ny ca

when they go into the third and
(From Our Own Correspondent)

final day tomorrow. The talks,
closed to the Press, are important
to Canada-B.W.1. trade.
KINGSTON, J’ca. May 28.
Hon. D. B. Sangster, Jamaica’s
Minister of Social Welfare, came

in

Portuguese
Regime Praised
ON SILVER JUBILEE

LISBON, May 28.
Morning papers today devoted

Discussions are of significant
interest to Mr. Bloomberg, for
they represent his final official act.
He goes back to England on re-

back from Barbados Eéonomic} *? ‘ long eclumns of unanimous praise
Conference to-day. He was wel- tirement after 30 years in the] to the work of the present Portu
comed by A. M. Gordon, C.M.G., British Colonial Office, a career} guese regime which reached its
Labour Coufisellot and Industfal that has taken him to Europ®,/Silver Jubilee today. News-
Adviser to the British Embassy| fica and the B.W.I., but néver| papers stress the internal peace
in Washington on behalf of the before to Canada. a eae dees ss
Jamaica Government, as the Yet this country holds a warm years as well as the solid finances
sugar wage Arbritration Tribunal| spot in his heart as his three ‘and development of the Country
which is headed by Gordon began] children—two daughters and a in many fields such au building
investigations into profits and} son—made caréérs in this country |new roads, bridges, schools,
wage levels of the industry. A daughter, Marion, is attached] houses, airports, harnessing riv-

Sangster told Gordon at the) to St. Joseph’s Hospital, Victoria,| ers, development of the merchant



meeting that the matter was of}B.C. A son, William, a veteran] navy and industry, Newspapers
vital importance to Jamaica and] of the Imperial army, works for] paid tribute to the late Marshal
the rest of the West Indies. As in|the Alberta Government, Ed-| Antonio Oscar Carmona, Presi-
most matters at this point Jamaica] monton and another daughter] dent of the Republic since 1926
felt they lead the rest of the Brit-| lives in Vancouver. who died last April 18 — forty
ish Jest Indies. Mr. Bloomberg flew out to visit] days short of the Silver Jubilee
; : : his children and feels that Canada[{ of his regime and to Dr
Arbritration proceedings follow/is the West’s paradise. He only;Salazar, Planner of the regime
a recent strike in the local indus-) wished, he said, that Britain’s}| who has been Premier since 1932

and who was Financia] Minister

try and the refusing of the Sugar! currency restrictions were eased
from 1928 to 1940.—Reuter.

Manufacturers’ Association to meet! so that he could bring out his
demands of both the B.1.7.U. and! pelongings and his pension and
T.U.C. It will decide whether the] live the rest of his days in this
industry can afford to pay workers] country.

more than the. ten per cent in-
crease given this year, Friendly Atmosphere

N. W. Manley, K.C., appears eT is:

on behalf of the T.U.C. and the]. T. B.W.I,-C ie Rae dora
Hon. W. A. Bustamante heads his! ‘> Pe veEtveina. ¢ or a ah
union’s team. Kirkwood speaks] °f the restrictions on trade with

THEY WANT



SERETSE

SEROWE, Ma
spokesman for the Bamang-

conference
29.

A

forthe SALA. "The enauiry is|[Canada imposed asthe result of] wit tripe said here today they
expected to run_ into several three years ago. The crisis is over stood behind their banished chiei
weeks and any award will be but it is a question now whether Seretse Khama. ah
back-dated to the start of this! pritain considers she has sufficient At a tribal meeting (Kgot rk
CHOP: (dollars to extend Commonwealth called by the Resident Commis-

sioner, E. B. Beetham to announce



ar aeuee etc” Eelanee ts immediate moves to restore Afri-

y. Fi fndbice defence needs a can rule in the tribe’s territory,
Extra Day or Regarding the Conference, Mr 2,000 tribesmen ort ps coal :
Hangi Bloomberg said_ that distussions| he Bernamewaro cry of appre
wre have taken, place in a friendly | as tobe reinstated! In. thei

Bechuanaland reserve

After the Commissioner had told
them of Government plans, three
tribesmen appointed as spokes-
men rosé in turn and asked that
no chief other than Seretse, ban-
ished after tribal friction over his
marriage to his English wife,
should be imposed on them,

—Reuter.

KINGSTON, Jamaica, May 28.
So as not to eause too much
strain on the executioner, Govern-
ment will break the policy of
hanging only on Tuesdays, Clar-
ence Gentles and Gladstone Fisher | Kingdom Continuing Trade Com-
pfs gO hines ee oo St. | mittee Conference which finished
Catherine District ison tomor-! it, aeliberations a few days ago.
row morning while Delford Webb!" Pele SRUONE AotW Sal rep
und Roy Carnegie will be executed ,
on Wednesday. All four were
convicted of separate murders.
—C.P.

Many administrative difficulties
will soon be ironed out, but fur-
ther liberalization (of trade) will
await action taken on the recom-
mendations of the Canada-United

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11,000 Lorry

Drivers Strike

LONDON, May 28.

The strike of 11,000 lorry
drivers tonight threatened to
bring Britain's road freight car-
rying system to a stand still.
Driverg quit their vehicles

John Wayne Off
To Trinidad

(Fron Our Own Correspondent)
GRENADA, May 28.

John Wayne, after extending

his stay over the week-end, left

in|by plane this rnorning for Trini-



Barbadian Wits
Leewards Schol

Our Own Correspondent!

ANTIGUA, May 28.

(Fyow



The 1950 Leeward Islands scliol- | protest against the new inspection|dad. He spent his birthday here
arship has been awarded to June] system introduced by the State! on Saturday.
Francis Birkett, elder daughter of) run haulage executive. The entire party expre sed
Mr. E. F. Birkett, Manager of the Drivers said inspectors who/|their delight with the island.
Royal Bank of Antigua. were to cruise around main roads|Wayne is hoping to return
June, born in Barbados in 1932,jin special vans were “Gestapo”|Wayne was rémarkably conced-
came to Antigua in 1937, attended} agents sent out to “spy” uponjing to autograph hunters and

the Girls’ High School and is one} them \beamingly said how grateful he
of the first two girls who acquired Deliveries of certain foodstuffs! was for the many kind gestures
the Higher Certificate which was|to London stores were likely to|made to him ‘during his visi

introduced into Leewards Schools! be endangered if the strike con-|ineluding souvenir pre:

in 1950. tinued.—Reuter. ‘made to him,







FOUR UP







JAMAICA'S custodian Cooper is seen stretched ont on the ground as he tries to stop the
f Barbados, which was scored by Desmond John t playing centre forward

fourth goal



on,



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HISTORIC

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TUESDAY, MAY £9, 1951

NI



NELSON'S DOCKYARD, English Harbour, Anti gua. (Story P 4)

World C





ti



No Power To Deal

Te

]

ourt wee
|
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th Oil Dispute

Persia Tells Judicial Body

THE PERSIAN FOREIC

the International Court at The H ague saying that the Per- efficient way to fight any wat

sian Government did not
authority to examine the oil
Meanwhile 14 Judges of

of Judge I. Badevant of Fra

TEHERAN, May 28,
xN MINISTER sent a cable to
the Court had
dispute with Britain
the Court under the Presidency

considey any

ance have already hegun theit

study of two applications made during the week in the oil

dispute.
sationjanger fedeearearerdalconebone

“y ’ yw
DISASTER

This island is facing a disas
ter such as it has never seen
before. This time evory per
son in the island is concerned,
The Government is ia a worse
financial position than it has
been since 1900, Last year,
for the first time for thirty-
two years, the Government
had to be given a special grant
by Britain to pay for its or
dinary expenses. This year it
will need an even bigger grant,
but we cannot expect the
British Government to go on
paying the wag‘es of our doc
tors, our road workers, our
clerks, and ail our other Gov
ernment staff if we are allow
ing all our wealth to vanish
because of a labour dispute.
To-day there are $25,000 left
in the Treasury,

Where are we going to find
the money to pay for wages
unless work in the sugar in-
dustry and waterfront is re
Snimed, and nnless the Govern-
ment can collect its Yevenne?





Other employers too cannot
continue their work unless
their supplies can be landed

from the ships. And every
person may find that food is
more expensive and harder to
get. The Government will of
| course see to it that supplies
| of ossential foods are main-
tained, but everyone is bound
to suffer to some extent:

Mr. K, W. Blackburne, Gov-
ernor of the Léeewards
speaking on May 24,

hinge oer as
WOUNDED CHINESE
SNEAK TO HONG KONG





FORMOSA, May 28
Chinese Communi oldiers,
wounded in Koréa, dare daily
sneaking into Hong Kong, A Chin-

ese Nationalist Defence Milit

spokesman said here to-day

He claimed a Division Cém-
mander and a formér Chief of
Staff of a Communist Division fe-

cently escaped t

Canton hospital.

Another report said

} women political worker

s the border from Cor
China in recent week

—Reuter.

Hong Kong from

nearly 300
had fled
miunist



acro



2,000 FOR U.S.

The Advocate understands: that
3arbados will get only 2,000
; vacancies for workers who want



to go to the United States oi
temporary employment
The cost of transportation and
x0ard and lodging has also risen,
is reliably stated
Two United States Personne}
Directors, Mr. John H, Miller and
W. H. Meranda are due te arrive
in Barbados to-day They have
j been selecting other workers in
| Leeward Islands



Death Deferred

WASHI
ex

NGTON, May 28

of seven Nazi
t Landsberg prisor
stayed to-day until

ne 5

The

Var criminal
lp

| Bavaria
Tuesday, Ju
aying order was issued b
WwW

was





The s
' Judge
| Washi
last F

Iter Bast

Federal (
made a sin
executi :



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rder



yur before the Nazi war

Reuter

the |
wh yj} t

} The application from the
) \glo-Dranian Oil Company ask-
jirg the President to appoint an











a a ne a ERR

TH

E

Stalling
Red Attack
Says Vandenberg

WASHINGTON,’ May 2
General Vandenberg,
Air Ferce Chief of Statt
said to-day that the United States
Air Foree remained the single
largest deterrent to any Russian
attack that might start World
War III
Vandenberg was being question-
by Democratic Senator Tom



Foreign
the

telations Committee
inquiry into the dismissal
General Mae Arthur

‘publican Senator Styles
Bridges asked; “Do you think we
suld win in Europe without air
to knock out Russian

at
of



‘No sir’ Vandenberg replied
Asked if the United States was
building enough airpower to @o
that job, he said “as far as bud-
gets that have been approved by
Congress, yes”

Advocate

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PRICE: FIVE CENTS



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VAN FLEET TELLS .
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EIGHTH ARMY:

Reds Surrender —



To Allied Trodps °

Socialists Win

Poll In Austria

TOKYO, May 28
|IEUTENANT GENERAL VAN FLEET, nighth

Army. Gommander in Korea, toid his troops
today: “We will continue the present offensive
until we finish them off.’’

Telling war correspondents at the front that
the present drive was “going swell,’’ Van Fleet
said: “The job here is to finish them off until they
get enough of it. We are going to continue push-
ing ahead as long and as hard as we can.’’

As he spoke Eighth Army troops
pushed forward north of the first
natural river and mountain bar-
riers of North Korea.

They seized large quantities of
war booty and took so many sur-
rendering prisoners that new
stockades had to be built for them

The Eighth Army announced
tonight that 5,000 Communist sol-
diers had been captured in seven

Presidential

“Are bases in Europe, including VIENNA, May 28, days—more than half before Mey
Spain and England, as well as Informed political circles said] 97 ;
in North Africa, essential to any here to-day that the surprising United Nations troops today
successful striking of Russian Socialist victory in Presidential pushed beyond the rugged hills

3?” one Senator asked elections in Austria would prob- surrounding the kev towns of

ably have no immediate repercus- Hwachon and ‘njé—in Allied

“No Senator, they sions on Austria's political life hands—and mopped up remnants

not essential but they are} Socalist Minister of the Inte-jop Chinese units caught by the
certainly desirable’ tier, Dr, Oscar Helmer, said the swiftness of the Allied advance.

The United States Air Force was | coalition between the People's : :
getting itself as rapidly as possi-| Party and Socialists which had In tie west. Allied troops in-
ble in such a position that it} Shown signs of wearing very thin cluding Canadians, went across
could be free from the need for] ately would continue Yongpyongebon River in force and
everseas bases. Extreme elements of the Pee moved quickly to try and catch

But that would not be an) Ple’s Party have shown consider-} elusive Chinese who have accom+

ble signs of impatience with the plished a more successful with-
To operate without foreign bases,| "Sttiction on their activities im-]qpawal in this area than in. the
the Air Force would have to be ye Ai wr the alliance with oe east.
five or six times the size it would Watton will _— pn ae West of Munsan, South Koreans
be with them Renter, in political citclés, i But Savi crossed the Imjin River while

Rot

Ban On Television | *
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on



United States regiments brushed

extremists elements
Dr. Koerner, new President, | aside scattered attempts to hd
2,172,806 votes, Dr. Hoinrich} Up Advances on this river, east of



sner Conservative People’s | Korangpori,—Reuter.

Party got 2,005,290















Y * .

ja bitator and that of the British Stalions Advised Socialists who were among the
Gevemment asking the Court to most surprised by the result’ ys A a Ak
dewide the whole case have now| LONDON, May 26 eet jubilant and continued their W ill Soon nnourlk ¢
' igbeen “officially received in. The Parliamentary Committee| celebrations in the city until the
t fident> will probably dis-\studying Britain's rearmament early hours of the morning, US Troops For UK
cunts h other members which] driv® advised Government teday They tended to claim that. the
application he will deal with first,}tO ban the construction of some] 1éSult was merely a normal de-| aq AN TIC CITY, N.J., May 28

Under the United Nations} projected high powered television velopment which had also been United States representative in
Charter Persia accepted the| stations chserved in Parliamentary ele¢-| the United Nations, Warren Aus-
jurisdiction of the International It said new transmitters would] “ons. a : .| tin, said here he would soon an-
Court with certain reservations] encourage people to buy television On May 6, the first round of nounce how many troops the
It is not known whether any of sets and use up scarce raw materi-] te Presidential elections, the United States would supply for
those reservations will justify the] als needed for arms caerenee a vores cea wie United Nations work. ,
Persian Government refusing to The Committee said vehicle and ae Ube Move SRS ata Mve . Austin said he would give the

> » Cc t and acce aireré anufacturers , believe =I Se tee , ations specific state-
a ng the Court a accept its a ee oo majority of 168,156, United eae a Bacar ior Bs oo
if P sia ref 1 t % United States would not be main People’s Party leaders consider ay ; res a t "the eal b
, ee ker mere. O Peek oF tained. ree r ed their defeat to be due to the] TeOPs 1h ative he otitis Bont
to present .he views the British a n ( ; ‘ a revolt of Liberal elements of the the Collective Measures om-
Government can ask the Court Certain machine tools required rightwing of Austrian peopl: mittee
under article 53 to decide in| for making jet engines could only against clericalism and the influ The announcement would dem-
favour of its claim, It will be for be obtained in the United States. enee of big business on the Party onstrate “real co-operation in
the Court to satisfy itself that the| The report showed that Britain —Reuter. erganising the world’s resources
claim is well founded in fact} would have to wait two years for to resist aggression and repel
and law any spectacular increase in her armed invasion. "—Reuter,

Another important point the} output of tanks BLAMEY 1s DEAD ‘cheiecameniesinsaentiitlipaealabnienitnin
International Court may have to Production of the modern Brit- fe ”
decide very shortly is whether/is!: Centurion tanks had so far SYDNEY, 7a 28 The ear”
with these applications pending| been “on a very smal) seale.” May
| Persia can continue with its} The report revealed that a car Mourning Australia on. Mon- bays for NEWS
; nationalisation scheme. manufacturing firm was producing|day made ready a state funeral DIAL 3113
| —Reuter. | a new light fighting vehicle for the} {or Field Marshal Sir Thomas
| larmy. No details were given, Blamey, First Australian to at- Day or Night

4 | Britain was also producing a|tain that top British military

Keds Interested | ccmpletety new type of aircraft} mk —CP)_

in Korea Cease-fire

WASHINGTON, May 28. |

Communists had shown interest
in a Korean ceasefire
Senator Edwin Jonnson
here,

He :
ned g

senate

aid

spapers

iid Communist new
F to hi

n prominence
resolution calling for a
on June 25 “That
hows they are interested,” John
n sa And that is encour-

iging

4 resolution now before the
Sen oreigy Relation Com-
mitt ‘ommends that the Unit-



hould proclaim
withdraw their
38th parallel
the United
Commu
north

efire and
nh the
me time
vould

keep

on



call
their force
f ti arallel

fox a)
to leave Kotea by
leaving the Country

form

he resolution cal



») regions a

Reuter



fence OLS.E, Asia
Discussed




SINGAPORE, May 28
Economic concerning the
efénce of south-east Asi were
scussed in Singapore today by
Presentatives of British territo-
% in the region according to

unauthoritative soures

The conference, which. was held
top secret level attended
representatives from British
h Borneo, Sarawak, Singapore
fal High fTicial n
pore refused to-night to dis-

talks —RKeuter,



Red China Will
| Take Over Tibet

|

IKYO i 28
Communist China hi an-
nounced with fr fanfare that
|she tal ribet under
e guise Libera-





Democrat ,

engine which had never been put
into production before.

—Reuter.





Britain Protests
To Egypt Again

|
|

CAIRO, May 28.

Britain again protested to

Egypt today about restrictions on

the passage of oil tankers through
| the Suez Canal.

British Ambassador

Stevenson saw Egyptian Foreign

Minister Saleh El Din Pasha _
ieiterated the protest last made
December, ‘The re



Sir Ralph

cfficially in
ictions apply
r Israel ports
saleh El Din
Egyptian
Britain’s reply
ist Egyptian note

| }
jon between the
|

to tankers bound

Pasha noted that
Government still
to the
on political
two countrie
1936 treaty
the presence o
Egypt and the
Ang.o-Egyptian



waited





on the revision of the
concerns
troop:

of the

which
British
status
Sudan

in

—Reuter.



todonesia Will Not
Enter Cold War

DJAKARTA, May 28
Indonesia will not “aggravate
world conditions” by taking par
ir, a cold war between the United

Stites and Soviet blocs, Prime
Minister Mohammed Sukiman tolc
Parliament today.

She would strive to ease tension
by availing herself of every
chance for peace and by advocat-
ing peace in the forum of the
United Nation

—Reuter,



King For Ireland

BELFAST, May 28.
if due to visit Bel-
fast with Queen Elizabeth for a
four-di visit starting on Friday
Irish Republican Extremists op-
partition of Ireland
t demonstra-



K George is



the
planning a prote
Thursday

vas thrown at the
Dublin last Tr

ed to

1 on



Brit- ‘



— Reuter








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IS EXCELLENCY the Gov- Seventy-fifth Anni e . TUESDAY, MAY 29, 1951 IN Sui 5
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companied ) & om ‘ 4 6 a ‘orces’ Favourites, 7 a.m.
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tended . rd and final Tes * ' S & a P year age * a ogramme arade, am
joes Harbedos fad Kacatte ot Spires ¢ 18h ended $ist March, 1951. a Won. te emeont ae From The Editorials, 720'am Gener- | LADIES’
Kensington Oval yesterday after- poe ere nen a The Haynes Memorial Schoo) ct Lbbds' gauiaoer. Sa §.00 SO ea Nemembert nie boy - : .
noon. — j } is situated im King Street. It was Eetress Music From The Films, 8.30 am Think SATIN LASTEX with Straps also Strapless—One piece styles
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the series is to be played, Jamaica roll last year and at the end of which was voted by British film- Down, 11.15 a.m Programme Parade, TAVBETA. oo. 0 vine seb ev ees nke ge eestabenvebest from $ 7.62
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aieenbon ih). 3 Savage distributed the prizes for - ef the votes cast for actresses; p m Welsh Magazine, 645 p.m. Pro- BOYS’
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by Lady Nelson. Miss Ann hel i th: b iving Questi 2.89, Ann Baxter 7; ; jude, | 5.25
; , elped in other ways by Biv uestion ) -59, e The Commonwealth, 8.45 p m_ Interlude, 6 to 8 years SATIN LASTEX .............- ihc eee $5.
Pencthoen returned from her holi- ... 0r Lt could fix you up picnics, gifts of household things (All About Eve) 2.66. 8.55 p m From. The Ealtorialéy 9 00 Bm,
day in Montserrat. She arrived with a tent in the back and at Christmas there was the yee Tie eS oa. a SSS :
by, the sate opportunity. garden at fifteen guincus | Christmas Treat, when a bsp Jean Simmons—Seventh — The News, 10.10 p m Interlude, 10 15 ao} andi
<< . a_weck-—’"’ mas dinner was given the child- They were followed by Jean pm One Million Pounds A Week, me ae
Chief Operations ren, Fellowship of marriage Simmons (The Cloudeg Yellow), 8, Festival In Britain, 1100p m (DIAL 2310) PLAZA BRIDGETOWN

JIM MILES, Chief Opera-
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tributing Co., flew in from Trini- E their Christmas tree. The Girls and the Flying Dutchman), Hedy TUESDAY, MAY 29, “ ”

arise ; i isle i : : Pie . 3 ° , — i015 p.m. , 10.15 i
dad yesterday by B.W.I.A. 7 - Antigua Legislature is j,qustrial Union gave a Christ- Lamarr (Samson and Delilah). «et ee a 16. pee ews 1847 i. BORN BE BAD
_ Here on a short visit, he is stay- 4t present in Barbados on a short |. party for twenty of the child Voting for actors was: Alec 11.76 Mcs. 25.51 M. wep. & Joan Robert Zachary
ing at the Paradise Beach Club. Visit. ee o on Sunday en Guinness, 6.87 per cent; William — Hy TREES. 5 Fe eae en ge Special
Coming in ‘by the same plane were evening by B.W.I.A. and is a * x bedspread, started Holden (Sunset Boulevard), 6.19; Sih Geeeting An “Brave Little Tailor” THURSDAY
Mr, and Mrs. Edward Fitzhugh guest at Indramer Guest Mouse ; * erty ne children, was “Jeff Chandler’ (Broken Arrow), SPARROWS TOOK | RKO ‘Exciting Action ~ “Brave Little Tailor 1.30 p.m
and their daughter. They have ...... other guests at Indramer a leted at the end of the year 5.33: Trevor Howarq (Odette,), OVER RIGHTS | tHE WINDOW" Program “pace (Mgnomram) ,
planned a ten-day holiday in are Mr. and Mrs. I, Harban, Mr. . a affled, The money received 4.35: John Mills (Morning Depar- beer Deco SS avdaniali as John Carradine é&
Barbados, also staying at the Ronald Gresham, Miss Louis ia ie used to buy a second— Bt ure}, 4.34; Howard Keel (Annie HAMILTON, Ontario. yohung wWelasmlller Johnny eee OF FEAR |
Paradise Beach. Mr. Fitzhugh is Carter, Mr,. and Mrs, R. J. pene typewriter for the children’s Get Your Gun), 4.03. A pair of sparrows took over ||! Sheffela—Nancy Kelly—Chita ee RaET, Mask Brows
Sante aceisoaiving then nerayn Singh and ME. "and Mis, instructions. h squatters’ rights in the postal box —— = = eas

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eae ee Meine oes ris =, pee In August 1950, Mrs, R. M. Jones viseemca teat tan Mattar qaae at the home of William ‘Yeardye. OISTIN Ht ’ "er!
Donald B. Gillies of Cleveland. Mr, and Mrs, Harban are here resigned be yeaa eine 4 be TT award for the finest Broadway He a en tae. a PLAZA Dial 8404 ||| GA ik a |
They have just visited Venezuela for twelve days holiday. He is School, e wi , ; aa performance in his roles in On the box: “P tah atertes Play he kok ||| THE GARDEN — ST, JAMES|
end were intransit through Trini- with the Simplex Time Recorder member of the committee, ANNA NEAGLE Lillian Hellman’; The Autumn under door; birds have taken ows To-day 5 & 8.30 p.m. |}| Last Show Tonite 8.30






Bird Here

groups of St, Matthias and Belle—
ville gave gifts to the children for

BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY, MAY 29, 1951








































LAST TWO SHOWS TODAY

Margaret Lockwood (Highly Dan- 445 & 8.80 p'm

gerous), Ava Gardner (Pandora

C.B.C. PROGRAMME























As Odette Warners Double ! | Paramount Double!

dad. . 4a) Co,, Ltd., in Port of Spain, Mr. St. Vincent and St. Lucia Garden and the adaptation of over.” Shortly after, there were Paramount 2
Few Days Gresham and Miss Carter who RS. W. H. BARNARD came in Ibsen’s An Enemy of the People. four eggs ir the box. igked a ) | Ray MIULAND ae
EV. C. J. RAMCHARAN of St. are from Grenada are returning on B.G. Airways flight sO: ee ae | “CAPTAIN CAREY, U.S.A,"

Thomas Vicarage, Chagua-~
nas arrived from Trinidad yester-
day morning by B.W.I.A. to
spend a few days holiday in Bar-

to that colony to-day. Mr, Singh
is a pawn broker and jeweller in
Tuna Puna, This is jhis second
visit to Barbados. He was first

from St. Vincent yesterday morn-
ing to spend two weeks holiday
in Barbados staying at the Marine
Hotel.









Alan LADD





WED. & THURS. 8.30 p.m.

WED. & THURS. 5 & 8.30 p.m |
| Paramount Double

Monogram Double—
Eddie Cantor
STRIKE ME PINK &

DEAR WIFE

Holden and

|
“THE HARD WAY” &
William.











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bados. He is staying at Lisledale, here in 1945. Mr. and Mus, : RAINBOW ISLAND
Worthing. Ahamad have been here since _ Mrs. Annie Barnard and Mrs. F. Charlie pace EYR roe by Technicolor)
Three Weeks May 16th and return to Trinidad Barnard arrived from St. Lucia on Masta “Dorothy Lamour
; June 1st, where Mr, Ahamad is Sunday. They are here for one cients:
RRIVING by B.W.1.A.’s ? f rm SIRI OGD

morning flight from Trini-
dad yesterday was Mr. W. E, Fer-



proprietor of Transport and Con-
tracting business,

week, staying at the Crane Hotel.
Other passengers on the_ St.
Lucia plane on Sunday were Mrs.






GLOBE

reira, one of the Attorneys of ° * Bernard Moore and her daughter
Messrs. William Fogarty Ltd., in Display of Gymnastics = {iiher. Mrs, Moore had been TO-DAY, 5.00 & 8.15 P.M. LAST SHOWING
Port of Spain. Mr. Ferreira ex- UEEN’S COLLEGE Gymnastics spending a holiday with her pa- LETTER FROM

pects to be here for about three
weeks. He is staying at Aquatic
Gardens Guest House.

Display will be repeated at
Queen's College for the publie on

rents, Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Potter
in St. Lucia.

Week-end Arrivals





AN UNKNOWN WOMAN

Joan FONTAINE Louis JOURDAN
































American Mission Friday, June ist, 1951, at 4.30 R. HERBERT ALLEYNE ar- TO-MORROW AND THURSDAY, 4.45 AND 8.15
Cc and Mrs, Marcus Flinter eo rived from Trinidad over the Rupert is still not prepared for to get home." says Rupert. >
who had been holidaying in Following the Display there week-end to join his wife and the stcange thing that is to happen.“ Right,"" says the man, ‘* Sit down 3
Barbados for the past two weeks, will be a Netball Match between family who are already in Barba- Gee eit ok ecive Uke cmuan olives ad Hod: Very tight. Then wish AD
staying at’ the Paradise Beach the School’s First and Second dos. arriving by the same speciale vin ici teua iy m hard.” Rupert dees as he is told Se a
Club returned to Venezuela yes- Netball teams Admission: plane were Mr. and Mrs. Virgil the sledge so that wt heads away and (to. his. amazement the sledge JACQUELINE de WIT 4 “
terday morning by B.W,LA. & Adults 1/- Children 6d Smith. Hailing from Missouri frors the frozen waterfall. Now glides forward over the snow, not ELENA VERDUGO 3
Col. Flinter is with the Ameri-‘S i ; they are at present living in Bar- then, little bear, what do you want downhill, bur past the clump of MARY GORDON ‘ bee
can Mission in Caracas. & U.S. Consul General celona, Venezuela where ot ros; >"? he asks. ‘ Why. | want AA Raaxee oe . Sclase igh ee Fva tat sia aan : tof)
ini avid ith is an engineer. ey plan ee
PR yA R. ROBERT F. HALE, Ameri- to spend e wie in see an ‘ CINE bers O ly mr “7\I By cay = i ;
I ss ‘ i rd 2 induor Hotel. «.:
and Miss Marion Taylor, two can Consul General in Port rt Rey Md te rg eyole champion AQUATIC CLUB L y 1A (Members Onl ) AND CORVETTE K 225
staff nurses at the Colonial Hos-fgof Spain who arrived from St. oi, returned over the week-end : cathiteheus Cree eT ae Randolph SCOTT NE ;
pital, San Fernando, who have al-gVincent yesterday morning by after taking part in the Trinidad ar | tO eer al aoe ; aan on Ella RAINES
ready been here for two weeks§3.G. Airways leaves to-day for cycle races. “THE ASTONISHED HEART"
still have another week's li St. Lucia by B.W.I.A. He is ° Starring; CELIA JOHNSON — NOEL COWARD fl Dat tata tata tad LON ROOD,
s holiday

in Barbados before returning tc
Trinidad.

Also with them art



making a tour through the Lee-
ward and Windward Islands, He
nas already visited Grenada and

Incidenial Intelligence
HE difference between gross
income and net is, in non-





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Miss Marie, Rudolpho and he) B wnen he leaves St. Lucia he will technical language. plent y.— SPECIAL MATINEB: SATURDAY MORNING at 9.30 o'clock
friend Miss Elizabeth Lequay visit Antigua and the Virgin Richard Armour. YVONNE De CARLO -- HOWARD DUFF To-d T To-day and Tomorrow
They are’ all guests at Nyda slands before returning to- his London Express Service. in “CALAMITY JANE AND SAM BASS” o-tay atid Tomorrow 4.30 and 8.30
g headquerters in Trinidad. L.ES. in Technicolor rare Republic Smashi Doubl
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BARBADOS 2

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Printed by the Advocate Co., Lt4., Broad St. Bridgetown
AE lh soll ssquaasienelnaaeerscensinieniilantsnaadaatan
Tuesday, May 29, 1951

STOP

THE merit of trade controls in time of
peace hias been the subject of much contro-
versy in this island and now that the period
allowed for their retention has come to an
end, it is up to the Legislature to say
whether controls shall continue in Barba-
dos.

During the war the institution of controls
was necessary to the achievement of vic-
tory. Controls also ensured a regular supply
and even distribution of essential food-
stuffs throughout the island,

The official state of the war is now com-
ing to an end and this island must ensure
that it controls its own trade policies un-
trammelled by Whitehall directives. This
is what the representative form of Barba-
dos’ Government demands in time of peace.
There can be no democratic government
possible here if power is concentrated in the
hands of the Colonial Office without the
local Government having any say in the
vital decisions affecting trade.

This country has for the greater ‘part of
its existence been run by statutory and
emancipated boards. In recent years there
has been a gradual but alarming concentra-
tion of such power as they exercised, into
the hands of the Colonial Office or the Gov-
ernor. Several of the statutes under which
they operated have been amended and they
have been denuded of much of their power.

On the Order Paper of the House of
Assembly there is now “a bill to continue
temporarily certain emergency enact-
ments”. Behind this innocent wording is
another attempt to give to the Governor
the power to make orders which were in-
tended for use during an emergency, There
can be no justification for re-imposing on
the community controls which have been
proved time and again to have brought
serious disadvantages to business since the
war ended.

The Control Authority in this island now
acts under directives from Whitehall and
the mercantile body and the community in
general have accepted this condition as one
in which they can do nothing but protest.

In the neighbouring colonies of Trinidad
and British Guiana the expiration of the
period of controls has been greeted with a
general determination to scrap them. There
can be no difficulty in Barbados in accepting
expiration of this initial period as the end
of all controls which allow Great Britain to
dictate Barbadian trade policy. It is for the
House of Assembly to bring the matter to a
head by rejecting the bill for the second
reading.









Honour For Barbados

THE appointment of a Board of Enquiry
composed of Sir Clement Malone, Mr,
Frank Walcott of Barbados, and Mr, Allnutt
to enquire into the cause of disputes which
have disrupted trade relations in Antigua
is an indication that the British Govern-
ment has at last begun to realise that there
are people in the West Indies better suited
to adjust differences between the peoples
of the area than others who are un-
acquainted with conditions in the West
Indies.

The appointment of Mr. Walcott who is
Secretary of the Barbados Workers’ Union
is a compliment to Trade Unionism in Bar-
bados and especially to Mr. Walcott.

For some time now trade disputes in
Antigua have been the background for much
that is shameful and unsatisfactory in West
Indian life. Threats against peaceful citi-
zens who have been marked out as respon-
ible for the existing conditions, ill behav-
iour towards the Governor and other offi-
cials and the general disruption of relations
between employers and employees are
features which can only bring disadvan-
tages to the people of Antigua.

The Governor in a recent broadcast
points out that the island is facing a disaster
which it has never seen before, Financial
resources have been so depleted that for the
first time in 32 years the British Govern-
ment had to assist by means of a special
grant.

Poverty is widespread throughout the
Leewards and when through their own
action the people of those colonies reduce
the prospects of development and frighten
capital, they cut their own throats.

The Board of Enquiry as appointed can
do much good to promote happy relations
between the various sections of the com-
munity. Mr. Walcott can play a great part
towards this desirable end,







NELSON'S



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

.

ANTIGUA

Like Christophe’s Citadel in
Haiti and Brimstone Hill in St.
Kitts, Antigua’s English Harbour

is one of the showplaces of the
Caribbean. Nelson's Dockyard
in English Harbour, though fast
falling to pieces, is a part of
British Naval history and remains
as a monument to the days when
the “wooden walls” of England
ruled the seas,

The many yachtsmen and others
who —ihave visited Nelson’s
Dockyard in recent years will be
glad to know that steps are at
last being taken to repair its
buildings, and put the Dock
yard to practical use.

A society of the Friends of
English Harbour has recently
been established in Antigua under
the patronage of the Governor of
the Leeward Islands, and it is
hoped that a branch of the Soci-
ety will shortly be set up in the
United Kingdom. The _ Society
plans to repair the buildings,
keep the Dockyard in good order
and to develop its facilities for
the use of visiting yachts.

The Society is faced with a





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the winners of these races and a
Committee boat will accornpany
the cruise and will be responsible
for handicapping, starting and
timing.

The cruise has been planned so
as to enable yachts to spend as
many nights as possible at anchor
in pleasant surroundings, and
there will be time for visits to
places of interest in the islands,
Also, special arrangements are
being made for the last three
days of the Cruise which are to
be spent in English Harbour.
Although the Cruise is intended
tor sailing yachts, the Society will
welcome entries from owners of
power driven yachts.

Nelson first arrived at English
Harbour in September, 1784, when
as Captain he brought out H.M.S.
BoTeas to join the Leeward
Islands Squadron under Sir
Richard Hughes, Two years late
Sir Richard returned to England
and Nelson acted as Commander-
in-Chief.

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CARLISLE BAY.

formidable task. The buildings
in the Dockyard were surveyed in
1948 by the Senior Ancient Mon-
uments Architect of the British
Ministry of Works, who estimated
that it wauld cost some £50,000
to carry out essential repairs.
The Society do not expect to raise
this sum of money overnight, but
it does hope to obtain sufficient
support immediately to enable it
to arrest further decay, and to
inake a modest start with repairs,

Caribbean Cruise

The first of the activities to be
undertaken by the Society of the
Friends of English Harbour is the
organization of a Caribbean
Cruise in the Spring of 1952, The
Cruise will be under the spon-
sorship of the Royal Cruising

lub,

Starting at Barbados on Friday,
1st March, yachts will proceed by
way of Grenada, Carriacou, Be-
quia, St. Vincent, St, Lucia, Mar-
tinique,, Dominica and Guade-
loupe, to finish in English Har-
bour on the 19th of March,

Although the cruise is not an
ocean race, if sufficient owners
desire it, five of the trips between
the islands will take the form
of optional races. Prizes of his-
toric interest will be awarded ito



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came out to join the squadron as However the Antiguans soot

Captain of H.M.S. Pegasus, and
therefore under the command of
Nelson. Clarence House, a large
stone house on the hill opposite
the Dockyard was built as a shore
residence for the Prince, and is
used to-day as the Governor's
country residence.

Nelson and the Prince were on
the best of terms, and the Prince
insisted on being his friend’s
“best man” when he married the
youthful “Widow Nisbet” in Nevis
in 1787, Frances Nisbet was then
aged 22, and the widow of a
Nevis doctor who had died eigh—
teen months before. She survived
Nelson by many years and died
in Harley Street, London,

Not long after the wedding
Prince William, Henry returned
to Canada, and the same year
Nelson took the Boreas back to
England before the new Admiral
arrived,

The most interesting building
at the Dockyard to-day is the
Admiral’s House. This was used
as the Admiral’s shore residence
when at headquarters. After Sir
Richard Hughes had returned to
England, Nelson as acting Com-

DOCKYARD.

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mander-in—Chief—in his early
twenties—lived occasionally in
the Admiral’s Héuse. It is record-
ed however, that he spent most of
his time ising about to the
other islan and even when he
was in. Antigua he preferred to
live on his ship.

It seems that Nelson was not
too happy during his stay in An-
tigua. He was suffering at the
time from frequent illness and
temper - destroying. headaches,
also he was trying to teach his
Admiral and the Governor of
the Colony how to do their jobs.

Navigation Act

He crossed swords with them
over a technical point in the
Navigation Act. According to the
Act, trading vessels that were
not correctly registered were lia-
ble to be seized, This point had
been ignored by his superiors,
bit he foreed their hands. Nat-
urally the local merchants felt
rather strongly against the young
sea captain who seized the car-
oes they had purchased, an¢

his embittered him very much
His references to the

inhabitant:



saw the strict justice of his ac-
tions and were among the firs!
to acclaim him as a_ national
hero, and to mourn his death
twenty years later at Trafalgar
after his brief return to Antigua
while following up Admiral Vil-
leneuve just before the famous
victory.

Nelson has a special place~ in
the hearts of Englishmen ana
members of the British Common-
wealth. Nelson’s Monuments are
to be found in all parts of the
world, and his ship, the Victory
has been preserved, In 1932 Sir
Reginald St. Johnson, K.C.M.G.
wrote of Nelson’s Dockyard “. . .
this ancient naval depot in the
West Indies, where he (Nelson)
dwelt as a young man and began
to establish that reputation for
courage, zeal, and _ patriotism
which was to carry him so far,
should unquestionably be pre-
served as a national monument.
It will be a lasting disgrace if it
is allowed.to pass unheeded into
a heap of shapeless ruins, as
may soon happen if nothing is
done.” Now, some twenty years
later, something is going to be
done.

COLONIAL STUDENTS

LONDON, May 17.

Colonial students at the British
Council’s special residential centre,
Hans Crescent, in London, are
protesting against a decision which
means that three-quarters of them
will not be able to return there in
September.

Because of expenditure cuts and
consequent inability to employ
relief staff while permanent staff
have a holiday, the Council has
decided to close the hostel for a
fortnight as from July 16. The
200 students at present in resi-
aence—English and Overseas—
have been given notice to quit
but they may return for the
month of August. During thati
period 55 of them will be chosen
to continue in residence at Hans
Crescent. The lucky ones are to
be decided on partly by ballot and
partly by selection,

Many of the students feel this
treatment is unfair. They ex-
pressed their strong dissatisfaction
at a students’ meeting this week.
It was decided to petition the
Director of Colonial Scholars, Mr.
J. L. Keith, Colonial Office, on
the matter.

Gold Coast students are going
a step further, While identifying
themselves with the petition, they
have decided to approach their
home Government with a. view to
a hostel being instituted in London
for Gold Coast students.

Not all Colonial students are
opposed to the British Council's
decision. Mr. R. E. F. Davies,
President of the Sierra Leone

A GREEK GOD in Stature and
profile; an outstanding athlete in
all branches of sport and on the
running track; a nineteenth cen-
tury grandee complete with mono-
cle; and with it all a scholar who
overshadowed Simon and Birken-
heac. in his Oxford days:

Possessing all these gifts, it is
not surprising that Denzil Batch-
elor has chosen Charles Burgess
Fry as his hero.

In “C. B. Fry’, published by
Phoenix House Ltd.—one of the
first volumes in a series of lives
of the great ones of cricket—Mr
Batchelor has not only done ample
justice to the great, the noble one
of his choice but he has made it
possible for the reader .to recap-
ture the atmosphere of the de-

lightful persod of the nineties aro
the turn of the century when
amateurs still had the leisure to
compete successfully against pro-
fessionals and when the half vol-
ley was a ball to be crackei to
the boundary no matter in what
disguise it was presented to an
alert batsman.

Never counting the
of the crowd Charles was dis-
dainful of popular. opinion.
“Fine innings, Sir! Deuced fine
innings.”’ exclaimed a noble wai-
rus in the front row of the pavil-
ion at Lord’s when Charles was
returning from the wicket after a
glorious innings. “Did you think
so? Surely not? Why I missed
two bails”, Charles genially re-
plied. And at the end of his Test

plaudits

Cricket career in 1912 when Eng-
land led by Charles beat Austra-
in the never
first timeless Test, he treated the
plaudits of the crowd with Olym-
pian
throughout
taincy had been bitterly criticised
and he was actually booed when
going out to the middle, but when
his tactics and his individual skill
brought victory the crowd chang-
ing their tactics called for Fry
But Charles

lia

By E. B. TIMOTHY

Students’ Union, declared at the
students’ meeting: “Hans Crescent
is intended for all students and
there is no reason why one batch
ef students should expect to live
in the hostel throughout their stay
in Britain and thus enjoy a mono-
poly of the amenities provided.”

The reasons for the British
Council action were given me
to-day in an interview with Mr,
Hugh Paget, warden of Hans
Crescent, and Mr. R. L. M. Mac-
Farlane, Press Officer of the
British Council.

“IT can understand the feelings
of the residents’, said Mr, Paget.
“They are quite happy at Hans
Crescent and find it hard to leave.
I, also, am sorry to lose them,
The fact that the students are
reluctant to leave Hans Crescent,
is a compliment to the work we
are doing.”

Hans Crescent, however, is
primarily intended for new
errivals in Britain, When students
are admitted to residence in Hans
Crescent, they are told in writing
that their residence will normally
be for one academic year. At the
end of the academic year, a few
old students are asked to remain
and the vacant accommodation is
assigned to new arrivals.

Some students, T find, are fol-
lowing up. disgruntlement = at
having to leave Hans Crescent,
with criticism of the welfare
activities for students which the

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that it was now his duty to appear
and graciously
receive the plaudits of the ignor-
The crowd called in vain for

on the balcony

to be fogotten
ant,

the captain

Before and He never admitted
match his cap- conventional
on the game
He admired
with a cross

Batchelor,
the
cricket.

not, appreciate

British Council provide. One
Colonial student to whom I spoke
said: “The British Council are
treating us shabbily; if they can-
not cope with the welfare work |
for students, they should hand
ever to the Colonial Office,” Wher,
reminded that students were
formerly dissatisfied with the
hostels run by the Colonial Office.
he replied: “It is true, Hans
Crescent offers better amenities
but the Colonial Office never
turned studets out into the streets
of London with nowhere to go.”

It is not correct to say the
Council are turning students out
without providing alternative
accommodation, The Council is
providing students with suitable
addresses of which the Council
approve. This problem of accom-
modation must be viewed in the
light of the present housing famine
in Britain, now accentuated by
the presence of visitors from over-
seas for the Festival of Britain.

In many ways, Hans Crescent
is unique for students. It contains
a library, adequately furnished; a
theatre, a lounge, a quiet room
where students may study. And
unlike most student hostels, it has
‘a large number of well-furnished
single rooms. For bed, breakfast,
and dinner, students pay three
guineas a week.

One West Indian student with
whom 1 discussed the hostel’s
amenities. said: “The monetary
value of the services we receive;
at Hans Crescent is nothing under |
£5.2.6d.; yet, we are only asked to!
pay £3.3.0d. a week.”



ply
politicians, harassed by threats of a new
rebellion, by growing public discontent at

General Yao Tchung Ming, is believed to

amid growing world tension could best be

GENERAL YAO WARNS |

'
Â¥ CALCUTTA, |
The Burma Road may be reopened to sup-
Red China.

And Burma’s bankrupt

Government inefficiency and corruption, and

by the presence of reinforced Chinese divi- |
sions across the border, are reported to be
considering a scheme for by-passing any
Western blockade of the China coast.

Red China’s suave ambassador to Rangoon,
have suggested that Burma’s “neutrality”

maintained by allowing the secret shipment
of rubber, wolfram, manganese, and other war
materials by Irrawaddy river steamer to
Mandalay, and thence by truck 800 miles
across the border mountains. "

All the goods would be bought by Chinese
ander-cover agents in South-East Asia, osten-
sibly for Burmese firms. It would be difficult
wnd embarrassing for the democracies to
prove otherwise.

The Red rebels who now virtually rule
Upper Burma would, in return cease anti-
Government activities and enable the ap-
proaching elections to proceed without
disturbance,

The rebels, in fact, have already laid off
the Burma Road, by which Britain and Amer-
ica armed Chiang Kai-shek against the
Japanese in World War I}.

TRUCK BURNED

All is quiet along the lower stretches. Only
oceasionally are “capitalists” attacked. A
British-owned petrol truck lay burned out at
the roadside when I motored up this week,
but road gangs were working unharmed,

They told me that Communist insurgents
ceased damaging the road three weeks ago—-
about the time the Chinese ambassador is
said to have put his plan before the Burma
Government.

Work is now going on all along the weed-
grown trail to Yunnan, where parties of
Chinese coolies are busy repairing the last
lap to Kunming.

But a large screen of troops and sus-

picious police prevent foreigners looking
further than the former Burmese summer
capital of Maymyo,

I found this hilltop town a vast armed
camp, with strongly guarded roadblocks
barring the route to China.

My pass, obtained with great difficulty,

allowed me to proceed no further. I was
warned that any attempt to infringe the
regulations might mean immediate impris-
onment.
There is no habeas corpus nowadays be-
hind Burma’s bamboo curtain, and the ever-
present secret police said the British Gov-
ernment would be unable to help me.

“We do not like foreign journalists”, said
officials everywhere. They spared no effort to
make their dislike quite plain.

Burma Army men said that large concen-
trations of troops were at Maymyo for train-
ing. British instructors, part of the military
mission to Burma, were endeavouring, with
little success, to instil discipline into raw
units. |

So far these units had shown more in-}
clination to loot places they are supposed to |
be protecting than to go out and beat the!
rebels.
But there are also several well-armed reg-

ular regiments, which no one denies may be
there in connection with the arrival of rein-{
forcements for the Chinese 11th and 17th}
Route Armies across the border.

The shadow of these Red troopers lies dark

across Burma. IX gives hope and strength |

to reviving rebel opposition.
THEIR ‘STALIN’

Burma’s Stalin, Thakin Than Tun, who
once boasted he would sell the gold leaf off
the sacred Shwe Dagon Pagoda in Rangoon,
is rallying scattered insurgent forces against
the Government.

Headquarters have been set up in a re-
mote jungle village. Various rebel com-
manders have slipped across the mountains
to take up posts in the new rebei high com-
mand,

The shaky administration in Rangoon car
do nothing to stop them. There are hardly
enough troops in South-East Asia, let alone
Burma, to root out the thousands of armed
men roaming the countryside.

And the Socialists, who form Burma’s lega!
government, know, if the rebels finally unite,
their cardboard pyramid of power will col-
lapse overnight.

Outside the main towns and a few poorly
held communication lines—and that means in
three-quarters of Burma—gunmen are in con-
trol and their bullets are the law.

Bullets may be whining through Rangoon
if trucks for China do not soon start rolling
up the Burma Road.—L.E.S.

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B.G. Population

Increases Rapidly

New Industries

Wanted

HON W. J. RAATGEVER told the Advocate yesterday
that British Guiana’s population is increasing as a result
of tne improved health conditions in the colony. due
principally to the D.D.T, Campaign which was carried out

within recent years.

Second Year
Seedlings Cut

The second year seedling trial
at Henley was cut during the
early part of the month. Twelve
seedlings were selected from this
trial. Eight of these will be in-
cluded in the third year seedling
trials, while all will be sent to the
various contributing colonies for
which they were selected, next
October.

The second year seedling ratoon
trial at Hothersal was also cut
during the month. The plots of
the seedlings which had been
selected were weighed and the
usual data taken. The results in-
dicate that none of the selected
seedlings should be discarded at
this stage, although some did not
perform exceptionally well,

Third Year Seedling Trials. One
third year seedling plant cane
trial was cut at Carrington. This
trial has frequently been under
water during the past year, and
variation from plot to plot and
bed to bed was very wide. How-
ever, the yields obtained were
still quite heavy. As in the other
trials, B.4744 and B.47419 were
outstanding, averaging 8 and 5
tons per acre more than the
standard variety B.87161, Sucrose

in juice of B.4744 was 19.3 per
cent. against 16.7 for B.37161.
B.47419 averaged 19.0 per cent.

sucrose in juice an@ B.4098 was
19.4 per cent,

Third year seedling first ratoon
trials were cut at Yorkshire, Col-
leton and Kendal. B.46223 and
B.46397 gave the heaviest yields
of cane, but the juice quality was
only equivalent to that of B.37161.
B.45151 gave a heavy yield of
ratoon cane, particularly at the
high rainfall stations, while the
sucrose in juice was roughly 2
per cent. higher than that of
B.37161, This cane trashes very
easily and has no prickles, but is
unfortunately a thin cane and so
not likely to be cultivated on any
scale in Barbados. The canes are
exceptionally sound and arrow
very sparingly. B.46364 also gave
a heavy yield of ratoon cane at
all stations, but appears to favour
the high rainfall areas. The juice
quality of this variety was good,
and the canes were very sound
and shed their trash easily. This

ariety will have to be tried fur-

ther before any definite recom-
mendations can be made,
Distribution of Ornamental

Plants. Four hundred and sixty-
six ornamental plants of different
species were distributed,

Entomological

Moth Borer Control. During
April, 67,797,000 moth borer egg
parasites were bred up and of
these 56,697,000 were available
for liberation, bringing the num-
bers so far bred up this year te
107,821,000 and the numbers lib-
erated to 94,343,000.

Planters who have not yet
fetched their quotas are advised
to do so before plant cane becomes
too dense in growth,

The beneficial results of last
year’s moth borer control work
are clearly shown by the fact that
the average per cent. joint or
cane internode infestation for 11
factories this year is down to 7.8

per cent.; the lowest average
figure yet obtained.
Routine field work on field

deposition of Diatraea egg masses
of parasitism by Trichogramma
eontinues as usual. .

Root Borer Control, Damage by
root borer to young plant cane has
not been so obvious this year,
owing to the rapid and vigorous
growth of such cane, due to con-
tinued rainfall.

Ratoon fields, and often Ist
ratoons which had been damaged
Jast year as plant canes, are now
showing characteristic damage in
several areas of the Island, par-
ticularly in the leeward areas. A
survey is being made to pick out

30 root borer damaged ratoon
fields of approximately 5 acres
each in a reasonably compact

area, in order to treat from 2 to
2} acres in each field with
mechanically distributed and in-
corporated Aldrin, as soon as such
fields are prepared in a flat seed
bed ready for this year’s planting
season. Materials and equipment
have been ordered, but there have
been delays and increases in price
due to disturbed world conditions.

Brown Hard Back Control, It is
anticipated that Aldrin treatment
will also control this pest as well
as cane field wood ants, but proper
experiments will have to be car-
ried out. In the meantime, the
predator of brown hard back
grubs, mainly Pyrophorus lumino-
sus or cucubano, the large firefly



Mr. Raatgever who was British
Guiana’s delegate at the Regional
Economic Committee, is among
other things, Chairman of their
Tourist Committee and a member
ef the B.G, Rice Marketing Board

He said that Elementary
Teachers’ salaries will reach the
two million dollar mark next
year. He added that although
they had built many new schools
in British Guiana within recent
years, the question of providing
accommodation for children ‘is
posing a problem in view of the
expenditure involved. A Com-
mittee under the chairmanship
of Mr. J Nicol, Educational
Adviser to the Comptroller for
C.D. and W. is however consid-
ering the whole matier,

In order to provide work for
children leaving school, jit will
be necessary to start new indus.
tries and expand the existing
ones, With this end in view, Gov-
ernment has recéntly enacted an
Aids to Industry Ordinance, giy-
ing a tax holiday for a period of
yeaits and exemption from duty
on machinery and equipment.

Rice Talks

Mr. Raatgever said that a dele-
gation from the B.G. Rice Mar-
keting Board met representatives
of the contracting Governments
of the West Indian islands in
Trinidad recently to discuss the
price of rice for the next’ three
years. Several Governments had
accepted the recommendations of

their representatives, but thd
members of the Rice Producers’
Association felt that the prices

should be negotiated annually in-
stead of every three years. Their
view has been communicated to
the respective Governments who
are considering the matter,

If remunerative prices can be
obtained by the producers, it is
likely that, they will be encour-
aged to extend the production.
Jamaica has been asking for sup-
plies and it is hoped that British
Guiana will be able to ship them
some rice this year,

When he left home, planting of
the rice crop was in full swing,
and it is expected that there will
be a good crop if nothing unfore-
seen happens.

Mr. Raatgever said that just
before he came out to Barba-
dos, some American capitalists
were in British Guiana exam-
ining the possibilities of starting
a plywood industry and C.D.C.
were going ahead with their
plans for expanding the timber
industry, It is hoped that their
modern saw mill will be erected
sometime next year.

The question of producing
shingles by machinery for ship-
ment to the West Indian islands,
particularly Barbados, is being
investigated as this would pre-
Shingles supplied from British
vent imports from Canada.
Guiana last considerably longer,
he said, as they are made of
hardwood.

Bauxite Industry

He said that British Guiana is
one of the largest producers of
high grade bauxite ore. Their out-
put is increasing and the bauxite
company has plans for further
expansion, It is proposed to do a
certain amount of processing in
the near future.

As far as tourism is concerned,
he said that British Guiana lack-
ed proper hotel accommodation
and until they could get a modern
hotel, they could not expand the
tourist industry.

Asked his impressions of the
Regional Economic Conference,
he said that it was the Sixth
Conference he had attended - in
Barbados and thought it the most
important one. He was very pleas-
ed with the unity that obtained
tnroughout most of the proceea
ings. It augurs well for the fu
ture of the West Indies that the
various representatives could
come and speak with one voice,



beetle has been seen in increased
numbers this year in the higher
more heavily wooded areas and is
undoubtedly helping ‘to control
the brown hard back there. In the
lower black soil less wooled
areas, this predator is not to be
found and considerable numbers
of brown hard backs or “May
bettles” have appeared this year.

Metamasius or Cane Stem
Borer, Concurrently with the
recent inereased rainfall there has
been an increase in Metamasius
damage to ripe canes and ratoon
stumps. This pest can only be
controlled by leaving no cut or
broken pieces of canes in fields at
reaping time, in which material
this bettle can and does breed and
multiply.

Orchilla.



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WORKERS receiving pay envelopes from Mr. E. D.



Registration Will
End On Thursday

EGISTRATION of electors
will cease on Thursday. So
far in the City area the Assistant
Registration Officers have practi-
cally completed registration in 14
areas, Some have started to com-
pile lists to be submitted to the
Supervisor,

inese officers have also to com-
pile alphabetical preliminary lists.
These too are submitted to the
Supervisor. He makes a thorough
check before submitting them to
the higher authority.

A few people are still refusing
to register. They give many
reasons for not wanting to vote.
Some claim that it is because of
their religion while others are not
interested.

N THE MORNING of Sep-
tember 1, 1950, the Spanish
yawl Doramas sailed into Carlisle
Bay wita 130 people huddled to-
gether on board. They were
Canary Islanders and were bound
for Venezuela in search of work.

After a few days in Carlisle
Bay they sailed for Venezuela but
nothing more was heard locally of
the boat or men. Many people
wondered whether the remainder
of the trip was uneventful.

A letter was received at our
Editorial Office yesterday morning
from one of the passengers of the
Doramas. He is Manuel Reina and
the only person on the voyage
who spoke English,

Reina says that after leaving
Barbados they arrived at La
Guaira on September 15 but had
to go to the small island of
By January they got
over the red tape and were in
Venezuela. He is working with a
sugar factory and the others are
employed in various places.

He said that the batch of Canary
Islanders would never forget the
kindness that was extended to
them in Barbados,
re FISH are plentiful. On

Saturday 1,760 pounds of
flying fish were sold in the Pub-
lic Market'and many more pounds
along the streets and at corners.
Saturday was a busy day for the
market. Apart from flying fish,
1,410 pounds of dolphin, 210
pounds of bill fish and 520 pounds
of shark were sold. Late on Sat-
urday night fish were being sold
at three cents each. On Sunday
too, a fair amount of flying fish
was caught.

IX AND A HALF

first crop ripe canes were
burnt when a fire occurred at
Seniors Plantation, St. Joseph on
Saturday night. They are the
property of J. A. Haynes and were
insured.



ACRES of

NOTHER FIRE at Friendship |

Plantation, St. Andrew, burnt
three acres of second crop ripe
canes and one and a half acres of
first crop ratoons, They belong to
Messrs S. P. Musson and were
insured.

58 Animals
Come From Nevis

Twenty-three horses, 11 mules
and 24 donkeys arrived here from
Nevis yesterday by the 60-ton
schooner Excelsior Hodge. The
animals along with 86 bags of
copra are expected to be landed
today,

The Excelsior Hedge is here on
her first visit. She was going
around the West Indies for the
past 16 years trading with general
cargo. She is owned by Joseph
Hodge of Anguilla, ~

Captain Hunte told the Adwvo-
cate yesterday that the Excelsior
Hodge was rebuilt last year. She
was badly damaged ‘after running
aground when struck by a gale
oft Anguilla. She has an overall
length of 75 feet amd carries a



crew of 12. She is consigned to
the Schooner Owners’ Associa-
tion.

Once again in stock after a long absence

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Mottley, M.C.P.

90 Labourers Get
$10,000 Back Pay

TEN THOUSAND DOL

LARS in back pay were paid

out to the 90 casual and day labourers of the Scavenging

Department of St. Michael yesterday

Mr, E. D. Mottley,

Chairman of the Department, handed out the first pay

packet.

Ninety-two employees of the department were on the

list.

Two are dead, however, and so the money will be
paid to one of their relatives.

Other employees of the

department will get their back pay at a later date



Three Marislavghter
Charges Down For
Criminal Sessions

(From Our Own Correspondent)
ANTIGUA
With a comparatively small
calendar the May Criminal Ses-
sions of the Supreme Court oper-

ed on Wednesday, the _ trial
Judge being Mr. Justice Cools-
Lartigue.

The eight cases on the calendar
include 3 of Manslaughter re-
sulting from collisions or the
overturning of motor vehicles
and 2 of forgery, one being a
remanet from the January Ses-
sions.

A man by the name of Mon-
tague Jeffers was sentenced to 4
years with hard labour for bur-

glary and wounding.

Jeffers had a number of pre-
vious convictions and he con-
ducted his oWn defence. ’

In The Harbour:
Ships Load
Sugar for UK

Two ships called at Barbados
yesterday to load 4,850 tons of
Sugar for the U.K. and Canada.
_ The Harrison Liner Astronomer
is loading 1,000 tons of white Sugar
and 1,950 tons of refining sugar
for London. She is also taking 237
packages of tamarinds and a sup-
ply of high proof spirits.

The other ship, S.S. Canadian
Censtructor, is taking 1,900 tons
of sugar for St. John and Mon-
treal. She is also loading molasses
and rum for Canadian ports,

The two ships joined here the
Harrison Liner Explorer and the
Saguenay Terminals’ Sun Valley,
which are loading sugar for Eng-
land and Canada respectively.
Almost all the lighters in the
inner basin had to be used to
handle the shipping of the sugar,
Some were working on the Alcoa
Pioneer which was discharging
cargo,

Lighters could be seen all along



side the wharf receiving suga
from the platforms of lorrig
About 50 lorries were around the

wharf, some being unloaded ani
others waiting their chance to be
inloaded. Most of them wer
from St. Philip, St. Joseph and
St. George.

Launches assisted in taking the
ladé., iighters to the ships. One
taunch was seen with a procession
of seven lighters behind her. It
was sugar everywhere on the
waterfront,

The Explorer is
today.



MAIi, NOTICES

Mails for Dominica by° the
Eunicia will be closed at
Post Office as under:

Parcel, Registered and Ordinary Mails

ach. W
the Genera!

at 10 om. on the 2nd June, 195)
Mails for St, Lucia, Dominica, Berm\-!

da, St. John, N.B.; Halifax, Quebec

and Montreal by the M.V. Canadian

Constructor will be closed at the Ge:
eral Post Office as under:—
Porcel Mail at 1

pm., Registered
Mail a: 2.30 p.m., and Ordinary Mail
2 nom. on the 20th May, 1951



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your brassiere to its original snug fitting. We have spare parts for all
sizes and types of brassieres,

Each._._.20c.

SUSPENDERS

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expected to sail! @
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Some scavengers got much
as $117 while no one received le
an $18.90 ‘
Mr. Mottley told the cuieily
waiting crowd that he was glad
to have had the opporiunity to be
with them when they were re-+

ceiving their back pay.

No doubt, most of it would
have to be spent in paying the
debts they contracted during the
period they were waiting for it
he said. He was suggesting ta
them to put it to some good use,

and not to “lick it out.”
Confident
He said that he realised that

the cost of living had borne hard
upon them. He thought that they
had enough confidence in him
while he remained their Chair-
man to feel that he would do
everything good for them,

Mr. Mottley hoped that their
families would benefit from the
money and that they would spend
it to improve their standard of
living.

Granville

foster, Caretaker of

the department, said thanks to
Mr. Mottley and the St. Mi-
chael’s Vestry on behalf of the
seavengers whose faces gleamed
with appreciation. Miy,4 La) ae
Sharpe, Superintendent of the
department, distributed the pac-

kets

Appeal Judges
Reverse Decision

Their Honours Mr. G. L, Taylor
and Mr. J. W. B. Chenery, Judg
es of the Assistant Court of
Appeal yesterday reversed a de
cision of Mr. C. W Rudder,
Police Magistrate of District “B”
who imposed a fine of 15/
3/— costs on Artindel Broomes of

Laynes Road, St. Michael for not|

kéeping to his left while driving
the motor cay M—1817 on’ Max-
well Road on August 29.

Their Honours dismissed the
case without prejudice. Mr, D, H.
L. Ward appeared on behalf of
the defendant Broomes who
appealed against the decision, Sgt
Howard prosecuted for the Police

Broomes told the court that he}

was driving the motor car M-1817
on Maxwell Road on August 29
going in the direction of Bridge
town. He was driving the car at
about 15 to 20 miles and saw com-
ing to him in the opposite direc-
tion the motor car M-—-2022.
When he was about 30 feet from
the motor car he applied the
brakes but the car skidded and
an accident occurred.



success
gill
the
month, 355 yards

crew
a ring gill-net; it is

and!



$57,517 Repaid

To Fishery Officer

During April repayment or
loans reccived the Fishery
OMic an.ounted o $1,790.52
This amount brings the total re-
paid to date to $57,517.87. An
amount of $34.52 was also re
ceived in interest on loans mak-
ing a total of $738.40 collected |
in interest to date,

Loans issued to boat-owners
fcr the same _ period totalled
$2,243.80, making a grand total

of $104,226.72,

During the month a shipment
vf 1,100 yards of gill netting ar-
rived for sale to the fishing in-
dustry. This netting is 120 mesh

€s deep of 1-7/8th inches
stretched mesh and is sold at
70e per yard, It was imnorted

for introduction to the locaT fish
of the |

ing industry, as a result
obtained in experiment:
the Investigator with the
net. This netting arrived of
12th and by the end of the
had been sold

Experimental operations at se;
by the Investigator were cur
tailed during the month and the
were engaged in making uj
hoped the
this net will prove of additional
value to the gill-net in the cap
ture of flying fish.

Four fishing boats were 1»
during the month with the los
ef the life of one fisherman, One
wher boat drifted to St. Vincent
Two fishing boats that had pre
viously drifted to St Vineen
were recovered during th
month,

on

Earlier Decision
Remains In Force

Justices G L
J. W. is. Chenery in tne Court o
Appeal ordered tne decision o.
tonee Magistrate S. H. Nurse t
remain in force when the case o.
Colonel Michelin versus Lione
Walcott of Garden, St. James
c me before them yesterday.

when the case was called yes

ty whe defendant who ap-

Taylor anc

p.a ed against Mr, Nurse's deci
son of a fine of 15/- for indecen
i aguage on Garden Koad, Si
James and 40/- for resisting
~tiee Constables Hoyte anc

Greaves—did not appear in Court
Their Honours however ordere,
appeal costs of 5/8 lo be paid b;
the defendant

Nonpareil

@ From Page 4
ball, only missing a place in the
(xford team because of a pulle
muscle?

His successes on the athletic
track were just as easily attained
The hundred in evens and a re:
cord long jump which stood the
test of time for many years, Hi:
method of preparing for athletic
events would turn a moderi
coach’s hair grey. His record lon;
jump was made between puffs o
a “ ary Clay cigar washed down
no doubt, by copious draughts ©
‘Bamboo-shoot’, a potent cocktail
concoction—a tumbler filled with
equal parts of whisky and gin,

Everything came easily te
Charles, Cricket, Athletics anc
Soccer Blues did not prevent hin
from taking a brilliant First lh

later years he istinguished him
self in journalism and at the
League of Nations Assembly.

And what is his recipe?

Rhythmic control of the bod)
is the fundamental necessity fo
success in every gare, say
Charles

“If a man will consent to be
come an expert dancer first, al

these accomplishments shall be

added unto him.”

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Christ Church, James Francis Burton
(late retired Asst. Superintendent of
Prison at British Guiana). The funeral
leaves his late residence at 4.30 o'clock
this evening for Christ Church Parish
Church. Friends are invited



Eloise St.c rton (Widow), Estelle
A Clarke (Sister), 29.5.51—Im
THANKS

Se aness a’
BEST.We the undersigned beg through
this medium to thank all those who
sent wreaths and cards or otherwise
sympathised with us in our recent ~
reavement occasioned through the death
of my dear husband Frank Best.
Lilian Best (Wife), Julius Lane (Brother),
Isabella Clarke (Sister) and family.
(American Papers please copy)
29.5.51—1n
_—_——
TAYLOR—We the undersigned beg
through this medium to thank those
relatives and friends who attended or
sent us wreaths, letters, and cards, or
sympathised with us in our recent sad
bereavement.
Kenneth Taylor, Seymour, Ivy and Bruce
Brooks. 29.5.51—In

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BULBULIA—The relatives of the late
Yousuf M. Bulbulia (Cloth Merchant.
of Surti United Co.) gratefully acknow-
ledge with deepest appreciation the
various expressions of sympathy tend-
ered them and thank all those whe
attended the funeral and sent wreaths.



Zohra Begam (Widow!}, I. Bulbulia, M.
Bulbulia (brothers), A. Bulbulia
(Nephew). 2.5.51—I1n

SE
HAMBLIN—We the undersigned beg to
return thanks to the many friends and
sympathistrs, who sent us wreaths,
cards, and other tokens of sympathy
due to the death of our dear beloved
daughter and sister Marie Hamblin who
died May 20th 1951,
The Hamblin Family, Lloyd Inniss.
29.5.51—1n



GOCOOL—We beg through this medium
to return thanks to all those kind
friends who sent wreaths, letters of
condolence, or in any way expressed
their sympathy in our recent bereave-
ment caused the death of Jahn
Coccol.

Eva Gocool (Wife)

by

and family.
29.5.51—1n
YFARWOOD—In loving memon; of our
dear one Henry Allan Yearwood, who
passed to the great beyond on May
29th 1948.
Your task is o’er;
asleep,
Your loving hands can do no more,
For those you loved you did your
best;
May Gog grant you eternal rest.
Ever to be rémembered by Mrs. Carlotta

Yearwood (Wife), Mrs. Marguerite
O’neale (only daughter) and = grand-
children. 29.5.51—1n

SPRINGER—in loving memory of my
dear father Joseph Bishop Springer who
fell asleep May 28th 1950,

One year has passed since he fell





asleep,
Yet memories linger and cause us
tears;
Now we're broken-hearted and
depressed
We thrive on consolation, he is at
rest.
Beatrice Springer (daughter), Rawle,
Narma, Eriskine (Grand Children). .
5.51—1n
HEADLEY--In loving memory of our
dearly beloved grandmother Martha

Headley who departed this life on 29th
May, 1945.
Not dead to those who loved her
Not lost but gone before
Ivy (Daughter), Godfrey, Anita, Lenord,
Cammie, Cora, Vie (Grand Children).
29.5.51—1n
—_——[$?$_
INNISS—iIn loving memory-of my dear
husband James Inniss who died on 29th

May 1949.
May you with Christ His bliss
partake.
Though sundered now in death you
lie,

For in my heart I think of you
Not just today but each day through.
Madelene Inniss and far-ihy.
29.5.51—-1n



LOST & FOUND



LOST

SWEEPSTAKE TICKET BOOK—Series



I. 6490—5499 and _ receipt. Finder
please return same to Miss Daphne |
Mings) Richmond's Gap, St, Michael.

O05 51—10 | |



—<—<$$

~ GOVERNMENT NOTICE

Dental Surgeon—Mental
Hospital

APPLICATIONS are invited for
the (non-pensionable) post of
DENTAL SURGEON to the Mental
Hospital.

The Dental Surgeon is required
to visit the Hospital at least once
a week and to be responsible for
extracting, filling, scaling and
cleaning patients’ teeth. Instru-
ments, drugs and materials are
supplied by the Mental Hospital.

Applicants must state fees re-
quired for :—

(1) Extractions
(2) Filling (simple)
(3) Scaling and Cleaning.



Applications must reach the
Colonial Secretary’s Office not
later than June 5th, 1951.

29.5.51.-~2n.

ADVERTISE IT PAYS





BUILDINGS FOR SALE



OFFERS ARE INVITED

FOR

OR ANY

OF

THE VALUABLE

FREEHOLD BUILDINGS
OCCUPYING

THE WHOLE OF ONE SIDE
OF

THE MARKET SQUARE
IN

ST. GEORGE, GRENADA.

FOR DETAILS Apply to:-

P.O. Box 6, St. George,
GRENADA.

island wide Wage
represents a splen-
any “GO-AHEAD

ALL

In view of the
Increase, the above
cid opportunity to
busin@ssman

CASS?

¢
PPP PoP a a ee ae SOF | )

tery. Fitted with “Pye” Shortwave Radio.
Cash or terms arranged. Dial 3684 or 4881
27.5.51—t.f.n,

a loan of £.5,000 under the provisions of

= orem: ae pg the said Plantation.

nm respec the icultural ye;

to 100d Agr su year 1951
o money has been borrowed under

the Agricultural Aids Act, 1905, or ine



CAR—One 1947 Frazer, mileage 20,000
Contact H. Manning, Westmoreiand, St.









James 29.5.51—6n. wy

CAR--11 Bantom Austin 7 in good spunea, Ieee an ae One.

working order Four new tyres and r A. P. CO

new tubes Dial—3402 D. Browne Holly- 2 A x.

wood, Whitepark 29.5.51—3n. Sank

a .5.51—3n

CARS—1950 = Morris Minor Saloon n

9,000 miles 1945 Wolseley 14 Saloor THE SUGAR INDUSTRY AGRICUL-

TURAL BANK ACT, 1948
To the creditors holding specialty liens
against REDLANDS Plantation,

20,000 miles Ford V8 1935 Tourer.
Fort Royal Garage Telephope—4504



29.5.51—4n.
ier intiaiihean ileal we St. George
CAR—1948. Hillman Minx in gooa| ,,T4K® NOTICE that J, Attorney, of

the above Plantation am about to obtain
a loan of £10,000 under the provisions
of the above Act against the said Pianta-

tion, in respect of th
1951 to e Agricultural year

condition. Dial—5-267.
29.5.51.—4n.



CAR—Chevrolet—30,000 miles,



Excellent |













condition. At Golden Ridge, St. George.
Phone #6--3h6. 8 28:5.51 an | No money has been borrowed under
eet ee me ae the Agricultural Aids Act, 1905, or the
VANS—New Morris Cowley and Ty, above Act in respect of such year
J 10 cwt Vans. Last chance at old| =*téd this 25th day of May, 1951.
prices: Morris 6 Saloon and Two Door| 1°~ stees, Estate of E. T. COX,
Minor Saloons all on hand for iminea- per A. P. COX,
jate delivery. Attorney.
Fort Royal oanee Ltd. 26.5.51—3n
Telephone—4504 29.5.51—4n
THE wee INDUSTRY AGRICUL-
‘RAL BANK ACT, 1943
ELECTRICAL TO THE CREDITORS’ HOLDING
SPECIALTY LIENS AGAINST Grigg
REFRIGERATOR—One U.S. 7 cubic] Farm PLANTATION, St. Andrew
foot Frigidaire Refrigerator. Apply: TAKE NOTICE that we the Trustees
of the above Plantation are about to
obtain a loan of £3,000 under the pro-
17.5,.51—t.f.n | visions of the above Act against the
_ ———_——— | said Plantation, in respect of ihe
HEATING PADS with 3 Heats have] Agricultural year 1951 10 1952
just arrived. John. F. Hutson Ltd No money has been borrowed under
29.5.51—2n | the Agricultural Aids Act, 1905, or the
ip cites Neeamat needled siti caniesnnnpeatamgide: above Act (as the case may be) in
PREMIER TOASTERS— just received respect of such year
John F. Hutson Ltd 29.5.51—2n Dated this 29th. day of May 195i

L. C. M. ARCHER,
et al Executor and Trustees:
B, H. V. OUTRAM.

- Just received.
29.5.51—2n

PREMIER KETTLES

John F. Hutson Ltd



Attorney, 5.51—3n
.
IV. BARBADOS CHORAL SOCIETY
L ESTOCK Members are notified that all practices
TWO WELL-BRED COW Ss ane to calve | #T¢ eancelled until further notice
2 51-
28th May, gave 30 and 28 pints respec- |. aie 29.5 =?
tively with last calves. Dial 4803 a iA
Clarendon Dairy Farm, Black Rock. NOTICE

26.5.51--3n RESULTS OF THE PRIZE DRAWING







a | of the St. Luke's Old Boys’ Association
HORSE—Riding Horse, One half-bred Ist Prize A 258
bay gelding by “‘Battle Front’. Can be 2nd Cc 448
seen at Allaynedale Plantation, St. Peter. 6. Cc 192
26.5.51—-3n. 4th A 339
5th Cc 172
6th ¢s A 159
MECHANICAL oh; A 189
GRASS CUTTERS — Massey-Harris 5 i a one
and 6 ft, immediate deliveries. thes loth ‘ B 478
Solicited Courtesy Garage. sear ae Lucky holders of these numbers are
ake ;| asked to call at St. Luke’s Boys’ School
any week-day 9 a.m, to 3 p.m, for their

POULTRY

COCKRELS: A_ few White Leghorm
Imported. Dial 2704

prizes
DARNLEY DaCOSTA VAUGHAN,
Secretary
JONES, |

Ccckrels. HARRINGTON H





Harold Weatherhead c/o Weatherhead's
Drug Store. Phone 2164-3144.

27.5,51—2n |] 29.5.51—I1n President
PULLETS; 100 American Barred Rock
Sex Pullets (five wecks old) Bred for LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Elise Harris of |
Church Village, St. Philip for permission
to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c. at a
board and galvanize shop attached to res-
idence at Church Village, St. Philip

Dated this 25th day of May 1951

special meat and egg production Apply
Harold Ward, Grazette’s Road, St.
Michael. 29.5.51—2n

MISCELLANEOUS









To: A W. HARPER, Esq
ANTIQUES — Of every description.} Ag. Police Magistrate,
Glass, China, old Jewels, fine Silver Dstrict “C”
Water-colours. Early books, Maps, ELISE HARRIS,

Autographs ete., at Gorringes Antique

Applicant
Shop, adjoining Royal Yacht Club.

N.B.—This application will be consid-



3.9.50—t.f.n. | ored at a Licensing Cort to be held at
Pape lice Court, [istrict “C’ on Friday the
BARGAIN—Ladies Brown Fur Coat on "Gue ot dune 1951 at 11 o'clock_a.m
Modern and as good as new Half orig- m A. W. HARPER,
inal cost Phone—2405. 29.5.51—8n Ag. Police Magistrate

eer ea ae: aca tlhe “ony
GALVANISED SHEETS—Best quality Distret ic".
new sheets, Cheapest in the Island!
6 ft $5.04; 7 ft $5.88; 8 ft $6.72; 9 ft $7. 56;
10 ft $8.40, Nett cash. Better hurry!

co., LTD.
Bis EDS Ty 4,5.51—t.f.n.



LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Cleopatra Springer
of Round-the-Town, St, Peter the pur-
chaser of Liquor License No, 304 of



LIPTON’S TEA: Fresh shipment of this] 1951 granted to in respect of a board
particularly popular Tea is now in the| and shingled Shop with everite roof
hands of ;/our grocer. Prices unchs vnged. | and shed attached at Round-the-Town,
John F. Hutson, Ltd —Agents St. Peter io remove said License to a

an 29,5.51—-2n] board and shingle Shop with everite
ooo roof and shed attached at Goddings







Alley, Speightstown, St. Peter and to

FOOLS, POTTERY- anae SeOe YC ae use said License at such last described

wall plaques in flying ducks, blue birds,





etc.,, also ornaments, cigarette premises :
Sones fain alshen. putter dishes, ashtrays Dated this Sad ay ot eae
etc. Louis L, Bayley, BONee rr gs Agt: tor. SPRINGER
arent eran - : Applicant.
— Y H. NURSE Esq.
WALLABA POSTS-—Sizes 8, 10, 12, | To:—SYDNE Dit E.”

Police Magistrate,
N.B—This application will be con-
sidered at a Licensing Court to be
held on Wednesday, 6th. day of June,



AOR G. Mayhew. Dial 4334 or 2582.

ae RO a semen 5.51—4n
=
ARRIVED!
SOLD!



a —— SS 1951 at il o'clock a.m. at Police Court,
oR
et SYDNEY H. NURSE
Police Magistrate,
Dist. “E” —St. Peter 29.5 ees

~ ORIENTAL

SOUVENIRS, CURIOS,
JEWELS

New Shipment of Gas
Cookers arrived, all

sold before arrival.

See them at Gas Showroom

before delivery . . and New Shipment opened
ge Book your order TO-DAY HI
for next shipment. ieee sss RE S ney







FLASH NEV
TO HAND THIS WEEK-

CANADIAN ELECTRIC IRONS & TOASTERS
THE CENTRAL EMPORIUM

Corner of Broad & Tudor Streets

en ee News:



poo GSS ISS.
erent nee ey

NOTICE

WE WISH TO ADVISE OUR
CUSTOMERS
THAT OUR

PARTS DEPARTMENT
WILL BE CLOSED FROM FRIDAY,
Ist JUNE TO MONDAY 4th JUNE
1951, BOTH DAYS INCLUSIVE, ;
;





ODA DG ALPE

PP GGSFRS



tanee nnnnnnen tne
DOR: ROS

FOR OUR
ANNUAL STOCK-TAKING



POS

LTD.

BOWDING ESTATES & TRADING (0., |
ECKSTEIN BROTHERS

nee eee,

3
%
a BAY STREET “$s DIAL 4269 :
ne 3









BARBADOS ADVOCATE



FOR RENT

Minimum
cents

charge
Sundays

week
24 wor
word week—4

2 cents
— over 4
cents a

| 6

words 3 cents a
| word on Sundays.
i
|
|
|











AIRY COT~—Government
| Dining and Breakfast
Bedrooms,
195)

Hill, Living,
Rooms; Three
Water and Electric; from ist
Phone Geo. A. Gill 3369 or
26.5.51—3n.

| June
4170





St Lawrence ‘Gap
Vacant, June the Ist
29.5.51—2n.

ULLSDALE,
Sitting, and
(3 with run-
2 Toilets, Kitchen,



BOULOGNE —
Fully furnished
Dial 8459



| ULLSDALE- From ‘August.
| Pine Road Drawing,
j Wining room, 4 Bedrooms,
ning water) Bath,
Kitchenette with Gas
fittings, Garage
|B, B. Smith

stove, Electric
Phone—3746.
29.5.5i—In.

WANTED





Minimum charge week 72 cents and

86 cents Sundays 24 words — over 24





The pudlic are hereby warned against
| Kiving credit to my wife ALMA OLETHA |
ROCK {nee Springer) as I do not !
myself responsible for her or anyo
} else contracting any debt debts in
| my name unless by a written order signed
| by me

| W. N. ROCK

| Hindsbury Road,

5. 5.51—2n

St. Michael
The public are hereby warned against
siving credit to any person or persons
whomsoever in my name as I do not hold
myself responsible for anyone contract-
ing ary debt or debts in my name unless
by a written order signed by me
LINCOLN ,BYNOE,
Scarborough Land,
Christ Church









29.5.51—2n







The public are hereby warned against
giving credit to my wife CAMPBELL
DUKE (nee Sargeant) as I do not hold
myself responsible for her or anyone else
contracting any debt or debts in my name
Uniess by a written order signed by me





words 3 cents @ word’ week—4 cents al. EDGAR DUKE,
word on Sundays. Garden Land,
St. Michael
HELP 2?.5.51—2n
E> P ERIENCED SERV ae The public are hereby warned against
| Smal Modern House Ten i ene giving credit to wy wife IANTHE JONES

Apply before 10 in the morning or after

3. in the afternoon, to Mrs. Scaife, La

Garoupe, Cane Hill, St. Michael
29.5.51—1n

GENERAL SERVANT—Apply between
midday and 2 p.m. Mrs, J Connell, ?hdne
Hill 29.5.51—4n

MISCELLANEOUS __

WANTED TO RENT.
TWO BEDROOM furnished apartment.
Near town. Reasonable rental. Write

5307 oe AS au. 2, Montreal,
Quebec.





SHARES: 500 Ordinary Shares in the
Barbados Co-operative Bank around $1.50
Write ”.0O. Box 266 rr Phone 4796

29.5. 51—2n



NOTICE

Re Estate of
WHILLEMINA AUGUSTA BUSHELL

(Deceased)

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all
persons having any debt or claims
against the Estate of Whillemina A.
Bushell deceased, late of Thorpe Cottage,
St. George in the parish of St. George
in this Island who died in Barbados
on the 13th day of December 1950, are
requested to send in particulars of ‘their
claims duty attested to the undersigned
Gertrude Connell of Garden Land,
Country Road, St. Michael, on or before
the 28th day of July, 1951 after which
date I shall proceed to distribute the
assets of the deceased among the parties
entitled thereto, having regard only to
such claims of which I shall then have
had notice and I will not be liable for
the assets or any part thereof so dis-
tributed to any person of whose debt
or claim I shall not then have had
notice,

And al persons indebted to the said
estate are requested to settle their in-
debtedness without delay.

Dated this Ist day of May, 1951.

GERTRUDE ISABELLA CONNELL
Qualified executrix of the Estate of
Whillemina Augusta Bushell, {oeeren:
§,51—4n,







HARRISON COLLEGE AND
QUEEN’S COLLEGE

Removal of Office of
Secretary-Treasurer



As from the Ist of June, 1951,
the office of the Secretary-
Treasurer to the Governing Bodies
of Harrison College and Queen's

College will be situated at Har-| persor shall in the meantime give notice |
rison College (in the building] in duplicate to me at my ps of

ee eles * ae alike . | Pposition of such registration, The trade
adjoining the Headmaster’s resi kK can be seen on application at my
dence), office

Fees for pupils of either schooi
will be received as follows:—

AT HARRISON COLLEGE:

on Mondays, Tuesdays and

Wednesdays 9,00 a.m.—12 noon

Fridays 9.00 a.m,—12 noon

Saturdays 9.00 a.m.—10.00 a.m,
AT QUEEN'S COLLEGE:

on Thursdays 9.00 a.m.—12 noon

All cheques for fees in respect
of pupils of these schools must be
drawn in favour of the “Treasurer,
Governing Body, Harrison Col-
lege/Queen’s College.”

29,5.51—2n.



We buy

USED & MINT STAMPS

the Caribbean Stamp
Sesctye No. 10, Swan Street.
26.5.51,—3n,





CUT THis OWT

POST OFFICE NOTICE |

SURFACE POSTAGE RATES



Class
of correspondence



LETTERS
Not exceeding 1 oz.

each additional oz. or part
POSTCARDS

PRINTED PAPERS & BOOKS

(except newspapers)
Not exceeding 4 ozs.
each additional 4 ozs.

(each) oe a

or part
Not exceeding 2 ozs. we ’
each additional 2 ozs. or part
NEWSPAPERS

Not exceeding 6 ozs.

each additional 6 ozs. or. part

Not exceeding 2 ozs. iJ
each additional 2 ozs. or part

COMMERCIAL PAPERS

Not exceeding 4 ozs. : ae
each additional 4 ozs. or part ve

Minimum charge (for 12 ozs.)

each additiona
SAMPLES OF MERCHANDISE

Not exceeding 4 ozs. an ae
each additional 4 ozs. or part ..
Not exceeding 2 ozs. Tv «

each additional 2 ozs. or part ..

LITERATURE FOR THE BLIND
For every 2 lbs. or part .. 7

SMALL PACKETS
Minimum charge (for 10 ozs.) .«

each additional 2 ozs, or part .,

INSURED BOXES

Minimum charge (for 10 ozs.) ..

each additional 2 ozs. or part .

|
e

2 ozs. or part ..

{nee Waldron) as I do not hold myself
responsible for her or anyone else con-
tracting any debt or debts in my naine
unless by a written order signed by me
DaCOSTA JONES, (Shopkeeper).
Vauxhall,

Christ Church

29. 5.51—2n





The attention of the Public is directed {
to a NOTICE appearing in the Advocate |
newspaper of Saturday the 23rd day of
September 1944, warning against giving
credit to anyone except those having an
order signed by me. This notice was never
rescinded and still hoids

RAL! BELLE, —



20.5,51—2n

"TAKE NOTICE
COLLEEN

That SOAP & EDIBLE PRODUCTS
LIMITED, a company incorporated under
the laws of the Island of Jamaica, Manu
facturers, whose trade or business address
is Producer Road, West End, Kingston,
Jamaica, British West Indies, has applied
for the registration of a trade mark in
Part “A” of Register in respect of com-
mon soap detergents and all preparations
for laundry purposes and also in respect
of perfumery, including toilet articles,
preparations for the teeth and hair and
perfumed soap, and will be entitled to
register the same after one month from
the 29th day of May, 1951, unless some
person shall in the meantime give notice
m duplicate to me at my” office of
opposition of such registration, The trade
mark can be seen on application at my
office.

Dated this 25th day of May,
HH. WILLIAâ„¢
Registrar of Trade Mark

29.551



“an



=
:

TAKE NOTICE
CORONET

That SOAP & EDIBLE PRODUCTS
LIMITED, a company incorporated under
the laws of the Island of Jamaica, Manu-
facturers, whose trade or business address
is Producer Road, West End, Kingston,
Jamaica, British West Indies, has applied
for the registration of a trade mark in
Part “A” of Register in respect of com-
mon soap detergents and all preparations
for laundry purposes and also in respect
of perfumery, including toilet articles,
preparations for the teeth and hair and
perfumed soap, and will be entitled to;
register the same after one month from
the 29th day of May, 1951, unless some






Dated this 25th day of May, 1951
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Merks |
ena 5.51—3n

TAKE NOTICE
CAMEO

That SOAP & EDIBLE PRODUCTS
LIMITED, a company incorporated under
the laws of the Island of Jamaica, Manu-
facturers, whose trade or business address
is Producer Road, West End, Kingston,
Jamaica, British West Indies, has applied
for the registration of a trade mark in
Part “A” of Register in respect of com
mon soap detergents and all preparations
for Jaundry purposes ani also in respect
of perfumery, including toilet artic
preparations for the teeth and hair and
perfumed soap, and will be entitled .to
register the same after one month from
the 29th day of May, 1951, unless some
person shall in the meantime give notice



in duplicate to me at m office of
opposition of such registration, The trade
mark can be seen on application at my
office,
Dated this 25th day of May, 195)
H, WILLIAMS,
29.5.51—-3n







erect mene

PERSONAL |

and |





PUBLIC: SALES









Ten cents per agate line on 1
and 12 cents per line on Su aay
minimum charge 0 on wee day Ws
and $1.80 on Sundays,
———$—$— $$ |
REAL ESTATE i
PENRITH situate at the *orner of
llth Avenue and Belmont toad, St
Michael, standing on 11.240 square feet

of land. The house is bullt of stone and
contains drawing, dining, breakfast
rooms and kitchen downstairs, three
bedrooms, toilet and bath upstairs.
Usual modern conveniences. Garage

and servants rooms in yard,

Inspection every day (except Sundays)
between 4 and 6 p.m. or by appointment
Dial 3965.

The above will be set up for sale at
Public Competition at
Lucas Street, Bridgetown,
Ist June 1951, at 3 p.m.

CARRINGTON & SEALY,
Solicitors.
. 19.5.51—9n.
—

LAND—3'4
ated in
Hall Corner, near 3
$1,000. Apply H

our office in
on Friday, the

Large spots of land situ-
Tudor Bridge Gap, near Eagie
Bus lines. Price
Stuart on Premises

29.5.51—In



—u—_ _—_
PRIVATE INVESTOR can invest up to
three thousand pounds. Must be weil
secured. Personal Loans not desired
Write Box No. X.Â¥.Z. C/o. Advocate Co
29.5.51—I1n





TAKE NOTICE
DREAM

That SOAP
LIMITED, a company incorporated under
the laws of the Island of Jamaica, Manu-
facturers, whose trade or business address
is Producer Road, West End, Kingston.
Jamaica, British West Indies, has applied
for the registration of a trade mark in
Part “A” of Register in respect of com
mon soap detergents and all preparations
for laundry purposes and also in reapect
of perfumery, including tollet articles
preparations for the teeth and hair and
perfumed soap, and* will be entitled to
register the same after one month from
the 29th day of May, 1951, unless some
person shall in the meantime give notice
in duplicate te me at my offce of
opposition of such registration. The trade

mark can be seen on application at my
cffice.
Dated this 25th day of May, 1951

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
29.5. 51-—3n

TAKE NOTICE
DAWN

That SOAP & EDIBLE PRODUCTS !
LIMITED, a company incorporated under
the laws of the Island of Jamaica, Manu
facturers, whose trade or business addres
is Producer Road, West Bnd, Kingston
Jamaica, British West Indies, has applied
for the registration of a trade mark in
Part “A” of Register in respect of com-
mon soap detergents and all preparation:
for laundry purposes god also in respect
of perfumery, including toilet articles,
preparations for the teeth and hair and
perfumed soap, and will be entitled t
register the same after one month ftor





the 29th day of May, 1951, unless some
person shall in the meantime give notice
in duplicate to me at my officer o
cpposition of such registration, The trad
mark can be seen on application at m
office
Dated this 25th day of May, 1951
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks

29.5. 51-—21

TAKE NOTICE
HYGEA

That SOAP & EDIBLE PRODUCTS
LIMITED, a company incorporated under
the laws of the Island of Jamaica, Manu
facturers, whose trade or business addres
is Producer Road, West End, Kingston
Jarmat British West Indies, has applied
for the registration of o trade mark in
Part "A" of Register in respect of com
mon soap detergents and all preparation:
for laundry purposes and also in respe:!
of perfumery, ineluding toilet articles
preparations for the teeth and hair an
perfumed soap, and will be entitled t
register the same after one montt from
the 29th day of May, 1951, unless some
person shall in the meantime give, notices
in duplicate to me at my oflce ¢
oppesition of such registration, The tride
mark can be seen on application at my
office,

Dated this 26th





day of May, 1951,

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks
29.5. Slr

TO-DAY'S NEWS FLASH

Book of the West
Countries of the
Caribbean including the Bermu-
das, the Bahamas and tne
Guianas “$18.00

F.A.B.: :—The Great Enemy of







The Year
Indies and

Dirt. A spotless cleans-
er of Clothes, Dishes, Painted
Articles and anything that looks
Dirty or is Dirty

JOHNSON’S STATIONERY
& HARDWARE



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EFFECTIVE IST JUNE, 1951 |
. : |
N.B. No Revision of Inland or Empire Rates
Inland Empire Foreign Remarks
Cents Cents Cents ahs i
3 : ; § Maximum weight 4 lbs.
1 Max. size 6” x 4”
Con a . { Min. ,, 4” x 3”
|
2 _ i | Maximum weight—
i wad a | Inland 5 Ibs.
+ Empire 7,
~« 2 3 Foreign or
~éi 1 1
\ }
2 _ -~ | Maximum weight: |
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE



BARBADOS BEAT J rT JAMAI CA 5—2

Johnson Scores

Two

Goals

BARBADOS easily won the final football Test from
Jamaica yesterday at Kensington Oval by beating them
5—-2. Another large crowd saw Desmond Johnson score
two goals, Keith Walcott, “Brickie” Lucas and R. Hutchin-
son kicked in one goa! each to give Barbados a convincing
victory over Jamaica.



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CLYDE WALCOTT.
WalcottScores
First Century
Gels 82 And 101

Clyde Walcott Reports on
Lancashire League Games

Before a crowd of 6,000, En-
field played Accrington on Whit-
Monday and Tuesday. The En-
field “gate” of £284 was only
£10 short of the 1921 record for
the “* Whit-Monday game. The
home team won the toss and sent
Acerington to bat on a_ wicket
which was not helpful to bowl-
ers. They got away to a solid
start,» the first wicket falling at
86 and the batsmen were always
on the go for runs. They declared
at 4.40 with the score at 184 for
7 wickets giving Enfield a sport-
ing chance to get the runs.

Clyde Walcott captured 3 wic-
kets for 47 runs in 15 overs.

At the close of play, Enfield
had. scored 140 for 7 wickets.

F. Hutchinson playing at right
half-back for the colony kicked
into his goal to give Jamaica their
first goal. The other goal was
scored by the Jamaica captain
Miller.

Barbados got their first two
goals in the first half. The game
was thrilling from beginning to
end but in the latter part of the
second half, Jamaica with two men
om the field gave very little
resistance to the pressing Bar-
bados forwards.

The game started with Barbados
defending from thé north end of
the field. Drayton playing at
right wing for the Island received
a long low pass just after the
kick off from Johnson but Excei
tackleq and cleared.

McLean on the right wing
shortly after, ran down on re-
ceiving a pass from Miller but he
had no chance to centre as Grant
rushed in to him, Jamaica now
was definitely looking for a goal
cnd_ their first one came when
F. Hutchinson at right half back,
kickéd into his goal. Cozier made
®n effort to get to the ball but he
was. _too late. Shortly after
R. StC. Hutchinson at left wing
equalised for the island.

The score now was Barbados
one and Jamaica one, With the
score even, both sides were seen
pressing eech other for all they
wero worth in an effort to put
in the odd goal. Walcott missed
a chance when he miskicked the
ball after Drayton had centred
nicely across from the right wing.

About five minutes before the
end of the first half Referee Harris
awardéd a penalty kick to Bar-
bados when Bayliss fouled
R. Hutchinson in his area. Wal-
eott took this kick and made no
mistake in kicking it into the
goal. Cooper moved but in the
wrong direction. At half time
the score was unchanged with
Barbados two and Jamaica one.

On resumption gamaica quickly
got on the offensive and Cozier
was tested twice but every time
saved. However after a melee
in the area Jamaica got their
second goal when Miller kicked
te ball into the nets.

GETS TROPHY

VAMOOSE, which sailed undefeated in the Tornado Association
regattas, won the Tornado Trophy.

International Helmsman‘
Loves Tornadoes

VAMOOSE WINS TROPHY

(By Our Yachting Correspondent)

THE TORNADO TROPHY goes to Vamoose.
Sixth and final regatta of the series, which was sailed in
Carlisle Bay on Sunday morning,
Vamoose, skippered by her owner

defeated in this series,



was won by Vamoose.

third, 21 seconds after Cyclone.
Next was Edril which had a lead
of 20 seconds on Breakaway,
Swansea completed the round 42
seconds later but soon afterwards
dropped out. Thunder was many
minutes behind Swansea and John
Bladon also decided to drop out
of the race when he was mid-
way between the Bay Street and
Club marks.
Vamoose increased her lead and
the end of the second lap she
was now 35 seconds ahead of Cy-
clone which was still’ second.
Zephyr, which took the northern
use instead of the southern, as
the other boats were doing, was
overtaken by Edril and Break-
eway. .Edril completed this lap
turd, 30 seconds behind Cyclone,
th Breakaway fourth, 27 sec-
oods later. Zephyr was last and
n afterwards dropped out.

{t was a good bit of sailing by
Iven Perkins that caused him to

entually finish second. He cut
olf Cyclone just before they
rounded the cay Street mark.
Vamoose won by a wide margin,
one minute and 38 seconds anead
of Edril which defeated Cyclone
by only 12 seconds. Breakaway
was fourth, three minutes and
eight seconds behind Cyclone.

A look at the R.B.Y.C. averages
up to the end of the Eleventh
Regatta has revealed some inter-
esting facts. In the “B” Class it
is going to be a tough fight be-
tween War Cloud and Rascal.
They are both 65.94 per cent.
Whichever beats the other in the
final regatta on Saturday will get
the Cup.

Another good battle will be
in the “C”, Centreboard and Tor-
nado Class between Colin Bel-
lamy’s Magwin and Vamoose.
Magwin is at present leading. Her
percentage is 68.10 while
Vamoose’s is 67.35.

in the “D» Class Buccaneer,
Olive Blossom and Rainbow are
close to each other, Olive Blos-
som, by winning last Saturday, is
“ ding with 65.388 per cent. She

ould thank the stars. that
Suaibiede met with an accident
and hag to drop out of the race.
Buecaneer is second with 64.71
and Rainbow third with 64.29
per cent.

Coronetta has a good lead in the
Intermediate atid will most likely
win this trophy. Her percentage
is 64.21.

The averages to the end of the
Eleventh Regatta are as follows:

“B” Class; Gipsy 60%, War
Cloud 65.94%, Mischief sa"
Flirt 61.54%, Moyra Blair 53.77%
Rascal 65.94%, Okapi 49.46%
Ranger 59.78% and Fantasy 47%.



Beats King’s Horse

TUESDAY, MAY 29, 1951













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THE BARBADOS Tr ; Schooner Gardenia W., 48 t
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S.S. Astronomer, 4,524 tons r

ASSO CLREEE Whitehouse, from St. Vincent ‘

following aré the remainin y 2 S. z S.S. Canadian Constructor, 3,936 tons
fixtures of the above Atsectation: als ear eee po "aie ay net, Capt. Wallace, from Trinidad
Wednesday, May 0th — Rangers Cyril E. Smith, Sch. D‘Ortac, Sch Schooner Exceisior Hodge, 60 tons
vs. Westerners “A” (Re-Play). Philip H. Davidson, Sch, Laudalpha, net, Capt. Hunte, from St. Kitts.
Referee: Mr. O. Graham. M.V. Blue Star, Sch. Everdene, Sch r
Thursday, May sist — Harkliffe Mary M. Lewis, Sch, Enterprise S., DEPARTURES

ya. _Ponreée. Referre: Mr. Sch. W. L. Eunicia, Sch. Belqueen, :
Robert Parris. M.V. Lady Joy, Sch. Lindsyd II, Sch Schooner Laudalpha, 60 tons net, Capt
Friday, June tt — Harkliffe Unite® Pilgrim S., Sch, Rainbow M., Gumbs, for St. Lucia a
vs. Westerners “A”. Referee: Sch Florence Emanuel, §.S Sun M.V. Caracas, 235 tons net, Capt
Mr. J. Archer. Valley Velasquez for Trinidad ;
Saturday, June tnd — Westerners M.V. Blue Star, 130 tons net, Capt
“A” vs. Westerners “B". Referee ARRIVALS Fergusson, for Trinidad.

Mr. R. Parris. &.S. Alcoa Pioneer, 4,015 tons net, 8S. Lady Nelson, 4,655 tons net.
Sunday, Ju: ard — Rangers vs. Capt. Devine, from St. Lucia Capt. Roach, for St. Vincent



Maple. Referee: Mr, J. Archer.
Monday, June 4th — Rangers vs.
Westerners “A. Referee: Mr,

0. Graham.

N.B.—All above matches will be
Played at St. Leonard's
Grounds, Richmond's.

The Jamaica—Barbados Football
tour ends this afternoon with a
fixture against Spartan, this
son's First Division ‘champions.
Spartan, by their victory in the
First Division this seasen, have
scored their third consecutive win
in_ this Division.

His Excellency the Governor
Will attend and present the tro-
Phies to the 1951 champions in
the First, Second and Third
Division Competition. These are
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Winston Churchill’s horse de-
feated the King’s Saturday for the
second time within two, weeks.

The war-time Prime Minister's
French-bred Colonist II captured
the Ceésarewitch Handicap at
New Market with Above Board
belonging to the King getting
» home third.

Another French challenger Pan
II was second.—(CP)

I met a most interesting charac- ¢ > ‘ a : %
Clyde Walcott broke his spell of ; e R " g charac- elene got the jump on the others, ‘C” Class: Missbehave 44.90%,
‘“@uoks” scoring 82. He went to About three minutes after ter on Sunday morning. He is They were well bunched together Scamp 61.21%, Rogue 61.46%, “p?

Jamaica got their second goal, Willis Boy f : ales Class; Buccaneer 64.71%,
ket with the score at 5 xt , is Boyd of Los Angeles, iway bet he , a : 9g 50% ;
pa ettket and was off the 7ohnson on réceiving a long pass California, midway between the buoy and the Peggy Nan 28.30%, Folly Sinbad 60%, Imp 54.67%, Seabird

When a man cancels western mark but soon after 60.34%, Magwin 68. 10%,
mark with an on-drive for four. oane weet: “a was oS his plane passage just for a sail Yamoose pulled away and went aeikhen Pe 30,% Comet 48.11%, S08, Sere Serene Obese
He was applauded by his team ET ik sitiee ee eng €d in a Tornado he must be interest- into the lead. Around the aril 38.79% and Vamoose 67.35%. §4 99 eee |
mates when he got off the mark, ®"d scored the third goal for Bar- jing. Mr. Boyd sailed in Break- ee 29%.

- western mark she was about six itermediate: nat 56.84% In-
Waleott “farmed” the bowling bados. Two minutes after John- away with George Hoad, seconds ahead of Chis. pig er





Crepe
Satin

The resuits of Sunday’s Tor-

; i ; ; J , %, Coronetta 64.21%. a ‘ 4
after. Enfield had i 3 Wickets satu atin Gaia hae boat He is a member of the Los She kept the lead and was first por a8. “Mohawk 52.63%. ae tare eg ey to Place
and was caught at deep square â„¢ . only Cooper to beat Angeles Yacht Club and the Blue 4, nga Ea en ena ca oie , 8.95%, a). Wen, tat es.
leg going for the runs. At this kicked in the fourth goal for the Water Cruising Club. The boats eee ee ie hues or 88 seconds” Dauntless bl ae ce = 95%. Vamoose .. 10.30 Lge 2 A lovely quality
period the score-board read 101 island, making two for him- of these clubs are between 30 to °84 Of Cyelone, Zephyr passed Dawn 46.59% an Swansea 10.30 D.N.F.

for 7 wickets, last player 82. self.

Thunder 10.30 DNF. | }

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Ce cay with- , At this stage Jamaica was the Ocean Racing Rules. Cyclone 1090, 1 10 i
handicapped when another of The big event is the race held Zephyr 10.30 D.N.F. -+ -
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the field due to an injury. This to Honolulu. As many as 30 to 35
roe aon 5 gael P= rath left nine on the field. Barbados boats enter for this 2,500 - mile
scoring»a “duck”. Roy is improv- never slackened up and soon after race. They return to Los Angeles
ing. and is hoping to play on the fourth goal, Lucas put in the via Alaska and “its great fun’,
Saturday if the weather is fine. fifth. The Jamaica defence now says Mr. Boyd. His 60-foot craft

Bacup met Burnley in one of showed signs of weakness and is Rocking Chair Il. His wife
the most interesting games of the Cooper was seen doing a lot of takes the tiller occasionally,
season on Whit-Tuesday. Bacup saving. Johnson made another Of the Tornadoes he says; “I am
batted first, losing their first five try to score his third goal but accustomed to ocean sailing but, I
batsmen’ for 36 runs, including Cooper anticipated correctly and assure you, you can get just as
the wicket of Everton Weekes gayed. When Referee Harris blew much fun, if not more out of
who ‘scored a “duck”, but Bacup off the score was Barbados five Tornado races. The first time I
recovered to score 171. Pepper goals and Jamaica two. have ever sailed in one was here H.E, SIR ALFRED SAVAGE,
took'3 wiekets for 59 runs. Burn- " ‘rhe teams were: and I thoroughly enjoyed it”, K.C.M.G. Opening Address

eats wake, cee pone ee Barbados. Cozier, Bright,Grant, He also sailed in Vamoose on E. BARROW, B.Sc. misah} Population Problems of West

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Gittens, Hutchinson, Cadogan, Thursday and Saturday in the Indies

2 Drayton, Walcott, Johnson, Lucas R.B.Y.C. regattas but just could J Ww. B I , -

t peter Hisven, tneir soteein and R, Hutchinson, f not miss the Tornado race on JUDGE J. W. B. CHENERY,

and D. Chadwick rallied them to _ Jamaica, Cooper, Bayliss, Excel, Sunday, He and his wite left

140 for-7 wickets at the close of Parchment Smith, Heron, Mc- the island yesterday morning. He
play, Bacup tried no fewer than Lean, Miller, Miret, Berry anc told me that some day he is going MRS. M, CLARKE, B.A.

eight bowlers. Weekes bowled 7 Hall. to bring Rocking Chair Uf to Bar- A. E, DOUGLAS-SMITH,

overs for 31 runs without taking The linesmen were Messrs. bados. “The trip is a long one M.A. a & he The story of West Indian

A. Thomas and C. Harper. and will take about six months, History

A Stand including the stops”, he said. A. deK. FRAMPTON a tain Usd} IntePeColofilal Trade

Enfield played another game

on Whit-Tuesday, this time end Ingham shared in a fourth-

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Weill, getting DR. BRUCE HAMIL TON, Leigh Hunt — a_ Barbadian

back to the rac- M.A. ‘if Writer?

The Jamaica Rebellion and its
Aftermath

against Colne. Enfield won the wicket stand of 169. Alley s or-

Meee) ing. It was real-
1o$s and sent Colne to bat on a ed 105 not out and tngnem 390. ; rad oitusing a ao HOYOS, M.A.
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see seven boats
n the water on
time. They were

perfect. wicket. They lost 3 wie- Colne declared at 221 for 4 wic-
kets for 36 runs but Bill Alley kets giving Enfield 145 minutes
to get the runs. Clyde Wal-
cott took all four “oa
2 > for 65 runs in 15 overs., En-
Traffic Do Ss field found run getting just as
No. 13 easy, scoring 183 for 4 wickets

ACID INDIGESTION?
HEADACHE, too?

PROFESSOR J. H. PARRY,

M.B.E., Ph.D, The Idea of West Indian History
Cyclone, skip- SIR JOHN SAINT, C.M. G. r Scientific Advances in Sugar
pered by Denis O.B.E., Ph.D.

| Atkinson, Va- , , “4
| moose, skipper- REV. C, SAYER, B.A.

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Production
Religious Aspects in the West
when stumps were drawn, Clyde : ed by Yedda y Indies
Walcott led the way with 101 TRODY ROAD | XL0 Ore Bdril, K. H. STRAW, B.A. (Hons.
Do you know that the hot out, which followed his 82 0 iy insman ohippered by Econ.) .. Problems of Industrialisation

against ‘Accrington on Monday. Ivan Perkins, IDGE ‘ A ‘.
The Central. Lanceshire and Thunder with John Bladon at the JUDGE H. A. VAUGHAN .. The Approach to W. Indian

the Smaller the Margin Ribblesdale Leagues did not have helm, Zephyr, skippered by Jack e 4 History
will be in case of Safety any games on Monday or Tues- Leacock, Breakaway, skippered by | F, L, WALCOTT
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has games on Friday, Saturday for Tornadoes. \
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II I Nil XV MAY 29. I*:,I BARBADOS Xl.xoi xu i'\ci niKii 1 m : ; \w;: L If] :\v. ; : | ill HI m Hi M| IS %  AW-: ;. MONEY FOR THEIR WEST IIVDIAN JAMBOREE FUND Iff 1 •: \%\ There are U's in your KITCHENS,. GARAGES and SHEDS THE BARBADOS BOY SCOUTS WITH CO-OPERATION OF THE BARBADOS BOTTLING CO, LTD. WANT TO HELP YOU FIND THOSE $ DOLLARS $ LOOK NOW AND COLLECT YOUR EMPTY B. B. C. AND "COCA-COLA" BOTTLES AND CASES. THEY MEAN DOLLARS TO YOU—THEN WATCH THE CLASSIFIED ANNOUNCEMENTS TO SEE WHEN THE BOY SCOUTS IN UNIFORM WILL CALL AT YOUR HOME TO BUY THESE BOTTLES AND CASES FROM YOU. The FIRST Area visited will be Strathclyde TO-MORROW EXTRA MONEY MADE BY THE SCOUTS IN THIS PROGRAM WILL GO TO THE . SCOUT WEST INDIAN JAMBOREE FUND :'\\\: : ,:;;:::::::::.:::::'.w.:v>v>:::::::::: :-r.:::::::::::%  %  % %  : % % %  .:•'• %  • %  • %  • %  • %  :• %  • %  • %  • % % %  • % % % % % % % % % % % % % %  % % % %  •% % %  -'• %  •



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K -m Tl KM) IV MAY . 1S5I I:\KII\IMI-. ADVOCATE I'V.I I u i B.G. Population Increases Rapidly New I ml it* trios Wanted HON W J. RAATCSKVn 1..1.1 il„ Advocmc v<-sicrdv mm Kriluih Guiana s population is ll %  result (it tne improved hralth conditions in Ihr roloay, due c pally to the DPT. Campaign which was en • within recent 1 Mr. Rai Second Year *gr& Seedlings Cut II UK PAV %  Hanle) UJ Mr. Raatgevcr who was British tanas d g U sgala it Use Regional ttee. i among mn Chairman of thruTour lt Commillie and .. nu-mlx-i I aha il G. Riw Marketing Hoard Hi* auld that R m ss s£S u sat, w sL trial m rfothtrsal *M also i-ut %  [•, .„ . Vi ., ..ur.„, Ui, n,h h The plot, of e,ln u\e who e !" ",-' """"' the seedlings which had been .„ n Jn ,-elceled were wenhed and Ihe rh ,lHr~ i S <" m '* c !" '•>' usual data laken. The result, in2'„J2Li£ v n .*?~"" "' ll dfcata thai MM M me selected ,vLC ",^ '., ?'" ,ndu seedlings should be discarded at !" S w!l ".^"L 1 ?, %  exi.,n n6 stage, although some did not 157(517 l.rpaid To Fkhrn Officer D %  iving pay envelopes Irom Mr. E D MottUy. MCF perform exceptionally well Third Year Sredllni Trtato. One Ihlrd year see-dling plant cane trial was cut at Currington. This trial has frequently been under water during the past year, and variation from plot to plot and bed to bed wa* very wide. Howthe ones With this end in view, Co v : Tnnient has recently enacted an Aids to Industry Ordinance giving a tax bOlMaj f %  period o[ yeais and exemption from duty on machinery and equipment. Rice Talks Mr. Rnatgever said that a dele... yields obtained were gal...., f n m the RR Rice MmMill nu.te heavy. As in the othei Rating Boa d me r.-nrcir-ntarlies B4744 %  £ M141I were of 3 00lS*d& l !" ?,\Z > %  LtaC uveraging 8 and 5 of the West Indian la'nnd" .V ton, per acre more.than the Trinidad recently to SE5£ & I ..„,..;. BJ7iei. StteroM price of rice u, the next thw Of 1(4744 was 19.3 pei yearSev-.al OJS ..SL I T5 cem 3g.,mM I6.T for B.371811, accepted the >en ^^1^1 B 47419 overaged 19.0 per cent, their representatives but thi In juice and B.4098 was members of the Rice Producer*' 13.4 per cent. A* octaUon felt t at the oriDM Third year laod UO g (list ratoon should bnegotiated annually ln> tnals were cut at Yorkshire. Colstead of every three yean Their leton and KgOdaL B.48223 and view has been conwnunicaled 11.46397 gave the heaviest yields the respective Governments who of cane, but the juice quality was arc considering the mutter only equivalent to that of B.37161. B.4S151 gave a heavy yield of If remunerative prices can be rntoon cane, particularly at the obtained by the poducers. it is high rainfall atations, while the likely that, they will be encour sucrose in juice was roughly 2 aged to extend th? production, per cent, higher than that of Jamaica has been asking for sup~ H 37161. This cane trashes very piles and it in hoped that British easily and has no prickles, but is Guiana will be able to ship them unfortunately a thin cane and so *ome nee this ... not hkely to be cultivated on any Whin he left home, planting of scale in Barbados. The canes are the rice crop was in full .swing, exceptionally sound <" dense in growth. Mr. Ptaslgever said that Just before he came out to Barbados, Mime American capitalists were in British Guiana examining the pottsibililirs of startiag a plywood Industry and (.DC. were going ahrad with their plans Tor expanding Ihe timber industry. It Is hoped that their modern saw mill will be erected sometime next year. The question of producing shingles by machinery lor -hip ment to the M i -i Indian Islands, particularly Barbados, b being investigated as this would preShlngles sopplied from British vein Imports from Canada. < .in in i last considerably longer, nr said, as they are made of hardw-Mid. Iluiivitc Industry He said that British Guiana are clearly shown by the fact that the average per cent, joint internode infestation for II factories this >> per cent.; the lowest average figure yet obtained. Routine field work on Held put is increasing and the bauxite company has plan, for further expansion. It is proposed to do n nVui-lr.i'inii Will End On Thursday R KUflSATION el 11.1 • %  will etase on Tnursday. So far in the CHj gran tha Assistant Registration Officers h.<> rally completed registration ,„ u areas. Some have Mai tod to compile list* tu I*submitted to the Supei visor. I %  %  have also to compile alphabetical pnUmlnary lists. IlMrM iu,i are submitted to the %  -> -I % % %  r. He makes a U^orotlfll check bafot them 10 the higher authontv. refusing I %  %  t..iiituig to vote. Borne i l.i.in thai It la be their religion while others are not O N Till M(!RMN(i I s. bnphar i. 19511, th< yawl iioranus gallad mto Carlltle Bjy wit.1 13o people bwMwd together on board. Tin Canary Islanders and were bound /iiela in search il %  in After ;* few Baj they sailed foi Wnc/ioli btjl nothing more was heard locally of the boat or men. Many people wondered whether the remainder of the trip was uneventful. A letter was received at our Editorial Office yesterday morning in.in ana of thi panel ftri of tha Doramas. lie is Manuel Reina and the only person on the voyage ka English. Reina says that after leaving Barbados they arrivad il La Gualra on Septcmticr 15 hut had to go to the small i Orchllla By January Ihev got oral tha rod tape and were in He is wnrkins with a sugar factory and the others ago employed in various places. Ho said that tha batch of Canary Islandera would never fonjol tho thai .... axtand I Iham in Barbad F LYING usii arc plentiful. On Saturday 1.7(H) pounds of flying IWl were sold in Hie Piibi %  • and many men pounds %¡ long the streets and at corners. Saturday N*aj | bUBJ day for the market. Apart frOni living llsh. 14111 poundl of dolphin. 2in I bill lish and .'2 pounds Of shark BMn I %  urday night fish were being sold at three cents each. On Snnil..v 90 Labourers Get $10,000 Back Pay Thi* amoui i i total re-1 M to tSTJjITJI An %  intairaal on k* mg a total of $738.1" in inti %  Uians issued to boat-owners i Icr the same period toialle.i $2243 B0, making a grand total of $10* During tha n .*f 1.100 yards of oil nettini; ai i.hing in. MS Mttlna i ga deep or i-7 thh laehoi stietcheil BMBB and i. sold at %  fi IntrnductMn lo the i b intuatry, .1^ a roauH of th t raieeeas obtained In txperlmenl on tne lavesllgaUr with the c P net. This netting ..rrived 01 to %  :2th ami In tha and of tin %  ental oporatlona al w* by the Investigator were cut tailed during ihe monta %  I tins net will prove i ( tore of Hying n*h. Tour fishing bOOfa during the month with tha log raratf IXKII drifted la tj Two fishing ItoaU that drifted in Bt V ll vend Etrlier LTtfcision > mains In Force I i n i Cbanarj in Appeal ordi red In* oN iau n i U ilium II TEN THOUSAND DOI.l ARfi In back pa\ vv out to ihe 90 casual and day UtboOD n of (he F3cw Departmenl cf St. Michael yeatajnlay Mi K 1> Uottley, Chairman of the Dcpartini'iil. ruutaed ou1 Iht > pMiktrt. Niiwty-two employodi ol the dofatrtineW •>> % %  .!• on Ht* list Two art tie-ad, nowtver, and go tha money will b*%  re %  >] the4r ratattvo. Other employeei of the Colonel iiicnelln van deppitment will get their bark pay at a latei di Walcotl 01 Oardton, si I % %  % %  %  lhati yoiUrdaj Some %  eavengi .,-, tin .., .i si IT while nn one iiv. i i ft* dofendanl I1BJ0. r • ;t . M UacOi n of J line of i:. fot Indoooa on Qarden Hood, s, t.nave had UM opportunlt) lo i>.* j ,,., .„, (| 4u n| reusum wnn them when thev were n %  i „.. ...... Ho, did not appear in Court Thau Honoun hi wt it* tu %  ppeal costs of S ft lo h detondanl (llfec ^faiislanliliT Chargefl Down For %  i mi iiiil St's-^ioiiH iProm Our Own l'irt*!..-i.n.U AM K With ring their bad No doubt, most of it a ittkl have to be spent in paying trv %  j oontractad during tha j l.nd.r the Miy Crlml .. T^J %  -,,,„ %  ;", %  "., %  • %  ';>'• %  %  being Mr. JiMticc Cooll them ti nd suggesting put it to some good use, "Ink it out." Confident Nonpareil Judgi LarUgua. Tha oiahi cas-s on the ealandai include 3 of Manslaughter — • ,,„„ Nultlng from colllslona or th.Ho gald that ha realised that | ,dl anh maWtu'tTplaetin lit overturning ..( motoi M ioli •,,. %  of living had boine h...,i %  and i of rorg.-iy. one lieing ., uson then He LhoUfht that U> "-"f %  fro '" th '" Jnm,: "> 9m~ had gtwugh conftdanca In hhn win I HUB tO foal that Inwould il> ihe name of Montague •faffan was irmtancad lo i yeaix with hani labour to* burglary and WMinrliiiK. 11 i %  had a number of prevloui conviction-, and h. mnducted hit >vcii defence. i %  In The Harbour: Ships Load Sugar for UK Oraavithi footer, Caratakar of %  n.inkt'. Mr Mottloy and the S^ Ml i II.HT, Vaati on behall of lha rawaanaan arhoaa 11 • g> amad on. Mi I, B, i of the %  %  %  %  ippeal .lini-N--. |{c\frsc l*t'isioii ind Mi IIMi G i. Taylo w B < hi i A ton. um of fly fish ..Y..'..\ -a ( crl ,: '"mount of processing down to -.8 the ne r fulure in far as tourism is concerned. he said that Hritish Guian.i laCfc cd proper hotel accommodation deposition of Dtatraea egg masses ^^ unl „ |hav nuU H mw)crn of parasitism by Trlehogramma hote|< t( pv ( ou|(| ny expiind lllv continues as usual. tourUt Industry. KMI Barer Control. Damage by _, Aakod his impresalon>. of the root borer lo voung plant cane has R**on--l Eeoijomlc Confeiwcc DObeen so obvious this year. J* ' d %  *•>* R " the Sixth nwmg to the rapid and vigorous ^torance he had attended in growTh cd nich cane due to conBarbados and thought it the moot imio^l rainfall important one. He was very pleas Hato.ni fields, and often 1st 1 Wt the Unity, that obtnir%  ratoons which had been damaged %  ALT ACRES of IMB were irred fire fair lught. S IX AND A Ural t :"! %  I unit when n Baulon Plantation, St. Joseph on Saturday night. They ore the property of J. A. Haynes ami were insured. A NOTHER FIRE at Friendship Plantation. St. Andrew, burnt tl in i nil lit" canej and one and %  half seraa of ilrst crop ratoons. Tliey belong to M ..... TV, Judg %  %  %  i ., da ttudd" 1 *o sL| i'caliad at Barbadot rejtarday to loan 4.850 tons of %  ufgi toi Ihe C.K ind I i Ihe llau | , AstniM-Mnrr 11 %  . 11 fOl London She U also taking .-.t; rind and a supply of high proof spirits f.nmiraetor. U taking 1.900 tons ,,,,„„ „, Mr r W S U,I c r f %  • %  Joll : ""' %  tonPollea Magistrate of DI u-eaj. ant is also loading nn.la-wes who inipoacd a lin. and rum fo. ( nna.ian i-.rts 3 co t, on A.tmdel It.. %  .. it% "\ ''i 1 '""-'' ben ;h i...n... Rood, S t Ifiobaal toi no| nan-ison Liner Eaplorer and th %  keeping t.. big I'dl while driving Saguenay Terminals' Sun Valtej, |he tnotOi cai M 1817 on Max Inni n ^% i"* U ** r for En l Road on August 29. AI !" !? B ^^ •P e, ,lv %  | ^ I*'"' nTenoun diamtoaad the „ *' ""f' a ,h 5 I'Khters in tho rase without prejudice Mr || ,' ; >tn had lo be used to i. 97atd appeared on behalf of hMdle the shipping or the si.g..r the defendant BroooC 1 %  U UM aalad aclalon. sgt i loneer which was dischargli.g Howard prosecute.) fo, the PoUee as plant canes, are now showing characteristic damuge in %  evens! areei of the island, par* ticularly in Ihe leeward areas. A sin vev is Ix'ing made to pick out 30 root borer damaged ratoon fields of approximately 5 each in a reasonably raughout most of the Inge, It -Uigurs well for the fu %  ie Veal Indlaa that Ihe riinoiis representatives could come and speak with one voice beetle has been seen in increased compact numbers this year in the higher area, in order to treat from 2 to more heavily wooded areas and t* 2J acres in each field with undoubtedly helping to control mechanicallv distributed and inthe brown hard back there. In the corporated Aldrin. as soon as such lower black soil less Wo-Hed fields arc prepared in a flat seed areas, this predator is not to Da bed ready for this year's planting found and considerable numbers season Materials and equipment of brown hard backs or "May have been ordered, but there have bettles" have appeared IhJ l-een delays and increases m prtCO Melamaslo* or Cane Stem due to disturbed world conditions Barer. Concurrently with the Brown Hard Back Cantrel. It is recent increased rainfall there has Ited that Aldrin treatment been an increase in MeUmasIa* will also control this pest as well damage to ripe canes and ratoon t* field wood ants, but proper stumps. This pest can only 11expcrimcnts will hav(0 M rained out. In the meantime, thi predator of brown hard bacV grubs, mainly Pyrophorus lamina tut or cucubano. the large lircfi? controlled by leaving no cut o-broken pieces of canes in fields at reaping lime, in which material this betllc can and does breed and multiply. .'M'. Yniiiiuls Conif From Ni'vis Twenty-three horse:, ii mules ane" 24 donkeys arrived here from Ncvi.s yesterday by the 60-ton schooner FxceUior llod*\ Th>> animals along with 88 bags of copra are expected to be landed % %  "• %  The Exrel-dor Hodge in here on her first vlafl She was going around tha West Indies for the ling with raneral %  i i [ulUa. Hui la told the Advr;.tr torda) thai the kaeaaaloe Hndfe anu rabU It last year. She was badly damaged after running ••ground when struck by a gate .,(• Angultla. 8h> baa u oat rail lenr.th of 75 feet and carries a crew of 12. She is consigned to the Schooner Owners* Atsocia'• MI iii along *ide the wharf receiving sugvIr.in the platform-; ,,f lorrii \\ .' M i %  ware i 1 ' log unloadec •dheis waiting their rh nice IflMadedMost of "liem from st. Philip, st Joaepl Bt George. Launches awdslt,! m taking the ih< .inters to the ships One %  attach wan seen with a proi agsloi of seven lighters behind her. It was sugar everywhere on the a Btarfront The (Kxplarer today. laid lha court that he i ilrn ii. i M-IBIT i Muxuell Rond on All >iiig in the d tlOR Ol Hi kdgt n I town. He wai driving the .i .it %  ul :'• lo 20 ml* •rfng to hirn in the ., nd lion (lie niolor ear M—2022. When he was about 30 ft* mr-tor car he :. ( ,| i i ikai but the can ikulded and n aei Ident occurred. laole' His successes %  ,.,, k ware just i the hundred m evens and -i •• i.i long Jump which stood the li -t of time fin in.iti. veais III method of piepariii-t for athletn ,11 i moderi ball ." % %  Hi record ka umn aroo i %  i"" 1 ' g • %  iry Clay cigar wa-hed down no doubt, DJ coptoui oraugnu o hoot % %  potent o> ktaU tumblat filled with %  to d parts "f whmky and gin. Il int ..mi i .. U) Cricket, AUx* I i . inn .n.i nol prevent bin rri in udtlni %  brllllani Flral %  ,: bed h m %  Clf in low lalUM id at th* I %  \m mob %  Rhythmic control ol %  .. bodj If the t % %  eeaalty to • n„ es. in i VI i %  < harla if | n an a 111 cenatnl lo t %  %  i first, al omplishincnts shall be added unto him." Iiiil 11 WF.ATHEItllF.AI> ; LTD. ; %  ulll tir ,l...rd lor I ; Stock-Taking j ; %  at 2 p.m on TCF-SHAV. N % %  9th Ma I 4iui mi i DNUOAT, J lath Mil ;\ H DlBpot Ing i>i'paruneni will be open II. il F.ntrunce on Wharl. lilllil. WIAmilEAl l,TI MAIL NOTICES M.aIra Dan %  r. ii. Fin. I.-I. iKiii t~ CIUMO at Hi* On' Pol OAltv %  • m.,1, i i tafaarsi i...d <)„!: *' • m nn ih frwJui-r. ISti *' %  % % %  %  %  '" %  DON < %  ii. n %  %  s - I M n ii.i.r.. Q lir -^. %  Ml ilorlrvdl li Ul* M V CanafJUi'. i will b# rlo*M at ihr On •wai POM OOlr* %  • unOtr;P.rt-,1 M.H .1 I p m R„|,|„, | M.H ... i p in ,n4 Oram.rv MM1 ISJ MUM kISIBI ••PI'III.VA" =^ 81 Once again in stock after a long absence DELYTA BRASSIERE REPAIR SETS These replacement fittings are easily attached and will restore your brassiere to its original snni; fitting. We have spare parts for all sizes and IVIM-S ol brassieres. Each.__.20c. & 35c. SUSPENDERS We have them in 2 widths. Pair 21c. & 24c. CAVE SHEPHERD & Co, Ltd. 10—il Bros.! Street i IAYEWA %  wee JH JASON JONES & CO LTD^W.i.ftiir. mm w a n m NOW AVAILABLE Dr. HUMS klUMl I IIVER PILLS FOR BILIOUS.NKSS NF.RVF. FOOD A TONIC FOR BLOOD & NERVE PAMM1 FOR HEADACHES & PAINS. Also DimOMII. CMC ACID ELIMINATOR FOR RHEUMATISM 'IIIAVIL Etc. E..ry Picture ttlli a %tory\" >. BACKACHE] GONEh tTISOrTHNSL'Rl'KlMNi, how qui.klv haJcschi-, tint, %  chinn Biaiclai Bl I'.imhaco, rhrumjti Oaaaaaoi afaaar* troiihl.*due lo impurltu-i in the hl.o.1 ci he evciromc. strong, actara • guard your health In uatnaof. unpuntirt and ban out .f ttw qraana w Itaa kaaerj %  -inm w inaJisiiiati' and hillasoaWttaa bl A* tovr Otaltr for bring harp bey ratal a dab wall knowa diuretic and urtpary Many thotuandi ol d 1 tcsnaad M the good health .1 hv takifc USE A RIPPINGILLES BLUE-FLAME STOVE FOR EASY & CLEAN COOKING e A.S.BI{Vie.vSOiVS(inios)|,H). AGENTS. NEW SHIPMENT OE EMBROIDERED GEORGETTE WlllTi PINK, Bl 1 1 MAIZE mi 0BBEM IV i III WHITE I.MIllKIIDKRV anrl wnrn: mi PINK With COLOUII n 1 MBBomi n .1 l>c. ilgn at HMI AMmHw A LOVELY RANGE TO CHOOSE PBOH (MS EUt, iiinl |XM pi'r >d. V.-ui liMpectlon Ii ( .nili; il> InvItM HARRISONS BROAD ST. 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I'\(.l KHR BARBADOS ADVlX Ml II i -.1) \\ WA1 -'. 1*51 BARBADOS ti&\WOffil InM SU %  ilssMSsai 1IUMI.IV. MI> 29, 19.')l §mp TIIK merit "f trade controb in lime of 'ILI.subject of much controland and now that the period allowed toi tinii retention hM MOM to an end. it is up to the Legislature to say whether cuntmls shall continue in Barbados. Durliit: the tvar the institution of controls was necessary to the achievement of victory Control* alto ensured a regular supply and even distribution of essential food>tufTs throughout the island. The official state of the war is now coming to an end and this island must ensure that it controls its own trade policies untrammelled by Whitehall directives Tins is wh;u the. representative form of Barbados) 1 Government demands in time of peace. %  ui be no democratic government possible here if power is concentrated in the hands of the Colonial Office without the local Government having any say in the vital decisions affecting trade. This country has for the greater ^>art of • ence been run by statutory and emancipated boards. In recent years there :, ;i gradual but alarming concentration of such power as they exercised, into the hands of the Colonial Office Off U QoV ernor. Several of the statutes under which they operated have been amended and they have been denuded of much of their power. On the Order Paper of the House of Assembly there is now "a bill to continue temporarily certain emergency enact ments". Behind this innocent wording is another attempt to give to the Governor the power to make orders which were intended for use during an emergency. There can be no justification for rc-impusing on the community controls which have been proved time and again to have brought serious disadvantages to business suite the war ended. The Control Authority in this island now acts under directives from Whitehall and XELSOIVS IMM KVAItll. AXTKIUA Like ChrUtophe*. Citadel in manor; m-Chiel In bli Mill ilk SI (Vm liail filllf iwrritirs—lived IMH BSlHS.IIj B. Kill.. Aallflll' • % %  • %  , he Anvmirar, Hour. It I. recordIs one of the -howplarcs of the ,. ( ,_ ^ ...-__ ..,.-. ,_ rf ed however, (hat he sprnt moat of Dour, them, la,VhTerttoarf wlllhere^Shte *•"'" """' *' h 1 "' fallinn to pieces. .. %  part of J !" T^S. %  „„,*'" VruS ana WM ' A""* 11 "* P'*"""' ' British Nav.l huu.ry and remain.. J" £'""" %  '*"""* %  """'" %  nd |,ve on hi. shli> a. a monument to the day. when I „ . the -wood*, waits' ol lattea. The crulta has been planned J&AVftJi ruled the seas. „ to enable yachts to >pend ^^^^Xffi at ti many night., as possible at anchor JJJ^ fn)m lrtquen t illness and The many yachtsmen and other: it-bo nrh.* dings, and jjtttU'Wtt SsL*3iS=S!L= n %  jrw, =ra Navigation Act ... Kiri I' "('1 VI (illaC l fr, H ,„ ,„,„ hc I.eeward „,ally the local merchant, fell P !" h'.'r£kv,.„ I? eSi ""** Squ d m und#r ' rather rtrowly ag.ln thr younr krtvthtDockyard in >? !" '* %  Richard Hughe. Two yrura latri „a capuuaTwbo sci.ed the carand to develop >" facilme. for slr Richlrd pMurne,! to Erfland gora Ihev had purchgaad, an. the uae or vi.iung yacnia. nnd NeIson ac trd as Commander (hi. emhuteml him very much The Society I. faced with a u. Chief Hi* refrrenre. to the Inhabitant. .-CMrllSlE BY LerAjrds In his letter >y no means eompllmen formldnble titsk The buildings Prince William "f thi in the Dockyard were surveyed in were 1948 hv the Senior Ancient Mi.n Dining that lime Prince WiU lary. %  he mercanlile body and .he communi.y in g^^^'JC.^tKSd ^ !^Z ^n^^Z^Z JrX^ffjJgfgfc'y lions and wire among th* firliiim him as a national — -* I Minimry ol Workx. who cslimalcrt camp on. in jitm me qu*aron * general have accepted this condition as one j that it would cost *ome £50.000 Captain ol HMS Prcaatu, and***' in which Ihry c.n do nothing bu. pro.es, VSUTS. STSSL ZXZ llSST SSS^iSST&X In the neighbourini' colonies of Trinidad ihu sum of moiicv ovemiBht. but ^tIIe house on the hill oi>po-.it.' '" In the neighbouring colonies of Trinida.d and lJritish Guiana the expiration of the period of controls has been greeted with a general determination to scrap them. There can be no difficulty in Barbados in accepting expiration of this initial period as the end of all controls which allow Ciical Britain to dictate Hai Indian trade policy. It is for the II iu iof Assembly to bring the mutter to a head by rejecting the bill for the second rciding. Honour For IKarliados TilK %  ppointment Of a Board Of Enquiry composed of Sir Clement Malone. Mr. Frank Walcott of Barbados, and Mr. Allnutt to enquire into the cause of disputes which have disrupted trade relations 111 Antigua is an indication that the British Government has at last begun to realise that there are people in the West Indies better suited to adjust differences between the peoples of the area than others who are unacquainted with conditions in the West Indie* The appointment of Mr. Walcott who is Secretary of the Barbados Workers' Union is a compliment to Trade Unionism in Bari.i.los and especially to Mr. Walcott. Kor some lime now trade disputes In Antigua have boon the background for much that is shameful and unsatisfactory in West Indian lite. Threats against peaceful citizens who have been marked out as respon* ible for the existing conditions, ill behaviour towards the Governor and other officials and the general disruption of relations between employers and employees are features which can only bring disadvanto the people of Antigua. The Governor in a recent broadcast points out thai the island is facing a disaster which it has never seen before. Financial resources have been so depleted that for the first time in ..2 years the British Government had to assist by means of a special rrant. Poverty is widespiead throughout the Leewards and when through their own action the people of those colonies reduce the prospects of development and frighten capital, they cut their own tiiroats. The r. tard of Enquiry as appointed can do much good to promote happy relations between the various sections o( the community. Mr. Walcott can play a great part towards this desirable end. and UP mourn hla death icty do not expect L iM-i sum of money overnight, l.u' Itane home on Ihe hill o it dot. ho,* (" DbuE iSneknt the Dockyard wai built as a thor* C!^.J^S. l ??5!L*.^f525 support Immediately to enuble It rcnidcncv (or the I'nn.e, .<<..! .> U> arrc.l further decay, and to used to-day as the Clovn n.n": make u modest start with rrpalrs. country residctn* Th Caribbean Crufaw first of the activities to be ln ; after his bnet rolum to Antigua while fullowinic up Admiral VIIleneuve Just l*ftire the famou' victory. Nelson and the Prince were on ., %  the best of terms, and the Prince K*l*w has a special place n. iUNt on iM-ing his friend'* '*' hearts "f Englbhinen ono CruUe WiU l under ine^ s|,n{*vi. d. etor l. r ^ n s j,,,,, K.C.M.C. sorshm of the Royal Cruising 'V 1 1 monuis lulon. ism Mir.ivn N „. kvar H •• l.y ninny years and died role ol weisons lAakyara . •-'<"> %  ,„ ,,,,|,. v s „„., |,„„|„„ his aneient naval deixd.In the aUrtlnf al Ilarbado. on Friday. Nol u„„: ifl, I .'..• weddi.. We-; >nr <•£'.£ U>ey should ha -I will not be able to return there in there l* no rMSon why one botch over to the Colonial (mice wnti BtDtombai ould aspect to lt rsmUfaed that students wer* in the hostel UlrOUfhoUt their stay formerly dUsatislled with the I use i expenditure tills and Ul Britain and Italia anjoy moDOnOStSll run t>> the ( ilomal Oniec cmsequcnt inability lo employ |)0 | y G f the imenilics prnvided." I 1 replied "It U Hue. Mani.lii-f statt while permanent siaff Crescent ofTera better amemtii'* have a holiday, the Council hSI The reas.ui. for the l.ntish t ul the t'olomal Ottice neve. rtaclded 10 ctOlS the hOSWl for a Council Mtlon were glvm me turned stude-ls out into the st" fortnleht us from July 18. The io-day In nn interview with Mr. ,n U.n Manv of the students feel this reluctant to leave Hans ("re-cent, the presence of vUilcrs from overtreatment is unfair. They exia complim.nt to the work we seas for Uu Festival of Britain -i.-t %  ,-'. llM-ir sl.ongdissalistacltnn are doing.' M ., rreseent f. ^T^rTlX,^. .., Crescent however, is is glKSLS 1. S ii'.* .'.. .it-r are admitted to residence in llins where studenU may study. And Crescent, they are told in witting unlike most student hostels, it has Gold Coast itudonti aie going that their residence will normally a large number of wcll-furinshid a Step further. While identifying be for one academic jresr. At th. alnglo rooms. Foi bed. breakfast, themselves will. UlO petition, the] Wtd of the academnyear, a few and dinner, stud.:.is pay th have deckled to approach then old Itudsnta ..!.asked to remain guineas a week, home Government v.ilh | va K) I id Uu vna!,: iconimodntion U ... j*tni instituted mod to DM irrhrals. Ono wj I ndian itudaot wijii oties are to ba dselded on partly by ballot and partly by selection. GENERAL YAO WARNS CALCUTTA, The Burma Road may be reopened to supply Red China. And Burma's bankrupt l, harassed by threats of a new rebellion, by virowimpublic discontent at Qoverninent inefficiency and eorrupUoa, and by the presence of reinforced Chinese divisions across the border, are reported to be considering ? scheme for by-passing any Western blockade of the China coast. Red China's suave ambassador to Rangoon, General Yao Tchung Ming, is believed to have suggested that Burma's "neutrality" amid growing world tension could best be maintained by allowing the secret shipment >f rubber, wolfram, manganese, .in.l other wai rnatf rials by Irrawaddy river steamer to Mandalay, and thence by truck 000 miles across the border mountains. All the goods would be bought by Chinese ander-cn\er agents in South-East Asia. IlilK A Furd Advocate Stationery We have just Received . GREEN BIRKMYRE II 'mterprnnl ami Italpronf 72 ins. wide TARPAULINS made to order if required. WILKINSON St HAVNES CO. LTD. Successors to C. S. PITCHER &. CO. 'Phones I 4472 & 4M7 $UAl Jjfa ftwi WIM LID ANO FULL CREAM MILK POWDER KICH IN CMAM—lXCtlUNT KM CHIlDHfN S ADUirS LIDA.NO 'IL CM.AM 0* HWDfK r Ask for LIDANO AT YOUR GROCER Retail Price Per 2i/b. tin $2.40 MENS SHORTS BY BUKTA IN fawn. White. Khaki and Cream SIZES These Shorts are Sanforized Regimel Shrunk. The Plastic fitted Waistband Snugness and Comfort. > DA COSTA A CO., LTD. Dry Goods Uepl. 30-40 and gives '.'.-.'.-.'.",-,-.-.'.-,'.-*-.',-, HOOK HI VIIH : NONPAREIL \ <;KEEK GOD In Katun and Ughtful pcuod of th nineties ar,, jjrofllo; an outstanding iithletc In the turn of the century when ill 1-ranches of sport and on the amateurs still had the lelaur.* le runninK brack; %  nineteenth .vicompete successfully against |ir.*tury grandee complete with monofessionals and when the half W licit; and with It all a scholar no ley was a ball to be %  a i I'.wed Simon and Birk.cnthe boundary no matter iu Ti-i. Ii" trwtod the ant. I bli hero. (..linful of popular opinion plaudits of the c In "C. B. En/', published by "Fin.* innings, Sir! Deuced line pian contempt Cricket career In 1912 when Engthai it bind led by Charles beat Austraon tri ties and still en M-V on his Ufa/I with his shirt sleeve buttonfe work or training boys for the down at the wrist He was hopRoyal Navy Is remembered as %  | nR to disprove Phillip*tudiie5*£ "• •*• ment. but V L Murdoch Tin 2.000 runs in five seasons and Sussex captain, was not prepare. unh at* oonsecut.v, cenlurie.— t „ le tn ,. xp( r(mcn la ^ e l placr record which Dradman has not an ,f rw ss T I-IM WB< Wii IH> duty to appear lowmd .-v..,-,,.., : %  ooo runs In *? rTjtnS earn nd frxtotally 1902 although unable to plav in more plaudits of the Igmrthe nrl] !>;" %  Df UM MlatiU Few „. lne Goldc n Age of cricket owd called In vain for however remember that Charles Charles had his niche alongside %  ith Olymthe Wra* on the high road to fame as %  ".. Jickaon and Maclaren. Before and Ho never admitted that the a fast Ixiwler and was actuall) ,l """"l eriekll with his gifts Breakfast Foot/a Anchor Powdered Milk Quaker Corn Flakes .. Puffed Wheat Wheat Puffl and Wect-aBlX Shredded Wheat All Bran Pablum J A; It Hro.i.1 SPECIALS i OllJ artistry, and had he so desired he But then came n.iahi ,ust as easily hav, played Jim PUllips, an Umpire hailing predominant in other fields. How Phocnir House "Lfd."—one the gam.of Hie gj cricket Mr ton at Lord's when Charles was and lie \>.is .tetuallv booed when He admired those who has not only done ample returning from the wicke| out to the middle, bat when with a cross bat. writes Deniil from Australia He disapproved n.any men un lay claim to play%  noble one glorious Innings. "Did vou think his tactics and his Individual skill llutchelor. because they knocked of Charles t U m Never meek Ing Soeecr for Oxford, t of his chone but he hits made It to? Surely not? Why I missed brought victor* the crowd Changthe sanctimoniousness out of in race of author!tv Charles came thians and England and appearoossible f two bails'. Charles genially reing their tactics called for Fry out for the second innings with n g for Blaekheath at Rugby foot lure the aim-. : dt1'bed. And at the end of his Tea' But Charles did nol. appreciate Charles Fry, in his late sevennis oowitng arm in splints and *) On page 5. Pir.cipple Crusl-.-d each tBRcd. White and BllH Baked Beans each 2tc i^ Canadian Chocolate Bars 1 I PHONE G0DDARDS For Delightful Supper Snacks Carres Croame Crncker s A'-ter Biscuits Australian Cheew Dutch Cheese Dm. 'i %  Baas',, Alp Washington Ale Golden Tree BeCf Quitch V.ITH i -\N\n\ IIKV HBW iLA.OI'RS Kru A ( II \MIM(.M. < "I IM SOD* Order a Carton of . COIDf.v mil Kin Only S3 90 nrr Can WE DEUVEK V.V'..W..W..'..OM.C W .^^^^ Fresh Vegetables Daily


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PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE 111 -li IV, MAI -'I. 15I BARBADOS BEAT JAMAICA 5—2 Johnson Scores (.IIS nioriiv Two Goals BARBADOS easilv won thefinal football Test from Jamaica yesterday nl Keneirir.tnn Oval bv healing *herr. 9 —2. Another large crowd saw Desmond Johnson score two oal*. Keith Waicntt "Bliekia" Lucas and R. Hutrhin*nr> kickeH in one goal each !•> give Barbados a convincing Victory over Jamaica. ~F. Iliilchinfton playing al right half-back for the colony kickt-il into his goal |o give Jamaica tin If first goal The other posj mi •cored bv the Jnmaica captain Miller Barbados got their first two %  oaai in the first half. The game was thrilling from beginning (O end bul in the latter part of the Jf. Jamaica with two Jh*1 oil the Held gave very llttll resistance to the pressing Bariidoi forwards. The game started with Barbados defending from the north end oi the Bald. Dray ton playing at light wing for the Island received a long low pass just after the kick off from Johnson but Bsteai -^—„ 'acklert and cleared. M*^T Vcl-ean on the right wing _**^ * T shortly after, ran down on reng .i pass from Miller but he 00 chance to centre at Grant i isMBd In to him. Janiai> | as definitely looking for a goal nd their first one came when F. Huiehinson at right half back, kiefctfd into his goal Cot* in effort to i-rl to the bill but he was loo late. Shortly after R sic Hutchlm ,, n i.ft wi.ig equalised for the Inland. I'll score mw ;u Barbados ana and Jamaica on, with the Bout* even, both side* were seen < -LVIH. \i tlTT Walcol I Scores First Cenlury Gels 82 And 101 Clyde Wulcoii Keporls on Lancashire league HCMWl Before a crowd of 0.000. Enlield played Acrrlngton on WhltMd Tuesday. I I I Ki.field "gate" of £284 was only h other for all thei BIO worth in an effort to put the odd goal. Wnlroti missed Chance when he niiskieked I he ill after Dray ton had centre,) rely across from the right wine. About five minutes before the id of the first half Referee Harris irded a penalty kick to BarVAMOOSE. which .Atl*d undefeated in the regatta*, won the Tornado Trophy. Tomido Association i of the 1MI record for hadoa when Bavl *L_ 1IM..I I._^.I... .....w.^ 1H..1 ._ i . the Whlt-Mondaj game. Tin ,. home learn won the toss and sent cotl lno ^ (h ArcruigUm to bat on ii wicket which was not helpful to bowler*. They got away to a solid sUrt, the first wicket falttng al ; 1 If. Hut.hin.ion in his area. Walkick and made no mistake in kicking it into the goal. Cooper moved but in the wrong direction. At half time score was unchanged with International Helmsman Loves Tornadoes VAMOOSE WINS TROPHY i and the batsmen were always "'*' T" *" uncn-nged wnr, the go for runs. They declared "-bados t* v and Jamaica one at 4.40 witti the score at 184 for 7 wickets giving Enfleld a sporting chance to get the run* Clvde Walcott captured 3 wickets for 47 runs in 15 overs. At the close of play. Rnlleld had scored 140 for 7 WtckeU Clyde Walcott broke Ins spell of "ducks'" scoring 82. He went to the wicket with the score at 5 lor 1 wicket and was off the mark with an on-drive for foui Ht .pplauded by his tesm mates when he got off the mark. Walcott fanned" the bowling after Knfleld had h-st 3 wickets *• %  On resumption Jamaica quickly got on the offensive and Cogta was tested twice but tvfgj saved. Howevt In the area Jamaica got then "nd goal when Miller kicked I C ball into the acts I met a most Interesting characAootit three minutes after | Pr on lunda* morntns, He il J.maua got their second goal. Willis Boyd of L* s Angeie*. Johnson on receiving a long pass California. When a man cancels Uom Walcott who was now at his plane passage lust for a sail right wing ran down unmarked lf i a Tornado he must be intereiceaneer met with an accident U> drop out of the race. Huceaneer i; lecond with 64.71 .ill Ralabow third with 64.29 r cant. Coramrlta bus a good lead in the intermediate ai.d will most likely trophy. Her percentage If 64.21. The averages to thi Fleventh Regatta Sports Window IHl BARBADOS I Rll MIL* FOIUHW I \-S< 1 \TI()\ ... %  nUri.il H.r.r-. M, tr.„,..i., tnr Naaaei %  %  k*n PanU i. ... |m -*I %  • %  • 4....I.O.. — M.,fcriSParrM. %  % %  Sar % %  • U4 — K.mn Malr Rrf.ii> M. J. Ai HU| lu-r U — Suni %  "'"'( A Ifliitf O Oiahaaa. N It 411 .b.v, aaaubaa i I.:..-., ., %  >rt. Nxhii RM lh.. ••>'* I li.i III. I.On -hxaai.ix %  aarUo by ir.pi. >n1ur> In Ik* ri.il nivUlaa iklt >....n h%%  >•* lh*lr IfclrS lim i lUl l -in ia,. OI*Hlaa Wl. %  Ill HI. .,.1 ,-,A r ikr Bjajrai Harbour Log IS CARUSE A4Y M V SadgeSvId Steh Marta Hen.1. %  Marion Ballr Wolff S* i Cjril X SnitT", 5c h DOrui. Srh Philip H Davldaon Sell LajOalpl... M.V Blue Siar. Sch Ivtrttnt. Belt Hnv M l*i. Sari EnMcprlaf S Vh W I. funki. Mk. BeKiurvti. II V Ladv Joy Sch ljndi)d II, Sch fnLtr* Pilgrim S Sch Rainbow M Bx-h riot>cr Imtnurl. S S Bur. i Mas %  it Joaeph from D<" i*r Uardot.a W S ton* n*. •lUir. (torn Tnr.,rta4 ivranomn 4.W4 Ion. net. Cap' aae, from Si Vineent % S Canadian ConMruetw. XS9S !•>• H. C-pl Walla**. (iom Trlmdai! Schoofwc biceliior HoS>. to ins 4. Cap" H.inle. from SS Ki"i. s, r.. flam DEPAi r Laudalpfta. • tan Cap'. Capt ARRIVALS I A.i-.— Pioneer *1J Tai.T DtVtB*. Uom St Lucia M V' Cararaa. SN xa Vtlaaqun fo THnidad M v niu* BUM. MS tarn net. Cajrt rrt>iMOf< far TrU4-d. SB Lad* Nalaon 4 M tana n. Capt Rnarb. for Si H lial'fl on Tmlay Police CourU — lt.ao a.m. Police Band Concert. Boaco1*1 District. St. Peter. Mobile Cinema at Lancaster n.Liii.ti,. yard — K oe p.m. CINEMAS I.I-B. LtlU* < .... in i "i. wuh l p.ra. Emplr* : "T 4.41 aaS %  ii p m. Ilaral A fit) IB.Id Ihin • r.d ll.m Ih. t.vii. In 4 .. I.M paa. oi. ..in.. I "f blaaiavn al M I.III.I aa .miiif ai*>. — i .... 11".,,.. Aa-atf Ir Aalanl>b* tin i .... I'... 1.. i II.: Ii br Pa— II. %  .< SSI am M.ra IOMUMO: Tb Hard War" and %  %  • %  • sf Ih. -iddl— IPS •• irs SUCH A RELIEF TO HAVE NO TROUBLE WITH TEETHING ,n.l(.,ll. — .(<,>, 1... ^ I'owdn ... WI. M. ., tMhlPf ASHTON & PARSONS INFANTS' POWDERS Churchill's Horse Brats King's Horse LONDON. MJV 27 Winston Churchill's horse defeated the King's Saturday for the %  canal t>un within two ureaka. The war-time Prime Minister's end or the Fierich-bred Colonist II captured followsthe CesarewUch Handicap at with Above Board the King getting Another French challenger Par. second.—KP> rlene got the jump on thr otfaa B" Clas* Gtpay 60'.. War New Market (laud I'."!'.!!' Mischief 501. belonging tn liirt 81 i M>ra Baalr B*.Tt%, home third. Rascal 65.84%. Ohapl 49-46'' Rsnger h91'i and Fantasy 47T Claims: Mlaabehave 4490'lember of the Los held and was caught al deep square marked with only Cooper to beat Angeles Yacht Club and lha Blus leg going for the runs. Al this kicked in the fourth goal (or the w,,t rr Truism* Club. The boats period the wore-boarrt read 101 'stand, making two for himof these clubs are between SO lo for 7 wickets, last player H2 self. fifl 1ert onK an(( lM Mai ,„„,,., Roy Marshall A((hij Jamai( a flu Ooau Racing Rufes. ui^sc^u- ?VFRWHMS -n ""'<"IPP< * h ^ " 0 h -r *" The b,g evenl hi tbo wtB IS vtill in"b,Hi wSh mrtiien,,r " 1,,n ** |uu '' 11 l * ,1 s-veiy other year from l* Angeles u Jack Wiiford sul^lituted ,he "eld due to an Injury. This to Honolulu. Al man, u 10 to V [or him, but was unfortunate in e 1 nmp " ,hl "eld. Barbados bout* eiifc 100 mil) scoring •* "duck". lUn is improvnever slackened up aim soon after mce. The rClum U Loi AnflOkal ina iid Is hoping to plav un the fourth goal. Lucas put in the via Alaska and preat fun", Saturdav if the weather is tine. flfth. The Jamaica defence DOW lay* Mr. Boyd, Wa 06-lbOI ci Bacup met Burnley m one of showed signs of weakness ami bj RorklnR Chair II. Ha) WlM the most interesting gamen of the Cooper was seen doing ,< lot of INM-S (he lillri <•< ABaOneJI] aeaaon on Whit-Tuesday. Bacup paving. Johnson made anolhei Q| the Tornadoes he .-.ays; "! an batted first, losing their first live try lo score his third goal but %  tcuatoined to ocean sailing bul, I batsmen for 38 runs, including cooper anticipated correctly and assure vou. VON c-n get Just as the wicket of Everton Week,v.,^,.,1 When Referee Harris blew much fun, if not more out Qf who -cored a "duck", but liaciip ofT ^p „.„„ WB Barbados five T.irnado r*Cl i time 1 recovered to score 171 Pepper ^^ and j am alca two n ive ever sailed 10 took 3 wtekets for 59 runs. BurnTflP lcam5 we|<: „ ,,, fcorousWen.o.ved It". "" hl Barbados. Coiler. Bright. Grant, ||e also sailed Jn Vamoose on Olttana, Hutdllnaeb, Cadogan Inursday and Saturday In the Dreyton. Walcott. Johnson. UlCal HB.YI re-gatl bul k nd II Hutchinson. not mi' lha Tornado raea on and D. Chadwiek n.llie4l them lo J""-*-r ( -.per ll.yliss F.xc.!. Ba ndaj H. i %  140 for Wicket >f P"*hinant Smith. Heron. Mcthe island yesterday moi H( Bacup tried no fewer than l^ea". Miller. Miret. Berry inr' | | me that someday he is gnlnff eight howler-. Weekes bo* led 1 '>". overs for 31 runs without taking The They were well l>nnche,t together £cmp 61-21%. Rogue fll^t, midway between the buoy and the ivggy Nan 28.30%. Folly 509. WWtern mark hut soon after ( *nnet 60 34-.. Magwln 6B.10"t. Vantage pulled away and went < veUae 62 26,% Comet 48U r l. into the lead. Around the gdril 38.79'r and Vamaose 67 3S%. marh she was nhout a U ntiei ;,;;>•)'-. Reen M Mb'. <• %  .•! "I (y.Une /.eph>r ,. iM dawn fi Ml ..'"1 ClyMe !" 95% "D" Class: Buecanee.64.71%. Slnbad 60%. Imp 54.67'i Seablrd Olive MI,.. .... 6533. Va Thoradyke MJ1 64.29*4. The results ( r.ado racing are t a>ht Siarl V.n !" U. C.W.I. lAIBB-MDItf l>EPT. RE8IDKNTIAL BUMMER KCHOOL 1M1 AT CODRINOTON COLLEGE Jtrtt M> 28 H ts 7 />/>/1\ /us m#i \\b ceo \OHK;S i %  nilil APPLY NOW tc Resident Tutor. Bandy Hn-.i:. Chrial < tauth, (Tel: 8326) to avotri disappointin iilling r;ipldly. All places for women are ready taken. 1 Muise : $15. SPKAKERS AND SUBJECTS HE. SIR ALFRED SAVAGE. K.C.M.Q. .. with 5 batsmen out lor 29 runs. Including the wickets of Paiinudeau who scored 8 and Pepper 11. Peter Kippax. their captain F. HARROW. II S, | JI'IH.K .' B A. W !i CrntNKRY, iv wickel: A Stand (nftetd Played anrfther pnme m Whlt-Tueadav, this time against Colne Enfield won the lOS" and --ent Colnr m hg| on a nerfeci wifikat. The* :.. %  1 . i %  i rid run* hut fi" Mtr> i bring Rocking Chair II to BarImesmen were Messrs. badce, "The trip is a long one | A. Thomas and C. Harper. 11 lake TraffCir 1V No. 13 Do you know that the l-i.r You Travel the Smaller the Margin will be in case of Safety or Emergency Space made available by CANADA DRY for Safer Mstaetni. i nd logham shared in a fourth..... i rtand of id'*. Ah-/ IT-d 105 not out imd tnfnatn BO. ohii declared al 221 b I lets giving Enfleld 145 ininules to get the runs. Clyde Walcott look all four \. IckOtS for 65 run* In 15 oven Enfleld found run getting just as COrtni 183 for 4 wick-ts when stumps were drawn. Clyde Walcott led the way with it'l not out. Which followed hi. B'2 against Acciiiiglon on Monday. Ttpf central Lancrohlri and ">under wun John Bladon at the Rlbblesdale Leagues did not have : ,|ln /-ephyr. Mdppered any games OH Monday or TueaLeaODClc, nreskivsy. skippered bv day. George lload and Swajasep with The West Indies XI play at Noel Emlae at |he rtehn. The Hanioldwick on Sunday, but will raot was south about M I VOtS ba wHsKRII Everton Week<>> a* be strong .mil misty wind unsuitable has gjimes on Friday. Saturday for Tornadoes, and Monday At the start Vamoose and Cyabout ^i\ ntnOtiU. i r said. Well, tatting bat \to the raeln|| to in the f tune Ti. Oyi hme. skijiAtkin-on. Vmoi.e, skippered bj T e ,i d j Ho id, Fdni. red bj Perkins. MRS M CLARKE. BA .. V E DOUGLAS-SMITH. M.A. A dcK FRAMPTON DIt HRi CI HAMILTON, MA. t \ 1IOYOS, M.A. PROfXSBOR J. II. PARRY. M It y Ph n SIR JOHN SAINT. CMC O.B I-:.. I'd 1) RtV C S.WF.K B A. K II STRAW, Il A i JUDGE H. A. VAUGHAN r I. WAI. OTT A Provisional Tlmr-Tabb IDM 10 SB 10 30 10 JO %  fld Ralnho* Sunday's Tor %  follows: ria>* BHBPI WPI hi* mlaa. —ft Opening Addiix i'npu]:itlon Problems of West Indies W ffepretentaUve Institutions in j West Indies of Education The story of WeM Indian History Land Use; Inter-Colonial Trade l.ctgh Hunt — a Barbadian Writer? II. i imalra Rebellion and its Aftermath The Idea WO0l-CE--arr?E^ OPMiHZ GCTS r RiCW y'ROK\ PARIS,BO I CAN SELL IT SS.50--H0W ABOUT SOt 1 JEWELRY FOK MXR. MFE .W eKOTh£R-\-LAW HAWCTJSES rr-rro COST TWf?EE TWeS AS _AIUC*4 w ih* sia<£~ A8EN04 ii ALW4.V5 SELU.^ sowftiPiNi"'5"E ONLY USES TOS JONT AS 4 Blff: OFOPePATCNS %  N t NC A WAS FTOPPEO, > ^^OTMeR! %  STAKES >^j AS< Ate •%  j Tin' f0 t O* 1* e # Hi" 1 : — |T|i M Pint — i Gallon I Gallon U.l'MINTiM |n IS iiiiii.it-and no! only alopa lha pain bul alao UkM oul in aw*llln. otopa hl*adin( and tompaia narv Ir.llalion thrral-y urhi- oihn Itou MM f -u..d by PH.. fSJta H.adach-. N,,v„ U .M.. Backach.. Tonal I pallor.. lo.. of aoart-y. aabiniy. and Irrllabte dlapoaltl^n dal Mytea Irom your diuKflai lAlay und.r IhpoalilvlUSrSPtM H,lt. MKS4 Otop roar plla aalna and Iroubl.a or moM baCS oe mini of oinpiy i" 1 ">c*. ACID INDIGESTION? /A HiADACHE. too' Check both of once— -i Here's wlftit lo dot Alka-Seltser quickly clieck* acitmw\ Grey. Itark Grey. Oak Bruun. Cream. 'S* White. Tulip Green. Permanent Green: Matlnlo Flat White. Cream and Green: C'anrrete Palnl lo Gre>. Brlihl Red. Mid Green AIHO PAINT REMOVER for the tui removal of old Paint HAYNES CO., LTD. THE HOLLYWOOD Dress Shop As from Friday. June lt. lha new Hollywood In-ess Shop will IHopened at No. J, Swan st,,-. i i,.ii. C. E. CLARKE. Dreea-maklng after the latest Fashions will be executed ami Prampt Deliveries l.ll.ir ml.-.il Ynur Patronage Solicited IHIS CATHCART. Former Catter of the Modern Dresa Rhoppe. -.*,'-',V'.W#', FHEC BOOK whlrh ult. GOD'S WAY OF SALVATION PLAIN" Please write for ona .%  J Samuel Roberta. Gospel 0 TU.ok and Tract Sen-Ire. 9 Se. Central Avenue. BanJ> ger N. Ireland See Our Up-tO'the-Minute STYLllYGS for Spring 1951 l.tUIIS. MEN'S AND < 'HILIIItEVS SOIKS ALSO CLEANERS. POI.ISIII S AND BRI'SIIKS Made*





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111 WAY M \v :'9. isr.i R Mil! XIHI-. \li\n. \ II I' W.l I w \ CLASSIFIED ADS. ri IH l( MM II is FOR REvr I'l MSOWI Tl **-.. *d nUMOM ioa ror Bhrtht. Mamaga or IrK'I'i c'ia*.e b UH lot up lo to i..t. 0 will par word lor MAlioivil >ord TVinn c**H Pttcna Mwtm B*> and • pm JII) for Nail*** only afwr p.m. DBD %  I RTOtt—On ihc Bit. M.. Ml Thombur^ Cottaga. Th.. Christ OiurtK. Jams* I'rami. IUM MI Ma flirad Af SupMinlandciU of Prison al British Quaantl. Tha funaral laavra In. law ;ii.lfiKf at 4J0 at HUT H> ihr uitfrralRrtrt tx-g ihi.i,.gh I hi* medium to I hank all lhaaa who writ wra-altu and eards ur otharwksa tyi'.patMMd wiin ua In out rcrani btisja n —a w ntal ',cd through ihc d*-in of my dear husband Pr-nft Bet Lilian B*>t >W)fr<. Julius Li Isab-lla Claika 'Slum and family (American Pap**r. plMX it 5 SI -1 the tindatUgnad bag HI l.mi.lA Th* relative* o( Ihr late Yotisuf M Bulbil) la 'Cloth Merc ha nt of Sum United Co I gratefully ecknowIxdga ith drrpeat appnrtallon the varkm. mpreaaKKia of sympathy Irndered the-i and Ihai'k alt Ihoae h attended Iha funeral and -aril wieat'nt Zvhra Organ* >WMow<. I Bulbulia. M. ilulbuUa .(.n-lh-i-. A ll.4bi.ila Nrphrv. .t 11 — In liAMBl.lN-We the tmda*.igrird bag |g return tasaRRg lo the many Irlenda and >>mpat)ura. who aent ui wreath*. card*, and other token* of Hme||i| due to the death of our dear basovrd d.i.ght.r and uitrr Marie Hainblin h.> died M-v 30th ItSI The Han.blln ftatlli LkS pUU-b (.Of'OOL \V> bra through llu. madl'in! %  IVtWI lhanka • %  " rternal real %  red bi Mn. Carlotla Vearwood iWhW, Mi* Marguerite O iwn.limill}' il.ughlrri rhlMrei. 3.9.91—In FOIt SAIL UTOMOTIVl NOTICE CAB Morn. Oxford ItMB | %  %  %  ..i.ttadto. Caahar irrmi .nangm Dial Mat or M1 %  I %  CAB --O... f-ABII Banton working order 1 new tubr. l>i-l Jwood Whitapark lyfaa ., r ..i %  ama iiamCAHaV-lffdo Horn. M •0*0 mile. la*.'. Wol.eley II Salao•0.000 Miles Cord VI 1Mb Tourer Foil Royal Oarage Telephaaa—l fci.S M—as. •., CAR—Otr-irolaf -30.0M mllaa. Excellent lit ion A: Oolden Bulge. St Oeorga nr%  %  V* 29 i SI —5.1 prarlice from Tua>da>. ni' '!-> Jf> ttl-n 1IOI s|S tll .Mill INDl.tll AOBhll URAL BANK t(T |..| Ta ... •*:*"'" k-ldl- >a.,ultr Men. aiala.I I AKTII ORABI and RVTBIA1 rtaruilaai la || i.,,,1, TAK N'OTICE IBM I A the above Clantatlon am about lo oatauv a loan af d.t.M uortc. tn. prc.vi.tona oi Oie abava Act agam.t the aald FlanlaU-v i" reaped ,rf th, Agnoultural v-a. INI lo laot. No mamrv ha* been bnrrawad ur.de *Hr Agrfa-ultural AMI Art. lael or ine above Act In laapact of auch >ear Dated Ih.. ih da> of May. 1*61 Trmteaa. mat* of C T COX. Per A P COX At* ama-' turn %m ^: %  "I • i i„,| i !, %  %  Water and Electrv. f.can ;•! %  I %  m Iil Phone Oae A Gill 1MB %  *' T M ft M3n BOt'ItXlNE — RI La-., Vatlt At.mi t I jfc TIRAL R\\h ACT 1.11 T. Ih. rr.ail.r. haldiag .pi.n, |„aialnal IUUM). fai | g TAKE NOTITE *thtl**I Attomay. nt ih* above Plantation am about lo obtain ".'•" n ' ElO.OOt under the provtaiona of ine abova An ag^ln.i the aaid r.anlaItftl" t!? law**' "" Ar1tu,,,,, • l "•' No money ha* been borrowed under •n* Acrieultural Aid* Act. 1*09. or |Se. above Art in reaperi of .ucl. y*ar Jied thia Sam day of My, 1*51 • %  •**. Ealala of E. T COX. oar A P COX. 5* 1 51 U AMI II I -<**>, %  H —.d. ava* forda S real, a wo-4 tear! ,..,., Mag oa \m-dayt I1KLP KI.KCTKH AL li£FRJGErlATaR-Ona V 9 7 rubn toot Fllgid-irr r—lrlg-)..!..' A^ul II-,,.1,1 . ."„•.,< ..' e %  UtattM 'i Drug Store. Pnona Ufa—9144. 17 i II tin LIVESTOCK TWO YVEM.-nitr.D COWS due to calu 5tth Ma-, gave 50 and M pint. i*>per llvelt mth la.t ralvea Dial 4aW Clarendon Dairy Farm. Black Rock 59 5 M 3ii HORSE Hiding Horar. One half-br-d bay gelding t<\ "Battle ftanfCan be aeen •! Alkt-nedale Plantation. St Pelei MJ I] 3n MECHANICAL .r|\i.lll („ loving; man..r\ oi '". dear father Joarpt i fell anlrep May 3.1th llisn One year ha* paaaed iinre he fell %  ataRfN %  %  .orle* linger and cauar ua tear*. Now werebmken-heaitad and d'preaacd We thrive on consolation, he I. al %  -ill ill UN I Ii dearly beloved gr.-md mother Marlhii Headiw -^.l dtpartad Ihki utr on His Ma>. Ml Nol dead M thoae who loved her Nol loal but gone baj f O r i Iv-/ iDauglilei G.~tlrcy %  C.Tnjnic. Cora. Vie Omnil Chlldici.' IWI-s i: !..vlng memory ol mv daa< nuaband Jarne. Imu*. who died on Zttli M. l4*> raw with Ch.lat HI* bll*i ll.ll.k. Though aundered no* In death yon he FOr In )iiv heart I Ihink ,.1 -' %  i Nol |u-t lodav but each day through. M.idelrnr Inniw nod fan.lk a* 5 51-1) I.OVI' A I Ol Ml LOST SWEEPSTAKE TICKET nOOK-Serlc I S4M-MR and receipt rinan pleate teturn *ame to Ml*Daphn. Mm.. Richmond • Gap. St Michael GOVERNMENT NOTICE liriM.il Siiriit'oii—Mrnlal Hfrtpilal APPLICATIONS are Invited for the (non-pensionable) post of 1)1 VI \l. S1KGEON IO the Mental Hospitnl. The Dental Surgeon Is required to visit the Hospital at le9t once u week and to be rrspotviMr ta extracting, .illiiifc. scaling ai .1 cleanlnn patients tc*-th Inxtrun.cuts, drugs and materials are supplied b.y the Utrital I Applicant must rtate ItM fqtitred for :— (1> fxlrarllan* |2 rillliil (klmplel (3) Healing and C'leaninE Application:! nu->t r"ach the Bwn t ->•Ofl i | B tr than June 114k. 1951 2H.5 51 2n. GRASS CUTTEBa — Mauejr-Karrla i and 9 ft. immediate dalivenei. Enquiri. SollcMad Courleay Garage. Dial 4919 21.9 51-• I'Ol'LTKV COTKREI-S A f. White leghorn (ickrel. Imported Dial 1104 IT.a.M—an PnjJTTS: 100 American Barred Rock Sev Puiiau iliva week, okli Brad for %  parial meal and egg pioductlon Apply Harold W-id. Gi-..tle. Road, St. Michael. 5-5l-Jn MISCELLANKOUS ANT1QIT-S — Ol every dearrtptlon cia*. China, old Jewel*. Una Silver Water-colour. Early l-mki, Map*, Autograph* elc, al Corringea Anllgue Shon, adjoining Royal Yacht Club 3 a 50-t f n IIAKGAIN Ladlea Bi Modern and %  > %  good %  uial coat Phono—MOa OAI.VANIWJJ SHEETS-Brat ou.HI' new aheet. Cheapeat In the W-.n* 0 f| 5 1, 7 ft 1~MM. g ft M Tli tl.it-. 10 fl W 40. Nett ca.h Ballar burr• A. BARNES CO. LTD. ( ^^ f ^ IJITDN S TEA rTeali Miln partlcularlv iwipulai Tr, B hatid. of Otil grocer • %  I Jthti f HitaiM.. lid AaW luntai v II—* POOLS POTTERY J-l "*•'*'/'. Mb B II V OUTRAM Attorney. 39 5 51Sn %  ARM Aims (NIIRAI ant II tt in"n ,,.%  gggai mm ,„. MI rauad intll I irtbai nvttra IS 3 911 NOTICK Rl-I LTH IH 1 III 1 i.i/i UKtalM. if the HI -uka 1 Old iv>> M Mil A MM Ind C 4M 3rd C 191 4ih ,\ m th C 111 ath A 151 Tth B 4M •ill A MM •W B 3M Wih B 419 Luckv holder* of the-e numbers are •k.-l < %  • .all at Si Luke* II nv week-day 9 a m In 3 p Ml for their iiiir-> DARKIJTVn-COSTA VAt'tiltAV It 9 31 In HAIIRJNC.Tl) I H,U in: LICENSE NOTICE The MRllaafaBR Dt Eli.r Harri* of Church Village St Philip R primi*alo.i to nil Spirit*. Mall Liquor*, air at • board and ntVfinlM ihofl -M.-'lie-l lo ie>Idence al Church Village St Philip Dated Ihl39th dav ol M..y 1991 To: A W HARPER. Kaq AH Police MogMrate, i %  F.I.ISE 1IAHR1S. ApptU M N B—Tin* iippll-alkin will lie cnna.d <-ied lit a I.Kc.i.in* CWIrl lo he held ul • %  oi--e Court B rtioa] D i Ml M II o'clock a m A W IIAHITJI \ I'nlKc M.iaiatrale Dtatri-t "C1 %  ri. mvAirr "" r %  I Mag mi HIIUK To In lamll) Appi> berora 10 la the monilng or aPei 5 si-m i .%  .-. MlSCELLANtOLS WANTED TO RENT TWO BEDROOM furnlaked apa •BWMI | ..T T',I-(-.1 %  ),. %  i Ti ,: %  J -. loan Raaaonable rental tam^k7 Rl.-leur At* API 3, Montreal. Ourbe. Mr*. U RiaWu a; 3 51 In WANTED TO BIT. SHARKS Mw n-u.n-r. Sha.aIn the 11 R..nH .i^nia II 50 4TM at 3 51 In — %  %  I — NOTICE Re Evlale <>l HTNA AUOt'SIA Ul'SHEl.i. Deeeaaadi NOTICE is until!! (JIVEN th.it all per to ii* having an> debt or claim* .igainil the Ealate of Whlllemimi A Buahall decaaaad. lale of Thoipr Collage, St Oeorga in Iho iniiUi of it Oeorga in inn Inland who died in lliihadna fan the 13ih day of Drceniber 1990. are nqi.r'ird lo arnd In particular* of Ihelr claim* .lu.v atteatad to the undamgnad QlllUll Connel! of (iaidan 1 .,n,i, Counlr* Road. SI Michael, on or before Ihe I11i day Of July. 1B3I alter arbMl date I ahall procred to dxlrtliute the %  Otata of the decea**d among tha panic* entitled thereto. Haling legard only to ,u.h claims of which I ahall then h- • had notice and I will not be liable for lluasset* or any part Ihrieot ao distributed lo any parson of w t ioaa debt or claim I shall not then have had notice. And a I persons Indebted la UM MM estate are raqueatad lo aetlle their In debtednaaa without delay. Ilated llu. HI day of May. 1*91 GERTRUDE ISABELLA CONNKt.l Qualified eeeulrl. of Ihe Estate al Augusta Bu-hrll. Or.cite-1 I 5 51—4n Uqi'OK LICENSE NOTICK The appllCaU ( CleoruH's "prlngeof Hoiinfl-lheTii.il. Si Pater Hie p.-rrhaser ..I Liquor License No 304 of IBM granted to la re*pect of a board and shingled Shop with everile roof and shed I .1 ihe-Town. BI Peter lo remove said I board and shingle Shop with everlia root .in.1 -lied atlnched at Goddlng%  .nt.town. St Peter and to use said License at *uch la*l de-crlbad Ilited Ihi* V1 "' Ml %  M *V 1*51 ROLAND EIiwAHDR Aat; for C BPRINOnt Applkani To SYDNEY II M-HSE E-l Police Magl.trate. Illst %  T. N B This -ppllcation will be con.idered at a Licensing P"""" ,rt * held on Wednesday. h day of •>•""• ..clock am al Pollee Court. SYHSF.V II NURSE M -^" S U M in ADVERTISE IT PAYS BUILDINGS FOR SALE HARRISON COLLEGE AND QUEE N'S CO LLEGE Rcmnvnl of Oliite of Secretory.Treasurer As from ihf Iff. of June, 1951. the oflit-t Ol ttM s-.nl.'^wr ta the '"'MTiiing liodios ,.l Hiirrlson CnllfK.' ami Queen's CoUffffdJ "ill !*• Mlti.il-'l ;it H;irTisOH Colli-gt(In ttM liuiltlniK .Ktjmiiini; ttM llfiulma^ler's residence). pUpUl of i-iiher school will be received a9 follows:— AT HARHISON OOaaLSOKl on Mondnys, Tuesdays and Wednesdays BOO a.m.—12 noon Friday?. .. 9.00 a.m.—12 noon Saturdays 9.00 a.m.—10.00 n.m. AT QI'KEN'S <()LLi:Cir on Thur-idays 9.00 a.m.—12 noon All chetiucs for feet In respect of pupils of these schools must be dniwii Ir. favour of the ••Treasurer. Governing llody, Harrison ColIMB QlMtn'l College." 29.5.31—2n. USED & MINT STAMPS At the Caribbean Stamp Society, No. 10, Swan Street. 285.51.—3 ii. %  O af.i.-'.>t ROCK >n ae tpnnger< as I i "i>*lt raspanslbke for her 1 r, jlailtll r t >i-tn W N ROCK. HUidabury Road. St Mi. h*aj Tha public are herb, warned agalsn l-smairvrt ka MJ nainv a. I g*j ru>l hoi n.isalf resp.i>lbli i i-sg an detst or deMa in my iwme unle i a smttaw ir .lei •igned bv me LINCOLN .m sur Scarborough Land. %  %  -I Churtl 3? 9 51-in The public are hereby wanted afa I ting credit to my wlfa CAM PRE! A lAaaa -nee Saigawnn as I t r> > *ell re-aaoi. uhle for her or anyone el* r. Iractuul am debl or debt : %  nlaaa by a arillen ordri .Igned !>} *M IJX. Ml IHKI Garden Land. St Muhael IV Ii-Jn Tha public ara he**b) warned agaimi gi.uig credit to my mfe lANTUT JONF It.e Waldroni aa 1 do nol hold my*rl( T. ;• %  Mfe I l.x h.-r ~-i BJtJSMM %  • v>" liariing any debt or aXrt* In m • n*n>c til.tea* bv a wrllten order .I|IIM by me ^aCOsTTA JONES. Shopkeea.. Vaushall Chi,.' 1* J 31 in < altandon uf Use Public i* direrled MOTH Iapiwaruii In the Advaeata paper of Saturday Ihe Ui.i %  mbei* ItM. Warning again*! gi< I | %  11 Utaaa Mvlnj MI signed br ine. Thi* nusicr was never i .i.n ho-d* ao-d. KAt III mi i.iNewbuty. %  %  (H ssTga M-Jn TAKE NOTICE COLLEEN T haj_fJ OAJ' at EDIBLE PRODUCTS LIMlTaS). a rompaiii Incurporaled uiutei Ihe laws ol Ihe Island of Jamaica. Manu farturars. whoaa trade or business oddTaa* i. Ptisdurer !• ,ail West End King.t..,, Janulca. Brill*h Wr*t Indie* hat applied for the regftratlon of a trad.; ri %  P.n ~A" Bd Resflsiar m raapect of common map detergents and all preparation* for laundry purposes and also in reasyrvt of perfumei). in. lull, -g miUt arlh-les preparalton* for Ihr leeth and hair .nd perfumed Msap. and will he i ..tili.-.l la regi.le. Ihe s.une all. i Ihe 39th day of May. 1991, imlra* HtM p.r~.. .hall in Ihe meantime Ik. in duplicate to im^ at my oltlre or TheHade mail ran be ican on application al my TAKE NOTICE CORONET igtiiiera. whose trade m biiunesa .iddreat Producar Road. We.t End K l Rga S Oi inu.lca. British West Indie, hat ..ppllrd legi.lralson ol s Irsde mark 9i PI III It SALES SHIPPING NOTICES REAL ESTATE PCNRIT1I MSMsa .. ,,., Nth Avenue and Michael Standing on 11 M0 .quare lea' af land Tha house is built ol -tone -nd contain* diawmg dining hraakfast %  oonu and kitchen downstairs, three ladniami loilat and bsth uaas.lt Utiial modem cnnvenlencaa. Oa**gs and seryaut* room, kg vsrd Inspection r.e.v da. loaoapt Sunda .pi-nn.-..! Dial 3tt9 The il-.ii will be art up foi sale H Public Competition al our ofnee "> Lucas Street. Hridgetowr. on rYMay. Iha MOVTRIA1.. AI -STRA'.IA, NEW ZEALAND LINK. LIMITED > %  w.i >*4 i sau 13th May. Adelaide 2t-|> Ha] \:.....IMI %  :. .' .i. Hi..(>_... H.-r June. Sydney 33rd June, aiming at Trinidad during the la'ler hall „l J„l*. and proceeding I hereafter ta Barbadoa and In addil.on lo grneial cargo this vaaaal I and hard flulen infg i : % %  <-.< on uunugh Rilia of La4ta foe transhipment at Tunldad to Il.lt1-h Oulaiia, l.reoaid and Windward Wfaaag I'oi further particulars apply — rt'RNggw. wmiY a co, LTD. trssklstavg. CARRINOTON a. SEA IV Rollcisnr* It 9l-9n LAND T l*r*c M-il* .( .., %  .! -: %  %  led in Tudor Riidge (, i. ngaw bg Hall Comri 11.000 Apply II Muart on Premi-r. %  | M 1 I'rtlVATE INVEHTllll . invr.t up b] %  ft rile Bon No X Y Z C It Sil In TAKE NOTICE DREAM Tri.i SOA" A Elillll.i: PWOOOCT1 I IMITTIV I 0 ls*gaa t | the laws ol the l.land of Jam faclurer* whose trad* . Prad.icer Road West Ehd. Klngaton Jamatea. British West tn.1i.has apphrd lor iha icgi.tr-ti.m ol a ilade mark >1 Part A af IteaiMer i .eipect of com mon soap delersspnts and a i>iei. ii. I tar laundry purposes and also in resprof prrfume.y uwluduuj I..IU1 ..i.il. preparalion. for Ihe taeth BB perliimed *.^p. ..nd v. Ill Be .nl.1l.-1 I rrgli'rr Iho same alley one monln from Ihe Jtth day of Mat. 1991. urUaaa *om persor shall bi Iha %  sttfll ,u dLii>ii..ie lo lie al m. ollVo a cppoiilion of Ihe Island uf Jan, ..cliirers. whose liade or l.uslnr.s ..ddresProducer Road. Wr.l aa.d Kinist -n lamatra. British Waal Indies, haa applied ui the regl.liatl.tn of .. U...I. art 'A" of Register in ran. noli snap detergent* and all pri r laundry ptirpoaea fad %  !*•• m raaPfrt paeisRNtry, including lotttt am. i-. iep.irallon* for the leeth snd hair niul -ifunted soap, and will IM> an III led I. .gidei the me allei a I.e 3th da. of May. Ital. unle-.. sornlu tha met lil|>llc..l 1.. Of] I LaMdg % %  H MIR << % %  • %  < M < %  Ml II WILLIAMS. negi.lrar I 11 at 3 ui ; TAKE NOTICE CAMEO That SOAR %  rnini i ilKH'HT. [sastuftrt, syhowln i bug i i* PiodiM-er Road. Wr.l End. King Jamaica, Hiltl.h West Imlle* ha* applied for the reglilialiuri of s trade mark .n Part "A" of ReglBlei in renpe-l ol Coat mon soap drtrrgan'i and nil preparations for laundry purpose* an I a!'" iriliik totht Itreparnliona foi the teeth and han i peifumed soap, and will ha rnlilled legUter Iho ...mr alter OfM rnonth Ir Ihe lath .i-t .,1 May, lt.il. unleai so liison shall in Ihe ITuMUBM Icale ,i I Mh day ,.f Ma; TAKE NOTICE H Y G E A ml SOAJ 1 A EDIMIJl I'ltoltflT LIMITED ... pat .ted under Iha laws of Iha Island ol Jan ., I—turn.. hi>* Hade or hu.lnesa addrr. IViad. Weal End. KlngK.m Ja.iunia. Itilllsli WeM Indie*, haa applied f..i iha Kgi.ir.itiun i .. ti. % %  Part A 1 of Reglilcr in re.i-r, i ,.r (*] mon -tap detergent* and all On lor laundry purpoaas and %  Lta preparation* for tin* ti-clli mill h i.itMu.d .oop. and will h. I %  %  i I'. II"" 111Tttli da> of M.s IMI prtsni, shall In the meii.tlni. in dliplU-ale lo ... ,t m ...I|I. %  mini ui .I,, I .I-KI.1I.IU.II, The 11,nl seen on application at m< ggRBt Dated llih i of Mav. 1*31 un.1 lAMfl TO-DAY'S NEWS FLASH If Book of Ihe Weal il CoUsslrtSf of Ihe Inr hiding ti i Uahama* and IM K \ H n "" '••••' Knem r./t.g. nm A ipot|rM ,., %  ..( CattMBJ Hi.he. Pa JOHNSONS STATIONERY A IIAKIIWAKE grayf. and DA coarA g* CO LTD Bndg. BW I. HI Kilt*. Mont and Nevis. Sailing the l J W I ACHOOtfUl OWNERS AWIOCIATION line ConHgnaa. Tele No. ettT JC5SSSSeetSS W Mcoa, ShuwtAhipCoNEW TOR** BEUV1CI HNDHA Ball* lath Mat Aiuve. Hail— %  >. Vth Mav. tttl A MTEAMsWA Sails gth June \M .e, ll.rt-.l... Itlh Jure IMI NEW ORLEANS RERVICB %  • "4UUAI ills Kin Mat Arrlvea Bartvsdo* 1st B S • %  AU'fl* PATRIOT' Balls -tth M .. Arrive. Barbadoa 19th B tl." -iA poi-AKIS Hall. 13th Juno Arrives Bartudo. Mth -^L f ANADIAN SJRVHE -in in no i m 11/ ..\ ml K(. < v; i >i.\ Mm 'in. Mai Will June lllh trrl.i. %  *•* Mav *lh Jurw Mm Jl ""' "* %  ROBERT THllM LTD. — NEW YORK AND Gt'LF SERVICE. \i TI \ n v COSTA a> CO. LTD—CANADIAN SERVICE Sft'GUENAY TERMINALS 1 AXAI.IW SI.KVU K Kriim Hiilifnx \ S. At Munlrral LnADIN(J DATES rt-fjorN BUNWHI1 -.1 Mill I A M--.H %  MM Halifai 3D Apr, M MM IT May J0 Mae I* June 17 June U.K. SKKVICh Trom Nfwpurl. lirisiul, LiwT.MM.I und <;1B%KW RaWgMI PSM 4 Api lip.'] %  J ArrWal Dales Apr. 14 Apr Api May IT May SI May 0 June I'.K. & CONTINhNTAI, SKRVICK i.riNnoN M.tniNER • Iwerp R-ilrraam laadea Apr n Apr M Apr I ipeneg Arrival Isle* Isridaslewn. K..I....I — A k f ill* | PLANTATIONS UMITH) — Phone 47(0 PASSAGES TO EUROPE Conlacl AntIIlet Prinlucls, Umltrd. ROHCBU, Dominica, for Muling lo Buropgj f.iitniKhtly. The uaual oortt of call art liuilni, l..n inn. of liniii -ul.tiii. Single fare £70; uiua) rtnlui-tlun Jut ihi.iln II on in: \4rnri ## ISM NEWS TO HAND THIS WEEKCANADIAN ELE CTRIC IRONS & TOASTERS Till: I IM II 11 I tllMMIII M I ..ni. r 1.1 llr,..„I a Tudor Strrrlfl CUT THIS oir POST SI III Al I I'OSIll.l II V I I S II I l< I It I IMT Jl \L. I5l.il X.H. -V lit-ri-.ii, a ui' Inland r I 'rnpirillu if. £*&* 10 CWT CLA5S OFFKRS ARE INVITED FOR ALL OR ANY OF THE VALUABLE FREEHOLD BUILDINGS OCCUPYING THEVl'HOLEOFONESIDE OF THE MARKET SQUARE IN ST. GEORGE, GRENADA. FOR DETAILS Apply to:P.O. Bo* 6, St. George. GRENADA. In view of Ihe Island 1: crease, the abwve repisaanl* a spier.< id opportunlV/ any -(IO-AHEAD NOTICE WE WISH TO ADVISE OUR CUSTOMERS THAT OUR PARTS DEPARTMENT WILL BE CLOSED FROM FRIDAY, 1st JUNE TO MONDAY 4th JUNE 1951, BOTH DAYS INCLUSIVE, FOR OUR ANNUAL STOCK-TAKING MWD'ING ESTATES k TRADING CO., LTD. ECKSTEIN BROTHERS BAY STREET ',v,v.v//-'.w/iw.v.v/.'/-! -K?w,i$i DIAL42U f Class of corn-spoiidcnce Inland Empire Fore.*., Remark* Cents Cents LETTERS Not rxi-PffliiiB 1 or. 3 4 g l /.or part 2 | Maximum weight 4 lot P08TCARD8 (cn.h) 2 2 1 Max size 6" x 4" I Min. .. 4" x 1* PRINTED PAPERS A BOOKR ifarcepf RftripopfM) Nol %  >.' BsMlni 4 <". 2 — Maximum v.. | tufa ailftitional 4 OEB. or part 1 — 1 Inland r. 11. 1 Empire .'> Not excocdinit 2 ois — 2 .1 fMir-'ign 4 „ each additional 2 OR*, OT purl — 1 1 1 NEWSPAPERS 1 Not exceffdina 0 OB*. 2 — __ ) Maximum weightr *MOB adilllional 6 zn or part 1 — 1 Inland lbs. 1 Empire 5 „ Not cxcocdlnu 2 OES. 2 2 1 Foreign 4 each additional 2 ou, or part — 1 1 1 COMMERCIAL PAPERS Not f xceedlng 4 o. 2 — each additional 4 ou, or part 1 — i do. Minimum charae (for 12 oz.) each additional ors or part i—. 5 1 — I 1 SAMPLES Or MERCHANDISE Not exceeding 4 o*# t — M..xinium weight: each additional 4 H %  I %  1 — f> 11, Kinpinf> -,!:J: 1 Mf a Ki.n-ign 1 .. tjjetl iidctiiional 2 oEt or part .. — 2 LITERATURE FOB THE BLIND 2 Ibi. or part 1 1 i Maximum weight II II.%  MALL PACKETS Minimum charge (for 10 OEB) .. 10 i^ 1 Maximum weight 2 Ibfl each additional 2 OEB. or part — 2 3 ( (No service to Canada) INSURED BOXES Minimum charge (for 10 oat.) 20 30 ( %  •-* w each additional 2 OZB. or part 4 l Registration compulaory. $168.00, or part, of value REGISTRATION FEE 4


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I'M.I TWO Ccuiib gatting BARBADOS \UXtn VII Tl'l si' \% M w M I ' H IS EXCTI i KM Y the Govma -i\dge ac%  IIM b) the Governor*? A.D i Vaughan at%  d the third and final Tost be* Barbados and Jamaica at i Kton Oval yesterday after %  \lll OMM Spartan, this year'* Q will present the trophic* ".on to the winners sen.mi and Third Division rotnpetltioni Spartan, linn, %  Notre Dame h thl* %  flarnonn. Back Ho**H, anii Mr* Colin Ilcllamy il #nd iliatr young son re\imas) '•'" Si Kills on Sunday tn <-* hle l Opcra•1VI tionS, Shell Leaseholds DIsCo flaw in from TnniLatda? *>> B.W.I. A. Hart OO a short visit, he is staying at the Paradise Beach Club Coming in by the same pi, ARTIES HEKOLINC I Sfvfnjy.fifth Anniverwry lUivirh Kiinfri t fitter* | Bird Here IJON V C. BIRD' Member of *1 the Antigua Legislature is ,it present in Barbados on a short visit He arrived on Sunday evening by B.W.I A. and is u Edward Fitzhugh Rueat at Indramer Guest House daughter. They have .1 tan-day holiday In Barbados, also staying at the Paradise Bearh Mr Fitzhugh Is i iniiiniK sjaologiat. Ill* home is .11 Idaho Accompanying them •rn Trinidad was Mr. Donald B. Gillies of Cleveland. %  %  just visited Venezuela Intranatt Jhrmigh Trlni-** Few Daya %  CV C J KAMCHAKAN of Si other Buests at Indramei are Mr and Mrs 1 Harban. Mr. Bonn Id Greshatn. Mis Louui Cart. Mi. and Mrs. R. J. Narayn Singh and Mr. nnd Mrs. A Aha mad. Mr. and Mrs. Harban are here for twelve days holiday He is *ith the Simplex Time Recorder l[o.. Ltd.. in Port of Spain. Mr. tiresham and Miss Carter who R EV C J KAMCHAKAN o( SI •"* %  from Grenada are returning Thomas Vicarage. Chagua** t" 01 co^ny to-day Mr Singh nas arrived from Trinidad vester* u pawn broker and jeweller "' dav morning bv B.W.I.A. to Tuna Puna. This is Jiis second *prnd a few davs holiday in Barv *'l to Barbados. He was first bados. He is staying at Lisledale. here in 184V Mr. and Mis. Wort! tag Three Week* A RRIVING by B.W.I.A.'s morning flight from Trlnl1 e-terduy was Mr W. E Ferine of the Attorneys of I .., %  .,,^ l.iu ii. Porl of Spain. Mr. Fcrrelra aspects to be here (or about three >(e is staying at Aquatic Gardens Guest House. American Mission C OL and Mrs. Marcus Fllnter >' m who had been hobdaylng in Following the Display there Barbados for the past two weeks, will be a Netball Match between slaying at the. Paradise Beach the School'* Tirst and Second Club returned to Venezuela yesNetball teams. Admission terday morning by B.W.I A. A Adults IVChildren HI Col H inter is with the Ameri-* can Mission in Caracas. 6. (J.S. Conaul Genera' Trinidad Nurses A>|ISS ri(ANCIS CAMPBEI.i Ahamad have been here since May 16th and return to Trinidad JUMP 1st. where Mr Ahamad is proprietor of Transport and ConIi.M ting business. Display of Gymnastics O UEEN'S COLLEGE Gymnastics Display will be lepeated II Queen's College for the public on Friday. June 1st. 1951. at '130 nd Miss Marion Taylor, two staff nurses at the Colonial Hospital. San Fc-nando. who have already lieen here for two weeks Mill have another week's holiday Afore returning t< Also with them an • %  Kuriolpho and be friend Mi— Eli/ both Lequay They are all guests at Pyda Wat. r M H. ROBERT r. HALE. American Consul General in Port jf Spain who arrived from St. Vincent yesterday morning by •S.G Airways leaves to-day for St. Lucia by B.W.I A Eta is making a tour through the Leeward and Windward Island*. Me las already visited Grenada and vhen he leaves St. Lucia he will visit Antigua and the Virgin stands before returning to his headqu:r' completed at the end of the yeat and raffled. The money received has been used to buy a secondhand typewriter for the children's instructions. In August 1950. Mrs R. M. Jones resigned the Presidency of th< School She will continue a' %  member of the committee. St. Vincent and St. Lucia M RS W H BARNARD came in on B.G Airways flight from St Vincent yesterday morning to spend two weeks holiday In Barbados staying at the Marine Hotel. Mrs. Annie Barnard and Mrs. F Barnard arrived from St. Lucia on Sunday. They are here for one week, staying at the Crane Hotel Other passengers on the St. Lucia plane on Sunday were Mrs Bernard Moore and her daughter Heather. Mrs. Moore had been spending a holiday with her parents. Mr. and Mr*. Freddie Potter in St. Lueia Week-end Arrivals M R HERBERT ALLEYNE arrived from Trinidad over the week-end to |oin his wife and family who are already in Barbados. arriving by the same ere Mr. and Mr*. Virgil Hailing from Missouri at present living in BarVenezuela where Mr. Smith!* an engineer. They plan to spend s week in Barbados staying at the Windsor Hotel. Ken Farnum, Barbados cycle champion also returned over the week-end after taking part in the Trinidad evele races. Incidental Intelligence T HE difference between gross income and net is. in nontechnical language p 1 e n t y.Richard Armour, London Express .Service plane i Smith. they ar celoi mi; AIMf;.\IMIIS OF rip.\ 8? BY THE WAY By Beachco.nlter Eta El (c '.pe-ta plan. Stall a M fraefre. . S HALL |ra not sing the old %  in' today, when it Is announocd that < bl u a-4OTd gtrll are more intelligent than bro*m-eyejt< ones"? In the ywuth of the world, a fat lot anybody cared about the intelligence of girls, or whet he%  ill answer the Forty Million ft neaU oni "Coma inte my garden, that I may make the roses Jealous." That is the way to talk tO the delightful ninnies not "Com* 'Into my library, thai I may make the books jeur-ir Ihiflmnrl Hhlnkon For Frying Pun He aNcflctf fiat" she brake the CQU over Ms head. item.) •The yolk i s on you." commentixi %  Swedish sailor cour\ Surprint' for Ihf Driwr A N article about Paris, which talked of the independent habits of the ta\'-drivers, omitted to mention an effective wa: to deal with ihem. It was discovered by the famous wit Tristan Bernard -lump in," replied Bernard. "Ill drive you Ihcre myself for ten" Mr*. I'u. if,aSumn Up True love perrilts Thrnuuh hopes and lean, Ai-d the accidents Of the passing years; Hut a lore thai coolt When a nose arts cauphr In a bou-ler hai Is a rhino o,' nauufif. Refrain: Wifti my rife-rol-derido. L And my n/V-rol-aV-rau. Ill I'll--//!:; I HAVE been reading with pleasure and profit wtaa Old .'rtbnr Machen's n-i m.l biography. I knew bin well lei thousand years ago, and l havi Walfcad from Newport to Abergavenny. through his land ol Gwent (he was born at Caerlconon-Usk). Today I notice that authors are bemoaning the difficulty of making money out of Iheir book*—to me it has beer not a difficulty but an impossibility; let them learn that Mnchen made, out of eighteen book' published between 1881 an1922, six hundred and thirty live pounds. That is a tiille 0VS1 fifteen pounds a year for fortySENIOR COMPETITION The Evening Advocate invites all school-boys and school-girls between the ages of 12—19 Io send in a humorous essav. story or poem on Ihc subject of "CAMELS". Entries must reach the Snarl SUry Editor Advaeate <'•., Ltd.. City, not latei than Wednesday every week. Tin best composition each week will !*> puhlishrd in the Evening Advoralr nnd the winner will receive a prut of books or Stationery to tht value of 12'8. Send this coupon with your story. SENIOR COMPETITION •Mayor's horse SICHIIOUM olnrfinlus. .i dl iver how much he would charge to take him to a certain suburb in n hurry. •Twenty francs," said the driver. Name Age School Horar Address JUST M\ . CONTINENTAL PRINTED BEMBERG SHEERS IN RARE and EXQUISITE DESIGNS Tilt' I'fl-fl-fl Sll,mil,;!. %  ,., M,,l,l ,,,lEV/1NS & WHITFIELDS Anna Neagle Tops Poll For Fifth Time F oR the fifth lime Anna Neagle has won the Picturegoer annual film award for the year's in performance bv an %  11 was tor her acting in Odette %  J voted by British illm%  or* the outstanding perform.. c. of 1950. Tor his part in The Mudlark Mac Ciiinnesa heads the list of actors and receives the men's avard for th e first time. Mis s Neagle got 19 44 per cent (l the votes "ant for actresset; Bctte Davis (All About Eve) 14 57. Betty Hutton (Annie Qtfl IB) 14 41. Gloria Swanm n (Sunset Boulevard) 4 10. Jean Kent (The Woman in 2 89. Anne Baxter (All About Eve) 2.S6. Jean Simmon*—Seventh They were followed by Jean Stnmons (The Clouded Yellow), Margaret Loekwood (Highly DanAva Gardner (Pandora id the Flying Dutchman), Hcdy imarr (Samson and Delilah). Voting for actors was: Alec ninneas. 6 87 per cent: Willian. s inset Boulevard). 8.19. rff Chandler (Broken Arrow). 33. Trevor Howard (Odette.). 35. John Mills (Morning Depaiire), 4 34; Howard Keel (Annie et Your Gun). 4 03. FOOTNOTE.—Frederic March has won the 1951 Barter theatre award [or the finest Broadwayperformance in hi* roles lr. Lflllan Hcllman's The Autumn Garden and the adaptation of [haaa'S An Enemy of the People. B.B.C. Radio Programme i is aa a m programme MSI Th Editorial.. tSim Oanai%  11 v SpraKin*. 1 • am Ton> Jonn Trlu %  00 am Do You RvmambarIII a in MitUr ProOi Th* film* IS %  m ThinH "', Tl"-' Ttnna*. %  •Sam Lciur From Anwnr. I* a m TH Ham. 10 a i Horn* Km rrom BriUln. S IS a m Ctaa* D-ian 111* am Protramnir Parada. IIS a aa Ll-a>*rfc Chok*. II *S a m Raport rrotn BriUiiv 11.06 noon The Nw*. Il.lt P " N*- Analy.1.. 11 IS p m Clow Down l.ll—*** aai — !. m iwiiTi inn ss SIIOI* Lower Broad Street -:Upstairs Ovar Newsam't BATHING SUITS 4 11pm Souvmlra of Miulr. BJI Compna*r. of in* Wl. S IS p N1 StMordn. AM p.m. Muair lU spl T l iM pin W*1U> Macarlnr. S4S pm aramma Parade. i.aa_n aa a m — -\ vi m :n '! 1 SO p IT AT.I.H-.V %  NUM. T4S pm Kadi Tha O Th# Ntw>. T 10 p m. N**H IS P m Wl Indian Gurat pm Gancrall; ptiki>4 100 S. amraaL ll> D" ••< .lth SW p m Inlrrluda .... Tha Ediimiala. S 0 p n> hVport rrom BrIUin. VIS pm BIK Smtli.h Vaiialy Or. hvlra IS 00 p m Tha Naw. IS 10 p m Inlarluda. 10 IS p v\ OP* Million Pound. A Waak 10 *i o m Pailival ta Hnlaln. 11 00 p Its l-.i'.i S nfeSfa Orchartra. C B.C. PBOOBAHMC TUESDAY. MAY St. 1*31 10 00 pm 10 11 pm Na* 10 15 p m — 10 SS p m Canadian Chronwla. 11 IS Mci 11.11 M SPARROWS TOOK OVER RIGHTS HAMILTON, Ontario. A pair of sparrows took over %  quattCffa* rinhts in the postal box at the home of William Yeardye He cooperated by putting %  sign on the box: "Please leaee mail under door; birds have taken ovar." Shortly after, there were four eggs ir the box. Rupert and the Ice-flower—37 LADIES' SATIN LASTEX with Strap. aUo Staples* One place stiles and Two piece slylra from SI1.S8 COTTON—Two piece $ . TAFFETA f taea f 1.tt NYLON |1*. It GIRLS 1 From 1 Ut 4 years Fram 5 to 8 years From I to 12 years from M i.'i from R 54 from S3 35 BOYS' 1 year *Hr 2 jemr ix S year sb. < U %  J.rt SATIN LASTEX SITS 11 !5 11.41 SS 25 (DIAL 2310) Pi A/A THEATRE -r.Klin.i im\ \ Ik -BORN BAD" 1AB/W II|-II:I MVSTIBTl 1 8ho. T..-d-i mam DuuUla %  III IIMfll WED A THURS S Monogram Doubia ^i>MIL ___ pirpj rrd (oi uraagi thins 'hj; %  to hjppan. ^ OJI ol ihe \l i t \ lo.i Dorothy laiiiout ,0 ,..... m "RtSl." oy.r a. "5n down Then wish h.:d." Bur<" ..he •. Told nt ihr tlrdK* %  Mai !or*.til rstl %  maaj % % % %  l.b. do VOX ALEC QU1NNI >^ AM IMsrasal < iiossuonn VIM." rm in ROOM an is Itir trls oaa l. oiK-u caiiran. I I %  1 Mina lit u; i I A>l VI H I I.I H CINEMA (Mmb*rtOnly) Ml Ml. H \ AT %  SOKL COWARDS tin itroNi>Hin m \KT" HSrtaH CEUA JOHNSON NOEJ. COWARD A ltn> tfnrnmal lntniioi>ai P*k. UATtNKR Hi\lIIAV al '. am. II>M.II\V a IIIIK-OAI NIC HI il Dtl SprX'IAl. MATINHF. ATt IIIIAV ^Hrl\lM, .1 I HI .. rlurh YVONNE Dr CARlXi %  HOWARD Dl'IK m i vi \wn JAM: ANO MM BASSTHIS WILL END YOUR SKIN TROUBLE GLOBE TO-DAY, S.H .1S P.M LAST SIIOHIVI. LETTER FaOM AN UNKNOWN WOMAN Joan FONT N!\:; tmH JOUB DAN TO-MOBKOW *ND llll R-IHV 4.I-. \M> A I; BUD ABBOTT IOUCOSTELIO-^ V/ AND CORVETTE K 225 %  I (As %  % %  W Animal. (lertii Una a I f • % %  1 --. I, %  %  VI A B (S I 1 il *:i %  %  !' %  < Un IIMI Duwn Ol If your skin is trucked aud tore, lormenlcd by spots or rssh, chafed or jnllamed, apply toms MiMitliol.it i;m'. This wonderful balm instantly cooU and soothes und rapidly hcaK fttifl troublas. There a nothing like it. Yf# will soon SEE the duTcrcDoa. \fuifiiii4il \nlr A m B8IAM % % %  ii DtsM has .... nmin.n Ivsj f.n two hundrad : talics. Thai will pttii' [ %  iiosen U> lecture wn IUI KOXY — Juiu2nd. DIAL 4606 YOUR SHOE STORES DIAL 4220 M NEVER LET GO Our X i.il in..o.rr th. Cualll. ol S.4U RUM li aajftr rcljxcd. That U why li is ajajassa ihc *amr. A liuly on' .inin Rum. in a dais all ll mn Blrndril a 'd llolllrd — By — S1VAIT & SAMPSON (1938) LTD. Il-4tlnu.irirrs far Brst Hum. FEEL HOW IT COOLS AND SOOTHES JUST RUB IT ON • MenthoUliim' imooihs coarse ikiB and mjc\ ii M


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Akwtate t ESTABLISHED 1895 \", MA'. PRICE FIVE CENTS "WE WILL FINISH THEM OFF 99 U.K. Must Make Next Move To Expand BWI Trade With Canada • OTTAWA. May 27 A 3ENIOR MEMBER of the British West Indies Trade delegation said today that the next move in attempts to expand B.W.I, trade with Canada is up to the United Kingdom. Simon Bloomberg, Chairman of Jamaica's Import Control Board, was optimistic that Britain, despite her need for dollars for defence, is likely to meet that move by allowing British colonies to use more of their dollars to buy Canadian goods. "We in the Wp*< Indies aiv hoping sufficient dollars Will be prevMtd t, enable us to take full %  nythlnR Canada has to offer." the Mayor "lii ofti in n.i u tcrvtaw. "We realize Canada's trade relations with the WCft Indies are traditional and o back hundreds of years. ———— It Is our MraM winh th3i in ,, --mt Ithe iwar future we will he able to Snirsie I i*ilkiintal *''' ^ing. OUi^Ur I I IIHIIIUl BWI-Canada t.lli, w... ,<., >. lomed in rmtcl state* ofllcial* hlarts In J ea KINGSTON. J'ca. May 28 Hon I B. SanRsler. Jum.mi's Of Social Welfare, came I m Barbados Econoinic i. to-day. iif was welcomed by A. M. Gordon, CMC, Labour Counsellor and Innustrhil Adviser lo the British fi.il.lnHj in Washington on behalf of the Jamaica Government, JS i h e sugar wage Arbntration Tnhunal which is headed by Gordon began nn-'MiKntiom into profits and wage level* of the industry S-uigster told Gordon at th meeting that the niHtU-i .... vital Importance to Jamaica am i.iresi of the West Indies. A* in most matters at this point .1 law) tbi reel of the Brit:sl West Indies Yei this country holds a warm spot in his heart is his three children-two daughters and a M career* In this tonntry daughter. Marion, is attached to St. Joseph's Hospital. Victoria. B.C. A son, William. ;i veteran of the Imperial Hihy, work* fot the Alberta Governn monton and another daughter llvagj ni Vancouver. Mr. Bloomberg; flew nut to visit his children nd feels that Canada Arbitration proceedings follow ta thp /,,„., p^dlse. ft i receril stuke in the local indu" a |,, „i ,| ial Britain'* try and the refusing of the Sugar curT encv restrictions m > Hirers'Association to meeti *n thai ha could brinaj out his demands of both thR 1 VI ..., h( .„.,.. T.U.C. It will decide whether the %  hen they n Into the th r i and mini day tomorrow, Ttie talk*, closed to the press, ere In Canada-B.W.I. trade. .ins are of significant interest to Mr. Bloomberg, for ; official He goes back to England on tirement after 3u British Colonial Office, a careei ti.at has taken him to Europe-, Africa and the R.W.I.. hut never nada. VAN FLEET TELLS EIGHTH ARMYJ Reds Surrender To Allied Troops NELSONS DOCKYARD. En industry, san nfTord. to IM>> workermore than the ten per cent in[iven this yaar, N W. M..nle>. KC, appears f of the T.U.C. and the Hon. W A Bustamanta baadi his unions team. Kirk wood %  [' % % %  %  for the S.M.A. The enquiry Is expected to run into several weeks and any award will lie back-dfiled to the start of this croi the > %  country It: thll Extra Day For Hangings KINGSTON. Jamaica. May ?H. So .is not to cause too much % %  train on the executioner. Government will break the policy of hanging only on Tuesdays < I ur ties ;itid Gladstone Fisher will go to the gaflov % % %  : %  row morning while TVlford Webb ^ Mid Boy Carnegie will be executed on Wednesday. All four wenconvicted of separnte murder*. —C.F. Friendly Atmosphere The n vv.i.-t anadg coniarai la dlscua In I %  %  lift some uf the nMtXictlOOS on Hade with ( .n.i i., imposed as the result of Britain's critical lack of exchange n ago. The crisis is ov*1 but it Is a question now Britain considers she has I dollars to extend i i riU i still have sunicient balance to finance dafenca need*. Regarding the Conference. Mr Bloomberg said thai discussions, h.ive butt ; I friendly a n ii io-operatlve aunespbere, Many administrative difficulties I'd out. but fur— ih/ation (of trndc> will await action taken on th na of ihe Canada-United Kiniidom Continuing Tr i its deliberations a few days ago. —tCP> Portuguese Regime Praised ON SILVER JUBILEE 1 ISIIMN. M Morning papara today devotee long er.iiimn. < f unantu hi the work of the piascni p i i Uaaa i.giine which re.u-hed Its liver Jubilee todaj Newspai>eii atraai tha intciiial peace ar,i order artilch the regime bus .tiK.il nve, ihe past 25 I.I Anances and devcl'.piiiei.' buildiiui new roads, bridges, schools. houses, airporui, harnessing rlTen, devil. |'i'.r I.I uf the mercbani i in iind industry. Newspaper paid tribute to the late Marshal Antonio Oscar Carntons dent of the Republic mice 1928 : last April 1H — forty days ihOri Of tha Silver Jubilee %  f In legiine — and lo Dr Salarnr. Planner of the femme who ha been Premier since 1932 l n whiei I.-.I %  %  'i-nntiun.il Courl wifl en itlon 1 aaarvatlons i i i fusing to nttend tn. Court and riilinaaj ... in preaei I %  %  ... %  i %  dai kta m t t > > : i lain II %  It claim 'is well founded in fact and law." AftottW DOlhl the IntarnatlonaJ Couat may have lo d<* Ida very shortly is whether wi'h these aBpUceuooa pssadilal ivrsia .j,, eojsttaua wtth Ua • n nb i U.S. Air Force S/ufliri" Ketl Attack Says Ya rulen berg United Biases Mi K, ,e i bb t n said to-.i... i ,. rd states %  Used the -ingi,errenl I iv Hussian il might %  •art world i %  "IK .1* be.HK oiieMiot'b) Darneera ti i ssinaaor Tom "" Hy. Chairman of tha •• c inouin into ta> : \iihur %  i Styles think am i i wfaa in Europe w Khout an B iwer to knock owl %  Vandenbersj replied A ked i the United state, was enough .lirpowei to da "1 lOb. he said %M fBI al.udtS that biive been approved by atsjreaa aajj" ass % %  Europe, l"*eiwilng Ipa n and Knuiand. as well „. in North Afitea. ssaantlal to nnv striking el .^ked .lul the, • M Hal i. i sfrtting Ita .II that i* free ih< need f..r . ;. : Ue. nut thai would not N an •lleienl wiiv to fiidit ., '. iHOsatM foraagn baaaa. I.\n ftm <• Wfisuld have t.. be 0'. c or six I %  %  .t would Ihem Reater, |IH,IIH liK'tillM itl* III'* iri>[jfv iiuii i' % % %  %  "* -i 1 system introduced by the State I on Saturday John Waine Off To Trinidad (iHeitADA. May 28 John Wiivue, after i his stay ovr the week-end. left by plane this morning for Trinidad. He spent his birthday here DISASTER TinUliad is latin* I ter anch n< It has never ssstt bfr Tbta tiRi •" son in ill* isluiu! in coiHBrnsd. Th* Ooveriiiiint in i. I nnnucinl po-ltion than It tivi been since inno. Last yi r. for the m-t tuna for thirtytwo years, the Uovernnicnt bad to be glTPii a speeial grant by Britain to pay for Itor dinsry rpei.-.-. This yaar It will ni-rd n even Mgg< but we cannot ex\ | Biitish Uovctnnisfit b) go on paving tba wares of our de< tor-, our road ':iir% our clciks, and all our other Oov I >ti*fl if wc arr allow ing all our wealth to vanish be.aii-n of .t Ubonr dispute Today tli<-ie are gjr..uoii i.tt in the Trcn -ury. wt Roinn to Hud tho money to pay for wages Uleas srork in the sugar Industry and waterfront Is n snmnd. and iinlea* the Oovnn mem caa eatleet c i-eniie* Other amployers too canaol continne their work nnless their supplies can be lauded fium the ships. And every person may and that food i> more eapen-lve and harder to net. The Government wilt if course see to it r. it aopUs %  ntial foodn are maintslned. hat everyone Is bound to suffer to some estt-nt Mr K w. Blacfcearne, i i r .. uwrdi .iexecutive. Drivers said inspector* who were to cruise around main roads in special vsn were "Gestapo" ant out to "spy" upon them Deliveries of certain foodstuff: to London stores wen be endangered if the strike con tlnisad Hewter. Hieu detlgh' v. Itfi Wayne Is hoping to Wayne was rtmarhsblj inf to autngi'iiph hui beamingly said how gi was for the many kind incluctitic made lo him. FOI II I l ThC aai %  TOKYO. May 28 I IEUTENANT GENERAL VAN FLEET, ai H ht.h Army Oommanrter in Korea, told his troop, today: "We will continue the present offensive until we finish them off." Telling war correspondent* at the front thai the present drive was "going swell," Van Fleet said: "The job here is to Bnish them off until they get enough of it. We arc going 'o continue push ing ahead as long and as hard a;; we can." Bhth Arm> II WOUNDED CHINESE SNEAK TO HONG KONG roRM Wl uncled m K sneaking %  N i I He i ir.anrier at .Staff of .1 i mtly i Canton hi %  %  China II, —Keuler. 2,900 Kill U.S. The Advocate ilv 2.000 i M MI) want '.. Rfi lo • I I i lodging has also risen. .v (.''.. %  1 iansls. Heds bttorestod In Ktnia (^'asi'-firi' WASHINGTON, MsV %  . ... Edwin .'"i" Ban OH Television Stations Advised LONBOM Ita] \t ii . st nu wnani h kaad O ow esn n ie. i l itta? ..... . %  %  II .4.nd new ti. di %  people lo buy talavurton -eis and ua> up icaroa ra ..i m i'.ii ii tin ,u inThe com ties % %  i i believed machine tool dell United States arciuld not ie mainl id reiulre'l im making iet e n g in es could obi ilnod In the %  The repoi I %  I I J lali wi lit nave b> >• ill Iwo %  i I i %  . ,n has I tanks i MHIIK tir.ii ol the rnodarn Briti; Cantuiion lanks hud so far bran "i ,. very small scale thai '• can .. ii nil tin inlb %  .i new light nghtlng vehicle fas the irmy, Nu details were given. Britain wai alao ps*i i II miiieteiv nesv i ix-en put —Reutrr n He %  Sid 'uMiiiuiiii.'. in %  to his iv U 'Thai i i JohnI encourbeffori the Ions Com%  i rteli %  pan net tints %  I D erly (tenter lirilaiii pTOtefti To K^ypt Apiin S(M*iulisls \\ in Presidential PoB In Austria VIENNA. M Infomied political etrctM said here to-da> r %  tin Sociallsl tsctory In PTeeidenttal h i baana In Aaatrla irould drobI] have un tmmocHah reparctn I ins un AuStrlS I 1 tei ol Ihe Intoat in II. ... Helm* i wid tin roallUon between the People'* Pertji mi s... lellsti which had rtrj thin iiieiy would continue Extn • .i |he I'ee .' % % %  %  Part] .. %  .. %  %  nowri consider' hie signs of irapellam peatrlct n u %  willi s i laliats Rui their failure In the ., lli"U||hl lo put %  Mi.-in, I, I, iiiinl Dr. Koeraer, t Pmudenl %  KM votes, Di llelnrlch (il. II. i i ions) rvahvi Part) go) MHSIM imong tne irprl ad by tba rgaull were lubuant and contb in the city until tha i %  I I'n nun iiiiiK The* landed lo paUna thni u mei*el\ .i norni.il de' "huh IIJJ.I ,il. I...U :, 1 %  'n M..V a II ftm round c di. Pre) .'i. %  tlal ah> %  •Ill Hill,li voti %  bi i*u greni I rtli de Indled i I.1.00U. N %  iflB.toa. People's Party laadei id tin | i to tl reVOlt "I III" i >l i l.ineliLs of the iightwiiiL' ol Austrian P***pl 11 Icali "i inn! th.Inflii rnee of IUK business •• te Prt3 —heeler pus h ed Perward north eg the first itural river end mountain l^arI N. rltl K. Utlea or HI booty -inii look so man] SUT" itockade* had to hi bulM ti %  MM ra .lith AT my ;inn byansj s* NWBChOn %  ">* l"ie in Allied peg Up remnant* I < hint i LUlltl • .uiehl hv th*' \ I %  cli ding Cs n\ ecfMs i R toroi and n ovi d uukkl) i" n • M srho have nreom; i '.il wlth.! %  .M In this an s than at the if t West ui Munsan South Koreaas CtOBStd the [mini llivei nli.hUntted Btatai ragtments brushed i nie %  ." %  %  : ittempti to h Hrt us advances on this rleer, eaat ol Korangpoi i heuier. BLAMEY IS DEAD V ill Soon Aiinoiinee US Troops For UK i \ \ u CITY, N .1 %  % %  %  w.nidi Austin, said hare hi niMinee how mani Ira Ci.iteil states would aupply hn United Nation wen : i ha would glre Ihe t'nitiil Nations S meal of tv|ie and *trcnKth eg in respmuw 'ii the i the Colla I %  ,i"., %  %  i ll detni %  %  .,ii ro>opera1 %  i It-uter. SYIlNKY. Au-.tn.li.. %  Mourning Austialua • ii.iv rneide radj -• stab i i Marshal s,, Buunay, rtrsi Auat turn ihal (op v. rank 'tf* THE ADVOCATE"' oavs for NEWS 0\AL 3113 Day or Night •AMAICAS rnitoajan Cmper n ISssa -tretclieH ont i for Birbsdov whlcb was cor-d by D-mor.d JohnM a the iroiiiid %  lie inr lo "top -wart Death Deferred WA Thr i \ ..I i %  Bavarin %  Tue-sdsy. June J nu ..rder was issued bv %  un last Friday made u lnhotdlni u| cecutlon %  heater i> fiiK'iOfS.K. Vsia PiaWQswcd v. te> %  %  n aeenrrl'ng i dbthoi I . r 1 t" 'lll—Renter. CAIRO. May 2. Britain again ptob %  %  .. mk.-i Inn.ugh %  t enal British A'I.I... saw Kitypttan Foreign ipsb %  D 1 I'h'ha nd : %  II... .. %  ..,. ipply b> IS I I %  i waited Brital to th, l %  .... '. ;. %  %  :.. %  British UTOOI and las Ai gio-lgyptias %  %  —Keiitrr Red China Will Take Over Tibet Con %  • I %  hsa in%  %  %  '.hat the %  %  h.dom'siu \\ ill Not Enter Cold War I>.IAKAHTA. M taking par : war between tha Prim* . %  %  %  . %  Id tnve lu ense tension f avers n pew e end bi H in the fe.nim "f the %  %  —Rruter Kin For In -I.UMI BBLPAarT, May 26. || !'.. |. q bath for a 1 of Ireland %  .. %  %  %  — RenteSMOKE JRUMPETER A V UCA^ETTES MAtPE TO MAKE iwrxns


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ESTABLISHED 1895





“WE WILL

it

U.K. Must Make Next |
Move To Expand BWI
‘Trade With Canada

* OTTAWA, May 27
SENIOR MEMBER of the British West

Indies Trade delegation said today that the
next move in attempts to expand B.W.I. trade
with Canada is up to the United Kingdom. Simon
Bloomberg, Chairman of Jamaica’s Import Control
Board, was optimistic that Britain, despite her
need for dollars for defence, is likely to meet that
move by allowing British colonies to use more of
their dollars to buy Canadian goods.

“We in the West Indies are hoping sufficient dollars
will Le provided to enable us to take full advantage of
anything Canada has to offer,” the 56eyear old official said
in an interview. “We realize Canada’s trade relations with
the West Indies are traditional and go back hundreds of
years.

“ — It

is our earnest wish that

: Fs the near future we will be able to|_
get back to normal trading.
Sugar Tribunal B.W.1.-Canada , talks will be
Starts I 9 ‘joined by United States officials
ny ca

when they go into the third and
(From Our Own Correspondent)

final day tomorrow. The talks,
closed to the Press, are important
to Canada-B.W.1. trade.
KINGSTON, J’ca. May 28.
Hon. D. B. Sangster, Jamaica’s
Minister of Social Welfare, came

in

Portuguese
Regime Praised
ON SILVER JUBILEE

LISBON, May 28.
Morning papers today devoted

Discussions are of significant
interest to Mr. Bloomberg, for
they represent his final official act.
He goes back to England on re-

back from Barbados Eéonomic} *? ‘ long eclumns of unanimous praise
Conference to-day. He was wel- tirement after 30 years in the] to the work of the present Portu
comed by A. M. Gordon, C.M.G., British Colonial Office, a career} guese regime which reached its
Labour Coufisellot and Industfal that has taken him to Europ®,/Silver Jubilee today. News-
Adviser to the British Embassy| fica and the B.W.I., but néver| papers stress the internal peace
in Washington on behalf of the before to Canada. a eae dees ss
Jamaica Government, as the Yet this country holds a warm years as well as the solid finances
sugar wage Arbritration Tribunal| spot in his heart as his three ‘and development of the Country
which is headed by Gordon began] children—two daughters and a in many fields such au building
investigations into profits and} son—made caréérs in this country |new roads, bridges, schools,
wage levels of the industry. A daughter, Marion, is attached] houses, airports, harnessing riv-

Sangster told Gordon at the) to St. Joseph’s Hospital, Victoria,| ers, development of the merchant



meeting that the matter was of}B.C. A son, William, a veteran] navy and industry, Newspapers
vital importance to Jamaica and] of the Imperial army, works for] paid tribute to the late Marshal
the rest of the West Indies. As in|the Alberta Government, Ed-| Antonio Oscar Carmona, Presi-
most matters at this point Jamaica] monton and another daughter] dent of the Republic since 1926
felt they lead the rest of the Brit-| lives in Vancouver. who died last April 18 — forty
ish Jest Indies. Mr. Bloomberg flew out to visit] days short of the Silver Jubilee
; : : his children and feels that Canada[{ of his regime and to Dr
Arbritration proceedings follow/is the West’s paradise. He only;Salazar, Planner of the regime
a recent strike in the local indus-) wished, he said, that Britain’s}| who has been Premier since 1932

and who was Financia] Minister

try and the refusing of the Sugar! currency restrictions were eased
from 1928 to 1940.—Reuter.

Manufacturers’ Association to meet! so that he could bring out his
demands of both the B.1.7.U. and! pelongings and his pension and
T.U.C. It will decide whether the] live the rest of his days in this
industry can afford to pay workers] country.

more than the. ten per cent in-
crease given this year, Friendly Atmosphere

N. W. Manley, K.C., appears eT is:

on behalf of the T.U.C. and the]. T. B.W.I,-C ie Rae dora
Hon. W. A. Bustamante heads his! ‘> Pe veEtveina. ¢ or a ah
union’s team. Kirkwood speaks] °f the restrictions on trade with

THEY WANT



SERETSE

SEROWE, Ma
spokesman for the Bamang-

conference
29.

A

forthe SALA. "The enauiry is|[Canada imposed asthe result of] wit tripe said here today they
expected to run_ into several three years ago. The crisis is over stood behind their banished chiei
weeks and any award will be but it is a question now whether Seretse Khama. ah
back-dated to the start of this! pritain considers she has sufficient At a tribal meeting (Kgot rk
CHOP: (dollars to extend Commonwealth called by the Resident Commis-

sioner, E. B. Beetham to announce



ar aeuee etc” Eelanee ts immediate moves to restore Afri-

y. Fi fndbice defence needs a can rule in the tribe’s territory,
Extra Day or Regarding the Conference, Mr 2,000 tribesmen ort ps coal :
Hangi Bloomberg said_ that distussions| he Bernamewaro cry of appre
wre have taken, place in a friendly | as tobe reinstated! In. thei

Bechuanaland reserve

After the Commissioner had told
them of Government plans, three
tribesmen appointed as spokes-
men rosé in turn and asked that
no chief other than Seretse, ban-
ished after tribal friction over his
marriage to his English wife,
should be imposed on them,

—Reuter.

KINGSTON, Jamaica, May 28.
So as not to eause too much
strain on the executioner, Govern-
ment will break the policy of
hanging only on Tuesdays, Clar-
ence Gentles and Gladstone Fisher | Kingdom Continuing Trade Com-
pfs gO hines ee oo St. | mittee Conference which finished
Catherine District ison tomor-! it, aeliberations a few days ago.
row morning while Delford Webb!" Pele SRUONE AotW Sal rep
und Roy Carnegie will be executed ,
on Wednesday. All four were
convicted of separate murders.
—C.P.

Many administrative difficulties
will soon be ironed out, but fur-
ther liberalization (of trade) will
await action taken on the recom-
mendations of the Canada-United

|







11,000 Lorry

Drivers Strike

LONDON, May 28.

The strike of 11,000 lorry
drivers tonight threatened to
bring Britain's road freight car-
rying system to a stand still.
Driverg quit their vehicles

John Wayne Off
To Trinidad

(Fron Our Own Correspondent)
GRENADA, May 28.

John Wayne, after extending

his stay over the week-end, left

in|by plane this rnorning for Trini-



Barbadian Wits
Leewards Schol

Our Own Correspondent!

ANTIGUA, May 28.

(Fyow



The 1950 Leeward Islands scliol- | protest against the new inspection|dad. He spent his birthday here
arship has been awarded to June] system introduced by the State! on Saturday.
Francis Birkett, elder daughter of) run haulage executive. The entire party expre sed
Mr. E. F. Birkett, Manager of the Drivers said inspectors who/|their delight with the island.
Royal Bank of Antigua. were to cruise around main roads|Wayne is hoping to return
June, born in Barbados in 1932,jin special vans were “Gestapo”|Wayne was rémarkably conced-
came to Antigua in 1937, attended} agents sent out to “spy” uponjing to autograph hunters and

the Girls’ High School and is one} them \beamingly said how grateful he
of the first two girls who acquired Deliveries of certain foodstuffs! was for the many kind gestures
the Higher Certificate which was|to London stores were likely to|made to him ‘during his visi

introduced into Leewards Schools! be endangered if the strike con-|ineluding souvenir pre:

in 1950. tinued.—Reuter. ‘made to him,







FOUR UP







JAMAICA'S custodian Cooper is seen stretched ont on the ground as he tries to stop the
f Barbados, which was scored by Desmond John t playing centre forward

fourth goal



on,



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HISTORIC

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TUESDAY, MAY £9, 1951

NI



NELSON'S DOCKYARD, English Harbour, Anti gua. (Story P 4)

World C





ti



No Power To Deal

Te

]

ourt wee
|
|

th Oil Dispute

Persia Tells Judicial Body

THE PERSIAN FOREIC

the International Court at The H ague saying that the Per- efficient way to fight any wat

sian Government did not
authority to examine the oil
Meanwhile 14 Judges of

of Judge I. Badevant of Fra

TEHERAN, May 28,
xN MINISTER sent a cable to
the Court had
dispute with Britain
the Court under the Presidency

considey any

ance have already hegun theit

study of two applications made during the week in the oil

dispute.
sationjanger fedeearearerdalconebone

“y ’ yw
DISASTER

This island is facing a disas
ter such as it has never seen
before. This time evory per
son in the island is concerned,
The Government is ia a worse
financial position than it has
been since 1900, Last year,
for the first time for thirty-
two years, the Government
had to be given a special grant
by Britain to pay for its or
dinary expenses. This year it
will need an even bigger grant,
but we cannot expect the
British Government to go on
paying the wag‘es of our doc
tors, our road workers, our
clerks, and ail our other Gov
ernment staff if we are allow
ing all our wealth to vanish
because of a labour dispute.
To-day there are $25,000 left
in the Treasury,

Where are we going to find
the money to pay for wages
unless work in the sugar in-
dustry and waterfront is re
Snimed, and nnless the Govern-
ment can collect its Yevenne?





Other employers too cannot
continue their work unless
their supplies can be landed

from the ships. And every
person may find that food is
more expensive and harder to
get. The Government will of
| course see to it that supplies
| of ossential foods are main-
tained, but everyone is bound
to suffer to some extent:

Mr. K, W. Blackburne, Gov-
ernor of the Léeewards
speaking on May 24,

hinge oer as
WOUNDED CHINESE
SNEAK TO HONG KONG





FORMOSA, May 28
Chinese Communi oldiers,
wounded in Koréa, dare daily
sneaking into Hong Kong, A Chin-

ese Nationalist Defence Milit

spokesman said here to-day

He claimed a Division Cém-
mander and a formér Chief of
Staff of a Communist Division fe-

cently escaped t

Canton hospital.

Another report said

} women political worker

s the border from Cor
China in recent week

—Reuter.

Hong Kong from

nearly 300
had fled
miunist



acro



2,000 FOR U.S.

The Advocate understands: that
3arbados will get only 2,000
; vacancies for workers who want



to go to the United States oi
temporary employment
The cost of transportation and
x0ard and lodging has also risen,
is reliably stated
Two United States Personne}
Directors, Mr. John H, Miller and
W. H. Meranda are due te arrive
in Barbados to-day They have
j been selecting other workers in
| Leeward Islands



Death Deferred

WASHI
ex

NGTON, May 28

of seven Nazi
t Landsberg prisor
stayed to-day until

ne 5

The

Var criminal
lp

| Bavaria
Tuesday, Ju
aying order was issued b
WwW

was





The s
' Judge
| Washi
last F

Iter Bast

Federal (
made a sin
executi :



of

yurt





rder



yur before the Nazi war

Reuter

the |
wh yj} t

} The application from the
) \glo-Dranian Oil Company ask-
jirg the President to appoint an











a a ne a ERR

TH

E

Stalling
Red Attack
Says Vandenberg

WASHINGTON,’ May 2
General Vandenberg,
Air Ferce Chief of Statt
said to-day that the United States
Air Foree remained the single
largest deterrent to any Russian
attack that might start World
War III
Vandenberg was being question-
by Democratic Senator Tom



Foreign
the

telations Committee
inquiry into the dismissal
General Mae Arthur

‘publican Senator Styles
Bridges asked; “Do you think we
suld win in Europe without air
to knock out Russian

at
of



‘No sir’ Vandenberg replied
Asked if the United States was
building enough airpower to @o
that job, he said “as far as bud-
gets that have been approved by
Congress, yes”

Advocate

a a et



PRICE: FIVE CENTS



M OFF”

VAN FLEET TELLS .
US. A irF orce |



EIGHTH ARMY:

Reds Surrender —



To Allied Trodps °

Socialists Win

Poll In Austria

TOKYO, May 28
|IEUTENANT GENERAL VAN FLEET, nighth

Army. Gommander in Korea, toid his troops
today: “We will continue the present offensive
until we finish them off.’’

Telling war correspondents at the front that
the present drive was “going swell,’’ Van Fleet
said: “The job here is to finish them off until they
get enough of it. We are going to continue push-
ing ahead as long and as hard as we can.’’

As he spoke Eighth Army troops
pushed forward north of the first
natural river and mountain bar-
riers of North Korea.

They seized large quantities of
war booty and took so many sur-
rendering prisoners that new
stockades had to be built for them

The Eighth Army announced
tonight that 5,000 Communist sol-
diers had been captured in seven

Presidential

“Are bases in Europe, including VIENNA, May 28, days—more than half before Mey
Spain and England, as well as Informed political circles said] 97 ;
in North Africa, essential to any here to-day that the surprising United Nations troops today
successful striking of Russian Socialist victory in Presidential pushed beyond the rugged hills

3?” one Senator asked elections in Austria would prob- surrounding the kev towns of

ably have no immediate repercus- Hwachon and ‘njé—in Allied

“No Senator, they sions on Austria's political life hands—and mopped up remnants

not essential but they are} Socalist Minister of the Inte-jop Chinese units caught by the
certainly desirable’ tier, Dr, Oscar Helmer, said the swiftness of the Allied advance.

The United States Air Force was | coalition between the People's : :
getting itself as rapidly as possi-| Party and Socialists which had In tie west. Allied troops in-
ble in such a position that it} Shown signs of wearing very thin cluding Canadians, went across
could be free from the need for] ately would continue Yongpyongebon River in force and
everseas bases. Extreme elements of the Pee moved quickly to try and catch

But that would not be an) Ple’s Party have shown consider-} elusive Chinese who have accom+

ble signs of impatience with the plished a more successful with-
To operate without foreign bases,| "Sttiction on their activities im-]qpawal in this area than in. the
the Air Force would have to be ye Ai wr the alliance with oe east.
five or six times the size it would Watton will _— pn ae West of Munsan, South Koreans
be with them Renter, in political citclés, i But Savi crossed the Imjin River while

Rot

Ban On Television | *
C



on



United States regiments brushed

extremists elements
Dr. Koerner, new President, | aside scattered attempts to hd
2,172,806 votes, Dr. Hoinrich} Up Advances on this river, east of



sner Conservative People’s | Korangpori,—Reuter.

Party got 2,005,290















Y * .

ja bitator and that of the British Stalions Advised Socialists who were among the
Gevemment asking the Court to most surprised by the result’ ys A a Ak
dewide the whole case have now| LONDON, May 26 eet jubilant and continued their W ill Soon nnourlk ¢
' igbeen “officially received in. The Parliamentary Committee| celebrations in the city until the
t fident> will probably dis-\studying Britain's rearmament early hours of the morning, US Troops For UK
cunts h other members which] driv® advised Government teday They tended to claim that. the
application he will deal with first,}tO ban the construction of some] 1éSult was merely a normal de-| aq AN TIC CITY, N.J., May 28

Under the United Nations} projected high powered television velopment which had also been United States representative in
Charter Persia accepted the| stations chserved in Parliamentary ele¢-| the United Nations, Warren Aus-
jurisdiction of the International It said new transmitters would] “ons. a : .| tin, said here he would soon an-
Court with certain reservations] encourage people to buy television On May 6, the first round of nounce how many troops the
It is not known whether any of sets and use up scarce raw materi-] te Presidential elections, the United States would supply for
those reservations will justify the] als needed for arms caerenee a vores cea wie United Nations work. ,
Persian Government refusing to The Committee said vehicle and ae Ube Move SRS ata Mve . Austin said he would give the

> » Cc t and acce aireré anufacturers , believe =I Se tee , ations specific state-
a ng the Court a accept its a ee oo majority of 168,156, United eae a Bacar ior Bs oo
if P sia ref 1 t % United States would not be main People’s Party leaders consider ay ; res a t "the eal b
, ee ker mere. O Peek oF tained. ree r ed their defeat to be due to the] TeOPs 1h ative he otitis Bont
to present .he views the British a n ( ; ‘ a revolt of Liberal elements of the the Collective Measures om-
Government can ask the Court Certain machine tools required rightwing of Austrian peopl: mittee
under article 53 to decide in| for making jet engines could only against clericalism and the influ The announcement would dem-
favour of its claim, It will be for be obtained in the United States. enee of big business on the Party onstrate “real co-operation in
the Court to satisfy itself that the| The report showed that Britain —Reuter. erganising the world’s resources
claim is well founded in fact} would have to wait two years for to resist aggression and repel
and law any spectacular increase in her armed invasion. "—Reuter,

Another important point the} output of tanks BLAMEY 1s DEAD ‘cheiecameniesinsaentiitlipaealabnienitnin
International Court may have to Production of the modern Brit- fe ”
decide very shortly is whether/is!: Centurion tanks had so far SYDNEY, 7a 28 The ear”
with these applications pending| been “on a very smal) seale.” May
| Persia can continue with its} The report revealed that a car Mourning Australia on. Mon- bays for NEWS
; nationalisation scheme. manufacturing firm was producing|day made ready a state funeral DIAL 3113
| —Reuter. | a new light fighting vehicle for the} {or Field Marshal Sir Thomas
| larmy. No details were given, Blamey, First Australian to at- Day or Night

4 | Britain was also producing a|tain that top British military

Keds Interested | ccmpletety new type of aircraft} mk —CP)_

in Korea Cease-fire

WASHINGTON, May 28. |

Communists had shown interest
in a Korean ceasefire
Senator Edwin Jonnson
here,

He :
ned g

senate

aid

spapers

iid Communist new
F to hi

n prominence
resolution calling for a
on June 25 “That
hows they are interested,” John
n sa And that is encour-

iging

4 resolution now before the
Sen oreigy Relation Com-
mitt ‘ommends that the Unit-



hould proclaim
withdraw their
38th parallel
the United
Commu
north

efire and
nh the
me time
vould

keep

on



call
their force
f ti arallel

fox a)
to leave Kotea by
leaving the Country

form

he resolution cal



») regions a

Reuter



fence OLS.E, Asia
Discussed




SINGAPORE, May 28
Economic concerning the
efénce of south-east Asi were
scussed in Singapore today by
Presentatives of British territo-
% in the region according to

unauthoritative soures

The conference, which. was held
top secret level attended
representatives from British
h Borneo, Sarawak, Singapore
fal High fTicial n
pore refused to-night to dis-

talks —RKeuter,



Red China Will
| Take Over Tibet

|

IKYO i 28
Communist China hi an-
nounced with fr fanfare that
|she tal ribet under
e guise Libera-





Democrat ,

engine which had never been put
into production before.

—Reuter.





Britain Protests
To Egypt Again

|
|

CAIRO, May 28.

Britain again protested to

Egypt today about restrictions on

the passage of oil tankers through
| the Suez Canal.

British Ambassador

Stevenson saw Egyptian Foreign

Minister Saleh El Din Pasha _
ieiterated the protest last made
December, ‘The re



Sir Ralph

cfficially in
ictions apply
r Israel ports
saleh El Din
Egyptian
Britain’s reply
ist Egyptian note

| }
jon between the
|

to tankers bound

Pasha noted that
Government still
to the
on political
two countrie
1936 treaty
the presence o
Egypt and the
Ang.o-Egyptian



waited





on the revision of the
concerns
troop:

of the

which
British
status
Sudan

in

—Reuter.



todonesia Will Not
Enter Cold War

DJAKARTA, May 28
Indonesia will not “aggravate
world conditions” by taking par
ir, a cold war between the United

Stites and Soviet blocs, Prime
Minister Mohammed Sukiman tolc
Parliament today.

She would strive to ease tension
by availing herself of every
chance for peace and by advocat-
ing peace in the forum of the
United Nation

—Reuter,



King For Ireland

BELFAST, May 28.
if due to visit Bel-
fast with Queen Elizabeth for a
four-di visit starting on Friday
Irish Republican Extremists op-
partition of Ireland
t demonstra-



K George is



the
planning a prote
Thursday

vas thrown at the
Dublin last Tr

ed to

1 on



Brit- ‘



— Reuter








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erent eee meee reenter mene en nennne ee remeneEenen et oe teen nn cneeneneee ae oes =)
° : Neagle B.B.C. Radi .
Anna Neagle B.B.C. Radio || gyaneTTA DRESS SHOP |)
Tops Poll For P fewsam
ODS a? Oo rovrTramme Lower Broad Street -t- Upstairs Over Newsam’s
= | |
ai = e “I i 1
IS EXCELLENCY the Gov- Seventy-fifth Anni e . TUESDAY, MAY 29, 1951 IN Sui 5
- iB E y-fitt nniversary 5 pm. — 19 60 t b } an
ETc’ ane aa savage ac; [ABTIESS WEROUIAE™ | rere avs MEMOni At Oe nie eee
companied ) & om ‘ 4 6 a ‘orces’ Favourites, 7 a.m.
A.D.C. Maj. Denis Vaughan at- Steer warwets sae sentat Gena — OR the fifth time Anna Neagle The News, 7.10 a.m. News Analysis, 7.15 | we
tended . rd and final Tes * ' S & a P year age * a ogramme arade, am
joes Harbedos fad Kacatte ot Spires ¢ 18h ended $ist March, 1951. a Won. te emeont ae From The Editorials, 720'am Gener- | LADIES’
Kensington Oval yesterday after- poe ere nen a The Haynes Memorial Schoo) ct Lbbds' gauiaoer. Sa §.00 SO ea Nemembert nie boy - : .
noon. — j } is situated im King Street. It was Eetress Music From The Films, 8.30 am Think SATIN LASTEX with Straps also Strapless—One piece styles
3 : established seventy-five years ago. r : On These Thinws, 8.45 0 - _sastiee om and Two ploce sighs 2.251... eee from $11.88
This afternoon the final game of Thirty-six children were on the It was for her acting in Odette 2™¢l'S. 0”) om Britain, 915 am, Close COT TG DIONE oo Foon 6s ctneiese cass snntagie $ 8.07 }
the series is to be played, Jamaica roll last year and at the end of which was voted by British film- Down, 11.15 a.m Programme Parade, TAVBETA. oo. 0 vine seb ev ees nke ge eestabenvebest from $ 7.62
will oppose Spartan, this year's December 1950, three were goers the outstanding perform- 11.25 a m_ Listeners’ Choice, 11.45 am BEUEAIM se hs ds hee es be 7 ee $12.19
ad boom or vile: gt sg a awaiting vacancies for admission. ance of 1950. sie tinal Hine i418 bak Mowe Anelyee, 1635 GIRLS’
Ever 208 Ayers pe ene: rs " Seven left during the year, For his part in e Mudlark 5 {n. close Down , ' RL
oor ne es peezon 2 itena ol ; Their school sports were held in Alec Guinness heads the list of 4.15645 p.m. — 19.76 m | '
4 pe aS Seiies on Berle, ‘}* June-on Miss Sanderson's lawn actors and. receives the men’s Prats’ acouchine of Seana BOO Dae! MOC 3 00 O I kg irs ieee ne bas 00 ie ere from $1.69
een “Bellace and Notte Dame The Annual Prize Giving was award for the first time. iietouberk Gt toe Week, 6.48 vm. Haw From 5 to 8 years ........5.......-5. repress? from $2.54
Faipecti vets after the match this held in December, when Lady Miss Neagle got 19.44 per cent Records, 6.00 p.m, Music Magazine, 6.15 Be Oe Ae I visu ci ee os csc oss from $3.35
aieenbon ih). 3 Savage distributed the prizes for - ef the votes cast for actresses; p m Welsh Magazine, 645 p.m. Pro- BOYS’
Te R. school work. Bette Davis (All About Eve) samme Parade. a
me Back Home Every year members of the 14.57, Betty Hutton (Annie Get S0—1.00 pm. — 25 55 m. 313m.
M’y2° Mrs. Colin Bellamy committee and others collect sub Your Gun) 14.41, Gloria Swan- 700 pm The News, 7 10 P , News SOMME Salis Goths cha ORs aka oS hd a AS eae nee $1.13 :
#@nd' ‘théir young son re- scriptions and donations to help son (Sunset Boulevard) 4.16, Analysis, 715 pm West Indian Guest Dae Be ee se 50's Co on a aa Bir ss 848 G8 be $1.25
t from St. Kitts on Sunday upkeep the school. Several people Jean Kent. (The. Woman ini igh. 10 Pe eee 8 1s ee Meet UCR GORE OMCs ccs ccn nents ncessyececcosenecece $1.47
by Lady Nelson. Miss Ann hel i th: b iving Questi 2.89, Ann Baxter 7; ; jude, | 5.25
; , elped in other ways by Biv uestion ) -59, e The Commonwealth, 8.45 p m_ Interlude, 6 to 8 years SATIN LASTEX .............- ihc eee $5.
Pencthoen returned from her holi- ... 0r Lt could fix you up picnics, gifts of household things (All About Eve) 2.66. 8.55 p m From. The Ealtorialéy 9 00 Bm,
day in Montserrat. She arrived with a tent in the back and at Christmas there was the yee Tie eS oa. a SSS :
by, the sate opportunity. garden at fifteen guincus | Christmas Treat, when a bsp Jean Simmons—Seventh — The News, 10.10 p m Interlude, 10 15 ao} andi
<< . a_weck-—’"’ mas dinner was given the child- They were followed by Jean pm One Million Pounds A Week, me ae
Chief Operations ren, Fellowship of marriage Simmons (The Cloudeg Yellow), 8, Festival In Britain, 1100p m (DIAL 2310) PLAZA BRIDGETOWN

JIM MILES, Chief Opera-
tion$, Shell Leaseholds Dis-

eV"

ae cs ini ON, V. C. BIRD’ Member of Ys ; irls’ i Y, MAY 29, 1951 TO
tributing Co., flew in from Trini- E their Christmas tree. The Girls and the Flying Dutchman), Hedy TUESDAY, MAY 29, “ ”

arise ; i isle i : : Pie . 3 ° , — i015 p.m. , 10.15 i
dad yesterday by B.W.I.A. 7 - Antigua Legislature is j,qustrial Union gave a Christ- Lamarr (Samson and Delilah). «et ee a 16. pee ews 1847 i. BORN BE BAD
_ Here on a short visit, he is stay- 4t present in Barbados on a short |. party for twenty of the child Voting for actors was: Alec 11.76 Mcs. 25.51 M. wep. & Joan Robert Zachary
ing at the Paradise Beach Club. Visit. ee o on Sunday en Guinness, 6.87 per cent; William — Hy TREES. 5 Fe eae en ge Special
Coming in ‘by the same plane were evening by B.W.I.A. and is a * x bedspread, started Holden (Sunset Boulevard), 6.19; Sih Geeeting An “Brave Little Tailor” THURSDAY
Mr, and Mrs. Edward Fitzhugh guest at Indramer Guest Mouse ; * erty ne children, was “Jeff Chandler’ (Broken Arrow), SPARROWS TOOK | RKO ‘Exciting Action ~ “Brave Little Tailor 1.30 p.m
and their daughter. They have ...... other guests at Indramer a leted at the end of the year 5.33: Trevor Howarq (Odette,), OVER RIGHTS | tHE WINDOW" Program “pace (Mgnomram) ,
planned a ten-day holiday in are Mr. and Mrs. I, Harban, Mr. . a affled, The money received 4.35: John Mills (Morning Depar- beer Deco SS avdaniali as John Carradine é&
Barbados, also staying at the Ronald Gresham, Miss Louis ia ie used to buy a second— Bt ure}, 4.34; Howard Keel (Annie HAMILTON, Ontario. yohung wWelasmlller Johnny eee OF FEAR |
Paradise Beach. Mr. Fitzhugh is Carter, Mr,. and Mrs, R. J. pene typewriter for the children’s Get Your Gun), 4.03. A pair of sparrows took over ||! Sheffela—Nancy Kelly—Chita ee RaET, Mask Brows
Sante aceisoaiving then nerayn Singh and ME. "and Mis, instructions. h squatters’ rights in the postal box —— = = eas

: "5 a . s. . nt r 3 s h i
eae ee Meine oes ris =, pee In August 1950, Mrs, R. M. Jones viseemca teat tan Mattar qaae at the home of William ‘Yeardye. OISTIN Ht ’ "er!
Donald B. Gillies of Cleveland. Mr, and Mrs, Harban are here resigned be yeaa eine 4 be TT award for the finest Broadway He a en tae. a PLAZA Dial 8404 ||| GA ik a |
They have just visited Venezuela for twelve days holiday. He is School, e wi , ; aa performance in his roles in On the box: “P tah atertes Play he kok ||| THE GARDEN — ST, JAMES|
end were intransit through Trini- with the Simplex Time Recorder member of the committee, ANNA NEAGLE Lillian Hellman’; The Autumn under door; birds have taken ows To-day 5 & 8.30 p.m. |}| Last Show Tonite 8.30






Bird Here

groups of St, Matthias and Belle—
ville gave gifts to the children for

BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY, MAY 29, 1951








































LAST TWO SHOWS TODAY

Margaret Lockwood (Highly Dan- 445 & 8.80 p'm

gerous), Ava Gardner (Pandora

C.B.C. PROGRAMME























As Odette Warners Double ! | Paramount Double!

dad. . 4a) Co,, Ltd., in Port of Spain, Mr. St. Vincent and St. Lucia Garden and the adaptation of over.” Shortly after, there were Paramount 2
Few Days Gresham and Miss Carter who RS. W. H. BARNARD came in Ibsen’s An Enemy of the People. four eggs ir the box. igked a ) | Ray MIULAND ae
EV. C. J. RAMCHARAN of St. are from Grenada are returning on B.G. Airways flight sO: ee ae | “CAPTAIN CAREY, U.S.A,"

Thomas Vicarage, Chagua-~
nas arrived from Trinidad yester-
day morning by B.W.I.A. to
spend a few days holiday in Bar-

to that colony to-day. Mr, Singh
is a pawn broker and jeweller in
Tuna Puna, This is jhis second
visit to Barbados. He was first

from St. Vincent yesterday morn-
ing to spend two weeks holiday
in Barbados staying at the Marine
Hotel.









Alan LADD





WED. & THURS. 8.30 p.m.

WED. & THURS. 5 & 8.30 p.m |
| Paramount Double

Monogram Double—
Eddie Cantor
STRIKE ME PINK &

DEAR WIFE

Holden and

|
“THE HARD WAY” &
William.











ita

bados. He is staying at Lisledale, here in 1945. Mr. and Mus, : RAINBOW ISLAND
Worthing. Ahamad have been here since _ Mrs. Annie Barnard and Mrs. F. Charlie pace EYR roe by Technicolor)
Three Weeks May 16th and return to Trinidad Barnard arrived from St. Lucia on Masta “Dorothy Lamour
; June 1st, where Mr, Ahamad is Sunday. They are here for one cients:
RRIVING by B.W.1.A.’s ? f rm SIRI OGD

morning flight from Trini-
dad yesterday was Mr. W. E, Fer-



proprietor of Transport and Con-
tracting business,

week, staying at the Crane Hotel.
Other passengers on the_ St.
Lucia plane on Sunday were Mrs.






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reira, one of the Attorneys of ° * Bernard Moore and her daughter
Messrs. William Fogarty Ltd., in Display of Gymnastics = {iiher. Mrs, Moore had been TO-DAY, 5.00 & 8.15 P.M. LAST SHOWING
Port of Spain. Mr. Ferreira ex- UEEN’S COLLEGE Gymnastics spending a holiday with her pa- LETTER FROM

pects to be here for about three
weeks. He is staying at Aquatic
Gardens Guest House.

Display will be repeated at
Queen's College for the publie on

rents, Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Potter
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American Mission Friday, June ist, 1951, at 4.30 R. HERBERT ALLEYNE ar- TO-MORROW AND THURSDAY, 4.45 AND 8.15
Cc and Mrs, Marcus Flinter eo rived from Trinidad over the Rupert is still not prepared for to get home." says Rupert. >
who had been holidaying in Following the Display there week-end to join his wife and the stcange thing that is to happen.“ Right,"" says the man, ‘* Sit down 3
Barbados for the past two weeks, will be a Netball Match between family who are already in Barba- Gee eit ok ecive Uke cmuan olives ad Hod: Very tight. Then wish AD
staying at’ the Paradise Beach the School’s First and Second dos. arriving by the same speciale vin ici teua iy m hard.” Rupert dees as he is told Se a
Club returned to Venezuela yes- Netball teams Admission: plane were Mr. and Mrs. Virgil the sledge so that wt heads away and (to. his. amazement the sledge JACQUELINE de WIT 4 “
terday morning by B.W,LA. & Adults 1/- Children 6d Smith. Hailing from Missouri frors the frozen waterfall. Now glides forward over the snow, not ELENA VERDUGO 3
Col. Flinter is with the Ameri-‘S i ; they are at present living in Bar- then, little bear, what do you want downhill, bur past the clump of MARY GORDON ‘ bee
can Mission in Caracas. & U.S. Consul General celona, Venezuela where ot ros; >"? he asks. ‘ Why. | want AA Raaxee oe . Sclase igh ee Fva tat sia aan : tof)
ini avid ith is an engineer. ey plan ee
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and Miss Marion Taylor, two can Consul General in Port rt Rey Md te rg eyole champion AQUATIC CLUB L y 1A (Members Onl ) AND CORVETTE K 225
staff nurses at the Colonial Hos-fgof Spain who arrived from St. oi, returned over the week-end : cathiteheus Cree eT ae Randolph SCOTT NE ;
pital, San Fernando, who have al-gVincent yesterday morning by after taking part in the Trinidad ar | tO eer al aoe ; aan on Ella RAINES
ready been here for two weeks§3.G. Airways leaves to-day for cycle races. “THE ASTONISHED HEART"
still have another week's li St. Lucia by B.W.I.A. He is ° Starring; CELIA JOHNSON — NOEL COWARD fl Dat tata tata tad LON ROOD,
s holiday

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Tuesday, May 29, 1951

STOP

THE merit of trade controls in time of
peace hias been the subject of much contro-
versy in this island and now that the period
allowed for their retention has come to an
end, it is up to the Legislature to say
whether controls shall continue in Barba-
dos.

During the war the institution of controls
was necessary to the achievement of vic-
tory. Controls also ensured a regular supply
and even distribution of essential food-
stuffs throughout the island,

The official state of the war is now com-
ing to an end and this island must ensure
that it controls its own trade policies un-
trammelled by Whitehall directives. This
is what the representative form of Barba-
dos’ Government demands in time of peace.
There can be no democratic government
possible here if power is concentrated in the
hands of the Colonial Office without the
local Government having any say in the
vital decisions affecting trade.

This country has for the greater ‘part of
its existence been run by statutory and
emancipated boards. In recent years there
has been a gradual but alarming concentra-
tion of such power as they exercised, into
the hands of the Colonial Office or the Gov-
ernor. Several of the statutes under which
they operated have been amended and they
have been denuded of much of their power.

On the Order Paper of the House of
Assembly there is now “a bill to continue
temporarily certain emergency enact-
ments”. Behind this innocent wording is
another attempt to give to the Governor
the power to make orders which were in-
tended for use during an emergency, There
can be no justification for re-imposing on
the community controls which have been
proved time and again to have brought
serious disadvantages to business since the
war ended.

The Control Authority in this island now
acts under directives from Whitehall and
the mercantile body and the community in
general have accepted this condition as one
in which they can do nothing but protest.

In the neighbouring colonies of Trinidad
and British Guiana the expiration of the
period of controls has been greeted with a
general determination to scrap them. There
can be no difficulty in Barbados in accepting
expiration of this initial period as the end
of all controls which allow Great Britain to
dictate Barbadian trade policy. It is for the
House of Assembly to bring the matter to a
head by rejecting the bill for the second
reading.









Honour For Barbados

THE appointment of a Board of Enquiry
composed of Sir Clement Malone, Mr,
Frank Walcott of Barbados, and Mr, Allnutt
to enquire into the cause of disputes which
have disrupted trade relations in Antigua
is an indication that the British Govern-
ment has at last begun to realise that there
are people in the West Indies better suited
to adjust differences between the peoples
of the area than others who are un-
acquainted with conditions in the West
Indies.

The appointment of Mr. Walcott who is
Secretary of the Barbados Workers’ Union
is a compliment to Trade Unionism in Bar-
bados and especially to Mr. Walcott.

For some time now trade disputes in
Antigua have been the background for much
that is shameful and unsatisfactory in West
Indian life. Threats against peaceful citi-
zens who have been marked out as respon-
ible for the existing conditions, ill behav-
iour towards the Governor and other offi-
cials and the general disruption of relations
between employers and employees are
features which can only bring disadvan-
tages to the people of Antigua.

The Governor in a recent broadcast
points out that the island is facing a disaster
which it has never seen before, Financial
resources have been so depleted that for the
first time in 32 years the British Govern-
ment had to assist by means of a special
grant.

Poverty is widespread throughout the
Leewards and when through their own
action the people of those colonies reduce
the prospects of development and frighten
capital, they cut their own throats.

The Board of Enquiry as appointed can
do much good to promote happy relations
between the various sections of the com-
munity. Mr. Walcott can play a great part
towards this desirable end,







NELSON'S



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

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ANTIGUA

Like Christophe’s Citadel in
Haiti and Brimstone Hill in St.
Kitts, Antigua’s English Harbour

is one of the showplaces of the
Caribbean. Nelson's Dockyard
in English Harbour, though fast
falling to pieces, is a part of
British Naval history and remains
as a monument to the days when
the “wooden walls” of England
ruled the seas,

The many yachtsmen and others
who —ihave visited Nelson’s
Dockyard in recent years will be
glad to know that steps are at
last being taken to repair its
buildings, and put the Dock
yard to practical use.

A society of the Friends of
English Harbour has recently
been established in Antigua under
the patronage of the Governor of
the Leeward Islands, and it is
hoped that a branch of the Soci-
ety will shortly be set up in the
United Kingdom. The _ Society
plans to repair the buildings,
keep the Dockyard in good order
and to develop its facilities for
the use of visiting yachts.

The Society is faced with a





By tan Gale

the winners of these races and a
Committee boat will accornpany
the cruise and will be responsible
for handicapping, starting and
timing.

The cruise has been planned so
as to enable yachts to spend as
many nights as possible at anchor
in pleasant surroundings, and
there will be time for visits to
places of interest in the islands,
Also, special arrangements are
being made for the last three
days of the Cruise which are to
be spent in English Harbour.
Although the Cruise is intended
tor sailing yachts, the Society will
welcome entries from owners of
power driven yachts.

Nelson first arrived at English
Harbour in September, 1784, when
as Captain he brought out H.M.S.
BoTeas to join the Leeward
Islands Squadron under Sir
Richard Hughes, Two years late
Sir Richard returned to England
and Nelson acted as Commander-
in-Chief.

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CARLISLE BAY.

formidable task. The buildings
in the Dockyard were surveyed in
1948 by the Senior Ancient Mon-
uments Architect of the British
Ministry of Works, who estimated
that it wauld cost some £50,000
to carry out essential repairs.
The Society do not expect to raise
this sum of money overnight, but
it does hope to obtain sufficient
support immediately to enable it
to arrest further decay, and to
inake a modest start with repairs,

Caribbean Cruise

The first of the activities to be
undertaken by the Society of the
Friends of English Harbour is the
organization of a Caribbean
Cruise in the Spring of 1952, The
Cruise will be under the spon-
sorship of the Royal Cruising

lub,

Starting at Barbados on Friday,
1st March, yachts will proceed by
way of Grenada, Carriacou, Be-
quia, St. Vincent, St, Lucia, Mar-
tinique,, Dominica and Guade-
loupe, to finish in English Har-
bour on the 19th of March,

Although the cruise is not an
ocean race, if sufficient owners
desire it, five of the trips between
the islands will take the form
of optional races. Prizes of his-
toric interest will be awarded ito



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Prince William of the Leewards in his letter:
were by no means complimen
During that time Prince Wil- tary.
liam Henry, later William IV, ;
came out to join the squadron as However the Antiguans soot

Captain of H.M.S. Pegasus, and
therefore under the command of
Nelson. Clarence House, a large
stone house on the hill opposite
the Dockyard was built as a shore
residence for the Prince, and is
used to-day as the Governor's
country residence.

Nelson and the Prince were on
the best of terms, and the Prince
insisted on being his friend’s
“best man” when he married the
youthful “Widow Nisbet” in Nevis
in 1787, Frances Nisbet was then
aged 22, and the widow of a
Nevis doctor who had died eigh—
teen months before. She survived
Nelson by many years and died
in Harley Street, London,

Not long after the wedding
Prince William, Henry returned
to Canada, and the same year
Nelson took the Boreas back to
England before the new Admiral
arrived,

The most interesting building
at the Dockyard to-day is the
Admiral’s House. This was used
as the Admiral’s shore residence
when at headquarters. After Sir
Richard Hughes had returned to
England, Nelson as acting Com-

DOCKYARD.

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mander-in—Chief—in his early
twenties—lived occasionally in
the Admiral’s Héuse. It is record-
ed however, that he spent most of
his time ising about to the
other islan and even when he
was in. Antigua he preferred to
live on his ship.

It seems that Nelson was not
too happy during his stay in An-
tigua. He was suffering at the
time from frequent illness and
temper - destroying. headaches,
also he was trying to teach his
Admiral and the Governor of
the Colony how to do their jobs.

Navigation Act

He crossed swords with them
over a technical point in the
Navigation Act. According to the
Act, trading vessels that were
not correctly registered were lia-
ble to be seized, This point had
been ignored by his superiors,
bit he foreed their hands. Nat-
urally the local merchants felt
rather strongly against the young
sea captain who seized the car-
oes they had purchased, an¢

his embittered him very much
His references to the

inhabitant:



saw the strict justice of his ac-
tions and were among the firs!
to acclaim him as a_ national
hero, and to mourn his death
twenty years later at Trafalgar
after his brief return to Antigua
while following up Admiral Vil-
leneuve just before the famous
victory.

Nelson has a special place~ in
the hearts of Englishmen ana
members of the British Common-
wealth. Nelson’s Monuments are
to be found in all parts of the
world, and his ship, the Victory
has been preserved, In 1932 Sir
Reginald St. Johnson, K.C.M.G.
wrote of Nelson’s Dockyard “. . .
this ancient naval depot in the
West Indies, where he (Nelson)
dwelt as a young man and began
to establish that reputation for
courage, zeal, and _ patriotism
which was to carry him so far,
should unquestionably be pre-
served as a national monument.
It will be a lasting disgrace if it
is allowed.to pass unheeded into
a heap of shapeless ruins, as
may soon happen if nothing is
done.” Now, some twenty years
later, something is going to be
done.

COLONIAL STUDENTS

LONDON, May 17.

Colonial students at the British
Council’s special residential centre,
Hans Crescent, in London, are
protesting against a decision which
means that three-quarters of them
will not be able to return there in
September.

Because of expenditure cuts and
consequent inability to employ
relief staff while permanent staff
have a holiday, the Council has
decided to close the hostel for a
fortnight as from July 16. The
200 students at present in resi-
aence—English and Overseas—
have been given notice to quit
but they may return for the
month of August. During thati
period 55 of them will be chosen
to continue in residence at Hans
Crescent. The lucky ones are to
be decided on partly by ballot and
partly by selection,

Many of the students feel this
treatment is unfair. They ex-
pressed their strong dissatisfaction
at a students’ meeting this week.
It was decided to petition the
Director of Colonial Scholars, Mr.
J. L. Keith, Colonial Office, on
the matter.

Gold Coast students are going
a step further, While identifying
themselves with the petition, they
have decided to approach their
home Government with a. view to
a hostel being instituted in London
for Gold Coast students.

Not all Colonial students are
opposed to the British Council's
decision. Mr. R. E. F. Davies,
President of the Sierra Leone

A GREEK GOD in Stature and
profile; an outstanding athlete in
all branches of sport and on the
running track; a nineteenth cen-
tury grandee complete with mono-
cle; and with it all a scholar who
overshadowed Simon and Birken-
heac. in his Oxford days:

Possessing all these gifts, it is
not surprising that Denzil Batch-
elor has chosen Charles Burgess
Fry as his hero.

In “C. B. Fry’, published by
Phoenix House Ltd.—one of the
first volumes in a series of lives
of the great ones of cricket—Mr
Batchelor has not only done ample
justice to the great, the noble one
of his choice but he has made it
possible for the reader .to recap-
ture the atmosphere of the de-

lightful persod of the nineties aro
the turn of the century when
amateurs still had the leisure to
compete successfully against pro-
fessionals and when the half vol-
ley was a ball to be crackei to
the boundary no matter in what
disguise it was presented to an
alert batsman.

Never counting the
of the crowd Charles was dis-
dainful of popular. opinion.
“Fine innings, Sir! Deuced fine
innings.”’ exclaimed a noble wai-
rus in the front row of the pavil-
ion at Lord’s when Charles was
returning from the wicket after a
glorious innings. “Did you think
so? Surely not? Why I missed
two bails”, Charles genially re-
plied. And at the end of his Test

plaudits

Cricket career in 1912 when Eng-
land led by Charles beat Austra-
in the never
first timeless Test, he treated the
plaudits of the crowd with Olym-
pian
throughout
taincy had been bitterly criticised
and he was actually booed when
going out to the middle, but when
his tactics and his individual skill
brought victory the crowd chang-
ing their tactics called for Fry
But Charles

lia

By E. B. TIMOTHY

Students’ Union, declared at the
students’ meeting: “Hans Crescent
is intended for all students and
there is no reason why one batch
ef students should expect to live
in the hostel throughout their stay
in Britain and thus enjoy a mono-
poly of the amenities provided.”

The reasons for the British
Council action were given me
to-day in an interview with Mr,
Hugh Paget, warden of Hans
Crescent, and Mr. R. L. M. Mac-
Farlane, Press Officer of the
British Council.

“IT can understand the feelings
of the residents’, said Mr, Paget.
“They are quite happy at Hans
Crescent and find it hard to leave.
I, also, am sorry to lose them,
The fact that the students are
reluctant to leave Hans Crescent,
is a compliment to the work we
are doing.”

Hans Crescent, however, is
primarily intended for new
errivals in Britain, When students
are admitted to residence in Hans
Crescent, they are told in writing
that their residence will normally
be for one academic year. At the
end of the academic year, a few
old students are asked to remain
and the vacant accommodation is
assigned to new arrivals.

Some students, T find, are fol-
lowing up. disgruntlement = at
having to leave Hans Crescent,
with criticism of the welfare
activities for students which the

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NONPAREIL |

that it was now his duty to appear
and graciously
receive the plaudits of the ignor-
The crowd called in vain for

on the balcony

to be fogotten
ant,

the captain

Before and He never admitted
match his cap- conventional
on the game
He admired
with a cross

Batchelor,
the
cricket.

not, appreciate

British Council provide. One
Colonial student to whom I spoke
said: “The British Council are
treating us shabbily; if they can-
not cope with the welfare work |
for students, they should hand
ever to the Colonial Office,” Wher,
reminded that students were
formerly dissatisfied with the
hostels run by the Colonial Office.
he replied: “It is true, Hans
Crescent offers better amenities
but the Colonial Office never
turned studets out into the streets
of London with nowhere to go.”

It is not correct to say the
Council are turning students out
without providing alternative
accommodation, The Council is
providing students with suitable
addresses of which the Council
approve. This problem of accom-
modation must be viewed in the
light of the present housing famine
in Britain, now accentuated by
the presence of visitors from over-
seas for the Festival of Britain.

In many ways, Hans Crescent
is unique for students. It contains
a library, adequately furnished; a
theatre, a lounge, a quiet room
where students may study. And
unlike most student hostels, it has
‘a large number of well-furnished
single rooms. For bed, breakfast,
and dinner, students pay three
guineas a week.

One West Indian student with
whom 1 discussed the hostel’s
amenities. said: “The monetary
value of the services we receive;
at Hans Crescent is nothing under |
£5.2.6d.; yet, we are only asked to!
pay £3.3.0d. a week.”



ply
politicians, harassed by threats of a new
rebellion, by growing public discontent at

General Yao Tchung Ming, is believed to

amid growing world tension could best be

GENERAL YAO WARNS |

'
Â¥ CALCUTTA, |
The Burma Road may be reopened to sup-
Red China.

And Burma’s bankrupt

Government inefficiency and corruption, and

by the presence of reinforced Chinese divi- |
sions across the border, are reported to be
considering a scheme for by-passing any
Western blockade of the China coast.

Red China’s suave ambassador to Rangoon,
have suggested that Burma’s “neutrality”

maintained by allowing the secret shipment
of rubber, wolfram, manganese, and other war
materials by Irrawaddy river steamer to
Mandalay, and thence by truck 800 miles
across the border mountains. "

All the goods would be bought by Chinese
ander-cover agents in South-East Asia, osten-
sibly for Burmese firms. It would be difficult
wnd embarrassing for the democracies to
prove otherwise.

The Red rebels who now virtually rule
Upper Burma would, in return cease anti-
Government activities and enable the ap-
proaching elections to proceed without
disturbance,

The rebels, in fact, have already laid off
the Burma Road, by which Britain and Amer-
ica armed Chiang Kai-shek against the
Japanese in World War I}.

TRUCK BURNED

All is quiet along the lower stretches. Only
oceasionally are “capitalists” attacked. A
British-owned petrol truck lay burned out at
the roadside when I motored up this week,
but road gangs were working unharmed,

They told me that Communist insurgents
ceased damaging the road three weeks ago—-
about the time the Chinese ambassador is
said to have put his plan before the Burma
Government.

Work is now going on all along the weed-
grown trail to Yunnan, where parties of
Chinese coolies are busy repairing the last
lap to Kunming.

But a large screen of troops and sus-

picious police prevent foreigners looking
further than the former Burmese summer
capital of Maymyo,

I found this hilltop town a vast armed
camp, with strongly guarded roadblocks
barring the route to China.

My pass, obtained with great difficulty,

allowed me to proceed no further. I was
warned that any attempt to infringe the
regulations might mean immediate impris-
onment.
There is no habeas corpus nowadays be-
hind Burma’s bamboo curtain, and the ever-
present secret police said the British Gov-
ernment would be unable to help me.

“We do not like foreign journalists”, said
officials everywhere. They spared no effort to
make their dislike quite plain.

Burma Army men said that large concen-
trations of troops were at Maymyo for train-
ing. British instructors, part of the military
mission to Burma, were endeavouring, with
little success, to instil discipline into raw
units. |

So far these units had shown more in-}
clination to loot places they are supposed to |
be protecting than to go out and beat the!
rebels.
But there are also several well-armed reg-

ular regiments, which no one denies may be
there in connection with the arrival of rein-{
forcements for the Chinese 11th and 17th}
Route Armies across the border.

The shadow of these Red troopers lies dark

across Burma. IX gives hope and strength |

to reviving rebel opposition.
THEIR ‘STALIN’

Burma’s Stalin, Thakin Than Tun, who
once boasted he would sell the gold leaf off
the sacred Shwe Dagon Pagoda in Rangoon,
is rallying scattered insurgent forces against
the Government.

Headquarters have been set up in a re-
mote jungle village. Various rebel com-
manders have slipped across the mountains
to take up posts in the new rebei high com-
mand,

The shaky administration in Rangoon car
do nothing to stop them. There are hardly
enough troops in South-East Asia, let alone
Burma, to root out the thousands of armed
men roaming the countryside.

And the Socialists, who form Burma’s lega!
government, know, if the rebels finally unite,
their cardboard pyramid of power will col-
lapse overnight.

Outside the main towns and a few poorly
held communication lines—and that means in
three-quarters of Burma—gunmen are in con-
trol and their bullets are the law.

Bullets may be whining through Rangoon
if trucks for China do not soon start rolling
up the Burma Road.—L.E.S.

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B.G. Population

Increases Rapidly

New Industries

Wanted

HON W. J. RAATGEVER told the Advocate yesterday
that British Guiana’s population is increasing as a result
of tne improved health conditions in the colony. due
principally to the D.D.T, Campaign which was carried out

within recent years.

Second Year
Seedlings Cut

The second year seedling trial
at Henley was cut during the
early part of the month. Twelve
seedlings were selected from this
trial. Eight of these will be in-
cluded in the third year seedling
trials, while all will be sent to the
various contributing colonies for
which they were selected, next
October.

The second year seedling ratoon
trial at Hothersal was also cut
during the month. The plots of
the seedlings which had been
selected were weighed and the
usual data taken. The results in-
dicate that none of the selected
seedlings should be discarded at
this stage, although some did not
perform exceptionally well,

Third Year Seedling Trials. One
third year seedling plant cane
trial was cut at Carrington. This
trial has frequently been under
water during the past year, and
variation from plot to plot and
bed to bed was very wide. How-
ever, the yields obtained were
still quite heavy. As in the other
trials, B.4744 and B.47419 were
outstanding, averaging 8 and 5
tons per acre more than the
standard variety B.87161, Sucrose

in juice of B.4744 was 19.3 per
cent. against 16.7 for B.37161.
B.47419 averaged 19.0 per cent.

sucrose in juice an@ B.4098 was
19.4 per cent,

Third year seedling first ratoon
trials were cut at Yorkshire, Col-
leton and Kendal. B.46223 and
B.46397 gave the heaviest yields
of cane, but the juice quality was
only equivalent to that of B.37161.
B.45151 gave a heavy yield of
ratoon cane, particularly at the
high rainfall stations, while the
sucrose in juice was roughly 2
per cent. higher than that of
B.37161, This cane trashes very
easily and has no prickles, but is
unfortunately a thin cane and so
not likely to be cultivated on any
scale in Barbados. The canes are
exceptionally sound and arrow
very sparingly. B.46364 also gave
a heavy yield of ratoon cane at
all stations, but appears to favour
the high rainfall areas. The juice
quality of this variety was good,
and the canes were very sound
and shed their trash easily. This

ariety will have to be tried fur-

ther before any definite recom-
mendations can be made,
Distribution of Ornamental

Plants. Four hundred and sixty-
six ornamental plants of different
species were distributed,

Entomological

Moth Borer Control. During
April, 67,797,000 moth borer egg
parasites were bred up and of
these 56,697,000 were available
for liberation, bringing the num-
bers so far bred up this year te
107,821,000 and the numbers lib-
erated to 94,343,000.

Planters who have not yet
fetched their quotas are advised
to do so before plant cane becomes
too dense in growth,

The beneficial results of last
year’s moth borer control work
are clearly shown by the fact that
the average per cent. joint or
cane internode infestation for 11
factories this year is down to 7.8

per cent.; the lowest average
figure yet obtained.
Routine field work on field

deposition of Diatraea egg masses
of parasitism by Trichogramma
eontinues as usual. .

Root Borer Control, Damage by
root borer to young plant cane has
not been so obvious this year,
owing to the rapid and vigorous
growth of such cane, due to con-
tinued rainfall.

Ratoon fields, and often Ist
ratoons which had been damaged
Jast year as plant canes, are now
showing characteristic damage in
several areas of the Island, par-
ticularly in the leeward areas. A
survey is being made to pick out

30 root borer damaged ratoon
fields of approximately 5 acres
each in a reasonably compact

area, in order to treat from 2 to
2} acres in each field with
mechanically distributed and in-
corporated Aldrin, as soon as such
fields are prepared in a flat seed
bed ready for this year’s planting
season. Materials and equipment
have been ordered, but there have
been delays and increases in price
due to disturbed world conditions.

Brown Hard Back Control, It is
anticipated that Aldrin treatment
will also control this pest as well
as cane field wood ants, but proper
experiments will have to be car-
ried out. In the meantime, the
predator of brown hard back
grubs, mainly Pyrophorus lumino-
sus or cucubano, the large firefly



Mr. Raatgever who was British
Guiana’s delegate at the Regional
Economic Committee, is among
other things, Chairman of their
Tourist Committee and a member
ef the B.G, Rice Marketing Board

He said that Elementary
Teachers’ salaries will reach the
two million dollar mark next
year. He added that although
they had built many new schools
in British Guiana within recent
years, the question of providing
accommodation for children ‘is
posing a problem in view of the
expenditure involved. A Com-
mittee under the chairmanship
of Mr. J Nicol, Educational
Adviser to the Comptroller for
C.D. and W. is however consid-
ering the whole matier,

In order to provide work for
children leaving school, jit will
be necessary to start new indus.
tries and expand the existing
ones, With this end in view, Gov-
ernment has recéntly enacted an
Aids to Industry Ordinance, giy-
ing a tax holiday for a period of
yeaits and exemption from duty
on machinery and equipment.

Rice Talks

Mr. Raatgever said that a dele-
gation from the B.G. Rice Mar-
keting Board met representatives
of the contracting Governments
of the West Indian islands in
Trinidad recently to discuss the
price of rice for the next’ three
years. Several Governments had
accepted the recommendations of

their representatives, but thd
members of the Rice Producers’
Association felt that the prices

should be negotiated annually in-
stead of every three years. Their
view has been communicated to
the respective Governments who
are considering the matter,

If remunerative prices can be
obtained by the producers, it is
likely that, they will be encour-
aged to extend the production.
Jamaica has been asking for sup-
plies and it is hoped that British
Guiana will be able to ship them
some rice this year,

When he left home, planting of
the rice crop was in full swing,
and it is expected that there will
be a good crop if nothing unfore-
seen happens.

Mr. Raatgever said that just
before he came out to Barba-
dos, some American capitalists
were in British Guiana exam-
ining the possibilities of starting
a plywood industry and C.D.C.
were going ahead with their
plans for expanding the timber
industry, It is hoped that their
modern saw mill will be erected
sometime next year.

The question of producing
shingles by machinery for ship-
ment to the West Indian islands,
particularly Barbados, is being
investigated as this would pre-
Shingles supplied from British
vent imports from Canada.
Guiana last considerably longer,
he said, as they are made of
hardwood.

Bauxite Industry

He said that British Guiana is
one of the largest producers of
high grade bauxite ore. Their out-
put is increasing and the bauxite
company has plans for further
expansion, It is proposed to do a
certain amount of processing in
the near future.

As far as tourism is concerned,
he said that British Guiana lack-
ed proper hotel accommodation
and until they could get a modern
hotel, they could not expand the
tourist industry.

Asked his impressions of the
Regional Economic Conference,
he said that it was the Sixth
Conference he had attended - in
Barbados and thought it the most
important one. He was very pleas-
ed with the unity that obtained
tnroughout most of the proceea
ings. It augurs well for the fu
ture of the West Indies that the
various representatives could
come and speak with one voice,



beetle has been seen in increased
numbers this year in the higher
more heavily wooded areas and is
undoubtedly helping ‘to control
the brown hard back there. In the
lower black soil less wooled
areas, this predator is not to be
found and considerable numbers
of brown hard backs or “May
bettles” have appeared this year.

Metamasius or Cane Stem
Borer, Concurrently with the
recent inereased rainfall there has
been an increase in Metamasius
damage to ripe canes and ratoon
stumps. This pest can only be
controlled by leaving no cut or
broken pieces of canes in fields at
reaping time, in which material
this bettle can and does breed and
multiply.

Orchilla.



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BACK



ADVOCATE





WORKERS receiving pay envelopes from Mr. E. D.



Registration Will
End On Thursday

EGISTRATION of electors
will cease on Thursday. So
far in the City area the Assistant
Registration Officers have practi-
cally completed registration in 14
areas, Some have started to com-
pile lists to be submitted to the
Supervisor,

inese officers have also to com-
pile alphabetical preliminary lists.
These too are submitted to the
Supervisor. He makes a thorough
check before submitting them to
the higher authority.

A few people are still refusing
to register. They give many
reasons for not wanting to vote.
Some claim that it is because of
their religion while others are not
interested.

N THE MORNING of Sep-
tember 1, 1950, the Spanish
yawl Doramas sailed into Carlisle
Bay wita 130 people huddled to-
gether on board. They were
Canary Islanders and were bound
for Venezuela in search of work.

After a few days in Carlisle
Bay they sailed for Venezuela but
nothing more was heard locally of
the boat or men. Many people
wondered whether the remainder
of the trip was uneventful.

A letter was received at our
Editorial Office yesterday morning
from one of the passengers of the
Doramas. He is Manuel Reina and
the only person on the voyage
who spoke English,

Reina says that after leaving
Barbados they arrived at La
Guaira on September 15 but had
to go to the small island of
By January they got
over the red tape and were in
Venezuela. He is working with a
sugar factory and the others are
employed in various places.

He said that the batch of Canary
Islanders would never forget the
kindness that was extended to
them in Barbados,
re FISH are plentiful. On

Saturday 1,760 pounds of
flying fish were sold in the Pub-
lic Market'and many more pounds
along the streets and at corners.
Saturday was a busy day for the
market. Apart from flying fish,
1,410 pounds of dolphin, 210
pounds of bill fish and 520 pounds
of shark were sold. Late on Sat-
urday night fish were being sold
at three cents each. On Sunday
too, a fair amount of flying fish
was caught.

IX AND A HALF

first crop ripe canes were
burnt when a fire occurred at
Seniors Plantation, St. Joseph on
Saturday night. They are the
property of J. A. Haynes and were
insured.



ACRES of

NOTHER FIRE at Friendship |

Plantation, St. Andrew, burnt
three acres of second crop ripe
canes and one and a half acres of
first crop ratoons, They belong to
Messrs S. P. Musson and were
insured.

58 Animals
Come From Nevis

Twenty-three horses, 11 mules
and 24 donkeys arrived here from
Nevis yesterday by the 60-ton
schooner Excelsior Hodge. The
animals along with 86 bags of
copra are expected to be landed
today,

The Excelsior Hedge is here on
her first visit. She was going
around the West Indies for the
past 16 years trading with general
cargo. She is owned by Joseph
Hodge of Anguilla, ~

Captain Hunte told the Adwvo-
cate yesterday that the Excelsior
Hodge was rebuilt last year. She
was badly damaged ‘after running
aground when struck by a gale
oft Anguilla. She has an overall
length of 75 feet amd carries a



crew of 12. She is consigned to
the Schooner Owners’ Associa-
tion.

Once again in stock after a long absence

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Mottley, M.C.P.

90 Labourers Get
$10,000 Back Pay

TEN THOUSAND DOL

LARS in back pay were paid

out to the 90 casual and day labourers of the Scavenging

Department of St. Michael yesterday

Mr, E. D. Mottley,

Chairman of the Department, handed out the first pay

packet.

Ninety-two employees of the department were on the

list.

Two are dead, however, and so the money will be
paid to one of their relatives.

Other employees of the

department will get their back pay at a later date



Three Marislavghter
Charges Down For
Criminal Sessions

(From Our Own Correspondent)
ANTIGUA
With a comparatively small
calendar the May Criminal Ses-
sions of the Supreme Court oper-

ed on Wednesday, the _ trial
Judge being Mr. Justice Cools-
Lartigue.

The eight cases on the calendar
include 3 of Manslaughter re-
sulting from collisions or the
overturning of motor vehicles
and 2 of forgery, one being a
remanet from the January Ses-
sions.

A man by the name of Mon-
tague Jeffers was sentenced to 4
years with hard labour for bur-

glary and wounding.

Jeffers had a number of pre-
vious convictions and he con-
ducted his oWn defence. ’

In The Harbour:
Ships Load
Sugar for UK

Two ships called at Barbados
yesterday to load 4,850 tons of
Sugar for the U.K. and Canada.
_ The Harrison Liner Astronomer
is loading 1,000 tons of white Sugar
and 1,950 tons of refining sugar
for London. She is also taking 237
packages of tamarinds and a sup-
ply of high proof spirits.

The other ship, S.S. Canadian
Censtructor, is taking 1,900 tons
of sugar for St. John and Mon-
treal. She is also loading molasses
and rum for Canadian ports,

The two ships joined here the
Harrison Liner Explorer and the
Saguenay Terminals’ Sun Valley,
which are loading sugar for Eng-
land and Canada respectively.
Almost all the lighters in the
inner basin had to be used to
handle the shipping of the sugar,
Some were working on the Alcoa
Pioneer which was discharging
cargo,

Lighters could be seen all along



side the wharf receiving suga
from the platforms of lorrig
About 50 lorries were around the

wharf, some being unloaded ani
others waiting their chance to be
inloaded. Most of them wer
from St. Philip, St. Joseph and
St. George.

Launches assisted in taking the
ladé., iighters to the ships. One
taunch was seen with a procession
of seven lighters behind her. It
was sugar everywhere on the
waterfront,

The Explorer is
today.



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ach. W
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da, St. John, N.B.; Halifax, Quebec

and Montreal by the M.V. Canadian

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Porcel Mail at 1

pm., Registered
Mail a: 2.30 p.m., and Ordinary Mail
2 nom. on the 20th May, 1951



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expected to sail! @
|

Some scavengers got much
as $117 while no one received le
an $18.90 ‘
Mr. Mottley told the cuieily
waiting crowd that he was glad
to have had the opporiunity to be
with them when they were re-+

ceiving their back pay.

No doubt, most of it would
have to be spent in paying the
debts they contracted during the
period they were waiting for it
he said. He was suggesting ta
them to put it to some good use,

and not to “lick it out.”
Confident
He said that he realised that

the cost of living had borne hard
upon them. He thought that they
had enough confidence in him
while he remained their Chair-
man to feel that he would do
everything good for them,

Mr. Mottley hoped that their
families would benefit from the
money and that they would spend
it to improve their standard of
living.

Granville

foster, Caretaker of

the department, said thanks to
Mr. Mottley and the St. Mi-
chael’s Vestry on behalf of the
seavengers whose faces gleamed
with appreciation. Miy,4 La) ae
Sharpe, Superintendent of the
department, distributed the pac-

kets

Appeal Judges
Reverse Decision

Their Honours Mr. G. L, Taylor
and Mr. J. W. B. Chenery, Judg
es of the Assistant Court of
Appeal yesterday reversed a de
cision of Mr. C. W Rudder,
Police Magistrate of District “B”
who imposed a fine of 15/
3/— costs on Artindel Broomes of

Laynes Road, St. Michael for not|

kéeping to his left while driving
the motor cay M—1817 on’ Max-
well Road on August 29.

Their Honours dismissed the
case without prejudice. Mr, D, H.
L. Ward appeared on behalf of
the defendant Broomes who
appealed against the decision, Sgt
Howard prosecuted for the Police

Broomes told the court that he}

was driving the motor car M-1817
on Maxwell Road on August 29
going in the direction of Bridge
town. He was driving the car at
about 15 to 20 miles and saw com-
ing to him in the opposite direc-
tion the motor car M-—-2022.
When he was about 30 feet from
the motor car he applied the
brakes but the car skidded and
an accident occurred.



success
gill
the
month, 355 yards

crew
a ring gill-net; it is

and!



$57,517 Repaid

To Fishery Officer

During April repayment or
loans reccived the Fishery
OMic an.ounted o $1,790.52
This amount brings the total re-
paid to date to $57,517.87. An
amount of $34.52 was also re
ceived in interest on loans mak-
ing a total of $738.40 collected |
in interest to date,

Loans issued to boat-owners
fcr the same _ period totalled
$2,243.80, making a grand total

of $104,226.72,

During the month a shipment
vf 1,100 yards of gill netting ar-
rived for sale to the fishing in-
dustry. This netting is 120 mesh

€s deep of 1-7/8th inches
stretched mesh and is sold at
70e per yard, It was imnorted

for introduction to the locaT fish
of the |

ing industry, as a result
obtained in experiment:
the Investigator with the
net. This netting arrived of
12th and by the end of the
had been sold

Experimental operations at se;
by the Investigator were cur
tailed during the month and the
were engaged in making uj
hoped the
this net will prove of additional
value to the gill-net in the cap
ture of flying fish.

Four fishing boats were 1»
during the month with the los
ef the life of one fisherman, One
wher boat drifted to St. Vincent
Two fishing boats that had pre
viously drifted to St Vineen
were recovered during th
month,

on

Earlier Decision
Remains In Force

Justices G L
J. W. is. Chenery in tne Court o
Appeal ordered tne decision o.
tonee Magistrate S. H. Nurse t
remain in force when the case o.
Colonel Michelin versus Lione
Walcott of Garden, St. James
c me before them yesterday.

when the case was called yes

ty whe defendant who ap-

Taylor anc

p.a ed against Mr, Nurse's deci
son of a fine of 15/- for indecen
i aguage on Garden Koad, Si
James and 40/- for resisting
~tiee Constables Hoyte anc

Greaves—did not appear in Court
Their Honours however ordere,
appeal costs of 5/8 lo be paid b;
the defendant

Nonpareil

@ From Page 4
ball, only missing a place in the
(xford team because of a pulle
muscle?

His successes on the athletic
track were just as easily attained
The hundred in evens and a re:
cord long jump which stood the
test of time for many years, Hi:
method of preparing for athletic
events would turn a moderi
coach’s hair grey. His record lon;
jump was made between puffs o
a “ ary Clay cigar washed down
no doubt, by copious draughts ©
‘Bamboo-shoot’, a potent cocktail
concoction—a tumbler filled with
equal parts of whisky and gin,

Everything came easily te
Charles, Cricket, Athletics anc
Soccer Blues did not prevent hin
from taking a brilliant First lh

later years he istinguished him
self in journalism and at the
League of Nations Assembly.

And what is his recipe?

Rhythmic control of the bod)
is the fundamental necessity fo
success in every gare, say
Charles

“If a man will consent to be
come an expert dancer first, al

these accomplishments shall be

added unto him.”

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CLASSIFIED ADS.











| PUNBLIC NOTICES







Ten cents per ayate line on week-days
| ancl 12 cents per agate line on Sundays,
minimum charge $1.50 on week-da
TELEPHONE 2508 | and $1.80 on Sundays.
we $$ nnn ptlagias Shed simheaheimoeeaiglantaansviibeninanignibdbiinaidieniieainiiy
For Births, Marriage or Engagement ;
announcements in Carib .Calling the FOR SALE | IS HEREBY NOTICE 3
charge is $3.00 for any number of words ! Cric BBY GIVEN that Windward
up to 50 snd 6 cents per word for each Minimum chert week 72 eents and} Cricket Club grounds will be open for
additional word. Terms cash. Phone 2508 | 8 ‘ents Sunda rd. — wver 24| Practice from Tuesday, 28th May
between 8.30 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Death | © 9's 3 oe week--@ coats @) 20.5.51~-2n
2 2 5 cord on Sundays —
Hates atey See Se THE SUGAR INDUSTRY AGRICUL-
se Weak a Lahiecaaliaied Gog ae TURAL BANK ACT, 13
° ie ere: rs holding specialty liens
DIED AUTOMOTIVE against CASTLE GRANT and RETREAT
——— Go ae re arene te Plantations in St. Joseph
BU RTON—On the 28th Ma? 1951 at CAR Morris Oxford 1949. Perfect con- TAKF NOTICE that I, Attorney, of
Thornbury Cottage, Thornbury Hill dition, owner-driven, new tyres and bat-| the above rlantation am about to obtain

Christ Church, James Francis Burton
(late retired Asst. Superintendent of
Prison at British Guiana). The funeral
leaves his late residence at 4.30 o'clock
this evening for Christ Church Parish
Church. Friends are invited



Eloise St.c rton (Widow), Estelle
A Clarke (Sister), 29.5.51—Im
THANKS

Se aness a’
BEST.We the undersigned beg through
this medium to thank all those who
sent wreaths and cards or otherwise
sympathised with us in our recent ~
reavement occasioned through the death
of my dear husband Frank Best.
Lilian Best (Wife), Julius Lane (Brother),
Isabella Clarke (Sister) and family.
(American Papers please copy)
29.5.51—1n
_—_——
TAYLOR—We the undersigned beg
through this medium to thank those
relatives and friends who attended or
sent us wreaths, letters, and cards, or
sympathised with us in our recent sad
bereavement.
Kenneth Taylor, Seymour, Ivy and Bruce
Brooks. 29.5.51—In

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BULBULIA—The relatives of the late
Yousuf M. Bulbulia (Cloth Merchant.
of Surti United Co.) gratefully acknow-
ledge with deepest appreciation the
various expressions of sympathy tend-
ered them and thank all those whe
attended the funeral and sent wreaths.



Zohra Begam (Widow!}, I. Bulbulia, M.
Bulbulia (brothers), A. Bulbulia
(Nephew). 2.5.51—I1n

SE
HAMBLIN—We the undersigned beg to
return thanks to the many friends and
sympathistrs, who sent us wreaths,
cards, and other tokens of sympathy
due to the death of our dear beloved
daughter and sister Marie Hamblin who
died May 20th 1951,
The Hamblin Family, Lloyd Inniss.
29.5.51—1n



GOCOOL—We beg through this medium
to return thanks to all those kind
friends who sent wreaths, letters of
condolence, or in any way expressed
their sympathy in our recent bereave-
ment caused the death of Jahn
Coccol.

Eva Gocool (Wife)

by

and family.
29.5.51—1n
YFARWOOD—In loving memon; of our
dear one Henry Allan Yearwood, who
passed to the great beyond on May
29th 1948.
Your task is o’er;
asleep,
Your loving hands can do no more,
For those you loved you did your
best;
May Gog grant you eternal rest.
Ever to be rémembered by Mrs. Carlotta

Yearwood (Wife), Mrs. Marguerite
O’neale (only daughter) and = grand-
children. 29.5.51—1n

SPRINGER—in loving memory of my
dear father Joseph Bishop Springer who
fell asleep May 28th 1950,

One year has passed since he fell





asleep,
Yet memories linger and cause us
tears;
Now we're broken-hearted and
depressed
We thrive on consolation, he is at
rest.
Beatrice Springer (daughter), Rawle,
Narma, Eriskine (Grand Children). .
5.51—1n
HEADLEY--In loving memory of our
dearly beloved grandmother Martha

Headley who departed this life on 29th
May, 1945.
Not dead to those who loved her
Not lost but gone before
Ivy (Daughter), Godfrey, Anita, Lenord,
Cammie, Cora, Vie (Grand Children).
29.5.51—1n
—_——[$?$_
INNISS—iIn loving memory-of my dear
husband James Inniss who died on 29th

May 1949.
May you with Christ His bliss
partake.
Though sundered now in death you
lie,

For in my heart I think of you
Not just today but each day through.
Madelene Inniss and far-ihy.
29.5.51—-1n



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~ GOVERNMENT NOTICE

Dental Surgeon—Mental
Hospital

APPLICATIONS are invited for
the (non-pensionable) post of
DENTAL SURGEON to the Mental
Hospital.

The Dental Surgeon is required
to visit the Hospital at least once
a week and to be responsible for
extracting, filling, scaling and
cleaning patients’ teeth. Instru-
ments, drugs and materials are
supplied by the Mental Hospital.

Applicants must state fees re-
quired for :—

(1) Extractions
(2) Filling (simple)
(3) Scaling and Cleaning.



Applications must reach the
Colonial Secretary’s Office not
later than June 5th, 1951.

29.5.51.-~2n.

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BUILDINGS FOR SALE



OFFERS ARE INVITED

FOR

OR ANY

OF

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FREEHOLD BUILDINGS
OCCUPYING

THE WHOLE OF ONE SIDE
OF

THE MARKET SQUARE
IN

ST. GEORGE, GRENADA.

FOR DETAILS Apply to:-

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island wide Wage
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tery. Fitted with “Pye” Shortwave Radio.
Cash or terms arranged. Dial 3684 or 4881
27.5.51—t.f.n,

a loan of £.5,000 under the provisions of

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o money has been borrowed under

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James 29.5.51—6n. wy

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To the creditors holding specialty liens
against REDLANDS Plantation,

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Fort Royal Garage Telephope—4504



29.5.51—4n.
ier intiaiihean ileal we St. George
CAR—1948. Hillman Minx in gooa| ,,T4K® NOTICE that J, Attorney, of

the above Plantation am about to obtain
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1951 to e Agricultural year

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condition. At Golden Ridge, St. George.
Phone #6--3h6. 8 28:5.51 an | No money has been borrowed under
eet ee me ae the Agricultural Aids Act, 1905, or the
VANS—New Morris Cowley and Ty, above Act in respect of such year
J 10 cwt Vans. Last chance at old| =*téd this 25th day of May, 1951.
prices: Morris 6 Saloon and Two Door| 1°~ stees, Estate of E. T. COX,
Minor Saloons all on hand for iminea- per A. P. COX,
jate delivery. Attorney.
Fort Royal oanee Ltd. 26.5.51—3n
Telephone—4504 29.5.51—4n
THE wee INDUSTRY AGRICUL-
‘RAL BANK ACT, 1943
ELECTRICAL TO THE CREDITORS’ HOLDING
SPECIALTY LIENS AGAINST Grigg
REFRIGERATOR—One U.S. 7 cubic] Farm PLANTATION, St. Andrew
foot Frigidaire Refrigerator. Apply: TAKE NOTICE that we the Trustees
of the above Plantation are about to
obtain a loan of £3,000 under the pro-
17.5,.51—t.f.n | visions of the above Act against the
_ ———_——— | said Plantation, in respect of ihe
HEATING PADS with 3 Heats have] Agricultural year 1951 10 1952
just arrived. John. F. Hutson Ltd No money has been borrowed under
29.5.51—2n | the Agricultural Aids Act, 1905, or the
ip cites Neeamat needled siti caniesnnnpeatamgide: above Act (as the case may be) in
PREMIER TOASTERS— just received respect of such year
John F. Hutson Ltd 29.5.51—2n Dated this 29th. day of May 195i

L. C. M. ARCHER,
et al Executor and Trustees:
B, H. V. OUTRAM.

- Just received.
29.5.51—2n

PREMIER KETTLES

John F. Hutson Ltd



Attorney, 5.51—3n
.
IV. BARBADOS CHORAL SOCIETY
L ESTOCK Members are notified that all practices
TWO WELL-BRED COW Ss ane to calve | #T¢ eancelled until further notice
2 51-
28th May, gave 30 and 28 pints respec- |. aie 29.5 =?
tively with last calves. Dial 4803 a iA
Clarendon Dairy Farm, Black Rock. NOTICE

26.5.51--3n RESULTS OF THE PRIZE DRAWING







a | of the St. Luke's Old Boys’ Association
HORSE—Riding Horse, One half-bred Ist Prize A 258
bay gelding by “‘Battle Front’. Can be 2nd Cc 448
seen at Allaynedale Plantation, St. Peter. 6. Cc 192
26.5.51—-3n. 4th A 339
5th Cc 172
6th ¢s A 159
MECHANICAL oh; A 189
GRASS CUTTERS — Massey-Harris 5 i a one
and 6 ft, immediate deliveries. thes loth ‘ B 478
Solicited Courtesy Garage. sear ae Lucky holders of these numbers are
ake ;| asked to call at St. Luke’s Boys’ School
any week-day 9 a.m, to 3 p.m, for their

POULTRY

COCKRELS: A_ few White Leghorm
Imported. Dial 2704

prizes
DARNLEY DaCOSTA VAUGHAN,
Secretary
JONES, |

Ccckrels. HARRINGTON H





Harold Weatherhead c/o Weatherhead's
Drug Store. Phone 2164-3144.

27.5,51—2n |] 29.5.51—I1n President
PULLETS; 100 American Barred Rock
Sex Pullets (five wecks old) Bred for LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Elise Harris of |
Church Village, St. Philip for permission
to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c. at a
board and galvanize shop attached to res-
idence at Church Village, St. Philip

Dated this 25th day of May 1951

special meat and egg production Apply
Harold Ward, Grazette’s Road, St.
Michael. 29.5.51—2n

MISCELLANEOUS









To: A W. HARPER, Esq
ANTIQUES — Of every description.} Ag. Police Magistrate,
Glass, China, old Jewels, fine Silver Dstrict “C”
Water-colours. Early books, Maps, ELISE HARRIS,

Autographs ete., at Gorringes Antique

Applicant
Shop, adjoining Royal Yacht Club.

N.B.—This application will be consid-



3.9.50—t.f.n. | ored at a Licensing Cort to be held at
Pape lice Court, [istrict “C’ on Friday the
BARGAIN—Ladies Brown Fur Coat on "Gue ot dune 1951 at 11 o'clock_a.m
Modern and as good as new Half orig- m A. W. HARPER,
inal cost Phone—2405. 29.5.51—8n Ag. Police Magistrate

eer ea ae: aca tlhe “ony
GALVANISED SHEETS—Best quality Distret ic".
new sheets, Cheapest in the Island!
6 ft $5.04; 7 ft $5.88; 8 ft $6.72; 9 ft $7. 56;
10 ft $8.40, Nett cash. Better hurry!

co., LTD.
Bis EDS Ty 4,5.51—t.f.n.



LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Cleopatra Springer
of Round-the-Town, St, Peter the pur-
chaser of Liquor License No, 304 of



LIPTON’S TEA: Fresh shipment of this] 1951 granted to in respect of a board
particularly popular Tea is now in the| and shingled Shop with everite roof
hands of ;/our grocer. Prices unchs vnged. | and shed attached at Round-the-Town,
John F. Hutson, Ltd —Agents St. Peter io remove said License to a

an 29,5.51—-2n] board and shingle Shop with everite
ooo roof and shed attached at Goddings







Alley, Speightstown, St. Peter and to

FOOLS, POTTERY- anae SeOe YC ae use said License at such last described

wall plaques in flying ducks, blue birds,





etc.,, also ornaments, cigarette premises :
Sones fain alshen. putter dishes, ashtrays Dated this Sad ay ot eae
etc. Louis L, Bayley, BONee rr gs Agt: tor. SPRINGER
arent eran - : Applicant.
— Y H. NURSE Esq.
WALLABA POSTS-—Sizes 8, 10, 12, | To:—SYDNE Dit E.”

Police Magistrate,
N.B—This application will be con-
sidered at a Licensing Court to be
held on Wednesday, 6th. day of June,



AOR G. Mayhew. Dial 4334 or 2582.

ae RO a semen 5.51—4n
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ARRIVED!
SOLD!



a —— SS 1951 at il o'clock a.m. at Police Court,
oR
et SYDNEY H. NURSE
Police Magistrate,
Dist. “E” —St. Peter 29.5 ees

~ ORIENTAL

SOUVENIRS, CURIOS,
JEWELS

New Shipment of Gas
Cookers arrived, all

sold before arrival.

See them at Gas Showroom

before delivery . . and New Shipment opened
ge Book your order TO-DAY HI
for next shipment. ieee sss RE S ney







FLASH NEV
TO HAND THIS WEEK-

CANADIAN ELECTRIC IRONS & TOASTERS
THE CENTRAL EMPORIUM

Corner of Broad & Tudor Streets

en ee News:



poo GSS ISS.
erent nee ey

NOTICE

WE WISH TO ADVISE OUR
CUSTOMERS
THAT OUR

PARTS DEPARTMENT
WILL BE CLOSED FROM FRIDAY,
Ist JUNE TO MONDAY 4th JUNE
1951, BOTH DAYS INCLUSIVE, ;
;





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DOR: ROS

FOR OUR
ANNUAL STOCK-TAKING



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BOWDING ESTATES & TRADING (0., |
ECKSTEIN BROTHERS

nee eee,

3
%
a BAY STREET “$s DIAL 4269 :
ne 3









BARBADOS ADVOCATE



FOR RENT

Minimum
cents

charge
Sundays

week
24 wor
word week—4

2 cents
— over 4
cents a

| 6

words 3 cents a
| word on Sundays.
i
|
|
|











AIRY COT~—Government
| Dining and Breakfast
Bedrooms,
195)

Hill, Living,
Rooms; Three
Water and Electric; from ist
Phone Geo. A. Gill 3369 or
26.5.51—3n.

| June
4170





St Lawrence ‘Gap
Vacant, June the Ist
29.5.51—2n.

ULLSDALE,
Sitting, and
(3 with run-
2 Toilets, Kitchen,



BOULOGNE —
Fully furnished
Dial 8459



| ULLSDALE- From ‘August.
| Pine Road Drawing,
j Wining room, 4 Bedrooms,
ning water) Bath,
Kitchenette with Gas
fittings, Garage
|B, B. Smith

stove, Electric
Phone—3746.
29.5.5i—In.

WANTED





Minimum charge week 72 cents and

86 cents Sundays 24 words — over 24





The pudlic are hereby warned against
| Kiving credit to my wife ALMA OLETHA |
ROCK {nee Springer) as I do not !
myself responsible for her or anyo
} else contracting any debt debts in
| my name unless by a written order signed
| by me

| W. N. ROCK

| Hindsbury Road,

5. 5.51—2n

St. Michael
The public are hereby warned against
siving credit to any person or persons
whomsoever in my name as I do not hold
myself responsible for anyone contract-
ing ary debt or debts in my name unless
by a written order signed by me
LINCOLN ,BYNOE,
Scarborough Land,
Christ Church









29.5.51—2n







The public are hereby warned against
giving credit to my wife CAMPBELL
DUKE (nee Sargeant) as I do not hold
myself responsible for her or anyone else
contracting any debt or debts in my name
Uniess by a written order signed by me





words 3 cents @ word’ week—4 cents al. EDGAR DUKE,
word on Sundays. Garden Land,
St. Michael
HELP 2?.5.51—2n
E> P ERIENCED SERV ae The public are hereby warned against
| Smal Modern House Ten i ene giving credit to wy wife IANTHE JONES

Apply before 10 in the morning or after

3. in the afternoon, to Mrs. Scaife, La

Garoupe, Cane Hill, St. Michael
29.5.51—1n

GENERAL SERVANT—Apply between
midday and 2 p.m. Mrs, J Connell, ?hdne
Hill 29.5.51—4n

MISCELLANEOUS __

WANTED TO RENT.
TWO BEDROOM furnished apartment.
Near town. Reasonable rental. Write

5307 oe AS au. 2, Montreal,
Quebec.





SHARES: 500 Ordinary Shares in the
Barbados Co-operative Bank around $1.50
Write ”.0O. Box 266 rr Phone 4796

29.5. 51—2n



NOTICE

Re Estate of
WHILLEMINA AUGUSTA BUSHELL

(Deceased)

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all
persons having any debt or claims
against the Estate of Whillemina A.
Bushell deceased, late of Thorpe Cottage,
St. George in the parish of St. George
in this Island who died in Barbados
on the 13th day of December 1950, are
requested to send in particulars of ‘their
claims duty attested to the undersigned
Gertrude Connell of Garden Land,
Country Road, St. Michael, on or before
the 28th day of July, 1951 after which
date I shall proceed to distribute the
assets of the deceased among the parties
entitled thereto, having regard only to
such claims of which I shall then have
had notice and I will not be liable for
the assets or any part thereof so dis-
tributed to any person of whose debt
or claim I shall not then have had
notice,

And al persons indebted to the said
estate are requested to settle their in-
debtedness without delay.

Dated this Ist day of May, 1951.

GERTRUDE ISABELLA CONNELL
Qualified executrix of the Estate of
Whillemina Augusta Bushell, {oeeren:
§,51—4n,







HARRISON COLLEGE AND
QUEEN’S COLLEGE

Removal of Office of
Secretary-Treasurer



As from the Ist of June, 1951,
the office of the Secretary-
Treasurer to the Governing Bodies
of Harrison College and Queen's

College will be situated at Har-| persor shall in the meantime give notice |
rison College (in the building] in duplicate to me at my ps of

ee eles * ae alike . | Pposition of such registration, The trade
adjoining the Headmaster’s resi kK can be seen on application at my
dence), office

Fees for pupils of either schooi
will be received as follows:—

AT HARRISON COLLEGE:

on Mondays, Tuesdays and

Wednesdays 9,00 a.m.—12 noon

Fridays 9.00 a.m,—12 noon

Saturdays 9.00 a.m.—10.00 a.m,
AT QUEEN'S COLLEGE:

on Thursdays 9.00 a.m.—12 noon

All cheques for fees in respect
of pupils of these schools must be
drawn in favour of the “Treasurer,
Governing Body, Harrison Col-
lege/Queen’s College.”

29,5.51—2n.



We buy

USED & MINT STAMPS

the Caribbean Stamp
Sesctye No. 10, Swan Street.
26.5.51,—3n,





CUT THis OWT

POST OFFICE NOTICE |

SURFACE POSTAGE RATES



Class
of correspondence



LETTERS
Not exceeding 1 oz.

each additional oz. or part
POSTCARDS

PRINTED PAPERS & BOOKS

(except newspapers)
Not exceeding 4 ozs.
each additional 4 ozs.

(each) oe a

or part
Not exceeding 2 ozs. we ’
each additional 2 ozs. or part
NEWSPAPERS

Not exceeding 6 ozs.

each additional 6 ozs. or. part

Not exceeding 2 ozs. iJ
each additional 2 ozs. or part

COMMERCIAL PAPERS

Not exceeding 4 ozs. : ae
each additional 4 ozs. or part ve

Minimum charge (for 12 ozs.)

each additiona
SAMPLES OF MERCHANDISE

Not exceeding 4 ozs. an ae
each additional 4 ozs. or part ..
Not exceeding 2 ozs. Tv «

each additional 2 ozs. or part ..

LITERATURE FOR THE BLIND
For every 2 lbs. or part .. 7

SMALL PACKETS
Minimum charge (for 10 ozs.) .«

each additional 2 ozs, or part .,

INSURED BOXES

Minimum charge (for 10 ozs.) ..

each additional 2 ozs. or part .

|
e

2 ozs. or part ..

{nee Waldron) as I do not hold myself
responsible for her or anyone else con-
tracting any debt or debts in my naine
unless by a written order signed by me
DaCOSTA JONES, (Shopkeeper).
Vauxhall,

Christ Church

29. 5.51—2n





The attention of the Public is directed {
to a NOTICE appearing in the Advocate |
newspaper of Saturday the 23rd day of
September 1944, warning against giving
credit to anyone except those having an
order signed by me. This notice was never
rescinded and still hoids

RAL! BELLE, —



20.5,51—2n

"TAKE NOTICE
COLLEEN

That SOAP & EDIBLE PRODUCTS
LIMITED, a company incorporated under
the laws of the Island of Jamaica, Manu
facturers, whose trade or business address
is Producer Road, West End, Kingston,
Jamaica, British West Indies, has applied
for the registration of a trade mark in
Part “A” of Register in respect of com-
mon soap detergents and all preparations
for laundry purposes and also in respect
of perfumery, including toilet articles,
preparations for the teeth and hair and
perfumed soap, and will be entitled to
register the same after one month from
the 29th day of May, 1951, unless some
person shall in the meantime give notice
m duplicate to me at my” office of
opposition of such registration, The trade
mark can be seen on application at my
office.

Dated this 25th day of May,
HH. WILLIAâ„¢
Registrar of Trade Mark

29.551



“an



=
:

TAKE NOTICE
CORONET

That SOAP & EDIBLE PRODUCTS
LIMITED, a company incorporated under
the laws of the Island of Jamaica, Manu-
facturers, whose trade or business address
is Producer Road, West End, Kingston,
Jamaica, British West Indies, has applied
for the registration of a trade mark in
Part “A” of Register in respect of com-
mon soap detergents and all preparations
for laundry purposes and also in respect
of perfumery, including toilet articles,
preparations for the teeth and hair and
perfumed soap, and will be entitled to;
register the same after one month from
the 29th day of May, 1951, unless some






Dated this 25th day of May, 1951
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Merks |
ena 5.51—3n

TAKE NOTICE
CAMEO

That SOAP & EDIBLE PRODUCTS
LIMITED, a company incorporated under
the laws of the Island of Jamaica, Manu-
facturers, whose trade or business address
is Producer Road, West End, Kingston,
Jamaica, British West Indies, has applied
for the registration of a trade mark in
Part “A” of Register in respect of com
mon soap detergents and all preparations
for Jaundry purposes ani also in respect
of perfumery, including toilet artic
preparations for the teeth and hair and
perfumed soap, and will be entitled .to
register the same after one month from
the 29th day of May, 1951, unless some
person shall in the meantime give notice



in duplicate to me at m office of
opposition of such registration, The trade
mark can be seen on application at my
office,
Dated this 25th day of May, 195)
H, WILLIAMS,
29.5.51—-3n







erect mene

PERSONAL |

and |





PUBLIC: SALES









Ten cents per agate line on 1
and 12 cents per line on Su aay
minimum charge 0 on wee day Ws
and $1.80 on Sundays,
———$—$— $$ |
REAL ESTATE i
PENRITH situate at the *orner of
llth Avenue and Belmont toad, St
Michael, standing on 11.240 square feet

of land. The house is bullt of stone and
contains drawing, dining, breakfast
rooms and kitchen downstairs, three
bedrooms, toilet and bath upstairs.
Usual modern conveniences. Garage

and servants rooms in yard,

Inspection every day (except Sundays)
between 4 and 6 p.m. or by appointment
Dial 3965.

The above will be set up for sale at
Public Competition at
Lucas Street, Bridgetown,
Ist June 1951, at 3 p.m.

CARRINGTON & SEALY,
Solicitors.
. 19.5.51—9n.
—

LAND—3'4
ated in
Hall Corner, near 3
$1,000. Apply H

our office in
on Friday, the

Large spots of land situ-
Tudor Bridge Gap, near Eagie
Bus lines. Price
Stuart on Premises

29.5.51—In



—u—_ _—_
PRIVATE INVESTOR can invest up to
three thousand pounds. Must be weil
secured. Personal Loans not desired
Write Box No. X.Â¥.Z. C/o. Advocate Co
29.5.51—I1n





TAKE NOTICE
DREAM

That SOAP
LIMITED, a company incorporated under
the laws of the Island of Jamaica, Manu-
facturers, whose trade or business address
is Producer Road, West End, Kingston.
Jamaica, British West Indies, has applied
for the registration of a trade mark in
Part “A” of Register in respect of com
mon soap detergents and all preparations
for laundry purposes and also in reapect
of perfumery, including tollet articles
preparations for the teeth and hair and
perfumed soap, and* will be entitled to
register the same after one month from
the 29th day of May, 1951, unless some
person shall in the meantime give notice
in duplicate te me at my offce of
opposition of such registration. The trade

mark can be seen on application at my
cffice.
Dated this 25th day of May, 1951

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
29.5. 51-—3n

TAKE NOTICE
DAWN

That SOAP & EDIBLE PRODUCTS !
LIMITED, a company incorporated under
the laws of the Island of Jamaica, Manu
facturers, whose trade or business addres
is Producer Road, West Bnd, Kingston
Jamaica, British West Indies, has applied
for the registration of a trade mark in
Part “A” of Register in respect of com-
mon soap detergents and all preparation:
for laundry purposes god also in respect
of perfumery, including toilet articles,
preparations for the teeth and hair and
perfumed soap, and will be entitled t
register the same after one month ftor





the 29th day of May, 1951, unless some
person shall in the meantime give notice
in duplicate to me at my officer o
cpposition of such registration, The trad
mark can be seen on application at m
office
Dated this 25th day of May, 1951
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks

29.5. 51-—21

TAKE NOTICE
HYGEA

That SOAP & EDIBLE PRODUCTS
LIMITED, a company incorporated under
the laws of the Island of Jamaica, Manu
facturers, whose trade or business addres
is Producer Road, West End, Kingston
Jarmat British West Indies, has applied
for the registration of o trade mark in
Part "A" of Register in respect of com
mon soap detergents and all preparation:
for laundry purposes and also in respe:!
of perfumery, ineluding toilet articles
preparations for the teeth and hair an
perfumed soap, and will be entitled t
register the same after one montt from
the 29th day of May, 1951, unless some
person shall in the meantime give, notices
in duplicate to me at my oflce ¢
oppesition of such registration, The tride
mark can be seen on application at my
office,

Dated this 26th





day of May, 1951,

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks
29.5. Slr

TO-DAY'S NEWS FLASH

Book of the West
Countries of the
Caribbean including the Bermu-
das, the Bahamas and tne
Guianas “$18.00

F.A.B.: :—The Great Enemy of







The Year
Indies and

Dirt. A spotless cleans-
er of Clothes, Dishes, Painted
Articles and anything that looks
Dirty or is Dirty

JOHNSON’S STATIONERY
& HARDWARE



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EFFECTIVE IST JUNE, 1951 |
. : |
N.B. No Revision of Inland or Empire Rates
Inland Empire Foreign Remarks
Cents Cents Cents ahs i
3 : ; § Maximum weight 4 lbs.
1 Max. size 6” x 4”
Con a . { Min. ,, 4” x 3”
|
2 _ i | Maximum weight—
i wad a | Inland 5 Ibs.
+ Empire 7,
~« 2 3 Foreign or
~éi 1 1
\ }
2 _ -~ | Maximum weight: |
1 _ — | Inland 5 Ibs.
+ Empire sta es
pt. 2 2 | Foreign re 5
aa 1 1
fh eS |
1 —~ -—
do |
iain 5 8 |
he 1 1 |
2 _ _ | Maximum weight: |
i _ - | Inland 5 Jb
+ Empire 5 |
die 2 3 | Foreign |
oni 2 2 | |
‘ 1 1 1 Maximum weight 11 Ibs, |
. — 10 15 1 Maximum weight 2 Ibs. |
on 2 3 § (No service to Canada) |
— 20 30 f Be Nal
—_— 4 6 Lt Registration compulsory. |
Ins. fee —- 28c. for every
= $168.00, or part, of value. |
4 6 8

FEE

REGISTRATION



Advice of delivery of a eet

article

INSURED LETTERS are ‘subject to the same conditions of weight and dimensions as are
The insurance fee is the sare as for insured boxes.

to registered letters.

General Post Office,
BARBADOS

i 26th May, 1951.

Fee—6 cents at time of posting,



8 cents after despatch of article. |

.§ No charge if non«delivery is reported by the addressee.

applicable

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PAGE SEVEN
MONTREAL, AUSTRALIA, NEW PER res
ZEALAND LINE, LIMITED
(ML.A.N.Z. LINE

ss ARABIA i sched a to sai) M/V Caribbee will accept Cargo
from Hobart, 12th May, Adelaide 26th
May, Melbourne 6th June, Brisbane 16th and _ Passengers for Dortinica,
June, Sydney 23rd June, arriving at Trin- as
idad during the latter half of July, and Antigua, St. Kitts, Montserrat
proceeding thereafter te Barbados and
Liverpool and Nevis. Sailing the Ist Jute

In addition to general cargo this vessel
has ample space for chilled and hard 1951.
frozen cargo

Cargo accepted on through Bills of Lad- oa ee
ing for transhipment at Trinidad to Brit- 4
Islands. Leeward and Windward BWw.t SCHOONER OWNERS

For further particulars apply —

FURNESS, WITHY & CO., LTD, ASSOCIATION (Inc.)

Trinidad,
Bwi. ‘ Consignee. Tele. No. 4047.
and
DA COSTA & CO., LTD.,
Bridgetown,
B.W.I, SOE



\e ALcon Senet Fae







NEW YORK SERVICE oy
S.S. “TINDRA" Sails 18th May Arrives Barbados 30th M ii
A STEAMER Sails 8th June Arrives Barbados 19th June, 1951. a











NEW ORLEANS’ SERVICE









SS. “ALGOA ROAMER" Sails 16th May
S.S. “ALGOA PATRIOT” Sails 30th May — Arrives Barbados 15th Jumegel!
3.S. “ALCOA POLARIS" Sails 13th June -— Arrives Barbados 28th Jon ee :
CANADIAN SERVICE ee Ses
SOUTHBOUND
Name of Ship Sails Montreal Sails Halifax Arrives B'dos.
54. “ALCOA PIONEER” May 11th May 4th May ain
s.s. “FOLKE BRERNADOTTE” May 25th May 30th June ft
ss. “ALCOA PLANTER” June &th June 11th June
NORTHBOUND ites
s.s. “ALCOA PEGASUS” due May 28th sails for St. John and St. Lawrence
River Ports.





s hve limited passenger accommodation,



ROBERT THOM LTD, — NEW YORK AND GULF SERVICE.
APPLY:—DA COSTA & CO., LTD.—CANADIAN SERVICE



CANADIAN SERVICE
From Halifax, N.S. & Montreal

LOADING DATES

Expected Arrival





Montreal Halifax Dates, Bridgetown,
“FEGGEN™ 25 Apr. 30 Apr, Mae "
UNWHIT 9 May 14 May 30 May «=
23 May 28 May 14 June
6 June i 11 June ( 27 June



U.K. SERVICE
Krom Newport, Bristol, Liverpool and Glasgow





; Bristol Expected
Newport Ports Liverbool Glassow Arrival Dates
see st Barbados
“st NV ALLEY 4 Apr. 8 Apr, 14 Apr. 22 Apr. 9 May
_BUNRSLL _ ~ 17 May 21 Me 6 June







U. K. & CONTINEN ‘AL SERVICE

Expected Arrival
London Dates, B:

Barbad
22 Abr. 29 Apr






Antwerp Rotterdam
1s Apr.



“Di LONDON MARINER"

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Agents : PLANTATIONS LIMITED = Phone 4703



PASSAGES TO EUROPE

Contact Antilles Products, Limited, Roseau, Dominica, for
Sailing to Europe fortnightly. The usual rts of call art
Dublin, London, or Rotterdam. are £70; usual
reduction for children,

<

Single



For swift deliveries and casy manceuvering in city and
suburban areas, this van is unexcelled for the carrying of
many types of’ merchandise. It has an all-stecl body with
safety sliding doors, and provides excellent visibility for the
driver. Loading space is exceptional, no less than 150 cubic
feet! The low fucl consumption and negligible maintenance
costs ensure really econornical operation.

moRRIS-COMMERCIAL

FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD.
Phone 2385 Sole Distributors Phone 4504









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Your Favourite Skin Cream ... This Medicated Skin Cream
prevents SUNBURN Soothes and Heals,
Skin Irritations. -
“NOXZEMA” ... allows you to enjoy your Holidays, or. .
Weekends without Fear or Worry about Sunbur:
Remember its “NOXZEMA”
The Medicated Cream in the “Little Blue Jar”
Three Sizes 1/3, 3/9, and 5/6 per Jar

in
Obtainable at - - -

BOOKER'S (Barbados) DRUG STORES
Ltd.—Broad Street
and ALPHA PHARMACY, Hastings





















Arrives Barbados ist June, 19$1.*2~

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PAGE EIGHT





BARBADOS ADVOCATE



BARBADOS BEAT J rT JAMAI CA 5—2

Johnson Scores

Two

Goals

BARBADOS easily won the final football Test from
Jamaica yesterday at Kensington Oval by beating them
5—-2. Another large crowd saw Desmond Johnson score
two goals, Keith Walcott, “Brickie” Lucas and R. Hutchin-
son kicked in one goa! each to give Barbados a convincing
victory over Jamaica.



si Ba

CLYDE WALCOTT.
WalcottScores
First Century
Gels 82 And 101

Clyde Walcott Reports on
Lancashire League Games

Before a crowd of 6,000, En-
field played Accrington on Whit-
Monday and Tuesday. The En-
field “gate” of £284 was only
£10 short of the 1921 record for
the “* Whit-Monday game. The
home team won the toss and sent
Acerington to bat on a_ wicket
which was not helpful to bowl-
ers. They got away to a solid
start,» the first wicket falling at
86 and the batsmen were always
on the go for runs. They declared
at 4.40 with the score at 184 for
7 wickets giving Enfield a sport-
ing chance to get the runs.

Clyde Walcott captured 3 wic-
kets for 47 runs in 15 overs.

At the close of play, Enfield
had. scored 140 for 7 wickets.

F. Hutchinson playing at right
half-back for the colony kicked
into his goal to give Jamaica their
first goal. The other goal was
scored by the Jamaica captain
Miller.

Barbados got their first two
goals in the first half. The game
was thrilling from beginning to
end but in the latter part of the
second half, Jamaica with two men
om the field gave very little
resistance to the pressing Bar-
bados forwards.

The game started with Barbados
defending from thé north end of
the field. Drayton playing at
right wing for the Island received
a long low pass just after the
kick off from Johnson but Excei
tackleq and cleared.

McLean on the right wing
shortly after, ran down on re-
ceiving a pass from Miller but he
had no chance to centre as Grant
rushed in to him, Jamaica now
was definitely looking for a goal
cnd_ their first one came when
F. Hutchinson at right half back,
kickéd into his goal. Cozier made
®n effort to get to the ball but he
was. _too late. Shortly after
R. StC. Hutchinson at left wing
equalised for the island.

The score now was Barbados
one and Jamaica one, With the
score even, both sides were seen
pressing eech other for all they
wero worth in an effort to put
in the odd goal. Walcott missed
a chance when he miskicked the
ball after Drayton had centred
nicely across from the right wing.

About five minutes before the
end of the first half Referee Harris
awardéd a penalty kick to Bar-
bados when Bayliss fouled
R. Hutchinson in his area. Wal-
eott took this kick and made no
mistake in kicking it into the
goal. Cooper moved but in the
wrong direction. At half time
the score was unchanged with
Barbados two and Jamaica one.

On resumption gamaica quickly
got on the offensive and Cozier
was tested twice but every time
saved. However after a melee
in the area Jamaica got their
second goal when Miller kicked
te ball into the nets.

GETS TROPHY

VAMOOSE, which sailed undefeated in the Tornado Association
regattas, won the Tornado Trophy.

International Helmsman‘
Loves Tornadoes

VAMOOSE WINS TROPHY

(By Our Yachting Correspondent)

THE TORNADO TROPHY goes to Vamoose.
Sixth and final regatta of the series, which was sailed in
Carlisle Bay on Sunday morning,
Vamoose, skippered by her owner

defeated in this series,



was won by Vamoose.

third, 21 seconds after Cyclone.
Next was Edril which had a lead
of 20 seconds on Breakaway,
Swansea completed the round 42
seconds later but soon afterwards
dropped out. Thunder was many
minutes behind Swansea and John
Bladon also decided to drop out
of the race when he was mid-
way between the Bay Street and
Club marks.
Vamoose increased her lead and
the end of the second lap she
was now 35 seconds ahead of Cy-
clone which was still’ second.
Zephyr, which took the northern
use instead of the southern, as
the other boats were doing, was
overtaken by Edril and Break-
eway. .Edril completed this lap
turd, 30 seconds behind Cyclone,
th Breakaway fourth, 27 sec-
oods later. Zephyr was last and
n afterwards dropped out.

{t was a good bit of sailing by
Iven Perkins that caused him to

entually finish second. He cut
olf Cyclone just before they
rounded the cay Street mark.
Vamoose won by a wide margin,
one minute and 38 seconds anead
of Edril which defeated Cyclone
by only 12 seconds. Breakaway
was fourth, three minutes and
eight seconds behind Cyclone.

A look at the R.B.Y.C. averages
up to the end of the Eleventh
Regatta has revealed some inter-
esting facts. In the “B” Class it
is going to be a tough fight be-
tween War Cloud and Rascal.
They are both 65.94 per cent.
Whichever beats the other in the
final regatta on Saturday will get
the Cup.

Another good battle will be
in the “C”, Centreboard and Tor-
nado Class between Colin Bel-
lamy’s Magwin and Vamoose.
Magwin is at present leading. Her
percentage is 68.10 while
Vamoose’s is 67.35.

in the “D» Class Buccaneer,
Olive Blossom and Rainbow are
close to each other, Olive Blos-
som, by winning last Saturday, is
“ ding with 65.388 per cent. She

ould thank the stars. that
Suaibiede met with an accident
and hag to drop out of the race.
Buecaneer is second with 64.71
and Rainbow third with 64.29
per cent.

Coronetta has a good lead in the
Intermediate atid will most likely
win this trophy. Her percentage
is 64.21.

The averages to the end of the
Eleventh Regatta are as follows:

“B” Class; Gipsy 60%, War
Cloud 65.94%, Mischief sa"
Flirt 61.54%, Moyra Blair 53.77%
Rascal 65.94%, Okapi 49.46%
Ranger 59.78% and Fantasy 47%.



Beats King’s Horse

TUESDAY, MAY 29, 1951













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THE BARBADOS Tr ; Schooner Gardenia W., 48 t
FRIENDLY FOOTBALL IN CARLISE BAY Capt. Wallace, from Trinidad vi



S.S. Astronomer, 4,524 tons r

ASSO CLREEE Whitehouse, from St. Vincent ‘

following aré the remainin y 2 S. z S.S. Canadian Constructor, 3,936 tons
fixtures of the above Atsectation: als ear eee po "aie ay net, Capt. Wallace, from Trinidad
Wednesday, May 0th — Rangers Cyril E. Smith, Sch. D‘Ortac, Sch Schooner Exceisior Hodge, 60 tons
vs. Westerners “A” (Re-Play). Philip H. Davidson, Sch, Laudalpha, net, Capt. Hunte, from St. Kitts.
Referee: Mr. O. Graham. M.V. Blue Star, Sch. Everdene, Sch r
Thursday, May sist — Harkliffe Mary M. Lewis, Sch, Enterprise S., DEPARTURES

ya. _Ponreée. Referre: Mr. Sch. W. L. Eunicia, Sch. Belqueen, :
Robert Parris. M.V. Lady Joy, Sch. Lindsyd II, Sch Schooner Laudalpha, 60 tons net, Capt
Friday, June tt — Harkliffe Unite® Pilgrim S., Sch, Rainbow M., Gumbs, for St. Lucia a
vs. Westerners “A”. Referee: Sch Florence Emanuel, §.S Sun M.V. Caracas, 235 tons net, Capt
Mr. J. Archer. Valley Velasquez for Trinidad ;
Saturday, June tnd — Westerners M.V. Blue Star, 130 tons net, Capt
“A” vs. Westerners “B". Referee ARRIVALS Fergusson, for Trinidad.

Mr. R. Parris. &.S. Alcoa Pioneer, 4,015 tons net, 8S. Lady Nelson, 4,655 tons net.
Sunday, Ju: ard — Rangers vs. Capt. Devine, from St. Lucia Capt. Roach, for St. Vincent



Maple. Referee: Mr, J. Archer.
Monday, June 4th — Rangers vs.
Westerners “A. Referee: Mr,

0. Graham.

N.B.—All above matches will be
Played at St. Leonard's
Grounds, Richmond's.

The Jamaica—Barbados Football
tour ends this afternoon with a
fixture against Spartan, this
son's First Division ‘champions.
Spartan, by their victory in the
First Division this seasen, have
scored their third consecutive win
in_ this Division.

His Excellency the Governor
Will attend and present the tro-
Phies to the 1951 champions in
the First, Second and Third
Division Competition. These are
Spartan, Harrison College and
Notre Dame respectively,






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LONDON, May 27

Winston Churchill’s horse de-
feated the King’s Saturday for the
second time within two, weeks.

The war-time Prime Minister's
French-bred Colonist II captured
the Ceésarewitch Handicap at
New Market with Above Board
belonging to the King getting
» home third.

Another French challenger Pan
II was second.—(CP)

I met a most interesting charac- ¢ > ‘ a : %
Clyde Walcott broke his spell of ; e R " g charac- elene got the jump on the others, ‘C” Class: Missbehave 44.90%,
‘“@uoks” scoring 82. He went to About three minutes after ter on Sunday morning. He is They were well bunched together Scamp 61.21%, Rogue 61.46%, “p?

Jamaica got their second goal, Willis Boy f : ales Class; Buccaneer 64.71%,
ket with the score at 5 xt , is Boyd of Los Angeles, iway bet he , a : 9g 50% ;
pa ettket and was off the 7ohnson on réceiving a long pass California, midway between the buoy and the Peggy Nan 28.30%, Folly Sinbad 60%, Imp 54.67%, Seabird

When a man cancels western mark but soon after 60.34%, Magwin 68. 10%,
mark with an on-drive for four. oane weet: “a was oS his plane passage just for a sail Yamoose pulled away and went aeikhen Pe 30,% Comet 48.11%, S08, Sere Serene Obese
He was applauded by his team ET ik sitiee ee eng €d in a Tornado he must be interest- into the lead. Around the aril 38.79% and Vamoose 67.35%. §4 99 eee |
mates when he got off the mark, ®"d scored the third goal for Bar- jing. Mr. Boyd sailed in Break- ee 29%.

- western mark she was about six itermediate: nat 56.84% In-
Waleott “farmed” the bowling bados. Two minutes after John- away with George Hoad, seconds ahead of Chis. pig er





Crepe
Satin

The resuits of Sunday’s Tor-

; i ; ; J , %, Coronetta 64.21%. a ‘ 4
after. Enfield had i 3 Wickets satu atin Gaia hae boat He is a member of the Los She kept the lead and was first por a8. “Mohawk 52.63%. ae tare eg ey to Place
and was caught at deep square â„¢ . only Cooper to beat Angeles Yacht Club and the Blue 4, nga Ea en ena ca oie , 8.95%, a). Wen, tat es.
leg going for the runs. At this kicked in the fourth goal for the Water Cruising Club. The boats eee ee ie hues or 88 seconds” Dauntless bl ae ce = 95%. Vamoose .. 10.30 Lge 2 A lovely quality
period the score-board read 101 island, making two for him- of these clubs are between 30 to °84 Of Cyelone, Zephyr passed Dawn 46.59% an Swansea 10.30 D.N.F.

for 7 wickets, last player 82. self.

Thunder 10.30 DNF. | }

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Ro > "EL aci rr 5 7 3
Ce cay with- , At this stage Jamaica was the Ocean Racing Rules. Cyclone 1090, 1 10 i
handicapped when another of The big event is the race held Zephyr 10.30 D.N.F. -+ -
y arsho'l ; , : a in
wera. aren we ay ee thtir men was forced to go off every other year from Los Angeles EXTRA-MURAL DEPT. Grace niy a: ea ec
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the field due to an injury. This to Honolulu. As many as 30 to 35
roe aon 5 gael P= rath left nine on the field. Barbados boats enter for this 2,500 - mile
scoring»a “duck”. Roy is improv- never slackened up and soon after race. They return to Los Angeles
ing. and is hoping to play on the fourth goal, Lucas put in the via Alaska and “its great fun’,
Saturday if the weather is fine. fifth. The Jamaica defence now says Mr. Boyd. His 60-foot craft

Bacup met Burnley in one of showed signs of weakness and is Rocking Chair Il. His wife
the most interesting games of the Cooper was seen doing a lot of takes the tiller occasionally,
season on Whit-Tuesday. Bacup saving. Johnson made another Of the Tornadoes he says; “I am
batted first, losing their first five try to score his third goal but accustomed to ocean sailing but, I
batsmen’ for 36 runs, including Cooper anticipated correctly and assure you, you can get just as
the wicket of Everton Weekes gayed. When Referee Harris blew much fun, if not more out of
who ‘scored a “duck”, but Bacup off the score was Barbados five Tornado races. The first time I
recovered to score 171. Pepper goals and Jamaica two. have ever sailed in one was here H.E, SIR ALFRED SAVAGE,
took'3 wiekets for 59 runs. Burn- " ‘rhe teams were: and I thoroughly enjoyed it”, K.C.M.G. Opening Address

eats wake, cee pone ee Barbados. Cozier, Bright,Grant, He also sailed in Vamoose on E. BARROW, B.Sc. misah} Population Problems of West

including the wickets of Pairau-

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PAINS of PILES

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Gittens, Hutchinson, Cadogan, Thursday and Saturday in the Indies

2 Drayton, Walcott, Johnson, Lucas R.B.Y.C. regattas but just could J Ww. B I , -

t peter Hisven, tneir soteein and R, Hutchinson, f not miss the Tornado race on JUDGE J. W. B. CHENERY,

and D. Chadwick rallied them to _ Jamaica, Cooper, Bayliss, Excel, Sunday, He and his wite left

140 for-7 wickets at the close of Parchment Smith, Heron, Mc- the island yesterday morning. He
play, Bacup tried no fewer than Lean, Miller, Miret, Berry anc told me that some day he is going MRS. M, CLARKE, B.A.

eight bowlers. Weekes bowled 7 Hall. to bring Rocking Chair Uf to Bar- A. E, DOUGLAS-SMITH,

overs for 31 runs without taking The linesmen were Messrs. bados. “The trip is a long one M.A. a & he The story of West Indian

A. Thomas and C. Harper. and will take about six months, History

A Stand including the stops”, he said. A. deK. FRAMPTON a tain Usd} IntePeColofilal Trade

Enfield played another game

on Whit-Tuesday, this time end Ingham shared in a fourth-

ins, itching and torment from Piles
snes the discovery of Hytex (formerly
known as Chinaroid). Hytex starts to
work in 10 minutes and not only st
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Nervousness, Backache, Constipation,
loss of energy, Gatatity, and Irritable
psy a H on ren your
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pains and troubles or. money back on
return of empty package.

B.A. “9 eh -. Representative Institutions in
West Indies
History of Education

WE KNOW

from long experience that

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Weill, getting DR. BRUCE HAMIL TON, Leigh Hunt — a_ Barbadian

back to the rac- M.A. ‘if Writer?

The Jamaica Rebellion and its
Aftermath

against Colne. Enfield won the wicket stand of 169. Alley s or-

Meee) ing. It was real-
1o$s and sent Colne to bat on a ed 105 not out and tngnem 390. ; rad oitusing a ao HOYOS, M.A.
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see seven boats
n the water on
time. They were

perfect. wicket. They lost 3 wie- Colne declared at 221 for 4 wic-
kets for 36 runs but Bill Alley kets giving Enfield 145 minutes
to get the runs. Clyde Wal-
cott took all four “oa
2 > for 65 runs in 15 overs., En-
Traffic Do Ss field found run getting just as
No. 13 easy, scoring 183 for 4 wickets

ACID INDIGESTION?
HEADACHE, too?

PROFESSOR J. H. PARRY,

M.B.E., Ph.D, The Idea of West Indian History
Cyclone, skip- SIR JOHN SAINT, C.M. G. r Scientific Advances in Sugar
pered by Denis O.B.E., Ph.D.

| Atkinson, Va- , , “4
| moose, skipper- REV. C, SAYER, B.A.

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Production
Religious Aspects in the West
when stumps were drawn, Clyde : ed by Yedda y Indies
Walcott led the way with 101 TRODY ROAD | XL0 Ore Bdril, K. H. STRAW, B.A. (Hons.
Do you know that the hot out, which followed his 82 0 iy insman ohippered by Econ.) .. Problems of Industrialisation

against ‘Accrington on Monday. Ivan Perkins, IDGE ‘ A ‘.
The Central. Lanceshire and Thunder with John Bladon at the JUDGE H. A. VAUGHAN .. The Approach to W. Indian

the Smaller the Margin Ribblesdale Leagues did not have helm, Zephyr, skippered by Jack e 4 History
will be in case of Safety any games on Monday or Tues- Leacock, Breakaway, skippered by | F, L, WALCOTT
‘or Emergency day. George Hoad and Swansea with |

The West Indies XI play at Noel Emtage at the helm. The |
Barnoldwick on Sunday, but will race was south about in a vere’
be without Everton Weekes as he strong and gusty wind, unsuitable
has games on Friday, Saturday for Tornadoes. \
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