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PRICE : FIVE CENTS

B’dos Workers Union Celebrate Ma

Strong Trade Unions — . ada. iiial
Must Precede West a nse |

Indies Federation

WHEN TRADE UNIONISM is firmly established in
every island of the West Indies; when Trade Union lead-
ers turn their attention to politics and become the leaders
of the Governments, then is the time to implement Fed-
eration, Mr. G. H, Adams, President of the Barbados
Workers’ Union, told a large crowd who attended the big
Labour Rally for May Day Celebrations at the Empire
Grounds last night.

“I do not believe we should come together to be run by
a United Chamber of Commerce,” he said and added that
the presence of the visiting Trade Unionists was a ste
towards Stronger Trade Unionism in the West Indies an
Federation as the working man would have it.

The May Day celebration consisted chiefly of a big
demonstration by members of the Barbados Workers’ Union
who ed from the Union Headquarters carrying slo-
ee and beating drums as they sang : “Onward Christian

diers.” A big crowd followed members of the Labour
arty iy went steed the ane Bridge, down Broad
treet and across Baxters on their way to the ire
Cricket grounds. eee

No Laughing Matter

_ The drums, the singing and the bannefs all tended
to stir one, especially as it seemed a solemn business and
no laughing matter.

Some of the slogans were, “Federation”, “Self Gov-
ernment ,, ‘Free Emigration”, “West Indian Workers Unite
or Perish”, “Maude Bill Must Pass; Vestry System Must
Go” and “Workers Everywhere Want Bread and Justice.”

Then at the public meeting at Empire, the President
of the Union and Leader of the House of Assembly, stressed
the need for unity and enjoined the people not to take the
attitude that somewhat had been achieved and they could
lie back, but they must continue the fight as though it were
in the first days
‘ At this meeting too, Mr. “Sleepy” Smith who was
just admitted to practise at the local Bar, said he was tak-
ing the opportunity to dedicate himself to the cause of the
working class. He said, “I shall follow leadership, though
not blindly, and especially when I know there is sincerity.”

He said, “The chance of addressing you this after-
noon is for me a poor consolation for having missed the
General Elections in December.”

Mr. Adams said, “Most countries to-day are celebra-
ting Labour Day. some countries which never used
to celebrate it now celebrate it, To-day in Britain, in
France, in most continental couritries and most countries

of the world there have been essi
hd a public haloes” processions and celebrations

A Public Holiday ?

_. “I think I can promise you—that this Government
will promise you—that next May 1 will be a public holiday.
I think that we in Barbados have reached such a re of
recognition that we ought to fall in line and celebrate ay
Day continuously. This is the first time we have done it
and I feel Sure you all will feel we should do it every year.”

He said that one thing against it was that it came in
the middle of the crop ahd it would disrupt the factory
system, but if capitalists ceased making money on one day,
he did not think it would hurt them very much.

I will endeavour to keep politics as much as possible*
out of this,” he said, “but I will say this, that I am one of
those people who believes that as far as colonial territories
= th ae: a o “<< io the West Indies are concern-

, It is impossible to dissociate the workin -
ment from the ‘Labour movement.” Set

He said that at a Trade Union Conference in Great
Britain, members of the Labour Party attended. Mr.
Attlee was not a Trade Unionist, but he was always there.
When Sir Stafford Cripps was alive, he was always there
to help the Trade Unions with a great speech and the

natural enthusiasm that the Lab
Bing about abour Party could and did



Electric Company
Head In Barbados

_ CAPT. W. ANTHONY BROWN, Chairman of th
Directorate of the Barbados Electric Company, sale
from England recently as a result of public criticism of
the Sie Gee a by his company.

_ the Chamber of Commerce recently suggested that

owing to bye difficulties experienced and the limit put diioeh
rial expansion, a member of t i

cis woe t of the directorate should

Capt. Brown has come; and

after investigating conditions for

himself, granteg an interview to
the Advocate yesterday.

which I can show to them are
impeding the Company in raising
fresh capital.”

“I much regret the inconveni-
ence which has been caused to the
Public by the shortage of Power,
but I trust that we



















It must be understood,
however, that

Shortage of electrical Plant all

it is impossible
s in obtaining and
additional machinery.

ompany have added dur-
ing the last few years consider-
ably to the capacity of the Power
Station,
eet installed have given a great

to put
- I have no doubt
they will succeed in doing this
before long.”

Capt. ANTHONY BROWN

“I have come to Barbados for, 1.






From Our Own Correspondent
GRENADA, May 1. |
MAY DAY was observed here today both by the

Manual and Mental Workers Union and the Seamen’.

Waterfront Workers’ branch, rival Grenada workers

unions, in Deparate festivities.

Some 2,000 MMWU members’ Regrettab!
staged a procession headed@ by the a man stabi another and tho}
Hon. E, M. Gairy who wore his victim was admitted to the hos-|
red cape of the strike period over pital where tonight his condition |
his cream tropicals and supported was reported favourable. Seveta' |
by the Hons. R. C, T. Moore, F. prominent citizens also addresse
Carlisle Noel, Joseph Gibbs and the Seamen’s meeting. |
R. K. Douglas, thé first three later st |
addressing the assemblage in the MAY DAY DEMONSTRATION |

| Observe May Day
|

duting the mee

Market Square together with Right: A section of the crowd of
;Hon, T. A. Marryshow who said the Barbados Workers’ Union May

Day demonstratars as they mayeh-
he was not apologising for answer~ ed along Baxters. Road on thet:



the absence of the Admainistrator | Rat eht by the Chin at Hpi

the absence of the Administrator Caeker Diab Grounds. the Union-

and Hon. J. B, Renwick whom he}! dete “Onward — Christian
!

understood were invited. Salve nas hey nerehed to the

Gairy in the course of his drum and trumpet mosic ;
address heaped criticism on those, bk a dea cs.
members of the Legislature who! r. Prank Waleolt, the Union
voted for Hon. H. A. poretary 4 une f Alseussing @

jon matter, -

member of the Executive Com-
mittee instead of Hon. F. C. Noel!
and erally emptied phials of! |
vitriol on various individuals who
he held and were not associated
with the MMWU.

The Seamen’s demonstration
with only some 200 on the march
was jeered as it passed Market
Square where the M.M.W.U. as-
sembly awaited” Gairy’s arrival,
hn it was orderly and unperturb-

Silver Medallist
Wins Scholarship

PORT-OF-SPAIN, April 30.

Sister Laurel Rowe, Jamaican-
born nurse of the Masson Tuber-
culosis Sanatorium here has been
awarded a scholarship for anti-
tuberculosis work.
It is a belated birthday gift as
it comes 15 days after her birth-
|day. The scholarship covers six
eee an - the U.K. Rowe

a silve allist from Kingsto
Public Hospital. « - sad a ’

—OP, 2

| HOPE OF
AIRCRAFT STILL GREAT

Ist Secretary
Of Coleridge
School

Mr. H. O. Husbands, Reporter F
of the staff of the Barbados|°! the kind reported missing wa:
Advocate, has been appointed to| Pound for New York from Bueno
the newly created office of Sec-| Aires via Trinidad, The seareh was
retary of the Coleridge Parry resumed at 4 a.m. to-day.
School.

McKie as &

Left and right of Mr. A % |
are Trade Uniomists from bey |
West Indian islands, a,









PORT-OF-SPAIN, April 30.
HOPE HAS NOT BEEN GIVEN up that the aircraft |
will be found with those aboard alive, John E. Probst,
senior representative of P.A.A. here said to-day. He added
“hope will stay with us for some time unless we receive
definite informaticn of the disaster. There’s always the
possibility that the plane may have put down on a remote
beach in a river or found some jungle clearing where
assengers and crew are awaiting rescue.”
he Stratocruiser the first plane —-

Fuel Store Wanes

} / Vi 1. . ‘ +

United States Airforce B29 su-} As Strike Goes On
perfortresses, Brazilian Airforce!
bombers, Pan-American passen-| Gag and oil supplies dwindled
ger planes and other aircraft tak-| 95 the Induutry-wide strike of
ing part in the search also fanned 99,000 oi] workers went into its
out over the dense steaming jun-| second day with only a glimmer
gle and mountains stretching far) of hope for settlement,

to the west and north. }

| Negotiators resumed their efforts
Search officials refused to give! to bring union demands and com-

DENVER, Colorado, May 1.

; administration is |
preparing to open a two front le-

|
}
|
|



Jap Reds Smash Cars In
Anti-U.S. May Day Riots

TOKYO, May |
THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND Communist demon-
strators celebrated May Day with a riot in the heart of
downtown Tokyo injuring scores of North Americans,
burning United States-owned autos and shattering windows
in the United States Far East Airforce Headquarters. One
policeman was killed and 30 others injured. One rioter
was killed, two reported killed and an estimated 300 rioters
were injured,
” Another Communist riot also
roke out in Kyoto where Red flag-
aving demonstrators fought for

T ‘ks
ruman See Ss hree hours with the police, Fifty-
ti St ik ene police and an re num-
An a » r of rioters were injured and

I ri € 7 rioters arrested,
j . In Tokyo, demonstrators over-
nj unclion ;‘urned ten United. States autos and
urned them by hurling gasoline
filled “Molotov cocktail” torches
ind bottles,

The autos were parked along the
imperial Palace within a hundred

WASHINGTON, May 1

The Truman

gal battle with steel labour and |

|management in an effort to uphold | °et. of General Ridgway’s head-
| Federal |

quarters, Several other autos were
| halted on the main road and over-
turned, The windows of at least
10 American autos were smashed,

seizure of the industry
and to end the nationwide strike

Justice Department officials said
they would seek a court
swike injunction against C.I.O.
steelworkers unless union Presi- |
dent Philip Murray — voluntarily |
ordered 650,000 members to re- even newsmen suffered minor in-

‘urn to work, . | juries when they were engaged in
Secretary of Commerce Charles |






Many Injured
Scores of Americans including

iret : \ burst of club-wielding against
‘wyer, nominal boss of the seiz-| ,olice. United States Airforce
stee ants sed n “state. san
ed steel plants promi ied a “state-/ Dolicemen armed with bayonets,
ment on the situation” at fr

# news| \arbines and riot clubs cordoned

Labour circles expressed doubt off airport headquarters across
that Murray would bow to any-| "om the Imperial Palace but Reds
thing less than a Court order to | 2toke the windows in before being
end the walkout. Murray who|tiven off, United States H.Q, or-
postponed the steel strike five | dered all employees confined to
times at Truman's yvequest had a | downtown office buildings until
terse “no comment” for inquiries dusk
ibout restoring production, The demonstrators threw rotten

Motor industry sources predict-| eggs at military cars sent to take
ed that automobile production | American women employees
would come to a virtual halt with- | their billets —U-P.
in three weeks if the strike lasted | |\|————
that long, |

conference at 11 a.m, E.S.T







Effects of the shut-down which
spread like a prairie fire through-

000 working in the steel company




















with the present

but unfortunately the












MR. H. O. HUSBANDS

The appointment was made at
a meeting of the Governing Body
on Wednesday.

Mr. Husbands is 23, After
leaving the Speightstown Boys’
Schoo| he went to the Coleridge
School where he took the School
Certificate “and afterwards the
London Matriculation.

He joined the staff of the
Advocate in 1947 and _ besides
other duties, he was mainly re-
sponsible for news aasvenn? on
the waterfront. He recently re-
turned from British Guiana where
he investigated the intercolonial
schooner trade between George-
town and Bridgetown.



At a meeting of the Barbados

on the subject “Samuel Jackman

escod, Journalist, Législator
Susperided Sentence and Jydge.”
, May 1 Mr. Hoyos first deait with

Prescod’s career as a journalist
on the New Times and as editor-
proprietor of the Liberal. He re-
ferred to his successful efforts to
jestablish the Assistant Court of

the expressed purpose of trying to |pavcheck even after his wife Appeal and ‘to his work in th«

help in ending the deadlock which
has arisen over the Public Util-|she entertained her lover:
ities Bill”, he said, “I have no |
doubt that the Government will \ed—berore shooting his

; : wife.
be prepared to adjust any points

—U.P.

made him sleep in the stable while i House of Assembly
2. ‘Shot at the lover—but miss- iJudge yf

The lectur-
er also dwelt on hi
the Court «
ja time when it was ni
‘that tribunal] shoulg win



However

Samuel Jackiman Pre

up hope that at least some of the
fifty persons aboard the four-|
engined airliner survived what
must have been either a crash or
an emergency landing attempt
one official said he}
doubted there would be any sur-!
vivors.
The stratocruiser carried emer
gency food rations sufficient fo
75 persons, fishing kits, signal mir-
ror, flares, a survival book, com-}
pass and matches. }
A thunderstorm interrupted the
search late yesterday but it was,
resumed afterward, Night flyers
thought the plane’s occupants
might fire flares or start a camp-~
fire—C.P. & U.P. i

Four Found A.drift

PORT-OF-SPAIN, April 30.
Four coloured boys ages rang-!
ing from 14 to 16, named Amani
Rodriques, Antonio L o p e z,}
Alberte Medina and Manuel Cor-
onel were found in a@ small mast- |
less lifeboat off the eastern side
of the island this morning by}
fishermen. They had suitcases
of food; fresh water and 800
dollars. The boys said that they
are from St. Vincent and wer:
on a ship two months and six
days and were put off last night.

—C.P.



{port and confidence not ¢

of









| demands

eda fi

pany offers closer together but the
feelings of union officials were
summed up by a Denver repre-
sentative who said: “we are not
optimistic.” Thousands of oil work-
ers walked off the job in refineries
throughout much of the United
States yesterday to support the
of the coalition of two
unions for higher wages and shift
differentials.—-U.P.





of those

tices affecting almost 6,000 em-
ployees were being posted anc
“probably will be gerierally in ef
\fect in about four days.”

Small steel users who depenc
upon day to day deliveries of stee
jsald they would be forced to su
jpend operations



out the steel industry already were |
felt in other industries, About 24,-

in one, two oF



Farnum For

Finland Fund More Independence |

The response to the Farnum
for Finland fund so far has not
been encouraging.

Have you yet done your bit
to defray the expenses of ace
cyclist Ken Farnum to the
Olympic games in Helsinki
next July?

If you have not, send your
donation to -day to Barclay’s
Bank, the Royal Bank of
Canada, or the office of the
Barbados Advocate.
Goal -.» $2,880.00
Amt, prev. Ack. ... $ 709.68
Redman & Taylor's

Garage 1s dale ost

Tota}





a

scod—His Life

Press Club on Wednesday eve- the masses but of all classes: in
ning last, Mr. F. A. Hoyos spoke | the Island.





ly | Those taking part in the dis- | WASHINGTON. May 1.
cussion were: Messrs. F L. Wal-| president Truman said on Thurs
cott, M.C.P., Me B, Vaughan, |dey General Dwight Eisenhower

\ {M.C.P., I. Carmichael, V. T. Me- i wio hopes to replace him in the
| Chairman of the meeting was|Comie, R. A. McKenzie, E. Year-| white House next January is a
|Mr. R. G. Mapp, M.C.P., who in-| wood, O. S. Coppin and Mrs. M.ifine a man as ever walked, He als
\troduced the lecturer, and at tt e | Thorne. 1id at the Weekly News Confer-
jconclusion of the lecture invited} ence that the retiring Atlanti
jquestions from the audience. A| A vote of thanks to the lecturer | p; enmmanit in perfect]
ivery lively discussion follow: "i was moved by Mr. R. A. McKen-) health He derided reports that}
jBuch points as Prescod’s early \iff,|zie and seconded by Mr. J. M.| Kisenhower is a k man, saying}
conditions in Barbados at ‘h« -| Hewitt. The vote of thanks wasithet the General just getting |
ginning of the nineteenth cent »}Supported by Mr, John McKenzie, |} first taste of what happens]
|}the secret of his power of le -ja direct descendant of Prestod/|to residential contend He}
1 |Ship, his relation to Sir Cc {land Vin Rinibt wtotint a
t | Reeve wr t € of h
th displayed for the benefit of
le audience U.P

three days.

U.P



THE HAGUE, Netherlands,

\
tiines were furloughed and thou-
sands more are prepared to join
them

One railroad said furlough no-
|
|

May |. |

The Dutch West Indies wil

have a large degree of indepen |
lence under an agreement reache
here Wednesday, The conferenc

ARARA

W.
W.v
. W. V. Superior



started April 3 between Hollanc
i

ind its West Indian territories |
Surinam (Dutch Guiana) and the
oil refining Antilles consistins
of the Leeward islands(Curacao
jand Windward islands.
| Under the formula the Nether
lands retains responsibility fo
| West Indian defence, foreigy
\affairs and navigation regulations |
| Agreement was reached on tech-}
nical detail for a Dutch Council |
yf Ministers to regulate territorial
| affairs. —UP.





TRUMAN PRAISES |
EISENHOWER





y Day

“Cominane
Approve
Health Bill

LONDON, May 1.

The House of Commons gave
final approval Thursday night to
the Conservative sponsored health
bill designed to charge Britons
for certain health services they are
row receiving free. The vote on
the Bill which had posed a serious
hreat.to the Churchill Government
was 284 to 266.

It is the first major piece of
legislation to be put through the
Commons by Conservatives since
they came to power last October.
Conservative members managed to
push the bill through only by im-
posing strict “guillotine” time lim-
it on debate, The measure now
goes to the House of Lords,

Main charges to be imposéd on

patients under the new bill are
one shilling for prescriptions,
charges of up to £1 for dental

treatment and charges of roughly
half the cost for such appliances
tee surgical boots, surgical abdom-
inal supports, elastic stockings and
wigs which will now cost £2 ‘

Steel Exports
Embargoed

(By HARRY W. FRANTZ)

WASHINGTON, May 1.

Steel trade experts said that
United States steel strike, if long
ontinued, would have worldwide
epercussions on international
rade because the United States
las been exporting and importing
ron and steel products on a large
cale,

lhe first government step aftet
he steel strike started’ Tuesday
vas the National Production Au-
hority announcement of an imme> —
tiate embargo on shipments of
‘teel to exporters and manufac-
urers of consumer durable goods
o preserve existing supplies for
lefence

The extent to which the inter-
ational iron and steel trade will
be affected will depend onthe
juration of the strike, but experts
believed that the steel export em-
»argo would be modified as soon
is conditions permit.

Acting Attorney General Philip
B. Perlman disclosed meanwhile
that he will appeal to the Supreme
Court to reverse the ruling by
Federal Judge David A. Pine that
lruman had no constitutional pow-
er to seize the steel mills.



ttt

The industry remained techni-
cally under government. control
because of an order issued by the
nine Judge U.S. Court of s
uddenly convened for the hearing
yesterday. The Appellate C

decided five to four to he ne’s
ruling in abeyance “ consti-
tutional questiens can be finally

settled by thie Supreme Court, Un-
der terms of the “stay” granted
by the Appeals Court Government
was given until 3.2 ns E.5.T.
tomorrow to Appeal Pine’s ruling

to] to the Supreme Court.

aL.
The choice of thore

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FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1952

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day on the 3.5. Golfite frora
Trinidad were Mr. and Mrs, tiruce
Sméllie and their farniiy
Mr, Srrietlie who is Manager of
the Park Street Branch of Bar
Clays Bonk in Port-of-Spain
on lorie leave

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SiR CROTL and Lady ¥ Miss Ridler was one of the im- a Saves, 435 pan iver Meeston tary of British West ee @ / \
Hit J th transit passengers on the ship from: | 2" Dave Kaye, as Bed my wie Association, He and his wife ar f

i Swith were among Ve ; oa & 4 Braden, 566 om Recing, 5.14 pm Ei wd in mid-February

rAansit passenger fre Vrinidac Trinidad yesterday morning. Listeners’ Choice, 6.00 om. Merchant Tived in Englar Lin mi © vi eA

Sngland by th 5. Golfite Trinidad Médico Navy Programme. $15 pm. Record On three months’ leave. But until |} UMPVERSAL INTERNATIONAL preseots

to England by the 5.8. Gotfite, ri ae : Revels. 6.48 p.m. Sports Round-Up and recently they have not exactly| a

Sir Cecil who is Chief Justice . LEWIS REID who has 4a! Programme Parate 7160 pm. The News. 9. ed themselves. First they

{ Tri : f j { . 4 . wid b i P of Trifiidad is on pre-rétiremen i j ( ee: J r wide practice in ‘ort +1700 pod ¥3 both contracted chicken pox; then|

Boe ey, x * « pelert ky ns $ S45 3 - 4 d 17 1 mm — Stes., 128m. C tracte c e { .
leave and will be succeeded ty pain, returned to Trinidad on



SOAKING UP A LITTLE SUN, Dandieacer Xavier Cugat and singer Abbe Tuesday evening by BW.LA. after; 7.15 p.m. West ees Pie, TS Bm.
Lane take » few hours off trom musical chores fn Sar Antonio, Tex. spending a morth’s holiday. He Som# and Dance. #15 p.m. Radio Mews





they went down with German)

measles. However I arm pleased|}

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ney Général
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’ reel, $30 pi World A@airs, 245 p.m to report the are both At =
Cagat's divorce trom Lorraine Cugat became fine’ recently and he 85 accompanied by his wite and |! Miiside 238 p mm. From Phe Editorials, about again. They do not plan to|
surrieés duty later in the year H ‘ le ‘ “i t ‘ a three children and they were|s0 pm Ring Up The Curtain. 16.0 leave England til May 14th}
, Le pians to wed Miss Lane in Miarni on May 5, It will be the rumba king's staying at Cacrabank Hotel lpm The News, 16.10 p.m. News Talk, — 7 they will sail to New York}
Honeur Mr, K, Vincent Browr thitd marriage and the first for his fiancee. Unternational Soundphoto) : : 618 pm, The Debate Continues, 16.29 When they will sail to Ne
First Puisne Judge will act a P.M.O. St. James lpm From The Third Programme on the Queen Mary.
Chief Justice Re Esker ed |
: Corgratulations On Long Leave BR. A. A. GIBBONS, P.M.O.|
Iintransit YONGRATULATIONS to Sir ISS ELEANOR NURSE, 8.A., of St. James, returned from|
NTRANSIT passengers trom \4 ley Walton who recently has been appointed to act as St Vincent yesterday morning]

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Trinidad to England by the celebrated her sixteenth birthday. Deputy Headmistress of Queen's °Y B.G. Airways after an absence |

Golfite were Mr. and Mrs, G. A gay lite party to celebrate the College during the absence of % 'o weeks. '
Dewhurst and Mr. and Mrs, C, event was held at “Fontamara,” Mrs. Grace Adams who recently On Holiday
Hope Ross. Maxwell's, where Shirley spent a left Barbados for the United ADAME P. de Peu frorn Rio}

Passengers for Barbados by the Month's holiday with her father Kingdom where she will sperid jeé Janeiro is now spending |

same opportunity included Mr @nd mother, Mr. and Mrs, Horace her long leave. three weeks’ holiday as a guest)
and Mrs, F. Bayley and daughter, Walton and her brothers, Patrick, While in England Mrs. Adams at Caerabank Hotel before leaving |
Mr. atid Mrs. O. De Boehrmler. Deriip and Robert will visit her son Tor, one of for Trinidad to take steamship}
Mr. and Mrs. J. Doeritig and Mr g ‘ ‘ the 1950 Barbados Scholars who Spportunity to the U.S.A.
and Mrs. T. McCartney ; pecial Meeting is doing Modern Greats at Mag- Agricultural Officer
On Short Visit A Sweet te ae Sen ne eee (pronounced PENDING two weeks’ holiday
4 EA yword of the Spirit, whose Maudlin), Oxford Durin .
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wife of the Director Gerteral . Ricctednes ae ar h McConnie of St. Vincent. They ’
of Civil Aviation In the Corin, *nd Secretary Miss Gloria Selby, din, BSc. wil! act for her. arrived yesterday morning by POP lost his MOM lest her JRENCE WILKES and ORCHESTRA
i : by Will be held at St. Patrick's Schoo} : ‘ BG. Airways and are staying at vice- presidency peace of mind! Also LAWRE!
” an aren, lett "7 terday bY rene Jemmott’s Lane, to-day Returning This Year Cacrabank Hotel, Cee | { }
man 1 ee : fan visit to At (Â¥riday) at 6 pin. The purpose R. NEVILLE SCHULER, O.D., Mr. McConnie is the Officer in os th 9 ARERR OST RLERITRRINopvenscocovedeReees
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; 4 of the meeting will be to hear D.Sc., Optometrist of Brit- charge of Carden Park Ex -
Film Show at B.C, Mr. F, A. Hoyos, M.A., “Seniot ish Guiana arrived in the colony ment Station. He was oe tal
Burin NEWS For Seme History Master of the Lodge earlier this week by the R.M.S. Barbados in December when he|
Must Watch” (a filrn atiout School, speak on the subject Lady Rodney and left for Trini- attended at Hastings House, the
Life Ineurance) snd “Charlie at “John Pope ~ Hernessy, Catholic daa by B.W.1. Airways on Wed- Conference of Agriculture Offi-
Work” are included in the pro- Governor and Social Reformer.” nesday night. cers of the Caribbean area.
grarime of films to be shown at | Mernbers of the Sword of the Dr, Schuler who is on a short Mrs, McConnie has also visited
the British Council to-night at Spirit and their friends are cor- holiday in the West Indie: is ac- the island before. This is her

MONSTER MIDNITE CARNIVAL
saTuRDAY GLOBE SATURDAY

The Greatest Vaudeville Show Yet!



no vearuoagencnaneanmnanentennnnrenen Awe deoNininseoannnnnen

; ; Starring :
8.15 o'clock dially invited to attend companied by his little son Joe, third visit.
; P : a MONAH
44 “ ‘ He expects to return to Barbados Retired Compan Director JOE CLEMENDORE
Off to Trinidad C.S.0,B.A. Reunion with his entire family later in the RAR. REGINALD MYER © ve- (Cobra Man) hens See)
ISS NORMA MciN TOSH of HROUGH the courtesy of the ¥& tired Company Director from LOLITA (Samba Ace) — KURABELLA
3 a George # Grenada, who British Council Representa- Student Returns oe ge and his wife, pray ar bo And a score of Hot Artistes
las been in the Colony for two 4... : a seal i " ‘ . , returned to Englan . ; ‘i ; BOX 60c.
5 Pai a ", tive the following films will be ETURNING from St. Vincent Mrs. yer, ret i x PIT 24c; HOUSE 36c; BALCONY 48c;
weeks pouday left | for Trinidad shown. at the monthly reunion of R yesterday morning by B.G; Yesterday evening by the Golfito
lee eg LA. (0 spend the Combermere School Old Boys’ Aitways was Desmonk Layne, ¢ Siler spending the winter in Bar. LOCC CC CECB ECCS SESS CEES LEGON
a aes g hyenbaoggg mr Association tonight at 8.00 o'clock. student of Lodge School who Yados. Geociandbieendtailicaaauaesinictaenttcaaementenenariaiannaniaanancaiaiadiaaemmaneimmememneann
+ a Cle ? Messrs, porn ~ 1 British News, ‘at ‘ { 4
fon, Hankey, & Co, Ld, St. 2° As Old as The Hills, with his poche, taster holidays" Incidental Intelligence f., ~
George's, While here she was 3 Children growing wp with Desrnond is the son of Mr, HE modern girl wears so much
staying At Silver Beach Guest other people. Claude Layne, proprietor of the puliding she doesn’t undress,
House, i 4. Charlie Shanghaied.

Blue Caribbean Hotel and a Direc- she unpacks, :
tor° of United Traders Ltd., and —Singer Sara Vaughan.
Mrs, Layne of Kingstown. —L.E.S.

What General Tin Told Knorf |READERS’ RECIPES Which Type

Readers of the Advocate are ‘
~All Animals Have Diflere invited to send in their own Are You?
” By MAX TRELL

recipes for publication,
“NOW take tails,’ Mr, Punch | lhe en hay ans
was saying to Knarf and Hanid,

1 . 5
ourite recipe but hag never 1s It The Romantic Type?

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Present [oday 3 Big Shows *
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; thought of passing it on to her The Romantic is truly feminine. 4 T i 7
the shadow-children with the neighbour. She is the soft appealing type—
turned-about names, If this is done the exchang- the one who makes men aware

Knarf and Hanid looked at Mr
Punch with puzzled expressions
“Tails?” said Knarf. “What kind |
of tails?”

“All kinds, my hoy, all kinds of
tails. I don't suppose you've ever
Tracht about how many different
kinds trexe are, Vor instance there's
the cat's tif which is done and

es will enable others to build that here is the kind of woman Be
up a good collection to the who needs male protection, pre- a a
benefit of the family. ferably his, and she receives it STARRING

Send in yours today wihether her age be six or sixty.
General Characteristics Ronald Charles Ruth Edmund

e Spring
THE WOMEN'S EDITOR Clinging Vine, Sweet, unselfish.
Bone Structure: Soft, willowy, REAGAN ° COBURN . HUSS ° °
CROSSWORD rounded lines. Small hands and

feet. Dreamy, sensitive face.

Main Effect wes Piper UAURIE » Scotty BECKETT sir ant scene by saNer oaeens

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curly, And there’® vad “pig's tail, |
which is short and eurly. And
there's the rabbit's tail, which is

nothing but a stump, And there's
the squirrel's tail, which is furry,
and the turtles tail, which is spiky,
And there's the earthworm, whose
tail begins whete his head ends.”

Krarf and Hanid instantly ex.
claimed that they hadn't ever real-
ined there were so many different
kinds of tails,

“Indeed it has, my dear, It's like
a whip with a pompom at the end
of it.”
Long Brush
“The horse's tail is like a long



The lion has a funny sort of tail

“Why?” asked Hanid,
“Peacock tails are just for show,

the peacock is more proud of his
tail than he is of anything else, He
atruts around, showing it off like a
fan to all the lady-peacocks, ov pea
hens. So does the turkey, and go
does the rooster,”

sketoh, (6)

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Kmir tt becomes a biographical

toned,

Colours: Darks relieved with
lingerie touches; indefinite colours,
neutral,

Fabrics: Soft, clinging, light-
weight, Crepes, chiffons, voile, soft
satin, jersey, flanned, lace, net.

Lines: Soft, dressmaker details,
Drapes, berthas, tucks.

Extras

Trimming: Laces, lingerie
touc frills, flounces.

Jewellery: Pearls, cameos, an-
tique but delicate.

Perfume: Floral blends.

Accessories: Pretty.

OPENING TO-DAY

AND CONTINUING DAILY

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Hats: Flowered hats; feathers,
and plumes, small cocktail hats,



hey aren't useful in the ordinary
“The fion has a funny ‘sort of way. They're just beautiful, But
tail,” said Hanid,
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brush,” said Knarf, “Mr, Punch,” eaid Knerf; “ave i spared, (3 NEXT TO SINGERS Rot) Bae
“Bxactly, And the horse uses his| there any flies underwater?” P rete fay Naga pea ecrate C8) veils, . > ith . Produced by Sree
tail like a brush, too, He swishes| “No,” said Mr, Puneh, i eae ware ck tin | dnees: Cokie wikn ortate buc- ] RAYMOND MASSEY - KIERON MOORE = DARRYL F. ZANUCK » HENRY KING
off files with it, How otherwise ; Ader does a fiah use hia 13. Weary. (4) 14; Wood. (3) | kles, cut-outs, ballerina sandals. 9 = Written for the PHILIP DUNNE
could he get a fly off hie back? | tail for?” 7 ite @ want, (ar Poe eae Snany senate E d f SALE :
We're lucky. We have hands. We Flips His Tail ad: Wiener ea ie (5) er, beaded, m ing o Pte: PAYED & RATUAIED D9 Reaenewe RenIr ew
can slap a fly. But the horse—and “For swimming. He flips his tai) 2. Jury, (6) ua PSOSOOSBCCOLOCSPSSESSSO, 1.30, 5.00 & 8.30 p.m.
aly thete toe ey Animals have jand away he goes, The whale has | °° from asec tay) tom Seek* |B es A wy SUNDAY SPECIAL 5.00 P.M. MATINEE
nly their feet and a tail.” 7m tall. on he flipe it 20. Arthur ta only halt there, (4) | Y ; : NY 72c; BOX $1.00. KIDS 4% PRICE
“The rabbit,” said Hanid, “ean’t i mo 9 a ood the tied if: Brora tne t ‘a ing tat 1% The Garden- feta fly off his back with his stump | op amash it to aplinters, And the ( i aoe ‘ On ERE sTeaNouee” : = a)
of fn tail” little sea-horse, which isn't much 1. Woase! ‘eid san tealnns double | % John GARFIELD" | and
"Flies," said Mr, Punch, “don't | jayger than a mouse, has a | * figures, (6) MISS RATE nie.
have time to light on the backs of twiny tail which. he uses to earl $ scene : th ep Wa AWK © K" FINAL REDUCTIONS EMPIRE ROXY
re it pate ee vo around seaweed like a monkey uses 4 cite of the wasp: (5) “ Be OeRE BAVAGR RAIDEAS' Opening TODAY 2.30 & 8.30 TODAY (only), 4.30 & 815
/.n6 there's the monkey's tail, r, braneh.” + May ertract 2 own, Y Charles STARRETT Double nd Continuing Daily 4.45 & 8.30
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ad ; ; Oh,” exclaimed Hanid at this 6 Tease, (7) \ SUN, & MON, 6.40 P.M PRESENTS
that isn't used for shoving off flies, morment,.*f: kenow something that ¥ May cause you to become 16, (4) | Mat. SUN 490 P.M 3 “LOUISA” “LETTER FROM AN UNKNOWN
11's used for holding on to branches {ent a Bitds oF Aah, OF an animal i} Extract a dolled, chigken., a) , wcokviEs wr ioe) PVP G9G99S05550555665. Cae: Starring and (WOMAN”
Hike a kind of live rope.” Aa Ant ie ‘ i fom rte 8 Pee Ming tg, get Merit. (0) TR woome NER CREEK’ Zeer), SOSSSSOSCO9OSSEOCO Ronald REAGAN — Ruth HUSSEY
Knorf sald: “Robins and spare | &94 ® AAR A Calle Ob onene 22. What needle and cutton may 99999906 F99999SSSSS9SSS959955 Ss . Se lear ere Bud Abbott — Lou Costello
vows and other birds all have tails,| “And T know something, paid an ae HR, ae Anrete, in , : $ Rod Gamason, = Yvonne De Carlo HIT noe ICE”
Hut they're not like animal taila, Kuarf, “iat has a vail and it fans Fe Sa dey AB Aa Calling all Hotels and Guest Houses! R —in- =
They're all feathers,” 4 bird, a fish, an animal or a kite, w. Ite not true, (a) WA > SAT, AT 1.30 P M,
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___. FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1952
SSSR garrmpenaaeNaA me

Stalin Reviews Soviet

Might From

Lenin’s Tomb

MOSCOW, May 1.

STALIN REVIEWED Russia’s military and air might
at a May Day parade dedicated to preparedness against
so-called Anglo-American “Imperialist Aggressors”,

Stalin standing
Lenin’s
arm the cheers of
Red Square.

It was Stalin’s first public ap-
pearance since the meeting of Rus-
sia’s Supreme Soviet (Parliament)
last March, He wore a cream col-
oured Marshal’s summer uniform.
Diplomats remarked on the
Springiness of his step as he
mounted to the parapet of mauso-
leum.

During the long marchpast of
troops Stalin stood rigid watching
troops and civilians carrying Com-
munist banners with the names
and portraits of famous Commun-
ists the world over. These included
Communist Party Chairman Wil-
liam Z. Foster,

Most of the Western Diplomatic
colony gathered at the United
States Embassy opposite Red
Square to watch the spectacle.
Afterwards they compared notes
and lunched together,

A military review was the high-
light of the day.

Planes Roared Overhead

While cracx military units
marched in review below, several
hundred aircraft roared in forma-
tion overhead in an impressive
demonstration commanded by
Stalin’s son Lieut, Genera] Vassily
Stalin, Commander of the Moscow
Airforee Garrison. MIG 15 jet
fighters, twin jet aircraft, Tupolev
four-engined bombers and other
prize models of the Soviet Airforce
flashed by almost darkening the
sky.
However western military ob-
servers said they doubted the
aerial parade included Russia’s
latest MIG Ilyusin and Tupolev
models which won the Stalin
prizes for 1951 for their designers,

Russia’s newest: aircraft usually
are unveiled at the Annual Air
Show at Tushino Airport in mid-
Summer.

Foot soldiers led off ground units
in the hour-long march past the
Mausoleum. Then came the Soviet
army’s giant tanks, seige guns,
rocket launchers and anti-aircraft
guns in impressive array,

The parade ended with cavalry
galloping through the square to thle
cadence of two military bands
some 400 strong.

with other Politburo members atop
tomb acknowledged with vigorous waving of his
some 100,000 spectators packed into the

Rubber In The
Caribbean

WASHINGTON.

Natural rubber can now be
successfully produced in the
Caribbean as a result of the work
carried out in Costa Rica by a
group of US. botanists, it is
claimed by the U.S. Department
of Agriculture in Washington.

Previously, even in the most
favourable conditions attainable
in the ee more than half of
the young rubber trees were lost
when transplanted. By the new
process, known as the “Three
Componant” method, shoots can
be transplanted in even the dry-
est weather, with the loss of only
about 15 per cent. of the saplings.

It was explained that the secret
of the process lay in a special
paper wrapping bound round the
young trees. It was added that
the process itself has been under
development for about nine years.

—B.U.P.



CYCLIST TREATED
FOR CUTS AFTER FALL

Shortly after 1.15 p.m. yester-
day Leslie Carrington of March-
field, St JPhilip, was treated at
the General Hospital for cuts he
sustained on his left hand and
forehead when he fell from his
bicycle which he was riding along
Government Hill, St. Michael.

Carrington told the Police that
while trying to avoid a collision
with a man he lost control of the
bike and fell.

__—_ eee

The entire diplomatic corps was
represented in a special section
flanking the square. Those present
included. United States Charge
D' Affaires Hugh Cumming-Jr., and
British Ambassador Sir Alvary
Gascoigne.

—U-P.



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shortly after an atomic bomb, the
been dropped by a 2-50 bomber,
Harry P. Storke, keeps a watehful
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Choosing a refrigerator needs care-

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But there are

never had one before.

id. Some 2,100 ground and airborne troo
part in the spectacular atomic test.

largest ever set off in the U.S., had
Army exercise director, Brig. Gen,
eye on the proceedings from a heli-
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE
HOSTAGE AND BEATEN CONVICT FREED BY REBELS

BLOOD SMEARS THE FACE of Elisworth Roberts (left), one of two conwigts beaten and slashed by fellow
prisoners when they tried to get a letter from their barricaded cellblock to the warden at the Southers
Michigan Prison in Jackson, At right, one cf the 11 hostages being held by the mutineers, guard Thomas
Elliott (second from left), 25, chats with Earl Ward (right), 27, one of the convicts’ leaders, before being
released. Elliott was freed in exchange for the safe conduct of two convitts who appealed to the other
inmates to return to their routine chores while the original insurgents continued strike, (International)



L.B.S. Give
£20 To UCWI

The Loyal Brothers of the Stars,
a local society whose Founder-
President is Mr. Charles Morris
of Sobers Lane, can be called the
pono of a trust fund for Bar-

adian students at the University
College of the West Indies.

Of the proceeds of their annual
carnival, they have made_a gift
of £20 to the University College
for the benefit of any destitute
Barbadian student who needs
financial aid,

Mr, H. W. Springer, Registrar of
the University College, has written
the society saying “the University
College gratefully accepts this
generous offer. The College au-
thorities think it very desirable
that a fund should exist for stu-
dents who are in need of financial
help, and if the society will agree,
this gift will be made the nucleus

of a Trust Fund for Barbadian
Students.”
Another Gift

He also informed them __ that
Sir Brian Freeston, formerly a
Governor of the Leeward Islands,
made a gift to be used for needy
students from that colony.

The society, which was started
24 years ago, held their first carni-
val in 1949. They held the carnival
because they wanted to add to
the celebrations of the King’s
Birthday in Barbados.

But they found since that they
could offer scholarships. They
now have one tenable at Comber-
mere and one at St.
Girls’ School,

Reports from Combermere
School and St. Michael’s Girls’
School show that the scholarship
holders are taking good advantage
ot their opportunities,

Major Noot, Headmaster of
Combermere, said in his report
that the scholarships have been
of outstanding value, The scholar-
ships covered fees, textbooks and
stationery, and daily meals from
the school, Each scholarship is only
for two years and it is given to
children during their last two years
at school, i

Miss Norah Burton, Headmis-
tress of the St. Michael’s Girls’
School, reported of an exhibitioner
at her school; “she shows fair
progress on the whole.”

Fourth Carnival

The Loyal Brothers of the Stars
are holding their fourth carnival
at Queen’s Park on Thursday,
June 5, and on Saturday, June
7. Among the attractions will be
édstume bands, advertising bands,

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Police Guards For
All Sauth Aifrican
Cabinet Ministers

CAPETOWN, April 30

All South African Cabinet Min-
isters now have a police guard
around their homes at night, it is
believed for the first time in the
history of the Union.

When General Smuts was Pre-
mier only he himself had a full-
time guard,

It is estimated that by this
evening about 250 extra police
officers and men will have arrived
in the town from various parts of
South Africa. Security continues
to surround their movements.

In the House of Assembly yes4
terday the Opposition asked why
extra police were being drafted
into Capetown, some carrying
rifles wrapped in blankets, Minis-
ter of Justice C. R. Swart said:
“You will have to accept my word
that from information I have re-
eeived it has been necessary to
transfer a number of police to
Capetown. What the information
is I am not prepared to state pub-
licly and if you are not prepared
fo take my word it is just too
bad."—U.P,

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historical bands and the Mobile
Cinema only on June 7.

At its beginning, the Loyal
Brothers of the Stars had a mem-
bership of eight, To-day they have
120 members. It started in the
form of the ofgnt a oon.
sori a dinner twice a year a
the yg ol of the Founder-Presi-
dent, Their carnivals have been
successful,





2,150 Await
Atomic Blast

LAS VEGAS, Nevada, May 1

The 28th Atomic device to be
set off by United States scientisis
is scheduled to explode to-day in
mid air at Yucca Flat proving
grounds high above the heads of
nearly 2,150 curious but unafraid
marines huddled in foxholes on!)
7,000 yards away.

The blinding flash, the bdoiline
fireball and the familiar mushroom
cloud were expected between noon
and 1.00 p.m, EST weather permit-

test, the sixteenth nucleay
detonation at the Nevada test site
has been delayed two days by
rainy weather.

Atomic fireworks were to be the
signal for marines to dash out of
foxholes within seconds of the
burst and begin an assault upos
mythical “Yucca Island”.

—U.-P.



Flights Over Soviei
Zone Of Germany
Resumed

BERLIN, April 30

The Western Powers resumed
flights over the Soviet Zone o.
Germany between Berlin and the
West despite the Soviet fighter
plene attack on an Aif France air-
liner yesterday.

Aif France, Pan American Air-
ways, British European Airway:
and Allied armies flew all regu-
larly scheduled trips along the
three prescribed air - corridors
over the Soviet Zone, Commercial
flights were suspended temporar
ily yesterday after two Soviei
MIG jet fighters riddled a Berlit
bound Air France DC4 with bul-
lets and shell fragments wound-
ing two German passengers seri-
ously and a crew member slightly

Each side blamed the other for
the attack which Western officials
said Oceurred some 75 miles south-
west of Berlin in the Four Powe:
approved _Berlin-Frankfurt — air

corridor. U.P. bs



Court In Recess

WASHINGTON, April 30.
The Circuit Court of Appeals
considering Government's a’ pt
to regain control of the nation’s
strike-~bound, steel mills recessed
‘0 reach a decision on the thorny

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Increasing production capacity
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manutacturing, reducing the dan-
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multiple need for small working
crews to operate machines in the
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EIGHTY THOUSAND
TITLE CATALOGUE

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Donald G, Wing of Yale Universi
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Restoration era are now describec
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AIR TRAGEDY
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problem in finding a way to reduce
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Friday, May 2, 1952

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General Ridgway

GENERAL RIDGWAY’S appointment as
Supreme Commander of the North Atlantic
Treaty Forces in succession to General
Eisenhower has been rightly applauded in
Europe and in North America.

It was right as some of the London daily |
newspapers stressed that the Supreme
Commander should be an American, since
the United States was bearing the greatest
part of the cost of Atlantic deferse. It was
right too as another British newspaper
pointed out that the Supreme Commander |
should be a good soldier rather than be a |
good diplomat.

But even though the lines of Atlantic de-
fence are now sufficiently known and
planned for General Ridgway to go full
steam ahead without needing to practise
the kind of diplomacy which must ofien
have been necessary for General Eisen-
hower, even in this field President Tru-
man’s choice for Supreme Commander
seems eminently qualified.

When General Ridgway went to Korea
at the end of 1950 conditions there were
not only unfavourable strategically. Re-
lations between American and. British
forces were not as good as they might have
been. One of General Ridgway's first
actions was to call correspondents together
and ask them to remember that British and |
American forces were doing:the same job. |

During the last war General Ridgway
served under British Commanders in
Europe and one of these has already public-
ly stated that General Ridgway was the
best corps commander to serve under him.

The choice of successor to General Eisen-
hower, perhaps the most popular soldier

* the world has ever known, cannot have

been easy. General Ridgway’s qualifications
for the responsible and difficult task that
has fallen upon him will lessen the loss
that all Europe feels at General Eisen-
hower’s departure. The good wishes of
the free world will attend General Ridg-
way who has now been called upon to fill
the most important role in the military
defense of the Atlantic communities,



African Federation

| FEDERATION as an evolutionary pol-
itical system is still exercising the minds
of British statesmen. Not it is true with
relation to Europe.

The British still contend that their con-
stitutional relation to the Commonwealth
makes political federation with Europe im-
practical. But federation for others is still
widely championed as a necessary step to-
wards greater efficiency of government.

The Dominions of Canada, South Africa
and Australia are all federations although
the pattern varies. There is a federation
of nine Malayan States and federation of
the West Indies has been championed for
nearly eighty years. Only this year the
Secretary of State for the Colonies invited
the British West Indian governments to
attend a conference in London to decide
whether or not political federation is want-
ed. Little interest has been displayed in
this invitation by the people of the West
Indies and the general attitude of those
who take an interest in the subject seems
to be that talk about federation can dc
little harm. While the subject blows neith-

er hot nor cold in the British Caribbean it is
producing quite different effects in Central
Africa. A meeting in London to discuss a
Proposed federation of the two Rhodesias
(North and South) and Nyasaland has
been boycotted by Africans and discussions
are taking place in London without African
participation. Two motives seem to in-
spire the African boycott of the present
London talks: feer of racial apartheid

Union of South Afriea: and ambition which
has been encouraged by the advanced stage
towards self-government attained by the
people of the Gold Coast.

The main argument in favour of feder-
ation is that the resources of Central Africa
cannot Mey be exploited for the bene-

fit of and Europeans alike except

_ through a federal government.

- The present proposals for Central African
federation are proposals only: the decision
whether federation should’ be y
With or not will be taken at a conférence
to be held later in London this year. But
the advocates of federation as a system of

ver it to be supplied to British de-
pendent territories as they advance politic-
ally cannot be heartened by their experi-

ences in as pa =
| In the West Indies the little interest
shown in a seems to vee ee
almost extermina as a result o! tish
Guiana's blunt refusal to participate. In
Central Africa the greater part of the popu-
Jation, the Africans ,won’t have anything
to do with it. And in Europe German and
French rivalry will remain as long as
Great Britain refuses to enter a political
federation of Western Europe. ,
Federation which still works well in
many countries appears to be losing favour
with many and it has never received more
than passing support in the West Indies be-
cause too little attention is paid to com-
munications between the proposed federal

units. sie TE

;
spreading via Southern Rhodesia from the

Next year, on Juse 2, Queen
Elizabeth will be crowned in West-
minster Abbey. -Once more we
shall gaze upon the genius of the
English for pageantry and hear the
trumpets, proclaim’ yet another
Coronation in England’s long
story. I am aware that I have used
the word “England” but have done
so deliberately. As we say in Par-
liament “That point will be dealt
with later.”

If all goes well we shall see that
grand old lady Queen Mary in
place of honour. We shall share
the joy and the sadness of the
Queen Mother. As for the Queen
herself we shall wait for that su-
preme moment when the Arch-
bishop of Canterbury wil] turn te
the North, the West. the South
and the East, declaring to each
that this is our undoubted *
brant ancwer “God aaa thins

rant answer save
Elizabeth!”

Somewhere In the proceedin,
the scholars of Westminster School
will shout: “Vivat Vivat Regina
Elizabeth!” When the Queen as-
cends the three steps in the chan-
cel a sweep of strings and a choral
outburst will lift her on the wings
of music.

Even the assembled peers will
place the coronets on their heads
as if a stage manager were direct-
ing them and when the peeresses
follow suit we shall see the whole
play of femininity through the
ages as that forest of shapely arms
comes into being,

How do I know all this? Be.
cause I saw the Coronation of King
George VI and Queen Elizabeth,
and if the gods are kind I shall
see the Coronation of Queen Flir-
abeth I.

One Shadow

In fact there is only one shadow
on this happy picture and I re~
gret to state that it comes from
Senn. eee oy the r

are i comparatively

Quist but I predict that when the

on yeer comes into being

the trouble from the North will
Ta or

aware that a great

number of my readers are of Scot-

tish origin. in fact, my wife is a

Macintosh and the Baxters

my youth when I sold pianos on



By BEVERLEY BAXTER

not have been surprised if the
entire assembly had marched to
Euston Station and taken the
overnight train to Scotland,
nevermore to return,

But did they?

Berkeley Square
cr Park Lane or Belgrave SS
They were Chairmen of
imsurance companies or some
such institutions and had not the
slightest intention of ever leaving
London as long as they lived.

Elizabeth I?

Which brings me back to
Coronation. Nothing is

;

We have already had a prelimin-
ary protest and are expecting a
much strong’, one later on.

The Scots do not deny the exis-
tence of eet en ee
is that she was ~
Jand and reigned before the Union,
Therefore

merely meticulous but eme-
tienal. Is it not a fact t Mary
Queen of Scots was by

; order
England? Poor pretty Mary! What
a terri thing that so lovely a
neck have been severed by
the headman’s axe’ There are

few of us today who will not agree On

that it was = sad Jeed. But why
was she beheaded?

Mary Queen of Scets
With inereased diffidence I now

ust take wu myself the task
‘ wking we Some ©. ook Gn

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

DANOMIE LONDON LETTER:

on became a danger to the
realm and that Mary was a party
in various plots to
Elizabeth. The blood of good men
on either side was bei i

Lagpe de ace!
da I
on ot |
wise ¢ Bur-

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and Elizabeth for the throne ‘



fl
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the

ae
Prete tae meee
“ifealy
oan on the realm of human |

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tig
aes
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plorers. Were always looking |
for lost beyond the
ranges and not Know what to!
@o when ther found it, So along
came the Scots and them. |
almost every British ship that!
sails the seas today there is an’
Englishman om the bridge and a
Seot in charge of the engine
room. Seldom has any marriage
of two races borne such wondrous
progeny. :

And shall we in 1953 deny the

Little Old Lady Liked

Very Fast Cars

By R. M. MacCOLL

Bis aot WASHINGTON,

ALITTLE old'woman who kept 27 ¢ars and
always walked out to them over red carpet
has died in her 70-room mansion.

She is Mrs. Florence Vanderbilt Twombly,
grandchild of “Commodore” Cornelius Van-
drebilt, the ferryboat skipper who made
£35,000,000 on the railroads.

Mrs. Twombly was 98. As the richest of the
Vanderbilt women; she kept 30 servants in
maroon livery,to look after her and her
guests in the 70-room house she built on New
York’s Fifth-avenue.

The 30 did not include the chauffeurs and
meehanics who maintained her cars—all Eng-
lish, all maroon, and all lion crested.

WHEN, asa girl, she married a paper
maker’s son, Hamilton McKwon Twombly,

| Florence ordered what was described as “the

most costly wedding dress ever worn in

wars, | America.” Twombly,-who left the paper busi-

ness for railroading, made her another

| £1,500,000,

Mrs. Twombly, frail in spite of her title
“The Durable Dowager,” knew how to spend
her money.

She paid her butlers. £35 a week. But to
chef Joseph Donon, who had worked with
Escoffier at the Carlton in London, she gave
£150 a week. Salaries totalled £ 89,000 a year.

AFTER a visit to England she built, in New
Jersey, a two-million-dollar estate copied

Mary with the eves of realists and, existemre of FElitabeth I whose from Hampton Court. It cost twice as much

once, to put aside their incor- reign im the 16th century saw)
vate sacsnamioneae As every such 2 remaissance of the arts!

s iboy knows {or
know) Mary became Queen of
Seotland before she was a week
old and had only lived ome year
when the Regent Arran

her in marriage to Prince Edward
of England.

You might argue that at the age
ef twelve months a roung female
could hardiy be expected to know

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remembersd nose were the

ee OR
. days when Royei matches were

arranged by govermments end the
happy pair seidem saw eech other

credit in Toronto, one made.vutil the nuptial dar.
private enquiries before deliver.@ Now wisely Arran foresaw the

ing the instrument. If the

felt fairly confident but

into it. If his name was
C’Brien we made certain that his
Celtie enthusiasm for music hed
not outstripped his capscity to
meet the payments. Hf his name
was MacPherson we just
livered the piano.

Sturdy Race

Therefore in the Scots we are
Presented with a race that is
sturdily and basically honest. Yet
there is also a Strange roman-
tielsm about the Scottish People
that leads them to deceive them-
selves. Lei me give an example.

s Commens) 2s the
Principal guest. There was 2
choir of Lomdon Seants who

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David And Bathsheba
To The Editor, Tie Advocate,
Sir—I noticed with attention

the write-up, in the Adveeate on
Sunday

oe
em astonished that even Holly-
weed producers could Plan and
feel happy over a picture en that
theme.

I remember seeing the announce- Sing!

_ two or three months ago,
; Such a film, with the title
“King David's Love Story,” was
about to be released, and wonder-
ing whether our somewhat poe
ous censors wculd pass it for
exhibition in Barbados. For King
David's intrigue with Bathsheba,
wife of soldier-hero Uriah, was to
my mind one of the most lustful,
A specmgaten. roe ae in
uman_ story, compara to
the famous classical story of Tar-
quin and Lucretie—but, alas for
feminine principle and_ sacrifice,
with a very different reaction from
that which invested the name of
Lucretia with undying honour.
King. David, now idle and de-
generate, waxed fat and wanton,
while his brave men faced hard-
ship and risked their lives &t the
battlefront with the Philistines,
coveted and stole the wife of his
-loyal henchman away in the fight-
ing line, and then cunningly sent
® message to cynical heartless
Joab, Captain-General of the
Army, to despatch to him Urish
on the pretext cf bringing news!
of the progress of the fighting. but
really so that he might visit his
home and wife and be credited
with fatherhood of the outcome of
his (David's) adultery. But Uriah
did not At in with this crafty plan,

‘

customer’s name was Baldwin we’
still

de- o.

future. The Unies of Mary and
Edward would presage the union
of amd England %

thos
ending the long amd bloody feud
between the two countries. Bat
what did the Scottish Parliament
do? The foolish fellows proclaimed
Arran’s promise as null and woid.
Naturally this led to war end

Seots suffered 5

& tertible de.
feat at the hands of the Sassen-

=. oan thes to em

the ‘ cemtury lite was es

but beet, oe
Bat this faet re

but refused to a t a brief.
holiday while his eae were
remaining at the frunt, facing
wounds and death. e

Devid returmed him to Joab with
secret instructions to send him to
the battle line, and leave him
there deserted to be struck dovn

er 2nd. die—this as a plan to free

Bathsheba from an unaccommo-
Gating husband and make her
available for the King’s licentions
embraces! Was there ever a more
coldblooded and cruel mme?
How low had the mighty fallen!

David, the charmi youn,
shepherd, minding his” fathers
flocks in the lonely pastures and
of the love and care of
the Heavenly Shepherd—David,
the hereic stri: visiting his
brothers at the battle field, and
rebelling indignantly at the chal-

lenge to the army of Israel by the i

giant Plillistine, and cleverly lay-
ing him low with his sling and
pebble—David, driven from the
Royal Court, by age
i. of King Saul and, hunted
in wilderness, and yet chiv-
alrousty refusing to harm the
“Lord’s Anointed” when in his
power—David,° with so many
generous and noble qualities and
with such fine spiritual perception
and godly elevation, now the
central figure of so sordid and
shocking a drama! How low.
indeed, had the mighty fallen!

Again I say one wonders how
the iitm actors and producers,
even at Hollywood in the U.S.A,
eould plan to carry through a
picture on that story.

Yours truly,
we .
April 29, 1952.
Emigration

The Editor, The Advocate,

SIR,—I have read Mr. Godson’s
further contribution on this mat-
ter, with interest, and his views

are appreciated.
The subject lends itself to end-

eught to and

goevermment and exploration
@s has no, pareliel in history?/|
Must we not ise Shak

for fear of nigrating Burns?
Are we at our public banquets
to raise our glasses to the toast
of “Queen Eligabeth I of England
and Elizabeth II of the United

What abeet Her Majesty's
Fremh Caaadian subjects? What
sbeout the ‘Seuth Africans? What
shout the Maoris in New Zea-
land? They were not included in
the British re
afer

E=peér
iol
embalmed im history. I see no!
reason why the Scots should
eve the sole rights of dating
history.
One might thick from 2 racial
pomnt of view that the angry men
of North would be content
Mother is a!
2 amd that
im the veins
now on the

Ne Majerity View ;
I do claim for 2 moment

thet the oufrer. represents a
majesty Thew Scotland. ff

of the youmg Queen

the comes lamgety from the Scottish

Gemanding

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ess is not very satisfac- |
2 It is. moreover, not a sub-|
ject for wishful thinking; the ap-!
proach must be factual as well as/
practical. My contribution might!
be summarized thus:

(2) The Committee shoulda
cover as wide a field as possible.
in its search fer facts, on which to!
base plans. |

(2) Careful _investigation be- |
forehand, especially of the kind of)
persons to go, and their prepara-
tion for adventure in a new land.
This, in my view, is of prime im_
portance. Emphasis was on youth,

(3) Tropicat conditions are
vastly different to temperate. Land
under the former soon reverts to
bush while awaiting occupants.
Drainage and sanitation too are
not usually as simpie as in this
sland where he does not have to
bother unduly about his neigh-
ponen Petar} Settlement, ad
ore, locks appears to
teach us a eukoat

-_ economic
must ve Gf consideration.
enh a fore ly ree
acres and a Sow 0 apply
to-day where hi un e
crops are ohn ms an
(5) Preparatory work among
the settlers must stress the impor-
tance of co-operative endeavour’

Definite suggestions were made to
ensure this; | *

(6. No special merit was claim-
ed for any of the ideas put for-|
ward. Emphasis was on the need
for souna and’ practical methods
of approach.

Finally, my chief object at this!
stage was to assist the public mind}
in appreciating the nature of the!
problems involved. I should be!
very glad to diseuss the subject in|
person with Mr, Godson, if he so
desires. Did ‘Operation Surinam’!
teach us any lesson? ;

Yours faithfully, I
“ECONOMIST”. |

;
:

1.5.52.

as the million-dollar beach place she also
owned at swank Newport in Rhode Island.
But, though she led soclety, she permitted

no photographs, and the money she gave to

charity was never publicised.

Her great love to the last was fast cars.
Even in her nineties she whizzed round the
countryside admiring her estates.

ok ee
THE dark-brown waters of the Missouri
River swirled over its banks recently, surged

sntil ; 4 :
ig jee across rich farmland and into two towns, and

made 40,000 people homeless.

In cars and horse-drawn buggy carts 6,000
people fled from South Sioux City. All the
622 who live in Dakota City, Nebraska, got
out as the flood lapped in. Ten more Mid-
West towns and villages are threatened.
Scores of farm families have quit.

* * *

AN AMERICAN friend said to. me exasper-
atedly:.“In Britain you queue everywhere
except in your banks. Here, the bank is the
only place in which we Americans have to
Queue.”

It's too true. Arserican banks have special

windows set aside for women customers
(Why? don’t ask me), grim cops patrolling
the aisles, their guns in evidence, and organ
music gently piped in to soften the blow about
your overdraft. But you still have to wait an
wait in line to cash your cheque. ;

* * *
HEADLINES: “Kremlin disliked by Indian
mysties.” “Two hundred thousandth rotated
Korean veteran home, is given glass of milk.”
“Palace date hangs on Bette’s TV debut.”

* * *

LONG ISLAND police are talking of “de-
liberate pigeon sabotage.” On the eve of the
neighbourhood’s biggest annual homing-
pigeon race persons unknown make off with
the favourite and 62 coop-mates.

* * * ;
M.-G.-M. which scored such hits with
“serie?” films “Andy Hardy” and “Dr. Kil-
dare”), is doing another of the same, En-

' titled “The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis,” it is

a collection of 30 short stories with a college
background.

*” * a

IN New York State drivers whose licences
are revoked by magistrates will now have to
wait a full year before applying for rein-
statement. If the cases are flagrant they may
never get them back at all, And applicants
must produce three letters of commendation-—
from their employers, from their local police
chief, and from a clergyman.

* * *
SO GREAT is the shortage of potatoes in
the U.S. that in several cities they are doing a
roaring trade in spuds from Spain.

* * *

AS I DROVE through central Pennsylvania
this week-end I saw thousands of notices
tacked to telegraph poles, forest trees, and
the sides of barns. “Danger!” they cried, “Be-
ware of rabies.” There has been an outbreak
of rabies among foxes this spring, and scores
of adults and children have been bitten,

* *

“IN a Philadelphia railway station on Good
Fridcy a choir, garbed in heliotrope, sang
hymns and spirituals, Passengers tiptoed past
to buy their tickets, and asked questions at the
information booth in whispers.

* * *

THE HUMAN TOUCH, Americans like to
grouse about “warm British beer.” The other
night in a Washington bar a group of patrons
was busy re-working that well-worn ground,
Suddenly a G.I. spoke up. “Say,” he remarked,
“T think that British beer is wonderful. Best
I ever tasted any place.” The awe-stricken
silence was broken by somecne saying: “But,
buddy, it’s warm.” “And that's the way it's

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE



tee Formed To Study Local Govt. Bill

Bill To Be Cireulated ~

VESTRYMEN OF ST. THOMAS at their meeting yes-
terday criticised the Bill to make better provision for local

Government in the island.

The Vestry received a letter from the Chairman of the
Select Committee appointed to consider and report on the
Bill, inviting them to send to the Committee, not later than
May 19, a written memorandum expressing any views or

comments on the Bill.

Mr. I. Collins said that he had
not yet seen a copy of the Bill
and therefore could not offer his
comments. He said that the Bill
should be circulated to Vestrymen
in order that each member would
have a clear idea of what it is
2ll about.

Mr. V. Reeves said
agreed with Mr. Collins.
did not see a copy of
therefore he could

that he
He also
the Bill;
not say

whether or not he was in favour Acting Police Magistrate of Dis-

trict
Church- J ias “ i
warden, said that there was a ones auia tear et ens
lot in what Mr. Collins had sad. two
Vestrymen should be posted a hard

of it.

Mr. K, Sandiford.

copy of the Bill. He

in obtaining

although he did not intend to
tell Vestrymen from what
source he had acquired it.

He said that the letter they res
ceived just showed the determin_
ation of Government to rush
ahead with the Bill without tak-
ing Vestrymen into consideration.

One would expect that the least records tol th
any Government would-have done d . Rik Seaham ieee
would be to issue a copy of the y

Bill to Vestrymen.

Island Division
He said that the copy of the
jocal Government Bill as present~

three, which the Bill still has.
He happened to know that
there were members of some

Vestries who were afraid to dis- G@efendant take up something from
cuss the Bill because they were

afraid that if it was passed they
would get no votes eventually.

onable thinking man could suggest
to join six parish
form a single unit,”
said,

He said that they have grouped looked at the grave one morning
the parishes together but they &Md noticed that a part of the
in the Bill leaden decorations ‘of the grave
where the central point would be, was missing.

have not inserted
This was the first point that
struck him as being wrong.

Another thing was that fifty per
cent. of the councillors would be
elected and the other fifty per
cent. nominated. That was an_
other point that struek him as
being wrong.

Tm other words, he noticed that
the Local Government Bill had
put the Governor-in-Executive
Committee in charge of every_
thing. He thought the Council
system a farce.

Heavy Liabilities
Referring to.Section 59, Part 6,

offences
if St. Thomas was joined with America.

the other five parishes mentioned,

Yhat parish would have heavy Islands which are under British
liabilities in St. Joseph and St. protection in the Persian Gulf
Andrew but an asset in St. James, and worked by American oilmen.

Mr. Sandiford, speaking of
the Vestries Act, 1911,
which they were at

prepared to say €hat if the
Vestries Act is weak, the Local
Government Bill was rotten.

The Vestries Act told them how: 2

they could lay rates but the
Local Government Bill did not.

In the Maude Report every-
thing was laid out but this was

not the case with the Local pissoine ariee operations behind

to the Local Government Bill guardeq by steel-helmeted police
as “the silent Bill” and said ®*med with sten guns

Government Bill. He referred

that after the Bill was passed

they would get regulation after

regulation thrown on them.

Mr. Sandiford :said that for
many weeks he was going through

the Bill and still he could not ,
The main thing s

understand it.
was that the island would
divided into three areas and St.
Thomas and five other parishes
would form one area.

Poor Relief
He said that he had made ex.
tensive enquiries and had discov-
ered that when it came to the
question of poor relief, Barbados
led the other Caribbean Islands.

Members would agree that the thay Bahrein is Persian territory
and American planes there must

Vestry system needed improving,
but to abolish it and institute the
Local Government Bill would be
like “swopping a donkey for a
horse.”

At this stage Hon. G. Mahon,
M.L.C., said that he did not feel
they were getting anywhere ais
cussing the Bill as they were doing
at present. He suggested that a
small Committee should be ap_

reply and report back to the
Vastey, Copies of the Bill should
also be circulated to members, he
said.
Vestrymen
Mahon and the following Commif-

tee ‘was appointed to study the Sandiford, Hon, G. Mahon, M.L.C.,
Bill: Mr. K. Sandiford, Mr. S. A. Mr. J. H. Thorne, Mr. W. Gooding,
Walcott, Mr. W. Gooding and Mr. Mr. S. A. Walcott, Mr. V. Reeves,
This Committee will Mr. I. Collins, Mr. D. L. Gill and
report back to the Vestry at their Mr. A. E, Cave.

SSF

I. Collins.





Mr, Walwyn’s decision. The grave
is the property of George Winter

and the offence was committed on
April 18,

efendant had two previous con-
ictions for larceny. Cpl, Emerson
Yearwood attached to the Central
Station told the court that on April
18 at about 1.40 a.m. he was on
duty in St. Stephen’s road, While
ed to the House of Assembly, is Walking along the road he heard
very far from the Report sub. 2 noise as if someone was ham-
mitted by Sir John Maude, except Mering at something and on going
from the point of view of the into the churchyard he saw a
clause dividing the island into figure of a man standing by a
grave,

he grave and then move away.
He then chased the defendant
Who dropped a bag while running,
“I am yet to see how any reas- In the bag were leaden spikes.

Persia Plans

BAHREIN, Persian Gulf, May 1.

degh and his army and navy
chiefs

under up in Tehran is calling on the
present Persian minority in the islands to
operating, said that with all the be ready to “overthrow its Brit-
weaknesses of this Act, he was ish overlords.”

yearly
ahrein
This firm is registered in Canada
but owned by the Texas Oil and
Petrol Corporation.

that
would be easier than the grab at
Abadan.

a planning a diplomatic offen-
ve,
Mossadegh has sent a note: To
Britain, claiming that Bahrein is
an “integral part” of Persia and
she “vigorously resents”
interference.

belongs to Persia and must not
be listed as a British protector-
ate.

British Government sent a strong
note to Tehran today.
out that Bahrein
Britain by a treat
1890
protest against the visit of a Brit-

ish Forei ffice adviser to the
pointed to study the Bill, draft a ish Foreign ©



next meeting on Thursday, May
agreed with Mr, 15.

TOOTAL'S STANDARD IRISH LINEN



2 Months For
Stealing
From Grave

His Worship Mr. C. L. Walwyn,

“A”, yesterday sentenced

of King’s Gap, St, Michael to
with

Cumberbatch appealed against

The keeper of the criminal

nearby residents at night.





from poge 1
So they made no apology in
saying in spite of those who held
they should be divorced from
each other, that they would go
hand in hand together. And
those of them who belonged to

hid himself and saw the

George Winter said that he owns the Trade Union’ Movement
. Sandifosa a grave in St. Stephen’s Church phould see that they always put
rs and after receiving information a Government in power that

would help the movement and
not fight against it.

“Equally I feel,” he said, “that
it is incumbent upon the Labour
Government to make its policy a
Trade Union Policy.

“You must fight for better con-
ditions as far as you can around a
Trade table, a Conciliation Board,
but if the worse comes to tne
worst and you cannot carry your
point, you must get the political
weapon moving so that when you
cannot get it by persuasion, you
would get it by Legislation.”

Support Necessary

He was very glad, he said, that
they had been able to make a be-
ginning with Labour Day because
it was essential, no matter how
strong the movement may be, for
people to get together and
strengthen each other and support
the movement and see that it was
kept alive and grew stronger and
stronger.

It was not enough to say, “no
matter if I don’t help, other people
are helping.” One man says that
and a thousand more will say it
and as a result the Union would
be weakened by that thousand.
They should on such occasions as
May Day was, say to themselves,
“This is a new year. We shall
adopt a new spirit. Let us aim
and endeavour, each of us, to
bring more an more people in
the movement,

Some people would say if they
belonged to the bakers, for ex-
ample, that if bakers in general
get an increase, they would in-
evitably get one. ‘Such people
were living on somebody else.

Unfortunately, [Parbados is
over-populated. It Barbados
were not over-populated, the
Union would already hava
brought about in every branch
of iabour in this island, a
“closeqd shop.” They would in-
sist that nobody be employed
unless he was a Trade Unionist.
But that could not be easily aone
in Barbados. If for instance driv-
ers went on strike, as so many
could drive, they would be many
more to employ at perhaps even
less. And after all, one could
not altogether blame the man
who went for the job when there



New Oil
Offensive

The Persian Premier Mossa-

oil
and

lanning new
t Britain

Their target is the Bahrein

are

A “Liberation Committee” set

About 11,000,000 barrels of oil
are produced by the
Petroleum Company.

Mossadegh and his men _ are

in Tehran, and

One of the planners told me
“Liberation of Bahrein”

In another room legal experts

On their recommendations

British
To the U.N.O, saying Bahrein

To the United States saying

i . was a strike, for his larder,
fen. ee. ane might have been empty that
To meet Mossadegh’s threat the morning.

That was ail the more reason
why a Trade union should in-
sist that everybody join the
movement.

Mr, Adams said that next May
Day the Union would not only
hold a meeting in St. Michael,
but perhaps in Speightstown and
some of the other parishes.

He said that it was perhaps a
‘source of wonderment that the
Barbados Workers’ Union was
so strong and well knit together
because the average Barbadian
felt he knew everything on

It pointed
is bound to
dating from

and rejecte e Persian

Members present were: Mr, K.

earth. And the strength spoke
energy of Mr.
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secretaries. If it were not for
the faith and energy of the
active officers, they would not
have got over the Barbadian at-
titude of saying, “I am an in-
dividual who will fight for my-
self.”

Combination was essential if
they wanted to produce good
results and produce them quick-
ly. Of course one man _ could
build a cathedral all by himself
if he could live long enough to
do it; but on the other hand if
they combined, the cathedral
could be built in a quick time.
And that was the position of
the Union, he said,

Obviously there were times
when one man could persuade
his employer to give him an in-

crease, But he was one man.
That did not mean that the
position of the workmen as a

whole would be bettered. They
would have to combine. Of
course a man who played up to
the boss might get improved
conditions, but not other people.
“It is scarcely necessary for
me to emphasise that,” he said}
“because everybody must realise
that unity is strength, in private
life let alone in public life. And
the only reason why we from
time to time remind you of the
necessity of strengthening the
organization is because if we, do
not come together from time to
time and encourage one another,
ln time we would collape.”
Speaking of the West Indian
Trade Unionists, he said, “I
Mus%say how glad I am to have

them here not me rely because
there are here on this
course and will become better

Trade Unionists as a result, but
also because the more I think
about the future of the West Indies,
the more I reaiise that the future
of the West Indies is with the
working class man, the work-
ing class organization, ard if
I am accused, as apparently I am
being accused nowadays, of being
lukewarm about Federation, I do
not believe we should come to-
gether to be run by a United
Chamber of Commerce,

“I believe that when we have

a strong Trade Unionist move-

ment in every island and these

leaders of the Trade Unions
movements turn their attention
to politics and become leaders,
then and only then should we

run it.” °

He questioned there being any
good in putting up a fight year
after year to better conditions
against the capitalists of the West
Indies and then suddenly come
together at a time, when the work-
ing class union was not as strong
as it should be. What earthly
good it was, he asked, to fight in
any island and then go back to-|
gether again and hand over every-
thing to the merchants and the
factory owners,

“For that reason again I say”,
he said, “I more than welcome cur
Trade Union friends from the rest
of the West Indies and hope that
visits will be interchanged fre-
quently.” a

Visits Every Year

Such visits should not be once
every three or four years, but
every year. And the movement
being kept alive would assis: in
the interchange of visits. That was
why, too, they should strengthen
the Union and their friends of the





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B’dos Workers Union Celebrate

other islands strengthen theirs.

He said that time was when he
was called a Red. “Far from being
Anti-Russia,” he said, “I felt. -
‘here was a good experiment in
human life and community living,
the Russian experiment’. I was
more than sympathetic, But one
day I had to sit, according to
alphabetical order, between a Rus-
sian and an American and I turned
to the Russian and said, ‘we are
building up a federation in the
West Indies, I am here as a British
Delegate, but want to come some-
time as a West Indian Delegate,
not as a British, will you vote for
us if we apply for admission to
the United Nations’,

He said that the Russian told
him to ask the British if they
would vote for Bulgaria or
Rumania, He (Mr. Adams) real-
ised that the Russian was feeling
that they were on the British side
and as far as the West Indies were
concerned, they could go hang.
That was the reason, he said, why
he said what he said.

“T learnt then that if you do not
fight your own battles without de-
pending too much on other nations,
you never get anywhere,” he said.
“We in the West Indies owe a
solemn duty to ourselves to forget
whether we are British, French,

Dutch or otherwsie; to say we are
West Indians and will build up a
strong West Indian nation, and the
only way we can do that is to
build up a strong working class
organization,”

He said, ‘We must be very cau-
tious, having gained a bridgehead,
not to sit down and let it slip away
from our grasp. I therefore say it
should be our solemn duty to prom-
ise ourselves to continue the work
we have done in the past and not
to feel we have got very far ahd
we can soft peddle. {

“We must strengthen ourselves
and go forward as brothers and |
conquerors in this glorious battle |
for improvement of the working’!
class.” eae

RAINFALL HEAVIEST
AT BOARDED HALL

District “B” Boarded Hall re-
eeived the heaviest rainfall on
Wednesday night and up to 6 a.m,
yesterday this district still had the
highest figure. The Police Station
at St. George however reported
that there was no serious inci-
dent to record, but a few telephone
lines were out of order during the
night.

According to the Police, District
“B” had 70 parts of rain and the
next best figure was recorded at
Four Roads, St, John. Other read-
ings were District “A’—35 parts,
District “C"—four parts, D trict
“D"—26 parts,’ District “E’—29
parts, District “F’—25 parts and
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Thousands of mosquitoes live
about a four-acre of land
behind the Drill H and come
out in full. force at night to
trouble the residents of the area.

The name of this species of
mosquito is not known, but as the
Director of Medical Services is
starting a campaign for the
eradication of the Aedes Aegypti
which is responsible for yellow
fever, perhaps this popular area
= mosquitoes will be rid of

em,

This land which abounds the
sea, belongs to Government and
is in the care of the Department
of Agriculture. About twenty
years ago it was a swamp area,
and some years ago it was filled
in and levelled, arid casuarina
trees planted.

The real sources of these mos-
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uitoes retreat to the crab holes.

hey live for the most part in
the erab hi which are
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known as the White Land Crab,

and if stuff is thrown into any of
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Placed On Bond
For Wonding

Everton Bynoe of Deacon's Road,
St. Michael, was yesterday placed
on a bond for a period of three
months in the sum of £1 by His
Worship Mr, E. A, McLeod who
found him guilty of wounding
Lionel Smith by cuffing him over
his left eye,

The offence was committed on
April 13, Smith told the court
that on Apvil 13 while he was in
a shop in Baxters Road he was
“knocked out” by someone but
could not say who did it. He was
however told that the defendant
had cuffed him during an argu-
ment,

Dr. Oliver James told the court
that on April 13 he examined
Smith at the Casualty and found
there was a cut over the left eye
which required one stitch, When
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BOOTS MINERAL SALTS
FOR PIGS
Boots Calamine Lotion.
Boots Kaolin Poultice
Boots Glycerine and Thy-
mol Mouth-wash
Boots Sterile Water for

injections,

Boots Syrup of Figs. A
well known Laxative
for children, relieves }}
constipation in adults
and children.

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ago leading scientists discovered that the secret lay in the exact balancing
of three famous medicines (Phenacetin, Caffeine and Acetylsalicylic Acid)

with a FOURTH ingredient—QUININE, And ‘Anacin’s’ Quinine acts
synergistically with the other medicines to soothe aches, bring down
feverish temperatures, restore a real sense of well-being !

Pains from fever ? Colds? Headaches?
Toothache ? Rheumatism ? Neuralgia?
Menstrual Pains? Then *ANACIN’ will
bring you immediate relief, cast out
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enough to bring you fast relief from a bout of pain! ‘Anacin * is also
available in‘handy 20-tablet boxes and in bottles of 50 tablets. Share
in the benefits of this great new scientific discovery !

ARM YOURSELF AGAINST PAIN
GET SOME ‘ANACIN’ ropay!





Doctors and dentists recommend ‘ ANACIN’. In Great
Britain alone over 12,000 use it in their surgeries.

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POTATOES—per 10 Ibs. ............... $1.20 —

CRAWFORD’S CREAM CRACKERS 164 — 1,20
LETONA GREEN PEA SOUP ........... 36 — 32
BIDDYS ASPARAGUS SOUP ........... 330 = 30





CROSSE & BLACKWELLS CURRY POWDER $
NEW ZEALAND CHEESE-—per 5-lb. Tin ..
WALLS OXFORD SAUSAGES—per Tin

BANQUET CASTER SUGAR—per pkt. ....













SUN PAT CASHEW NUTS—per Tin ..... 1.02
SOUTH AFRICAN SWEET CORN—per Tin ......... 40
SLICED DANISH BACON—per Ib. ................5. 1.50
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DIED
MeOLEAN—On May 1, 1992. Sumes Wil-
Ham D. McClean. His funer leaves
the residence of Mr. Ro: eee. Skeets
Road, Jackmans at 4.15 p.m. to-day
for St. Matthew's Church. Friends are
asked'to attend. —~ .
Lewis, Garnett and Luther McCiéan
(children), Mr. and Mrs. Theophilus
Howard, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Proute.

5.52



FOR RENT

HOUSES

BEACH COTTAGE on St, James Coast,
perfect bathing,” quiet. All meals and
services supplied. from main house.
Telephone. Reasonable terms te suitable

couple. (pee: Hieachlands, St. James or
cl 14.3.52—t.f.n

phone ¢

BEN-O-NI, Pitts Village,
James, 2 bedrooms, Dressiig
Garage and Servants room.

oe

on’ sea, St.
Room, W.C.
Dial 2a.

yeep epagaeeree
MODERN FURNISHED FLAT — With





Silver and Linen. Good Sea - bathing.
For further particulars: Apply fo Alma
Lashley No. 6 Coral Sands, Worthing.
52-—t.f.n.
FARAWAY aa. Philip | “coast, 3 bed-
rooms iv Lighting Plant.
Waternill supply. Double Car Port, two
servant rooms. From May lst. Phone
4476. 10.4, 62—t.f.n
NEWHAVEN — Crane Coast, 4 bed-
lighting Plant,

Double Garag
e, three
For =. and from Oc.

rooms. -Fully
Watermill supply,
servant rooms





tober Ist Phone 4476
10.4.52—t.f£.n,
a en cea
TRINITY COTTAG! furnished,
three bedrooms, complete with tele-
phone and refrigerator, situated at
Derricks Bay, St. James. Phone 2959.
27.4.52—t.f.n,
NOTICE

The Leeward Cricket Ground at Fos-









TELEPHONE 2808



ii iil is BARBADOS ADVOCATE
LT eR

IED ADS. PUBLIC SALES PUBLIC NOTICES





REAL ESTATE













































ee
CAR-~1937 + Hawk Car in good

e to Mrs, Bethell

Searles » Christ Church.

" 1.5, 52—2



STOVE: Jackson Electric Stove, com-
Excell.~









nit nt yn ate

Candidates should be under 40








FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1952

Swamundt S







| 8. P. MUSSON,

aie ‘ee aad ROYAL NETHERLANDS | | 99S9S5599955599555955905
° F bes i } Th M.V. “DAERWOOD” will
FOR SALE bor oe ements al RE ram See "aee ca ate we DEPARTMENT OF HARBOUEZ AND SHIPPING MASTER — STEAMSHIP co. [2 secagt Gurgo mua Passengers tor
Buin’ water. electric ight snd ete tions at St, Michael's Girls’ Schock VACANCY FOR GRADE “A” MECHANIC — | PROM EUROPE Pietint oat te eee
b nice, property standing: o be received by the und ed up . M. 3” ¥ 1952, eaeer® OAS -
et nt eres of lim ih one at the mast | % Saturday, the 10th. May, } and UNESTABLISHED STAFF M's. 4th May 1952 Sailing Sunday 4th May 1952.
eee Saae ae = wT "etndlanen Naat BORE, anaene Baan FURY At Snore |8 iP CE, “MONEE” wl ge
~_-——- —_—___... a Vi “ ” ’ ep’ a oO my | oO
8-20 in “A-1 condition the crt tp forsale’ by Pap meinen ie” Merttionta cats Applications are invited for the post of Grade “A” Mechanic on | |_ M.S. ORANJESTAD, 20th. May 1952, (9 Deminica’” Astras ane ne tt
a ious tae tee 09 1.5.52—4n : stances; arid sigh | ev the Staff of the Harbour and Shipping Master's Depart- | saruixc to ZEINIDAD, PARAMARIBO \ Hovis end at St. Kitts, Sailing Fri-
> j AND BRI aay
1961 panodel. Mileage |hould be madé to Mr. F. D. G. Simp. 7 i ne M.S. BONAIRE, May 1952. | The “MY “CARIBHEE wil
any ict condition. & ‘Woodland’ St, Georgs. wel. sail «et pry pe with silery as fixed under Grade VI of the | SAILING TO 'PABAMARINO AND |% Suutpt,Ca"d cud Passengers tor
ee Fag sk. y ra. ; ARRINGTO ’ at the rate of $18.00 x 60 —22.80 per week. In addition a | a BOCES GUIANA te Nevis and St. St. Kitts, Sailing Friday
ee Se a... a. “18.4. cost of living allowance is payable in accordance with sauna Fo TRINIDAD AND 4 et nha
GER One Vase 25 -b.p. with 5 that bungalow called “SCAFRLL? Point of entry into seale will be determined on the M.S ~ '
. HECUDA. ooh fe 1952. ASSOCIATION (ING)
tyres in condition, “Dial $544 the “furniture thereis .of experience and qualifications. Working uniform will *| S.8. BOSKOOP, ist May 195: g Goustenee ‘Tele, souY

2.
oe & CO., LTpD. %

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE | SHIPPING NOTICES



Canadian National Steamshtps



sbi Roel 8 monins id $4300 poly | |tising motor mechanies with experience in marine motor Te ae ge Oe
5 ie old in mechanics |
oe Foe 30.4. 8250 subject to the selected candidate being passed as medically fit for SUTmoUND iow to OF. SIS oe
> on
the : ,
(h) Prefect | Ford in ggod ; | CANADIAN CRUISER 2 May - 11 May 13 May
Di qual me aun successful candidate will required na | a ee
oie. BR. ec Goddard. * ‘ S : be . to carry out: ten- | CAD: LADY os - 2 is 7, % May 2 June 2 ay
30. 4. i repalr work to Government Harbour Craft under the Control | CANADIAN CHALLENGER *: 0 Mey 2 June = 8 June 12 June
roo nsaande ashes ‘ \ Be ate sity 2 5 J
Sas HG Coupe tn pacteld r in Pic ly of Government Craft. | CANADIAN cR + Sion, ae cen Ses Son
order. Apply Noweasie Plantation St. supported by testimonials should be submitted on CARSUIAN ‘ONSTRUCTOR.. 40 June 3 July 3 hu 13 July
pie sa ai nate en to the Colonial Secretary not | * ROONEY OH uly 4 July 0 Saag 38 July 38. July
ue es 258 Renae bo a Snes 5
jon;
4.52—4.f.n 2.5.52—2n. | NORTHBOUND Arsives Satls ves Arrives «Arrives — Arrives
a iy ee . ‘a 1
TRUCK—One (}) 3-ton Austin Truck. | LADY NELSON .. 10 Bigs 13 dans 2 Me ™ ey 3 may ao bey
Apply Dv. SCOIT & Co. Ltd, White CON. CRUSER .. 24 May 20 May _ 8 June 8 June} 11 June
244.521 f n, 9% bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, a very large| Coleridge Streets. [ also take this | meee | CONSTR 3 gure 8 June Wh June Wdiune A Juve
a cs yori « 15 June 17 June 27 June - 28 June, 1 July
See tasenes LOR COOKER § §

i F « 2 June 2% June ~ 5S July 8 July a Ju! y
| ‘Sepniaunazone—new aloman oe VA coo. R STOVES LADY o- 6 fF @July 18 July — | z July, 22 Je
neon , pa Sie z pele “Ss wm 4s 19 July mn % July; July, Aug.
Powell nearer aga fan. on famous 2 Burne ‘ ONSTRUCTOR 24 July 29 July 6 Aug; 8 Aug. Aug.

nm wenera) jectr: ermetical
sealed unit system. Door lock standard, 3 Sereer fe ( . a we nig m Aue. ee
* nana 2 wie eee Lid. Tweedside innciagie
Oa ichael — one 4629,
i ‘4 Also For further particulars, apply to—-

—— AUSTIN & ad LTD Sioa



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lete with Entra $ }
ter's St. Lucy will be opened to mem-| Condition “Buaaae Switch. - complete with waste and overflow “OS
bers for practice os 14th ae invited. Phone 4051. ' 25
onorary ‘e" Se :
uae vard Crieke! Club, FURNITURE Established T. HERBERT, Ltd. Incorporated
: a oes 10 & 11 Roebuck Street |
rae TURE: One Pees ee ames |
ident» for cutting ou tte hoe
WANTED {on Canadian built) in ‘bert perfect condi- | _ By thstructiona
ay, ner leaving my, ‘Diet 8.
en 2.8.52—1n a ENERAL 0) |
HELP 12 5 ART 1; done omly 9,000| Your so
MANAGER—For commission agency de- LIVESTOCK mie a ¥
ho well ree proceriet hy yw . _ McKENZIE
m. UPPIES: Alsatian .
ability to bandie. correspo essen- | the » Alset i bv | 30. 4.52—3n, he mn eraaetonn
tial, alary plus parereipacan: in ans Price $80.00 each * ngpector Ti! TE REP r sere — Signed: mH, S gs from Sow uadeloupe, loupe, Martiniq
aiary commensurate w:! abilit and | Poli Distr: e RP -52—2u DER IAMOND :
experienet, “Apply P.O, Box S02,’ Port- alice 6 Raat tA. zieceo| . WN nae 2.5.8241n . F % eeate Trintdad, ecu Curacao & Jamaica”
ain, .T 5 i 2~6n. ~ | T CT 0 -
WORKSHOP MANAGER-—Previoug ex- MISCELLANEOUS putiie suction the ontee Tot’ ok pond THIS A RA IVE H ME g %
Ere oe eend aM MR | eet Tall enc ar! Eaten RE ctlan uy Hei Se thamp Arrives Barbados}
x i
in writing only. Electria Salen & Sete offices etc., mantel clocks, and alarm i all aa re ng is hereb; ‘en that ts is the intention ae 99 see * Hg on
Ltd., P|O. Box 1 90,4, 52—4n lua. ace sizes and designs. K. R. Philp. me onthe caine maker ince hex ay Reh of the Comunl neta ot BE paways, An extremely well built, modern three bedroom (or two “DE GRASS", at i” ie bt br Pes ime g
ceabieae: un ‘o., Ltd. Broad $) esd: th: rish of! ‘eter in is Isla tere eee
An Assistant’ WORKS ENGINEER, | bial es Abe ons | conten, Hat the mar| to cause to be Introduced into the Leste. | | Redrooms and den) BUNGALOW of stone and concrete con- + *“DE GRASSE” | e a dhe 1952... ath Face 1952 §
capable, of supervising a workshop amd} ——— 0 A Ss time. wie a collec. | lature of this Island a mn authorising struction, Combined forty feet living-room and gallery. fully ’ tore ’ x
Foundry, Experience in Sugar Machin-| FRESH Ree vs. have , Just tion of sitting, folding, arm, easy, three | the Commiss' to. increase v F | * alli %
ery repair work desirable. t | received a cornered, deck, rush chairs, morris] (a) The salary. of thé Inspector of High- cupboarded Canadian styled kitchen, Floor to ceiling cedar | Not calling at Guadeloupe .
niust have © of scale drawing Cigarettes, ire ee tin, airs | chairs wigs septina filled cushions, glass Ways of the said perish to a sum li
and experience in the direction of labour. 50. | t & square pine ‘dining “not exceeding £500 per annum, and ined double bedroom closets. Attractively laid out garden .
Copies of regent testimonials must be} by Boag side yoy we other tables, saveral bar| (b) The travelling. atlowance of the with fruit trees an 1 SAILING FROM BARBADOS TO EUROPE
ubmnitted with application by ist. May _GARDEN HOSE, 4,” Garde and; & barrel stool seats with said Inspector of Uighways. to a d ample room for vegetables, Garage with F Barbados Atrives Southampton
19 For particulars relating to sal ittings. City Garnge Cass v AOA St. | cushions, turtle shan lmnp shades, sever- sum not exeeeding £100 per annum breezeway to house and detached lf , ene ‘ab
and other conditions, apply to: e 6.52-—t.f.n. {al pony, beer, sherry, wine, goa The svid inereases to have effect from self-contained maid’s ae 5 fn igth M 1 May,
Manager, The Barbados Foundry, tdm-f En. and , Champagne lasses, several the Ist day of Roril 1951. quarters, The Property ig 11 i ria ays Oe aot 1968
ited P.O. Box 91, White Park Bond, ANG iG up ihe # Alomiias Pig Wand in eandle ps Ag = Dated the Ist of April 1052. y is coolly and delightfully situated | «Ast Peal 1952... 1... 13th June, 1952
Bridgetown, Barbados, 1.5,52— uF hen ome and be milecr: i Boarass idebonrde, ng dod forks. Ah, detix of se ake eiinisiomes Pe within easy reach of main toad at Worthing. Ph. 8562, “DEG GRASSE” .... 29th June, 1952 4... 9th July» 1952
nto eniaipereps eter cds aitalaheeoe in ving Anta kate fe ‘Pace oi Cc cassert spoons, several pieces o:
An Assistant FOREMAN capable _of + filghavs wa STEWART. i ik
ee ant FOREMAN capa fe matting aN Ke winator Deer Freant| the, par bs oe 52—$n, "Sailing dircet to wheats
nent. Applicant must have knowledge soup, b plates, | (3) & | 2.5. 6dendn 399966699990"
in, -malsing sketches and reading bive Raat | cot’ Bs, fee treegers, kiteh COGOSS oe
print ‘oon: rnish _s
Copies of recent testimoniale must b eae | eee & bainane Bena sake: 2 REE rns GREETS PING,

submitted with onplication by Slset Ma:
1952, For particulars relating to salary
aha other conditions, apply te me Mar.-
ager, The Barbados Foundry tented

P.O, Box.0l, White Park ae ‘Br

town, Barba
MISCELLANEOUS

wa Nikp To ro RENT
UNFURNISHED NOUSE— preferabl,
stone, two bedrooms, Elect on, <
water, within Clty boundary hon:
S478 ov u9M Urgent.

2.5, $9—th

PERSONAL

The public are hereby warned aga
giving credit te my_ wife CUARIS
MAYERS (nee HAYNES) as I do not
hold myself resporsible for her or an:
one elee contracting any debt or debi
ju my name unless by a written orde:
signed by



me

BYRON MAYERS,





Kendal,
St. Johv
2.5. 52—2n
Public Official Sale
(The prerent Marshal's Act 196)

(1904-6) & io

On Priduy the 16th day of May 1952
at the hour of Po’ clone in the afternoon
will be sold af my office to the highest
bidder.for anv. sum not under the
appraised value

All that certain piece of Land con-
teining be edmensurement 6,136 a She
situate vat Kensington Tenantry in the
Parish of St, Michael and
bownding on three sides on lands now or
late of Kensington Tenantry and. on the
Private. roadway known as Eighth.
Avenue, or however else the same abut

Attached from

vette {Gr and towards satisfaction, &o,
N.A.—25"> Deposit to be paid on day
of purehiave,

T. T, HEADLEY,
Provost Marshal,
Provost Marshal's OMfice,
30th April, 1952.

2.5.52—3n
* ote%, OPE 0G PECSSOSOSOOOE
‘
Â¥ iF
% DANCING
3 CLASSES
% Bail t Clesses at the Aquatic
. oO will commence on) Briday
a Ind “and Sat. Grd of May
~ Cigsses in Ballroom, Ballet and
x Keep Fit will be undertaken, Tu-
® ition by Miss Joan Ransom,
‘ i. ROA.D., A.LS/T.D,
THR BARBADOS SCHOOL OF
DANCING LTD
BRENDA MekINSTRY,
29.4.52—n
LPLPLPLPLOTEL CLL
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FURNITURE

And Other Things

at» Money-Saving Prices

NEW & Renewed Wardrobes,
Bureaus, Chests-of-Drawers, Bed-
steags 2-feet to S-feet wide,
Springs, Laths, Washstands $8 up,
ee. Towel, Shoe & Hai-

TABLES for. Dining, Kiteh-
Fancy Use, China, room
a Kitchen Cabinets, Larders.

DRAWING ROOM FURNITURE
in Morris, Rush and other types,
Desks, Bookracks,

PIANOS, Banjos—Pram, Go-
Cart $9, * Metal and Wardrobe
Trunks $8 up; Typewriter, Kiteh-

Bink

en $4.50, Enamelled Ware
Draihers, $3.

L.S. WILSON

SPRY STREET. DIAL 4000

PLASTIC USEFUL ITEMS-- Fioral
Head Ties 36c., Ladies Aprons 96c.



5 &
l= bot. ' spring Mi matiresse:,, Wardrobes, oupe
rors 82—un ; boards, dressing | tables. and at

} drawers, (1) Pon = and (3) iron tanks,
(2) radion (Phillips & Pye), and many
ee Re i Mon ume 5

ie ieee

en eet peer
OMAR ENGINE, wo 1p 6 cy 6 cylinder, .

riortgent and = nt repel "Bac

other. item rous to mention,
DaCosta e | ea ay Sth, from 9 a.m.

52— [ DARCY A, SCOTT,
29.4, in { hustionser. ;
OIL—The _ world’s a! os oh
o i at aii ieoaing aise o' 2.5.52—2n
Stations. ‘Your venin vebiele di desurwes & the best.
i. “Found

VEEDO fine cars
travel”, 17.2.52--t. an n.

UNDER THE SILVER
AMMER

On Titesday 6th by order of Mr. T. A
Kinch we will selb his house appointments









TYRES

Children’s Raincoats $2.40; Ladies’ Rain- at “Evanton” Top Rock, whieh includes
coata $2.94 and 7 4 The Modern Dress ‘rd. je F Small
Shoppe, Broad 8&8! 2.5,52—3n Ca oe td. Hutstand; Exten-
Dining Tabio, Patent Screw: Smaller
~ RECORDS Clearing sur stock of MGM T (Séat 61; Berbice Chair, ARR
Three for wo, jars, your





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— Enam. Top Tab! Valor Oll Stove and :
REE (3) GRA ; Steamer, Kitchen U a 4
wh Verandah Chairs, inst W a
ness; Alex 3
mye in ting & Sone gril he Feel lve | ieand many other items. Sale 11,00
i fe May in inches eile Re Te Cash, «
to dig up D and remove OTMAN co.. e
May 1 1982. 2.6. A

VAT—One (1) 5,000 gallon Oak Vat —
apply D. VY. oot ek & Co., ss
Park Roa 7




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ORIENTAL
PALACE:



REMEMBER





sean || coaeec.| 1) To-MoRRow



hi booked.
Prices of next shipment will be
higher.



Why not call at your Gas Show-
reoms, Street TO-DAY and
secure one of these cookers,

THANI'S

Pr. Wm. Hy. St. Diai 3466



naan eer an, maureen atinnracneneiansneitareten





| A ASE
PEOPLE P LODO YG FP PESOS DOS FPP OO AO Y

PLASTIC SHEETING
36” wide
A small but ary Amnortment

CENTRAL EMPORIUM

YOUR



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POR SALRAT MOUNT WILTON FACTORY

ad
Wo (2) ASPINALL PANS .
One (1) 1650 sq, ft. TRIPLE EVAPORATOR,
complete with V. and Tower Pumps 38,660.00
(10) GALVANISED STEEL BOXES





vvnini@ QS 100.80

Ten



xx 3’ iiss ant eeabanisede h 150.00
One (1) New itchee Contre Feed @ SU ites"

36 Chambers 80’ square co.cc cecsssssssvsssoes 2,000.00
One (1) CENTHIFOGAE ENG. e igs Ba

(Pletoher) ooo cccccsssnecs, 600.00
One (1) Set STEEL GEARINGS saltable for 48” Mill 1,000.00
One (1) COOLING TOWER . a seo 600.00
One thousand (1,000) ft. 7” CAST IRON PIPE_per 1b -to
One (1) —" om Tron Pee ants es
One (1) Belt Driven DUPLEX P PUMP 5x”... 250.00
One (1) CANE CARRIER CHAIN complete with

Steel Slats 36” wide x 110’ BA bars chcceod a» 600.00
One (1) MULTITUBULAR ROILER 8” x 14” ... Net 208.00

New STEEL BOILER TUBES 4” x 14”





j long — each







DUNLOP TYRES
CAR, TRUCK-BUS OWNERS!

ARE THESE YOUR TYRE SIZES.

700-20/32 x 6 10 ply
750-20/384 x 7 10 ply
750-20/34 x 7 “Roadtrak”

475-16 450-17
500-16 475-500-17
525-16 525-550-17
550-16 600-17
575-16 . 700-17
600-16

650-16

500-14
400/425-15
525-15
550-15
600-15

5 650-15

400-18
450-18
525-18 :
550-18
400-19
475/500-19

450-21

LIMITED STOCKS OF ABOVE SIZES
WILL BE SOLD AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES

FOR @ DAYS ONLY
THURSDAY, MAY isi

PRIDAY, MAY 2nd

SATURDAY, MAY 3rd
CASH ONLY









ECKSTEIN BROS, — nay stacer.

PHONES 4269 — 3372

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1952



HENRY

SURE THIS ROGUE KITTEN
DION'T KNOCK (T OFF Tlf
ORESSING TABLE ?...

rl. CALL HER.
LAUR! ARE
VOU THERE >
* WANT you

SOMEONE'S WiTH .
MERI IT MIUSTNT
BE FLINT WITH

\ 14 CERTAIN! IT WAS LYING

ON THE WHEN | CAME IN.
SEEMS TO 8E

Pp ~ FLOOR
;

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DAGWOOD, LIGHT
THE FIRE UNDER
THE STEW ON THE
STOVE AND
REMEMBER TO
STIR IT EVERY
FIVE MINUTES

DAG 000-- PLEASE
VACUUM THE
DOWNSTAIRS RUGS
WHILE I'M GONE
BLONDIE

THERES NO SUCH
THING AS A WIFE

4 )
AH, WHILE lv NOT BEING HOME

BLONDIES. Nor
AT HOME I CAN)
GRAB MYSELF _ >

A NICE LITTLE



FLASIi GORDON

HOLD TIGHT/ OUR
RADAR'S BUZZING! WE'RE
CROSSING THE PATH

OF A PLANETOID/

711

s

STEERING JETS BLAST AT FULL THRUS

THE SPACESHIP LURCHES SHARPLY..
7 ee ae

DO NOT BOTHER YOUR
PUNY BRAIN TRYING TO
GUESS AT MY MOTIVES /
PARACHUTES SECUNE =

IP

Snip! SNIP! VOILA /
TWO PARACHUTES THAT |] efAiaie

NOW, THEN, YOU WILL NEVER OPEN /

TWO, BUCKLE ON mee
YOUR PARACHUTES JF
50 /



NOW-YOU LISTEN TO ME /
YOU'VE GOT TO STOP
THIS OVER EATING--I'M
GOING TO PUT YOU ON
A STRICT O'GT!T WiLL
OO ALL THE COOKING

BY GOLLY-!I'M HUNGRY

AGAIN -I'LL JUST SNEAK
IN AN' TAKE A LOOK IN
THE REFRIGERATOR -

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La Mirambule Tipped
To Win Today’s Guineas

(From Our Own Correspondent)

LONDON, May 1.

A RACING CORRESPONDENT despatch datelined
Newmarket, Thursday, says France should complete the
Guineas double in the “Thousand” here tomorrow. Our
own fillies do not appear to be anything out of the ordin-
ary, whereas La Mirambule has a consistent record which

suggests a touch of class.

She won all her three races as a two year old and that
qualified her for the mark of nine stone four pounds in the

French Free Handicap.





SPORTS

The Barbados Advovate
will award a book on sport
to the first person who sends
the correct answers to the
following questions.

1. CRICKET,

Name aoy player who rep-
resented Barbados, Trinidad
or British Guiana in the pre-
war Triangular Cricket
Tournaments who made
“spectacles” in any one of
the games in these series.
2. FOOTBALL.

Can a player carry the ball
in his hands over the goal-
line, under the cross-bar and
between the two goalposts
and yet score a goal?

3. RACING

What is the minimum
weight that can be imposed
as Top weight in a Barba-
dos Turf Club Handicap
Race?
4. WATER-POLO

Can a goal-keeper stand

That La Mirambule has made at
least normal progress was proved
when she ran Arbele to a neck
bver a mile and a quarter at St.
Cloud this month. My news from
France is that La Mirambule ?-
resents a good thing if only the
St. Cloud rate has not robbed her
of some of her speed.

It is unusual for fillies being
trained for the Thousand Guineas
to be run at a longer distance
than a mile and from all accounts
La Mirambule had quite a hard
tace. She was up against the best
filly in Europe and the pair had
the race to themselves at thé
end of last season. ‘

It looked as if we had a filly
out of the ordinary in Zabara,
Her only defeat was by Constan-
tia at York and that was over five
furlongs. There is no doubt that
Zabara would have won had there
been another furlong to go.

It was disappointing to _ find
Zabara being trounced by Lady
Sophia at Kempton and that was
strongly at variance with what had
been shown over the same course
last year,

Zabara was not wound up, in
this year’s ra¢e and should strip

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THE VANQUISHED Jacques Hairabedian, French cruiser-weight champion, appears to be paying -hom-
age to his victor British middle-weight champion Randolph Turpin at the end of their fight at Harrin-
gay. But Jacques is not conscious of his actions. After two minutes of the third round he stopped
one of Randy’s “right hand specials” and the burly Frenchman's interest in the fight was ended. The

fight was part of Turpin’s preparation for his contest in June with Don Cockell, for the latter's British,
European and Empire cruiser-weight titles.
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bedian. His convincing victory showed that he can still give away weight and win.

HOME SPORTS REVIEWED

on the bottom for the pur-
pose of defending his goal ?
5. TABLE TENNIS

What are the measure-
ments of a Table Tennis bat,

to much more advantage tomor-
tow.

There is still no evidence that
she is as good as she was in hed
first season and she would have
to be at her very best to be able

pecording to the Laws of to cope with La Mirambule.

the Game ? Primavera was a little unlueky
NOTE: All entries for not to win at Epsom last week.

“Sports Quiz” should be {| She will be much better suited ta

addressed “Sports Quiz”, this straight_away gallop and on

altered terms should be capable
of taking her revenge on th
Brighton Beile.

Refreshed had to be hard ridden
to dispose of Tripaway at New-
bury and there may not be much

and
by 12 noon on Saturday,
May 10. The correct
answers and the name of
the winner will be publish-
ed in the Sunday Advocate

of May 11. je age roan a gg Tripaway was
Each e must be more backward.
accompani Oy A COUPON The doubt I have about Trip-
as Set out below. away concerns her ability to stay
a mile. I think Refreshed will do
SPORTS QUIZ 80.

Frieze gave a good performance
when beating some useful colts at
Stockton but I cannot advance
the claims of the Aga Khan's trio.

Nicky Nook sprung a surprise
when winning at Thirsk and 1
think Primavera will stay up hill
better than Life Sentence who
beat her by a head at Epsom.

The best of the home-_trained
lot who have not been out this
year is Queen Of Light.

Some of her form was very
good but I found it a difficult
matter to wee her up.
‘was much to like ge 4
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Goal: R. Pinder (Rangers):
Backs: D. Haydes (Rgnmers |; R.
Denny . (Rangers); C. Phillips
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Some of her other form was not
so good but I am assured she had
been moving in_ splendid style in
home gallops. Her breeding sug-
gest that she will not be troubled
to stay a mile but I would have
liked to see her stable in better
form. >

Apart from La Mirambule there
will be other challengers from
France, Escasida is the Boussac
representative and there would
seem to be little in it between her
and Ma Foile.

Valecamonica was second in her
one race this season and I recall
her as a well made two_year-old
who looked like training on. _

I would like to think Zabara
has ¢ome back on her best form
in Which case she would have
been considered but accepting
this year’s form as the best guide,
La Mirambule must be given a
confident vote.

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(By PETER DITTON)
IN MANY RESPECTS 1952 promises to be the out-

standing cricket season of post-war years.

On every side

there is the promise of brighter play, a promise which has
been sportingly guaranteed by Vijay Hazare, captain of

the Indian touring team.

This apart, there is the possi-
bility that for the first time Eng-
land will be led by a professional
The impending retirement from
Test cricket of Freddie Brown
will leave a gap not easily filled
and it would indeéd be a popular
move if either Hutton or Comp-
ton was asked to take over the
captaincy.

It would not be fair to expect
too much from India in the
Tests. To start with, they are
handicappea py the absence of
all-rounder Vinoo Mankad, one
of the best left-arm spin bowlers
fin ithe world. And, ‘on their
showing against a very much
under-strehgth M.C.C. side in
India during the winter months,
there does not appear to be much
prospect of victory for them when
they have to face players of the

calibre of Bedser, Hutton, Evans

ere and Compton.

But India has everything to
in ftom going all out for victory
and nothing to lose. They have
never yet won a Test match in

England, and if by aggressive
cricket they can open their
account, the event would be

widely welcomed.

Of the English counties them-
selves, we can expect to see
three, Warwickshire the cham-
pions, Yorkshire , and possibly
Northants involved in a_ tight
struggle for honours.

Warwickshire, again under the
leadership of professional Tom
Dollery, do not need reminding
of the call for brighter cricket.
They won six games in a row
last season in the space of two
days, and we can expect further
fireworks this summer. ;

Possessed of thé best opening
attack in the country, Pritchard
and Grove, Warwiekshire will be
able to make fullest use of the
rule which permits the new ball

Lowson and Watson, wear the
White Rose of Yorkshire. And
there is in J. V. Wilson, who last
season finished second in the
county averages with 1,985 runs
at an average of 49, a fourth
potential Test player.

Norman Yardley will again
skipper the side when available.
But, whether his Test match
duties as a selector will allow him
to devote the time he would like
remains to be seen,

Yardley, however, should have
few worries with an attack that
contains such talented players as
Bob Appleyard who created such
a sensation in his first full season
last year by taking 200 wickets
with his medium-fast bowling at
only 14 runs a wicket. He and
left-arm spinner Johnny Wardle,
another England player, again
available, accounted for 322 bats-
men between them.

Replacing Fred Trueman, who
is now in the service, will be
Brian Close, the 21-year-old all-
rounder Who as a youngster of 18
became, in 1949, the first player
ever to complete the double of
1,000 runs and 100 wickets in hfs!
first season of first class cricket.
He also has another récord attrib-
uted to him—that of being the
first player to appear for England
before gaining his county cap.

NORTHANTS

The most interesting newcomer
to County cricket this summer,
although he is no newcomer to
cricket itself, is Northampton_
shire’s George Tribe. He has al-
ready played Test cricket for
Australia, and after appearing in
Lancashire League cricket, has
qualified for Northants under the
two-year residential rule.

Tribe, one of the best leg-spin_
ners in cricket, is also a powerful
free-scoring batsman and _ his

to be taken at the end of 65 overs. 4

But even if their new ball special-
ists should fail them occasionally,
there will be leg-spinner Eric
Hollies and the young Cornish
left-arm bowler Raymond Weel s
waiting to get at the opposition.
Qn the batting side Spooner,
Doliery, Wolton and Gardner,
who headed the county Averages
last year, will again be available.
And@ these four, together with
New Zealand-borh Don Taylot
who will be making a strong fight

for inclusion, should be worth
many runs,
YORKSHIRE
Yorkshire, while they have

Hutton in their side, need never
really worry about their batting
s! . In his batting careet
to-date, the Pudsey wonder has
scored over 31,000 runs at an aver_
age of 56, and if that isn’t con-
sistency, I don’t know what is.
But Hutton will by no means
be left to carry the burden him-
self. Two other Test batsmen,

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into a macth_winning combira-
tion.

Tribe joins another Australian
in Jock Livingstone, who also
came to Northants from League
cricket. ‘Last S@ason he scored
nearly 2,000 runs for the county
at an average of 46.

Brooks and Oldfield, two of the
most consistent batsmen in the
country, will open the innings.
Following them will be Yorkshire-
born Fred Jakeman, whose 258
not out against Essex last season
is the highest score ever made by
a Northants batsman.

Nutter and

Brice, who plays
professional

soccer for Reading,
will be the probable opening
bowlers, although a place may
have to be found for Bob Clarke,
a left-arm speed merchant who
promised much two seasons ago
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last year.

With Tribe in the side, Brown
himself may not bowl quite so
often, for they are both leg spin-
ners. The likely supporting bowler
is Starkie, an off-spinner who was
specially registered last summer
and is another recruit from Lan-
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Sheppard, Cambridge University
opening bat.

He scored 148 runs in the Uni-
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County Cricket tournament open-
ed Wednesday.

Close of play scores: M.C.C, 318,
Yorkshire 54 for two; Gambridge
University 317, Leicestershire 51
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Carlton Defeat |
Everton In
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Carlton beat Everton yesterday |
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five—nil in their Football Knock-
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The game started with Carlton
defending the goal from the
southern end of the pitch. Im-
mediately after the kick off,
Haynes at inside right for Everton
gave a pass to Olton on the right
wing and this player ran down
and centred across the Carlton
area, but King anticipated and
caught the ball and cleared his
area. Shortly after Lucas kicked
the ball to Reece, the Everton
custodian, who made no mistake
in saving. The first corner of the
match was awarded to Everton,
but nothing came out of it, Both
sides with this half being five
minutes old, were pressing and
trying te draw first blood. A
melee ensued in the Carlton area
in which the Everton forwards
bundled together, but King who
was always on the alert got to



the ball and prevented Blades
from scoring.

Then Lucas at inside right after
receiving a pass from the Carlton
full back Porter ran down, but}
his kick was not accurate and|
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A minute after Lucas, finding
himself unmarked, ran down and |;
kicked in the first goal for Carlton. |
Half time found the seoré at one-
nil in favour of Carlton.

On the resumption Everton went |
on the offensive, but it was ap- |
parent that their defence was
gradually weakening.

A drizzle just before the re-
sumption of the second half was
net welcome, for both sides were
finding difficulty in controlling the
wet ball. Then about three min-
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after the second goal, Warren cut
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The score was now four nil ana
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more goals, but despite their
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hole in the defence and ran
through and scored his third goal
and Carlton had five goals in on
Everton.

The game ended with the score
at five-nil.

The teams were: Carlton—King,
Kennedy, Porter, Marshall, K.
Hutchinson, Clairmonte, C. Wil-
liams, G. Hutchinson, Lucas and |
Warren.

Evdrton—Reece, Weekes, Simp-
son, Harewood, Daniel, Hall,
Holder, Sealy, Blades, Haynes and
Olton.

The Referee was Mr. E. Amory.

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B’dos Workers Union Celebrate Ma

Strong Trade Unions — . ada. iiial
Must Precede West a nse |

Indies Federation

WHEN TRADE UNIONISM is firmly established in
every island of the West Indies; when Trade Union lead-
ers turn their attention to politics and become the leaders
of the Governments, then is the time to implement Fed-
eration, Mr. G. H, Adams, President of the Barbados
Workers’ Union, told a large crowd who attended the big
Labour Rally for May Day Celebrations at the Empire
Grounds last night.

“I do not believe we should come together to be run by
a United Chamber of Commerce,” he said and added that
the presence of the visiting Trade Unionists was a ste
towards Stronger Trade Unionism in the West Indies an
Federation as the working man would have it.

The May Day celebration consisted chiefly of a big
demonstration by members of the Barbados Workers’ Union
who ed from the Union Headquarters carrying slo-
ee and beating drums as they sang : “Onward Christian

diers.” A big crowd followed members of the Labour
arty iy went steed the ane Bridge, down Broad
treet and across Baxters on their way to the ire
Cricket grounds. eee

No Laughing Matter

_ The drums, the singing and the bannefs all tended
to stir one, especially as it seemed a solemn business and
no laughing matter.

Some of the slogans were, “Federation”, “Self Gov-
ernment ,, ‘Free Emigration”, “West Indian Workers Unite
or Perish”, “Maude Bill Must Pass; Vestry System Must
Go” and “Workers Everywhere Want Bread and Justice.”

Then at the public meeting at Empire, the President
of the Union and Leader of the House of Assembly, stressed
the need for unity and enjoined the people not to take the
attitude that somewhat had been achieved and they could
lie back, but they must continue the fight as though it were
in the first days
‘ At this meeting too, Mr. “Sleepy” Smith who was
just admitted to practise at the local Bar, said he was tak-
ing the opportunity to dedicate himself to the cause of the
working class. He said, “I shall follow leadership, though
not blindly, and especially when I know there is sincerity.”

He said, “The chance of addressing you this after-
noon is for me a poor consolation for having missed the
General Elections in December.”

Mr. Adams said, “Most countries to-day are celebra-
ting Labour Day. some countries which never used
to celebrate it now celebrate it, To-day in Britain, in
France, in most continental couritries and most countries

of the world there have been essi
hd a public haloes” processions and celebrations

A Public Holiday ?

_. “I think I can promise you—that this Government
will promise you—that next May 1 will be a public holiday.
I think that we in Barbados have reached such a re of
recognition that we ought to fall in line and celebrate ay
Day continuously. This is the first time we have done it
and I feel Sure you all will feel we should do it every year.”

He said that one thing against it was that it came in
the middle of the crop ahd it would disrupt the factory
system, but if capitalists ceased making money on one day,
he did not think it would hurt them very much.

I will endeavour to keep politics as much as possible*
out of this,” he said, “but I will say this, that I am one of
those people who believes that as far as colonial territories
= th ae: a o “<< io the West Indies are concern-

, It is impossible to dissociate the workin -
ment from the ‘Labour movement.” Set

He said that at a Trade Union Conference in Great
Britain, members of the Labour Party attended. Mr.
Attlee was not a Trade Unionist, but he was always there.
When Sir Stafford Cripps was alive, he was always there
to help the Trade Unions with a great speech and the

natural enthusiasm that the Lab
Bing about abour Party could and did



Electric Company
Head In Barbados

_ CAPT. W. ANTHONY BROWN, Chairman of th
Directorate of the Barbados Electric Company, sale
from England recently as a result of public criticism of
the Sie Gee a by his company.

_ the Chamber of Commerce recently suggested that

owing to bye difficulties experienced and the limit put diioeh
rial expansion, a member of t i

cis woe t of the directorate should

Capt. Brown has come; and

after investigating conditions for

himself, granteg an interview to
the Advocate yesterday.

which I can show to them are
impeding the Company in raising
fresh capital.”

“I much regret the inconveni-
ence which has been caused to the
Public by the shortage of Power,
but I trust that we



















It must be understood,
however, that

Shortage of electrical Plant all

it is impossible
s in obtaining and
additional machinery.

ompany have added dur-
ing the last few years consider-
ably to the capacity of the Power
Station,
eet installed have given a great

to put
- I have no doubt
they will succeed in doing this
before long.”

Capt. ANTHONY BROWN

“I have come to Barbados for, 1.






From Our Own Correspondent
GRENADA, May 1. |
MAY DAY was observed here today both by the

Manual and Mental Workers Union and the Seamen’.

Waterfront Workers’ branch, rival Grenada workers

unions, in Deparate festivities.

Some 2,000 MMWU members’ Regrettab!
staged a procession headed@ by the a man stabi another and tho}
Hon. E, M. Gairy who wore his victim was admitted to the hos-|
red cape of the strike period over pital where tonight his condition |
his cream tropicals and supported was reported favourable. Seveta' |
by the Hons. R. C, T. Moore, F. prominent citizens also addresse
Carlisle Noel, Joseph Gibbs and the Seamen’s meeting. |
R. K. Douglas, thé first three later st |
addressing the assemblage in the MAY DAY DEMONSTRATION |

| Observe May Day
|

duting the mee

Market Square together with Right: A section of the crowd of
;Hon, T. A. Marryshow who said the Barbados Workers’ Union May

Day demonstratars as they mayeh-
he was not apologising for answer~ ed along Baxters. Road on thet:



the absence of the Admainistrator | Rat eht by the Chin at Hpi

the absence of the Administrator Caeker Diab Grounds. the Union-

and Hon. J. B, Renwick whom he}! dete “Onward — Christian
!

understood were invited. Salve nas hey nerehed to the

Gairy in the course of his drum and trumpet mosic ;
address heaped criticism on those, bk a dea cs.
members of the Legislature who! r. Prank Waleolt, the Union
voted for Hon. H. A. poretary 4 une f Alseussing @

jon matter, -

member of the Executive Com-
mittee instead of Hon. F. C. Noel!
and erally emptied phials of! |
vitriol on various individuals who
he held and were not associated
with the MMWU.

The Seamen’s demonstration
with only some 200 on the march
was jeered as it passed Market
Square where the M.M.W.U. as-
sembly awaited” Gairy’s arrival,
hn it was orderly and unperturb-

Silver Medallist
Wins Scholarship

PORT-OF-SPAIN, April 30.

Sister Laurel Rowe, Jamaican-
born nurse of the Masson Tuber-
culosis Sanatorium here has been
awarded a scholarship for anti-
tuberculosis work.
It is a belated birthday gift as
it comes 15 days after her birth-
|day. The scholarship covers six
eee an - the U.K. Rowe

a silve allist from Kingsto
Public Hospital. « - sad a ’

—OP, 2

| HOPE OF
AIRCRAFT STILL GREAT

Ist Secretary
Of Coleridge
School

Mr. H. O. Husbands, Reporter F
of the staff of the Barbados|°! the kind reported missing wa:
Advocate, has been appointed to| Pound for New York from Bueno
the newly created office of Sec-| Aires via Trinidad, The seareh was
retary of the Coleridge Parry resumed at 4 a.m. to-day.
School.

McKie as &

Left and right of Mr. A % |
are Trade Uniomists from bey |
West Indian islands, a,









PORT-OF-SPAIN, April 30.
HOPE HAS NOT BEEN GIVEN up that the aircraft |
will be found with those aboard alive, John E. Probst,
senior representative of P.A.A. here said to-day. He added
“hope will stay with us for some time unless we receive
definite informaticn of the disaster. There’s always the
possibility that the plane may have put down on a remote
beach in a river or found some jungle clearing where
assengers and crew are awaiting rescue.”
he Stratocruiser the first plane —-

Fuel Store Wanes

} / Vi 1. . ‘ +

United States Airforce B29 su-} As Strike Goes On
perfortresses, Brazilian Airforce!
bombers, Pan-American passen-| Gag and oil supplies dwindled
ger planes and other aircraft tak-| 95 the Induutry-wide strike of
ing part in the search also fanned 99,000 oi] workers went into its
out over the dense steaming jun-| second day with only a glimmer
gle and mountains stretching far) of hope for settlement,

to the west and north. }

| Negotiators resumed their efforts
Search officials refused to give! to bring union demands and com-

DENVER, Colorado, May 1.

; administration is |
preparing to open a two front le-

|
}
|
|



Jap Reds Smash Cars In
Anti-U.S. May Day Riots

TOKYO, May |
THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND Communist demon-
strators celebrated May Day with a riot in the heart of
downtown Tokyo injuring scores of North Americans,
burning United States-owned autos and shattering windows
in the United States Far East Airforce Headquarters. One
policeman was killed and 30 others injured. One rioter
was killed, two reported killed and an estimated 300 rioters
were injured,
” Another Communist riot also
roke out in Kyoto where Red flag-
aving demonstrators fought for

T ‘ks
ruman See Ss hree hours with the police, Fifty-
ti St ik ene police and an re num-
An a » r of rioters were injured and

I ri € 7 rioters arrested,
j . In Tokyo, demonstrators over-
nj unclion ;‘urned ten United. States autos and
urned them by hurling gasoline
filled “Molotov cocktail” torches
ind bottles,

The autos were parked along the
imperial Palace within a hundred

WASHINGTON, May 1

The Truman

gal battle with steel labour and |

|management in an effort to uphold | °et. of General Ridgway’s head-
| Federal |

quarters, Several other autos were
| halted on the main road and over-
turned, The windows of at least
10 American autos were smashed,

seizure of the industry
and to end the nationwide strike

Justice Department officials said
they would seek a court
swike injunction against C.I.O.
steelworkers unless union Presi- |
dent Philip Murray — voluntarily |
ordered 650,000 members to re- even newsmen suffered minor in-

‘urn to work, . | juries when they were engaged in
Secretary of Commerce Charles |






Many Injured
Scores of Americans including

iret : \ burst of club-wielding against
‘wyer, nominal boss of the seiz-| ,olice. United States Airforce
stee ants sed n “state. san
ed steel plants promi ied a “state-/ Dolicemen armed with bayonets,
ment on the situation” at fr

# news| \arbines and riot clubs cordoned

Labour circles expressed doubt off airport headquarters across
that Murray would bow to any-| "om the Imperial Palace but Reds
thing less than a Court order to | 2toke the windows in before being
end the walkout. Murray who|tiven off, United States H.Q, or-
postponed the steel strike five | dered all employees confined to
times at Truman's yvequest had a | downtown office buildings until
terse “no comment” for inquiries dusk
ibout restoring production, The demonstrators threw rotten

Motor industry sources predict-| eggs at military cars sent to take
ed that automobile production | American women employees
would come to a virtual halt with- | their billets —U-P.
in three weeks if the strike lasted | |\|————
that long, |

conference at 11 a.m, E.S.T







Effects of the shut-down which
spread like a prairie fire through-

000 working in the steel company




















with the present

but unfortunately the












MR. H. O. HUSBANDS

The appointment was made at
a meeting of the Governing Body
on Wednesday.

Mr. Husbands is 23, After
leaving the Speightstown Boys’
Schoo| he went to the Coleridge
School where he took the School
Certificate “and afterwards the
London Matriculation.

He joined the staff of the
Advocate in 1947 and _ besides
other duties, he was mainly re-
sponsible for news aasvenn? on
the waterfront. He recently re-
turned from British Guiana where
he investigated the intercolonial
schooner trade between George-
town and Bridgetown.



At a meeting of the Barbados

on the subject “Samuel Jackman

escod, Journalist, Législator
Susperided Sentence and Jydge.”
, May 1 Mr. Hoyos first deait with

Prescod’s career as a journalist
on the New Times and as editor-
proprietor of the Liberal. He re-
ferred to his successful efforts to
jestablish the Assistant Court of

the expressed purpose of trying to |pavcheck even after his wife Appeal and ‘to his work in th«

help in ending the deadlock which
has arisen over the Public Util-|she entertained her lover:
ities Bill”, he said, “I have no |
doubt that the Government will \ed—berore shooting his

; : wife.
be prepared to adjust any points

—U.P.

made him sleep in the stable while i House of Assembly
2. ‘Shot at the lover—but miss- iJudge yf

The lectur-
er also dwelt on hi
the Court «
ja time when it was ni
‘that tribunal] shoulg win



However

Samuel Jackiman Pre

up hope that at least some of the
fifty persons aboard the four-|
engined airliner survived what
must have been either a crash or
an emergency landing attempt
one official said he}
doubted there would be any sur-!
vivors.
The stratocruiser carried emer
gency food rations sufficient fo
75 persons, fishing kits, signal mir-
ror, flares, a survival book, com-}
pass and matches. }
A thunderstorm interrupted the
search late yesterday but it was,
resumed afterward, Night flyers
thought the plane’s occupants
might fire flares or start a camp-~
fire—C.P. & U.P. i

Four Found A.drift

PORT-OF-SPAIN, April 30.
Four coloured boys ages rang-!
ing from 14 to 16, named Amani
Rodriques, Antonio L o p e z,}
Alberte Medina and Manuel Cor-
onel were found in a@ small mast- |
less lifeboat off the eastern side
of the island this morning by}
fishermen. They had suitcases
of food; fresh water and 800
dollars. The boys said that they
are from St. Vincent and wer:
on a ship two months and six
days and were put off last night.

—C.P.



{port and confidence not ¢

of









| demands

eda fi

pany offers closer together but the
feelings of union officials were
summed up by a Denver repre-
sentative who said: “we are not
optimistic.” Thousands of oil work-
ers walked off the job in refineries
throughout much of the United
States yesterday to support the
of the coalition of two
unions for higher wages and shift
differentials.—-U.P.





of those

tices affecting almost 6,000 em-
ployees were being posted anc
“probably will be gerierally in ef
\fect in about four days.”

Small steel users who depenc
upon day to day deliveries of stee
jsald they would be forced to su
jpend operations



out the steel industry already were |
felt in other industries, About 24,-

in one, two oF



Farnum For

Finland Fund More Independence |

The response to the Farnum
for Finland fund so far has not
been encouraging.

Have you yet done your bit
to defray the expenses of ace
cyclist Ken Farnum to the
Olympic games in Helsinki
next July?

If you have not, send your
donation to -day to Barclay’s
Bank, the Royal Bank of
Canada, or the office of the
Barbados Advocate.
Goal -.» $2,880.00
Amt, prev. Ack. ... $ 709.68
Redman & Taylor's

Garage 1s dale ost

Tota}





a

scod—His Life

Press Club on Wednesday eve- the masses but of all classes: in
ning last, Mr. F. A. Hoyos spoke | the Island.





ly | Those taking part in the dis- | WASHINGTON. May 1.
cussion were: Messrs. F L. Wal-| president Truman said on Thurs
cott, M.C.P., Me B, Vaughan, |dey General Dwight Eisenhower

\ {M.C.P., I. Carmichael, V. T. Me- i wio hopes to replace him in the
| Chairman of the meeting was|Comie, R. A. McKenzie, E. Year-| white House next January is a
|Mr. R. G. Mapp, M.C.P., who in-| wood, O. S. Coppin and Mrs. M.ifine a man as ever walked, He als
\troduced the lecturer, and at tt e | Thorne. 1id at the Weekly News Confer-
jconclusion of the lecture invited} ence that the retiring Atlanti
jquestions from the audience. A| A vote of thanks to the lecturer | p; enmmanit in perfect]
ivery lively discussion follow: "i was moved by Mr. R. A. McKen-) health He derided reports that}
jBuch points as Prescod’s early \iff,|zie and seconded by Mr. J. M.| Kisenhower is a k man, saying}
conditions in Barbados at ‘h« -| Hewitt. The vote of thanks wasithet the General just getting |
ginning of the nineteenth cent »}Supported by Mr, John McKenzie, |} first taste of what happens]
|}the secret of his power of le -ja direct descendant of Prestod/|to residential contend He}
1 |Ship, his relation to Sir Cc {land Vin Rinibt wtotint a
t | Reeve wr t € of h
th displayed for the benefit of
le audience U.P

three days.

U.P



THE HAGUE, Netherlands,

\
tiines were furloughed and thou-
sands more are prepared to join
them

One railroad said furlough no-
|
|

May |. |

The Dutch West Indies wil

have a large degree of indepen |
lence under an agreement reache
here Wednesday, The conferenc

ARARA

W.
W.v
. W. V. Superior



started April 3 between Hollanc
i

ind its West Indian territories |
Surinam (Dutch Guiana) and the
oil refining Antilles consistins
of the Leeward islands(Curacao
jand Windward islands.
| Under the formula the Nether
lands retains responsibility fo
| West Indian defence, foreigy
\affairs and navigation regulations |
| Agreement was reached on tech-}
nical detail for a Dutch Council |
yf Ministers to regulate territorial
| affairs. —UP.





TRUMAN PRAISES |
EISENHOWER





y Day

“Cominane
Approve
Health Bill

LONDON, May 1.

The House of Commons gave
final approval Thursday night to
the Conservative sponsored health
bill designed to charge Britons
for certain health services they are
row receiving free. The vote on
the Bill which had posed a serious
hreat.to the Churchill Government
was 284 to 266.

It is the first major piece of
legislation to be put through the
Commons by Conservatives since
they came to power last October.
Conservative members managed to
push the bill through only by im-
posing strict “guillotine” time lim-
it on debate, The measure now
goes to the House of Lords,

Main charges to be imposéd on

patients under the new bill are
one shilling for prescriptions,
charges of up to £1 for dental

treatment and charges of roughly
half the cost for such appliances
tee surgical boots, surgical abdom-
inal supports, elastic stockings and
wigs which will now cost £2 ‘

Steel Exports
Embargoed

(By HARRY W. FRANTZ)

WASHINGTON, May 1.

Steel trade experts said that
United States steel strike, if long
ontinued, would have worldwide
epercussions on international
rade because the United States
las been exporting and importing
ron and steel products on a large
cale,

lhe first government step aftet
he steel strike started’ Tuesday
vas the National Production Au-
hority announcement of an imme> —
tiate embargo on shipments of
‘teel to exporters and manufac-
urers of consumer durable goods
o preserve existing supplies for
lefence

The extent to which the inter-
ational iron and steel trade will
be affected will depend onthe
juration of the strike, but experts
believed that the steel export em-
»argo would be modified as soon
is conditions permit.

Acting Attorney General Philip
B. Perlman disclosed meanwhile
that he will appeal to the Supreme
Court to reverse the ruling by
Federal Judge David A. Pine that
lruman had no constitutional pow-
er to seize the steel mills.



ttt

The industry remained techni-
cally under government. control
because of an order issued by the
nine Judge U.S. Court of s
uddenly convened for the hearing
yesterday. The Appellate C

decided five to four to he ne’s
ruling in abeyance “ consti-
tutional questiens can be finally

settled by thie Supreme Court, Un-
der terms of the “stay” granted
by the Appeals Court Government
was given until 3.2 ns E.5.T.
tomorrow to Appeal Pine’s ruling

to] to the Supreme Court.

aL.
The choice of thore

—

who
ality, and

who employ

A rare combination

K. W. V.

“THE LABEL WITH THE KEY"
Wines, Brandies and Liqueurs

realised in

TAWNY

K. W. V. Coronation Wine
K.W.V. Old Brown Sherry
K. W. V. Amontillado Sherry
| K. W. V. Old Oloroso Sherry
.W.V. Sweet Vermouth.
V. Dry Vermouth
. VAN DER HUM LIQUEUR

“Key’’ Brandy
FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1952

ee

PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE






























































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a upert and the Toy Scout—17 \, AZ A HEAT ‘
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Tr DEVILLE. Bishoo of Bar ¥ PEADY FOR THE WEDDING MAPCH week's visit to Barbados, He was) ci em mb ae oe 4 Continviosg Dally ‘Geer Mu
dos ief yeat wy afternos , s staying at Cacrabank Hotei t & Centinaing Potty out Rae wary, TOWER
the Eiders and Fyffes SS. Gelfite aera os rr ae Mr. Richardson who was heme 5 46 + oe oe LANCASTER DeCARLOM -.. westety Valli &
dan thins i seen ep about the same time lagt year Ra: } _— er Dan DERYEA in TARZAN Saat:
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as . é‘ the imterest of his firm. He { “SONS OF THE |ICRISS CROSS eget ee |
ie ‘ ii - ——. ple Attraction }
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wet sore Clergy for the is ing Central 7 gud Cube... The goup of friends we Samra Claus i coming 1 our P ‘Ridin’ the Outlaw T Tex WILLIAMS & x
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day on the 3.5. Golfite frora
Trinidad were Mr. and Mrs, tiruce
Sméllie and their farniiy
Mr, Srrietlie who is Manager of
the Park Street Branch of Bar
Clays Bonk in Port-of-Spain
on lorie leave

Trinidad C.J,











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used to be at Government! . * i
House, Se to England yes-| B.B.C. Radio 2. }
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SiR CROTL and Lady ¥ Miss Ridler was one of the im- a Saves, 435 pan iver Meeston tary of British West ee @ / \
Hit J th transit passengers on the ship from: | 2" Dave Kaye, as Bed my wie Association, He and his wife ar f

i Swith were among Ve ; oa & 4 Braden, 566 om Recing, 5.14 pm Ei wd in mid-February

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to England by the 5.8. Gotfite, ri ae : Revels. 6.48 p.m. Sports Round-Up and recently they have not exactly| a

Sir Cecil who is Chief Justice . LEWIS REID who has 4a! Programme Parate 7160 pm. The News. 9. ed themselves. First they

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SOAKING UP A LITTLE SUN, Dandieacer Xavier Cugat and singer Abbe Tuesday evening by BW.LA. after; 7.15 p.m. West ees Pie, TS Bm.
Lane take » few hours off trom musical chores fn Sar Antonio, Tex. spending a morth’s holiday. He Som# and Dance. #15 p.m. Radio Mews





they went down with German)

measles. However I arm pleased|}

Mr. 4. le Mattieu-Perez, Attor
ney Général
Unt! Mr. Mathiew-Perez ’





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Cagat's divorce trom Lorraine Cugat became fine’ recently and he 85 accompanied by his wite and |! Miiside 238 p mm. From Phe Editorials, about again. They do not plan to|
surrieés duty later in the year H ‘ le ‘ “i t ‘ a three children and they were|s0 pm Ring Up The Curtain. 16.0 leave England til May 14th}
, Le pians to wed Miss Lane in Miarni on May 5, It will be the rumba king's staying at Cacrabank Hotel lpm The News, 16.10 p.m. News Talk, — 7 they will sail to New York}
Honeur Mr, K, Vincent Browr thitd marriage and the first for his fiancee. Unternational Soundphoto) : : 618 pm, The Debate Continues, 16.29 When they will sail to Ne
First Puisne Judge will act a P.M.O. St. James lpm From The Third Programme on the Queen Mary.
Chief Justice Re Esker ed |
: Corgratulations On Long Leave BR. A. A. GIBBONS, P.M.O.|
Iintransit YONGRATULATIONS to Sir ISS ELEANOR NURSE, 8.A., of St. James, returned from|
NTRANSIT passengers trom \4 ley Walton who recently has been appointed to act as St Vincent yesterday morning]

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Trinidad to England by the celebrated her sixteenth birthday. Deputy Headmistress of Queen's °Y B.G. Airways after an absence |

Golfite were Mr. and Mrs, G. A gay lite party to celebrate the College during the absence of % 'o weeks. '
Dewhurst and Mr. and Mrs, C, event was held at “Fontamara,” Mrs. Grace Adams who recently On Holiday
Hope Ross. Maxwell's, where Shirley spent a left Barbados for the United ADAME P. de Peu frorn Rio}

Passengers for Barbados by the Month's holiday with her father Kingdom where she will sperid jeé Janeiro is now spending |

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and Mrs, F. Bayley and daughter, Walton and her brothers, Patrick, While in England Mrs. Adams at Caerabank Hotel before leaving |
Mr. atid Mrs. O. De Boehrmler. Deriip and Robert will visit her son Tor, one of for Trinidad to take steamship}
Mr. and Mrs. J. Doeritig and Mr g ‘ ‘ the 1950 Barbados Scholars who Spportunity to the U.S.A.
and Mrs. T. McCartney ; pecial Meeting is doing Modern Greats at Mag- Agricultural Officer
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wife of the Director Gerteral . Ricctednes ae ar h McConnie of St. Vincent. They ’
of Civil Aviation In the Corin, *nd Secretary Miss Gloria Selby, din, BSc. wil! act for her. arrived yesterday morning by POP lost his MOM lest her JRENCE WILKES and ORCHESTRA
i : by Will be held at St. Patrick's Schoo} : ‘ BG. Airways and are staying at vice- presidency peace of mind! Also LAWRE!
” an aren, lett "7 terday bY rene Jemmott’s Lane, to-day Returning This Year Cacrabank Hotel, Cee | { }
man 1 ee : fan visit to At (Â¥riday) at 6 pin. The purpose R. NEVILLE SCHULER, O.D., Mr. McConnie is the Officer in os th 9 ARERR OST RLERITRRINopvenscocovedeReees
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; 4 of the meeting will be to hear D.Sc., Optometrist of Brit- charge of Carden Park Ex -
Film Show at B.C, Mr. F, A. Hoyos, M.A., “Seniot ish Guiana arrived in the colony ment Station. He was oe tal
Burin NEWS For Seme History Master of the Lodge earlier this week by the R.M.S. Barbados in December when he|
Must Watch” (a filrn atiout School, speak on the subject Lady Rodney and left for Trini- attended at Hastings House, the
Life Ineurance) snd “Charlie at “John Pope ~ Hernessy, Catholic daa by B.W.1. Airways on Wed- Conference of Agriculture Offi-
Work” are included in the pro- Governor and Social Reformer.” nesday night. cers of the Caribbean area.
grarime of films to be shown at | Mernbers of the Sword of the Dr, Schuler who is on a short Mrs, McConnie has also visited
the British Council to-night at Spirit and their friends are cor- holiday in the West Indie: is ac- the island before. This is her

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saTuRDAY GLOBE SATURDAY

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44 “ ‘ He expects to return to Barbados Retired Compan Director JOE CLEMENDORE
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ISS NORMA MciN TOSH of HROUGH the courtesy of the ¥& tired Company Director from LOLITA (Samba Ace) — KURABELLA
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las been in the Colony for two 4... : a seal i " ‘ . , returned to Englan . ; ‘i ; BOX 60c.
5 Pai a ", tive the following films will be ETURNING from St. Vincent Mrs. yer, ret i x PIT 24c; HOUSE 36c; BALCONY 48c;
weeks pouday left | for Trinidad shown. at the monthly reunion of R yesterday morning by B.G; Yesterday evening by the Golfito
lee eg LA. (0 spend the Combermere School Old Boys’ Aitways was Desmonk Layne, ¢ Siler spending the winter in Bar. LOCC CC CECB ECCS SESS CEES LEGON
a aes g hyenbaoggg mr Association tonight at 8.00 o'clock. student of Lodge School who Yados. Geociandbieendtailicaaauaesinictaenttcaaementenenariaiannaniaanancaiaiadiaaemmaneimmememneann
+ a Cle ? Messrs, porn ~ 1 British News, ‘at ‘ { 4
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George's, While here she was 3 Children growing wp with Desrnond is the son of Mr, HE modern girl wears so much
staying At Silver Beach Guest other people. Claude Layne, proprietor of the puliding she doesn’t undress,
House, i 4. Charlie Shanghaied.

Blue Caribbean Hotel and a Direc- she unpacks, :
tor° of United Traders Ltd., and —Singer Sara Vaughan.
Mrs, Layne of Kingstown. —L.E.S.

What General Tin Told Knorf |READERS’ RECIPES Which Type

Readers of the Advocate are ‘
~All Animals Have Diflere invited to send in their own Are You?
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recipes for publication,
“NOW take tails,’ Mr, Punch | lhe en hay ans
was saying to Knarf and Hanid,

1 . 5
ourite recipe but hag never 1s It The Romantic Type?

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; thought of passing it on to her The Romantic is truly feminine. 4 T i 7
the shadow-children with the neighbour. She is the soft appealing type—
turned-about names, If this is done the exchang- the one who makes men aware

Knarf and Hanid looked at Mr
Punch with puzzled expressions
“Tails?” said Knarf. “What kind |
of tails?”

“All kinds, my hoy, all kinds of
tails. I don't suppose you've ever
Tracht about how many different
kinds trexe are, Vor instance there's
the cat's tif which is done and

es will enable others to build that here is the kind of woman Be
up a good collection to the who needs male protection, pre- a a
benefit of the family. ferably his, and she receives it STARRING

Send in yours today wihether her age be six or sixty.
General Characteristics Ronald Charles Ruth Edmund

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THE WOMEN'S EDITOR Clinging Vine, Sweet, unselfish.
Bone Structure: Soft, willowy, REAGAN ° COBURN . HUSS ° °
CROSSWORD rounded lines. Small hands and

feet. Dreamy, sensitive face.

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curly, And there’® vad “pig's tail, |
which is short and eurly. And
there's the rabbit's tail, which is

nothing but a stump, And there's
the squirrel's tail, which is furry,
and the turtles tail, which is spiky,
And there's the earthworm, whose
tail begins whete his head ends.”

Krarf and Hanid instantly ex.
claimed that they hadn't ever real-
ined there were so many different
kinds of tails,

“Indeed it has, my dear, It's like
a whip with a pompom at the end
of it.”
Long Brush
“The horse's tail is like a long



The lion has a funny sort of tail

“Why?” asked Hanid,
“Peacock tails are just for show,

the peacock is more proud of his
tail than he is of anything else, He
atruts around, showing it off like a
fan to all the lady-peacocks, ov pea
hens. So does the turkey, and go
does the rooster,”

sketoh, (6)

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toned,

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lingerie touches; indefinite colours,
neutral,

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weight, Crepes, chiffons, voile, soft
satin, jersey, flanned, lace, net.

Lines: Soft, dressmaker details,
Drapes, berthas, tucks.

Extras

Trimming: Laces, lingerie
touc frills, flounces.

Jewellery: Pearls, cameos, an-
tique but delicate.

Perfume: Floral blends.

Accessories: Pretty.

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tail,” said Hanid,
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brush,” said Knarf, “Mr, Punch,” eaid Knerf; “ave i spared, (3 NEXT TO SINGERS Rot) Bae
“Bxactly, And the horse uses his| there any flies underwater?” P rete fay Naga pea ecrate C8) veils, . > ith . Produced by Sree
tail like a brush, too, He swishes| “No,” said Mr, Puneh, i eae ware ck tin | dnees: Cokie wikn ortate buc- ] RAYMOND MASSEY - KIERON MOORE = DARRYL F. ZANUCK » HENRY KING
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could he get a fly off hie back? | tail for?” 7 ite @ want, (ar Poe eae Snany senate E d f SALE :
We're lucky. We have hands. We Flips His Tail ad: Wiener ea ie (5) er, beaded, m ing o Pte: PAYED & RATUAIED D9 Reaenewe RenIr ew
can slap a fly. But the horse—and “For swimming. He flips his tai) 2. Jury, (6) ua PSOSOOSBCCOLOCSPSSESSSO, 1.30, 5.00 & 8.30 p.m.
aly thete toe ey Animals have jand away he goes, The whale has | °° from asec tay) tom Seek* |B es A wy SUNDAY SPECIAL 5.00 P.M. MATINEE
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___. FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1952
SSSR garrmpenaaeNaA me

Stalin Reviews Soviet

Might From

Lenin’s Tomb

MOSCOW, May 1.

STALIN REVIEWED Russia’s military and air might
at a May Day parade dedicated to preparedness against
so-called Anglo-American “Imperialist Aggressors”,

Stalin standing
Lenin’s
arm the cheers of
Red Square.

It was Stalin’s first public ap-
pearance since the meeting of Rus-
sia’s Supreme Soviet (Parliament)
last March, He wore a cream col-
oured Marshal’s summer uniform.
Diplomats remarked on the
Springiness of his step as he
mounted to the parapet of mauso-
leum.

During the long marchpast of
troops Stalin stood rigid watching
troops and civilians carrying Com-
munist banners with the names
and portraits of famous Commun-
ists the world over. These included
Communist Party Chairman Wil-
liam Z. Foster,

Most of the Western Diplomatic
colony gathered at the United
States Embassy opposite Red
Square to watch the spectacle.
Afterwards they compared notes
and lunched together,

A military review was the high-
light of the day.

Planes Roared Overhead

While cracx military units
marched in review below, several
hundred aircraft roared in forma-
tion overhead in an impressive
demonstration commanded by
Stalin’s son Lieut, Genera] Vassily
Stalin, Commander of the Moscow
Airforee Garrison. MIG 15 jet
fighters, twin jet aircraft, Tupolev
four-engined bombers and other
prize models of the Soviet Airforce
flashed by almost darkening the
sky.
However western military ob-
servers said they doubted the
aerial parade included Russia’s
latest MIG Ilyusin and Tupolev
models which won the Stalin
prizes for 1951 for their designers,

Russia’s newest: aircraft usually
are unveiled at the Annual Air
Show at Tushino Airport in mid-
Summer.

Foot soldiers led off ground units
in the hour-long march past the
Mausoleum. Then came the Soviet
army’s giant tanks, seige guns,
rocket launchers and anti-aircraft
guns in impressive array,

The parade ended with cavalry
galloping through the square to thle
cadence of two military bands
some 400 strong.

with other Politburo members atop
tomb acknowledged with vigorous waving of his
some 100,000 spectators packed into the

Rubber In The
Caribbean

WASHINGTON.

Natural rubber can now be
successfully produced in the
Caribbean as a result of the work
carried out in Costa Rica by a
group of US. botanists, it is
claimed by the U.S. Department
of Agriculture in Washington.

Previously, even in the most
favourable conditions attainable
in the ee more than half of
the young rubber trees were lost
when transplanted. By the new
process, known as the “Three
Componant” method, shoots can
be transplanted in even the dry-
est weather, with the loss of only
about 15 per cent. of the saplings.

It was explained that the secret
of the process lay in a special
paper wrapping bound round the
young trees. It was added that
the process itself has been under
development for about nine years.

—B.U.P.



CYCLIST TREATED
FOR CUTS AFTER FALL

Shortly after 1.15 p.m. yester-
day Leslie Carrington of March-
field, St JPhilip, was treated at
the General Hospital for cuts he
sustained on his left hand and
forehead when he fell from his
bicycle which he was riding along
Government Hill, St. Michael.

Carrington told the Police that
while trying to avoid a collision
with a man he lost control of the
bike and fell.

__—_ eee

The entire diplomatic corps was
represented in a special section
flanking the square. Those present
included. United States Charge
D' Affaires Hugh Cumming-Jr., and
British Ambassador Sir Alvary
Gascoigne.

—U-P.



~ $OLDIERS SURVIVE A-BOMB BLAST:



AIRBORNE TROOPS acivance into the blast area rt Yucca Flats, Nev.,

shortly after an atomic bomb, the
been dropped by a 2-50 bomber,
Harry P. Storke, keeps a watehful
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Choosing a refrigerator needs care-

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id. Some 2,100 ground and airborne troo
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largest ever set off in the U.S., had
Army exercise director, Brig. Gen,
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE
HOSTAGE AND BEATEN CONVICT FREED BY REBELS

BLOOD SMEARS THE FACE of Elisworth Roberts (left), one of two conwigts beaten and slashed by fellow
prisoners when they tried to get a letter from their barricaded cellblock to the warden at the Southers
Michigan Prison in Jackson, At right, one cf the 11 hostages being held by the mutineers, guard Thomas
Elliott (second from left), 25, chats with Earl Ward (right), 27, one of the convicts’ leaders, before being
released. Elliott was freed in exchange for the safe conduct of two convitts who appealed to the other
inmates to return to their routine chores while the original insurgents continued strike, (International)



L.B.S. Give
£20 To UCWI

The Loyal Brothers of the Stars,
a local society whose Founder-
President is Mr. Charles Morris
of Sobers Lane, can be called the
pono of a trust fund for Bar-

adian students at the University
College of the West Indies.

Of the proceeds of their annual
carnival, they have made_a gift
of £20 to the University College
for the benefit of any destitute
Barbadian student who needs
financial aid,

Mr, H. W. Springer, Registrar of
the University College, has written
the society saying “the University
College gratefully accepts this
generous offer. The College au-
thorities think it very desirable
that a fund should exist for stu-
dents who are in need of financial
help, and if the society will agree,
this gift will be made the nucleus

of a Trust Fund for Barbadian
Students.”
Another Gift

He also informed them __ that
Sir Brian Freeston, formerly a
Governor of the Leeward Islands,
made a gift to be used for needy
students from that colony.

The society, which was started
24 years ago, held their first carni-
val in 1949. They held the carnival
because they wanted to add to
the celebrations of the King’s
Birthday in Barbados.

But they found since that they
could offer scholarships. They
now have one tenable at Comber-
mere and one at St.
Girls’ School,

Reports from Combermere
School and St. Michael’s Girls’
School show that the scholarship
holders are taking good advantage
ot their opportunities,

Major Noot, Headmaster of
Combermere, said in his report
that the scholarships have been
of outstanding value, The scholar-
ships covered fees, textbooks and
stationery, and daily meals from
the school, Each scholarship is only
for two years and it is given to
children during their last two years
at school, i

Miss Norah Burton, Headmis-
tress of the St. Michael’s Girls’
School, reported of an exhibitioner
at her school; “she shows fair
progress on the whole.”

Fourth Carnival

The Loyal Brothers of the Stars
are holding their fourth carnival
at Queen’s Park on Thursday,
June 5, and on Saturday, June
7. Among the attractions will be
édstume bands, advertising bands,

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Police Guards For
All Sauth Aifrican
Cabinet Ministers

CAPETOWN, April 30

All South African Cabinet Min-
isters now have a police guard
around their homes at night, it is
believed for the first time in the
history of the Union.

When General Smuts was Pre-
mier only he himself had a full-
time guard,

It is estimated that by this
evening about 250 extra police
officers and men will have arrived
in the town from various parts of
South Africa. Security continues
to surround their movements.

In the House of Assembly yes4
terday the Opposition asked why
extra police were being drafted
into Capetown, some carrying
rifles wrapped in blankets, Minis-
ter of Justice C. R. Swart said:
“You will have to accept my word
that from information I have re-
eeived it has been necessary to
transfer a number of police to
Capetown. What the information
is I am not prepared to state pub-
licly and if you are not prepared
fo take my word it is just too
bad."—U.P,

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Coastal Station





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Li dvise that they ean ngw con
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Den Hang, s.s._ Livadia, 5,5 Biue
Master, s.s. Geiruly, s.s. Harpalion, s.s.
Romana, s.s. Kirsten, 8.8. K, Bitten-
Court, 8.5. leon Sie Terouchiscues, 8.8
Estadiotis, s. 8S. Cerro, 8.4. Canadian
Cofiqueror, s.s, Rodas, 8.8. Marques “De
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6.s. &, Clara, 6.s, Cabo Del Agua, qs.

Merdgmoan, s Cogablanca, 6.8, Kaso
Fawley, s.s. San Ubalde, 6.8, Atlantic
Dutchess, #.s. Senator, s.8, Skeuvania,
3.8. Bhechus, s,s, Regent Panther, 8.9.
Rosa Rio, s.s. Lady Nelson, s,s. Wark-
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historical bands and the Mobile
Cinema only on June 7.

At its beginning, the Loyal
Brothers of the Stars had a mem-
bership of eight, To-day they have
120 members. It started in the
form of the ofgnt a oon.
sori a dinner twice a year a
the yg ol of the Founder-Presi-
dent, Their carnivals have been
successful,





2,150 Await
Atomic Blast

LAS VEGAS, Nevada, May 1

The 28th Atomic device to be
set off by United States scientisis
is scheduled to explode to-day in
mid air at Yucca Flat proving
grounds high above the heads of
nearly 2,150 curious but unafraid
marines huddled in foxholes on!)
7,000 yards away.

The blinding flash, the bdoiline
fireball and the familiar mushroom
cloud were expected between noon
and 1.00 p.m, EST weather permit-

test, the sixteenth nucleay
detonation at the Nevada test site
has been delayed two days by
rainy weather.

Atomic fireworks were to be the
signal for marines to dash out of
foxholes within seconds of the
burst and begin an assault upos
mythical “Yucca Island”.

—U.-P.



Flights Over Soviei
Zone Of Germany
Resumed

BERLIN, April 30

The Western Powers resumed
flights over the Soviet Zone o.
Germany between Berlin and the
West despite the Soviet fighter
plene attack on an Aif France air-
liner yesterday.

Aif France, Pan American Air-
ways, British European Airway:
and Allied armies flew all regu-
larly scheduled trips along the
three prescribed air - corridors
over the Soviet Zone, Commercial
flights were suspended temporar
ily yesterday after two Soviei
MIG jet fighters riddled a Berlit
bound Air France DC4 with bul-
lets and shell fragments wound-
ing two German passengers seri-
ously and a crew member slightly

Each side blamed the other for
the attack which Western officials
said Oceurred some 75 miles south-
west of Berlin in the Four Powe:
approved _Berlin-Frankfurt — air

corridor. U.P. bs



Court In Recess

WASHINGTON, April 30.
The Circuit Court of Appeals
considering Government's a’ pt
to regain control of the nation’s
strike-~bound, steel mills recessed
‘0 reach a decision on the thorny

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Friday, May 2, 1952

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General Ridgway

GENERAL RIDGWAY’S appointment as
Supreme Commander of the North Atlantic
Treaty Forces in succession to General
Eisenhower has been rightly applauded in
Europe and in North America.

It was right as some of the London daily |
newspapers stressed that the Supreme
Commander should be an American, since
the United States was bearing the greatest
part of the cost of Atlantic deferse. It was
right too as another British newspaper
pointed out that the Supreme Commander |
should be a good soldier rather than be a |
good diplomat.

But even though the lines of Atlantic de-
fence are now sufficiently known and
planned for General Ridgway to go full
steam ahead without needing to practise
the kind of diplomacy which must ofien
have been necessary for General Eisen-
hower, even in this field President Tru-
man’s choice for Supreme Commander
seems eminently qualified.

When General Ridgway went to Korea
at the end of 1950 conditions there were
not only unfavourable strategically. Re-
lations between American and. British
forces were not as good as they might have
been. One of General Ridgway's first
actions was to call correspondents together
and ask them to remember that British and |
American forces were doing:the same job. |

During the last war General Ridgway
served under British Commanders in
Europe and one of these has already public-
ly stated that General Ridgway was the
best corps commander to serve under him.

The choice of successor to General Eisen-
hower, perhaps the most popular soldier

* the world has ever known, cannot have

been easy. General Ridgway’s qualifications
for the responsible and difficult task that
has fallen upon him will lessen the loss
that all Europe feels at General Eisen-
hower’s departure. The good wishes of
the free world will attend General Ridg-
way who has now been called upon to fill
the most important role in the military
defense of the Atlantic communities,



African Federation

| FEDERATION as an evolutionary pol-
itical system is still exercising the minds
of British statesmen. Not it is true with
relation to Europe.

The British still contend that their con-
stitutional relation to the Commonwealth
makes political federation with Europe im-
practical. But federation for others is still
widely championed as a necessary step to-
wards greater efficiency of government.

The Dominions of Canada, South Africa
and Australia are all federations although
the pattern varies. There is a federation
of nine Malayan States and federation of
the West Indies has been championed for
nearly eighty years. Only this year the
Secretary of State for the Colonies invited
the British West Indian governments to
attend a conference in London to decide
whether or not political federation is want-
ed. Little interest has been displayed in
this invitation by the people of the West
Indies and the general attitude of those
who take an interest in the subject seems
to be that talk about federation can dc
little harm. While the subject blows neith-

er hot nor cold in the British Caribbean it is
producing quite different effects in Central
Africa. A meeting in London to discuss a
Proposed federation of the two Rhodesias
(North and South) and Nyasaland has
been boycotted by Africans and discussions
are taking place in London without African
participation. Two motives seem to in-
spire the African boycott of the present
London talks: feer of racial apartheid

Union of South Afriea: and ambition which
has been encouraged by the advanced stage
towards self-government attained by the
people of the Gold Coast.

The main argument in favour of feder-
ation is that the resources of Central Africa
cannot Mey be exploited for the bene-

fit of and Europeans alike except

_ through a federal government.

- The present proposals for Central African
federation are proposals only: the decision
whether federation should’ be y
With or not will be taken at a conférence
to be held later in London this year. But
the advocates of federation as a system of

ver it to be supplied to British de-
pendent territories as they advance politic-
ally cannot be heartened by their experi-

ences in as pa =
| In the West Indies the little interest
shown in a seems to vee ee
almost extermina as a result o! tish
Guiana's blunt refusal to participate. In
Central Africa the greater part of the popu-
Jation, the Africans ,won’t have anything
to do with it. And in Europe German and
French rivalry will remain as long as
Great Britain refuses to enter a political
federation of Western Europe. ,
Federation which still works well in
many countries appears to be losing favour
with many and it has never received more
than passing support in the West Indies be-
cause too little attention is paid to com-
munications between the proposed federal

units. sie TE

;
spreading via Southern Rhodesia from the

Next year, on Juse 2, Queen
Elizabeth will be crowned in West-
minster Abbey. -Once more we
shall gaze upon the genius of the
English for pageantry and hear the
trumpets, proclaim’ yet another
Coronation in England’s long
story. I am aware that I have used
the word “England” but have done
so deliberately. As we say in Par-
liament “That point will be dealt
with later.”

If all goes well we shall see that
grand old lady Queen Mary in
place of honour. We shall share
the joy and the sadness of the
Queen Mother. As for the Queen
herself we shall wait for that su-
preme moment when the Arch-
bishop of Canterbury wil] turn te
the North, the West. the South
and the East, declaring to each
that this is our undoubted *
brant ancwer “God aaa thins

rant answer save
Elizabeth!”

Somewhere In the proceedin,
the scholars of Westminster School
will shout: “Vivat Vivat Regina
Elizabeth!” When the Queen as-
cends the three steps in the chan-
cel a sweep of strings and a choral
outburst will lift her on the wings
of music.

Even the assembled peers will
place the coronets on their heads
as if a stage manager were direct-
ing them and when the peeresses
follow suit we shall see the whole
play of femininity through the
ages as that forest of shapely arms
comes into being,

How do I know all this? Be.
cause I saw the Coronation of King
George VI and Queen Elizabeth,
and if the gods are kind I shall
see the Coronation of Queen Flir-
abeth I.

One Shadow

In fact there is only one shadow
on this happy picture and I re~
gret to state that it comes from
Senn. eee oy the r

are i comparatively

Quist but I predict that when the

on yeer comes into being

the trouble from the North will
Ta or

aware that a great

number of my readers are of Scot-

tish origin. in fact, my wife is a

Macintosh and the Baxters

my youth when I sold pianos on



By BEVERLEY BAXTER

not have been surprised if the
entire assembly had marched to
Euston Station and taken the
overnight train to Scotland,
nevermore to return,

But did they?

Berkeley Square
cr Park Lane or Belgrave SS
They were Chairmen of
imsurance companies or some
such institutions and had not the
slightest intention of ever leaving
London as long as they lived.

Elizabeth I?

Which brings me back to
Coronation. Nothing is

;

We have already had a prelimin-
ary protest and are expecting a
much strong’, one later on.

The Scots do not deny the exis-
tence of eet en ee
is that she was ~
Jand and reigned before the Union,
Therefore

merely meticulous but eme-
tienal. Is it not a fact t Mary
Queen of Scots was by

; order
England? Poor pretty Mary! What
a terri thing that so lovely a
neck have been severed by
the headman’s axe’ There are

few of us today who will not agree On

that it was = sad Jeed. But why
was she beheaded?

Mary Queen of Scets
With inereased diffidence I now

ust take wu myself the task
‘ wking we Some ©. ook Gn

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

DANOMIE LONDON LETTER:

on became a danger to the
realm and that Mary was a party
in various plots to
Elizabeth. The blood of good men
on either side was bei i

Lagpe de ace!
da I
on ot |
wise ¢ Bur-

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“ifealy
oan on the realm of human |

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aes
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plorers. Were always looking |
for lost beyond the
ranges and not Know what to!
@o when ther found it, So along
came the Scots and them. |
almost every British ship that!
sails the seas today there is an’
Englishman om the bridge and a
Seot in charge of the engine
room. Seldom has any marriage
of two races borne such wondrous
progeny. :

And shall we in 1953 deny the

Little Old Lady Liked

Very Fast Cars

By R. M. MacCOLL

Bis aot WASHINGTON,

ALITTLE old'woman who kept 27 ¢ars and
always walked out to them over red carpet
has died in her 70-room mansion.

She is Mrs. Florence Vanderbilt Twombly,
grandchild of “Commodore” Cornelius Van-
drebilt, the ferryboat skipper who made
£35,000,000 on the railroads.

Mrs. Twombly was 98. As the richest of the
Vanderbilt women; she kept 30 servants in
maroon livery,to look after her and her
guests in the 70-room house she built on New
York’s Fifth-avenue.

The 30 did not include the chauffeurs and
meehanics who maintained her cars—all Eng-
lish, all maroon, and all lion crested.

WHEN, asa girl, she married a paper
maker’s son, Hamilton McKwon Twombly,

| Florence ordered what was described as “the

most costly wedding dress ever worn in

wars, | America.” Twombly,-who left the paper busi-

ness for railroading, made her another

| £1,500,000,

Mrs. Twombly, frail in spite of her title
“The Durable Dowager,” knew how to spend
her money.

She paid her butlers. £35 a week. But to
chef Joseph Donon, who had worked with
Escoffier at the Carlton in London, she gave
£150 a week. Salaries totalled £ 89,000 a year.

AFTER a visit to England she built, in New
Jersey, a two-million-dollar estate copied

Mary with the eves of realists and, existemre of FElitabeth I whose from Hampton Court. It cost twice as much

once, to put aside their incor- reign im the 16th century saw)
vate sacsnamioneae As every such 2 remaissance of the arts!

s iboy knows {or
know) Mary became Queen of
Seotland before she was a week
old and had only lived ome year
when the Regent Arran

her in marriage to Prince Edward
of England.

You might argue that at the age
ef twelve months a roung female
could hardiy be expected to know

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remembersd nose were the

ee OR
. days when Royei matches were

arranged by govermments end the
happy pair seidem saw eech other

credit in Toronto, one made.vutil the nuptial dar.
private enquiries before deliver.@ Now wisely Arran foresaw the

ing the instrument. If the

felt fairly confident but

into it. If his name was
C’Brien we made certain that his
Celtie enthusiasm for music hed
not outstripped his capscity to
meet the payments. Hf his name
was MacPherson we just
livered the piano.

Sturdy Race

Therefore in the Scots we are
Presented with a race that is
sturdily and basically honest. Yet
there is also a Strange roman-
tielsm about the Scottish People
that leads them to deceive them-
selves. Lei me give an example.

s Commens) 2s the
Principal guest. There was 2
choir of Lomdon Seants who

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David And Bathsheba
To The Editor, Tie Advocate,
Sir—I noticed with attention

the write-up, in the Adveeate on
Sunday

oe
em astonished that even Holly-
weed producers could Plan and
feel happy over a picture en that
theme.

I remember seeing the announce- Sing!

_ two or three months ago,
; Such a film, with the title
“King David's Love Story,” was
about to be released, and wonder-
ing whether our somewhat poe
ous censors wculd pass it for
exhibition in Barbados. For King
David's intrigue with Bathsheba,
wife of soldier-hero Uriah, was to
my mind one of the most lustful,
A specmgaten. roe ae in
uman_ story, compara to
the famous classical story of Tar-
quin and Lucretie—but, alas for
feminine principle and_ sacrifice,
with a very different reaction from
that which invested the name of
Lucretia with undying honour.
King. David, now idle and de-
generate, waxed fat and wanton,
while his brave men faced hard-
ship and risked their lives &t the
battlefront with the Philistines,
coveted and stole the wife of his
-loyal henchman away in the fight-
ing line, and then cunningly sent
® message to cynical heartless
Joab, Captain-General of the
Army, to despatch to him Urish
on the pretext cf bringing news!
of the progress of the fighting. but
really so that he might visit his
home and wife and be credited
with fatherhood of the outcome of
his (David's) adultery. But Uriah
did not At in with this crafty plan,

‘

customer’s name was Baldwin we’
still

de- o.

future. The Unies of Mary and
Edward would presage the union
of amd England %

thos
ending the long amd bloody feud
between the two countries. Bat
what did the Scottish Parliament
do? The foolish fellows proclaimed
Arran’s promise as null and woid.
Naturally this led to war end

Seots suffered 5

& tertible de.
feat at the hands of the Sassen-

=. oan thes to em

the ‘ cemtury lite was es

but beet, oe
Bat this faet re

but refused to a t a brief.
holiday while his eae were
remaining at the frunt, facing
wounds and death. e

Devid returmed him to Joab with
secret instructions to send him to
the battle line, and leave him
there deserted to be struck dovn

er 2nd. die—this as a plan to free

Bathsheba from an unaccommo-
Gating husband and make her
available for the King’s licentions
embraces! Was there ever a more
coldblooded and cruel mme?
How low had the mighty fallen!

David, the charmi youn,
shepherd, minding his” fathers
flocks in the lonely pastures and
of the love and care of
the Heavenly Shepherd—David,
the hereic stri: visiting his
brothers at the battle field, and
rebelling indignantly at the chal-

lenge to the army of Israel by the i

giant Plillistine, and cleverly lay-
ing him low with his sling and
pebble—David, driven from the
Royal Court, by age
i. of King Saul and, hunted
in wilderness, and yet chiv-
alrousty refusing to harm the
“Lord’s Anointed” when in his
power—David,° with so many
generous and noble qualities and
with such fine spiritual perception
and godly elevation, now the
central figure of so sordid and
shocking a drama! How low.
indeed, had the mighty fallen!

Again I say one wonders how
the iitm actors and producers,
even at Hollywood in the U.S.A,
eould plan to carry through a
picture on that story.

Yours truly,
we .
April 29, 1952.
Emigration

The Editor, The Advocate,

SIR,—I have read Mr. Godson’s
further contribution on this mat-
ter, with interest, and his views

are appreciated.
The subject lends itself to end-

eught to and

goevermment and exploration
@s has no, pareliel in history?/|
Must we not ise Shak

for fear of nigrating Burns?
Are we at our public banquets
to raise our glasses to the toast
of “Queen Eligabeth I of England
and Elizabeth II of the United

What abeet Her Majesty's
Fremh Caaadian subjects? What
sbeout the ‘Seuth Africans? What
shout the Maoris in New Zea-
land? They were not included in
the British re
afer

E=peér
iol
embalmed im history. I see no!
reason why the Scots should
eve the sole rights of dating
history.
One might thick from 2 racial
pomnt of view that the angry men
of North would be content
Mother is a!
2 amd that
im the veins
now on the

Ne Majerity View ;
I do claim for 2 moment

thet the oufrer. represents a
majesty Thew Scotland. ff

of the youmg Queen

the comes lamgety from the Scottish

Gemanding

of Destiny io demonstrate
Smess far seif-e: t.
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Sentlens shocid mon beve her sam
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thet megeere @ EH ever comes
before tee Hoos of Common

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Soot would be appeased and the

& Destimy could rest!
teamemaGly secure in Westminster,

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ess is not very satisfac- |
2 It is. moreover, not a sub-|
ject for wishful thinking; the ap-!
proach must be factual as well as/
practical. My contribution might!
be summarized thus:

(2) The Committee shoulda
cover as wide a field as possible.
in its search fer facts, on which to!
base plans. |

(2) Careful _investigation be- |
forehand, especially of the kind of)
persons to go, and their prepara-
tion for adventure in a new land.
This, in my view, is of prime im_
portance. Emphasis was on youth,

(3) Tropicat conditions are
vastly different to temperate. Land
under the former soon reverts to
bush while awaiting occupants.
Drainage and sanitation too are
not usually as simpie as in this
sland where he does not have to
bother unduly about his neigh-
ponen Petar} Settlement, ad
ore, locks appears to
teach us a eukoat

-_ economic
must ve Gf consideration.
enh a fore ly ree
acres and a Sow 0 apply
to-day where hi un e
crops are ohn ms an
(5) Preparatory work among
the settlers must stress the impor-
tance of co-operative endeavour’

Definite suggestions were made to
ensure this; | *

(6. No special merit was claim-
ed for any of the ideas put for-|
ward. Emphasis was on the need
for souna and’ practical methods
of approach.

Finally, my chief object at this!
stage was to assist the public mind}
in appreciating the nature of the!
problems involved. I should be!
very glad to diseuss the subject in|
person with Mr, Godson, if he so
desires. Did ‘Operation Surinam’!
teach us any lesson? ;

Yours faithfully, I
“ECONOMIST”. |

;
:

1.5.52.

as the million-dollar beach place she also
owned at swank Newport in Rhode Island.
But, though she led soclety, she permitted

no photographs, and the money she gave to

charity was never publicised.

Her great love to the last was fast cars.
Even in her nineties she whizzed round the
countryside admiring her estates.

ok ee
THE dark-brown waters of the Missouri
River swirled over its banks recently, surged

sntil ; 4 :
ig jee across rich farmland and into two towns, and

made 40,000 people homeless.

In cars and horse-drawn buggy carts 6,000
people fled from South Sioux City. All the
622 who live in Dakota City, Nebraska, got
out as the flood lapped in. Ten more Mid-
West towns and villages are threatened.
Scores of farm families have quit.

* * *

AN AMERICAN friend said to. me exasper-
atedly:.“In Britain you queue everywhere
except in your banks. Here, the bank is the
only place in which we Americans have to
Queue.”

It's too true. Arserican banks have special

windows set aside for women customers
(Why? don’t ask me), grim cops patrolling
the aisles, their guns in evidence, and organ
music gently piped in to soften the blow about
your overdraft. But you still have to wait an
wait in line to cash your cheque. ;

* * *
HEADLINES: “Kremlin disliked by Indian
mysties.” “Two hundred thousandth rotated
Korean veteran home, is given glass of milk.”
“Palace date hangs on Bette’s TV debut.”

* * *

LONG ISLAND police are talking of “de-
liberate pigeon sabotage.” On the eve of the
neighbourhood’s biggest annual homing-
pigeon race persons unknown make off with
the favourite and 62 coop-mates.

* * * ;
M.-G.-M. which scored such hits with
“serie?” films “Andy Hardy” and “Dr. Kil-
dare”), is doing another of the same, En-

' titled “The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis,” it is

a collection of 30 short stories with a college
background.

*” * a

IN New York State drivers whose licences
are revoked by magistrates will now have to
wait a full year before applying for rein-
statement. If the cases are flagrant they may
never get them back at all, And applicants
must produce three letters of commendation-—
from their employers, from their local police
chief, and from a clergyman.

* * *
SO GREAT is the shortage of potatoes in
the U.S. that in several cities they are doing a
roaring trade in spuds from Spain.

* * *

AS I DROVE through central Pennsylvania
this week-end I saw thousands of notices
tacked to telegraph poles, forest trees, and
the sides of barns. “Danger!” they cried, “Be-
ware of rabies.” There has been an outbreak
of rabies among foxes this spring, and scores
of adults and children have been bitten,

* *

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Fridcy a choir, garbed in heliotrope, sang
hymns and spirituals, Passengers tiptoed past
to buy their tickets, and asked questions at the
information booth in whispers.

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE



tee Formed To Study Local Govt. Bill

Bill To Be Cireulated ~

VESTRYMEN OF ST. THOMAS at their meeting yes-
terday criticised the Bill to make better provision for local

Government in the island.

The Vestry received a letter from the Chairman of the
Select Committee appointed to consider and report on the
Bill, inviting them to send to the Committee, not later than
May 19, a written memorandum expressing any views or

comments on the Bill.

Mr. I. Collins said that he had
not yet seen a copy of the Bill
and therefore could not offer his
comments. He said that the Bill
should be circulated to Vestrymen
in order that each member would
have a clear idea of what it is
2ll about.

Mr. V. Reeves said
agreed with Mr. Collins.
did not see a copy of
therefore he could

that he
He also
the Bill;
not say

whether or not he was in favour Acting Police Magistrate of Dis-

trict
Church- J ias “ i
warden, said that there was a ones auia tear et ens
lot in what Mr. Collins had sad. two
Vestrymen should be posted a hard

of it.

Mr. K, Sandiford.

copy of the Bill. He

in obtaining

although he did not intend to
tell Vestrymen from what
source he had acquired it.

He said that the letter they res
ceived just showed the determin_
ation of Government to rush
ahead with the Bill without tak-
ing Vestrymen into consideration.

One would expect that the least records tol th
any Government would-have done d . Rik Seaham ieee
would be to issue a copy of the y

Bill to Vestrymen.

Island Division
He said that the copy of the
jocal Government Bill as present~

three, which the Bill still has.
He happened to know that
there were members of some

Vestries who were afraid to dis- G@efendant take up something from
cuss the Bill because they were

afraid that if it was passed they
would get no votes eventually.

onable thinking man could suggest
to join six parish
form a single unit,”
said,

He said that they have grouped looked at the grave one morning
the parishes together but they &Md noticed that a part of the
in the Bill leaden decorations ‘of the grave
where the central point would be, was missing.

have not inserted
This was the first point that
struck him as being wrong.

Another thing was that fifty per
cent. of the councillors would be
elected and the other fifty per
cent. nominated. That was an_
other point that struek him as
being wrong.

Tm other words, he noticed that
the Local Government Bill had
put the Governor-in-Executive
Committee in charge of every_
thing. He thought the Council
system a farce.

Heavy Liabilities
Referring to.Section 59, Part 6,

offences
if St. Thomas was joined with America.

the other five parishes mentioned,

Yhat parish would have heavy Islands which are under British
liabilities in St. Joseph and St. protection in the Persian Gulf
Andrew but an asset in St. James, and worked by American oilmen.

Mr. Sandiford, speaking of
the Vestries Act, 1911,
which they were at

prepared to say €hat if the
Vestries Act is weak, the Local
Government Bill was rotten.

The Vestries Act told them how: 2

they could lay rates but the
Local Government Bill did not.

In the Maude Report every-
thing was laid out but this was

not the case with the Local pissoine ariee operations behind

to the Local Government Bill guardeq by steel-helmeted police
as “the silent Bill” and said ®*med with sten guns

Government Bill. He referred

that after the Bill was passed

they would get regulation after

regulation thrown on them.

Mr. Sandiford :said that for
many weeks he was going through

the Bill and still he could not ,
The main thing s

understand it.
was that the island would
divided into three areas and St.
Thomas and five other parishes
would form one area.

Poor Relief
He said that he had made ex.
tensive enquiries and had discov-
ered that when it came to the
question of poor relief, Barbados
led the other Caribbean Islands.

Members would agree that the thay Bahrein is Persian territory
and American planes there must

Vestry system needed improving,
but to abolish it and institute the
Local Government Bill would be
like “swopping a donkey for a
horse.”

At this stage Hon. G. Mahon,
M.L.C., said that he did not feel
they were getting anywhere ais
cussing the Bill as they were doing
at present. He suggested that a
small Committee should be ap_

reply and report back to the
Vastey, Copies of the Bill should
also be circulated to members, he
said.
Vestrymen
Mahon and the following Commif-

tee ‘was appointed to study the Sandiford, Hon, G. Mahon, M.L.C.,
Bill: Mr. K. Sandiford, Mr. S. A. Mr. J. H. Thorne, Mr. W. Gooding,
Walcott, Mr. W. Gooding and Mr. Mr. S. A. Walcott, Mr. V. Reeves,
This Committee will Mr. I. Collins, Mr. D. L. Gill and
report back to the Vestry at their Mr. A. E, Cave.

SSF

I. Collins.





Mr, Walwyn’s decision. The grave
is the property of George Winter

and the offence was committed on
April 18,

efendant had two previous con-
ictions for larceny. Cpl, Emerson
Yearwood attached to the Central
Station told the court that on April
18 at about 1.40 a.m. he was on
duty in St. Stephen’s road, While
ed to the House of Assembly, is Walking along the road he heard
very far from the Report sub. 2 noise as if someone was ham-
mitted by Sir John Maude, except Mering at something and on going
from the point of view of the into the churchyard he saw a
clause dividing the island into figure of a man standing by a
grave,

he grave and then move away.
He then chased the defendant
Who dropped a bag while running,
“I am yet to see how any reas- In the bag were leaden spikes.

Persia Plans

BAHREIN, Persian Gulf, May 1.

degh and his army and navy
chiefs

under up in Tehran is calling on the
present Persian minority in the islands to
operating, said that with all the be ready to “overthrow its Brit-
weaknesses of this Act, he was ish overlords.”

yearly
ahrein
This firm is registered in Canada
but owned by the Texas Oil and
Petrol Corporation.

that
would be easier than the grab at
Abadan.

a planning a diplomatic offen-
ve,
Mossadegh has sent a note: To
Britain, claiming that Bahrein is
an “integral part” of Persia and
she “vigorously resents”
interference.

belongs to Persia and must not
be listed as a British protector-
ate.

British Government sent a strong
note to Tehran today.
out that Bahrein
Britain by a treat
1890
protest against the visit of a Brit-

ish Forei ffice adviser to the
pointed to study the Bill, draft a ish Foreign ©



next meeting on Thursday, May
agreed with Mr, 15.

TOOTAL'S STANDARD IRISH LINEN



2 Months For
Stealing
From Grave

His Worship Mr. C. L. Walwyn,

“A”, yesterday sentenced

of King’s Gap, St, Michael to
with

Cumberbatch appealed against

The keeper of the criminal

nearby residents at night.





from poge 1
So they made no apology in
saying in spite of those who held
they should be divorced from
each other, that they would go
hand in hand together. And
those of them who belonged to

hid himself and saw the

George Winter said that he owns the Trade Union’ Movement
. Sandifosa a grave in St. Stephen’s Church phould see that they always put
rs and after receiving information a Government in power that

would help the movement and
not fight against it.

“Equally I feel,” he said, “that
it is incumbent upon the Labour
Government to make its policy a
Trade Union Policy.

“You must fight for better con-
ditions as far as you can around a
Trade table, a Conciliation Board,
but if the worse comes to tne
worst and you cannot carry your
point, you must get the political
weapon moving so that when you
cannot get it by persuasion, you
would get it by Legislation.”

Support Necessary

He was very glad, he said, that
they had been able to make a be-
ginning with Labour Day because
it was essential, no matter how
strong the movement may be, for
people to get together and
strengthen each other and support
the movement and see that it was
kept alive and grew stronger and
stronger.

It was not enough to say, “no
matter if I don’t help, other people
are helping.” One man says that
and a thousand more will say it
and as a result the Union would
be weakened by that thousand.
They should on such occasions as
May Day was, say to themselves,
“This is a new year. We shall
adopt a new spirit. Let us aim
and endeavour, each of us, to
bring more an more people in
the movement,

Some people would say if they
belonged to the bakers, for ex-
ample, that if bakers in general
get an increase, they would in-
evitably get one. ‘Such people
were living on somebody else.

Unfortunately, [Parbados is
over-populated. It Barbados
were not over-populated, the
Union would already hava
brought about in every branch
of iabour in this island, a
“closeqd shop.” They would in-
sist that nobody be employed
unless he was a Trade Unionist.
But that could not be easily aone
in Barbados. If for instance driv-
ers went on strike, as so many
could drive, they would be many
more to employ at perhaps even
less. And after all, one could
not altogether blame the man
who went for the job when there



New Oil
Offensive

The Persian Premier Mossa-

oil
and

lanning new
t Britain

Their target is the Bahrein

are

A “Liberation Committee” set

About 11,000,000 barrels of oil
are produced by the
Petroleum Company.

Mossadegh and his men _ are

in Tehran, and

One of the planners told me
“Liberation of Bahrein”

In another room legal experts

On their recommendations

British
To the U.N.O, saying Bahrein

To the United States saying

i . was a strike, for his larder,
fen. ee. ane might have been empty that
To meet Mossadegh’s threat the morning.

That was ail the more reason
why a Trade union should in-
sist that everybody join the
movement.

Mr, Adams said that next May
Day the Union would not only
hold a meeting in St. Michael,
but perhaps in Speightstown and
some of the other parishes.

He said that it was perhaps a
‘source of wonderment that the
Barbados Workers’ Union was
so strong and well knit together
because the average Barbadian
felt he knew everything on

It pointed
is bound to
dating from

and rejecte e Persian

Members present were: Mr, K.

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secretaries. If it were not for
the faith and energy of the
active officers, they would not
have got over the Barbadian at-
titude of saying, “I am an in-
dividual who will fight for my-
self.”

Combination was essential if
they wanted to produce good
results and produce them quick-
ly. Of course one man _ could
build a cathedral all by himself
if he could live long enough to
do it; but on the other hand if
they combined, the cathedral
could be built in a quick time.
And that was the position of
the Union, he said,

Obviously there were times
when one man could persuade
his employer to give him an in-

crease, But he was one man.
That did not mean that the
position of the workmen as a

whole would be bettered. They
would have to combine. Of
course a man who played up to
the boss might get improved
conditions, but not other people.
“It is scarcely necessary for
me to emphasise that,” he said}
“because everybody must realise
that unity is strength, in private
life let alone in public life. And
the only reason why we from
time to time remind you of the
necessity of strengthening the
organization is because if we, do
not come together from time to
time and encourage one another,
ln time we would collape.”
Speaking of the West Indian
Trade Unionists, he said, “I
Mus%say how glad I am to have

them here not me rely because
there are here on this
course and will become better

Trade Unionists as a result, but
also because the more I think
about the future of the West Indies,
the more I reaiise that the future
of the West Indies is with the
working class man, the work-
ing class organization, ard if
I am accused, as apparently I am
being accused nowadays, of being
lukewarm about Federation, I do
not believe we should come to-
gether to be run by a United
Chamber of Commerce,

“I believe that when we have

a strong Trade Unionist move-

ment in every island and these

leaders of the Trade Unions
movements turn their attention
to politics and become leaders,
then and only then should we

run it.” °

He questioned there being any
good in putting up a fight year
after year to better conditions
against the capitalists of the West
Indies and then suddenly come
together at a time, when the work-
ing class union was not as strong
as it should be. What earthly
good it was, he asked, to fight in
any island and then go back to-|
gether again and hand over every-
thing to the merchants and the
factory owners,

“For that reason again I say”,
he said, “I more than welcome cur
Trade Union friends from the rest
of the West Indies and hope that
visits will be interchanged fre-
quently.” a

Visits Every Year

Such visits should not be once
every three or four years, but
every year. And the movement
being kept alive would assis: in
the interchange of visits. That was
why, too, they should strengthen
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other islands strengthen theirs.

He said that time was when he
was called a Red. “Far from being
Anti-Russia,” he said, “I felt. -
‘here was a good experiment in
human life and community living,
the Russian experiment’. I was
more than sympathetic, But one
day I had to sit, according to
alphabetical order, between a Rus-
sian and an American and I turned
to the Russian and said, ‘we are
building up a federation in the
West Indies, I am here as a British
Delegate, but want to come some-
time as a West Indian Delegate,
not as a British, will you vote for
us if we apply for admission to
the United Nations’,

He said that the Russian told
him to ask the British if they
would vote for Bulgaria or
Rumania, He (Mr. Adams) real-
ised that the Russian was feeling
that they were on the British side
and as far as the West Indies were
concerned, they could go hang.
That was the reason, he said, why
he said what he said.

“T learnt then that if you do not
fight your own battles without de-
pending too much on other nations,
you never get anywhere,” he said.
“We in the West Indies owe a
solemn duty to ourselves to forget
whether we are British, French,

Dutch or otherwsie; to say we are
West Indians and will build up a
strong West Indian nation, and the
only way we can do that is to
build up a strong working class
organization,”

He said, ‘We must be very cau-
tious, having gained a bridgehead,
not to sit down and let it slip away
from our grasp. I therefore say it
should be our solemn duty to prom-
ise ourselves to continue the work
we have done in the past and not
to feel we have got very far ahd
we can soft peddle. {

“We must strengthen ourselves
and go forward as brothers and |
conquerors in this glorious battle |
for improvement of the working’!
class.” eae

RAINFALL HEAVIEST
AT BOARDED HALL

District “B” Boarded Hall re-
eeived the heaviest rainfall on
Wednesday night and up to 6 a.m,
yesterday this district still had the
highest figure. The Police Station
at St. George however reported
that there was no serious inci-
dent to record, but a few telephone
lines were out of order during the
night.

According to the Police, District
“B” had 70 parts of rain and the
next best figure was recorded at
Four Roads, St, John. Other read-
ings were District “A’—35 parts,
District “C"—four parts, D trict
“D"—26 parts,’ District “E’—29
parts, District “F’—25 parts and
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behind the Drill H and come
out in full. force at night to
trouble the residents of the area.

The name of this species of
mosquito is not known, but as the
Director of Medical Services is
starting a campaign for the
eradication of the Aedes Aegypti
which is responsible for yellow
fever, perhaps this popular area
= mosquitoes will be rid of

em,

This land which abounds the
sea, belongs to Government and
is in the care of the Department
of Agriculture. About twenty
years ago it was a swamp area,
and some years ago it was filled
in and levelled, arid casuarina
trees planted.

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hey live for the most part in
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and if stuff is thrown into any of
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i is perhaps why they live in
em,

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Placed On Bond
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Everton Bynoe of Deacon's Road,
St. Michael, was yesterday placed
on a bond for a period of three
months in the sum of £1 by His
Worship Mr, E. A, McLeod who
found him guilty of wounding
Lionel Smith by cuffing him over
his left eye,

The offence was committed on
April 13, Smith told the court
that on Apvil 13 while he was in
a shop in Baxters Road he was
“knocked out” by someone but
could not say who did it. He was
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servant rooms





tober Ist Phone 4476
10.4.52—t.f£.n,
a en cea
TRINITY COTTAG! furnished,
three bedrooms, complete with tele-
phone and refrigerator, situated at
Derricks Bay, St. James. Phone 2959.
27.4.52—t.f.n,
NOTICE

The Leeward Cricket Ground at Fos-









TELEPHONE 2808



ii iil is BARBADOS ADVOCATE
LT eR

IED ADS. PUBLIC SALES PUBLIC NOTICES





REAL ESTATE













































ee
CAR-~1937 + Hawk Car in good

e to Mrs, Bethell

Searles » Christ Church.

" 1.5, 52—2



STOVE: Jackson Electric Stove, com-
Excell.~









nit nt yn ate

Candidates should be under 40








FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1952

Swamundt S







| 8. P. MUSSON,

aie ‘ee aad ROYAL NETHERLANDS | | 99S9S5599955599555955905
° F bes i } Th M.V. “DAERWOOD” will
FOR SALE bor oe ements al RE ram See "aee ca ate we DEPARTMENT OF HARBOUEZ AND SHIPPING MASTER — STEAMSHIP co. [2 secagt Gurgo mua Passengers tor
Buin’ water. electric ight snd ete tions at St, Michael's Girls’ Schock VACANCY FOR GRADE “A” MECHANIC — | PROM EUROPE Pietint oat te eee
b nice, property standing: o be received by the und ed up . M. 3” ¥ 1952, eaeer® OAS -
et nt eres of lim ih one at the mast | % Saturday, the 10th. May, } and UNESTABLISHED STAFF M's. 4th May 1952 Sailing Sunday 4th May 1952.
eee Saae ae = wT "etndlanen Naat BORE, anaene Baan FURY At Snore |8 iP CE, “MONEE” wl ge
~_-——- —_—___... a Vi “ ” ’ ep’ a oO my | oO
8-20 in “A-1 condition the crt tp forsale’ by Pap meinen ie” Merttionta cats Applications are invited for the post of Grade “A” Mechanic on | |_ M.S. ORANJESTAD, 20th. May 1952, (9 Deminica’” Astras ane ne tt
a ious tae tee 09 1.5.52—4n : stances; arid sigh | ev the Staff of the Harbour and Shipping Master's Depart- | saruixc to ZEINIDAD, PARAMARIBO \ Hovis end at St. Kitts, Sailing Fri-
> j AND BRI aay
1961 panodel. Mileage |hould be madé to Mr. F. D. G. Simp. 7 i ne M.S. BONAIRE, May 1952. | The “MY “CARIBHEE wil
any ict condition. & ‘Woodland’ St, Georgs. wel. sail «et pry pe with silery as fixed under Grade VI of the | SAILING TO 'PABAMARINO AND |% Suutpt,Ca"d cud Passengers tor
ee Fag sk. y ra. ; ARRINGTO ’ at the rate of $18.00 x 60 —22.80 per week. In addition a | a BOCES GUIANA te Nevis and St. St. Kitts, Sailing Friday
ee Se a... a. “18.4. cost of living allowance is payable in accordance with sauna Fo TRINIDAD AND 4 et nha
GER One Vase 25 -b.p. with 5 that bungalow called “SCAFRLL? Point of entry into seale will be determined on the M.S ~ '
. HECUDA. ooh fe 1952. ASSOCIATION (ING)
tyres in condition, “Dial $544 the “furniture thereis .of experience and qualifications. Working uniform will *| S.8. BOSKOOP, ist May 195: g Goustenee ‘Tele, souY

2.
oe & CO., LTpD. %

POO

yours of age aid should be prac- |
































GOVERNMENT NOTICE | SHIPPING NOTICES



Canadian National Steamshtps



sbi Roel 8 monins id $4300 poly | |tising motor mechanies with experience in marine motor Te ae ge Oe
5 ie old in mechanics |
oe Foe 30.4. 8250 subject to the selected candidate being passed as medically fit for SUTmoUND iow to OF. SIS oe
> on
the : ,
(h) Prefect | Ford in ggod ; | CANADIAN CRUISER 2 May - 11 May 13 May
Di qual me aun successful candidate will required na | a ee
oie. BR. ec Goddard. * ‘ S : be . to carry out: ten- | CAD: LADY os - 2 is 7, % May 2 June 2 ay
30. 4. i repalr work to Government Harbour Craft under the Control | CANADIAN CHALLENGER *: 0 Mey 2 June = 8 June 12 June
roo nsaande ashes ‘ \ Be ate sity 2 5 J
Sas HG Coupe tn pacteld r in Pic ly of Government Craft. | CANADIAN cR + Sion, ae cen Ses Son
order. Apply Noweasie Plantation St. supported by testimonials should be submitted on CARSUIAN ‘ONSTRUCTOR.. 40 June 3 July 3 hu 13 July
pie sa ai nate en to the Colonial Secretary not | * ROONEY OH uly 4 July 0 Saag 38 July 38. July
ue es 258 Renae bo a Snes 5
jon;
4.52—4.f.n 2.5.52—2n. | NORTHBOUND Arsives Satls ves Arrives «Arrives — Arrives
a iy ee . ‘a 1
TRUCK—One (}) 3-ton Austin Truck. | LADY NELSON .. 10 Bigs 13 dans 2 Me ™ ey 3 may ao bey
Apply Dv. SCOIT & Co. Ltd, White CON. CRUSER .. 24 May 20 May _ 8 June 8 June} 11 June
244.521 f n, 9% bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, a very large| Coleridge Streets. [ also take this | meee | CONSTR 3 gure 8 June Wh June Wdiune A Juve
a cs yori « 15 June 17 June 27 June - 28 June, 1 July
See tasenes LOR COOKER § §

i F « 2 June 2% June ~ 5S July 8 July a Ju! y
| ‘Sepniaunazone—new aloman oe VA coo. R STOVES LADY o- 6 fF @July 18 July — | z July, 22 Je
neon , pa Sie z pele “Ss wm 4s 19 July mn % July; July, Aug.
Powell nearer aga fan. on famous 2 Burne ‘ ONSTRUCTOR 24 July 29 July 6 Aug; 8 Aug. Aug.

nm wenera) jectr: ermetical
sealed unit system. Door lock standard, 3 Sereer fe ( . a we nig m Aue. ee
* nana 2 wie eee Lid. Tweedside innciagie
Oa ichael — one 4629,
i ‘4 Also For further particulars, apply to—-

—— AUSTIN & ad LTD Sioa



}
1
|
lete with Entra $ }
ter's St. Lucy will be opened to mem-| Condition “Buaaae Switch. - complete with waste and overflow “OS
bers for practice os 14th ae invited. Phone 4051. ' 25
onorary ‘e" Se :
uae vard Crieke! Club, FURNITURE Established T. HERBERT, Ltd. Incorporated
: a oes 10 & 11 Roebuck Street |
rae TURE: One Pees ee ames |
ident» for cutting ou tte hoe
WANTED {on Canadian built) in ‘bert perfect condi- | _ By thstructiona
ay, ner leaving my, ‘Diet 8.
en 2.8.52—1n a ENERAL 0) |
HELP 12 5 ART 1; done omly 9,000| Your so
MANAGER—For commission agency de- LIVESTOCK mie a ¥
ho well ree proceriet hy yw . _ McKENZIE
m. UPPIES: Alsatian .
ability to bandie. correspo essen- | the » Alset i bv | 30. 4.52—3n, he mn eraaetonn
tial, alary plus parereipacan: in ans Price $80.00 each * ngpector Ti! TE REP r sere — Signed: mH, S gs from Sow uadeloupe, loupe, Martiniq
aiary commensurate w:! abilit and | Poli Distr: e RP -52—2u DER IAMOND :
experienet, “Apply P.O, Box S02,’ Port- alice 6 Raat tA. zieceo| . WN nae 2.5.8241n . F % eeate Trintdad, ecu Curacao & Jamaica”
ain, .T 5 i 2~6n. ~ | T CT 0 -
WORKSHOP MANAGER-—Previoug ex- MISCELLANEOUS putiie suction the ontee Tot’ ok pond THIS A RA IVE H ME g %
Ere oe eend aM MR | eet Tall enc ar! Eaten RE ctlan uy Hei Se thamp Arrives Barbados}
x i
in writing only. Electria Salen & Sete offices etc., mantel clocks, and alarm i all aa re ng is hereb; ‘en that ts is the intention ae 99 see * Hg on
Ltd., P|O. Box 1 90,4, 52—4n lua. ace sizes and designs. K. R. Philp. me onthe caine maker ince hex ay Reh of the Comunl neta ot BE paways, An extremely well built, modern three bedroom (or two “DE GRASS", at i” ie bt br Pes ime g
ceabieae: un ‘o., Ltd. Broad $) esd: th: rish of! ‘eter in is Isla tere eee
An Assistant’ WORKS ENGINEER, | bial es Abe ons | conten, Hat the mar| to cause to be Introduced into the Leste. | | Redrooms and den) BUNGALOW of stone and concrete con- + *“DE GRASSE” | e a dhe 1952... ath Face 1952 §
capable, of supervising a workshop amd} ——— 0 A Ss time. wie a collec. | lature of this Island a mn authorising struction, Combined forty feet living-room and gallery. fully ’ tore ’ x
Foundry, Experience in Sugar Machin-| FRESH Ree vs. have , Just tion of sitting, folding, arm, easy, three | the Commiss' to. increase v F | * alli %
ery repair work desirable. t | received a cornered, deck, rush chairs, morris] (a) The salary. of thé Inspector of High- cupboarded Canadian styled kitchen, Floor to ceiling cedar | Not calling at Guadeloupe .
niust have © of scale drawing Cigarettes, ire ee tin, airs | chairs wigs septina filled cushions, glass Ways of the said perish to a sum li
and experience in the direction of labour. 50. | t & square pine ‘dining “not exceeding £500 per annum, and ined double bedroom closets. Attractively laid out garden .
Copies of regent testimonials must be} by Boag side yoy we other tables, saveral bar| (b) The travelling. atlowance of the with fruit trees an 1 SAILING FROM BARBADOS TO EUROPE
ubmnitted with application by ist. May _GARDEN HOSE, 4,” Garde and; & barrel stool seats with said Inspector of Uighways. to a d ample room for vegetables, Garage with F Barbados Atrives Southampton
19 For particulars relating to sal ittings. City Garnge Cass v AOA St. | cushions, turtle shan lmnp shades, sever- sum not exeeeding £100 per annum breezeway to house and detached lf , ene ‘ab
and other conditions, apply to: e 6.52-—t.f.n. {al pony, beer, sherry, wine, goa The svid inereases to have effect from self-contained maid’s ae 5 fn igth M 1 May,
Manager, The Barbados Foundry, tdm-f En. and , Champagne lasses, several the Ist day of Roril 1951. quarters, The Property ig 11 i ria ays Oe aot 1968
ited P.O. Box 91, White Park Bond, ANG iG up ihe # Alomiias Pig Wand in eandle ps Ag = Dated the Ist of April 1052. y is coolly and delightfully situated | «Ast Peal 1952... 1... 13th June, 1952
Bridgetown, Barbados, 1.5,52— uF hen ome and be milecr: i Boarass idebonrde, ng dod forks. Ah, detix of se ake eiinisiomes Pe within easy reach of main toad at Worthing. Ph. 8562, “DEG GRASSE” .... 29th June, 1952 4... 9th July» 1952
nto eniaipereps eter cds aitalaheeoe in ving Anta kate fe ‘Pace oi Cc cassert spoons, several pieces o:
An Assistant FOREMAN capable _of + filghavs wa STEWART. i ik
ee ant FOREMAN capa fe matting aN Ke winator Deer Freant| the, par bs oe 52—$n, "Sailing dircet to wheats
nent. Applicant must have knowledge soup, b plates, | (3) & | 2.5. 6dendn 399966699990"
in, -malsing sketches and reading bive Raat | cot’ Bs, fee treegers, kiteh COGOSS oe
print ‘oon: rnish _s
Copies of recent testimoniale must b eae | eee & bainane Bena sake: 2 REE rns GREETS PING,

submitted with onplication by Slset Ma:
1952, For particulars relating to salary
aha other conditions, apply te me Mar.-
ager, The Barbados Foundry tented

P.O, Box.0l, White Park ae ‘Br

town, Barba
MISCELLANEOUS

wa Nikp To ro RENT
UNFURNISHED NOUSE— preferabl,
stone, two bedrooms, Elect on, <
water, within Clty boundary hon:
S478 ov u9M Urgent.

2.5, $9—th

PERSONAL

The public are hereby warned aga
giving credit te my_ wife CUARIS
MAYERS (nee HAYNES) as I do not
hold myself resporsible for her or an:
one elee contracting any debt or debi
ju my name unless by a written orde:
signed by



me

BYRON MAYERS,





Kendal,
St. Johv
2.5. 52—2n
Public Official Sale
(The prerent Marshal's Act 196)

(1904-6) & io

On Priduy the 16th day of May 1952
at the hour of Po’ clone in the afternoon
will be sold af my office to the highest
bidder.for anv. sum not under the
appraised value

All that certain piece of Land con-
teining be edmensurement 6,136 a She
situate vat Kensington Tenantry in the
Parish of St, Michael and
bownding on three sides on lands now or
late of Kensington Tenantry and. on the
Private. roadway known as Eighth.
Avenue, or however else the same abut

Attached from

vette {Gr and towards satisfaction, &o,
N.A.—25"> Deposit to be paid on day
of purehiave,

T. T, HEADLEY,
Provost Marshal,
Provost Marshal's OMfice,
30th April, 1952.

2.5.52—3n
* ote%, OPE 0G PECSSOSOSOOOE
‘
Â¥ iF
% DANCING
3 CLASSES
% Bail t Clesses at the Aquatic
. oO will commence on) Briday
a Ind “and Sat. Grd of May
~ Cigsses in Ballroom, Ballet and
x Keep Fit will be undertaken, Tu-
® ition by Miss Joan Ransom,
‘ i. ROA.D., A.LS/T.D,
THR BARBADOS SCHOOL OF
DANCING LTD
BRENDA MekINSTRY,
29.4.52—n
LPLPLPLPLOTEL CLL
‘ RE |

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FURNITURE

And Other Things

at» Money-Saving Prices

NEW & Renewed Wardrobes,
Bureaus, Chests-of-Drawers, Bed-
steags 2-feet to S-feet wide,
Springs, Laths, Washstands $8 up,
ee. Towel, Shoe & Hai-

TABLES for. Dining, Kiteh-
Fancy Use, China, room
a Kitchen Cabinets, Larders.

DRAWING ROOM FURNITURE
in Morris, Rush and other types,
Desks, Bookracks,

PIANOS, Banjos—Pram, Go-
Cart $9, * Metal and Wardrobe
Trunks $8 up; Typewriter, Kiteh-

Bink

en $4.50, Enamelled Ware
Draihers, $3.

L.S. WILSON

SPRY STREET. DIAL 4000

PLASTIC USEFUL ITEMS-- Fioral
Head Ties 36c., Ladies Aprons 96c.



5 &
l= bot. ' spring Mi matiresse:,, Wardrobes, oupe
rors 82—un ; boards, dressing | tables. and at

} drawers, (1) Pon = and (3) iron tanks,
(2) radion (Phillips & Pye), and many
ee Re i Mon ume 5

ie ieee

en eet peer
OMAR ENGINE, wo 1p 6 cy 6 cylinder, .

riortgent and = nt repel "Bac

other. item rous to mention,
DaCosta e | ea ay Sth, from 9 a.m.

52— [ DARCY A, SCOTT,
29.4, in { hustionser. ;
OIL—The _ world’s a! os oh
o i at aii ieoaing aise o' 2.5.52—2n
Stations. ‘Your venin vebiele di desurwes & the best.
i. “Found

VEEDO fine cars
travel”, 17.2.52--t. an n.

UNDER THE SILVER
AMMER

On Titesday 6th by order of Mr. T. A
Kinch we will selb his house appointments









TYRES

Children’s Raincoats $2.40; Ladies’ Rain- at “Evanton” Top Rock, whieh includes
coata $2.94 and 7 4 The Modern Dress ‘rd. je F Small
Shoppe, Broad 8&8! 2.5,52—3n Ca oe td. Hutstand; Exten-
Dining Tabio, Patent Screw: Smaller
~ RECORDS Clearing sur stock of MGM T (Séat 61; Berbice Chair, ARR
Three for wo, jars, your





rele. A. BARNES & & Revolving Desk Ghair: Up a

; Floor
mg Sunieg all ae a eneeeng ; Glass

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17.4.62—t.t.n. Card fables with Chaite to mateht A T

Cree, ae Bedsteads in Mahogany;

Ploeg Mutivons reek iho

ee
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now obtainable from a all leading reese"



4 good ” Dueh . :
oe anki 204.586 1 Mi rats papien: Long et ace
— Enam. Top Tab! Valor Oll Stove and :
REE (3) GRA ; Steamer, Kitchen U a 4
wh Verandah Chairs, inst W a
ness; Alex 3
mye in ting & Sone gril he Feel lve | ieand many other items. Sale 11,00
i fe May in inches eile Re Te Cash, «
to dig up D and remove OTMAN co.. e
May 1 1982. 2.6. A

VAT—One (1) 5,000 gallon Oak Vat —
apply D. VY. oot ek & Co., ss
Park Roa 7




a. 1.5 fn.



ORIENTAL
PALACE:



REMEMBER





sean || coaeec.| 1) To-MoRRow



hi booked.
Prices of next shipment will be
higher.



Why not call at your Gas Show-
reoms, Street TO-DAY and
secure one of these cookers,

THANI'S

Pr. Wm. Hy. St. Diai 3466



naan eer an, maureen atinnracneneiansneitareten





| A ASE
PEOPLE P LODO YG FP PESOS DOS FPP OO AO Y

PLASTIC SHEETING
36” wide
A small but ary Amnortment

CENTRAL EMPORIUM

YOUR



LAL A AOA Oe Oe Oe,























POR SALRAT MOUNT WILTON FACTORY

ad
Wo (2) ASPINALL PANS .
One (1) 1650 sq, ft. TRIPLE EVAPORATOR,
complete with V. and Tower Pumps 38,660.00
(10) GALVANISED STEEL BOXES





vvnini@ QS 100.80

Ten



xx 3’ iiss ant eeabanisede h 150.00
One (1) New itchee Contre Feed @ SU ites"

36 Chambers 80’ square co.cc cecsssssssvsssoes 2,000.00
One (1) CENTHIFOGAE ENG. e igs Ba

(Pletoher) ooo cccccsssnecs, 600.00
One (1) Set STEEL GEARINGS saltable for 48” Mill 1,000.00
One (1) COOLING TOWER . a seo 600.00
One thousand (1,000) ft. 7” CAST IRON PIPE_per 1b -to
One (1) —" om Tron Pee ants es
One (1) Belt Driven DUPLEX P PUMP 5x”... 250.00
One (1) CANE CARRIER CHAIN complete with

Steel Slats 36” wide x 110’ BA bars chcceod a» 600.00
One (1) MULTITUBULAR ROILER 8” x 14” ... Net 208.00

New STEEL BOILER TUBES 4” x 14”





j long — each







DUNLOP TYRES
CAR, TRUCK-BUS OWNERS!

ARE THESE YOUR TYRE SIZES.

700-20/32 x 6 10 ply
750-20/384 x 7 10 ply
750-20/34 x 7 “Roadtrak”

475-16 450-17
500-16 475-500-17
525-16 525-550-17
550-16 600-17
575-16 . 700-17
600-16

650-16

500-14
400/425-15
525-15
550-15
600-15

5 650-15

400-18
450-18
525-18 :
550-18
400-19
475/500-19

450-21

LIMITED STOCKS OF ABOVE SIZES
WILL BE SOLD AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES

FOR @ DAYS ONLY
THURSDAY, MAY isi

PRIDAY, MAY 2nd

SATURDAY, MAY 3rd
CASH ONLY









ECKSTEIN BROS, — nay stacer.

PHONES 4269 — 3372

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FRIDAY, MAY

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1952



HENRY

SURE THIS ROGUE KITTEN
DION'T KNOCK (T OFF Tlf
ORESSING TABLE ?...

rl. CALL HER.
LAUR! ARE
VOU THERE >
* WANT you

SOMEONE'S WiTH .
MERI IT MIUSTNT
BE FLINT WITH

\ 14 CERTAIN! IT WAS LYING

ON THE WHEN | CAME IN.
SEEMS TO 8E

Pp ~ FLOOR
;

Anns,
&:"



DAGWOOD, LIGHT
THE FIRE UNDER
THE STEW ON THE
STOVE AND
REMEMBER TO
STIR IT EVERY
FIVE MINUTES

DAG 000-- PLEASE
VACUUM THE
DOWNSTAIRS RUGS
WHILE I'M GONE
BLONDIE

THERES NO SUCH
THING AS A WIFE

4 )
AH, WHILE lv NOT BEING HOME

BLONDIES. Nor
AT HOME I CAN)
GRAB MYSELF _ >

A NICE LITTLE



FLASIi GORDON

HOLD TIGHT/ OUR
RADAR'S BUZZING! WE'RE
CROSSING THE PATH

OF A PLANETOID/

711

s

STEERING JETS BLAST AT FULL THRUS

THE SPACESHIP LURCHES SHARPLY..
7 ee ae

DO NOT BOTHER YOUR
PUNY BRAIN TRYING TO
GUESS AT MY MOTIVES /
PARACHUTES SECUNE =

IP

Snip! SNIP! VOILA /
TWO PARACHUTES THAT |] efAiaie

NOW, THEN, YOU WILL NEVER OPEN /

TWO, BUCKLE ON mee
YOUR PARACHUTES JF
50 /



NOW-YOU LISTEN TO ME /
YOU'VE GOT TO STOP
THIS OVER EATING--I'M
GOING TO PUT YOU ON
A STRICT O'GT!T WiLL
OO ALL THE COOKING

BY GOLLY-!I'M HUNGRY

AGAIN -I'LL JUST SNEAK
IN AN' TAKE A LOOK IN
THE REFRIGERATOR -

¢ ak

hal ay




HAVE A SEAT, MISS HILL...
THERE'S BEEN A NEW
DEVELOPMENT IN THE
LAMBERT MURD!

CARMODY, CAN'T \/ MISS HILL, THIS 1S JOE SEVEN...) | Y
SEE THE SENSE \ ONE OF OUR BETTER-KNOWN

OF DRAGGIN'THE } HOODLUMS.,.HE JUST CONFESSED
DAME INTO THIS / O KILLING RICKY

A LAMBERT /
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

BY CARL ANDERSON









OH! ME/NOW I DON'T

KNOW WHETHER TO |
DIE OF STARVATION -
O2 DIE OF
INDIGESTION -
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ME ANOTHER CHANCE #



PAGE, SEVEN



69365059085 (3S
SHOP HERE WHERE you
BUY AND SAVE

Pkgs. CREAM-OF WHEAT
CORN FLAKES
MACARONI

» PEARL RICE
Tins PATENT BARLEY
» PEARL BARLEY

ROLLED OATS

TOMATOES

TOMATO JUICE

BEEF SOUP

CHICKEN SOUP

OXTAIL SOUP

CHICKEN SOUP with RICE ¥










|



SOPOT

IF YOU-—

FEEL LIKE
THIS —
TAKE

WINCARNIS

TONIC WINE

AND FEEL

4,

BAKED BEANS
PORK and BEANS
BACON per Ib.
ESCHALOT per Ib.
PICNICS per Ib

STUART & SAMPSON
(1938) LTD.

for Best




RECEIVED

Pkgs. Tate & Lyle Castor
Sugar

Sliced Ham and Bacon

Lge. Fa Small Tins Vienna

usages
ne, Goddard Plague Pow- .

ler

Tins Stove Polish

Tins Heinz Vegetable Salad
Pkgs. Bridal Icing Sugar
Tins Gelatine

Tins Asstd. Sweet Biscuits
Tins Pineapple Chunks
Tins Strawberries

Also:
TIN HAMS
Special price to Shopkeepers
&



OSS SOOS SSOP PPPS OOO SS

JUST

LIKE THIS!

BE HEALTHY
& HAPPY.

IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL

All these things get from - -

INCE & CO.
LTD.

8 & 9, ROEBUCK ST.



SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Thursday to Saturday only

SPECIAL OFFERS are now available at our Hranches Tweedside,
Speighitstown and Swan Street

Usually Now
$13.70
8.20
4.80
47.00
4.00

Tins PATE DE FOIS

} Tins HEINZ SOUP ?

TOMATO — ONION §
Tins ANCHOVIES
Tins BROOKS PEARS...
Bottles VI-STOUT

D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street

Limited Quantity
GROUSE WHISKY—per case.
—per bottle..

” »

COLONNADE

a
THE

GROCERIES.



SOME LOW-PRICED

NOVELS

BOOKS

ae

AUTHORS PRICE

Song of the Mocking Bird Anne Duffield $1.08
This many Summers Joan Henry $1.00
Gentleman’s Agreement Laura Z. Hobson $1.44
The sea is so wide Evelyn Eaton $1.08
Lillian Hatley—A Master

Romance Marian Cockrell $1.00
Black-eyed blonde Erle Stanley Gardner $1.08

VE

ADVOCATE STATIONERY

Broad Street and Greystone, Hastings




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PAGE EIGHT



La Mirambule Tipped
To Win Today’s Guineas

(From Our Own Correspondent)

LONDON, May 1.

A RACING CORRESPONDENT despatch datelined
Newmarket, Thursday, says France should complete the
Guineas double in the “Thousand” here tomorrow. Our
own fillies do not appear to be anything out of the ordin-
ary, whereas La Mirambule has a consistent record which

suggests a touch of class.

She won all her three races as a two year old and that
qualified her for the mark of nine stone four pounds in the

French Free Handicap.





SPORTS

The Barbados Advovate
will award a book on sport
to the first person who sends
the correct answers to the
following questions.

1. CRICKET,

Name aoy player who rep-
resented Barbados, Trinidad
or British Guiana in the pre-
war Triangular Cricket
Tournaments who made
“spectacles” in any one of
the games in these series.
2. FOOTBALL.

Can a player carry the ball
in his hands over the goal-
line, under the cross-bar and
between the two goalposts
and yet score a goal?

3. RACING

What is the minimum
weight that can be imposed
as Top weight in a Barba-
dos Turf Club Handicap
Race?
4. WATER-POLO

Can a goal-keeper stand

That La Mirambule has made at
least normal progress was proved
when she ran Arbele to a neck
bver a mile and a quarter at St.
Cloud this month. My news from
France is that La Mirambule ?-
resents a good thing if only the
St. Cloud rate has not robbed her
of some of her speed.

It is unusual for fillies being
trained for the Thousand Guineas
to be run at a longer distance
than a mile and from all accounts
La Mirambule had quite a hard
tace. She was up against the best
filly in Europe and the pair had
the race to themselves at thé
end of last season. ‘

It looked as if we had a filly
out of the ordinary in Zabara,
Her only defeat was by Constan-
tia at York and that was over five
furlongs. There is no doubt that
Zabara would have won had there
been another furlong to go.

It was disappointing to _ find
Zabara being trounced by Lady
Sophia at Kempton and that was
strongly at variance with what had
been shown over the same course
last year,

Zabara was not wound up, in
this year’s ra¢e and should strip

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THE VANQUISHED Jacques Hairabedian, French cruiser-weight champion, appears to be paying -hom-
age to his victor British middle-weight champion Randolph Turpin at the end of their fight at Harrin-
gay. But Jacques is not conscious of his actions. After two minutes of the third round he stopped
one of Randy’s “right hand specials” and the burly Frenchman's interest in the fight was ended. The

fight was part of Turpin’s preparation for his contest in June with Don Cockell, for the latter's British,
European and Empire cruiser-weight titles.
Turpin was four pounds over the middle-weight limit, but was still conceding over nine pounds to Haira-
bedian. His convincing victory showed that he can still give away weight and win.

HOME SPORTS REVIEWED

on the bottom for the pur-
pose of defending his goal ?
5. TABLE TENNIS

What are the measure-
ments of a Table Tennis bat,

to much more advantage tomor-
tow.

There is still no evidence that
she is as good as she was in hed
first season and she would have
to be at her very best to be able

pecording to the Laws of to cope with La Mirambule.

the Game ? Primavera was a little unlueky
NOTE: All entries for not to win at Epsom last week.

“Sports Quiz” should be {| She will be much better suited ta

addressed “Sports Quiz”, this straight_away gallop and on

altered terms should be capable
of taking her revenge on th
Brighton Beile.

Refreshed had to be hard ridden
to dispose of Tripaway at New-
bury and there may not be much

and
by 12 noon on Saturday,
May 10. The correct
answers and the name of
the winner will be publish-
ed in the Sunday Advocate

of May 11. je age roan a gg Tripaway was
Each e must be more backward.
accompani Oy A COUPON The doubt I have about Trip-
as Set out below. away concerns her ability to stay
a mile. I think Refreshed will do
SPORTS QUIZ 80.

Frieze gave a good performance
when beating some useful colts at
Stockton but I cannot advance
the claims of the Aga Khan's trio.

Nicky Nook sprung a surprise
when winning at Thirsk and 1
think Primavera will stay up hill
better than Life Sentence who
beat her by a head at Epsom.

The best of the home-_trained
lot who have not been out this
year is Queen Of Light.

Some of her form was very
good but I found it a difficult
matter to wee her up.
‘was much to like ge 4
wood Vietory when shi
too well away,
smart performance when winning
at Newmarket in Autumn,



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Play For Knockout Cup



The following players have
been selected to represent the
above Association in their

B.A.F.A. knock-out fixture
against the Police on Thursday
next :—

Goal: R. Pinder (Rangers):
Backs: D. Haydes (Rgnmers |; R.
Denny . (Rangers); C. Phillips
(Penrode); E. McCollin (Pen-
rode); D. Norville (Malvern): E,
Linton (Rangers); C. Jones
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R. Thorne (Penrode); C, Year-
wood (Rangers).

Extras: H. Clarke (Penrode),
B. Waithe (Advocate); S. Black-
man (Rangers).



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Some of her other form was not
so good but I am assured she had
been moving in_ splendid style in
home gallops. Her breeding sug-
gest that she will not be troubled
to stay a mile but I would have
liked to see her stable in better
form. >

Apart from La Mirambule there
will be other challengers from
France, Escasida is the Boussac
representative and there would
seem to be little in it between her
and Ma Foile.

Valecamonica was second in her
one race this season and I recall
her as a well made two_year-old
who looked like training on. _

I would like to think Zabara
has ¢ome back on her best form
in Which case she would have
been considered but accepting
this year’s form as the best guide,
La Mirambule must be given a
confident vote.

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The 1952 Cricket Season

(By PETER DITTON)
IN MANY RESPECTS 1952 promises to be the out-

standing cricket season of post-war years.

On every side

there is the promise of brighter play, a promise which has
been sportingly guaranteed by Vijay Hazare, captain of

the Indian touring team.

This apart, there is the possi-
bility that for the first time Eng-
land will be led by a professional
The impending retirement from
Test cricket of Freddie Brown
will leave a gap not easily filled
and it would indeéd be a popular
move if either Hutton or Comp-
ton was asked to take over the
captaincy.

It would not be fair to expect
too much from India in the
Tests. To start with, they are
handicappea py the absence of
all-rounder Vinoo Mankad, one
of the best left-arm spin bowlers
fin ithe world. And, ‘on their
showing against a very much
under-strehgth M.C.C. side in
India during the winter months,
there does not appear to be much
prospect of victory for them when
they have to face players of the

calibre of Bedser, Hutton, Evans

ere and Compton.

But India has everything to
in ftom going all out for victory
and nothing to lose. They have
never yet won a Test match in

England, and if by aggressive
cricket they can open their
account, the event would be

widely welcomed.

Of the English counties them-
selves, we can expect to see
three, Warwickshire the cham-
pions, Yorkshire , and possibly
Northants involved in a_ tight
struggle for honours.

Warwickshire, again under the
leadership of professional Tom
Dollery, do not need reminding
of the call for brighter cricket.
They won six games in a row
last season in the space of two
days, and we can expect further
fireworks this summer. ;

Possessed of thé best opening
attack in the country, Pritchard
and Grove, Warwiekshire will be
able to make fullest use of the
rule which permits the new ball

Lowson and Watson, wear the
White Rose of Yorkshire. And
there is in J. V. Wilson, who last
season finished second in the
county averages with 1,985 runs
at an average of 49, a fourth
potential Test player.

Norman Yardley will again
skipper the side when available.
But, whether his Test match
duties as a selector will allow him
to devote the time he would like
remains to be seen,

Yardley, however, should have
few worries with an attack that
contains such talented players as
Bob Appleyard who created such
a sensation in his first full season
last year by taking 200 wickets
with his medium-fast bowling at
only 14 runs a wicket. He and
left-arm spinner Johnny Wardle,
another England player, again
available, accounted for 322 bats-
men between them.

Replacing Fred Trueman, who
is now in the service, will be
Brian Close, the 21-year-old all-
rounder Who as a youngster of 18
became, in 1949, the first player
ever to complete the double of
1,000 runs and 100 wickets in hfs!
first season of first class cricket.
He also has another récord attrib-
uted to him—that of being the
first player to appear for England
before gaining his county cap.

NORTHANTS

The most interesting newcomer
to County cricket this summer,
although he is no newcomer to
cricket itself, is Northampton_
shire’s George Tribe. He has al-
ready played Test cricket for
Australia, and after appearing in
Lancashire League cricket, has
qualified for Northants under the
two-year residential rule.

Tribe, one of the best leg-spin_
ners in cricket, is also a powerful
free-scoring batsman and _ his

to be taken at the end of 65 overs. 4

But even if their new ball special-
ists should fail them occasionally,
there will be leg-spinner Eric
Hollies and the young Cornish
left-arm bowler Raymond Weel s
waiting to get at the opposition.
Qn the batting side Spooner,
Doliery, Wolton and Gardner,
who headed the county Averages
last year, will again be available.
And@ these four, together with
New Zealand-borh Don Taylot
who will be making a strong fight

for inclusion, should be worth
many runs,
YORKSHIRE
Yorkshire, while they have

Hutton in their side, need never
really worry about their batting
s! . In his batting careet
to-date, the Pudsey wonder has
scored over 31,000 runs at an aver_
age of 56, and if that isn’t con-
sistency, I don’t know what is.
But Hutton will by no means
be left to carry the burden him-
self. Two other Test batsmen,

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efforts may enable Freddie Brown
to wield a side of undoubted talent
into a macth_winning combira-
tion.

Tribe joins another Australian
in Jock Livingstone, who also
came to Northants from League
cricket. ‘Last S@ason he scored
nearly 2,000 runs for the county
at an average of 46.

Brooks and Oldfield, two of the
most consistent batsmen in the
country, will open the innings.
Following them will be Yorkshire-
born Fred Jakeman, whose 258
not out against Essex last season
is the highest score ever made by
a Northants batsman.

Nutter and

Brice, who plays
professional

soccer for Reading,
will be the probable opening
bowlers, although a place may
have to be found for Bob Clarke,
a left-arm speed merchant who
promised much two seasons ago
but ‘was handicapped by injuries
last year.

With Tribe in the side, Brown
himself may not bowl quite so
often, for they are both leg spin-
ners. The likely supporting bowler
is Starkie, an off-spinner who was
specially registered last summer
and is another recruit from Lan-
eashire League cricket.

First Class Cricket
Season Opens
LONDON, May 1.

The English First Class cricke
season opened on Wednesday

ith a stylish century from David % bl
fh all ggg Bac en? Ms ; | ‘ SPLENDID OCCASIONS

Sheppard, Cambridge University
opening bat.

He scored 148 runs in the Uni-
versity’s match against Leicester.
County Cricket tournament open-
ed Wednesday.

Close of play scores: M.C.C, 318,
Yorkshire 54 for two; Gambridge
University 317, Leicestershire 51
for none.—CP)

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Carlton Defeat |
Everton In
Knock-out Match

Carlton beat Everton yesterday |
afternoon at Kensington Oval
five—nil in their Football Knock-
out match. The game started
lowly but it developed rapidly.

Four of the goals were kicked)
in during the second half of play |
and in the latter part of the second |
half the Cariton players easily!
outplayed their rivals, The Carl-|
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The game started with Carlton
defending the goal from the
southern end of the pitch. Im-
mediately after the kick off,
Haynes at inside right for Everton
gave a pass to Olton on the right
wing and this player ran down
and centred across the Carlton
area, but King anticipated and
caught the ball and cleared his
area. Shortly after Lucas kicked
the ball to Reece, the Everton
custodian, who made no mistake
in saving. The first corner of the
match was awarded to Everton,
but nothing came out of it, Both
sides with this half being five
minutes old, were pressing and
trying te draw first blood. A
melee ensued in the Carlton area
in which the Everton forwards
bundled together, but King who
was always on the alert got to



the ball and prevented Blades
from scoring.

Then Lucas at inside right after
receiving a pass from the Carlton
full back Porter ran down, but}
his kick was not accurate and|
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A minute after Lucas, finding
himself unmarked, ran down and |;
kicked in the first goal for Carlton. |
Half time found the seoré at one-
nil in favour of Carlton.

On the resumption Everton went |
on the offensive, but it was ap- |
parent that their defence was
gradually weakening.

A drizzle just before the re-
sumption of the second half was
net welcome, for both sides were
finding difficulty in controlling the
wet ball. Then about three min-
utes after G. Hutchinson kicked
in the second goal for his team
on receiving a idng pass and be-
ing unmarked. With two goals

their credit the Black Rock}
boys never relaxed and shortly
after the second goal, Warren cut
in from the right wing and kicked
in the third goal. Everton then
went on the defensive but again
Hutchinson at centre forward got
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ting it from Williams and this
tume Reece could not save the
fourth goal.

The score was now four nil ana
Everton’s main idea was to pre-
vent Carlton from kicking in any
more goals, but despite their
efforts Hutchinson again found a
hole in the defence and ran
through and scored his third goal
and Carlton had five goals in on
Everton.

The game ended with the score
at five-nil.

The teams were: Carlton—King,
Kennedy, Porter, Marshall, K.
Hutchinson, Clairmonte, C. Wil-
liams, G. Hutchinson, Lucas and |
Warren.

Evdrton—Reece, Weekes, Simp-
son, Harewood, Daniel, Hall,
Holder, Sealy, Blades, Haynes and
Olton.

The Referee was Mr. E. Amory.

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Retired Company Director ^ W,B. reunion wKh hlll ^ nIir ^ UnMy latfi n #hc R REG NAI „ MYEH ,, r<1 I* '4 the *" r 11 tired Company Director fr-m %  a-nUMudent Returns Rncland and hia wiff. the Hon*ble II <-• n t.JVHNINr, trin M Vinrer.t Mri Myrr. returned to England enthly ri-uni'.ti ;i IV yeat^rdey mornina by B C -'• %  taTday evemni by the Golflto i IM Rya' Airway* was Deamond I-oyne i *' l r %  P* n <"''f 'he winter in Bar* toniht at *00 o'clock, student of Lodce School who I OA to Trinidad VJ NOHMA MflNT'^lll ba< l.-i, w-'k.' bol : left I restarday i.y R w i A She la B clerk r' M*.r aon, Hm %  %  *tm waa H Silver &f T HROUGH th* %  Mews. a The idil. < 'MMr*Ti |rn*iri( \* with badtjs What General Tin Told Knarf —All Animal* Wave litllrtrnt Kintl* ol Tailt* By MAX TRILL "NOW faks tell.," M. wa. MrrM i„ Kit.rf and Mai i Ihs ahsdowrl.iMx-n with Hi I >< bout name*. K..rr ami KiiiM laoM i M *hh RutiM npreaalen "TalUTsaid Knarf of lalfaf "All klrl*. rny h$f, all hlndfl <> J.nl" I dim't F'i|i|)(rat yuii'"' svei '""-L-lil t,'..ii (,<• runny *>r.uliful Itut %  '• >"ie id -I Bll (ail Ihaii he la ul nnytiiliie i>n hena. Ho dii-r. Hi* turkey. % %  ! %  doea the rooater." "Mr. PIITI.II." nld knarf; "are triers any flloa andt rwntei I %  'N...-MI Hr, Punch "Than whal daai H n-h u-*> Ua lall fot %  'HipIII. lall "Kur •unmiiiriK llfll|>lila lall and awa* he f"-a. Th whale haa ait MOIIMM tail When he I)I|H. It. In i ,in lift q hum mri nf Ihf wain or miiii-h II iii ipllntm And the iiiiiii urn boraot whlth i""'t murh liiirtr lln ue, ha. a Ionic, lwi.iv (all which hiUMl.t iii.l around leawaad hkf n HMhif aaaa hi. tail In I % %  1 ,i hi ,i hiaiirh." "')h." aiaaalaMd llanld at thla "i "I h"W aomethiTiK thai l.n'l %  hlnl. or a Rah. or an animal. And allll II KM a Uu. 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    PAGE BIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY. MAY 2. 1S2 La Mirambule Tipped To Win Todays Guineas (From Our Own Corresponatant) LONDON, May I A RACING CORRESPONDENT despatch datelino.1 Newmarket. Thursday, says France should complete the Guineas double in tha 'Thousand" here tomorrow Dttl own fillies do not appear to be anything out of the ordinary, whereas La Mirambule has a consistent record which suggests a touch of class. She won all her three races as u two year old and that qualified her lor the mark of nine stone four pounds in the French Free Handicap. Thai U> Mirumbulr has made at haul normal progress *' prow IHIWX FOII Till* IIMVI SPORTS The !Urb*M AiviwaU will award a book an avort in Hitfirst person who aenda tini uri'i i answer* to Ihe following QoeHiona. 1. CftlCKET. Namr any pi* JIT who rrpnwnuj Bi-*>i4~-. Trinidad or British (iulana In the prewar Triiiiiul.r Cricket I ruirni infillw h o made 'apeelaelet" In any one of the ram*" In tfceae serin.. 2. FOOTBALL. < in a plaTer earrr the ball In hla hand* over the ntaalline, wider lhe eroan-bar and between the two ffanlpo*tM and yet rorr a aoal? 3. RACING What la the minimum wrliht that can be Impoaed aa Top Wright In a Barbadoa Turf Club Handicap Race* 4. WATER-POLO Can a goal-keeper ataad on the bottom for the purpose of defending hi* foal T it. TABLE TENNIS What are the meaaoretnenta of a Table Tcnnla bat, according to the I..us of the dune? NOTE: All entrlea for "Sparta Quii" ahonM bo addrcoaed "Hporta Qafaf". c/o Advocate Sports Editor. and must reach Ibis office by It noon on Raturday. Mar It. Tho eorreel anawen and the name of Hie winner wflt be publishei| In the Sunday Advocate of May II. Each miry annas be accompanied by A COUPON aa Set oot below. RPORTR QUIZ when she ran Arbele to a neck over a mile and a quarter at St. Cloud thin month. My news from France u that La Miranibul VANQUISHED Jacqoaa Hairibedian. Francfc mil—i weight champion, appear* tu be paying hom age to his victor Bntur middle weight champion Rand^lpb Turpin at the end of their fight at Harrin gay. But Jaequea In not tonsdous of hi* actions After two mlntita* of the third round he -topped one of Randy's "right hand •pedals" and tho burly Frenchman'interest in the fight was ended. The light was part of TurplB* preparation for his content In June with Don Cockell. for tho latter'" British, European and Empire rnil**r-weight UUoa. Turpin wan four pound-* ovor the middle-weight limit, but winull conceding over nine poundto Halrabedlan Ills convincing victory showed that ha can still give away weight and win. ,".V !" ** *SS.d" :m; now. smuts REVIEWBD this ye to much more advnntagy tomorrow. Theni* --till no evidence that she is as good aa she was in her*, first neason and she would havo to be at her very best to be able to cope with I-a Mirambule Primavera wus a Uttle unlucky not to win at Epsom last week. She will be much better suited to this straight,away gallop and on altered terms should be capable of taking her revenge ori Hid Brighton B< lla Refreshed had to be bard rlddei The 1952 Cricket Season (H> I'lTER DITTON) IN MANY RESPECTS 1952 promfaaa to be the outstandini* cricket season of post-war >' %  •;. rs On every side than is the promise of brighter play, a promise whi been sporlinly guaranteed by Vijay flazare. captain of the Indian touring team. This apart, thenis the possili*sc>n and Watson, %  rear thi hihty ih.it for the fit i timeEm:White Rose of Vnrkahire. tn'dlfhone of Tripaway at Newland will be led i>v a profepsionnl therg is In J. T. Wilson. bury and there mnv not be much The impending retirement from Carlton Defeat Everton In knock-out Match Cariton beai Everton yetterUay fptrnoon at Kensington Oral ve-ml In their Football Knock-1 ..lit match. The game started' a II lovelnped rapidly. Four of thr goals were kirked during it leeond hu of play and In the latter part of the second half the CarUon pUyera easily outplayed their rivals. The Carlion goal scorers were Bricklt Lucas at Inside right one, O. Hutchinaon. centre forward, three xoals. and right winger Warren The game started with Carlton intending the goal from the Fnufherii end of the plUh Immediately after the kick off, Itaynei at Inside right foe Everton gave a pass to Olton on the right wing and this player ran down and centred across the Carlton area, but King anticipated and caught Uie lall and cleared his area. Shortly after Lucas kicked lh e ball to Recce, the Kverii.n custodian, who made no mistake tn saving. The first corner of the match was awarded to Everton. but nothing came out of II. Both %  Ides with thai half being Aw %  Id. were pressing and try-inn to draw first Mood A melee ensued in the Carlton area in which the Everton forwards bundled together, but King who was always on the alert got to Ihe ball and prevented Blades from scoring. Then Lucas al inside right after j I nig a pass from the Cirlton full back Porter run down, but' his kick was not accurate and lhe ball went well outside the! K vert on goal. First Gaal A minute after Lucas, finding himself unmarked, ran down and kicked In the first goal for Carlton. j Milf time found the score at onej nil In favour of Carlton. On the resumption Everton went on the offensive, bul It was ap,-fTorts it>av enable Freddie Brnwn parent that theUdefence was to wlaM :i :id. -f undoubted talent gradually weakening. into a maeth winning i-ombii iA dnzilo Just betore the rctton -urnption of the second half was tv I welcome, for both sides wejv Tribe Joins another Australian finding difficulty in controlling the Jock Livingstone, who also wet ball. Then aboul three rainGIVE YOUR BOY THAT COW-BOY LOCK !! W havr just Krrrived a nicr Lot of . ZIPPEES COW BOY DRI1.I. SHORTS & LONGS Chic and Smart Prom S2.22 In MSB Bad CAVE SHEPHERD 4 CO., LTD. 10-13 Broad St. cash* lo Nmthants rrom League crkstat Last leaaon n icored nrarly 2.0W runs for the county %  t an average of 46. Brooks and OldlU-ld. i And ho last in tho sj^ssd." **"" s :?££?£ srtSa/aa 3 nFjyrjst The rtoubt I have about Tripand it would Indeed be a popular potential Test Pjayar. away concerns her ability to slay lllOVC if either Hutton or Comp' n mile. 1 think Refreshed will do i„n was asked to take over the so. captaincy. Frieze gave a good performance J* !" ,d "£*** Efi. 10 ,?H to devote "the time hVould like" a Northants batsman. v.hen beating some useful colts at too much i Q H itchinson kicked .i. !..(. second goal for his team on receiving a long pass and being unmarked With two goal: I Iheir credit the Black R((ck boys never relaxed and shortly after the second goal. Warren cut m from the right wing and kicked in lhe third goal. Everton cannot adv fro-i Indi Teats. To start with, handicappeo by the absen ..ll-rounder Vlnoo Mankad of onths. liarbados Friendly Football Ass'iiwi Stockton but I tho claims of the Agu Khan's trio. Nicky Nook sprung a surprise 'T'';";"\: |j-""" m ",in i.iwlers MOtalni Nee v.hcn innln nt Wink and I"""; b ** 1 '*? '";';,•"" n,^, "oh Applcvard think Primavera will rU, up hill %  J ''* A*"*"* '"T letter than Life SdlUnea v-ho ,li..in* 'Ji>l " ml beat her by a head at Epsom. l m J""". i £ .>. i'„ m Th,. Beit of lha homc.truincd India rturlnf Ihe winter lot who havo not been out thla there does not appear to Mar Is Queen Of t.lh! uroapect of victory for them when Some of her form wa. very th.-y have to face player, of lhe •ood bul I found it a difficult calibre of Bedsci, Hullon, Evan s mailer 10 wetih her up. There and Complon Ztf&l&UtWSLfSk %  "'• "" '" %  '"""• loo well nway. She also guve a f UP the .-jnlry, will open the l **tl*"**y Y-irilley will again Following them will be Yorkshire_ skipper the side when available born Fred Jakeman. whose 2S8 w< n[ on ^ defensive but agair Hut, whether his Test match not out against Essex last season Hutchinaon at centre forward gol duties as a selector will allow him "*' h *' highest score ever made by through with the ball after gyt,. the l 'ipvnte lhe tune h would like %  Northants batsman. ling it tnrn Williams and tniv they are icmains to be seen. NuUer and Bricet who pUiyB time Rw could not save the Yardley. however, should have profess.onal soccer for Reading, fourth goal. few worries with ;in attack that ; v( .| kp lnc uiubable OU-MUIR The score was now four nil anr, •ontalns such uJantad playeri I /lVvl( r although a place may Evarton'g main idea was to pre~>b Appleyard who created such 1( ^'^ (oy,,,) f or aoi, Clarke vent Carlton from kicking in any sensationJn hts llrtt fttll seasot. u ri arm fpccd nierchant who more gcals but despite thai* rear by taking 200 wicket. „ nm .i ied much lwo seasons ago ^r\s Hutchmson again found I his medium-fast bowling at |(Ut WM handlcappexl by injurie? bole iti the defence and ran ,' K,, „„„, only 1* runs a wicket. He and i.,,t venr through and scored his ihird goat left-arm spinner Johnny W:.i it. and Carlton had five goals In on nnothCT England player, again With Tribe in the side, Brown Everton. available, accounted tor 322 li tD1 I If may not bowl quite so The game ended with the score IT PAYS TO USE THE BEST That Is why yau should buy RED HAND PAINTS We have New Stocks of... SPECIAL IHMSI PAINTS Grey, Dark Grey. Oak Rrown, B'dos Light' A Dark Stone, Tropical White. Red. 'SEnamel-Finish MARINE PAINTS White, frram, Tulip Green. MATINTO FLAT PAINTS White A Green CONCRETE FLOOR PAINTS Bright Red, Oft*, Mid Green. Extra Brilliant ALUMINIUM PAINT Hard Gloss PERMANENT GREEN PAINT PAINT REMOVER For the easy remaval of old Paint Phone 4456. 4M7. \ & CO., LTD. Iiui India i irom going all ut f*.r victors rren between them. Replacing Fred Trueman. who Is now in lhe service, will b* 11. for they arc both leg_splnat live-nil. ion wen away, one nint. |am -„ Thev have lir,nn Close, the 21-year-old smart performance when winning "J !" 11 *^; Test nwtch in rounder who as a youngster ol IH .shire Leagu, Ne nrkcl Autumn Play For Knockout Cup The following players have been selected to lepresent the above Association in theh B.A.F.A. knock-out fl x t u r r against the Police on Thursda\ next:— Goal It. Pinder (Rangers): Backs: D Haydes (Rangers'.; R. Denny (Rangers); C. Phillips (Penrode); E. McCollin (Penrode); D. Norvllle (Malvern)' E. Linton (Rangers); C. Jones (Rangers); R. Harris (Malvern): R. Thornc (PenrodeU C. Yearwood (Rangers) Extras: H. Clarke (Penrode). B. Waittae (Advocate); 8. Blackman (Rangers). ARTIE'S HEADLINE %  "HI*. "Loo*, U mf.ii. , In'* fsrget oboMl politic) and •M the line, shall w. ._.er yet .. Knglund, and if by aggressive crldbrt ibej can open their account, the event would be widely welcomed. Of lhe English eountii selves, we can expect three. Warwickshire the tiers. The likely supporting bowler is Starkie, an off-splnner who wa* specially n i"isler>\i last summer %  id is unothei recruit from Lancricket. pions, Yorkshire and possibly North an Is involved In a light struggle for honours. Warwickshire, again under lhe leadership of uiolcasionul Tom IJoHery, do not nted reminding of the call for brighter cricket They won six [jut peaMJ .,. nd %  works th 194B, the llrat pla>eT ever to complete tin ilnuiili %  l.ooo runs and loo wtcketa In m %  •.. -^s g_^. %  I'lrsi UU00 tirickt'I He also has another record nttrlb„ uled lo him—that Of being ihe hamnrst player to appear for Knel-inr! thcni. 1-efoi %  atnlni Rf NORTHANTS >ru.".Mi Opoith ounty op. The lo County cr although he cricket tiself, 'hire's Georgi in ihe space of two Auglj CJII expect furlhei summer. Cindy played Test lla, and aftei LONDON, May I Raglan. First Class ccicket •a opened on Wednesday *r .Mih a styhh cantaty hrom David if, siK-ppant. Cambrtdge Unl to (ijH-'iiing bat. is North.impUiO Tribe. He has alHe scored 1*8 rutB In lhe The teams were: carlton—King. Kennedy. Porter. Marshall, K llutchlnson. Clairmonte. C Williams. G. Hutchinson, Lucas and Wiirr-n. Kvdrton—Iteece, Wcekes. SimplOn, Haiewood. Daniel. Hall. H.IH Italy, Blades, Haynes ano Olton The Referee was Mr E Amory TO-DAY'S NIWS FLASH L-reatlng a k,: Uaag WHAT'S ON TODAY Court of Ordinary -U 4 m Bpsech Day. Alexandra Tkhool —2 30 pa. Mobile Olnama Dodos Tard, St Philip—7.30 pan Film Show at British Council —8.16 [I in. Some of her o good but 1 i I ecn moving I home gallops. thcr form was not -n assured she hn aai ived ao aiao i ML. i v, M i stars oi TMI. Bum IN mi. •> <>1N ,.ir., %  I.I.V-* l.r Ulinl.l T|,. Hill*geat that she [ will no* be ujubicd wno ,i P ; dlxl „,e county kterage nllt bul 1 would h. .-ec her stable In better WEATHER REPORT %  onrlas: 6 i" aja. Sunset: 615 p.m. Moon: First Quarter. May 1. Lighting: 7 00 pa. High Tide: 9.14 a.m. 11.19 p.m. Low Tide: 2.81 am 4.07 pas to st liked t roam, Apart fr.-irt U. Minunbule there will be other chaltengen from France. Eacaslda is the BOUSSK lepresenUitive und there wouhl MCHI In ix" little in it between her and Ma Foile. Valcamomca wan si-cond In her hist vor, will agnii. be available And tnest finir, together wiih Haw Palantl ffltli i >->i* Tayid he. win be making a strong fight inclusion many runs. >hr>uld be worlh YORKSIIIKK Yorkshire. ivliiU' OM h-\ one race this seuson and "i'recall Hutton in their side, need neve, her as well made twojear-old roally worry about their battuiK ^ ho looked like training on. strangth. In his baiting cam i 1 would hke to think Zabara to-date, the Pudiey wonder hai r 31,0oo_runs at an avei. In which caa she isidered hut accepting is year's form as lhe best guide. i Mirambule must be given a nfident vote. would havr ;ige of 5. and if that Isn't conistancy, I don't know what But Hutton will by no meai.s be left to carry the* burden himself. Twi other Test batsmen. ["They' ll Do It Eve ry Time WtnrTFST OM -N HiSTOrn>l.iion. I H-a at .iThn vanniii OPINION IS ALWAYS DIVIDED REGARDING THE SOLUTION OF WORLD PROBLEMS BUT THERE I? ALWAYS UNANIMITY WITH RESPECT TO THE HIGH QUALITY OF MAI 1 II MADE SUITS Pr. Wm. H.nr; Street Poone: 2717 COOPER (DOC, PROD UCTS) r •. % nilfS GIANT I.M—Airnl, HOPPER BICYCLE tt n a?uentine Pefievespain.of THE BARBADOS FOUNDRY LTD Mhit,. Park Road St. Michael Workshop : I.VHI .. IS50 1, taa Uaodaodcl R,Unsa P.l.-Gr, roorfo t i P a a i n Ml NEW TROPICALS THE BEST IN ENGLISH TROPICAL MATERIALS IN NUMEROUS COLOURS AND DESIGNS AT HIGHLY COMPETITIVE PRICES NOW OBTAINABLE FOR SUITS AT t. H. Mil A Co. MERCHANT TAILORS



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    PACT n.m BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRID1V. MAY 2. 1IS2 BAKKVDOSi AOV'OfiSTE Friday. May 2, 152 < %  < ral lli.li>>, ;ii CENKIIAL RIDGWAVS appointment as Supreme Commander of the North Atlantic Treaty Forces in succession to General wer has been rightly applauded in Europe aiid in North America. It was right as some ol the London daily newspapers stressed that the Supreme Commander should be an American, since the United States was bearing the greatest part of the cos* of Atlantic defei-v. It was righ: too as another British newspaper pointed out that the Supreme Commander should be a good soldier rather than be a good diplomat. But even though the lines of Atlantic defence are now sufficiently known and planned for General Ridgway to go full steam ahead without needing to practise the kind of diplomacy which must often have been necessary for Gener..; honor, even in this field President Truman s choice for Supreme Commander seems eminently qualified. When General Ridgway went to Koiea at the end of 1950 conditions there were not only unfavourable strategically. Relaliu: l tatwaan American and British forces were not as good as they m:. been. One of General Ridgway s first actions was to call correspondents together and ask them to remember that British and American forces were doing the same job. During the last war General Ridgway served under British Commanders m Europe and one of these has already publicly stated that General Ridgway was the best corps commander to serve under him. The choice of successor to General E:s.nhower. perhaps the most popular soldier the world has ever known, cannot have been easy. General Ridgway. quali: for the responsible and difficult task that has fallen upon him will lessen the loss that all Europe feels at General Eisenhowers departure. The good wishes of the free world will attend General Ridgway who has now been called upon to fill the most important role in the military defense of the Atlantic communities. African Federation FEDERATION as an evolutionary political system is still exercising the minds of British statesmen. Not it is true with relation to Europe. The British still contend that their constitutional relation to the Commonwealth makes political federation with Europe impractical But federation for others is still widely championed as a necessary step towards greater efficiency of government. The Dominions of Canada, South Africa and Australia are all federations although the pattern varies. There is a federation of nine Malayan States and federation of the West Indies has been championed for nearly eighty years. Onlv this vear Ux Secretary of State for the Colonies invited the British West Indian governments to attend a conference in London to decide whether or not political federation is wanted. Little interest has been displayed in this Invitation by the people of the West Indies and the general attitude of those who take an interest in the subject seems to be that talk about federation can do little harm. While the subject blows neither hot nor cold in the British Caribbean it is producing quite different effects in Central Africa. A meeting in London to discuss a proposed federation of the two Rhodesaas (North and South) and Nyasaland has been boycotted by A'-icans and discussions are taking place in London without African participation. Two motives seem to inspire the African boycott of the present London talks: feer of racial apartheid spreading via Southern Rhodesia from the Union of South Africa: and ambition which has been encouraged by the advanced stage towards self-government attained by the people of the Gold Coast. The main argument in favour of federation is that the resources of Central Africa cannot properly be exploited for the bene. fit of Africans and Europeans alike except '"ipngh a federal government. The present proposals for Central African federation are proposals only the decision whether federation should be proceeded with or not will be taken at a conference to be held later in I.ondon this vear But the advocates of federation as a'svstem of government lo be supplied to British dependent territories as they advance politically cannot be heartened by their experiences in recent years. In the West Indies the little interest shown in federation seems to have been almost exterminated as a result of Britisn Guiana's blunt refusal to participate. In Central Africa the greater part of the population, the Africans .won't have anything to do with it. And in Europe German and French rivalry will remain as long as Great Britain refuses to enter a political federation of Western Europe. Federation which still works well in many countries appears to be losing favour with many and it has never received more than passing support in the West Indies because too little attention is paid to communications between the proposed federal uni;s LONDON LETTER' Little Old Lady liked Very Fasl Cars By BKVI Kl El I1AXTKR and Elizabeth lor • %  throne of England became a danger to MM : gag. .,„. ,, --, ,r' %  "' ">c been turprlsed if the realm and that Mary was a party EnsUAforiuilaSVSM^X! J."" !" aasunbly had marched lo li. various plot, lo In ale %  rumPn. ££££> £?*£%£! *on_ SUtlon "d taken th. Eh-bytl.. The blood of rood gjg. Kn^on^^Mrrfs^E < Scotland. < !" <" ad, !" bain, .piltod story. I an. aware uS 1h,e ilasri nm nm "-turn. ""1,' don't ttlnk we ahould b. the word -aSuuandbwhan dSe Bu d,a "**" M all. Their unduly tender toward, th. ladle, so deUberatelT A, wVsav !" Farch.utTro-, 1 1-n.ouaUie. were "> ,Q"|onjDer.l, betaus, Uament ' take thm to "*_*£ ac their Mines in Berkeley Square JJf It all goes well w* shall see that Park L "' %  IleUjraye Souare. wua jrand. old lad> In They were Chairmen of banks or "WJ psSatM By It M. MaeCOLI. WASHINGTON, A LITTLE old woman who kept 27 cars anil own baron, ana Threw always walked out to them over red camel of Elizabeth nas died in her 70-room mansion. hjrstgf on TTat wile 1*1.1 BvjrShe is Mrs. Florence Vanderbill TwomHy place of honour. We shllT shine — llw joy and the aadnea. of the. such institutions and had not the c1 h i u ?' h J of the Ce. Queen Mother. As for the Oueen sufhieit intention of ever leaving *_?•' %  ''' ,*" ~** n mling England grandchild of "Commodore" Cornelius Van;.... ..,, wttoi. I.-.. -,^,,r S a?,,eS;.ryj£SSSlt S. ..•.-. v...... ..„,,. „>„, *** ESS ....",,-;,..,;,; ,i,r,;;:,',: Kiuabet. r '^TtEJSSS^ £35 000 - " t he "" 1 !" < di and tSTiJt deelSnlfu, 'SX !" -* b ""nw tack t. the of ElizabeuT a 7!$3 trderT, Mrs. Twombly was 98 As the richest of th: da! this Is ouY^doubted OiaccV,'' %  "" •"•" '""" %  = %  "* M *"' s .,***< %  &>" and four nines wlll^SsT IKTTT certain than that a few weeks beBut Eli mb a gl i haW got a, Log brant answ ^Sl^v? cL--" %  crown mi of BisaMk as Ih, eeaM. until she v. Elisabeth** ^^ wuwn trrrr u1ll ^ ln OUXITy •„„, fjgotaaked her to srsn it provisionally. Somewhere m the oroceedinri l ** rf ,h *' *** "'" lld b .! J ~^! ? d T,li ** dW '"rsea Burleigti the scholars of WeatraiiiawSehoo. no "hrabeui II but Claabem I. at once cut off Mary-, pretty head. ui: "Vlvat vivai itimlv. w h,v already had a prealaatnAre m lo denounce him for the EUzabelh'" When the QueerTTSf *" %  ,ro "* 1 • nd **• •PecUn a get? •,„ „ y^ m ^u^, „p. cends Ihe three su?ps in the Chanmuch tuw ** e tater on. nal iiuniaaaaent. but otherv. tse mechanics who maintained her cars—all Engtel a sweep of strinas and a ehfwat "** Scou do not .leny Ihe exis-7*ry*s ry exUleoee threatened u.k ^tl .> .„J -n II*. fw( j oulbur,! win lift hw 4 the wSJ. •*"" %  "' ^""beu, I but their case the life not osly of QUabeth but I llsh " m oon nd "on crested. wmj, ^ A ... uwoueo. of_E"uoai not only politicaOly r.css for railroading, made her anoihe H.T do I kS,w all thiiBeu< ** 1 Is it not a fact that Mars -??.,,^, ."j* "•>" of human ^•K'SfSSSKSSg. §n^^T E SSir, 3 SS^s^S*^' * •*<> %  >**. i># , her m, abeUi li ween amj^,, jhould ha. teen aeeared by r J"**? l ' Ua not know what lo her monev. st eTu^Sy wr-iTs: sFSfi*" £~% %z Sho p*'" h ,r butto !" £ M • ** %  B ui to ihai it was a tad jeed. Bui why SL.*y* T***? BrtB %  MP that chef Joseph Demon, who had worked with In fact than b only one shadow WM * "baajaa? ? % % %  i T Zn TtebSE? and" Escoftier at the Carlton in London, she gave are. to StTtlSS* Tc£2, 'from Mvy *"*~ S ~" rSlV 'sWdSla'V^an'^mSiS £15 " *'* ek SaJi ""^^ £ <.>0 a year. teasa* 0 !"^"tL? 0 *' "* V"— *' w " uwreased dsfSdeiwe I now of two races borne stwh woMtrous AFTER a visit to England she built, in New g-bu. I iSSe, STZZZS* 7TJSS 'Sr&rZ'ZSS. TBR-B we , *, ^ J *>a lw !" ,nilon.do.ta, es,a.e copied •V. ._ %  ?? % ** r co*e* mio betac Miry w* the %  o< rtaUalamod, wrtMeta of CliubeUi i wj-osc from Hampton Court. It cost twice as ir.'.ich 2^'. f ? 0,m th Nonh *M ** ..?. to iwt aside tbr ieorreija n U IRh century .. OM .ftaiMi start up MMAin. ^^ r ^LtVl T*" w>, that a neat sjirdolhov 2K2^ ,n -T wjdera.reafSr*. km> y t AM JS the mil lion-dollar beach place she aUo owned at swank Newport in Rhode Island. But. though she led society, she permitted no photographs, and the money she gave to such a laiianiiii of tb* mmmmt Bad no Ttnlfcl -JW praiw Shs p ** n "• Bsattta old and h*d only h.d oaar yar for fear of defucrmtkag n an U ui &3 l 2eEr T 2= ^tlSr^ia'BSS ^n= Z&ZrZ Srg£.**r — "ever publicised. ^K_,'. !T r SS %  !: p a*! I of t}ueen Eiaaw.h l of Tagliag Her great love to the last was fast cars. deacTZTfac. IS^ST^St of T rwere^.^^. ^ 0 ,X3: SJ2?^ " *' **" E>-en in her nineties she whizzed round Ihe to apeak r, uve Scot with perhaps tmj Oval skoa. war, she r ^^'S^S*^= JH ^ wb >V Th7!S^f i?*fjLT IT **-'* •*? "^ %  "* %  %  were J~ E aSS-^SLTli! T* 111 dark-brown waters of the Missouri oeot is an boaesl man. aa agraeased fay gsnaa^sseaai asal taat aaMai aav saaaorat an new Zea_. my yoaah when I raid pianos c towns and viU.ges are "• *" "•" the Seats Mhn> hintMe dT ?r^ ""•^~ %  *• !" Scores of farm families have quit. feat at tW hands of the %  *,* •* aam aow on the . aehs Bui da dageal rhiag. aW ^*e_ ^ iron g a ta imm a al eai of meet the payments. Li-ered the piano. SturdjBaee Therefore in the Scot, we are Preaented with n .'..' %  y .... i baaatoslf there is also a stnau—. :i-n Bfcsaa 1.. S.:-i %  gaaaaj •elvea. Lei %  AN" AMERICAN friend said to me exasperated!y:."In Britain you queue everywhere wteept in your banks. Here, the bank is the Ionly place in which we Americans have to queue." Its too true. Arierican banks have special windows set aside lor women customers why (Why? don't ask me), grim cops patrol'.ing ** r **^ *e aisles, their guns in evidence, and or?an musk gently piped in to soften the blow about your overdraft. But you still have to wait and wait in line to cash your cheque. • k HEADLINES: "Kremlin disliked by Indian ra y*ie-" "Two hundred thousandth rotated Korean veteran home, is given glass of milk." \ "Palace date hangs on Bette's TV debut.'' • • • LONG ISLAND police are talking of "deliberate pigeon sabotage." On the eve of the %  to^much neighbourhood's biggest annual homing, Sfa**t'bonaij pigt0D racc F^tsbna unknown make off wilh a"?ewaw7L ~ *'t irT %  •"* lanlug, nu. . "• doing another of the same. Entitled "The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis.'' it is a collection of 30 short stories with a college background. i ha* atra, befeee be w-aa aaade • and was beaasl H i nil as Pttaal H -:i-cr There was the awaxnrial Hasf ^ Sr.. l > ,, > !_?* •">• %  sad to Buraa. the brWc-< aa dsi ^ ,, .^JJL iJSJ!?JSj2 *> %  Haggis, the ewarthag cf Use saga, %  %  — —" SShi Okl ?.-*:*-.:.'.'I j i: -• s] Our Header* Sajj BnHtt And Bulhthoba To T1W Editor. The Adrocare. s.r.—I nouced uh attention If 1 e .T r,tp r u P" %  *• Adcaue i Sunday last, of that < PKture. .OKU! to begin f ho1 n c m Barbados, and I was eonsidably Mit F cts%v1 L. ^ hat o B. fell able b*j it. amorai other natnta, as -reverent"-the whole ptu*s* was, "marked bv dimity reverencr. intearity wh*te%rr that may mean—and gooi tistc may I commen: on the matter: 1 cmiastonished that e\-en Hollywood producers could | feel happv eve. a picture i thjt theme. I remember seeing -.he announcement, two or three months ago. that such a Urn, wuh the uUe Kinr David's Love Story,' was %  Man H M nil .' -.\i. ,.:i.i an r ; ,i ui* whether our somewhat iimorou l..^'. nwrs *^ jl d P*it for aariatlgtt en in Barbaric*. For King DMVM'S intrigue with Bath*hebj. wile of soldier-hero Uriah, ni to my mhid one of the most luaUui, treacherous, and cruel episode* m ouaaan stoty. and comprable to the famous classical story of Tarquio and LucreUa—but, alas for feminine principle and sacrifice. with a very different reaction from that which invested the name of •rift, undying honour King David, now Idle and decenerate, waxed fjt and wanton, while his brave men faced hardship and risked their lives hi the bauletront with the rhn.al.iiao, coveted and stole the wife of ht" loyal henchnuui away In the figl.t;:.g Lne. and thru cunningly aani a lneasagw to cynical heartless Joab. Capt;tin-Genei.tl of thtArmy, to daapatefa to him Uriah on the pretext cf bringing news, of the progrestj of the fghtini-. but realty so thjt he mieht visit his home and wifo and be credited %  his (David's) adultery. Bu. Uriah did net fit to with this crafty plan. '-d to accept a brief. £hday whlW has^^^K,, remaining at the fnnt. facias wunds and death. Thewupon %  *KTH tnstnirUons, to send him to "• battle line, and leave him ^V*^"* <> ** amick ** % %  t^H^^tr^^** a pian to free from sn wucxommodatinahusband itn-l make her zssaazx ^ T ther ewr %  m " coldbkoded and cruel progTRmmeT now low had the mighty fallen! David, the charming ycqng shepherd, minding his fathers necks m the lonely pastures and singing of the love and care of the Heavenly Shepherd—David, the heroic stripling visiting hi* bacthers at the battle field, and rebelling indignantly at the challenge to the army of Israel by th* tiant PlUhsiine. and cleverlv Uy. ing him low with his sling and C lie—David, driven from Ihe kl Court, by the savage jMlousy of King Saul and hunted In the wilderness, and y.t ,h,\r.lrousry refusing to harm the "L-ord Anointed'' when in his % % %  i. wHb so manv generous and noble qualities and with such fine spiritual percentlou .-.nd Rodljelevation, now the central figure of so sordid and shocking a dramal How low. Indeed, had the mighty lalleti' Again I aay one wonders how Ihe i.im actors and producer*. ever, at Hollywood in the U.S.A.. could plan to carry through a picture on that story. Yours truly. F O April 29. 1H3. Emigration The aTdifor. The ^droeatr, SIR.—I have read Mr. Godson's further contribution on this matter. Witt, interest, and his views are appreciated. The subject lead* itself to end%  ^Sm^^S ?er^tiaf 011 IN NeW Y rk &,at d VerS wh0Se "*""• torIt u, moreovar. not a subare revoked by magistrates will now have t p^rm^KStu^s^n'r, w ait a fuU year ^ fore a pp ] > in f or rcin WJtoU. My contribution might statement. If the cases arc flagrant thev may U) The nie ?;SS„ M ahould' ""*" ^ them baKk at a "' And a PP li !" n ^ leTiSI — *i! d e • fieW ** P P.nsyln,n Drainage and sanitation too are Ulls week-end I saw thousand* of noticets tacked to telegraph poles, forest tr<\ the sides of barns. "Danger*" they cried "lie ware of rabies." There has been an outbreak of rabies among foxes this sprim: and tW of adults and children have been b II m • • • IN a Philadelphia railway station on Gouil Fridiy a choir, iiarbed in sMUfrtroisg, sang hymns and spirituals. Passrnji.Ms llploajd put to buy thoir tickets, and asked questions at th information booth In whispers. * '* „. THE HUMAN -TOUCH. AnwrtcaiU like 1) "r un^ a ?^^ca?fe l ^1S| r^OU bou, W rm K •>" "'"PP !" rt in a Washington bar a group ol p siiw^.^.swaKbfS^.S! Ihrt-wB-ww, raund inapprec.ai.ug the nature of the St. >'< 'ht British b. till Bgt SJSSi *' l Sa M ii-£S* n ', .'' ^ -wlftofcn aesires. via operation Surinam -i • . teach us an% !eaon? > silence was broken by somei M Yt ^ %  ECONOMIST' j buddy U s vnrm "And lha.fi llir way f\ 1.5.52. " meant to'.e." rejuitu-d the M : I sanitation too are not usually as simple as in this island when.he does not have to bother unduly about his neighbour's water. Setllinmnt. therefore, by blocks appears to teach us any logons'.* < %  *> Sue of economic holdine must receive careful ennsideration AKain. the old conception of three acres ami a tow will on| v apph here Ugh unit value crops are grown. .*. (5 J^^rmtorr work among the settlers must stress the tmporjaaw i of co-operative endeavour' Deflmte suggaatlooa ware made to tnaure this. i (8^ Vo special merit was claim'-.Ideas put forC. S. Pitcher & Co. STERNETTE DEEP FREEZE 3.9 cu. ft Capacity Hermetically Sealed Unit. 5 Year Guarantee. PRICE 425.00 DA COSTA & CO. LTD. Electrical Dfpt. ievr*!CEs; Are Slock Features Da Cosla's. m Our new WORSTED SUITINGS embody quality and desicn—Fancy and Pin Stripes. Pick and Pick Weave and a variety of colours from which to choose at prices markedly keen! FOOTNOTE : Cream Gabardine has arrived in all the splendour of its original quality. DACOSTA & CO, LTD. BIGGER'THAN-EVER FOOD SAVINGS t^Jfcw Wawfcu&e SEASONING Madras Curry WlilU Peppvi Black Poppor rtna Ball Oalary Bait Mango Bauce M*ii no Chut nay Mayonnaise SWEET COUNTER Rich !* %  nit ('.k. Bbaia'a Tut!—-. ClioroUl* NulJt PvanuU Shall.*. Almonan I'lt'iniiK Hmbaaay OlgaTettoB Otiiirvhman r*lcarl oi. un Mr. Red Whiu ninBaana ate. 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    "! %  FRIDAY. MAY 2, 1S2 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE FIVE C'tee Formed To Study Local Govt. Bill Bill To Be Circulated VESTRYMEN OF ST THOMAS at their meetins yesterday criticised the Bill to make better provision for local Government in the island. The Vestry received a letter from the Chairman of the Select Committee appointed to consider and report on the Bill, inviting them to send to the Committee, not later than May 19, a written memorandum expressing anv views or comments on the Bill. I. Collins said that he had — 2 Months For Stealing From Grave nwfvmvs not yet in a ropy of the BiU and therefore could not offer hf x strengthen ourselves future of the West Indies. n d go forward as brothers and of ? w T\"Z iha } thc tu,UItrlct as it should be. What ear.n v • %  n-— ?. mrta TW-iHet %  !?• —M thing to the merchants and the fae'i.rv owner'. "For that reason again I .v". % %  : 1 more than welcome <.ur Trade Union friends from the re*i of the West Indies nnd hope thit visit* will be Intorch-ingcd frequently." Visits Every Year Such visits should not be onre every three or four years. I.ut every year. And the movement NHng kept alive would assis: In the Interchange of visits. That wd-. why. too, they should strength'-n the Union and their friends of the Gums Bleed! niBodiDi Gurna, Sure Mouth ad UKaa th* I..U1 Iron alaS ruarant.jMssan sseat aaaha jour mouth <• %  i, and auivu /our ftb or moar I ... k on iiturn ut empty ini !• <|*i HARRISONS Placed On Bond For Wounding Everton Bynoe of Deacon's Hoed. St. Mlcliael. was yesterday placed on a bond for a period of three months In the sum of £1 by His Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod wh found him guilty of woundlit* Lionel Smith by ruffing him over his left eye. The offence was committed o.i April IS. Smith told the couit thai on Ap.il 13 while he was In a shop In Baxters Road he TO "knocked out" by someone Inn could nut say who did It. He was however told thst the drfe-ndum had cuffed him during an argument. Dr. Oliver James told the couii Ihut on April 13 he ejcamim I Smith at the Casualty nnd fouivl there was a cut over the left ey which required one stitch Whtn admitted, Smith was In an unconscious COlulj'livn JuHt arritt'if from Messrs. BOOTS PURE DRUG Co. BOOTS BLOOD MIXTl'Ri: —for Bolls and Pimpl.-e. relieves Neuritis, Rheumatism and all aches and Pains caused by Impure Blood. BOOTH MINERAL SALTS FOB PIGS Boots Cs la mine Lotion. Roots Kaolin Poultice Boots Glycerine and Thymol Mouth-wash Beela Sterile Water for injections. Boots Syrup of Figs. A well known Laxative for children, relieves constipation in adults and children. BRUCE WEATHERUEAD LIMITED TO MOTHERS !! Wc Have a Fine Range of . CHILDREN'S HAND KNITTED CARDIGANS i.l Lovely Colours and Beautiful Drclgtis A SPECIAL "ROYAL" PATTERN FOB THE BOY • Priced al *g.0#), $7.00, M.S0, $4.00, M00 Each CAVE SHEPHERD a CO. LTD. %  1-'i DtOAD ST He fresh iny A In vigorating TRIUMPH OVER PAIN vnnmt-nt rouKw nmmmt m %  AMICIH' How dost ANACIN relieve palrt to tux, so effectively I A tew yean ago leadini icienilm dltcovarcd that the lecret li/ In the exact balancing of three hmoui medicine* (Phenacetm. Caffeine and Acet/halkyllc Acid) with s POUSTM ln|redlent—QUiNitir And 'AnsclnV Quinine act! ir-Hvg. Palm from fever Coldi Hvi


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    PACF an CLASSIFIED ADS. TEL£PHO*i DIM) < i. int. imp wu. Han. D KSQHH 1' i fun>n| t-aye the rw,.!, !" „r M: "end. Jacftnwj .11 ir. a <•' * menu* v.Cca.-! 1—eU. IcMldn-ai. Mi and Mm ilfard. Mr. and Mn Ror I J.*.S* FOR IIIVI HOUSES UJUACH ( OTTACJK ..r. Hi jam*. COfaH, Leriact baiiuant. onei All meali and iT""**" "WPli i a frotn main hr-uae Om Teanylione ltpaveonahle i-cm. t .vitiat* cou^lt. ^jftlt Piili|aiihee-. CIJT^ u ass-t 1 OH SALE AUTOMOTIVE <% M, "St.**: 1ST iI. t MI IMMI BAJtBADOS ADVOCATE PI HI 14 S\l MS RRAL KSTATE E feftWtoC a-ater. e*etr;vW (|| )*(„ „i_ _„ Ml "I 14 VOTI4FA ; ifr*". -,.r,| asnaA k Car Mn CkaM %  H •I Ml' vi.;.r. „ „., g ( '"" 3 be^roaaaw. Dcwmw Hoean, W C -•raj and Barwanti IIHI.L Dta< aatfjl Waa.rn.UI NRV. Itounl. Ca. p..r St "icn. mm May i.t . NlWHAVia Ciana caiq 4 I n*eta Pull, rUniahed. ubUi Plant. w.lermi.l supply. DtHil,t Garage, thrar m*"! r ^*" Fwr **•* • !" •*•* %  , looer lat Phone *.? %  TRINITY COTTAQt-Pullv n I'I II„ I m.NOTICK %  **y. a-iii iw tait4 m uractee and Saary eon, toe nau rate with ..lulii. weier** Aopl !• o Pox 0t, Port %  Win. Tfthaded x 4 •: n WORKaWOP M HMMfB '" r\6 ANAO**-Vmioai •* -i. ai i M ,.,.,„ %  round eeerntlal Appi> %  Jeetric Sal*, ft Vrvlcr > SB.4 SS-.It Ai Ai-i.t.nt WORKS ENOINCnt. icpaMr p-n,ii In Sugar Murhli, • r v rep.tr work drair.blr Applicant %  kNMIM,. .4 .en rHevrinx %  ""I 'I%  1. i i tfe nkrti nn-t h.It application b* 3lat Ma, . i mannato HJar> *nd other^condition., nop, to Tli. The BHrkadoa Paundry. U" %  J I" B,ix 41 White link UtHfl I'tldaVtown. DaAadoa. An AnUlnnl roRC!AK ca Marh.iw _, nanl ApplaMni muit bav* anawl**)*and raatdlnc b, u partt Tin rrlattndj %o aattori %  %  naabadoa Pound,, | „,„.. i.. Whit* Taik Road, BaKbtr ld*a. i | ..; |. MISCRIJ.AN'KOUS etrh i,;.%  I'I IISO.VAI Tlir public at* baraby warned Mam •nvinc i: Hh CLARI MAVKKK t.t. HAVKES a* I do B->l I raapor>Ib> tor bar or anJIMP aata conttactlni any d*M or dabi unhraa by a wrUWn "t | | On ,... tfw jSUl .In* o( May ll'l -I IKa boii. "t o flock In lh allcrna-n -ill be >id .%  /ny ofllciID thhlah* t na. nap not unoVi th. ; piaiaad vall- All Hint cavUbl pirc* nt Uml c.t.. iunid-a on land* 1-... ^try and. o i -pt ii.wd ai tollawa:-. TIV ,ro. %  -I io w IIX mm. rv-uNE DOLLARS %  iND rmtTV-TiifmCETS >M*I *;. nd lo-inU aaUatactlon. la I* rt an da) i.t putatiaae. T T aWADIXY. Provcat Ma final, %  •ravuat ktarabal*! OAcc. 3Mh April, iri. LMaV-tB CAP Paali id V..,„.| •41 nodal • aaantr,. old -. '! i li-rl-.'tnr.. .. CAR-On(II p %  'adtlt. Ona %  I fl L Hijf.. %  JW Apply U >I..I 4M7 3*4 U—5n Pard in nod lloddard CAMMaaria oa/ard. Per fact rondJ%  n: mtiaada ajm. T--pnona Mas BW II n •UCUan „t ih, ABlcaL _. %  Prkl,.,. *|4 Mai, It* Aiaplh^tio^t far W M ^ ^^ Wondland". SI -o, co T aJ UU cajuuiicmiN a t*.Y. TKl'CK -Ona 111 -'ton Auatln Tru ^ pply D.V VOiT Ca Lto, *>. i. ark Road '* il i f %  ALL that Ifunaa.ow rallrd ITirri %  i Pl Ihe f>^% !" £ WtSall"^ ilflJL •?.•*"• '•* 9* awaa^iiuliw a •"•Kail l-laaL rM W 1-S • HI. a O.reaM h,, J£^,. ^T. %  oo"i. i:...,in„,"i i --i .r-.i... ,. """ '"^y2^•^i 0 .?^3r ^k,lja. to Mr'lf Q a5cS5fT *" Pw .tinner p-rticulart and lUana.aJjala i-My to>*>TTTJ:. rATVOBD 1. CO So n ltl|h Rtreet. Ui.deov.i .4 U *2'X* KOT MAXWELL COA ••'< land ninaU* liar btUaaana a J coiwmaiidknd pe-nion on Uui w rM,na: eatiaawiv* ytcw< h 4 k rock TW DrtMnf fmn t the hr> %  •Milt. T—1 whole ptape'-a 1. NOTICE PAR14H OP 4T J Appllcatlona for ona 0* %  ^ %  MHona at si Mlchaar* UI>M' ana t daa aa hatwaa n -tajai 'i, aatd I yaera oU will ad SLaid tno~ £. t-y. iwV an? tSSpT; O.? I Atf -nnaitoiaMt. ma at b* al iha ^f"* 01 1 .'* ,w *-*• %  --— !" dale if ihr:r naaWcdNtan. FclIDAY, MAV 2, 1M2 GOVERNMENT NOTICE SKIPPING NOTICES t.felUiPgL^ ELECTRICAL tha 1 — 1-ulroa.i.., 3 baUtroarna. j encloead at-B-lec*. .kJina, i*<— Salea nanlce L • Micnaal Phon* rrovr MR* *| 1 %  .nti 1 Tmraday, May Buall it litapMtkaoi I M--n • pna-y. *,,-* .7 n mWBSBi (Win 4.io- p m aa T day — *r llth to Than.' 1 luaive PurnMuia ai V-ranj ppaaaaali.ii In PW flu Mm 1 paiUra Mftaj FURNITURE Kafh S.ft IB—li KE On* D>aa> l nak.W r..b l'I tor r-.llma. AN put, -nI nolla 1 it" iCalMdlan built• I,. >trl,cl condiowner >ravini Olony D| .' %  I.a.If—In LIVESTOCK -FPUM Alaallan anippi. AUCTION By friatnieilona of the I will evil on Friday Jnd May _. ( the (ir.NF.RAL MOTOR HUM Ca>— NEUON RTREET -DE LUXE AUSTIN II h.p. 1*47 oaaaa-i; dona only t (MB ">ll. dawaaad by acrJdfnt -pruu-ioal,. i~d, work Term? CASH ^" tn '" M R AltCHFR MtKPNZIE 30 (M Ir, MISCELLANEOUS UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER By irmructlona receivod I wUI aall by entire lot of houaa_ public ._. asra sh A -a-JSi &dlte9TS K. R. Philip The tale take. p i K ,. SUeet. tieanay Tth baon 1.1 allltn B toldm* ka All l.-nta Co !>'-> SIM bath In St. i'i r *M 1 MtM Or IIAVtBOt;: A *D SHIPPING MAKTCR — VACANCY FO* GRAI* "AMET HANK CNMTABI.ISHF.D .STAFF Aptf knrU o n i arr invlird for <|, pot of Grado "A" Mechanic on th* Unp-iaWtah-d Staff of tho Harbour and Shlp-alng Ma-lrrDepirf rrrPDl. Tha poaUs penuonabls with aaiary P* rtaed undpr Graa> VI of thi Key Scale at the rate of $18.00 x fO —M SO per we*k. In addition i non-penalonabl-' coat of HTing allov inre la payable in aerordanea with %  pprovad ratas. Point of entry Inlo atala adU be determined on the basis of papariance and qualttcitloftt. Worainf unlforni will be provwad. %  ill be made ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. ;.:-.'. .;*,-,-.'.',*,.'.'.',%: Apj>cnjmant will be on probation for two vesti and %  fTnplojT-nrnl In the Public Service Candidate, should be under 40 y.ar< of ajce and should be prsciiaing motor merhanlcs with experience in marine motor mechanic SAOJMU PaOM I I OII M f STBTPUP, nd May %  • M S liraA. I4th May lass. S 8 COTTtCA. 1Mb May im %  AIMM. IK I K IMI II I'.. ?i OIUVNJEBTAD. MSI. May lb %  '1UMII TO TKIMMAU. PABAMAI AMP num.u ni INA M R BONAIRE, lib May 11IU S a COTTtCA. hid Juna |au %  A DJU Q TO PARAMARIMI ASP nniTI'lt r.llANA M a arcNToa, ism aiay IMSAIUNa TO TBIVIKAD ANp Ct'SALAO M S HBTIU. Rna A;;i HM A 8. BOSK OOP, In May |f*t. a p misaoM. BOM at to. LTU. taafe. %  0J DAKJ1WOOI> and Pbnangr n for and Aruba, M Vbiaanv M MPRR, Paanrtr-m only fa Snakna *unaaT BO. Hay M Tha M.V. "MOWBKA" wUI a '"naiad, will b. r,ulrM u cry out mdnun. -IU,. iMfiSfJ?; | 3 ? c .'"' 1 ?[* p lr WOT < Oo"""nrn H.rbour Crdt undm lh. Control '""-*. ~ rt ^,„. % %  ' hC £?*'"' C £'''. ~'>n,t CT.. II . HACK. I. ADpllcKlcn. mpportM by tmlmonlali ihoul.l b. ubmlltl on "l"' Oltn th 190i Mir. 1953. 1.I.S2—an Canadian (National Steamships nVSBj it lOITMOCBP Alllaea CANADIAN CltUIHER < ANAJHASt CONSTRUCTOtt i ^DY noDtnrr 'ANATMAN CHALLENGER .. lADVMOJOfl 1 AN'ADIAN CRUISER ANAOIAN CONSTRUCTOR I ADY nOOBOTA' M M.-i. SB Ju,. a Jana la Juaa Si Jiu.1I* July W*a IS May j Mai — 11 May — Bl May M May t JianB a Jun. — II June li J U 14 June? SI Juna H J„ne — S July S July — II Jury U July 15 July Si July SI July AL NOTICE %  M Ilka to Inform friend*, Cvf [ OW a-enerai Publle %  •— •' ny btulnaa" riacn j_Cornet CoMrtB8 attawa. I nnpaiiupat U thank yep for mppon paat and aaUaat you nuntanl m HMfb '* Bad A. L W S3L i> Loulaa Raaatta Ja._ TAKE NOTICE lhat a PetMWn to. o.-..union of ma.ru-e by fJeorBa Napo' Jervia of ProapacL in the pariah ol lamea in thai hnand baa been fL\ecl —e above Court and la endoraed with a Notice to you to enter an App—ranee .1 the aaajigtVaiton UIBce p. the C'~ Bi .d. tewa and ...> •aid wlDun faurp.,, s.a VALOR COOKER SfOVES S4wrt Buraera 2 Burner Model A (H-14 3 Burner Model $ |71 87 W S^ POB^ILAIN ENAMEL, SDfKS With Double Drainboard <& M3 4 romplete with waste and overflow NORTBBerjMD 'ADV .V ELBOW i*r* caussKst CANADIAN rONVTBUCTOIl _-Jiu. 4 JlUy 14 Jll. IB Ju Juh SB J^, • Aut | B J U |>( IB S Aua 1 An*. For further particular*, aonlr ta~ GAJU>INER AUSTIN 6 CO^ LTD.—Agent.. .u ,-t.. Price g**"^""** Garden Hone ^1 ittora City Qaraae Cn.. Victoria Si. "Paw Area-', "mered. deck, and 'Hah halra. fMBSjB KWIfllTT S i-halr* with ppri;ie filled i-vuhiuna aSaaa *.4.J* Sa <"p Ublea, rotmd a w %  Sir., aide ad alhae ti MMD J llylr up tha "Alomiie" • and be rid M PtMB t AMI etc Pnca KNKurrn LTD fra Wand ir SB.4.BB">AJ TOrnc--'Qemui wjaTopic-! aam, a !" I MARINT iWOIrrfc ,, bray Marine EiidUir. r-maear and propeller <• Ltd Dial 44a* PBtaa a?, bat. b p a <• iintor. OTupbeto with DaCoila a St.4.tS-Tn au r ..ie dtnti.. •"* "'"•' lar-'aa. %  avwrnl bar t " l ool V n • n n, • p wtlh nhlan>. turtle ihrli ban* ahadaa aevarI pony. tear, eherry. wliie. .nckUll 'tan ckampaaji.' alaei. aev-rnl detbi. .laaa aaraa. ilnoa, niulle itlcka. ua%  lardi. •Idebairaa. 1-nlv-a lotk labi-. aaaa't leaapoona. aeeerit atiituf i] 1 Kelrlnaiar Ih-ep Pt-aaa. itefnearaton. Oianar breakfatt, -*P. ua M-B tread pIMra. IM wood A l •SJSna. Tee C'.. jranaiU, ia l-ar 'ill Tli,. wortd'a flneit motor oil ".•ol. al all leadlnc Oaiaea aod Service :.tonYoii, vaolcla d—rve, U beat XJ)..*t. "Pound whetavar Site can ""V*~. IT.SSSt f n. %  : %  >. WOOd 1 U'AIKY A V irT-l MMldto I I il -'• ri_*.**ric URSB-UL n 1 1 Ttea : %  Lmn Ulidren'a RaincnaN p 40. •ate St SB and S3 ,4 The Modi %  opt" Ilroad Ktierl ] Apron. "Be itX"a—Claannf our atock of in* a-' Tata. '.B naKra, Bs M S f i'..: HeiUion Cha IiaHwa. Sinner WBgion: Rolled Tap rttat A Revoivlnil Dead Chair; UprlBM hair.: Plonr Lamaa, Ornament and '.liney T-blea all In Maho-i<. OMaa %  n4 China; Dinner and Tea Snrvlceei Hraaa and PlaU-l Wnre. Kkactil, Table .amp* and BWaaa Ptcx.Larnpa; Headed Hindi. Verr Pine De Luke On alal i lSeld nd :; 1 ph.,-, 1.la To Meal Ca < ra I -. Crdat Ann Ch.ilra; Indian i Vitr. I tablaa a (th Chain, to aafla lled.teadi In Maho* with Vmmo,, Bayt ,u.i Ptpra Ihas : injahipill. SS ertod tor rau' 1 M**lfeai. t.-edor uncnaaap irreaMrl !" !" !" TaWe. llert.ide T-Me-. Un| W.ll Mlrroi. M liam Top Table. Valor Oil *•* "-"n" HeBn.r., Rlack Boek : "Sera la. wnunt; will ba racNvad by Bnden a, Anna tBarbadof) 144 %  fay Mh IBM Purahaaer arUI be [ required to dU) up and remove 1MB ista. miiu-i I many --*,o-,'*v>5T" IIAMIKG 4 LASSES .:i the Aaunne I -I May CMaaca in aMIlmom, Ha let and Uaoa by Mi.. Joan RaaaoBa. t r. A U A I.S.TO TlfB BAR DADOS SCHOOL OP . ... BkhnUSaaSB 3-HUfoa. Car* (!>. "lil.-l .,1 W'rflr %  .' up. Typrwrlter. Ktteb~. warn tmi HH ARHIVEU Aaaiaar fthliaaeal ,f Ml POPULAR SUM OAS COOKEBB Ibeae have % % %  > heen bookrd. ••rlcea o: n h hi her Why not call at your Oaa Snow rooma. Bay Street TO-DAY aeciua one of theae cookerI ihlpr.ent wlU be %  I ORIENTAL PALACE lIEADtHIABTKPS roil nouramH I.OM INDIA. CHINA a CBYLON THANI'S Pr. Waa. By. HI. Dial 34M ,'*%  "** "*----*e-'e->^Oepo-^,V, r. SMjmOW**'*'>: %  *, %  -'PLAStWt SHEBTiJVG Mr" wide A unall bat aelfrUve ssurtfat NOTICE •at It la tha Intonuon tril ol Highway 1 lot ie pariah of Saint Pater In thla lilano mnae to be Inrrodtirrd Into th* Leel*. tire of thla IWand Bill auiluan'fi: %  >n-l C'unxi i-tl.xtei i., ,,,. ,, ai The laiat,-i lite" \. fully cupboirded Canadum styled kilchen. Floor to ceilini radar lined double bedroom flown. Attractively laid oul fanten with fruit trei and ample room for ve.et.ble.. O.rafe with breeteway to house and detached self-contained mald'j ouartet.. Taie Proeerly k .noil, and dell.Mfally sltaawd • llhln .... reach of main tmt U w.nhlnc TtH-AT. p.. isn. 2 5.5!-Jn. ffanntw.r.'i'cc^^" C l( 6 lE TRANSATLANTIQUE Silllnj. froai Southampton to Guadeloupe. MartlDlqac, Barbados. Trinidad, La Goalra. Coracao a Proaa Roathampton —DC CRAS3F."... 24th April, 1952 .. "COLOMBIE' .... 8th May. 1952 .. •"DE GHASSE" .... ,th June, 1952 Arrives Barbados 6th May, 1952 ... 2ld May, H5I .. lfAh June. 1(91 •Not calling at Guadeloupe SAILING FKOM BAKU VI,OS TO EUROPE From Barbados. Arrlvee SoiUuaapton 29th May. 1952 .... l*th June. 1952 .. .. 9th July. 1951 B£xn.?*rtninii MinjjsaiT^'itic.'i ri.\rii,\L i HIMIIIII M Car. Bread a Tata* ata. FOR SALE AT MOUNT WILTON FACTORY fas* J IMaM Two (t) A.PIN'AI.1. PANS <>e 111 ,„..,„ „ „ rHIrhK FVAPO.ATOE eomplele nlth Vacuum aad Tower Te. (Ml GALVANISED KTEF.l. BOXES Oat* ill auL'af.'J' • %  *" '* %  •• i II New Mel,-her Cab* Feed MUD PRESS one ,„ caarawooai'aaoaR wTiIr mM iFIeteaar) .. 69H.00 One II, Sel STEEL GEARING-. saBable far M" Mill 1 *• On. HI COOLING TOWEB 6M • One RWaS'aSHffi ". '" CAST ' N flPK-t-r ft .U One III LM r^oaaa Ira. ru„red r.lTTEaMNG 2~ !!J R't?1ri,P.V' r "ifl %  5 '"' "* M Steel SUU S" .idr % 110' lea, tan Of One (II MlXTtrnil I.AR ROIUta •'" MN SKXM New STKKL BOILER TIBES 4" 14*** ••<* It.*. TW. (21 II" X " Net, MILL ROLLS rack 4M.SU 29.4.52-n. HRES ARE ROLLING OUI AT THIS SALE a REMEMBER TO-MORROW IS YOUR LAST CHANCE a BUY EARLY TO-DAY DUNLOP TYRES CAR, TRUCK-BUS OWNERS!! ABE THESE YOUR TYRE SIZES. 700-20/32 x 6 10 ply 750-20/34 x 7 10 ply 750-20/34 x 7 "Roadtrok" 500-14 475-16 450-17 400-18 400/425-15 500-16 475-500-17 450-18 525-15 525-16 525-550-17 525-18 550-15 550-16 600-17 550-18 600-15 575-16 700-17 400-19 850-15 600-16 475/500-19 650-16 450-21 LIMITED STOCKS OF ABOVE SIZES WILL BE SOLD AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES FOR 3 DAYS ONLY THURSDAY, MAY 1st FRIDAY, MAY 2nd SATURDAY, MAY 3rd CASH ONLY ECKSTEIN BROS. RAY STREET. PHONES 4269 — 3372


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    B'dos Workers Union Celebrate May Day Strong Trade Unionsr^ ~1 r r Must Precede West ^ enada M Lmo !" Indies Federation 0bserve Ma y ***? %t.\\ ll.ll HI H\MII \l I1> WHEN TRADE UNIONISM is firmly established in every '"'and of the West Indies; when Trade Union leadera turn their attention to politics and become the leaders of the Governments, then is the time to implement Federation. Mr. G. H. Adams. President of the Barbados Workers' Union, told a Urge crowd who attended the big Labour Rally for May Day Celebrations at the Empire Grounds last night. "I do not believe we should come together to be run by a United Chamber of Commerce," he said and added that the presence of the visiting Trade Unionists was a step towards stronger Trade Unionism in the West Indies and Federation as the working man would have it. The May Day celebration consisted chiefly of a big demonstration by members of the Barbados Workers' Union who marched from the Union Headquarters carrying sloK ris and beating drums as they sang : "Onward Christian ldiers. • A big crowd followed members of the Labour Party who wenl across the Victoria Bridge, down Broad Street and across Baxters Road on their way to the Empire Cricket grounds. No Laughing Matter The drums, the singing and the banners all tended to stir one. especially as it seemed a solemn business and no laughing matter. Some of the slogans were, "Federation". "Self Government-Free Emigration", "West Indian Workers Unite or Pe rl8 h "Maude Bill Must Pass; Vestry System Must and Workers Everywhere Want Bread and Justice." Then at the public meeting at Empire, the President of the Union and Leader of the House of Assembly, stressed the need for unity and enjoined the people not to take the attitude that somewhat had been achieved and they could lie back, but they must continue the fight as though it were in Ihe first days. Al ** p.i.ur, r.4 K l--l • • Silver Medallist Wins Scholarship PORT-OF-SPAIN, April 30. Sister Laurel Rowe, Jamaicanborn nurse of (he Maison Tuber-' ruloeis Sanatorium here has been awarded a scholarship for antituiH-rculorUs work. It li %  belated birthday gift as it comes 15 days after her birthdayThe scholarship covers six month..' study in the U.K. Rowe li %  llv ,"WdHIt from Kingston Public Hospital. Jap Reds Smash Cars In \nti-U.S. May Day Riots • m TOKYO. May 1 THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND CooimttnlM demon Itraton celebrated May D..\ with i ilut in the heart ol downtown Tokyo injui in KorvM of North Americans, burning United States-own'. nURBANDS which I can show to them ar,. impeding the Company In raisins Tne *PP intmtn M made himself, granted an interview to ^ ?£*" m j£ m *2L lhc Cw nta **" tb 4dvacate yesterday, mu< "•* the inconvenlon Wednesday once;.,hich ha, beer, caused to the Mr Hllsbiulds ,, M A ftei .^ me shortage of Power. | iMvlni thp Speightstown Boys' I School he went to the Coleridge School whore he took the School Publi but 1 trust that w* "shall bVable'l^J to put this right within reason-flble time. It must be understood, >wev*r. that with the present ortage of electrical Plant all er the World it is impossible avoid delays in obtaining and nailing additional machinery 'The Company have added during the last few years comlderty to the capacity of the Power Station, but unfortunately the Sets installed hare given a great deal of trouble and we havr therefore not received full be.iefrom their output. The Manuturers. however, have members their Staff out here and thev • doing ih**lr utmot in p u "i matter., right. 1 have no doubt they will niceeed In doing this before long." Capt ANTHONY BROWN Suspended Sentence FRANCE May Hemi Price drew a three year i upended sentence for fatally Oionting his wife o<\*r neighbor . fid the court that he: "1 have come to Barbados foe < Contloi, ] to bring hone his the expressed purpose of trying to pf.tc.asck eean after his wife help in ending the deadlock which nu.de him sleep In the stable while has arisen over the Public Util( *he entertained her lover: ities Bill-, he said. "I have no I 2 Shot at the tover-but mlssvbuda*~of~ihe> Court doubt that th* Government will .ed-bagore shooting hi, wife. time when It t< be prepared to adjust any points %  l_-.p. PORT-OF-SPAIN, April :. HOPE HAS NOT BEKN GIVEN up thai Hie ftiRTafl will be found with thrjgc QIMWHI BIIVI 1 John E fVofc I senior reprcs-^ntalivr %  f PA A. hen 1 said to-day. Ho added "hopt ill gftaky with us for some time unless wc receive definite) information of the d'Suslei. Thtro'l always the pnssibility thai tin* pli n a\ have pu1 dOWfl OK I faVOtl beach in a river or found some juni'.le daaafitag where passengers and crew are auaitim ngflcue The StratocruJser 'he Hint utanr I'M'I Ston\\ uns As Slrikr Gott On f the kind nporttsl missing %  Und HOT New York from lliien.. Aires via Tiinidad. The hearth win esumod al 4 a.m. to-day. United State* AMOree BtS Krrfortresse*, Brazilian Alrforc. Ximlier*. Plin-Aliiel i ger planes and other aircraft lakng part in the ssstfeh also tani •ut uvor the dense steaming ) gle find mountains stretching i to the west and north. \V,:'i'...i>' n I,M %  •.; tln'ii i-d'il ' BtMrOh "ftlcials refused to glvs to bring union demands and p ho|e that at least some of the pony offers closer together but the four! feelings of union li! NVER, I • Oas and oil i i mi.ooo .. second da* AIU. only < seMltnu'iH. M.iy I dwindli-d luke Ol into it* glimmer fifty persons aboard the englned airliner survived wh:it t have been either a crash or emergency landing attempt However one onVlnl *ald he loubted there would be any sur*ne stratocruiser carried einer geney food rations sufficient 1-75 persona, fishing hits, signal mlrflareai. a surviv.il bo.*, compass and matches A thunderstorm Interrupter, the eurch late yesterday but It was umed afterward. Night flyer 1 ught the plane's occupant* might fire flares or start a ramp.—c.r. v.r offleials were up by ii Denver repreM-nt.itlv. who Mid "WP ore not optlmutie Tliousunds of oil workers walked nil the job in | throughout much of the Unltef the industry %  %  t tha isauojiwfda sMka IHtpartmrut ollirlals snid ibty srowd te.-k ,i eDurt anti %  '*' injunction ugnimtt C.I.O. • i-t unkft. union Prvsddent Philip Murray voluntarily •rod MMO m.'mben to re'uin to work. Bsi retarj ol Cosrunan i %  a Of I • 1 ut on in. it a new inference al 11 n.m. KS.T labour clrclea expn-saed dtaibt '.'uit Murray would b"* to ..nl. %  i 'I 'h araJkDUt Mtuiav wb> U Lrtkfl 'iv' *mes ut Tn, nan n ruest. had a IMnil conunoni" for inqvJri* mil n terlni pgjadMctton Mnoi indugtT) BOuroM predi.ll that autnmobUa pa 0UM totno tn :i virtu.i| halt within thiee weeks if the strike laste-l that long. Bffocta of the shut-down sfUflh ipread like a prairie (Ire throughsul th. bn i inM felt in other unlu ti lug Iti the tleel 1 %  them ... Ueag iiile<-tiiig .ilrnuei 6,000 ployeea srere hprobably will i"generally i bout r< i anri an Ntinuited ''on rlotgri Anothd) Ci.innumisl riot abn •knoul In Kyoto eriMro Hci flagavlng dernonstratora fought for %  houri with the police. Fiftyi unknown num%  i %  -.led In toil^o. ileu. ii. i .ili.. n i ned ten tJnlUHl State* aulus and iirnod ihem bv hurllns g.iwtine lied M..|ot..v cocktail" to EM i i-.ltleii. Plie .uilnweie parkctl along the I npgfial Pajaea) within n hundred OendraJ itidgway's head%  i ( .dted on the iiuiln road and overininl. The win, when they were engaged In burst of .-luli-lotdlng i^ iinst OllM United States Airforte ilnrinni innve.I with bayonets, irblnoa and rioi clubs cordoned %  IT airport headquarters across l nan Ihe Imperial Pulm-p but Reds i>ioke Ihe windows In before being Irtvon off "nile.1 States H.Q. Of%  lere.1 ;ill ein|)|oyees conflnl to low'iitown i.fllie iHiildlnga until I l .lor* threw rotten eggs at military cars sent to Uiko women employeaa to i diets —|I.P. Cominonx Approve Health Bill LONDON. M.. 1 the Hwiv of CiimiBftiw gave Inal ap|HT>vnl Thursday night to 'he CoesMTVatlve sponsored health < >ill designed to charge Britons for certain health service's they ai* n reedvIn K free. The vote on he HIM which had posed A serious Fun H lo tto Ctkurchnl OtTSS ilPl ssas *s 284 to 2S6 It is the first major piece of egtstation to bo put through the "ummoni by Conservatives since IhB) e.inie to power last Ortobet. "onservntlve membert managed to .^.ah thibill through only hy imI-II..: sintt guillotine" time limn .lelMite. The measure now % % % %  to the HIHIM> .f lord' Main charge*, to be imposed on paUenta under the new lull aff one billing for pre*cnplnins. charge* of up to fl for dental treatment and charge* if roughly ''slf the cost for such aptnUancoi .is surgical boots, surgical .-ihdotnal supports, elastic ti--kliut' end igv whlrh will now eOsg t2 1" Steel Exports Embargoed (By MARRY W FRANTZ) WASHINdTON Mav \, BU sj tl %  %  xp.i" ml ifuii 'niti-d State-, stwl -.".ilke. if long %  "tinned, would have stortdwlOa] ona on international r.ide because the United Sta'eS .... boot) exporting und ampisrting afid ated product* on a large. rale. %  gjsverunicnt step after Tuesd taa I .-.trlke started Tuesday l i th National Production Announcement of an Imnie*. n.te embargo on shipments of r. el to exporters and manufacll-ej | >f ifwiaumer durable noods . '".' 'ippli<-. for igtann The extent to wluch the inlet[Ton and steel trade will .lifted will depenJ on the lurauon of tha strike, but expertfbelleved that the steel export em...g.> would be mndltled it* -non u conditions permit. Acting Attorney General Philip B. Petlman diacioaed meanwhile that he will appeal to the Suprcnio Court to reverae the ruling bv Kederal Judge David A. Pine UVt ruman had no cunhtltutlon.il powto sei/e ttasteel mills The industry remained technically under governtT.ent cimtr" 1 because o( an order Iwucd by th e line Judne U S. Court of Appeal* l for the hearing ..-terdnv The Appellate CdU-t decided five to four tr hold RBJ > iiihng In ubeyance -"Tut enostjtutinnal '.uestiam'. can be tltxally • ei-ied by the Supreme Court. Under terms M the "tay" granted by Ihe Appeals Court Govemmeii* was given until 4 30 pjn. a,.S.T tomorrow to Appeal Pine's ruling the Supreme Court. re Certificate 'and afterwards the London Matriculation. He joined the staff of the Advacate m IM? and besides other duties, he was mainly re.ponsible for news coverage on ihe walerfiont. He recently returned fr"m British Oulana where he investigated the intercolonial schooner trade between Georgetown and Bridgetown. Four Found Adrift PORT-OF-SPAIN, April 30 Four coloured boys ages ranging from 14 to 16, named Amaii i Itodrniues. Antonio L o p e ? Alberte Medina and Manuel Co: onel were found in a small ma*! lew lifeboat off the eastern aid. of the Island this morning h ftithermen. They had suitcase i of food, fresh water and 6V dollars. The boys said that the. are from St. Vincent and we.. on a ship two months and six days and were put off last night. -C.F. AVir/ii/wi Far Finland Fund The response to Uu> Fai-aum for Finland fund so far has not been aaconraging. Have you yet dona your bit to defray the expenses of aee cyclist Km Farnum to tha Olympic canes in Helsinki nest Joiy If yon havs not, nend your donation to day to Barclay'Bsak. thBoyal Bank of Canada, or the offlcs of the Birbadoi. AdvocaU. OOSl . t&BSO <•<> Ann pre*. Ack t 709 61 l>du.n ft Taylor-i Oarags 10 00 Total Tit" es Small sled II % %  upon day to day 11 •..id they would >•> %  foTCl I l-iii (•inTntliaid in on. days. II' th Samuel Jack man Prescod—His Life More Indcp.^wleiK'c For llut.li W.I. THE HAOm Nitii-riands. Has The Dutch West Indies wil 'have a laiitf dggf* "' sadapat iein • %  mull : ... ..,: % %  %  mi MM ',I ro Wednesday. The I 'started April 3 between Hollan I md Its West Indian in'Surinam (Dutch Guiana) and the i oil refining Antilles conatstini I UN I^-eward lslandi(Curacao. and Windward Islands. the formula the Nether lands retains responsibility fo West Indian defence, foreigr '..flair* and navigati-.n regulation1 Agreement was reached on terhiiil for a Dutch Council .f Minuter*, to regulate territorial iffalrs. -tJ.P. At a meeting of the llorbados port and confidence not Preas club on Wednesday evethe masses but of all classet In nlng hurt, Mr. P. A. Hoyo* 5,poke the Island on the subject "Samuel J^ckman ; Prescod, Journalist LegWstor I Chairman of the meei and Jydge." Mr. R. G. Mapp, M.C.P. Mr. Hoyos first dealt v. it0 troduee.l the lecturer, and at tne Preecod's career as a )ournalt*t conclusion of the lectur. on the New lasaea and as editor1 questions from the audien'-i \ proprietor of the IJbersl. Hn ferred to his sucrsjasful effortr '" establish the Assistant Our: of Appeal and to his work In th' House of Aaaembly The lecturalso dwelt on his work as a if Appeal at jasentlal that that tribunal should win the supvery lively discussion foliosuch points as Prescod conditions In Barbados %  ginning of the nloeteent] the secret of his power oi ship, his relation to S 1 Reeves who eras It: son., his disciple, snd many > %  tions arising from the lecture Thoso takniii p;iri cussion v.< cott. M.C.P, V. Ml IV I. f'armlchjel, TRUMAN PRAISES EISENHOWER 1 Carmlcheel V T Mc* ; ,, aCP h( Comie, n A. McKenrie. E. Year-I w H 1 1 -xt Janu ThUflaC ? %  '".;,", % %  WASHINGTON. Hay 1. 1. JI I'realdenl Truman said -m Thur %  v.iughan. [ )l4! General Dwight Eiwnhower him in th__.,uary Is as M.ifln



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    FRUI.lt. MAY !. 15S BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE SEVEN HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON 3 ?-** \ FLINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD BY ALAN STRANKS & GEORGE DAVIES BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG FLASH GORDON BY DAN BARRY JOHNNY HAZARD BY FRANK ROBBINS PO KIT BOTKC *XSf njNV BRAIN TIPV1NC TO GUO^O AT MY WOIivr %  BU?ACMUT£S 5ECU\BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS MCW-KU LKl'EVJ TO E YQUW 4SOT TO STOP TMSOWBATM".. -I'M O-S^a -m PUT *OJ OJ snae. r oarr.' i WILL. C0 ALL TUS COOXMS •l OM'MS'UCWI CO'T %  **>" •VUFTMUP T?-> I n i siMMntoN CCMCS —' KC*Ge-:.TX3M RIP KIRBY BY ALEX RAYMOND CAfvoci CAN'T V • %  *<; % %  --. %s c ->: *> .f. SSE TUE ftf^SE \ ONE OC a BErrEC-KNOWN OF OBASSN'THB I, KOOOLUA<4...k4E JUftT CON=ESi DAME INTO TW5 THE PHANTOM BY LEE FALK ft RAY MOORES IF YOUFEEL LIKE THISTAKE WINCARNIS TONIC WINE AND FEEL LIKE THIS! 8E HEALTHY & HAPPY. 5 %  I T *W AVI (-REAK-OT WHEAT CORM nJKIt MACARONI PEAJU. RICH PATENT IIAKiJKY I'KAKI. IIAIIl.RY HOI LX., OAT* TOMATOES TOMATO JL'ICB nrar wup CHICKEN SOUP OXTAII. SOt'P I HICKBM sol I' mih RES niKL> NOOD: % f KT-AM or (HU-KRN *OUP OAHItKN I*V PEAS MIXED VKI-.PTAI*I r. IIA.N S I (IRAN'S I'-HtK %  I STUART & SAMPSON (1938) LTD. ,* ll-di|Hr. (r itm MITI JUST RECEIVED rksm. Talc A Ljle Cuttr Hagv ••it. id U .in and li.. on I f. .mil Small Tina \ irnn* Saoaatrea P*f. Goddard Placae Powder Tina Stove Pollah Tina llrlna Vegetable Salad Tkis. Bridal Irlne Sugar Tina < .--1.1 II.Tlna Aaald. 8wwl BtarolU Tin. Pineapple < hunk* Tina Strawberries Ala*: TIN HAMS Spec Lai price to Shopkeeper* All theae thlnga eel from INCE & CO. LTD. %  At. ROEBUCK ST. IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Thursday to Saturday only Nl'It IAI Tins PATE OF. FOIS OM'IIIIN arr now itvuilulil)til our llrmn Ins I .> %  < ilsjil. S|>i iulilsl.xi II mill SIIIIII Sirrel Usually Now I MI in il Qunntity GROUSE WHISKY—,.. case %  „ —per buttle Usu.lly Now $17.89 $13.70 10.20 5.7S MOO 4.50 H.20 4.M 47.00 4.00 Tins HEINZ SOUP ) TOMATO ONION | 36 3t Tins ANCHOVIES 4 .40 Tins BROOKS PEARS HZ .14 Until.-. VI-STOUT SO M D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street i 11 i; • %  o i. o \ \ A II i; I. II O I I II I I s HERE ARE SOME LOW-PRICED NOVELS BOOKS All HOIKS 1*1114 SOUK f (he Mocking Bird Anne Dntlii-lil $1.08 This many Summen Joon Henry $1.00 Gentleman'* Ai;ri 4-in.-jit Laura Z. Hob*oii $1.44 The hcii is no wide Evelyn Eaton $1.08 Lillian liar ley—A Muter Romance Marian C'ockrell $1.00 Black-eyed blonde Erie Stanley Gardner $1.08 ADVOCATE STATIONERY Broad Street and Greystone, Hastings



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    . FRIDAY. MAY i, 'U BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE THBEE Caribbean Stalin IteviewB Soviet Might From Lenin's Tomb MOSCOW, May 1. STALIN REVIEWED Rusaia's miliUry aniplomau remarked on the %  prln-rhie** of his slap %  1 ua. Xring the ,„„, ^, m >< ,„ N ,„ ura .uo,"^" 0 !" "^ Y^HL j ") J.Y*** riaid wa^WnK successfully produced in the uoops and civilians carrying ComCaribbean as a result of the work muniit banners with the names carried out hi Costa Rica by i V nd !" %  a L'fxnmungroup of XJS. botanists it is ista the world over. These* included claimed by the U.S. Department tniiit Wilof Agriculture in Washington. £ %  **• %  %  Previously, even in the moat Hi. Western Diplomatic favourable conditions attainable colony gathered at th.lmu.l in the region, more than half of Embassy opposite Red the young rubber trees were lost Souar* to watch the spectacle, when transplanted. By the new Afterward* they compared notes process, known as the "Three and lunched together. Component" method, shoots can A mil,;.. a U, e highbe transplanted in even the dxyI.KM of (he dav. eat weather, with the loss of only about 13 per cent of the saplings. Planes Roared Overhead I' w explained thai the secret ._. of the process lay In a special While erace. military units paper wrapping bound round the marched in review below, severnl young trees. It was added that hundred aircraft roared In formathe process itself has been under tion overhead tn an impressive development for about nine years. demonstration commanded by — %  •.fJ.i* Stalin's son Lieut. General Vassfly Stalin. Commander of the Moscow —^—— force Garrison. MJG 13 Jet CYCLIST TREATED HOSTAGE AND BEATEN CONViCT FREED Bf interim n Short* BlO< -i SMtARS IHt "ACS of kllsvrorU. Roberts (left), one of two onislcts beaten and slashed by iV.'. pn .oner when they tried to get a letter from their barricaded cellbloctc to the warden at the Southt. %  • %  in Privm in Jackson. At right, one cf the 11 hostages being held by the mutineers, guard Thomas I %  -ond f torn left). 33. chats with Earl Ward (right), 27, one of the convicts' leaders, before beirj released. Elliott was freed In exchange for the safe conduct of two convicts who appealed to the othrr inmates to return to their routine chores while the original insurgci.ia continued strike. (lateraaiiciieO L.B.S. Give £20 To UCWT Police Guards For All South African Cabinet Ministers 2,150 Await Atomic Blast 1.AS VKGAS. Nevada. May I CATETOWN. April 10 „, T "', 2* h 1 A j2*5 d '" All South Africa,, Cabinet Mmf" %  •* %  *. "", 11 1 b ,""*> • %  km now have a police guard 'i l ^ 3u r"" ed ^ %  around Uialr home, at night. It la *" r *} Yucca Flat provii.i: University believed for the lint time tn the rou d ",?! h "? vc V" h *" u "' luatory of the Union. nearly 2.150 curious but unairsul ol their nmmal Whan General Smuts was Premarines huddled In foxholes iade a glfl m 'ee only he himself had a lull?. sards away. Taming Of The Ovibos NCW YORK. To boost agricultural oc.-r, In his native state, an aixii "id noted jntluo,%  la gettiiiK ready for %  tup t, Canadian Ar.-hlpelago lo catch a-m bring home some musk o t. > Confident th.it the tough, 'iein.i-iding beast wh'ch he describes as somethinK between cow and a sheer in loo*'. adapt lt-*elf easily to the in< pa s t ur es ..f Nev taigJaad, he %  I in.mn> ii It) x iK-i miuJ.-u-e+iii. Its correct name is ovibos, it-. better t-iting than w-ef. id softer than sheep wool, its n 111 aa good as the IUM mi of the ovibos might be ii|nt.iiit b) tinNew Engljn tl it tie raiser as the taming of th* i m IMIB been, tfU buck. proaperlly of fanning MI > wherr KOBOT PLANT IN VIEW NEW YORK. Maximum output produced by minimum crews in uimleni factoii iea has been achieved through almoat "100 percent automatic^.* of machines In some plants, according: to n survey carried by Mct.i .A Htll'a 'Mnnageinenl and Mainteaasstm" While decisions will continue to in* man-made, machines will do :ho work ana do It even faster. with greater precision, flawlessly Int-ix-aslni; production rapacity \iill lead to countless new i • Ldl Ol nsAulateturtfur, leducing the dangetloyment through the rauiHpIg need lor nmall worklnc • rows lo operate machines In the spreading number of plant'. KEEP YOUR SYSTEM CLEAN this safe way.. . v,.-,-! mewl u Th e Loyal Brother, of the Stars, fighters twin jet aircraft. Tupolev Ff .,j „. ._. ,m B c,, a local society who Fouiuleifour-englned bombers and other FUK 1.UI3 AfltK hALL President Is Mr Charles Morrl> lcls of the Soviet Alrforcc of Sober. Lano, can be called the %  &7X£JS17 SSS: bt^TstideUTS CunT r however weaum n,„l,,,.v nhfeld S, ,illp. ~ treated at {-*£. "St^^SS .servers Said they doubled the tn *J? e ?J r1 Hos P ilal for cuts " Of the j oceMs iierial parade Included Hussia'a faincd on his left hand and ca mival than how latest MIG Ilyu,i n and Tisjx.lev forehead when he fell from his pf P20 ,*„ the Vl a^n\ Co\U- "•'** "•'*>• Tfw blinding nosh, the boilh models which won Ihe Stalin Wcyclc which i.r> was aiding aloun ()| „ ln t *.-Ututi* !t to estimated that by thia Hreball and the familiar mti.-n nrizM for 1951 for their designers. Government mil. St. Michael. Barbadian student who need* • v nln B Rbou 2M •** %  police cloud were exix-cted l-iw,-.,, n". NEW HAVEN. Russia's newebi aircraft usually Harrington told the Police that financial aid, oflloarg and men will have arrived and 1 p.m. EST weather peuni. Three volumes with 80,000 hook -ire unveiled at the Annual Air while trying to avoid a collision Mr u w springer Resistrir uf ,n ,he ,own from "f 10 "* W 1 ' "£• tiUee of works printed between Show at Tushino -Mrporl in mid!" h a ma '> "•> os control of the ^ Universilv College him wrllln South Africa. Security continue* The lest, the sixteenth nucle:.. 11>41 vml IV00 in lite Britlfc>i Isles Summer. bike and fell. th0 toclely i^^Wvwit. to urrt > und thcir movements. dctonnUon at the Nevada tesl tattf .,nd British America are now cmFoot soldiern led off around units College it jtifullv aeceuts MnIn the Horjso <.f Assembly ye^ hiw been delayed two days Iplefctl after 19 years of meticulous in the hour-long march past the amerou-. ofTer The College an, Tda 5' U*t Opposition asked why rainy weather. ., ,„ulaUng and COmplUn* The Mausoleum. Then came the Soviet The entire diplomatic corps wag thorttir* think It verv desirable r Ul1 l* 0 100 wer '* being drafted Atomic firework:, were to be II comprehensive and thorough, guide into Capetown, some carrying signal for marines fa) da.-h t>! i Hi.lii, THOUSAND TITLE CATALOCl'l-: army's giant tanks, seige guns, The ieprecentcd generous diplomatic corps was thoritles In a aporlal section n,„ a fund should exW for stueket launchers s %  ; .ft flunking the square. Those niosent dWfa,Vlio''.n-m iiwxi of un^cui'l : ^^. Minisfoxhole* within seconds u -^..i.. „ YUcM ,9,nn,r gaHnping throuvh the square to thfc Hrillsh Amba%.nrinr Sir Aivary S ffl Tr UBt Fund for BarhTdlan l "" fr0m mforni "" on hav "*' %  %  •'. tin misatary bands Gascoigiu same 4on have it has been necessary tnanafer n mimber of police lo Capetown. What the information l I am nut prtaailwj to state pub•ly and f "vi ire not praptred rd It Is )n*t loo Students"" Anolber Gift He also Informed them that Sir Brian Frees ton. formerly a aovernor of the Leeward Islands, la take made a gift to be used for needy > -I"—u.P. students from that colony. — %  ,, %  n L J The society, which sraa started In Touch With Barbados 24 years ago. held their first carolCoastal Station val in IMS. They held the carnival because they wanted to add to v the celebrations of the King's Birthday in Barbados. But they found since that they t could offer scholarships. They 'iiaoic at c"mucij. at St. Ml >o Varatri, %  I maers. • %  r. ->(ii-inin %  l' %  Flight* Qvm Sovkil Zone Of Gerniftity in .sumt'tl r. Kit LIN, April 30 Th WoHiern Power.i resume I'iglitovi-i th. tini I.HIS betwMn Berlin and tin We I uespite Ihf S.JVU-1 llght.-i pla.niattack on an Aif France .ii liner yesterday. AilFranco. Pan American Air "F,S ways, British European Alrwtiy • "* %  •"?*-*. ""• and Allied armies flew all regu Kii'"." %  V K. oiliieJf5? Jri.dulcd trips along Uu Trill % %  i-i mere and one GlrU' School. Reports from Combermnc ., School and St. Michael's Girls' a. School .-how that the scholarship holder.an taking good advantage gjJSKr. • aw., 0, M'^r'T t T '1i^i,n^ l lf '.s\i;:.'."crn 1 V„::";:' il yid. after two SovU Mtijor Noot. newimiiMei -•! .,.,,,„ ; K; w n,. ( ,uirah I ., H,-iii < K-o.eM-. .....i ... hi. .., %  --...A"?^^ hound Air rrancu UC4 three prescribed air corridor: Soviet Zone. Cotnracrci %  of o.itsli .1DMO iMiteiM nding value. The sdtolar%  i Hi *-s, textbooks iery, and daily meals from ichool. Each scholarship Is only at S Nnrut.ir. RkBI p%  lets id shell fragments WOtttsd for two years and it is given to historical '.ands and the Mobllf childreo during their lost two years Clncnill ^ly on jun 7. AlHBOkNt TRv. ;. ^t ei %  "1 ac.a Flat*. Nv.. shortly aitir • 1.. the lnrgett ever set off In the U.S., had been dropped by .1 .'—50 bomber. Army exercise director, brig. Uen, ii • ye on the proceedings from a hell'ii:: Z.100 ground and airborne troops took part in the tnaeuteular atomic test. fInternational Soundphotei at school. Miss Noiah Burton th St. Michael 4 0 School, icported of an exhibitionT nt her school: "she shows fait progn-Ks on the whole." Fourth Carnival The Loval Brothers of the Stars arc holding Uielr fourth carnival at Queen's Park on Thursdny. June 5. and on Saturday. June ?. Among the ntlractlona will be costume bands, advei Using bands, At IBs beginning, the Loyal ilcudmn.m^rthers of the Slars had • memrl ixTshlp of eight. To-day lliey have l^i) memliem. It started In the rOrm of the eight members s|nsorins a dinner twice a year ii the home of the Founder-President. Their carnivals have been successful Laa> NH*Mi. %  %  Waiiing two German passengers seriously and a crew member slightly Each side blamed the other foi the attack which Weitcrn official %  aid occurred some 7,' miles south west of Berlin in the Four Powvi approved Berlin-Flank rtni m f.rrldor.—CaT. . one of the hitherto vugueet Ii In F.ngllsh liu-iature at 1 \ experts. Donald G. Wing 01 Vale Unlversii • % %  iry RndJi bbnaatt ntxl 'Into an adiecttva .md a vetV. The 59 yearof KnttH'-h leialuie fi-om Ci-omwell tu the llestoralion ra are now desi-rlbc >.* the "Wing Period": roscarcners look for "WTnu boogsi" and check o-iilihiiijtcs for books named In iieatalogue by "winging* theni. AIR TBAGEDY JAMA'CA, Feai and iiuligiiation are ex1 asaed uv the l astaa n ti >>f the I t.oi area tn-lween New craak killed u numit> f PVBll '.ork'fi airliehls as atkOttkfl pi only a few weeks afti r the curlier • 'iigedy. Putting tho blanii' nn the • itv Ado'lnistriitlon ami QO tin > Civil Aeronautic* Board, delegates 1 of the aroused population have demanded that the airports be losed, the New York Mayor dismissed, the guilty punched. C. ful luve motions ore under In bttl ud the CAB U faed l>> ., SK tiniili-iu 111 llnding a way lo reduce ir traffic loi/aida without doing reparable damage to aviation (trough the application of too rastie iryasuraa. Here's the NEW ENGLISH ELECTRIC refrigerator Bringing you Better Living! lluilurt si >arses R+cam yamBuk /'ho W orid-fumouf Herbal SKIN OINTMENT Soothe* — Purifie*-/Vaola Court In KticOM WASHINGTON, April 80. The Circuit Court of Appealr • n *' onslderinii Oovernmenf* attempt to regain control of the nation's irikf-hound steel mills recessed uj reach a decision on the thorny I ft !' on Wednesday evening. -?0JP. vi-. KATS8 OF KXCiUmjE 1ST HAY, im Maw ioaa B'lO-Ct-qtltt M ium.. 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