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PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAV. APRIL 7, ,„, Spartan Defeats Carlton 4-0 IN A FAST GAME packed with thrills and excitement. and before a big crowd. Spartan defeated Carlton by four (foa.s to love in their First Division football fixture at Kensington Oval yesterday afternoon. Three goals wore scored within the first half hour, while the other was scored during the second half. %  %  • Cadofart, the Spartan centr HARBOUR LOG IN CARLISLE bAY IN PORT: Srh Aserarvdrlria B. M V Lady Joy. Beh Everdene. C M.V. lpena. Sk. Blue Note Mac. Sen Manuata. Schooner DOrtee. Srti. P-ita Wonita. Sen E-nniiel C. ' Mant. Scfa. Francea W Smith. Seh W L Btt— %  MV ""a.. •ehonr "Maxea HanrWMa." '" %  • net, Capt Selby. from SI Lutie Agent* Sc>0OIWr (hrwn' ABBl"iat.en. MY • Mhel Ruhy." 311 'On* m>l. Capf Cook fiom BntiHi Guiana. Aniiu. H Jaaon Jooei • a*yptl*n SS "Miar 5.661 toni net. Cat Greenwood, from Trinidad. Agent. K H. Jooea a. Co Ltd in I'\KTI BIN r 41 •"• < net ,\ a** : %  Si > Bj Cap! Noel, lot Dominiea Agent* %  t Dwnm' Aseoeiatlon. BthooTWi "Adaltna." SO torn net. Capt rTarrur.ir.a. lor Si Lucaa Asenla: SctMOBee Owner*' Association SS imm: Ml leenet. CaSytaln Oftanwoo*. lar Martin..,-* Agent, ft M. JOBBM CO. LM Paaatnaari arriving b. the %  • aBas rwi TmtM Mr Colin Field*. Mrs. Odette FieMa. Ma* lei *IJI* F-eU-. MrBarbara Jade*. Mr Frank ParM. Mr, rloaarto PleM Matter AntTtony FWId. lb Joeaph Moor*, M-. Ft-.i.-.c Muorr. Mn Hefcma Moore Paaariiawri leaving) a* the 11 "Miar a Plymouth. F.ngland I half, opened the st-oring with free kick well outside the area while the other Ihra* were score*! by Evelyn. Johnson and Haynes. C.irl.on who kicked towards the goal at the pavilion end. were DM on the offensive and In a food forward movement swept down the field and attacked the Spartan goal but goalkeeper Harris came to the rescue Soarvan took over imr,>*Mlately and Kin*;. On CarlUm goalkeeper had some anxious momenta a* he was called upon to do tome savins when Evelyn on__the right wing sent in two good efforts Tha Carlton front line again got moving and Reynold Hutchlnson at Inside rift./ sent In a grounder which hit ine upright and went out of gaajP Shortfy afterwards Chase the Spartan left winger go' the ball and raced up the field He atar acT** a aar i g e rovs one. which missed (he goal by Inches 14 Eater For Grand Prix •ABM, Apel. I in* driven, Juan %  MOranri Two Armo m* "rs/Tii-nafi.' • mi(ll 14 n(r)*i 1ml :tx O PrU >rla, Dr Fat, Autemotrfl* rat* on farter Hon%  !" uw emtai *f >ww i .-.iin no um. Tm> routM, lh Mm* It MM vrafa H tr*c#d around tha Paw Caaip and %  aauol* of park* I! onlalrx all that ran ba ararnaa In ha Una of OrallM and harrMfi uaiida. Tha -ntnx ara MMarMI IMO C C upfohariadi Juan Manual ranflo and rrollan Ooniale> (Argentina I F. Bonetlo (Italy) and Louit Chiaron (Franc*) Ferrarrt tlAQO C C Supercharged) Haymond Sommer (France), Luifi Virroreat and Albert Aacan (Italy) Gordlm Stable Slmca 1.500 C C. Supercharged: Maurice Trlntlgraint, Robert Manron and Andre Simon. Talbot (4.50C. C.I Philip P**tancelin. Charles PoUl, Louis Roaler and Pierre Levegh. all wellknown French drWera. —tenter Police Band At Hastings Rocks T, OwaniUaS) t*t...i*i. Mi CadrW F C.->pK.ihi-*" Bouh. Mr. Carlyl Bretcr. Mr t. 1 Srti-n Mr Ivan llatoiah. Hlu Albrrtha JorPar Martlnlq— Mi U>'.i.>e landau. Ma Mane Vnulvt. Mi hobert.nr TaaV Ir. Mr* Irma LavI. Mr Jorte Pot alert* IN TOlfCM WITH BARBADOS COAST BTATSOM Cable and .' % %  '->i Irvdm Ltd adrkw thai tfeay can no. communxale Bfei (oiiawina ariiaa> tnroiash thetr Barbados Coat statlor SS. atarrvar Duraan Mi-r Marcuf DaWon., Abraham Uncuin. Trkla. Gra. >a raant. Alatw Shiaet. ra-adiar Lnailmicar. Lady H'-Jrary Afratt Haw bow. Fna-a. Halirivc Bea.r. Latnaania Walrnea. Amerlk Per** S Vananrha r P.D J H V*MM, \k .a *en fltivettre Bala,'aea' Breaic *>iarstheti'. „ Naava -aa#ta. ft-aTll. Imta, W.r ^sarafan rifW -raaer. At. .a Hastna. Mara. Cara.a %  •KS: OAtatnado Lah< • ton Churchill. '„ %  '. %  ..(. SanaWii Firm Port Nakaaalrv Hellene. r.aBdPoaHa E>a Guatemala. Hormec Tide. WMftler Mllta aatucMat. KtaaiyiNtin' Seawell I.A.L. lipe" Thrarra Arrlvils— Bv B.W IKIIM TUMIM araon GnflO. daaiiaa a La-nr Ka n n ai Anthe.Waod > % % %  .A. Kathiaari Wood. wiUiani Wood. A Woa*. /BI Waller. Nelaon Rndnf.. PeWa Dron. Marna|n Dvw*> Gam. Dyan. Alda DyaM. Juae Drar, Mar GeraSM Alice P—iid. n Will-att. Faaar daaa, B ai a liai Lrnn. Mrana Rodtlfuaa. Ctuata-m Redridae a Hand.* tliai Retniaso lUaa. Ana Pi#na Joae Pigna -'< Ps—iMiiB. Uuaa Oonaalef. Rafael BMr. fVanclaco Oonuia*. Hurnbeno aarano rttUM LA Gl'AIRA liana D lanara Da Vaaqa >.. F-Uar P V ,i>, Palipe Foul Play Spartan was then given a freo kick a a re*ult of foul play by one of thi Carlton defence Cadogan t-ok the h;ick and beat King with %  high shot. No sooner was the bell centred than h* was back in the Carlton goat area and Chase after recciv%ig from Haynes. centred accurately and Evelyn who had cu: in from the right wing, beat King with a pemei-ful shot from close range to makr the score 2—0. Carlton made a good at score, but inc Spartan defenee got in their way, They were however awarded i corner which t*ucaa took from the right side?, bui liffthtni >' Ultad Carlton agal r made ano.aei raid and K Hut.tiinson sent across a good one from th,left wing but Medford headec out It was not long after this that Spartan got their ;tiird goal Chase on the left wing after getting aoa—akm raced up the ft>ld and again centred accurately Kin the Cirllon %  -teepei" got wkf ba A huh eveniiially sht^d frm h hands and Dearnoftd Joftrtsij ,pounced OQ It and scored All Tharp. • this siac maa> many a raw t*i iht Spartan goal, but just failed to %  cars. O. '.. % % %  fl 'ii nentre forward ilc on another. Cozier alter receiving from one of his tended goal wards, hut Harris was all trn*re Carlton kept on pressing and met with hard luck when Mar shall kicked one right across the goal frc'i the iefi WH %  %  to pin it in The interval was taken with the aeere S—0 In favour of Spartan On resumption, the Cai Iton fojwards bent on scoring, were the first on the offensive, but failed to ge.* pa*i their oppananta 1 defence. Span i; over and ratalda right sent In a good one which King saved. iffd to the Spar an goal ..tea and V outside '• %  '.. ., no.4l.sh0t which the fka F'.iice Band, c-nducie^, bf Captain C K P "son. A R C VI will give a special Oood mdary Concert at the Hastings Socks at I o'clock to-ngjrt The following iRroaramme has been arranged:— rr-ST MABCH taa -raevrr to be completed for *J mn il i* unheard and unpuali.hej until discovered in B duat> old cuoboarJ %  Vienna b> ;lvr Endlnhmaii. Sir Oeorae Orovr thr ccarmMler o Grove* Dictionary All rriJURS "Prom the Third aisltaChurch Services uead PriBy> rwareB: T St a m ljUn> %  rrimianaatt • am Matina and BdH iUH i rf Ipn. Trrree Umir^o"t pc .. Jay) *. Pa-l. :m L.iany. Mat.m. AH> Service IN am StBUaaa Of taw Crawa in Church IS—3 p w Three Hoin 1 Cdddoctor Canon Mandeville. pm Bvanaons ConJeaaiom : JS pro Lantern Utany and Matina T St a.m. Ahar SerVMf S p.av Bleaaind o! Paachal Candle Cvtn*on*I ) %  P-iri. Bnlhronernent of the Bl u aed iacr r na ei L MI rnouisr Oaed PrldBT> Jim.. Sitert:1am Re* Erneel PTaipBrn cc-ape.-. tssta • !.• em The K Pa.nr. IUI .'• J Mh.Khail S30 >r ONI wr.Mlal' 11 m Mr F D Roach i. Mr Hunte %  m Rev R McCulAh* fcaewa i s %  The Air i the G r £-T3-!t'* H-^ ,,1, T **** SparTan then madtar;a^r-rAnbti2 n ? ( SZ^tJFS, raid and veere given a corner Mara—. Craaate H--.n Which Cli- :,-,K fion •p. tovllu WUa •tomidc Bt.naidlsidi —Oarman Mari^do. Ramon .. A dlla. La* l^iuHpectit. Albo M-i.dra Doraild Heavy. Oarloa AUv.r Atorcor, Marvader Loper luiu Monaant Lu*re-,.u Oonaaara. PMlaa i Oonaalei. Jaan Keel1 efe.1 (leuvcrneu, Heibart Alberrfcria M^Tttu. Albeed.i I Annabel Trllar. Catherine I.enle WiUlaan PadncK, Mavi.<-.< I ii". ANTIGI'A Group Cap* ItusSaet Drparlurra—B> B I \ I torn. faUMlBAD Hr aXtaart araatt. Mr aaaar, Una Carsnan Tucker Mr liaftar facawd. Mr Baail llruoAa M.. nibaon. MLB* llci Mr. NlehoUa* DSBSM Mist Jane Baker. IUH Iklsln UB Matr I'elar Coakaa. Mr Halwi i..ii rtr. Oervaaa Caaaon.. lln Mr. Nonrl* Law. Mua. Aaanath Beeklea. dra Aln^ %  arklaa, Mr Slanley War**;. tr CimteMUe Lawla. Mr* *Mvaiia LeVat. Raarnaid I Matr l dr. WUi I .il \\ HI, | 4 UkM Bdwtliu' lUyne*. M-U Osiii BHSfkM till MIAMI Mr. Kenneth UuiiitC Mr Al-n Ho.lcii. Mf Rana Oaidwall Doo'l Tell i uur Krianda Toll Iho Adv 1. The Advocul* Paya For Na Dial 3113 Day or Bajhi thing re-ul.vjd. rtan front lln* again got going and had the bail in their area, but P Hutehlruon void what looked like anotlier goal a* Bni i .' to taltf a shot Ooad Attempt %  righting gamely to daervt.se this lead and made another good I ttempt to score Marshall on the left wing after receiving Chase on tha left wing, fvrlyn headed goalwards, but King pushed the ball over the bar Span^in again made another raid ana] tnm a melee Haynes scored to give Spartan their fourth goal ktfl against rllon Ijifll (ought for a goal and from a pan ay Lucas, H Hut.hiiuon sent in a grounder \<.l<:.r. Harris had no difficulty in saving The game endel shor.ly afterwards wttn Spaitan winners by %  four goals to loa I Tha referee was S'i ,1 Attrldjl I-while the linesnwn were Mr D W Sarar-i and Mr F ld*vds The (earns were as follows — Czechs Make Sport PRAGUE. April 6 Cap.'ain Emil Zatopek. Olympic 10,000 metre? champion, is among SO leading Creehoslovak sportsmen, who today said they would not take par: in aparts contests *'ith the wof* Also inelualeal in the group are Miss Dagmar Learchova, whw recently competed in tha world figure skating championships in London, and J. Cejp. tha Soccer International They gave as the reason for their deiSslon that sport In the West H %  nisiuwd for business purposes A statement, signed by the 30 athletes, said. "The methods of westem sport are alien to us as we are at orientating our Dort in a different direction." —Reuter John Players Is Dead LONDON. April o John Dane Players tobacco magnate, w!iose slognr. Please" persuaded smokers to ask for his cigarettes, died I tlngham home to-day at the age of Y ha and his brother O W. Player tffaetad the huj(i> tobacco firm of John Player • i I Sol which thrir father developed from a small tobaccj buMtu-s* founded In 1WR Modern NaMn-fcam grew ut> rotmd the huge PTa>-er f I —Rewler. Colonist II Beaten SALISBURY. WILTSHIRE. April 6. Mr Winston Churchill and his farnih taw nil French-bied racehorse. Colonist II beaten in the Itrawburj Spring Handicap run over one mile here to-day. Colontsv winner of three of his six racea since arriving in England laat summer, attempted to make All the running but was collared a furlong from home, finishing fourth behind six to one chanc*Eulogy, owned by Mr. O. Cooper, a Portsmouth butcher Chrystal link, a 20 to one shot was second two lengths behind Eulogy with nine to four favourite Signalman half a length away Hum OoJOnJal taited second favourite at seven to two. Nine ran. SACRED SONO'There it a Green Hill Far Awa> -Charle. Gounad ll'RSVM CODA —"Lift up Tour Hearta" -Sir Edward Clear CClPBRE Ave Maria Schubert MARCHl". PUSaREBeethoven Ma I in "B Minor' -art Godfre\ PINALa-Icerpt. from the CrvacJlKm— John Stainer Ui The Mv*ter> o( tha interceaaion % %  Tha Myalery of Divine Humiliation Ail tor Je*u* Gad tare lae Rial. Relelewt. S30 am Mr D'Arcy Scott fUah Hall UM a %  Rev R. McCvilkaaajh. Speiihiaiewa: 11 am Rev P Lawrence %  rlhel 11 am Rev B Craeby 1 pm The Way of the Crow" aa recorded in the Scriptures and the Hymn Bank llalktIlk S a i Rev B Croaby R'lni.ni It am Rev K J Payne • • %  IB DUIrlct t a m Mr T Calleiu Praide'II am Mr E Browne Ml: 11 i Mr. C. Jonea. B.B.C. Programmes i-d... •.pen T. itta T t a m The Sew-. T 1C a m Near* Analyst*. ] II an Thma on These r a m Prom the Third Prot Se a m intarhide. %  0 %  m rad*., • IS LnndwI ICAI ra. >•• am Cloae Doan. i New*. IS W p %  p,m PToasrarnrne Parade. IS IS p m rncertud*. II P '" Good F.->daaService. I • p m Ttw Deaair Corrtlniae.. Illpi Radar, tewsreel. t.Sfl p m htnpaaor>y of SSrtrajai. 1 p m T>e Sews. X IV p m Home Saws Prom Bntaari, ; IS p m Sports Rt->'-w IX p m Ttrf jaory € NfjroW. J OS p m I Bach 4 oa p -ii The Trnrt, 4 11pm The Dairy tar, tee 4 !! p m Nltrrla aS the OfMaa S to p m Carroll Callthe Tuna. | Proe^rruTw Parade, i as p. m [ Third PTodi-arnrre. S St pm. I.itaalvade CO p in New Record! 3 4* | -Je i T II p m Sew a AnajyaM. J Upa •> m Onrheairal Mu.*t T 00 p m. TB# We-rt Indian Diary. T 49 p m Dance • a* p m Radio Sewwel. I 15 Orertaawal Muaic. I p m Good i Sarvlce. 9 0 p m Trir Nn-i. 'Ilpm Horn* Sears Prom Britain, t IS iTI The Debate Contlnnea. S M p m Take II Prom Here. 10 00 p m Tha I lechnioue of Acting. 10 30 p.m Muuc NUeuine. 10 a p m World Affair-. 11 00 Tl.e Neat. taterdai, April . itst I a m. Tha News, 7 10 a m News U a in Accordeon Intarlude. at am Generally SpeaktnR. ? Sa a.m. Intarlude. B 00 a m Prom The Catnodels. • 10 m.tn Proasarnme paiaar. t 1A a.m. John Bid I. Band. Ill im Colonial vjiarsttetia, 00 am. Cleat Dowi. 11 i>i p m Tha Mawa. 11 10 p.n. Sews Anal> %  13 IS p rr, HudaSjarafleld Town Derby Caunty. II i* pm Meet The Common Jumps From Eiffel Tower PARIS. April g. A woman leaped 1.000 feet to her death from the third platform of the Eiffel Tower here today Papers found on her body bore the name of Madame Galantlcr. antique dealer, and a Paris —Reuter INI CITATION slMT Easier ftaaday) RridariesvB t *etral: II am Holln Meetlruf 1 p in Easter Programme. 7 p Salvation Mee'ina Conducted bv Ma A t Mnffeit nrvwiarsat Co-nrrjinsSat' WrthaiMn Htraet u a.m. Holiness Meeti..a J p m Company MaaaMW. 7 p.n Salvat*n Meeflnf ConducTad by Car tain and Mrs Brooks i Probation OfRcera OHtla II am Holmes* Meetin* ]pn Company Meet ins. 7 p.m Salvation Meet in* Conducted by Captam V Harm • Divisional Helperi %  aetaSMatararsR II am Hohneas Maetirut I m. Coinpar.v Meetirvc I ^.m. Salva%  oa Maetms CofMluckrd by Malar M II am. Hollnes> Meeting i> Mectina 7 pm Sr.'vaPrracfirr •Ma>Bf Mi" Pie rn.r 3 p.m Compai tlon Meetini. Unas worth Tear % %  **. 1! d m. Holiness Meet 3 pm. Company Maetirur 7pm Sal tlon Meeting Preacher: Lieutrwaait (arltan. 11 am Holiness pm Company Meeting. 7 p.m. Salvation Meeting Preacher: Lieutenant Meid ;• m The Saw*. |. lo p.m. Ham. Nc l>um Britain. 15 p.m. Glad To Meal You. 130 pm. Variety Bandbox. 1M p.m. SporU Review 4 pm. News 4 It p.irhe Daily service 4 IS p rn. Muaic from he Moviea i pm Llaaanari' Ckaic* S.1S !' m. Proajnanane Parade, S. p.ru Generally Syeukfiv*. JMpra Intarlude e 00 p m Dance With Me. 7.00 p.m The News. T 10 p m New* Anauy.j, 7 1'. The News. 7.as a m Tntet ^ company. o m -aashe Newaee P'-.;.ti Ojrsran u-*i mCaWMtl a oo p m. The Met*-*, t 10 New* Prom BrlUun. t IS p.m Muaar From The Moviea, \t ,, ftmm rhliuji. 10.4* pjn. WewMly Sports Review .1 00 p in Tha New. kffl Ynar Eye tin (he Bathsuit JANTZEN SWIM TRUNKS for B*y Mad* oC Wool in shades of Royal and Maroon $3.01 JANTZEN BEACH SHORTS Woven. Staes M to 31 $6.51 JANTZEN RACER SWIM TRUNKS (For Men — WoolUn) in shad*, of NVT. Royal in shades of Navy, Coral and Maroon. Sir*. .I" lo IS. OJBR8 V ItKOX aUPOVEBB Knillrd wsstl, sleeveless. In Dark Grey, l.lsht (irey and lawn. Sins 36 to 10. $6.99 S?l The WeataWeTO-DAY Sun Rlaaa: 5.14 a.m. Sun SrU. b.10 p.m. Moon U.l Quarter l Ar i. Liahllna 6.10 p.m iii.ii Waalti 700 am p.m. YFSTERDAY Rainfall itudruiilon) .!• laa Total for Month lo YraWrBar: 21 Int. T aa n tial a l* IMax.) HI T Taaaaaratare iMIn.l 7." s I Kin* dlrrrlion {• a.aa. I 3 p.m E Win* Vrlo.il> 14 mllea per .. l a i. i 2I.MS II p.ai.l .'l.HS %  asrta*! rlarrla, Haa logan. Ishmael. chase. Ilavnr.. Walcoll. Jutuuon. Evelyn (arltaa: Kinf. Porter. Williams. r Hulchlnson. clairmenta K Hulchinson. Warren R HuUhinaon. Cozier. Lucaa and Marshall They'll IX) It livery Time TVHO IS THIS? THIS MISTER CO0OLECAR, WHO WAS HIS &J66Y GOME OVER EVERY IOOO MOBS OR S> l>\ | 111)111% ll.ll!,) BUT WHAT ABOUT HIS OWN EMSiNE? WELL.TrtATS SOMETHING ELSE ASAIN! / B^T rvny NOT -BT WBUL ENOUdH %  ALONE THAT s WHAT 'ISAY--.T/M JUSTd OVERWORKED--! KNOW AS MUCH AS ANY OF THEM P\ SAWB0NES>



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^r FRIDAY. APRIL 7. 195U BARBADOS ADVOrATF. So thc.y'r back town, Remernbe* thai tall dack Amwicao in 1944 ha go.ng to buy me tha RocfceMfe C*n*?" INo Let-up On Whiskey* Tobacco LONDON. Britl .: MM la) and node circles fxpori frw tux rfdudlo.il in next month's budget, bui jniicipato some minor adjustments 10 give relief to lower income groups. Chancellor uf the SxcfaaqufJ Sir Stafford Cripps nag tws alternative-: in drawing up h s midget. II* either ran plan for another big surplus as part of his deliberate disinflation policy, or use pert. If not all of it. to matte tax reductions. The Keneral feeling is that Cripps will take the fat COUP*'. The ChancaUhr htqun A ill end the nnand il rear on March Si, win, urpinthan he i xpi Latest revenue returns, wr.h two weeks to go to the end oj UM year, show Ui ii ordinary revenue already has passed the estimate of $10,577,840,000 for the full twelve months fay $22,960,000. It now appears thai Sir Stafford will have hetu l million and S420 million mart when the lli endi than he expected. Surplus Sold This is mainly due to such nonrecurrent item'; as the irplus war stores and surplus receipts from trading services. Trade Interests are urging Wpps to give relief to industry, nan) and tobacco ohii Misting on cuts in the heavv luty on these items but it is inllkely that Sir Stafford will live In Whuk.y ... the top dollar P-mer and Cripps cannot bu •xpected to do anything which vouid releaaa more to the home narket at chaapar prices. Duly cm tobacco has liecii Ina*ed since the war to keep onnunpuon down and thus save %  oilers. No relief is expected % ere either. Pew expect a change in ihc ttndard rate ol income lax. now line snilliiiks ($1.26) to ih • >ound ($2.80). But it Is antlciited thnt family : llou t Increnwd to help the low %  ncomc group. It hat Sir Stafford must bear m mud the pcaatbUity ui another [cneral election before the Aui.l. Ml budget. (I.N.S.) Malayan Press Knocks Whitehall LONDON. .! %  appoiiiimfnt uf u <.,i• lal Si, Harold Rumlon Brims, H, to lead the „ n i. .—i munjsu la Malays is Ilntatn's ull.^J'"T"i" KobnX 5' amwer lo public •tam about ih, UlU,u n 'u>. *>>o '">• been workFlying Saucer Riddle? 'It's -'From Mars By i KI i.ntn K COOK „ NFW YORK Mci'i i)u' iiiun wh„ S a\s I know tninudlt ol the Flying Saucer.. Commander Robert n conflict. Gananl Brtan lurujl. i On, orighl ctom g^JJ, ,„_,„. hlH been re'"' '." *"'" %  M •• "'"> -"id %  am terrorists. Malayan discontent reached al They wan plotting the paih o| bursting point when John Dug-i" balloon when %  FIving Saucer dale, Colonial MlnJstar of state came into view. announced m the Houa tt WAS elliptical, about 10f ft mons that n. man troopa would ,M diametar, living about SO miles be required to quell the Comma,,u a t 'our miles a iaoi nist guerrillas in Malaya. 1T W*A8 pelled. tlM (Uiiglc troop .< rent, and U* II added: 'We ai. ints are tha AoeJ Mils". The Stem enent was forced, '{> change it atlei iwivin* the ntv. of lnlUT %  thetl announced: "I would like to make it cleat that while It Is reasonable to exited that the Forces, as now strengthened, will prove sufficient, fothe present operations, we are not proposing to close the e-asseaiinent of our requlrementi should clreumetanaM arise which make that re-assessmem desirable." The P raia, storm In Malaya was led by the Strati aid "The situation Is not understood in Britain, as bai painfully obvious by John Dugdale. "The Colonial Otllce clearly has : ion nf tha problem and no idea of the rising dai "For too long the rebeUton has i* with by half'heorted measures. Than is compbkceske} In ill high places. 'he ('Mnmunist revolt than the day it began." c a pore Free Press sold: 1 The Confldanoa that seems to Jill Whitehall is not lecogniied as canlMenca in Malaya. It is recogni/e-l as tha same blindness or nerveless-ness that led to the IO-, intie ud too late' policy of the last war. Sayi McLaughlin: "These discs an Bpaaa dtjui tram another planet Illusion? Illusions do not appear to five trained weather observers." WHERE FROM: "My guess is MarsMars cooled off and perhaps became capable of supportmp life millions of years before Earth did, Thf Martians, if such thare be. would have abig start 'n scientific development." Say the U.S. Air Force—"Not pace ships, but mtrinti-rprvlrd >*oiivrnrional objects." MEET THE MAN who thinks the atom will be harnessed sometime this summer to "some thing useful"—Dr. Summer T. Pike, member of the Atomic F.n1 ninrnlssion. It is hoped to do il at Brookhaven National Laboratories, an hour's drive from New York. "Our best guess" sen Dr. Pike. "is that we mny prodi%  about enough i-ower to opcrale naif of our auxiliary equipment. like pumps and blow. >—L E.S. LOST: WON ST. PETER PORT, Guenisy. Channel Islands. Derek Linker, 16-year-old deck ui ashore to buy new.sWnen he returned he saw his ship steaming out of the harbour. Dank hltrhhllrad 100 miles to Southampton in BOO* iid ..inved 10 minutes before his own vessel. — (C.P.) NOTICE will our CUSTOMERS and the general public please note that Our LUMBER YARD HARDWARE STORE. ELECTRICAL Dept.— Pierhead and The t OHM H STORE will be closed to BUSINESS on SATURDAY APRIL ili 19.10 MANNING & CO, LTD. BRIDGETOWN TOO? ASHrORD. Kent. Eng. The Ashford Counrll has organized J scheme to brlajiten uj. lucal business premise*. Window boxes of (lowers arr now .1 romH m Ashford's business cantre. For encouragement iht council has decorated the street with flowers hung from lamp standards. -(C P.) Oil Industry Of Trinidad riaure. ip pmi m „ nNnl rrlnldod'i "il induilry m the r,, Ihl Colo.iv. Ovft .he U39 ,;, : „oriod. II. onlribullon lo laiuini irom 20 10 3jj am eM If !" W in. iei.,, B.W.I. $s.?l million IDS. $3..1 ml. ion) In 1838 10 I: l f S. 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PAGE FOLK BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY, APRILJ^ WDg^uMMffE Mr. Standen Sets About Is There Anyone In Y(ir I k* tkj UNM ce. w. M. I Friday. April 7, 115(1 (tiood I i iila GOOD FRIDAY 1950 comes to a world which is slill suffering intensely from the last great upheaval and clash of armed might. If ever the horrors of war needed visible proof, the aftermath of this war with its storm of lies and hatred following on physical violence is testimony enough. Never before in the history of the world has there been so much human suffering and misery; never before has man proved so helpless tn resist material and spiritual enslavement by the machine. The Crucifixion of Christ commemorated today throughout the world was the atonement for man's folly in his earlier history. Today that atonement serves still as a reminder that man must depend on greater forces of help than his own; and that however dark the day may be there is always the hope for a brighter dawn to follow. The hope of salvation brought to mankind through this atonement has its universal and never failing appeal. The battle is never lost until it is won and the human race, fortified by this hope, strangles against the forces of evil. A suffering world looks back on the fertile growth of its own inventions but with sheer perversity or apathy is preparing for even greater tn.imphs without realising that with this tnumph might come its own total destruction The benefits < %  { science and engineering have been misdirected and wasted; and man's tnumph over the torcaa of Nature which requires total effort has had to be harnessed instead to the destruction of man. For many nntuncs the splitting of the atom was regarded as tin law ment of the cleverest minds; but Ita attainment threatens to be a si to the words of the Pauline Injun I men have chosen death instead of Ufa The atom bomb and the hydrogen bomb opened avenues for the at' happiness hitherto unknown to mankind; but the achievement has be. peculiar twist which now tiansfoi mi it into a scourge. This misfortune must being mania] tortura to those to wlmrr l secrets of Nature have bean revealed for the benefit of mankind. That is the added suffering of today. In unbridled lust for r %  I and under the Influences of the forces of evil, man has destroyed factories and laid waste fields which once | B with food and i. .i the battle is pestilence and fami-e which give life like reality tn the Tom Horandaii of the Apocalypse". But if man hat bring destruction upon tile earth. In also been given the advantaj his own redemption The Story "1 the Cross today In aver) civillsad land li the light which, laada man back to the paths of rectitude and belief in the r by which means alone be can W01 k Ins own salvation. I be founded upon of purpose m Ufa. 'i'ii' love < f God and I relief from the universal stiff.Tin. and hi pa of radempf I dim i I this lo\i (. brlat .uttered agony and i in the Gardi n od V. II. I I ipOH %  low I !i Arifur NEW YORK SCIENCE, almost a religion in this atomic ate, can still be awfulh I silly. Dr. Anthony Stand*.i. whose j brilliance at Britain's Oxford and j America's Cambridge qualifies him mVnuTbased on" those facts. I high priest of the cult, proves that. In a book, "SCIENCE IS A SACRED COW." which he has just published In America, Dr. Standen sets about the Chapman Pinchers of this world unmercifully He writes, for Instance: — Male." His title for it—"The sexual behaviour of 5.300 mer Dr. Standen has no particular who were willing to talk about quarrel with the facts Mr. it." Pineher and company assemble, Dr. Standen's advice—and he but he does object to the argucertainly practise* what h< preaches—is that we should laugh '.hat out loud at scientists. rhan They will, he says, argm one fact caused another, mm ,„..,, ,, ,„.>• b. the other , y njTSSZ !" ^therefore Example: A man gels drunk on Monday on rye and sodaTuesday on Scotch and -What include men of very ordinary, even mediocre, intellectual powers. We are having wool pullec soda-water, Wednesday on gin and Z^L^F,? ^iSiSt"^ a~i.-.rft The. v | M tlH. h^kinm be Convinced that Scientists. Uk ith scientists who are **a-water. The scientists, looking 10 arc for "the common factor" which so deep in sinner that they cannot see it, and non-scientists who are Cfl too overawed to express • %  opinion, hardly anyone is able to rt".7 i recognise science for what it i. the great Sacred Cow of our time." his drunkenness, might easily produce this answer—the as i group, are anything special in the way of braint. "We can and should laugh out loud at them. This will, in fact After reading his debunking job, the layman—if I am a typical one —comes away full of hope that this old world will survive whit Mr. Pincher's friends have done to it Few of the so-called greats in b,. t^e very best way to prevent science escape Dr. Standen, harth em fron Vregulating us or averagP"ing us or conditioning ua to Darwin's theory of evolution, or synthetic happiness." at least Mr Pincher's acceptance Now Mr Standen's book is c of it, for instance, Dr Standen revealing self-analysis of a man agrees that it is indisputable that who in middle-age has suddeni* ^ there are striking similarities realised he is in the wrong job (UfikuTt for me to Uke the '"tween the bodieT of men and Anyone as worried about Good ano .UasthettaE: -J-iThis would seem to prove. S&£kf-W ^tS"^: he agrees, that all forms of life fortable in a hair shirt than Standen explains, is o.Uhi. planet are connected somelavatory £* the purpc ,gary. how^ ^ ^ ^^ ^ rf fag. ^ {-* • has achieved so many produced no theory explainable by resolve his religious difficulties M things and has been right so many science about the way in which wc } 1 as provide him with an interto believe they are connected. that it can be wrong in anything. particularly for a layman, who Sav he: "The question at issue does not have enough knowledge is whether God gave things a sort S*cgf Cow for 20 years, he now of the subject to. rgve back of evolutionary shove every now ^J'^LYlJ"„ !" ^J!!l "Since it is onlv human nature and then, or perhaps all the time. to accept such latti t i He just wound thing* accept the laymen's u. m the beginning and let them iiumiim r 'PUnfortunately, biologists rarely talk about God (or at least The scientist s job is to investiI.OOfll Alltl IMI only on Sundays when they are gate the "how of ^mgs-and t. oil duty) report his findings objectively H< BUTDr Standen is no layman. "It is considered unseemly for has no greater respoii He t*\ks fellowa scientist to do so. With this delerrnimng the why of thing* Like this, for examlimitation they can never discuss th j>!e:— tntl implications of evolution prouniverse to be thought perly." of in terms of electrons and %  %  •• %  %  %  • Or In tarmi of good 1% ilil I in. md evil" Merely to ask the ll to realise at least one Psychologists get a rough goingvcry important lirnitati' D this book. esting living Having successfully milked Th< ing to lay golden eggs. This comes of realising the limitations of science rather late in life. %  I, he docs I %  %  "They study man in a detached sort of way as if they arara not men themselves . They make ild leaps of their uncontrolled „ J ..... li rt (ill JllIU.S til HUTU Ull<-VlHi VltTV bricklayer That Is religion's field Morals, ethics and religion an beyond analysis by laboratory equipment. Standen has just found this out. Most scientists realise It long before they graduate I have never met a scientist wh< claims infallibility either for himself or his methods investigators report their claims n the most modest and carefull> faith most scientists placa in the scientific at title method." both of which, he argues, an van, rarj shakj %  ample of what he means B decides to prove that '. such thing as a ghost They would maintain a watch for ghola. No u ^ n al M bv W*}*5%* ghosu would appear. Thelieye their ... neir Is pleasure the same as .. .mil*..' Is there only onv kind facts . "If you really want to underi human beings th< < plenty of people to go to besides logurta. "The really important questions in human life are hardly touched Standen says the acientitU method is just "horse sense," H< is wrong. It is horse sense u that the sun moves round the earth. But the scientific method t : the reverse happens I bat, asks Dr. Standen of love? if "Yo In the scientist's completely impersonal approach. Slander. vn senses a threat to the humanitarian ideals of Western • thinks that In their work scientist. oeaCfl themselves more with how things ought to be and Family Faring Spring In The Teens? Thr Ports Wrrrn't So Wrong! / ll. Ilr. A. rhnaby POETS What blah they always seemed to talk .-bout spring. That was how it seemed to me when I had jus' left school. I was wrong. Underestimated them P.H-t^. yon aajgt, are acute observers, singing'what ra you and I mumble. Mind you, they favour aUeflory where you know, as 1 did, that only eta has value A tree, for instance. They look at its spring buds and sing of you. and your flowering in the larger life. It mav be hard to catch the immediate relation between you and that tree—it is there. But the tree has not your immense problems to meet and solve m it's the time when youth is forced to display what the doctor somewhat uruffiV vims Acre Vulgaris. Mother preferring plain terms dismisses them briefly as ordinary spots. She never seems quite to understand how shaming they are what anguish they cause. Or does she? These earth shakers should be considered in the light of beauty patches. Why did all the world's celebrated beauties stick little black patches on their faces? They did you know. What's more they did it | to hide spots. Get the idea.' ra probably going to have one or two of i these things fa fw years. A slightly greasy skin, blocked pores, an eager germ and 0 are. It's springtime for them too. Mind you, there is aoma little disturbance of your glands as well but | this has not been worked out yet. The rlrst idea is to avoid the superfatted soap when they appear and it is a help to do your face • %  ; suri-nal spirit at bedtime provided the sun hasn't seen you first. That is local care. 4.4'ii*r.il AI %  •'iilion YOU want some general attention too. Diet must not be too rich. And there must be a clear-out for jour system. You are lucKy. My parents were Edwardian, %  o. They gave me the most nauseous drink ever devised by the mind of man—liquorice pow' der No butterflies about that. You are lucky Elegant taab 'ul you ;ib aval I be mugs. Get on .vith It Life's tempo is acrelemted and you are aware of an added vitality Longer cycling runs. Extra hiking \ growing Bwai b ither between boy and girl. There's a snag about '.he increased effort though. cv." — ..— —.— v recognise the three kingdoms It "mi iii.ii.-mi l-ll*-. .',';• Chinese (.evemment will on nVBarial expansion Bl aiaikj la alao obvious that eyes were turning with COOStderable concern towards Ihia BTM recognised th* nut what thev intend precisely to do I probably won't be claw 9 A n Mson'i not in agroement with that i . %  Lfavaa parnapi ,. more in the BaUtfl ul a pious .. %  than . inn ment SUtl Department is of the previo. A ..shmgton have studied the re. ment %  o3 Dr Jesup's n.ission. ding the second Mm, the -This is an importan' '..-!. authorlt) pointed oul thai t< .'ore it was wltt. 1 %  " %  Hut bn ragard4 ba Amerin sphere Oi iniUience. cans ask the French authorities ll The BrHalta pol %  rant Wr hav ^one a great deal m submit their requirements for from the • l area smce lhe war ho u nl military equipment for the deW*a r.avc supplied \:. feiuv of li'.klu-t'hina lo livtni K 11 *' quantltiaa of arms to the 'Apart from its atm him arms unese and also have granted portance Southeast Asia Is a rice : lair them considerable loans and genbowl Which provides th .vslsUnce Comties of life for India. Pakistan virtually kapl on Ihe iMlalinaa nwowaatth countries have also Ceylon. Malaya and Ind regantintf China i their exports of oil lain also has considerable rubber, shelak and I ,1 hnks with interests in Siam. We have supfats." INS. Two I MIS THERE were two lads, call them Bill and Tom I remember at school. Neck and neck for every prize they were and both won scholarships to Cambridge B1U srant on and got a dingy third class in lucky. He got a horrid illness and couldn't look at a book for weary months. He got a double first. i m a young man rising 40 and still a flrst-xlass brain. It wan idents should have t sit for examinations in spring. Oddly enough, London's medical students are taking a very' stiff fence as I write the second examination for medical degrees. In these formative years the chain of endocrine glands Ret especial stimuli in spring. There may be a little fulness in the neck as the thyroid attends to its duties with extra zeal. It ha.-. :o Ripatviaa the body's use of food and part in the early business of sex. If there is asscn: less or mental lethargy a doctor can adjust thyroid trouble for you. BOLOGNA SAUSAGE per lb $ .1 LXJWNYFLAKE CAKE MIX Orange. Vanilla, Chocolate and Ginger per pkg, DOWNYFLAKE CAKE MIX — Pancake .. 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OUR HEADERS SAY: IVau In %  s And ii%il Servia Mostly Attend Extra-Mural Classes To. The Editor. The Advocate. SIR,— You published an intertsSUng letter on Adult Eu and the manual worker i issue of April 4th It is t; y the position in the United Kingdom sometimes causes us concern. The 1947-48 statistic* of the British Workers' Educational Association, out of a student total of 92,067 show 18.805 manual workera (205). 25.194 engaged in hosne duties and nursing (17%), 3.541 shop assistants (4%), lo.ttl Clerks, draughtsmen, travellers and foremen (18%). 9.804 teachers (Kill. 4.746 professional and social workers (5%), and MS*! miscellaneous (10%). This however is not a bad cross-section of the community, and all the groups mentioned have a good right to adult education The real reason for anxiety, in my opim that the total number of students is so low, though it Is in fact ateadily increasing. It must be remembered however that these figures social and cultural education Very mu-h larger numbers (unfortunat'ly i have no figures by technical .ullege evening duff's. schools of art and Miical. commi. . to a large axb the bobbies for which j respondent rightly pleads. Th.se classes do attract a certain num^iene or they may have an immediate Interest.-as in the case of discussions of the Report of the Standing Closer Association Committee. Such statistics as are already available show a nw.i a tending Extra-Mural classes, in Barbados, followed by '.•vil servants. Country discusnaon groups and single UlksTiowever are showing that other groups can be attracted, especially perhaps outside Bridgetown. The Of correspondent tresses, is that the approach should be una.ademic. The method is that of the diacuaaior. class rather than the leed is The tradition not %  Mural Education in Great Britain and el*e. A great difficulty of Barbados is still the shortage of good tutors subject*, notably West Indian and other economic problems, psychology and general science AUBREY DOUGLAS-SMITH. Resident Tutor in Barbados. Pro** SIR.—I think that your readers must have been amazed to read in Wednesday's 'Advocate' in large uncial letters "Th,Hogs chose King Stork". 1 know I was The Fable of the Frogs, the Log. and the Stork Is one of Aesop's best known. The moral of course well •km**. You may remember that Jem Smith's tombstone conveyed the same Idea "I waa well—I would be better—hero I am." I. C. JACKMAN H.U Off SIR— Your Alley Reporter is doing a grand Job.. This is something that nee-is prompt ottention and should give the Sani.lorlunM something to think about It is really an atrocious state of is the only way to bring about a change. It might %  '..;. %  %  : .-seeing that Bridgetown is a city and not another place to show their wares in a most *gg K-. streets and most of all the good work you are doing for the benefit of the community Hats ofT to the Alle k Reporter SANITATION %  BMI SIR,—I am a frequent passenger on the buses arhk from Maasiah Street or the College Savannah to Bridgetown. These buses are owned by different Conccssionaim and so a the great expense of the passengers. remain dssplayad In these buses ^.though certain changes I Theae buses therefore si regular hours, e., urdays. Cm such occasions, one suffers auffi ters of an hour in excess of regulated time of departure though the bus has been Allen uled time. Eventually, two rival buses leave and then begins out more hazardous expci.* Invariably they make the Salit oad a testing ground for reckless, DM ing chases. Not only are our lives endangered, but a 1 those of other motorists, pedestrians and cyclists. 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FRIDAY. APRIL 1S5U HAKH.noS \l>VOC.\TK Weeding At 116 O NI III NDMCD md sivteenyear-old Mrs. Christian iU-11man. better known to reeld St. Andrew as Ma Pei\ still manages to use her hoe. Shi at Cane Garden. St. Andrew and occasionally can be seen weeding up her land. She is begin mniE to lose her sight and hearing, but otherwise strong. Her fourth child. Teresa Kellman is 73 years old and Beatrice Springer, her lifteenth child, is "ow 58 >ears old. %  M.i Pel" can remember when slavcrv was abolished and also recalls .tie 1914—18 war. She has a son who died in South Africa as a soldier in 1927 and on many occasions he wrote telling her of Royalties he had seen. Her hobby is gardening and she has been living at Cane Garden since November 1904. Her husband. Samuel Francis Kellmun. died on August 12, 1902. He waa a Superintendent at Brut.Plantation when the windmill was still used but "Ma Pei" ran nmember when the engine was Installed at Bruce Vnle in 190V Her only complaint at present i: that her house is in a bad state and she would like it repaired. nUZE GIVING DAY was held MT at vtie Winmore Preparatory School, near finterprise, Christ Church, on Monday afternoon. Mr. Wilfred Cullender is Headmaster of the School. A number of friends and parents turned out to hear tfu* children recite and sing. After the programme was concluded, .tie Headmaster asked Mrs. Hermosa Brathwaile to distribute the Print, P. Brewster. E. Inniss, J. Brewster and J. Callender, pupils, did very good work throughout the year, and received prizes. A SHARK, weighing about 100 pounds, was caught by It. Forde and brought in at Bathsheba beach on Wednesday. The shark was later transported to the City to be sold. S HORTLY after fl.50 o'clock yesterday morning two cars collided on Locust Hall Road. Thu right front fenders of boili were slightly damaged but the occupants were not injured. A LBERT PHILLIPS of School St. Lucy Postman Gets 9-Month Term Stole Registered Letter EVANS CAHLYSLE DOWDIN wept audibly in the dock at the Court ol I .y-st.-rday when a jury after abrnii an hour ami deliberation found him guilty oi the larceny of a n j, er '.. ne Property of the Colonial Poetinuter. an H .. da H ndS "' Ctab H '" S ' UCV llli llonaur ihr chltf Jurtlrr. lhal of tl u wu • r AlUn lollymorr. srnlrnmll obvioui lhal both mm lo M„r inonlhn imprlion-l and Hinds'dauaht. mmt afl*r hii Counsel. Mr. be ipaaHni truth ta.i %  JlJ V 1, Mi "* Coan f" < ">f courw ol Ibeit inai iiouojnts previous record dulies did nol umiallv travel ir "i clean Mid thai he wu two., so II %  • not lo be — PAGE FIVE SAY IT IN SPANISH With Venezuela!, tourists coming here in increasing numbers. Barbados b getting more SparI .*. the s the door written In Spanish for the l>eneflt of those Venezuelans who art here. %  el i!ives tl.. Services from Maundy Tnurade) Kaster married .nd had four children. The case for the crow conducted by Mr. W. W Reece K.C., Solicitor General. Hearing H began on Wednesday t nee was heard. Counsel on both sides addressed the terday morning, and the Chief Justice summed up. Phgiiin "The .Jury have found vou guilty of the larcenv of this postal packet." the Chief Justice told Dowdlng before he passed sentence. That means that vou have betrayed your ti brought disgrace on yourself." "Mr. Ward has urged on your behalf that you have a wife and peeled that the irruseo would have been able to bring inde pendent witneMCi to teMifi f,>i him. Ml Ward submitted that the Hinds' family *ri the accused. What was their paotivel He did not know. But tht fact remained. Alter Hinds anc her daughter had been proved to have been lying on a material point, could they honestlv sav thev were satisfied that Hinds was not lying when she said she had not received the letter on July 27? Mr. Ward Anally submitted ihat where the evidence of the Prosecution was found to be uncertain or untrue, it was the duty of the four children; but when you com'"/y ,0 return a verdict In favou mitted this offence you did not know that they were other people who were hardworking and honest, and who also had children to support." "It Is a very serious offence, but in view of your previous clean record, tin is nine months' InuM laouaeni." This was the only case lo occupy the attention of the Court yesterday, and the Court adjourned until Tuesday next when hearing will be begun of the case %  gaUMl -older for murder. Cotmsaft fliltli—j Mr. Ward addressing the jury told them that the Prosecution had not established beyond reasonable doubt that the lerter had not been i and that the accused had converted it to his A Lane slightly injured hisiown uso. The Tact tfti knees and chin when he fell after i husband had sent the letter did ru>i aitemptuig to alight from a motor-help one w,.v or another. lorry aiong Hoebuck Street Thursday. He was treated for the injuries. E MERSON BVNOK ut Lodge Road. Christ Church wag injured In an accident at about 8.35 p.m. on Tuesday on Lodge Road. He was taken to the > ; Hospital and detained. Also involved w a s the motor-cycle X—1152, owned and ridden by David It. dikes of Windj Silver 9 A N ACCIDENT occurred af the junction of Bay and Beeirwitfa Streets at about 9.25 a.m. on Tuesday between a bicycle owned and ridden by Rupert Imnss of Lakes Folly and another bicycle owned end ridden bv Phillip Moore of Bank Hall. The front fork.! Moore's invycle was damaged. *THE MMBtR PLATE and X right end of the bumper of a van were damaged in an accident on Westburv Road a,' about 12.15 pm. on Wednesday The accident involved a motor car owned by Harold Sisnctt of White Park Road and driven by Clarence Hinds of Deacons Road. T4IE ST MICHAEL'S COMBINED CHOIR, after a successful tour of the island during the Lcmen Season, when they rendered Maunder's "Olivet to Calvary." will now give a recital of Easter music at Queen's Park House cm Easter Sunday at 4 p.m. The programme is made up of a number of Easter Anthems. Carols and Handel's "Hallelujah Chorus." The Choir will be assisted bymany local artistes with mustCR instruments. It is conducted by Mr. Egbert S. MocClean. The Pra eecu tl oi lying on the non-return of the dtUettj receipt. There was nr potlUve evidence that the lettei or receipt had been called for at I possible time. On the contrary, although the delivery i returned to tM Postmistress on the day after the letter was taken out. the evident • went on to show that It had not for until The Postmistress had given the accused a further week to search. and even after the lapse of I week she made no attempt To get in touch with the addressee or to %  SPOrt the matter to the G.P.O After that, she had asked 'he O.P.O. people to make %  special search (here for the receipt. Noi OarfalB He was submitting that the netions of the PQl b tain if the receipt had" not been returned by the accused. It was not unlikelv or impossible that the receipt had l>een loaf ftcr it was returned to the PostAt every stage in the affair, Mr. Ward said, the accused had insisted that he had returned the receipt. They should comoare that th the uncertainty expressed In the Postmistress' actions and evidence Describing Mrs. Hinds as the :tar witness for the Crown. Mr Ward told them her evidence should be tested for its truth He then dealt with of the accused. The Reply %  10 In his address told the jury ilrst that as far as that case was concerned the Crown did not need to go into the value of the postal packet. Thi had to deal with the wrongful act of larceny of such a packet. Mr. Keece submitted that it was established that Hinds did not nave that particular letter in her possession—that she did not receive it. They had seen Hinds in the witness stand. Did thev the type of person who would try to put a man In trouble so as to obtain £2 from tha Pott Offlce : Counsel (or the Prosecution denied that there was. aj discrcpaiuir in UM evidence of Mis. Binds, her daughter and the Postmistress. A careful analysis of the evidence did not iHsclcise the vital discrepancies of which Defence's Counsel had harped ao much. Mr. Keece said that the evikowed that the Poatinietress was not uncertain, but thai she had done everything possible to show that the receipt had not been returned. Mr. Ward had talked about receipts having been lost on previous occasions. That was true, said Mr. Keece, but not with Mrs. St. John, the Postmistress of St. Lucy. She had said that, and he was submitting tnat she had discharged her duties efficiently where that case was concerned. lie A. is submitting that the Prosecution i,„d established the case against the accused. Sole .Il.ile.rs The Chief Justice summed up to the Jury reminding them that they were the sole judges of the facts. They could adopt or discard any opinion that he exreaasd. They would realise, the Chief Justice said, that they .. i ing with a matter which hau taken place some time ago. They would also realise that in matters liKc the deliVI mails, one did not anticipate that there would be trottl therefore people engaged in such matters might not be as as they would be if they anticipated trouble. In analysing the evidence they would take Into account the demeanour of the witnesses and the manner in which they had given their evidence. After reviewing the %  600 Venezuelans In 3 Months More than BOO tl Had Barbados since Jan 1. 1950. That marks four hundre,'' tpore than last year's total over the same period. The plane which brought Wednesday's 50 passengers Is IX" 4 ol the Aerovias Venozolana* S.A. lAvensa). Founded in May 1943 n has operated without interruption for over and has received the intcrna tional Air Safet.v awards for 1944 to 1949 inclusive. loi living Without in accident. The fleet comprises bONNO Douglas DC 3 A and two DC 4 aircraft. In I94y they transport ed 260,550 passengers covering 48.395.97tf passenger miles. The sci Lght which will call at Barbados on Suiulav afternoon will be returning lu Venezuela with the week-tod tourists at ~ M a.m. on Monday. Passengers holding, ticketa must have then vaUdaMd and their peaspoi %  Ofhce, prior to their return to Vi Maiden Trip To Barbados Twelve passengers' m opportunity tc %  at paavaga from awhadoa to i'K. on Wednesday ni^ht when the chartered K. tiled from Bridgetown for Plymouth. England. rhe M %  i-freighter of the Egyptian Merchant Marine, has i>een brought Into ths Veal u LUM U R run by the Compagnie Uenerale Transatlantlgue line to iclieve the present iitHeulty experienced by passei.gers who have booked for U.K. This is the "MisrV first trip from Barbados to Engi it is expected to make but ont other. On May 9 it will c.ui here en route to Trinidad and will return by Mav 13 for its imal trip from Barbados to the U.K. Arriving with the Misr" were 290 passengers. 42 of whom got ofT here. Five passengers got on here for Martinique. From Trinidad, it brought 79 tierces of frutt Including ample quantities ol oranges and grapefruit H ,leare:l !H>rt about 10 p.m the same night. . md tain Greenwood and nuu a crew i>t 169, has a greet of 7.387 and a net tonnage <>: 5,051. Its representative lute ., Messrs. R. M. Jones & Q 00 Chief Pass Visit To Y.M.C.A. Dr. James i haMral Manager of the Socony Vacuum %  zuela. and also a member of the Board of Directors of the Caracas j Y.MC.A.. visited the local! Y.M.C.A. at PI esterday evening. HO was shown :.iound by Capt H. 11. Williams M.B.B. who charge of the Y.M C.A. During the course of inspection. Dr, Ton... took a picture of the interior of the Y.M C As .leneral Office | He also watched the members playing table-tennis an* billiards \ in/ufluns Visit Bridgetown A variety ol fashions and a rfof %  %  Bridgetown yeati i nielan vlaitcrs, wtu are over for troUed up %  %  %  paraded BroM and slacks, %  ibe majority of men and light i I l tildar, One of tl ,. ture i amera and .< ti ipod. He erected the tripod opposite Nelson's Statue and the camera, lie then Instructed me of the chauffeurs how to use the camera Ha fricuds then grouped toff he chauffeur took .he pictures. He afterwards greeted his camera it various points around the l?it> and took many more action photos. nay uf %  hopping some of the visitors congregated ltd'! Restaurant when they relaxed and took lunch Accused Rcmundcd Norman Husbands a labourer of smile Street was remande.t until April 14 when he before His Worship Mr. E. A. McLcod yesterday rtv breaking and entering the dwetlSobers at Villa Road and stealing fror.i there antcles h) £14 14. i on Februarj M School Bov's Death Inquiry Adjournt'd The inquiry into th. Trevor Jordan d ^i die b> ', %  ; %  dter lie InfU jury that two petsona wen with nuuuuau connection with Jordan's death. Trevor Jordan an II St. Giles school boy died was involved in an accident M IU.aU while letuilil' X LUXURY. CuUcmraTal—>!' %  -* %  ) iiiakM %  tf^ubtriillT oooling aul ihakiaa flnbh la TWOI batk, aviaa on i -t hoiMidar. KNM UM IUB M aWl M aUB ii i tatk pparaiai V,.\f? t Uiuiy I (uticura V TALCUM HARRISONS BROAD ST GOODS RECENTLY RECEIVED INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING ITEMS CHR0 PUTED BIB AND STOP COCKS NECKED BOLTS 3 in., to 6 in.. C. P. AND BRONZE FINISH. BRASS RACKING COCKS HP. BALL VALVES CASEMENT STAYS Black 18 m.. ALUMINUM CURTAIN RAILS COMPLETE WITH FITTINGS. PERFORATED ZINC SHEETS AND "MAGNA" CAST IRON BATHS i'or,-..bii> BnanaaUad wmi iijlili ivilh ( %  Il.,,„l ( frit UW.HUM and nastc Fillings $104.38 EACH. HARRISONS Hardwar* Dapt ret 2364. nee. her daughter's and* the Chief Justice put to the Jury Gums Bleed! Hkxiina n u T.lh in,,,! Tr-n*h Muuih that will oooni %  • rftll I m<" bUjdln* th. n.. t da,, nidi * %  itvuulh It. Iron clad the points made by both ffmneel %  was two-lold. It did not depend on the receipt aa i the lestiiuuny vi Ida Hinds thai she had ni the letter li area for them to use their and to decide wheiTiei ferred to oy Mi Wl of so vital .i nature as to sway them in one direction or the %  The can depended on fact, and %  o was essentially a caat for a jury's consideration. If they believed the evidence of the accused. or if they had a reasonable dount on the evidence as a whole, they would acquit the "f deilveiini the letter to Mr> Ida Hinds had converted to blown use, it would be their duty \< i.illy if the offence with FUEL ARRIVES Coconuts, hoc}*licks, fi rent Ol d. Umber and %¡ unived In the island yesterday b) j .he 4S-toi rietta" undi iby which ailed from St. Lucia. 1 ncrs' As-1 are local agenta "f th* i %  Ha". FREE YOURSELF Molassrs For Trinidud tanker "Athej Ruby" returned here yesterday to take a load of vacuum pan molasses' fur Trinidad. The load will ap-i proximately be 120,000 gallons. [ The "Athei Ruby" is now comI ir.andcd by Captain COOK II from Captain Lomdale who had brouifht the vessel [ to this port in past times. „ — T -A TIUITID REMEDY JO/tor Wounding j--*: rouom^nm A fine uf 2Us and 3s. CO) be paid in 14 days m impnsonnu'iit was Imnoatd Clarence Mc* I Land yesterday by Mi\v Mr. A. J H Hai. She was lound guilty of a ing Enid Griffith on her ton with a piece of iron on Sept en ber 22 "lllkaii BEWAREOFWORMSI rot evetu occasion on Sale at the leadina StoteS LIGHT SHOWERS Light showers fell tricts "A". "B" and "C" yesterday morning. District "B" red the heaviest fall, recordnn. Inch. Dittrlcte "A" and I 12 inch and 5 respectively The ram started to fall about the City area )utt %  iti-i .t a.m and continued for about a half oi moulh wall •^••y tack



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^^ 1 FRIDAY, APRIL 7, ISJO BARBADOS ADVOCATE CLASSIFIED ADS. jn !" PAGE SEVEN DIED '""'" :.i m Mvf h— —' 430 .Vcls-ck IIMa %  YZJ'Z attend Boberi. 0B1U* J • children-. *•' :ate re.i ntmta %  iwlfei. Serene. %  Ma* M.iv Ita Sealv 111 |N MEMORMM A^d •" %  '"' • %  •" ft !" -iunMt a"" 1 evenlna Ur. ^ %  str* a*-*** "•*— %  S r^^i5SS-S ""-StBS A ?*,!S !" T iTJ.~''u '< "• %  •£j*SMSil .U" .hln,..U •>•••. %  sea*** fadln* memorv of my hui^."KANK BOITI.T JORDAN 5 !" dro-nri April. Ms •• 71,7 pun*," !ti*".n v"t'i': "•• J** .. Si; him Thine """• %  "" , FOR SALE IWToieOTIVE M— ill Aiulin 10 IIP 8 ^ B ^ Two c *fdi tjood m,lesc. New nsllery. P ii ' J "r.H Sl.n.l." V.nrd It" <•' as 'S;..^"";.rr "TABI" '" %  A n,l i*J "•'"' ,ooa *l HIM Mil i, K* C2S' an ined by bbuinins ordOTi •• PuBIMl^TlUllli eess*"..**? "SKA qUn*K"-HMUnci. Prom SUr. Apply; Mra Marion Glbbe D **•* 1.4. W-H SHIPPING NOTICES NOTICE •rsaniai al si Svi !" ,r. .,-m *L *"' " * C ASKI.WH"" Vmr ci„. S*. Andrew ___^_ *8e-Sn. NOTICE open nn th. \ 1 1 !" r f %  "-1 TrMdirr, SI. Prlii TOBBlTt. Cettleweah. for the mo November. December : k. ( .f April Dial 23.150 —In CftTXHAKZA—Prom ISlh April. Fully lunUUwd. a r*droom-. drawir* ini Ktlonen. *tc complvw wllii nifltdAin <. mi*** from HrldCclown, and on Ih. lovtly Sl Jmr. iwa^n Apply to Mra J A. R*ltt. Looc SUr (Jirin. Ml. Standf. Sl. Jam*. „i Phone Bl-33 a 4 SO—In. FLAT.-Fiirnifthvd. Collyi-wr, Rocfc lTO H niair HannUlM FUI at Dnainald. i lil May Dial 3471. 4 4 SO —an. Wmn SA\DS St l^wranca Fully imlhl thrw badroomad houaa for -it by iha month. Apply P.O. Box 109 ir furihar parttcuUr.. S 4 50— 5BRI-11C IIOUTBC—Lufaa Str**t A Jlrabla buUwaa >und With or wlthojt ur tl and f ""* . Conlaet Immcdlataly Thanj Broa Pruv. William Henry Stnr*t DUI 3401. 3t 3 SO-I f nit HAKBADO, Htil M I... ARSHBANCt KOC'IITV NOTICE £'Si?ihi? jsr 1 otbmn %  -> rt 1 ,o in* inai tnu nfflc* w ,u .-, „___; i Saturday 8th April. ** ** wwd C K BROWNE. %  toot i H i T.M-ln. NOTICE • % %  > ~ KteivM by me up .o 3011. April, OBMO.'" 1 !" ...'; 1 ,:: .Nwi. Cl iin cab G.iaac Dial 481* MJi IB %  ad i Al Alaj i %  I pst< ivrefi (url battery l Is* I7i Apply N. Nilaa yjW Cm l* r Jme* stir New ,„1 'v..-: h.,r r DlJ.1 Ml at Belle Gullv R :.4.502n. PAHS >V THtCKS-Value In second Boebuck Str*el. Dial 34M. % %  %  TLrTCTRICAL Canadian luaaa. III **- 0430— an Dial 4*16. LIVESTOCK 00A1 ""• Saanan Alpine Milch Goal liivln* 8 tn 10 innl. milk daily. Call 7.4 50— In. troni J Mar* h> Denniiion. Kant. St Thomai. 7.4M-3n ULTRY I-OUI.TIIY I'm* Pied Plymouth Bock 0.4 50— an MECHANICAL %  IIICYCIXS Herculei Ac Phillip*. LowHM prlcaa. Courtesy Ciataae. 111*1 4311 FURNITURE STFXL OFFICFFUHN1TURX-Filinf U (4 drawer, teller and tool-tap MO. l.irksl. SUtlonery cupboard. irlth Itwkrj. Ito. Courle.y Garaoe. DUI A.4.50-3n. TAItl.F OlH ITHhl—JIT illnlnatable to ^ %  t ellhl Good rondltlon. Mr. HutMn "Giand VIW Pavilion Road, lank Hall lAM M MISCELLANEOUS I Over thr holkti try a morninff wlm • • %  al lemonade, al B.4.503n. parkla and Amaion foi and window*, alao plain sla... %  Chaapaal pimn. Chandlers Hardwar*. Tudor Sti**l. 7.450In. J WARE-Real whit*, ihnnrr and '"up platea, meat di.hea, round dWhea, Ta* tup* and Saucer*. Chandler* Hardware. fudor Street. You can park and rJiop n comftni 1.4.50— In manufactur* Turtl* Sh*ll woik for 1 Combs. Hroochee. Iiam>. Shoe llninn. Earrlnla. etc.. 1 .Hir tarnrun ..r write Chandlrr'i Hardware. 7 7 4.50-ln uufrnua PK ..!. %  ret. Bum. I pi. keroaem 1 ipar* patla. Chandlei I 330 Candle 1 in 14 hour* Hardwai*. Tir-t 1 n OALVANISE SHEETS, In 24 and |c Ift., 6ft am*. *ft. and Oft l*i.th. mild iteal plafka II". %  '• and 3,-8 In varloua itnea Fnoutr* H'.ita Tyre Company, TrafUraStreal. 13 MV-4 n I OALVAN1SKD PTPT.. Unit Twn-|n*h fMlvanlwri pine. 7*c *"_•• r foot. A. BARNES a. CO LTD IM MM' CAMERA K Anntidrna 1 with lla.h aun attachmant anj" daik yellow, ffrecn and rod iPHan: and Weelon axpoaure irvetr" |Prlee 1350 00 or nearart offer. TelephonNltholla at Ml), between 10 a.m %  % %  Ml 4 i.i. 4 4.90—t.f.n VALOR STOVE PARTS "preadere. Wlek. Wiek-CaiTlaT. FinRlna.. Gallerlaa, Oanaratora. and Olhee %  turns enquin Aulo Tyre Co Trafalaa|Et Dial :flM. FUIIK %  %  AUTO ACCESSORIESChamm* lealh %  en. duil rloth. rheeae cloth, waxe* IfolUh*. aa'--v lorklno rape for EnOaaat Airaramp Can and Trurk* : OR. CaafiT Garue 0 480—Sn ^nM' HELP refaranca* %  "sw> food and *leepmi accommodation II \\ Cox. L'pUnda. TOf %  > day mornlni at S to 11 a.m 7 US. In. A talaaman with aorae kno.l*da 0* 7?* !" peovlBloo Ilnea In Roebuck S(re*i .i?ii 5* '' Urvlow. Al treated confidentially. 94.BO-n [ gjSCELUNEOUS W. U. OOODING, Parochial Traa.urar, St Philip74fi0.-6n LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE LicenMna Court to b. hald at Monday o'clock, N.B ered 1 !v?"?,. L Co u "' """"t n me Uth day of April ino ,n FOR HENT. rrom lit April Upatalri l-ramiaei No B Swan Street Suitabli ">' Aa-enc->or ilmilar ivpc of bualneaa Conlaxrt ImmadUlaly on Premian No 1 swan Street 3 13 80-1 f.n ItUNOALOW. olao Flit farltuj %  *• ma mad. Haillrun, furnlahad from May It All com/ort*. Rrurll-h baiha with heolei %  howem. telephona*, verandah* Teli SBf Ml 31 3 50—I.f OFFICE Ona office over RurUUry laundry Depot., kiarh.ll Straan. Apply Sanitary Laundry CO. Tel 3501 31 3 50—t f.n The M V. "Daarwood" will aeeepi < > aroo and P a aaa ra wra for St Lucia. St Vincent. Grenada, Aiuba *aitina Friday 7th April. B.W.L scitoorm OWNERSASSO CI ATION ilNCI ion %  lama— MONTREAI. At NT*AM* NEW '% \\ AM. Il\r I IMITtl. IU.A.N Z. LXNRi s.s. '-cmo* DtaTPrtr MIL* Ade '%  .ide April land. Melbourne Ma* 4th Sydney Hay inn. Hrlaftane May W •mvnnar at Trinidad June lath. Thaae veaaa-U have mpk aoaca to chilled, hard Iroien and geiisiM carat Cans accepted 00 throuxta .bilk o ..dina: Hh tranahlpmant at Trinidad fo Hriti-h Guiana. Barbadoa, Windward A l.reward lalanda. Foe further particular* apply FritNEsn. wrniy A CO LTD Aarenu Trmidad. DA COSTA i CO. LTD Aaonta HaitMdoa. Canadian National Steamships rOlTllOIND IADY RODNXY l.AI.Y NQ.SClN l.AllY HODNTY I.AI1Y NIISON %  ADY RODNEY NOITIIOI ND LADY RODNEY IADY NE1AON 1ADY RODNEY IAUY NELSON l-ADY RODNEY Abova I* the Pholoaraph of ihe %  EV. A. M. MROMI. approved and appolnted by the Elder*'—Council a. Col• eelina Officer to receive Subscription*. Donation*. Love-tokana. and Olfta. on l--half of Tn* New Te*Umeni Church of God. tRellaioui Aaaamblyi in Barbadoa. IMJII.ir SALES REAL ESTATE I will offer for rale by Public Cornl%. PRO J? lmA K ROAD. 9POONBW HILL. ST. MICHAEL with th. chutol houaa .tandln* thereon doubt* roofed houaa, with uaual oulonVea-palntsd— weatar at foot of road iv-ar to other uuiliy rtryteo.. lor ln-peOn -no t-rma Tor ule apply to:— It. AROIZ3N McKENZIE. Victoria Street. 1.4.90— In D. D. %  JIM A MM Mi LOST CiaARETTE CASE-A % %  r.uunel Cirarett* Caaa. Rr-tu UrtSMfc N.wo,e M iVhV^:' 8 7 uses. ""^ H3S HUNOAIOW AT NAVY GARDENS Hull! December Ittl Cool quiet locality. Stone roofed Event* Verandah, Draw in*. Dinini and Breakfaat Room*. Kitchenette with built In larder and cup. board*, toilet and Iliad bath. 3 bedroomi, each with lame pre**** and water carafe, aervanw room, toilet, bath. lime, breadfruit and other fruit traaa. lawn* •rid yarda good condition. Inspection ly -PPjunlmant only. Archie Clarke I'hon* 4530. B to 4. 4 4 S0-4n The ur a jer ik yn od anil ..lie, p (lice. Jarrm doi th* Mm •Liy of April. 1060. at ? pin. < 1 "RAP< 01 B1 lODdliu on B.430 square feat V' '"' %  '' ' "•V3' , Inapectlon on application to thr undeiMBMd eJl-ISr dwellinBhouae called SANDOWNttandma on 10,500 -quare feet of land at Foniabelle, St. Michael. Inapectlon on application to the tenant belwaaii the hour* of 10 a.m. and 4pm Foi further particular*, apply to :— HUTCHINSON & HANFIELD, floHeHotii 7.4.M.— n. II PAYS TO ADVEIiTISL *.\ I HA Ml VI NOTICES. s. !" ,ti 1 I'""" conl buU " '•> 'he Widow, „„,, onauTSSdu r, !" A >""'" nl! s "ould be re,i, lere d Medical IT.^Uionc u lart'. Un '" nished uar,c " e "vail-ble at a renul ot i % of on Ifa. „ u r | h Lf!*. Cb , d S S J ,C '"" " SplU1 s ua,cd cl0 ~ to Ihe Co^ on llie oul->klrts of Bndfelown. It has over 700 paUenu H.I, AppU '* l 0 s sho "'1 " addreased lo Ihe Colonial Seerelaty May, mo"' ^ nd ShOUld '"' !Ubmi,,ed bC,ore ,hc "* 7.4.50.—2n. BOS SALE TENDERS are invited for the purchase of the bulldlnm (4) situate on lands of the General Hospital In Day street, near the Eye Department— ^ (1) A one-storey wall and Uoarded and shingled house with galvanised roof, approximately 28x 26' used as a shop. (2) A stone building with a wooden second storey over a portion of it, approximately 31' x 37', shingled and galvanised roof, containing 3 bedrooms, 1 living room, 1 dining room, kitchen, toilet and bath, known as "The Cottage". (3) A one-storey building with concrete floor, galvanised roof approximately 25x 27-, used as a shop. (4) A stone building with everlte roof, approximately 15' used as a tailor shop. Same to be demolished and removed from their present sites within %  ks from date of purchase. 2. Tenders should be forwarded In sealed envelopes not later than 12 noon on 17th April, 1B50, and marked "Tender for purchase of buildings on lands of the General Hospital and addressed to the Colonial Secretary. Public Buildings. :i Inspection any week day lietween the hours of 8 a in. lo 4 pjn. on application to the Secretary of thpUat 4. The Government does not bind itself to accept the highest or any tender. 7.4.50 —2n. APPOINTMENT IN THE PUBLIC SERVICE APPLICATIONS arc invited for appointment as Postmaster/ Postmistress for the parish of St. George shortly to be vacant or the retirement of the present holder. 2. The appointment is subject to the selected candidate being passed as medically fit for employment in thr Public Service and will be on two years probation. The minimum educational standard which will be accepted is a pass In the Cambridge Local School Certificate ir similar examination of equivalent standard. Applicants must be iver 18 years of age. 3. The salary attached to the office Is $864 per annum. In ..ddiion remuneration for the payment of old age pensioners, approximately $22 per month, Is paid. 4. Applications addressed to the Colonial Secretary on forms obtainable from his Office or from the Colonial Postmaster's Office, will be received up to 12 noon on Saturday, 151h April 7.4 POLICE NOTICE marac'iaiN OF roauc ravrta renaaa AND RENEWAL OF LICENSES Regulation 1 (81 of the Regulations made under Section 7 of lhl •* md Road Tralnc Act, 1037-18, requires that owners intending to renew their licenses in respect of public service vehicle-., good! vehicles or trailers shall before the 30th day of April, make application to the Commissioner of Police who shall appoint a lime and place for the examination of tho same. 2. Applications .should be submitted before the 2th day of April, 1950. 3. Forms will lie supplied on application to the Transport Section of Department of Highways & Transport; but will not be sent through the post. t. Inspection of these vehicles will commence on Monday 17th April, 1950. 5. Owners of vehicles are hereby reminded that vehicles which are not passed as road-worthy by the 30th June, 1950, will not be permitted to operate after that date. (Sgd.) R. T MICHELIN, Commissioner of Police. Police Headquarters. Bridgetown, 153.50. 25.3.50—Jn. fe HARRISON LINE 1/ OUTWARD PROM THE UNITED KINGDOM: S.S. "COMEDIAN" S.S. "MEGNA" S.S. "HERDSMAN" S.S. OREGON STAR S.S. "R1VERCREST" S.S. "INTERPRETER" Vessel S.S. "TACTICIAN' S.S. "CUSTODIAN %  ther particulars apply to DA COSTA & CO., LTD—Agents. lit LE.. I II VVS VI I A.M IOI I FRENCH USE "MISR" GASCOGNE" "MISR" "GASCOGNE" "GASCOGNE" Fo; .S'ailiny to Trinidad April May May ./June 19th. 1950 9th, 1950 24th, 1950 28th, 1950 April April MayMay July .Vaili.ia to Plymouth 5th, 1950 26th, 1B50 ISth, 1950 31st. 1950 %  Ih, 19611 further particulars apply to :— R. M. JONES & CO., LTD.-Agent* FAMOUS TRENT CARTRIDGES I & \\ I.M IILSIT:II REPEATING SHOT GUNS J ; : A, | JOHNSONS STATIONERY & HARDWARE •: '-'-•-'-'• %  ••vss-ws.vw;£wsssss*tvss*s*sMss-ssss*f l.i'y-'AI'D TABIX-B, Th. rurbM. i,,. ,?, T :.lc.U IUl u-.li-c ptic.. S.4 10I TU TI0N .„ m... ]/*r<> in %  I III Kllll -, In Ht. A pkis < OKMI.AKES (Keilegs) MIIAK M.MIINIIs III is/ MAVONM U8I l HI ll -VI \n mil IK ACE GRAPES In Tins i MUSI In Tin EAHTEK EGGS M I I ran HUM ii \< HI i M ,,ll BISCUITS TOMATO KETt'llllH GUAVAK la Tins I'Kl NFS Hal FSTATF Af.FNTS. AIKTIONEERK -I Kttluli. ARTICLE WHOLESALE PRICE (not more than) 11.75 per bag of 110 lbs. ex ship 12 95 per bag of 110 lbs. ex store. RETAIL PRICE (not more than) 4c. per lb. 6th April. 1950. Notice:—The above change in price has been necessitated by the increased of Charcoal from British Guiana. 7.4.50.MAHOGANY & CEDAR FURNITURE nn WILL ALWAYS WIN. i ruTTtn % %  risrl NEW •-• *>-*4 Mah.iaai A I rdar Wardreaa*. BaSataad*. VaatUet. Wait %  Uada. Tawtl Batk>. Niabl t hair. Illalaf Tablat, China Cabintt. Lteer Caaa. Merrl* aad Tab Seltei *r aaparate E-l*.M. Ceaahe*. rV.ru-. and atbar all-al-eaae ca*lr. Barh.i. I arlabl thai... Sldabaaiaa, Bal r-ek* -lib U.I.I kflkrar*. Oa*e* Delhi. Ba, MOSBE-SAVIMO PSKI LS. mm Trafaliar Mr..1 D4al * DIXON 6c BLADON (JOHN M. BLADON) Ml WISH AM. OUR MANY CLIENTS AND ?R1ENI>S A VERY PLEASANT EASTER VACATION PHONE IM PLANTATIONS BULIHM. PHONE 4514 FOR ANYTHING YOU REQUIRE GRIFFITH'S ROCKLEY -li.ll; FACTOIY MACIIINtlll Mill SALE (aa a whale or pieeesaeal) situated at 'Craleniih' Estate, Prlneeatewn. n.iMl. u, ALL ITEMS I N.ACHINF.RY In the Factory con I Knife Engine. Juice Healer; Triple Effect; Crystallise!,. V.icuum Pana; Centrifugals; Ruston Engine (90—110 hp.); Generating Set (20 k.w); Filter Presses; Sundry Engines, Pumps, Tanks, etc., etc. Parehaser(s) te bear all rests of disaunlllni aasl reaR.iv.l. Iiartieulars ana Inspection BDply :-~ KM. FOGARTY. LTD., Pert W Spain. TKIMOAII NOTICE OUR CUSTOMERS & FRIENDS %  ST. %  re aakrd i,. nol,ih,,! our Office. Mci.ii.null.,.mil Workshop Departments will be closed on SATURDAY next, the 8th instant III caM* of an emergency arrangements have been made to undertake the neceasary work. TBE BARBADOS POtXUBY Ltd. Dial 4546 or 2*56



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Friday April 7 19J0. Bmrtotitos fl&uocate Prie*; IVE CENTS Year 55. "Russian Threat Grave As Shooting War" 6 ARAB STA TES APPRO VE U.N. PALESTINE PLAN CAIRO. April 6. CIX ARAB nations to-day approvrd subjrct it, reservations J —the United Nit ion* Triuta^hip Council plan to internationalise the 170 square miles of the IVili .t,„. eentre on Jerusalem. Thev Newsam Auditor General The Secretary of State for the Colonies has selected Mr. E. A Newsam. Principal Clerk, for appointment as Auditor Genertl Barbados. Mr. Newsam Joined the Civil Service in 1908 and served in the Public Library, the Post Office, the Customs and the Master In Chancery's Office during a long period. In 1932 lie was appointed Clerk to the Police Magistral" Dlst. "C" and later was again transferred to the Customs. In 1938 he went back to the %  Audit Office where he remained and acted on several occasions as of the department Quiet and thorough going Mr %  Newsam won the respect of Mis oUeagues and th* confidence o Boissanger and Senor Pablo Ass/Mo. Chairman and Principal Secret*]) ol tie Col dilation Commission, are HOW touring Middle Baal tpitfefa te speed arrangements to bring the Arab-Jewish Committees into being. —Reuter. JOHN FOSTER DULLES CALLS FOR UNITY IN FREEDOM'S CAUSE SPARTANS FAST MOVING forward lit Klaz is seen joint out (o catch a high a* %  make* nr-i raid on from hi ill. WalcWt i .rllnii foal. i.ml keeper Trinidad Sugar Delegates Leave For U.K. April 2/ POKT-OF-SPA1N. April 6. Trinidad delegates to Hie new Sugar Talks—Hon. Albert Gomes ami Councillor yuinlin O'Connor leave for United Kingdom on April 21, I was inlormeu to-day. They are going by air and will travel via New Voik. 1 understand that the same B.W.I. Sugar Association which previously sought a belter offer for sugar and failed will be going also as advisers to the Political Delegation. It is likely that Harold Robinson who will lead the Association's delegates and Keith Mc Cowan, the Association's Secretary, will also be leaving on April 21._A number of other W. 1. islands I understand have already agreed to send Delegates to the new talks. — (By Cable) MISSING LAW STUDENT "SAFE AND SOUND l" swam PARIS. April 6. I AN UNCLE and couiin of Tudor Tatareacu. Rumanian w student who has been missing from his Pans luxurv nat since March 26, said to-day that he WM 'ttlfl and sound' in %  rest home in the Paris area. thi F nch NffWl Agn cy. Atf ency Franc* Preste, reported. H Earlier to-day Kr. 's Scotland Yard, the Burefc %  Uaaaals were reported to in? li v> itigating the disappearance of .1 Tatarrscue, 26 year old son mer Rumanian Foreign if mister, Georges Tataresou. TR* uncle and cousin denied rumours that the young man had been kidnapped, or was under H sure to remain in the rest home. According to his relatives, fcfl Tudor Tatarescu spen,' a holiday on the Cote D'A*gure with his cousin Constant in shortly before he was last seen at his Pan* West End home. On his return to Paris he felt unwell and decided thai In HI coinph'ie Isolation they said. The relative that he had important document* in his posi at he hao considerable funds at his disposal. Poverty M. Tatarescu s father was "purged" by the Rumanian Government from the Foreign MinVovcmber 1947 and his .-s coullscated. He was said to be now In poverty, m i oixiing to letters to his son n.n.misn refugee circles In Paris based their k ttMBjt) on the tUegsj) Tudor Tatarescu possessed Importaint documents about the Rumanian regime. whi. h his father had left with a Rumanian attache in Paris, later recalled and imprisoned. Since then, according to "Paris BREATHLESS RUM %  a....,., ., !" j, ,„„,„,„„ LONDON. April 0 A new Hyle rum. which has no wn. is reported lo have appaarI on the markat hcra. and has ""a a certain amount o( disnnaction among importer. TJfeathlMs' which BUY VJT 5 ,ne now raw !*• 1 .l Mid to " I* wv other way with the normal %  V Is makers. 1; „ rrporlrd. ! '1 will appeal t„ women. JgPorters ot recoiiiMM Well n rum. an rot apparently ""fl but sav Dial ,„ imrodu.• n. the makers s,.,. JJ| a "" %  > hs an unpleasan-. !" point they then, admit. Ferry Boat Sinks With 80 Aboard 16 POSSIBLY DROWNED OPORTO. April 6. Lieutenant-Colonel M sa. Oporto Pol to-day that so far only live bodies had been recovered from .1 crowded ferryboat. WO in the Dourn river List night with an estimated 80 people on board. At le.ist 20 psjq b ferry proprli ol three were known t u be s;iic. \>m many survivors %  %  have v. ..'!• ub pi id rushed to their homes, it wai not y<' known how many were drowned. Colonel Bessa said tbi farrj pilot thought the death roll would not exceed It. The boat had left Oporto last night packed mainly with city m their way home to riverside villnes Several children ported to he on bond I; Hnli oil the village of Olivera on the south bank uf the rivfs iwai Oporto. Reports ssJd it struck an underwater quay, hidden by the high tide, and sprung aleak. Panic unon| lbs !>.i"etiKers increased the number <>t —Reuter 19 Killed: 100 lnjute Mv*, however, f^fn 1 uprovins wnh .vi. a ar>.* Jn d K win b* mfitMim to -•* En>a,r* on In* one Hanrt ity.ru 10 inalM < -' Sround and COIIM* B ihr. ' wo,k 'n Loa S*00 1 " and 1 JBJfiAte. A *oB! Gunshell Explodes Near Cathedral ( AIRO, April 8. Qua shell exploded OOP feet from All Saints Anglican Cathedral, overlooking the Nile Hi Cairo, during an Vaster service to-day. A street sweeper and a pa s serjured but the C;*thedrnl was not damaged. The shell was believed to hav.been an old one which In.untouched until examine ye.Prepare For World Wa, *f Alamos authorities ss-sjn*hed Tudor Tatsrescus ilst —Keulrr PREMIERS MEET LISBON A, Southern Rhodesia' Premier Sir Godfrey Muggins, today had talks with the Portuguese Premier Dr. Antonio De Oin %  Oodfrey is here to sign sn agreement on the future of th Mud f^ ^r""" x ith etWes gueae East Airlean port of Beirs EARTH TREMOR IN ITALY IX>KDON. April 8 A i.ew earth tremor wa> felt in I#ghon and ;ue.. uf Italy 3t 8 10 I today, Rome radio said. At Gabbio. Castelm Misericords and Nibble, practically the whole poin. their houses and camped in open spaces. Them were no casualties. An earthquake said to be the worst in 40 years in ti.c jrea. ,rocked Leghorn on Saturday night, njurthg W peopie U.S. And Britain May Protest Against Russia LONDON. April 8. Britain and the United Stales are now considering whether to lodge a protest in Moscow on what they regard as the "steady developmein" of a Germany Army in Vie Eastern rone, according ko usually reliable sources here to%  n. British sources claimed thsi armed military formations in Eastern Germany now numbered 45.000. and said It was Intended to double this number in the near future. —Reuter. U.K. Urges Westerling's Extradition U.S. Will Not Break Asvluin Rights PRAGUE. A1 .ill 6. The United States Government flatly rejected a Czechoslovak demand for the extradition uf eigh: Czechoslovak airmen who escaped lo Western Germany 24 in three Czechoslovak airline planes The United Slates also rejeeteu v.ik complaint about th. manner and form in which thox %  wished to return to CzechosU>v;ikia, wen interrogated l\ th. authorities at Erdinj %  'MI Munuh. where thi three planes landed. Tl the American Government in "em was contained in h the Americm Embassy in Prague la sen ted to the Csecaosiovi eign Ministry. The note. veeho.ilovak notes delivered to the American Rmbees] here on March M The first noti no extra dition agreement between th United Stiiten and Czechoslovakia %  principles of international law recognise no right tr extradition in the absence of treaty it is clear these individuals left ('Teehoalovakia for political reasons by whatever meanthey eould lind to escape." the —Renter U.S.A. IS ENCIRCLED WASHINGTON, April 6 THE STATE DEPARTMENT announced to-day that Mr. John Foster Dulles, Republican For eign Affairs expert, had agreed "to serve as consul, tant to the Secretary of State. Mr. Dulles is a former American Representative at the United Nations. Only last night, President Truman's Press Secretary, Mr. Charles O. Ross, denied reports that Mr. Truman proposed to name Mr. Dulles to a top policy post with the rank of Ambassador at large The Slate Department iodav aald Dulluill idvur Secretary Acheaon on broad i-rulilr reign Affairi utu >n specific lines ol action, which %  lenl should follow' Sack Curie From Atom Research LONDON. April n Britain has advised Indonesia lo i^...f „> i"n "" % %  PP., ,.,n for the c.radi.ic, „, "" %  '•' ^"f.?""'"^..!"' fe Protection He laid emphatically that h troops did in.i hide the former guerilla flgfT'er^ of the Imlon-sian Nationalist Army but wanted to protest the future. Meanwhile rebel Bren-carriers and lorrie-i patrolled against a background of political moves to end armed Malemat* i>etween Rasi Indonesia and the Central Government at Djakarta. State Prime MIIMSUM Dlaparl was flying to the Feder:il ( ifjHaj to discuss yesterday's successful lightning levolt headed by Captain Aris against the Mogassar garrison. The Federal Government in turn was sending Its representative to Magassar to confer with the F.ast Indonesian Cabinet, which had eaiher resigned because of the despatch of garrison reinforcements. Dutch Arm> Commander, General Van Vreeden. was also expetted here to Investigate the coup involving seizure of barracks, docks and radio station. Threatened Captain Azis. had been ordered to Djakarta himself under the the West Java rebel leader. Captain ••TUrcn" Westerling. now in Singapore jail, this time invoking the existing Anglo-Netherlands Extradition Treaty, a Foreign Office spokesman said to-day. The Indonesian Govern men; asked for Westerling's extradition last February when, after leading a revolt against the Federal Government, he fled to ngjtpon —(Reuter.) Gautcmala Ask For Removal of U.S. Ambassador WASHINGTON. April tl Guatemala has asked the United States to recall Ambassador Richard C. Patterson on the ground that he Interfered l" Guatemalan Affairs, usually reliable sources reported here u Patterson returned le the United State* from Guatemala i-eek ago after reports that his life had been threatened. —Reater. was staying here to ensure, he declared, that WH) reinforcements for the National Army garrison anchored in two Netherlands ships of? Wiore, did not land. The 26-year-old leader's coup had followed weeks of tension over plans to incorporate Kast Indonesia—combined last December into the United Indonesia—into Jogjakarta State Magassar, under curfew, remained quiet with the local National Army Commander, and his 500 troops either imprisoned or confined to barracks. But the possibilities of a clash between the rebels and elements favourable to a Stale of Jogjakarta remained —Reuter. 3 JAP BRIDES FOR ARGENTINE YOKOHOMA, April t> The second party of Japanest emigrants to leave for sinee the war, caanpi people incfsjcUng three prospective brides, boarded the 14,000ton Dutch liner Beiss e vain Here to-day The ilrst party left on February 24 — Realer U.S. Reject Israel's Request For Artillery, Tanks WASHINGTON. Apr.l 6 Government officials said today thai me United Soles had "tenta•'eled" Israel'* request A capons such as artillery and tanks. B "he might be allowed lo buy light arms and perhaps some -urplu. .el flgflifkei The offi. Defence Department had ruled not enough American h e a j weaponi. to meet the Israeli reS uest and at the same time "arm 'astern Europe and oitier countries threatened by Communism.' The United States has In the peat allowed Israel to buy quantities of small arms from private American concerns on the aasurrmre hey would be used only for iMernal defence Official, familiar with the aitua'ion -aid that these factors had i>-tn in the rejection of Ihc request for heavy equipment Israel has the most powerful military force In the Middle Fjist at present. ID the opinion of American officials Israel Is in no danger of attack from its Arab neighbours even though Hr equipment -Rswear. Van ZtT.aiid Still 1 Vying To Form Government UKUSStli. April I The Belgian Premiei uesignaL Paul Van /.eeland, a Catholic prewar Premier and Foieigu tfln.Ster of the outgoing (.'airioh.-liberal Coalition Government, to-daj reported lo the Belgian Regent i.ile of his footuDf efforts rro %  Vafll itraigfat into with Barun Krancai.Van Dei Btraiea Wiiiei. chaannsjn --r th U nan (CaUkoLktj Pertj He uiinuuiiced later he will also miller IOflJag 'Mill Hie OtltgjOaBf Liberal Ministers. Th. General Assembly has been mm rnoned for to-morrow It is esss. •rally tNUavsja] that until the I.ib. >II .kn*i.. land can make no liea-Jv. kMaasa Catholics decide to renounce the Liberal participation, and fuim a one party all-Cathobc Government. —Reufcer. Coiiiiiiunists Oiistfii From Trade Union IN BRITAIN t tea "i the lew ran gining i 10 UM Hiiti-n Trade Urn merit has been destro'. i spectaculo m this traditional!) "red" port und industri.il issstre, it was disclosed toria> long time Glasgow has been one of three big British 'rolled th< dgg Councils — leU—a turn* of hee of thi rsjrloua Tredea Union %  %  i Communism among the 20 new executive Members. A reenn. ttendance . Trade Unionists at the annual meeting <>f the Trade : Council led to this swing over. Only London and Manchestei Trades Councils are Mill gener ally considered to he under Crtmmunis! c mtrol —Renter Failure Succeeds In Foreign Office SAYS U.K. JOURNAL I.ONDON. Apr,I | The leftwlng weekly review New Statesman sad Nation s ai im.i getd wealth of experience and trailer crashed Into the 40 feei deep CHdenbuig I'weni -'iigers managed lo crawl oett ol : nd swim ashore. —Reater. BERLIN MAY BE 12TH W. GERMAN STATE BONN. April 6. THE HIGH COMMISSIONERS lu-ld u me>tin K today which AUsfd souict's .said included disciiisioiis of poseibililics of Berlin joining Western or many as a 12th State. They lso dkKUaaexl all Berlin elections, the sou ice* said. • Initiative for bringing about these moves would have to come tint irom the Germans. However, the allies might drop suitable hints" lo Bonn and VTest Berlin F IVIIII' Sllllf *f T politicians, it was itated. it wibelieved here that the three wesfprn commandants of Berlin, at their meeting today, also discussed these uueaUons, The sources forecasted that the Western Allies mighi later— perhaps at a meeting the High Commissioners are believed to have decided to hold In Berlin Apni 20—come out with .i full dress statement in support oi this "German" Initiative. Object of these two moves would be to counter Soviet pressure on the former German capital, it was believed Mr. John J. McCloy. United States High Commissioner, spoke at length about what he considered the danger of this pressure when in London earlier thi* week. Thousands See Flying SMM! ln Vnuiaia AS.MAItA. Ai Everything stopped in Asmara thu morning, and thousand* idled the street* and market places to watch flying date hovering over the city. It appeared at a great height, lookinx like | .umet. In bright sunshine, the crowds eould see Its circular hape distinctly. After half an hour. It was strl stationary high above the city. -Reuter. Oil Mirmler Coinea Tomorrow Mr. N. K Tanner Minister ol Mines and Mineral, m the Alberta Government, who is visiting Barbados to advise the Government in connectioT development, is due to arrive from Canada on Saturday morning, the 8th of April Mr. Tanner, who is a Canadian Ecclesiastic and politician was bom in leM. He was educated at Cardrten Publ and later at the Utah and Alberta lea. In 1923—35 he was the Principal of Cards ton School, in 19*3 was ; member of Cardston Town Council, and became Speaker of the I-egislature In IMS. Rev Tanner belongs to the Social Party. 1 Discuss Rouble LONDON. April 6 British, United States. French and other Ambassadors in M*< today discussed Russia's rejection of itieir complaints about the abolition of the diplomatic exchange rate for the rouble from July I, a usually reliable source said here. Ambassadors of Britain. United States, France. 1Mb land and Belgium attended thmeeting In me house of the A lean Ambassador. Aumln. G. Kirk — R e a der TO QUIT POUND WARSAW. A, Poland today ordered jfci pulsion within a week of (he sole remaining British correspondent In Poland. Vincent A. Buist of Renters, who was charged "unobJecUve reporting



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PACE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY, APRIL 7, m, Cahib galling From Australia R OAMING around the Island br car, vudtlnf all the beauty apots, is showing Mr. and Mn N. L. fakes whr: a lovely spot Back Again tVTURSE. PHYLLIS BORDE of IN Trinidad who was :.. Mart: riow back in the island fur three weeks' holiday3h* arrived recently by B.W.I.A.. and is Maying al Indramer Guest House. Wor.tiinj. Nurse Borde is atuched o tha staff of Johnson's Nursing Home in Port-of-Spain Enjoying Holiday C Jt O S ..-. w O A I* Barbados Is wti AND MHS J. L TURNER Mr and Mrs. Takes are berth JY1 0 f Georgetown, British GuiAus.ralians. Five years ago Mr. .^ wno were holidaying here for Jakes joined the Shell. Petroleum he pM% lwo nv> nm s m fljmts Jb Company, and as Blgliieer ana Baashw-on-Si-... Si Lawrence. T^nicaiAdvSer he lias served in wlll „, „ Q „ mother England, India and Australia. month flow living I" Vaoj^a heis ^ ue iMb lewd wilh tne •till with the Shell Orgarj"" 0 reception given *em by JJarbedl•nd U spending bis holiday at M11 from ,„ WJ|lu of lu a inQ m 'Cscrabank. certainly enjoying their holiday Easter la BarbaaM This is Mr. Turner's first visit M ISS %  BILLIE" TEMPLE to the island, while his wife has MEADE and Miss Catherine been here about three times beMltchell. two studentIt Coringfore, the last being It years ago ton High School, are spendnic She had a word of praise for the their four weeks' Easter holiday island and was very surprised a.' at "Cacrabank" Catherine is exthe_vast_improvements made. pecting her parents over to Join them. At Far Back A* 1700 T* HE DRIVE Cor cleaner alley* ( %  ad rtnsfli t (Vuil • :<-'i mini lino •< **alit MCUOV* 3 4 • S attar** • outni u. iii -riurtmn eoniainwr iS' it Rui m int minx .ctwx-i IJ> 13 [t arias .mir c mpnnt -o DMOOIr ftiftycnt* 15 Sotfd to* IU Damn.. -• H Touet.-fto -X • iun 4 16 OuorJ CM Osssa 'TbNt *cenHmn tm %  stlvKnc* none I. PootljBllor* "•"• %  •*. 9 mam <• %  Mi Pound m an> Arao .etion u 33 Son oi young parw. win*<*uia %  .w UOM 1 'M Tou oulaoT can tni* •enaiO'C Clue i St jb Acme* u> ire arut.Baim v rtrnui J to I GOOD NEW* wtDner al a contnt in Tokyo—sUf of bald head*—to j baldr*. hfad In thr Japanrar rapllal. Prumotem of the •ire** that bald mm arr 'hrallhirt. trt* from IK criminal traiU' Ilia iim. : A ketUr. nd thr ronteat ranter. Mr. Turner is Port Welfare Officer and Manager of the Georgetown Mariners' Club VUitor U Impreued as old as 18th I HAo neard so much about Ontury Venice. A correspondeni I Barbados and its wonderful in a recent issue of Country IJfr climate from my friends that I *how a picture which he took of thousjhi I would lake a trip down a Public Complaints Box in Venice for a change and a rwt, Mr. J. D. which was put there in the 1.00's. McKenzte of Mlddleion. Nova The picture shows much wear Scotia, told Carib shortly after nnd u-ar through the orifices into his arrival on Wednesady morning which angry Vcna-tUm poured by the "Lady Rodney." their complaints. Perhaps some He said that his first impressions such bos outside the Public are very favourable and added Buildino might have a cleah tha. the island looks good enough effect on the City. for one to come and reside. A~*mmtmA N*w Pnat A manufacturer of dairy prodACCCptea ew '**•*. ucls. Mr. McKenzie waA T Harrison College yesterday 0 f Highways and Public Works m a presentation was made to the Nova Scotia Government from Mr. C A Burton, BA. by the 1933—1945. He hopes to be here Head Boy, V. O. Smith on behalf tor about two weeks and is stayof the School. Mr. Burton has i ng al .j, e Marine Hotel accented a post as Senior .English After 43 Yean M R. DAN WALKER, a Barc-aa day in Barbados in 1947. has now dian resident in Boston, .etumed for a real holiday This To Study Law for the past 43 years, retime he has come for six weeks j R. BEN PRESCOD. Civil turned to the colony on Wednesand has brought his wife along j and Latin Master at the Bishop'* High School In Tobago r appntr. l#d -anna tnunspr %  'ITI •' ; Ma> in* maaiosa <*> %  Mat cu* JSoupdsi eatnonc u> ma. i ] Cloatnc la aucawWd M oeotiemaa foiiowtas i") Acupt i3 Hti .iwait in me rxa caraao ipu'li And. (41 % THat < o *rnnd to w urnUoo. (4i ll. U* Rrf S oiinfop. a_ i-'p-ic*.^ ^ Tai. _*. awctw; L AUV BOUTBI Bella WooU. wno vlsn hSBf husband Sir Thomas Sou thorn and brother Mr Herbert Woolf have baiii hoi Id lying in Barbados since nber 2Htu 194V day by the "Stuyvesant" en route to England.. Lady Southorn tells roe thai* she hat put in a lot of work latest book "The Gambia aitc wiii here, nd published she Will be BM 'Advocate' copy Ian Lords uno many of mall at the Baggage Warehouse to see To' G'.K. For Six Months M Bcrvant of SI. Vlncmt who %  > ..morning by II %  "Lady Rodwilh him arrived a short lime ago from lha. %  • "'"1 'i,,"* %  "„ ' h %  " "alive of Monlserral, Mr. colonv lo make sea cowiKUon. lo ralalivi^ al Ellenwi, SI George. Jeffers left there 49 years ago and the, UK. t\nal& aetiS-da passago wh ll! '" <>* <•' S A Mr. Walker paid his nnl visit since that lime T D-: n *, n UmP* n t. !" tKk-'viwr "whirh left Barbsea rrled on his own engineering in 1932 His wife and he had just lo Kejoin Her ParenU on the *- !" |ff "S !" business He said that he was spent four months there with his M ho ' r Sffto BMSDTS. studf aw Hu delighted '" l ba t k here in this broth, "aa been "JJ? F.' b' J K !" wi. '.n^,, with '"" of sunshine, esp.-, • or* aataaj i*^,. Barbados left yesterday „"" btuyvesant." • to school a: ton High School but has now left HI be returning to ^ rt with her .. parents Mr. and Mrs Franl peat few months % %  •. of M<'t rdina. s;ay here was spent with Mr W E Jeffers. Asais after tiint Treasurer at the colony. UP. M : Thi#^f Station ,he cold m ,f, e States. When he Mrs. Jeffers is a BarbM ";J1. ri Ml the temperature was 32 F H paying her first visiv to the island in 30 years. Tsstj "ii Wednesday by the 'Lait> Rodney" and are slaying al pent ein-Sca.' The Stream Returns To St. Vincent years at the General Hospital RS. BETTY JOW '• Inesday night by tho m *nd 'Lav a holiday in Robert left on Wednesday night her horn.. war ^ .„ ojr the S' visited lor I .....ation, St. Thomas, left BarBR Michael. One Of The Many O NE of the increasing number of Barbadians who have done the USA. Is Mr John He arrtvad in Barbados one month ago after an absence of thirty five years. He relumed 10 the US. earlier this asked Carib to thank his many who made his short stay such a happy one. Left In 1939 Y|II. II L, CLARKE, temperature Brousrht Hit Wife V|R J S JEFFERS of Brookn todOS lOS • 7c rle Venezuela Visitantes ae Especial de Pascua a nuestro BUFFET FROID DlNAMARQ" 115 de los Domingos HOTEL MARINE 4 e ** r K ** diaii Mhu fur Barba%  Mr JOMI 1•:.. dl ..'It: 4 Ml She was accompunle British Guiana. %  %  %  11.bridge in ll>S Mr ao at all hours on the U Gutch was educated at Aldeiiham Home For Eaater There I hool and Gonville I T WO paNenK' ' -' l '" nl " 1 **'lie was aD.irline* i,,ld • olonlal AdmiiusrvlcelnlftUi i .sooner. Gold Coast, h -" promoted to to A-l mucti admired. Secretary in 1934, .and was trans,. T U/ U ('ii"' U) I'-WMni, m 1936 as After lwo Week! Assistant Secretary %  rromoied to M RS BERYL BAYNES .f the the post of Principal S Modet' Mttdao i'i 144. IKwta, in 1947. seconded Kingsiown St Vincent, returned for service in the Colonial Office second Special Flight <-f this alraf Barbados an leave the f' ndng at 7.30 a m. with the week-end Rupert and the Dragon Pills 14 \01 v ATli: CliOai CWBliA (Members OrJy) TONIGHT TO TlTSUAY !" *B1M** %  gr MATINEES TOMORROW v.iimient ought lo be able to state off the dreaded moment when eggs in shell have to be allocated to all income brackets for the purposes of nutrition, to praa-snt n.< rtoda •ojnajbjd. If TOU rr larllna Nlfhu. or aulTtr from I n-a. lU.k*. ha L* I'-mv w „ii,. n AnMlr. HhnuniaOam Uurninc Pauatu Kacsfla I !*.| •I4aaloca row Mm., KM. Naa Wrou IWPS* aad Jnnan. wsftry, r-.td. ot •varwerk may i* an •• o( aclda and pla,< a hr—• .irain o >i>ur kl.ln.y. •o ihal ihy lu^tion poorly and nad hate I* prop ( ;> pur.f. uur Mood an.1 malniala Malta an %  -r. a> Ha. KMssays Dsxtar's W^ ..any dtxiora ha>a dlarovar.J by a-Irnlift, clinical uii) and In a i Ikal a qulth and iur •-/ :o htlp lha kldaaya claan oui MIH p..|aun* anil acw la •iU a p.-|*nUAcal.y praparod priacrlpilon No ian.rir—No oy • ^•ty anal 1 % %  %  '. Cyalai |n*a nyht k lirlpil.K ,„ u Md.i, %  r.ntQVe •. qulckl/. ihl. nukasi you l*rl %  • ,k. And L, .. • "ur m. n. laa.las) roai. Ili"ard lb* mo**)ha. k %  uar>uit-o ur-ilrt • %  a.) buy yaur traatmml today for 9 o M I r s lADDgf, ..( n^rm >...•, RHtUMATIMg x^w. w v^ #^< IIH1I1I' I.L *. Cyst ex GLOBE THEATRE >nnin 1 "ill. abaain lhat through the kind co-operation of IB* Barhado, r:ltricitv Company there will be 2 SHOWS DAILY as from TO-D.YY at 5 & 8.30 p.m. with M.G.M's Technirolour Musical. THIS HLM STARTS TO-DAY AT 5 P.M. AMD CONTINUES DAILY MATINEE AND NIGHT AT 5 & 8.30 P.M. SPECIAL SHORT: "BOWLING TRICKS" \ SMM|MS *.— SMii.i'.uii'SM" mnii:Ml HI HH • (IU Mats • IK*IS IMCS ontHa s M. ra. >i SMI CMS*. *M sasss fesss Music tHjiry Wiifai.lyficjt7 IrsGtislssw Msaeal NssMKfi Drntlal t, 0b(l AITON 1 Oirsctsd by ounts WAims I ty allHUIt FREE J HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN. MATINEES AT 5 P.M. DAILY. TO-DAY AND EVERY DAY. LET'S RESUME THOSE MATINEE DATES. I Beautiful Lines — by Butterick tj-.*" /or your sa/eclion at niiiiiiHUN TOR your greater convenience. ALL BL'TT>..-aCK nil I.RNS are now I aU ul WH1TF1ELDS. 15 Broad Street I EVANS I WHIIRELDS GLOBE Grand %'ariotu t'onevrt l nder lit.Auspices ot THE BARBADOS CIVIL SERVICE ASSOCIATION On Till RSUAV. APRIL Utl AT 1.45 P.M. Musk br lha Police Baissl under Captain Ralaaa with these Supporting Artistes : I .ptain Sealey Paul Wilkln Evans Bascombe Cedric rhOUpa Ben Gibson Gerald Bannister Gaorle Morris C. F. Thompson Miss Nell Halls The MUlon Quartette and several others Plus the State Play 'THE CHANGELING" Orchestra SeaU 1/-: Clrcla II-: ttievn 1 •: Bow Z. 2 Hours a Superb Entertainment I YOLR POPULAR CINEMA The PLAZA The . Presents . NOTICE PASSION PLAY (OR THE LIKE Of CHRIST) I InScaBM wait ucluully inude on ihe location us presented in the New Testament Starting 3.00 p.m. 4.4a p.m. Ul p.m. 8.00 p.m. TODAY (GOOD FRIDAY. 7TII) r niishing + 4.20 p.m. 6.00 p.m. 7.35 p.m. 9.20 p.m. mil pussibly Starling at MO p.m. and Finishing at 11.00 p.m. REGULAR PRICES! ANOTHER CHAMPION HIT! Saturday & Continuing Daily at 5 and 8.30 p.m. Our Customer, and Friends are asked to note that our Factory and all our Departments —Plantation Supplies, Lumber, Hardware, Insurance and Office will be cloaed to business on Saturday Sin instant. BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LTD. JOEL M C CREAVIRGINIA MAYO ^ MIDNIGHT MATINEE. SAiX'RDAY 8TH M Ml It VS Him outdoor thrills. : Ml 11 IST1 LAND" .,,,,1 "OKLAHOMA 111 I M I DUB TAYLOR 3,000 Aim. LstsU Pi. nil, a („ ralinai visitinu ihe Plasa over the Wcck-ead.


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Friday
April 7
19J0.
Bmrtotitos
fl&uocate
Prie*;
IVE CENTS
Year 55.
"Russian Threat Grave As Shooting War"
6 ARAB STA TES APPRO VE
U.N. PALESTINE PLAN
CAIRO. April 6.
CIX ARAB nations to-day approvrd subjrct it, reservations
J the United Nit ion* Triuta^hip Council plan to inter-
nationalise the 170 square miles of the IVili .t,. eentre on
Jerusalem.
Thev
Newsam
Auditor
General
The Secretary of State for the
Colonies has selected Mr. E. A
Newsam. Principal Clerk, for
appointment as Auditor Genertl
Barbados.
Mr. Newsam Joined the Civil
Service in 1908 and served in the
Public Library, the Post Office,
the Customs and the Master In
Chancery's Office during a long
period. In 1932 lie was appointed
Clerk to the Police Magistral"
Dlst. "C" and later was again
transferred to the Customs.
In 1938 he went back to the
Audit Office where he remained
and acted on several occasions as
of the department
Quiet and thorough going Mr
Newsam won the respect of Mis
oUeagues and th* confidence he senior officers of the servlCQ,
le has been acting Auditor den-
ial during the last few month-
nd carried out efficiently !h<
luties of the office, His promo*
ion to the post is recognition of
iis efficient work. It may be that
might not long occupy the
re In view of his age but du-
Ing that time the General public
'ill be able to have that same
of confidence In a de-
Bartment of government on whose
lAtlent working depends on that
" many of the other departments
If the Service.
Fogarty's Start
Pension Scheme
GEORGETOWN. April
A contributory pension scheme
rovKled by Messrs Wm. Fogarty
Ltd. for their employees camt
ito effect to-day. The Scheme
joludes employees of the Arm In
flush Guiana, Trinidad, Tobago,
Unchester and London and all
tee of the Brians Moiiufactur-
ig Coy. a subsidiary of the firm
i British Guiana.
Underwriters of the Scheme are
te North American Life Assur-
PjjCo. of Toronto, Canada
The Scheme is designed to pro-
de all employees of .he firm with
luitable pension on their re-
rtntent.
Provision is made by the
Bhem.' for present employees to
Bative credit for their vears of
tt service by virtue of an ad-
twnal contribution on their be-
U by the firm.
Participation in the Scheme
|*Jas optional to present employees
*d all the employees eligible to
uticipate have done so. How-
far, participation by future em-
loyees will be compulsory, after
ie required qualifying period of
vice has been completed. I
'ere meeting as the Poli-
tical Committee of the Arab
League which they set up five
years ago tt coordinate
ties of the Middle Eastern Arab
statesEgypt. Iraq. Saudi Arabi.
Syria, the Lebanon, the Yemen
&nd Jordanon matters of com-
mon concern.
The seventh member of the
League. Jordan, who has) recently
been boycotting its Palestine dis-
cussions, took no part in the d?bato
on the plar. because she opposes
the principle of intern at localisa-
tion.
The six states made three con-
ditions for acceptance of the plan
1. A "balance of population" in
the citythat is a return m
population in 1947 before the ,
British Palestine mandate i
ended.
2. Safeguards for Antb refugees I
who left the area.
3 Arab Inhabitants of the inter-
national area to hiv tgesjsj
to Israeli ports and other
public services.
Arab circles ln Cairo baajavtd
the League mi^ht also accept
Dropusal of the United Nations
Palestine Conciliation Committee
to set i.p joint Arab-Jew commit-
tees to seek n final settlement in
Palestine, which the political com-
mittee also discussed to-day. They
thought th" Arab states would
make similar reservations on this
proposalthat Arab refupees he
allowed to return to Palestine with
indemnities paid to ihose who did
not want to Bo back and that
rsrnel undertake to respect th'
uartllioti resolution of the United
Nations.
M. Claude V>o Boissanger and
Senor Pablo Ass/Mo. Chairman
and Principal Secret*]) ol tie Col -
dilation Commission, are HOW
touring Middle Baal tpitfefa te
speed arrangements to bring the
Arab-Jewish Committees into be-
ing. Reuter.
JOHN FOSTER DULLES
CALLS FOR UNITY
IN FREEDOM'S CAUSE
SPARTANS FAST MOVING forward lit
Klaz is seen joint out (o catch a high a*
make* nr-i raid on
from hi ill. WalcWt
i .rllnii foal. i.ml keeper
Trinidad Sugar Delegates
Leave For U.K. April 2/
POKT-OF-SPA1N. April 6.
Trinidad delegates to Hie new
Sugar TalksHon. Albert Gomes
ami Councillor yuinlin O'Con-
nor leave for United Kingdom on
April 21, I was inlormeu to-day.
They are going by air and will
travel via New Voik.
1 understand that the same
B.W.I. Sugar Association which
previously sought a belter offer
for sugar and failed will be
going also as advisers to the
Political Delegation. It is likely
that Harold Robinson who will
lead the Association's delegates
and Keith Mc Cowan, the Asso-
ciation's Secretary, will also be
leaving on April 21._A number of
other W. 1. islands I understand
have already agreed to send
Delegates to the new talks.
(By Cable)
MISSING LAW STUDENT
"SAFE AND SOUND
l"
swam PARIS. April 6.
IAN UNCLE and couiin of Tudor Tatareacu. Rumanian
w student who has been missing from his Pans luxurv
nat since March 26, said to-day that he WM 'ttlfl and
sound' in rest home in the Paris area. thi F nch NffWl
Agncy. Atfency Franc* Preste, reported.
H Earlier to-day Kr. 's Scot-
land Yard, the Burefc Uaaaals
were reported to in? li v> itigating
the disappearance of .1 Tatar-
rscue, 26 year old son
mer Rumanian Foreign if mister,
Georges Tataresou. TR* uncle
and cousin denied rumours that
the young man had been kid-
napped, or was under H
sure to remain in the rest home.
According to his relatives, fcfl
Tudor Tatarescu spen,' a holiday
on the Cote D'A*gure with his
cousin Constant in shortly before
he was last seen at his Pan* West
End home. On his return to Paris
he felt unwell and decided thai
In hi coinph'ie Isolation
they said. The relative
that he had important document*
in his posi at he hao
considerable funds at his disposal.
Poverty
M. Tatarescu s father was
"purged" by the Rumanian Gov-
ernment from the Foreign Min-
Vovcmber 1947 and his
.-s coullscated. He was
said to be now In poverty, m -
i oixiing to letters to his son
n.n.misn refugee circles In
Paris based their k
ttMBjt) on the tUegsj)
Tudor Tatarescu possessed Im-
portaint documents about the
Rumanian regime.
whi. h his father had left with a
Rumanian attache in Paris, later
recalled and imprisoned.
Since then, according to "Paris
BREATHLESS
RUM
a....,., .,j, ,,,
LONDON. April 0
A new Hyle rum. which has no
wn. is reported lo have appaar-
I on the markat hcra. and has
""a a certain amount o( dis-
nnaction among importer.
TJfeathlMs' which BUY
VJT 5 ,ne now raw
!* 1.lMid to " I*
wv other way with the normal
V Is makers. 1; rrporlrd.
! '1 will appeal t women.
JgPorters ot recoiiiMM Well
n rum. an rot apparently
""fl but sav Dial , imrodu.-
n. the makers s,.,.
JJ|a' ""> hs an unpleasan-.
point they then,
* admit.
Ferry Boat
Sinks With
80 Aboard
16 POSSIBLY DROWNED
OPORTO. April 6.
Lieutenant-Colonel M
sa. Oporto Pol
to-day that so far only live bod-
ies had been recovered from .1
crowded ferryboat. WO
in the Dourn river List night with
an estimated 80 people on board.
At le.ist 20 psjq b
ferry proprli ol three
were known tu be s;iic. \>m
many survivors
have v. ..'! ub pi id rushed
to their homes, it wai not y<'
known how many were drowned.
Colonel Bessa said tbi farrj
pilot thought the death roll
would not exceed It. The boat
had left Oporto last night packed
mainly with city m
their way home to riverside vil-
lnes Several children
ported to he on bond I; Hnli oil
the village of Olivera on the
south bank uf the rivfs iwai
Oporto. Reports ssJd it struck
an underwater quay, hidden by
the high tide, and sprung aleak.
Panic unon| lbs !>.i"etiKers in-
creased the number <>t
Reuter
19 Killed:
100 lnjute IN TRAIN ACCIDENT
MADRID, April. 6.
Nineteen people were killed,
god "ver !00 Injured when 3
couches of the Madrid-Oveido
RtxprssM Inntled oft the rails today
near Wlllarnani station
The three coaches rolled down
a 30 foot embankment, while the
in continued on tn"e track.
Reater
Rebel Lender Seizes
Indonesian Radio Station
Broadcast Reasons For Revolt
MACASSAR, April 6.
Rebel Leader Captain Audi Abdul Azis, self-appointed
military commander of Makassar, capital of East Indonesia
to-night visited the local radio station for 12 minutes to
broadcast to the Indonesian people.
There was a musical comedy at-
mosphere, when British-trained
Captain Azis drove up to the sta-
tion in his jeep followed by .1 lorry
load of his troops, bristling with
automata weapons.
East Indonesia State Police, who
had been guarding the station one
minute previously disappeared
around the corner of the building.
A Dutch military programme
was interupled and Captain Azis.
!ave m ., soft voice his reasons
or taking things into his owl
hands.
He said the Dutch were n<
longer in a position to assure thi
future of the Cast Indies, and if
the State of East Indonesia was
dissolved by the Djakarta (Fed-
eral) authorities, the people of
Bast Indonesia would all be "trod
SPORTS
WINDOW
al Kriia.iMilo.. ir,
.ti.iir.ii lUtur*, Fmpirr haw
I two wm is tnt*e oiiiiaf*
1 fniw nav* no! vpi
DOlnl m IhL. divulon Iht
Th.> Mv*, however, f^fn
1 uprovins wnh .vi. aar>.* Jnd K
win b* mfitMim to -* En>a,r*
on In* one Hanrt ity.ru 10 inalM
< -' Sround and CoIIm* b
ihr. to iota wm* aAinli la (Iimt rfedit
128 Police Hurt
150 Prisoners
PARIS, April 6.
The following "casualty list"
was Issued bv Paris Police heao-
qu; yesterday's "h.itt.
Ely sees" between about 2,000
Ad I hkf number Ol
Communist demonstrators: Po-
licemen injured 128, ataa
duty through injuries 3u. In BOB"
pital 4, prisoners taken by Police
160. maintained in prison 14. The
fight resulted from a Communist
attack on the oftW of the CoO-
ssjrvattve newspaper "Figaro,"
hich is publishing the menio-rs
of Otto Skorzeny, who was chief
of Hitler's bodyguard.
B-BOMB
UNDERWAY
SANTA n. New M.
A M.i. April 8
'JP'tli nuctear ahvalclal I. u-
S "Wr ,uoli Doctor
V;:':'' - .win. ha
on *ouh, 0( L'nil*d Main
Jf*?! m '">' wo,k 'n Loa
S*-00 "1 " and 1 ,
JBJfiAte.A*oB!
Gunshell Explodes
Near Cathedral
( AIRO, April 8.
Qua shell exploded OOP feet
from All Saints Anglican Cathe-
dral, overlooking the Nile Hi
Cairo, during an Vaster service
to-day.
A street sweeper and a passer-
jured but the C;*thedrnl
was not damaged.
The shell was believed to hav.-
been an old one which In.-
untouched until examine
ye.Prepare For World Wa,
*f Alamos authorities
ss-sjn*hed
Tudor Tatsrescus ilst
Keulrr
PREMIERS MEET
LISBON A,
Southern Rhodesia' Premier
Sir Godfrey Muggins, today had
talks with the Portuguese Premier
Dr. Antonio De Oin
Oodfrey is here to sign sn agree-
ment on the future of th
Mud f^ ^r"""* xithetWes gueae East Airlean port of Beirs
EARTH TREMOR
IN ITALY
IX>KDON. April 8
A i.ew earth tremor wa> felt
in I#ghon and '
;ue.. uf Italy 3t 8 10 I
today, Rome radio said.
At Gabbio. Castelm
Misericords and Nibble, practi-
cally the whole poin.
their houses and camped in open
spaces. Them were no casualties.
An earthquake said to be the
, worst in 40 years in ti.c jrea.
,rocked Leghorn on Saturday night,
njurthg W peopie
U.S. And Britain
May Protest
Against Russia
LONDON. April 8.
Britain and the United Stales
are now considering whether to
lodge a protest in Moscow on what
they regard as the "steady devel-
opmein" of a Germany Army in
Vie Eastern rone, according ko
usually reliable sources here to-
n.
British sources claimed thsi
armed military formations in
Eastern Germany now numbered
45.000. and said It was Intended
to double this number in the near
future.
Reuter.
U.K. Urges
Westerling's
Extradition
U.S. Will Not
Break Asvluin
Rights
PRAGUE. A1 .ill 6.
The United States Government
flatly rejected a Czechoslovak de-
mand for the extradition uf eigh:
Czechoslovak airmen who escaped
lo Western Germany
24 in three Czechoslovak airline
planes
The United Slates also rejeeteu
v.ik complaint about th.
manner and form in which thox

wished to return to CzechosU>v;i-
kia, wen interrogated l\ th.
authorities at Erdinj
'mi Munuh. where thi
three planes landed. Tl .
the American Government in
"em was contained in
h the Americm
Embassy in Prague la
sen ted to the Csecaosiovi
eign Ministry. The note.
veeho.ilovak notes de-
livered to the American Rmbees]
here on March M The first noti
no extra
dition agreement between th
United Stiiten and Czechoslovakia
principles of interna-
tional law recognise no right tr
extradition in the absence of .
treaty it is clear these individ-
uals left ('Teehoalovakia for poli-
tical reasons by whatever mean-
they eould lind to escape." the
Renter
U.S.A. IS ENCIRCLED
WASHINGTON, April 6
THE STATE DEPARTMENT announced to-day
that Mr. John Foster Dulles, Republican For
eign Affairs expert, had agreed "to serve as consul,
tant to the Secretary of State.
Mr. Dulles is a former American Representative
at the United Nations. Only last night, President
Truman's Press Secretary, Mr. Charles O. Ross,
denied reports that Mr. Truman proposed to name
Mr. Dulles to a top policy post with the rank of
Ambassador at large
The Slate Department iodav
aald Dull- uill idvur Secretary
Acheaon on broad i-rulilr
reign Affairi utu >n
specific lines ol action, which
lenl should follow'
Sack Curie
From Atom
Research
LONDON. April n
Britain has advised Indonesia lo i^...f > i"n ""
.PP., ,.,n for the c.radi.ic, , ""'' ^"f.?""'"^..!"' fe
Protection
He laid emphatically that h
troops did in.i hide the former
guerilla flgfT'er^ of the Imlon-sian
Nationalist Army but
wanted to protest the future.
Meanwhile rebel Bren-carriers
and lorrie-i patrolled
against a background of political
moves to end armed Malemat*
i>etween Rasi Indonesia and the
Central Government at Djakarta.
State Prime Miimsum Dlaparl
was flying to the Feder:il ( ifjHaj
to discuss yesterday's successful
lightning levolt headed by Cap-
tain Aris against the Mogassar
garrison. The Federal Govern-
ment in turn was sending Its re-
presentative to Magassar to confer
with the F.ast Indonesian Cabinet,
which had eaiher resigned because
of the despatch of garrison rein-
forcements.
Dutch Arm> Commander, Gen-
eral Van Vreeden. was also ex-
petted here to Investigate the
' coup involving seizure
of barracks, docks and radio sta-
tion.
Threatened
Captain Azis. had been ordered
to Djakarta himself under the
the West Java rebel leader. Cap-
tain TUrcn" Westerling. now in
Singapore jail, this time invoking
the existing Anglo-Netherlands
Extradition Treaty, a Foreign Of-
fice spokesman said to-day.
The Indonesian Govern men;
asked for Westerling's extradi-
tion last February when, after
leading a revolt against the Fed-
eral Government, he fled to
ngjtpon (Reuter.)
Gautcmala Ask For
Removal of U.S.
Ambassador
WASHINGTON. April tl
Guatemala has asked the
United States to recall Ambassa-
dor Richard C. Patterson on the
ground that he Interfered l"
Guatemalan Affairs, usually re-
liable sources reported here
u Patterson returned le
the United State* from Guatemala
i-eek ago after reports that his
life had been threatened.
Reater.
was staying here to ensure, he
declared, that WH) reinforcements
for the National Army garrison
anchored in two Netherlands ships
of? Wiore, did not land.
The 26-year-old leader's coup
had followed weeks of tension
over plans to incorporate Kast
Indonesiacombined last Decem-
ber into the United
Indonesiainto Jogjakarta State
Magassar, under curfew, re-
mained quiet with the local Na-
tional Army Commander, and his
500 troops either imprisoned or
confined to barracks.
But the possibilities of a clash
between the rebels and elements
favourable to a Stale of Jogja-
karta remained Reuter.
3 JAP BRIDES FOR
ARGENTINE
YOKOHOMA, April t>
The second party of Japanest
emigrants to leave for
sinee the war, caanpi
people incfsjcUng three prospec-
tive brides, boarded the 14,000-
ton Dutch liner Beissevain Here
to-day The ilrst party left on
February 24 Realer
U.S. Reject Israel's Request
For Artillery, Tanks
WASHINGTON. Apr.l 6
Government officials said today
thai me United Soles had "tenta-
'eled" Israel'* request
a capons such as artil-
lery and tanks. B
"he might be allowed
lo buy light arms and perhaps
some -urplu. .el flgflifkei
The offi. Defence
Department had ruled
not enough American h e a j
weaponi. to meet the Israeli re-
Suest and at the same time "arm
'astern Europe and oitier coun-
tries threatened by Communism.'
The United States has In the
peat allowed Israel to buy quan-
tities of small arms from private
American concerns on the aasur-
rmre hey would be used only for
iMernal defence
Official, familiar with the aitua-
'ion -aid that these factors had
i>-tn in the rejection of
Ihc request for heavy equipment
Israel has the most powerful
military force In the Middle Fjist
at present.
Id the opinion of American
officials Israel Is in no danger of
attack from its Arab neighbours
even though Hr
equipment -Rswear.
Van ZtT.aiid Still
1 Vying To Form
Government
UKUSStli. April I
The Belgian Premiei uesignaL
Paul Van /.eeland, a Catholic pre-
war Premier and Foieigu tfln.S-
ter of the outgoing (.'airioh.-lib-
eral Coalition Government, to-daj
reported lo the Belgian Regent
i.ile of his
footuDf efforts rro

Vafll itraigfat into
with Barun Krancai.- Van Dei
Btraiea Wiiiei. chaannsjn --r th
U nan (CaUkoLktj Pertj
He uiinuuiiced later he will also
miller IOflJag 'Mill Hie OtltgjOaBf
Liberal Ministers. Th.
General Assembly has been mm
rnoned for to-morrow It is esss.
rally tNUavsja] that until the I.ib-
. >ii .- kn*i..
land can make no liea-Jv.
kMaasa Catholics decide
to renounce the Liberal parti-
cipation, and fuim a one party
all-Cathobc Government.
Reufcer.
Coiiiiiiunists Oiistfii
From Trade Union
IN BRITAIN
t
tea "i the lew ran gining
i
10 UM Hiiti-n Trade Urn
merit has been destro'. i
spectaculo
m this traditional!)
"red" port und industri.il issstre,
it was disclosed toria>
long time Glasgow has been one
of three big British
'rolled th<
dgg Councils leUa
turn* of hee of thi
rsjrloua Tredea Union

i
Communism among the 20 new
executive Members. A reenn.
ttendance . Trade Unionists at
the annual meeting <>f the Trade:
Council led to this swing over.
Only London and Manchestei
Trades Councils are Mill gener
ally considered to he under
Crtmmunis! c mtrol Renter
Failure Succeeds
In Foreign Office
SAYS U.K. JOURNAL
I.ONDON. Apr,I |
The leftwlng weekly review
New Statesman sad Nation sai to-day m the British Foreign
Office nothing succeeded like
failure and that it was high time
Imister Clement Attlec
ume .ort
of cobemue In Britih Middle
Eastern policy The Hew Mates-
rsaut said that thank* to the fler-
aonal intervention of Sir St;ifTor.l
Cripps Chancellor of the Ex-
chequer Rritsln snrl l.rael had
reached some agreement
i lilts ry
FOUR KILLED IN
PLANE CRASH
SUSSEX, April (I
A Royal Air force Wellington
bomber crashed in a Held o,: the
outskirts uf this village last night,
and burst into flames, killing all
four member* nf th.-
Air Ministry announr. <<
Farm workers rush*
reed back
by the fierce heat Reuter.
I'A It lb. April 6
Most nun Communist Ki.m:
newspaper, to-day called for thi
dismissal nf Professor Fredericl
.L'liot-(/ui-ie from his M
Of the French Atomic Resei
Foundation
Professor Jolioi-Curie, g leading
member of the French Commun
-aid yesterday at th.
Party Congress that Soviet Mi
enlists "do not fear the H-Bom-
blackmail, because ihe Unite*
States are .-rtainly not ahead o
let Union in (1
The maintenance of M. Jollot
Curie at .tie Atomic Energy Com-
mission is ii scandal, which has
Listed long enough, said ugh'
i K-spondenU
i..nil! st Deputy Jean U-getmr
to-day notned the speaker of th.
National Assembly that he woul'
Ihe Government oi
whether *'M Jollot-Curie's *tate
mem to the Communist Part*
Congress is compatible with hi
post of High Commis
Atomic Energy.
ProaaBjjof Frederick Johot-Curu
fold ihe French Conimi
Congress yesterday thnl "Ct
munlst scientists would nevei
:i\.' i partiele of thatr knowledge
i(;iinst the Soviet
Many Frenchmen wondered to-
ttiiv how it was that Ceenrntmitl
'oliot-Ctirte was still
.it tie Mead ol rraai h AtorrnV
ran though France'
foremost arlentltt. Revter
l.tllMl In PrinoiiH
1IAMH1IU.. April 1
A reti i anl line
toda- that more than 1,000 Qei
mans ,,ie i^lng held in Spanish
prisons and concentration camps.
One of a group of 15 Qoenana
newly released from the Spamxh
IntiTiimenl camp at Nanclare*. 1<
alleged that in this cat.
they had left 100 German com-
rades Reater.
tnis
it Mudeci
Hi' : k will not he coniinen
10 any ipeeMc .tres -f the world
Hal feroad i-ckgr.>im.i getd wealth
of experience n.nsl Euroie. ''ie Far East, MM
areas of :he world, as wtl
problem- arrectlng the work
United N
I rgent
Mi J ,i. Dudes ssjM loduy he
h-Mi sccepta SMsjlntrnesil as a
Foreign Polio) Advmer, liecause
BW i M lational unity was
urgent in the face of Russian
"threat." -s grave aa "am
have ever laced in .. *honfTng
war."
ar. Dulles declared 1; U |gsjg
tu i.ili. in 4 frustrating cen-
fusiun 'hut has its roots In mis-
takes of the past, rather UM
the otreui the present."
Mr. Dulle.s aaU thai he was "In
full a.vord" with recess) peerhe
in which the Secretary of State.
Mr. Dean Acheson. gasetaaNd
Soviet-American tensions. The
leaders of Soviet Communism are
carrying out methodically, ruth-
lessly, and -ntich
success, a long-lasting programme
for the iTinrclein. m ;ind -trangu-
Istion of 'h,- tfnite Dulles said.
"It is a time when .ill who love
freedom, here and eluewherc.

ive (he ever-Ok
level of the despotic danger '
Reutet
ni-
Nine Kilted
In Bus Crash
BRITISH ZOITft, April a
Nine iieople weie killed !
injured to-day when i>
and trailer crashed
Into the 40 feei deep CHdenbuig
I'weni -'iigers
managed lo crawl oett ol :
nd swim ashore.
Reater.
BERLIN MAY BE 12TH
W. GERMAN STATE
BONN. April 6.
THE HIGH COMMISSIONERS lu-ld u me>tinK today
which AUsfd souict's .said included disciiisioiis of poseibili-
lics of Berlin joining Western or many as a 12th State.
They lso dkKUaaexl all Berlin elections, the sou ice* said.
Initiative for bringing about
these moves would have to come
tint irom the Germans. However,
the allies might drop suitable
hints" lo Bonn and VTest Berlin
F IVIIII' Sllllf *f T politicians, it was itated. it wi-
believed here that the three wesf-
prn commandants of Berlin, at
their meeting today, also discussed
these uueaUons,
The sources forecasted that the
Western Allies mighi later
perhaps at a meeting the High
Commissioners are believed to
have decided to hold In Berlin
Apni 20come out with .i
full dress statement in support oi
this "German" Initiative.
Object of these two moves would
be to counter Soviet pressure on
the former German capital, it was
believed
Mr. John J. McCloy. United
States High Commissioner, spoke
at length about what he consider-
ed the danger of this pressure
when in London earlier thi* week.
Thousands See
Flying SMM!
ln Vnuiaia
AS.MAItA. Ai
Everything stopped in
Asmara thu morning, and
thousand* idled the street*
and market places to watch
flying date hovering over
the city. It appeared at a
great height, lookinx
like | .umet. In bright
sunshine, the crowds eould
see Its circular hape dis-
tinctly. After half an hour.
It was strl stationary high
above the city. -Reuter.
Oil Mirmler Coinea
Tomorrow
Mr. N. K Tanner Minister ol
Mines and Mineral, m the Al-
berta Government, who is visit-
ing Barbados to advise the Gov-
ernment in connectioT
development, is due to arrive
from Canada on Saturday morn-
ing, the 8th of April
Mr. Tanner, who is a Cana-
dian Ecclesiastic and politician
was bom in leM. He was ed-
ucated at Cardrten Publ
and later at the Utah and Alberta
lea. In 192335 he was
the Principal of Cards ton School,
in 19*3 was ;, member of Cards-
ton Town Council, and became
Speaker of the I-egislature In IMS.
Rev Tanner belongs to the Social
Party.
1
Discuss Rouble
LONDON. April 6
British, United States. French
and other Ambassadors in M*<
today discussed Russia's rejection
of itieir complaints about the
abolition of the diplomatic ex-
change rate for the rouble from
July I, a usually reliable source
said here. Ambassadors of Britain.
United States, France. 1Mb
land and Belgium attended th-
meeting In me house of the A
lean Ambassador. Aumln.
G. Kirk Reader
TO QUIT POUND
WARSAW. A,
Poland today ordered jfci
pulsion within a week of (he sole
remaining British correspondent
In Poland. Vincent A. Buist of
Renters, who was charged
"unobJecUve reporting "


PACE TWO
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
FRIDAY, APRIL 7, m,
Cahib galling
From Australia
ROAMING around the Island br
car, vudtlnf all the beauty
apots, is showing Mr. and Mn
N. L. fakes whr: a lovely spot
Back Again
tVTURSE. PHYLLIS BORDE of
IN Trinidad who was :..
Mart: riow back in
the island fur three weeks' holi-
day- 3h* arrived recently by
B.W.I.A.. and is Maying al Indra-
mer Guest House. Wor.tiinj.
Nurse Borde is atuched o tha
staff of Johnson's Nursing Home
in Port-of-Spain
Enjoying Holiday
C Jt O S ..-. w O A I*
Barbados Is wti AND MHS J. L TURNER
Mr and Mrs. Takes are berth JY1 0f Georgetown, British Gui-
Aus.ralians. Five years ago Mr. .^ wno were holidaying here for
Jakes joined the Shell. Petroleum ,he pM% lwo nv>nms m fljmts Jb-
Company, and as Blgliieer ana Baashw-on-Si-... Si Lawrence.
T^nicaiAdvSer he lias served in wlll , Q mother
England, India and Australia. month
flow living I" Vaoj^a he- is ^ ue iMb lewd wilh tne
till with the Shell Orgarj""0" reception given *em by JJarbedl-
nd U spending bis holiday at M11 from , WJ|lu of lu-a inQ m
'Cscrabank. certainly enjoying their holiday
Easter la BarbaaM This is Mr. Turner's first visit
MISS BILLIE" TEMPLE to the island, while his wife has
MEADE and Miss Catherine been here about three times be-
Mltchell. two student- It Coring- fore, the last being It years ago
ton High School, are spendnic She had a word of praise for the
their four weeks' Easter holiday island and was very surprised a.'
at "Cacrabank" Catherine is ex- the_vast_improvements made.
pecting her parents over to Join
them.
At Far Back A* 1700
T*HE DRIVE Cor cleaner alley* (
ad rtnsfli
t (Vuil :<-'i mini lino < **alit
MCUOV* 3 4
S attar** outni u. iii -riurtmn
eoniainwr iS'
it Rui m int minx .ctwx-i ij>
13 [t arias .mir c mpnnt -o
DMOOIr ftiftycnt* '
15 Sotfd to* iu Damn.. - '
H Touet.-fto -X iun 4
16 OuorJ cm Osssa 'TbNt *cenHmn tm
stlvKnc* none
I. PootljBllor* "" **. 9
mam <
Mi Pound m an> Arao .etion u
33 Son oi young parw. win- *<*uia
.w UOM 1
'M Tou oulaoT can tni* enaiO'C
Clue i St
jb Acme* u> ire arut.Baim v rtrnui
j to
I
GOOD NEW*
wtDner al a contnt in TokyosUf of bald head*to j
baldr*. hfad In thr Japanrar rapllal. Prumotem of the
ire** that bald mm arr 'hrallhirt. trt* from IK
criminal traiU' Ilia iim. : A ketUr.
nd thr
ronteat
ranter.
Mr. Turner is Port Welfare
Officer and Manager of the
Georgetown Mariners' Club
VUitor U Impreued
as old as 18th I HAo neard so much about
Ontury Venice. A correspondeni I Barbados and its wonderful
in a recent issue of Country IJfr climate from my friends that I
*how a picture which he took of thousjhi I would lake a trip down
a Public Complaints Box in Venice for a change and a rwt, Mr. J. D.
which was put there in the 1.00's. McKenzte of Mlddleion. Nova
The picture shows much wear Scotia, told Carib shortly after
nnd u-ar through the orifices into his arrival on Wednesady morning
which angry Vcna-tUm poured by the "Lady Rodney."
their complaints. Perhaps some He said that his first impressions
such bos outside the Public are very favourable and added
Buildino might have a cleah tha. the island looks good enough
effect on the City. for one to come and reside.
A~*mmtmA N*w Pnat A manufacturer of dairy prod-
ACCCptea "ew '***. ucls. Mr. McKenzie wa-
AT Harrison College yesterday 0f Highways and Public Works m
a presentation was made to the Nova Scotia Government from
Mr. C A Burton, BA. by the 19331945. He hopes to be here
Head Boy, V. O. Smith on behalf tor about two weeks and is stay-
of the School. Mr. Burton has ing al .j,e Marine Hotel
accented a post as Senior .English After 43 Yean
MR. DAN WALKER, a Barc-a- a day in Barbados in 1947. has now
dian resident in Boston, .etumed for a real holiday This
To Study Law for the past 43 years, re- time he has come for six weeks j
R. BEN PRESCOD. Civil turned to the colony on Wednes- and has brought his wife along j
and Latin Master at the Bishop'*
High School In Tobago
r appntr. l#d -anna tnunspr
'IT- I '
; Ma> in* maaiosa <*> Mat cu*
J- Soupdsi eatnonc u> ma. i
] Cloatnc la aucawWd M oeotie-
maa foiiowtas i")
. Acupt i3
Hti .iwait in me rxa caraao
ipu'li And. (41
% THat < o *rnnd to w
urnUoo. (4i
ll. U* R iS Uanry Ooi ma*Da. (4)
II Tna ein laa notnina 10 na
Qar uaefui on toa rancn Hi
It- A oiaJi avpartaatat and aoto.
fla oan provide music <5i
4\. Ii ii art*n bridled. (31
23. Kaa (wen tmad for prupui"i
SsMjtlor
i. (Unr
t. epat. ii. an. i^ m.c*.
13 ftr: IB. rer-
an. Dim. ti wife It, Msai rraai
tMrt : 1. Orafl: S u'<->rf S
oiinfop. a_ i-'p-ic*.^ ^ Tai. _*. awctw;
LAUV BOUTBI
Bella WooU. wno vlsn hSBf
husband Sir Thomas Sou thorn and
brother Mr Herbert Woolf have
baiii hoi Id lying in Barbados since
nber 2Htu 194V
day by the "Stuyvesant" en route
to England..
Lady Southorn tells roe thai* she
hat put in a lot of work
latest book "The Gambia
aitc wiii here, nd
published she Will be BM .
'Advocate' copy
Ian Lords
uno many of mall
at the Baggage Warehouse to see
To' G'.K. For Six Months
M Bcrvant of SI. Vlncmt who "> ..morning by II "Lady Rod- wilh him
arrived a short lime ago from lha. "'"1 'i,,"*" 'h " "alive of Monlserral, Mr.
colonv lo make sea cowiKUon. lo ralalivi^ al Ellenwi, SI George. Jeffers left there 49 years ago and
the, UK. t\nal& aetiS-da passago wh'll! '" <>* <' S A Mr. Walker paid his nnl visit since that lime
T D-:n*,n Um- P*nt. tKk-'viwr "whirh left Barbs- earrled on his own engineering in 1932 His wife and he had just
lo Kejoin Her ParenU on the *-|ff "S, business He said that he was spent four months there with his
M' "ho 'r Sffto BmSdTS. studf aw Hu delighted '" l batk here in this broth,
"aa been "JJ? F.' b'JKwi. '.n^,, with '"" of sunshine, esp.-,
or* aataaj i*^,. .
Barbados left yesterday ""
btuy-
vesant."
to school a:
ton High School but has now left
HI be returning to ^
rt with her ..
parents Mr. and Mrs Franl
peat few months
. of M<'t -
rdina.
s;ay here was spent with
, Mr W E Jeffers. Asais
after tiint Treasurer at the colony.
up. m: Thi#^f Station ,he cold m ,f,e States. When he Mrs. Jeffers is a Barb-
M";J1. ri* Ml the temperature was 32 F H paying her first visiv to the
island in 30 years. Tsstj
"ii Wednesday by the 'Lait> Rod-
ney" and are slaying al
pent ein-Sca.' The Stream
Returns To St. Vincent
years at the General Hospital
RS. BETTY JOW ' Inesday night by tho
m *nd 'Lav a holiday in
Robert left on Wednesday night her horn.. war ^ .
ojr the S' visited lor I .....ation, St. Thomas, left Bar-
BR
Michael.
One Of The Many
ONE of the increasing number
of Barbadians who have done
the USA. Is Mr John
He arrtvad in Barbados
one month ago after an absence
of thirty five years. He relumed
10 the US. earlier this
asked Carib to thank his many
who made his short stay
such-a happy one.
Left In 1939
Y|II. II L, CLARKE,
temperature
Brousrht Hit Wife
V|R J S JEFFERS of Brook-
n todOS lOS
7c rle Venezuela
Visitantes ae
Especial de Pascua
a nuestro
BUFFET FROID
DlNAMARQ"115
de los Domingos
HOTEL MARINE
4
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. diaii Mhu fur
Barba-

Mr JOMI 1- :.. dl ..'It: 4 Ml
She was accompunle Archer.
and Mrs C I
has been -uying with then
Collet"-:
be in England f I
will tha I'.arbado*
A Delightful SUy
.
ebruary 4lh has DM
lag at the
fl"W- -pending the .V^7s~no"wTat!"ine Wlmisor
f..i
M
Beautiful Country Home
CARIB
ami dropped in for a short while
..' Tour Winds' Club.
beautiful country home
bados in 1MK and went to England
I holiday with one of his
tughter* Shortly after
, lw arrived war was declared and
ring[Uirough the hlfl hollday w-s i^g^ened to a
tay of eleven years.
Mr. Clarke, futhcr of Mi A'
klnson, who, with her husbanO
. wintering here. reVurn-
ed lo Uarbjdos two months ago-
C.iri.li.ii.k."
.a.?, he was sUylng at
.nd is now at the \
New Secretary For B.G.
mi. \MH. JOHN GUTCH, U Ll E
right to IVl ran
day fur k lo Barbados.
ant

a oellghtft.; nnd has a J. {tin hai bean anMtnlad Co-
Ingn coal vl I VaOg she does not mcrous shade irees Ul all park's ol tIV> British Guiana.
11.bridge in ll>S Mr
ao at all hours on the U Gutch was educated at Aldeiiham
Home For Eaater There I hool and Gonville I
TWO paNenK' -' l '"nl" "1**'- lie was aD-
.irline* i,,ld olonlal Admiius-
rvlcelnlftUi i
.sooner. Gold Coast,
h -" promoted to to A-l
mucti admired. Secretary in 1934, .and was trans-
,. T U/ U ('ii"' U) I'-WMni, m 1936 as
After lwo Week! Assistant Secretary rromoied to
MRS BERYL BAYNES .f the the post of Principal S
Modet' Mttdao i'i 144. Ik- wta, in 1947. seconded
Kingsiown St Vincent, returned for service in the Colonial Office
second Special Flight <-f this alr-
af Barbados an
leave the f' ndng at
7.30 a m. with the week-end
Rupert and the Dragon Pills 14
\01v ATli: CliOai CWBliA (Members OrJy)
TONIGHT TO TlTSUAY *B1M**
gr MATINEES TOMORROW MONDAY AT 5.00 I'M.
ERl'OL FLYNN
Mil BA HAWK"
with BS -"ALL CLAUDE KM**
DONALD CBISP and AUAN HAI'E
A Warner Bros. 1'lcture
nupc
*OPK(
awn thi
-ga.ii if
Dceaeoi
Tfftai
hoot rockeii irorou. "and then all you do Is lo
young Dragon, but the
gm angrv. I'llieath yau to
talk about Dragopu *hi lapn-
Jik ii il Be oil with you." r*
ktaiia m triffitennig ihj: HupeiT
. ----- ... shMSI. .
"tidcitland," ptnii inc luitc bear.
"I Jon't ihiiik he even ial*w
;h*t (hera n a diagoa." When he
Ml aoougti awav he pauaaa tot
bnta:b ana wonden, where to
tearch. All at once ha itdhtoa
and gaae* carnestiv at a tag psskt
taag.
Kidney Trouble Causes
Backache, Getting Up Nights
Tin ;.L--. ... dei Brandei horneon w*.:-..-.,:..-. by. Lad) and ... Igjl IxeiiaCaiied to "
Oka' Foreign Office for
are the daug)
Marui)' AiiIiih
Caracas

riding t
Mm Mi Cftsioa.
in 19*7.
- service In Cy-
red ttw OBE
BY THE WAY mcnccum
A HAN
ago Hoard of Agriculture and
DubU-i____ I Fisheries if mad parrot-
a quantity of can<-' I good manui<
gone bad. and asked what he was rests at pr^
to do with them. HI ... ... .
passed to Charlie Su... i! MrabismuM i Lhevrful
Suet wrote i,-.k, "Deal I
your parroU have gone mad, it is
At tha sane
the Hoard of A;
' who wrote angrily to
of Hub^kuiowmg. iayln| .
no business of theirs. Tlu
of the carrots wrote again
1 nevii asdsj anj parrot* Dad
sjone mad." Ti.
surgeon also wrote to say that, in
the circumatancas, there was
nothing he could do buet at
once told the owner to shoot
them, and received the
"Wouldn't it be better to use
EMi RT| noting to
account (oi the third
1
ii.nil tlic moon. Professor
the rocket had i

might have i-
l seven months
Professor Den holm Tuftult.
perhaps tbi tool bopho-
mologist now living, thinks that
hay was the wrong fui
the pump and paddle were not
powerful enough. The sage him-
n if attributes the failure to a
i-ointitnati-n oi dH oinstances.
He tald yesterday: "You can go
as high as you like on hay. pro-
vided th"' ttW vthcr means of
propulsion are satisia.'
: A gsjow that our itfcbet
became Jammed before we sUrt-
atL thus restrlcling the sweep of
our rool-caulks, and reducing the
action of the pump
:uich. as usual. Our
i in p i ahoul
China To The Ketcuv
Cms V says my paper, is send-
ing us liquid egg. v.
ni u,v iui'lur supplies of dried
egg which are coming in. the
(k>v.iimient ought lo be able to
state off the dreaded moment
when eggs in shell have to be
allocated to all income brackets
for the purposes of nutrition, to
praa-snt n.< rtoda ojnajbjd.
If TOU rr larllna
Nlfhu. or aulTtr from I
n-a. lU.k*. ha L* I'-m- vwii,.n AnMlr.
HhnuniaOam Uurninc Pauatu Kacsfla
I !*.| I4aa-
loca row Mm., KM.
Naa
Wrou IwpS* aad Jnnan. wsftry, r-.td. ot
varwerk may i* an o( aclda
and pla,< a hr .irain o >i>ur kl.ln.y.
o ihal ihy lu^tion poorly and nad hate
I* prop(;> pur.f. .uur Mood an.1 malniala
Malta an .-r.
a> Ha. KMssays Dsxtar's W^ *
..any dtxiora ha>a dlarovar.J by a-Irn-
lift, clinical uii) and In a i
Ikal a qulth and iur -/ :o htlp lha kld-
aaya claan oui mih p..|aun* anil acw la
iU a p.-|*nUAcal.y praparod priacrlpilon
No ian.rirNo oy
^ty anal 1 '. Cyalai |n*a nyht
k lirlpil.K ,u, Md.i, - r.ntQVe .
qulckl/. ihl. nukasi you l*rl
,k.
.__ And l, ..
plalely (bar aaV*<| ta.tfV ll'un.l.
V..J
Hi..
*
..... fuarantaa. To h*
anntpiy aailallad Jual riurn (tt ampty
Mfkaia and fl >"ur m. n. .
laa.las) roai. Ili"-
ard lb* mo**)- ha. k uar>uit-o ur-ilr- t
. a.) buy yaur traatmml today
for 9
o m I r s
lADDgf,
- ..( n^rm >..., RHtUMATIMg
x^w. w v^ #^< IIH1I1I' I.L *.
Cyst ex
GLOBE THEATRE
>nnin------1 "ill. abaain lhat through the kind co-operation of IB*
Barhado, r:ltricitv Company there will be 2 SHOWS DAILY as from
TO-D.YY at 5 & 8.30 p.m.
with M.G.M's Technirolour Musical.
THIS HLM STARTS
TO-DAY
AT 5 P.M. AMD
CONTINUES
DAILY
MATINEE AND NIGHT
AT 5 & 8.30 P.M.
SPECIAL SHORT:
"BOWLING TRICKS"
\ Smm|MS !
*.' SMii.i'.uii'SM" mnii:Ml
HI HH (IU Mats ik*is imcs
ontHa s m. ra. >i smi Cms*. *m sasss fesss
Music tHjiry Wiifai.lyficjt7 IrsGtislssw
Msaeal NssMKfi Drntlal t, 0b(l AITON
1 Oirsctsd by ounts WAims
I ty allHUIt FREE J
HAPPY DAYS
ARE HERE AGAIN.
MATINEES
AT
5 P.M. DAILY.
TO-DAY AND EVERY
DAY.
LET'S RESUME
THOSE MATINEE
DATES.
I
Beautiful Lines
by Butterick
tj-.*" /or your sa/eclion
at
niiiiiiHUN
TOR your greater conve-
nience. ALL BL'TT>..-aCK
nil I.RNS are now I aU
ul WH1TF1ELDS. 15 Broad
Street I
EVANS I WHIIRELDS
GLOBE
Grand %'ariotu t'onevrt
l nder lit.- Auspices ot
THE BARBADOS CIVIL SERVICE ASSOCIATION
On
Till RSUAV. APRIL Utl AT 1.45 P.M.
Musk br lha Police Baissl under Captain Ralaaa
with these Supporting Artistes :
I .ptain Sealey Paul Wilkln Evans Bascombe
Cedric rhOUpa Ben Gibson Gerald Bannister
Gaorle Morris C. F. Thompson Miss Nell Halls
The MUlon Quartette and several others
Plus the State Play 'THE CHANGELING"
Orchestra SeaU 1/-: Clrcla II-: ttievn 1 : Bow Z. -
2 Hours a Superb Entertainment I
YOLR POPULAR CINEMA
The PLAZA
The
. . Presents . .
NOTICE
PASSION PLAY
(OR THE LIKE Of CHRIST)
I In- ScaBM wait ucluully inude on ihe location us presented in the
New Testament !
Starting
3.00 p.m.
4.4a p.m.
Ul p.m.
8.00 p.m.
TODAY
(GOOD FRIDAY. 7TII)
r niishing
+ 4.20 p.m.
6.00 p.m.
7.35 p.m.
9.20 p.m.
mil pussibly Starling at MO p.m. and Finishing at 11.00 p.m.
REGULAR PRICES!
ANOTHER CHAMPION HIT!
Saturday & Continuing Daily
at 5 and 8.30 p.m.
Our Customer, and Friends are asked to
note that our Factory and all our Departments
Plantation Supplies, Lumber, Hardware,
Insurance and Office will be cloaed to business
on Saturday Sin instant.
BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON
FACTORY LTD.
JOEL MCCREA- VIRGINIA MAYO ^
MIDNIGHT MATINEE. SAiX'RDAY 8TH
M Ml It VS Him outdoor thrills. :
Ml 11 IST1 LAND" .,,,,1 "OKLAHOMA 111 I M
I DUB TAYLOR
3,000 Aim. LstsU Pi. nil, a ( ralinai visitinu ihe Plasa
over the Wcck-ead.


^r
FRIDAY. APRIL 7. 195U
BARBADOS ADVOrATF.
So thc.y'r back town, Remernbe* thai tall dack Amwicao in 1944 ha
go.ng to buy me tha RocfceMfe C*n*?"
INo Let-up
On Whiskey*
Tobacco
LONDON.
Britl .:mm la) and node
circles fxpori frw tux rfdudlo.il
in next month's budget, bui
jniicipato some minor adjust-
ments 10 give relief to lower
income groups.
Chancellor uf the SxcfaaqufJ
Sir Stafford Cripps nag tws
alternative-: in drawing up h s
midget.
II* either ran plan for another
big surplus as part of his delib-
erate disinflation policy, or use
pert. If not all of it. to matte tax
reductions.
The Keneral feeling is that
Cripps will take the fat.....
COUP*'.
The ChancaUhr
htqun a ill end the nnand il
rear on March Si, win,
urpin- than he i xpi
Latest revenue returns, wr.h
two weeks to go to the end oj UM
year, show Ui ii ordinary revenue
already has passed the estimate
of $10,577,840,000 for the full
twelve months fay $22,960,000.
It now appears thai Sir Staf-
ford will have hetu l
million and S420 million mart
when the lli endi than
he expected.
Surplus Sold
This is mainly due to such non-
recurrent item'; as the
irplus war stores and surplus
receipts from trading services.
Trade Interests are urging
Wpps to give relief to industry,
nan) and tobacco ohii
Misting on cuts in the heavv
luty on these items but it is
inllkely that Sir Stafford will
live In
Whuk.y ... the top dollar
P-mer and Cripps cannot bu
xpected to do anything which
vouid releaaa more to the home
narket at chaapar prices.
Duly cm tobacco has liecii In-
a*ed since the war to keep
onnunpuon down and thus save
oilers. No relief is expected
?ere either.
Pew expect a change in ihc
ttndard rate ol income lax. now
line snilliiiks ($1.26) to ih
>ound ($2.80). But it Is antlci-
ited thnt family : llou .
t Increnwd to help the low
ncomc group. It ,
hat Sir Stafford must bear m
mud the pcaatbUity ui another
[cneral election before the Aui.l.
Ml budget.
(I.N.S.)
Malayan
Press Knocks
Whitehall
_ LONDON.
.! appoiiiimfnt uf u <.,i-
lal Si, Harold Rumlon Brims,
H, to lead the ni. .....-----.- i
munjsu la Malays is Ilntatn's ull.^J'"T"i" ,KobnX 5'
amwer lo public tam about ih, !UlU,un'u>. *>>o '"> been work-
Flying Saucer
Riddle? 'It's
-'From Mars "
By i ki i.ntn k cook
NFW YORK
Mci'i i)u' iiiun wh Sa\s I know
tni- nudlt ol the Flying Saucer..
Commander Robert n
conflict.
Gananl
Brtan
lurujl. i On, orighl ctom g^JJ, ,_,.
hlH been re- '"' '." *"'" 'M "'"> -"id
am
terrorists.
Malayan discontent reached al They wan plotting the paih o|
bursting point when John Dug-i" balloon when FIving Saucer
dale, Colonial MlnJstar of state came into view.
announced m the Houa tt WAS elliptical, about 10f ft
mons that n. man troopa would ,M diametar, living about SO miles
be required to quell the Comma- ,,u at 'our miles a iaoi
nist guerrillas in Malaya. 1T W*A8 lb- aid that an rxti.. | giving no
troops was belai ">pelled.
tlM (Uiiglc troop .< rent, and
U* ii added: 'We ai.
ints are tha AoeJ
Mils".
The Stem
enent was forced,
'{> change it
atlei iwivin* the ntv. of lnlUT
'
thetl announced:
"I would like to make it cleat
that while It Is reasonable to ex-
ited that the Forces, as now
strengthened, will prove suffici-
ent, fo- the present operations, we
are not proposing to close the
e-asseaiinent of our re-
qulrementi should clreumetanaM
arise which make that re-assess-
mem desirable."
The Praia, storm In Malaya was
led by the Strati
aid
"The situation Is not under-
stood in Britain, as bai
painfully obvious by John Dug-
dale.
"The Colonial Otllce clearly has
: ion nf tha problem and
no idea of the rising dai
"For too long the rebeUton has
i* with by half'heorted
measures. Than is compbkceske}
In ill high places.
'he ('Mnmunist revolt than the
day it began."
c a pore Free Press sold:
1 The Confldanoa that seems to
Jill Whitehall is not lecogniied as
canlMenca in Malaya. It is recog-
ni/e-l as tha same blindness or
nerveless-ness that led to the
io-, intie ud too late' policy of
the last war.
Sayi McLaughlin: "These discs
an Bpaaa dtjui tram another
planet Illusion? Illusions do not
appear to five trained weather ob-
servers."
WHERE FROM: "My guess is
Mars- Mars cooled off and per-
haps became capable of supportmp
life millions of years before Earth
did, Thf Martians, if such thare
be. would have abig start 'n scien-
tific development."
Say the U.S. Air Force"Not
pace ships, but mtrinti-rprvlrd
>*oiivrnrional objects."
MEET THE MAN who thinks
the atom will be harnessed some-
time this summer to "some
thing useful"Dr. Summer T.
Pike, member of the Atomic F.n-
1 ninrnlssion.
It is hoped to do il at Brook-
haven National Laboratories, an
hour's drive from New York.
"Our best guess" sen Dr. Pike.
"is that we mny prodi-
about enough i-ower to opcrale
naif of our auxiliary equipment.
like pumps and blow. >-
L E.S.
LOST: WON
ST. PETER PORT,
Guenisy. Channel Islands.
Derek Linker, 16-year-old deck
ui ashore to buy new.s-
Wnen he returned he saw
his ship steaming out of the har-
bour. Dank hltrhhllrad 100 miles
to Southampton in BOO*
iid ..inved 10 minutes before his
own vessel.
(C.P.)
NOTICE


will our CUSTOMERS and the general
public please note that
Our LUMBER YARD
HARDWARE STORE.
ELECTRICAL Dept.
Pierhead and
The t OHM H STORE
will be closed to BUSINESS on
SATURDAY
APRIL ili 19.10
MANNING & CO, LTD.
BRIDGETOWN TOO?
ASHrORD. Kent. Eng.
The Ashford Counrll has or-
ganized j scheme to brlajiten uj.
lucal business premise*. Window
boxes of (lowers arr now .1 rom-
H m Ashford's business
cantre. For encouragement iht
council has decorated the street
with flowers hung from lamp
standards.
-(C P.)
Oil Industry
Of Trinidad
riaure. ippmim nNnl
rrlnldod'i
"il induilry m the r,, .
Ihl Colo.iv.
Ovft .he U39 ,;,: oriod. II.
onlribullon lo
laiuini irom 20 10 3jj am eM
If W in. iei.,,
B.W.I. $s.?l million IDS. $3..1
ml. ion) In 1838 10 I: .
lfS. M.I5 m
194.. with ,in minute
MM milUon ,U.S 11141 mil-
lion) m 1848.
.il. ovcr-
M innual eni m mo
mounted I
iiiiiini ..I IJ.074 In 18311. ,,il ,
"inv.muni l IUM
m.'. I,,-,,., ;;(.:: ...
55S :l"' HHium
r.blr mdnv, t . ,.-.., ,,,
1
iis exmndli ,,
ihrounhoul in,. Irian
strong suppoil lo ..Hi,,
and lo Um
buhoii.s lo publl,
ies. wajR, local purchi
mu i'siiii,.,!, ,.
S33 milli.,1. million]
111 1847 mi.
U million l-s $31.8 million|
in 1848. ,, me ui
Mr yaar al
8M.80) ,*r hMd ,,i ,.
Kxpoi ||
MB. .<-ir N1
F.xpoil-

million ftlloni
687 nulii. i
iroonuii. ..... ,J8. ,.,.
bum. I,,,
..........

BRITISH
WESTINDIANAIRWAY*
for
1
AIR TRAVEL
Reservation* on ail Air Line*
at No Extra Coet
Leave BARBADOS by...
and make your connection
TRINIDAD or ANTIGUA
For Ha.rtlcula>r>
BRITISH
WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS
LIMITED.
Booking OHio:
iKi'KiMrn ,1 in Trinidad)
Lower Broad Slreel. Bridgetown. ll.nli.nl, -.
I'HONLS. I5M & 278.
A coffee hil!
*. It's the improved
Chase and Sanborn!
Mere wmdi caa'i
call i,
i a ran
tud*> \ .uiium-pALii d
your grocer.
OEARSSniFFT
nstssA
U. tnaar-anall. podM- U ris
nandy. and paolnl .m, H "
rffaonw imI nvdka-
cto.Uailraayiant.aay. ,
ai^a.oftmflnetdBd '
PAGE THREE
Hair! Trouble
Caused by High
"toMPjessure
i^S^rfe
- B i : ' mi ( We* lb. fMi aarn, r tut-
'' IrMaear iW, low el jtwpr>
irSrSiEfri
'a>>-MiMe dllMM tkaS CMM4M MOD
uaths ih>a cknstr, |>i
rmpuNna are eemaMa end If
taKtn fur tora*
ttmniaa and aaaaii)
Imple ailmaai I
J UMHIMa I .
Jff.l .
me, your life mart
it^art Trouble or a paralytic (<*
" *2.u ' -I'd atari treat meet a I
nca. The vary flret do'* m Naaa*
.formarlv kaowB u Hrnu> a Da-
leaioaldlaxovaty. laduc*. Mi.-h Bloc-'
1 riutira ar.J rnakM yo,i f,t
'ounfer In a few day*
trom your cbamlit tod., It i, ,,.
tilead I- rnaka you f.,1 MBjiBl
tronar atjaaaaf Wsk n nan
nu.tr ptuaaca.
I yaara
Nfc
"TIRED"
/iUttie ^imc
Sir Frederick
Gowland
Hopkins
imJ.imia.1 ike ehmmtry i
awriiaa. /.., hh i~ly lest.m.
wink lei u Ot Jaautry oi
m(*m). At dv am of A,
_ """y HfM,i< ttaeilel i, ,
\ ''J^*' C' aPt^ >**. i^aya..... jjf,
^^ awnrwUdiaml/araienrfji'nVi
W nnume tj time UifU
bmhlme amfemJ,. ihe/niemi. I vithe, ,,,, lmmai fc rt., M ^/ m J*t .aaa'iliaf only c] am animv, leu emi ihekji,.i (study JeeJs), mi If
>t*k"4"^mtb,.*.ka)ih,.,c,lar,Wfm^t Bee, .(*** , (Ml ILflrmswrntitteleifriyetrl,, emi uuteilnti MM lletit
^''''''6'''Otl,^.i,k,^ef,7.fleam,^llfms.rVem,mvtuk,^
iMmt u - mtetyHeeldm* eni,mi,f,, theexemkmHcmeftht Imnml,(mtrRe/2
hmm*)tfCtm*r. Iler*riu,ll ,k.t h, , timkewm . fc, heike^ai,,*.,*
mmttmtmi ,Fmm IMravaiGa/iffaaual biMlrn,mtiOmViuia\
Smmlmmmmu. 1,*,,. .. -JuCemkn^^iehktieMiFeliivm^,
Sana naararaaaaaali....., [j riir rreMann j. ^IJiL
H*,dU*idelthc& i'^'yt'Um.mwmkwt^ll. grtr^j\
WktwmtkrXMr. mitrnfOtmrn, F ICl
yrar bt.en. /VrJi el ,.,/j ,|, ^n^,
"""""''"'' ii.A,.,W IkMmie,-
i.i.l. J,.|,.
I..- in .,1.1,1, I*-..
i*iui. v"^*e* i**
limit think ol >,
^,.W,. a* ..,,! I.
II. Vm i.-ii 1 ,.l
bwkiclw. hMoWh.,
rhMNMar i>ain*. .tiituibMl int M that
lnr^HMa iMlmt Thri'l th. I,n> lo ,H
nd too lloa^i kidnt) Pilb. Vet llo4a.
kianr. PHI. I.rlp nw iidnrii Haw Ihf
tiWkV-onJun| pouoru nd mm i.hI.
Iran Ihr iT.tm and |m *, a fhanro
lo lool balrar, weik baOtf. Col (ho ronw
llooVJi Kidno* iMI. m Ih. l.l- ,....,-
-ill, thr >ad l.aml. lodat Ur( hold, ol
4U|lla*nl|Z al .11 dn,| .tana, 11.
NOW
PAA
offer.
Clipper
CV-240
Service
between
SAN JUAN
ST. THOMAS
ST. CR0IX
ST. JOHNS
ST. LUCIA
PORT OF SPAIN
Th* Chppa. CV-240 it
a-.nowladged to ba tha
mo.r advoncad typa airplona
ol in kind Ml pulfo lorga
pitiu'a window, wida niilei
- 40 oomy racline-io-
omlo" tot. oi.ff
Oil II
md ..< in (light
ling atJ Tiod-
Clippar
1| 'Out-. PAA it can-
jfolhaadvoncemant
>< ir>e .cip.diy g'0ing lou'nl
the nlocidt balwtan
Pufic i- ,i J Irmidod.
fot Ml mformo'ion and
lOnv roAi.H your
"atl ag> i u<
W
7^
j/tniC Uiat dteanv
afrcut iotSifui, ontfUbl
HND ni i rui: BBCRBT8 I ROM
Mm HKUTHA lw.MAS
NF.W YORK SALON
ai ih,. fallen ii.. iterai
ni ii, m i it \i \i

Pa\ Amfmgw
homo A-RWAYS
PAA
irleriutrrtl in Triaidadi
I lamer Broad Ntraet. BrUirlown.
BarludM Pt.u ISIS a 17l
n ivr,.,i..i,i ,if Kmrii ,
SPECIAL P.ASTER WEEK-END ENTERTAIN-
__________________MENT___________________
I \II>IHI .../ ROXY
i-FIUDAY (rom 5 p.m. and conunuinj
_____ ________^THE PASSION PLAY"
OI.YMW
'l>-Fnil)AY Irom 4.30 tat ronllnulnf
__^___________THF PASSION PLAY"
HOVAL
OOOD-FBinAY Irom fi 30 and Conllnuinf
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE
FRIDAY,
APRILJ^
WDg^uMMffE Mr. Standen Sets About Is There Anyone In Y(ir
I k* tkj UNM ce. w. M. I
Friday. April 7, 115(1
(tiood I i iila
GOOD FRIDAY 1950 comes to a world
which is slill suffering intensely from the
last great upheaval and clash of armed
might. If ever the horrors of war needed
visible proof, the aftermath of this war
with its storm of lies and hatred following
on physical violence is testimony enough.
Never before in the history of the world
has there been so much human suffering
and misery; never before has man proved
so helpless tn resist material and spiritual
enslavement by the machine.
The Crucifixion of Christ commemorated
today throughout the world was the
atonement for man's folly in his earlier
history. Today that atonement serves
still as a reminder that man must depend
on greater forces of help than his own;
and that however dark the day may be
there is always the hope for a brighter
dawn to follow.
The hope of salvation brought to man-
kind through this atonement has its uni-
versal and never failing appeal. The
battle is never lost until it is won and the
human race, fortified by this hope, stran-
gles against the forces of evil.
A suffering world looks back on the fer-
tile growth of its own inventions but with
sheer perversity or apathy is preparing
for even greater tn.imphs without realis-
ing that with this tnumph might come its
own total destruction The benefits <{
science and engineering have been mis-
directed and wasted; and man's tnumph
over the torcaa of Nature which requires
total effort has had to be harnessed instead
to the destruction of man.
For many nntuncs the splitting of the
atom was regarded as tin law
ment of the cleverest minds; but Ita attain-
ment threatens to be a si
to the words of the Pauline Injun I
men have chosen death instead of Ufa
The atom bomb and the hydrogen bomb
opened avenues for the at'
happiness hitherto unknown to mankind;
but the achievement has be.
peculiar twist which now tiansfoi mi it
into a scourge. This misfortune must being
mania] tortura to those to wlmrr l
secrets of Nature have bean revealed for
the benefit of mankind. That is the added
suffering of today.
In unbridled lust for r I and under
the Influences of the forces of evil, man
has destroyed factories and laid waste
fields which once | B with food
and i. .i the
battle is pestilence and fami-e which give
life like reality tn the Tom Horandaii of
the Apocalypse".
But if man hat
bring destruction upon tile earth. In
also been given the advantaj .
his own redemption The Story "1 the
Cross today In aver) civillsad land li the
light which, laada man back to the paths of
rectitude and belief in the r
by which means alone be can W01 k Ins own
salvation. I
be founded upon
of purpose m Ufa. 'i'ii' love < f God and
I relief
from the universal stiff.Tin. and
hi pa of radempf I dim i I
this lo\i (. brlat .uttered agony and i
in the Gardi n od might renew his faith In tio.1 and work l..r
ins own redempttoD,
I \t 01 IAOING SIGNS
THK arrival i I
plane from
the neighbouring Republic is ancoura
The work done to praaanl Barbados to
so soon after should b.
efforts both by .olicity
i/on.; the Barbados Go van
Ti.e welcome (Ivan them, too, must have
.. than feel at home. Tn
welcome.
The'Chapman Pinchers
Of The World
ll s That Hair-Shin gpya Mr. Pineher
l> V. II. I I.....ipOH
low I !i Arifur
NEW YORK
SCIENCE, almost a religion in
this atomic ate, can still be awfulh
I silly.
Dr. Anthony Stand*.i. whose
j brilliance at Britain's Oxford and
j America's Cambridge qualifies him mVnuTbased on" those facts.
I high priest of the cult,
proves that.
In a book, "SCIENCE IS A
SACRED COW." which he has
just published In America, Dr.
Standen sets about the Chapman
Pinchers of this world unmerci-
fully He writes, for Instance:
Male." His title for it"The
sexual behaviour of 5.300 mer
Dr. Standen has no particular who were willing to talk about
quarrel with the facts Mr. it."
Pineher and company assemble, Dr. Standen's adviceand he
but he does object to the argu- certainly practise* what h<
preachesis that we should laugh
'.hat out loud at scientists.
rhan
They will, he says, argm
one fact caused another, mm
,..,, ,, ,.> b. the other ,y njTSSZ. ^therefore
Example: A man gels drunk
on Monday on rye and soda-
Tuesday on Scotch and
-What
include men of very ordinary,
even mediocre, intellectual pow-
ers. We are having wool pullec
soda-water, Wednesday on gin and Z^L^F,? ^iSiSt"^
a~i.-.rft The. v|MtlH. h^kinm be Convinced that Scientists. Uk
ith scientists who are **a-water. The scientists, looking
10 arc for "the common factor" which
so deep in sinner that they cannot '
see it, and non-scientists who are Cfl
too overawed to express .
opinion, hardly anyone is able to rt".7 i
recognise science for what it i.
the great Sacred Cow of our time."
his drunkenness, might
easily produce this answerthe
as i group, are anything special
in the way of braint.
"We can and should laugh out
loud at them. This will, in fact
After reading his debunking job,
the laymanif I am a typical one
comes away full of hope that this
old world will survive whit Mr.
Pincher's friends have done to it
Few of the so-called greats in b,. t^e very best way to prevent
science escape Dr. Standen, har- them fronVregulating us or averag-
P"- ing us or conditioning ua to
Darwin's theory of evolution, or synthetic happiness."
at least Mr Pincher's acceptance Now Mr Standen's book is c
of it, for instance, Dr Standen revealing self-analysis of a man
agrees that it is indisputable that who in middle-age has suddeni*
^ there are striking similarities realised he is in the wrong job
(UfikuTt for me to Uke the '"tween the bodieT of men and Anyone as worried about Good ano
.UasthettaE: -J-i- This would seem to prove. S&kf-W ^tS"^:
he agrees, that all forms of life fortable in a hair shirt than .
Standen explains, is o.Uhi. planet are connected some- lavatory *
the purpc ,gary. how^ ^ ^ ^^ ^ rf fag. ^ {-*
has achieved so many produced no theory explainable by resolve his religious difficulties m
things and has been right so many science about the way in which wc}1 as provide him with an inter-
to believe they are connected.
that it can be wrong in anything.
particularly for a layman, who Sav he: "The question at issue -
does not have enough knowledge is whether God gave things a sort S*cgf Cow for 20 years, he now
of the subject to. rgve back of evolutionary shove every now ^J'^LYlJ" ^J!!l
"Since it is onlv human nature and then, or perhaps all the time.
to accept such latti t i He just wound thing*
accept the laymen's u. m the beginning and let them
iiumiim r'P- Unfortunately, biologists
rarely talk about God (or at least The scientist s job is to investi-
I.OOfll Alltl IMI only on Sundays when they are gate the "how of ^mgs-and t.
oil duty) report his findings objectively H<
BUTDr Standen is no layman. "It is considered unseemly for has no greater respoii
He t*\ks fellow- a scientist to do so. With this delerrnimng the why of thing*
Like this, for exam- limitation they can never discuss th
j>!e: tntl implications of evolution pro-
universe to be thought perly."
of in terms of electrons and
Or In tarmi of good 1% ilil I in.
md evil" Merely to ask the
ll to realise at least one Psychologists get a rough going-
vcry important lirnitati' d this book.
esting living
Having successfully milked Th<
ing to lay golden eggs. This comes
of realising the limitations of
science rather late in life.

I, he docs
I
"They study man in a detached
sort of way as if they arara not
men themselves They make
ild leaps of their uncontrolled
J. ..... li rt (ill JllIU.S til HUTU Ull<-VlHi VltTV
bricklayer That Is religion's field
Morals, ethics and religion an
beyond analysis by laboratory
equipment. Standen has just found
this out. Most scientists realise It
long before they graduate
I have never met a scientist wh<
claims infallibility either for him-
self or his methods
investigators report their claims
n the most modest and carefull>
faith most scientists placa in the
scientific at
title method." both of which, he
argues, an van, rarj shakj
ample of
what he means B
decides to prove that '.
such thing as a ghost They would
maintain a watch for ghola. No u^n al M ,bv W*}*5%*
ghosu would appear. T- helieye their
... ,neir Is pleasure the same as
.. .mil*..' Is there only onv kind
facts .
"If you really want to under-
i human beings th< <
plenty of people to go to besides
logurta.
"The really important questions
in human life are hardly touched
Standen says the acientitU
method is just "horse sense," H<
is wrong. It is horse sense u
that the sun moves round
the earth. But the scientific method
t: the reverse happens
I
bat, asks Dr. Standen
of love?
if "Yo
In the scientist's completely
impersonal approach. Slander.
vn senses a threat to the humanitarian
ideals of Western
thinks that In their work scientist.
oeaCfl themselves more
with how things ought to be and
Family Faring Spring
In The Teens?
Thr Ports Wrrrn't So Wrong!
/
ll. Ilr. A. rhnaby
POETS What blah they always seemed to talk
.-bout spring. That was how it seemed to me when
I had jus' left school. I was wrong. Underestimated
them
P.H-t^. yon aajgt, are acute observers, singing'what
ra you and I mumble. Mind you, they
favour aUeflory where you know, as 1 did, that only
eta has value
A tree, for instance. They look at its spring buds
and sing of you. and your flowering in the larger
life.
It mav be hard to catch the immediate relation
between you and that treeit is there. But the
tree has not your immense problems to meet and
solve
m it's the time when youth is
forced to display what the doctor somewhat
uruffiV vims Acre Vulgaris. Mother preferring
plain terms dismisses them briefly as ordinary spots.
She never seems quite to understand how shaming
they are what anguish they cause. Or does she?
These earth shakers should be considered in the
light of beauty patches. Why did all the world's
celebrated beauties stick little black patches on their
faces? They did you know. What's more they did it |
to hide spots. Get the idea.'
ra probably going to have one or two of i
these things fa fw years. A slightly
greasy skin, blocked pores, an eager germ and
0 are.
It's springtime for them too. Mind you, there is
aoma little disturbance of your glands as well but |
this has not been worked out yet.
The rlrst idea is to avoid the superfatted soap
when they appear and it is a help to do your face
; suri-nal spirit at bedtime provided the
sun hasn't seen you first. That is local care.
4.4'ii*r.il AI 'iilion
YOU want some general attention too. Diet must
not be too rich. And there must be a clear-out for
jour system.
You are lucKy. My parents were Edwardian,
o. They gave me the most nauseous drink
ever devised by the mind of manliquorice pow- '
der No butterflies about that.
You are lucky Elegant taab 'ul you
;ib aval I be mugs. Get on .vith It
Life's tempo is acrelemted and you are aware of
an added vitality Longer cycling runs. Extra hiking
\ growing Bwai b ither between
boy and girl.
There's a snag about '.he increased effort though.
growir.u Hi.e from youT
large mileage.
b those growing pains. Speak to father and
mother about them T i. nasty type of
rheumatism and the ^ing the actual
valves of the heart. They are easily outed by our
old friend aspirin.
I know a man with a magnilicent record: sub-
commander, test pilot, crashed one \
Central phenomenal distance
on his very flat feet. Now he is just a crock. All his
ilvea are affected . and growing pains uay
back were the cause.
As spring courses through his system the "swot"
I be feeling listless. Now is the lime to get these
ngsters into the open air away from their boons.
Natural history birds or even just walking. These
brilliant youths are so easily and so often burned
on' when a bit of care might have saved their
brains for the world.
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.mild take toui i
the ghost were Ll offered in the naim- : i,.ss with how things arc.
was the higher scientific balderdash,
i in the end not be the least
i. ,t wtatc about tttaaa daaptral
ml matters."
Fron tii'' hypolheal they km Di BUnanian is also highly
irafllllj aiu rayi like the famous
observatii of that K ruu | RapOTt,
and-so in the case, milaarl ol lb PI he says. Is miattUad
iial Ueiiaviour in the Human
There is real danger in thU
idea The scientist with l
.; .supporting cults

Dr. Piichs and the German
who carriexl out the
COOCanUaUon camp experiments
wan fair examples.
L F. S.
No i uh I a si Asia
.en. a lui
By Thomas C. Watson
hM Hunt; Kou
'

rttorws un-
mi m South l
Asia. So it was a natural oolicv ber production.
n at. i_ *__i_.
plied them with arm
in equip six battalions of Infantry
. wa regard as an in-
tegral part of the Southeast Asiai
an mam pie-occupatioi.
has been to drive out the Com-
nuoiat bandits and restore rub-


In to adopt to rccognizo
. i: amant In chn
'As to Indo-China, tbi
Ltmant
According to tha B H Britain has doa
"m""! iu tn*.- BaaswaS| >cv." --- ------- .. . ------
v recognise the three kingdoms It
. "mi iii.ii.-mi l-ll*-.
.','; Chinese (.evemment will
on nVBarial expansion Bl
aiaikj
la alao obvious that
eyes were turning with COOStd-
erable concern towards Ihia BTM
recognised th*
nut what thev in-
tend precisely to do .
I probably won't be claw
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A n
Mson'i .
" not in agroement with that
i Lfavaa parnapi
,. more in the BaUtfl ul a pious
.. than . inn
ment
SUtl Department
is of the previo. a ..shmgton have studied the re-
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ding the second Mm, the -This is an importan'
'..-!. authorlt) pointed oul thai t< .'ore it was wltt.
1 " Hut bn ragard4 ba Ameri-
n sphere Oi iniUience. cans ask the French authorities ll
The BrHalta pol ' rant "Wr hav* ^one a great deal m submit their requirements for
from the *l area smce lhe war" ho u'nl military equipment for the de-
W*a r.avc supplied \:. feiuv of li'.klu-t'hina
lo livtni k11*' quantltiaa of arms to the 'Apart from its atm
him arms unese and also have granted portance Southeast Asia Is a rice
: lair them considerable loans and gen- bowl Which provides th
.vslsUnce Com- ties of life for India. Pakistan
virtually kapl on Ihe iMlalinaa nwowaatth countries have also Ceylon. Malaya and Ind
regantintf China i their exports of oil
lain also has considerable rubber, shelak and I
,1 hnks with interests in Siam. We have sup- fats." INS.
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THERE were two lads, call them Bill and Tom
I remember at school. Neck and neck for every
prize they were and both won scholarships to Cam-
bridge B1U srant on and got a dingy third class in
. lucky.
He got a horrid illness and couldn't look at a
book for weary months. He got a double first.
i m a young man rising 40 and
still a flrst-xlass brain.
It wan idents should have t
sit for examinations in spring. Oddly enough, Lon-
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as I write the second examination for medical
degrees.
In these formative years the chain of endocrine
glands Ret especial stimuli in spring. There may be
a little fulness in the neck as the thyroid attends to
its duties with extra zeal.
It ha.-. :o Ripatviaa the body's use of food and
part in the early business of sex. If there
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It is much ha inttnaai on boys
than girls That layer nf grime beneath Uk
can carry germs all over your body. And this is a
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The as baa largaly passed
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. an ago showed
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IVau In s And ii%il Servia Mostly Attend Extra-Mural Classes
To. The Editor. The Advocate.
SIR,You published an inter-
tsSUng letter on Adult Eu
and the manual worker i
issue of April 4th It is t; y
the position in the United King-
dom sometimes causes us con-
cern. The 1947-48 statistic* of the
British Workers' Educational As-
sociation, out of a student total of
92,067 show 18.805 manual work-
era (205). 25.194 engaged in
hosne duties and nursing (17%),
3.541 shop assistants (4%), lo.ttl
Clerks, draughtsmen, travellers
and foremen (18%). 9.804 teach-
ers (Kill. 4.746 professional and
social workers (5%), and MS*!
miscellaneous (10%). This how-
ever is not a bad cross-section of
the community, and all the groups
mentioned have a good right to
adult education The real reason
for anxiety, in my opim
that the total number of students
is so low, though it Is in fact
ateadily increasing.
It must be remembered how-
ever that these figures
social and cultural education
Very mu-h larger numbers (un-
fortunat'ly i have no figures by
technical .ullege evening duff's.
schools of art and
Miical. commi.
. .
to a large axb
the bobbies for which j
respondent rightly pleads. Th.se
classes do attract a certain num-
, .Dados Is
probably more like that in Eng-
land than that of any othei ol tin
West' Indian islands '
and commercial subjects or more
properly speaking, crafts and no
doubt for practical hot t
it* organ-
ised by the Department of Educa-
tion under the capable leadership
of Dr Bruce Hamilton
atllute has some seventy classes
running this session, an
doubt continue its expansion.
Mural Depa.
I the West
Indie-, is therefore i .:.. erned, as
vision of -cial edu-
eady given a fine ba-
ginning in Barbados bv
of the British Council at Wake-
field and elsewhere The number
attracted by this non .
type of education, will
'.ned with
technical or commercial subjects,
none the less Im-
portant. There are man--
It hi probably too that
the Extra Mural Department
could meet demands from profes-
sional or occupational groups on
occaron. The subject ll
by the Extra-Mural Department
a practical apj
as m the case of Social ll>^iene
or they may have an immediate
Interest.-as in the case of discus-
sions of the Report of the Stand-
ing Closer Association Committee.
Such statistics as are already
available show a nw.i
a tending Extra-Mural
classes, in Barbados, followed by
'.vil servants. Country discus-
naon groups and single UlksTiow-
ever are showing that other groups
can be attracted, especially per-
haps outside Bridgetown. The
Of correspondent
tresses, is that the ap-
proach should be una.ademic. The
method is that of the diacuaaior.
class rather than the
leed is The tradition not

Mural Education in Great Britain
and el*e.
A great difficulty of Barbados
is still the shortage of good tutors
. subject*, notably West
Indian and other economic prob-
lems, psychology and general sci-
ence
AUBREY DOUGLAS-SMITH.
Resident Tutor in Barbados.
Pro**
SIR.I think that your read-
ers must have been amazed to
read in Wednesday's 'Advocate' in
large uncial letters "Th,- Hogs
chose King Stork". 1 know I was
The Fable of the Frogs, the Log.
and the Stork Is one of Aesop's
best known. The moral of course
well km**.
You may remember that Jem
Smith's tombstone conveyed the
same Idea "I waa wellI would
be betterhero I am."
I. C. JACKMAN
H.U Off
sirYour Alley Reporter is
doing a grand Job.. This is
something that nee-is prompt ot-
tention and should give the Sani-
.lorlunM something to
think about It is really an
atrocious state of
is the only way to bring about
a change. It might
'..;.:.
.-seeing that Bridgetown is a city
and not another place to show
their wares in a most .
*gg K-- .
streets and most of all
the good work you are doing for
the benefit of the community
Hats ofT to the Allek Reporter
sanitation
bmi
SIR,I am a frequent passen-
ger on the buses arhk
from Maasiah Street or the Col-
lege Savannah to Bridgetown.
These buses are owned by differ-
ent Conccssionaim and so a
the great expense of the passen-
gers.
remain
dssplayad In these buses ^.though
certain changes I
Theae buses therefore si
regular hours, e.,
urdays. Cm such occasions, one
suffers auffi
ters of an hour in excess of regu-
lated time of departure though
the bus has been Allen
uled time. Eventually, two rival
buses leave and then begins out
more hazardous expci.*
Invariably they make the Sal-
it oad a testing
ground for reckless, dm
ing chases. Not only are our lives
endangered, but a 1
those of other motorists, pedes-
trians and cyclists. To crown it
all should one dare to register
disapproval, bells are
off and one is told in no uncertain
tones to alight if circumstance
are not suitable. Similar condi-
tions prevail on Sundays.
Need I re-focus attention or.
the frequency of recent bus acci-
dents, some of which an
Are passengers, whose c
of convcv, Hue buses
to face death and ui
In conclusion. I urgently appeal
. .'.horities both
Law and of the Department of
Highways and Transport to Uke
firm steps in recufying same, and
not leave us soK
ae of the Omnipotent
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FRIDAY. APRIL
1S5U
HAKH.noS \l>VOC.\TK
Weeding
At 116
ONI III NDMCD md sivteen-
year-old Mrs. Christian iU-11-
man. better known to reeld
St. Andrew as Ma Pei\ still
manages to use her hoe. Shi
at Cane Garden. St. Andrew and
occasionally can be seen weeding
up her land.
She is begin mniE to lose her
sight and hearing, but otherwise
strong. Her fourth child. Teresa
Kellman is 73 years old and
Beatrice Springer, her lifteenth
child, is "ow 58 >ears old.
M.i Pel" can remember when
slavcrv was abolished and also re-
calls .tie 191418 war. She has
a son who died in South Africa
as a soldier in 1927 and on many
occasions he wrote telling her of
Royalties he had seen.
Her hobby is gardening and she
has been living at Cane Garden
since November 1904. Her hus-
band. Samuel Francis Kellmun.
died on August 12, 1902. He waa
a Superintendent at Brut.-
Plantation when the windmill was
still used but "Ma Pei" ran n-
member when the engine was
Installed at Bruce Vnle in 190V
Her only complaint at present i:
that her house is in a bad state
and she would like it repaired.
nUZE GIVING DAY was held
MT at vtie Winmore Preparatory
School, near finterprise, Christ
Church, on Monday afternoon. Mr.
Wilfred Cullender is Headmaster
of the School.
A number of friends and parents
turned out to hear tfu* children
recite and sing. After the pro-
gramme was concluded, .tie Head-
master asked Mrs. Hermosa
Brathwaile to distribute the Print,
P. Brewster. E. Inniss, J. Brew-
ster and J. Callender, pupils, did
very good work throughout the
year, and received prizes.
A SHARK, weighing about 100
pounds, was caught by It.
Forde and brought in at Bathsheba
beach on Wednesday. The shark
was later transported to the City
to be sold.
SHORTLY after fl.50 o'clock yes-
terday morning two cars col-
lided on Locust Hall Road. Thu
right front fenders of boili were
slightly damaged but the occu-
pants were not injured.
A LBERT PHILLIPS of School
St. Lucy Postman
Gets 9-Month Term
Stole Registered Letter
EVANS CAHLYSLE DOWDIN
wept audibly in the dock at the Court ol I
.y-st.-rday when a jury after abrnii an hour ami
deliberation found him guilty oi the larceny of a n
j, .er'..ne Property of the Colonial Poetinuter. an
H .. 'da H'ndS "' Ctab H'" S' UCV
llli llonaur ihr chltf Jurtlrr. lhal of tl u wu
r AlUn lollymorr. srnlrnmll obvioui lhal both
mm lo Mr inonlhn imprlion-l and Hinds'dauaht.
mmt afl*r hii Counsel. Mr. be ipaaHni truth
ta.iJlJ,V1, Mi "* Coan' f" < ">f courw ol Ibeit
inai iiouojnts previous record dulies did nol umiallv travel ir
"i clean Mid thai he wu two., so II not lo be
PAGE FIVE
SAY IT IN
SPANISH
With Venezuela!, tourists com-
ing here in increasing numbers.
Barbados b getting more Spar-
I
.*. the s
. the door
written In Spanish for the l>ene-
flt of those Venezuelans who art
here.
el i!ives tl..
Services from Maundy Tnurade)
Kaster
married .nd had four children.
The case for the crow
conducted by Mr. W. W Reece
K.C., Solicitor General. Hearing
H began on Wednesday
t nee was heard. Coun-
sel on both sides addressed the
terday morning, and the
Chief Justice summed up.
Phgiiin
"The .Jury have found vou
guilty of the larcenv of this
postal packet." the Chief Justice
told Dowdlng before he passed
sentence. That means that vou
have betrayed your ti
brought disgrace on yourself."
"Mr. Ward has urged on your
behalf that you have a wife and
peeled that the irruseo would
have been able to bring inde
pendent witneMCi to teMifi f,>i
him.
Ml Ward submitted that the
Hinds' family *ri
the accused. What was their
paotivel He did not know. But tht
fact remained. Alter Hinds anc
her daughter had been proved to
have been lying on a material
point, could they honestlv sav thev
were satisfied that Hinds was not
lying when she said she had not
received the letter on July 27?
Mr. Ward Anally submitted ihat
where the evidence of the Prose-
cution was found to be uncertain
or untrue, it was the duty of the
four children; but when you com- '"/y ,0 return a verdict In favou
mitted this offence you did not
know that they were other people
who were hardworking and hon-
est, and who also had children
to support."
"It Is a very serious offence, but
in view of your previous clean
record, tin .
is nine months' InuM laouaeni."
This was the only case lo oc-
cupy the attention of the Court
yesterday, and the Court adjourn-
ed until Tuesday next when
hearing will be begun of the case
gaUMl -older for
murder.
Cotmsaft fliltlij
Mr. Ward addressing the jury
told them that the Prosecution had
not established beyond reasonable
doubt that the lerter had not been
i and that
the accused had converted it to his
A Lane slightly injured hisiown uso. The Tact tfti
knees and chin when he fell after i husband had sent the letter did ru>i
aitemptuig to alight from a motor-help one w,.v or another.
lorry aiong Hoebuck Street _
Thursday. He was treated for the
injuries.
EMERSON BVNOK ut Lodge
Road. Christ Church wag in-
jured In an accident at about 8.35
p.m. on Tuesday on Lodge Road.
He was taken to the >;
Hospital and detained. Also in-
volved w a s the motor-cycle
X1152, owned and ridden by
David It. dikes of Windj
Silver 9
AN ACCIDENT occurred af the
junction of Bay and Beeirwitfa
Streets at about 9.25 a.m. on
Tuesday between a bicycle owned
and ridden by Rupert Imnss of
Lakes Folly and another bicycle
owned end ridden bv Phillip
Moore of Bank Hall. The front
fork.! Moore's invycle was dam-
aged.
*THE MMBtR PLATE and
X right end of the bumper of
a van were damaged in an acci-
dent on Westburv Road a,' about
12.15 pm. on Wednesday The
accident involved a motor car
owned by Harold Sisnctt of White
Park Road and driven by Clar-
ence Hinds of Deacons Road.
T4IE ST MICHAEL'S COM-
BINED CHOIR, after a success-
ful tour of the island during the
Lcmen Season, when they ren-
dered Maunder's "Olivet to Cal-
vary." will now give a recital of
Easter music at Queen's Park
House cm Easter Sunday at 4 p.m.
The programme is made up of a
number of Easter Anthems. Carols
and Handel's "Hallelujah Chorus."
The Choir will be assisted by-
many local artistes with mustCR
instruments. It is conducted by
Mr. Egbert S. MocClean.
The Praeecutloi
lying on the non-return of the
dtUettj receipt. There was nr
potlUve evidence that the lettei
or receipt had been called for at
I possible time. On the
contrary, although the delivery
i returned
to tM Postmistress on the day
after the letter was taken out.
the evident went on to show that
It had not for until
The Postmistress had given the
accused a further week to search.
and even after the lapse of I week
she made no attempt To get in
touch with the addressee or to
SPOrt the matter to the G.P.O
After that, she had asked 'he
O.P.O. people to make special
search (here for the receipt.
Noi OarfalB
He was submitting that the
netions of the PQl b
tain if the
receipt had" not been returned
by the accused.
It was not unlikelv or impossi-
ble that the receipt had l>een loaf
ftcr it was returned to the Post-
At every stage in the
affair, Mr. Ward said, the accused
had insisted that he had returned
the receipt. They should com-
oare that th the un-
certainty expressed In the Post-
mistress' actions and evidence
Describing Mrs. Hinds as the
:tar witness for the Crown. Mr
Ward told them her evidence
should be tested for its truth He
then dealt with
of the accused.
The Reply
10 In his address told
the jury ilrst that as far as that
case was concerned the Crown
did not need to go into the value
of the postal packet. Thi
had to deal with the wrongful act
of larceny of such a packet.
Mr. Keece submitted that it was
established that Hinds did not
nave that particular letter in her
possessionthat she did not re-
ceive it. They had seen Hinds
in the witness stand. Did thev
the type of per-
son who would try to put a man
In trouble so as to obtain 2 from
tha Pott Offlce :
Counsel (or the Prosecution
denied that there was. aj
discrcpaiuir in Um evidence of
Mis. Binds, her daughter and the
Postmistress. A careful analysis
of the evidence did not iHsclcise
the vital discrepancies of which
Defence's Counsel had harped ao
much.
Mr. Keece said that the evi-
kowed that the Poatinie-
tress was not uncertain, but thai
she had done everything possible
to show that the receipt had not
been returned.
Mr. Ward had talked about re-
ceipts having been lost on pre-
vious occasions. That was true,
said Mr. Keece, but not with Mrs.
St. John, the Postmistress of St.
Lucy. She had said that, and he
was submitting tnat she had dis-
charged her duties efficiently
where that case was concerned.
lie a.is submitting that the
Prosecution i,d established the
case against the accused.
Sole .Il.ile.rs
The Chief Justice summed up
to the Jury reminding them that
they were the sole judges of the
facts. They could adopt or dis-
card any opinion that he ex-
reaasd.
They would realise, the Chief
Justice said, that they .. i
ing with a matter which hau
taken place some time ago. They
would also realise that in
matters liKc the deliVI
mails, one did not anticipate that
there would be trottl
therefore people engaged in such
matters might not be as
as they would be if they antici-
pated trouble.
In analysing the evidence they
would take Into account the de-
meanour of the witnesses and the
manner in which they had given
their evidence.
After reviewing the
600 Venezuelans
In 3 Months
More than BOO tl
Had Barbados since Jan
1. 1950. That marks four hundre,''
tpore than last year's total over
the same period.
The plane which brought
Wednesday's 50 passengers Is -
IX" 4 ol the Aerovias Venozolana*
S.A. lAvensa). Founded in May
1943 n has operated without in-
terruption for over
and has received the intcrna
tional Air Safet.v awards for 1944
to 1949 inclusive. loi living With-
out in accident.
The fleet comprises bONNO
Douglas DC 3 A and two DC 4
aircraft. In I94y they transport
ed 260,550 passengers covering
48.395.97tf passenger miles.
The sci Lght which
will call at Barbados on Suiulav
afternoon will be returning lu
Venezuela with the week-tod
tourists at ~ M a.m. on Monday.
Passengers holding,
ticketa must have then vaUdaMd
and their peaspoi
' Ofhce,
prior to their return to Vi
Maiden Trip
To Barbados
Twelve passengers'
m opportunity tc
at paavaga from awhadoa to
i'K. on Wednesday ni^ht when
the chartered k.
tiled from Bridgetown
for Plymouth. England.
rhe M i-freighter
of the Egyptian Merchant Marine,
has i>een brought Into
ths Veal u lUm U R run by the
Compagnie Uenerale Transatlan-
tlgue line to iclieve the present
iitHeulty experienced by passei.-
gers who have booked for U.K.
This is the "MisrV first trip
from Barbados to Engi
it is expected to make but ont
other. On May 9 it will c.ui
here en route to Trinidad and will
return by Mav 13 for its imal trip
from Barbados to the U.K.
Arriving with the Misr" were
290 passengers. 42 of whom got
ofT here. Five passengers got on
here for Martinique. From Trin-
idad, it brought 79 tierces of frutt
Including ample quantities ol
oranges and grapefruit H ,leare:l
!H>rt about 10 p.m the same night.
. md
tain Greenwood and nuu
a crew i>t 169, has a greet
of 7.387 and a net tonnage <>:
5,051.
Its representative lute .,
Messrs. R. M. Jones & Q
00 Chief Pass
Visit To Y.M.C.A.
Dr. James i haMral
Manager of the Socony Vacuum

zuela. and also a member of the
Board of Directors of the Caracas j
Y.MC.A.. visited the local!
Y.M.C.A. at PI ester-
day evening.
HO was shown :.iound by Capt ,
H. 11. Williams M.B.B. who
charge of the Y.M C.A. During
the course of inspection. Dr, Ton...
took a picture of the interior of
the Y.M C As .leneral Office |
He also watched the members
playing table-tennis an* billiards
\ in/ufluns Visit
Bridgetown
A variety ol fashions and a rfof

Bridgetown yeati i
nielan vlaitcrs, wtu are over for
troUed up

, paraded BroM
and slacks,

ibe majority of men
and light i I
l
tildar,
One of tl
,. ture i amera and .< ti i-
pod. He erected the tripod oppo-
site Nelson's Statue and
the camera, lie then Instructed
me of the chauffeurs how to use
the camera Ha
fricuds then grouped toff
he chauffeur took .he pictures.
He afterwards greeted his camera
it various points around the l?it>
and took many more action
photos.
nay uf hopping
some of the visitors congregated
ltd'! Restaurant when
they relaxed and took lunch
Accused Rcmundcd
Norman Husbands a labourer
of smile Street was remande.t
until April 14 when he
before His Worship Mr. E. A.
McLcod yesterday rtv
breaking and entering the dwetl-
Sobers at
Villa Road and stealing fror.i
there antcles h)
14 14. i on Februarj m
School Bov's Death
Inquiry Adjournt'd
The inquiry into th.
Trevor Jordan
d ^i die b> ',
;
dter lie InfU
jury that two petsona wen
with nuuuuau
connection with Jordan's death.
Trevor Jordan an II
St. Giles school boy died
was involved in an accident M
IU.aU while letuilil' X
LUXURY.
CuUcmraTal>!'-*
) iiiakM tf^ubtriillT
' oooling aul ihakiaa
flnbh la twoi batk, aviaa
on i -t hoiMidar. Knm
Um iUb M aWl M aUB
ii i tatk pparaiai
V,.\f?
t Uiuiy I
(uticura
V TALCUM
HARRISONS
BROAD ST
GOODS RECENTLY RECEIVED
INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING ITEMS
CHR0 PUTED BIB AND STOP COCKS
NECKED BOLTS 3 in., to 6 in..
C. P. AND BRONZE FINISH.
BRASS RACKING COCKS
HP. BALL VALVES
CASEMENT STAYS Black 18 m..
ALUMINUM CURTAIN RAILS
COMPLETE WITH FITTINGS.
PERFORATED ZINC SHEETS
-----AND -----
"MAGNA" CAST IRON BATHS
i'or,-..bii> BnanaaUad wmi iijlili
ivilh ( ! Il.,,l ( frit Uw.Hum and
nastc Fillings
$104.38 EACH.
HARRISONS
Hardwar* Dapt
ret 2364.
nee. her daughter's and* the Chief Justice put to the Jury
Gums Bleed!
Hkxiina nu
T.lh in,,,!
Tr-n*h Muuih
that will oooni
rftll and Heart Trouble Amosan *ii>i m<"
bUjdln* th. n..t da,, nidi * itvuulh
It. Iron clad
the points made by both ffmneel

was two-lold. It did not depend
on the receipt aa i
the lestiiuuny vi Ida Hinds thai
she had ni the letter
li area for them to use their
and to decide
wheiTiei
ferred to oy Mi Wl
of so vital .i nature as to sway
them in one direction or the

The can depended on fact, and
o was essentially a caat for a
jury's consideration. If they be-
lieved the evidence of the accused.
or if they had a reasonable dount
on the evidence as a whole, they
would acquit the
"f deilveiini the letter to Mr>
Ida Hinds had converted to bl-
own use, it would be their duty \<
i.illy if the offence with
FUEL ARRIVES
Coconuts, hoc}*licks, fi rent Ol d.
Umber and ?
unived In the island yesterday b) j
.he 4S-toi
rietta" undi iby which
ailed from St. Lucia.
1 ncrs' As-1
are local agenta "f th* i
Ha".
FREE YOURSELF
Molassrs For
Trinidud
tanker "Athej Ruby"
returned here yesterday to take
a load of vacuum pan molasses'
fur Trinidad. The load will ap-i
proximately be 120,000 gallons. [
The "Athei Ruby" is now com- I
ir.andcd by Captain Cook
ii from Captain Lom-
dale who had brouifht the vessel [
to this port in past times.
T -A TIUITID REMEDY
JO/- tor Wounding j--*: rouom^nm
A fine uf 2Us and 3s. CO)
be paid in 14 days m
impnsonnu'iit was Imnoatd
Clarence Mc* I
Land yesterday by Mi- \v
Mr. A. J H Hai.
She was lound guilty of a
ing Enid Griffith on her ton
with a piece of iron on Sept en
ber 22
"lllkaii '
BEWAREofwormsi

rot evetu
occasion
on Sale at the
leadina StoteS
LIGHT SHOWERS
Light showers fell
tricts "A". "B" and "C" yesterday
morning. District "B" red
the heaviest fall, recordnn.
Inch. Dittrlcte "A" and
I 12 inch and 5 respectively
The ram started to fall about
the City area )utt .iti-i .t a.m
and continued for about a half oi
moulh wall
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Does your Goat suffer
from
Loss of Condition f
Anaemia (pale gums) ?
Diarrhoetic Conditions f
Any of these may be
caused by
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(lAKDEN MOI'Lw.
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FRIDAY, APRIL 7, ISJO
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
CLASSIFIED ADS. jn"
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5dro-nri April. Ms
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FOR SALE
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mill Aiulin 10 IIP 8^B^ Two
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Boebuck Str*el. Dial 34M. "
TLrTCTRICAL
Canadian
luaaa. iii **- 0430 an
Dial 4*16.
LIVESTOCK
00A1 "" Saanan Alpine Milch
Goal liivln* 8 tn 10 innl. milk daily. Call
7.4 50 In.
troni j Mar* h> Denniiion.
Kant. St Thomai. 7.4M-3n
ULTRY
I-OUI.TIIY I'm* Pied Plymouth Bock
0.4 50 an
MECHANICAL
IIICYCIXS Herculei Ac Phillip*. Low-
hM prlcaa. Courtesy Ciataae. 111*1 4311
FURNITURE
STFXL OFFICF- FUHN1TURX-Filinf
U (4 drawer, teller and tool-tap
MO. l.irksl. SUtlonery cupboard.
irlth Itwkrj. Ito. Courle.y Garaoe. DUI
A.4.50-3n.
TAItl.F OlH ITHhlJIT illnlna- table to
^t ellhl Good rondltlon. Mr. HutMn
"Giand VIW Pavilion Road,
lank Hall lAM M
MISCELLANEOUS
I Over thr holkti
try a morninff wlm
al lemonade, al
B.4.50- 3n.
parkla and Amaion foi
and window*, alao plain sla...
Chaapaal pimn. Chandlers Hardwar*.
Tudor Sti**l. 7.450- In.
J WARE-Real whit*, ihnnrr and '"up
platea, meat di.hea, round dWhea, Ta*
tup* and Saucer*. Chandler* Hardware.
fudor Street. You can park and rJiop
n comftni 1.4.50 In
manufactur* Turtl* Sh*ll woik for
1 Combs. Hroochee.
Iiam>. Shoe llninn. Earrlnla. etc..
. 1 .Hir tarn-
run ..r write Chandlrr'i Hardware.
7 7 4.50-ln
uufrnua pk ..!.
ret. Bum. I pi. keroaem
1 ipar* patla. Chandlei
I
330 Candle
1 in 14 hour*
. Hardwai*.
Tir-t 1 n
OALVANISE SHEETS, In 24 and *
|c Ift., 6ft am*. *ft. and Oft l*i.th.
mild iteal plafka II". '
and 3,-8 In varloua itnea Fnoutr*
H'.ita Tyre Company, TrafUra- Streal.
13 MV-4 n
I OALVAN1SKD PTPT.. Unit
Twn-|n*h fMlvanlwri pine. 7*c *"_ '
r foot. A. BARNES a. CO LTD
IM MM'
CAMERA K Anntidrna1
with lla.h aun attachmant anj"
. daik yellow, ffrecn and rod
iPHan: and Weelon axpoaure irvetr"
|Prlee 1350 00 or nearart offer. Telephon-
Nltholla at Ml), between 10 a.m
Ml 4 i.i. 4 4.90t.f.n
VALOR STOVE PARTS
"preadere. Wlek. Wiek-CaiTlaT. Fin-
Rlna.. Gallerlaa, Oanaratora. and Olhee
turns enquin Aulo Tyre Co Trafalaa-
|Et Dial :flM.
FUiik


AUTO ACCESSORIES- Chamm* lealh
en. duil rloth. rheeae cloth, waxe*
IfolUh*. aa- '--v lorklno rape for EnO-
aaat Airaramp Can and Trurk*
: OR. CaafiT Garue 0 480Sn
^nM'
HELP
refaranca*
"sw> food and *leepmi accommodation
II \\ Cox. L'pUnda. TOf
"> day mornlni at S to 11 a.m
7 US. In.
A talaaman with aorae kno.l*da 0*
7?* peovlBloo Ilnea In Roebuck S(re*i
.i?ii 5* '' Urvlow. Al
treated confidentially.
94.BO-n

[ gjSCELUNEOUS
W. U. OOODING,
Parochial Traa.urar,
St Philip-
74fi0.-6n
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
- LicenMna Court to b. hald at
Monday
o'clock,
N.B
ered 1 _
!v?"?,.LCo.u"' """"t n
me Uth day of April ino ,n
FOR HENT. rrom lit April Upatalri
l-ramiaei No B Swan Street Suitabli
">' Aa-enc->- or ilmilar ivpc of bualneaa
Conlaxrt ImmadUlaly on Premian No 1
swan Street 313 80-1 f.n
ItUNOALOW. olao Flit farltuj * ma
mad. Haillrun, furnlahad from May It
All com/ort*. Rrurll-h baiha with heolei
howem. telephona*, verandah* Teli
SBf Ml 31 3 50I.f .
OFFICE Ona office over RurUUry
laundry Depot., kiarh.ll Straan. Apply
Sanitary Laundry CO. Tel 3501
31 3 50t f.n
The M V. "Daarwood" will ae-
eepi <>aroo and Paaaarawra for St
Lucia. St Vincent. Grenada,
Aiuba *aitina Friday 7th April.
B.W.L scitoorm owners-
ASSOCIATION ilNCI
ion lama
MONTREAI. At NT*AM* NEW
'% \\ AM. Il\r I IMITtl.
IU.A.N Z. LXNRi
s.s. '-cm- o* DtaTPrtr mil* Ade
'-.ide April land. Melbourne Ma* 4th
Sydney Hay inn. Hrlaftane May W
mvnnar at Trinidad June lath.
Thaae veaaa-U have mpk aoaca to
chilled, hard Iroien and geiisiM carat
Cans accepted 00 throuxta .bilk o
..dina: Hh tranahlpmant at Trinidad fo
Hriti-h Guiana. Barbadoa, Windward A
l.reward lalanda.
Foe further particular* apply
FritNEsn. wrniy a co ltd
Aarenu Trmidad.
DA COSTA i CO. LTD
Aaonta HaitMdoa.
Canadian National Steamships
rOlTllOIND
IADY RODNXY
l.AI.Y NQ.SClN
l.AllY HODNTY
I.AI1Y NIISON
ADY RODNEY
NOITIIOI ND
LADY RODNEY
IADY NE1AON
1ADY RODNEY
IAUY NELSON
l-ADY RODNEY
Abova I* the Pholoaraph of ihe
EV. A. M. MROMI. approved and ap-
polnted by the Elder*'Council a. Col-
eelina Officer to receive Subscription*.
Donation*. Love-tokana. and Olfta. on
l--half of Tn* New Te*Umeni Church of
God. tRellaioui Aaaamblyi in Barbadoa.
IMJII.ir SALES
REAL ESTATE
I will offer for rale by Public Corn-
l r "nmMh lath -llpm. <4 acre Uq
>%. .PROJ?lmAK ROAD. 9POONBW
HILL. ST. MICHAEL with th. chutol
houaa .tandln* thereon doubt* roofed
houaa, with uaual oulonVea-palntsd
weatar at foot of road iv-ar to other
uuiliy rtryteo.. lor ln-peOn -no
t-rma Tor ule apply to:
It. AROIZ3N McKENZIE.
Victoria Street.
1.4.90 In
D. D.
JIM A MM Mi
LOST
CiaARETTE CASE-A
r.uunel Cirarett* Caaa. Rr-tu
UrtSMfc N.wo,eM.,iVhV^:'87
uses." ""^ H3S
HUNOAIOW AT NAVY GARDENS
Hull! December Ittl Cool quiet locality.
Stone roofed Event* Verandah, Draw
in*. Dinini and Breakfaat Room*.
Kitchenette with built In larder and cup.
board*, toilet and Iliad bath. 3 bedroomi,
each with lame pre**** and water
carafe, aervanw room, toilet, bath. lime,
breadfruit and other fruit traaa. lawn*
rid yarda good condition. Inspection ly
-PPjunlmant only. Archie Clarke I'hon*
4530. B to 4. 4 4 S0-4n
The urajerikynod anil ..lie, p
(lice. Jarrm
doi th* Mm
Liy of April. 1060. at ? pin.
< 1 "RAP-
< 01 B1 lODdliu on B.430 square feat
V' '"''' ' "V3' ,
Inapectlon on application to thr undei-
MBMd
eJl-ISr dwellinBhouae called SAN-
DOWN- ttandma on 10,500 -quare feet
of land at Foniabelle, St. Michael. In-
apectlon on application to the tenant
belwaaii the hour* of 10 a.m. and 4pm
Foi further particular*, apply to :
HUTCHINSON & HANFIELD,
floHeHotii
7.4.M.n.
II PAYS TO ADVEIiTISL
*.\ I HA Ml VI NOTICES.
s.,ti 1 I'""" conl"buU" '> 'he Widow, ,, onauTSS-
du r, A>""'"nl! s"ould be re,i,lered Medical IT.^Uionc u
lart'. Un'"nished "uar,c" "e "vail-ble at a renul ot i% of
on Ifa. ur|hLf!*.Cb,dSSJ,C'"" "SplU1 s"ua,cd cl0~ to Ihe Co^
on llie oul->klrts of Bndfelown. It has over 700 paUenu
H.I- AppU'*l'0"s sho"'1 " addreased lo Ihe Colonial Seerelaty
May, mo"' ^ "nd ShOUld '"' !Ubmi,,ed bC,ore ,hc "*
7.4.50.2n.
BOS SALE
TENDERS are invited for the purchase of the bulldlnm (4)
situate on lands of the General Hospital In Day street, near the Eye
Department ^
(1) A one-storey wall and Uoarded and shingled house with gal-
vanised roof, approximately 28- x 26' used as a shop.
(2) A stone building with a wooden second storey over a por-
tion of it, approximately 31' x 37', shingled and galvanised
roof, containing 3 bedrooms, 1 living room, 1 dining room,
kitchen, toilet and bath, known as "The Cottage".
(3) A one-storey building with concrete floor, galvanised roof
approximately 25- x 27-, used as a shop.
(4) A stone building with everlte roof, approximately 15'
used as a tailor shop.
Same to be demolished and removed from their present sites within
ks from date of purchase.
2. Tenders should be forwarded In sealed envelopes not later
than 12 noon on 17th April, 1B50, and marked "Tender for purchase
of buildings on lands of the General Hospital and addressed to the
Colonial Secretary. Public Buildings.
:i Inspection any week day lietween the hours of 8 a in. lo 4
pjn. on application to the Secretary of th- pUat
4. The Government does not bind itself to accept the highest
or any tender.
7.4.50 2n.
APPOINTMENT IN THE PUBLIC SERVICE
APPLICATIONS arc invited for appointment as Postmaster/
Postmistress for the parish of St. George shortly to be vacant or the
retirement of the present holder.
2. The appointment is subject to the selected candidate being
passed as medically fit for employment in thr Public Service and will
be on two years probation. The minimum educational standard which
will be accepted is a pass In the Cambridge Local School Certificate
ir similar examination of equivalent standard. Applicants must be
iver 18 years of age.
3. The salary attached to the office Is $864 per annum. In ..ddi-
ion remuneration for the payment of old age pensioners, approxi-
mately $22 per month, Is paid.
4. Applications addressed to the Colonial Secretary on forms
obtainable from his Office or from the Colonial Postmaster's Office,
will be received up to 12 noon on Saturday, 151h April
7.4
POLICE NOTICE
marac'iaiN of roauc ravrta renaaa and
RENEWAL OF LICENSES
Regulation 1 (81 of the Regulations made under Section 7 of
lhl' * md Road Tralnc Act, 1037-18, requires that
owners intending to renew their licenses in respect of public service
vehicle-., good! vehicles or trailers shall before the 30th day of April,
make application to the Commissioner of Police who shall appoint a
lime and place for the examination of tho same.
2. Applications .should be submitted before the 2th day of
April, 1950.
3. Forms will lie supplied on application to the Transport Section
of Department of Highways & Transport; but will not be sent through
the post.
t. Inspection of these vehicles will commence on Monday 17th
April, 1950.
5. Owners of vehicles are hereby reminded that vehicles which
are not passed as road-worthy by the 30th June, 1950, will not be
permitted to operate after that date.
(Sgd.) R. T MICHELIN,
Commissioner of Police.
Police Headquarters.
Bridgetown,
153.50. 25.3.50Jn.
fe HARRISON LINE
1/ OUTWARD PROM THE UNITED KINGDOM:
S.S. "COMEDIAN"
S.S. "MEGNA"
S.S. "HERDSMAN"
S.S. OREGON STAR
S.S. "R1VERCREST"
S.S. "INTERPRETER"
Vessel
S.S. "TACTICIAN'
S.S. "CUSTODIAN
ther particulars apply to
DA COSTA & CO., LTDAgents.
lit LE.. I II VVS VI I A.M IOI I
FRENCH USE
"MISR"
GASCOGNE"
"MISR"
"GASCOGNE"
"GASCOGNE"
Fo;
.S'ailiny to
Trinidad
. April
, May
May
./June
19th. 1950
9th, 1950
24th, 1950
28th, 1950
April
April
May-
May
July
.Vaili.ia to
Plymouth
5th, 1950
26th, 1B50
ISth, 1950
31st. 1950
Ih, 19611
further particulars apply to :
R. M. JONES & CO., LTD.-Agent*
famous trent cartridges
i & \\ i.m iilsit:ii repeating shot guns j
;: a,
| johnsons stationery & hardware :
'-'--'-'- vss-ws.vw;wsssss*tvss*s*sMss-ssss*f
l.i'y-'AI'D TABIX-B, Th. rurbM.
i,,. ,?,T" :.lc.U IUl
u-.li-c ptic.. S.4 10- I
TU'TI0N . m...
]/*r<> in
' " iKSuTiiXS1*-, ''
Urn 5 W. J Tel-
ful *" * Thee W W
ATTENTION Is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence)
(Amendment) Order. 1950. No. 14 which will be published In the
Official Gazette of Thursday 6th April, 1950.
2. Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling
prices of "Charcoal" are as follows:
.-,::
LINOLEUM CARPETS
Sliea: 9 . by 7V, ft and 10V, a by I ft -
Alsi
LINOLEUM IN ROLLS 6 ft. wid
All very reasonable in Price.
aatsbllabM
t86V
I.HUilH.llll.Hl.
10 & 11 Roebuck Street
IncorporapM
1916
i~ it lilt's A Qualities at thf
IMIOAHU V.
n a* i u BALNCOAT* wltk Haad* .( u.io a II aa ., baraala)
I'LAOTIC BAUB la late*! itylaa Blaak. lira- a. WbIM it*, tree* IS*. U Hi
FLASTIC tniLDBBN'B BADS 1131 eaek la Wait.. Blaek aad Bad
t_ll.LliR.NS CLABKE OBOES la WblU. Braw. Ire. It, I. n,
( HILI'BEN'S ANKLETB In Wfelte. Brawn A Flak iliee ftA ja,, 4J,,
IMIOVIIU At IMIINS SHOP.
/-'.-.,'.'.-,',V/V.'.'-'/1/,v--,'/.'//.VV-V,V,-/f
SICK ROOM W.
BIrOS CIVIL SFRVHr
ASSOCIATION
\on< I
OF tlENBRAL MEETING
The annusti .
niK adjourned fruin 25th
February, will resume at the
Town Hall at 1.30 |
Saturday the 8th April.
Additions to original
Agenda:
(1) To e.e.1 tWtlvi
gates to the USA.
Conference.
NOTE: All proposed reso-
lutions for discus-
sion at COaafSfSEKS
must be M'nt to the
Secretary not later
than 12 noon on
Monday the 10th
April, I960.
General Secretary.
5.4.50311.
Thrrmometers Nurglcal IireasiniB
l^rJate GUsaes Plaaten
Bsndsges
DrlDklng Tubes SOssers
Hut IhktBI Unities l!cd yxtiM
lee Caps Trumea
W Oi:R rRKSCRIPTION DEPARTMENT IS SECOND TO
NONE IN BARBADOS. Send V% your nest PrescripUon j
COLLINS' DRUG STORES
Once BdjBjri available :
THE IVOMII-K BALM
"VALDERMA"
VALDERMA Antlsepllf lUlm. r
antiseptics In a nru KmuUio
iiLiin* puuerfBl nou-lrriUting
Base.
It stop* the growth of rapidly sprradlni microbes like
-ii.iili.li),.... i,s And strrptocorcus. which cause Barber's Raah,
Ikills Imprliiu and ftliiKWorm.
I Sj VALDERMA for :
Barber--. Rash. Impetlfo. Bells. Athlete's Foot, etc., ete.

HOOKERS lm) DRUG STORES LTD.
Bro.d street and Alpha Pharmacy, Ilastlnis.
caster Parade
at GRIFFITH'S ROCKLEY
NOTICE
lSTS!!!!!!i ind '"nd" " asked la note lhat our Pier
lead Deparlment all llranche.) will be rlo,ed I. hu,,,,..,
uunU, nexl, hid |ns|
Our Broad street ll,.,i, ! Oiaa-iew Sale. -||||1l|.|
in be open fwr bualnesa as aaeal.
CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD.
IM.I.IMI II IN,, ,!,,:
-Mil II III I I
, In,Ire lull from Slb mil
K USINN
I I KKANT8
"HI II li I I in nks>
I III Kllll -, In Ht. A pkis
< OKMI.AKES (Keilegs)
MIIAK M.MIINIIs
III is/ MAVONM U8I
l HI ll -VI \n
mil IK ACE
GRAPES In Tins
i MUSI In Tin
EAHTEK EGGS
M I I -
ran hum
ii \< hi -
i M ,,ll BISCUITS
TOMATO KETt'llllH
GUAVAK la Tins
I'Kl NFS
Hal FSTATF Af.FNTS. AIKTIONEERK -I Kttluli.
ARTICLE
WHOLESALE PRICE
(not more than)
11.75 per bag of 110
lbs. ex ship 12 95 per
bag of 110 lbs. ex
store.
RETAIL PRICE
(not more than)
4c. per lb.
6th April. 1950.
Notice:The above change in price has been necessitated by the in-
creased of Charcoal from British Guiana.
7.4.50.-
MAHOGANY &
CEDAR
FURNITURE
nn WILL ALWAYS WIN.
i ruTTtn risrl new -
*>-*4 Mah.iaai A I rdar Ward-
reaa*. BaSataad*. VaatUet. Wait
Uada. Tawtl Batk>. Niabl t hair.
Illalaf Tablat, China Cabintt.
Lteer Caaa.
Merrl* aad Tab Seltei *r aapar-
ate E-l*.M. Ceaahe*. rV.ru-. and
atbar all-al-eaae ca*lr. Barh.i.
I arlabl thai... Sldabaaiaa, Bal
r-ek* -lib U.i.i kflkrar*. Oa*e*
Delhi.
Ba,
MOSBE-SAVIMO PSKI
ls. mm
Trafaliar Mr..1 D4al *
DIXON 6c BLADON
(JOHN M. BLADON)
Ml WISH AM. OUR MANY CLIENTS AND ?R1ENI>S
A VERY PLEASANT EASTER VACATION
PHONE IM PLANTATIONS BULIHM.
PHONE 4514 FOR ANYTHING YOU REQUIRE
GRIFFITH'S rockley
-li.ll; FACTOIY MACIIINtlll
Mill SALE
(aa a whale or pieeesaeal)
situated at
'Craleniih' Estate, Prlneeatewn.
n.iMl. u,
ALL ITEMS I N.ACHINF.RY In the Factory con ,
I Knife Engine. Juice Healer;
Triple Effect; Crystallise!,. V.icuum Pana; Centrifugals;
Ruston Engine (90110 hp.); Generating Set (20 k.w);
Filter Presses; Sundry Engines, Pumps, Tanks, etc., etc.
Parehaser(s) te bear all rests of disaunlllni
aasl reaR.iv.l.
Iiartieulars ana Inspection BDply :-~
KM.
FOGARTY. LTD.,
Pert W Spain.
TKIMOAII
NOTICE
OUR CUSTOMERS & FRIENDS
ST.
re aakrd i,. nol,- ih,,! our Office.
Mci.ii.null.,- .mil Workshop Depart-
ments will be closed on.....
SATURDAY next, the 8th instant
III caM* of an emergency arrangements
have been made to undertake the
neceasary work.
TBE BARBADOS POtXUBY Ltd.
Dial 4546 or 2*56


PAGE EIGHT
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
FRIDAV. APRIL 7, ,,
Spartan Defeats
Carlton 4-0
IN A FAST GAME packed with thrills and excitement.
and before a big crowd. Spartan defeated Carlton by
four (foa.s to love in their First Division football fixture
at Kensington Oval yesterday afternoon.
Three goals wore scored within the first half hour,
while the other was scored during the second half.
..... Cadofart, the Spartan centr
HARBOUR
LOG
IN CARLISLE bAY
IN PORT: Srh Aserarvdrlria B. M V
Lady Joy. Beh Everdene. C M.V. lpena.
Sk. Blue Note Mac. Sen Manuata.
Schooner DOrtee. Srti. P-ita Wonita. Sen
E-nniiel C. wonderful c"in*n<-i. *.ii Phy|>' Mant.
Scfa. Francea W Smith. Seh W- L Btt-
MV- ""a..
ehonr "Maxea HanrWMa." '"
net, Capt Selby. from SI Lutie Agent*
Sc>0OIWr (hrwn' ABBl"iat.en.
MY Mhel Ruhy." 311 'On* m>l. Capf
Cook fiom BntiHi Guiana. Aniiu.
H Jaaon Jooei
a*yptl*n SS "Miar 5.661 toni net.
Cat Greenwood, from Trinidad. Agent.
K H. Jooea a. Co Ltd
in i'\kti bin
r 41 " < net
,\ a** : Si > Bj
Cap! Noel, lot Dominiea Agent*
t Dwnm' Aseoeiatlon.
BthooTWi "Adaltna." SO torn net. Capt
rTarrur.ir.a. lor Si Lucaa Asenla: SctMOB-
ee Owner*' Association
SS imm: Ml lee- net. CaSytaln
Oftanwoo*. lar Martin..,-* Agent, ft M.
JOBBM CO. LM
Paaatnaari arriving b. the aBas
rwi TmtM Mr Colin Field*. Mrs.
Odette FieMa. Ma* lei *iji* F-eU-. Mr-
Barbara Jade*. Mr Frank ParM. Mr,
rloaarto PleM Matter AntTtony FWId. lb
Joeaph Moor*, M-. Ft-.i.-.c Muorr. Mn
Hefcma Moore
Paaariiawri leaving) a* the 11 "Miar
a Plymouth. F.ngland
I half, opened the st-oring with
free kick well outside the area
while the other Ihra* were score*!
by Evelyn. Johnson and Haynes.
C.irl.on who kicked towards the
goal at the pavilion end. were
DM on the offensive and In a food
forward movement swept down
the field and attacked the Spartan
goal but goalkeeper Harris came
to the rescue
Soarvan took over imr,>*Mlately
and Kin*;. On CarlUm goalkeeper
had some anxious momenta a* he
was called upon to do tome savins
when Evelyn on__the right wing
sent in two good efforts
Tha Carlton front line again got
moving and Reynold Hutchlnson
at Inside rift./ sent In a grounder
which hit ine upright and went
out of gaajP Shortfy afterwards
Chase the Spartan left winger go'
the ball and raced up the field
He atar acT** a aarigerovs one.
which missed (he goal by Inches
14 Eater For
Grand Prix
ABM, Apel. I
in* driven, Juan
MOranri
Two Armom* -
"rs/Tii-nafi.'
mi(ll 14 n(r)*i 1ml :tx O
PrU >rla, Dr Fat,
Autemotrfl* rat* on farter Hon-
sh m *i.. im, c. C Ba*-
cratl tan. ftat tsn sett) km I*
> uw emtai *f >ww i
.-.iin no um.
Tm> routM, lh Mm* It MM
vrafa H tr*c#d around tha Paw
Caaip and aauol* of park* I!
onlalrx all that ran ba ararnaa In
ha Una of OrallM and harrMfi
uaiida.
Tha -ntnx ara MMarMI
IMO C C upfohariadi Juan
Manual ranflo and rrollan Oon-
iale> (Argentina I F. Bonetlo
(Italy) and Louit Chiaron
(Franc*) Ferrarrt tlAQO C C
Supercharged) Haymond Sommer
(France), Luifi Virroreat and
Albert Aacan (Italy)
Gordlm Stable Slmca 1.500 C C.
Supercharged: Maurice Trlntlg-
raint, Robert Manron and Andre
Simon. Talbot (4.50C. C.I Philip
P**tancelin. Charles PoUl, Louis
Roaler and Pierre Levegh. all well-
known French drWera.
tenter
Police Band At
Hastings Rocks
T,
OwaniUaS) t*t...i*i. Mi CadrW F C.->p-
K.ihi-*"
Bouh. Mr. Carlyl Bretcr. Mr t. 1
Srti-n Mr Ivan llatoiah. Hlu Albrrtha
Jor-
Par Martlnlq Mi U>'.i.>e landau.
Ma Mane Vnulvt. Mi hobert.nr TaaV
Ir. Mr* Irma LavI. Mr Jorte Pot alert*
IN TOlfCM WITH BARBADOS
COAST BTATSOM
Cable and .' - '->i Irvdm Ltd
adrkw thai tfeay can no. communxale
Bfei (oiiawina ariiaa> tnroiash thetr
Barbados Coat statlor
SS. atarrvar Duraan Mi-r Marcuf
DaWon., Abraham Uncuin. Trkla. Gra. >a
raant. Alatw Shiaet. ra-adiar
Lnailmicar. Lady H'-Jrary Afratt Haw
bow. Fna-a. Halirivc Bea.r. Latnaania
Walrnea. Amerlk Per** S Vananrha
r P.D J H V*Mm,
\k .a
*en fltivettre
Bala,'aea' Breaic *>iarstheti'.
Naava -aa#ta. ft-aTll.
Imta, W.r
^sarafan rifW
. -raaer. At. .a
Hastna. Mara. Cara.a
ks:
OAtatnado Lah<
ton Churchill. ''...(. SanaWii Firm
Port Nakaaalrv Hellene. r.aBd- PoaHa
E>a Guatemala. Hormec Tide. WMftler
Mllta aatucMat. KtaaiyiNtin'
Seawell
I.A.L.
lipe" '
Thrarra
Arrlvils Bv B.W
IKIIM TUMIM
araon GnflO. daaiiaa a
La-nr Kan-nai Anthe.- Waod
> .A. Kathiaari Wood. wiUiani Wood. A
Woa*. /bi Waller. Nelaon Rndnf..
PeWa Dron. Marna|n Dvw*> Gam.
Dyan. Alda DyaM. Juae Drar, Mar
' GeraSM Alice Piid.n Will-att. Faaar
daaa, Baialiai Lrnn. Mrana Rodtlfuaa.
Ctuata-m Redridaea. Hand.* tliai
Retniaso lUaa. Ana Pi#na Joae Pigna
-'< PsiMiiB. Uuaa Oonaalef. Rafael
BMr. fVanclaco Oonuia*.
Hurnbeno aarano
rttUM LA Gl'AIRA
liana D
lanara Da Vaaqa
urid B Hadjan UawnorU )!*>>.. ,
F-Uar P V ,i>,
Palipe
Foul Play
Spartan was then given a freo
kick a a re*ult of foul play by
one of thi Carlton defence
Cadogan t-ok the h;ick and beat
King with high shot.
No sooner was the bell centred
than h* was back in the Carlton
goat area and Chase after recciv-
%ig from Haynes. centred ac-
curately and Evelyn who had cu:
in from the right wing, beat King
with a pemei-ful shot from close
range to makr the score 20.
Carlton made a good at
score, but inc Spartan defenee got
in their way, They were however
awarded i corner which t*ucaa
took from the right side?, bui
liffthtni >' Ultad Carlton agalr.
made ano.aei raid and K Hut.ti-
inson sent across a good one from
th,- left wing but Medford headec
out
It was not long after this that
Spartan got their ;tiird goal Chase
on the left wing after getting
aoaakm raced up the ft>ld and
again centred accurately Kin
the Cirllon -teepei" got wkf ba
a huh eveniiially sht^d frm h
hands and Dearnoftd Joftrtsij
,pounced oq It and scored
All Tharp.
this siac maa> many
a raw t*i iht Spartan goal, but
just failed to cars. O.
'..
fl 'ii nentre forward
ilc on another. Cozier
alter receiving from one of his
tended goal wards, hut
Harris was all trn*re
Carlton kept on pressing and
met with hard luck when Mar
shall kicked one right across the
goal frc'i the iefi wh .
to pin it in
The interval was taken with the
aeere S0 In favour of Spartan
On resumption, the Cai Iton foj-
wards bent on scoring, were the
first on the offensive, but failed
to ge.* pa*i their oppananta1 de-
fence. Span i; over and
ratalda right sent In a
good one which King saved.
' iffd to the
Spar an goal ..tea and V
outside '
'.. ., no.4l.sh0t which the
fka F'.iice Band, c-nducie^, bf
Captain C K P "son. A R C VI
will give a special Oood mdary
Concert at the Hastings Socks at
I o'clock to-ngjrt
The following iRroaramme has
been arranged:
rr-ST MABCH taa In M*rai."
thur SuHcar
Arthur BolUvan *a "a Man at an
IfiKi Band mart *r and reeeTvad Ms tarry
, .-,. --- the Chanel
fUaVal, gi-Bland Me w-.po-ed mtacri
^C-lW-nl rnur BB I* lecm.. mo." of
which ha* been urdrahadowod i UM
ttraordinary niccaa* of Ir eyrir o
Comic oparaa-llrliado
wrote fn# oaertura to -
to-nutht n Oar death of hM father
srVMPMOKV Tr^Unflnadaad Wrr^pliony
-*rvef Han rueri a wort, ad
eeq ^ nad .uch a narrow escape from
*bl.vn at the wort known a. the
t'nSni.hed Symphony" Two I
menu and bar. o( a third, and
11 tnd> -raevrr to be completed for *J
mn il i* unheard and unpuali.hej
until discovered in B duat> old cuo-
boarJ Vienna b> ;lvr Endlnhmaii.
Sir Oeorae Orovr thr ccarmMler o
Grove* Dictionary "
All rriJURS "Prom the Third aislta-
Church
Services
uead PriBy>
. rwareB: T St a m ljUn>
rrimianaatt am Matina and
BdHiUHi rf Ipn. Trrree Umir- ^o-
"t pc
.. Jay)
*. Pa-l. :m L.iany. Mat.m.
AH> Service IN am StBUaaa Of taw
Crawa in Church IS3 p w Three Hoin1
Cdddoctor Canon Mandeville. pm
Bvanaons ConJeaaiom : JS pro Lantern
Utany and Matina T St a.m. Ahar Ser-
VMf S p.av Bleaaind o! Paachal Candle
Cvtn*on*I ) P-iri. Bnlhronernent of the
Bluaed iacrrnaeiL
mi rnouisr
Oaed PrldBT>
Jim.. Sitert- :1am Re* Erneel
PTaipBrn
cc-ape.-. tssta
!. em The K
Pa.nr. IUi .' J
Mh.Khail S30 >r
ONI wr.Mlal' 11
m Mr F D Roach
i. Mr Hunte
m Rev R McCul-
Ah* fcaewa
i s
The Air
i the G
r -T3-!t'* h-^ ,,1,*T **** SparTan then madt-
ar;a^r-rAnbti2n?( SZ^tJFS, raid and veere given a corner
Mara. Craaate H--.n Which Cli- :,-,K fion
p. tovllu "
WUa tomidc Bt.naidlsidi
- Oarman Mari^do. Ramon ..
A dlla. La* l^iuHpectit. Albo M-i.dra
Doraild Heavy. Oarloa AUv.r
Atorcor, Marvader Loper luiu Monaant
Lu*re-,.u Oonaaara. PMlaa i
Oonaalei. Jaan Keel- 1 efe.1 (leuvcrneu,
Heibart Alberrfcria M^Tttu. Albeed.i I
Annabel Trllar. Catherine I.enle
WiUlaan PadncK, Mavi.<-.< I
ii". ANTIGI'A
Group Cap* ItusSaet
DrparlurraB> B I \ I
torn. faUMlBAD
Hr aXtaart araatt. Mr
aaaar, Una Carsnan Tucker Mr liaftar
facawd. Mr Baail llruoAa M..
nibaon. Mlb* llci Matr Itaaw PuMon. Mati John
i:.-rrs M.U tM\,d Vidjian Mr WooaV
any. W,Cand>
Mr. NlehoUa* Dsbsm
Mist Jane Baker.
IUH Iklsln UB
Matr I'elar Coakaa. Mr Halwi i..ii
rtr. Oervaaa Caaaon.. lln
Mr. Nonrl* Law. Mua. Aaanath Beeklea.
dra Aln^ arklaa, Mr Slanley War**;.
tr CimteMUe Lawla. Mr* *Mvaiia LeVat.
Raarnaid I
Matr l
dr. WUi
I .il \\ hi,| 4
UkM Bdwtliu' lUyne*. M-U Osiii
BHSfkM
till MIAMI
Mr. Kenneth UuiiitC Mr Al-n Ho.lc-
ii. Mf Rana Oaidwall
Doo'l Tell i uur Krianda
Toll Iho Adv .....1.
The Advocul* Paya
For Na
Dial 3113
Day or Bajhi
thing re-ul.vjd.
rtan front lln* again got
going and had the bail in their
area, but P Hutehlruon
void what looked
like anotlier goal a* Bni
i .'
to taltf a shot
Ooad Attempt

righting gamely to daervt.se this
lead and made another good
I ttempt to score Marshall on the
left wing after receiving '
shot which Harris derlc
the bar. Nothing hov
suited from the comer Hch
tot satisfied with dmr
I another raid on
toal and from an
accurate centre b> Chase on tha
left wing, fvrlyn headed goal-
wards, but King pushed the ball
over the bar
Span^in again made another
raid ana] tnm a melee Haynes
scored to give Spartan their fourth
goal
ktfl against
rllon Ijifll (ought for a
goal and from a pan ay Lucas,
H Hut.hiiuon sent in a grounder
\<.l<:.r. Harris had no difficulty in
saving
The game endel shor.ly after-
wards wttn Spaitan winners by
four goals to loa -
I Tha referee was S'i ,1 Attrldjl
I-while the linesnwn were Mr
D W Sarar-i and Mr F ld*vds
The (earns were as follows '
Czechs Make
Sport
PRAGUE. April 6
Cap.'ain Emil Zatopek. Olympic
10,000 metre? champion, is among
SO leading Creehoslovak sports-
men, who today said they would
not take par: in aparts contests
*'ith the wof* Also inelualeal in
the group are Miss Dagmar Lear-
chova, whw recently competed in
tha world figure skating cham-
pionships in London, and J. Cejp.
tha Soccer International They
gave as the reason for their de-
iSslon that sport In the West H
nisiuwd for business purposes A
statement, signed by the 30 ath-
letes, said. "The methods of west-
em sport are alien to us as we
are at orientating our Dort in a
different direction." Reuter
John Players
Is Dead
LONDON. April o
John Dane Players tobacco
magnate, w!iose slognr.
Please" persuaded smokers to ask
for his cigarettes, died I
tlngham home to-day at the age of
Y ha and his
brother O W. Player tffaetad the
huj(i> tobacco firm of John Player
i I Sol which thrir father de-
veloped from a small tobaccj
buMtu-s* founded In 1WR
Modern NaMn-fcam grew ut>
rotmd the huge PTa>-er f I
Rewler.
Colonist II
Beaten
SALISBURY. WILTSHIRE.
April 6.
Mr Winston Churchill and his
farnih taw nil French-bied race-
horse. Colonist II beaten in the
Itrawburj Spring Handicap run
over one mile here to-day. Colon-
tsv winner of three of his six
racea since arriving in England
laat summer, attempted to make
All the running but was collared
a furlong from home, finishing
fourth behind six to one chanc*-
Eulogy, owned by Mr. O. Cooper,
a Portsmouth butcher
Chrystal link, a 20 to one shot
was second two lengths behind
Eulogy with nine to four favourite
Signalman half a length away
Hum OoJOnJal taited second
favourite at seven to two. Nine
ran.
SACRED SONO- 'There it a Green Hill
Far Awa> -Charle. Gounad
ll'RSVM CODA "Lift up Tour Hearta"
-Sir Edward Clear
CClPBRE Ave Maria Schubert
MARCHl". PUSaRE- Beethoven Ma I
in "B Minor' -art Godfre\
PINALa-Icerpt. from the CrvacJlKm
John Stainer
Ui The Mv*ter> o( tha interceaaion
Tha Myalery of Divine Humiliation
. Ail tor Je*u*
Gad tare lae Rial.
Relelewt. S30 am Mr D'Arcy Scott
fUah Hall UM a Rev R. McCvil-
kaaajh.
Speiihiaiewa: 11 am Rev P Lawrence
rlhel 11 am Rev B Craeby 1 pm
The Way of the Crow" aa recorded in
the Scriptures and the Hymn Bank
llalktIlk S a i Rev B Croaby
R'lni.ni It am Rev K J Payne
IB DUIrlct t a m Mr T Calleiu
Praide'- II am Mr E Browne
Ml: 11 i
. Mr. C. Jonea.
B.B.C. Programmes
i-d... .pen t. itta
T t a m The Sew-. T 1C a m Near*
Analyst*. ] II an Thma on These
r a m Prom the Third Pro-
t Se a m intarhide. 0 m
rad*., IS Lnndw- I ICAI
ra. > am Cloae Doan.
i New*. IS W p
p,m PToasrarnrne Parade.
IS IS p m rncertud*. II P '" Good
F.->daa- Service. I p m Ttw Deaair
Corrtlniae.. Illpi Radar, tewsreel. t.Sfl
p m htnpaaor>y of SSrtrajai. 1 p m
T>e Sews. X IV p m Home Saws Prom
Bntaari, ; IS p m Sports Rt->'-w IX
p m Ttrf jaory NfjroW. J OS p m I
Bach 4 oa p -ii The Trnrt, 4 11pm The
Dairy tar, tee 4 !! p m Nltrrla aS the
OfMaa S to p m Carroll Call- the Tuna. |
Proe^rruTw Parade, i as p. m [
Third PTodi-arnrre. S St pm.
I.itaalvade CO p in New Record! 3 4* |
-Je i T II p m Sew a AnajyaM. J Upa
> m Onrheairal Mu.*t T 00 p m. TB#
We-rt Indian Diary. T 49 p m Dance
. a* p m Radio Sewwel. I 15 ,
Orertaawal Muaic. I p m Good
i Sarvlce. 9 0 p m Trir Nn-i.
'Ilpm Horn* Sears Prom Britain, t IS
i- ti The Debate Contlnnea. S M p m ,
Take II Prom Here. 10 00 p m Tha I
lechnioue of Acting. 10 30 p.m Muuc
NUeuine. 10 a p m World Affair-. 11 00
Tl.e Neat.
taterdai, April . itst
I a m. Tha News, 7 10 a m News
U a in Accordeon Intarlude.
- at am Generally SpeaktnR. ? Sa a.m. .
Intarlude. B 00 a m Prom The Catnodels.
10 m.tn Proasarnme paiaar. t 1A a.m.
John Bid I. Band. Ill im Colonial
vjiarsttetia, 00 am. Cleat Dowi. 11 i>i
p m Tha Mawa. 11 10 p.n. Sews Anal>-
13 IS p rr, HudaSjarafleld Town Derby
Caunty. II i* pm Meet The Common
Jumps From
Eiffel Tower
PARIS. April g.
A woman leaped 1.000 feet to
her death from the third platform
of the Eiffel Tower here today
Papers found on her body bore
the name of Madame Galantlcr.
antique dealer, and a Paris
Reuter
INI CITATION slMT
- Easier ftaaday)
RridariesvB t *etral: II am Holln
Meetlruf 1 p in Easter Programme. 7 p
Salvation Mee'ina Conducted bv Ma
A t Mnffeit nrvwiarsat Co-nrrjinsSat'
WrthaiMn Htraet u a.m. Holiness
Meeti..a J p m Company MaaaMW. 7 p.n
Salvat*n Meeflnf ConducTad by Car
tain and Mrs Brooks i Probation OfRcera
OHtla II am Holmes* Meetin* ]pn
Company Meet ins. 7 p.m Salvation Meet
in* Conducted by Captam V Harm
Divisional Helperi
aetaSMatararsR II am Hohneas Maetirut
I m. Coinpar.v Meetirvc I ^.m. Salva-
oa Maetms CofMluckrd by Malar M
II am. Hollnes> Meeting
i> Mectina 7 pm Sr.'va-
Prracfirr - Ma>Bf Mi"
Pie rn.r
3 p.m Compai
tlon Meetini.
Unas worth
Tear **. 1! d m. Holiness Meet
3 pm. Company Maetirur 7pm Sal
tlon Meeting Preacher: Lieutrwaait
(arltan. 11 am Holiness
pm Company Meeting. 7 p.m. Salvation
Meeting Preacher: Lieutenant Meid
; m The Saw*. |. lo p.m. Ham. Nc
l>um Britain. 15 p.m. Glad To Meal
You. 130 pm. Variety Bandbox. 1M
p.m. SporU Review 4 pm. News 4 It p.i-
rhe Daily service 4 IS p rn. Muaic from
he Moviea i pm Llaaanari' Ckaic* S.1S
!' m. Proajnanane Parade, S. p.ru
Generally Syeukfiv*. JMpra Intarlude
e 00 p m Dance With Me. 7.00 p.m
The News. T 10 p m New* Anauy.j, 7 1'.
The News. 7.as a m Tntet ^
company. o m. -aashe Newaee .
P'-.;.ti Ojrsran u-*i m- CaWMtl
a oo p m. The Met*-*, t 10
' New* Prom BrlUun. t IS p.m
Muaar From The Moviea, \t jdj UBajssaj i itai i r\.-.. .>,, ftmm
rhliuji. 10.4* pjn. WewMly Sports Review
.1 00 p in Tha New.
kffl
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tin (he
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The WeataWe-
TO-DAY
Sun Rlaaa: 5.14 a.m.
Sun SrU. b.10 p.m.
Moon U.l Quarter l Ar
i.
Liahllna 6.10 p.m
iii.ii Waalti 700 am .
p.m.
YFSTERDAY
Rainfall itudruiilon) .! laa
Total for Month lo YraWr-
Bar: 21 Int.
Taantialal* IMax.) HI T
Taaaaaratare iMIn.l 7." s I
Kin* dlrrrlion { a.aa. I
3 p.m E
Win* Vrlo.il> 14 mllea per
.. l a i. i 2I.MS
II p.ai.l .'l.HS
asrta*! rlarrla, Haa
logan. Ishmael. chase.
Ilavnr.. Walcoll. Jutuuon. Evelyn
(arltaa: Kinf. Porter. Williams.
r Hulchlnson. clairmenta K
Hulchinson. Warren R HuUhin-
aon. Cozier. Lucaa and Marshall
They'll IX) It livery Time
tVho is this? this mister
co0olecar, who was his &j66y
gome over every iooo mobs or s>
l>\ | 111)111% ll.ll!,)
But what about his own
EMSiNE? WELL.TrtATS SOME-
THING ELSE ASAIN!
/ B^t rvny NOT
-BT WBUL ENOUdH
alone that s what
'ISAY--.T/M JUSTd
OVERWORKED--!
KNOW AS MUCH AS
ANY OF THEM
P\ SAWB0NES>


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