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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Sunday advocate
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Apr. 22, 1983-
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Tuesday.

March 238
1950.



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Bishop Criticises |"
_ Rejection Of
_ Teachers Bill

£ HONBLE THE LORD BISHOP ; gisintive

Council yesterday, criticised the Seo for turn.
down the Education Committee's recommendation for 56

icnal teachers for elementary schools, without first
referring the matter back to the Committee.

tHe said: “I do not question the
competence of the Government’s

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Prices fs

RAVE CENTS
Wear 35.

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Government

‘No Longer In The Clouds’ |

Crivvs Ureed| COUNCIL PASSES
Tc Bring. APPROPRIATION BILL

To Bring
ns OR THE FIRST TIME in several years Hon’ble

D own P rices F J. D. Chandler congratulated the Government
LONDON, March yesterday on Estimates of Revenue and Expendi-

ae Excheau ee ee. ture. Compliments came from Mr. Chandler as the
‘Government's position for Legislative Council discussed and passed the Appro-
priation Bill which authorises the issuing from the

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Financial Advis more money.
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Bombers subject. I do question the corsme A short formal statement iss financial year which will end on March 31 next year.
, > compe or
tence of these advisers to ay atte: the meeting said The Hon’ble Acting Colonial Secretary who moved the
mare the internal néevis of the pein one — ie. second reading of the Bill, and the Hon’ble H. A. Cuke who
Poun tional teac het eles i for addi the Secchecier,. and. the: Presid seconded that motion, both explained why the Government,
fed, and so the present “tna aid ,uf the Board of Trade, Harold \ in the face of problematical world conditions had prepared
o | fact te of lax : , on, this afternoon for perio cautious estimates, and this found favour with Hon'ble
rorists E fiaitee wer) j interview of the economic. sit J. D. Chandler.
er | Che Bishop we speakit ig on the re ~' Mr. Chandler recalled how sev-
ee ‘Education” in the Colonial There was a useful exchange m erely he had criticised the budget
™ Estimates for the curre ; ee views, and it was understood thi ; »resented last year and said that
» ent year dur- ; I Om 7 een OD Same Ue
In Singapore ing the discussion on the Appro- ___ Picture shows a group of the guests who attended the Cocktail Party at Wakefield, British | * further meeting would be hk mi ers the Acting Colonial Secretary had
_ | Priation Bill, Council headquarters last evening, given by Mr. H. Riseley Tucker, British Council representative in ue cous Y admitted: that ‘out of the: three mil-
SINGAPORE, March 27, He said: and Mrs. Tucker. _ There was no indication wheile Chal en es lion dollars which it had been
) The newly arrived four-engined| Mr. President, I wish to make the next meeting would come be- | proposed to spend in last year's
| Lincoln bombers of the Royal Air ‘, tae comments on the sultic | rm m Saat Str SiuToRd’ Cripps | preser pueer only tails = half =
F took off from Singapore this} ° daucation. There are certair oe er T; 4 | his budget in just over three week 4 ttl, ion had actually been spent. In
P ‘morning on their first anti-terror- features of Government's Educ: Ss ruman is $s e Sains | time. | , ee his (Mr. Chandler's) opinion it
ay g *y whic daa t was understood that j ‘ vas wise of the Gover
aan tonal oliey which | cause ne , edtims,umderatoog that TU. C:| LONDON, Mareh, a7, | 4 86 Of oe Son
They carried full loads. note will | +1 oe ; poe | Cuts In Marshall Plan Ito t ike a mon to bring iow a ; — House of Commons to- million during the year 1950-51
The bombers arrived in Malaya| }.... ns say. ti aken of what | e urn = | oe Set ' i . own Con-| day, Sir Waidron Smithers, Con. | ~ ’ en we
} ae Si ave no desire to | 1er prices and curd profits f > y 5
jast week to strengthen the oper-| ij ce h et iE: servative, hallenged Prime enol ‘”
| otions against the guerillas. iy pall Seen Officers; it WASHINGTON, March 27. Bociee | business, : Minister Attlee to say whether | ania dy a: a =
|, Nine special police constables, | which j an COnRMAE tien ving oO W l ( leaders in the House of Representatives today | in alae prrpcnale OF oh eee he really meant business wher ment is no longer floating in the
smising after the terrorist ambush | ous to know on what eehueds ‘the renewed their fight against Republican demands f ‘uts ij pound, t ; cover tases th of rati | See ie WER ae oman clouds, but that it has come
‘on Saturday in the Gua Musan ; ds the W heir Went agains . ck vemanas ror cuts | mG, CO Sues operation As a first step, he suggest« a soli ; e fe
fine of Kelantan State, have = ae. in the draft estimat: N Marshall P nd other foreign aid funds f the nationalised railways, woul Attlee should apply the sai Sonal : its i et
, -| of the Education Department fo) B a 1a . iy ; further force up the cost of living i gh EP ie Standing on its feet, trying to
— to their base with their) 56 additional primary — schoo! | trilee Ose | EFS WRGHOG: HY «Gi aODS:| erted Reuter | th a a sre i ere make the best of a difficult job.”
teachers. was. disallowed, done , Strike ing the | . , : ee al. ap} sident Truman for is r Cabinet, including a Mr. Chandler speaking on some
"inal figures showed that 18] this ite: : Ul port to-d fi SP » R ] S | age of the ful! | ssa Minister John Strachey, as we ithe Haeda-ni pat, ee
m being re eelie tn} aay, were a j | @ of the hea f expenditure pro-
‘men of the Security Force were | the Edueation hoe = a h ordwred’ back | Ut | e } \dr oped 2 civil servants, posed for the new - Sentat year
| killed instead of the 21, earlier re-| ther considerati ti) | WOrk ' CETTHRI 7 istration This brought a rebuke from | promised to suy + +) ead
’ s ion. I know tha trade union lead-| VV INDOW , | ti ly . promised to support the Govern=
"ported dead. Government has not unlimited | ©" i y J - Phe House was debating tl us ream the Speaker (Chairman) Colon ment in its efforts to improve ac-
Two members of the Malaya| funds at its disposal, and I can Me, ke Englart, Comn SAVANNAH CLUB Forel Economie Assistance Act | Douglas Clifton Brown, who saic commodation at the General Hos-
‘Regiment were still missing. ae believe that it is difficult to |Seeretary of the Brisbane “TENNIS ; : es the, i i Marsha || COPENHAGEN, March 27 ae 2 erg - 7 om tg “
' ; batt, . adjust expenditure between dc- | of Waterside Worker YESTERDAY'S RESULI een se Rei Fea, See When the regular poaee n Ce ens Ss ae Mr. Cuke prepared this year his
& Troops and police were combin- | partment and department, I must.| eration told the membe m | Ladies’ Doubles < countrie vould = receive sey aircraft from Ron member usual analysis of the budget for
ing a wide area of the rice grow-| however, register an emphatic | pendin ; — aed ‘ $2,100,000,000 in cash and $1,000 anded safely at K: attr Reuter the benefit embers and it was
area of the Kelantan-Pahang-| protest : art iphatic | Penang an executive decisic X- Mi Gibb 000,000 worth of surplus Unite nal ra . " Jt +} adidion; | Shun
aarwes ahang-| protest against arbitrary cuts in| pecte , I Airport here to-day a little circulated ti rem before the
pborder—scene of Saturday’s bat-| the education vote without any | the ; my “D Siates farm produce. group of Journalists walkec meeting
tle. . | reference to the Education Com- | possibi ak ie - The Bill would also provi silently away. | 3 Year Old Boy Contributing the discussion
’ For 30 minutes the heavy Lin-| mittee. When the estimates were , S E prison sentences indei be anise $100,000,000 economic aid For two months one of apart from the Acting Colonial
4 : 7 ; 1e m t in i th n oubles Korea. $ ¢ . resi - c ’ .
itoln bombers pounded the jungle! considered by that Committee, 5i'! Government Inet ween YO an Bk. Korea, $45,000,000 to launch Pres! the Journalists had been Aceused Of Murder aye | Secretary, Hon'ble H. A. Cuke and
ect concentration. additional teachers for the pri- or nent = week ‘ A Edward dent ees ee roar I oe having the same inadin. CF | Hon'ble J. D Chandler, were
e attack was covered by a! mary schools were not asked f¢ he Australi ( il P, Edghill 10 ‘ gramme for the world’s underdeé that this afternoon’s Rome : Hon’bles G. D. L. Pile, F. C. Hut- f
I a S I as f 1x ‘ ; rO-l x LES a. aii s 5 HES a ane , einer
ee deus the Jungle was sprayed | in order to increase expenditure Trades Unions was ole aoResin CTURE . vel ped reas, $100,000,000 for the machine would crash while a TESHIRE, March at. son, and the Lord Bishop
by machine gun fire— Reuter. They were asked for because they | 22 emergency meeti . B genenal area ‘ ff non-Communist | landing at Copenhagen. to ei ar-old Thomas Anthony The Council will sit again to-
, ‘ 1 nd $27.45 ) s . Loug 8 on rT . s :
i ure badly needed, If the Estimate?| discuss the Government's acti ina 1d $27,450,000 for Pales- | So vivid was the dream us mene : other wept silently day to complete the business on
! Committee reached the conclu- |i invoking the Crimes Act ung Arab refugees and so regularly did it recur tollin ys ‘ ee ae oa ae ne
: sion that the proposed educatior The Crimes Act gives far-reach- Dave : that he felt there might | Oday as ner DOy was accused Oi , :
* n ucat | Act gives far-react 2D »duce 8 x 2 or of Pe Bar bine | Y nas Xs
ild Character vote was too high, I Submit that j ing emergency powers to the Gov- . e . "fhe Be Reduced ei \ something in it. He collected me oo of Peter Evans, 10 ) Greet Care
: it would have been wiser to have ; ernment, including the right ML g . sion Oh a hal Oe Be ed a Fee Tepe wns OCG By, E : - Bee } I j
referred it back to the Educ immediate arrest, banning of meet ee ty, Veneers had the. rr os just in case. But the Rome vans’ body was found in Moving the second reading of
In Schoo! tion Committee with a note th ings and the death penalty for| hall Plan, had requested $3,200 machine landed safely. |} field near a local football ground | the Bill, the Acting Colonial Secre- |
f - it be reduced by so much, and treason | eee || 100,000 in cash for Europe, buy a —Reuter ;}; carly on Sunday morning He | tary said
: ALICE have allowed’ the Fx ition 1 ba Government's action. , a | House Committee cut this figure | || ad died from extensive heai; I find myself this year in
=, Committee to make the necessa | te ae : ree Journalist . $1,000,000,000 cash, and sub-| njuries | unusual position for the Govern-
- ) ounter € OCKE Ss titat t} ar .
} adjustments. 1) ‘ ° i. itute ve surplus farm produce. | Detective Inspector Roger ment spokesman movir t
(Barbados Advocate Correspondent) | ne oh . Administratic eader th ’ ° re id that whe as f te
‘dei p> | arn 6 ‘ ‘ 1€é / ald that when he asked Lou Annual Estimates. He
PORT-OF-SPAIN, March 26 | : Internal SHORE ee vee i: or 20-Da {ouse met heavy opposition to tl Churchill Will lin if he could tell him anythir iced with the task of pursuadit
-, Saath. purtiose. for - school], 2° mot duesiion the: compe- | one point thal - ol ze of the Aid Bill from rge | | ibout the murdered boy the Council of the desi: lity or
lucation is not g _| tence of the Government Ir elsewhere. —Reuter. tepublican economy bloc when U ‘ne 9 7 . repli Yes 1 sine. veel remit f new ‘ J
tions but building = 7 xamina~ cial Advisers on their ov | Study | Bill is first debated in the Hot Crilicise Foreign co = t. es, T hit him wit area gf 0 ; e chemes 1M
£ up charé , bad ; shail tha i s Ms - . Or e ces or iditic i pen ure
Mid learning to be good citizens ny Ae ao ms stion the competen } , ist Frid The Republicans were Loughlin was remanded until | of one kind ot oe "y T his os +s
This was what Pr Vatcce: tion ese aavisers to say Wh | ‘ ) supported ome Democrats > ° ril ¢ . : : 3
; e at Princess Alice] the internal needs the scl | KI] hi; t R oUc iad ~Reuter he Government is asking for
% oer al 1 is of ( | fepresentat Jacob Jaci wo - ‘ 7
vad a of St. Joseph Covent,| The proposal fo \ddition ep an IN FRANCE me I lies F her a Nees Yor 2 | | authority to do little more than
ort-of-Spain, when she visi achers has. ; . [Sameer oor es LON arch 27 carry on sting vice sf
, » visited| teachers has been illower ‘ PARIS. Ma urin ted debate. declare: . JONDON, March 27 ! n existin I es as far
them yesterday, and so the present un sfactory | Killed Bov Brazilia as 1 os re fd 3 1S Dau : e ae + on : he first Foreign Affairs debat Bar Refugees ( ible heir resent level
“My Caribbean t } state of large and: usmnanngen ? i rom Bassi Ait sf ft must be 1 tinued = the. mo OF Parliament will be Opene EF S i tl Ze y's ult, the . ‘in the
é our has con-| classes remains. An adequate sup ) “Ne iene a /e ; i : tomorrow by the Oppositio: rom ovie body lt, the re th
: . . $hMe «4 ‘ Aa ‘ | “i 20-day idy tou France effect : veapon against Com- } , . c te Lone ra
“ me that the people of the] ply of trained teachers is my FLORDIA, March 27 cea: faiarcs saa fe feo ie | i be leader, Winston Churchill, who i t abstracts of revenue and expen-
tent West Indian islands are| essential and is more important The Florida State Attorne mig Of the 36 porter 1 ager 5 expected to concentrate on th BONN, March diture do not give very clear
despite th , / ome of the important daily paper Breakdown ’ ;
P heir minor peculiarities| than buildings. If the Government | today began an investigation int: . acre ; , German Problem and the Coun- rl West German Parliament| Picture, and great care is necessary
is in th ; . 8 ‘ of Rio de Janeiro have been invit-| Mr. Jacits said that it had beer . }
in the main one people”. She| is content to allow its financial] the death of five year old| oq py the French Commissariat of SOCe weee le eS | cil of Europe. oter ay to xclude ali; before they can be used for
felt that the University College| @dvisers to determine importani| Edward Schooley WHO WAS! doitem ty visit Franck The Hf <4 e timated that if the United According to present arrange- | 'efugees coming from the Sovier; Poses of comparison. I am_ no
of the West Indies of which she| ®@ucational questions of this kina | trampled to death by a circus! ctay ae oe ot Nee iy Kir OOM SOC uld, because of ae ments, Foreign Secretary Ernest | Z0ne except those whose lives o1 | going to burden Honourable Mem-
Chancel] then there is no need for the Edt elephant here yesterday wey © Uple : 1 ays n ‘ aris national breakdown, be compe Oc 3evin will wind up the debate personal freedom we ‘ ‘ bers wi ‘ v0 25
or would not only 1 ’ p : j efore coming to central Francelto ‘relinauish ‘. Larninticn ; L vas in acute} th a string of figures, but
Stve to strengthen the bond be-} C2U0 Committee, and I am noi} Arthur Concello Genera + thes Mieeniali: tasvias See ae rn 7 be at fart , fie rnationa:) for the Government langer or who had had eavo!I think the Council will like to
. » Sn + 7 ; . | ( i n niviera Le B Y rticula 1 ori V » ones 6
| tween the islands but also to o err prepared to waste time serving | Manager of the circus, ’ a5 th % # a E ye mp ae : Dth bed His speech would in this case, for “other compelling reasons.” have some idea how the esti-
fyes of the students = 7 m it. Money spent on education | understood the boy, whi —— } tha ee te ot 1a parts tec be a reply to points raised Reuter. @ on page 5 d
latger- world around then 0 4] is money well spent, but there| been feeding peanuts to : i a id re. an Poe a hy “others rather than a review
arou them must be wisdom in the spending | ejephants, ducked under th Ingrid Bergman : _ ose yo ry be - 44-000. Foreign Policy in general
A garden party was held at here -_ ve of “7 ae peer | guard rope to pick up some pea- 5 lneaann ; a ae es Anthony Eden, Wartime For
ve : at) given long and careful study-tc| juts he he : . rue . woe eign Secretary, will speak fi
ce, House this afternoon} educational questions, and wh a te ee ‘eters be- For Riviera Leon Gavin (Republican) sai the Comesmminiitn Geom oy
f ver 1,000 people attended. do not lack either the knowledge ra eciind: “Hike. a “eciggee «et | thet Europe had been put bac Me. Wevin’s tatention ‘
ana yO " | Cé 2 excite Ke a GOR W ‘TN " , _ Oe i . tT ‘ \ § :
eects y Cable) @ on page 3 | someone takes a bone away from| ‘rials ane Cae. fare e2 7 any its feet by the United State’) »oserving himself until the clos
ne wind e swedisn him Star, ngri 1a ‘ of the debate will be che se
hi it Reuter Bergman, and the | n film di- “Tt essential ‘hat the Europear nly f Mr eeenaliins’ —— .
¢ | ie ector, Robs R issed| Recovery Programme should b¢ ee Ney : - F
| et ae | B calls for : i wry es
inese Communists } cough Genoa to-day n their| sealed down to a level the United alls for an immediate mon
R d k } TWO PRIESTS to the Italian Riviera. | States can support,” he said —EOEEE
a J r | . vere believed to be head- ‘ : ;
e oO Hit Bae f | ; Getting Nothing
ng for Imperia along the Riviera |
y IMPRISONED vast Democrats cheered when Rep- Rus: a Walks Out
HONG KONG, March 26. ia saat Se tossellini told reporters after a ResemttOn, that the ort eee ; ; SPECIAL OFFER
The Chinese Con sady to hit back at | ae aleradl is st on the Riviera SRY Ta | ae getting, nevteinen ten the Sie O H i
the air base ymunists are now ready to hit back ¢ Two Polish priests, allegedly) nN on a film, starring Miss| was getting novaing for the money n uman Rights
Shanch ases from which the Nationalists have bombed | members of an underground plot rgman, about “Life on the »\she provided under the Marshal TO CUSTOMERS
ser ighal and blockaded the Yangtse River, Western ob-|to murder and rob, have beer The § sh nd I Plan LAKE SUCCESS, March 27
‘vers here b ant t 1 for nine and eight ‘ He declared England was the | Russia to-da extended {
nid e believe. sent to prison for nine an ig i velle ilone } - g} f t ay xtendec i
4 *' The Communists have trained} years respec tively at Rzeszow Their i Renat Rossellini, | country that filled the breach in| boycott of the United Natio: . WwW. Vv.
in airforce “wit! Russian help the Polish Press agency reports t th ther the | uw. Her cities took the | organisations by walking out
Martial Law | and tockiriinl, advice, according | tonight. The alleged leade e Italian director id Mi Germat or her ‘hip he Commission on Human Right AVAILABLE ONLY IN RESPECT
h z ‘ * ciszek Bozek f ind hi if had no plar fough the ubmarine 1} over the Chine epresentatio: ' T WAQra ai p
2 servers think; the gang, Fran Cr Ooze I elf h no } nese rej enta OF »U f I / i . ’
te pepeats, ‘ak ere ane ‘6. years : eddins | Atlantic aman - I R¢ HASES MADE FROM
. ye they wi ae aes, 4. | —Reuter Neuter, | We cannot afford to hely QOPAY AND NOT LATE
n ' Nationalists Chusan islands | n Brit The Soviet Delegate Mr. Sn THAN 31ST MARCH
. ie c acks | britalt 8oviel sCBar omyon , Al ae MARC 1950
| Base, ae ey for the attacks “Otherwise we will stand alone | Tsarajkin left the table afte: :
CALCUTT h 97 | against Shangnal. t e ‘ e and wait for the Russian planes | following the now familiar pat- | . ,
Martial A, March 27 | Nationalist sources assert tha h I I ‘ te oe tom bombs.” ern of sing the exclus | Twenty-five beautiful British Aluminium
al law é iia baal ‘ 7: ‘h a l oO ains ring the atom bombs n of proposing the exclusion » e , ’ , '
Night just aa was Gomaed to-|the new Communist airforce | ars Aid vo Britain wage “matter o! | the Chinese delegate Waiters—-Golden Colour with beautiful
Sturbances. 7 Ree, after) includes Soviet - ey destroyer elf-preservation”, he said. His proposal was ruled out o picture of a famous South African home-
learneg tha’ the vas officially } planes and claim they destroyec | —Reuter. order by the Chairman, Mr stead will be distributed gratis, one to
Overnment re West Bengal; seven in a raid on Shangha\’ i | Eleanor Roosevelt (United States) each. of -25 c “in h
@ ar decided to declare] Lunghwa Airfield last Wednes- | er en ‘o c alin. the Chinees stationed ich of 25 customers who to obtain one
sit a under martial law “as| day, | aint a on mathe a ‘ tray or waiter must each produce a bona ;
stuatio lin ond aelegate was appointed ice ie iia 4) ales oa
fF and Weontinued to deter Independent eee BELGRADE, Mare | FLYING SAUCER? President of the Commission or fide cash or eredit bill, certified by the
Wuthoriticy Was out of the civil; these reports is lacking, but a8 1 4 waren % Human Rights principals of the liquor business, from
os) Control”. Martial law! Western observers believe in-| Latest Yugoslav General Elections show that Mia arshal | ¢ } which obtained, for : rchase of K.W.V }
in force : 1 : a > s ac ; F ; —Reuter. ain 4 a purenase 0 0 Wie Vi }
Teturn to ion until conditions | creasing Russian help and advic Nito gained not less than 99 per cent of the ites cast in ADDIS ABABA, March 27 | Wines io the value of. not le thas i
0 t | ; ; ‘xcited E : od i Bs alue ) oss an |
mal. is available to the Communist five out the six constituencies in which he is standing| . Excited Ethiopians flocked into FIVE DOLLARS ‘
—Reuter Ph vera 0 : 1D ‘ ‘ { | the streets of their capital here to- , — .
Government. Nat a , Peoples’ Front candidate for the Fede ral Council. | day to look. at wilat- spocasall Ro a ™
‘hines ationalis OF . : ate Cot j < ) 100K & at é . , OF Ww wu
Se eecies neve aoe e second landing 0! His score wa ri es ware ; | CAT in flying saucer“, but there Was Gubitchev Not } As only 25 K W V_ customers can bene- ‘
ave : . ¢ T mati 99 ; a ; : : ; ; . om 4h -
P ae ~ the mainland coast north of | 994 per cent VDaimatia , Ljubljana, Capiti Se te Silos ’ | this difference, it was stationary ’ | fit we reserve the right to exclude those
romising my Sungmen south of Shanghai,)cent, Sxo} pre” Pee : 8 See aan | a | for four hours To Go Ashore | customers who produce bills to us after
according to usually reliable | Drivar in Bosnia 99.1 pé en KC idate reat = No explanation of the pheno- y | the distribution of 25 waiters has been
ah _, JORONTO, March, sources here tonight an in Titograd Vontenegt ( ‘ou ; 1€| menon © far forthcoming. LONDON, March 27 made
“Nhada’s » j 2 details were | Mar { eh oficial list of cat te } —Reuter. A Russian Embassy official wil
Priy rench - Gaadian| No further : 7 ;
Lau, Ministe r, Mr. Louis St.| immediately available 99.8 r Council ” | board the Polish liner “Battory ‘ j
meee aid to-day that. the free “Rept rts also current here tha 2 for 31 | vhen she docks at Southampto: | Here is an opportunity to own a@ lovely :
fi ay a > 2 sports ais . '? r 2 t i
td might find in Canada’s dual| the Communists had landed eni here Tits ” ss | Radium Capsule omorrow and visit Valentine} waiter and at the same time to enjoy
li Sneh natianatite 4, ain slant ‘ t te y . Gubitchev, 33-year-old R
for yin tench nationality the key| small force on Hainan Is ' | , y ussian |
timate aoa : > od > q Nationalist Marst j near the il | ” engineer, deported from the
War , ictory in the cold] were confirmed by 4 ? The Mé | Found In Dum U 3
» ch said ‘ tine ke } Jnited States after being convicted | o* .
" sir e mmunique which sai ‘ 1ESE 4 Hetin c | ni é ing convicted :
tating peace and harmony be-| Nationalist aircraft had straffes thre WEST GERMANY oa gl j of Spying for Russia.
t hatte I art i} -| Nationalst wee ; the } “ urta I _ ai.} ‘. : ™
10 an only come} 300 Communist the ands \ capsule containing 90 millio—| Gubitchey will not be allowed| Bills to be produced to Hull @ Son, Rigmas ned
the development} north-west area © cb fist oop ie rammes of radium worth 10,000 | ashore at Southampton. He will tions Ltd. New Building, Roam 302 who F’
thon of the| Chine ane alert F ' ote warks which Was lost in the|remain in the liner, uhtil she| will issue Delivery. Orders to R. M. Jones 1p
ind of partnership | seiz ; ” a eS linie a week ago Was docks at the Polish port of Gdynia. | & Co, Ltd., K.W.V. Distributors. ey
eve « ped between | st ver : an : : a : | A former United Nations| me
here Can-| N be th , . ad vas located | engineer, Gubitchev was originally | yi
7 te sump e th entenced in the United States t K. Ww. V. tf
it | k wis ’ * % te
pe ee ee Steen ae | | TABLE WINES, PORTS, SHERRIES,
1€ g € lertakins forfeit is ht
' / “=
il € aid j , I ent im al and leave America never !
, rated behind the C ! | Seen ppeal an | VERMOUTHS, BRANDY.
“a , wae ~~ — Reuter rnme é @ on page —Reuter ~Reuter 'y 7







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Carh Calling

H* EXCELLENCY the Gov-
ernor and Mrs. Savage ac-
companied by Mr. W. Lamber?’
were at Kensington yesterday af-
ternoon to see the Sp irtan—Har
Y 2 College Football Match
which they watched from the
George Challenor Scand

Repeat Performance
Monat y BROMOVA tells me
that by special request of the
y people who were unable tv
ee her Dance & 41 which took

place. at the Snpire Theatre o
T jay, she has decided to have
a repea’ performance on Friday,
8lst March, at 8.30 p.m.

The Booking Office opens on
Thursday.

Engaged
T a Cockiail Party held at
“Hazel Cot,” Hindsbury Road,
on March 22nd, the engagement

Was announced between Mr. Ev-
erton Weekes, International crick-
eter, and Miss Joan Manning, sec-
ond daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Colin Manning of “Hazel Cot,’

sasbury Road.

Returns to Vancouver
Vi‘ inv STULL, head of
4 I.C.A. for the Western Di-
Vasiun in all the western ierritory,
west of Winnipeg—has at last re-
turned home to Vancouver after
a prolonged stay at “Cacrabank.”

fwendy-seven years ago Mr

Stull was flying, and has been for

tweive years with T.C.A.

His experiences include flying
over tne wildest parts of Alaske,
and the most northern unknown
wastes of Canada and his life
reads like a book.

Matter of Hats
HE grandson and great grand-
son of a well known hat man
ufacturing firm in Canada, have
been staying at “Cacrabank” on

their way back to Canada
Mr. J M. Shuttleworth’s
grandfather went to Luton, Bed-
fordshire, England (the famous
hat making centre) and brought
out vo London, Ontario, three
whole families and settled them
in Canada, to start a hat making
businegs, which has now become
one of the most well known
These vhree families are still with
them, and they are still making
ts. Mr. Shuttleworth hopes t

bring his other two chi ildren and

fe ou for a holiday a: well as

“Jame Junior,” who was ith
this trip.

trinidad Carnival
ror London

island has become fa-
be neld in London in

Club “77,” a social and cultural
nstituvion f West Incians in this
country, are to organise the car-
nival wh will be held at the

Porchester Hotel,

icDonald Bailey, the Trinidad
Olympic sprinter, is President o/
whe Club. He succeeded the Ja-
maican Olympic Champion,
Arthur Wint, about two months
age

eek M uid that every
ld be made to capture
rue carnivat atmosphere.

going to appeal for
umes from Trinidad,”



he added

After Two Years

M®*® PHILIP WILKIE, after
4 two years in Venezuela

where he worked at Lagunillas,
Maracaibo, returned home yester-
day by B.W.I.A., to spend about
one month’s holiday with his pa-
rents, Mr. and Mrs, E. G. Wilkie
in Black Rock





POCKET CARTOON
by OSBERT LANCASTER

Besides Collecting Vegrees
ee entering cuwm rs in Lon-

aon is Davia Coore from Ja-

maica. David took his bar finais
at the end o: ly¢¥. Previously he
was at Oxford and McGill Univer-
sities, where he obtained three
degrees. He married last year

Trinidadian girl named Rita, wh«
is a music student. Besides col-
lecting degrees this budding Ja-
maican lawyer is very interested
in cricket and is looking forward
to the visit of the West Indians
this summer

Another Son

O* interest to everyone will be

the news that Geoffrey de

Freitas, new Under-Secretary of
Siate at the Home Office and his
wife have another son, The child

as born last week at their home

in Loughton, Essex. He is called
Patrick, weighs 942 lbs. Like his
two brothers, he will be christen-
ed in the House of COmmons crypt.
Mr. de_ Freitas’s
Moore, lives in Barbados and so
does Lady de Freitas, his mother.
His father the lee Sir Anthony
de Freitas, was formerly Chief
Justice of British Guiana

sister, Mrs.



Inspiration

NHORTLY to be published in
S

London by Nicholson and

Watson's is “Caribbean Circuit,”
i book of travel and reminiscen-
ces by Sir Harry Luke.

The author, a former Governor

of Malta, was Chief Representa
tive of the British Council in the

FULL -SCALE Trinidad car- Caribbean from 1943 to 1946
A , typical of those tor Much of the book is devoted vo
talking about personslities whom
Sir Harry met in the West Indies
Sir Harry spent a lot of his time
at Sam Lords, where lois of writ-
ers find inspiration.

Left for Caracas

N the Paradise Beach Club for

ten days were Comdr. and

Mrs. Charles Hartigan, Americans
now living in Caracas, Venezuela.
Comdr. Hartigan used \'o be in the
U.S. Navy. Another couple re-
turning to La Guaira yesterday
on the same ’plane by which
the Hartigans travelled were Mr.
and Mr i Corso, who were
paying Barbados their first visit
They were guesis at the Marine
Hotel

Left On Sunday

Me me Mrs. Oscar Mottley,
o 3oston, Mass., left on
Sunday a B.W.1.A. en route vo
the U.S.A., after spending two

months’ holiday with his family

at Holigan Road, Bank Hall. Sor-
ry to leave so soon, they have en-
joyed the holiday immensely

BY THE WAY »

HENEVER I hear someone

say “He never seems abie to
ago the right thing,” I think of

Peploe, who tried to cross the

Sahara in a sleigh drawn by
dogs.

Whenever he thought camels
were after him, he would throw
them a dog to delay them, turn-
ing im his seat and gazing
anxiously back as they do in the
films wien pursued by wolves.
He lived’on pemmican, and when
he came to his first oasis he looked
for iceBe@fgs and icefloes. Seeing
none, hewwrote home: “The long
Arctic night is over, dear Mother,
and your son will soon have bear's
meat to eat instead of pelican.”
His mother took the letter to the
curate, and said, “What the devil

the boy talking about?” The

curate sent the letter t the

Bishop, who said to his secretary
“Some crazy woman who think
her son is at an oasis in the Arctic,
with a pelican, Pop over to
Chudwell and see what it’s all
about.”

A Confused Situation

O THE secretary called on Mrs
People . . “My dear lady,




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there are no pelicans in the
desert, and no bears, and what
would he be doing with a sleigh
in such a place?” “That's what
I'm asking you,” retorted the
vidow savagely You must have
got it wrong, Sald the secretary
“I must have got it wrong?’
roared the stricken mother It’s
not I that’s doing all this It's
my boy. Do I look as if I was
eating pelicans under a date-
palm?” By the ‘time the secre-
tary got home he was convinced
that the poor lady was mad, and
told the Bishop so “Halluci-
nations,” said the Bishop. “She
Said she wasn’t eating pelicans
under a date + palm? Poor
woman,” And that is why, when
Peploe got to Waran, a letter from
the curate told him that the
Bishop secretary was convinced
that his mother thought she was
crossing the Arctic on a came!
“One of us is crazy,” said young
Peploe. “It must be Ma.”

Missing The Moon

“THE LAST of the hay had been

thrown out to lighten the
rocket, but still that perverse



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Intransit

RS. F. A. SEAFORD and her
small daughier who or on
their way to England on lorg
leave are guests at “Cacrabank .’
Mr. Seaford is an engineer fo
Bookers in British Guiana and
holds the post of Assistant Tech-
nical Adviser. Their small daugh-
ter, Peva, thinks the bathing here

is “just wonderful.”

Spent Nearly Three Weeks

FTER spending nearly thre

weeks’ holiday with the
Barnards in St. Vincent, Miss
Cecily Warren returned home via
Grenada yesterday by B.W.LA.
Arrivals from Grenada yesterday
were Col. K. Dennis and Col. K.
Stewart, both now revired and liv-
ing in Grenada. They are staying
at the Marine Hotel

Left Last Week

© continue her studies in the

United States is Miss Daphne
Thorne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
C. S. Thorne of Culloden Road,
who left by air last week.

Overloaded

{* is getting so that driving

in the country districts dur-
ing crop time is driving at the
risk of your life. Lorries with
trailers, attached which are hope-
lessly overloaded, are tearing
around the country side, taking

dangerous bends at break-neck |

speed, the drivers, regardless of
their own or anyone else’s life

Flew For The First Time |
R. AND HARVEY SMITH left|

yesterday for Grenada by
B.W.I.A. This is the first time
they had ever travelled by air,
and it was hard to decide whether

they were looking forward to the}

trip or not.
Mr. Smith, who is a retired

Post Office Regional Engineer has'

gone to Grenada for discussions
with both Governments of the

Windward and Leeward Islands, |

concerning internal communica-
tions.

They arrived here recently on
the ‘Golfito’ and have been staying
at the Hastings Hotel.

Mr. A. G. L. Douglas, Div s-'
ional Manager Cable and Wireless }
(W.1I.) Ltd., was at Seawell to;

see them off.

Returned To Grenada

RS. MARJORIE EVANS and
her baby son George
Anthony, who have been spending
three weeks at Harmony Hall,
returned to Grenada yesterday by
B.W.1.A., as also did Mrs
Maurice Harbin and her daughter
Rita, who spent exactly one week
at the Hotel Royal, instead of two
as they had planned when Carib
saw them on their arrival last
week.

Rented A Car

R. JOHN S. GROENE, who is

in the Insurance Business in
Caracas and has lived there for
fourteen months returned on Sat-
urday with his wife to Venezuela
by B.W.LA. During their two
weeks here, they rented a smal)
car and thoroughly toured the
island. They were staying av the
Paradise Beach Club,

After One Week
URGEON at Grenada’s Colon)
Hospital, Dr. Gordon Page
and Mrs. Page returned b)
B.W.I1.A. yesterday, after spend
ing one week at the Crane Hous
Club.



BEACHCOMBER

gadget continued to lose heigh
The night was dark. By thc
sage’s reckoning they were some
where over the West of Eng
land. He and Professor Range:
were discussing ways and means,
and not many of either, when
there was a crash and a jolt, By
a slithering of tiles, Strabismu
judged that they had come t
rest on a roof. He was mor
sure of this when a _ chimné,
toppled sideways and fel] into a
yard. The scientists sat wher
they were for a moment, to tak
stock of the situation. . The
din had awakened night- -watch
man Ernest Fafuage, guardian o
one of those secret places whe!
our new weapons of destruction
are being prepared. What pu:
zled Fafuage was how anybody
could have got through ti
quadruple lines of twelve—to
high barbed wire. Rubbing, hi
eyes, he staggered into the yi ard
where he fell over the wreckage
of the chimney. And _ there,
straddling the roof of the largest
laboratory was what he at first
took to be a helicoptor, Fafuag:
dashed to the telephone, and i
two minutes the fire brigade an
the police were on the way.

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break—because today she is on®

Doris recently compiled a home
safety guide which she hopes 11
might save some youngster from i
injury. Nurses at the children’s
hospital helped her line up the
“day’s dozen don’ts,” which she
first put into practice on her own
eight-year-old son, Terry, a 12.
freckle-faced tow-head who looks kept unloaded or locked up. "
a lot like his famous mother

Here are Doris’ rules; which have injured or killed a child
> star of “Young Man With a Doris added:
hopes to put in every “Three seconds can
home in America where there moments
children: a child.”—LN,S.

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HOLLYWOOD. The

Doris Day, who portrays glit- ¢hild won't.
tery glamour gals on the screen
but who is a devoted mother in 2.
private life, today launched a of
-woman crusade to save the cooking utensils toward the back
lives of children throughout the of the stove.
nation. 3.

The blonde singing star spends
much of her spare time at the files,
Los Angeles Children’s Hospital Teach older children
entertaining injured and ill never i
youngsters, buying them presents ments, carrying points away fron
and helping out as an unofficial
nurse

Her campaign to save _ kids’ 4.
lives really started last Christmas

car.

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“
ROSEMARY LANE : DONALD CRISP : HARV.

N EY STEVENS
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a bath, even for 0S. Picture

soap may float

Keep scalding

implements
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JUNGLE THRILLS!

e are usually em-
ployed by the devil.

them. 10. However soothing it upsets the

y hre—from a ’
candle to fireplace—is danger-us
Supervise
Keep matches and lighters out c!
reach.
5.

last case is still being read.
Padua that ts in
What, nowadays, you seldom see
This and less will make a thing
absolutely clean.

- Send quite differently.
. Sums up and concludes speech.

Lock the medicine cabinet

Shocked Keep poisons, ici
“It was a shock to me,” Doris Paste,
explained. “I was appalled by reach. ; ?
terrible injuries inflicted on before discarding.
children which a moment of
thoughtfulness by adults might
have prevented.

“Safety is a child’s heritage,”
insisted the beauteous Warner
Brothers star. “Three seconds to
safeguard against hazard will
prevent most injuries.

Doris, a former Cincinnati

cutie, started out to be a dancer ; ; :
She broke her leg, and while Teach your child to swim by the
time he is six.

lye and kerosene out
Empty medicine . The gate to Yorkshire.
Many a naughty boy ae Sut ot
this by apres, into it.

6.
kitchen sink.
for lye, soaps and poisons.
Careful about backing your
Take junior i
while you back out of a driveway
doors while

You want this
enlarge a pupil's prospect.
3. One of a chain of mountains, (3)

Check right to expand and

ZF
5. Symbol ‘showing the pitch of a

. It is very frequently tree-lined.

” Lock (6)
8.
quire

Despite their ups and downs we
asses use them
. When you are this you are un-

B31; TISH
Do") ALAWAY:

le Rs decisive blow ? could be.
Adam's choice.

3. Noise, of the changed porter.
5. If it’s ground it’s rare.
A i wil ye tend to bend in

3e careful about harnesses,
crib slats or picket fences through
which a youngster might poke his
head and strangle.

Turn off washing machines
equipment be-
To be safe, d
And never |

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Leave BARBADOS by ose

A change of enc for the last clue

all electrical
Safety Guide fore leaving it.
connect the wall plug.
radio in the
Examine all toys, especialy
if children are young.
parts they
stuffing,
foods that might choke.

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j
@ fren cas . »
iy cxnerien Ot. Michael Chur
i Churchwarden €
pve j ”
few min "ondar? “Schools “aS iTlES as Chur h : I
Seco « Boar plies ended, 7
s - . a expressing s
ié not a ‘
: wast! ; 7 Bos 3 2
0 ning Bodies ‘ ti Ov :
: ne Direc Data ° a —
; 1 _ hag as he had beer
: see, he had carried out h
these in an exemplary ; .
P ign | ly during th
Gov-} the floods

i late August and
are! Sept Bust a

sueh | He had





one hi
the »

the public
perfect a





stood to







yn public ful reason

r overi a} had an ld : : ;
the Colony ; ~ and would never get erfe

tions and —— Au arden



ny vieW, be Tudor

jovernment’ s :
be © that in relation | ¢
nancial obligati

a pregened
too high an

nad kept up I
$ laid down by chureh

past in
executive
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yote i high vished lz
must be cut by xX dollars n record his im ,
— | Rector and Chairr arich
ns of an nt re | courte ,
cs ut out without furthe: | shown ecessfu
reference to those responsible ing up of ee
> failure to? Mr. C. -

r inclusions A. Braithwaite endorsed















































































































provide for an onal teach~ | he Chi in's remarks i add- | Parochia eth chest OF

ars in the ‘ Ss can; € at the a them Hends Th
wnly do harm € eneral} an opportu f ca ene ane

: ; on rden of St

eficiency of | Tudor’s capac He Michael esponsib!]
ap re bi eae. oe responsible
ucatior i e « me and h ing on th
Ppisaied ana seri had gi people eae ding on the
t acher 1 1 a veans Gon
e of teac zane € Ly anc rent depart-

to Gea ed; not te gs, he rs .

en done to mak overlook them

ning in tec hni ra 6 ightly said, nc iepartments

} Hon the buildi: : : and men of
enough: that too né 0 A. RB. Foppin msidered that

st year nurer y oo < :
on closed, being nnn: ins aa
MeMoney Was refused to repair tg
fchool year after year. Now,
and the staff are hou:,
in the Carrington Vil lage scho,

which is hopeles y overcrowde

i receive every
his two Poor Law
ped that he
the position to the sat-

acquitt
He said
associatec



thar ne

{ lé
with the




d so far there is not igi this year than prev ratepayers and
a when C Vi ed that Mr. Tudor the Vestry and
schoo. will be rec« ne t the wh

nat their Chair-

doubt it falls wit





wal scheme of school oe iring and
Bridgetown, but it is obvi > have to act.
we have not got Y ldir Ir 1 irdens t those meetings

grities right
Further Points
here are irther 1 1e

some iur who t
ut the Second
hh I call attent
Biege has recent! ha ne
brary; part of the
bequest. How is |
fon in the school estimat
equipping the library
hooks was struck out? In my vit n . en ne poken [pol é sel
itis just silly to build a
Mi then do noth t
ils stock of books o not w
Mamental buildings; we want

school libraries. ;
years ago,
allowed t up a 1 1
fund; this is no longer t is not epetition of
d. I should have t f é he
sound finance, though here varder He
k with some caution, i (? e |
teserves, During the ar yé 1 7 al nd the entire . err
Government adopte f h t ti :
flicy with vigour
mile the sun shines’
famgan, | think the Gov
M right. I think it is 4 va
Midding the secondary scho cond 1 ( ire f
build up a reserve fund. Ther ‘ e everythin é .

areal danger that seconda: ' ne he ‘ : f {
Peiication will become completely He ther minate s esso! ‘ le
Bandardised, and all schools cor Mir. Bruce Weath« :
fm to the same pattern, W the pleasure of
Mei to maintain = the vari 290 whe e
Which exists and to foster th fice. In doing he
cracter of each school. lowing quotation

Advice Leave Gc

lam not so unwise to thi SET Gee tie fen He
that Government can or ought i An ever present
spend money which it cannot Mr. C. A. Braith
, even on Education. | and the Vestry agreed una! us-
iy, however, that it is wise ; ly





Harri ated M I
office and tt

Mr. H.





Mr. E



D. Mottley











noug

un=-

ana

praises
Vestry
hat the amount







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able mem-
to say on
words



Vaite sé nde

would























Ms Government to listen to eu Mr. B. A. Weatherhead e with
advice of those who are competent | thanked Mr. Tudor for nominating he had
0 speak on this subject, and got a ¢
bo alow its educational policy ae

be dictated solely by financia. | girls, I have no doubt, wii Mr. Tudor pointed out that when
considerations, by which I m d work and benefit 1€ rad f the estimates, they
E toposes items of expendia aining they will receive ad esti a certain amount ot
: Ould not be struck < ve oubt that e oney which would cover tk
without reference to those re- erests of the tolony, the c 1 arochial year
ponsible for their inclusion. It sion of teachers would ‘ They discovered that
ad, to say the least, to discove wiser investment. he oyees were even bette:
Hat when those to whom Gover, Finally, I think it wou aid se employed by Gov-
nent has entrusted the duty ‘o | wise policy if the votes for Pm- ‘nme 1 part of the money
vorking the educational pro-| mary and secondary education t over
pamme, ask for extra teacher: | were kept apart. If it tated that they had es-
the Director of Education| sary, as it may. well be pend $50,000 under the

should io, Called to the Estimates |

imittee, and when he asks |
"What is the decision?” to be toid. | g

make the decision”. The only
on that committee ought to | out

y Pensions, after in-
amount from 10/- to
spent $38,000.

discussion,
the matter

limit to be fixed beyond whic aaa
mag ey on education a

the limit for both primary 2 /— taut had 5
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the sudden illness of the Parochial are intereste
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f experience and the ability of 5 :
Mr. Carter should be Chureh- e sical
warden. Mr. Carter as Church-
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aused by Mr. Gill's ¢ € ,
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nad said that he would not be | plete .
serving as Churchwarden during HM = ”
the current year. Mr. Smith ar-/ the afternoon Prince a
gued that if the parochial treas-/ the suc ane : twee gress
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BARBADOS ‘@ ADVOCATE |

a Se ee re |

itahec by Th. Advocate Co, Lid., #4, Broad St, Bridgetowr







Tuesday March 28, 1950

Canadian Ships

MANY fears have been expressed in this
community that if reduction in Canada-
West Indies trade continues much longer
it is bound to resuit in the withdrawal
from, or diminution of the Canadian
National Steamships on the West Indies
route.

The published figures of the Line in the
annual report for 1949, tend to reinforce
this fear.

The report shows that the operating
revenues of the line for the year amounted
to $6,595,007 a decrease of $1,369,712 from
the previous year. The expenses showed a
decrease of $631,706 although mainly con-
trolled by the number of voyages rather
than by the tonnage of cargoes.

The operating profit for the year was
$12,399 as against $644,105 in 1948. This
shows a decrease of $631,706; and according
to the report, “after payment of interest on
bonds and government advances there was
a deficit of $460,497, which is payable by
the Government”

Freight traffic in 1949 brought $5,172,073
in revenue and this was $1,374,697 less than
in 1948. And the report adds significantly
“This decrease reflects the effect of trade
restrictions as compared to 1948, resulting
from dollar shortages. Exports from Can-
ada decreased by 34,362 tons or 23% and
imports to Canada by 42,693 tons or 16.5%”

It is a tribute to Canadian National
Steamships and their interest in the West
Indies that despite this adverse balance of
trade and the continued restrictions they
maintained the usual fleet of ten vessels.

Figures published recently showed that
Canada-West Indies trade during 1949 was
set down at $85,000,000 and was estimated



during 1950 to reach $100,000,000. It is a
trade which has been fostered by Canada
during the last thirty years and West
Indians can only hope that the present
abnormal conditions will soon allow its
re mption

Housecrafts



THE hope expressed at its inception that
the Housecraft Centre would get the strong

public support it needed to become a

and vigorous institution contribu-

neaitny

{ to the general welfare of Barbados was

am} tified at its first Open Day held

afternoon.

esterday

The necessity for such a Centre was

never in question but there were those who

felt that the island could not afford the
expenditure required to make it worth-
Vhile. The Girls’ Industrial Union, they
argued had filled the breach for many years

d there was little reason why this
expenditure should now be incurred They
failed to appreciate the scope which such a
Centre might cover und the wider fields
Vhich it might cover,

It was at this stage that the Colonial

Welfare
stepped into the breach and gave to Barba-

Development and organization

dos something of which the community
vill always be proud, They provided funds
for three years. After the cost was to be

Barbados Government.

Before the three years had expired it
was obvious that the Housecraft Centre
had opened new vistas to young women
and housewives who were fully prepared
to make the fullest use of the opportunity
offered. Home making had been left in the
past to the mother of the house who gave
practical insight to her daughters as far as
the means of the home would allow. Now
the early and elementary training in
domestic science given to the girls of our
schools can be implemented at the House-
craft centre.

The young housewife can now learn
crafts which will be of practical assistance
in the home, and others can further equip
themselves as domestics or for work in the

catering trade

borne by the

OUR READERS SAY:
eet ADEMS SAVs

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE



is Suecess Still Worth While?

|

ad,
A FRIEND of mine just com-
mitted suicide, but it didn’t say

sO In the papers
1id “heart attack.”
ually correct.

But anyone who really knew
him could be sure he dug his own
grave, He dug so fast that he
fell into it at 47, instead of living
another 30 years.

He killed himself just as dozens
of fine men do every day. They
succeed themselves to death. In
the great competitive scramble
they go hog—wild after that house
on Moneybag-street, that square-
| cut diamond that car,

Why Boast?

| When men die young, aside
from the human grief there’s a
drastic loss to the country. These
“dynamo types” as _ psychiatrists
call them, are usually competent
citizens with years of production
left in them when they keel over.
They’re leaders, creators, execu-
tives.

Unfortunately the human dyna-
mo has become a popular, some-
what fashionable type. He boasts
that he works 18 hours a day and
hasn't had a holiday for six years
—instead of being ashamed of suct
miserable facts.

Why boast about abuse of the
human mechanism? Should the
man who runs his car 5,000 miles
without changing the oil be proud
of such stupidity?

What makes the dynamo whirr?
Not brains, energy, ambition, and
all those noble things we talk
about. In healthy balance such
qualities keep a man at a steady
rate of production.

It is unhealthy balance which
burns them out. Psychiatrists cal!
it neurotic drive.

Panishment

Dr. Leo H. Bartemeier, profess-
or of psychiatry, lists four exam-
ples of neurotic drive found in

| the dynamo type:—

The obituary
That was fac-



Bp

1. Mr. A throws himself into
work with slavish devotion. He
eats, drinks and breathes his

, work “He is punishing himself

wits ‘work r
He doesn’t feel he has any right
to enjoy life. He must constantly

pay penance by working.

Take this man on a_ holiday,
and he has a gnawing uneasiness.
He feels hé is free-riding; he
can't wait to get back to work.

2. Mr. B is “married to his
work,” His work is his love,
His wife frequently says, “You
think more of your work than
you do of me.” There is a lot of
truth in her charge



Political |

advance
Socialist

poets can say in
precisely how the

Government will fall, It may be
on some great political issue. It
may be on some trivial incident
Or, as happened with the first
Socialist Government of 1924, it
may be on the case of an
individual man It might even
be a black man—or a_ white
woman

I do not myself approve of
marriage between black and
white. But then I do not approve
of a lot of marriages between

; Whites—of old men marrying
young girls or of elderly women
marrying young men, and the
like. Still, these marriages are
marriages and the Government
does not intervene to prevent or

to punish them.

When Seretse Khama married
a white girl, I thought it would
mean trouble for him, and it did

He was censured for doing it, and
further censured for having

) married at all without consulting
his tribe; but having asserted its

own position in the matter, the
tribe decided nevertheless to
accept Seretse as chief and to
accept Ruth. his wife,

| Seretse’s uncle departed in
| high dudgeon. That, I thought,

was the end of the mutter,
|
Only the Beginning
l N fact, t was the beginning
of a series of transactions

which, on the evidence so far
made available to us, must make
every Englishman blush for
shame

I take it for



granted that









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There is a warning here for
wives whose husbands are
married to their jobs, are
afraid of failure, who hate
holidays, who take work as a
dope.



Mr. B has not matured to the
point of adult love. He loves as
an infant loves his toys.

He hopes his work will fulfil
an infant’s dream; To amass
more toys than any kid in the
neighbourhood.

3. Mr. C must “prove he is
not a failure.” He throws him-
self into work with grim com-
pulsion using the fear of failure
as the whiplash across his back

“Often such men’s fathers were
failures,” says Dr. Bartemeier
“They’re trying to prove how
much better they are”

4. Mr. D is what Dr.
meier calls the “anxiety-ridden
man.” He lives with a vague
dread constantly inside him, The
only way he can quell it is by
all-consuming work.

Work is his medicine. But it is
not true medicine, which cures.
it is' dope medicine, which
merely smoothes down the symp-
toms.

Let Mr. D. stop working—let
him try to relax—and he finds
he can’t live with himself.

He finally works himself to a
frazzle and then he doesn’t have
to bother living at all.

Not A Clue

Good honest work. sensibly
tackled, doesn’t hurt anybody. It
may cause fatigue, but it doesn’t
cause sickness,

A man with a healthy attitude
towards work stops automatically
when he has had enough, he
recharges his batteries. He plays.

The dynamo doesn’t know how
to play.. Even when he. goes
through the motions of playing
ne is not playing; he is simply
switching all the tensions and
inxieties of work to another
activity

Barte-

ity W. J. Brown

pressure was brought to bear on
our Government by the Govern-
ment of South Africa

But it is not what
African Government
which concerns me
what our own
done

There can be no doubt that th
judicial inquiry which our Gov-
ernment set on foot examined
the charge that the meeting of
the tribe which elected Serets«
was not a properly constituted
meeting. Had it found this charge
proved we should doubtless have
heard of it.

the South
has done
here. It is
Government has

r

Iwo Issues
EVERTHELESS, the Govern-
ment decides that Seretse
his wife are to be banished
from Bechuanaland for five
years, Seretse, says the High
Commissioner, will be allowed
to return to clear up personal
affairs, but will not be allowed
to live in the tribal reserve or
to hold meetings.

Two issues here arise. The
first is the restriction placed on

and

Seretse’s return,

Seretse says, and his legal
adviser confirms, that when
Seretse was asked to come to
London he sought, and obtained
explicit assurances that there
would be no difficulties placed

in the way of his return as a free
man to his own country and that
th@se assurances were given.
Actually he was forbidden to
return at all, and it is only in
the last day or two, since the
story has broken in the news-



The Richest Man in |
| The Cemetery

Hy
Howard Whitman

Sometimes he falls over deaa
on the golf course

“Yet the physical exertion i
golf is almost negligible.’ Dr
Charles A. R. Connor, of the
American Heart Association
points out.

“But these men don’t go out t
play a game of golf. They fight;
a game of golf. They’re working
not playing.”

I looked over the score sheet
for a group of 142 executives oi
one large firm.

Fifty-three had heart diseases,
15 had serious heart conditions,
eight had ulcers 35 had digestive
diseases 52 had nervous and
mental disorders, 23 were psycho-
neurotic 32 had eye or other dis-
eases 20 had skin diseases
28 had diseases of the
and organs of movement

Many spilled over into two or
three ‘categories. Only 12—ocut
of 142—had clean bills of health.

=
Heart Disease

A Study by Dr.
reported in 1937, showed
heart (coronary) diseases was
twice as common among bank-
ers and lawyers—who work sit-
ting down—as among sweating
toiling farmers and labourers

The body seems to have its
own cut-off for physical labour
If we get tired mowing the lawn
we sit down ang rest.

But the mind doesn’t seem to
have any cut-off.

What to do? Perhaps we should
concentrate less on making a liv-
ing. Perhaps we should concen-
trate more on making a life.

Maybe what we really need to
do is grow up.

The hard-driving money-
grubber is psychologically like
the bobby-soxer, who must prove

and
bones

H. L. Smith
that

personal prestige by collecting
dance programmes and_ auto-
graphs.

Grown Up

What is maturity? “The grown-
up man has his prestige and|
security within him says Detroit's
Dr. Bartemeier. “He doesn’t have
to make £10,000 a year. He doesn’t
need the biggest car. He is ab!
really to love his wife and chil-
dren. He has faith in them.

“He can play. He can ever
mix play with his work, There
is nothing eating him up inside.

Such a man is not a money
slave. He realises that being the
richest man on earth might have
its advantages. But being the
richest man in the cemetery—

that’s not success.—L.E.S
eee

The Seretse Affair May
Bring Socialists Down

papers, that he has been giver
permission to return for a limited
time.

Now, during my lifetime there
has been a sad decline in the
standards of morality of Govern-
ments. But if what Seretse sa
Is correct, we have reached
low in this matter.

Under What Law?

7 second issue ‘- panish
ment. Under what law

has
our Government the rigit to sa)

to a native of an African tribe.
“For five years neither you nor
your wife shall live in your own
country”?

a ne

When some time ago, the
Russian government refused to
allow fifteen Russian women to
join’ their British husbands in

England, Parliament and the coun

try rang with protest. But in
deciding to banish a man and his
wife from their own country for
no other crime than having mar:

ried each other, the British Gov

ernment runs the Russians a close
second,

And to do this on the basis of
a Report which neither the man
nor the British House of Commons
is allowed to see passes all bear-
ing.

No oppression from any
Quarter was the promise of th«
Socialist Party programme for

the Colonial peoples. No narrow
conception of party loyalty should
lead any Socialist Member of
Parliament to condone _ this
breach of his own party’s promise.
(World Copyright Reserved)







The Wicksteed Diamond

|A rough one. but some day a
woman may wear it proudly |

Ky Bernard Wicksteed |

SHINYANGA, Tanganyika,
FOUND a diamond. I have to admit that
vei a jeweller’s point of view it is not in the
ame class as the Hope Diamond, the Cullinan, or
the Koh-i-noor.

in fact, it is only about the size of a split pea and
in its present uncut state is worth no more than a
mere £10,

But it is a real diamond, even if it’s a rough one,
and some day, somewhere I hope a woman will
wear it in a ring on her finger and be mighty proud
of it.

So in case it should be you, or someone you know
who acquires the Wicksteed Diamond I will tell |
you its history.

It was found at 10.45 a.m. on March 16, 1950,
by Bernard Wicksteed, of Hampstead (described
as a journalist). He picked it out from a small
pile of gravel that had been given him to look
through during a professional visit to Dr. William-
son's diamond mine at Shinyanga.

Having found it Wicksteed was tempted to put
it in his pocket and say nothing about it.

But first of all he glanced round to see if the
guards had noticed his discovery and seeing they
had, he hastily dropped it in a cigarette tin pro-
vided for the purpose. :

If Wicksteed had been a professional native
picker-up of diamonds he would have been paid a
bonus of one penny for his find, but, being only a





visiting newspaperman, he got nothing except a
piercing look from the security police.
EXPLOSIONS

OME ERAS ago, about the same time that the

White Cliffs of Dover were being formed in

England, there were several monstrous explosions
60 to 100 miles below the ground in Africa.

Masses of molten blue rock were forced to the
surface in much the same way. as lava comes up in
a volcano. Unlike ordinary lava this blue rock was
studded with diamonds.

No one quite knows whether the diamonds were
formed by the pressure and heat of the explosion
or by the way it cooled. Some geologists even
believe the diamonds were deep down in the crust
of the earth already and all the explosion did was
to pipe them to the surface for people like Wick-
steed to find.

Inferior diamond pipes were found in South
| Africa and elsewhere, but the daddy of them all
i undiscovered beneath the grass and baobab
Lites of Tanganyika until 1940.

Neither the pipe nor the Wicksteed Diamond that
enriched it might have ever been found if it
hadn’t been for a Canadian geology lecturer from
MacGill.

His name was Dr. John Thoburn Williamson,
B.A., M.Se., Ph.D., and just when he was getting
along fine at the university and looked like being
a professor some day, he chucked up his academic
career and went looking for diamonds in Africa.

HARD WoOuws«

HERE are lots of stories about how he found
the richest diamond mine in the world. One

is that his dog dug up the first diamond under a
baobab tree. Another is that he felt something
hurting in his shoe and when he took it off what
should he find but a diamond. |
The truth is that he discovered the diamond pipe |
by hard work and good geology. He didn’t just
stumble on it. He located it after camping years
in the bush, sifting the gravel by hand. |
He never had enough money. People thought he |
was mad. But still he worked on with the crudest
equipment and a few faithful African “boys.” After
quietly working out the exact dimensions of the
pipe he staked his claim and came into town with
his first bag of diamonds. They were worth only
a few hundred pounds and when he tried to raise
money for better equipment the bank managers
merely laughed at him. |
So back to the bush he went, and next time he
came to town he had £30,000 worth of diamonds
in a barley-sugar bottle. That made the banks
‘hange their tune, but now it was Williamson’s turn |
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to laugh.

He said they could keep their money, and he |
said the same thing to the big diamond people in
South Africa who offered him £2,000,000 cash for |
his claim.

So here he is now, 42 years old, unmarried,
worried, with a Ronald Colman moustache,
the sole rights to a diamond mine that
£ 1,700,000 worth of stones in 1949
steed Diamond in 1950.

JOLLY FINE MINE
Soo: MEN like one thing and some another,
Dr. Williamson likes his diamond mine, and
yne, don’t him. It’s a jolly fine dia-
; aff lovely throw wonderful parties
mond mine, wish I had it myself.

Chen I'd do just what he does. I’d give all my |
for them with a band brought from Kenya by air, |
I'd build the finest hospital in Tanganyika, and if |

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un-
and
produced
and the Wick-

but

blame
houses, I’d
and [

the sentry at the entrance to the mine didn't
recognise me I'd bash down the gates with my car

There are diamonds every whe and they all be-
‘ong to the little ex-don who cocked his snook at
the world. |

You walk over diamonds, drive over them, sleep |
on them and everyone on the mine is mad op
gardening because .. . well, you never know.

You mustn't imagine from this that you can just
walk around Alling up your pockets.

Getting needles out of haystacks is easy. You |
just use a magnet. But each diamond—about one

to every ton of gravel—has to be spotted by eve
and picked out by hand as the Wicksteed Diamond |
was. '
BOTTLED JEWELS |
ACH DAY 1,500 tons of gravel is washed and |
sifted, and an average yield is about half a
cigarette tin of diamonds, numbering about 1,500, |
weighing 244 ounces and worth

At the end of the day they
Williamson's house,

£4,000. {
are all taken up to
where he puts them into 4]



Jars and sweet bottles. For Wicksteed’s benefit he

emptied out one of these bottles on the desk in his |

study !
Then he went out to fetch a drink, and Wick- }\

steed was left alone in a room with a pile of dia- |)
monds worth £16,000. They spilled over the edges
of the blotting pad, rolled under the ink stand, and
rattled among the papers—diamonds, diamonds.
diamonds.

What would you do, chum?—L.E.S

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Editor, The Advocate seems ‘hat these would be little Indian Colonies should also be well, where men are finding it thing will be done in the nearthat there are a few people, who
SIR From time to time the affected. If these settlers cannot brought into line, To attract res- difficult to undergo with these few future to help us. because of the educational advan- |
attention of your readers is drawn find houses, they have to build idenis from dollar countries thig rice co ers, when such work ol A SUFFERER. age: »y have e red ¢ .

) : / ) : : Pp ; ( tages they have enjoyed and their
to the value to Barbados of its and thereby make a substantial reform is essential. The island’s ‘this kind as foreign labour should je social standing in the community
tourist trade. This is true. But contribution to employmeny, But economy stands to benefit, in produce extra wages. Imagine, Paper ‘ Blemish should lead in vhe reform that i:
little notice is taken of wha’ seems Since convenience, coolness and varying degree, from all, settlers, such devaluation of labour could ; cs necessary at this time, they hav-
to me a still more profitable and view are more important than winter residents, and long and not even afford a single person To the Editor, The Advocate ing a higher measure of self-con-
xromising minor industry, the im- fertility, the shore or some short term visitors. I may be ‘to live decently or make a live- SIR,—“George Hunte writes trol
portation of suitable settiers. The Tocky bluff are preferred as build- biassed, being a settler myself, lihood. These are not the penny last Monday as follows.” Barba- :
outstanding avtractions of Bar- ing sites. This is surely to the buv I suggest that, all things con- days when everyone could exist dians have shown quite clearly . Within recent months, I heard
bados have drawn and are still benefit of Barbados Sidered, settlers are likely to easier, because the high cost of that they just are not interested infinitely worse language from
drawing to the island numbers of An example of vhis is the fore- prove the most valuable to the living tremendously doubles the in reports on federation. uigh school and university grad-
people who are, I believe, more shore near Porters, when I first island. Their expenditure goes on dead wages received to-day uates in ordinary donversation
valuable to its economy vhan tran- Knew it a valueless sandy waste, all the year round and not just Again, what seems to have pass wre Committee has recommen- than the indecent language I have
sient visitors. These settlers are producing nothing but manchinee) for the season, and they bear their the eyes of the Government is ded a senate of nominated mem- heard on the bus.
seldom young, for there is small and crabs. By foresight, much share of all taxes, including In- that foreigners are coming here bers, perpetuating the same old __
pening» neor ping youth. But expenditure, knowledge and hard come Tax. Customs Duties on the in search of work on the base, Story as our Legislative Counicl, Those more fortunately placed
for other » few places that work, includit the planting of furniture and personal effects they when unemployment has over therefore - in my estimation, al- are not so indiscriminate in th {
fre or ‘and other thousands of trees of all kinds, it bring are something of an obsta- stretched employment. though _the report may be a place they use such language; but
d the matter is now nov only \ ble, but is cle and might be re-aonsidered, 2 . masterpiece as a report — with their example is leaving serious
id ’ . as Seta Tart chan tes additic be ate While Income Tax will: have & I desire to draw the Govern- this blemish it is not worth the repercussions. The masses do noi

t standpoin «gq ® dain” reat effec’ on this promising ™ent’s attention to the inade- paper it is written on—no Sir, have the powers of restraint which
br e k } Fast ( ¢ minor industry quate prices which seem vo have We have progressed far if not they pc ss, and therefore offend
f a igar land m i I i _ ae But: in. uhy evant, Barhades passed without their knowledge further than India 1 Ceylon more publicly
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Chandle Cong ratulates Government (3. "Governor Sees 3 i

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| Ne. MU REX Ve CLYDE GREEN |) I am a proud consumer of .... if
; " oR { "BEN GREEN, and LIONEL j
@ From Pagel 5600,000 more than for last y ex i | GREEN ic Housecraft i
HF inated reventte and expenditure The expenditure olen year, : Penditure on controls. I need deal more would have been No. 16, REX Vs. LIONEL GREES | AT CHOW |
P cor the coming year compare with Charges which usually sh = 7 elaborate on the need for the achieved if there had not been so and REUBEN GREEN ' . ;
“that of last year. big increase, has gone rae retention of controls, and I shall many changes and absences on | Wednesday ctivities i}
“First a word about revenue. $300,000, fom $4.1 1 mb only th make & guess as to how long leave among the heads of our en- | ek AS; eee” “ee? Cleannats | The cows begin their young ones on. . . }
In making his Prag warer $4.4 million and the eae ze that = as I know gineering departments. | LASHLEY pe HORTLY after 3 p.m. yester-| |
‘yen last year’s Estimates were rent Expendi oe eee er seein ed people feel that, bs are terday His Ex c e} CALF STARTENA
coe discussion, the Honourable rather penditure has dropped ©V€n_when everything is allowed School Guiidings i Given aa Shee eee pg, ) ‘




ee ; at over $200,00 , $ for, B “ah en 3 : ,
Wember on my right complained milion to $1.6 tins from $1.8 out and the West Indies But even allowing for all this B companied by Mr Lambert
Niterly that once again Govern- Changes ; . h Y get less than their fair | have to admit to the Council on ensed A.D.C., attended Open es :
aos “was under-estimating its Civil Satake inereases in the $ sh of dollars. i shall not attempt that the programme would still | Moatesvads Cen om — dee:
men ms revenue. Unfortunatety Stablishment are now sub- © @nter into detailed discussion D°t have been completed. One of ° ~ Saeiead tae” esa "cane Uni” Oe GSGSeaQesgesaaagasrnau
Customs | mde the dabete: kan mitted for the approval of the of this most contre versial ques- the items on which least progress 1 Arr Un arrival they were met by Saanaaae sas ste ee”
the SS read f the i aed Legislature in the form of Procite tion, but I would suggest to Hon- aS been made is school buildings Ives Miss Ivy Alleyne, Organiser of | Bana Ee a 4 2
omitted rs ST members’ wilt — under the Civil Establishment Ret ourable Members th:t there has /iS was partly due to difficulties : the Classes, and the Director of :
As i abetre ot of evens aE and almost all money under the been a tendency for the salient 84 delays in acquiring sites, Norwegian freighter “Marianne” | Bducation. : : |
from the Abstract o vue a 3 r the points to be lost sight hie eaten party to inadequacy of skilled called at Barbados on Sunday with The party first inspected}

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: Deeg te ‘ Personal Em ; , e :
Te te sal ieuel the re ‘the various as sections of of a number of comparatively Staff and partly to the fact that|°Ondensed milk, potatoes ana pastries and cakes and then went! ; -
vised estimate of this year’s yieid by law and 4 S now fixed minor cases of apparent discrim- WOrk was suspended on Govern- | °@!0MS among its cargo from Am- on to the Variety Dishes Class, | ’ .
from Customs and Excise shows one under diseumn therefore ination. The salient points that I ment's instructions. ~ | sterdam. vhich is supervised by frs. H. G | BROAD ST.
q short-fall of $100,000 on the Caliah, Saas iscussion in this think should be stressed are, first Let me say straight away that The “Marianne,” which has |CU™mins. His Excellency tovk}
original estimate. This was more sual tenioe er _Other Charges ly, that Barbados is a member t the reason for the suspension of been chartered by the Royal Neth-| | Very Keen interest in the tei||[ —™
than offset by an under-estimate igen on ases as there are—and the sterling area and must ‘care: work was that it was quite clear erlands Steamship Co., is repre } tables which were laid and tastes |
of the yield from Income Tax and that und’ Honourable Members fore do everything possible to con. ‘at the cost of the programme Senied here by Messrs. S, P | bit of peanut fudge made by | ae
Death Duties. In other items the Rsti bay the new form of the serve dollars, and secondly, that it would very greatly exceed the Musson, Son & Co.. Ltd. It left | Mrs. S. G. Ingram and a puffed} ve D
revised figures have turned out to ee ad they can be quickly Would be entirely impracticable for “Stimates unless the standard of port yesterday afternoon for | wheat square made by Miss D.|
be fairly close to the original es- Picked out—are for the most part all members of the sterling area. to accommodation was substantially Trinidad. acock and Mrs, I Jones. :

~ > “a sot re
timates, and as a result the re- due to the increased cost of ex- be allowed to spend dollars up te lowered. The officer in charge of | 5-S- “C. G. Thulin” was anoth: The party next visited Mrs. M |
Seal estimate of revenue for this isting services. With the excep- the amount they earned. Tan the work was the Government er arrival on Sunday. From New! Bolger’s Dressmaking Class ana|
year is gvithin $200,000 of the tion of the few items which | ®t in a position to say how many Architect and Planning Officer York it brought a cargo of Quaker /it was in this section that a

CREAM SEPARATORS

CAPACITY—10 GALLS. PER HOUR

yrginal éstimate. shall mention now I think there dollars Barbados earns: it is not and I should like to say here and aoe ae canned fish and |dresses, hats, mats, baskets anc
s rovision for new is y to exact ji ‘ ad on has " stull, s and|shoes were displayed.
is no provision f expendi. 2t all easy to get ct informa. "OW that the administration h oodstuff, auvo part d }sh displayed



* “4 ; cya £ i
4 Salary Revision ture of any sisnifi : ._ tion But thi : and always has had the fullest | â„¢achinery. Duri h r of ins
, : : any significance in this . € amount will not “°°. ys . ahd During the tour of inspection
! year’s o affect her : confidence in his probity, honesty is vessel's loca] agents are SS Alleyne ; or
1 should remind the Council ae Estimates, dollar expenditure. and integrity. The provision of | Messrs, Robert Thom Lid. r ioe Garde cat ate ome >
that the et cawen oe tee — P Hallinan Report I know quite well that there is ee ver aie me cee : mins described how the articles °
no account whatev ; ~ Provision is maae under the 2 Special relationship between of the items in this year’s Estim- yu were made and from what they
eral Pac. ee era = General Hospital head of expen- North America, particularly Gan- ee ee ane a \\ HARF BUSY were made t ; a ALSO
mee this revision not only saa ae for an additional $4u,vuu on and the West Indies, and that schools and will submit rovines |. THE waterfront was yesterd ypncpone El ry Tagine Ars
Under pee ay y were expenditure on Nursing and an ‘2@fe many factors such as ship- ¢stimates nett eet i i WAS SERVE GRD ranged for the public by
salaries of the Government Set- auiuonal $12,500 ping between Canada and the estimates to the Legislature as | ept busy. Many carts and lorries he Br . “il see a B }
vice increased, but the increases on \weaical staff expenaxure West Indies which cannot be | 2€ soon as it is in a position to do so, | lined the wharf side to load the| von resumed The t vn nag
were made retrospective to the was inserted “ » This provision out of account when dolla eft In the case of the schoo} building | cargo of wood and coals from the they eerie aoe
beginning of the previous financial nag supmuitied "i Dr. Hallinan diture is considered. I think tao Prostamme the Government Ar- | Schooner D’ortae which arrived on P WOGARRAAS, Max ai Ge, 4.45 1 GALLON CAPACITY
cas ‘ z is r T . . re im. | Sg av loc eanesday, Marc 2y, & =0
year. The revised expenditure Goverument, while —. The that the fact of our proximity to chitect was called upon to estim- | Saturday last. pie, Public (Adults). ,

e for 1949-50 therefore in-

gnising North America makes any restric. ate not only for larger buildings | Lighters were being loaded and
cludes salaries at higher rates r

the urgent necessity for ex i the rh he G ; ; : Thursday, March 30 at 2.30]
© pendi- tion whate : oe han what the Government usual- ‘with varying cargoes which were Rhee via ae mn
than were prevailing when the ie on the Hospital, decidea that some. Natertvaiecs Seaietea te, ly puts up, but also for a type of | taken to and from the three ships PiMriaay, Moreh 31" ou ONLY ‘e EACH.
Estimates were originally pre- |” WAS better to await Dr, Halli- considering dollars is greater to- {he Talat He was alee astinnting | ‘bat are now in the harbour. At School Children. ee eres

nan's | ¢ . : the Is 5 rg ; i | }
pared, and also the sum of $880,- ©)" > Report before taking action. day than it has ever been it can be for pom My coer Manon jthe extreme end of the wharf," Saturday, April 1 at 9.30 p.m.|

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representing a whole year's i the other hand it was clear safely assumed that con yee fishermen were busy repairing | c, ~“hildre ~ ‘
(ererze between the old and ¢V€® without the report that some dollar expenditure will eo OT ie Bad their fishing boats. ie ge RANSOME LAWN MOWERS

the new rates, On the other hand, additional recurrent expenditure Continue. It will be the aim of this To hav i aA a Sie ieee ) ane we .
=the revenue figures include a sum W&S necessary, and it would have Government to ensure that the detailed "Zag comp ay and — nes Trento: | Siw wea: Weiiibnaher’ CHRIS SR CSR $34.33

of $375,000, representing a refund 8!ven an incomplete picture of COMtrol is operated fairly and in would have favctved: 1 t . few Re ai d Sel Abbey; Holiday at School (A| ” 14” “35.14

of the on gg Cost of het eee position had the best interests of the Island. weeks but many sais ae aaa p ure chooner Canadian Film in Colour): uN d| “ARIEL” 12” pee ee ails 44.61

Living owance, ese two een inserted in the Es- ‘ an i morn ey i . aces Cine, , mo “ motes eta 5 a a i: A.

es — $880,000 under expendi- timates. Government hopes to be No Margin pee ea Age tek Sails Today a all shows admission is y | " MAY cece seen seen ees ali 47.39

375,000 under revenue in a position v . i ci sty ; ; . .

Wee fhersove ‘ho rubtracted mit tothe Lagat’ is pro- romans Gen MPMRGDRE OC my Aye eae ae tatrne|j AFTER undergoing repaes here |ine rts’ Counelh Ofc, Wake AML Complete With, Grasshox
saeesetth tee ales Ske wae I ains nereases adhe : sh Counc ce, Wake-

from their respective totals be- posals for action on the Hallinan hardly any proposals for law a in the costs of wean mal for the past three months, schooner | field. For the children’s shows

fore any comparison is made. Report, and with one qualification Penditure; it is also not a material. 4 ae ty “Marion Belle Wolfe” (74 tons net) |iickets wi . . :

Renal Sat ' ot ’ ' S als accom- s since the estimates) yj : hy ; v2 HS’) | tickets will be supplied to Head
The revised estimate of expen- I give an undertaking to the Panied by any proposals for in- Were made, as well as modifica- Ms Se for British Guiana. }-peacher who are invited to appl) ’ HARDWARE DEPT
diture for the year is $9,880,000; Council that this sum of $52,500 creased taxation. This remark tions of the original designs. e “Marion Belle Wolfe” arriv-| for numbers required .





from this we must deduct $880, inserted in the Estimates will not apatites both to the current and to In this connection it is not or aes ene ss with cargo LECTURE on “Oliver Crom- | PHONE 2364
000, representing arrears of salary be spent except on reorganisa- the capital Estimates. Although Without interest that the actual na mae quickly discharged. i
for the previous year, This leaves tion proposals approved by the the budget is balanced there is no’ cost of the classroom block of It was next taken on dry dock
a figure of $9,000,000, which hap- Legislature. The only qualifica- nargin for the extension of ser- the St. Leonard’s Girls’ School for repairs to be done to the bot-
pens to be the exact amount of tion to this is that the Govern- ‘i°¢s and indeed no cushion with. Worked out on a cube basis, har] (2 OF coming off dock, it was
the aie oa —— of ment will consider itself author= oe against any reces- cost less than is normally allowed coemeeal ea eee the IVES AND FRIENDS {}
expenditure. Unfortunately in oN ised to use this vote for tem- { revenue, It would’ be @ On Page 8 ; ¥ 1 iii cas i members of the Y.M.C.A

espect, but fortunately in an- porar Vote tor tem- foolhardy for any Government i paired until yesterday. y res MCA |
other the accuracy of estimating porary emergency staff if it should present ne 38 New timbers have been let into | Will be ag gee music bes |
; 1 the deck and hull. The stern has|82â„¢mes | @ re regular monthty |

well and Roger Williams’ by |
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esterday with its bow to _ the scheduled to take place on Mari h|

West, was almost ready for sailing,| 31. Master of Ceremonies \ ill be |

Captain Every expects to reach| the Rev. Ernest Griffin |

British Guiana in about 3 days} FIRE of unknown origin |

after his departure. broke out at Gregg Farm}
aa eal St. Joseph, about 11}

‘js apparent rather than real, for . : t n pp iets ce theahy. cea iadiat 7 <
th wctualrecurrent, expenditure en eae Undertaking rate of spending without some £10 Fine For been extensively repaired and the Social Evening” which will ne
for the year and I am not dis- Similar provision ‘has been Clear idea of how much it can vessel given a coat of paint. Iheld at the Y.M.C.A, at 7.30 p.m
cussing capital expenditure at the made under Head XXIX, Mis- Spend over a period of years, how Wateh Thief The “Marion Belle Wolfe”, rid- | tomorrow. :
cellaneous, Item 53, where ?t will be spent and how the ex- 1e ing at berth opposite the Customs This function was forme

oment — includes over half a ¢ ar ; ‘ .
million dollars for increased sal- $100,000 is inserted for the reor- Penditure will be financed. It is A fine of £10 to be paid by in
tries which did not appear in the gamisation of Government De- not merely a question whether we stalments of £1 per month or
original estimate. In other words, partments. I give an undertak- om an the money for a partic- default undergo three months

| the Island's recurrent expenditure 19g that no expenditure what- cwhetine a aie works, but imprisonment was imposed on
E for 1949-50 has been of the order ever will be incurred under this pear the burda ee) see can Stanley
of half million dollars less than item except in respect of proposals recurrent pee ae : none by His Worship Mr. H. A, Talma
was estimated. approved by the Legislature. capital teenies ae at any yesterday.
Last year the Legislature ap- tainly entails iencet. ne a He was found guilty of stealing
$100,000 More proved proposals submitted by some new scheme is Savmenite oo a gents’ wrist watch valued at
Government for he of sal- most all of them are desirable, ¥ whe ey — by Cpl. Philios
si gre F- ~~. aries as recommended in the most of them are highly desirable: © SCE Force.
year, the Government estima'es “Adams Report, It was made clear but very rarely have those who if Eiving evidence, to the court
iG tae Aaa an» 2* he ee that those proposals put them forward have considered }?™ ately « Rae ee
perea W rn ae oF @P~ covered only part ofgMr. Adam’s them in the light of the Island’s lying on a cart in Prince William
roximately $9.1 million this year. recommendations, and that what economy or in relation to other Street on March 26. He was nv

Elson of Roebuck Street





1 ) 0 B p.m. on Saturday and burnt eight|

re | acres of canes. |

06 ags Of HE MOTOR CAR, M.247,|
e

> are owned and driven by Dr. |

Rice Here Shelbourne Hunte of Whitehall, |

ONE thousand bags of Britisn| Was involved in an accident on

Guiana rice arrived here yester- Roebuck Streey about 8.35 a.m

day morning by the 80-ton| 0M Sunday with the bicycle G.1106

Schooner “Blue Nose Mac” which| owned by Norman Cgx and rid-|
den by Harold Cox, both of Parisi: |

Turning now to the coming

has also brought from, that colony

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P this difference of half a million... referred to as Part II of the Proposals. lying there long when a man} g99 bags of charcoal, 70 tons of} and, Christ Church,

P dollars is accounted for by an ai ; ame up ‘ es PP ags of charcoal, 70 tons of u ef

a additio \ $100 000 expected ‘tor. Adams Report had been held over Again, before we embark on iis ht up and switched on a torch) firewood and a case of ready mad¢ The front fork of the cycle wa |

§ aC vi ‘ : ‘ anv , . 4 J 5 s g ad ‘ere

+ itional $100,00 XE ‘ : Yor further consideration. anything new, we must ensure ight, : : ‘ | varments: damaged

PsCustoms and $400,000 more from “i; ctl has not been considered, that the administrative machine— _ About 10.10 p.m. the same night Arriving in port around. th ILLICENT ALLEYNE was
Income Tax. Small variations j.4° for reasons which I shall ex- 894 here I am referring to the Elson came up to the cart and put! same time as the “Blue Nose Mac’ slightly injured on Sunday

when a bicycle owned and ridden
by Clement Smith of Hinkson Gap
New Orleans, struck her on the
| knee on Tudor Stree’ about 7,20

Sunder other heads roughly bal- plain in a moment, consideration whole machinery of Government a bicycle at the side of the cart
Pa ance out. Customs revenue ib Cannot be postponed any longer. —is capable of undertaking it. [ on which he was lying. He then
}) still as difficult as ever to fore- $109,000 is a very rough estimate do not believe that it is generally proceeded to take off the watch

tast, because there are so many of half the additional recurrent realised how inadequate the pre- from his wrist When he had
‘different factors that can affect cost of re-organisation. In other sent administrative machine is to finished taking off the watch he

Me ect-as far as we.can see at words it is estim: > _ perform its functions, though (Elson) attempted to get on the
; but as far as we c ‘ words it is estimated that the Gov- there was full recognition of the bicycle but he (Philips) arrested

was the 30-ton motor schooner
“Hazel Scott” which brought from
St. Vincent a cargo of copra, pump-
kins and fresh fruit.

Both these schooners are con- | 2.'0 arep ‘
signed to the Schooner Owner re GOODMAN of Hope

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the moment, the position during ernment departments, when re- : . ( Associati | Road, reporter to the police |}

~ th i ear ¥ likely to organi a abo’ $200,000 fact in the Adams Report. As T him and took him to the Station Pe SOTTO: | the loss of, a quantity of articles

meeeromune year 19 Unhke’y organised will cost about $200,000 jaye already informed the C ; :

h very greatly fr yhat it re the t : : e Coun- and charged him. valued at $286.48 from his resi-

|) differ very greatly from wha more than at present. cil the Government proposes. to en waked } he hee G valuc $286

Shas been during the past year, The only other new item to gyamine and take action ia “th t nen asked by Mr. Talma what renada | dence on Saturday, |

or at least during the past six which I would invite attention is pe os the report. desling with defence he had to make Elson 7 ; HE CRICKET match between

ie pare aed e Y . said that he thought Philips was Courts XI and Shell ende:

| months, and the estimate is made Head XXIX, Item 50, where the organisation of Government ees ne ve 7 Buoy Moved ee ee ee ee

eee at basis. aya st ee ee Long va departments as a matter of pri- steal the watch while he w is The “Por’ Hand Buoy” whici. | The Courts XI in their fla —
As regards Income Tax, I ing of Government officers. I be- ority and this intention is reflect- * : , Meee ; | + :

aes » attenti lieve that no one will question the { j ; going to ret help to carry Philips} was formerly anchored at the en-| innings scored 181 and in th: |
would only invite the attention ed by the insertion of provision 1, 9° cate place he took off the] trance of the St. George’s Har- | second innings 58 for the loss

















’ a oj re ili ; ne f : ‘
of the Council to Table Vv om os rine’ Cemaaaet Yee ft all ea thion entlmainamioans watch. After he took off the} bour, Grenada, has been remove | four wickets declared |
pee Vauable stasistignl meer them for senior posts. Unfortun- Important watch he gave him a slight shake.| and replaced temporarily by «| Shell replied with 100 in the’r| L Si i=
ae eee the ately, training to-day usually in- The mainspring of the adminis- Senne eenempnntnatetitn as buoy, ae ing ay hen — at. the eng. of stem @
sh it 1 ana Gace oroh, eee travel and absence from trative machine is the Secretariat, 40 F W 4 is notice to mariners was} the day ad cnocked up 50 runs|
value of last year’s sugar Cr! ‘home, and it is an expensive busi- and. in a place like Barbados, - For ounding published yesterday at the Har-) for five wickets. 1 rererinoteemomees —
| was more than 50% higher than ness;'and the amount which the where there is such a high degree to, Forde of White Park bour and Shipping Masver’s Office, | | __—_.— , — =

| that of the previous year. , an afford to spend is of centralisation, it is of particu-
» There is little in the remainder ees iolow the fesre that lar importance. The volume of W&S fined 40/- and 3/- costs 10) y,, ‘ .
bi of the Estimates of Revenue that it would have liked to insert. work passing through the Secre- be paid in 14 days or one month's Ik inedFor Language . i. "
realls for any comment. I think tariat has increased many times !™prisonment when he appeared ’ ‘ ] ARRI VED RECENTL Vii
Whe only big change is the esti- Training over in recent years, and it is now before His Worship Mr, H. A, For using indecent language ©: |
mated increase from $4,000 to 4 certain amount has heen spent sadly apparent that the present Talma yesterday for wounding Bay Street a public highw:
'$76,000 in the net revenue from on training in previous years, and staff cannot cope with it. The re- Charles Husbands with a piece of | Etheline Goodridge of Beck!
Post Office. In case anyone should this is therefore not all new sult, of course, Is delays, hurried iron on March 4. Hill was ordered to pay a fine of ‘i
: “Tegard this as justifying a reduc- expenditure, but hitherto there work and the fon ctgror ge = < ; 15/- in. 14 days or in setae ~ JUDGE
| tion in mail rates I must tell the has been no general survey to anything that does not deman 15/- For Free Bus month's imprisonment by i

Council that this $72,000 is largely determine in what branches of immediate attention. It is hoped | Worship Mr. H. A. Talma yester-

Src! to. submit proposals to the Leg- day, ENAMEL |
ed in future to islature to remedy this situation Ride | The offence was eommitted o1 BRAND :

made up of a windfall in the the Service training is mos
form of special revenue expected quired. It is propos i islati
‘ 8 ; ini of early in the next legislative ses- March 25.
all training Rupert Henry of White Hall, St.

from the issue of a new set of meet the cost of

7 te oe i ne sion,
Barbados stamps in May. So much Government ctaouee feorn tle, 04 The Council will remember that Michael, was fined 15/- in 14 days

; to ensure that aa :
for Revenue vote, and thus to e several years ago a Ten Year or one month's imprisonment by









— including —

25 YEARS AGO.

vhatever money can be mad r= Hi i ; . .
Expenditure whatever gr areining is spent to Plan of Development was prepar, His Worship Mr. H. A. Talma) Advocate March 28, 1925 BOWLS — MEASURES — JUGS
The estimated total expenditure the best advantage. Creare hed forgetien it, for M the legal {are while travelling on| tes Ure eae: Ne No | '
for the year on the Current Esti- Under the Airport head the sum aioe oy’ dead ee: ae . i are he . e oo ©} teers numbering 217 under the | BASINS — STEW PANS SAUCEPANS t
mates is $9.6 million, as compared provided under erect yen a Such plans can be of inestim- Mare - ne ee © | command of Major the’ Hon, Si ! : bait s — tPANS
a Se ee eee Se F. J, Clarke, KC.M.G,, M.C.P

a : ighti rl ;
with an expenditure of $9,000,000 Expenditure for the Lighting "able value, provided that they are Denzil Martindale a conductor} @ : aaa .
for 1949-50. A detailed analysis the Runway, which has not been onstantly. reviewed in the light of the bus M—-174 said on Maren Commanding Officer, and the Ca

cord “ , > i , revoted. lt © ‘ aan on ine jets of Harrison College and Com-
a Estimates to — exactly spent, will have to be re of changing conditions, changing 95 Henry was on the bus whici| Sonemar Sled comuatinn 1
at accounts for this ;

increase ‘Was ‘aye that it would have aan requirements, and, meet iapent ~ was. going along Black Rock in Zi
a ‘ eee Ossi 00 ‘ a nging costs. e re- a oat ‘ . r pene
ee a ~ business, but ee year, but this has not been et a ee Pos See the. direction of Eagle sat. He A. Collymore, fell in on the Sa CAVE SHEPHERD { C0) utp
. OLlOV g acts ay assis -.s ’ alled ry s arel ws ‘ S y¢
ig: Seen TAS a the case. of work, and unfortunately there °° on Henry to pay his fare! yvannah, punctually at 5 p.m. « rr) .

btain the equipmen under the command of Capt. H
} ti
Reurable Members to ast ‘The original estimates was based 12. heen nobody with the time and. Henry bluntly refused to 0} pe inspected by Colonel MD |||



















eee he poms, Maeno i i qui for th 4 so. When they had nearly reach-| ]. Inspector General of Po
. s . ’ » simple equipment for the . As a result, most r | Herrel, nspector General o c
AT tat>. ccee certs’ Parton ola runway. it will be necessary to a ge ge the plan has been ed Eagle Hall he gave Henry over! lice, and Commandant of the Loca! | | 10, 11, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET
eg ie. ne warts a have more elaborate lighting es fost, to the police. Forces, who received the. salute. ]
iments, which covers rough- 4; ew runway, an ‘ )
ly the salaries of the Civil Ser- peri! 7 ae & i baad |
_ and permanent staff; a increased. ee There is one additional and |
arges, which _ includes al Subsidisation mast important reason a we
other recurrent expenditure; and Before I leave the recurrert' should now take _ stock of our |
poe-recurrent Expenditure, ae expenditure estimates I would say present and potwatial position. it }
argely self-explanatory. The one word on an item which shows there is to a ny apital devel- .
amount included in the 1949-50 1, change over the current years opment at all we sha i TRADE MARK ee

Estimates under Personal Emol- ; he item of raise loans to finance it. If the |
oo 3 amol- octimate. I refer to the 1é ra an |
uments was $2.7 million, to $1 114,000 for the subsidisation of Government hopes pace : =e
Which must be added $375,000 foodstuffs. The revaluation of ster- on the London mar









quickly relieves


















; ‘bys local market—
Which was voted as a lump SUM Jing has naturally upset commodity that matter, on the
: d as 2 g has naturally up: : d the confidence | T M, »] 7, RE SOME
for cost of living allowances, prices; and the prices of menetul> os Ca vesting public; and it can | COLD and YOU AY REOUL “ OF
making a total of just Ver most of which come from the ae po do so if it has a strong bud- | CATARRH
$3,000,000. This vear the amount Jar areas, have been most seriousl) tary position and a plan of | THESE ITEMS
under Personal Emoluments is affected. After full consideration, g¢% Jopment nee
over $3.7 million, that fs, over the Government has decided that, develop f . It clears the nasal pee
; large though bg — Total In view of what I have said. sages to remove stuffiness a... . Sa ~~
. 7 ’ ‘ : font * : = _ om
vith the Island's lanation given in : -on-
rT pe win Ae greg as this SD of the expla = ei and the distressing con VALOR STOVES—3 Burners AUTO PUMPS—Hand and Foot
revenue, it would be wiveffects of the notes re Capital Es- ditions of head colds and A VALOR STOVES—Pressure type AUTO TROUBLE LAMPS
WHAT'S ON TODAY jaa nine still not accurate- es pot for little comment. If catarrh. The patent nasal BLOW TORCHES ASBESTOS ROPE 116”
a ce dienes Gimli ok ly known, to attempt any redUc- Hevelopment and Welfare ex- application bottie is infinitely better than spray ELECTRIC VULCANISERS (STENOR) 2
mean tion of it. Though the actual pro- penditure is excluded, wae, cone or dropper, and can be carried conveniently in ELECTRIC HOT PLATES COTTON WASTE
Meetiny of Legislative Coun- vision for the, SONS Teere for estimates this, eee oe handbag or pocket without fear of leakage. (Single and Double Burners) CYCLE TYRES and TUBES
; ca. e same as the ex 7 expenditur _ : : —— ‘ 7 ‘SSO.
are oy 529. Pm. chen year, it will not be as compared with roughly $3 mil- Made by CLAY & ABRAHAM LTD., Liverpool, England ELECTRIC FOOD WARMERS CES: Aen ning
' _ of —o of Assem- enough to keep prices at their pe *=- lion for ee ae ieee fat Established 1813 . READING LAMPS BICYCLES—Hercules and Phillips
) p.m. evel, and an immediate Tis ta) expenditure this ye as been G: . Bee U4” Gi" a,’ >
F otball at Queen's Park at in the prices of most of the artuci€s rather than $1.5 million but Obtainable from all Drug Stores: 3ARDEN HOSE 2, 6” and “a HILLSIDE PLOUGHS
“0 p.m, vhich are subsidised will be to this must be added a certain ; an —_
Meh Se nennisary. amount for .equipment and yr KNIGHTS LTD., AGENTS & DISTRIBUTORS. ROB ER i i HOM L 3 D
sticultural Station Yard " Controls terials on order, or in respect o e
at 7.36 2 : 4 that is no ossi- which the Crown Agents accounts a -
: sees ome ae Salen c the have not been received. A good COURTESY GARAGE oe DIAL 4391
ee ble to make any : iat



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quEsDAY, MARCH 28, 1950
BARBADOS ADVOCATE .
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me | RARRADOS
“sr , — IN THE ASS
ASSISTANT COUR’
| X T
— FoR | cyan PRAGUE
3 UCE BROO! z IE.
memory of our dear little RE! GEOFFREY WALTON ALLEN The secretary of Deputy Pre-| MONTREA ; spiaisdsisblecantscninstasciaeakcnaie aan
gn loving RONEN MILLAR age | — cD mier Zdenk Fierli eputy Pre- MO? EAL AUSTRALIA NEW ee
grins,“ Ie died in Jesus on the 28 Rises ‘A LONG of New York, USA today the t ee toid Reuter EAN LINE)
ie 5 cols, 5° HOUSES | Acting here Def . y vha jerlinger was in M.A.2 ) :
Bch 190. emory that never sha } ES MOTT herein by ERNEST D lendant Prague and “in the very zed YY Ss. “DEV . a
/ Ser 18 the UNFURW. OTTLEY her constituted EIGHTON health” e very best of | .% DEVO. is scheduled we
mm fade A sails amie 1 28 NFURNISHED FLAT IN| pursuance of ai Attomey : | Sydney March 25th, Brisbane April 4t! £)
' js the hope that ii wi ouse, White Park. Dial ae Coomt rt "in the above ection ee: i this He was commenting on reports| S$ CNG Seas May 6th ati
ie. eet at Jesus’ feet 3 ‘ aed of February 1980, I give mu the abroad that the Deputy er oe ‘4 CITY OF DIEPPE” sails Ade- i!
together es 28.3.50- ll person give notice e Deputy Premier aide April 22nd, M i
i gree and care could decth prev FLAT—One apace, 5 — | r interest a pavicg any estate, right had been assassinated . ler | Sydney Staes tants ocr en ea ae i
Berean eS | eg Re Ne | ly inSt ata oem, imran In Carlisle Bay i been assassinated. | Shaving ar"vindaa sane isn.) |i] 31 gopoowen omnes |
qed took she liveth sti exallable April ist. Apply Mrs. J hea | nurih of Suite’ Me ee any | IN PORT: : Rudolf SJansky, General Secre-| chilled. ns ssels have ample space fo ‘ASSOCIA’ ws ; §
: our hearts ea een - Phone 4064 y Mrs. J. A eens Saint Michael in this T 4 To — Bion Alexandrina R, Sch Agents: Sch. Owners’ Associ: tary of the C ’ neral Secre-| ©"; i, hard frozen and general ca’,"« TION (INC) VF
be oe | , containing by s Islan ‘arion ‘olfe, , ‘ ‘i ni * Associatio: Communis arty. ho ‘argo accepted z i? TEL Consign sat
tT ag father, Bile ners au OFFI 26.3.50—2n rtcol thontsen ge nae nd ht = Sth. Rosie aus Someta, Se x ok keen ettian tons net, Capt Has- been assassinated wert ¥ ert ee reintien fe a vee i
and Luther | | OFFICE—Marhill nine square feet b and fift Ortae, Sch. Anita H., Sch. | Zita Rob Guiana; Agents |__ An offici j Guiana, Barbados, W pees
2 eens . St os oi : e the sam | We , Zita Robert Th official o ‘. ¥ eS » Windward &
pusdie . ih pes = Co. For Gather Nd Bo| or tare ae one bounding on sands nov Fospdens Ton, kg 4 a ee seh. on DEPARTURES Foreign Ministry lowehed art ~? F care
‘ y B 3 r particu-| satte < ’ * : e ve, Set s y is ed outrig? ‘or further a ,
2 —_ ——————— Hutchinson & Co ettes Plantation a the lands of Gre | Philip H. Davidson, Sch. Beieuben, ; . “ae Adina Mac, 31 tons net, Cant when told of vhese r : utrigat c tu her particulars apply
; - ——<—< way 14.3.50—t.f led Fnirfield R e Public Ros Atlantian. ‘Laren, for Trmidad; Agents: Sch I . e reports. FUR | WITHY & CO a
i. pee ‘OLIVEDALE", MARINE GANDES -R.| the public road called Wavell avence . ARRIVALS OSN e M Tannis | th ee weed Agents Trinidad me
; = cen ae Thee CARDEN Resto itll same aw ‘aars 7 Mariana inoggee . 80 tons net, Coot Tannis, oe dad; $$ tons net, Capt em, he scid.—Reuter. | DA COSTA & CO. LTD
a | ‘enamt, Available from middie 3.) pends he hitters. Wb. at an 9 . from British Guiana, Agents: wnars’ Association.” sciniasaibiaoaaacal Agents Rerbaos
c p " ° FE ; ns . . ————————
/ | four months. Phone eee June fo | 4 ne _ claims with their iseuen Srh. Stason Bn eee S'S. Rio Turampento, Ex e i i et —
ZZ. Phail, 265 ouments and vouchers Scott, 30 tons net, Cpt Cc . 2,572 tons net ‘nsive wer
_ yromorive 4 25.3 so.» |PY.me on any Tuesday rae Marks, from St. Vincent; Agents: Sc Ce a et, ee e
| OPRINGHAVEN” Reaoe ween the hours of 12 y wners’ Association. ay — in ., Ltd. v
, me Rockney. In good candition, | 1st . Rockley from A o'clock in the a (moon) and 2|__M.V. Marianne, hooner Sunshine R., 25 : ANCOUVER, Canadz
’ se ay The Vieal “car vor mia lst | Bungalow contai ey eANg of the Clerk niiternoon, at the Office Wencichem, from. ce eee jones oe ee for. British ee Fawndale Vesta’s re { } ss ats
if ly A. Edgehill, 3 er 2122, Pr ag . ry and kitch Appeal at the Court # ant Court o ; Musson, Son: & Ca., Ltd. 7 8 : Barbados import & Export Cc | S€Y owned t wuyew - ‘
® ». 24.8.50.--t2.n h edrooms wit tchenette: | baddest, irt House Bridgetow ss ay Beh. Yimaiine. 7 >y Bellavista Farms
3.50.—t-tn.| Garage and two wecta; ening wate e the 3rd day of May 1950. mn, .S. Spurt, 4,397 tons net, Capt Cl e, 72 tons net, Cap | Milner, B sta Farms of :
miereenece, Ai ae per@inie een e | at suph: cla May . in order | Clanessen, from Curarao; ps Sean zrke, for British Guiana; ; » BC, has bee aclare 'e
row toes 10 Hp. Tillman Mins | ae Flectricity. Ring aia, eee cucianl aad een ere oe cranked ac | tations Ltd. 20; Agents: Plan- Owners’ Association. ; Agents: Sch | the champion linus. one < |
Me Cxrenient order. Apply J. Connell ¢ qe “we of respectively: otherwi priority there. | S.S. C. G. Thulin, 1,317 tons net SS. C. G. Thulin, 1317 tons - ne! Canadien Jersey: cows. & among
77° ell, Beckwith Pla Bridge- | —————_* will be precl ‘wise such person: | Capt. Anderson, 317 tons net Capt. Anderson, for Trini . sey cows, She pro-
(@ weecome 5.3.50,—4n. | he said Dect uded from the benefit of] Rabert Thom ean St. Croix; Agents: Robert Tham Ltd dad; Agents | duced 18,930 pounds of milk :
town. en | wT Uae Neer rei aild Decree, and be deprived of at Sch. Regina iW aD, Haein: ae. had Ga | YOO s ilk in a
f ———s od 10 H.P. in good conditi' | Patil Mis adn il cli ee ie ese Am A ke A ta Wallace, e, 117 tens Henrickeen. for ‘Trinkiad; Age.ta: 5. P W YORK SERVICE
: le aie. 4008. cw 4673; D |” —— ist attend the sald Court on. Wedmes : ; from St. Lue s' Musson, Son & Co., Td. ce. S “BYFJORD Arr
te pe : ——————— obey sal ourt on Wednes aS * | See etee|
fveyn. Mc Enearey & Cos | © 2% easily earn ev the 3nd day of May 1980, at 19 IN TOUCH WIT THULIN” 7th April B }
| 2¢.3.£0-—n 5 cay area by obtaining oder: |e sing ™=™ SE att H BARBADOS COAST STATION | rer rma WTAE 2ath Apeil 1th April i
epi peeniatneaeraiinomnres . ate Christmas Cards ¢ ean at S.S. Umatilla, Chemawa, i Mir. Al um | h
Sos SS Ro | nea Sere | "getty han snd as] Rea tage an eee Cee Ati engee See wen Anthony, Hall Me. Perey Mat NEW ORLEANS SERVICE |
e. Tyres. pail | ssary, Write toda pertenc Si : mtain, S. Mateo, S. Cirilo, Sparrows lors’ . Mormachetvk, Chancel-| Meyers, ™ ’ ae. p. Rich silts sible ia sails
ne good, upholstery i i YY for beautiful zi I ; o 0, Sparrows lors Vi . cel yers, Mrs. Este yeser 3S “ALCOA R eR” 0 Arr.
i hey, en 6 nits. ple Book to Britain’ autiful fre Nik eas Ge th ye GILKES, Ponit, S. Paula, Gerona, Elizabeth, Nieu Feet pa Solsten, Sunmont, Orinoco, Maxy O'Neill, Mr ene » Mrs | et ROAMER dea N.O, B'dos
. attention. Phon' 26.2 wemost Publishers: Rey largest anc | Appeal ssistant Court ot Amstandarn. Cotticea, La. Heve. Mari Pacific meee. Vanes Apache Canyon | Clarence Lovell, Mr Oneae om ar | “ALCOA Re NNEI ath oa 6th April
ae a arvellous mi . comunissio: fora, Norton, C, G@. Thulin, Anzoatesui rims ne, Fredrika, Danvig, Mer-| Arceliia Mott y, Mi se ene | ALCOA RANGER” 1 ath Abe “ath for te
© BH Ag cone Vauxhall 10. 19 Jcnes, Williams & Cor, Dept s0:2.00-2n| | Poot Auieene inkgwand. “Eos San Sete, Dothan: Almivinhe Rate Fay, Man. Latioetot “Geagobin, “hive. Ean: Sniltce an May
1 perfect condition, 4 new tyres. Works, Preston, Englarehe 20 Victor , ene, ts ecwcme. vis, Mate. | SOUTHBOUND CANADIAN SERVICE oe eer
SB eps wth gee | OFFICIAL SALE Baris Now, Miz Colin “Nowy S|
Grant .3.50-—-2 ——-—______ . =e . arvey Schwe aon N Sai
Wi ———.. 1609 Chevrolet in good a anit NOTICE RARBADOS 7 a Mrs. Florence Schwattz, Mr Allan Goa | 8 “ALCOA Eee eine: phrrives
N CAR: hevrolet in good con i SH OF ST. JOHN IN THE m . Voilm ewart, Mr. Geo | SS “ALCOA POINTER” ’ Mareh 22nd A os
f as L—3. N pe acti As fr > JOHN HE ASSISTAN , ollmer, W/Cmdr. Fros pril Ist
itt ation seate. with Gc ward. Bron the office of the Paroens 15th, April, 1950 en (quitable juedeioe) Te A St. 'Laicia! =~ | NORTHBOUND Sailing every Fi ADE LEO
Cnmurone 91-40. John will be parochial Treasurer, St CYRIL BRUCE BROOKS AND Fer onan Taylor, Mrs. Maric T | SS. “ALCOA PILGRIM”
26.3.50 and 15th, April, only, | “° ®th 13th, GEOFFREY WALTON ALLEN aa iy, gg, atten ggg ria ow Sailing early April
’, _ R. 8. FRASER META LONG Plaintiffs ee Raymond, Miss Fila River ports. for St. Lawrence
as hee a — . “ 2 of e" Jor’ ts n =. & illiam Lister N oman =
ly POULTRY = Parochial Treasurer, Act : err Rae ok From Se By B.W.LA.L From La Guiara: aa or Apply: DAC
y cd 25.3,50.—8n, St. John, | Acting herein by ER aa , : ae r r Jamaica: Sane ome ee: ee .
" POULTRY—Pure bred Plymouth Roc! a a MOTTLEY her eee DEIGHTON Bennie Tuber: Meee: Collymere, Doreen Antone Sanz, Maria Sanz, Jacque Mrs. Reina Dill, Mr, Martin Dill, \ ROBERT THOM LTD.—New Sor Canadian Service.
1D chicks 9 days old, Phone 2990. NOTICE is hereby given that be vir Genera eee re: RAEN, Trevor . De laumin, Leonard F. Smart, Regine) (ood stig May Cummings, tis) D ork and Gulf Service.
’ of a 7 & y Virtue . v' « : , Keit wood, , ay OO . ? sitet cama
| CIVIL. SERVICE: 'ASSOCIAT ‘oi Gate She Mn taaent SoetiySt | © ohn. G, Roe a Anthony Candamo, th hott ca es
ION 1950 there will be sat iy of February | ohn GC. Rose, Pau! Sarkis, shel For Antigua; J i ———¥
Sie pepe Pins i up for sale to the; Greaves, Raff : , Shelia From Grenada: M rea Just suital . : ii
ELECTRICAL Division 2 nae Didder at the Ofice of the othe | Herbert Baie Ibrahim, Robert Davis piton.. Fancis Hutson, M.L.C nom Anberk Se Den aD oe } FOUNT a for School Children f 4
Nae eae Court of Appeal at the Allan Coil . Deoroop , Str From Antigua: Lilian Si . : ald Downs, Mss | ) - N PE :
WASHIN: IFS THE Court House, Br - the | 5 lymore, John Challenor: Mil ora é dlian Shoul ALL NS
7 TA the pias ef a tan < | Son 2 Avhich ok ting of Dis are of 13 taoesh on 3 wrieeee ae ee joa Vincent Maingot, Marie From 3 kite rete Seen! 7 oe Trujillo | , Cheap and
Ted : ! conv journed 1 ve | afternoon on Friday the 5 ; ns thal _Mrs. Sydney Steele, Mr sae |
. a ee Poathing. Simple to 0 ae | Colt tlartaeae Police Magistr Py May 1980, All that heart COR Re Gag ome enenenerrenernrenes eos ne “ Richard Plater, W.Comdr. Frost.| Steele, Mstr. Alan Steele Sune PEN KNIVES
i Price $290.00. Cash _ if ganar “| day, 30th Maroh, ieanie P.m, on T. urs a os ae situate at Prirgeld Root "ae as |
“Crodit if you want we ' . . the parish of Sait id Road
a RA Seay inant. ‘containing Aint Michae! ‘in this GOVERNMENT NOTICES. MAIL NOTICES one Dial 3301
96.2.50 n. x, Div. 9 aa four, thoustnd four hundred and T Mails .
Pi ah $ 60-1: itty nine saunre feat be the sem an O MERCHANTS AN r _Mails for Martinique, Antigua, St. i 4 ic ~~
VACUUM CLRANERG-We sell | oF less butting and be the sama more shaneationath conan ERNMENT CONTRACTORS Croix, Bt. Tyee mas, VI AUR SL. | 899%9999999999999998900-9808
t ow. or late of one Kirt M ac os ‘ S.5. clove 99% pe -
Phosnix Deluxe Silent M: T PU _ how ot Inte of one Kirton on: lends, of | account i nt Contractors and other persons having | the General Post eee ae cdot . ‘ PROPS CPPLLP SLOPE SO OPES
type, complete with accessories to dé SALES led Wuirheld hone’ ndcceesla ana on | OC al nts against the Government are again reminded that pa th eel, Seeneeee ee ts > WALL MAPS OF WEST IND ee
the cleaning in the house, Solves the public eerie aC oresnid and on| Of all such : ymen 31 aaa - p.m ‘ ON eo ws IES %
ae es _ yublic road called Wavell ave § accounts shou . > : ; on the 3ist March. Ordinary Mail . KID _ »
ia Aifeect aati” | SUGOM ee | however chee the same may Dutt ana | 1950, at the Treasury ld be claimed on or before the 31st of March, | #7. on the Ist April ieee (x eitne TUT MAGIC MUMMY 3 %
‘ you went it 4 bound, And if Pepa. ee ane ‘ s ~ S. PASSE i .
f, JOHN F, HUTSON LIMITED: CAS OTR pnt ten, old the said 2. Failure to do this will lead to delay i _ Mails for the United Kingdon by 1) 2 PASSE PARTOUT &
ee) Ue LT every succeeding Friday between the claim ad'to delay in the payment, of the, 9:9 Golfito, will be closed at the Ge 1% NOW OPEN 8
SEDO Tbe BCA. Floor Moan cHow Me eee St aad '§ JOHNSON’S ae as x
. ‘ Mode : im not less thes 7 § cel Maal ; ) the Bth
Phillips, Bonnetts, Brittons Hil! BY instructions Dated this 22nd Seta 2 mati March 1950, Rei inane Pn Gr Se Pe Le STATION ‘
s dd 8.3.50.—2 « ed M
Michael. For further information Lionel Gittens 1 are from Mr € . iy February 1950 29.90.00. n. a, Orditey mail at & ae : at 1.39 | @& al il ARDWARE %
ge C, Walcott. 22.3.50—3r | Mareh 30th at Roeb’ ell on Thursday ‘i Claas ee Ae ae GILKES, both “March. 1960 at 2.30 p.m. on the SOOOCOOOL 55566668 aS
GEC. RADIOGRAM Country Rd. the following Ae opposite | Appeal sistant Court of x POPPI PSPSPS >
5 —With Autom pointments: g househ 1 : . ee SSS
tle Record. Changer in ancallent coc. Rockennes Auoaay aris Mo ight © chairs eee ina See |} oe SSS
; aieai . é s, I s Se bid enteninensiidhitte ” ’ \
ed Auer Pron he Cushions, all in iasingahc: Wintan, The Departm RET DALEING CORREEEEIOr NOTICE Enhance Yo B
. . onr, 3 i res, , ictrola, >
aortas.” | Piura! Mahogany to “Sins | OFFICIAL NCTICE | chemicat mags agen ho magmabeambemtiye Vd ts \ sO BGRUES
——$_—— frigeré 7 , Kelvinator Re- - t le ‘ i > ‘ : ’ . To ni y
| REPRIGHRATOR—Norge 5 cub: ft. | frigerator, Kerosene: oil Stove, ee PARBADOS | tion femmndese tae : ° Brixton, pana, S.W, 2, to pass on intorma-| ,, — VACANT POSITION Ad-| )) with these ‘
working order, at Ralph A. Reand’s Auc perfect working aeained oven. (both ic \IN THE ASSISTANT COURT pa . & a nternational Painting Competition which the Com- vertised by us for a Junior Clerk, } MAXFACTOR P
) fm Rooms, Hardwood Alley. Phone | Books, Beadsteads & er). Book cases, (equitable Prior ation ppeat! pany is arranging to conduct. The competition is open to Artist has been filled. if Face Pow B roducts
\ 28. 3.50-—-2' Bo Whalintahae Molding ae eee ‘ , Art Student ; 2n to Artists, ROBERT THOM LTD | , owder Brushes
Warmer Radio, (in wor Screen, Stewart CARNETTA , ents and pupils of Schools. There is NES Vaan 7 : ae ’ | Max Factor mal ;
ae he yorking order) he INES HOLDER —Plantiff. ; 4 n no age limit but age Plantations Building nake up Blender
MACHINES — onia Clock, , An- | 5 ‘ will be take; ; : ; c p Ss ding ender,
' Dish Washing or Rhee Chothae Vezhing Cases and Mhcngc M4 See bLemig Piano | PP HELINDA ODESSA LAE SMITH The win erin nee when the entries are being judged. 28.3.50—2n. 1} ; eet Cream.
ing Machines. We have f£ sn Was!) cus to mention. Sale Vw —Defendant. ends in May, 1950, but entries will | . ) : anaieaenieneracerseeiiessmpineeninttiinemitmeensienccsars? } oney ' Suckle Cre
test here and abroad. enone, bee ae Terms Cash. errr IN pursuance of an Order i ‘to the 30th June. Substantial money rare ee ye accepted DO ———————— j ” Astrigent Four to
awa 20 years ago ae. sti VINCENT GRIFFITH | COUrt in the above action ate an a trants and the teachers of y prizes are offered both to en- ITs ) ” Ae Face Powder CAll She :
ion. ‘i ‘Auc | twenty fourth day coms s of winning entrants i . Fi 4 Shades).
the EMTAGE ELECTRICAL C spaeronees nae Aine ae, at of January 1950, 1 There is n . 7 ge iy t cy GOOD to look at! ) ’ Pan Cake make u
{| ae 4 50—2n | estate, right or i persons having any | (, o entrance fee. Entries will be judged by the Royal BETTER to cook on:! ] (all shad .
“3. - state, . ‘ + J i! | t shades
welateennn AUCTION SALE. or incumbrance affecting spears! pm ollege of Arts, London. A cup will be presented to the School sub. BEST to own it!!! ie aed
WECHANICAL LAWPDNESDAY 29th. at 1 pm. Vit Firstly all that certain piece or parcel mitting the highest standard of s CAGE. BUD- na HE COSMOPOLIT
double octal ae Brittons Hi of ae attuate at Superlative in the said Principals of School ard of work under the age of 16 years. IT’S not a riddle AN fi
shingle ce | Paris i 8 er “arsons Ww aha. t :
AGUISH PERAMBULATOR and Baby Socata tie ingle “house | PAU taining by sdmessurement. two [cbtain Entry Form a and other persons who are interested may ||] IT'S The Last Unsold 1
Yicloset, & with kitche . A 5 scriptiv. ‘ . tos - H
: twood 2173, 28.3.90—3n FALL. OF palings. TERMS CASH O} roods, be the same more or less butting formation on cane ne eee Leaflets containing further in- a Enamelled Gas Cooker {
: HAMMER.. and bounding on th “ ation e1 ar , . . om « at your Gas S Y
meee, -one Singer Treadle ‘ R. ARCHER McKENZIE. | "OW. or eh: ip North on lands | ent of Ed : either by letter or in person at the Depart- SEO WENO '
Seetent somalition, Ses hs hr N 5 é on the East ueation, The Garrison, St. Mi Wh 5
by ease 8 50 eee. enter ae el ee imbe , St. Michael: Heads of Schools ¥ not call and have a look \
; ae age ng tak 350-2 | now or late of C, Holder and on the e number of Entry Forms th ‘ at it?
______** =| West on lands now ; s they would like to have.
Aitiawe.sisphis dna nea a now or late of Fairview | 27th March, 1950
: LA tior ed to sell by auc- | Plantation or however else th , : r
NEOUS tlon on Tuesday next the 28th March at | Dust and bound ON NS a REIL EDLSS,
COAT—One W. . c try off St Stephens Chu hs s Tenan- Secondly all that certain piece or = ——_—
arm ! : \ +h, Black Rock, | cel of is t per }
‘ghteen months. Rast oat to fit child| One newly built 2 ren ‘ock, | cel of land also situate at Superlative i
. Rastwood 2173. Dine DENY Peaks eanreees atu, wish) me said parish of Saint G i A
p8.3.50—3n x9, eee "eee pailings, land aforesaid containing ocean _
OK. ay ment one rood be the same oo ,
ofa em aicie ek he sre arrive | 24.3.50.—4n. D’ARCY SCOTT. vue and bounding yey hy G Ds!!
and 3 3 Ss mos' elicious ands now or late of C. Hold “WE : 7
m yee Packaged coffee. Now avail Fast on the public road on cS enasowana por =e
4 Brocer. REAL ESTATE on lands now or late of S. Browne and . WARE, TEAKWOOD
ine 26 ..3.50—-3n — op: Che a i the ae te lands now or late of SANDAL, IVORY, ETC.
UCK TYRES — WANT A_HOU ly ‘airview Plantation or however else th
OF) cach, last cava’ = ieee Om | mee? I chad ee : \
. Dear’s Garage Ltd at this} J can sell you one with 3 1 ” nirdly all that_certain piece or par- F
“ td. Phone 2476. | running water 4 e wit vedroor cel of land situate at Superlative i '
eeu | 86. 8.50-- Bn. | land. ater tn 2 standing on 1/8 act sald parish of Saint George iy tbe THANI BROS
DEXTROSE—Is 3 bedroom ho i > aforesaid containing by admeasure ¢ é 8.
largely in om use in CITY, with wate - y admeasuremen ~
ing to augme y in infant feed-| ond electric li ees sah cne rood be the same mor less butt- Pr. V Ss e
of cow's te — tee a Dial 2947 oD a ¢ ing and bounding Darts the ae ee Wee. Hig. Street
ai ¥ ae ng and in- ands now or late of E. O. ' y
is Raeae evere ia food intake | — 26.3.50 n the Bast on the public rea heared Dial 3466 onmmen
A tin of Dextrose teat het - 3 REST HAVEN, Rockley New Road the South on lands nov. or late of the N ? ena
home. Get it from je, 1n-eve welling House with 3 roods Land. 2% ae of D, Blackman deceased and on Now is your opportunity to obte as i noe
BRUCE WEATHERHEAD LTD bedrooms, toilet, bath, kitchen, pantry. vd West on lands now or late of Fair- = hits at a reduce ‘a. s 4 ain a selection of the Tatest
6 3 50 3 2 servants’ rooms. Dial 3278 pa Fianna eee else the ‘y pay \ Teen ey a
Ce - ame may butt an und, SOME , ; —
GALVANISED PIPE - re “as 24,3.50--2n | 19 bring before me an account of thei BARBADOS ELECTRIC ) COME IN TODAY AND ii SON zi a a ‘
me ED PIPE, HERE! —Helt-.-) | LAND 3) Parahes of Land site > [gale Staten wrt Gs ta eet goo \ SOMEBODY ELSE—NOT ME Phil H
. A. BARNES & CO., LTD. . | Rrathwaite’s Gap, off Dayrells Poa! ments and vouchers, to be examined b> N)) | e a a A .. Phil Harris
é _ LTD Christ Church. Appl , fa) | me on any Tuesday, or Friday betwee )} STAYING AT HOME ;
aah Pherson, Upper Dapreta a ad Me- | the ose of 12 (noon) and 3 ovloek | i} : OME . dane tii ee *
SALVANISE — oo | in the afternoon, at the Office of th 2) A ROS y omar ; :
ph Me inch, ite, eee His pe ae 2 = Clerk of the Assistant Court of hoods. , ’ - ° dv EWOOD SPINET ; Joe Li !
Mouire: Auto Tyre Co., a, 3. & 4 ine AT the office of th acetal the Court House Bridgetown, befor: Qe BE I he A setae Tonge rag e Loss -
lead Co, Erafalaar Bt. | friday. next Sis f tile undersigned © |the 19th. day Of AOte ened acon, FOR BAST ) x EAUTIFUL EYES
eit eticeneien -3.50— n ie that s : ri 9 ve , :. .
yublic competition hat such claims may be ranked accord- J (tt ee thiiiaaies emtaae aust sek ek” ee Joe Loss
to Dae 70B9-Four English Bath Tul 7 pg es rtivel no a ET eh i ee ae F ;
r $100. L 1% ” 197 shares BARBADOS wer respectively; otherwise such 80) PRE ches secs iow vale ya tee cue ;
A. Barnes & Co. “ta. % for cash sale 129 shares BARBADOS Eco re will be precluded from the benefit of The M S , ne BLUES OF THES T othe Martin
wa. 12.3.50 t.f.n | 70 shares BARBADOS SHIPPING D |The said Decree, and be deprived of ai Pee ener | ‘i robbs rose wenn o¢ Mes Armat
GALVANISE SHEETS in 24 . TRADING CO. LIMITED. _ claim on or against the sald property Way { BLUES FOR YESTE tt Armstrong
mre Gft., 6ft. Gins. Bft. and oft pad : iy shares WEST INDIA RUM REFINFE Claimants are also _ notified that the) ) 1) = OR YESTERDAY . I ;
6 urs hari plates 1/16, ‘eee CARRINGTON & SEALY gaunt attend the, ont Ones eee Wordnet “ i i?) PROPLE ARE FUNN orereeees Louis Armstrong
. n vario s , | ree - e 4s y : 50, at 10 o'clock ardrobes, Vanitle Bed ‘ {\C) ) ‘ .E ARE FUNNIER T j c
lo Tyre Company, ‘Trafaigas seu 1 DWELLING HOUSE with 1,480 square a.m. when their said claims will be Beds, Cradles, Dining F\ eg i AV ER THAN ANYBODY .... Spike Jones
et 1,3.50—t f feet of land situate at Spruce Street, ranked Kitchen a d China Cabinet \\\ { LEAVE THE DISHES IN THE SINK
CARR'S C ee ee Bridgetown. Given wider my hand this Twenty Liquor Cases, Sideboards, Dra | SHBS IN THE SINK, MA ....... Spike Jon
CARR'S CHEESE CRISPS—Thes 2 DWELLING HOUSE with 2,200 square | f°U"* day of January 1950 ing Room Furniture, Waggons }?}) {h i a
sag Biscuits are fust. the hese visi feet of land situate at Wellington Easy Chairs $3.00 up, Pre Hh 1a
Pree ph Your drinks, g te) Street, Bridgetown. sii I. V, GILKES, Gramophones rs {4h |
oes Tin ‘A PARCEL OF LAND containing | , Ag. lerk of the Assistant Court, of — t i {
WEATHERHBAD 1 1,180 square feet situate at Wellington Appeal tT §)
Sa oe Street, Bridgetown. 28.1.50—3n. i §. WILSON sS5 1 20 ts ;
BARLEY SUGAR a s =. Tr a oars are the properties of Cam- | \ :
EY SUGAR—Fresh stock ri on L, Browne an vill be s ————————— —- Kt
et Dark aie caer were vale by’ Public Rises aatien Py a ( Trafalgar Street = Dial 4098 (I ELECTRICAL DEPT
BRUCE west , 0, 16 semen Biren Bridgetown on OFFICIAL SALE { j :
IERHEAD LTD ‘iday, 31st. March, 1950 at 2 p.m =
af For inspect f th eT aSehehe Sikes » =
we 8 | ann dain Howes two above, men- | pARBADOS:
OSE RECORDS YOU WANTED pective tenants. ; : 1N THE ASSISTANT COURT OF APPEAL
Calypso Pla here and they're keen YEARWOOD & BOYCE, (Equitabie Jurisdiction) e hn
Garp platers and’ Bing records, Run | 249.505 Solicitors. CARNETTA HOLDER — Plaintiff, Ou r erv JUS I IN
ew ‘Sisters, Maile mee ee A | 508m, ETHELINDA ODESSA BLANCHE SMITH
. ‘ ee : ‘ —Defendant
A. Barnes & Co. The undersigned will offer for sale ¢ oi A
19.3.60—t.f their Office No. 17, High Street, Bridge NOTICE is hereby given that by vir Sk .
ONE CAST a, | thele Cason BO, The wah day of | ‘ure of am Onder ot, te ote. Court illed Staff and Modern Equipment
opproie ny TRON TANK 6ft. x 6ft: x 6 April 1950, at 2 p.m. of Appeal dated the twenty fourth day 0! apy / E BOR
in. thiek pi 1350 gallons capacity, 5 The desirable Bungalow called “CHAR | January 1950 there will be set up for sale ‘ re
ole & Co., Ltd. LOTTE Ee in Bridge Gay |'0 the highest bidder at the Office of FOR
i | a Black Rock, with the land on which | the Cler of the Assistant Court of
WINES—A re 28 504 stands, containing 29 perch = Appeal a Court House, Bridgetown ? mode,
a 'S—A full stock of Wines lud property of the late Miss Char k between the hours of 12 (noon and 32 HE EA »
Alegre penedictine — 2 woe a Gaskin. eclock in the afternoon on Friday the ® SPEEDY and EXPERT REPAIRS : SE RV ICE
“ hur & Co. Ltd. High St The Bungalow contains 1 large pi fourteenth day of April 1950— . 4
a room 2 bedrooms, enclosed and op’ Firstly all that certaif piece or parce @ MAINTENANCE
Poop YEASTOR reas Lavatory and Bath Evectr of land ers at Superlative in th:
Tin ¢, —Rieh concentra’ vit ight and Government Water Supply said parish of Saint George and Island
Ohtainable Seo an ee Price te tt ML gg ere apply to Mr. O'Do aforesaid, oosttelitas by admeasurement e SPARE PARTS
‘ore: all Grocers « . aniel, dor Street. two ro e same more or less
aaa 1 N ee For further particulars and Cord) butting and bounding on the North oi: eo TYRE SERVICE
— = of Sale, apply to the undersigned lands now or late of R Smith, on the
COTTI CATFORD #. co East on the public road the South
: :, 4 ust on the ic road on South
~ 28.3.50—n | on lands now or late of C. Holder and » SPRAY PAINT
PERSONAL EEA ST on the West on lands now or late o ING
Se SU NGALONE RAE Sey Fairview Pasnesnts S* = else the
uilt . 1948, Cool quiet locality. | same may utt und . «
THE public Stone roofed Everite. Verandah. Draw Secondly all that certain piece or par- -_ See us first for seene g
fring credit axe hereby warned against | '"8: Dini Breakfast Rooms cel of land also situate at Superlative .
H (nee Al my wife MYRILE H Kitchenette with built in larder ang cup-| in the said parish of Saint George am .
myself eee! as I do not hod boards, toilet and tiled bath, 3 bedrooms | Island aforesaid containing by admeas- ;
F tlie eo le for her or anyone wh with large P and wot urement one rood be the same mor Ys
Carae, servants room toilet bath. "@ or less butting and bounding on the oS
ds now or late of C. Holge: pie

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my nauttacting any debt or debts in| Farate,
other fruit trees, law: North on lan

e un
Nened by rags by a writtet order n
end yards good condition. Insvection on the mn ee the public road on thr
South on lands *:ow or late of 8S, Browne

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Draggon’s Alley 4520. 8 to 4. 28.3.50—5n | «nd_on the Wet on m.nds now or !at-
Speightstown, ——— of Fairview Plantation or however else
St. Peter the oe may butt and bound is
26.3.50—2n wv nirdly all that certain piece or parce, . Sf
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PAGE EIGHT



Bailey Hopes To Visit

India And New Zealand

(From our London Correspondent)

McDonald Bailey, the Trinidad sprinter
ed Great Britain in the 1948 Olympic ¢
final has decided in future to concentrate on the 220
He will however defend his 100 yardsAAA ti

event

LONDON, March 22.

the White City in London later in the summer.

McDONALD BAILEY

B.G. Defeats
Trinidad 1-0

(Barbados Advocate ( orrespondent)

GEORGETOWN, Maigh 27

sritish Guiana won their first
of the five series of the soccer
test at the G. F.C ground Bourd
today beating Trinidad 1~—@.
ree crowd including the
Governor Sir Charles Woolley
K.C.M.G. was present. B.G
scored cight minutes before th
half time whistle when Desmond

Marks netted from close range .
Parson Was cheered for brilli-
ant full back The tw

remait t played o

play
k are to
yvednesday and Friday
The teams were: —
Trinidad- Gonsalv¢
rouveia; Charleau
Hind
nroe

Baniera; Smal})
Brathwaite:
Marks, Thomas,

Parson
Grif

Hamel

Joseph
Carr,



I Nurse
Wilshire Parks,
Haley, Harris,
and DeSousa

W.I. Must Put Best

Foot Forward
At Worcester

our



(Fron London Correspondent)
LONDON, March 27
Financial success of the We
Indies cricket tour of England may
well hinge on the display they
can put up in the opening match
at Worcester commeneing on May
6
This view was expressed by Pay
Landsberg, who has recently re-
turned to this country from Ja-

maica, writing in the “Evening
Standard” to-day He says that
by the time vhe tourists reach
Worcester the West Indies Board
of Control will have laid out well
over £1,000 in travelling expens-
es, £1,200 for clothing and equip
ment and £650 f hotel expens-
es in addition to £5 per play-
er per eek, which vhe West In-
diar 1 receive a spending
mon¢ It is therefore essential
that West Indian put their
strongest side into the field at
Worcesver,” he say ~(By Cable)

Best Swimmers
For English Channel
Championship

FOLKSTONE







At least 20 of the y i's proved
be vimmers will challenge the
English Channel in a spectacular
world chan pionship next August

4S great cros Channel wim-

maig race is being organized by
the London Daily Mail hi
aiready captured the imaginatio:
of the athletic world

The newspaper will pay

$2,800 for the first man t eac
the Dover beaches

$2,800 for the first woman; and

5700 for every othe; competitor

and

0 Compietes the swim
Swimmers from the United
States, South America, France

Belgium, Holland, Egypt, Greece,
Australia, South Africa hav
already accepted the challenge A

mber of di tinguished British

mn Vil also compete

E. H. Temme, a both-way

channel conqueror, will super Vise
the race Headquarter
established in Folkestone and
ther nearby coastal towns will
provide training facilities —JI.N.S.

| They'll Do It Every Time

| "THE GEARS AND DYNAMOS DON'T
BOTHER COTTERPIN A BIT WHEN HE'S
AT THE BOLER FACTORY:

ON THE PHONE

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YEP.YEP CHIEF...
I HEARD YoU «. EP.
YEP GET FRITTERMAN’S

mer

When I met him in

1elt better. He is still rec@iv-
ing treatment from a Harley
street specialist for an injurec
groin muscle but tais has no.

prevented him commencing light

training.
Not unnaturally, the

Mac recalled the final of

I was still suffering from a pullec

thigh muscle,” he said, “but they
; were

wrong.”
the whole story.

An Abscess

And he told

“I had been running in Brad-
ford the week betore the Olym-
abseess broke out

pics
under

and
my

right arm,” he said

“I had to go into hospital to have

cut out and then I ran again
} tie day following the operation
That was a big mistake. The gas

used in the anaesthetic was still

11 my system, and I felt terrible.
When I got back to London a

lend invited me to spend

pet back into form again I wen

Lancing and began to fee
better but then | caught a bac
cold whieh shifted to my ches
“nd when the day of the fina,

ime I was far from well.”
Mac said that although he went
into the final full of fight, when
he tried to call on. his extra re-
of energy he found the
effort was just too much.

irves

“After forty metres 1 real-
ised that I would pbe beaten
but when I tried to pull out tha,
little bit of extra I found thai
instead of closing up on the

rest of the field I was making
absolutely no impression o1
them. Instead I ould fee)

them all drawing away from
me. But,” added Mae with i
wry smile, “I was in a wonder
ful position to enjoy the re
mainder of the race.’

Now virtually free of all physi
al ailments, Mac is looking for-

vard to a successful Summer, His
eclsion to concentrate on the
20 yards has been made because
feels that this will impose
‘ess strain upon him His early
raining will consist of building
‘p Stamina for the distance and
hen shortly before the A.A.A.
hampionships he will concen-
trate for one week on fast start-
ng. By adapting these methods
believes he will have every
hance of retaining his title foi

the fifth year
Record
Mac also has hopes of lowering
the British record for the 22¢
yards, This year the White City
track has been alter “d so that the
Inal 1380 yards of the race is rur

ve straight course. This means
that only one bend and not two
OW confronts th runners and
his should certainly lead to fas\-
er times

At the moment Mace is trying
9 decide about a couple of invi-
lions he has had to visit New
Zealand and India. He has beer
isked to attend the Asiatic games

vhich will be held either in Bom-
Delhi November, and
the following months, he has

veen invited to the New Zealand
Centenary Games.

If accepts either
these invitations he will
| not start competitive running
ver here until later in the sum-
in view of the long season
1 will face him
it like all West Indians in
England Mac has another interest
Vhich promises to keep him fair-
'y busy during the next three or
four months. He is a keen cricket
an and will be watching the West
Indies matches whenever possible
What an asset he would be
voundary fielder.!

Table Tennis

Karla Leads

In Division 2

In the first round of the Inter-
Club matches played last week,
Barla was in the lead The resulis
were as follows

ne or

both of
probab-

B

as a

Y.M.C.A. I. 2, Carlton 1

Everton I. 2, Abbey Maries |

Shan kK 2, ¥.M.O.A. i, 1
“at 2, Everton I, 1





4“ 3, Broakiyn 0

Cathedral 3, Y.M.P.C. 0
\bbey Marines 3, Shamrock 0
Y.M.C.A. IL. 1, Waidrof 1
Brooklyn 3, Everton IT 0
Perla 3, Y._ M.P.C. 0

Y MG.A. 12, Cathedral 1

Repinvered US Parent Ofte

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who represent:
ames 100 metres
yards
tle o:

Londoi
this week he looked in fine form
and he told me that he had rare-

talk got
around to the 194% Olympics anc
the
160 metres dash. “People thoughi

me

a

‘ days at Lancing to try anc]





|FOR THE LUVVAMIKE,
\GAN'T YOU MAKE THOSE
KIDS KEEP QUIET FoR
ONE MINUTE? THIS
IS BUSINESS!

a ee

saw Spartan
football fixture.

for Spartan who

|

while Ishmael and Tony Hayne:
sent in one each,
College's defence, which

to. end,

Sparta: scored twe gouls before
half time aad the other fowr after
resumption, Of these, Waleot
at centre forward
at inside sight scored two each

SPARTAN DRUB
COLLEGE 6-0

HIS Excellency the Governor and

among the spectators at Kensington Oval yesterday who
defeat Harrison C,

The school boys proved themse
played a very f

and Jenson ly seored

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Mrs. Savage were
lege 6—0 in a first division

‘ves definitely no mateh
conceding a corner. With

score at 2—0, half time was taken.
On resumption, Spartan prompt-

» Score to 3—0.

was

fair during thé early stages of the

game, was considerably weakenec
during the second halt.
the first half, the boys’

easily repelled

During
few
attacks on Spartan’s goal were!

The seeond half |College got in one.
found them always in their own/|

goal area, in a fight to stop the

pressing Spartan forwards.

The Gollege backs,

Spartan, faking the field wit

ten men, began the attack
College who were defending thc
North goal.

on

Play had not long started whea

Ishmael, Spartan’s inside

left

made the first attempt from close

up at scoring. He kicked weil
but into the safe hands of College's
custodian.

This was the beginning of things
as Spartan soon after got their

first success, made possible by a
fine forward movement.

Ishmael at inside left netted
his one. The bal] was first pass-
d by Waleott at centre forward
o Reece on the right wing who
mmediately centred
shmael, following up nicely, wa
in place to kick through the open
bars,

Some minutes after, Spartan
dvanced their lead, making the
score 2—0. This. indeed was an
easy chance at scoring for centre
forward Walcott.

From mid-field, the ball reached
College’s full back Williams who
failed to cleat. Walcott was on
him, took possession and scored
after beating the goalie.

College's forwards

made a
valiant try at scoring shortly after,
but Harris in goal anticipated

well and took the ball on his legs,

Chandler Congratulates
Government

@ from page 5
for building in this Island. How-
ever able an officer may be he
cannot estimate accurately with-
out detailed drawings and in the
case of large construction these
require time and qualified staff.
For the inaccuracy of the @sti-
mates for the school building
programme the administration
must share the blame. As a rider
I should add that in other build-
ings for which he has been
responsible, such as the Speights-
town Library and the Queen’s

College Science block not to
mention the Pine Housing
Scheme — the work has been

completed within the estimate.
But apart from other reasons,
the Government owes a debt of
Bratitude to the present holder
of the post for the very consid-
erable amount of work he has
done on the invention and devel-
opment of a new building
material, which may well save
the Government and the popula-
tion of this Island large sums of
money in years to come, Meg-
crete is at present only used for
houses in the Government houd-
ing scheme at the Pine, and li
all new building materials it wif)
probably take time to establish

itself with the public; but there Point

is every hope that it will prove
itself a most satisfactory ané

economic material for this type "either

of construction,
Token Vote
The only new item in the cap’
tal estimates is a token vote of
one dollar for the extension of

The Weather

TO-DAY

Sun Rises: 6.00 a.m.
Sun Sets: 6.11 p.m.
Moom (Full) Ajpril 2
Lighting: 6.30 p.m.





High Water: 12.20 a.m.
11.26 pm.
YESTERDAY

Rainfall; (Codrington) .04 in.

Total for Month to Yester-
day: 1.93 ins.

Temperature (Max.) 82.5° F

Temperature (Min.) 73.0° F,

Wind Direction: (9 a.m.) E,
G pm.) E

Wind Velocity: 15 miles per
hour.
Barometer (9 a.m.) 30.008;

(3 p.m.) 29.916.





___By Jimmy Hatlo |

i ea LOAD. OF THE BIG
| MAN AT HOME=:*OH, BROTHER !
WHAT A DIFFERE




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again !



however, |
did much to save a worst defeat. |



Tony Haynes, who during first
half was playing at centre half.
was now removed to left wing.
From this position, he netted the
third goal, having received a pass
right across the goal from John-
son at inside right.

Spartan scored again before
Inside-right.
Johnson, who throughout

whole match had displayed un-
tiring endurance and good fo m.
took this shot.

He scored trom close ran-e with

| of the goalie,

A clever bit of inter-passing be-
fore the goal mouth saw the ift’
goal go up. Johnson agai:
scored, having received a pass
from Cadogan. The scoreboard
then read 5—0.

At this stage
Scored rapidly.

the sixth from a melee in Col-|

lege’s goal area.
End of play found the score at
6—0 in Spartan’s favour.

| The teams were: —

|

College:— Smith, Ford, Squires,
Storey, Griffith, Simmons, Reid,
Williams, Talma, Morris, Med-
ford.

Spartan:— Harris, Gibbons, Med-
ford, C. Gittens, Haynes, Cadvo-

gan, Reece, Johnson, K. Walcott, |

Ishmael, Banfield,



Girls Battling For
Softball Championship

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)
BELIZE |

The Softball Girls’ teams are
battling for the 1950 Champion
ship Cup. The Texans, coache. |
by Caston Sebastian, a member ‘of
the Royal Bank of Canada stat
ure leading followed by the Rexai |
team. |

the General Hospital. The Goy-
ernment regards this as of such
urgency as to justify making an
exception to its decision not to
embark on new schemes. The
work will, of course, take time,
but it is desired to get ahead with
the preparation of plans without
delay,

The Estimates as submitted to



eer

ast game from beginning |

the

another goal, taking tiie

the | beycott decision

a low powerful shot to the rignt |

goals were being |
Walcott got i}

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the Other Place also contained
a vote to authorise to proceed
with the preparation of plans for
a new General Post Office, with
office accommodation for other
Government departments above
it. A vote was included in the
1949—50 Estimates for the prep-
aration of plans for Government
offices, and on the authority of
this vote, and because the Gov-
ernment regards this scheme
as one of urgency, it iny
Lewis, a qualified
prepare preliminary plans from
Which he could Bive a rough
estimate of the cost. Mr. Lewis
has intimated his willingness to
undertake the work at the mini-
mum fee that a qualified archi-
tect is allowed to charge
be wondered why
decided to employ
architect for the work This
was, of course, fully
considered, but the Government
Architect pointed out that he had
the time except by}
sacrificing other work nor the
qualified staff necessary; and
moreover, as he is leaving very
shortly, he would not in any case
be here to Supervise the work
However, as the proposal has not
been approved by the Othe
Place I will not Speak on it
further.
Most of the other items in the
‘apital Estimates are revotes for
schemes which were authorised

alse
ited Mr
architect, t¢

It may
Government |
an outside |

last year, but which for one
reason or another have not been

completed, The principal excep-
tion is housing. It is felt that
the housing programme cannot
be allowed to come completely
to a_ standstill, though the rate
of progress will have to be
‘ppreciably reduced Similarly
the road programme has been
cut very nearly in half

In conclusion | would say that
the Government is fully alive +
the importance of Strengthening |
the foundations of its develop-
nent structure before adding to
it further. This w
task during the



ill be its main
ensulng year

eee

BARBADOS AMATEUR BOXING
ASSOCTATION

Announce their

FINAL ELIMINATIONS

N HIGH SCHOOL STADIUM
Amateur Championships

AT THE MODER
For West Indian

on Monday April 3rd at 8.30 p.m.
At SANTA MARIA HOTEL, GRENADA

Selected boxers leave by

See our local Cha
bados against
West Indies &

mMpions defend
contestants from
British Guiana

Watch the dark horses who have nothing to lose and will be
in there swinging to displace those provisionally selected

CHAMPIONS
1. Victor Love)
2. Sam Kin
3. ley Bowen

Six Rounds each. There will
round bouts.
Reserve the date

PRICES: Ringside $1.00

plane on Friday, 7th April

Livingston Bishop
“Sugar Ray” Goddard

CONTENDERS
Raglan Gittens

also be three supporting three-

MODERN HIGH SCHOO!
Bar, Music Refreshments.

Ringcirele 60«

| bonds and government

| These figures are contained in the |

ted by Donald Gordon, C.M.G.,, |
| President, and tabled in the House |
of Commons to-day by he}

Jordan Boycotts

| Arab Talks

In Cairo
CAIRO, March 27.

the Arab League Council here
Premiers from Arab State:

| Arabia, Syria, Lebanon and Yemen—<
Council meeting, which began on Saturday
seventh member of the Arab League.

The agenda was reported to in-

| clude the Palestine Question, pro-
posals for the internationalisation 2)

Egypt, I aud

3]

are a tending

Palestine Tordan

Egypt's proposal

t
to

Lebanese economic relations roepgaavte

to the Council meeting.
Council, meeting

The Jordan Minister to Egypt |
Bahaeddin Bey, who disclosed the |
to the
was understood to have given the | invite
following reasons: F
r a) The violent anti-Jordan
} campaign in the Egyptian
Press over reports tlgt Jor-
dan and Israel were nego-
tiating a secret agreement

The

the “A}!-Palestiné”
| ernment to send representatives.
| The Arab League

delegations,
Jordan's boycott.

accuse King
designs.”

-ontinued to

lah of “sinister
rhe

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and after payment of interest on |
vance

TROPICAL
SUITINGS!

l00% WOOL

aq
there was a deficiency of $460,497. |
pm

Company’s annual report, su t- |



Minister of Transport
Freight traffic in 1949 contrib-

’ 55,172,073 in revenue, a}
ad $1,374,697 cx rn 60” wide—S$5.24 a yard
wit . evious year ois , 5 ‘ te
Soa iolliets the effect oO in Grey, Fawn, Beige,
trade restrictions resulting from Brown, ete
dollar shortage Export iT
Canada decreased by 34,362 ton sndiceil
and imports to Canada by 42,6% ! ] 1 ;
tons,” states the report (KN i\ '
Operating expense iltl hs
mainly controlled by the number } § Bese wnameiiines wsbuae
of voyages rather than he

tonnage of the cargoes, reflected
decrease of $738,006

The fleet comprises ten vessels
with a total gross tonnage of
51,073, and a total deadweight |
tonnage of 56,115. The number of |

are even cheaper than pre-

devaluation prices.: Don’t

miss this golden opportunity.



i ’ avoid
completed voyages in 1949 wa: Buy a suit now and avo
65, the same as in the previous
year disappointment.

The balance in the vessel re lati
placement fund at the end of the | VISIT
year was $3,941,939 and the self | r "
ipsurance fund totalled THAN Bros
$2,048,545. .



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Rice Delegates
Leave Barbados

The three-man delegation fron



British Guiana’s Rice Marketing

Board who were holding talks in |

Trinidad in connection with the |

long term rice contract with | Pe
particular reference to the price |
of rice, arrived in Barbados oj The Food
Sunday by B.W.I.A and left}

yesterday after having imilar |

talks with the Barbados Govern-
ment |

The delegation comprised Mr
De’oroop Maraj, Vice-Chairman of

of TODAY



B.B.C. RADIO
PROGRAMMES

TUESDAY, Mar

7 d.m, The News, 7.10 a N
Analysis, 7.18 a.m. BBC Northern Lv
Jand Light Orchestra, 7.46 I
ally Speaking, 8 a.m. From the Ed
rials, 8.10 a.m. Programme Parade
8.15 a.m. Souvenirs of munic, 9 r
Close Down, 12 moon The N¢ 12
»p.m. News Analysis, 1215 p.m Ac
cordeon Interlude, 14.30 p.m. Tip T
Tunes, 1 p.m. On the job, 1.15 p
Radio Newsreel, 1.30 p.m. John |
Band, 2 pm. The News 2.10 p.m
Home News from Britain. 2.15 p
sports Review, 2.30 p.m Ring
Curtain, 3.30 p.m So
4pm. The News
ervice, 4.15
Richard Hanny,
Players, 5 p.m. Incidental
Fauve, 5.15 p.m Program
>. 30 p.m. Generally Speaking
Sandy MacPherson at
6 pm. Johann Seba
The News,
7.15 p.m
ter



28, 1950





Your ig Parade
4.10 p.n The dail
P.m. The adventures of |
4.45 pon Montinatr

the Theatre
tain Bach, 7 p.t
7.10 pin Ne Ana

Westward Ho I
rom London, 8 p.m. Radio Ne
pu Souvenirs of Music
The News, 9.10 p.m. Home N
Britain, 9.15 p.m. On the job, .
BBC Midland light Orchestra, 1

7.45 p.t



The storyteller, 10.15 p.m. Dance Music
10.59 p.m. Pipes and dru 10 45
Report from Britain, 11 The New



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that’s wh

children

their right to represent Bar-
the French, Dutch, British
Will there be any upsets?

(Bantam)
(Welter)

(Light)

STADIUM

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} lov rcottecd the eT ing |
The Jordan delegates to-day boycotted the meeting of |
the |
Jordan is the
for the annexation of Arab

to invite

t Arat «AT Saleetina

of Jerusalem, Jordan's attitude the Arab a ee
' br Zees Government in raze

wards the fate of Arab refugee ; rnme ;

pag a recent rupture of Syria- which King Abdullah of

Jordan refuses to recognise
representatives

without
Council | Jordan, later formally decided to
Gov-

Political
Committee, consisting of heads of
is meeting to discuss

The Egyptian Press, meanwhile,
Abdul- |











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the Rice Marketing Board, Mr provides f
H. P. Bayley, Manager of the |
Board end Ee R. Eo tevle a strength
Executive on the Board,

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Syrian Premier Khaled E] Je $7
4; Aze asked whether he consid- 8]
| CNS Revenues: cis, attitude as tanta { — oe |
mount to withdrawing from the }
D crease Arab League, said “it has not
e come to that point yet. We ean } it R & ( \
OTTAWA. forget the past, but oo tay by
Ovmeting peenia b @ pee ot are ee eae treaties | 10, 1. 12 & 13 BROAD suiting
4 n Nationa ndies : ca ee ee 1}
| Soounsttion Limited amounted| With Israel excey u preerse
to $6,595,007 in 1949, a decrea
from the previous year ol
$1,369,712. Operating expenses!
we » $6,582,608, a decrease of
$738,006 The operating pront| |
was $12,399, a decrease of $631,706,

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PACK SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE / HENRY TDBSPAT, MARCH a, CARL ANDERSON 'SSSBBL./* CL k TS MICKEY MOUSE %  %  i si/A I "J-8 S'S *.v>S JC =_ lN T-B3E W A_%N5 ^A3f NJ JwOE 3 r JESS -=' "\^ % %  — %  BY WALT DISNEY %  .. v BLONDIE CHIC YOUNG %  %  VCXO ) f •\ %  k II. I AVMI.A I'll*II..1.11. of liltII..I II. OOOO OAV TO VOUf ONI SMALL SHANDY f^ 1 '-FO ONI SMALL OIIL AND TWO LA*>t FHE LONE RANGER %  BY FRANK STRIKER BRINGING FATHER GEORGE MC.MANUS %  '• SO OUST "W'F IM W CCW rPOUSLE VVSeN 1 i or..,. IT TOMW CO'- CHANGE ACT DM RIP KIRBY A* HAM I MUrm KB. ioCO ^ ^ T, RXSOw TCO BAS'I 1 *' s CC* \ ""-flg NOA ARC-, s, MEAN -Cu \ sSCK ,^A P6ACQC* NAKX-ACES •.*. ) I,THE CO a ALL GAA< ( SA" AHATI PAST*.' BY ALEX RAYMOND CT scwi c (ioi STOPoacoL''.' I #^l* *TA. H.1CUTTA P TWJ BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES rwn6.rM DRINK AND ENJOY / ^RVAN'S aun> aM IM ^ ""MI %  * xuoratffeiea, Haliborange THE NICEST WAV OF Itnti HALIBUni.EROIL The Sign of the SkwUny The house with ibning viodsm rifoUlM .i oman i ridt in her home. And n\ m> nj work to keep your v\in•. clejn Wnh a soft cloih rcaJ \otnc 'WmJolciu u>c: ,; ie glass and lei il dry. then CLARKE'S "BLOOD MIXTURE" Cleanse the system from blood impurities ; many sufferers from rheumatic aches and pains, lumbago, neuritis, pimples, boils, sores and minor skin ailments, can derive great benefit from this well-known medicine. >• LIQUID or TABLET FOAM polish i.ghiK ihais J|| ihu'i needed IO make vour -pa'klc and keep sparkling I never before. Even greater economy— big cir lui'l and sparkling performance it IH... WINDOLENE *>V> yVorld's Supreme BISIHTS fiom, BR ITALY new Carr's Biicuits are iflln on tale throughout They are as good as ever, and we hope soon to be able to make larger ,h, p ments. Small Ca %  OH ouuundint • .. i com for I, effj and mktl in H n,„ Monouni ixis >p.micmfruni-uh. c l-u*illiiuoc" i'aii wisdom. r TM MU4lCTi*IIl m .,' IT'.".:• Id! M .omfon H* -r:-Ii Big ti %  t**inj ma riM j4MMM| 4W CARR& CO LTD.CA RL^TF^, J Obl.in.bl. From All Dnif M.d D^t..,.i Sl ^. MORRIS ?.'! FORT HOY \l I. \HAl.t l** Phone 2385 Distributor. Phone 45


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,, I gDAT, HAW li (S, 1*50 BARBADOS ADVOCATr PAGE FIVE Chandler Congratulates Government ,££ZZ KIIUV Ill \ \. .. %  M < Baa Wrdnesdsv ^d estimate yicitl ?hlf mmor CMes * apparent discnmwork wm auapended on Q uiereforo mauon. The salient poinu thai I Jtrt-fall of $100,000 o S P Z Ji ,h S ?""* %  teS^ST^.Trat ''" ££offset b> .... imdeiHMtoato ucn n ca ^f M *•" i sterling area and mu Kite clear nf the violrf from Income Tax ..nd "•mind Honourable Mtrnberi fore do evervthinji possible to con. lna1 form of the serve dollars, and secondly thai' we#d lne JSrtflRurrt have mi:.. uld be entirely tmpnctli rlglnal esPicked out—are for the most pan * % %  members of the *terl" ommodauon t ' lowered The otticor in charge of ork wai :.,< %  Governsnent id I should IUH now that the .ujimmst ration has the fullest confidence In hU and Integrity. The pri i iing against each nf The items In this ye.i: tut ihe i.overnment ttlU Intend! to build these iv Ut'vision due to the increased cost : %  Ith the exeeulh "nount they earned —lioni of the few items which 1 't"i-• Position to say ho %  nail mention now I think there dollar Barbados earns. H is no provision for new expendi?, *"' **% lo *t exact Inform.. inifl !" "— %  llon But the amount , rtouta remind the ' *. her dollar expenditure n> actoui • — .... s..,, . M "a. and the We.. Indies, and th al .',: ,'",?"' .L"-" M expenditure on Nursinn and an "?•" Inlny ctor5 surh *U>""•'" SCI ' liuw tuaSin S'2*. b ^ ,ww n Canad and "•' West Indies which cannot be left lurr "' nee in this urrcnt Estimates. 1I.111111..11 Krpol 1 I know quite well i: : is ntM under UM a special relationship batweei Qeueral llu.piui bsu 01 expenNo h America, particularly Ban Condensed Milk Arrives laaeianne" %  milk, potatoes ano onions among Its cargo from Amlerdani The Marianne." u been chartered bj S. P MUasOB, Son \ Co Ltd. It lef moon foi %  %  11 arrival York it brought Golden Maize, ranned ilsh and fruit, foodstuff. auto p %  I) 1 sid's lucal Messrs Robert WHARF Bl S\ vice increased, but tin .,. lal j. „ •ere m .... — — —-... IIIK provision ..... ,,# ^„ nlln ..,K„ A^V, ,n ln e case oi & 1' '• %  "' %  % %  m he urSt neeesT.iv (or T ?" h America m.kR, ..: eludes •> .TTtiTKSS ? ""* %  """n whatever ll the n SS^wet. ptw^lin, what %  f ?T' U '","' !" ^ lr • need f,„ ..nglnalh .., „„"" ' """' '" "-"• ">h"Jenn dollars UJ mater to^Tand also the sum o( $Bt: --"ill action, day than it has -H.; the tafiglllltiin .is kepi busy. Many carts position to do so. L 'Hied the whaxi ltd* %  %  senoo) building cargo of wood ana coali he Qorenamanl Ar, ichooner D*ortac which arrived on tUirde] ..v for larger buildings Lighters wen than what the Government usual' with varying cargoes which were "y puts up. but also for u type of taken to and from the till that are now In the harbour. At boo representing ., eihola yaai-i u " ,t 1 ,. oincr hi lu ll w clear s*ieiy assumed thai control of Sfcrencc ^ut the report thai some doUar expenditure wUl %  tes. On the other hand, -uuitional recurrent expenoiturc camnue. It will be Oat aim of thu the ren-nue ilgures include %  sum % %  necessary, and it would have J$S75.0OO. M-presenting uicomplole picture of c n \ r . is operated fairly BV Govenunent to ens M control is operated hk0 the best interests of the tllaj No Margin hlch was new to the Island. He was also estimating for work done by contract instead of by direct labour. Cube Basis To have prepared con previoi. * expenditure position .-. These two nothingtx-en imcrtea in the Esjigures $880,000 under expenditlmates. Uovernrnent hopes to be J375.000 undei I position very shortly to subI said at the beginning of mv mu-t therefore be si U gntlatttN IU proremarks that thu twdgel sail for action on the Halhnan h " new exilepoii. and with one qualiUcation pendiiun... %  ccomTbt revl l" 1 live U unaenaking to the Pnied by any proposal |fl 180.000; Council that this sum of *52.a0U cr(l *d taxation Tin. from ih! htlad m the Estimates will not a Phes both to the current and to 000. reti'f %  • spent except on reorgani.suJ{J e -"apital Estimates Although for the (>:• % % %  km piopoaaLs approved by ihe "* hudgjot ii belai a llgure of S9.0OO.OO0. which hapU-gislature. The onlv imaln pens to > %  ^ndindmiaouuhionwith. I will consider Itself .uthor0 n f e^nue^'V' S = th. vote for ten,VoottaJdy "anv Cov^nn en, ft reeent world conSSei oc found neca ,: upon, or to continue, a high \n Undertaking rate of spending without Siiiiil.ii prnVaston nas been clear idea of QOW mil M. .,. x\,x. .1%  i"1 % % %  • 1 11 .Mil I* spent and bo SIOO.0110 is inserted for the reorPei^'tiire will be financed It 1 that ihe detailed drawings in advance Id nave involved not a few : many monthand would also have leyuKe.; trained staff, which he had not got. In addition to all this there busy repairing -hing boats. the origin! expendi*.-.: %  gpenditure lure .it the %  uies which did n< : %  (,llars less than simi.iillO More now to ihC %  . %  \ .. $tl.ii million as comI %  a million I : %  1 to fore%  ganisation of Goveanment i>o!" onth ->i ,,nd ,h<1 mo: mder this Kt>pairtul Schooner Sails Todav AFTER undergoing repairs here considerable incren :s: th,,* months schoonc, costs of wages ai will sail to-day for BrtUafa The "Marion H. ed here on December 22 with cargo wiucn it quickly discharged. It was next taken on 1 the boiI K. it \\.i> i>erthed in the inner bail ^ iMMng reibers have beat the daofc .Hid hull The %  tern has been eaten %  %  mg at berth opposite Uv with its b0* I tread) urpe* .lana in aDOUl after his departure materials since the estimati were made, as well as modifications of the original design*. %  without Interest that | cost of the classroom block ol worked out on a cube basis, ha) normallv allowed • On I'age K C10 Fine For Wateh Thief desirable, arise as recommended in the most of them are highly desirable; tepert It was made clear but very rarely have those who Me that those proposals put them forward have nly part ol^Mr. Adam's them in the light of the on th^t basis As regards 1 In giving evlde dd that he wai 'rT'rVla'tion to Othl %  J id ^ rr ^ expendltwa but Mthnrto there workjnd .h. mg tncilil in what %  -"*• <•' mm Jb mU proposal* to the Leg%  MegUlativeses. departments as a matt' 1 tins Intention ed n the Insertion of provision steal the watch while he war ry 1'hil ok off the watch k Off thl -gilt shake d no one Will Question th < llty nnd importance of f or $100,000 in the Estimates. Government staff to fit them for senior posts. UnfortunImportant %  mining to-day usually inThe mainspring of tr %  ..vel and absence An .chine u the Secretariat. A4\i \; \\ luiiulitiC anand ma place like Barbados. "Mi/" TOr OIIIMllllfi nessi'ond the amount which the where there is such a high degree ,..,..,„ ,:, ..flord to spend is of centrulisation. it is of particuGovenuneot I much %  vould have liked to insert. 40 **K*EL* w'orllTSrXth^gh tne U Secre: be n anv lime* imprisonment when he appeared T.V. M UL ll'* !" !,!,. \4 U S TminiHil OTm^'",T",'"• Mr. HA. s&TajsWeV**3raa i I.000 Baga Of Rice Her. ouaand bags of Bi tUsn Gaiana nee arrived her day monnng by the 80-toi. Kluf Nitr Ms*" which srmcsttav niin NiM-r Rgac 11 fresh fruit. 1Mb Uv %  March 15/*For Free Bus Ettde Ll .^I CC ^ '^.r^tnal ^^ Council will remember that SZfJFS? nSd. Sff-4 *~" a %  Y "' Mi. I \|iiililure ire Iho bost a^%nigc. ... T^ Pln ol IKvflopm.'i.t s prfpurMi. Worship Mr. II A. Ti I, for training is !P" !" ^ „ would nol |„. surprising if >,.strday when he (allnl to members had forgotten |0 6 is. SJTIWW "".'.k".'"i,'.T.,. ,ln havi< beei bU.„T" btaui 11 %  :moei nw %  .—.. It. tor 11 thaCu. remained largely a dead let iriesUntablc lie light of changlni anl nf all changli ad unfortunate original estimates was; based be€n nobo ,i % mple equipment for the do ne work A s a result ,.id runway, It %  • be necessary to h(1 vaiue of ,he plan ha* been Pmta T have more elaborate lighting facllilwrt> Ik ,.n the new runway, and the ,i!,t will almost certainly bl .11 ased. Subsidisation racurrerl ,. estimates I would sa> I %  argcU self-explanatc ,., an item which shu* '' : White Hall. Si la 14 days as prepai A pa Grenada Buoy movtd Dd HUiiy win-. il the en • remove and replaced u i | %  %  l I FinedFor*llsaingaage' real ,i publk %  %  lf In If i-fault oni month dr. tTence was tommlttad 4 Governor Sees Housecraft Activities S H(RTI.V aftar %  the CM. Uract .' The i %  vhlch II v Cusonlna. nusi Exceiiem. a bit of i-eanut fudge -' %  The %  i shoes were displayed. During the lour ol i i W iailge.1 fur the %  %  %  i Thursday, Marefa M School CM Satuiday, April 1 .it School C\ .. The following fllmi will b %  Ichool (A I FOr ., %  the Brit tickets Will i i %  A I.KITIIU 1 Mr. Aubrej Douglas-Smith, MA i : W ills VM) milMiiii be enl I • tomorrow Tnii .. A i nt i %  T in MIIIIII: i \i; 1 irne Hunt,i | was Invi | I. %  %  M il I II I M \IIMM slight i %  %  S \ DNI GOODM \s %  T ilt: < Kit Kt i %  %  innings %  %  %  %  BAM I m a proud consumer tt ... GOAT CHOW The cows begin their young ones on . CALF STARTENA Ibtalnable from II. JASON JON PS i. la.. Lid. %  % % % % % % %  s e a %  _ aniiiiiiiir HARRISON'S BROAD ST. "DOMO" CREAM SEPARATORS CAPACITY—10 GALLS. PER HOUR •MbrdU — ALSO — BUTTER CHURNS 1 GALLON CAPACITY ONLY .S.'iO.ll EACH. RANSUME LAWN MOWERS TKiHU II .... i II ;-, II Mill I I] 11.61 U" MM III ( oniplrlr Will, (irnsvlim HARRISON'S HARDWARE Df PHONE 2364 the legal availing on the nsofoi bua M—174 on i>'n/ii Martin 29 rlenrj i .tiled on Hem %  i*ed I.. 10 25 Yl.ARK AGO Advocate March M, IMS %  %  leer* numbering 21* lion Sil K 1 ,'< is of Hal riton I and i<( Capt II Colonel M L) lice, and Commandant of Forces, wi Ihe salute m\m PAYNis is GOOD COCOA FINE — PURESOLUBLE. A HrOM MM ...IdiUoiial and mot important reuon why e .hould now tk u. d potential l^siUon. I be any "-apital developmcnl at all e shall Have to ise loan* tu finance it. II the i.raent hopes to float a lu Has in-i'i >" imK ••*—•— — Snl mllli, m for the -a*dlU<_ol Go^ernmen.^hope^.^. '" ,:'.?&}yi 2r Srlnvesuni public; and It can il Inch come from the dolof if it has a strong budZ arc..:haVe been mo., jer.ou*!, on y < o -"^,-JJ -, fa .......h ih* amount i> WHAT'S ON TODAY M] Ii -n.n al %  ' P ITi. \*scr.iIc vstv ol what I have said. Uld of ih*: exolanaUon given in the notes opposite pagai 111 of the EiUmatei. I think the Capital Ea:,maies call for little-rom I alien. .,,yment and Welfaiapltal esUmaUM this year provide or ..aendltuir <>t roughlv $1 million _enly $3 mll" %  j *^" !" J^j-jj „: gash -, r *<• %  '*• ,-1 c t'' %  "**' • %  •' has been ;„p.r.l 0 nwlU.th.Wtl1toUI %  *,il,ll* wrong al %  ,hilc the full effects „,ual pr.( .introK Ajents account. I" . .. i.-.„ .-*...,i-H A eood ., ., .. not nossiwhich uie trown ^e... .ILrinthe have no. been recced. A .ood EPHEDROL quick!) relieves COLDS and CATARRH It itatn dat nasal paston naoi %  "luflincss JIIJ die .liNir. laaauj Oe> dgstoiM of hFead ^ old* 4iJ catarrh. The patent Msaa appUl ition boede ll niimnK beaaasf than sprav or dropper, .md Cast be CsUrfied I Ofs*M nuiitlv in handbag or poC s tCf without Tear of leakage. Made h CLAY & ABRAHAM ITI).. Uverpool. laigland ObUlaaMe frsm all Drw Stares ; III., AGENTS A DIHTRIBLTORS. ARRIVED RECWTL Ytl JUDGE BRAND ENAMELWARrE — including — BOWLS MI \M Ills II Qfl BASINS STEW PANS SAUCEPANS CAVfi Mimmtn & CO., LTD. %  0, 11, 12 & 11 I1UOAI) STKKKT FRYING PANS ALL SIZES CHECK UP!! raw wit in oi i n i so MI UF I HI-SIII IMS \ M.OK BTOVI s ; Bttrawi VAI.OI1 sill. I s— Pressure type 111 "H IHItl HIS IIK rail \l Ll INISERS (STBNOR) KI.KCTKH Hill PLATI 'Single and Douhle Hiirnen.) I I I I I UK P llllll VI XUMI.IIS READING LAMPS GARDEN Musi ,na ICOIII III COURTESY GARAGE Ml" PL'MPS— Hand and Foot MTU TROL'BI.K LAMPS iSBRSTOS ROPR < i N WASTS l \ I 11 I Mils ami TUBES i \ ( ll M ( I BRORIES ltl( V( l.l:S—Hercules and Phillips mi.I.sun. PUN (.us IIIOM LTD. DIAL 4391



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PACE I n.Ml Bailey Hopes To Visit India And New Zealand (Fran uur London Correspondent) LONDON. March 22. u Lad sprinter who represented Great Britain In the 1Mb Olvmpic (James 100 metres Anal %  %  • irate on the 220 yaMa -\ titltpthe Wl 1 1 ii> m London later in the summer. When I gssj Mm thai week he lookeri in One (arm Id DM lhal he had rare> .Pit bei'-r rh .-HI rectiv•it from a Harlrj specialist lor an Injure. muscle but tall ha* no Pllted him toir'ncnrlng light training, %  aaturaltar. The talk got l!: 1 l mgtel anc recalled the final of th* hough. I pull*. muecle." ha said, "but the 1 warn wrong." And he lolri mi the whnl. An Abscess 1 had bean running in Brad% %  • Uigm1 and .in jh-tcess broke out he sail "I had to so into hospital To havi .1 cut out and then I ran again the day following the operation << big mistake The ga**l In the anaesthetic was still 1 1 my system, and I felt iambic i got back lo London a %  t La Inta form again | wen ' then I caugl %  %  ime I was far front well Id that although ha wen: %  fat, whet. tried u, call „ n his extra re! v v "' round lh< '00 much. BARBADOS ADVOCATE SPARTAIS DRUB COLLEGE 6-0 Mf^r* Harris n c "- %  *£&& for swiTl; 00, i. boy f P "i vwi U,Bn "' v 'i^mtely no matih to: 3 p ayH ' v e '-' %  "' •'"" % % %  "•"• %  % %  haw BO. Is her „ -__ nail lin.e a.,, the oilier inur ,,fle> scorn -.1 7 n .— , I a* ea,r>, score to 3 A laaing [no "•'• Tonv Ha visa. „K. %  %  „ sent .noneeach ta . SIS,. ? dunnf first jesjaar^g K3KHS •">'• • eonsidera,, thm o.l na^TiecMssS a .iS'arISS B ^ . tsjss: Jordan Boycotts Arab Talks In Cairn %  %  Council meet,seventh member ol the Arab League. M.IMPN II II Hill H B.G. Do foals Trinidad 1-0 4 lh B 'ir Ursl of 1 I UcludJ • %  K | %  Marks netted from close range. %  %  %  I I i.day. Trinidad— Gonsah. %  %  .. %  i Bonn praaautg ipartan forwanhl The College? backs, however, did much to save a worM defeat Spartan, (akin* (he field mil ten men. began the attack >n College who trare daft North uoal. Play had not long Marled whan fshmacl. Spartan's inside left made the first attempt from dose up at scoring He kicked .feii hut mlo the ufe hands of College custodian. I'Mwag th fore iha goal mouth an %  oal go up aaerad, having rer^.ved a pa* from Cadogan then read 5—0. At this stage goals wen scored rapidly WaJcotl got .. the sixth from a nvaiee In nT. ia> found th.' i*ri*tiiig ravanuta ol tba 80 n 8partan*i favour Canadian X itJ The teams were-— Stea, $rt 5U5.00', in 194!t. CIVS Revenue* Decrease %  \atton of Arab %  illaJi >f %  —to to tin %  tUng. %  loi maily decided to %  %  The Commits i The E %  mounl to witl Arab LcagU* rome to that point %  I %  Th,-!,.,,, w^, ,..;.' ,<•••"". %  Sm.th. Co,.: -..:. I MM>* d b| W.Hcott jl oenir,. ror*i„l Sif.f''",'""'""mom Red, Iron; th, „ Hero, „„ lh., ri^hi WI,I w,i„ %  !' %  •". ttlmm, Morn vi. -I36K.713 WJ. Must Put Best Foot Forward At Worcester LONDON, M %  %  ii the dispi can p i menu on M^' i %  • WU expressed hv l*:i %  :.tiv %  turn miry from Jawritlng In the "Evening H 1 • touriiti ranch It well %  j %  ,, % %  1 Eng and equip %  m i .hi*-1 BMI Swimmeri ForKii^li>h(;haiiiicl Clajunpioiuhip POLI big;. worl" ingng race is being orgaoi.. l>-.lv M-.l alreti : •' % %  U I %  %  *2,8O0 f. gagag; B iu| STOO r i Bwtaunen from the ium. Holland. Egypt Oreaici Australia. S.K.lh Afru %  %  I. coastal tow.. I N ^ Mler fort> metrrs | rr| hMM] Ihnl I would be bealei. hut *hrn I idea lo pull „ut Iha. mile hit of rslr* 1 found Hi.. •natead of cloainr up on th, real of id.„> ld | wm -p-^-ahaieratefj no imprewdon ot. %  Hem uisu-ag | ^.aid fPf "iem all drawini away fron me Hul added Mae with I %  TJ -m.lr. I w vln wonder "'I PMllllll lo enjoy (he re 0..1001, r of ihe race ..ii ^,,,,. oldng rorvucreKlul Nimmar. His „n BM :,because n impose ralnlni will conllil „i buildlnii '"y belore Iho AAA hmplonhlpj l„.Ill ,,,„„.„. i ,. Mho* '.M he ever} nln .. mi,. ,,„ „ Record lower, !" %  Ihe IX Sr, lh *—• th. miu citj UMl IM %  runners anc U Imn. '"ii" 1 ""'I Inrtu He has beer Baaea on BM rigM wmg wm, mmedlalely r *• n t r d again Followtng up nicely, era u place to kit k through the open am Some minutes after. SparUm dvanccd their lead, making the score 2—0. This, indeed was an eagy < hance at scoring lor centre forward Walcoll. From mid-field, the b,ill rrache,. College's full back Williams who filled to clear. Waleott was on him. look possession aid icorfsj after beating the goalie College's forwards made a 'aliant try at scoring shortly after, but Harris in goal anticipated | ford. SparUn H ., ford. C GIttana, Haynes. Cadogan. Reece. Johnson. K .', Ishmaei, Banrteld. prendoua well and look Ihe ball on tils U'f:. iem Girl. Battling For Softball Chiimpion.hip %  •'" RHm !" „ BELIZE The Softball Girls' te.ms ire oallllnr. for the 1950 Champio 'hip Cup The Texui, eo. c |„ Sebastian, a member'of rie Kojal Bank of C*JM .,re leadlnj followed bv th, Rexai huh will '* '"loWiBg inonlli. |„. hM I /.-..Id,,. I I entenarj Gamea. r both ol II probab%  %  • runnmj . %  I the I him %  %  %  him fan* ean cnebM rt li.,i in a.*,-: he v',„il,l be as a : %  lalile T.nnis Itarlu Lead* In Division 2 Chandler Congratulates Government male. ,„ "ne M 'btilto, '£'*>•>•' <* Pl-n. w„ h „ u programme the administration must share the blame As a rider The Estimates as submitted to I should id that in other build'ho Other Place a^ Ton am^i ings for which he has been %  vole to autl. S 00 ^S e %  uch "* Speights*h the preparation of plans for town Library and the Queen-, a new General Post Office with College Science block not to office accommodation Sehen?r "VL "^ Houamg government departments Jbo" ihe work has been A vole was included ,,i .•omp.eted within the estimate >M-50 Estimates fo, % pre p. But apart from other rvaeon*. "tion of plans for C the Government owes a debt of ohlces. and on the authui tv .,! grattlude to the present holder "'is vote, and because the C.ov of the post for the vei v < onsul'':i'ncnt regards this s< hamc .1, erable amount ot work he has as one of urgency. || Invited sZ done on the invention and develLawto. a quaUiaJd ... opmeni of a new building P'opore preUmlnai "ideii.-i. which nay well save "bfcta he could gtvi he (.ovfniment and the populg•''imate of the cost U uon of thai Island large sum. f bag Intlmatad hii wU Bonaj in years to come Megwvdartaka the work at the 1 rete is at preeent only used for '""> tee thai a qual. the Government houabxt is allowed to ,-barge M ma, %  eat Ihe Pine, and like '* wondered why Otn/emmen all new building materials it w,|i "eckled lo amploj pnrhably take time to establish "Chltaet for the work TK! %  -!( With the pubUc; but then* point was, (l f oourga, fuUv %  %  %  1731,006 %  and after payme, bonds and goveu.. there was a deficiency ol %  These Bguri Company's annual teg by Donalu < %  of Commons to-d-. %  Freight tralllc In IWtf conlriduted 5,1T-'.07J % %  with the prtvlou %  trade res'; '.ng from dollnr shorl %  tons." sta-<' Oi>erating expeiiMl of voyagei %  %  %  The fleet COmpfl I with a total gross 5I.U73. and a total k tonnage of 56.115 The i omplete t voyages in • year 1 %  %  i ,i' f u n d "^P*V. MARCH .. % %  WILSON \n Oil/ I II,,,,,,,,, ul II XEW l.ou#VSM ar 0 '"'RKFU, • ^u-aai ; • %  2 u+ BtOWl _!i_ 67 ^_$7.81 (WE SHEPHERD & (i M % % % % % %  rv hope that il will prow itself a moat satisfact-.r. anc tvonomle material for this typr t ,-onitruetion. Taken Vote The only new item In the cap'la, ...tim.it,., i i,, M .„ vot0 n, In H..M., II:,nrst round ol tinhil.r: .lows:— i 1 Abbo M< M O.A ,|. | %  i: ; IL.IU 3 lh.. ... o ,-,^^r-, J y H PC 0. A bbvy Harlnaa 3 asSMiun k I 11 i JSSST I K.rrt... H S *PC i M O A II. .. as, of considered, but the Goyernm.ni ArebUM polnled out that h. hau %  ether the tana eK.-op, 5 sacrificing other work nor BM %  luallfled staff nececaary; an,l "toreovei. as he I. leay,,,, veIV .. .,,..,-„ .„,e m -"only he would not In M dollar for the enlension of '* he "to •UDarvata -r loweyer. as the proposal | further' *'" 0 S ^" k • ; wtat Wlm, ou r e,,,s m '"• opilal Eatlmatej are revolaa for %  mthoriaed but which for \jne reason or another have not been !" "'!'-t.. IT kainfall: K'odrlniton) .M in. ToUl far Month la VeaUroa>: 111 Ins Temperature (Max ) It i* V i. i.ii.ridiu,, ,Mm i no* r. Hind Direction. 19 %  „ t. 11 pin.l E. Wind Velocllr: IS mile, per hour RdroNvrlar (a a.m I :!•••• Il pa ) ill They'll Do h Every rime T-= GEARS ANSDVNAWOS DONT 301VIER CC •.. j,T \S^EN HE'S ON THE PnO'.S AT TViE BO-ER FACTCRY-*By Jimmy H.ulo BuT 6ET A U3AD OF T HE SkS •VAN AT HOME —Oe., B'^TrHE^ WHAT A DIFFERENCE! Mas Delegates Leave /iarbtulus The th,. British Guiana. ion,term ,„,. ,,„,, ,. %  A 1 1 ilk-, with the Barb.,,1,. rnani Th,(leleiialion .oinprised Mr tba It,,,. Markelina I: I P. Bayley, .. Hoard and Mr II I Exrvutive on the Board. B.B.C. RADIO PHOSRAMMES %  %  %  %  %  • *"•,'**" *' ant land Liahi oivhMt-.. 7 *. -'...i> st>Mkuui. s ,.. m, tu -m raasM I U %  m Swu-scn-i11 rmxMi Tit. t> %  .-* %  >>. Aiwiyus. UgUj %  1 Tuntn. 1 p m. On ih*> wb %  ^flio Nawtu-Ml. 1 SO 0 N. % %  I I J.l-U.k. J SO ,,. > '" '' !'""" P %  I''i'i %  SfJtwklr.. ,. il 1,1 '. i> . Jalukttit SSIM .. ) 19 it. "> WMv.,1.1 H 1 iron. lent* !" ,. 8 p Tit, Hwwm, 9 IB p m ite,,,, l.-nwi • la u m On llvt ),*. • ,11,1 Mitk^jl.1 Ijaji.OHIIHIM. 1 % %  %  I lltx-t iiiul drui TROPICAL SUITINGS! !00% WOOL IM irija HJI j yard m Qrag l-.iun. Beige. Hrnun idc GENTS! (bam -Mepinniai tataea n i helper Ulan pre lieth' l!l..ll 1,11.,-s. Don't •alea iinga ld e w >ppnriumi> r.u u imi avoid nienl. niANi hm Dial MM Pr. Wm. Hy. St. tnd6,42&53 SwonSt MEN and WOMEN 40, 50 AND OLDER! hreV$ how you can be strong and activo If you Awl run down, u aoc i full of life u )ou ibould bs. -ml Mild* hang oa, you may need mors A&D Vjtsasios. I'ty i.ifiiuift, good-isatlDg Scoat/a i-mul.ion. Take H rrgiilarly all yaar rouod. Viun.in, and energy-building nil. It litl|n build rciiiuUKS, lumioa sod energy. More than |uat m tenloIl's POWIRFUL NOURISHMENT >%, TB"SC0TTS EMULSION HtGH ENSROY FOOD TONIC The Food of TODAY provides the strength for TOMORROW Your Backache "y b duo to sluggiih KiJnru Action •Eary (•/.„„ 1*1/, a Slorr BARBADOS AMATEUR BOXINU ASSOCIATION %  '**l IIIMIStllllM i-o, v.,-,, Indian ,\„. on Monda, April 3rd at I M p.m. uu IMIKI. nniiim • *"h I Tlh Apr s %  branan. who have „oih,,, ,„ loaa .,. iiaajim nioaa provMonally .,-;,.., rulfktt t>. CHAMPIONS Victor Luvdl Sain K,ni Darnkrj iowen Uyinatlon Bishop (Bantam, CONTENDERS Kas>lan Gittens (Light, There will alas be three support,,,,, throc1 3 Six Hounds each, bouta. R~ry. "'' "•* %  -„ ISSSFSL}" 'HM •tax. Mualc Ren-mnunta. 2S.3 1 1FV. IS N: 7 *> nmd wha ->. are Uouhled iih \*.aJt. Jlilcl -lib rsJxar. rheumatic panii. .tiff, icluaj IIHIKIC ana inn-ii, IBBI-SJD a ainunon ur:riar> osicsdiP oat a ^ussssfa kidney -cuoa. why pui up "h pan ahl dai..f' n when j nagH %  *r;^ relief by lining Uoaa'i Ht.ljv- Kidney ftgi "I %  .. -. ifcaaal — %  _-... ludneyi and w help ihos n r4 the blood of ex test link acid and other/ a mpa w t which txhcnvi ^c miabi uillea in die iraisi a .auKdmreii. IXwi'i Piitt hees hdpad ia i— r , lei ihem help you. HALF A CBKTURY of laccaii m rsf mimentt dm to inadnjuati hdun astim. a as pnmj word of lioan't Pilii. Oraiifid mm asf tmm of all agti UM md rt c cmmm t iJmfamt Jiwfiu and urinary MH*pin lo dmr fnmm •"id -tigh Van, DOANfi ansSTBackaclit KiuK. Hiilsaw Enj^y E AST E R IN < DHMIKTABLE FOOTWCA* moM lilt. I \MII SIIOI, STIIKr. that's why children should be given a daily supply of J r> R ENRICHED BREAD with every meal KN K Hill m aaanasj J. . BAKI 1,11 \M, I.OHI, VKI, v %  ,.: %  >" % %  RED HAND PAINTS for all Purpose'. t.r.M'l KM ; ,.„.,l 'h. • Red, Craan. %  I N HI], HMSII FAINT White Si Clean, •MATINTO' LAT FA1NI i...ii, & Green II XHI> GLOH8" %  CONCUTI tLlKHI PAINT llrifht li. '•reen WILKINSON & HAYNES CO.. LI* Phone, lit!—|J




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r ,,,l>W. M ARCH M_ BARRVDO* \nvoc\TF rtlKEI WtrAaei Churchwarden UiurehHaraVn Georgian 1,,shal rito 1 %  ..: %  : -.. : 'J*> ami uxuvidu. ,. ended. ntnl i fir n W sirciin:.in ii" P' -,, out without furthe M :c ,h(W rwpui The failure %  %  turn, lo thi thou eA-crhaule.. %  I iup. :?:. %  Mr \ it I ,,,.,,„, *' ew. it wa* ., *ee. he had carried su: in an exemplary manner eapecial' %  % %  whan thevhad \>Uie parflood to raaaon that uiev nm """ "* %  %  %  kept up the tra.liliona lud dawn by churchward, ons in the pan in addition to his proHe him and the Veatrv tor -.he hon-.1 appomtin. r.m a. churchVESTRY APPOIN iMENTS -.-naa. s Mi B A Poor L* %  :.. Ui McC moods and Honb-t Inspector of Trees Cmmmi. Mr Reeve Tuner and Repairer Ml E J Bouvier. Repi.rc Knit; Buildings ]nSup, Mr J T. C Ram< i monopolise ; other m M assfBssM ^c ... •nf*n of Vartry BBM He %  -£ %  -toc-i J rhanee For A Day %  J': **TA %  ...; held rtwti aMaaa. •%  LOM i •ad ec\."**cer.-< • -tse* Speaking an the matter. Mr. > -i r.eard %  -h*i Mr Carter had said t| would withdraw from the .--(.warder.. %  Treasurer, ne thought that PUMIBM U i ... ... ner should be ChurchsnsrdKO Mr Carter warden would be able to handle •he problem •.he ........ ... _,, ..:vhwarden in .W9-4Q when lhe good %  ike out and Mi Tudor iud had also nominates him for that ingupof %  :,. remembered that Dean i V MthwaM* raed ShanKland and Te had to act as id add, Parochial Treasurer on Account of o tmartc ed thai an opix. oped they %  man had rightly said, no man was %  %  WK cicsea. bem-i vas refused % %  T"udorhad UMMI vear after .ajran ami the stall ..rquittcd himse p -J* Orrington Village He aai inn. no naa oeen more -urden the death of Mr Heod ten nost respo ns ible ling on the co-operation of the Vestry and aitferem departJJ* !" P**_ "T lVO, d "*-? """T hadnoUu %  hhn. ct %  %  • %  %  • enccd men ana men of lered that were fortunate in barMr 9swth said that Mr Carter | document iad atd that he would not be pi^te %  ,, Mrring as Churchwarden during H r Mr Smith gued that if the parochial treat_ should not allou ^ e in any pa: oo long 'hat i! would Can Dot.. tlcult ,t Mttlotnad lo Pailadian irchitei gBsW te !| %  ilkebt %  ^^^^6 of sehoo. reo Cnwsneftt Farther Pom s .: %  .-. hout %  %  Sac ridary school: %  situ : iiarnsu' fly "nothing to build up ... ago. H %  %  I should have thought : .. %  J*oiild not be struck *W referenoto iho i "" %  "We for lhau %  Jlo *ay the least, to • % %  Mil those to whom %  *?."— entrusted the "" %  ai the educational pro!" ( ask for %  £••> Dtrectoi of Education gM, bs called lo ajn^. and when Bblithe deciMon"' to be told. 2j t kt the etc. .won The only 2*? llltt rommUtee ought lo !" J that a turn oi X doll. MI rud 'no house % %  V itasd st lay. there on because %  the Vestry who hecar i congratu. office and the Report he had made Mr. II. v hsiar : that his ". %  MM %  JO Ml. .... %  %  %  %  %  M %  oe would rev %  m :us two Poor Law Guardian! and hoped that he U1 the position to the sat..". ipayers and he Vetrv and He understood that their ChairB| and -aid therefore have I toped that those meetings decorum and #ad '.hen nosmr.. :uor . kite within orde; >1r I I). MatUet Mr. Raya Mr Smitr. to Mr. Gill! illness, demanded an exoenance prop Mr. Branch said that he could N-.> agsastaf igetnH Mr Carter'> abiUtv He had sen-ed under him as a Guardian, and nossfl Kan be cttcL But ihe ume had come arbcti he vas bound to agree with Mr Shnith'* argument R -nd have gone and if the Ume for Mr Carter i going nsd come it was sjuite Her of form. .•ward be r new Churchwarden Mr Coic seconded Mr Branch'" hat he had been placet in an awkward pontJo: .fiat it would be change Mr Gill's illn-— %  %  %  hll mind. However. Mr GUI har % %  ich better an.i %  %  ,id no* Dd the motion. nance. ihou,;ith some caul %  with vtt) %  niht. 1 think I said Jp a reserve mil langcr thai ilkw will btand al %  (u maintain \i\. i niits and to foster th Sasarter ot each school. SVMN I aa not so un %  %  at Government can wi money which it cannot %  W. even on Bdu . hewever. tha' il NOsmnmarK to lut<-n .. Mr. II \. dattof those who are compaiei • BWJttm this subject, and -_0l Ddlo* iti %  ducauonal uuiuv cacutsd Mlait "•dairauon*. by %  iropowxi Hen %  vpense of the poor u to look %  %  %  : if praises tha Vestry He howx-wi saia thet the I aseistanca ive pay. .. %  %  %  easing the wavy burdened tax Mr viih 'he I and the Vestry agraed unanimousn>aiherh< foi i. %  ... MM a %  ... Finally. I think it : the votat for pr marv and seconds r> were kept apart. If u sarv. as it may m i expentmaau. uttnrary di |< X will not %  %  JdS8 %  :hat day rhtch they I -o say on aag 1 ,;oni-^e He ho|>t *i* .ould ; r proceedings agree with nd use that money as he had inled out thai Mas, they •:. mated a certain amount of %  couer the I i bial year that %  even :>etter .in those employed b) %  part of the M ni left over. lated thst they had as: mi $50,000 unda iftar m: | the amwunt from 10/to Mil had only spent SM.OOO. After further discussion, the lecWed to defer the n | neeimg of the vas| M %  i %  ns motion. [ 'lie (act that from the I %  port it '* >**" %  ... %  irochsal emMaMI Hutson agreed Mr Smith said that Mr Coward ID .f as much ..dmims,,,-ier was Ml Carter BM ,.n. aanad tnought that there should be changes. He had been thinking. I o( :he Welfare Deveiopm,it Bathaheba hen he had i^wsted thai h wnuld con tostelrararden in CSSM ^ auhaTi Mr Co\< le hsa su%  %  h!e to be url he had BMDl intended to %  hat. The qu.*stlon was then put lo %  pointed the pal warden. 'aatrj then spi^ oUsft offices for the CUT, %  %  1 itiate<<. I his frtancat cassslaat) Tha work of Inigo Jones was 1 fresh, clean and noval He had I tha courage to put .:ed. mullioned. gabsed houses, a purv j building, wh:. I las nothing less than saaaatl | Burliogto: •;tors to Lonc< I though now altered both %  f B%utttka the Ing designed 4 HUT%  mpbeil %  elevation, re-orftanlset'. %  %  forecourt. r"ie Royal Academy acquireo it ;n 1MT am Dsd to altar it drastically for '.heir purpose Galleries were buUl .he garden, the front ssCvasaan was raised by the ado/. gat ware \.v,mM\ HIM. in %  -> *;es>ne ^.rves -ighiiat aasaans* %  i case aypai .ia Jse sastem %  eeaaMsaar fsaW %  %  hand." satd %  %  asswaa r MODERN OFFERS PREBARGAINS 3 Show Credeattala Ta Allied Chief%  I The Ptnenu %  ... o Heater. Ladies Cotton Wash Frocks Skirts Big Florals Ladies Seersucker House-coats New Misses Plastic Handbags MM I kaV is.oo 9 1.32 1.32 yh Nnpi Leghorn Hats Beauhiullv rnmmed %  was .-.eld wai ne of the ftTSt OS tH Lguah :*ndscas>garo> daaigard by Kent for the -tudeni al architi • iipealii.i: • v tttnind %  its. The ^Modern ZDress Shoppe BROAD STREET. <, %  .:•.•. %  .; %  %  %  %  .% % %  %  % % %  % %  % % % %  % %  % %  %  %  I0HI.X* VI TONE I Xouriihinfi Food Uvrvrmifv GOD'S WAY OF SALVATION MADE PLAIN aa l .„,„„.„„ irr. >..rr.ral Drc.iar. and ral.r (llaaae. Plaaler. %  aaatwai ...ira II..i \\ lax %  "" I %  a* l'ruaae. ar "i %  PB1 -i MFTION DI '.lilMI Ml 1^ -I I OND :" MINI IN MftaUUMM -mil I 'our nr\l I'r.COLLINS' DRUG STORES i ,::'.;'. %  .'*•,'.: -.'.*-'-'.-.'. ^','','.oQajaaaaMsdaaaj Caalalnlng. (*>luro*e. Iron Vita An Ideal Pick-me-up. RrUil Prtee Barle> Mall Cslraat. and M I lb Tin* Mx 8/V6c's are easier to .mfce Mt/i %&SCWAf4M'S \ Dry/ease/ -•<•s JUST RECEIVED BOOKER'S /B-DOS) DRl'G STORES LTD. $01 At& -4. S SMSIST ON THE SAFEST TIRES BUILT t WILLIAM FOGARTY LTD. Inc. II. a i Ffcfa, flldssHaa Plle I Towder u— %  .,, miii in i Drv Ye*..' a mom. get! Trr without FMchrr. I.ux Flakrv Km-.. Tin*il\< Windolinishinki J 1 ^ CrH-"ii... 1-0-1 Cleanser Harpii K..IOCedar Poliafc INCE & Co.. Ltd. 4. itStaysfash wrthout nsth'gerztion I t ,..... SOSIVJCK ST COME iV AND HEAR THE LATEST HITS IS GRAMOPHONE RECORDS CALYPSOS. FOX-TROTS. Etc. THE NEW fire$t0fu WHICH WE HAVE RECEIVED. JUST %e£u*e CHAMPIONS t ', %  %  •'. • **• TO 35% mmmm • yp TO 60% mom MOM-SKIP ANGLES • OP TO 32% LONGER MILEAGE BISATI— doo't let ana sp. >il viiur-lrivinR pllann Bqwp TOUT cmr with HMMM D Luxe Chuapium. the urn thai are IUIW ta ilaaign. new in maienaU and new in parturaaaoo*. TaMatl and pruved ihe at. longni wearing urea ever buili. ihe race track or I rulv afe. ARNEY & CO.. Ltd.— Diatributora



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rxr.i Tim HUUi'.IMlS ADVOCATE TCESI>.\V_M AKC ,, Cwub galling POCKET CARTOON I by OSH; HI LANCASTER H IS EXCELLENCY U ernor and Mrs Savage accompanied by Mr W 1 ; lay al%  5 >nd Repeat Performance M ICE BHuMUVA tells me j special reqm p %  %  >•} WHO were u. %  o nave 'i rtuea." performmce on Frid>. 31st March, at 8 30 p.m. The Bookins Oflkeopens on Thursday. Engaged T a CodtA i Party held at J*. Hazel Cot." Hindsbury Road. on M.irct; 22nd. the engagement was anncuiv.' Evcr;on Wcckcs. International crickJoan Manning ina daughter of Mr. and Mrs .'olin Manning of "Hard Cot. '^Betides Lcllectinf, i>t frees ary Road. l| l> Return* to Vancouver J \... it-J srfi-U head o4 Ai. r C.A (or tne Western Diat UM mujry, waaal i alpag—has an .. i DOOM to Vaoooum >nfca stay at "Cacrabonk." Trinio. .' Su.i .... C.A. xpenenecs include living m crti I iiuuaoa this summer wastes of Canada and hi' re-as like a book. A Matter of HaU r iE grandson ana great grandson of a well known hat man ufacturing Arm in Canada been staying at "Cacrabai .iv back to Canada. Mr J M Shuttle grandfalher went I fordsiure. England (the famou" iough' out .to London. 0 %  Another Son O veryona will i*-' the news tfc %  Scats at UM Hon.. Offlea wife have another son. TtV Bl their home In Loughton. ban n, I .--.. weigh* 9'i lbs Like his two brother-, he will be christened In the House of Commons crypt W Freitas's sister. Mrs. Moore, lives in Barbados and so i tat, hit mother. At, which has now I i %  '.'.! with Mi Shuttlewcgth h ther two children and %  father the l*U Sir Anthony I %  r," who ll trip. lth A I it. i. u d ^urniva] ror London FULL-St Inspiration S HORTLY to be published ui London hy Nicholson and tan CircuiC Dd reminiscences l %  l-ike ..uthor, a former Governor ci Malta, wa Chief Repp British Council in thu Caribbean froqi IMI I ptcal of thON tor Mu,u "' u has become falalkm abou ' \ w h ?T' Id in London U Sir Hanv spent a iol of nis timo Club and cultural %  whcrc llK of w1 "" .tiini. Left for Caracas \ ..ills.' Beach Club for I\ %  .Ir. and % % % %  •• H irtigmr A. i Olympic jpni ..,., uc i„ JComdr llurtlean us. T .*,''.?,". l >'">" % %  motto? i .i.ic reArilmr Wint. aboul two munth. ,„„,„„. ,„ i„ .;.,. on tho same 'plane by which > %  .i %  ... T. Mi After Two Year. Lrft n Sunday \|R PHILIP V.-H.K1,. ."•m-i; ... i v,. by B W I A an %  %  I Joyed the holiday Immei rents. Mr Rock Intrantit M RS F A SEAKORD and her mall daughter who are on their way to England ,re guests at "Caci ll Mr Sea ford is an engineer CoBookers in British Guiana and holds the post of Assistant Teehnical Adviser Their small daughter. Pe.'a. thinks the bathing her* %  just wonderful." Spent Nearly Three Week* A FTER spending nearly Mm weeks' holiday with the Bernards in St. Vincent, Miss Warren returned home via Crrnada yesterday by B W I A Arrivals from Grenada yesterday I <>1 K. Dennis and I rt, both now n ing In Grenada Thry are %  Htcl Left Lait Week T O von;mue her studies in tlw> United States is Miss Daphne Thome, daughter of V C S Thome of Culloden Road, who left by air last week. Overloaded _| i ti getting so that driving in the country districts during crop lime is driving at the risk of your life. Lorries with trailers, attached which are hopeUsjaly overloaded, around the country side, dangerous bends at braak-neck speed, the drivers, regardles. <>f their own or anyone OUM I lu*i Flew For Tho First Time M H. AND HARVEY SMITH left yesterday for Grenada by B.W.I.A. This is the first time they had ever travelled by air, .Hid it was hard to decide .. %  •ere looking forward to the trip or not. Mr Smith, who is %  Pott Olllce Regional Engineer has gone to Grenada for discussion.s with both Governments of ttu Windward and Leeward 1 concerning internal communiciUOM ll rived here n the Goltlto' and have b I Haatiruj Hotel. Ml A G. L Douglas. Div Iiger Cable and Wirclaai (W.I.) Ltd., was at Seawell to :. oil. Returned To Crentde M RS MARJORIE EVA V S and her baby son Gaol Rt who have been spending three weeks at Harmony Hall, returned to Grenada yea* B W I.A.. as also did Mrs Maurice Harbin and her daughter Rita, who spent exactly one week at the Hotel Royal, instead of two as they had planned when Carib saw them on their arrival la.t u eek. Rented A Car M H. JOHN S. GHOEM ill the Insurance. UCaracas and has lived there for monthi returned on Saturday with his wife to Venezuela t It W 1 A. During their two treek here, they rented a smal. car and thoroughly toured tho island. They were staying a: the Paradise Beach Club. After One Week S URGEON at Orenada Hi IpiUL 1>I I turned bj B W I A yesterday, after mm I i-i-k M the Ci Club Rupert and the i %  j|L m 1 fr^^ Untamaing the t, Pong-Ping tikei one ol the pill* jnd p^: ,r ;n Rupert's hand. "Th**e at Chine Ar*ion p'Ji." he uy. Or-igoni w:ll do anything for ihetn. Give ih. one IO my pel and he'll be your Rupert looks dcvbttul. but 'he fierce lit;> ctearure sin up I'hoto ShOWl —-Miss Patricia Dan phane and jet embroidery. The he 1 g a Grey Moire dinner gown trimmed with cellueight yards round. The price is 12 Guineas 12 Golden Rules For Mothers BY THE WAY By BEACHCOMBER U> FRANK NULL. HOLLYWOOD. WOO portrays glittery glamour gals on the screen but who is I devoted mother In %  : %  .. Of children throughout the %  I The blonde MM*. much of her spare time at the \ngeles Children's Hosp tal filing injured and ill youngster*, buying them presents and helping out as an unofficial i! i campaign b %  visited the hospital with % %  carl* ad of presents '*r the young patients. Shocked "It was a shock to me." Donnod. "I was appalled by the terrible injuries Inflicted on children which a moment ol thoughtfulness by adults might have prevented. "Safety is a child's heritage." I the beauteous Warner then star. "Three seconds to safeguard against hazard will prevent most Injuries." Doria, %  former Cincinnati CUtlOi started out to be a dancer s-.. broko wini hospll taking singing lesst: !' : i..L\ituage was how anyUxh lave got through t nuaduiple lines u£ -high barbed win ... where he feu on %  hlmney. Ai. straddling the roof of the large.t %  wai what 11 i Fafuar two roinuti %  wen i a uv Starred Lines.... VUab Spell E-C-O-N-0 M-V Io You! SPECIAL (i.KARIM, UNI MIII QMU] Graj FIMUMI (56 inchei, %  HM Ri'duccd from $8.57 I l.in.ii -.".I uiJr—WliiuS2.00 a Yd. K V A N § A UII1IFII I |>S BROAD BT IH U-J 4606 — 4220 1 Never leave a ch Id alon" In I hath, even for a moment The soap may float but youi child won't. 2. Keep scalding liquids out of reach. Turn the han lit Ing utensils toward tne back of the stove. 3. Keep sharp impsuch as icepicks, scissors an flies, out of children's reach Teach older children to never run, with sharp instrucarrying po::.-. them. 4. Any lire—-from a birl %  Supervise if there is I flame Keep matches and lighters out c reach. 5. lx)ck the medicine cabinet Keep poisons, medicines paste, lye and kerosene out ol reach. Empty medi before discarding. 6 Death IUTKS u n d %  kitchen sink. Check right for lye, soaps and polai 7. Careful about backing your car. Take Junior into the ca> while you back out of a driveway. Lock car doors while driving. B Pools, tall, require fencing or super. Ttach your child to time he is six 9 lie careful about ban iti or picket tences through which %  youngster might poke h" head and strangle. 10. Turn off washing machineand all electrical equipment before leaving it. To tto connect the wall plug. And I have a radio In the bathroom. II Examine all toj if children are young. Ri parts they might swallow stuffing, etc Bo careful abovi foods that miKht choke 12. Guns ur rerolvi i kept unloaded or locked up how often "unloaded" i have injured Off killed B child. Duns added: "Three seconds can be golden moments. If t. %  a child '•—I.N.S. CROSSWORD p J 4 i .' 1 [1 1 (^ 1 1 r i 11 1 Pi I i i 1 i *' r J f u 20 _J 1"" %  '"-t p L A Z A HKI.lt turn T9BA1 mil mi nt'Jg'"! ntlASIlE 111 llll SltllRl Mljir BOCAK1 %  -1.111(1 / DHL 8J01 K' 'ISIH.HIQ1 y lor ATIC ars CINEMA *+^l H1MPRHEY .;OCART JAMB ( ^ TIIK OKLAHOMA KID" willi 1KJNAI.U CH1S1 iUilVEY BTA WUMt Br M r| flure tt -stfVss: aereas $. A topic a oook mai QUCUM to: s pudding. (71 B. TRCM huids are iuma.,7 amplovea by tae d' I 10. Bowcvor aootblfitf it upatu tat naw. (5) IX Uiv" in. 141 14, Uu last caafi la atlil Ming raaC 19 1M part or Padua mat la in %  ill*, 141 18. Wlui. nowadaya. you Mldom ate over Uw doo:l" I 30. This and leaa arm ma* a tnina abauiuU'iv clean. If lra ground ItI It win tend to bend la 1*1 Metal. (4I A change of ent tor the HUt c:ue down, id) 10HNNVS MOST SAVACE SPECTAaE OF IUM0LE THRIUSI „ 'U' R (writ7. :i. AM fg. %  'rtpsiiim TtrSTTs III .% Illllllll, -Study these four numbers 23S .'III I'IJO Now. what number if multiplied by 10; or divided by 10; has 10 each of the abo\e. The numl %  :-,,i thi Kg results %  minute,, if Ont rnoment. nose itopped up' by a head-void or catarrh. Neil moment, you're breaihlng easily — thanks to Va-tro-nol! Just a few drops up r, each nostril shrinks \mm m%Mm twolkn memhf j. cs, VICKa relieves stuffiness Pmmts many cokli If used in time. JtaWE l r i'i it nut u i \i #, EMPIRE THEATRE Hi SaquM \NVX HKOMl.XVs S( IIOOI. ol |i\s,IN(. IHSPi.tr and III (II VI rUDAT, IM M\R(H u 8 30 Mi I'KUIN l'.„>, I,,.I,., j. Balcony 11.00. II. Mrs. Housewife! Uaka jroui Eutor baking %  pleasur,. .... FAI.KS KEROSENE OIL STOVES-2, 3 and 4 Uunu r Models NS—Single and Double : WOOD & COALS STOVEJ 6. 7 and 8 MIXIN. BOWLS— EARTHENWARE E\ GLASS PHOEN X OVENV ALUMINUM BAKING PANS .:KHS MKA .1 our Hardware Drpartin.-iit —: HI \i DANCE B'DOS \oi HI, & 2789BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LTD.



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I || s concentration. t'.tacK WHS covered by a ml. the jungle wa ihine gun Or*Reuter. Picture shows a group of U* Tucker '>' of ihe Gu\. 'heir own i do question -.,. i %  %  lucalion" in the Colonial mg the discussion on the ApuroBtll. It Ml President. I wish to make a few comments on ttv of Mucalioa, Their an features of Governmcci: acy which cause me DOta ,VI.I B| %  ;,,..;, %  .; have to say. I bava no rtUetta Government Officers; it is policy and not individuals with which I am concerned. I am t ur: • ova to Know on what an provision in the draft estiri of UtagduoaUon Departm. n i was disallowed, hvttl Party .it Wakeheld. Ilruish rut krr BriWD Council rapraaantativf Dockers Return To Work was expected to brine the ;v the Education Committee for fu ideraliun. 1 knon rK Dy l,wlr lradc ""o lead'it has not unMmr. well believe that it is difficu. \pendf.ure beta part merit and department 1 mil however, register an emph.. %  % % %  %  by that Committee. !' additional teeners for the pri%  Kpandltun kad %  %  %  The A %  Build Character In School -ALICE *>"*.., UlMU .-.p ( ,dr ( ,U PORT-O! iae maiii school %  ration li %  •but buudtna. iHming to be good I %  i Covent. ill. R %  an yesterday. "M* Caribbean tour ha y me that the people of the % !" ,nl West Indian isla;. %  aw their minoi pecuU nain one people", she Diversity College %  Wart indies of which she v hanceilor would not only %  " to itn ,und betwer. BM viands but also to open •j** 01 the -indents to I "Tr world around th< Mrten party was held al *rnmen! \\ — (By Cable) I needed. If the I Committee roach* sion that %  it would have lx. tion Committee with l Committee to make the Internal • a invoking thi i The crin %  %  %  %  %  no sooner SPORTS WINDOW ,A1 uNNAal < i it i i %  I %  %  NMN %  %  'I...J OIL. Me. lleMidir.p I —Renter. %  %  The propoMl teachers has bei itate "i i %  %  more important than bull Is content to allow Ih) %  educational questions of this kino cation Coo %  I am no; to waste tit in it. Moo lit ther. must be wisdom who h MI pur J Chinese Communists Heady To Hit Back _. HONG KOM e Chinese Communli Elephant Killed BON FIX) KDi.'. The Florida w today began an investigation Intoi the death of five year old i Edward Schooley who was; trampled to death by a circus i elephant hi Arthur Concello. Manager Oi been feeding paai elephants, anared guard ropa nuts he had dropped Appaientlv tn %  someone takes a bODH .f —Reuter loin T-.v TWO PRIESTS IMPRISONED Polish i Journalisis For 20-Day Study IN FRANCE .ii i iveu %  %  some ut the impottant dai Janeiro Imve i %  • in Pans ;>ifore coming ti and tho French rl Renter, Ingriil lie rgm a n For Riviera n tllm di%  %  %  Itan Hivicra. rig for 11' %  which the Nationalists have bo ban of an undergrouri Martial Law in India iinii l>lockaded the Yangtse River. Western obThc Commui. Rnd n,hiiKiil .tn\.\ iCCordliM In oantn rot tin airtoKL includes Soviet m... planes and claim the> a raid OB i LUtUU day. Indppen.icnl report! I" %  .. %  the Polish ITTS as'tu lunight. the gantl I —Rcutrr IW outsloo Calculi ofllciallv •" %  %  the West Benaal "" %  drcided %  law "as UnuM to dct.-n •i? *'• out „< Hi,, civil ""II:. .ll —Krulrr romiging st( M TORONTO 1 h Canadian "-day thai tho (let •d in Canada's dual lltj Ihe key ..imony becomo %  < .< iopment ol the ^ developed i 1^^. Psai races here '*• Cs. -ne -liming ol troop idinj "i ,. S3' to usual!Mn tonlilht No iiniliei deUII liable. urmedby.N .iiique Utndad Marshal Tito Gains 99 Per Cent Of Votes %  MlC.il. %  Truman Fights igadnst Cuts In Marsluill Plan [out %  ; uman tor I the fui' %  %  %  %  %  52,100.000.000 in ottta of surplu i m produce. . %  dent Trun %  world's underde' I %  %  Kcduo d %  It* i | m produce. %  %  Hill %  n i %  %  mini b Breakdown %  %  ited that "if >• ..vise Of iniern lulled %  %  %  .... %  ' %  1.1 LIIH^ Nothing HeiI stat-'he Marshal: %  He declare" %  %  %  %  ^ mallet Dl '.", he said—Retee Cripps Lrgeil To Bring Down [Prices %  %  %  1 nj hurt %  mom ii%  ..i.t be BxcfM in, thai %  %  a further martini 'he next meetl %  arttood .til Sir 91 %  e ii Incraeac ll 4d. m the tosses in operation %  rurther f. Ht-ill Jusl V Drrani • h •:. lie tegular paaacnI landed safaa) at group of Jourrtatntti ilentU %  Ka had been l',avili k Row I while i iihaajan %  dream %  ind so regularly did it recui that he letal u oUacted 'nends and stood by. Hut the Rome —Reuter %  rtaraar, Churchill Will criticise Foreign Policy i %  i %  torn by the I i bill, who i %  Ii LiUj to present rnanta, foreign Secret. a for thi 11 I raised l>\ %  Foreign Polio A %  Mr Kevin's int> | raar-relm himself until the i> i raanu will be chaiiKeii Mi I %  • alls for an immediate raplj —Reuter COUNCIL PASSES APPROPRIATION BILL pOR THE FIRST TIME in several years Hon'ble J. D. Chandler congratulated the Government yesterday on Estimates of Revenue and Expenditure. Compliments came from Mr. Chandler as tue Legislative Council discussed and passed the Appropriation Bill which authorises the issuing from the Treasury on the warrant of the Executive the sum of $8,749,713 for the service of the colony for the financial year which will end on March 31 next year. The llon'hle Acting Colonial ho moved the %  i lile II A. Cuke who ine vaa found in al fi.tbali erounei tiing. Ha from extensive hen I %  %  %  %  i led until -Reuter his (Mr Chandl %  ut to not to spend more thar ,i 'iurlni 'he vea 19^0-51 i i an 'i"i hi m Mr < handler vml. that tloverninenl is no longer tlo.tling hi th<> louds. hut that It has rome down to solid earth and is Mjudhik on itn Irel. Irting to in ike Ihe l*i "i -i dlrtieHlt Job." M: u*inesi on Greai Care iaUii| ol I I lonial Secrei I lUMJ unusual poaltlon foi tl I Annual %  of one the '•' % %  n| for aotborl f %  / %  ram Sonet Xtuw III NN I ,i I iiillir.' do not Bar Uvfuffvvs I .is in ii %  compelling i *MiUr. can in' used tor pur%  i i rolnff to Inirdcn lloiiournl HITS. 1)11. il will like to un page B '' "!*," "Si-, iroop> nounced on M. i •N nitrated bch.i ...,d.l lines tor guer.li.. anIt : erade 61 .• sponsored Ljublj-i.%  %  a rteW It allci' % %  FLYING SAUCER? ADDIS ABABA, March 27 plans hVkrd Into lal here ttoih at what appeared to %  • was Riatlonar> ba phemj'iiing — Reeter %  tth a Ualks Oul On Huiiian Rights Ruaaia to-d.> %  •rtomsati" %  raarajkln lei t :lU>hvinu uut now faattiliai pel* %  %  %  %  A Kiaanoi Rooaavelt (United State. > %  %  tium-n Itiiht—Reuter a_ W # Guhitchev Mot To Go Ashore I.ONDON. Mu A Russian Embess> '.fhcial wil board the Polish liner "Bettor; %  ithamptoi .Hid visit 33-year-old Russian I for Russia. %  t radi* Southamutoi 1 .. week ago Wai locks at tr. : Odymn loday. A tana United Nations is locates: niglnoer. OuDitclmwas orifpnalh be 1 % %  a* rapnite whaeh twd been iue-1 ( dertalunn right of la never —Reuter —Rruter Kadium 'aj^ultFound In Dump %  ERMANY, M Lunini W> milllo SPECIAL OFFER TO CUSTOMERS OF K. W. V. ONe.1 r O P A 1 Mil I.VTKH IIIAN 1ST MAHCH Twent' ',.1 Briti-m All. Waitei, i lyur with ba ';imous South African homc.uuted Rratis, one la to obtain one IMl each produce H "ill. tertiiie-i .-. %  I K.W.V, %  FIVE DOLLARS. As. oil .m benefit an i,gut to exclude ItaRN cuatofi.' the dil am -i tovele l enjoy GOOD WINES!! Bills lo bo produced to Hull • Son. PlarttnNee Bulldiiif. Room ^02 who tvill ievue !>• to R. M. Jones ft Co.. I K W V TABLE WINES. PORTS. SHERRIES, VERMOUTHS, BRANDY.



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T.-M UAV. M.VKCH at, 11150 BARBADOS Ut\c>( VII PAGE SttVKN CLASSIFIED ADS. |N MEMORIAM —'.. MUTT "— — lht -*M :•. " Old * %  ..—** anas''%  Kn REXT HOUSf_ J i %  TO. %  April l ,lw Phone MM %  fed MKa ~ On Wto-onVE %  %  li 3 Bt-tJ.1 i nirnlahrd houra•**"*. Available fr.our month*. Phone MerfV 1 %  1 I Bungalow contalrune gg %  • III M ><>|f >s. -5^5 % % % %  % %  •• :.. £*,.. PI— " „ Ul VJIUKJII I I'levrolet in Rind I JBTA' pouLTsr C,Vu 9 d. oli Phone im> ' '*'• '."lai h %  NOTICE PAiua oi ,r IOHX javE"*j-i. 3 u n UN ISm. Awil. S PHASER, etaulTi 1 OFFICIAL NOTICE .DOR !" IHB UMT.M COCRT .1 APPEAL (Equitable JjrMdarii,*v rnSf^ASSS^S IWmajnl 1 ItSC. I civ. ..one, ^ %  IJ2.1 !" having; anv f.m>. ,,0-t %  -..1 piece o. MK, • Falrfield in tr larl in thl. I,t #r ;ontajnmg by HRimiri.. n-iotnoueand lour hundnrd and m\ • 'eel be lh —mp „ or<1 • %  %  %  ; led Fairfeld Road afore-. ... %  %  bring -aa* !" *. me f h-tr •am claim* wiu, is,., w i-i-e v>r*rrnnt. and voucher*, to be examine•iv me on an* Tueaday. or Friday h lu " of 1* mooni and • •ha aPerr-non. al the Onto %  ft o< the AwtI "nuae Bridgetown. •— fore th* Tm rtav o( M*v lt*. In order % %  y twranked r %  . I %  i %  .:. ZZnd daI V A* Olarh of 'he Aaai*lont Ct-itt M W 2 jn—3n EliCTBICAL %  dh r-i'"*;f IT "' •"'*" •* """ li |iUiliN-' li | '|! L_ B* Caaft CIVIL SERVICE ASSOCIATIOh4 Division 2 •-l Ocnam Ka-wna; 0 , )|v , %  %  %  rlfl A, nl 4 M c m d*T. Mih Matth. 1M0. JOHN I" Ht 1ADIO-11 Tub* K C A Floor M< Mtor Phillip*. Doniwtta. Brtiton* %  Mlr(ul For (IU1I*T m c Wako" r : ; HI GET IHnKXJKAM Wit I i,fci.fH rh*n It: 4 Harhlnti. We have foiuiriti> aco aT II' ?* F.MTA*it n^X-TRICAI. CO. % %  SO'• PUBLIC SALES ilv-TION UNDER fHE IVORY HAMMER 'Hiena I Maim 3Wi at R N Hl UT1 1.1 ii.ii %  aathina perfert conditki "r. H %  I Mil -IHIIi At III.V VI I WFaWERDAY Itth at I pm V:i 1-\NIW. VILLA ROAD Bniiom Hi "Ha moled IMW 10 I I < II I I -.' rt. paUnta TERMS I KlSCFLLAN^O'JS m Coat to At ehUl hatwood 1173 M! S0-:iOK COFrTXAnnouncing the arrt" %  %  traah mpply u( tinmoat dellclou %  d popular parkaged coffee a* at \our crocer. ... i N rWTK -n'KFK R 35 x 30—1 ply IHIfli oath, latt opportunity al Ihl' Hot Dear'. Garage Ltd 1" .', i • %  KXTROSE-Li Laricly m Infant feehydr %  %  •• ttjl* in flnblliutln* and m "tbam disiM., w-her* Uv food in'aiti %  Mlklanl. TleMrob L. n. A 'in of l>in> abo *•* Get it from WEAT103UIKAD LTD 36 3 W ; %  y HERE' Halt%  Ml '301. A W PIPES nTINGS. RI7 -T|r* u Tyra Co.. Trufalitar %  Miwll Table*. M,. JIII In Maiiot. 'tahogany Tip Top pin i'bio. Mtn-ored WaflD .-•. DaUixe . %  parfaCI d ( i*i. FWap>-. *h TUri % %  "MLip II DavMann. Srh Be-; Allan uan. AUUVA1 -i S>n Hhir *Joae Mac. tan MBf*ruma>. from BriUah Guiana. Age.it* "-*—-n*r Oamara" AaanctaXon >h Hajell Scott. 30 MM Mart*, from m. Vincent. A.. ciwner*' Aeanciauon M V Marianne. 1.U7 MM Kecii-te-naarn. from Antaerp. AgniU: S P Uuaaon. Son CU Ltd S itaurt. JT tana nag. Cap! CUnaaaaa*. rrom l-uracao: AgeniF1M< lation. Ild S S C tl Thuin "*.-.(l Andera". from SI Crou. AgentRobert Tnon. 14d 9r*i atacinald N Wailaci*. 11' t*ni -et. Capt WaUdca, from SI Lor .. Bn i*wner*' Av.v. -tt\ MMuiata. '.* tana nag. Capt HMV • elL from RrltMh Guiana: Agent. Robart Thorn Ltd. txrAiTt u* Ma Mac. 31 looa not. Cant Mrlaaen. for Trrrudad; Ageni. Bek v>a-Tirr'* Aamviation %  •: N: Tannla. S3 tona nag. Capt Tannla. for Trinidad. A—ali Vhooner %  i S Rio Junanaento. IJTJ tona net Tar* Monicro, for Maaa-o. AgentOgPdlfMaT Auatin gi Oa Lid Srheonar aunahlna R ton* IU Capt Pauw. for Bnti-i •genta llarbadoa Import Export C. .'n*. 73 ton* net CM Clark*, for Bntlah Guiana. Agent, •eh Ou-nera' AMHIIIKW AS C G Thulln. 1311 tana i.-' MMd for Trinidad. Age-'K.-hni Thorn lid. M V MariiUUMv 1 137 tona ne. Ca llenrlrkaen. f.*r Trtrudad. A, .Tt.l IN TOUCH WITH I!AKHAIH>S (OAST STATION R irnunilla. Chma I Tft-aril. Roaa. Chidmlm Pi Mountain. S Matao. SCln %  %  aH, • PMala, rtenona. Bliabelh N'au AnntrTdam. Cottiea. I ^ rft Mom. NrlOB,C. Q. Tfculin. Anioa'.>g> l"ont Audcmcr. Umgwood. EMo Baa Joaqmn. Brlllab Cavalier. OLaatial. N.un*ia. Argoruina. Marmorr** Soj.ten. Sumnoiii. Hir*i> Forl Imaklna. vmnl. Ai— PaeMki Ftx-lune. Fradnka. Dan\ig. M.rMr. Alininanta HodngM-a I via. nt MSMFl OFFICIAL SALE m im I'M-IWI I'OUT-I \pri.. V IVHI' GEOFrRTY WALTON A1JJ1N ..-. Plalnlifft META LONG of rfaw ta paggndm Arting h<~VEST 'FJCHTDN M<>TT1J"V her ran %  rf the A*i*i.int Court i>f Xtu-enl dated the 33hd day of Fahruary % %  Mghoat bidder al tha nl [he Auittant Court ol Appeal at the • %  : %  "if-Wnnon on Frldi.he fifth %  ^' d*J* of All thai rcrlain ^.'e or .d 'Huaie it Falrtlet.l Road %  %  i IIM mora oi ]*• ,ti' Ung on land* %  .1 th* *al>1 ill be et up • I .! %  .. 'IUII £7M 3 4 I V • of the AaataMi M 3 "*%  3n ^UUL-4JL AKK1VALS By 11 W A rTom Trinidad: Mart Tuckaa. Mavra OaHyinare. IVmi Grnowrr, Gaorga D* Not>> L ptoit Sylvia UoxUl. From St. Lucia. John C Koae. Pau! &>OfaaaMMi Raff* Ibrahim. Robart Da\n Hi-rbrn Itaylaj. neuroop Maraj. -canl challenor. VUatent Maingot. Ma.-. Ctiinming*. cuiiuumi %  %  fYotii Grenada . HlMaWV M L C ualMJUai tnjorga Wilaon. MoUa Rarrarhai Kill.: Sani. Jacquc <4nart. Hai> Ke.ih rterto %  id Plater. W.Oomdr Im.: Mhin^nivi NOTNm TO MERCHANTS AND QOl 1 KNMINI ; Id —Reutrr Eatpensive \\ ifS b) 11 %  For Tnnidad Mr Jame. ISaaVi %  %  Mai 0*N1L Mr Jam** Clr*nc* Lowll. Mr Oarar H ArrvLlia Mottlr>-. Mr AJLMMr lamoelot aggajab !-raari. Mr* Grntldui* No David Norn-'. Ml*. Ct rM, Mr riarv. Mra rioranc* Srhuagt*. Mr \ •al. Mr Robart Sieari . H Uiru: Mj l.^nar.1 Ta. %  MiItulllpj R^.%  %  I Knrnuin FJ*Uamo*M. lor JanuuX-a: ... Dill, Mr Mai' : %  For Antigua. Mr R Orvara %  Shoul gad Mi. ay*Maj Stai U Steelr. Mflr Alan Staele MII MIKK Mjamofj ...i. i, N 1 rig.. .th April nth Apni -'S;ii April Hih May NEW OBLLANS vlgllll -11* Arr. N r.gaa I3nd Mar.ii 6th April Ml Apni 33rd Apnl IBTH April 4lh • 1 is tints •flVKI soi root tn V.a.* vt .hi* Oil. Hallla* Arrive* %  Match ZSnd April l*t April ITth April Tdl NORinmi' M. ran Iws " %  • IUi-ri %  : lusi Miituhle (tir Stliool Children I 01 MAIN PENS Cheap iiui PEN KNIVES MAIL NOTICES %  R. ARC Li An. i %  I have been iniirucied to xcil by amtlon on Tueaday next the 3Slh llaren at ifcan Tri.ti, IT) ..ff St Stephenii Churrh, Black Bock. On. newly buill 30x11x9 Hou*e trltn Shed 20*9 Kitchen, toilet and pailms*. n ARC* aCOTT 34.3 SO.tn REAL ESTATE KANT A HOI -I Til IU 1 1-. WU1MTWUU i OMI atll you on with 3 brdrr-.w 1 ruwinlBg walar in 2 *UndaiC on IS act bagd 3 bedroom houae In CITY. • light, all other lal 3S4J B. Archer McKVnrJf %  | %  BATH TtTta. Pour Engll.h Ratill taran A Co Ltd 13 3 50 t ETS %  ,, -< *nd %  J*tf*fl. t Mna. Sfl and Sft. length%  -I plate* I |l •Nans 3H in varlou* %  btgg %  <• Tyro Company. TrataV., |—t f.n ,£?**£ '"'"^M CPU %  **; with vour drink. WOE Wr-\T1I1 SB ^ HFST "' ^r* Road "-veiling Houar with 3 rood* land hedroon". ' •*"• P" nlr ' i"ni Dial 33TS Parchaa r.f Lai %  -: i'i-..ii. I'oper Da>relLi Road AT 'he offka of tha imdervlnied i 11 3Ut inatant at 3 P "' %  | -J"0 RECORDS VOU K7* hot* and they're kam '.' ','"'" Md Btatfi r.. arag %  !•* %  wmuiBlo Roaa, vooaii by Ai. •*• %  **. Mill* Brother* etr A. Bamea A Co _. 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1950.



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Bishop Criticises |"
_ Rejection Of
_ Teachers Bill

£ HONBLE THE LORD BISHOP ; gisintive

Council yesterday, criticised the Seo for turn.
down the Education Committee's recommendation for 56

icnal teachers for elementary schools, without first
referring the matter back to the Committee.

tHe said: “I do not question the
competence of the Government’s

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Prices fs

RAVE CENTS
Wear 35.

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Government

‘No Longer In The Clouds’ |

Crivvs Ureed| COUNCIL PASSES
Tc Bring. APPROPRIATION BILL

To Bring
ns OR THE FIRST TIME in several years Hon’ble

D own P rices F J. D. Chandler congratulated the Government
LONDON, March yesterday on Estimates of Revenue and Expendi-

ae Excheau ee ee. ture. Compliments came from Mr. Chandler as the
‘Government's position for Legislative Council discussed and passed the Appro-
priation Bill which authorises the issuing from the

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by demands of member union

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Financial Advis more money.
c ers
Bombers subject. I do question the corsme A short formal statement iss financial year which will end on March 31 next year.
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tence of these advisers to ay atte: the meeting said The Hon’ble Acting Colonial Secretary who moved the
mare the internal néevis of the pein one — ie. second reading of the Bill, and the Hon’ble H. A. Cuke who
Poun tional teac het eles i for addi the Secchecier,. and. the: Presid seconded that motion, both explained why the Government,
fed, and so the present “tna aid ,uf the Board of Trade, Harold \ in the face of problematical world conditions had prepared
o | fact te of lax : , on, this afternoon for perio cautious estimates, and this found favour with Hon'ble
rorists E fiaitee wer) j interview of the economic. sit J. D. Chandler.
er | Che Bishop we speakit ig on the re ~' Mr. Chandler recalled how sev-
ee ‘Education” in the Colonial There was a useful exchange m erely he had criticised the budget
™ Estimates for the curre ; ee views, and it was understood thi ; »resented last year and said that
» ent year dur- ; I Om 7 een OD Same Ue
In Singapore ing the discussion on the Appro- ___ Picture shows a group of the guests who attended the Cocktail Party at Wakefield, British | * further meeting would be hk mi ers the Acting Colonial Secretary had
_ | Priation Bill, Council headquarters last evening, given by Mr. H. Riseley Tucker, British Council representative in ue cous Y admitted: that ‘out of the: three mil-
SINGAPORE, March 27, He said: and Mrs. Tucker. _ There was no indication wheile Chal en es lion dollars which it had been
) The newly arrived four-engined| Mr. President, I wish to make the next meeting would come be- | proposed to spend in last year's
| Lincoln bombers of the Royal Air ‘, tae comments on the sultic | rm m Saat Str SiuToRd’ Cripps | preser pueer only tails = half =
F took off from Singapore this} ° daucation. There are certair oe er T; 4 | his budget in just over three week 4 ttl, ion had actually been spent. In
P ‘morning on their first anti-terror- features of Government's Educ: Ss ruman is $s e Sains | time. | , ee his (Mr. Chandler's) opinion it
ay g *y whic daa t was understood that j ‘ vas wise of the Gover
aan tonal oliey which | cause ne , edtims,umderatoog that TU. C:| LONDON, Mareh, a7, | 4 86 Of oe Son
They carried full loads. note will | +1 oe ; poe | Cuts In Marshall Plan Ito t ike a mon to bring iow a ; — House of Commons to- million during the year 1950-51
The bombers arrived in Malaya| }.... ns say. ti aken of what | e urn = | oe Set ' i . own Con-| day, Sir Waidron Smithers, Con. | ~ ’ en we
} ae Si ave no desire to | 1er prices and curd profits f > y 5
jast week to strengthen the oper-| ij ce h et iE: servative, hallenged Prime enol ‘”
| otions against the guerillas. iy pall Seen Officers; it WASHINGTON, March 27. Bociee | business, : Minister Attlee to say whether | ania dy a: a =
|, Nine special police constables, | which j an COnRMAE tien ving oO W l ( leaders in the House of Representatives today | in alae prrpcnale OF oh eee he really meant business wher ment is no longer floating in the
smising after the terrorist ambush | ous to know on what eehueds ‘the renewed their fight against Republican demands f ‘uts ij pound, t ; cover tases th of rati | See ie WER ae oman clouds, but that it has come
‘on Saturday in the Gua Musan ; ds the W heir Went agains . ck vemanas ror cuts | mG, CO Sues operation As a first step, he suggest« a soli ; e fe
fine of Kelantan State, have = ae. in the draft estimat: N Marshall P nd other foreign aid funds f the nationalised railways, woul Attlee should apply the sai Sonal : its i et
, -| of the Education Department fo) B a 1a . iy ; further force up the cost of living i gh EP ie Standing on its feet, trying to
— to their base with their) 56 additional primary — schoo! | trilee Ose | EFS WRGHOG: HY «Gi aODS:| erted Reuter | th a a sre i ere make the best of a difficult job.”
teachers. was. disallowed, done , Strike ing the | . , : ee al. ap} sident Truman for is r Cabinet, including a Mr. Chandler speaking on some
"inal figures showed that 18] this ite: : Ul port to-d fi SP » R ] S | age of the ful! | ssa Minister John Strachey, as we ithe Haeda-ni pat, ee
m being re eelie tn} aay, were a j | @ of the hea f expenditure pro-
‘men of the Security Force were | the Edueation hoe = a h ordwred’ back | Ut | e } \dr oped 2 civil servants, posed for the new - Sentat year
| killed instead of the 21, earlier re-| ther considerati ti) | WOrk ' CETTHRI 7 istration This brought a rebuke from | promised to suy + +) ead
’ s ion. I know tha trade union lead-| VV INDOW , | ti ly . promised to support the Govern=
"ported dead. Government has not unlimited | ©" i y J - Phe House was debating tl us ream the Speaker (Chairman) Colon ment in its efforts to improve ac-
Two members of the Malaya| funds at its disposal, and I can Me, ke Englart, Comn SAVANNAH CLUB Forel Economie Assistance Act | Douglas Clifton Brown, who saic commodation at the General Hos-
‘Regiment were still missing. ae believe that it is difficult to |Seeretary of the Brisbane “TENNIS ; : es the, i i Marsha || COPENHAGEN, March 27 ae 2 erg - 7 om tg “
' ; batt, . adjust expenditure between dc- | of Waterside Worker YESTERDAY'S RESULI een se Rei Fea, See When the regular poaee n Ce ens Ss ae Mr. Cuke prepared this year his
& Troops and police were combin- | partment and department, I must.| eration told the membe m | Ladies’ Doubles < countrie vould = receive sey aircraft from Ron member usual analysis of the budget for
ing a wide area of the rice grow-| however, register an emphatic | pendin ; — aed ‘ $2,100,000,000 in cash and $1,000 anded safely at K: attr Reuter the benefit embers and it was
area of the Kelantan-Pahang-| protest : art iphatic | Penang an executive decisic X- Mi Gibb 000,000 worth of surplus Unite nal ra . " Jt +} adidion; | Shun
aarwes ahang-| protest against arbitrary cuts in| pecte , I Airport here to-day a little circulated ti rem before the
pborder—scene of Saturday’s bat-| the education vote without any | the ; my “D Siates farm produce. group of Journalists walkec meeting
tle. . | reference to the Education Com- | possibi ak ie - The Bill would also provi silently away. | 3 Year Old Boy Contributing the discussion
’ For 30 minutes the heavy Lin-| mittee. When the estimates were , S E prison sentences indei be anise $100,000,000 economic aid For two months one of apart from the Acting Colonial
4 : 7 ; 1e m t in i th n oubles Korea. $ ¢ . resi - c ’ .
itoln bombers pounded the jungle! considered by that Committee, 5i'! Government Inet ween YO an Bk. Korea, $45,000,000 to launch Pres! the Journalists had been Aceused Of Murder aye | Secretary, Hon'ble H. A. Cuke and
ect concentration. additional teachers for the pri- or nent = week ‘ A Edward dent ees ee roar I oe having the same inadin. CF | Hon'ble J. D Chandler, were
e attack was covered by a! mary schools were not asked f¢ he Australi ( il P, Edghill 10 ‘ gramme for the world’s underdeé that this afternoon’s Rome : Hon’bles G. D. L. Pile, F. C. Hut- f
I a S I as f 1x ‘ ; rO-l x LES a. aii s 5 HES a ane , einer
ee deus the Jungle was sprayed | in order to increase expenditure Trades Unions was ole aoResin CTURE . vel ped reas, $100,000,000 for the machine would crash while a TESHIRE, March at. son, and the Lord Bishop
by machine gun fire— Reuter. They were asked for because they | 22 emergency meeti . B genenal area ‘ ff non-Communist | landing at Copenhagen. to ei ar-old Thomas Anthony The Council will sit again to-
, ‘ 1 nd $27.45 ) s . Loug 8 on rT . s :
i ure badly needed, If the Estimate?| discuss the Government's acti ina 1d $27,450,000 for Pales- | So vivid was the dream us mene : other wept silently day to complete the business on
! Committee reached the conclu- |i invoking the Crimes Act ung Arab refugees and so regularly did it recur tollin ys ‘ ee ae oa ae ne
: sion that the proposed educatior The Crimes Act gives far-reach- Dave : that he felt there might | Oday as ner DOy was accused Oi , :
* n ucat | Act gives far-react 2D »duce 8 x 2 or of Pe Bar bine | Y nas Xs
ild Character vote was too high, I Submit that j ing emergency powers to the Gov- . e . "fhe Be Reduced ei \ something in it. He collected me oo of Peter Evans, 10 ) Greet Care
: it would have been wiser to have ; ernment, including the right ML g . sion Oh a hal Oe Be ed a Fee Tepe wns OCG By, E : - Bee } I j
referred it back to the Educ immediate arrest, banning of meet ee ty, Veneers had the. rr os just in case. But the Rome vans’ body was found in Moving the second reading of
In Schoo! tion Committee with a note th ings and the death penalty for| hall Plan, had requested $3,200 machine landed safely. |} field near a local football ground | the Bill, the Acting Colonial Secre- |
f - it be reduced by so much, and treason | eee || 100,000 in cash for Europe, buy a —Reuter ;}; carly on Sunday morning He | tary said
: ALICE have allowed’ the Fx ition 1 ba Government's action. , a | House Committee cut this figure | || ad died from extensive heai; I find myself this year in
=, Committee to make the necessa | te ae : ree Journalist . $1,000,000,000 cash, and sub-| njuries | unusual position for the Govern-
- ) ounter € OCKE Ss titat t} ar .
} adjustments. 1) ‘ ° i. itute ve surplus farm produce. | Detective Inspector Roger ment spokesman movir t
(Barbados Advocate Correspondent) | ne oh . Administratic eader th ’ ° re id that whe as f te
‘dei p> | arn 6 ‘ ‘ 1€é / ald that when he asked Lou Annual Estimates. He
PORT-OF-SPAIN, March 26 | : Internal SHORE ee vee i: or 20-Da {ouse met heavy opposition to tl Churchill Will lin if he could tell him anythir iced with the task of pursuadit
-, Saath. purtiose. for - school], 2° mot duesiion the: compe- | one point thal - ol ze of the Aid Bill from rge | | ibout the murdered boy the Council of the desi: lity or
lucation is not g _| tence of the Government Ir elsewhere. —Reuter. tepublican economy bloc when U ‘ne 9 7 . repli Yes 1 sine. veel remit f new ‘ J
tions but building = 7 xamina~ cial Advisers on their ov | Study | Bill is first debated in the Hot Crilicise Foreign co = t. es, T hit him wit area gf 0 ; e chemes 1M
£ up charé , bad ; shail tha i s Ms - . Or e ces or iditic i pen ure
Mid learning to be good citizens ny Ae ao ms stion the competen } , ist Frid The Republicans were Loughlin was remanded until | of one kind ot oe "y T his os +s
This was what Pr Vatcce: tion ese aavisers to say Wh | ‘ ) supported ome Democrats > ° ril ¢ . : : 3
; e at Princess Alice] the internal needs the scl | KI] hi; t R oUc iad ~Reuter he Government is asking for
% oer al 1 is of ( | fepresentat Jacob Jaci wo - ‘ 7
vad a of St. Joseph Covent,| The proposal fo \ddition ep an IN FRANCE me I lies F her a Nees Yor 2 | | authority to do little more than
ort-of-Spain, when she visi achers has. ; . [Sameer oor es LON arch 27 carry on sting vice sf
, » visited| teachers has been illower ‘ PARIS. Ma urin ted debate. declare: . JONDON, March 27 ! n existin I es as far
them yesterday, and so the present un sfactory | Killed Bov Brazilia as 1 os re fd 3 1S Dau : e ae + on : he first Foreign Affairs debat Bar Refugees ( ible heir resent level
“My Caribbean t } state of large and: usmnanngen ? i rom Bassi Ait sf ft must be 1 tinued = the. mo OF Parliament will be Opene EF S i tl Ze y's ult, the . ‘in the
é our has con-| classes remains. An adequate sup ) “Ne iene a /e ; i : tomorrow by the Oppositio: rom ovie body lt, the re th
: . . $hMe «4 ‘ Aa ‘ | “i 20-day idy tou France effect : veapon against Com- } , . c te Lone ra
“ me that the people of the] ply of trained teachers is my FLORDIA, March 27 cea: faiarcs saa fe feo ie | i be leader, Winston Churchill, who i t abstracts of revenue and expen-
tent West Indian islands are| essential and is more important The Florida State Attorne mig Of the 36 porter 1 ager 5 expected to concentrate on th BONN, March diture do not give very clear
despite th , / ome of the important daily paper Breakdown ’ ;
P heir minor peculiarities| than buildings. If the Government | today began an investigation int: . acre ; , German Problem and the Coun- rl West German Parliament| Picture, and great care is necessary
is in th ; . 8 ‘ of Rio de Janeiro have been invit-| Mr. Jacits said that it had beer . }
in the main one people”. She| is content to allow its financial] the death of five year old| oq py the French Commissariat of SOCe weee le eS | cil of Europe. oter ay to xclude ali; before they can be used for
felt that the University College| @dvisers to determine importani| Edward Schooley WHO WAS! doitem ty visit Franck The Hf <4 e timated that if the United According to present arrange- | 'efugees coming from the Sovier; Poses of comparison. I am_ no
of the West Indies of which she| ®@ucational questions of this kina | trampled to death by a circus! ctay ae oe ot Nee iy Kir OOM SOC uld, because of ae ments, Foreign Secretary Ernest | Z0ne except those whose lives o1 | going to burden Honourable Mem-
Chancel] then there is no need for the Edt elephant here yesterday wey © Uple : 1 ays n ‘ aris national breakdown, be compe Oc 3evin will wind up the debate personal freedom we ‘ ‘ bers wi ‘ v0 25
or would not only 1 ’ p : j efore coming to central Francelto ‘relinauish ‘. Larninticn ; L vas in acute} th a string of figures, but
Stve to strengthen the bond be-} C2U0 Committee, and I am noi} Arthur Concello Genera + thes Mieeniali: tasvias See ae rn 7 be at fart , fie rnationa:) for the Government langer or who had had eavo!I think the Council will like to
. » Sn + 7 ; . | ( i n niviera Le B Y rticula 1 ori V » ones 6
| tween the islands but also to o err prepared to waste time serving | Manager of the circus, ’ a5 th % # a E ye mp ae : Dth bed His speech would in this case, for “other compelling reasons.” have some idea how the esti-
fyes of the students = 7 m it. Money spent on education | understood the boy, whi —— } tha ee te ot 1a parts tec be a reply to points raised Reuter. @ on page 5 d
latger- world around then 0 4] is money well spent, but there| been feeding peanuts to : i a id re. an Poe a hy “others rather than a review
arou them must be wisdom in the spending | ejephants, ducked under th Ingrid Bergman : _ ose yo ry be - 44-000. Foreign Policy in general
A garden party was held at here -_ ve of “7 ae peer | guard rope to pick up some pea- 5 lneaann ; a ae es Anthony Eden, Wartime For
ve : at) given long and careful study-tc| juts he he : . rue . woe eign Secretary, will speak fi
ce, House this afternoon} educational questions, and wh a te ee ‘eters be- For Riviera Leon Gavin (Republican) sai the Comesmminiitn Geom oy
f ver 1,000 people attended. do not lack either the knowledge ra eciind: “Hike. a “eciggee «et | thet Europe had been put bac Me. Wevin’s tatention ‘
ana yO " | Cé 2 excite Ke a GOR W ‘TN " , _ Oe i . tT ‘ \ § :
eects y Cable) @ on page 3 | someone takes a bone away from| ‘rials ane Cae. fare e2 7 any its feet by the United State’) »oserving himself until the clos
ne wind e swedisn him Star, ngri 1a ‘ of the debate will be che se
hi it Reuter Bergman, and the | n film di- “Tt essential ‘hat the Europear nly f Mr eeenaliins’ —— .
¢ | ie ector, Robs R issed| Recovery Programme should b¢ ee Ney : - F
| et ae | B calls for : i wry es
inese Communists } cough Genoa to-day n their| sealed down to a level the United alls for an immediate mon
R d k } TWO PRIESTS to the Italian Riviera. | States can support,” he said —EOEEE
a J r | . vere believed to be head- ‘ : ;
e oO Hit Bae f | ; Getting Nothing
ng for Imperia along the Riviera |
y IMPRISONED vast Democrats cheered when Rep- Rus: a Walks Out
HONG KONG, March 26. ia saat Se tossellini told reporters after a ResemttOn, that the ort eee ; ; SPECIAL OFFER
The Chinese Con sady to hit back at | ae aleradl is st on the Riviera SRY Ta | ae getting, nevteinen ten the Sie O H i
the air base ymunists are now ready to hit back ¢ Two Polish priests, allegedly) nN on a film, starring Miss| was getting novaing for the money n uman Rights
Shanch ases from which the Nationalists have bombed | members of an underground plot rgman, about “Life on the »\she provided under the Marshal TO CUSTOMERS
ser ighal and blockaded the Yangtse River, Western ob-|to murder and rob, have beer The § sh nd I Plan LAKE SUCCESS, March 27
‘vers here b ant t 1 for nine and eight ‘ He declared England was the | Russia to-da extended {
nid e believe. sent to prison for nine an ig i velle ilone } - g} f t ay xtendec i
4 *' The Communists have trained} years respec tively at Rzeszow Their i Renat Rossellini, | country that filled the breach in| boycott of the United Natio: . WwW. Vv.
in airforce “wit! Russian help the Polish Press agency reports t th ther the | uw. Her cities took the | organisations by walking out
Martial Law | and tockiriinl, advice, according | tonight. The alleged leade e Italian director id Mi Germat or her ‘hip he Commission on Human Right AVAILABLE ONLY IN RESPECT
h z ‘ * ciszek Bozek f ind hi if had no plar fough the ubmarine 1} over the Chine epresentatio: ' T WAQra ai p
2 servers think; the gang, Fran Cr Ooze I elf h no } nese rej enta OF »U f I / i . ’
te pepeats, ‘ak ere ane ‘6. years : eddins | Atlantic aman - I R¢ HASES MADE FROM
. ye they wi ae aes, 4. | —Reuter Neuter, | We cannot afford to hely QOPAY AND NOT LATE
n ' Nationalists Chusan islands | n Brit The Soviet Delegate Mr. Sn THAN 31ST MARCH
. ie c acks | britalt 8oviel sCBar omyon , Al ae MARC 1950
| Base, ae ey for the attacks “Otherwise we will stand alone | Tsarajkin left the table afte: :
CALCUTT h 97 | against Shangnal. t e ‘ e and wait for the Russian planes | following the now familiar pat- | . ,
Martial A, March 27 | Nationalist sources assert tha h I I ‘ te oe tom bombs.” ern of sing the exclus | Twenty-five beautiful British Aluminium
al law é iia baal ‘ 7: ‘h a l oO ains ring the atom bombs n of proposing the exclusion » e , ’ , '
Night just aa was Gomaed to-|the new Communist airforce | ars Aid vo Britain wage “matter o! | the Chinese delegate Waiters—-Golden Colour with beautiful
Sturbances. 7 Ree, after) includes Soviet - ey destroyer elf-preservation”, he said. His proposal was ruled out o picture of a famous South African home-
learneg tha’ the vas officially } planes and claim they destroyec | —Reuter. order by the Chairman, Mr stead will be distributed gratis, one to
Overnment re West Bengal; seven in a raid on Shangha\’ i | Eleanor Roosevelt (United States) each. of -25 c “in h
@ ar decided to declare] Lunghwa Airfield last Wednes- | er en ‘o c alin. the Chinees stationed ich of 25 customers who to obtain one
sit a under martial law “as| day, | aint a on mathe a ‘ tray or waiter must each produce a bona ;
stuatio lin ond aelegate was appointed ice ie iia 4) ales oa
fF and Weontinued to deter Independent eee BELGRADE, Mare | FLYING SAUCER? President of the Commission or fide cash or eredit bill, certified by the
Wuthoriticy Was out of the civil; these reports is lacking, but a8 1 4 waren % Human Rights principals of the liquor business, from
os) Control”. Martial law! Western observers believe in-| Latest Yugoslav General Elections show that Mia arshal | ¢ } which obtained, for : rchase of K.W.V }
in force : 1 : a > s ac ; F ; —Reuter. ain 4 a purenase 0 0 Wie Vi }
Teturn to ion until conditions | creasing Russian help and advic Nito gained not less than 99 per cent of the ites cast in ADDIS ABABA, March 27 | Wines io the value of. not le thas i
0 t | ; ; ‘xcited E : od i Bs alue ) oss an |
mal. is available to the Communist five out the six constituencies in which he is standing| . Excited Ethiopians flocked into FIVE DOLLARS ‘
—Reuter Ph vera 0 : 1D ‘ ‘ { | the streets of their capital here to- , — .
Government. Nat a , Peoples’ Front candidate for the Fede ral Council. | day to look. at wilat- spocasall Ro a ™
‘hines ationalis OF . : ate Cot j < ) 100K & at é . , OF Ww wu
Se eecies neve aoe e second landing 0! His score wa ri es ware ; | CAT in flying saucer“, but there Was Gubitchev Not } As only 25 K W V_ customers can bene- ‘
ave : . ¢ T mati 99 ; a ; : : ; ; . om 4h -
P ae ~ the mainland coast north of | 994 per cent VDaimatia , Ljubljana, Capiti Se te Silos ’ | this difference, it was stationary ’ | fit we reserve the right to exclude those
romising my Sungmen south of Shanghai,)cent, Sxo} pre” Pee : 8 See aan | a | for four hours To Go Ashore | customers who produce bills to us after
according to usually reliable | Drivar in Bosnia 99.1 pé en KC idate reat = No explanation of the pheno- y | the distribution of 25 waiters has been
ah _, JORONTO, March, sources here tonight an in Titograd Vontenegt ( ‘ou ; 1€| menon © far forthcoming. LONDON, March 27 made
“Nhada’s » j 2 details were | Mar { eh oficial list of cat te } —Reuter. A Russian Embassy official wil
Priy rench - Gaadian| No further : 7 ;
Lau, Ministe r, Mr. Louis St.| immediately available 99.8 r Council ” | board the Polish liner “Battory ‘ j
meee aid to-day that. the free “Rept rts also current here tha 2 for 31 | vhen she docks at Southampto: | Here is an opportunity to own a@ lovely :
fi ay a > 2 sports ais . '? r 2 t i
td might find in Canada’s dual| the Communists had landed eni here Tits ” ss | Radium Capsule omorrow and visit Valentine} waiter and at the same time to enjoy
li Sneh natianatite 4, ain slant ‘ t te y . Gubitchev, 33-year-old R
for yin tench nationality the key| small force on Hainan Is ' | , y ussian |
timate aoa : > od > q Nationalist Marst j near the il | ” engineer, deported from the
War , ictory in the cold] were confirmed by 4 ? The Mé | Found In Dum U 3
» ch said ‘ tine ke } Jnited States after being convicted | o* .
" sir e mmunique which sai ‘ 1ESE 4 Hetin c | ni é ing convicted :
tating peace and harmony be-| Nationalist aircraft had straffes thre WEST GERMANY oa gl j of Spying for Russia.
t hatte I art i} -| Nationalst wee ; the } “ urta I _ ai.} ‘. : ™
10 an only come} 300 Communist the ands \ capsule containing 90 millio—| Gubitchey will not be allowed| Bills to be produced to Hull @ Son, Rigmas ned
the development} north-west area © cb fist oop ie rammes of radium worth 10,000 | ashore at Southampton. He will tions Ltd. New Building, Roam 302 who F’
thon of the| Chine ane alert F ' ote warks which Was lost in the|remain in the liner, uhtil she| will issue Delivery. Orders to R. M. Jones 1p
ind of partnership | seiz ; ” a eS linie a week ago Was docks at the Polish port of Gdynia. | & Co, Ltd., K.W.V. Distributors. ey
eve « ped between | st ver : an : : a : | A former United Nations| me
here Can-| N be th , . ad vas located | engineer, Gubitchev was originally | yi
7 te sump e th entenced in the United States t K. Ww. V. tf
it | k wis ’ * % te
pe ee ee Steen ae | | TABLE WINES, PORTS, SHERRIES,
1€ g € lertakins forfeit is ht
' / “=
il € aid j , I ent im al and leave America never !
, rated behind the C ! | Seen ppeal an | VERMOUTHS, BRANDY.
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Carh Calling

H* EXCELLENCY the Gov-
ernor and Mrs. Savage ac-
companied by Mr. W. Lamber?’
were at Kensington yesterday af-
ternoon to see the Sp irtan—Har
Y 2 College Football Match
which they watched from the
George Challenor Scand

Repeat Performance
Monat y BROMOVA tells me
that by special request of the
y people who were unable tv
ee her Dance & 41 which took

place. at the Snpire Theatre o
T jay, she has decided to have
a repea’ performance on Friday,
8lst March, at 8.30 p.m.

The Booking Office opens on
Thursday.

Engaged
T a Cockiail Party held at
“Hazel Cot,” Hindsbury Road,
on March 22nd, the engagement

Was announced between Mr. Ev-
erton Weekes, International crick-
eter, and Miss Joan Manning, sec-
ond daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Colin Manning of “Hazel Cot,’

sasbury Road.

Returns to Vancouver
Vi‘ inv STULL, head of
4 I.C.A. for the Western Di-
Vasiun in all the western ierritory,
west of Winnipeg—has at last re-
turned home to Vancouver after
a prolonged stay at “Cacrabank.”

fwendy-seven years ago Mr

Stull was flying, and has been for

tweive years with T.C.A.

His experiences include flying
over tne wildest parts of Alaske,
and the most northern unknown
wastes of Canada and his life
reads like a book.

Matter of Hats
HE grandson and great grand-
son of a well known hat man
ufacturing firm in Canada, have
been staying at “Cacrabank” on

their way back to Canada
Mr. J M. Shuttleworth’s
grandfather went to Luton, Bed-
fordshire, England (the famous
hat making centre) and brought
out vo London, Ontario, three
whole families and settled them
in Canada, to start a hat making
businegs, which has now become
one of the most well known
These vhree families are still with
them, and they are still making
ts. Mr. Shuttleworth hopes t

bring his other two chi ildren and

fe ou for a holiday a: well as

“Jame Junior,” who was ith
this trip.

trinidad Carnival
ror London

island has become fa-
be neld in London in

Club “77,” a social and cultural
nstituvion f West Incians in this
country, are to organise the car-
nival wh will be held at the

Porchester Hotel,

icDonald Bailey, the Trinidad
Olympic sprinter, is President o/
whe Club. He succeeded the Ja-
maican Olympic Champion,
Arthur Wint, about two months
age

eek M uid that every
ld be made to capture
rue carnivat atmosphere.

going to appeal for
umes from Trinidad,”



he added

After Two Years

M®*® PHILIP WILKIE, after
4 two years in Venezuela

where he worked at Lagunillas,
Maracaibo, returned home yester-
day by B.W.I.A., to spend about
one month’s holiday with his pa-
rents, Mr. and Mrs, E. G. Wilkie
in Black Rock





POCKET CARTOON
by OSBERT LANCASTER

Besides Collecting Vegrees
ee entering cuwm rs in Lon-

aon is Davia Coore from Ja-

maica. David took his bar finais
at the end o: ly¢¥. Previously he
was at Oxford and McGill Univer-
sities, where he obtained three
degrees. He married last year

Trinidadian girl named Rita, wh«
is a music student. Besides col-
lecting degrees this budding Ja-
maican lawyer is very interested
in cricket and is looking forward
to the visit of the West Indians
this summer

Another Son

O* interest to everyone will be

the news that Geoffrey de

Freitas, new Under-Secretary of
Siate at the Home Office and his
wife have another son, The child

as born last week at their home

in Loughton, Essex. He is called
Patrick, weighs 942 lbs. Like his
two brothers, he will be christen-
ed in the House of COmmons crypt.
Mr. de_ Freitas’s
Moore, lives in Barbados and so
does Lady de Freitas, his mother.
His father the lee Sir Anthony
de Freitas, was formerly Chief
Justice of British Guiana

sister, Mrs.



Inspiration

NHORTLY to be published in
S

London by Nicholson and

Watson's is “Caribbean Circuit,”
i book of travel and reminiscen-
ces by Sir Harry Luke.

The author, a former Governor

of Malta, was Chief Representa
tive of the British Council in the

FULL -SCALE Trinidad car- Caribbean from 1943 to 1946
A , typical of those tor Much of the book is devoted vo
talking about personslities whom
Sir Harry met in the West Indies
Sir Harry spent a lot of his time
at Sam Lords, where lois of writ-
ers find inspiration.

Left for Caracas

N the Paradise Beach Club for

ten days were Comdr. and

Mrs. Charles Hartigan, Americans
now living in Caracas, Venezuela.
Comdr. Hartigan used \'o be in the
U.S. Navy. Another couple re-
turning to La Guaira yesterday
on the same ’plane by which
the Hartigans travelled were Mr.
and Mr i Corso, who were
paying Barbados their first visit
They were guesis at the Marine
Hotel

Left On Sunday

Me me Mrs. Oscar Mottley,
o 3oston, Mass., left on
Sunday a B.W.1.A. en route vo
the U.S.A., after spending two

months’ holiday with his family

at Holigan Road, Bank Hall. Sor-
ry to leave so soon, they have en-
joyed the holiday immensely

BY THE WAY »

HENEVER I hear someone

say “He never seems abie to
ago the right thing,” I think of

Peploe, who tried to cross the

Sahara in a sleigh drawn by
dogs.

Whenever he thought camels
were after him, he would throw
them a dog to delay them, turn-
ing im his seat and gazing
anxiously back as they do in the
films wien pursued by wolves.
He lived’on pemmican, and when
he came to his first oasis he looked
for iceBe@fgs and icefloes. Seeing
none, hewwrote home: “The long
Arctic night is over, dear Mother,
and your son will soon have bear's
meat to eat instead of pelican.”
His mother took the letter to the
curate, and said, “What the devil

the boy talking about?” The

curate sent the letter t the

Bishop, who said to his secretary
“Some crazy woman who think
her son is at an oasis in the Arctic,
with a pelican, Pop over to
Chudwell and see what it’s all
about.”

A Confused Situation

O THE secretary called on Mrs
People . . “My dear lady,




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there are no pelicans in the
desert, and no bears, and what
would he be doing with a sleigh
in such a place?” “That's what
I'm asking you,” retorted the
vidow savagely You must have
got it wrong, Sald the secretary
“I must have got it wrong?’
roared the stricken mother It’s
not I that’s doing all this It's
my boy. Do I look as if I was
eating pelicans under a date-
palm?” By the ‘time the secre-
tary got home he was convinced
that the poor lady was mad, and
told the Bishop so “Halluci-
nations,” said the Bishop. “She
Said she wasn’t eating pelicans
under a date + palm? Poor
woman,” And that is why, when
Peploe got to Waran, a letter from
the curate told him that the
Bishop secretary was convinced
that his mother thought she was
crossing the Arctic on a came!
“One of us is crazy,” said young
Peploe. “It must be Ma.”

Missing The Moon

“THE LAST of the hay had been

thrown out to lighten the
rocket, but still that perverse



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Intransit

RS. F. A. SEAFORD and her
small daughier who or on
their way to England on lorg
leave are guests at “Cacrabank .’
Mr. Seaford is an engineer fo
Bookers in British Guiana and
holds the post of Assistant Tech-
nical Adviser. Their small daugh-
ter, Peva, thinks the bathing here

is “just wonderful.”

Spent Nearly Three Weeks

FTER spending nearly thre

weeks’ holiday with the
Barnards in St. Vincent, Miss
Cecily Warren returned home via
Grenada yesterday by B.W.LA.
Arrivals from Grenada yesterday
were Col. K. Dennis and Col. K.
Stewart, both now revired and liv-
ing in Grenada. They are staying
at the Marine Hotel

Left Last Week

© continue her studies in the

United States is Miss Daphne
Thorne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
C. S. Thorne of Culloden Road,
who left by air last week.

Overloaded

{* is getting so that driving

in the country districts dur-
ing crop time is driving at the
risk of your life. Lorries with
trailers, attached which are hope-
lessly overloaded, are tearing
around the country side, taking

dangerous bends at break-neck |

speed, the drivers, regardless of
their own or anyone else’s life

Flew For The First Time |
R. AND HARVEY SMITH left|

yesterday for Grenada by
B.W.I.A. This is the first time
they had ever travelled by air,
and it was hard to decide whether

they were looking forward to the}

trip or not.
Mr. Smith, who is a retired

Post Office Regional Engineer has'

gone to Grenada for discussions
with both Governments of the

Windward and Leeward Islands, |

concerning internal communica-
tions.

They arrived here recently on
the ‘Golfito’ and have been staying
at the Hastings Hotel.

Mr. A. G. L. Douglas, Div s-'
ional Manager Cable and Wireless }
(W.1I.) Ltd., was at Seawell to;

see them off.

Returned To Grenada

RS. MARJORIE EVANS and
her baby son George
Anthony, who have been spending
three weeks at Harmony Hall,
returned to Grenada yesterday by
B.W.1.A., as also did Mrs
Maurice Harbin and her daughter
Rita, who spent exactly one week
at the Hotel Royal, instead of two
as they had planned when Carib
saw them on their arrival last
week.

Rented A Car

R. JOHN S. GROENE, who is

in the Insurance Business in
Caracas and has lived there for
fourteen months returned on Sat-
urday with his wife to Venezuela
by B.W.LA. During their two
weeks here, they rented a smal)
car and thoroughly toured the
island. They were staying av the
Paradise Beach Club,

After One Week
URGEON at Grenada’s Colon)
Hospital, Dr. Gordon Page
and Mrs. Page returned b)
B.W.I1.A. yesterday, after spend
ing one week at the Crane Hous
Club.



BEACHCOMBER

gadget continued to lose heigh
The night was dark. By thc
sage’s reckoning they were some
where over the West of Eng
land. He and Professor Range:
were discussing ways and means,
and not many of either, when
there was a crash and a jolt, By
a slithering of tiles, Strabismu
judged that they had come t
rest on a roof. He was mor
sure of this when a _ chimné,
toppled sideways and fel] into a
yard. The scientists sat wher
they were for a moment, to tak
stock of the situation. . The
din had awakened night- -watch
man Ernest Fafuage, guardian o
one of those secret places whe!
our new weapons of destruction
are being prepared. What pu:
zled Fafuage was how anybody
could have got through ti
quadruple lines of twelve—to
high barbed wire. Rubbing, hi
eyes, he staggered into the yi ard
where he fell over the wreckage
of the chimney. And _ there,
straddling the roof of the largest
laboratory was what he at first
took to be a helicoptor, Fafuag:
dashed to the telephone, and i
two minutes the fire brigade an
the police were on the way.

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rec uperating in a hospital sterted
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case of bad break being a good
break—because today she is on®

Doris recently compiled a home
safety guide which she hopes 11
might save some youngster from i
injury. Nurses at the children’s
hospital helped her line up the
“day’s dozen don’ts,” which she
first put into practice on her own
eight-year-old son, Terry, a 12.
freckle-faced tow-head who looks kept unloaded or locked up. "
a lot like his famous mother

Here are Doris’ rules; which have injured or killed a child
> star of “Young Man With a Doris added:
hopes to put in every “Three seconds can
home in America where there moments
children: a child.”—LN,S.

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HOLLYWOOD. The

Doris Day, who portrays glit- ¢hild won't.
tery glamour gals on the screen
but who is a devoted mother in 2.
private life, today launched a of
-woman crusade to save the cooking utensils toward the back
lives of children throughout the of the stove.
nation. 3.

The blonde singing star spends
much of her spare time at the files,
Los Angeles Children’s Hospital Teach older children
entertaining injured and ill never i
youngsters, buying them presents ments, carrying points away fron
and helping out as an unofficial
nurse

Her campaign to save _ kids’ 4.
lives really started last Christmas

car.

the most popular \female

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HUMPRHEY

“
ROSEMARY LANE : DONALD CRISP : HARV.

N EY STEVENS
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a bath, even for 0S. Picture

soap may float

Keep scalding

implements
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SPECTACLE OF
JUNGLE THRILLS!

e are usually em-
ployed by the devil.

them. 10. However soothing it upsets the

y hre—from a ’
candle to fireplace—is danger-us
Supervise
Keep matches and lighters out c!
reach.
5.

last case is still being read.
Padua that ts in
What, nowadays, you seldom see
This and less will make a thing
absolutely clean.

- Send quite differently.
. Sums up and concludes speech.

Lock the medicine cabinet

Shocked Keep poisons, ici
“It was a shock to me,” Doris Paste,
explained. “I was appalled by reach. ; ?
terrible injuries inflicted on before discarding.
children which a moment of
thoughtfulness by adults might
have prevented.

“Safety is a child’s heritage,”
insisted the beauteous Warner
Brothers star. “Three seconds to
safeguard against hazard will
prevent most injuries.

Doris, a former Cincinnati

cutie, started out to be a dancer ; ; :
She broke her leg, and while Teach your child to swim by the
time he is six.

lye and kerosene out
Empty medicine . The gate to Yorkshire.
Many a naughty boy ae Sut ot
this by apres, into it.

6.
kitchen sink.
for lye, soaps and poisons.
Careful about backing your
Take junior i
while you back out of a driveway
doors while

You want this
enlarge a pupil's prospect.
3. One of a chain of mountains, (3)

Check right to expand and

ZF
5. Symbol ‘showing the pitch of a

. It is very frequently tree-lined.

” Lock (6)
8.
quire

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few min "ondar? “Schools “aS iTlES as Chur h : I
Seco « Boar plies ended, 7
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: ne Direc Data ° a —
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the Colony ; ~ and would never get erfe

tions and —— Au arden



ny vieW, be Tudor

jovernment’ s :
be © that in relation | ¢
nancial obligati

a pregened
too high an

nad kept up I
$ laid down by chureh

past in
executive
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yote i high vished lz
must be cut by xX dollars n record his im ,
— | Rector and Chairr arich
ns of an nt re | courte ,
cs ut out without furthe: | shown ecessfu
reference to those responsible ing up of ee
> failure to? Mr. C. -

r inclusions A. Braithwaite endorsed















































































































provide for an onal teach~ | he Chi in's remarks i add- | Parochia eth chest OF

ars in the ‘ Ss can; € at the a them Hends Th
wnly do harm € eneral} an opportu f ca ene ane

: ; on rden of St

eficiency of | Tudor’s capac He Michael esponsib!]
ap re bi eae. oe responsible
ucatior i e « me and h ing on th
Ppisaied ana seri had gi people eae ding on the
t acher 1 1 a veans Gon
e of teac zane € Ly anc rent depart-

to Gea ed; not te gs, he rs .

en done to mak overlook them

ning in tec hni ra 6 ightly said, nc iepartments

} Hon the buildi: : : and men of
enough: that too né 0 A. RB. Foppin msidered that

st year nurer y oo < :
on closed, being nnn: ins aa
MeMoney Was refused to repair tg
fchool year after year. Now,
and the staff are hou:,
in the Carrington Vil lage scho,

which is hopeles y overcrowde

i receive every
his two Poor Law
ped that he
the position to the sat-

acquitt
He said
associatec



thar ne

{ lé
with the




d so far there is not igi this year than prev ratepayers and
a when C Vi ed that Mr. Tudor the Vestry and
schoo. will be rec« ne t the wh

nat their Chair-

doubt it falls wit





wal scheme of school oe iring and
Bridgetown, but it is obvi > have to act.
we have not got Y ldir Ir 1 irdens t those meetings

grities right
Further Points
here are irther 1 1e

some iur who t
ut the Second
hh I call attent
Biege has recent! ha ne
brary; part of the
bequest. How is |
fon in the school estimat
equipping the library
hooks was struck out? In my vit n . en ne poken [pol é sel
itis just silly to build a
Mi then do noth t
ils stock of books o not w
Mamental buildings; we want

school libraries. ;
years ago,
allowed t up a 1 1
fund; this is no longer t is not epetition of
d. I should have t f é he
sound finance, though here varder He
k with some caution, i (? e |
teserves, During the ar yé 1 7 al nd the entire . err
Government adopte f h t ti :
flicy with vigour
mile the sun shines’
famgan, | think the Gov
M right. I think it is 4 va
Midding the secondary scho cond 1 ( ire f
build up a reserve fund. Ther ‘ e everythin é .

areal danger that seconda: ' ne he ‘ : f {
Peiication will become completely He ther minate s esso! ‘ le
Bandardised, and all schools cor Mir. Bruce Weath« :
fm to the same pattern, W the pleasure of
Mei to maintain = the vari 290 whe e
Which exists and to foster th fice. In doing he
cracter of each school. lowing quotation

Advice Leave Gc

lam not so unwise to thi SET Gee tie fen He
that Government can or ought i An ever present
spend money which it cannot Mr. C. A. Braith
, even on Education. | and the Vestry agreed una! us-
iy, however, that it is wise ; ly





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Mr. H.





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Ms Government to listen to eu Mr. B. A. Weatherhead e with
advice of those who are competent | thanked Mr. Tudor for nominating he had
0 speak on this subject, and got a ¢
bo alow its educational policy ae

be dictated solely by financia. | girls, I have no doubt, wii Mr. Tudor pointed out that when
considerations, by which I m d work and benefit 1€ rad f the estimates, they
E toposes items of expendia aining they will receive ad esti a certain amount ot
: Ould not be struck < ve oubt that e oney which would cover tk
without reference to those re- erests of the tolony, the c 1 arochial year
ponsible for their inclusion. It sion of teachers would ‘ They discovered that
ad, to say the least, to discove wiser investment. he oyees were even bette:
Hat when those to whom Gover, Finally, I think it wou aid se employed by Gov-
nent has entrusted the duty ‘o | wise policy if the votes for Pm- ‘nme 1 part of the money
vorking the educational pro-| mary and secondary education t over
pamme, ask for extra teacher: | were kept apart. If it tated that they had es-
the Director of Education| sary, as it may. well be pend $50,000 under the

should io, Called to the Estimates |

imittee, and when he asks |
"What is the decision?” to be toid. | g

make the decision”. The only
on that committee ought to | out

y Pensions, after in-
amount from 10/- to
spent $38,000.

discussion,
the matter

limit to be fixed beyond whic aaa
mag ey on education a

the limit for both primary 2 /— taut had 5
secondary education shou 7 rthet
The two types diff Vestry decided to defer
























M that a sum of X dollars; much, that the one Is ole orl xhe next meeting of the Ves-
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i = necessary adjustments. | without reference to eltht - ne of the fact that from the
7 arbitrary deletion of in por irately. a :'s Report it is seen
os | is bad in principle, and The demand for traine ‘ CHU RCO TOT sand ear
De that it will not be repeat- | and women in this lot aid Othe 1949-30
T increase as the days go Dy, + Getimates, the Vestry reconsider
The cost educational policy t é tia lates to: See
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st. Joseph Gets eorgian Ma rshal Tito

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; esterday told e Le Memde thet a way ¢ citia-
ee eee By J. W. ERSKINE we ee
Vestry sh LONDON. | 286 d be fou
ving 7 hg te ingion Hows. economic systems n
d ne in- c c Acaden ; t the
ar . eg
g& wn ectior M er a - ’ " . . -
ki I he matter, Mir. ; ne te
ams said ¢ oo oe ; c 3 +
Mr. Carter seid that he | cee: cme Was Seman t whine
i ld withdraw from et he Pate- :
of Churchwarden, but owing ae os
the sudden illness of the Parochial are intereste
Treasurer, he thought that a man ¢ 4
f experience and the ability of 5 :
Mr. Carter should be Chureh- e sical
warden. Mr. Carter as Church-
warden would be able to handle m a
aused by Mr. Gill's ¢ € ,
ir
. the pleas
Mr. Smith said that Mr. Carter doc me
nad said that he would not be | plete .
serving as Churchwarden during HM = ”
the current year. Mr. Smith ar-/ the afternoon Prince a
gued that if the parochial treas-/ the suc ane : twee gress
urer was ill they would have to | the $
get another parochial treasurer. | so: : PY Yugos Y $
The Churchwarden would not! dor and ¢ Sead at recisely what kes he
have to be partly parochial treas- | Coy; be ncG : case "y “at
urer ‘ , the : te
It was time, he said, that they , ¢ - idee oe,
look over those offices. They Mr. A ee : : wT on
should not allow an SOD | itreaiiunee Geena oF thie Gres F ' :
in any particular long | has wri on een , aeaeial ;
that it would seem : NO | book on Georgian caaiiin
one else knew how to conduct | Caribbear mmemnni’ B
office There were others who! Aaah it ae aed : . ;
should be pushed forward to learn : os elf
the ropes. He would not suggest : An p}
that Mr. Carter was inefficient, he/ ; As ‘ ; (
had nothing t t him ; ea ter }
Mr. Ha with East (
Mr, Smith, due 5 sis Mars rit
to Mr. Gill's an * A sy sis is ssible (
experience : S is es the
Mr. Branch could natithaad is LE aries i of
; nothing Carter's The week of i ie Y decal tt (
ability. He under him | prech cle ri t
as a Guardian knew his |i. courage ; a
jualities did. But cahiiet a ny pee
the time hen he was/.4 abi eee ee
beund to h Mr. Smith's | So: Sallee Py ger —e
argument ne and have | Duilding, which s 2 ¢ Y .
gone and if the time for Mr. Car- | ° 3 Show Credentials (
ter’s going had come, it was quite | }

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uggested that he » room in which tf ish landscape gardens 1 \
URS ‘ > > Fe — a rat gg a! a, ~
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itahec by Th. Advocate Co, Lid., #4, Broad St, Bridgetowr







Tuesday March 28, 1950

Canadian Ships

MANY fears have been expressed in this
community that if reduction in Canada-
West Indies trade continues much longer
it is bound to resuit in the withdrawal
from, or diminution of the Canadian
National Steamships on the West Indies
route.

The published figures of the Line in the
annual report for 1949, tend to reinforce
this fear.

The report shows that the operating
revenues of the line for the year amounted
to $6,595,007 a decrease of $1,369,712 from
the previous year. The expenses showed a
decrease of $631,706 although mainly con-
trolled by the number of voyages rather
than by the tonnage of cargoes.

The operating profit for the year was
$12,399 as against $644,105 in 1948. This
shows a decrease of $631,706; and according
to the report, “after payment of interest on
bonds and government advances there was
a deficit of $460,497, which is payable by
the Government”

Freight traffic in 1949 brought $5,172,073
in revenue and this was $1,374,697 less than
in 1948. And the report adds significantly
“This decrease reflects the effect of trade
restrictions as compared to 1948, resulting
from dollar shortages. Exports from Can-
ada decreased by 34,362 tons or 23% and
imports to Canada by 42,693 tons or 16.5%”

It is a tribute to Canadian National
Steamships and their interest in the West
Indies that despite this adverse balance of
trade and the continued restrictions they
maintained the usual fleet of ten vessels.

Figures published recently showed that
Canada-West Indies trade during 1949 was
set down at $85,000,000 and was estimated



during 1950 to reach $100,000,000. It is a
trade which has been fostered by Canada
during the last thirty years and West
Indians can only hope that the present
abnormal conditions will soon allow its
re mption

Housecrafts



THE hope expressed at its inception that
the Housecraft Centre would get the strong

public support it needed to become a

and vigorous institution contribu-

neaitny

{ to the general welfare of Barbados was

am} tified at its first Open Day held

afternoon.

esterday

The necessity for such a Centre was

never in question but there were those who

felt that the island could not afford the
expenditure required to make it worth-
Vhile. The Girls’ Industrial Union, they
argued had filled the breach for many years

d there was little reason why this
expenditure should now be incurred They
failed to appreciate the scope which such a
Centre might cover und the wider fields
Vhich it might cover,

It was at this stage that the Colonial

Welfare
stepped into the breach and gave to Barba-

Development and organization

dos something of which the community
vill always be proud, They provided funds
for three years. After the cost was to be

Barbados Government.

Before the three years had expired it
was obvious that the Housecraft Centre
had opened new vistas to young women
and housewives who were fully prepared
to make the fullest use of the opportunity
offered. Home making had been left in the
past to the mother of the house who gave
practical insight to her daughters as far as
the means of the home would allow. Now
the early and elementary training in
domestic science given to the girls of our
schools can be implemented at the House-
craft centre.

The young housewife can now learn
crafts which will be of practical assistance
in the home, and others can further equip
themselves as domestics or for work in the

catering trade

borne by the

OUR READERS SAY:
eet ADEMS SAVs

Importation of Suitable Settlers Is Minor Industry

















BARBADOS ADVOCATE



is Suecess Still Worth While?

|

ad,
A FRIEND of mine just com-
mitted suicide, but it didn’t say

sO In the papers
1id “heart attack.”
ually correct.

But anyone who really knew
him could be sure he dug his own
grave, He dug so fast that he
fell into it at 47, instead of living
another 30 years.

He killed himself just as dozens
of fine men do every day. They
succeed themselves to death. In
the great competitive scramble
they go hog—wild after that house
on Moneybag-street, that square-
| cut diamond that car,

Why Boast?

| When men die young, aside
from the human grief there’s a
drastic loss to the country. These
“dynamo types” as _ psychiatrists
call them, are usually competent
citizens with years of production
left in them when they keel over.
They’re leaders, creators, execu-
tives.

Unfortunately the human dyna-
mo has become a popular, some-
what fashionable type. He boasts
that he works 18 hours a day and
hasn't had a holiday for six years
—instead of being ashamed of suct
miserable facts.

Why boast about abuse of the
human mechanism? Should the
man who runs his car 5,000 miles
without changing the oil be proud
of such stupidity?

What makes the dynamo whirr?
Not brains, energy, ambition, and
all those noble things we talk
about. In healthy balance such
qualities keep a man at a steady
rate of production.

It is unhealthy balance which
burns them out. Psychiatrists cal!
it neurotic drive.

Panishment

Dr. Leo H. Bartemeier, profess-
or of psychiatry, lists four exam-
ples of neurotic drive found in

| the dynamo type:—

The obituary
That was fac-



Bp

1. Mr. A throws himself into
work with slavish devotion. He
eats, drinks and breathes his

, work “He is punishing himself

wits ‘work r
He doesn’t feel he has any right
to enjoy life. He must constantly

pay penance by working.

Take this man on a_ holiday,
and he has a gnawing uneasiness.
He feels hé is free-riding; he
can't wait to get back to work.

2. Mr. B is “married to his
work,” His work is his love,
His wife frequently says, “You
think more of your work than
you do of me.” There is a lot of
truth in her charge



Political |

advance
Socialist

poets can say in
precisely how the

Government will fall, It may be
on some great political issue. It
may be on some trivial incident
Or, as happened with the first
Socialist Government of 1924, it
may be on the case of an
individual man It might even
be a black man—or a_ white
woman

I do not myself approve of
marriage between black and
white. But then I do not approve
of a lot of marriages between

; Whites—of old men marrying
young girls or of elderly women
marrying young men, and the
like. Still, these marriages are
marriages and the Government
does not intervene to prevent or

to punish them.

When Seretse Khama married
a white girl, I thought it would
mean trouble for him, and it did

He was censured for doing it, and
further censured for having

) married at all without consulting
his tribe; but having asserted its

own position in the matter, the
tribe decided nevertheless to
accept Seretse as chief and to
accept Ruth. his wife,

| Seretse’s uncle departed in
| high dudgeon. That, I thought,

was the end of the mutter,
|
Only the Beginning
l N fact, t was the beginning
of a series of transactions

which, on the evidence so far
made available to us, must make
every Englishman blush for
shame

I take it for



granted that









lewsiront:



There is a warning here for
wives whose husbands are
married to their jobs, are
afraid of failure, who hate
holidays, who take work as a
dope.



Mr. B has not matured to the
point of adult love. He loves as
an infant loves his toys.

He hopes his work will fulfil
an infant’s dream; To amass
more toys than any kid in the
neighbourhood.

3. Mr. C must “prove he is
not a failure.” He throws him-
self into work with grim com-
pulsion using the fear of failure
as the whiplash across his back

“Often such men’s fathers were
failures,” says Dr. Bartemeier
“They’re trying to prove how
much better they are”

4. Mr. D is what Dr.
meier calls the “anxiety-ridden
man.” He lives with a vague
dread constantly inside him, The
only way he can quell it is by
all-consuming work.

Work is his medicine. But it is
not true medicine, which cures.
it is' dope medicine, which
merely smoothes down the symp-
toms.

Let Mr. D. stop working—let
him try to relax—and he finds
he can’t live with himself.

He finally works himself to a
frazzle and then he doesn’t have
to bother living at all.

Not A Clue

Good honest work. sensibly
tackled, doesn’t hurt anybody. It
may cause fatigue, but it doesn’t
cause sickness,

A man with a healthy attitude
towards work stops automatically
when he has had enough, he
recharges his batteries. He plays.

The dynamo doesn’t know how
to play.. Even when he. goes
through the motions of playing
ne is not playing; he is simply
switching all the tensions and
inxieties of work to another
activity

Barte-

ity W. J. Brown

pressure was brought to bear on
our Government by the Govern-
ment of South Africa

But it is not what
African Government
which concerns me
what our own
done

There can be no doubt that th
judicial inquiry which our Gov-
ernment set on foot examined
the charge that the meeting of
the tribe which elected Serets«
was not a properly constituted
meeting. Had it found this charge
proved we should doubtless have
heard of it.

the South
has done
here. It is
Government has

r

Iwo Issues
EVERTHELESS, the Govern-
ment decides that Seretse
his wife are to be banished
from Bechuanaland for five
years, Seretse, says the High
Commissioner, will be allowed
to return to clear up personal
affairs, but will not be allowed
to live in the tribal reserve or
to hold meetings.

Two issues here arise. The
first is the restriction placed on

and

Seretse’s return,

Seretse says, and his legal
adviser confirms, that when
Seretse was asked to come to
London he sought, and obtained
explicit assurances that there
would be no difficulties placed

in the way of his return as a free
man to his own country and that
th@se assurances were given.
Actually he was forbidden to
return at all, and it is only in
the last day or two, since the
story has broken in the news-



The Richest Man in |
| The Cemetery

Hy
Howard Whitman

Sometimes he falls over deaa
on the golf course

“Yet the physical exertion i
golf is almost negligible.’ Dr
Charles A. R. Connor, of the
American Heart Association
points out.

“But these men don’t go out t
play a game of golf. They fight;
a game of golf. They’re working
not playing.”

I looked over the score sheet
for a group of 142 executives oi
one large firm.

Fifty-three had heart diseases,
15 had serious heart conditions,
eight had ulcers 35 had digestive
diseases 52 had nervous and
mental disorders, 23 were psycho-
neurotic 32 had eye or other dis-
eases 20 had skin diseases
28 had diseases of the
and organs of movement

Many spilled over into two or
three ‘categories. Only 12—ocut
of 142—had clean bills of health.

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Heart Disease

A Study by Dr.
reported in 1937, showed
heart (coronary) diseases was
twice as common among bank-
ers and lawyers—who work sit-
ting down—as among sweating
toiling farmers and labourers

The body seems to have its
own cut-off for physical labour
If we get tired mowing the lawn
we sit down ang rest.

But the mind doesn’t seem to
have any cut-off.

What to do? Perhaps we should
concentrate less on making a liv-
ing. Perhaps we should concen-
trate more on making a life.

Maybe what we really need to
do is grow up.

The hard-driving money-
grubber is psychologically like
the bobby-soxer, who must prove

and
bones

H. L. Smith
that

personal prestige by collecting
dance programmes and_ auto-
graphs.

Grown Up

What is maturity? “The grown-
up man has his prestige and|
security within him says Detroit's
Dr. Bartemeier. “He doesn’t have
to make £10,000 a year. He doesn’t
need the biggest car. He is ab!
really to love his wife and chil-
dren. He has faith in them.

“He can play. He can ever
mix play with his work, There
is nothing eating him up inside.

Such a man is not a money
slave. He realises that being the
richest man on earth might have
its advantages. But being the
richest man in the cemetery—

that’s not success.—L.E.S
eee

The Seretse Affair May
Bring Socialists Down

papers, that he has been giver
permission to return for a limited
time.

Now, during my lifetime there
has been a sad decline in the
standards of morality of Govern-
ments. But if what Seretse sa
Is correct, we have reached
low in this matter.

Under What Law?

7 second issue ‘- panish
ment. Under what law

has
our Government the rigit to sa)

to a native of an African tribe.
“For five years neither you nor
your wife shall live in your own
country”?

a ne

When some time ago, the
Russian government refused to
allow fifteen Russian women to
join’ their British husbands in

England, Parliament and the coun

try rang with protest. But in
deciding to banish a man and his
wife from their own country for
no other crime than having mar:

ried each other, the British Gov

ernment runs the Russians a close
second,

And to do this on the basis of
a Report which neither the man
nor the British House of Commons
is allowed to see passes all bear-
ing.

No oppression from any
Quarter was the promise of th«
Socialist Party programme for

the Colonial peoples. No narrow
conception of party loyalty should
lead any Socialist Member of
Parliament to condone _ this
breach of his own party’s promise.
(World Copyright Reserved)







The Wicksteed Diamond

|A rough one. but some day a
woman may wear it proudly |

Ky Bernard Wicksteed |

SHINYANGA, Tanganyika,
FOUND a diamond. I have to admit that
vei a jeweller’s point of view it is not in the
ame class as the Hope Diamond, the Cullinan, or
the Koh-i-noor.

in fact, it is only about the size of a split pea and
in its present uncut state is worth no more than a
mere £10,

But it is a real diamond, even if it’s a rough one,
and some day, somewhere I hope a woman will
wear it in a ring on her finger and be mighty proud
of it.

So in case it should be you, or someone you know
who acquires the Wicksteed Diamond I will tell |
you its history.

It was found at 10.45 a.m. on March 16, 1950,
by Bernard Wicksteed, of Hampstead (described
as a journalist). He picked it out from a small
pile of gravel that had been given him to look
through during a professional visit to Dr. William-
son's diamond mine at Shinyanga.

Having found it Wicksteed was tempted to put
it in his pocket and say nothing about it.

But first of all he glanced round to see if the
guards had noticed his discovery and seeing they
had, he hastily dropped it in a cigarette tin pro-
vided for the purpose. :

If Wicksteed had been a professional native
picker-up of diamonds he would have been paid a
bonus of one penny for his find, but, being only a





visiting newspaperman, he got nothing except a
piercing look from the security police.
EXPLOSIONS

OME ERAS ago, about the same time that the

White Cliffs of Dover were being formed in

England, there were several monstrous explosions
60 to 100 miles below the ground in Africa.

Masses of molten blue rock were forced to the
surface in much the same way. as lava comes up in
a volcano. Unlike ordinary lava this blue rock was
studded with diamonds.

No one quite knows whether the diamonds were
formed by the pressure and heat of the explosion
or by the way it cooled. Some geologists even
believe the diamonds were deep down in the crust
of the earth already and all the explosion did was
to pipe them to the surface for people like Wick-
steed to find.

Inferior diamond pipes were found in South
| Africa and elsewhere, but the daddy of them all
i undiscovered beneath the grass and baobab
Lites of Tanganyika until 1940.

Neither the pipe nor the Wicksteed Diamond that
enriched it might have ever been found if it
hadn’t been for a Canadian geology lecturer from
MacGill.

His name was Dr. John Thoburn Williamson,
B.A., M.Se., Ph.D., and just when he was getting
along fine at the university and looked like being
a professor some day, he chucked up his academic
career and went looking for diamonds in Africa.

HARD WoOuws«

HERE are lots of stories about how he found
the richest diamond mine in the world. One

is that his dog dug up the first diamond under a
baobab tree. Another is that he felt something
hurting in his shoe and when he took it off what
should he find but a diamond. |
The truth is that he discovered the diamond pipe |
by hard work and good geology. He didn’t just
stumble on it. He located it after camping years
in the bush, sifting the gravel by hand. |
He never had enough money. People thought he |
was mad. But still he worked on with the crudest
equipment and a few faithful African “boys.” After
quietly working out the exact dimensions of the
pipe he staked his claim and came into town with
his first bag of diamonds. They were worth only
a few hundred pounds and when he tried to raise
money for better equipment the bank managers
merely laughed at him. |
So back to the bush he went, and next time he
came to town he had £30,000 worth of diamonds
in a barley-sugar bottle. That made the banks
‘hange their tune, but now it was Williamson’s turn |
|



to laugh.

He said they could keep their money, and he |
said the same thing to the big diamond people in
South Africa who offered him £2,000,000 cash for |
his claim.

So here he is now, 42 years old, unmarried,
worried, with a Ronald Colman moustache,
the sole rights to a diamond mine that
£ 1,700,000 worth of stones in 1949
steed Diamond in 1950.

JOLLY FINE MINE
Soo: MEN like one thing and some another,
Dr. Williamson likes his diamond mine, and
yne, don’t him. It’s a jolly fine dia-
; aff lovely throw wonderful parties
mond mine, wish I had it myself.

Chen I'd do just what he does. I’d give all my |
for them with a band brought from Kenya by air, |
I'd build the finest hospital in Tanganyika, and if |

|

|
un-
and
produced
and the Wick-

but

blame
houses, I’d
and [

the sentry at the entrance to the mine didn't
recognise me I'd bash down the gates with my car

There are diamonds every whe and they all be-
‘ong to the little ex-don who cocked his snook at
the world. |

You walk over diamonds, drive over them, sleep |
on them and everyone on the mine is mad op
gardening because .. . well, you never know.

You mustn't imagine from this that you can just
walk around Alling up your pockets.

Getting needles out of haystacks is easy. You |
just use a magnet. But each diamond—about one

to every ton of gravel—has to be spotted by eve
and picked out by hand as the Wicksteed Diamond |
was. '
BOTTLED JEWELS |
ACH DAY 1,500 tons of gravel is washed and |
sifted, and an average yield is about half a
cigarette tin of diamonds, numbering about 1,500, |
weighing 244 ounces and worth

At the end of the day they
Williamson's house,

£4,000. {
are all taken up to
where he puts them into 4]



Jars and sweet bottles. For Wicksteed’s benefit he

emptied out one of these bottles on the desk in his |

study !
Then he went out to fetch a drink, and Wick- }\

steed was left alone in a room with a pile of dia- |)
monds worth £16,000. They spilled over the edges
of the blotting pad, rolled under the ink stand, and
rattled among the papers—diamonds, diamonds.
diamonds.

What would you do, chum?—L.E.S

t













Editor, The Advocate seems ‘hat these would be little Indian Colonies should also be well, where men are finding it thing will be done in the nearthat there are a few people, who
SIR From time to time the affected. If these settlers cannot brought into line, To attract res- difficult to undergo with these few future to help us. because of the educational advan- |
attention of your readers is drawn find houses, they have to build idenis from dollar countries thig rice co ers, when such work ol A SUFFERER. age: »y have e red ¢ .

) : / ) : : Pp ; ( tages they have enjoyed and their
to the value to Barbados of its and thereby make a substantial reform is essential. The island’s ‘this kind as foreign labour should je social standing in the community
tourist trade. This is true. But contribution to employmeny, But economy stands to benefit, in produce extra wages. Imagine, Paper ‘ Blemish should lead in vhe reform that i:
little notice is taken of wha’ seems Since convenience, coolness and varying degree, from all, settlers, such devaluation of labour could ; cs necessary at this time, they hav-
to me a still more profitable and view are more important than winter residents, and long and not even afford a single person To the Editor, The Advocate ing a higher measure of self-con-
xromising minor industry, the im- fertility, the shore or some short term visitors. I may be ‘to live decently or make a live- SIR,—“George Hunte writes trol
portation of suitable settiers. The Tocky bluff are preferred as build- biassed, being a settler myself, lihood. These are not the penny last Monday as follows.” Barba- :
outstanding avtractions of Bar- ing sites. This is surely to the buv I suggest that, all things con- days when everyone could exist dians have shown quite clearly . Within recent months, I heard
bados have drawn and are still benefit of Barbados Sidered, settlers are likely to easier, because the high cost of that they just are not interested infinitely worse language from
drawing to the island numbers of An example of vhis is the fore- prove the most valuable to the living tremendously doubles the in reports on federation. uigh school and university grad-
people who are, I believe, more shore near Porters, when I first island. Their expenditure goes on dead wages received to-day uates in ordinary donversation
valuable to its economy vhan tran- Knew it a valueless sandy waste, all the year round and not just Again, what seems to have pass wre Committee has recommen- than the indecent language I have
sient visitors. These settlers are producing nothing but manchinee) for the season, and they bear their the eyes of the Government is ded a senate of nominated mem- heard on the bus.
seldom young, for there is small and crabs. By foresight, much share of all taxes, including In- that foreigners are coming here bers, perpetuating the same old __
pening» neor ping youth. But expenditure, knowledge and hard come Tax. Customs Duties on the in search of work on the base, Story as our Legislative Counicl, Those more fortunately placed
for other » few places that work, includit the planting of furniture and personal effects they when unemployment has over therefore - in my estimation, al- are not so indiscriminate in th {
fre or ‘and other thousands of trees of all kinds, it bring are something of an obsta- stretched employment. though _the report may be a place they use such language; but
d the matter is now nov only \ ble, but is cle and might be re-aonsidered, 2 . masterpiece as a report — with their example is leaving serious
id ’ . as Seta Tart chan tes additic be ate While Income Tax will: have & I desire to draw the Govern- this blemish it is not worth the repercussions. The masses do noi

t standpoin «gq ® dain” reat effec’ on this promising ™ent’s attention to the inade- paper it is written on—no Sir, have the powers of restraint which
br e k } Fast ( ¢ minor industry quate prices which seem vo have We have progressed far if not they pc ss, and therefore offend
f a igar land m i I i _ ae But: in. uhy evant, Barhades passed without their knowledge further than India 1 Ceylon more publicly
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‘ ’ ea age Ss , ee labouring through the sun on a day feels he i
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i a i ~ , | =e nein i
Chandle Cong ratulates Government (3. "Governor Sees 3 i

, _
| Ne. MU REX Ve CLYDE GREEN |) I am a proud consumer of .... if
; " oR { "BEN GREEN, and LIONEL j
@ From Pagel 5600,000 more than for last y ex i | GREEN ic Housecraft i
HF inated reventte and expenditure The expenditure olen year, : Penditure on controls. I need deal more would have been No. 16, REX Vs. LIONEL GREES | AT CHOW |
P cor the coming year compare with Charges which usually sh = 7 elaborate on the need for the achieved if there had not been so and REUBEN GREEN ' . ;
“that of last year. big increase, has gone rae retention of controls, and I shall many changes and absences on | Wednesday ctivities i}
“First a word about revenue. $300,000, fom $4.1 1 mb only th make & guess as to how long leave among the heads of our en- | ek AS; eee” “ee? Cleannats | The cows begin their young ones on. . . }
In making his Prag warer $4.4 million and the eae ze that = as I know gineering departments. | LASHLEY pe HORTLY after 3 p.m. yester-| |
‘yen last year’s Estimates were rent Expendi oe eee er seein ed people feel that, bs are terday His Ex c e} CALF STARTENA
coe discussion, the Honourable rather penditure has dropped ©V€n_when everything is allowed School Guiidings i Given aa Shee eee pg, ) ‘




ee ; at over $200,00 , $ for, B “ah en 3 : ,
Wember on my right complained milion to $1.6 tins from $1.8 out and the West Indies But even allowing for all this B companied by Mr Lambert
Niterly that once again Govern- Changes ; . h Y get less than their fair | have to admit to the Council on ensed A.D.C., attended Open es :
aos “was under-estimating its Civil Satake inereases in the $ sh of dollars. i shall not attempt that the programme would still | Moatesvads Cen om — dee:
men ms revenue. Unfortunatety Stablishment are now sub- © @nter into detailed discussion D°t have been completed. One of ° ~ Saeiead tae” esa "cane Uni” Oe GSGSeaQesgesaaagasrnau
Customs | mde the dabete: kan mitted for the approval of the of this most contre versial ques- the items on which least progress 1 Arr Un arrival they were met by Saanaaae sas ste ee”
the SS read f the i aed Legislature in the form of Procite tion, but I would suggest to Hon- aS been made is school buildings Ives Miss Ivy Alleyne, Organiser of | Bana Ee a 4 2
omitted rs ST members’ wilt — under the Civil Establishment Ret ourable Members th:t there has /iS was partly due to difficulties : the Classes, and the Director of :
As i abetre ot of evens aE and almost all money under the been a tendency for the salient 84 delays in acquiring sites, Norwegian freighter “Marianne” | Bducation. : : |
from the Abstract o vue a 3 r the points to be lost sight hie eaten party to inadequacy of skilled called at Barbados on Sunday with The party first inspected}

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: Deeg te ‘ Personal Em ; , e :
Te te sal ieuel the re ‘the various as sections of of a number of comparatively Staff and partly to the fact that|°Ondensed milk, potatoes ana pastries and cakes and then went! ; -
vised estimate of this year’s yieid by law and 4 S now fixed minor cases of apparent discrim- WOrk was suspended on Govern- | °@!0MS among its cargo from Am- on to the Variety Dishes Class, | ’ .
from Customs and Excise shows one under diseumn therefore ination. The salient points that I ment's instructions. ~ | sterdam. vhich is supervised by frs. H. G | BROAD ST.
q short-fall of $100,000 on the Caliah, Saas iscussion in this think should be stressed are, first Let me say straight away that The “Marianne,” which has |CU™mins. His Excellency tovk}
original estimate. This was more sual tenioe er _Other Charges ly, that Barbados is a member t the reason for the suspension of been chartered by the Royal Neth-| | Very Keen interest in the tei||[ —™
than offset by an under-estimate igen on ases as there are—and the sterling area and must ‘care: work was that it was quite clear erlands Steamship Co., is repre } tables which were laid and tastes |
of the yield from Income Tax and that und’ Honourable Members fore do everything possible to con. ‘at the cost of the programme Senied here by Messrs. S, P | bit of peanut fudge made by | ae
Death Duties. In other items the Rsti bay the new form of the serve dollars, and secondly, that it would very greatly exceed the Musson, Son & Co.. Ltd. It left | Mrs. S. G. Ingram and a puffed} ve D
revised figures have turned out to ee ad they can be quickly Would be entirely impracticable for “Stimates unless the standard of port yesterday afternoon for | wheat square made by Miss D.|
be fairly close to the original es- Picked out—are for the most part all members of the sterling area. to accommodation was substantially Trinidad. acock and Mrs, I Jones. :

~ > “a sot re
timates, and as a result the re- due to the increased cost of ex- be allowed to spend dollars up te lowered. The officer in charge of | 5-S- “C. G. Thulin” was anoth: The party next visited Mrs. M |
Seal estimate of revenue for this isting services. With the excep- the amount they earned. Tan the work was the Government er arrival on Sunday. From New! Bolger’s Dressmaking Class ana|
year is gvithin $200,000 of the tion of the few items which | ®t in a position to say how many Architect and Planning Officer York it brought a cargo of Quaker /it was in this section that a

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yrginal éstimate. shall mention now I think there dollars Barbados earns: it is not and I should like to say here and aoe ae canned fish and |dresses, hats, mats, baskets anc
s rovision for new is y to exact ji ‘ ad on has " stull, s and|shoes were displayed.
is no provision f expendi. 2t all easy to get ct informa. "OW that the administration h oodstuff, auvo part d }sh displayed



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4 Salary Revision ture of any sisnifi : ._ tion But thi : and always has had the fullest | â„¢achinery. Duri h r of ins
, : : any significance in this . € amount will not “°°. ys . ahd During the tour of inspection
! year’s o affect her : confidence in his probity, honesty is vessel's loca] agents are SS Alleyne ; or
1 should remind the Council ae Estimates, dollar expenditure. and integrity. The provision of | Messrs, Robert Thom Lid. r ioe Garde cat ate ome >
that the et cawen oe tee — P Hallinan Report I know quite well that there is ee ver aie me cee : mins described how the articles °
no account whatev ; ~ Provision is maae under the 2 Special relationship between of the items in this year’s Estim- yu were made and from what they
eral Pac. ee era = General Hospital head of expen- North America, particularly Gan- ee ee ane a \\ HARF BUSY were made t ; a ALSO
mee this revision not only saa ae for an additional $4u,vuu on and the West Indies, and that schools and will submit rovines |. THE waterfront was yesterd ypncpone El ry Tagine Ars
Under pee ay y were expenditure on Nursing and an ‘2@fe many factors such as ship- ¢stimates nett eet i i WAS SERVE GRD ranged for the public by
salaries of the Government Set- auiuonal $12,500 ping between Canada and the estimates to the Legislature as | ept busy. Many carts and lorries he Br . “il see a B }
vice increased, but the increases on \weaical staff expenaxure West Indies which cannot be | 2€ soon as it is in a position to do so, | lined the wharf side to load the| von resumed The t vn nag
were made retrospective to the was inserted “ » This provision out of account when dolla eft In the case of the schoo} building | cargo of wood and coals from the they eerie aoe
beginning of the previous financial nag supmuitied "i Dr. Hallinan diture is considered. I think tao Prostamme the Government Ar- | Schooner D’ortae which arrived on P WOGARRAAS, Max ai Ge, 4.45 1 GALLON CAPACITY
cas ‘ z is r T . . re im. | Sg av loc eanesday, Marc 2y, & =0
year. The revised expenditure Goverument, while —. The that the fact of our proximity to chitect was called upon to estim- | Saturday last. pie, Public (Adults). ,

e for 1949-50 therefore in-

gnising North America makes any restric. ate not only for larger buildings | Lighters were being loaded and
cludes salaries at higher rates r

the urgent necessity for ex i the rh he G ; ; : Thursday, March 30 at 2.30]
© pendi- tion whate : oe han what the Government usual- ‘with varying cargoes which were Rhee via ae mn
than were prevailing when the ie on the Hospital, decidea that some. Natertvaiecs Seaietea te, ly puts up, but also for a type of | taken to and from the three ships PiMriaay, Moreh 31" ou ONLY ‘e EACH.
Estimates were originally pre- |” WAS better to await Dr, Halli- considering dollars is greater to- {he Talat He was alee astinnting | ‘bat are now in the harbour. At School Children. ee eres

nan's | ¢ . : the Is 5 rg ; i | }
pared, and also the sum of $880,- ©)" > Report before taking action. day than it has ever been it can be for pom My coer Manon jthe extreme end of the wharf," Saturday, April 1 at 9.30 p.m.|

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representing a whole year's i the other hand it was clear safely assumed that con yee fishermen were busy repairing | c, ~“hildre ~ ‘
(ererze between the old and ¢V€® without the report that some dollar expenditure will eo OT ie Bad their fishing boats. ie ge RANSOME LAWN MOWERS

the new rates, On the other hand, additional recurrent expenditure Continue. It will be the aim of this To hav i aA a Sie ieee ) ane we .
=the revenue figures include a sum W&S necessary, and it would have Government to ensure that the detailed "Zag comp ay and — nes Trento: | Siw wea: Weiiibnaher’ CHRIS SR CSR $34.33

of $375,000, representing a refund 8!ven an incomplete picture of COMtrol is operated fairly and in would have favctved: 1 t . few Re ai d Sel Abbey; Holiday at School (A| ” 14” “35.14

of the on gg Cost of het eee position had the best interests of the Island. weeks but many sais ae aaa p ure chooner Canadian Film in Colour): uN d| “ARIEL” 12” pee ee ails 44.61

Living owance, ese two een inserted in the Es- ‘ an i morn ey i . aces Cine, , mo “ motes eta 5 a a i: A.

es — $880,000 under expendi- timates. Government hopes to be No Margin pee ea Age tek Sails Today a all shows admission is y | " MAY cece seen seen ees ali 47.39

375,000 under revenue in a position v . i ci sty ; ; . .

Wee fhersove ‘ho rubtracted mit tothe Lagat’ is pro- romans Gen MPMRGDRE OC my Aye eae ae tatrne|j AFTER undergoing repaes here |ine rts’ Counelh Ofc, Wake AML Complete With, Grasshox
saeesetth tee ales Ske wae I ains nereases adhe : sh Counc ce, Wake-

from their respective totals be- posals for action on the Hallinan hardly any proposals for law a in the costs of wean mal for the past three months, schooner | field. For the children’s shows

fore any comparison is made. Report, and with one qualification Penditure; it is also not a material. 4 ae ty “Marion Belle Wolfe” (74 tons net) |iickets wi . . :

Renal Sat ' ot ’ ' S als accom- s since the estimates) yj : hy ; v2 HS’) | tickets will be supplied to Head
The revised estimate of expen- I give an undertaking to the Panied by any proposals for in- Were made, as well as modifica- Ms Se for British Guiana. }-peacher who are invited to appl) ’ HARDWARE DEPT
diture for the year is $9,880,000; Council that this sum of $52,500 creased taxation. This remark tions of the original designs. e “Marion Belle Wolfe” arriv-| for numbers required .





from this we must deduct $880, inserted in the Estimates will not apatites both to the current and to In this connection it is not or aes ene ss with cargo LECTURE on “Oliver Crom- | PHONE 2364
000, representing arrears of salary be spent except on reorganisa- the capital Estimates. Although Without interest that the actual na mae quickly discharged. i
for the previous year, This leaves tion proposals approved by the the budget is balanced there is no’ cost of the classroom block of It was next taken on dry dock
a figure of $9,000,000, which hap- Legislature. The only qualifica- nargin for the extension of ser- the St. Leonard’s Girls’ School for repairs to be done to the bot-
pens to be the exact amount of tion to this is that the Govern- ‘i°¢s and indeed no cushion with. Worked out on a cube basis, har] (2 OF coming off dock, it was
the aie oa —— of ment will consider itself author= oe against any reces- cost less than is normally allowed coemeeal ea eee the IVES AND FRIENDS {}
expenditure. Unfortunately in oN ised to use this vote for tem- { revenue, It would’ be @ On Page 8 ; ¥ 1 iii cas i members of the Y.M.C.A

espect, but fortunately in an- porar Vote tor tem- foolhardy for any Government i paired until yesterday. y res MCA |
other the accuracy of estimating porary emergency staff if it should present ne 38 New timbers have been let into | Will be ag gee music bes |
; 1 the deck and hull. The stern has|82â„¢mes | @ re regular monthty |

well and Roger Williams’ by |
Mr. Aubrey Douglas-Smith, M.A ,
will be given at the Y.M.C.A, on|
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esterday with its bow to _ the scheduled to take place on Mari h|

West, was almost ready for sailing,| 31. Master of Ceremonies \ ill be |

Captain Every expects to reach| the Rev. Ernest Griffin |

British Guiana in about 3 days} FIRE of unknown origin |

after his departure. broke out at Gregg Farm}
aa eal St. Joseph, about 11}

‘js apparent rather than real, for . : t n pp iets ce theahy. cea iadiat 7 <
th wctualrecurrent, expenditure en eae Undertaking rate of spending without some £10 Fine For been extensively repaired and the Social Evening” which will ne
for the year and I am not dis- Similar provision ‘has been Clear idea of how much it can vessel given a coat of paint. Iheld at the Y.M.C.A, at 7.30 p.m
cussing capital expenditure at the made under Head XXIX, Mis- Spend over a period of years, how Wateh Thief The “Marion Belle Wolfe”, rid- | tomorrow. :
cellaneous, Item 53, where ?t will be spent and how the ex- 1e ing at berth opposite the Customs This function was forme

oment — includes over half a ¢ ar ; ‘ .
million dollars for increased sal- $100,000 is inserted for the reor- Penditure will be financed. It is A fine of £10 to be paid by in
tries which did not appear in the gamisation of Government De- not merely a question whether we stalments of £1 per month or
original estimate. In other words, partments. I give an undertak- om an the money for a partic- default undergo three months

| the Island's recurrent expenditure 19g that no expenditure what- cwhetine a aie works, but imprisonment was imposed on
E for 1949-50 has been of the order ever will be incurred under this pear the burda ee) see can Stanley
of half million dollars less than item except in respect of proposals recurrent pee ae : none by His Worship Mr. H. A, Talma
was estimated. approved by the Legislature. capital teenies ae at any yesterday.
Last year the Legislature ap- tainly entails iencet. ne a He was found guilty of stealing
$100,000 More proved proposals submitted by some new scheme is Savmenite oo a gents’ wrist watch valued at
Government for he of sal- most all of them are desirable, ¥ whe ey — by Cpl. Philios
si gre F- ~~. aries as recommended in the most of them are highly desirable: © SCE Force.
year, the Government estima'es “Adams Report, It was made clear but very rarely have those who if Eiving evidence, to the court
iG tae Aaa an» 2* he ee that those proposals put them forward have considered }?™ ately « Rae ee
perea W rn ae oF @P~ covered only part ofgMr. Adam’s them in the light of the Island’s lying on a cart in Prince William
roximately $9.1 million this year. recommendations, and that what economy or in relation to other Street on March 26. He was nv

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1 ) 0 B p.m. on Saturday and burnt eight|

re | acres of canes. |

06 ags Of HE MOTOR CAR, M.247,|
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> are owned and driven by Dr. |

Rice Here Shelbourne Hunte of Whitehall, |

ONE thousand bags of Britisn| Was involved in an accident on

Guiana rice arrived here yester- Roebuck Streey about 8.35 a.m

day morning by the 80-ton| 0M Sunday with the bicycle G.1106

Schooner “Blue Nose Mac” which| owned by Norman Cgx and rid-|
den by Harold Cox, both of Parisi: |

Turning now to the coming

has also brought from, that colony

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P this difference of half a million... referred to as Part II of the Proposals. lying there long when a man} g99 bags of charcoal, 70 tons of} and, Christ Church,

P dollars is accounted for by an ai ; ame up ‘ es PP ags of charcoal, 70 tons of u ef

a additio \ $100 000 expected ‘tor. Adams Report had been held over Again, before we embark on iis ht up and switched on a torch) firewood and a case of ready mad¢ The front fork of the cycle wa |

§ aC vi ‘ : ‘ anv , . 4 J 5 s g ad ‘ere

+ itional $100,00 XE ‘ : Yor further consideration. anything new, we must ensure ight, : : ‘ | varments: damaged

PsCustoms and $400,000 more from “i; ctl has not been considered, that the administrative machine— _ About 10.10 p.m. the same night Arriving in port around. th ILLICENT ALLEYNE was
Income Tax. Small variations j.4° for reasons which I shall ex- 894 here I am referring to the Elson came up to the cart and put! same time as the “Blue Nose Mac’ slightly injured on Sunday

when a bicycle owned and ridden
by Clement Smith of Hinkson Gap
New Orleans, struck her on the
| knee on Tudor Stree’ about 7,20

Sunder other heads roughly bal- plain in a moment, consideration whole machinery of Government a bicycle at the side of the cart
Pa ance out. Customs revenue ib Cannot be postponed any longer. —is capable of undertaking it. [ on which he was lying. He then
}) still as difficult as ever to fore- $109,000 is a very rough estimate do not believe that it is generally proceeded to take off the watch

tast, because there are so many of half the additional recurrent realised how inadequate the pre- from his wrist When he had
‘different factors that can affect cost of re-organisation. In other sent administrative machine is to finished taking off the watch he

Me ect-as far as we.can see at words it is estim: > _ perform its functions, though (Elson) attempted to get on the
; but as far as we c ‘ words it is estimated that the Gov- there was full recognition of the bicycle but he (Philips) arrested

was the 30-ton motor schooner
“Hazel Scott” which brought from
St. Vincent a cargo of copra, pump-
kins and fresh fruit.

Both these schooners are con- | 2.'0 arep ‘
signed to the Schooner Owner re GOODMAN of Hope

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the moment, the position during ernment departments, when re- : . ( Associati | Road, reporter to the police |}

~ th i ear ¥ likely to organi a abo’ $200,000 fact in the Adams Report. As T him and took him to the Station Pe SOTTO: | the loss of, a quantity of articles

meeeromune year 19 Unhke’y organised will cost about $200,000 jaye already informed the C ; :

h very greatly fr yhat it re the t : : e Coun- and charged him. valued at $286.48 from his resi-

|) differ very greatly from wha more than at present. cil the Government proposes. to en waked } he hee G valuc $286

Shas been during the past year, The only other new item to gyamine and take action ia “th t nen asked by Mr. Talma what renada | dence on Saturday, |

or at least during the past six which I would invite attention is pe os the report. desling with defence he had to make Elson 7 ; HE CRICKET match between

ie pare aed e Y . said that he thought Philips was Courts XI and Shell ende:

| months, and the estimate is made Head XXIX, Item 50, where the organisation of Government ees ne ve 7 Buoy Moved ee ee ee ee

eee at basis. aya st ee ee Long va departments as a matter of pri- steal the watch while he w is The “Por’ Hand Buoy” whici. | The Courts XI in their fla —
As regards Income Tax, I ing of Government officers. I be- ority and this intention is reflect- * : , Meee ; | + :

aes » attenti lieve that no one will question the { j ; going to ret help to carry Philips} was formerly anchored at the en-| innings scored 181 and in th: |
would only invite the attention ed by the insertion of provision 1, 9° cate place he took off the] trance of the St. George’s Har- | second innings 58 for the loss

















’ a oj re ili ; ne f : ‘
of the Council to Table Vv om os rine’ Cemaaaet Yee ft all ea thion entlmainamioans watch. After he took off the} bour, Grenada, has been remove | four wickets declared |
pee Vauable stasistignl meer them for senior posts. Unfortun- Important watch he gave him a slight shake.| and replaced temporarily by «| Shell replied with 100 in the’r| L Si i=
ae eee the ately, training to-day usually in- The mainspring of the adminis- Senne eenempnntnatetitn as buoy, ae ing ay hen — at. the eng. of stem @
sh it 1 ana Gace oroh, eee travel and absence from trative machine is the Secretariat, 40 F W 4 is notice to mariners was} the day ad cnocked up 50 runs|
value of last year’s sugar Cr! ‘home, and it is an expensive busi- and. in a place like Barbados, - For ounding published yesterday at the Har-) for five wickets. 1 rererinoteemomees —
| was more than 50% higher than ness;'and the amount which the where there is such a high degree to, Forde of White Park bour and Shipping Masver’s Office, | | __—_.— , — =

| that of the previous year. , an afford to spend is of centralisation, it is of particu-
» There is little in the remainder ees iolow the fesre that lar importance. The volume of W&S fined 40/- and 3/- costs 10) y,, ‘ .
bi of the Estimates of Revenue that it would have liked to insert. work passing through the Secre- be paid in 14 days or one month's Ik inedFor Language . i. "
realls for any comment. I think tariat has increased many times !™prisonment when he appeared ’ ‘ ] ARRI VED RECENTL Vii
Whe only big change is the esti- Training over in recent years, and it is now before His Worship Mr, H. A, For using indecent language ©: |
mated increase from $4,000 to 4 certain amount has heen spent sadly apparent that the present Talma yesterday for wounding Bay Street a public highw:
'$76,000 in the net revenue from on training in previous years, and staff cannot cope with it. The re- Charles Husbands with a piece of | Etheline Goodridge of Beck!
Post Office. In case anyone should this is therefore not all new sult, of course, Is delays, hurried iron on March 4. Hill was ordered to pay a fine of ‘i
: “Tegard this as justifying a reduc- expenditure, but hitherto there work and the fon ctgror ge = < ; 15/- in. 14 days or in setae ~ JUDGE
| tion in mail rates I must tell the has been no general survey to anything that does not deman 15/- For Free Bus month's imprisonment by i

Council that this $72,000 is largely determine in what branches of immediate attention. It is hoped | Worship Mr. H. A. Talma yester-

Src! to. submit proposals to the Leg- day, ENAMEL |
ed in future to islature to remedy this situation Ride | The offence was eommitted o1 BRAND :

made up of a windfall in the the Service training is mos
form of special revenue expected quired. It is propos i islati
‘ 8 ; ini of early in the next legislative ses- March 25.
all training Rupert Henry of White Hall, St.

from the issue of a new set of meet the cost of

7 te oe i ne sion,
Barbados stamps in May. So much Government ctaouee feorn tle, 04 The Council will remember that Michael, was fined 15/- in 14 days

; to ensure that aa :
for Revenue vote, and thus to e several years ago a Ten Year or one month's imprisonment by









— including —

25 YEARS AGO.

vhatever money can be mad r= Hi i ; . .
Expenditure whatever gr areining is spent to Plan of Development was prepar, His Worship Mr. H. A. Talma) Advocate March 28, 1925 BOWLS — MEASURES — JUGS
The estimated total expenditure the best advantage. Creare hed forgetien it, for M the legal {are while travelling on| tes Ure eae: Ne No | '
for the year on the Current Esti- Under the Airport head the sum aioe oy’ dead ee: ae . i are he . e oo ©} teers numbering 217 under the | BASINS — STEW PANS SAUCEPANS t
mates is $9.6 million, as compared provided under erect yen a Such plans can be of inestim- Mare - ne ee © | command of Major the’ Hon, Si ! : bait s — tPANS
a Se ee eee Se F. J, Clarke, KC.M.G,, M.C.P

a : ighti rl ;
with an expenditure of $9,000,000 Expenditure for the Lighting "able value, provided that they are Denzil Martindale a conductor} @ : aaa .
for 1949-50. A detailed analysis the Runway, which has not been onstantly. reviewed in the light of the bus M—-174 said on Maren Commanding Officer, and the Ca

cord “ , > i , revoted. lt © ‘ aan on ine jets of Harrison College and Com-
a Estimates to — exactly spent, will have to be re of changing conditions, changing 95 Henry was on the bus whici| Sonemar Sled comuatinn 1
at accounts for this ;

increase ‘Was ‘aye that it would have aan requirements, and, meet iapent ~ was. going along Black Rock in Zi
a ‘ eee Ossi 00 ‘ a nging costs. e re- a oat ‘ . r pene
ee a ~ business, but ee year, but this has not been et a ee Pos See the. direction of Eagle sat. He A. Collymore, fell in on the Sa CAVE SHEPHERD { C0) utp
. OLlOV g acts ay assis -.s ’ alled ry s arel ws ‘ S y¢
ig: Seen TAS a the case. of work, and unfortunately there °° on Henry to pay his fare! yvannah, punctually at 5 p.m. « rr) .

btain the equipmen under the command of Capt. H
} ti
Reurable Members to ast ‘The original estimates was based 12. heen nobody with the time and. Henry bluntly refused to 0} pe inspected by Colonel MD |||



















eee he poms, Maeno i i qui for th 4 so. When they had nearly reach-| ]. Inspector General of Po
. s . ’ » simple equipment for the . As a result, most r | Herrel, nspector General o c
AT tat>. ccee certs’ Parton ola runway. it will be necessary to a ge ge the plan has been ed Eagle Hall he gave Henry over! lice, and Commandant of the Loca! | | 10, 11, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET
eg ie. ne warts a have more elaborate lighting es fost, to the police. Forces, who received the. salute. ]
iments, which covers rough- 4; ew runway, an ‘ )
ly the salaries of the Civil Ser- peri! 7 ae & i baad |
_ and permanent staff; a increased. ee There is one additional and |
arges, which _ includes al Subsidisation mast important reason a we
other recurrent expenditure; and Before I leave the recurrert' should now take _ stock of our |
poe-recurrent Expenditure, ae expenditure estimates I would say present and potwatial position. it }
argely self-explanatory. The one word on an item which shows there is to a ny apital devel- .
amount included in the 1949-50 1, change over the current years opment at all we sha i TRADE MARK ee

Estimates under Personal Emol- ; he item of raise loans to finance it. If the |
oo 3 amol- octimate. I refer to the 1é ra an |
uments was $2.7 million, to $1 114,000 for the subsidisation of Government hopes pace : =e
Which must be added $375,000 foodstuffs. The revaluation of ster- on the London mar









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; ‘bys local market—
Which was voted as a lump SUM Jing has naturally upset commodity that matter, on the
: d as 2 g has naturally up: : d the confidence | T M, »] 7, RE SOME
for cost of living allowances, prices; and the prices of menetul> os Ca vesting public; and it can | COLD and YOU AY REOUL “ OF
making a total of just Ver most of which come from the ae po do so if it has a strong bud- | CATARRH
$3,000,000. This vear the amount Jar areas, have been most seriousl) tary position and a plan of | THESE ITEMS
under Personal Emoluments is affected. After full consideration, g¢% Jopment nee
over $3.7 million, that fs, over the Government has decided that, develop f . It clears the nasal pee
; large though bg — Total In view of what I have said. sages to remove stuffiness a... . Sa ~~
. 7 ’ ‘ : font * : = _ om
vith the Island's lanation given in : -on-
rT pe win Ae greg as this SD of the expla = ei and the distressing con VALOR STOVES—3 Burners AUTO PUMPS—Hand and Foot
revenue, it would be wiveffects of the notes re Capital Es- ditions of head colds and A VALOR STOVES—Pressure type AUTO TROUBLE LAMPS
WHAT'S ON TODAY jaa nine still not accurate- es pot for little comment. If catarrh. The patent nasal BLOW TORCHES ASBESTOS ROPE 116”
a ce dienes Gimli ok ly known, to attempt any redUc- Hevelopment and Welfare ex- application bottie is infinitely better than spray ELECTRIC VULCANISERS (STENOR) 2
mean tion of it. Though the actual pro- penditure is excluded, wae, cone or dropper, and can be carried conveniently in ELECTRIC HOT PLATES COTTON WASTE
Meetiny of Legislative Coun- vision for the, SONS Teere for estimates this, eee oe handbag or pocket without fear of leakage. (Single and Double Burners) CYCLE TYRES and TUBES
; ca. e same as the ex 7 expenditur _ : : —— ‘ 7 ‘SSO.
are oy 529. Pm. chen year, it will not be as compared with roughly $3 mil- Made by CLAY & ABRAHAM LTD., Liverpool, England ELECTRIC FOOD WARMERS CES: Aen ning
' _ of —o of Assem- enough to keep prices at their pe *=- lion for ee ae ieee fat Established 1813 . READING LAMPS BICYCLES—Hercules and Phillips
) p.m. evel, and an immediate Tis ta) expenditure this ye as been G: . Bee U4” Gi" a,’ >
F otball at Queen's Park at in the prices of most of the artuci€s rather than $1.5 million but Obtainable from all Drug Stores: 3ARDEN HOSE 2, 6” and “a HILLSIDE PLOUGHS
“0 p.m, vhich are subsidised will be to this must be added a certain ; an —_
Meh Se nennisary. amount for .equipment and yr KNIGHTS LTD., AGENTS & DISTRIBUTORS. ROB ER i i HOM L 3 D
sticultural Station Yard " Controls terials on order, or in respect o e
at 7.36 2 : 4 that is no ossi- which the Crown Agents accounts a -
: sees ome ae Salen c the have not been received. A good COURTESY GARAGE oe DIAL 4391
ee ble to make any : iat
ANT ee Eoeeene Ta!
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quEsDAY, MARCH 28, 1950
BARBADOS ADVOCATE .
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me | RARRADOS
“sr , — IN THE ASS
ASSISTANT COUR’
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memory of our dear little RE! GEOFFREY WALTON ALLEN The secretary of Deputy Pre-| MONTREA ; spiaisdsisblecantscninstasciaeakcnaie aan
gn loving RONEN MILLAR age | — cD mier Zdenk Fierli eputy Pre- MO? EAL AUSTRALIA NEW ee
grins,“ Ie died in Jesus on the 28 Rises ‘A LONG of New York, USA today the t ee toid Reuter EAN LINE)
ie 5 cols, 5° HOUSES | Acting here Def . y vha jerlinger was in M.A.2 ) :
Bch 190. emory that never sha } ES MOTT herein by ERNEST D lendant Prague and “in the very zed YY Ss. “DEV . a
/ Ser 18 the UNFURW. OTTLEY her constituted EIGHTON health” e very best of | .% DEVO. is scheduled we
mm fade A sails amie 1 28 NFURNISHED FLAT IN| pursuance of ai Attomey : | Sydney March 25th, Brisbane April 4t! £)
' js the hope that ii wi ouse, White Park. Dial ae Coomt rt "in the above ection ee: i this He was commenting on reports| S$ CNG Seas May 6th ati
ie. eet at Jesus’ feet 3 ‘ aed of February 1980, I give mu the abroad that the Deputy er oe ‘4 CITY OF DIEPPE” sails Ade- i!
together es 28.3.50- ll person give notice e Deputy Premier aide April 22nd, M i
i gree and care could decth prev FLAT—One apace, 5 — | r interest a pavicg any estate, right had been assassinated . ler | Sydney Staes tants ocr en ea ae i
Berean eS | eg Re Ne | ly inSt ata oem, imran In Carlisle Bay i been assassinated. | Shaving ar"vindaa sane isn.) |i] 31 gopoowen omnes |
qed took she liveth sti exallable April ist. Apply Mrs. J hea | nurih of Suite’ Me ee any | IN PORT: : Rudolf SJansky, General Secre-| chilled. ns ssels have ample space fo ‘ASSOCIA’ ws ; §
: our hearts ea een - Phone 4064 y Mrs. J. A eens Saint Michael in this T 4 To — Bion Alexandrina R, Sch Agents: Sch. Owners’ Associ: tary of the C ’ neral Secre-| ©"; i, hard frozen and general ca’,"« TION (INC) VF
be oe | , containing by s Islan ‘arion ‘olfe, , ‘ ‘i ni * Associatio: Communis arty. ho ‘argo accepted z i? TEL Consign sat
tT ag father, Bile ners au OFFI 26.3.50—2n rtcol thontsen ge nae nd ht = Sth. Rosie aus Someta, Se x ok keen ettian tons net, Capt Has- been assassinated wert ¥ ert ee reintien fe a vee i
and Luther | | OFFICE—Marhill nine square feet b and fift Ortae, Sch. Anita H., Sch. | Zita Rob Guiana; Agents |__ An offici j Guiana, Barbados, W pees
2 eens . St os oi : e the sam | We , Zita Robert Th official o ‘. ¥ eS » Windward &
pusdie . ih pes = Co. For Gather Nd Bo| or tare ae one bounding on sands nov Fospdens Ton, kg 4 a ee seh. on DEPARTURES Foreign Ministry lowehed art ~? F care
‘ y B 3 r particu-| satte < ’ * : e ve, Set s y is ed outrig? ‘or further a ,
2 —_ ——————— Hutchinson & Co ettes Plantation a the lands of Gre | Philip H. Davidson, Sch. Beieuben, ; . “ae Adina Mac, 31 tons net, Cant when told of vhese r : utrigat c tu her particulars apply
; - ——<—< way 14.3.50—t.f led Fnirfield R e Public Ros Atlantian. ‘Laren, for Trmidad; Agents: Sch I . e reports. FUR | WITHY & CO a
i. pee ‘OLIVEDALE", MARINE GANDES -R.| the public road called Wavell avence . ARRIVALS OSN e M Tannis | th ee weed Agents Trinidad me
; = cen ae Thee CARDEN Resto itll same aw ‘aars 7 Mariana inoggee . 80 tons net, Coot Tannis, oe dad; $$ tons net, Capt em, he scid.—Reuter. | DA COSTA & CO. LTD
a | ‘enamt, Available from middie 3.) pends he hitters. Wb. at an 9 . from British Guiana, Agents: wnars’ Association.” sciniasaibiaoaaacal Agents Rerbaos
c p " ° FE ; ns . . ————————
/ | four months. Phone eee June fo | 4 ne _ claims with their iseuen Srh. Stason Bn eee S'S. Rio Turampento, Ex e i i et —
ZZ. Phail, 265 ouments and vouchers Scott, 30 tons net, Cpt Cc . 2,572 tons net ‘nsive wer
_ yromorive 4 25.3 so.» |PY.me on any Tuesday rae Marks, from St. Vincent; Agents: Sc Ce a et, ee e
| OPRINGHAVEN” Reaoe ween the hours of 12 y wners’ Association. ay — in ., Ltd. v
, me Rockney. In good candition, | 1st . Rockley from A o'clock in the a (moon) and 2|__M.V. Marianne, hooner Sunshine R., 25 : ANCOUVER, Canadz
’ se ay The Vieal “car vor mia lst | Bungalow contai ey eANg of the Clerk niiternoon, at the Office Wencichem, from. ce eee jones oe ee for. British ee Fawndale Vesta’s re { } ss ats
if ly A. Edgehill, 3 er 2122, Pr ag . ry and kitch Appeal at the Court # ant Court o ; Musson, Son: & Ca., Ltd. 7 8 : Barbados import & Export Cc | S€Y owned t wuyew - ‘
® ». 24.8.50.--t2.n h edrooms wit tchenette: | baddest, irt House Bridgetow ss ay Beh. Yimaiine. 7 >y Bellavista Farms
3.50.—t-tn.| Garage and two wecta; ening wate e the 3rd day of May 1950. mn, .S. Spurt, 4,397 tons net, Capt Cl e, 72 tons net, Cap | Milner, B sta Farms of :
miereenece, Ai ae per@inie een e | at suph: cla May . in order | Clanessen, from Curarao; ps Sean zrke, for British Guiana; ; » BC, has bee aclare 'e
row toes 10 Hp. Tillman Mins | ae Flectricity. Ring aia, eee cucianl aad een ere oe cranked ac | tations Ltd. 20; Agents: Plan- Owners’ Association. ; Agents: Sch | the champion linus. one < |
Me Cxrenient order. Apply J. Connell ¢ qe “we of respectively: otherwi priority there. | S.S. C. G. Thulin, 1,317 tons net SS. C. G. Thulin, 1317 tons - ne! Canadien Jersey: cows. & among
77° ell, Beckwith Pla Bridge- | —————_* will be precl ‘wise such person: | Capt. Anderson, 317 tons net Capt. Anderson, for Trini . sey cows, She pro-
(@ weecome 5.3.50,—4n. | he said Dect uded from the benefit of] Rabert Thom ean St. Croix; Agents: Robert Tham Ltd dad; Agents | duced 18,930 pounds of milk :
town. en | wT Uae Neer rei aild Decree, and be deprived of at Sch. Regina iW aD, Haein: ae. had Ga | YOO s ilk in a
f ———s od 10 H.P. in good conditi' | Patil Mis adn il cli ee ie ese Am A ke A ta Wallace, e, 117 tens Henrickeen. for ‘Trinkiad; Age.ta: 5. P W YORK SERVICE
: le aie. 4008. cw 4673; D |” —— ist attend the sald Court on. Wedmes : ; from St. Lue s' Musson, Son & Co., Td. ce. S “BYFJORD Arr
te pe : ——————— obey sal ourt on Wednes aS * | See etee|
fveyn. Mc Enearey & Cos | © 2% easily earn ev the 3nd day of May 1980, at 19 IN TOUCH WIT THULIN” 7th April B }
| 2¢.3.£0-—n 5 cay area by obtaining oder: |e sing ™=™ SE att H BARBADOS COAST STATION | rer rma WTAE 2ath Apeil 1th April i
epi peeniatneaeraiinomnres . ate Christmas Cards ¢ ean at S.S. Umatilla, Chemawa, i Mir. Al um | h
Sos SS Ro | nea Sere | "getty han snd as] Rea tage an eee Cee Ati engee See wen Anthony, Hall Me. Perey Mat NEW ORLEANS SERVICE |
e. Tyres. pail | ssary, Write toda pertenc Si : mtain, S. Mateo, S. Cirilo, Sparrows lors’ . Mormachetvk, Chancel-| Meyers, ™ ’ ae. p. Rich silts sible ia sails
ne good, upholstery i i YY for beautiful zi I ; o 0, Sparrows lors Vi . cel yers, Mrs. Este yeser 3S “ALCOA R eR” 0 Arr.
i hey, en 6 nits. ple Book to Britain’ autiful fre Nik eas Ge th ye GILKES, Ponit, S. Paula, Gerona, Elizabeth, Nieu Feet pa Solsten, Sunmont, Orinoco, Maxy O'Neill, Mr ene » Mrs | et ROAMER dea N.O, B'dos
. attention. Phon' 26.2 wemost Publishers: Rey largest anc | Appeal ssistant Court ot Amstandarn. Cotticea, La. Heve. Mari Pacific meee. Vanes Apache Canyon | Clarence Lovell, Mr Oneae om ar | “ALCOA Re NNEI ath oa 6th April
ae a arvellous mi . comunissio: fora, Norton, C, G@. Thulin, Anzoatesui rims ne, Fredrika, Danvig, Mer-| Arceliia Mott y, Mi se ene | ALCOA RANGER” 1 ath Abe “ath for te
© BH Ag cone Vauxhall 10. 19 Jcnes, Williams & Cor, Dept s0:2.00-2n| | Poot Auieene inkgwand. “Eos San Sete, Dothan: Almivinhe Rate Fay, Man. Latioetot “Geagobin, “hive. Ean: Sniltce an May
1 perfect condition, 4 new tyres. Works, Preston, Englarehe 20 Victor , ene, ts ecwcme. vis, Mate. | SOUTHBOUND CANADIAN SERVICE oe eer
SB eps wth gee | OFFICIAL SALE Baris Now, Miz Colin “Nowy S|
Grant .3.50-—-2 ——-—______ . =e . arvey Schwe aon N Sai
Wi ———.. 1609 Chevrolet in good a anit NOTICE RARBADOS 7 a Mrs. Florence Schwattz, Mr Allan Goa | 8 “ALCOA Eee eine: phrrives
N CAR: hevrolet in good con i SH OF ST. JOHN IN THE m . Voilm ewart, Mr. Geo | SS “ALCOA POINTER” ’ Mareh 22nd A os
f as L—3. N pe acti As fr > JOHN HE ASSISTAN , ollmer, W/Cmdr. Fros pril Ist
itt ation seate. with Gc ward. Bron the office of the Paroens 15th, April, 1950 en (quitable juedeioe) Te A St. 'Laicia! =~ | NORTHBOUND Sailing every Fi ADE LEO
Cnmurone 91-40. John will be parochial Treasurer, St CYRIL BRUCE BROOKS AND Fer onan Taylor, Mrs. Maric T | SS. “ALCOA PILGRIM”
26.3.50 and 15th, April, only, | “° ®th 13th, GEOFFREY WALTON ALLEN aa iy, gg, atten ggg ria ow Sailing early April
’, _ R. 8. FRASER META LONG Plaintiffs ee Raymond, Miss Fila River ports. for St. Lawrence
as hee a — . “ 2 of e" Jor’ ts n =. & illiam Lister N oman =
ly POULTRY = Parochial Treasurer, Act : err Rae ok From Se By B.W.LA.L From La Guiara: aa or Apply: DAC
y cd 25.3,50.—8n, St. John, | Acting herein by ER aa , : ae r r Jamaica: Sane ome ee: ee .
" POULTRY—Pure bred Plymouth Roc! a a MOTTLEY her eee DEIGHTON Bennie Tuber: Meee: Collymere, Doreen Antone Sanz, Maria Sanz, Jacque Mrs. Reina Dill, Mr, Martin Dill, \ ROBERT THOM LTD.—New Sor Canadian Service.
1D chicks 9 days old, Phone 2990. NOTICE is hereby given that be vir Genera eee re: RAEN, Trevor . De laumin, Leonard F. Smart, Regine) (ood stig May Cummings, tis) D ork and Gulf Service.
’ of a 7 & y Virtue . v' « : , Keit wood, , ay OO . ? sitet cama
| CIVIL. SERVICE: 'ASSOCIAT ‘oi Gate She Mn taaent SoetiySt | © ohn. G, Roe a Anthony Candamo, th hott ca es
ION 1950 there will be sat iy of February | ohn GC. Rose, Pau! Sarkis, shel For Antigua; J i ———¥
Sie pepe Pins i up for sale to the; Greaves, Raff : , Shelia From Grenada: M rea Just suital . : ii
ELECTRICAL Division 2 nae Didder at the Ofice of the othe | Herbert Baie Ibrahim, Robert Davis piton.. Fancis Hutson, M.L.C nom Anberk Se Den aD oe } FOUNT a for School Children f 4
Nae eae Court of Appeal at the Allan Coil . Deoroop , Str From Antigua: Lilian Si . : ald Downs, Mss | ) - N PE :
WASHIN: IFS THE Court House, Br - the | 5 lymore, John Challenor: Mil ora é dlian Shoul ALL NS
7 TA the pias ef a tan < | Son 2 Avhich ok ting of Dis are of 13 taoesh on 3 wrieeee ae ee joa Vincent Maingot, Marie From 3 kite rete Seen! 7 oe Trujillo | , Cheap and
Ted : ! conv journed 1 ve | afternoon on Friday the 5 ; ns thal _Mrs. Sydney Steele, Mr sae |
. a ee Poathing. Simple to 0 ae | Colt tlartaeae Police Magistr Py May 1980, All that heart COR Re Gag ome enenenerrenernrenes eos ne “ Richard Plater, W.Comdr. Frost.| Steele, Mstr. Alan Steele Sune PEN KNIVES
i Price $290.00. Cash _ if ganar “| day, 30th Maroh, ieanie P.m, on T. urs a os ae situate at Prirgeld Root "ae as |
“Crodit if you want we ' . . the parish of Sait id Road
a RA Seay inant. ‘containing Aint Michae! ‘in this GOVERNMENT NOTICES. MAIL NOTICES one Dial 3301
96.2.50 n. x, Div. 9 aa four, thoustnd four hundred and T Mails .
Pi ah $ 60-1: itty nine saunre feat be the sem an O MERCHANTS AN r _Mails for Martinique, Antigua, St. i 4 ic ~~
VACUUM CLRANERG-We sell | oF less butting and be the sama more shaneationath conan ERNMENT CONTRACTORS Croix, Bt. Tyee mas, VI AUR SL. | 899%9999999999999998900-9808
t ow. or late of one Kirt M ac os ‘ S.5. clove 99% pe -
Phosnix Deluxe Silent M: T PU _ how ot Inte of one Kirton on: lends, of | account i nt Contractors and other persons having | the General Post eee ae cdot . ‘ PROPS CPPLLP SLOPE SO OPES
type, complete with accessories to dé SALES led Wuirheld hone’ ndcceesla ana on | OC al nts against the Government are again reminded that pa th eel, Seeneeee ee ts > WALL MAPS OF WEST IND ee
the cleaning in the house, Solves the public eerie aC oresnid and on| Of all such : ymen 31 aaa - p.m ‘ ON eo ws IES %
ae es _ yublic road called Wavell ave § accounts shou . > : ; on the 3ist March. Ordinary Mail . KID _ »
ia Aifeect aati” | SUGOM ee | however chee the same may Dutt ana | 1950, at the Treasury ld be claimed on or before the 31st of March, | #7. on the Ist April ieee (x eitne TUT MAGIC MUMMY 3 %
‘ you went it 4 bound, And if Pepa. ee ane ‘ s ~ S. PASSE i .
f, JOHN F, HUTSON LIMITED: CAS OTR pnt ten, old the said 2. Failure to do this will lead to delay i _ Mails for the United Kingdon by 1) 2 PASSE PARTOUT &
ee) Ue LT every succeeding Friday between the claim ad'to delay in the payment, of the, 9:9 Golfito, will be closed at the Ge 1% NOW OPEN 8
SEDO Tbe BCA. Floor Moan cHow Me eee St aad '§ JOHNSON’S ae as x
. ‘ Mode : im not less thes 7 § cel Maal ; ) the Bth
Phillips, Bonnetts, Brittons Hil! BY instructions Dated this 22nd Seta 2 mati March 1950, Rei inane Pn Gr Se Pe Le STATION ‘
s dd 8.3.50.—2 « ed M
Michael. For further information Lionel Gittens 1 are from Mr € . iy February 1950 29.90.00. n. a, Orditey mail at & ae : at 1.39 | @& al il ARDWARE %
ge C, Walcott. 22.3.50—3r | Mareh 30th at Roeb’ ell on Thursday ‘i Claas ee Ae ae GILKES, both “March. 1960 at 2.30 p.m. on the SOOOCOOOL 55566668 aS
GEC. RADIOGRAM Country Rd. the following Ae opposite | Appeal sistant Court of x POPPI PSPSPS >
5 —With Autom pointments: g househ 1 : . ee SSS
tle Record. Changer in ancallent coc. Rockennes Auoaay aris Mo ight © chairs eee ina See |} oe SSS
; aieai . é s, I s Se bid enteninensiidhitte ” ’ \
ed Auer Pron he Cushions, all in iasingahc: Wintan, The Departm RET DALEING CORREEEEIOr NOTICE Enhance Yo B
. . onr, 3 i res, , ictrola, >
aortas.” | Piura! Mahogany to “Sins | OFFICIAL NCTICE | chemicat mags agen ho magmabeambemtiye Vd ts \ sO BGRUES
——$_—— frigeré 7 , Kelvinator Re- - t le ‘ i > ‘ : ’ . To ni y
| REPRIGHRATOR—Norge 5 cub: ft. | frigerator, Kerosene: oil Stove, ee PARBADOS | tion femmndese tae : ° Brixton, pana, S.W, 2, to pass on intorma-| ,, — VACANT POSITION Ad-| )) with these ‘
working order, at Ralph A. Reand’s Auc perfect working aeained oven. (both ic \IN THE ASSISTANT COURT pa . & a nternational Painting Competition which the Com- vertised by us for a Junior Clerk, } MAXFACTOR P
) fm Rooms, Hardwood Alley. Phone | Books, Beadsteads & er). Book cases, (equitable Prior ation ppeat! pany is arranging to conduct. The competition is open to Artist has been filled. if Face Pow B roducts
\ 28. 3.50-—-2' Bo Whalintahae Molding ae eee ‘ , Art Student ; 2n to Artists, ROBERT THOM LTD | , owder Brushes
Warmer Radio, (in wor Screen, Stewart CARNETTA , ents and pupils of Schools. There is NES Vaan 7 : ae ’ | Max Factor mal ;
ae he yorking order) he INES HOLDER —Plantiff. ; 4 n no age limit but age Plantations Building nake up Blender
MACHINES — onia Clock, , An- | 5 ‘ will be take; ; : ; c p Ss ding ender,
' Dish Washing or Rhee Chothae Vezhing Cases and Mhcngc M4 See bLemig Piano | PP HELINDA ODESSA LAE SMITH The win erin nee when the entries are being judged. 28.3.50—2n. 1} ; eet Cream.
ing Machines. We have f£ sn Was!) cus to mention. Sale Vw —Defendant. ends in May, 1950, but entries will | . ) : anaieaenieneracerseeiiessmpineeninttiinemitmeensienccsars? } oney ' Suckle Cre
test here and abroad. enone, bee ae Terms Cash. errr IN pursuance of an Order i ‘to the 30th June. Substantial money rare ee ye accepted DO ———————— j ” Astrigent Four to
awa 20 years ago ae. sti VINCENT GRIFFITH | COUrt in the above action ate an a trants and the teachers of y prizes are offered both to en- ITs ) ” Ae Face Powder CAll She :
ion. ‘i ‘Auc | twenty fourth day coms s of winning entrants i . Fi 4 Shades).
the EMTAGE ELECTRICAL C spaeronees nae Aine ae, at of January 1950, 1 There is n . 7 ge iy t cy GOOD to look at! ) ’ Pan Cake make u
{| ae 4 50—2n | estate, right or i persons having any | (, o entrance fee. Entries will be judged by the Royal BETTER to cook on:! ] (all shad .
“3. - state, . ‘ + J i! | t shades
welateennn AUCTION SALE. or incumbrance affecting spears! pm ollege of Arts, London. A cup will be presented to the School sub. BEST to own it!!! ie aed
WECHANICAL LAWPDNESDAY 29th. at 1 pm. Vit Firstly all that certain piece or parcel mitting the highest standard of s CAGE. BUD- na HE COSMOPOLIT
double octal ae Brittons Hi of ae attuate at Superlative in the said Principals of School ard of work under the age of 16 years. IT’S not a riddle AN fi
shingle ce | Paris i 8 er “arsons Ww aha. t :
AGUISH PERAMBULATOR and Baby Socata tie ingle “house | PAU taining by sdmessurement. two [cbtain Entry Form a and other persons who are interested may ||] IT'S The Last Unsold 1
Yicloset, & with kitche . A 5 scriptiv. ‘ . tos - H
: twood 2173, 28.3.90—3n FALL. OF palings. TERMS CASH O} roods, be the same more or less butting formation on cane ne eee Leaflets containing further in- a Enamelled Gas Cooker {
: HAMMER.. and bounding on th “ ation e1 ar , . . om « at your Gas S Y
meee, -one Singer Treadle ‘ R. ARCHER McKENZIE. | "OW. or eh: ip North on lands | ent of Ed : either by letter or in person at the Depart- SEO WENO '
Seetent somalition, Ses hs hr N 5 é on the East ueation, The Garrison, St. Mi Wh 5
by ease 8 50 eee. enter ae el ee imbe , St. Michael: Heads of Schools ¥ not call and have a look \
; ae age ng tak 350-2 | now or late of C, Holder and on the e number of Entry Forms th ‘ at it?
______** =| West on lands now ; s they would like to have.
Aitiawe.sisphis dna nea a now or late of Fairview | 27th March, 1950
: LA tior ed to sell by auc- | Plantation or however else th , : r
NEOUS tlon on Tuesday next the 28th March at | Dust and bound ON NS a REIL EDLSS,
COAT—One W. . c try off St Stephens Chu hs s Tenan- Secondly all that certain piece or = ——_—
arm ! : \ +h, Black Rock, | cel of is t per }
‘ghteen months. Rast oat to fit child| One newly built 2 ren ‘ock, | cel of land also situate at Superlative i
. Rastwood 2173. Dine DENY Peaks eanreees atu, wish) me said parish of Saint G i A
p8.3.50—3n x9, eee "eee pailings, land aforesaid containing ocean _
OK. ay ment one rood be the same oo ,
ofa em aicie ek he sre arrive | 24.3.50.—4n. D’ARCY SCOTT. vue and bounding yey hy G Ds!!
and 3 3 Ss mos' elicious ands now or late of C. Hold “WE : 7
m yee Packaged coffee. Now avail Fast on the public road on cS enasowana por =e
4 Brocer. REAL ESTATE on lands now or late of S. Browne and . WARE, TEAKWOOD
ine 26 ..3.50—-3n — op: Che a i the ae te lands now or late of SANDAL, IVORY, ETC.
UCK TYRES — WANT A_HOU ly ‘airview Plantation or however else th
OF) cach, last cava’ = ieee Om | mee? I chad ee : \
. Dear’s Garage Ltd at this} J can sell you one with 3 1 ” nirdly all that_certain piece or par- F
“ td. Phone 2476. | running water 4 e wit vedroor cel of land situate at Superlative i '
eeu | 86. 8.50-- Bn. | land. ater tn 2 standing on 1/8 act sald parish of Saint George iy tbe THANI BROS
DEXTROSE—Is 3 bedroom ho i > aforesaid containing by admeasure ¢ é 8.
largely in om use in CITY, with wate - y admeasuremen ~
ing to augme y in infant feed-| ond electric li ees sah cne rood be the same mor less butt- Pr. V Ss e
of cow's te — tee a Dial 2947 oD a ¢ ing and bounding Darts the ae ee Wee. Hig. Street
ai ¥ ae ng and in- ands now or late of E. O. ' y
is Raeae evere ia food intake | — 26.3.50 n the Bast on the public rea heared Dial 3466 onmmen
A tin of Dextrose teat het - 3 REST HAVEN, Rockley New Road the South on lands nov. or late of the N ? ena
home. Get it from je, 1n-eve welling House with 3 roods Land. 2% ae of D, Blackman deceased and on Now is your opportunity to obte as i noe
BRUCE WEATHERHEAD LTD bedrooms, toilet, bath, kitchen, pantry. vd West on lands now or late of Fair- = hits at a reduce ‘a. s 4 ain a selection of the Tatest
6 3 50 3 2 servants’ rooms. Dial 3278 pa Fianna eee else the ‘y pay \ Teen ey a
Ce - ame may butt an und, SOME , ; —
GALVANISED PIPE - re “as 24,3.50--2n | 19 bring before me an account of thei BARBADOS ELECTRIC ) COME IN TODAY AND ii SON zi a a ‘
me ED PIPE, HERE! —Helt-.-) | LAND 3) Parahes of Land site > [gale Staten wrt Gs ta eet goo \ SOMEBODY ELSE—NOT ME Phil H
. A. BARNES & CO., LTD. . | Rrathwaite’s Gap, off Dayrells Poa! ments and vouchers, to be examined b> N)) | e a a A .. Phil Harris
é _ LTD Christ Church. Appl , fa) | me on any Tuesday, or Friday betwee )} STAYING AT HOME ;
aah Pherson, Upper Dapreta a ad Me- | the ose of 12 (noon) and 3 ovloek | i} : OME . dane tii ee *
SALVANISE — oo | in the afternoon, at the Office of th 2) A ROS y omar ; :
ph Me inch, ite, eee His pe ae 2 = Clerk of the Assistant Court of hoods. , ’ - ° dv EWOOD SPINET ; Joe Li !
Mouire: Auto Tyre Co., a, 3. & 4 ine AT the office of th acetal the Court House Bridgetown, befor: Qe BE I he A setae Tonge rag e Loss -
lead Co, Erafalaar Bt. | friday. next Sis f tile undersigned © |the 19th. day Of AOte ened acon, FOR BAST ) x EAUTIFUL EYES
eit eticeneien -3.50— n ie that s : ri 9 ve , :. .
yublic competition hat such claims may be ranked accord- J (tt ee thiiiaaies emtaae aust sek ek” ee Joe Loss
to Dae 70B9-Four English Bath Tul 7 pg es rtivel no a ET eh i ee ae F ;
r $100. L 1% ” 197 shares BARBADOS wer respectively; otherwise such 80) PRE ches secs iow vale ya tee cue ;
A. Barnes & Co. “ta. % for cash sale 129 shares BARBADOS Eco re will be precluded from the benefit of The M S , ne BLUES OF THES T othe Martin
wa. 12.3.50 t.f.n | 70 shares BARBADOS SHIPPING D |The said Decree, and be deprived of ai Pee ener | ‘i robbs rose wenn o¢ Mes Armat
GALVANISE SHEETS in 24 . TRADING CO. LIMITED. _ claim on or against the sald property Way { BLUES FOR YESTE tt Armstrong
mre Gft., 6ft. Gins. Bft. and oft pad : iy shares WEST INDIA RUM REFINFE Claimants are also _ notified that the) ) 1) = OR YESTERDAY . I ;
6 urs hari plates 1/16, ‘eee CARRINGTON & SEALY gaunt attend the, ont Ones eee Wordnet “ i i?) PROPLE ARE FUNN orereeees Louis Armstrong
. n vario s , | ree - e 4s y : 50, at 10 o'clock ardrobes, Vanitle Bed ‘ {\C) ) ‘ .E ARE FUNNIER T j c
lo Tyre Company, ‘Trafaigas seu 1 DWELLING HOUSE with 1,480 square a.m. when their said claims will be Beds, Cradles, Dining F\ eg i AV ER THAN ANYBODY .... Spike Jones
et 1,3.50—t f feet of land situate at Spruce Street, ranked Kitchen a d China Cabinet \\\ { LEAVE THE DISHES IN THE SINK
CARR'S C ee ee Bridgetown. Given wider my hand this Twenty Liquor Cases, Sideboards, Dra | SHBS IN THE SINK, MA ....... Spike Jon
CARR'S CHEESE CRISPS—Thes 2 DWELLING HOUSE with 2,200 square | f°U"* day of January 1950 ing Room Furniture, Waggons }?}) {h i a
sag Biscuits are fust. the hese visi feet of land situate at Wellington Easy Chairs $3.00 up, Pre Hh 1a
Pree ph Your drinks, g te) Street, Bridgetown. sii I. V, GILKES, Gramophones rs {4h |
oes Tin ‘A PARCEL OF LAND containing | , Ag. lerk of the Assistant Court, of — t i {
WEATHERHBAD 1 1,180 square feet situate at Wellington Appeal tT §)
Sa oe Street, Bridgetown. 28.1.50—3n. i §. WILSON sS5 1 20 ts ;
BARLEY SUGAR a s =. Tr a oars are the properties of Cam- | \ :
EY SUGAR—Fresh stock ri on L, Browne an vill be s ————————— —- Kt
et Dark aie caer were vale by’ Public Rises aatien Py a ( Trafalgar Street = Dial 4098 (I ELECTRICAL DEPT
BRUCE west , 0, 16 semen Biren Bridgetown on OFFICIAL SALE { j :
IERHEAD LTD ‘iday, 31st. March, 1950 at 2 p.m =
af For inspect f th eT aSehehe Sikes » =
we 8 | ann dain Howes two above, men- | pARBADOS:
OSE RECORDS YOU WANTED pective tenants. ; : 1N THE ASSISTANT COURT OF APPEAL
Calypso Pla here and they're keen YEARWOOD & BOYCE, (Equitabie Jurisdiction) e hn
Garp platers and’ Bing records, Run | 249.505 Solicitors. CARNETTA HOLDER — Plaintiff, Ou r erv JUS I IN
ew ‘Sisters, Maile mee ee A | 508m, ETHELINDA ODESSA BLANCHE SMITH
. ‘ ee : ‘ —Defendant
A. Barnes & Co. The undersigned will offer for sale ¢ oi A
19.3.60—t.f their Office No. 17, High Street, Bridge NOTICE is hereby given that by vir Sk .
ONE CAST a, | thele Cason BO, The wah day of | ‘ure of am Onder ot, te ote. Court illed Staff and Modern Equipment
opproie ny TRON TANK 6ft. x 6ft: x 6 April 1950, at 2 p.m. of Appeal dated the twenty fourth day 0! apy / E BOR
in. thiek pi 1350 gallons capacity, 5 The desirable Bungalow called “CHAR | January 1950 there will be set up for sale ‘ re
ole & Co., Ltd. LOTTE Ee in Bridge Gay |'0 the highest bidder at the Office of FOR
i | a Black Rock, with the land on which | the Cler of the Assistant Court of
WINES—A re 28 504 stands, containing 29 perch = Appeal a Court House, Bridgetown ? mode,
a 'S—A full stock of Wines lud property of the late Miss Char k between the hours of 12 (noon and 32 HE EA »
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Poop YEASTOR reas Lavatory and Bath Evectr of land ers at Superlative in th:
Tin ¢, —Rieh concentra’ vit ight and Government Water Supply said parish of Saint George and Island
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‘ore: all Grocers « . aniel, dor Street. two ro e same more or less
aaa 1 N ee For further particulars and Cord) butting and bounding on the North oi: eo TYRE SERVICE
— = of Sale, apply to the undersigned lands now or late of R Smith, on the
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PAGE EIGHT



Bailey Hopes To Visit

India And New Zealand

(From our London Correspondent)

McDonald Bailey, the Trinidad sprinter
ed Great Britain in the 1948 Olympic ¢
final has decided in future to concentrate on the 220
He will however defend his 100 yardsAAA ti

event

LONDON, March 22.

the White City in London later in the summer.

McDONALD BAILEY

B.G. Defeats
Trinidad 1-0

(Barbados Advocate ( orrespondent)

GEORGETOWN, Maigh 27

sritish Guiana won their first
of the five series of the soccer
test at the G. F.C ground Bourd
today beating Trinidad 1~—@.
ree crowd including the
Governor Sir Charles Woolley
K.C.M.G. was present. B.G
scored cight minutes before th
half time whistle when Desmond

Marks netted from close range .
Parson Was cheered for brilli-
ant full back The tw

remait t played o

play
k are to
yvednesday and Friday
The teams were: —
Trinidad- Gonsalv¢
rouveia; Charleau
Hind
nroe

Baniera; Smal})
Brathwaite:
Marks, Thomas,

Parson
Grif

Hamel

Joseph
Carr,



I Nurse
Wilshire Parks,
Haley, Harris,
and DeSousa

W.I. Must Put Best

Foot Forward
At Worcester

our



(Fron London Correspondent)
LONDON, March 27
Financial success of the We
Indies cricket tour of England may
well hinge on the display they
can put up in the opening match
at Worcester commeneing on May
6
This view was expressed by Pay
Landsberg, who has recently re-
turned to this country from Ja-

maica, writing in the “Evening
Standard” to-day He says that
by the time vhe tourists reach
Worcester the West Indies Board
of Control will have laid out well
over £1,000 in travelling expens-
es, £1,200 for clothing and equip
ment and £650 f hotel expens-
es in addition to £5 per play-
er per eek, which vhe West In-
diar 1 receive a spending
mon¢ It is therefore essential
that West Indian put their
strongest side into the field at
Worcesver,” he say ~(By Cable)

Best Swimmers
For English Channel
Championship

FOLKSTONE







At least 20 of the y i's proved
be vimmers will challenge the
English Channel in a spectacular
world chan pionship next August

4S great cros Channel wim-

maig race is being organized by
the London Daily Mail hi
aiready captured the imaginatio:
of the athletic world

The newspaper will pay

$2,800 for the first man t eac
the Dover beaches

$2,800 for the first woman; and

5700 for every othe; competitor

and

0 Compietes the swim
Swimmers from the United
States, South America, France

Belgium, Holland, Egypt, Greece,
Australia, South Africa hav
already accepted the challenge A

mber of di tinguished British

mn Vil also compete

E. H. Temme, a both-way

channel conqueror, will super Vise
the race Headquarter
established in Folkestone and
ther nearby coastal towns will
provide training facilities —JI.N.S.

| They'll Do It Every Time

| "THE GEARS AND DYNAMOS DON'T
BOTHER COTTERPIN A BIT WHEN HE'S
AT THE BOLER FACTORY:

ON THE PHONE

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Will be |





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YEP.YEP CHIEF...
I HEARD YoU «. EP.
YEP GET FRITTERMAN’S

mer

When I met him in

1elt better. He is still rec@iv-
ing treatment from a Harley
street specialist for an injurec
groin muscle but tais has no.

prevented him commencing light

training.
Not unnaturally, the

Mac recalled the final of

I was still suffering from a pullec

thigh muscle,” he said, “but they
; were

wrong.”
the whole story.

An Abscess

And he told

“I had been running in Brad-
ford the week betore the Olym-
abseess broke out

pics
under

and
my

right arm,” he said

“I had to go into hospital to have

cut out and then I ran again
} tie day following the operation
That was a big mistake. The gas

used in the anaesthetic was still

11 my system, and I felt terrible.
When I got back to London a

lend invited me to spend

pet back into form again I wen

Lancing and began to fee
better but then | caught a bac
cold whieh shifted to my ches
“nd when the day of the fina,

ime I was far from well.”
Mac said that although he went
into the final full of fight, when
he tried to call on. his extra re-
of energy he found the
effort was just too much.

irves

“After forty metres 1 real-
ised that I would pbe beaten
but when I tried to pull out tha,
little bit of extra I found thai
instead of closing up on the

rest of the field I was making
absolutely no impression o1
them. Instead I ould fee)

them all drawing away from
me. But,” added Mae with i
wry smile, “I was in a wonder
ful position to enjoy the re
mainder of the race.’

Now virtually free of all physi
al ailments, Mac is looking for-

vard to a successful Summer, His
eclsion to concentrate on the
20 yards has been made because
feels that this will impose
‘ess strain upon him His early
raining will consist of building
‘p Stamina for the distance and
hen shortly before the A.A.A.
hampionships he will concen-
trate for one week on fast start-
ng. By adapting these methods
believes he will have every
hance of retaining his title foi

the fifth year
Record
Mac also has hopes of lowering
the British record for the 22¢
yards, This year the White City
track has been alter “d so that the
Inal 1380 yards of the race is rur

ve straight course. This means
that only one bend and not two
OW confronts th runners and
his should certainly lead to fas\-
er times

At the moment Mace is trying
9 decide about a couple of invi-
lions he has had to visit New
Zealand and India. He has beer
isked to attend the Asiatic games

vhich will be held either in Bom-
Delhi November, and
the following months, he has

veen invited to the New Zealand
Centenary Games.

If accepts either
these invitations he will
| not start competitive running
ver here until later in the sum-
in view of the long season
1 will face him
it like all West Indians in
England Mac has another interest
Vhich promises to keep him fair-
'y busy during the next three or
four months. He is a keen cricket
an and will be watching the West
Indies matches whenever possible
What an asset he would be
voundary fielder.!

Table Tennis

Karla Leads

In Division 2

In the first round of the Inter-
Club matches played last week,
Barla was in the lead The resulis
were as follows

ne or

both of
probab-

B

as a

Y.M.C.A. I. 2, Carlton 1

Everton I. 2, Abbey Maries |

Shan kK 2, ¥.M.O.A. i, 1
“at 2, Everton I, 1





4“ 3, Broakiyn 0

Cathedral 3, Y.M.P.C. 0
\bbey Marines 3, Shamrock 0
Y.M.C.A. IL. 1, Waidrof 1
Brooklyn 3, Everton IT 0
Perla 3, Y._ M.P.C. 0

Y MG.A. 12, Cathedral 1

Repinvered US Parent Ofte

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ee cae se | nee

who represent:
ames 100 metres
yards
tle o:

Londoi
this week he looked in fine form
and he told me that he had rare-

talk got
around to the 194% Olympics anc
the
160 metres dash. “People thoughi

me

a

‘ days at Lancing to try anc]





|FOR THE LUVVAMIKE,
\GAN'T YOU MAKE THOSE
KIDS KEEP QUIET FoR
ONE MINUTE? THIS
IS BUSINESS!

a ee

saw Spartan
football fixture.

for Spartan who

|

while Ishmael and Tony Hayne:
sent in one each,
College's defence, which

to. end,

Sparta: scored twe gouls before
half time aad the other fowr after
resumption, Of these, Waleot
at centre forward
at inside sight scored two each

SPARTAN DRUB
COLLEGE 6-0

HIS Excellency the Governor and

among the spectators at Kensington Oval yesterday who
defeat Harrison C,

The school boys proved themse
played a very f

and Jenson ly seored

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Mrs. Savage were
lege 6—0 in a first division

‘ves definitely no mateh
conceding a corner. With

score at 2—0, half time was taken.
On resumption, Spartan prompt-

» Score to 3—0.

was

fair during thé early stages of the

game, was considerably weakenec
during the second halt.
the first half, the boys’

easily repelled

During
few
attacks on Spartan’s goal were!

The seeond half |College got in one.
found them always in their own/|

goal area, in a fight to stop the

pressing Spartan forwards.

The Gollege backs,

Spartan, faking the field wit

ten men, began the attack
College who were defending thc
North goal.

on

Play had not long started whea

Ishmael, Spartan’s inside

left

made the first attempt from close

up at scoring. He kicked weil
but into the safe hands of College's
custodian.

This was the beginning of things
as Spartan soon after got their

first success, made possible by a
fine forward movement.

Ishmael at inside left netted
his one. The bal] was first pass-
d by Waleott at centre forward
o Reece on the right wing who
mmediately centred
shmael, following up nicely, wa
in place to kick through the open
bars,

Some minutes after, Spartan
dvanced their lead, making the
score 2—0. This. indeed was an
easy chance at scoring for centre
forward Walcott.

From mid-field, the ball reached
College’s full back Williams who
failed to cleat. Walcott was on
him, took possession and scored
after beating the goalie.

College's forwards

made a
valiant try at scoring shortly after,
but Harris in goal anticipated

well and took the ball on his legs,

Chandler Congratulates
Government

@ from page 5
for building in this Island. How-
ever able an officer may be he
cannot estimate accurately with-
out detailed drawings and in the
case of large construction these
require time and qualified staff.
For the inaccuracy of the @sti-
mates for the school building
programme the administration
must share the blame. As a rider
I should add that in other build-
ings for which he has been
responsible, such as the Speights-
town Library and the Queen’s

College Science block not to
mention the Pine Housing
Scheme — the work has been

completed within the estimate.
But apart from other reasons,
the Government owes a debt of
Bratitude to the present holder
of the post for the very consid-
erable amount of work he has
done on the invention and devel-
opment of a new building
material, which may well save
the Government and the popula-
tion of this Island large sums of
money in years to come, Meg-
crete is at present only used for
houses in the Government houd-
ing scheme at the Pine, and li
all new building materials it wif)
probably take time to establish

itself with the public; but there Point

is every hope that it will prove
itself a most satisfactory ané

economic material for this type "either

of construction,
Token Vote
The only new item in the cap’
tal estimates is a token vote of
one dollar for the extension of

The Weather

TO-DAY

Sun Rises: 6.00 a.m.
Sun Sets: 6.11 p.m.
Moom (Full) Ajpril 2
Lighting: 6.30 p.m.





High Water: 12.20 a.m.
11.26 pm.
YESTERDAY

Rainfall; (Codrington) .04 in.

Total for Month to Yester-
day: 1.93 ins.

Temperature (Max.) 82.5° F

Temperature (Min.) 73.0° F,

Wind Direction: (9 a.m.) E,
G pm.) E

Wind Velocity: 15 miles per
hour.
Barometer (9 a.m.) 30.008;

(3 p.m.) 29.916.





___By Jimmy Hatlo |

i ea LOAD. OF THE BIG
| MAN AT HOME=:*OH, BROTHER !
WHAT A DIFFERE




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again !



however, |
did much to save a worst defeat. |



Tony Haynes, who during first
half was playing at centre half.
was now removed to left wing.
From this position, he netted the
third goal, having received a pass
right across the goal from John-
son at inside right.

Spartan scored again before
Inside-right.
Johnson, who throughout

whole match had displayed un-
tiring endurance and good fo m.
took this shot.

He scored trom close ran-e with

| of the goalie,

A clever bit of inter-passing be-
fore the goal mouth saw the ift’
goal go up. Johnson agai:
scored, having received a pass
from Cadogan. The scoreboard
then read 5—0.

At this stage
Scored rapidly.

the sixth from a melee in Col-|

lege’s goal area.
End of play found the score at
6—0 in Spartan’s favour.

| The teams were: —

|

College:— Smith, Ford, Squires,
Storey, Griffith, Simmons, Reid,
Williams, Talma, Morris, Med-
ford.

Spartan:— Harris, Gibbons, Med-
ford, C. Gittens, Haynes, Cadvo-

gan, Reece, Johnson, K. Walcott, |

Ishmael, Banfield,



Girls Battling For
Softball Championship

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)
BELIZE |

The Softball Girls’ teams are
battling for the 1950 Champion
ship Cup. The Texans, coache. |
by Caston Sebastian, a member ‘of
the Royal Bank of Canada stat
ure leading followed by the Rexai |
team. |

the General Hospital. The Goy-
ernment regards this as of such
urgency as to justify making an
exception to its decision not to
embark on new schemes. The
work will, of course, take time,
but it is desired to get ahead with
the preparation of plans without
delay,

The Estimates as submitted to



eer

ast game from beginning |

the

another goal, taking tiie

the | beycott decision

a low powerful shot to the rignt |

goals were being |
Walcott got i}

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the Other Place also contained
a vote to authorise to proceed
with the preparation of plans for
a new General Post Office, with
office accommodation for other
Government departments above
it. A vote was included in the
1949—50 Estimates for the prep-
aration of plans for Government
offices, and on the authority of
this vote, and because the Gov-
ernment regards this scheme
as one of urgency, it iny
Lewis, a qualified
prepare preliminary plans from
Which he could Bive a rough
estimate of the cost. Mr. Lewis
has intimated his willingness to
undertake the work at the mini-
mum fee that a qualified archi-
tect is allowed to charge
be wondered why
decided to employ
architect for the work This
was, of course, fully
considered, but the Government
Architect pointed out that he had
the time except by}
sacrificing other work nor the
qualified staff necessary; and
moreover, as he is leaving very
shortly, he would not in any case
be here to Supervise the work
However, as the proposal has not
been approved by the Othe
Place I will not Speak on it
further.
Most of the other items in the
‘apital Estimates are revotes for
schemes which were authorised

alse
ited Mr
architect, t¢

It may
Government |
an outside |

last year, but which for one
reason or another have not been

completed, The principal excep-
tion is housing. It is felt that
the housing programme cannot
be allowed to come completely
to a_ standstill, though the rate
of progress will have to be
‘ppreciably reduced Similarly
the road programme has been
cut very nearly in half

In conclusion | would say that
the Government is fully alive +
the importance of Strengthening |
the foundations of its develop-
nent structure before adding to
it further. This w
task during the



ill be its main
ensulng year

eee

BARBADOS AMATEUR BOXING
ASSOCTATION

Announce their

FINAL ELIMINATIONS

N HIGH SCHOOL STADIUM
Amateur Championships

AT THE MODER
For West Indian

on Monday April 3rd at 8.30 p.m.
At SANTA MARIA HOTEL, GRENADA

Selected boxers leave by

See our local Cha
bados against
West Indies &

mMpions defend
contestants from
British Guiana

Watch the dark horses who have nothing to lose and will be
in there swinging to displace those provisionally selected

CHAMPIONS
1. Victor Love)
2. Sam Kin
3. ley Bowen

Six Rounds each. There will
round bouts.
Reserve the date

PRICES: Ringside $1.00

plane on Friday, 7th April

Livingston Bishop
“Sugar Ray” Goddard

CONTENDERS
Raglan Gittens

also be three supporting three-

MODERN HIGH SCHOO!
Bar, Music Refreshments.

Ringcirele 60«

| bonds and government

| These figures are contained in the |

ted by Donald Gordon, C.M.G.,, |
| President, and tabled in the House |
of Commons to-day by he}

Jordan Boycotts

| Arab Talks

In Cairo
CAIRO, March 27.

the Arab League Council here
Premiers from Arab State:

| Arabia, Syria, Lebanon and Yemen—<
Council meeting, which began on Saturday
seventh member of the Arab League.

The agenda was reported to in-

| clude the Palestine Question, pro-
posals for the internationalisation 2)

Egypt, I aud

3]

are a tending

Palestine Tordan

Egypt's proposal

t
to

Lebanese economic relations roepgaavte

to the Council meeting.
Council, meeting

The Jordan Minister to Egypt |
Bahaeddin Bey, who disclosed the |
to the
was understood to have given the | invite
following reasons: F
r a) The violent anti-Jordan
} campaign in the Egyptian
Press over reports tlgt Jor-
dan and Israel were nego-
tiating a secret agreement

The

the “A}!-Palestiné”
| ernment to send representatives.
| The Arab League

delegations,
Jordan's boycott.

accuse King
designs.”

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Minister of Transport
Freight traffic in 1949 contrib-

’ 55,172,073 in revenue, a}
ad $1,374,697 cx rn 60” wide—S$5.24 a yard
wit . evious year ois , 5 ‘ te
Soa iolliets the effect oO in Grey, Fawn, Beige,
trade restrictions resulting from Brown, ete
dollar shortage Export iT
Canada decreased by 34,362 ton sndiceil
and imports to Canada by 42,6% ! ] 1 ;
tons,” states the report (KN i\ '
Operating expense iltl hs
mainly controlled by the number } § Bese wnameiiines wsbuae
of voyages rather than he

tonnage of the cargoes, reflected
decrease of $738,006

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I' M.I I II.II I H\RB\|>< y>\i>( \n li I SDA1 BARBADOS^ ADVOCATE %  Surrey Slid W,ih While? —T-M >iroad at. nruu^ 13 March 18, IMC I aiiacliaii Ships in this luction in CanadaIndies trade continues much bound I" result in the withdrawal from, or diminution of the Canadian National Steamships on the West Indies route. The published figures <>f the Line in the it for 1949 tend to reinforce this fear. The report shows that the operatinR the line for the year amounted to $ti..">95.007 a decrease of SU69.712 from Ihe pn '. %  < 1 Ml Mi showed a decrease of $631,706 although mainly controlled by the number of voyages rathei than by the tonnage of CSJ The operating protit for the year was 1 • $644,105 in 1948. ThrJ 1 nm 0i"$631,706; and according to the report, "after payment of interest on bondfl and government advances there was a deficit of $460,497. which is psvabh h\ irnt". rn hi triflk In 1949 brought $5,172,073 111 revenue and this was $1,374,697 less than in 1948. And the report adds significantly "This decrease reflects the effect of trade restrictions as compared to 1948, resulting from dollar shortages. Exports from Canada decreased by 34.362 tons or 2391 ind imports to Canada by 42.693 lom 01 U It is a tribute to Canadian National Steamships and their interest in thi fadiei thai deiplte this advert) and the continued restrictions' they ual fleet of ten vessels. Figures published recently showed thai Canada-West Indies trade during 1949 was 0,000 and was eft I fl Ch $100,000,000. It is a which has been fostered by Canada %  I .1 thi present • ,ns will Boon allow it. lloiiM'rraft** THE i 1 that needed V • 1 1 me •' %  ntiiliu %  Open Day held afternoon, 1 1 %  .1. those who felt -: nd could ifford the in make it worthrial U n why this irred Thej ite the scope which wen • %  i the wider tields it > Colonial . 1 oiiation ; which the community will B 1 Kinds foi threi 1 Aiti 1 tht 1 lados Govei runent ; expired it HI thai the Housecraft Centre women ami houaewivei who were fully prepared a opportunity bad been hit in the mothei ot the house who gave 1 %  %  1.. laughters a the meana ol the home would silo* %  rly and elementary trainil 1 c* /en to the girls of our The you I 1 now U u 0 which vwll be of practical %  fffftann in the home, and others can further equip them i work in the ( at. 1 Ol II 111 AlltllN v\I, The ItiYlitsl Man In The Cemetery %  %  %  %  obituary % %  IU.II> I %  lU) knew lif his own mvi He dug so fust thai he fell into it at 47, instr.nl of living another 30 years. He killed himself just as dozens of line men do every i they go hog-wild after that house %  . %  %  cut diamond that mr. Why %  — had digestive B3 had nervous aim menial disorders. 23 were psychoneurotic 32 had eye or other diseases 20 had skin diseases and 28 had diseases of the bones three categories. On of 142—had clean bills of health, Heart llis. is. A Study by Dr. H L. Smith Mr. B has not matured to the •dynamo type-." IMrtet. ^' n ,„,' "?,,"" '?£• "' """• " and or.an, of movement tU hor*.n? work u,,l. ,„II M 'y "Pilled over laic I elllwiH I production "' %  ?? or "'" !ulm %  n infants dream; To amass more toys than any kid m the i-oKhoourhood. :i Mr. C must "prove he is i failure." He throws himreported "in "1M7, shower 110 work with pirn comheart (coronary. dlMIMI l*U of failure t wlc , s common amonj whiphrii across hia back m and | jW y ers _who w -Often SUCh men s fathers wer, „ ng down _„, an „ ft ' oJn^S foTpn, 4. Mr. D is what Dr. BarteH we get tired mowing thi without changing the oil he proud meier calls the "anxiety-naden we sit down and rest. 'Pidiiy %  man." He lives with a vague But the mind doesn't seem to What makes the dynamo whirr? dread constantly inside him. The have any cut-off. Not brains, energy ambition, and only way he can quell it is by What to do' Perhaps we should ,.11-cnsuming work concentrate less on making %  livWork is his medicine. But it is ing. Perhaps we should conccnnot true medicine, which cures, (rate more on making a life, dope medicine. which Maybe what we really n* moothea down the sympdo is grow up. toms. The hard-driving monev: Mr D. stop working—let grubber is psychologically like try to relax—and he finds the bobby-soxer, who muff he can't live with himself. personal prestige by 11 lie finally works himself to a dance programmes and autotoui examfrsuzle and then he doesn't have graphs, f new %  a found in to bother living at all uronn I i* I Mr. A tl .: %  into % %  %  t work with lUvtth devotion. He WSJi A t 1U€? What is maturity'' "The growndrtl tiis r~ nn A ., . ti u ** man has his : I .lung him** 2£j !" C f •?* " W y security within him say. 5 With work" •*' (, ^" 1 hurt anybody. It Dr B artemea-r. He dotsnt have .-1 he has ,nv right mfl y ca u ^f WW but it doesn't t0 make £ 0000 a !• H must constantly ca se *'" need the biggest car. 11 .,,,„ A man with a healthy attitude rrillly |o loVl f|JS w|fo in ch ,_ work stops automatically drcn He has faitn ln hl in When he has had enough, he n v Citn .. 1V H( c r •-rtdlhs: he '• He plays. mix p i av Jf^ work k to work. "le dynamo doesn't know how |S nothing eating htm un b I Mi iv iwrrled to nil l -> Py.. Even when he goes work li nil love, 'hrough the motions of playing Hla wife frequenl pUynag; he is simply -• cf your work than %  witching all the tensions and to another truth ii: call them, are usual'potonl 1 u """ nl '"T s Uyb „ He hopes his work will fulfil left in them when they kv two trvei Unfortunately the human dynamo has become a popular. what i that he orl^ 18 hours a da> ind hasn't h-id %  nolldsy for si\ teadol betng wl %  %  boost about abUH of the hum..n rnochaniam? Should UM I about. In healthy balance such keep a man at a steady %  production. %  .huh burnt them oul it neurotic drive. I'uiii%lim-iif Dr. Leo H %  Such a man is not j monr nchest man on earth might hav its advantages. ]j,it being tht man :i |hs ,. Mietery— DOl success— LEK. l*olilirl \sfroii: IIS \V. J. IfroMii The §eretse Affair May Id ins; So iiilisls IIOM II N OBODY %  iv iu. A the %  %  n ivlal incident Ol .i I .. .,. .. : 1 individual man u ml i ipprovfl o( I %  %  %  fOUng men. | like BtrU, these ii,ai : and the Qovarnmonl to punish them, I .ii. i thought it would % %  If fix Mm, and it .1 .1 hUUJ it, and (luihci i, neured fa ; wlthoul eontultlng own position In the u ihe da ided neverthi %  .... i 11 Rutn hi %  tae'i uncle departed in high dudgeon That. 1 though'. i M eonff meetUtg Mad it found this %  I we should di t It. TWO ISS.UA N EVEHTHILESa the O W % %  Becetae %  be bSflUahad !' %  :,.(.m.ilantl fui ttae, says the High will be allowed to if. but will nut be allow -.i 10 bYe In the tribal ivseivc 01 to hold meetings. The i placed on Seretse's return Barei his legal thai when %  aked tu ci London he sought, and oh: xpliclt assurarH H thai would lxno dlfBeulttaa placed in the way of his return as to his own country and that these assurances were given Actually he was forbidden to N is only m the last day w two. since the has broken in the newspapers, th.it ha permission to return foi tune Now. during my lifetime there M m the menta, Bui it n %  natsar. VaSnr w ii.u Laf ment Under what law bal ii.meiit the ils-.t to s British husbands .n England P entand the conn Hut 0 de c idi n g to banish e man and hi. wife from their own country ror than having married each other, the British <",,.. eminent runs th. R second. And 10 do this nn ti... blch neither the m in nor the B | Commons ..... ing. No oppression from .. n •• is the prornlai %  the Colonial paopl conception of party loyalty ihould lead any Socialist Member of Parliament to condo breach of hla own pa (World Copy tight Reserved) The Wifksteed Diamond A i oiiv'ii ime. IMII SIII' la> • woman III-I* near il preincllv Hy It. i II. iill \\irk.iil SIIINYANGA, Tanganyika. I VF ( bnlt that fron ,Kinl of view it :s not in the bum as the Hope Diamond, the Cullinan, or the Koh-i-noor. pea and uncut state is worth no more than a :o. .1 diamond, even if it's a rough one, roman will wear it in a ring on her linger and he mighty proud A it. So in case it should be you, or someone you know i Diamond I will tell you its history. It was found at 10.45 am on March Hi. 1950, by Bernard Wickstecd. of Hampstead (described li a k>UTBSlistj He puked It out from a small pile of gravel that had been given him to look through during a professional visit to Dr. Willlam%  aood mine .it Slunyanga. Having found it Wick steed was tempted to put it in his pocket and say nothing about it But first of all he glanced round to sec ..' I te guards had noticed his discovery and seenn, the nad, he hastily dropped it n. i cigarette) tin provided for the purpose. If Wickstced had been a professional native picker-up of diamonds he would have been paid a bonus of one penny for his And, but. being only a visiting newspaperman, he got nothing except a piercing look from the security police. EXPLOSIONS S OMK ERAS ago. about th same tune that the White Cliffs of Dover were being formed in England, there were several monstrous explosions gfl to 100 miles below the ground In Africa. of molten blue rock were forced to the %  i much the same way as lava comes uu in a volcano Unlike onUnar) Ian tins blue rock was ainonds. %  Diilta knows whether the diamonds were j formed by the pressure and heat of the explosion or by the way it cooled. Some geologists even monds were deep down in the crust of the earth already and all the explosion did was to pipe them to the surface for people like Wickered to find. Inferior diamond pipes were found in South Africa and elsewhere, but the daddy of them all lay undiscovered beneath the grass and baobab i Tanganyika until 1940. Neither the pipe nor the Wickstced Diamond that enriched it might have ever been found if it hadn't been for a Canadian geology lecturer from MacGill. His name was Dr. John Thoburn ttlUUlDson, B A M.Sc. Ph.D., and just when he was getting along line at tl % %  .ind looked lib ne day, be chucked up his academic ind went looking for diamonds in Africa. HARD Ht.utft T HEHE are lots of stories about how he found I diamond mine in the world. One is that his dog dug up the first diamond under a, hat he felt %  omethlni hurting in his shoe and when lie took it oil what should infind but a diamond The truth is that he discovered the diamond pipe by hard work and good geology. He didn't just \ stumble on it urtenr camping yean iti the bush, sifting the gravel by hand. tar had enough money. People thought lie \ was mad. But still he worked on with the crudest equipment and a few faithful African "boys." After I cad dimensions of the Pipe he slaked his claim and came into town with bag of diamonds. They were worth OOi) a few hundred pounds and when be tried to raise money for better equipim-nt the bank inanageri merely laughed at him. So back to the bush he went, and next time he came to town he had £30,000 worth of diamonds in | barley-sugar bottle. That made the banks heir tune, but now it i on't UlTQ to laugh. He laid the) could keep their money, and he ald the same thing to iamood people in South Africa who offered him £2.000,000 bis claim. aan old, unmarried, unwith a Ronald Colman moustache, and the sole rights • IHIO worth of stones in I94T In 1950. JOLLY FartS MINI S i other, but ond mine, and •' %  % %  ...' h i had it myaelf. 1 •' all tm 'or them with I'd build the /inest hospital In Tanganyika, and li e mine didnt %  I'd bash down the gates with ind they all bathe little ex-don who cocked his in the world. You walk over diamonds, drlvi %  % %  on the mine is ou never know. You mustn't imagine from this that vou i nd .'illing up your pockets, %  %  i isy. You ISnat. Hut each diamond—about one ton of gravel—has to inspotted and puked out by hand as the Wickstecd Diamond I J-. i: i JEHKl.s E ACH DAY 1.500 tons of | sifted, ano %  tin of diamonds, numbering about l 5im weighing l!> 3 l(In £4,000. all taken up to 1 ... %  K H Wi< lutaed'i u-neflt he k in his Tht n he went oul to u U h .. drink, and Wick%  teed we ., room ".nh a pile ol tba1 iii.ooo They spilled over the edges of the blotting pad, rolled under the ink itand, in 1 rattled among the papers -diamonds, diamonds, What would you do. chum"L U Idvocal time to time thi attent] little to me laing minor indu-stt > I %  %  %  %  for oihers It .1 fcr I -<*.' IIII|MH iiho.i of Suifalil S ill. IN IK .Minor linlnsli > %  I to build %  contribute 1 % %  important than fertihtv 1 as build... 1. to the barwfll of Barbe the foreban 1 first %  work, including the 1 kinds, it %  : : hados. %  sBBBBBnaSad ; % %  • ihould also be reform la aaaenllal The I my stands to bene g degree, from all. w wlntM and long and %  hofl I nmy h*" biassed, being a eel uggest that, all thin, > to I nluable to the pace on ..nd not just u iheir share of all taxes, including InBsethlng of an obsta[ght be : 1 using Bu;'. la Uarhadoa \-t Prims Dil\$ well, where men are dimcull to undl rgo with these few 1 work 01 this kind as foreign labour shoui I produce extra wages. Imagine. rahiatlon of labour could net even afford a single person to bve (taoanUj or make a livelihood. Those an • uld exist easier, because the high cost of living tremendously doubles the dead wages received hat seems to I Of the Govei xners are coming here in search of work on I • inpio>ment has over irretched impli 1 %  to draw the ment's attention to tl. iuate pn. 1 and what labouring through the sun on a %  %  to use thi .j.tant eeaae%  Barbados future to kelp A SUFFKEtR Paper . Blemiih To the gdiror. The Ad snt. Oeorge Hunts last M liarbahave shown that the in reports on federation. The Committee has recommended a senate of nomli bers. perpetu uno 0 id stor>' as oui though be a masterpiece as a report — with this bli i:n the if not %  vion— so why this DJU snJI oju hUUan Bored SIH eS* *|C*h l he g&a.! 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