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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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Bridgetown, Barbados
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Apr. 22, 1983-
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Friday

TRUMAN “FED UP WITH ATTACKS”

a | Calls Republican
Senator Kremlin’s
Greatest Asset

KEY WEST, Florida, March 30.
PRESIDENT TRUMAN to-day accused some |
Republican members of the Senate of aiding |

Price;

FIVE CENTS

Year 55.









———— i oe —o - —,

Driver Acquitted | THEY LEAVE TODAY
Of Manslaughter |

Guilty Of Dangerous Driving

((HARLES LASHLEY, 31-year-old chauffeur of Christ
Church was yesterday acquitted of manslaughter, but
found guilty of dangerous driving under the Motor Vehicles
and Road Traffic Act, as the case occupied the attention of
the Court of Grand Sessions for the second day. .
——____—__— *: Lashley was bour
Own recognizances

Grenada Leg. Co. jpeace for 12 months “ah ‘ hi.

, icence
will be endorsed,

Celebrates 25th His Honour the Chief Justice,

Sir Allan Collymore, presi

Anniversary vver the Court. The case for

~rown was conducted by Mr



the Kremlin by attempting to sabotage United
States Foreign Policy.

He described Senator Joseph McCarthy, who has
made allegations of Communist infiltration in tho
State Department, of being the greatest asset the
Kremlin had.

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7 hee ee Mr. Truman said that he was fed up with attacks
vyocate Correspondent) “&., Solicitor Gene ,
arte RENADA, March 30. ind Lashley was defended . on the State Department by Senators McCarthy,
The Grenada Legislature to-|J. E. T. Brancker. | Styles, Bridges, and Kenneth Wherry.
celebraied its 2oth anniver- I have little doubt

‘ ; The President specially gave 1 Ss permission to
say with a special sitting of the will remember this for | : : an: Dee



legislative Council at which His] day,” The Chief Justice 1 E quote him when he declared: “The greatest asset that the
Bxcellency Brig. R. D. H. Arun-| ley before he pound ver Kremlin has is the partisan attempt the Senate to sab-
dell in an opening address touch-|“The Jury are satisfied .



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otage the bi-partisan Foreign Policy of the United St
ed on several aspects of the con-| were guilty of
Sttution of the colony.

He lauded the Hon. T. A,
Marryshow who was the only
slected member for the period and
yeloomed the Hon, Garnet Gor- pailiigass ' : n : : : N : .
don of St. Lucia, who arrived on oy your licence for endorse- | im we : SRN ; =. ;

Piding up his lengthy address, The case which began Wednes- |
he said: “I hope the Council’s ad- day was the sequel to a collision |

2rave
judgment on that part
ng. There is nott
and I shall not
you must sign a



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Nev Confere r ut h Vac

“Create Right of attack: 1 the yan it nly

r | Mr. Dean Acheson, Ambas-

| 7 sador Philip Jessup and Mr. Owen
| r \V Lattimore, particularly by Senator
} ‘I V pe Of A. :

McCarthy. He began his criticism



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when a eporter wked if he
ministration will always continue} !™ which Augusta Bourne, a sea-| e i r \ + » a9 thought enat MeCart is
est of its ability in| egg hawker lost her life. It oc-| -o / . . ih ie Tone’,
OE eee ee ented ok Magwel Ren due, And the Whole Island of Barbados Will Wish Them A Successful Tour I eeling rae @ State
Bia ate eeonslblegy| crutch, on September 29 last yea . SAYS PRINCESS ALICE | ‘ious! Me
2 A Resolution to s Majesty] between the lorry drive , ° Ye t t Lot
SP va d by the Hon. Jol ashley and a bus : ~ w ea : rane a
Sat hs emai wee M. Blum Dies Je W.L Team Will Give, Attlee Wil] | son ssa conmnnin
omded by the Hon. Arnold WTl-| hantedietaaede tested ite : AN { G d 4 t It i | ONTO; aA See ; H e sai
oe sei is dia | ood Account of Itsetf | : Fe cree Tei eee | ( the’ work
yinezion, 7. A. uarrystow de-| Keonomie Aid To Suddenly At Not Resign {..°%2., ac egmety, 2] te aeree, all aa :
ahearty applause and was styled

























































a SAYS MR. J. M. KIDNEY University College of the West |
ty Hon, John Fleming as thq ackward Areas Country Home Labour Defeated Again : Oe ia Appointments
"Father of Federation, and Prince re ia c oe : ; proper foundations,
of West Indian Journalists.” | Will Help The U.S. PARIS OHN GODDARD, West Indies captain of the 1950 LONDON, March 30 Princess Asice told a large gath Presi rus oda s
—(By Cable) a, mens ur England this summer, Clyde Walcott, Everton} The British Labour Govern- ee 8 of stuclents at the Napari close ppointing the
7 . niin ist in t “ ae i. sos ‘ 4 irls y 1 l , pe P \
| WASHINGTON. March 30 i C. “Boogles” Williams, and Roy Marshall embark | ment ‘ efeated on vote oe Hig! Rehoal, San vernen ic | Se etal v
Secretar St ) ow - : Do : : }the Hous Lords this after-}â„¢ mort when he visited} st 5 airman of
Sl Cl r ecretary of State, D he- } Golftite his mornir for England t ri i after - :
2 SO 1 + te he ins ey oe * +. noc a the ¢ o! of the institution in the course of her} t} Nati S€ irity Resourc
um earance ton i we Bebe vo . i h ee ™ On board already will be Robert ts Pa ’ ‘ om 24 5 yen tefeat outhe 1 Y« } ny et , Pre nt isc
i | iS Committee to-day Nat any} . . . se . ab rg ES arllam 24 ours * oa a 7 ——. « : : - .
! p (Barbados Advocate Correspondent) | cut in the $54,000.000 anted |? aera . aristigni, British Guiana’s lone | This econd defeat ha no | Uunk aid, “that it t aming eB
TRINIDAD, March 30. | President Truma | ph | selectee, Jeffrey Stollmeyer, Gerry | significance as the House of Lords,|t@ @2Y particular country } irector, Frank Pace,
Acute housing shortage in Trini-| Programme (developn A distinguishe | ‘1D ren seat : one none, Kenny | which has a majority of Conserva- | it ited there ite 3eC he
tad hit a dramatic climax this] backward areas) “woul ve | nalist S| OR I S Trestrell, rior Jonee and Lan; {tive members ban to Dawes’ t,|meet students from all U ‘ Gordon Gray
morming when the Government} unfortunate results on efforts to| Was Franc t mn | Oke oe aes contingent | throw out the Government of the West Indies and it G esignarer
demoli dasstian asd sult d : : who joined the ship at Trinidad ie isd \ stile : oo ; y long
lished 18 shacks, erected on| check Communism A Socialist Prime NT WY T Alf Valentin ian cette The division figures were 29] Yeu, th t students, to create} serve e hecome esident
Shanty Town—improvised settle-| 1; “It would. undoubtedi at rudite Paris W IN DOW Tantatds Sin left’ ar : ‘i Thaookae votes to 14 on an amendment to| the right type of West Indian feel-|of the University North Caro-
vould, UndouDbtedty, c : pee sees Jamaics w left arm spin bowle cDL I . 4 : A
ment, bordering the sea on the interpreted by the peoples of the| times Prime li and thirty-nine veat a Hines |2 + ill | t the functions of | 358 The islands of the West Indic FT lina, pecial ssistant to tne
astern outskirts of Port-of-Spain. free countries of Asi the Midd only ter vote t FOOTBALL Fokus the faceetanin nacs bov 1 midwive are small, she said, but they are' President to Government Agencies
ip The majority of dwellers in this] Bast and other under-developed| Government foi ao : er, also members of the 1950 W.1 It is the Government’s _ first very much jarger than you realise, Jin an effor reduce the disparity
mney village were originally ten-) ares lack. of gee venier” 1947 ; aarti e tek ites fedin, sailed’ for England on | UeTeat érYhe new Parliament infand “we mast fiot let it remain a/between exports and imports
J Sim slums, who were forced | Deena which the d bee Bren ch ‘ a Division fixture " Thursday Lords big centre space or big area, but J. Lawe now a apeent, id
i ings 1 ; eed pr Every T ment ’ . y must make it some g r- | succeeding ; idget Direc-
give up their holdings under; putting great hopes,” he said. !eq him as th ¢ Third Division fixtures | The a wanes noved = bygou muss ry ‘ r nething area en “pe ; Sint oe 7. ep
4 ¢ Slum Clearance Scheme. Today | Mr, Acheson aid. ¢ i¢| poor So follows Alan Rae, the Jamaican left-}|Lord Webb-Johnson, Conserva-} tant, so ang | SRA, ae *Dg POF, Ane TT eee ts 7 hye .
prnéo a strong Police squad accom-| development of. th el” +1 sae TA ESP hand opening batsman and|tive Peer and famou urgeon,} With traditions of Great Britain] fr¢ m Special Assistant vo Assist-
ak Pp Up I ‘ « Hewrmrs : ‘ a4 . fe t er ] t Dire Reuter
i ‘panied the housing authorities to oped aredés would bring prac cal | jy "'p: ; Q3¢ ey ee Perea ee Frankie Worrell, world famed|seught to ensure that midwives | hich we co feel, are the vr ry val- | Direc teuter,
yeatry out the Governmental edict.| benefits to the United 1 |. nay ihe Eph - ; Barbados all rounder, will join the | should have the exclusive right|uable principles of truth, justice * ey
‘Shanty Town took on a melancholy ; Tt ¥ are . | wae & MI. P v y C.A tearn in Engand, to wear a national badge while ; and honour I'he school has been ’ . ‘
; } as ) ; . . .
appearance, Tati ; , _7_|erate mea Beckles Road the employ of a local authority, | given a day holiday in honour Greek Govt. Seeks
Amid vociferous protests, tears | a i 4 th F , =e"! Durit 1 ‘ tre Der t Bla In a farewell interview with the ; prime Minister Attlee told P: } of the visit the Princess and her
* . m oe as € na tne far4r whet 5 - ‘i ” er Ht ie 3 . eattine tai hi y . . ‘ ct 14 ke : a y
children and mothers, the shacks | ;, o thirds of ic ‘ -|at Vichy : | Advocate esterday, Mr. John |liament. thi Hteyngon that the) husband Harl of Athlone V ote of Confidence
Were broken down.—By Cable. ive at f then ; | th e Germa S Goddard said that he realised that |; abour Government would con- | 50th Anniversary , 4
4 Tr f *} s Ta ve - 1d di * ’ his having been chosen to lead sue IN Ol espite its defeat in} The sct speech Day coin wl i} i h 31
) lube Vv y iii SCa St | Jac > > wac 3 . . “7 Ait rN, Vaal vi
D ‘ i |‘ ger, poverty I | Jouy-en-Josas | : ; the West Indies team was indeed | ihe House of Commons last night ead with alee At cal “ einai i i.
] s SC } t } t tr : : . Soph i elos old ve
| 7 an ; | Bay Rw ne vene: S a great honour and entailed a tre- ‘As oo sin) th vern- 3 nN . | ‘
Nine Suffocate In | going t 1 € ese | OU ea fa mendous responsibility. He said As condition whe he eaten ote an rsar or NaparimMe) Greek Parliament today that. hi
¢ | i x 7 a r rope to carry on At College tl t Ze) 4 ‘ entries sade wit
. , people satisfy tt ( ae-} Shoe! PRIENDLY FOOTBALI that he would do everything in a P Tos: Kiem Sant etal <0 onege, ae son newly formed Liberal minority ;
; PI l d |] ] i ire t TO He | ’ ASSOCIATION ' { t that id | Said, referring to the fact that the! principal V. B, Walls. A two] Governme enjoying the
) lilade p 11a a to 1 ( He h ietl) ? his power to justify that confid- | Goreat, (by 268 votes to 257), was! the ar hapa ine aseenee. tes aoe-
thernselves whi ghte n retirement. TO-DAY'S FIXTURE ence F . i dural matte ae : . ence ¢ lid f
PHILADELPHIA, March 30, | their burden of pov M.. Blum was in ¢¢ ealth ; pe MS octmments defest was on| indian Centenary Committee was) the Cha Deputies and \
oF ‘ : ‘ ' ‘ ‘ : vs Wave port i , . . 7 } the imme te response oi at a fe ote ‘7 fidenc ‘
Reed — patients were suffo- | yesterday ana Als as = I rds Highest Traditions an official motion to close a stormy | apnea) 'b Mr. W ills for $50,000 | tt th 1 ay wt é
and $ thor . sin : ‘ complete shock to | fric = ; s ; : u ta vb ppet y § for $50,000} e made the declaration wher
overcome | > < ty eae oe i DIES IN TRINIDAD os it ty ke ai q a. He Hoped that with good weath- | > ware } ~~ ee a , {t@ help expand the college I the new rreek Parliament had
9y smoke in a fire at} Bi EL 1 a Socialist part NN B TENNIS er conditions they would have aj} Churchil 3¢ md Opposition | oon mitte nsiste I ly of} fter t
the Belle-Vist; lita al 7 mit ient SAVA AH OLA N? l is. they é re . . ommittee consisted main its formal meeting after the
Springs a Sanatorium at} eae pea . Ceeegaamniaan er ee ‘ TOURNAMENT successful tour. Whatever might! Cheers to ask Attlee smilingly |). O14 p { the College ee sae eo
tingfield, near here, last night.| ‘Ssrbades Advocate Corresp he sterday’s results be-the ultimate results of the Test |if he had tatement to make | —(By Cable) ! : —Reuter
ores of firemen were also} 2ORT-OF-SPAIN. March 30. jhis pi i MIXED DOUBLES tches he would give the assur- | upc tk rrence of last]
MP over, -e PORT-OF-SPAIN, I! a &
—" by smoke Vir. O [ U : -in-lav war } ald to- \ cnagan % G H anee that they would endeavour | nigh ‘ : oe ss e
vurses 1 ed ost of the 90|o¢ 4 former President of Brazi lu ibl ; Lee }to play the ame in keeping with A ttle: acked by loud Go ——— = =
Patients through dense smoke to Colonial Hospital, Port- | illness 1 had caust ‘the highest traditions and prove | ernment etorted: “Tt is| ‘
' Safety hi i le | rement fron t TODAY'S FIXTURES that the West Indies were worthy | quite obvi that in the condi-|
Firemen cut their througy Trinidad d the| elieve lave a LADIES’ SINGLES FINAL of having been granted Test match | tions obti ng in the present
Wire-netted = windo ol the} “Argentina” with | ife { Vhe the Nation ). Wood vs Mrs. A, A status of five days’ duratior House of Commons there alway
mental wards, but me of the! pi ad " 1 their ay to Brazil ae é 1 cern DOUBLE rhe team comprise fin€} is a possibility of the Government}
; i on their way ! emb -day oo fought them off when| after a vacation in the United] packed bt le un ir. & Mrs. FP. D. Barne @ on page 8 being defeated on a particular)
weather straps, restraining aes







pees, were released
q oe to rush
eS,

ee â„¢ 1 ot ie rour MEN'S SINGLES (Labour' esent majority ir
ind at=| ques, who was ering fom ent only 15 backbenche C. @ Mamming vs H,. | Labo ;



SOWErD the stomach haem« usne In a voice tremblir wit f ‘oppin
to the hospital Speaker Edou ti

» full He is three over .

ee Philippine Chief | sce) Reuter,

discovered by His body was » Brazil} 104,
four male patients viewing



their | States. On medical ivice, Mar-| py. with over 180 embe i Lee & A. M. Wilso: } division

a tele-| this afternoon for | His wife} Sale. im's deat rr ° . . . . » | |
65 Vision programme. —Reuter | accompanied it By , a — os Wranc ‘ } Missouri Captain Has Strok« W ill Reverse
yublic, for KINg MANILA, March 30. |
J h . for international c¢ A ; re Pleads Guilt President Elpido Quirino of she i
Germany Asked To CG 4 n va § 5 : a eV y ate ocean - sare lreland Clause !





prisol ar

yy * an } YORFOLK, Virginia, March 30. reliable sources here eur T
il Of Europe ty dear OnrOLy ch 30; | veliable sources here. )
“une > ; atic | ta iam D. Brown, who] Manila evening ewspap }
u Bs ‘ : ‘ | ‘ id of the battle-|;eported that his personal phy nD 1c 0 e °
cy . TTR( [ ) eed | shi Missouri’ (54,000 tons) |sician, Dr. Sison, and other doc: | ASHIN”: TON . ,
Th STRASBOU Re eee a Pld 3 re | ¢ ground in Chesa-jtors were rushed to Baguic ’
€ Committee of Ministers of the Council of Eu oda} hose who Ww

. Ba t January. pleaded |where he has been convalese 2 on ro
} r} —Reuter . -. sate naa ate has i i Lig! den move |
Gecided to invite W estern Germany and the Sa _ | re today to charges of|since a serious kidney opera

iinistré n leaders, shocked |



. ; block Mars} A i Britai
associ . j eglect f dut n the United State 4 ti nis
Sclate members of the Council of Europe. — or . wan vat hang, Irelar

The invitations are being dratt- PROLONG MELBOURNE | ae ann coed es

He ace ourt Martial con The doctors iater announced; Were confide to-day that the
Admirals and three/that the President 1eeded a| decision wou be reversed within
complete rest away from state} 48 hours,

: ed to-night and will be
Prote tM. | tomorrow to Germany throug! STRIKE
S SUPGEPD | the three High Commissioner IELBOURNE, M ad
jand the Saar throug! tk I . ‘

|
}

osed of
Captains
Comnx



en

papers and callers” according to The House of Representatives
ul John Millett, form-j) ihe reports tentatively ted by 99 to 66 to)
e yperatior officer i the Last week he was too ill to} halt Britain’s share of the 3,375
“Missouri,” and Lieutenant] make the 165 mile journey fr« million Fore Aid Bill (3688
im the conc! f to-days|) an overwhelming Colonel Frank Morris, her form-| jsguio, in northern ee to} million) until she ended control rs
a MARA, March 30. session ¢ached| continue th ure oo Gar i< Commander e also b@ing#| Manila during a visit by Percy! over Northern Ireland. |
manag tundted angry Italian There ar a dogo il Nat pld tram and bus strike | vurt martialed etd Poe ee ee. _Demograt representative John|
F Commission ne United Nations|to the invia a f th nn nae , ‘ *| Fogarty had earlier alleged that|
: “| part of the money was being used | a
to maintain partition of Ireland. an Save on p ane are. om
| Seme Congressmen n both ie
|



Headquarters hers| acceptance of the statu :
al of two compatri- | Council and wilinen —_———



y Brit These three will be
the wi ~ £ritreans to de n®& and
ithdrawal of British force

itrea, a

Reuter ;

sides of the House who had vote

for the amendment privately ad-

mitted that it was likely the de-j fo i we

cision would be reversed later PRANS CANADA AIR LINES offers the further
—Reuter

Principals in the “



trators went fron London Sugar Talks
Cemetery to + y tr c
Where +..." 0 the head rt

© they famoured for an

pimciate hearing for their dele

Deveze Fails To

r Cal . t which are likely to
‘orm Cabine

attraction of a Flight Service from Barbadus.



be held in April.

’ 9, oye | ’ 7 : é a {
Derma wns Quak Norwesiai Webb 8 Blackmail ) 7.C.A, RATES are cheaper than any other Air Line











ent Chairman of .
issioy, . airman of the Com- “ : ed * i he
+ BYanted 1, “ operating from the Caribbean to Canada, the U.K
PRB Blerview ange (ie delexati Speech Cabled
eck on tha Rein , ' Europe. Also Special Student Fares.
tion, °°" “he Bri inistra LONDON, March 30. | are He Shee
Britain has supplied Argentine | - ee
. Dr, Dimiglio. oc; ‘ With the full text of Food Minis-| ,
TOMO Recretert sin h ter Maurice Webb's, ‘blackmail” For Full information se {
88, Drotested .. ave Commit- speech an the Argentine meat! ;
Ming mune est t talks, a usually reliable source) 1 IN A TIN & (0 LTD ;
© Italian. and as attack B 2 |said here to-day, * ° i
Titish ; er ) | The speech, in which Mr. Webb/ % os d
BS duty o¢ Protect, fulfill ni i 4old) the House of Gotamons McGREGGOR STREET — ::: PHONE 4518 ni
Property p ecung the ‘ The Liberal Ps a Britain “would no longer be ial al ain ‘4
ra ity ¥ Of the Italian o mumun- a blackmailed by Argentina”. over GENERAL AGENTS ‘
The u neat prices \ given to the |
| ; ) ooh coe ches] TRANS CANADA AIR LINES
who Wa inderstor ¢
o , ' : , cabled it to Buen Lire
B “4 order» ; THOMAS F. COOK JOHN DUGI AURICE WEBB Reuter, = a
— Piacaiaiieah _ (Reuters) p {
—Reuter. the hegen i
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PAGE TWO







Caub Calling

HIS morning there will prob-
ably be a huge crowd gath-
ered in and around the Baggage
Warehouse, all come to wish the
five Barbadian representatives on
the-West Indies team—Bon Voy-
@@e.and..Best Wishes for a suc-
cessful~tour. They leave to-day
on the “Golfito” en route to Eng-
jand.

They. “will probably
Baggage Warehouse at
imately 9 a.m.

Cricketers, past, present and
future will be there to give them
a friefidly slap on the back, a
warm handshake and a rousing
send off, as these five Barbadian
ambassadors on the West Indies
team, leave for a strenuous tour
to England.

Indefinite Holiday
M*® MOLLY BLADES aaugh-

ter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward
wlades, will be leaving to-day by
the “Golfito” for a holiday in Eng-
land, She does not yet know how

long she wf be away
On Three Months’ Leave
ivi‘; DAVID MM. YUUNG,
Manager of the Barbados
Gas Company is off to-day by the
Golfito” for three months’ leave
in wyusland, where he will be join-
ing lus Wife and daughter, Sheila,
who are already there.
Tonight
Ce lookeu in at the Booking
Office at the Empire The-
atre early yesterday, to find that
over one hundred and_ thirty
seats had already been sold for
the Repeat Performance of
Madame Bromova’s Dancing Dis-
play ‘Which takes place at the
Empire’ to-night at 8.30 o’clock.
During the few minutes he was
there. counting the number of
seats sold, quite a few telephone
calls came through for new
bookings.
For U.K. Holiday
EAVING for the U.K. on fur-
lough by the S.S. “Golfito”
today are Mr. and Mrs. E. H. C
Robinson and their daughter Miss
Nanda Robinson. Mr. Robinson
who has been Assistant to the
Divisional Manager, Cable &
Wireless (W.I.) Ltd. since 1946
was formerly Manager of the Port-
of-Spaiti Branch for three years
Miss Robinson is also on the
Sta of Cable & Wireless (W.1.)
Ltd.

leave the
approx-

On Long Leave
LSU leaving by the
S.S. “Golfito” is Mr. George
Cresswell who has been on tne
Staff of Cable & Wireless (W.I.)
Ltd. Barbados Branch, since 1945.
He is going to the U.K. on long
leave where he will join his wife
who is already there.
Leaving by the ‘Golfito”’
R. AND MRS. TONY »SSIN-
NBR are also leaving by the
“Goliito” this morning for a U.K.
holiday. Mr. Skinner who is As-

lo-uay

sistant Manager of the British
American Tobacco Co., (B’dos)
Litd., will be visiting one of thi

Company's big factories in Sx 1
ampton during their stay in Eng-
jand.
Many Happy Returns
HERE was a Dinner Party
ast night at the Crane Hotel
in honour of Miss Peggy O'Donnell,
who celebrated her birthday yes-
torday. Among those present wer
Mr, and Mrs, Georgie Eckstein,
Miss Dorothy Eckstein, Mr. and
Mrs. Andres O’Donnell, Mr. Ray
Da Silva and Mr. William Spence.
Peggy will be leaving Barbados
on Sunday, together with het
family, as Mr. O’Donnell has sold
out his business here and will be
living in retirement in Trinidad.
Mr. Georgie Eckstein who also
celebrated his birthday this week
tells me that he has conferred on
himself the ‘honorary degree’ of
K.C.M.G., which he says stands
for “Kindly Call Me George.”
Next week he plans to sell his
‘title’ at sixpence a letter.



“Well, according to this
set Donald Peers is now
working for Tokio Air-
ort!”



Special Flights

ETWEEN April ist and 10th

B.W.1. Airways will oper-

ave approximately fourtes1 flights

between La Guaira, Venezuela
and Barbados and return.

This will thus enable Venezie-
lan visitors to. spend the Easter
holidays here. These special flights
will be in addition to the regular
scheduled flights of three days a
week.

The operating of these special
flights will no doubt be welcomed
by Venezuelan tourists as last
year quite a large number of them
visited Barbados over Easter.

Born In Dominica

R. and Mrs. William Lauder,

who live in Meriden, Conn.,
left Barbados yesterday on their
return home and expect to
arrive there on Saturday. Mr.
Lauder, who was born in Domi-
nica, is a brother of Mrs. Lily
Clinckett. He was seventeen when
he left Dominica and has been in
the United States ever since. In-
deed his entire family with the
exception of Mrs, Clinckett now
live in the U.S.A. Mr. Lauder
is Asst. Secretary of H, Wells
Lines Co., Builders in Connecti-
cut They were staying at the
Royal Hotel.

May Settle Here

OL. W. F. S. WALDEGRAVE,
O.B.E., M.C., an English-

man who has been in Trinidad
on a short holiday has now arriv-
ed in Barbados. Retired from the

Queen’s Own Cameron High-
landers, he is on a West Indian
holiday and may settle here if

he likes it. He is a guest at the
Ocean View Hotel and he told
Carib that his wife, who is still
in Trinidad will be joining him
here in a few days.

Not the Good Old Country

“ HEN we were in Trinidad,

everyone who was staying
at Queen’s Park H’tel was com-
ing to Barbados, so we thought
that we would do the same. We
came over for one week and we

have been here for one month.”
So said Miss Beryl Davy shortly
before she left for Trinidad on
Wednesday by, B.W.I1.A.
Accompanied by her mother,
Mrs. Kathleen Davy they have

been staying at the St. Lawrence
Hotel. Living in Kensington, Lon-
don, this is their first visit to the
Caribbean.

They arrived by the Cottica at
Trinidad in November 1949, hav-
ing first visited Barbados for a
few hours en route. However dur-
ing those few hours they did not
have time to form a proper opin-
ion about the island, and it was
only because so many of the
other guests at the Queen’s Park
that

were coming to Barbados,

they came across themselves.
“Now,” says Mrs. Davy “we

are returning home via Trinidad,

and we like here so much that wo
may return to live. England is not

the good old country that we
knew in the old days before the
war.”

Old Harrisonian?

EARING a tie of maroon

and gold, the Regimental
colours of the 11th Hussars Regi-
ment, Prince Albert’s Own, was
Mr. A. C. Plews, who left yes-
terday by B.W.I.A. for Antigua
en route to his headquarters in
Jamaica, where he is representa-
tive of Nugget and Reckitt and
Colman Company’s for South and
Central America.

The tie was almost identical to
the Harrison College school col-
ours, and Carib almost asked him
if he was an Old Harrisonian.
Mr. Plews was accompanied by
his wife and they spent their stay
here at the Crane Hotel and Staf-
ford House.

Three Months at

St. Lawrence
R. and Mrs. R. W. Siegert
and their two children
rdon and Susari, returned to
Trinidad yesterday by B.W.LA.
after spending three months at
Bonnie Dundee, St. Lawrence.

Only Regret

Mies EDWARD KERN, from

New York City, has been
staying at the Marine Hotel for
inree weeks, Yesterday she left
Barbados for the United States via
Antigua, where she will be stay-
ing for three days at the Antigua
Beach Hotel. She loves the sea
bathing here and spent almost
every morning down at the Yacht
Club. Her only regret is that she
will not be here when the Flam-
bouyant Trees are in bloom.

For Daughter’s Wedding’
M* RAMUN PORTILLO whose
last visit to Barbados was
three years ago, arrived yesterday
by B.W.1.A. from Venezuela via
Trinidad. He is here for about
fifteen days, so as to be present
at his daughter’s wedding which
he said is due to take place early
in April. He will be staying with
his family in Bay Street.

On Carib Tour
R. and Mrs. Vernon Speight,
who have been here on a
short visit left yesterday by
B.W.LA., for Cuidad, Trujillo.
They were staying at the Windsor
Hotel. Mr. Speight, who is of the
firm of H. and A. V. Speight,
and his wife are on a Caribbean
tour. Mrs. Speight’s last visit to
Barbados was thirteen years ago.
They were guests at the Windsor
Hotel and Mr. Guy St. Hill was
at Seawell to see them off. |
Keen on Golf
R. J. T. GUILLAUMIN, an
American resident in Ven-
ezuela for the past four years, is
now in Barbados for about two
weeks’ holiday. He arrived recent-
ly by B,W.I.A. on his first visit to
the island and is staying at the
Ocean View Hotel.

A geologist working with the
Creole Petroleum Company in
Caracas, Mr. Guillaumin is very
interested in golf. He is a member
of the Caracas Country Club and
the Valle Arriba Golf Club in
Venezuela. He has already played
at the Rockley Golf and Country
Club and is looking forward to
many more games before he re-
turns to Venezuela.

Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Daniel, two
Canadians from Toronto who
were residing in Venezuela for
the past year, are also holidaying
in Barbados. They arrived recent-
ly by B.W.LA, for about three
weeks accompanied by their little
son David and are staying at the
Ocean View Hotel.

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel are’ also
keen on golf and are spending a
part of their time playing the
game at the Rockley Golf and
Country Club.

Mr. Daniel is an engineer of the
Shell Caribbean Petroleum Com-
pany.

Here for A Few Days
M* R. MOLL, Manager of the
Barclays Bank Branch in
San Fernando, returned to Trini-
dad yesterday by B.W.I.A. after
a few days’ visit here, staying at
Grazettes, St. Michael.





BY THE WAY _ » seactcomeer

SEE that “efficiency experts”
—a meaningless bit of jar-
gon—are to attempt to find out
what it is that makes a job
monotonous.
When I was running the old
Rochdale Observer we got a team

of “experts” to examine _ this
question. After 18 months they
reported that what made a job

monotonous was:—
(a) The monotony of the work.
(b) The horedom of the work-

r

But a cow who was asked
whether being milked so regularly
bored her, replied with a mali-
cious glint in her eye, “Only when
they play their damned gramo-
phone music at me.”

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met hardly realises that he is
eating anything at all. On the

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principle of “anything to vary
the monotony” of food to-day
people are willing to pay enor-
mous prices for quak-quak, of
which the quantity is restricted
(No wonder. The stuff is “made”
in an old shed off the Essex-road
by a man who owes Foulenough
money.) Hostesses are serving
quak-quak at cocktail parties,
where it is playfully called snak-
snak by witty guests. Quak-quak
can also be served with meat or

fish or eggs, or alone. The
extreme delicacy of its flavour,
bordering on complete absence

of flavour, prevents it from inter-
fering with whatever dish it
accompanies So, if you are passing
the shop, look for a heap of
small, square, red things, marked
“By air from Annam. 45s. per
lb.”
“Tony!” She Pleaded

- SIMPLY live for art,” said

the Marquise de L’Huile de
Foie de Morue to the poetess
Sentine de Vice. So do I, but,
not as rigorously

as some re-

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viewers of novels. It must be
fun to live at such a pitch of
hysteria that every time you
read (which is often enough, by
St. Declan!) “Daphne felt the
tears pricking her eyes as she
saw him disappear into the cow-
shed,” you groan and sweat and
roll on the floor, racked and torn
by the unbearable beauty and
pathos of life. I begin to think
it is at these reviewers that the
film publicity is aimed. When
they are invited to be scorched
seared, shattered, and dyna-
mited by a film, they should find
little difference between that
experience and reading a novel

In Passing

HE very feeble replies made
to Mr. Ivor Brown’s recent
remarks on hideous and obscure
“poetry” reminded me of Chester-
ton’s “What people call the new
school of poetry is no more a new
school of poetry than sleeping in
a ditch is a new school of archi-
tecture.”



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

| Miss Bacon
Qn Women

By Fred Doerflinger

LONDON.
Miss Alice Bacon, prominent
Socialist leader and member of
Parliament, stood up in the House
of Commons and told that pre-
dominantly male body that women
have become a potent political
force.

In a tribute to the women of
Britain, she quoted Dr. Samuel
Johnson’s famous observation:

“Nature nas given women s0
much power that the law has
wisely given them little.”

“That remark,” declared the
1949 vice-chairman of the Social-
ist party, “would not have bee
made to-day.

“Housewives, factory workers,
teachers, nurses, shop assistants,
and other women in a hundred
different occupations have done
a great deal for this country in
the difficult war and post-war
period.

Co-operated

“Our housewives in the past
few years have coope ated with
the Government to make our fair
shares policy work and they will
continue to cooperate so long as
they get fair shares.”

Miss Bacon expressed her be-
lief that women are “more politi-
cally conscious than ever before.
They used to be a time, when
people went canvassing, that
women said, ‘I must wait until
my husband comes home and
see what he is. going to do.’

[ag : ere

“But women to-day vote inde-
pendently of their husbands.

“Indeed, the recent general
election has brought to mind
cases where husbands have said,
“I must wait and see what my
wife is going to do.!”

Miss Bacon said she was dis-
appointed that so few women had
returned to Parliament (only 20
women were elected out of a total
of 125 candidates) but she knew
that those who had been returned
would make up in quality for
their numerical inferiority.

Miss Bacon, who has been a
member of the National Executive
Committee of the Socialist party
since 1941, was honoured by
being allowed to second the ap-







ye

His Royal Highness PRINCE
CHARLES, son of Princess
Elizabeth and the Duke of
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Inopportune

LONDON, March,

“Fight the Good Fight” is in|

the opinion of a London vicar,

inappropriate as a wedding hymn. |

The Rev. W. I. Bulman, vicar
of St. Gabriel’s Church, Crickle-
wood, strongly criticized wedding
music chosen by modern brides
in his March parish magazine.

His . earlier remarks on_ this
matter have, he said, been the
subject of comment by clergy in
Australia.

“In the main, the clerics agreed
with my strictures and one said
that the prize should be handed
to the bride who asked for “My
Hero” from ‘The Chocolate Soi-
dier’ to be played at her wedding.

“But it’s this kind of bride who {

comes to: see us in about twelve
months and complains that we
have married her to one of the
meanest old hunks in creation, not
quite the hero she and we were
led to believe.

“Now that fewer people attend
church regularly it surprises me
that brides ask for hymns like
“Abide With Me” and “Fight the

proval of the King’s speech from{Good Fight,” which seem strange-

the throne, —LN.S.

Rupert and the Dragon Pills—11



The sudden firin, ket
penpeey scares the pet dragon.
With a loud snort and breathing
fire more furiously than ever, he
leaps straight up into the air. He
cannot fly properly, but he beats
his little wings and streaks over the
heads of the two little friends, land-

of the ro

ly inappropriate for weddings.’



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Ping. ‘* Why didn’t | think of u
sooner ?'’ But Rupert runs to keep
the dragon in sight.

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M

pRIDAY,

What Do You
bout Sugar Cane?

“ibbean Commission has employed Mr, Walter
the consulting firm of Scott, Farnell and Partners
f-Spain and London, to undertake a prelimir
: the commercial]
Scott has returned to Trinidad after
the United States of America, and will



THE C:
scott, of

of Porto
investigation
products. Mr.

into

ie nave ;
m¢ one ay for submission shortly. ace
repo! Pie sind ¢: “The impression w bring
——— back aft an intens dy f
R ~ Ww the indu il utilisation of sugai
Czechs ene | factory products rathe ,

unexpected one,” Mr. Scott sa

on his return, “I havo een ma

Credentials Of
3 Journalists

PRAGUE, March 30,
. Czechoslovak Government
to-day renewed the accreditations
of the four remaining
sire’ “respondents in Prague.

: tials now authorise
heir oredr in Czechoslovakia
j of June.
oo a Genon Fournier, of
5 French Press, Rébert Bigo, of
“Reuters”, and Dana Schmedt, of
the “New York Times. ,
The fourth correspondent. John
ins, of the eng roe ae
was due to have his cre-
Amerie renewed to-morrow. — .
Yesterday the Czechoslova
Foreign Minister refused to re-
new the documents of Nathan
wtzky, Correspondent of the
Associated Press of America, be-
cguse of his alleged
remo pokesman of the Czechoslo-
yak Foreign Ministry to-day told
the three Western correspondents,
whose credentials were renewed,
that there was no systematic plan
by the Czechoslovak Government
to get rid of the Western Press.
—Reuter



One Flag: |
Not Two

GENEVA, March 30
The Trusteeship Cguncil today
created a grave precedent in re- |

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to realise that
| until
tively unknown plant,
pare what we used to know
it with what we know to-day and
what remains to be known.” ee

Mr. Scott's term of
covered a
cane derivatives
will include studies on the
facture, from bagasse, of
types of insulating and hardboard
materials, paper,
tes,
molasses, of acetone and butanol
food yeasts, and various
acids;
from filter muds.

; Superior
Bagasse fibre, Myr. Seott said, }
definitely superior to wood |
fibre for the manufacture of insul- |
ating building board products, A|

project
structural boards from bagasse in
“ynobjective” | the Caribbean
prospects of a good investment {
| the sugar industry,

There are at pr
tion four bagasse insulating board
| factories.
| Louisiana has an output
two million
Canec
about half million daily; and the
Cane-ite plant in Sydney, Austra-
lia, has now reached a production
of 160,000 square feet a day.
factory of Celotex Ltd., at Stone- |
bridge Park, Middlesex, England,

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sugar cane has been
recently a compara-
if we com-

quite

abou

reference
of sugar |
his report
manu- |
various

wide

range
and

charcoal briquet-
plastics, and furfural: from |

industrial

and of refined cane

wax



for the manufacture of ee

area should offer |
or
Mr, Scoty said.

sent in opera-



The Celotex plant in
of over |
square feet a day; the

in Hawaii produces



plant

The |





has a vated annual output of thirty} ._MR. G. C. Ward,
million square feet of insulating} Churchwarden of Chi
j board and twelve million square | Presenting his report
feet of hardboard, ing of the parish !
Mr. Scott spoke of the Valite| fimancial lle
Corporation of Lockport, Louisi- | 'eâ„¢%on te condit
ina, which is manufacturing and|° the buildings for t



jecting for the first time in the | successfully marketing plastic pro- ae of which the
history of the United Nations 2|ducts from bagasse. Various | ‘2W responsibic
resolution it was asked to adop: | bagasse resins and bagasse fillers| ‘he necessary repai
by the General Assembly. have been developed and are!“ The vil ve y :

Â¥ ne report reads -

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marketed
One of the principal activities of ,

for different purposes. |

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think this over

‘ inistrating : ri- * ) ‘
or not the eeanistreting aut re the Corporation is the manufac- | »
reat iy the United | a ol ee records, unde
r , ' furfural, an extremely useful
Joti aw s x5 heir own : aod :
Nations Flag alongside t s ,<| chemical, used in refining wood
The trusteeship ruling thus goes | -ocin and lubricating oils, in the | —199 4@
cord as recommending | ~"" Seal " : Out ‘
Bae Galtea Nations flag i manufacture of synthevic rubber beta )
ies ih trust eeruitorios 7 and as a component of some pla ‘ at th dhs
own In : tics and adhesives, can also be
In the second roll-call vote Bri-| produced from bagasse, and _ its ee Tospital
fain, Australia, New Zealand, | possibilities will be included in .
Belgium and France reaffirmed Mr. Scott’s report 16 case
their opposition to the motion. _ Confidence Alms
pied States was the ones Acetone and butanol are pro-
fust administrator to vote in fav~! duced in Puerto Rico from molass- aoe
our of the resolution which was and further research work is} Warnu sa
submitted jointly by the Philip-| being done in Puerto Rico on de- | 3
pines and China rivatives of Itaconic Acid, obtain-| ,MAINTENANCE AT ALMS
—Reuter | able from molasses, some of which cedanaeal Bd
wre | hold great promise for the manu- ct that es al
66 ° 99 facture of clear plastics, lacquers, Thea ving ” 7 ° . ;
‘No Orchi 8 l and other products. | saci ilar Xo OF PAROE HIA
7 ° Refined sugar cane wax is being Almshouse & Dispensary
Actress Vanishes |â„¢=rketed at present at sixty to} ncn ;
y five cents US a pound, and 2 Weste idle
In Pari confider been express- Tr"
s ‘ gar cane wax
‘ Cae i commer proposition. This x
; PARIS, March 30 , will be covered in Mr. Scott’s
Detectives took over the stag 1 ¢
Pe Rade Me an repo . Fs sidieiiaiidianienticiannideneaiied sce
é oy Eaeggen Guignol Theats ontinental United States |
ere today, probing for clues u istry,” Mr. Scott said in
the mysterious disappearance Ol ery aware of the
ot ie actress INacole Ri Ne. | necessity of developing the pro- j
; he Actress vanished last n.f£ | duction of two or more product |
pe thin costume net Ww os Mw from the sug ‘ane instead of the | |
en and third acts of Y=) son woduects, much research |
— for Miss Blandish’”’ afte | traditional one, but, as regards | |
rece Wing a false message fro | work still remains to be done, |
an unknown man | ‘T have been very favourably |
Nicole Riche, playing the part mpressed by the research work |
of Miss Blandish in the pla: being done in the United States |
about the violent American | and in Puerto Rico, and look for- \
underworld, was given a sealed vard to the British West Indian
envelope when she returned t Sugar Research Scheme, which is
her dressing room at the end of soon to be established at the Im-
ita Il. Her dresser said Mile. | perial College of Tropical Agri-
ithe turned pale when she rea culture under the direction of Dr
the message, which had beer | L. F. Wiggins. I feel that many

Blven to a theatre attendant b
# tall blond man in a
coat,

She indicated that the message
Said her mother was ill, and sh
then snatched an overcoat, slip-
Ped it over her bare shoulders
and raced from the theatre.

The Manager of the theatr
M, Dundas, had to appear ol
the stage and tell patrons to tak«
wer money back
Mile Riche, he
een taken ill.

big ove

announced, hac



i Police checked immediate]
with the blonde actress's mothe
he mother wa vell. and th
actress had not returned home

Reuter,









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Cow’s milk by itself you see, is apt to for

baby

tomach









DANVILLE, Virginia, March 29
It rained mud here to-day
explanation is that dust whi
up by the March winds had been
| mixed with the rain




Barley

digest their food a

fruitful developments will result
scientific 4

established between these research
organisations. the
the Caribbean Commission would
be eminently qualified to act a
liaison
financing 8
done in these Caribbean territo!

ies,”

, we FY

usually means pain

That’s why wise nurs¢

ROBINSON'S

‘eaten’ BARLEY

co-operation can be

It seems to me that

the organisations

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IT RAINS MUD

The |
pped

—Reuter

a
———an*!

Need bottle-fed
babies be

cry-babies ’

Certainly not ! Baby’
the pain ot indiges'

This fam

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| pagan a for the benefit of the §
pub ymcerning a husTicane
nH Ok ip ne matter with le
Colonial Secretary about Augus
last year telling him that mor
could be done in arranging for
the people in the lower walks oi
life to be better intormed. like

the printing of leaflet
He felt that those leaflets shoul

be widely distributed and stuck |
ip in shops and at various points |

; |
where people’ werc likely to}
assemble and read and understan |
them.

The Colonial Secre ary agreed |
with what he had said, but when!
}

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they were ready to sturt to work,

it was too late to do anything in!

the matter. He h however a
promised to give it fu : considera- | KI :
tion this year. i

While this whole question of|

Ived on the
the Vestry

; Hurricane Relief dev:
Central Government,

TROUBLE



}and the Parochial authorities |
‘would have a certai amount of} Here's a medicine made
responsibility in matters in that

specially for it .. .
: If you suspect that there’s

something wrong” with your
kidneys i benieeti> bine tant

| connection.

A number of Sub-Committee
| had been appointed to deal with |
| this question of Hurricane Relief |



} and the Vestry Clerk and he hac ’ pond, § cosmnre ——
| discussed with them what they eglected kidneys give rise to

should do and tell the people in various distressing 5; ——
| the area in case of a hurricane. Phe |ff Such as backache, rheumatic

pains, lumbago, sciatica, bladder
the disorders with scalding and
to work as|{_ Durning. The trouble starts when

.|[— the kidneys grow sluggish and

| position was such vhat in the area
jmost likely to be affected,

| Committee hardly got



|some of the memb found fail to perform their natural
j; inconvenient to serv function of helping to filter away
| 5 - harmful impurities from the
| Communications system. You can restore these
| Professor Dash pointed out that vital or. to normal acfivity
a certain amount of secretarial by taking De Witt’s Pills.
work was involved due to the y act directly on the
;/number of communications from kidneys and you will very

quickly feel the good they

| the Secretariat to the Vestry Clerk
ae . aie are doing. Try them for

lana the latter was unable to act



































Le 5 tro! ie. Go to
‘ |as promptly as he would have i pn ar
7 | liked owing to his ali iy onerous — geta'supply
THE HOSTILE 3 EACELOVER auties [ee ‘today
roria C ec He therefore suggested that ;
World Copyright. By arrangement with Daily Heraid from the vote f 0 amount
a = c > ote 0 ‘ ar unt
could be used in providing clerical
It ! eed of exte OF a assistance to the Headquarters
whieh funds should bx sec C50 Asked I: or Committee .
3 L I
The younger generation he
ake this tunity of expre ° : GUARANTEE
take this opportuntt of pres 26 added, knew nothin about a U ;
hanks to the whole Parorhial stati urricane ’ De Witt’s Pills are
or their ready help and co-operatio: hurricane and its consequences manufactneed under strictly ypieni
jd g the year. The Parochial Medical + i » the 1e more data tat : :
‘ fice which was | Officers have given \anatirc ingty of hs o F co he felt that ve a re wey conditions and the ingredients con
7" ve. vains, thie | time to the service of the parish, 1 ere or j that could be provided telling the! form to rigid standards of purity
: —_ ake this opportunity of paving a t | public of the dange of a hur-|
fr bute to the Matron and Nurse “
} \ ricane and what they should do, } "
— x i“ the invaluable help of the Pox Profess S ash Shair- ,
Parish Church. | spectar. i hewe hed xencated requested rofessor J. S. Dash, Ct the better it would be for all con- 7 A
Chureh good order except! from the Nurses, Inspecte |man of the Hurricane Relief Head- | cerned
» few nor repairs, but a part | Dispenser r increas : ro " Christ] . OP)
é nding the grave-yard | | wil} put before ged elles beat . ; Cen Nee, ‘th t} Mr. A. M. Jones and Mr. C. B.| ae) ess
Sen SMOPKE? GOWN ana Will have Ol are being gemniened Church, told the Vestry of tha Brandford supported the remarks | i lhe lle: Yi is ‘:
| canelusion I want to express jparish yesterday tha leaflets] — ie by Professor Das} “i B
sas . : } e thanks fo the Gua dians and | hould be printed for distribution nade b a rofesso) ash
St. David's Churen | Ves for their help and co-operatior ' inser Mr. Victor Chase said that |
‘ ¢ < ing this ve um th people so as intorr ‘
¢ ear me : | luring this year : Se“ pee aon although he appreciated the point
epairs are neared me them 1at they should do in case of view of Profeasor Dash. he did
o ingle part of the roof —_ u v . ‘ ae a7 SES,
‘ tam of the opinion t Son not think the Vestry was em-/
weet te sal ry Mai a was suggested that) powered to use the money in that
a es P | a e |} £50 should be earmarked so that] “....0.4 less they were author-|
St. David Ss Vicarage. HK pS . ' : worl ould be carried respect unltes they were author- |
ilding nh good order but « | ‘ ? 7 fic ‘ i ’ p “| ised to do so by their solicitors |
painting | i | ON juich and efficiently ro- After or ¢ |
a _ d ne discussions, ly
Bartholomew's Church, ! Appointments | or Dash was addressing the Goddard made his motion whit |
lilding ha been washed inside } Vest vhen they were dealing} “*“" an i ed i _— ve |
= Ds hak’ inhi Mr. H. St. G. W ee ¢-| With appointments to the Hurri was i 1a y agrend to
Si atrick’s Vicarage. Nit Oo fA WSS ARRON nn Hall f Committee The Vestry then appointed Pro-|
is been repaired this year at aj 2d Churchwarden of Christ Church | C2ue hehet ( fessor Dash Chairma: ff the]
approximately bu t their meeting vesterday | Kventuaily Mr. ¥&. ( Goddarve | >>>" 7 an ater ace
coms downstairs > esi | a thet A . : Headquarters Committee and left
detent Other appointment nade were} Moved that the Ve earmar: the matter of tl 1ents of
r . the mé > ) 1e appointments ¢
St. Matthias Church. s follows | £50 for enabling the Hurricane - A e app ;
mb members to ve on the i.
hurch Committee with — th Poor Law Guardian Mr. C. S.| Relief nmittee — t¢ funetio abe er : "th : i “ie
from Loan Finds, cover-" McKenzie and Mi 1A iulma.jefficiently and that the Vestry; enim ties ie Vari i , nt
*h root with Gal- | Highway Comr . : j * | tricts to himself ar the Vestry]
$ ” was the amount! | lenway Commi 1 _ ir. | ask their Solicitors to advise then Cler|
k $120.00 trans-| H. St. G. Ward, Mr. G. C. Ward,| under vhich head of the Esti- } ““®"* |
Matthias Vicarage Mr MJ 7 7 | ;
ae ane. V pares ss M A. M. Jone , M M. Dray rte hey should put the amount |
00 ton, Mr. (¢ >. McKer } : ) pee ‘ }
. : | lessor Dash said that the |
Scarborough. 7 hn ernment hac ot out el - : .
© been repaired and painted} Commissioners. of Health : Mr,| Government had got out excel-1 Nigt Aggagsinated |
t 387.81 TI building 1C, S. McKenzie Mi HW t. G,| ‘ent material last year for relic . |
mM painting will dest for) Ward Mr. G. C. We Mr. Victor |°'°3"* 1 hurricane to forewar! PRAGUE, March 29 |
st. Bartholomew’s Vicarage. Chase, Mr. F. C. Goddard, M. j the publi omin ‘ Whil« Docto) Zenik Fierlinger
the new Vicarnge was rrustee 2} Arehe Gitte mvGs NSSSUrS vere helpful, i} Deputy Premier of Czechoslo- |
ing the year under « Trust Fun Ho \ Critter iscover¢ t an rly stage] yvakia ittended today pler
Pa be aed Tuner of Or: al the id » to the roo'} meeting of the National Assembly |
A pail ‘hurch Mr. E. J. Be { tter a i id not ben effectively quashi ours |
Rectory Keeper of Organ n t Pa he ri le Kely to befof his assassinati
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Published by Thu Advocate Co. Ltd, 4, Broad St., Bridgetows



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The House of Assembly is to be
congratulated on its decision not to
countenance the secondment of an



Friday, March 31, 1950 officer from the Colonial Office to
emma act as Colonial Secretary of this
island. I hope that despite opinions
s to the contrary, the Legislative

‘ ve
Amaigamation Council will give its support by
passing a similar address in an-—
SUGGESTIONS have been made on sev- |Swer to the Governor’s message.
. ‘ In fact I shail draw to the at-
eral occas $s during the t ten years for | tention of that body certain phases



imalgamation of the Treasury and the |

enerais

posts now presents itself for
the amalgamation.

The strongest argument for amalgama-
tion is that it must increase the efficiency
administration of these two depart-

It was believed in past years that
the office of Colonial Treasurer should be

f 4th,
or tne

ments

Vepartment. |
unity arising from vacancies in these two



| of this matter which deserve care-
ful consideration.

In the first place the difficulties
which have now arisen seem part
of a set plan by the Colonial Of-
fice. It was known in this ‘sland
six months ago that the Colonial
Secretary was about to go on
leave and that he was not likely
to return. A few weeks after he
had left this island it was known
that the Assistant Colonial Secre-
tary would be going on leave and
in view of the length of time that
he had served in Barbados it was

An oppor-

carrying out



sept separate ¢ distinct fr any other | unlikely that he would return.
ker epal ite and distinct from an} ieee tecte walle MaMa tees
office in the Civil Establishment proper, | known at the Colonial Office be-

cause the Treas - was servant of |fore the people in this island
because the Treasurer was the servant stat ad ony Me ten
the House and the effective means by | transfer of these officers. If my
which that body retained control of the | premise is correct then it was the

strings of the island.
basis in fact.

The Treasurer, it is true,
control the issue of funds,
Auditor General and

at variance with the practice.

To-day both the Colonial Treasurer and
General have retired, and the

the Auditor



That belief has little

not the Treasurer
who exercises control over payments. The
Auditor General is a Civil Servant under
the direct control of the Governor.
here that the theory of financial control is

of the Colonial Office to
removal of these top-
so that their suc-

duty
space the
ranking officials

cessors could have acquainted
or , | themselves with the routine of
does gegen ‘vets work
it is the Ss
but it i I say deliberately that it is the

Colonial Office and
part of a plan. This island is suf-
fering at the moment from too
much of the Colonial Office. We
have always been able to produce
men who could carry on the af-
fairs of this country in the best
traditions and although the tide
is not now full we are not devoid
of this virtue. It was the mistake
of the then Governor in not mak-

fault of the

It is


















PART OF A PLAN |

By Sagittarius

colony whose ability warranted
it. But this was part of the policy
to keep West Indians out of the
administrative branch of the
Colonial Service.

if the Barbados Legislature
should consent to the secondment
of an officer from the ‘ Colonial
Office then it is tantamount to the
admission that we do not have
men in the service of the Gov-
ernment who can act in the top
brackets of the service. It would
have been proved then that it
would not be right to appoint
them permanently, which is ab-
surd,.

The Colonial Office is making
an attempt to veil the truth of
the situation from us by making
what seems to be a magnanimous
offer. In truth and in fact it is
an effort to avoid beng accused
of treating this island with scant
eourtesy .

Having supporied the objection
to the importation of an outsider,
it is reasonable to suspect that
some opinion may now be expect-
ed from me upon the point of an
alternative, I offer the alternative
with much hesitancy. The point
is of equal delicacy to me as it
might be with the candidate whom
I suggest should be appointed to
act. I might be accused of push-
ing the claims of candidates and
it is not unknown in this island
that the fact that public expres-
sion was given to the claims of a
candidate for a Government post
was the greatest factor against
his selection.

At the death of Mr. Harry
Scott Newlands, the Colonial
Secretary was called upon to act
Governor and as a result the then
Attorney General acted Colonial
Secretary while one of the Judges
of the Assistant Court of Appeal







ADVOCATE

BARBADOS

of right, I share the view that)
whatever nas been done once may
be done again lawfully. shares
might be some good reason for}
not removing the Attorney Gen-}
eral from an office which is now}
short staffed and therefore I sug-



PRAIRIE |
GOLD

BENEATH the wheatlands of western Can- |

gest that Mr. J W. B. Chenery! ada lies what may prove to be one of the|

Judge of the Assistant Court of
Appeal be appointed to act as Coi-
onial Secretary. He has already
acted Attorney General and also
Chief Justice with distinction. Of
his ability there can be no ques-
tion. He is a brilliant scholar and
a sound lawyer and the docu-
ments of the Government would
be written in unmistakable Eng-
lish while the work in the Leg-
islative Council would be con-
ducted by one whose knowledge
of Barbados is deep and thor-
ough. Since I have given consid -
eration to this question I should
commend the Colonial Office for
appointing him to the post of As-
sistant Colon‘al Secretary.

There is little need to labour|
the point, but I should like to
point out that the attitude of the
Colonial Office in the matter is
an insult to Barbados. There are
men in the Service who can 4il
any office which this island has
to offer and despite the libellous
statement against the Civil Ser-|
vice today let ‘me add that it
has more “brains” in it than at
any other time of the history of
this island. If some strong stand
is not taken now we shall be told
at a later date that during this
period Barbados was unable to
supply a man to act as Colonia)
Secretary.

The constitutional position is
that we cannot refuse to accept
the officer if the Colonial Offite
persists in sending him but it
should be made clear that hi
comes against our wishes, against
the interests of the island and in
the face of strong opposition. 1

and California.

The

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| world’s richest oil reserves. Already this area|
is the centre of a spectacular oil boom rival-|
ling those of earlier days in Texas, Oklahoma,

individual speculators and wild-catters,

major oil company in the United States and

Canada has a stake in Alberta oil, pouring vast
| stores of men, capital and technical skill into
the newly-discovered treasureland.

Canadian
| developments in the oilfields with a close eye,
for here may Jie part of the answer to Can-|
ada’s current dollar shortage.
Canada foots an annual bill
million U.S. dollars for oil’ imported from the
United States and Venezuela. Since the new
finds in Alberta this sum has already been cut
by ninety million dollars, and with the many
projects now under development, Canada can
forward to the day when it will have
more than enough oil within its own borders
domestic needs.
some of the capital now developing the oil
industry in Alberta comes from the United
States, Canada is already getting millions of
sorely needed U. S. dollars as a direct result
of the new discoveries.

The story begins early in 1947.
time the bulk of Canada’s crude oil produc-

Along with the hundreds of
every |

Government is watching

At the moment
of some 300

Furthermore, as

At that





















7 ing a strong recommendation to i iti vern-| tion, less than 10% of r i
vacancies in these offices have not yet been | the Colonial Office at the time of acted as Attorney General. There think that Ba. British Sree ? 1 @ f requirements, came
: : : : ; the creation of the office that a is precedent for the Attorney act- ment still values the goodwill of| from Turner Valley in Southern Alberta. Pro-
filled. The suggestion is still being made Sarbedian hould have been ap- ing as Colonial Secretary; and the people of Barbados and it is duction at Turn ‘ Vall hich } ib
arbadian s ave — é rab ‘ : * ce ‘ a urner Valle hic i
that these two offices should be amalga- - pointed Assistant Colonial Secre- aprons 5 ee not omens oo na een own in Alahan " Pao y, W i ‘ ey een
‘praia Seaman in this doctrine of precedents exclusiv ‘ i . | discovered in the thirties, was declining, ;
mated and that a single department should |tary. They were men in goer eit os ad s Mest
> : as though Canada would continu
be set up under a Financial Secretary. # a & e
- | to import most of its oil. Then in February,
The time is ripe even if not for the POLI : 1947, the discovery well at Leduc, Alberta,
actual amalgamation, for the Government blew a and opened the door on a new chap-
to consider whether amalgamation should 1 i in Canadian oil history. Leduc, located
fact take place and to seek legislative 2 miles south of Edmonton, Alberta’s capital
la , rac : artic: ar i ~ © _ ;
authority for creating the new department, Ce Oe Le | city er of Sgr: importance because it
; aleott di is best to} pointec exis il- i
if the scheme is approved. One of the argu- = ar oe — girls Protea By Lee Wade discover just how long this happy| in to a existence = an oil-bearing
, other spectators and two Pp s elas rate ote + | formation in > centre ains of
ments for keeping the departments separ- | men were in attendance when ie as ee i pues me neers to sant ' 4 . ne ce oe aes of Alberta,
aes aa ea ‘ 5 ia se 8 ae » House of Assembly met last tant place wou e le only bu ear he cou have been; and proved what geologists ha ong suspect-
ate in the past was that the office of Colo- use’ a > m. Several Ultimate outcome. Mr. Smith, f little the wiser for the replies| ed, that the oiltich basin, of which ee 5
nial Treasurer wasa plum preserved by the | members’: wished to. attend the ‘oink, is of the opinion that, in received from his namesake oa| oe 7 i S was
ee en aces ite at | funeral of the late Mr, E. E, H. &9y case, six hours punishment the Government side. From there| a part, stretched all the way from Alaska to
use lor people in the community whom Thorne, and as those members rill is toe arduous in this climate. Mr. F. Walcott gave several valid the Gulf of Mexico
it was thought deserved well of the Legis- | remaining would not have con- If this punishment drill is the reasons as to why the Controller’s| Ray
lat Such considerati ‘an hardly be {stituted a quorum, the House Same as what the Army refers (Mr. Bishop) post had been L
ature, such consideration can hardly be adiourned well before 5 o'clock. to as “pack drill”—drill with = made permanent, but little indi- Autumn 1948 saw the discovery of a second
valid to-day, The tw licemen present had Cduipment,| or carrying the cation as to when Controls here| major,field at Redwater, fift miles n as
ay. © policemen present ha 2d ortheast
chants ir. teste them, with the We ght of full equipment, I am might be expected to become a J is , y , eas
Bill to amend the Police Act, a i” full concord that it must be thing of the past. Controls, it is of Leduc. Since then promising finds have
16 ; section of which authorized Ga- @ Most miserable way of taking true, now exist almost every-| been made at Barrhead, Bon Accord, Golde
Sir John Hutson aeas =H alos tan : h- exercise. Extra duties would be where, and no one could say with D
zetted officers to award puaish ae aa : Spike, Joseph Lake, White d and Stettle
of six hours extra drill to See = a am — on accuracy how art : , sep € oe - see er-
ARRAT has s ae : ks below that of sergeant. 4t least some benefit to the gen- such conditions may continue. | all in the central part o erta, But explora-
3ARBADIANS in every walk of life look vever, did not find ven: eral community. Extra drill is Born eleven years ago, Master] tion h t bee ot fined to Albert. ‘wild
back with pride upon the middle of the | \-ith the House, and the right to useless aut the en, and Controls has an excellent chance on has no ae conhne - perta. ild-
es oi ‘ : awatd extra drill was limited to Tesults but in much sweat and of reaching maturity. catting is under way in the neighbourin
last century as one of the most outstand- eae eputy Commissioner. Dr. sore feet for the guilty. / He RU Sy Ae Nite Com, athe :
j the history of this island. The | ¢, eaten xplained that the Controller Stays Put ee aon ae afternoon at the I Sie eS F , a an :
hievements of that time were due to the | object was to improve discipline It would seem that the “friend” whe ¥, Be e hed sini ee ARG British Columbia. With proven reserves of
a pears Te and he til he accused of the housewife and the mer- 16 GCS! 0! oie pate i 1.1 billion barrels and with a much greater
contribution made by a select band of men | ang witnesses it s to come chant is to remain with us for fone 4) * Soh Oe che and et ’ : Soa
‘tu names are familiar still. Sir John |to Police headquarters for the some time to come, for the Con- Th a ee Ped and —— ls.) estimated potential, based on the size of the
aan “ Meisel Bll, ; ltrial. and he pcinted out that troller of Supplies has now Nee Radee, Aaeisins sen aie prospecting area, the prairies of Western
Hu } e deat vecurred on Wednes- , oO ; vith become a permanent office. Mr. ; z sees VEOS one eh ‘ aaa
M | f ; ae . the early adjournment, Mr. Reece} Canada promise to rival Texas as one of the
( that band of public ser- | Vv . age : - did not seem too pleased to see bicces il-oroducing areas i " :
gia” aa THE GAMBOiS so few honourable members pres- iggest oll-proc ucing areas In North America.

; } Thi ‘ ‘ itisfactory to ent. At least that/was the im-

uished fan and 1 r Mr. Mat Smith pression ‘ garnered. After a few At the moment oil production is being
o sles " f ' ‘ Ps ypinion F Ip moments he arose and wandered ‘

steagues & i re} ons iS Soil Y ‘round behind mernbers’ chairs, curbe d for lack of refineri les and transporta-

ari¢ made ou led by Superin- naking remarks, which, due to] tion. To market Alberta’s oil, a start has

. , f of r we 7 extra drill. Mr ihe roars 1a rumblings from the ww ada a 3 rn s . ard $3 ‘

e pul ghey mp gers J joant streets, were impossible to hear been made on a 1,500 mile pipeline which in

Sir J was a brother to Bitudciruetaek “nn aauead’ hin to Sac Ge Fite Sate finally be 1951 will join Edmonton to Superior, Wiscon-
Hutson, a former Colonial Governor | take this view—for when the Bill did. area ie x ao ae “tna sin, at the head of the Great Lakes. From
f ai was last before the House he was Siacias oxaimae tea On, wetiske } ee :
chbishop Hutson of the Leeward | j.""rayour of granting Supers Speaker cpenes ae, bell to be; here the oil will be transported in tankers to
| : “ , rung. and Mr. Me ‘rie my ‘ : es
He was a contemporary of Sir | tendents the power to award thi side. Pisiugtan 9 a ae Sarnia, Ontario, for refining and thence to the
: 1] Ys as a] tra dril but although curi ae S45 Th , :
Chandlez Cl John rye Phil- an Bich «Ma we a te mumaber. along wits others, Mr. | Cities of Eastern Canada. Any surplus will got
1e] . irke, ana oir Charles ap : — eece returned, but he made it t 5 ; , re :
i the neident con- f o the oil- sry ; -
“The yhad come under the | “lucidate the _ “inci wens Ey quite apparetd that we gid tet e oil hungry communities of the mid
ce of distir Y ished teacher at the - M aie ‘ ie ag ' tats _— to linger, as he carried his] eastern States and bring to Canada much
a _ tot) A As ‘ | Viapps speech as Db 1s a ith s " sé -ared . se .
hool and their association contin- little timid’—certainly his own aati a © ‘Soetian needed U.S. dollars. Until that time the flow
eious antes ities they ane oft ‘de vit ta ae . came to a close, I still don’t know} Of Alberta oil is being regulated against the |
in ‘rsities Th were after- ri ce e rig Oo awarc ~ thethe e was reé » a - . . :
s | nv te ant Lawes. ag jshment drill”, said he", and the |}, oe waotier regia ome mci S ho] 2@y when it can flow south, east and west to |
the Legislature to the life of this island. | Punishment will never be a repri- HOTS AA A, GIART wu often is, with a perfectly straight| the ready markets awaiting it
* my? maak 31 TO MAKE IT LOO ROE ve
ne of them took law, others pursued { extra drill Jus For vibes: Anat : :

‘ . or Alberta itself the oil boom promises |
tudies in classics and others qualified in He claimed that much that hs Boeck ee Se. tee, to open the d 3 ‘ solde - |
1edicine Sir John Hutson was a doctor; | appeared very nice in theory was from His Excellency the Yinceenin P ; ae SPOR on a_ golden era in the
and after his return to Barbados he served | by "© means so nice in practise, that prorogation would b e} Province’s history, In 1948. the province,

and that petty spite or dislike on P e “ re
as a medical iflicer for well over fifty years, | #4 the oe Bun WHAT’S ON TODAY next Tuesday at 3 p.m., but no} which owns most of the mineral rights, got!
But this not his only ser H the part of an officer would result mention was made of the duration | 9c
. e 1 wa noth ap ily se =e. e W ” in unjust punishments. Most Court of Grand Sessions at | of came 20% of its revenue from fees, rents and royal- |
ntensely interest in education an , : ste . . ‘ hie tll :
cekd teas aatnar dane tale ie nate | ernere, Wee weled: See the 10.00 a.m. . A significant question came] ties. Eventually Alberta hopes to receive
served for many years on the Education | amendment appeared to place * cen CHARLES | from Mr. Brancker to the Gov-| soo, of a
Board, He had for many years advocated | litth confidence in the convicted robe FRINGE FORDE COL | ernment, “Has the Fire Brigade 90% of its annual revenue from oil industry.
drastic reform in the sanitary administra- |™@an’s right to appeal to the VIN FORDE, LIONEL GIBSON | Department, at the present time, Every citizen in Alberta stands to benefit from}
tion and lived t e the creat f the | Commissioner. Most certainly the & ARTHUR BAYLEY its full complement of men?” Tne
i ae an oni ¢ Me see 1@ Crealion O 1€ Commissioner except under Inter-School Sports, Ken- very thought of a really ait Are ir he increased government revenue. Returns
post of Chief Medical Officer, which ap- | most — extraordinary _circum- aan 3S. 2. Bridgetown makes one uneasy. I/| ‘rom the oil industry are paying for a large
proximated to his office of Public Health | stances, would have little alter- Football, Queen's Park at | the Fire Brigade is not ae Winseecae , ‘ oe erga sae
— native but to support the officer | j SUU Pam ¢ , | strength, it 1* sheer folly to per-|P@'t of Alberta's growing social services,
He served as a member of the Legislative | who aa rere ~ Se were ene Coen mit such a condition to continue {school grants and road improvements. The
Council for many years and retired after | fo" ‘hat officer's authority would ili 93 , Government reassurance on this} municipalities will receiv ‘oer tax rev
being President, vanish should the verdict be Philip at 7.30 p.m. matter will be welcomed with re- cipalities too will TEOeaye larger tax rev-
5 . changed, and a transfer to dis- lief. enues as a result of the oil bonanza.

British A

Sir Oliver Harvey, British Am-
bassador in Paris is appealing for

help for a good cause—“In spite
of recent appeals and generous
donations” he writes “the finan-

cial state of Hertford British Hos-

pital in Paris is critical, The his-
tory of the hospital is interesting
and is in a sense bound up with
the Entente Cordiale.

Anglo-French friendship even
in the early nineteenth century
led to the establishment of a large
British colony in Paris. So much

» that in 1871 Sir Richard Wall-

ce, the distinguished art patron,
who was also much interested in
social welfare. invited the British
Embassy in Paris to assist him in
setting up a hospital there for the
nedical and surgical treatment of
poor British subjects. In 1879 the
hospital was opened in the pres-
ence of the Prince of Wales. who
later as Edward VII played such
a prominent part in Anglo-
Fi 1 relati

Ri

British subjects
and members of
Embassy. The hospital was named
by the Wallace family after the
Marquis of Hertford, from whom
Sir Richard inherited his posses-
sions Sir Richard had lived
through the siege of Paris, and
it was the medical and ambul-
ance service which he introduced
at that critical moment in the his-
tory of France: that led him to
found this British Hospital for the
care of British subjects in Paris

living in Paris
the staff of the

During the last soventy years
the hospital has made every effort
to keep abreast of the times, and
in its services to-day is providing
far more facilities to British sub-
jects than was foreseer by its
founder, Commensurately. the gap
between expenditure and regeipts

has inevitably widened; the orig-
inal donation, which seventy years
ago provided a steady income
sufficient to cover the cost of
maintenance, is n¢ ufficient for
less than two montt expenditure
in every year. Neverthele the
t has played its part vali



of old and destitute patients and
a modern maternity block. Up-to-
date theatre facilities, supported
by X-ray services, a large out-
patients’ department, including a
dental section. and British resi-
dent doctors supported by a long
list of distinguished French con-
sultants, complete the services of
the foundation, which. with its
charming garden, make the hos-
pital not only a model of its kind
but a haven for the sick. The fully
qualified nursing staff are British,
and the homely English atmos-
phere so successfully created by
their devotion provides relief to
English people overcome by sick-
ness in a foreign land.

The needs of British subjects in
post-war conditions have added
to the financial burden of the hos-
pital, and in recent years twice as
many patients have called upon
it than was the case before the



war. Even the latest step in An-
glo-French relations, the recipro-
al social security agreement, has
uided to rather than reduced the
hospital's fina al This

t x t€ the free

J

Fr ‘ subjects
there 1 per s than six

} ¢ travel for

eir onl pr







attention in Paris in an English— _
atmosphere lies in the Hertford

Hospital. , OUR READERS SAY:

The Hospital has to anal and ridicule and vilify anyone
£45,000 annually. The income Strings who points out our lack of com-
from appeals, donations. paying To, The Editor, The Advocate, monsense and imminent peril,

patients and from French official
sources in respect of those pa-

tients who may come under the U.S. has voted to refuse Marshall Yet, we fail to see that that
French social insurange scheme Aid to Britain if Ireland remains ‘semper eadem’ organization—the
was last year £35,000. This partitioned. historic enemy of liberty—is as

year's estimated deficit, therefore,
amounts to £10,000, and it is a
gap which for ever widens, since
the constant increase in the cost



of living, while adding to the and who is not blindly bigoted which without doubt is fighting

charge of the hospital's mainten- will realize the source and men- Communism tooth and nail; we

ance, makes it at the same time ace of the lonnying which caused must pass over its hideous re-

more and more difficult for gen- this decision. cord. ancient and modern; we

erous patron; to maintain their Why is it that if we are fighting must, in other words, again make

contributions. one evil, eg Nazi Germany, a mariage de convenance with

which may be in de: conflict this enticing body. But let us be-

Unless this gap can be bridged, with another possib] e evil, ware if in taking her to our heart

there will be no course for the e g., Communistic we we do not receive a deadly stroke.

hospital but to close its doors. wretched humans pron take Poor Northern Irelanders—may

This is unthinkable; the senti- such worse evil to our ex~ God pity you.

mental, prestige and practical ‘ar- tol its supposed the sky READER.

guments for keeping the hospital

open are overwhelming. The gap,

therefore aust be closed. I n > eRe : ;

ae tat ‘British ve opie aaa @ LETTERS which are signed with s nom—de—plume, but un

where will respond accompanied by the customary bona fides, will be ignored.

Many such reach the Editor’s desk each week. and readers
are again reminded of the necessity for the writer’s name to

Contributions may be sent



the Ambassador, C/o the Secre-
tary, Hertford Hospital, 48, rue be known
Villers. Levallois, Seine.”

Ambassador In Paris in Mileeioake For Hospital —

SIR, --A Committee
House of Representatives in the

Can this insulting gerrymander-
ing be attributed to Communism?
The answer is a blank no. Anyone
with half a head on his shoulders

ance of good faith.







the

of Such is the reason for our pre-

sent ewenes with Communism

much a danger to our way of life
as Communism; the proof is in the
eating, as to-day’s news bears out.
Yes, we must praise this body








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MARCH 31, 1950

Pleads Not Guilty To |
‘Manslaughter Charge |

ALFRED PRESCOD, a young Christ Church lad plead-

“not guilty” of manslaug!

: vesterday.
sions Ye Lodge R
5 Mosely on Oage
Leonard Mosel:
- 1949.

st. Andrew
16 Yrs. Old

CHRISTIAN KELLMAN,
better known as “Ma Pat”, of
Garden, St. Andrew, is still

. at the age of 116
she js the wife of the late
Seevelt Kellman who died
t 12, 1902.
on Aug ellman has over 120 grana
reat-grand children but is at
present living with her two
ters, Teresa Kellman, her
child, who is 73 aur oe
trice Springer, who 1s 08,
= om a son who was killed in
South Africa in 1927. aie
The Rector of. St. Saviours
Church administers Holy Com-
munion to her at her home regu-

larly.

EFERRING TO a letter in Our
R Readers Say of Wednesday’s
Advocate, under the head “Gyra-
tory”, Col. R. T. Michelin, Com-

joner of Police, told the “Ad-
yecate’” yesterday that at present
it is not possible to have the gy-
ratory traffic system in Trafalgar

as “Jetter suggested to the
joner a gyratory system

in Trafalgar Square by eliminat-
“ing all cross traffic in the Square.
The Commissioner said that while
js appreciated that it certainly
4n ideal system for traffic to go
“one way around Trafalgar Square
wita no intersection streams, the

He is charged with killing 21-year-old

—
«Ya Pat’? Of



ee
Le

|

Ae

iter at the Court of Grand Ses-|

oad on the night of October 31.|

Mosely died at the General Hos-
pital on the morning of November
1, about an hour after he had been









BARBADOS ADVOCATE







Sir JohnHutson
Laid To Rest

THE body of Sir John Hutson
Kt, O.B.E., V.D., B.A., M.B.,
C.M., D.P.H., was laid to rest
yesterday evening at the family
burial place to the Northern end
of the Cathedral. |

At 5 p.m., the corpse arrived ||
at the Western gate of the Cathe- | |
dral from where it was borne into
the Cathedral for funeral service. |

Bearing the body were Hon.









PAGE FIVE







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rushed, there suffering fro g nC. leon aC -
ound in the caette us tis inner oe a c MG. ‘6 BE
re- . C.M.G., OB.E.,
act Hon. G. D. L. Pile, O.BE,, Dr.
the story is that there had been Charles Manning, Dr. Lindsay °
a fight between Prescod and Mose- Se ene ee 00 ing
ly who carries Wie Wektiemne ot a W. E. Tucker, Mr. George R.
“Sammy Geese”, and that Mosely ne . .
ots —. yeas in the coursé at the Seowel ics his Private Sée- For
of the fight. un y his Private Sec-
His Honour the Chief Justice is ee oe oe }
presiding over the eet teat! Sree ces: Sanene: aati
cod’s counsel is Mr. D. H. a eae
aoe aos Counsel is Mr. eauty
W. W. Reece, K.C., Solicit -|
W. | or Gen Car Damaged
The case continues to-day. i
‘ Evidence . : m
- — to take the stand was Dr. : settee
A. 5. Cato. He said that on No- eae —
vember 1, 1949, he had performed] THIS MOUND OF FLOWERS marks Sir i AB d: i
) S marks » spot where Sir John Hutson was laid st y y i 6 m
«Dos jmhgrem examahation aol cee cin ng ecm the spo Wr ce Se eee aid to rest yaunecey: damaged wien, it page Age pb ed- ime
sonard Mosely of Lode ons. ; ed in an accident with t lorry
corel Chureh. Death had oun nae ae ene a eee 1 od ye Rg, “ariven
red. elght aie s . In the written statement he 1 1 P | An H In y Art >
red elght to twelve hours before| said more than one person hea| oucemen our im along Delghtens Roede St pparel ?
sia. wound over the centre of the eee — a ag STS < “ CT
forehead three quarters of : Fi tgs ee ta dietemal vain 2 Anatol G db .
long, quarter of an inch wide, and gations that “Sammy Geese” had | ay 00 ye ‘riven by R. McKenzie, Victoria YOU SHOULD = INSPE THESE
extending down to the bone. ae a hort h ee Or sword: | Sorte “ob! Mike ak Unene Gake
As turin: of te Ee re e had heard thay “Sammy Geese” | h F perty of Payne of Upper Colly- i
out fae lying on “eae a Belge 77 bt a girl called Ruby oO e orce ! € Ss more Rock. , . oe en LADIES NYLON NIGHTDRESSES
brain was exposed. Left frontal ae © never Heed. that "EST f istri AN Adv eporser, Vv
was exposed. Le “emmy Geene” Ned treectens| YESTERDAY at Distriet ‘a’|, A err Teens: Wee i
lobe was pierced over an area of rae IAG: “URPRSFONES | Police Stat wath | inspecte alleys .eading ' S 2 ei ; ;
one and a quarter inches by a ee are cere aeceager™ \oe Bosker et oo “a a broad Street. ives. sabe = Schooner Brings Firewood individually and ‘make ideal at de sigue
; ‘ ji pcaree tenn statement had been taken fr : ce Sergeants as well as ; wey cae tal :
Sects taeetnae ne ‘the Belgrave. He was not sevesabiole former. : Sergeants, who. retired |1}50 yesterday ‘morning founc “Prince eds cated vukene
murface aid Medal Se tie breil had mentioned the dagger, ; Many years ago, gathered | the following:— rincess Louise’ called yester- LADIES’ ART SILK NIGHTDRESSES

The impression that he had got!

The lungs were c s é ;
BS congested, and the} quying his investigations was that |

right lung was distended with air,

together to bid farewell to four of |

: Lukes Alley; A wayside market
their compatriots who are retir-| where hawkers sell vegetables

The heart and abdominal organs the row between “Sammy Geese’ | ng and others who are pending|and fruit. Rotten oranges anu
were normal. There was some and the girl had taken place be-| *et!rement. tomatoes scattered around. Trays
infection in the right kidney fore the accused came into the | ; Those retiring were Sgt. Eleock|nearly in the centre of the road-

Death had been due to cerebral affair. It was alleged that “Sammy | bac 9 for 40 years 4]/way. Banana skins, pea husk

> e Pi r er , Ir 1 > i , st
haemorrhage and laceration of | @®es” Cleveland Jones and Rey-| Months. He joined the Force in| cabbage leaves, cocoanut shells

nold Phillips had
together that night.

the brain. A sharp pointed instru- been walking

ment used with considerable force

March 1910 and was promot
\ ; a s ed to| and zaret boxes b
Sergeant in 1935. In 1944 he was ee ier Gua ones

around in the gutters. Push. carts







HE LOSS of two shirts valued
$10.50 was reported by Beryl
Blackman of Hartes Gap, Christ

Church. She stated that the shirts |

were removed from a bleaching
Spot near her residence on Tues-

A CANE FIRE of unknown ori-
gin broke out
Plantation, St. Philip, at about
12.15 p.m. on Wednesday and des-
troyed three and a half acres of
second crop ripe canes, The canes
are the property of Messrs. M. and
B, Smith of Thicketts, St. Philip,
and were insured,
N ACCIDENT

occurred at

about 12.15 p.m. on Wednes- |

on Hincks Street between
motor lorry M-876, owned by M.
. Harrison of Fontabelle, and
driven by Darlington Phillips of
Black Rock, and another lorry,
owned by Kendal Plantation and
driven by Osbert Pucker:ng of
Guinea Hill, St. John.
The right front fender of Kend-
8 lorry was damaged.

_ ‘BUS, driven by
les Hinds of First Avenue,

Kew Land, and a horse drawn
cart, owned and driven by Benja-

min Jordan of Bush Hall, were |

involved in an accident on Bank

Hall Cross Road at ab:
s ad at about 4.00 p.m.
on Wednesday. '

HE PREMIERE Lawn Tennis |

Club will be holding a
Yamble Sale to-morrow, April 1,
: the Bethel School House, Bay
treet at 2.00 pm. The funds are

Bet water

wi, facilities for the}
CAR O—50 owned by Mr.
Clyde

Cane of Andrews
aetocy and driven by Miss
ha cent Walker was involved in
eet on Mount Wilton
With a bicycle ridden by
gr Marshall of Spa, St. Joseph.
to Marshall was later taken
General

Hospital and

(Getain

left headlamp of the car
smashed while the
extensively damaged
Rirttticnmecenineen

Obituary:
Fett

Mrs. EF. Langevine |

The death of Mrs. Elmira Flor-







oh: angevine, wife of the late|in his ‘@»cket because he waS 4] ier the show at the Plaza
her res Langevine, took place at | gardenet ld have Mosely started to beat his girl
Well; Sidence on Tuesday last in) To Mr. Ward: It would 2a¥e} it, hag a sword in his hand. |
‘ngton Street taken a reasonable degree of ene Prescod came up after the fight
angevi > 1 : * a not hear
sangevine, wh tit nflict the thigh wounc ater Street He did not |!
the age of 84. \ who died at|to i iflic the lip could have been | in Wat F aererescod say anythin
. but lett’ Was born in Barba- | injury ~ the e Mosely and <
; it at an early age to| caused by a cu . . to each other
e in British Guiana hee br. J. A. Walcott, Government aot time I saw Prescod, he
bang wement of her second hus- | Bacteriologist, said that on = was going in the direction of
. me 2 E Lang ¢ ~ ‘ 1949 at 1 p.m ne - dee ye Mosely vho wa
x : “ sangevine of | vember Lote ae 2c | Nurse’s hop q s
= B.G. Postal Servic n 1913,|/ceived the clothing from PC}! alking with us went to Prescod
M both returned + . ‘ nar * Br ynie He also received the us i oad I hear you want to}
rs. La si ve { Sa s< from each side; anc sam acted ta. faht
Membs- neeVine was a « ted |k Scrapings from e€é ‘at me’. They started to fight
ber of “" , 1@ Was ievoted knife — vhere the blade en- | beat me , ne Mosely 2
See te: re Anglican Church | of the bia e Ww F the handle and| As they fought Mi ,
chaei’s aoe ached to the St Vi ere P self sug- versing and Pre Bead _
Came a oe ‘ the |ing. I saw Prescod jeav
, pact uw r ac tne
Schoo} On i f 1 «Su Si the un d wn th
later retired sy . Be as stumbling and
TMained : u OW EVE é é for all
> 8d &@ memho, » ao ok I i j i : : eaente . g
Mion unti) hee oe ee Mothers vE a ha Ward I went to
Very faith rer ce : P on nade his | Felton Legall. Mosel



Of whe ES
Hom atiende i her funeral

at Fortesque |

bicycle |

Howard to Skeete Hill where the
He

Geese”

the servants’ room and arrested
him. There was a knife on a table
in the room and accused handed it
to him,

accused had been arrested.
had not known “Sammy
before.

To Mr. Ward: The three peo-'
ple whom he had seen in the road
where deceased was lying were
Reynold Phillips, his brother and
Cleveland Jones.

Reynold Phillips, 16-year -old
lad said he had been at the
Plaza Theatre, Oistin on October |

Wounded

Blood was coming from a wound
}on the mouth of the accused and
there were blood stains on his
clothes. When accused handed
him the knife, he told him that
}himself and the deceased “Sammy
Geese” had a fight in Lodge Road,

his aed ee ‘when he . + pag together about
BEE cone — On xenettns ; a ures
When the accused had made ean. ahi “Taahlen, Phillips.

these statements, accused had been

tne 7¢) y t SE t ZO
informed that he was charged with Phillips went down a gap to £0)

> y srossed the
| murder, Later, he had sonrennny ee ae “y hear you
a P ne > a . La 4 :
| charged the accused, and cautionec want to beat me”. Mosely

him. Accused had made a volun-
tary statement.

At 11 a.m., witness continued, he
saw the body of Mosely at the
! Hospital. Accused saw it also.
The knife and clothing had been
taken by P.C. Brown to Dr. Wal-
cott, Government Bacteriologist. | tne
= aa accompanied wand return- | Shortly after, he saw the seouene
Wy ino oes e Tr » articles in| running down the road. He hac
ie he oe 7 something in his hand that shone
oe ae hed smrdmitted at the! but he did not know what it was.

Accuse a é

4 ao “Mosely came stumbling to-|
Sub-station that the felt hat was ‘wards me quickly after’’ witness |

“Joosed” a cuff at Prescod. The}
cuff caught Prescod and the twv
started to struggle. Prescod was
retreating, battling all the time

Mosely was advancing. |

He (witness) had swung dow!
gap that leads to his home
















juts ‘ ‘ said, “Then he fell down in the
| Examination road. My brother had gone
| pr. EL. Ward said that he had] yome, but after he heard the
on November 1, 1949, examined] oise he came out +29
the accused at Oistin’s Sub-station To Mr Ward: Before the}
| He had a lacerated wound quarter | incident occurred he had seen)

of an inch long and fairly deep a} the accused while a quarrel was

aan, of > ; etween Mosely and
the right corner of the mouth.] going on between sel;
It took two stitches. There W@S}| gir] friend. The quarrel had
also a swelling of the lip in the} taken place down by Durant’s |
same area. The upper right incis-] Gap,

There was

jor tooth was loosened. right

| a superficial laceration of the
side of the lower lip.

| There was an incised wound on
the left thigh. It was about a
cuarter of an inch long, and an
eighth of an inch deep It took
j one stitch.

The accused had

Did Not Hear
“Someone had pushed me, and}

I went on accused. He pushed
me off. I did not see Mosely go
up to accused and challenge
him. Mosely had a dagger in his
belt. I did not hear Adolphus |

told him that} prewster tell Mosely to watch|



borne the heat and burden of the} this he still insists that the Sani-

Force in the old days but their} tary Department should employ
work was well performed a regular Alley Staff to keep the
He said that they would re-| bye alleys, which branch out

ceive Discharge Certificates from | from Broad Street, clean.
of Police, to;
they owed af
He next asked}
to present the}

the Commissioner

W initiative
debt of gratitude
the Commissioner
Certificates.
Before the

hose

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Commissioner said, “It gives me
great pleasure at one of the most dadeeed %
| unique functions in any Police _THE island's supply of butter
Force in the world, to present was increased by 1,696 cases
these Certificates” tinned butter from Melbourne anc|
He said that why he termed|®5 cases of peanut butter from
the function unique is because| Brisbane — both Australian ports
they were saying good-bye to 11] the arrival here of steam-
men who have rendered a totai| Sip “Kaipaki” on Wednesday.
amount of 271 years in Police This shipment, which has ar-
Service, which is a record. rived just in time for the Easte!
Good Service | Holidays, will somewhat ease the
He pointed out that the retir- | Present aa apne Sepeelt
ng Sergeants had rendered good ee tind Sot cg f
ervice to the island and although’, nO) seepees COngO most of
they were wishing them good- /Which arrived here from Austra-
bye to “Police Uniform” they lia wa mainly made up of meat
would still be connected with | About 260 cases of cheese wis
them outside the Force. [BROnS the supplies taken at Mel-
He said that the Police of to~ | bourne. Egg pulp, mutton, as-
day are encountering a “bed )j | Paragus soup and vegetable soups,
roses” but in that period when | Canned peas, beans and carrots,
these Sergeants started, condi- 22mples, icecream mix, canned
tions were more difficult, but — en a en ee
»y came through “top.” | oe
% aid that toe Police Force | Brom ret agin b brisket, beet
esch. mamiier Titat DOMens that | panned ee skinned rabbits and
| joyalty to the Force and without | fron, ohne come, white nny
2 mm brisbane were beel, veil,
that they could not ucceed.|jamb, mutton, chickens, duck
These men have shown that they icrops, ribs, hams, Bolonga sausa-
possess that loyalty and he hoped | ges crystallised ginger, honey,
that the younger men would | pudding and pastry mixture,
learn a lesson and follow in their}custard powder, vanilla essence,
footsteps,” he said culinary colours and salted pea-
He said that it is his endeavour | nuts.
to improve as much as possible On its way here it stopped at
the conditions of the Force for the| Trinidad where it loaded 100
men serving in it but that has to/tierces of oranges for this port,
Local agents are Messrs Da Costa

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@ on page 7 & Co., Ltd.









accused said he carried the knife
"











@ on pase 7

there had been three persOMS} himself or he would bring him-
| against him, beating him. That he} -ci¢ in trouble.

had been getting the worst of it.) Further questioning by the
land that he had taken the ie Court revealed that the weapon
lout of his pocket and = had which deceased = alleged to|
} < , them The knife hé ave had in his belt was more}
Said of and cut him in the Be Thee than a dagger |
thigh. He had been sent to hos- Next witness was Cleveland}
| pital for a tetanus injection. The} yones. He told the Court that}

down by Water Street that night)

‘ VI @M cleans everything

smoothly and

av een line

_D. D. Pay ¢ a 99| awarded the Colonial Police ng
yeason why intersecting streams |could have caused the injury—|q nee eae 1 Service Meteo! Police Long] siowing up the passage up and \
me at present allowed is to re-|such an instrument as the knife in})eon brought to i Cansni te He Sgt. R. Skeete joined the|2oWwm the ‘alley of pedestrians. We have just received a
move the congestion of traffic} Court, ., . |was deeply shocked and connalebe | Force in July 1918 He wae a Alley badly in need of a washing. Beautiful assortment of . . .
goross the Victoria Bridge which} To Mr. Ward: On considering |} had a punctured ‘wound in the| Moted to Sergeant in 1932 ais Bolton Lane: Grass and other
would result if there was no cut) the injury I thought of a stronger | contre of the forehead. He was| in 1935 he was awarded ‘the |Shrubbery growing in the gutter
the Chamberlain Bridge, | looking instrument than the knife) 4m ce eS Penal ee desea (> ; Saline To oe i |but otherwise very clean
across ees ‘ ‘ admitted to a ward where it was: Colonial Police Long Service : °
He pointed out that if a stronger shewn me, reVeE ‘ a -shitial id was Meds abba 3 Manchester Lane: Paper ana
e po! ; ; . ing Doris Mosely h Rha id revealed that the spinal fluid was Medal. He received the bar to! b
and wider Victoria Bridge was ae a 7 nee mot Rie iy ny €-} pure blood instead of being a clear| this medal in 1944, carts. Hawxers blocking “tHe: en NOVELTIES
erected in place of the present one, | ceased, said she lived at Pilgrim, | uid. He died about an hour after-| Sgt. Ivan Tho , trance at Broad Street
F (Pia Psa shia we a - g n hompson, who is}
well then, by all means the gyra-| Christ Church. The deceased used} \ ards, | well known for his activities jn| “aneaster Lane: Three blocks |; ,
tory system would be put into} to on at Lodge Road. She saw Doubtful ce Whanee ae oy ane Pl of te Wa dicaath anaias (Hand Painted)
jon” nim alive about 3 p.m, on October . Tia By hh Nm daaiae de Ot eae ; Te aie a
ee cabber to a question about|31. Next Bie a got 4 message}. Shown the knife in Court, Dr.| Joined the Force in 1913 and was which formerly contained Silver With the Crest of the...
more Car Patks, the Commissioner | and went to the Hospital. There Payne said he was doubtful about| Promoted to Sergeant in 1938. | Mints and Polish. Broken coke anc UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
said that the question of providing | she saw him lying dead. She had that having caused the injury. | as was awarded the Colonial|soda bottles. Donkey-cart parkec WEST INDIES
more parking areas is still a mat- | identified the body. She knew the To Mr. Ward: The wound| Police Long Service Medal | in| in the centre of the roadway. | and also with the Crest of
fr for consideration for the accused. He worked where she| save the impression that the} 1948 and up to the time of retire-| Liverpool Lane: Fairly clean BARBADOS :
authorities concerned worked—at Balls Plantation. Tha|imstrument used was more like ment he has served 35 years, $|except for a few pieces of paper 5 : :

; deceased was also an agricultural } 29 ice pick. months ; : | blowing around. The perfect Memento to
WENTY-ONE-YEAR-OLD Mr.} worker, Cpl. Goring corroborated the| Joined in 1914 | Higginson Lane: One of the | send to that friend abroad
Geoffrey Allen, second son of To Mr. Ward: The accused had] evidence given by L/Sgt. How-| _Sgt. J. Brathwaite joined the |most untidy alleys, Door and win or at home.

Mr. William Allen of Clevedale,|not been working at Balls when ard. So did P.C. 164 Goring.| Force in September 1914 soon | dow shutters placed at the Broad HANDBAG PURSE
Black Rock, was injured on Wed-| the incident occurred. P.C. Ethelbert Sargeant told|after the beginning of World]Street entrance and forming a BOOK MARKER
nesday evening after he fell from| L/Sgt. Howard, in charge of the Court he had accompanied| War I. He was promoted to|blockage. Bits of card. A large POCKET KNIFE (in case)
a beam at the West Indian Dis-| Oistin’s Sub-Station said that] Mosely to the Hospital. | Sergeant in 1946 and in 1945 he| quantity of discarded boxes and SHOPPING PURSE
‘filleries. He was taken to the] about midnight on October 31, he} Allan Forde, an Island Consta-| was arded the Colonial Police | pills | KEY CASE
General Hospital in an uncon-|went to Lodge Road and saw aj ble, said he had been going along ng Service Medal. | The Commissioner of Police LOOSE LEAF NOTE BOOK
scious condition and detained. , | man lying flat on his back in the ie nage in the night of ng the gathering were|told the Advocate yesterday that HAIR Gin LIST
It is understood that he fell];oad, He was bleeding from the} October 31, he heard the noise} for Sgt. Major ‘Brikie”’ | ; . atieah es S. Mies. cravat é iRIPS
while exercising and struck the|pead. Cpl. Goring and P.C. 195] of people’s voices. He saw the’ Good 1, who retired during Col foe vatioar rs! ae Basra POCKET MANICURE
back of his head on the cemented | Sargeant were there, and theyjaccused running towards him,| Dickens’ peri Sgts. Marshali,', ee ne ’ ’ ZIPP PURSE (2 kinds)
marece ? : " : ret : », the hawkers are forced to move STAINLES ;
floor. lifted the man into the police van.| and the accused ran into Plum rd and Clarke. Major A. R.] : } : “ESS KNIFE in case
He is articled to the firm of] He had found a brown felt hat|Tree Gap. He (witness) convin- Mrs. Michelin were] from highways and go into these|}); COMB (in case)
Messrs, Yearwood & Boyce, Solici-}on the spot. The hat was stained] ued up the road. Further up, hej also present | alley ways to sell, \{{ SHOE HORN (in case)
tors of James Street. with blood. saw three people, and lying in Warrant Officer Springer, who|, On the other hand a member of |\\} SEWING SET
. At 4.30 a.m. next morning, he] the road was a man whom he| acted Chairman, introduced | ‘t¢, community told the Advocate TRAY PURSE (2 kinds)
m8 UNDERSTOOD that went to the house of Mr. P. A.|tried to rouse. The man said|Col. R. T. Michelin, Commis-| at even if these hawkers ar FOLDING RULE
David Forde of Horse Hill, St.| Gjarke at Skeete Hill, Christ} nothing. He got in touch with! sioner of Police, who presented forced to sell in the alleys, th eer eae Cee
Joseph was injured when he fell) Giurch, accompanied by P.C.| the Police. the Discharge Certificates. War-| filthy conditions sometimes hav: MANICURE SET
from a motor lorry on Tamarind’ Gare’ and Island Constable} Witness continuing told of! rant Officer Springer said that|to be attributed to the Broa MATCH BOX COVER
Hall Road on Tuesday. forde . nd the accused in| having accompanied L/Sgt.; these retiring Sergeants had| Street Strres. Apart from all « CARD CASE
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BARBADOS CIVIL SERV
ASSOCIATION on
DIVISION III
All subordinate members of the Gov-
ernment Service are asked to note that
there will be a special meeting held at
the Town Hall on Saturday ist April, at
1.30 p.m. to which they are asked te
make a special effort to attend.
AGENDA
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A. BE. LEwiISs,
20.9.50—2n. Divisional Secretary
NOTICE
BARBADOS.
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF

APPEAL.

Re Workmen's Compensation Act, 1943

Notice is hereby given that James
Harris of Clevedale Blask Rock in the
parish of Saint Michael, employed bs
Mr. Norman D. Ellis as a quarry labour
er was injured by falling stones over-
hanging the quarry in which he w.
working and died as a result of the sai

injuries and that Compénsation ha:
been paid into Court.
All the Dependants of the above

named deceased are hereby required to
‘ppear at the above-named Court on
Wednesday the 5th day of April 1950
at 10 o'clock a.m.
Dated this 27th day of March 1950.
T. V. GILKES
Ag. Clerk A.C.A.

p50
NOTICE

Estate of
SAMUEL HAMPDEN
Deceased
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all
persons having any debt or claims against
the Estate of Samuel Hampden late o
Baxters Road in the City of Bridgetown
in this Island, Baker, who died in th
Tsland on the 5th day of September 19
intestate, are requested to send in par
ticulars of their claims duly attested t
the undersigned GEORGE HENT*
WILKIE, C/o G. Li. W. Clarke & Co
Solicitors, James Street, Bridgetown, o
or before the 28th April 1950, after wh!
date I shall proceed to distribute the
oscets of the deceased among the partie
entitled thereto having regard only
such claims of which I shall then have
had notice and I will not be liable fo
the assets or any part thereof so
distributed to any person of whose debt
or claim I shall not then have had notice
And all persons indebted to the salr
Fstate are requested to settle their in-
debtedness without delay.
Dated this 25th day of February 19°0
GEORGE ‘YY WILKIE,
Qualified Administrator of the Estate
of Samuel Hampden, deneares.
25.2 50--4





Re Estate of
MARY FRANCES MILLER
Deceased
NOTICE is hereby given that all per-
sons having any debt or claim against
or affecting the Estate of Mary Frances
Miller, deceased, tate of School Lane,

Halls Road, in the parish of Saint
Michael in this Island, Spinster, who
died at School Lane aforesaid on the
17th day of January 1950, are requested
to send in particulars of their claims
duly attested to the undersigned Edith
Viola Blenman C/o Messrs Haynes &
Griffith, Solicitors, No. 2 Swan Street,
Bridgetown, on or before the 3ist day of
May, 1960. after which date I shall pro-
ceed to distribute the assets of the de-
ceased among the parties entitled there-
to having regard only to such claims of
which I shall then have had notice and
I will not be liable for the assets or any
part thereof so distributed to any person
of whose debt or claim I shall not then
have had notice.

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

Dated this 18th day of March 1950.

EDITH VIOLA BLENMAN

Qualified Executrix of the will of
MARY FRANCES MILLER Soe. e
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SALES





AUCTION

By instructions I will sell at Cable and
Wireless yard, St. Lawrence Gap, on
Thursday next 30th March, beginning at
1 o'clock, a collection of Short Pine

, several block stones,
a eatisetion of te Tables suitable for

a collection of Pine
displaying semples or making school
desks. Some are 10 ft. long my 2 ft, wide

veral cupboard 7x5; chairs, boxes, (5)
gasolene drums (3) Lawn Mowers, (i)
Lister Pump & Steel tank capacity 150
gallons and onerel je interest.

T
D'ARCY SCOTT.

24,3.50.—5n.

REAL ESTATE

“SEASIDE COTTAGE, good ioaae
. Phone 3

near town, going cheap 31 3.50—2n



“a
VICTOR COT, River Road, standing on
7,250 sq. feet of land. It has closed gal-
lery, drawing and dining room (2)
rooms, W.C. and Beth. I
stone with the roof covered with galvan-
ise and shingles. It is within easy reach
of all the schools and Bridgetown: | Jy.
ossession im y.
Bus fare. Vacant p DARCY SCOTT.
Magazine Lane.
24.3.50.—4n.
A
AT the office of the undersigned c
Friday next 3ist instant at 2 p.m. §
public competition
ance Co; —
197 shares BARBADOS FIF
1299 shares BARBADOS ICE co. :
70. shares SHIPPING
TRADING CO. LIMITED...
43 shares WEST INDIA RUM REFINER
CARRINGTON & SEALY

LTD

It is built of

!

Ward E lected

Churchwarden
For Christ Church

| m Pi
| ytembers of the Christ Church
—s yesterday paid tribute to
oy able manner in which Mr
)G- C. Ward had performed nis
aduties as Churchwarden of the
parish during the past year

Mr. C. M. Dra
Outgoing Church

en aa that the
> warden h

ee aexably 800d work sues
mw report did not show every-
t ing he had done and they as
Vestrymen Were very pleased with
the way in which he had conduct-
ed the affairs of the parish.

Mr. F. C Goddard
; » Cy also s
in glowing terms of the or
which Mr. Ward had carried out
his duties as Churchwarden,

Mr W
members

proposed
the

ard after thanking the
for their kind remarks

Mr H. St. G. Wa
new Churchwarden, oe

Hon'ble A. G. Gittens seconded,
and this was unanimously carried

Mr. H. St. G, Ward then thank-
ed the outgoing Churchwarden fo.
proposing him and the Vestry fou
unanimously electing him, He said
that he realised that this year
was going to be a very difficult
one owing to the abolition of the
Occupancy Tax, but he hoped that
they could make things go on
tairly smoothly if every one
would co-operate as was done sn
the past,

Keen Interest

_ Referring to the _ outgoing
Churchwarden, he said that he

never got ruffled and took a keen
interest in the running of the
affairs of the parish and he

commended him for the work ne
had_ done,

Mr. Ward then proposed Me.
C, S, McKenzie and Mrs. H. A.
Talma

P _ as senior and junior
Guardians respectively.
Mr. Drayton felt that Mr.

Goddard should serve as junior
Guardian and made a motion to
that effect.

Mr. Goddard thanked Mr.
Drayton for nominating him but
declined owing to his many
onerous duties at the time.

Mr. McKenzie and Mrs, Talma
were therefore elected Guardians,

The Vestry passed the annual
grant of £100 tor Sanitation and
repairs at the Elementary Schools,
to be allocated by the Director ul
Education.

The Vestry passed a resolution
| to obtain a temporary loan of not
more than $7,200.00 from Barclay’s
Bank, to run the parish until taxes
are received,

Members present were: Rev.
A. F. Mandeville (Chairman), Mr,
H. St.G Ward (Churchwarden),
Mr. G. C. Ward, Hon’ble A. G.
Gittens, Mr. C. M. Drayton, Mr.
Bourne, Mr. F. C. Goddard, M.C.P.,
| Mr. A, M. Jones, Mr. C. B. Brand-
ford, Mr. J. E. Websver, Mr, C.
Ifill, Mr. Victor Chase, Mr, H.
Garnes, Mr. C. S. McKenzie.

‘Publie Sales-Contd. |









REAL ESTATE

HOUSE—One board and shingle house |
with two bedrooms standing on about Ye
acre of land situate in Sea View Hill near |
Lascelles Plantation. Priced to sell. Cash ;
or easy terms. See HAROLD PROVERBS
& CO., LTD. 23.3.50,—e,0.d.5n.



We will offer for sale to public com- }
petition on Friday the 31st day of March |
1950, at 2 p.m. at our office James Street.
The Messuage Dwelling house and shop
situate at Tudor Street, Bridgetown
idjoining The Egolf Church standing on
2156% square feet of land.

This property which is built of stone
comprises a shop to the front and
esidence consisting of five rooms to th
back.

Electricity and Government wate:

For inspection apply on the premises
o the tenant any day.

For further particulars apply to:—

HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD,
Solicitors, James Street,
17.3. 50—8)









1 DWELLING HOUSE with 1,480 square
feet of land situate at Spruce Street,
Bridgetown.

DWELLING HOUSE with 2,200 square

feet of land situate at Wellington

Street, Bridgetown.

3 A PARCEL OF LAND containing
1,180 square feet situate at Wellington
Street, Bridgetown.

The above are the properties of Cam-
eron L. Browne and will be set up for
sale by Public Competition at our Office,
No. 14 James Street Bridgetown on
Friday, 31st. March, 1950 at 2 p.m.

For inspection of the two above men-
tioned dwelling houses, apply to the re-
spective tenants.

YEARWOOD & BOYCE,
Solicitors,

8



24.3.50—8n.

eee EEE
BUNGALOW AT NAVY GARDENS
Built Dec. 1948. Cool quiet locality
Stone roofed Everite. Verandah. Draw,
ing, Dining and _ Breakfast Rooms
Kitchenette with built in larder and cup-
boards, toilet and tiled bath, 3 bedrooms
each with large presses and water
Garage, servants’ room, to let, bath, lime
breadfruit and other fruit trees, lawn
and yards good condition. Inspectior by
appointment only Archie Clarke P
4530. 8 to 4. 28,3.50





The undersigned will offer for sale :
their Office No. 17, High Street, Bridge- }
town, on Wednesday the 5th day of)
April 1950, at 2 p.m. . ‘i
ro desirable Ficnesow called “CHAR
LOTTE VILLE”, situate in Bridge Gap
Black Rock, with the land on which
stands, containing 29 perches, th
property of the late Miss Char lott
7as! ‘
Oot Bungalow contains 1 large pub
room, 2 bedrooms, enclosed and ope
Galleries, Lavatory and Bath, Electr
Light and Government Water Supply





For inspection aon, Mr. O'Don
aniel, 64 Tudor Street. é
=>? further particulars and Condi
ef Sale, apply to the undersigned :—
COTTLE, CATFORD 2 ee

oa

“SUNSET VIEW"—Rockley (Adjoin

ing BLUE 3.40

road facing the Bay with 13,40"
ee land ineluding the lan’
running to the water's

across the road verandah,

edge. The house contains
cae and dining rooms. three nee.
roams with running water, and 3)! ©
offices including kitchen with curb
Water, Electricity, and
installed. Garage and Servants roo
in yard

Inspection Mr
Bellamy :

The’ above will be_ set
competition. at the office
signed on Friday, the 2ist

at 2 p.m
Ji N & SEALY,
CARRINGTO Latas Strest.

any day—Phone 8365
up to public

of the under-
of April, 1950,

21,3.50—13n.



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whilst we have them !
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3 Boiling Burners and 1 Grill
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

!



In Carlisle Bay

IN PORT: Sch. Alexandrina R.. Sch. ata, S.S. Tapti. -
Lady Noeleen, Sch. Mary M. Lewis
Aux. Sch. Cachalot, Sch. Manuata, Sch ARRIVALS

D’Ortaec, Sch. Anita H., Sch Zata
Wonita, Sch. Emanuel C.’ Gordon, Sch
Freedom Fleary, Sch. Turtle Dove, Sch
Geraldine H Sch. Gardenia Ww

Sch. Princess Louise, M tons net,
Capt. Mitchell, from St. Lucia; Agents:
Seh. Owners’ Associatien.

S “ Sch. Felicia Monica, 56 tons net, Capt.
Sch. Blue Nose Mac, Sch. Hazell Scott, Joseph, from British Guiana; Agents:
Sch. Reginald N. Wallace, Sch. Manu- Sch. Owners’ Association.

IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION

CABLE And Wireless (West Indies) Elizabeth A. Flamigan: §.S. Norden,
Utd. Advise that they can negy com- 3,5. Brazil; S.S. Viggo Hansteen: §.S..
municate with the following ships Holbexg: S.S. Gerona: SS. Alcoa Clip-
through their Barbados Coast Station :— per: SS, Alcoa Pennant; S.S. Axgen-

tina: S/S. Golfito: S.S, Athelstane;

8.9. Alar, S.S. Yamgnota: S.S. Sprut: S.S. Sunrell; S.S. Planter: S.S, le De

S.S. Imperial Toronto: S.S. Chstor: Re: SS. Sunmont: S.S. Commedian
S.S. Mercator: S.S. Liberty: S.S. Tor- S.S. Dolores: S.S, Elizabeth: S.S
trance Hill: S.3. Mormaciand: S.S. Celestial: SS. Aleoa Pilgrim: S.S.
Sterns Mountain: S.S. Esso Cardiff: S.S. Alcoa Ranger.

\

DEPARTURES — BY B.W.1.A.L.
For Trinidad:

Mr. Roy Moll: Mr. Willian er:
Mrs. May Lauder: Mrs. Edith che
cock: Mrs. Ettie Seigert; Mr, at
Seigert; Mstr. John Seigert: Miss Carol
Seigert; Miss Lacy Medford: Mr. Wil-
liam Mullin. 4
For Cuidad Trujillo:

DEPARTURES
Sth. Philip H. Davidson: 87 tons net,
Capt. Sealy, for British Guiana; Agents:
Schooner Owners’ Association
Sch. Hazell Soott, 30 tons net, Capt.
Marks, for St. Vincent; Agents: Sch
Owners’ Association.
M.V. Caracas, 235 tans net,

? Capt
Vincent, for Trinidad; Agents: J. N

Har-



riman & Co., Lad. Mr. Vernon Speight: Mrs. Rosalyn
Speight . -

ARRIVALS — BY B.W.1.A.L Oe Lucia:

From Trinidad: Mr. Charles Chatxiler; Mr, Paul: Sar-

Alan Page; Hutchinson: Daniel Nieu- kis: Mr George Gonsalves;

mark; Swunders Waketield: Odessa Wil- For Antigua: é

diams: Viola Williams: John Widen My's. Beatrice White: Mrs Esther

Theresa Ramsumair; Terence Hawkins: Kern; Mr. Arthur Plews: Mr.s Mar-

Ramon Portillo: Joseph Judge: garet Plews; Mr. John Habrison;:

From St. Luria: For Jamaica:

_George Adams: Henry Belmar: James Mrs. Armande Carriere: Mr, Emest

Nicol: Enid Nicol: Carriere.



Stock Market Pleads Not Guilty
LONDON, March 29.

Dias eee oe Of Manslaughter

begun in the London Stock Ex-| @ from page 5
change to.day will be of three| in the head I went to the Police
weeks duration covering the Eas-| Sub-Station and reported it.”
ter holiday and ending on budget}. To Mr. Ward: After the first
aay—sufficient to keep market| {ght Mosely went on Durant’s
business at low level. Pasture. When he returned, he
Government economic survey 01 did not have the sword. He did
1950 was without material in-! 2° hear Mosely threaten coer
iluence on prices to-day and — Ky ~e — ere
movements were small and mixed. He ‘Mia toe ae ane = a
British funds were without not-} ¢, Mosely sce de. 6 44
sasteont teaneioamie ae, - ws Reynold Phillips added his brief
; S TecorG={ quota to the evidence. He had
ed. Industrials and breweries}not seen what had happened
were harder where changed anc] between Mosely and Prescod,
textiles were firm on some good At this stage the Court
provincial buying. adjourned until 10 a.m. today.













NOTICES

SHIPPING MASTER,

GOVERNMENT

APPOINTMENT OF HARBOUR AND
BARBADOS.

Applications are invited for the post of Harbour and Shipping
Master Barbados. °

Applicants must be the holder of a certificate as Master of a
foreign going ship, or must have attained the rank of Navigating
Lieutenant or any higher rank in His Majesty’s Navy.

The post is pensionable with salary at the rate of $3,840 per
annum.

Applications with copies of testimonials should be addressed to
the Colonial Secretary, Public Buildings, Bridgetown, and should
reach him not later than the 30th of April, 1950.

30,3.50—2n



Attention is drawn to the Defence (Control of Drug and Patent
and Proprietary Medicine Prices) (Amendment) Order, 1950 which
will be published in the Official Gazette of Thursday 30th March, 1950.

2. Under this Order the maximum retail selling prices of “Lydia
Pinkhams Compound” and “Phillips Milk of Magnesia” are as fol-
lows: —

“MAXIMUM
ITEM UNIT OF SALE | RETAIL PRICE
Lydia Pinkhams Compound Small size bottle 4 ” 990.
” ” ” Large ” ” 1.70
Phillips Milk of Magnesia 4 oz. bottle 36c.
” ” ” io: 7a 82c.

30.3.50—2n.



Atention is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence) (Amend-
ment) Order, 1950, No. 12 which will be published in the Official
Gazette of Thursday, 30th March, 1950.

2. Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling

prices of “Beef-Corned” are as follows: —





WHOLESALE
ARTICLE PRICE RETAIL PRICE
(not more than) (not more than)
Beef—Corned $17.66 per case

of 48 x 12 oz, tins
$4.42 per 12 tins
of 12 ozs. each.

40c, per 12 oz.
tin,

rR

30.3.50—2n,



TO MERCHANTS AND GOVERNMENT CONTRACTORS

Merchants and Government Contractors and other persons having
accounts against the Government are again reminded that payment
of all such accounts should be claimed on or before the 31st of March, |
1950, at the Treasury.

2. Failure to do this will lead to delay in the payment of the
claim.



28.3.50.—2n.

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11 Policemen | Captain Suspended
Say Goodbye | cuitegty Capit
To The Force

his Master’s Certificate suspended
@ from page 5

| Marcm
for 3 years by a Court of Inquiry
here concerning the stranding
He then wished those retiring

Captain had



and total loss of the 7,750 ton

London carge ship “Jame;
“long life and prolonged happi-| Glumies” off the Argentine coas
ness in retirement..” last April.

Sgt. Major Franklin next moved} _T2e court found that the cas-
a vote of thanks and this was| Ualty was caused by. datenit. 0
seconded by Sgt. Inniss, Sgt, El- the Master, Captain J. A. McCore
cock who spoke on behalf of those
retiring, thanked the Commis-

of Paisley, Scotland.
The Chief Officer, Howar:
; . Greenless, told the Court he
sioner of Police for organising the| wrote up his log from the altere
Function. : log.

The function was climaxed with] He was severely reprimanded,
Sgt. Thompson singing a “Police-| put cleared of responsibility for
man’s Lot,” and “Polly Wolly} the stranding and loss of the
Doodle All Day.” Cpl. Best and] vessel.

Bandsman Rollock of the Band —(Reuter.)
gave Comic Sketches and later
Sgt. Brathwaite took the place
of Capt. Raison and directed the
At the end, the retiring



20Killed: 50Injured

Band.
Sergeants led the Band in a march MANILA, March 30,
the Square. Groups of “dissidents,” some
Those pending retirement are} said to be 1,000 strong, have loot-
Cpl. .-W. Norris, who joined inied and set fire to a dozen town
1946 and is being invalided out! ships in Central Luzon, north ani
of the Force after being injured! south of Manila, according to re
while on duty at Seawell and| ports received in the city to-day
Constable Blackman who joined Twenty persons were killec
in February 1919.-He served forjand 50 injured, the reports said
30 years. 1 month. i —Reuter

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Canadian National Steamships!§

atio teamships }§

>

Sails * Sails Sails Arrives Sails

SOUTHBOUND Montreal Halifax Boston Barbados Barbados
LADY RODNEY _— 25th Mar. 27th Mar. Sth Apr 6th Apr
LADY NELSON a 1h Apr. 18th Apr. 23rd Apr ath Abr
LADY RODNEY 12th May 1Sth May 17th May 26th M 27th Mas
LADY NELSON 3ist May Sed June = Sth Ju 14th June 15th Jun
LADY RODNEY 30th May 3rd July Sth July Mth July 15th July
Arrives Sails Arrives Arrives Arrives Arrives
NORTHBOUND Barbados Barbados Boston St. John Halifax Montreal
LADY RODNEY 17th Apr 19th Avr. 28th Apr - 2th A 3rd Mz
LADY NELSON 6th May 8th Mayi?th May . ihn ieee ee
LADY RODNEY 8th June 10th Jun. 19th June 2ist Jun, 24th Jun
LADY NELSON 27th June 29th Ju 8th July 10th July 13th Jul
LADY RODNEY 27th Ju 29th July Tth Aug —— 9th Aug. 12th Aug



N.B.—Subject to change without notice. All vessels fitted with cold storage chain
Passenger Fares and freight rates on application to :— , ,

GARDINER AUSTIN & CO.,

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LTD. — Agents.



The Schooner “Anita H” will
accept Cargo and Passengers tor
Grenada, sailing Saturday Ist
April.

The Schooner “Gardenia W" will
accept Cargo and Passengers for
Trinidad sailing Saturday Ist
April.

The M.V. “Daerwood"” will
accept Cargo and Passengers for
St. Lala, St. Vincent, Grenada,
Aruba, date of suiling will be
given.

B.W.I. SCHOONER OWNERS’

ASSOCIATION (INC.)

Consignees,
TEL. 404:

MAIL NOTICE

Mails for St. Lucia by the
Schooner “United Pilgrim S”
will be closed at the General
Post Office as under: —

Parcel Mail at 2.30 p,m.
on 3lst March. 1950.

Registered Mail at 2.30
p.m. on the 31st March, 1950.

Ordinary Mail at 2.30 p.m.
on the 3lst March. 1950.








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FRENCH LINE

Sailing to







Sailing to

Trinidad Plymouth
“MISR” oe April 5th, 1950
“GASCOGNE”.. April 19th. 1950 April 26th, 1950
‘MIS R” .. May 9th, 1950 May 18th, 1950
“GASCOGNE”.. May = 24th, 1950 May 3ist, 1950
“GASCOGNE”.. June 28th, 1950 July Sth, 1950

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PAGE SEVEN
















FOOTBALL

The Fixtures for the 1950
Football Season can be
obtained from the Honorary
Secretary, B.A.F.A.—0O. S
Coppin c/o Advocate Co.
Ltd., Broad Street.

A limited number of
coaching manuals of the
Football Association of Eng-
land can be bought from
Honorary Secretary B.A.F.A,
By accredited represen-
tatives of clubs affiliated to
the B.A.F.A,

We beg to notify our
friends and clients, that our
Office is now situated over
Bata Shoe Store Ltd., Lower
Bread Street.

Telephone No. 4345.
Cc. L. PITT & CO.

REMOVAL |



NOTICE

We beg to remind our cus-
tomers that our ‘Grocery
Department will be closed
half-holiday as usual, on
Thursday 6th April.

Kindly order early and
oblige

S. E. COLE & CO., LTD.
31.3,50.—3n.






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ORIENTAL
GOoDs!!

OURIOS, JEWELLERY

BRASSWARE, TEAKWOOD
SANDAL, IVORY, ETC.

KASHMERE

THANI BROS.
Pr. Wm. Hy, Street




FOR SALE.
REAL ESTATE

DIXON

AND

BLADON |

(JOHN M, BLADON)



DEVELOPMENT LAND—-Enter
prise Road, Approximately 5 acre
of well situated land on coast
with mains water and electricity
No reasonable offer refused. - }

“DIXON & BLADON”’

BUILDING LAND — Maxwell's
Road. One section of “approx-
imately 3 acres and the other
30,000 sq. ft, both wtih public
gervices available, Offers invited

“DIXON & BLADON”

BUILDING LAND—-St. Jaines
Approximately 2 acres with good
sea frontage A particularly de-
sirable location.

“DIXON & BLADON”’

BUILDING LAND—St,

James



Approrimately 14) apres of exc
fent coast property with dong
sandy beach and good bathing |
ae oe
DIXON & BLADON
BUILDING LAND—St. Jame
Many 00d puilding — section |
varying considerably in area. |

and location

“DIXON & BLADON”’

intend to build let us |
some of the most attrac- ,
ites Barbados has to offer.

RENTALS

WHITE SANDS—St

price

If you
show you
live

Lawrence.

HOUSE—Near Yacht Club.
ROSE HILd-—-St. Peter.
CARLTON-~-St. James



COLD SPRING COTTAGE—St.
James. |
HOUSE—Rockley Beach,
FLATS—St. Lawrence.
FLATS—Inch Marlow. |
BUNGALOW —Savunah, |
HOUSE—Pine Hill }

“DIXON & BLADON” |
REAL ESTATE AGENTS, |
Auctioneers & Surveyors



PLANTATIONS BUILDING
Phone 4640

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SUITINGS!

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in Grey, Fawn, Beige;
Brown, etc,

GENTS!

These exceptional values
are even cheaper than pre-
devaluation prices. Don’t
miss this golden opportunity.
Buy a suit now and avoid

THANE Bros.

Pr. Wm. Hy. Sé
and 6, 42 & 53 Swan St.































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PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY, MARCH »

a a ees a a ND NN a ee CS A TT TO ONE: nee | 18%

Acquitted Of}
Everton Defeat netted OF pace Sore Mow
Carlton 2-0 - | :

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at the }| Loese Bloody

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{ B’DOS AQUATIC CLUB Laeting G
{(} (Local & Visiting Members ose Teeth Monty
” Only)” Pyorrhea, Trench Mt a Foy
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, he iorry |\Â¥ some bad ,
IN a fairly fast game at Kensington yesterday, Ever- i 5 ee ae i} SATURDAY, APRIL ist { later cause your tees il ;
- ‘ i ar i bout 22 f st., —s
ton defeated Carlton by two goals to nil to win their second ae ag as y oie 7 oe Heart ‘Trouble, enetnaation®
match for the season iT a bleeding the free gyneese Stop
: ‘ sl ne : Music by Sydney Niles and } and quickly tighter: “lS Sore mame
Both goals were scored in the ‘ erday Mr.i( Seer }))| clad guarantee Ane the teeth
first half of the game, the first : =. tae \ his Orchestra fh hee mouth weil and 22%, um
W. I T Will was the result of a penalty kick ‘ Admission to Ballroom: 2/- pac a eek, OF return eke
elke eam j which was taken by right-winger ay Bi eel ota Te i} 28.3.50.—4n. } et Amosan trom yp $
‘‘ Blades and the other. a well- bet eee 5 et, ROY | See ae Sl fate ae Am ist today.
G § d timed shot by centre-forward ee Be eee nn ee ae
lve oo Conliffe. ynsisted of broken glass and| . eceamaichiitcadibindiieias aoe For Pyorrhea— ou

piece of ood. This



Everton started off defending

Account the screen goal and for some

time kept the ball in their oppon-

ents’ goal area. The first g try

from 1 was made when centre-forward

bunch oe oiaiateen” many of Conliffe beating the defence, at-
whom are seasoned players,” Mr, tempted to score at short range
Goddard said. Although there but goal-keeper King was in
would be difficulties and disap- position and negatived the effort.
pointments from time to time, he Carlton soon got going and a
promised to do everything to make fine combination by Lucas at in-
them hope and uphold the tradi- side-right, Cozier at centre-for-

bris was|® re S2texe
yver the brake mark of the bus. LINOLEUM
He said that this indicated that ARPETS

the bus cid not move. If the ae? c "
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tions of West Indian cricket. ward and Greenidge at inside-left, Set icy oe Si i il i Ki
Mr. J. M. Kidney, manager of provided an opportunity for Lucas cnr eaie te? | des the case for'| pea 2 AK hl A . ncorp
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* . - * girls Vv 15°¢ en’s ithe rncech ‘ set c ie rl
teams depended upon individual Everton pressed the game for Coll Sports yesterd ; “— gee | sre a igs gain ous ‘hat , hi :
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the late ene oe had the Carlton's defence on its e Ist, M. Herbert, and. B. Hope, 3rd. |) : * th i
r they nad George Headley. toes. Goal-keeper King too was aH. f , ‘ Ch ; At P, sraniun ee ee Cerepean the see 2 h
This time they had a fine apray ever alert and several good tries e nniss ) amp ist, ©. Gites the 0 Coben. | Coeenanter, they would fin suc
of batsmen who by their per- found him always in position. rd. J. Collymore. pa guilty

formances in the West Indies Everton scored their first goal %o C. lle S * SPRINT 120 ¥DS. (18—15 YRS) If they did not find that high h ds
against the M.C.C the . ueen 8 Oo Ze ports ; ind. N. Rollins, 3rd | legree of negligence, the law an ome

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would make lots of runs. kick which Blades at inside-right : EGG AND SPOON (UNDER 13°YRS.) : \ va .
Excellent Fielding made no mistake in converting, A LARGE gathering of parents and friends saw H. , 8-H pWorkman, 2nd. J. Goodridge, | Zuilty of dangerous driving under | eer /
The bowlers have come in for Another good try, Was made al- Inniss emerge Victrix Ludorum, Senior Champion and ~ SACK (OPEN) ee: on sy U J 1 J |
some criticism but backed up by most immediately after when “1, : oe : x ed. ... 1st. A. Barker, 2nd. L. Blades, 3ra.| /raffie Ac a
some excellent fielding he knew Murray on the left wing centred hu mpion of Red House after wine the 80 yards anc p Blackman | f they reached the conclusic: |
they would give a good account of high for Conliffe to head goal- 120 yards sptint when the Queen’s College Athletic Sport JUNIOR RELAY HOUSES (UNDER | °" all the evidence that he wa
themselves as nothing gives a wards 2 was held at their grounds yesterday. 13 YRS ) suilty of no offence at all, the |
bowler more encouragement than Carlton got moving towards MM Scott of Yellow House withy Ist. P. Hope, 2nd. J. Vaughn & 1 SENIOR RELAY HOUSES (OVER uld of course return a verdict |
to know that he is supported by their opponents’ area again and a 99 points was junior Champion. |Atthur : tg is YRS ) i gh)
good fielding. fine forward pass by Warren at The Champion House was Red eee, tet fine. ‘i a Ist. Yellow and. Red, 2rr i nt the Chief Justic
“The skipper John Goddard, outside right gave Lucas the with 118 points followed by] ist £. Pollard, 2nd. H w pe) we ; LITTLE VISITORS’ RACE varned the Jury not to be swaye
who will be leading the team, Mr. chance to send in another good yojjow Hous ith 103 G. Farde ii eh ee Ist. M. Bowen. i ; ympathy either for the
7 oer s ii hat tip. eel} iidbed oe the Yello ‘ouse wi , , es OLD GIRLS’ RACE (UNDER 20 YRS) | mS, i. Gian cater
Kidney said, has already met with try bu é i as in e Champions for the different eight 4ft ai ins. ist, P. King, Ind. E. Vaugt ised or for the woman whx«
some success when he won the sae instance and went over the ; 0.0 were Blue. Hous ¢ ue ae aa ig Wyte SCRQOLROSS BACH (18—16 YES ) 1ad lost her life. Neither werc |
> j . or é a yh ore ; , oe 3 io. ryan ue tc ge > : c é
rubber both in the ae; neo Ow 2n = Evert ane ai King 22 points, Yellow House, M.}! Ward & M. Scott OLD GIRLS’ RACE (OPEN) : 9 get the idea that the |
the West Indies in 1948 and again len Everton again swept Scott 20, Red House H. Inniss 30} Heteht ft. 2 ins Ist. M. Ramsay, 2nd. J. Crones | iscd must be penalized just

ecause motor vehicle and other











in India in 1948-49.” down the field Murray at outside * ee :
The confidence and support of left got possession of the ball and oe n House, B, Rudder 12

( ¢ ; aaa FSS road accidents were prevalent a

the public would be a great en- passed to Conliffe who received ane + , Qn the present time.
ms of the it and shot clear of King in the Grace Cumberbateh, of Blue}} REPEAT PERFORMANCE Man laughter by negligen
team, he thanked the sporting left corner of the goal. The blast House the past champion, easily as” ’ nt

|; of the type in which there was

couragement. On behalf
a ethic he te ae ee EMPIRE THEATRE Pater neers
had been gerterously extended half-time interval found Everton for girls over 15 from her other | the intention to do harm. What









a two goals up rivals, , - | had be established was the
to them. Cir commie Bilekae' bie on She got off to a quick start and By Request tad to be established ve et the
stsebbeegnninbosicont early free kick in Carlton’s goal held the lead from the beginning ANNA BROMOVA’S SCHOOL OF DANCING ee ce Soe” ae
area but made little use of it. to the end, She however, was ¥ a 8 aan aes
Li \’ . Both teams now pressed the game beaten in the 150 yards when she DISPLAY and RECITAL PORTE OY Soret eeeee UDR eee
Iverpoo S$ but the defence on either side slipped after the gun \ ie oe aes Fin seme A a
proved equal to the task of avert- bs LH Reape ADE 1 PN ep gl nan %
Lea ue Place ing the several dangerous move- No Chance TO NIGHT at 8.30 {t{ Nainled heal on veaitagnne ;
£ rom —_— ' . C. Gittens of Green Hause Ht Box Office opens Thursday, 30th, 9 a.m. il the beat way tor them. to ap-
l nproductive rushed 2 me FFent a. ‘ PRICES: Boxes $2.00, Orchestra $1.20, Balcony $1.00, House 72c. i proach it, was to consider whether
Im roved At onetime the Carlton for- (Cumberbatch) ho chance 0 ___})} | the accused had been so negligent
- wards came down the field in winning when she exerted extra SASS | 15 to disregard human life and ‘
splendid fashion and succeeded in energy at the final stage which) safety. That would be negligence Try these materials when
LONDON, March 29, overcoming Everton’s defence. helped her to breast the tape} amounting to more than civil |
Liverpool’s win away from Lucas sent in a stinger at close firat. action, negligence amounting to a making up your next suit,
home to-day improved their range but goal-keeper O. Reece The wheel barrow race was the crime against the State and mantts

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chances of the League Champion- was all there and saved brilliant- most amusing event of the day

ship as it took them to within two ly, The attack was kept up for a After this race many noses were |
points of Manchester United the short while but was successfully yeg and sore but that did not
present leaders while increasing beaten off. Other efforts by Ever- prevent the girls from giving of}
the discomfiture of their beaten ton were as unproductive but their best in the other trying}
Opponents Manchester City who nearing the end of the game Con- yaceg,

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were leading at half time. The liffe getting the ball with the goal- Tt ‘irls’ race for those!
ha : The Old Girls’ race for those; }
Manchester side are at the bottom keeper only before him. kicked yyger 20 years was won con-| ca $10.36. Plain Serge @ $9.62
} ahie 44 » of the #os e i} . + | RIDAY Mar. 31: 1950
of the table the ball wide of the goal vincingly by Miss P. King and} We Nasae © Sha Ce, Saws and $9.50 per yd.
Liverpool 8 cup final opponent Play ended soon after without the Old Girls' Race open by Miss alysis: 7.15 p.m. Think on these r
Arsenal did not shine at home any further scoring i. Ramsay | 7.30 \. From the third Pro-
w ’ 7 sre beate , ; J l savers was he Rape a a 7.50 a.m. Interlude: 8 a.m,
ville a iat weeten By oo Mr D. W shed ee ab Presentation of cups and prizes | the Editorials: 8 10a m, Pro-
Chel. ‘ a 4 soORWincingty inst referee was by Mrs. J. C. Hammond. Be- | D DANISH ace 1.15 an London
1eisea a 1iome WON agains a eld sannhans sg | eht Concert Orchestra: 9 a.m. Close
Middlesbrough who finished with The teams were: pas yr Pretmnona ‘or ‘oes! Ne Lotte TEA ee dee eee
niiémen. owing to injuries. Even Everton: O. Reece; Hall, Rob- gave Mrs ammond two lovely | News Analysis: 12.15 Pam Programme AVE HEPHERD & () tT)
, ; . ae he ats i ale 2 0 uisteners’ Choige:
the Chelsea supporters cheered on tmson; C. Reece, Culpepper, May- POURS FT bai wie | The debate continues 1-15 9 ,
Middlesbrough as they forced a nard; Olton, Blades, Conliffe, Cox, The Wren EU Sn ET Sl JPPER Radio Newsreel: 1.30 p.m, Sym-
late corner in a bid for victory and Murray : ist L. Maseoll & C. King, 2nd A. | nae, Sfomne Kare aaa wath th 10, 11, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET ;
had all their players in the Chel Carlton: King; Porter, Williams; ayeher ! tw | Sports Review: 2.30 p.m. Phyllis i
sea goal area with the exception Marshall, Clairmonte Hutchinson; SPRINT 00 se (OEe J ool 3 p.m. Rumpelstiltskin: 4 p.m. cseeeneaniaan .
of the goalkeeper who advanced Warren, Lucas, Cozier, Greenidge, , 1g @, Cumberbatih, ind. Mood & SERVED a eS he FA
to the halfway lir Hall SPKINT 86 YDS ged YRS.) a [5p Carroll calis the Tune; 5.15 p.m.
Derby County and Newcastle ist H. Inniss, and C ing, ord @ ogramme Parade: 5.30 p.m. From the -
iad” : Ferrera Forde id Programme: 5.50 p.m. Interlude: | °9CCOS669996969096969990900 9 9 FFU OEG9F IH
shared the honours of a drawn POTATO RACE (UNDER 13 ¥RS.) | in, New Hone tae en 4igy
game while Everton lost at home A Meeting ist M, Thorne, and B. Rudder, | RY SUNDAY NIGHT ole 1k: 7 hit, Wiha awe a te
and are still far from safe as onl t POTATO RACE (OWER 15 YRS). ' Analysis: 7.15 p.m. West ww tock=
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shone in this small first league - t elle, oe | he 9 p.m. The News ME In bags an
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weuere 0) Sere “m6 6A | O ondon anc Onov > B. Chandler. 3rd. M. Savory, M ‘ 2 of Acting: 16.0 p.m. Music
Villa 8, Chelsea 2, Middiesborough )» “yweight wing, B- Chandler, ard. 1 Masazin 0.45 p.m. World Affairs: 1)
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PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE 1,11 QaJiib QaUinq /T*H1S morning there will probX abi> be a huge crowd gaih.!i and arounu the baggage Warehouse, all come to wish tho five tiaioadian representair. the Wa*t Indies team—Bo: age and iiesi Wishes for a successful tour. They leave I on the "Golnto" en route to Eng1-iid. TTiey will probabl> leave the Baggage Warehouse at approximate!)' 9 a.m. meters, past, present and fuUira wul be Lnere to give them a friendly slap on the back, a warm handshake and a rousing %  end off, as these live Barbadian ambassadors on the West I team, laave for a strenuous tour to England Indefinite Holiday M lac .wOL-Ltf t>l*AuM> daughter of Mr. and Mrs. i %  Well, according to this set Donald Peers is note u-orkirtQ for Tokto rtrft rlJJ] Special Flights ill be leaving to-aay by R 1 .g. *-*• B the "Gollilo" for a holiday in Engnot yet On three Months' Leave April 1st An %  ays Old Harrisonian? W EARING a tie of maroon and gold, the Regimental colours of the 11th Hussars Regiment. Prince Albert's Own, wa* Mr. A. C. Plews. who left yesterday by B W.I A. for Antigua an route to his headquarters in Jamaica, where he is representative of Nugget and Reckitt and Colman Company's for South iind Central America. The tie was almost Identical to the Harrison College school colours, and Carib almost asked him if he was an Old Harrisonian. Mr. Plews was accompanied by t is wifla *nd they spent their stay here at the Crane Hotel and Stafford House. Three Months at St. Lawrence M R and Mrs. R. W. Sicgert and their two children lu,n rdon and Susan 1 returned to pM THnldad yesterday by B.W.I A ihados and return This will thus enable Var* %  vuva m^——w— 11115 Will lliUr. Ul.i'ic .......... .Mr 111W ..i kUllffiO, lan visitors to spend the K. i M % v„ *.-. Manage, of the Harbado* holidays here. These special flights *'*. WtW * „ arln C company is off to-day by th. will be in add.tiori tcj the regular *+**£* vSerday ^e I* tor three months' leave scheduled flights of three dajs a .. t UlllUrd Stotel via MM.. i. %  c ai'o approximately four*. fter spending three months at ">undee, St. Lawrence. Only Regret RS. LI)WARD KLrtN. from ork City, has been Marine Hotel for 'esterday she llarbados for the United SUtes W^land, where he will * J' n WMR Antigua, where she will be ,Uy. wife and daughter, Sheila, ^ .,.,„,, „ r h „ 0 spC cial ing for three dayi at the Aiitlgua wrio are already there. flight? will no doubt be weleomen Beaeh Hotel. She loves the sea Tonight by v Urista Bl las* bathing here and spent almost lARli: loo..eu ill a', the Booking vcar q U u e i ar(W number of them every morning down at the Yacht Or.kc at the Empire TheVisited Barbados on Club. Her only regret is that she atre early yesterday, to find that „ . will i>"I be here when the Flamover one hundred and thirty Bom In Dominica I a>ant Trees are in bloom reals had already been sold for w.llian, I-audcr For Daughter • Weddingthe Rtpeat Performance olM ""' *'"'T„ <-onn,'A/l" %  HAMuS POHT1LLO whoso Madame Bromova's Dancing Naf who Uv. In %">>>'" %  J-""r M last vi.it to Barbados was play which takes place at the fcfi Barbado. yesterday on their arriyed „„,„ Empire to-night at 8.30 o'clock J*" !" b !" |".? urd e PCCl M J by B.W.I.A. from Venezuela via During the few minutes he was £"?' J?ho£.J"SJ !" ',„ DcSl Trinidad. He is here for about SCnsTiT BSWBP* For U.K. Holiday deed his entire fai J_ / JU TV_ L EAVING for the L K on furexception of Mrs. Clinckett now Un I_X1D lour lough by the S.S. "Gollito" live in the US A Mr Laudai WR. and Mrs. Vernon Speight, today arc Mr and Mrs I II C i Asst. Secretary of H. WWI 1YI who have been here on a i: b.nson and their daughte: :.'. I • Btuldei in Connect!.Kort visit left yesterday by Nanda Robmson Mr. Robinson %  %  -"><*>" ^ >" EWXA. for Cuidad TJuiUlo. who has been Assistant to th* l'">'al Hotel. pey were staying at the Windsor ESTcwTO s^ml May Settle Here ST A. W.T S&K Z,^i n^of'thel-or,w F s WALDKB A. jM^&S. 'ugSS of-SpatB Branch for three years f^, Barbados was thirteen years ago. tfie Windsor Mis. Robinson JBo o"' m ,„ who has I n ,ey were guests at tf Staff of Cable & Wireless (W.I.) lin a shorl holio y has now arr iv,,„,*, aniJ Mr Gu S t On Long Leave LSs, icwvoia W-u) used in Barbados. Retired Irom the a sc^well to see them off. i Own Cameron HighKeen On Golf A Lb^< ICuholi. lo-s.aS .. .-..,........-, ... S.S. "Goln.o' is Mr. ueurge holiday and mm \t It. He is u guvs', at tile J'*\ [R. J. T. GUILLAUM1N, an ha asa American resident in VenStan ol cauie oc wirti.s. i" | r f , ,. now ln Barbados for about two Ltd. Barbauos Branch since 1845. Car^that^hto wlte. who ,U H lvr( ks ,,„,,„ Hc arr ved rccent He U going to the U.K. on long ;.n Tr nidad ill I X joining mm aW.I.A. on his first visit to leave where he will join his win n,rc ln "" "••• thc js| an d and is staying at the who is already there. ai , ne r,ood Old Countrv Ocean View Hotel. Uaving by the "Golfito" not tne u wiuniry A sco|og|si ra||ll]| wllh lhc ,, TOtn WilN'la/H'-N sse w.ie in Trinidad, Creole Petroleum Company in o leavni, by the Wcveryone who w, ,,.,.. Cg—^.OjtS-gta toTJg ratog for a U.K. at Queen's Park H .tel was com^ l ? n f ^ r n ca R /' Cl> n C lry cui b and holidav Mr Skmrm who la Aa,ng to Barbados, so we thought ^'"V^" Xrriba Golf Club in •taunt Manager of the British that we would do U He has already played •I '" K anu .."S :.,!,. Rckiev Golf and Country Miss Bacon On Women By fred Doer/linger LONDON Miss Alice Bacon, prominent Socialist leader and member cf Parliament, stood up in the House of Commons and told thai predOIBlnantly male body that women have become a potent political force. In a tribute to tha 'int.u:i. she quoted Dr. Samue 1 Johnson's famous observation; "Nature nas given women it, much power that the law has wisely given them litJli'" •That remark," declared tht 1049 vice-chairman of the Socialist party, "would not have beet. made to-day. "Housewives, factory workers, teachers, nurses, shop women In a hundred different occupations have done a great deal for this country In the difficult war and post-war period. Co-oprrnlcd "Our housewives ir, the past have coopc ated with the Government to mako our fair shares policy work and they will continue to cooperate so long a5 they get fair shares." Miss Bacon exploded her belief thai women aie "man politically conscious than ever before. They used to be %  Unit, when people went canvassing, that women said, 'I must wait until my husband comes home onu see what he is-going to do. 1 "But women to-day vote Independently of their husbands. "Indeed, the recent general election has brought to mine; cases where husbands have said. "1 inn t wait and see what my wife is going to do.!" Miss Bacon said she was disappointed that so few women hau returned to Parliament (only 20 women were elected out of a total of 125 candidaicsTTTut she knew that those who had been returned would moke up in quality foi their numerical inferiority. Miss Bacon, who has been a member of the National Executive Committee of the Socialist party ;ince 1941, was honoured by being allowed to second the approval uf the King's speech from the throne. — l.N.s. (rrrnade At U.K. Embassy re to-day investigating j ,e nurllng of a rltish Legation here last night. de was thrown by unicntilicd men in a car. No damage was done to the egatlon. —Reaver. •URrH J CROSSWORD I i 1 i I 1 k 0 i In ,__ 1 1 1 1 8 a r 1 For h'.iihvr f ere,, „ 0 0| ^ .ho, „ '^ ^ P ROPERrs ivl!**!'!. il'Li* '"""""'" % % %  ai * Hero" from 'The Chocolate Soldier' to be played at her wedding. "But it's this kind of bride who comes to see us in about twelve months and complains thi have married her to one of tho meanest old hunks in CTMti quite the hero she and we wan led to believe "Now that fewer peopl. church regularly It that brides ask Cog "Abide Witti Meand "Flfht the iGood Fight." which seem strangely inappropriate for weddings' Rupert and the Dragon Pills—II American Tuba Co.. IB'dos; *cr ior one we !" ano Rockle y Golf and Country Ltd, will be visiting "<> here for one month looki forward to Company's tug factora %  '"> manv more games before he re' %  SST ' Z "IK. and^c'V Oaniel. two Many Happy Return. i^in'/Tn v^e^la tr T HEHE v %  : 1 Uw B1 LStWTflSMt h(V { ,, holidaying lust night .d the Crai e Hoi %  m Ba 7bados. They arrived rccentIn honour of Miss Pen %  i : : %  i. to the b B W.I.A. for about three who celebmu Caribbean. weeks accompanied by their little %  rday. Among those "> l -> %  scn p av id and are staying at the Mr. and Mrs. Georgie Bck '-"V ember 1949, navQ,.,,^ view Hotel ML" Dorothv F.cksteni. Mr. and ir.g fl] sod Mffl Oaniel are also \ndres O'lJonnell. Mr. Ray n durkecn on golf an d aro spending a D* sr.v lS *' ,,w hour* they did not |irl ,,tlit*ir time playing the Peggy will P ^(I P %  I opin„ mc a i the Rockley Golf and on Sui. I her ion ab and it waa Counlrv Club, fnmilv as Mr. O'Donneil lias sold .. n many Of the Mr |, ilim .i s an engineer of the out his business here and will D ''•"" Shell Caribbean Petroleum Comliving in raUramenl irtaaw, that pany Here for A Few Day telebri.tcd his birth li conl erred himself the Two Kt'MC which lie says \'"'A~r,'u,: u vii A rftat or'-Ktoiu %  the goi old eounl Tv? vi^t I "e^ik he plans to sell hi. kn*w In the old d ilSaS. .hday UU WOW -now. says mi. i*-%* --M _. Manai!l r u f t ho much that wo 1*1 H.icays ^". B | r ",J h m ^ ads may return to live. England is not San Pmando. taratd f to rrfnl for "lUndly Call Me George.'^ Next week he plans to title' at sixpence a letter. luddca linns ot lh csnipleielv sates, ihar pet dragon. With %  loud soon and btcjihrng fire more funouily thio ever, he B leapi itTJitth: up into the air. He cannot Hy properly, but he beau S,l little wingi and streak* over [he head, of the two litile friend*, landing again beyond them, ihtn li%  cuttle* rapialy out ol the gtrdti and diuppear*. "Oh. deji. to have known that would hippen tl he .a* the .otket." wa.l* PongPing. "Why did-i'l I think ol II •oonerP" BJ( Kupert ru"' thc dranon in ifht. BY THE WAY ^ BEACHCOMBER I SEE thnt % &f —a meiiningleas Wl ron^—fire to attempt to And out what it li | job When I was running H l Rochdale Obfi > team experts" to examine this tter iR montli ed that what made a job .'. us;— ta) The n lh) The I'orodoii. r Hut a row who whether l>eing milked so re] I bl replied with ious glllll In he! e>e. "' > %  they [ Binned gramophone music %  ) Hahon Tirlilontiiiiir it-iUSTOMF.RS are lntrl| a new ve^-i.i % %  Annam. It is called qunk-quak. and is dflftcrtbed us having a I | BO Heliente thai the ... ':iing at nil. • ling to vary %  %  %  i (Mo wonder. made" %  %  %  Q -• -t.u.tk The ., %  < i. COO %  ti, m Hiui(esini l assing %  P of %  d | fi^iii Ainuiin I lb'"' "Tony!'' ShiPhmlvtl 1 SIMPLY live 1 the Marquise de L'Hullst da rug to the poetess I. but. not as rigorously us some reviewers of novels. U fun to live at such a pitch of hysteria that an read (whu.li I p, •'> "Daphne Ml lh" I %  ?hed," vim groan and Ufa roll on the iiooi. rack ba the unbearable beaui pathos of life I begin to think it is at the** that the dim i ill Imad. When in invited to be scot him, they shou. little k nee and reading a novel In Patting T HE very (< %  I I remarks on hideous and %  I i.eaterWhal peopl < i of poetry is no mor. school of poetry than |le< a new school of ireUtecture." MARINE HOTEL SUPPER DANCE For Your Tablt .-i KMVK I 1 ShrfliHil SUinlnw Sl.l PLATED SPOONS 17, U. .45 In (hrw Un Mirr WOOM t> PLATED FOMH^ 13. 41 two ilin %  UAB KNIVES 1 .65. 113 ShfOirid si.iiiicv. Haal CZECHOSLOVAKIAN CUT GUSSWARE ii >ii'i.ms n, l.tJ ( MXMI'U.M |.7 -ill KKI 77 I II 1.11(1 I I I! S.VN lllAY Ml.lll April % %  <. From 7 to 11 pm, PERCY GREEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA. III>M It gauM aajTATK CLUB CINEMA IMMU,. Onlyi lOKIOHT. OX.. TX-, M Thumuy ..law .< • 10 "SNOWBOUN D" aind intrivlt-ina MtlA PARELY A DMMHI I'ltUrt Btnl Un in a %  %  > %  % %  ttuiiu,,, . . a %  parU<| B r ""• %  •' >•" "l %  %  rvrr> ..nlln, nan %  a>hr4 with %  ALL riKFS AFF B \W ' WHITFIELDS BROAD STREET DIAL 4220 Mrs. Housewife! Make your Easter bar.ing a pleasure .... FAI.KS KEROSENE OILSTOVES—2. 3 and 4 Kuni.-r Models. OVENS—Single and Doiolo CARRON DOVER WOO i COALS STOVES 6, 7 and 8 MIXING BOWLS-EARTHENWARE. ENAMEL and GIASS PHOENIX OVENWARE ALUMINUM BAKING P/NS ALUMINUM EGG BEATEIS. MEASURING SPOONS Obtainable at our HardwariDcpartment:— %  DIAL 2039 BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTOR' LTD. Acros* I. L4 Ills py be awlJUKWd a iom* conjui-ors might uy. iS| fl. BWn* miiflt be DruKen Mlora U0 become* than. 10. CBpAbW Ol glTlflg B Dladf B P**tfll 10. He' i E Be 14. A clue to uie ruler I rai. i9i 16. Sort ol dencr.oo. icv.acr Bpot. due*D'l It ? (8) 17. Squared ruMaure or • cieBreo -MOB. (3) K. He geu what's coming to mm. JO. b^o to Unt omlnoua picture (41 Jl, Author KddreaBliig one of nu Implement <*> aa. Way. no doubt, you'd lUe to split to* stake. 16) 33. UMual result ot in-uia out at elbow. (5) SS. A good sploner. |4) Down 1. WU1 It drain Tito oy dlsiocs Uon? (t 3. This will stand the stram. 181 3. Sort ot rise louad in a pa.e spp.e. i) 4. This could be iste at oud. itf) 5. r'alr snare ror your partner. I4I 7. it's tbs pace tost count* 1S1 a. 11 you do, it's bound to be wet <8) 0. Measure a mere r. IS II. Tha 'Young ;ady Ol UBS couldn't see IU smile, IDI 10. Tne want of one editor's secretary. |4) IB. High or ion It should .ead you soiKewhere. (4) Solution of *eiierd*n ^UI/IAcn fcod, \\ Tool, is oim il Lto ISTKO" SO. TSDr ill, BfOBfT: ii H. T....V i Ra>rl: ^ Hi.-* iH Mrla<<. !• %  — > I VoluiiUrv I Avoid. 5 Abnormal. 1 Hot •>. : ires M Riot, lu R-ii* 14 !' I Bl ItOVAI. 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PAGE Eir.rtT BARBADOS ADVOCATE """ %  vr. MARCH Everton Defeat Carlton 2-0 IN i .;ame at Kensington yesterday. Everton defeated Carlton by two goals to nil to win their second match for the season. Both goal? were K^rod in the first half of the game, the flrat was t),e result of %  penally kick vii taken by right-winger and the other, a welltimed shot by centre-forward CooUfft rton started oft defending the screen goal and for some time kept the ball In their opponent*' goal area The first good try tad* when centre-forward ConllfTf beating the defence, attempted to score at short range but goul-keeper King was In petition and negatived the effort Iton soon got going .-.nd a fine combination by Lucas at Inside-right. Cozier at ward and Greenidge at inside-left. W.I. Team Will Give Good Account • from pace I of cricketers many bunch of cricketers many of whom are seasoned player*,'' Mr. Goddard said. Although there would be difficulties and disappointments from time to time, he promised to do everything to make them hope and uphold the traditions of West Indian cricket Mr. J. M Kidnev. manager of provided an opportunity for Lucas m said that he fell confld" nd in a powerful try which ent that the team would give a "f ted n*>ily and went over the good account of itself On previtrou Dar ous occasions the West [n Good Tries teams depended upon individual Everton pressed the game for players. In IMS and 1928 thy h;.d all they were worth after this and he late George Challenor and bad the Carton's defence on its i' 'loal-keeper King to-, "i knd several good trie o' batsmen who by their Derfound bin always, in position formances in \h>< ding of u penaltv would make lots of runs t Inatoe-rlgtil lAicili in KieMini; The bowlers have come in for Ann'!.. .. ; ,ut aln but backed up by most when some excellent ficlriinn he kn< wing centred PAT HOPE clearing the bar at 4 feet I inche College Sports yesterday H. Inniss Champ At Queen's College Sports b Jump for girls over 15 at Queen's on ii na.1 Bart. fc>d D Hi 1 l>01 t I %  -I-RIN: . ir.r, AND -rooN t MI* U m i i.i. il Workmai. a,u I Inniss emerge victnx Ludurum, Senur Champion and IACK OPEN Barin i* -jrtl A LARGE gathering of parents and friends saw H %  Mnfl gives a %  nl than to know that he is supper good Melding high for I ead goalIton go*, moving towards their oppone:. •' %  u i'n at Ch mpion of Red House after winning the 'iiuAinST 1 ids sprint when the Queen's College Athletic Sp :ounds yesterday. John Goddard. outside right gave Lucas the who will be m. Ml chano mother good Kidnev said, has already met with try but I in the some success who nrst instance and went over the rubber both in the M C ' tour to thi West Indies in iMfl and again in India in 1B48-49" Thr I support "f the p rett encouragement team, he thsn I E for their good wishes which ad been get* to them. Liverpool's League Plaee Improved IA)N1 I Liverpool's win ewaj from their chances of Qw Bpipn ship as it too* Lhln iwo point 1 present leaden while increasing opponents .' %  *h" were leadiiij I ipcewnt where they were beaten I. Villa somewhat convincingly Chi. Middle*!-rough whi late cm bad all that sea goal area wiili U %  draun game whilt Bvet and era gull 1 u ertainh mid-wu • aro| Results ihion and succeeded in .11 <• stings* ar O Heece d aved brilliantly Tha It) up for a hi B bul was 1 %  beaten oil M 'i\i but nearlne. tha and of tha l %  I ili. nail with the goalkeepei onlj before hun kicked BOB) •. v. itbout %  Mr I> W. %  ha lew I %  let, f'onllfTe. Cox. %  i WUlianu 11 til A Mt't'ting Between Terr) ral R .use with wag junior plon House was !{ % %  artth 118 points followed by Yellow House with 103. Champions tor the differe-ii houses WITBlue House, C King 22 points. Yellow House. M Scott 20. Red House H 1 House, B Rudder 12 points. Grace Cumberbatch, of Blue House the past champion, easily carried off the 100 yards sprint for girls over 15 from her other rivals. She gut oft to a quick held the lead from the beginning to the end. She however, w is beaten in the 150 yards when she slipped after the gun No Chance ;'.reen House whe uislied to the front gave hei (Cumuerbau-h) no ehanca cd winning when she exerted extra • the final stage which helped hai lo breast the u->e Ar.t The wheel barrow rn" After this lace nun:%  .-> %  %  we e I %  prevent the guis from giving of their best in the Ottv races. The Old OlrU' rate for those under 20 year* was emu tenKing and ; I % %  Mn, J CHam I I' tore the presentation two jiinaars rlanunond two lovely The av m •' uMlAhLE lllkki %  .raisi i< YliK ovu %  STHIN I -1 > lS I I a D Km*. SKI O "Ml I M* IS M .. i 1 11 irOTATQ B4CT ov ii va r !... %  Hope, ina J V-ughii & T %  HIOH 'IMP 1 is — M 'pa iv r. Pollard, 2nd |( I'uuw 3rd • PorOy HiShI *fl S', uia Htr.n IVMT 'ii 11 res 1 I • B William* rna S %  Wart M 9rx.it HaltTH 4TI In.. 'i tfioa ai 1 \i no-.i 11 rw lt. Y-lk.v -t vriin >ii ii HOI (IS I ijm.K vunnw nu 1 %  am onuj H \i 1 1 Mini 9 va*. %  %  HOOI aoi %  1 ub 1 is VH. i* j n OLJI O0U BACI ori s Nl U K.r Ith ##. 1 T PERHHtil I X< 'E EMPIRE THEATRE By Request ANNA BROMOVA'S S< HOOI. Of MMOWC DiSPLAY and HKitlM. TO-NICHT at 8.30 Box Office opens Ibunday, SMb, riUl I.-. B,.r, iJ.UII. Orehn.Ua i\10. Bil.on SI IIU HOSM I Acquitted Of Manslaughtei • from paae 1 %  %  11 Inrli was 1 the bus dla move %  ould have passed o\*er trie debriglass and wood would have been crushed, 1 1 aduress%  l Justice summing up. put thr that for the i the Jur that if they were sa:. %  .tabi ined %  %  t-quired b n the charge 0 they would tint -hat higl gonce. thu la %  • conduit a thai he sva %  %  %  .. Ch %  1 thi for the woman whi Hi -. ti er wen %  1 vehicle and prevalent 1 Manslaughter b %  driving, wag not -iunlaughtei In which there was :o do harm. What > d was that thr 1 d had driven with the high negligence ajreedj Lnal negligence lagllganca had been It had 'grots negligence", ..'lC. then to apto consider whether all 10 negligent 3a and Thai would be negligence re Uwn civil oounting to a %  %  mi) pi.I.. DANCE U lb* 'lIKis AQCATIC CLUB (Local & Visiting Members Only) SAT1 KDAY. APRII. 1-1 9 p.m. Musir by Sytoer NUw ul His OrthHlr, • Jiix.lon lo Bllr !" .m: : 28.3 10 —4n. 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ItM itaiu Setno Opr 1 3 IS p. 111 '. %  Prwn ll! %  I p.in %  %  IS T Hi WNt %  %  Nawarsal 11 II in \ 1,...; ap %  Lo^l Brlti.i. lush Royal Ascot 1 ate me*-!.. >*•>' Several days ago afonaghan lnKing George has decreed *li*t timated nut owln| it is not necessary fui g.i.uecnen , — Kruler I meet on June IS or IS to ?*! • tomary grey < ing dr*. „ tiuiiuii'ntin KvtirvH lounge suits will be permi.' Ladies may u< 1 Brlta.i 1 who will aan ii It ii 1 1 v •. From Ring %  M I %  to retire I — sleawr The Weuthtr TO-DAV Sag Kisea: 5.SS a.m. %  -liii %  >• 1*. s. lu a.ai M1x.11 iFulll April 2 1 Ifhtaas 0 30 p.m. High ifaaM I 11 a.m. J ,1-11 ID \. K.nii.ii it .Kiiuixtuiii u; Total for Month lo Yea, d4. I.UlDS. roBBSM rjturr (Mas.) 84.5 Temperature llflla wind Dareetaaa (3 p.m.) t Wind Vctarits II miles If You're DIZZY Look Out for KIDNEY TROUBLE II you hate 'dui< ipclU ~il joii hsd ipini and acrara and )wu ran'l M ihiofi i\*u\) lk 10 four ludrwii. 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AS*> I'HWtWl I rfl.1 : tf art hrrebv wwf**! dH In mv wife ClaAHlCF. eTAI.Y %  8i *** %  t Hn bU rosse'I •tenonsible for her or mmr'intr am 'lent tw me unless by n .niw CARS' SF-AIY Dean'* I.i/u* My lWWTHI ,,**tk* MOd reference Apply %  W Hula*. TOST ATTT.MPT" %  aBa* Hill 31 3 50-ln A OrMlAL WAIT) %  %  P** * bt able to rook lVfrrence"•*•*. ApplyBex Rt. I 31 SSe—?" ***TO 11QIEDIATEI.Y an {•tweel rook, apply with reference ti %  "*". Pine mil. si 31S !—2n *2PX.T MANAOFJI m JJiB-ek-lw^Sfnall Ho'. 2^' tulUWc middle xi o. re 5M£!1 "i'' ,i: '' 4f Wrt 1 Box M SI 3.5tV-3n l2?n"w IhM M to M Mr. Cyrl) T„._ Oodrlncion Hill. TV->p1.ii 30 3 Wn *[fUJE0US S^~~ %  "> c~, io m .'or four months. Apply fUiDh A iv... 30 3 SO-Jn ciiLicinu^siwm con.! T h,. if^n-omn. fully furivlshrd Board. Hardwood Allay nfoniS t M01 30.3 SO—fa i Bay. lor four to ux rnonlhi Fully for. -lsh.4 w.ih llnrt. and cutlery studiufcrr car al*> ruppliad ii ,,. further particulars phone P r Muffrl J787 or B330 oX^r 4pm 3 SOtv OITICE-Ha.1111 si n t Io W n llutehinaon Co rv further partin, lars aoply W. B Hutchlnaon b Co lta.S0-!fn FOK 1UWT. From HI April Upatac rrmi< No € Swan r~Ut Aawnov or MmtUr lypr CnmaM ImmodUUly on Prrmiar. N w Swan Strae-t. si ? %  UTS HOUSt -Lucas swe*, A da irable htuitwea stand. Wi'lixlurw and furniture Contact 'mmrd: iirlv Than I ftroa Pnnce Willl-ni Hrni Sire*! Dial 34M. H nmOAXOW, %  > mi taping -e mal "OM, iiaiinvi fin-rushed fm *l' onmforn. Encllsh balh* with hen'— hovers. tAlrphonea. vnindah* Tel' %  '"'" %  ^ft 11 %  "'III II MM It is '£25 *' ">' &f •rnad by obtalnlnf ordan for pHaai* Christmas Cares fror our frtartda. No previous experlenr laca-Bary. Wrlla today for beautiful freHampla Book to Britain* largrat ,„, '..emoai PublUhar.; hl(heat commlawo. •larvelloui money making oppcriunily riARiiAnos iim MBVI %  AKHOriATION ,„ DIVISION III All jbordinate member, of ilw QfrV^ment S-rvlca at* asked I ..*• Town Ifall on aatadI • p -l to which thay u *kc a special effort to attend AOKNVA i A panaral talk on ,.. service ra-iubordlnate employta. 2. Select n manacinc „, : A. B I vv.s 30 3 SO-*, DivlsloruU Sec.etar, NOTICE "AKBAjyOS. IN THK A8SIKTANT COI'BT OF APPEAI. Re Workn^en Oornpen-iion Act, 1H3 Notice Is hereby Aver, that Jamei Hbrrn of Clevedale BUok Rock In th. •rlah of Saint Michael, emploved ItMr. Norman I> nils as a quarry labour er waa iniured by falllnK %  iwiuHnj the quarry m which ha w working; and died ast a result of the ui Irvlurlaa and that Compenastlot, haV been i-id Into Court. All the Dependants of the above % % %  mrd decnaiiid are hereby required ( % %  nuoar at the above-named Court on Wednesdsty the 5th day of April ISSC ol 10 o'clock a m Daled thla 37th day of March IV60 r. v. GIIJ A4 Clerk A C A ?i> i : i .i NOTICE Eatale Ot SAMI'Rl. IIAMPDEN Dacoauad %  HEHEBY GIVEN that a)> peraona having any debt or claims atfami" 'he Estate of Samuel Hami*!.'!, i Baxters Road In the City of Brkajatown this Island, Raker, who i and on the 3ih day of Sept. estate, are requested to send In pai ticulara of their clalma duly attested I 'he undarsqrned GEORGZ HEM wriXIB. CUC L W. Clarke A Co SolK'itum, James Street, Brldnelown. Oi or before the Mth April 1960. after wh data I shall proceed to dlsUibule the -••rt* of >he dfceaaed amon.entltlaxl thereto havlnr. raa>rd onl' %  uih clalma erf which I shall then have lad notka and I will not rath*) nasals or any part Hi-mf dislrtbuted to any pereon o* whose debt or claim I shall not then have had notice And all peraona indebted to the sal' K-Ute are requested to eettkt their indeblednea* without delay. rVed tM Mth day of Fa* GEORGE HKNRV Wll-KIK Ailnilnlstrator of the F>ute of Samuel Hatmpden. deceased 1 SO> WAKT* TO IIT -31 3 Jo*n j Wanted to Buy %  MaS' r ^ D WORK f UI ra-iala S" *m Wu "'. Trafalgar Street. == -— •" 3 S0—3t. NOTICE Re E*ate of MARY PRANCES MIL1XR DegsMrMd NOTICE is herabv Bhtn that aa -on. having any debt or rlalm ag or Aflccting the Batata of Mary France* Miller, deceaaad, late of School -*> %  Halls Road, In the parish o( fmlnt r.flchael In this Island. Spinster, who died at School lam* aforeamld on the 17th day of January IteO, ox requaeied to send In particular* of their claims duly Minted to the undrralgnad Edith Viola BJenmen C/o Meaar* Ha>nea At Griffith. Solicitors, No. I Swan Street. Bridgetown, on or before the 3lt day oi Mav, I860 ailer which data I ahall Pfceed to dUtrtbuta the aaaeU of tn* deceased among the p-rtlea entitled thereto hvlng regard only to such ckuma oi which I -hall then haw had not! I will not be liable for th* aaaata or any part thereof ao distributed to any person M whoae debt or ctaim I shall not then have had notice. _.. And all pereoni Indebted to the asm <*ii.le are requested to settle their inlUbtedness wllltoul delay. rx.ied this llh day of March l)0. EDITH VIOLA !HJ3iM<\-*' Qualined Executrix of the •nil of ,.IAY FRANCXB MILLJ dacaMM^ "^W" LICENSE NOTICE &^an^t 0, LucUa O'—Uift. ^SrS.r —*— ^tan •^S^V^BX^MAN. -lal* %  •Wrata. Dial mJLTION ,i Cable and ,rd, St. Ijwience Gap. on Thursday next 30th Ma-ch. %  ' nn n *' %  oollectlon of Planks, old lumbar, were! block •!*-*• a collection of Pme Tables *f?**£L how every"d done ,„d lhc> \ s 1 a were very [lleuty. with ; which he hld^ducf •a ihe aftain of the partjh. Mr F c. Goddard also spoke terms „t h e .T, had cmMou, I* ..uties as Churchwarden. lakkM the members for their kind rtmirkB Sr?"-" 1 "' H. St. G. W.TS the new Churchwarden. Q Gittcns seconded. -;..mously euiMd ilfouf Churetn Un, him. He said %  %  4 to uw aboUti Ut he hoped Ih,.i %  a so on I cry • • ouid cooparaU aa m done m KSM Intern! <.jtEoin 8 • nleo. he said that he never got ruffled and look interest in the running of the •iffairs of the parish lor the work ne lad done. Ml %  %  %  %  • %  -" II ti ..nd Mrs. 11. A !" !" nd junior lively. felt that Mr notion to Mr. (, scd Mr. Drayton tor nominating him bul declined owing to i. :ime. Mr. M \i |.„ AIM Sen Cachalot, sen \u D-Ortac. Sch Anita H Sen Eta J** !" %  trl aitiamul O Crordon. Sch. rriaaueji Fieejv, *n TuriGeralrUna H •**, Gardenia W Sch. Blue Nose Mar. Sch Hi Sch Keaunald N. Wallace, ra Tapt. ARMVALat Sch Pnnceea Louaw. 34 ton* not. all, from St Luria. AganU. 9ch tor H..1 S Sunmor*: SS. Comineoia> S Mercator: SS Ijbeiv Oolorea' S S EHrarbeth S S rarre HUU Z -. MornuKland SS Celestial SS Akxxa ItlgTUn' Warpa taounialn: S S Can Cardifl: S.S Akxaa ~ DKPARTt'rUH aai Philip H Darvidaon al tuna net, i .*>i ramur, for Untie). Guutu, Aglent* -cnooner Owarrra 1 AwcUiu. *h Haaeil Sw.n, 30 ;,„. Marks, lor St VlrarM Owner* A-. M V Carare* 33* ton* Ttmidad. Agenl nmaii Co Ltd •UtRlYALS BY 11 >^ from Trinidad: Alan Pterr HuMditaon. Daniel Nieunxsrk. Aunder, Warki ^xrViola Williams .' il nm raaawnrUr Irrencc Hawkn •tanaai Porullo: Joseph JudxI Tom St. Lucia: George Adama rlesir> Bel % %  ^UrUl>4il [•a'ARTVTWa BY B.W.I A L For Trinidad .... rat*semen Mr Rek.] rat .;.!•. Mjar ,'orui Seileel Mlea Carol !,} Medfurd Mrw\i.. a ttmOtm For Cuidad TrujUlo: Mr Vertwin SpeirTht; Mrs Hwaalyn -a rf-iler. Mr. Paul SaiI .^efr Ooniaslves: %  .UI: Mss Havtrive White Mrs Eathet r n Mr. 'rthur Plewa: Mr • Braar.-...rl lle-wMr Jotu. Ilatn~'i. • %  Mr* Arnutnde Osrrlere. Mr. Frnest i lien Stock Market Pleads Not Guilty Oi .Mauslaughter LON1XJN, M... The new traalUifl period, which oe*un in Uie London Si .nunge la .,i ihreg %  .iay—sumcient to ousincss at low %  1850 was without mati .lui'nce on price* tc-d ill wi-ic null and mixiM Bntlah funds wenwithout notable alteration, allnuuKii U 0Ccasionai miprovemeiu in ed. Industrials ind were harder where ch..: %  provincial buying. 11 Policemen Say Goodbye To The Force • fraga pace 5 He then wished BWM 'ionslife and prolonged happiness In NtfetraMDt Sgt Major Franklin next moved a vote of thanks and this was seconded by Sgt. Inni-s Sgt, Klcock. who ip-jkc OD bamUll rvUring, thanked the Commisi'olice for urnaniMiig Ibc Function. The function was climaxed with Sgt. Thompson singing mans Lot." and l\ Doodle All Day."' Cpl Best and Bgotdgman RoUock oi 'be Hand gave Comic Sket* %  Sgt. Brathwaite took the place of Capt. Ralson Band. At the end. the retiring Sergeants led the Band tn a march around the Square. Those pending retire men: an Cpl. W. Norrts. who Joined in 1946 and is being invalid,-,, out of the Force after being injured whileOD duly al S. i Constable Blavkman who joined in February 1 £r>19Me • 30 year.s 1 month Captain Suspended GLASGOW. for 3 years by a Court here corn stranding and total Ice* of the 7.750 ton London cargo ship "Janet. ( %  Iiuiie*' oil the Argentine coas last April. •UX1 found Uul u.iii> traa cauaad by default o .tin J. A. McCore i;.ind. The chief I I Court hi wrote up his log Eron the aliere log. He "aa se\eiel> iCprimandt-d, rad of realponsibilily to: the .stranding and loss of thi I H N| —(Renter. 20Kilkdi ."ilHnjur.il MANILA. March 30. Groups of d; said to be 1.000 • I i %  south of Maiul.i KCOrdinfl to le I IVfJd "> the t 11 .if 'Mile and 50 injured, the raj i — Reulrr SHIPPING NOTICES Canadian National Steamship* Barbados Baibadoi • from page a %  d i wont to the Police n and leported it." TO Mr. Ward: After the iim light Mosely went on Duratit's .i.ined, he did not h.i\. :!.. iword. Me did not hear Mosely tlucatt-u 1're.sMe had seen Adolphuv ill bj tbi tirst light. I bOU llrew.sler speak Mi atlj Reynold Phillips added his brief quota to the evidence. He hud what had happened bet w een Mosely and Prescod. At this stage the Court adjourned until 10 a.m. today. i.ovi IIA>II \i Minns 1-s.OY RODNEY 1-ADY NBJtON IAUY HGDNEV t-M>Y NE1SUM IADY RODNEY MlMHHtH siv IADY RODNEY IADY RODNEY 1-ADY NUi-os IADY RODNEY 11th tea] MM \U\ Nth May Uth Mar LaV An >r.| June 3rd Jul. Sih Jti Bth Apr 13rd apt rsii' lath June Hth Jul, lath Mtfa An ITth AP lWh AM JSlh Apr SU. M ai ath rrtaylTth May Sth June letn J..., lath June nth JtUMStth Sth July STIh ^ Mth Jell :ui Aua Ml. I l-t Jim 10th July — tth Auc 13th J.il llth Ai.. N.B.—Subject to chance without noUM. All vcaset, ritted with rold *torage CBaM bera. Paaaancer Farea and frelchl latee on applacatlon to ; — GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD. A f enU. I'ubiir timUm Cmd Al'POINTNENT Or IIAKHUI R \Ml SHIPPING HArBTaxt, HARKAIHis Applications are invited for the ixjst of Harbour and Shipping Master Barbados. Applicants must be the holdei of | MrtlAcatO as Master of a foreign going ship, or must have attained the lank of Navigating Lieutenant or any higher rank in His Majesty's Navy. The post is pensionable with >akuy .-it the rate of $3,840 per annum. Applications with eopiM Of 'testimonials should be addressed to the Colonial Seereiar>. Public Huildmgs, Bridgetown, and should reach him not later than the 30th of April, 1950. 3U.3.50—2n REAL ESTATE inn || mt board and "h.nale huuic mth t*o brUiuuM.k Kiandlnc on about *s acre of land situate in Sea Via Lsicelles Plantation. Priced I or ra U-rriit. See HAROLD PROVERBS oi co LTD. Z3J.se, aaxdJa. Ker for sale to public comiKtition on Friday the 31st Dai of SUrtli ifW, at 3 p m. al our iXBee Jamas Street The Measuag* Dwelllnc house and •hop -tuale al Tudor Sireet. Brid*eti>*i. BdJoaabal The EcoLf Church standing on IIMI4 aquare feet of land. This properly which I* built of stone comprlsaa a shop to the front and a 'iiUsUng of Bve roi back. i.n^Uicil* and Government vain lor inspection apply on tic prenusas the tenant any day. ii., '.it;-.,. paMlpvain %  •H ; HITCH IN SON . BANFirj.n Solicitors, James Street, IT 3 SOaDWBalalira HOUSE llh 1*80 Mjuare frt of land .ituate at Spruce Street, Brldav' : MO HOUSE with IJtra square le,'i al lard -ituate at Welllnctoii town. A PARCEL OF IAND contalnlni I.Hi) >quare feet situate at Wrunaiot. Street. Bridgetown The above air the properties ol CaminM and will be set up for ,!-;,.CnmpeUtion at lal Offlct. ^o. It James Street Brlda.eton on Ft Ida v. Mat March. 1900 %  tn two above menling houses, apply io th* re•pecllvc tenants. YEARWOOD 4! BOYCE. S4.3-MSn. IHNT.Al/iW AT NAVY GARDENS lU Cool QU %  MM raelea Biertta %  ••• * %  I and Breakfaat Boom* 11 In larder and I ipet and tiled bath. J badroonii -•'i 'h tarn pnasajf and waiei breadfruit and other fruit nd yrd* Sood condlUon, Inspection h ,,ot>ointmer.t OlJ) Archie CI .. 1 The inderifned will offer Io* >ale -* wedneaday the th dafy of *K1 de^lra'bta Cgalow railed -CUB %  RJack Rock, with the lai.J baal Mi. Charlon '.' feu laaee rantauna 1 large^pw*" laivnory and B-. i-ove-nmenl Wa %  %  "' Tor further particulaes .! Sale applv > ..ml l"a.. Si. IaacJa, si Aruba. date ol lanling .ill b.Slvan. B.W.I. SCHOONER OWNERS' ASSOCIATION I INC.) Coiiaia-noaa. II MAIL NOTICE by UM SchooiH-r -Unitr-I Pill will b. 10 |.m. on Slat Roglgten d liaU it '.'.so : Mari-h. ID50. orihiiiiij Mail .ii 2.10 p.m. nil UM .Uil Mai.h 19S0. lit t.i.r.. in.i.\s.tii v\ mil i FRENCH USE •S'ailiny lo .sailing to Trinidad Plumoufh "MISK" Apui Ma) 19&0 "(.ASCOGNK". Xl'til 19th, 1950 Mth, 1950 "MISH Ma> 9th, 1950 18th, IUJO "UASCOUNK May 24th, 1950 May 31st, 1950 "GASCOGNK June 28th, 1950 July 5th. 1950 ITEM L>dia Pinkhams Compound Phillips Milk of Magnesia UNIT OF SALE Small size bottle Lariir „ 4 ox. bottle 12 oi. ., MAXIMUM RETAIL PRICE 1.70 3c. 2c. Alemion Is drawn of Prices (Defence) (Amendment) Order, 1950, No 12 win. I. will ! %  published in th, Offlcial Gazette of Thursday, Mth March, 1950. 2. Under this OrdCf tin maximum wholesale and retail selling prices of "Beef-Corned'' are aa follows: — For furlhei pai nculars apply to :— R. M. oONES & CO., LTD.-Agents. Beef—Corned WHOI.KSAI.K PRICE (nut RMrfl $17 66 per case of 48 x 12 oz. tins $4.42 par 12 tins RETAIL PRICE (not more than) 10V. per 12 ui. tin. 30.3 REAL ESTATE SEASIDE COTTAOH ood W'' near town, going eheaip. Ph*e W^ VICTOH COT, Rivef Road, itending: on 13V) .q feet of land It ha. closed Sallery. drawing and dlninS room tri oeorooms. W.C and Brltl It ^L' %  tone w,th the roof covered with UW is* and ahlnilaa II I. within aaayhmh nf all the schools and Brtdl Bus la.e. V^ant PO~'-^'•'> tdasarine Lane MJM.-4A. AT UM ofnc* orT the uridalgn*>l p Friday next Mat tautest a I P '. Sm mmmmm Iffl 'auM IfARBADO'* I . shsmraa BARBADOS 1• %  if atair* BARBADOS SJJ THADINa CO >-"rSa-rtre^at!S. fcaa^SSi/ %  •', ,,,f. "* "J*; , iur-n" •** " TO MHItt HAMS XM1 l.llt I l:\MI M ( OKI K \( IOB* Merchants and Government Contr,, gainst the Government are again reminded that payment of all such accounts ahoul fore the 31sl o/ .March, 1950, al the Treasurj;. : Failure to do this will lead 10 payment ol the claim. 28.3.50—2n. jisr mint 100 IAB IH MII\(, )t>iR msrwenon irraa S.P.C.K. BOOK DEPARTMENT /./ FLOOR — C f. BAMBOO* & %  CO, III). '"-"* JPJS measr". lt P "' CAWUNOTON A^ 1 ^,,, "Tot" It CHOICE • DELUXE TAB1X aKXaBL Burner complete • %  r" a** • A LTtLm \ Ht ^NU AII TW tt n*t.k far B.I-,) Ml H1BLE BOOH S Jej" l .".!" Ki..l. 'la this baah UM aalber baa takaa -" -H' "•'! tbra.fb i.. Bisit fraaa G...W. t. lb. A.U -f the Ap-.tl liaise ttntU'Urs a* Saa iwl IIATION Si KOOKIS T. WASBlhuTOS a, Basil Malbe-s 'a ft*sl (all aalharlUllse hiearapky .1 the ikrMl .a-naler s>a isUrirrlrf.i And (aur NOVEL* '.EOHCETTE HEVER in i n .in mi. st'ui laAintf. TBS gPAMaU BBUtE Tbosa and nan laaaaa, ttoek. i>, Well a— % %  Vsuwrs eaa aa a Stale sg %1 raaeraable prise, salUSM aa illu te people af all laaUi aag agta. WILLIAM FOGARTY LTD. INC. IN B.C. %  lusi in limt' for F.untvrH uE K001WKAR OF DISTINCTION Tll.MI t III IK II S %  | Guaranteed < niiifm I. "* a llroun WUIOW. Black • 7 Box (all Oxdinls. i Famous l.ni;lisli Sirons, Black oi Drown Oxlorcls, Mruuii Hriiuue Willnu Brown Semi BreafUfl Suede. !! FOOTBALL Tlie Fixtures for the 1950 Koothiit ui be %  I from Ihe Hon c/o Advocate Co. A lirnited number of coaching manuals of the Football Association of England can be bought from i ry Secretary 11 ..rosen'.atives or clubs aflll.. REMOVAL We beg to notify our friends and clients, that our Ofhce is now situated over Bala Shoe Store Ltd., Lower Bread Street. Telephone No. 4345. <\ L. PITT & CO. -re'*'V/W,V/V'.V..V/-..'.\ NOTICE We be)g iu remind our CUfn..i OUT Grocery Department will be closed half-holiday as USUall rhundny 6th April. Kindly nrdrr >arl> and ubligr S. E. COLE it CO, LID31.3.50 /AV-",V/W//V.'/.'.W.'.' ( '%  '. BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY CORPORATION LTD. i on MALI: HBAL ROTATE IIIXOS AND HI 4IMIN (JOHN M. Hl.AlHIM ni\u. •: %  •DIXON & BLADON" 1 "DIXON & UL.'tDON" Mrn.ni %  "DIXON & BLADON" nrtiI "DIXON & BLADON" DIXON & BLADON" h %  RENTALS %  %  %  %  in NUAli %  : "DIXON & BLADON" III Al. KSTAataa \I.IMAuetiuiu.i-. i sureyon. ri.ANH iioNs III ii.niM. I'll.ui,4640 SUITINGS! 100% WOOL St" wide— $S.U yard in Orey, Fawn, Beige, Brown, etc. GENTS! Thee exceptional valaca arc even rheper than predri alualiun prices. Don I mia* UUk gulden upportunit>. Bey M suit now and avoid dawp poin tme n t. VISIT THANI BROS. Dull 34C6 Pr. Wm. Hy. St and 6,42 & 53 Swan St





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PAOI I "i R B\RHW:<'~ >vi FRIDAY. MARCH BWAmMAMmi IMIM" oi A PLA* f. T * 1 P..MI.ISI •>. Ttk, AMMi Co. U&. K Bnwd at, BrUMMl ll> Sttii'tUmrinM I rlday, March 31, 1950 ,1 ma lija %  iial'iuii ivc been made on sev%  %  t financial control is at variance with the practice To-day both the Colonial Treasurer and litor General have retired, and the !ices have not ye? been filled. The suggestion is still being made that ihould be amal^amated and thai a single department should Up tindei I Financial Secretary. The time is ripe even if not for the imatton, for the Government to consider whether amalgamation should in fact take place and to seek legislative authority the new department, if the scheme is approvedOne of the ar^ue department! separate in the past was that the office oi Coloplum preserved by the then D nui .! of the LegisSuch consideration can hardly be valid 11 of right, 1 sharwha'.' be done again lawfully. There VhOM ability warranted might be some good reason for Hut this was part of the polity no; |] Office lo art a5 i : %  .. fs to keep West Indians out of the eral from an office which hi BO* branch of the short staffed and theref< l %  ; %  ; denial Service gest that Mr. J W. B. Chenry passing a similar address m anI! the Barbados Legislature Judge of the Assistant I ig. should consent to the secondment Appeal be appointed to act as Colttof an officer from the Colonial oow il already and abo th distinction. Of men in the service nf the (lovhis ability there can be no <,ues%  ho can act in the top UQO, He is a brlDlanl scholar and brackets of the service It would a sound lawver and the docuhave been proved then that it merits of the Government would would not be right to appoint | ,. written in unmistakable EnKthem permanently, wh.ch li abn s h while the work in the LPKsurd. islative Council would be conThi < %  %  !-.:n,il 0 king ducted by one whose knowledge an attempt lo veil the truth of 0 f Barbados is deep and ihr.rrituaoon from us by making ough. Since 1 have given eonsldwhat seems to be a magnanimous eration to this < %  rig on leav,and offer. In truth and in fact it Is commend the Colonial Office t" %  dlffl lilt! S I (ice. It was known In thi six months ago thai %  bout to go on %  was not likely %  %  igth of time that Barbados it war unlikely tl il I a won!'! return llld have been %  '!', %  : in this island uspicion of th • n it was the a |,,. rnall nlal omeo in I %  ranking ofnN irk iffoit tn avoid be ng leusad appoi inting him to Itl Sir John Unison Life look I ide upon the one of the most uutstand: island. The %  i of men Sii John i i %  i H b %  ii k Clarke, a %  %  %  %  %  lie was %  .i i on tinI. niniatran of the I %  %  lent nf treating this island with scant sistant Colon al SeenThere is little need to labour don the point, but I should like W to the importation of an outsider, P^int out that the attitude ol tr • -nnable to suspect that Colonial Office in the matter •* n may now be expectn '"suit to Barbados. 1 ncre are ed from mt upon the potot Ol an men in the Service who can .in alternative. I offer the alternative any """ice which this %  anflDii with much hesitancy. The point t offer and despite the is of equal delicacy to me as it statement against the Civil &might be with the candidate whom 52 J suggest should be appointed to has more "brains in it ti-.an Lght be accused of pushMW pthac time of the MJW ing the claims of candidates and We '* ] !" <* omp "^""J^M i BM Hi-llberntelv that it is the h •* unknown in this island H not taken now we IM ^•£3 that the fact that public expresat a!a,r £ e t ; t i plan. This island is suf*'>" %  given to the claims of %  Period ^rbados was from too candidate for a Government post supply a man to act as Colon.,., uch of the Colonial Office. We was the greatest factor against Secretary .-avs been able to produce his selection. The constitutional position is %  arrv nn the afAt the death of Mr. Harry that we cannot refuse to accep: fairs of this country in the best Scott Kewlands, the Colonial the officer if the Color.;.. and although the tide Secretary was called upon to act persists in sending him but it I iuvemor and as a result the then should be made clear that h* H -.,,. mistake Attorney General acted Colonial comes against our wishes, against of the then Governor in not makSecretary while one of the Judges the interests of the island end In IIIK i strong recommendation to of the Assistant Court of Appeal the face of strong opposition. 1 • %  : %  time of acted as Attorney General. There think that the British Govern5ce that a is precedent for the Attorney actment still values the goodwill of ipin*: as Colonial Secretary; and the people of Barbados %  i.'il Seen 1 although I do not subscribe to the time that we consult our own inU.iv The;, were men in this doctrine of precedent: PRAIRIE GOLD D. V. SCOTT CO., LTD. DRILL CHUCKLES A men schoolgirls, five [tendance when the HOUM %  t 3 is p.m. %  Lfly i.ve WaicIV E. K. Walcott did his best to discover just how long this happy asso. t.mi place would be the only but 1 fear be could have been Smith, 1 little the wiser for the replies think, is of the opinion that, in received from his namesake o<> .six hours punishment the Government side. From ther l li too arduous in th: UUI PU mtfapien t drill is the reasons as to why the Con' %  HATH the wheatlands of western Canada lies what may prove to be one of the Already th i ectaoular oil boom rivalline; tfi lays in Texas. Oklahoma, and California. Along with the hundreds of individual speculators and wild-catters, every major oil company in the United States and Canada has a stake in Alberta oil, pouring vast stores of men. capital and technical skill int) the newly-discovered treasureland. The Canadian Government is watching ; raenta in the oilfields with a do for hero may iic part of the answer to Canada's current dollar shortage. At the moment Canada foots an annual bill of some 300 million U.S. dollars for oil imported from the United States and Vi nezuela. Since the new hich this island has finds in Alberta this sum has already been cut aBains; ., DiUton dollars, and with the many projects now under development. Canada can look forward to the day when it will have more than enough oil within its own borders to meet domestic needs. Furthermore, as : the capital now developing the oil. Industry in Alberta comes from the United Canada is already getting millions of sorely needed U. S. dollars as a direct result of the new discoveries, The .story begins early in 1947. At that time the bulk of Canada's crude oil production, less than 10'; of requirements, came from Turner Valley in Southern Alberta. Production at Turner Ich had been discovered in the thirties, was declining, and it looked as though Canada would continue tn import most of its oil. Then in Fe> 1947. the discovery well at Leduc. Alberta, "blew in" and opened the door on a new chapter in Canadian oil history. Leduc. located 20 miles south of Edmonton, Alberta's capital is ol particular Importance because it pointed to the existence of an oil-bearing formation in the central plains of Alberta, andpn is had long suspectit the oil-rich busin, of which Texas was a part, stretched all the way from Alaska to the C in If of Mexico. 3 B .. T lM A.ST..AUAN D "' B * OUKKK OATs La„, p k „ ^ M.I "AVS RKD u^ BUR. p, r boU|e ^ TO-PAVs SP^". gl'he COLON";' exclusive tcrests in lh!s matter. nun, the adjnurnc'i Whit the Army refer; (Mr Bmhopj post had been 'Clock, to us "pack drill-—drill with full mode permanent, but UtU LndiSAVE VOIR ceae| WE NOW %  C *LV. >HSH WIRE for FISH POTS A t III! hi \ w% In 1 Inch. I| Inrh n inch nmk from 18 inrhn lo 7? Inrhm .id. — Alu ) inch. ] Inch by 4 ff*t GAI,\-ANISEIl LASHING WIKr from 19 lo IK GMIC WILKINSON & HAYNES CO., LTD Smceum C. S. PITCHER & CO LTD" PHONES: 4672; 4487 BJ M{ ^ Autumn 1948-., -.-try of a second SESg .S^. %  "W"-*'. ""y ""^ -ortheas, The iv. %  0 %  gut .if fun equipment, I am might be expected to becon,. .. Hill to amei Uuoj ( the past. Controls, it is' ot L-^ucbince then promising finds have r?* Uue ,] been made at Barrhcad Ron ArenrH rviirior. where, and no one coul oaiiudo, t^n Accord Uolden ..i:y degree of accuracy how kin* opike. .J U hitewood and bteltlerftdttlOPI may continue Kfl ^elI years ag>Qtroll has an excellent clUAM -%-eat and of reaching matui Contreller Stays Put seidon*. on at the d seem that the '(iiend*' k L immour. K tt and the merl f; "l latt I to remain with us ; .hucKk-s %  time to come, for the c %  1 %  dent uiiii : %  %  i %  %  i i i. %¡ ive tilth-I : 111!" I uch that %  %  MOJI tO plate kl In th.%  i. He altar* the omcei fOI lli.it %  vanian "hi >! Supplies become a perm.i TUEGAMBOL? .^."' L •* N^-^M "**" ibA CtlllC TO 5TAITI WITH IIST TO mi n uxx MM* WHAT'S ON TODAY Ceert ui i.umi v^s *t i "ii t rn i mi. v. N I K-. .. (II l I I umii I'KiNi i nf III. i OI i\ IONIII UONEI i.in>.(i\ 4 IKIIII I. II \l I I lnh'i huul SpotU. Km %  ingtuu I .' 30 p m I imthall. Queen'* Park at 5.0 p m. Mobile ( im ..u Qai erument liiduitfUl Hehmtlv SI. fhllip t ;; .II p.m. ime f %  cm Mi Raac o %  lad io iee %  : I D nuking ramarks, which %  that he was |aa. I ordaxad the i. . %  Ida to i"und up the \ %  turned, but be that he did not hat with him A %  %  imorous, as he .vfth a partecUj face. (the day, Governor that prorogation would be made next Tueadai et 3 p.m., but no %  %  ol tame, from Mr Brancker to I enimeiii. Brtgadc i Its full complement of m very thought of a really bad lire u Brtdaatoarn makai one tu •treaath, it M Miecr folly to percontinue ''loomed with relief all in ll; Viberta. But exploration has not been confined to Alberta. Wildcattmt; is under way in the neighbouring provincea o( Saakatehewan, Manitoba and British Columbia. With proven reserves ol 1.1 billl i i .i.'id with a much ited potential, based on the size of the prospecting oree, the pnlriea of Western Canada promita to rival Texas as one of the U in North A: At the r>; | roductiotl is being curbed for lack of refineries and tranaporta%  I terl has been made on a 1,900 mile pipeline which in 1951 will join Edmonton to Superior, Wisconthe head ol From Will l>e transported in tankers to i lo, for refining and then.. em Canada, Any surplus will go to the oil-hungry communities of the midd bring to Canada much :ollars. Until that time the flow of Alberta oil is being regulated against the day when it can flow south, east and west to the ready m.. [ng it. For Albei .. e oil boom pi I golden era in the province's hiatorj in 1MB.the province, Which owns most of the mineral right 1 11 "Hi toes, it-ins and royal-. ally Alberta hopes to n I its annual revenue from oil industry.' Pi Mnds to benefit from! he increased government revenue. Returns ."rom the oil industry are paying for a large i school: movements. The' municipalities tOO ill receive larger tax revenues as a result of the oil bonanza. order to-day from Sianstfviti Scott A fife. i.Ul. Don't Mm These Foot Buys!! Haai TODMO IWMH Cow & Gil Gluww turn n.wtn SinncM* Ihun CWnsi CMny CMVM Dhd CMWM CMmi wt*i, cm Alymws Atpwt*. fa Mrredith k Dm l^w, CrUpi .. Kaaaaa i CoAUrdi Whnt DRM I no) nu o*i p*r b*. $&&* Jth& fcaibh • NEW BRIDAL SPLENDOUR AND ELEGANCE HERE TO ENHANCE ALL SPRING BRIDES DA COSTA & CO, Lm DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT pcalins for %  .i *en*e bound uji witli %  i Walltil i treatment of %  %  ... %  %  • ilisli Amliassaidoi In Paris Appeals For Hospital old and deatttute patient* A\V\ attention in Parii In an English iodern maternity block. Up-Uiatmosphere lies in the !( living iii |>aru r the 1 feet, a Urge outIncludlng a The ituh real£,0W *.*. ,ne income awaaujl %  •i haven Tot the Mck. The fully year 1 estimated deflclt. th11 %  I lh.lt :i i him in i -uecewfulW ci< to ol IK ( O U R£4DS SAY Hoipiul hulo spend and ridicule and viUb 0 annually. The income Mrniga win, lack of commnnniiM :.n;: peril -on for our iire.. respect of those paHouse of Representatn, _-BK-*!!!! u dl '' lhc V %  *• .l>as_voted lo ul lu sthat that ". "'"•",%  "" %  "umaieu oencit. uwruore. Can this insultin. ?)3 .?. V. Ur *"^ S S! ,•[ %  •' B, "" h ""<"""• l '•>. and it is a Ing be attributed to cSmjin %  : %  ; fff!\. — widens, since T& answc, : constant increase in the cost with half while adding to the and and I',. '" ot >>S. while adding to the and who ii IK>I tl providing 1 "' !'>' wkcharge of the hospitals maintenwill realize the lb iw in .1 foreign land. ance. makes it at the same timo ace of I more and more difficult for ui erous patron-, to post-war condmona have added contrtbuUons. I burden of the hostheir .wm as Unless this gap can be bridged. died upon there Will bl DO course Sorthe tf hospital but t in AnThi. thi lose its nkable; the (im n d 1 am free sure that British peoali of liberty—i. „ igei t I IMI Salmon %  Kippers Mackerel Fruitt & Vegetables Cabbage — Tomato String Beans. Carrots Beets



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-r f RlPAV. MAW II II, MM BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE FIVE pleads Not Guilty To Manslaughter Charge ii FRED PRESCOD. a young Christ Church lad plead,.„„, nifltj" < manslauKluor at ihc Court of Grand Scscharged with killing 21-year-.,M n Lodge Road on the night of October 31.1 •MaPat'Of St. Andrew 116 Yrs. Old ..IS CHBISTIAN KF.LLMAN. Esrsn gSriFnncttKellman ] JfSiSrwid children but is a: ifflivmfi wth her two C2L Teresa Kellman. hci Bt *"" %  %  w tr.ii% £ £d >n who was killed In ^^rTst S,v, rll oJrt wimlnlstcrs Holy Com2E u> hrr al her DOOM rtfUbrlv. nEFEU""TO a letter in Our R Readers Say of Wednesday'* fJLS,e. under the head •GyraEro*. R T MWhelin. Corns'of Po""'. told u,e Au„aV reittrtej that at preeent Tit nol'DOtolbie to have the gy^ traffic system in Ti nfJJ letter suggested to the —mnu oner a gyratory system jJSSlir Square by ehminati.ll crow traffic in the Square. S Commissioner said that while t inpreciated that it certainly %  an Ideal system (or traffic to no 1. w .v around Trafalgar Square „ti no tnlenection streams, thu ncson why Inter* ctinfi In nn IP> a t present allowed is to reve the congestion ol traflk gran the Vktoris Bridge which mid result if there was no cut jew the Chamberlain Bridge He pointed out that if a stronger vd wider Victoria Bridge WM aected in place of the preeeni one, "well men, by all means the gyratory system would be put into operation". „ . ID answer to a question about toore Car Patts, the Comml %  Id that the question of providing %  ore puttnfl ;i rnatHr [or consideration (or the %  uthontles concerned. T H'ENTY-OM. Vi;.\K OLD Mi Geoffrey Allen, second Mr. William Allen ol Clevedale. Black Rock, was injured on Wednttday evening after he fell from %  beam at thu West Indian Distilleries. He aai taken to the General Hospital In an uncon%  oOus condition and detained. It 15 understood that he fell while exercising ami struck th bark of hu bead on the cemented floor. He is articled to the lirm of Messrs Yearwood Ac Boyce. Sol leitent of James Street. I T IS t'N OK R STOOD that 1 David Forde of Horse Hill, St. Joseph was injured when he fell from a motor lorry on Tamarind Bill Road on Tuesday. T IE LOSS of two slur HOJO was reported by Beryl Blackmail ol Maries dap, Christ Church. She stated thai thl %  ere removed from .1 bleaching •ot near her residence (M oay. A CASE PBI 1] gin broke out i>ed at Hie General Hospital on the morning of November .. about an hour after he had been rushed there suffering from a stab entre of the forenead. y ll that there had been light between I'rescod and Mosey who carries the nickname of Sammy Geese", and that Mosely had been wounded in the course >ght. I .Justice is iiver the Court. Piescod'a counael ta Mr. D. H. L %  taaoa, K.C., Solicitor Gene continues to-day. Kvidence Pint to tain lha Mand was Dr. A, s. Cato. He said that on NoIMS\ hi, had performed examination on Leonard MDnaly of Uxlge Road, hurch. Death had occur10 twelve hours before inexamination. There was a .ilab wound over the centre of the forehead throe quarters 1 I long, quarter of an inch wide, ana exundlng down to the bone. A portion of the skull was dug out and lying on the scalp. The brain was exposed. Left fiontal in area of ichaa by a third of an inch. There was irehaemorrhage over the iid base of the brain. The lungs were congest*-d with air. .irt and abdominal organs .vei.normal. There was some in tin.* right kidney. Death had been due to cerebral haemorrhage and laceration of ....> pointed insim. terabit force COUld have caused the m)ury— %  uch . i' H was laid to reet yesterday evening at the family burial place to the Northern efad Of iheCathedral m.. the corps' ai the Western gate o| the Cathe%  A-here it was borne into edral for funeral service Bvartng the bodv were Eton Frae* C. Hutson M.L.Cfc, Sir Saint. Kt. CM G O.BE HOB. G D. L. PUe. O BE.. Dr Charles Manning. Dr. Lindsay Hut-on, Mr. Q. F Sharoe. Mr • WE. Tucker. Mr. George It The Gox-ernor was rajpn the funeral by bil PnVBta M W l-.mbert The very Rev. Dean llutchtnm ii>rfurmed the funeral rites. %  Sammy Geese" only as him. In the written statement he said more than one person had attacked him. He heard a rumour al a late stage in his investigations that "Sammy Geese" had been carrying a dagger or .sword. He had heard lha; "Samn had a row with 1 girl tailed Rubv Belgrave. He never heard that "Sammy Geese" had tnxi %  %  1th the sword or dagger A statement had been taken from Belgrave. He was not sure if she had mentioned the dagger. The impression that he had got; jj", „ bid farewell to four during his investigations was that Iflclr ^'"patriots who are retlrthe row between "Sammv Geese' lK and others who are pending and the gtrl had taken plare U fore the accused came into the 1 Tnos *' 'Ctu nig were Sgt. Elcock affair. It was alleged that "Sammv 1 wno scr\-ed for 40 years leveland Jones .md Revmonth*. He joined the Force 111 nold Phillips had been walking r fflrcn I910 and WM Promoted to together that night. 1935. In i44 Dr. D. D. Payne said that at %  %  been brought to the Casualty. Ha %  %  lha was deeply shocked and romat,-. A as proHe had a punctured wound in Ibi Bant In I8H and '•entre of the forehead. He was. '" IMS he was awarded the admitted to 1 ward where It was ( revealed that the spinal fluid WM Mattel, lb pure blood instead of being a clear this medal in 1944. Plantation, St Philip, at about him the knife, he told him that 1115 p.m. on Wednesday and dm %  ""' %  T'.JKIH froyed thin, and %  hall •" L ,' ^ 1 %  JCODd crop np,. i.,n.The canes 1 that deceased had curled n in arethep IO pvn% uf Messrs. IS. and the mouth, that he had a x B. Smith nf Thicketts, St. Philip. 11 Polic'f men Say (ioodbye To The Force YESTERDAY at District A' Station, a large gathering of Police Sergeants as well as Sergaanta, who retired many years ago, gathered ied about an hour afterwards. Doiihitul Shown the kmf Paj-ne said he was doubtful about that having caused the injury. Ward: The wound nva '.he impression bntrunent used WM mort like pick, Cpl. Goring corroborated the Sgt. Ho* ard. So did P.C. 164 Sgt. Ivan Thompson well known for his ad %  An Hour In Some Broad St. Alleys I AN Adveoate Range I inspected I aaing mi*. %  UJfl yeetenhu myinuig hninti nig..— Lukes \h* A where hawkers sell vegetable* and fruit. Kotten oranges arm tomatoes scattered around. Trays nearly in the centre of the roauway. Banana skins, pea husk cabbage leaves, cocoanut shells and 1 igarette boxes knocking -round In the gutters. Push carts ip the passage Up and aown the alley of pi Alley badly in need of a washing Uolton l^ne: Grass and otiu-i ahrnhbary growing m the gutter lean. Manchealer 1-me I' [awken blocking the enStreet. l-tiu .-IT LjJM rce in 1913 ..iid wosi w .hich [omatiy Baraaant In 1938. He was awarded the Colonial Police I,ong Service Medal in 1948 and up to th %  Joined 111 l!H I I % %  % %  tember 1914 Car Dtanaged In Accident The right rear fender of the motor mr M. 763 was slighll> damaged when It became Involv e.t in an accident with the lorr M 1848. which was being .tn\. by Arthur Green of Camnglon Village, atong Delghtons Road. St Michael, about 1 p.m. yesterday. The car is owned and was beim It McKenzle. Victoria Btreat, City The lorrv parts >>t Payne ol rpper cotiymore Rock. Schooner Brings Firewood Schooner "Felicia Monica" an* "Princess Louise' culled vester;:iging with tons of firewood, 310 bags o: copra. 451 bags of charcoal, cocoanuts and fresh fruit. FnUcta Monica from British Qu "Princess Louise" from St Luoil The Schooner Oi tion. are local agents "I im a proud consuner ol GOAT CHOW e cows begin their younx ones on . CALF STARTENA Ihtaln.bl. Iroa II. J A BON JONES C.. Ltd. W.V.W.V.V.V.V.V and aare Insured, AN ACCIDKNT occurred at % %  about 12.15 p.m. on Wedncs•y on Hincks Street batwaan notor lorry M-878, owned by M. L lljinson of Fontabelle. and wiven by Darlington PWlllpe of auek Rock, and another lorrv, *n*d by Kendal Plantation and wiven by Osbeit Pucki Cumea Hill, St John. The right front fender of Kendal t lorry wu dan A VOSK1.RS m 8, inven by J* Giles Hmds nf First Avenue, ew Land, and a horse drawn fe in Ins hand, and that when he) mi ins hand, "Sammy d got cut. %  • ,d n"l d ments, accused had been informed that he was chai %  icauuonad bin Aceuaed had made a voluntary statement. n tt i tncai conu -xly of MOS-, •d se*" •!* %  The knife and clothing had been %  ,. Dr. Wal%  nni,ent Itacler.olog.. PC. Ethelbert Sargeant toWl after the beginning (N the Court he had accompanieo; War I. Hi 'ted to Mosely to the Hospital. iSen. Allan Forde. an Island Consi^Colonial Police he had been going al UMlal. Lodge Road in the night Mrtng were October 31. he heard the noise] former Sgt. Major of peoii:> iring Col accused running towards bio and the accused ran into Hum H Tree Gap He (witness) condny. %  %  .,) were ued up the road. Further up, h< saw three people, and Springer, who %  tried to rouse. The man said Col nothing. He got in touch arith : Witness continuing told .mi that having Sergeants had to Skeete Hill %  11 of the accused had been arrested. Hi had not known "Sanum : formed. before. Hi Phillips went down l gap to go home. Mosely croeei accused and said "1 %  want to beat me". Mosel> "loosed" a cuff at PTescod. The cuff caught Prescod and the ten. started to struggle. Prescod was og all the tine as advancing. ". own*i ; llK i di ivenTby Benja[ ad the" do! %  : A1W ln % %  J ordan of Bush HnU, WW ., h i ha d "'In*'"" 1 "J !" n that the felt hat ww g!" l*W in in .nndcnl on Bank Ulpros. Bmil a| about 4.00 p.m. ft Md 'Tm NOHni Lawn Tonnis Club *• I 1 bv holdiliK ^i *h S.lp lo-morrow, April I, 5 "* %  %  %  r"*." 211 II jj IJ 1 'ei IM IHII • THI: I. o-5u nwnpd b> Mr ^Q* Cane ol L* !" ".' inv !" by Mis%  ""Mil Walk.-r wu Im %  •ccid.ni on Mount Wilton J"J with a b'ryclo i iddm by *Jf; Marnhall o( Spa. St. Joseph. A*by M.nnall was lattr Mkrn ZJ*" General Hospiul ant) fc 2 h lc bcadlanip of JJJ unasbfd whilithi [^ nunuvely damasoil Okii %  ine rosdad that the weapon which deceased was have had in hi* hell like a cutlass than n N,x: witness vears in Polic %  tliMid S, r\i. ( ng Sergeants had rendered good %  m gofrtt1 i "bad 'i %  rted when %  igeonts >tarted. conditions were more difficult, but %  :hat in the Police Force each member must pa i %  irossoss th he hoped that the footstep He said thai ii nuch as possible %  • hut that has to soda bottles. Donkey-.art pariatM m the centra ol lha roadway l.ivrrpHd lane: Kairly clean ; ound. Ilifgiiuofi LaaM One of the most untidy alleys. DOOI Jow shutters place.! at the Broad Street entrance and fornunn ;. blockage. Hits of card. A large %  bills 'ommissioner of PoUca told the Advocate raatatday thai in the abaanca i %  • City marital and as a result of Pob I ttan are forced to move highways and go into than %  ither hand .1 n toU lha) Advocalr I %  .ileys. th< filthy eondltionItributad to • %  %  (ran ail < kata that the Sanitary Dei". ild an>ntQ) .1 regular Alley Staff to keep lha : anch oul from Broad Street, clean. Butter COIIH\S To Aid Hou8ewivts THE islands supply of bultei was increased by 1.696 eases i tinned butter (ran t 85 cases of peanut butb Brisbane alien port h %  asday. nan) rived Just In time for tl %  i.md. %  hich arrived here from Austranada up of me*'.. About 260 cad %  ol among the supplies taken %  # bourne Egg pulp, mutton, Bi od earroLs samples, icecream mix 1 >IIH %  from that ;. From Sydney, brisket beei %  at, al %  1 %  U .. %  pudiiinK and peahrjj mixture), custard powder, vanilla %  %  Trinidad whenit l tierces of oranges (or tl d.Ut_ '* %  '"' at.l ifherageshe pieaance "' blcaal 3Sr,1.7r ,,h r The rtit ol the recalled leatold Mr Wart JonM 1 tarwd to beat He had sword in hi Pracod came up after the nfht Mod) and Prc~-od m to each „ v Nrx, "* • walking with us SdtS* 1 "" ? Z"%to\ tartad to lllbt K, "thev loughl. Mowly wa, re1 £r and R" '- IT*: -v v";; and run down Use road Mo~ y .„ mtablini. Mid e.an-ua'1) relton Let^l "*-*, |aKi' I k o tog.th" Is are Mesara Da "-oat: a> ..11 iiate : Co. Ltd. We have lull received a Heaiitiful assortment of . LEATHER NOVELTIES (Hand Painted) With tin Crest of the . umvrasrn WKST INDIES and al) wllh the Creat of IIARll The porfacl Memento to send to that friend abroad BAG PUR8I HOOK MAI1KKK POCKFT KNIFE (In caae) SMlll'I'INt; PURSE KEY CASE i LEAF NOTE UOOK SIKII'PINti LIST HAIR CHIPS MANICURE /.Il'P Pt'ltSE (2 kindal STAINLESS KNIIT In case In cue) sili IE HORN im caae) SET TRAY PURSE (2 kinds) FOLDING itl'l.l; MANICURE SET BOX COVER CARD CASE MAGNIFIER in caae) l TOIIAt CO POUCH [UPP] FRUIT KNIFE tin caae) POCKET WALLET CIGARETTE CASE ZIPP WALLETS (u. Map of Harbadoa. Shoaj Windoir RKITi: HI UHUilll \|| LTD. £ooking %r J^eauty in 3$edIsime apparel? YOU SHOULD INSPECT THESE LADIES NYLON NIGHTDRESSES shirred It.ulixiiivitiu.m ..nil mh frilled sliculdrr make ideal glfU. trap*. These are LADIES ART SILK NIGHTDRESSES In flowered Jer%r>. LADIES SATIN NIGHTDRESSES I laatalilH irlmmed. In While. I'irik and Blur. HARRISON'S BOAD ST. USE A RIPPINGILL.ES BLUE-FLAME STOVE FOR EASY & CLEAN COOKING A.S.BRYDEN& SONS (B DOS) LTD. AGENTS. These Items have the Hall Mark of Quality lor Men uau Mom ..: %  .—44 ins. %  Ml M IMIKIII mils. Whtta cotton hemstllcheil with Initials I ... li 41c. II iNDKI K( nil Is %  ,.lle.l i... n II.I: II \Mlhl 111 llll I with Initials %  aak .... •.. ( KI.ANISE SILK I MIIKIM Ml RA1HAC PYJAMAS otton ami wool waist From $1.22 ta $1.91 for travelling. Striped .„f. w—tl H.n MM it sit.21 JANI/I s 1. \1 I I I It I \K• I I r. CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LID. 10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street Khaki & White ', lainatli llilsl Pair sl.M IAKTZEN n till -IIIVIM cleans everything smoothly and speedily!



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TRUMAN “FED UP WITH ATTACKS”

a | Calls Republican
Senator Kremlin’s
Greatest Asset

KEY WEST, Florida, March 30.
PRESIDENT TRUMAN to-day accused some |
Republican members of the Senate of aiding |

Price;

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Driver Acquitted | THEY LEAVE TODAY
Of Manslaughter |

Guilty Of Dangerous Driving

((HARLES LASHLEY, 31-year-old chauffeur of Christ
Church was yesterday acquitted of manslaughter, but
found guilty of dangerous driving under the Motor Vehicles
and Road Traffic Act, as the case occupied the attention of
the Court of Grand Sessions for the second day. .
——____—__— *: Lashley was bour
Own recognizances

Grenada Leg. Co. jpeace for 12 months “ah ‘ hi.

, icence
will be endorsed,

Celebrates 25th His Honour the Chief Justice,

Sir Allan Collymore, presi

Anniversary vver the Court. The case for

~rown was conducted by Mr



the Kremlin by attempting to sabotage United
States Foreign Policy.

He described Senator Joseph McCarthy, who has
made allegations of Communist infiltration in tho
State Department, of being the greatest asset the
Kremlin had.

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7 hee ee Mr. Truman said that he was fed up with attacks
vyocate Correspondent) “&., Solicitor Gene ,
arte RENADA, March 30. ind Lashley was defended . on the State Department by Senators McCarthy,
The Grenada Legislature to-|J. E. T. Brancker. | Styles, Bridges, and Kenneth Wherry.
celebraied its 2oth anniver- I have little doubt

‘ ; The President specially gave 1 Ss permission to
say with a special sitting of the will remember this for | : : an: Dee



legislative Council at which His] day,” The Chief Justice 1 E quote him when he declared: “The greatest asset that the
Bxcellency Brig. R. D. H. Arun-| ley before he pound ver Kremlin has is the partisan attempt the Senate to sab-
dell in an opening address touch-|“The Jury are satisfied .



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otage the bi-partisan Foreign Policy of the United St
ed on several aspects of the con-| were guilty of
Sttution of the colony.

He lauded the Hon. T. A,
Marryshow who was the only
slected member for the period and
yeloomed the Hon, Garnet Gor- pailiigass ' : n : : : N : .
don of St. Lucia, who arrived on oy your licence for endorse- | im we : SRN ; =. ;

Piding up his lengthy address, The case which began Wednes- |
he said: “I hope the Council’s ad- day was the sequel to a collision |

2rave
judgment on that part
ng. There is nott
and I shall not
you must sign a



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Nev Confere r ut h Vac

“Create Right of attack: 1 the yan it nly

r | Mr. Dean Acheson, Ambas-

| 7 sador Philip Jessup and Mr. Owen
| r \V Lattimore, particularly by Senator
} ‘I V pe Of A. :

McCarthy. He began his criticism



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ministration will always continue} !™ which Augusta Bourne, a sea-| e i r \ + » a9 thought enat MeCart is
est of its ability in| egg hawker lost her life. It oc-| -o / . . ih ie Tone’,
OE eee ee ented ok Magwel Ren due, And the Whole Island of Barbados Will Wish Them A Successful Tour I eeling rae @ State
Bia ate eeonslblegy| crutch, on September 29 last yea . SAYS PRINCESS ALICE | ‘ious! Me
2 A Resolution to s Majesty] between the lorry drive , ° Ye t t Lot
SP va d by the Hon. Jol ashley and a bus : ~ w ea : rane a
Sat hs emai wee M. Blum Dies Je W.L Team Will Give, Attlee Wil] | son ssa conmnnin
omded by the Hon. Arnold WTl-| hantedietaaede tested ite : AN { G d 4 t It i | ONTO; aA See ; H e sai
oe sei is dia | ood Account of Itsetf | : Fe cree Tei eee | ( the’ work
yinezion, 7. A. uarrystow de-| Keonomie Aid To Suddenly At Not Resign {..°%2., ac egmety, 2] te aeree, all aa :
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a SAYS MR. J. M. KIDNEY University College of the West |
ty Hon, John Fleming as thq ackward Areas Country Home Labour Defeated Again : Oe ia Appointments
"Father of Federation, and Prince re ia c oe : ; proper foundations,
of West Indian Journalists.” | Will Help The U.S. PARIS OHN GODDARD, West Indies captain of the 1950 LONDON, March 30 Princess Asice told a large gath Presi rus oda s
—(By Cable) a, mens ur England this summer, Clyde Walcott, Everton} The British Labour Govern- ee 8 of stuclents at the Napari close ppointing the
7 . niin ist in t “ ae i. sos ‘ 4 irls y 1 l , pe P \
| WASHINGTON. March 30 i C. “Boogles” Williams, and Roy Marshall embark | ment ‘ efeated on vote oe Hig! Rehoal, San vernen ic | Se etal v
Secretar St ) ow - : Do : : }the Hous Lords this after-}â„¢ mort when he visited} st 5 airman of
Sl Cl r ecretary of State, D he- } Golftite his mornir for England t ri i after - :
2 SO 1 + te he ins ey oe * +. noc a the ¢ o! of the institution in the course of her} t} Nati S€ irity Resourc
um earance ton i we Bebe vo . i h ee ™ On board already will be Robert ts Pa ’ ‘ om 24 5 yen tefeat outhe 1 Y« } ny et , Pre nt isc
i | iS Committee to-day Nat any} . . . se . ab rg ES arllam 24 ours * oa a 7 ——. « : : - .
! p (Barbados Advocate Correspondent) | cut in the $54,000.000 anted |? aera . aristigni, British Guiana’s lone | This econd defeat ha no | Uunk aid, “that it t aming eB
TRINIDAD, March 30. | President Truma | ph | selectee, Jeffrey Stollmeyer, Gerry | significance as the House of Lords,|t@ @2Y particular country } irector, Frank Pace,
Acute housing shortage in Trini-| Programme (developn A distinguishe | ‘1D ren seat : one none, Kenny | which has a majority of Conserva- | it ited there ite 3eC he
tad hit a dramatic climax this] backward areas) “woul ve | nalist S| OR I S Trestrell, rior Jonee and Lan; {tive members ban to Dawes’ t,|meet students from all U ‘ Gordon Gray
morming when the Government} unfortunate results on efforts to| Was Franc t mn | Oke oe aes contingent | throw out the Government of the West Indies and it G esignarer
demoli dasstian asd sult d : : who joined the ship at Trinidad ie isd \ stile : oo ; y long
lished 18 shacks, erected on| check Communism A Socialist Prime NT WY T Alf Valentin ian cette The division figures were 29] Yeu, th t students, to create} serve e hecome esident
Shanty Town—improvised settle-| 1; “It would. undoubtedi at rudite Paris W IN DOW Tantatds Sin left’ ar : ‘i Thaookae votes to 14 on an amendment to| the right type of West Indian feel-|of the University North Caro-
vould, UndouDbtedty, c : pee sees Jamaics w left arm spin bowle cDL I . 4 : A
ment, bordering the sea on the interpreted by the peoples of the| times Prime li and thirty-nine veat a Hines |2 + ill | t the functions of | 358 The islands of the West Indic FT lina, pecial ssistant to tne
astern outskirts of Port-of-Spain. free countries of Asi the Midd only ter vote t FOOTBALL Fokus the faceetanin nacs bov 1 midwive are small, she said, but they are' President to Government Agencies
ip The majority of dwellers in this] Bast and other under-developed| Government foi ao : er, also members of the 1950 W.1 It is the Government’s _ first very much jarger than you realise, Jin an effor reduce the disparity
mney village were originally ten-) ares lack. of gee venier” 1947 ; aarti e tek ites fedin, sailed’ for England on | UeTeat érYhe new Parliament infand “we mast fiot let it remain a/between exports and imports
J Sim slums, who were forced | Deena which the d bee Bren ch ‘ a Division fixture " Thursday Lords big centre space or big area, but J. Lawe now a apeent, id
i ings 1 ; eed pr Every T ment ’ . y must make it some g r- | succeeding ; idget Direc-
give up their holdings under; putting great hopes,” he said. !eq him as th ¢ Third Division fixtures | The a wanes noved = bygou muss ry ‘ r nething area en “pe ; Sint oe 7. ep
4 ¢ Slum Clearance Scheme. Today | Mr, Acheson aid. ¢ i¢| poor So follows Alan Rae, the Jamaican left-}|Lord Webb-Johnson, Conserva-} tant, so ang | SRA, ae *Dg POF, Ane TT eee ts 7 hye .
prnéo a strong Police squad accom-| development of. th el” +1 sae TA ESP hand opening batsman and|tive Peer and famou urgeon,} With traditions of Great Britain] fr¢ m Special Assistant vo Assist-
ak Pp Up I ‘ « Hewrmrs : ‘ a4 . fe t er ] t Dire Reuter
i ‘panied the housing authorities to oped aredés would bring prac cal | jy "'p: ; Q3¢ ey ee Perea ee Frankie Worrell, world famed|seught to ensure that midwives | hich we co feel, are the vr ry val- | Direc teuter,
yeatry out the Governmental edict.| benefits to the United 1 |. nay ihe Eph - ; Barbados all rounder, will join the | should have the exclusive right|uable principles of truth, justice * ey
‘Shanty Town took on a melancholy ; Tt ¥ are . | wae & MI. P v y C.A tearn in Engand, to wear a national badge while ; and honour I'he school has been ’ . ‘
; } as ) ; . . .
appearance, Tati ; , _7_|erate mea Beckles Road the employ of a local authority, | given a day holiday in honour Greek Govt. Seeks
Amid vociferous protests, tears | a i 4 th F , =e"! Durit 1 ‘ tre Der t Bla In a farewell interview with the ; prime Minister Attlee told P: } of the visit the Princess and her
* . m oe as € na tne far4r whet 5 - ‘i ” er Ht ie 3 . eattine tai hi y . . ‘ ct 14 ke : a y
children and mothers, the shacks | ;, o thirds of ic ‘ -|at Vichy : | Advocate esterday, Mr. John |liament. thi Hteyngon that the) husband Harl of Athlone V ote of Confidence
Were broken down.—By Cable. ive at f then ; | th e Germa S Goddard said that he realised that |; abour Government would con- | 50th Anniversary , 4
4 Tr f *} s Ta ve - 1d di * ’ his having been chosen to lead sue IN Ol espite its defeat in} The sct speech Day coin wl i} i h 31
) lube Vv y iii SCa St | Jac > > wac 3 . . “7 Ait rN, Vaal vi
D ‘ i |‘ ger, poverty I | Jouy-en-Josas | : ; the West Indies team was indeed | ihe House of Commons last night ead with alee At cal “ einai i i.
] s SC } t } t tr : : . Soph i elos old ve
| 7 an ; | Bay Rw ne vene: S a great honour and entailed a tre- ‘As oo sin) th vern- 3 nN . | ‘
Nine Suffocate In | going t 1 € ese | OU ea fa mendous responsibility. He said As condition whe he eaten ote an rsar or NaparimMe) Greek Parliament today that. hi
¢ | i x 7 a r rope to carry on At College tl t Ze) 4 ‘ entries sade wit
. , people satisfy tt ( ae-} Shoe! PRIENDLY FOOTBALI that he would do everything in a P Tos: Kiem Sant etal <0 onege, ae son newly formed Liberal minority ;
; PI l d |] ] i ire t TO He | ’ ASSOCIATION ' { t that id | Said, referring to the fact that the! principal V. B, Walls. A two] Governme enjoying the
) lilade p 11a a to 1 ( He h ietl) ? his power to justify that confid- | Goreat, (by 268 votes to 257), was! the ar hapa ine aseenee. tes aoe-
thernselves whi ghte n retirement. TO-DAY'S FIXTURE ence F . i dural matte ae : . ence ¢ lid f
PHILADELPHIA, March 30, | their burden of pov M.. Blum was in ¢¢ ealth ; pe MS octmments defest was on| indian Centenary Committee was) the Cha Deputies and \
oF ‘ : ‘ ' ‘ ‘ : vs Wave port i , . . 7 } the imme te response oi at a fe ote ‘7 fidenc ‘
Reed — patients were suffo- | yesterday ana Als as = I rds Highest Traditions an official motion to close a stormy | apnea) 'b Mr. W ills for $50,000 | tt th 1 ay wt é
and $ thor . sin : ‘ complete shock to | fric = ; s ; : u ta vb ppet y § for $50,000} e made the declaration wher
overcome | > < ty eae oe i DIES IN TRINIDAD os it ty ke ai q a. He Hoped that with good weath- | > ware } ~~ ee a , {t@ help expand the college I the new rreek Parliament had
9y smoke in a fire at} Bi EL 1 a Socialist part NN B TENNIS er conditions they would have aj} Churchil 3¢ md Opposition | oon mitte nsiste I ly of} fter t
the Belle-Vist; lita al 7 mit ient SAVA AH OLA N? l is. they é re . . ommittee consisted main its formal meeting after the
Springs a Sanatorium at} eae pea . Ceeegaamniaan er ee ‘ TOURNAMENT successful tour. Whatever might! Cheers to ask Attlee smilingly |). O14 p { the College ee sae eo
tingfield, near here, last night.| ‘Ssrbades Advocate Corresp he sterday’s results be-the ultimate results of the Test |if he had tatement to make | —(By Cable) ! : —Reuter
ores of firemen were also} 2ORT-OF-SPAIN. March 30. jhis pi i MIXED DOUBLES tches he would give the assur- | upc tk rrence of last]
MP over, -e PORT-OF-SPAIN, I! a &
—" by smoke Vir. O [ U : -in-lav war } ald to- \ cnagan % G H anee that they would endeavour | nigh ‘ : oe ss e
vurses 1 ed ost of the 90|o¢ 4 former President of Brazi lu ibl ; Lee }to play the ame in keeping with A ttle: acked by loud Go ——— = =
Patients through dense smoke to Colonial Hospital, Port- | illness 1 had caust ‘the highest traditions and prove | ernment etorted: “Tt is| ‘
' Safety hi i le | rement fron t TODAY'S FIXTURES that the West Indies were worthy | quite obvi that in the condi-|
Firemen cut their througy Trinidad d the| elieve lave a LADIES’ SINGLES FINAL of having been granted Test match | tions obti ng in the present
Wire-netted = windo ol the} “Argentina” with | ife { Vhe the Nation ). Wood vs Mrs. A, A status of five days’ duratior House of Commons there alway
mental wards, but me of the! pi ad " 1 their ay to Brazil ae é 1 cern DOUBLE rhe team comprise fin€} is a possibility of the Government}
; i on their way ! emb -day oo fought them off when| after a vacation in the United] packed bt le un ir. & Mrs. FP. D. Barne @ on page 8 being defeated on a particular)
weather straps, restraining aes







pees, were released
q oe to rush
eS,

ee â„¢ 1 ot ie rour MEN'S SINGLES (Labour' esent majority ir
ind at=| ques, who was ering fom ent only 15 backbenche C. @ Mamming vs H,. | Labo ;



SOWErD the stomach haem« usne In a voice tremblir wit f ‘oppin
to the hospital Speaker Edou ti

» full He is three over .

ee Philippine Chief | sce) Reuter,

discovered by His body was » Brazil} 104,
four male patients viewing



their | States. On medical ivice, Mar-| py. with over 180 embe i Lee & A. M. Wilso: } division

a tele-| this afternoon for | His wife} Sale. im's deat rr ° . . . . » | |
65 Vision programme. —Reuter | accompanied it By , a — os Wranc ‘ } Missouri Captain Has Strok« W ill Reverse
yublic, for KINg MANILA, March 30. |
J h . for international c¢ A ; re Pleads Guilt President Elpido Quirino of she i
Germany Asked To CG 4 n va § 5 : a eV y ate ocean - sare lreland Clause !





prisol ar

yy * an } YORFOLK, Virginia, March 30. reliable sources here eur T
il Of Europe ty dear OnrOLy ch 30; | veliable sources here. )
“une > ; atic | ta iam D. Brown, who] Manila evening ewspap }
u Bs ‘ : ‘ | ‘ id of the battle-|;eported that his personal phy nD 1c 0 e °
cy . TTR( [ ) eed | shi Missouri’ (54,000 tons) |sician, Dr. Sison, and other doc: | ASHIN”: TON . ,
Th STRASBOU Re eee a Pld 3 re | ¢ ground in Chesa-jtors were rushed to Baguic ’
€ Committee of Ministers of the Council of Eu oda} hose who Ww

. Ba t January. pleaded |where he has been convalese 2 on ro
} r} —Reuter . -. sate naa ate has i i Lig! den move |
Gecided to invite W estern Germany and the Sa _ | re today to charges of|since a serious kidney opera

iinistré n leaders, shocked |



. ; block Mars} A i Britai
associ . j eglect f dut n the United State 4 ti nis
Sclate members of the Council of Europe. — or . wan vat hang, Irelar

The invitations are being dratt- PROLONG MELBOURNE | ae ann coed es

He ace ourt Martial con The doctors iater announced; Were confide to-day that the
Admirals and three/that the President 1eeded a| decision wou be reversed within
complete rest away from state} 48 hours,

: ed to-night and will be
Prote tM. | tomorrow to Germany throug! STRIKE
S SUPGEPD | the three High Commissioner IELBOURNE, M ad
jand the Saar throug! tk I . ‘

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papers and callers” according to The House of Representatives
ul John Millett, form-j) ihe reports tentatively ted by 99 to 66 to)
e yperatior officer i the Last week he was too ill to} halt Britain’s share of the 3,375
“Missouri,” and Lieutenant] make the 165 mile journey fr« million Fore Aid Bill (3688
im the conc! f to-days|) an overwhelming Colonel Frank Morris, her form-| jsguio, in northern ee to} million) until she ended control rs
a MARA, March 30. session ¢ached| continue th ure oo Gar i< Commander e also b@ing#| Manila during a visit by Percy! over Northern Ireland. |
manag tundted angry Italian There ar a dogo il Nat pld tram and bus strike | vurt martialed etd Poe ee ee. _Demograt representative John|
F Commission ne United Nations|to the invia a f th nn nae , ‘ *| Fogarty had earlier alleged that|
: “| part of the money was being used | a
to maintain partition of Ireland. an Save on p ane are. om
| Seme Congressmen n both ie
|



Headquarters hers| acceptance of the statu :
al of two compatri- | Council and wilinen —_———



y Brit These three will be
the wi ~ £ritreans to de n®& and
ithdrawal of British force

itrea, a

Reuter ;

sides of the House who had vote

for the amendment privately ad-

mitted that it was likely the de-j fo i we

cision would be reversed later PRANS CANADA AIR LINES offers the further
—Reuter

Principals in the “



trators went fron London Sugar Talks
Cemetery to + y tr c
Where +..." 0 the head rt

© they famoured for an

pimciate hearing for their dele

Deveze Fails To

r Cal . t which are likely to
‘orm Cabine

attraction of a Flight Service from Barbadus.



be held in April.

’ 9, oye | ’ 7 : é a {
Derma wns Quak Norwesiai Webb 8 Blackmail ) 7.C.A, RATES are cheaper than any other Air Line











ent Chairman of .
issioy, . airman of the Com- “ : ed * i he
+ BYanted 1, “ operating from the Caribbean to Canada, the U.K
PRB Blerview ange (ie delexati Speech Cabled
eck on tha Rein , ' Europe. Also Special Student Fares.
tion, °°" “he Bri inistra LONDON, March 30. | are He Shee
Britain has supplied Argentine | - ee
. Dr, Dimiglio. oc; ‘ With the full text of Food Minis-| ,
TOMO Recretert sin h ter Maurice Webb's, ‘blackmail” For Full information se {
88, Drotested .. ave Commit- speech an the Argentine meat! ;
Ming mune est t talks, a usually reliable source) 1 IN A TIN & (0 LTD ;
© Italian. and as attack B 2 |said here to-day, * ° i
Titish ; er ) | The speech, in which Mr. Webb/ % os d
BS duty o¢ Protect, fulfill ni i 4old) the House of Gotamons McGREGGOR STREET — ::: PHONE 4518 ni
Property p ecung the ‘ The Liberal Ps a Britain “would no longer be ial al ain ‘4
ra ity ¥ Of the Italian o mumun- a blackmailed by Argentina”. over GENERAL AGENTS ‘
The u neat prices \ given to the |
| ; ) ooh coe ches] TRANS CANADA AIR LINES
who Wa inderstor ¢
o , ' : , cabled it to Buen Lire
B “4 order» ; THOMAS F. COOK JOHN DUGI AURICE WEBB Reuter, = a
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Caub Calling

HIS morning there will prob-
ably be a huge crowd gath-
ered in and around the Baggage
Warehouse, all come to wish the
five Barbadian representatives on
the-West Indies team—Bon Voy-
@@e.and..Best Wishes for a suc-
cessful~tour. They leave to-day
on the “Golfito” en route to Eng-
jand.

They. “will probably
Baggage Warehouse at
imately 9 a.m.

Cricketers, past, present and
future will be there to give them
a friefidly slap on the back, a
warm handshake and a rousing
send off, as these five Barbadian
ambassadors on the West Indies
team, leave for a strenuous tour
to England.

Indefinite Holiday
M*® MOLLY BLADES aaugh-

ter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward
wlades, will be leaving to-day by
the “Golfito” for a holiday in Eng-
land, She does not yet know how

long she wf be away
On Three Months’ Leave
ivi‘; DAVID MM. YUUNG,
Manager of the Barbados
Gas Company is off to-day by the
Golfito” for three months’ leave
in wyusland, where he will be join-
ing lus Wife and daughter, Sheila,
who are already there.
Tonight
Ce lookeu in at the Booking
Office at the Empire The-
atre early yesterday, to find that
over one hundred and_ thirty
seats had already been sold for
the Repeat Performance of
Madame Bromova’s Dancing Dis-
play ‘Which takes place at the
Empire’ to-night at 8.30 o’clock.
During the few minutes he was
there. counting the number of
seats sold, quite a few telephone
calls came through for new
bookings.
For U.K. Holiday
EAVING for the U.K. on fur-
lough by the S.S. “Golfito”
today are Mr. and Mrs. E. H. C
Robinson and their daughter Miss
Nanda Robinson. Mr. Robinson
who has been Assistant to the
Divisional Manager, Cable &
Wireless (W.I.) Ltd. since 1946
was formerly Manager of the Port-
of-Spaiti Branch for three years
Miss Robinson is also on the
Sta of Cable & Wireless (W.1.)
Ltd.

leave the
approx-

On Long Leave
LSU leaving by the
S.S. “Golfito” is Mr. George
Cresswell who has been on tne
Staff of Cable & Wireless (W.I.)
Ltd. Barbados Branch, since 1945.
He is going to the U.K. on long
leave where he will join his wife
who is already there.
Leaving by the ‘Golfito”’
R. AND MRS. TONY »SSIN-
NBR are also leaving by the
“Goliito” this morning for a U.K.
holiday. Mr. Skinner who is As-

lo-uay

sistant Manager of the British
American Tobacco Co., (B’dos)
Litd., will be visiting one of thi

Company's big factories in Sx 1
ampton during their stay in Eng-
jand.
Many Happy Returns
HERE was a Dinner Party
ast night at the Crane Hotel
in honour of Miss Peggy O'Donnell,
who celebrated her birthday yes-
torday. Among those present wer
Mr, and Mrs, Georgie Eckstein,
Miss Dorothy Eckstein, Mr. and
Mrs. Andres O’Donnell, Mr. Ray
Da Silva and Mr. William Spence.
Peggy will be leaving Barbados
on Sunday, together with het
family, as Mr. O’Donnell has sold
out his business here and will be
living in retirement in Trinidad.
Mr. Georgie Eckstein who also
celebrated his birthday this week
tells me that he has conferred on
himself the ‘honorary degree’ of
K.C.M.G., which he says stands
for “Kindly Call Me George.”
Next week he plans to sell his
‘title’ at sixpence a letter.



“Well, according to this
set Donald Peers is now
working for Tokio Air-
ort!”



Special Flights

ETWEEN April ist and 10th

B.W.1. Airways will oper-

ave approximately fourtes1 flights

between La Guaira, Venezuela
and Barbados and return.

This will thus enable Venezie-
lan visitors to. spend the Easter
holidays here. These special flights
will be in addition to the regular
scheduled flights of three days a
week.

The operating of these special
flights will no doubt be welcomed
by Venezuelan tourists as last
year quite a large number of them
visited Barbados over Easter.

Born In Dominica

R. and Mrs. William Lauder,

who live in Meriden, Conn.,
left Barbados yesterday on their
return home and expect to
arrive there on Saturday. Mr.
Lauder, who was born in Domi-
nica, is a brother of Mrs. Lily
Clinckett. He was seventeen when
he left Dominica and has been in
the United States ever since. In-
deed his entire family with the
exception of Mrs, Clinckett now
live in the U.S.A. Mr. Lauder
is Asst. Secretary of H, Wells
Lines Co., Builders in Connecti-
cut They were staying at the
Royal Hotel.

May Settle Here

OL. W. F. S. WALDEGRAVE,
O.B.E., M.C., an English-

man who has been in Trinidad
on a short holiday has now arriv-
ed in Barbados. Retired from the

Queen’s Own Cameron High-
landers, he is on a West Indian
holiday and may settle here if

he likes it. He is a guest at the
Ocean View Hotel and he told
Carib that his wife, who is still
in Trinidad will be joining him
here in a few days.

Not the Good Old Country

“ HEN we were in Trinidad,

everyone who was staying
at Queen’s Park H’tel was com-
ing to Barbados, so we thought
that we would do the same. We
came over for one week and we

have been here for one month.”
So said Miss Beryl Davy shortly
before she left for Trinidad on
Wednesday by, B.W.I1.A.
Accompanied by her mother,
Mrs. Kathleen Davy they have

been staying at the St. Lawrence
Hotel. Living in Kensington, Lon-
don, this is their first visit to the
Caribbean.

They arrived by the Cottica at
Trinidad in November 1949, hav-
ing first visited Barbados for a
few hours en route. However dur-
ing those few hours they did not
have time to form a proper opin-
ion about the island, and it was
only because so many of the
other guests at the Queen’s Park
that

were coming to Barbados,

they came across themselves.
“Now,” says Mrs. Davy “we

are returning home via Trinidad,

and we like here so much that wo
may return to live. England is not

the good old country that we
knew in the old days before the
war.”

Old Harrisonian?

EARING a tie of maroon

and gold, the Regimental
colours of the 11th Hussars Regi-
ment, Prince Albert’s Own, was
Mr. A. C. Plews, who left yes-
terday by B.W.I.A. for Antigua
en route to his headquarters in
Jamaica, where he is representa-
tive of Nugget and Reckitt and
Colman Company’s for South and
Central America.

The tie was almost identical to
the Harrison College school col-
ours, and Carib almost asked him
if he was an Old Harrisonian.
Mr. Plews was accompanied by
his wife and they spent their stay
here at the Crane Hotel and Staf-
ford House.

Three Months at

St. Lawrence
R. and Mrs. R. W. Siegert
and their two children
rdon and Susari, returned to
Trinidad yesterday by B.W.LA.
after spending three months at
Bonnie Dundee, St. Lawrence.

Only Regret

Mies EDWARD KERN, from

New York City, has been
staying at the Marine Hotel for
inree weeks, Yesterday she left
Barbados for the United States via
Antigua, where she will be stay-
ing for three days at the Antigua
Beach Hotel. She loves the sea
bathing here and spent almost
every morning down at the Yacht
Club. Her only regret is that she
will not be here when the Flam-
bouyant Trees are in bloom.

For Daughter’s Wedding’
M* RAMUN PORTILLO whose
last visit to Barbados was
three years ago, arrived yesterday
by B.W.1.A. from Venezuela via
Trinidad. He is here for about
fifteen days, so as to be present
at his daughter’s wedding which
he said is due to take place early
in April. He will be staying with
his family in Bay Street.

On Carib Tour
R. and Mrs. Vernon Speight,
who have been here on a
short visit left yesterday by
B.W.LA., for Cuidad, Trujillo.
They were staying at the Windsor
Hotel. Mr. Speight, who is of the
firm of H. and A. V. Speight,
and his wife are on a Caribbean
tour. Mrs. Speight’s last visit to
Barbados was thirteen years ago.
They were guests at the Windsor
Hotel and Mr. Guy St. Hill was
at Seawell to see them off. |
Keen on Golf
R. J. T. GUILLAUMIN, an
American resident in Ven-
ezuela for the past four years, is
now in Barbados for about two
weeks’ holiday. He arrived recent-
ly by B,W.I.A. on his first visit to
the island and is staying at the
Ocean View Hotel.

A geologist working with the
Creole Petroleum Company in
Caracas, Mr. Guillaumin is very
interested in golf. He is a member
of the Caracas Country Club and
the Valle Arriba Golf Club in
Venezuela. He has already played
at the Rockley Golf and Country
Club and is looking forward to
many more games before he re-
turns to Venezuela.

Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Daniel, two
Canadians from Toronto who
were residing in Venezuela for
the past year, are also holidaying
in Barbados. They arrived recent-
ly by B.W.LA, for about three
weeks accompanied by their little
son David and are staying at the
Ocean View Hotel.

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel are’ also
keen on golf and are spending a
part of their time playing the
game at the Rockley Golf and
Country Club.

Mr. Daniel is an engineer of the
Shell Caribbean Petroleum Com-
pany.

Here for A Few Days
M* R. MOLL, Manager of the
Barclays Bank Branch in
San Fernando, returned to Trini-
dad yesterday by B.W.I.A. after
a few days’ visit here, staying at
Grazettes, St. Michael.





BY THE WAY _ » seactcomeer

SEE that “efficiency experts”
—a meaningless bit of jar-
gon—are to attempt to find out
what it is that makes a job
monotonous.
When I was running the old
Rochdale Observer we got a team

of “experts” to examine _ this
question. After 18 months they
reported that what made a job

monotonous was:—
(a) The monotony of the work.
(b) The horedom of the work-

r

But a cow who was asked
whether being milked so regularly
bored her, replied with a mali-
cious glint in her eye, “Only when
they play their damned gramo-
phone music at me.”

Maison Tirlitontaine

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and is described as having a
taste so delicate that the gour-
met hardly realises that he is
eating anything at all. On the

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principle of “anything to vary
the monotony” of food to-day
people are willing to pay enor-
mous prices for quak-quak, of
which the quantity is restricted
(No wonder. The stuff is “made”
in an old shed off the Essex-road
by a man who owes Foulenough
money.) Hostesses are serving
quak-quak at cocktail parties,
where it is playfully called snak-
snak by witty guests. Quak-quak
can also be served with meat or

fish or eggs, or alone. The
extreme delicacy of its flavour,
bordering on complete absence

of flavour, prevents it from inter-
fering with whatever dish it
accompanies So, if you are passing
the shop, look for a heap of
small, square, red things, marked
“By air from Annam. 45s. per
lb.”
“Tony!” She Pleaded

- SIMPLY live for art,” said

the Marquise de L’Huile de
Foie de Morue to the poetess
Sentine de Vice. So do I, but,
not as rigorously

as some re-

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viewers of novels. It must be
fun to live at such a pitch of
hysteria that every time you
read (which is often enough, by
St. Declan!) “Daphne felt the
tears pricking her eyes as she
saw him disappear into the cow-
shed,” you groan and sweat and
roll on the floor, racked and torn
by the unbearable beauty and
pathos of life. I begin to think
it is at these reviewers that the
film publicity is aimed. When
they are invited to be scorched
seared, shattered, and dyna-
mited by a film, they should find
little difference between that
experience and reading a novel

In Passing

HE very feeble replies made
to Mr. Ivor Brown’s recent
remarks on hideous and obscure
“poetry” reminded me of Chester-
ton’s “What people call the new
school of poetry is no more a new
school of poetry than sleeping in
a ditch is a new school of archi-
tecture.”



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| Miss Bacon
Qn Women

By Fred Doerflinger

LONDON.
Miss Alice Bacon, prominent
Socialist leader and member of
Parliament, stood up in the House
of Commons and told that pre-
dominantly male body that women
have become a potent political
force.

In a tribute to the women of
Britain, she quoted Dr. Samuel
Johnson’s famous observation:

“Nature nas given women s0
much power that the law has
wisely given them little.”

“That remark,” declared the
1949 vice-chairman of the Social-
ist party, “would not have bee
made to-day.

“Housewives, factory workers,
teachers, nurses, shop assistants,
and other women in a hundred
different occupations have done
a great deal for this country in
the difficult war and post-war
period.

Co-operated

“Our housewives in the past
few years have coope ated with
the Government to make our fair
shares policy work and they will
continue to cooperate so long as
they get fair shares.”

Miss Bacon expressed her be-
lief that women are “more politi-
cally conscious than ever before.
They used to be a time, when
people went canvassing, that
women said, ‘I must wait until
my husband comes home and
see what he is. going to do.’

[ag : ere

“But women to-day vote inde-
pendently of their husbands.

“Indeed, the recent general
election has brought to mind
cases where husbands have said,
“I must wait and see what my
wife is going to do.!”

Miss Bacon said she was dis-
appointed that so few women had
returned to Parliament (only 20
women were elected out of a total
of 125 candidates) but she knew
that those who had been returned
would make up in quality for
their numerical inferiority.

Miss Bacon, who has been a
member of the National Executive
Committee of the Socialist party
since 1941, was honoured by
being allowed to second the ap-







ye

His Royal Highness PRINCE
CHARLES, son of Princess
Elizabeth and the Duke of
Edinburgh.





Inopportune

LONDON, March,

“Fight the Good Fight” is in|

the opinion of a London vicar,

inappropriate as a wedding hymn. |

The Rev. W. I. Bulman, vicar
of St. Gabriel’s Church, Crickle-
wood, strongly criticized wedding
music chosen by modern brides
in his March parish magazine.

His . earlier remarks on_ this
matter have, he said, been the
subject of comment by clergy in
Australia.

“In the main, the clerics agreed
with my strictures and one said
that the prize should be handed
to the bride who asked for “My
Hero” from ‘The Chocolate Soi-
dier’ to be played at her wedding.

“But it’s this kind of bride who {

comes to: see us in about twelve
months and complains that we
have married her to one of the
meanest old hunks in creation, not
quite the hero she and we were
led to believe.

“Now that fewer people attend
church regularly it surprises me
that brides ask for hymns like
“Abide With Me” and “Fight the

proval of the King’s speech from{Good Fight,” which seem strange-

the throne, —LN.S.

Rupert and the Dragon Pills—11



The sudden firin, ket
penpeey scares the pet dragon.
With a loud snort and breathing
fire more furiously than ever, he
leaps straight up into the air. He
cannot fly properly, but he beats
his little wings and streaks over the
heads of the two little friends, land-

of the ro

ly inappropriate for weddings.’



Then he
scuttles rapidly our of the garden
and disappears. ** Oh, dear, | ought
to have known that would happen
if he saw the rocket,” wails Pong-

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Ping. ‘* Why didn’t | think of u
sooner ?'’ But Rupert runs to keep
the dragon in sight.

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British Legation here last night.

The grenade was thrown by un-|

identified men in a car.
| No damage was done to the
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8 If you do, it’s bound to be wet
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M

pRIDAY,

What Do You
bout Sugar Cane?

“ibbean Commission has employed Mr, Walter
the consulting firm of Scott, Farnell and Partners
f-Spain and London, to undertake a prelimir
: the commercial]
Scott has returned to Trinidad after
the United States of America, and will



THE C:
scott, of

of Porto
investigation
products. Mr.

into

ie nave ;
m¢ one ay for submission shortly. ace
repo! Pie sind ¢: “The impression w bring
——— back aft an intens dy f
R ~ Ww the indu il utilisation of sugai
Czechs ene | factory products rathe ,

unexpected one,” Mr. Scott sa

on his return, “I havo een ma

Credentials Of
3 Journalists

PRAGUE, March 30,
. Czechoslovak Government
to-day renewed the accreditations
of the four remaining
sire’ “respondents in Prague.

: tials now authorise
heir oredr in Czechoslovakia
j of June.
oo a Genon Fournier, of
5 French Press, Rébert Bigo, of
“Reuters”, and Dana Schmedt, of
the “New York Times. ,
The fourth correspondent. John
ins, of the eng roe ae
was due to have his cre-
Amerie renewed to-morrow. — .
Yesterday the Czechoslova
Foreign Minister refused to re-
new the documents of Nathan
wtzky, Correspondent of the
Associated Press of America, be-
cguse of his alleged
remo pokesman of the Czechoslo-
yak Foreign Ministry to-day told
the three Western correspondents,
whose credentials were renewed,
that there was no systematic plan
by the Czechoslovak Government
to get rid of the Western Press.
—Reuter



One Flag: |
Not Two

GENEVA, March 30
The Trusteeship Cguncil today
created a grave precedent in re- |

0

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to realise that
| until
tively unknown plant,
pare what we used to know
it with what we know to-day and
what remains to be known.” ee

Mr. Scott's term of
covered a
cane derivatives
will include studies on the
facture, from bagasse, of
types of insulating and hardboard
materials, paper,
tes,
molasses, of acetone and butanol
food yeasts, and various
acids;
from filter muds.

; Superior
Bagasse fibre, Myr. Seott said, }
definitely superior to wood |
fibre for the manufacture of insul- |
ating building board products, A|

project
structural boards from bagasse in
“ynobjective” | the Caribbean
prospects of a good investment {
| the sugar industry,

There are at pr
tion four bagasse insulating board
| factories.
| Louisiana has an output
two million
Canec
about half million daily; and the
Cane-ite plant in Sydney, Austra-
lia, has now reached a production
of 160,000 square feet a day.
factory of Celotex Ltd., at Stone- |
bridge Park, Middlesex, England,

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utulisation of sugar by

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sugar cane has been
recently a compara-
if we com-

quite

abou

reference
of sugar |
his report
manu- |
various

wide

range
and

charcoal briquet-
plastics, and furfural: from |

industrial

and of refined cane

wax



for the manufacture of ee

area should offer |
or
Mr, Scoty said.

sent in opera-



The Celotex plant in
of over |
square feet a day; the

in Hawaii produces



plant

The |





has a vated annual output of thirty} ._MR. G. C. Ward,
million square feet of insulating} Churchwarden of Chi
j board and twelve million square | Presenting his report
feet of hardboard, ing of the parish !
Mr. Scott spoke of the Valite| fimancial lle
Corporation of Lockport, Louisi- | 'eâ„¢%on te condit
ina, which is manufacturing and|° the buildings for t



jecting for the first time in the | successfully marketing plastic pro- ae of which the
history of the United Nations 2|ducts from bagasse. Various | ‘2W responsibic
resolution it was asked to adop: | bagasse resins and bagasse fillers| ‘he necessary repai
by the General Assembly. have been developed and are!“ The vil ve y :

Â¥ ne report reads -

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One of the principal activities of ,

for different purposes. |

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think this over

‘ inistrating : ri- * ) ‘
or not the eeanistreting aut re the Corporation is the manufac- | »
reat iy the United | a ol ee records, unde
r , ' furfural, an extremely useful
Joti aw s x5 heir own : aod :
Nations Flag alongside t s ,<| chemical, used in refining wood
The trusteeship ruling thus goes | -ocin and lubricating oils, in the | —199 4@
cord as recommending | ~"" Seal " : Out ‘
Bae Galtea Nations flag i manufacture of synthevic rubber beta )
ies ih trust eeruitorios 7 and as a component of some pla ‘ at th dhs
own In : tics and adhesives, can also be
In the second roll-call vote Bri-| produced from bagasse, and _ its ee Tospital
fain, Australia, New Zealand, | possibilities will be included in .
Belgium and France reaffirmed Mr. Scott’s report 16 case
their opposition to the motion. _ Confidence Alms
pied States was the ones Acetone and butanol are pro-
fust administrator to vote in fav~! duced in Puerto Rico from molass- aoe
our of the resolution which was and further research work is} Warnu sa
submitted jointly by the Philip-| being done in Puerto Rico on de- | 3
pines and China rivatives of Itaconic Acid, obtain-| ,MAINTENANCE AT ALMS
—Reuter | able from molasses, some of which cedanaeal Bd
wre | hold great promise for the manu- ct that es al
66 ° 99 facture of clear plastics, lacquers, Thea ving ” 7 ° . ;
‘No Orchi 8 l and other products. | saci ilar Xo OF PAROE HIA
7 ° Refined sugar cane wax is being Almshouse & Dispensary
Actress Vanishes |â„¢=rketed at present at sixty to} ncn ;
y five cents US a pound, and 2 Weste idle
In Pari confider been express- Tr"
s ‘ gar cane wax
‘ Cae i commer proposition. This x
; PARIS, March 30 , will be covered in Mr. Scott’s
Detectives took over the stag 1 ¢
Pe Rade Me an repo . Fs sidieiiaiidianienticiannideneaiied sce
é oy Eaeggen Guignol Theats ontinental United States |
ere today, probing for clues u istry,” Mr. Scott said in
the mysterious disappearance Ol ery aware of the
ot ie actress INacole Ri Ne. | necessity of developing the pro- j
; he Actress vanished last n.f£ | duction of two or more product |
pe thin costume net Ww os Mw from the sug ‘ane instead of the | |
en and third acts of Y=) son woduects, much research |
— for Miss Blandish’”’ afte | traditional one, but, as regards | |
rece Wing a false message fro | work still remains to be done, |
an unknown man | ‘T have been very favourably |
Nicole Riche, playing the part mpressed by the research work |
of Miss Blandish in the pla: being done in the United States |
about the violent American | and in Puerto Rico, and look for- \
underworld, was given a sealed vard to the British West Indian
envelope when she returned t Sugar Research Scheme, which is
her dressing room at the end of soon to be established at the Im-
ita Il. Her dresser said Mile. | perial College of Tropical Agri-
ithe turned pale when she rea culture under the direction of Dr
the message, which had beer | L. F. Wiggins. I feel that many

Blven to a theatre attendant b
# tall blond man in a
coat,

She indicated that the message
Said her mother was ill, and sh
then snatched an overcoat, slip-
Ped it over her bare shoulders
and raced from the theatre.

The Manager of the theatr
M, Dundas, had to appear ol
the stage and tell patrons to tak«
wer money back
Mile Riche, he
een taken ill.

big ove

announced, hac



i Police checked immediate]
with the blonde actress's mothe
he mother wa vell. and th
actress had not returned home

Reuter,









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Cow’s milk by itself you see, is apt to for

baby

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DANVILLE, Virginia, March 29
It rained mud here to-day
explanation is that dust whi
up by the March winds had been
| mixed with the rain




Barley

digest their food a

fruitful developments will result
scientific 4

established between these research
organisations. the
the Caribbean Commission would
be eminently qualified to act a
liaison
financing 8
done in these Caribbean territo!

ies,”

, we FY

usually means pain

That’s why wise nurs¢

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The |
pped

—Reuter

a
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babies be

cry-babies ’

Certainly not ! Baby’
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| pagan a for the benefit of the §
pub ymcerning a husTicane
nH Ok ip ne matter with le
Colonial Secretary about Augus
last year telling him that mor
could be done in arranging for
the people in the lower walks oi
life to be better intormed. like

the printing of leaflet
He felt that those leaflets shoul

be widely distributed and stuck |
ip in shops and at various points |

; |
where people’ werc likely to}
assemble and read and understan |
them.

The Colonial Secre ary agreed |
with what he had said, but when!
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they were ready to sturt to work,

it was too late to do anything in!

the matter. He h however a
promised to give it fu : considera- | KI :
tion this year. i

While this whole question of|

Ived on the
the Vestry

; Hurricane Relief dev:
Central Government,

TROUBLE



}and the Parochial authorities |
‘would have a certai amount of} Here's a medicine made
responsibility in matters in that

specially for it .. .
: If you suspect that there’s

something wrong” with your
kidneys i benieeti> bine tant

| connection.

A number of Sub-Committee
| had been appointed to deal with |
| this question of Hurricane Relief |



} and the Vestry Clerk and he hac ’ pond, § cosmnre ——
| discussed with them what they eglected kidneys give rise to

should do and tell the people in various distressing 5; ——
| the area in case of a hurricane. Phe |ff Such as backache, rheumatic

pains, lumbago, sciatica, bladder
the disorders with scalding and
to work as|{_ Durning. The trouble starts when

.|[— the kidneys grow sluggish and

| position was such vhat in the area
jmost likely to be affected,

| Committee hardly got



|some of the memb found fail to perform their natural
j; inconvenient to serv function of helping to filter away
| 5 - harmful impurities from the
| Communications system. You can restore these
| Professor Dash pointed out that vital or. to normal acfivity
a certain amount of secretarial by taking De Witt’s Pills.
work was involved due to the y act directly on the
;/number of communications from kidneys and you will very

quickly feel the good they

| the Secretariat to the Vestry Clerk
ae . aie are doing. Try them for

lana the latter was unable to act



































Le 5 tro! ie. Go to
‘ |as promptly as he would have i pn ar
7 | liked owing to his ali iy onerous — geta'supply
THE HOSTILE 3 EACELOVER auties [ee ‘today
roria C ec He therefore suggested that ;
World Copyright. By arrangement with Daily Heraid from the vote f 0 amount
a = c > ote 0 ‘ ar unt
could be used in providing clerical
It ! eed of exte OF a assistance to the Headquarters
whieh funds should bx sec C50 Asked I: or Committee .
3 L I
The younger generation he
ake this tunity of expre ° : GUARANTEE
take this opportuntt of pres 26 added, knew nothin about a U ;
hanks to the whole Parorhial stati urricane ’ De Witt’s Pills are
or their ready help and co-operatio: hurricane and its consequences manufactneed under strictly ypieni
jd g the year. The Parochial Medical + i » the 1e more data tat : :
‘ fice which was | Officers have given \anatirc ingty of hs o F co he felt that ve a re wey conditions and the ingredients con
7" ve. vains, thie | time to the service of the parish, 1 ere or j that could be provided telling the! form to rigid standards of purity
: —_ ake this opportunity of paving a t | public of the dange of a hur-|
fr bute to the Matron and Nurse “
} \ ricane and what they should do, } "
— x i“ the invaluable help of the Pox Profess S ash Shair- ,
Parish Church. | spectar. i hewe hed xencated requested rofessor J. S. Dash, Ct the better it would be for all con- 7 A
Chureh good order except! from the Nurses, Inspecte |man of the Hurricane Relief Head- | cerned
» few nor repairs, but a part | Dispenser r increas : ro " Christ] . OP)
é nding the grave-yard | | wil} put before ged elles beat . ; Cen Nee, ‘th t} Mr. A. M. Jones and Mr. C. B.| ae) ess
Sen SMOPKE? GOWN ana Will have Ol are being gemniened Church, told the Vestry of tha Brandford supported the remarks | i lhe lle: Yi is ‘:
| canelusion I want to express jparish yesterday tha leaflets] — ie by Professor Das} “i B
sas . : } e thanks fo the Gua dians and | hould be printed for distribution nade b a rofesso) ash
St. David's Churen | Ves for their help and co-operatior ' inser Mr. Victor Chase said that |
‘ ¢ < ing this ve um th people so as intorr ‘
¢ ear me : | luring this year : Se“ pee aon although he appreciated the point
epairs are neared me them 1at they should do in case of view of Profeasor Dash. he did
o ingle part of the roof —_ u v . ‘ ae a7 SES,
‘ tam of the opinion t Son not think the Vestry was em-/
weet te sal ry Mai a was suggested that) powered to use the money in that
a es P | a e |} £50 should be earmarked so that] “....0.4 less they were author-|
St. David Ss Vicarage. HK pS . ' : worl ould be carried respect unltes they were author- |
ilding nh good order but « | ‘ ? 7 fic ‘ i ’ p “| ised to do so by their solicitors |
painting | i | ON juich and efficiently ro- After or ¢ |
a _ d ne discussions, ly
Bartholomew's Church, ! Appointments | or Dash was addressing the Goddard made his motion whit |
lilding ha been washed inside } Vest vhen they were dealing} “*“" an i ed i _— ve |
= Ds hak’ inhi Mr. H. St. G. W ee ¢-| With appointments to the Hurri was i 1a y agrend to
Si atrick’s Vicarage. Nit Oo fA WSS ARRON nn Hall f Committee The Vestry then appointed Pro-|
is been repaired this year at aj 2d Churchwarden of Christ Church | C2ue hehet ( fessor Dash Chairma: ff the]
approximately bu t their meeting vesterday | Kventuaily Mr. ¥&. ( Goddarve | >>>" 7 an ater ace
coms downstairs > esi | a thet A . : Headquarters Committee and left
detent Other appointment nade were} Moved that the Ve earmar: the matter of tl 1ents of
r . the mé > ) 1e appointments ¢
St. Matthias Church. s follows | £50 for enabling the Hurricane - A e app ;
mb members to ve on the i.
hurch Committee with — th Poor Law Guardian Mr. C. S.| Relief nmittee — t¢ funetio abe er : "th : i “ie
from Loan Finds, cover-" McKenzie and Mi 1A iulma.jefficiently and that the Vestry; enim ties ie Vari i , nt
*h root with Gal- | Highway Comr . : j * | tricts to himself ar the Vestry]
$ ” was the amount! | lenway Commi 1 _ ir. | ask their Solicitors to advise then Cler|
k $120.00 trans-| H. St. G. Ward, Mr. G. C. Ward,| under vhich head of the Esti- } ““®"* |
Matthias Vicarage Mr MJ 7 7 | ;
ae ane. V pares ss M A. M. Jone , M M. Dray rte hey should put the amount |
00 ton, Mr. (¢ >. McKer } : ) pee ‘ }
. : | lessor Dash said that the |
Scarborough. 7 hn ernment hac ot out el - : .
© been repaired and painted} Commissioners. of Health : Mr,| Government had got out excel-1 Nigt Aggagsinated |
t 387.81 TI building 1C, S. McKenzie Mi HW t. G,| ‘ent material last year for relic . |
mM painting will dest for) Ward Mr. G. C. We Mr. Victor |°'°3"* 1 hurricane to forewar! PRAGUE, March 29 |
st. Bartholomew’s Vicarage. Chase, Mr. F. C. Goddard, M. j the publi omin ‘ Whil« Docto) Zenik Fierlinger
the new Vicarnge was rrustee 2} Arehe Gitte mvGs NSSSUrS vere helpful, i} Deputy Premier of Czechoslo- |
ing the year under « Trust Fun Ho \ Critter iscover¢ t an rly stage] yvakia ittended today pler
Pa be aed Tuner of Or: al the id » to the roo'} meeting of the National Assembly |
A pail ‘hurch Mr. E. J. Be { tter a i id not ben effectively quashi ours |
Rectory Keeper of Organ n t Pa he ri le Kely to befof his assassinati
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ed for pa nui . ‘ : 1
enaixe Tuner of Organ at St. Bartholo-! He ul t wa rue tha f already denied th eport
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BARBADOS da ADVOGATE

BS Yonemiae)

Published by Thu Advocate Co. Ltd, 4, Broad St., Bridgetows



travaeny= === e









The House of Assembly is to be
congratulated on its decision not to
countenance the secondment of an



Friday, March 31, 1950 officer from the Colonial Office to
emma act as Colonial Secretary of this
island. I hope that despite opinions
s to the contrary, the Legislative

‘ ve
Amaigamation Council will give its support by
passing a similar address in an-—
SUGGESTIONS have been made on sev- |Swer to the Governor’s message.
. ‘ In fact I shail draw to the at-
eral occas $s during the t ten years for | tention of that body certain phases



imalgamation of the Treasury and the |

enerais

posts now presents itself for
the amalgamation.

The strongest argument for amalgama-
tion is that it must increase the efficiency
administration of these two depart-

It was believed in past years that
the office of Colonial Treasurer should be

f 4th,
or tne

ments

Vepartment. |
unity arising from vacancies in these two



| of this matter which deserve care-
ful consideration.

In the first place the difficulties
which have now arisen seem part
of a set plan by the Colonial Of-
fice. It was known in this ‘sland
six months ago that the Colonial
Secretary was about to go on
leave and that he was not likely
to return. A few weeks after he
had left this island it was known
that the Assistant Colonial Secre-
tary would be going on leave and
in view of the length of time that
he had served in Barbados it was

An oppor-

carrying out



sept separate ¢ distinct fr any other | unlikely that he would return.
ker epal ite and distinct from an} ieee tecte walle MaMa tees
office in the Civil Establishment proper, | known at the Colonial Office be-

cause the Treas - was servant of |fore the people in this island
because the Treasurer was the servant stat ad ony Me ten
the House and the effective means by | transfer of these officers. If my
which that body retained control of the | premise is correct then it was the

strings of the island.
basis in fact.

The Treasurer, it is true,
control the issue of funds,
Auditor General and

at variance with the practice.

To-day both the Colonial Treasurer and
General have retired, and the

the Auditor



That belief has little

not the Treasurer
who exercises control over payments. The
Auditor General is a Civil Servant under
the direct control of the Governor.
here that the theory of financial control is

of the Colonial Office to
removal of these top-
so that their suc-

duty
space the
ranking officials

cessors could have acquainted
or , | themselves with the routine of
does gegen ‘vets work
it is the Ss
but it i I say deliberately that it is the

Colonial Office and
part of a plan. This island is suf-
fering at the moment from too
much of the Colonial Office. We
have always been able to produce
men who could carry on the af-
fairs of this country in the best
traditions and although the tide
is not now full we are not devoid
of this virtue. It was the mistake
of the then Governor in not mak-

fault of the

It is


















PART OF A PLAN |

By Sagittarius

colony whose ability warranted
it. But this was part of the policy
to keep West Indians out of the
administrative branch of the
Colonial Service.

if the Barbados Legislature
should consent to the secondment
of an officer from the ‘ Colonial
Office then it is tantamount to the
admission that we do not have
men in the service of the Gov-
ernment who can act in the top
brackets of the service. It would
have been proved then that it
would not be right to appoint
them permanently, which is ab-
surd,.

The Colonial Office is making
an attempt to veil the truth of
the situation from us by making
what seems to be a magnanimous
offer. In truth and in fact it is
an effort to avoid beng accused
of treating this island with scant
eourtesy .

Having supporied the objection
to the importation of an outsider,
it is reasonable to suspect that
some opinion may now be expect-
ed from me upon the point of an
alternative, I offer the alternative
with much hesitancy. The point
is of equal delicacy to me as it
might be with the candidate whom
I suggest should be appointed to
act. I might be accused of push-
ing the claims of candidates and
it is not unknown in this island
that the fact that public expres-
sion was given to the claims of a
candidate for a Government post
was the greatest factor against
his selection.

At the death of Mr. Harry
Scott Newlands, the Colonial
Secretary was called upon to act
Governor and as a result the then
Attorney General acted Colonial
Secretary while one of the Judges
of the Assistant Court of Appeal







ADVOCATE

BARBADOS

of right, I share the view that)
whatever nas been done once may
be done again lawfully. shares
might be some good reason for}
not removing the Attorney Gen-}
eral from an office which is now}
short staffed and therefore I sug-



PRAIRIE |
GOLD

BENEATH the wheatlands of western Can- |

gest that Mr. J W. B. Chenery! ada lies what may prove to be one of the|

Judge of the Assistant Court of
Appeal be appointed to act as Coi-
onial Secretary. He has already
acted Attorney General and also
Chief Justice with distinction. Of
his ability there can be no ques-
tion. He is a brilliant scholar and
a sound lawyer and the docu-
ments of the Government would
be written in unmistakable Eng-
lish while the work in the Leg-
islative Council would be con-
ducted by one whose knowledge
of Barbados is deep and thor-
ough. Since I have given consid -
eration to this question I should
commend the Colonial Office for
appointing him to the post of As-
sistant Colon‘al Secretary.

There is little need to labour|
the point, but I should like to
point out that the attitude of the
Colonial Office in the matter is
an insult to Barbados. There are
men in the Service who can 4il
any office which this island has
to offer and despite the libellous
statement against the Civil Ser-|
vice today let ‘me add that it
has more “brains” in it than at
any other time of the history of
this island. If some strong stand
is not taken now we shall be told
at a later date that during this
period Barbados was unable to
supply a man to act as Colonia)
Secretary.

The constitutional position is
that we cannot refuse to accept
the officer if the Colonial Offite
persists in sending him but it
should be made clear that hi
comes against our wishes, against
the interests of the island and in
the face of strong opposition. 1

and California.

The

| look

to meet











| world’s richest oil reserves. Already this area|
is the centre of a spectacular oil boom rival-|
ling those of earlier days in Texas, Oklahoma,

individual speculators and wild-catters,

major oil company in the United States and

Canada has a stake in Alberta oil, pouring vast
| stores of men, capital and technical skill into
the newly-discovered treasureland.

Canadian
| developments in the oilfields with a close eye,
for here may Jie part of the answer to Can-|
ada’s current dollar shortage.
Canada foots an annual bill
million U.S. dollars for oil’ imported from the
United States and Venezuela. Since the new
finds in Alberta this sum has already been cut
by ninety million dollars, and with the many
projects now under development, Canada can
forward to the day when it will have
more than enough oil within its own borders
domestic needs.
some of the capital now developing the oil
industry in Alberta comes from the United
States, Canada is already getting millions of
sorely needed U. S. dollars as a direct result
of the new discoveries.

The story begins early in 1947.
time the bulk of Canada’s crude oil produc-

Along with the hundreds of
every |

Government is watching

At the moment
of some 300

Furthermore, as

At that





















7 ing a strong recommendation to i iti vern-| tion, less than 10% of r i
vacancies in these offices have not yet been | the Colonial Office at the time of acted as Attorney General. There think that Ba. British Sree ? 1 @ f requirements, came
: : : : ; the creation of the office that a is precedent for the Attorney act- ment still values the goodwill of| from Turner Valley in Southern Alberta. Pro-
filled. The suggestion is still being made Sarbedian hould have been ap- ing as Colonial Secretary; and the people of Barbados and it is duction at Turn ‘ Vall hich } ib
arbadian s ave — é rab ‘ : * ce ‘ a urner Valle hic i
that these two offices should be amalga- - pointed Assistant Colonial Secre- aprons 5 ee not omens oo na een own in Alahan " Pao y, W i ‘ ey een
‘praia Seaman in this doctrine of precedents exclusiv ‘ i . | discovered in the thirties, was declining, ;
mated and that a single department should |tary. They were men in goer eit os ad s Mest
> : as though Canada would continu
be set up under a Financial Secretary. # a & e
- | to import most of its oil. Then in February,
The time is ripe even if not for the POLI : 1947, the discovery well at Leduc, Alberta,
actual amalgamation, for the Government blew a and opened the door on a new chap-
to consider whether amalgamation should 1 i in Canadian oil history. Leduc, located
fact take place and to seek legislative 2 miles south of Edmonton, Alberta’s capital
la , rac : artic: ar i ~ © _ ;
authority for creating the new department, Ce Oe Le | city er of Sgr: importance because it
; aleott di is best to} pointec exis il- i
if the scheme is approved. One of the argu- = ar oe — girls Protea By Lee Wade discover just how long this happy| in to a existence = an oil-bearing
, other spectators and two Pp s elas rate ote + | formation in > centre ains of
ments for keeping the departments separ- | men were in attendance when ie as ee i pues me neers to sant ' 4 . ne ce oe aes of Alberta,
aes aa ea ‘ 5 ia se 8 ae » House of Assembly met last tant place wou e le only bu ear he cou have been; and proved what geologists ha ong suspect-
ate in the past was that the office of Colo- use’ a > m. Several Ultimate outcome. Mr. Smith, f little the wiser for the replies| ed, that the oiltich basin, of which ee 5
nial Treasurer wasa plum preserved by the | members’: wished to. attend the ‘oink, is of the opinion that, in received from his namesake oa| oe 7 i S was
ee en aces ite at | funeral of the late Mr, E. E, H. &9y case, six hours punishment the Government side. From there| a part, stretched all the way from Alaska to
use lor people in the community whom Thorne, and as those members rill is toe arduous in this climate. Mr. F. Walcott gave several valid the Gulf of Mexico
it was thought deserved well of the Legis- | remaining would not have con- If this punishment drill is the reasons as to why the Controller’s| Ray
lat Such considerati ‘an hardly be {stituted a quorum, the House Same as what the Army refers (Mr. Bishop) post had been L
ature, such consideration can hardly be adiourned well before 5 o'clock. to as “pack drill”—drill with = made permanent, but little indi- Autumn 1948 saw the discovery of a second
valid to-day, The tw licemen present had Cduipment,| or carrying the cation as to when Controls here| major,field at Redwater, fift miles n as
ay. © policemen present ha 2d ortheast
chants ir. teste them, with the We ght of full equipment, I am might be expected to become a J is , y , eas
Bill to amend the Police Act, a i” full concord that it must be thing of the past. Controls, it is of Leduc. Since then promising finds have
16 ; section of which authorized Ga- @ Most miserable way of taking true, now exist almost every-| been made at Barrhead, Bon Accord, Golde
Sir John Hutson aeas =H alos tan : h- exercise. Extra duties would be where, and no one could say with D
zetted officers to award puaish ae aa : Spike, Joseph Lake, White d and Stettle
of six hours extra drill to See = a am — on accuracy how art : , sep € oe - see er-
ARRAT has s ae : ks below that of sergeant. 4t least some benefit to the gen- such conditions may continue. | all in the central part o erta, But explora-
3ARBADIANS in every walk of life look vever, did not find ven: eral community. Extra drill is Born eleven years ago, Master] tion h t bee ot fined to Albert. ‘wild
back with pride upon the middle of the | \-ith the House, and the right to useless aut the en, and Controls has an excellent chance on has no ae conhne - perta. ild-
es oi ‘ : awatd extra drill was limited to Tesults but in much sweat and of reaching maturity. catting is under way in the neighbourin
last century as one of the most outstand- eae eputy Commissioner. Dr. sore feet for the guilty. / He RU Sy Ae Nite Com, athe :
j the history of this island. The | ¢, eaten xplained that the Controller Stays Put ee aon ae afternoon at the I Sie eS F , a an :
hievements of that time were due to the | object was to improve discipline It would seem that the “friend” whe ¥, Be e hed sini ee ARG British Columbia. With proven reserves of
a pears Te and he til he accused of the housewife and the mer- 16 GCS! 0! oie pate i 1.1 billion barrels and with a much greater
contribution made by a select band of men | ang witnesses it s to come chant is to remain with us for fone 4) * Soh Oe che and et ’ : Soa
‘tu names are familiar still. Sir John |to Police headquarters for the some time to come, for the Con- Th a ee Ped and —— ls.) estimated potential, based on the size of the
aan “ Meisel Bll, ; ltrial. and he pcinted out that troller of Supplies has now Nee Radee, Aaeisins sen aie prospecting area, the prairies of Western
Hu } e deat vecurred on Wednes- , oO ; vith become a permanent office. Mr. ; z sees VEOS one eh ‘ aaa
M | f ; ae . the early adjournment, Mr. Reece} Canada promise to rival Texas as one of the
( that band of public ser- | Vv . age : - did not seem too pleased to see bicces il-oroducing areas i " :
gia” aa THE GAMBOiS so few honourable members pres- iggest oll-proc ucing areas In North America.

; } Thi ‘ ‘ itisfactory to ent. At least that/was the im-

uished fan and 1 r Mr. Mat Smith pression ‘ garnered. After a few At the moment oil production is being
o sles " f ' ‘ Ps ypinion F Ip moments he arose and wandered ‘

steagues & i re} ons iS Soil Y ‘round behind mernbers’ chairs, curbe d for lack of refineri les and transporta-

ari¢ made ou led by Superin- naking remarks, which, due to] tion. To market Alberta’s oil, a start has

. , f of r we 7 extra drill. Mr ihe roars 1a rumblings from the ww ada a 3 rn s . ard $3 ‘

e pul ghey mp gers J joant streets, were impossible to hear been made on a 1,500 mile pipeline which in

Sir J was a brother to Bitudciruetaek “nn aauead’ hin to Sac Ge Fite Sate finally be 1951 will join Edmonton to Superior, Wiscon-
Hutson, a former Colonial Governor | take this view—for when the Bill did. area ie x ao ae “tna sin, at the head of the Great Lakes. From
f ai was last before the House he was Siacias oxaimae tea On, wetiske } ee :
chbishop Hutson of the Leeward | j.""rayour of granting Supers Speaker cpenes ae, bell to be; here the oil will be transported in tankers to
| : “ , rung. and Mr. Me ‘rie my ‘ : es
He was a contemporary of Sir | tendents the power to award thi side. Pisiugtan 9 a ae Sarnia, Ontario, for refining and thence to the
: 1] Ys as a] tra dril but although curi ae S45 Th , :
Chandlez Cl John rye Phil- an Bich «Ma we a te mumaber. along wits others, Mr. | Cities of Eastern Canada. Any surplus will got
1e] . irke, ana oir Charles ap : — eece returned, but he made it t 5 ; , re :
i the neident con- f o the oil- sry ; -
“The yhad come under the | “lucidate the _ “inci wens Ey quite apparetd that we gid tet e oil hungry communities of the mid
ce of distir Y ished teacher at the - M aie ‘ ie ag ' tats _— to linger, as he carried his] eastern States and bring to Canada much
a _ tot) A As ‘ | Viapps speech as Db 1s a ith s " sé -ared . se .
hool and their association contin- little timid’—certainly his own aati a © ‘Soetian needed U.S. dollars. Until that time the flow
eious antes ities they ane oft ‘de vit ta ae . came to a close, I still don’t know} Of Alberta oil is being regulated against the |
in ‘rsities Th were after- ri ce e rig Oo awarc ~ thethe e was reé » a - . . :
s | nv te ant Lawes. ag jshment drill”, said he", and the |}, oe waotier regia ome mci S ho] 2@y when it can flow south, east and west to |
the Legislature to the life of this island. | Punishment will never be a repri- HOTS AA A, GIART wu often is, with a perfectly straight| the ready markets awaiting it
* my? maak 31 TO MAKE IT LOO ROE ve
ne of them took law, others pursued { extra drill Jus For vibes: Anat : :

‘ . or Alberta itself the oil boom promises |
tudies in classics and others qualified in He claimed that much that hs Boeck ee Se. tee, to open the d 3 ‘ solde - |
1edicine Sir John Hutson was a doctor; | appeared very nice in theory was from His Excellency the Yinceenin P ; ae SPOR on a_ golden era in the
and after his return to Barbados he served | by "© means so nice in practise, that prorogation would b e} Province’s history, In 1948. the province,

and that petty spite or dislike on P e “ re
as a medical iflicer for well over fifty years, | #4 the oe Bun WHAT’S ON TODAY next Tuesday at 3 p.m., but no} which owns most of the mineral rights, got!
But this not his only ser H the part of an officer would result mention was made of the duration | 9c
. e 1 wa noth ap ily se =e. e W ” in unjust punishments. Most Court of Grand Sessions at | of came 20% of its revenue from fees, rents and royal- |
ntensely interest in education an , : ste . . ‘ hie tll :
cekd teas aatnar dane tale ie nate | ernere, Wee weled: See the 10.00 a.m. . A significant question came] ties. Eventually Alberta hopes to receive
served for many years on the Education | amendment appeared to place * cen CHARLES | from Mr. Brancker to the Gov-| soo, of a
Board, He had for many years advocated | litth confidence in the convicted robe FRINGE FORDE COL | ernment, “Has the Fire Brigade 90% of its annual revenue from oil industry.
drastic reform in the sanitary administra- |™@an’s right to appeal to the VIN FORDE, LIONEL GIBSON | Department, at the present time, Every citizen in Alberta stands to benefit from}
tion and lived t e the creat f the | Commissioner. Most certainly the & ARTHUR BAYLEY its full complement of men?” Tne
i ae an oni ¢ Me see 1@ Crealion O 1€ Commissioner except under Inter-School Sports, Ken- very thought of a really ait Are ir he increased government revenue. Returns
post of Chief Medical Officer, which ap- | most — extraordinary _circum- aan 3S. 2. Bridgetown makes one uneasy. I/| ‘rom the oil industry are paying for a large
proximated to his office of Public Health | stances, would have little alter- Football, Queen's Park at | the Fire Brigade is not ae Winseecae , ‘ oe erga sae
— native but to support the officer | j SUU Pam ¢ , | strength, it 1* sheer folly to per-|P@'t of Alberta's growing social services,
He served as a member of the Legislative | who aa rere ~ Se were ene Coen mit such a condition to continue {school grants and road improvements. The
Council for many years and retired after | fo" ‘hat officer's authority would ili 93 , Government reassurance on this} municipalities will receiv ‘oer tax rev
being President, vanish should the verdict be Philip at 7.30 p.m. matter will be welcomed with re- cipalities too will TEOeaye larger tax rev-
5 . changed, and a transfer to dis- lief. enues as a result of the oil bonanza.

British A

Sir Oliver Harvey, British Am-
bassador in Paris is appealing for

help for a good cause—“In spite
of recent appeals and generous
donations” he writes “the finan-

cial state of Hertford British Hos-

pital in Paris is critical, The his-
tory of the hospital is interesting
and is in a sense bound up with
the Entente Cordiale.

Anglo-French friendship even
in the early nineteenth century
led to the establishment of a large
British colony in Paris. So much

» that in 1871 Sir Richard Wall-

ce, the distinguished art patron,
who was also much interested in
social welfare. invited the British
Embassy in Paris to assist him in
setting up a hospital there for the
nedical and surgical treatment of
poor British subjects. In 1879 the
hospital was opened in the pres-
ence of the Prince of Wales. who
later as Edward VII played such
a prominent part in Anglo-
Fi 1 relati

Ri

British subjects
and members of
Embassy. The hospital was named
by the Wallace family after the
Marquis of Hertford, from whom
Sir Richard inherited his posses-
sions Sir Richard had lived
through the siege of Paris, and
it was the medical and ambul-
ance service which he introduced
at that critical moment in the his-
tory of France: that led him to
found this British Hospital for the
care of British subjects in Paris

living in Paris
the staff of the

During the last soventy years
the hospital has made every effort
to keep abreast of the times, and
in its services to-day is providing
far more facilities to British sub-
jects than was foreseer by its
founder, Commensurately. the gap
between expenditure and regeipts

has inevitably widened; the orig-
inal donation, which seventy years
ago provided a steady income
sufficient to cover the cost of
maintenance, is n¢ ufficient for
less than two montt expenditure
in every year. Neverthele the
t has played its part vali



of old and destitute patients and
a modern maternity block. Up-to-
date theatre facilities, supported
by X-ray services, a large out-
patients’ department, including a
dental section. and British resi-
dent doctors supported by a long
list of distinguished French con-
sultants, complete the services of
the foundation, which. with its
charming garden, make the hos-
pital not only a model of its kind
but a haven for the sick. The fully
qualified nursing staff are British,
and the homely English atmos-
phere so successfully created by
their devotion provides relief to
English people overcome by sick-
ness in a foreign land.

The needs of British subjects in
post-war conditions have added
to the financial burden of the hos-
pital, and in recent years twice as
many patients have called upon
it than was the case before the



war. Even the latest step in An-
glo-French relations, the recipro-
al social security agreement, has
uided to rather than reduced the
hospital's fina al This

t x t€ the free

J

Fr ‘ subjects
there 1 per s than six

} ¢ travel for

eir onl pr







attention in Paris in an English— _
atmosphere lies in the Hertford

Hospital. , OUR READERS SAY:

The Hospital has to anal and ridicule and vilify anyone
£45,000 annually. The income Strings who points out our lack of com-
from appeals, donations. paying To, The Editor, The Advocate, monsense and imminent peril,

patients and from French official
sources in respect of those pa-

tients who may come under the U.S. has voted to refuse Marshall Yet, we fail to see that that
French social insurange scheme Aid to Britain if Ireland remains ‘semper eadem’ organization—the
was last year £35,000. This partitioned. historic enemy of liberty—is as

year's estimated deficit, therefore,
amounts to £10,000, and it is a
gap which for ever widens, since
the constant increase in the cost



of living, while adding to the and who is not blindly bigoted which without doubt is fighting

charge of the hospital's mainten- will realize the source and men- Communism tooth and nail; we

ance, makes it at the same time ace of the lonnying which caused must pass over its hideous re-

more and more difficult for gen- this decision. cord. ancient and modern; we

erous patron; to maintain their Why is it that if we are fighting must, in other words, again make

contributions. one evil, eg Nazi Germany, a mariage de convenance with

which may be in de: conflict this enticing body. But let us be-

Unless this gap can be bridged, with another possib] e evil, ware if in taking her to our heart

there will be no course for the e g., Communistic we we do not receive a deadly stroke.

hospital but to close its doors. wretched humans pron take Poor Northern Irelanders—may

This is unthinkable; the senti- such worse evil to our ex~ God pity you.

mental, prestige and practical ‘ar- tol its supposed the sky READER.

guments for keeping the hospital

open are overwhelming. The gap,

therefore aust be closed. I n > eRe : ;

ae tat ‘British ve opie aaa @ LETTERS which are signed with s nom—de—plume, but un

where will respond accompanied by the customary bona fides, will be ignored.

Many such reach the Editor’s desk each week. and readers
are again reminded of the necessity for the writer’s name to

Contributions may be sent



the Ambassador, C/o the Secre-
tary, Hertford Hospital, 48, rue be known
Villers. Levallois, Seine.”

Ambassador In Paris in Mileeioake For Hospital —

SIR, --A Committee
House of Representatives in the

Can this insulting gerrymander-
ing be attributed to Communism?
The answer is a blank no. Anyone
with half a head on his shoulders

ance of good faith.







the

of Such is the reason for our pre-

sent ewenes with Communism

much a danger to our way of life
as Communism; the proof is in the
eating, as to-day’s news bears out.
Yes, we must praise this body








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MARCH 31, 1950

Pleads Not Guilty To |
‘Manslaughter Charge |

ALFRED PRESCOD, a young Christ Church lad plead-

“not guilty” of manslaug!

: vesterday.
sions Ye Lodge R
5 Mosely on Oage
Leonard Mosel:
- 1949.

st. Andrew
16 Yrs. Old

CHRISTIAN KELLMAN,
better known as “Ma Pat”, of
Garden, St. Andrew, is still

. at the age of 116
she js the wife of the late
Seevelt Kellman who died
t 12, 1902.
on Aug ellman has over 120 grana
reat-grand children but is at
present living with her two
ters, Teresa Kellman, her
child, who is 73 aur oe
trice Springer, who 1s 08,
= om a son who was killed in
South Africa in 1927. aie
The Rector of. St. Saviours
Church administers Holy Com-
munion to her at her home regu-

larly.

EFERRING TO a letter in Our
R Readers Say of Wednesday’s
Advocate, under the head “Gyra-
tory”, Col. R. T. Michelin, Com-

joner of Police, told the “Ad-
yecate’” yesterday that at present
it is not possible to have the gy-
ratory traffic system in Trafalgar

as “Jetter suggested to the
joner a gyratory system

in Trafalgar Square by eliminat-
“ing all cross traffic in the Square.
The Commissioner said that while
js appreciated that it certainly
4n ideal system for traffic to go
“one way around Trafalgar Square
wita no intersection streams, the

He is charged with killing 21-year-old

—
«Ya Pat’? Of



ee
Le

|

Ae

iter at the Court of Grand Ses-|

oad on the night of October 31.|

Mosely died at the General Hos-
pital on the morning of November
1, about an hour after he had been









BARBADOS ADVOCATE







Sir JohnHutson
Laid To Rest

THE body of Sir John Hutson
Kt, O.B.E., V.D., B.A., M.B.,
C.M., D.P.H., was laid to rest
yesterday evening at the family
burial place to the Northern end
of the Cathedral. |

At 5 p.m., the corpse arrived ||
at the Western gate of the Cathe- | |
dral from where it was borne into
the Cathedral for funeral service. |

Bearing the body were Hon.









PAGE FIVE







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rushed, there suffering fro g nC. leon aC -
ound in the caette us tis inner oe a c MG. ‘6 BE
re- . C.M.G., OB.E.,
act Hon. G. D. L. Pile, O.BE,, Dr.
the story is that there had been Charles Manning, Dr. Lindsay °
a fight between Prescod and Mose- Se ene ee 00 ing
ly who carries Wie Wektiemne ot a W. E. Tucker, Mr. George R.
“Sammy Geese”, and that Mosely ne . .
ots —. yeas in the coursé at the Seowel ics his Private Sée- For
of the fight. un y his Private Sec-
His Honour the Chief Justice is ee oe oe }
presiding over the eet teat! Sree ces: Sanene: aati
cod’s counsel is Mr. D. H. a eae
aoe aos Counsel is Mr. eauty
W. W. Reece, K.C., Solicit -|
W. | or Gen Car Damaged
The case continues to-day. i
‘ Evidence . : m
- — to take the stand was Dr. : settee
A. 5. Cato. He said that on No- eae —
vember 1, 1949, he had performed] THIS MOUND OF FLOWERS marks Sir i AB d: i
) S marks » spot where Sir John Hutson was laid st y y i 6 m
«Dos jmhgrem examahation aol cee cin ng ecm the spo Wr ce Se eee aid to rest yaunecey: damaged wien, it page Age pb ed- ime
sonard Mosely of Lode ons. ; ed in an accident with t lorry
corel Chureh. Death had oun nae ae ene a eee 1 od ye Rg, “ariven
red. elght aie s . In the written statement he 1 1 P | An H In y Art >
red elght to twelve hours before| said more than one person hea| oucemen our im along Delghtens Roede St pparel ?
sia. wound over the centre of the eee — a ag STS < “ CT
forehead three quarters of : Fi tgs ee ta dietemal vain 2 Anatol G db .
long, quarter of an inch wide, and gations that “Sammy Geese” had | ay 00 ye ‘riven by R. McKenzie, Victoria YOU SHOULD = INSPE THESE
extending down to the bone. ae a hort h ee Or sword: | Sorte “ob! Mike ak Unene Gake
As turin: of te Ee re e had heard thay “Sammy Geese” | h F perty of Payne of Upper Colly- i
out fae lying on “eae a Belge 77 bt a girl called Ruby oO e orce ! € Ss more Rock. , . oe en LADIES NYLON NIGHTDRESSES
brain was exposed. Left frontal ae © never Heed. that "EST f istri AN Adv eporser, Vv
was exposed. Le “emmy Geene” Ned treectens| YESTERDAY at Distriet ‘a’|, A err Teens: Wee i
lobe was pierced over an area of rae IAG: “URPRSFONES | Police Stat wath | inspecte alleys .eading ' S 2 ei ; ;
one and a quarter inches by a ee are cere aeceager™ \oe Bosker et oo “a a broad Street. ives. sabe = Schooner Brings Firewood individually and ‘make ideal at de sigue
; ‘ ji pcaree tenn statement had been taken fr : ce Sergeants as well as ; wey cae tal :
Sects taeetnae ne ‘the Belgrave. He was not sevesabiole former. : Sergeants, who. retired |1}50 yesterday ‘morning founc “Prince eds cated vukene
murface aid Medal Se tie breil had mentioned the dagger, ; Many years ago, gathered | the following:— rincess Louise’ called yester- LADIES’ ART SILK NIGHTDRESSES

The impression that he had got!

The lungs were c s é ;
BS congested, and the} quying his investigations was that |

right lung was distended with air,

together to bid farewell to four of |

: Lukes Alley; A wayside market
their compatriots who are retir-| where hawkers sell vegetables

The heart and abdominal organs the row between “Sammy Geese’ | ng and others who are pending|and fruit. Rotten oranges anu
were normal. There was some and the girl had taken place be-| *et!rement. tomatoes scattered around. Trays
infection in the right kidney fore the accused came into the | ; Those retiring were Sgt. Eleock|nearly in the centre of the road-

Death had been due to cerebral affair. It was alleged that “Sammy | bac 9 for 40 years 4]/way. Banana skins, pea husk

> e Pi r er , Ir 1 > i , st
haemorrhage and laceration of | @®es” Cleveland Jones and Rey-| Months. He joined the Force in| cabbage leaves, cocoanut shells

nold Phillips had
together that night.

the brain. A sharp pointed instru- been walking

ment used with considerable force

March 1910 and was promot
\ ; a s ed to| and zaret boxes b
Sergeant in 1935. In 1944 he was ee ier Gua ones

around in the gutters. Push. carts







HE LOSS of two shirts valued
$10.50 was reported by Beryl
Blackman of Hartes Gap, Christ

Church. She stated that the shirts |

were removed from a bleaching
Spot near her residence on Tues-

A CANE FIRE of unknown ori-
gin broke out
Plantation, St. Philip, at about
12.15 p.m. on Wednesday and des-
troyed three and a half acres of
second crop ripe canes, The canes
are the property of Messrs. M. and
B, Smith of Thicketts, St. Philip,
and were insured,
N ACCIDENT

occurred at

about 12.15 p.m. on Wednes- |

on Hincks Street between
motor lorry M-876, owned by M.
. Harrison of Fontabelle, and
driven by Darlington Phillips of
Black Rock, and another lorry,
owned by Kendal Plantation and
driven by Osbert Pucker:ng of
Guinea Hill, St. John.
The right front fender of Kend-
8 lorry was damaged.

_ ‘BUS, driven by
les Hinds of First Avenue,

Kew Land, and a horse drawn
cart, owned and driven by Benja-

min Jordan of Bush Hall, were |

involved in an accident on Bank

Hall Cross Road at ab:
s ad at about 4.00 p.m.
on Wednesday. '

HE PREMIERE Lawn Tennis |

Club will be holding a
Yamble Sale to-morrow, April 1,
: the Bethel School House, Bay
treet at 2.00 pm. The funds are

Bet water

wi, facilities for the}
CAR O—50 owned by Mr.
Clyde

Cane of Andrews
aetocy and driven by Miss
ha cent Walker was involved in
eet on Mount Wilton
With a bicycle ridden by
gr Marshall of Spa, St. Joseph.
to Marshall was later taken
General

Hospital and

(Getain

left headlamp of the car
smashed while the
extensively damaged
Rirttticnmecenineen

Obituary:
Fett

Mrs. EF. Langevine |

The death of Mrs. Elmira Flor-







oh: angevine, wife of the late|in his ‘@»cket because he waS 4] ier the show at the Plaza
her res Langevine, took place at | gardenet ld have Mosely started to beat his girl
Well; Sidence on Tuesday last in) To Mr. Ward: It would 2a¥e} it, hag a sword in his hand. |
‘ngton Street taken a reasonable degree of ene Prescod came up after the fight
angevi > 1 : * a not hear
sangevine, wh tit nflict the thigh wounc ater Street He did not |!
the age of 84. \ who died at|to i iflic the lip could have been | in Wat F aererescod say anythin
. but lett’ Was born in Barba- | injury ~ the e Mosely and <
; it at an early age to| caused by a cu . . to each other
e in British Guiana hee br. J. A. Walcott, Government aot time I saw Prescod, he
bang wement of her second hus- | Bacteriologist, said that on = was going in the direction of
. me 2 E Lang ¢ ~ ‘ 1949 at 1 p.m ne - dee ye Mosely vho wa
x : “ sangevine of | vember Lote ae 2c | Nurse’s hop q s
= B.G. Postal Servic n 1913,|/ceived the clothing from PC}! alking with us went to Prescod
M both returned + . ‘ nar * Br ynie He also received the us i oad I hear you want to}
rs. La si ve { Sa s< from each side; anc sam acted ta. faht
Membs- neeVine was a « ted |k Scrapings from e€é ‘at me’. They started to fight
ber of “" , 1@ Was ievoted knife — vhere the blade en- | beat me , ne Mosely 2
See te: re Anglican Church | of the bia e Ww F the handle and| As they fought Mi ,
chaei’s aoe ached to the St Vi ere P self sug- versing and Pre Bead _
Came a oe ‘ the |ing. I saw Prescod jeav
, pact uw r ac tne
Schoo} On i f 1 «Su Si the un d wn th
later retired sy . Be as stumbling and
TMained : u OW EVE é é for all
> 8d &@ memho, » ao ok I i j i : : eaente . g
Mion unti) hee oe ee Mothers vE a ha Ward I went to
Very faith rer ce : P on nade his | Felton Legall. Mosel



Of whe ES
Hom atiende i her funeral

at Fortesque |

bicycle |

Howard to Skeete Hill where the
He

Geese”

the servants’ room and arrested
him. There was a knife on a table
in the room and accused handed it
to him,

accused had been arrested.
had not known “Sammy
before.

To Mr. Ward: The three peo-'
ple whom he had seen in the road
where deceased was lying were
Reynold Phillips, his brother and
Cleveland Jones.

Reynold Phillips, 16-year -old
lad said he had been at the
Plaza Theatre, Oistin on October |

Wounded

Blood was coming from a wound
}on the mouth of the accused and
there were blood stains on his
clothes. When accused handed
him the knife, he told him that
}himself and the deceased “Sammy
Geese” had a fight in Lodge Road,

his aed ee ‘when he . + pag together about
BEE cone — On xenettns ; a ures
When the accused had made ean. ahi “Taahlen, Phillips.

these statements, accused had been

tne 7¢) y t SE t ZO
informed that he was charged with Phillips went down a gap to £0)

> y srossed the
| murder, Later, he had sonrennny ee ae “y hear you
a P ne > a . La 4 :
| charged the accused, and cautionec want to beat me”. Mosely

him. Accused had made a volun-
tary statement.

At 11 a.m., witness continued, he
saw the body of Mosely at the
! Hospital. Accused saw it also.
The knife and clothing had been
taken by P.C. Brown to Dr. Wal-
cott, Government Bacteriologist. | tne
= aa accompanied wand return- | Shortly after, he saw the seouene
Wy ino oes e Tr » articles in| running down the road. He hac
ie he oe 7 something in his hand that shone
oe ae hed smrdmitted at the! but he did not know what it was.

Accuse a é

4 ao “Mosely came stumbling to-|
Sub-station that the felt hat was ‘wards me quickly after’’ witness |

“Joosed” a cuff at Prescod. The}
cuff caught Prescod and the twv
started to struggle. Prescod was
retreating, battling all the time

Mosely was advancing. |

He (witness) had swung dow!
gap that leads to his home
















juts ‘ ‘ said, “Then he fell down in the
| Examination road. My brother had gone
| pr. EL. Ward said that he had] yome, but after he heard the
on November 1, 1949, examined] oise he came out +29
the accused at Oistin’s Sub-station To Mr Ward: Before the}
| He had a lacerated wound quarter | incident occurred he had seen)

of an inch long and fairly deep a} the accused while a quarrel was

aan, of > ; etween Mosely and
the right corner of the mouth.] going on between sel;
It took two stitches. There W@S}| gir] friend. The quarrel had
also a swelling of the lip in the} taken place down by Durant’s |
same area. The upper right incis-] Gap,

There was

jor tooth was loosened. right

| a superficial laceration of the
side of the lower lip.

| There was an incised wound on
the left thigh. It was about a
cuarter of an inch long, and an
eighth of an inch deep It took
j one stitch.

The accused had

Did Not Hear
“Someone had pushed me, and}

I went on accused. He pushed
me off. I did not see Mosely go
up to accused and challenge
him. Mosely had a dagger in his
belt. I did not hear Adolphus |

told him that} prewster tell Mosely to watch|



borne the heat and burden of the} this he still insists that the Sani-

Force in the old days but their} tary Department should employ
work was well performed a regular Alley Staff to keep the
He said that they would re-| bye alleys, which branch out

ceive Discharge Certificates from | from Broad Street, clean.
of Police, to;
they owed af
He next asked}
to present the}

the Commissioner

W initiative
debt of gratitude
the Commissioner
Certificates.
Before the

hose

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Commissioner said, “It gives me
great pleasure at one of the most dadeeed %
| unique functions in any Police _THE island's supply of butter
Force in the world, to present was increased by 1,696 cases
these Certificates” tinned butter from Melbourne anc|
He said that why he termed|®5 cases of peanut butter from
the function unique is because| Brisbane — both Australian ports
they were saying good-bye to 11] the arrival here of steam-
men who have rendered a totai| Sip “Kaipaki” on Wednesday.
amount of 271 years in Police This shipment, which has ar-
Service, which is a record. rived just in time for the Easte!
Good Service | Holidays, will somewhat ease the
He pointed out that the retir- | Present aa apne Sepeelt
ng Sergeants had rendered good ee tind Sot cg f
ervice to the island and although’, nO) seepees COngO most of
they were wishing them good- /Which arrived here from Austra-
bye to “Police Uniform” they lia wa mainly made up of meat
would still be connected with | About 260 cases of cheese wis
them outside the Force. [BROnS the supplies taken at Mel-
He said that the Police of to~ | bourne. Egg pulp, mutton, as-
day are encountering a “bed )j | Paragus soup and vegetable soups,
roses” but in that period when | Canned peas, beans and carrots,
these Sergeants started, condi- 22mples, icecream mix, canned
tions were more difficult, but — en a en ee
»y came through “top.” | oe
% aid that toe Police Force | Brom ret agin b brisket, beet
esch. mamiier Titat DOMens that | panned ee skinned rabbits and
| joyalty to the Force and without | fron, ohne come, white nny
2 mm brisbane were beel, veil,
that they could not ucceed.|jamb, mutton, chickens, duck
These men have shown that they icrops, ribs, hams, Bolonga sausa-
possess that loyalty and he hoped | ges crystallised ginger, honey,
that the younger men would | pudding and pastry mixture,
learn a lesson and follow in their}custard powder, vanilla essence,
footsteps,” he said culinary colours and salted pea-
He said that it is his endeavour | nuts.
to improve as much as possible On its way here it stopped at
the conditions of the Force for the| Trinidad where it loaded 100
men serving in it but that has to/tierces of oranges for this port,
Local agents are Messrs Da Costa

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@ on page 7 & Co., Ltd.









accused said he carried the knife
"











@ on pase 7

there had been three persOMS} himself or he would bring him-
| against him, beating him. That he} -ci¢ in trouble.

had been getting the worst of it.) Further questioning by the
land that he had taken the ie Court revealed that the weapon
lout of his pocket and = had which deceased = alleged to|
} < , them The knife hé ave had in his belt was more}
Said of and cut him in the Be Thee than a dagger |
thigh. He had been sent to hos- Next witness was Cleveland}
| pital for a tetanus injection. The} yones. He told the Court that}

down by Water Street that night)

‘ VI @M cleans everything

smoothly and

av een line

_D. D. Pay ¢ a 99| awarded the Colonial Police ng
yeason why intersecting streams |could have caused the injury—|q nee eae 1 Service Meteo! Police Long] siowing up the passage up and \
me at present allowed is to re-|such an instrument as the knife in})eon brought to i Cansni te He Sgt. R. Skeete joined the|2oWwm the ‘alley of pedestrians. We have just received a
move the congestion of traffic} Court, ., . |was deeply shocked and connalebe | Force in July 1918 He wae a Alley badly in need of a washing. Beautiful assortment of . . .
goross the Victoria Bridge which} To Mr. Ward: On considering |} had a punctured ‘wound in the| Moted to Sergeant in 1932 ais Bolton Lane: Grass and other
would result if there was no cut) the injury I thought of a stronger | contre of the forehead. He was| in 1935 he was awarded ‘the |Shrubbery growing in the gutter
the Chamberlain Bridge, | looking instrument than the knife) 4m ce eS Penal ee desea (> ; Saline To oe i |but otherwise very clean
across ees ‘ ‘ admitted to a ward where it was: Colonial Police Long Service : °
He pointed out that if a stronger shewn me, reVeE ‘ a -shitial id was Meds abba 3 Manchester Lane: Paper ana
e po! ; ; . ing Doris Mosely h Rha id revealed that the spinal fluid was Medal. He received the bar to! b
and wider Victoria Bridge was ae a 7 nee mot Rie iy ny €-} pure blood instead of being a clear| this medal in 1944, carts. Hawxers blocking “tHe: en NOVELTIES
erected in place of the present one, | ceased, said she lived at Pilgrim, | uid. He died about an hour after-| Sgt. Ivan Tho , trance at Broad Street
F (Pia Psa shia we a - g n hompson, who is}
well then, by all means the gyra-| Christ Church. The deceased used} \ ards, | well known for his activities jn| “aneaster Lane: Three blocks |; ,
tory system would be put into} to on at Lodge Road. She saw Doubtful ce Whanee ae oy ane Pl of te Wa dicaath anaias (Hand Painted)
jon” nim alive about 3 p.m, on October . Tia By hh Nm daaiae de Ot eae ; Te aie a
ee cabber to a question about|31. Next Bie a got 4 message}. Shown the knife in Court, Dr.| Joined the Force in 1913 and was which formerly contained Silver With the Crest of the...
more Car Patks, the Commissioner | and went to the Hospital. There Payne said he was doubtful about| Promoted to Sergeant in 1938. | Mints and Polish. Broken coke anc UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
said that the question of providing | she saw him lying dead. She had that having caused the injury. | as was awarded the Colonial|soda bottles. Donkey-cart parkec WEST INDIES
more parking areas is still a mat- | identified the body. She knew the To Mr. Ward: The wound| Police Long Service Medal | in| in the centre of the roadway. | and also with the Crest of
fr for consideration for the accused. He worked where she| save the impression that the} 1948 and up to the time of retire-| Liverpool Lane: Fairly clean BARBADOS :
authorities concerned worked—at Balls Plantation. Tha|imstrument used was more like ment he has served 35 years, $|except for a few pieces of paper 5 : :

; deceased was also an agricultural } 29 ice pick. months ; : | blowing around. The perfect Memento to
WENTY-ONE-YEAR-OLD Mr.} worker, Cpl. Goring corroborated the| Joined in 1914 | Higginson Lane: One of the | send to that friend abroad
Geoffrey Allen, second son of To Mr. Ward: The accused had] evidence given by L/Sgt. How-| _Sgt. J. Brathwaite joined the |most untidy alleys, Door and win or at home.

Mr. William Allen of Clevedale,|not been working at Balls when ard. So did P.C. 164 Goring.| Force in September 1914 soon | dow shutters placed at the Broad HANDBAG PURSE
Black Rock, was injured on Wed-| the incident occurred. P.C. Ethelbert Sargeant told|after the beginning of World]Street entrance and forming a BOOK MARKER
nesday evening after he fell from| L/Sgt. Howard, in charge of the Court he had accompanied| War I. He was promoted to|blockage. Bits of card. A large POCKET KNIFE (in case)
a beam at the West Indian Dis-| Oistin’s Sub-Station said that] Mosely to the Hospital. | Sergeant in 1946 and in 1945 he| quantity of discarded boxes and SHOPPING PURSE
‘filleries. He was taken to the] about midnight on October 31, he} Allan Forde, an Island Consta-| was arded the Colonial Police | pills | KEY CASE
General Hospital in an uncon-|went to Lodge Road and saw aj ble, said he had been going along ng Service Medal. | The Commissioner of Police LOOSE LEAF NOTE BOOK
scious condition and detained. , | man lying flat on his back in the ie nage in the night of ng the gathering were|told the Advocate yesterday that HAIR Gin LIST
It is understood that he fell];oad, He was bleeding from the} October 31, he heard the noise} for Sgt. Major ‘Brikie”’ | ; . atieah es S. Mies. cravat é iRIPS
while exercising and struck the|pead. Cpl. Goring and P.C. 195] of people’s voices. He saw the’ Good 1, who retired during Col foe vatioar rs! ae Basra POCKET MANICURE
back of his head on the cemented | Sargeant were there, and theyjaccused running towards him,| Dickens’ peri Sgts. Marshali,', ee ne ’ ’ ZIPP PURSE (2 kinds)
marece ? : " : ret : », the hawkers are forced to move STAINLES ;
floor. lifted the man into the police van.| and the accused ran into Plum rd and Clarke. Major A. R.] : } : “ESS KNIFE in case
He is articled to the firm of] He had found a brown felt hat|Tree Gap. He (witness) convin- Mrs. Michelin were] from highways and go into these|}); COMB (in case)
Messrs, Yearwood & Boyce, Solici-}on the spot. The hat was stained] ued up the road. Further up, hej also present | alley ways to sell, \{{ SHOE HORN (in case)
tors of James Street. with blood. saw three people, and lying in Warrant Officer Springer, who|, On the other hand a member of |\\} SEWING SET
. At 4.30 a.m. next morning, he] the road was a man whom he| acted Chairman, introduced | ‘t¢, community told the Advocate TRAY PURSE (2 kinds)
m8 UNDERSTOOD that went to the house of Mr. P. A.|tried to rouse. The man said|Col. R. T. Michelin, Commis-| at even if these hawkers ar FOLDING RULE
David Forde of Horse Hill, St.| Gjarke at Skeete Hill, Christ} nothing. He got in touch with! sioner of Police, who presented forced to sell in the alleys, th eer eae Cee
Joseph was injured when he fell) Giurch, accompanied by P.C.| the Police. the Discharge Certificates. War-| filthy conditions sometimes hav: MANICURE SET
from a motor lorry on Tamarind’ Gare’ and Island Constable} Witness continuing told of! rant Officer Springer said that|to be attributed to the Broa MATCH BOX COVER
Hall Road on Tuesday. forde . nd the accused in| having accompanied L/Sgt.; these retiring Sergeants had| Street Strres. Apart from all « CARD CASE
| Forde. He found t ; Z

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credit to my wife CLARICE
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d myself responsible for her or
else contracting any debt or
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With good references. Apply:
cy Hutson “FIRST ATTEMPT”,
hi Hill, 31.3.50—In.

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family. Must be able to cook. References

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WANTED IMMEDIATELY an ex-

cook, apply with reference to

» Pine Hill, St. Michael
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ry, suitable middle age or re-

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cece,
IMMEDIATELY — General Cook or
Helse Parlour Maid 30 to 50 years old
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; 30.3.50—3n
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OFFICE—One Office

over Sanitary
Laundry Depot., Marhill Street AtatY
Tel. 3599.

31.3.50—t fon

at Bay Man-
Fully furnished
Apply Mrs. J

26.3.50—3n

Sanitary Laundry Co,

FLAT—One upstairs flat
sion Bay Street.
Available April ft.
Skinner. Phone 4064

INS—St. Peter. Three bedroom,
wully furnished. Available from May ins
for four months. Apply: Ralph A. Beard
Hardwood Alley. Phone 4683 or 1)’

30.3.50—2n

CHURCHILL—Maxwell Coast %
bedrooms, fully furnished. Availabe
immediate possession. Apply: Ralph A
Beard, Hardwood Alley. Phone 4683 or
S08 Pi 30.3.50—2n

“OLIVEDALE”, MARINE GARDENS.
Small furnished to approve
tenant. Available from middle June for
four months. Phone MacPhail, : :

29







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HOUSE—Newly built house on Ric!’
Bay, for four to six months. Fully fur-
nished, with linen and cutlery. Stude-
baker car also supplied if required. Fo
further particulars phone P. C. ¢
Maffei 2787 or 8239 after 4 p.m ce

29.3.50—6n
OFFICE—Marhill St.

Hutchinson & Co.
lars apply W. B.

next to W. B
For further particu-
Hutchinson & Co
14.3.50—t.f.n

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FOR RENT. From Ist April Upstairs
Premises No. 6 Swan Street. Suitable
for Agency or similar type of business
Contact immediately on Premises No. ¢
Swan Street. 31.3.50—t.f.n

BLUE HOUSE—lacas Street. A de-
sirable business stand. With or witho..
fixtures and furniture. Contact immedi-
ately Thani Bros., Prince William Henry
Street. Dial 3466. 31.3.50—t.f.n

BUNGALOW, also Flat, faring sea mai
road, Hastings, furnished from May Ist
All comforts, English baths with heater
showers, telephones, verandahs. Tele
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BARBADOS CIVIL SERV
ASSOCIATION on
DIVISION III
All subordinate members of the Gov-
ernment Service are asked to note that
there will be a special meeting held at
the Town Hall on Saturday ist April, at
1.30 p.m. to which they are asked te
make a special effort to attend.
AGENDA
1A General talk on conditions
service re-subordinate employee.
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A. BE. LEwiISs,
20.9.50—2n. Divisional Secretary
NOTICE
BARBADOS.
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF

APPEAL.

Re Workmen's Compensation Act, 1943

Notice is hereby given that James
Harris of Clevedale Blask Rock in the
parish of Saint Michael, employed bs
Mr. Norman D. Ellis as a quarry labour
er was injured by falling stones over-
hanging the quarry in which he w.
working and died as a result of the sai

injuries and that Compénsation ha:
been paid into Court.
All the Dependants of the above

named deceased are hereby required to
‘ppear at the above-named Court on
Wednesday the 5th day of April 1950
at 10 o'clock a.m.
Dated this 27th day of March 1950.
T. V. GILKES
Ag. Clerk A.C.A.

p50
NOTICE

Estate of
SAMUEL HAMPDEN
Deceased
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all
persons having any debt or claims against
the Estate of Samuel Hampden late o
Baxters Road in the City of Bridgetown
in this Island, Baker, who died in th
Tsland on the 5th day of September 19
intestate, are requested to send in par
ticulars of their claims duly attested t
the undersigned GEORGE HENT*
WILKIE, C/o G. Li. W. Clarke & Co
Solicitors, James Street, Bridgetown, o
or before the 28th April 1950, after wh!
date I shall proceed to distribute the
oscets of the deceased among the partie
entitled thereto having regard only
such claims of which I shall then have
had notice and I will not be liable fo
the assets or any part thereof so
distributed to any person of whose debt
or claim I shall not then have had notice
And all persons indebted to the salr
Fstate are requested to settle their in-
debtedness without delay.
Dated this 25th day of February 19°0
GEORGE ‘YY WILKIE,
Qualified Administrator of the Estate
of Samuel Hampden, deneares.
25.2 50--4





Re Estate of
MARY FRANCES MILLER
Deceased
NOTICE is hereby given that all per-
sons having any debt or claim against
or affecting the Estate of Mary Frances
Miller, deceased, tate of School Lane,

Halls Road, in the parish of Saint
Michael in this Island, Spinster, who
died at School Lane aforesaid on the
17th day of January 1950, are requested
to send in particulars of their claims
duly attested to the undersigned Edith
Viola Blenman C/o Messrs Haynes &
Griffith, Solicitors, No. 2 Swan Street,
Bridgetown, on or before the 3ist day of
May, 1960. after which date I shall pro-
ceed to distribute the assets of the de-
ceased among the parties entitled there-
to having regard only to such claims of
which I shall then have had notice and
I will not be liable for the assets or any
part thereof so distributed to any person
of whose debt or claim I shall not then
have had notice.

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

Dated this 18th day of March 1950.

EDITH VIOLA BLENMAN

Qualified Executrix of the will of
MARY FRANCES MILLER Soe. e
3.504%.

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SALES





AUCTION

By instructions I will sell at Cable and
Wireless yard, St. Lawrence Gap, on
Thursday next 30th March, beginning at
1 o'clock, a collection of Short Pine

, several block stones,
a eatisetion of te Tables suitable for

a collection of Pine
displaying semples or making school
desks. Some are 10 ft. long my 2 ft, wide

veral cupboard 7x5; chairs, boxes, (5)
gasolene drums (3) Lawn Mowers, (i)
Lister Pump & Steel tank capacity 150
gallons and onerel je interest.

T
D'ARCY SCOTT.

24,3.50.—5n.

REAL ESTATE

“SEASIDE COTTAGE, good ioaae
. Phone 3

near town, going cheap 31 3.50—2n



“a
VICTOR COT, River Road, standing on
7,250 sq. feet of land. It has closed gal-
lery, drawing and dining room (2)
rooms, W.C. and Beth. I
stone with the roof covered with galvan-
ise and shingles. It is within easy reach
of all the schools and Bridgetown: | Jy.
ossession im y.
Bus fare. Vacant p DARCY SCOTT.
Magazine Lane.
24.3.50.—4n.
A
AT the office of the undersigned c
Friday next 3ist instant at 2 p.m. §
public competition
ance Co; —
197 shares BARBADOS FIF
1299 shares BARBADOS ICE co. :
70. shares SHIPPING
TRADING CO. LIMITED...
43 shares WEST INDIA RUM REFINER
CARRINGTON & SEALY

LTD

It is built of

!

Ward E lected

Churchwarden
For Christ Church

| m Pi
| ytembers of the Christ Church
—s yesterday paid tribute to
oy able manner in which Mr
)G- C. Ward had performed nis
aduties as Churchwarden of the
parish during the past year

Mr. C. M. Dra
Outgoing Church

en aa that the
> warden h

ee aexably 800d work sues
mw report did not show every-
t ing he had done and they as
Vestrymen Were very pleased with
the way in which he had conduct-
ed the affairs of the parish.

Mr. F. C Goddard
; » Cy also s
in glowing terms of the or
which Mr. Ward had carried out
his duties as Churchwarden,

Mr W
members

proposed
the

ard after thanking the
for their kind remarks

Mr H. St. G. Wa
new Churchwarden, oe

Hon'ble A. G. Gittens seconded,
and this was unanimously carried

Mr. H. St. G, Ward then thank-
ed the outgoing Churchwarden fo.
proposing him and the Vestry fou
unanimously electing him, He said
that he realised that this year
was going to be a very difficult
one owing to the abolition of the
Occupancy Tax, but he hoped that
they could make things go on
tairly smoothly if every one
would co-operate as was done sn
the past,

Keen Interest

_ Referring to the _ outgoing
Churchwarden, he said that he

never got ruffled and took a keen
interest in the running of the
affairs of the parish and he

commended him for the work ne
had_ done,

Mr. Ward then proposed Me.
C, S, McKenzie and Mrs. H. A.
Talma

P _ as senior and junior
Guardians respectively.
Mr. Drayton felt that Mr.

Goddard should serve as junior
Guardian and made a motion to
that effect.

Mr. Goddard thanked Mr.
Drayton for nominating him but
declined owing to his many
onerous duties at the time.

Mr. McKenzie and Mrs, Talma
were therefore elected Guardians,

The Vestry passed the annual
grant of £100 tor Sanitation and
repairs at the Elementary Schools,
to be allocated by the Director ul
Education.

The Vestry passed a resolution
| to obtain a temporary loan of not
more than $7,200.00 from Barclay’s
Bank, to run the parish until taxes
are received,

Members present were: Rev.
A. F. Mandeville (Chairman), Mr,
H. St.G Ward (Churchwarden),
Mr. G. C. Ward, Hon’ble A. G.
Gittens, Mr. C. M. Drayton, Mr.
Bourne, Mr. F. C. Goddard, M.C.P.,
| Mr. A, M. Jones, Mr. C. B. Brand-
ford, Mr. J. E. Websver, Mr, C.
Ifill, Mr. Victor Chase, Mr, H.
Garnes, Mr. C. S. McKenzie.

‘Publie Sales-Contd. |









REAL ESTATE

HOUSE—One board and shingle house |
with two bedrooms standing on about Ye
acre of land situate in Sea View Hill near |
Lascelles Plantation. Priced to sell. Cash ;
or easy terms. See HAROLD PROVERBS
& CO., LTD. 23.3.50,—e,0.d.5n.



We will offer for sale to public com- }
petition on Friday the 31st day of March |
1950, at 2 p.m. at our office James Street.
The Messuage Dwelling house and shop
situate at Tudor Street, Bridgetown
idjoining The Egolf Church standing on
2156% square feet of land.

This property which is built of stone
comprises a shop to the front and
esidence consisting of five rooms to th
back.

Electricity and Government wate:

For inspection apply on the premises
o the tenant any day.

For further particulars apply to:—

HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD,
Solicitors, James Street,
17.3. 50—8)









1 DWELLING HOUSE with 1,480 square
feet of land situate at Spruce Street,
Bridgetown.

DWELLING HOUSE with 2,200 square

feet of land situate at Wellington

Street, Bridgetown.

3 A PARCEL OF LAND containing
1,180 square feet situate at Wellington
Street, Bridgetown.

The above are the properties of Cam-
eron L. Browne and will be set up for
sale by Public Competition at our Office,
No. 14 James Street Bridgetown on
Friday, 31st. March, 1950 at 2 p.m.

For inspection of the two above men-
tioned dwelling houses, apply to the re-
spective tenants.

YEARWOOD & BOYCE,
Solicitors,

8



24.3.50—8n.

eee EEE
BUNGALOW AT NAVY GARDENS
Built Dec. 1948. Cool quiet locality
Stone roofed Everite. Verandah. Draw,
ing, Dining and _ Breakfast Rooms
Kitchenette with built in larder and cup-
boards, toilet and tiled bath, 3 bedrooms
each with large presses and water
Garage, servants’ room, to let, bath, lime
breadfruit and other fruit trees, lawn
and yards good condition. Inspectior by
appointment only Archie Clarke P
4530. 8 to 4. 28,3.50





The undersigned will offer for sale :
their Office No. 17, High Street, Bridge- }
town, on Wednesday the 5th day of)
April 1950, at 2 p.m. . ‘i
ro desirable Ficnesow called “CHAR
LOTTE VILLE”, situate in Bridge Gap
Black Rock, with the land on which
stands, containing 29 perches, th
property of the late Miss Char lott
7as! ‘
Oot Bungalow contains 1 large pub
room, 2 bedrooms, enclosed and ope
Galleries, Lavatory and Bath, Electr
Light and Government Water Supply





For inspection aon, Mr. O'Don
aniel, 64 Tudor Street. é
=>? further particulars and Condi
ef Sale, apply to the undersigned :—
COTTLE, CATFORD 2 ee

oa

“SUNSET VIEW"—Rockley (Adjoin

ing BLUE 3.40

road facing the Bay with 13,40"
ee land ineluding the lan’
running to the water's

across the road verandah,

edge. The house contains
cae and dining rooms. three nee.
roams with running water, and 3)! ©
offices including kitchen with curb
Water, Electricity, and
installed. Garage and Servants roo
in yard

Inspection Mr
Bellamy :

The’ above will be_ set
competition. at the office
signed on Friday, the 2ist

at 2 p.m
Ji N & SEALY,
CARRINGTO Latas Strest.

any day—Phone 8365
up to public

of the under-
of April, 1950,

21,3.50—13n.



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

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In Carlisle Bay

IN PORT: Sch. Alexandrina R.. Sch. ata, S.S. Tapti. -
Lady Noeleen, Sch. Mary M. Lewis
Aux. Sch. Cachalot, Sch. Manuata, Sch ARRIVALS

D’Ortaec, Sch. Anita H., Sch Zata
Wonita, Sch. Emanuel C.’ Gordon, Sch
Freedom Fleary, Sch. Turtle Dove, Sch
Geraldine H Sch. Gardenia Ww

Sch. Princess Louise, M tons net,
Capt. Mitchell, from St. Lucia; Agents:
Seh. Owners’ Associatien.

S “ Sch. Felicia Monica, 56 tons net, Capt.
Sch. Blue Nose Mac, Sch. Hazell Scott, Joseph, from British Guiana; Agents:
Sch. Reginald N. Wallace, Sch. Manu- Sch. Owners’ Association.

IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION

CABLE And Wireless (West Indies) Elizabeth A. Flamigan: §.S. Norden,
Utd. Advise that they can negy com- 3,5. Brazil; S.S. Viggo Hansteen: §.S..
municate with the following ships Holbexg: S.S. Gerona: SS. Alcoa Clip-
through their Barbados Coast Station :— per: SS, Alcoa Pennant; S.S. Axgen-

tina: S/S. Golfito: S.S, Athelstane;

8.9. Alar, S.S. Yamgnota: S.S. Sprut: S.S. Sunrell; S.S. Planter: S.S, le De

S.S. Imperial Toronto: S.S. Chstor: Re: SS. Sunmont: S.S. Commedian
S.S. Mercator: S.S. Liberty: S.S. Tor- S.S. Dolores: S.S, Elizabeth: S.S
trance Hill: S.3. Mormaciand: S.S. Celestial: SS. Aleoa Pilgrim: S.S.
Sterns Mountain: S.S. Esso Cardiff: S.S. Alcoa Ranger.

\

DEPARTURES — BY B.W.1.A.L.
For Trinidad:

Mr. Roy Moll: Mr. Willian er:
Mrs. May Lauder: Mrs. Edith che
cock: Mrs. Ettie Seigert; Mr, at
Seigert; Mstr. John Seigert: Miss Carol
Seigert; Miss Lacy Medford: Mr. Wil-
liam Mullin. 4
For Cuidad Trujillo:

DEPARTURES
Sth. Philip H. Davidson: 87 tons net,
Capt. Sealy, for British Guiana; Agents:
Schooner Owners’ Association
Sch. Hazell Soott, 30 tons net, Capt.
Marks, for St. Vincent; Agents: Sch
Owners’ Association.
M.V. Caracas, 235 tans net,

? Capt
Vincent, for Trinidad; Agents: J. N

Har-



riman & Co., Lad. Mr. Vernon Speight: Mrs. Rosalyn
Speight . -

ARRIVALS — BY B.W.1.A.L Oe Lucia:

From Trinidad: Mr. Charles Chatxiler; Mr, Paul: Sar-

Alan Page; Hutchinson: Daniel Nieu- kis: Mr George Gonsalves;

mark; Swunders Waketield: Odessa Wil- For Antigua: é

diams: Viola Williams: John Widen My's. Beatrice White: Mrs Esther

Theresa Ramsumair; Terence Hawkins: Kern; Mr. Arthur Plews: Mr.s Mar-

Ramon Portillo: Joseph Judge: garet Plews; Mr. John Habrison;:

From St. Luria: For Jamaica:

_George Adams: Henry Belmar: James Mrs. Armande Carriere: Mr, Emest

Nicol: Enid Nicol: Carriere.



Stock Market Pleads Not Guilty
LONDON, March 29.

Dias eee oe Of Manslaughter

begun in the London Stock Ex-| @ from page 5
change to.day will be of three| in the head I went to the Police
weeks duration covering the Eas-| Sub-Station and reported it.”
ter holiday and ending on budget}. To Mr. Ward: After the first
aay—sufficient to keep market| {ght Mosely went on Durant’s
business at low level. Pasture. When he returned, he
Government economic survey 01 did not have the sword. He did
1950 was without material in-! 2° hear Mosely threaten coer
iluence on prices to-day and — Ky ~e — ere
movements were small and mixed. He ‘Mia toe ae ane = a
British funds were without not-} ¢, Mosely sce de. 6 44
sasteont teaneioamie ae, - ws Reynold Phillips added his brief
; S TecorG={ quota to the evidence. He had
ed. Industrials and breweries}not seen what had happened
were harder where changed anc] between Mosely and Prescod,
textiles were firm on some good At this stage the Court
provincial buying. adjourned until 10 a.m. today.













NOTICES

SHIPPING MASTER,

GOVERNMENT

APPOINTMENT OF HARBOUR AND
BARBADOS.

Applications are invited for the post of Harbour and Shipping
Master Barbados. °

Applicants must be the holder of a certificate as Master of a
foreign going ship, or must have attained the rank of Navigating
Lieutenant or any higher rank in His Majesty’s Navy.

The post is pensionable with salary at the rate of $3,840 per
annum.

Applications with copies of testimonials should be addressed to
the Colonial Secretary, Public Buildings, Bridgetown, and should
reach him not later than the 30th of April, 1950.

30,3.50—2n



Attention is drawn to the Defence (Control of Drug and Patent
and Proprietary Medicine Prices) (Amendment) Order, 1950 which
will be published in the Official Gazette of Thursday 30th March, 1950.

2. Under this Order the maximum retail selling prices of “Lydia
Pinkhams Compound” and “Phillips Milk of Magnesia” are as fol-
lows: —

“MAXIMUM
ITEM UNIT OF SALE | RETAIL PRICE
Lydia Pinkhams Compound Small size bottle 4 ” 990.
” ” ” Large ” ” 1.70
Phillips Milk of Magnesia 4 oz. bottle 36c.
” ” ” io: 7a 82c.

30.3.50—2n.



Atention is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence) (Amend-
ment) Order, 1950, No. 12 which will be published in the Official
Gazette of Thursday, 30th March, 1950.

2. Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling

prices of “Beef-Corned” are as follows: —





WHOLESALE
ARTICLE PRICE RETAIL PRICE
(not more than) (not more than)
Beef—Corned $17.66 per case

of 48 x 12 oz, tins
$4.42 per 12 tins
of 12 ozs. each.

40c, per 12 oz.
tin,

rR

30.3.50—2n,



TO MERCHANTS AND GOVERNMENT CONTRACTORS

Merchants and Government Contractors and other persons having
accounts against the Government are again reminded that payment
of all such accounts should be claimed on or before the 31st of March, |
1950, at the Treasury.

2. Failure to do this will lead to delay in the payment of the
claim.



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11 Policemen | Captain Suspended
Say Goodbye | cuitegty Capit
To The Force

his Master’s Certificate suspended
@ from page 5

| Marcm
for 3 years by a Court of Inquiry
here concerning the stranding
He then wished those retiring

Captain had



and total loss of the 7,750 ton

London carge ship “Jame;
“long life and prolonged happi-| Glumies” off the Argentine coas
ness in retirement..” last April.

Sgt. Major Franklin next moved} _T2e court found that the cas-
a vote of thanks and this was| Ualty was caused by. datenit. 0
seconded by Sgt. Inniss, Sgt, El- the Master, Captain J. A. McCore
cock who spoke on behalf of those
retiring, thanked the Commis-

of Paisley, Scotland.
The Chief Officer, Howar:
; . Greenless, told the Court he
sioner of Police for organising the| wrote up his log from the altere
Function. : log.

The function was climaxed with] He was severely reprimanded,
Sgt. Thompson singing a “Police-| put cleared of responsibility for
man’s Lot,” and “Polly Wolly} the stranding and loss of the
Doodle All Day.” Cpl. Best and] vessel.

Bandsman Rollock of the Band —(Reuter.)
gave Comic Sketches and later
Sgt. Brathwaite took the place
of Capt. Raison and directed the
At the end, the retiring



20Killed: 50Injured

Band.
Sergeants led the Band in a march MANILA, March 30,
the Square. Groups of “dissidents,” some
Those pending retirement are} said to be 1,000 strong, have loot-
Cpl. .-W. Norris, who joined inied and set fire to a dozen town
1946 and is being invalided out! ships in Central Luzon, north ani
of the Force after being injured! south of Manila, according to re
while on duty at Seawell and| ports received in the city to-day
Constable Blackman who joined Twenty persons were killec
in February 1919.-He served forjand 50 injured, the reports said
30 years. 1 month. i —Reuter

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Sails * Sails Sails Arrives Sails

SOUTHBOUND Montreal Halifax Boston Barbados Barbados
LADY RODNEY _— 25th Mar. 27th Mar. Sth Apr 6th Apr
LADY NELSON a 1h Apr. 18th Apr. 23rd Apr ath Abr
LADY RODNEY 12th May 1Sth May 17th May 26th M 27th Mas
LADY NELSON 3ist May Sed June = Sth Ju 14th June 15th Jun
LADY RODNEY 30th May 3rd July Sth July Mth July 15th July
Arrives Sails Arrives Arrives Arrives Arrives
NORTHBOUND Barbados Barbados Boston St. John Halifax Montreal
LADY RODNEY 17th Apr 19th Avr. 28th Apr - 2th A 3rd Mz
LADY NELSON 6th May 8th Mayi?th May . ihn ieee ee
LADY RODNEY 8th June 10th Jun. 19th June 2ist Jun, 24th Jun
LADY NELSON 27th June 29th Ju 8th July 10th July 13th Jul
LADY RODNEY 27th Ju 29th July Tth Aug —— 9th Aug. 12th Aug



N.B.—Subject to change without notice. All vessels fitted with cold storage chain
Passenger Fares and freight rates on application to :— , ,

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The Schooner “Anita H” will
accept Cargo and Passengers tor
Grenada, sailing Saturday Ist
April.

The Schooner “Gardenia W" will
accept Cargo and Passengers for
Trinidad sailing Saturday Ist
April.

The M.V. “Daerwood"” will
accept Cargo and Passengers for
St. Lala, St. Vincent, Grenada,
Aruba, date of suiling will be
given.

B.W.I. SCHOONER OWNERS’

ASSOCIATION (INC.)

Consignees,
TEL. 404:

MAIL NOTICE

Mails for St. Lucia by the
Schooner “United Pilgrim S”
will be closed at the General
Post Office as under: —

Parcel Mail at 2.30 p,m.
on 3lst March. 1950.

Registered Mail at 2.30
p.m. on the 31st March, 1950.

Ordinary Mail at 2.30 p.m.
on the 3lst March. 1950.








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Sailing to







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“GASCOGNE”.. April 19th. 1950 April 26th, 1950
‘MIS R” .. May 9th, 1950 May 18th, 1950
“GASCOGNE”.. May = 24th, 1950 May 3ist, 1950
“GASCOGNE”.. June 28th, 1950 July Sth, 1950

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PAGE SEVEN
















FOOTBALL

The Fixtures for the 1950
Football Season can be
obtained from the Honorary
Secretary, B.A.F.A.—0O. S
Coppin c/o Advocate Co.
Ltd., Broad Street.

A limited number of
coaching manuals of the
Football Association of Eng-
land can be bought from
Honorary Secretary B.A.F.A,
By accredited represen-
tatives of clubs affiliated to
the B.A.F.A,

We beg to notify our
friends and clients, that our
Office is now situated over
Bata Shoe Store Ltd., Lower
Bread Street.

Telephone No. 4345.
Cc. L. PITT & CO.

REMOVAL |



NOTICE

We beg to remind our cus-
tomers that our ‘Grocery
Department will be closed
half-holiday as usual, on
Thursday 6th April.

Kindly order early and
oblige

S. E. COLE & CO., LTD.
31.3,50.—3n.






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SANDAL, IVORY, ETC.

KASHMERE

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Pr. Wm. Hy, Street




FOR SALE.
REAL ESTATE

DIXON

AND

BLADON |

(JOHN M, BLADON)



DEVELOPMENT LAND—-Enter
prise Road, Approximately 5 acre
of well situated land on coast
with mains water and electricity
No reasonable offer refused. - }

“DIXON & BLADON”’

BUILDING LAND — Maxwell's
Road. One section of “approx-
imately 3 acres and the other
30,000 sq. ft, both wtih public
gervices available, Offers invited

“DIXON & BLADON”

BUILDING LAND—-St. Jaines
Approximately 2 acres with good
sea frontage A particularly de-
sirable location.

“DIXON & BLADON”’

BUILDING LAND—St,

James



Approrimately 14) apres of exc
fent coast property with dong
sandy beach and good bathing |
ae oe
DIXON & BLADON
BUILDING LAND—St. Jame
Many 00d puilding — section |
varying considerably in area. |

and location

“DIXON & BLADON”’

intend to build let us |
some of the most attrac- ,
ites Barbados has to offer.

RENTALS

WHITE SANDS—St

price

If you
show you
live

Lawrence.

HOUSE—Near Yacht Club.
ROSE HILd-—-St. Peter.
CARLTON-~-St. James



COLD SPRING COTTAGE—St.
James. |
HOUSE—Rockley Beach,
FLATS—St. Lawrence.
FLATS—Inch Marlow. |
BUNGALOW —Savunah, |
HOUSE—Pine Hill }

“DIXON & BLADON” |
REAL ESTATE AGENTS, |
Auctioneers & Surveyors



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Phone 4640

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Buy a suit now and avoid

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PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY, MARCH »

a a ees a a ND NN a ee CS A TT TO ONE: nee | 18%

Acquitted Of}
Everton Defeat netted OF pace Sore Mow
Carlton 2-0 - | :

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{ B’DOS AQUATIC CLUB Laeting G
{(} (Local & Visiting Members ose Teeth Monty
” Only)” Pyorrhea, Trench Mt a Foy
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, he iorry |\Â¥ some bad ,
IN a fairly fast game at Kensington yesterday, Ever- i 5 ee ae i} SATURDAY, APRIL ist { later cause your tees il ;
- ‘ i ar i bout 22 f st., —s
ton defeated Carlton by two goals to nil to win their second ae ag as y oie 7 oe Heart ‘Trouble, enetnaation®
match for the season iT a bleeding the free gyneese Stop
: ‘ sl ne : Music by Sydney Niles and } and quickly tighter: “lS Sore mame
Both goals were scored in the ‘ erday Mr.i( Seer }))| clad guarantee Ane the teeth
first half of the game, the first : =. tae \ his Orchestra fh hee mouth weil and 22%, um
W. I T Will was the result of a penalty kick ‘ Admission to Ballroom: 2/- pac a eek, OF return eke
elke eam j which was taken by right-winger ay Bi eel ota Te i} 28.3.50.—4n. } et Amosan trom yp $
‘‘ Blades and the other. a well- bet eee 5 et, ROY | See ae Sl fate ae Am ist today.
G § d timed shot by centre-forward ee Be eee nn ee ae
lve oo Conliffe. ynsisted of broken glass and| . eceamaichiitcadibindiieias aoe For Pyorrhea— ou

piece of ood. This



Everton started off defending

Account the screen goal and for some

time kept the ball in their oppon-

ents’ goal area. The first g try

from 1 was made when centre-forward

bunch oe oiaiateen” many of Conliffe beating the defence, at-
whom are seasoned players,” Mr, tempted to score at short range
Goddard said. Although there but goal-keeper King was in
would be difficulties and disap- position and negatived the effort.
pointments from time to time, he Carlton soon got going and a
promised to do everything to make fine combination by Lucas at in-
them hope and uphold the tradi- side-right, Cozier at centre-for-

bris was|® re S2texe
yver the brake mark of the bus. LINOLEUM
He said that this indicated that ARPETS

the bus cid not move. If the ae? c "
did move the wheel would’ have} Sizes: 9 ft. by i” ft, and 10% ft. by 9 ft,
Also

LINOLEUM IN ROLLS ,

$

¢

4

;

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| passed over the debris and both }
|glass and wood would have been |
All very reasonable in Price,

' crushed. |

Thi



closed the evidence on
ncker address-
Reece replied

|both sides. Mr

jed the jury and



|

ft. wide i



Ir



| His Honour the Chief Justice

tions of West Indian cricket. ward and Greenidge at inside-left, Set icy oe Si i il i Ki
Mr. J. M. Kidney, manager of provided an opportunity for Lucas cnr eaie te? | des the case for'| pea 2 AK hl A . ncorp
the team said that he felt confid- to send in a powerful try which the Defence and that for the}

rosecution

\G & 11 Roebuck Street -
PIE ot oi oP ALGAE Mo SA PO CEECSSBGOGs, aa
“5

ent that the team would give a lifted slightly and went over the
good account of itself. On previ- cross bar.



e Chief Justice told the Jur



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ous. occasions the West Indies Good Tries PAT HOPE clearing the bar at 4 feet 8 inches to win the High Jump for girls over 15 Queen’s Saas 50 ey wena: sated ; sos j
* . - * girls Vv 15°¢ en’s ithe rncech ‘ set c ie rl
teams depended upon individual Everton pressed the game for Coll Sports yesterd ; “— gee | sre a igs gain ous ‘hat , hi :
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the late ene oe had the Carlton's defence on its e Ist, M. Herbert, and. B. Hope, 3rd. |) : * th i
r they nad George Headley. toes. Goal-keeper King too was aH. f , ‘ Ch ; At P, sraniun ee ee Cerepean the see 2 h
This time they had a fine apray ever alert and several good tries e nniss ) amp ist, ©. Gites the 0 Coben. | Coeenanter, they would fin suc
of batsmen who by their per- found him always in position. rd. J. Collymore. pa guilty

formances in the West Indies Everton scored their first goal %o C. lle S * SPRINT 120 ¥DS. (18—15 YRS) If they did not find that high h ds
against the M.C.C the . ueen 8 Oo Ze ports ; ind. N. Rollins, 3rd | legree of negligence, the law an ome

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would make lots of runs. kick which Blades at inside-right : EGG AND SPOON (UNDER 13°YRS.) : \ va .
Excellent Fielding made no mistake in converting, A LARGE gathering of parents and friends saw H. , 8-H pWorkman, 2nd. J. Goodridge, | Zuilty of dangerous driving under | eer /
The bowlers have come in for Another good try, Was made al- Inniss emerge Victrix Ludorum, Senior Champion and ~ SACK (OPEN) ee: on sy U J 1 J |
some criticism but backed up by most immediately after when “1, : oe : x ed. ... 1st. A. Barker, 2nd. L. Blades, 3ra.| /raffie Ac a
some excellent fielding he knew Murray on the left wing centred hu mpion of Red House after wine the 80 yards anc p Blackman | f they reached the conclusic: |
they would give a good account of high for Conliffe to head goal- 120 yards sptint when the Queen’s College Athletic Sport JUNIOR RELAY HOUSES (UNDER | °" all the evidence that he wa
themselves as nothing gives a wards 2 was held at their grounds yesterday. 13 YRS ) suilty of no offence at all, the |
bowler more encouragement than Carlton got moving towards MM Scott of Yellow House withy Ist. P. Hope, 2nd. J. Vaughn & 1 SENIOR RELAY HOUSES (OVER uld of course return a verdict |
to know that he is supported by their opponents’ area again and a 99 points was junior Champion. |Atthur : tg is YRS ) i gh)
good fielding. fine forward pass by Warren at The Champion House was Red eee, tet fine. ‘i a Ist. Yellow and. Red, 2rr i nt the Chief Justic
“The skipper John Goddard, outside right gave Lucas the with 118 points followed by] ist £. Pollard, 2nd. H w pe) we ; LITTLE VISITORS’ RACE varned the Jury not to be swaye
who will be leading the team, Mr. chance to send in another good yojjow Hous ith 103 G. Farde ii eh ee Ist. M. Bowen. i ; ympathy either for the
7 oer s ii hat tip. eel} iidbed oe the Yello ‘ouse wi , , es OLD GIRLS’ RACE (UNDER 20 YRS) | mS, i. Gian cater
Kidney said, has already met with try bu é i as in e Champions for the different eight 4ft ai ins. ist, P. King, Ind. E. Vaugt ised or for the woman whx«
some success when he won the sae instance and went over the ; 0.0 were Blue. Hous ¢ ue ae aa ig Wyte SCRQOLROSS BACH (18—16 YES ) 1ad lost her life. Neither werc |
> j . or é a yh ore ; , oe 3 io. ryan ue tc ge > : c é
rubber both in the ae; neo Ow 2n = Evert ane ai King 22 points, Yellow House, M.}! Ward & M. Scott OLD GIRLS’ RACE (OPEN) : 9 get the idea that the |
the West Indies in 1948 and again len Everton again swept Scott 20, Red House H. Inniss 30} Heteht ft. 2 ins Ist. M. Ramsay, 2nd. J. Crones | iscd must be penalized just

ecause motor vehicle and other











in India in 1948-49.” down the field Murray at outside * ee :
The confidence and support of left got possession of the ball and oe n House, B, Rudder 12

( ¢ ; aaa FSS road accidents were prevalent a

the public would be a great en- passed to Conliffe who received ane + , Qn the present time.
ms of the it and shot clear of King in the Grace Cumberbateh, of Blue}} REPEAT PERFORMANCE Man laughter by negligen
team, he thanked the sporting left corner of the goal. The blast House the past champion, easily as” ’ nt

|; of the type in which there was

couragement. On behalf
a ethic he te ae ee EMPIRE THEATRE Pater neers
had been gerterously extended half-time interval found Everton for girls over 15 from her other | the intention to do harm. What









a two goals up rivals, , - | had be established was the
to them. Cir commie Bilekae' bie on She got off to a quick start and By Request tad to be established ve et the
stsebbeegnninbosicont early free kick in Carlton’s goal held the lead from the beginning ANNA BROMOVA’S SCHOOL OF DANCING ee ce Soe” ae
area but made little use of it. to the end, She however, was ¥ a 8 aan aes
Li \’ . Both teams now pressed the game beaten in the 150 yards when she DISPLAY and RECITAL PORTE OY Soret eeeee UDR eee
Iverpoo S$ but the defence on either side slipped after the gun \ ie oe aes Fin seme A a
proved equal to the task of avert- bs LH Reape ADE 1 PN ep gl nan %
Lea ue Place ing the several dangerous move- No Chance TO NIGHT at 8.30 {t{ Nainled heal on veaitagnne ;
£ rom —_— ' . C. Gittens of Green Hause Ht Box Office opens Thursday, 30th, 9 a.m. il the beat way tor them. to ap-
l nproductive rushed 2 me FFent a. ‘ PRICES: Boxes $2.00, Orchestra $1.20, Balcony $1.00, House 72c. i proach it, was to consider whether
Im roved At onetime the Carlton for- (Cumberbatch) ho chance 0 ___})} | the accused had been so negligent
- wards came down the field in winning when she exerted extra SASS | 15 to disregard human life and ‘
splendid fashion and succeeded in energy at the final stage which) safety. That would be negligence Try these materials when
LONDON, March 29, overcoming Everton’s defence. helped her to breast the tape} amounting to more than civil |
Liverpool’s win away from Lucas sent in a stinger at close firat. action, negligence amounting to a making up your next suit,
home to-day improved their range but goal-keeper O. Reece The wheel barrow race was the crime against the State and mantts

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chances of the League Champion- was all there and saved brilliant- most amusing event of the day

ship as it took them to within two ly, The attack was kept up for a After this race many noses were |
points of Manchester United the short while but was successfully yeg and sore but that did not
present leaders while increasing beaten off. Other efforts by Ever- prevent the girls from giving of}
the discomfiture of their beaten ton were as unproductive but their best in the other trying}
Opponents Manchester City who nearing the end of the game Con- yaceg,

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were leading at half time. The liffe getting the ball with the goal- Tt ‘irls’ race for those!
ha : The Old Girls’ race for those; }
Manchester side are at the bottom keeper only before him. kicked yyger 20 years was won con-| ca $10.36. Plain Serge @ $9.62
} ahie 44 » of the #os e i} . + | RIDAY Mar. 31: 1950
of the table the ball wide of the goal vincingly by Miss P. King and} We Nasae © Sha Ce, Saws and $9.50 per yd.
Liverpool 8 cup final opponent Play ended soon after without the Old Girls' Race open by Miss alysis: 7.15 p.m. Think on these r
Arsenal did not shine at home any further scoring i. Ramsay | 7.30 \. From the third Pro-
w ’ 7 sre beate , ; J l savers was he Rape a a 7.50 a.m. Interlude: 8 a.m,
ville a iat weeten By oo Mr D. W shed ee ab Presentation of cups and prizes | the Editorials: 8 10a m, Pro-
Chel. ‘ a 4 soORWincingty inst referee was by Mrs. J. C. Hammond. Be- | D DANISH ace 1.15 an London
1eisea a 1iome WON agains a eld sannhans sg | eht Concert Orchestra: 9 a.m. Close
Middlesbrough who finished with The teams were: pas yr Pretmnona ‘or ‘oes! Ne Lotte TEA ee dee eee
niiémen. owing to injuries. Even Everton: O. Reece; Hall, Rob- gave Mrs ammond two lovely | News Analysis: 12.15 Pam Programme AVE HEPHERD & () tT)
, ; . ae he ats i ale 2 0 uisteners’ Choige:
the Chelsea supporters cheered on tmson; C. Reece, Culpepper, May- POURS FT bai wie | The debate continues 1-15 9 ,
Middlesbrough as they forced a nard; Olton, Blades, Conliffe, Cox, The Wren EU Sn ET Sl JPPER Radio Newsreel: 1.30 p.m, Sym-
late corner in a bid for victory and Murray : ist L. Maseoll & C. King, 2nd A. | nae, Sfomne Kare aaa wath th 10, 11, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET ;
had all their players in the Chel Carlton: King; Porter, Williams; ayeher ! tw | Sports Review: 2.30 p.m. Phyllis i
sea goal area with the exception Marshall, Clairmonte Hutchinson; SPRINT 00 se (OEe J ool 3 p.m. Rumpelstiltskin: 4 p.m. cseeeneaniaan .
of the goalkeeper who advanced Warren, Lucas, Cozier, Greenidge, , 1g @, Cumberbatih, ind. Mood & SERVED a eS he FA
to the halfway lir Hall SPKINT 86 YDS ged YRS.) a [5p Carroll calis the Tune; 5.15 p.m.
Derby County and Newcastle ist H. Inniss, and C ing, ord @ ogramme Parade: 5.30 p.m. From the -
iad” : Ferrera Forde id Programme: 5.50 p.m. Interlude: | °9CCOS669996969096969990900 9 9 FFU OEG9F IH
shared the honours of a drawn POTATO RACE (UNDER 13 ¥RS.) | in, New Hone tae en 4igy
game while Everton lost at home A Meeting ist M, Thorne, and B. Rudder, | RY SUNDAY NIGHT ole 1k: 7 hit, Wiha awe a te
and are still far from safe as onl t POTATO RACE (OWER 15 YRS). ' Analysis: 7.15 p.m. West ww tock=
three teams are below them in a P : 1 ‘ C. Moe, 2nd P. Blackman, 3rd S | ud 6 pm. Dance Music 3 e can supply from x ks
. a. . + sen Ara ¥ ™ ’ ‘ . 4 KR weel: 8.15 p.m. A talk
- gen Saree one correla Between lerry BORR, Boge (pyoee (ae From 7 to 10 o’clock ‘ assover: 8.30 p.m, BBC PORTLAND CE NT in b d drums
shone in this small first league - t elle, oe | he 9 p.m. The News ME In bags an
a ook programme¢ LONDON. March, 30 HEELBARROW RACE (OVER Thakur tone Peo EME
esults are: / nee 5 twee ‘@ 4 ¥RS ah ey, «Aad ERR RA AR
First Divisior rsenal 1, Aston ae c — fd oar ee { ' He 72 lst. J Chandler. ¢ Knight 2nd r oun im oe 10 p ae” The F OCRETE PID-H DENING Cc M
weuere 0) Sere “m6 6A | O ondon anc Onov > B. Chandler. 3rd. M. Savory, M ‘ 2 of Acting: 16.0 p.m. Music
Villa 8, Chelsea 2, Middiesborough )» “yweight wing, B- Chandler, ard. 1 Masazin 0.45 p.m. World Affairs: 1)
a : Pratesi the French Flyweight pigrir ine Ainaite: ME }
1, Derby County | Neweastle hampion over 16 rounds at elgnt PRINT 60 YDS (11g YRS ) The News: RED & KHAKI COLORCRETE CE

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tone at Harringay gn April 25 , Meh, OPS nd. B ae
may be for the world and Euro- SPRINT 40 YRS (UNDER Ii YRS >
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I r i l .1 v March :il Barbate Quorate af Price; VE CKNTf Year ... TRUMAN "FED UP WITH ATTACKS 5} Driver Acquitted Of Manslaughter Guilty Of Dangerous Driving pHARLKS LASHLBY, 31-year-old chaufliur ,.f (,,,.[ *%  Church m ywtorday aiouilteri ol nmiliighlM bal found uuilly at duimcrous dxiTlDg under (he Motw \, i,„ |, and Road Traffic Ail. as the case occupied the .ittrntion of in,. Courl "( C.rand Sessions lor Ihe Ktond day. *' Lashlcy mi boun Grenada Leg. La. M i„ r >? „,o,, will M .ndcried. Celebrates 25th Anniversary THEY LEAVE TODAY %  . GRENAu.-v. March .(u. ,u* lA'Kisidiurc toil} ceieumj wiin a special slttln| [jwnuuvt D uncl fjjpiUency Riit R U >' Arungrtl in AII opening address touch* several aspects of Itn ilony. li< lauded lh( Hon. T. A. Uarryshow who jBMdflMafcei : ' %  I'< %  ''' IOU and lakgnnd the Hon. Garnet Gor(Bicli' %  Monday. Winding up his lengthy address. 1* md: "I nope the Couiu uwstration will always continue to serve to the best of its ability in S* interest of the people foi om jbtl ua responslblt A Resolution to His Sss moveii by the Hon. John finning, O.M E and was secaided by the Hon Arnold WT1Ikntwn. TV Hon T A Marryshow daInred a :tii iheariv applause md was styled fcy Hon. John Fleming as tha •father of Federation, ai SfWeat Indian Journaii —(By Cable I n Slum Clearance I il*ibW.i AdK.nr C*m*p*a4at) TRINIDAD. March 30. m Acute housing shortage in TrilllmuX tins •wrung when the Government S hao l ish ed 18 shacks, erected on Shanty TowtWrnprovuied *eitlcnent, bordering the sea un thtgsMm outskirts of Port-of-Spaln PiBiaJori era in this village ivut' originally teu%  fore* She up their holdings undei Shim Clearance Scheme. Today a strung Police squad accom" the housing au tl out the Governmental edict. •Maty Town took on i melancholy %  satnac. %  children aii i mi I %  %  ere broken an* i. B> (able. Nine Suffocate In Philadelphia Rli Hot M for the -rown wi %  ma Lashley was dtfende J. E. T. Btar... 'i have little doubt will rantmber tiiLs to ley before he uound h %  judgment on that | nig. Then and I shall no) .. you must produce your Ike** ment. The case which began Wednesday was the sequel to a collision hich Augusta Bourn< Calls Republican Senator Kremlin's Greatest Asset KEY WEST, Florida, March 30. PRESIDENT TRUMAN to day accused some Republican members of the Senate of aiding the Kremlin by attempting to sabotage United States Foreign Policy. He described Senator Joseph McCarthy, who has made allegations of Communist infiltration in tho State Department, of being the greatest asset the Kremlin had. Mr Truman said that he was fed up with attacks on the State Department bv Ponatcrs McCarthy. Styles, Bridges, and Kenneth Wherry. < • quote turn when hi r na j | nc Kremlin has is the paitlsa olajje the bi-partiiai ^'SMJSUM —And the Whole Island of liarbados Will Wish Them A Successful Tour Church, on September : I -he lorry dl Lashley • n page 8 PHILADELPHIA. March 30. Pot male patli %  *hd and 30 othci "treofne l •• Belle-Viita Sanatorium at pogfleld, near v-, %  ; %  JJ? U ti '"" : M. Blum Dies ^ w ^.L Team Will Give Economic Aid To SuddeilK At A Good Accoun ^ of Itseif Backward Areas Country Home SAYS M *' J M K,DNfY Will Help The U.S. %  aresgMgte I PolieTW .'aid. %  Programme (development o: ..id havi unfortunate i it would, updoubta Inttrpratad bj (I free countj %  East ant; putting i. Mr, AcJh %  developmanl n|-Hl area.-. to tl %  %  %  I thfir burden of ] DIES IN TRINIDAD 1-onT: S E;": CE '"'"" lh 1 '"' whl 'CMlm In UM ^y ""l". rejtra.ning ll ^T' i I'll*'I, !" u> n b] Hit hodj ; %  i %  "' %  %  '. | — It'ulcr I i.ei-i Germany Asked To Join Council Of Europe Commr Pooled to invite Western Gen %  J Koci *te memben of the Council ol Europe. I %  %  i 1SM7 I %  %  %  amant M. UIL;: -"i health yesterday and his deal a complete shock to it. a Socialist %  M Ilium %  %  %  n ,ce trembling tlon. Speaker Wouard said. Iron Bli ble loss f< fti %  %  ew him lo' -Rrutet iDDARO, Wit h %  Land this mmn %  Williams, and Roy Mai %  %  ady will be Robert liana's lone selectee, in, Kenn| % %  i Trinidad conUngant Up at Trinidad. Alf Valentiiu. tin* voulhful '•w left arm 5pm bowlag Johnson the Jam-. %  SPORTS WINDOW % %  Noli* D>mr „i pi.ifv I n'HE I -UiNVMi t II a nnsn %  rMSarSas %  rtuiu 'II \> li IUH Ml I %  i, PiUrron —II I I \ 11 *J i Ai.ii IS.I* asvaj %  MIXI It IHM HI! 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Ul Pallium, nt in 24 I livi mem %  %  %  %  i %  . ar • l i Tike a* auught to should ha uva right ., | that Ihe Laboui G %  %  %  irfeat was on an official I be the uil Matcli.s 11 vould giv ai* that tho highest iradiUoni .md prava i # aa Pie s Missouri Cuptain Pleads Guilty %  iH tons PROLONG MELBOURNE STRIKE ... i old trai. pleaded I Philippine Chief Has Stroke President Klpido tjuit. 1 ?hilippinrs. 19 list mght K-liable sources I Manila evening ;epurted '' in the Utvtl ourt Mthe President com [i papero and i riport* >peratinnsofficer In %  i d LirulenanM Bake the 1*5 mile journey fr< < Morris, her form-] ^guio. in northern Luzon, to Manila during a visit by Percy !.- 'iaandar, Auikraiian Mmuu btamal for AfTaln I Devez*? Kails To Form Cabinet %  ljgn_V2"iiiiUUve Commit.. Pan? 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FHIOAV. VI u;< M %  %  WM $ hat Do You Know 4bout Sugar Cane? IJAKBvDOS ADVOCATE MCE THREE [ Caribbean Commission has employed Mr Waller ng tirm of Scott. Farnell and Partners „(.Spau. and ^ndonjo undertake a preliminary products, ninth* n : i i h IL. r l' ur ,'": ,he United States of America, ami w II ii r i reads for submission shortly • The impress.on wh.cl b j"' k af '"' udv o( M until q., •.. I wo ?om' we used to know about HM IN know to-day ind mains to be known." ol nm cane derh his rrpra: Ida studies on !ho manufacture from bagasw. types of insulating and hardboar.l materials, paper, charcoal briquetid furfural; from "f acetone an 1 of refined from filler muds. Superior %  is deflnilch superior ". bre '?• %  '..•of iiisul. anng building board pi project for the inam.i hoards from bagasse In the Canbhcjin in should offer prospects of rf *. the sugar industry, Mi Si There are at present m operation four bagasse insulating board The Celntex plant in i has an output of over two rniuu %  Canec pjsj a] produces i million dailj lia. lias now reached a production ol 180.000 miare factory of Celotex Lid bridge Park, Middlesex, England. %  I annual nutput of thirty luare feet of insulating hoard and twelve million square >'t spoke nf CorportUon of Lockport. Louis.h is manufacturing and successfully marketing plastic pro"i bagasse. Various %  sins and bagasse fillers have been developed and art lor different purposes. One of the principal ad ntaon is 'he manufaiCzechs Renew Credentials Of 3 Journalists PRAtil'E. March 30. JIWW 'he four remaining %  JJL ipondenis in Prague. JTJ, wort In CserhosIovaMs Sme end of June *2L are Gatum Fournier. of Jftench Pre. Robert Bigo. o !&£?. and Dana Schmedl, of .h. *• * %  Tlll "' : . The fourth correspondent. John itikL. "1 'he United %  So, was due to have bil creJSJ7 renewed •..-morrow "Swaay We creehnslovak JSS Minis'..-, refused to reIlVihe documents of NaUian £L_mkv. Correspondent of the •Sated Prras of America, beiSof his alleged unoliieclive rajForeien IBnisto '"-day told ZLr credential" were renewed. SM uxre was no s> stemalic plan JTihe Czechoslovak Gov. f r rid of the Western]ftess. One Flag: Not Two GENEVA. M a The Trusteeship Cguncll today mated a grave precedent in resctiM for the first time in me timer of tlie United Nations Molution it was asked to •••' or tiie General Assembly. fls* issue at stake was whether anot the administration author!*>*.** .cords. STCaongside' *elr £• TTtrosJeWhip %  **.*>* _j record as nui Eecatn ma! the United Nations flan bo town in trust territories THE MOSTIlf PC ACE COVER 'id <\>pVflit B) Christ Church Churchwarden Reports For 1949-50 %  %  tics nnd adneetvea, can also be :'iom bagasse, nnd its' Li will be includtd m •port COBIUMMC /.cetone and butanol are pro** Wrto Kico from molwa-*-utted jointly In the second roll-call vote Bnutralia, New "Wfiiim and France reaffirmed I a*V opposition to the m< MR G %  %  %  %  1 %  % % %  The report reiids — "' n %  lit i u i %  %  13*1 %  Parish iiim.li ..x.l .,„Vn %  xt.pt •Vtmr ieps\ii. Inn n IMTI I., iravo-yard %  %  and China — Kfiil. r "Ao Orchids" Actress Vanishes In Paris PARIS ire)) so Dwei'jv, f 1 the Grana Guuptoi %  Re today, problnsj m mjsiei: %  ... The Actress vain% %  %  a thin costun.f jwd and Wcnids lor Miss Bl Reiving %  tt^uiiknown man the pail < Miss Blandish in Lb violent A %  fr dressing room at tl i n Hei whe turned jwi.when "• metsage. which bft !" |o a theatre attcni a il blond man in a big oveicow. She indicated that the message %  ber moUivr .. Jf "lched a:. %  ,IV houlden - raced from the tb> i theatre oundas. had to api i "• %  %  and tell i imt Boney back Hilt R K | "Wn taken ill B |J ilc checked in •mother Wu well. !" * had not returned —Reyler. %  LI MM nv. at Abnlu%  aami n ot [taconic Acid, obtames, some ot which hold great promise for the manni clear plastics, lacquers, and other prtxv %  I maribtlraj •! i und, and ..is been cxpressed in the ruture i>i sug;n liuon. This. Mr. Scott's %  leott said in .ne ot the of developing the pro* i %  product ;< itead ot the %  ..us io br done. Tx.tMi very f aarch work being dune in the I'micd State Utrto Rico, and look for\ ward to the British West Indian %  ( >arch Scheme soon to be < fo* I" perial College t Tropical Agntiirection ot Dr. ; . flc co-operaliOi i,. It seems to me thai the Caribbean Conuniaawn wou'i>.tinii 91 ivumkTaeareia •Fain in-ir*d tm* >BI a v'.-M oa -mwmimMfit few 1. ooni dovtuiMn %  ! %  ..IV-l St MalUitai. < hureh. 1 ..T mv*mn thi I d %  !'•>•• l^bll FMM. KOVa. i*-i. txutf with Cal%  1 uw araauai %  pMll MjriMrWKh. L-M. nrtkurm --• mr Hi Thu IXIIIU.'IK HI Itul lisr % %  !it*liMMrw' Vlnanwe. %  Keclory. I tttMr tl 1 iqcpiMilitK IB ili-iUt %  %  •final *Uin lur UHW iioil) ha-li1 %  m tin %  givan .iv.-iiin .. latte thu Oin" I..,, .I P %  £50 Asked For 11 iu*rieaiie Kelief W ork 1 pu i 1 In %  Ih-it*. '..1 tho., this o-osMnrt Vestry Makes Appointments Mr 11 s %  Other appointn an Poor Law Glut. 4cKen :M ind %  %  Ef %  : 1 1 It Ml Chinch %  %  HuriKiuw Ki lief H#ttd1 lonunittee, Christ %  !; %  Vl %  %  should be 'i ibutlon % %  %  I %  I 1 %  %  .!> pro. leallni I 0 Hutu .1 1 1 'omrniUee Goddan 1 %  iiinctio enVlenU) %  1 1 liat tin %  I ftf Wlnli H'lpllU, 1 %  %  %  true tha %  •'" '• %  foi ii.im' pnifor the bn-'. rTiean %  last year tellme hm that mor. cculd be IPjlQI '"' ihe people in the loweiwalks 01 lite is bt 1 He Tell that tht be wide > %  •vben pt>upie %  Dial tV %  ary agree! with what he nad SSdti, nut wh?i 'n work i it was too late to aV ai>-thing m the matter. He h 1 r, %  aMaraUea :his year. While tblg whole QUMttcn oi Btm Relief de\ Ived on the OetMnl QoftajraaaofBi HH laetsj the Parochial .n.ihontie; would have a certai I mount of responsibility in mat N Dan. A nuiubor uf St had been appoented :aestion ot Hun tanc H-lu' ; oiscussed with them what the) lhauld do and tell 'In |n-oplc tl .. %  ; %  kal] tad, the %  :. tone ot the mernb i found it iaeoanaaaienl to %  ( uniiinmu ,;;im I % %  .1 ertain awiounl atmtaalal i' iii*' number uf oOnununi taM Sveretanat to the Vestry Clark le to act 1 .is prompt 1 > hatlei 1 He ( that from 1 (II |>I"V nMli, .-!. uartA'isi Committee The peuaga) on he %  tit thai lati | %  public ol the dart].< %  hur( ricane and what u.. the better it would be s til i pa%  C. B. 1 1 arks I ) Professor l). %  %  % %  110', think the Vas(i> wu em%  AI ter It wa-> tinally Igpaj feasor Dai He-ad. |uoi t' and left 1 %  Oommlttae %  Ihe ..ti aUa> %  "No! \ssassinal.-d PRAGl Dootoi %  %  tend* of hia 1 .M-ek think this over TO-DAY there must be =1!' I;.....Need bottle-fed babies be cry-babies ? 17 Casual I -.uallymcamiuin ,h '' Tkawb) milk ,: OUR .. 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