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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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Saturday

April 1
1950.

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STABBER GUILTY —
OF MANSLAUGHTER

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Aduncate
MPIRE ASSEMBLY PROPOSED BY MP.

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FIVE CENTS

Year 35.



Would Discuss

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Paris Protest | Sav
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| Of Memoirs

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(From Our London Correspondent)

LONDON, March 31.

a MARLOWE, Conservative Member of Parlia-
ent, has tabled a motion urging Government to convene

































































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; : an Empire Conference to “investigate what common ground
N ASSIZE JURY afte -fi i ‘deli ion | init . ; ; 4
A Q r forty-five minutes ‘deliberation Of Mussolini's Rescuer exists for acceptance of the idea of cyeating an Empire |
{ f Be me a Alfred Prescod of Christ Church guilty ii PARIS. March 31. Assembly and to consider to what extent Empire countries |
. : ot = me ——- ¢ His Honour the Chief Just Several demonstrators were in- can supply goods at present being imported here from
. ae ur ihe Chief Justice. | | jured and arrests were made whe ; ”
| Sir, Allan Collymore postponed | a crowd of several } } meal — dollar sources”.
V : F e dl sentence, and asked the pol.ce to| Aaa caien caeteen 2 — — — *: Marlowe told me. at:the House
i ’ dor L | Wy 2 . “4 Torces 0 Ee %, c j r ; va
! e€ rien iy make inquiries about the char-| | outside the office of the Conserve. : - = omer hirer aa Sate
| | acter of the deceased, Leonard | tive’ newspaper Figaro in the was a fair amount of support
) i spaper Figaro in the & for this proposal both in the
IscuSSIONS ae ; Champs Elysees late to-day . Consheuniibe Party and in Em-
| | Mosely died at the General Traffic on the broad avenue was A [ t By pire countries ee 3
4 (From Our Own Gorrespondent) pees in Fr early a of | i jammed as police tried to disperse id u His Idea was that the Empire
| st i? der November 1, last year. e had 1e crowd which gathered in front viii oe } “
The ae ae ae eee es | been stabbed in the centre of his ‘of the newspaper office in re- 2 10 000 0 epi le aakene: of
Yard in Bermuda is Stee os forehead on the night before. vonse to an appeal by left wing é o a Western at European countries
SS know for Salad ese “ty ‘0; Evidence was to the effect that rganisations of former resistance i Member should” be appointed
Discussions between the dele-| Mosely. and Prescod had been | | {ghters, deportees and others House Of Representatives |from cach Empire country and
{ gation from the Bermudan House| {@%tne on Lodge Road and The demonstration was called in would be in: constant session to
eee yin eM a actainetes | Mosely was. wounded during the provent siamaaes Figaro’s announce- Approve 3rd Year Plan discuss: matters: of "eornies-Bin-
se : 7 1 ig nent that it intende is TAG “C antes ok inka |
J Officials is still proceeding ana| "Or: on for the defence we the memoirs of Otto Skorzeny, the | ‘The Me LNGTON, March 31. | pire interest.
are expected to continue until) y,, "> # E Wacd. onal “he E. V. YEARWOOD (Class 2) of Coleridge School demonstrating the “Western Roll” to win the | commander of the German para- | The United States House of} He proposed one of the first ”
the middle of next week. srogecuting Gdurivel . — the High Jump event at five feet, one and three quarter inches at the Barbados Inter-School Sports | troopers who rescued Mussolini Sriated! $3,108 450000 for tha thins protiems.ce! be. tackled, by. the
2 aihe . s . c _ us ate 3,102,450, P » “dik 2 “m vas . aS—
oe a oe _, ve Solicitor General Mr. W. W which was held at Kensington Oval yesterday. after the overthrow of Fascism year of Marshall Aid plus Ameri- reins hates ee ~ bie ae (
0 rn home abou ed-| ; ~ / : : A i eS Bas nen i a a rn . and Italy’s surrender to the Allies eee aa m€ : tion of inter-Iy e trade a
n Reece K.C. - ’ nder to the Allies. toan “Point Four” Aid t i re ar ec
nesda Thursday and ; . The 5 has eee Bn . 4 to under-| view to dollar economy.
Admiralty Guuieton. is, Kineotad to) Hearing’ of the cam m@arted bn i P ° , f g > 45 . ia oe Mar malt ont vere dis- | developed world areas The Assembly should also con-
‘ t s Ss ex Riss inet aie ' , sed after half an holir’s con- hn i ‘ undia , yf woly ) sc
{ be published some time after| P2ursday y our oints oviets xX oti 1 fused struggle. Unlike other Paris | «. The President had asked for} sider way modifying Imperial
their departure. A Resident demonstrations this one did not | 9°°372;450,000 but the House trim-} Preference agreements and elim-
Mr. Nicholas Dill, leader of the As hearing resumed yesterday Ti appear to be organised. The. de- (ae it by $270,000,000 before fins inating tariffs.—(By Cable).
ees ea me this afternoon cone een, — _ the wee Oo & Ave ar | * ® monstrators neither carried ban- a ae aan by le io 86 ma ee
tee ns lie Late Road, and told esources n 1 lan ners nor chanted slogans, apart }*°'C#n “conomic “Assistance Bil
: dockyard would not be closed} °f Lodge Road, and told the | from shouting “gestapo” and sim- | °! 1950 )
+ LISBON, March 31 I
| “We have had very friendly dis- cones that on October pa 1949,}. dove to stop toned’ the TN 1 P ilar insults at the police The «approval by the Lower
cussions,” he said. ne was at his home a little way a Sane Re one , , re —Reuter. House, which alone may appro- e
“The Admiralty have been per-| from the road’ He had heard ge tm es ee Pt Acheson ells 88 | : {priate money, came after a week | igyplians
~ ¢ 4 © 3 - . Tt -
fectly frank about the whole busi- ae eaiitipe ation, and he| a, American Chief of Naval WASHINGTON, March 31. ie oe San e ing which an | ad
> ave is sce avery ven 0 P window . TL? ‘ ~ a " Ss rebvelllor ) ( ‘Yessmen { yA , are «
meee, discussed every Shanes "Thineiinr in the road,} Operations, at a Press Confer-| United States Secretary of State Dean Acheson accused | 6» gre ° 9\led by J hin aa me TRO, 7 ee
ase. Sé y ad,| - ei | acat : : . ~ pe Ay, ogarty (vemocrat) J. Dre i V.. Cernik, se :
| Where is still room for hope.” | and Cleveland Jones going to- Sp iki de: Meal | the Soviet Union to-day of SSUES the detachment ol Miss Blandish got 99 votes to 86 in Committee to | exiled former ¢ cachaeiliaaniaa Davis {
4) Mr, Dill and his colleagues ara) wards his mother’s home He| Aflantic Pact’ Countries -wae| inkiang Province from China “on a grand scale”. : Withhold aid from Britain so long | Cup Plavers, jeGe- Dien
p asking the Admiralty that if/came out and saw Mosely lying] seq whether he thought there| Acheson was referring at his weekly Press Conference 4 ets A Warnin as Ireland remains divided. This | cranvyea ptian nationality, it
94h any r i > ros > ie revive P | . Pe . é -nig efeate 296 votes : ¥
Fock eS ere. een ee | Mosely whe ads tat in whe fore. | Would be another war within the| to radio announcements from Moscow and Peking of a & | 28 10 night defeated by 226 votes | was officially announced here to-
i “reduced buat ny my ‘eves ae py but did ane minneed’ He next five JOBE: ws colic a | Sino-Soviet agreement on Singkiang. ; PARIS, March 81 | Also defeated was a provision ri toy: Menke Casio aller
‘ tirely. —(By Cable). waited until the Police came : oricall) 7 he cull “But He described the terms of the Liliane rnoult the young} Which would have cut the cash | king: in the Egyptian ten-
l; i f aay the best ae to eal Cereeperts On Sinkiang S ©:]) Prench Actress who took over the | total of the third year of Aid, and Int ynships ;
\ if After Theatre os Geiceas ineavey| resources as an impairment of the | ‘ole of “Miss Blandish” after the|Mave substituted an equivalent Drobney. and Cernik: will’ play
i Garvey Lays Wilfred Yarde, also of Lodge| War 18 to ais age 8 aacs, Sovereignty of China. jisappearance a twentvetes value neri¢an surplus farm Aer Wo ‘ lours in M ‘0
' ’ ' rays to do this, he said were: | Ach —_— a sappearanc c t ty-two ee }under Egyptian colours in Monaco,
Road said he had gone to the| The ways to do this, cheson recalled how several) joar-old Nicolé Riche. has been] Product: bt : thew are
t > | ’ . States must ‘ oe /C% ti ic che las been | PFO Rome an Pai until they are
t ; Plaza with Darnley Phillips (1) The United S a4 weeks ago he had emphasised} Warned she will “suffer the samé¢ The appropriation measure, |), to represent Egypt in. the
; The Corner Stone Reelep harinentresthey walked up| keep a breathy patina) WINDOW Soviet moves against China border] fate uniess she withtr ie Same | which includes only $25,000,000 for , ide ee ae a alae tie.
Ber Lodge Road. They met Prescod, | pcan “an es wah onn| provinces as “one of the most sig- M. Sacha Terribe Eride, who} the start of a “Point Four” pro- | Mohammed Bey Su!tan, an Egyp- |
m0 METHODIST CHURCH } the accused coming towards VEY SCRE i BE nificant developments in Asia to-| plays the part of the inspector | sfamme instead of $45,000,000, the |4ian tennis federation official told
Barbad roct ‘ort’ ‘ | Water Street. Prescod asked material — which enabled | vert aid ciimedoe ‘ day.” in the Fre hats x in a "the | President stated, must now go to | Resertele yi a ‘ :
EI] IZE, Bt Honduras, March 31 them if the last bus had come up| /, Tm “unite routes, cena afternoon. at Kenaington ins Acheson said: “When the text} american gangster play “tf. | the Senate for approval and then |” 5a ho —Reuter, |
‘as, é . a ates st} -" H 7 : a ri in coat - \, - , a . > ; ‘
Governos Ronald Garvey, in a| yet. They said no and the three| (2) The United States must)} Pins Division Fixture, of the Sino-Soviet agreements] Orchids for Miss Blandish”, said | © the President for a signature. |
“ft s ; Pil Aces of them walked up the road. As maintain here military} Both Everton and Empire have concluded in Moscow were an-)coveral warnings to this ‘effect | —Reuter |
"eolourful cremony this evening, me 4 ee sac | strength. won their two fixtures already nounced, I pointed out that the/; veers warnings 1 : i a a ee } rye re
the comer stone to the new| they reached near Estwick’s shop e Bh hea at. this season and it will be inter- : . : had been passed to him on th: te Tite tctory 3
‘ e : a they saw a man He left the| (8) “In the United States—and esting to see which, of these important thing was not the pro-! telephone. Mme. Liliane Er it’s | ‘ -
mecist Qurch which ee ae thet a ) there and went home I think this holds good for) teams will be the" first to drop vision in them but the results | eo ogy fas 5 a ae . 9 \ *
old onevhat was destroyed in| 0'e o there and. we! ; ans “> . We any points in the Senior Compe- hi . . nother receivec vO similar ; of ‘ok fe
1931 hurricane Leon Perch told the Court that any. other ee he Set. tithon . oe which would follow. | warnings, ald she appealed to | ers BlowT omimyjorm
Reet TAD RDM a) oe on October. 31, 1949 about 11.30,1 Trust "be: united! with a pant TABLE TENNIS The recent announcement in the| ;.¢). daughter not to appear °
sPrincess Auice, Countess ol He. was ‘epmine we “Lode, Read imum of internal dissen-| “BOYS” COMPETITION AT Soviet Press of the setting up of} 4 lie Te oy “7 d § BELGRADE, March 31,
hione, wa scheduled to lay the enlkiag ‘hie oloyale; Heo anet sion.” There Wi he bys’ Com. || Joint companies to exploit the oil wi co psig 9 Be eae raers Viadimir Debijer, Yugoslav
er stong if her proposed visity oe a iG Phillips, Cleveland Jones| (4) “We must have among]! petition in t#ble tennis at the || and mineral resources of Sinkiang| !¢t,the management down”. ceeded ,, | Director of Information, told a
British fionduras last month} *¢ynold El Pov ibe saggry er ip Atlantic treaty nations Y.M.C.A, tonight starting at |] Province gives further point to|. Several police inspectors were | PARIS, March 31. | press conference here to-day that
not ben cancelled due to} and ee They er ew complete mutual co-oper- 9 F derecho what I said. in og Grand Guigno! Theatre lay* Six leading Paris morning | the Government’s victory in Sun-
est here—(By Cable) oer rier | ation, confidence, respect Gill's ‘Memorial vs James $ “We now see tht apparent re-| ™8ht while she was being kid~| papers to-clay accused French|qay’s General Elections was “one
L sal eee eats t lates dial é ; , s r 3 St Ls s gangsters | jet) 5 . ” ;
4 and assistance. vam vs Cathedral sumption on a grand scale of the ae on 8 eee be man | Iusties, of tating to protect = of the erenteat ews een
t “ , - armeé . j dy I ri 9. tyaleic he stage—her rs e ~{dren from cruel parents follow- r had suffered since they be-
. rahe Admiral Sherman continued “if Modern vs Giive. i process of detachment of Sinkiang| “ L cr form had ; ;
5 ; | Secret Cache Ss these four points can be achieved} "Dre OLok hivectoe eee Province, a process begun years! 2MCe. : : ‘. ing the finding of a six-year. | gan their campaign against Mar-
‘e Justice Malone | + ; there will be no war, as it will TEAMS DATE TIME ago, and interrupted only briefly! . tf olice were continuing their | old boy on the brink of the Seine | shal Tito.
| k ound In Italy He discouraging to attack any mnorttess vs ¥.M.C.A, 1 April during the most desperate period] inquiries in the disappearance of| with “orders to drown himseif.”! The people had fully endorsed
Retires 7 of us” eet Th Gaeiton April of the last war.” Mile. Riche, ™ whe vanished } Louis Simon, small son of 4/that policy of “cooperating with
} ROME, March 3 HS _| Asked whether he thought the Mon rd at 6 p.m. “The device being employed is ee a fur : ee over aeee lrailway platelayer, was to-day | all who respected Y ugoslavia s -
PBarbades Atvocate Correspondent) | Police announced to-day ‘that|pjan could be put into effect, he tu ae oe 1} April |) that of the joint stock company, kane t oe ag aa W| being looked after by the Public} dependence and os her : ne~
GRENADA, March, 31. |secret arms caches unearthed in replied “I certainly do”. | Hcokte. am Abtose Skarines now familiar as an instrument of} 2"¢ Are oO e pia} eee a Assistance Board of Corbeil, south | coming either a repu lic, a colony
| © Sir Clement Malone Chief ithe pas’ month throughout Italy) —Reuter. || April Tues, 4th. at 7.30 p.m Soviet economic penetration and A Scange. hy: BN eedeiog Sent | ot Paris. Attracted by passers-by} or a remote Tsarist Regime. c
} tice of the Windwards and |contained: ' ng ¥M.C.A, 1 April control in Manchuria and eastern} % Note to the dressing room of! crying on the river bank yesiev-| He said that Moscow's yee
| Geowards todjy retired at the age| One field gun, four grenade Fortress on ads April Wed Europe. the first “Miss Blandish vont | Gays he said: “Mother told me to} ganda on the elections yee
65 after % years of the legal|/throwers, 25 machine guns, 36 Plane Runs Out Sth. at 5 p.m : “The peoples of Asia will be in-| “1 want to see you urgently about! throw myscif into the water’ not at Yugoslavia. but at the
fession ang almost seven at nts| tommy guns, 147 automatic riftes, Aneedral: Ve YMCA. | 2 terested to note that under the| Your mother.” Earlier she ma] He said he wanted a boat to} masses in (he east and in the west.
‘ é a Ss “ Thad ¢ , 5 received ¢ 2 ‘eatening . s ig anal
sent office when he was fare~|710 rifles and shotguns, 389 re- O F l: Makes YMG, Tah xe Apris |] terms of the agreement, as an- received three ee letters] take him to the middle of the Reuter,
lied by ma@nbers of the bar at! volvers and pistols, 421 mortar uel April Thurs. 6th. at 6 p.m. nounced, one ‘ali of the mineral| telling her to give up the part of river, where he would jump in.
special siting of the Supreme | shells, 2,658 hand gremades, 625 . ye mt te ye Waldorf April and petroleum production accom~ “Miss Blandish ecause it WAS yj act October, the papers said no MURDER CASE MONDAY
urt this morning. shells, 197 bayonets, 1,701 detona- Forced Landing Gariton vs Barna April's Thuts plished will go to the Soviet Union, | “immoral Raute | police action was taken against The only murder case on the
Seated “on the bench too wat ; tors, 175,169 rounds of small arms 6th. at 8 p.m. leaving only one half for the use —RAWeT, | his parents when Louis’ nose was March Assize Calendar starts on
; tice Williams Talmer. Others}ammunition, about 12,000 pounds BAGHDAD, March 31, igus vs Abbey | Mnirines |] of impoverished China. vinnin |fractured. His mother said it’ Monday at 10 a.m.
} sent were ~ Justice Harold! of explosives, two knuckle-dust-| A Viking of Misr (Egyptian) actan 2 ~ cee a ; “Evidently Soviet economic aid \ woe cansediin Metall sadkeaine acetiohald Fioidée tk the accused:
tones and Hon’bie Garnet!ers, five radio transmitters, and/Air Lines, overdue on a ee Sat. 8th. at 6.30 p.m is not cheaply bought, ne 66 erious | =a SSS
‘ Sy 70 signal rockets. from Cairo to Teheran, made a Shamrock vs Y.M.P.Q. April as we see in this case, th the |
i rdon of St. Lucia 170 signal roc © |

Sat, Sth at 8.30 p.m,
YÂ¥.M.C.A. 2 vs Fortress April
Sat, 8th at 7.30 p.m.

Waldrot vs Bracklyn April Sat.
8th at 8,00 p.m.
SAVANNAH CLUB TENNIS
Yesterday's Results

—Reuter. |forced landing near Lake Van, 60
miles inside Turkey from the
Iraqi frontier. It ran out of fuel.

This news was given here to-

day by the manager of the air-

‘ impairment of sovereign’y and
—By Cable. } r reigns
By On relinquishment of 50% of current

production.”’ —Reuter.

-Doubloons, Ducats, Gems



Situation” —







i ASMARA, March 31. |
lines agency after Royal Air Force LADIES’ SINGLES FINAL m ates a |
“pe G ‘Tle ) ican saan had scoured the aun a Wood beat Mra. A. A. Trinidad The oe — Gacneelaee
J : cai zibbons 6—1; 6—2, b c . “1 alian colony |
In Sunken a -OTl area of the, Wadi Khanazier— MEN'S SINGLES oe ph Se on ys —
“valley of pigs’ in western Iraq, Dr, C. G, Manning beat H. L. of E F



Toppin 6—-2; 6—-2 citizens from villages where there

leading |
where the plane was earlier fear- |

Defeats

£30m Treasure Found By Royal Na
















: MIXED DOUBLES have been disturbances.
ed to have crashed. Me. & E Bee } |
Latest reports said Turkish au- Mrs. ‘C. S. Lee and ‘An Ma Witeen : A notice in the Se ee
ON. Mat 31 iti had supplied the plane 4—6, 6—2, 6—2, B G. 3 I anguage newspaper by J, Drew,
LONDON, Cae <~ secriggen and wes continuing TO-DAY'S FIXTURES ® ® os Chief administrator announced
Britain was thrilled to-day by the news thé Royal the flight to Teheran. It was said Cc. B, pisatl & Or Pecher als the ten would be banished im-
Navy divers had discovered a sunken Spanish ‘ASULE)t4 carry a crew of five but no Dr. C. G. Manning and BP. Tay. (atpecion Nate Sree a) mediately to the towwnship ct
a ' : or. . ’ ’ . sseni the rder .
salleon repirted to hold a fabulous hoard — d i\OONS,| passengers as reported ee Sites Renttad-teies Trinidad won the fAfth and|Tessenii on the Sudan bord r

iP 8 : P igh sold plate and gems worth —Reuter. Mrs. J. Connell & Mrs. F. D. final test in the Intercolonial It warned that collective fines

lf ducats, pies of eight, gold plate, ” Barnes vs. Mrs, R. §. Bancroft & would be imposed on villages

li £ 30,000,000 aoe, Aj Mist ®. Woes. Sees nt the Oe. Grouae toany where particularly grave cases of

f ere rey r livers are diggi the beating B.G. 3-1. : renee : ;
“ : rs are digging th oe er ee as
i Ro oe es " Bal voy of 16 teet of mud and} Seretse Welcomed | B.G., scored first two minutes Sarmeus OE SNe

i Women Invade sand under Tobermory, Bay, ae | Bri in . ee 9 - Maced a wetaieeeien with, the sitaminies
[} | nereer op peer. the In Gaberones j tain Denies con vend vatades of the penalt to prevent delay in the capture

i ee act.” the belle “ r of criminals.

: h h jvessel to check the belief that GABERONES, March, %31. Y . : spot. c ea See
i Cc are ltreasure—sought for generations Seretse Khama, the young ban- Soviet Charges On resumption Trinidad carried] _ The Italian : Representative
| C March 31 i : er ‘ato Chief, arrived |the attack and netted three Committee hore last night ommed |

dae mee ned Damage ing his at LONDON, March 31 ying sr lett] Signor Alcice De *Gasperi, the
j Jeep-borne plice reinforce-| The divers’ report that her| here at noon to-day ending his ai ee 3 , Doughlin playing at inner let Ttali Prime Minister, - telling
ere seni to-day to the|timpbers of African oak are stil) ht London back to Bechu Britain to-day denied Russian | <.ored first. alian ime 1 ster, ‘Hing
. ite mountain vilage of Cardeto, a grid a. The treasure is said re )|charges that the western powers Five minutes later he ageinj im there was a “serious oe
gn the wild regon of ae to have been under the captain’s| “pis plane passed near Mahelie’ than oe ane arming an Aus- scored and Lewis geared the ae Tenises ae, cae — Be ae .
Italy, to clear 200 = embattled cabin. 95 miles to the north where hig rmy. A Foreign Office /15 minutes later playing at cenir¢ wie ip pala we a
women from the jocal Church. —Reuter. | nite wife Ruth, who is expect- a kee — eo} forward. mane of Eritrea before Septem
‘I Carrying red fhgs, the ins ing a baby in July, is living. Army newspaper Red Star, said| The teams were; — The Committee also issued a
j invaded the Chirch yesterday, Seretse is to be driven “by car iase wad. tie ciel gendarme in| Trinidad: Gonsalves, Parsonj

threw out the pritsts who argued the last part of his journey—iVe communique to the Italian com-





























: F | 1 j : : cae tx the western zone of Austria—as|Garcia, Charleau, Joseph, Winh,| | ists here asking them to
with a end peat off ~" Fire Breaks Out In 50 miles to Lone ee gh was allowed in all occupation |Carr, Hinds, Lewis, Doughlin and cam calni the aes of their
three local police. ; Bechuanaland ut outside a Griff”. ene a . , :
, ne of | Be. S. : ‘ that Wed-
i The rest of the pene’ I Belvedere Palace Bamangwato reserve. As Serets®}"" 6" further denied Soviet| B.G.: Prescod, A._Williamson, oaan Se nies Nations 2 an OD OD OD. On Oe OO ED OE
i three thousand Pasants, selggpeny. stepped out of the plane, a great charges that the Austrian Treaty Small, Wiltshire, Goraon, Brath- Connie ——
: for their own lang stood by and) VIENNA, March 31. , roar of welcome went up from the | was being delayed by the west to| waite, Steele, Harris, Caetava,|~ f eater #,
? watched. — 7. tthe cam-| Fire broke out in the early| crowd of tribesmen awaiting hiS)yuilq up an Austrian army. Whaines and Delcusn. 3d COM
f The so was Bart S ws Sats | hours of this morning in the east] arrival.—Reuter. —Reuter. —By Cable. ere ees a
paign by thousals of prasen.| wing of the famous Belvedere| | oman a
f in western italy Suen ere Salnce ini Wikuine Gi li =* Doctor | y U.K.-Brazil Trade o teelate TOF MARK REG,
ment measures for he splitting up This historical “Golden Cham. iMitian oc i W. Ge 5 Saar C * o_¢ °
of big estates and he distribution |... oy""Brinee Eugen, wher | : rmany, am | Agreement Ends delicious and refreshing
of land amongst he —— | many~ important intimate meet. | Arrested | ‘ , il
‘ y ere. Hers in Sears of ae qe oO hi ro RIO DE JANEIRO, March 31. | .
PaO Sec fit aug | PALERMO, March 31. | Join Counci li u ype The 1949 Anglo-Brazilian Trade Bottled Under Authority of
i 4 li paintings ang ie! ae a Agreement expires at mid-night
Ch b Si | Police to-day claimed STRASBOURG, March 31 The Committe of Ministers|to-night and for tl xt fe
i 5 = ere des-| rested the “medical STRA: JRG, March 31, » Committee of I “TS | to-n and fo ve nex Ww a
Prince ar s egns fer — a : a final text of the invitations decided to set up a joint Stand- veeks at least there ill be no | THE COCA-COLA COMPANY
Military Aid Agreement ; ‘he Western Germany and the Saar ing Committee with the Consult-| agreement between the two coum‘
RRISSE : ’ “RE ito the Council of Europe was ative Assembly. The Committee | tric ‘
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Pica poe. = quid a Ces aoe : ; ;tee of Ministers when it met here presenting the Committee of Min-| ment is signed there will be no|
1 ‘ on ne ta . 3 {this morning under the chair- iste-s and 7 representatives ap-| appreciable difference in Anglo- (2
U cel rie . 7 t + oF jmanship of French Foreign. Min-. pointed by the Standing Commit- Brazilian trade relations, the Em- BARBADOS BOTTLING CO. LTD.
oerirer ‘ sa0H tures jr aa ee pi: P ~ tister Robert Schuman tee of the Consultative Assembly. | bas 3p ‘Reuter
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1950.

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STABBER GUILTY
DF MANSLAUGHTER

Sentence Postponed






A yesterday, found Alfred Preseod of Christ Church h guilty
_ of manslaughter,

* His Honour the Chief Justice
| Sir, Allan Collymore postponed
; sentence, and asked the police to

Nery F riendly

| make inquiries about the char-
| acter of the deceased, Leonard
Discussions“,
| Mosely died at the General
| Hospital in the early morning of
(From Our Own Correspondent) | Nove : rear
November 1, last year. He had
LONDON, March 31. been stabbed in the centre of his

The future of the naval. dock- | Sheehoad: on,



’ the night before.
aioe non a uniikely tc Evidence was to the effect that
) Discussions atwunn the dele- Pr say and. Prescod had. heme
ation from the Bermudan House fightng on Lodge Road and
Assembly and Admiralty | aan was wounded during the
ain: is stil , yf MEE ao i
he expected ra Oeeeaae meal Council for the defence was
middie of next week. |Mr. D. H. L. Ward, while we
rmudan del S prosecuting Counsel was the
to = 3 eee oer Solicitor General, Mr. W. W.
m@sday or Thursday and the Reece KC. hil il
Admiraity decision is expected to Hearing of the case started on
published some time after] To¥'sday. > nel
departure. A Resident






. Nicholas Dill, leader of the| _ 4S hearing resumed yesterday




































- £30m Tieasure Found By Roy! Navy

Rarbados

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EMPIRE ASSEMBLY PROPOSED BY MP.

Would Discuss Dollar

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E. V. YEARWOOD (Class 2) of Coleridge School demonstrating the “Western Roll”

to win the
High Jump event at five feet, one and three quarter inches at the Barbados Inter-School Sports
which was held at mensinaton Oval yesterday.

Fo Soviets Exploiting Oil

Four Points













Defeats



ation told me this afternoon| Felton Legali took the witness To Avert ctonel
was still hopeful that the| Stand. He said he is a resident esourees n lan
ig ard would not be closed} °f Lodge Road, and told the LISBON. March 31.
4 have had very friendly .| Court that on October 31, 1949, "
; y friendly dis Ways t t —f h
_ Cussions,” he said. he was at his home a little way sila viateblak- hag ine Acheson Tells Press
“The Admiralty have been per-| from the road’ He had heard lined by Admiral Facsnat Shee. |
). feetly frank about the whole busi- _—w Rnistipe abut, and’ he American Chief of Naval WASHINGTON, March 31.
; me, vo have discussed every wan oe ore tis. ida tions, at a Press Confer-| United States Secretary of State Dean Acheson accused
* case, sé 3 é nae . 7 ; . ° . :
, ere is still room for hope.”\ and Cleveland Jones going to- | Page Rete, to-day i | the Soviet Union to-day of resuming the detachment of
B . Dill and his colleagues ara| wards his mother’s home. He Abentic Pact’ Cc SantPtas, wie Sinkiang Province from China “on a grand seale
asking the Admiralty that ifjcame out and saw Mosely lying] ageeq whether he thought there | Acheson was referring at his weekly Press Conference
stonomy cuts “have to be made) ‘in the road. He tried to revive! Would be another war within the| to radio announcements from Moscow and Peking of a
dockyard operations should be| Mosely who had a stab in vhe fore net five years Si a ;
, ; ‘ bay 5 years. Sino-Soviet agreement on Singkiang.
luced but not shut down en-| head, but did not succeed, He it nneishiek a neat hab Guestion
ly, —(By Cable). | waited until the Police came Poteet tar cane: hans | He described the terms of the
. , meetenlty, bal” said, “But I agreements on Sinkiang’s 0)!
After Theatre one: i » a Pay: RY, 0 oie} resources as an impairment of the
Garvey L Wilfred Yarde, also of Lodge| War 18 to discourage attack. Sovereignty of China.
Road said he had gone to the *, Mi Ag ee a cont Acheson recalled how several
, Plaza with Darnley Phillips. ‘ Fc. eee) Sa weeks ago he had emphasised
The Corner Stone Atter:the theatre they walked: up keep a healthy national| WI Soviet moves against China border
as Lodge Road. They met Prescod, economy to keep “an the| W provinces as “one of the most sig-
0 METHODIST CHURCH | the accused coming towards a error ae ee votinnias a developments in Asia to-
Water Street. Prescod asked ee rere. ayer ced Huahine a ay.”
{ Pi . , , ror rare Qverton and Err : Ta
Beh Nar tnce Mees. | them if the last bus had come up 9 a} haf ares roo a raoon at Kensington in Acheson said : ;when the text
Governor Ronald Garv in vet. They said no and the three} <2) @ United: States ee Fire’ Division Fixture. of the Sino-Soviet agreements
colourful ce thi aie yf them walked up the road, As aaln here, military | ne Everton and Empire haye concluded in Moscow were an-
colo ctremon lis evenin c = ake ; Rbed-sieshs epheie . won their two fixtures li
laid the ‘3 . . val they reached near Estwick’s shop strength. aa : this season and it will top aie nounced, I pointed out that the
ai cotner stone to the ne 3 In the United States—and zat ,
: : they saw a man. He left the| 8) “In the United Sta = esting to see which, of these important thing was not the pro-
) Methodist Church which replaces de hoe ‘ I think this holds good for}] teams will be the" first to drop vision in them but the results
P the old one vhat was destroyed in a ath te nd » fees any. other country. Wel ang. polats in the Senjor Compe- which would follow. Si
l eon Perch. tolc 1e © ; : : i : :
the gic, patsersmar at 1949 about 11.30.) 0 Tust*be united with a nut TABLE TENNIS The recent announcement in the
COS ot was coeaine we Lodee Rend imum of internal dissen- “BOYS” COMPETITION AT Soviet Press of the setting up of |
Ary eewecuied to lay the walking his bic ycle He met sion.” There will os Bogs’ Com+ joint companies to exploit the oil
‘ope to a ras sth | Reynold Phillips, Cleveland Jones} (4) “We = must have —among}| petition in table. tennis at the and mineral resources of Sinkiang
o onduras last mon 7 Bo al Atlantic treaty nations Y.M.C.A. tonight starting at Provinee gives further point to
i Mosely. They were standing : , 9 Pp
had not been cancelled due to, &"¢ : complete mutual co-oper> ‘ orcledie, what I said.
ge Fixtures sre:—
unrest here.--(By Cabie) oo bea er mY: ation, confidence, respect | Gill's Memorial ve James St “We now see the apparent re-
and assistance. avae vs Cathedral °"* : sumption on a grand scale of the
mg She . . j . | m vs ‘@
Secret Caches | gacrirs Siti tan'be achieved|| Maen, velHarriany Colege, || Process Of detachment of Sinkiang
Justice Malone 1 d I Ital there will be no war, as it will TEAMS DATE. TIME ago, and interrupted only briefly
I oun n ita iy We Giscourasing to attack any | en ee a ine Re PL during the most desperate period
Retires : ; | of us Everion Il ve. Carlton. April of the last war.”
, ROME, March 31, | Asked whether he thought the Mon &rd_at 6 p.m, “The device being employed is
(Barbados A@ocate Correspondent) | Police announced to-day ‘hat | plan could be put into effect, he Tune ee Bi, -serpe 1 April |) that of the joint stock company,
GRENADA, March, 3}. ‘secret arms caches unearthed ” feplied “I certainly do”. Brooklyn vs Abbey Marines now familiar as an instrument of
Sir Clement Malone Chief!the pas’ month throughout Italy —Reuter. || April Tues. 4th. at 7.30 p.m Soviet economic penetration and
Justice of the Windwards an4|contained: ; wa rue tate be 1 April ae in Manchuria and eastern
> od at the age| One fie gun, four grenage Fort Wi urope.
Loemmems toGy retired at , throwers, 25 machine guns, 36 | Sth, at 8 Ye a “The peoples of Asia will be in-
{ 65 after 3 years of the legal , ne nhuns pom. people 1 be in
° ti mmy guns, 147 automatic rifles, Cathedral vs Y.M.C.A. terested to note that under tt
professio and almost seven at nis | tommy guns, 389 Yr ; April Wed. 5th at 6 p.m ae Bee tenant
vrwpent oiceyw ten he was farce) 710 rifles ahd shotguns, 389 Te] Qe Fyede Makes || Cue. Tawtii, age || terme of the agreement as an-|
» > rolvers é MStOIS, fe = 1 uns. 6th. at 6 p.m ’ alf o e minera
welled by menbers of the bar at) vo vere. Roe yyremades, 624 Y.M.P.C, | vs | Waldort il d 1
sittin. {f the Supreme | shells, 2,658 hand gremac S, ‘ . ys aldorf Apr and petroleum production aecom-~
theme ke ‘ on the bench too was/|tors, 175,169 rounds of small arms 6th. at 8 p.m. leaving only one half for the use
Sea OTL Taimer, Others}ammunition, about 12,000 pounds BAGHDAD, March 31, Everton. 2 vs Abt Mabinés of impoverished China.
a a susti id}of explosives, two knuckle-dust-]| A Viking of Misr (Egyptian) Agei creme. Obs Be 8.99.1. i “Evidently Soviet economic aid
esent wert Justice Harolc x] , SS high _Everton 1 ve Cathedral April : : : 4
pi nd: Hon'ble Garnet|}ers, five radio transmitters, and)/Air Lines, overdue on a_ flight Sat, 8th. at 6.30 p.m is not cheaply bought, requiring,
Hughes f St. Luci 70 signal rockets. fyom Cairo to Teheran, made a Shamrock vs Y.M.P.O. April || aS we see in this case, both the
Gone ° a By Cable. —Reuter. |forced landing near Lake Van, 60 Sat, a Nags hg, pve impairment of sovereigniy and
Traqi frontier, It ran ome of ane aur eon, vs Brooklyn April Sat. production.” —Reuter.
: This news was given here to- BAVANNAA CLUB
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Doubloons, Ducats, e 8 day by the manager of the air- Yesterday's Results
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. G l leon and Iraqi planes had scoured the || ,,Mâ„¢. D; Wood heat Mrs. A. A. Trinidad
In un ren a F area of the, Wadi Khanazier— MEN'S SINGLES
“valley of pigs in omer phe att c. q Manning beat H. L.
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Britain was thrilled to-day by the news “thi Royal = fight to Teheran. It was said oe simatt & OTe Pesker a
Navy divert had discovered a sunken Spanish ‘ASULEltG carry a crew of five but no Dr. C. G. Manning and E. P, Tay- (parePOROETO N Moreh 31.
yalleon repirted to hold a fabulous hoard — d¢ ©100NS,}passengers as reported waiies. , j : Sion, Dombtes' Palas Triniaeh "Gan he aad
Gucste, piges of eight, gold plate, and gems worth mets ws Se % al foal test in the Intercolonial
ae Miss D. Wood. f @s at the G.F.C. ground today
£30,000, 000) *, The divers are digging the ry beating BG. 3-1.
Pe : galleon out of 15 feet h mud ang Seretse Welcomed | ; BG., hg first me qe
and under Tobermory 3ay, in the e e rom the stam when oma
Women havade | wes tern isles of Scotland. They In Gaberones Britain Denies scored off a free kick by DeSouz









Cher h hope haf two yards outside of the penalt
vessel to check the belief t GABERONES, March, ‘31. ’ Fo : spot.
° | tre vasure—sought for generations Seretee Khama, the young ban; Soviet Charges ! On resumption Trinidad carrie
CARDMO, March 31. ~ | lies there. ned Bamangwato Chief, arrived LONDON, March 31, the attack and netted th
Jeep-borne Plice reinforce-| ‘The divers’ report that her) here at noon to-day ending his “i ai d deuiad Senaien Doughlin playing at inner tet
ents were sem to-day to the/timbers of African oak are still] gash from London back to Bechu h ri a! o~ a scored first. ;
e mountain village of Cardeto,! hard as iron. The treasure is said} analand. | | Charges. that, t ‘ western ao Five minutes later he agai
the wild mes of southern) ts have been under the captain’§}]” pis plane passed near Mahalapyeé tine raising as arming an Othee scored and Lewis scored the thir
ly, to clear 200 embattled! cabin, 95 miles to the north where hig epaal on iyi oy my 15 minutes later playing at cenw
men from the jocul Church. —Reuter, | white wife Ruth, who is expects | age yedieraay "th the Soviet | forward. {
eCarrying red figs, the womeh ing a baby in July, is living. Army newspaper Red Star, said| The teams were: —
imvaded the Clirch yesterday, Seretse is to be driven “by carjii ne was an armed gendarme in| Trinidad: Gonsalves, Parson}
w out the priists who argued . Breaks Out ln the last part of his journey—We} tne Western zone of Austria—as |Garcia, Charleau, Joseph, Wink,
th them and peat off the Fire re Ss u 50 miles to Lobatsi, which is im ree, ween et eeunation |Carr, Hinds, {awls, Doughlin and
ee local police. ' ; Bechuanaland but outside the{ > Griffith,
me rest of Len aggirve ns Belvedere Palace Bamangwato reserve, As Serets®)"" iio" further denied Soviet} B.G.: Prescod, A._Williamson,
e thousand p@sants, striking stepped out of the plane, a great charges that the Austrian Treaty | Small, Wiltshire, Gorgon, ~rath-
their own lang stood by and VIENNA, March 31, ) roar of welcome went up from the! Was being delayed by the west to| waite, Steele, Harris, Caetana,
tched. mw ii Fire broke out in the ea crowd of tribesmen awaiting. his build up an Austrian army, | Thomas and DeSouza.
“The strike was rt of the bei hours of this morning in the eagt| arrival.—Reuter. —Reuter. —By Cable.
a. = ‘tay thyoed Scare: | wing of the famous Belvederg|
western , : Palace in Vienna .
wt measures for he spueing up| This historical “Golden Cham. Giuliano’ 8 Doctor W. German Saar Can
big estates and he d ene 108! ber” of Prince Eugen, whee e Lvs
f land amongst he ‘oe | many important intimate meget. Arrested pa .
oe _ {ings were held in the days of the Je C P il E.
& ae ey | Empire, was badly damaged PALERMO, March om ounce uro
, irreplacable ceiling paintings ang ‘an -day claimed t : ve z =
~~ Prince Charbs Signs | silded wood carvings were dep], Police today cn io "s STRASBO'IRG, March 31, The Committee of Ministers
ili A id t | troyed Sicily’s bandit king Salvatoré The final text of the invitations decided to set up a joint Stand-
; ‘Milttary Ab Agreement | — Arm started te the Goll iehullans.” The Doctor is 45-yeur- {to Western Germany and the Saar ing Committee with the Consult-
; ' The fire arted in the Goldgn| 3, {to join the Council of Europe was ative Assembly, The Committee
: BRUSSELS March 31: {Room where highiy inflammable} old Lupo, described as the a ies | adopted by the Council’s Comimit- will comprise seven members re-
_— Rage yo) Pe 7 | liquids rr — us a in the} oe - on doctor i — oN ‘,.; tee of Ministers when it met here presenting the Committee of Min-
ent, as Signed the *1h0O- | restoration ne oreeneo -olice aia octor hair. i — « ”" mrens Loan. ie
Oeicd States Bilabra) Milita ‘ . » Viena fire bri gade map.|tegular trips from his Palerm<¢ \this morning under. the eA asters —_ ete re
United Ste Bs é gah de The ene ~ Pe ee ee ee take ie | Peter Rot of French Foreign n- pointed by the Standing Commit-
Am 6Agreement, ®cording to} aged to save valuable pictures jp | apartn fee eee jister Robert Schuman. tee of the Consultative Assembly
eire|< lose ft i aliery and to py. out of the banal . cae The letters of invitation state
Cabin« ent the fire spreading gr im Bal : en jthe contribution each of the two It will not take decisions by
T I lean onsiderable dam 1@ by | encire ling armed on vy jmew members will make to the vote but, under the chairmanship
has be« lly water. a year iney esti a j finances of the Council and the of the President of the Assembly,
fhe ratification. th, The Belvedere Palace ranks gs| dug more police builets out 0" j}mumber of seats each will have will discuss difficulties and prob-
agreement i re the most beautiful example oj} more bandits than any Doctor iâ„¢jin the Consultative Assembly. lems whenever either body con-
Circles adc ied Austrian Baroque architectyge | history. Western Germany will have 16 siders it necessary.
—Reuter. / —Reuter, / —Reuter eats and the Saar three. — (Reuters)

| & crowd of several hundred clash-

of

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Paris P1 Protest
Publication
Of Memoirs

Of Mussolini's Rescuer

PARIS. March 31,

Several demonstrators were in-
jured and arrests were made when

ed with strong forces
} Outside the office of the Conserva-
tive newspaper Figaro in the
Champs Elysees late to-day.
TraMe on the broad avenue was
jammed as police tried to disperse
he crowd which gathered in front
the newspaper office in re-
ponse to an appeal by left wing
rganisations of former resistance
fighters, deportees and others,
The eee ne was called in
vrotest against Figaro’s announce-
ment ‘that it intended to publish
the memoirs of Otto Skorzeny, the
ommander of the German para-
troopers who rescued Mussolini
after the overthrow of Fascism
and Italy’s surrender to the Allies.
The demonstrators were dis-

of police













Price;
FIVE CENTS

Year 55.



Savings

(From Our London Correspondent)
LONDON, March 31.

a MARLOWE, Conservative Member of Parlia-

nt, has tabled a motion urging Government to convene
an Empire Conference to “investigate what common ground
exists for acceptance of the idea of cyeating an Empire
Assembly and to consider to what extent Empire countries
can supply goods at present being imported here from
doilar sources”.

Marshall
Aid Cut By

* Marlowe told me at the House

of Commons this evening there
was a fair amount of support
for this proposal both in the
Conservative Party and in Em-
pire countries,

His Idea was that the Empire

Assembly should be modelled on
$270 000 000 the Strasbourg Assembly of
7 9 Western European countries.
Members should be appointed
House Of Representatives from each Empire country and
wotid be in: constant session to 7],
Approve 3rd Year Plan discuss matters of common Em- wu
WASHINGTON, March 31 pire interest.
Che United States House of He proposed one of the first
Representatives to-night appro-{ problems to be tackled by the *
priated $3,102,450,000 for the third Empire Assembly was the ques-

year of Marshall Aid plus Ameri-

can

de

. tion of inter-Rmpire trade with a |
Point Aid view to dollar economy.

Four” to under-

veloped world areas











versed after half an holr'’s con- The President hs asked f ro Seer mre ane ae
fused struggle. Unlike other Paris se itiand . den ad asked for sider wa) of mac ifying mperia
demonstrations this one did fot | °2°372;450¢ 00 but the House trim- Preference agree ments and elim-
appear to be organised. The de- med it by $270,000,000 before fin- | inating tariffs rifts. (By Cal Cable).
monstrators neither carried ban-|&!ly approving by 287 to 86 the
ners nor chanted slogans, apart Foreign Economic Assistance Bil
from shouting ‘“gestapo” and sim- | °! 1950 Zee Ss Ow
ilar insults at the police - Che ve. by the Lower
~Reuter. fouse, which alone may appro- |
uter {priate money, came after a rants | Ke gyptians
of bitter debate, during which an} “©
cane °1e leas ee cee ea) CAIRO, March 31,
Miss Blandish ot OO Sate o Stee J. Drol 1 V.. Cernik, self
r¢ voles to 86 in Committee te lexiled for r Czechoslovak Davis
withhold iid from Britain so long Cup Tt Players, have been
GetsA Warnin as Ireland remains divided. This | praniea vptian nationality, it
2): we oo night defeated by 226 votes was officially announced here to-
to 6
ay
PARIS, March 81 H Also defeated was a provision |= Hives le for Monte Carlo after
Liliane frnoult the young [otal would have cut the eash | {ateiy pe in the Egyptian ten-
French Actress who took over the | total of oe third year of Aid, and {nis championships.
‘ole of “Miss Blandish” after the | have tuted an equivalent Drobney and Cernik will play
disappearance of twenty-two-] Value nerican surplus farm | under Bey ptian colours in Monaco,
ear-old Nicole Riche, has been | Product: Rome and Pai until they are
warned she will “suffer the sam The appropriation measure,/abie to represent Egypt in the *
fate” unless she withdraw which includes only $25,000,000 for |mayis Cun in two years time, }
M. Sacha Terribe Eride, who | the start a “Point Four’ pro- | Mohammed Bey Suttan, an Egyp-
plays the part of the inspector | 8®@mme instead of $45,000,000, the | tian tennis federation official told
in the French version of he | President stated, must now go to | Reporters
American gangster play “tN | the Senate for approval and a Reuter.
Orchids for Miss Blandish said | to the President tor a eS \
severa warnings to this effe a ! . re
had been passed to him on the | a | Tito Victory Is
telephone. Mme. Liliane Ernoult’s . $ ,
mother received two — similar Moth f } lo form
warnings, ald she “appealed tol er 8 \B wlokomin
her daughter not to appear, “6 ! :

The actress replied “1 caunot! — SO Dpegloyeg?? | ving BEMGRADE: Maoh 3
let the management down” | : | Director of Information, told .
Several police inspectors were). PARIS, March 31. | press conference here to-day tha
in the Grand Guignol Theatre lay* | Six leading Paris morning|the Government’s victory in on f
night while she was being kid | papers to-clay accused French|qay'’s General Elections was “one
napped and mauled by gangster: | justice of failing to protect chil- | of the greatest blows” the Komin-
un the stage—her first perform-|dren from cruel parents follow- | form had suffered since they be-
ance. jing the finding of a_ six-year gan their campaign against Mar-

_ fPolice were continuir their | old boy on the brink of the Seine | shal Tito,
inquiries in the disappearance of] with “orders to drown himseif.” The people had fully endorsed
Mile. Riche, whe vanished } Louis Simon, small on otf | that policy of “cooperaling with
wearing a fur coat over flimsy! railway platelayer, was day | all who respected Yugoslavia’s in-
underwear between acts two|peing Jooked after by the Publie dependence and against her he-
and three of the play. Assistance Board of Corbeil, south | coming either a republic, a colony
A strange young man hi rot | Paris. Attracted by passers-by }or a remote Tsarist Regime, ,
a note to the dressing room of] crying on the river bank yesiev-| He said that Moscow's propa-
the first “Miss Blandish” *sayin, | day, he said: “Mother told me to} ganda on the elections was aimed
“T want to see you urgently about|throw myscif into the water lnot at Yugoslavia. but at the
your mother,” Farlier she ey He said he wanted a boat to} masses in the east and in the west.
telling t Par an ee neat take him to the middle = the —Reuier, ‘
elling her to give up the part Of viver where he would jun i
“Miss Blandish” beeause it was Last October, the papers ‘aid nol MURDER CASE MONDAY
“immoral . |police action was taken against} The only murder case on the
—Reuter. |his parents when Louis’ nos was} March Assize Calendar starts on
a | fractured His mother aid it’ Monday alt 10 a.m :
was caused by a fall. —Reuter nald 1ccused, ;
SOOO {

A “Serious
Situation”

ASMARA, March 31. |

The British Chief Administra- |
tor of the former Italian colony
of Eritrea has exiled ten leading
citizens from villages where there



have been disturbances.
A notice in the official Italian-
language newspaper by J. Drew,

Chief administrator announced
the ten would be banished im-
mediately to the towwnship ct
Tessenii on the Sudan border

It warned that collective fines
would be imposed on villages

where parvicularly grave cases of
disorders occurred and promised
generous re\/ards for those who
collaborated with the authoritie:
to prevent ciclay in the capture
of criminals.

The _ Italian Representative
Committee hore last night cabled
Signor Alcide De “Gasperi, the
Italian Prime Minister, telling
him there w a “serious situe-
tion’ here and calling for a
United Nations decision on the
future of Eritrea before Septein-
ber,

The Comunittee also issued
communique to the Italian com-
munists here asking them to
await calmly the outcome of their
protests, including that on Wed-
nesday to the United Nations
Commission.



is

a

—Keuter

U.K.-Brazil Trade
Agreement Ends

RIO DE JANEIRO, March 31.

The 1949 Anglo-Brazilian Trade
Agreement expires at mid-night
to-night and for the next few
weeks at least there will be no
agreement between the two comme
tries. 7

Meanwhile, until the new agree-
ment signed there will be no
appreciable difference in Anglo-
Brazilian trade relations, the Em-

is

bassy Spoke told “Reuters
to-day
So far there has been no set

time for diseussing the new agree-
ment though there have been pre-

liminary contacts to decide upon
vhat basis such tell placed,
the spokesman add

F —Reuter







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IS EXCELLENCY the Gov- ga Se »y Leaving by the ‘‘Golfito = nT csoub amd prendent ot| Thomas Bevan, 29) _ship’s| S co
eet ee ee vache, ie ; é ie R. ALISTAIR D. FALCONER, the Chamber of Commerce. | engineer, admitted six m&T1ages. F A |

companied by Mr. W. Lambert, A few hours earlier, Mrs. E. T he prosecutor said:



Private Secretary, attended the ‘ LF 54 . vi who is an Engineer win Mrs. Leacoci’s mother} “Your history from @ matri-
Barbados Inter-Schoc! Athletic tig Bookers, and their daughter el eo left "en route for England,| monial point of view, if that is BISCUITS
Sports. at Kensington yesterday : ae ae ee ee Guiand “but she was a passenger on the] the right description, is perfectly
afternoon. FS “Golfito” 7 y “Golfito”. 0 appalling. J took i ®
Also present were: Mr. and Mrs. 0”. Mrs. Hardman, has been living Bevan’s first marriage . baked in Bonnie Scotlng

Also leaving on the “Golfito” ."p2pados for about four OF] place in 1940 at Perth, Western

G. T. , Mr. and Mrs, C. G.
was Mr. B. L. Shaw, Chief Ac- 5... years and she is on her WaY| Australia.

Reed, Protessor C. G. Beasley, Mr.

;

at the Sunshine Bisegy

Gy. Carstairs, C.M.G., His Hon- countant for Bookers. He is a to spend a holiday with her son! His second occurred at Cape Bake : Gl ow, where
our the Speaker and Mrs Hus- Chartered Accountant and a Char- ji, Lancashire. Yown in 1942; his third a Liver- Seale have
bands, Mrs. J. Connell, Major tered Secretary, as well as a holder pool in 1946; his fourth at Gates- goo come

of a degree for a we Thursday Night Party head, England; a3 e as from for over 90 Years,
Mrs. F. A. lord. and -0ee HERE ‘Barbecue Steak’| Glasgow m 1947, and MB Ss
daughter Peta were other British The je ea the grounds ol | —and last—at Cardiff in 1948.

Guianese leaving for England the Marine, Hotel on Thursday| Justice Byrne said Bevan was

and Mre.M. L. D. Skewes-Cox,
an Challenor, Mr.

Mr... and sid

e Mrs. E. Armstrong, Mr.
a Mrs. J. C. Hammond, Mr.
and Mrs

Mrs.












W. A. Farmer, Mr. and yesterday -— “cbviously a danger to men.”
. I, Smit : . - night by the Manager Mr. J. Iver ol] ie j 4

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with Bookers, then his father and of you. ;

now he holds the position of He hopes that this is something









































Ca — Consulting Engineer. new, and providing he can get bi,
All of them arrived in Barba- enough parties, he will introduce

ABIN 12 A is Skipper ¢onn’s
Cabin and his room mate is



dos about ten days ago and spent 1t to Barbadians.
a short holiday as guests at There is a rumour that th

Soogles” Williams. Carib was or - ; ‘ oini Marine is commencmg a regula.
board the “Golfito” yesterday and ane ta before joining the “vormg service to any private
Golfito” here. home in the island, whether it be

got this information from ‘he
Purser.









. ‘ Cocktails, dinners etc., or the, s ’
It is a very comfortable room, Infransit for om oem y |_| _ AQUATIC CLUB CUINEMA Members Only
he t beds were covered with Z R. G. V. Sharpe, Manager ol pa _s " PPS es) ey Po . eda: d Thursd night at 8,30
the two ; i “4 - Gi. V. 9 \o your home. Sunday, Tuesday an ursday at 8, ;
brown and cream check bed the Royal Bank of Canada * FT. iz: ’ au ; “'
spreads, the furniture is of pol- Skipper John Goddard and former West Indies bowling star Her- in Georgetown British Guiana, Croquet eb rts erty {| ROBERT NEWTON oe ae HERR ERT ODLETOT
ished oak and the two easy chairs ...), Griffith engaged in a private chat on board the “Golfito.” was an intransit passenger yes- Cas ip ner ae Dieret P| weer it a | ”
were covered in flowered creton. terday on the “Golfito.” He is off to 4 at the Marine Hotel. Gen. “— N O W B O U N D
There was a red and cream rug ‘ ; England on three months’ leave Vidmer who is a guest at the inne o
«m the floor, p En route to South Africa Many Staff Members and will be joining his wife who Marine, sent to the States for 4) | nis means it’s worth something, aud introducing MILA PARELY
The other boys also have cabins is already there. Croquet Set, and it is becoming ) A Universal Picture
similar to this one, so we can = ISS FRANCIS DE GALE who ESIDES the large crowd who Their good friends Mr. and Mrs. quite popular. | 8 veneen are likely 60 anh Seven great Stars in a story so thrilling .... so spectacular Pan
certain that they are comfortable, is returning to her home were at the Baggage Wure- C. A, Gilliat went on board the _ If its popularity continues, Gen.| |, Thin cine is ‘ways packed with action that you will love every exciting moment.
= aad rer in South Africa was an intransit house to see the cricketers oif, “Golfito” for a short while yester- ae may stage a croquet tour-} 13. big stick gives you \
over : Pe ; ‘he uCialAte”? vee. there were many members pf the day to see him, n . : es
Under S' sae the “Golfito” Yes- Cable and Wireless staff present : Three Months on the Beach | \2, 336°7.di°SoRiMd” as sa thse
An nder Statemen terday. She has been’on a visit . vie 7. . i , H lid: : A |
to wish Mr. and Mrs. E. H. C. Qn Six Mon oliday R. and Mrs. Keith Piggott clue, (3) one
Robert Christiani heard to her parents who live in Gren- Robinson, their daughter Nanda nd their three hildren a ope wit rel Bite
that passengers intransit for ada, and flew to Trinidad to and Mr George Cresswell, “Bon EV. and Mrs. Stanley Brewer Mildred Ruth and Denis rohamanc ’ or \ TECHNICOLOR
the U.K. would not be able to join the “Golfito.” Voyage!” who have been living in Bar- | ninigad yesterday by B.WLA | 2% Often, broken im heeaking) THE GREAT

have any shore leave, he told bados for over four years left 92. The sot dieimed it as ovia seeks. |
(

ACTION SPECTACLE OF ALL TIME!

after spending three months at

7 : ae nia te 2156) Among those present were, Mr ay “ ”

Carib, “To say that I am annoyed She has been away from South ,.% a f as yesterday by the “Golfito” for six { 5 B } |

‘ , ; eee eee ee ‘ard Mrs. A. G L. Douglas, Mr pA : e Sandywayes,” MRockley. Mr ; : ain |

is an under statement.’ Africa for about four years, nq Mrs. George Eastwood, Mr. months’ holiday in England, their Piggott is with the British Ameri- 36. You'll have 4 go {ose counter
for this. (5)

However they did manage to having visited the United States ; a first since their arrival here. Most ~. ; imidad
obtain permission to come ashore for three and a half years, before - ee Pues eee of their time will be spent in can Tobacco Co., in Trimidad,

for a short while, and the large joing to Grenada ( Cake e Yorkshire and during their stay
crowd-who were at the Baggage there they hope to see some of

Mrs. Piggott is the former Miss
Nancy Boyce, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs, Walter Boyce of the
















a1. Where the teeg Tider tg eaRteg
. - : co Tom.
Grichlow. Other friends and re- 28. Peon coer: Have e

lations were Mr and Mrs. Ken- get Kipling’s f t






Wapesyouse anu er ene : Now she is on her way to Eng- neth Tucker, and Miss Pam Cress- oo vs. England Woid, Marine Gardens. Down |
Guiana and Trinidadian repre- and to sais we ’ a before well. f After Two and A Half 1 Bere you nave work thet ~—
entatives before they had to re- eee Soe Ea R + f d For Indefinite Stay Months 2. How to miss an open «
turn on beard. 3) Ale a s e- i ransferre 3. Found in a mole’s ti
“Hella-Robert old boy!” “Good She rushed ashore for a few R. ANTHONY HADEED, Mr. FTER a holiday of two and aj] * Lamb Hoes found de
luek-G * “Brior did Lance it'sg™nutes yesterday to buy somé ME and Mrs, Darrell Triming- Jacob Azar, Mr. Habib Set- half months Mrs. Eurme| 5, ive w
fo..yal”, were the cries arg ugar, which she said is very LVEnam arrived by the “Goitito aya and Mr. Jamil Makoul, all Talbot of Kitty, British Guiana} $
--tonded. arce in Sngland yesterday. Mr. Trimingham who merchants of Trinidad. were ar- returned to Demerara by thr 4 tion. (3) FRED HENRY “ar. roberts” SYLVIA
awe is on the staff of Barclays Bank rivals recently by B.W.1A. from “ajicoa Pilgrim”. She was staying} 9% Some would cali this an out

MacMURRAY - FONDA- SIDNEY











has been in Trinidad for about Jamaica for an indefinite stay. at Crystal Waters, Worthing. greet Je a maiden's nite?
eleven years. He has now been They are staying at Indramer Busi ‘d Pl ee . u
re-transferred to the Branch Guest House, Worthing. usiness and Pleasure | 14. teen trom "Through the Look THE TR Ail ¥ T ¢
here R. RAFIC FACKRE, a direc- ng-glass.” | (#) april 30th
Mrs. Trimingham is the daugh- Returning on the “‘Bayano” tor of Fackre Bros, dry| ‘” a See 4 “
ter of Mr. RB. McKenzie, gvods merchants of Port-of-Spain, | 38 & ope tor Stage displays. (5)
a ee of Dascegs —- HE Purser of the “Golfito” told Trinidad, was an arrival earlier | 3}: Qyit®,0Ut of the ore yalee. i Directed by Henry Hathaway © A WALTER WANGER Production
ind Mrs. McKenzie, 1€ rim- han sie ta shes z ir NGER Producti
ia hems will ten “a arit be ie maneting: has. Puincese in week hy BW-EA. oa: Visit ch | Ss, PRN Mee SE eee down. © A PARAMOUNT CHAMPION BROUGHT BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND
a ‘ “with them a B HH € Alice and the Earl of Athlone wil! business combined with pleasure -
Siaying Ww 1 em a an ouse ‘ i j . Sect
= : be returning to England on the He is staying at Indramer Gues Solution of yesterday's pussle.—Acress:
until their house is ready. ne and Tuition “Bayano” ( " i 1, Tiger-skin; 7, T 9, Plead; 10, ;
Elders and Fyffes liner “Bayano”. House. Worthing. 1, Tiger-skin; fy Traits 9, Hlead: 10, Rend; N Ow! ma PLAZA 5 & 8.30 p.m.
Football Referee 20 Veto: 21, Clove; 25, Feeder; 24, Neo, satatubiametin,

Bo, board. Dera ha ayo Siena
3, ance; 4, Strife; 5, Knock; 6, » 4
solved oot ae







Rupert an



ME *2 ATTRIDGE, who ar- Users: te Oven: 18 Otto; 22, Lea, sehen ecto
rived from Trinidad yester ’ en a
lay by the “Golfito” is here foi <@ = |
weeks staying at “Accra Bran {
Rockley. He is with U.B.O.T ¥ GLOBE THEATRE
Point Fortin; a Londoner, he h








been working in Trinidad for fiv
ind a half years.

at the
BDOS AQUATIC CLUB
(Local & Visiting Members
Only)

THIS EVENING

9 o'clock
Music by Sydney Niles and
While here he hopes to see quit: . { __ his Orchestra :
a bit of football and is quit Rupert runs much faster than the countryside and then gives out. { Admission to Ballroom: 2/-
Pong-Ping, and is soon far ahead. Rupert wanders about, and can see ) 28,3,50,—4n.
The pet dragon has disappeared, no sign of smoke or the truant.
but in his fury he has breat so From the top of a slope he hears a
much fire that he has scorched shout, and sees a farm worker call-

He is'a keen football enthusias
and is a referee gf the Trinida
Amateur Football Associatio
having refereed many first
vision matches and Cup Final
in Trinidad.

STARTING TONITE, Monday and Wednesday at 8.30 p.m.

SS

)
Felix AYLMER & Greta GYNT \

MR. EMMANUEL

)
. It’s wet and sticky. (
. Seemingly no sina lage (
. Tot from the ‘collbee-

keen on refereeing one or tw
matches if it can be arrangec
luring his short stay in Barbado



An intensely human story sincerely told



: some of the grass where he passed, ing to him, “I'll ask him,” thinks a i
Returning to Scotland and the little bear easily Eliows, Rupert. “If that dragon has | ROWAL Worthings
iS, E >A TON i The trail leads to a lonely part of passed him he must have seen it.” See GRETA GYNT Britain’s Best Dressed Woman and her
RS, E. M. L, PATON, daugh NO SHOW TO-NIGHT Glamorous Gowns.
4+ ter of Mr. and Mrs, D. 1 SUN. AT 8.30

CRYPTOQUOTE—Fere’s how to work it: Republic Whole Serial . . « ‘ P

Johnson of Medmenham and he 3 Sacisarengehiat
s AXYDLBAAXR Sia ua i

oe ee a ce JZ | little child were passengers o















































i. the “Golfito” yesterday en rout is LONGFELLOW ACTION iGet OF ZORBD” SUNDAY at 9.30 p.m,
Left to right: J. M. Kidney, Manager, John Gpddard, Captain, F. to England after a holiday ii One letter simply stands for another. In this example A is used Featuring :
A. CG. Cléirmonte Test Selector and Reverend R. C. Palmer-Barnes at Barbados. From there she wil for the three L's, X for the two O's, etc. Single letters apos- CUNEO eT George 3. LEWIS ; N TALENT SHOW. Persons with talent of any Kind are
Baggage Warehouse before embarkation, be rejoining her husband who i trophies, the length and formation of the w aed has al ‘
in Scotland, Each day the code letters are different. ords are all hints. DON’T MISS IT requested to come to the Globe for audition,
, A Cryptogram Quotation EMPIRE
B Y I HE WA Y By BEACHCOMBER ORL BZTOOLS FLOOLZ ZLAITSD, ID TO-NIGHT & MON. AT 9.15 p.m
ORL LAGOC BUZV GLZTDRLD—GZUMLZY. United Artist Presents .. . |
PSYCHOLOGIST has been said to ; oliceman. “7 . : . wr"
inquiring Soy a scbibie aan ified.” ‘on - a x Rin. Interlude ‘iin wi Cry ptoquote: LIBERTY IS THE POWER OF DO- “BLOOD ON THE SUN
eflect of a man’s name on his 4 pit of a psychologist dk Prodnose: Who was the woman rr AT IS ALLOWED BY LAW—LAW. Praereng MARINE HOTEL
character, and therefore on his “What's 1 me eee Myself: A casual passer-by. : James CAGNEY—Sylvia SYDNBY
actions. Perhaps I can hinder him at's your name Stone,” Miss Meddler, Cagney at his Two-Fisted Best
a little. said the man “No wonder,” Prodnose: How remarkable Adventures........+-
Not long ago, when Burmese said the policeman. “No wonder And what was the policeman
journalists were visiting England, what?” asked Stone “No name. ‘ |
- pemer named Not That Hat wonder your name is Stone, if Myself: Huxtable, I expect. TO-NIGHT } ROXY
ught a bowler. The hatter you're petrified,” said the police- Prodnose: Why should it b | TO-NIGHT AT?
ore for the name and address, man. “You mean,” said a Huxtable? TAREE TRE AES
or delivery. The Burmese began, woman who was passing, “no Myself: That was his father’s Republic Double . . .
“Not That Hat——” Another wonder he’s petrified if his name "ame before he was petrified. A GALA NIGHT James LYDON—Lois COLLIER
bowler was produced, and is Stone. His name was Stone Prodnose: What! Was he in
another, and so on. The hatter before he was petrified.” “How petrified, too? AT "OUT OF THE STORM”
could never get as far as the do you know?” sneered+ the Myself: Yes, He married ¢ and
address. After two hours the policeman “The weather Stone “GIRL FROM ALASKA
hatter gave the awkward cus- petrified him,” said the woman Prodnose: Any relation to the T T see
tomer a ed oe boaters cw go “He wasn’t called Stone because Stone you were speaking of? CLUB MORGAN i rcsaietareieeaicaieienitmaetimaientea aig
away quietly. e disconsolate of the weather, was he?” “Ask Myself: (deliberately and
editor, when the mistake had him,” said the policeman, “Were through set teeth): Yes. His great- OLYMPIC
heen pointed out to him, changed you?” said the woman, “Was uncle’s niece’s grandfather.







TO-NIGHT & MON. AT 8.15
United Artist Presents .
John WAYNE—

SATURDAY NIGHT April Ist.
From 7 to Iip.m,





his name, by deed poll, to Gong I what?” asked Stone. “Called H ni Cl AK I \
(his mother’s maiden name), and Stone after it began to eae? Arabian Epitaph DELI OUS STE D NERS
was beaten by a butler in Wilton- said the policeman. “I bet his

crescent before a fashionable father wasn’t petrified,” said the a Resell oll ymypn The CLUB MORGAN ORCHESTRA and PETER LACY



luncheon. woman. “Why 9” asked the henna? Montgomery CLIFT -
This Gets Us Nowhere policeman, “Ask him,” said the His ae ea sounded like for continuous entertainment men aver” PERCY GREEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA.
N the other hand, on a day Woman. But Stone had walked “H-q-a-ashish”— with

ee Please Dial 4000 for Reservations

DINNER $2.50

of snow ari sleet, a man ®W&Y- But it may have been @ sneeze Walter BRENNAN—Joanne DRU
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. rN i
Belize Company
7 »

Reject Workers
*

Union Request
Barbados Advocates Correspondent
BELIZE, British Honduras,

March 31

The Belize Estate
Company voday rejected a request
from the General Workers’ Union
officials for the permission to visi=
members and other workers at
the Company’s lumber villages
behind what is locally termed As
the “Green Curtain.”

This is the latest of several
requests made during the past
three years. After receiving the
Company’s letter of rejection

which consisted of a brief state-|

ment, Union officials declared that
they would take no further action
because they were not sure of





workers’ tights under the Human |
Rights Declaration, to join Unions,

for production.

Meanwhile Monday’s
has
Union’s nine-year life and workers
directed leaders not. to accede to
Government’s demand for a writ-
ten apology from the Union for
the “insulting and offensive tone”
in the recent Union letter to
Government as a prelude to Gov-
ernment’s agreeing to negotiate
concerning wages of the Govern-
ment Manual Workers.

Workers agreed, however,
await a reply from the London
â„¢.U.C, officials on World Confed-
eration Free Trade Unions, Brus-
sels, to whom G.W.U. officials
referred the dispute for advice
before taking action against Gev-
cy ment,

meetin



West German
Cabinet Drafts
Wheat Billi

BONN, March 31,
The West German Cabinet today
adopted a drafgbill to enable Ger-
many to join the World Wheat
Conference.
This, it was claimed, wil) save



wheat,—Reuter,

Ten Monks



ing of the first mass trial of high
Roman Catholic dignitaries in
Czechoslovakia here. to-day.

Ten monks were charged with

with excommunicaticn
from the Roman Caiholic Chureh

Two hours after the trial began
the names of the monks were not
known to Western correspon-
dents, but they were believed to
include several abbots,

Peasant

women in colourful
country dresses and red woollen
stockings and bright neck wear

were in the court. Several clergy-
men were also admitted.



ufacturers to-day described as “a}
bitter blow”

store here. The suiting had been
ordered provisionally by Braz-
ilian firms in the belief that re-
A strictions would be lifted.

The manufacturers are to ap-
proach the British Board of
Trade to see what can be done
about the problems facing them.

The representative of a well |
known firm said: “I feel that we
have been somewhat let
the Brazilians.”



lown by |

—Reuter

Produce

g
been the stormiest in the}

to|

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her 10/- on every ton of imported |

{

Meat



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Akl te. Scherne

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“ THE MEDICINE DIDN

No Longer
A Marquis

__ FLORENCE, March 31,
United States citizen Frank H.
Corsi (junior) learned to-day that
he was no longer a marquis.
Italian police announced that they
had charged a forger, 34-year-old
J. Coccia, with issuing false

|

| patents. of nobility to Corsi and

—Reuter | Chief of the United Press
America in Prague.
6 - s+ 6h] sot asked him
" A Bitter Blow j leave the country by April 8. |
An official was understood to)
BELFAST, March 31. igsgi
Northern Ireland’s linen man- have told Mr. Higgins that the

ae ee Brazilian import | “constant tendency towards ob-
restrictions on heavier types of jective reporting.”
ao ge nev is The official was understood to
, je) Said they would have to| have indicated to Mr. Higgins
_ alternative markets for! that he would be granted an
thousands of pounds _ sterling re “1 18 4

worth of linen suiting now in additional week up to April 15 in

|, think

; | three Italians.
h d | Coccia, who ran a “heraldic
C arge | Office” in title-conscious France
was accused of receiving large
PRAGUE, March, 31. sums of money from Corsi and the |
Western, correspondents were Italians. The police said Corsi |
refused admission at the open-|5S®™€ time ago received an im-

portant document from “the presi-
deney of the Italian Government.”
announcing that the title of mar-

qui With the right to a coat of |

pi es Las a arms, had been conferred on him
inciting the people against the The document, they said. wa
State and with threatening Com- Fakad. hy Cocca lay <
munists ny: cia



U.S. Journalist
Must Quit Prague

PRAGUE, March 31.
The Czechoslovak Ministry of
Foreign Affairs to-day refused to
renew the credentials of Mr.
John Higgins, 30-year-old Bureau
of

to prepare to}

Government had decided he must
leave Czechoslovakia because of a

which to wind up his personal
affairs.—Reuter.

SYNTHETIC
DIAMONDS

LONDON, March 31.
Some diamond experts here
it “rightly probable” that;
Russia may be making synthetic |
industrial diamonds in her atomic
energy plants. — (Reuter. )





| news

} Soviet soldiers to join





Oils Decline
In Market

LONDON, March 31,

End of the financial year in-
vestment of liquid funds helped
gilted edged section of the Lon-
don Stock Exchange to-day. The
demand was small but was en-
couraged by the prospect of a good
rise in United Kingdom's gold and
dollar reserves. Fractional gains
were recorded in long, medium
and short dated issues.

Interest in other sections was

small and mainly for some week-
end levelling for positions. Prices
| of industrials showed
of

a majority
minor losses with tobacco
wes particularly dull on profit-
taking,
Shock for tin share holders was
of the passing of interim
dividends by Beralt Tin and Woul-



fram Company Last vear pay-
ment was 4 percent Shares
slumped two and six pence to 8/6.

Other commodities issues remain-
ed steady in quiet trading though |
an occasional decline was recorded

by leading oils.
Small buying interes: gave frac-
tional gain to German and Jap-

anese bonds but rails were easier
changed.

Imperial continental gas featur-
ed with three point rise to 109 on

where

| dividend and compensation

—Reuter.

Fight Bolshevist
Tyranny

BERLIN, March 30.

An anti - Communist under-
ground group in the Soviet army
has recently distributed thousands
of propaganda leaflets in the close-
ly guarded Soviet headquarters
area at Karlshort in East Berlin,
the American official “Neue Zei-
tung” reported to-day

The leaflets appealed to all
the under-
round movement and step up
the fight against ‘Bolshevist
tyranny,” the paper stated

“The Soviet secret police were
unable vo track down those re-
sponsible.

—Reuter.





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PORT-OF-SPAIN, April 1. | on foot this Holy Year. |
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

A Flying Tour Across
The World

It may be

GE
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hao = foamed
Published by Tho Advocate Co, Ltd., 4, Broad St., Bridwetows
= Saturday, April 1, 1950
«
vate FROM Syd fe,
: ydney to Singapore I
ong Edueation had drinks and. much talk with
monocled John Sefton Brancker,
ty THERE have been several complaints oe of B.O.A.C. and son of
T. 1 recently by members of the general pub- [jie pet one Whe lost his
et lic about the policy of education now adopt- Main obstacle to the use of the
th ed in this island; and the speech of the “testers . oe Pog are 2
. Lord Bishop in the Legislative Council generally believed, the inadequate
a during the discussion of the Education Vote | size of the runways or the danger
iv p a ‘ of the tarmac being burned up
: in the Estimates deserves great considera- [py the jets.
iM tion. 4 on a eee lies in the
4 ae > ot air of the tropics.
e _ For a second time within a fortnight pub- [necessary to cool it attifically to
lyn lie discussions on education have shown | provide the necessary boost for
RF : the jets to take off.
— that there is much reason for the general As Sinaupete t toca 4’ Ws dei
public to be dissatisfied with the present fighter already on the job trying
TI policy of the Government towards educa- a Pas ee in the hot
\AE tion. In the first place, the number of ‘When the Comet does start to
~C specialist masters for the Lodge School | operate I hope B.O.A.C, will drop

was reduced from four to three after an

5. investigating Committee had made this re-
It is commendation and the matter has had to
3. be referred back to the Legislature. More
eac recently an additional fifty-six teachers for
: the Elementary Schools was deleted from
= the financial provisions of the year.
ile There has been a gradual increase in the
a number of school children who are esti-
ert mated to be 30,000, and when the sugges-
A tion is also being made that more subjects
V be added to the curriculum, it is impossible
1 to get any worthwhile results from the al-
4 ready enormous sums spent on education,
unless there is a corresponding increase in
Hov the number of teachers.
oa Schools are not merely bricks and walls,
ywe as was pointed out by the Hon. G. D. L,
ei Pile in the debate. There must be teachers
ar to train the children who are intended to
= benefit from the expenditure of the tax-
“Hi payers’ money. The allocation of teachers

to the number of pupils in a school is not a
matter of guess work. It has been settled
long ago by specialists in educational ad-
ministration; and certain rules laid down
for the guidance of those who undertake
the work.

The Government seems either unaware
uf these rules or has failed to pay sufficient
attention to the advice of those responsible
for the conduct of education in Barbados.
It is true that the Government cannot be
expected to spend unlimited sums of money
merely on the recommendation of educa-
tional or other specialists; but it appears
to be an elementary principle of courtesy
that when votes are to be reduced, the body
recommending an increase should be con-
sulted if cuts have to be made. The cor-
rect action then would be for the recom-
mending body to decide in what way the
reduced amount could best be in |
order to secure the best results from per-
missible expenditure.



spent

In the matter of the deletion of the
amount for the fifty-six teachers, it appears
that the Advisory Body was not consulted.
The result was a mere deletion of the vote
instead of a reduction or a different alloca-
tion. If this cavalier treatment of people
who render free public service is continued, |
it is unlikely that there will be many who |
will be willing to serve in future.



\. It is unpleasant to reflect that at a time
Ba when Barbados needs education and a

proper system of its administration more
— than ever, there should be these blunders

which have adverse effects on the system
itself. It is the negation of good states-
manship to spend enormous sums on educa-
tion and then by the method of spending
that money to nullify the good results
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‘ side “hardening” arteries, giving Zoo’s i esterda, .
“ The members of the Government need saa to the Eetieendl bene coke Seoul TG — ¥ ¥ IN THE wordy political war world are found, the problem is often, as in
} not be educational specialists. In fact, the {contained large quantities of the I was carrying out an experi- between Soviet. and Western, _ of Africa, not who shall fill them but
od cause of education in this island may well | Aire They seemed to arise as ment to see if the bower-birds science, this is how Pravda’s| "OW, to ensure that the present rapid growth
at have been better served when they were direct result of its irritating there would snap them up as weekly paper Ogonyok picture: of the indigenous population shall not out-
ho! fewer specialists among us; but the differ- | ‘ 4 excitedly as oe oe — a typical American scientist for | Strip resources,
a encé’ between its administration then and hd eee San’ oat They aid ee a we reveen ener? ok dae en tenes feelings in the
7" now is that the advice of the specialists was jshowed that their blood was Each male bower-bird sticks AS A ZOOLOGIST who nha: | People of densely populated areas is no long-
a taken and the layman adopted a policy specially rch in the “glue”. twigs into the earth to build a always prided himself that no|*° SO much the sense of confinement there
ed which would conform to the advice of the When they were put on a diet double row of fencing which he animal—not even the elephant| While other lands lie “empty” as the nature
= specialists having regard to the amount of deficient in cholssterol the “glue” then decorates with blue objects PR a — bao than mine,|of the barriers that keep them out—s ecifi
ad. revenue available to be spent. In this case | TPisily thinned down _ to impress his favourite female. ave just had a shock. cally, barriers to entry on racial pecili-
ha the Government b fail I ) 8S case These nicely dovetailing dis- Using a beakful of fibre as a Post-mortem dissection of an} But it is : ss 3 a racia grounds,
tor tonal it has failed in an important coveries also help to explain why, brush he also plasters the fence average-sized bottle-nosed por—|.o" Mt IS a mistake to think that these bar-
= particular and the sooner the new policy seizures and strokes often run in’ with charcoal seraped off burned poise has shown that its brain is | Tiers are always due only to irrational preju-
ed us ayes the better for everyone con- families. It seems that some logs. ; 642 ozs, heavier than the average dices; sometimes, at least, they may be justi
he ce. . fortunate folk are born free from Australian sclogies DR. 4OCK human male's fied on the ground that ss thet 7 i
» defec , 2s the blood ALL is watching these —L, E, 8. ation- : ' pence
SS bee: se the defect which makes the blood MARSHALL g e k nation-building would be imperiled.— ‘NS.
EE ee aT ———— i cece
wi OUR READERS SAY: CE Ni A ieetnaliein
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Real Friends. Not Just F Chri
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( ea riends, o us or ristmas
To, The Editor, The Adv ‘ ; : ;
¥ é Bx ocaie, tached to the right place of study; | The Council believe that no one country. It is best of all that country where he studies — at . "aa
me of Brita To-day vyhe must be assured that the group of stucents should be sep- they should be made welcome as many of Bien, in ee ae ny Ang his People were as lucky
aie fo ptore auish ms purse of training to be followed created for the use of Colonial friends in ordinary British homes. than the United Kingdom Shave én = a as fact, often
Stud : tory Sn. Colonie Sive the necessary back- form of amenity, butatthe present y_ i. gy -. an equal responsibility. Perhaps enough with my people in Eng-
udents in Britain, i be ie Th intendel future juncture, when there are severe is the myriad facets which the vA ponsibility. Perhups land it is the case of no room ‘in
You will I am sure’ publi z Fhe must de able to study housing difficulties, it is necessary make up daily life that build up bilit growin ® feeling of responsi- the inn.” His final words were:
following extracts for the . : aes " ? * the structure of a country, parti- uty and partnership between I know that my le wi e
of readers. and concentra~ to maintain in London and one ¢je py partici 2 a the peoples of the Commonwealth fil AY people will be/f
: we his material or two other cities residences student . to b f a Colonial j, demonstrated by wor i. tao h filled with great pride when they
“The Colonial student” writes ng, food ani created for the use of Colonial ¢ ft 0 obtain full profit 4, “millions ; cis Spoken hear that it has fallen to me, 2
Nancy Parkinson, “f : ae have shitanti’. fen’ catateerd tk cack rom his stay he should, if he ‘2 Millions on the B.B.C. on coloured student fro) Wes
cuties , “faces the diffi- h st have s 8 $ Such ‘so wishes, be able t ‘late Christmas Day, when His Majesty Afric dae rie aka est
common to every student port “ ei ; and, cities are so large, particularly m a. jany 2 : O assimilate ¢)4 King broadcast ) MAes-y Atrica, to give our united greetings
working and studying in a land Per2aps : Ont of all, he London, that it is quite im- ain as possible of these par- custom every er fh i’ oy ” with a great singing in my
which is not his own; the differ- â„¢USt be spontanes omed practicable for all of them to be when a life, so that procide et om hie own heart, with deep reverence and
ences in daily life and ‘custom, and by all. sections of the ty ho satisfactorily either in a orhes _time comes he may resentatives ek he spea S rep- h imble affection—to His Majesty,
differences of food and climate; of which. he bas become a gin- university halls of residence or os, . at attitude to life, or that the Wanicctrenta ae parts of our King
and( although the Colonial studert ber, and faus be enabled to join in private lodgings. Later, when heme Sree things, would be ).. piace he th ive. Christ- In‘ his Christmas message t
does ‘not normally face the difj- freely and at.ease im all papeeis the universities will have more ae Sot yy country,” or per po the ee =. last Christmas his people the King said, “My
culty of language which most of the national Wife, Wy Falls of residence, the Council cae trie ee other hand, “They fore the King . vig om ly os peoples indeed are part of some-
ore must surmount, In the Autumn of yore hope it may be possible to turn ing a ieee odes then s from Nigeria. ‘Of his en salen ry bigger than them-
which might eel — s Ddints trae tha —. oo into IA gol residences the United Kingdom; it cea ot British home where he v as kind.” @urely too one, Cane
. ; . s we © internationa ~si- © 2 or sae ee ping entertaina. : 1. (Th aay : 7 - ery olonin
value of his visit, and must be rive in the United Kingdeâ„¢. at dence when aes 7 resi ed, or maybe succeeded, but it oe entertained he said _ They student in this country there wil!
overcome, arising from’ the fact throughout the yeur a wmitther for Colonial cteicee he aie Would not suit my country.” He Sf Teal friends, not just friends be “real friends, not just friend
that his skin is darker than that Sight or eo crue ala a tones oo students has dimin- must be able to form his judg- for Christmas, and so it is all for Christmas ” "Here 'the nye :
of the indigenous people of the On the averas re, Ore i... a, owever, important as it ment on the full facts and from rather wonderful to me You always be ais cre must
United Kingdom. The particular year thtve wre, Sabea o Bend vc that the Council and the many his own experience so that he wil} ®°¢—1 am black.” se Ot, 08. re
os ' ) ‘ ‘ voluntary agencies who willingly n ; ; 3 . . > 1 t ,
Sri, stisins pe oe ae 4,000 Colonial men at al in ssist tl 7 sain a ae ae See = - euulpped for He then went on to PRO-COUNCII
Ss frequent than they the country for the ws of ' 1 "the lould be able professional duties, but will also ~ ihe "
were even ten yeurs ago, but study It is theref mall all Me nece Y have gained knowledge of the
Some still exist, and, even if they task to see that for « i 2 es, that Is ‘ f men in parts of the world @ LETTERS which ar 4
do Mot exist, are none the less.of than thei, vaio! t be foam lal “eae = pag = wal ich are signed with a nom—de-plume, but un
feel for being only imagined. such and their wel itt i perience Britain uid ccompanied by the customary bona fides, will be ignored,
Clearly, for 1y stuc - that oe mAs . thoriti helped to mature his : Many such reach the Editor's desk each week. ; .
trainee’s time to be s1 = " — tudents er The C is are again reminde : ek, and readers
- profitable oe bs sl os pre able not only mse students to ; a - a Colonial | student h . gain eminded of the necessity for the writer’s name to
a¢ OF She mu I but to their countri z eactory heavy responsibility on hin ¢ known to the Editor, not for publicati .
‘ le in this the future. His hosts in the anew of good faith renee, BS ne Oe See

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its present time-wasting system
of night stops. Otherwise all the
time gained by the Comet will be
lost in hotel beds and Comet-less
foreign lines will still be faster
than B.O.A.C.

True enough, you cannot expect
the crews to fly night and day
without a break. But surely
B.O.A.C. could take a leaf from
the book of Holland’s K.L.M.

The Dutchman have relief crews
waiting along the route. The
time K.L.M. spend on the ground
is strictly for picking up and
setting down passengers, re-
fuelling ahd servicing.

Passengers get their sleep on
the plane—in the same seats they
sit in during the day. Exhausting,
yes. But you get there in double-
quick time.

SINGAPORE produced some-
thing that struck me as unusual,
In the hail of the Raffles Hotel,
respectably framed and _ glassed,
hangs a letter signed by High
Commissioner Malcolm Mac
Donald It is typed on official
stationery and recommends to all

concerned the services of the
Raffles Hotel dealer in Chinese
curios. MacDonald himself, he

says, has made several purchases
from this merchant, and has al-
ways been thoroughly satisfied
with both the price and quality

My second airman travelling
companion, a young man called
Judge, came aboard in Cairo, Mr,
Judge was wearing grey flannel
trousers, a blue blazer with silver
R.A.F. buttons, and on his arm
he carried not a coat but brown
flying overalls,

Over lunch in Rome's airport
restaurant Mr. Judge told me he
was one of a team who are flying
British military aircraft out to

HE chief cause of two of
civilisation’s most distress-
ing disorders—heart attacks and
strokes—has finally been tracked
down according to a_ medical
report which reached me yester-
day
Scientists claim that a waxy
white chemical called cholesterol
which is present in meat, eggs,
butter, and many other foodstuffs
gradually sets up “hardening”
of the arteries in certain types
of people. This “hardening” may

cause the blood to form minute
clots, capable of choking the
action of the heart or brain

Two years research by an
eight-man California University
team equipped with the most

modern atomic devices backs the
indictment of this harmless-look-
ing chemical as a mass killer.
Led by DR. JOHN GOFMAN,
the scientists report three main

discoveries: —
1 When people were given
food rich in cholesterol some

individuals automatically built uv
gluey substances in their blood,
while others remained free from
them

2 Swellings which formed in-








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Egypt for delivery to the Egyptian
Air Force. He had just flown one
job gut—what it waS he would not
say—and now he was flying home
with the rest of his crew to pick
up another lot.

I was interested to meet Mr.
Judge. This air delivery work he
is doing TS likely to cause British
and American diplomats many 4
headache in the near future.

Israel does not look kinuly on
‘the efforts of Mr. Judge and his
friends. Particularly because
Britain is once more supplying
arms to her mid-Eastern ailies,
but has refused to supply any to
Israel. i

Which means tit the Israelis
have to buy their British arms,
British tanks, and British jet
planes by roundabout routes,
even going as far afield as the
Argentine.

The Israelis, of course, don’t
appreciate the British fear olf
offending their Arab friends, on
whom they count in the event ot
the cold war becoming a hot war.
They_put our refusal to supply
them down to British anti-
Semitism.

There are powerful forces in
America who will agree with them
‘in this.

THE 40-hour week has proved
a flop in Australia, It was expect-
ed to provide a stimulus to greater
efficiency and higher production.
But it has done the opposite.
And it has had a generally slow-
ing down effect on the life of the
nation,

Mr. T. Morrison, general man-
ager of the vast works of Vic-
toria’s State electricity commis-
sion at Yallourn, was typical in
his view. And what Mr. Mor-
rison says has authority. For he
manages a coal field covering 30
square miles, a giant briquette
factory, and a power station with
an output of 1,292 million kilowatt
hours

“Since the introduction of the
40, hour week,” says Glasgow Uni-
versity graduate Morrison, “out-
put per man-hour has been less
here than it was before.

“Where men used to start slack-
ing off on Saturday in readiness
for the week-end they now start
slacking off on Friday. And they
work less hard during the rest of
their working week than they did
before.”

Housewives find the 40-hour
week particularly annoying. For
shops close on Saturdays now.
That means that the housewife
has to carry enough food home
on a Friday to last her over the
week-end. Her favourite cartoon

How Old Will You Live To Be?

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build up the irritant. Barring
accidents, these people reach old

age with sound hearts and
arteries.
The experiments also throw

light on the reason why men are
so much more susceptible than
women to heart ailments in
middle age. The scientists found
that among healthy people aged
20—40 men usually have far more
of the “glue” in their blood.

This research raises an intri-
guing question which experi-
ments now in progress may soon
answer; Is the steady increase in
heart disorders simply due to the
fact that with modern “scienti-
fic’ feeding we absorb more
cholesterol than our ancestors?

It seems significant that long-
lived vegetarians like Mr.
Bernard Shaw take in substan-
tially less of the chemical than
the average not-so-finicky feeder.

PEOPLE who saw me stuffing
strips. of blue paper through
the wire of one of the London







Plate Say Doctor

of herself shows her as a camel.

When I called on Mr. Hollway,
the Prime Minister of Victoria,
the first thing he said was: “I am
going to spend the afternoon
watching some cricket. Would
you care to join me?”

It was a most remarkable game.
At the wicket when I arrived was
the organiser of the match, Gen-
eral Sir Dallas Brooks, the new
Governor-General of Victoria.

He was hitting out at some
rather erratic but fast bowling
from one of Victoria’s leading
Socialist M.P.s.

A Liberal (Australian equiva-
lent of Tory) was keeping wicket
behind him. Political rivals who
in Australia hardly ever meet so-
cially had buried their differences
in an attempt to prevent Sir
Dallas’s Government House team
from defeating Victoria’s Parlia-
ment. They failed. Government
House won, and Sir Dallas, with,
37, made the second highest score
of the match. \

During the tea interval, Lord
Rennell, banker and partner in
London's Morgan Grenfell and
Company, shocked the company
by telling someone that he was)
“out here in Australia to make)
money.” That did not fit in a bit
with Australian ideas of aristo-
cratic dignity, Lord Rennell is one
of several London financiers pros-|
pecting for useful opportunities)
to invest British money in non-|
Socialist Australia. |

Shrewd old multi-millionaire |
cattle man Sir William Angliss,
however, summed up the typical
Australian reaction to offers of
British capital. (He, too, was
there to watch the cricket.) |
“What Australia needs,” he said
to me, “is not so much British
money as British immigrants.” |

If I were a young artisan or a)
young farmer I would emigrate to
Australia at once. There is plenty
of work waiting. Wages are ex-
cellent, taxes lower than in Bri-!
tain, and, with a non-Socialist

Government in power, plenty of!
opportunities for hard-working!
and thrifty men to get on.

I found a party of recent Brit-
ish immigrants working as build-
ers and carpenters on the Kiewa
Dam project. They were earning
£11 a week after taxes had been
paid. Their food and lodging!
were free. So they could save the
whole of their wages, if they}
wanted to, and build themselves
the capital to start a farm or some!
other enterprise,

They had only one grumble,
Said William E. Jones, late of |
Manor-way, Uxbridge, Middlesex: |

“They give us too much meat,
I cannot stand egg and lamb chop
every morning for breakfast.”

L. EB. 8.

4



EMPTY SPACES

By Sir Alexander M. Carr-Saunders |
Director of the Lonaon School of Economics |
(Condensed from Foreign Affairs Quarterly) i

NEW YORK. |

WHO shall fill the “empty spaces” of the

yorld ?
wT his pressing question has come to the
fore to-day as a result of the assumption by
Europeans of control over non-European ter-
ritories during the last three centuries.

These territories were not vacant, and in-
deed were not underpopulated in terms of
skill of the indigenous inhabitants.

But where there was land suitable for
European methods of exploitation in a
climate to which Europeans were accustomed,
and where the indigenous population was
sparse, Europeans settled.

In some of these areas, Y
Australia for example, the natives were
pushed out of the way; in others, South, Cen-
tral and East Africa for instance, regions
were demarcated for European settlement



North America and| |

and the natives relegated to reservations,| |

though employed in European districts as
labourers. ’
In such countries as India and Indonesia,
on the other hand, where climate and meth-
ods of cultivation were unfamiliar and the
population was dense, there was no settle-
ment by Europeans. °
The causes of these migrations were mixed,
but a basic impulse in the whole movement
was the desire of Europeans to expand trade
—in other words, to develop these territories.

The main features of the world population | |

situation at present are the contrast between
rapid growth of numbers in certain Asiatic
countries, whose populations are already



very dense, and the apparent underpopula-| |

tion of certain other areas.

Australia, for instance, certainly looks
empty, and since no Australian authority
seems to put the desirable population of the
continent at less than 20,000,000 or 25,000,000,
we must conclude that, in fact, it is only par-
tially peopled.

In real life, as in Utopia, man’s sense of
justice is offended when valuable land is put

|to no good or profitable use, as in Central

and Southern Italy to-day, where peasants

|are occupying under-cultivated estates. And

when the undercultivated estate is in “the
next land,” or overseas, serious international
problems can arise.

Such differences in density of population
do not, however, mean that there must in-
evitably be a movement from the over-
crowded countries into the sparsely settled
ones. In some instances the peoples of over-
populated areas are too ignorant to realize
their condition, or too apathetic to attempt
to remedy it by emigration; and there are
cases in which the leaders of overpopulated
countries have virtually forbidden all emi-
gration except to areas under the national
flag, as did Mussolini.

About one fundamental matter there can
be no doubt at all. At the time when Euro-
peans first entered East Africa the inhabi-
tants were without even the most elementary
acquaintance with all those scientific, techni-
cal and administrative skills available in
western civilization.



zoo birds to discover a “biologi-
eal explanation” for their fond-
ness for interior decoration

EVEN your teeth can be upset
by mental worries, psychologists
now claim, A test of 49 students
at the Department of Oral
Pathology. Boston, U.S. showed
that those nearest to being
neurotic had more bad teeth than
the thoroughly stable people.

ONCE the hen redstart has
begun, tg. incubate her pale blue
eggs her mate never fnters the
tree-hole nest. How then does
he know when the eggs hatch so
that he can start his tour of
chick-feeding duty?



After patient hours of wartime| 4S the “pull”
watching in a German prison| “push” from home,

camp Oxford’s don-poet JOHN
BUXTON found the answer could
hardly be simpler—the cock bird

a look.

Buxton severely resfricts his
science to watching living birds.
“I believe it is wrong to take

\ life for the sake of knowledge,”

he writes in his study “The

Redstart” (Collins 12s, 6d.) pub-

lished recently.





Responsible Africans now clamour
possess these arts, and non-Africans, how-
ever conscious they may recently have be-
come that the possession of these powers is
no guaranete of good life, rightly think that
it is proper to hand them on.

But if non-Africans are to do this, it can-
not be just by advice; if there are to be
schools and universities for Africans, non-
Africans must set them up and conduct them,
and so must they set up and administer the
machinery of government and take the lead
throughout the whole field. of social and eco-
nomic life.

It was suggested at the beginning of this
article that we may be witnessing the end
of an epoch in the story of population move-
ments.

Recently many things have conspired to
reduce the strength of the forces, summed up

tial emigrants,

a |





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which play upon poten-

National planning, for example, now en-

such planning, coupled wit

keeps popping his head in to have £a8e3 attention everywhere to a greater or
| lesser extent, and in ae countries

the realization

that emigration is no cure for demographic

troubles, has meant loss
ings in foreign lands,









of interest in open-

As regards the sparsely populated countrie
where the so-called “empty spaces” of the

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in-le » . > . : j ewes ; ‘ :
a koe them to come) of the children are from country | did very little work during the| Mental Hospital Hollow Easter Egg in
ee eaaotociaal | districts. 1949-50 year. The Vestry went} Box (Large) ........$1,65
; about 20 phon in Sen tone: They! She pointed out that many of er and brought in a contrac-} In the case against Lionel Hollow Easter Egg in
could all hear what. transpired| the children who are not mem- or to do most of the work for Griffith who was to have Box (Medium) ..... $1.04
‘ sare | appeared before the Court on a Filled Easter Egg (Choc

between him and Mosely and ian Uisitcanccelaiian visor a monthly sum of $120.00 chutes of housebreaking and , basket vendors form a_ block at + tpg apeh ae (Choe st

what Mosely said. No policemen, ARIOUS ENQUIRIES have plus travelling allowance. larceny Mr. Reece. entered a/the Swan Street entrance, Filled Easter Egg

came to him for a statement. A) Seth. Yaciived: bi esting: He felt that it was one of two nolle prosequi. Grifith is now a| Whites Alley: Only a few feet Foiled Bree ae Sia 55¢
: hawker once gave him a $20. 00| Houkd. Oich Gk te Development things, either Mr. Ramsay was in- patient at the Mental Hospital wide but in spite of this, a few Easter Egg (Large) in
Brexiige note, Hin, went (to, the) ind Welfare Organization, for capable or incompetent and add-| ang Mr, Reece told the Court|'@ge packing cases blocking vhe Duck Carriage ...... $1.28
‘hie ae wt is mo! aan copies of the Report of the British ,C4, that it was scandalous and) that he had a certificate from ro Mat the Swan, strer sae Rapier Res (Sed.) in

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say That he did not like police-| Caribbean Standing Closer Asso- dishonest to take the taxpayers’| the Superintendent of the Hos-| Of Stull at the Swat vendors Duck Cartiage ....;. $2.34

SATURDAY, APRIL 1

Guilty Of
Manslaughter

@ from page 1
the gutter.



up in As

Waiked along the side of the

gutter. Mosely called out to him,

and told him if he went up th

road and anyone asked him it

he had seen them he was to say
“no”, 3





he
approached they moved off ana

, 1950



Fire Destroys
| Small Shop

SMALL SNUp WIL Stun Wee
completely destroyed by
fire at St. Simon’s Viliage, ov.
- "Thursday.
tne snop is owned by Alphonso
Meuford of the same address ana
is valued $500. It was not insurea.
CANE fire of unknown origin



Andrew, at about 11.30 p.m. on |





ae



1



| H ‘ | “I am a proud consumer of... .
é urricane
| Relief Work _| GOAT CHOW
eu Professor J. S. Dash, Chairman The cows begin their young ones on .
aS of ~ Hurricane Relief roe
. uarters, suggest te the C t
. \ | Chureh Veer Gore the cous CALF STARTENA
*) j;of his lecture on Thursday that
should be earmarked for ye btainable from H. JASON JONES & Ca, Ltd.



ee

PAGE FIVE





——- —

Vestry Discuss



£50
emergencies in case of a hurri-

cane.
Further up the road he met broke out at Moncrieffe When asked his opinion of the Oe nate ene ee ee eee
Darnley Phillips, Hutson Lovelj| Plantation, St. John at about action the St. Michael’s Vestry

and Prescod. They were talking
about how Mosely had beate..
his girl friend. He left them an.:
went home about half of an hour
later. Before leaving he tolu
them to be careful how they went
down the road.

To Mr. Ward: He saw Mosely
with a sword pushed through his
belt. *

The Defence

This closed the case for the
Crown, and the Defence called
witnesses.

The first, Wilbert Lovell, of
Lodge Road, said that on the
night in question about 11 o'clock
he saw three young men walking
in his direction on Lodge Road—
Reynold Philips, Cleveland
Jones and Leonard Mosely. He
saw them go into a gap, but
instead of continuing down the

8.15 am. on Thursday and de-
stroyead two and a quarter acres
of second crop ripe canes and ont
and a quarter acres of third crop
ripe canes.
| The canes are the property oi
ie I. Webster and were insureu.
N THURSDAY at about 2.30
p.m., a fire broke out at the
residence of Martha Banfield at
Fire Hill, St. Thomas and burnt
a small portion of the eastern
side of the house.
The house is not covered by
insurance.
N ABOUT a week or two the
West Indian Knitting Mill at
| Coleridge Street, opposite the
| Police Central Station, will be
| working in full swing. Already
{the machines have knitted many
bolts of cloth but installation is



should take on the matter, Mr.
Bruce Weatherhead, Church-
warden and Chairman of tne
Hurricane Relief Committee of
St. Michael, told the “Advocate
yesterday that he could not thea
say anything on the subject.

He had just gone into office as
Churchwarden for the Parish, and
that would give him his first op-
portunity to sit on a Hurricane
Relief Committee. However he
was ppepared to give the matter
some “deep consideration in the
near future and also to talk over
the matter with Professor Dash.

The vestry of the parish said
that that question had nevei
come before the St. Michael's
Vestry for discussion and he did
not expect another sitting of the
Hurricane Relief Committee >i
that parish before May this year





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gap, they swerved back to the|still going ahead in the drying A arel 2
highway. He left them there and | room. : : Pp p -
went home. : HE LOCAL R.AF., Associa- THE INNER BASIN of the Careenage is fast becoming a corner for derelicts. French Yawl

Mosely was armed with what
appeared to be an old sword, It
was pushed through his belt.

To Mr. Reece: [ really do not
know what kind of weapon
Mosely had. It may have been a
piece of wood.

Adolphus Brewster of Water
Street Corner said he had been
at home after 10 o’clock when
he heard a shout of murder. He

went out and saw Livingstone}

Lovell who made a statement to

tion will as usual hold their
monthly Meeting to-day. When
this Association first started very
few of the local ex-R.A.F. boys
took an interest but after realis-
ing what benefit they would de-
rive from it, a good many are now
| joining.
| Tt is understood that the Secre-
l tary of the Association has ex-
tended an invitaton to Squadron
Leader David E. Henderson, new-

“Potick”, which sank on Monday, January 16, is still there with its masts above the water while
the Caravel “Nina” with its masts lying on deck is yet afloat with the lighters.

J.T. C. Ramsay
Re-Appointed

Building Supervisor





*‘Adalina”’
Brings Fruit
TEN BAGS of cocoanuts, 560

bags of charcoal, 150 posts and
a little fresh fruit arrived in the



| Condition
Of Alleys

Disgraceful

25 YEARS AGO
(Barbados Advocate, April 1, 1925)
Accidental Death

About 6 p.m. on Monday whilst
a four wheeled cart drawn by a
team of mules belonging to Four
Square was carting canes to the
Plantation a man named Fitz
Maloney of St. Martin, St. Philip,
who was sitting on the cart was
thrown from his seat. One of
the wheels went into a hole jerk-
ing the cart causing it to tilt. The

YOU SHOULD INSPECT THESE
LADIES NYLON NIGHTDRESSES

: Shirred Bodice with frilled shoulder straps. These ate
individually Boxed and make ideal gifts,

LADIES’ ART SILK NIGHTDRESSES



him. He saw Mosely armed with ly appointed Manager of Seawell | the on Thursday evening by rteht hand wheel passed over his In Flowered Jersey.
a sword making oe 2 to a girl,| Airport, and it is expected that} DURING the appoiniments of the 50-ton schooner ‘Adalina, Between 10.30 and 11.30 a.m Soi. .. a — an the
He spoke to Mosely. Mosely paid| he will attend their meeting at| officers and various committees| hic nh 1S consigned to the lyesterday side alleys leading into} same cart, but died on his way LADIES’ SATIN NIGHTDRESSES
him no mind. 5.00 p.m. at the British Council,jat the meeting of the St,| Schooner Owners’ Association. |Swan Svreet were inspected by] to the General Hospital ’
Prescod came down the road| Wakefield to-day. Michael's Vestry on Monday,| here was salle here of in- |02 (Acvecate’”’ Reporter. This is
later on. Jones left the other side Mr. T. W. Miller objected to| tarcolmaldd dealt hae te iidday | What he found: Embroidery trimmed. In White, Pink and Blue.

of the road where they were and
chucked Reynold Phillips on
Preseod. Prescod cuffed Phillips
and then went and stood behind
them,

That “Cuff”

|

SHORTLY after 10.4 a.m. yes-

terday nearly 50 school-
whe Modern High School could be
seen flocking to the children’s
section of the Public Library,

Mrs. Marjorie Callendar, who is



Mosely went up to Prescod,jin charge of the Children’s Sec-

and said

the re-appointment of the Build- |
ing Inspector/Supervisor Mr

children both boys and girls trom|J. T. Cc, Ramsay saying that that

officer had very little work to do|
and was either incompetent or
incapable of doing the work.

In making his objection, Mr.
Miller said that he did so with

yesterday. The only vessel to ar-
rive was the S.S. “Golfito” of the
Elders & Fyffes Line which called
tor passengers to England.

The “Golfito” came trom Trini-
dad bringing ,six passengers tor
this port and 64 intransit passen-

Busbey Alley: One of the larg-
est wayside markets in the City
Roadway only a few feet wide
but trays and carts ‘take up half
of this making it difficult for pe-
destrians to pass up and down
the alley. Rotten eddoes and ba-
nanas scatvered around in the gut-
ters. Bits and lettuce





BEAUTIFUL

EASTER EGGS

HARRISON'S sroan sr.



“that cutt was not for tion. told the “Advocate” yester- ; ers. It took 35 from Barbados of paper —
Reynold Phillips it was for me,/day that these visits iake place soa the i — as Vestrymen ii douthomation. England. This poets around. Entrance from)
for I’m going to put this sword) at least once a month. On th e rates of the parish and vessel is consigned to Messrs Wil- Swan Street partly blocked mt AT

on you tonight”. Prescod did not)
reply.

He (witness) warned Mosely}
again Mosely continued to make}
threats, and he (witness) called|

his wife and daughter and son- |

men. The accused’s mother said
she told Cpl, Mayers to come to
him, and Mayers did not come.

; . rj 5 year ¢ oe r “hi i der scene to see a motor lorry, loaded :
De tained, price 3s, each, at \he during the year and he challenged The Chief Justice ordered that sceie oe non-A , L Perfume Novelty .....3/6 : E
This paoe _ for the| Secretariat, Public Buildings,| 22Y member to get up and refute| the articles which were the sub- with gas ohne Deve Easter Egg in Glass aeeanes
clos e ay Bridgetown his statements. ject of the charge, be returned centre of the road while the drive 1/9, 2/6, 3/- & 3/3
Defence, and Mr. Ward addressed 4 ; lis being abused by two men man-

the Jury. He urged the plea of



last’ occasion children came from
St. Peter.

She said that during the course
of the visit she carried the chil-
dren around the Library and ex-
plained the books to them. Many

bers of the Library, join

ciation Commitiee.

The Organization regrets that
it has no copies of this Report for
sale. They may, however, be ob-

HE BRITISH COUNCIL cen-

had to see that the money was
properly spent, |
|
|
|

In spite of what anyone might
say, he maintained and could
prove that the Building Supervi-
sor in the person of Mr. Ramsay

before | Which they were paying a super-

money
that.
He reiterated that the Building
Supervisor did very little work

and fritter it away like |

Mr, E. D. Mottley strongly de- |

kinson & Hevres Co,, Ltd.

Prisoner In

pital, to the effect, that there, was
no likelihood of Griffith recover-
ing in the near future.

to the owner,

push carts containing oranges,

Lukes
the Busbey Alley wayside market
Swan Street entrance blocked by
faney-basket vendors. A pile of
wood, which belongs to a nearby
bakery stored up one side of the

Alley: Continuation to



trance. Fancy-basket
nearly completely block the Swan
Stree’ entrance.

Middle Street: A very unusual



| ning push-carts. Cars parked at

|

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Card Easter Egg containing
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Choc, Marshmallow Cigars

Soir de Paris Easter Egg





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self defence, Mosely, he told tre, “Wakefield,” will as usual fended Mr. Ramsay and pointed one side and pedestrians have to — porns 2/3 ere ere

the Jury, had deliberately | Pe ci o ie World. ‘The: 1. out that he did not think he was force their way between the lorry Plastic Easter Egg with — “YOU CAN RE-LION IT

attacked the accused, and in that| listeners =. a The es which called upon to do enough work, i. : and the cars: Rubber Doll .........5/6 {| sihiial hit ict

attack he was armed with a Mar ae heoniibeat nan Fe 30 D e but because of that, it could not Fined 20/- " aL regi ale ised. ¢d Easter Chick with 2 } BEING THE SWEETEST TREAT!”
sword. There was doubt as to 9.20 p.m,, is “Othello.” It is| therefore be said that he was in- Wif G t Chocolate Eggs + 6/~ Mh)

whether the knife produced in|‘ "oi" Pole, vol Gielgud, the|C°Mpetent or incapable as was For Assault ile Gets ae Walters

hed flicted ve ar oe Be Sece is Duncan Carse and it|Susgested by Mr. Miller, There H b ad’ E t

had in: e MEY. BUS EVO eee a ee ag; PY was more in it than the actual e 6 al and s sta e

if it was, he was submitting that sag Seg: broadcasting by eye could see and he appealed to A meet of > i: 0 ae ae us Get your supply To-day

the accused was within his rights; “.": 7 members not to get into any po-| °P€ month or in dete AT THE sitting of the Court of

to use it to defend himself from
a man who was armed with a

T, PETER, WITH 56 parts, re-
corded the highest rainfall

litical vendetta.
Mr. Ramsay was a man of cx-

month's imprisonment was ime-
posed on Mahon Osborne of Bank

Ordinary yesterday, His Hoffour

from

Toffee

j rsday ¢ 5 ‘ nah as ‘< Worchin | the Chief Judge, granted letters
sword~a man moreover who had| during Thursday and up to 6) vience. He was recommended| Hall yesterday by His Worship wo ithe ph gg eh ee
i Yclock yesterday morning. For|*~ ho o._ Teer E. A. McLeod. of administration to s | 1
mithey Sell camaeneer ‘00, Mr | that period Bridgetown had no|P¥ men who knew something | M! ett | Straughn of Barbarees Hill, Stiff BRUCE WEATHERHEAD El .

Ward told the jury that accused | rain at all while at the Station
had mae She Renanties while | Hill District 9 parts were recorded.

5 ffing hin The rainfall returns were: Sta-
ose ats Deen cufing DM! tion Hill District 9 parts, St,

He was submitting that the| George 10 parts, St. Philip 8 parts,
he. had roe perfectly St. Peter 50 parts, St. Joseph 7

about building, but if for some
reason the churchwarden and he
could not get on, it was not for
them to crucify him without
hearing his side of the question.



Although there was a Building

He was found guilty of unlaw-j

fully assaulting and ~ beating
Alvan Maynard of Manning Ten-
antry on Marhill Street.

The offence was committed on' by Mr.
January 28.

Michael, to the estate of her hus-
band James Nathaniel Straughn,
ij late of Bush Hall, St. Michael.
D. H. L. Ward instructed
D. L. Sarjeant, Solicitor,
appeared for the petitioner.

Mr.

The Perfection of Confection

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alley.

Bolton Lane: A heap of cloth
and paper on one side of vhe road
; Roadway fairly clean but fancy-





within the law to act as he had| parts, St. James © parte, .* An- Supervisor, it was still within the
acted, and had done nothing| drew 17 parts, St. John 26 parts.) province of the Churchwarden to



SO u

more than any reasonable man
would have done. He should
therefore be acquitted.

Mr. Ward in the course of his
address cited passages of law re~
lating to a killing which had
taken place as the result of a
fight.

‘ne Attack

Mr. Reece replying told the
Jury that the point they had to
decide was whether the attack
on the accused was so fierce and
of such a nature that he could
not have acted in self defence
in any other manner than the
manner in which he had acted.

Mr. Reece dealing with facts
of the case, drew to the atten-
tion of the Jury the fact that
only Brewster had said anything
about Mosely threatening the
accused with the sword, Even
the accused had not mentioned
it in his statement to the Police.

He submitted finally that when
they applied the test of the law
to all the facts of the case, they
vould reach no other conclusion
than that the accused was guilty

of the offence with which he was

charged.
The Chief Justice

The Chief Justice summing up,

and St. Lucy 15 parts.
HE LOSS of a Raleigh bicycle

valued $65 was reported by | pefore the Vestry that Mr. Rani-

Frank Willoughby of Bank Hall
Cross Road. He stated that the bi-
cycle was removed from outside
Messrs. DaCosta & Co, bond at the
Lower Wharf on Thursday.
AJORITA ELLIS of Reid
Street was wounded on her
chin after she was involved in an
accident with National ’bus M-739,
driven by Samuel Downes of
Chapel Gap, St. Michael, at about
; 8.55 a.m, on Thursday. She was
treated at the General Hospital
and discharged.

N ACCIDENT occurred at the
corner of Spry Street and
Dottin’s Alley at about 9.15 a.m, on
Thursday between the motor car
M-1997, owned and driven by
Louis Lynch of Roebuck Street,
and another car, M-2343, owned





and driven by Kenneth Stc.
Hutchinson of Deacons Road.
The right front fender and

right wheel cap of M-1997 were
damaged. The Tront bumper of
M-2343 was slightly damaged.
T ABOUT 3.15 p.m. on Thurs-
day an accident occurred on
Lightfoots Lane between the
motor car M-2496, owned by

bring in an outsider to do certain
work, There was no evidence

The
Barbados
Police

Magazine

say had refused to do any work)
which was requested of him by
the Churchwarden.

Mr. Mottley then moved that
he be re-appointed,

Mr. MeD. Symmonds seconded
and said that as a taxpayer and
Vestryman he highly appreciated
the work carried out by Mr.
Ramsay under the supervision of;
the Churchwarden. |

As a member of the Board of}
Guardians, He knew that Mr.
Ramsay had reported to the office



Copies of this
jourcal can now
be obtained
from

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Price 2/-

never refused to do anything that
was required of him,

After further discussion, the
Vestry by an 11-1 majority re-
appointed Mr, Ramsay as Build-
ing Supervisor, Mr. Miller was the
only member voting against,







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Mails for the United
INVITATION FOR TENDER cinaa"” it? SS, stvenn el be
it Ts, ARTMENT HWAYS AND TRANSPORT under:—
Needs Paper DEP OF HIGHWAYS Fercel Mel at 12 nooa: Saglgencs

SEALED TENDERS will be received at the Colonial Secretary’s | Ml at 1 p.m.: ordi att Se
BUENOS AIRES, March 31, | Office up te noon on the 15th April. 1950, for the supply of Barbados Mane tor an pest Taso.

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hese ; ; the Sch. Garden ge", Trinidad, by
or of sympath é ; ¢ 7
ow one s eS ae ' of newsprint “by the Argenting Limestone. Marl Filling and Earth Filling to _ ee * at thes (General = agp be closed
a SSP HAL who. died on| *O11SF Government in the meanwhile pang ng Transport ior a period of eleven (11) months from the os am, oe = Ordinary’ Maile }
Monday March, ; “ . rgentina’s leading newspaper “La May, 1950. ' Malis fo es .
Inniss ury Road, SEA QUENN”’—Hastings. From Ist oe ore per ’ re or Grenada the Sch. Ani
Bt Michal, i's. socin | May. Apply: Mire, Marion Giths,” Dial Im Carlisle May cree will be unable to appear 2. A separate tender for each division tendered for should be Office wa eygoeed tthe General Post
an - << -S:| M0 PORT: ah. Alexandrina R., Sch. Feeutem:Flewy, Geb. Tustle Dove, Sch wie comne ne to an an~ | submitted in respect of each or any of the following divisions: — Parcel, Registered and Ordinary Mails
FOR SALE FLAT — At Carlton. Black Rock| Lady Noeleen, Sch. Mary M. Lewis, Geraldine H., Sch. Gardenia | W Pr hi pu by i [at 9 am. on the Ist April 1959.
crseninal lane Phone 2650. 1.4.50—2n. | Aux. Sch. Cachalot, Sch. Manuata, Sch Sch, Blue Nose Mac, Sch. Hazell Scott ensa which gives 1 de- : i ae
——S———S==_==Z Pe ae DOrtae, ‘Sch. Anita H., Sch.’ Zita Soh. Reginald N. Wallace: Sch. Prin | tails of the newsprint and (a) Northern Division—Parishes of St. Lucy and St. Peter. shales
AUTOMOTIVE 4 CORDEA COTTAGE: -- Meson Hall Wonita, Sch. Emanuel C. Gordon, Sch. cess Louise: Sch. Felicia Monica: points out that despite ha’ re- (b) Southern Division—Parishes of Christ Church. St. Philip
CAR—One 1947 Standard 8 H.P. ir \ 7 ane Ta.so-2n. s.3 vauibicn PaMidt tts et. C pt er H. ye Revd. S. Brewer ar os ee oe te re Sa When rBACK
. excellent diti fe) driv — . » 4, PN, ERS ee ae een at ; this year ese are —Pari "
j cxeelient condition. Owner _ driv peigwa an tenant two un- Sapsworth, from Trinidad; Agents: Wil- and age. Fieweret: Miss ui. « oBlsdes'| possession of the Atepitine tus (c) Eastern Division —Parisnes of St. Andrew and St. Joseph.
5 31.3.50—3r furniged 4 flats Se anmene Gamweniencts ae ae rida nee, Capt. Mrs. G. W. Cresswell: Mrs.'J. Eegies-| thorities in keeping with recent : ACHE oo
ie. Rees PC Ak A ae * "1...5 tn. | Flemming, from St. Lucia; Agents: Sch. field: Miss F. Egglesfield: Miss S. Exg-| rulings whereby all newsprint (d) Western Division — Parishes of St. Michael, St. George, St. ee0e
‘AR—One 1948 Hillman, excellent con : ‘ esfield:; Mr. J. Goddard: Mrs rs
ke tion. One Fiat 6 Cylinder in good | —>-——— Renner leewcecee, | OURO Ser meting by: ‘thin: vessel: Hematamei anil te aaeamemelinn. Mie supplies are automatically Thomas and St, James. The kid is usually caused by izy kidneys,
E orking order. Cole & Co Tad - at._dns Ve On See. rt Worthings. 4 waceet’ ees 4 Hope-Bell: Mr. | Gerad he gg od i hr eninge subsequently 3. A tenderer under paragraph 2 may also submit a separate they get ae the blood’s filters. When
. -—_-__—_—__—. } veniences will furnish te approved tenant. | From Trinidad: 4 hn See yee ma: * . “| 2 out to various news- > excess acids and
Ms 1,4.50—2n. Mr. Andrew J. Atridge: Mr. Jo J.

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; : Mr. RB. Marshall: Mrs P tender for any combination of Divisions tendered for under para- Washes
SAR—1— Dodge Car. Suitable | Dil 4100, 3 : 4 .| Papers. Prensa claims that all in the
oe be Mee Gh ie on: teed --——- Frederick Cameron: ser ie ican Ber iar ae a ieee ea tne | efforts. to. obtain zelanan of news- | 8T@Ph 2 on the basis of paragraph 6, except that for the final words 9 backache I =



J. Donovan, Society Garage, St John. | ROOMS | - (3) Cool and comfortable | Mi. Kenneth Rewards Mitre Ada Gyn. Palmersianen, hea peter eats print have been unsuccessful and| “OM spot anywhere within the Division” read “q spot anywhere

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with ‘all’ mdern conveniences, with or | this Trimmingnem. oo. Mr and Mie BM. ©. Robinson atte: | UDeSs authorities relinquish sup- | within the combined Division.” seen fellow, To make your kidneys
thout meals: Dial 2H spin | SS. Golfito, 4,808 tons net, Capt. N. M. Robinson: Mr. J. C. Rose: Mr. pre ee chou its own 4. Samples of limestone of the quality required may be seen, toe Dede etic in order —
ae Rey eC ee, Se ee a oP eee a: ae 3 ne a hee and particulars of quantity and size likely to be required, may be | Pills quickly rid your over-bordased bend
S| Nn Svea ‘User Goode | famsowrers leaving Oy this veesl Wethes: Me. G. Waloot Mb. 3 _,/piced, with impossibility of ob- obtained on application at the Department of Highways and ‘Trans- pseess acids and wastes so that pure,
CAR—One (1) Austin 10. Engine good,| bathing. For further particulars Dis ere: — . sd-claiwos to 3 vr) ~ | port. to every nerve and muscle.
tires good. No reasonable offer, refused 3124. Alma Lashley. 1.4.50—3n IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION of Seems countey's Iain nee 5. Tenders are to be made on forms which can be obtained at Then ro iee better —look better —work
Ph 8172. -4.50—In. | - . 7 pro- - a better i i
nade: AT RM te FLAT Gey, furnished flat ef 4 | Cable and Wireless (W.1) 11d. advise macstar, §.8. Esso go Amuterdam, S.8. Hol- vincial newspaper—did not ap-|the Colonial Secretary’s Office on payment of a deposit of Five | ; Inaist on ti ts euae Dodd Kidney
ARS—One evrol Truc vith | Cawrence Gap. Phon: unicate wi e rg, S.S. mherst,. S.S. t . i ; i 7
re iene eee ante x 2.3.60—n |] tonswing ‘ships tarough their Barbados “Sat Albea'Cliseet, Matinee Slee Pole oe morning and will be un- | Dollars ($5.00). After a contract has been entered into, those per- Pils in the blue with the red
tyres). One 1987 Touring Ford Cor with —~— | Coast Station :— S.S. Amakura,- 8,8, Canadian Challenger, | 0! to resume publication until} sons who may have submitted bona fide tenders will have their | bands. Only 2/- at all stores
or without engine. One 1988 Chevrole'| LITTLE HAMILITON—St. Lawrence S.S. Brazil, S.S. Alcoa Ranger, SS. Del SS. Athelstane, S.S. Shemawa, S.S.| ‘he authorities release newsprint. a 424
Car body with gear box and differential {on cea: unfurnished 3 bedrooms, - Norte, 8.8. Nidarland, 8S. Fort Peqoune Convene ae 86. Zeece, 55, Merce —Reuter. deposits refunded; but no person or persons who may refuse to enter a + °
me 1988 Chevrolet Chass Ap Apply to Miss Bayley rathon, St 3.5. Dolores, S.S. Pygmalion, S.S. , ‘od—LMTJ,: SiS, Sunrell, S.S. Richmon . ! = Se
. oe ee i wrence: Ring 8144. No Pets | Sis peitish” Cavalier, SB. Mundial, BE’ Caste, MEO Bhiveten EMIT Ge oe into a contract. when so called upon shall have the deposits made by || POSE |
f or P. A. Vanterpool, Barbados Advocate 1.4.50—In | South Mountain, S°. Elizabeth A, Flan- Ranger, S.S. Esso,.S.S. Abraham Lin- ‘them. refunded, and these shall be forfeited and paid into the For MARL, SAND, (i
j Lsi0)—in rer marttay | eee oe ore olan SB Mor, Ricca, Femiace an. a, Cumeae, 5. ! tare. Chatto Locke: Mike) Brune Leh: Treasury. i
f OFFICE—One Office over Pasting’ Calliroy, S.S. Star of Ramleh, S.S. Alcoa, Pennant, S.S. Alcoa Patriot. Mrs. Edna Leacock: Mr. Dudley Lea. , GARDEN MOULD.
VESTOC undry Depot., Marhill Street. Apply cock Jr. Mr. Fitzroy Jackman: . Mrs 6. The prices tendered must be based on the payment of wages ? }
u . Oe ne ree Te oa ‘ Vevtony: Lee hae: aa hun’ At. | at current standard rates in the trade, and shall be the flat rates per and LIME
HEIFFR CALVES—At Kingsland Dairy ie { Ophelia Gopaul: Mr. Wilfred Alston. | Per cubic yard at which the tenderer would contract to supply materials
Dial Bs8s, AS S|) | PIsAT One upstades. Bat at; Bay tele Mr. John Hobson: Mrs. Ursula Hobson: | on spot anywhere within the Division pply Dial 4503
— os ion — Bay Street. ae x Mr. Keith Piggott; Mrs. Nancy Piggott: ny ‘ . ; SS,
cn 1 Apply: ae. Trot- Ayatenie — Ist. Apply ay oem Miss Mildred Pigwott: iiss Ruth Pigott: 7. Tenders are to be addressed to the Colonial Secretary and SSS,
, Tombury , Christ Skinner. Phone 4064. Ms nis Piggott: Mrs, Laura ion: w i a
1.4,50—3n 26.3,50—3n Miss Margot Lewis: Mr. George Deno. | marked “Tender for the supply of Stone to the Department of High- ali a.
$$ __—_____—-- a ca jnaham: Mrs. Evelyn Kernaham: Mr | briga: Mstr. W. MacKenvie- . ”
HORSE — One reliable riding horse | HOUSE—Newly built house on Rocko" pro ARRIVALS — BY B.W.I.A.L. | Domingo Sentelli: Mia, Gilda Sentelii: | pri’, Mist. W. MacKenzie: Mrs, Moll: | ways and Transport. ; “eG het. ee oat NOTICE
(mare). Price $120.00. Phone 300... Bay, sor four to six montha y fe. | Lydia Richardson: Ralph Blackman: i os 8. The Contractor will be required to give security in a per- jake 7 BROWNE havin
——_—______ _—_________ | Saker ‘car also supplied if required. Fo | (. R. B, Brown: Mark Nero: Luello ——— | sonal bond with two (2) approved sureties in the sum of One Hun-(\/\} ment for reasons “of ieaittesh
Pits at een nae phone 9179. Maffel 281 or 8230 after 4. ? F. ©: § | aston Arthur: John Drayton: Ann dred and Twenty-five Pounds (£125) in respect of each Division for ers that hus friends and custom.
nee aoe * " 1,4.50—2n- ” ' 29.3.50—6n Oe aes maby At; the due performance of his Contract. 3rd of April, va eee
63 “ONITCRL Marni Seema: a. St. next to W. B.| T° Trinidad: 9, The Government does not bind itself to accept the lowest or FSS:
_ POULTRY Hutchinson sa 7 vw cond partials Mrs, Flora Hadley: Mrs, Sinbass Ker- any tender, and only tenders submitted on the prescribed form will NN ESS
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COCKS—Two (2) Rhode Island Cocks| "* °PP'Y 14.3.50—t.f.n be considered. Mine
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FURNITURE 8957. 25.3.50,—t.f.n. 3 Bolling TEL Gets Hotwwane with
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Cy ee eT dabetn: Mirae aaiamaar oii Ee 4 ein cides cea | INSPECTION OF PUBLIC SERVICE VEHICLES AND Enamel Gas Hotplans wie EY y-
ae iad cates eee rte ceant.4 RENEWAL OF LICENSES reversible Gril fo, Which isa

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TLEC RIA HOUSE—Iaieas Street. A de- through feuty kidneysaction. Regulation 16 (6) of the Regulations made under Section 7 of WE a'SLeeRisLrcisi pasche ce
a CTRICAL QeuRTokatiee stand. With or with Other sympvoms of Kidney | 8 (6) 8 ++ $26.46

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| the Motor Vechicles and Road Traffic Act, 1937-16, requires that
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vehicles, goods vehicles or trailers shall before the 30th day of April, ——_—
make application to the Commissioner of Police who shall appoint a

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ELECTRIC COOKER—American a fixtures and furniture. Contact tmenad
i point Eleetrie Cooker. As new, four] »tfely Theni Bros., nee am Y
) roints and oven. Phone 9179 Street. Dial 3466. 31,3.50—t.f.n eee een oatne
3 1,4.50—n en Cesena ee pene name
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time and place for the examination of the same.
ing Machines. We have found best afte] ehowers, telephones, verandahs. Tele ret to the root cause of the trouble. i ° e EBB
test here and abroad, Some of the early rhone 2949, 31.3.50—t.f. | Phe Cystex treatment is Specially compounded 2. Applications should be submitted before the 29th day of
“Thors” installed 20 years ago are still +0 soothe, tone and clean raw, sore, sick kidneys April, 1950.
in oneration, PONNTE DUNDEE. St. Lawrence Gan | and bladder and remove acids and poisons from . : ‘ - i ‘ +.
The EMTAGE ELECTRICAL CO. filly furnished except Linen. From Jn reas fig mv quleeiy and reise 7% ose 3. Forms will be supplied on application to the Transport Section
28.3.50-—-*' | nnd the ist September onwards. Anniv | iains no harmful of dangerous drugs. Cys of Department of Highways & Transport; but will not be sent through
me aca ae ea FC Boyce, Dundee, St. Lawrence. | vorks in 3 ways toend your troubles. ewer pork e Stocks — Bonds — Shares
RECEIVER SETS—Hallicrafter S 4/| pial 240, | 15.3.50—t.f.n. |" your Kidness, Bladder ond Urinary Systen, | the post. i i Both local and forei
A ene Seana. aR maar Ub Or iemaees Yen M6. ADUBLANELY DAERIIGGS | CO 4. Inspection of these vehicles will commence on Monday 17th Bought and Sold ”
asn. a a) .
| ‘ashlev's Limited, Pr. Wm. Henry St. | 2. Gets rid of health-destroying, deadly poison- April, 1950.
Pan ee 1.4.50—2 PUBLIC N@TICES | cone sthcig, Vhich your system has bee 5. Owners of vehicles are hereby reminded that vehicles which +.
, by Jn 4 . . a
i. er 3. pincer tig lg ier Sle etna are not passed as road-worthy by the 30th June, 1950, will not be
— _RAPIOS—Mullard Radios — 5 Tubes Bora hae deetits, rp ‘ . 1
§ 1° to 560 Meters — $50.00 Cash, Terms ates the entire sen a pee permitted to operate after that date. 55 Roebuck Street, B’town.
B can be oxveniied Dial ane: Lashley’: “+ 225 easily earned by obtaining orders} , Projsed by Doctors, Chemists, and (Sed.) R. T. MICHELIN, Dial 3188 Hours 9—3
as L ted: Pr. m. enry § ; 7 . «ae 3
£ imitea: Pr Oe for private Christmas Conte tian ll : One-time Sufterers oo Commissioner of Police. { tee eaten sigs)
f ' No previous experience systex is approved by rs and Chemists in : i ee es tole tor Meanttiat free ae Soenitiae and Be Rees Une a fry tne Police Headquarters, WPS SODDOSSSSUOSODOOOS OU,
+ r roubles shown above, rd. writes. “J am ‘
: MECHANICAL emple ae See ate z yeare old ou have tufered with tertibie | Bridgetown,
— TER— ; Rov: remost ers; co: jon ckaches and pains, continually getting up a 3.50. 25.3.50—3n. NOTICE
Tinewriter in good workins grger | arvellous money making opportunity | Mont, and, thanks (0 Cystex i am much bette | eae on
Apply: C. B, Rice & Co., Bolton Lane «nes, Williams & Co., Dept. 10 Victoria | wonders Cystex has worked with me seem al« —
$1.3.50 ‘orks, Preston, England.” eet, tepoesibie. i an wert £1 a box thep Ww.
entrar would still be wor 5 T e beg to remind
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MISCELLANEOUS % Coqeentnel.06 Sat Vee mae SHIPPING NO ICES ee that ry
—ciilteoandieteabonienal PERSON AL or Money Back m Lirocery

AMFRICAN. TOWELS AND FACF
CLOTHS—In assorted sizes. For the best

election in town. The Novelty Store The pub ereb.
Corner MeGregor and Broad Streets. giving ee me — wine Gee

Department will be closed
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bados Inter-School Athletic Sports at Kensir
afternoon.
P. H, Haynes (Class I) Harris:
Ludorum with 27 points, having carried off
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School with } 10 lea
was ‘ Com pere | i ers of the Pickwick
i8 | Cricket Chub for the use of their
the Allewne | froun which were in splendic
i nd we ot like wha
Inter-School Cuj os ¥ used to be n he used
mh was competed for between! run years a
ige. Party ari the Alley Mrs. Savage then presented th
Schools, was won by Coleridge}Cups and Pr Three cheer
wi 1@ points e then git for the Governc
ond Mrs. Savage and the gather-
At the coficlusion of the events| ing separated
Mrs. A. W. L. Savage, “ife of thx i
Govérnor presented the Cups an Following are the events:—
Prizes.
rr whi} 1 LONG JUMP—Ciass 11. Record
Ideal weather prevaile i Werke 00s Ok, 0 Oe toe
throughout the entire aftern D. Dougies (Li: Sind C. Archer LC
3rd C. Springer (A Distance 15 ft €

ani e light breeze was blow
from the south-east. giving

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nes Victor Ludorum
At Inter-School Sports

HARRISON COLLEGE with 118 points, won the Bar-

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the Advocate’s cameraman eaught this group:—Left to right — Everton

Goddard, Jack Kidney, Roy Marshall, Rev. Palmer-Barnes, Gerry

Cricketers

Golfito for their |
John Goddard, West Indies cap-|

rather cooling effect F.C. Ramsay (C) 1938, ¢ ft. 7 ins.—Lst
The Kensington Stand wa: | (oh. 'SH Cy Hemnt ait Tint ieqiek
cked i ost with spec-| ied ay A oi
mg anaes aa Oates a ; YARDS—Class 1 Record -—L On board the “Golfito
a ie Ree Coreen Tt w i) 10H, 10 1710 soce—I8l Weekes Jeffrey Stollmeyer, John
ee ee cae Sapna eas ve ie meen Gomez, Clyde Walcott and “Boogles” Williams
cho lidren.j ‘#.C 3rd Inniss (1 Time 10% secs c y ;
ls ier ee Gs ae 4 toe YARDS—Ciass Il Reennd :—J
the spectators most was the higt Srercton 1c Toad Redes a fra Har:
jump, Division 2, when E. V) ‘qn ec ede ran aE,” Meeuba ta: ar a Os
Yearwood of Colerig¢gze School! ,°; "Evelyn iH 1935, C. B. Forde iC
demonstrated the “Western Roll | ar Ae Dougall kb one Aner ‘
With that style of ju &, Year-| “Gs YARDS Class IV. Record 20
wood’s body was parallel to the|/M. Browne (H) 1 a, 9 9/10 secs. ist om eam or ng an
bar when going over. He brought! Niles (C); 2 Se ee ee 4
nly first for his school, scal-| “7 "se yarps—c 1. Record :—L.
ae in ws ee ine ri aa sen a Hae Players Given Hearty Send O
bands c ind Haynes rd
Inniss (1 Time secs
Equals Record 1 © ie ZARDS Clase Ih Record :—t. BARBADIANS packed the Baggage Warehouse yester-|
R. Forde (Class IV) of Comm! navnds (90); 208 Hota eT: on day morning and many more sport fans lined the wharf |
bermere equalled the record ~~ CLC) Tite 53 8 site. ora.~| When the Barbados members of the 1950 West Indies team |
ee Se fee ot rt oi eas ee a ee eS boarded the launch to take them to the S.S.
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FP. C. Ramsay also of Comber-} ua, ic. Dougall (L); 3rd Archer ber England
mere in 1938 i ime 23 secs voyage to England.
< VARDS—Class IV Record -— § — aos

Although there were no records
broken, yet the events w
ly contested and fine Ar
witnessed. }

Both sprint events of Class i
were won by P. H. Haynes of Har-|



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rison College, with Austin Hus-} odes. tna ermere: 3rd Poundation 7 ;
bands his team mate running a] ; moe JUMP—Class I. Record e e a 3-0
close second tt Morrison (H.C): Sed written, mee |
The 440 (Class I) was thrill-| r¢ Barrow (1). Height 5 ft. 8% ins DURING a fast game in which |
ing. Tom Clarke of Harrison) ,'*, MGR JUMP—Class I $2" 7 | Everton showed themselves mas-
College started a gruelling pace| isi years Cl.): 2nd Jordan (Lj; 3rd] ters of their Y.M.P.C. opponents
from the gun, and increased hi:| “ile gp TE BE, 1% ins from start to finish, they gained!
lead. to win comfortably from R | L. Crichlow #1 190k Bee coe To a 3—0 win when the two teams
Rock also of the College. A. A. (H.C); 2nd Rock (HC); Hinds played their Second Division
Mibwdn cominetitors entered ite! © Time $2} secs._ ait Meant football match at the Park yes- |
880 yards. Clar} H. ¢ ok the} 43, 55 3/10 secs. ist | terday evening. All three goals |
lead early and held it for about] % iL): and Ha H.C); 3rd] Were scored in the first half and |
. J { Eve H.C Mi sex | within 15 minutes of half time, |
500 yards. Glasgow LONG 31 MP Record :—/ Murray Bishop and White claim-
HA Ba Srd Hu ing one each
wert eee age Ee Play was concentrated chiefly
i Wiceeas ie A ast the Y.M.P.C.’s area with
{ Sed Year j occasional spurts by their for-
ae ... = ® is w ard line in atterapts to score
1 + ist Thorne | = n displayei good combin-
Bre 3rd Wat a. | ing and their neat way of making
1 7% wo - | long passes kept them in Pos -
oP eee age seu | Session of the ball for lengthy
4 Ate érd
first goal came to
CHAMPION SCHOOLS. jo50 af a careful forward movement
‘ ? A 1 was climaxed by a power-
r Y ; +> ki i long range shot by
inter-S eti Murray.
is r ail The ne goal followed within
; CHAMPIONS | five minutes. Y.M.P.C. had been
; feet Re (Lodge) with 1 ; awarded a corner kick and when}
Sy ‘ ; Dougall (Lodges with 13 | the Everton full back cleared, ;
AS us ba Had | Class FV Webster (H.C) with | their forwards hurried down and!
a fine port, a am) RESULTS OF 1950 MEETING |had no difficulty in netting their |
Some ¢ t we - Pat Hayne second through Bishop on the
keenly conte : 1 right wing. About three minutes |
year. 4 | before half time, White, the/
He also thanked O. H.} 19% | Everton centre forward took a/
Johns Mr. R Mr . well-pudged try from right
E Jones for g nted | within the area to beat Archer
in bars
During the second half, play

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Left to right
Gerry Gomez, four
for a chat with O. S. Coppin, Advocate’s Sports Editor
the Baggage Warehouse

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ANTENNA--SMART? V4
WAITLL & You &
' I. CAME HOME FROM
AYING GOLF ---I SHOOT

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Prior Jones, Lance Pierre, Jefirey

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of Trinidad’s representatives on W.I. team sto}

took the form of what is usually
seen before a match begins,

jt 1 practising their goal keeper
‘Everton made continual attacks

at Y.M.P.C.'s nets, but the|
energetic full backs Sayers and

the unflagging activity of Archer

! bars, negatived all their

effort

teams were

Evertor Bowen Culpepper,
Hall, Seale, Archer, Scott, Mur-
ray, Olton, Eddy, Bishop and
White

Y.M.P.C.:—= Arche Sayers
Dash; Marshall; Austin; Skinner
Bourne; Hasell; Drayton; Edghil

and Greenidge

The Weather
TO-DAY

Sun Rises: 5.58 a.m.
Sun Sets: 6. 10 p.m.
Moon (Full) April 2
Lighting : 6.3@ p.m.
High Water: 2.43 am., 2.52
p.m.
YESTERDAY
Balaton (Codrington) .15
ns,

Total for Month to Yester-
day 2.10 ins.

Temperature (Max.) 83.5° F.

Temperature (Min.) 70.5° F.

Wind Direction (9 a.m.) N.
E. (3 p.m.) E. by N.

Wind Velocity 13 miles per

| hour

Barometer (9 a.m.) 20.99%

(3 p.m.) 29.889.





Stollmeyer and

on arriving at

But WHEN He WANTS
TO PLACE A CALLS ~

CALIROMAIA WALNUT GROWERS’ ASSN, |
“ES East B

tain, Everton Weekes, Clyde Wal-
cott, Roy Marshall and C. ‘Boogles’
Williams, the Barbados selectees
embarked here yesterday morning. |

Mr. F. A. C. Clairmonte, Senior!
Vice-President of the Barbados}
Cricket Association and a West!
Indies Test Selector was a passen- |
ger for England as well. He will!
spend his long leave. there and}
witness the tour. |

Trestrail the Trinidad mem-

bers of the team and Robert

Christiani, British Guiana’s

lone representative.

The ship arrived at about 7 a.m
and the Barbados personnel were
embarked shortly after 9 a.m. The
Trinidad and British Guiana play-
rs still had time to make a quick
p ashore and renew acquaint-
ymces or make sorne snap pur-
chases in the city.

Everyone was shaking hands or
wishing some member of the team






good luck but eneral trend of
comment was this was the
best West Indian team by all
round standards ever to leave
these shores

One particular enthusiast after
carefully inspecting a large kennel
that was to be shipped shouted
“Skipper Goddard yuh carrying da
big case to hold the runs we gine
mek?”

The “Golfito” remained in port
only a few hours and left for Eng-
land before mid-day





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Mr. J. M. Kidne
the team, making his third trip to|
England in this capacity, and the
Reverend R. C. Palmer-Barnes.|
assistant manager left yesterday |
as well. |

Â¥Y, Manager of |

on board were Jef- |
rey Stollmeyer, Gerr; Gomez, |
Lance Pierre, Prior Jones, |
Sonny Ramadhin and Kenny

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SATURDAY. APRIL 1. 1930 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE SEVEN CLASSIFIED THANKS f -m it ( jixt IrtU-" of •Mrt|t. l '.l.< of the death o( my r. 'NT JOtfPK HAU. wko dli Monday JTth -tarer.. 1W0 Iiinlaa Hull, Waatbury Head. St. Michael I 4 %  *>—In FOH SALE UTOMOTlVE .*? Standard 8 II P r "itrellent condition Owner rtr-v Often lo L. L. Gltlen*. Phone 31.9.30IT fHB Hlllman. i -dor Co!* Co %  I tetf Dodge Car •suliao'. lo be converted to Van n J Done-van. siv (sj-age 8". John. CAB—One M) Autn 10 BWl foaaj No meaonable off" — *u*>d Phone 1111 1.4 50— In. I <.*• 1*3* Chevrolet Truck '-It' nrw r 'Ml itir"n* inn >".. 1HBT TcxHr* Pe-el r-r with tl m, <. r Oothe. A%  I We heve bund '\ ibmnd Somr of the earl' I -lied M year* 0*0 are %  III! IWCEIVEH SETS ltnll ct.tC I I .>< five In Hock: Term, eon be emuifed llrnry St. MM "AMILTON- 1*' %  l>no*M BM MLtTnvlev M.iro'hon. !f( Rrna B'44 No iv1.4.50-ln 'irnre on* office .-dry Depot Martull ^ %  nitary laundry Co. SI 3 ,at—t fa n-4T One iir-Ub-" flat at Bay l^.r •ton May Street F\illv luml*"t A^lloble AprH lt Apply Mra. J A Skinner Phone 4064 30 3.50 On I'Orsr-—Newly hullt houe eH-' Ito*. for four to al" month* Fully Mr"Ithed. with linen and rutlery Studehaker ear nlao %  upplled if required FO 'nr-her nartlctiUra phone P C 51 Miiffel 3101 or J0 after 4pm TO j ' n OFFICE MorhlU 9. nairt to W Mutrhlneon Co Por further part leuUr. pply W B. Hutehlnn 4 HOUSE—On* lame hou*e on th Iwrence. Fully furnl-hed BSST. 15 3 501 f n FOR RENT. Prom let April IhwUil*. --emiorNo. 0 Swan ffreet Sultab!"— Are""-* or ilmtlar type of tni-in**. ""-!•?• Immediately on PremlwNo :.n S'reet )1 3 V> kf J vTirr "OI'SE-lAican street A d->i—hie builnea* rtimd Wl*h xtiir— ^nd rurnitiB-e Contact immedin* Prince Wi'Him l|en •—H Dial 3408. 31 3 50-t I n mrvHAIXlW. alo FUt. far"" %  firmlahed from Mav !•* Fn*!!h hath* wl'h hea 1 'IlltPhPOaa, verandoh* Tei" hone 4 31 3 %  • "W!F nUNDEE. %  > *M" fumUhed rcept Ui A "he Ift September on C BarM, Dundee. D.I HH ,>., rfsi %  %  '%  .it Nfrler. tftO Ofl ("Son Term. Dial 45MI..hlev'i,l IV Wm. Il>i %  I IM Jr. >..MECHANICAL S'.in'i--il rase In rood tea rain fl order Tl Rke Cnd h."d litev' 9 I 4 w |ri POim (i'.\ss WO** C %  l.'r for Dtv Oood* U I 4 50— < • VISE etrFFTs '• -nd f lere-h. %  -. %  %  l/l In earlmia i. ( re fnmpany. Traf^lrsItree" I.I M if. riAI.VANTJw" P1PFH •> FtTTKr-C .>. I', m. a: t* , UM Trr. Co T—f'i.r %  %  ""''-I '(* W I %  mms-HFironnn vott WANTFO >,-* n-1 Ihei'rr Vren !%T—> "l.Here and Bin* feeo"i. Bhum %  lfi^o R/v.. vneel* hv An I", w -ii^rr., Mill* Brother* etc A. Bume. A Co 11 I Vt t PI "IPF HFPF'I -..-(-^ r.<— •--• %  (1APT.-FR • % %  • -;FJ'ns Fre-,'KH'-hen and Flow %  WF-ATHFJtHEAn LTD 31 3 VI T-lehi %  Seolch Snuff " rent* per 4 or tin Get I. .. WFATltrBIIEAD-8 DRIv; 31 3 50, 2n Urually '"VRFil 7 y -m lT,1V • onno-.,nl.v .1 thl. BTiee Dear-. Cinece Ud | oj *i -o .. %  %  mln food ronlaln B3 Price M cenU per lb rkhtalnable from all Grocer• ~<* fttnrea M 3 5ft—Iri '. Tim MFIP ASRISTANT MANAGER or MAN A rfTRM Rn.*e^er—fama, t Ho „, T oho(|o Good Snl-r-. -mlUble middle aje or retted nerwtn of culture VV C o Advocate Co. 31 3 503n WANTED IMMEDIATELY an" x r-.-I-^ced conk, npp'v with reference t, Wuodtare. Pina Hill. St MJi-ivel II 3 tft-ln I 1 ANE0IIS CtTSTOMEIul TO KNOW The, r rTothe* amartly toilorod a' flit*** at .horteet notkw. Call or cor to— C. 8 ABClfllt Uieut Street. Telephone 4AM 30 I HO IM III M' XOIM l> '£25 ** ul •"*•* %  obUlning order* for private CTirlatrnaa Caro from nur friendo. No pravtoui eaperlenr. -reaaary Write today foi beautiful fre* %  mple Book lo Brltalni la Treat ano einoet rnibllahari; hlsheei conuruaalori t valloua raoney ma kin* opportunlly Doa, Wllllajaa tk Co.. DapU 10 Vlciorv. %  -k<. Preaton, Endond." For Soutraunpton: Mn A M. Arthur: Kevd. S. Brewer . R MarabeJl Mn E. N. L. Paion Ml*a S M Hrv. ft C. Pulmer-Borne* and Mr* i'aii I *r-ljnnaij Maatcr Peier piiliiierBariia*: Ma* I or Paul Palmer-1 la m e. Mr and MM. B. H O Robuiaon. M) N. M> fkotMnaoii: Mr J C. Kaat: Mr nd Mr*. H. OT* Skinner: Mr Ceci; Walrott: Mr O WillUnu Mf 1 E Week**: Mr. C Waloott: Mr. D. R 1 re:— Youn* IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION Cable and Wlrelea* lW.1.1 Lid., advit* macilor. S S. Efao Am ss. ATnakur*. SS Canadian Cliailcnoer SS Braril. SS Alcoa Ranger. SS. Del SS. AtsebUne. SS Shentaua, S.S '.'darland. S.S. Port Duqueane CanyunHPZW S8 Toaca, SS Mecca-r"a"on. SS Golfllo. M -LMTJ. S.S. Sunrell. SS KiehmonJ S. BntUh Cavalier. 89. Sundial, 88. '*alkt. S-S. Sarpedn run ss South Mountain. S ** Eliiabeth A. FlanlUnacr. 88. Eaoo, S.S. Abraham Lin%  an. SS. Oracle. S.S. He D* Re. SS. coin. SS Planter. 55. Geiona t> , Ooveroment and subsequently parcelled out to various newa;>jp<'rs. Prtnm claims that all efforts to obtain release of newsprint have been unsuccessful and urueaa nuthoniies relinquish supexhaust its own stock? : 'ossibllity of ob.aining newspnnt despite repeatto .'Utnonties La Capital of Hosano—country's leading provincial Dtwt^sjuper did not apiar this morning and will be unable to resume publication until r.e authoritiei release newsprint. —ReuarT. .OVFII>,Mar;M NOTICE Mn CUrie Locke: Matr. Bruce Lcc>eMr. Kdna Lcwcork: Mr IXidley loi-ock Jr Mr Fltiro) Jackman Mr* Anita Jarknain Mrs. Ivy Lea; M>. \m*n l*e: Mr. Percy Philip. Mr* Ophelia Qopaui: M. Wilfred Akfton Mr John Hobaon: Mn. l>r*uU Itobann : BwOVl Mis Nancy Pl*au PlftSaH MtU'-ith llMott M*tr Donl* r-laatolt: Mn inara La Won Ml.i Mai-rot If... Mr George Den.) '-nga Matr W Man-Kcnne Mn. Moll INVITATION rXJR TENDKR DErAKTMENT OF HIOIIWATS AND TRANSPORT SEALED TENDEIIS will be received at the Colonial Secretary's Office up to noon on the 15th April 1930, for the supply of Barbados Limestone. Marl Filling and Earth Filling to the Department of Hignway:. and Transport lor a period of eleven (11( months from the lit May, i50. 2. A separate tender for each division tendered for should be submitted in respect of each or any of the following divisions: — (a) Northern (b) Southern \l End Rheumatism While You Sleep if yea aafrr -harp nabblm pain*. If loin" are %  •etMD, n >* roar blood 1* poUenrd iugb llu> kidney^ction OUMI ijmpuHna of Kiditri Dtaaratra are IMIMIH. *.-, Jef-ti a-0 1 .-tbt.Soa' NO, Neonl*. U- t o. &.".-, up Ntobli, Diaiieew Nn> Clr,i ..i-aee f,. B u ,~. n ,. ixtuae it. Lot* el laen* *-* Ae.i.t* ead tnH. .•..!.„ Md Cataa, (la. ord.nair * caul help much bnauac TOO IBUM I 10 the root caoat of the trouble • rnki tr**Un*nt la ipeeiallt < on pounded %  ootM. lone and clean l*e. ore. nil kidneri tnd bladder and romote *ckU and |>olaon> froaa >Ua> aafelr. qolcalr and %  atMS. )'t <*nn* harmful or dangrrout drvi|t t'late* aorka in 1 *a>> to end rout Iroublea StarU killinf IM ranna.elileh are aliadinf your Kklney.. Bladder and Urinary BjtUm la t*o boar*. y*l 1* abaolulelv harmlrii la human tiaiue Oeu nd ol heatth-deatrofiae, deadly pauwa* oui a,id> -ith ohicb year mtcm i.a, beco*w aaturated nirenitheni and rrintlforaiei the kidnria. protrila from (he raiarri of diaeaacallack aa Ut dellratr mur oifaruiu.. and ilunalair* lb* entire ittlem %  reaaed a f Declart, ChaaiMli, aaO 1 O-a-t.m* Sarrfaran ryaiet n approvrd by Dotton and CheaiirU la U (ounlrWi and b oae-Un-r laBarera Irom '.. trouble, ibown itbotr Ml J C wnlet I am r§ mn aid aad Aae* n'ered a-n irmele OaiaarMr aad pom. coaltntdl.'r ffrfOae aa af i*f. aad. I*aali (o C>M % %  (A. I > % %  ife ri_*.nicr. The public are hereby rlvtaa credit to mar t:LtRist'S a-uj.y maa _... not hold myself reapoiiaible for her '•nyncw elaa conlractlna any debt debt* In my name uruaaa by a wrlltti order kilned by ma Simcd QSCAA N. SEAI.Y. Daana Land. a >. "' u d > "'" PI III.It SALES itnok UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER By reconuiaendauona of Uojd* Axcnla y>will .ell on TUBBDAY. the th April 11 our Mart. Hlfh Slrevt : Jl toalpota, 0 Daailah PoU. I| Nlgro POU. 5 dot: Ladlaa IUU. 54 Children ii-ia. IM Teak Counter Tray*. 9 Car roor*. 29 car Batl*r>i. 8 Carton* OnrO-Ckne. 1 Jonea Machine. 3 CM. Clatrrn-. tl dor; Powder Puff* and 94 Casaa t'hawiruT Guana and SO Bale* Oakum, Snle 11 30 o'clock. Term* Ckah BRANKRR, TROTMAN A CO.. Auctioneers. 14 SO—In. ^AL ESTATE SKASIDI! COTTAGE. %  ar town, aoinaj cheap. 1 I 4 tlH %  aatM urn H i It ? %  CARS—The followln* Can can yrehaaed on term* II) Vauxraall SW 4 I: lit VauktiaU touring 14 i '' Auatln HOi: Hi Morrta B: III Rocknay Sedan: ill 4 Cylind. '^ IU 5? i l ,or P*** ^ ,n CeakUirvd ejaa i USA Cvela ..niy d^n g.OQO rnlfcaa. %  iee inem ,ii DAHCV A. SCOTT. MafaV /! %  Lane. : | :, u.. na-.ri > )>f-> -.vi '. %  -"(-ao.1 moonlble // IHea Be r verb* aeaeaf.ifaad to Pat Yaw Raaht or Manay Bock Get t'yaln from your < hem IK today.Qiva it a tl.jrouitiieil Cyatei la(uarai>U>rd lo male you feel rounitr. uroncer, belter In eiery aay. In 14 hour* and lo be (oiapleielr U in 1 eeta ui your money back if yon rrlurn Ihe rmply packaae. Art noel -• for KIDNEYS LADDIR The Cl4*ASTttl> a.a..*y RHIUMA1IJM Cyst ex sons wh< deposits refunded; but no person or persons who may refuse to enter Into a contract when so called upon shall have the deposits made by -hem refunded, and tf*ece shall be lorfeited and paid into the Treasury. 6. The prices tendered must be based on the payment of wages at current standard rates in the trade, and shall be the Hat rates per per cubic y ard at which the tenderer would contract to supply materials on spot anywhere within the Division 7. Tenders are to be addressed to the Colonial Secretary and marked "Tender for the supply of Stone to the Deportment at Highways and Transport." 8. The Contractor will be required to give security In a personal bond with two i2) approved sureties in the sum of One Hundred and Twenty-live l*ounds ( £ 125) In rMpftel ol aa*h Division for (he due performance of his Contract. 9. The Uovcrnment does not bind itself lo accept the lowest or any tender, and only tenders submitted on the prescribed form will be considered. 1.4.50.—2n CARRS BISCUITS MJOE |Y CAMC CO. 1TB CARllSlc • (NGIANQ .MM II I \OIII I INSPECTION OF PIHl.lt SERVICE VEIIlt I.E.s \NII RENEWAL OF UCENKEH Regulation 18 (6) of the Regulations made under Section 7 of Kjthe Motor Vechiclee and Road TraiHc Act, lyJi-u;. u-q.ures tiuit .owners intending to renew their licenses in respect of public M'IVUV vehicles, goods vehicles or trailers shall before the 30th day ol AprH, make application to the Commissioner ol I'olice who shull appoint %  time and place for the examination of the same. 2. Applications should be submitted before the :'9th day of April. 1850. 3. Forms will be supplied on application to the Transport Scctici of Department of Highways & Transport; but will not be sent througr the post. a 4. Inspection of these vehicles will omnneiu. aa M.M April. 1950. 5. Owners of vehicles arc hereby raraindirj thai vehicles which are not passed as road-worthy by the 30th June, 1950, will not be permitted to operate after that date. (Sgd.) R. T. MICHEL1N, r<>mmi-si.ner of Police. Police Headquarters, Bridgetown, 15.3.50. 253.50— 3n. SHIPPING NOTICES Oblaiuablc From All Dru K and Departmental store POST OFFICE NOTICE AIR MAILS jss^?^S^&S&^SSt *S e ot,v l sl A r "' I 950 * Dratl nation. Antigua Australia (all air) Australia (to Aineiilma Aruba 'via Curacao) Bahamas rtUKr.AI.OW AT NAVY GARDENS •Uiilt Dae. 1*41. Cool quiet locality mtm roofed aVarlte Verandah Draw if. Dlnlns and Rreakfaat Rooeni Ki'ehenatla with built In larder and r P n av,m. fOtfTlOV WANTTD "v afcd ' peraon. oonlact X "> R'doa Aili-ocele 1 4 10—In Chain and aideNo dealer* I Wanted to Buy FUST GOOD WORK for ra-aal* ..•-.v. Ced.-r. Deal for 'i or (mV* !, S. WUaon, Trafal(ar *ree" Dial atas I M-9t> ••&VHmer Virw ^Hocklev iAd|oln Ina ni.tT WATBeli, on ihe land aid ol Ihe road farina; the Bar with 13,40 aquara feat ol land laaaadlnr the i*. %  'TOM Ihe road runnlrag te the water i ''are The house raaaCadaU) verandah imalnf and dlnlnaj room*. Utrae bed %  —i -e,.ger l-ir rrlrUdad Mlluig Saturday l( April. Tha M V. "Uaarwood* will IB" and Paaaangera for St. Lucia. St Vincent, Orenada, Aruba, date of vailing will be %  Iv-o. B.W.I. SCHOONER OWNERS' ASSOCIATION I INC I Conalg n aaa, klAI ACBTSLUJA MW i turn ust i IMIII i. iM AN Z. LINK) Ulda AptU and. Melbourne May 4th Sydney May IXUi. lariatMite May IKti arrivinif al Trinidad June Thee* vaaaela hava ample chiliad, hard rroaam and mm Caargo aaxaaptad on through .bill* o li.ji.ia wit'' irMutblpmara at Timid ni fa Ilriiiab Guiana, llarba*. Wlndianril A Leeward 1 alanda kior furthar partMnUara applt rURNEM. WITHY A. I Agent* Trinidad DA COSTA CO. I M> Agent* BarbadoB ,,r::.: sl t H amm._ For MABL. SAND. GARDEN MOULD, ud LIME Dial 4503 NOTICE nao.vt „.„„, r.iiakini ratabliah. -W#e5==^s!as a".S." -.-wsn on'S BUM -:,. •N X Ap.,1 A rnTLITY SILVER c!*-v ffjja-a'aii •"" Al ^""r Qu Shown, A. M. WEBB &f S ^H r ^ >n u ***a uolh local and (orcien "ought and Sold 155 Roebuck Snatt. Btown, DUI 3100 || 0uri j_ } HARRISON LINE OirrWAKII I RDM THE UNITED KINGDOM TeaaaL SS. "COMEDIAN" S S. "IIKIIDSMAN" S S. "MEGNA" S.S. "OREGON STAR" Frsaa .. Ixindon Oloaaow .. London . Liverpool leaves Doe Rarbedoa 14lh Mar. 3rd April 25th Mar. 8th April. 26th Mnr. 10th Apr. 31st Mar. 14th April IIIIMIUAKI. FO* THE UNITED KINGDOM S.S. s s. \'i Ml CUSTODIAN" %  TACTICIAN" For Uverpool l...i i.iiiii Closes in Barbados 6th April 8th April. E'er further parliciUara apply to . DA COSTA & CO., LTD-AgenU. ^mXMoOO, SisiamMhip Co. NBW YORK HiaVHT aalla Art. N.Y, to'dao Tth April lTlh Apr.I 9Slh April tn May NEW OB4.1ANS kERVlCK S| ALCOA ROAMgJt" ALCOA flUNNa-Jt ALCOA RANGER s u 29nd March 5th April Ikth April Rdea 'lb April lird April 4th May CANADIAN gaavica •all* 1..11.. March tlnd AprU Tth aalta g tree, la* weeka %  Urbariai April lal April 171b ... Registered Mail closes an hour before ordinary mail. "•us sched'i'es should be cancelled. Barbados, 1st April, 1950. Vmimmm A Quaiitim* mt .* rtsAaTJC RAINCOATI with Heed* al tt.H a MM (• eariala) PLABTK RAUS la laleel atyle* aa**. Reawa. Wbll* ale. fraaa U*i te MJS rasAaTTIC CBILbRBNg RAGS Bl-N aaab la Wklta. IHa.k M g R.d IIILUIINI CLARKE aaORS la Walt*. *..* %  Iiaa* ><. to lit < RlLDRSp, t .vNRLSTa %  > WhlU. Etrawa a riab ataea S—• Igm, tta IHIOAIIV4 \V MIIKSS SIIOIV 1.4J0.—2n. NOTICE We lieg to renund our cusTSS, """ our Grocery half-holiday as usual, on Thursday 6th April Kindly order carl* and %  an •., S h C ? LE c . LTD. ji.j.id —3 n FOOTBALL The Fixtures for tho 1950 rootball Season r r r r > rTlRNIBBt GOOD TO-DAY TME MONET RAVING WAT Wardraba*. Baddaad*, Spring and ^har rrada.W-n.ft.Unda, CadMa, IXaiinaT aaag Klacban Table*. Chloa, Kilchen and Radroean i sidebcaarda. Drawing Room Morrtk KcrrUlure. Wagaona I-rami DaaRk, LI mm



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T" in IMHMMH \nvoc\TK B'li/' I iompuny Reject Workers Union Request BELIZE; BrtHik On Gtl .11 The Belize Estate Produe* i cted a request % %  rural Workers' Union as for Ihe permission to vial members and other workers jt iny's lumber VUIASBI is locally termed -.s the Green Curtain." This is the latest of several is made during the past veors. After receiving the C mpany's letter of rejection which consisted of a brief stateUnion officials declared thai tney would take no further action I were nos sure of, fits under the Human! Declaration, to join Union; tuctlon. %  n while Monday's meeting, %  '.n the stormiest in UN Uruon's aina-year life and workers tad leaders not to accede to nnent's demand for a writi"logy from the Union for the "insulting und offensive tone" in the recent Union letter to Government as a prelude to Govenfi agreeing to negotiate rnlng wages of the Govern-! 11 ent Manual Workers. Workers agreed, however, to' i reply from the London .iHcials on World JonfcjiKr. Trade Union*. Brii..10 whom G.W.U. officials .fferred the dispute for advtc aking action against Gcv%  *t nunt West German Cabinet Drafts Wheat Bill BONN. Maich 31. I The West C< %  indav auopied a cira>hill to anal many to join the World Wheat i %  %  This, it was claimed, will her 10 on every ton of imported wneat —Rruter. PAGE THREE I .9. Vicl For Greece In Danger ATHENS. March 31, r HenSopholetter to-day that an unatahta Greek Gov.ru%  itaM CHM of ihe newly elected Parliament % % %  rnrl aid for Greece. letter ;ald iliciunl Governmenl suppoated by the people Md IK." able to act M %  long term essential to the wise use of the aid offered by the American people. : Dvwnmt in GovLi assraatlsd tu .Limlnistration of the h .s offered. : n MM should in1th a minimum ...'.ilcr lie. enIt Is in the hands of the Greek men' ;ind Parliament to 1 it they wish 0 1 atve 1 d and so %  : sapo ni lMUi —Sealer l Wckslimlef MAKES COLD STUFFED NOSE tCL CLEARER TMC MEDICINE QIDHT SKM TO DO ME GOOD, DOCTOR" No Longer A Marquis Ten Monks Charged PBAGUE, March. 31. Western correspond-1 I ad m laajoa ri tht opening of the first nias.-. trial of high LfeoHc dignitaries In Czsjchoslovakla here b Ten monks u. > inciting the people State and with threatening Communists with excommui flMin the Itoman Calholic I Two hour.' %  %  %  D known t<. Western corn dents, but they wen include several abbots. Peasant women In colourful country drat* %  d ... .a •'•• '•In the court. Several men weralso admitted. it' Nil I FLORENCE. March 31. Frank H. torsi (junior) learned to-day that i. e i, was no ,or, *" er a marquis. tali m police announced that thev had charged a forger. Hi j-eejr old J. Coecia. with issuing feJse o.itints of nobility to I allans. Coccia, who ran a "heraldic office" in title-conscious France W.IB accused ,,r reeeMosj large sums of money from Cor Italians. The police some timi %  ., i ;m im%  detIC} of ChC Italian Got announcJni thai tl ; the right le red mi hire The docu m ent, i'occia. "A Bitter BIou BELFAST. March 31. Northern men mm..-•ui.-i. io-.luy ilescnbad as "a iltot Mow" Brazilian linen clottl. Ihi i would bave i llnd .llirnatlve nitatt lor i pounns '.I.,I. 6 or linen suiting now in n* 'lining had been %  .visional!)b) illan [inns in :hc belief thai restrictions would be lifted. i|<. to ;IJ : ''|f the London Stock Exchange to-day. The demand was small liut waj enlospect of a ifood rise in United Kinidon dolku i) salni .MI. recorded in long, medium and short dated Interest in other atcttom, was | small and mamly for sotrM end levelUng for positions. Prices %  <. minor loeessj with ilarly dull on profltBhoek for tin hare I oldi LI Tin and Woul. frain Compall %  to 8/6. imain•IIOURII < corded by leedrn Small buyin %  %  as featured with three ixtint rise to 109 on dividend and compensation tight Bolshevist Tyranny i N. March 30. An .uiti Communist ground group in has recently distributed UtOusandl f propaganda leaflet? in the close ly guurded Sovk i.-t Berlm. Neue Zei. to-doj ed to all IdteTl to Join the undci' round movomei the light %  The S —Reuter. Ease Travel Kegulatioiis PORT-OF-SPAIN. April 1 •I reKulatlun.s ^V.IiililK the entry ol persons imm sevenl Britttil r.nibo'-an terniones into the Virgin Islands of the United been eased by the United stales flovernseej.1. Mr. Lawrence W. Cramer, flsjefti >i the C.Hibbeai. Commission, told the itegoi lea ol noa-iirunigrante i Mn exi i he Virgin Islands ut tl United States lor business or i a peiiod of less than a ai\ one visit. i t eforiej of non-imm|; Britii subjects domiciled in the Britis in the British talsjBdi %  I -in mil i, 9i Kii Antigua. Monti Kedoiui i, lhTnch citizens dnmWIen li %  the French porUou ^i the M.iitm, oc Nein. riand ode oi St. Eustatlus or Sana, or In the %  .aitlll. Nnn-lminigriinls The classes of non-immigrants I %  -. V elude Cnnadisn citi/.ens oi Brit> ish subjects domiciled, perm? ng, or stationed :i Canada, who proceed dj Bermuda, or the Bahama Islands from the United State* or Canada, who remain in Be. the Bahama Islands (oi less In. a transit the Unite turning to Canada. FOOT PILGRIMS FROM 10 COUNTRIES ROM! Pilgrims Iron [• !o Rome on foot this Hoi) Holy Ye.ii Comrn pilgrims thi i' re, 13 from i ilium, one den. 12 fiii | md Austria. 2i from ffi 11 Brii '.< .'. 'l ..\el! ed to Rome on and viil.i. —Reuter. High Blood Pressure Kills Men & Women wlOSM m*ar tNua aa man fU ( %  • %  : from Hifb P! o-l I'o.iura, whle I a m/Marloua Jli.aa. ,hml atm il".jt lb lima of Chan. of l.l(a ar.. • iha raaj cauaa of nu. ii naart trout,. ri'l laiar on of papal'Ho 'ri-kaa. '"atn KM armpioina ai Hl|h Blood I'raa a ai Naivouanaaa, aadachaa •' I' IM MOS M Daail an.i itg\> ,>•> ••aura in baad, dlaitnaia, ^n,, laaUf. paJ-va ID Viaail. oalplfJdor r alMfv looa of mamoTv and ae.i %  ; ..! aaoha-1. faaf and worrr. If vcii ...Tar B> of ihaaa tf i> uioma, dun l-iaj iraatmaBl a alna: t da), bacaui, >>>ur Ufa mr bo i rt.nfar. Na-o' [^rmatlv knawn aa )( %  ...a, a „# %  ladioal dlaoo.arj. tadur, Hf.i, B|I i-aatu.* with fha Bral -leoa, lakvi a naa-T ad oC ta hoar. wC maH,. ros foal jaara younior Inf.. ,i„,, Oa* Naaaa from wr % %  ; ..|.t toda. II i" fSP* 1 ^ *• "•• rea raoi fli •ad •( or manor • ft. THIS EGG IS A MENACE TO CHICKS IntcMiiul worm'. M ,1 conimor. of unthrifbnoi mJ |Xr egg production in peotoy. S.ncc all poulirv ran gMqi harhour worm-eggs, toe bod hould he proieck-d by rouiinc nent, Monthly Jo-mgwnh 'Phcnovis i> the DM effective meihod of prcvi-nnnu 'PHENOVIS 1 KEATINGS KILLS CooHln* D.D.T. Large.mediumandimaHiiicTiru Colman's Mustard worm (UMBM .-111111 puolO| .1 hold on \nilr IThere 1no need 10 v.irv 1 ho kvding Ibn 01 .ilui dosing with Thcnovis Avjiiablc in powder lorni for mixing unh tlie m.i.h. Order Irom vour Chemist or Agrisuilur.il N fctcaail l, %  11 HIIMHIIU/IM DISPEISIBLE POWDKR An LCI. Product "PHENOVIS" BKAND PHENOTHIAZINE *V ( O IV,a-f ioJUST IN TIME EOR THE EASIER SERVICES HYMN BOOKS ANCIENT ft MODcRN HEALTH BENEFITS • FREE FROM HARSH IMPURITIES • NO INJURIOUS AFTER-EFFECTS • SAFE IN ACTION CASTOR OIL >iit by lllil 1 KlNIUItl 111., 10IIDI Ajnt for Somalia. LIVT HOS. LTD.. M PORT ROYAL ST.. KDICSTON. JAMAICA, B.W.I. fits VOU can'r be really !it unless you'rdoes AQUKWN provide i refreshing drink; It takes gu<>,i of Imur Clc.11 AndrcHa docs us M work in four Mages. Ii deans if* m sciUc> the suiinuch, ,ines up finally, gemK vaft Krmimber \our Ar... R) tttkt in the mormng. Aln.. at any lime during iheda\ tttspoanful ,n or nU uaitr to make a i:K)lin^ ( fdrcJung drink. 1! ANDREWS mwms LAXATIVE Itrinklim Ttlbta Hl WU'r llaLUm i,sl> HBraadinic mlrr->bs like fttupatrliM-orrii. inf j sirrittwwr.uv ., hirli .ausr Barker's Bash. * BolU Imatriici, tnd sUniworm. & Lae VALDLKMA fr :— Barber's Ruk. Imsxiti*. Bolh. AtblelcN Faat. ate., se. BOOKER'S rtrws) DRKi STORES LTD. •road Hferawt and Alpha Phanuacy. JHaataaga. Oo c i ^r a flc o*>ooooa oo>t>



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Sulurdav April 1 15. locate ^ Price; FIVE CENTS Year S3. EMPIRE ASSEMBLY PROPOSED BY MP \ STABBER GUILTY OF MANSLAUGHTER Sentence Postponed \ \ ASSIZE JURY after forty-live mtmiiis ,1. hlM-r.ninn yesterday, .mind Alfred Pr aa te d of I Imsi Church guilty ri manslaughter. • "l JllSllee n Colly more %  make mm. ihe decease-i Manly Motet* Hi i M the General %  i been %  tabbed In tl Bennuda ,s unll Very Friendly Discussions %  oodtV -h 31. % %  tl of i*""! for omatlme Uftsiotis between tb data from the Bcrmi.: %  j i % % %  d la %  ontli the middle %  I next week. Bermudan delegates art-, plannaag to runi home ab % %  •day nr Thui i Aan.i:.,,-. BP publisbeu some timeoftei %  Mr depart uu-. Mr Nicholas Dili, leader of the Otiegaiiu'i told me this afternoon %  was still hopeful that tht rauld oof "We have had very friendly discussions," he -aid. "The Admiralty have been perfectly frank ;.l>out the whole business and w< have discussed every aspect of '.i. Thtre is nil room for hope." Mr. Dill aiking the Admiralty that ii economy cut have to lw made dockyard operations -mould hr reduced bal not shul I It' I .ihlri Garvey Lays The CornerStone JO METHODIST CHURCH jHEUZt, Bi Govern • \ Id the t : %  U'lhodUt u ki old oni F'riiiCes* vihlone, w; scheduled %  ton* tiei %  I! I not ban By Cable) I had Rood and Hiring the foi the del %  Ward, while 0 prosecuting Counsel was the Solicitor General, Mr. W. W. of the case started DO Thursday A r sident As hearuiK resumed Polton LOflU) took the witness %  tend lie said he is i of Lodge Road, and told the Court that on October 31. 1948. inhome a little way from the road' He had heard DninUy Phillips shout, end h went io ihe u.' Darnley in r. i Oon .-. inothei's ho I came out and OH n the rood. He triad to revlv Mosely who had a stab in the fore %  1 After Theatre ol Lodge iih Darnle) %  %  ki i the three i i. bop enl iiume. on tif He mot Justice Ma lone Retires %  %  GHtNAllA. Maun. -,ir Ctenenl Malono Chlel ids anl c wards \l I 65 alto I i %  ifeaMoavtuo-iwiiKsi seven at wt resent office \ hen he • vtted by mehbers of the bar al we special sing ol ,urt this limning. Seated " *"-' bench too was %  piesent ,..'! %  %  %  % %  —By Cable. %  *> on pane :. Secret Caches Found In Italy houl Italy %  %  :tBH ie%  %  101 detona: Hid ro .. -Reuter. Would Discuss Dollar Savings T. V TBARWOOD 'oridgc School demonstrating the "Western Roll'' to win the Ugh JIM i :hrcc i|uaiter inches at Ihe Barbados Int.. atuch wai held ..i Krnsingti i the Sovereignty of China Acheson recalled how several weeks ago he had rmphasised Soviet moves against china border one ni the most -signitlcani developments In Asia today." Acheson said "When the text of the s concluded in Moscow weie announced, I pointed out that ihe important thing was not Ihe pro' %  <.'Uld lollaw. •xent anoounci Si ..ci fie, [thi etl joint companies to exploit I and mineial rcsouices : Province gives further point to what I said. "We now :.ee the .^parent resumption on a grand seal process of detachment ol Province, a process liegun \ears ago. and interrupted otu) bricfl* during the most desperate DOriod of the he i "The one half fi of impovenshcd China. "Bvidantlj Bavktl %  eoooaa d is not cheaply bought, raquu-lng, ni this case, both the Impairment of sovereignly and lehnquishmeiit of f>0"; -A mtnnt production." —Reuter. Paris Protest Publication Of Memoirs 0/ Mussolini's Rescuer PARIS. March 31. • w> o i>f several hi in the 1 %  %  a front of the newspaper ft wing %  %  ition was called in W uublish an paraMussolini Fascism and Italys surrender to the AUlas The di %  %  i half an ho %  %  %  %  The demonstrate: ners inn chantod slogan from snouting "i 1 i:. uler SPORTS WINDOW MIOTHALL ,t 'hi. %  .—int.', m %  nnlh rv*iu>ii -nd rinmrt lu.a %  •!..., ..lrra> ifiu %•,..,., JIB t ii d | b BUST.•inm 1*. -P,. wnn-i, J. than *•" fiiti to drop • •^eiutfi CompT4BLS. •w)s rotaeiniioN AI IMI rVat c A T*im will be .. bn^ l—Ullori in tabliir.in.o at iho \ M C \ !„„ tarims .i ..Vloclc. %  %  . am. MMnorul v. Jma. si v OOwdrai Mudem % (mi. .' %  itnSt \i Harria>n L'vilMo (Ml M B DIVISION rBAsU DAT* TIMIC .1 Apr,! .k riit April Mo, rocfc v iSnlori I S.M uir, Apnl Tu. 44h ai T 30 P nrno v* V at.C A Tliea. 4IK nl tl : rortrsM vi tMMdrof April Wed i' in •1 IS V MC A April Wad. !Mti al p m v MCA t n aseekini aati' April Thura Sib M p m PC %  -. Waldorf April at T p.m. Ctetton vj Rdri w Apn* Thur fllh at S p in %  VWton I n Abow MM-tnr. AIMII nw. th ..i s |, , Evvrton 1 \> CaUtedru! April April passengers as reported earlier. —Reuter. Prince Charki Signs Military Aid igreement HRIISSK • FinBn-aks Out In Belvedere Mace rch ^1. %  %  wing of lik %  %  n I % %  %  %  SeNtaft Welcomed [ii GaassWMsWi GABI %  ...mgwato Chic! 1 hare it noon to-daj ending his aid I^ondon back to BechuJ an a land. His plan" passed near Mahalapy* I :-• Ruth, who Ing a baby in July, is Irving. 1 the last part of his k*ui 60 miles to Lobatai. whli Bechuanalanil but OUI Banunfwato raatrve roar of weltoiiie went 0| %  %  i; —Reuter. (iiuliano's Doctor Arrested 5Ul UK. at Shnmrwk v. V \( i< Hal mil al H3a p m A. 7 v Fottrw. April Sat BUi at TSt pm WalOntl VI HiHwfclvii Apr*! Sal Si.i ..I l<4> pm. v> \SNA CUfU TBNNIS Yr*trnla>"i Rnulu l.\UIS ilNOLSS FINAL i> Wi tha play. the first .tun motl %  %  r to give up I "Miss niaii'llsh 1 iravoral — Reu(*r. (From Oar London Correspmident) I-OMKlV. March :i|. A NTIIONY MAKLOHI CoahMrvaftve Mm.he. ,.l Pnrliamenl. has tabled a motion bVgiag 'ioxeriuncnt to convene an I mpirc (iinlcrcnce gdg in\ eslii^nte what coniniuit urntuni exists for acceptance of the idc* of t-yMstaag an Kmpirc Assembly and to consider Io i\h( evient Kmpirr countries can supply goods at preseni boaas] niipoited here from dollar source*". Mallow.' told un 'his evcninii thruwas a fair amount of support for this proposal both Consei. pile on, Hli %  tha aanptre Assembl laOOid IKmodi-... the Strnsbourg Assembly of ipean coin' ..ppointSKj iv and onstant saaaon to %  -., p He i % %  i 09 the gsnpire %  view i' I ii K laiparta Pn in. inaurm Cable), Trinidad Defeats E.G. 3-1 A "Serious Situation" liritain Denies Soviet Charges LONDON. March 31. Britain to-daj denied Russian charges ti am powers ing and arming an Austrian army. A Foreign Office spokesman replying to accusations made yesterday In the Soviet %  spaper Red Star, ssid tied gendarme In Austria—as was allowed in nil occupation Hi (uillici denied Soviet charges that the Austrian Treaty was being delayed by the watt ts> build up an Austrian army — Reuter. 'BartoadoH Advao*** i'n IIMHHIIII nl i OEOROrrOWN. Mm Trinidad won the nfth and tlnal test In the Intercolonial Series at the G.F.C gre liealmg B.G. S— 1 B.G .mutes from the -tart when V > two yardi oviuudc ui th> ipot On reaump'.i'.i. rruudad carrtad the attad bad theevl Doughliii playing ai scored first Five minutes later he againl scored and Lewis sc< % % %  15 minutes later playing at ccii'i* forward. ara: — Trinidad Oofiaalvcs. .<. Charloau, Joscpii. Cafr, Hinds, Lewis, Doughlin and Griffith. M Q Irescod. A.JW I hahlra, • loraon, '. raaV wuitr St..;.. H .nd DeSou^a. —By Cable. ASMARA, Mai The llnii ii Chiel Adminiitr.ikan colon-. %  A n ..ii,. •] Itauan%  nguage J. Dfi u Chief adi Tessenii on 'he Sudan b ;i\. BltOI would bt flBagaa where pariVilarly grave eases of RCitcrou* ie uds for those wno %  T he It,, lan Ri ptesentativc Cogaaalttoa I n i-st aaglM oatued • %  %  %  %  "serious situ. alatag for a United Nations %  bar. iiiKaltae also issued a communique to thr Italian com* nart saktng them to awall %  ssk Mcludtng thai on W-H.i Nations C.inuaassbMi. Marshall Aid Cut By $270,000,000 House 0/ Representatives Approve 3rd Year Plan l N aareh 31 i tha thud ltd to under%  %  %  ui Ihe House trim meri it by .s270.0OO.iHHI I to M tht Lawoi raak %  got W vol. -tn M %  ai Ireland remains divided. This • % %  %  ti Which would have cut %  %  loual. til ; %  %  U %  %  iw go to '.nal'ire. —Kino, Mother "s "Orders" I'AltIS French I mg the %  %  iMilwaj Iteing look) i .1 Parti Miracted by %  lying oi %  %  %  %  %  %  Reatei m ftskre Czechs Now Egyptiaot i 0 M h SI a, have been itla ere tori ten%  Monaco, ' I %  %  —Heeler Its there Jj&EMYgtete HAI.KHMt I %  l.o, msfcbjlo kstsaaa wagi being use-! 'h. ha daaes~asjsasi 1 I** i %  naai are brsnha* aai aasjii.rtrl The Belvedere Palace ranks as dug mor> the most Austrian Bai ^ia> historv. —Renter, —Reuter W. Germany, Sour Can Join Council Of Europe STRASBOURG. March SI. Invitations nanr and the Saar II of Eurupe was CommitI met here : .'.ii under the chairn Ign Minv.tation state baa eaaaMaaaaa each al the two make to the Mini' In* decided to set un ing Committee with the Consult* ative Assembly. The will i omprise seven members representing the Commitn liters anil -iiives appointad by the Standing Commit* %  Consultative not take decisions by vote but, under th< %  of seats each will have will discuss dimtulti< uMiltative Assemblv lems wh> Irady Weetern Germany will have IB aiders it necessary. seats and the Saar three. —iReu'ers)' L.K. Brazil Trade Agrctiiitul Kmls RIO UE JAEHUI Ihe IS-4V Anglo-Rra/o AKieetneiil empires a' • %  .Night and 'f>. hV naai few %  menl Is signed there .it Angtothe 1m' Reuters to-day. %  %  aVrtdr upon %  — Reuter. 3d a bottle delicious and refreshing Bottled Under Authority of THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY BARBADOS BOTTLING CO., LTD. U the COCA • OL \ M.ViS over Radio IXstributn. naaaaf. Maoda> thrsagh Saturday from 8—S.15 | fiio Victory b IHowiokom inform March 31, VI adi i ton. told u .v that B Sunaa one R i Kn theti t Mar... i'S IIIMi gauds \ %  HI —Reuter. MURDERCASE MONDAY



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Ewn %  a PAGE H 1 K\KK\lH>s \DVOCATE s: CZJ M;CKEY MOU BY CARL ANDERSON BY WALT DIS\tv w the I have Carir. is an Ho obtal lor clow Wart BLONDIE -'OUCH I cur MVSI %  BY CHIC YOUNG CAIL UP MY OFFICE I AND TELL THEM < I .VOWT BE IM TDCBW CN ACCOUNT Cf W WOUND —.V SONG BACK 10 M B +t K. O. f.WXOIV r_w HAVE %  — 1 '• / A i*AtC* i MCMNINO. ift'H MV MDTlfc, TOO... Thy HMIIILV f ..„. |(.,| ||„ m i n „ fg&> MT f0* CAftNOI. r G*T OUT O* HIH( HOilBWO *OU MT J MHlMWA* MAN'S ftiS' *"C*IL* tWILL MAV (.IfT — WO** I'M 0O.NO BAC* "~ LONDON BY FRANK STR.KER be BY GEORGE MC.MANUS LOM 1 T*Kg& COM neat I MAVI %  .•ovep VT. BON n WAa. • •SSB -at !RBY BV *ALEX RAYMOND PHANTOM BY LEE FALK tk RAY MOOR ES '.';ru980SN MULE/' a • . %  .1 WHETHER YOU ARE A LARGE USER OR A sm-KnAY A PRrt, IB| REDROSE TEAcrrc, SMALL USER YOU DESIRE THE BEST TEA SO USE RED ROSE TEA! IT IS GOOD TEA. A coffee hit! ITS 'OUT Of m "^oi D • • It's the improved Chase and Sanborn I Merc wordi can't docribe it. You'll have to taite i Ami wbaa vou lifiacupofthunewChaaeaDd an y„ur lips, you'U exclaim with delight! You'll agree with ihoae who %  •II at, the finesl coffee l >' %  > l>uy!" Gel a can -vacuum-packed, from WN|f i^ncer. Good mornings begin with Giiietti JJ car pci h>rrnaruc at an evoooenica. price. The NBW M.O. Midget ho* ill the puin.1 — %  drUlinj •peed, reaponuve engine n aaag n incent braking and a marvellous trip of the road at all -peed. ^/0 i?//jy WITH NfW rEarUMS THAT MAKE n rHf FINEST MIDGET EVE* ***r A y *ST' I "atinc developing a B.IIJ?. a. Twin S.U M m.-dowD dnugM caibum, 1. CoU sprung independent Irani ii|i inagf 4Mypoid rear aiie. .. Ltirtxi atting r*.k and ptn.on > tearing. 6. Left or ngni ,..nd drrtc 1 Kparaic [n I iiuim amd . Dtac type hea.. -im ,, „ .^^ S*. LoJthawd hvdrault. br*ei, i-oieadlnf ahotaa! -^ -y, J luaag.. 11 .*Wosj Ivp* dKXk .-A— Many after r,/,-.(-.) imf-JiV (Wi-m raJi %  FORT MYAL 4. \K \(.i: LTD. Diitributori Phone 4S04 SPECIAL CLEARANCE OF RECORDS ^o b „l„ a ^ „ on „ M h,U-. SOMEBObY BIAB-NOT MI /.MIB-* RAYING Af HO.VF. A ROSEWOOb SPINEI BKAUTIFLL KV:BUMBLE BOOGIE BLUES OF THE si I :ll ran rTaaW lot l*> ,'o.na Freddy k* DA COSTA & Co., LTDELECTRICAL DEPT.



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%  Mil PAGT EiCHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE ac' (oj to %  V w CI h ( /*. Hajrnes Victor Ludorum At Inter-School Sports HARRISON 0O1 118 points, won th* Baroadot Infra -.ijlon yesterday I r.oon. P. H. Haynes (Class III; < ,;e mi Virtu icd off the ll)vJ and 221 ;.J the Lonf* J ^TWIWY^U^,^ 1--.JT'* SC."vi aith 10 point*. Ai the conclusicn o; Mr* A W L Si'. tnor praaeatea the Cups an. Ideal weather prevailc throughout the saute til li*ai know snu : ftom the south-oast giving rather cooling a#ect Tha Kartafcagtan Stand wapackod to it* utmost with spectator*, while the Gaorge Challenar Memoiial Stand accomm. datod hundred* of school children What event s eeme d to delight the spectators moat m the hirt jump. Divfcuoa 1 when E V Yearwood of Colernrfr School deiitoostratad the 'Western Roll" With that style of hMrftWg. Yearwood's bodjwaft parallel to the bar when going over. He brought the only first for his school, scaling the bar at 5ft l|ins kraals Recortl R Forte (Claas IV i of Combarmere •quailed the record 4ft. 7hu. in the h:gh jump *et b> P. C. Ramsay abo of Coroberraare la ltU Although there were no record-* broken, jet the eveuu were keenly contested and Baa witnessed. Both sprint evenu of Claas ] ware won by P H Haynat si Ha: rason Collage with Au*n banda bis team mala rtf clcae second Tha 440 (Class I) was thrilling Tom Clarke of Harrison College started a gruelling pace from the gun. and increased hilead to win comfortablv from ft Rock aJaX> oc the I oUaaa tieven compeUtorft entered tha 8*0 yards c ->k |he lead early an | nelri n lor about 500 yards Glasgow of Lodge who was following closely behind al! R hile. took i %  ag tnc stretch (or the tape. Bold Bid be beaten (rlasgowr who \umakloaj a caugf.' -r-w yrrds and beat htn asaforr ashini M i %  u lal ret e*cr> %  %  a fine a/temoon's sport, altii aorr.e .eere keenly contested ..* thowi >. r He also U OH ICJ :. lor having ; h lib for the use of thru grouadi %  | splenrfi. %  n not like wha to be when he used U I run ymtr t:i pr—cir.ed th. ~*jp* r. roe cheer aara aaf Oaf rather Following; are the events — ran n*rarti %  .d rtar isst. is n ss M P Du.Mt.Uea L Ir-l i MCb> %  n>am* n i r.. ^MI a>b.vt HC —1 n-raaf4> i %  ** %  >—CTava, I r tU)vi HC'. aa H c. UA IMBM L. • MS ftSH-TlM lj C O >U III 1M T rraf II —f • i*D— CIBM I %  ass. c ISST 11 HO 1st D HC IrS T*w,.p* T T • raaas c-~ rv RNII -O I Br..r H MSL Mil irr, ;„ • : %  : i*.. t T*KB*-tlM 1 B*co.< -L L Cm*ln* 1 ISM. US — wnOi HC ana HarmHC -"71 MCI • ra IAID* ciiu CnrtW. L ISM, 7i* NuMWnd. n s MC. • m nsa.-c.4u m : m rartv c ISST is K i*^ C J'.-. nv^nli i|j U * HO ' sa-cisH iv MO l.i Mxavll C W Hind, f at i \i t u i • -. %  •iRo>* Marshall. Rer Palmer-BarnGomer. C'.\de Walcott and Boogies WiiUam* ins Ml'.M It Rw d Mm ii ,i **>** * %  -H tn* Wilft. IU ft.' i p %  N...M xar Si II 5ucS5 K . M c llB1 s „ 4l| [|l4 '""" %  'CLi tnd Jor*n >l_ SM '. ua rtehiem %  .M* sii MO C | HinaM I tsa£cia*. II IbcMd -v am Ma %  I i OMO II > :iM 1 lUvord v nm. JO fl IP, IH l.r IM*no M C *M krro. iLl SM Hi,.. %  < ;* (i IM I HK.H I.t Thuipr IO SM *•%•* .A, BBS Be -, r— i is>s%  %  \MPIOKS Lads*, .tu, |, m HTT W1 S* 'J %  0. within the area to beat Archer in bars During the second half, plat I im of what is usually seen before a match begins, "a tbatr goal keeper Everton made continual attackf ll Y V P.C "s nets, but the full backs Sayan and the unflagging ad in bars, negatived ..ti theft %  ami were' — Fr-erfoi Bowen Culpeooer. Hall. Seale, Archat. & n.v Olton. Eddv. Dithop and White YW PC .-— Archu Rayers; Dash; Marshall; Austin. Skuuut Bourne; Hasell; Drayton: Edghil) and Grecnidgp Trextrail (he Trinidad mem bers f the team and Robert Chrtslianl. British Guiana s laae repreaenUUVe. The ship arrived at about 7 a.m. and the Barbados personnel -cere embarked shortly after 9 a.m. The Trinidad and British Guiana players still had time la snake a quick trip ashore and renew ances or make some snap purchases in the city. Everyone was shaking hands or wishing some member n good lucx but the general trend of comment was that this was the best West Indian team by all round standards ever these shor^ One particular enthusiast after carefully inspecting a large kennel that was to be snipped shouted "Skipper Goddard yuh carrying da big case to hold the runs we gine mek' The "Golflto" remained in port only a few hours and left for England befora rmd-dav Dnn'i Tell Your Friends Tell the Advocate. The Advocute Pavx For NMH Dial 111.; Day or Night 19.10 Banket Ball Season Starts Ml II H WILLIAMS President I the Basket Bail Association wil. • B 'I Season •tis hm> entered for the loni and the Basket Ball uld hi it'sting as %  iocs will go all out to retain their upremaey. Matctn .ire Pick I :. I 1 • •'•' : Fnw Jont. J.fln-> bu.l, Gerry c,.-, representatives on W I team ak foe a ch. the Baggage Wan-hnuse The Waather TO-DAV '•an KIM-. .. J| ase tan -.ru: t. 1. p n Moon i tall I April t I iihiini : IW ,m High Haler. Hi „. PBS. 11 •llkllll %  alnfall iCXraxtaa) las. toul for Month l„ Vesterdas .'!• in. Trmperatnre Mas. I S3.S F. Irmtwralorr laBfe.) 7..5 I". Hind llnr.lioQ (8 gja.1 N. E (J p.m.1 C. ky N Hind trloril) 13 mil., per haur lUKuiirSer i. a-m.1 W.**. Urail n.U. The, II IX, Ii I i/erj | Boss-ow STANO AND GABWrTH THEOFPICE • OPR3R HOURS— ••>4l t!IMIN4ll> AT THt MODM.V HIGH tCBOOL STADICM ".i West Indian Amateur Chantpiunakips •n Manga, .,„| j, d m| lJ# ^ m •aUcted boaers kM, b, „,.„. m .. 2ala^*aiS n *i, C J!^?fi on, .' te .' ,:,l '' ,h " " h: ' reunaaao. Bar. Se? ,xr* tzfiF&j^ aa, !" <, osnssL Watch the dark karns whi SL W ,L l hcrt '"' '"> "P*"' 1 Victor Lovel! • Sam King % %  Darnlcy goweo COMTBNDERS ^Wl Baskop (Iiantam) Sugar Ray" Goddard iWeiMrl Ragla-. ;hll v Parting threeSi Itcsinos each round touts M. 9 e,-s Tj^^Z m > !"!" %,^?< aim-n Jui n..,i,,,i A LOVELY EASTER EGGS I < tlLTON RlnsM Wbolaol 6 Ratal Druqqial 136 Ho.Jn.ck SL Dial 2813 We CM supply from /.,*PORTLAND CEMENT in bat. nd dru-. FERROCRETK RAPID-HARDENINC CEMEfiT RED KHAKI COLORCRETE CEMENT la M5-lfc. and 112-lb. Drum* WHITE SNOWCRETE CEMENT in druw EXPANDED METAL ',-m.. S-la. 1-la. meak Oahr. h la., l-lau >-la. j.!,. m „ A Uwl B. R. C. METAL FABRIC. No 6. 9 4 ALUMINIUM CORRUGATED SHEETS EVERITE CORRUCATED SHEETS nlLilNSOiN & HAYNES CO., LBJ



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PAGE FOUR BARBADOS ADVOCATE nuwDosgMjMrE j A Flying Tour Across The World 11>. i*u AITCM CM. LM.. M. artMi n, mmw wi Saturday, April 1, 1950 Education THKHK hove been several complaints recenlly by members of the general public about the policy of education now adopted in this island; and the speech of the Lord Bishop in the Legislative Council during the discussion of the Education Vote in the Estimates deserves great consideration. For a second time within a fortnight public discussions on education have shown that there is much reason fog the general public to be dissatisfied with the pnKnl policy of the Government towards education. In the tirst place, the number of specialist masters for the Lodge School was reduced from four to three after an investigating Committee had made this recommendation and the matter has had to be referred back to the Legislature. More recently an additional lifty-six teachers for the Elementary Schools was deleted from the financial provisions of the year. There has been a gradual increase in the number of school children win. art mated to be .10.000, and when the M tfon is also being made that more subjects be added to the curriculum, it is impossible to get any worthwhile results from the already enormous sums spent on education, unless there is a correspond 1m the number of teachers. Schools are not merely bricks and walls. as was pointed out by the limi (, I) 1. Pile m the debate There must he U to train the children wl oded to benefit from the expenditure of tf* payers' mom H hen to the number of pupils | matter of guess work. It has been settled long ago by il administration; and Otftoln rUstfl laid down for the guid i undertake the work The Government seems eithej jf these rules or has (ail. EBdent attention to the tth responsible for the conduct of education In Barb It is true thai it (anaot be expci'< nan %  ijucational or other specialist*, but it appears ..> principle <., coui that when votes aie to be I educed, the body 'lending an tlM be conif cuts have to be made. Th4 red uctiun than would be foi the r* mending body to decide in what way the d amount could best be spent in ordei missible expi In the DUl .ii ol thl amount for the Etftoaix teaehera, it an] that the Advisory Body wa tilted The result *U a I %  .! location. If thii i of people it is unlikely that there will be many who Will be willing tu sgfyt m luii.n unpleasant to reflect that at a lime when Barbados needs I and % %  propei iMumstration more than ever, there should be these blui which have advene effects on the i Il Li the negation of good statesI i-normous sums on edue.itinn and then by the method ol %  pending oonoy to nullify the good r Which are expected. The members of the Qovernment not be educational specialists. In fact, the cause of education in thiwell have been i | fewer specialists among us, but .twe.n its th cn jjjj now is that the ad\. ialiste was taken and the layman adopted a j would conform to I UsU having regard to tlu liable to be spenl In tin, i .i-r and the sooner the new | tedrm)ped the bejtay tat everyona II* Srfloit llrlmrr of herself .snows her as a camel When I oiled on Mr HoUwaj, LONDON : Sydney lo Singap' nad dunks and much talk with Eypt for delivery to the Eayptlan the Prime Minister 01 "' %  A?r Korce He had ,.. notn one the flr.1 lh,n, he Mid are* 1 am f„l £..,"' o I l :" d S0 n u J<* out-what II wa> he would nm o'"I "• Pend the afternoon say-land no* he was flying home w.tchln, .ome cricke, Would with Ihe rest M pltk > u c,r 1O ', m me n Uranckcr who lost h I 1.101. M obstacle to the use of the ta j I was Interested to meet Mr J...! It was a most remarkable game At the wicket when I arrived was i. doing I, likely to c.u Hr.tu.. Sovcmor-Gener.l of V and American diplomats many H( waJ h |tmK ou headache In the near future [mtbtI err t c bul asl b„ w i„, B The real difficulty lie. in the ^["SL 1^, „ uLr ,„ hS ,rom ""' ' VicU >"> 1 "" Un A an a. the tropic,. It may be ?< <"' "J&JX" £* WSUlfi Comet on Empire air routes, learned from htm, Is not generally bel.eved. the inadequate C ^ ^gyS-'T %  be of the runways or the danger U or the tarmac being burned up by the jets nereasarv n. mnl it jriiiiraMv to **** %  r -" llu | 7 %  .- A Liberal Australian equivaSSKV ne^ilry Z!l" £ 52. b trying out jet performance in the hot tropical all When the Comet does start to ;ier mid-Eastern allies, behind him. Political rivals who hut has refused to supply any to n Australia hardly ever meet socially had buried their dU. Which means t..->t the Israelis tn an attempt to prevent Sir have to buy their British arms, Dallas's Government House team British tanks, and British jet from defeating Victoria's Parlianlanes bv roundabout routes, ment. They failed Government ;tS 5 JZ a. far 53, a. the House won. and Slr^llas. with of night stops otherwr.se all Ihe *'""„ ,"' ,. time gained by the Comet will be EMPTY SPACES SATURDAY. APRH., By Sir Alexander M. Carr-Sauxders l.lrr, tor l the LeM '"'"' "' Eeon.miea • NEW YORK WHO sha!i "'I'ty sp'"-'" >'' lhu world ? , kB This pressing question has come to me -day as a result of the assumption by Europeans" of control over non-European territories durinK the last thre.centuries. These territorial were not vacant, and indeed were not underpopulated in terms of skill of Ihe indigenous inhabitants. Bul where there was land suitable for; European methods of exploitation in a climate lu which Europeans were accustomed, and where the indigenous population was sparse, Europeans settled. In some of these areas. North America and| Australia for example, the natives were pushed out of the way; in others. South. Central and East Africa for instance, regions were demarcated for European settlement and the natives relegated to reservations, though employed in European districts as, labourers. In such countries as India apd Indonesia. 37. made the second highest score on the other hand, where climate and methcoursc. don't of the match. o ds of cultivation were unfamiliar and the _. appreciate ihe British (Mr o; „ ""ring the tea Interval, i^rd p jpu i a „ on waa dense, there was no settle£& "! fejfA 2 KS& t^Sf r an3 m|u by European, whom they count in the event 01 ~ !" the cold war becoming a hot war, fly night and day T^P"' our refusal to .upp.y them down to British anuihan ItOAt %  iKh. you cannot txptcl wllliiu: a break. But surely B.O.A.C. could take .• leal Cmn ^i Holland's K.L M thinan have relief crews llonsj me route. The < n the ground i picking up and %  %  Passengers get theb Morgan pany, shocked the company The causes of these migrations were mixed. ., telling someone that he was but a basic impulse in the whole movement "out here in Australia to make y/as the desire of Europeans to expand trade money." That did not fit in a bit in olher W0T fc t0 develop these territories. There m are powerful forces ,n ^uc $%£ ^TentllV^ The main features of the world population America who will agree with them of ^vcrai London financiers prossituation at present are the contrast between in thi* pecting for useful opportunities rapid growth of numbers in certain Asiatic to invest Brtish money in noncountilM, whose populations are already THE 40-hour week has proved statist Australia. verv den se. and the apparent underpopula.t flnp in Australia. It was expectShrewd old multi-millionalra ad |o provide I stimulus to greater cn ttlo man Sir William AngUa*. uon of certain other areas. % and higher production, however, summed up the typical Australia, for instance, certainly looks But it has done the opposite. Australian reaction to onVr of emptv. uto -nice no Australian authority V2S! SS A,ul l ,, nad %  S'-nerally slowBritish capital (He. too, was see ms to put the desirable population of the ^&?nu^l1hl^*$$Z .n^ioun^.tnntheUfeofthe .hero to watch tb --ntinent at less than 20.000^ or 25.000.000. >.>u get ther. in doublenaUon .. Whal Australia needs." he said conclude that in fact it is onlv narmdeklime. Ml r M.rnson. general manto m e, "is not o much British *emut conclude that, in tact, it is only parager of the vast works of Vicm0 nev as Brtfsh immigrants" lially peopled. >IM.\IOK. produced sometor ia's State electiicity commisif i were a young artisan or a In real lite, as in Utopia, man's sense of %  as unusual. sion at Ya ii ourni was iyp lca i ln farmcr ] wou | d emigrate to justice is o(Tended when valuable land is put i %  And whai Mr. MorAustralia at once There is plenty %  L d nrutitable use as in Central •uthorU9 For ha ol work waiting Wages are ^V and Southern ItLw to5av whlre neaianti H.gn | Bring 30 fe iient. taxes lower £u m Brian(1 >""* lg to-da> where peasants %  C'omniis Malcoun Mac %  quan muea, %  giant briquetta tain, and, with nun-Socialist B powatt plants are occupyini; uridcr-cultivaled t\states. And when the undercultivated estate is in "the ktrkHU international problems r.irt arise. Such dUIerencea In density of population do not ititen that there must inevitably be a movement from the over;nto the sparsely settled tenets the peoples of overpopuletei ignorant to realize %  %  i British n rait oul t •n a Friday lo last her over the every morning for breakfast. I Hei favourite earl 1 Fs How Old Will You Live To Bv ? Hun's A i liiiOil lour llimiri 1'laftle S\ Iroilor ind a power station with %  .ill an output "i 1,292 million Idli rnment the hours <.pportunitu-> (oi hartl-workiny iiilroduction of the and thrifty men to get on. curios. .: ago* UniI found a party of race auroral pureh^ %  outlab immigrants working as build.1put per man-hour has been less cis and carpenters on the Kiewu Qglj bare than tt waa I ptOjacl They were earning Where men used to start slackf 11 a week after taxes had been Saturday In readiness paid. Their food and lodging aina man railed '<><" * week-end the) DOW itSTt '"'re free bo they could save th.' ;/„hn^ inTlirc \ Sr alacktni off on Friday And they whola of then thej %  r — %  ~r., '.. r ,m..i wa** less hard during the rest of wanted to. and build ihenuelves to rcmcily n by .: JU 1 there are •rorktag weak than they did % %  %  (arm or arena cases in which the leaders of overpopulated %  hop. .;.,., %  ,.M Saturday, now. Manor-waju UxbrxUc M. .isdid Musailmi rhal m.-an ihat the hoawwlta -Th.-v |tva u. loo much meat.I About one fundamental matter there can tolil irn.' t-c naa to tu-ry unoujlh food home I cannot .land eu and lamb chop; be no doubt at all At the time when Eurulea the inhabitants were without even the most elementary acquaintance with all those scientific, technical and administrative skills available in Rcaponiibli Annans now clamour lo C arts, and non-Africans, howinacioui they may recently have beiat the possessnm ol these powers is tranete of ^ood life, tightly think that %  hand tlnni on. liul if non-Africans are lo do this, it cannot be just by advice; if there are lo be and univei, Miicans. non' Mt them up and conduct them, must they set up and administer the machine! v ol government and take the lead throughout the whole tieklof social and ecoiife. It wa 1 .it the beginning of this •hat we may be witnessing the end I .in epoch In the story of population movertly many things have conspired to %  '.he strength of the forces, summed up pull" of foreign countries and the "push" from home, which play upon potenlants. National planning, for example, now engages attention everywhere to a greater or lesser extent, and m overpopulated countries such planning, coupled with the realization that enin.i,i:i. n is no cure for demographic troubles, has meant loss of interest in openings in foreign lands. As regards the sparsely populated countries where the to-called "empty spaces" of the rdy pom*.,, w..i ? rc ./. und th problem is often, an K an; ,. s, of Africa, not who shall till them but gfr i li.i|iiiijin I'inrhrr huiid ui> the irrttant Bamn.: Ihaae paoelfl read old age with aound 11 artei "bloloej1 dacoration EVEN (four teeth can be upael ihe Department of Or il T | |W0 Ot %  baari attaaka and oriiniK it> itlata ri.ilm that u and also three I abowet egga, light on the reason why men tie i '-'' IhOBa nearest to bein. bad inora bed teeth than gradual! in the thoroughly .table people of the artertea In middia age Tht und bat among healthy people aged '' ndstart ti-.v %  ii usually have far more begun tu incubate her pale blu king the of the Klue" 111 their blood *'ags hu mate never /nters the I brain an mirihe know when the eggs hatch K Which expenthat he can start his lour of ivtth the moat piogreu may toon chkk-f•eduig dutyl aeraasa in Aller pa tient hours of wailmu :-.ply due to the watching m a German prison I naai killei '""'. l l nHl ,lh '""H'ni -sclenticamp Oxford's don-poet Juil\ 1,1 '" ;: : *< absorb more HUXTON fourd tlu.i.um ,.,,.,1,, then our ancestor.^ !" *w{* S3^tS?eoA C bS ah) it aaama itgnincant that longkcep popping his head in w hav. like Mr a \ ff0k W Uke in aubaunBuxton severely ragJeetJ his lung Ut-na binls I believe it tt wrong to lak life lot the sake of knowledge." he writes in bis stu m .holest. : meal than -mucky feeder. 1 lood, 1 saw me stuff uig in *., 1. !" ^4 v f." P ' bIuC ^^1 through RedsuVV(Collins 12*. 6d ) p U blllngi which lormed iothe wire of one of the London ifched recently side "rwiidcning" arteries, givcig Zoo's outdoor aviaries yesterday thought 1 was mad IN I HI. woi I was carrying out an expenbetween Soviet ., if the bower-birds science, this Is how Pravda , \ ''' ,lir '' ha lf ie present rapid growth 1 iK ml ri'inll 11< HL irrilalinii ** %  ,..,,11 .unu tHum nn %  ii>._ikli< ("\.^...L L. .. ... ut I fill mil > iluti .>i >.— ——*- i \< a drm' raeuH at itirritating thaire would snap them U they collect blue who objects in the Australian forests %  lood waa Each male bower-bird aUeka Iwlgl Into the earth to build uhl, row of fencing lu< then decorates with blue in unpreaa his favounte tailing d.s\Ising a booklul of flbn ha also plasters thi ftan %  ogonyok ptcturci of the indigenous population shall not < .1 Epical American -Irip resi.urccs. iu-Hui.n readar,!j * „.., ; feeling8 jn AS A ZOOLOGIST who i... People of densely populated areas is no lonualwayi prided hlm>. %  •" much confinement Ihere %  n run m iiri ,hrcl saraped ori i Baa -.humi that it., i lue only to irrational lireiu lii< mi, '*" """* ,ied on Ihe iirouiid that in'u, ; Li, watchiiu, lho -LI , •a Co OUR READERS SAY: To. Tht Editor, Die SIR. — flriUii, Tr Journal uf Uic itUi cunUIni ,i ,b>ry vii sure r^aanae loUuM. aapaei „t leaaan "Tba Colonial Hudenf • cultia, common to every itudvit JjeHBI and itudruul In a lan.l which u not his • •noa, in dalblife and cun eoMrtnceii of food and nd( lthouah the I do not norm.U; face the difficulty of lanpiage whin European •tudenls must nu "• %  aa a deeper appreherulon, nlcti Blew wall dan value of hii vuut. and mu*l be overecasa, aruina from Uw fact •* al • jn th.t of the nidiaenoui peoplr Linlad Kinedom oar thru but to their eo^' aanunit. Pag c'ouiivi beUava that no one %  created for the UM torm of anaanltjr, but at the present %  housing difficulties, it is neceaaa.y m twn otnei cttiai rial created for the uw of Colonial ita The numbers in such arc so large, parUcuhui) in it it U quite im. house,! saUsfactortly eitl.. unleeraitv halls *>f raaidan %  r. heaps U may be pON I proaei,-. J> international halls of resieac when ''its has dunin' : as It many ^• %  eeaary aeeeuaa n c.iuntry. It is best of all th.it welcome as liiendin onlhsai I mke up doily life that build up tura of %  country paruto ubUin full pru-il fron. his sUy he should, if he so wishes, be able u, assimilate ms many as possible of these par ticles of national life, so th.it **y. Th-. things, would bo the ol I Kingdom; it has failbut it %  i my count.-v must be able to form his iudxinent on the full recta and from be fully equipped (or professional dutioa, bul have gained knuwledc. men m parts ol helped to nature heavy roaponsibii;: ihe futui. countn a •n equal respoi.Ing feeling ol bilit> and partner. the peoples of the l %  to millions on tbt Cferiatn** Day. when His M.i. %  %  %  custoni avaaj nretida. Before hresantativea from rnai mas messages, and last !>> the speaker 1 rather wonderful see—I am bi *ay that Dot all ins paopk %  & that %  in L, with m> paes* >*e of no room "in %  I : I kiiuu th^t nj i>eople will be Uled with groat pride when the. %  an to me, %  ag in ma %  B i ii bigger than themill hum.in '.here wil> %  Vnmn whteh are stgneg with a eeiavda-pleair bai an •*^--W by ih* co.osrr ben. fides. ,11 hr Ignored a* mch the Kdltof. desk each wrrk 4 nd t**d tn we again reminded of the neccll, for Ihe urlter aas., u be known to the EdiWr. „, f. r Pllhlir tlon , B| M „ „,„. anej of god fgj|b_ YOIR MUtKs GALV. MESI WIRE for I IMI I'OTS & I UU HI A III \ s in 1 Inch. 11 Inch. \\ Inch mesh from IK nu In'to "1 Ineheti wise — Also — 4 Inch, f Inch by 4 feet GALVANISED LASHING WTJtg from II to II Gmuge C. S. PITCHER & CO. LTD. — Beekwilh Store ftstuM^ ihe £a&JtsA (Bhick • NEW BRIDAL SPLENDOUR AND ELEGANCE HERE TO ENHANCE ALL SPRING BRIDES DA COSTA & Co., LTD. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT FOR 8€TT€R HEALTH MORE MEAT Order theae To-day for Sunday'• Dinner '""• mill i ii.u:s uvta — RASTH (IIKKKN, I.ttKs ADD THESE BAKERY SPECIALS 01 PHONE GODDARDS ^



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SATCIDAX. \P PAOE TWO BARBADOS ACVOCATE QaJab Qallinq H IS IXCtXLBNCY the Governor .nd Mrs Savage accompanied by Mr. W. Umtxni, Prlv.te Secretary, attended the Barbados Inter-Schotl Athletic SporU at Kensington yesterday afternoon. Also present were: Mr. and Mi i. G. T. Barton, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Raed. Pretessor C. G. Beasley, Mr. C. Y. CarlUlrs. CMC. His our the Speaker and Mrs H hands. Mrs. J. Connell. Major and Mae. M L. D. Skcwes-Cox. Mr. sad Mrs. J. Challenor. Mr. S Mra. A. E. Armstrong. Mr. Mra. J. C. Hammond, Mr. and Mrs W. A. Farmer. Mr. and Mrs G. C. Miller. Mr. J. I. Smith. Mr H A. Tudor. Hon'ble G. B. Evelyn. Mr F. L. Walcott, M.C.P. Mr. L. H. Skeete and Mr. H A. Talma. The Captain". Cah-in C ABIN 12 A Is Skipper ."inn's Cabin and his room mate is . glcs" Williams. Carlb was or. board the "Oolrlto' yesterday -nd got thla inlormation from tfie '•urser. „ It Is a vary comfortable room, the two beds were covered with biown and cream check bed spreads, the furniture is of polished oak and the two easy chaira were covered in flowered cremn There was a red and cream rug %  ti the floor. The other boys also have cabins similar to this one. so we can be certain that they are comfortable, and will have a pleasant crossing over to Bngl.nd. AD Under Statement By Air and Sea M R. and Mrs. D. G. Leacoc* \ Jr., left for Trinidad yesterday by B.W.I. Airways' 11.IS I ajn. flight mtranslt lor SnglanJ, where they wlU be spending %  hol'day. Mr. Leacocx .u a Director of Musson. and President ol MR AUSTA1R D. FALCONER, the Chamber of Coerce, who is an Engineer * A*" £? E2£*?5i*i* Bookers, and their daughter PenH" !" ^ £" 10 ^ lor England, %  Leavinc by the "Golfito ny wno' era from Briush ciuiana •£ ^ J£ ~peig*r or, the left Barbados yesterday on the Jgj^... "Gohlto". Also leaving on the "Golflto was Mr B. L Shaw, Chief Accountant for Bookers. He is a Chartered Accountant and a Chartered Secretary, as well as a holder of a degree for Economics. Mrs. F. A. Seaford and her daughter Peta were other British J -^^ yen on m grounds ol Guianese leaving for England ^ y^^S, Hotel on Thursday yesterday. „ lgnl by the Manager Mr. J Iver Mrs. Seafords husband U the ia ana his wife. This is another third generation ot engineers with t0ded feature at the Marine Enmore Estate in B.G. His grand w n e re you can eat Barbecue" father came out as an Engineer sl eak which is prepared in Iron, with Bookers, then his father ana „( you. ttrs Hardmen. has been living Barbados tor about four or ve years and die u on her way > spend a holiday with her son I Lancashire. 7huray Night Party ^HERE was a 'Barbecue Steak' pon J! JZZ lenced at Cardifl to th* >•%  ><< %  n prison for what tar ludge described H "btgaTO on I wholeThomas Bevan. i> engineer, admitted six ma'riagcs .ne prosecutor said: ••Your history Iron-, •nonial point ol vow. t that is ihe right description, is se^e !" appalling." Bevan's first marriage .ooi. place in f %  Australia. a cap' -.42; his third Liverpool m li l"S I \lFC jCslVtB j *-• l_ 1 T~ -I r T s 1 II ^15 |'J IT It %  T 1 i i 1 I* 1 1 r 7 1 You'll enjoy these REAL SCOTS BISCUITS baked in Bonnie Scoogjt at the Sunshine Bistsjt Bakery, Glasgow, "an good biscuits have aoa from lor over 90 yeas. Ak for these fitOOUrilM to-day : Berm.linelDifc.Hv,. Gk> I ,m Sandwich)^ StotaV tapkaOaferNul Rt k Thin Wmekvialea, WILLIE, 9 BARR & ROSS LTD Sole 'IfeMg: H. P. Qllll.llHtCoL-d P.O. Box 173 Ilrslreton • ciowd who were at the Baggaee..,,,.,,, Mr a „d Mrs. KenWarehouse were very glad to Nou >!.., „n her way to Engneth Tucker, and Miss Pam Cresstm a last glunpse at the British |am| !1 (uIO wcl fHaand Jrlnldadlan i.; South before they had to ,cRe-Tran.ferred %  *J !" ,. rra She rushed ashore lor %  err^'-Priora.... .>JT". were the criM LUKI. M yesterday. Mr. Triimnfiliiiiii h H the West Indieo vs. England (.Ticket md'-che*.. For Indefinite Stay M R. ANTHONY HADEED. Mr Jacob Azar, Mr. Habtb Setaya and Mr. Jamil Makoul. all merchants of Trinidad, were arsiaff oi Barclays Bu\\ rivals recently by B.W.I.A. from has been in Trinidad for about Jamaica for an Indefinite r*ay amri. He has now been They are staying at Indramer ^icnt-d tu the Branch Guest Housei Worthing, here Mis Trimlngham i^> U U-r of Mr 1( H Manager of Barclays Branch hcri* The Trima ill temporarily be ith them at Bank House house is ready. until Their Football Referee M il A J. ATTI ad ban Tnnidad yester day by the "Goliito"' b \ %  in. a Londuiier, he h. %  d lor Bv an. i keen football %  and u a referee af the Tnnidu Football Associatloi %  ivlng rcfereed main vMon matches and Cup Final .ore he hopes to see quiU ball and u qu.u %  I hiring his short stay in Barbados Rtturning on the"Bayano" T 11K Pui I klaUO*' to.d .terday that Princess '.Ir-irl of Aihlone will be rctuniing to Ekigland on mo i Fyffes liner "Bayano Mrs. Piggott Is the former Mis Njncy Boyce. daughter of Mr ;i.d Mrs, Walter Boyce of thWold. Marine Gardens. After Two and A Half Months \ FTEil a holiday of two and half months Mrs. Eurm^ Taloot of Kitty. Bnton Guiana rviurneu to IXmerara by Uh -Alcoa Pilgrim". She was staying at crystal Waters, Worthing. Business and Pleasure M R. RAFIC FACKRE, a director ol Fackre Bros., dry goods merchants of Port-of-Spain, innidad. was an arrival earlier y B.W I.A. on I load with pleasure He is staying at Indramer Guts' House. Worthing. Returning to Scotland v I t M II'Al' lei D. 1 U : ursts pss I .. en rout .nd after a I. Left to right; J. M Kidney. Manager. John G^dard, Captan A. C. GUI ... From then Baggage Warehouse before embarkaUon. %  '" n / •* hut>*^d who ^** in Scotland. BY THE WAY B, BEACHCOMM A PSYCHOLOGIST has been inquiring into the possible of a man's name CM on hs actions. Perhaps I can hinder him a littlr Not long ago. when Burmese tmt. IngUnd .ined Not That Hat bought a bowler the name and ad livery. The BurmCM' That Hat Ai bowler was pr. another, and so on. Thi could nsvsT gal si address. After tv.. hot hatter gave the awkwui %  tomcr three straw txiatercniistly. Th< H -1 whan the mistake had ; Minted out to him. d his name, by deed poll, to Gong (his mother's maiden nan i was beaten by a but; crescent before a fashionable luncheon. Tki$ GPI* VB Nouhvr* O N the other hand, on a day of *now |i|1 llSSt, a man said to a policeman. "I'm I %  "Stone." %  pasatox. %  no d." "How do uou know?" sin t "He wasn't called St..r. hi'n,'' said you?" said Uie woman. "Was ItSf it began lo snow." said the R poUcanaa, "Ask i'..' | away. Intfriuilv I'roduooe. u;. %  Miss Meddler. frudiiuw. How n And what was the poheenun M>srlf: Huatabss, I expect. rrswSMBsSC Why hhould it b M\-H: That was I; name before he was petrilted. I'radnuM: Wh.it Was hi i too? Hysell i U I'radiMMe: A i apsaUng of.' Murlf. (deUbenlclg and uncle's niSOt's grandfathei \ruhitm f /nlii/.h Hers lici a i*>or hashish-seller Who euisijhi cold in a drier. His last U'ord sounded like H-a-a-ashish"— But It may have bee* o tmetu Rupert and the Dragon Pills-12 ~ WS W 8. wn rou %!• s*aa tw waa caesonan. tS) ._, ._ 1 X This Bide IB alvan b^iO AisV if. rnu iiica g rou iba gtwasaa*. U raata rnxo briaat Q*M^***., .5. You mil poMiDir aloK aa Ms clu is „ ^, IT N fticsabu. tia •mailvaj. Jm it. Rope, witti Tratst T s J a ssp i 20. Ql ten Croats. St rrcoida. (41 J a. The song clalmsd H as s 2J Construct agsla'S) 3SYou'll hava to go lo wa lor UUa. (5) i? wa*r u>t> tlsar ridac 111 i ;-;,.. %  ..LI." Ir.iH,. *' |M Klp.lasB tkiaaST road. Im Dowa L Bar* 7<>u hsve wof> ibaS U aSSj S kid for. (tU ,-J ow to roiM an opaa aaaos.. tat 3. Pound in a 111011% 4. Liki.tt Nora lound • type. 5 It wo 6. Seemingly 7. Tot iroca tlon. 131 tl. Some would ceil taia aa autr>r**.K. 14) 10. Ct'ise of many a maiden e aiwar 14, raxca trora Througo UM uekinn'iLsea." (4) IS fha day fo.:owing Apeu *SU. 13-Jl :H. \ njpa lor ilege diap U FS. (A). 2\. qulieout of the ordfr -..-ant may be iai AM ATM CIIAMPACM I %  %  SI1IK.V WIM III I lul I I K 10' LI AIJ. rsit'ES Ul BHI IMIII \l:WHITFIELD BROAD STREET DIAL 4220 From Recent Arrivals We oiler VERITAS PRKSSl Rt LAMPS-3SH Candle Power t.AIA Wlsm MISII WIRE V lo 2"—Various widths (.AI.VAN1SED PIPE & Killings W — I" iea. Our Cuslomers are asked to note that we shall not be opening on Saturday 8th instant. BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LTD. Oi ou sj/e Tim2 and Mwzi when travelling with BRITI5H WEST INDIAN MRWX YS You can book your passage through 6ur office to anywhere in the world at No Extra Cost. (Registered 6 Trinidad) Lowtr Bread Street : Brtdgetawn : Barbados PHONES iSIS !1M




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T" SATTODAr, APRIL I. io;u BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAOE FIVE Guilty Of Manslaughter • fram pace 1 up in the gutter. As he approached they moved ofl aiiu w-iKeU along the side Fire Destroys Small Shop \ i.onipietely destroyed uy lire at bt Simons VUASBBSj B*. I auuut IIM P-IIV on sutler Mbaer} .ailed out to t, and told lum If he went up th road and anyone asked him a is owned by Alphoiuu Me-lotu of the same address anu he had seen them he was to at, w valued $600. It was not insureu. "nu A tA.SE nre of unnnown origin Further up the road he met' *broke out at MoncrietTc Darn ley Phillips. Hutson Lovrl, 1'Untation, St. John at about and Prescod. They were talking 8.15 ajn. on Thursday and oeaboul how Mosely had beau.-., stroyea two anu a quarter acre* ma girl friend, it*, left ttai i ana crop rip*cuies uiia om %  mi DOOM -tbout half of an hour ana a quarter acres of tniru -.ru, Urfore leaving ha tuk ripe canes, them to ue careful how they win: [* %  canes are the property oi uown theroad. Te Mr. Ward: He saw Mosely w.th a sword pushed through hx> belt. I The Defence This closed the case for the Crown, and the Defence called witnesses. The Hist. Wilbeit I. veil, of Lodge Road, said that on the night in question about 11 o'clock he saw three young men waUdnj in his direction on Lodtie Koad— Reynold Ph Qlpi Jono ,nui l.. • saw them go into a gap, W. 1. Webster and were insure. O N Tlll'RSPAV at about ..an p.m.. a lire broke out at the residence of Martha Uaniield at Fin Hill, at Thomas and burnt a small portion of the eastern aloe of the house. The house is not covered by insurance. I \ wtOUT l week or two the West Indian Knitting Mill at Siieet. opposite the Police central Station, will be ,; rking in full swing Already uul the machine! have knitted many instead of continuing down th.bolts of cloth but installation is PA ""> ^'ived back to the still going ahead in the drying highway. He left iheni ihere an-1 room. went hoim Moaely was armed with what appeared to be an old sword. It was pushed through his belt. To Mr. KNce: 1 really do not I }'w 'of the iocal" M-|TA.F~ know what kind of weapon %  1OO J, Mosely had. It may have been a| piece of wood. T ill: UH'AlIIAK \ -...ciation will as usual hold their monthly Meeting to-day. When this Association first started very boys interest but after realising what benefit Ihev would deAdolphu, Brewstcr „l Walct ^ "vclrom it. • good many re now Street Comer said lie hud been l< "" ln r !_.. .. __. *• THE INNER BASIS eenage is fart liecoming a corner lor derelict! French Y.iwl "Potick". which sank on Mi the Caravel "Nina" with its MgftJ January 16. is still there with its masts above the water while ying on deck is yet afloat with the lighters. at home after 10 o'clock when he heard a shout of murmi Hi went out and saw Livingstone Lovell who made him. He saw Moaely armed nrttfe a sword making threats to a girl He spoke to Moaely. Mosely paid him no mind. Prescod came down the road later on. Jones left the other sldo of the road whenthey were and chucked Reynold Phillips on Preacod. Prescod cuffed Phillips and then went and stood behind them. Ii is understood that the SeciettM Association II invitaton to Squadron Leader David E. Henderson, newly appointed Manager of Seawell %  peStM that he will attend their meeting al 5.00 p.m. at the British Council. Wakeileld to-day. S BOstTLl .iM*-i 10.40 school' a High School could uv M'cn Hocking section of the Public U hV| who is ... ctulortn's bee J.T. C.Ramsay Re-Appointed Building Supervisor That "Cuff" Moaely went up to Prescod, and said ''thai cull WHS not for (too. told Ine Advocate Reynold Plnliips it was for me,, ,iay thai thtM visit-, ake peso. for I'm going to put lias sworn at loeet once a month. On tin Prescod did not ou you toiugnt' reply. He (witness) warned Mosel. agaui Mosely continued to malt Ihieaut, und he (WltMMj Csuaed his wife and daughter and sonin-law, and tolu UMB) 10 and go home. Mr. Keeee: There VTCffl ,si occailon chlksnti CUM frotn st. Peter, -aid that during the course of the i .-it the .HI ltd % %  : | plained the books to them Man) of the children tie from COuntr) %  about 20 people in the road. The.. '~ ,, "' 9*** g 1 ......i,. "n wE K... ,, .. ftUdren who are not members of the Library, join DCfOft the visit concludes. V ARIOUS KNtVtllRIES have reontved :n HssnSnp House, Office Of the Development % %  -'" %  (01 p >il of the British Caribbean Standing Closer AssoI rOOUUtOM). The Organisation regrets that it hus no copies of this Report 1 lei may, however, be obUiined, pi ice 3.. *•..* %  h. -n %  *> Public Buildings, Bridgetown. T ill: BRITISH COUNCIL centra, Wakeileld." will as usual irenlencs, ol %  World Trsntn narrow The play which roadeset from 8.30 p.m. to 9.2-0 p.m., is "Othello It Is produced Ctf Vnl Giclgud. ttltj Narrator is Duncan Carse and it was adapted for broadcasting by M It. Hi S T. Pf.Tt.lt. WITH M parts, recorded the highest rainfall during Thursday and up to ti U rdo) morning, For that period Bridgetown had IK rain at all while at the Station Hill District 9 pwtS KtK The rainfall returns WON Btl Uon Hill District 9 parts, St Genrsjs in parts, St. Philip 8 paru. •0 parts, St parts, St. James 10 parts, St. An:i. m II parts, St. John 26 parts. and St. Lucy 15 parts. "Adalina" ttrings Fruit LAOS ol cocoanuu, 5ot> %  L 150 posts god a little (resfa trim •rrired m ins island on Thursday evening oy the 50-ton schooner "Adalint," which is consigned to the Schooner Owum 1 Association There was no calls hi 11 I craft up to midd,iy yesterday. The onrj vessel to gr:.:.." oi the KkUrs \ i % %  nil called gland. I CfltO' l .iMic :i attacked the accused, and in that ftttack he was armed with %  .--word. There was doubt M whetlier the knife produced in Court was the instrument which had indicted the Injury. But even if it was, he was submitUng that the accused was within his right* to use it to defend himself from a man who was armed with a sword-a man moreover who hod made previous threats to him. They would remember too, Mr. Ward told the jury that accused had been on the defensive whDfl Mosely had been cuffing him constantly. Bt was submitting that the accused had been perfect!) within the law to act as he had acted, and had done nothing more than any reasonable man would have done. He should therefore be acquitted. Mr. Ward In the course of his address cited passages of law relating to a killing which had taken place m the result of a fight. Ihe Aii.uk Mr. Reeve replying told the Jury that the point thev had to accident with National bus M-.39. decide was whether the attack driven by Samuel Downes of on the accused was so fierce and Chapel Gap. Si Michael, at about DURING the appointments of officers and various committees at the meeting of the St Michael's Vestry on Mondav, Mr. T. W. Miller objected to the re-appointment of the Building Inspector/Supervisor Mr. J T C, Ramsay saying that that officer had very little work to do and was either incompeum n incapable of doing th. In making his objection, Mr Miller said that he did so with no malice. They as Vestrymen laid the rates of the parish and had to see that the money was, properly spent. In spite oi what anyone might' say. he maintained and could prOVfl thai the Huildmg Supervisor in the person of Mr. Ramsax' lid en littk Work ouring the 1949— 50 year. The Vestry wenl outside and brought in ; ionn.n] n the case against Lionel t0 L X ? ,i moal of ,nc wortc for lit-ffith who was to haw which they were paying a sin ... iM_-fore the Court on al monthly sum of $120 00 chargc ot housebreeking and, ***** von '' larceny Mr. Reece enter. nolle proaequi. viuillth is now a patient at the Mental Hospital and Mr. Reece told the Court that he had a certificate from the Superintendent of the Hospital, to the eflecX that no likelihood of Griffith recovering in the near future. Prisoner In Mental Hospital In the Condition Of Alleys Disgraceful Between 10 30 and II 30 am yesterday side alleys leading into '•rt were inspected by an "Advocate" I'eportei This Is what he found: Hu.be> Alle> rkets in UM CSQ only ; few •.r up half of this mating It difficult f< the alley Rotten addons and beed around In the gutIan I'not paper ;uul lettmo knocking around Entrance blocked b) push cat i l.ukes aUei onUnuadon tol UM MUSN \ should tske on the matter, Mr Bruce Weather head. Churchwarden and Chairman of UM Hurricane Relief Committee of St. Michael, told the >esterday that he could not then say .mything on the subject. He had just gone into office H Churchwarden for the Parish, and that would give him his first opportunity to sit on a Hurricane Relaaf Committee. However be was prepared to give the matter some deep consideration in UN near future md also to talk oeei the matter with I^ofessor Das i The veatry of the pei '.".-*. that question hud neve* Ben the St. Michael i tor diet usaioa I i Kped another sitting of tn CetM Relic! committee •.. that parish before May this yen .'& YEARS AGO I Karbadoa Advocate. April 1, I92&) AceldenlaJ Death About 6 p.m. on Monday whilst a four wheeled cart drawn by ., team of mules belonging to Foui Square was carting cane Plantation a man named fill Maloney of St. Mnrlm. 81 I'hil; who was sitting on the cart was thrown from his "eat. One of the wheels went into a hole jerking the cart causing it to tilt. The right hand wheel passed over his body. He was taken into the same cart, but died on hi-* way to the General Hospital. plus travelling allowance. He felt that it was oi. things, eithei Mi capable or Irajcanpetent ed that it was scandalous and dathonert in lain DJQneg sod fritter It away lnu> that. He reiterated thai the BtllMIng Supervisor did ver> little W %  rn %  rear and bt challenged any member to get up and rWulv his statements. Mr. E. D, Mottley strongly defended Mr. Ramsay and pointed out that he did not Ihink he mi called upon to do enough work, bul because of that, it could mi\ then rote be -aid that he was incompetent ot nuapable as was suggested by Mr Miller. There was more in it than the actuid eye could see and he appealed to members not to got into any political ven Mi Ramsay was a man of exirnroended by men who knee about building, but if for some reason the cnurefawardai could not get on. it was not lor them to crucify him without hearing his side of the question. Although there was a Building Supervisor, it was still within tne province of the Churchwarden to bring in an outsider to do certain The Chief Justice ordered that the ariuler. which were the subject of the charge, be returned to the owner. Fined 20/For Assault A FINE of 20 U) D) one month Of m del month's imprisonment was im%  Hail yeeterde) Mi I A. McLcod. H feund gulltj of unlawfully assaulting and beating BalUn Last*: A heap of cloth uul papei on one side .if itie road Itoadway fairly clean but fancy* endors form n block at Strei insane Isetgi Only %  few feel Aide out in spiM of this, a few large packing cases bio, | road around the centre. A heap of stuff at the Swan < trance Faiu> -basket \ endors itletely blnek thr Swan Street sntreiw i Middle street: A 'ciy unusual M a motor lorry, loaded runders parked In Uu s/hue the driver is beinn abused by tw. men manning push carts Carl parked at one side and pedestrian bet w een the lorn gad the W ife Gets Husband's Estate AT TUB silting of thl u Card laaler FIB ronlainlns and Barley Sugar ..3/Choc. Harshuallow Clgara Solr de Paris Kasler Egg Perfume Novell) 3/6 taster Fas In <*Usa 1/6, 2/6. 3/* 3/1 Foster las In Milk Jug .2/3 Faster I ** In Susar Bowl 2/3 Plastic Faster l. with Kubbrr n.dl .. .5/6 I BfcBBSs* i ( huh with < horolate Egg* 6/< SFF <)| K SHOW WINDOW (irt *our supply To-day from um 11. H i \ilimn \n LTD. Head of Broad Street "I am a proud consumer of ... GOAT CHOW The cew* begin their youns un an CALF STARTENA Ibuiaable from II. JASON JONK8 Co. LML ft booking 3or JSeauty in 3hed^sime apparel? YOU SHOULD INSPECT THESE LADIES NYLON NIGHTDRESSES Murred l..uii. reported by Ibefoie the Vestry that Mr. RaniFrank Willoughby of Bank Hall < Buy had reiujoj lo ^ ,„ Cross Road. He stated that the M-| which was requested of vele was removed from outside Messrs. DaCosta & Co. bond at the Lower Wharf on Thursday. M AJORITA KLL1S of H*id Street was wounded on her the Churchwarden. Mr. Mottley then he be is gppointed. Mr. McD. Symmouds seconded of such a nature that he could not have acted In self in any other manner than Ihe manner In which he had acted. Mr. Reece dealing with Cects of the case, drew lo the attention of the Jury tinfait Hud only Brewster had said an about Mosely thre a ten'" the accused with the sword. Even the accused had not mentioned and another car, M -aW it in his statement to the PoUce. He submitted finally that when they applied the teat ol the Is* to ill the fails of the case, ttsff) could reach no other conclusion than that the accused was guilty of the offence with which he was dsatsji d The thief Justice The Chlel JtasUce summing up. explained to the jury the differi manslaughter. In murdei. unlike manslaughter, malice thought i-itiii -i sdtnrese or implied ha.i to be eelebsaani The question thai ask 'hemaelvvs was h*-tlu-i the) chin after she was involved in an and said that as a taxpayer and Vestryman he highly appreciated 1iii> work carried out by Mr. Ramsay under the sup" the Churehwansan As a BH Guardians, he knew that Mr. Ramsay had reported to the oenc.' rtoui works ix'iiin done HI the perish and hsd o do anything tint was requiri'd ei Usft, %  I %  Vsetn b> an 11 — 1 majority nappointed Mr. Ramsay as Building Supervisor. Mr SUU only member voting against. Mo i m on Thtirsday She treated at thr General Hospital %  A N U < IIIFM si | Street and ..-out 9.15 n.iu on Thursday between the M-1907. owned and dl och i Roebuck Street cons .deiatini. all the stances of the ease, the had beei. |u he had done ou thl night. The hnv, ... U Jealous, and ri human life Hut at U realising human nature, says that if a person is attacai a person Is being bee* attacked in such a way as to put %  %  really S*1ou himself witi: some which d i' i have been acting ii and therefore held not gu uV manslaughter of The Jury returned i ud drlvi > %  "-'b s '^' Hutchinson of Deacons Road. Th.rlftW front fender ami .1 cap of M-199; were Hie Tront bumper ot is slightly damaged. A T ABOUT 3.15 p.m. on Thuisday an accident occurred on i.ightfoot*iween ;h<> M-24W6. owned i>\ of White Psrk Road, and a donkey drawn car*. F Alleyne of Station Hill The right roar fender of the car %  A s \< ( HUNT occurred on Colleton Road, Bt John about ii.m on Monday between the -I'll. %  The K.L.M. Opens New Station Building At Aruba Airport ARUBA Neth. Ant. March 31. BSaatsCy Goverii. Of Ihe I>ul.h Antilles unveiled today a memorial-plaque in the %  new station-building at Dakota rA "?? ow J port, Aruba and opened it Officially for air traffic The .ciemony was Stu the Dutch Ambassador in VeneW i i.iandijk. a representative of LAV the slanajM si West Indies Division Dr. D. A Mr. Lake Liltlejohn of the Civil Aeronautic Board USA. an^. many other authoriar Peters mentioned in his speech the aviation-history nf Aruba He went • far hack as IMS when K iriaceo to Aruba wa uhe is th : K.L.af.'l 8,000 mile network in the Caribbean and is an Important link The Barbados IVslice Magazine These Items have the Hall Mark of Quality for Men I upW. ol lilt. tow *l Ml iu„ k obulnnl Iruru l.l • \l SHIR I | colours with .iill-i attached. Shades ol blue, Ian. grey M.I! B F. N ( O L A PV JAMAH i/es 36—44 ins. 55.72 IIASDKEKCHKFIi. A vith Initial. %  Mk .. *r. IHMIKI HI Hill. IrlHi l.incn h.111.1 %  Ka.li I I.IJ II \Mlkl 111 llll I Pun ii„ii stitched. Kach l.invn hem;lth Initials Me. KAUIAl: rVJAMAS, unveil IUIIUII und wool for travelling. Striped i II.ANLSE SILK IMINHH li; sleeves. .ills with elastic I i.Mii 11.21 to 11.11 Khaki & White • l.inglii I ItaUl Tl ser Top HOSE. Mse 44 • 111 ft JANT/.N K \l IK I RISKS ,1, -hades ! 14. IS Pair II.M JAM /IN HA I II Mils v Back, ,/. 4u is .i, .HU I..J -it W.H. THE ADVOCATE STATIONERY Price 2/CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LTD. 10, 11. 12 & 13 Broad Street %  C N. Reece of -.1 John. the car and the %  i-re damaged. %  Mil 1 \NM \l. I I she Barbados Sanitary il l.Ou p.m I VUMIM Klh I motor I. Csarast Caisrrn at aaout P-1M. owned by Meesr< .lion, and b> Eustace Clarke I* .rge rov aaer HHH mi SOME OF llll SI III tis KNIGHTS" DRUG STORES VALOR STOVF.S—3 Burners VAI.OK STOVF.S—Pressure lyp. BLOW TOR* IIIn LLKCTRIC VLLCANIPERS (SThNOR) IIC HOT PI (Single mid Double Bui llll IKK UMII) WARMKRS HI UMNO LAMPS I..MH1I-.S HOand V IIOIII III COURTESY CARAGE AUTO PUMPS—Hand und Fool AUTO TROUBLF. 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; : an Empire Conference to “investigate what common ground
N ASSIZE JURY afte -fi i ‘deli ion | init . ; ; 4
A Q r forty-five minutes ‘deliberation Of Mussolini's Rescuer exists for acceptance of the idea of cyeating an Empire |
{ f Be me a Alfred Prescod of Christ Church guilty ii PARIS. March 31. Assembly and to consider to what extent Empire countries |
. : ot = me ——- ¢ His Honour the Chief Just Several demonstrators were in- can supply goods at present being imported here from
. ae ur ihe Chief Justice. | | jured and arrests were made whe ; ”
| Sir, Allan Collymore postponed | a crowd of several } } meal — dollar sources”.
V : F e dl sentence, and asked the pol.ce to| Aaa caien caeteen 2 — — — *: Marlowe told me. at:the House
i ’ dor L | Wy 2 . “4 Torces 0 Ee %, c j r ; va
! e€ rien iy make inquiries about the char-| | outside the office of the Conserve. : - = omer hirer aa Sate
| | acter of the deceased, Leonard | tive’ newspaper Figaro in the was a fair amount of support
) i spaper Figaro in the & for this proposal both in the
IscuSSIONS ae ; Champs Elysees late to-day . Consheuniibe Party and in Em-
| | Mosely died at the General Traffic on the broad avenue was A [ t By pire countries ee 3
4 (From Our Own Gorrespondent) pees in Fr early a of | i jammed as police tried to disperse id u His Idea was that the Empire
| st i? der November 1, last year. e had 1e crowd which gathered in front viii oe } “
The ae ae ae eee es | been stabbed in the centre of his ‘of the newspaper office in re- 2 10 000 0 epi le aakene: of
Yard in Bermuda is Stee os forehead on the night before. vonse to an appeal by left wing é o a Western at European countries
SS know for Salad ese “ty ‘0; Evidence was to the effect that rganisations of former resistance i Member should” be appointed
Discussions between the dele-| Mosely. and Prescod had been | | {ghters, deportees and others House Of Representatives |from cach Empire country and
{ gation from the Bermudan House| {@%tne on Lodge Road and The demonstration was called in would be in: constant session to
eee yin eM a actainetes | Mosely was. wounded during the provent siamaaes Figaro’s announce- Approve 3rd Year Plan discuss: matters: of "eornies-Bin-
se : 7 1 ig nent that it intende is TAG “C antes ok inka |
J Officials is still proceeding ana| "Or: on for the defence we the memoirs of Otto Skorzeny, the | ‘The Me LNGTON, March 31. | pire interest.
are expected to continue until) y,, "> # E Wacd. onal “he E. V. YEARWOOD (Class 2) of Coleridge School demonstrating the “Western Roll” to win the | commander of the German para- | The United States House of} He proposed one of the first ”
the middle of next week. srogecuting Gdurivel . — the High Jump event at five feet, one and three quarter inches at the Barbados Inter-School Sports | troopers who rescued Mussolini Sriated! $3,108 450000 for tha thins protiems.ce! be. tackled, by. the
2 aihe . s . c _ us ate 3,102,450, P » “dik 2 “m vas . aS—
oe a oe _, ve Solicitor General Mr. W. W which was held at Kensington Oval yesterday. after the overthrow of Fascism year of Marshall Aid plus Ameri- reins hates ee ~ bie ae (
0 rn home abou ed-| ; ~ / : : A i eS Bas nen i a a rn . and Italy’s surrender to the Allies eee aa m€ : tion of inter-Iy e trade a
n Reece K.C. - ’ nder to the Allies. toan “Point Four” Aid t i re ar ec
nesda Thursday and ; . The 5 has eee Bn . 4 to under-| view to dollar economy.
Admiralty Guuieton. is, Kineotad to) Hearing’ of the cam m@arted bn i P ° , f g > 45 . ia oe Mar malt ont vere dis- | developed world areas The Assembly should also con-
‘ t s Ss ex Riss inet aie ' , sed after half an holir’s con- hn i ‘ undia , yf woly ) sc
{ be published some time after| P2ursday y our oints oviets xX oti 1 fused struggle. Unlike other Paris | «. The President had asked for} sider way modifying Imperial
their departure. A Resident demonstrations this one did not | 9°°372;450,000 but the House trim-} Preference agreements and elim-
Mr. Nicholas Dill, leader of the As hearing resumed yesterday Ti appear to be organised. The. de- (ae it by $270,000,000 before fins inating tariffs.—(By Cable).
ees ea me this afternoon cone een, — _ the wee Oo & Ave ar | * ® monstrators neither carried ban- a ae aan by le io 86 ma ee
tee ns lie Late Road, and told esources n 1 lan ners nor chanted slogans, apart }*°'C#n “conomic “Assistance Bil
: dockyard would not be closed} °f Lodge Road, and told the | from shouting “gestapo” and sim- | °! 1950 )
+ LISBON, March 31 I
| “We have had very friendly dis- cones that on October pa 1949,}. dove to stop toned’ the TN 1 P ilar insults at the police The «approval by the Lower
cussions,” he said. ne was at his home a little way a Sane Re one , , re —Reuter. House, which alone may appro- e
“The Admiralty have been per-| from the road’ He had heard ge tm es ee Pt Acheson ells 88 | : {priate money, came after a week | igyplians
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fectly frank about the whole busi- ae eaiitipe ation, and he| a, American Chief of Naval WASHINGTON, March 31. ie oe San e ing which an | ad
> ave is sce avery ven 0 P window . TL? ‘ ~ a " Ss rebvelllor ) ( ‘Yessmen { yA , are «
meee, discussed every Shanes "Thineiinr in the road,} Operations, at a Press Confer-| United States Secretary of State Dean Acheson accused | 6» gre ° 9\led by J hin aa me TRO, 7 ee
ase. Sé y ad,| - ei | acat : : . ~ pe Ay, ogarty (vemocrat) J. Dre i V.. Cernik, se :
| Where is still room for hope.” | and Cleveland Jones going to- Sp iki de: Meal | the Soviet Union to-day of SSUES the detachment ol Miss Blandish got 99 votes to 86 in Committee to | exiled former ¢ cachaeiliaaniaa Davis {
4) Mr, Dill and his colleagues ara) wards his mother’s home He| Aflantic Pact’ Countries -wae| inkiang Province from China “on a grand scale”. : Withhold aid from Britain so long | Cup Plavers, jeGe- Dien
p asking the Admiralty that if/came out and saw Mosely lying] seq whether he thought there| Acheson was referring at his weekly Press Conference 4 ets A Warnin as Ireland remains divided. This | cranvyea ptian nationality, it
94h any r i > ros > ie revive P | . Pe . é -nig efeate 296 votes : ¥
Fock eS ere. een ee | Mosely whe ads tat in whe fore. | Would be another war within the| to radio announcements from Moscow and Peking of a & | 28 10 night defeated by 226 votes | was officially announced here to-
i “reduced buat ny my ‘eves ae py but did ane minneed’ He next five JOBE: ws colic a | Sino-Soviet agreement on Singkiang. ; PARIS, March 81 | Also defeated was a provision ri toy: Menke Casio aller
‘ tirely. —(By Cable). waited until the Police came : oricall) 7 he cull “But He described the terms of the Liliane rnoult the young} Which would have cut the cash | king: in the Egyptian ten-
l; i f aay the best ae to eal Cereeperts On Sinkiang S ©:]) Prench Actress who took over the | total of the third year of Aid, and Int ynships ;
\ if After Theatre os Geiceas ineavey| resources as an impairment of the | ‘ole of “Miss Blandish” after the|Mave substituted an equivalent Drobney. and Cernik: will’ play
i Garvey Lays Wilfred Yarde, also of Lodge| War 18 to ais age 8 aacs, Sovereignty of China. jisappearance a twentvetes value neri¢an surplus farm Aer Wo ‘ lours in M ‘0
' ’ ' rays to do this, he said were: | Ach —_— a sappearanc c t ty-two ee }under Egyptian colours in Monaco,
Road said he had gone to the| The ways to do this, cheson recalled how several) joar-old Nicolé Riche. has been] Product: bt : thew are
t > | ’ . States must ‘ oe /C% ti ic che las been | PFO Rome an Pai until they are
t ; Plaza with Darnley Phillips (1) The United S a4 weeks ago he had emphasised} Warned she will “suffer the samé¢ The appropriation measure, |), to represent Egypt in. the
; The Corner Stone Reelep harinentresthey walked up| keep a breathy patina) WINDOW Soviet moves against China border] fate uniess she withtr ie Same | which includes only $25,000,000 for , ide ee ae a alae tie.
Ber Lodge Road. They met Prescod, | pcan “an es wah onn| provinces as “one of the most sig- M. Sacha Terribe Eride, who} the start of a “Point Four” pro- | Mohammed Bey Su!tan, an Egyp- |
m0 METHODIST CHURCH } the accused coming towards VEY SCRE i BE nificant developments in Asia to-| plays the part of the inspector | sfamme instead of $45,000,000, the |4ian tennis federation official told
Barbad roct ‘ort’ ‘ | Water Street. Prescod asked material — which enabled | vert aid ciimedoe ‘ day.” in the Fre hats x in a "the | President stated, must now go to | Resertele yi a ‘ :
EI] IZE, Bt Honduras, March 31 them if the last bus had come up| /, Tm “unite routes, cena afternoon. at Kenaington ins Acheson said: “When the text} american gangster play “tf. | the Senate for approval and then |” 5a ho —Reuter, |
‘as, é . a ates st} -" H 7 : a ri in coat - \, - , a . > ; ‘
Governos Ronald Garvey, in a| yet. They said no and the three| (2) The United States must)} Pins Division Fixture, of the Sino-Soviet agreements] Orchids for Miss Blandish”, said | © the President for a signature. |
“ft s ; Pil Aces of them walked up the road. As maintain here military} Both Everton and Empire have concluded in Moscow were an-)coveral warnings to this ‘effect | —Reuter |
"eolourful cremony this evening, me 4 ee sac | strength. won their two fixtures already nounced, I pointed out that the/; veers warnings 1 : i a a ee } rye re
the comer stone to the new| they reached near Estwick’s shop e Bh hea at. this season and it will be inter- : . : had been passed to him on th: te Tite tctory 3
‘ e : a they saw a man He left the| (8) “In the United States—and esting to see which, of these important thing was not the pro-! telephone. Mme. Liliane Er it’s | ‘ -
mecist Qurch which ee ae thet a ) there and went home I think this holds good for) teams will be the" first to drop vision in them but the results | eo ogy fas 5 a ae . 9 \ *
old onevhat was destroyed in| 0'e o there and. we! ; ans “> . We any points in the Senior Compe- hi . . nother receivec vO similar ; of ‘ok fe
1931 hurricane Leon Perch told the Court that any. other ee he Set. tithon . oe which would follow. | warnings, ald she appealed to | ers BlowT omimyjorm
Reet TAD RDM a) oe on October. 31, 1949 about 11.30,1 Trust "be: united! with a pant TABLE TENNIS The recent announcement in the| ;.¢). daughter not to appear °
sPrincess Auice, Countess ol He. was ‘epmine we “Lode, Read imum of internal dissen-| “BOYS” COMPETITION AT Soviet Press of the setting up of} 4 lie Te oy “7 d § BELGRADE, March 31,
hione, wa scheduled to lay the enlkiag ‘hie oloyale; Heo anet sion.” There Wi he bys’ Com. || Joint companies to exploit the oil wi co psig 9 Be eae raers Viadimir Debijer, Yugoslav
er stong if her proposed visity oe a iG Phillips, Cleveland Jones| (4) “We must have among]! petition in t#ble tennis at the || and mineral resources of Sinkiang| !¢t,the management down”. ceeded ,, | Director of Information, told a
British fionduras last month} *¢ynold El Pov ibe saggry er ip Atlantic treaty nations Y.M.C.A, tonight starting at |] Province gives further point to|. Several police inspectors were | PARIS, March 31. | press conference here to-day that
not ben cancelled due to} and ee They er ew complete mutual co-oper- 9 F derecho what I said. in og Grand Guigno! Theatre lay* Six leading Paris morning | the Government’s victory in Sun-
est here—(By Cable) oer rier | ation, confidence, respect Gill's ‘Memorial vs James $ “We now see tht apparent re-| ™8ht while she was being kid~| papers to-clay accused French|qay’s General Elections was “one
L sal eee eats t lates dial é ; , s r 3 St Ls s gangsters | jet) 5 . ” ;
4 and assistance. vam vs Cathedral sumption on a grand scale of the ae on 8 eee be man | Iusties, of tating to protect = of the erenteat ews een
t “ , - armeé . j dy I ri 9. tyaleic he stage—her rs e ~{dren from cruel parents follow- r had suffered since they be-
. rahe Admiral Sherman continued “if Modern vs Giive. i process of detachment of Sinkiang| “ L cr form had ; ;
5 ; | Secret Cache Ss these four points can be achieved} "Dre OLok hivectoe eee Province, a process begun years! 2MCe. : : ‘. ing the finding of a six-year. | gan their campaign against Mar-
‘e Justice Malone | + ; there will be no war, as it will TEAMS DATE TIME ago, and interrupted only briefly! . tf olice were continuing their | old boy on the brink of the Seine | shal Tito.
| k ound In Italy He discouraging to attack any mnorttess vs ¥.M.C.A, 1 April during the most desperate period] inquiries in the disappearance of| with “orders to drown himseif.”! The people had fully endorsed
Retires 7 of us” eet Th Gaeiton April of the last war.” Mile. Riche, ™ whe vanished } Louis Simon, small son of 4/that policy of “cooperating with
} ROME, March 3 HS _| Asked whether he thought the Mon rd at 6 p.m. “The device being employed is ee a fur : ee over aeee lrailway platelayer, was to-day | all who respected Y ugoslavia s -
PBarbades Atvocate Correspondent) | Police announced to-day ‘that|pjan could be put into effect, he tu ae oe 1} April |) that of the joint stock company, kane t oe ag aa W| being looked after by the Public} dependence and os her : ne~
GRENADA, March, 31. |secret arms caches unearthed in replied “I certainly do”. | Hcokte. am Abtose Skarines now familiar as an instrument of} 2"¢ Are oO e pia} eee a Assistance Board of Corbeil, south | coming either a repu lic, a colony
| © Sir Clement Malone Chief ithe pas’ month throughout Italy) —Reuter. || April Tues, 4th. at 7.30 p.m Soviet economic penetration and A Scange. hy: BN eedeiog Sent | ot Paris. Attracted by passers-by} or a remote Tsarist Regime. c
} tice of the Windwards and |contained: ' ng ¥M.C.A, 1 April control in Manchuria and eastern} % Note to the dressing room of! crying on the river bank yesiev-| He said that Moscow's yee
| Geowards todjy retired at the age| One field gun, four grenade Fortress on ads April Wed Europe. the first “Miss Blandish vont | Gays he said: “Mother told me to} ganda on the elections yee
65 after % years of the legal|/throwers, 25 machine guns, 36 Plane Runs Out Sth. at 5 p.m : “The peoples of Asia will be in-| “1 want to see you urgently about! throw myscif into the water’ not at Yugoslavia. but at the
fession ang almost seven at nts| tommy guns, 147 automatic riftes, Aneedral: Ve YMCA. | 2 terested to note that under the| Your mother.” Earlier she ma] He said he wanted a boat to} masses in (he east and in the west.
‘ é a Ss “ Thad ¢ , 5 received ¢ 2 ‘eatening . s ig anal
sent office when he was fare~|710 rifles and shotguns, 389 re- O F l: Makes YMG, Tah xe Apris |] terms of the agreement, as an- received three ee letters] take him to the middle of the Reuter,
lied by ma@nbers of the bar at! volvers and pistols, 421 mortar uel April Thurs. 6th. at 6 p.m. nounced, one ‘ali of the mineral| telling her to give up the part of river, where he would jump in.
special siting of the Supreme | shells, 2,658 hand gremades, 625 . ye mt te ye Waldorf April and petroleum production accom~ “Miss Blandish ecause it WAS yj act October, the papers said no MURDER CASE MONDAY
urt this morning. shells, 197 bayonets, 1,701 detona- Forced Landing Gariton vs Barna April's Thuts plished will go to the Soviet Union, | “immoral Raute | police action was taken against The only murder case on the
Seated “on the bench too wat ; tors, 175,169 rounds of small arms 6th. at 8 p.m. leaving only one half for the use —RAWeT, | his parents when Louis’ nose was March Assize Calendar starts on
; tice Williams Talmer. Others}ammunition, about 12,000 pounds BAGHDAD, March 31, igus vs Abbey | Mnirines |] of impoverished China. vinnin |fractured. His mother said it’ Monday at 10 a.m.
} sent were ~ Justice Harold! of explosives, two knuckle-dust-| A Viking of Misr (Egyptian) actan 2 ~ cee a ; “Evidently Soviet economic aid \ woe cansediin Metall sadkeaine acetiohald Fioidée tk the accused:
tones and Hon’bie Garnet!ers, five radio transmitters, and/Air Lines, overdue on a ee Sat. 8th. at 6.30 p.m is not cheaply bought, ne 66 erious | =a SSS
‘ Sy 70 signal rockets. from Cairo to Teheran, made a Shamrock vs Y.M.P.Q. April as we see in this case, th the |
i rdon of St. Lucia 170 signal roc © |

Sat, Sth at 8.30 p.m,
YÂ¥.M.C.A. 2 vs Fortress April
Sat, 8th at 7.30 p.m.

Waldrot vs Bracklyn April Sat.
8th at 8,00 p.m.
SAVANNAH CLUB TENNIS
Yesterday's Results

—Reuter. |forced landing near Lake Van, 60
miles inside Turkey from the
Iraqi frontier. It ran out of fuel.

This news was given here to-

day by the manager of the air-

‘ impairment of sovereign’y and
—By Cable. } r reigns
By On relinquishment of 50% of current

production.”’ —Reuter.

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lines agency after Royal Air Force LADIES’ SINGLES FINAL m ates a |
“pe G ‘Tle ) ican saan had scoured the aun a Wood beat Mra. A. A. Trinidad The oe — Gacneelaee
J : cai zibbons 6—1; 6—2, b c . “1 alian colony |
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ed to have crashed. Me. & E Bee } |
Latest reports said Turkish au- Mrs. ‘C. S. Lee and ‘An Ma Witeen : A notice in the Se ee
ON. Mat 31 iti had supplied the plane 4—6, 6—2, 6—2, B G. 3 I anguage newspaper by J, Drew,
LONDON, Cae <~ secriggen and wes continuing TO-DAY'S FIXTURES ® ® os Chief administrator announced
Britain was thrilled to-day by the news thé Royal the flight to Teheran. It was said Cc. B, pisatl & Or Pecher als the ten would be banished im-
Navy divers had discovered a sunken Spanish ‘ASULE)t4 carry a crew of five but no Dr. C. G. Manning and BP. Tay. (atpecion Nate Sree a) mediately to the towwnship ct
a ' : or. . ’ ’ . sseni the rder .
salleon repirted to hold a fabulous hoard — d i\OONS,| passengers as reported ee Sites Renttad-teies Trinidad won the fAfth and|Tessenii on the Sudan bord r

iP 8 : P igh sold plate and gems worth —Reuter. Mrs. J. Connell & Mrs. F. D. final test in the Intercolonial It warned that collective fines

lf ducats, pies of eight, gold plate, ” Barnes vs. Mrs, R. §. Bancroft & would be imposed on villages

li £ 30,000,000 aoe, Aj Mist ®. Woes. Sees nt the Oe. Grouae toany where particularly grave cases of

f ere rey r livers are diggi the beating B.G. 3-1. : renee : ;
“ : rs are digging th oe er ee as
i Ro oe es " Bal voy of 16 teet of mud and} Seretse Welcomed | B.G., scored first two minutes Sarmeus OE SNe

i Women Invade sand under Tobermory, Bay, ae | Bri in . ee 9 - Maced a wetaieeeien with, the sitaminies
[} | nereer op peer. the In Gaberones j tain Denies con vend vatades of the penalt to prevent delay in the capture

i ee act.” the belle “ r of criminals.

: h h jvessel to check the belief that GABERONES, March, %31. Y . : spot. c ea See
i Cc are ltreasure—sought for generations Seretse Khama, the young ban- Soviet Charges On resumption Trinidad carried] _ The Italian : Representative
| C March 31 i : er ‘ato Chief, arrived |the attack and netted three Committee hore last night ommed |

dae mee ned Damage ing his at LONDON, March 31 ying sr lett] Signor Alcice De *Gasperi, the
j Jeep-borne plice reinforce-| The divers’ report that her| here at noon to-day ending his ai ee 3 , Doughlin playing at inner let Ttali Prime Minister, - telling
ere seni to-day to the|timpbers of African oak are stil) ht London back to Bechu Britain to-day denied Russian | <.ored first. alian ime 1 ster, ‘Hing
. ite mountain vilage of Cardeto, a grid a. The treasure is said re )|charges that the western powers Five minutes later he ageinj im there was a “serious oe
gn the wild regon of ae to have been under the captain’s| “pis plane passed near Mahelie’ than oe ane arming an Aus- scored and Lewis geared the ae Tenises ae, cae — Be ae .
Italy, to clear 200 = embattled cabin. 95 miles to the north where hig rmy. A Foreign Office /15 minutes later playing at cenir¢ wie ip pala we a
women from the jocal Church. —Reuter. | nite wife Ruth, who is expect- a kee — eo} forward. mane of Eritrea before Septem
‘I Carrying red fhgs, the ins ing a baby in July, is living. Army newspaper Red Star, said| The teams were; — The Committee also issued a
j invaded the Chirch yesterday, Seretse is to be driven “by car iase wad. tie ciel gendarme in| Trinidad: Gonsalves, Parsonj

threw out the pritsts who argued the last part of his journey—iVe communique to the Italian com-





























: F | 1 j : : cae tx the western zone of Austria—as|Garcia, Charleau, Joseph, Winh,| | ists here asking them to
with a end peat off ~" Fire Breaks Out In 50 miles to Lone ee gh was allowed in all occupation |Carr, Hinds, Lewis, Doughlin and cam calni the aes of their
three local police. ; Bechuanaland ut outside a Griff”. ene a . , :
, ne of | Be. S. : ‘ that Wed-
i The rest of the pene’ I Belvedere Palace Bamangwato reserve. As Serets®}"" 6" further denied Soviet| B.G.: Prescod, A._Williamson, oaan Se nies Nations 2 an OD OD OD. On Oe OO ED OE
i three thousand Pasants, selggpeny. stepped out of the plane, a great charges that the Austrian Treaty Small, Wiltshire, Goraon, Brath- Connie ——
: for their own lang stood by and) VIENNA, March 31. , roar of welcome went up from the | was being delayed by the west to| waite, Steele, Harris, Caetava,|~ f eater #,
? watched. — 7. tthe cam-| Fire broke out in the early| crowd of tribesmen awaiting hiS)yuilq up an Austrian army. Whaines and Delcusn. 3d COM
f The so was Bart S ws Sats | hours of this morning in the east] arrival.—Reuter. —Reuter. —By Cable. ere ees a
paign by thousals of prasen.| wing of the famous Belvedere| | oman a
f in western italy Suen ere Salnce ini Wikuine Gi li =* Doctor | y U.K.-Brazil Trade o teelate TOF MARK REG,
ment measures for he splitting up This historical “Golden Cham. iMitian oc i W. Ge 5 Saar C * o_¢ °
of big estates and he distribution |... oy""Brinee Eugen, wher | : rmany, am | Agreement Ends delicious and refreshing
of land amongst he —— | many~ important intimate meet. | Arrested | ‘ , il
‘ y ere. Hers in Sears of ae qe oO hi ro RIO DE JANEIRO, March 31. | .
PaO Sec fit aug | PALERMO, March 31. | Join Counci li u ype The 1949 Anglo-Brazilian Trade Bottled Under Authority of
i 4 li paintings ang ie! ae a Agreement expires at mid-night
Ch b Si | Police to-day claimed STRASBOURG, March 31 The Committe of Ministers|to-night and for tl xt fe
i 5 = ere des-| rested the “medical STRA: JRG, March 31, » Committee of I “TS | to-n and fo ve nex Ww a
Prince ar s egns fer — a : a final text of the invitations decided to set up a joint Stand- veeks at least there ill be no | THE COCA-COLA COMPANY
Military Aid Agreement ; ‘he Western Germany and the Saar ing Committee with the Consult-| agreement between the two coum‘
RRISSE : ’ “RE ito the Council of Europe was ative Assembly. The Committee | tric ‘
RI wae S Wammable =). |adopted by the Council’s Commit- will comprise seven members re- Meanwhile, until the new agree- | BY
Pica poe. = quid a Ces aoe : ; ;tee of Ministers when it met here presenting the Committee of Min-| ment is signed there will be no|
1 ‘ on ne ta . 3 {this morning under the chair- iste-s and 7 representatives ap-| appreciable difference in Anglo- (2
U cel rie . 7 t + oF jmanship of French Foreign. Min-. pointed by the Standing Commit- Brazilian trade relations, the Em- BARBADOS BOTTLING CO. LTD.
oerirer ‘ sa0H tures jr aa ee pi: P ~ tister Robert Schuman tee of the Consultative Assembly. | bas 3p ‘Reuter
. of invitation state ia 2 ee camiptpantpemenemnnninieneimatitimiata:
ae ill ' = vo bo : t the Listen to the COCA COLA NEWS over Radio Distribution ry
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Saturday
April 1
1950.

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STABBER GUILTY
DF MANSLAUGHTER

Sentence Postponed






A yesterday, found Alfred Preseod of Christ Church h guilty
_ of manslaughter,

* His Honour the Chief Justice
| Sir, Allan Collymore postponed
; sentence, and asked the police to

Nery F riendly

| make inquiries about the char-
| acter of the deceased, Leonard
Discussions“,
| Mosely died at the General
| Hospital in the early morning of
(From Our Own Correspondent) | Nove : rear
November 1, last year. He had
LONDON, March 31. been stabbed in the centre of his

The future of the naval. dock- | Sheehoad: on,



’ the night before.
aioe non a uniikely tc Evidence was to the effect that
) Discussions atwunn the dele- Pr say and. Prescod had. heme
ation from the Bermudan House fightng on Lodge Road and
Assembly and Admiralty | aan was wounded during the
ain: is stil , yf MEE ao i
he expected ra Oeeeaae meal Council for the defence was
middie of next week. |Mr. D. H. L. Ward, while we
rmudan del S prosecuting Counsel was the
to = 3 eee oer Solicitor General, Mr. W. W.
m@sday or Thursday and the Reece KC. hil il
Admiraity decision is expected to Hearing of the case started on
published some time after] To¥'sday. > nel
departure. A Resident






. Nicholas Dill, leader of the| _ 4S hearing resumed yesterday




































- £30m Tieasure Found By Roy! Navy

Rarbados

————— rt treestiitneneeneteseeesnnsstisnlsennstaeseennncenseneensnem estes nwo

EMPIRE ASSEMBLY PROPOSED BY MP.

Would Discuss Dollar

N ASSIZE JURY after forty-five minutes ‘deliberation |



|

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E. V. YEARWOOD (Class 2) of Coleridge School demonstrating the “Western Roll”

to win the
High Jump event at five feet, one and three quarter inches at the Barbados Inter-School Sports
which was held at mensinaton Oval yesterday.

Fo Soviets Exploiting Oil

Four Points













Defeats



ation told me this afternoon| Felton Legali took the witness To Avert ctonel
was still hopeful that the| Stand. He said he is a resident esourees n lan
ig ard would not be closed} °f Lodge Road, and told the LISBON. March 31.
4 have had very friendly .| Court that on October 31, 1949, "
; y friendly dis Ways t t —f h
_ Cussions,” he said. he was at his home a little way sila viateblak- hag ine Acheson Tells Press
“The Admiralty have been per-| from the road’ He had heard lined by Admiral Facsnat Shee. |
). feetly frank about the whole busi- _—w Rnistipe abut, and’ he American Chief of Naval WASHINGTON, March 31.
; me, vo have discussed every wan oe ore tis. ida tions, at a Press Confer-| United States Secretary of State Dean Acheson accused
* case, sé 3 é nae . 7 ; . ° . :
, ere is still room for hope.”\ and Cleveland Jones going to- | Page Rete, to-day i | the Soviet Union to-day of resuming the detachment of
B . Dill and his colleagues ara| wards his mother’s home. He Abentic Pact’ Cc SantPtas, wie Sinkiang Province from China “on a grand seale
asking the Admiralty that ifjcame out and saw Mosely lying] ageeq whether he thought there | Acheson was referring at his weekly Press Conference
stonomy cuts “have to be made) ‘in the road. He tried to revive! Would be another war within the| to radio announcements from Moscow and Peking of a
dockyard operations should be| Mosely who had a stab in vhe fore net five years Si a ;
, ; ‘ bay 5 years. Sino-Soviet agreement on Singkiang.
luced but not shut down en-| head, but did not succeed, He it nneishiek a neat hab Guestion
ly, —(By Cable). | waited until the Police came Poteet tar cane: hans | He described the terms of the
. , meetenlty, bal” said, “But I agreements on Sinkiang’s 0)!
After Theatre one: i » a Pay: RY, 0 oie} resources as an impairment of the
Garvey L Wilfred Yarde, also of Lodge| War 18 to discourage attack. Sovereignty of China.
Road said he had gone to the *, Mi Ag ee a cont Acheson recalled how several
, Plaza with Darnley Phillips. ‘ Fc. eee) Sa weeks ago he had emphasised
The Corner Stone Atter:the theatre they walked: up keep a healthy national| WI Soviet moves against China border
as Lodge Road. They met Prescod, economy to keep “an the| W provinces as “one of the most sig-
0 METHODIST CHURCH | the accused coming towards a error ae ee votinnias a developments in Asia to-
Water Street. Prescod asked ee rere. ayer ced Huahine a ay.”
{ Pi . , , ror rare Qverton and Err : Ta
Beh Nar tnce Mees. | them if the last bus had come up 9 a} haf ares roo a raoon at Kensington in Acheson said : ;when the text
Governor Ronald Garv in vet. They said no and the three} <2) @ United: States ee Fire’ Division Fixture. of the Sino-Soviet agreements
colourful ce thi aie yf them walked up the road, As aaln here, military | ne Everton and Empire haye concluded in Moscow were an-
colo ctremon lis evenin c = ake ; Rbed-sieshs epheie . won their two fixtures li
laid the ‘3 . . val they reached near Estwick’s shop strength. aa : this season and it will top aie nounced, I pointed out that the
ai cotner stone to the ne 3 In the United States—and zat ,
: : they saw a man. He left the| 8) “In the United Sta = esting to see which, of these important thing was not the pro-
) Methodist Church which replaces de hoe ‘ I think this holds good for}] teams will be the" first to drop vision in them but the results
P the old one vhat was destroyed in a ath te nd » fees any. other country. Wel ang. polats in the Senjor Compe- which would follow. Si
l eon Perch. tolc 1e © ; : : i : :
the gic, patsersmar at 1949 about 11.30.) 0 Tust*be united with a nut TABLE TENNIS The recent announcement in the
COS ot was coeaine we Lodee Rend imum of internal dissen- “BOYS” COMPETITION AT Soviet Press of the setting up of |
Ary eewecuied to lay the walking his bic ycle He met sion.” There will os Bogs’ Com+ joint companies to exploit the oil
‘ope to a ras sth | Reynold Phillips, Cleveland Jones} (4) “We = must have —among}| petition in table. tennis at the and mineral resources of Sinkiang
o onduras last mon 7 Bo al Atlantic treaty nations Y.M.C.A. tonight starting at Provinee gives further point to
i Mosely. They were standing : , 9 Pp
had not been cancelled due to, &"¢ : complete mutual co-oper> ‘ orcledie, what I said.
ge Fixtures sre:—
unrest here.--(By Cabie) oo bea er mY: ation, confidence, respect | Gill's Memorial ve James St “We now see the apparent re-
and assistance. avae vs Cathedral °"* : sumption on a grand scale of the
mg She . . j . | m vs ‘@
Secret Caches | gacrirs Siti tan'be achieved|| Maen, velHarriany Colege, || Process Of detachment of Sinkiang
Justice Malone 1 d I Ital there will be no war, as it will TEAMS DATE. TIME ago, and interrupted only briefly
I oun n ita iy We Giscourasing to attack any | en ee a ine Re PL during the most desperate period
Retires : ; | of us Everion Il ve. Carlton. April of the last war.”
, ROME, March 31, | Asked whether he thought the Mon &rd_at 6 p.m, “The device being employed is
(Barbados A@ocate Correspondent) | Police announced to-day ‘hat | plan could be put into effect, he Tune ee Bi, -serpe 1 April |) that of the joint stock company,
GRENADA, March, 3}. ‘secret arms caches unearthed ” feplied “I certainly do”. Brooklyn vs Abbey Marines now familiar as an instrument of
Sir Clement Malone Chief!the pas’ month throughout Italy —Reuter. || April Tues. 4th. at 7.30 p.m Soviet economic penetration and
Justice of the Windwards an4|contained: ; wa rue tate be 1 April ae in Manchuria and eastern
> od at the age| One fie gun, four grenage Fort Wi urope.
Loemmems toGy retired at , throwers, 25 machine guns, 36 | Sth, at 8 Ye a “The peoples of Asia will be in-
{ 65 after 3 years of the legal , ne nhuns pom. people 1 be in
° ti mmy guns, 147 automatic rifles, Cathedral vs Y.M.C.A. terested to note that under tt
professio and almost seven at nis | tommy guns, 389 Yr ; April Wed. 5th at 6 p.m ae Bee tenant
vrwpent oiceyw ten he was farce) 710 rifles ahd shotguns, 389 Te] Qe Fyede Makes || Cue. Tawtii, age || terme of the agreement as an-|
» > rolvers é MStOIS, fe = 1 uns. 6th. at 6 p.m ’ alf o e minera
welled by menbers of the bar at) vo vere. Roe yyremades, 624 Y.M.P.C, | vs | Waldort il d 1
sittin. {f the Supreme | shells, 2,658 hand gremac S, ‘ . ys aldorf Apr and petroleum production aecom-~
theme ke ‘ on the bench too was/|tors, 175,169 rounds of small arms 6th. at 8 p.m. leaving only one half for the use
Sea OTL Taimer, Others}ammunition, about 12,000 pounds BAGHDAD, March 31, Everton. 2 vs Abt Mabinés of impoverished China.
a a susti id}of explosives, two knuckle-dust-]| A Viking of Misr (Egyptian) Agei creme. Obs Be 8.99.1. i “Evidently Soviet economic aid
esent wert Justice Harolc x] , SS high _Everton 1 ve Cathedral April : : : 4
pi nd: Hon'ble Garnet|}ers, five radio transmitters, and)/Air Lines, overdue on a_ flight Sat, 8th. at 6.30 p.m is not cheaply bought, requiring,
Hughes f St. Luci 70 signal rockets. fyom Cairo to Teheran, made a Shamrock vs Y.M.P.O. April || aS we see in this case, both the
Gone ° a By Cable. —Reuter. |forced landing near Lake Van, 60 Sat, a Nags hg, pve impairment of sovereigniy and
Traqi frontier, It ran ome of ane aur eon, vs Brooklyn April Sat. production.” —Reuter.
: This news was given here to- BAVANNAA CLUB
G m . TENNIS
Doubloons, Ducats, e 8 day by the manager of the air- Yesterday's Results
: lines agency after Royal Air Force LADIES’ SINGLES FINAL e ° i
. G l leon and Iraqi planes had scoured the || ,,Mâ„¢. D; Wood heat Mrs. A. A. Trinidad
In un ren a F area of the, Wadi Khanazier— MEN'S SINGLES
“valley of pigs in omer phe att c. q Manning beat H. L.
where the plane was earlier fear- oppin 6—2; 6—2











by Monday to get inside the















MIXED DOUBLES
ed to have crashed, Mr. ;
Latest reports said Turkish au- Mrs. c's "tse “ind ‘Aoi Wile B G
, a o —6, 6—2, §-—2.
LONDON, More) 3 arth etch and Rewer continuing ff TRANS grgrunee -G. 3-1
Britain was thrilled to-day by the news “thi Royal = fight to Teheran. It was said oe simatt & OTe Pesker a
Navy divert had discovered a sunken Spanish ‘ASULEltG carry a crew of five but no Dr. C. G. Manning and E. P, Tay- (parePOROETO N Moreh 31.
yalleon repirted to hold a fabulous hoard — d¢ ©100NS,}passengers as reported waiies. , j : Sion, Dombtes' Palas Triniaeh "Gan he aad
Gucste, piges of eight, gold plate, and gems worth mets ws Se % al foal test in the Intercolonial
ae Miss D. Wood. f @s at the G.F.C. ground today
£30,000, 000) *, The divers are digging the ry beating BG. 3-1.
Pe : galleon out of 15 feet h mud ang Seretse Welcomed | ; BG., hg first me qe
and under Tobermory 3ay, in the e e rom the stam when oma
Women havade | wes tern isles of Scotland. They In Gaberones Britain Denies scored off a free kick by DeSouz









Cher h hope haf two yards outside of the penalt
vessel to check the belief t GABERONES, March, ‘31. ’ Fo : spot.
° | tre vasure—sought for generations Seretee Khama, the young ban; Soviet Charges ! On resumption Trinidad carrie
CARDMO, March 31. ~ | lies there. ned Bamangwato Chief, arrived LONDON, March 31, the attack and netted th
Jeep-borne Plice reinforce-| ‘The divers’ report that her) here at noon to-day ending his “i ai d deuiad Senaien Doughlin playing at inner tet
ents were sem to-day to the/timbers of African oak are still] gash from London back to Bechu h ri a! o~ a scored first. ;
e mountain village of Cardeto,! hard as iron. The treasure is said} analand. | | Charges. that, t ‘ western ao Five minutes later he agai
the wild mes of southern) ts have been under the captain’§}]” pis plane passed near Mahalapyeé tine raising as arming an Othee scored and Lewis scored the thir
ly, to clear 200 embattled! cabin, 95 miles to the north where hig epaal on iyi oy my 15 minutes later playing at cenw
men from the jocul Church. —Reuter, | white wife Ruth, who is expects | age yedieraay "th the Soviet | forward. {
eCarrying red figs, the womeh ing a baby in July, is living. Army newspaper Red Star, said| The teams were: —
imvaded the Clirch yesterday, Seretse is to be driven “by carjii ne was an armed gendarme in| Trinidad: Gonsalves, Parson}
w out the priists who argued . Breaks Out ln the last part of his journey—We} tne Western zone of Austria—as |Garcia, Charleau, Joseph, Wink,
th them and peat off the Fire re Ss u 50 miles to Lobatsi, which is im ree, ween et eeunation |Carr, Hinds, {awls, Doughlin and
ee local police. ' ; Bechuanaland but outside the{ > Griffith,
me rest of Len aggirve ns Belvedere Palace Bamangwato reserve, As Serets®)"" iio" further denied Soviet} B.G.: Prescod, A._Williamson,
e thousand p@sants, striking stepped out of the plane, a great charges that the Austrian Treaty | Small, Wiltshire, Gorgon, ~rath-
their own lang stood by and VIENNA, March 31, ) roar of welcome went up from the! Was being delayed by the west to| waite, Steele, Harris, Caetana,
tched. mw ii Fire broke out in the ea crowd of tribesmen awaiting. his build up an Austrian army, | Thomas and DeSouza.
“The strike was rt of the bei hours of this morning in the eagt| arrival.—Reuter. —Reuter. —By Cable.
a. = ‘tay thyoed Scare: | wing of the famous Belvederg|
western , : Palace in Vienna .
wt measures for he spueing up| This historical “Golden Cham. Giuliano’ 8 Doctor W. German Saar Can
big estates and he d ene 108! ber” of Prince Eugen, whee e Lvs
f land amongst he ‘oe | many important intimate meget. Arrested pa .
oe _ {ings were held in the days of the Je C P il E.
& ae ey | Empire, was badly damaged PALERMO, March om ounce uro
, irreplacable ceiling paintings ang ‘an -day claimed t : ve z =
~~ Prince Charbs Signs | silded wood carvings were dep], Police today cn io "s STRASBO'IRG, March 31, The Committee of Ministers
ili A id t | troyed Sicily’s bandit king Salvatoré The final text of the invitations decided to set up a joint Stand-
; ‘Milttary Ab Agreement | — Arm started te the Goll iehullans.” The Doctor is 45-yeur- {to Western Germany and the Saar ing Committee with the Consult-
; ' The fire arted in the Goldgn| 3, {to join the Council of Europe was ative Assembly, The Committee
: BRUSSELS March 31: {Room where highiy inflammable} old Lupo, described as the a ies | adopted by the Council’s Comimit- will comprise seven members re-
_— Rage yo) Pe 7 | liquids rr — us a in the} oe - on doctor i — oN ‘,.; tee of Ministers when it met here presenting the Committee of Min-
ent, as Signed the *1h0O- | restoration ne oreeneo -olice aia octor hair. i — « ”" mrens Loan. ie
Oeicd States Bilabra) Milita ‘ . » Viena fire bri gade map.|tegular trips from his Palerm<¢ \this morning under. the eA asters —_ ete re
United Ste Bs é gah de The ene ~ Pe ee ee ee take ie | Peter Rot of French Foreign n- pointed by the Standing Commit-
Am 6Agreement, ®cording to} aged to save valuable pictures jp | apartn fee eee jister Robert Schuman. tee of the Consultative Assembly
eire|< lose ft i aliery and to py. out of the banal . cae The letters of invitation state
Cabin« ent the fire spreading gr im Bal : en jthe contribution each of the two It will not take decisions by
T I lean onsiderable dam 1@ by | encire ling armed on vy jmew members will make to the vote but, under the chairmanship
has be« lly water. a year iney esti a j finances of the Council and the of the President of the Assembly,
fhe ratification. th, The Belvedere Palace ranks gs| dug more police builets out 0" j}mumber of seats each will have will discuss difficulties and prob-
agreement i re the most beautiful example oj} more bandits than any Doctor iâ„¢jin the Consultative Assembly. lems whenever either body con-
Circles adc ied Austrian Baroque architectyge | history. Western Germany will have 16 siders it necessary.
—Reuter. / —Reuter, / —Reuter eats and the Saar three. — (Reuters)

| & crowd of several hundred clash-

of

nnn

Paris P1 Protest
Publication
Of Memoirs

Of Mussolini's Rescuer

PARIS. March 31,

Several demonstrators were in-
jured and arrests were made when

ed with strong forces
} Outside the office of the Conserva-
tive newspaper Figaro in the
Champs Elysees late to-day.
TraMe on the broad avenue was
jammed as police tried to disperse
he crowd which gathered in front
the newspaper office in re-
ponse to an appeal by left wing
rganisations of former resistance
fighters, deportees and others,
The eee ne was called in
vrotest against Figaro’s announce-
ment ‘that it intended to publish
the memoirs of Otto Skorzeny, the
ommander of the German para-
troopers who rescued Mussolini
after the overthrow of Fascism
and Italy’s surrender to the Allies.
The demonstrators were dis-

of police













Price;
FIVE CENTS

Year 55.



Savings

(From Our London Correspondent)
LONDON, March 31.

a MARLOWE, Conservative Member of Parlia-

nt, has tabled a motion urging Government to convene
an Empire Conference to “investigate what common ground
exists for acceptance of the idea of cyeating an Empire
Assembly and to consider to what extent Empire countries
can supply goods at present being imported here from
doilar sources”.

Marshall
Aid Cut By

* Marlowe told me at the House

of Commons this evening there
was a fair amount of support
for this proposal both in the
Conservative Party and in Em-
pire countries,

His Idea was that the Empire

Assembly should be modelled on
$270 000 000 the Strasbourg Assembly of
7 9 Western European countries.
Members should be appointed
House Of Representatives from each Empire country and
wotid be in: constant session to 7],
Approve 3rd Year Plan discuss matters of common Em- wu
WASHINGTON, March 31 pire interest.
Che United States House of He proposed one of the first
Representatives to-night appro-{ problems to be tackled by the *
priated $3,102,450,000 for the third Empire Assembly was the ques-

year of Marshall Aid plus Ameri-

can

de

. tion of inter-Rmpire trade with a |
Point Aid view to dollar economy.

Four” to under-

veloped world areas











versed after half an holr'’s con- The President hs asked f ro Seer mre ane ae
fused struggle. Unlike other Paris se itiand . den ad asked for sider wa) of mac ifying mperia
demonstrations this one did fot | °2°372;450¢ 00 but the House trim- Preference agree ments and elim-
appear to be organised. The de- med it by $270,000,000 before fin- | inating tariffs rifts. (By Cal Cable).
monstrators neither carried ban-|&!ly approving by 287 to 86 the
ners nor chanted slogans, apart Foreign Economic Assistance Bil
from shouting ‘“gestapo” and sim- | °! 1950 Zee Ss Ow
ilar insults at the police - Che ve. by the Lower
~Reuter. fouse, which alone may appro- |
uter {priate money, came after a rants | Ke gyptians
of bitter debate, during which an} “©
cane °1e leas ee cee ea) CAIRO, March 31,
Miss Blandish ot OO Sate o Stee J. Drol 1 V.. Cernik, self
r¢ voles to 86 in Committee te lexiled for r Czechoslovak Davis
withhold iid from Britain so long Cup Tt Players, have been
GetsA Warnin as Ireland remains divided. This | praniea vptian nationality, it
2): we oo night defeated by 226 votes was officially announced here to-
to 6
ay
PARIS, March 81 H Also defeated was a provision |= Hives le for Monte Carlo after
Liliane frnoult the young [otal would have cut the eash | {ateiy pe in the Egyptian ten-
French Actress who took over the | total of oe third year of Aid, and {nis championships.
‘ole of “Miss Blandish” after the | have tuted an equivalent Drobney and Cernik will play
disappearance of twenty-two-] Value nerican surplus farm | under Bey ptian colours in Monaco,
ear-old Nicole Riche, has been | Product: Rome and Pai until they are
warned she will “suffer the sam The appropriation measure,/abie to represent Egypt in the *
fate” unless she withdraw which includes only $25,000,000 for |mayis Cun in two years time, }
M. Sacha Terribe Eride, who | the start a “Point Four’ pro- | Mohammed Bey Suttan, an Egyp-
plays the part of the inspector | 8®@mme instead of $45,000,000, the | tian tennis federation official told
in the French version of he | President stated, must now go to | Reporters
American gangster play “tN | the Senate for approval and a Reuter.
Orchids for Miss Blandish said | to the President tor a eS \
severa warnings to this effe a ! . re
had been passed to him on the | a | Tito Victory Is
telephone. Mme. Liliane Ernoult’s . $ ,
mother received two — similar Moth f } lo form
warnings, ald she “appealed tol er 8 \B wlokomin
her daughter not to appear, “6 ! :

The actress replied “1 caunot! — SO Dpegloyeg?? | ving BEMGRADE: Maoh 3
let the management down” | : | Director of Information, told .
Several police inspectors were). PARIS, March 31. | press conference here to-day tha
in the Grand Guignol Theatre lay* | Six leading Paris morning|the Government’s victory in on f
night while she was being kid | papers to-clay accused French|qay'’s General Elections was “one
napped and mauled by gangster: | justice of failing to protect chil- | of the greatest blows” the Komin-
un the stage—her first perform-|dren from cruel parents follow- | form had suffered since they be-
ance. jing the finding of a_ six-year gan their campaign against Mar-

_ fPolice were continuir their | old boy on the brink of the Seine | shal Tito,
inquiries in the disappearance of] with “orders to drown himseif.” The people had fully endorsed
Mile. Riche, whe vanished } Louis Simon, small on otf | that policy of “cooperaling with
wearing a fur coat over flimsy! railway platelayer, was day | all who respected Yugoslavia’s in-
underwear between acts two|peing Jooked after by the Publie dependence and against her he-
and three of the play. Assistance Board of Corbeil, south | coming either a republic, a colony
A strange young man hi rot | Paris. Attracted by passers-by }or a remote Tsarist Regime, ,
a note to the dressing room of] crying on the river bank yesiev-| He said that Moscow's propa-
the first “Miss Blandish” *sayin, | day, he said: “Mother told me to} ganda on the elections was aimed
“T want to see you urgently about|throw myscif into the water lnot at Yugoslavia. but at the
your mother,” Farlier she ey He said he wanted a boat to} masses in the east and in the west.
telling t Par an ee neat take him to the middle = the —Reuier, ‘
elling her to give up the part Of viver where he would jun i
“Miss Blandish” beeause it was Last October, the papers ‘aid nol MURDER CASE MONDAY
“immoral . |police action was taken against} The only murder case on the
—Reuter. |his parents when Louis’ nos was} March Assize Calendar starts on
a | fractured His mother aid it’ Monday alt 10 a.m :
was caused by a fall. —Reuter nald 1ccused, ;
SOOO {

A “Serious
Situation”

ASMARA, March 31. |

The British Chief Administra- |
tor of the former Italian colony
of Eritrea has exiled ten leading
citizens from villages where there



have been disturbances.
A notice in the official Italian-
language newspaper by J. Drew,

Chief administrator announced
the ten would be banished im-
mediately to the towwnship ct
Tessenii on the Sudan border

It warned that collective fines
would be imposed on villages

where parvicularly grave cases of
disorders occurred and promised
generous re\/ards for those who
collaborated with the authoritie:
to prevent ciclay in the capture
of criminals.

The _ Italian Representative
Committee hore last night cabled
Signor Alcide De “Gasperi, the
Italian Prime Minister, telling
him there w a “serious situe-
tion’ here and calling for a
United Nations decision on the
future of Eritrea before Septein-
ber,

The Comunittee also issued
communique to the Italian com-
munists here asking them to
await calmly the outcome of their
protests, including that on Wed-
nesday to the United Nations
Commission.



is

a

—Keuter

U.K.-Brazil Trade
Agreement Ends

RIO DE JANEIRO, March 31.

The 1949 Anglo-Brazilian Trade
Agreement expires at mid-night
to-night and for the next few
weeks at least there will be no
agreement between the two comme
tries. 7

Meanwhile, until the new agree-
ment signed there will be no
appreciable difference in Anglo-
Brazilian trade relations, the Em-

is

bassy Spoke told “Reuters
to-day
So far there has been no set

time for diseussing the new agree-
ment though there have been pre-

liminary contacts to decide upon
vhat basis such tell placed,
the spokesman add

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. sé sta”’ liday. Mr. Leacock is a Direc~} sale scale. ae
IS EXCELLENCY the Gov- ga Se »y Leaving by the ‘‘Golfito = nT csoub amd prendent ot| Thomas Bevan, 29) _ship’s| S co
eet ee ee vache, ie ; é ie R. ALISTAIR D. FALCONER, the Chamber of Commerce. | engineer, admitted six m&T1ages. F A |

companied by Mr. W. Lambert, A few hours earlier, Mrs. E. T he prosecutor said:



Private Secretary, attended the ‘ LF 54 . vi who is an Engineer win Mrs. Leacoci’s mother} “Your history from @ matri-
Barbados Inter-Schoc! Athletic tig Bookers, and their daughter el eo left "en route for England,| monial point of view, if that is BISCUITS
Sports. at Kensington yesterday : ae ae ee ee Guiand “but she was a passenger on the] the right description, is perfectly
afternoon. FS “Golfito” 7 y “Golfito”. 0 appalling. J took i ®
Also present were: Mr. and Mrs. 0”. Mrs. Hardman, has been living Bevan’s first marriage . baked in Bonnie Scotlng

Also leaving on the “Golfito” ."p2pados for about four OF] place in 1940 at Perth, Western

G. T. , Mr. and Mrs, C. G.
was Mr. B. L. Shaw, Chief Ac- 5... years and she is on her WaY| Australia.

Reed, Protessor C. G. Beasley, Mr.

;

at the Sunshine Bisegy

Gy. Carstairs, C.M.G., His Hon- countant for Bookers. He is a to spend a holiday with her son! His second occurred at Cape Bake : Gl ow, where
our the Speaker and Mrs Hus- Chartered Accountant and a Char- ji, Lancashire. Yown in 1942; his third a Liver- Seale have
bands, Mrs. J. Connell, Major tered Secretary, as well as a holder pool in 1946; his fourth at Gates- goo come

of a degree for a we Thursday Night Party head, England; a3 e as from for over 90 Years,
Mrs. F. A. lord. and -0ee HERE ‘Barbecue Steak’| Glasgow m 1947, and MB Ss
daughter Peta were other British The je ea the grounds ol | —and last—at Cardiff in 1948.

Guianese leaving for England the Marine, Hotel on Thursday| Justice Byrne said Bevan was

and Mre.M. L. D. Skewes-Cox,
an Challenor, Mr.

Mr... and sid

e Mrs. E. Armstrong, Mr.
a Mrs. J. C. Hammond, Mr.
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Ca — Consulting Engineer. new, and providing he can get bi,
All of them arrived in Barba- enough parties, he will introduce

ABIN 12 A is Skipper ¢onn’s
Cabin and his room mate is



dos about ten days ago and spent 1t to Barbadians.
a short holiday as guests at There is a rumour that th

Soogles” Williams. Carib was or - ; ‘ oini Marine is commencmg a regula.
board the “Golfito” yesterday and ane ta before joining the “vormg service to any private
Golfito” here. home in the island, whether it be

got this information from ‘he
Purser.









. ‘ Cocktails, dinners etc., or the, s ’
It is a very comfortable room, Infransit for om oem y |_| _ AQUATIC CLUB CUINEMA Members Only
he t beds were covered with Z R. G. V. Sharpe, Manager ol pa _s " PPS es) ey Po . eda: d Thursd night at 8,30
the two ; i “4 - Gi. V. 9 \o your home. Sunday, Tuesday an ursday at 8, ;
brown and cream check bed the Royal Bank of Canada * FT. iz: ’ au ; “'
spreads, the furniture is of pol- Skipper John Goddard and former West Indies bowling star Her- in Georgetown British Guiana, Croquet eb rts erty {| ROBERT NEWTON oe ae HERR ERT ODLETOT
ished oak and the two easy chairs ...), Griffith engaged in a private chat on board the “Golfito.” was an intransit passenger yes- Cas ip ner ae Dieret P| weer it a | ”
were covered in flowered creton. terday on the “Golfito.” He is off to 4 at the Marine Hotel. Gen. “— N O W B O U N D
There was a red and cream rug ‘ ; England on three months’ leave Vidmer who is a guest at the inne o
«m the floor, p En route to South Africa Many Staff Members and will be joining his wife who Marine, sent to the States for 4) | nis means it’s worth something, aud introducing MILA PARELY
The other boys also have cabins is already there. Croquet Set, and it is becoming ) A Universal Picture
similar to this one, so we can = ISS FRANCIS DE GALE who ESIDES the large crowd who Their good friends Mr. and Mrs. quite popular. | 8 veneen are likely 60 anh Seven great Stars in a story so thrilling .... so spectacular Pan
certain that they are comfortable, is returning to her home were at the Baggage Wure- C. A, Gilliat went on board the _ If its popularity continues, Gen.| |, Thin cine is ‘ways packed with action that you will love every exciting moment.
= aad rer in South Africa was an intransit house to see the cricketers oif, “Golfito” for a short while yester- ae may stage a croquet tour-} 13. big stick gives you \
over : Pe ; ‘he uCialAte”? vee. there were many members pf the day to see him, n . : es
Under S' sae the “Golfito” Yes- Cable and Wireless staff present : Three Months on the Beach | \2, 336°7.di°SoRiMd” as sa thse
An nder Statemen terday. She has been’on a visit . vie 7. . i , H lid: : A |
to wish Mr. and Mrs. E. H. C. Qn Six Mon oliday R. and Mrs. Keith Piggott clue, (3) one
Robert Christiani heard to her parents who live in Gren- Robinson, their daughter Nanda nd their three hildren a ope wit rel Bite
that passengers intransit for ada, and flew to Trinidad to and Mr George Cresswell, “Bon EV. and Mrs. Stanley Brewer Mildred Ruth and Denis rohamanc ’ or \ TECHNICOLOR
the U.K. would not be able to join the “Golfito.” Voyage!” who have been living in Bar- | ninigad yesterday by B.WLA | 2% Often, broken im heeaking) THE GREAT

have any shore leave, he told bados for over four years left 92. The sot dieimed it as ovia seeks. |
(

ACTION SPECTACLE OF ALL TIME!

after spending three months at

7 : ae nia te 2156) Among those present were, Mr ay “ ”

Carib, “To say that I am annoyed She has been away from South ,.% a f as yesterday by the “Golfito” for six { 5 B } |

‘ , ; eee eee ee ‘ard Mrs. A. G L. Douglas, Mr pA : e Sandywayes,” MRockley. Mr ; : ain |

is an under statement.’ Africa for about four years, nq Mrs. George Eastwood, Mr. months’ holiday in England, their Piggott is with the British Ameri- 36. You'll have 4 go {ose counter
for this. (5)

However they did manage to having visited the United States ; a first since their arrival here. Most ~. ; imidad
obtain permission to come ashore for three and a half years, before - ee Pues eee of their time will be spent in can Tobacco Co., in Trimidad,

for a short while, and the large joing to Grenada ( Cake e Yorkshire and during their stay
crowd-who were at the Baggage there they hope to see some of

Mrs. Piggott is the former Miss
Nancy Boyce, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs, Walter Boyce of the
















a1. Where the teeg Tider tg eaRteg
. - : co Tom.
Grichlow. Other friends and re- 28. Peon coer: Have e

lations were Mr and Mrs. Ken- get Kipling’s f t






Wapesyouse anu er ene : Now she is on her way to Eng- neth Tucker, and Miss Pam Cress- oo vs. England Woid, Marine Gardens. Down |
Guiana and Trinidadian repre- and to sais we ’ a before well. f After Two and A Half 1 Bere you nave work thet ~—
entatives before they had to re- eee Soe Ea R + f d For Indefinite Stay Months 2. How to miss an open «
turn on beard. 3) Ale a s e- i ransferre 3. Found in a mole’s ti
“Hella-Robert old boy!” “Good She rushed ashore for a few R. ANTHONY HADEED, Mr. FTER a holiday of two and aj] * Lamb Hoes found de
luek-G * “Brior did Lance it'sg™nutes yesterday to buy somé ME and Mrs, Darrell Triming- Jacob Azar, Mr. Habib Set- half months Mrs. Eurme| 5, ive w
fo..yal”, were the cries arg ugar, which she said is very LVEnam arrived by the “Goitito aya and Mr. Jamil Makoul, all Talbot of Kitty, British Guiana} $
--tonded. arce in Sngland yesterday. Mr. Trimingham who merchants of Trinidad. were ar- returned to Demerara by thr 4 tion. (3) FRED HENRY “ar. roberts” SYLVIA
awe is on the staff of Barclays Bank rivals recently by B.W.1A. from “ajicoa Pilgrim”. She was staying} 9% Some would cali this an out

MacMURRAY - FONDA- SIDNEY











has been in Trinidad for about Jamaica for an indefinite stay. at Crystal Waters, Worthing. greet Je a maiden's nite?
eleven years. He has now been They are staying at Indramer Busi ‘d Pl ee . u
re-transferred to the Branch Guest House, Worthing. usiness and Pleasure | 14. teen trom "Through the Look THE TR Ail ¥ T ¢
here R. RAFIC FACKRE, a direc- ng-glass.” | (#) april 30th
Mrs. Trimingham is the daugh- Returning on the “‘Bayano” tor of Fackre Bros, dry| ‘” a See 4 “
ter of Mr. RB. McKenzie, gvods merchants of Port-of-Spain, | 38 & ope tor Stage displays. (5)
a ee of Dascegs —- HE Purser of the “Golfito” told Trinidad, was an arrival earlier | 3}: Qyit®,0Ut of the ore yalee. i Directed by Henry Hathaway © A WALTER WANGER Production
ind Mrs. McKenzie, 1€ rim- han sie ta shes z ir NGER Producti
ia hems will ten “a arit be ie maneting: has. Puincese in week hy BW-EA. oa: Visit ch | Ss, PRN Mee SE eee down. © A PARAMOUNT CHAMPION BROUGHT BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND
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until their house is ready. ne and Tuition “Bayano” ( " i 1, Tiger-skin; 7, T 9, Plead; 10, ;
Elders and Fyffes liner “Bayano”. House. Worthing. 1, Tiger-skin; fy Traits 9, Hlead: 10, Rend; N Ow! ma PLAZA 5 & 8.30 p.m.
Football Referee 20 Veto: 21, Clove; 25, Feeder; 24, Neo, satatubiametin,

Bo, board. Dera ha ayo Siena
3, ance; 4, Strife; 5, Knock; 6, » 4
solved oot ae







Rupert an



ME *2 ATTRIDGE, who ar- Users: te Oven: 18 Otto; 22, Lea, sehen ecto
rived from Trinidad yester ’ en a
lay by the “Golfito” is here foi <@ = |
weeks staying at “Accra Bran {
Rockley. He is with U.B.O.T ¥ GLOBE THEATRE
Point Fortin; a Londoner, he h








been working in Trinidad for fiv
ind a half years.

at the
BDOS AQUATIC CLUB
(Local & Visiting Members
Only)

THIS EVENING

9 o'clock
Music by Sydney Niles and
While here he hopes to see quit: . { __ his Orchestra :
a bit of football and is quit Rupert runs much faster than the countryside and then gives out. { Admission to Ballroom: 2/-
Pong-Ping, and is soon far ahead. Rupert wanders about, and can see ) 28,3,50,—4n.
The pet dragon has disappeared, no sign of smoke or the truant.
but in his fury he has breat so From the top of a slope he hears a
much fire that he has scorched shout, and sees a farm worker call-

He is'a keen football enthusias
and is a referee gf the Trinida
Amateur Football Associatio
having refereed many first
vision matches and Cup Final
in Trinidad.

STARTING TONITE, Monday and Wednesday at 8.30 p.m.

SS

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MR. EMMANUEL

)
. It’s wet and sticky. (
. Seemingly no sina lage (
. Tot from the ‘collbee-

keen on refereeing one or tw
matches if it can be arrangec
luring his short stay in Barbado



An intensely human story sincerely told



: some of the grass where he passed, ing to him, “I'll ask him,” thinks a i
Returning to Scotland and the little bear easily Eliows, Rupert. “If that dragon has | ROWAL Worthings
iS, E >A TON i The trail leads to a lonely part of passed him he must have seen it.” See GRETA GYNT Britain’s Best Dressed Woman and her
RS, E. M. L, PATON, daugh NO SHOW TO-NIGHT Glamorous Gowns.
4+ ter of Mr. and Mrs, D. 1 SUN. AT 8.30

CRYPTOQUOTE—Fere’s how to work it: Republic Whole Serial . . « ‘ P

Johnson of Medmenham and he 3 Sacisarengehiat
s AXYDLBAAXR Sia ua i

oe ee a ce JZ | little child were passengers o















































i. the “Golfito” yesterday en rout is LONGFELLOW ACTION iGet OF ZORBD” SUNDAY at 9.30 p.m,
Left to right: J. M. Kidney, Manager, John Gpddard, Captain, F. to England after a holiday ii One letter simply stands for another. In this example A is used Featuring :
A. CG. Cléirmonte Test Selector and Reverend R. C. Palmer-Barnes at Barbados. From there she wil for the three L's, X for the two O's, etc. Single letters apos- CUNEO eT George 3. LEWIS ; N TALENT SHOW. Persons with talent of any Kind are
Baggage Warehouse before embarkation, be rejoining her husband who i trophies, the length and formation of the w aed has al ‘
in Scotland, Each day the code letters are different. ords are all hints. DON’T MISS IT requested to come to the Globe for audition,
, A Cryptogram Quotation EMPIRE
B Y I HE WA Y By BEACHCOMBER ORL BZTOOLS FLOOLZ ZLAITSD, ID TO-NIGHT & MON. AT 9.15 p.m
ORL LAGOC BUZV GLZTDRLD—GZUMLZY. United Artist Presents .. . |
PSYCHOLOGIST has been said to ; oliceman. “7 . : . wr"
inquiring Soy a scbibie aan ified.” ‘on - a x Rin. Interlude ‘iin wi Cry ptoquote: LIBERTY IS THE POWER OF DO- “BLOOD ON THE SUN
eflect of a man’s name on his 4 pit of a psychologist dk Prodnose: Who was the woman rr AT IS ALLOWED BY LAW—LAW. Praereng MARINE HOTEL
character, and therefore on his “What's 1 me eee Myself: A casual passer-by. : James CAGNEY—Sylvia SYDNBY
actions. Perhaps I can hinder him at's your name Stone,” Miss Meddler, Cagney at his Two-Fisted Best
a little. said the man “No wonder,” Prodnose: How remarkable Adventures........+-
Not long ago, when Burmese said the policeman. “No wonder And what was the policeman
journalists were visiting England, what?” asked Stone “No name. ‘ |
- pemer named Not That Hat wonder your name is Stone, if Myself: Huxtable, I expect. TO-NIGHT } ROXY
ught a bowler. The hatter you're petrified,” said the police- Prodnose: Why should it b | TO-NIGHT AT?
ore for the name and address, man. “You mean,” said a Huxtable? TAREE TRE AES
or delivery. The Burmese began, woman who was passing, “no Myself: That was his father’s Republic Double . . .
“Not That Hat——” Another wonder he’s petrified if his name "ame before he was petrified. A GALA NIGHT James LYDON—Lois COLLIER
bowler was produced, and is Stone. His name was Stone Prodnose: What! Was he in
another, and so on. The hatter before he was petrified.” “How petrified, too? AT "OUT OF THE STORM”
could never get as far as the do you know?” sneered+ the Myself: Yes, He married ¢ and
address. After two hours the policeman “The weather Stone “GIRL FROM ALASKA
hatter gave the awkward cus- petrified him,” said the woman Prodnose: Any relation to the T T see
tomer a ed oe boaters cw go “He wasn’t called Stone because Stone you were speaking of? CLUB MORGAN i rcsaietareieeaicaieienitmaetimaientea aig
away quietly. e disconsolate of the weather, was he?” “Ask Myself: (deliberately and
editor, when the mistake had him,” said the policeman, “Were through set teeth): Yes. His great- OLYMPIC
heen pointed out to him, changed you?” said the woman, “Was uncle’s niece’s grandfather.







TO-NIGHT & MON. AT 8.15
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John WAYNE—

SATURDAY NIGHT April Ist.
From 7 to Iip.m,





his name, by deed poll, to Gong I what?” asked Stone. “Called H ni Cl AK I \
(his mother’s maiden name), and Stone after it began to eae? Arabian Epitaph DELI OUS STE D NERS
was beaten by a butler in Wilton- said the policeman. “I bet his

crescent before a fashionable father wasn’t petrified,” said the a Resell oll ymypn The CLUB MORGAN ORCHESTRA and PETER LACY



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This Gets Us Nowhere policeman, “Ask him,” said the His ae ea sounded like for continuous entertainment men aver” PERCY GREEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA.
N the other hand, on a day Woman. But Stone had walked “H-q-a-ashish”— with

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Reject Workers
*

Union Request
Barbados Advocates Correspondent
BELIZE, British Honduras,

March 31

The Belize Estate
Company voday rejected a request
from the General Workers’ Union
officials for the permission to visi=
members and other workers at
the Company’s lumber villages
behind what is locally termed As
the “Green Curtain.”

This is the latest of several
requests made during the past
three years. After receiving the
Company’s letter of rejection

which consisted of a brief state-|

ment, Union officials declared that
they would take no further action
because they were not sure of





workers’ tights under the Human |
Rights Declaration, to join Unions,

for production.

Meanwhile Monday’s
has
Union’s nine-year life and workers
directed leaders not. to accede to
Government’s demand for a writ-
ten apology from the Union for
the “insulting and offensive tone”
in the recent Union letter to
Government as a prelude to Gov-
ernment’s agreeing to negotiate
concerning wages of the Govern-
ment Manual Workers.

Workers agreed, however,
await a reply from the London
â„¢.U.C, officials on World Confed-
eration Free Trade Unions, Brus-
sels, to whom G.W.U. officials
referred the dispute for advice
before taking action against Gev-
cy ment,

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Cabinet Drafts
Wheat Billi

BONN, March 31,
The West German Cabinet today
adopted a drafgbill to enable Ger-
many to join the World Wheat
Conference.
This, it was claimed, wil) save



wheat,—Reuter,

Ten Monks



ing of the first mass trial of high
Roman Catholic dignitaries in
Czechoslovakia here. to-day.

Ten monks were charged with

with excommunicaticn
from the Roman Caiholic Chureh

Two hours after the trial began
the names of the monks were not
known to Western correspon-
dents, but they were believed to
include several abbots,

Peasant

women in colourful
country dresses and red woollen
stockings and bright neck wear

were in the court. Several clergy-
men were also admitted.



ufacturers to-day described as “a}
bitter blow”

store here. The suiting had been
ordered provisionally by Braz-
ilian firms in the belief that re-
A strictions would be lifted.

The manufacturers are to ap-
proach the British Board of
Trade to see what can be done
about the problems facing them.

The representative of a well |
known firm said: “I feel that we
have been somewhat let
the Brazilians.”



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No Longer
A Marquis

__ FLORENCE, March 31,
United States citizen Frank H.
Corsi (junior) learned to-day that
he was no longer a marquis.
Italian police announced that they
had charged a forger, 34-year-old
J. Coccia, with issuing false

|

| patents. of nobility to Corsi and

—Reuter | Chief of the United Press
America in Prague.
6 - s+ 6h] sot asked him
" A Bitter Blow j leave the country by April 8. |
An official was understood to)
BELFAST, March 31. igsgi
Northern Ireland’s linen man- have told Mr. Higgins that the

ae ee Brazilian import | “constant tendency towards ob-
restrictions on heavier types of jective reporting.”
ao ge nev is The official was understood to
, je) Said they would have to| have indicated to Mr. Higgins
_ alternative markets for! that he would be granted an
thousands of pounds _ sterling re “1 18 4

worth of linen suiting now in additional week up to April 15 in

|, think

; | three Italians.
h d | Coccia, who ran a “heraldic
C arge | Office” in title-conscious France
was accused of receiving large
PRAGUE, March, 31. sums of money from Corsi and the |
Western, correspondents were Italians. The police said Corsi |
refused admission at the open-|5S®™€ time ago received an im-

portant document from “the presi-
deney of the Italian Government.”
announcing that the title of mar-

qui With the right to a coat of |

pi es Las a arms, had been conferred on him
inciting the people against the The document, they said. wa
State and with threatening Com- Fakad. hy Cocca lay <
munists ny: cia



U.S. Journalist
Must Quit Prague

PRAGUE, March 31.
The Czechoslovak Ministry of
Foreign Affairs to-day refused to
renew the credentials of Mr.
John Higgins, 30-year-old Bureau
of

to prepare to}

Government had decided he must
leave Czechoslovakia because of a

which to wind up his personal
affairs.—Reuter.

SYNTHETIC
DIAMONDS

LONDON, March 31.
Some diamond experts here
it “rightly probable” that;
Russia may be making synthetic |
industrial diamonds in her atomic
energy plants. — (Reuter. )





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Oils Decline
In Market

LONDON, March 31,

End of the financial year in-
vestment of liquid funds helped
gilted edged section of the Lon-
don Stock Exchange to-day. The
demand was small but was en-
couraged by the prospect of a good
rise in United Kingdom's gold and
dollar reserves. Fractional gains
were recorded in long, medium
and short dated issues.

Interest in other sections was

small and mainly for some week-
end levelling for positions. Prices
| of industrials showed
of

a majority
minor losses with tobacco
wes particularly dull on profit-
taking,
Shock for tin share holders was
of the passing of interim
dividends by Beralt Tin and Woul-



fram Company Last vear pay-
ment was 4 percent Shares
slumped two and six pence to 8/6.

Other commodities issues remain-
ed steady in quiet trading though |
an occasional decline was recorded

by leading oils.
Small buying interes: gave frac-
tional gain to German and Jap-

anese bonds but rails were easier
changed.

Imperial continental gas featur-
ed with three point rise to 109 on

where

| dividend and compensation

—Reuter.

Fight Bolshevist
Tyranny

BERLIN, March 30.

An anti - Communist under-
ground group in the Soviet army
has recently distributed thousands
of propaganda leaflets in the close-
ly guarded Soviet headquarters
area at Karlshort in East Berlin,
the American official “Neue Zei-
tung” reported to-day

The leaflets appealed to all
the under-
round movement and step up
the fight against ‘Bolshevist
tyranny,” the paper stated

“The Soviet secret police were
unable vo track down those re-
sponsible.

—Reuter.





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santt ROME, March 29.
Regulations | Pilgrims an ‘on

from ten countries |
| have made a pilgrimage to Rome |
PORT-OF-SPAIN, April 1. | on foot this Holy Year. |
Travel regulations governing the Figures issued by the |
of persons from several Holy Year Committee showed
British Caribbean territories in- ;day that among foot pilgrims
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Mr. Lawrence W, Cramer, Secre-, den, 12 from Germany and Aus-
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) terday. In addition 172 pilgrims travell-
ed to Rome on foo’ from cities |
Under the amenaed regulations] and villages of Italy
| the categories of non-immigrants’! | -Reuter.

who are not required to present
passports or visas have been ex- |
tended include aliens froma |
cerfain oSher Caribbean island
territories who seek admission
into the Virgin Islands of the}
United States for business or}

pleasure for a period of less than |

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grants are the following: British | é
subjects domiciled in the Bisel

Virgin Islands or in the Britisi

islands of Anguilla, St. Kitts, | Boby
Nevis, Antigua, Montserrat, |

Redonda, Barbuda or St. Lucia;

French citizens -dorhfeftéd-‘in the |

island of St. Bartholofmew or ‘1 |
the French portion of the islanc's
| of St. Martin; or Netherlands sub- |
{jects domiciled in the islands oi |
‘St. Eustatius or Saba, or in the}
Netherlands portion of the island |
1,04 St. Martin,

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The classes of non-immigrants
not required to present passports
or visas are extended also to in-
clude Canadian citizens or Brit- }
ish subjects domiciled, perma-
nently residing, or stationed -n |
Canada, who proceed directly to
Bermuda, or the Bahama Islands |
from the United States or Can-
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thirty days and who seek
transit the United States in
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In Danger

ATHENS, March 31,
ited States Ambassador Hen-
Grady warned Premier Sopho-
Venizelos in a letter to-day
an unstable Greek Govern-
1 ks about dissolution

elected Parliament





ina



the newly

fine

said
efficient Govern-

Ambassador's letter
stable

will
courage for

be able to act
a long. term

night endanger further American |
iid for Greece,

“A major improvement in Gov- |

uid which’ is offered.

The improvement should in-
lude a Cabinet with a minimum
of members and greater decen-

; tralisation,

It is in the hands of the Greek
and Parliament to

receive American aid and so

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PAGE FOUR







BARBADOS ADVOCATE

A Flying Tour Across
The World

It may be

GE
se
hao = foamed
Published by Tho Advocate Co, Ltd., 4, Broad St., Bridwetows
= Saturday, April 1, 1950
«
vate FROM Syd fe,
: ydney to Singapore I
ong Edueation had drinks and. much talk with
monocled John Sefton Brancker,
ty THERE have been several complaints oe of B.O.A.C. and son of
T. 1 recently by members of the general pub- [jie pet one Whe lost his
et lic about the policy of education now adopt- Main obstacle to the use of the
th ed in this island; and the speech of the “testers . oe Pog are 2
. Lord Bishop in the Legislative Council generally believed, the inadequate
a during the discussion of the Education Vote | size of the runways or the danger
iv p a ‘ of the tarmac being burned up
: in the Estimates deserves great considera- [py the jets.
iM tion. 4 on a eee lies in the
4 ae > ot air of the tropics.
e _ For a second time within a fortnight pub- [necessary to cool it attifically to
lyn lie discussions on education have shown | provide the necessary boost for
RF : the jets to take off.
— that there is much reason for the general As Sinaupete t toca 4’ Ws dei
public to be dissatisfied with the present fighter already on the job trying
TI policy of the Government towards educa- a Pas ee in the hot
\AE tion. In the first place, the number of ‘When the Comet does start to
~C specialist masters for the Lodge School | operate I hope B.O.A.C, will drop

was reduced from four to three after an

5. investigating Committee had made this re-
It is commendation and the matter has had to
3. be referred back to the Legislature. More
eac recently an additional fifty-six teachers for
: the Elementary Schools was deleted from
= the financial provisions of the year.
ile There has been a gradual increase in the
a number of school children who are esti-
ert mated to be 30,000, and when the sugges-
A tion is also being made that more subjects
V be added to the curriculum, it is impossible
1 to get any worthwhile results from the al-
4 ready enormous sums spent on education,
unless there is a corresponding increase in
Hov the number of teachers.
oa Schools are not merely bricks and walls,
ywe as was pointed out by the Hon. G. D. L,
ei Pile in the debate. There must be teachers
ar to train the children who are intended to
= benefit from the expenditure of the tax-
“Hi payers’ money. The allocation of teachers

to the number of pupils in a school is not a
matter of guess work. It has been settled
long ago by specialists in educational ad-
ministration; and certain rules laid down
for the guidance of those who undertake
the work.

The Government seems either unaware
uf these rules or has failed to pay sufficient
attention to the advice of those responsible
for the conduct of education in Barbados.
It is true that the Government cannot be
expected to spend unlimited sums of money
merely on the recommendation of educa-
tional or other specialists; but it appears
to be an elementary principle of courtesy
that when votes are to be reduced, the body
recommending an increase should be con-
sulted if cuts have to be made. The cor-
rect action then would be for the recom-
mending body to decide in what way the
reduced amount could best be in |
order to secure the best results from per-
missible expenditure.



spent

In the matter of the deletion of the
amount for the fifty-six teachers, it appears
that the Advisory Body was not consulted.
The result was a mere deletion of the vote
instead of a reduction or a different alloca-
tion. If this cavalier treatment of people
who render free public service is continued, |
it is unlikely that there will be many who |
will be willing to serve in future.



\. It is unpleasant to reflect that at a time
Ba when Barbados needs education and a

proper system of its administration more
— than ever, there should be these blunders

which have adverse effects on the system
itself. It is the negation of good states-
manship to spend enormous sums on educa-
tion and then by the method of spending
that money to nullify the good results
Which are expected.





















ou
‘ side “hardening” arteries, giving Zoo’s i esterda, .
“ The members of the Government need saa to the Eetieendl bene coke Seoul TG — ¥ ¥ IN THE wordy political war world are found, the problem is often, as in
} not be educational specialists. In fact, the {contained large quantities of the I was carrying out an experi- between Soviet. and Western, _ of Africa, not who shall fill them but
od cause of education in this island may well | Aire They seemed to arise as ment to see if the bower-birds science, this is how Pravda’s| "OW, to ensure that the present rapid growth
at have been better served when they were direct result of its irritating there would snap them up as weekly paper Ogonyok picture: of the indigenous population shall not out-
ho! fewer specialists among us; but the differ- | ‘ 4 excitedly as oe oe — a typical American scientist for | Strip resources,
a encé’ between its administration then and hd eee San’ oat They aid ee a we reveen ener? ok dae en tenes feelings in the
7" now is that the advice of the specialists was jshowed that their blood was Each male bower-bird sticks AS A ZOOLOGIST who nha: | People of densely populated areas is no long-
a taken and the layman adopted a policy specially rch in the “glue”. twigs into the earth to build a always prided himself that no|*° SO much the sense of confinement there
ed which would conform to the advice of the When they were put on a diet double row of fencing which he animal—not even the elephant| While other lands lie “empty” as the nature
= specialists having regard to the amount of deficient in cholssterol the “glue” then decorates with blue objects PR a — bao than mine,|of the barriers that keep them out—s ecifi
ad. revenue available to be spent. In this case | TPisily thinned down _ to impress his favourite female. ave just had a shock. cally, barriers to entry on racial pecili-
ha the Government b fail I ) 8S case These nicely dovetailing dis- Using a beakful of fibre as a Post-mortem dissection of an} But it is : ss 3 a racia grounds,
tor tonal it has failed in an important coveries also help to explain why, brush he also plasters the fence average-sized bottle-nosed por—|.o" Mt IS a mistake to think that these bar-
= particular and the sooner the new policy seizures and strokes often run in’ with charcoal seraped off burned poise has shown that its brain is | Tiers are always due only to irrational preju-
ed us ayes the better for everyone con- families. It seems that some logs. ; 642 ozs, heavier than the average dices; sometimes, at least, they may be justi
he ce. . fortunate folk are born free from Australian sclogies DR. 4OCK human male's fied on the ground that ss thet 7 i
» defec , 2s the blood ALL is watching these —L, E, 8. ation- : ' pence
SS bee: se the defect which makes the blood MARSHALL g e k nation-building would be imperiled.— ‘NS.
EE ee aT ———— i cece
wi OUR READERS SAY: CE Ni A ieetnaliein
cr lieben sth ich
tu ’
Real Friends. Not Just F Chri
4
( ea riends, o us or ristmas
To, The Editor, The Adv ‘ ; : ;
¥ é Bx ocaie, tached to the right place of study; | The Council believe that no one country. It is best of all that country where he studies — at . "aa
me of Brita To-day vyhe must be assured that the group of stucents should be sep- they should be made welcome as many of Bien, in ee ae ny Ang his People were as lucky
aie fo ptore auish ms purse of training to be followed created for the use of Colonial friends in ordinary British homes. than the United Kingdom Shave én = a as fact, often
Stud : tory Sn. Colonie Sive the necessary back- form of amenity, butatthe present y_ i. gy -. an equal responsibility. Perhaps enough with my people in Eng-
udents in Britain, i be ie Th intendel future juncture, when there are severe is the myriad facets which the vA ponsibility. Perhups land it is the case of no room ‘in
You will I am sure’ publi z Fhe must de able to study housing difficulties, it is necessary make up daily life that build up bilit growin ® feeling of responsi- the inn.” His final words were:
following extracts for the . : aes " ? * the structure of a country, parti- uty and partnership between I know that my le wi e
of readers. and concentra~ to maintain in London and one ¢je py partici 2 a the peoples of the Commonwealth fil AY people will be/f
: we his material or two other cities residences student . to b f a Colonial j, demonstrated by wor i. tao h filled with great pride when they
“The Colonial student” writes ng, food ani created for the use of Colonial ¢ ft 0 obtain full profit 4, “millions ; cis Spoken hear that it has fallen to me, 2
Nancy Parkinson, “f : ae have shitanti’. fen’ catateerd tk cack rom his stay he should, if he ‘2 Millions on the B.B.C. on coloured student fro) Wes
cuties , “faces the diffi- h st have s 8 $ Such ‘so wishes, be able t ‘late Christmas Day, when His Majesty Afric dae rie aka est
common to every student port “ ei ; and, cities are so large, particularly m a. jany 2 : O assimilate ¢)4 King broadcast ) MAes-y Atrica, to give our united greetings
working and studying in a land Per2aps : Ont of all, he London, that it is quite im- ain as possible of these par- custom every er fh i’ oy ” with a great singing in my
which is not his own; the differ- â„¢USt be spontanes omed practicable for all of them to be when a life, so that procide et om hie own heart, with deep reverence and
ences in daily life and ‘custom, and by all. sections of the ty ho satisfactorily either in a orhes _time comes he may resentatives ek he spea S rep- h imble affection—to His Majesty,
differences of food and climate; of which. he bas become a gin- university halls of residence or os, . at attitude to life, or that the Wanicctrenta ae parts of our King
and( although the Colonial studert ber, and faus be enabled to join in private lodgings. Later, when heme Sree things, would be ).. piace he th ive. Christ- In‘ his Christmas message t
does ‘not normally face the difj- freely and at.ease im all papeeis the universities will have more ae Sot yy country,” or per po the ee =. last Christmas his people the King said, “My
culty of language which most of the national Wife, Wy Falls of residence, the Council cae trie ee other hand, “They fore the King . vig om ly os peoples indeed are part of some-
ore must surmount, In the Autumn of yore hope it may be possible to turn ing a ieee odes then s from Nigeria. ‘Of his en salen ry bigger than them-
which might eel — s Ddints trae tha —. oo into IA gol residences the United Kingdom; it cea ot British home where he v as kind.” @urely too one, Cane
. ; . s we © internationa ~si- © 2 or sae ee ping entertaina. : 1. (Th aay : 7 - ery olonin
value of his visit, and must be rive in the United Kingdeâ„¢. at dence when aes 7 resi ed, or maybe succeeded, but it oe entertained he said _ They student in this country there wil!
overcome, arising from’ the fact throughout the yeur a wmitther for Colonial cteicee he aie Would not suit my country.” He Sf Teal friends, not just friends be “real friends, not just friend
that his skin is darker than that Sight or eo crue ala a tones oo students has dimin- must be able to form his judg- for Christmas, and so it is all for Christmas ” "Here 'the nye :
of the indigenous people of the On the averas re, Ore i... a, owever, important as it ment on the full facts and from rather wonderful to me You always be ais cre must
United Kingdom. The particular year thtve wre, Sabea o Bend vc that the Council and the many his own experience so that he wil} ®°¢—1 am black.” se Ot, 08. re
os ' ) ‘ ‘ voluntary agencies who willingly n ; ; 3 . . > 1 t ,
Sri, stisins pe oe ae 4,000 Colonial men at al in ssist tl 7 sain a ae ae See = - euulpped for He then went on to PRO-COUNCII
Ss frequent than they the country for the ws of ' 1 "the lould be able professional duties, but will also ~ ihe "
were even ten yeurs ago, but study It is theref mall all Me nece Y have gained knowledge of the
Some still exist, and, even if they task to see that for « i 2 es, that Is ‘ f men in parts of the world @ LETTERS which ar 4
do Mot exist, are none the less.of than thei, vaio! t be foam lal “eae = pag = wal ich are signed with a nom—de-plume, but un
feel for being only imagined. such and their wel itt i perience Britain uid ccompanied by the customary bona fides, will be ignored,
Clearly, for 1y stuc - that oe mAs . thoriti helped to mature his : Many such reach the Editor's desk each week. ; .
trainee’s time to be s1 = " — tudents er The C is are again reminde : ek, and readers
- profitable oe bs sl os pre able not only mse students to ; a - a Colonial | student h . gain eminded of the necessity for the writer’s name to
a¢ OF She mu I but to their countri z eactory heavy responsibility on hin ¢ known to the Editor, not for publicati .
‘ le in this the future. His hosts in the anew of good faith renee, BS ne Oe See

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its present time-wasting system
of night stops. Otherwise all the
time gained by the Comet will be
lost in hotel beds and Comet-less
foreign lines will still be faster
than B.O.A.C.

True enough, you cannot expect
the crews to fly night and day
without a break. But surely
B.O.A.C. could take a leaf from
the book of Holland’s K.L.M.

The Dutchman have relief crews
waiting along the route. The
time K.L.M. spend on the ground
is strictly for picking up and
setting down passengers, re-
fuelling ahd servicing.

Passengers get their sleep on
the plane—in the same seats they
sit in during the day. Exhausting,
yes. But you get there in double-
quick time.

SINGAPORE produced some-
thing that struck me as unusual,
In the hail of the Raffles Hotel,
respectably framed and _ glassed,
hangs a letter signed by High
Commissioner Malcolm Mac
Donald It is typed on official
stationery and recommends to all

concerned the services of the
Raffles Hotel dealer in Chinese
curios. MacDonald himself, he

says, has made several purchases
from this merchant, and has al-
ways been thoroughly satisfied
with both the price and quality

My second airman travelling
companion, a young man called
Judge, came aboard in Cairo, Mr,
Judge was wearing grey flannel
trousers, a blue blazer with silver
R.A.F. buttons, and on his arm
he carried not a coat but brown
flying overalls,

Over lunch in Rome's airport
restaurant Mr. Judge told me he
was one of a team who are flying
British military aircraft out to

HE chief cause of two of
civilisation’s most distress-
ing disorders—heart attacks and
strokes—has finally been tracked
down according to a_ medical
report which reached me yester-
day
Scientists claim that a waxy
white chemical called cholesterol
which is present in meat, eggs,
butter, and many other foodstuffs
gradually sets up “hardening”
of the arteries in certain types
of people. This “hardening” may

cause the blood to form minute
clots, capable of choking the
action of the heart or brain

Two years research by an
eight-man California University
team equipped with the most

modern atomic devices backs the
indictment of this harmless-look-
ing chemical as a mass killer.
Led by DR. JOHN GOFMAN,
the scientists report three main

discoveries: —
1 When people were given
food rich in cholesterol some

individuals automatically built uv
gluey substances in their blood,
while others remained free from
them

2 Swellings which formed in-








Ry Sefton Delmer

Egypt for delivery to the Egyptian
Air Force. He had just flown one
job gut—what it waS he would not
say—and now he was flying home
with the rest of his crew to pick
up another lot.

I was interested to meet Mr.
Judge. This air delivery work he
is doing TS likely to cause British
and American diplomats many 4
headache in the near future.

Israel does not look kinuly on
‘the efforts of Mr. Judge and his
friends. Particularly because
Britain is once more supplying
arms to her mid-Eastern ailies,
but has refused to supply any to
Israel. i

Which means tit the Israelis
have to buy their British arms,
British tanks, and British jet
planes by roundabout routes,
even going as far afield as the
Argentine.

The Israelis, of course, don’t
appreciate the British fear olf
offending their Arab friends, on
whom they count in the event ot
the cold war becoming a hot war.
They_put our refusal to supply
them down to British anti-
Semitism.

There are powerful forces in
America who will agree with them
‘in this.

THE 40-hour week has proved
a flop in Australia, It was expect-
ed to provide a stimulus to greater
efficiency and higher production.
But it has done the opposite.
And it has had a generally slow-
ing down effect on the life of the
nation,

Mr. T. Morrison, general man-
ager of the vast works of Vic-
toria’s State electricity commis-
sion at Yallourn, was typical in
his view. And what Mr. Mor-
rison says has authority. For he
manages a coal field covering 30
square miles, a giant briquette
factory, and a power station with
an output of 1,292 million kilowatt
hours

“Since the introduction of the
40, hour week,” says Glasgow Uni-
versity graduate Morrison, “out-
put per man-hour has been less
here than it was before.

“Where men used to start slack-
ing off on Saturday in readiness
for the week-end they now start
slacking off on Friday. And they
work less hard during the rest of
their working week than they did
before.”

Housewives find the 40-hour
week particularly annoying. For
shops close on Saturdays now.
That means that the housewife
has to carry enough food home
on a Friday to last her over the
week-end. Her favourite cartoon

How Old Will You Live To Be?

There's A Clue On

Your Dinner

Hy
Chapman Pincher

build up the irritant. Barring
accidents, these people reach old

age with sound hearts and
arteries.
The experiments also throw

light on the reason why men are
so much more susceptible than
women to heart ailments in
middle age. The scientists found
that among healthy people aged
20—40 men usually have far more
of the “glue” in their blood.

This research raises an intri-
guing question which experi-
ments now in progress may soon
answer; Is the steady increase in
heart disorders simply due to the
fact that with modern “scienti-
fic’ feeding we absorb more
cholesterol than our ancestors?

It seems significant that long-
lived vegetarians like Mr.
Bernard Shaw take in substan-
tially less of the chemical than
the average not-so-finicky feeder.

PEOPLE who saw me stuffing
strips. of blue paper through
the wire of one of the London







Plate Say Doctor

of herself shows her as a camel.

When I called on Mr. Hollway,
the Prime Minister of Victoria,
the first thing he said was: “I am
going to spend the afternoon
watching some cricket. Would
you care to join me?”

It was a most remarkable game.
At the wicket when I arrived was
the organiser of the match, Gen-
eral Sir Dallas Brooks, the new
Governor-General of Victoria.

He was hitting out at some
rather erratic but fast bowling
from one of Victoria’s leading
Socialist M.P.s.

A Liberal (Australian equiva-
lent of Tory) was keeping wicket
behind him. Political rivals who
in Australia hardly ever meet so-
cially had buried their differences
in an attempt to prevent Sir
Dallas’s Government House team
from defeating Victoria’s Parlia-
ment. They failed. Government
House won, and Sir Dallas, with,
37, made the second highest score
of the match. \

During the tea interval, Lord
Rennell, banker and partner in
London's Morgan Grenfell and
Company, shocked the company
by telling someone that he was)
“out here in Australia to make)
money.” That did not fit in a bit
with Australian ideas of aristo-
cratic dignity, Lord Rennell is one
of several London financiers pros-|
pecting for useful opportunities)
to invest British money in non-|
Socialist Australia. |

Shrewd old multi-millionaire |
cattle man Sir William Angliss,
however, summed up the typical
Australian reaction to offers of
British capital. (He, too, was
there to watch the cricket.) |
“What Australia needs,” he said
to me, “is not so much British
money as British immigrants.” |

If I were a young artisan or a)
young farmer I would emigrate to
Australia at once. There is plenty
of work waiting. Wages are ex-
cellent, taxes lower than in Bri-!
tain, and, with a non-Socialist

Government in power, plenty of!
opportunities for hard-working!
and thrifty men to get on.

I found a party of recent Brit-
ish immigrants working as build-
ers and carpenters on the Kiewa
Dam project. They were earning
£11 a week after taxes had been
paid. Their food and lodging!
were free. So they could save the
whole of their wages, if they}
wanted to, and build themselves
the capital to start a farm or some!
other enterprise,

They had only one grumble,
Said William E. Jones, late of |
Manor-way, Uxbridge, Middlesex: |

“They give us too much meat,
I cannot stand egg and lamb chop
every morning for breakfast.”

L. EB. 8.

4



EMPTY SPACES

By Sir Alexander M. Carr-Saunders |
Director of the Lonaon School of Economics |
(Condensed from Foreign Affairs Quarterly) i

NEW YORK. |

WHO shall fill the “empty spaces” of the

yorld ?
wT his pressing question has come to the
fore to-day as a result of the assumption by
Europeans of control over non-European ter-
ritories during the last three centuries.

These territories were not vacant, and in-
deed were not underpopulated in terms of
skill of the indigenous inhabitants.

But where there was land suitable for
European methods of exploitation in a
climate to which Europeans were accustomed,
and where the indigenous population was
sparse, Europeans settled.

In some of these areas, Y
Australia for example, the natives were
pushed out of the way; in others, South, Cen-
tral and East Africa for instance, regions
were demarcated for European settlement



North America and| |

and the natives relegated to reservations,| |

though employed in European districts as
labourers. ’
In such countries as India and Indonesia,
on the other hand, where climate and meth-
ods of cultivation were unfamiliar and the
population was dense, there was no settle-
ment by Europeans. °
The causes of these migrations were mixed,
but a basic impulse in the whole movement
was the desire of Europeans to expand trade
—in other words, to develop these territories.

The main features of the world population | |

situation at present are the contrast between
rapid growth of numbers in certain Asiatic
countries, whose populations are already



very dense, and the apparent underpopula-| |

tion of certain other areas.

Australia, for instance, certainly looks
empty, and since no Australian authority
seems to put the desirable population of the
continent at less than 20,000,000 or 25,000,000,
we must conclude that, in fact, it is only par-
tially peopled.

In real life, as in Utopia, man’s sense of
justice is offended when valuable land is put

|to no good or profitable use, as in Central

and Southern Italy to-day, where peasants

|are occupying under-cultivated estates. And

when the undercultivated estate is in “the
next land,” or overseas, serious international
problems can arise.

Such differences in density of population
do not, however, mean that there must in-
evitably be a movement from the over-
crowded countries into the sparsely settled
ones. In some instances the peoples of over-
populated areas are too ignorant to realize
their condition, or too apathetic to attempt
to remedy it by emigration; and there are
cases in which the leaders of overpopulated
countries have virtually forbidden all emi-
gration except to areas under the national
flag, as did Mussolini.

About one fundamental matter there can
be no doubt at all. At the time when Euro-
peans first entered East Africa the inhabi-
tants were without even the most elementary
acquaintance with all those scientific, techni-
cal and administrative skills available in
western civilization.



zoo birds to discover a “biologi-
eal explanation” for their fond-
ness for interior decoration

EVEN your teeth can be upset
by mental worries, psychologists
now claim, A test of 49 students
at the Department of Oral
Pathology. Boston, U.S. showed
that those nearest to being
neurotic had more bad teeth than
the thoroughly stable people.

ONCE the hen redstart has
begun, tg. incubate her pale blue
eggs her mate never fnters the
tree-hole nest. How then does
he know when the eggs hatch so
that he can start his tour of
chick-feeding duty?



After patient hours of wartime| 4S the “pull”
watching in a German prison| “push” from home,

camp Oxford’s don-poet JOHN
BUXTON found the answer could
hardly be simpler—the cock bird

a look.

Buxton severely resfricts his
science to watching living birds.
“I believe it is wrong to take

\ life for the sake of knowledge,”

he writes in his study “The

Redstart” (Collins 12s, 6d.) pub-

lished recently.





Responsible Africans now clamour
possess these arts, and non-Africans, how-
ever conscious they may recently have be-
come that the possession of these powers is
no guaranete of good life, rightly think that
it is proper to hand them on.

But if non-Africans are to do this, it can-
not be just by advice; if there are to be
schools and universities for Africans, non-
Africans must set them up and conduct them,
and so must they set up and administer the
machinery of government and take the lead
throughout the whole field. of social and eco-
nomic life.

It was suggested at the beginning of this
article that we may be witnessing the end
of an epoch in the story of population move-
ments.

Recently many things have conspired to
reduce the strength of the forces, summed up

tial emigrants,

a |





of foreign countries and the
which play upon poten-

National planning, for example, now en-

such planning, coupled wit

keeps popping his head in to have £a8e3 attention everywhere to a greater or
| lesser extent, and in ae countries

the realization

that emigration is no cure for demographic

troubles, has meant loss
ings in foreign lands,









of interest in open-

As regards the sparsely populated countrie
where the so-called “empty spaces” of the

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a koe them to come) of the children are from country | did very little work during the| Mental Hospital Hollow Easter Egg in
ee eaaotociaal | districts. 1949-50 year. The Vestry went} Box (Large) ........$1,65
; about 20 phon in Sen tone: They! She pointed out that many of er and brought in a contrac-} In the case against Lionel Hollow Easter Egg in
could all hear what. transpired| the children who are not mem- or to do most of the work for Griffith who was to have Box (Medium) ..... $1.04
‘ sare | appeared before the Court on a Filled Easter Egg (Choc

between him and Mosely and ian Uisitcanccelaiian visor a monthly sum of $120.00 chutes of housebreaking and , basket vendors form a_ block at + tpg apeh ae (Choe st

what Mosely said. No policemen, ARIOUS ENQUIRIES have plus travelling allowance. larceny Mr. Reece. entered a/the Swan Street entrance, Filled Easter Egg

came to him for a statement. A) Seth. Yaciived: bi esting: He felt that it was one of two nolle prosequi. Grifith is now a| Whites Alley: Only a few feet Foiled Bree ae Sia 55¢
: hawker once gave him a $20. 00| Houkd. Oich Gk te Development things, either Mr. Ramsay was in- patient at the Mental Hospital wide but in spite of this, a few Easter Egg (Large) in
Brexiige note, Hin, went (to, the) ind Welfare Organization, for capable or incompetent and add-| ang Mr, Reece told the Court|'@ge packing cases blocking vhe Duck Carriage ...... $1.28
‘hie ae wt is mo! aan copies of the Report of the British ,C4, that it was scandalous and) that he had a certificate from ro Mat the Swan, strer sae Rapier Res (Sed.) in

: rue to ’ : ; i , ake s Guhaeaeeaised | Teor” ieee oe s a > Sw pe :
say That he did not like police-| Caribbean Standing Closer Asso- dishonest to take the taxpayers’| the Superintendent of the Hos-| Of Stull at the Swat vendors Duck Cartiage ....;. $2.34

SATURDAY, APRIL 1

Guilty Of
Manslaughter

@ from page 1
the gutter.



up in As

Waiked along the side of the

gutter. Mosely called out to him,

and told him if he went up th

road and anyone asked him it

he had seen them he was to say
“no”, 3





he
approached they moved off ana

, 1950



Fire Destroys
| Small Shop

SMALL SNUp WIL Stun Wee
completely destroyed by
fire at St. Simon’s Viliage, ov.
- "Thursday.
tne snop is owned by Alphonso
Meuford of the same address ana
is valued $500. It was not insurea.
CANE fire of unknown origin



Andrew, at about 11.30 p.m. on |





ae



1



| H ‘ | “I am a proud consumer of... .
é urricane
| Relief Work _| GOAT CHOW
eu Professor J. S. Dash, Chairman The cows begin their young ones on .
aS of ~ Hurricane Relief roe
. uarters, suggest te the C t
. \ | Chureh Veer Gore the cous CALF STARTENA
*) j;of his lecture on Thursday that
should be earmarked for ye btainable from H. JASON JONES & Ca, Ltd.



ee

PAGE FIVE





——- —

Vestry Discuss



£50
emergencies in case of a hurri-

cane.
Further up the road he met broke out at Moncrieffe When asked his opinion of the Oe nate ene ee ee eee
Darnley Phillips, Hutson Lovelj| Plantation, St. John at about action the St. Michael’s Vestry

and Prescod. They were talking
about how Mosely had beate..
his girl friend. He left them an.:
went home about half of an hour
later. Before leaving he tolu
them to be careful how they went
down the road.

To Mr. Ward: He saw Mosely
with a sword pushed through his
belt. *

The Defence

This closed the case for the
Crown, and the Defence called
witnesses.

The first, Wilbert Lovell, of
Lodge Road, said that on the
night in question about 11 o'clock
he saw three young men walking
in his direction on Lodge Road—
Reynold Philips, Cleveland
Jones and Leonard Mosely. He
saw them go into a gap, but
instead of continuing down the

8.15 am. on Thursday and de-
stroyead two and a quarter acres
of second crop ripe canes and ont
and a quarter acres of third crop
ripe canes.
| The canes are the property oi
ie I. Webster and were insureu.
N THURSDAY at about 2.30
p.m., a fire broke out at the
residence of Martha Banfield at
Fire Hill, St. Thomas and burnt
a small portion of the eastern
side of the house.
The house is not covered by
insurance.
N ABOUT a week or two the
West Indian Knitting Mill at
| Coleridge Street, opposite the
| Police Central Station, will be
| working in full swing. Already
{the machines have knitted many
bolts of cloth but installation is



should take on the matter, Mr.
Bruce Weatherhead, Church-
warden and Chairman of tne
Hurricane Relief Committee of
St. Michael, told the “Advocate
yesterday that he could not thea
say anything on the subject.

He had just gone into office as
Churchwarden for the Parish, and
that would give him his first op-
portunity to sit on a Hurricane
Relief Committee. However he
was ppepared to give the matter
some “deep consideration in the
near future and also to talk over
the matter with Professor Dash.

The vestry of the parish said
that that question had nevei
come before the St. Michael's
Vestry for discussion and he did
not expect another sitting of the
Hurricane Relief Committee >i
that parish before May this year





Looking «
For
Beauty



in

ed- Coime





gap, they swerved back to the|still going ahead in the drying A arel 2
highway. He left them there and | room. : : Pp p -
went home. : HE LOCAL R.AF., Associa- THE INNER BASIN of the Careenage is fast becoming a corner for derelicts. French Yawl

Mosely was armed with what
appeared to be an old sword, It
was pushed through his belt.

To Mr. Reece: [ really do not
know what kind of weapon
Mosely had. It may have been a
piece of wood.

Adolphus Brewster of Water
Street Corner said he had been
at home after 10 o’clock when
he heard a shout of murder. He

went out and saw Livingstone}

Lovell who made a statement to

tion will as usual hold their
monthly Meeting to-day. When
this Association first started very
few of the local ex-R.A.F. boys
took an interest but after realis-
ing what benefit they would de-
rive from it, a good many are now
| joining.
| Tt is understood that the Secre-
l tary of the Association has ex-
tended an invitaton to Squadron
Leader David E. Henderson, new-

“Potick”, which sank on Monday, January 16, is still there with its masts above the water while
the Caravel “Nina” with its masts lying on deck is yet afloat with the lighters.

J.T. C. Ramsay
Re-Appointed

Building Supervisor





*‘Adalina”’
Brings Fruit
TEN BAGS of cocoanuts, 560

bags of charcoal, 150 posts and
a little fresh fruit arrived in the



| Condition
Of Alleys

Disgraceful

25 YEARS AGO
(Barbados Advocate, April 1, 1925)
Accidental Death

About 6 p.m. on Monday whilst
a four wheeled cart drawn by a
team of mules belonging to Four
Square was carting canes to the
Plantation a man named Fitz
Maloney of St. Martin, St. Philip,
who was sitting on the cart was
thrown from his seat. One of
the wheels went into a hole jerk-
ing the cart causing it to tilt. The

YOU SHOULD INSPECT THESE
LADIES NYLON NIGHTDRESSES

: Shirred Bodice with frilled shoulder straps. These ate
individually Boxed and make ideal gifts,

LADIES’ ART SILK NIGHTDRESSES



him. He saw Mosely armed with ly appointed Manager of Seawell | the on Thursday evening by rteht hand wheel passed over his In Flowered Jersey.
a sword making oe 2 to a girl,| Airport, and it is expected that} DURING the appoiniments of the 50-ton schooner ‘Adalina, Between 10.30 and 11.30 a.m Soi. .. a — an the
He spoke to Mosely. Mosely paid| he will attend their meeting at| officers and various committees| hic nh 1S consigned to the lyesterday side alleys leading into} same cart, but died on his way LADIES’ SATIN NIGHTDRESSES
him no mind. 5.00 p.m. at the British Council,jat the meeting of the St,| Schooner Owners’ Association. |Swan Svreet were inspected by] to the General Hospital ’
Prescod came down the road| Wakefield to-day. Michael's Vestry on Monday,| here was salle here of in- |02 (Acvecate’”’ Reporter. This is
later on. Jones left the other side Mr. T. W. Miller objected to| tarcolmaldd dealt hae te iidday | What he found: Embroidery trimmed. In White, Pink and Blue.

of the road where they were and
chucked Reynold Phillips on
Preseod. Prescod cuffed Phillips
and then went and stood behind
them,

That “Cuff”

|

SHORTLY after 10.4 a.m. yes-

terday nearly 50 school-
whe Modern High School could be
seen flocking to the children’s
section of the Public Library,

Mrs. Marjorie Callendar, who is



Mosely went up to Prescod,jin charge of the Children’s Sec-

and said

the re-appointment of the Build- |
ing Inspector/Supervisor Mr

children both boys and girls trom|J. T. Cc, Ramsay saying that that

officer had very little work to do|
and was either incompetent or
incapable of doing the work.

In making his objection, Mr.
Miller said that he did so with

yesterday. The only vessel to ar-
rive was the S.S. “Golfito” of the
Elders & Fyffes Line which called
tor passengers to England.

The “Golfito” came trom Trini-
dad bringing ,six passengers tor
this port and 64 intransit passen-

Busbey Alley: One of the larg-
est wayside markets in the City
Roadway only a few feet wide
but trays and carts ‘take up half
of this making it difficult for pe-
destrians to pass up and down
the alley. Rotten eddoes and ba-
nanas scatvered around in the gut-
ters. Bits and lettuce





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HARRISON'S sroan sr.



“that cutt was not for tion. told the “Advocate” yester- ; ers. It took 35 from Barbados of paper —
Reynold Phillips it was for me,/day that these visits iake place soa the i — as Vestrymen ii douthomation. England. This poets around. Entrance from)
for I’m going to put this sword) at least once a month. On th e rates of the parish and vessel is consigned to Messrs Wil- Swan Street partly blocked mt AT

on you tonight”. Prescod did not)
reply.

He (witness) warned Mosely}
again Mosely continued to make}
threats, and he (witness) called|

his wife and daughter and son- |

men. The accused’s mother said
she told Cpl, Mayers to come to
him, and Mayers did not come.

; . rj 5 year ¢ oe r “hi i der scene to see a motor lorry, loaded :
De tained, price 3s, each, at \he during the year and he challenged The Chief Justice ordered that sceie oe non-A , L Perfume Novelty .....3/6 : E
This paoe _ for the| Secretariat, Public Buildings,| 22Y member to get up and refute| the articles which were the sub- with gas ohne Deve Easter Egg in Glass aeeanes
clos e ay Bridgetown his statements. ject of the charge, be returned centre of the road while the drive 1/9, 2/6, 3/- & 3/3
Defence, and Mr. Ward addressed 4 ; lis being abused by two men man-

the Jury. He urged the plea of



last’ occasion children came from
St. Peter.

She said that during the course
of the visit she carried the chil-
dren around the Library and ex-
plained the books to them. Many

bers of the Library, join

ciation Commitiee.

The Organization regrets that
it has no copies of this Report for
sale. They may, however, be ob-

HE BRITISH COUNCIL cen-

had to see that the money was
properly spent, |
|
|
|

In spite of what anyone might
say, he maintained and could
prove that the Building Supervi-
sor in the person of Mr. Ramsay

before | Which they were paying a super-

money
that.
He reiterated that the Building
Supervisor did very little work

and fritter it away like |

Mr, E. D. Mottley strongly de- |

kinson & Hevres Co,, Ltd.

Prisoner In

pital, to the effect, that there, was
no likelihood of Griffith recover-
ing in the near future.

to the owner,

push carts containing oranges,

Lukes
the Busbey Alley wayside market
Swan Street entrance blocked by
faney-basket vendors. A pile of
wood, which belongs to a nearby
bakery stored up one side of the

Alley: Continuation to



trance. Fancy-basket
nearly completely block the Swan
Stree’ entrance.

Middle Street: A very unusual



| ning push-carts. Cars parked at

|

ANIMATED OPINIONS

mS

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WEATHERHEAD'S

Easter Egg in Casket . . $2.68

Card Easter Egg containing
and Barley Sugar ....3/-
Choc, Marshmallow Cigars

Soir de Paris Easter Egg





Easter Egg in Milk Jug . .2/3



self defence, Mosely, he told tre, “Wakefield,” will as usual fended Mr. Ramsay and pointed one side and pedestrians have to — porns 2/3 ere ere

the Jury, had deliberately | Pe ci o ie World. ‘The: 1. out that he did not think he was force their way between the lorry Plastic Easter Egg with — “YOU CAN RE-LION IT

attacked the accused, and in that| listeners =. a The es which called upon to do enough work, i. : and the cars: Rubber Doll .........5/6 {| sihiial hit ict

attack he was armed with a Mar ae heoniibeat nan Fe 30 D e but because of that, it could not Fined 20/- " aL regi ale ised. ¢d Easter Chick with 2 } BEING THE SWEETEST TREAT!”
sword. There was doubt as to 9.20 p.m,, is “Othello.” It is| therefore be said that he was in- Wif G t Chocolate Eggs + 6/~ Mh)

whether the knife produced in|‘ "oi" Pole, vol Gielgud, the|C°Mpetent or incapable as was For Assault ile Gets ae Walters

hed flicted ve ar oe Be Sece is Duncan Carse and it|Susgested by Mr. Miller, There H b ad’ E t

had in: e MEY. BUS EVO eee a ee ag; PY was more in it than the actual e 6 al and s sta e

if it was, he was submitting that sag Seg: broadcasting by eye could see and he appealed to A meet of > i: 0 ae ae us Get your supply To-day

the accused was within his rights; “.": 7 members not to get into any po-| °P€ month or in dete AT THE sitting of the Court of

to use it to defend himself from
a man who was armed with a

T, PETER, WITH 56 parts, re-
corded the highest rainfall

litical vendetta.
Mr. Ramsay was a man of cx-

month's imprisonment was ime-
posed on Mahon Osborne of Bank

Ordinary yesterday, His Hoffour

from

Toffee

j rsday ¢ 5 ‘ nah as ‘< Worchin | the Chief Judge, granted letters
sword~a man moreover who had| during Thursday and up to 6) vience. He was recommended| Hall yesterday by His Worship wo ithe ph gg eh ee
i Yclock yesterday morning. For|*~ ho o._ Teer E. A. McLeod. of administration to s | 1
mithey Sell camaeneer ‘00, Mr | that period Bridgetown had no|P¥ men who knew something | M! ett | Straughn of Barbarees Hill, Stiff BRUCE WEATHERHEAD El .

Ward told the jury that accused | rain at all while at the Station
had mae She Renanties while | Hill District 9 parts were recorded.

5 ffing hin The rainfall returns were: Sta-
ose ats Deen cufing DM! tion Hill District 9 parts, St,

He was submitting that the| George 10 parts, St. Philip 8 parts,
he. had roe perfectly St. Peter 50 parts, St. Joseph 7

about building, but if for some
reason the churchwarden and he
could not get on, it was not for
them to crucify him without
hearing his side of the question.



Although there was a Building

He was found guilty of unlaw-j

fully assaulting and ~ beating
Alvan Maynard of Manning Ten-
antry on Marhill Street.

The offence was committed on' by Mr.
January 28.

Michael, to the estate of her hus-
band James Nathaniel Straughn,
ij late of Bush Hall, St. Michael.
D. H. L. Ward instructed
D. L. Sarjeant, Solicitor,
appeared for the petitioner.

Mr.

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within the law to act as he had| parts, St. James © parte, .* An- Supervisor, it was still within the
acted, and had done nothing| drew 17 parts, St. John 26 parts.) province of the Churchwarden to



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more than any reasonable man
would have done. He should
therefore be acquitted.

Mr. Ward in the course of his
address cited passages of law re~
lating to a killing which had
taken place as the result of a
fight.

‘ne Attack

Mr. Reece replying told the
Jury that the point they had to
decide was whether the attack
on the accused was so fierce and
of such a nature that he could
not have acted in self defence
in any other manner than the
manner in which he had acted.

Mr. Reece dealing with facts
of the case, drew to the atten-
tion of the Jury the fact that
only Brewster had said anything
about Mosely threatening the
accused with the sword, Even
the accused had not mentioned
it in his statement to the Police.

He submitted finally that when
they applied the test of the law
to all the facts of the case, they
vould reach no other conclusion
than that the accused was guilty

of the offence with which he was

charged.
The Chief Justice

The Chief Justice summing up,

and St. Lucy 15 parts.
HE LOSS of a Raleigh bicycle

valued $65 was reported by | pefore the Vestry that Mr. Rani-

Frank Willoughby of Bank Hall
Cross Road. He stated that the bi-
cycle was removed from outside
Messrs. DaCosta & Co, bond at the
Lower Wharf on Thursday.
AJORITA ELLIS of Reid
Street was wounded on her
chin after she was involved in an
accident with National ’bus M-739,
driven by Samuel Downes of
Chapel Gap, St. Michael, at about
; 8.55 a.m, on Thursday. She was
treated at the General Hospital
and discharged.

N ACCIDENT occurred at the
corner of Spry Street and
Dottin’s Alley at about 9.15 a.m, on
Thursday between the motor car
M-1997, owned and driven by
Louis Lynch of Roebuck Street,
and another car, M-2343, owned





and driven by Kenneth Stc.
Hutchinson of Deacons Road.
The right front fender and

right wheel cap of M-1997 were
damaged. The Tront bumper of
M-2343 was slightly damaged.
T ABOUT 3.15 p.m. on Thurs-
day an accident occurred on
Lightfoots Lane between the
motor car M-2496, owned by

bring in an outsider to do certain
work, There was no evidence

The
Barbados
Police

Magazine

say had refused to do any work)
which was requested of him by
the Churchwarden.

Mr. Mottley then moved that
he be re-appointed,

Mr. MeD. Symmonds seconded
and said that as a taxpayer and
Vestryman he highly appreciated
the work carried out by Mr.
Ramsay under the supervision of;
the Churchwarden. |

As a member of the Board of}
Guardians, He knew that Mr.
Ramsay had reported to the office



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never refused to do anything that
was required of him,

After further discussion, the
Vestry by an 11-1 majority re-
appointed Mr, Ramsay as Build-
ing Supervisor, Mr. Miller was the
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INVITATION FOR TENDER cinaa"” it? SS, stvenn el be
it Ts, ARTMENT HWAYS AND TRANSPORT under:—
Needs Paper DEP OF HIGHWAYS Fercel Mel at 12 nooa: Saglgencs

SEALED TENDERS will be received at the Colonial Secretary’s | Ml at 1 p.m.: ordi att Se
BUENOS AIRES, March 31, | Office up te noon on the 15th April. 1950, for the supply of Barbados Mane tor an pest Taso.

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hese ; ; the Sch. Garden ge", Trinidad, by
or of sympath é ; ¢ 7
ow one s eS ae ' of newsprint “by the Argenting Limestone. Marl Filling and Earth Filling to _ ee * at thes (General = agp be closed
a SSP HAL who. died on| *O11SF Government in the meanwhile pang ng Transport ior a period of eleven (11) months from the os am, oe = Ordinary’ Maile }
Monday March, ; “ . rgentina’s leading newspaper “La May, 1950. ' Malis fo es .
Inniss ury Road, SEA QUENN”’—Hastings. From Ist oe ore per ’ re or Grenada the Sch. Ani
Bt Michal, i's. socin | May. Apply: Mire, Marion Giths,” Dial Im Carlisle May cree will be unable to appear 2. A separate tender for each division tendered for should be Office wa eygoeed tthe General Post
an - << -S:| M0 PORT: ah. Alexandrina R., Sch. Feeutem:Flewy, Geb. Tustle Dove, Sch wie comne ne to an an~ | submitted in respect of each or any of the following divisions: — Parcel, Registered and Ordinary Mails
FOR SALE FLAT — At Carlton. Black Rock| Lady Noeleen, Sch. Mary M. Lewis, Geraldine H., Sch. Gardenia | W Pr hi pu by i [at 9 am. on the Ist April 1959.
crseninal lane Phone 2650. 1.4.50—2n. | Aux. Sch. Cachalot, Sch. Manuata, Sch Sch, Blue Nose Mac, Sch. Hazell Scott ensa which gives 1 de- : i ae
——S———S==_==Z Pe ae DOrtae, ‘Sch. Anita H., Sch.’ Zita Soh. Reginald N. Wallace: Sch. Prin | tails of the newsprint and (a) Northern Division—Parishes of St. Lucy and St. Peter. shales
AUTOMOTIVE 4 CORDEA COTTAGE: -- Meson Hall Wonita, Sch. Emanuel C. Gordon, Sch. cess Louise: Sch. Felicia Monica: points out that despite ha’ re- (b) Southern Division—Parishes of Christ Church. St. Philip
CAR—One 1947 Standard 8 H.P. ir \ 7 ane Ta.so-2n. s.3 vauibicn PaMidt tts et. C pt er H. ye Revd. S. Brewer ar os ee oe te re Sa When rBACK
. excellent diti fe) driv — . » 4, PN, ERS ee ae een at ; this year ese are —Pari "
j cxeelient condition. Owner _ driv peigwa an tenant two un- Sapsworth, from Trinidad; Agents: Wil- and age. Fieweret: Miss ui. « oBlsdes'| possession of the Atepitine tus (c) Eastern Division —Parisnes of St. Andrew and St. Joseph.
5 31.3.50—3r furniged 4 flats Se anmene Gamweniencts ae ae rida nee, Capt. Mrs. G. W. Cresswell: Mrs.'J. Eegies-| thorities in keeping with recent : ACHE oo
ie. Rees PC Ak A ae * "1...5 tn. | Flemming, from St. Lucia; Agents: Sch. field: Miss F. Egglesfield: Miss S. Exg-| rulings whereby all newsprint (d) Western Division — Parishes of St. Michael, St. George, St. ee0e
‘AR—One 1948 Hillman, excellent con : ‘ esfield:; Mr. J. Goddard: Mrs rs
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Ms 1,4.50—2n. Mr. Andrew J. Atridge: Mr. Jo J.

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SAR—1— Dodge Car. Suitable | Dil 4100, 3 : 4 .| Papers. Prensa claims that all in the
oe be Mee Gh ie on: teed --——- Frederick Cameron: ser ie ican Ber iar ae a ieee ea tne | efforts. to. obtain zelanan of news- | 8T@Ph 2 on the basis of paragraph 6, except that for the final words 9 backache I =



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S| Nn Svea ‘User Goode | famsowrers leaving Oy this veesl Wethes: Me. G. Waloot Mb. 3 _,/piced, with impossibility of ob- obtained on application at the Department of Highways and ‘Trans- pseess acids and wastes so that pure,
CAR—One (1) Austin 10. Engine good,| bathing. For further particulars Dis ere: — . sd-claiwos to 3 vr) ~ | port. to every nerve and muscle.
tires good. No reasonable offer, refused 3124. Alma Lashley. 1.4.50—3n IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION of Seems countey's Iain nee 5. Tenders are to be made on forms which can be obtained at Then ro iee better —look better —work
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ARS—One evrol Truc vith | Cawrence Gap. Phon: unicate wi e rg, S.S. mherst,. S.S. t . i ; i 7
re iene eee ante x 2.3.60—n |] tonswing ‘ships tarough their Barbados “Sat Albea'Cliseet, Matinee Slee Pole oe morning and will be un- | Dollars ($5.00). After a contract has been entered into, those per- Pils in the blue with the red
tyres). One 1987 Touring Ford Cor with —~— | Coast Station :— S.S. Amakura,- 8,8, Canadian Challenger, | 0! to resume publication until} sons who may have submitted bona fide tenders will have their | bands. Only 2/- at all stores
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Car body with gear box and differential {on cea: unfurnished 3 bedrooms, - Norte, 8.8. Nidarland, 8S. Fort Peqoune Convene ae 86. Zeece, 55, Merce —Reuter. deposits refunded; but no person or persons who may refuse to enter a + °
me 1988 Chevrolet Chass Ap Apply to Miss Bayley rathon, St 3.5. Dolores, S.S. Pygmalion, S.S. , ‘od—LMTJ,: SiS, Sunrell, S.S. Richmon . ! = Se
. oe ee i wrence: Ring 8144. No Pets | Sis peitish” Cavalier, SB. Mundial, BE’ Caste, MEO Bhiveten EMIT Ge oe into a contract. when so called upon shall have the deposits made by || POSE |
f or P. A. Vanterpool, Barbados Advocate 1.4.50—In | South Mountain, S°. Elizabeth A, Flan- Ranger, S.S. Esso,.S.S. Abraham Lin- ‘them. refunded, and these shall be forfeited and paid into the For MARL, SAND, (i
j Lsi0)—in rer marttay | eee oe ore olan SB Mor, Ricca, Femiace an. a, Cumeae, 5. ! tare. Chatto Locke: Mike) Brune Leh: Treasury. i
f OFFICE—One Office over Pasting’ Calliroy, S.S. Star of Ramleh, S.S. Alcoa, Pennant, S.S. Alcoa Patriot. Mrs. Edna Leacock: Mr. Dudley Lea. , GARDEN MOULD.
VESTOC undry Depot., Marhill Street. Apply cock Jr. Mr. Fitzroy Jackman: . Mrs 6. The prices tendered must be based on the payment of wages ? }
u . Oe ne ree Te oa ‘ Vevtony: Lee hae: aa hun’ At. | at current standard rates in the trade, and shall be the flat rates per and LIME
HEIFFR CALVES—At Kingsland Dairy ie { Ophelia Gopaul: Mr. Wilfred Alston. | Per cubic yard at which the tenderer would contract to supply materials
Dial Bs8s, AS S|) | PIsAT One upstades. Bat at; Bay tele Mr. John Hobson: Mrs. Ursula Hobson: | on spot anywhere within the Division pply Dial 4503
— os ion — Bay Street. ae x Mr. Keith Piggott; Mrs. Nancy Piggott: ny ‘ . ; SS,
cn 1 Apply: ae. Trot- Ayatenie — Ist. Apply ay oem Miss Mildred Pigwott: iiss Ruth Pigott: 7. Tenders are to be addressed to the Colonial Secretary and SSS,
, Tombury , Christ Skinner. Phone 4064. Ms nis Piggott: Mrs, Laura ion: w i a
1.4,50—3n 26.3,50—3n Miss Margot Lewis: Mr. George Deno. | marked “Tender for the supply of Stone to the Department of High- ali a.
$$ __—_____—-- a ca jnaham: Mrs. Evelyn Kernaham: Mr | briga: Mstr. W. MacKenvie- . ”
HORSE — One reliable riding horse | HOUSE—Newly built house on Rocko" pro ARRIVALS — BY B.W.I.A.L. | Domingo Sentelli: Mia, Gilda Sentelii: | pri’, Mist. W. MacKenzie: Mrs, Moll: | ways and Transport. ; “eG het. ee oat NOTICE
(mare). Price $120.00. Phone 300... Bay, sor four to six montha y fe. | Lydia Richardson: Ralph Blackman: i os 8. The Contractor will be required to give security in a per- jake 7 BROWNE havin
——_—______ _—_________ | Saker ‘car also supplied if required. Fo | (. R. B, Brown: Mark Nero: Luello ——— | sonal bond with two (2) approved sureties in the sum of One Hun-(\/\} ment for reasons “of ieaittesh
Pits at een nae phone 9179. Maffel 281 or 8230 after 4. ? F. ©: § | aston Arthur: John Drayton: Ann dred and Twenty-five Pounds (£125) in respect of each Division for ers that hus friends and custom.
nee aoe * " 1,4.50—2n- ” ' 29.3.50—6n Oe aes maby At; the due performance of his Contract. 3rd of April, va eee
63 “ONITCRL Marni Seema: a. St. next to W. B.| T° Trinidad: 9, The Government does not bind itself to accept the lowest or FSS:
_ POULTRY Hutchinson sa 7 vw cond partials Mrs, Flora Hadley: Mrs, Sinbass Ker- any tender, and only tenders submitted on the prescribed form will NN ESS
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COCKS—Two (2) Rhode Island Cocks| "* °PP'Y 14.3.50—t.f.n be considered. Mine
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& St. Lawrence, Fully furnished. Dial n uma sm ox DELUXE TABLE Mo:
FURNITURE 8957. 25.3.50,—t.f.n. 3 Bolling TEL Gets Hotwwane with
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Cy ee eT dabetn: Mirae aaiamaar oii Ee 4 ein cides cea | INSPECTION OF PUBLIC SERVICE VEHICLES AND Enamel Gas Hotplans wie EY y-
ae iad cates eee rte ceant.4 RENEWAL OF LICENSES reversible Gril fo, Which isa

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TLEC RIA HOUSE—Iaieas Street. A de- through feuty kidneysaction. Regulation 16 (6) of the Regulations made under Section 7 of WE a'SLeeRisLrcisi pasche ce
a CTRICAL QeuRTokatiee stand. With or with Other sympvoms of Kidney | 8 (6) 8 ++ $26.46

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Disorders are Backache, Ach- At Your Gas Showroom

| the Motor Vechicles and Road Traffic Act, 1937-16, requires that
ing Joints and Limbs, Sciatica,

i}; owners intending to renew their licenses in respect of public service

vehicles, goods vehicles or trailers shall before the 30th day of April, ——_—
make application to the Commissioner of Police who shall appoint a

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ELECTRIC COOKER—American a fixtures and furniture. Contact tmenad
i point Eleetrie Cooker. As new, four] »tfely Theni Bros., nee am Y
) roints and oven. Phone 9179 Street. Dial 3466. 31,3.50—t.f.n eee een oatne
3 1,4.50—n en Cesena ee pene name
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time and place for the examination of the same.
ing Machines. We have found best afte] ehowers, telephones, verandahs. Tele ret to the root cause of the trouble. i ° e EBB
test here and abroad, Some of the early rhone 2949, 31.3.50—t.f. | Phe Cystex treatment is Specially compounded 2. Applications should be submitted before the 29th day of
“Thors” installed 20 years ago are still +0 soothe, tone and clean raw, sore, sick kidneys April, 1950.
in oneration, PONNTE DUNDEE. St. Lawrence Gan | and bladder and remove acids and poisons from . : ‘ - i ‘ +.
The EMTAGE ELECTRICAL CO. filly furnished except Linen. From Jn reas fig mv quleeiy and reise 7% ose 3. Forms will be supplied on application to the Transport Section
28.3.50-—-*' | nnd the ist September onwards. Anniv | iains no harmful of dangerous drugs. Cys of Department of Highways & Transport; but will not be sent through
me aca ae ea FC Boyce, Dundee, St. Lawrence. | vorks in 3 ways toend your troubles. ewer pork e Stocks — Bonds — Shares
RECEIVER SETS—Hallicrafter S 4/| pial 240, | 15.3.50—t.f.n. |" your Kidness, Bladder ond Urinary Systen, | the post. i i Both local and forei
A ene Seana. aR maar Ub Or iemaees Yen M6. ADUBLANELY DAERIIGGS | CO 4. Inspection of these vehicles will commence on Monday 17th Bought and Sold ”
asn. a a) .
| ‘ashlev's Limited, Pr. Wm. Henry St. | 2. Gets rid of health-destroying, deadly poison- April, 1950.
Pan ee 1.4.50—2 PUBLIC N@TICES | cone sthcig, Vhich your system has bee 5. Owners of vehicles are hereby reminded that vehicles which +.
, by Jn 4 . . a
i. er 3. pincer tig lg ier Sle etna are not passed as road-worthy by the 30th June, 1950, will not be
— _RAPIOS—Mullard Radios — 5 Tubes Bora hae deetits, rp ‘ . 1
§ 1° to 560 Meters — $50.00 Cash, Terms ates the entire sen a pee permitted to operate after that date. 55 Roebuck Street, B’town.
B can be oxveniied Dial ane: Lashley’: “+ 225 easily earned by obtaining orders} , Projsed by Doctors, Chemists, and (Sed.) R. T. MICHELIN, Dial 3188 Hours 9—3
as L ted: Pr. m. enry § ; 7 . «ae 3
£ imitea: Pr Oe for private Christmas Conte tian ll : One-time Sufterers oo Commissioner of Police. { tee eaten sigs)
f ' No previous experience systex is approved by rs and Chemists in : i ee es tole tor Meanttiat free ae Soenitiae and Be Rees Une a fry tne Police Headquarters, WPS SODDOSSSSUOSODOOOS OU,
+ r roubles shown above, rd. writes. “J am ‘
: MECHANICAL emple ae See ate z yeare old ou have tufered with tertibie | Bridgetown,
— TER— ; Rov: remost ers; co: jon ckaches and pains, continually getting up a 3.50. 25.3.50—3n. NOTICE
Tinewriter in good workins grger | arvellous money making opportunity | Mont, and, thanks (0 Cystex i am much bette | eae on
Apply: C. B, Rice & Co., Bolton Lane «nes, Williams & Co., Dept. 10 Victoria | wonders Cystex has worked with me seem al« —
$1.3.50 ‘orks, Preston, England.” eet, tepoesibie. i an wert £1 a box thep Ww.
entrar would still be wor 5 T e beg to remind
our cus-
MISCELLANEOUS % Coqeentnel.06 Sat Vee mae SHIPPING NO ICES ee that ry
—ciilteoandieteabonienal PERSON AL or Money Back m Lirocery

AMFRICAN. TOWELS AND FACF
CLOTHS—In assorted sizes. For the best

election in town. The Novelty Store The pub ereb.
Corner MeGregor and Broad Streets. giving ee me — wine Gee

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RADIOS Two Ecko Pattery Radios Aruba, date of sailing will be

5 Nev, sells Wm Hears St psi PUBLIC SALES P OST OF FICE N OTICE , geo SCHOONER OWNERS’

ASSOCIATION (INC.)
Consignees.

Cargo accepted on through ,bills o
lading with transhdpment at Trinidad fo
British Guiana, Barbados, Windward &
Leeward Islands.

Kor further particulars apply:—

FURNESS, WITHY & CO. LTD,
Agents Trinidad.
DA COSTA & CO. LTD.

1.4,.50—2n | HIRISUS SEALY (nee St pecee 2, Crate: Meew coats 5 The Schooner “Anita H” will (M.A.N.Z, LINE) Kindly ord ‘
j raker), as I do hours and to be completely ner nita order early and
" ER ONNND hold my. esponsil he accept Cargo and Passengers tor
B LAMIES' COATS—For Travel or Even- hapone else “oquivanting Pang deke or beck it you relura the emaply Cee ate CARR & CO tte Grenada, ‘sailing Saturday Ist S.S. “DEVON” is scheduled ty oblige
B ing Wear. From $17,00—828.50 each. | Gebts in my name Unless by a written patheat. Act nowt a CARLISLE . ENGLAND April. i Sydney March 25th, Brisbane April 4t) S.E.c
The Modern Dress Shoppe, Roped eve! order signed by me. e or i A The Schooner ‘Gardenia W” will eNOS, Oe 5 31.3.50 COLE & CO, LTD.
4. 50— 10 q An + | 1 a 3. "Cc PE’ . 3.00,—.
i ayers CROAT, SS MBALE, K : ste KIDNEYS} — accept Cargo and Passengers for [I] aie Apc sana Mole ene ails, Ade On,
| TANK—One Cast Tron Tank 6 ft. x 6 . Tee seats ts, BLADDER Aa? (Salling Saturday Ist Sydney May 12th, Brisbane May 19t! wwe
i ft. x 6 ft es: 1 selon» 31.3,.50—2n, Vhe GUARANTEED Remedy RHEUMATISM Obtainabl The a BY fa arriving at Trinidad June 15th. , OO,
= conacity. 5/8” ’ 0... -V. “Daerwood" w u spa >
B cree ck. Cole & Co. ltd ¥, ainable From All Drug and Departmental Stores cecept Cargo and Passengers for ||| chilled: hard frozen “and, weneral ‘care.

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





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i Conseguent on ch s r Ms : S | — Agents Barbados A limi e
.—— nr onsey anges in B.W.LA. Flights Schedule effective 1s jjunited number of
A Eee HAMMER MAILS will be closed at the General Post Office as follows : eR ee -— een aaa r Footbal amanuals of the
m also mild steel plates 1/16 RM " reer ociation of Eng-
5/16 and 3/8 in various sixes, Enauire oun recommendations of Lioyds Agents Destination, Time. : , land can be bo ht
sto ive Gomnane, Hens | satan Magee Sm ah Ave | DAO — |e | _ Destination, | ties.) HARRISON — LINE }ij i sseiv are
iy na ope 9 Danish Pots, 11 Negro Antigua a 2.00 By accredited represen-
Benge er thea oa. Bg yt ") 3'00 Bin’ * | Duesday. | Gregt Britain .. | 11.45 a.m... | Monday. tatives of clubs affilia' xd to
B® Frauire: "Auto ‘Tyre 'Go., ‘Tratelner &t coe, 2 Car Batterys, 8 Cartons One- 4 : -00 p.m. .. | Friday. 11.45 a.m... ] Thursday, betters shaman the B.A.F.A, .
a n “ a a a i g E
sooo 16.2.FO-*£-7 1 11 dos: Powder Bulle tow’ Sh Gaee| vosralia (all air) .. 4 “45 a.m... | Monday. 9.00 a.m, .. | Saturday. OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM
| “aoa Semen NrFD. | Chewing Gums 50 Bal kum, -45 a.m, :
a Se a Ee eg .00a.m: <.| Saturday; {Orems’® «| 9-00. a.m. .. | Monday, ae.
m Ce latt nd Bi cords, Rh RAN MAN . 45 a.m, .. ‘
i ae Vette io none by a B KER, TROT & CO., Australia (to 11.45 a.m Wi Vv ven m ab
| drew Sisters, Mills Brothers etc Auctioneers, Panama only) cack ednesday }Guadeloupe .. oe
A. Barnes & Go 1.4,50—2n. ein) ‘m, Saturday, (via Antigua) ..} 2.00 p.m. ..]' Tuesday. |S.S, “COMEDIAN” 4s .. London 14th Mar. ont A G DSs!!
or Argentina 3 «bit 48 a: a S.S. “HERDSMAN” a ..Glasgow 25th Mar. 8t pril, 00
| REAL ESTATE it’ as oe: Wed tay Haiti. zh es ve 3. ee ae S.S. “MEGNA” ae a .. London 26th Mar, 10th Apr. SURIOS, JEWELLERY
© Two-inch galvanised pine. Re ta Se ent sn . 7 . a.m. .. ay, “ ”
oe toot A BARNES RCO, T-Tn SEASIDE COTTAGE, good | locality 11.45 a.m. Friday, y S.S. “OREGON STAR” .. .. Liverpool 31st Mar. 14th April BRASSWARE, TEAKWOOD
‘ 1a 0 . : i
Rett Pre es PARC wg 11.45 a.m. .. | Monday. Pe. oe: ee ete ee HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM. ANDAL, IVORY, ETC.
oan toe a eee Flower Srciclancanke iki 7 .c. a.m. ..| Thursday, 9.00 a.m, ., | Saturday. Vessel For Closes in Barbados KASHMER
_ ~'“BRUCE WEATHERHEAD LTD CARS—The following Cars can be i, nee area ‘Saturday, : $.8. “CUSTODIAN” Liverpool 6th April,
¢ $1.3.50--% urehased on terms (1) Vauxhall Sedan ie a Jamaica ¥ --] 11.45 a.m, ,, | Monday. ‘_ ” if il
csi entero $48: (1) vauxhall touring 14 x 6: Aruba (via Curacao) | 11.45 a.m, Monday it dam Thursday, | 8:8. “TACTICIAN .» London 8th April. THANI BROS.
it ana aa ; ) Austin (10); (1) Morris 8: (1) Rock- E ae ee * -
wtigh Tost. \Price 78 cents per 4 02, tin: ney, Sen: Moke ‘ps 1) Gad chevrolet makers oo tel Bh aa Monday 9.00 a.m, ., | Saturday, For further particulars apply to. . Pr. Wm. Hy. Street
Get it at su le for pi up: ) nd also ‘ 11.45 aw . man sa) =
. WEATHERHEAD'S DRUG STORE {) B.S.A. Cycle only done 8,000 miles. dink: “ean et Thursday, | Marvinique _ 11.45 a.m Monday. TD—Ag . Dial 3466
4 > ry 31.3.50—2n Soe Gane at D'ARCY A. scorF, Mege- } 9.00 a.m. Saturday. (via Trinidad) vc1 11,8 a.m Friday. DA COSTA & co,, L Agents “
AUSTRALIAN PRACHES-Usully §/—SoRoaLow AT NAVY GARDE | PoTmuda “se + , 11.45 a.m, ..| Monday, |! Mexico .. 111.45 a.m Monday. ———— ee 1
now 52. ’ an Built Dee. 1948. Cool quiet, locality 2.00 pm. .. Friday. 11.45 a.m Friday, 4 Y * 4e e
VR a § ‘er . a *
at ae each .* eect a nie oe ne ae Breakfast Rooms | Brazil .. és ++ | 11.45 a.m, Monday. Montserrat 2.00 p.m, ,. | Tuesday. , i Christian Science 3
price. Dear’s Garage Ltd Prone ane boas sation pea a hears ae ra 11.45 a.m, [Wednesday (via Antigua) 2.00 p.m. ..| Friday, ° °
each with — lar; nd water 11.45 a.m,
ge presses a € Friday, . ‘ y 00m
FOOD YEAST—Rich concentrated - Gerage, servants’ room, toilet, bath, lime ‘i ' New Zealand (all air)| 11.45 a.m. .. Monday. Inc.
min food contain B2. Price 14 cents per Ib | breadfruit and other fruit trees, lawn: | British Guiana ++] 9.00 a.m, Tuesda 11.45 a.m Thursday FLOOR, BOWEN
Obtainable from all Grocers and â„¢ and yards good condition. Inspection t 11.45 a.m Fri we a a % i ge , ne
Stores. 26.3.50—2n . applies only. Archie Clarke. Pnone oy Friday. 9.00 a.m, ,, | Baturday. NEW. YORK SERVICE (Broad Street)
i : F .3. "! Br. Honduras New Zealand (to 11,45 sae ; |
hes 4 .45 a.m. ..| Wednesday sails \rr. Hours: 10 am—2 p.m. ’
"po 18600 0g he eght well Cotas | amaica) = .. | 9.00 a.m. .. | saturday. Panama only) —..| 9.00.a.m. .. | Baturday. | sg ‘BYRYORD” ...... en a Wh April Tuesdays, Wednesdays,
closed gallery, drawing room, 3 bedrooms, Canada 11.45 a.m Puerto Ri 11.45 Fe sevevesttase cdgadditbes 28th April 8th May y
each with running water, modern con- nm va ‘++ | Tuesday, Pee Ss . -45 a.m Monday. 10 a.m.—12 o’clock
ease Bots eee ee a ae 11°45 arm, «| Weanesday arr: ia Saiurdaye. )
CRASS Pookeeper Small Hotel, Tobage. |* % & Pm. except Sundays Foam S7t,, | Canal Zone .. — «.| 11.45 a.m, .. | Wednesday ee “ALCOA ROAMER" 20nd March 6th April the “Ghristion "Selence text-book,
Good Salary, suitable middle age or re- eee OG Ann SEN, 9.00 a.m. ..| Saturday, | St. Lucia .. +-| 2.00 p.m. .. | Tuesday. ALCOA RUNNER” aes se tote eek iat, 23rd April € sctonse and Heaith wita Key to )
tired person of culture. Write Box 44 “SUNSET VIEW'—Rockley. (Adjoin. | Co] by 2.00 p.m. .. Friday “ALCOA ” 1 4th May the Scriptures by MARY AKER
C/o Advocate Ca, ing BLUE WATERS), on the land sia: | Colombia Rep. | 11.45-a.m, .. | Monday. F BDDY may be reed, borrowed
$1,3.80—20 | ofthe toad facing the. fay with 1 11.45 a.m. ..| Friday. |St. Kitts .. ..] 2.00pm. ..| tuesday. | sopsmmoum Ca Seer eat Are W, i
nerioneed cook, spply with reterence to | =e Be, ae nee re, ae, Wetec | Curacag = #01 11.45 a.m, .. | Monday Piha kes - Name of ship Halifax Barbados wi
Woodyare, Pine Hill, St. Michaal bi drawing ‘and dining ‘rooms, three bed-| Cuba .. a =| 11.45 a.m. .. | Monday. Rites 13 ares i Mane. £S -ALROA Taman: vopesesvevegness ~ oy Avett ist oww a ee
| including baitehen ‘ait .cebioast (| 11.45 a.m, .. | Wednesday + iter “m. .. | Priday, Sailing every two weeks en
: 33) 11.45 a.m . NORTHBOUND
MISCELLANEOUS Installed, Ge ity, Gas and Radio ay ‘mM, ..| Friday. St. Vincent 9.00 a.m, ..] Monday. | 8.8. “ALCOA PILGRIM” Sailing early April for St. Lawrence
Garage and Servants rooms \ Be
_——— ——— in yard: : (via Grenada) » 11.45 a.m, .. | Thursday. River ports. GOOD
pice heir ethos amar talorea. se | peamestio® Sy ay—Phone es, ae, | CDNA e+ oe ma 11-48 20D. «| Monday, elaiacia Atte at shortest notice. “Call or come| "the" Snowe will be set up to public “il 9.00 dm. _ ee” pena, (via Antigne ‘2 pm. .. | Tuesday. : DACOSTA & CO., LTD.—Can adian Service.
Wee ea oe competition a( the ‘office of the under- ta urday, ‘00 p.m. .. | Friday, THOM LTD.~-New York and Gulf Service. ISHING
haat Wount 2S ios, siened on Friday, the 2ist of April, 1980, Reeninite ze 2.00 pm. ..| Tuesday. | Trinidad Pe -.| 11.45 a.m. .. | Monday. ¢ i 3 aie
aera /00— CARRINGTON & SEALY. (via Antigua) | 2.00 pm. .. | Friday, 11.45 a.m. ..| Tuesday. FSS : tells the wae
an * as Str ae world
ical ase te my Co-opera. | 21:3.80—I3n. - Dutch Guiana wn / 11.45 a.m, .. Monday = that = tooo 1148 =m is ana
BéA eS! - ra Serene i \ . a y ’ . see '
{ve Bank Shares, Mr, Webb, PO. Bor! ‘the undersigned will offer for sale at | 11.45 a.m, .. | Friday, to Saturday. 11.45 a.m. ..| Friday. FURNISH GOOD TO-DAY THE
266 31.3.50—6" | their Office No. 17, High Btreet, Bridge D Republi 2.00 9.00 a.m, .. | Saturday MONEY SAVING WAY
os Trp ~S””—CY|: town. on Wednesday the Sth day of | VOM. Hepublic os ‘UO p.m, .. | Wednesday F BROADWAY
cera POSITION WANTED April 1980, at 2 p.m, Ti} 9.00 a.m. ..| Saturday. 1 Wardrobes, Bedsteads, Spring and
WOMAN Refined: desires position | ‘The desirable Bungalow called “CHAR U.S.A. os ** 45 a.m. ., | Monday. ; other Beds, Washstands, Cradles,
‘king care of an invalid % oF aged 'OTTE VILLE", situate in Bridge Gap | Europe a «| 11.45 a.m...] Monday 2.00 p.m. .. | ‘Wednesday PLASTIC RAINCOATS with Hoods .,./..,... at $2.10 & $4.03 (a bargain) Daring and Kivhen Tables, China,
or helpless pe 7 , rn a ‘ * o ' Bedroom fh
Fidos Advocate Alsi. | chande. cobelieain Tae eee hs {} 11.45 a.m... | Thursday, 9. a.m, .. | Saturday. PLASTIC BAGS in latest styles Bisck, Brown, White etc. from $3.95 to $4.95 Sideboards. Pieawine Hoos benrie
Ur ted Light W mroperty of the late Miss Charlot: | |] 9-00 a.m. .. | Saturday. Venezuela 2.00 p.n Tuesday PLASTIC CHILDREN’S BAGS $1.92 each ia While, Black and Red Easy ‘and Upright Chairs’ trams:
Gas! os *2 - or ¥ ’ easy 3 irs, ams.
r. Chairs 1¢ Bungalow ns 1 large + ; h Guian: 11.45 ; ; 9.00 a.t 5 ay. Framophon:
No dealers Fiona S08 one F edecaran eine 1 large pur’ | French Guiana ol : > Monday. ro Saturday CHILDREN’S CLARKE SHOES in White, Brown from 314 to 74% ont wane oer eee ee
romain We 3 3 m= | eee oath: Srcteakicat Ween oan : ‘ CHILDRED'S ANKLETS in White, Brown & Pink sizes 5—8 360., 400 z
ante to uy ro: inspection apply to Mr. O'D . : IS & WILSON
steen aeath eereial de Ores hertlaie tai aaa C Registered Mail closes an hour before ordinary mail. L
Me tS Win, tans weet, | GR ee | Previous sched'es should be cancel led. ‘trafaigar Street, Dial 4069.
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bados Inter-School Athletic Sports at Kensir
afternoon.
P. H, Haynes (Class I) Harris:
Ludorum with 27 points, having carried off
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was ‘ Com pere | i ers of the Pickwick
i8 | Cricket Chub for the use of their
the Allewne | froun which were in splendic
i nd we ot like wha
Inter-School Cuj os ¥ used to be n he used
mh was competed for between! run years a
ige. Party ari the Alley Mrs. Savage then presented th
Schools, was won by Coleridge}Cups and Pr Three cheer
wi 1@ points e then git for the Governc
ond Mrs. Savage and the gather-
At the coficlusion of the events| ing separated
Mrs. A. W. L. Savage, “ife of thx i
Govérnor presented the Cups an Following are the events:—
Prizes.
rr whi} 1 LONG JUMP—Ciass 11. Record
Ideal weather prevaile i Werke 00s Ok, 0 Oe toe
throughout the entire aftern D. Dougies (Li: Sind C. Archer LC
3rd C. Springer (A Distance 15 ft €

ani e light breeze was blow
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nes Victor Ludorum
At Inter-School Sports

HARRISON COLLEGE with 118 points, won the Bar-

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the Advocate’s cameraman eaught this group:—Left to right — Everton

Goddard, Jack Kidney, Roy Marshall, Rev. Palmer-Barnes, Gerry

Cricketers

Golfito for their |
John Goddard, West Indies cap-|

rather cooling effect F.C. Ramsay (C) 1938, ¢ ft. 7 ins.—Lst
The Kensington Stand wa: | (oh. 'SH Cy Hemnt ait Tint ieqiek
cked i ost with spec-| ied ay A oi
mg anaes aa Oates a ; YARDS—Class 1 Record -—L On board the “Golfito
a ie Ree Coreen Tt w i) 10H, 10 1710 soce—I8l Weekes Jeffrey Stollmeyer, John
ee ee cae Sapna eas ve ie meen Gomez, Clyde Walcott and “Boogles” Williams
cho lidren.j ‘#.C 3rd Inniss (1 Time 10% secs c y ;
ls ier ee Gs ae 4 toe YARDS—Ciass Il Reennd :—J
the spectators most was the higt Srercton 1c Toad Redes a fra Har:
jump, Division 2, when E. V) ‘qn ec ede ran aE,” Meeuba ta: ar a Os
Yearwood of Colerig¢gze School! ,°; "Evelyn iH 1935, C. B. Forde iC
demonstrated the “Western Roll | ar Ae Dougall kb one Aner ‘
With that style of ju &, Year-| “Gs YARDS Class IV. Record 20
wood’s body was parallel to the|/M. Browne (H) 1 a, 9 9/10 secs. ist om eam or ng an
bar when going over. He brought! Niles (C); 2 Se ee ee 4
nly first for his school, scal-| “7 "se yarps—c 1. Record :—L.
ae in ws ee ine ri aa sen a Hae Players Given Hearty Send O
bands c ind Haynes rd
Inniss (1 Time secs
Equals Record 1 © ie ZARDS Clase Ih Record :—t. BARBADIANS packed the Baggage Warehouse yester-|
R. Forde (Class IV) of Comm! navnds (90); 208 Hota eT: on day morning and many more sport fans lined the wharf |
bermere equalled the record ~~ CLC) Tite 53 8 site. ora.~| When the Barbados members of the 1950 West Indies team |
ee Se fee ot rt oi eas ee a ee eS boarded the launch to take them to the S.S.
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FP. C. Ramsay also of Comber-} ua, ic. Dougall (L); 3rd Archer ber England
mere in 1938 i ime 23 secs voyage to England.
< VARDS—Class IV Record -— § — aos

Although there were no records
broken, yet the events w
ly contested and fine Ar
witnessed. }

Both sprint events of Class i
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rison College, with Austin Hus-} odes. tna ermere: 3rd Poundation 7 ;
bands his team mate running a] ; moe JUMP—Class I. Record e e a 3-0
close second tt Morrison (H.C): Sed written, mee |
The 440 (Class I) was thrill-| r¢ Barrow (1). Height 5 ft. 8% ins DURING a fast game in which |
ing. Tom Clarke of Harrison) ,'*, MGR JUMP—Class I $2" 7 | Everton showed themselves mas-
College started a gruelling pace| isi years Cl.): 2nd Jordan (Lj; 3rd] ters of their Y.M.P.C. opponents
from the gun, and increased hi:| “ile gp TE BE, 1% ins from start to finish, they gained!
lead. to win comfortably from R | L. Crichlow #1 190k Bee coe To a 3—0 win when the two teams
Rock also of the College. A. A. (H.C); 2nd Rock (HC); Hinds played their Second Division
Mibwdn cominetitors entered ite! © Time $2} secs._ ait Meant football match at the Park yes- |
880 yards. Clar} H. ¢ ok the} 43, 55 3/10 secs. ist | terday evening. All three goals |
lead early and held it for about] % iL): and Ha H.C); 3rd] Were scored in the first half and |
. J { Eve H.C Mi sex | within 15 minutes of half time, |
500 yards. Glasgow LONG 31 MP Record :—/ Murray Bishop and White claim-
HA Ba Srd Hu ing one each
wert eee age Ee Play was concentrated chiefly
i Wiceeas ie A ast the Y.M.P.C.’s area with
{ Sed Year j occasional spurts by their for-
ae ... = ® is w ard line in atterapts to score
1 + ist Thorne | = n displayei good combin-
Bre 3rd Wat a. | ing and their neat way of making
1 7% wo - | long passes kept them in Pos -
oP eee age seu | Session of the ball for lengthy
4 Ate érd
first goal came to
CHAMPION SCHOOLS. jo50 af a careful forward movement
‘ ? A 1 was climaxed by a power-
r Y ; +> ki i long range shot by
inter-S eti Murray.
is r ail The ne goal followed within
; CHAMPIONS | five minutes. Y.M.P.C. had been
; feet Re (Lodge) with 1 ; awarded a corner kick and when}
Sy ‘ ; Dougall (Lodges with 13 | the Everton full back cleared, ;
AS us ba Had | Class FV Webster (H.C) with | their forwards hurried down and!
a fine port, a am) RESULTS OF 1950 MEETING |had no difficulty in netting their |
Some ¢ t we - Pat Hayne second through Bishop on the
keenly conte : 1 right wing. About three minutes |
year. 4 | before half time, White, the/
He also thanked O. H.} 19% | Everton centre forward took a/
Johns Mr. R Mr . well-pudged try from right
E Jones for g nted | within the area to beat Archer
in bars
During the second half, play

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Left to right
Gerry Gomez, four
for a chat with O. S. Coppin, Advocate’s Sports Editor
the Baggage Warehouse

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Prior Jones, Lance Pierre, Jefirey

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of Trinidad’s representatives on W.I. team sto}

took the form of what is usually
seen before a match begins,

jt 1 practising their goal keeper
‘Everton made continual attacks

at Y.M.P.C.'s nets, but the|
energetic full backs Sayers and

the unflagging activity of Archer

! bars, negatived all their

effort

teams were

Evertor Bowen Culpepper,
Hall, Seale, Archer, Scott, Mur-
ray, Olton, Eddy, Bishop and
White

Y.M.P.C.:—= Arche Sayers
Dash; Marshall; Austin; Skinner
Bourne; Hasell; Drayton; Edghil

and Greenidge

The Weather
TO-DAY

Sun Rises: 5.58 a.m.
Sun Sets: 6. 10 p.m.
Moon (Full) April 2
Lighting : 6.3@ p.m.
High Water: 2.43 am., 2.52
p.m.
YESTERDAY
Balaton (Codrington) .15
ns,

Total for Month to Yester-
day 2.10 ins.

Temperature (Max.) 83.5° F.

Temperature (Min.) 70.5° F.

Wind Direction (9 a.m.) N.
E. (3 p.m.) E. by N.

Wind Velocity 13 miles per

| hour

Barometer (9 a.m.) 20.99%

(3 p.m.) 29.889.





Stollmeyer and

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CALIROMAIA WALNUT GROWERS’ ASSN, |
“ES East B

tain, Everton Weekes, Clyde Wal-
cott, Roy Marshall and C. ‘Boogles’
Williams, the Barbados selectees
embarked here yesterday morning. |

Mr. F. A. C. Clairmonte, Senior!
Vice-President of the Barbados}
Cricket Association and a West!
Indies Test Selector was a passen- |
ger for England as well. He will!
spend his long leave. there and}
witness the tour. |

Trestrail the Trinidad mem-

bers of the team and Robert

Christiani, British Guiana’s

lone representative.

The ship arrived at about 7 a.m
and the Barbados personnel were
embarked shortly after 9 a.m. The
Trinidad and British Guiana play-
rs still had time to make a quick
p ashore and renew acquaint-
ymces or make sorne snap pur-
chases in the city.

Everyone was shaking hands or
wishing some member of the team






good luck but eneral trend of
comment was this was the
best West Indian team by all
round standards ever to leave
these shores

One particular enthusiast after
carefully inspecting a large kennel
that was to be shipped shouted
“Skipper Goddard yuh carrying da
big case to hold the runs we gine
mek?”

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only a few hours and left for Eng-
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Snturduv April 1 Hill. I&u0cate Price; FIVE CEA'TS Yeiir 55. EMPIRE ASSEMBLY PROPOSED BY MP STABBER GUILTY OF MANSLAUGHTER f Sentence Postponed AN ASSIZE JURY after forty, live minutes deliberation ymtordmj, found Ufnd Pracod of Christ Church guilty of manslaughter. •KT in • ii s A1Lin De tp oned Yip\ rritwifilv ^T ** i^UUl T make inquiries about tl D t # Kter of if" deceased iscussions tl tFrom Our Own CorrcapondcnU LONDON, Ml I'M." iictween :. i gut inn Irom the Bermuda] I of Assam I d Admiralty ire ex petted to continui the middk" of next week. Bermudan delegates arc, planning to mum home about V or Thursday and tin Admiralty %  ; .ted t<, be puhlisled some time aftci pa-lure. Mr. Nichols Dill, leader of the delegation lold me this afternoon he was still hopeful that th< dockyard would not be closed "W> have hail verj elusions," he said. "The Admiralty have been perfectly fr.rnk about the wholi neei and tc have discussed every .ispect of he There u still room for hope." Mr. Dill and his eolleattues aro in thf Admiralty That it economy cuts "have to be made dockyard operations should lw reduced ha* not shut clown entin —.By Cable). Garvey Lays The CornerStone ) METHODIST CHURCH i ZE. Bt Horn ... IOI Ronald Gai. %  ne new bodUt (hurch which I old otu• %  %  i sciieduleo to stoni if her month not l)*u cancelled (B) ( able) Justice Malone Retires A*,. ,i, Oo rr i an*y t l GRUNADA. March. 31. Cleinnit Malotv of tie W %  the afld i years ol %  p)fcs4ioi*,ana almost seven at m* %  lied by menU-i %  till nwning. too wa; ntre of his %  %  I . Mosely was wounded during the tight. i once was Mr, D. H, L. Waid, while the proMcutlng Counsel was the Solicitor General, Mr. w. W Raaca K.c. %  A Bgsjdsjnl As hearing resumed It said he is i of Lodge Road, and told the Court that on October 31. Ifl4B. ittle way from the road' Me had heard Darnley Phillips shout, and hi went to the .• %  wards his mother's ho came out and aav I In the road. He tried Mnsely who had a stab in .he fore head, but did %  After Theatre %  %  %  ;ii Dernla) Phillips i %  them if tin i coma up if them A. k's shop the %  %  Ha mat ., [ i. a> on parr .' Would Discuss Dollar Paris Protest Publication Of Memoirs 0/ Mussolini's Rescuer Sa rings ih 31. Secret Caches Found In Italy ROM. 1 umt Italy One Held 389 rs> 121 mortar %  oats, 1,101 detona%  I liJKJCl POUWU .1 live muio transmitter*, don ot St. I.u.-m. —By l iMl rockau. — Kt-liter. Doubloons, Ducats, Gems In Sunken Galleon Z;S0m Tteasure Found By Roy I \avy E. V YEAUWOOl) > Huh Jump cvrni .1 Avc feet, whKh mi held ,ii Kmilnftoii O Four Points To Avert War LISBON. March 31. Ways to stop war—fi %  %  linsd by Admiral Forrest Slieriran. American Chlei Ofarations, at i rifiban miral, who is tourins! Atlantic I'nct COUntrtC % igbt ihere wtuld be .mother war a I nntt five years. "I cannot anawai cUegorieally.' he said. 'But 1 can say the baa) war is to dlaeo a do tl (1) The Unin %  economy to keep up the i %  her to win two world wars! (2) The United States musti maintain strength. (3) "In the Un I think this holds Rood for %  imuin of internal M, "We must have Atlantic %  atmn, onikicru'' and assistance. Admiral Sherman CO) points can ba In ao I i of usv H %  I plan could be put Into effect, ha replied "1 certainly do". t;-iiii i >f Coleridge School demonstrating the "Western Roll" to v. in the OOC and three quarter inches at the Barbados Inter-School Sports < iday. Soviets Exploiting Oil Resources In Sinkiang Acheson Tells Press WASHINGTON, March 3i. United States Secretary of Slate Dean Acheson accused iviel L'num to-day ol resuming the detach men I ot Sinkiani! Province from China "on a grand scale" Win-son was referring at his weekly Press Conference in announcements from Moscow and Peking ol a Stno-Soviet agreement on Sinnkianv;. lie daaenbad the tarnu of ihe %  graaraanu on Staid %  as an imneJrnu Sovereignty of China. Acheson recalled how several PAID ., %  %  g were made w hen a crowd <•( aaveral hum %  in the a police triad %  red in front !' %  ' %  announceo pufaliafa '.he memoirs of Otl %  nmmaniii rnuui para' 1 %  ' I Fascism and Italy's surrender to The demons! i. %  fused strn. %  did not appear to be organised The denan nor chanted slogans itlng "eeatapo' Mar Insults a) i:. liter. SPORTS WINDOW I OOTIMLI. k -ml Cntpirc ntrri 'nim Ki*UHIgii ir. FUtun BaVi IX ri lull .Hid 111ipit* M>f UUt % %  *><> airtl 11 Kill h* irilt• %  (I1K Ui -r* wmch M IIMM leaaM will u* the* rtm io drop %  %  '• %  S*I\M ComprINM. %  Ot" IIMMV AT I HI V M • \ Thtt'r HIII be a Bo-. Com. PUllon m table ifnin, at lb K. tonicM -ijoitnu .1 %  PltrtMra Oill' MnarU| vt JMAM Si I'nrh • n CrthPdrjl .Modem n tliiia St. v lli,Mi-r.i, CollrSC. limn, nit IIIVI-ION fl M DATC rtMK Fttrtn-M Mj T.M.O A I April '.(. Evrrton ^'i. ui line h vi. CscHoa Apnl April LONDON. Uritninwas thrilled to-day by I Navy divert had discovered a sunken Spanish galleon reported to hold a fabulous hoard d ^ ducal*. p£os of ei R ht, old plate, and ftmi wmth ra digging^ thj sand unc I k the belief \\ ouit'ii Invude IHnrch I %  laati liorna ibos menis we san untaln viiagxi 0 clear !uu women from Uit cal Ing red f4g>. th> the Chu-ch threw out the prints who argued with ,; olT The rest of th* pop. usann pkaanl own lans, stood by and watched. rj iHe was un ol el i I thai %  Ifeat tier i .\fruan oak are still hard as Iron The traaeu ta captain's —RfUlrr Fin' Breaks Oul In BflvrdtTf Palact* paign b^ nee In Vi cf big eaUtes an % %  21 Prince Charlts Signs Military Aid Kgreement Regent, -'l.-I' : Austrian Haroque Plane Runs Oul Of Fuel: Makes Forced Landing BAGHDAD, March 31. A Viking of Misr (Egyptian) An Lines, i.vi-rdue on a flight from Cairo to Teheran, made a forced landing near Lake Van, 80 l rom the Iraqi frontlet It ran out Of fuel. This news was given here today by the manager of tot alr%  and Iraqi planes had scoured the of the Wadi Khanazier— "valley ot | lam Iraq. was earlier fearj 1 10 have clashed. Latest reports said Turkish aui.td bupplied the plane with petrol and It was continuing the flight to Teheran. It was said to carry a crew of five but no passengers as reported earlier. —Brute r. Srrrtse Wt'lcoint'd In Gabcronett (JABEItONKS. Man •ung banned Bsmangwal.i king his ala dash from London bock to Becbu^ analand. His plane passed near Mahalapy* to the north where his fB Ruth, who ing a baby in July, is I .. to be drive the last pai I I Bechuanaland but %  roar of f*fJ %  arrival — eutec. Giuliano's DM tor Arresttnt pALmM "lOll i M !" *ut i (I JO p ro. ra %  • Abb*y April Tu*> iii ai T 3d p m IUt.w v. V U.C A. I April • % I .11 S p m fortrpu v. Vfoldrof April W*a p m Calhfdr*! % V M C A. April n strt % %  a p m V M G A I v. Hroohly, Apn' April m\.m lr> M f p m V \1 p C vi Waldorf April Triur* mti %  Clu-lton tf| lUrrru, Apri'. Thur> BvtrXon | ri AbMy Ma*..^. >i .1 %  KVrrtoii 1 ,* CpUimrol April Hal tth %  ( n in p m Shamrock v V \I P O April lit *n n| B.30 pin. V W r A. I v. Fortriw. April apl sin M 7.So pm WohSrol v Rxuohlvn A ; MH ai 6.00 \i in v\ ANN.UI i i.i it mom Vralordaj'i B.„i:~ I MillIM,U IINAI MrD Wood hMl Mr A A. HK\-H >lM.I 1 Dr m*ae i,i n r 11 i'i 1 "I IIM 1. not ai.is Mr at Mr. r D BUPM baai i a L*s .nd A. M. WiUon TU-DAVH Mill His M. Daakl** H S*i.rW i C R. Packer .. Dr C G Minn m >M t P Ta.1 .til.. Ilanbl.1 Floal M UN r. n H R Boncroll Si MlM, %  wmt weeks ago he had emphasised Soviet moves against China border as "one of the most sigmhcant developments in Asia today." Acheson said 'When the text if the Smo-Snviet agreements concluded in Moscow wenannounced, I pointed out .mportai.t thing was not the proihen: but uUi lulluw. rhi ieeent ansouncati %  Soviet Press of the ^rttina up ol joint companies to exploit the oil and mineral resource* of Sinkiang Province Rives further point to what I said. "We now see the ap] sumption on a grand scale of the process of detachment ol Province, a process begun earl ago. and tnierrupted only briefly during the most desperate period rif the List ,\.n The Ntt < ltii;ate what common ground exists lor acceptance of ihe ide:i ol ivralini; an lanpm\ssemlilv and lu consider to uhm eslent lanptre i ountries at preseni bolag mi ported here* from can supply goods dollar source*.". i louse his evening there was a fair amount of support fOi 'his pro, %  the nd in EmHii Bnpire •ild be model!', tin Strasbourg Assembly of %  Membe s>polntad i v and onf it appro* ;.' t'2.450.000 fei Pour 1 \i %  1 %  10 86 tin b) the Lowei I. %  as Ireland lemam %  Slid have cut %  % %  .., %  %  i %  JW KO to %  %  —KCMlT Mother's "Orders" PARIS liapers u %  gren Iron nls followli i the Andlns l*mg Io..: %  •lying en nay. he • M >ld me to I %  Us ol the MURDERCASE MONDAY rase on thl %  %  %  Monaco. %  %  tan, an Eeypntnrial told —Revter. Rio Mvtory /.-* Mow ToKont inform Mairh 31, viao. Yugoslav nformatlon, told a %  the On' day'* 0 'is **s "one Kcenlnform had suffered since tts*q Kan their rampaittn aaainsi MarThe people had fi that pol all who %  %  net her bBH< genda m aimed ... %  % %  —Reuter. GEORGETO Trinidad won the fifth and iflnal test In the Intercolonial 'Series at the G.F.C. ground today I beating B.G. I—1 I B.C., scored first two minutes (r<>m the start when Tl • %  scored off a free kicx bj (two yard* iutside eSou2a. -j Cable A "Serious Situation" \:-MAHA, March 31. | The linn ti Chief Admimstra; %  in leading are Ihwe A notla language newspain i J Dfi Chief admi iiatratoi the ten would b mediatel> to the towwnship it it w a rned ihal eolli i where panl darly aravc cases of disorders oc< urred and promiscn generous re irds for those wno collaborated kg %  T he Iti..i..ii Repn i ommitti' 'itht cabled laapati. the lUliai Pi "serious sitm:iik for %  United Nations decision on tno %  .,, %  ,. bar. 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