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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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247,000 tons came to the United|of our friends in Jamaica to com@

Kingdom. The total exports for|and talk with us if they wished,

1949 were 690,000 tons of which | but it would really be wrong to}

363,000 tons came to the United | su pend the negotiations for the

Kingdom. | purposes of that delegation, other-

Mr. Oliver Stanley: Whatever | Wise we shall prejudice the bal-

the final decision of the Govern-|ance with other Commonwealth

ment may be on this subject would | countries and the rights of these

it not have been wiser and more|countries to argue their case.

courteous, in view of the very re-|That was the difficulty we were

presentative character of the dele-|in. On the other hand, en we

gation who wished to come here, | finally had to consider whether if

to have allowed them to come and | they ent representative el

discuss it rather than to have said | Should talk to ther ot, we felt

“you can ohly come on the con-!we had to say to ! hat W

dition that the Government’s mind | could not hold out hope that thes

is already made up,” and is not{weuld get additional order |

the natural feeling which they | Mr. Stanley I t not fact |

would have about that likely to be/there is a ver onsiderable poo! |

increased by the statement which|not allocated to Commonwealth |

the honourable gentleman has just | countries that could be allocated |

made about British Honduras,j without interfering with any-)

which appears to show that hens |ene's hare? Can the Right Hon

i me pool of non-commonwealth |ourable Gentle ure h

tsugar from which additional allo-|House that there is no secret i

cations ean still be made |dertaking given to Cuba as to the

Mr. Evans: If the Suggestion of |amount of sugar we are to, pul

the Right Honourable gentleman|chase from her, which the }

is that the West Indies ate now jreason that prevents an extra al-| Ws EXCELLENCY leaving the

faced with a fait aceompli that |location within the Common- islature. Preceding him is Mr

would be quite wrong. There have | wealth? 4 ee a 5 :

Pegbeen prolonged negotiations on! Mr. Morrison. I do not know seen Mr. P. F.

this matter. Of course other Com- ;onything about a secret under- | ”
‘monwealth sugar producers are taking to Cuba. There is a mar-| |
concerned to the extent of very gin, it is true, but it quite B d. i
large tonnages. For example, {limited margin. J venture to say ermu a

eee

. in order that we can check up on| â„¢ 7
cessions are made to the West] bulk purchase agreemen I N f Wi ki
Indies, these other Commonwealth would remind the members oppo- | - CX ee
’ exporters will demand considera-| site that at the election they de-|
tion on the same scale and there- nouneed the whole of this bul Fi Our Own. Corresponder
Oa purchasing business bui that they}... LONDON, Aji
Mr. De La Bere: Why not take! aye now complaining that there iz} The Admiralty decision re-
Pll the sugar? not enough of it. ; Sarding the future of the naval

Mr. Evans: . we feel that Mr. Michael Foot. D rH | ockyard in Bermuda expected
on the whole this is a very fair Honourable friend thi i | to be made public next Tuc
agreement and that it is as far as somewhat unfair to compare the]or Wednesday.

We can go, sition « > West oday A four-man delegation fro:

Mr. Oliver Stanley: If the Hon- Aer tog ae § lias | Bermuda: House of Aus om
Qurable Gentleman has found it with the pre-war po incé} have been asking the Admiralts
possible to make an extra alloca- Ynder the. pre«w: position the] to reconsider the original decisio:

iE tion of sugar in the case of British West Indies ‘were: sufferi rom|to close the aan Ba hone “amie
Honduras, presumably . without sin peoen ai pression Gi RAE Sikes tain ster N ers , ; a
having any ill effect on the other theratake thé “eombatiton tren oe lapis Me ie Ba : I
1 Colonies, why is it not possibile to Mente NOREGEe WidW. f#!ho fair ee
have an adequate allocation for ; bee Se aha wee Phi uiternoon they di (
1 tail one, although it may be fi rom | , chica a4 od
the British West Indies? the point. of view of Dominions|‘@&, matter at the Colonial Office
as Mr. Evans: This, of course, does a a) : “Australia? In the second | “i! Sir George Seel, recently ap
Baise very large issues, As the Rt. |°UC" if we are to doubt the wis-| Pointed Comptroller of Develop
| Hon. Gentleman will understand, | (7 ; thie Mota cd eject} ment for the We Indies
Britain cannot pay a high price ate Si ht the West. Indie Afterwards Mr. Dill ider of
consumer and a low cost producer, | PPOPOSsals\ mac 11 a Honourable| the delegation told me The
Therefore this question has to be ore bh Pa aly he Colonial Office have been m¢
viewed in relation to our need to | friend Ve a SANS rae, eee aia) tel tin throughout the visit
ceorur ag) at ive |Sugar production in the We ve :
be able to export at competitive : (On Page 3) We have had eévery chance ti
prices. There has been a good deal m | argue our case and we urt it
of research and development in hopeful the result.”
the field of sugar production over : : ;
the last few years and we, it is ’ I ei eas “kk —By Cable
true, keep a reserve pool, so to D.G. wacort sisi
Speak, to the end that our —— a ts a i vA
may be induced to make use of a “FE ‘ LArc
; that wealth of research and know- Retiring ying saucers
© ledge that the march of science | I
has made available. In_ other TRIBUTE was paid in the Legis-| \ ay Be Jet Planes
words, if we are to take the sur- lative Council yesterday to the] 7 ee
plus it must bear some relation | president, Hon'ble D. G.. Leacock: NEW YORK, April 4
e to world prices. who is expected:to retire, Mar o-called “flying saucers
fi Mr. Driberg: Will my Hon friend The. disclosure. was. made. that|™ be American—controlled ex
bear in mind that the resettle- Mr. Leacock might not return to] Perimental jet planes. accordin
ment of British Honduras envi- | the Council. when the Legislature| to the American Radio Comme
saged by the Evans Commission is} \. hich prorogiied yesterday, re-|tator Hénry Taylor
of only a relatively small number sumes on April 25. One experimental 1 plane
* of people from the islands over a|° Hon J. D. Chandler said: “Sir,| known the X354, hz rough!
p period of 10 years? Will he als0 | pefore the motion for the adjourn-] circular outlin¢ ok ke
F bear in mind that although it may Sant tk HAM Local ae te adel pancake” ay redibl
f hot be desirable ultimately that a dress a few remarks not merely] speed, hi :
country like Jamaica should be to the Chair but to you personally.| nig! —Reuter
i based on a one ¢ rop economy, none I am led to understand that you |
) the less it is a fact that Jamaica will be retiring at the expiration
' is much more exelusively depend- | of the. present Fleas To Be
' ent on sugar exports than a great ae p24 ‘and
» dominion such as Australia. therefore this! N . ..

Mr. Evans: I beg to assure my Ode sion is «the { ationalised
Hon. friend that we accept that ian time thet
and that it has been taken fully) oo ini HAVE | VIENNA,
into consideration in arriving at} the pl eceiee _ A flea circus, whose owner
this figure, : land the honour is reputed to make 1,200

Sir Peter MacDonald. Why is it of seeing you crowns (£8) an hour, is con-

Bethat we should still be tied to presiding over tained in the list of circuses

Cuba as a source of supply for our delibera- and travelling shows to be

"sugar when our own Colonies are Hons in the nationalised by the Czech

» restricted in their production and Chait | state, The owner has the

ms devaluation of the pound sterling , You have choles between accepting an

= has imposed very great hardship served the is- £8 a week Salary as a flea

on some of our West Indian coun- land in many ae or being put to work

ob ptries owing to the fact that they | capacities but I Hon. D! G. Leacock in the mines,

» have to deal with dollar areas | do not propose , President of the aii a2 a

® Will he allow these facts to be|to dwell on this ee toe a

|) taken into consideration and ask|] would like to say briefly, how- | Army Pos Ss Letters

m the delegation to come to this] ever, something about your record ¥

| country and eonsider the whol@| as a legislator in Barbados The strike in Martinique <1
problem concerning the West Many years ago when I was , | Guadeloupe hich tarted 6t

pa Indies ? member of the Other Place, you| March show 10 ise ‘

Mr. Evans. We should be very | served a comparatively short’ term } 5ettlem¢ It 1 the

fy happy indeed to take very much} there ag a member, For the past! all Government Dey ‘

> more sugar than we are at present fourteen and a half years you have | b
getting from Commonwealth sup-| served a a member Hor \
pliers, and I do not want to appear | ourable C incil and for the pas
discourteous to our West -Indian | three years as our President } rhe
friends. If they feel in the light of During that time have not wer ' a
all that has been said that they spared yourself or yo 1ealth and | iqu
still want to come, then if they! you; indoubted ability has at alll Barb
come we shall be happy to re-! times beer ¢ "
ceive them, But I hope they will! aynment he :
not come at any rate until the I think we @ all glad that! mail
end of April there

Mr. Eden, May I ask either the! Chamber. I
Leader of the House or Prime@ | on an é a ical

inister, as I no 1k ble

feel ver pI U.K. RESERVES UP $296m
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Wednesday
3

April
19508.



Stanley, Driberg, Foot, »
MacDonald, Gammans.
Eden Barrage Evans

—ON SUGAR |

A SPATE OF SUPPLEMENTARY QUESTIONS followed |
Mr. Evans’s statement on Commonwealth sugar in the
House of Commons on Monday.

Mr. McLeavy said: While thank-) Valuation, the Government will
ing my honourable friend for this|not reconsider this question, in=}
very important statement may I|vite them to come and reserve a}
ask how the figures of 640,000 tons | final decision until after the dis-
and 900,000 tons to which he re-|cussions have taken place with
ferred compare with the pre-war!the West Indian representatives?



and present exports from the Mr. Morrison. This matter was
West Indies to the United King- | very carefully considered. We had
dom and what are the total ex-|to make a balance between the}

ports from the West Indies?
Mr. Evans: The total exports be-
fore the war were 549,000 of which

various Commonwealth countries
with the greatest care. Obviously
we did not wish to deny the right











Australia 600,000 tons, South Afri-
ca 200,000 tons, Mauritius 475,000
tons, Fiji 150,000 tons. If this ton-
nage is not agreed and if the con-

that it is desirable in the interests
of the consumer that there shall
be some free play in the markets |

Decision

































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|

Legislative

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Headley,

Council

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Sergeant-at-Arms

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esterday after proroguing the Leg-
with the Mace. Behind can be

Campbell, Acting Colonial Secretary, and the Lord Bishop.

Governor Prorogues
Legislature

IN A BRIEF AND SIMPLE CEREMONY

His Excel

lency the Governor prorogued the Legislature for three
weeks yesterday, There were only about half a dozen visit-
n the Council Chamber-wheh the Governor ascended

‘he dais from which he read his prorogation speech.
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SOLD OUT
ALREADY

WORCESTER, April 4

Worcestershire Connie fy ‘ket
Club h; Inne

has been a complete sell-out
reserved eating accommodation
for the opening day of the match
against the West Indies here
tarting on May 6,

In addition most of the seating
stand

pneing

temporary

erected

has

been



A New Atom

Establishment
LONDON, April 4








which ig
sold

—Reuter.
.

It was. officially announced to
Gay that Britain is to build a new
atomic energy establishment.

The Ministry of Supply said
that it would be constructed at
Aldermaston in Berkshire.

1 site was a bomber airfield
{Guring the war, Construction
work will take several years and
i Substantial labour force will be

ed, the announcement. said,

—Reuter



3oth Houses of the Legislature

met an hour before the time
scheduled for prorogavion and
dealt with business on their re-
| spective Order Papers,

The Governor entered the Cham-
| ber at 3.15 p.m. preceded by Mr.
T. T. Headley, Sargeant-at-arms
in ceremonial dress and carrying
the mace. As he announced “His
Excellency the Governor,” mem
bers of the Council and oc« upants
of the spectators’ chairs stood

their places. Behind the Governor |

| were His Lordship the Bishop, the

Acting Colonial Secretary, th¢
| Attorney General and Hon’ble
|D. G. Leacock, President of the
| Council.

| Members of the House of As-
| sembly were summoned by the
| Sargeant-at-Arms, and the Gov-

} ernor read his prorogation speech
Text of the speech follows

Mr. President and Honourable

Members of the Legislative
| Council

Mr. Speaker and Members of

the House of Assembly

As it is approximately sixteen
{months since the opening of the
| present Legislature and as Easter
iS approaching, it is appropriate
j that the Legislature should now
be prorogued

I do not propose to make a long

speech onsthis occasion and I shall

defer what I have to say until the
Legislature reassentbles But I
do thank you for the careful at-
tention which you have given to
the many and varied matters of
importance which you have con-

sidered during the session
»

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ATOM CHILDREN

OTTAWA, April 4,

A leading Canadian atomic
scientist predicted here to~day
that the children of to-day would
have to be involved in an atom
war,

Dr. L. Cook, Chief Chemist on
the Canadian Atomic Project, told
the Rotary Club that secrecy
about atomic development w
harmful .—Reuter.



Kremlin Seeks To Widen
The East-West Gap
Allies Will Not Leave Berlin

I

IE

United States High Commissioner for
John J. MeCloy, tonig

LONDON, April 4.

Germany,

ht accused the Kremlin of seeking to

iden the East-West gap in Germany with Nazi tactics.

But he gave this pledge
icceed in taking over the City of Berlin.

ie

nea

British,

the French and the

“The Communists: will not
We shall stay in
Americans

ire

fully

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éetwee he
McCloy said
‘ icd we
he four allies





ould together ne aling
dee; ounds of tyranny and
k Ra We
¢ 3 jet
Ci ntl the
f the West A Lie
Reuter

Aduncate

|

If Belgian Government
Get Vote of Confidence
. BRUSSELS, April 4.
e e | BELGIUM's Roman Catholies have “completed” plans
Russia Builds to end five years of exile for King Leopold by return-
ing him to the throne before the end of this month,
Largest A party spokesman announced to-day that Catholic
| Deputy Auguste De Schryver, former Chairman of his
Air Foree party, indicated that the Houses of Parliament will meet
- ° / separately next week to vote confidence in the New Gov-
ernment,
Pearl Harbour Day? ee + De Sehryver added that during
, the gg week, the en
/ASHINGTON, April « wou meet in joint session to
Car] Gein Cn the Royal Carpet vote the end of the Regency.
House of Representatives Armed NEW YORK. The Catholics made this promise
Services Committee, urged Con- During its first week on a few hours after Liberal leader
1 today to vote an additional Amtican soil, Queen Mary's Albert Deveze gave up a week's
89,211, for more war pianes rug has already earned £370 efforts to find a-compromise” in
gainst the threat of an “atomic worth of dollars, In spite of the “Royal Question”, which has
blitz bac weather 30,000 people split the nation in half.
He id the Administraiion’s went to look at it. Of them Deveze had tried to solve the
13,91 million Militar, Pro- 4,009 bought picture post- three weeks Government crisis
mme will. “wither. American caids, 700 bought brochures over the King’s return to the
is power,” | and 575 bought 7/6 souvenir Throne by a compromise, under
Vinson told the House of Rep- booklets which Leopold would abdicate
re atives that the President's after a time in favour of his 19-
Budget or the Fiscal Yeat —— jyear-old son, Prince Badouin.
beginning in July does not . Gasvon eee Catholic .
re adequate defence at time re . mier of Belgium’s outgoing Coali-
vhet the oe blitz of Eva Peron Is tion Government, was dalled in
row is real—a genuine poss | Goan ee eg Lm aon eee wha
ta iniversall nown today y harles, for consultations to-nigh
si tussit natin dine the jarges Godmother After conferring with the
irfo: ce the world,” he added Regent, Eyskens went to see Pro-
What are they buildings t for B [~> r fessor Jacques Pirene, King
hey are bui if e when y _ rOXY Leopold's Secretary in Brussels
ever their carefully imed Pear Asked whether Eyskens has
Hart Day come rou To Luxury Liner been called upon to form a new
Pate government, or was at least en-
~ LUNDON, April 4 trusted with ission of in-
oo | mer Eva Pero: vite formation” {to that effect, Eyskens
Sentenc ( Argent President il chief of cabinet replied. “Eyskens
N a) « Godmot prox was called in by the regent solely
I or Killing pane argo. line) for consultation and nothing else,”
© taunched at the Vickers Art Addressing Press Conference
> zt e trong Barrow j Furne to-night, Albert Deveze said: “The
e) Children aay ervice ndey Sincere desire for a national un-
Arger n Fl derstandi which | felt is in the
VIISSISSIPPI \pril 4 She leputed Senora Espena |heart a i those l cohsulted was
4 court here has sentenced t ere 1 ee ay Argentit met ely Pu ROE nas
| Daina es beer Londo Embassy, ) name the firon 4} discipline, whict
last of three white men charge 7 L500: tn, vebnel posed oke and pardlysea
with the murder of three negr Ox ; sai aieag o ‘ effort
childre a crime which horrifiex : He ed But Aw The
ie | : Phy Hildren. Rul ty yea age ‘ ’ , ;
Nell ea Tagen sister WOR ent trike in supp¢ Par aan rg nee
Mary Burnside 8, and he of Colone Juan Pert hom poor Me SCVeRUre Live walien: The
} ? eount eing led
brothe: Frankie Thurmon Politica pponent ad elze p ae
were shot dead at the home | it ol Phe De Example
Thomas Harris, a neg tenant | Octubre he Deveze i ife he was in
farme: last January 8 Three fof thr ! | enger the Haeue nembers-of all dele-
white men, Leon Turner, Windol | refrige ea irgo linet oO gation the Atlantic Pact talks
Whitt, and his brother, Malcolm | bu Argentina expressed thei inkiety that
Whitt, were arrested for the crime. | —Keuter, Belgium, which thus far has been
Malcolm a ee pelts | —— jan example of order And. unity,
yesterday to the manslaughter of | ’ . co become as ¢ ‘ at vidi
Ruby Nell Harris. The court Vozart Choir lsat ea shagiiaeaas ce phd
day entenced him to 10 ears 6 ‘ jexample to its neighbours, y
jail..Turner and Windol Whitt Will Not Sing element” of ‘discord capable . of
had been sentenced earlier to life damaging the great cause towards
imprisonment on murder charges ry ° ’ which ¢ are all striving.’
The district attorney called the Communist Songs or séia that these “teuilllie
attack a “drunken orgy of re-| BERLIN, April 4 did not signify foreign interter-
aac sae ane Ne ee two member! f Dre ence in Bel gium’s Domestic
men believed Harris had} len Mozart Cho have sought | affairs it a sincere wish that
caused the arraes after refug, West Berlin for fear of | Belgiw hould not jeopardise it
U Nag ObOKen Into Nis. NOMe! Seyi; et ‘ postwar economic rehabilitation.”
and tried to rape Mrs Harris. | rafus, mmunist song He added: “In the whole world,
White people raised a relief fund The oir leader Werner | there only one man, who could
fou urviving nembers of Ihe@! gohye erman Christain| rejoice at Belgium’s possible in-
negro family Reuter, Democt d to be reac-| ternal strife. IT leave you to guess
. tionary appeared at Dresden! who that is.” M. Deveze said that
° Vill Station her way to West Berlin any government that wanted ‘to
= | Frau Nehli told a Press conference seek any solution to the Royal
Russ hat \ I 1 Western Berlin hotel near Problem that was not based on
e he S$ t sector border national unity ould gravely im-
Fight Herr Sehueck had fled West} peril the nation. “One can only
; Berlin last week following a West bring back the king in an open
German newspaper report that a earriage, if one sure that he
BUDAPEST, April 4 choit ember belonged to an{would be greeted by cheering
Marshal Klementi Voroshilov U-Communist resistance group.| crowds and not by tumult,” he
the Soviet Union said her« The Reuter. \added.—Reuter .
plan the Imperialists re Sa — ~~ —
;}doomed and all the threats of
atomic or hydrogen bombs will °
not prevent us from continuing os
the fight for peace Nt A ve q
With Communist leaders fror 7 2 } th a he. “ Ae
20 countries including Britain anc COV ANA Y . CE } VE iA WA AMVOY
Canada, the veteran Russia
Marshal was last night reviewing
one of Hungary’s largest post-wa1
military and civilian parades
It held te elebrate the
fifth versary f Hungary’s
liberation from the Germans by
the Soviet Army on April 4. 1945
Marshal Voroshiiov——a member |
ot the Poltburo” and Deputy iy
Chairman of the Soviet Council | }
of Mir predicted that Mar- |
hal ti Tito uld f ver-
throw that Yugoslav would
regain place alongside the
“Peoples Democracies.’
The Western Qowers ire mis-
taken if they believe that the
Yugoslav people will support them
or can be incited to war against
the Democracies,” he aid
—Reuter.



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Revised Plan

For Jerusalem

GENEVA, April 4
The United Nations Trusteeship

Council to-day adopted without
opposition its slightly revised ver-
sion of the 1948 Statute for inter- |
hationalisation of a 100 square
mile area centred on Jerusalem.
Britain and the United States ab-
Stained

To mark those occasions
when charm, perfection
and easy confidence are

the keynote, nothing could

be more in keeping
than a cigarette bearing
the hallmark of

Gets Benson & Hedges,

Acheson






Goodwill Message Old Bond Street, London =
PARIS, April 4 when only the best will de,

The 1i8-nation Coyneil of the |

! Organisation for European Eco- |} ‘

homic Co-operation today sent a}

j goodwill essage on the snniver- ! . j

sary of the signature of the North | â„¢ ees:

Atlantic Treaty to United States | In tins of 50 tee

Secretary of State Dean Acheson $1.06 Brie 2

The message was signed by Belgi ode By APPOW TIENT

ap Foreign Minister Paul Van Zee- Meo oo | alle

|

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Mr. and Mrs. G. E. GIGLIOLL

Miss MADGE CUKE ,youngeste—

ughter of Hon. H. A. Cuke
O.B.E.,°M.L.C., and Mrs Cuke was
married on Thursday afternoon at
St. Andrew’s Scots Church in
Georgetown B.G., to Mr. Enzo
Giglioli,-son of Dr. G. Giglioli,
O.B.E., of British Guiana.
Hon. and Mrs. Cuke and their
son Henry were in B. G. for the
occasion. The bride was given in

marriage by her father; she wore .

a white organza gown with a
hoop skirt the style of the Victo-
rian era, the bodice was close
fitting with short full sleeves
Her long tulle veil was held in
place by a tiara of pearls, she
wore long white gloves and
carried a bouquet of white rose-
buds with strings of pearls twined
amongst them.
Her sister Mrs. Pe
Matron of Honour



Bayley was the
Henry Cuke
Knowles were ust
Hon. and Mrs, Cuke and Mi
Henry Cuke returned from B.G

yesterday by B.W.1LA

Leaving Shortly

AW SIR THOMAS SOUTHORN
in Bridgetown yesterday, busy
making last minute preparations
prior to his departure for England
in a day.or two.

With Lady Southorn and his
brother-in-law Mr, Woolf he has
been spending the Winter months
in Barbados as guests at Sam
Lords. During their stay in the
W.I. they also visited St. Lucia
for a few days as guests of Ad
ministrator Stow.

To Attend Meetings

R. E. F. Mc DAVID, C.M.G.,
C.B.E., Financial Secretary

of B.G. and Mrs. Me David a1
rived yesterday by B.W.1.A. from

British Guiana. Mr. Me David
here to attend meetings of the
Preparatory Committee for t
unified currency scheme for th«
British Caribbean territories. He
is Chairman of this committee.

They will be here until April 18th
and are guests at the Windso
Hotel.

Fine Weather

ERE to spend two weeks al

Cacrabank are Mr. and Mrs
Cc. R. Cragie and vheir daughter,
Beryl. Mr. Cragie is Supt. Engineer
Sprostons Ltd., in Georgetown and
this is their first visit to Barbados
They left B.G. in fine weather so
maybe the rainy season is over
pro tempore,

BY THE WAY

OUBTS expressed by several

scientists, as to whether the
latest bomb would really destroy
the world, have put the rest of
them on their mettle.

A weapon ‘that achieves any
thing short of universal destruc-
tion is a mere palliative, and all
scientists are determined that
there shall be no more bow-and-
arrow wars like the past.

Four eager pioneers discovered
a new element the other day,
“put it was so unstable that it
turned into something else two
hours later.”

Meanwhile, the news that gold-
fish were sick on an Atlantic
crossing recently has led to an
emphatic plea that Science should
find a cure for this sort of thing.
I await the announcement that
the real purpose of scientific re
search at present is to prevent
sea-sickness in goldfish, and to
ubolish the headaches which make
horseflies so petulant in the sum-
mer. If anything can really rouse
public opinion it will be the suf-



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On a We ee 0 oe a ee eH

B.W.LA. Staff
EVERAL B.W.1.A. staff mem-
bers arrived from Trinidad
yesterday via B.G. Capt. Junior

Farfan, the pilot who flew the
R.M.A. “Antigua”
after successful test flights on

Saturday over Seawell, spent the Saturday and collected two pas-
day at the Ocean View Hotel and sengers for the U.K., Administra-
Trinidad tor R. St. J. Wayne and Miss Ann



wil] be returning to
sometime to-day.
Air Hostess Miss Eva



arrived yesterday, she
ill be returning to-day.

Miss Jean Aird, a Dominican
who is in the B.W.1LA. Port-of-

Spain office and Mr. C. Regan a







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B.W.I.A. engineer are on their
way to Dominica, they arrived
yesterday and are due to leave

“Caribbee” this afternoon
It’s Easter
ESTERDAY a small youngster
went into the Advocate Sta-
tionery and carefully selected

by the

. about four sheets of brightly col-

;, oured paper, and no wonder for
this is Easter time and he was
making a kite. For many weeks

now almost every afternoon quite
a crowd of children, each with
his kite cam be seen on the Gar-

rison Savannah or some other
open ground flying his kite and
gazing up at it in wonder as it

performs all the usual tricks
St. Vincent for the
Week-end

epg a understands that Conne-
A mara 4, Mr. ‘Ada’ Cotting-
ham’s pleasure launch, which was
once an air-sea rescue craft, and
is now lying in Carlisle Bay will
be going St. Vincent for the
Easter week-end, manned by sev-
‘able and Wireless staff mem-
bers who are on holiday and some
of the boys from Burkes Beach
This certainly seems a lovely way
to spend a week-end.

For B.G. Olympiad
K*

to




ere

N FARNUM, Barbados cyclist

complete with his racing
bicycle left for B.G. yesterday to
take partin the B.G, Olympiad
which commences on Saturday

and continues on Easter Monday
and the following Wednesday. He
is entered in most of the inter-
national events. This is his second
B.G. Olympiad and last year he
won the 15-mile event, He expects
to be away for two weeks.
After Four Years
-_ SPEND two months’ holiday
in Barbados after working
in Curacao as a Laboratory Assist-
ant for four years is Mr. Harold
Carrington who arrived over th¢
week-end by B.W.LA,

By

ferings of animals. After that,
human beings might get a chance.

Maison Tirlitontaine
Z HAS been vemarked that
everal very pretty young

women seem to have the entreq
to the proprietor’s private office.
The other day he was entertain-
ing one or two of these privileged
friends, and had sent down for
a basket of peaches as a present
for one of them. Instead of send-
ing up the 72s. 6d. Peruvian
Wonders, a malicious assistant
abstracted the cardboard wonders
from the window. A long-legged
beauty took a hefty bite, made a
grimace and uttered an exclama-
tion of horror. “Not quite ripe?”
asked Foulenough. “How do you
tell ripe cardboard?” riposted the
offended siren, Foulenough bit
his lip. “They’ve sent up the toy
ones I give to children.” he said
angrily. To restore her selfrespect

cost the irate Captain a crate of
marzipan

eggs stuffed with an-

CAFE

JUGS:

—a few

THIS
HOTE

- "plane was Miss M. Debont who

to Trinidad stopped half a mile from Sandy

Scott Hospital who is
‘09 Scotland having completed three
years’ service in Antigua.

day

“Is that WHITFIELDS

of Broad Street?”

Please Send me. . .

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With P.A.A. In Miami
R. and Mrs. John J. Allen |
arrived on Monday afternoon

by 38.W.1LA. from Miami via
Antigua and will be here fot |
three weeks. }

Mr. Allen is the son of Mr

and Mrs. John Allen who live in
San Juan, Puerto Rico, where Mr
Allen is with the
Wireless staff there. John Jr.,

however is with P.A.A. in Miam!.|,
They will be the guests of Mrs. |}
M. E. Allen in Worthing, during |‘
their stay in Barbados.

We Speak English

R. and Mrs. Sinclair Spence

and their small daughter
Karin, unlike most of the passen—
gers who were arriving from
Venezuela on Monday afternoon,
could speak English. Mr. Spence
is here for two wéeks but his
family will probably be remaining
on longer. Arriving by B.W.LA.
they are staying at the Paradise
Beach Club.

After Six Years

R. KENNETH PARKER who},

arrived from La Guaira air--
port on Monday by B.W.LA. said
he first heard of Barbados about
six years ago, and he has finally
come to see it now for himseif
He will probably be here for two

weeks and is staying at the
Ocean View Hotel.
Also arriving on the same

is also here for two weeks.

Transferred in Mid-Ocean
.S. Fort Duquesne from
Guadeloupe bound for Dieppe

Island off Antigua at 2 am. on

Tutor Holberton
going back to

Murphy, Sister



That’s a Long Time Ago
GENT from New Jersey has
written us saying that he

was in Barbados in 1899 and has

with him a newspaper called the
‘Barbados Bulletin’, dated Satur-
February 18th, 1899, the
paper is in very good condition,
and is willing to sell it ‘cheap’
if we are interested in buying it.

Mr. Perowne On The Air
R. STEWART PEROWNE,
former Colonial Secretary of

Farbados, gave a talk over the

B.B.C. last week entitled ‘“Tradi-

tion and Conflict in the West

Indies.” After giving a_ short

sketch of the historical and eco-

nomic background, he talked of
the rising generation of West In-
dians, particularly mentioning the
young St. Lucia poet, Derek Wal-
cott. Mr, Perowne has now been
appointed Political Advisor to tha
Emir of Cyrenaica,

For Colonial Students
HE British Council in London
will rent from the Ministry
of Works the new Hans Crescent
Hostel for Colonial Students which
they are proposing to open in
London later this year. For the
past eight years the property has
been requisitioned by the Ministry.
Last week it was announced that
they have purchased it for a sum
of £235,000,

Up and Up

aa returning home

from the United States

usually express pleasant surprise

at the many improvements noted

in and around the City of Bridge-
town.

Stately looking buildings, clean

streets, widened corners, smart
intelligent policemen, are some
subjects of comment. One of

the most recent is the traffic con-
trol and the attempts at one-way
routes. ‘You are doing fine”
said one fellow who had not been
home for 37 years.

BEACHCOMBER

chovies. “Flown in this morning
from Tierra del Fuego.” Later
that evening, when the proprieton
attempted to take toil of the
malicious assistant’s lips, she re-
buffed him as though stung by a
hornet. To restore her self-respect
cost him two dinners at the

“T shall never make a_business-
man,” sighed Foulenough, as the
cold beauty steeped herself to the
gills in bubbly.

In Passing
HOPE those doctors who
trying to makgy music a branch
of medicine read an extremely
witty article by Mr. Ernest New-
man on the subject. He quoted a
doctor who admitted that sedative
music, given to patients at bed-
time, “Bored them, and even led
to fighting.” In a world where it
is difficult for even the healthy to
dodge the incessant racket of the
radio, it is a little bit thick if
sick people are to have music
forced down their throats by

order of the psychiatrists.

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BARBADOS

‘|Why 500 Couples

Modes for men are
changing, too

Y2 have te look closely to

changes in men’s
fashions. Bat here are three
developments which catch the
eye

1—A_ waistcoat cut square
instead of in long points. Note
the two deep pockets in place
of the normal two-up and two-
down style,



2.—Outside ticket pocket, with
a “*- matehing the larger one
just below it.



3.—Sleeve with turned back
cuffs. One advantage for this:
the wearer will not need a ticket
pocket. But the style is the
cusrens hall-mark of a tailored
suit.

London Express Service,

fF SKELETON



1. This boy was 4 bit of a rip)
(two words).
Famous landing grounds,
Carpet country.





10. Disappeared we hear. up the
chimney

11. Not only in S. Africa is it @ |
birthday word.

12. Plot for sale? Not quite!

13. Let me do this for some con-
sideration!

14. “ Tread soi)” (anag.).

15. Given this servant, things
become painful!

17. Double him in for the
slaughtere:

19. Mark made a duck but got the
award

20. Apparentiy you give me only
two bob, that’s the trouble!

21. This stone has attractive pos-
sibilities.

22. One of the things a bride has
to assume (two words).

23. Cause a diversion?

CLUES DOWN

1. Preliminary try-outs for a girls

16.‘ team (two words)

4. Manet indicated the transposi-

tion.
3. American's description
Frenchman's English
(two words)
Oddly enough they may indi-
cate terror or delight.
Old officer we see about dusk
It’s a sitter! (two words),
Dispiace (sounds of interest to
keen gardeners).
Unable to indulge
winks ?
. Par

of 4a
effort ?

-

coc 2090

in forty

from imagipary, even
when beheaded.
Not. however what "6 Down”
did

. Pragrant start of a romance.
But the end piece of it, even
these days, is not usually as
tough as wood |

16.

18

Anagrambles
_IN this word game, you are
given a word and an additional
letter and are required to make
4 new word composed of the
combined letters. For. example
SLOPED with I is spoiled,
Now try these:



1.GALLED with Eis —— ?
2. NEATER with V is —— ?
3. EAGLES with U is —— ?
4. NOSES with A is —— ?
5. TWINE with H is —— ?
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ADVOCATE

Failed

—as reporied by Professor
Gwilym Reberts

A serious-minded Welsh pro-
fessor, who has spent more than
ten years gathering evidence, re-
ports to-day* his belief that ro-
mantic’ love does not work.

To 38-year-old Gwilym Roberts
love is like something on a mi-
croscope slide, He thinks that you
find out most about it if you look
at it with a scientist’s eyes.

After dissecting about 500 spe-
cimens of broken romance he is
fairly certain that he knows
where marriages go wrong.

Professor Roberts believes that
if more couples first got to know
each other in non-romantic
places the divorce statistics would
drop. ¥

He deplores the impression
created by the films “where the
stars don’t have to wash the
dishes or get up to light the fire.”

SIGNPOST THREE: The red
“Stop” sign flashes up if a man
won't co-operate in money matters
before marriage.

Many marriages “are dashed to
pieces because the partners could
not talk about how they would
spréad the money on furniture,
rent, clothing, food, and so on. —

These couples are “infantile.”
They want to lean on somebody
else (generally father-in-law).

Doctor's dont’s

| From the quiet murmurings and

He strokes his chubby face,| hysterical outbursts of the disil-

peers. through his wide horn-
rimmed glasses and says: ‘The
ideas of many people are muddled
concerning sex and love. We
need guideposts.”

So he comes up this spring
morning like a weather-beaten
road scout and puts up his direc-
tion signs for people who want
to be happy after they fall in
love.

His first words are for parents

—because the road to happ)

marriage starts in the nursery.

SIGNPOST ONE: The biggest
single influence that makes for
happy marriage is a sensible
upbringing.

When mother starts spoiling her
young son, sne is ruiiuiug ner
daugnter-in-law’s Muvriage.

Case History: Six-year-old
Jackie grabs his two-year-ola
sister’s toys. Mother rusnes
in to console the little girl.
Jackie might get the toys but

Jackie sets the table for mo-
ther and gets criticised if just
one knife or fork is crooked.
Grace sets them any old how
and gets a kiss for her effort.
So Jackie, his emotions crush-
ed, grows up secretly hating his
mother and sister.
But it all seems to pass over
without trouble until he gets
married—and then things go
wrong.

He nags her, ill-treats her,
pushes her around.

Mother was to blame for this
broken romance—years before.

little Grace gets the cuddling. |
|

Invalid Wife
Take another aspect of parental
mishandling that can make a

daughter into an unhappy wife.

Case History: Seven-year-old
Winnie became ill. Everybody was
kind and attentive. They said
nice things. It was like being a
baby again.

For the rest of her childhood
she enjoyed several little bouts
of apparent illness. It was more
pleasant in bed than in school.

Now Winnie at 35 is an invalid
wife. She did not like the
cares and duties of married life
so she retreated into illness. To
her it is a pleasure.

Her parents should not have
been fooled by her feigned ill-
nesses.

SIGNPOST TWO: Young fel-
lows and girls must go to places
where they can mingle naturally
with the opposite sex.

The shy girl who slinks on her
half-day into the darkness of the
cinema and buries her social in-
feriority in the arms of her screen
hero will not find a_ real-life
partner.

The hot-blooded young man
who makes a bee-line for the
dance floor every night of the week
is cutting down his chances of
finding an ever-loving vite.

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Roy ROGERS-—Dale EVANS
“UNDER NEVADA SKIES”
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Wild Bill ELLIOTT—
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Starring :

Maria MONTEZ — Jean Pierre
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lusioned visitors to his consulting
room, the Welsh professor
picked up some invaluable tips on
love-making.

GIRLS | should
dangerous silences after they have
been kissed. Talk!—about the boy
of course.

GIRLS should keep away from
dim corners. They should realise
at 15 to 17 their emotional age is
19 to 2l—but the boy is still
lagging behind. They should keep

nas

avoid those

him out of troubie. . ,

GIRLS stay old maids because
they will not spare time from
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_ Barrage Evans

(From Page 1)



On Sugar

give priority to Empire sugar





Indies envisaged under this pro--
» posal, so that we may judge
wheuler unaer tne guaraniee
arrangements to be provided by
these proposals there shali be a
ful opportunity for the expan-

sion of the sugar industry in the
» islands.

ahead?
Mr. Evans. well

selves Canada gives a

substantial preferénce.
Mr. Marlowe.

As

as
ver.


































a







Mr. Evans. As I recall it, the
» expansion as compared with pre-
/war, taking from 1935 to 1938, and
averaging it. is very substantial.
yIt is certainly in the neighbour-
hood of 350,000 tons to 400,000,
“We have taken very carefully into
account all that my Honourable
» friend has said, before arriving at
this figure. We have sone a good
Geal for the West Indies. Before
_ the war the only protection they
had was £5 a ton preference,
whereas today they are being
F. oo a market for 71% of
_ their production.
_ Mr. Gammans. tias the Hon-
_ Ourable Member taken the trouble
to find out how strong have been
_ the expressions of public opinfon
_ 4m the West Indies on the negotia-
tions up to now? Does he realise
what a very bad effect it will have
on Imperial relations if the elected
delegation of these Colonies comes
Over to this country and the
Government refuse to do anything
‘@xcept entertain them?
Mr. Evans. Yes, sir.
_ Mr. Hafrison. Will my Hon.
friend say in view of our urgent
'meed for more sugar how it comes
about that he has put a ceiling
of 640,000 on the West Indian pro-
; ction, whereas in 1948 we were
“fmporting no less than 790,000
tors? What is the reason for this
“eensiderable. reduction in the
“Mount permitted under this
“Breement from the West Indies.

= Mr. Evans. x rust point out
‘Mat we shall not be getting from
Commonwealth, including the

allow it?





D. G. Leacock
Retiring

@ From page 1.







tact.

to stray from it.




debate.

is any legislative

of debate.
fact that this old established prac-
tice has continued under your
Presidency, is the surest proof ot
the confidence that we have had
i you in maintaining the dignity
of the Chair and ruling over our
deliberations.

I would like to wish you, Sir, on
behalf of all hon’ble members
around this table, many peaceful
and happy years in your retire-
ment and we hope that your
health will be spared for many
more years. :

Hon’ble R. Challenor said: Sir,
it is a great surprise to me tc







‘West Indies, the tonnage of sugar|hear of your retirement but I
we should be very happy to take, thoroughly endorse what the
’ even at the end of 1952. hon’ble Mr. Chandler has said





about you. You have filled your
high office with very great honour,
and we have all been very prou
of.you and to have had the honour
to work with you.

I have served with you in thi
Chamber both before and since
you became President and all tha‘
the hon’ble Mr. Chandler has saic
is quite true. I wish you many
happy years in your retirement.

The President replied: I thank

I « Legge-Bourke. In view oi
the fact that we export quite a
siderable amount of sugar from
country in the year, will the

- gentleman say whether the

It of this new proposal wil

9@ that we shall be exporting or re-
rting more sugar than we

sre before, or will we give more

gar to the consumers who really
t it?

4 r. Evans. We shall certainly ‘ r
Wpe to export as much. It is|t0 do my bit while here, and to
\ important that we should|Se@ every man’s side of the
tain our export markef. But question. , Q
to be pointed out that includ-; It is necessary for nie: to
jin this tonnage allowance is|"°wW- I am sorry to leave you, |
0 tons for Canada. We will miss these meetings very much
antee it, but Canada does not

{uarantee us that she will take it,
fo there is an element of risk even

the figures which are com-
eines of.

Captain Crookstank. At the end
all are the people in this
try going to have their sugar
uation increased? Is it going to
@main the same, or is it going To
@ decreased?
‘Mr. Evans. That is a different
ion,
. Peter Smithers. Is the Hon.
eman aware of the very
s political consequences

vou have said of me. I have tried






go
I

again thank you.





Legislature
Prorogued
@ From page 1.

I want to take this opportunity
to refer briefly to an outstanding
event of the year, viz, the visit
of Her Royal Highness Princess
Alice and the Earl of Athlone. I
am sure that I am echoing public
opinion when I say that the de-

; monstrations of public apprecia-

might follow from the an- tion were a measure of its sue+
ement he has made and}

| cess.
in the eyes of many people a Speaker and Members of
tthe West Indies, rightly -or|tne House of Assembly:
Tonely, the good faith of the| 1 thank you for the supplies
» OVernment is involved in view! which you have voted from time
' the statement made by the} to time to meet the needs of the
imister at the negotiations last | public services,
Wamer? What action does it} Mr. President and Honourable
topose to take to make sure that: Members of theLegislative
AY good faith is re-established in | Council: ~ ; aasdictee
@ eyes of the population of the} , Mr. Speaker and i embers of
i Indies? ag Se ned ete ce reise of
Me, Evans. Fair Se ee the powers in me vested by the
see NE ene Letiers Patent of His Majesty the
Mat the Government’s proposals

|King dated the 4th day of June,
‘@ eminently fair.
" » Doods Parker. Will the

| 1914, I now prorogue the Legisla-

| ture and I order that it stand pro-
Om. gentleman tell the House
hat the Government are doing
mess that sugar importing
ions he mentions one
@hada to give an undertaking to






}rogued until the 25th of April,
1950.

Members of the House bowed
to the Governor and returned to
their Chamber, and the Governor
left.



As President you have filled
the Chair both with dignity and
You have never stifled de-
bate, you have given us full lati-
tude but you have still kept us to
the point whenever we have tried

This Council, I think, must be
unique in that it has no rules of
I doubt whether there
Chamber
throughout the world besides this
particular one which has no rules |
I feel that the mere;



stop overproduction in the period

our-

y

Is it not true of
the whole matter that the Govern-
gmment have deliberately limited |
the sugar ration because the in-
vcrease needed would involve anj|
extra food subsidy and the Chan-|
cellor of the Exchequer will not

Mr. Evans. No, that is not true |





Exam.

The Alleyne Schooi:
Hunte, OQ. Licorish.
Coleridge School:

cirade II—

Grade Il — F. wW.

Goodridge. Grade III—e. F. Belgrave,
A. W. G. Harding, L. T. Small.
Combermere School; Grade I—K. D,

King, D, D, Walker. Grade Il—G. B.
Ciarke, G. A. Collymore, C. A, Hyndman.
QO. R. Knight, A. B. Marshall, H. E
Porte, E. C. Shuriter, M. B. Waikes, L. E.
Whitehead, Grade Lii—E. G. Adams,
T. A. Armstrong, G. L. Austin, O. _E;
Belle, C. L. Boiden, E. E> Callender,
M. B. Carter, E, L. Clarke, C. D. Daniel.
C. R. Fletcher, E. L. Haynes, C. K. Hold-
er, L. S, Husbands, J. W. Inniss, R. E.
Lord, R. D. Marshall, K. L. Morris, A. R.
Murray, F. McK. Richards, G. H. Shep-
herd, O, A. Simmons, A. D. Trotman,
I, V. Weekes, H. E. Williams.

Foundation School: Grade I—G. BE.
Clarke, C. A. Hopkinson, 8, A Jones,
Grade II—V. B. Callender. Grade IlI—
C, L. Bynoe, E, Clark, L. B. Phillips.

Parry School: Grade Ili—E, L, Archer,
L. T. Bellamy, M. R. Yearwood
Asérey Studio: Grade III—S. N.
wards, J. W. Harris, D. O. |



Ed-
Jones, L. E.

Jones,

Barbados Academy: Grade III~—I. L.
Inniss

Modern High School: Grade II—G. C,
Brigés. Grade III—S. L. Archer, S. deS.
Tayior, E. L, Watkins.

Supplementary: English Literature,
Geogwiaphy (Credit) A. E. Bushell,
English Language, Elementary Mathe-

mates (Credit); English Literature (Pass)



C. R. Worreii,

English Language, Elementary Mathe-
matics (Credit) G. C. L, Ifill,
Mount Tabor Secondary School: Grade

, 1tl—V. C. Adamson.

both of you very much for what | Browne, R. 0. Daniel, L.

|

|
|

Regal School: Grade III—O. M. Watson.
Private Candidates: Grade III—V. A.

A. Ford, ,
Hamblin, K. B. Howard, K, A



Griffith, C

Hutchinson, S. S. Licorish, J. W. Lovell,
W. H. Lowe, L, L. Price, C. Rawlins,
H. D. Rouse,

(Girls)

The Alexandra School: Grade II
King, S. M. King, L. E. Ward. Grade
ill—O, J, Dapeiza, E, L. Dowding, E. C.
Walcott

The Alleyne School:

Grade Ill — J.

but it is right I should go now. T | Bradshaw, C. V, Franklyn.

Foundation School; Grade II—J. V
thur, B. N. Beale, T. H. Beale, G
Bullen. Grade Il1I—G. E. Cheltenham.

Queen's College: Grade I~-A, L, Suther-
land, G. M._E, Yarde. Grade Il—G,
Alleyne, B. L. Batson, M. C. Griffith, R
A. Hudson, J. Y, Jones, L. L. Jones, M. J.
eliman, Grade IlI—T. E, Arthur, J. E
Croney, D. P. Gibbs, T. M. Gill, N. A,
Hall, J. R. Harrison, L, D. Inniss, D. E
King, T. A. King, A. I. Lioyd, E. N. Mur-
rell, E. D. A. Norris, C, E. Olton, P. C. A
Rowe, S. P. Smith, E. E. Vaughan, N, P
Weatherhead, E. C, Wedderburn, J. C,

iulams, S. E. Yarde






Supplementary: English Language
(Credit) E, A. Daniel.

English Language (Credit) E. H. Wat-
son,

English Language (Credit) B. M. M,
Williams.

St. Michael's Girls’ School: Grade I

M. E. P. Newton. Grade II—C. Y. Ashby,
B. E. Bancroft, V. E. Kennedy, H. MeCon-
ney. Grade II—C. A. Burrowes, N. me Fs
Forde, E. Goodman, J. H. Greaves,
Vv. J. E. Headley, E. Johnson, S. D,
Marshall, E. I. Padmore, J. U. Padmore.

Aggrey Studio: Grade IIl—L, L. Arthur,
H. M. Carter, V. E. Downes, H,. 1, Hinds,
A. M. McAlister, S. E, Sandiford, M. EB.
Selman, S, E, Small, P, Trotman

Industry Sehool: Grade Ili—V. M.
Belgrave. A. O. Haynes, E. I. Jones, J. I.
Marshall,

Modern High School: Grade Il—M, H.

Gill Grade IIl—E, G. Bayley, T. E
Blenman, C. E. Broomes, C. F. Holder,
N. R. Kirton, E. D. Maynard, T. D. Stuart,

N. E, Williams

Supplementary : Spanish—(Credit)—L.



4. Barrow

St. Winifred School; Grade I—J. P.
Birkett. Grade IIR, R. Fieldman, R. D
Hunte. Grade IlI—L. E. Bowen, J. E
Cole, P. R. Stoute,

Supplementary: English Language—
Credit)—B. L. Goddard.

Stewart Hill Studio: Grade Ill M. D.
Codrington, C. E. Thorne.

Private Candidates: Grade Ili—E. M.
C. Boyce, V. M. Burke, T. D. Green, E.
G. McCollin, A. E. Pilgrim, E. Rawlins,
D. E. Sinckler, C. E. Straker, B. J. Warn-
er, U. O. Wilkie.

|



BARBADOS ADVOCATE





THE UNITED PARISHES of Barbados Charity Group are here

at their office, New York, preparing barrels of food and clothing
for miles of travel to Barbados.

right) : Mr. Charles King, Mr. Mewbry Gilkes and Mrs. Udine
Newton—Amsterdam News Photo.
Same cence teas iiben oncghipenchaibale

Results | 1

Packing barrels are (left to

2 Barrels of
Clothes For

Poor at Easter
FROM NEW YORK

The “Fort Amherst” brought
to Barbados from New York on
Monday 38 cases of food and soap
along with 12 barrels of clothing
which will be distributed to poor
people of the island.

These gifts, which will be given
out for Easter, have been sent by
the United Parishes of Barbados
Charity Group, New York. The
group consists of West Indians,
chiefly connected with Barbados,
under the chairmanship of Mrs.

Undine Newton and Mr. Charles

Roy King, General Secretary,
who is of St. Andrew, Barbados.
first

Barbados benefited from

| the group when in February last





a, p, | Committee.

|

H. |

|

year food and clothing arrived
to be distributed in St. Andrew
Since then other parishes have
received gifts.

Canon W. Harvey Read has
been appointed to act as liaison
officer between the organisation
in New York and the Barbados
He was chosen when
Bishop Huges of Barbados was in
New York in September last and

met representatives of the organ- he examined the fodder in the
isation at St. Martin’s Church,} bag. He was then taken to Dr

An | New York. Hutson and treated. After he
: } came back to the station from the
January 1950 saw $800 sent | doctor, Cpl. Morris took him to
down by the organisation to be| Forde’s land at Sherbourne. He
distributed to poor of the parishes. afterwards took the Police to

Prusaed



| Three Found Guilty



| Inflicting Bodily Harm

CHARLES FORDE, Prince Forde, Colvin Forde, Lionel

Gibson and Arthur Bailey

appeared before the Court of

Grand Sessions yesterday on alternate counts of causing
bodily harm on Joseph Spooner on July 2 with intent and

unlawfully and maliciously
ca Joseph Spooner.

Charles Forde pleaded guilty to

the second count and this plea
was accepted by Mr. W. W. Reece,
K.C., Solicitor General, who
| conducted the case on behalf of
the Prosecution.

The Jury found Prince Forde
and Lionel Gibson guilty of the
second count while they returned
a verdict of ‘not guilty’ against
Colvin Ferde and Arthur Bailey

His Honour Sir Allan Colly-
more, Chief Justice, postponed
sentences on Charles Forde,
Prince Forde and Lionel Gibson.

The five defendants were re-
eo by Mr. E. K. Walcott,

| The Story

Joseph Spooner of Sherbourne,
St. John, principal witness for the
| prosecution said that he owned
land and had a cow.
| On the evening of July 2 he left
|his home to go to Hothersal for
some cane fodder. He left Hother-
sal land and took a short cut
across Norris’s land on his way
home. Norris’s land is near
Forde’s land.

When he got about three feet
from Forde’s land he looked ahead
and saw a banana tree. He also
saw someone by the banana tree
It was about 6.30 p.m. and the
moon was shining bright. After
he saw the man behind the tree,
he asked who it was.

The man
then rushed out and struck him
three blows in his head with a

stick

Later four men rushed at him,
two from Forde’s land and two
from Norris's. The five men be-
gan to beat him. He then iden-
tified Prince Forde, Colin Forde
Lionel Gibson and Arthur Bailey
as four of the men who were beat-
ing him

Unconscious
continued to bea hin
until he was unconscious
When he regained conscieusness
he found one man sitting on his
hip and Charlie Forde standing
on his right hand. Forde remained
on his hand up to the time the
Police arrived. Estelle Springer
Beryl Batson and others came.
Cpl. Morris arrived and foun:
three of the men. He removed the

They

men and carried him (witness)
to the Four Roads Sub-Station
.The bag he was carrying was

brought to the station by Charlie
Forde. It contained fodder

Soon after Sgt. Reid arrived and

Gets Twelve Months

For Manslaughter

TWELVE MONTHS’ IMPRISONMENT was imposed
on Alfred Prescod of Christ Church, by His Honour the
Chief Justice, Sir Allan Collymore, at yesterday’s sitting

of the Court of Grand Sessions.

Prescod was found guilty

last week of the manslaughter of 21-year-old Leonard Mose

ley on the night of October

He was represented by Mr.
D. H. L. Ward. Mr. Ward asked
His Honour to take into consider-
ation the youth and the previcus
good record of Prescod. He said

that he had made enquiries andj tooth, “but then it was from

found out that Prescod. was a man
with a good character and an
industrious worker,
from a respectable family.

Under these circumstances he
asked the leniency of the Court.

His before

“The

Honour,
sentence said,
found you guilty of manslaughter.
You are a young man with a good
character and there are many
letters speaking in your favour.”

jury have

He told him that it was a very
unfortunate occurrence and the



He also came!

31,

He told Prescod that it was tru
that he was not the aggressot
and that the other man
struck the first blow damaging his
mouth and causing him to lose his

your
evidence and that of your mother
| that you had your knife ready,”
he said,

had

“Although it is a knife you
| carry on your person, when he
was about to strike you the second
blow you stabbed him, causing

‘ boot ee 0
imposing; his death

His Honour ended, ‘Your action
would amount to provocation but
it certainly could not amount to
self-defence.”

After imposing sentence His
Honour told Prescod that he hoped
Mr. Clarke, his previous employer,
he












} sister.

inflicting grevious bodily harm

Hothersal land and showed them
where he had cut his fodder.

On the following day he went
to the General Hospital and was
examined by Dr. Payne but was
later treated by Dr. Carter.

To Mr. Walcott: I was charged
seven months later with taking
cane sprouts from Hothersal land,
T was convicted. I heard from

losing cane sprouts. All five men
had sticks at the station. I am
charged with trespassing and at-~
tempting to wound Colvin Forde
but these cases are still pending.
The sprouts on Forde’s land was
about four feet high, I got over
40 blows and many of these were
on my back.

The Doctors
Dr. C. L. Hutson, Police Medical
Officer of District ‘C”, said that

on July 2 at 11.15 p.m. the Police
brought Spooner to him at his
surgery.

He then described the injuries
he found on examination to the
Court. One of these injuries
made him suspicious of a frac-
tured rib. The injuries were con-
sistent to blows by a stick and the
fracture may have been caused
by a fall.

To. Mr. Walcott: Spooner did
not complain of any injuries to
his back.

Dr, Carter. P.M.O. of St. John,
said that Spooner came to him on
July 10. He was complaining of |
pain in his chest. In his opinion
he had a broken rib and a contu-
sion of the right upper chest

To Mr. Walcott: When I saw
him he should have recovered in |
about two or three weeks. There |
will be no permanent disability. |

Dr. D. O. Payne, House Sur- |
geon of the General Hospital, said }
that he saw Spooner on July 3 in
the morning. He examined Snoon-
er who was treated and referred
to the X-ray Department The |
X-ray picture showed a broken
rib.



|
|
Beryl Batson of Cherry Grove, |
St. John, told the Court how she |
went to the scene and saw two}
men holding down Spooner. One
of the men told her that he had
missed canes from his land. He
showed her the spot where the
‘anes were cut from. Later two
other men came with Cpl. Morris.
To Mr, Walcott The bag was
handed to Cpl. Morris.
telle Springer, the next
corroborated Batson’s

wit-
story



The Police

for the Prosecu-
Morris, said that on July

Last witness
10n, Cpl



OF |

some other person that Forde was |

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Published by Thu Advocate Co. Ltd., 34, Broad St., Bridgetow?



Wednesday, April 5, 1950

Looking Back

THE prorogation bf the House of Assem-
bly yesterday brings to an end the first
Session. of the House elected in December
1948. The elections of that year gave to
the Barbados Labour Party a majority over
any single party and numbers equal to the
combined opposition. There has thus been

* no necessity for a coalition and although
the Government has not possessed an abso-
lute majority it has been able to function
with considerable success in the enactment
of legislation designed to implement its



licy.

The number of Barbados Scholarships has
been increased; an increase of salaries has
been given to members of the Civil Service
and cost of living bonuses have been abol-
ished; Occupancy Tax which has for so
long been the subject of angry controversy
has been abolished and: the highly con-
troversial Oil Rights Bill has been placed
upon the Statute Book.

The life of the House of Assembly has
been extended to three years and members
of the House and Executive have been given
salaries to recompense them for their
services,

A Bill making provision for holidays
with pay failed to pass the Legislative
Council, and recommendations for grant-
ing financial assistance to the Pottery
Industry likewise failed to meet with the
approval of the Upper Chamber.

The House has passed a Resolution ask-
ing that members conducting Government
be granted Ministerial status. The achieve-
ments in the realm of politics have been
reasonable and except for the Bill vesting
Oil Rights in the Governor-in-Executive
Committee, have generally met with the
approval of public opinion.

It is rather in what has not been done
than in the positive results that criticism
may be well-founded. No means to halt
the ever spiralling cost of living has yet
been devised; the educational policy to be
adopted both in respect of Secondary and
Elementary Schools needs clarification and
a bold approach if the present problems
are to be overcome.

The Reports on Local Government and
the Deep Water Harbour await the approval
and implementation of the Legislature.
Members of the public await with eager
interest the debate on the Report of the
Standing Closer Association Committee.

In the ensuing Session it is imperative
that the Government should devote their
undivided energies to the grave economic
prospects that confront the island, In
struggling to deal with the economic posi-
tion, no spectacular political triumph may
be achieved but success in that field will
redound to the benefit of the people far
more than the enactment of political legis-
lation.

Over all there hangs the continued policy
of the Imperial Government restricting,
controlling and harassing the activities of
businessmen, perpetuating the high cost
of living and creating discontent and dis-
satisfaction in Barbadian life.

It is to these important matters that the
people demand that attention be paid. It
is on the record of their success or failure
in these matters that the electorate will
judge their representatives when they
must again seek the people’s favour,

The time has also come when members
of the Government can forget the age old
tales of exploitation. Members of the
House of Assembly should cease to rant
about what they call the three hundred
year exploitation of “the monied classes”.
Statesmanship requires that a sense of
unity be fostered rather than a harping on
the past shortcomings of particular groups
—an exercise requiring little political
ability.

Certain Members are still too prone to
inject the question of colour into matters
in which colour plays no part and its men-
tion can only serve to arouse an emotional
outburst. It is right that Members should
be vigilant to ensure that discrimination
based on colour should have no part in
Barbadian life but at present there are some
who see the spectre of colour in every
question that occupies the attention of the
Assembly.

If Members omit reference
when reference can serve no useful purpose the
great econmic problems of the day can be tackled
in an atmosphere more conducive to success.
Economic stability and prosperity is the founda-
tion on which all else rests. Without it the
most grandiose schemes will be of no avail and
the standard of Barbadian life will remain piti-
fully low—a reproach to Barbadians and their
leaders.

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LONDON.

Winston Churchill was in better
form than I have ever heard him
since the war. Reading the text
of his remarkable speech on
foreign affairs does not give the
full measure of its strength. Each
word in every sentence fell into
placé; with each phrase the em-
phasis and emotion of that remark-
able voice changed to suit the
words. It is easy to think of
Churchill as a fighting man
thundering forth his advice, growl-
ing his contempt, as he did during
the war, and denouncing the ini-
quities of a Government he des-
pises. But this rotund, elderly,
bald-headed figure standing at the
despatch box, facing the timid
Prime Minister and the silent
ranks on Labour Benches, gathered
a grandeur. What deeper ring of
contempt could he have placed in
his voice than he used when
referring to the petty follies that
have marred our policy to con-
quered Germany? Could an old
opponent have been more generous
than Winston Churchill was to
de Gaulle, the French leader, in
friendship between France and
quoting his speech on the need for
Germany? Struck dumb by the
eloquence of the strategist, the
war leader, not even the most
arrogant of Labour interrupters
could find a place to raise his voice
during this speech. Slowly but with
ever-growing force Churchill
mounted the full strength of his
scheme for a powerful, defensive
and united Europe to stand against
the threat of Soviet aggression
Who could plead better than he
for real understanding and unity
of purpose, in peace and war,
between France and Germany?
For it was Winston Churchill who
showed the strength of his purpose
and the gift of imagination in
offering union between Britain and
France at the moment when
France stood yn her darkest hour
—nearly ten years ago. Those ten
years since he taok office seem to
have borne but lightly on the
resilient statesman. It was a
pleasure, as much to his political
opponents, as to his friends to hear

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Europe

By David Temple Roberts

it. The main sphere of Communist
activity was to be action in unions
and factories. This week that
austere asseably, the House of
Lords, has heard some pungent
words on Communism—and par-
ticularly on wny inteiligent men

can bring themselves to join this
astonishingly autocratic organisa~-
tion operating in the
an alien power. Lord Vansittart
was the most striking speaker. He- pital, and above all, he has lost
asked for some radical measures to the all-important sense of respon-
root out Communism. In particular
he thought the B.B.C., (and the
British Council), often gave Com-
munists chances to air their views.
There is not entire agreement with
cord Vansittart here. Some think

interests of



that it is better to defeat Com- were
munism openly than to drive it
anderground, But there is agree-
ment that care should be taken
to prevent known Communists
obtaining key positions. According
ts the unwritten constitution of
this country the holding of opinions
and the eapression of them is free
—but there
right for a man to have a particu-
lar job, The Manchester Guardian,
the vocal guardian of the liberal
tradition,
should seek a moderate course—
between the witch-hunting of the
United States and the laxity of
france—in
Communists in our midst. In the

is no constitutional
suggests

that Britain

its treatment of the

debate the point was made that
Communism in the Colonies
emanated from London and was
directed from London. The pow-
ers of Governors to send home
disloyal elements who come to a
Colony to agitate was being evaded
by cunning Communist agitators
who kept their key men at work
in little committees in London and
‘ ‘ opera 2 i 5
Communists and Communism oo It er eee om
Since I last reported on thé the affair of Seretse Khama nas
sickly state of Communism in offered these agitators an opvor-
Britain the little band of Moscow's tunity to pray on the minds of

Churchill restored from gloomy
headshakings In the last Parlia-
ment to this stature of an orator’s
domination in the new Parliament.
To those who were fortunate to
near him, this speech will be a
memorable occasion. There has
been no such moment in our Par-
liament since the war.

feeblest brood in Europe
changed its tune. After

admitted Parliament was not for

(Our London Corrrespondent)
April Ist, 1950.
Big schemes are now 1n progress
to improve Colonial Police Forces.
As part of the plan twelve gazetted
officers from different colonies are
now in this country undergoing an
extensive training course at the
internationally famous Police Col-
lege at Hendon.

From the West Indies has come
Inspector Claudius Roberts, high-
est non-commissioned officer of
the 120 strong Dominica Police
Force. He has eighteen years ser-
vice to his credit and has recently
applied for promotion. If he is
successful in his course examina~
tions he may become one of the
first West Indians to be promoted
to commissioned rank in the peace-
time police force.

The course is a stiff one, em-
bracing all aspects of police work.
The first four months are devoted
to theory and for the remaining
period the colonial police officers
will be seconded to various city

and country police forces for
practical training,
Already they have received

lectures in crime detection and
prevention, from top-ranking
Scotland Yard experts. Later this
month they will undergo au exam-
ination based on the various sub-
jects dealt with by the lecturer.

One aspect of police work which
is. completely new to Inspector
Roberts has impressed him con-
siderably. That is the British
system of finger-printing suspects
and criminals, In Dominica there
is no legislation for finger-printing
people brought in by the police
but Inspector Roberts feels that
it is a system which could be used
to great advantage.

As part of his training he has
visited the famous finger-printing
department at Scotland Yard in
which millions of files are kept
containing records of all police
cases, He was completely astound-

[ed at the way in which any one

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set of prints could be traced and
identified within five or ten
minutes.

New also to him is the British
system of training Alsatian dogs
to play their part in police work.
So far he has not had the oppor-
tunity to see any of these dogs in
action but later in the course he

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Today's Thought

“Democracy will always be
in danger unless it can im-
prove continually by training
its citizens to use the franchise
intelligently, to eliminate the
racketeer and the self-seeking
politician, and to co-operate
consistently in promoting a
Government under which a
wrong to the humblest is an
affront to all.”

~-Hon. FRANK MURPHY.

U.S.A. Attorney-General
(1940).



Just Your Doctor

Free medicine is popular in
Britain, there is no doubf of that.
The Conservatives do not oppose
the National Health scheme—ana
they would be politically unwise
to try. But there are many eriti-
cisms being made of the effects of
the scheme on the way we are
being treated by the doctors. A
report that makes human and in-
teresting reading has just come
gut describing the poor state t-
which the overworked family
doctor has been relegated. In the
old days he was the responsible
man. Now he has become a signer
of forms, an official to be passed |
by the sick on the way to a hos-

sibility for each individual patient.
At the worst the overworked doc-
tor thinks of his patients as so
many cards in a file. At the best
the conscientious man is barred
from attending in hospital a man
he has skilfully diagnosed and

|



CURTAIN IN. fMUNGARY

Dr. Zoltan Pfeiffer, former State |
Secretary of Justice of Hungary, here-
with discloses for the first time the real |
“Iron Curtain” behind which Soviet
Russia is building its might in that
Satellite Nation. Few refugees have been
able to escape the terror through this
ivou eurtain, but from them Dr, Pfeiffer
has learned the full import of the recent
“treason and spy” tricks in Hungary.
In 1947, Dr. Pfeiffer was forced to flee to
the United States with his family. Here,
~ he is acting as one of the leaders of a

Democratic “National, Council” in exile.

By Dr. Zoltan Pfeiffer

Former Secretary Of Justice.
Hungarian Government

NEW YORK.
The Iron Curtain that divides Hungary
from the rest of the world actually is a

passed on through the state medi- barrier of iron.

cal mechanism. Not all this is the
fault of the Minister of Health or
his scheme. Partly it is up to the
profession of medicine itself, in

Reports out of the communist satellite
nation today reveal Hungary is surrounded
by a fence of heavy strands of barbed wire—

this country, to restore the status-| electrically charged.

of its “General Practitioners”.
There is always a tendency for
the highly qualified expert to raise
himself up until he is out of touch
with the rank «and «file. The

Hundreds and thousands of hapless Hun-
garians recently seeking to flee from the
barbarism and oppression of the Soviet-
imposed dictatorship, have paid with their

National Health Service has help-} jives in a futile attempt to gain freedom.

ed on this tendency. Doctors now
find that all the great benefits they
promised—new _ buildings,
secretarial assistance, better equip-
ment—have been cut down as the
cost of the scheme mounted. But
the hospitals, which have to be
kept up and certainly need im-
proving, have prospered relative to
the “General Practitioner.” Doc-
tors are, perhaps, the most dis-
gruntled and, dissatisfied profes-
sion in Britain to-day.

Not Another Shakespeare ?
I doubt, sincerely, whether
Christopher Fry will ever rank
among the great figures of our
literature who have written for
the stage. But he has one point in
common with the Bard. He
writes in verse, and it is verse
that is personal, not obscure, but
original and difficult to under-
stand. When Shakespeare was at
work his way of writing was brand
new. Christopher Fry also has
achieved the unique success of

packing theatres in London with |

plays written in verse—and not
what would be called popular jin-
gles. “Venus Observed” with a
telescope in the middle of the
stage is perhaps the most popular
of London plays this Easter. And
I hear another of Fry’s plays, that
he wrote some years ago, has now
been elevated to a classic by being
played to an audience at low

don. Such is fame.

will visit one of the police schools
where they are trained.

During his eighteen years in tne
force—he joined the Leeward

For this Iron Curtain is heavily patrolled
by special border police, combing the frontier
with bloodhounds. Other guards stand duty
on towers, keeping a sharp watch by day
and piercing the frightened night with wide | |
sweeps of bright search-lights. '

It is becoming increasingly evident that
within Hungary, Moscow is building its
might against the future. I have learned]
from the underground that functions none- %

theless, and through refugees who have %
made their escape, that Moscow today is x
mounting its might in the area within Hun-|%

gary near the Yugoslav border.

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a Communist who won’t follow the Krem-
lin line right down to the letter.

And there is reason to believe that th
stranglehold ‘on Czechoslovakia isn’t as
complete as that which the Soviet maintains
in Hungary under the puppet dictator,
Matyas Rakosi.

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To keep the lid on the slave dictatorship
that enforces these trials, Rakosi and his
Moscow advisers have picked the officers
and troops best suited to their purpose.

Along the border, guarding the path to
freedom against all who want to escape,
are elite troops of the state police under
the command of Gen, Revesz, an old Com-
munist who replaced the famous General
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Gen. Revesz is a reliable tool of Rakosi
and has become famous for his cruel effici-
ency. Revsz is a newly created general who
learned his strategy at the time when he
was the leader of a Communist under-



Islands Police in 1932—Inspector
Roberts has had several thrilling
experiences. On one occasion he
recaptured within two and a half
hours a dangerous criminal who
had broken out of jail, In an effort
to avoid detection the man had
disguised himself in female cloth-
ing and there was great surprise
at the police station when Inspec-
tor Roberts came back bringing in
a prisoner wearing a dress.

Outstanding among all his recol-
lections however was one night
during the war when with a squad
of twelve he prevented a riot
among five hundred Frenchmen
who arrived in the Leewards from
neighbouring French islands.

This is his story: “The call
came through to the Police station
that five hundred Frenchmen were
causing trouble down in the town.
I took a squad of twelve men
and marched them down to within
forty yards of the mob where I
halted them. I could see big piles
of stones had been gathered by
the Frenchmen and I knew it
would not require much provoca-
tion for serious trouble to begin.

“I walked up to the mob alone,
having told my assistant officer
that if anything happened to me
he should take the remainder of
the men back to the Police Station
and get help as soon as possible.

It was touch and go for a couple}

of minutes but I spoke to them
and told them to go back to their
homes, At first I thought they
were not going to take any notice.

Then the ringleaders turned away |

and the rest folowed. I was ex-
tremely glad to see them go so
easily.”

Inspector Roberts is unlikely to
run into any similar trouble while
he is on course in England.



ground group in Nazi occupied Hungary.

Gen Renesz now commands 10,000 well-
trained and excellently equipped “frontier
hunters” in addition to his secret police,

The “frontier hunters” are a semi-milic |
tary force which could be added at any}
time to the regular army. Their training|
is supervised by a high Russian officer of
the notorious MVD, the secret police of the
Soviet Union.

Most loopholes in the Iron Curtain have
been closed during the last few months.
A great number of land mines were laid in
the dense forests which had _ previously
given some protection to the fugitives and the
waterways leading to Austria such as the
Danube, and the Lake Pertoe are now pat-
rolled by police motor boats.

Hungarian circles in Vienna estimate that
of the thousands who tried to escape toward
Austria during the last few months, only
about 10 per cent reached safety.

A recent report said that a group of 21
Hungarians, including a high Hungarian
officer and his family of three, a Catholic
priest, a young university student and the
Countess Juliska Nadasdy, only two suc-
ceeded in escaping through the Iron
Curtain.

Eight others were killed by an exploding
jland mine and 11 were wounded by bullets
lof the alarmed “frontier hunters”. Three
of the wounded were able to reach the
nearby Austrian town, Guessing, where
they were brought to a hospital.

Guessing, however, is in the Russian
occupation zone, and under the pressure ot
the Russian authorities, even these three
were sent back to Hungary, by the Austrian
police. None of them was ever heard of
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SIR.—You complain that little
interest is shown in the suggested
policy of Confederation. That
you receive letters on all sorts of
subjects except that. Well let me
deal shortly with one aspect of
that subject—Economy.

At present we have in Barba-
dos .a paid House of Assembly,
numerous Civil Servants, and a
Governor. Does the man in the
Street understand that not in lieu
of all this but on top of all this
we are invited to impose the re-
gim~> of a Governor General and
his redundant staff, very highly
paid additional officials, and
members of a Federal Legislature
And what will they do? We in
Barbados will still continue
legislate for ourselves as regards
purely Barbadian interests, and
have in addition to help support
a Federal entourage with its
cumbrous impediments.

We are told that an initial ex-

to

penditure of £180,000 a year will
be the cost of this experiment, but
does anyone think that our lia-
bility will rest there? Will it not
resemble Bevan’'s Health Service
now and then demanding larger
contributions.

The comparison with the Fed-
eration of Canada and Australia
is illusory. In those cases we are
dealing with countries whose in-
dividual Provinces are large and
wealthy, and have important re-
sources and natural wealth. Here
in the West Indies we have small
and poor communities some of
whom balance their meagre bud-
gets with difficulty or not at all.




We have no preponderant wheat,
mineral, or wool industry to rely
on. In Barbados 200,060 peopl
cluster, who for the mos art
find a difficulty in making :
ing. In addition to cur own costs
of Government we are no
vited to contribute to the

costs of a Federal-edifice. Is it not
wise to paus j t ler



the money is to come from? More
taxation would be intolerable,
and increase the cost af living to
our people already near the bor-
der of penury. Pursuing the “will
o’ the wisp" of self-government
we may find ourselves in a_finan-
cial mess from which the British
Government may or may not ex-
tricate us at a price. Self-gov-
ernment will neither feed us nor
increase our sugar output, nor find
us markets. We must not be led
astray by a nice sounding word
that pleases the ear. Self-Gov-
ernment is the legitimate aim of a
wealthy country that can afford it.
We may take it a’ an axiom that



there can be no independence
without economic independence.

keep thinking of the fable tf

H They had a g Hog

i i him dull, heavy, and

They therefore

Stork instead, who

eat them up, Oo
be interestea iii
Government, < i ything elss

One uim reason for the

gested Federation is thus stated-—
“The enabling of all the separate
islands to act together, and speak
with one compelling voice.”

I do not know who is to be
compelled by this loud voice.
Personally a loud voice never
compels me. But surely these
islands do combine and do
act together when a question of
general interest arises.) We have
a cleay example now existing. We
all pulied together on the sugar
question. We put a considered
and agreed plan before the Brit-
ish Government, and have just
received a sharp rap on the
knuckles, and does anyone doubt
that the snub would have been

just as effective and pronounced
if the request had been put f
ward by i Goverr Ge
backed by a House an Se
So we have had the snub and
saved the expense of a Federal
incubus

If we have noney
would it not be better to



it in improving our Hospital, our
roads (taking off dangerous

corners) the houses of our peo
ple, keeping down the costs +f
living, ‘nancing emigration. I
think that the helping of ow

redundant population to find
new homes abroad is the problem

that calls for the gravest con
sideration. Do our Legislators
ever consider what the position
will be here in ten years time

in 20 years? All our effarts
should be put forth in the en-

deavour to solve this urgent and

dangerous problem, whose solu
tion will require money-—a great
deal of money
This is a more pressing an
important matter than Federatic
There



have the plan discussed than to
sit silent and drift into it with-
out consideration,

Let us hear what our leading
merchants, planters, and John
Citizen think of it,

E. C, JACKMAN,
Or Two?

To, The Editor, The Advocate
SIR,—I hope that the manage-
ment of the Barbados Electric
Company will do all in their
power to permit us to see a
Matinee or two at the Cinemas |
curing the








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that one point he should stress was
the neglect of the Colonial Office.
Six months ago, they knew that}

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: a concert of. recorded a ae
the Colonial Secretary, Mr. Per- music devoted to the works of} :
COLONIAL SECRETARY owne would be promoted and} a Brahms and Tchaikovsky, |

probably {wo months ago, they | The programme is :-— — .
knew that the Assistant Colonial | Academic Festival Overture—Brahms, te & ®&

House Dis . ree aeesetary,. Mr. Campball wl oe on a theme of Haydn— x :
going to promoted, but they did | rahms.

ag: not think of selecting someone to | Songs — Brahms. ¢. CARLTON BROWN}

send out to Barbados |

THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL yesterday adopted the
reply of the Select Committee appointed by them to con-
sider the secondment of a principal officer from the Colonial
Office to act as Colonial Secretary of Barbados until the

arrival of the substantive holder of the office.

The reply drafted by the Select
Committee first expressed to the
Governor its regret that it nad
not been found convenient to fill
the temporar? vacancy from the
local Civil Service, as had been
done on similar occasions in the

mittee that had considered
Message from the Governor.

He told the Council that he re-
gretted sincerely that after so
many years of running their own
affairs in the island, they had been
reduced vo the situation mention-
ed in the despatch.

the

outside would have to be passed

by the House, the Government

had wisely submitted the matter

for their consideration.

The views of the Committee
did not coincide in every respect
with his, but the majority had

Stoute had acted in that capacity
and if they had so acted, no one
but those officials who felt that
certain local Civil Servants should
fill only junior positions could
have advised the Governor that
the local men could not fill this
position,

He felt that the Colonial Office |
had sadly neglected Barbados and |
it was a disgraceful display of neg- |
ligence on their part. M

Mr. W. A. Crawford (C) said
that apparently the honourable!
senior member for St. Thomas was |
not prepared to be a merci |
in so far as this matter was con-
cerned. He was not prepared tu
dance that day while others pull-/
ed the strings.

One would have expected that,

with the approval of members of
the House who sat on the Execu-
tive. They were told that one of
the reasons for the proposed
secondment of this U.K. official
was that the arrangement would
give a permanent official of the
Colonial Office, first hand experi-





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‘st rived here yesterday. At the left of the picture is Dennis Knowles, | “J>,OLPHIN OUTSIDE” ras the| Box (Medium) .... .$1.04
He would assure members of the ~ The work had increased, but the ence of local conditions and prob- alias “Inches”, 22-year-old of Antigua, cry hear “=e pea Was the Filled Easter Egg (Choc)
Council that the Select Committee nature of the work remained the lems and should be of more last- ' f districts ‘of St x ani many of’ the OES vs 4i cys eee o ee Pkee
had considered all the circum- came, There were brilliant men ing benefit to the island. ce 99 night = St, Joseph on Monday Filled Easter Egg
nd he wee nding the matter, locally who could perform the . Mr. Crawford said that the| 66 Inches Draws a Crowd was made by fishermen. (Phin vom SSE Se
% i 3 : ‘ as made by fishermen. Rab sag: SST ey ;
alae Senate” Without Work, adequately. There was an ieonslieny of the Government Phas cereal tant et dich tal “eck Coser
: : C ’ 1 istant Colonial Secretary who party was astonishing. was : a lorry. ‘| ¥ Carriage ....., $1.28
serfously disrupting the efficient 355!S . ; they who were claiming that the , > 7 66 . 29 j sor Easter E R
working of the Department, not he was told, could not act because coer wad ripe for intadoiet 4ft. Antiguan is Pet of Caribbee eee RUSSELL, a servant Desk Petaat in 31.24
to second someone to do that tem- eae ae then be two Assistant ctatus and other political ad- os * Mrs. Gerald King reported Card Easter Egg ‘containing
i - i * : ii abs ” . ‘ 2 rceny o $2 ‘ > Z 2
porary workin the Colonial Seere ‘he aur ee ene vancement to the point at which MOTOR SHIP “Caribbee”, as it sailed to its berth in ianlane vesteraee oo Seen hae and Barley Sugar .,..3/-
tary’s office. Pi ded fn ae cra ae i they could conduct their own) the Careenage yesterday, brought a surprise for the crowd “PYHERE Will be a pec al Y eed u ; solr ac; Marshmallow Cigars
Hon’ble G. D. L. Pile seconded around in the Civil Service, that affairs. Niele Around an _ aA os ate more Oe oe eg ees recital of ou speed up innumer- Soir de Paris Easter Egg
the motion for adoption of the certain imported officials and ad- They themselves wanted to} Which flocked around. “A little, tiny man”, as he was ., Maunder’s “Olivet to Calvary able farming jobs. ..cut , Perfume Novelty .....3/6
reply. ; visers to the Governor believed become ministers of the Govern-| described by some pepole, was on board. i eee Chapel on Good | farm machine operation Easter Egg in Glass
Hon’ble J. D. Chandler said that that while certain Civil Servants ment. Certainly if they had ° Dennis Knowles, better known "S oy) veeinning at 7.30 p m, costs... when you use . 1/9, 2/6, 3/- & 3/3
. the Committee had no doubt gone were worthy of being awarded an reached that stage, it was of Le Couneil as “Inches,” brought roars of a 0. _—. will be Miss Y. Austin, | Se rielica rte te axe Easter Egg in Milk Jug . .2/3
. ts cg Goat et beedlogete 3 M.B.E., they could not rise to the greater advantage and “more £- laughter from the crowd when he al a re Mr. W Atherly | : 3 : a ee Egz in Sugar
uation, and they had rec top ranks of the administravion. lasting benefit’ to the colony if made his first appearance from ®"¢ Mr. A. Nurse aap seen Ore AN. OGIOE Me a is cae id 3
a that there was little else to do The Committee was told that a local officer be appointed to | ribute Sir some part of the ship on the deck aa collection will be taken) mechanical equipment. Plastic Easter Egg with
Rs to agree with the 5 oon mace there was difficulty in filling act in the post and acquire the Knowles, a 22-year old Antiguan 4 9p “WATSON eeabA3 EXIDE Batteries give Rubber Doll ......... 5/6
in ae Governors Message. a,’ two such vacancies, but he necessary experience. standing about 4 feet and approx- Sc ABEIA Thee 8 you extra power j Easter Chick with 2
I would like to put on record, ; If as they hoped, they were imately 90 pounds of weight, was ~* Hopefield Plantation, Christ | . | Chocolate Eggs ...... *
“that I t Wondered what was wrong with u son ; stead fo ‘ | ss 6/
Mr. Chandler said, | that I canno i i - going on to self-government, of seeing Barbados for the first time Church, said that the storeroon Ol! » Serr Sieeek SOS
*; understand the policy of the Col- men like Mr. Hinds and Mr. hat use to the colony would ba) s ee hes h his the plantation was broken and en-| ° nomical performance SEE OUR SH y
i, onial Office in the delay they Rocheford in the Service. Why he Genitiotes of local conditions ware sauaeelve Council yester- frig Se Reepene, ee tered between 9 pm, on ‘Sunday year in and year our r i: a
t habitually make in filling a post, should they not bring back (oi ,6q by the Colonial Office offi- Gondinlence 1 pbc ger Pt Wearing short khaki trousers 294 6 a.m. on Monday and ten i Get your supply To-day
although they must know well in Mr. Bishop to that, office tem- cial. family ofthe late Sir Jel nk = and a cream vest, he ambled bags of potash manure valued at THE | 4
# advance that it wil] "be vacant. porarily. Obviously, the correct position} son Kt. O.B.E *y D Om iste. sound the, bok shaping as a $47.88 stolen. LONG LIFE | from
if The Governor’s Message point- If it was felt that Mr. Barton to be adopted was to give the a: aati athe Aes 1 = Was boxer and demonstrating to the [pAeneer JOHNSON of Year- “|
ed out, Mr. Chandler said, i - could fot act what then did they training and experience to a local years, including ae. aaa =e onlookers. what.he called Ahe zignt wood's Land, Black Rock, was BATTERY! ‘ ;
Perowne had been appointe h 4 think of a man like Mr. J. W. B. man. It was sheer inconsistency | President veers 88 jab (his knees touching the detained at the General Hospital Dependable Batteri BRUCE WEATHERHEAD
another post. Mr. Perowne qt Chenery? They should either ap- and stupidity on the part of the Speakers on the Resolution gtund when he weaved to jab). on Saturday when he was involved 098 tgp oe tor htm ,
left Barbados in eee anc point the next officer to the Government. to adopt any other} were Hon'ble DG ein “Inches” legs from hip to ankle in an accident on Seclusion Road for 61 Years! |
ee nt eee ee Campbell Colonial Secretary to act and course. 9 (President), Hon’ble J. D Chand- measure about 1{¢/Ging., andhis ahr oie tee Eve ee a aes LTD,
me ‘ juni tain ex- ? pt ot oa 4r body abouw 2ft. Gins. He 4nd driven by Everton Blackman
was also due fot leave and proba- ee on « Suitapia, lonek Wenn aan Hon'ble Dr. H. G. Mas- ge well develuad chaal and of Seclusion Road. Ilead of Broad Street
bly promotion. : ; person from outside the Service _ The party responsible for the|” ‘p),. President speaking before head with hands and legs to suit HE MOTOR CAR X.1074,|;
It was not in his province to +. nat introduction of Government affairs | t},, regular Wasinace a rol Cc He told the “Advocate” yester- owned and driven by Edward! Dasthinitond Bity -orac he
criticize the wording of a Message . in the House were telling them at cil began, said Sir John hz i Naar day that his parents were both Patrick Minnett of Eastmond. St ey re eee SSS
é from the Head of the ‘ieee. There was one point they that stage, that a U.K. official ahs ace. te Bony = ne = : big people. His father is a black- John, was.involved in erisaottens
tion, but it seemed to him eth should, however, remember. The should come down and work in eed "tae Hah ets wE i ‘+. smith of Antigua while his mother with the bicycle M.366, owned by “ae Bus a aagsnaa SBargsa
would have put the situation muc political position as it stcod was the Secretariat and with the ex- wphigh hal ae ac. .P aay is dead. He has a sister called Eric Barker of Westbury Road and|{® @ @ 8 8B @ “BRARA SB B48 BF
weeeh Doe a aeeee 0 ao different from that which obtain- perience gained would be of some Giniie ie edt tek . Pl Pearl who is the same height. ridden by Lawrence Crawford of
that the secondment o ite C d nad benefit to the colony. ' ; Le pee ae Pearl has a child Lower Gills Road on Monday on
ial Office would be ed when men like Capt. Ree : the Council and while he had . ve Meek yy ye EE Oa ' fal Nn ott Shona ere tar: a
| oe Colony, it had acted. The Colonial S*-vete~- was _He thought that it was the other Bean ith President. In Antigua, “Inches live swith Wellington Street. The bicycle Fresh for your
| code said that it would be of last- in the unfortunate position under the eee we on onan. — He was sure. said Mr. Leacock, the manager of the Restaurant was damaged. Pets!!
, S. y . s : Bi - “ 2 a 4 = , ae ‘ ° re } >| rte: : Ss I c ae . .
; ing benefit té the Colonial Office. present conditions of being chiet oe pest a divers then. Sotiee that they would all appreciate a ee oy tin hin Gate ake, Seidte heen — aie - ) I 1
(a oe ae tke nee Tecan en ee —— be of some ere oF eet Sela ete See His favourite trick for oe on Monday, between a donkey | PURINA DOG CHOW
. : ‘ enelit to the colony. ; ~ pa es seemed to be picking up a lighted cart owned by Purity Bakery and ;
: The Council’ adopted the Reply. a Labour Party was in power. ~ yy. Crawford said that there lution, text of which follows: - srs Cigarette off the ground with his driven by Clarence Roach of Cae PURINA RABBIT CHOW
They therefore had to choose a 1 7 th d- Resolved: That the Members r ; G i
THE HOUSE y was not a single post in the a of the Legislative C si] have lips without bending his legs. rington Village and a motor roller
” erent ebet ab tien cladaaes anita. ot. Can. colgny “that | receive with, since ie tegret the Captain Gumbs thinks “Inches” of the Department of Highways & |
ti 1 asa ernment’s point of view adequate- that of Governor back down that awed area soe a om amend sobek He calls him his Transport which was drive by| ts Sete danencte. Ok tal
t The House of sey yee : ve ly and sympathetically in the could not be filled by a local man Hutson, Kt. OBE V.D.. who Chief Officer. He has already Clyde Smith of Richmond Gap. | Distributors.
a adopted the Regort oo: oe. Seen Other Place. or West Indian. ; was a ‘member of. this Council taken him to Dominica and will The donkey was injured, | :
Committee appointed to consider “Wot to his mind presented the As the honourable senior mem- Bee Of this } be making a round trip with him. ">NHE MOTOR BUS, M.1332.| ———
a draft reply to the . ber for the City had said, they had for twenty-four years including aIng i ae » the ’
oor een ssage No *12/1950 Government with the oe heated eee in the per two years as President. They ‘“Inches”’ is . ae owned by the Lincoln Bu oi
OVErNOr's MOGs , difficulty in filling the appoint- < A 7 - jesire to express to his widow crew and what could be callec Company and driven by Laurie =
} regarding proposals for be sd ment. He and the Committee Son of Mr. Barton. It a te aa to "ome mibeabnes of his pet of the skipper of the Polkes of Station Hill was involved
is ondment of a Principal Officer felt, however, that the Head of Teason or other he ome he : family thele comdelence ona “Caribbee”. in an accident on. Monday about
_ from the Colonial Office until the 1.” Administration could over- anne eee Saaae reg sympathy together with their 40 p.m. with a bicycle M,2622,
i arrival of the substantive holder come the difficulty without going paint neaehen: to go to the other high appreciation of his out+ aaees bo were pore New
es catiel . —<<) arracks o é ‘iis Road, C s |
“tthe Comrnittes in their report utside the ene. (B) said that ranches of the service, not naceee standing services to the Island 2 000 B Ss Of Church ‘and ridden’ by “Winston (4 ‘en
: : Mr. E. D. Mottley Said thal sarily the administrative brane — i nine ' $ ag ‘6 dc NOt ene Steet }
said that the House agreed that he was at a loss to understand how but “perhaps the Judiciary and sw en te ate tion Hut at a ridder % te
I aes ctentaieet 6e ae: $800 a a Government could attempt to second an officer from there. so, he said he did not propose to Riee Arrive bar The handle aad f rk of the
i i *s Mes- ;.. so, he sa 2 se te 5, » hi > and fork o
mentioned in the Governor's oe bring down such a measure. He “fe was at a loss to understand say much. He had. had the bicycle were damaged,
= sage would seriously weaken the ¢oyjq not understand any Govern~ what benefit the colony would rivilege of serving in-the Council OMMANDER = DIXON
Secretariat. ment coming to the House and qeyive by bringing down an offi ander th Presid tp f Sir John F B G Worthi ‘hrist- Church
) The House, however could not honestly expecting them even to cer from the Colonial Office to fii} U24e ee residenc) of Sic Jom, rom else Worthing, Christ Church
concur with the proposals con- agree with it. He was quive sure this temporary acting appoin\- ae at a eee eae one reported the loss of an automatic
tained in the Governor’s Message, that members would not allow any ment, He also wanted to know xr “He time fe high’ m A shipment of 2,000 bags of Pistol valued $50 and 50 rounds

opinion

se
message to come before the Hou they held of him. So it was quite

. as they felt that suitable arrange- ee ee ea 2 me what more information the Colo- rice from British Guiana arrived Of ammunition between January
which cou e taken as a § ,



i ffice could want about Bar- ; ee Serres ies 4, here yesterday y >» %4-ton 15 and March.
— Sas teen bate ca was but a snare at the Civil Es- eens they had tne’ Govern- | U2Nee*ssary for him ‘to say much Sear ae — ene RACQU ETS
oe i his tablishment and vhe people of Bar- or on the spot in addition to the | today. ; »mbers Which is consigned to the Schoon- —
" be appointed to act during this tae Colonial Secretary and Assistants There might be other members @ Owners! Aasbeinten
period. After all the money they had who were Englishmen as well as ee aed oe ae “+ gpd eee The “Frances Ww. Smith” has All is uiet
Mr. F. L. Walcott (L), a member spent on education, were they to several other experts in the Carib- oa to me Something eC fe also brought 600 bags of heavy
of the Committee, put in a miuur- stand down? Were they to believe bean. \ :



i this country would bear this in Ne x 5
xnew of the ability of Mr, Chen- td 7 or Ie C a
on the spot. He had every reason ¢ryand Mr. Vaughn, as anybeay WO mantintive. tev, wil he siti ipieas Sacwell ce Cream in Pae ages—to take home
, to believe that local officials in would who had ever listened to Mg. D. D. Garner (C) said it ali|Tetire, they wi lees th sane. 18 @ few days all the dirt will
the Civil Service who advised the them at a lecture or any other seemed a very delightful pastime back on es pres bean duty hive been removed from the en-
Head of the Administration 0n place would know. as they were following up the} ‘action and feel tha ix Y the strip of the new runway ai
such matters had so advised him [Jt did not matter how far in old policy of the British People,Jhas been donc Sawell; 2,800 feet has been drill-



ity Keport stating inat he aida not

that because the Acting Colonial

remarks that had been made. He

Apparently ia. the opinion of the would therefore only second the

charcoal, 254 pieces of sawn

greenheart, 100 wallaba posts and

AT THE REEF

} i Administration and : : : E
agree with the Report of tne Secretary was leaving that they head of the motion, 10 tons of firewood.
a Porn ig- 0 bl et en ne ene Se Jocal official whe tae ig Dr. Masia asked the per- | From ‘Trinidad, the “Phyllis The Reef Play Field has not yet
He said the honourable mem-

bers would realise that ine ques-

he did not agree with any sug-
gestion that the idea originated
with or was inspired by officials

in the matter in hand

It was not a matter that had to scarcely bring anybody of such for some three hundred years or|tion, members stood in thei ofthe sub base has been workec te il a ‘
be sent to the House, but since integrity or intelligence. There more. ___ | places. or onftor the first 1,200 feet. Dispensing Cabinet in our Home Products Department
the passage money and othe? were lots of things going on in When they were told the British Nhe arrival of the charterec and attractivel
amounts which occurred in the the Colonial Office which were Government had good intentions Su r Attitude vesie] “Cararas” last week brouglit i ively packaged Ice Cream can now be taken
appointment of an official from ‘keeping the people of the colony for the people of the West Indies, Ea in more héayy equipment, in ;



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able of acting.

One Member had mentioned

the post of Colonial Secretary,
who, all agreed, were not particu-
larly outstanding as to ability. He

England they sought, they could

in economic strangulation,

He wondered what the people
in Jamaica and the other colonies
would say of Barbados, the colony
which had been leading in Educa-










moted to fill the post.

The Secre-| Mission of the President to add

his quota of tribute. For long

of any official on temporary sec-
ondment when a Suitable local
official could be found to do the

“T think, Sir, that if the young
neople who are following on in

the policy they had been pursuing] As the Clerk read the Resolu



the real tenor of the intentions
were quite eviden\.

Anyone who knew anything of an
administrative set-up would say
that one could only learn by prac-

Will Not Help
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Mark” arrived with 50 drums of
domestic gasoline 40 drums of



Equipment

edand blasted and fine grading

cludmg a jarge - réck crushing
plant which was erected over the
week-end and is now in operation
Ten ton rollers and four 6. cubic



begun to function as a centre of





The DeLuxe Soda Founta

away by purchasers.

'-pipt Size—28c.

AND
TABLE-TENNIS

: ; organised activities, When the
tion came down trom te Gov~ Mr, J. W. B. Chenery, but there ee Seniasline fink tatwons tes years, said Dr. Massiah, he had Vaporising oil, 175 drums of “Advocate” visited the site yester-
ernment with the approval of ie were others. Could anyone look Governor and the rest of the ad-| had the pleasure of working with diesolene, 175 drums of diesel day there were just a few boys
: members of the Executive Com- upon Mr, H. A. Vaughn and think ministration and between the| Sir John as a professional man, fuel, 10 drums of lubricating 01 running ‘behind a football. Under
muttee. He could not agree wit that he was not possessed with as Governor and the Government]2nd he had always found his 4d nine drums of cardium com- the shade of the pavilion, nurse BATS & BALLS
ee the views of the members of the much dignity as anybody else? and it was not unlikely that it} practice to be of the best pound. v ras maids gossiped, while the children
, Select Committee. It was only a They had to let it be known that was felt that certain despatches| He could well remember as a — Schooner) W. L. Eunicia” was in their charge enjoyed them-
E fornfality, however, and he would they had men in Barbados who and certain information should not young man, Sir John’s kindness to another arrival yesterday. From eek seen thei lungs with the |g!
just formally move the passing of could fill the office with dignity ‘be allowed to come within the|him on many occasions, and he Dominica it brought 2,000 loose eoee-laden eae .
it. and integrity, He knew of nobody knowledge of a Barbadian official. also remembered With gr atitude ee a bags of copra, five . art = y oO ae omens a the RE THE CHOICE
Mr. R. G. Mapp (L) said that who could fill the post with that The position should remain ex- = ar aoe welogeys _ a of sone ie 1 packeeer, ‘se Ww ae ee yp sich re:
“* the Junior Member for St. James ae Gener ae Vance as chaaivete in the hands of imported we eC i: Messiah) nad - ee ores punches and 1,000 loose fresh pad spall oe = _—e bey
had been the senior member of the “'Y- are oo 4elected| “I think it has been a marvel 4 The fruit of the “W. L Eunicia” level ee eas
willina We ~ Tela on ad tre indecent menmaniaittiin amie who claie- to see that Sir John, in spite 4 wets mainly comprised of oranges __ fee oe ae Oo t
willing to make a Government should not come ives} his strenuous practice was able and grapefruit which have arriv- |
te would move the adoption of the there and tell them that they had * tee naalie tah ee owns to give so canal years of devoted edin ed time for pienicers and 7. ‘ }
Address. ior (ound difficulty in filling the post. and outside, to make it perfectly|service to this colony,” Dr. heusewives for the coming Easter Assize Diary !
He agreed with the Senior [t was indecent and unkind to act clear that they had passed the} Massiah said. I think that anyone hglidays. | ry | A M Pp | O N S
member for St. Peter that the in such a manner. Was:it because stage when they had to import] who studies the life and work of The “Phyllis Mark” and the | WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5
"matter was only an administra~ the men to be seconded to serve officials to run the country. people like Sir John can come to “W. L. Eunicia” are also con- | prasad. ge Mb
; tive one, but it involved matters as Colonial Secretary were men of — ]¢ was also their duty to make it} only one conclusion: that honest signed to the Schooner Owners Rex vemvens Carlisle | | ‘
of principles with which he woulu caer. =. come a turn of events quite clear to the. we Office | vork, integrity and sapdtastnens Association. jowding (|
deal later on in his speech. a * . that they were no going to agre€tin duty will bring their rewarc ek eK — - etn ema —
He would say at the outset that | He had seen men appointed to for one moment to the importation when this. tithe arrives. SESE thee ai





in has installed an Ice Cream

Pint Size—54c.

yard dump trucks as well as 4
tion for so long, when they heard tice. Practice made one matured Dr. H. G. Cummins a member lighting plants have also arrived
Couri of Grand Sessions that in 1950 there was no one in But no matver which party was} of the local Labour Government, This will facilitate working. at
at 10.00 a.m. the island capable to act as Colo~ jn power, the pdlicy of the Britis! } said that all he could say was that night HOME PRODUCTS DEPARTMENT
Police Band at Harrison nial Secretary Government to the West Indies] every West Incian ust depre- jl
College, end of term What was the point in bringing would ever remain the same cate the titude f the Briti ‘ / ~ | aoinaneenpeiiditeaeit tierce
Concert at 2.30 p.m. ne knew nothing of the The West Indies were being} Gover t 25 * I or Assault
Football at Queen's Park ai ice ving uid Rave to be kept to be an outlet for their 1 ugar the « y of the area A fine of 25/- to be paid in one : :
5.00 p.m. hown the ropes t , the same men yfa tured goods, a place where | was principally dependent month or one month’s imprison- | Cc AY E; SHEPHERD & CO LTD
Basket Ball at Harrison who were cenied it : their sons and daughters could find It was matter which the ment was imposed on Vernese} 4 4 le
sane, at 5.00 yea ‘i e 9 . = aoe. (8) Said jobs. They did not care whether | attitude of the West Indies wag Smith of Jac en His Worship | " ” _ 7” "
Mobile Cinema, Apes ill lat ne knew time was getting on, th. islands nt back or forward] Well known t t tend Mr. E McLeod yesterd: } 3
Plantation Yard, St. James but he could not give a silent vote ~ eee Siar tenis he ee | to improve elati between the 2% ? — i 1 ity > ? 10 N, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET,
at 7.30 p.m n the He supported the territories and the United Ki : i repay i@ Message and the ught e On page ~ . Ten ge ee

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1950







IN MEMORIAM

In loving memory of our only
CLYDE AUSTIN HOLDER who

brother
fell





—

CLASSIFIED ADS.





FOR RENT











asleep on April 5th, 1949. | HOUSES

We cannot Lori Thy purpose see,

But all is well that’s done by Thee ' ROOMS—4 bedrooms, Dining & Draw-
Ever to be remembered by his sisters, ins room At “Fransdale” Bay Street
Mrs. Mable Brathwaite U.S.A., Mrs | Approved Tenants. 2.4,50—3n
Winnifred Cheesman U.S.A. Mr. and} _-—

Mrs. Alfred Forde, Glyre Austin Forde. BLUE HOUSE—Lucas Street. A de-
5 4 50—In. | sirable business stand. With or without
ov fixtures and furniture. Contact immedi-

In ever loving* memory of our dear} ately Thani Bros., Prince William Henry
mother HANNAH LOUISE STRAKER} Street. Dial 3466. 31.3.50—t.f.n

who departed this life on April 5th, 1945.
Dear is the grave in which she is laid
Dear are the memories that never shall
fade;
Sweet is the hope that again »we shall
meet
Kneeling together at Jesus’
Da Costa and Vivienne (children), Harold
Angela, Eustice Straker (grandchildren),
Harold Straker (husband).
§.4.50—In.

feet.



In loving memory of our dear husband
and father RENYOLD A. OXLEY, who
fell asleep on April 5th, 1944

Mrs, Miriam Oxley (wife!, Mrs. Muriel
Small, Mrs. Rita Lowe, Mrs. Mildred
Jordan (daughters), Lionel, St. Clair,
Ashton, Fitzgerald, Cyril, Alphonsa, Al-
fred, Evans (F.C.S.), Ivan (sons), 24
grandchildren and 3 great-grands.

5.4.50—1n.





FOR SALE







AUTOMOTIVE

CAR—1—17 Seater Dodge Car, Suitable
to be converted to Van or Pick-up
J. Donovan, Society Garage, = Sar

3.50-—+



———————
TRUCK—FARGO PICKUP AMERICAN furnished
TRUCK. Very little used. Perfect work-| rent by the month. Apply P.O. Box 105

ing order $2,000, Bradshaw & Company.
4,.4.50—2n,

VAN—1948 (June) Fordson 10 cwt.
Light Van mileage under 9,000, owner
driven, In good condition, for viewing
apply: Ralph A. Beard'’s Auction rooms,
Hardwood Alley, 8 a.m. to 12 noon
daily. 4.4.50—3n.



practically new, in
Recently checked over
at Coventry Works. Only done 3000
miles. Absolute bargain at $2,150. ‘On
view at Chelsea Garage or phone 4633.

§,4.50—3n.

eee eens
LIVESTOCK

—_—_— —
MULES—2 large mules. Apply G. L
Harford, Norwood, St. James.

CAR—Vanguard,
perfect condition,

4 4 50—3n.
ee

ELECTRICAL

——$_—
LIGHTING PLANT—One D.C. Lister
Generator Lighting Plant 1 K.W, 110
Volts Petrol driven. Apply E. K. D
Hinkson, Belvedere Plantation, St. Peter.

4.4.50—3n,

RADIOS — Two Ecko Battery Radios
New, selling as second hand. Lashley’s
Limited, Pr. Wm. Henry St.

1.4.50—3n

SETS—Hallicrafter S 4%



RECEIVER

A. Amateur Receiver. Five in stock:
$130.00 Cash. Terms can be arranged
Lashley’s Limited, Pr. Wm. Henry St
Dial 4559.

1.4.50—3n
MISCELLANEOUS
ee

GALVANISE SHEETS in 24 and 26
gauge 6ft., 6ft. Gins. 8ft. and 9ft. lengths
also mild steel plates 1/16, 1/8 ‘4,
6/16 and 3/8 in various sixes. Enquire
Auto Tyre Company, ety

a. yaen n



GALVANISE PIPES & FITINGS, Size
1%, %, 1 inch, 1%, 1%, 2; a - 4 teh
Enquire: Auto Tyre Co., algar St
Phone 16,3.50—t.f.n
SS

GALVANISED PIPE, HERE!—Half-1uch
to Two-inch galvanised pipe, 28c. to $1.09
per foot. A. BARNES & CO., LTD.
25.3.50—t.f.n



a

CAMERA—Kodok Reflex 3.5 Anistigmat
with flash gun attachment and

dark yellow, green and red.
filters; and Weston exposure meter.
Price $350.00 or nearest offer. Telephone
R, S. Nicholls at 3925, between 10 a.m.
and 4 p.m. 4.4,50—t.f.n.





NOTICE

Re Estate of
SAMUEL A, SKEENE

(Deceased.)

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that al
persons having any debt or claims agains’
the Estate of Samuel A. Skeene, deceased
iate of Near Rices in the Parish of St
Philip in this Island, who died in thi
island on the 9th day of September 194
are requested to send in panticulars «
their claims duly attested to the under-
signed J. Me, D, Skeene of Thornbur
Hill, Ch. Ch. on or before the 15th da;
of June 1950 after which date. I sh
procded to distribute the assets, of the
deceased among the parties entitled
thereto, having regard only to such
claims of which I shall then have had
notice and I will net be liable for ti
assets or any part thereof so distributec
to any person of whose debt or claim
shall not then have had notice

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

Dated this 8th day of March 195?

J. McD, SKEENE,

Qualified executor of the Estate of

Samuel A, SKEENE, deceased.

9.3.50—4n



LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Martin Doorly & Co.
Ltd. holder of Liquor License No. 163 of
1950 granted to them in respect of bottom
floor of a 3 storey wall building in Pal-
metto Street, St. Michael, for permission
to use said Liquor License at a wall
building at corner of Dottins Alley, Spry
Street, City.

Dated this 4th day of April, 1950.

To the Police Magistrate, Dist. “A’’.
Signed MARTIN DOORLY & CO., LTD.,
per F, H. LEACH,
Applicants.

N.B.—This application will be-consider-
ed at a Licensing Court to be held at
Police Court, District "A", on Friday the
14th day of April, 1950 at 11 o’clock, a.m,

D. D. MORRIS, Esq.,
Ag. Police Magistrate, Dist. “A’’,
§,4.50—1n.



Barbados Youth Movement

Sunday next being Easter Sunday the
Executive Committee of The Barbados
Youth Movement wishes one and all a
very bright and merry Easter.

Signed,
REV. L. BRUCE-CLARKE,
Lord President and Founder,
REV. J. B. GRANT L.Th.,
Director and Chaplain.
MRS. OLGA BROWNE,
(Gen. Secretary)
§.4,50—1n.





Spend your Easter Holiday

at SILVER WATERS
Silver Sands

For reservation Dial 4462
ask for MRS. WHARTON






—_ Silver Sands,



FOR RENT. From Ist April Upstairs
Premises No. 6 Swan Street. Suitable
for Agency or similar type of business
Contact immediately on Premises No. ¢
Swan Street. 31.3.50—t.f.n.
Se
BUNGALOW, also Flat, facing -ea ma
road, furnished from May ls
All comforts, English baths with hcate
showers, telephones, verandahs Te)
phone 2949. 31.3.50—t.f.n
OFFICE—One Office over Sanita:
Laundry Depot., Marhill Street. Apply
Sanitary Laundry Co. Tel. 3592.
31.3.50—t.f.n



For men only, good rooms, good food
On Sea. Comfort. St. Lawrence. Terms
good. Telephone 8496. 4.4.50—3n

HOUSE—SILVER SANDS HOUSE at

Christ Church, $80.00 per

month. Bradshaw & Co pany.
4.4.50—2n.





HOUSE—One large house on the sea
St. Lawrence. Fully furnished. Dia!
8357 25.3.50.—t.f.n

RIPLEY-ON-SEA— Maxwell Coast. Two
bedrooms, fully furnished for June and
July and from October on, Phone 2250.

5.4.50—2n.





“WHITE SANDS”, St. Lawrence. Fully
three bedroomed house for

for further particulars,
5.4.50—3—





PUBLIC NOTICES







“£25 easily earned by obtaining orders
for private Christmas Cards fron

your friends. No previous experienc

necessary, Write today for beautiful free

Jones, Williams & Co., Dept. 10 Victoria
Works, Preston, Englan“ "



AN ANNOUNCEMENT



efficient s and am quite ready to
collect all your rents at a small charge
of 10%
D'ARCY A. SCOTT,
Magazine Lane.
2.4, 50—Sn .
NOTICE

Signed C. A. SKINNER,
Vestry Clerk,

St. Andrew.

4.4,50—5n,



>

NOTICE

ROCKLEY GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB
Will members please note that the Club
House will closed on Good Friday
April 7th,

Any member wishing to play on the
Course, may do so. He should arrange

be available,
Secretary
5 4 50—2n,





WANTED





HELP

CLERKESS—A Clerkess for a Commis-
sion Office. Apply to M c/o The Adver-
tising Dept. Advocate. 4.4.50—2n,





A salesman with some knowledge of
selling provision lines in Roebuck Street.
Apply by letter only for interview. All
applications treated confidentially,

Apply P.O, Box 173, 5,4.50—4n,



MISCELLANEOUS
CEDAR—500 sq. ft. of Cedar. Dial
2978. G. S. Ross. 2.4.50—4n,

WANTED TO BUY



’ Mess,
Please communicate with
the Adjutant stating price.

PUBLIC SALES





auction on Thursday 13th day of April
at 2 o'clock the 33 tons, called
“Potick" at lying in the



REAL ESTATE
will offer for sale at
. 17, High Street, Bridge-
the 5th

day of
April 1950, at 2 p.m,
an desirable Bungalow called “CHa!

3

skin.

The Bungalow contains 1 large pu
‘oom, 2 bedrooms, enclosed and ope
Galleries, Lavatory and Bath. Eiectr
tight and Government Water Supply

For '. P t
Dae, © Tudor Suest” aren



BUNGALOW AT NAVY GARDENS.
Ruilt December 1948. Cool quiet locality.
Stone roofed Everite, Verandah, Draw-
ing, ing and Breakfast Rooms.
Kitchenette with built in larder and cup-
boards, toilet and tiled bath, 3 bedrooms,
each with large presses and water,










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| LOST

LOST

i

| CAMERA, MINOX—With
inches of chain and

| Baton on end. Camera

j and 1%* wide. Liberal

} turned te Manager,

reward

TIE PIN—One
with a white gold head
Tudor Street and Cook's Alley.
will be amply rewarded.
with Elkins Moore c/o
Bay Street



c

mond setting on Golf Course

tor Goddard.

Above is the Photograph

& FOUNR



about
leather loop with

Marine Hotel ly :
4.4.50—2n. | later he saw Spooner coming from

14 Karat Gold Tie Pin
Lost between |
Finder
Communicate

- —
LOST: PLATINUM RING with Dia-



of
REV. A. R. BROME, approved and ap-
pointed by the Elders’—Council as Col-
lecting Officer to receive Subscriptions,



20



went

if - 3 :
re-| ferent directions

BARBADOS

@ from page 3
happened. The next night they
back to the land at
about 3° tong) 7.45. They branched out in dif-

about

Ten minutes

| the direction where the fodder

had been cut

the bag at him
































Road.

To Mr.

father’s land.

he did

Arthur

for the Police.
Arthur Bailey,

Prince Forde.

Counsel’s

from the
Spooner had a bag on his head.
r. van cher He rushed out and Spooner threw

—In. |
‘Spooner stumbled and fell and
while he (Spooner) was on the
Reward $20.00, on returning to Mr. Vic- ground he attempted to arrest
5.4.50.—2n. | him. Spooner made an attempt to
stab him with a knife but Charles
Forde then came up and he struck
Spooner a few blows with a stick.
Reece: Spooner was
laying on hjs face when the po-
lice came. Only Charlie had a
stick. It was an ordinary walking
stick. Seventy-five holes of cane
fodder were removed from m)

On resumption Mr.
addressed the jury. He told them

land.

and ran away.

Also giving evidence on his own
behalf, Prince Forde, brother to
Colvin and Charlie, said that they
were watching their father’s land
on July 2. He heard Colvin say,
“Charles, I have a man.” Charles
went to Colvin’s assistance but he
not go, Later Colvin told
Bailey and himself to go

another of the

accused, corroborated the story of
At this stage the
case for the defence closed and
the Court adjourned for lunch.

Address
Walcott

the} that the indictment was drawn



under two heads.
the five defendants are charged

The first is that

Donations, Love-tokens, and Gifts, on} with causing grievous bodily harm

behalf of The New Testament Church of
(Religious Assembly) in Barbados.

God,
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1 Grill
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or
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3 Boiling Burners and

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reversible Grill complete with
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unlawfully and

on Joseph Spooner with intent to
maim or disfigure.
count is that the same five men

The second

maliciously in-

flicted grievous bodily harm on
Joseph Spooner with the intent

the law.

which vhey will be told by His
Honour from whom they will take

He pointed out that the intent

charge and

is an essential ingredient in the
in such cases such
intent was necessary of proof.
This intent must be proved only

by circumstantial evidence.

He therefore submitted that so



GOVERNMENT NOTICE

ATTENTION



is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence)

(Amendment) Order, 1950, No. 13 which will be published in the
Official Gazette of Monday 3rd April, 1950.

2.

prices of ‘Balanced Animal Feed”
Table”. “Fish—Salted”, “Flour”, “Rice—All Qualities”, and “Pork—

Salted” are as follows: —



ARTICLE



Balanced Animal Feed
(Barbados. Mixture)

Butter—Table:
(Australian)

In Tins
Butter-Table In Prints

| Butter—Table: in 4 lb prints
| (Holland) (Meadland
Brand)

Butter—Table: in 5 lb. tins
(Nabo Brand)

| Butter—Table: in 1 lb. tins
(Nabo Brand)

Fish—Salted .. a ee

Flour



Rice—All Qualities ..

Pork—Salted: —
(a) Neck Bones, Neck
Ribs, Finn Bones



(b) Feet, Ears, Stomachs

(c) Heads os th

(d) Short Ribs, Riblets,

Spare Ribs, Finns .,

(e) Tails, Snouts, Jowls,
Headskins, Scalps,
Boneless Head, Bean

Pork, Lips

(f) Clear, Belly Poik,
Mess Pork, Fatback
Pork, Boneless Belly,

Butts



WHOLESALE PRICE
(not more than)



$6.12 per 100 lbs.

$84.20 per case of 100
Ibs. in 1-lb. tins

$40.10 per 50 Ibs. in
l-lb. prints

$14.66 per ctn. of
24 x 4 1b; prints

$122.76 per ctn. of 100
Ibs. in 5 Ib. tins

$104.16 per ctn. of 80
Ibs. in 1 lb, tins

$82.80 per 448 lbs. or
$21.20 per 112 lbs. or
19} per lb. in lots of
not less than 14 Ibs.

$7.12 per cotton bag
of 100 lbs,

$13.56 per bag of 180
lbs.

350
brl.
per
less

$45.70 per tre. of
lbs. or $25.60 per
of 200 Ibs. or 14c.
lb. in lots of not
than 25 Ibs,

$52.20 per tre. of
lbs. or $29.30 per
of 200 lbs. or 16c.
lb. in lots of not
than 25 Ibs.

$65.20 per tre. of 350
lbs. or $36.70 per bri.
of 200 lbs. or 20c. per
lb. in lots of not less
than 25 lbs,

350
bri.
per
less

$76.60 per tre. of 350
lbs. or $43.30 per bri.
of 200 lbs. or 24c. per
ib. in lots of not less
than 25 lbs.

$82.95 per tre. of 350
lbs. or $46.55 per bri
of 200 lbs. or 26c. per
Ib, in lotr of not less
than 25 lbs

$53.95 pe: bri. of 200

lbs. or 30c, per Ib. in

_ of not less than 25
Ss.

Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling
(Barbados Mixture)

“Butter—

RETAIL
PRICE
(not more

than)

Te. per Ib.

92c. per lb. tin

88c. per 1-lb.
print
65c. per 4 Ib.
print

$1.36 per lb.

$1.38 per 1 Ib.
tin.

22c. per Ib.

8c. per lb.

5

7c. per pint.

16c. per

cs

18c. per lb.

F

22c. per

26c. pel

28c. per

82c. wer Ib.





NOTICE

3.4.50.—2n.







Our Customers and friends are asked to note that our Pier
Head Department (all Branches) will be closed to business on
Saturday next, 8th inst.

Our Broad Street Branch and Gasolene Sales Department
will be open for business as usual,

CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD.



and a dairy with 30 cows, whatever it
s is SCOTT can supply it e an ap-
pointment by Dialling 3743, 2645, 8400
nu es If you cannot go to him, he will come
“ ! * zo So, remember, if t's Real Estate
our skin has nearly 50 million tin: :
d pores where germs hide and cate ter, D'ARCY A. SCOTT,
le Itching, Cracking, Rezema, Peeling, Magazine Lane.
Snes AEDS. Ringworm, Psoriasis, 2.4.0—3n.
ackheads, Pimples, Foot Itch and other j i i
emishes. Ordinary ‘treatments give only We beg to Notify our Friends and Customers
the germ caysc. The new dlscovsey" wie |! Annual Raster Holiday Mm
> Berm cause. The new discovery, Nixo- | that we will not be o usi Ve
co ec 9 P-seayoretibgen ast Glaxe eae Will our customers and the gen- eal - Whsiness ”
ees pe © Se 6 ' Ps al publ lease note tha , SATU 9
- . a ; en k, oF money shall ‘be ct OSED TO ‘BUSINESS SATURDAY, 8TH APRIL
@uarant Nixederm { wane dkmenhed os fem 4 P.M, THURSDAY 6th R. &
r our chemist | o § URDAY 15TH. Re-opening . ‘ , uN
= oder: ~ to Ay and re- | MONDAY 17th — Re-opening G. CHALLENOR LTD.,
10Ve the real | | s
7 $s * cause of skin | , Spe F i Si i
Nix» Treubice (exo | NEWSAM & Ce. | Speightstown, Bridgetown, Six Men’s.
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ADVOCATE

far as the evidence was concern-
ed they did not have to worry
about “intent” because the ques-
tion of self-defence was not
raised in the case.

He further submitted that the
defendants were there for a law-
ful purpose. They received in-
structions from the Police and
were on the look out for a man.
They caught that man and had
him under arrest, awaiting the
arrival of the Police. He said
that there cannot be any doubt
that the four defendants were
there for a lawful purpose and
eannot be held as _ accessories,
neither did they aid nor abet.

Many Blows

He said that Spooner had
spoken of receiving so many
blows on his back but medical
evidence did not corroborate this
statement. He submitted that
Spooner had alleged multipl
blows only to involve the four
defendants. Spooner had _ said
that all five had sticks while on
the other hand witnessed said
that only Charles Forde was arm-
ed with a stick and he did not
deny this.

He told them that if their
minds were such, that after hav-
ing heard the evidence they hac
reasonable doubt as to whether
or not the four defendants took
part in this affair, they woul
have to give the defendants th:
benefit of the doubt.

He concluded, “you can make
no reparation if you ever find ar
innocent man guilty because from
that time, no matter how lenien’
a judge may be, you have passed
the verdict on that man and have
called him a criminal’.

His Honour later summed up
and the jury, after about 15 min-
utes’ deliberation returned their
verdict.

MAIL NOTICES

AIR MAILS which are scheduled to be
closed on Friday, 7th and Monday, 10th
April, will be closed on Thursday 6th
at 3 pum. and on Saturday 8th at
12 noon respectively .

Schooner Manuata, Sch. D'Crtac, Sch.
Zita Wonita, Sch. Emanuel C. Gordon,
=. Adalina, Sch. Burma D., Sch.

ALS
Schooner Phyllis Mark, 58 tons net,
Capt. McQuilkin, from Trinidad; Agents:

Association.
Schooner Franees W. Smith, 74 tons

INDONESIA

DJAKARTA, April 4.

Indonesia will shortly apply for
membership in the U.N., accord-
ing to Dr. I. N. Palar, who has
been representing his country at
Lake Suuccess.

Dr. Palar said here to-day that
Russia had assured him of its sup-
port. He was only waiting for
“the right moment” and “the
right time is near now,” he added.

Dr. Palar also announced that
a first Indonesian diplomatic mis-



A. M. WEBB
°

Stocks — Bonds — Shares
Both local and foreign
Bought and Sold

°

155 Roebuck Street, B’town.
Dial 3188 Hours 9—3



FOR SALE

HOUSE SPOTS
BUILDING SITES

Cash or Easy Terms

MAILS for Antigua, St.
Kitts by the M.V. be
closed at the General Post Office as
under :—

Parcel Mail, Ragistered Mail and
Ordinary Mail at 2.30 p.m, TO-DAY
5th April, 1950.

~ REAL ESTATE
DIXON

AND

BLADON

(JOHN M, BLADON)

FOR SALE

Building land, Enterprise Road
A very well situated block of 3
acres with water and electricity.
Offers wanted. Also smaller sec-
tion of approximately â„¢% acre
available. Maxwell Road. Offers
wanted for 30,000 sq. ft. of excel-
lent flat building land with water

Nevis and
Caribbee will












From 10c, per Sq. foot up

ELECTRIC, BUS and WATER
SERVICES AVAILABLE
— at —
1, PICKWICK ROAD, KENSING-
TON, St. Michael,

2. FRIENDSHIP,
Turning, St. Michael.

3. THE PINE CROSS ROAD, St.
Michael.

4. WELCHES, now KINGSTON
GARDEN & KINGSTON TER
RACE through from Government
Hill to Kingston Road, St. Michael.

5. THE GARDEN WORTHING,
Christ Church.

Apply ;: ERNEST D. MOTTLEY,
Office, Coleridge Street.

Dial 3927. Bridgetown.


















Hothersal















































and electricity. DIXON &

BLADON, Real Estate Agents,

Auctioneers, Surveyors, Planta-

tions Building, Phone 4640.

“DIXON & BLADON” |) The Barbados Mutual
RESIDENCE, 11 Graeme Hall * a 8
Road. Attractively designed Life Assurance Society




ORDINARY GENERAL
MEETING




walls, asbestos roof, flush panelled
doors, all built-in cupboards,
There is a large lounge and din-
ing room with gallery, 3 bed-
rooms, kitchen, 2 servants rooms,
room for 2 cars. This property
may be purchased fully furnished
if required at a very reasonable
figures. DIXON & BLADON, Real
Estate
Surveyors,
Phone 4640,

“DIXON & BLADON”

SALISBURY, Gun Hill, Charm-
ing country home standing on
summit of Gun Hill giving un-
rivalled views over the Island
This well built modern but mel-
lowed stone residence contains 3
reception, 3 bedrooms, 2 veran-
dahs and all modern amenities
Garage, stables and stock pens all
in first class order. Carriage-way
encircles house, Approximately 8
acres. DIXON & BLADON, Real
Estate Agents, Auctioneers, Plan-
tations Building, Phone 4640,





NOTICE is hereby given
that the one Hundred and
Ninth Yearly Ordinary
General Meeting of the





above-named Society will be
held at the Society’s Office,
Beckwith Place, Bridgetown,
on Friday, 14th April, 1950,

Auctioneers and
Building,

Agents,
Plantations






at 2 o’clock p.m, for the
purpose of —

(1) Receiving, from the
Directors their Report
on the transactions of
the Society for the
year ended 3lst De-
cember, 1949.
Electing Directors and
an Auditor for the
current year.

Cc. K. BROWNE,
Secretary.










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ASSOCIATION

NOTICE
OF GENERAL MEETING
The annual general meet-
ing adjourned from 25th
February, will resume at the 7
Town Hall at 1.30 p.m. on
Saturday the 8th April. }
Additions to original {

Agenda: ;
net, Cept. Hassell, from British Guiana; (1) To elect twelve dele-
A ts: Schooner Owners’ Association.
rae w. Le Eunicia, 38 Oe nats gates to the, F.C.S.A,
Capt. Joseph, from Dominica; Agents: Conference. {§. ,
Owners’ Association. '°
MV. Caribbee, 100 tons net, Capt NOTE: All proposefl reso-
Gumbs, from Dominica; Agents: lutions for’ disens-
Schooner Owners’ Association sion at Contengncs
DEPARTURES ,
must be sent to: the

Secretary not later
than 12 ndg6f-on
Monday the 20th
April, 1950.
General Seeretary.
5.4.50—3n. ra)

WILL APPLY

sion to Russia, under his own
leadership, would be formed this
week,



—Keuter.





The M.V. “Caribbee" will accept
Cargo and passengers for Domini-
ca, Antigua, Montserrat, St. Kitts-

Nevis; sailing Wednesday 5th
Apt GoonDs!!
The Schooner ‘Adalina” vill .
Yo SURIOS, JEWELLERY
BRASSWARE. TEAKWOO'"

ORIENTAL

accept Cargo and Passengers for
St. Lucia; sailing Wednesday 5th
April,

The M.V. “Daerwood" wil!
accept Cargo and Passengers for
St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Grenada

Aruba, date of sailing will be
given.

SANDAL, IVORY, ETO

KASHMERE

Bw. SCHOONER OWNERS’ a ee an
OCIA’ (INC.) ; ‘
Consignees. m. Hy. Street
Dial 3466

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Sails Sails Sails Arnis Sail

SOUTHBOUND Montrea Halifax Boston Barbados Barbad
LADY RODNEY ome 25th Mar. 27th Mar, 8th A
LADY NELSON sai 12th Apr 18th Apr a3rd Ay. gag AP
LADY RUDNEY 12th May 15th Ma, 1th “May 26th AP
LADY NELSON Sist May 3rd June Sth . 4th June 5m
LADY RODNEY 30th May = 3rd July 8th Jul Mth Jul. Ist vy

Arriv Sails Arrives Arriv:

NORTHBOUND Barbados Barbados Boston St. loom Gules Sennen
LADY RODNEY 17th Apr 19th Apr 28th Apr mtn f
LADY NELSON May 8th Mayitth May —— fon mee geo ™

'Y RO? Sth June 10th Jun 19th June —. gist Jun 24th Ju
LADY NELSON = 27th June 29h Ju Bth July —— joth Juh isth Ta
LADY RODNEY = 27th Ju. 29th July 7th Aug — 9th Aug. 1th Ac



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HARRISON LINE

OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM:





Due
Vessel From Leaves Barbados
S.S. “COMEDIAN” ‘ London 14th March 7th Apri
S.S. “MEGNA” London 26th March 10th ‘Ane
SS, “HERDSMAN” Glasgow 29th March 11th Ap
SS. OREGON STAR” Liverpool 30th March-14th Apri
S.S. “RIVERCREST” London 12th April 30th Ap
S.S. “INTERPRETER” Liverpool (15th April 28th Ap:
HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM:
Vessel For Closes in B;
S.S. “TACTICIAN” London lith April a
S.S. “CUSTODIAN” Liverpool llth April ,

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“GASCOGNE”., April 19th. 1950 April 26th, 1950
“MISR +. _May 9th, 1950 May 13th, 1950
“GASCOGNE”., May 24th, 1950 May 31st, 1950
‘GASCOGNE”.. June 28th, 1950 July 5th, 1950

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Boxers For a alae Tal
Grenada
Selected

Fight fans saw some keen box-
img on Monday night last at the
Wiowern School Stadium. ‘This was
the finais of the amateur bouts,
efter which the Barbados repre-
sentatives ‘or the forthcoming
Intercolonial Amateur Boxing
Contest at Grenada were selected.

In the preliminaries, Sunshine
weighing 75 lbs drew with his
heavier opponent Frank Straker
who scaled 82 lbs.

Clifton Nicholls (130 lbs.) out-
pointe. Horace Branch (134 ibs,
Nicholls always seemed the
better man and carried wie fight
to his opponent for the greater
part of the bout.

Sam King, the lightweight
champion, weighing 132 Ibs,
K. O’ed his rival Ragalan Gittens
who weighed 130 Ibs in the first
round of their six round bout.
King who showed a clear superi-

ority over his rival made short ns a i$ ee a i ee ee Rg zi THURSDAY 30 inches. In Blue and Greer

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in their six round bout. Bishor |
fought gamely and carried the ry o 9 i D & C0
fight to his opponent who neve! Won and Lost partan -0 Cold buffet consisting of AVE Y “9 ;
gave ground but stood up to win
on points. es TWO HORSES fell, as Notre Dame won 2—0 from Fresh Shrimp Cocktails 10, 11, 12 & 1% BROAD STREET

Darnley Bowen welterwiegh seen above, at the first Spartan yesterday in a Second Paté de Foi
champion weighing 150 Ibs alsc jump, a 4 ft. 6 in. f | Division football match at Queen’s até de Foie cai Bi
won on points from Kid Lawrence P, - O in, lence, Park eee

One of them was Tommy . tl i Gil The usual Turkey & Ham

who scaled 150 Ibs. - | oth goals were netted by Gil! ee ¢

The champions representin: Traddles ridden by P. theinctentre forward) whb on both 1) “t
Barbados are;— , OCornor. The field was | oceasions, displayed good judg-

















Lightweicht Sam King we'll spread o int Yr rhey ! :
ut. ment and powe! They wert seis ,
Bantamweight .. Victor Lovell } scored during the first alf Russian Salad Jf QNETTA DRESS SHOP
: een ee Ai the right Freebooter Spectators were in good num- Mince Pies and SPECIALLY DESIGNED MODEL DRESSES
ai. * Sado
V Poster aaa ‘ ‘ommandet Tinasd ning post in « victory tha! a crowded over the ayes The usual Tit-Bits Spuns and other materials
rar » a Hy ! . a Gest th " p me giving much annoyance to th ‘ On Sale at..
dhe Mr. P. C. Maffei was refere the bookmakers for ,players,. referee and linesmen Pip Pip CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LTD., SHOWNOOM
ha’ while Mr. Pierpointe was time- tunes. Freebooter won the |They at times held up play for Perfect for Easter :
Ca keeper and Mr. L. A. Lynch Mas Grand National Steeple- hort periods. Ch Whit !
is ter of Ceremonie: chose by 15 lenaths, on Notre Dame lefinitely out-
] Sn eae a eD Saturday March 25 played their opponents, They a %y .
| lal » March f ; Yetta
fon CouncilConeur Wit }carried a strong front line and 1 iy ERTISE om the
| a in Below Mrs. Protherton, jeven better back line D A NCE | "ENIN yr Y
‘ ‘ ; . Freebooter': ne rit The forwards when called on to Tee ’ KE Ga D
> Governor sProposal 1 Pe oie “in Sa ae ork, quickly found Sieviwtebhedal \T v o A J OCA :
Gi rae nif _ 7: in Spartan’s goal area The THE RARB AD 7 ‘ ; r
@ From page 5 winner. Mounted police backs repelled every » Bs ie oe CIRCULATION NOW DOUK.
4 i r |} DacKS repelled every onset made by ’ / 4 4
Pe. oo m go back, for then they coul escort the victory trio, Spartan’s forwards, $s iving the it I — ; Lf
: lave a stronger claim upon them ‘T ) goalie little work ’ See ae. en Vn =
iy If there were any jobs worth LES. gar tn ag orn really goo Onl3
¢ ec ‘sons and daughter they ittacks “ol the Notre tone ai 9 p.m,
deed tn as ee Te area but lost too many oppor- SATURDAY, APRIL 8th
If any members could sit arounc EIXBY' S NOT Fl YING ioe ee re Mise ct T R a on 7 pear
ior tide and enake a : ooked like it would be a goal TER and his ORCHESTRA
the effect 5 that an "piflishitiar “ALCUTTA, April 4 Much more lively football wa Admission to Ballroom : 2
hath ctine dow tothe séléby The fl ge Bix Califo witnessed during the second half} +.4.50.—3n is
he was not worthy of his salt, — | COUP!! returned to Dt nan during “the first shelf. This}
But the office was a connecting Airpé was when Spartan w TeSSING | 9 SSS ee)
link between certain parties anc tena er nable core ¢ Notre Dame, but they | {~~ 2s ie Tie ia peat atria ae
that doubtlessly was a much con- | “€!! ! to K ‘ : ere yet inferior to the lattet \ in IDO
sidered point, but they too shoud] P8!ne \ rl oe s wet ie = ‘ : The teams were: SEA VIEW GUEST (
get an insight into those connec-|{' rder Reuter am. Notre Dame :'— Temmott Ta
tions, Browne, Straughn, F. Daniel, L J
The question that the Report | Daniel, Head) Arcl ll, Best “ Australi Danish Tinned anil
> : at > »por I | Daniel, Headley, ‘her, Gill, Bes ~ me Australian—vDs S ang}
adopted was put to the vote ai a | Seaechis Salamone yocan a HASTINGS, BARBADOS oe
decided in the offirmative by Sisiitaek Atkins. Bowen,.|({ EXCELLENT CUISINE | Lovely Sliced Ham_ by
14—-3 division tibbons, Ashby. C. Gittens. Ban FULLY STOCKED BAR } | Pound
The division was as follow 1, Mor Reece, A. Gitt RATES: $5.00 per Day & })}
Ayes: Mr. Miller, Mr. Smith,.M: Phill Austin |
Pups ist upwards { | BACON

Allder, Mr. Mapp, Mr. Bryan, Mr
Garner, Mr. Crawford, Mr. Branck
er, Mr. Foster, Mr. Mottley, Mr
Ward, Mr. Gill, Mr. Goddard anc
Mr. Wilkinson

(Inclusive)

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said vhat o ign : W op ag. Pechy JINN \

he was sure everyone around the gni ot Re € ords The eather Ne io “pritain, 290 pm, British : WHOLE DAY ON
table reciprocated his wishes, h¢ TO-DAY } Concert Hall, 3.30 p.m. Donald Peers, > |
then Wished Mr. Speaker a pleas- | LONDON, A football . pim, The News, 4.10 oe Dally Ne RENNIES
ant holiday atid was sorry it wa The ] : A cs Sun Rises: 5.65 a.m, { e* ti Srotel, 8 2 es Denis Mee hab ee :
not four weeks instead of three.} Athy mateul Sun Sets: 6.10 p.m, Association Programme Parade, 5.30 p.m, It wasn't CIVE you ; ‘ Rg
Dr. H. G. Cummins (L) supported | pounce: - W or Moon (Last Quarter) ” | such f i 8 17 cee of te Volks. SATURDAY 8th APRIL 1950.
the remarks of the junior member] records fo) perform: inées by tw ey e 3 | TO-DAW'S FEXTURES |7 p.m The News, 7.10 p.m, News |
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tu ; d an its right si¢ e w ‘8! Metres by F. K. Vanin at Tbilisi ll ins. | Referee; Mr. E. Reece. | | Land and Livestock, 10.30 p im, Malines |At the first sign of discomfort aftee | WILKINSON & AYNES C0 (TD.
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right front fender of O—133 which} KA. Tocheniy sat Thilisi o1 (3 pm.) E by N me Prone to acid stomach. It’s so easy
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was slightly damaged. BS wall ccaetins semen pe at hake || bandbag, for each one is separately
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time of accident. M — 1605 is} Russia ee (3 p.m.) 29.948. . | jx its high time you saw your
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247,000 tons came to the United|of our friends in Jamaica to com@

Kingdom. The total exports for|and talk with us if they wished,

1949 were 690,000 tons of which | but it would really be wrong to}

363,000 tons came to the United | su pend the negotiations for the

Kingdom. | purposes of that delegation, other-

Mr. Oliver Stanley: Whatever | Wise we shall prejudice the bal-

the final decision of the Govern-|ance with other Commonwealth

ment may be on this subject would | countries and the rights of these

it not have been wiser and more|countries to argue their case.

courteous, in view of the very re-|That was the difficulty we were

presentative character of the dele-|in. On the other hand, en we

gation who wished to come here, | finally had to consider whether if

to have allowed them to come and | they ent representative el

discuss it rather than to have said | Should talk to ther ot, we felt

“you can ohly come on the con-!we had to say to ! hat W

dition that the Government’s mind | could not hold out hope that thes

is already made up,” and is not{weuld get additional order |

the natural feeling which they | Mr. Stanley I t not fact |

would have about that likely to be/there is a ver onsiderable poo! |

increased by the statement which|not allocated to Commonwealth |

the honourable gentleman has just | countries that could be allocated |

made about British Honduras,j without interfering with any-)

which appears to show that hens |ene's hare? Can the Right Hon

i me pool of non-commonwealth |ourable Gentle ure h

tsugar from which additional allo-|House that there is no secret i

cations ean still be made |dertaking given to Cuba as to the

Mr. Evans: If the Suggestion of |amount of sugar we are to, pul

the Right Honourable gentleman|chase from her, which the }

is that the West Indies ate now jreason that prevents an extra al-| Ws EXCELLENCY leaving the

faced with a fait aceompli that |location within the Common- islature. Preceding him is Mr

would be quite wrong. There have | wealth? 4 ee a 5 :

Pegbeen prolonged negotiations on! Mr. Morrison. I do not know seen Mr. P. F.

this matter. Of course other Com- ;onything about a secret under- | ”
‘monwealth sugar producers are taking to Cuba. There is a mar-| |
concerned to the extent of very gin, it is true, but it quite B d. i
large tonnages. For example, {limited margin. J venture to say ermu a

eee

. in order that we can check up on| â„¢ 7
cessions are made to the West] bulk purchase agreemen I N f Wi ki
Indies, these other Commonwealth would remind the members oppo- | - CX ee
’ exporters will demand considera-| site that at the election they de-|
tion on the same scale and there- nouneed the whole of this bul Fi Our Own. Corresponder
Oa purchasing business bui that they}... LONDON, Aji
Mr. De La Bere: Why not take! aye now complaining that there iz} The Admiralty decision re-
Pll the sugar? not enough of it. ; Sarding the future of the naval

Mr. Evans: . we feel that Mr. Michael Foot. D rH | ockyard in Bermuda expected
on the whole this is a very fair Honourable friend thi i | to be made public next Tuc
agreement and that it is as far as somewhat unfair to compare the]or Wednesday.

We can go, sition « > West oday A four-man delegation fro:

Mr. Oliver Stanley: If the Hon- Aer tog ae § lias | Bermuda: House of Aus om
Qurable Gentleman has found it with the pre-war po incé} have been asking the Admiralts
possible to make an extra alloca- Ynder the. pre«w: position the] to reconsider the original decisio:

iE tion of sugar in the case of British West Indies ‘were: sufferi rom|to close the aan Ba hone “amie
Honduras, presumably . without sin peoen ai pression Gi RAE Sikes tain ster N ers , ; a
having any ill effect on the other theratake thé “eombatiton tren oe lapis Me ie Ba : I
1 Colonies, why is it not possibile to Mente NOREGEe WidW. f#!ho fair ee
have an adequate allocation for ; bee Se aha wee Phi uiternoon they di (
1 tail one, although it may be fi rom | , chica a4 od
the British West Indies? the point. of view of Dominions|‘@&, matter at the Colonial Office
as Mr. Evans: This, of course, does a a) : “Australia? In the second | “i! Sir George Seel, recently ap
Baise very large issues, As the Rt. |°UC" if we are to doubt the wis-| Pointed Comptroller of Develop
| Hon. Gentleman will understand, | (7 ; thie Mota cd eject} ment for the We Indies
Britain cannot pay a high price ate Si ht the West. Indie Afterwards Mr. Dill ider of
consumer and a low cost producer, | PPOPOSsals\ mac 11 a Honourable| the delegation told me The
Therefore this question has to be ore bh Pa aly he Colonial Office have been m¢
viewed in relation to our need to | friend Ve a SANS rae, eee aia) tel tin throughout the visit
ceorur ag) at ive |Sugar production in the We ve :
be able to export at competitive : (On Page 3) We have had eévery chance ti
prices. There has been a good deal m | argue our case and we urt it
of research and development in hopeful the result.”
the field of sugar production over : : ;
the last few years and we, it is ’ I ei eas “kk —By Cable
true, keep a reserve pool, so to D.G. wacort sisi
Speak, to the end that our —— a ts a i vA
may be induced to make use of a “FE ‘ LArc
; that wealth of research and know- Retiring ying saucers
© ledge that the march of science | I
has made available. In_ other TRIBUTE was paid in the Legis-| \ ay Be Jet Planes
words, if we are to take the sur- lative Council yesterday to the] 7 ee
plus it must bear some relation | president, Hon'ble D. G.. Leacock: NEW YORK, April 4
e to world prices. who is expected:to retire, Mar o-called “flying saucers
fi Mr. Driberg: Will my Hon friend The. disclosure. was. made. that|™ be American—controlled ex
bear in mind that the resettle- Mr. Leacock might not return to] Perimental jet planes. accordin
ment of British Honduras envi- | the Council. when the Legislature| to the American Radio Comme
saged by the Evans Commission is} \. hich prorogiied yesterday, re-|tator Hénry Taylor
of only a relatively small number sumes on April 25. One experimental 1 plane
* of people from the islands over a|° Hon J. D. Chandler said: “Sir,| known the X354, hz rough!
p period of 10 years? Will he als0 | pefore the motion for the adjourn-] circular outlin¢ ok ke
F bear in mind that although it may Sant tk HAM Local ae te adel pancake” ay redibl
f hot be desirable ultimately that a dress a few remarks not merely] speed, hi :
country like Jamaica should be to the Chair but to you personally.| nig! —Reuter
i based on a one ¢ rop economy, none I am led to understand that you |
) the less it is a fact that Jamaica will be retiring at the expiration
' is much more exelusively depend- | of the. present Fleas To Be
' ent on sugar exports than a great ae p24 ‘and
» dominion such as Australia. therefore this! N . ..

Mr. Evans: I beg to assure my Ode sion is «the { ationalised
Hon. friend that we accept that ian time thet
and that it has been taken fully) oo ini HAVE | VIENNA,
into consideration in arriving at} the pl eceiee _ A flea circus, whose owner
this figure, : land the honour is reputed to make 1,200

Sir Peter MacDonald. Why is it of seeing you crowns (£8) an hour, is con-

Bethat we should still be tied to presiding over tained in the list of circuses

Cuba as a source of supply for our delibera- and travelling shows to be

"sugar when our own Colonies are Hons in the nationalised by the Czech

» restricted in their production and Chait | state, The owner has the

ms devaluation of the pound sterling , You have choles between accepting an

= has imposed very great hardship served the is- £8 a week Salary as a flea

on some of our West Indian coun- land in many ae or being put to work

ob ptries owing to the fact that they | capacities but I Hon. D! G. Leacock in the mines,

» have to deal with dollar areas | do not propose , President of the aii a2 a

® Will he allow these facts to be|to dwell on this ee toe a

|) taken into consideration and ask|] would like to say briefly, how- | Army Pos Ss Letters

m the delegation to come to this] ever, something about your record ¥

| country and eonsider the whol@| as a legislator in Barbados The strike in Martinique <1
problem concerning the West Many years ago when I was , | Guadeloupe hich tarted 6t

pa Indies ? member of the Other Place, you| March show 10 ise ‘

Mr. Evans. We should be very | served a comparatively short’ term } 5ettlem¢ It 1 the

fy happy indeed to take very much} there ag a member, For the past! all Government Dey ‘

> more sugar than we are at present fourteen and a half years you have | b
getting from Commonwealth sup-| served a a member Hor \
pliers, and I do not want to appear | ourable C incil and for the pas
discourteous to our West -Indian | three years as our President } rhe
friends. If they feel in the light of During that time have not wer ' a
all that has been said that they spared yourself or yo 1ealth and | iqu
still want to come, then if they! you; indoubted ability has at alll Barb
come we shall be happy to re-! times beer ¢ "
ceive them, But I hope they will! aynment he :
not come at any rate until the I think we @ all glad that! mail
end of April there

Mr. Eden, May I ask either the! Chamber. I
Leader of the House or Prime@ | on an é a ical

inister, as I no 1k ble

feel ver pI U.K. RESERVES UP $296m
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Wednesday
3

April
19508.



Stanley, Driberg, Foot, »
MacDonald, Gammans.
Eden Barrage Evans

—ON SUGAR |

A SPATE OF SUPPLEMENTARY QUESTIONS followed |
Mr. Evans’s statement on Commonwealth sugar in the
House of Commons on Monday.

Mr. McLeavy said: While thank-) Valuation, the Government will
ing my honourable friend for this|not reconsider this question, in=}
very important statement may I|vite them to come and reserve a}
ask how the figures of 640,000 tons | final decision until after the dis-
and 900,000 tons to which he re-|cussions have taken place with
ferred compare with the pre-war!the West Indian representatives?



and present exports from the Mr. Morrison. This matter was
West Indies to the United King- | very carefully considered. We had
dom and what are the total ex-|to make a balance between the}

ports from the West Indies?
Mr. Evans: The total exports be-
fore the war were 549,000 of which

various Commonwealth countries
with the greatest care. Obviously
we did not wish to deny the right











Australia 600,000 tons, South Afri-
ca 200,000 tons, Mauritius 475,000
tons, Fiji 150,000 tons. If this ton-
nage is not agreed and if the con-

that it is desirable in the interests
of the consumer that there shall
be some free play in the markets |

Decision

































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Legislative

hel, ee

Headley,

Council

Chamber



Sergeant-at-Arms

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esterday after proroguing the Leg-
with the Mace. Behind can be

Campbell, Acting Colonial Secretary, and the Lord Bishop.

Governor Prorogues
Legislature

IN A BRIEF AND SIMPLE CEREMONY

His Excel

lency the Governor prorogued the Legislature for three
weeks yesterday, There were only about half a dozen visit-
n the Council Chamber-wheh the Governor ascended

‘he dais from which he read his prorogation speech.
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ALREADY

WORCESTER, April 4

Worcestershire Connie fy ‘ket
Club h; Inne

has been a complete sell-out
reserved eating accommodation
for the opening day of the match
against the West Indies here
tarting on May 6,

In addition most of the seating
stand

pneing

temporary

erected

has

been



A New Atom

Establishment
LONDON, April 4








which ig
sold

—Reuter.
.

It was. officially announced to
Gay that Britain is to build a new
atomic energy establishment.

The Ministry of Supply said
that it would be constructed at
Aldermaston in Berkshire.

1 site was a bomber airfield
{Guring the war, Construction
work will take several years and
i Substantial labour force will be

ed, the announcement. said,

—Reuter



3oth Houses of the Legislature

met an hour before the time
scheduled for prorogavion and
dealt with business on their re-
| spective Order Papers,

The Governor entered the Cham-
| ber at 3.15 p.m. preceded by Mr.
T. T. Headley, Sargeant-at-arms
in ceremonial dress and carrying
the mace. As he announced “His
Excellency the Governor,” mem
bers of the Council and oc« upants
of the spectators’ chairs stood

their places. Behind the Governor |

| were His Lordship the Bishop, the

Acting Colonial Secretary, th¢
| Attorney General and Hon’ble
|D. G. Leacock, President of the
| Council.

| Members of the House of As-
| sembly were summoned by the
| Sargeant-at-Arms, and the Gov-

} ernor read his prorogation speech
Text of the speech follows

Mr. President and Honourable

Members of the Legislative
| Council

Mr. Speaker and Members of

the House of Assembly

As it is approximately sixteen
{months since the opening of the
| present Legislature and as Easter
iS approaching, it is appropriate
j that the Legislature should now
be prorogued

I do not propose to make a long

speech onsthis occasion and I shall

defer what I have to say until the
Legislature reassentbles But I
do thank you for the careful at-
tention which you have given to
the many and varied matters of
importance which you have con-

sidered during the session
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ATOM CHILDREN

OTTAWA, April 4,

A leading Canadian atomic
scientist predicted here to~day
that the children of to-day would
have to be involved in an atom
war,

Dr. L. Cook, Chief Chemist on
the Canadian Atomic Project, told
the Rotary Club that secrecy
about atomic development w
harmful .—Reuter.



Kremlin Seeks To Widen
The East-West Gap
Allies Will Not Leave Berlin

I

IE

United States High Commissioner for
John J. MeCloy, tonig

LONDON, April 4.

Germany,

ht accused the Kremlin of seeking to

iden the East-West gap in Germany with Nazi tactics.

But he gave this pledge
icceed in taking over the City of Berlin.

ie

nea

British,

the French and the

“The Communists: will not
We shall stay in
Americans

ire

fully

ind fully united

he Pilgrim
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(re :
éetwee he
McCloy said
‘ icd we
he four allies





ould together ne aling
dee; ounds of tyranny and
k Ra We
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f the West A Lie
Reuter

Aduncate

|

If Belgian Government
Get Vote of Confidence
. BRUSSELS, April 4.
e e | BELGIUM's Roman Catholies have “completed” plans
Russia Builds to end five years of exile for King Leopold by return-
ing him to the throne before the end of this month,
Largest A party spokesman announced to-day that Catholic
| Deputy Auguste De Schryver, former Chairman of his
Air Foree party, indicated that the Houses of Parliament will meet
- ° / separately next week to vote confidence in the New Gov-
ernment,
Pearl Harbour Day? ee + De Sehryver added that during
, the gg week, the en
/ASHINGTON, April « wou meet in joint session to
Car] Gein Cn the Royal Carpet vote the end of the Regency.
House of Representatives Armed NEW YORK. The Catholics made this promise
Services Committee, urged Con- During its first week on a few hours after Liberal leader
1 today to vote an additional Amtican soil, Queen Mary's Albert Deveze gave up a week's
89,211, for more war pianes rug has already earned £370 efforts to find a-compromise” in
gainst the threat of an “atomic worth of dollars, In spite of the “Royal Question”, which has
blitz bac weather 30,000 people split the nation in half.
He id the Administraiion’s went to look at it. Of them Deveze had tried to solve the
13,91 million Militar, Pro- 4,009 bought picture post- three weeks Government crisis
mme will. “wither. American caids, 700 bought brochures over the King’s return to the
is power,” | and 575 bought 7/6 souvenir Throne by a compromise, under
Vinson told the House of Rep- booklets which Leopold would abdicate
re atives that the President's after a time in favour of his 19-
Budget or the Fiscal Yeat —— jyear-old son, Prince Badouin.
beginning in July does not . Gasvon eee Catholic .
re adequate defence at time re . mier of Belgium’s outgoing Coali-
vhet the oe blitz of Eva Peron Is tion Government, was dalled in
row is real—a genuine poss | Goan ee eg Lm aon eee wha
ta iniversall nown today y harles, for consultations to-nigh
si tussit natin dine the jarges Godmother After conferring with the
irfo: ce the world,” he added Regent, Eyskens went to see Pro-
What are they buildings t for B [~> r fessor Jacques Pirene, King
hey are bui if e when y _ rOXY Leopold's Secretary in Brussels
ever their carefully imed Pear Asked whether Eyskens has
Hart Day come rou To Luxury Liner been called upon to form a new
Pate government, or was at least en-
~ LUNDON, April 4 trusted with ission of in-
oo | mer Eva Pero: vite formation” {to that effect, Eyskens
Sentenc ( Argent President il chief of cabinet replied. “Eyskens
N a) « Godmot prox was called in by the regent solely
I or Killing pane argo. line) for consultation and nothing else,”
© taunched at the Vickers Art Addressing Press Conference
> zt e trong Barrow j Furne to-night, Albert Deveze said: “The
e) Children aay ervice ndey Sincere desire for a national un-
Arger n Fl derstandi which | felt is in the
VIISSISSIPPI \pril 4 She leputed Senora Espena |heart a i those l cohsulted was
4 court here has sentenced t ere 1 ee ay Argentit met ely Pu ROE nas
| Daina es beer Londo Embassy, ) name the firon 4} discipline, whict
last of three white men charge 7 L500: tn, vebnel posed oke and pardlysea
with the murder of three negr Ox ; sai aieag o ‘ effort
childre a crime which horrifiex : He ed But Aw The
ie | : Phy Hildren. Rul ty yea age ‘ ’ , ;
Nell ea Tagen sister WOR ent trike in supp¢ Par aan rg nee
Mary Burnside 8, and he of Colone Juan Pert hom poor Me SCVeRUre Live walien: The
} ? eount eing led
brothe: Frankie Thurmon Politica pponent ad elze p ae
were shot dead at the home | it ol Phe De Example
Thomas Harris, a neg tenant | Octubre he Deveze i ife he was in
farme: last January 8 Three fof thr ! | enger the Haeue nembers-of all dele-
white men, Leon Turner, Windol | refrige ea irgo linet oO gation the Atlantic Pact talks
Whitt, and his brother, Malcolm | bu Argentina expressed thei inkiety that
Whitt, were arrested for the crime. | —Keuter, Belgium, which thus far has been
Malcolm a ee pelts | —— jan example of order And. unity,
yesterday to the manslaughter of | ’ . co become as ¢ ‘ at vidi
Ruby Nell Harris. The court Vozart Choir lsat ea shagiiaeaas ce phd
day entenced him to 10 ears 6 ‘ jexample to its neighbours, y
jail..Turner and Windol Whitt Will Not Sing element” of ‘discord capable . of
had been sentenced earlier to life damaging the great cause towards
imprisonment on murder charges ry ° ’ which ¢ are all striving.’
The district attorney called the Communist Songs or séia that these “teuilllie
attack a “drunken orgy of re-| BERLIN, April 4 did not signify foreign interter-
aac sae ane Ne ee two member! f Dre ence in Bel gium’s Domestic
men believed Harris had} len Mozart Cho have sought | affairs it a sincere wish that
caused the arraes after refug, West Berlin for fear of | Belgiw hould not jeopardise it
U Nag ObOKen Into Nis. NOMe! Seyi; et ‘ postwar economic rehabilitation.”
and tried to rape Mrs Harris. | rafus, mmunist song He added: “In the whole world,
White people raised a relief fund The oir leader Werner | there only one man, who could
fou urviving nembers of Ihe@! gohye erman Christain| rejoice at Belgium’s possible in-
negro family Reuter, Democt d to be reac-| ternal strife. IT leave you to guess
. tionary appeared at Dresden! who that is.” M. Deveze said that
° Vill Station her way to West Berlin any government that wanted ‘to
= | Frau Nehli told a Press conference seek any solution to the Royal
Russ hat \ I 1 Western Berlin hotel near Problem that was not based on
e he S$ t sector border national unity ould gravely im-
Fight Herr Sehueck had fled West} peril the nation. “One can only
; Berlin last week following a West bring back the king in an open
German newspaper report that a earriage, if one sure that he
BUDAPEST, April 4 choit ember belonged to an{would be greeted by cheering
Marshal Klementi Voroshilov U-Communist resistance group.| crowds and not by tumult,” he
the Soviet Union said her« The Reuter. \added.—Reuter .
plan the Imperialists re Sa — ~~ —
;}doomed and all the threats of
atomic or hydrogen bombs will °
not prevent us from continuing os
the fight for peace Nt A ve q
With Communist leaders fror 7 2 } th a he. “ Ae
20 countries including Britain anc COV ANA Y . CE } VE iA WA AMVOY
Canada, the veteran Russia
Marshal was last night reviewing
one of Hungary’s largest post-wa1
military and civilian parades
It held te elebrate the
fifth versary f Hungary’s
liberation from the Germans by
the Soviet Army on April 4. 1945
Marshal Voroshiiov——a member |
ot the Poltburo” and Deputy iy
Chairman of the Soviet Council | }
of Mir predicted that Mar- |
hal ti Tito uld f ver-
throw that Yugoslav would
regain place alongside the
“Peoples Democracies.’
The Western Qowers ire mis-
taken if they believe that the
Yugoslav people will support them
or can be incited to war against
the Democracies,” he aid
—Reuter.



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Revised Plan

For Jerusalem

GENEVA, April 4
The United Nations Trusteeship

Council to-day adopted without
opposition its slightly revised ver-
sion of the 1948 Statute for inter- |
hationalisation of a 100 square
mile area centred on Jerusalem.
Britain and the United States ab-
Stained

To mark those occasions
when charm, perfection
and easy confidence are

the keynote, nothing could

be more in keeping
than a cigarette bearing
the hallmark of

Gets Benson & Hedges,

Acheson






Goodwill Message Old Bond Street, London =
PARIS, April 4 when only the best will de,

The 1i8-nation Coyneil of the |

! Organisation for European Eco- |} ‘

homic Co-operation today sent a}

j goodwill essage on the snniver- ! . j

sary of the signature of the North | â„¢ ees:

Atlantic Treaty to United States | In tins of 50 tee

Secretary of State Dean Acheson $1.06 Brie 2

The message was signed by Belgi ode By APPOW TIENT

ap Foreign Minister Paul Van Zee- Meo oo | alle

|

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Mr. and Mrs. G. E. GIGLIOLL

Miss MADGE CUKE ,youngeste—

ughter of Hon. H. A. Cuke
O.B.E.,°M.L.C., and Mrs Cuke was
married on Thursday afternoon at
St. Andrew’s Scots Church in
Georgetown B.G., to Mr. Enzo
Giglioli,-son of Dr. G. Giglioli,
O.B.E., of British Guiana.
Hon. and Mrs. Cuke and their
son Henry were in B. G. for the
occasion. The bride was given in

marriage by her father; she wore .

a white organza gown with a
hoop skirt the style of the Victo-
rian era, the bodice was close
fitting with short full sleeves
Her long tulle veil was held in
place by a tiara of pearls, she
wore long white gloves and
carried a bouquet of white rose-
buds with strings of pearls twined
amongst them.
Her sister Mrs. Pe
Matron of Honour



Bayley was the
Henry Cuke
Knowles were ust
Hon. and Mrs, Cuke and Mi
Henry Cuke returned from B.G

yesterday by B.W.1LA

Leaving Shortly

AW SIR THOMAS SOUTHORN
in Bridgetown yesterday, busy
making last minute preparations
prior to his departure for England
in a day.or two.

With Lady Southorn and his
brother-in-law Mr, Woolf he has
been spending the Winter months
in Barbados as guests at Sam
Lords. During their stay in the
W.I. they also visited St. Lucia
for a few days as guests of Ad
ministrator Stow.

To Attend Meetings

R. E. F. Mc DAVID, C.M.G.,
C.B.E., Financial Secretary

of B.G. and Mrs. Me David a1
rived yesterday by B.W.1.A. from

British Guiana. Mr. Me David
here to attend meetings of the
Preparatory Committee for t
unified currency scheme for th«
British Caribbean territories. He
is Chairman of this committee.

They will be here until April 18th
and are guests at the Windso
Hotel.

Fine Weather

ERE to spend two weeks al

Cacrabank are Mr. and Mrs
Cc. R. Cragie and vheir daughter,
Beryl. Mr. Cragie is Supt. Engineer
Sprostons Ltd., in Georgetown and
this is their first visit to Barbados
They left B.G. in fine weather so
maybe the rainy season is over
pro tempore,

BY THE WAY

OUBTS expressed by several

scientists, as to whether the
latest bomb would really destroy
the world, have put the rest of
them on their mettle.

A weapon ‘that achieves any
thing short of universal destruc-
tion is a mere palliative, and all
scientists are determined that
there shall be no more bow-and-
arrow wars like the past.

Four eager pioneers discovered
a new element the other day,
“put it was so unstable that it
turned into something else two
hours later.”

Meanwhile, the news that gold-
fish were sick on an Atlantic
crossing recently has led to an
emphatic plea that Science should
find a cure for this sort of thing.
I await the announcement that
the real purpose of scientific re
search at present is to prevent
sea-sickness in goldfish, and to
ubolish the headaches which make
horseflies so petulant in the sum-
mer. If anything can really rouse
public opinion it will be the suf-



ew |

On a We ee 0 oe a ee eH

B.W.LA. Staff
EVERAL B.W.1.A. staff mem-
bers arrived from Trinidad
yesterday via B.G. Capt. Junior

Farfan, the pilot who flew the
R.M.A. “Antigua”
after successful test flights on

Saturday over Seawell, spent the Saturday and collected two pas-
day at the Ocean View Hotel and sengers for the U.K., Administra-
Trinidad tor R. St. J. Wayne and Miss Ann



wil] be returning to
sometime to-day.
Air Hostess Miss Eva



arrived yesterday, she
ill be returning to-day.

Miss Jean Aird, a Dominican
who is in the B.W.1LA. Port-of-

Spain office and Mr. C. Regan a







Ww

B.W.I.A. engineer are on their
way to Dominica, they arrived
yesterday and are due to leave

“Caribbee” this afternoon
It’s Easter
ESTERDAY a small youngster
went into the Advocate Sta-
tionery and carefully selected

by the

. about four sheets of brightly col-

;, oured paper, and no wonder for
this is Easter time and he was
making a kite. For many weeks

now almost every afternoon quite
a crowd of children, each with
his kite cam be seen on the Gar-

rison Savannah or some other
open ground flying his kite and
gazing up at it in wonder as it

performs all the usual tricks
St. Vincent for the
Week-end

epg a understands that Conne-
A mara 4, Mr. ‘Ada’ Cotting-
ham’s pleasure launch, which was
once an air-sea rescue craft, and
is now lying in Carlisle Bay will
be going St. Vincent for the
Easter week-end, manned by sev-
‘able and Wireless staff mem-
bers who are on holiday and some
of the boys from Burkes Beach
This certainly seems a lovely way
to spend a week-end.

For B.G. Olympiad
K*

to




ere

N FARNUM, Barbados cyclist

complete with his racing
bicycle left for B.G. yesterday to
take partin the B.G, Olympiad
which commences on Saturday

and continues on Easter Monday
and the following Wednesday. He
is entered in most of the inter-
national events. This is his second
B.G. Olympiad and last year he
won the 15-mile event, He expects
to be away for two weeks.
After Four Years
-_ SPEND two months’ holiday
in Barbados after working
in Curacao as a Laboratory Assist-
ant for four years is Mr. Harold
Carrington who arrived over th¢
week-end by B.W.LA,

By

ferings of animals. After that,
human beings might get a chance.

Maison Tirlitontaine
Z HAS been vemarked that
everal very pretty young

women seem to have the entreq
to the proprietor’s private office.
The other day he was entertain-
ing one or two of these privileged
friends, and had sent down for
a basket of peaches as a present
for one of them. Instead of send-
ing up the 72s. 6d. Peruvian
Wonders, a malicious assistant
abstracted the cardboard wonders
from the window. A long-legged
beauty took a hefty bite, made a
grimace and uttered an exclama-
tion of horror. “Not quite ripe?”
asked Foulenough. “How do you
tell ripe cardboard?” riposted the
offended siren, Foulenough bit
his lip. “They’ve sent up the toy
ones I give to children.” he said
angrily. To restore her selfrespect

cost the irate Captain a crate of
marzipan

eggs stuffed with an-

CAFE

JUGS:

—a few

THIS
HOTE

- "plane was Miss M. Debont who

to Trinidad stopped half a mile from Sandy

Scott Hospital who is
‘09 Scotland having completed three
years’ service in Antigua.

day

“Is that WHITFIELDS

of Broad Street?”

Please Send me. . .

COFFEE POTS: $1.01, $1.15, $1.23, $1.36
TEA POTS:
62c., $1.05, $1.19

CAFE RUSSETT (t.srown)



LS & GUEST HOUSES



With P.A.A. In Miami
R. and Mrs. John J. Allen |
arrived on Monday afternoon

by 38.W.1LA. from Miami via
Antigua and will be here fot |
three weeks. }

Mr. Allen is the son of Mr

and Mrs. John Allen who live in
San Juan, Puerto Rico, where Mr
Allen is with the
Wireless staff there. John Jr.,

however is with P.A.A. in Miam!.|,
They will be the guests of Mrs. |}
M. E. Allen in Worthing, during |‘
their stay in Barbados.

We Speak English

R. and Mrs. Sinclair Spence

and their small daughter
Karin, unlike most of the passen—
gers who were arriving from
Venezuela on Monday afternoon,
could speak English. Mr. Spence
is here for two wéeks but his
family will probably be remaining
on longer. Arriving by B.W.LA.
they are staying at the Paradise
Beach Club.

After Six Years

R. KENNETH PARKER who},

arrived from La Guaira air--
port on Monday by B.W.LA. said
he first heard of Barbados about
six years ago, and he has finally
come to see it now for himseif
He will probably be here for two

weeks and is staying at the
Ocean View Hotel.
Also arriving on the same

is also here for two weeks.

Transferred in Mid-Ocean
.S. Fort Duquesne from
Guadeloupe bound for Dieppe

Island off Antigua at 2 am. on

Tutor Holberton
going back to

Murphy, Sister



That’s a Long Time Ago
GENT from New Jersey has
written us saying that he

was in Barbados in 1899 and has

with him a newspaper called the
‘Barbados Bulletin’, dated Satur-
February 18th, 1899, the
paper is in very good condition,
and is willing to sell it ‘cheap’
if we are interested in buying it.

Mr. Perowne On The Air
R. STEWART PEROWNE,
former Colonial Secretary of

Farbados, gave a talk over the

B.B.C. last week entitled ‘“Tradi-

tion and Conflict in the West

Indies.” After giving a_ short

sketch of the historical and eco-

nomic background, he talked of
the rising generation of West In-
dians, particularly mentioning the
young St. Lucia poet, Derek Wal-
cott. Mr, Perowne has now been
appointed Political Advisor to tha
Emir of Cyrenaica,

For Colonial Students
HE British Council in London
will rent from the Ministry
of Works the new Hans Crescent
Hostel for Colonial Students which
they are proposing to open in
London later this year. For the
past eight years the property has
been requisitioned by the Ministry.
Last week it was announced that
they have purchased it for a sum
of £235,000,

Up and Up

aa returning home

from the United States

usually express pleasant surprise

at the many improvements noted

in and around the City of Bridge-
town.

Stately looking buildings, clean

streets, widened corners, smart
intelligent policemen, are some
subjects of comment. One of

the most recent is the traffic con-
trol and the attempts at one-way
routes. ‘You are doing fine”
said one fellow who had not been
home for 37 years.

BEACHCOMBER

chovies. “Flown in this morning
from Tierra del Fuego.” Later
that evening, when the proprieton
attempted to take toil of the
malicious assistant’s lips, she re-
buffed him as though stung by a
hornet. To restore her self-respect
cost him two dinners at the

“T shall never make a_business-
man,” sighed Foulenough, as the
cold beauty steeped herself to the
gills in bubbly.

In Passing
HOPE those doctors who
trying to makgy music a branch
of medicine read an extremely
witty article by Mr. Ernest New-
man on the subject. He quoted a
doctor who admitted that sedative
music, given to patients at bed-
time, “Bored them, and even led
to fighting.” In a world where it
is difficult for even the healthy to
dodge the incessant racket of the
radio, it is a little bit thick if
sick people are to have music
forced down their throats by

order of the psychiatrists.

are

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BARBADOS

‘|Why 500 Couples

Modes for men are
changing, too

Y2 have te look closely to

changes in men’s
fashions. Bat here are three
developments which catch the
eye

1—A_ waistcoat cut square
instead of in long points. Note
the two deep pockets in place
of the normal two-up and two-
down style,



2.—Outside ticket pocket, with
a “*- matehing the larger one
just below it.



3.—Sleeve with turned back
cuffs. One advantage for this:
the wearer will not need a ticket
pocket. But the style is the
cusrens hall-mark of a tailored
suit.

London Express Service,

fF SKELETON



1. This boy was 4 bit of a rip)
(two words).
Famous landing grounds,
Carpet country.





10. Disappeared we hear. up the
chimney

11. Not only in S. Africa is it @ |
birthday word.

12. Plot for sale? Not quite!

13. Let me do this for some con-
sideration!

14. “ Tread soi)” (anag.).

15. Given this servant, things
become painful!

17. Double him in for the
slaughtere:

19. Mark made a duck but got the
award

20. Apparentiy you give me only
two bob, that’s the trouble!

21. This stone has attractive pos-
sibilities.

22. One of the things a bride has
to assume (two words).

23. Cause a diversion?

CLUES DOWN

1. Preliminary try-outs for a girls

16.‘ team (two words)

4. Manet indicated the transposi-

tion.
3. American's description
Frenchman's English
(two words)
Oddly enough they may indi-
cate terror or delight.
Old officer we see about dusk
It’s a sitter! (two words),
Dispiace (sounds of interest to
keen gardeners).
Unable to indulge
winks ?
. Par

of 4a
effort ?

-

coc 2090

in forty

from imagipary, even
when beheaded.
Not. however what "6 Down”
did

. Pragrant start of a romance.
But the end piece of it, even
these days, is not usually as
tough as wood |

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18

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letter and are required to make
4 new word composed of the
combined letters. For. example
SLOPED with I is spoiled,
Now try these:



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2. NEATER with V is —— ?
3. EAGLES with U is —— ?
4. NOSES with A is —— ?
5. TWINE with H is —— ?
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ADVOCATE

Failed

—as reporied by Professor
Gwilym Reberts

A serious-minded Welsh pro-
fessor, who has spent more than
ten years gathering evidence, re-
ports to-day* his belief that ro-
mantic’ love does not work.

To 38-year-old Gwilym Roberts
love is like something on a mi-
croscope slide, He thinks that you
find out most about it if you look
at it with a scientist’s eyes.

After dissecting about 500 spe-
cimens of broken romance he is
fairly certain that he knows
where marriages go wrong.

Professor Roberts believes that
if more couples first got to know
each other in non-romantic
places the divorce statistics would
drop. ¥

He deplores the impression
created by the films “where the
stars don’t have to wash the
dishes or get up to light the fire.”

SIGNPOST THREE: The red
“Stop” sign flashes up if a man
won't co-operate in money matters
before marriage.

Many marriages “are dashed to
pieces because the partners could
not talk about how they would
spréad the money on furniture,
rent, clothing, food, and so on. —

These couples are “infantile.”
They want to lean on somebody
else (generally father-in-law).

Doctor's dont’s

| From the quiet murmurings and

He strokes his chubby face,| hysterical outbursts of the disil-

peers. through his wide horn-
rimmed glasses and says: ‘The
ideas of many people are muddled
concerning sex and love. We
need guideposts.”

So he comes up this spring
morning like a weather-beaten
road scout and puts up his direc-
tion signs for people who want
to be happy after they fall in
love.

His first words are for parents

—because the road to happ)

marriage starts in the nursery.

SIGNPOST ONE: The biggest
single influence that makes for
happy marriage is a sensible
upbringing.

When mother starts spoiling her
young son, sne is ruiiuiug ner
daugnter-in-law’s Muvriage.

Case History: Six-year-old
Jackie grabs his two-year-ola
sister’s toys. Mother rusnes
in to console the little girl.
Jackie might get the toys but

Jackie sets the table for mo-
ther and gets criticised if just
one knife or fork is crooked.
Grace sets them any old how
and gets a kiss for her effort.
So Jackie, his emotions crush-
ed, grows up secretly hating his
mother and sister.
But it all seems to pass over
without trouble until he gets
married—and then things go
wrong.

He nags her, ill-treats her,
pushes her around.

Mother was to blame for this
broken romance—years before.

little Grace gets the cuddling. |
|

Invalid Wife
Take another aspect of parental
mishandling that can make a

daughter into an unhappy wife.

Case History: Seven-year-old
Winnie became ill. Everybody was
kind and attentive. They said
nice things. It was like being a
baby again.

For the rest of her childhood
she enjoyed several little bouts
of apparent illness. It was more
pleasant in bed than in school.

Now Winnie at 35 is an invalid
wife. She did not like the
cares and duties of married life
so she retreated into illness. To
her it is a pleasure.

Her parents should not have
been fooled by her feigned ill-
nesses.

SIGNPOST TWO: Young fel-
lows and girls must go to places
where they can mingle naturally
with the opposite sex.

The shy girl who slinks on her
half-day into the darkness of the
cinema and buries her social in-
feriority in the arms of her screen
hero will not find a_ real-life
partner.

The hot-blooded young man
who makes a bee-line for the
dance floor every night of the week
is cutting down his chances of
finding an ever-loving vite.

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“UNDER NEVADA SKIES”
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Wild Bill ELLIOTT—
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Starring :

Maria MONTEZ — Jean Pierre
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lusioned visitors to his consulting
room, the Welsh professor
picked up some invaluable tips on
love-making.

GIRLS | should
dangerous silences after they have
been kissed. Talk!—about the boy
of course.

GIRLS should keep away from
dim corners. They should realise
at 15 to 17 their emotional age is
19 to 2l—but the boy is still
lagging behind. They should keep

nas

avoid those

him out of troubie. . ,

GIRLS stay old maids because
they will not spare time from
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1950

_ Barrage Evans

(From Page 1)



On Sugar

give priority to Empire sugar





Indies envisaged under this pro--
» posal, so that we may judge
wheuler unaer tne guaraniee
arrangements to be provided by
these proposals there shali be a
ful opportunity for the expan-

sion of the sugar industry in the
» islands.

ahead?
Mr. Evans. well

selves Canada gives a

substantial preferénce.
Mr. Marlowe.

As

as
ver.


































a







Mr. Evans. As I recall it, the
» expansion as compared with pre-
/war, taking from 1935 to 1938, and
averaging it. is very substantial.
yIt is certainly in the neighbour-
hood of 350,000 tons to 400,000,
“We have taken very carefully into
account all that my Honourable
» friend has said, before arriving at
this figure. We have sone a good
Geal for the West Indies. Before
_ the war the only protection they
had was £5 a ton preference,
whereas today they are being
F. oo a market for 71% of
_ their production.
_ Mr. Gammans. tias the Hon-
_ Ourable Member taken the trouble
to find out how strong have been
_ the expressions of public opinfon
_ 4m the West Indies on the negotia-
tions up to now? Does he realise
what a very bad effect it will have
on Imperial relations if the elected
delegation of these Colonies comes
Over to this country and the
Government refuse to do anything
‘@xcept entertain them?
Mr. Evans. Yes, sir.
_ Mr. Hafrison. Will my Hon.
friend say in view of our urgent
'meed for more sugar how it comes
about that he has put a ceiling
of 640,000 on the West Indian pro-
; ction, whereas in 1948 we were
“fmporting no less than 790,000
tors? What is the reason for this
“eensiderable. reduction in the
“Mount permitted under this
“Breement from the West Indies.

= Mr. Evans. x rust point out
‘Mat we shall not be getting from
Commonwealth, including the

allow it?





D. G. Leacock
Retiring

@ From page 1.







tact.

to stray from it.




debate.

is any legislative

of debate.
fact that this old established prac-
tice has continued under your
Presidency, is the surest proof ot
the confidence that we have had
i you in maintaining the dignity
of the Chair and ruling over our
deliberations.

I would like to wish you, Sir, on
behalf of all hon’ble members
around this table, many peaceful
and happy years in your retire-
ment and we hope that your
health will be spared for many
more years. :

Hon’ble R. Challenor said: Sir,
it is a great surprise to me tc







‘West Indies, the tonnage of sugar|hear of your retirement but I
we should be very happy to take, thoroughly endorse what the
’ even at the end of 1952. hon’ble Mr. Chandler has said





about you. You have filled your
high office with very great honour,
and we have all been very prou
of.you and to have had the honour
to work with you.

I have served with you in thi
Chamber both before and since
you became President and all tha‘
the hon’ble Mr. Chandler has saic
is quite true. I wish you many
happy years in your retirement.

The President replied: I thank

I « Legge-Bourke. In view oi
the fact that we export quite a
siderable amount of sugar from
country in the year, will the

- gentleman say whether the

It of this new proposal wil

9@ that we shall be exporting or re-
rting more sugar than we

sre before, or will we give more

gar to the consumers who really
t it?

4 r. Evans. We shall certainly ‘ r
Wpe to export as much. It is|t0 do my bit while here, and to
\ important that we should|Se@ every man’s side of the
tain our export markef. But question. , Q
to be pointed out that includ-; It is necessary for nie: to
jin this tonnage allowance is|"°wW- I am sorry to leave you, |
0 tons for Canada. We will miss these meetings very much
antee it, but Canada does not

{uarantee us that she will take it,
fo there is an element of risk even

the figures which are com-
eines of.

Captain Crookstank. At the end
all are the people in this
try going to have their sugar
uation increased? Is it going to
@main the same, or is it going To
@ decreased?
‘Mr. Evans. That is a different
ion,
. Peter Smithers. Is the Hon.
eman aware of the very
s political consequences

vou have said of me. I have tried






go
I

again thank you.





Legislature
Prorogued
@ From page 1.

I want to take this opportunity
to refer briefly to an outstanding
event of the year, viz, the visit
of Her Royal Highness Princess
Alice and the Earl of Athlone. I
am sure that I am echoing public
opinion when I say that the de-

; monstrations of public apprecia-

might follow from the an- tion were a measure of its sue+
ement he has made and}

| cess.
in the eyes of many people a Speaker and Members of
tthe West Indies, rightly -or|tne House of Assembly:
Tonely, the good faith of the| 1 thank you for the supplies
» OVernment is involved in view! which you have voted from time
' the statement made by the} to time to meet the needs of the
imister at the negotiations last | public services,
Wamer? What action does it} Mr. President and Honourable
topose to take to make sure that: Members of theLegislative
AY good faith is re-established in | Council: ~ ; aasdictee
@ eyes of the population of the} , Mr. Speaker and i embers of
i Indies? ag Se ned ete ce reise of
Me, Evans. Fair Se ee the powers in me vested by the
see NE ene Letiers Patent of His Majesty the
Mat the Government’s proposals

|King dated the 4th day of June,
‘@ eminently fair.
" » Doods Parker. Will the

| 1914, I now prorogue the Legisla-

| ture and I order that it stand pro-
Om. gentleman tell the House
hat the Government are doing
mess that sugar importing
ions he mentions one
@hada to give an undertaking to






}rogued until the 25th of April,
1950.

Members of the House bowed
to the Governor and returned to
their Chamber, and the Governor
left.



As President you have filled
the Chair both with dignity and
You have never stifled de-
bate, you have given us full lati-
tude but you have still kept us to
the point whenever we have tried

This Council, I think, must be
unique in that it has no rules of
I doubt whether there
Chamber
throughout the world besides this
particular one which has no rules |
I feel that the mere;



stop overproduction in the period

our-

y

Is it not true of
the whole matter that the Govern-
gmment have deliberately limited |
the sugar ration because the in-
vcrease needed would involve anj|
extra food subsidy and the Chan-|
cellor of the Exchequer will not

Mr. Evans. No, that is not true |





Exam.

The Alleyne Schooi:
Hunte, OQ. Licorish.
Coleridge School:

cirade II—

Grade Il — F. wW.

Goodridge. Grade III—e. F. Belgrave,
A. W. G. Harding, L. T. Small.
Combermere School; Grade I—K. D,

King, D, D, Walker. Grade Il—G. B.
Ciarke, G. A. Collymore, C. A, Hyndman.
QO. R. Knight, A. B. Marshall, H. E
Porte, E. C. Shuriter, M. B. Waikes, L. E.
Whitehead, Grade Lii—E. G. Adams,
T. A. Armstrong, G. L. Austin, O. _E;
Belle, C. L. Boiden, E. E> Callender,
M. B. Carter, E, L. Clarke, C. D. Daniel.
C. R. Fletcher, E. L. Haynes, C. K. Hold-
er, L. S, Husbands, J. W. Inniss, R. E.
Lord, R. D. Marshall, K. L. Morris, A. R.
Murray, F. McK. Richards, G. H. Shep-
herd, O, A. Simmons, A. D. Trotman,
I, V. Weekes, H. E. Williams.

Foundation School: Grade I—G. BE.
Clarke, C. A. Hopkinson, 8, A Jones,
Grade II—V. B. Callender. Grade IlI—
C, L. Bynoe, E, Clark, L. B. Phillips.

Parry School: Grade Ili—E, L, Archer,
L. T. Bellamy, M. R. Yearwood
Asérey Studio: Grade III—S. N.
wards, J. W. Harris, D. O. |



Ed-
Jones, L. E.

Jones,

Barbados Academy: Grade III~—I. L.
Inniss

Modern High School: Grade II—G. C,
Brigés. Grade III—S. L. Archer, S. deS.
Tayior, E. L, Watkins.

Supplementary: English Literature,
Geogwiaphy (Credit) A. E. Bushell,
English Language, Elementary Mathe-

mates (Credit); English Literature (Pass)



C. R. Worreii,

English Language, Elementary Mathe-
matics (Credit) G. C. L, Ifill,
Mount Tabor Secondary School: Grade

, 1tl—V. C. Adamson.

both of you very much for what | Browne, R. 0. Daniel, L.

|

|
|

Regal School: Grade III—O. M. Watson.
Private Candidates: Grade III—V. A.

A. Ford, ,
Hamblin, K. B. Howard, K, A



Griffith, C

Hutchinson, S. S. Licorish, J. W. Lovell,
W. H. Lowe, L, L. Price, C. Rawlins,
H. D. Rouse,

(Girls)

The Alexandra School: Grade II
King, S. M. King, L. E. Ward. Grade
ill—O, J, Dapeiza, E, L. Dowding, E. C.
Walcott

The Alleyne School:

Grade Ill — J.

but it is right I should go now. T | Bradshaw, C. V, Franklyn.

Foundation School; Grade II—J. V
thur, B. N. Beale, T. H. Beale, G
Bullen. Grade Il1I—G. E. Cheltenham.

Queen's College: Grade I~-A, L, Suther-
land, G. M._E, Yarde. Grade Il—G,
Alleyne, B. L. Batson, M. C. Griffith, R
A. Hudson, J. Y, Jones, L. L. Jones, M. J.
eliman, Grade IlI—T. E, Arthur, J. E
Croney, D. P. Gibbs, T. M. Gill, N. A,
Hall, J. R. Harrison, L, D. Inniss, D. E
King, T. A. King, A. I. Lioyd, E. N. Mur-
rell, E. D. A. Norris, C, E. Olton, P. C. A
Rowe, S. P. Smith, E. E. Vaughan, N, P
Weatherhead, E. C, Wedderburn, J. C,

iulams, S. E. Yarde






Supplementary: English Language
(Credit) E, A. Daniel.

English Language (Credit) E. H. Wat-
son,

English Language (Credit) B. M. M,
Williams.

St. Michael's Girls’ School: Grade I

M. E. P. Newton. Grade II—C. Y. Ashby,
B. E. Bancroft, V. E. Kennedy, H. MeCon-
ney. Grade II—C. A. Burrowes, N. me Fs
Forde, E. Goodman, J. H. Greaves,
Vv. J. E. Headley, E. Johnson, S. D,
Marshall, E. I. Padmore, J. U. Padmore.

Aggrey Studio: Grade IIl—L, L. Arthur,
H. M. Carter, V. E. Downes, H,. 1, Hinds,
A. M. McAlister, S. E, Sandiford, M. EB.
Selman, S, E, Small, P, Trotman

Industry Sehool: Grade Ili—V. M.
Belgrave. A. O. Haynes, E. I. Jones, J. I.
Marshall,

Modern High School: Grade Il—M, H.

Gill Grade IIl—E, G. Bayley, T. E
Blenman, C. E. Broomes, C. F. Holder,
N. R. Kirton, E. D. Maynard, T. D. Stuart,

N. E, Williams

Supplementary : Spanish—(Credit)—L.



4. Barrow

St. Winifred School; Grade I—J. P.
Birkett. Grade IIR, R. Fieldman, R. D
Hunte. Grade IlI—L. E. Bowen, J. E
Cole, P. R. Stoute,

Supplementary: English Language—
Credit)—B. L. Goddard.

Stewart Hill Studio: Grade Ill M. D.
Codrington, C. E. Thorne.

Private Candidates: Grade Ili—E. M.
C. Boyce, V. M. Burke, T. D. Green, E.
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D. E. Sinckler, C. E. Straker, B. J. Warn-
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THE UNITED PARISHES of Barbados Charity Group are here

at their office, New York, preparing barrels of food and clothing
for miles of travel to Barbados.

right) : Mr. Charles King, Mr. Mewbry Gilkes and Mrs. Udine
Newton—Amsterdam News Photo.
Same cence teas iiben oncghipenchaibale

Results | 1

Packing barrels are (left to

2 Barrels of
Clothes For

Poor at Easter
FROM NEW YORK

The “Fort Amherst” brought
to Barbados from New York on
Monday 38 cases of food and soap
along with 12 barrels of clothing
which will be distributed to poor
people of the island.

These gifts, which will be given
out for Easter, have been sent by
the United Parishes of Barbados
Charity Group, New York. The
group consists of West Indians,
chiefly connected with Barbados,
under the chairmanship of Mrs.

Undine Newton and Mr. Charles

Roy King, General Secretary,
who is of St. Andrew, Barbados.
first

Barbados benefited from

| the group when in February last





a, p, | Committee.

|

H. |

|

year food and clothing arrived
to be distributed in St. Andrew
Since then other parishes have
received gifts.

Canon W. Harvey Read has
been appointed to act as liaison
officer between the organisation
in New York and the Barbados
He was chosen when
Bishop Huges of Barbados was in
New York in September last and

met representatives of the organ- he examined the fodder in the
isation at St. Martin’s Church,} bag. He was then taken to Dr

An | New York. Hutson and treated. After he
: } came back to the station from the
January 1950 saw $800 sent | doctor, Cpl. Morris took him to
down by the organisation to be| Forde’s land at Sherbourne. He
distributed to poor of the parishes. afterwards took the Police to

Prusaed



| Three Found Guilty



| Inflicting Bodily Harm

CHARLES FORDE, Prince Forde, Colvin Forde, Lionel

Gibson and Arthur Bailey

appeared before the Court of

Grand Sessions yesterday on alternate counts of causing
bodily harm on Joseph Spooner on July 2 with intent and

unlawfully and maliciously
ca Joseph Spooner.

Charles Forde pleaded guilty to

the second count and this plea
was accepted by Mr. W. W. Reece,
K.C., Solicitor General, who
| conducted the case on behalf of
the Prosecution.

The Jury found Prince Forde
and Lionel Gibson guilty of the
second count while they returned
a verdict of ‘not guilty’ against
Colvin Ferde and Arthur Bailey

His Honour Sir Allan Colly-
more, Chief Justice, postponed
sentences on Charles Forde,
Prince Forde and Lionel Gibson.

The five defendants were re-
eo by Mr. E. K. Walcott,

| The Story

Joseph Spooner of Sherbourne,
St. John, principal witness for the
| prosecution said that he owned
land and had a cow.
| On the evening of July 2 he left
|his home to go to Hothersal for
some cane fodder. He left Hother-
sal land and took a short cut
across Norris’s land on his way
home. Norris’s land is near
Forde’s land.

When he got about three feet
from Forde’s land he looked ahead
and saw a banana tree. He also
saw someone by the banana tree
It was about 6.30 p.m. and the
moon was shining bright. After
he saw the man behind the tree,
he asked who it was.

The man
then rushed out and struck him
three blows in his head with a

stick

Later four men rushed at him,
two from Forde’s land and two
from Norris's. The five men be-
gan to beat him. He then iden-
tified Prince Forde, Colin Forde
Lionel Gibson and Arthur Bailey
as four of the men who were beat-
ing him

Unconscious
continued to bea hin
until he was unconscious
When he regained conscieusness
he found one man sitting on his
hip and Charlie Forde standing
on his right hand. Forde remained
on his hand up to the time the
Police arrived. Estelle Springer
Beryl Batson and others came.
Cpl. Morris arrived and foun:
three of the men. He removed the

They

men and carried him (witness)
to the Four Roads Sub-Station
.The bag he was carrying was

brought to the station by Charlie
Forde. It contained fodder

Soon after Sgt. Reid arrived and

Gets Twelve Months

For Manslaughter

TWELVE MONTHS’ IMPRISONMENT was imposed
on Alfred Prescod of Christ Church, by His Honour the
Chief Justice, Sir Allan Collymore, at yesterday’s sitting

of the Court of Grand Sessions.

Prescod was found guilty

last week of the manslaughter of 21-year-old Leonard Mose

ley on the night of October

He was represented by Mr.
D. H. L. Ward. Mr. Ward asked
His Honour to take into consider-
ation the youth and the previcus
good record of Prescod. He said

that he had made enquiries andj tooth, “but then it was from

found out that Prescod. was a man
with a good character and an
industrious worker,
from a respectable family.

Under these circumstances he
asked the leniency of the Court.

His before

“The

Honour,
sentence said,
found you guilty of manslaughter.
You are a young man with a good
character and there are many
letters speaking in your favour.”

jury have

He told him that it was a very
unfortunate occurrence and the



He also came!

31,

He told Prescod that it was tru
that he was not the aggressot
and that the other man
struck the first blow damaging his
mouth and causing him to lose his

your
evidence and that of your mother
| that you had your knife ready,”
he said,

had

“Although it is a knife you
| carry on your person, when he
was about to strike you the second
blow you stabbed him, causing

‘ boot ee 0
imposing; his death

His Honour ended, ‘Your action
would amount to provocation but
it certainly could not amount to
self-defence.”

After imposing sentence His
Honour told Prescod that he hoped
Mr. Clarke, his previous employer,
he












} sister.

inflicting grevious bodily harm

Hothersal land and showed them
where he had cut his fodder.

On the following day he went
to the General Hospital and was
examined by Dr. Payne but was
later treated by Dr. Carter.

To Mr. Walcott: I was charged
seven months later with taking
cane sprouts from Hothersal land,
T was convicted. I heard from

losing cane sprouts. All five men
had sticks at the station. I am
charged with trespassing and at-~
tempting to wound Colvin Forde
but these cases are still pending.
The sprouts on Forde’s land was
about four feet high, I got over
40 blows and many of these were
on my back.

The Doctors
Dr. C. L. Hutson, Police Medical
Officer of District ‘C”, said that

on July 2 at 11.15 p.m. the Police
brought Spooner to him at his
surgery.

He then described the injuries
he found on examination to the
Court. One of these injuries
made him suspicious of a frac-
tured rib. The injuries were con-
sistent to blows by a stick and the
fracture may have been caused
by a fall.

To. Mr. Walcott: Spooner did
not complain of any injuries to
his back.

Dr, Carter. P.M.O. of St. John,
said that Spooner came to him on
July 10. He was complaining of |
pain in his chest. In his opinion
he had a broken rib and a contu-
sion of the right upper chest

To Mr. Walcott: When I saw
him he should have recovered in |
about two or three weeks. There |
will be no permanent disability. |

Dr. D. O. Payne, House Sur- |
geon of the General Hospital, said }
that he saw Spooner on July 3 in
the morning. He examined Snoon-
er who was treated and referred
to the X-ray Department The |
X-ray picture showed a broken
rib.



|
|
Beryl Batson of Cherry Grove, |
St. John, told the Court how she |
went to the scene and saw two}
men holding down Spooner. One
of the men told her that he had
missed canes from his land. He
showed her the spot where the
‘anes were cut from. Later two
other men came with Cpl. Morris.
To Mr, Walcott The bag was
handed to Cpl. Morris.
telle Springer, the next
corroborated Batson’s

wit-
story



The Police

for the Prosecu-
Morris, said that on July

Last witness
10n, Cpl



OF |

some other person that Forde was |

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Published by Thu Advocate Co. Ltd., 34, Broad St., Bridgetow?



Wednesday, April 5, 1950

Looking Back

THE prorogation bf the House of Assem-
bly yesterday brings to an end the first
Session. of the House elected in December
1948. The elections of that year gave to
the Barbados Labour Party a majority over
any single party and numbers equal to the
combined opposition. There has thus been

* no necessity for a coalition and although
the Government has not possessed an abso-
lute majority it has been able to function
with considerable success in the enactment
of legislation designed to implement its



licy.

The number of Barbados Scholarships has
been increased; an increase of salaries has
been given to members of the Civil Service
and cost of living bonuses have been abol-
ished; Occupancy Tax which has for so
long been the subject of angry controversy
has been abolished and: the highly con-
troversial Oil Rights Bill has been placed
upon the Statute Book.

The life of the House of Assembly has
been extended to three years and members
of the House and Executive have been given
salaries to recompense them for their
services,

A Bill making provision for holidays
with pay failed to pass the Legislative
Council, and recommendations for grant-
ing financial assistance to the Pottery
Industry likewise failed to meet with the
approval of the Upper Chamber.

The House has passed a Resolution ask-
ing that members conducting Government
be granted Ministerial status. The achieve-
ments in the realm of politics have been
reasonable and except for the Bill vesting
Oil Rights in the Governor-in-Executive
Committee, have generally met with the
approval of public opinion.

It is rather in what has not been done
than in the positive results that criticism
may be well-founded. No means to halt
the ever spiralling cost of living has yet
been devised; the educational policy to be
adopted both in respect of Secondary and
Elementary Schools needs clarification and
a bold approach if the present problems
are to be overcome.

The Reports on Local Government and
the Deep Water Harbour await the approval
and implementation of the Legislature.
Members of the public await with eager
interest the debate on the Report of the
Standing Closer Association Committee.

In the ensuing Session it is imperative
that the Government should devote their
undivided energies to the grave economic
prospects that confront the island, In
struggling to deal with the economic posi-
tion, no spectacular political triumph may
be achieved but success in that field will
redound to the benefit of the people far
more than the enactment of political legis-
lation.

Over all there hangs the continued policy
of the Imperial Government restricting,
controlling and harassing the activities of
businessmen, perpetuating the high cost
of living and creating discontent and dis-
satisfaction in Barbadian life.

It is to these important matters that the
people demand that attention be paid. It
is on the record of their success or failure
in these matters that the electorate will
judge their representatives when they
must again seek the people’s favour,

The time has also come when members
of the Government can forget the age old
tales of exploitation. Members of the
House of Assembly should cease to rant
about what they call the three hundred
year exploitation of “the monied classes”.
Statesmanship requires that a sense of
unity be fostered rather than a harping on
the past shortcomings of particular groups
—an exercise requiring little political
ability.

Certain Members are still too prone to
inject the question of colour into matters
in which colour plays no part and its men-
tion can only serve to arouse an emotional
outburst. It is right that Members should
be vigilant to ensure that discrimination
based on colour should have no part in
Barbadian life but at present there are some
who see the spectre of colour in every
question that occupies the attention of the
Assembly.

If Members omit reference
when reference can serve no useful purpose the
great econmic problems of the day can be tackled
in an atmosphere more conducive to success.
Economic stability and prosperity is the founda-
tion on which all else rests. Without it the
most grandiose schemes will be of no avail and
the standard of Barbadian life will remain piti-
fully low—a reproach to Barbadians and their
leaders.

to such matters

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Churchill Pleads For

LONDON.

Winston Churchill was in better
form than I have ever heard him
since the war. Reading the text
of his remarkable speech on
foreign affairs does not give the
full measure of its strength. Each
word in every sentence fell into
placé; with each phrase the em-
phasis and emotion of that remark-
able voice changed to suit the
words. It is easy to think of
Churchill as a fighting man
thundering forth his advice, growl-
ing his contempt, as he did during
the war, and denouncing the ini-
quities of a Government he des-
pises. But this rotund, elderly,
bald-headed figure standing at the
despatch box, facing the timid
Prime Minister and the silent
ranks on Labour Benches, gathered
a grandeur. What deeper ring of
contempt could he have placed in
his voice than he used when
referring to the petty follies that
have marred our policy to con-
quered Germany? Could an old
opponent have been more generous
than Winston Churchill was to
de Gaulle, the French leader, in
friendship between France and
quoting his speech on the need for
Germany? Struck dumb by the
eloquence of the strategist, the
war leader, not even the most
arrogant of Labour interrupters
could find a place to raise his voice
during this speech. Slowly but with
ever-growing force Churchill
mounted the full strength of his
scheme for a powerful, defensive
and united Europe to stand against
the threat of Soviet aggression
Who could plead better than he
for real understanding and unity
of purpose, in peace and war,
between France and Germany?
For it was Winston Churchill who
showed the strength of his purpose
and the gift of imagination in
offering union between Britain and
France at the moment when
France stood yn her darkest hour
—nearly ten years ago. Those ten
years since he taok office seem to
have borne but lightly on the
resilient statesman. It was a
pleasure, as much to his political
opponents, as to his friends to hear

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Europe

By David Temple Roberts

it. The main sphere of Communist
activity was to be action in unions
and factories. This week that
austere asseably, the House of
Lords, has heard some pungent
words on Communism—and par-
ticularly on wny inteiligent men

can bring themselves to join this
astonishingly autocratic organisa~-
tion operating in the
an alien power. Lord Vansittart
was the most striking speaker. He- pital, and above all, he has lost
asked for some radical measures to the all-important sense of respon-
root out Communism. In particular
he thought the B.B.C., (and the
British Council), often gave Com-
munists chances to air their views.
There is not entire agreement with
cord Vansittart here. Some think

interests of



that it is better to defeat Com- were
munism openly than to drive it
anderground, But there is agree-
ment that care should be taken
to prevent known Communists
obtaining key positions. According
ts the unwritten constitution of
this country the holding of opinions
and the eapression of them is free
—but there
right for a man to have a particu-
lar job, The Manchester Guardian,
the vocal guardian of the liberal
tradition,
should seek a moderate course—
between the witch-hunting of the
United States and the laxity of
france—in
Communists in our midst. In the

is no constitutional
suggests

that Britain

its treatment of the

debate the point was made that
Communism in the Colonies
emanated from London and was
directed from London. The pow-
ers of Governors to send home
disloyal elements who come to a
Colony to agitate was being evaded
by cunning Communist agitators
who kept their key men at work
in little committees in London and
‘ ‘ opera 2 i 5
Communists and Communism oo It er eee om
Since I last reported on thé the affair of Seretse Khama nas
sickly state of Communism in offered these agitators an opvor-
Britain the little band of Moscow's tunity to pray on the minds of

Churchill restored from gloomy
headshakings In the last Parlia-
ment to this stature of an orator’s
domination in the new Parliament.
To those who were fortunate to
near him, this speech will be a
memorable occasion. There has
been no such moment in our Par-
liament since the war.

feeblest brood in Europe
changed its tune. After

admitted Parliament was not for

(Our London Corrrespondent)
April Ist, 1950.
Big schemes are now 1n progress
to improve Colonial Police Forces.
As part of the plan twelve gazetted
officers from different colonies are
now in this country undergoing an
extensive training course at the
internationally famous Police Col-
lege at Hendon.

From the West Indies has come
Inspector Claudius Roberts, high-
est non-commissioned officer of
the 120 strong Dominica Police
Force. He has eighteen years ser-
vice to his credit and has recently
applied for promotion. If he is
successful in his course examina~
tions he may become one of the
first West Indians to be promoted
to commissioned rank in the peace-
time police force.

The course is a stiff one, em-
bracing all aspects of police work.
The first four months are devoted
to theory and for the remaining
period the colonial police officers
will be seconded to various city

and country police forces for
practical training,
Already they have received

lectures in crime detection and
prevention, from top-ranking
Scotland Yard experts. Later this
month they will undergo au exam-
ination based on the various sub-
jects dealt with by the lecturer.

One aspect of police work which
is. completely new to Inspector
Roberts has impressed him con-
siderably. That is the British
system of finger-printing suspects
and criminals, In Dominica there
is no legislation for finger-printing
people brought in by the police
but Inspector Roberts feels that
it is a system which could be used
to great advantage.

As part of his training he has
visited the famous finger-printing
department at Scotland Yard in
which millions of files are kept
containing records of all police
cases, He was completely astound-

[ed at the way in which any one

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set of prints could be traced and
identified within five or ten
minutes.

New also to him is the British
system of training Alsatian dogs
to play their part in police work.
So far he has not had the oppor-
tunity to see any of these dogs in
action but later in the course he

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consistently in promoting a
Government under which a
wrong to the humblest is an
affront to all.”

~-Hon. FRANK MURPHY.

U.S.A. Attorney-General
(1940).



Just Your Doctor

Free medicine is popular in
Britain, there is no doubf of that.
The Conservatives do not oppose
the National Health scheme—ana
they would be politically unwise
to try. But there are many eriti-
cisms being made of the effects of
the scheme on the way we are
being treated by the doctors. A
report that makes human and in-
teresting reading has just come
gut describing the poor state t-
which the overworked family
doctor has been relegated. In the
old days he was the responsible
man. Now he has become a signer
of forms, an official to be passed |
by the sick on the way to a hos-

sibility for each individual patient.
At the worst the overworked doc-
tor thinks of his patients as so
many cards in a file. At the best
the conscientious man is barred
from attending in hospital a man
he has skilfully diagnosed and

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CURTAIN IN. fMUNGARY

Dr. Zoltan Pfeiffer, former State |
Secretary of Justice of Hungary, here-
with discloses for the first time the real |
“Iron Curtain” behind which Soviet
Russia is building its might in that
Satellite Nation. Few refugees have been
able to escape the terror through this
ivou eurtain, but from them Dr, Pfeiffer
has learned the full import of the recent
“treason and spy” tricks in Hungary.
In 1947, Dr. Pfeiffer was forced to flee to
the United States with his family. Here,
~ he is acting as one of the leaders of a

Democratic “National, Council” in exile.

By Dr. Zoltan Pfeiffer

Former Secretary Of Justice.
Hungarian Government

NEW YORK.
The Iron Curtain that divides Hungary
from the rest of the world actually is a

passed on through the state medi- barrier of iron.

cal mechanism. Not all this is the
fault of the Minister of Health or
his scheme. Partly it is up to the
profession of medicine itself, in

Reports out of the communist satellite
nation today reveal Hungary is surrounded
by a fence of heavy strands of barbed wire—

this country, to restore the status-| electrically charged.

of its “General Practitioners”.
There is always a tendency for
the highly qualified expert to raise
himself up until he is out of touch
with the rank «and «file. The

Hundreds and thousands of hapless Hun-
garians recently seeking to flee from the
barbarism and oppression of the Soviet-
imposed dictatorship, have paid with their

National Health Service has help-} jives in a futile attempt to gain freedom.

ed on this tendency. Doctors now
find that all the great benefits they
promised—new _ buildings,
secretarial assistance, better equip-
ment—have been cut down as the
cost of the scheme mounted. But
the hospitals, which have to be
kept up and certainly need im-
proving, have prospered relative to
the “General Practitioner.” Doc-
tors are, perhaps, the most dis-
gruntled and, dissatisfied profes-
sion in Britain to-day.

Not Another Shakespeare ?
I doubt, sincerely, whether
Christopher Fry will ever rank
among the great figures of our
literature who have written for
the stage. But he has one point in
common with the Bard. He
writes in verse, and it is verse
that is personal, not obscure, but
original and difficult to under-
stand. When Shakespeare was at
work his way of writing was brand
new. Christopher Fry also has
achieved the unique success of

packing theatres in London with |

plays written in verse—and not
what would be called popular jin-
gles. “Venus Observed” with a
telescope in the middle of the
stage is perhaps the most popular
of London plays this Easter. And
I hear another of Fry’s plays, that
he wrote some years ago, has now
been elevated to a classic by being
played to an audience at low

don. Such is fame.

will visit one of the police schools
where they are trained.

During his eighteen years in tne
force—he joined the Leeward

For this Iron Curtain is heavily patrolled
by special border police, combing the frontier
with bloodhounds. Other guards stand duty
on towers, keeping a sharp watch by day
and piercing the frightened night with wide | |
sweeps of bright search-lights. '

It is becoming increasingly evident that
within Hungary, Moscow is building its
might against the future. I have learned]
from the underground that functions none- %

theless, and through refugees who have %
made their escape, that Moscow today is x
mounting its might in the area within Hun-|%

gary near the Yugoslav border.

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a Communist who won’t follow the Krem-
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stranglehold ‘on Czechoslovakia isn’t as
complete as that which the Soviet maintains
in Hungary under the puppet dictator,
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To keep the lid on the slave dictatorship
that enforces these trials, Rakosi and his
Moscow advisers have picked the officers
and troops best suited to their purpose.

Along the border, guarding the path to
freedom against all who want to escape,
are elite troops of the state police under
the command of Gen, Revesz, an old Com-
munist who replaced the famous General
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Gen. Revesz is a reliable tool of Rakosi
and has become famous for his cruel effici-
ency. Revsz is a newly created general who
learned his strategy at the time when he
was the leader of a Communist under-



Islands Police in 1932—Inspector
Roberts has had several thrilling
experiences. On one occasion he
recaptured within two and a half
hours a dangerous criminal who
had broken out of jail, In an effort
to avoid detection the man had
disguised himself in female cloth-
ing and there was great surprise
at the police station when Inspec-
tor Roberts came back bringing in
a prisoner wearing a dress.

Outstanding among all his recol-
lections however was one night
during the war when with a squad
of twelve he prevented a riot
among five hundred Frenchmen
who arrived in the Leewards from
neighbouring French islands.

This is his story: “The call
came through to the Police station
that five hundred Frenchmen were
causing trouble down in the town.
I took a squad of twelve men
and marched them down to within
forty yards of the mob where I
halted them. I could see big piles
of stones had been gathered by
the Frenchmen and I knew it
would not require much provoca-
tion for serious trouble to begin.

“I walked up to the mob alone,
having told my assistant officer
that if anything happened to me
he should take the remainder of
the men back to the Police Station
and get help as soon as possible.

It was touch and go for a couple}

of minutes but I spoke to them
and told them to go back to their
homes, At first I thought they
were not going to take any notice.

Then the ringleaders turned away |

and the rest folowed. I was ex-
tremely glad to see them go so
easily.”

Inspector Roberts is unlikely to
run into any similar trouble while
he is on course in England.



ground group in Nazi occupied Hungary.

Gen Renesz now commands 10,000 well-
trained and excellently equipped “frontier
hunters” in addition to his secret police,

The “frontier hunters” are a semi-milic |
tary force which could be added at any}
time to the regular army. Their training|
is supervised by a high Russian officer of
the notorious MVD, the secret police of the
Soviet Union.

Most loopholes in the Iron Curtain have
been closed during the last few months.
A great number of land mines were laid in
the dense forests which had _ previously
given some protection to the fugitives and the
waterways leading to Austria such as the
Danube, and the Lake Pertoe are now pat-
rolled by police motor boats.

Hungarian circles in Vienna estimate that
of the thousands who tried to escape toward
Austria during the last few months, only
about 10 per cent reached safety.

A recent report said that a group of 21
Hungarians, including a high Hungarian
officer and his family of three, a Catholic
priest, a young university student and the
Countess Juliska Nadasdy, only two suc-
ceeded in escaping through the Iron
Curtain.

Eight others were killed by an exploding
jland mine and 11 were wounded by bullets
lof the alarmed “frontier hunters”. Three
of the wounded were able to reach the
nearby Austrian town, Guessing, where
they were brought to a hospital.

Guessing, however, is in the Russian
occupation zone, and under the pressure ot
the Russian authorities, even these three
were sent back to Hungary, by the Austrian
police. None of them was ever heard of
again.










Such tragedies occur every day along
| the Hungarian Iron Curtain.—(LN.S.)

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SIR.—You complain that little
interest is shown in the suggested
policy of Confederation. That
you receive letters on all sorts of
subjects except that. Well let me
deal shortly with one aspect of
that subject—Economy.

At present we have in Barba-
dos .a paid House of Assembly,
numerous Civil Servants, and a
Governor. Does the man in the
Street understand that not in lieu
of all this but on top of all this
we are invited to impose the re-
gim~> of a Governor General and
his redundant staff, very highly
paid additional officials, and
members of a Federal Legislature
And what will they do? We in
Barbados will still continue
legislate for ourselves as regards
purely Barbadian interests, and
have in addition to help support
a Federal entourage with its
cumbrous impediments.

We are told that an initial ex-

to

penditure of £180,000 a year will
be the cost of this experiment, but
does anyone think that our lia-
bility will rest there? Will it not
resemble Bevan’'s Health Service
now and then demanding larger
contributions.

The comparison with the Fed-
eration of Canada and Australia
is illusory. In those cases we are
dealing with countries whose in-
dividual Provinces are large and
wealthy, and have important re-
sources and natural wealth. Here
in the West Indies we have small
and poor communities some of
whom balance their meagre bud-
gets with difficulty or not at all.




We have no preponderant wheat,
mineral, or wool industry to rely
on. In Barbados 200,060 peopl
cluster, who for the mos art
find a difficulty in making :
ing. In addition to cur own costs
of Government we are no
vited to contribute to the

costs of a Federal-edifice. Is it not
wise to paus j t ler



the money is to come from? More
taxation would be intolerable,
and increase the cost af living to
our people already near the bor-
der of penury. Pursuing the “will
o’ the wisp" of self-government
we may find ourselves in a_finan-
cial mess from which the British
Government may or may not ex-
tricate us at a price. Self-gov-
ernment will neither feed us nor
increase our sugar output, nor find
us markets. We must not be led
astray by a nice sounding word
that pleases the ear. Self-Gov-
ernment is the legitimate aim of a
wealthy country that can afford it.
We may take it a’ an axiom that



there can be no independence
without economic independence.

keep thinking of the fable tf

H They had a g Hog

i i him dull, heavy, and

They therefore

Stork instead, who

eat them up, Oo
be interestea iii
Government, < i ything elss

One uim reason for the

gested Federation is thus stated-—
“The enabling of all the separate
islands to act together, and speak
with one compelling voice.”

I do not know who is to be
compelled by this loud voice.
Personally a loud voice never
compels me. But surely these
islands do combine and do
act together when a question of
general interest arises.) We have
a cleay example now existing. We
all pulied together on the sugar
question. We put a considered
and agreed plan before the Brit-
ish Government, and have just
received a sharp rap on the
knuckles, and does anyone doubt
that the snub would have been

just as effective and pronounced
if the request had been put f
ward by i Goverr Ge
backed by a House an Se
So we have had the snub and
saved the expense of a Federal
incubus

If we have noney
would it not be better to



it in improving our Hospital, our
roads (taking off dangerous

corners) the houses of our peo
ple, keeping down the costs +f
living, ‘nancing emigration. I
think that the helping of ow

redundant population to find
new homes abroad is the problem

that calls for the gravest con
sideration. Do our Legislators
ever consider what the position
will be here in ten years time

in 20 years? All our effarts
should be put forth in the en-

deavour to solve this urgent and

dangerous problem, whose solu
tion will require money-—a great
deal of money
This is a more pressing an
important matter than Federatic
There



have the plan discussed than to
sit silent and drift into it with-
out consideration,

Let us hear what our leading
merchants, planters, and John
Citizen think of it,

E. C, JACKMAN,
Or Two?

To, The Editor, The Advocate
SIR,—I hope that the manage-
ment of the Barbados Electric
Company will do all in their
power to permit us to see a
Matinee or two at the Cinemas |
curing the








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5 3 Easter Holidays. Is
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1950





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GOVERNOR’S PROPOSAL | _ Gouneit | wit oa

FOR TEMPORARY

that one point he should stress was
the neglect of the Colonial Office.
Six months ago, they knew that}

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: a concert of. recorded a ae
the Colonial Secretary, Mr. Per- music devoted to the works of} :
COLONIAL SECRETARY owne would be promoted and} a Brahms and Tchaikovsky, |

probably {wo months ago, they | The programme is :-— — .
knew that the Assistant Colonial | Academic Festival Overture—Brahms, te & ®&

House Dis . ree aeesetary,. Mr. Campball wl oe on a theme of Haydn— x :
going to promoted, but they did | rahms.

ag: not think of selecting someone to | Songs — Brahms. ¢. CARLTON BROWN}

send out to Barbados |

THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL yesterday adopted the
reply of the Select Committee appointed by them to con-
sider the secondment of a principal officer from the Colonial
Office to act as Colonial Secretary of Barbados until the

arrival of the substantive holder of the office.

The reply drafted by the Select
Committee first expressed to the
Governor its regret that it nad
not been found convenient to fill
the temporar? vacancy from the
local Civil Service, as had been
done on similar occasions in the

mittee that had considered
Message from the Governor.

He told the Council that he re-
gretted sincerely that after so
many years of running their own
affairs in the island, they had been
reduced vo the situation mention-
ed in the despatch.

the

outside would have to be passed

by the House, the Government

had wisely submitted the matter

for their consideration.

The views of the Committee
did not coincide in every respect
with his, but the majority had

Stoute had acted in that capacity
and if they had so acted, no one
but those officials who felt that
certain local Civil Servants should
fill only junior positions could
have advised the Governor that
the local men could not fill this
position,

He felt that the Colonial Office |
had sadly neglected Barbados and |
it was a disgraceful display of neg- |
ligence on their part. M

Mr. W. A. Crawford (C) said
that apparently the honourable!
senior member for St. Thomas was |
not prepared to be a merci |
in so far as this matter was con-
cerned. He was not prepared tu
dance that day while others pull-/
ed the strings.

One would have expected that,

with the approval of members of
the House who sat on the Execu-
tive. They were told that one of
the reasons for the proposed
secondment of this U.K. official
was that the arrangement would
give a permanent official of the
Colonial Office, first hand experi-





THE “LONG AND SHORT” of moter ship “Caribbee” which ar-

Overture, Romeo & Juliet—Tohaikovuky
Admission free.

A FIRE of unknown origin
broke out at Coffee Gully,
St. Joseph on Monday and des-
troyed a house belonging to
Elinzer Brathwaite,
A piano which was in the house
was also burnt.
r= POLICE BAND. under
Capt. C. E. Raison will give a
concert at St. Stephen on Thurs-
day, April 13, beginning at 7 p.m.



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me ‘ juni tain ex- ? pt ot oa 4r body abouw 2ft. Gins. He 4nd driven by Everton Blackman
was also due fot leave and proba- ee on « Suitapia, lonek Wenn aan Hon'ble Dr. H. G. Mas- ge well develuad chaal and of Seclusion Road. Ilead of Broad Street
bly promotion. : ; person from outside the Service _ The party responsible for the|” ‘p),. President speaking before head with hands and legs to suit HE MOTOR CAR X.1074,|;
It was not in his province to +. nat introduction of Government affairs | t},, regular Wasinace a rol Cc He told the “Advocate” yester- owned and driven by Edward! Dasthinitond Bity -orac he
criticize the wording of a Message . in the House were telling them at cil began, said Sir John hz i Naar day that his parents were both Patrick Minnett of Eastmond. St ey re eee SSS
é from the Head of the ‘ieee. There was one point they that stage, that a U.K. official ahs ace. te Bony = ne = : big people. His father is a black- John, was.involved in erisaottens
tion, but it seemed to him eth should, however, remember. The should come down and work in eed "tae Hah ets wE i ‘+. smith of Antigua while his mother with the bicycle M.366, owned by “ae Bus a aagsnaa SBargsa
would have put the situation muc political position as it stcod was the Secretariat and with the ex- wphigh hal ae ac. .P aay is dead. He has a sister called Eric Barker of Westbury Road and|{® @ @ 8 8B @ “BRARA SB B48 BF
weeeh Doe a aeeee 0 ao different from that which obtain- perience gained would be of some Giniie ie edt tek . Pl Pearl who is the same height. ridden by Lawrence Crawford of
that the secondment o ite C d nad benefit to the colony. ' ; Le pee ae Pearl has a child Lower Gills Road on Monday on
ial Office would be ed when men like Capt. Ree : the Council and while he had . ve Meek yy ye EE Oa ' fal Nn ott Shona ere tar: a
| oe Colony, it had acted. The Colonial S*-vete~- was _He thought that it was the other Bean ith President. In Antigua, “Inches live swith Wellington Street. The bicycle Fresh for your
| code said that it would be of last- in the unfortunate position under the eee we on onan. — He was sure. said Mr. Leacock, the manager of the Restaurant was damaged. Pets!!
, S. y . s : Bi - “ 2 a 4 = , ae ‘ ° re } >| rte: : Ss I c ae . .
; ing benefit té the Colonial Office. present conditions of being chiet oe pest a divers then. Sotiee that they would all appreciate a ee oy tin hin Gate ake, Seidte heen — aie - ) I 1
(a oe ae tke nee Tecan en ee —— be of some ere oF eet Sela ete See His favourite trick for oe on Monday, between a donkey | PURINA DOG CHOW
. : ‘ enelit to the colony. ; ~ pa es seemed to be picking up a lighted cart owned by Purity Bakery and ;
: The Council’ adopted the Reply. a Labour Party was in power. ~ yy. Crawford said that there lution, text of which follows: - srs Cigarette off the ground with his driven by Clarence Roach of Cae PURINA RABBIT CHOW
They therefore had to choose a 1 7 th d- Resolved: That the Members r ; G i
THE HOUSE y was not a single post in the a of the Legislative C si] have lips without bending his legs. rington Village and a motor roller
” erent ebet ab tien cladaaes anita. ot. Can. colgny “that | receive with, since ie tegret the Captain Gumbs thinks “Inches” of the Department of Highways & |
ti 1 asa ernment’s point of view adequate- that of Governor back down that awed area soe a om amend sobek He calls him his Transport which was drive by| ts Sete danencte. Ok tal
t The House of sey yee : ve ly and sympathetically in the could not be filled by a local man Hutson, Kt. OBE V.D.. who Chief Officer. He has already Clyde Smith of Richmond Gap. | Distributors.
a adopted the Regort oo: oe. Seen Other Place. or West Indian. ; was a ‘member of. this Council taken him to Dominica and will The donkey was injured, | :
Committee appointed to consider “Wot to his mind presented the As the honourable senior mem- Bee Of this } be making a round trip with him. ">NHE MOTOR BUS, M.1332.| ———
a draft reply to the . ber for the City had said, they had for twenty-four years including aIng i ae » the ’
oor een ssage No *12/1950 Government with the oe heated eee in the per two years as President. They ‘“Inches”’ is . ae owned by the Lincoln Bu oi
OVErNOr's MOGs , difficulty in filling the appoint- < A 7 - jesire to express to his widow crew and what could be callec Company and driven by Laurie =
} regarding proposals for be sd ment. He and the Committee Son of Mr. Barton. It a te aa to "ome mibeabnes of his pet of the skipper of the Polkes of Station Hill was involved
is ondment of a Principal Officer felt, however, that the Head of Teason or other he ome he : family thele comdelence ona “Caribbee”. in an accident on. Monday about
_ from the Colonial Office until the 1.” Administration could over- anne eee Saaae reg sympathy together with their 40 p.m. with a bicycle M,2622,
i arrival of the substantive holder come the difficulty without going paint neaehen: to go to the other high appreciation of his out+ aaees bo were pore New
es catiel . —<<) arracks o é ‘iis Road, C s |
“tthe Comrnittes in their report utside the ene. (B) said that ranches of the service, not naceee standing services to the Island 2 000 B Ss Of Church ‘and ridden’ by “Winston (4 ‘en
: : Mr. E. D. Mottley Said thal sarily the administrative brane — i nine ' $ ag ‘6 dc NOt ene Steet }
said that the House agreed that he was at a loss to understand how but “perhaps the Judiciary and sw en te ate tion Hut at a ridder % te
I aes ctentaieet 6e ae: $800 a a Government could attempt to second an officer from there. so, he said he did not propose to Riee Arrive bar The handle aad f rk of the
i i *s Mes- ;.. so, he sa 2 se te 5, » hi > and fork o
mentioned in the Governor's oe bring down such a measure. He “fe was at a loss to understand say much. He had. had the bicycle were damaged,
= sage would seriously weaken the ¢oyjq not understand any Govern~ what benefit the colony would rivilege of serving in-the Council OMMANDER = DIXON
Secretariat. ment coming to the House and qeyive by bringing down an offi ander th Presid tp f Sir John F B G Worthi ‘hrist- Church
) The House, however could not honestly expecting them even to cer from the Colonial Office to fii} U24e ee residenc) of Sic Jom, rom else Worthing, Christ Church
concur with the proposals con- agree with it. He was quive sure this temporary acting appoin\- ae at a eee eae one reported the loss of an automatic
tained in the Governor’s Message, that members would not allow any ment, He also wanted to know xr “He time fe high’ m A shipment of 2,000 bags of Pistol valued $50 and 50 rounds

opinion

se
message to come before the Hou they held of him. So it was quite

. as they felt that suitable arrange- ee ee ea 2 me what more information the Colo- rice from British Guiana arrived Of ammunition between January
which cou e taken as a § ,



i ffice could want about Bar- ; ee Serres ies 4, here yesterday y >» %4-ton 15 and March.
— Sas teen bate ca was but a snare at the Civil Es- eens they had tne’ Govern- | U2Nee*ssary for him ‘to say much Sear ae — ene RACQU ETS
oe i his tablishment and vhe people of Bar- or on the spot in addition to the | today. ; »mbers Which is consigned to the Schoon- —
" be appointed to act during this tae Colonial Secretary and Assistants There might be other members @ Owners! Aasbeinten
period. After all the money they had who were Englishmen as well as ee aed oe ae “+ gpd eee The “Frances Ww. Smith” has All is uiet
Mr. F. L. Walcott (L), a member spent on education, were they to several other experts in the Carib- oa to me Something eC fe also brought 600 bags of heavy
of the Committee, put in a miuur- stand down? Were they to believe bean. \ :



i this country would bear this in Ne x 5
xnew of the ability of Mr, Chen- td 7 or Ie C a
on the spot. He had every reason ¢ryand Mr. Vaughn, as anybeay WO mantintive. tev, wil he siti ipieas Sacwell ce Cream in Pae ages—to take home
, to believe that local officials in would who had ever listened to Mg. D. D. Garner (C) said it ali|Tetire, they wi lees th sane. 18 @ few days all the dirt will
the Civil Service who advised the them at a lecture or any other seemed a very delightful pastime back on es pres bean duty hive been removed from the en-
Head of the Administration 0n place would know. as they were following up the} ‘action and feel tha ix Y the strip of the new runway ai
such matters had so advised him [Jt did not matter how far in old policy of the British People,Jhas been donc Sawell; 2,800 feet has been drill-



ity Keport stating inat he aida not

that because the Acting Colonial

remarks that had been made. He

Apparently ia. the opinion of the would therefore only second the

charcoal, 254 pieces of sawn

greenheart, 100 wallaba posts and

AT THE REEF

} i Administration and : : : E
agree with the Report of tne Secretary was leaving that they head of the motion, 10 tons of firewood.
a Porn ig- 0 bl et en ne ene Se Jocal official whe tae ig Dr. Masia asked the per- | From ‘Trinidad, the “Phyllis The Reef Play Field has not yet
He said the honourable mem-

bers would realise that ine ques-

he did not agree with any sug-
gestion that the idea originated
with or was inspired by officials

in the matter in hand

It was not a matter that had to scarcely bring anybody of such for some three hundred years or|tion, members stood in thei ofthe sub base has been workec te il a ‘
be sent to the House, but since integrity or intelligence. There more. ___ | places. or onftor the first 1,200 feet. Dispensing Cabinet in our Home Products Department
the passage money and othe? were lots of things going on in When they were told the British Nhe arrival of the charterec and attractivel
amounts which occurred in the the Colonial Office which were Government had good intentions Su r Attitude vesie] “Cararas” last week brouglit i ively packaged Ice Cream can now be taken
appointment of an official from ‘keeping the people of the colony for the people of the West Indies, Ea in more héayy equipment, in ;



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able of acting.

One Member had mentioned

the post of Colonial Secretary,
who, all agreed, were not particu-
larly outstanding as to ability. He

England they sought, they could

in economic strangulation,

He wondered what the people
in Jamaica and the other colonies
would say of Barbados, the colony
which had been leading in Educa-










moted to fill the post.

The Secre-| Mission of the President to add

his quota of tribute. For long

of any official on temporary sec-
ondment when a Suitable local
official could be found to do the

“T think, Sir, that if the young
neople who are following on in

the policy they had been pursuing] As the Clerk read the Resolu



the real tenor of the intentions
were quite eviden\.

Anyone who knew anything of an
administrative set-up would say
that one could only learn by prac-

Will Not Help
—CUMMINS



Mark” arrived with 50 drums of
domestic gasoline 40 drums of



Equipment

edand blasted and fine grading

cludmg a jarge - réck crushing
plant which was erected over the
week-end and is now in operation
Ten ton rollers and four 6. cubic



begun to function as a centre of





The DeLuxe Soda Founta

away by purchasers.

'-pipt Size—28c.

AND
TABLE-TENNIS

: ; organised activities, When the
tion came down trom te Gov~ Mr, J. W. B. Chenery, but there ee Seniasline fink tatwons tes years, said Dr. Massiah, he had Vaporising oil, 175 drums of “Advocate” visited the site yester-
ernment with the approval of ie were others. Could anyone look Governor and the rest of the ad-| had the pleasure of working with diesolene, 175 drums of diesel day there were just a few boys
: members of the Executive Com- upon Mr, H. A. Vaughn and think ministration and between the| Sir John as a professional man, fuel, 10 drums of lubricating 01 running ‘behind a football. Under
muttee. He could not agree wit that he was not possessed with as Governor and the Government]2nd he had always found his 4d nine drums of cardium com- the shade of the pavilion, nurse BATS & BALLS
ee the views of the members of the much dignity as anybody else? and it was not unlikely that it} practice to be of the best pound. v ras maids gossiped, while the children
, Select Committee. It was only a They had to let it be known that was felt that certain despatches| He could well remember as a — Schooner) W. L. Eunicia” was in their charge enjoyed them-
E fornfality, however, and he would they had men in Barbados who and certain information should not young man, Sir John’s kindness to another arrival yesterday. From eek seen thei lungs with the |g!
just formally move the passing of could fill the office with dignity ‘be allowed to come within the|him on many occasions, and he Dominica it brought 2,000 loose eoee-laden eae .
it. and integrity, He knew of nobody knowledge of a Barbadian official. also remembered With gr atitude ee a bags of copra, five . art = y oO ae omens a the RE THE CHOICE
Mr. R. G. Mapp (L) said that who could fill the post with that The position should remain ex- = ar aoe welogeys _ a of sone ie 1 packeeer, ‘se Ww ae ee yp sich re:
“* the Junior Member for St. James ae Gener ae Vance as chaaivete in the hands of imported we eC i: Messiah) nad - ee ores punches and 1,000 loose fresh pad spall oe = _—e bey
had been the senior member of the “'Y- are oo 4elected| “I think it has been a marvel 4 The fruit of the “W. L Eunicia” level ee eas
willina We ~ Tela on ad tre indecent menmaniaittiin amie who claie- to see that Sir John, in spite 4 wets mainly comprised of oranges __ fee oe ae Oo t
willing to make a Government should not come ives} his strenuous practice was able and grapefruit which have arriv- |
te would move the adoption of the there and tell them that they had * tee naalie tah ee owns to give so canal years of devoted edin ed time for pienicers and 7. ‘ }
Address. ior (ound difficulty in filling the post. and outside, to make it perfectly|service to this colony,” Dr. heusewives for the coming Easter Assize Diary !
He agreed with the Senior [t was indecent and unkind to act clear that they had passed the} Massiah said. I think that anyone hglidays. | ry | A M Pp | O N S
member for St. Peter that the in such a manner. Was:it because stage when they had to import] who studies the life and work of The “Phyllis Mark” and the | WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5
"matter was only an administra~ the men to be seconded to serve officials to run the country. people like Sir John can come to “W. L. Eunicia” are also con- | prasad. ge Mb
; tive one, but it involved matters as Colonial Secretary were men of — ]¢ was also their duty to make it} only one conclusion: that honest signed to the Schooner Owners Rex vemvens Carlisle | | ‘
of principles with which he woulu caer. =. come a turn of events quite clear to the. we Office | vork, integrity and sapdtastnens Association. jowding (|
deal later on in his speech. a * . that they were no going to agre€tin duty will bring their rewarc ek eK — - etn ema —
He would say at the outset that | He had seen men appointed to for one moment to the importation when this. tithe arrives. SESE thee ai





in has installed an Ice Cream

Pint Size—54c.

yard dump trucks as well as 4
tion for so long, when they heard tice. Practice made one matured Dr. H. G. Cummins a member lighting plants have also arrived
Couri of Grand Sessions that in 1950 there was no one in But no matver which party was} of the local Labour Government, This will facilitate working. at
at 10.00 a.m. the island capable to act as Colo~ jn power, the pdlicy of the Britis! } said that all he could say was that night HOME PRODUCTS DEPARTMENT
Police Band at Harrison nial Secretary Government to the West Indies] every West Incian ust depre- jl
College, end of term What was the point in bringing would ever remain the same cate the titude f the Briti ‘ / ~ | aoinaneenpeiiditeaeit tierce
Concert at 2.30 p.m. ne knew nothing of the The West Indies were being} Gover t 25 * I or Assault
Football at Queen's Park ai ice ving uid Rave to be kept to be an outlet for their 1 ugar the « y of the area A fine of 25/- to be paid in one : :
5.00 p.m. hown the ropes t , the same men yfa tured goods, a place where | was principally dependent month or one month’s imprison- | Cc AY E; SHEPHERD & CO LTD
Basket Ball at Harrison who were cenied it : their sons and daughters could find It was matter which the ment was imposed on Vernese} 4 4 le
sane, at 5.00 yea ‘i e 9 . = aoe. (8) Said jobs. They did not care whether | attitude of the West Indies wag Smith of Jac en His Worship | " ” _ 7” "
Mobile Cinema, Apes ill lat ne knew time was getting on, th. islands nt back or forward] Well known t t tend Mr. E McLeod yesterd: } 3
Plantation Yard, St. James but he could not give a silent vote ~ eee Siar tenis he ee | to improve elati between the 2% ? — i 1 ity > ? 10 N, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET,
at 7.30 p.m n the He supported the territories and the United Ki : i repay i@ Message and the ught e On page ~ . Ten ge ee

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1950







IN MEMORIAM

In loving memory of our only
CLYDE AUSTIN HOLDER who

brother
fell





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asleep on April 5th, 1949. | HOUSES

We cannot Lori Thy purpose see,

But all is well that’s done by Thee ' ROOMS—4 bedrooms, Dining & Draw-
Ever to be remembered by his sisters, ins room At “Fransdale” Bay Street
Mrs. Mable Brathwaite U.S.A., Mrs | Approved Tenants. 2.4,50—3n
Winnifred Cheesman U.S.A. Mr. and} _-—

Mrs. Alfred Forde, Glyre Austin Forde. BLUE HOUSE—Lucas Street. A de-
5 4 50—In. | sirable business stand. With or without
ov fixtures and furniture. Contact immedi-

In ever loving* memory of our dear} ately Thani Bros., Prince William Henry
mother HANNAH LOUISE STRAKER} Street. Dial 3466. 31.3.50—t.f.n

who departed this life on April 5th, 1945.
Dear is the grave in which she is laid
Dear are the memories that never shall
fade;
Sweet is the hope that again »we shall
meet
Kneeling together at Jesus’
Da Costa and Vivienne (children), Harold
Angela, Eustice Straker (grandchildren),
Harold Straker (husband).
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In loving memory of our dear husband
and father RENYOLD A. OXLEY, who
fell asleep on April 5th, 1944

Mrs, Miriam Oxley (wife!, Mrs. Muriel
Small, Mrs. Rita Lowe, Mrs. Mildred
Jordan (daughters), Lionel, St. Clair,
Ashton, Fitzgerald, Cyril, Alphonsa, Al-
fred, Evans (F.C.S.), Ivan (sons), 24
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VAN—1948 (June) Fordson 10 cwt.
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ELECTRICAL

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LIGHTING PLANT—One D.C. Lister
Generator Lighting Plant 1 K.W, 110
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Hinkson, Belvedere Plantation, St. Peter.

4.4.50—3n,

RADIOS — Two Ecko Battery Radios
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RECEIVER

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filters; and Weston exposure meter.
Price $350.00 or nearest offer. Telephone
R, S. Nicholls at 3925, between 10 a.m.
and 4 p.m. 4.4,50—t.f.n.





NOTICE

Re Estate of
SAMUEL A, SKEENE

(Deceased.)

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that al
persons having any debt or claims agains’
the Estate of Samuel A. Skeene, deceased
iate of Near Rices in the Parish of St
Philip in this Island, who died in thi
island on the 9th day of September 194
are requested to send in panticulars «
their claims duly attested to the under-
signed J. Me, D, Skeene of Thornbur
Hill, Ch. Ch. on or before the 15th da;
of June 1950 after which date. I sh
procded to distribute the assets, of the
deceased among the parties entitled
thereto, having regard only to such
claims of which I shall then have had
notice and I will net be liable for ti
assets or any part thereof so distributec
to any person of whose debt or claim
shall not then have had notice

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

Dated this 8th day of March 195?

J. McD, SKEENE,

Qualified executor of the Estate of

Samuel A, SKEENE, deceased.

9.3.50—4n



LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Martin Doorly & Co.
Ltd. holder of Liquor License No. 163 of
1950 granted to them in respect of bottom
floor of a 3 storey wall building in Pal-
metto Street, St. Michael, for permission
to use said Liquor License at a wall
building at corner of Dottins Alley, Spry
Street, City.

Dated this 4th day of April, 1950.

To the Police Magistrate, Dist. “A’’.
Signed MARTIN DOORLY & CO., LTD.,
per F, H. LEACH,
Applicants.

N.B.—This application will be-consider-
ed at a Licensing Court to be held at
Police Court, District "A", on Friday the
14th day of April, 1950 at 11 o’clock, a.m,

D. D. MORRIS, Esq.,
Ag. Police Magistrate, Dist. “A’’,
§,4.50—1n.



Barbados Youth Movement

Sunday next being Easter Sunday the
Executive Committee of The Barbados
Youth Movement wishes one and all a
very bright and merry Easter.

Signed,
REV. L. BRUCE-CLARKE,
Lord President and Founder,
REV. J. B. GRANT L.Th.,
Director and Chaplain.
MRS. OLGA BROWNE,
(Gen. Secretary)
§.4,50—1n.





Spend your Easter Holiday

at SILVER WATERS
Silver Sands

For reservation Dial 4462
ask for MRS. WHARTON






—_ Silver Sands,



FOR RENT. From Ist April Upstairs
Premises No. 6 Swan Street. Suitable
for Agency or similar type of business
Contact immediately on Premises No. ¢
Swan Street. 31.3.50—t.f.n.
Se
BUNGALOW, also Flat, facing -ea ma
road, furnished from May ls
All comforts, English baths with hcate
showers, telephones, verandahs Te)
phone 2949. 31.3.50—t.f.n
OFFICE—One Office over Sanita:
Laundry Depot., Marhill Street. Apply
Sanitary Laundry Co. Tel. 3592.
31.3.50—t.f.n



For men only, good rooms, good food
On Sea. Comfort. St. Lawrence. Terms
good. Telephone 8496. 4.4.50—3n

HOUSE—SILVER SANDS HOUSE at

Christ Church, $80.00 per

month. Bradshaw & Co pany.
4.4.50—2n.





HOUSE—One large house on the sea
St. Lawrence. Fully furnished. Dia!
8357 25.3.50.—t.f.n

RIPLEY-ON-SEA— Maxwell Coast. Two
bedrooms, fully furnished for June and
July and from October on, Phone 2250.

5.4.50—2n.





“WHITE SANDS”, St. Lawrence. Fully
three bedroomed house for

for further particulars,
5.4.50—3—





PUBLIC NOTICES







“£25 easily earned by obtaining orders
for private Christmas Cards fron

your friends. No previous experienc

necessary, Write today for beautiful free

Jones, Williams & Co., Dept. 10 Victoria
Works, Preston, Englan“ "



AN ANNOUNCEMENT



efficient s and am quite ready to
collect all your rents at a small charge
of 10%
D'ARCY A. SCOTT,
Magazine Lane.
2.4, 50—Sn .
NOTICE

Signed C. A. SKINNER,
Vestry Clerk,

St. Andrew.

4.4,50—5n,



>

NOTICE

ROCKLEY GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB
Will members please note that the Club
House will closed on Good Friday
April 7th,

Any member wishing to play on the
Course, may do so. He should arrange

be available,
Secretary
5 4 50—2n,





WANTED





HELP

CLERKESS—A Clerkess for a Commis-
sion Office. Apply to M c/o The Adver-
tising Dept. Advocate. 4.4.50—2n,





A salesman with some knowledge of
selling provision lines in Roebuck Street.
Apply by letter only for interview. All
applications treated confidentially,

Apply P.O, Box 173, 5,4.50—4n,



MISCELLANEOUS
CEDAR—500 sq. ft. of Cedar. Dial
2978. G. S. Ross. 2.4.50—4n,

WANTED TO BUY



’ Mess,
Please communicate with
the Adjutant stating price.

PUBLIC SALES





auction on Thursday 13th day of April
at 2 o'clock the 33 tons, called
“Potick" at lying in the



REAL ESTATE
will offer for sale at
. 17, High Street, Bridge-
the 5th

day of
April 1950, at 2 p.m,
an desirable Bungalow called “CHa!

3

skin.

The Bungalow contains 1 large pu
‘oom, 2 bedrooms, enclosed and ope
Galleries, Lavatory and Bath. Eiectr
tight and Government Water Supply

For '. P t
Dae, © Tudor Suest” aren



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Ruilt December 1948. Cool quiet locality.
Stone roofed Everite, Verandah, Draw-
ing, ing and Breakfast Rooms.
Kitchenette with built in larder and cup-
boards, toilet and tiled bath, 3 bedrooms,
each with large presses and water,










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} turned te Manager,

reward

TIE PIN—One
with a white gold head
Tudor Street and Cook's Alley.
will be amply rewarded.
with Elkins Moore c/o
Bay Street



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tor Goddard.

Above is the Photograph

& FOUNR



about
leather loop with

Marine Hotel ly :
4.4.50—2n. | later he saw Spooner coming from

14 Karat Gold Tie Pin
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Finder
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of
REV. A. R. BROME, approved and ap-
pointed by the Elders’—Council as Col-
lecting Officer to receive Subscriptions,



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went

if - 3 :
re-| ferent directions

BARBADOS

@ from page 3
happened. The next night they
back to the land at
about 3° tong) 7.45. They branched out in dif-

about

Ten minutes

| the direction where the fodder

had been cut

the bag at him
































Road.

To Mr.

father’s land.

he did

Arthur

for the Police.
Arthur Bailey,

Prince Forde.

Counsel’s

from the
Spooner had a bag on his head.
r. van cher He rushed out and Spooner threw

—In. |
‘Spooner stumbled and fell and
while he (Spooner) was on the
Reward $20.00, on returning to Mr. Vic- ground he attempted to arrest
5.4.50.—2n. | him. Spooner made an attempt to
stab him with a knife but Charles
Forde then came up and he struck
Spooner a few blows with a stick.
Reece: Spooner was
laying on hjs face when the po-
lice came. Only Charlie had a
stick. It was an ordinary walking
stick. Seventy-five holes of cane
fodder were removed from m)

On resumption Mr.
addressed the jury. He told them

land.

and ran away.

Also giving evidence on his own
behalf, Prince Forde, brother to
Colvin and Charlie, said that they
were watching their father’s land
on July 2. He heard Colvin say,
“Charles, I have a man.” Charles
went to Colvin’s assistance but he
not go, Later Colvin told
Bailey and himself to go

another of the

accused, corroborated the story of
At this stage the
case for the defence closed and
the Court adjourned for lunch.

Address
Walcott

the} that the indictment was drawn



under two heads.
the five defendants are charged

The first is that

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behalf of The New Testament Church of
(Religious Assembly) in Barbados.

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unlawfully and

on Joseph Spooner with intent to
maim or disfigure.
count is that the same five men

The second

maliciously in-

flicted grievous bodily harm on
Joseph Spooner with the intent

the law.

which vhey will be told by His
Honour from whom they will take

He pointed out that the intent

charge and

is an essential ingredient in the
in such cases such
intent was necessary of proof.
This intent must be proved only

by circumstantial evidence.

He therefore submitted that so



GOVERNMENT NOTICE

ATTENTION



is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence)

(Amendment) Order, 1950, No. 13 which will be published in the
Official Gazette of Monday 3rd April, 1950.

2.

prices of ‘Balanced Animal Feed”
Table”. “Fish—Salted”, “Flour”, “Rice—All Qualities”, and “Pork—

Salted” are as follows: —



ARTICLE



Balanced Animal Feed
(Barbados. Mixture)

Butter—Table:
(Australian)

In Tins
Butter-Table In Prints

| Butter—Table: in 4 lb prints
| (Holland) (Meadland
Brand)

Butter—Table: in 5 lb. tins
(Nabo Brand)

| Butter—Table: in 1 lb. tins
(Nabo Brand)

Fish—Salted .. a ee

Flour



Rice—All Qualities ..

Pork—Salted: —
(a) Neck Bones, Neck
Ribs, Finn Bones



(b) Feet, Ears, Stomachs

(c) Heads os th

(d) Short Ribs, Riblets,

Spare Ribs, Finns .,

(e) Tails, Snouts, Jowls,
Headskins, Scalps,
Boneless Head, Bean

Pork, Lips

(f) Clear, Belly Poik,
Mess Pork, Fatback
Pork, Boneless Belly,

Butts



WHOLESALE PRICE
(not more than)



$6.12 per 100 lbs.

$84.20 per case of 100
Ibs. in 1-lb. tins

$40.10 per 50 Ibs. in
l-lb. prints

$14.66 per ctn. of
24 x 4 1b; prints

$122.76 per ctn. of 100
Ibs. in 5 Ib. tins

$104.16 per ctn. of 80
Ibs. in 1 lb, tins

$82.80 per 448 lbs. or
$21.20 per 112 lbs. or
19} per lb. in lots of
not less than 14 Ibs.

$7.12 per cotton bag
of 100 lbs,

$13.56 per bag of 180
lbs.

350
brl.
per
less

$45.70 per tre. of
lbs. or $25.60 per
of 200 Ibs. or 14c.
lb. in lots of not
than 25 Ibs,

$52.20 per tre. of
lbs. or $29.30 per
of 200 lbs. or 16c.
lb. in lots of not
than 25 Ibs.

$65.20 per tre. of 350
lbs. or $36.70 per bri.
of 200 lbs. or 20c. per
lb. in lots of not less
than 25 lbs,

350
bri.
per
less

$76.60 per tre. of 350
lbs. or $43.30 per bri.
of 200 lbs. or 24c. per
ib. in lots of not less
than 25 lbs.

$82.95 per tre. of 350
lbs. or $46.55 per bri
of 200 lbs. or 26c. per
Ib, in lotr of not less
than 25 lbs

$53.95 pe: bri. of 200

lbs. or 30c, per Ib. in

_ of not less than 25
Ss.

Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling
(Barbados Mixture)

“Butter—

RETAIL
PRICE
(not more

than)

Te. per Ib.

92c. per lb. tin

88c. per 1-lb.
print
65c. per 4 Ib.
print

$1.36 per lb.

$1.38 per 1 Ib.
tin.

22c. per Ib.

8c. per lb.

5

7c. per pint.

16c. per

cs

18c. per lb.

F

22c. per

26c. pel

28c. per

82c. wer Ib.





NOTICE

3.4.50.—2n.







Our Customers and friends are asked to note that our Pier
Head Department (all Branches) will be closed to business on
Saturday next, 8th inst.

Our Broad Street Branch and Gasolene Sales Department
will be open for business as usual,

CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD.



and a dairy with 30 cows, whatever it
s is SCOTT can supply it e an ap-
pointment by Dialling 3743, 2645, 8400
nu es If you cannot go to him, he will come
“ ! * zo So, remember, if t's Real Estate
our skin has nearly 50 million tin: :
d pores where germs hide and cate ter, D'ARCY A. SCOTT,
le Itching, Cracking, Rezema, Peeling, Magazine Lane.
Snes AEDS. Ringworm, Psoriasis, 2.4.0—3n.
ackheads, Pimples, Foot Itch and other j i i
emishes. Ordinary ‘treatments give only We beg to Notify our Friends and Customers
the germ caysc. The new dlscovsey" wie |! Annual Raster Holiday Mm
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r our chemist | o § URDAY 15TH. Re-opening . ‘ , uN
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ADVOCATE

far as the evidence was concern-
ed they did not have to worry
about “intent” because the ques-
tion of self-defence was not
raised in the case.

He further submitted that the
defendants were there for a law-
ful purpose. They received in-
structions from the Police and
were on the look out for a man.
They caught that man and had
him under arrest, awaiting the
arrival of the Police. He said
that there cannot be any doubt
that the four defendants were
there for a lawful purpose and
eannot be held as _ accessories,
neither did they aid nor abet.

Many Blows

He said that Spooner had
spoken of receiving so many
blows on his back but medical
evidence did not corroborate this
statement. He submitted that
Spooner had alleged multipl
blows only to involve the four
defendants. Spooner had _ said
that all five had sticks while on
the other hand witnessed said
that only Charles Forde was arm-
ed with a stick and he did not
deny this.

He told them that if their
minds were such, that after hav-
ing heard the evidence they hac
reasonable doubt as to whether
or not the four defendants took
part in this affair, they woul
have to give the defendants th:
benefit of the doubt.

He concluded, “you can make
no reparation if you ever find ar
innocent man guilty because from
that time, no matter how lenien’
a judge may be, you have passed
the verdict on that man and have
called him a criminal’.

His Honour later summed up
and the jury, after about 15 min-
utes’ deliberation returned their
verdict.

MAIL NOTICES

AIR MAILS which are scheduled to be
closed on Friday, 7th and Monday, 10th
April, will be closed on Thursday 6th
at 3 pum. and on Saturday 8th at
12 noon respectively .

Schooner Manuata, Sch. D'Crtac, Sch.
Zita Wonita, Sch. Emanuel C. Gordon,
=. Adalina, Sch. Burma D., Sch.

ALS
Schooner Phyllis Mark, 58 tons net,
Capt. McQuilkin, from Trinidad; Agents:

Association.
Schooner Franees W. Smith, 74 tons

INDONESIA

DJAKARTA, April 4.

Indonesia will shortly apply for
membership in the U.N., accord-
ing to Dr. I. N. Palar, who has
been representing his country at
Lake Suuccess.

Dr. Palar said here to-day that
Russia had assured him of its sup-
port. He was only waiting for
“the right moment” and “the
right time is near now,” he added.

Dr. Palar also announced that
a first Indonesian diplomatic mis-



A. M. WEBB
°

Stocks — Bonds — Shares
Both local and foreign
Bought and Sold

°

155 Roebuck Street, B’town.
Dial 3188 Hours 9—3



FOR SALE

HOUSE SPOTS
BUILDING SITES

Cash or Easy Terms

MAILS for Antigua, St.
Kitts by the M.V. be
closed at the General Post Office as
under :—

Parcel Mail, Ragistered Mail and
Ordinary Mail at 2.30 p.m, TO-DAY
5th April, 1950.

~ REAL ESTATE
DIXON

AND

BLADON

(JOHN M, BLADON)

FOR SALE

Building land, Enterprise Road
A very well situated block of 3
acres with water and electricity.
Offers wanted. Also smaller sec-
tion of approximately â„¢% acre
available. Maxwell Road. Offers
wanted for 30,000 sq. ft. of excel-
lent flat building land with water

Nevis and
Caribbee will












From 10c, per Sq. foot up

ELECTRIC, BUS and WATER
SERVICES AVAILABLE
— at —
1, PICKWICK ROAD, KENSING-
TON, St. Michael,

2. FRIENDSHIP,
Turning, St. Michael.

3. THE PINE CROSS ROAD, St.
Michael.

4. WELCHES, now KINGSTON
GARDEN & KINGSTON TER
RACE through from Government
Hill to Kingston Road, St. Michael.

5. THE GARDEN WORTHING,
Christ Church.

Apply ;: ERNEST D. MOTTLEY,
Office, Coleridge Street.

Dial 3927. Bridgetown.


















Hothersal















































and electricity. DIXON &

BLADON, Real Estate Agents,

Auctioneers, Surveyors, Planta-

tions Building, Phone 4640.

“DIXON & BLADON” |) The Barbados Mutual
RESIDENCE, 11 Graeme Hall * a 8
Road. Attractively designed Life Assurance Society




ORDINARY GENERAL
MEETING




walls, asbestos roof, flush panelled
doors, all built-in cupboards,
There is a large lounge and din-
ing room with gallery, 3 bed-
rooms, kitchen, 2 servants rooms,
room for 2 cars. This property
may be purchased fully furnished
if required at a very reasonable
figures. DIXON & BLADON, Real
Estate
Surveyors,
Phone 4640,

“DIXON & BLADON”

SALISBURY, Gun Hill, Charm-
ing country home standing on
summit of Gun Hill giving un-
rivalled views over the Island
This well built modern but mel-
lowed stone residence contains 3
reception, 3 bedrooms, 2 veran-
dahs and all modern amenities
Garage, stables and stock pens all
in first class order. Carriage-way
encircles house, Approximately 8
acres. DIXON & BLADON, Real
Estate Agents, Auctioneers, Plan-
tations Building, Phone 4640,





NOTICE is hereby given
that the one Hundred and
Ninth Yearly Ordinary
General Meeting of the





above-named Society will be
held at the Society’s Office,
Beckwith Place, Bridgetown,
on Friday, 14th April, 1950,

Auctioneers and
Building,

Agents,
Plantations






at 2 o’clock p.m, for the
purpose of —

(1) Receiving, from the
Directors their Report
on the transactions of
the Society for the
year ended 3lst De-
cember, 1949.
Electing Directors and
an Auditor for the
current year.

Cc. K. BROWNE,
Secretary.










REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Auctioneers & Surveyors
PLANTATIONS BUILDING.
Phone 4640




Beckwith Place,
Bridgetown.





|

1
modern two storey home well set
back in approx, 1/3rd acre ground
with wide frontage. Coral stone



—by every motorist, a tyre that will wear
well and evenly . .. grip the road at all times
... Stand up to all conditions. . . resist skid-
ding on wet surfaces... provide safe driving
at high speeds... maintain its tread pattern
to the end of its life. . . always run silently
. . . have a distinctive appearance that
will harmonise with the modern car.

FOUND

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Tht ont, tye ileal has evebeld



TRADE

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THREE FOUND GUILTY |



Iu Carlisle Bay

IN PORT: Sch. Alexandrina R., Sch.
lady Noeleen, M.V. Lady Joy, Sch. Ever-
dene, C.M.V. Ipana, Sch. Blue Nose Mac,





PAGE SEVEN.







_COCT-_-7°—°:2°>0™r7”07>—=——EOD——DQDaoeeBEE
B’DOS CIVIL SERVICE }
ASSOCIATION

NOTICE
OF GENERAL MEETING
The annual general meet-
ing adjourned from 25th
February, will resume at the 7
Town Hall at 1.30 p.m. on
Saturday the 8th April. }
Additions to original {

Agenda: ;
net, Cept. Hassell, from British Guiana; (1) To elect twelve dele-
A ts: Schooner Owners’ Association.
rae w. Le Eunicia, 38 Oe nats gates to the, F.C.S.A,
Capt. Joseph, from Dominica; Agents: Conference. {§. ,
Owners’ Association. '°
MV. Caribbee, 100 tons net, Capt NOTE: All proposefl reso-
Gumbs, from Dominica; Agents: lutions for’ disens-
Schooner Owners’ Association sion at Contengncs
DEPARTURES ,
must be sent to: the

Secretary not later
than 12 ndg6f-on
Monday the 20th
April, 1950.
General Seeretary.
5.4.50—3n. ra)

WILL APPLY

sion to Russia, under his own
leadership, would be formed this
week,



—Keuter.





The M.V. “Caribbee" will accept
Cargo and passengers for Domini-
ca, Antigua, Montserrat, St. Kitts-

Nevis; sailing Wednesday 5th
Apt GoonDs!!
The Schooner ‘Adalina” vill .
Yo SURIOS, JEWELLERY
BRASSWARE. TEAKWOO'"

ORIENTAL

accept Cargo and Passengers for
St. Lucia; sailing Wednesday 5th
April,

The M.V. “Daerwood" wil!
accept Cargo and Passengers for
St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Grenada

Aruba, date of sailing will be
given.

SANDAL, IVORY, ETO

KASHMERE

Bw. SCHOONER OWNERS’ a ee an
OCIA’ (INC.) ; ‘
Consignees. m. Hy. Street
Dial 3466

TEL. 404,









Sails Sails Sails Arnis Sail

SOUTHBOUND Montrea Halifax Boston Barbados Barbad
LADY RODNEY ome 25th Mar. 27th Mar, 8th A
LADY NELSON sai 12th Apr 18th Apr a3rd Ay. gag AP
LADY RUDNEY 12th May 15th Ma, 1th “May 26th AP
LADY NELSON Sist May 3rd June Sth . 4th June 5m
LADY RODNEY 30th May = 3rd July 8th Jul Mth Jul. Ist vy

Arriv Sails Arrives Arriv:

NORTHBOUND Barbados Barbados Boston St. loom Gules Sennen
LADY RODNEY 17th Apr 19th Apr 28th Apr mtn f
LADY NELSON May 8th Mayitth May —— fon mee geo ™

'Y RO? Sth June 10th Jun 19th June —. gist Jun 24th Ju
LADY NELSON = 27th June 29h Ju Bth July —— joth Juh isth Ta
LADY RODNEY = 27th Ju. 29th July 7th Aug — 9th Aug. 1th Ac



N.B.—Subject to change without notice. A!! vessels fit hain,
. it
bers, Passenger Fares and freight rates on sppleation to ne :

GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD. — Agenis.

HARRISON LINE

OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM:





Due
Vessel From Leaves Barbados
S.S. “COMEDIAN” ‘ London 14th March 7th Apri
S.S. “MEGNA” London 26th March 10th ‘Ane
SS, “HERDSMAN” Glasgow 29th March 11th Ap
SS. OREGON STAR” Liverpool 30th March-14th Apri
S.S. “RIVERCREST” London 12th April 30th Ap
S.S. “INTERPRETER” Liverpool (15th April 28th Ap:
HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM:
Vessel For Closes in B;
S.S. “TACTICIAN” London lith April a
S.S. “CUSTODIAN” Liverpool llth April ,

For further particulars apply to

DA COSTA & CO., LTD—Agents.

CLE. GLE., TRANSATLANTIQUE
FRENCH LINE





Sailing to Sailing to
is ‘ Trinidad Plymouth
“MISR” sig : April 5th, 1950
“GASCOGNE”., April 19th. 1950 April 26th, 1950
“MISR +. _May 9th, 1950 May 13th, 1950
“GASCOGNE”., May 24th, 1950 May 31st, 1950
‘GASCOGNE”.. June 28th, 1950 July 5th, 1950

For further particulars apply to :—

R. M. JONES & CO,, LTD.- Agents.

—————

Gaster Larade
at GRIFFITH'S xocxtey

ENGLISH ICING SUGAR
SALTED BEEF
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WHITE ACE oon
GRAPES in Tins .
CHEESE in Tin

RAISINS EASTER E
CURRANTS KITES ec
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” PAGE RIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE soe asin APRIL §,

Boxers For a alae Tal
Grenada
Selected

Fight fans saw some keen box-
img on Monday night last at the
Wiowern School Stadium. ‘This was
the finais of the amateur bouts,
efter which the Barbados repre-
sentatives ‘or the forthcoming
Intercolonial Amateur Boxing
Contest at Grenada were selected.

In the preliminaries, Sunshine
weighing 75 lbs drew with his
heavier opponent Frank Straker
who scaled 82 lbs.

Clifton Nicholls (130 lbs.) out-
pointe. Horace Branch (134 ibs,
Nicholls always seemed the
better man and carried wie fight
to his opponent for the greater
part of the bout.

Sam King, the lightweight
champion, weighing 132 Ibs,
K. O’ed his rival Ragalan Gittens
who weighed 130 Ibs in the first
round of their six round bout.
King who showed a clear superi-

ority over his rival made short ns a i$ ee a i ee ee Rg zi THURSDAY 30 inches. In Blue and Greer

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Victor Lovell bantam weight

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from Livingstone Bishop (122 lbs National Was



taken to his corner. He stil.
Defeats . Starting at 5.30 p.m. |





in their six round bout. Bishor |
fought gamely and carried the ry o 9 i D & C0
fight to his opponent who neve! Won and Lost partan -0 Cold buffet consisting of AVE Y “9 ;
gave ground but stood up to win
on points. es TWO HORSES fell, as Notre Dame won 2—0 from Fresh Shrimp Cocktails 10, 11, 12 & 1% BROAD STREET

Darnley Bowen welterwiegh seen above, at the first Spartan yesterday in a Second Paté de Foi
champion weighing 150 Ibs alsc jump, a 4 ft. 6 in. f | Division football match at Queen’s até de Foie cai Bi
won on points from Kid Lawrence P, - O in, lence, Park eee

One of them was Tommy . tl i Gil The usual Turkey & Ham

who scaled 150 Ibs. - | oth goals were netted by Gil! ee ¢

The champions representin: Traddles ridden by P. theinctentre forward) whb on both 1) “t
Barbados are;— , OCornor. The field was | oceasions, displayed good judg-

















Lightweicht Sam King we'll spread o int Yr rhey ! :
ut. ment and powe! They wert seis ,
Bantamweight .. Victor Lovell } scored during the first alf Russian Salad Jf QNETTA DRESS SHOP
: een ee Ai the right Freebooter Spectators were in good num- Mince Pies and SPECIALLY DESIGNED MODEL DRESSES
ai. * Sado
V Poster aaa ‘ ‘ommandet Tinasd ning post in « victory tha! a crowded over the ayes The usual Tit-Bits Spuns and other materials
rar » a Hy ! . a Gest th " p me giving much annoyance to th ‘ On Sale at..
dhe Mr. P. C. Maffei was refere the bookmakers for ,players,. referee and linesmen Pip Pip CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LTD., SHOWNOOM
ha’ while Mr. Pierpointe was time- tunes. Freebooter won the |They at times held up play for Perfect for Easter :
Ca keeper and Mr. L. A. Lynch Mas Grand National Steeple- hort periods. Ch Whit !
is ter of Ceremonie: chose by 15 lenaths, on Notre Dame lefinitely out-
] Sn eae a eD Saturday March 25 played their opponents, They a %y .
| lal » March f ; Yetta
fon CouncilConeur Wit }carried a strong front line and 1 iy ERTISE om the
| a in Below Mrs. Protherton, jeven better back line D A NCE | "ENIN yr Y
‘ ‘ ; . Freebooter': ne rit The forwards when called on to Tee ’ KE Ga D
> Governor sProposal 1 Pe oie “in Sa ae ork, quickly found Sieviwtebhedal \T v o A J OCA :
Gi rae nif _ 7: in Spartan’s goal area The THE RARB AD 7 ‘ ; r
@ From page 5 winner. Mounted police backs repelled every » Bs ie oe CIRCULATION NOW DOUK.
4 i r |} DacKS repelled every onset made by ’ / 4 4
Pe. oo m go back, for then they coul escort the victory trio, Spartan’s forwards, $s iving the it I — ; Lf
: lave a stronger claim upon them ‘T ) goalie little work ’ See ae. en Vn =
iy If there were any jobs worth LES. gar tn ag orn really goo Onl3
¢ ec ‘sons and daughter they ittacks “ol the Notre tone ai 9 p.m,
deed tn as ee Te area but lost too many oppor- SATURDAY, APRIL 8th
If any members could sit arounc EIXBY' S NOT Fl YING ioe ee re Mise ct T R a on 7 pear
ior tide and enake a : ooked like it would be a goal TER and his ORCHESTRA
the effect 5 that an "piflishitiar “ALCUTTA, April 4 Much more lively football wa Admission to Ballroom : 2
hath ctine dow tothe séléby The fl ge Bix Califo witnessed during the second half} +.4.50.—3n is
he was not worthy of his salt, — | COUP!! returned to Dt nan during “the first shelf. This}
But the office was a connecting Airpé was when Spartan w TeSSING | 9 SSS ee)
link between certain parties anc tena er nable core ¢ Notre Dame, but they | {~~ 2s ie Tie ia peat atria ae
that doubtlessly was a much con- | “€!! ! to K ‘ : ere yet inferior to the lattet \ in IDO
sidered point, but they too shoud] P8!ne \ rl oe s wet ie = ‘ : The teams were: SEA VIEW GUEST (
get an insight into those connec-|{' rder Reuter am. Notre Dame :'— Temmott Ta
tions, Browne, Straughn, F. Daniel, L J
The question that the Report | Daniel, Head) Arcl ll, Best “ Australi Danish Tinned anil
> : at > »por I | Daniel, Headley, ‘her, Gill, Bes ~ me Australian—vDs S ang}
adopted was put to the vote ai a | Seaechis Salamone yocan a HASTINGS, BARBADOS oe
decided in the offirmative by Sisiitaek Atkins. Bowen,.|({ EXCELLENT CUISINE | Lovely Sliced Ham_ by
14—-3 division tibbons, Ashby. C. Gittens. Ban FULLY STOCKED BAR } | Pound
The division was as follow 1, Mor Reece, A. Gitt RATES: $5.00 per Day & })}
Ayes: Mr. Miller, Mr. Smith,.M: Phill Austin |
Pups ist upwards { | BACON

Allder, Mr. Mapp, Mr. Bryan, Mr
Garner, Mr. Crawford, Mr. Branck
er, Mr. Foster, Mr. Mottley, Mr
Ward, Mr. Gill, Mr. Goddard anc
Mr. Wilkinson

(Inclusive)

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Wi, Epeaher 2 h the Chair of the | Day or Night SSISOFF FSSSSSSSTSSOSOSISI OI PIF OGIO SS

erk of the House, After read- | I’

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eome before you during the next] WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5. 1950 |

session. , n, The Ne 7.10 win. New (
I think you can congratulate ; Analysis, 7 5 nai eran « hain, , . AL DEPARTMENTS (FE OUR BUSINE \

yourselves ove tha , » 7 ‘ I vasn't such fun, 8 a.m

yourselves over he volume oft rom tha wih Ae. kh ee ame Sines 4k

work that has been done during
the Session and I hope that it will
mean that in the next session, as} ~

re vee will be got through \ - ae nM a Tor Dancing, 1 p.m, Mid Sromacrl |
1ank Vou we uk, 4.15 p.m. Radio Newsreel |
Mr. J. H. Wilkinson (F) 4 Re C oO The B ‘dos Friendly 1.30 p. The Technique of Acting \ 5

gramme Parade, 8.15 a.m. Work and
Worship, 8.30 a.m, BBC Welsh Orches- a
tra, 9 I Close Down, 12 noon The



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he was sure everyone around the gni ot Re € ords The eather Ne io “pritain, 290 pm, British : WHOLE DAY ON
table reciprocated his wishes, h¢ TO-DAY } Concert Hall, 3.30 p.m. Donald Peers, > |
then Wished Mr. Speaker a pleas- | LONDON, A football . pim, The News, 4.10 oe Dally Ne RENNIES
ant holiday atid was sorry it wa The ] : A cs Sun Rises: 5.65 a.m, { e* ti Srotel, 8 2 es Denis Mee hab ee :
not four weeks instead of three.} Athy mateul Sun Sets: 6.10 p.m, Association Programme Parade, 5.30 p.m, It wasn't CIVE you ; ‘ Rg
Dr. H. G. Cummins (L) supported | pounce: - W or Moon (Last Quarter) ” | such f i 8 17 cee of te Volks. SATURDAY 8th APRIL 1950.
the remarks of the junior member] records fo) perform: inées by tw ey e 3 | TO-DAW'S FEXTURES |7 p.m The News, 7.10 p.m, News |
for St. James } a ; two Lighting: 6.30 p.m. s N ws ‘ | Analysis, 7.15 p.m. Books to Read, 7.30

Russian athlets : tl N 2 : t. Matthews Old Boys

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vs. Westerners at St. | |

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one yr" pre - pes over-| seconds for the Thirty ‘Thousand Rainfall (Codrington) | Penrode vs. Colts at the Bay. | | X5%* 0'S' pm. Donald ‘Peers, 10 p.m.
tu ; d an its right si¢ e w ‘8! Metres by F. K. Vanin at Tbilisi ll ins. | Referee; Mr. E. Reece. | | Land and Livestock, 10.30 p im, Malines |At the first sign of discomfort aftee | WILKINSON & AYNES C0 (TD.
xtensively damaged about 2! Russia, on Nove mbey 11 last year | Temperature (Max.) 82.5 | 1( Jayasinche—-Peris, 10.45 p.m, Balance } Meals, suck two Rennies, one after *9
ercinst yesterday evening when] heating the pievicuil te indeed | deg. F ’ | Seer { Europe, 11 p.m. The News |the other. Their fast- acting blend of
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right front fender of O—133 which} KA. Tocheniy sat Thilisi o1 (3 pm.) E by N me Prone to acid stomach. It’s so easy
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-rr Wrdaritilii April .-, IS..O. Barbados Atamaie Pri. frlVE CMTJI Year 55. LEOPOLD WILL RETURN THIS MONTH Stanley, Driberg. Foot, MacDonald, Gammans, Eden Barrage Evans — ON SUGAR J SPATi: OK SUPPLEMENTARY QUESTIONS (UlowcsJ Mr. Evutg'l sluienienl on Cnminnwr:iU.i SOgjC-r in the lloiisc of (ointnuns on Hondas Mr. Met isa e ? said Whttt thanking my honourable friend iui this may i ;uk how the figures of 640.'"-< and 900.000 ions to which ferred compare with the on and present exports from the West Indies to ihe United Kingdom and what are the total exon the w. : ; t Mr. Evans: The total exports before thi' w..i wen MM.OOO of which :!47,ooo tons came to the United Kmdom. The total exports for 1949 were 090.000 ton; of which 383,000 tons came lo the Kingdom. Mr. Oliver Slanley: Whatevei %  n thai rabjact would it not ( rnoi e %  %  tei of the deleRation who wished lo come hen-. id them to com* and discus* it rather ihan to "you can (be con%  i is not the natural feeling winch the\ : have Booul 'hat likely to be the hon tleman has just about fatten Honduras, h appeara to show thai t nun-commonwealth .sugar from which additional allotade %  4i Mr A EvaiB: the suggestion of %  the Right Honourable gentleman lis that the Wi ,,. nou %  raced with a fait ac cm pi I that %  would 1Mquite wrong. There have %  been pj %  : ... lo i hr extent of verv large tonnages. Tor example. Australia 600,000 tons. South Afni 200,000 tons, Mauritius 475,000 ns. FIJI iaU.uOII tOIW If Ihi! toni %  ne made to the West I' Use, theaa other Commonwealth AIM demand eesuadaraBlon on the same scale and thercJ>io Mr I)r U Bere: Wl, ; iugai? M.. i rasa 1 verv fair a*.iepmenl end thai it r i o. Mr. Oliver SUnlej: If the HonI found it %  ixeuble to bra allocn' the ease of British i without h %  di ofnaH on Ihe other ( h iiivguate allocation foi I Hi nuts. Phi of oouraa, does I I %  nnot pay • high price I i thil question has to be ly awed in relation to OUI baide to export .it ( nmpetltivc i %  sen a nood deal 01 reseaiM .pment m jfhe Held of sugar production avtfl Ihe last few veura and we. it i< %  Mrve pool, so lo the end that our friends i meed to make use of all t .it wealth of reaearcb and knowige that the march i made available. In >the> oius. 11 '.. us it must beiii tome relation work) prices. Mr. Driberx: Will %  in mind that the t of British Hondiu lied by the Bvaas Commission il f only a relatively small numbei t people from th4 iod of 10 ream Win he also r in mind that although it ma.. iot he desirable ultimately that %  inialea should be :i on eon* economy, none at that Jamaica i' dapeodi %  S Australia. Mr. Kvans: I beg to assure my i that we accept that that it has been taken fully % %  ration m arriving .it sir Polar MeeOeawM. nouM still bo tied to |l ..lire I %  oui own Col n then production and p uan muiithc fac* that they M If to be ken int' 1 1 to this %  d consider the whole] %  Mr r....iis \V %  not recon %  %  Mr. MorrtMin. This % %  • %  %  an lull with the we did not I IB .vrong to %  l I ti of these %  %  finally had I %  should talk __ lhat thev Mi. StasUea i %  without interfering ourable Gi %  % %  amount of Ui reason that location within the wealth? Mr. Morrison taking to Cuba, Then true, hui it %  %  bulk pun rite thai at the elect %  1 Mr. a fk an e l Peat with the 1 ,v • % %  i %  one. althoufl the point case, if we art dum of thi %  %  %  1 I i friend teh ns wil sugar production in the West On I'. D.G. Leacock Retiring XI, I BUTE who is expected to retire. Legislature which prorog u Hon. J li Chai %  Ihe motion tot ment is made I ; ('marks not to the Chair hut ti %  will l>e retiring at the of the pi MS S lOO thii oeeasioi i s that %  the pi* and in. | it o v e r .-liberathe You the island in many do not i as ., legfi Many year' ago whet %  HIUCBLLENC1 kaviiK ihf LecbUUvt CMa -l.lnr, I',., ,-.li„, |,,„, „ v | d|l ., ^ •"il Ml. P I c .innl.HI. \.,,.,„ ra „ ,„. rl the Uird Bl.lw.p Bermuda Decision/ Next Week-ridm.i > %  or Wednc A f(.', to recoi to CIOM %  night. This %  I %  Aflr: %  %  the result." —Bv i it* "Flying Saucers* 44 Max Be Jel Plants %  N3M. nad d %  %  Raaiei Governor Prorogues Legislature %  U sNl UICPLS CER] I Excel lency Hie Governor prorogued the Legisiatuic tor throe i were only about ball ad ^envuitbe Council Chaaabsn when tha G*V4 i %  -.:-•!' •'!!) winch ho rea d his prorogation epaei ^^ ii ah hour before the I sriwduied for pun.. %  pen. I The '; Iber at :t 15 pjn Bract %  r. T. H.,ut: '-aims irrylng the ITV.. %  Excellency the Qovart upants of the specta; ; then piaei Acting Colonial Secretary, the D. Q. Leacock. I'resident of 'he Council Members of Die House of Assembu ware vummaaai Sergeant-.. ernor read nil prorogaU Text of the speech foUo Afr. I'rrsidrut ortd Honourable Member* nf Council Mr. S,J"•}„blu itj -ixlecn log of the present LegislstUJ i opproaehmg. triat the 1.. noula now i>e pteeoguaa. %  %  %  l until the 1 But I do thank %  the many and varied mattei> of Importance which you 1 %  ton SPORTS W TIN DOW 11—i.rt B.. %  fame W.HT P team fron II M. 1 SOLD OUT ALREADY %  •' ESI %  : :. April i %  reserved snmbdation 1 'he maic'i tatiiriL ion most of the sealing land which iy — Heater. pliers, and I do nut a friends. If tl %  still want to not come, at April. Mr. Mea %  Leader of the He •%  h#r 'e aeieei %  admitted "trnti rilaVvltaa nm had to faraaaae da> spered yourself 01 yeui Itaelth and %  %  Ileus To Iks NalioiialiM'il VII NN \ \ ne.i c HI iK araaas ewnei 1reputed lo make 1 !" %  pawns (CS) aa aaar, 1^ eea I s lead in the ii-i <>i %  and travellinK thewa to he lsee< \<\ Hie < /(•( ( %  rhe en au !" %  seiwaaa aeeeeslni an ifJinrr or hem,. IU I t. WOSh in Ihe mlne. \rni\ Ports lA-iivr^ %  %  %  %  1 A VM \toni Fslahlislinienl •OH, April i it %  %  Kent U 1.1 ted it %  1 %  ibo o farce will i>c %  —Renter • Oil !r I ATOM CHILDREN OTTAWA. A A lending Canadian that the children >i to-day would a Involved in an atom Dr. L. Cook. Chief Chemist on the Canadian At" about at* Ml *> 1 harmful Healer UK SfSfRVfS UP S296m Kremlin Seeks To Widen The East-West Gap Allies Will Not Leave Berlin LONDON. Apt tl I %  mmissionci nighl accul the Kremlin of seeking to n Germany with I But ho an,Hi 1'hiCommunists %  11 takinii over Ihe City of Berlin H i ind fully united. hcallM hftvr If Belgian Government Get Vote of Confidence Kussia Builds Largest Air Force Pearl Harbour Day? uaatfrtQTOM, April 4 Vlnaois Qaurmati ol the %  S urged Con. he Ihreal of Pro%  wei %  I use ol RepPreeldent's or th I H Julj %  I %  %  Sentenced For killing 3 Children 14 last ..( |h %  rmrdei of tl rinse the St.tt. 1111. Rub} Nell Hai I Mar) Burneide 1 iiniii. i 2 %  1 %  farmei. last JanOaT) white men. Leon Purn* %  %  Whm, weri Malcolni Whltt pleed>psterdav to the manjil Rub) Nell Han %  1 %  aiMi Wmu murder charges %  attack ;i drunitt vanga' Hi caused thi u rest . 1 :ho followlni would meet ne end Royal Carpel MH VtIRK Darlag IU llrsi wrrk on II JII Mill, (furrn 'l.ir. 1 rrjrt. iniiil C370 .. ih of il,ilUrs. In spur ul bM urathrr 10.00B proplr "••Ml in Inok .11 II (If thrm Mm. l.onnlil ptnurr pant. raids. 700 houihl hrochurrs .ml 171 iMiiiltlt 1 H Minirmi beaklefa Eva Peron Is "Cioilmolher" Prt By rroxy ^o Luxury Linei the Prince Uegent P Charle>. for consultetioni to-nlghl Aft t h IRegci Professor laOOpOll Asked whether I new govern 1 ..t least en%  % %  .s-heiv %  was celled Filng else. to-nlghi The 1 %  t hear! %  1 1 %  1 %  effort' %  %  I \ainple 1 he A Pact taik.1 hieh ihu-f fee an exemp %  1 %  • %  cjcsmpl" to -leifhbours. I %  did fj %  -i %  %  %  nl) one men, IUBium's possible m> to guess who that %  based on %  • that he %  d not b) Uimult." he added Keuter R e I K i u %  ///£//• tmfy /// 6eie&8Uge PARIS. Apr %  European Eoo%  Sary of thi iteliii%  •n Foi. %  %  -Iteaier had hoped that th aid —Reuter MORE MONEY FOR ARMS



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A. li. / fa' "1 bet ni CC h PAGE TWO B A KB ADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY, APR jts lfc Qcuub patting Modes for mn ar* changing, too Y Ot h*Te U Mi Ballet ilssaiaa %  %  * %  '• here ara lawa* %  Mich thr r*K h ^ I %  i f i|^r^ *BT* ^H • I IEETT Mr. and Mr. O. E. GIC.LIOLI ISS MADGE CUKF. IIIHISSISII M ISSM laughter of Hon. H A Cuke O.BI, JI.LC, uid Mrs I'ukf . OEVERAL B.W.I.A. >lafl mem3 With P.A.A. In Miami M H and Mrs John J. Allen %  d on Monday afternooi bv BWI.A. from Miami t Antigua and will be here ft* three weeks. Mr Allen ll the son 01 M' and Mr* John Allen who live n %  ITierto Rico. Allen Is with the Cable ani Wireless staff there John Jr.. however iwith P.A.A. In Miami Thcv will be the guest* of Mis. M E Allen In Worthing. dunr.it their stay In Barbados. We Speak English M R. and Mrs. Sinclair Spencc and their small daughter Knriii. unlike most ot the pasaenD were arriving fro:n Venezuela on Monday afternoon, could speak English. Mr. Spence is here for two weeks but his lamllv will probably be remaining on longer. Arriving by B.W.I.A. they are staying at the Paradise Beach Club. After Six Years M il KENNETH PARKEK win arrived from La Guaira air port on Monday by B.W.I.A. sol" he first heard of Barbados abo.it six years ago, and he has Anally come to see it now for himsell He will probably be here lor two weeks and Is staying at the Ocean View Hotel. Also arriving on the same 'plane was Miss M. Debont who is also here for two weeks. i i from Trinidad Transferred in Mid-Ocean waistcoat cut square Instead of in lonf points. Note llir two deep pockets In place of the normal two-up and two* down stile B.W.I.A. Staff Mrdav via B.G. Caut. Junior *.S. Fort Duqucsne from **£. ?."?? Farl.n. the pilot who dew the IVlGundeloupe bound for Dieppe married on Thursday afternoon St Andrew's Scots Church Georgetown B.C., to Mr. f Giglloll, son of Dr. G. Giglioli, R M.A "Antigua" to Trinidad stopped half "a mile from Sandy O.B.E.. of British Guiana a|ie r successful test flights on i,i, nt | 0 ff Antigua ot 2 a.m. on Hon. and Mrs. Cuke and their Saturda> spent me Saturday and collected two passon Henry were In B. G. for the d „ al lnc Ocean View Hotel and !cn(n rs or in< u.K.., Admlnlslraoccasion The bride was given in wnl be returning to Trinidad lor R s j Wayne nnd Miss Ann marriage by her father; she wore sometime to-day. Murphy. Slater Tutor Holberlon a while organza gown with %  Alr Hostess Miss Eva Scott Hospital who is going back to hoop skirt the style of the Vlctoa |„, ,„,., she too Scotland having completed thr.-. rian era. the bodice was close wlU i,,. returning to-day. vl ars service j n Antigua, fitting with short rull '. ,.. And. %  Dominican Her long tulle veil was held in wno is in the B.W.I.A. Port-ol That'g a Long Time Ago place by a tiara of pearls, she gpain office and Mr. C. Kegon u r p*JT from New li-isev has woelong white glove, and fj, A engineer ore on their A G *?.T ''' u SL, carried • bouquet of white Mt„, ,„ „„,„,„. red .TSSSsto! ,„ IBM and has bud, with strings of pearls twined „. „ „„e to leave "iiVnim a newspipir couecl the 'H.r'S.erMrFMrBol. %  ,. "" Cn, n SrtJtdS. B^eUn Tated'satortMT^^o^Tr,IHl Pe\ci %  • • EMK* doy February 18th >•.„* Bavlev was the Besunan Mr V ESTERUAY Ema > u n* ler paper is In very good condition. Henry Cuke and II I Into the Advocate Staand is willing to sell It 'cheap Knowles were ushers u.m.-rv gftd i.tvlullv selected it we .,re in'.eiestcd in buymg It. ad Mrs. Cuke and Mr. "bout fou Mb cotn -pi A:. Henry Cuke ratunad I Mc ,,nI r '"' Mr P" ov,ne Un ne Alr wmfessor RoberU DeUeves that lusioned visitors to his consulting thoir personal ,,. if^nre^uoleaflrst go" to know room, the Welsh professor has torn how to win a „. ^1 "non-romantic picked up some mvoluabl, tips on ^-success arrives £ *j ptaces the divorce statistics would ''-makin^^ ., v0 „, lho5( in ^X"an, £ '''He deplores the impression dangerous silences after they M u Iw S SU> happily He deplores me %  !* . ^ T a.!—"bout the uoy. they know how to li know how to be (li f coarse I) ,_,' GWLS should keep away from mother. (3) a successful SIGNPOST THREE: The red dim corners. They__sli, atngr ; Jnjh.t order. Why 500 Couples Failed -as reported by Pro/essor l.t.il.isi llolWrsi us-minded Welsh piofessor, who has spent more than „ n gathering evidence, reMany marriages "e aa"' !" J"Tn SJM .rovldor. port, to-dayhis belief that ropieces because the partners cou !" aa. mantle love does not work. not talk about how they would '"e> will Jo 38-year-old Gwilym Roberts spr ead the money on iumituri. love is like something on a mire nt, clothing, food, and so on. ^ croscope sUde. He thinks that you These couples are "Infantile I llnd out most about it if you look Tney wanf fo lean on somebody at It with a scientist's eyes. ejje (generally father-in-law). After dissecting about 500 spell... ..r s dOB< N reated by So fllrrl "where me been kied. Talkl-abou. stars don't have to wash me dishes or get up to light the tire > nai nfevsarawa ssayaisrt | %  --their emotionu. HUHBANIMI stay p %  till marriwl lr they lover ^'xJffsjJi^mi^ won't co~m before nurrlur. out of ifoubie cestful father, o) j not spare time from ywtenlay by B.W I A Leaving Shortly %  quite u crowd of children, each with bli tdl ti; "othr (iif-u iiround living his k I makingj but minute pn ;i ,. prior to hw dp-Jturo for -tafiai. I j ter time and he was WH. STEWART PEKOWNE 3. Sleee with tunifd Uck t-iilTN One Kdvaatage for thta ; llir ti'.rrT will not need A tlrket pockrl Bui Ihe style la the rurrt-nl iMll-mAfk uf m tailored Hill. S AW SIR THOMAS SOUTHORN in BiuiKi in a day or twi With Lady Southon. and hl brother-in-ljw Mr Wool! lie DM been spending the WlntCf DMOttu lti llarlwdos U 0tMtl tt S Lords During W.I. H)-> tiao I i days a& guest* of Adiiuruslralor BMW, To Attend Meetings |R. I F III DAVI1J I'M •> %  in wo %  former Colonial S*'\ • |SVe .i iulk over UN | week entitled Tradition and Conflict in the West tUtax giving a short f>keic>i ot the historical and economic background, he talked of the ruing generation of West In. .icukirly mentioning tlM young St. Lucia poet, Derek W.ilcott. Mr, Perowne has now been isor to thfl Emir KMI.-. tici wt n tm For Colonial Students T HE British Council m LOOdOD will rent from thtMimsti> r IKE'.ETON CROSSWORD I .11 inc usuai :.. St. Vincent for the Week-end V^ m i MiKmir Of Cvrenaica. i. launcn, wnien wa> % %  bay will of Works the new Han. CM ?kS>>ai. llosltl 1' Colonial Sludeul. wbk h British it.iiuu Ui M i l-or B.C. Olympiad Laat weak It was a nnramn t r l thai heie to Ittend I, .. I,.,v. ,..,,, i..,.,l ,1 for u sum l\ ,. racing oi 1:235.000. 1 1.. I..K .-• 11 1 : 1 ... 1 %  %  1 , t I Up and Up 1 k ''' rv ,. unliled eurn Saturday Thi-y will OS hen .mil Aunl 1K: TI 1 1 1 l_l 1 1 1 md sn Hotel. 1 %  Fine Weather H ERE to spend two Cacrabank are Ui I 1. B Cngts and .1:1 -1 daughter, Beryl Mr. Cragle i Supt Engineer Sprostons Lid.. in Oeorgetown * %  * this is Uv They left B.G. mi ant roe fOUl Harola 1 1.. it \\ A B ARBADIANS returning hum bran the United usually express pleasant surprise .il llu' many improvements noted in and around the City uf Bridfftand 1 onuJ %  < Monday %  %  :in itilerII his second .md last year he towll> %  B* expactl siatelv looking building's. 1 iv, u weeks. After Four Years *-|V) SPEND tWCj m.Nlhs' hulitiity X in B l working maybe I jn o trmpore. n i.U'u-.i DDm 1 UiUlUgtrit policemen, are some subjects ot comment the most recent is the it trol and the attempts at one-way routes. 'You are doing nin" said one fellow who had not been home tor S7 years. BY THE WAY >* monoim pvOl'BTS expressed by als. After that, chovies "Flown in this moiuiii ; trom Tlerra del Fuego." Ltet that eveiung, when the prupneur .,1 of tho malicious assistant's lips, she rcl.ufTed him as though slung by ; %  bornct TO restore her eaSjl him tWO ilmnors at llu %  I shall never make I H .i Foulenough. as the %  ,nitv steeped herself to thr In Patting %  %  1 scientists. a lo whether UkO human Iviugs might gel I ona&OS latest bomb would M ,...,. the world, have put the rest 0. Haiton IirlilonUitnv them on ttsft. A %  aaimii I i ii \sd ihat thing slicit of univei lion is a in.;. %  ntree; ined ihat to the prupnctoi's private i there shall be DO more bow-andThe other day be m eou'beiuS ittMed I gnn m, lik* uw ptal Ing one or i .sieged Hg ET^SSJ-T Four eager piorste I !• %  <* ^e"> d a a new clem. -but it was to unstSsrH U. of them instead >f sendturned into somethl twlanj HOPE Ihosa do,'. hours later." skta-ftent 1 Irving lo make, music a branch Meanwhile tin ni ni |, ff, the window. A long-legged will) erticls crossing recently bssi led i" J" lx ( aui> took a hefty bite, made a man on the subject He qu emph.it i. plai see and uttered i who admitted ftssft a cure for this sort of thing tion of horror Not Quit. lo patients at bedI await the sjuiouncement that asked Fuulenough "How da vou tune. H Bored iiiem. and even wd the real purpose of scicntinc re tell rtpe caittboard to fighting." In %  world w\ ,* diftlcu'*. (or even the healtln lo lodge the incessant racket < tag b tva said radio, it is a litUe bit thick if netora her sclirespeci sick people arc to have n • aplain a crate of forced down their throats search at present is t .sea-sickness in goldlish. and to ubolish the headuche> which make horseflies so petulant in UM mer. If anything can really rouse public opinion it will utinsuimanlpai anorder 04 UM I S>LU. h that WHITFIELDS of Broad Street?' I'lease Send me. . CAFE ROCK ic BROWNI I (IM Kl: POTS: *1.01, $1.13. 11.23. tl.M TEA POTS: 62c. Kite.. 11.01. 11.27 JUGS: S2c, $1.05. $1.11 CAFE RUSSETT ,IT.OWNI —a few Cents dearer on nil Sizes. THIS WABB IS IDEAL FOB HOTUs A. QUEST BKM ill*". \tKOt 1. ritls tx>r % % %  • *• OH of & ripi ttwu words i. t pamoua isndins (rounds. Carpet counuy. ippMrM we near, up tost fjfaUlfllST II Not on I' *.n S Afrlcs u III hirthdsv aord. IJ. I'lot (01 %  SMI Ni't QUll*! 13. Ui m do tbl lot %  ome consideration 1 14. Tieid SOU (MM-'13. Olven Oils sonant, ynoga becuine DSlnlur 17. Double riun U> tor UM ilftugnierei 1. Mark nisdo %  d>K DuL got trie swaid .UAnparenilf jou Kl.e me OUIJ two tM'D. ti.it* • Uie IrouDlel 1) This •lon rina *UrtvUvo potMtS. ;!in 'iiuigb s oride aae i-1 IWOUK (two words). if. Cnu-e a dive. MM' POMN 1 I PrtiinuntiTif irj-outs for • girls 16 wni itwo word*. Manet indicated Ihe Usaaposltlou. lean a deacnption or rrencrtmane Bngltsl. iflort v itwo word*i 4. Oddly enough mcj< mi* mdlcats U-rn.r or dellabU ft. Old oltlcrr wo e about dUSl S Its a .rter itwo words I. C i 10 -TUN Dcaesaca. 18 Not nowein wbat "t Down' .IL.I 17. Fragrant start of a romance. 18 But ui? rod pt-ce of it, siren these Uava. u not usually as toURh a* wood 1 Aiiaitrumiil* s IN Ihis word game, riven i word ..ud ..n i scjutred to make luinpceed of the For example SLOPED with I is spoiled 1. GALLED with 2. NEATER with 3. EAGLES with • s with 5. TWINE with 6. POLO with BSaSSsS cimens ot broken romance he is fairly certain that he knows where marriages go wrong. He strokes his chubby face, peers through his wide hornrimmed glasses and says: "The ideas of many people are muddlea concerning sex and love. We need guideposts." So he comes up this spring morning like a weather-beaten road scout and puts up his d.recuon signs for people who wantto be happy alter the* fall in love. His first words are for parents —because the road to happ> marriage starts in the nurserj. SIGNPOST ONE: The biggest B.ns;le influence that makes lor happy marriage is a sensible uphringing. w nen mother starts spoiling her young son, sue is ru nn i n g net' daugnter-in-law's ma.-nage. Case History; Sui-year-ola Jackie graus his Iwo-year-olo sister's toys. Mouier rusnea in to console the little gin. Jackie might get the sOfl uu^ little Grace gels the cuddling. Jackie sets the table for mother and gets criticised if just one knife or fork is crookea. Grace sets them any old how and gets a kiss for her eilort. So Jackie, his emotions crushed, grows up secretly hating his mother and sister. But it all seems to pass over without trouble until he gets married—and then things go wrong. He nags her, ill-treats her, pushes her around. Mother uias to blame for this broken romance—years be/ore. Invulid Wife Take another aspect of parental mishandling that can make a daughter into an unhappy #lfe. Case History: Seven-year-old Winnie became ill. Everybody was kind and attentive. They saio nice things. It was like being a baby again. For the rest of her childhood she enjoyed several little bouts uf apparent illness. It was more pleasant in bed than in school. Now Winnie at 35 is an invalid wife. She did not like the cares and duties of married life so she retreated into illness. Tc her it Is a pleasure. Her porenis should not hare been fooled bw her /eioned illIWSSV8. SIGNPOST TWO: Young fellows and girts must go tv places where they can mingle nalurallj with the opnoaite sex. The shy girl who slinks on her half-day into ihe darkness of lh cinema and buries her social feriority In the arms of her screen hero will not find a If* partner. The hot-blooded young man who makes a bee-line for the dance floor every night of the we cutting down his chain hnding an ever-1ov11 %  g < w_' 1 r From Ihe quie*. murmurings an.l hysterical outbursts of the disllde Venezuela If tliev till kill how can one an l.c -lifer lliun unotati? " CLUB MORGAN Est.i abierto para ustedes todas las noches para Cenar. Bailar y Entretenerse. Especialisados en cenas de "steak" desde las 8 en adelante. Sons .mil-' i>ii ui Mood Same, I diluting to be -c IIK-1 of theif potene) in llir (irtsBs* nigh very powrrful. rr.-uirr veryeawil t ,l.-BH,l-..-l>.V m Muc h Hsiry Hum %  lyiics b) In CvHia.ii Uaal Msssten CkncUo t, DOHn ALTON • CUtKlrf b, CHAHES **ltlS hssteSd b, BTHUR IU1D NOTICE Our Customers and Friends are asked to note that our Factory and all our Departments —Plantation Supplies, Lumber. Hardware. Insurance and Office will be closed to business on Saturday 8th instant. BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LTD. iiiilr.ini' presene gentle o ,1 me has high germicidal effirienc) fvena%j| of blood, li is Don-poisoi , does noi -lain, iti, II tissues. These are some of ihe reason"liy-Dsty DETTOl. THE MODERN ANTISEPTIC -xn at. of III! toIIOYAL Worthi ings l.l Shoo mar., al "..* %  p.m. i Deubta %  ay sVOOsWaw) Ualo EVANS I sfMl NHVADA SKIES' and • III INNS WILD CAT" Wild Bill ELLIOTT I 111*. Ill: I ...Ud AtllaU llonbl* Tht CISCO KID in "THE VALIANT MOM But •JHl "BORaOWED ii'". r.i i William BOYDH..tul> Cl.VDB I aim's A Omtlitifs at Ihf mto\ou v> I*I i %  i li BAINCOATS .Mid UOBSSI al SS.IS at MJS (I FLASTIC BAGS la laUU llftwl Bta*fc. Brawn. Wawto lr. !• %  MJS U | ri.Ai.TIC CSULDBENS BAGS ll.ttt -farh In WBIU. Blafk and BaS CHILDBCN'S CLAHKE SHOES la bll, Brawn Irota 3>i U .H OSJBjaSSjri ANKLETS Whll*. Bi.-i Flak ••• *—' *Sw. llll> Olli-.SS SMiV. P L A Z A TWO DAYS ONLY: WED. & THURS—5 & 8.30 prn i'AHAMOUNT PRESENTS llarbara Van EUzabclh STANWYCK 11EFL1N SCOTT in •THE STRANGE LOVE OF MARTHA 1VERS'' Good Friday Sat: COLORADO •PASSION PLAY'' TBtuirroRY Ul. lh, WIST* no* ,.,. IV —n con Ihi: Hoi Pai i.,. sap u. I.VJ: M lOB T : nai 1 Is id :00, :ua: IIOV1 To-Mahi anlr al ..aw p.m. M| HAHItU,!', %  IS UCBJl : Bl 'SrcKF.T Or HCOTI.AND YARD sag VV \I.DNs .1 lll.l I HIM" \Kli AOI'ATII' (LIB CWEMA IMombar. OnV' TIII'RSDAY NIGHT AT I 30 S ROBERT NEWTON , DENNIS PRICE .. HERBERT LOi !" MARCEL DALIO ., STANLEY HOLLOWAY WJ GUY MIDDLKTON "' >NOWBOtlND'' and imroducing MILA PAREI.Y J A Universal Piclui. Seven great Stars in a story so thrilling . so spcclaciajsm ... so packed with action Ihot you will love every mosslilBJ OLYMPM United ArtiitR PretcnU SEND TO Hams in tins Mint.ui & Peas Lemon Squash Grape Nut Cereal Shredded Wheat Cocoamalt Fancy Shads Kipper Snacks Chef Sauce FOR .... Bacon Sliced Grapefruit Juice Pineapple Juice Cornflukes Ovulline Pablum 1 i-.li Cakes in tins Malt Vinegar — I ..null.. Kclchup • .,1 John U. Taylor A Son* LU' -111 nnj NOTICE will our CUSTOMERS and the general public please note that Our LUMBER Allll HARDWARE .STORE. ELECTRICAL Dept.— Pierhead and The CORNER STORE will be closed to BUSINESS on §ATURDAY APRIL Kill 1950 MANNING 8c CO., LTD. j



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PACE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE Specially designed for Barbados, this Two-tone brogue in Black/White and Brown/White is now on sale at the leading stores. made by JOHN WHITE WEDNESDAY. APRIL ;, ,, A VALUABLE DOCUMENT TO KEEP BRITISH CARIBBEAN STANDING CLOSER ASSOCIATION COMMITT 1948-49 REPORT 3/a Copy ADVOCATE STATIONERY So deliriously light! And you can make il Be ready for compliments when you make this scrumptious pudding for the family And don't think there's a special knack in getting that mcltio-the-mouth lightness into your puddings' With Royal Baking Powder 10 guarantee success, you can't fail! Here's the recipe: Sift together 5 ft plain flour, I rounded teaspoon Royal Baking Powter, a pinch of salt, and 2 oz. sugar. Rub in 2 ozbullet. Add / bepten rug and sufficient warm black coffee to make siiff batter. Pour the mixture into a greased basin (6-inch size), cover witt greased paper, and steam for 2 hours. Serve with a sweet sauce. This makes a really delicious, light, steamed sponge pudding with a marvellous flavour. V ou ; you can rely on Royal for a perfect light texture, because it's blended so that it raises evenly all through, txpert cooks always use Royal. It makes successful baking sun. ROYAL BAKING POWDER ^ __ Advancing ^N^ Vecir* I N the .mtumn ot' lite YES! Ml in ill.' Ml iOOM.XV 11.11 IIS O.K. u-ilh a -FLOREXVI-: Wl CAN SUPPLY FLORENCE STOVES in I. II. 2 & '.-Burner \S — Double & Single Kcmemhrr %  H.OKrJNtE STOVE is the PhD Word in Quality, Bdmome and CbaaHj I'm (.ARAM TRADING CO., LTD. still possible to ...'alth .inJ vigow provided that the dietary is appropriately chosen, lor this purpose Ovaltine' wiU prove of eaaa \ [al value* This daUcioui food beverage provides conreattialad, balanced nourishment derived ftoae N foods which help* to build a* Had vitality and to restore body, brail and IHTM. -. Moreover, 'Ov|t, M t ,, eaitlv borb*d aa1 %  attnrilsead tarn h i. acceptaMa rvm to %  e4kaaaf • v item. Its dettghtfol flavour appeal* to tai nni %  For everyone, olrt .in.l young, 'OvaJlinc'U the Had tood bvv.-rjge tor BaaltB .inj viu| l( \. Delicious OVALTINE For Health and Vitality m H all Oumm .. > ...^..


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WEDNESDAY. APRIL S, 1150 BARBADOS ADVOCATE Barrage Evans On Sugar PAOE TlUtEE iFiem Pasr It ..geo under ihls pro1 poaal, .'o (hat we may juugc . %  •arrangements to be provided by I *.n*e proposals there sfiali be a %  luu oppoiiumly for the %  %  Mm of the sugar industry in ilia .1.10 *r. Evans. As I recall it. the %  espantiun a> compared with pre.1. taking from 1935 to 1958. and LjiM'iagiiiB it is very substantial. Bl u certainly in the neighbourhood uf 350,000 tons to 400,000. Wr> have taken very' carefully Into account all that my Honourable friend has said, before arriving a: this figure. We have .done a good deal for the West Inaies. Before lie war :he only protection they liad A as £5 a ton preference, whereas today they ore being guaranteed a market for 71% of their production. Mr. Uammans. MM ine Honourable Member taken the trouble to tind out how strong have been the expressions of public opInBn tn the West Indies on the negotiations up to now? Does he realise What a very bad effect .t will turn on Imperial relations if the elected delegation of these Colonies comes over to this country and ihe Government refuse to do anything aatcept entertain them? Mr. Evana. Yes. sir. Mr. lUfrisoa Will my Hon ftiend say in view of our urgent %  ted Tor more sugar how it comes •pout that he has put a ceilint Of 040,000 on the West Indian prodliction. whereas in 1948 we were Bpporting no less than 790.000 •ftps? What is the reason for thi, qensiderablc reduction in the iBio unt permitted under this ( %  reement from the West Indies Rive priority to Empire su. atop overproduction li ahead? Mr. Evan*. As iff •elves Canada giv< SubatMattaJ prefi n Mr. Marlawe. Is it not %  the whole matter that ;ment have deliberately limitci the { causing bodily barm on Joseph Spooner on July 2 with intent and unlawfully and maliciously inflicting grtvioug bodily harm .i .l"s*>ph Spooner. Charles Forde pleaded guilt THE tMTED PARISHES n f Barbados Charity Group are here at their office. New York preparing barrels of food and elothlna for miles of travel to Barbados. Packing barrel* are deft la right) : Mr. Charles King. Mr. Meubry dikes and Mrs. Cdtae N'ewiaa— Amsterdam JVt'uis Photo. Tb SliriHt trlM.i tice has continued under youriooodi Presidency, is the surest proof Oil* w {^_OjM"W Ihgtl we have h-u Kl *" r J" r 7 w< %  Mr. Evans, i i.,ust point out that we iiall not be getting irom the Commonwealth, including in. West Indies, the tonnage of suga< WO should be very happy to take. 'JB even at the end of .052. Mr. Ue La Berr. Whv not tak* the Majar Legge-Boarke. In view oi the fact that we export quail %  con-n--T.-tbie amount of sugar Iron, this country in the year, will tin Hon gentleman say whether tut) rettiit of this new proposal wll be t!i.,t wa shall be exporting or reBp<.rtinK more sugar than w ~w*i<' before, or will we give more -lug. i ;o the consumers who really • #aii Mr Evana. We ' to export as much. It t> /Ofy important that we should naii:.i.n our export market. Hut tjs lobe pointed out that included in '.his tonnage allowance !00.i"'u tons for Canada Wo iuai.ndce it, but Canada dot mtrantee us that she will take it. '" %  %  k even -n Ihe figures which are comJlaiiied of. Oapum iTuokwuuk. A: nfy.f it all are the people in this OBBtry going to have their sugar )ltlo: IncreasedIs it going to aalin the same, or is it going ?o a decreased? to icfer briefly to an outj Mr. Evans. That is a different j event of the year, viz, the visit neat i M! i I of Her Royal Highness Princess %  *. Peter Smitherv Is the Hon Alice *' nd ,ne E 31 1 "' Athlone. I gj eman aware of the very l nm sure lnal am echoing pubUc MUBoi.s political consequence". P""on when \ ***. ,nat he deX might follow from the anm 0 " n a,w,, ( f pub,u •*>** %  Sxuicinem he has made and ttrta E l rt'tutaliwd. Ofaat .:i-K O Adam*. T A AtllllUolia, li L <\uiun, u E %  alia, v L Boidvn. E. k" CaOaBgH, O IJani.l C. H nnrii. c K Hold. .U*IMI. J. W Lord. R. D Uarxliail. K I. Hunav, r McR Rwaaeai Herd. O. A. Simmon*. A. 0 Trotman !i>ji-.Ji;. ul*a4i Grade I — Q. R, \ HopkimKin. S. A. Jon*. QrMr II—V. B CallMHJt.1-. Grade HI %  I ciatk, L I "" -"ul: oca %  Armj -ImdlB *,r a dr Rl *araa. J W RanfM, D 0 1 lunn. L *" Rarbadai Aradrm Mod,, llith MkM* tirade lit [ i %  tn you in maintaining the dignity | ciarke. o A. Cvllfmril c ".'. of the Chair and ruling ovei our I ^j? K, 1 .' h !4. %  '—" %  . H ^^liberations. I would like lo with you, Sir, or behalf of all hon'hlc members around this table and happy years in your retirement and we hope that your health will be spared for many more yerirs Hon'blo K. Chalrenoi it is n great surprise to me tc hear of your retirement but I thoroughly endorse hon'ble Mr. chandler about you You have filleu your high office i eat honour, and we have all bean of you and to have had the honour to work with yon. I have -eived with vou in thi 7hamber both beforr vou became President and all thai the hon'ble Mr. ChaiuiU i fs quite true. I wish you many hapoy VOL.: iiement The President reoliedI thank >u very much for what VOU have mid of me. 1 I to do my bit while here, and %  M aVery man's -H!>question. It is necessary for me to go now. I am sorry to leave you. f will miss these meetings right i shoiiu po now, I again thank vou Exam. Results 12 Barrels of Clothes For Poor at Easter FROM NEW YOHK i-MM U—C cWrt aai %  •Beel <;,JH.n four; GoodrHie. Gra*l111 • u..,,, i Ol A. W. O. llaidma. I T 'mall %  afcaili oraaa I —K Grade II — O. Unharat" brouajil log from New York on Monday 38 eases of food and sonp along with 12 barrels of Nothing which will be distributed to poor people of the island. %  . nut lor r.. UN United Parlaha* of Harbado* Chanty Group. New Yoik. The Vi : vifv, BarbaoW >p Of M Legislature Prorogued • From page I. I want to take ihis opportunity has made iat in ;he eyes of many people i the West Indies, rightly or IOOKW. the good faith of the OVaa nment is involved in view the statement made by the Hpter at the negotiations last imirii'i What action does it •opose to lake to make sure that Members of the L 4T good faith is re-eslablish. r| if. Council: measure of its sucMf. Speaker and Member* of Ific Jfoiijc of Ansi'inbly: I thank you lor the supplies which you have voted from time to time to meet the needs of the public services. Mr. President and Honourable piilal i ve M Jive* of the population of the eat Indies? MjF. Evana. Fair minded pcrvho have any knowledge of Mr. Speaker and Met | tlic House of Attemblu: By vtrtuo nd In < %  >; rdaa of tod by the •alt the Oovernment I proposal' 19H ^ prorftguc thc Lcgi-j,. W eminentl\ fair. [ure ant i j ot fc t that it stand proMr. lh>oda Parker. Will the, rogued lintll the 2 5th of April, ton. %  ci'i^man tell the House 1950. ^H the Government are doing. Members of the H0U ^^Krsuade that sugar Imoor'inR I to the Oov ^^Bilons he mentions one their Chamber, and the (lovernor Ifaftdii to give an undertaking tn left. tewtoa and Mr. Chorle* ..p.i,m..ury rmii.h Lurraiure y Km8, General Secretary, Gro..ipii> .creaiK A t. B who is uf St. Andrew F\ubados %  nUt) Mjin... 1 F..^.,. n Literaiur* .ra, Barbados first benefited frorr ~ laaaah i^ llM %  amnaiaii Maine, j !he ^'""P wn, n in February last lood and clothing arrivec: ni**v"i T 'A*l„*Vn n **' y s,k u Gr "* -. b <^ distributed in St. Andrew K*f.i Mhei; Qrade m-o M, waiaon SuiCP lh *n other parishes have m-ata raaaiaami OHMU HI—V. A! received gtfta %  i On* c. c. I "B H-twanj. K A Hutclunion. S S. UcuiiUi. J w Lovrii w H Lo**t 1 Pwoa, c nawhaa. (Oirls) The Alxiiidrj MIHI Grade I Kiiia. 9 M K. a, I Waul Paa a nn. > L rtowaim wahwu. 1h r AUt| Sekael: Grade HI J. •• %  M'lun H.kel Giadr ihur. li N. Beale. T li Baals, Q r BtiUen GramIII %  ad, i; M K. Yaije On Alleviie. B L BMIMHI. H. C GrlfBlh. K A. Hudwn. J V. J01.. Keuman Gra.lr Ml P GIOIM. T. M. GUI. N. A Hall. J R H Kin*. T A Kim. A I IJojd. I N Mw rell. E. I> A. Norria. C. E. ON Howe, S. P. Smith, K. E. Vaimhan. N }• .vealhe(n*ad. E C. Wedderb.mi. .1 I MPtlr-rnlili; Fnallnh Un|tiJ)t Credit• t. A. Da Cnaliifi Uuikuaiie iCi*an E. II. WatrlnKlixli Iwniana^e 'Credit' II \| M Wl1]l*mM. Michael, l.lrl-cbaal: Grade I1 %  tan. Grade II 1 H E Bancroft, V. F.. Kennedy It klfCea ne>. Grade III—C. A. Burrowea. N. E, f>. fotile. E. Goodman, J M Gr-avet. .i.di>. E. Johnaon. S. D MarakeU, t. I Padmore. J. I'. Hacimore Aurej UaOlai Grade IIIL L Arthur. H M Cartel. V. K. Dounev, II I. Iliiulv A. M. McAK.ter. S. E Sandiford. M. E. E. Small, I'. Tr l-da.lrv •ta M l 1 Grade Belinave. A O, llnynes, E. I. Jonaa. J. 1. Marmhall. M..J-II. Hlfh Sthael : Grade II If, II Gill. Grade 111b G Ilaylev. T E lllenman, C, EBroome*. L E. U MI.MI.IU. I U Muaii. • aaplfHtaailai) Sp.m r. 'Credit 1— I. II WamUrad laaaali Orad* 1—JP. %  Hunle. Grade HI L. E. Bowen. J. F Cola. P. It. Stout*. HaaalfKifBlai) r.ngt,.h Uiil^ur. ijaaia -usarl Hill Sledle : Grade II 1 I lorne %  laalaam Ore* . %  E Rawlim. 1) E Smellier, C E. Rtraker, B. J W rr. U O n W H.irvey Read has 1 Oan %  MolnWd to act as liaison offleor bacwaan the oraamsation in New York and thi Committee. He was chosen when Hishop Huges of Barbados was in New York in September last and %  lentaUves oi laataM at St Martin's Church, New York. Januaiy |9S0 EtW $R00 sent Uot) to be the second count and this plea was accepted by Mr W K C solicitor Oantri conducted the ease on behalf of the Prosecution. The Jury found Prince Forde and Ijoncl Gibson guiltv nf the second count while thev returned n verdict of 1101 guiltv' ago ins' CnMn Forde and Arthur IVulev His Honour Sir Allan Collvmore. Chief Justice, ) across Norri^'-; bnd on Ml home. Nanis's land || near Forde's land. When he got about tluTOO CM from Forde s [and he looked ahead and saw a banana tree. He ,il*o saw someone by the l-.mana tree It was about fi.30 p.n moon was sbinin he saw thi 1 ihe tree Waa, The man then rushed OUl and shuck him three blow stick Later loui nun rushed at him, two from I ,iul two from N'oi 1 gan to beat him. He thin identified 1*1 -n %  Uonel Gibson and Arthur Bella] %  lng him Unconscious They continue until he was un i When he rasjaaHd eODactausnaai he found one man sitting on nil hip and Charlia on his right hand Forde roaaui on his hand up to the time :t\< %  Ived Ksielle Springer Beryl Hatsm and others Cpl. Mi" three of UM %  an H men and carried him to Ilk The bun IKwas carrying was brought to the station bs Forde Soon BfUl %  I Hutson anil *i. doctor, Cj 1. him lo Forda's i i distributed to i>oor of the parishe*. aftei Pretty pretties in "FERGUSOIN FABRICS" STOCKED BY THE LEADING STORES. Prescod Gets Twelve Months For Manslaughter TWELVE MONTHS' IMPRISONMENT wag on Alfred Prescod of Christ Chuieh, i u th Chief Justice. Sir Allan Collymore, at yi • itting the Court of Grand Sessions. Prescod was found last week of the manslaughter of 21-year-old I ley on the night of October 31. H-> was represented by Mr D. H L. Ward Mr. Ward asued His Honour to take into cOnslderation the youth and tba %  %  %  that he had made anqu • thai Prescod was a man t.'od character and an worker He I from :i respectable nunDj Under these circumstances he .isked the leniency of Ihe Court. Hlf Honour, before sentence said, "The jur> have found vou guilty of manslaughter. You are a young man with a good character and there anroan] letters speaking in your favour.' He told bun that it was a very unfortunale occurrence and the Court WM *orry for him but a life had been taken and therefore there must be some punishment dealt out. He told Prescod that that he was DO) thi and that struck the first blow damauuiK Mi mouth and causing him .' then it was i %  lhat you hi he Mid "Although U i .. %  blow you lUbbOd him, causing his death His Honour end would amount to provoca r it .ertainlv could self-defence After bnppfl Ul| i %  I HiHonour MM Mr. Clarki'. would take him • k (Mf ho came out of Glei . %  lie adVaiod Perscod 11 futm Hothersal l.uid and showed them Mad ml his fodder On the following day he went to the General Hospital and was examined by Dr. Payne but was BtSM by Dr Carter. To Mr Walcott: 1 was charged seven months later with taking --ane sprouts from Hothersal land. I was convicted. I heard from *ome other person that Forde was losing cane sprout* All five men ?iad sticks at the station. 1 am -hnrged with trespassing and attempting to wound Colvin Forde mil these cases are still fencimR. The sprouts on Forde's land was about four feet high. 1 got over to blows and many of these were on my hack. The Doctors Or. C 1. Hutson. Police Medical OfJicer of District V. said that % %  JO* I al II. 19 p.m thc |',Mk-r brought Siwoner to him at his He then described the in) iries he found on examination to the Court. One of these made him auspicious of a fractured nb. Thc injuries were onMBMul to hlows by a stick aM the fracture may have been caused by %  fall. To Mr WaMottt Spooner did villain of ana injuries to Mi MB k Dr Cam i I'Me) af a laid thru Spooner came to him on I He was cornntaining of pain In his chaal in u\; i he had a broken nb and a contusion of the right upi-cr i TO Mr Waleott When I saw 1 him he should have recovei about two "i IhrOt WCalli There will be i)r D O Payne, House Burthe General Hospital said 'hat he saw Spooner on July 3 In 'he morning. He examine %  ill The IC lure bowed a broken Mtaon M CI arre Opavat St. John, i went to iw tan %  %  l.t'i < KM I n told her ti 11 an his land He Uatoi two %  To Mi Waleott The *iltided U) M Kstelia Sprinaw %  The Police itnasji for tin -.i.i tin. 03 Ml I a state%  irfload there spoon, i on the ground He was x'in hal< her men :harllc Torde told hint that he lad caught Spooner with his in He ;ook Spooner o the Suh-St.ihon On the wa> %  ipl.uned of being .. ilnad Spa .id a wound in his i aUlng around j his ribs. He cautioned Spooner who said I that he got the fod | laud at llotharaal At Spoonti km to Shei-J Ml hersal 'I h. 1 !. an %  %  %  and found that %  IIV of foda fa thi i*rosccution. fWSfe SB ctftvtnjfnt... you e." norour pocket or hart L! nvythastMof yaut I -• it anytime, .um-l* with ftMdy, new VICKS INHALER Jiirt a few whiffs a X effective medical ton m tl&i handy Inhaler and yoer not ils clearer in a aoaraU <% *hether it's siopped-up b.y.g •.old. by dust or bad aW. Mast bj Mshtn ol VKAI v7poKar Restore Youthful Vigour To Glands in 24 Hours New Discovery Brings Pleasures of Life to Men Who Feel Old Before Their Time Do jwi f-tl oldar Ihan rtm art' Ara yaa lacaitif in vamniui anlinatlvnf Do tou rntor IV am-tMT of bu(if U | -nm^ Do VAU ( „H, r f roan loaa of Ttfrfur, w*aK mm< cr, L. 1B ***? %  '> r ou"'. Itnpur* bU awfetr atln. oaprvuion and poor i lt a nt cthr or• nt*d for you lo mHf>r i nhar day f/oaa u(h phT*icaL lafattoi becawa lha aurov.tT of an anlw-il phi nan r-> maK*a u poaaiu* for VJU to aiora juur jvu.uiiM vajoiir and uiuioali Youthrul Vigor Roslorod Ttta paaaltiaa of advanciriR afe and th* --.aJU of o*r-lndulj*noa may now t nr>d and Touiniuf aellvilT r body Uruuih UiU nd TI Iron rvttorad ... i ri.Tid aaaaftti l>tor ltiri>K*iioi lh >rld now aav that, in* rl arivlnf rr* o| and lilaluy aBUtl in —ti ftai | BSSTB i i' rn "hA tiara %  r ttrauiui, ami. %  •rr. braiu-|>owrr. and Mron twn nt Nanohron, Caraar. M..i. ,\ninon, and VMM llufo. ra tha foilu >au> poai,*.ora af traanriirloaalr aauva tianSa. Mi *mim-! '. .MI I vaara f f|>rri*aoa. baa c> laat sari .lad a combination of in*:. • ora nt| -Tiariiic . actI maiotar (o Toalorf i-asar fti i I vitahiT lo maa i.. RUIUU I.I crown old too aoon. Tun u Vi-Taaa. in plaaaaoi i %  iaad 11 liif>:iU> in n lSB ol jour vigour aaS laMl> rwctor Prorisos Vi-Tofas L'r. N o .,.„ aurivoB %  I I i Yomlbtul Mem Csptivsti Be4ulitt Womtn enrallnr l clanda. and Ihua Urm to rtalora vo-nhfurTia^r and 111*1,1. lo i StlBi I!!!'.?" "•**" • "*• %  ">* uch %  Vl-Tao* at .onw limp m hla Ufa! araaka •o-ar I ban Mnera-bul g SrtffaK! 24-Hour Rnsults _JlHy.WPaQn.ata -!-nun*jir r"fff^,*_"*. d "*eUr upon .nvi .vmu'lat.. laa I *I,J. UWN u ,.„ (ana a .,.,Titniitj. and wrfh— -la-ra find i:m Guaranteed no Ion*: nailing for i |jDiin iw %  — %  % % %  % %  % % %  irpruiiuilnar-aaa !H-ST__?' _?_•. *' %  *? D 0H "*** "d ,ri 1 %  baaa* la aoaw uea u aiaoti uuuculuiu. Rosults Guarontaad So oautandina bare bran i*a raaullt P_f*t*J[ VWM fr,r .^k aoSTrT? iiMluraly oht ( har.ria ogarad uno>r m^ abiolvi* RaiaatM n f .oma1 ^ t „ t t,f„ rll „or „, ^ 1 .1,., ihu amun .naranu* c*l VITM rrora your rhpmiit i.-day, _N tar yoaiarif ir>a %  % %  atrou ink* an liucri.t In th pl'Murca u 1,1 \fr Dalora And If lot any rNM| you do not 111tbat Vl-Taba n cn.ii, !" gi th l-n innaa tba .mail cat. rotrrt* Wura ina rointy pack.*at^d Ihp full nurct-uw v.-Tob. trom ^TdamS w0*| nw taaiauiaa prowcu uu To Rasfora Manhood. VifaJMy IIMMIIrl < AltrKIS Bfam n. i>> 7y, n. and iv„ n kg %  |i Saw J.IAOIII ;>| |.\ IIOIJLS 6It wida All vt'ry ifiiMinalilf in Prici'. I.IIMililfWI.KI. 10 A .. rtvatf. s Strtja< III Ml I" f ~(-.l IBM T-M IK-lriHi1 Colvin rordo nf Horse Hill St .iMlfd his • 11 reluinu.k p'd .it his fsti %  fOTO him instructions on July 1 and h la father's land but on Pair 7 a##ffrftttttf>>a> e.e;e T II E F 0 R D t jAJIIulU: aosanaaaoai Saves You Money iVlodern lino and comlbrtable inlehor, a powrrful '10' engine, all-round precisioa rnginecrin^ — yet (he Anglia au lea than any other car of iu clan. It ii azini(ly ihrifiy on petrol and oil. AM id life (lie Anglia is backed by the une Can Supply You With Uw Following CHICKEN CASSEROLES OVAL aquMia OCTOGONAL DEEP OVAI. P1F. HOASTINCi DISHF.S 1IAKINU ,. KNT1IKE (Dp & Shallow) (DMP 4 Shallow) ROUND PIK T1ISHF GRAVY lid MEAT PLATTERS too Numerous I PAY A VISIT TO OUR SELf-SEIIVlCE DEPAK1 VEST The Barbados Hardware Co., Ltd. No.. 33 & it Swan Street. (The House for '".argains) Phone 2189 or •



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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1 BARBADOS ADVOCATE COUNCIL CONCUR WITH GOVERNORS PROPOSAL FOR TEMPORARY COLONIAL SECRETARY House Disagree PAGE FIVE that one ioinl he should Km the ueitleei of the Colonial Sis the rn l onul B knew tint th. ASMSHU: Colonial) Mentor? Mr. Campbell going to be promoted, hut they dirt not think ot selecting Ml THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL vestordav adopted the sen d ';"' ">_ U" 1 ""** reply of the Select Committee appointed by them to conJf^ ££ i".^ stder the secondment of a pnnctpal officer from the Colonial it ni a Olacraocful display of r.egOffice to act as Colonial Secretary of Barbados until the llfence on their pan. arrival of the substantive holder of the office. „.*"• w A •'"••'•"I The reply drafted by the Select outside would have to be passed 2^222'L. ,' %  A.""^"'"'" Committee liist expressed to the bv the House 'he Government member (01 St. Thomas was Governor its regret that it „.d hid wiselv y^bmitted the ,Ttter ""' p 7' ur d %  > <* nwnonelte not been found convenient in nil !" "'."'y ubmitted the mailer in x f, r a ,„„ raa „ er WM „,„. .101 oeen louiia comcniem to nil f or lne i r consideration. cerned He was not Mren>rl . done on similar occasions ,„ the ^t^ff^ %££& %„? SoXnave oxpec,,. "In the circumstances the wced ,hal rvtr >' a\*enuc should ** "cling leader nf the GovernLegislative Council arc of the bc ex P lore d in giving local Junior ment. he would have voiuured opinion that ihe offer made by Mclals >n the Civil Service the * mc explanation of the reasons, the Secretary ot State should he opportunity to serve in such in & .. ,ar M he wa aware wr the accepted." the reply concluded, lotions. w" d .T 8 n C" u"?*" 1 l0 -. ,h llonble Dr. II "' those olrkials who felt that gretted sincerely that after so certain local Ci\il Servants should many years of running their own fill only What amazed him was that ih„ Message was before the House with the approval of members of the House who sat on the Ex ecuI tive. They were told that one of the reasons for the proposed | Concert it Council Tonight fO-SIGHT at 8.1S at th. 1 will 01 sjgfBse gaffiSHI ££?£ He wouJdaSSre members o( the P< ^' 0n . Colonial fflcp ** hond PCouncT hi the S.^eTcommitteJ Tb WOrk had i""* 1 "^, but the ence of local conditions and pVobhad nideredf hid !" u£ Mture .Sl thc *** remained the lems and should be of more laststance" surrounding the maUer. !" m *. There * >> r '"" "• mg benefit to the island and he was convinced that it locally who could perform the would be impossible, without work adequately. There was an seriously disrupting the efficient % %  * Colonial Secretary who. working of the Department, not no was l old. could not act because to second someone to do that tern'here would then be two Assistant porary work In the Colonial SecreColonial Secretaryships vacant, tary's office. He believed, and it was bruited Hon'ble G. D. L. Pile seconded around in the Civil Service that the motion for adoption of the certain imported officials and ad%*J.D.Chi.r said that *** -' the Committee had no doubt gone fully into the difficulties of the situation, and they had that there was little else to do but to agree with the suggestion made In the Governor's Message. "I would like to put on record," Mr. Chandler said, "that I cannot understand thc policy of the Colonial Office in thc delay they habitually make in filling a post, although they must know well in advance that it will be vacant." The Governor's Message pointthat while certain Civil Servants ues oi me artKjTSS t in "** recommended M B E • lnc Y could not rise to the ISZ^TZS top ranks of the administration. The Committee was told thai there was difficulty in filling two such vacancies, but he wondered what was wrong with men like Mr. Hinds and Mr. Rocheford In the Service. Why Mr. Crawford said that the inconsistency of the Government party was astonishing. It was they who were claiming that the country was ripe for ministerial status and other political advancement to the point at which they could conduct their own affairs. They themselves wanted to become ministers of the Government. Certainly if they had reached that stage. It was of greater advantage and "more lasting benefit" to the colony if a local officer be appointed to act in the post and acquire the necessary expeniiKc If as they hoped, they were going on to self-government, of, what use to the colony would be nil: "LONG AMI UKUT •( motor %hlp < arlbbee which arrived here yesterday. At ihe left of the picture Is Denni* Knowles. 'lus Ini'hr, %  ', 22-year-old of Antiiua. •Inches" Draws a Crowd ///. Antiguan is Pet of "Caribbee" MOTOR SHIP "Caribbee", as It sailed to its berth in ^ %  jlSr??., %  ?, '&**~*i* the Careenage yesterday, brought a surprise lor run;, which Hocked around. "A little, tit %  ;. described by some pepole. was on board. Dennlf Knowles. bettei known Inches; i M..,: %  i Mrs of laughter from the, i. ins first appearance %  II l|> 1 r,| ||i.,.(-, r. Brit. JUncil. "WakMltld "* concert of recorded I ti sic devoted lo the works Brahms and TchalkovM I he programme is ;— rmival Ovmun-anta,, l.nation, on a item. „, „., an Hl.t,,.:, Sonas Brahma. vtura. Homra a, Jull.t-rchaifcov.k> Admission free. A F1BE of unknown origin B. t "*J oul *' CoHer Gulh rrLiS*"* ^ n Monda >• tro>ed a house belong. Ilralhwaite. A piano which was in the house was also burnt. "THE mure BAND under *Capt. C. E. liaison will concert at St. Stephen on Thursda>. April 13. bMbi The proceeds will lum h funds 'pill III AM, n RAINEALL "_"• recorded in DtaMcl "n" M. I homas from Monday up to B.30 a.m. nn Tuesday. Thll ru. otiMi •I "A" 15 ,.art<: -If .£. ,r" h f '• I In HpHMown Uwr. vim 16 puru Four Hoads 28 ul rts. Bel i :tl parts .in,, Crab Hill. SI <-r in th,' (V hortly ift''i niid-dav. rjOI-rHlN OITSIDE' was the !" f I I I 'ard in mnn\ Uondai night when a big catch of l< was nu i,ien. They iairu-,1 :,„ %  :;-h %  round u a lorrv. CI'IHIRA M'SSELI.. ..~ !_*'. r *.. * r, y. 5 l I, "Porleo her eiital of rnday, beginium A.II W Mis> Mr K. Silver •,.: be taken with an BATTERY Just lltrriwrl • A LOVELY ASSORTMENT OF EASTER EGGS lv : C CARLTON BROWN I WhouMjal. Retai' Druqgisl 136 Roebuck St Dial 2811 YOU GET -XTRA POWER Mr. Bishop to that office temporarily. If it was felt that Mr. Barton jd out. Mr Chandler said, that Mr. could ftot act what then did thov .?„,„.,„, Perowne had been appointed lothlnk of a man „„,. Mr j w „ """""*" another post. Mr Perowne had chQ „„.., —„„ ,„„,,„ „„ h „ r „„. !" n %  ,. 'hed by the Colonial Ofnce ofrV eM. obviously, the correct position to U adopted was to give the and experience to a local .. was sheer inconsistency left Barbados In December, and It Sn? the S.I* ^m, f .h.' ?•"" SS25 " a h ^ P "' "' l he must have been known for some ?. nt ""L nc ' m T ,0 ln 5 Government lo adopt any other time that Hon'ble Mr. Campbell Co 10 """ Secretary to art and course was also due for leave and probaPromote a Junior to obtain exW hat Benefit ? bly promotion. nerienre or set a suitable loca! It was not In his province to "man from outside the Service The party responsible for the criticiie the wording of a Message lo art. introduction of Government affairs from ihi> Mi>ad nf the Admimsln,— ln ,n llouse *cre telling them at lioT but 1 sSmed to him that it Th€rc •" onc t""" 1 ,hcv ,hat s "<'' th UK nl M wouWn.ve^hls'uua^nmich ^ouW. howevci, ,!,,. The should ,ome down and work ,n more plainly it instead of saying oolitical position as It rtsojl was the Secretariat and with the exthat the secondment of the officer cliBerent from lhal which obt.vn("" gained would be of some from the Colonial Office would be ed when men Ufca Ojp*. Reed nad "'"'"> 'J c !" lony. of benellt to the Colony, it had acted. The Colonial P—rete— was He thought that it was the other hat it would be of lastln the unfortunate position under "">' roun d"t" 1 ? n ol c !r 1 r om lng benefit td the Colonial Office, present conditions of being chief ,' l ";' oca bran cn of the Civil berThat would have been more spokesman for Ihe Government v 'c who was given the actin accurate. Thc Council adopted thc Reply. UV THE HOUSE in 'he Other Place a. a „me when TSXZVS&* Labour Party was in power. of some The Hou*e of Aaaembly yesterday adopted the Report ol UM SMd A,hcr Place Committee appointed to con and prepare a draft reply to the Governor's Message No. 12/1050 regarding proposals for th" secondment of a Principal Officer from the Colonial Office until the arrival of the substantive holder of thc office. The Committee in their report Mr. Crawford said that there They therefore had to choose a was not a sulgle p^, m he ad person who could put the Govministration of the colony from ernment's point of view adequatethat of Governor back down that ly and sympathetically in the could not be tilled by a local man or Weal Indian. That to his mind presented the As the honourable senior mem(.r,vc-rrmu'nt with the greatest ber for the City had said, they had difficulty in filling thc appoint%  '" Assistant Secretary in the perment He and the Committee * ft Mr. Barton. If for some felt, however, that the Head of re^on or other he could not be the Administration could overPromoted as Colonial Secretary, it NOW tlic difficulty without going outside the colon v. Leg. Council Tribute Sir John Hutson The L-> %  Resolution of condolence to members of the family of the |u Sir John Hutson Kt, O.B.I., V I) who WM a member of the Council for 24 years, including two years as Speakers on the Resolution '• tlc D. G. Leaoock "Inches" legs from nl| (President), Hon'ble J. D. Chand: ler tad Hfin'hle Dr. H. G. Mas"PP* 1 bodv ab*:wV'2ft Bint. siah. opod chest and s LBg before hoad wlOi 'pill Moi'Ok GAB X.It74, He (Old 'I"Aiivo. .ilt" yCS* I %  M li W VIMIV %  i n and i nlere|.. inl teii ambled ?"W_ of Potash manure $47.88 stolen, i \ARNI I \ rOBNSOM l'i Land, Black i InvoTvsjd %  : landing about 4 teet and approxU of weight, WHS and WM with his trip. i.i trousers and a i Iplng as ling to the onlookers what bl knees touching UM ground when ha woavad to ]ab) Vou ou uic rXIDI banerisslnyotif dm iracMn and other iitt.luitKil Kiuipmcni i XIDI Batteriti gf4 m aoaati Ifoiin. tea nosalcal performance • %  it in tad fai nut THI LONG UM BATTERY! DsswSaWt Bitttnei fsr tl Vtinl cil began, said Sir John had been 10 them. Sir John had had i \.i> trigfa sanaa of dutv which ha had fully performed mambai ol the Council and while he had been its PrcaioV H..... .j that they would all ay, He begged to move 1h r da r„|, |: uler E Irrlume Noirllj J/e r-wter ttf In (il M l/. J/6. 3/. Ic 3/3 • '" in Milk Ju, ,,J/1 KaMar K„ ,„ Su IIOHl j,, ru.ii, taaia, ; „ wllh Kubbrr ll.ll 5/e 1 aatar i Uak m, 1 MMhl* Km e/RO 01 it tmom IVINUOW <• %  ).ur ~u.pl, To-dar from BRUCE WIVrilERIIEAD LID. iir. ld si ii,. (14d ejuaai seemed to be picking up a UghteJ cigarette nrT the ground with hit lips without bending his legs. 1 lumba Ihlnki "inchi news of i I sir John a K d "dloe. Ho calls him his Hutson, Kt.. O.BE.. V.D who rhl ''' **" Ht ,,r was a member of this Council *•*•*! hun lo l>onunica and will imbers ol Uw m uch dignity a* anybody else? and it was not unlikely that 11 IM only a They had to let it be known that WM feil that Cfr tam despatches nd certain information should not was the duty of the head of the Administration to go to the other branches of the service, not necesMr f. f>. % %  Mill tEl sau that n h administrative branch, Si tnl&l of thMr^fflSri hewuaUloutounderrtandho*but perhaps the Judicial-v and the transier ol ine two omcers Government could nilempt to -nd Bn „fflr#r from th^ri mentioned in the Governor sMesbrlng Hown sucn mcasure „ e ^^ ^'[^ X 1 ^ ttnd sage would seriously weaken the ,„ not understand anv Governwh £ ^^H ne C olonv would Secretariat. m ent coming to the House and derive by bringing down an offi The House, however could not honestly exoccting them even to ccr from ne colonial Office to All concur with the proposals conarnre with it. He was quite sure this temporary acting appoimtalned in thc Governor's Message, (hut members would not allow any me „t p He also wanted to know as they felt that suitable arrangemessi-ae to come before the Hou w hat more information the Coloments could be made whereby an which could he taken ns n snae It n j a | Office could ""*nt about Barofficer of the Civil Service could was but a snare at the Civil EsbadOs when they had the Governbe appointed to act during this tablishment and £ie people of Baror cn t h c spot in addition to the period. bados. Colonial Secretary and Assistants After all the money they had wno were Englishmen as well as Mr. F. L. Waleoti tL). a ntamoer Bpcnt on education, were they to several other experts in thc Caribof tne committee, put in a auuurs t an( i down? Were they to believe bean. ay Hcport stating mat ne uiu not t h a t because the Acting Colonial Apparently in the opinion of the agree with tne Heport ot UM Secretary was leaving that they head of the Administration and beivci Committee. had no one about the island capIhe Colonial Office, there was no He saia tne honourable mema ble of acting. locul ""to* 1 who should be probcrs would realise intt me quMone Member had mentioned mot d l <> flU w PO" 1 Tn SecreUon came down irom UM uuv Mr j. w B chenerv. but there ,Hr i?, WM regarded qutte rightly enunetu w U.i tne approval ol UM we ,e others. Could anyone look S 0 *^H?d'uM ml oAhJ 1 id* meinberi ol the BMCUttve Comupon Mr. H. A. Vaughn and think S^S TStween the 'thJ'v^ews of X >h.t he was not possessed with as Sov Cr ?or u ndT me ^"rnmem Select Conuniltec. fornlality, howew. .1...1 ht would (hey had men in Barbados whjust formally move the passing ol could Ull 'he office with dignity be allowed to come within the it. and integrity. He knew of nobody knowledge of a Barbadian official Mr. R. G. Mapp (I.) -id tht who could nil the post with that The position should remain exthe Junior Member for St. Jamas ''egree or dignity and integrity as clusively in the hands of imported had been tne senior memoer 01 me Mr Chenery 01 Mr. Vaughn. offlciaU. Coiiinmtee, but he seemed unIndecent It was the duty of the 24 elected willing to make a lead off and he f ^ v rtim -! l Y^hw ..... members of the House who claimtVwi, h . 5^^5T^ < iiSsaiJ? SLSi^t.f^ Sir'^^.-lSsr iSJSS-SS member for St. Pr lhat the ,„ ,uch a manner WM .1 becatue I ' i to ladTmira mailer wu only an adminUIrathe men to b. condl to serve „,SU to run the "unlr. ^ Uve onc, but it involved matters as Colonial Sccrela-y were men ot n WM ^j th,| r duty lo make il of principle, wllh which he woulcolour lhat such a mm of event. qult c |.„ |„ u,. Colonial Office deal later on In his speech. was being taken. j^, thcv were nol ou u £ nd, M" lo .",5 ll,l >L He oftlciai could be found to do Ihe on the spot He had every reason i~* f $* %  "'S- %" work ffis-at a ^.D.D.o^ncs-id.i.ii ihe'n at a lecture or any other seemed a very delightful pastime place would know. as they were followmn up the It did not matter how fsr in old POUCJ of UM British People •England they sought, they could the policy they had been DUIMUni •Carcel) biing anybody of such for some three hundrci integrity or intelligence. There n. 4 things going on in When they were told thl amounts which occurred in thc the Colonial Office which were Government had good intentioiu appointment of an official from keeping the people of the colony for the people of the West Indies in economic strangulation. the real tenor of the intentions He wondered what the people were quite evident. '" t^f" ?"D '[** , er L colo f l w Anyone who knew anything of an Z.t 1^*1 .L ba J ,0B ,hc coIon y administrative set-up i tteen leading in Educathat one could only lean that in 1950 there was no one in Hut thc island capable to set as Coloil Seen the Civil Service who advised the Head of ttie Administration on such matters had so M.VMI in the mattei In hand. It was not a matter that had to be sent to thc House, but since the passage money and other W hafsOnTodav Heftftioii tour I ( <,nodal U.M a.m. Pelire Band al Harrison Cetlece. rod of term < •uurert al 2.W p.m. Football at Qren Park at SM p m. BaakK Ball at Harrison ('•liege at S.M p.m. Mobile Clneasa. Apes Hill Plantstlon Vard. St. Junes a4 7.M p.m itaer which party was in power, the poll' Government to the West Indlei •n would ever remain the same. XV !" V \ th The West lnd.. u Id have to be kept to be an outlet for i ^werede^H m m e '• tured %  ood P'I H SttL* ,p, r ons and daughter, coulu lino but he could not give a Sent vote "l **!?** T?i! b ck f J ,orw,rd on the matter. He supported the ~ t *" XBCl lh y """^ to ** the message and thought *> Oa page I. for IwacrtiT-four (rears including nt. They desire to axpri '(embers of his family their condole! sympatih) totathai wtth then high appreciation of his outstandin services to the Island Mr. ( hanuirr notion io. concurrence, in doing %  id he did not | say much. He had had the lng in the Council : Sir John. and at his retirement bt the opportunity o( teUIng him in high npmio. I a round trip with him "iDChM' %  I pp e r of th t-Cartbl i %  %  ; Monday, between nveri I %  ington v %  %  %  ihe donkey was injured, I'll! MOIOK It) B, MI; 1 %  %  M'ol New la D %  ('hutch and rid v tmn Hill Lain on the ... %  .pOMMANDEI IUXON ..i V>l Worthing. Christ Church reported tin pistol valued $M -t ammunition between Januar> 15 and March. sV.V. n ."A%V.V.V. r -Vp 2,000 Bags Of Rice Arrive From B.G. A shipment of 2,000 bags of they held of him. So it was quite ice IO '" Hnlish I %  for linn to say much neix yesterday by the 74-tOn today, schoo There might bc other members n tn 1S consigned to the Schoonwho had* rfot had served directly cr Owners' Asso.lohn .md who might Thc "Frances W. Smith*' DM like to add something to Hie a ' brought 900 bags of i lemarks that had been made. Ho charcoal. 254 pieces of sawn would therefore only second th.i greenheart. 100 wallaba posts and motion 10 tons of firewood. I>r. Masalah asked The perm Fr n Trinidad, the Phyllis The Reel Play Field I I the President to add Mark arnved with 50 drum, unction f OTMMJI %  bi and grapefruit wl Ui colony," Dr, Lvusewives (or th< raoiing MMCI Masslah said I think that anyone hslidays. who BtudMo the life and work of Tlve Phyllis Mark" and the •>eople like Sir John can come 'o "V 1. Eunicia" are also COOIfnad to the Schooner Owner.' vork, integrity and steadfastness Aisociation. in -Inly will hrlng their n %  vhen the time arrives. oeople who .ire following on in this country would bear this in mind. wi. (to look .in satis%  s-.ood .n their pMOl %  Equipment For Seawell Sugar Attitude Will Not Help -CUMMINS In a few My* all the dirt will hive beet, retnovM. from the en tfre strip oX the SOjweUj 2.8i>o ret i i*se has bean i nfor the uist 1.MO feet. v al of the charterer' vcssji "Car*M" last week bouught begvy equipment, in eluding a large rock crushinr plant which was erected over the week-, nd and i* DOW in operation leka M well as 4 i king at Ih\ II aid th-t uy was that n every \\ • i-/ r? a i ..r issue, as Z,Y hlf \>SUIllt 011 s gf/ irea A fine of 2J7to be It wa* attitude of J Mr E. A McLeod yestei well knou territories and thc United Kingdom. Assize Diary WI I'M BDA1 \IKII. %  MJ vaJpTMai Carlisle l>dln. Fresh for your Pets ! mm \w iiiow PliKINA RABBIT 11I0H h Jason Jones & Cc, Lid. 1 ib.tr ihuiors. "SPALDINGS" TENNIS RACQUETS AND TABLE-TENNIS BATS & BALLS ARE THE CHOICE OF CHAMPIONS ice Cream in Packages—to tufahome £*/ ( ll'illll Tiniiii.uv,. Boh i„„„i JN h ls i„.,„||,.,| .„, iNtvaMla, .,,„„,., „, tm 1IIMIU ,, r j(llllK rr HI mm,m Inttlratj mlatfi Ire Cream can now l w lakin %  wy by purchawn. la I il • -2Hc. I'nii Btw) l ie. HOME I'liol). ITS DEPARTMENT CAVE SIIKPHKKI) & CO., LTD. 10, 11, 12 & 13 MOAO SIREtt.



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^r WICDNT.sn.AY. APRIL HAItlliDOS ADVOCATE PACE CLASSIFIED ADS. I O ST FWI D ra/?/?£ roc/7VD GUILTY IN MEMORIAM FOR RENT .rothn : IN MOI-DtK Ml .. in, IN* rpMf ere. i-i trial's don by Thee • I* rimtmttrd t>v lii mlsri %  I Mt. Mr aid < %  Austin Ford*. 14SO K In rvrr loving* memory of our dear lUttl -THAKFR who departed thi. life on April p..i iihr grgrra m %  .'iii.ii .-RC u laid Deer are the inemone* that never shall UK Sweet it the hope thai again we .hall inert Ki,r*lin together at MW fret Da CoMa and Vivirnne 'children'. Harold Ai.frll V lUCSJ St raker arai...children.. Harold SHaker .hi.*bai.d> I 4 W— In. In ay MR dear hiaabeno and (ethri HCNVUl.lt A OXLEY. who Oil asleep on April Sth. ItM %  Small. Mi. I.Ka U c. Mi. Mildrrd Jordan I daughter" •. Lionel. St CUlr, Ashtnn, rniaerald. Cvrtl. Alphonsa. Al%  Irrd. Evana (F.CS.t, Ivan mnn, M, grandchildren and 3 great-grand. S'JO—In. I rtOUSF*BOOMH Iwlroems. Dmlng A DT.ina roan At "Ftanadilf lie/ Street Approved Tenant* 1 4 3-0-311 BLtJI MOUBB-LAICS Street v . %  ruble buaineea Hand With or .'". fi set urea and furniture Contact irrsmedl-tely Ttianl Bra*., Prince William Henry Street. Dial SIM. SI 3 50t f KM RENT. From lit April Upetatn rremlaw No %  Swan Street Suitabirfor Ajrrncv or similar type Contact immediately on PrvSwan Street 31 3 30— t In LOST CAMERA. MINOX -With •bout 3* inchaa of ohMn and leather loop with button on (lad Osmera about jloni >tr 1-!--• inward if returned in Manasar. Mam* Hotel 4 SO— In >ne 14 Karat Gold Tie Pin to Hold head I.ot between %  "*> Finder will be amply rewarded C I Archer. WSO-li. with Elk I**>-IT Pt*,TT:.TM HING with Diamond artting on GoH Course Road. Reward UO 00. on returning lo Mr. Victor Ooddard S4M— In HfNGALOW. alao FUt. faeirj .-,, road. Hastinc*, furnished from Mav All ccanforta. Icnglish Iwth. -rh r.<. • bower", telephone., verandahptane IM 31 3 Ml t FOR SALE OrTICEOn* I kfj iVpot M-rluH Street Apr, Sanitary ljundry Co TH am 31 3 H—t I. For men only tond lor"" On Sea. Comfort Si 1 food Telephone MM HOrSK—SILVER BAVD8 HOUSE Silver Sand.. Chrvi <'h .rch. MO 00 month. Brad.h.iw A C p,Q R,ot 10ft ina order iJ.OOB. Bradahaw & Cornpany. ,„,. ,,„;,,,, particular*. 4 4 SO—In. j VAN—1MI (June) Fordton 10 cwt |~ l-fht Van mllamaT* under 9.000. owner uriven In good condition, for viewing apply: Ralph A Beard %  Auction roomi. rfaVdwood Alley. 1 a m. to 11 noon O..,K 4 4 so—in. • from pac i far as the evidence was concenthappened. The next night lhc> M they did not have to worr> went back to the land al about about -intent" because thr iue57.45. They branched cut .n diftion o( self-defence was not ferent directions Ten minute? raised in the case, latei he saw Spooner coming from He further submitted that the the direction where the foddev defendants were there for a lawhad been cut from the land. ful purpose. They received in Spooner had a bag on his head. structions from the Police and He rushed out and Spooner threw, were on The look out for a man tr-f bag at him and ran away They caught that man and had ) Spooner stumbled and fell and him under arrest, awaiting ttv while he (Spooner) was on the arrival of the PoUc*.*. He said ground he attempted to arrest that there cannot be any doubt 1 All Vanguard, practically new. in perfect condition. Recently checked over at Coventry Work* Only none 3000 miles Absolute bargain at 13.150. On virw t t Chelae* Garage or phone 4*33 MJt—Si PI 111 11 torn 1 LIVESTOCK %  [ rCTRlfAL Lir.KTINO PLANT '>!"• DC Li.tet Generator Lighting Plant 1 K.W. IK Volts Petrol driven Apply E. K. D tltnkson. Belvedere Plantation. St JVter RADIOS — Two Ecko ftattery Radio|faw. -wlllns >a second hand. La ah ley • limited. Pr Wm. Mrnry St 1 4 SO—In —lUlhcraftrr S , Amateur Receiver Five In atocfc: *13fl 00 Cnsh Ttmia cam be arranged l*hle*"s Limited. Pr Win. Henry St MISCELLANEOUS %  1 1 GALVANISE SHEETS In 14 and 20 gauge 6ft. Oft. Slna. 8ft. and Oft. lengths also mild steel plaiea 1/18. I I '. i 16 and S'l In various .Ixes Enquire Auto Tyre Company. TTafalgaStreet. (iALVANtSK PTP1S Sr FlTtNOS. Slie ... ',. irsrh. I',. I's. J. > l >. 3. 4 inc. -qmrr Auto Tyr* Co.. Trafalgar 5 %  one 3H 'S 3 I ( 11 GALVANISED P1PF lintF II..H-..-' Two-inch galvanlaad pipe. <• to IIJ or foot. A. BARNBi at CO.. LTD MJ t.f.l CAMERAKodok Renea 3 3 Ani.tigmat I*ns. with rtaah gun attachment and > i iiuw. nark yellow, green nnd red .Itnrs; ar>d Weeton exposure meter Price ISM.O0 or neareet offer. TelepbouII. S NUholls al 3S5. between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. * SO-t.f.lt. NOTICE Re I -Ule of ..]. A SKSENX l>r.sd I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVBN iut !• ro(ia havlna; any deb* or clalma atalns' the Rnate of Samuel A Skeene. deceased i..uc,l Near Race* in the Pariah of St Philip in this Island, who died In thi (•land on lb* 1th day of September It* .,n> requested to send in particular. 1 %  heir clalma duly atleated to the. under Co D. Marane of "Thornbur 1.1. Ch ch. on or before .1 June ISM After whlctt daue I •> P>ocs*od to distribute the aaaeta, of the 11 % % % %  111 among Ihe parlies entitled thereto, having regard only to such i.iimi of which I shail than have had *.ucc and I will iu>( be liable lor ti diaet* or any part thereof wo dKinbute t-> .-any person of whose debt or claim ahall not then have had notice And all person* indebted to the 1 e-latr are requealed to lOtU debtedneaa without delay Dated this Bth day of March It"" J McD SKKENK. y gjnaifl ajNcutoo "i UM MaM "I Seanuel A. SKJ3BNX, docastaed • 3 804n LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE Thii appUialiun of Martin Dooily at Co. Ltd holder ol Liquor License No. 1J of l40 granted to them in respect ol bottom loot of a 3 storey wall building In Palmetto Street. St. Michael, for permission 1* un said Liquor License at a wall 'Kiilding at corner of Doltlna Alley, Spry Dated this 4lh da> of April. 1M0 ro the Police Maglrale. Dlsl "A". iiamd MARTIN DOOHLY A CO.. LTD.. per F. H. LEACH. Applicants !%  voruider-d at a Llcenmng Court to be held at Police Court. Dutncl "A", on Friday Ihe 14th day of April. 1*50 al II D D. MOHRIS. Esq. ii<-a iiuui-iii niat "a" Barbados Youth Movement Sunday next being Easter Sunday the EaeeuUVl I Tru Baibados Movooaoal wishes one and all a .nt and merry Easter. REV L BRUCE-CLARKE. Ldfftl President and Founder, ill V .r H GHANT L.Th Direiloi and Chaplain MRS OI^A nROWNE. %  • U# in Bpatad your Easter Holiday at SILVER WATERS Silver Sands For reservation Dial 4462 ask (or MRS. WHARTON Eczema Itch Killed in 7 Minutes %  ''-" % .< oilier '. %  %  i-a and la %  r. attrac*e..k. or money %  Niaoaarm ir move Ihe real cause of akli I ItMaxmni 1 njnoderm fr. yo Nixjder For SJria Troul> '£2S '•" |I >' earned by obtaining order* for prtvaae Christ mat Carat fron our friend* No previous esperier. 'ii r aasary. Write today for beautiful fre* sample Book to Britain's Unreal anc uemoei Publlahan; highest comraUnlon Uoua money making opportunity AN ANNOUNCEMENT I am SUM thai you wlU be glad 'o know that I have added to my business a rent collecUiur. deparuTietit with JII rrncMnt staff and am quite ready W collect all your rents nl a small chaige ..f Hf D-ARCY A. SCOTT. MasAilne Lane 3.4 50—Jn NOTICE Above la ihe Photograph of the REV. A. R. HROMt approved and appointed by the Elders—Council as Collecting Officer lo receive Subscription., I "Vr-lokens. and (lifts. ..n behalf of The New Testament (Hiurch I God. 'Religious Assembly! in Barbados MAKE YOUR CHOICE while! we have them I A DELUXE TABLE MODEL Green Enamel Uai Hotpiate with J Ikuling Burners and 1 GnU Burner coniplete w.th pan (43.00 A UTILITY SILVER GREY Enamel Gaa Hotplate with 1 BoUnig Burners 1 of which is a reversible Grill complete wllh pan IM 44 Call and see theni At Your Gas Showroom that the four defendants were there for a lawful purpose and cannot be held as accessories neither did they aid nor abet. Many Blow.* He said that Spooner had spoken of receiving so many blows on his back but medical him Spooner made an attempt i< sub him with a knife but Charles Forde then came up and he struck Spooner a few blows with a ittCK To Mr. Recce: Spooner was laying on Ids face when the police came. Only Charlie had 1 stick. It was an ordinary walncnt stick. Seventy-live holes of (SUM evidence did not corroborate thi: fodder were removed from mj statement. He submitted thai father's land. Spooner had alleged multipl Also giving evidence on his own blows only to involve the four behalf. Prince Forde. brother M defendants. Spooner had said Colvin and Charlie, said that they that all five had sticks while on were watching their father's land the other hand witnessed said on July 2. He heard Colvin say that only Charles Forde was arm"Charles, I have a man." CharU,H W (th a &Uck and ho did not went -n CotVfn*o wit*ne. hut ho deny t hi She did not go. Later Colvin told He told them that if their Arthur Bailey and himself to go -"mds were such, that after havfor the Police. ing heard the evidence they ha' Arthur Bailey, another of the reasonable doubt as to whether accused, corroborated the story of nr no t the four defendants tool Prince Forde. At this siaee the part In this affair, they woul case for the defence closed and have to give the defendants th the Court adjourned for lunch. benefit of the doubt. Counsel's Address He concluded, "you can make On resumption Mr. Walcott no reparation If you ever find v addressed the jury. He told them innocent man guilty because frorr that the indictment was drawn that time, no matter how lenien* under two heads. The first is that ;t judge may be. you have passed the live defendants are charged the verdict on that man and have with causing grievous bodily harm called him a criminal'". on Joseph Spooner with intent to His Honour later summed up malm or disfigure. The second and the Jury, after about 15 mincount is that the same five men utes' deliberation returned their unlawfully and maliciously inverdict. flicted grievous bodily harm on MAIL NOTICES Joseph Spooner with the intent ^ Nl AiL*i wtuch are scheduled t" oe l-hich ittev Will "Be told bv His .loeed ran Friday. 7th and Monday. 10th 1 Thursdjav 6th Honour from whom they will take gat*. *||[ be^-Jo the law He pointed out that the Intent l an essential ingredient in the charge and in such cases suc'i intent was necessary of proof This intent must be proved only by circumstantial evidence He therefore submitted that so %  th at 12 .BBJI 1 .riMAILM for AnUCUsw Nevis and St Kuu by the M.V. C*rrtbbee win I* cloaad At the Oenssral I'D* Once • P-rcel Mail, nasflatarad Mall ordinary Mall at 1.30 Mh April. ISSO TO-DAY" t.OVI lt\MI VI \OIII I I'AHISII or ST. ANDREW Apphcaliona for the vacant post of organist at St. Saviours will be received by the undersigned up to Saturday 1Mb April. Further particulars may be had on application to the Parochial Treasure!. Signed C. A SKINNHI. Veslry Clerk. St. Andrew. 44.60—Sn. NOTICE ROCKIEV GOLF AND COVN'TRV OtsQ Will members please note that th CluT House will be closed on Good Friday April Vih. Any member wi.k Rock. wlUi the land on which isnda. containing: perch %  ntperty of lha late Miss Chariot' Ooaoigi The Bungalow conUin. 1 Urge pn -untn. 1 bidrcB—a. enclosed and ope :.lieeiea. Leva Se ay and Bath F..eri. ight and Otrvernment Water Suppiv For inspection apply to Mr. O^Doi Uanlel. 44 Tudor Street narthar pexUculara and Balanced Animal Feed (Barbados Mixture) Butter—Table: In Tins (Australii.n) Huitti'-Table In Prints Butter—Table: in J lb prints (Holland) (Meadland Brand) Butter—Table: in 5 lb. tins (Nabo Brand) Butter—Table: in 1 lb. tins (Nabo Brand) Fish—Salted .. Flour Rice—All Qualities Pork—Salted : — (a) Neck Bones, Neck Ribs, Finn Bones (b) Feet, Ears. Stomachs BUNGALOW AT NAVY GARDENS Rullt December 1140 Cool quiet locality Stone roofed Everite Verandah. Drawing. Dining and Breakfast Rooms Kitchenette with built in larder and cupboards, toilet and tiled bath. 3 liadiaiam. each wllh large p r e t— g and water, arage. servants' room, toilet, bath. lime. -eakfast and other fruit trees. Iiwn. iid yard* good condition Inspection by appointment only. Archie Clarke Phone tSJO list 4 4 "0—40 (c) Heads (d) Short Ribs. Riblets. Spare Ribs, Finns .. (o) Tails, Snouts. Jowls. Headskins. Scalps, Boneless Head, Bean Pork, Lips (f) Clear, Belly P01 k. Mess Pork. Fatback Pork. Boneless Belly, Butts WHOLESALE PRICE (not more than) $6.12 per 100 lbs. 584.20 per case of 100 lbs. in Mb. tins $40.10 per 50 lbs. in Mb. prints $14,613 per ctn. 24 x A lb. prints $122.76 per ctn. of 100 lbs. in 5 lb. tins $104.16 per ctn. of 80 lbs. in 1 lb. tins $82.80 per 448 lbs. or $21.20 per 112 lbs. or 19 v per lb. in lots of not less than 14 lbs. $7.12 per cotton bag f 100 lbs. $13.56 per bag of 180 lbs. $45.70 per trc. of 350 lbs. or $25.60 per brl of 200 lbs. or 14c. per lb. in lots nf not less than 25 lbs. $52.20 per trc. of 350 lbs. or $29.30 per brl. of 200 lbs. or 16c. per lb. in lots of not less than 25 lbs. $65 20 per trc. of 350 lbs. or $36.70 per brl. of 200 lbs. or 20c. per lb. in lots of not less than 25 lbs. $76 60 per trc. of 350 lbs. or $43.30 per brl r>f 200 lbs. or 24c. per lb. in lots of not lest lun 25 lbs. $82.95 per trc. of 35P lbs. or $4655 per brl of 200 lbs. or 26c. per lb. in lotr of not les* than 25 lbs. $53.95 i4> oil. of 200 lbs. or 30c. per lb. In lots of not less than 25 RETAIL PRICE (not more than) 7c. per lb. 92c. per lb. tin 88c. per 1-lb. print 65c. per | lb. print .1 36 per lb. 11.38 per 1 lb. tin 22c. per lb. 8c. per lb. 7c per plot. '' 18c. per lb. 22c per lb. •6c i i lb. 28c. per lb S.4.50.—2nln huMiig Real rj von „, Relate there' about from whom and frutn where >ou %  --n aM It. D'AMCY A SCOTT <,i Mae>ilne Lana he* it Ii its a plantation with OM acrsM or something for '•mUnf %  in, SO or 10 acres arsd a house itiin.. ..i BMMtktahf house, or a house house with 10 0| and a Ossfcry with cowa. whalevei %  ACOTT can •up-sly It Mnke an peo ^ o w ag m by Dialling 1143. M4S. fc WW>t go lo hire, he will r. '. If It Rasal Eel Annual rosier Holiday %  hall be CLOSED TO m %  I *• from i r.M. Itti R-n %  I D*f lTH. He opening MONDAY ITth I mi M-VYSA.M 4% < . NOTICE Our Cuatomrra and friends are asked lo note that our Pier Head llrpartmrnl (all Branches,) will be rioted to huainrw 0MB Saturday next. Sth liul Oar Broad street Branch and Gaaolene Sales iea*rtmrnt will be open for buairteaa as usual. CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD. REAL ESTATE IMVOS AND BL4DON IJOIIN M. BLADONI FOR SALE Building land, rCntcrprue Road A very well situated block of S acres with water and electricity. ( %  fieri wanted. Abo smaller aec* imn i>f approximately aaasj available. Maxwell Road OSera wanted tor 30.000 so,, ft <1 .'ceilenl flat building land with water and eksrtrtcib IHXON A 'S Real Estate Agents. rwysjn. I'l.ime*. I'hi.iie I44u •DIXON & BLADON" i i -llit\t I .1 Oraeme Hall It o a d. Attr.i. i wo store> home well aal %  assjagat. i jru aora aruund wlUi wide Irontaae. Coral stone walls, asbeslos io.il. flush i>anrlled ii built-in cupboards. There u a Urge lounge and dlnind loom witn galler>. 3 bedI servants rooms, mum for S cans This property may be purchased fully furnished if rrauin-d al g very renaonable ligures. DIXON A BLADON. Real Estate Agents, Auctioneer, and r]..nuii.m. Iluildind, %  "DIXON & BLADON" SAI.ISIU'KY. Qcasa n n (-harming country home standing on Of Uun Hill giving vinrivalled i Uland i .1 i IU iii modem but uwli Joy. Sch. averdene. C M.V Ipana. Sch Blue Noee Mac, Schooner Manuata. Sch. l> i Ziia Womta. Sch Emanuel C Gordon, %h Adalina. Sch Burma D Sch WoruMtUI t \xi rusaUor. ABaiVALS Vhooner Phyllla Mar*. M tona net, Cii-t MrQ/dilkln. from Trmldsd; Aaents: Scl-susser Owners' Aaaorlatlon Scruwner FYarase* W. Smith. 74 tons net Capt Ifasssrll. fron Bntlah Oufdng; Arents S.-hooner Uwnera AaaocUMIon Si-hooner W I,. %  >—!? % %  3S tona net. Capt Joeeph. from DurriiiMa. A|Wit> Schooner Owners' AaBDclaUon M V, Cbrtbbee. 100 tona net. Capt tiumba. from Daacntnu-si; Afent> Schooner Owners' Asaocutim-. urrtEllafNchooner Ptlnceceai Loulaa. 34 ton* net. Cap* Mitchell, for 81. Lucia. Agents Schooner Owner*' Aaaoriation. INDONESIA WlU APPLY DJAKARTA. April s Indonesia will shortly .ipply tor membership in the U.N., according to Dr. I. N. Palar, who has been representing his country ;it Lake Suucccss. Dr. Palar said here to-day thai Russia had assured him i : port Me was nlilv WfSJtisaf IOC the tHit-it inoinent .uul "thi right time is near now." he addw. Dr. Palar alao announced that a first Indonesian diplomatic misA. M. WEBB &f SUKki — IVindi — Sham Both local and foreign Boulht and Sold 155 Roebuck Street. Blown. Dial 3111 llaun — i FOR SAI.I-i HOUSE SPOTS BUILDING SITES Cash or Easy Tflrms From 10c. par Sq. fool up ELECTBIC. BUS and WATER SERVICES AVAILABLE — at — 1 PICKWICK ROAD. KEKSINOS. FRIENDSHIP. Holheraal Turning, 3. THE 1'INE CROSS ROAD. SL 4 WELCHES, now K1NOBTON OABDEN A KINGSTON TERRACE through from Oovrrnment Hill to Kingston Road. St. Michael. Apply : ERNEST D MOTTLEV. (mice. Coleridge SlreeL REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Auctioneer* \ Surveyor* PLANTATIONS 111 IIHIM. 1-hene n> iw Ikf Barbados Mutual Life Assuraiirr Met) llKDIN \KV <.l M Ii Al taomHQ NOTICE Is heieli. that the one Hundred and Ninth Y.n.. ordinary General oj the ill M held at the Society s OfllCC, lleckwith Place, Bradf} lay, 14th Aprt al | u'cloik p in toff UV purpose of — (1) Receiving, DTOQ Directors their Iteport on the transactions of the Society lor the year ended 31st December. HM9. (2) EievtniK Diractora and an AuJitoi currei' c. K. UROWM: relary. lleckwith Place, Hndgetown WANTED — by every motoiiat, a tyre that will treat well and evenly .. .grip the road al all timea ... stand up to all conditions ... resist skidding on wel surfaces... provide safe driving al liifdi speeds.. .maintain its tread pattern lot lie end of its life . always run silently . have a distinctive appearance that w ill harmonise with the modern car. NOTICE We ben to Notify our Friendf and Customers that we will not be open for Business on SATURDAY. 8TH APRIL R. & (. t II.M l.KNOB LTD.. Bgdgaasasns, %  sMgstsea, six MrnV FOUND sion to Russia, under his own leadership, would be formed this week. —Keuter B'DOS CIVIL SERVICE ASSOCIATION NOTICE OF I.IMIAI, MEETINO The annual general meetIng adjourned from 25th February, will resuTie at the Town Hall at 1.30 p.m. on Saturday the 8th April. Additions to original Agenda: <1> To i-lert tweKe delegates to thY NFIiON IADY ItODNEY llth M i] 31m| Mav Stth Ma J'.th Mar ISU A pi fTth Mar 13th Apr am M..' Sth Apr Hth June l*th J U I 5th Api leth NOJtTHBOt'ND Barbados Barbadoi IADY RODNEY IAHY VtlAON IADY HODNEY IADY NELON IADY RODNEY •th Ma\ Sth May ITth Mar "h June lOUi Jun lt*h June ITth June fMh am July Tth Aug STth 3Sth H3.-SubJeci to change without notice, i ban. 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PAGE FOUR BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY, APUl BARBADOS & m'Gffil f.._.— i —• •t*SE?=* iCm.H i m. Brlgiiai W.-din-day. April 5. IS0 Looking Bark THE prorogation t>f the House of Assembly yesterday brings to an end the first Session "f the House elected in December 1948. The elections of that year gave t.> the Barbados Labour Party a majority over any single party and numbers equal to the combined opposition. There has thus been i no necessity for a coalition and although the Government has not possessed an absolute majority it has been able to function with considerable success in the enactment of legislation designed to implement its policy. The number of Barbados Scholarships has been increased; an increase of salaries has been given to members of the Civil 5* I and cost of living bonuses have been abolished; Occupancy Tax which has for so long been the subject of angry controversy has been abolished andthe highly controversial Oil Rights Bill has been placed upon the Statute Book. The life of the House of Assembly has been extended to three years and members of the House and Executive have been given salaries to recompense them for their service*. A Bill making provision for holidays with pay failed to pass the legislative Council, and recommendations for granting financial assistance to the Pottery Industry likewise failed to meet with the approval of the Upper Chamber. The House has passed a Resolution asking that members conducting Government be granted Ministerial ttatut. The .a-hievemi-nt-s in the realm of politics have been reasonable and except for the Bill vesting Oil Rights in the Govenior-in-Executive Committee, have generally met with the approval of public opinion. ft is rather in wliat has no) ben done than in the positive results that criticism may be well-founded. No means to halt the over spiralling cost of IMnfl I been devised; the educational policy t" be adopted both in respect of Secondary and Elementary Schools needs clarification and a bold %  pproajoh -f the present problems are to be overcome. The Reports on Local Government and the Deep Water Hai bour await the approval and implementation of the Legislature. Members of the public await with I Interest the debate OO the Report, of the Standing Closer Association Comrr.i' In the ensuing Session it is imperative that the Government should devote their undi\ ,,rnic prospects i I. In struggling to deal with I tion, no spectacular political triumph may be achieved but Ma Id *'" redound to the benefit ot the people far more than the enaclmen I legislation. Over all there ha of the Imperial Government restrict controlling and harassing the activit. businessmen, perpetuating tin high cost of living and creating discontent and dissatisfaction in Barbadian Ufa It is to the '' tile people demand that attention be paid it the record of then [allure in these matters that u., electorate will judge mail repraai ntativi %  must again seek the people'i lavour. The time has also coma wh.-n members of the ,l "' u *'' ll1 t.,l. Uon Itembera "1 the House of Assembly should case to rant about what they call the three hut year exploitation ol "the loomed classes". that %  s.i unity be fosti 'ban a harpil the peat shortcomings of particulai % %  —an exeicise requiring little political ability. Certain Members are still t prom to inject tin Question of colour Into i in which colour plays no part and its mention can onlj "s' an emotional outburst. It is right ths : """' 1 be vigilant to ensure that discrimination based on colour should have no part in Barbadian life but ..I pK who see ll question tliat occupies tinat* It M •fees ram ""•'"' "" >M I isnii |i —*-*— m aa anas | .,„.stability ...,.i anspartt] H mi foundation on Which all cbc rests Without It the most grandiose KB* the lundard ol Barbauuo. fully low-s reproach le Barbadian* an leaders. Churchill Pleads For !" IN„ !" RY Europe LONDON' Winston Churchill era (oim than I have ever h'?ard him since the war. Readmit the texl of his remarkable speech on foreign affairs does not give thr full measure of its strength. Each .void In every sentence ( %  •ll late place*, with each phrase ihe cmphasis and emotion of that remarke changed to words. It is easy to think Just Your Doctor Free medicine is popular If Britain, there Is no dount of that The Conservatives do not oppose the National Health scheme— ano By David Temple Robert* they would be political i-clsms being made of the effects tit It. The main sphere of Communist the scheme on the way .„ %  • iviK was to be action in unions being treated by the do „and factories. This week that report that makes human suit the austere assembly, the House of foresting reading has Jusi come of Lords, has heard some pungent jut describing the poor state t family In the hung man words on Communism—and paxwhich the overworked to a hos%  w im s %  ii. ••!*. %  > — %  %  • —" he has lost 1KI t.cinn the tmid asKed for sorri* radical measure, to the all-important sense ot responSMS-* the rilent root out Communism. In particular .Iblllly for each Individual patient i ink <>n UbOtU Benches, gathered he thou|ht the BBC l"VGt he .ndeu" Th.?dee2r r n ol British Council), often save Comtor think, of his patient, a. Semot .ouhl re have placed In munUt, chance, to air their view,, many card, in a file At the best ^TlT,^*, There,, not entire asreement with the conscientious man,., barred ronlei Z^HXJS&VZZ STmassrsssmmva £•&££ Sn'osed m a .JCVSJ marred our policy to conquered Germany' Could an old opponent haw bean more gencrou* than Winston Churchill was to dJi Gaulle, the French leader, in friendship between France and tiuotin* his speech on the need for Germany" Struck dumb by the eloquence of the lUottecjat, the war leader nol waR 'he most arrogant of Labour interrupters oulri llnd it place to raise his voice speech. Slowly but with .-. .ng force Churchill he has skllfullv diagnosed and passed on through the stale metlieal meehanism. Not all this is the fault of the Minister of Health <>r Ids seheme. Partly it is uo to the profession of medicine Itself, in this countrv, to restore the status of its "General Practitioners" There is alwavs a tendency for the hiehly qualified expert to raise himself up until he is out of toueh With the rank and flic. The National Health Service has helped on this tendency. Doctors now And that all the great benefits they mounted the full J !" "*J* J£ that it is better to defeat Comwere nromlsed—new building*. r i powerful %  defensive ^ th d ,ecretarial assistance, better equip? *T t SLtt MS^SOT ""derground. But there is agreemart-have been cut down as the "', ^SnE t m ent that care should be taken eort of the scheme mounted But Who could plead bettc^Jan he i(j ^ kmwn c ^ the hoaplia i 9 which have to U fee real understanding and unit. )blajlun k ^ itions According kept up and certainly of purpose, to peace andI war. ^ unW ritten constitution o' nroving. have nrnsprreri re alive to jn r t r G r S; n ,, lh country the holding of opinions 'he "General Practitioner DocFor It was Winston Churchill u ho e*prawion of them i s free tors are, perhaps, the most dis^howed the strength of his purpose ^ lne e *P lon ' 0 "J".' S ".^ ^untied and thssiit.^ed profes!2LSf.j2 £ J=SS? J5 right foVaman iThrn^pSScS -?n in Britain to-.av S^^iff'S^wS Sr^T^S^Si'GSSK No. AnoThor Shake.pe.re ? rt^rV..iT !" ,r "" vocal "uardian of the Uberal 1 doubt, sincerely, whether J ik~...... tradition, suggests that Britain Christopher Frv will ever rank -nearly M yea !" "^JhMe ten ,„„„,,, Ml k %  mod( rat( courJP amonR ",„,. „ rMt nure, of our VL^^.Z.KTl^^r,^. ft£jj£; rttah-tainttaa of the literature who have written for United States and the laxity of the stage But he has one point in France—to its treatment of tno common with the Bard. He ft i!c France stood in hei —nearly ten years ago. Those ten shoul)! s ',, ok InCfl he taok ofJlce seem to have borne but lightly on the resilient statesman. It was i p . '£ al Communists in our midst. In the WTt is verse u to his friends to Mv ,,,.1,.,.,. lu ^^ was made thal lhat is ^ ,„ rP h ,„ Churchill restored from BJoomj communism in the Colonies original and difficult to underh aad lh ll rl l Uaemanated from London and was stand. W: • tre was at 1 s directed from London. The powwork his wtf of writing was brand domination in the neu Parliament ,. rs 0 f Governors to send home new. Christopher Fry also has To those who were fortunate to di;loy ;i | elements who come to a achieved the unti this speech will be a Colony to agitate was being evaded packing theatres in London with memorable occasion. Thcre^has by cunning Communist agitators plays written in verse—and not i>cen no met) moment in our Parwho kept their key men at work what would be called popular JinLf a „ a R-,k„si Hampnt ulnre the war. in Hltle .-ommiHrcs in London and uloc "Venue. fHiserved" with %  ' %  Secretary of Justice of Hungary, lure with discloses lor the first time the real "Iron ( url.nn behind which Soviet Russia is buildinu its mifiht in that Safellite Nation. Few refugees have been able lo escape the terror through this In i curtain, but ElWB them Dr. Pfeiffer | t ;is l< i.riu'cl the full imporl of the recent treason and spy" tricks in Hungary. In 1" 17. Dr. Pfoiftrr was forced to flee to ihe I'niteH Stales with his family. Here, he 's ulini: as one of the leaders of a Demoiriitic "National Council" in exile. Ir ? llr. /.olian Pfeiffer Former IWrreiary Of Juwliee. 11 II 13 -.• %  I.l IS I.OHI enl NEW YORK. The Iron Curtain that divides Hungary fiom the rest of Ihe world actually is a barrier of iron. Reports out of the communist satellite nation today reveal Hungary is surrounded by a tenet of heavy strands of barbed wire— illy charged. Hundreds and thousands of hapless Hun-| gariiins recently seeking to flee from the! lam and oppression of the Soviet> dictatorship, have paid with their| lives in a futile attempt to gain freedom. For this Iron Curtain is heavily patrolled I by special border police, combing the frontier with bloodhounds. Other guards stand duty 'hold "on Czechoslovakia isn't as that which the Soviet maintains Hungary under the puppet dictator. D.V.SCOTT TO-DAY'S SPECIf ft CO.. LTD. at the COLONN Jo LtUII) HNOArOH PINEAPPLE (Le. Tlo,, ,,'" TRINIDAD ORANGE A GRAPg Hit IT JflCE a-a| MM ( [HANSKR (Larrti '*-Sl VM CLEANSER (Small) „ Will Our Customers Please Nate That:— WE WILL IH CLOSED BUSINESS ON SATURDAY APRIL !?>"' r '.: WILKINSON & IIAVNKS CO., LTD., Succi C. S. PITCHER & CO., LTD PHONES 4472. 4687. 4413 llament sii In little committees in London and vies "Venus Observed" with operated in the Colonies at a safe telescope In the middle of t*e 'Treason trials have been held over Com itinisls and 1 onimuniMii It must be admitted that stace is perhaps the most popular Cardinal Mindszenty, and just recently. Since I last nnorted on the the affair of Seretsc Khama naa of Ixindon plays this Easter. And sichh stale df Coniiiuimsiii in ofTered these IgtWtOM an OfKMTI hear UOther (rf Fry's plays, that B little band of Moscow'* tunlty to pray on the minds of he wrote BOOM >ears ago, has now feeblest brood '" EWOpe has coloured people and persuade been elevated to a classic by being % %  i utter them, utterly incorrectly, that played to an audience at low Parliamentary defeat "Tl. Party" MIUl policy is based on colour prices, in I Borough hall in Lonadmilted Parliament WU nol tot ,m'judice. don. Such is fame. i lolonial Police Off leers Train In England I iai II i\eu M k thod Ol 4 riim? Ami Prevention (Our ha ' "' l"" lls could be traced and will visit one of the police schools 1 lit, I960. Mthin live or ten whenthey are trained. Big wheme* are DOW in progress minutes. | Police rorota. During his eighteen years in toe Vi Dirt of the plan twelve aanttad New al to hun H ihe itniisii force—ha joined the Leeward omcers from dlHerent colonies an iytom -f training Alsatian dogs islands Police in 1932—Inspector now in tinCOUntrj uiKlerfOlni an to play their part in police work Huberts has had several thrilling extensive training course at th BO mi be has not had the opporexperiences. On one occasion he tall* famoUi PoUea Coltunily to sec any of these dogs In rtcaptured within two and a half If* Hendon. tion but later in the course he From the W< %  r Claudius Roterls. highoncer ot the 120 strong Dotm I Knl.e H ^ J* r %  appliwl for promotion. If I ise examinations he ,,f lhe Irst W-hl Indian, to be promoted to commissioned rank in the peacelime police force. t, emall aspects of police work. The llrsl four months are devoted o UM-on OKI for the remaining Iha cosonial poUca oO Aiii be %  • con ded i" vutaui city and country police forces for a turning. Already they have ret* ; i and i iking i this tho wiU underfotii tatanm subjecu dealt nii i %  the leoturei One aspect >f poUca work which Is com i I %  I prlnUni people brought in by the | that It Is • S3 ulu be used to great advantage. As part of his ti.< | •rbid. million* Of police : ty in which an' TT3 ^ == *^?' ; tangerous criminal who had broken out of jail. In mi i-lToi t to avoid detection the man had iniseif in ftffitHi clothing and there was great surprise at the police station when luspector Roberts came back bringing in u prisoner wearing a dress. Outstanding among all his recolAmericati business executive Robert A r was sen if need to 15 years' imprisonment—on charges of "spying". To keep the lid oil the slave dictatorship that enforces these trials, Rakosi and his Moscow advisers have picked the officers and troops best suited to their purpose. Along the border, guarding the path to freedom against all who want to escape, BM elite troops of the state police under the command of Gen. Revets, an old Com' who replaced the famous General of the Army George Palfi-Oesterreicher. 1 executed together with the Hungarian Tito.'' Rajk Gen Reveal is a reliable tool of Kakosi and has become famous for his cruel efficiency. Revsz is a newly created general who learned his strategy at the time when he was the leader of a Communist underground group in Nazi occupied Hungary. Gen Renesz now commands 10,000 welltrained and excellently equipped "frontier i i' J %  !"•'" I imammmumtim i BOI.OCNA SAUSAGE p er lb I ; II(;WNYFI.AKE CAKE MIX ? Orange, VamUa, Chocolate and Ginger . per j*g I DOWNYFLAKE CAKE MIX Paniake ', KRAFT CHEESE 12 oz. Mm S LEG HAMS par! { KAIIDOMAH TIPS TEA '.Itipkt i ENGLISH ICING SUGAR 110 ptl { SULTANAS Pr 1 I MIXED PEEL > SALAMI SAUSAGE I I { LITTLEMCXJH SCOTCH WHISKY p er bu I •riiiilil ii THESE NOW FROM STANSFELD. SCOTT & CO.. LTD. INTERNATIONAL ONE bF THE GREATEST NAMES IN THE rAWI INDUSTRY I oil. IJ s II i|lil Hi in... r.,. will aluaja be In danger unleaa It can Improve ronliiiualb li> trainius Its lilltcm lo ue the franchUe liilrllUrntl). la rllmlnale Ihe raakatMf and the aelf'ieeklni politician, and lo co-operate ronalatenU) In promoting a (.ovtiiimenl under which a wrong to the humblest is an affront to all." —Hon. FRANK MURPHY. USA Altomej-General (UW). hunters" m addition to his secret police. The "frontier hunters" are a semi-military (orce which could be added at any lima to ihe ragular army. Their training is supervised by a high Russian olVu ft the notorious MVD, the secret police of the Soviet Union. Most loopholes in the Iron Curtain have lections however was 0M "iishi been closed during the last few months, during the war when with a squad' A great number of land mines were laid in of twelve he prevented a riot thiilnw forests which had previously >g live hundred Frenchmen gfamj Kaat protection to the fugltivvs and llie wateiways leading Ui Auslna mch as the Danube, and the Lake Fertoe are now patrolled by police motor boats. Hungarian circles in Vienna estimate lhat of the thousands who tried to escape toward Austria during the last few months, only about 10 percent reached safety. A recent report said thai a group f 21 Hungarians, including a high HUB ofltcar and his family of three, a Catholic priaat, a young university student and the Countess JuU ; >. only two succeeded in escaping through the Iron having told rhy assistant oAoai Curtain. anything happened to mc' Eight others were killed by an exploding he should take the remainder of | an< j muk am ] )] weta wounded bv bullets :,„V',e,n15p k S ^ P t CC | r,b?e n o< the alarmed "frontier hunters"" Three li wu touch and KO Cor a .-ouplr of the w. unded were ftOM to reach the df ininutfc. but I s\Ktkv to ttasm nearby Austrian town, wh.rc %  •ere brought to a hospital. Russian who iTived in the Leewards from iifiKhbouruig French Islands. This is his story: "The call came through to ihe Police station that live hundred Frenchmen wan causing trouble down in the town. I look a squad of twelve men and marched them down to within forty yards of the mob where 1 halted them. 1 could sec big aUm oC stones had been gathered by thr Frenchmen and I knew it would not require much provocation for serious trouble to begin. alked up to the mob alone nd told them to go back to tli.-n xhi night to 8 hotpitCtl, ^L^oin.'Ll.ie'^'Un'e ' t^ivtr sail v nv-*' s , _. Then Ihe ringleaders lume,. I %  "'-"'' !" pressure ol and the rest foloued. la B* tremelv glad to sec them go so easily." Inspector Roberts is unlikely to run Into any similar trouble wtalh Iv is on course in England. the Russian authoriuea. even thaaa three ibask to Hungary, by the Austrian police None of ihem was ever heard of again. Suil I • 'lay along the Hungarian iron Curtain.—(I.N.S.) QU* MADWS SAY: The Hot** ft k Ki"g ^tork! Hut He Ate Them Dp n To, The Editor. The Advocate, SIR—You comolaiii Ibal Uttls interest is shown In the suggested policy of Confederation That you it ..ii all sorts of subjects except that, Well deal shortly with one .i | that subject—Economy. At present wc have In Barbados a paid House of Assembly, numerous Civil Servants, and a nor. Does the man I street understand that not of all this but on top of all this we are invited to impose the rrgim* of a (.' %  .il and nU redumtjnt staff, very highly paid additional ofllcial members of And wh-t v Barbados ail :iue to ite for ourselves u regards portly Barbadian iulcrests, and have in addition t< a Federal entourage cumbrous impediments. We are told that un initial cxpsjodtture of tiso.ooo i i' the cost does any outthink that our llabilitj will t. it UV n Will ii not resi-inble %  ••van's Healt Ltng, larger contrlbul The coniparisti sratson of Canada and Australia Is Illusory. In those cat) dealing with countries whose individual Provinces arc large and rtant resources and natural wealth Here in thr Wan 111.i. %  and poor communities sonic of whom bsls .igre budnot at all. P %  on. In Barbados JfXi ufafl pioplf r ttat saosi part ,i TnssMig a UrIs il nol wise \J pause and : would be inlnlaceoki cost it* living t h already near the borI we may find ourselves In a ftnancial mess from which the British %  at may or may not cs> SelC-governnMat will aeiuMS feed us nor increase our sugar output, nor find us markets We must not be led a nice sounding word that pleases the ear. Sclf-Government ts the legitimate aim of a I that can afford it We may take it as an ai I d.*petMi>nce :k instead, whs ised to be uau %  %  attad ftdarattan u thus stated— "The enabling ot all the separate islsiads to act togctliei, and speak with one compelling voice." I do not know who is to be compelled by this loud voice. Personally a loud voice savai compels me. But surely these islands do combine and do act together when a qi general Interest arises a clear example now existing. We all pu led together on the sugar question. We put at and agreed plan before th.Ml ish Government, and have J-JI received a sharp rap knuckles, and does anyone doubt that the snub woul l have ban Just as effective and pn if the request had been put for %  taved the expense ol a Federal incubus. to spare would it not be better to spend ii m improving our H rouds (taking corners) the houses of our people, baentai down tat living, financing emigration. I think thai ng of our new homes abroad is tb that calls for It Do our ; I %  will be here in h in 20 years'' All should be put forth in the endeavour to solve this urgent ani dangerous problem, a aeal of ising and %  suggests. and drift inio Ll wiin out cot ;v leading and John think of it. I C. JACKMAN. '// In,,: The Advocate, slit. [ hope that the manage1 .troaaos Electric will do all in their IJcrmit us : two at the ChMnkH te Easter Holi :ay to pa.ss i. ur being able I the cruclilxioir The people also would be delighted l %  %  ... ilisappointed over the <':>eeg for so long. I could be arranged t-ven . DBUBMoV As Agents of International Points, Ltd., (formerly lni Paint & Compositions Co.. Ltd.), our Hardware & Department can ofTer you a wide range of the famous tionai" brandf, nimalr'— RKII KUOFING PAINTS "DonlMjline" Anti-corrosive Pain!—for galvaiiiaol roofs (only I coat required). $7.M per callea• "Propeller" Ready Mixed Oil Paint—for wooden k roofs. M.05 per gallon tin. WALL PAINTS "Logomatt" Flat Oil Paint—for interior walls otv S7.63 per ;al tin. 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PAGE EIGHT 3AKBADOS ADVOCATE \\i DM:-II\V U'RII. ;. | Boxers For Grenada Selected Fifta fans **>nttive coming intercolonial Amateur Hoxini W at Grenada u>if .^elected. In me pre SmubuM weighing "5 lbs drew with his heavier opponent Frank Straker who scaled 82 lbs Clifton Nicholl(130 lb.) outpointed Horace Branch dH iMj NldnUi atwaj i the better man and carried me tighi to hii opponent foi the createi part of the bout. Sam King, the Lightweight champion, weighing 132 lt. K. O'ed his rival Raglan Gitten; who weighed ISO lb* In the first round of their six round bout King who showed a dear upen ority over his rival made short work of huii. CJiUen* had to D taken to Mi corner Hi seemed dizzy M he walked out ol the ring. Victor LoveJl bantam weight champion M22lb<) won on point from Livingstone Bishop in their six round bouL fought game!> and comtight to hi* opponent who gave ground on points Darnley Bowen wclMtrwIeght charm 150 lbs ats< won on points fron Kid !%  > who scaled If." lbs. The c l i n peof u repn Lightw %  Welter welidi* Darnlrv Bower %  Mr P oieree timekeep%  CouiH-ilConciirW ill. Goreraor'flProposa] # I rum page .'i them i %  if tbj ... of then Of 111, upon ;. ir am aaaaafcati eaaM iH arcauM that table and in.tJ.ii moduli in the rfl>< I thai • %  I afHafcinai Should r. H <. Ca—lni 11 the ramarks ol tin LORRY DAMAGED THE BtOti tumr.1 l I whan it bCi. : with the i which %  beln^ .i the M — IW& ii How The Grand National Was Won and Lost TWO HORSES fell, as seen above, a! the Urst Jump a 4 H. 6 in. fence. On.-, ol them was Tommy es ridden by P. O'Co-nor. The field wer m i pread out. At the right Freebooter iKi! h ; first post the winning poet in r victory tha' cost the bookmakers forhU Freebooter won the Gron-1 National Steoplechese by 15 lana+hf. on Saturday, March 25. Below Mrs. Krv.lherton. Freebooter's owner J. Pcwer up. lead' Mounted police escorl the victory Irlo. 'L.n.s: EIXBYS NOT fLYING ; trouble %  1 I'Mll.l FREEBOOTER PASSES THE POST Notre Dame Defeals Spartan 2-0 Notre Dame won 2—0 from Spartan yesterday in a Seeono. %  %  Park. Both goals were m their o i who on Ito'.h loccasic rhev wen scored during the Oral nif Spei I nuinwrs thrills, toucl %  line Rhrfng rr %  res >< %  : i %  They at times held up i out%  k line TinPorwa ei ailed on to quickly found tnemselve s noalie little work. tttach %  %  .. like it would Much uii half i %  p ifoCh Dam But they latter i The : i re \.ir^ Pallet Vmmott %  Daniel. Hew i .ill. Best %  Smrun:— Atkins %  Champion Jockey j Crihpncfi. Dies JO II A'-" 'he world with 118 mounts. end 75 thirds -Reuter. —ERNIESMembers arc rcques'.-d to attend a MEETIM. be held on THURSDAY April Kth Starting at 5.30 p.m. Cold bulTi'i onnsistini; of Fresh Shrimp Cocktails Patt ds The usual rnrkej ft Etan Russian Salad Mince Pies and ... Pip Pip Ch V. Air Travel A very tron durable set of suitCM. M;?f ^ %  ..iisirucied for Mr travel Sisn from 16 i n .^|, JO inche* In Blue and Greer $9.50 516.87 CAVE SHEPHERD &. Co., Ln in. II, 12 n BROAD Mini JANETTA IHthSS SHOP mcMUi DBSMNBII MOUKL DUESSM Oui) l ol ^ kind in Ubcrtf ^tlk^. Libert) I.nuns, u^ Spuilr. IIKI itllni null i ...I%  \\\ -III I'llliili A I'd LTD SHOW: I I Prrfrrt lur i:atrr i) wet: \ r mi I* IIBADOa \( v Mi CLl'B 3 p.m. -'ii :i>u VCKII Jtih. II \i'l!^ I'WMTKR JII.I hiOR4 Ml RTRA Idwlesliri I*. Ball) teai i i %  -3M. I/M##I1#S7 in ih< I \l Xt\U WMOMTj CmCMJLATMOM VOII MHH MLL Ilun i I'l-H \.n,r I ii-niK II II |M \ilv...:il,ih \(U.uale 9 I'nr NAVM Daal J113 ai Najhl m VIEW (ilEST HOI SE HASTING-;. BARBADOS EXCtLLKNT ( I 1SINE FI'LLV STOCKKU BAR RATBft SAM per Day A upward* i IIH lusivt'j Apgag %  In W. S. HOWELL Reeogoige Records i : 5 1 %  houi 3S mil .. i | II of Plnlai feet '1 bu I K. A. T. %  %  I Ru %  The Weather Icl-UAV >un Rlur*: 5.5S u.ui. Sun SrU: i. Ill n u. >lion ll.J-t lluallrr. \IM-II 9. I iihUni: nag am. Iliih Water: i.2S am. B.l§ p.m. IIMIKIHI luinfull (ludrlmtoni 11 liu rrnprmliirF I Mix) M.S %  in r Irmarrnlurr ,Mln.| 1l. dri. I IVHUI Dlncalaa [• turn.} i 13 pin I I |„ N i.i.l VtlMMl II nnlr, prr hour lUrumrlrr in ft.m.l 39.926 IS p m ) 29.948. The Ii \lon Friendly Football isnockttion rO DATf PTZTI His M VI llhfHs ol.I Boj ^Waatanwfi .1 -.1 i^rd'it Hi N Holder ivnrml. 1. I oltx At Ihr rU>. I.i r.. Mr I Rrrrr FIRST AID FOR Australian—Danish Tinned Bj Lovely Sliced Ham by 4 Pound BACON CANADIAN EGGS in) ol Count tot Ihc Hulida \IL1VNF. ARTHURS SPECIAL MM ALLEYJVE till III It A #.. I.U W*>**-*-*'f-''*'' '*•-**•**** OOfl B3.C. KADIO PROGRAMMES Ml DNI MSAI, wall ... %  .. i in. S a ru .-. i . i %  Worahlp, II rt.lh Oirhi't' %  .. tM Dwtcmg. . • l 30 11 i tr, ., n.. NWB, i io i> "i n' %  lain, is v n. I u p.in lXmalii HI The DBI;. SOTVk* Ii u in Mo MIfron. Grand Holel. i p nt. Sli\g MuUc. J 13 p tn X p.rr, II WM.II' %  IS i> m Voter "( tinViolin. t. p m Double Bill. • H p m tnierlude. %  i i. Book* to RaMKl. 1 M %  i tiom Grand Hold. 9pm Tw 910 p.m HoiDf N i p I i> m DomUS P*ert\ 10 p m i 1 it (work. 10.30 p m. Ma1ln<< • '. %  •ii. 10 p m %  ka-Seltzer Suffering from '*£&££? fhi They'll IXt It I ven lime AT hO'.'E ?R-s=u_A RAT LIKE DIAMONDS, HJBBV -ASN'T HAP A CLEAN ONE SINCE CHRISTMAS--. ROQoeRSRTlAKE RX, SURE vo.R WAND"; ARE CLEAN?0NE TOV.'EL SrOuJ3 LAST VCJ A WEEK IT THE WAY VOL! USE THEM \ V0U'DTWiNu.k no Rcnmo, one ifrer I !" 0 ; !" blend of %  rcdieMi -ptcu... *. i J.lv an., removes ihc came of Mia. Ntrr be Kiinoui Raoajei prone io add Nocaaek liisoeuy f i sp *, %  '" rou p**" OT tuuidbjiK, l,.i ceh „ire ii scpa(elv •nu>PJ II Ihcy don'l help you, uien U % high iun c you uw ^^ **"" .; Renniei ,. 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