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April 6
1950.



Thousands

Thousands S

y

Dying:

tarving;

Parents Sell Children

While Floods

ARENTS were to-day reported to be auctioning thei
children, and then committing suicide in some
Central China, where spring floods have wrought hayoe

Wreck China

HONG KONG, April 5

following a famine. With the spring, thaw, swirling tor-

rents were today pouring down mountain sides. forming

one of the worst inundations for many years. They were
again submerging areas, where crops were destroyed in last
autumn’s floods, or raising the levels in places where the

waters never receded.



Van Feclaiad

To Form New
Government
—IN BELGIUM

BRUSSELS, April 5

M. Paul Van Zeeland today
accepted a mission to try vo form
a new cabinet.

M, Van Zeeland was Foreign
Minister in the “Caretaker” Gov-
ernment during the Ministerial
erisis over vhe question of King
Leopold’s return.

A communique from the Royal
Palace stated: “The Prince Regent
has received M. Van Zeeland,
Minister of State, and has charged
him with the missioy of forming
a Government. M Van Zeeland
has accepted.”

M. Van Zeeland, a Social Chris-
tian (Catholic), was Foreign Min-
ister in the outgoing Catholic-
Liberal Coalition.

Professor J. Pirenne, head
King Leopold’s Secretariat
Brussels, unexpectedly left
Belgian capital last nigh*.

Catching the train. he hurried
to see the previsionally exiled
King at the latter’s temporary
home at Pregny, near Geneva,

Before leaving Professor Pirenne
had a long inierview with the
Belgian Gaston Eyskens and the
outgoing Minister of Justice Albert

ilar.

The reason for this late night
onference and Professor Piren-
me’s sudden departure were be-
lieved secret, but, according to
usually well-informed circles here
mew rroposals to solve Belgium's
dynastic dilemma were put for-

ard during the meeting.

—Reuter.

me

of
in
the





Chinese Protest
Against Russian
Infiltration

FORMOSA, April 5

The Chinese Nationalist Gov-
ernmeni’ has protested to the

nited Nations against the pres-
ence of Russian submarines in the
ellow Sea and official military
and civilian fliers and technicians
on the mainland of China, it was
disclosed today.

Mr. George Yeh, Nationalist
Foreign Minister, in a svatement
today said: “We shall propose
again to the United Nations to
Bend a Naval and Air observer to
hina.”

A Chinese Nationalist commu-
mique on Monday claimed that
four or five Soviet planes had
shot down a Nationalist fighter and
Seriously hit a second in an en-
gagement near Shanghai on Sun-
day, —Reuter.



Admiralty Will
Serap Truculent

LONDON, April 5
The British submarine “Tru-
culent” salvaged from the bed of
the Thames Estuary where she
Sank with the loss of 64 lives in
January after collision with a
Swedish vessel, is to be scrapped,
the Admiralty announced to-day.
Motors will be salvaged. The rest
of the vessel will be broken up.
She cost about £350,000 to build





Floods, striking the heart of the
famine region, were bringing new
horrors to the population, thou-
sands of whom have already per-
ished from cold and hunger.
Thousands more are facing star-
vation, and still more thousands
are falling before the ravages of
diseases.

One million Communist soldiers,
peasants and technicians are

; meanwhile racing against time to

rebuild the old dilapidated dykes

along the Yangtse before the
annual early summer flooas. They
are toiling along the waterway

from Shansi, West of Hankow, te
the sea. More workers are re-
building dykes along the Yangtse
tributaries, which caused greater
floods last year than the parent
stream.—(Reuter.)



Leave

Bombs to US

WASHINGTON, April 5
American officials are urging
Britain to concentrave her atomié
projects on turning out nuclea¥
engines, leaving bomb making ta

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areas of



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YESTERDAY afternoon at

front of the aircraft which brought them

the Captain of the aircraft G
Knight.

U.S. Draws Closer

To Argentina
WASHINGTON, April 5

United Svates Secretary of State
Dean Acheson said today that the

U.S. was considering suggestions
for extending economic help to
Argentina.

Mr. Acheson said it would be
entirely navural for the U.S. to
grant loans to Argentina as a
result of highly encouraging steps,
Weing taken by both Governments
to straighven out their economic
Yelations.

Mr. Acheson pointed out that the
Whole situation between the
United States and Argentina
improving considerably



He said the Argentine Govern- !

ment had taken a series of actions,

was







Seawell,

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the fifty Venezuelan tourists are seen grouped
7 to Barbados for the Easter week-end. Left foreground is
O. Tucker shaking hands with the Venezuelan Vice

together in

Consul Mr. Vernon

30 VENEZUELANS WILL
SPEND EASTER HERE

SHORTLY AFTER 5.15 O'CLOCK yesterday afternoon
a Special Flight of “Avensa Airlines” bringing 50 passengers

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arrived at Seawell.

circled the airport once, then
land.



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which had placed relations be- EVERTON and Spartan meet this
" ited ate ‘cording 44 7 m r . d afternoon in a First Division fix-
= United eg ee < tween the two countries on what ture at Kensington, This game has
reports circulating here today, he called a much more sound aroused great interest in local
The reports followed an ane basis porting circles chiefly because
nouncement yesterday thar’ work | Argentina had problems with a lets ey eniinit ned Waaeten,
. : 7% * j é s tures t ate a . .
as Starting on Britain’s sixth} imber of American companies |} ast’ year's First’ Division and
atomic station. - p pay Tt Knockout Champions, have also
operating in vhe country, The; : tek oe
It is undersiood that, Am rican sttiements have been made by "The teteres will te Mx, 7 Ante
officials Se it clear in discus~ | Argentine Finance Minister, Ram- ridge, at present on holiday from
sions with ritain and Canada “axeaii , as been. i Trinidad and the linesmen will be
; . on A. Cereijo who has been, in ee . "
that they believed the United Washington for the past two Mr. D. Sayers and Mr. F. Edwards,
States was in vhe best strategic weeks.— Reuter.
and production position to con-
tinue to make atomic bombs and

to develop the Hydrogen bomb
Britain, on vhe other hand, was
credited with great ability in the
development of engines. It was
argued that the partnership could

progress best with each member
concentrating major efforts on a
particular field —Reuter

Greece Must
Reform Economy

Acheson Warns

WASHINGTON, April 5

The Secrevary of State Mr, Dean
Acheson. today endorsed warn-
ing by the American Ambassador
in Athens that the Greek Govern-
ment should reform its economy
or face a cut in Marshall Plan aid.

Acheson referred at his weekly
press conference to a letter vo the
Greek Premier, Sophocles Veniz-
elos, sent on March 31 by the
United States Ambassador to
Greece, Henry F. Grady, warning
that effective measures for eco-
nomic rehabilitavion must be
taken quickly if Greece was to
continue receiving Marshall Plan
Aid. —-Reuter.

Keuador Sends
Rice To Israel

HAIFA
Che Israel authoritic » have
expressed deep app ion to
the Government of KX r fox
the quantity of rice grat to Israel
for needy children vhrough the
United Nations International Em-
ergency Fund, notwithstanding
Ecuador’s great need of foodstuffs
following last year’s earthquake
disasver.

pril 5

The rice was sent to Haifa to
the U.N. representative here,
—Reuter,



| EX-U.K. SERGEANT LEADS
INDONESIAN REVOLT
141 Captured; 10 Killed

SEVERAL HUNDRED East Indonesian troops rebelled

today and in a sharp action
the Territorial Indonesian

Lt.-Col. A. J. Mokognita, and 140 of his officers and men.

Macassar is on the western shore of the large Celebes
The rebellion was the climax of
weeks of tension over moves to incorporate East Indonesia

Island, East of Borneo.

into the State of Jogjakarta

Labour Wins
Bye-Election

LONDON, April 5.
won the first bye-elec-
the new Parliament to-

Labour
tion of
night,
all majority to four by retaining
their seat at Neepsend; Sheffield

Solicitor General Sir Frank
Soskice—who lost his seat in the
General Election in another con-
stituency—got back into Parlia-
ment with a comfortable major-
ity of 13,715, he polled 22,080
votes, Conservative — Liberal
Lieutenant Colonel J. P. Hunt got
8,365 and Communist E. L. Moore

729. The Communist lost his de-
posit.
The seat became vacant with

the timely resignation of Colonel
H. Morris.

Labour's actual fighting major-
ity in the House is now tempor-
arily only 3—last night Labour
Member James Glaville was taken
to hospital after an accident.

—Reuter.



TRAFALGAR SQUARE

the one-w y ae e ae “he
area in my —— 7 € xperiment is s ect eae ester¢
off t: © vicinity of the Government cran¢ ,

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MACASSAR, April 5.

shortly before dawn, captured
National Army Commander,

in the Republic of Indonesia.

The Insurgent troops struck by
the light of the sinking full moon,
just an hour before two Dutch
ships were due to land 900 rein-
forcements from the Indonesian
army. They seized control of the
| docks, broadcasting station and
the Nationalist Army barracks.

After his capture Lt.-Colonel
Mokognita was reported to havé
sent a signal to the reinforce-
ment ships telling them not to
; come to Macassar.

Red Devil

| The Insurgent troops are led
by Captain Abdul Azis, a 23-
year old sergeant in the British
first airborne division—the “Red
Devils”.

Azis said afterwards: “We were
forced to take this action to pre-
vent Jogjakarta Republican
Troops coming to Kast Indonesia.

“If they were allowed to come
here in force there would be dis-
orders, We want to prevent that.”

No official casualty list was
) issued, but the latest reliable figure
was 10 killed. All Dutch troops
in the area were confined to
barracks today. Several hours
after the insurrection began the
rebels had been joined by at least
800 Indonesian troops in the
Netherlands Indies Army who
declared they were now part of the
East Indonesian Force. —Reuter,





from Venezuela, to spend the Easter weekend in Barbados.

Out of a cloudy, dull afternoon sky this D.C. 4 aircraft

lowered her under carriage to

Meanwhile a B.W.1. Airways plane on its schedule
flight, had landed while the D.C. 4 was circling.

A_ red flare was immediately

fired, warning the aircraft not to] mation

land as the ship and the airport
wireless station were not in com-
munication with one another. The
Avensa aircraft once more circled
the airport this time flying in a
wider circle, giving passengers
g00d view of the island.

The aircraft, which closely re-
sembles a T.C.A. North Star
landed at 5.25 p.m. and as the
passengers alighted they gat ered
in a group in front of the aircraft
and were met by the Venezuelan
Vice-Consul Mr. Vernon Knight.
He made a short speech in Span-
ish welcoming the visitors and

said:
The Welcome

“En mi capacidad de Vise Consul ad
HHonoren de los Estados Unidos de Vene-
zuela en Barbades, s

Es paxa-miun gran placer eb darje ja
bien venida en nuestra isla al primer
vuelo de una Compania Venezolana.—la
Avensa.

Historia de Aviaciona sido escrita con
lavenida de este avion porque de esta
forma una Compania venezolana a dado
nm paso mas ale que servico aereo re-
specta,

Yo espero que este vuelo sea e) prim-

: Aduncate:
AUSTRALIA HAS FL



NAP Progress
Lamentable

Says Churchill

LONDON, April 5. |
Winston Churchill told Parlia- |
ment today he thought lamen- |
table” that greater progress |
sot been made in forming 1
since the Atlantic Pact was

na
a {roa

signea

He was commenting on a ea
ment by Defence Minister Emanue. |
}Shinwell about the recent meet-
ina of the North Atlantic Defence
Commitiee at the Hague. |

“Ts it not lamentable”,
Churchill asked, “that with al)
| these meetings of great conse-
;quence between the most im-
;portant people in different parts
}Atlanti> Pact was signed?’
|





of the world, so little real
progress should have been made
in making a front and defence in
jthe much more than 12 months
which have the

elasped since

| Shinwell retorted that it was
hot easy to set up an orgenisation
of this kind which comprised 12
countries—some_ very powerful,
some not so powerful, with many |
varied interests.

No one knew better
Churchill—-he had rather a bitter |
experience of what transpired at
the beginning of the last war, Mr
Shinwell added

“I quite agree that substantial
progress sounds like a platitude,
but I hope to dispose of the plati-

than

tude as soon as it is possible to

give to this House and all the}

countries concerned fuller infor-
Shinwell said



U.S. Reducing

Diplomatic Staff
In “Ghetto” Europe

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NEW YORK, April }
S reducing its diplo- |
|

o
The U &
matic staif in all European coun- |
tries ,and reviewing all “personal
policies” in that part of the world,
James Preston, Diplomatic Cor-
respondent of the New York
| Times, said in a despatch from
| Washington voday.
| “Drastic cuts,” he declared, had
been ordered. by the State Depart-

ment in Hungary and Rumania,
and “lesser but still severe” re-
ductions in Poland and Czechos-
lovakia.

These decisions, Preston said
had been taken in Washingvon

mainly as a result of the pressure

ero de una serie de muchos otros lo .
mismo que un servicio regular sea ofre-| Of the various European Govern-
cido en el no lejano futuro por esta} ments concerned

compania.

Para Usted capitan Gillermo Ochoa

Tueker, tripulacion y todos los pasajeros
de este vuelo yo sinceramente les doy la
bien venida a esta bella isla y expreci-
bamente espero que Ustedes pasen
dnolvidable fin de semana, espero que
cuando. lstedes regresen le digan a todos
sus amiges.de los encantos de Barbados,
Â¥ que asi ellos puedad difrutar tambien
de unas vacaciones, en esta.—

En conclucion deseo a todos los de
Avensa toda clase de tripmfo en esta em-
presa y confidencialmefe espero que muy
prontos nos pueda brindar servicio
regular.

Ahora me es grato presentarle al Senor
David Lucie Smith, Director de DaCosta
y Cia Awentes de la Avensa en esta,’

The visitors all applauded, and
as they passed him most of them
shook his hand warmly and
thanked him for his words of wel-
come. —

In his short speech, Mr, Knight
said that he was very pleased to
welcome to Barbados this first
special flight of a Venezuéian air-
line—Avensa, He hoped that this
flight would be the forerunner of
many more, in fact he said, “I trust
that a regular service will soon be
operated by this airline.”

He also hoped that after spend-
ing an enjoyable long weekend
here, that they would return en-
thusiastic about the island as a
holiday resort, and tell all their
friends about the charms of Bar-
bados, and that they in turn would
enjoy a holiday here. :

The crew were Capt. G. Ochoa

un

in

Tucker, Co-Pilot P. Morchain,
Mechanic E. Mares and two
stewardesses A, Mirabal and R

Hansen. R. van den Brandén of
the Avensa Traffic Department
also made the trip, which took
two hours and twenty-eight min-
utes, cruising av a speed of 188
m.p.h,

A Frenchman ;

Co-Pilot P. Morchain had quite

a story to tell. He is a French-

@ On page 7.



Officials in Washington, the
despatch continued, “feel that the
United Svates Ambassadors and
their staffs are being forced to live
in a diplomatic ghetto restricted
in their movements, hampered in
their contac)’ with the life of the
area-—in short, unable to perform
the traditional functions of a
diplomatic mission.”—Reuter.

Mindszenty
Dead? |

VATICAN CITY, April 5
Secret reports received by the
Vatican say that Cardinal Joseph
Mindszenty, 53-year-old Primate
of Hungary, has been transferred
from his Budapest prison to aj
hospital in Slovakia for treat-}
ment of a swelling of the thyroid

A Vatican Prelate, disclosing
this to-day, said that in the hos-
pital the Cardinal had been
found to be suffering also from
angina pectoris and inflammation
of the heart. Commenting on un-
confirmed New York Press re-
ports that the Cardinal was dead, |
the Prelate said it was not im-|
possible he had died in hospital
The Cardinal was sentenced to
life imprisonment 18 months ago
for “treason, espionage and cur-
rency offences”, after one of the

ost sensational court trials in any

ast European history.

Usually well-informed Hungari-
an sources in Vienna say the sug-
gestion that Cardinal Mindszenty
is dead is “unbelievable”. Their

@ On page 7.







OSLOVAKIA WAGES

ALL-OUT ANTL-CATHOLIC WAR;

CZECH
|

PRAGUE, April 5.
Ten Roman Catholic Monks, in-
, cluding two Abbots, were to-day
; Siveh prison sentences ranging
irom hard labour for~-life to two
years’ hard labour at the end of a



five day treason and espionage
trial before the State Court in
Prague.

| The sentences were : Augustin

| Machalka, 49, Abbot of a Mon-

astery in Moravia, 25 years hard







| lfbour;D r. Bohumil Vit Tajovsky,
38, Abbot of a Monastery in
Bohemia, 20 years hard labour;
| Frantisek Silhan, 45, Provincial of
| the Order of Jesuits in Czecho-
lovakia, 25 years hard labour
I Viastilak, Rector of a
The gical Institute near Prague
! ibour for life; Addul Kajpr,
47 t of Prague, 12, years
*nard labour; .Dr. Josef Silvestr



Brato, 51, Dominican Professor of
Theology

in Olomouc, 15 yeoers

Ten Monks Jailed

hard labour; Dr. Jan Josef Urban,
49, Franciscan Monk, 14 years
hard labour; Jan Blesik, 40, Re-
demptionist, Preacher, 10 years
Frantisek Mikulasek, 38, Jesuit
of Prague, § years hard labour.
Stanislav Bartak, 35, Provisor of a
Monastery in Moravia, 2 years.

It was the biggest trial of Roman

Catholic Churchmen yet held in
Czechoslovakia, and gave the
three State Prosecutors the

Opportunity to expound on Czech-
oslovakia's accusations of espion-
age against the Vatican

The prosecution extended the
charges. of anti-State activity to
all Roman Catholic Monastic
Orders Czechoslovaki ;
addition the five Order ep-
resented by the lefendant h
Premonstratensians, the Jesuits,

the Redemptionists, the Francis-
cans and the Dominican

Other Orders named th

Dy

prosecution were the
and the Merciful
University Professor of Interna-
tional Law, called by the State
Prosecutor as a legal expert on the
allegiance of churchmen abroad
to the Vatican, argued that mem-
bers of the Roman _ Catholic
Church, who gave unconditional
obedience to Canonical Law, t
came traitors.
Some of the

Benedictines
Brethren. A





proceedings were
broadcast from the courtroom by
the State controlled radio No}
Communist Western newspaper |
correspondents were allewed in|
court. The accused were defend |
ed by five counsel, but no account|
of their pieadings wa uiblished. |
Three the. defendants by
lajovsk the Frar 1 Urban, |
and the Jesuit Kajpr—were re-|
ported to have made short state-
ments at the end of the trial, but

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Year 55.



YING SAUCERS

| IN BLUE PRINT STAGE

CANBERRA, April 5.

AUSTRALIA has six flying saucers in the blue

print stage, it was learned authoritatively to-
day. The plans for them have been in the Australian
patents office since 1930. Aeronautical specialists
say all the plans embody the same fundamental

Bain sco ann’

N. Atlantie
Treaty Plans
OffThe Boards

LONDON, April 5.
Lord Alexander, former Minis-

ter of Defence, assured the House} St

of Lords to-night that the Brus-
sels and Atlantic Treaty plans had
“certainly

come off the drawing

boards.”
He was replying in a debate on
defence in which Lord De Lisle

(Conservative) had asked whether
Western Union was ready now to
prevent war. Was there an effect-
ive joint policy, he asked. How
soon would these plans reach a
Stage where planning ended and

action began?

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If craft were produced from
them, they would fly well. Draw-
ings wit'n specifications depict tha
craft as a huge inverted saucer
capable of rising vertically and
hovering, or flying horizontally at
a great speed. The first applica-
tion for patent was made by
Charles Edmund Johnson of Ho-
bart, Tasmania. Other: applica-
tions were lodged in vhe following

two years from inventors in
France, Japan, and the United
ates,—Reuter.





/.S. Not Ahead
Of Russia
With H. Bomb

PARIS, April 5
Professor Frederic Joliot-Curie,
French High Commissioner for
Atomic Energy, told the Twelvth

ic “ , > ‘ ie « ,
Lord Alexander said that some |COM8ress of the Communist Party

had
state of

members
about the
pareaness given by
Asher Lee, a former
telligence Officer

queried figures

Russian pre-

British In

In the Government's view, he
said, these figures were not accu-
rate but they might ve described

none-the-less inaccurate
than previous (On
Tuesday Lord Swinton quoted
these figures on the Russian Ai
Force from Commander Asher Lee

less
estimates.”

| as: Production of 400.000 to 500,000

aircraft a year, leaving out some-
thing like 200,000 more which
emerge yearly from the repair fac-
tories First line strength of
15,000 planes)

—Reuter

Atlantie
Ministers
Meet May 15

WASHINGTON. April 5

Secretary of State Dean Acheson
said today thay all the North
Atlantic Powers had ‘now agreed
that their Foreign Ministers
should meei in London about May
15,

Acheson told his Press Confer-
ence that he himself was planning
vo go to London before that date
for discussions with the British
Foreign Secretary, Bevin, and the

French Foreign . Minister, Schu-
man

He said the subject of his talks
with Mr. Bevin and M. Schuman
had not e’ been — sufficiently
worked out in agreement to en-
able him to say anything about it,
but he made it clear thay he ex-
pected to discuss German ques-

tions with the British and French
Foreign Ministers. The United
Svates, he added, was in favour of
immediate steps towards the

that “the United States are cer-
tainly not ahead of Soviet Russia

Commander | @5_ regards the hydrogen bomb”,

Speaking in
Gennevillans, a
Paris, where
ty Bi-enr
fourth da
said, “the
would ne
tory to

the Town Hall of
“Red” suburb of
the Communist Par-
al Congress was in its
Joliot-Curie
itom bombs
necessarily bring. vie-
oever used them first.

Shinwell Defends
Strachey

LONDON
British Defe

Professor



April
Minister Eman-
uel Shinwell, defended the integ-
rity and loyalty of War Minister
John Strachey in the House of
Commons to-day

Government cheers greeted his
statement that if any suggestion
had been made to him abou! Mr
Strachey’s integrity he would have

rice

repudiated it av once.
He was commenting on an
American News Agency report

that Mr. Strachey was to be barred
in Anglo-American exchanges -of
military information,—Reuter

Thief

LET HER GO
MILAN, April 5
Four nuns chased and caught

a woman pickpocket, who robbed
them on a Milan vram-car—then
helped her escape from the angry
crowd, The nuns were travelling

together when the youngest of
them noticed that her purse was
missing, They stopped the vram-

car, and in the confusion a woman
Jumped off and began running
away. The nuns therefore fetched
up their skirts and set off, rosary
beads rattling, in purstite They
caught the vhief and recovered the

bringing of Germany into the in-/ purse but let her get away as the

tegral defence plan.—Reuter

crowa

—Reuter.

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Mr. R
who was
quick suc

Backing the camera
Dept. of Avensa Airlines
other tourists followed in
esses are seen at the top
of the plane.

is

OST tf the Venezuelan tour-
ists ‘who arrived yesterday by
the special. flight of Avensa Air-
lines, webe very interested in
what time the shops in Bridgetowr
n and what time they clcsed
“Why so early as four o’clock
they said “in Caracas they are





| Ae TR EE PEN EI TY TT
{a EERE
calling

Vanden Branden of the Traffic
the first man off the plane. The
scession. Two attractive ‘steward-

of the steps as the tourists leave the door

Intransit
R. S. C. SCOTT, a Jamaican
who for the past nine

months has been attached to the
Staff of the Colonial Developmert

Corporation in Dominica was a
passenger on the “Lady Ro unev”



open untildate in the evening, and Yesterday. He will be staying %t
we want to buy many things.” the Ocean View Hotel until he

Others wanted to visit the sugar leaves by air for Jamaica
factories which they could see
smoking from the plane, and of : \
course most of them wanted With The Army
have a swim in the se? which they
have heard so. much abort from R. CARLOS JOSE FIGUER
their friends who have alread EDO who is in the Ministry
visited here. of Justice in Caracas returned to

° Venezuela on Monday by B.W.1LA

‘“ ” : ) A

Until The Rodney He thoroughly enjoyed his two

Returns weeks tay as a guest of Mr.

BY 11.18 am este Mr i Mrs, Erro! Steele in Aquatic

and Mr D Brewer and Gardens, and spent much of his

their daughter Patricia, and M = with the officers of the

and Mrs. R. P Adams were Barbados Regiment His mother

comfortably settled in the Marine @"¢ Mr. and Mrs Steele who are

Hotel station wagon and leaving ilso from Venezuela will be

the gate of the Baggage War ' remaining in Barbados for a little
house as Carib passed through while longer.

The Brewer re from Fred< Mr. and Mrs, Steele, when they
ericton. New Brunswick vhile leave will be returning to Carac
alee: erties live Montreal, ®2 route to the U.S.A.
where Mr. Adams is nsurance Ret . H
3roker They will all be taying eturning ome
at the Marine until the “Rodney . ss .
calls at reuio two weeks M* JOHN R, NICHOLSON is
time returning to Can: On his return journey to the

U.K. after visit to Dominica
A Day Of It wh he has interests in a
R. and Mrs. W. R. Manny, Plamtation. He arrived yesterday
M ana’ Mr.“cod Wis, With m by the “Lady Rodney”, and is
Demorest af Sarai New Yor! , Staying at the Ocean View Hotel
malts a ole th aR +r ar until he makes air connections to
round trippers’ on the Rodney England
and they were ashore yesterda
for the da )S t I ver ; ’
weeny those Wong’ pankes care __Saniah Column?
lie are 0 popular with Cea will soon be running a
ps he aa lippec ne A Spanish column for our Span
Sa h ela io a poy a a ish friends if this terrific influx of

Ny 1unting 0 axl ie Venezuelan to. whe C e
was easily found) nd they drove fe + EAD } ah \ : ay

Sa een (af t of Seé that Club Morgan is advertis
it! i arec - Gay ing in Spanish, certainly a very
at. good idea

For Thr
hree Months Re-transferred
R. and Mrs. E. F. Correia and

their three daughters arrived

GEORGE E. MOORE, Jr.,

M*



p has

; Hotel, they will be returning on



Where It Comes From
FTER importing molasses
from Barbados for thirty
years, Mr. Harold Cross of C. A.
Cross Inc., in Fitchburg, Mass.,
finally come down to see
where ‘the stuff’ comes from.
Mrs. Cross is with him and they
arrived yesterday by the “Lady
Rodney.”

Keen on golf and swimming
Mr. Cross has heard quite a bit
about our Golf and Yacht Clubs
and hopes to do some of both in
the two weeks that he will be
here.

Staying at the Ocean View

the “Rodney” when she calls here

going Th
Was Acting Manager
R. BRUCE LASHLEY, after
about four and a half months
acting as Manager of the Domini-
ca branch of Cable and Wireless,
returned to Barbados yesterday
on the “Lady Rodney”.

Mr. E. L. Pinard whom he
relieved for long leave spent nis
holiday in Barbados. He return
ed a short while ago and has
now re—assumed his duties.

By The Way
ET Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
Schneider yesterday at the
Information Bureau at the Bag-
gage Warehouse. A_ charming
couple they were waiting for the
launch to take them on board the
“Rodney”. They wanted to meet
the Captain, as they will be
returning to Canada on _ the

return trip of this ship.

From Montreal, Mr. Schneider
has visited Barbados twice before
the war, and this is his third
visit. They are staying at the
Marine Hotel and arrived here
in late 49,

On Long Leave
RRIVING from Dominica
yesterday by the “Lady
“Rodney” en route to London was
Mr. K. O. Deayton another
member of the Barclays Bank
staff in Dominica. He is on four
months’ long leave, and will be
in Barbados until approximately
April 9th, when he will leave for
England via Jamaica by air.

After a Year-and-a-Half

R. A. C, PETERKIN who has
been living in Canada for
over a year and a half has
returned to Barbados. He arriv-
ed yesterday by the “Lady
Rodney” from Antigua.

He was in Antigua for a cou-
ple of weeks staying with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Cockrell, having
arrived there on the “Lady
Nelson” from Canada a_ few
weeks ago.

American Tourists ?

HO should land at the

Baggage Warehouse yester-
cy from the “Lady Rodney” but
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy King,
looking very much like’ two
American tourists at that

It appears that they flew to
Antigua on Sunday and joined
the “Rodney” there, so as to give
them a longer sea voyage
British Guiana where they
intransit,

They will be in British Guiana
for two weeks which is Mrs.
King’s former home and then
return to Barbados by air. Mr.
King is on the Barbados staff cf
Messrs. T. Geddes Grant Ltd.

This Sunday
R. HUMPRHEY WALCOTT
who at present is in U.K.
can be heard over the B.B.C. on
Sunday night at 7.15 o’clock.
The broadcast will take the form
of an interview with Dr. C. B,
Clarke. ' |
Mr. Walcott who is studying
English probation methods, has
just returned to London from
Leeds and Yorkshire.
He is a Barbadian and member
of the staff of the local Probation
Officers '



on Tuesday from B.G. by B.W.1LA son of Mr. and Mrs, G. E
Mr. Correia will be returning in Moore of Ruby, St. Philip, after
two weeks, but the rest of theMearly two years in Dominica yn
family will probably be here forthe staff of Barclays Bank, has
about three months. They are bet e-transferred to Barbados,
staying at Super Mare Guest He arrived yesterday by the
House. Lady Rodney,” ; ,
BY THE WAY »
DON’T suppose the P.E.N. Club mental Station, had had visions
would approve of books being of himself being decorated for
praised, by a beauty specialist, as heroi For a few hours every-
one of the best means of “acquiring body the district knew that he
poise and balance” when worn had overpowered a helicopter and
on the head for an hour every captured — six desperate spies,
morning armed to the teeth. He was
But literary fumfums hould mortified to see Malpractice laugh-
remember that many girls have ing and talking amicably with two
never seen a book until one 18 phewildered old men. “A bit off
placed on their heads by the beau- your course, weren't you?” jested
tificers. And that is the moment Malpractice Strabismus seratch-
for some hog of a critic, disguised ed his hat and smiled in a shy
as a pulchritician, to whisper that »onner Professor Ranger ac
when the cusfomer has finished ai in
with the book she might like to cepted ats a ane arom &
know that it can also be read farmer's wife EAats . MOren

Thus can culture be implanted in
those empty noddles, and a girl be
trained net only to walk like a
snake, bul alse to talk like a pub-
lisher’s nark. Beauty and literature
hand in hand. Bow-wow

The Daynoomong
RNEST FAFNAGE, © night-
watchman at the Experi-




they’d uv giv you in the moon,”
she Said, The vicar was satisfied
that it was the shock of the landing
that had smashed his study
windows, and was soon examining
the derelict rocket

said, “who'd have thought men

could go to the moon in that?”

Nobody would ‘ave thought it
| alae
ite +

of

’ Please Sen

CAFE

CAFE

—a few

THIS
HOTE

“Dear me,” he

“Is that WHITFIELDS

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

BEACHCOMBER

but them,” replied the innkeeper
contemptuously. “A likely story!’
said the thin-lipped chairman of
the Ladies’ Literary Society, who
still suspected espionage. Professor
Ranger started to walk towards
the station. After him, dreamily,
shuffied Dr. Strabismus (Whom
God Preserve) of Utrecht, still
scratching his hat in a perplexed
manner,

Edward G. Robinson
As Chartemagne

I T is no good. It is no good. Ail
the old Hogwaseh stuff about
a film of the Odyssey was obvious-
ly read in Hollywood and taken
seriously. There is really a pros-
pect of the Odyssey being filmed—
and listen to this: “With Clark
Gable as Ulysses.” And now, if
I say that the Aeneid is to follow
with Spencer Tracy as Aeneas and
Jane Russell as Dido. . .

Broad Street?"

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Robichand, Rector of Cape Bald
Roman Catholic Church in New
Brunswick, Canada.
Carib yesterday that so far the
trip was a very fine one and he
was. enjoying it immensely.

here yesterday morning on their

they had visited Nassau, Cuba and





First Holiday Visit

AYING their first holiday visit
to Barbados are Mr.
Mrs. Edward H. Lyall of Tor-

APRIL,







THURSDAY, 6, 1959
BARBADOS ADVOCATE ——<———
EAP ON THIS | Profit or Lost?
£ THE wcient Indian RNOAKES bo it ;
i ¥ s é THERI an ancient Indl cee oN for gap
molt Was Authentic | The [GMP amet |oxrie wich en canis meee fu a
York ses was a joke thought | “A tee EU cute ee on top| Dieakes Hedi an. op ee ater §
." wt oo Lon “2 fashion 200 cubits from a well. ¢ n top ait enue fe 100 | Pportunity t
and up by Lois pry Sp _ of this tree are two monkeys. gel i ; r $1 ) and id so, Ty
aan a aio an on One monkey descends and woes nur ound he ii in’ have .
25th anniversary party in honour ther | satisfactory place to keep jt |

onto, Canada. They first stopped
here in February 1948 as intransit

passengers while making a round works in a dress of 1925 vintag









of the magazine for which she








the | Doakes cffered to buy it back se
@

LONDON The offer was accepted

straight to the well. The o
The ignorance of women in |

; straigh yards from
leaps straight upwards
top and then descends to the weil | $80.

2









* a y ane | n110F nro Jey
trip on one of the Canadian bvats. And every woman at the party ares of the|py the hypotenuse. If both pass How much profit did Doake
i 7 it was the last word from| under-developed areas Of y 3 Td eee nineael ce on the three-way,
7 en patente ee oa - pies oe world is cited by a United Nations|over an equal space, how high ane n th ree—way transae.
pe gene ace aan nie group as one of a — = ce pies ir te know the | UTE a,
ich must be urgently tack It is not necessary to Ww THE | us eqen 04 THUD S901 40 3yomteee
Ocean View Hotel. CROSSWORD = pamphlet issued by the U.N.|difference between a cubit ont | jouueo oH -ciseq 3 uaNOg ey =
Son of the late. Mr. Charles Educational Scientific and Cuttu- | foot to solve it. Can _. ood 8 rae ae pu = te
Lyall of this colony, Mr. Lyall is ral Organization says: lcubit was originally repres bd | Sseyoand TeUIBtO OU) “O6$) Og sna

now Manager of the Ontario
Branch of the Canadian Indemnity
Co.












On Round Trip

AKING a round trip on the
“Lady Rodney” is Rev. D. J.

He told

Heard About Barbados

R. AND Mrs. H. G. Binet of
Hamilton, Ontario arrived

first visit to the island by the
“Lady Rodney.” They said that| \§

was under water from floods.

End Of Term Concert

ARRISON COLLEGE will
break off for its Easter
holidays today, and to mark the
end of term a concert was held in
the school hall yesterday after-
noon. It was the first time in the
long and illustrious history of the
College, that such an event was
staged, and the Police Band ren-
dered some fine music. The Glee
Club of the College, led by Mr.
Millington sponsored the pro-
gramme, and Peter King and
Bentley Storey performed well at
the Piano.

SOLUTION





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AXYDLBAAXR
is LONGFELLOW
One letter simply stands for another. In this example A is used
for the three L's, X for the two O's, ete Single letters, apos-
trophies, the length and formation of the words are all hints.
Each day the code letters are different

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DSM BIFC LVM ULVMAJIG LNIJD
BVMLD DSRWBC., LWF WMBGMUD
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OUT SOME OTHER PERSON'S LOSS—PUBLILIUS SYRUS.









a todos los
Visitantes de Venezuela
Pascua

Especial de
a nuestro

BUFFET FROID
DINAMARQUES

de los Domingos

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 te business

on Saturday 8th instant.



BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON
FACTORY LTD.





























































a
ie easy
Waiter--Where’s the

Toothbrush ?
WELLINGTON. A party: gis
lunched in a mid-city reg
then tipped a brush in water
scrubbed her teeth while q
friend showed her filmy teeth in,
broad smile. They are iUSt thy
dental nursing trainees’ at
| For a year one has to clean.
teeth after every meal and ever,
drink (except water) and the
cleans her teeth twice w of

by asioy © sey SaxYPOq “Furyjon

the length of the forearm,
not only im-|trom the elbow to the end of the |
the health |iongest finger).

betterment









“This ignorance
pedes improvement in
of the people and the
of homes but deprives men of the
companionship of marriage and
future generations of enlighte..cd
motherhood.” ;

The pamphlei, first of a series,
covers literacy campaigns, lan-
guage teaching, the use of films
and radio, library and museum
services and the education of
women and girls.

Advice is also given on the
training of field workers, the pre-
parations of education materials
and administration and finance.

“syiqno
sy sdeot

They’Il just have to Simmer

NEW YORK: It is not going
to be so easy for New Yorkers
to escape their summer heat this
year. Air conditioning, the sys-
tem by which theatres, cinemas,
restaurants, many office buildings,
and even some churches keep
cool will be banned, say . the
v xcept with systems
which tte a water over | Thursdays and Sundays. At
and over again. ‘ end of the period experts will i
Also banned—all lawn sprinkling] pare the results of intensive
and garden hosing. casual oral hygiene.









Ss




Concerning nealiu education,
the pamphlet states that where
disease is accepted passively and















TWO DAYS ONLY: WED. & THURS—5 & 8.30 p.m,











































evil fate or to
a — had Se ae 22 pm monly Sencghed S as tine better a the attitude of the P —— ea Elizabeth
- us they had heard 90). et I) este, cel people might immediately be STANWYCK HEFLIN SCOTT in
much about the island while in| 23 Qhange of changed by curative medicine, al-
Canada. They expect to spend . though what is goed in the “THE STRANGE LOVE OF
about two weeks and are staying} 1. ¥ 8 smumber | cditional beliefs should be MARTHA IVERS
at the Ocean View Hotel. >: ee Cy ee want and-| yeserved Good Friday Sat: COLORADO
Mr. Binet is a retired Executive.| “ nj have. (4-3) Seo walla has effective way of taking the “PASSION PLAY” TERRITORY
, : pre ao power out of cults such as} DIAL 8404 FOR RESERVATION
Swamped Out « Resting, piace for one 0 SF 1 \yoodoo”, the pamphlet savs,|
5. Patois of the Cape Dutch. (4 2 to bring them into the Ss ee =
m satoe Gy that the news &: By paying 7 may eet. thie on aan we ive them a place in | , i ; iF
was received in Barbados that! 4 Overseer in Greece. .'(5) local folk-lore. 1) AQUATIC CLUB C INEMA (Members Only):
all seats had been sold for the] 10 ere’s something unhealthy in Fi —(EN:S.) \ TO-NIGHT (THURSDAY) AT 8.30 qt
first West Indian Cricket match] ,, fn Be ies (8) ROBERT NEWTON «> DENNIS PRICE «> HERBERT LOM
at Worcester, filmgoers saw a} 16. One way the legislator sat. (5) MARCEL DALIO ¢» STANLEY HOLLOWAY i
newsreel at a local cinema showing | }}; Pabuse ‘eloae wn ee ox &, GUY MIDDLETON
Worcester Cricket Ground, but it| 21: To her it provides bacon. (3) in “SNOWBOUND”







and introducing MILA PARELY

A Universal Picture
Seven great Stars in a story so thrilling . . so spectacular 9
. so packed with action that you will love every moment, #

Turistas




de Venezuela

CLUB
MORGAN

Esta abierto para uste-






gives you










des todas las noches

the extra vitality



para Cenar, Bailar y





Entretenerse.

to resist

Especialisados en cenas
de “steak” desde las 8







p.m. en adelante.

Ki oD
Zo
Me LL

EASTER GIFT
Starting Friday











, P Joyously Together ©

in MGM‘s: NEW! Musical



- comes out
in the flavour !

And what goes in ? Why, pure

sugar, wheat, fresh eggs and butter—
together with the experience that
has made Huntley and Palmers famous the
whole world over. So many thrilling
varieties to choose from—lusciously-filled

* Custard Creams ' and ‘ Reading Creams ’,
meltingly-delicious ‘ Shortcake ’, . . all
oven-fresh, sealed in tins and 4 bb, Freshpaks.

\, dancing with /
NC Freat_ 7”
‘me A METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER PICTURE

BILLIE BURKE + GALE ROBBINS + JACQUES
Original Sereen Play by Betty Comden and Adolph Green
Music by Harry Warren Lyrics by Ira Gershwin ’
Musical Numbers Directed by ROBERT ALTON *y 1990
* Directed by CHARLES WATERS
Produced by ARTHUR FREED.

——

’ iM TMENT
OR Cull MANUFACTURERS TO wm, eimG GIORCE we

HUNTLEY & PALMERY

English
BISCUITS

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Republic Double
Roy ROGERS, Dale EVANS



“UNDER NEVADA SKIES”
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WILD BILL ELLIOTT, ALICE
FLEMING

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NO SHOW TO-NIGHT
Good Friday Night Only












“THE PASSION PLAY”











COME EARLY
Starting Sunday at 9.15 p.m,

“PRINCE OF FOXES”

Our OFFICES, HARDWARE and LUMBER








ROXY

NO SHOW TO-NIGHT
Good Friday Night at 7 p.m.

STORES at Bridgetown and Speightstown will

be Closed on SATURDAY, APRIL 8TH and

“THE PASSION PLAY”



will Re-open on TUESDAY, APRIL 11TH.

RANDOLPH SCOTT in






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Starting Sunday at 7.80 p.m,

Customers are requested to arrange theif

OLYMPIC

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Good Friday Night at 7.30 p.m.



THE PASSION PLAY





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Starting Sunday



HOUSE OF STRANGERS





THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1950

THE WORLD GOES

TO ROME





























a .
Farmers Sree
On Foot, By Horse, On Crutehes ge ete Cs ee
t anal Zone are learr mg to use
LONDON the new dial telephone system in-~
ROME, Apri} 5 Mini ricu WU ed in | Panam: sity
. £ Minis of ier ug n Panama City,
: CAmmonecs from all over the world were tod: av gather Willian s ined replacing the long overloade
a ing in this capital of Catholicism for the F Easter climax Dae is sritish a cee aida” Cae ee ee
scnen or oritisl its use § ec efore
; of the Church's Jubilee Holy Year, By sea, by air, ca is -2 | which estimated, will cost’ War IT. were
| on foot, on horse-back, pedalling on bicycles, drawing caris ‘bout $20 million
behind them, on crutches, on motorbikes—the pilgrims wer: In his amual farm price review The ‘new cial system vost the
arriving in Rome today, and making straight for the creat Williams told the H ee, Conkle | dina aad Pane
’ s that incre 2&4 2 mea ud lamé agot anc wer
eter’s Square, where they could rest ai ihe feot o! th mons that incre m gc Da Cath call
t. 1 in the prices id er Company) owners of the sysiem,
giant colonnades ringing the Square before they wet ini miik, fat cattle. fat nd more than $2,000,000. It is made
the Basilica. : pigs, from Apri! 1, 1950 jup of two automatic telerhone
Almost every country in the world, except Eastern Acreage payn armers | #&Xchan 2 rith a capacity for
| Europe, was represented in the vast intermingline o, ae Lee ay iter 1,000
eo 4 > dis ued 4s re c there are about 10,0)
| nationalities, languages, ideas, thoughts, united in the sam ag se Me bé-opieatted,). Goith eke
religion. By far the greatest South Williams said he coul requests for new instal-
American pilgrimage to Rome has sone ale Sees hand:= hela’ ua Be Ghe
}come from Argentina and Brazil. a figure —— net effec ts : fe eld uy ’ t
4 ° | No definite figures have been col- measures. @ agreed that it left work
© Russia Walks [recat many ie a certain sum to be foumd either} Gate now may ie salted avect
, ! travel independently, but it was by the Ministry of Food or cor ly m any telephone in the
| R di estimated that at least 40.000 sumers, Car ane witeh has Haw. ar
ut oO ACUIO (have come to Rome from those | He suid the Treasury hag thepCOP?! 2 Bey Yop SARAG. outs
|ecountries since the beginning of advantage of the removal of the}‘ he a ty P. vag a “City
f the Holy Year. Among small feeding stuffs anid fertili sub- hor Che be : ¥ Hoe th .
on erence ieee ie ee vere, sidies but carried the subsi s for cr , tic + i h re Pa eK
Saster are 336 from Venezuela, a grassland and margil PO. Cp ae tees
FLORENCE, small. party from Paraguay, and Phe achiiuher might have To telephone from Panama City
The Soviet Delegation tonight] a few pilsrims from Peru Larger pa & cinml} ce ae ik ell to a Zone phone, however, sub-
out of the International | parties from Argentina and Brazil ewe er marine =F : ribers must cial the long distance
walked P - Increases in consumer prices .
High Frequency Raido conference|were also expected to arrive in Williams declared, would bef °Perator ar ay ll charge.
held here to work out new wave-| Rome before Good Frida } Hams declared, woul I
length for the world Catholic girls from Ane and questions for the Ministry of Food ne company experts said
peland Hungary, Czechoslo-|# bearded philosopher from Al- The National Farme Union period of line congestion of
bakin sik ‘Albania followed the | Sasce, nuns from the Convent of — the Govern t . bout tw« weeks could be antici-
: : ; . okt Bernardo, England, students - Tr der the fu ited while ,Panama City sub-
‘ t delegation which had pro- Saint B lo, England HIS HOLINESS the consumer to ee ic re full I Cit b
Sovie , from Dublin, and from the Sor- ” impact of increased costs of food riber and especially their
tested against the presence at the : | : : . ) ; ‘ : :
(5; fa deledaiien fb bonne of P: he housewives from production The industry, the iret beeame accustomed to
Se sctealist pre B Nashville, esse and spinsters r ° ° i lunion said, was mal direct I the mrar, besa
ationalis f a from Utrecht in Holland, Profes- W est Indies Ca t contribution to 1 retrench —(IN.S.)
| The Soviet delegate, Sefgei}cors from, Cork University, Eire ; n tve }me the price: tk rea
MeMikhoilov, had submitted ajanq boy. scouts from Belgium— | “1. © | Ritinister o ation! oe
‘emotion calling for = eet all went to swell the stream of | At B.L Fair It Awa }announced, —IN.S. ,
of the Nationalist Chinese dele-/the pilgrims which will overflow ry | B :
hg and inviting a delegation] the Basilica of Saint Peter’s on ‘ ~~ ones d it
itrom Mao Tse Tung’s Communist} Easter Day and flood the square Trinidad, Jamaica . ‘
Zovernment. outside, | i LONDON | 2,000 Communist Panama
A secret vote on the motion Dividing “up the nationalities, | Wi uae There is so much rum in Brivain F
ound the Soviet group in the|Italian journalists have described indwards Exhibit tat It can't even be given away, Teach rs il U K
inority and the Russian and|the German pilgrims as the ‘most = ail | parceding HS enact of Olivier bi ers 1 sae PANAMA CITY
n J ¢ feal? ° ay a rom ¢ snndon Correspondent) rbirio! i ite : > ‘
Teft | methodical” — adhering scrupu- Fe a ae ene Re Ou (London) Limited, a Bone wehistoric siant
Sepastern European delegates Teft r oe : Models of an asphalt pitch lake} frm which has ¢ 7 LONDON, April 4 : ise .
: ; > ograr S. ch has gone into volun- I vround sloths ti ve of clephants
lhe conference immediately. squtaly Ne ‘thir eg es and of an oil reservior will be; tary liquidation Prime Minister Clem¢ Attlee | Bround sloth ize of clephants,
Most pious of the pil- among the new exhibits on the| quication id farliament 4 that the} that moved no ter than present
i grims are the Spaniards, the oa . Sas. ; : told Par lame n today lat ; che be a bput
i ialiats. s They “have | _Jinidad stand in the West Indies | Creditors were cold **at the}Government’s pu of Com-|¢ay | t rbout
e p E j poe Sey, y te . | Section of the British Industries | firm owed £12,446 and there was|munists from the Services| @ mile ay have been
q f} ilLandCosts pind me come = Rome ~ Fair to be held from May 8 to 19,/ a deficiency of £8,576. would be “resolutely pursued.” Ved? v6. Pahan
one sole reagon—to pray an imultaneously in London and the Stocks of rum bought for £3,000 He was replying to Conserv MC nd Pest n
; ig : ze ae oe e . gnt » as replying to ervative 1
| “ . enjoy the emotional purifi- Midlands. A new feature, also} were valued at only £750 because! Sir Waldron Smithers iskec I
750 An Inch cation and sanctity of a pil- from Trinidad, will be charts! of, a fall in rum drinking. him to intensify the ai
grimage to the Eternal City. howing the economic progress After cmalgamating with Metro- | view of the facts, infoi _ Accordi Cha re Wel
It is hard to see the difference | the colony over the last 20 years. politan Wine and Spirit Company | names ne had sent hi Gazi chief of Smithsonians
: ye k pan) n i
By C. V. R, THOMPSON. between American tourists and! They shave been prepared by Mr. | Limived, Which acquired all} Mr, Martin Lindasy ¢sked a} ertebrate Paleontolk
HOUSTON, Texas. | pilgrims, the Italian journalists | Shenfield, the colony’s economic} Kerbiriou stock there was a break Prime Minister thoug! ati ( i olleague, Dt
The price of building land has| said. Both groups act like wag will exhibit in the ra market which brought | fectory that there shou!d be 2.00 Ww
Ss > parts st ists, Jamaica ; e it gypsu down etropolitan, als li 1c } sts emploved eache be r 1ge
one up in some parts of Houston, | tourists : | arte tab ta ee eee po also in liqui- | Communists emp!
il capital of Texas, to £750 an The Jubilee Holy Year has bee 1 | Products for the first time. Her | davior Metropolitan coulda not Mr, Attlee replied that membe 1 rilar
Ach—yes, an inth—of frontage.|outstanding feats of piety—in- | Stand will show the use to which | even pay for the Kerbiriou stock,|of the teaching profession had] My ell hinocer-
yell, at the rate I am going I, credibly long pilgrimages on foot | nen tas on and panels 0 be/ it was stated.—_B.U.P. already laid great sti mn the} ¢ k sod ea til
; io : a 2s ~~ bare- “dq 1 put in the construction of houses. ae +f ; 7
h $ / n inch of|Sometimes bare-footed o ne s} | point that whatever the views, } exi V ‘ tha
ae, fear JEOYERE 38 weighted down by a huge wooden | | yeas a ee Bet "ie | ‘hese did not interfer a parent } ve flowe nee the
: “ pe -h| cross. There have not been any | hibited since 7, will also e| teaching. Retiion, DaLpS
No hotel could charge as mues “unusual pilgrimages.” Most col-| featured by Jamaica. Pe een : ra ore
oo, rae gene its guests} .inful of the journeys across For the oe ine aor e : omi » _ 0.000 10,000 rs ago
eve in the IFeenolG, Europe to Rome is that of the! the war, the Windward Islands} 1 ) ipa
- "7 : : : : Tey Tr . "OD >} , Cley
Ihave one of the cheaper rooms) Gountess Hohenan of Bavaria, {| 27€ sending over fresh cocoa pods | nican Bump Removers nt Go! Vie a rial
praee SER 28 8 day. I who is making the pilgrimage on| from the tree. | eS © a, i : , ( yr. White
If I were staying a month, norse back. Ris a L \
could have a roof-top apartment, need Countess is expected to ar- | Much The Same ounce! Ors Devices that eat eer me toa
library, solarium and all, for|yive in Rome on Easter Eve. Two °¢ ° “Bumps” in airplane e| tbe hed tiger anc
ee oe eer Abadaten. os eat Apart from these features, this | a : | imals that crossed the
£700 & month. As it is all! gpa fea eee aa year’s exhibits from the West | 1 e 1es | being tudied in’ Pari 0 ma.land bridge in. the Plets-
era © Uanerocin. 5 teat Aw iy, , St. P ter’s Square | Mdies will be much the same as| premurtE amkeeer Sr ene migratory period eventually
Oh. there are refinements. Some} tion” leading oa a “tcnel is; iM previous years. The staple The specialists are ating | ke found :
echanical monster in the base-| —if by pe am llers, piles of | Products of the Caribbean will DOMINICA, April 4. {problems created by mae
ent, which the management}cleared o sii Ah ws oe oO Fatimid a all be represented. Sugar, rum, Mrs. J. O. Aird jied last Sat-]and altitudes, especially i er} The bones currently being found
saments me to call “the lower level.”’ re ts ng’ aera | cigars, citrus, bananas, coconuts uney at Roseau Hospital after!ence to jet airliners lave. not. being separated locally
eummelivers my air, cooled or heated|'S bulic ; scious | 24 the rest a short sudden illness, The experts—memb being encased in Plaster
oy o vith a very precious r a ie OO i | re den ; P ’ f :
the climate requires, through a io pilgrim ag votes Luigt| , ree India a hope} Mrs. Aird, was wife of the Hon. International Civil Aviation O1 p and shipped to Washing-
é § E I é a ’ 4 J x2 . . Cc ~ “y ya . ¢ eat . y
which’ to hang curtains. ,| ing towards Rome carrying an iteeria ane Sth Serr eee a a“ ative Cou ee nd Presi the pele Nati al ‘ ilread have been un-
are — > j 7, 2 ee =a a . s sent l ary ol a -is @ the possib : yy nter tin
d there ws dim lights—excep jenormous cake of chocolate and of running last year’s West Indies’ merce, Dominica ] re- ; vba, t 5 t " See ;
1€ a which he has made é “Cis will again c : ‘ ‘ ? Zing t A mu | isplay or the mith-
at two of mine are not working | icing, : le aS AN} Section, will again consent to take vtaihs ariiter of the Wale i amdizing throughot pl for the Smitl
hich go on beside the switches | exact model of St. Peter's Basilica} Chorce.’ No arrangements have i. | EW Whit ny OSL Ie. eee baloon system of i Panama museun
ery time they are turned off, sO} and Square. } yet been made about staff, but) “gig jal the ‘ton augnte =
do not have to fumble in the, He will present the cake to the} {he Gommittee hopes it can obtain | ¢ the l te H sr t Hai y Vie a ENS (I.N.S.)
kk. Ip ope .—Reuter. from West Indians living in | Ww h C4 , * re 1 eSLeROr Ryn ne aes - ey 7
SIX BUTTONS which bring me} sa London the services of at least! ees t Winchest Enel ‘i er ‘ha oe ma
ery radio highlight from Boh} one member of each colony to be | “Eh oan Sa eT en) Sanaeeaanee Res Dares ar ane Pag es ete
awammppe to the chimes of Big Ben.| oO on at the stands, — , ' ben pan. pertea . on mabdles at DES ve a
if I prefer, endless recordings | tt ‘n official of the West Indian |é ooh at the; Anglican ne- : Te
Bsoft a. | Committee told me this week that | tery lhe funeré | We rgery theyre n "PRY and gay to
Still, it is just a bedroom. ie U among the Visitors whom it is|attended by ene ‘ ee and 4 y J _
1 | hoped will come to the Fair are | Brownies with which she associ- / j dina
To eat at my hotel almost calls Pri e p ; 4 tle oh + , ay / WENLV O EK
the West Indian cricketers tour-|ated for many years as the Brown / I ma ey
a eel ae I shi. There} MANCHESTER | ing England this summer + 7
ends to dinner tonigh he The ¥ West Indian Sea h ath ka
ai: olga reas ———— elpS To Keep way.
a Po, for in Texas you | Island cotton has risen three- elp bie ‘ f tt em.
é to bring your own is 1 bale following a barter : "
> pence a Dale € 5 j
bottle. |deal between Egypt and Russia LICENCES NEEDED PRIDE | says ELSIE the BORDEN cow
< his was our menu: Four|under which Russia gets 30,000 LONDON | pe
Sebwns, a small fillet steak (good) |Lles of Eavptian cotton in cx-| Trade an- | WOODFORD GREEN, Es,, Eng. “eo MILK
’ | } ly recent Board of Trade an-| ; : ‘Aage
ench beans (undercooked) frie4 | chang: ' grain bs saan aaa lasses was listed Frantisek Skoumal, a glassware ‘
atoes (overcooked), salad | The Raw Cotton Bulk-Buying pe ee ey gee | ane packer, pleaded guilty to stealing nares’) BERST UN | PREFERENCE THE WORLD OVER
ing baked Alaska (althouch | Commissi has raised at elling | port i from certain countries; Some pieces from his employer aah te = SEE
er using ten matches the waiter | prices fon pe corron bY rock | without restrictions, This com-| His cook was that he was so :
ld not light the brandy that} pence a bale East Indian sor’) modity was included in error and|proud of his work that he we ¢ f re
Pkes it flame). and coffee j Staple is to be from =~ ppenet ® | in consequence individual licences; them home to show his wife. | Na : a
he hill-—£16 Someone worked | fou ur-pence dearer Dk. will still be necessary for the im- was acquitted i | ‘
At out at 7s. 6d. a mouthful. | port of molasses from any country (CP.) .
Y HOTEL, the largest built in | eM A 5
|
erica since the war, and the Musician Pics 4 y
Se xurious, accor 1 re "
q ae cording to we NEW YORK & 4 *
i is calle lz. | bd ; >
erica, Is called the Shamrock. | Kurt Weill, who wrote the mu- )
t does not take long for the | cic for the German version. of ;
wer to er on to the fact that |The Beggars Opera,” has die I
Tr oa motif. tales here, aged 50. Weill studied mu- f
eee ae nena te are green.) sic in Berlin and produced hi
*n dominates the immense | °'° va. Othe’ Dectaanniet’ |
BPPY The Festauranh yw pee, | Gret. opera, 1996. =
dinner, is 1e¢ ©=Emeralc “ eo . borat-
Room. For several years he collabora
. wi y > le ] t
The specially painted oils in its | ed 2 the German Playwrigh
00 rooms all have green in| Brecht. = ial
em. Altogether there are 63 In the United States, Weill
ferent shades of green in the| wrote the music for oe pro
Ww : ; ar ‘tions, including “Lady. in th:
or. Even the exit signs are | ductions, i y
vo instead of red. ‘ Dark,”. | 1é NEW
OU REGISTER in green ink. Rs
id the water in the harp-shaped A
>
imming pool is green-tinted. | 100 Wi 1ves ttac ‘k
lionaire Glenn McCarthy | ; |
it the Shamrock much as we 4D W omen |
buld build a chicken house—Dy



ying out in cash as he went

ST. NAZAIRE, April 5,
ong.

‘ Forty women metal workers had
The total bills their clothes torn, some ripped
arly £8,000.000. \right off, when wives of strikers
For any return on his money | jumped from ambush to-night and

the Shamrock must rent 80 per attacked them in a tough merciless
cent, of its rooms every night free for all. Two special riot
for an average of £6 a room, squads and a large force of ordin-
Mr. McCarthy will not say what lary police Went into action +o

‘ Shamrock has done. rescue the workers,.niany injured,
Is first-year figures give suc! hl from the hundred angry wives.

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7 amps have been served every ae eet port Pto-night
the valets pressed 10.765 after a mass meeting of 1,000
oo striking metal workers and their
More detailed figures would, he families. Strikers wives marched
Ys, be “too much help to our through the grey streets to, a
_. naval construction factory, still
ms Tumour, will not, be | partly working, and asked the
Se et ne Shamrock, for, ldirecto: to receive a delegation.
r all its green, is somewhat in | He said he. would see only three
rm {women ahd then only after the
| others had dispersed from the
é ven | factity gates a a
, 7 | In his statement on is
Ue Commits Suicide \the Hague, Mr. Shinwell said a |
i | various bodies ie
3 . +) + ~ty t €
f iu Prison Cell | Atsntic Trea
: 1 a x t { ‘
if Se a; BERLIN The . ;
hic four year-old Dr, Fr lans coul
: : nieuw ner, pro-Nazi Secretar us i
fe the Prussian Ministry ee seit taady
: ance, has committed suicide “Phere we difficultis
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by George Bilainkin



Thursday, April 6, 1950



Public Service

IT has always been the good fortune of
Barbados to be able to produce men of the
“necessary ability to fill her public offices
“with distinction. This has especially been
the case with the Legislature. In the long
history of her representative institutions
there have been many who have rendered
outstanding service. Among these must
be included the Hon. D. G. Leacock who
now retires from the Presidency of the
Legislative Council.

’

Mr. Leacock like many of his colleagues
in the Council, had served an apprentice-
ship in the House of Assembly. It was
no doubt this experience which made his
contributions to the work of the Council
more valuable and he was able to counsel
his younger colleagues against decisions
which might at times weigh against the
reputation of that body for sane and un-
biassed discussions of public issues. His
knowledge of business, not only in Barba-
dos but as it affected other West Indian
colonies led to his selection to represent
the West Indies at the Ottawa Trade Con-
ference and his intimate knowledge of the
sugar industry to his appointment as
representative of Barbados on the Colonial!
Advisory Panel at the International Sugar
Conference in 1937. But these are merely
the sidelights of the long continued service
which Mr. Leacock has never hesitated to
give to this country.

The time for a panegyric has fortunately
not yet come but at the end of a period
of service such as Mr. Leacock has ren-
dered in the Council it is fitting that there
should be public acknowledgment.

From his knowledge garnered over a
period of years in business and other inter-
ests in this island Mr. Leacock was able to
make a worthwhile contribution to the
conduct of public affairs. As President of
the Council he succeeded a long line of
illustrious men whose names are bound up
with the history of Barbados during the
last half century and whose work cannot
easily be forgotten. Sir William Chandler
who was President for 15 years until 1928
was unique in that he served on the
Judiciary as well as in the Legislature; he
was succeeded by Sir John Randall Phil-
lips, the most popular and respected mem-
ber of the medical profession in this island.
Then followed a period of service by Sir
John Hutson and by Mr. Clifford Thorne,
who was an outstanding member of both
branches of the Legislature and an unyield-
ing champion of the cause of the sugar
industry in this island, To add to this
tradition Mr. Leacock brought his peculiai
contribution : an unsurpassed knowledge
of commerce, and a deep knowledge and
understanding of human nature, not only
in Barbados, but in a larger world outside,
His work as a member of the Executive
Council has most effective
though unobtrusive. In this function he
has been able to make a truly great con
tribution to the orderly government ana
the political progress of Barbados. Mr.
Leacock, who is just as likely to set Bar-
badian problems against similar problems
in Puerto Rico or even against a particular
problem as far afield as Scandinavia or the
United Kingdom, is refreshingly free from
that unpleasant urgent clamant charactet
and

also been

which is exemplified too frequently today
in all climbing societies

His deep and genuine simplicity of char-
acter, his religious faith, have, coupled with
his wide experience of the world outside
Barbados, given the people of this island
a statesman of true worth. His retirement
will be a loss to the community. But
privacy is a small return of thanks which
this island owes him in such great measure.

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honour Mr. Leacock with any honours,
whether a Knighthood or other distinction,
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Author and Correspondent among the Diplomatic Corps in Condon

LONDON’S most select and
officially pampered guests—you
know them by the black and white
CD which gives distinction and
privilege to their cars—have twice
been challenged in the past seven
days.

Once, in a report that the Gov-
ernment is considering a plan
to confine Iron Curtain diplomats
to a 30-mile ring around London's
Court of St. James's.

And, again, in a question in the
House of Commons. This suggested
that since London’s CD cars had
increased from 294 in 1939 to 780
by last ygar, the whole question of
privilege needed looking into,

Who are the 780, what do they
get out of their privileges, and
what is life like inside this
exclusive circle?

Since the Russians are most
closely concerned by the threat-
ened cut in privileges, let us
examine the headquarters of
Stalin’s men in London.

For them, life centres on Har-
rington House, No. 13, Kensington
Palace-gardens, which atom spy
Dr. Emil Klaus Fuchs is reported
to have visited.

Stalin’s There

THIS grey, forbidding building
looks like a Cromwellian fortress.
The private road where it stands
has uniformed guardians, and is
known as ‘Millionaires’ Row.” It
includes the embassies of France,

Nepal, Iraq, Norway, and the
legation of Syria.

The visitor to No. 13 climbs
worn stone steps, and when he
has rung the bell, is examined
through a panel by _ English-

speaking commissionaires brought
here from Russia

Inside, the large lounge is
solemnly gay with flowers in
enormous bowls, with dark settees,
with many easy chairs. A portrait
in oils of the man of steel, Stalin,
in top boots, dominates the room.

The lounge—roofed by 63 im-







posing glass panels—leads to the
tidy study of Ambassador Georgi
Zarobin, a wide-chested man,
tall, with thick eyebrows. This
once-starving orphan is now in
1, returned, he says, on
“personal business.”
He left Moscow at 13, and out

of his 15 roubles monthly spent
five on evening classes in a second-
ary school. In 1918, at the age of

18, he was in the Red Army as a

technical officer

He came here in 1946, after being

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principal of a_ section of the
Narkomindel (Russia’s Foreign
Office) and envoy in Canada

He fishes a little, reads
biographies, but not, he assured
}me coldly a few days ago, “your
study of Tito.”

Facing Mr. Zarobin’s garden is



‘They Face A Period Of Tribulation In The Wilderness’

What Will Become Of The

| Tories Now ?

WHAT has happened to the
Tories? The Socialists should com-
mand only a bare majority in the
Commons, but their position grows
stronger every day

On the first vote of censure the
Socialist majority was 14, a few
days later it had risen to 25, and
jon the snap division last week,
j forced by the Tories, the majority
had jumped to 48

The trouble with the Tories is
that they are a party divided
They have often spoken of the

divisions in the Liberal Party, but
their own condition is far worse
than anything which the Liberals
have experienced in this Parlia-
ment

Always Divided

SOME of them want to march
against the Government on every
possible occasion

Others do not want to march
at all

Some of them want to put the
Government out as soon as possi-
ble

Others want to keep the Social-
ists in office for two years so that
Mr. Attlee and his colleagues,
having sown the wind, may reap
the whirlwind



The Tories are equally divided
on the case of Seretse Khama. The
Liberals wish to move a vote of
censure on the Government's mis-
handling of this sorry affair. The
Tories will not co-operate.

Yet they condemn the Liberals
with scorn and contumely if the
Liberals refuse to co-operate with
them in their own votes of censure

The Tories do not believe in

——————

the sun loggia, the dining room.
A staircase sweeps to the square
gallery above.

Here are the offices for senior
diplomatists, the private flat for
the Ambassador, and his library.
Kitchens, lesser dining-rooms,

garages, are below stairs, close to



famous _air-raid
shelter, where former U.S.
Ambassador Joseph Kennedy
badly bumped his forehead by
forgetting the low ceiling.

About 60 Soviet men (and their
wives) enjoy diplomatic privileges
in London, and occupy several
mansions in the same road.

Mr. Maisky’s

Comparison

HOW does this compare with
the diplomatic missions of the
U.S.A., in their “little America”
in Grosvenor-square? The United
States has about 260 on the
official list entitled to full diploma-
tic favours.

The total number employed in
the U.S. embassy is nearer 1,000,
all entitled to limited privileges.

Many of these Americans are
working here for the U.S. armed

forces and the Marshall aid
delegations.
They have taken to parking

their cars in double lines, present-
ing the passer-by with the finest
crop of CD labels in London.

Another touch exclusive to the
Americans is the “Shop,” where
fresh meat (expensive) and all
varieties.of ix.ported U.S. delica-
cies in tins are available unration-
ed to the staff.

What of the smaller nations?
Haiti, the romantic Negro republic,
has five privileged persons in
London. One of them, Mlle. Giselle
Duvigneaud — daughter of a
French-speaking ex-editor who
left prison to become Minister
here—is named as the “beautiful
brunette” of the diplomatic colony.

Contrasts

THE Bulgarians have four to
five people here entitled to diplo-

iby Charles Wintour

mutual co-operation. They only
believe in unilateral co-operation.

Then some of the Tories are
opposed to the practice of mixed
marriages, but they wish to make
a stand for the principle that the
Empire is all-embracing.

Others see every reason for
mixed marriages, Dut no reason at
all for the marriage of a native
chief with a white woman.

But the fundamental weakness
of the Tory Party to-day, a weak-
ness that only time can heal, is
the division between the rich and
well-born section of the party and



Teday’s Thoughts

“No evil that is due to wide-
spread economic causes can be
cured by private philanthropy.
the sufferings and hardships
of the people can thus be
ameliorated, but national
effort on constructive lines is
needed to cure the diseases of
the body politic.”

—Sir PERCY ALDEN,



“To produce a next genera-
tion of wider rather than
higher intelligence,. .. . and
more capable of independent
thought, no subjects of a
school curriculum are more
impo: t than these ‘three;
handicrafts, mathematics, and
poetry. These are the germ-
inal subjects — the keys to
every art and science.”

—A. ROMNEY GREEN.

In “Contemporary Review”

matic privileges, the Poles 26 and
sometimes 27 (including a woman
as first secretary), Panamani
ans seven, the Yu vs 23 (in-
cluding two women on the diplo-
matic staff).

All together in Belgrave-square
stand the embassies of Spain,
Saudi-Arabia, Mexico, the Argen-
tine, and, at No. 1, the legation
of Rumania.

Bearded, splendidly robed in
long flowing silks, Saudi-Arabia’s
Sheik Hafiz Wahba has an unusual
distinction for a diplomat. He was
sentenced to prison by the deputies
of King George V. in the Kaiser
war and was decorated at Buck-
ingham Palace by King George
VI. with the K.C.V.O.

The most striking contrast in
neighbours? Near the Russians is
the nome of Mme. Rene Massigli,
the much-publicised French Am-
bassadress. Her adventures in
fashion and lavish entertaining
give more than one woman’s share
of gaiéty and brilliance to the
diplomatic colony.

Medals. Stars...

THOSE, then, are some of the}
people—medalled, ribboned, and|
starred—who dominate a corps of {
60 ambassadors, ministers and}
high commissioners in London,
who in the news pages appear to
step from a succession of flawlessly
served courses in one dining room
to another.

Outside wait the liveried
chauffeurs, whose normal beat is
from one piece of inviolable
foreign territory to another.

The enviable CD plate on their
-ars offers more than a salute
from the police. It means that
their masters do not pay a tax
on the car or buy a licence for it;
they are not summoned for major
or minor indiscretions.

Petrol ... Food

THE envoys—but not lesser fish
in the Diplomatic Corps—carry a
splendid metal disc to show to any

inquir‘ng policeman; they also
carry a generous allotment of
petrol coupons, issued by the

Foreign Office. There are extra
food rations, too, for the Corps
Diplomatique.

In their vast mansions, they live
in a world dominated by gilt
tables at which are served the
world’s best wines and spirits (at
prices free of tax or duty for senior
diplomatists), and cigars of quality
which they alone have sampled
since 1939.

To all this—and to the burdens
of diplomacy in a touchy world—
the letters CD are the passport

L.E.S.

the new professional members who
have sprung up to challenge them,
making politics their career and
enjoying no other means of sup-
port.

Last Fighting Men

45 Mr. wh. 2.
revealed recently’ in one of his
penetrating columns of political
comment, some of these men are
even criticising Churchill, their old
war-horse, the basis for all their
fortunes, whose prestige and
aggressiveness alone collected the
formidable mass of Tory votes at
the last election. Churchill, wit)
the sole exception of Oliver
Lyttelton, seems to be the only
fighting man left on the Tory
Front Bench. He and Lyttelton are
the Fighting Pair.

And some foolish Tories would
like to put him out to pasture.

' The Tory Future

WHAT will become of the
Tories now? All these divisions,
difference and _procrastinations
will bring them down in the esti-
mation of the people. They will
lose stature and with it lose their
hopes of affice.

So they face a period of tribula-
tion in the wilderness. There they
must learn afresh the basic tenets
of their faith. They must learn,
too, the virtues of unity and the
evils of dissension.

Above all, they must learn to
bid farewell to fear. A party that
is afraid of its future will never
have more than a past.

WORLD COPYRIGHT RESERVED
L.E.S.

Cummings

|

in A World Of Gilt Chairs, Brilliant Women The Clue In That Kremlin

Banquet

By Sefion Delmer
Far Is The Far East ...?.

WHAT a good thing it is that coffee is not
rationed in Britain, “For there is no more soporific
job than reading Russian newspapers and monitor-
ing reports of the Soviet radio.

If they had not had plenty of coffee to keep
them awake and lively, the backroom boys who
comb through both for portents of Soviet intentions
might ezsily have missed a certain Kremlin “court
sircular.” It was the one (it has just reached
London) which followed the banquet given by
Stalin for the Chinese Communist boss Mao Tse-
tung, in honour of the signing of the new Soviet-
Chinese alliance.

More easily still might have been missed the
highly significant tit-bits the circular contained
about the Ambassador and the Deputy Commissar.

Painstakingly and dutifully our backroom boys
scanned the list of guests in the Kremlin commun-
ique.

There, lo and behold, they found that the Deputy
Commissar of the Manchurian Regional Adminis-
tration had been given precedence over Mao Tse-
tung’s Ambassador in Moscow. |

THEY'RE STICKLERS

IT is not difficult to imagine the anger of the,
Chinese at this deliberate slap in their in-any-case
hypersensitive faces.

Deliberate it must have been. For in matters of
precedence the Kremlin egalitarians are sticklers
for the strictest protocol. In the art of separating
the V.I.P. from the V.I.P. Indeed they beat
even the Lords of Louis XIV’s bedchamber.

By giving priority over the accredited Ambas-
sador of the Chinese Government to a man who is
(1) only the official of a provincial authority
allegedly suberdinate to the Chinese Central Gov-
ernment, and (2) not even the head of that author-
ity but its deputy head, the Russians were un-
doubtedly staging a minor, but not the less very
important, political demonstration.

I believe that in this incident we have a vital
clue to the new Soviet policy in the Far East,
hitherto kept as secret as the secret clauses otf
Stalin’s treaty with Mao Tse-tung. It is good that
we should know what it is. For although that policy
aims immediately at the men and women of Mos-
cow, Peking, and Harbin its effects will be felt
equally in Manchester, Peckham and Hudders-
field.

As I see it, this Russian snub to the Chinese
Ambassador means two things:—

1. Far from keeping their promises and hand-
ing back Manchuria to the Chinese now that Chin:
has a pro-Soviet Government, the Russians are
determined to hang on to it. They are according])
treating Manchuria not as a part of China but—
like the Japanese before them—as an independen
puppet State. Its highest dignitaries. therefore

RANE CE eT 8

outrank the ambassadors of other States in
Moscow .
2. Stalin has given the highest priority to

the military preparation—defensive and offensive—
now being made by the Russians in Eastern
Siberia, where the Soviet Union, to all intents
borders on the United States and Canada.

He has put the exigencies of preparing for a



possible Arctic war with the Americans above ~
the political need to save the face of the Chinese | ¥%
Communists, and avoid the risk of their being %

provoked into a Titoist rebellion.

Above all, he has put Russia’s military pre-
paredness in Siberia ahead of the clandestine
war against the British in Malaya, the French in
Indo-China, and Western trading interests gen-
erally throughout South-East Asia.

HE’LL RISK ALL

+

FOR this clandestine war is being waged under | â„¢

the direction of Chinese Communists. ‘It is )
being supplied from China and financed by Chin-

ese If China went Titoist, that war woulc

almost certainly peter out, just as did ‘farsha

Tito’s guerrilla campaign in Greece,

Stalin is prepared to risk all this in order to
hold on to Manchuria. His experts have told him
that Manchuria is essential to Russia’s military
plans in Siberia because it is the only practical
source of food supplies for the armies of workers
and soldiers now encamped in Siberia,

Clearly this brush between the Ambassador
and the Deputy Commissar, and the whole situa-
tion it reveals, presents an opportunity which|
our diplomats and political warriors could exploit

From what I saw and heard, however, during
my recent trip across South-East Asia, I believe
the risk which Stalin is taking is a fairly safe one,

On the evidence I was given he has every reason
to consider Mao Tse-tung as safely in the Russian
pocket for the next five years at least.

Famine is sweeping China and with
lence.

Banditry, which always accompanies famine in
China, and usually follows in the wake of a war,
is once more raising its head.

The new Communist Governmeht is already
finding considerable difficulty in asserting its
authority in the newly conquered territory. It
has had to appeal to Russia for more help.



it pesti-

IN addition to Soviet staff officers, political
and administrative advisers, it has now had to
summon Russian troops.

Soviet military units, mostly anti-aircraft troops
equipped with German-made anti-aircraft guns,
have—--so I was told by a Chinese who had just
come? from there—now made their appearance
in Nanking and Shanghai.

The American sponsored Government of Mao
Tsetung’s antagonist Chiang Kaj-shek is proving
itself as corrupt, incapable, and unpopular in its
lant-ditch refuge on the island of Formosa as ever
it did on the mainland of China.

Vast cases of American machinery supplied
under aid plans, I was told, can be seen lying
broken open, rusting, and rotting on the wharves
of Port Keelung.

The ruthless oppression of the native population
by Chiang’s army and Chiang’s politicians has
created another pro-Communist fifth column long-
ing for liberation by the Chinese Reds

NO NURSING

THROUGHOUT South-East Asia the alliance
between Communism and the anti-Westernism of
Western-educated Asiatics hungry for power has
produced a revolutionary situation which requires
no nursing from Moscow,

On top of all this come:

(a) The continued concentration of the Western
world on the European front in the mistaken
notion that the Far East is still far away;

(b) On top of that the dangerously conflicting
policies of the Western Powers in the Far Eastern
theatre.

All these are factors which must encourage Stalin
and his Politburo advisers.

L.E.S.



PPPS POSES

To, The Editor, The Advocate,

SIR—I am probably one of a
great many of your readers who
have read the S.C.A.C. Report in
your columns with the closest
attention but who do not feel that
the expression of our individual
views on a very technical subject
is likely to have much influence
on the course of events.

All would, I am sure, join with
me in expressing admiration of
the magnificent job done by your
type setters and proof-readers in
producing so vast a quantity of
material almost without error, 10
Jess than of the public spirited
action of the “Advocate” itself in
incurring so great an expense at

no extra cost to your reade:

Perhaps an utsider”, without
venturing to make uggestion
regarding details which concern
only the areas to be federated
ma offer one t

which are basic.

In regard to the Franchise, the
Committee recommends universal
adult suffrage and, based upon
that, discusses at some length the
systems in certain areas — the
U.S.A., U.K., Canada and Aus-
tralia—in which government so
based appears to function. Had
they looked beyond this area—
predominantly Anglo-Saxon in
background—they would have
observed other areas, such as
France, Italy and Greece, where
this same form of Government i8
a lamentable failure. It would be
rash to attempt to predict into
which group the W.1I. Federation
is the more likely to gravitate

It is pertinent to point out that
a constitution can work effectivel
only when it is in the hands of at
electorate fitted by t era t
and experience to make it w

An alternative yste which
might



for a population even more het-
erogenous than that of the pro-
posed Federation and therefore
provision was made for the re-
presentation of minority groups,
including even the much-traduced
European trading community.
Something of this kind might
well have been put forward for
the Federation in which it ap-
pears, in effect, that the produc-*
tion of primary commodities for
export upon which the whole
economy of the area is based, is
to be placed wholly at the mercy
of the field labourers—if they
choose to exercise the power
which universal syffrage will
place in their hands. There are
those who, for .Jlterior motives,
will see to it that they do so
The proposed safeguard afford-
ed by the veto of the Governor-
General is wholly illusory in
tice, since the political reper-
ts exercise 1
verwhelmir

prac




could lead directly to disaster.
The whole scheme seems to me
to offer too much and too soon
thereby ensuring perpetual agi-
tation in regard to any with-
holding of suggested powers which
may well occur when the pro-
posals come before the Govern-
ments of the individual territories.

S. S. TYLER
April 3, 1950
Noise

To the Editor, The Advocate
SIR,—-Noise! Noise! Noise! Tune
your Radio to London for the
News, to Trinidad or British Gui-
ana for Religious Worship, or to

the U.S.A. stations for enter
tainment of any kind mear
Noise! Noise! Noise!

Why are people permitted to
use all kinds of electrical appli-

ances in their homes, garages, or
workshops, unless same were pro-
perly suppressed in

accoraance

with the Law under the Wireless
Act.

It is my considered opinion
that were Radio owners in th’s
island to unite and refuse, under
such conditions, to pay ten shil-
lings into the treasury every year
during the month of July, our
Government Electrical Inspector
would soon put a stop to this
nuisance and take the necessary
measures to afford Radio listen
ers the protection they are en-
titled to under the Law of our
jand.

Hoping this may catch the eye
of our gallant representatives for
the parish of St. Michael, in the
House of Assembly.

RADIO BAY STREET

Passion Play

To, The Editor, The Adv
SIR,—I hope some consider:

tion be given Cinema ‘an n

keeping with their religious habit

of visiting the cinemas on Good
Fridays to see the Passion Play
of our Lord.

It is true however, that many
have seen the film in the. past,
but there is a love which
deeper and dearer in the hearts
of those who saw the suffering
on Calvary of the Redemption of
a lost world, and feel it their duty
to renew their visit yearly.

For the past three months, due
to Electricity cuts by the com-
pany, cinemas can only show
every other night, with this
schedule it will be quite impo ssi-
ble for the many thousands to sec
the film

this year
Could not the Electric Com
pany and managers of variou
nemas have some shows ar- {

nged 1 Good Friday next ?]}

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Why Your |
Rice Now |
Costs More

7 PRICE of rice wnicn untu
Monday was six cents per pint

has been increased to seven
cents.

This is one of the effects of
devaluation, the Controller oi
Supplies told the “Advocate
yesterday.

The Rice Marketing Board ot

British Guiana, he said, have
made out a case to the colonies to
whom they supply the commodity,
for an increase in the price, anu
this has been approved—at any
rate bx barbados ana iriniaau.

Their case which was consiuereu
a good one, was wat aue |
devaluation tne cost of proauciiou
had increased and tne proauce:
haa to be paid more.

A bag of 180 ibs of rice now
costs nere 313.00. 1 was lormerty
$11.52.

ME WIDENING of the roaa at

the corner of Bridge Street,
opposite the Victoria priage, 1s
nearly completed and aireaay
traffic is making use of tne enu
nearest to Messrs. Barnes & Co,
The road engine was silll working
yesterday levelling off the roaa,

The pavement by the car park,
which is in alignment with the
other pavement along the Foun-
tain Garden, is completed.

Work on the footpath over the
Victoria Briage is also going aneau
rapidly and it is expectea tat
this will shortly be openea ww
pedestrians.

R. KENNETH R. HUNTE

St. Lawrence Gap, C4itisc
Church, reportea that nis unoccu-}
piea house “Caraiem’, situateu 1:
the same gap, was broken anu
entered between Thursuay last
and Tuesday and 16 plates anu
three dishes valued $8v.ou were



en.

R. ERIC GATES, baritone,

will be guest soloist at ot.
Paul’s Church this evening when
the St. Paul’s Choir gives a re-
cital of Maunder’s “Olivet To)
Calvary.”

The recital will start at 8.0U
p.m. Other soloist are Misses E.
Husbanas, W. Burke and C, Caesar,

MOTOR CAR, owned and
driven by Jojan Jackman of

Bay Street was damaged in an,
accident on Holetown Road, St.)
James, at about 2.00 a.m. on
Tuesday. A van was also involved.
T ABOUT 10.20 P.M. on Tues-
day a fire of unknown

!
origin broke out at Pool oe |
tion, St. John and destroyed three

|

and three quarter acres of third
crop ripe canes, The canes are
the property of the Trustees of the
Estate of W. H. Trolloppe,
were insured,

NOTHER CANE fire, also of

unknown origin broke out at
Sen House Grove Plantation, St
Philip, and destroyed six and a
quarter acres of second crop ripe
canes.

and

This _ fire gurréd at about
8.45 p.m. on Tuesday. The canes
aréthe property of Four Square
Ltd., and were insured.

Death Of Sir
Spencer Davis

The death occurred in London
of Sir Spencer (Stuart) Davis, lave
Governor of St, Helena at the age
of 75 years.

Sir Spencer Davis was the son
of the late Honourable Benjamin
Davis and a member of an old
St. Kitts family.

He was educated at Dean Close
School, Chelvenham, and called to
the Bar of Gray’s Inn in 1915. He
returned to the Leewards. where
he joined the local Civil Service
and served in the Customs and
Treasury. As a member of the
St. Kitts-Nevis Defence Force he
acted as adjutany in 1899 and wag
later attached to the Exchequer
and Audit Department in London.

Mr. Davis then served in the
Gold Coast in the Treasury De-
partment until he was appointed
Treasurer in 1917. This appoint-
ment he never took up because of
his service in Tanganyika, From
the post of Treasurer he became
Chief Secretary and Administra-
tor’s Depury.

He served in the Secretariat in
Palestine after his admission to
the administrative. His promo-
tion came rapidly and he repre-
sented Palestine a’ Constantinople
in connection with the Ottaman
Public Debt and Chairman of the
Standing Committee for
merce and Industry in 1928.

He was appoinved Officer admin-
Sstering the Government of Pales-
tine and Acting High Commission-
er for Trans-Jordan, In 1932 he
Was appoited Governor of St.
ed from which he retired in

Com-




Epew:
Not Quire Carnes, ts tr?





gemes

don acpeer £



Wouldn’t Stop On.
Left: Must
Pay $9.60

JAMES LORD, a chauf-
feur of Peterkin Land was
yesterday found guilty of
failing to stop the lorry
M.1230 along Bank Hail
Road on the left side of the
road so that the Fire Bri-
gade Engine could move
freely to a fire.

Mr. A. J. H. Hanschell,
Police Magistrate of District
“A” before whom the case
was heard, imposed a fine
of $9.60.

Put on Bond
Vor Receiving

“It would appear th:t you were
‘volved in the raids carried out
in the Maxwell area along with
your relatives, but there is no
evidence against you therefore 1
am dealing with you as a first
offender for receiving,” His Hon-
our the Chief Justice remarked
to Clyde Green at Tuesday's
Sitting of the Court of Grand
Sessions. Green was placed on a
personal bond of £25 to keep tne
peace for 18 months. He was also
put on 18 months’ probation.



Earlier in the Session an Assize
Jury found Green guilty of receiv-
ing. He was charged along, with
Reuben and Lionel Green with
breaking and entering and re-
ceiving.

Mr. J. S. B. Dear, who appeared
on behalf of Clyde Green, told

the Court that Clyde Green had}

no previous convictions and was
a married man with a large
family but was lead astray, He
said that Capt. Brooks had made
enquiries and had received one
letter which recommended Clyde
Green as a boy with a good char-
acter. He therefore asked His
Honour to be lenient.

His Honour told Clyde Green
that the Court would give him a
chance to make good. The choice
was between his wife and ¢ “-
dren and Glendairy Prison.

Did Not Stop

Azie Abrahams of Brittons Hill
was fined 40s. to be paid in
fourteen days or one month's im-
prisonment by His Worship Mr.
A. J. H. Hanschell yesterday
when he was found guilty of not
stopping at a major road while
driving the motor car M681 on
January 22.





WATERFRONT STRIKE
STAGED IN ANTIGUA
Fort Amherst Leaves Without Unloading

(From Our Own

Correspondent)
ST. JOHN’S, April 5.

THE Antigua Labour Union created a unique pre-
cedent yesterday by calling a waterfront strike because the

firm of

Knight, shop steward of th
8 Sugar bond. -

The pee 3 Semanding that|
Ou. Suspended and
demoted to labourer because of
ged insubordination to the
Prraident of the Union the Hon.
zt Bird. Brysors maintain that
q Ssue does nct apply to labour
er Brysons are satisfied
with Knight’s work and see no|
to comply with the Union's |
/Tequest unless justifiable proof is|
produced showing that Knight's |
employment fs contrary to labour!
regulations. A meeting with the|
acting Administrator Mr. Ross|
collapsed because Mr.‘ Bird de-|
manded Knight’s demotion or the
continuance Of the strike
The “Fort Amherst” arrived
to-day and left shortly after car-
Â¥ying with it 99 bags of mail and |
. tons of cargo some of which|
ey required by the sugar|
ustty. Pickets are patroliing



Bennett Brysons declined to victimise William

e Union and foreman of the

) the wharf area and thousands at- [resumes
~address the Jury.

tended last night's labour meet-
ing and the union anticipates 2
solid front by estate and factory

(By Cable)



What’s On Today

Court of Grand Sessions at
10.00 a.m.

Athletic Sports at Speights-
town Boys’ School at 1.30

p.m.

Basket Ball at Modern High
School at 5.00 p.m

Football at Kensington at
5.00 p.m

Mobile Cinema, Grazettes
Pasture, St. Michael, at
7.30 p.m.

en emnnEEEnEnnameT

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Tare ee Beans
READY To Take / 4
A @urcy Rot AND
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OR ANY OF You, Ric
Wetcome, Mor L Nowe

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



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ONE MONTH FOR

BODILY HARM
Two Must Keep The Peace

AT the sitting of the Court of Grand Sessions yester-
day, a month in the first division was imposed on Charles
Forde, of Horse Hill, St. Joseph for inflicting grievous bod-
ily harm on Joseph Spooner of Sherbourne, St. John on
July 2, 1949. Forde had pleaded guilty the previous day.

Se enn IS, PEOOee Tee” Cutefe saeoS

Sir Allan Collymore presided
while the prosecution was con-
ducted by Mr. W. W. Reece, K.C.
| Prince Forde and Lionel Gibson
of St. Joseph who were charged
along with Forde, were found
guilty and each bound over in his
jown recognizance for 12 months
jto keep the peace and be of good
behaviour.

They were all represented by
Mr. E. K. Walcott, K.C., wio
pleaded the leniency of the Court.
In doing so he said that there
was no malice as far as_ the
accused were concerned. They
were told by the Police to go and
watch their land. As regards to
Charles he was told that he had
one previous conviction for assault
and battery in 1947.

Firstly Mr, Walcott said that
he thought it was His Honour's
experience as it was the experi-
ence of his learned friend and
himself that the punishment of
putting a man on bond, was one
of the most salutary ones. It was
important. that in such a_ bond,
I

the record of the court showed] that he had delivered it.

that people never came _ back
except in a few rare instances.

The man placed on bond took
it as a serious punishment and
that type of punishment had done
remarkably good to the commun
ity.

Sei mespect

He then referred to Charles’
willingness to take the blame and
went on to say that: the circum-
stances under which he _ had
committed the offence were such
that he asked His Honour to
regard the punishment in the
light of its value to the communi-
ty. It was that type of punish-
ment that would help the accused
Charles to retain his self respect
‘and also help him to climb the
hill again.

Mr. Walcott said that the case
was one of the most unfortunate
ones that had come before the
Court. The accused were all
youflg boys who were trying to
safeguard their father’s property
from anyone who came there.
|The Sergeant of the district had
,made enquiries about Charles’
conduct and it was found that
he had a good character. He
therefore pleaded that he should
not be sent to prison.

, Addressing the accused the
|Chief Justice told them that
| they were all charged with griev-
ous bodily harm. They all knew
that in that case, the man
‘Spooner who got certain injuries,
had asked for them and had got
them, because it had been pointed
out that he had stolen fodder
from nearby and was crossing
their land which they were watch-
ing on instructions from the

Police.

To Charles he said: “I take it
that you are sorry for what you
have done as you have pleaded
guilty. I have been asked to
bind you over, but it must oe
borne in mind that people, in
making an arrest, must not in-
flict such harm as is not neces-
sitated by the circumstances of
the arrest.” He then sentenced
them as stated above.

Postman In Dock
Evans Carlyle Dowding, a
postman of Bishops, St. Lucy,
was the next accused in the dock.

He is charged with the larceny
of a registered letier No. 34437
addressed to Mrs. Ida Hinds of
Crab Hill, St. Lucy. He pleaded
not guilty and is being repre-
sented by Mr. D. H. L. Ward.

The taking of evidence was
concluded and when the court
to-day, Counsel will

* Evidence given by the Colonial
Postmaster was to the effect that
the letter was received at the
General Post Office on July 27,
1949. Foreign Registration num-
ber was 31. It was sent out the
same day to the St. Lucy Post
Office for delivery to the addressee
Ida Hinds of Crab Hill, St. Lucy.
, The letter was from the U.S.A.
| It is the postman’s duty to take
the letter and delivery receipt to
the addressee. The addressee
should sign the receipt which the
postman should return to the local
Post Office to be sent back to the
General Post Office

The Postmaster produced a lis’
of registered articles sent out to
the St. Lucy Post Office on July
the letter



27. It- contained in
question. This list should be
signed by the postman when it is
delivered to him by the Postmis-



tress—in the present case the
Postmistress of: St. Lucy.

The list in court showed the
signature of the accused next to
the letter in question.

Identification
Mr. Armstrong showed two reg-

istered. letter delivery receipts ad-
dressed to Ida Hinds from the
U.S.A. One was dated March

10, 1949, and the other April 7,
1949. He finally put in an identi-
fication receipt for a registered
letter No. 31, purporting to have
been given to Hafford Hinds by
the Post Office at South Shore
Camp, Florida.

Replying to Mr. Ward, the Post-
master agreed that everything on
the last mentioned receipt ap-
peared to have been written in
ink or indelible lead except the
number 31. The letters and ar-
ticles mentioned in his evidence
were dealt with by Clerks. He
was speaking from record. If for
some reason a postman has not
delivered a letter to an addresse,
it ‘s his duty to return it and the
receipt next day to the Post Office
from which he took it. As far
as he knew nothing would be done
to show what a postma.: had so re-
turned a letter or receipt. It was
the duty of a Postmistress to re-
port the non-return or non-de-
livery of a letter or receipt.

If a postman reported that he
has lost a receipt, a duplicate
would be issued. If the person
to whom the letter is sent refused
to sign the duplicate that should

also be reported by the _ post-
mistress.
November 1 was the first time

he had got a report on the matter.

He had asked the accused about
the letter and accused insisted
He also

said that he had delivered the re-
ceipt.

Duplicates

“T mignt nave suggested to him
that he would have to pay the
money to the addressee if the let-
ter was not found,” the Postmas-
ter went on. “Accused might have
said that that would be very hard
on him when he had delivered the
letter. There are cases in which
delivery receipts have been lost,
but duplicates have been issued.

Beryl S. Clarke, Clerk at the
G.P.O. said she was in charge
of the Registered Letter Depart-
ment. She had received mail from
Florida on July 27 last year and
among it was letter No. 31 :d-
dressed to Ida Hinds. It was en-
tered in the Registration Delivery
Book, and sent out to St. Lucy the
same day.

A report had been made some
time after concerning the letter,
A search was made in which she
took part, and the delivery receipt
was never recovered. When a re-
ceipt is lost, a duplicate was
usually issued by her department.
In the present case no duplicate
was issued.

The Postmistress from St. Lucy
was not sure if the receipt had
been sent down there or not, wit-
ness said, and then admitted to
Mr. Reece that she did not know
if that was a fact. She concluded.

Signed
Edivh St. John, Posimistress
of St. Lucy, took the witness stand
rext. She said she had received
the letter in question on July 27.
She had given it to the accused
for delivery to Hinds.

He had signed his initials and
the date on the list of registered
arti@les opposite the letter. The
initials and date on the list in
court are in the accused’s hand-
writing. Accused had two regis-
tered letters for delivery that day,
and in both instances the proce-
dure was the same.

She also gave him a delivery re-
ceipt. When everything is com-
pleted, the receipt should bear
the signature of the postman, the
addressee and Yhe postmistress,
They are returned to the G.P.O.
At ‘this stage witness identified
two specimen delivery receipts.

Mrs. Ida Hinds had come to her
one afternoon some time in August
and made inquiries about letters.
Previously, she (witness) had
been asking the accused for the
receipt in connection with the let-
ter 34437, because the receipt had
not been returned to her. Accused
had said that he had brought it
back in. She told him he had not
done so, and asked the accused to
make a further search. She had
asked him about it more ‘han
once, and also in the preserxe of
two other postmen before sh. had
gone on leave. He always insist-
ed that he had brought it back in.
She put a question mark on the
list and spoke te M.ss O’Neale
who was gcine tu act for her. She
had gone on leave on August 15.

About September 14. Hafford
Hinds had come to the Office and
made a statement concerning the
letter. She had asked for his reg-
istered receipts from abroad and
the envelopes addressed to his
| wife. He had brought them to the
}office and gmong them was the
|receipt from South Shore Camp
| Post Office. His wite did not have
a registered letter corresponding



to it.
She had communicated with the
/G.P.O. about the matter

}

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2 Thieves
| Imprisoned
For 3 Months

Alvin Price and Leo Forde of
Bush Hall were each sentenced
to three months’ imprisonment
with hard labour when they ap-
peared before His Worship Mr. A.
J. H. Hanschell yesterday.

They were
stealing articles valued at £4 19.
8. from Mrs, A. J. Cox of Bush
Hall on March 22.

Sgt. Gaskin said on April 4 he
saw Price in custody. P.C. Byer
told him that he arrested him for
the larceny of some articles. He
charged Price and cautioned him
On April 5 he saw Forde at Dis-
trict “A” Police Station under ar-
rest on the same charge. Forde
Was cautioned and later made a

ceca

statement. Alvin Price and Lec
Forde were given a copy of the
statement made by each.

Mrs. A. J. Cox said on the
evening of March 22 she was
speaking at the telephone, The

electric lights had gone off. While
she was speaking she heard a
noise and went into the room
where she heard the noise and
found that the stove was missing,
also the weights, a bucket and
scales. She phoned the Police
Station and Cpl. Marshall came
and she made a statement.

Goulbourne Beckles said he
lives in Whitehall and knows
Forde. Price met him on March
22 and asked him if he wanted a
stove to buy. He asked him where
he got the stove from and how
much he wanted. Price told him
$3.00. He gave him 6s and told
him that he would pay the bal-
ance later on. He never knew
that the stove was stolen.

Clayton Byer, said on March 22
Mrs, Cox reported the lareeny
of one stove, one saucepan, scales
and a bucket,

He arested Price and told him



and larceny. On May 13, 1948 he
was sentenced to one month’s im-
prisonment with hard labour by
His Worship Mr H. A. Talma for
stealing $2 the property of Alex-
andre Grannum.





Remanded On
Murder Charge

George Harvey, a fisherman) of
Westbury Road was charged be-
fore His Worship Mr. A. J. H.

Gap, Westbury Road and was
remanded until April 12.

George Hunite who was stabbed
about 8.55 p.m. on March 27 and
admitted to the General Hospital
the same night, died about 5.25
a.m. the following morniny.

(ouannnneiacentne

Hirer Must Pay
Cost of Damages

- Judgment was yesterday given
in favour of Stanley Ward of Mar-
hill Street, plaintiff, in which he
claimed £16. 13s, 4d. damages
from Vernon Sobers of Cherry
Grove Village, St. Joseph. The
case was heard by His Honour
Mr. J. W. B. Chenery in the Court
of Original Jurisdiction,

Ward rented Sobers his car on
April 21 last.year and while it was
in his possession it became in-
volved in an accident. At the time
Sobers agreed that he would share
in the cost of repairs,

U.K. Decision Is



THE news appearing in the
Press of the British Government’s
attitude towards the sugar ques-
tion especially as it affects the
West Indies, is very disappointing
and a severe blow to the future
of the industry in the area, Mr.
J. H. Wilkinson, Leader of the
Opposition in the House of Assem-
| bly told the Advocate yesterday.
|. He said: “The uncertainty of
finding a market at reasonable
prices for our product, is bound to
reflect on the efficiency of the in-
dustry both in fhe field and fac-

tory. Everyone would hesitate to
incur much further capital ex-
penditure in the industry when

there is this uncertainty of selling
the finished product

“I think the Ministry of Food
have made a grave error in not
encouraging the West Indies dele-
gation to go to England to diseuss
}matters with them, for after all’
‘there are always two sides to the
question

Hanschell yesterday with the mur-
der of George Hunte of Redman’s

|
Severe Blow
}

T. S. Chandler |
Is St. Peter’s |
Churchwarden

Mr. T. S. Chandler,

_M _ formerly
Senior Guardian was

elected
Churchwarden of St. Peter when



| S|
i Israel has invited all members |
of the United Nations Trusteeship |

Council éxcept Iraq and China to
| visit Jerusalem “to
practicability
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PAGE FIVE

CHILD'S





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the vestry of the purish met} cording to usually reliable SOULCES at bedtime. Eases breathing,
yesterday. Mr. Chandler was| here today. | draws out” congestion, calms
formerly Senior Guardian. | The Council yesterday adopted} Ssoughing.

He was unanimously elected on| Without opposition a modified iCKS
the motion of Mr. G. C. Parris|f0PM of vhe 1948 statute to in- He on ‘
seconded by Mr. George Gill. ternationalise Jerusalem. VapoRue

Mr. Parris, in making the mo- —Reuter,

tion, said that he must first
thank Mr. George Gill, the out-
going Churchwarden for his
past year of satisfactory service. ,

Mr. Chandler who acted for!
some time during Mr. Gill’s
absence had Sone his best and
worked faithfully. The Alms-
house had been improved 100
per cent. during the past year
and other good work had been



done throughout the parish.

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|

Mr. Gill said that he endorsed
the remarks of Mr. Parris adding
that Mr. Chandler was one of the
most energetic men in the parisn.

Other Appointments

Other appointments made were
Mr. George Gill, Senior Guardian
Mr. Eustace Corbin, Junior
Guardian, Mr. Carlisle Reid,
Inspector of Trees and Cotton
Inspector, Mr. Lionel Gittens,
Organ Tuner.

Health Commissioners are Mr.
T. S. Chandler, Mr. G. Gill, Mr.
E. L. Bannister, Mr. T. E. Corbin
and Mr. G. C. Parris

The Highway Commissioners
are Mr. George Gill, Mr. T. S.
Chandler and Mr. T. E. Corbin,

Mr. Gill in reviewing his work |
during the past year said that ne |
could not start to effect repairs |

in the parish before January
when the parish was granted a}
loan of £3,000. |

During his tenure of office,

repairs were done to the Rectory,
All Saints Vicarage, All Saints
Chapel, Boscobel Vicarage, Bos. |

found guilty of}cobel Chapel, the P.M.O’s resi

dence and the Almshouse.



Rates

The Vestry laid rates for 1950-
51 The sum of $3.29 will be
paid on an acre of land and 23} |
cents in the dollar on trade }

Present were: Rew Cy tes
@onliffe (Chairman); Mr, E. L
Bannister, Mr. T. S. Chandler,
Mr, P. H. Whitehead, Mr. G,. Gill
Mr. TT. E. Corbin, Mr. C. &.|
Thornton, Mr. G. C. Parris, M:
A. Gill.

1 Y
Five Months For

Six Shillings

Frank Waithe of Station Hill |
was sentenced to five months’ im- ;
prisonment yesterday by His}
Worship Mr, E, A, McLeod

He was found guilty of obtain- |
ing 6s by false pretences from |
Lottie Maynard of Black Rock on |
April 3 |

According to the evidence
Waithe approached Maynard and |
told her that he was working at |
the Colonnade Stores and would
bring her 12 flour bags for 6s on
the same day. She gave him the
money but has never received the
flour bags.

Waithe had seven previous con- |

victions for false pretences,





St. Michael's Cathedral

|

Good Friday 7.30 a.m, The Liturgy





4 9 a.m, Children’s Service 10 a.m, Sta
he was charged with the larceny | tions of the Cross in the Streets. 11 am. |
of the articles. Matins and Ser‘non, 12-3 p.m, The Three |

“ adit Hours Devotion, 7.30 p.m. Evening Prayer |

When called upon to read out) aid Sermon |

ieee gg erty | Seibert Eastef Day: 5 a.m. The Holy pushes

aldron sai e knew Forde and|‘Hymns), 8 am. The Holy Eucharist

i sat ‘ » | (plain). 9 a.m, The Holy Eucharist (sung)

Price. He said that on July 17 | and Sermor, 11 a.m. Matins and Sermon, |

1947, Price was put on a bond! 4 p.m. Children’s Service. 7 p,m. Festal |
for 18 months for house breaking! Evensong, Sermon and Procession,



|
|
25 YEARS AGO—Advocate, | |
April 6, 1925

The first match of the Russel)
Cup was played at Queen’s Park |

on Savurday evening and ended in |

a draw, each side scoring two}
goals. This match, which was}
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CLASSIFIED ADS. | One Month For Bodil Harm | Brother Accused. | Mussalisi.Pagaas
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+ Oo Mr. War as the ac- |St. Lucy said that she was the " ” AIP , .
; FOR SALE FOR RENT cused about the receipt when the |daughter of Hafford and Ida In Mercy Killing t ee per. gest relating
2 other postmen brought in theirs.|Hinds. Her husband and the| ; o Mussolini's ascist regime ee a
: n | =| “Here is nothing to show the date |accused are related. Her father ALLENTOWN, Pennsylvania, |@uctioned in a “black market”
fs AUTOMOTIVE HOUSES | on which a postman returned a|went to the U.S.A. in 1948 and ; April 5.|Shortly after his death and*are |
5 ————t ae eau ya aieiniie os ae a Moon a = Socused returned in September, 1949. | a Saree ore a jury, = ae ae in ee hands of
“AR—(1) Austin 10 H.P. Sedan. Two ITTLE L » St. Lawrence, on receipt, Her father sent registered let- ay a is rother arold|foreign collectors an govern-
now agnes. Gage antes. Fa teen ply to Mics Basie Marethen a te | I asked the G.P.O. to have a ters to her mother. She signed | in Carlisle Hay admitted he shot and killed another| ments, the newspaper. Corriere
De Pr Tt. i‘. u ‘} rence Gap. Dial 8144, g450—in.| Scareh_ =made. Mrs. Hinds had|two of them for her mother, One} IN PORT: Sch, Alexandrina R., M.V. brother. Raymond was the first |Della Sera reported to-night, The
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5 Seater, adius furni The accused delivered the letters. | $j Blue, Nose Mac, Sch. Manuata, case against 36-year old Harold|at present trying to trace the
: se fitted to luggage compart- » drawing room, | her ; : i . DOrtac, Sch. Zits Womita, Sch PASSENGERS ARRIVING BY y ar

rent omy 1700 miles, owner driven | Kitchen. ‘etc. complete with Frigidaire, ae = we oo pe Receipts produced were the ones| Emanuel, C- Gordon, (hailing, Sch LADY RODNEY Mohr, accused of murder ana falenittg soften, among which are
-1 condition, offers to E oe wn, and on the| ,~ ees nae ~Ishe signed, urma D., _ Wonderful Counsellor i be made -simile

a $543. 6.4.50—In. big geo arenes a Apply to. drs cere rom ~~ tet Ida Hinds first. To +m Ward: I signed both pa Fallive | Max : =. Fremcse m= ,Sbe-. eee 7 ae epee ee’, illine ot, ean aaa gecreapondence. between te tale
SE . » . - - - 5 . . . . -v. - . . .

“Standard Vanguard Car 1949 for| ‘2st, St. James or Phone 91/33, ut the letter and August receipts at my mother’s home }| inbea. Covert, Mrs. Covert, Miss 5 i cancer Jian Director and Adolf Hitler.
CAR- nder 3,500. Good condition. 6.4.50— 14, I had not reported vhe matter ARRIV Agnes Cox, Mr. Sinclair Griffith, Mr aged 55, who was blind and ; Reuter
sale, mileage ¢ Barbados May 12th. Price “*-8"-| to the G.P.O. because I had asked | (id not sign any at the Post Canadian 8.5. R-M'S. Lady Rodney, Bpancee Jehnen Mr. John Mek ridden for 15 years. , i )
$2,000. “Apply by Phone: Myer, Windsor Coline urnished i at Briarfield, the accused to make a thorough anaes a tons, Capt. Leblane: ny a Re Snare caida eee 80. Ref. os
Hotel. poe | Se Men Gane | ag A upon receipt is not} 4)... a> Ga -vata*thet ee eee Teeter mines Be toe, “dame. | sitting = _ dining room - m. ugees .
a 104810 HP. Hillman Minx } n except at the request of the ohn S.S. Can. Challenger, 3985 tans, Capt. Mr. Harold s Cress, asked him what was wrong. He i
in execilent Soni a vith Pia = bedroomnn, Feng ree cy cal econ = Tey went to | the | scoit: from Trinidad. Han Raareein as ts Mr. Dan W. lk Geighten Seat, alleged that Harold replied “I Paul tuscan, Fretien eae

bE ckwi ace, ‘urnis J a on , . é Austin & Co., Ltd, : alker, .
eee ya 6.4.50—4n. | JULY and ‘from October on, Phone 2250." “ia ‘ioctl Pee ag a Post™ Ome oe <4 MLV. Duerw 94 tons, Capt Mr. Jo! . Kenneth |Shot Waiter” Harold has pleaded International Committee of the
as 5.4.50—2n. yY receipts. I always receive | back to the t eee ne yt | DeCoteau; from St. Lucia." Agents: Deayton, Mr. George Moore, Mr. Bruce | not guilty to the charges, Red Cross, staved here today. -that
CAR—1947 Ford Anglia in really good | ————————_______""""""_| them from the postmen myself. letters had money orders IN; Schooner Owners’ Association. Lashley, Mir. ey, ; —Reuier. ; z re y
dition. $750.00. Dial 2592, Mane SANDS”, St. Lawrence. Fully! Miss I. P, O’Neale who had act- | them. DEPARTURES Arthur Peterkins, Mr. Joseph Jeffers, * |the world has “the t
con 64.50—3n | f three bedroomed house for ed for the P tmi qT Mr Ward: In both of thes Schooner Lady Noeleen, 41 tons, Mrs ers. figure of 60 to 80 million ri x
pent by the month. Apply P.O, Box 105 Cc ostmistress told the o Mr. Ward: In both o ©} Capt. Noel for Dominica. Local Agents: BY CANADIAN CHALLENGER He said there were 90,000 refu-
VAN—1948 (June) Fottecty | 10 cwt. | for further particulars. cae a = ere —paiag on leave | instances, I delivered the letters Schooner Owners’ pume ation, . Pee be = Ne. Weitrea MAIL NOTICE gees from Palestine 60,0 from
},000, owner 4. 3n. e stmis i .M.S, v ney, , ‘ons, . ». rs. ‘ ’
itn ors camat See OCIS] Perea eniy coed Poeca poor i | HIDE to Ne abaya eee | (0 Mem, Hinds,” ‘The daughiar hak] © TAS Leta Ma gg gate, SRE Ci Sta Akane Tinh v "HR Greece, 70,000 from’ Kesbmir-and
apply ood alley, 8 ami. to. 12 noon | OM Sea. Comfort. St. Lawrence nook: | 34437. letters. IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION Baas, Nt be cloned at the’ Genes Posi | 79,000 from Burma, The Interna
. oun good. Tel é . ice as under :— tional ee anisati
ae 4.4.50—3n., ‘elephone 8496. 4.4.50—3n, ae had spoken to the accused] This closed the case for the} cabie and Wireless (West Indies) Ltd. netta, Mormactern, Salamis, Ferncourt, Mail, Registered Mail and] come 650, 00D ae - ae
ical i BLUE HOUSE—Lucas Strect. A de. in a week’s time, witness said, | prosecution. advise that they can now communicate Atlantic Shipper, Argentina, Cottica,| Ordinary Mail at 2.30 p.m. TO-DAY ee Pp gen. a
CARVaneusrd, _practionly Dew, 21 stable busines ta’ . ce-land he replied that h had 2 i with the following ships Through their M/T Vikingen, Gracia, Bayano, Fort| 6th April 1950, Ruegger said.—Reuter,
perfect condition. Recently checked ver! Aatuves sea Mec ith ¢ st withos’ | ought a D eae te e ha Evans Carlyle Dowding the} with | aoniStent aan ee Amherst, Derwantdale, Polac’ Sora, Dale ie
at Coventry bi hese de oe $2,150 On| ately Thai Bros., Prince William Henry e n already. The receipt | accused then took the witness S.S. Mercator, Aino, Unaldo, New Lon- fonn, Spurt, Stony Point, Suecia, Misr, .
TaLl6s, | eee eee phone 4835. | Streat. Jini 9606! 31.3.50—t.1.n | VS not brought in by him or any | stand. He said that he lived at|don’ Mormac Penn’ Welle tecan , Jane Stove, C. G, ‘Thulin, Regent :
view at Chelsea Garage orp! §.4.50—3n —---— S| Ottier poahnsan during the time Bishop’s, St. Lucy and was era—| Ampac California, Oregon Express, Loide Panther, My! Spring Water, Lampana,
| FOR RENT. From ist April Upstairs | She was \acting Sian te : Lanne at te Calumbla,, Calliroy, A-A. Ameriki, $8. Loide truss eq Gulf, Dawn, ' Cleopatra,
4 No. 6 bie ; ot. y ney, Alcoa Patrio cca, rmac Guif, Co! nm, Alcoa Roamer,
pumiGowr Gama, Bo ae SOD] te Aneeoe Swan Street. Suitab! She had sent up only one re- Lucy’s Post Office. Theodoxus, Canadian Challenger, Lumi- Canadian, Conqueror, San Vulfrano.

6,4.50—3n.
———_—_——————_——————

LIVESTOCK



Agency or similar type of business
tact immediately on Premises No.
31.3.50—4.f.n.

BUNGALOW, also Fiat, facing sea mair
furnish:

6

ceipt to the G.P.0:—34278—
during the time she acted,
Phillip Austin, a postman at—

He knew Hafford
Hinds.
Hinds went to the U.S.A. He had

and Ida
He also knew Hafford













road, ed from May ist | ‘@ched to the St. Lucy. Branch ; i Id

“Sten. ta ULES—2 large mules. Apply G. L a comforts, English baths with heaters | corroborated Mrs. St. John’s evi- more ey eas! .
Harford, Norwood, St. James. hong apg’ ePhones, verandahs. Tele-| dence about her asking the ac- : : .

4 4 50—3n, } Phone . 31.3.50—t.4 n ; He took out registered packets

eames are - the oo and accus- on 27th July but could not Bol
cea Seine eterna rf
i i Office over Sanitary} ed’s reply that he had brought ne aby *

HORSE-—One reliable riding or draft ” ie é 1 ¢ knew aS , ; : saci alba. a: Cider.
horse, Apply to V. Deane, Adams Castle Leaniey Depot. Marhill Street. Apply!in the receipt. remember the amount. He kne ARRIVALS — By B.W.LA.L. Mr. Justin Barrow, Mr. Rupey Gree Py : Fe

Plantation Phone 8433. 6.4.50—In.



Co





he took one to Mrs. Hinds and

To Mr. Ward: I cannot remem- He initialled

ber what time of the day it was she signed for it.



From DEMERARA: Mr. N. B. Phelps,
Miss Mary Durham, Mr, A, Wright, Mr.
i .S, Howard, Mrs. E, Howard, Miss P,



dge, Mr. David Tucker, Mr. Alan Bar-
nara, Mr. Oscar Nothnagel, Mr. David
Deacon, Mr. Donald Nock, Mr, Charles













; it and then took it back to the] Howard, Miss Pat Howard, Miss N, Ham- Fisher, Mr, Peter Farah, Mr, Nigel Butt, !

ELECTRICAL — ie + John questioned| post office. He delivered the| iiton, Mr. E. Correie Mts a Correia, Mr. David Archer, Mr. Julian Hobson,

bay eye eenenmana TP Pe i . e accused. It was around the], er iss M, Correia, Miss Margot Correia, Mr. S. Neumard, Mr. Douglas jams, y

WASHING ee Saas oe cae Oia WOTed ES end of July a receipt to Miss St. John the Miss W. Correia, Mr, C. Cragie, Mrs. C, Mr. May Peters, Mr, Archer, Mr. . :

Riecisie) , irreplacehie caeis : ior | Postmistress. Miss St. John ask-| Cragie, Miss B. Cragie, Hon. E. F. Williams, Mr, John Haigh, Mr, Ernesto :

poe ee te 6.4.50—3n George A. Slocombe, Senior ed him for the receipt about 3 or | McDavid, Mrs, E, MeDavid, Mr. A. L. Baiz, Mr, Philipson Norde, Mr, Charles ,
Postman of the St, Lucy Post Lewis, Mr. H, Cuke, Hon, Hampden-Cuke, Phillips, Mr. Irvine Oxley, Mr. Lloyd

a
IGHTING PLANT—Climax 2.75 KVA-
bans operated, $480,00. Courtesy Garage,



rae i se. | Duffy, Carmen Merlo, Dilia Merlo, Violet Gilbert Yvonet, Page,
Dial 4616. 6.45030.) vour friends, No previous experienc | Crab Hill, St. Lucy said he was oct Sy Aha gry tlle spon Mare teres Bit, Mersarita, Bepnenl, = ST LUCIA: Miss Lilia Peters Me,
necessary, Write today for beautiful free the husband of Ida Hinds He Maria Bianch, Elizabeth Earwood, Natalie ‘or . : S8 . . MONTREA
; i it. Earwood, Raymond Earwood, Louise Cip- Nedzie Gilbert, Mrs, Letitia Gilbert, Mr. L_ AUSTRALIA NEW. -
POULTRY Sample Book to Britain's largest ana went to U.S.A. in August, 1948 on received riani, Elsie Myer, Francis Harris, Hans Anthony Mitchell. ZEALAN'

——
POULTRY—Pure Bred Plymouth Rock
Chicks 8 weeks old, Phone 2890.











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

‘nemost Publishers; highest commission.
marvellous opportunit;
jcnes, Williams & :







4 weeks afterwards.

Office gave similar evidence, He had delivered the receipt

Hafford Hinds a carpenter cf

To Mr. Reece: I know Slocombe

He re= who is head postman of the St.

on Septem-

the emigration scheme.
turned to Barbados

his receipt from the Postmistress

Mrs. Hampden-Cuke.
From TRINIDAD: Marian Duffy, James

Kugler, Christine Kugler, Aline Kugler,
Hans Dallman, Laura Brossard, Sue Tay-

Campbell, Mr. Charles Baeza, Mr. Wood-
ley Anthony, Rev. Vivian Comissiong, Mr,
Mr. Mr. Serew,



For ANTIGUA: Mr. George King, Mrs,
Michalen Glowacki.









D LINE LIMITED
(M.A.N.Z. LINE)







6.4.50—2n. | Works, Preston, Bngian’ =” 12 Vitor | eo, 1949 pring ED abe ya BE ya alle rare Re gr Be rg mn i gag os og I, Sydney March 25th, Brisbane April ;
eee ed Cc ti say that he had checked receipts Pat Regan, Jean Aird. | "For LA GUAIRA: Mr. Augusto Gabal- The M.V. “Daerwood"” will ac- arriving, Trinidad
ECHANICAL N _ Conversation for Miss St. John. Miss St. John DEPARTURES — By B.W.LA.L, don, Mr, John Williams, Miss Gertrude cant Canto and Pecensive tak we : ao ae OF DIEPPE” sails Ade
M “HAT AN ANNOUNCEMENT While in the U.S.A. he worked] had asked me for the feceipt dated| For TRINIDAD: Miss Mary” Harford, Eberstadt Luda, “SEWING meroenaten anaes Aen I am sune that you will be glad to * ne ge babes July 27, but I do not remember | 5 are ee att Aruba sailing Friday 7th April. arriving at Trinidad June 15th.”
Machine, treadle. Little used. S$ 00 know that I have added to my business nite ates Sugar Corporation. | jf Slocombe was present. . ? 9 ‘ ese vessels have ample space { {
as new.’ Holder Bros. 49 Swan St. Dial eMelent ste ng, department with an| On July 23, 1949, he went tol Miss O'Neil had also asked me Czechoslovakia “Lady Rodney BAW 4. ScROCeTES OwsEne chilled, hard frozen and general cary «
ei aes Sen enitants Pani Me ¢ 2 small charge | South Bay Post Office and sent] for the receipt. I had returned sme a * Consiynees, lading with tranad transhipment at trinidad te
. TRICYCLE Child's Trieyele in tod! of 10%, $15.00 in notes to his wife. The} the receipt to Miss St. John the Anti-Catholie War Brings Wheat, Flour TEL. 4047 British Guiana, Barbados, Windward & “
i reasonable s " ie ; a 3 F. A le
Phone a7. 6.4.50—In. ARES 2 BOONE: money was registered and he got! morning aftér I had delivered the aewean cininae

For further particulars apply:—

2.4..50—3n letter to Mrs. Hinds. I did not @ From P One thousand bags of wheat :
S—Hercules s. Low- ‘lat S ay ; ; m Page 1. , FURNESS, WITHY & CO. L; H
f prices, Courtesy Garage. Dial 4301. iia at SAS Sy ar ne is| 28K any of the postmen if vhey| their statements were not pub-| flour were discharged for Barba- Agents Trinidad.” =
est prices. 6.4.50—3n. " He never got a rep 7 onee Po were present when I delivered] jicjeq. dos by the SS. Lady Rodney DA come & Oo, ween ;
NOTICE wife but sent her another letter.) the receipt to Miss St. John. | In addition to prison terms,| which arrived here yesterday. 'This Agents Barbados.



FURNITURE



TABLE—One mahogany dining table to







PARISH OF ST. ANDREW
Applications forthe vacant post of
organist at St. Saviours will be received







His wife then replied.
After returning to Barbados,
he had a conversation with his

know Mrs. Hinds well. I never
had any quarrel with her nor with
her daughter. I delivered all re-

Machalka Tajovsky, Silhan and
Dr. Masilak were ordered to pay
fines of 50,000 crowns each. Braito



supply came from New Bruns-
wick and is consigned to Mrs. K. R.
Hunte & Co. Lid. From Halifax












re



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seat eight. Good condition, Mrs, Hutson by the undersigned up t wife and went to Bentham’s Post . ister letters to}. : : Seat % . :
ae Nurse, Greg View POD ons April, Further! Dabtiquient. oun "te had Office, St. Lucy. He later went to _ eae eee told me a Kal —— a the Rodney pers re — a fbcou steamship Co. i
ce eee teed Cn nul ateasurer./the General Post Office to the| that’ Mrs. Hinds had made a 30,000 crowns. each; and Mikusf ee ea Sor od’ rc. was als
f STEEL OFFICE FURNITURE Fling "Vestry Clerk, | Postmaster and showed the re-| complaint to the Postmistress| js) crowns each, anc Souait tenctlioriien’ Wench, Onc.
Teer with Locks), ‘Stationery’ cubarte a Vt ceipt he had got when he sent, about a ietter she had not receiv- ‘All the accused forfeit their mi hae larger aie of
with locks, etc. Courtesy Garage, Dial on m. | the money home to his wife. ed. The same evening I saw Haf- citizenship for 10 years except whi e the anger : Quan a dis
4391. 6.4.50—30, | ee To. Mr. Ward: This receipt is] ford Hinds and his wife coming Bartal. who’ lokes them for three pickled meat arriving Gardi on oom YORK sERyeE
ri 4 uaa wai NOTICE the same one. A lady attended} from town. Hinds told me that wats,” ae yegene ae Gee “a : : waite am.
Bp MISCELLANEOUS ROCKLEY GOLF AND country ciup | him. The receipt was written in} he had just come from the Post-|" ‘The court ordered confiscation Sees im aC — ty tech fruit andi aa 2th April ith April
Over the holidays try a morning swim} _, Will members please note that the Club |‘"K and then handed to him. master concerning a letter which| of the property of those sentenced, |, ‘sean sami ‘of apples were are Se, SP
Fjand Pimms with real lemonade, at} House will be closed on Good Friday| Ida Hinds wife of Hafford] he sent his wife and she had not! with the exception of Bartals Oe dies. se NEW ORLEANS SERVICE ;
eae; House. Club, Seren ae aie ishing to pl Hinds said that her husband} received. I said all letters receiv- The ritual equipment and uten-} * een — : ». ‘the. Can: No. Bdos ;
GALVANISE SHEETS tn 24 and %| Course may do so. He should artange|Went to America in 1948 and] ed for Mrs. Hinds had been de- siis and the Order’s Insignia found longer whith brought « quan. | 58 “ALCOA ROAMER: 22nd March’ 6th April”
Bauge 6ft., Gft. Bins. Bft. and 9ft. lengths | with the Caddy Master for his Club to|returned September 10, 194¥.! livered to her. I have never lost in the cellars and crypts of the! Challenger which brought a q x “ALCOA RUNNER” Sth April 23rd April oo...
alfo mild steel plates 1/16, 1/8 ‘| be available, ' While in the U.S.A. he sent her] a letter before. monasteries will be devoted to| tity of canned juice, marmalade ALCOA RANGER vse 19H April 4th May
teers Cecio, Breleans Siraet or 4'50~2n,] money in notes by registered] To the Chief Justice> I-handed religious purposes. pand fruit for Messrs A. S. Bryden aa CANADIAN SERVICE
. 1,3.50—+, f.n sat eee : fe the soe to - Fides pS: The arms and ammunition found | & mania ata cee ee cata ene Sails Arrives
—_—_—_ | r— ———— When the postman brought 4] morning after I had delivered the | 1. re °n confisce a mum 5 , Ss ’ ’ =
UB pivanions pies, 8 te Gia a t letter he would give her a receipt} Jetter toa was sure about it, | D*ve been Caoae steel’ rods and some personal SS “ALCOA PENNANT! March tnd April tate
per foot. A. BARNES & CO. LTD, PUBLIC SALES which was signed by her. When Miss St. John and _ later Cytica; ‘the. OMiotal news. agency, oftects SS “ALCOA POINTER bitin ‘Sieiy eer April 17th





She knew the accused who was] Miss O’Neil asked me about the





announced that three of the 10







NORTHBOUND








eee cree i - distri ; ; 5 Fresh fruit, charcoal, cocoanuts a ett .

CAMERA—Kodok Reflex 3.5 Anistigmat a postman in her district. He] receipt, I said I had already re- os , 7 a , bi S.S.. “ALCOA PILGRIM" Sailing early April for St. Lawreme
Bang) with. flash, gun attagtinant “and brought her many registered] turned it. comet erege apg: 2 the ae and personal effects were brought River porte.

yellow, dark yellow, green and red.| AUCTION letters. She signed all except} Af this stage, the Court was|CCUrt im Prague to-day, would/ py the M. V. Daerwood whica mn aemeeneneens

Price #350.00 oF nearest offer’ Telephisas _T HAVE been instructed by the receiver | O0€ for July 23. As she never] adjourned until. to-day at 10.00 na were : Abdot Vit Tajovsky, | #489 arrived yesterday. Apply: DA COSTA & CO., UTD.—Canadian Service.
R. S. Nicholls at 3925, between 10 a.m.| of Wrecks to offer for sale Dy pubiie received it. o'clock. fs aoaee . 29 cra raid oe ’ The R.M.S. Lady Rodney which ROBERT THOM LTD.—New York and Gulf Service.
and 4 p.m, 4.50—t.f.n. | auction on Thursday 13th day of April Statement 7m : 35 : ; ‘| arrived yesterday left last night

VALOR STOVE PARTS Flame *r ; oSeneihe 7 eal mee onled The last letter she received ors ens ar ecu eos for St. Vincent where it will con-

a a me” aes ** at present ly: in the é § , . vincial, sentenced to years, an . fi
Rss “Sauer” cenctaton “ana other| Seem ast ot he old bridge,” This| was on Aucust 26. After reading] OO Venezuelans | yincial, sentenced to 25 years, and] (im.8" ite voyage to Cronade, JANEITA DRESS SHOP
b leries, . se ; 4 : . . , : ini .

items, enquire Auto Tyre Co., Trafalgar| a Marine engine” Tones tm #8 ‘21 it she went to the Postmistress vi hard labour for life, Ceteka said.| Trinidad and then to Bermuda. SPECIALLY DESIGNED MODEL DRESSES
St. Dial 2696. 5.4.50—t.f.n. D’ARCY A. SCOTT, and made a complaint. Her hus- Will Spend —(Reuter.) The SS. Comedian is expected

PIMMS and a morning swim at Crane
House Club, 6.4.50—3n,





AUTO ACCESSORIES—Chamois leath-

Gov. Auctioneer,
2.4.50—5n.,

SE ee

band then came Over and she
went~fo the Postmaster after she
was called. She made a statement

Kaster Here



Mindszenty Dead



to arrive here en Friday.



On Sale at..





Only 1 of a kind in Liberty Silks, Liberty Linens, Liberty
Spuns and other materials,

CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LTD., SHOWROOM














REAL ESTATE bendande, & statement
rs, ‘dust cloths, cheese cloth, waxes, — to him, , She has a daug er 7 @ From page 1 , * Perfect for Easter s f
anes, gas tank locking caps ter Hing: “SUNSET VIEW"—Rockley. (Adjoin-| is married. rn papers ~ a man, and was in the French Un- ai vets yeah % Don’t Tell Your Friends -
nish and American Cars and Trucks.| ing BLUE WATERS), on the land sid»|band is related to the accused. ras . : m ps , ce binclen
Dial 4391, Courtesy Garage 6.4.50—3n.| of the road facing the Bay with gay | Cand is signed receipts| W78"oUnd Movement during the! atest information is that he was|| Tell the Advocate, SSS

EASTER NOVELTIES which will de:

°
SOVEETIE, eh el e ch information could be hidden and Birthda
on eee ae Tae cas p 2 AD ay "ante eee ane ben bbe 4 eee. Sone = ee aad to escape from France when a Thee far ane ig - For News . I
eggs in various colours containing toys,| rooms with running water, and all other ed was in March and a a co cornered by the Gestapo and Vatican newspaper ‘‘Osservatore Dial 3113
Sweets and other surprises. Look, too, for| offices including kitchen with cupboa April. Her : daughter ived near! went to Spain where he spent four R 0” id to-night that the Ake
oe ducking hen and the little hen set es Electricity, ba and Radio/her and visited her occasionally.} months in a concentration camp. ak Anite = eS Cardinal Day or Nigh ROBERTS & CO _ Dial 3301
1 ve egas one after other, -}| instal Gar: : . 5 é
ison’s Toy Dept, has them, 16.3.50—4n.| in_y. aiatines Nan’ room®"She never had any quarelling| se then joined De Gaulle’s forces | /@St_ definite news o z ~

You'll regret not having your Pimms







Square feet of land including the lan
across the road running to the water's

Inspection any day—Phone 8365. Mr.
Bellamy

Her daughter war, writing articles for one ot

for her on two occasions while} (ne Underground newspapers. He

She never got
the

with the accused.

1 and in England joined the R.A.F.
the letter of July 23 from

and married an English girl. His

well, and they do not believe that

Mindszenty’s condition dated back
to the visit of his mother on the









The Advocate Pays












Laster Cards








Cards





nt Crane Hous 5.4.50—3n.| T a ihe ee
SS | competition alte Smstt oP ale ube | accused. training ended at the end of the! \ iy) Guys later the Cardinal
| , signed on Friday, the 2ist of April, 1950,) To Mr. Ward: My husband seaot| war, Since that time he has been ° 7 yt . ard
Wanren at 2 p.m, me money fortnightly by regis—| yying commercial aircraft Was. (SOnarery cee ao mene A. M. WEBB I E
CARRINGTON & SEATY sct,|tered mail, I received many Now living in Venezuela he says|°f Guyitofoghaz and his mother .
| a 31.3.50—I3n. ‘|letters from my husband. but]«pm a Frenchman married to an| Who tried to visit him, was told °



ELP
——

A Salesman with some knowledge of
elling provision lines in Roebuck Street.







———
BUNGALOW AT NAVY GARDENS.
Ruilt December 1948. Cool quiet locality,

Stone roofed Everite. Verandah, Draw-| letters to me. I signed all except





Gvuod Commission.

basis.





never got the one for July 23.

: English girl and flying a Spanish
The accused delivered all the} *pjane,”

As the noise of 50 Spanish





defend “our small country against

she could not see him, “Osserva-
tore” said.
“Afterwards various unconfirm-










Stocks — Bonds — Shares





















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.











Apply by letter only . ; i ; ; 3 , : ‘ ed reports were circulated about Both local and foreign Our Broad Street Branch and Gasolene Sales Department
N pplications. treated "soeademtate” 7 Kitchenstte erith bulit te terns: sae two which were signed oy. maz voNne, filled the Terminal Build- the Cardigan One of these said Bought and Sold will be open for business as usual,
; pply P.O, Box 173, 5.4.50—4n. | boards, toilet and tiled bath, 3 bedrooms, | daughter. : ing out of the terrific din came Ke had Walit-teken: to acts io :
fe aS emma hi gone patie large presses’ and | water, All the letters I received were} an American voice, “Say Minter, Goveida here he Had aes . CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD. H
: : , servants’ room, toflet, bath, lime, | intac + > , ;
iT MISCELLANEOUS breaktast and, other" fru’ trees, ‘lawns aayaet oe pmeneagoere Loney Rive gone a throat operation. on a \
Pie, ,CPPAR—500 sa. ft. of Cedar, Dial appolntinaist Gaiy. Arohis Clarke, Phone + a so 8 It was Mr, Alexander Garcia . “The Hungarian authorities re- 155 Roebuck Street, B’town. a Sasa
| 78. G. : Ross. 2.4.60—4n. | 4530. 8 to 4, 4 U.S. Sends Britain wae is Corsage is an PAveciising cae o fart So bias cs Dial 2188 Hours 9—3 E :
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Billiard Table ties ess, One, full size| farming with 20 or 10 acres and a house| America has sent Britain a plan Guben be ife he is spending| the Cardinal had been very low, VENEZUALA THE FAMILY SHOE STORE
pitied Table. Please communicate with| ina residential section, or something | to permit American oil companies | Cuban born wife he is spending and latest reports indicated that
| telat ate Baie, oF &,oute| to sell petroleum in sterling areas, | ‘he week-end at the Royal Hotel. | ond lateat reports indisated that} Se Termas TE SHOE
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= : pointmen me by ak ag ai ad The proposal would permit/impressed he was with the agri- former secretgty . Monsignor. An- {
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“Ey-—as the Mace has been stolen by smash-and-grab thieves, we shall be constitutionally obliged to adjourn the
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W.L Team, The Talk In
U.K. Cricket Circles

(Advocate Correspondent) |
LONDON, April 5.
A story datelined Worcester, April 5, states that the
West Indies need have no fear for the financial success of
their English tour, if Worcester can be taken as an example
of the enthusiasm. Cricket is the main topic of conversa-
tion in this quiet cathedral city.
=e

Everywhere I went, in streets,

in shops, and in public houses, the

Everton words “West Indies” keep crop-
Defeats

College 3-1

ping up. Not since the visit of
| the Ausiralians two
has there been such interest in a

Everton defeated Harrison
College 3—1 when they met in
their Second Division Foottf:l!

match. To-day at the County
Cricket Club headquarters, I spoke
Fixture at Queen’s Park yesterday
evening.

| years ago,
to the Secretary, Brigadier A. M.
The game was fairly fast





Green :
He told me there had been
throughout but it was only in the
second half that the College

a steady demand for tickets,
nearly one thousand of which

forwards did some good attacking

They had many opportunities oi

have been sold so far. The
county is anticipating a crowd
scoring, but kicked the ball wide
of the bars on several occasions

of about ten thousand, which
is several thousand more than
their normal gate. To provide

The first goal for Everton was
scored by Gibbons, the College
right half. The ball was playing

the necessary additional ac-
commodation, special tem-
porary stands will be erected.

in the College goal area. Gibbons

went to kick it outside, but.unfor-

tunately placed it inBo the right

Newsreel cameramen as well
commentators will be
corner of the nets to completely

which will have
the atmosphere of

as B.B.C.
at the match
something of
a Test.
Wyatt
Captaining the County side will
be R. E. S. Wyatt, former England









that Joe packed his bag wica Ever-

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Arsenal Players Have
Great Team Spirit

By Peter Ditton
LONDON.

A GROCER from Wallasey, Cheshire, will be the centre
of attraction for 100,000 pairs of eyes at Wembley Stadium
on April 29th when Arsenal and Liverpoo] do battle in the
69th F.A. Cup Final. His name ? Joe Mercer, Arsenal
left-half and captain, reckoned by his team mates and
directors to be the greatest captain in footbal! today.

It was on November 29th 194* ,..gain. And make no mistake
about it, Arsenal are a team of
ton, his only other professional old men. Football players, like
club, and came to Highbury, | film stars, do not like revealing
Things were not going so well with ; their ages. But it is no great
the Gunners and it was not long | secret that the average age of the
before Joe was made captain. | likely Arsenal team to meet Liv-
With the arrival of Ronnie Rooks, | erpool will be 31. And that may
sharp-shooging centre-gorward | be erring on the side of leniency.
from Fulha:n, Arsenal managed |Players like George Swindin
to avoid the relegation bogey | (goal-keeper) — incidentally he
which was hanging over their; may not be able to play because
heads. The following season they | of a suspected appendicitis—Lau-
won the League Championship, ; rie Scott (full-back) Joe Mercer,
and that in itself was a great tri-|Leslie Compton (centre-half)
bute to Mercer's inspiring leader- | Denis Compton (outside-left) Reg
ship. Now he has taken them to | Lewis (inside-left) and Jommy
Wembley for the first time since | Logie (inside-right) were all es-
1936, when they defeated Sheffield | tablished stars before the war.
United by the only goal of the|That was eleven years ago and
match. eleven years is a very large slice
7 out of the life of a professional

Ask any tootnall fan—with the | footballer
exception of an Arsenal supporter
—how it has been done and he
will answer in two words “Lucky

The advancing years however
are not likely to worry the Ar-




















beat Roach the College goalie. skipper, who has toured in the | Arsenal”. There would be an ele- |senal side which appears in the
West Indies. He is expected to| ment of truth in that reply but it|final. Instead they are far more
Shortly after this Everton] call upon Reg Perks, a Worcester} would not be entirely correct. The /likely to act in their favour.
Scored their second goal. Sydney| veteran with twenty years servicé|yeal answer would be the great |Steady nerves and cool brains—
White their centre forward, re-|to bowl the first ball against the |team spirit which exists at High-| gained from experience—are two
ceived a well placed pass from| tourists Despite bis advancing; pury, The sort of spirit that | essential requirements for any
Edey. He was in the goal area| years, Perks is still one of the top| makes every Arsenal player en-jplayer appearing in a Wembley
and shot hard past Roach speed men in England and the |joy every game and which refuses }Cup Final
The third followed about 10| West Indies batsmen will have toto acknowledge any possibility of
minutes later. Bishop kicked a| be on the alert. ; the word ‘defeat’. Memoriee
corner and the ball struck one of| After the first day’s play, | ae
the Everton forwards and re-| Worcester will entertain the tour- | Their Share And whatever the result, this
bounded to him. He centered] ists to dinner at the Guildhall,| Arsenal have certainly had their} match will bring back memories
with a one time shot and Murray,| Where they will be introduced to|share of luck as far as the draw |to thousands who saw Arsenal in
Everton's inside left, headed out| Alderman Bennett, the Mayor. has gone. They had the maximum |their great hey-day in the early
of the reaches of Roach The following day facilities will |of four home ties before they met |‘30’s. The names may’ be differ-
Soon after half time found the] be available for the tourists to g0 | Chelsea at Tottenham in the semi-|ent, but the methods employed
score Everton 3, College 0. , sightseeing, or if they prefer, to \final. And when they walk on to} will be just the same; cast-iron
| play golf. The two teams are |the field at Wembley will have| defence and a series of breakaway
A few minutes after play re-| unlikely to meet until the morn-|established a record for any team attacks. It might not be pretty
sumed Storey opened the College] ing of the match as Worcester | having travelled a total distance | football to watch but it is effec-
score. He received a pass from| have arranged a preliminary tour | of only eleven miles to reach the]tive and what is more it has
another inside forward and beat) of Devon and Cornwall, and they | Cup Final served to make Arsenal the best
goalie Bowen with low shot| will not arrive back here until} ; known football club in the world.
from close range. | Friday evening But being drawn at home in a
The last few minutes of the Worcestershire are honoured |cup-tie does not automatically as- Win or lose, Arsenal are going
game saw College fighting hard| that they have been chosen as the |sure a team a place in the next}to have a celebration dinner after
to equalise and Everton just as| first county to meet the West In- |round Arsenal have had to fight|the match as they did in the days
hard to increase their lead but) die: They are determined that }and fight hard to get where th?» | when they were managed by the
whem Referee Amory blew off the| it shall be match the tourists}are. And they have shown mag-|late Herbert Chapman and later
score was unchanged will remember nificent team spirit. Probably nO} py George Allison. My guess is |
The teams were | other team in the country could] that the celebration will be com-
Everton: Bowen, Culpepper, Hall ee -- jhHave fought back as they did in] pletely justified.
Seale, Archer (Capt), Steede the semi-final tie against Chelsea ’
Bishop, Olton, White, Murray | Uae after being two goals down. But pee a
Edey. | Joe Mercer and his boys were in-
Harrison College: Roach, Mor- ha ‘ffalabcdalale saline 2 spired with the will to win—and
rison, Squires, Gibbons, Storey,| 3 . : win they did 7
Grant, Hewitt, Gibbs, Talma : By M. Harrison-Gray i Yes, the team of “old men” as READY
Reid, Codringtor i Dealer: North ; they are called, have done it
, ; Love all
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‘ : SEG 2 wees i | Friendly Football Association
Six Take Part): = 33: ab egaanpy ahi WP
: : | Rangers vy. St. Mary’s Old Boys Associa-
® » Ww. E. : tion at St. Leonard's. Referee; Mr
In Caribbean | AS’ 3 73 3 J Archer , :
AST74 KQ06 ; Reeds United National at the Bay
74 eA Qs 5 8 | Referee: Mr. C. E. Squires
Boxing Bouts | j*“°""*S*"" | ——
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(Qarbados Advoctac orrespondent |
GRENADA, April 5 3 10863 The Weather
Six colonies inciuding British és ‘ TO-DAY
Guiana, are participating in the .. 8 1947 Gold Cu match § ]
: , North passed in m 1,% : ises: ; |
second annual Caribbean Amateur Bast opened One Heart and’ | Sun Rises: 5.55 a.m
Boxing Tournament Opening est forced with Three § Sun Sets: 6.10 p.m, 3 |
eliminations will take place at Clubs; the final contract was ; Moon (Last Quarter) April 9
Ballast Ground, near Santa Maria Six Hearts, which was made : || Lighting: 6.30 p.m.
on Saturday night. Five last year wi ae at, : High Water: 6.11 am,
. : : “4 : 1» Room 2, North opened |
competitors returned. St. Kitts $ as dealer with Three Spades, i 7.16 p.m
place has been taken by Aruba § Kast bid Three No Trumps, YESTERDAY
The colonies are Antigua, Aruba, i the conventional request ee ; ESTER |
Barbados, British Guiana, Gren- a take-out after a T ree-bid, § Rainfall (Codrington) nil
ada and Trinidad, f hcattealPtat'Readed «| |] Tefal ter Mew to vector |
a ’ a > s pass, As East had shown a vs .
‘ ship-voees opmantinn ature! — £ powerful hand, a bid of Six Temperature (Max.) 84.5 °F |
tour divisions; Grenade & , s Clubs would not have been Temperature (Min.) 71.0 °F
ish Guiana the only colonies com * unreasonable; but the slam Wi Veloci . ‘
peting in all. Barbados and An-| #§ can only ve made in Hearts, § } ina Velocity 12 miles per
tigua have no middleweights, 3 where the 4-4 division of the | hour. .
Aruba no heavyweights, and Trini- : Bane suit provides the 12th ; Wind Direction (9 a.m.) E.
dad’s heavyweight is not named : ‘North's call succeeded ir : (3 pm.) E. by N. |
The season’s festivities will be} its object by crowding the $ Barometer (9 a.m.) 30.014
heightened by the arrival of a ? bidding for his opponent : (3 p.m,) 29.921.
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7th, (GOOD FRIDAY) the BAR will be
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Governor Rt. Hon. Ear! baidwin
of Bewdley.
Nine records were broken an

four equalled.
Long Jamp Division |.

R. W. L. Samuel 19 ft. 10 ins
High Jump Division 1.

S. W. N. Christian 5 ft. 9 ins
Canon Ball Division |.

R. A. John 36 ft. 4} ins
440 yds Division 1.

C. E. Heulle 56 1/10 secs
Long Jump Division <.

F. A. A. Gilead 19 ft. 3 ins.
Pole Vault Division 2.

F. A. A. Gilead 19 ft. 5 ins.
220 yds Division 3.

W. C. Browne 283 secs.

440 yds Division 3.

W. C. Browne 65 1/10 secs.
$80 yds Division 2 and 3.
T. A. P. Smith 2 mins 134

secs.

Victor Ludorum—F. A. A. Gilea
for the second year consecutively
with 30 out of a possible 4
points.

Prizes were presented by Mrv.}
P. D. MacDonald wife of the)
Colonial Secretary. His Lordship |
Bishop Davis presented the retired
headmaster Mr. G. G. Auchin-
fleck BSc. with a cheque)
and an autograph aibun with
the names of all members of
the Governing Body, masters, |
boys and servants who are now |
at the school as a token of their |
esteem.

Golf Boss |
Sacked

CHICAGO, April 4.

The Professional Golfers’ Assc~
ciation of America has announced |
the dismissal of George Schneiter
as P. G. A. Tournament Bureau
Manager.

Joe Novak, P. G. A. President, ;
said last night that Schneiter’s |
“immediate” dismissal had no
connection with a reported revolt
of star players against tournament
practices.

His statement to the Press said
that the Association Tournament
Committee ‘took the position that
Mr. Schneiter had offered to carry
out his duties in a manner consist-
ent with the rules and policies of
the P.G.A. or with the interests
of the membership.”

Schneiter, who had met pro-
fessional players on Thursday at |
a meeting at which, it was report-
ed, the players threatened to
withdraw from the P.G.A., said
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PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE Ccudb Ccdtinq Thi Backing the in.ri Dcpl. eg Avensa Airli%  II the other tourists followed ir, quick succession. Two attractivi esses arc seen M tinlop ol the steps as the tourists lea' of the plane. M H M OST of the Venezuelan tourisftfirlio arrived yaffil the s per Mil flight of Avensa Airfiti '.''U' in what time the shops in Bndgetowr I! 1 '"!"'*, open and what turn U %  'why so early JS foul they sai Where It Comet From A FTER importing molasses from Barbados for thirty years. Mr. Harold Cross of C. A. Crocs Inc.. In Fit-hburg. Mass.. has Anally come down t o tee where 'the stuff' comes from. Mrs. Cross Is with him and they arrived yesterday by the "Lady Rodney." Keen on golf nd swimming Mr Cross has heard quite a bit about our Golf and Yacht Cluhs and hopes to do some of both in the two weeks that he will !>e at the Ocean View .v will be returning on II e "Rodney" when she calls here going north. Was Acting Manager M R. BRUCE LASHLEY. after about four and a half mom is acting as Manager of the Domini-a branch of Cable and Wireless, returned to Barbados yesterday on the "Lady Rodney". Mr. E. L. Plnard whom he relieved for long leave spent tits holiday in Barbados He return ed a short while ago and has now re—assumed hi< duties. By The Way ET Mr. and Mrs C H. Schneider yesterday at the Information Bureau at the Baggage Warehouse. A charming couple they were waiting for the launch to take them on board the "Rodney". They wanted to meet the Captain, as they will be leturning to Canada on Ul> return trip of this ship. From Montreal, Mr. Schneider the door has visited Barbados twice before the war. and this is his third visit. They are staying at th> Marine Hotel and arrived here 49. M" open until late In the fvenil we wan! | Others factories which they eoul smoking from the plane. course most of them war • %  have a swim in the se? which the> hive heard so much abo' I their friends who have visited here. Intramit H. s c aeon for the past nine months has been attached to the I %  In DmJnli ly Ro .nrv" H Will I.. ..% % %  Hotel until he member of the for Jamaica. First Holiday Visit FT It Was Authentic NEW voRK. Flop of tl %  NG their first holiday visit York se. son was a joke thought Barbados are Mr and up by Lois Long, a top fashion Mrs. Edward H Lyall of Torcritic. She decided to go to a onto, Canada. They first stopped 2h anniversary party in honour here in February 1948 as intransit of the magazine for which sho passengers while making a round worka in a dress of 1925 %  vin-agv. trip on one of the Canadian boats. And every woman at the party They arrived yesterday morn.ng thought it was the last word from on the Lady Rodney" for about p aria '_^ __ two weeks and are staying at the Ocean View Hotel Son of the late Mr. Charles Lyall of this colony. Mr Lyall is Manager of the Ontario Branch of the Candian Indemnity Co On Round Trip M AKING a round trip on the "Lady Rodney" is Rev. D. J. Robtchand, Rector of Cape Bald Roman Catholic Church in New Brunswick, Canada. He told Carib yesterday that so far the trip was a very fine one and he was enjoying it immensely. Heard About Barbadot AND Mrs. H. G. Binet ol Hamilton, Ontario arrived here yesterday morning on their first visit to the island by the Lady Rodney.** They said thai they had visited Nassau. Cuba and Havana and had always wanted to come here as they had heard so much about the island while in Canada. They expect to spend about two weeks and are staying at the Ocean View Hotel Mr Binet is a retired Executive The Ignorance M R CROSSWORD 1 3 14 •> rr 6 1 r 1 r\ I4 5 1 1 1 ~ 1 If %  Ml i i An srebea wmia WOMM se to mUf. ( %  > 0. II confronts sou sjow. set 11. The ana ol aa l Dowi. iJi It* ut u cap n* am way to sat. rub. (8i IS, It mar as UM tall of J* ;o Warning cry. '* .. BMoassr. ooramosits nait. (4j XI Ohansw or "' Cor.v. t With The Army M R. CARLOS JOSE FIGUEB E EDO Ministry etui ned to B w I .V •fUoycd his tw %  Aquatir id) of Ml* %  the Until The "Rodney" Returns B Y II and Mrs I) J Bn their daughter Patricia, and M. i.nd Mrs. R l U ,no,fl com fort I iving the gate ol •'ed through. The Brewers ure from I the A where Mi Adams U Broke at the Marine until the itodne> i AV : l .:'... %  i %  1 'zuela will %  %  idle longer, %  %  On Long Leave A it K i VINO from Domlnla yesterday by the "Lady "Rodney" en route to London w;ir Mr. K. O. Deayton another Barclays Bank .staff in Dominica. He b months' long leave, and will he in Barbados until approximately April 9th. when he will leave for England via Jamaica I After a Year-and-a-Half M R. A. C 1'KTEKKIN who has been living in Canada for 0Vr .i year and a hall has raturnad to Barbados. He etrtv" ed yesterday by the "Lady Rodney" from Antigua. He was in Antigua lot pie of weeks staying with liiends Mr. and Mrs II. Cockrell, having arrived there on the "Ludy i Swamped Out T\HE same day that the news %  was received in Barbados that all seats had been sold for the first West Indian Cricket match at Worcester, f-lmgoers saw a newsreel at a local cinema showing Worcester Cricket Ground, but it was under water from floods End Of Term Concert H ARRISON COLLEGE will break off for its Easter holidays today, and to mark the end of term a concert was held in the school hall yesterday afternoon. It was the first time In the long and illustrious history of the College, that such an event was staged, and the Police Band rendered some fine music. The Glee Club of the College, led by Mr Milllngton sponsored the programme, and Peter King and Bentley Storey performed well at thePaine V Returning Home American Tourists? W HO should land at I M" the Baggage Warehouse r -y : | H JOHN R V "*r. and Mis TOOUM King. ..... li-.kinii v.-rv BUMS like two Aim-ruan lOUTtSU jt that A Day Of It '"' w* u *** they Hew M R and Mr' W R M Antigua on Sunday and joined Rodney" .here, so as to give , Hotal i* !" '*W %  voyage m where they latransat They will IKHI British Guiana Spanish Column? ,or two ••* %  which KingS former home and then / • || return to Barbados by all M" \ UI 9p„ KHIK is an the Barbados staff tl , Messrs i i il Ltd %  I V* tf *> 11. K I u poni OB a Ufa %  l. cfothM tbat sen don't nudlate (*••. (S-31 4 Bucoursclnc %  l(D.t for bauman. ... a. Psion of the Capa Dutcn. it) 5 By pavina you BUltt on %  ccount. (Tl 1. EMiat. 131 6 iivM-f*r in Oreecs. 11. To tier :t prorldes bacon. Of Women LONDON The ignoranc* of women in the under-developeri areas of the world is cited by a United Nations problemwhich must lie urtmtly tacXIed A uamphlet issued by trie I_.N Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization says: • ntily impedes Improvement in UN Health it the people and the oetterment of homes but deprives men of mi companionship ol marrlaue and future scnerations of enlishlci..d motherhood The pamphle., first of a series, covers literacy campaigns, lanluaae teaching, the use ol films md radio, library and museum services ana the education of women and girls. Advice is also given on the training of field workers, the preparations of education material! and administration and finance Concerning nealui education^ the pamphlet states that i-here disease is accepted passively and ascribed to an evil late or to witchcraft the attitude of the people might immediately be changed by curative ,,. though what is gned In the iraditional beliefs should be reserved. .^ An effective way Of taking the power out of cults such as '•voodoo", the pamphlet savs would lie to bring them into the open and give them a place In *-""' _(I.N.) LEAP* OX THI* THEKI a<.•"' Indian! puzzle wmch goes: A tree 100 cuLit. huh stands 200 cubits from a well. On top of this tree are two One monkey descends straight to the well The otn-r leaps straight upwards Irom UM top and then descends to the well by tha hypotenuse. If both pasover an eqial naCft how hlgn does the monk. I It is nit necessary to ollfcrence between a cui foot to solve it Can you. IA •ublt was orlginaUy represented bv the length of the 'onsan"; irom the elbow to the end of lira longest finger) ^^ „„ *m aar~i u •"<•<" They'll jul hve to Simmer NEW \OKK It is not gun. to be so easy for New Yorker; 10 escape their summer heat this *ear Air conditioning, the system by which theatres, emit.-vs. restaurants, many office bulldiiiKs. and even some churches keep pool will be banned, say the water savers, except with systems which use the same water over and over again Also banned—all lawn spruiklinc and garden hosing. rillRsD.V. APRIL B |c a Profit or l.oo DOAK! tntending to tram it r or jjg purposes. A ahort i une J Doakes had .in "PPOSWHIH sell it for SlOli has Doakes offered to buy it biZ S80. The offer was accept*! How much profit did n— make .n the three-wav tnaaZr 1' UIIKQq IMJ %  •I" '-t -, tag? %  •-3v > on -vi •Jra •vi oi oaTaV? 1 Kiwi; ,Tii< %  a SMI pu* ne* UM'IN J3-WJJUIP ^.ru)l".l Ti-: .' 1"> -.. j-iog M "aipwa I Wait^WherVTii, Toothbruth ? WELLINGTON A party m lunched in a mid-titv nrssssS then tippeo a brush m waitr ^ I her teeth while a •, bowed her filmy teetttfeV. broad smile. They an junta, dental nursing trainees at -. %  ir one has to clasa u teeth after every meal tVS^H nd theotfc. ler teeth twice weakjwi Thursdays and Sundays, A end of the pcr:> pare the results of mtenirst casual oral by** P L A Z A TWO DAYS ONLY: WED i THURS— 5 5, 8.30 p.ra. PARAMOUNT PRESENTS Barbara Van Elizabeth STANWYCK HEFL1N SCOTT in •THE STRANGE LOVE OF MARTHA IVERS" Good Friday Sd COLORADO •PASSION PLAV TERRITORY / DHL !101 Kit aiSli.SI'O" y CRVPTOQUOTE—Here's ho"to work It: AXYDI. BAAXR Is I i %  N I • I I I I I I One IctUC simply Hands for another In this example A la used for thr three Li. X for the two Oa. etc Single letters, apostrophies. the length and formation of Ihe words are all hints. EJ. h uay the code letters are different A Cryptogram Quotation DIM lire L V M t! L V M A J C. L N I J D B V M L D D S R W B C. L W F W M B G M U D C B LOO I w M c U R U M v i. • CrsssU osaMii GAIN CANNOT BE MADE WITHOUl M>MI OTHER TERSONS LOSS-Pl'BLILIl'S SYRl'S. \OI ATM rU'lfS'lXEMA iMembe.s Orjy) TO-NIGHT ITIIIRSDAY) AT .30 ROBERT NEWTON ., DENNIS PRICE a 11KHI1ERT LOU MARCEL DALIO ,. STANLEY HOLLOWAY GUY MIDDLETON in "SNOWBOUND" and introducing MILA PAREI.Y A Inlveraal Pirlure Seven great Stars in a story so thrilling ... so spectacnlaj ... 10 packed with action that you will lovr • vor) :nonM. M" For Ihree Months M r. f then three daughin arrive* |V| Re transferred on Tut w I \ Mr. CortC. two Uu, about three month %  House. I This Sunday Ml'UHEY WALCOTT who in U.K. %  an be heard over the Hlii 00 Sunday night at 7.15 o'clock. udcast will lab with Dr. C. B. K t'laiko. .ai Mr. w.ilnitt who li studylnsj English probation methods, has Just returned to l-omton from Vtiikilure. Hiis t. Barbadian and member the of the staff of the local (' Offlci Mrs << for the i lay by BV THE WAY By BEACHCOMBER Esta abierto para ustedes lodas las noches para Ceriar. Bailar y Entretenerse. Especialisados en cenas de "steak" desde las 8 p.m. en adelante. BOVRIL gives wnu the extra vitality to resist INFLUENZA 1 DON I %  praise' one o( ii quiring %  on the head Miorninn But liter*.. remember that man; seen a book %  for some hok as a pulcf.nti when thp custonn i with the book |h< mlghl I know that it ran Thus ran cull ^ those empty i -;irl be trained nM ike a snake, un alaa to t.iik kik. Usher's nark Beauty tnd in hand in hand. BowThe DnvntMimonfi E RNEST FAFNA(- watch had had visions I w that he HO .V..^ ruoibly with two A bit off %  scratch in a shy copted J Thaimora'n she laid that had sma Dear mf." he >*d have thought men Nobod\ ihought it Tbvl them.' leplied the innkeeper i--.nl tlM thin-lipped chairman ol the Ladies' Literary So) •till suspected espionage Professor Kanger started to walk towards the station Alter him .'huffled l)r Strabismus (Whom <;od Preser\e. >-l* I'trecht. still scratching his hat in a perpu-xed manner. \i ChiirlvnuixiKI T Is no good II u no good Ail the old HogwaSJh s ;* film of the Odyssey was obviously read in Hollywood and taken There Is re.u. lca ol tot Odyssey being filmed— and listen to :K With Clark Gable as Ulysses." And now. if 1 say that the Aene.U i> to MlOW with Spencer Tracy as Aeneas and Jane Russell as Dido . Bien ?ewl Q todos los Visitantes de Venezuela Especial de Pascua a nuestio BUFFET FROID DINAMARQUES de los Domingos al HOTEL MARINE GLOBE %  ASUS OUT Slurlinit Friday j Joyously Together InMGM's NEW Musical i assft/6atf In GatsMa Mwcal fiaratm Oinclad b< MBH.I /LTON • tJUSOM b, CHAHltS WAI!B5 ProdatSd Of ARTHUR FRtEO Our Customers nd Friends are asked to note that our Factory and all our Departments —Plantation Supplies. Lumber, Hardware. Insurance and Office will lie closed to business on Saturday 8th instant. HOYM. Worthings Lail "ham Ta-MfM *i K. t m Republic: DouMe Hoy ROGERS. Dale gVAM i M>H MVADA NKIKS" •nd %  s.tWUtl .MUM M WILD BOX ELLIOTT AUCg %  >lflltl NO SHOW TO-NIGHT UMS lfl< a > Mihi OBII THI rA-s-ION |'|. \\ IQMT. EARLY suriini issaasi al ug n FSIM r ui n>\i s KOXY BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LTD. %  1 III I V.|,,\ | 1 | | %  tseataf gasslsf i t.ss ML RANDOLPH SCOTT in I \N \m \ r\ II i, Ol VMPH c.S Mass M.hi it :. . "TMS rASasON i-l hi *UrUmi IraMkl i Hi ,m "I ITstANOI acomes out in the flavour! And what goes in ? Why. pure sugar, wheat, fresh eggs and butter— r with the experience that haa made Hunt ley and Palmers famous the whole world over. So many thrilling varieties to choose fromlusciously-filled Custard Creams and leading Creams '. meltingly-deUcioua Shortcake "... all oven-fresh, sealed in tins and i Hi. i'reW*iM& m HUNTLEY& PALMERS' ^K ^ %S1SBB. -w— 4— .^iSV eillm/jfrt l liJ .BISCUITS delicious wholesome and nutritious '."" %  '• •• iiiii* co. no., a.o. sox lit. •aiDCiTewSJ NOTICE Our OFFICES, HARDWARE and LLMBEB STORES at Bridgetown and Speighlstown will be Closed on SATURDAY, APRIL 8TH ana will Kc-open on TUESDAY, APRIL 11TH. Customers are requested to arrange their shopping accordingly. : PLAIVTATIONS lAMlTf#



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THCBSDAT. VPP.II. I THE WORLD GOES TO ROME On Foot, By Horse. On Crutclus BOMI \\m\ ., /-•ATHOLICS from all over theworld wei *-* ins in this capital of Catholicism for Ih ml the Chiirrh's Jubilee Holy Vein. Bl „„ fool, on horse-haek. pedallina oa bicycles, drairhtg .arc behind them, on crutches, on motorbike^—Ihi rrh af in Home today, and inakim. itn .-hi -., St. Peter's Square, where ihey could i< -• Uianl colonnades ringing the Square ..l. n ihe Basilica. Almost every country in the world, except Eastern drag represented in trn IUM, language*, Ideu. though! RARDADOS ADVOCATE P\C.E Timr.F. religion Russia Walks Out of Radio Conference FLORENCE. The Soviet Delegation tonight walked out or the IntersuUonal Hit** Frequency Itaidc held here to work out M length tor the world. Poland, Hungary. Czechoslovakia, and Albania followed the Soviet delegation, which had protested against the prwMKi at the Conference ol a delegation from Nationally*. China, The Soviet delegm. Bllkhoilov. had submitted a motion caiiinn 101 the expulsion a* the Nationalist Chinese delegate, and inviting it delegation from Mao TM Tun*'* Communist Joverninenl A secret vote on the motion Pound the Soviet group in the oinority and the Russian and Eastern European delegate* Toft he conference immediately OilLandCosts £750 An Inch By C. V. It. THOMPSON. HOI I %  The price of building land has % %  one up la 1 caDital ot Texas. to £750 I ich—ja, an inch—of frontage, 'ell, at the rate I am going I Ouid soon own on inch ol ouston No hotel i-ould charge as much mine without giving II share in the freehold. 1 have one ui the cheapai roomi more than £5 a day. If 1 were staying a mouth. 1 could have j roof-top apartment, library, lolarium and all. for 1700 a month. As it is all 1 fat is a bedroom. Oh. there ara redaemegU. Some Khanical monster in Ihe basewhich the man;. me to call the lower level.' livers my air, cooled oi the climate require*, through •> Windows are just something rhlch' to hang nil id then' ara dim lights—except t two ot mine ara not working rhlch go on beside the switches y time thev are tuna (do not have to nimble in the i, BUTTONS which bring me iry radio highlight Iroin Iloi> to the chimes of Big Ben H I prefer, endless recordings soft mush 1. it is just n bedroom. To eat at my hotel almost calls or Marshall aid. I took two lends to dinner tonight There ire no drinks, fur in T. ive to bring your own fl ttle was our menu' Four k (good) 'h beans (undercookad itoes | salad All baked Alaska (althou I *r using ten matches Ihe wai'er Id not light the ora:i %  "•* it lUmel and i [Tie hill—£16 Someone worked ft£i! "s tid. i mouthful. Y HOTEL -he largest built !n '•' %  id Iho luxurl i dlni %  "rice. Is called Ihe Shn docs not take long !<> %  the nor to eaten on to the fact that has in Irish motif. I The -ihape(< ool is rreon-tmted. r< Glenn McCarihv lit 11K Sh-imnx-k mut; wld build a chicken house—By ying out In cash A* he areol ing : hills amo %  rl%' £8,000.000. ror am return on hli By f. i ihe (wen coluf the pilgrims ravel "pendentlv, but it was that at laaat M DM from those %  ountii,-: ince '.he Holj Yeai Am iiroupexaeeted to arrive fa Easter are 888 n .-man parti rroe Lari %  ; peel 'tome before Qood Pi Cathoh ktbatH add 1 philosopher | he Convent o!lardo, England from Dublin, and from the SorNftshvllli P< from Utrecht in i i.. ram Cork Univ. und boo mm— all uent to iwetl the stream ol j the pilgrims which will overflow Uw Basilica ol Sun. and flood the square outside. Dividing ui %  !. itiooalities, Italian Journalist! have the German pilgrims as the "most methodical" — adhering •crupu* lously to their programmes. Most piaus of the pit1 grimh are the Spaniards, ih* Journalists say. They luvr obviously comr to Runic In;one sole reason—to pray and enjoy Ihe emoiloiul Bthrlt' cation and sanctity of 4 pit* irimage to the fctcrnal iil>. It ti hard in 1 %  between American louii pilgrims, the Italian journalists said. Both group;. .... tourists. The .Jut outstanding feats of credibly long pilgrimage1 -ioote Acreage discontinu. har\-est Williati" 0 tlRurc lor the 1 %  sumers. %  Th< onsum %  I Williams do ared, said the Qovi 1 the consumer to should production. The Inri -. union said contribution to ment in the prlci nnnoiinrwl. —I \' -LONDON ) much rum in lliare 1 1 -.. much rum in I aven ugiven away, according to a director of Olivier Inou (London) Limited •t an oil rcaenilor will be tlir y liquidation %  mi among the new exhr 'and in the West Indies I Creditors were UtiA section of the BriUsh Industrie, film owed i! 12.446 and their was Fair to be held from May 8 to \i>. %  K 57(1 eously in London and the Stock, of rum bought for £3,ooQ Is CTSOhcrausii %  "^wii '. rum dnnkina showing the economic pnigirs.tri Mctroc a„ (< SpnueVrnpanv which iWuir lock iherTwi „ v ,, ,M %  !" marlrei letr %  %  .lamaica will ?i. 1 gypsum locks and panels can be construction of houses. Dyewood, which has no' tuLited since 1M7. will ajao bo 1 cam red by Jamaica. For the nee before •he Windward Islands re 'ending over fresh cocoa poos from the trx-e Much The Sam* %  I these featuri her up the wide^"way of 'concilia-1 y "2 '' x hlbtts from die West tlon" leading to St Peter's Square Ird,cs W,U ^ mudl ,h ,*? 3am ? s —if by thnt time the road is nd all the signs of feverish building. A pilgrim with attian bagari Uiiga || iourney%  %  %  and BqU ii:. cake to the Krulri '" W.I. Cotton Price I p LHCHSTTSR The prio Island cotton has usen threesale following deal between Egypt and Russia under which Russia ucu au.OOO in cotton in cx%  ..1 ton Biilk-ltuunt %  %  ast Indian aboi I staple is to be '1 'i l l' previous years. The staple products of the Caribbean wlH nil be represented. Sugar, rum, cigars, cirrus, bananas, coconuts .mrl the The West India Committee hope that Mr. P O. Harcouit. lonnojAumniistrator of the Wmdwai* ho rMde such a success .' %  eat Indies • 1 nt to take rani the Gorrun 1 1 an obtain rron Weal Indiajui living in London the senice* of at least bar of each colonc to be I tl %  among the victors wham It 1 111 come to the Fair are ^nritan cricketers touring England this summer even pej for the Kerbirl n r p, LICENCES NEEDED Dominican Councillor's Wife Dies DOMINICA, April 4. Mrs. .1 O. Aird lied last Saturday al Roseau Hospital af*r J. O. Alrd nontf] dent of U* mainlng parti 1 11 l! \ Whltchurcb. !l'l bom Bl Brownies oted for 11 the Brown 2.000 CoiiimiinisI 'lVaelHTs in I .K. tpril 4 %  Governmei %  %  would be Hfl replying to 1 %  him to Inti view of Uv names he had enl Mi Marl %  .. Communi't %  %  1 Renter. LONDON. %  .a molasses among good which could be iuiwithout na l his commodity was included in error and %  quitted PWDI RD ORSBN, Bl., Eng. PranUsek Skoumai, .1 gla&swarr pack< 1. pleaded guiliv : employer I proud of 1 ii he took 1 i* Musician Dies NBW YORK. 1.. wrote the muark.'. KM) Wives Attack %  14) \\ oincn ST. NAZA1RI U Forty .men melal %  oma tipped right off. when wives of strl jumped rrom ambush to-night and Ih. ._ %  _. %  : : .•.-"••-.• jumped I1r.11 :nl>uh to-night ani ^, S 1r. r" ""'" '.II'..,K; JttaSed -hem in a tough merelle. cent, of its rooms every night %  rage of £fl a ~McCarthy will not t Shamrock has done His first-veor figure-ive such tormation as thlr: f.50. lb of rur.p* have lieen served evcrv Tk. the valets pressed 10.7 iner suits. 1 vild, hr loo much help to our uinoui will wned that the Shamrock, for.: r all its green, is somewhat e red Commits Suicide* In Prison Cell free for all Two special squads and a largi nry (>ollcc wen: in'o 1 . from the hundred Other dURM1 the strtke-bound port to-night i.ass meeting of 1.000 striking metal workers marched throueh the grey -trcels to a %  %  nol b *'^ partly working, .nd >ski i women and then • had dispersed from the uates. %  Hump Rem&ver* i). In in being studii %  %  and altitude 1 The expert Ii %  ganization, j special the Unite Studying die < ... %  % %  -d N Panama Gets Dial I'AW A MA -. to use tan m. Bl ...: 1 ll : %  %  %  I %  I %  mstalbj the %  phots I'hout the 1 %  large. I %  sub—(1 \ 1 Hones In Panama PANAMA CITY %  I %  lephants, that moved no (ai %  %  .. rhiaocei e tha %  %  %  %  period eventually %  wig found %  %  %  Smith* (l.N.s 1 -; Rabies are vest wken t theyie happy and gay -4 plenty of KL/M ; *l helps to Jter-p them dbat way soyitlSIl ihe HORDEN coKLIM MILK nisi IH rftiriMNcf IHI WOIID OVIS Buy the SAFEST TIRES EVER BUILT nangvrous Corner 1 tit* New Tireston* VeJ>*e CHAMP 3niT" .^rarr'M by the Pots ^£* !" .,c Headquarter, reporteti nsaqt ^^^M \ indudini luiiy laaiuari hr said —Baattsr Rinto's rich lather makes whites whiter. coloureds brighter 1 It washes gently, thoroughly, yet easily too—just floats out dirt in record time. And it's fine for washing dashes—gives them an extra sparkle. 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While Floods

ARENTS were to-day reported to be auctioning thei
children, and then committing suicide in some
Central China, where spring floods have wrought hayoe

Wreck China

HONG KONG, April 5

following a famine. With the spring, thaw, swirling tor-

rents were today pouring down mountain sides. forming

one of the worst inundations for many years. They were
again submerging areas, where crops were destroyed in last
autumn’s floods, or raising the levels in places where the

waters never receded.



Van Feclaiad

To Form New
Government
—IN BELGIUM

BRUSSELS, April 5

M. Paul Van Zeeland today
accepted a mission to try vo form
a new cabinet.

M, Van Zeeland was Foreign
Minister in the “Caretaker” Gov-
ernment during the Ministerial
erisis over vhe question of King
Leopold’s return.

A communique from the Royal
Palace stated: “The Prince Regent
has received M. Van Zeeland,
Minister of State, and has charged
him with the missioy of forming
a Government. M Van Zeeland
has accepted.”

M. Van Zeeland, a Social Chris-
tian (Catholic), was Foreign Min-
ister in the outgoing Catholic-
Liberal Coalition.

Professor J. Pirenne, head
King Leopold’s Secretariat
Brussels, unexpectedly left
Belgian capital last nigh*.

Catching the train. he hurried
to see the previsionally exiled
King at the latter’s temporary
home at Pregny, near Geneva,

Before leaving Professor Pirenne
had a long inierview with the
Belgian Gaston Eyskens and the
outgoing Minister of Justice Albert

ilar.

The reason for this late night
onference and Professor Piren-
me’s sudden departure were be-
lieved secret, but, according to
usually well-informed circles here
mew rroposals to solve Belgium's
dynastic dilemma were put for-

ard during the meeting.

—Reuter.

me

of
in
the





Chinese Protest
Against Russian
Infiltration

FORMOSA, April 5

The Chinese Nationalist Gov-
ernmeni’ has protested to the

nited Nations against the pres-
ence of Russian submarines in the
ellow Sea and official military
and civilian fliers and technicians
on the mainland of China, it was
disclosed today.

Mr. George Yeh, Nationalist
Foreign Minister, in a svatement
today said: “We shall propose
again to the United Nations to
Bend a Naval and Air observer to
hina.”

A Chinese Nationalist commu-
mique on Monday claimed that
four or five Soviet planes had
shot down a Nationalist fighter and
Seriously hit a second in an en-
gagement near Shanghai on Sun-
day, —Reuter.



Admiralty Will
Serap Truculent

LONDON, April 5
The British submarine “Tru-
culent” salvaged from the bed of
the Thames Estuary where she
Sank with the loss of 64 lives in
January after collision with a
Swedish vessel, is to be scrapped,
the Admiralty announced to-day.
Motors will be salvaged. The rest
of the vessel will be broken up.
She cost about £350,000 to build





Floods, striking the heart of the
famine region, were bringing new
horrors to the population, thou-
sands of whom have already per-
ished from cold and hunger.
Thousands more are facing star-
vation, and still more thousands
are falling before the ravages of
diseases.

One million Communist soldiers,
peasants and technicians are

; meanwhile racing against time to

rebuild the old dilapidated dykes

along the Yangtse before the
annual early summer flooas. They
are toiling along the waterway

from Shansi, West of Hankow, te
the sea. More workers are re-
building dykes along the Yangtse
tributaries, which caused greater
floods last year than the parent
stream.—(Reuter.)



Leave

Bombs to US

WASHINGTON, April 5
American officials are urging
Britain to concentrave her atomié
projects on turning out nuclea¥
engines, leaving bomb making ta

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areas of



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YESTERDAY afternoon at

front of the aircraft which brought them

the Captain of the aircraft G
Knight.

U.S. Draws Closer

To Argentina
WASHINGTON, April 5

United Svates Secretary of State
Dean Acheson said today that the

U.S. was considering suggestions
for extending economic help to
Argentina.

Mr. Acheson said it would be
entirely navural for the U.S. to
grant loans to Argentina as a
result of highly encouraging steps,
Weing taken by both Governments
to straighven out their economic
Yelations.

Mr. Acheson pointed out that the
Whole situation between the
United States and Argentina
improving considerably



He said the Argentine Govern- !

ment had taken a series of actions,

was







Seawell,

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the fifty Venezuelan tourists are seen grouped
7 to Barbados for the Easter week-end. Left foreground is
O. Tucker shaking hands with the Venezuelan Vice

together in

Consul Mr. Vernon

30 VENEZUELANS WILL
SPEND EASTER HERE

SHORTLY AFTER 5.15 O'CLOCK yesterday afternoon
a Special Flight of “Avensa Airlines” bringing 50 passengers

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circled the airport once, then
land.



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which had placed relations be- EVERTON and Spartan meet this
" ited ate ‘cording 44 7 m r . d afternoon in a First Division fix-
= United eg ee < tween the two countries on what ture at Kensington, This game has
reports circulating here today, he called a much more sound aroused great interest in local
The reports followed an ane basis porting circles chiefly because
nouncement yesterday thar’ work | Argentina had problems with a lets ey eniinit ned Waaeten,
. : 7% * j é s tures t ate a . .
as Starting on Britain’s sixth} imber of American companies |} ast’ year's First’ Division and
atomic station. - p pay Tt Knockout Champions, have also
operating in vhe country, The; : tek oe
It is undersiood that, Am rican sttiements have been made by "The teteres will te Mx, 7 Ante
officials Se it clear in discus~ | Argentine Finance Minister, Ram- ridge, at present on holiday from
sions with ritain and Canada “axeaii , as been. i Trinidad and the linesmen will be
; . on A. Cereijo who has been, in ee . "
that they believed the United Washington for the past two Mr. D. Sayers and Mr. F. Edwards,
States was in vhe best strategic weeks.— Reuter.
and production position to con-
tinue to make atomic bombs and

to develop the Hydrogen bomb
Britain, on vhe other hand, was
credited with great ability in the
development of engines. It was
argued that the partnership could

progress best with each member
concentrating major efforts on a
particular field —Reuter

Greece Must
Reform Economy

Acheson Warns

WASHINGTON, April 5

The Secrevary of State Mr, Dean
Acheson. today endorsed warn-
ing by the American Ambassador
in Athens that the Greek Govern-
ment should reform its economy
or face a cut in Marshall Plan aid.

Acheson referred at his weekly
press conference to a letter vo the
Greek Premier, Sophocles Veniz-
elos, sent on March 31 by the
United States Ambassador to
Greece, Henry F. Grady, warning
that effective measures for eco-
nomic rehabilitavion must be
taken quickly if Greece was to
continue receiving Marshall Plan
Aid. —-Reuter.

Keuador Sends
Rice To Israel

HAIFA
Che Israel authoritic » have
expressed deep app ion to
the Government of KX r fox
the quantity of rice grat to Israel
for needy children vhrough the
United Nations International Em-
ergency Fund, notwithstanding
Ecuador’s great need of foodstuffs
following last year’s earthquake
disasver.

pril 5

The rice was sent to Haifa to
the U.N. representative here,
—Reuter,



| EX-U.K. SERGEANT LEADS
INDONESIAN REVOLT
141 Captured; 10 Killed

SEVERAL HUNDRED East Indonesian troops rebelled

today and in a sharp action
the Territorial Indonesian

Lt.-Col. A. J. Mokognita, and 140 of his officers and men.

Macassar is on the western shore of the large Celebes
The rebellion was the climax of
weeks of tension over moves to incorporate East Indonesia

Island, East of Borneo.

into the State of Jogjakarta

Labour Wins
Bye-Election

LONDON, April 5.
won the first bye-elec-
the new Parliament to-

Labour
tion of
night,
all majority to four by retaining
their seat at Neepsend; Sheffield

Solicitor General Sir Frank
Soskice—who lost his seat in the
General Election in another con-
stituency—got back into Parlia-
ment with a comfortable major-
ity of 13,715, he polled 22,080
votes, Conservative — Liberal
Lieutenant Colonel J. P. Hunt got
8,365 and Communist E. L. Moore

729. The Communist lost his de-
posit.
The seat became vacant with

the timely resignation of Colonel
H. Morris.

Labour's actual fighting major-
ity in the House is now tempor-
arily only 3—last night Labour
Member James Glaville was taken
to hospital after an accident.

—Reuter.



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off t: © vicinity of the Government cran¢ ,

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MACASSAR, April 5.

shortly before dawn, captured
National Army Commander,

in the Republic of Indonesia.

The Insurgent troops struck by
the light of the sinking full moon,
just an hour before two Dutch
ships were due to land 900 rein-
forcements from the Indonesian
army. They seized control of the
| docks, broadcasting station and
the Nationalist Army barracks.

After his capture Lt.-Colonel
Mokognita was reported to havé
sent a signal to the reinforce-
ment ships telling them not to
; come to Macassar.

Red Devil

| The Insurgent troops are led
by Captain Abdul Azis, a 23-
year old sergeant in the British
first airborne division—the “Red
Devils”.

Azis said afterwards: “We were
forced to take this action to pre-
vent Jogjakarta Republican
Troops coming to Kast Indonesia.

“If they were allowed to come
here in force there would be dis-
orders, We want to prevent that.”

No official casualty list was
) issued, but the latest reliable figure
was 10 killed. All Dutch troops
in the area were confined to
barracks today. Several hours
after the insurrection began the
rebels had been joined by at least
800 Indonesian troops in the
Netherlands Indies Army who
declared they were now part of the
East Indonesian Force. —Reuter,





from Venezuela, to spend the Easter weekend in Barbados.

Out of a cloudy, dull afternoon sky this D.C. 4 aircraft

lowered her under carriage to

Meanwhile a B.W.1. Airways plane on its schedule
flight, had landed while the D.C. 4 was circling.

A_ red flare was immediately

fired, warning the aircraft not to] mation

land as the ship and the airport
wireless station were not in com-
munication with one another. The
Avensa aircraft once more circled
the airport this time flying in a
wider circle, giving passengers
g00d view of the island.

The aircraft, which closely re-
sembles a T.C.A. North Star
landed at 5.25 p.m. and as the
passengers alighted they gat ered
in a group in front of the aircraft
and were met by the Venezuelan
Vice-Consul Mr. Vernon Knight.
He made a short speech in Span-
ish welcoming the visitors and

said:
The Welcome

“En mi capacidad de Vise Consul ad
HHonoren de los Estados Unidos de Vene-
zuela en Barbades, s

Es paxa-miun gran placer eb darje ja
bien venida en nuestra isla al primer
vuelo de una Compania Venezolana.—la
Avensa.

Historia de Aviaciona sido escrita con
lavenida de este avion porque de esta
forma una Compania venezolana a dado
nm paso mas ale que servico aereo re-
specta,

Yo espero que este vuelo sea e) prim-

: Aduncate:
AUSTRALIA HAS FL



NAP Progress
Lamentable

Says Churchill

LONDON, April 5. |
Winston Churchill told Parlia- |
ment today he thought lamen- |
table” that greater progress |
sot been made in forming 1
since the Atlantic Pact was

na
a {roa

signea

He was commenting on a ea
ment by Defence Minister Emanue. |
}Shinwell about the recent meet-
ina of the North Atlantic Defence
Commitiee at the Hague. |

“Ts it not lamentable”,
Churchill asked, “that with al)
| these meetings of great conse-
;quence between the most im-
;portant people in different parts
}Atlanti> Pact was signed?’
|





of the world, so little real
progress should have been made
in making a front and defence in
jthe much more than 12 months
which have the

elasped since

| Shinwell retorted that it was
hot easy to set up an orgenisation
of this kind which comprised 12
countries—some_ very powerful,
some not so powerful, with many |
varied interests.

No one knew better
Churchill—-he had rather a bitter |
experience of what transpired at
the beginning of the last war, Mr
Shinwell added

“I quite agree that substantial
progress sounds like a platitude,
but I hope to dispose of the plati-

than

tude as soon as it is possible to

give to this House and all the}

countries concerned fuller infor-
Shinwell said



U.S. Reducing

Diplomatic Staff
In “Ghetto” Europe

|

|
NEW YORK, April }
S reducing its diplo- |
|

o
The U &
matic staif in all European coun- |
tries ,and reviewing all “personal
policies” in that part of the world,
James Preston, Diplomatic Cor-
respondent of the New York
| Times, said in a despatch from
| Washington voday.
| “Drastic cuts,” he declared, had
been ordered. by the State Depart-

ment in Hungary and Rumania,
and “lesser but still severe” re-
ductions in Poland and Czechos-
lovakia.

These decisions, Preston said
had been taken in Washingvon

mainly as a result of the pressure

ero de una serie de muchos otros lo .
mismo que un servicio regular sea ofre-| Of the various European Govern-
cido en el no lejano futuro por esta} ments concerned

compania.

Para Usted capitan Gillermo Ochoa

Tueker, tripulacion y todos los pasajeros
de este vuelo yo sinceramente les doy la
bien venida a esta bella isla y expreci-
bamente espero que Ustedes pasen
dnolvidable fin de semana, espero que
cuando. lstedes regresen le digan a todos
sus amiges.de los encantos de Barbados,
Â¥ que asi ellos puedad difrutar tambien
de unas vacaciones, en esta.—

En conclucion deseo a todos los de
Avensa toda clase de tripmfo en esta em-
presa y confidencialmefe espero que muy
prontos nos pueda brindar servicio
regular.

Ahora me es grato presentarle al Senor
David Lucie Smith, Director de DaCosta
y Cia Awentes de la Avensa en esta,’

The visitors all applauded, and
as they passed him most of them
shook his hand warmly and
thanked him for his words of wel-
come. —

In his short speech, Mr, Knight
said that he was very pleased to
welcome to Barbados this first
special flight of a Venezuéian air-
line—Avensa, He hoped that this
flight would be the forerunner of
many more, in fact he said, “I trust
that a regular service will soon be
operated by this airline.”

He also hoped that after spend-
ing an enjoyable long weekend
here, that they would return en-
thusiastic about the island as a
holiday resort, and tell all their
friends about the charms of Bar-
bados, and that they in turn would
enjoy a holiday here. :

The crew were Capt. G. Ochoa

un

in

Tucker, Co-Pilot P. Morchain,
Mechanic E. Mares and two
stewardesses A, Mirabal and R

Hansen. R. van den Brandén of
the Avensa Traffic Department
also made the trip, which took
two hours and twenty-eight min-
utes, cruising av a speed of 188
m.p.h,

A Frenchman ;

Co-Pilot P. Morchain had quite

a story to tell. He is a French-

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Officials in Washington, the
despatch continued, “feel that the
United Svates Ambassadors and
their staffs are being forced to live
in a diplomatic ghetto restricted
in their movements, hampered in
their contac)’ with the life of the
area-—in short, unable to perform
the traditional functions of a
diplomatic mission.”—Reuter.

Mindszenty
Dead? |

VATICAN CITY, April 5
Secret reports received by the
Vatican say that Cardinal Joseph
Mindszenty, 53-year-old Primate
of Hungary, has been transferred
from his Budapest prison to aj
hospital in Slovakia for treat-}
ment of a swelling of the thyroid

A Vatican Prelate, disclosing
this to-day, said that in the hos-
pital the Cardinal had been
found to be suffering also from
angina pectoris and inflammation
of the heart. Commenting on un-
confirmed New York Press re-
ports that the Cardinal was dead, |
the Prelate said it was not im-|
possible he had died in hospital
The Cardinal was sentenced to
life imprisonment 18 months ago
for “treason, espionage and cur-
rency offences”, after one of the

ost sensational court trials in any

ast European history.

Usually well-informed Hungari-
an sources in Vienna say the sug-
gestion that Cardinal Mindszenty
is dead is “unbelievable”. Their

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OSLOVAKIA WAGES

ALL-OUT ANTL-CATHOLIC WAR;

CZECH
|

PRAGUE, April 5.
Ten Roman Catholic Monks, in-
, cluding two Abbots, were to-day
; Siveh prison sentences ranging
irom hard labour for~-life to two
years’ hard labour at the end of a



five day treason and espionage
trial before the State Court in
Prague.

| The sentences were : Augustin

| Machalka, 49, Abbot of a Mon-

astery in Moravia, 25 years hard







| lfbour;D r. Bohumil Vit Tajovsky,
38, Abbot of a Monastery in
Bohemia, 20 years hard labour;
| Frantisek Silhan, 45, Provincial of
| the Order of Jesuits in Czecho-
lovakia, 25 years hard labour
I Viastilak, Rector of a
The gical Institute near Prague
! ibour for life; Addul Kajpr,
47 t of Prague, 12, years
*nard labour; .Dr. Josef Silvestr



Brato, 51, Dominican Professor of
Theology

in Olomouc, 15 yeoers

Ten Monks Jailed

hard labour; Dr. Jan Josef Urban,
49, Franciscan Monk, 14 years
hard labour; Jan Blesik, 40, Re-
demptionist, Preacher, 10 years
Frantisek Mikulasek, 38, Jesuit
of Prague, § years hard labour.
Stanislav Bartak, 35, Provisor of a
Monastery in Moravia, 2 years.

It was the biggest trial of Roman

Catholic Churchmen yet held in
Czechoslovakia, and gave the
three State Prosecutors the

Opportunity to expound on Czech-
oslovakia's accusations of espion-
age against the Vatican

The prosecution extended the
charges. of anti-State activity to
all Roman Catholic Monastic
Orders Czechoslovaki ;
addition the five Order ep-
resented by the lefendant h
Premonstratensians, the Jesuits,

the Redemptionists, the Francis-
cans and the Dominican

Other Orders named th

Dy

prosecution were the
and the Merciful
University Professor of Interna-
tional Law, called by the State
Prosecutor as a legal expert on the
allegiance of churchmen abroad
to the Vatican, argued that mem-
bers of the Roman _ Catholic
Church, who gave unconditional
obedience to Canonical Law, t
came traitors.
Some of the

Benedictines
Brethren. A





proceedings were
broadcast from the courtroom by
the State controlled radio No}
Communist Western newspaper |
correspondents were allewed in|
court. The accused were defend |
ed by five counsel, but no account|
of their pieadings wa uiblished. |
Three the. defendants by
lajovsk the Frar 1 Urban, |
and the Jesuit Kajpr—were re-|
ported to have made short state-
ments at the end of the trial, but

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YING SAUCERS

| IN BLUE PRINT STAGE

CANBERRA, April 5.

AUSTRALIA has six flying saucers in the blue

print stage, it was learned authoritatively to-
day. The plans for them have been in the Australian
patents office since 1930. Aeronautical specialists
say all the plans embody the same fundamental

Bain sco ann’

N. Atlantie
Treaty Plans
OffThe Boards

LONDON, April 5.
Lord Alexander, former Minis-

ter of Defence, assured the House} St

of Lords to-night that the Brus-
sels and Atlantic Treaty plans had
“certainly

come off the drawing

boards.”
He was replying in a debate on
defence in which Lord De Lisle

(Conservative) had asked whether
Western Union was ready now to
prevent war. Was there an effect-
ive joint policy, he asked. How
soon would these plans reach a
Stage where planning ended and

action began?

.



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If craft were produced from
them, they would fly well. Draw-
ings wit'n specifications depict tha
craft as a huge inverted saucer
capable of rising vertically and
hovering, or flying horizontally at
a great speed. The first applica-
tion for patent was made by
Charles Edmund Johnson of Ho-
bart, Tasmania. Other: applica-
tions were lodged in vhe following

two years from inventors in
France, Japan, and the United
ates,—Reuter.





/.S. Not Ahead
Of Russia
With H. Bomb

PARIS, April 5
Professor Frederic Joliot-Curie,
French High Commissioner for
Atomic Energy, told the Twelvth

ic “ , > ‘ ie « ,
Lord Alexander said that some |COM8ress of the Communist Party

had
state of

members
about the
pareaness given by
Asher Lee, a former
telligence Officer

queried figures

Russian pre-

British In

In the Government's view, he
said, these figures were not accu-
rate but they might ve described

none-the-less inaccurate
than previous (On
Tuesday Lord Swinton quoted
these figures on the Russian Ai
Force from Commander Asher Lee

less
estimates.”

| as: Production of 400.000 to 500,000

aircraft a year, leaving out some-
thing like 200,000 more which
emerge yearly from the repair fac-
tories First line strength of
15,000 planes)

—Reuter

Atlantie
Ministers
Meet May 15

WASHINGTON. April 5

Secretary of State Dean Acheson
said today thay all the North
Atlantic Powers had ‘now agreed
that their Foreign Ministers
should meei in London about May
15,

Acheson told his Press Confer-
ence that he himself was planning
vo go to London before that date
for discussions with the British
Foreign Secretary, Bevin, and the

French Foreign . Minister, Schu-
man

He said the subject of his talks
with Mr. Bevin and M. Schuman
had not e’ been — sufficiently
worked out in agreement to en-
able him to say anything about it,
but he made it clear thay he ex-
pected to discuss German ques-

tions with the British and French
Foreign Ministers. The United
Svates, he added, was in favour of
immediate steps towards the

that “the United States are cer-
tainly not ahead of Soviet Russia

Commander | @5_ regards the hydrogen bomb”,

Speaking in
Gennevillans, a
Paris, where
ty Bi-enr
fourth da
said, “the
would ne
tory to

the Town Hall of
“Red” suburb of
the Communist Par-
al Congress was in its
Joliot-Curie
itom bombs
necessarily bring. vie-
oever used them first.

Shinwell Defends
Strachey

LONDON
British Defe

Professor



April
Minister Eman-
uel Shinwell, defended the integ-
rity and loyalty of War Minister
John Strachey in the House of
Commons to-day

Government cheers greeted his
statement that if any suggestion
had been made to him abou! Mr
Strachey’s integrity he would have

rice

repudiated it av once.
He was commenting on an
American News Agency report

that Mr. Strachey was to be barred
in Anglo-American exchanges -of
military information,—Reuter

Thief

LET HER GO
MILAN, April 5
Four nuns chased and caught

a woman pickpocket, who robbed
them on a Milan vram-car—then
helped her escape from the angry
crowd, The nuns were travelling

together when the youngest of
them noticed that her purse was
missing, They stopped the vram-

car, and in the confusion a woman
Jumped off and began running
away. The nuns therefore fetched
up their skirts and set off, rosary
beads rattling, in purstite They
caught the vhief and recovered the

bringing of Germany into the in-/ purse but let her get away as the

tegral defence plan.—Reuter

crowa

—Reuter.

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Dept. of Avensa Airlines
other tourists followed in
esses are seen at the top
of the plane.

is

OST tf the Venezuelan tour-
ists ‘who arrived yesterday by
the special. flight of Avensa Air-
lines, webe very interested in
what time the shops in Bridgetowr
n and what time they clcsed
“Why so early as four o’clock
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calling

Vanden Branden of the Traffic
the first man off the plane. The
scession. Two attractive ‘steward-

of the steps as the tourists leave the door

Intransit
R. S. C. SCOTT, a Jamaican
who for the past nine

months has been attached to the
Staff of the Colonial Developmert

Corporation in Dominica was a
passenger on the “Lady Ro unev”



open untildate in the evening, and Yesterday. He will be staying %t
we want to buy many things.” the Ocean View Hotel until he

Others wanted to visit the sugar leaves by air for Jamaica
factories which they could see
smoking from the plane, and of : \
course most of them wanted With The Army
have a swim in the se? which they
have heard so. much abort from R. CARLOS JOSE FIGUER
their friends who have alread EDO who is in the Ministry
visited here. of Justice in Caracas returned to

° Venezuela on Monday by B.W.1LA

‘“ ” : ) A

Until The Rodney He thoroughly enjoyed his two

Returns weeks tay as a guest of Mr.

BY 11.18 am este Mr i Mrs, Erro! Steele in Aquatic

and Mr D Brewer and Gardens, and spent much of his

their daughter Patricia, and M = with the officers of the

and Mrs. R. P Adams were Barbados Regiment His mother

comfortably settled in the Marine @"¢ Mr. and Mrs Steele who are

Hotel station wagon and leaving ilso from Venezuela will be

the gate of the Baggage War ' remaining in Barbados for a little
house as Carib passed through while longer.

The Brewer re from Fred< Mr. and Mrs, Steele, when they
ericton. New Brunswick vhile leave will be returning to Carac
alee: erties live Montreal, ®2 route to the U.S.A.
where Mr. Adams is nsurance Ret . H
3roker They will all be taying eturning ome
at the Marine until the “Rodney . ss .
calls at reuio two weeks M* JOHN R, NICHOLSON is
time returning to Can: On his return journey to the

U.K. after visit to Dominica
A Day Of It wh he has interests in a
R. and Mrs. W. R. Manny, Plamtation. He arrived yesterday
M ana’ Mr.“cod Wis, With m by the “Lady Rodney”, and is
Demorest af Sarai New Yor! , Staying at the Ocean View Hotel
malts a ole th aR +r ar until he makes air connections to
round trippers’ on the Rodney England
and they were ashore yesterda
for the da )S t I ver ; ’
weeny those Wong’ pankes care __Saniah Column?
lie are 0 popular with Cea will soon be running a
ps he aa lippec ne A Spanish column for our Span
Sa h ela io a poy a a ish friends if this terrific influx of

Ny 1unting 0 axl ie Venezuelan to. whe C e
was easily found) nd they drove fe + EAD } ah \ : ay

Sa een (af t of Seé that Club Morgan is advertis
it! i arec - Gay ing in Spanish, certainly a very
at. good idea

For Thr
hree Months Re-transferred
R. and Mrs. E. F. Correia and

their three daughters arrived

GEORGE E. MOORE, Jr.,

M*



p has

; Hotel, they will be returning on



Where It Comes From
FTER importing molasses
from Barbados for thirty
years, Mr. Harold Cross of C. A.
Cross Inc., in Fitchburg, Mass.,
finally come down to see
where ‘the stuff’ comes from.
Mrs. Cross is with him and they
arrived yesterday by the “Lady
Rodney.”

Keen on golf and swimming
Mr. Cross has heard quite a bit
about our Golf and Yacht Clubs
and hopes to do some of both in
the two weeks that he will be
here.

Staying at the Ocean View

the “Rodney” when she calls here

going Th
Was Acting Manager
R. BRUCE LASHLEY, after
about four and a half months
acting as Manager of the Domini-
ca branch of Cable and Wireless,
returned to Barbados yesterday
on the “Lady Rodney”.

Mr. E. L. Pinard whom he
relieved for long leave spent nis
holiday in Barbados. He return
ed a short while ago and has
now re—assumed his duties.

By The Way
ET Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
Schneider yesterday at the
Information Bureau at the Bag-
gage Warehouse. A_ charming
couple they were waiting for the
launch to take them on board the
“Rodney”. They wanted to meet
the Captain, as they will be
returning to Canada on _ the

return trip of this ship.

From Montreal, Mr. Schneider
has visited Barbados twice before
the war, and this is his third
visit. They are staying at the
Marine Hotel and arrived here
in late 49,

On Long Leave
RRIVING from Dominica
yesterday by the “Lady
“Rodney” en route to London was
Mr. K. O. Deayton another
member of the Barclays Bank
staff in Dominica. He is on four
months’ long leave, and will be
in Barbados until approximately
April 9th, when he will leave for
England via Jamaica by air.

After a Year-and-a-Half

R. A. C, PETERKIN who has
been living in Canada for
over a year and a half has
returned to Barbados. He arriv-
ed yesterday by the “Lady
Rodney” from Antigua.

He was in Antigua for a cou-
ple of weeks staying with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Cockrell, having
arrived there on the “Lady
Nelson” from Canada a_ few
weeks ago.

American Tourists ?

HO should land at the

Baggage Warehouse yester-
cy from the “Lady Rodney” but
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy King,
looking very much like’ two
American tourists at that

It appears that they flew to
Antigua on Sunday and joined
the “Rodney” there, so as to give
them a longer sea voyage
British Guiana where they
intransit,

They will be in British Guiana
for two weeks which is Mrs.
King’s former home and then
return to Barbados by air. Mr.
King is on the Barbados staff cf
Messrs. T. Geddes Grant Ltd.

This Sunday
R. HUMPRHEY WALCOTT
who at present is in U.K.
can be heard over the B.B.C. on
Sunday night at 7.15 o’clock.
The broadcast will take the form
of an interview with Dr. C. B,
Clarke. ' |
Mr. Walcott who is studying
English probation methods, has
just returned to London from
Leeds and Yorkshire.
He is a Barbadian and member
of the staff of the local Probation
Officers '



on Tuesday from B.G. by B.W.1LA son of Mr. and Mrs, G. E
Mr. Correia will be returning in Moore of Ruby, St. Philip, after
two weeks, but the rest of theMearly two years in Dominica yn
family will probably be here forthe staff of Barclays Bank, has
about three months. They are bet e-transferred to Barbados,
staying at Super Mare Guest He arrived yesterday by the
House. Lady Rodney,” ; ,
BY THE WAY »
DON’T suppose the P.E.N. Club mental Station, had had visions
would approve of books being of himself being decorated for
praised, by a beauty specialist, as heroi For a few hours every-
one of the best means of “acquiring body the district knew that he
poise and balance” when worn had overpowered a helicopter and
on the head for an hour every captured — six desperate spies,
morning armed to the teeth. He was
But literary fumfums hould mortified to see Malpractice laugh-
remember that many girls have ing and talking amicably with two
never seen a book until one 18 phewildered old men. “A bit off
placed on their heads by the beau- your course, weren't you?” jested
tificers. And that is the moment Malpractice Strabismus seratch-
for some hog of a critic, disguised ed his hat and smiled in a shy
as a pulchritician, to whisper that »onner Professor Ranger ac
when the cusfomer has finished ai in
with the book she might like to cepted ats a ane arom &
know that it can also be read farmer's wife EAats . MOren

Thus can culture be implanted in
those empty noddles, and a girl be
trained net only to walk like a
snake, bul alse to talk like a pub-
lisher’s nark. Beauty and literature
hand in hand. Bow-wow

The Daynoomong
RNEST FAFNAGE, © night-
watchman at the Experi-




they’d uv giv you in the moon,”
she Said, The vicar was satisfied
that it was the shock of the landing
that had smashed his study
windows, and was soon examining
the derelict rocket

said, “who'd have thought men

could go to the moon in that?”

Nobody would ‘ave thought it
| alae
ite +

of

’ Please Sen

CAFE

CAFE

—a few

THIS
HOTE

“Dear me,” he

“Is that WHITFIELDS

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

BEACHCOMBER

but them,” replied the innkeeper
contemptuously. “A likely story!’
said the thin-lipped chairman of
the Ladies’ Literary Society, who
still suspected espionage. Professor
Ranger started to walk towards
the station. After him, dreamily,
shuffied Dr. Strabismus (Whom
God Preserve) of Utrecht, still
scratching his hat in a perplexed
manner,

Edward G. Robinson
As Chartemagne

I T is no good. It is no good. Ail
the old Hogwaseh stuff about
a film of the Odyssey was obvious-
ly read in Hollywood and taken
seriously. There is really a pros-
pect of the Odyssey being filmed—
and listen to this: “With Clark
Gable as Ulysses.” And now, if
I say that the Aeneid is to follow
with Spencer Tracy as Aeneas and
Jane Russell as Dido. . .

Broad Street?"

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Cents dearer on all Sizes.



WARE IS IDEAL FOR
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LE | SET SY ETE




























Robichand, Rector of Cape Bald
Roman Catholic Church in New
Brunswick, Canada.
Carib yesterday that so far the
trip was a very fine one and he
was. enjoying it immensely.

here yesterday morning on their

they had visited Nassau, Cuba and





First Holiday Visit

AYING their first holiday visit
to Barbados are Mr.
Mrs. Edward H. Lyall of Tor-

APRIL,







THURSDAY, 6, 1959
BARBADOS ADVOCATE ——<———
EAP ON THIS | Profit or Lost?
£ THE wcient Indian RNOAKES bo it ;
i ¥ s é THERI an ancient Indl cee oN for gap
molt Was Authentic | The [GMP amet |oxrie wich en canis meee fu a
York ses was a joke thought | “A tee EU cute ee on top| Dieakes Hedi an. op ee ater §
." wt oo Lon “2 fashion 200 cubits from a well. ¢ n top ait enue fe 100 | Pportunity t
and up by Lois pry Sp _ of this tree are two monkeys. gel i ; r $1 ) and id so, Ty
aan a aio an on One monkey descends and woes nur ound he ii in’ have .
25th anniversary party in honour ther | satisfactory place to keep jt |

onto, Canada. They first stopped
here in February 1948 as intransit

passengers while making a round works in a dress of 1925 vintag









of the magazine for which she








the | Doakes cffered to buy it back se
@

LONDON The offer was accepted

straight to the well. The o
The ignorance of women in |

; straigh yards from
leaps straight upwards
top and then descends to the weil | $80.

2









* a y ane | n110F nro Jey
trip on one of the Canadian bvats. And every woman at the party ares of the|py the hypotenuse. If both pass How much profit did Doake
i 7 it was the last word from| under-developed areas Of y 3 Td eee nineael ce on the three-way,
7 en patente ee oa - pies oe world is cited by a United Nations|over an equal space, how high ane n th ree—way transae.
pe gene ace aan nie group as one of a — = ce pies ir te know the | UTE a,
ich must be urgently tack It is not necessary to Ww THE | us eqen 04 THUD S901 40 3yomteee
Ocean View Hotel. CROSSWORD = pamphlet issued by the U.N.|difference between a cubit ont | jouueo oH -ciseq 3 uaNOg ey =
Son of the late. Mr. Charles Educational Scientific and Cuttu- | foot to solve it. Can _. ood 8 rae ae pu = te
Lyall of this colony, Mr. Lyall is ral Organization says: lcubit was originally repres bd | Sseyoand TeUIBtO OU) “O6$) Og sna

now Manager of the Ontario
Branch of the Canadian Indemnity
Co.












On Round Trip

AKING a round trip on the
“Lady Rodney” is Rev. D. J.

He told

Heard About Barbados

R. AND Mrs. H. G. Binet of
Hamilton, Ontario arrived

first visit to the island by the
“Lady Rodney.” They said that| \§

was under water from floods.

End Of Term Concert

ARRISON COLLEGE will
break off for its Easter
holidays today, and to mark the
end of term a concert was held in
the school hall yesterday after-
noon. It was the first time in the
long and illustrious history of the
College, that such an event was
staged, and the Police Band ren-
dered some fine music. The Glee
Club of the College, led by Mr.
Millington sponsored the pro-
gramme, and Peter King and
Bentley Storey performed well at
the Piano.

SOLUTION





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AXYDLBAAXR
is LONGFELLOW
One letter simply stands for another. In this example A is used
for the three L's, X for the two O's, ete Single letters, apos-
trophies, the length and formation of the words are all hints.
Each day the code letters are different

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OUT SOME OTHER PERSON'S LOSS—PUBLILIUS SYRUS.









a todos los
Visitantes de Venezuela
Pascua

Especial de
a nuestro

BUFFET FROID
DINAMARQUES

de los Domingos

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 te business

on Saturday 8th instant.



BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON
FACTORY LTD.





























































a
ie easy
Waiter--Where’s the

Toothbrush ?
WELLINGTON. A party: gis
lunched in a mid-city reg
then tipped a brush in water
scrubbed her teeth while q
friend showed her filmy teeth in,
broad smile. They are iUSt thy
dental nursing trainees’ at
| For a year one has to clean.
teeth after every meal and ever,
drink (except water) and the
cleans her teeth twice w of

by asioy © sey SaxYPOq “Furyjon

the length of the forearm,
not only im-|trom the elbow to the end of the |
the health |iongest finger).

betterment









“This ignorance
pedes improvement in
of the people and the
of homes but deprives men of the
companionship of marriage and
future generations of enlighte..cd
motherhood.” ;

The pamphlei, first of a series,
covers literacy campaigns, lan-
guage teaching, the use of films
and radio, library and museum
services and the education of
women and girls.

Advice is also given on the
training of field workers, the pre-
parations of education materials
and administration and finance.

“syiqno
sy sdeot

They’Il just have to Simmer

NEW YORK: It is not going
to be so easy for New Yorkers
to escape their summer heat this
year. Air conditioning, the sys-
tem by which theatres, cinemas,
restaurants, many office buildings,
and even some churches keep
cool will be banned, say . the
v xcept with systems
which tte a water over | Thursdays and Sundays. At
and over again. ‘ end of the period experts will i
Also banned—all lawn sprinkling] pare the results of intensive
and garden hosing. casual oral hygiene.









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Concerning nealiu education,
the pamphlet states that where
disease is accepted passively and















TWO DAYS ONLY: WED. & THURS—5 & 8.30 p.m,











































evil fate or to
a — had Se ae 22 pm monly Sencghed S as tine better a the attitude of the P —— ea Elizabeth
- us they had heard 90). et I) este, cel people might immediately be STANWYCK HEFLIN SCOTT in
much about the island while in| 23 Qhange of changed by curative medicine, al-
Canada. They expect to spend . though what is goed in the “THE STRANGE LOVE OF
about two weeks and are staying} 1. ¥ 8 smumber | cditional beliefs should be MARTHA IVERS
at the Ocean View Hotel. >: ee Cy ee want and-| yeserved Good Friday Sat: COLORADO
Mr. Binet is a retired Executive.| “ nj have. (4-3) Seo walla has effective way of taking the “PASSION PLAY” TERRITORY
, : pre ao power out of cults such as} DIAL 8404 FOR RESERVATION
Swamped Out « Resting, piace for one 0 SF 1 \yoodoo”, the pamphlet savs,|
5. Patois of the Cape Dutch. (4 2 to bring them into the Ss ee =
m satoe Gy that the news &: By paying 7 may eet. thie on aan we ive them a place in | , i ; iF
was received in Barbados that! 4 Overseer in Greece. .'(5) local folk-lore. 1) AQUATIC CLUB C INEMA (Members Only):
all seats had been sold for the] 10 ere’s something unhealthy in Fi —(EN:S.) \ TO-NIGHT (THURSDAY) AT 8.30 qt
first West Indian Cricket match] ,, fn Be ies (8) ROBERT NEWTON «> DENNIS PRICE «> HERBERT LOM
at Worcester, filmgoers saw a} 16. One way the legislator sat. (5) MARCEL DALIO ¢» STANLEY HOLLOWAY i
newsreel at a local cinema showing | }}; Pabuse ‘eloae wn ee ox &, GUY MIDDLETON
Worcester Cricket Ground, but it| 21: To her it provides bacon. (3) in “SNOWBOUND”







and introducing MILA PARELY

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. so packed with action that you will love every moment, #

Turistas




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CLUB
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des todas las noches

the extra vitality



para Cenar, Bailar y





Entretenerse.

to resist

Especialisados en cenas
de “steak” desde las 8







p.m. en adelante.

Ki oD
Zo
Me LL

EASTER GIFT
Starting Friday











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- comes out
in the flavour !

And what goes in ? Why, pure

sugar, wheat, fresh eggs and butter—
together with the experience that
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whole world over. So many thrilling
varieties to choose from—lusciously-filled

* Custard Creams ' and ‘ Reading Creams ’,
meltingly-delicious ‘ Shortcake ’, . . all
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‘me A METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER PICTURE

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Music by Harry Warren Lyrics by Ira Gershwin ’
Musical Numbers Directed by ROBERT ALTON *y 1990
* Directed by CHARLES WATERS
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WILD BILL ELLIOTT, ALICE
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Starting Sunday at 9.15 p.m,

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Our OFFICES, HARDWARE and LUMBER








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“THE PASSION PLAY”



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HOUSE OF STRANGERS


THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1950

THE WORLD GOES

TO ROME





























a .
Farmers Sree
On Foot, By Horse, On Crutehes ge ete Cs ee
t anal Zone are learr mg to use
LONDON the new dial telephone system in-~
ROME, Apri} 5 Mini ricu WU ed in | Panam: sity
. £ Minis of ier ug n Panama City,
: CAmmonecs from all over the world were tod: av gather Willian s ined replacing the long overloade
a ing in this capital of Catholicism for the F Easter climax Dae is sritish a cee aida” Cae ee ee
scnen or oritisl its use § ec efore
; of the Church's Jubilee Holy Year, By sea, by air, ca is -2 | which estimated, will cost’ War IT. were
| on foot, on horse-back, pedalling on bicycles, drawing caris ‘bout $20 million
behind them, on crutches, on motorbikes—the pilgrims wer: In his amual farm price review The ‘new cial system vost the
arriving in Rome today, and making straight for the creat Williams told the H ee, Conkle | dina aad Pane
’ s that incre 2&4 2 mea ud lamé agot anc wer
eter’s Square, where they could rest ai ihe feot o! th mons that incre m gc Da Cath call
t. 1 in the prices id er Company) owners of the sysiem,
giant colonnades ringing the Square before they wet ini miik, fat cattle. fat nd more than $2,000,000. It is made
the Basilica. : pigs, from Apri! 1, 1950 jup of two automatic telerhone
Almost every country in the world, except Eastern Acreage payn armers | #&Xchan 2 rith a capacity for
| Europe, was represented in the vast intermingline o, ae Lee ay iter 1,000
eo 4 > dis ued 4s re c there are about 10,0)
| nationalities, languages, ideas, thoughts, united in the sam ag se Me bé-opieatted,). Goith eke
religion. By far the greatest South Williams said he coul requests for new instal-
American pilgrimage to Rome has sone ale Sees hand:= hela’ ua Be Ghe
}come from Argentina and Brazil. a figure —— net effec ts : fe eld uy ’ t
4 ° | No definite figures have been col- measures. @ agreed that it left work
© Russia Walks [recat many ie a certain sum to be foumd either} Gate now may ie salted avect
, ! travel independently, but it was by the Ministry of Food or cor ly m any telephone in the
| R di estimated that at least 40.000 sumers, Car ane witeh has Haw. ar
ut oO ACUIO (have come to Rome from those | He suid the Treasury hag thepCOP?! 2 Bey Yop SARAG. outs
|ecountries since the beginning of advantage of the removal of the}‘ he a ty P. vag a “City
f the Holy Year. Among small feeding stuffs anid fertili sub- hor Che be : ¥ Hoe th .
on erence ieee ie ee vere, sidies but carried the subsi s for cr , tic + i h re Pa eK
Saster are 336 from Venezuela, a grassland and margil PO. Cp ae tees
FLORENCE, small. party from Paraguay, and Phe achiiuher might have To telephone from Panama City
The Soviet Delegation tonight] a few pilsrims from Peru Larger pa & cinml} ce ae ik ell to a Zone phone, however, sub-
out of the International | parties from Argentina and Brazil ewe er marine =F : ribers must cial the long distance
walked P - Increases in consumer prices .
High Frequency Raido conference|were also expected to arrive in Williams declared, would bef °Perator ar ay ll charge.
held here to work out new wave-| Rome before Good Frida } Hams declared, woul I
length for the world Catholic girls from Ane and questions for the Ministry of Food ne company experts said
peland Hungary, Czechoslo-|# bearded philosopher from Al- The National Farme Union period of line congestion of
bakin sik ‘Albania followed the | Sasce, nuns from the Convent of — the Govern t . bout tw« weeks could be antici-
: : ; . okt Bernardo, England, students - Tr der the fu ited while ,Panama City sub-
‘ t delegation which had pro- Saint B lo, England HIS HOLINESS the consumer to ee ic re full I Cit b
Sovie , from Dublin, and from the Sor- ” impact of increased costs of food riber and especially their
tested against the presence at the : | : : . ) ; ‘ : :
(5; fa deledaiien fb bonne of P: he housewives from production The industry, the iret beeame accustomed to
Se sctealist pre B Nashville, esse and spinsters r ° ° i lunion said, was mal direct I the mrar, besa
ationalis f a from Utrecht in Holland, Profes- W est Indies Ca t contribution to 1 retrench —(IN.S.)
| The Soviet delegate, Sefgei}cors from, Cork University, Eire ; n tve }me the price: tk rea
MeMikhoilov, had submitted ajanq boy. scouts from Belgium— | “1. © | Ritinister o ation! oe
‘emotion calling for = eet all went to swell the stream of | At B.L Fair It Awa }announced, —IN.S. ,
of the Nationalist Chinese dele-/the pilgrims which will overflow ry | B :
hg and inviting a delegation] the Basilica of Saint Peter’s on ‘ ~~ ones d it
itrom Mao Tse Tung’s Communist} Easter Day and flood the square Trinidad, Jamaica . ‘
Zovernment. outside, | i LONDON | 2,000 Communist Panama
A secret vote on the motion Dividing “up the nationalities, | Wi uae There is so much rum in Brivain F
ound the Soviet group in the|Italian journalists have described indwards Exhibit tat It can't even be given away, Teach rs il U K
inority and the Russian and|the German pilgrims as the ‘most = ail | parceding HS enact of Olivier bi ers 1 sae PANAMA CITY
n J ¢ feal? ° ay a rom ¢ snndon Correspondent) rbirio! i ite : > ‘
Teft | methodical” — adhering scrupu- Fe a ae ene Re Ou (London) Limited, a Bone wehistoric siant
Sepastern European delegates Teft r oe : Models of an asphalt pitch lake} frm which has ¢ 7 LONDON, April 4 : ise .
: ; > ograr S. ch has gone into volun- I vround sloths ti ve of clephants
lhe conference immediately. squtaly Ne ‘thir eg es and of an oil reservior will be; tary liquidation Prime Minister Clem¢ Attlee | Bround sloth ize of clephants,
Most pious of the pil- among the new exhibits on the| quication id farliament 4 that the} that moved no ter than present
i grims are the Spaniards, the oa . Sas. ; : told Par lame n today lat ; che be a bput
i ialiats. s They “have | _Jinidad stand in the West Indies | Creditors were cold **at the}Government’s pu of Com-|¢ay | t rbout
e p E j poe Sey, y te . | Section of the British Industries | firm owed £12,446 and there was|munists from the Services| @ mile ay have been
q f} ilLandCosts pind me come = Rome ~ Fair to be held from May 8 to 19,/ a deficiency of £8,576. would be “resolutely pursued.” Ved? v6. Pahan
one sole reagon—to pray an imultaneously in London and the Stocks of rum bought for £3,000 He was replying to Conserv MC nd Pest n
; ig : ze ae oe e . gnt » as replying to ervative 1
| “ . enjoy the emotional purifi- Midlands. A new feature, also} were valued at only £750 because! Sir Waldron Smithers iskec I
750 An Inch cation and sanctity of a pil- from Trinidad, will be charts! of, a fall in rum drinking. him to intensify the ai
grimage to the Eternal City. howing the economic progress After cmalgamating with Metro- | view of the facts, infoi _ Accordi Cha re Wel
It is hard to see the difference | the colony over the last 20 years. politan Wine and Spirit Company | names ne had sent hi Gazi chief of Smithsonians
: ye k pan) n i
By C. V. R, THOMPSON. between American tourists and! They shave been prepared by Mr. | Limived, Which acquired all} Mr, Martin Lindasy ¢sked a} ertebrate Paleontolk
HOUSTON, Texas. | pilgrims, the Italian journalists | Shenfield, the colony’s economic} Kerbiriou stock there was a break Prime Minister thoug! ati ( i olleague, Dt
The price of building land has| said. Both groups act like wag will exhibit in the ra market which brought | fectory that there shou!d be 2.00 Ww
Ss > parts st ists, Jamaica ; e it gypsu down etropolitan, als li 1c } sts emploved eache be r 1ge
one up in some parts of Houston, | tourists : | arte tab ta ee eee po also in liqui- | Communists emp!
il capital of Texas, to £750 an The Jubilee Holy Year has bee 1 | Products for the first time. Her | davior Metropolitan coulda not Mr, Attlee replied that membe 1 rilar
Ach—yes, an inth—of frontage.|outstanding feats of piety—in- | Stand will show the use to which | even pay for the Kerbiriou stock,|of the teaching profession had] My ell hinocer-
yell, at the rate I am going I, credibly long pilgrimages on foot | nen tas on and panels 0 be/ it was stated.—_B.U.P. already laid great sti mn the} ¢ k sod ea til
; io : a 2s ~~ bare- “dq 1 put in the construction of houses. ae +f ; 7
h $ / n inch of|Sometimes bare-footed o ne s} | point that whatever the views, } exi V ‘ tha
ae, fear JEOYERE 38 weighted down by a huge wooden | | yeas a ee Bet "ie | ‘hese did not interfer a parent } ve flowe nee the
: “ pe -h| cross. There have not been any | hibited since 7, will also e| teaching. Retiion, DaLpS
No hotel could charge as mues “unusual pilgrimages.” Most col-| featured by Jamaica. Pe een : ra ore
oo, rae gene its guests} .inful of the journeys across For the oe ine aor e : omi » _ 0.000 10,000 rs ago
eve in the IFeenolG, Europe to Rome is that of the! the war, the Windward Islands} 1 ) ipa
- "7 : : : : Tey Tr . "OD >} , Cley
Ihave one of the cheaper rooms) Gountess Hohenan of Bavaria, {| 27€ sending over fresh cocoa pods | nican Bump Removers nt Go! Vie a rial
praee SER 28 8 day. I who is making the pilgrimage on| from the tree. | eS © a, i : , ( yr. White
If I were staying a month, norse back. Ris a L \
could have a roof-top apartment, need Countess is expected to ar- | Much The Same ounce! Ors Devices that eat eer me toa
library, solarium and all, for|yive in Rome on Easter Eve. Two °¢ ° “Bumps” in airplane e| tbe hed tiger anc
ee oe eer Abadaten. os eat Apart from these features, this | a : | imals that crossed the
£700 & month. As it is all! gpa fea eee aa year’s exhibits from the West | 1 e 1es | being tudied in’ Pari 0 ma.land bridge in. the Plets-
era © Uanerocin. 5 teat Aw iy, , St. P ter’s Square | Mdies will be much the same as| premurtE amkeeer Sr ene migratory period eventually
Oh. there are refinements. Some} tion” leading oa a “tcnel is; iM previous years. The staple The specialists are ating | ke found :
echanical monster in the base-| —if by pe am llers, piles of | Products of the Caribbean will DOMINICA, April 4. {problems created by mae
ent, which the management}cleared o sii Ah ws oe oO Fatimid a all be represented. Sugar, rum, Mrs. J. O. Aird jied last Sat-]and altitudes, especially i er} The bones currently being found
saments me to call “the lower level.”’ re ts ng’ aera | cigars, citrus, bananas, coconuts uney at Roseau Hospital after!ence to jet airliners lave. not. being separated locally
eummelivers my air, cooled or heated|'S bulic ; scious | 24 the rest a short sudden illness, The experts—memb being encased in Plaster
oy o vith a very precious r a ie OO i | re den ; P ’ f :
the climate requires, through a io pilgrim ag votes Luigt| , ree India a hope} Mrs. Aird, was wife of the Hon. International Civil Aviation O1 p and shipped to Washing-
é § E I é a ’ 4 J x2 . . Cc ~ “y ya . ¢ eat . y
which’ to hang curtains. ,| ing towards Rome carrying an iteeria ane Sth Serr eee a a“ ative Cou ee nd Presi the pele Nati al ‘ ilread have been un-
are — > j 7, 2 ee =a a . s sent l ary ol a -is @ the possib : yy nter tin
d there ws dim lights—excep jenormous cake of chocolate and of running last year’s West Indies’ merce, Dominica ] re- ; vba, t 5 t " See ;
1€ a which he has made é “Cis will again c : ‘ ‘ ? Zing t A mu | isplay or the mith-
at two of mine are not working | icing, : le aS AN} Section, will again consent to take vtaihs ariiter of the Wale i amdizing throughot pl for the Smitl
hich go on beside the switches | exact model of St. Peter's Basilica} Chorce.’ No arrangements have i. | EW Whit ny OSL Ie. eee baloon system of i Panama museun
ery time they are turned off, sO} and Square. } yet been made about staff, but) “gig jal the ‘ton augnte =
do not have to fumble in the, He will present the cake to the} {he Gommittee hopes it can obtain | ¢ the l te H sr t Hai y Vie a ENS (I.N.S.)
kk. Ip ope .—Reuter. from West Indians living in | Ww h C4 , * re 1 eSLeROr Ryn ne aes - ey 7
SIX BUTTONS which bring me} sa London the services of at least! ees t Winchest Enel ‘i er ‘ha oe ma
ery radio highlight from Boh} one member of each colony to be | “Eh oan Sa eT en) Sanaeeaanee Res Dares ar ane Pag es ete
awammppe to the chimes of Big Ben.| oO on at the stands, — , ' ben pan. pertea . on mabdles at DES ve a
if I prefer, endless recordings | tt ‘n official of the West Indian |é ooh at the; Anglican ne- : Te
Bsoft a. | Committee told me this week that | tery lhe funeré | We rgery theyre n "PRY and gay to
Still, it is just a bedroom. ie U among the Visitors whom it is|attended by ene ‘ ee and 4 y J _
1 | hoped will come to the Fair are | Brownies with which she associ- / j dina
To eat at my hotel almost calls Pri e p ; 4 tle oh + , ay / WENLV O EK
the West Indian cricketers tour-|ated for many years as the Brown / I ma ey
a eel ae I shi. There} MANCHESTER | ing England this summer + 7
ends to dinner tonigh he The ¥ West Indian Sea h ath ka
ai: olga reas ———— elpS To Keep way.
a Po, for in Texas you | Island cotton has risen three- elp bie ‘ f tt em.
é to bring your own is 1 bale following a barter : "
> pence a Dale € 5 j
bottle. |deal between Egypt and Russia LICENCES NEEDED PRIDE | says ELSIE the BORDEN cow
< his was our menu: Four|under which Russia gets 30,000 LONDON | pe
Sebwns, a small fillet steak (good) |Lles of Eavptian cotton in cx-| Trade an- | WOODFORD GREEN, Es,, Eng. “eo MILK
’ | } ly recent Board of Trade an-| ; : ‘Aage
ench beans (undercooked) frie4 | chang: ' grain bs saan aaa lasses was listed Frantisek Skoumal, a glassware ‘
atoes (overcooked), salad | The Raw Cotton Bulk-Buying pe ee ey gee | ane packer, pleaded guilty to stealing nares’) BERST UN | PREFERENCE THE WORLD OVER
ing baked Alaska (althouch | Commissi has raised at elling | port i from certain countries; Some pieces from his employer aah te = SEE
er using ten matches the waiter | prices fon pe corron bY rock | without restrictions, This com-| His cook was that he was so :
ld not light the brandy that} pence a bale East Indian sor’) modity was included in error and|proud of his work that he we ¢ f re
Pkes it flame). and coffee j Staple is to be from =~ ppenet ® | in consequence individual licences; them home to show his wife. | Na : a
he hill-—£16 Someone worked | fou ur-pence dearer Dk. will still be necessary for the im- was acquitted i | ‘
At out at 7s. 6d. a mouthful. | port of molasses from any country (CP.) .
Y HOTEL, the largest built in | eM A 5
|
erica since the war, and the Musician Pics 4 y
Se xurious, accor 1 re "
q ae cording to we NEW YORK & 4 *
i is calle lz. | bd ; >
erica, Is called the Shamrock. | Kurt Weill, who wrote the mu- )
t does not take long for the | cic for the German version. of ;
wer to er on to the fact that |The Beggars Opera,” has die I
Tr oa motif. tales here, aged 50. Weill studied mu- f
eee ae nena te are green.) sic in Berlin and produced hi
*n dominates the immense | °'° va. Othe’ Dectaanniet’ |
BPPY The Festauranh yw pee, | Gret. opera, 1996. =
dinner, is 1e¢ ©=Emeralc “ eo . borat-
Room. For several years he collabora
. wi y > le ] t
The specially painted oils in its | ed 2 the German Playwrigh
00 rooms all have green in| Brecht. = ial
em. Altogether there are 63 In the United States, Weill
ferent shades of green in the| wrote the music for oe pro
Ww : ; ar ‘tions, including “Lady. in th:
or. Even the exit signs are | ductions, i y
vo instead of red. ‘ Dark,”. | 1é NEW
OU REGISTER in green ink. Rs
id the water in the harp-shaped A
>
imming pool is green-tinted. | 100 Wi 1ves ttac ‘k
lionaire Glenn McCarthy | ; |
it the Shamrock much as we 4D W omen |
buld build a chicken house—Dy



ying out in cash as he went

ST. NAZAIRE, April 5,
ong.

‘ Forty women metal workers had
The total bills their clothes torn, some ripped
arly £8,000.000. \right off, when wives of strikers
For any return on his money | jumped from ambush to-night and

the Shamrock must rent 80 per attacked them in a tough merciless
cent, of its rooms every night free for all. Two special riot
for an average of £6 a room, squads and a large force of ordin-
Mr. McCarthy will not say what lary police Went into action +o

‘ Shamrock has done. rescue the workers,.niany injured,
Is first-year figures give suc! hl from the hundred angry wives.

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7 amps have been served every ae eet port Pto-night
the valets pressed 10.765 after a mass meeting of 1,000
oo striking metal workers and their
More detailed figures would, he families. Strikers wives marched
Ys, be “too much help to our through the grey streets to, a
_. naval construction factory, still
ms Tumour, will not, be | partly working, and asked the
Se et ne Shamrock, for, ldirecto: to receive a delegation.
r all its green, is somewhat in | He said he. would see only three
rm {women ahd then only after the
| others had dispersed from the
é ven | factity gates a a
, 7 | In his statement on is
Ue Commits Suicide \the Hague, Mr. Shinwell said a |
i | various bodies ie
3 . +) + ~ty t €
f iu Prison Cell | Atsntic Trea
: 1 a x t { ‘
if Se a; BERLIN The . ;
hic four year-old Dr, Fr lans coul
: : nieuw ner, pro-Nazi Secretar us i
fe the Prussian Ministry ee seit taady
: ance, has committed suicide “Phere we difficultis
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—|Passport To Privilege

by George Bilainkin



Thursday, April 6, 1950



Public Service

IT has always been the good fortune of
Barbados to be able to produce men of the
“necessary ability to fill her public offices
“with distinction. This has especially been
the case with the Legislature. In the long
history of her representative institutions
there have been many who have rendered
outstanding service. Among these must
be included the Hon. D. G. Leacock who
now retires from the Presidency of the
Legislative Council.

’

Mr. Leacock like many of his colleagues
in the Council, had served an apprentice-
ship in the House of Assembly. It was
no doubt this experience which made his
contributions to the work of the Council
more valuable and he was able to counsel
his younger colleagues against decisions
which might at times weigh against the
reputation of that body for sane and un-
biassed discussions of public issues. His
knowledge of business, not only in Barba-
dos but as it affected other West Indian
colonies led to his selection to represent
the West Indies at the Ottawa Trade Con-
ference and his intimate knowledge of the
sugar industry to his appointment as
representative of Barbados on the Colonial!
Advisory Panel at the International Sugar
Conference in 1937. But these are merely
the sidelights of the long continued service
which Mr. Leacock has never hesitated to
give to this country.

The time for a panegyric has fortunately
not yet come but at the end of a period
of service such as Mr. Leacock has ren-
dered in the Council it is fitting that there
should be public acknowledgment.

From his knowledge garnered over a
period of years in business and other inter-
ests in this island Mr. Leacock was able to
make a worthwhile contribution to the
conduct of public affairs. As President of
the Council he succeeded a long line of
illustrious men whose names are bound up
with the history of Barbados during the
last half century and whose work cannot
easily be forgotten. Sir William Chandler
who was President for 15 years until 1928
was unique in that he served on the
Judiciary as well as in the Legislature; he
was succeeded by Sir John Randall Phil-
lips, the most popular and respected mem-
ber of the medical profession in this island.
Then followed a period of service by Sir
John Hutson and by Mr. Clifford Thorne,
who was an outstanding member of both
branches of the Legislature and an unyield-
ing champion of the cause of the sugar
industry in this island, To add to this
tradition Mr. Leacock brought his peculiai
contribution : an unsurpassed knowledge
of commerce, and a deep knowledge and
understanding of human nature, not only
in Barbados, but in a larger world outside,
His work as a member of the Executive
Council has most effective
though unobtrusive. In this function he
has been able to make a truly great con
tribution to the orderly government ana
the political progress of Barbados. Mr.
Leacock, who is just as likely to set Bar-
badian problems against similar problems
in Puerto Rico or even against a particular
problem as far afield as Scandinavia or the
United Kingdom, is refreshingly free from
that unpleasant urgent clamant charactet
and

also been

which is exemplified too frequently today
in all climbing societies

His deep and genuine simplicity of char-
acter, his religious faith, have, coupled with
his wide experience of the world outside
Barbados, given the people of this island
a statesman of true worth. His retirement
will be a loss to the community. But
privacy is a small return of thanks which
this island owes him in such great measure.

Should His Majesty the King delight to
honour Mr. Leacock with any honours,
whether a Knighthood or other distinction,
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Author and Correspondent among the Diplomatic Corps in Condon

LONDON’S most select and
officially pampered guests—you
know them by the black and white
CD which gives distinction and
privilege to their cars—have twice
been challenged in the past seven
days.

Once, in a report that the Gov-
ernment is considering a plan
to confine Iron Curtain diplomats
to a 30-mile ring around London's
Court of St. James's.

And, again, in a question in the
House of Commons. This suggested
that since London’s CD cars had
increased from 294 in 1939 to 780
by last ygar, the whole question of
privilege needed looking into,

Who are the 780, what do they
get out of their privileges, and
what is life like inside this
exclusive circle?

Since the Russians are most
closely concerned by the threat-
ened cut in privileges, let us
examine the headquarters of
Stalin’s men in London.

For them, life centres on Har-
rington House, No. 13, Kensington
Palace-gardens, which atom spy
Dr. Emil Klaus Fuchs is reported
to have visited.

Stalin’s There

THIS grey, forbidding building
looks like a Cromwellian fortress.
The private road where it stands
has uniformed guardians, and is
known as ‘Millionaires’ Row.” It
includes the embassies of France,

Nepal, Iraq, Norway, and the
legation of Syria.

The visitor to No. 13 climbs
worn stone steps, and when he
has rung the bell, is examined
through a panel by _ English-

speaking commissionaires brought
here from Russia

Inside, the large lounge is
solemnly gay with flowers in
enormous bowls, with dark settees,
with many easy chairs. A portrait
in oils of the man of steel, Stalin,
in top boots, dominates the room.

The lounge—roofed by 63 im-







posing glass panels—leads to the
tidy study of Ambassador Georgi
Zarobin, a wide-chested man,
tall, with thick eyebrows. This
once-starving orphan is now in
1, returned, he says, on
“personal business.”
He left Moscow at 13, and out

of his 15 roubles monthly spent
five on evening classes in a second-
ary school. In 1918, at the age of

18, he was in the Red Army as a

technical officer

He came here in 1946, after being

| Russ
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principal of a_ section of the
Narkomindel (Russia’s Foreign
Office) and envoy in Canada

He fishes a little, reads
biographies, but not, he assured
}me coldly a few days ago, “your
study of Tito.”

Facing Mr. Zarobin’s garden is



‘They Face A Period Of Tribulation In The Wilderness’

What Will Become Of The

| Tories Now ?

WHAT has happened to the
Tories? The Socialists should com-
mand only a bare majority in the
Commons, but their position grows
stronger every day

On the first vote of censure the
Socialist majority was 14, a few
days later it had risen to 25, and
jon the snap division last week,
j forced by the Tories, the majority
had jumped to 48

The trouble with the Tories is
that they are a party divided
They have often spoken of the

divisions in the Liberal Party, but
their own condition is far worse
than anything which the Liberals
have experienced in this Parlia-
ment

Always Divided

SOME of them want to march
against the Government on every
possible occasion

Others do not want to march
at all

Some of them want to put the
Government out as soon as possi-
ble

Others want to keep the Social-
ists in office for two years so that
Mr. Attlee and his colleagues,
having sown the wind, may reap
the whirlwind



The Tories are equally divided
on the case of Seretse Khama. The
Liberals wish to move a vote of
censure on the Government's mis-
handling of this sorry affair. The
Tories will not co-operate.

Yet they condemn the Liberals
with scorn and contumely if the
Liberals refuse to co-operate with
them in their own votes of censure

The Tories do not believe in

——————

the sun loggia, the dining room.
A staircase sweeps to the square
gallery above.

Here are the offices for senior
diplomatists, the private flat for
the Ambassador, and his library.
Kitchens, lesser dining-rooms,

garages, are below stairs, close to



famous _air-raid
shelter, where former U.S.
Ambassador Joseph Kennedy
badly bumped his forehead by
forgetting the low ceiling.

About 60 Soviet men (and their
wives) enjoy diplomatic privileges
in London, and occupy several
mansions in the same road.

Mr. Maisky’s

Comparison

HOW does this compare with
the diplomatic missions of the
U.S.A., in their “little America”
in Grosvenor-square? The United
States has about 260 on the
official list entitled to full diploma-
tic favours.

The total number employed in
the U.S. embassy is nearer 1,000,
all entitled to limited privileges.

Many of these Americans are
working here for the U.S. armed

forces and the Marshall aid
delegations.
They have taken to parking

their cars in double lines, present-
ing the passer-by with the finest
crop of CD labels in London.

Another touch exclusive to the
Americans is the “Shop,” where
fresh meat (expensive) and all
varieties.of ix.ported U.S. delica-
cies in tins are available unration-
ed to the staff.

What of the smaller nations?
Haiti, the romantic Negro republic,
has five privileged persons in
London. One of them, Mlle. Giselle
Duvigneaud — daughter of a
French-speaking ex-editor who
left prison to become Minister
here—is named as the “beautiful
brunette” of the diplomatic colony.

Contrasts

THE Bulgarians have four to
five people here entitled to diplo-

iby Charles Wintour

mutual co-operation. They only
believe in unilateral co-operation.

Then some of the Tories are
opposed to the practice of mixed
marriages, but they wish to make
a stand for the principle that the
Empire is all-embracing.

Others see every reason for
mixed marriages, Dut no reason at
all for the marriage of a native
chief with a white woman.

But the fundamental weakness
of the Tory Party to-day, a weak-
ness that only time can heal, is
the division between the rich and
well-born section of the party and



Teday’s Thoughts

“No evil that is due to wide-
spread economic causes can be
cured by private philanthropy.
the sufferings and hardships
of the people can thus be
ameliorated, but national
effort on constructive lines is
needed to cure the diseases of
the body politic.”

—Sir PERCY ALDEN,



“To produce a next genera-
tion of wider rather than
higher intelligence,. .. . and
more capable of independent
thought, no subjects of a
school curriculum are more
impo: t than these ‘three;
handicrafts, mathematics, and
poetry. These are the germ-
inal subjects — the keys to
every art and science.”

—A. ROMNEY GREEN.

In “Contemporary Review”

matic privileges, the Poles 26 and
sometimes 27 (including a woman
as first secretary), Panamani
ans seven, the Yu vs 23 (in-
cluding two women on the diplo-
matic staff).

All together in Belgrave-square
stand the embassies of Spain,
Saudi-Arabia, Mexico, the Argen-
tine, and, at No. 1, the legation
of Rumania.

Bearded, splendidly robed in
long flowing silks, Saudi-Arabia’s
Sheik Hafiz Wahba has an unusual
distinction for a diplomat. He was
sentenced to prison by the deputies
of King George V. in the Kaiser
war and was decorated at Buck-
ingham Palace by King George
VI. with the K.C.V.O.

The most striking contrast in
neighbours? Near the Russians is
the nome of Mme. Rene Massigli,
the much-publicised French Am-
bassadress. Her adventures in
fashion and lavish entertaining
give more than one woman’s share
of gaiéty and brilliance to the
diplomatic colony.

Medals. Stars...

THOSE, then, are some of the}
people—medalled, ribboned, and|
starred—who dominate a corps of {
60 ambassadors, ministers and}
high commissioners in London,
who in the news pages appear to
step from a succession of flawlessly
served courses in one dining room
to another.

Outside wait the liveried
chauffeurs, whose normal beat is
from one piece of inviolable
foreign territory to another.

The enviable CD plate on their
-ars offers more than a salute
from the police. It means that
their masters do not pay a tax
on the car or buy a licence for it;
they are not summoned for major
or minor indiscretions.

Petrol ... Food

THE envoys—but not lesser fish
in the Diplomatic Corps—carry a
splendid metal disc to show to any

inquir‘ng policeman; they also
carry a generous allotment of
petrol coupons, issued by the

Foreign Office. There are extra
food rations, too, for the Corps
Diplomatique.

In their vast mansions, they live
in a world dominated by gilt
tables at which are served the
world’s best wines and spirits (at
prices free of tax or duty for senior
diplomatists), and cigars of quality
which they alone have sampled
since 1939.

To all this—and to the burdens
of diplomacy in a touchy world—
the letters CD are the passport

L.E.S.

the new professional members who
have sprung up to challenge them,
making politics their career and
enjoying no other means of sup-
port.

Last Fighting Men

45 Mr. wh. 2.
revealed recently’ in one of his
penetrating columns of political
comment, some of these men are
even criticising Churchill, their old
war-horse, the basis for all their
fortunes, whose prestige and
aggressiveness alone collected the
formidable mass of Tory votes at
the last election. Churchill, wit)
the sole exception of Oliver
Lyttelton, seems to be the only
fighting man left on the Tory
Front Bench. He and Lyttelton are
the Fighting Pair.

And some foolish Tories would
like to put him out to pasture.

' The Tory Future

WHAT will become of the
Tories now? All these divisions,
difference and _procrastinations
will bring them down in the esti-
mation of the people. They will
lose stature and with it lose their
hopes of affice.

So they face a period of tribula-
tion in the wilderness. There they
must learn afresh the basic tenets
of their faith. They must learn,
too, the virtues of unity and the
evils of dissension.

Above all, they must learn to
bid farewell to fear. A party that
is afraid of its future will never
have more than a past.

WORLD COPYRIGHT RESERVED
L.E.S.

Cummings

|

in A World Of Gilt Chairs, Brilliant Women The Clue In That Kremlin

Banquet

By Sefion Delmer
Far Is The Far East ...?.

WHAT a good thing it is that coffee is not
rationed in Britain, “For there is no more soporific
job than reading Russian newspapers and monitor-
ing reports of the Soviet radio.

If they had not had plenty of coffee to keep
them awake and lively, the backroom boys who
comb through both for portents of Soviet intentions
might ezsily have missed a certain Kremlin “court
sircular.” It was the one (it has just reached
London) which followed the banquet given by
Stalin for the Chinese Communist boss Mao Tse-
tung, in honour of the signing of the new Soviet-
Chinese alliance.

More easily still might have been missed the
highly significant tit-bits the circular contained
about the Ambassador and the Deputy Commissar.

Painstakingly and dutifully our backroom boys
scanned the list of guests in the Kremlin commun-
ique.

There, lo and behold, they found that the Deputy
Commissar of the Manchurian Regional Adminis-
tration had been given precedence over Mao Tse-
tung’s Ambassador in Moscow. |

THEY'RE STICKLERS

IT is not difficult to imagine the anger of the,
Chinese at this deliberate slap in their in-any-case
hypersensitive faces.

Deliberate it must have been. For in matters of
precedence the Kremlin egalitarians are sticklers
for the strictest protocol. In the art of separating
the V.I.P. from the V.I.P. Indeed they beat
even the Lords of Louis XIV’s bedchamber.

By giving priority over the accredited Ambas-
sador of the Chinese Government to a man who is
(1) only the official of a provincial authority
allegedly suberdinate to the Chinese Central Gov-
ernment, and (2) not even the head of that author-
ity but its deputy head, the Russians were un-
doubtedly staging a minor, but not the less very
important, political demonstration.

I believe that in this incident we have a vital
clue to the new Soviet policy in the Far East,
hitherto kept as secret as the secret clauses otf
Stalin’s treaty with Mao Tse-tung. It is good that
we should know what it is. For although that policy
aims immediately at the men and women of Mos-
cow, Peking, and Harbin its effects will be felt
equally in Manchester, Peckham and Hudders-
field.

As I see it, this Russian snub to the Chinese
Ambassador means two things:—

1. Far from keeping their promises and hand-
ing back Manchuria to the Chinese now that Chin:
has a pro-Soviet Government, the Russians are
determined to hang on to it. They are according])
treating Manchuria not as a part of China but—
like the Japanese before them—as an independen
puppet State. Its highest dignitaries. therefore

RANE CE eT 8

outrank the ambassadors of other States in
Moscow .
2. Stalin has given the highest priority to

the military preparation—defensive and offensive—
now being made by the Russians in Eastern
Siberia, where the Soviet Union, to all intents
borders on the United States and Canada.

He has put the exigencies of preparing for a



possible Arctic war with the Americans above ~
the political need to save the face of the Chinese | ¥%
Communists, and avoid the risk of their being %

provoked into a Titoist rebellion.

Above all, he has put Russia’s military pre-
paredness in Siberia ahead of the clandestine
war against the British in Malaya, the French in
Indo-China, and Western trading interests gen-
erally throughout South-East Asia.

HE’LL RISK ALL

+

FOR this clandestine war is being waged under | â„¢

the direction of Chinese Communists. ‘It is )
being supplied from China and financed by Chin-

ese If China went Titoist, that war woulc

almost certainly peter out, just as did ‘farsha

Tito’s guerrilla campaign in Greece,

Stalin is prepared to risk all this in order to
hold on to Manchuria. His experts have told him
that Manchuria is essential to Russia’s military
plans in Siberia because it is the only practical
source of food supplies for the armies of workers
and soldiers now encamped in Siberia,

Clearly this brush between the Ambassador
and the Deputy Commissar, and the whole situa-
tion it reveals, presents an opportunity which|
our diplomats and political warriors could exploit

From what I saw and heard, however, during
my recent trip across South-East Asia, I believe
the risk which Stalin is taking is a fairly safe one,

On the evidence I was given he has every reason
to consider Mao Tse-tung as safely in the Russian
pocket for the next five years at least.

Famine is sweeping China and with
lence.

Banditry, which always accompanies famine in
China, and usually follows in the wake of a war,
is once more raising its head.

The new Communist Governmeht is already
finding considerable difficulty in asserting its
authority in the newly conquered territory. It
has had to appeal to Russia for more help.



it pesti-

IN addition to Soviet staff officers, political
and administrative advisers, it has now had to
summon Russian troops.

Soviet military units, mostly anti-aircraft troops
equipped with German-made anti-aircraft guns,
have—--so I was told by a Chinese who had just
come? from there—now made their appearance
in Nanking and Shanghai.

The American sponsored Government of Mao
Tsetung’s antagonist Chiang Kaj-shek is proving
itself as corrupt, incapable, and unpopular in its
lant-ditch refuge on the island of Formosa as ever
it did on the mainland of China.

Vast cases of American machinery supplied
under aid plans, I was told, can be seen lying
broken open, rusting, and rotting on the wharves
of Port Keelung.

The ruthless oppression of the native population
by Chiang’s army and Chiang’s politicians has
created another pro-Communist fifth column long-
ing for liberation by the Chinese Reds

NO NURSING

THROUGHOUT South-East Asia the alliance
between Communism and the anti-Westernism of
Western-educated Asiatics hungry for power has
produced a revolutionary situation which requires
no nursing from Moscow,

On top of all this come:

(a) The continued concentration of the Western
world on the European front in the mistaken
notion that the Far East is still far away;

(b) On top of that the dangerously conflicting
policies of the Western Powers in the Far Eastern
theatre.

All these are factors which must encourage Stalin
and his Politburo advisers.

L.E.S.



PPPS POSES

To, The Editor, The Advocate,

SIR—I am probably one of a
great many of your readers who
have read the S.C.A.C. Report in
your columns with the closest
attention but who do not feel that
the expression of our individual
views on a very technical subject
is likely to have much influence
on the course of events.

All would, I am sure, join with
me in expressing admiration of
the magnificent job done by your
type setters and proof-readers in
producing so vast a quantity of
material almost without error, 10
Jess than of the public spirited
action of the “Advocate” itself in
incurring so great an expense at

no extra cost to your reade:

Perhaps an utsider”, without
venturing to make uggestion
regarding details which concern
only the areas to be federated
ma offer one t

which are basic.

In regard to the Franchise, the
Committee recommends universal
adult suffrage and, based upon
that, discusses at some length the
systems in certain areas — the
U.S.A., U.K., Canada and Aus-
tralia—in which government so
based appears to function. Had
they looked beyond this area—
predominantly Anglo-Saxon in
background—they would have
observed other areas, such as
France, Italy and Greece, where
this same form of Government i8
a lamentable failure. It would be
rash to attempt to predict into
which group the W.1I. Federation
is the more likely to gravitate

It is pertinent to point out that
a constitution can work effectivel
only when it is in the hands of at
electorate fitted by t era t
and experience to make it w

An alternative yste which
might



for a population even more het-
erogenous than that of the pro-
posed Federation and therefore
provision was made for the re-
presentation of minority groups,
including even the much-traduced
European trading community.
Something of this kind might
well have been put forward for
the Federation in which it ap-
pears, in effect, that the produc-*
tion of primary commodities for
export upon which the whole
economy of the area is based, is
to be placed wholly at the mercy
of the field labourers—if they
choose to exercise the power
which universal syffrage will
place in their hands. There are
those who, for .Jlterior motives,
will see to it that they do so
The proposed safeguard afford-
ed by the veto of the Governor-
General is wholly illusory in
tice, since the political reper-
ts exercise 1
verwhelmir

prac




could lead directly to disaster.
The whole scheme seems to me
to offer too much and too soon
thereby ensuring perpetual agi-
tation in regard to any with-
holding of suggested powers which
may well occur when the pro-
posals come before the Govern-
ments of the individual territories.

S. S. TYLER
April 3, 1950
Noise

To the Editor, The Advocate
SIR,—-Noise! Noise! Noise! Tune
your Radio to London for the
News, to Trinidad or British Gui-
ana for Religious Worship, or to

the U.S.A. stations for enter
tainment of any kind mear
Noise! Noise! Noise!

Why are people permitted to
use all kinds of electrical appli-

ances in their homes, garages, or
workshops, unless same were pro-
perly suppressed in

accoraance

with the Law under the Wireless
Act.

It is my considered opinion
that were Radio owners in th’s
island to unite and refuse, under
such conditions, to pay ten shil-
lings into the treasury every year
during the month of July, our
Government Electrical Inspector
would soon put a stop to this
nuisance and take the necessary
measures to afford Radio listen
ers the protection they are en-
titled to under the Law of our
jand.

Hoping this may catch the eye
of our gallant representatives for
the parish of St. Michael, in the
House of Assembly.

RADIO BAY STREET

Passion Play

To, The Editor, The Adv
SIR,—I hope some consider:

tion be given Cinema ‘an n

keeping with their religious habit

of visiting the cinemas on Good
Fridays to see the Passion Play
of our Lord.

It is true however, that many
have seen the film in the. past,
but there is a love which
deeper and dearer in the hearts
of those who saw the suffering
on Calvary of the Redemption of
a lost world, and feel it their duty
to renew their visit yearly.

For the past three months, due
to Electricity cuts by the com-
pany, cinemas can only show
every other night, with this
schedule it will be quite impo ssi-
ble for the many thousands to sec
the film

this year
Could not the Electric Com
pany and managers of variou
nemas have some shows ar- {

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THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1950



Why Your |
Rice Now |
Costs More

7 PRICE of rice wnicn untu
Monday was six cents per pint

has been increased to seven
cents.

This is one of the effects of
devaluation, the Controller oi
Supplies told the “Advocate
yesterday.

The Rice Marketing Board ot

British Guiana, he said, have
made out a case to the colonies to
whom they supply the commodity,
for an increase in the price, anu
this has been approved—at any
rate bx barbados ana iriniaau.

Their case which was consiuereu
a good one, was wat aue |
devaluation tne cost of proauciiou
had increased and tne proauce:
haa to be paid more.

A bag of 180 ibs of rice now
costs nere 313.00. 1 was lormerty
$11.52.

ME WIDENING of the roaa at

the corner of Bridge Street,
opposite the Victoria priage, 1s
nearly completed and aireaay
traffic is making use of tne enu
nearest to Messrs. Barnes & Co,
The road engine was silll working
yesterday levelling off the roaa,

The pavement by the car park,
which is in alignment with the
other pavement along the Foun-
tain Garden, is completed.

Work on the footpath over the
Victoria Briage is also going aneau
rapidly and it is expectea tat
this will shortly be openea ww
pedestrians.

R. KENNETH R. HUNTE

St. Lawrence Gap, C4itisc
Church, reportea that nis unoccu-}
piea house “Caraiem’, situateu 1:
the same gap, was broken anu
entered between Thursuay last
and Tuesday and 16 plates anu
three dishes valued $8v.ou were



en.

R. ERIC GATES, baritone,

will be guest soloist at ot.
Paul’s Church this evening when
the St. Paul’s Choir gives a re-
cital of Maunder’s “Olivet To)
Calvary.”

The recital will start at 8.0U
p.m. Other soloist are Misses E.
Husbanas, W. Burke and C, Caesar,

MOTOR CAR, owned and
driven by Jojan Jackman of

Bay Street was damaged in an,
accident on Holetown Road, St.)
James, at about 2.00 a.m. on
Tuesday. A van was also involved.
T ABOUT 10.20 P.M. on Tues-
day a fire of unknown

!
origin broke out at Pool oe |
tion, St. John and destroyed three

|

and three quarter acres of third
crop ripe canes, The canes are
the property of the Trustees of the
Estate of W. H. Trolloppe,
were insured,

NOTHER CANE fire, also of

unknown origin broke out at
Sen House Grove Plantation, St
Philip, and destroyed six and a
quarter acres of second crop ripe
canes.

and

This _ fire gurréd at about
8.45 p.m. on Tuesday. The canes
aréthe property of Four Square
Ltd., and were insured.

Death Of Sir
Spencer Davis

The death occurred in London
of Sir Spencer (Stuart) Davis, lave
Governor of St, Helena at the age
of 75 years.

Sir Spencer Davis was the son
of the late Honourable Benjamin
Davis and a member of an old
St. Kitts family.

He was educated at Dean Close
School, Chelvenham, and called to
the Bar of Gray’s Inn in 1915. He
returned to the Leewards. where
he joined the local Civil Service
and served in the Customs and
Treasury. As a member of the
St. Kitts-Nevis Defence Force he
acted as adjutany in 1899 and wag
later attached to the Exchequer
and Audit Department in London.

Mr. Davis then served in the
Gold Coast in the Treasury De-
partment until he was appointed
Treasurer in 1917. This appoint-
ment he never took up because of
his service in Tanganyika, From
the post of Treasurer he became
Chief Secretary and Administra-
tor’s Depury.

He served in the Secretariat in
Palestine after his admission to
the administrative. His promo-
tion came rapidly and he repre-
sented Palestine a’ Constantinople
in connection with the Ottaman
Public Debt and Chairman of the
Standing Committee for
merce and Industry in 1928.

He was appoinved Officer admin-
Sstering the Government of Pales-
tine and Acting High Commission-
er for Trans-Jordan, In 1932 he
Was appoited Governor of St.
ed from which he retired in

Com-




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Not Quire Carnes, ts tr?





gemes

don acpeer £



Wouldn’t Stop On.
Left: Must
Pay $9.60

JAMES LORD, a chauf-
feur of Peterkin Land was
yesterday found guilty of
failing to stop the lorry
M.1230 along Bank Hail
Road on the left side of the
road so that the Fire Bri-
gade Engine could move
freely to a fire.

Mr. A. J. H. Hanschell,
Police Magistrate of District
“A” before whom the case
was heard, imposed a fine
of $9.60.

Put on Bond
Vor Receiving

“It would appear th:t you were
‘volved in the raids carried out
in the Maxwell area along with
your relatives, but there is no
evidence against you therefore 1
am dealing with you as a first
offender for receiving,” His Hon-
our the Chief Justice remarked
to Clyde Green at Tuesday's
Sitting of the Court of Grand
Sessions. Green was placed on a
personal bond of £25 to keep tne
peace for 18 months. He was also
put on 18 months’ probation.



Earlier in the Session an Assize
Jury found Green guilty of receiv-
ing. He was charged along, with
Reuben and Lionel Green with
breaking and entering and re-
ceiving.

Mr. J. S. B. Dear, who appeared
on behalf of Clyde Green, told

the Court that Clyde Green had}

no previous convictions and was
a married man with a large
family but was lead astray, He
said that Capt. Brooks had made
enquiries and had received one
letter which recommended Clyde
Green as a boy with a good char-
acter. He therefore asked His
Honour to be lenient.

His Honour told Clyde Green
that the Court would give him a
chance to make good. The choice
was between his wife and ¢ “-
dren and Glendairy Prison.

Did Not Stop

Azie Abrahams of Brittons Hill
was fined 40s. to be paid in
fourteen days or one month's im-
prisonment by His Worship Mr.
A. J. H. Hanschell yesterday
when he was found guilty of not
stopping at a major road while
driving the motor car M681 on
January 22.





WATERFRONT STRIKE
STAGED IN ANTIGUA
Fort Amherst Leaves Without Unloading

(From Our Own

Correspondent)
ST. JOHN’S, April 5.

THE Antigua Labour Union created a unique pre-
cedent yesterday by calling a waterfront strike because the

firm of

Knight, shop steward of th
8 Sugar bond. -

The pee 3 Semanding that|
Ou. Suspended and
demoted to labourer because of
ged insubordination to the
Prraident of the Union the Hon.
zt Bird. Brysors maintain that
q Ssue does nct apply to labour
er Brysons are satisfied
with Knight’s work and see no|
to comply with the Union's |
/Tequest unless justifiable proof is|
produced showing that Knight's |
employment fs contrary to labour!
regulations. A meeting with the|
acting Administrator Mr. Ross|
collapsed because Mr.‘ Bird de-|
manded Knight’s demotion or the
continuance Of the strike
The “Fort Amherst” arrived
to-day and left shortly after car-
Â¥ying with it 99 bags of mail and |
. tons of cargo some of which|
ey required by the sugar|
ustty. Pickets are patroliing



Bennett Brysons declined to victimise William

e Union and foreman of the

) the wharf area and thousands at- [resumes
~address the Jury.

tended last night's labour meet-
ing and the union anticipates 2
solid front by estate and factory

(By Cable)



What’s On Today

Court of Grand Sessions at
10.00 a.m.

Athletic Sports at Speights-
town Boys’ School at 1.30

p.m.

Basket Ball at Modern High
School at 5.00 p.m

Football at Kensington at
5.00 p.m

Mobile Cinema, Grazettes
Pasture, St. Michael, at
7.30 p.m.

en emnnEEEnEnnameT

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Tare ee Beans
READY To Take / 4
A @urcy Rot AND
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OR ANY OF You, Ric
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE



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ONE MONTH FOR

BODILY HARM
Two Must Keep The Peace

AT the sitting of the Court of Grand Sessions yester-
day, a month in the first division was imposed on Charles
Forde, of Horse Hill, St. Joseph for inflicting grievous bod-
ily harm on Joseph Spooner of Sherbourne, St. John on
July 2, 1949. Forde had pleaded guilty the previous day.

Se enn IS, PEOOee Tee” Cutefe saeoS

Sir Allan Collymore presided
while the prosecution was con-
ducted by Mr. W. W. Reece, K.C.
| Prince Forde and Lionel Gibson
of St. Joseph who were charged
along with Forde, were found
guilty and each bound over in his
jown recognizance for 12 months
jto keep the peace and be of good
behaviour.

They were all represented by
Mr. E. K. Walcott, K.C., wio
pleaded the leniency of the Court.
In doing so he said that there
was no malice as far as_ the
accused were concerned. They
were told by the Police to go and
watch their land. As regards to
Charles he was told that he had
one previous conviction for assault
and battery in 1947.

Firstly Mr, Walcott said that
he thought it was His Honour's
experience as it was the experi-
ence of his learned friend and
himself that the punishment of
putting a man on bond, was one
of the most salutary ones. It was
important. that in such a_ bond,
I

the record of the court showed] that he had delivered it.

that people never came _ back
except in a few rare instances.

The man placed on bond took
it as a serious punishment and
that type of punishment had done
remarkably good to the commun
ity.

Sei mespect

He then referred to Charles’
willingness to take the blame and
went on to say that: the circum-
stances under which he _ had
committed the offence were such
that he asked His Honour to
regard the punishment in the
light of its value to the communi-
ty. It was that type of punish-
ment that would help the accused
Charles to retain his self respect
‘and also help him to climb the
hill again.

Mr. Walcott said that the case
was one of the most unfortunate
ones that had come before the
Court. The accused were all
youflg boys who were trying to
safeguard their father’s property
from anyone who came there.
|The Sergeant of the district had
,made enquiries about Charles’
conduct and it was found that
he had a good character. He
therefore pleaded that he should
not be sent to prison.

, Addressing the accused the
|Chief Justice told them that
| they were all charged with griev-
ous bodily harm. They all knew
that in that case, the man
‘Spooner who got certain injuries,
had asked for them and had got
them, because it had been pointed
out that he had stolen fodder
from nearby and was crossing
their land which they were watch-
ing on instructions from the

Police.

To Charles he said: “I take it
that you are sorry for what you
have done as you have pleaded
guilty. I have been asked to
bind you over, but it must oe
borne in mind that people, in
making an arrest, must not in-
flict such harm as is not neces-
sitated by the circumstances of
the arrest.” He then sentenced
them as stated above.

Postman In Dock
Evans Carlyle Dowding, a
postman of Bishops, St. Lucy,
was the next accused in the dock.

He is charged with the larceny
of a registered letier No. 34437
addressed to Mrs. Ida Hinds of
Crab Hill, St. Lucy. He pleaded
not guilty and is being repre-
sented by Mr. D. H. L. Ward.

The taking of evidence was
concluded and when the court
to-day, Counsel will

* Evidence given by the Colonial
Postmaster was to the effect that
the letter was received at the
General Post Office on July 27,
1949. Foreign Registration num-
ber was 31. It was sent out the
same day to the St. Lucy Post
Office for delivery to the addressee
Ida Hinds of Crab Hill, St. Lucy.
, The letter was from the U.S.A.
| It is the postman’s duty to take
the letter and delivery receipt to
the addressee. The addressee
should sign the receipt which the
postman should return to the local
Post Office to be sent back to the
General Post Office

The Postmaster produced a lis’
of registered articles sent out to
the St. Lucy Post Office on July
the letter



27. It- contained in
question. This list should be
signed by the postman when it is
delivered to him by the Postmis-



tress—in the present case the
Postmistress of: St. Lucy.

The list in court showed the
signature of the accused next to
the letter in question.

Identification
Mr. Armstrong showed two reg-

istered. letter delivery receipts ad-
dressed to Ida Hinds from the
U.S.A. One was dated March

10, 1949, and the other April 7,
1949. He finally put in an identi-
fication receipt for a registered
letter No. 31, purporting to have
been given to Hafford Hinds by
the Post Office at South Shore
Camp, Florida.

Replying to Mr. Ward, the Post-
master agreed that everything on
the last mentioned receipt ap-
peared to have been written in
ink or indelible lead except the
number 31. The letters and ar-
ticles mentioned in his evidence
were dealt with by Clerks. He
was speaking from record. If for
some reason a postman has not
delivered a letter to an addresse,
it ‘s his duty to return it and the
receipt next day to the Post Office
from which he took it. As far
as he knew nothing would be done
to show what a postma.: had so re-
turned a letter or receipt. It was
the duty of a Postmistress to re-
port the non-return or non-de-
livery of a letter or receipt.

If a postman reported that he
has lost a receipt, a duplicate
would be issued. If the person
to whom the letter is sent refused
to sign the duplicate that should

also be reported by the _ post-
mistress.
November 1 was the first time

he had got a report on the matter.

He had asked the accused about
the letter and accused insisted
He also

said that he had delivered the re-
ceipt.

Duplicates

“T mignt nave suggested to him
that he would have to pay the
money to the addressee if the let-
ter was not found,” the Postmas-
ter went on. “Accused might have
said that that would be very hard
on him when he had delivered the
letter. There are cases in which
delivery receipts have been lost,
but duplicates have been issued.

Beryl S. Clarke, Clerk at the
G.P.O. said she was in charge
of the Registered Letter Depart-
ment. She had received mail from
Florida on July 27 last year and
among it was letter No. 31 :d-
dressed to Ida Hinds. It was en-
tered in the Registration Delivery
Book, and sent out to St. Lucy the
same day.

A report had been made some
time after concerning the letter,
A search was made in which she
took part, and the delivery receipt
was never recovered. When a re-
ceipt is lost, a duplicate was
usually issued by her department.
In the present case no duplicate
was issued.

The Postmistress from St. Lucy
was not sure if the receipt had
been sent down there or not, wit-
ness said, and then admitted to
Mr. Reece that she did not know
if that was a fact. She concluded.

Signed
Edivh St. John, Posimistress
of St. Lucy, took the witness stand
rext. She said she had received
the letter in question on July 27.
She had given it to the accused
for delivery to Hinds.

He had signed his initials and
the date on the list of registered
arti@les opposite the letter. The
initials and date on the list in
court are in the accused’s hand-
writing. Accused had two regis-
tered letters for delivery that day,
and in both instances the proce-
dure was the same.

She also gave him a delivery re-
ceipt. When everything is com-
pleted, the receipt should bear
the signature of the postman, the
addressee and Yhe postmistress,
They are returned to the G.P.O.
At ‘this stage witness identified
two specimen delivery receipts.

Mrs. Ida Hinds had come to her
one afternoon some time in August
and made inquiries about letters.
Previously, she (witness) had
been asking the accused for the
receipt in connection with the let-
ter 34437, because the receipt had
not been returned to her. Accused
had said that he had brought it
back in. She told him he had not
done so, and asked the accused to
make a further search. She had
asked him about it more ‘han
once, and also in the preserxe of
two other postmen before sh. had
gone on leave. He always insist-
ed that he had brought it back in.
She put a question mark on the
list and spoke te M.ss O’Neale
who was gcine tu act for her. She
had gone on leave on August 15.

About September 14. Hafford
Hinds had come to the Office and
made a statement concerning the
letter. She had asked for his reg-
istered receipts from abroad and
the envelopes addressed to his
| wife. He had brought them to the
}office and gmong them was the
|receipt from South Shore Camp
| Post Office. His wite did not have
a registered letter corresponding



to it.
She had communicated with the
/G.P.O. about the matter

}

@ On page 7

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2 Thieves
| Imprisoned
For 3 Months

Alvin Price and Leo Forde of
Bush Hall were each sentenced
to three months’ imprisonment
with hard labour when they ap-
peared before His Worship Mr. A.
J. H. Hanschell yesterday.

They were
stealing articles valued at £4 19.
8. from Mrs, A. J. Cox of Bush
Hall on March 22.

Sgt. Gaskin said on April 4 he
saw Price in custody. P.C. Byer
told him that he arrested him for
the larceny of some articles. He
charged Price and cautioned him
On April 5 he saw Forde at Dis-
trict “A” Police Station under ar-
rest on the same charge. Forde
Was cautioned and later made a

ceca

statement. Alvin Price and Lec
Forde were given a copy of the
statement made by each.

Mrs. A. J. Cox said on the
evening of March 22 she was
speaking at the telephone, The

electric lights had gone off. While
she was speaking she heard a
noise and went into the room
where she heard the noise and
found that the stove was missing,
also the weights, a bucket and
scales. She phoned the Police
Station and Cpl. Marshall came
and she made a statement.

Goulbourne Beckles said he
lives in Whitehall and knows
Forde. Price met him on March
22 and asked him if he wanted a
stove to buy. He asked him where
he got the stove from and how
much he wanted. Price told him
$3.00. He gave him 6s and told
him that he would pay the bal-
ance later on. He never knew
that the stove was stolen.

Clayton Byer, said on March 22
Mrs, Cox reported the lareeny
of one stove, one saucepan, scales
and a bucket,

He arested Price and told him



and larceny. On May 13, 1948 he
was sentenced to one month’s im-
prisonment with hard labour by
His Worship Mr H. A. Talma for
stealing $2 the property of Alex-
andre Grannum.





Remanded On
Murder Charge

George Harvey, a fisherman) of
Westbury Road was charged be-
fore His Worship Mr. A. J. H.

Gap, Westbury Road and was
remanded until April 12.

George Hunite who was stabbed
about 8.55 p.m. on March 27 and
admitted to the General Hospital
the same night, died about 5.25
a.m. the following morniny.

(ouannnneiacentne

Hirer Must Pay
Cost of Damages

- Judgment was yesterday given
in favour of Stanley Ward of Mar-
hill Street, plaintiff, in which he
claimed £16. 13s, 4d. damages
from Vernon Sobers of Cherry
Grove Village, St. Joseph. The
case was heard by His Honour
Mr. J. W. B. Chenery in the Court
of Original Jurisdiction,

Ward rented Sobers his car on
April 21 last.year and while it was
in his possession it became in-
volved in an accident. At the time
Sobers agreed that he would share
in the cost of repairs,

U.K. Decision Is



THE news appearing in the
Press of the British Government’s
attitude towards the sugar ques-
tion especially as it affects the
West Indies, is very disappointing
and a severe blow to the future
of the industry in the area, Mr.
J. H. Wilkinson, Leader of the
Opposition in the House of Assem-
| bly told the Advocate yesterday.
|. He said: “The uncertainty of
finding a market at reasonable
prices for our product, is bound to
reflect on the efficiency of the in-
dustry both in fhe field and fac-

tory. Everyone would hesitate to
incur much further capital ex-
penditure in the industry when

there is this uncertainty of selling
the finished product

“I think the Ministry of Food
have made a grave error in not
encouraging the West Indies dele-
gation to go to England to diseuss
}matters with them, for after all’
‘there are always two sides to the
question

Hanschell yesterday with the mur-
der of George Hunte of Redman’s

|
Severe Blow
}

T. S. Chandler |
Is St. Peter’s |
Churchwarden

Mr. T. S. Chandler,

_M _ formerly
Senior Guardian was

elected
Churchwarden of St. Peter when



| S|
i Israel has invited all members |
of the United Nations Trusteeship |

Council éxcept Iraq and China to
| visit Jerusalem “to
practicability
internationalise

PAGE FIVE

CHILD'S





Visit Jerusalem:
And See

TEL A VIV, April 5



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the vestry of the purish met} cording to usually reliable SOULCES at bedtime. Eases breathing,
yesterday. Mr. Chandler was| here today. | draws out” congestion, calms
formerly Senior Guardian. | The Council yesterday adopted} Ssoughing.

He was unanimously elected on| Without opposition a modified iCKS
the motion of Mr. G. C. Parris|f0PM of vhe 1948 statute to in- He on ‘
seconded by Mr. George Gill. ternationalise Jerusalem. VapoRue

Mr. Parris, in making the mo- —Reuter,

tion, said that he must first
thank Mr. George Gill, the out-
going Churchwarden for his
past year of satisfactory service. ,

Mr. Chandler who acted for!
some time during Mr. Gill’s
absence had Sone his best and
worked faithfully. The Alms-
house had been improved 100
per cent. during the past year
and other good work had been



done throughout the parish.

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|

Mr. Gill said that he endorsed
the remarks of Mr. Parris adding
that Mr. Chandler was one of the
most energetic men in the parisn.

Other Appointments

Other appointments made were
Mr. George Gill, Senior Guardian
Mr. Eustace Corbin, Junior
Guardian, Mr. Carlisle Reid,
Inspector of Trees and Cotton
Inspector, Mr. Lionel Gittens,
Organ Tuner.

Health Commissioners are Mr.
T. S. Chandler, Mr. G. Gill, Mr.
E. L. Bannister, Mr. T. E. Corbin
and Mr. G. C. Parris

The Highway Commissioners
are Mr. George Gill, Mr. T. S.
Chandler and Mr. T. E. Corbin,

Mr. Gill in reviewing his work |
during the past year said that ne |
could not start to effect repairs |

in the parish before January
when the parish was granted a}
loan of £3,000. |

During his tenure of office,

repairs were done to the Rectory,
All Saints Vicarage, All Saints
Chapel, Boscobel Vicarage, Bos. |

found guilty of}cobel Chapel, the P.M.O’s resi

dence and the Almshouse.



Rates

The Vestry laid rates for 1950-
51 The sum of $3.29 will be
paid on an acre of land and 23} |
cents in the dollar on trade }

Present were: Rew Cy tes
@onliffe (Chairman); Mr, E. L
Bannister, Mr. T. S. Chandler,
Mr, P. H. Whitehead, Mr. G,. Gill
Mr. TT. E. Corbin, Mr. C. &.|
Thornton, Mr. G. C. Parris, M:
A. Gill.

1 Y
Five Months For

Six Shillings

Frank Waithe of Station Hill |
was sentenced to five months’ im- ;
prisonment yesterday by His}
Worship Mr, E, A, McLeod

He was found guilty of obtain- |
ing 6s by false pretences from |
Lottie Maynard of Black Rock on |
April 3 |

According to the evidence
Waithe approached Maynard and |
told her that he was working at |
the Colonnade Stores and would
bring her 12 flour bags for 6s on
the same day. She gave him the
money but has never received the
flour bags.

Waithe had seven previous con- |

victions for false pretences,





St. Michael's Cathedral

|

Good Friday 7.30 a.m, The Liturgy





4 9 a.m, Children’s Service 10 a.m, Sta
he was charged with the larceny | tions of the Cross in the Streets. 11 am. |
of the articles. Matins and Ser‘non, 12-3 p.m, The Three |

“ adit Hours Devotion, 7.30 p.m. Evening Prayer |

When called upon to read out) aid Sermon |

ieee gg erty | Seibert Eastef Day: 5 a.m. The Holy pushes

aldron sai e knew Forde and|‘Hymns), 8 am. The Holy Eucharist

i sat ‘ » | (plain). 9 a.m, The Holy Eucharist (sung)

Price. He said that on July 17 | and Sermor, 11 a.m. Matins and Sermon, |

1947, Price was put on a bond! 4 p.m. Children’s Service. 7 p,m. Festal |
for 18 months for house breaking! Evensong, Sermon and Procession,



|
|
25 YEARS AGO—Advocate, | |
April 6, 1925

The first match of the Russel)
Cup was played at Queen’s Park |

on Savurday evening and ended in |

a draw, each side scoring two}
goals. This match, which was}
played between Spartan and|

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CLASSIFIED ADS. | One Month For Bodil Harm | Brother Accused. | Mussalisi.Pagaas
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ae tenis ; Of Shooting Brother Auctioned
—————— } To cer mee 5. ‘ i — ene of Crab =_ MILAN, April 5
+ Oo Mr. War as the ac- |St. Lucy said that she was the " ” AIP , .
; FOR SALE FOR RENT cused about the receipt when the |daughter of Hafford and Ida In Mercy Killing t ee per. gest relating
2 other postmen brought in theirs.|Hinds. Her husband and the| ; o Mussolini's ascist regime ee a
: n | =| “Here is nothing to show the date |accused are related. Her father ALLENTOWN, Pennsylvania, |@uctioned in a “black market”
fs AUTOMOTIVE HOUSES | on which a postman returned a|went to the U.S.A. in 1948 and ; April 5.|Shortly after his death and*are |
5 ————t ae eau ya aieiniie os ae a Moon a = Socused returned in September, 1949. | a Saree ore a jury, = ae ae in ee hands of
“AR—(1) Austin 10 H.P. Sedan. Two ITTLE L » St. Lawrence, on receipt, Her father sent registered let- ay a is rother arold|foreign collectors an govern-
now agnes. Gage antes. Fa teen ply to Mics Basie Marethen a te | I asked the G.P.O. to have a ters to her mother. She signed | in Carlisle Hay admitted he shot and killed another| ments, the newspaper. Corriere
De Pr Tt. i‘. u ‘} rence Gap. Dial 8144, g450—in.| Scareh_ =made. Mrs. Hinds had|two of them for her mother, One} IN PORT: Sch, Alexandrina R., M.V. brother. Raymond was the first |Della Sera reported to-night, The
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told her about another letter that feet Messrs. Gardiner Austin & Co

heer Cylinder, ne ned i i Lady Joy, Sch. .C.M.V. i its | di i
CAR—Austin, six Cylin BSPERANZA_ From sth April, Fully| she had not received, and’ tT ak in March and the other in Aprui,| Lady Joy, Sch. Everdene, C.M.V. Ipana witness when the state began its|director of the state Archives, is

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rent omy 1700 miles, owner driven | Kitchen. ‘etc. complete with Frigidaire, ae = we oo pe Receipts produced were the ones| Emanuel, C- Gordon, (hailing, Sch LADY RODNEY Mohr, accused of murder ana falenittg soften, among which are
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a $543. 6.4.50—In. big geo arenes a Apply to. drs cere rom ~~ tet Ida Hinds first. To +m Ward: I signed both pa Fallive | Max : =. Fremcse m= ,Sbe-. eee 7 ae epee ee’, illine ot, ean aaa gecreapondence. between te tale
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“Standard Vanguard Car 1949 for| ‘2st, St. James or Phone 91/33, ut the letter and August receipts at my mother’s home }| inbea. Covert, Mrs. Covert, Miss 5 i cancer Jian Director and Adolf Hitler.
CAR- nder 3,500. Good condition. 6.4.50— 14, I had not reported vhe matter ARRIV Agnes Cox, Mr. Sinclair Griffith, Mr aged 55, who was blind and ; Reuter
sale, mileage ¢ Barbados May 12th. Price “*-8"-| to the G.P.O. because I had asked | (id not sign any at the Post Canadian 8.5. R-M'S. Lady Rodney, Bpancee Jehnen Mr. John Mek ridden for 15 years. , i )
$2,000. “Apply by Phone: Myer, Windsor Coline urnished i at Briarfield, the accused to make a thorough anaes a tons, Capt. Leblane: ny a Re Snare caida eee 80. Ref. os
Hotel. poe | Se Men Gane | ag A upon receipt is not} 4)... a> Ga -vata*thet ee eee Teeter mines Be toe, “dame. | sitting = _ dining room - m. ugees .
a 104810 HP. Hillman Minx } n except at the request of the ohn S.S. Can. Challenger, 3985 tans, Capt. Mr. Harold s Cress, asked him what was wrong. He i
in execilent Soni a vith Pia = bedroomnn, Feng ree cy cal econ = Tey went to | the | scoit: from Trinidad. Han Raareein as ts Mr. Dan W. lk Geighten Seat, alleged that Harold replied “I Paul tuscan, Fretien eae

bE ckwi ace, ‘urnis J a on , . é Austin & Co., Ltd, : alker, .
eee ya 6.4.50—4n. | JULY and ‘from October on, Phone 2250." “ia ‘ioctl Pee ag a Post™ Ome oe <4 MLV. Duerw 94 tons, Capt Mr. Jo! . Kenneth |Shot Waiter” Harold has pleaded International Committee of the
as 5.4.50—2n. yY receipts. I always receive | back to the t eee ne yt | DeCoteau; from St. Lucia." Agents: Deayton, Mr. George Moore, Mr. Bruce | not guilty to the charges, Red Cross, staved here today. -that
CAR—1947 Ford Anglia in really good | ————————_______""""""_| them from the postmen myself. letters had money orders IN; Schooner Owners’ Association. Lashley, Mir. ey, ; —Reuier. ; z re y
dition. $750.00. Dial 2592, Mane SANDS”, St. Lawrence. Fully! Miss I. P, O’Neale who had act- | them. DEPARTURES Arthur Peterkins, Mr. Joseph Jeffers, * |the world has “the t
con 64.50—3n | f three bedroomed house for ed for the P tmi qT Mr Ward: In both of thes Schooner Lady Noeleen, 41 tons, Mrs ers. figure of 60 to 80 million ri x
pent by the month. Apply P.O, Box 105 Cc ostmistress told the o Mr. Ward: In both o ©} Capt. Noel for Dominica. Local Agents: BY CANADIAN CHALLENGER He said there were 90,000 refu-
VAN—1948 (June) Fottecty | 10 cwt. | for further particulars. cae a = ere —paiag on leave | instances, I delivered the letters Schooner Owners’ pume ation, . Pee be = Ne. Weitrea MAIL NOTICE gees from Palestine 60,0 from
},000, owner 4. 3n. e stmis i .M.S, v ney, , ‘ons, . ». rs. ‘ ’
itn ors camat See OCIS] Perea eniy coed Poeca poor i | HIDE to Ne abaya eee | (0 Mem, Hinds,” ‘The daughiar hak] © TAS Leta Ma gg gate, SRE Ci Sta Akane Tinh v "HR Greece, 70,000 from’ Kesbmir-and
apply ood alley, 8 ami. to. 12 noon | OM Sea. Comfort. St. Lawrence nook: | 34437. letters. IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION Baas, Nt be cloned at the’ Genes Posi | 79,000 from Burma, The Interna
. oun good. Tel é . ice as under :— tional ee anisati
ae 4.4.50—3n., ‘elephone 8496. 4.4.50—3n, ae had spoken to the accused] This closed the case for the} cabie and Wireless (West Indies) Ltd. netta, Mormactern, Salamis, Ferncourt, Mail, Registered Mail and] come 650, 00D ae - ae
ical i BLUE HOUSE—Lucas Strect. A de. in a week’s time, witness said, | prosecution. advise that they can now communicate Atlantic Shipper, Argentina, Cottica,| Ordinary Mail at 2.30 p.m. TO-DAY ee Pp gen. a
CARVaneusrd, _practionly Dew, 21 stable busines ta’ . ce-land he replied that h had 2 i with the following ships Through their M/T Vikingen, Gracia, Bayano, Fort| 6th April 1950, Ruegger said.—Reuter,
perfect condition. Recently checked ver! Aatuves sea Mec ith ¢ st withos’ | ought a D eae te e ha Evans Carlyle Dowding the} with | aoniStent aan ee Amherst, Derwantdale, Polac’ Sora, Dale ie
at Coventry bi hese de oe $2,150 On| ately Thai Bros., Prince William Henry e n already. The receipt | accused then took the witness S.S. Mercator, Aino, Unaldo, New Lon- fonn, Spurt, Stony Point, Suecia, Misr, .
TaLl6s, | eee eee phone 4835. | Streat. Jini 9606! 31.3.50—t.1.n | VS not brought in by him or any | stand. He said that he lived at|don’ Mormac Penn’ Welle tecan , Jane Stove, C. G, ‘Thulin, Regent :
view at Chelsea Garage orp! §.4.50—3n —---— S| Ottier poahnsan during the time Bishop’s, St. Lucy and was era—| Ampac California, Oregon Express, Loide Panther, My! Spring Water, Lampana,
| FOR RENT. From ist April Upstairs | She was \acting Sian te : Lanne at te Calumbla,, Calliroy, A-A. Ameriki, $8. Loide truss eq Gulf, Dawn, ' Cleopatra,
4 No. 6 bie ; ot. y ney, Alcoa Patrio cca, rmac Guif, Co! nm, Alcoa Roamer,
pumiGowr Gama, Bo ae SOD] te Aneeoe Swan Street. Suitab! She had sent up only one re- Lucy’s Post Office. Theodoxus, Canadian Challenger, Lumi- Canadian, Conqueror, San Vulfrano.

6,4.50—3n.
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LIVESTOCK



Agency or similar type of business
tact immediately on Premises No.
31.3.50—4.f.n.

BUNGALOW, also Fiat, facing sea mair
furnish:

6

ceipt to the G.P.0:—34278—
during the time she acted,
Phillip Austin, a postman at—

He knew Hafford
Hinds.
Hinds went to the U.S.A. He had

and Ida
He also knew Hafford













road, ed from May ist | ‘@ched to the St. Lucy. Branch ; i Id

“Sten. ta ULES—2 large mules. Apply G. L a comforts, English baths with heaters | corroborated Mrs. St. John’s evi- more ey eas! .
Harford, Norwood, St. James. hong apg’ ePhones, verandahs. Tele-| dence about her asking the ac- : : .

4 4 50—3n, } Phone . 31.3.50—t.4 n ; He took out registered packets

eames are - the oo and accus- on 27th July but could not Bol
cea Seine eterna rf
i i Office over Sanitary} ed’s reply that he had brought ne aby *

HORSE-—One reliable riding or draft ” ie é 1 ¢ knew aS , ; : saci alba. a: Cider.
horse, Apply to V. Deane, Adams Castle Leaniey Depot. Marhill Street. Apply!in the receipt. remember the amount. He kne ARRIVALS — By B.W.LA.L. Mr. Justin Barrow, Mr. Rupey Gree Py : Fe

Plantation Phone 8433. 6.4.50—In.



Co





he took one to Mrs. Hinds and

To Mr. Ward: I cannot remem- He initialled

ber what time of the day it was she signed for it.



From DEMERARA: Mr. N. B. Phelps,
Miss Mary Durham, Mr, A, Wright, Mr.
i .S, Howard, Mrs. E, Howard, Miss P,



dge, Mr. David Tucker, Mr. Alan Bar-
nara, Mr. Oscar Nothnagel, Mr. David
Deacon, Mr. Donald Nock, Mr, Charles













; it and then took it back to the] Howard, Miss Pat Howard, Miss N, Ham- Fisher, Mr, Peter Farah, Mr, Nigel Butt, !

ELECTRICAL — ie + John questioned| post office. He delivered the| iiton, Mr. E. Correie Mts a Correia, Mr. David Archer, Mr. Julian Hobson,

bay eye eenenmana TP Pe i . e accused. It was around the], er iss M, Correia, Miss Margot Correia, Mr. S. Neumard, Mr. Douglas jams, y

WASHING ee Saas oe cae Oia WOTed ES end of July a receipt to Miss St. John the Miss W. Correia, Mr, C. Cragie, Mrs. C, Mr. May Peters, Mr, Archer, Mr. . :

Riecisie) , irreplacehie caeis : ior | Postmistress. Miss St. John ask-| Cragie, Miss B. Cragie, Hon. E. F. Williams, Mr, John Haigh, Mr, Ernesto :

poe ee te 6.4.50—3n George A. Slocombe, Senior ed him for the receipt about 3 or | McDavid, Mrs, E, MeDavid, Mr. A. L. Baiz, Mr, Philipson Norde, Mr, Charles ,
Postman of the St, Lucy Post Lewis, Mr. H, Cuke, Hon, Hampden-Cuke, Phillips, Mr. Irvine Oxley, Mr. Lloyd

a
IGHTING PLANT—Climax 2.75 KVA-
bans operated, $480,00. Courtesy Garage,



rae i se. | Duffy, Carmen Merlo, Dilia Merlo, Violet Gilbert Yvonet, Page,
Dial 4616. 6.45030.) vour friends, No previous experienc | Crab Hill, St. Lucy said he was oct Sy Aha gry tlle spon Mare teres Bit, Mersarita, Bepnenl, = ST LUCIA: Miss Lilia Peters Me,
necessary, Write today for beautiful free the husband of Ida Hinds He Maria Bianch, Elizabeth Earwood, Natalie ‘or . : S8 . . MONTREA
; i it. Earwood, Raymond Earwood, Louise Cip- Nedzie Gilbert, Mrs, Letitia Gilbert, Mr. L_ AUSTRALIA NEW. -
POULTRY Sample Book to Britain's largest ana went to U.S.A. in August, 1948 on received riani, Elsie Myer, Francis Harris, Hans Anthony Mitchell. ZEALAN'

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POULTRY—Pure Bred Plymouth Rock
Chicks 8 weeks old, Phone 2890.











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

‘nemost Publishers; highest commission.
marvellous opportunit;
jcnes, Williams & :







4 weeks afterwards.

Office gave similar evidence, He had delivered the receipt

Hafford Hinds a carpenter cf

To Mr. Reece: I know Slocombe

He re= who is head postman of the St.

on Septem-

the emigration scheme.
turned to Barbados

his receipt from the Postmistress

Mrs. Hampden-Cuke.
From TRINIDAD: Marian Duffy, James

Kugler, Christine Kugler, Aline Kugler,
Hans Dallman, Laura Brossard, Sue Tay-

Campbell, Mr. Charles Baeza, Mr. Wood-
ley Anthony, Rev. Vivian Comissiong, Mr,
Mr. Mr. Serew,



For ANTIGUA: Mr. George King, Mrs,
Michalen Glowacki.









D LINE LIMITED
(M.A.N.Z. LINE)







6.4.50—2n. | Works, Preston, Bngian’ =” 12 Vitor | eo, 1949 pring ED abe ya BE ya alle rare Re gr Be rg mn i gag os og I, Sydney March 25th, Brisbane April ;
eee ed Cc ti say that he had checked receipts Pat Regan, Jean Aird. | "For LA GUAIRA: Mr. Augusto Gabal- The M.V. “Daerwood"” will ac- arriving, Trinidad
ECHANICAL N _ Conversation for Miss St. John. Miss St. John DEPARTURES — By B.W.LA.L, don, Mr, John Williams, Miss Gertrude cant Canto and Pecensive tak we : ao ae OF DIEPPE” sails Ade
M “HAT AN ANNOUNCEMENT While in the U.S.A. he worked] had asked me for the feceipt dated| For TRINIDAD: Miss Mary” Harford, Eberstadt Luda, “SEWING meroenaten anaes Aen I am sune that you will be glad to * ne ge babes July 27, but I do not remember | 5 are ee att Aruba sailing Friday 7th April. arriving at Trinidad June 15th.”
Machine, treadle. Little used. S$ 00 know that I have added to my business nite ates Sugar Corporation. | jf Slocombe was present. . ? 9 ‘ ese vessels have ample space { {
as new.’ Holder Bros. 49 Swan St. Dial eMelent ste ng, department with an| On July 23, 1949, he went tol Miss O'Neil had also asked me Czechoslovakia “Lady Rodney BAW 4. ScROCeTES OwsEne chilled, hard frozen and general cary «
ei aes Sen enitants Pani Me ¢ 2 small charge | South Bay Post Office and sent] for the receipt. I had returned sme a * Consiynees, lading with tranad transhipment at trinidad te
. TRICYCLE Child's Trieyele in tod! of 10%, $15.00 in notes to his wife. The} the receipt to Miss St. John the Anti-Catholie War Brings Wheat, Flour TEL. 4047 British Guiana, Barbados, Windward & “
i reasonable s " ie ; a 3 F. A le
Phone a7. 6.4.50—In. ARES 2 BOONE: money was registered and he got! morning aftér I had delivered the aewean cininae

For further particulars apply:—

2.4..50—3n letter to Mrs. Hinds. I did not @ From P One thousand bags of wheat :
S—Hercules s. Low- ‘lat S ay ; ; m Page 1. , FURNESS, WITHY & CO. L; H
f prices, Courtesy Garage. Dial 4301. iia at SAS Sy ar ne is| 28K any of the postmen if vhey| their statements were not pub-| flour were discharged for Barba- Agents Trinidad.” =
est prices. 6.4.50—3n. " He never got a rep 7 onee Po were present when I delivered] jicjeq. dos by the SS. Lady Rodney DA come & Oo, ween ;
NOTICE wife but sent her another letter.) the receipt to Miss St. John. | In addition to prison terms,| which arrived here yesterday. 'This Agents Barbados.



FURNITURE



TABLE—One mahogany dining table to







PARISH OF ST. ANDREW
Applications forthe vacant post of
organist at St. Saviours will be received







His wife then replied.
After returning to Barbados,
he had a conversation with his

know Mrs. Hinds well. I never
had any quarrel with her nor with
her daughter. I delivered all re-

Machalka Tajovsky, Silhan and
Dr. Masilak were ordered to pay
fines of 50,000 crowns each. Braito



supply came from New Bruns-
wick and is consigned to Mrs. K. R.
Hunte & Co. Lid. From Halifax












re



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seat eight. Good condition, Mrs, Hutson by the undersigned up t wife and went to Bentham’s Post . ister letters to}. : : Seat % . :
ae Nurse, Greg View POD ons April, Further! Dabtiquient. oun "te had Office, St. Lucy. He later went to _ eae eee told me a Kal —— a the Rodney pers re — a fbcou steamship Co. i
ce eee teed Cn nul ateasurer./the General Post Office to the| that’ Mrs. Hinds had made a 30,000 crowns. each; and Mikusf ee ea Sor od’ rc. was als
f STEEL OFFICE FURNITURE Fling "Vestry Clerk, | Postmaster and showed the re-| complaint to the Postmistress| js) crowns each, anc Souait tenctlioriien’ Wench, Onc.
Teer with Locks), ‘Stationery’ cubarte a Vt ceipt he had got when he sent, about a ietter she had not receiv- ‘All the accused forfeit their mi hae larger aie of
with locks, etc. Courtesy Garage, Dial on m. | the money home to his wife. ed. The same evening I saw Haf- citizenship for 10 years except whi e the anger : Quan a dis
4391. 6.4.50—30, | ee To. Mr. Ward: This receipt is] ford Hinds and his wife coming Bartal. who’ lokes them for three pickled meat arriving Gardi on oom YORK sERyeE
ri 4 uaa wai NOTICE the same one. A lady attended} from town. Hinds told me that wats,” ae yegene ae Gee “a : : waite am.
Bp MISCELLANEOUS ROCKLEY GOLF AND country ciup | him. The receipt was written in} he had just come from the Post-|" ‘The court ordered confiscation Sees im aC — ty tech fruit andi aa 2th April ith April
Over the holidays try a morning swim} _, Will members please note that the Club |‘"K and then handed to him. master concerning a letter which| of the property of those sentenced, |, ‘sean sami ‘of apples were are Se, SP
Fjand Pimms with real lemonade, at} House will be closed on Good Friday| Ida Hinds wife of Hafford] he sent his wife and she had not! with the exception of Bartals Oe dies. se NEW ORLEANS SERVICE ;
eae; House. Club, Seren ae aie ishing to pl Hinds said that her husband} received. I said all letters receiv- The ritual equipment and uten-} * een — : ». ‘the. Can: No. Bdos ;
GALVANISE SHEETS tn 24 and %| Course may do so. He should artange|Went to America in 1948 and] ed for Mrs. Hinds had been de- siis and the Order’s Insignia found longer whith brought « quan. | 58 “ALCOA ROAMER: 22nd March’ 6th April”
Bauge 6ft., Gft. Bins. Bft. and 9ft. lengths | with the Caddy Master for his Club to|returned September 10, 194¥.! livered to her. I have never lost in the cellars and crypts of the! Challenger which brought a q x “ALCOA RUNNER” Sth April 23rd April oo...
alfo mild steel plates 1/16, 1/8 ‘| be available, ' While in the U.S.A. he sent her] a letter before. monasteries will be devoted to| tity of canned juice, marmalade ALCOA RANGER vse 19H April 4th May
teers Cecio, Breleans Siraet or 4'50~2n,] money in notes by registered] To the Chief Justice> I-handed religious purposes. pand fruit for Messrs A. S. Bryden aa CANADIAN SERVICE
. 1,3.50—+, f.n sat eee : fe the soe to - Fides pS: The arms and ammunition found | & mania ata cee ee cata ene Sails Arrives
—_—_—_ | r— ———— When the postman brought 4] morning after I had delivered the | 1. re °n confisce a mum 5 , Ss ’ ’ =
UB pivanions pies, 8 te Gia a t letter he would give her a receipt} Jetter toa was sure about it, | D*ve been Caoae steel’ rods and some personal SS “ALCOA PENNANT! March tnd April tate
per foot. A. BARNES & CO. LTD, PUBLIC SALES which was signed by her. When Miss St. John and _ later Cytica; ‘the. OMiotal news. agency, oftects SS “ALCOA POINTER bitin ‘Sieiy eer April 17th





She knew the accused who was] Miss O’Neil asked me about the





announced that three of the 10







NORTHBOUND








eee cree i - distri ; ; 5 Fresh fruit, charcoal, cocoanuts a ett .

CAMERA—Kodok Reflex 3.5 Anistigmat a postman in her district. He] receipt, I said I had already re- os , 7 a , bi S.S.. “ALCOA PILGRIM" Sailing early April for St. Lawreme
Bang) with. flash, gun attagtinant “and brought her many registered] turned it. comet erege apg: 2 the ae and personal effects were brought River porte.

yellow, dark yellow, green and red.| AUCTION letters. She signed all except} Af this stage, the Court was|CCUrt im Prague to-day, would/ py the M. V. Daerwood whica mn aemeeneneens

Price #350.00 oF nearest offer’ Telephisas _T HAVE been instructed by the receiver | O0€ for July 23. As she never] adjourned until. to-day at 10.00 na were : Abdot Vit Tajovsky, | #489 arrived yesterday. Apply: DA COSTA & CO., UTD.—Canadian Service.
R. S. Nicholls at 3925, between 10 a.m.| of Wrecks to offer for sale Dy pubiie received it. o'clock. fs aoaee . 29 cra raid oe ’ The R.M.S. Lady Rodney which ROBERT THOM LTD.—New York and Gulf Service.
and 4 p.m, 4.50—t.f.n. | auction on Thursday 13th day of April Statement 7m : 35 : ; ‘| arrived yesterday left last night

VALOR STOVE PARTS Flame *r ; oSeneihe 7 eal mee onled The last letter she received ors ens ar ecu eos for St. Vincent where it will con-

a a me” aes ** at present ly: in the é § , . vincial, sentenced to years, an . fi
Rss “Sauer” cenctaton “ana other| Seem ast ot he old bridge,” This| was on Aucust 26. After reading] OO Venezuelans | yincial, sentenced to 25 years, and] (im.8" ite voyage to Cronade, JANEITA DRESS SHOP
b leries, . se ; 4 : . . , : ini .

items, enquire Auto Tyre Co., Trafalgar| a Marine engine” Tones tm #8 ‘21 it she went to the Postmistress vi hard labour for life, Ceteka said.| Trinidad and then to Bermuda. SPECIALLY DESIGNED MODEL DRESSES
St. Dial 2696. 5.4.50—t.f.n. D’ARCY A. SCOTT, and made a complaint. Her hus- Will Spend —(Reuter.) The SS. Comedian is expected

PIMMS and a morning swim at Crane
House Club, 6.4.50—3n,





AUTO ACCESSORIES—Chamois leath-

Gov. Auctioneer,
2.4.50—5n.,

SE ee

band then came Over and she
went~fo the Postmaster after she
was called. She made a statement

Kaster Here



Mindszenty Dead



to arrive here en Friday.



On Sale at..





Only 1 of a kind in Liberty Silks, Liberty Linens, Liberty
Spuns and other materials,

CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LTD., SHOWROOM














REAL ESTATE bendande, & statement
rs, ‘dust cloths, cheese cloth, waxes, — to him, , She has a daug er 7 @ From page 1 , * Perfect for Easter s f
anes, gas tank locking caps ter Hing: “SUNSET VIEW"—Rockley. (Adjoin-| is married. rn papers ~ a man, and was in the French Un- ai vets yeah % Don’t Tell Your Friends -
nish and American Cars and Trucks.| ing BLUE WATERS), on the land sid»|band is related to the accused. ras . : m ps , ce binclen
Dial 4391, Courtesy Garage 6.4.50—3n.| of the road facing the Bay with gay | Cand is signed receipts| W78"oUnd Movement during the! atest information is that he was|| Tell the Advocate, SSS

EASTER NOVELTIES which will de:

°
SOVEETIE, eh el e ch information could be hidden and Birthda
on eee ae Tae cas p 2 AD ay "ante eee ane ben bbe 4 eee. Sone = ee aad to escape from France when a Thee far ane ig - For News . I
eggs in various colours containing toys,| rooms with running water, and all other ed was in March and a a co cornered by the Gestapo and Vatican newspaper ‘‘Osservatore Dial 3113
Sweets and other surprises. Look, too, for| offices including kitchen with cupboa April. Her : daughter ived near! went to Spain where he spent four R 0” id to-night that the Ake
oe ducking hen and the little hen set es Electricity, ba and Radio/her and visited her occasionally.} months in a concentration camp. ak Anite = eS Cardinal Day or Nigh ROBERTS & CO _ Dial 3301
1 ve egas one after other, -}| instal Gar: : . 5 é
ison’s Toy Dept, has them, 16.3.50—4n.| in_y. aiatines Nan’ room®"She never had any quarelling| se then joined De Gaulle’s forces | /@St_ definite news o z ~

You'll regret not having your Pimms







Square feet of land including the lan
across the road running to the water's

Inspection any day—Phone 8365. Mr.
Bellamy

Her daughter war, writing articles for one ot

for her on two occasions while} (ne Underground newspapers. He

She never got
the

with the accused.

1 and in England joined the R.A.F.
the letter of July 23 from

and married an English girl. His

well, and they do not believe that

Mindszenty’s condition dated back
to the visit of his mother on the









The Advocate Pays












Laster Cards








Cards





nt Crane Hous 5.4.50—3n.| T a ihe ee
SS | competition alte Smstt oP ale ube | accused. training ended at the end of the! \ iy) Guys later the Cardinal
| , signed on Friday, the 2ist of April, 1950,) To Mr. Ward: My husband seaot| war, Since that time he has been ° 7 yt . ard
Wanren at 2 p.m, me money fortnightly by regis—| yying commercial aircraft Was. (SOnarery cee ao mene A. M. WEBB I E
CARRINGTON & SEATY sct,|tered mail, I received many Now living in Venezuela he says|°f Guyitofoghaz and his mother .
| a 31.3.50—I3n. ‘|letters from my husband. but]«pm a Frenchman married to an| Who tried to visit him, was told °



ELP
——

A Salesman with some knowledge of
elling provision lines in Roebuck Street.







———
BUNGALOW AT NAVY GARDENS.
Ruilt December 1948. Cool quiet locality,

Stone roofed Everite. Verandah, Draw-| letters to me. I signed all except





Gvuod Commission.

basis.





never got the one for July 23.

: English girl and flying a Spanish
The accused delivered all the} *pjane,”

As the noise of 50 Spanish





defend “our small country against

she could not see him, “Osserva-
tore” said.
“Afterwards various unconfirm-










Stocks — Bonds — Shares





















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.











Apply by letter only . ; i ; ; 3 , : ‘ ed reports were circulated about Both local and foreign Our Broad Street Branch and Gasolene Sales Department
N pplications. treated "soeademtate” 7 Kitchenstte erith bulit te terns: sae two which were signed oy. maz voNne, filled the Terminal Build- the Cardigan One of these said Bought and Sold will be open for business as usual,
; pply P.O, Box 173, 5.4.50—4n. | boards, toilet and tiled bath, 3 bedrooms, | daughter. : ing out of the terrific din came Ke had Walit-teken: to acts io :
fe aS emma hi gone patie large presses’ and | water, All the letters I received were} an American voice, “Say Minter, Goveida here he Had aes . CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD. H
: : , servants’ room, toflet, bath, lime, | intac + > , ;
iT MISCELLANEOUS breaktast and, other" fru’ trees, ‘lawns aayaet oe pmeneagoere Loney Rive gone a throat operation. on a \
Pie, ,CPPAR—500 sa. ft. of Cedar, Dial appolntinaist Gaiy. Arohis Clarke, Phone + a so 8 It was Mr, Alexander Garcia . “The Hungarian authorities re- 155 Roebuck Street, B’town. a Sasa
| 78. G. : Ross. 2.4.60—4n. | 4530. 8 to 4, 4 U.S. Sends Britain wae is Corsage is an PAveciising cae o fart So bias cs Dial 2188 Hours 9—3 E :
ANTED TO BUY ~ th Moet Gas leben Real . xecutive for Philip Morris cig- : es E A S , | : E R 7
; bite eee nae 80 oe more Co-opera- | Bstate “ines no ee ee Bow An Oil Proposal arettes. From Philadelphia, he dinal, stating only that it was/i=———=== nyoy rqnneees
260, eer Se Wein Pah eee rey gg Fe has been living in Latin America i cateate iilibver. that resents 5
,SILLIARD “TABLE By The Barbados| Macszing Tae has it. if ite a planta: WASHINGTON, April § | for, many years and this is his) |, "the payehologicel ‘cdndition of FOURISTA be ae CR POnee
Billiard Table ties ess, One, full size| farming with 20 or 10 acres and a house| America has sent Britain a plan Guben be ife he is spending| the Cardinal had been very low, VENEZUALA THE FAMILY SHOE STORE
pitied Table. Please communicate with| ina residential section, or something | to permit American oil companies | Cuban born wife he is spending and latest reports indicated that
| telat ate Baie, oF &,oute| to sell petroleum in sterling areas, | ‘he week-end at the Royal Hotel. | ond lateat reports indisated that} Se Termas TE SHOE
i 2 0 «| Willard ‘Thorp, ssistant ecre- . r . r ‘
mm LOST & FOUND) | tna‘s dairy With 90 cows whatever it] tary of Svate for Economic Affairs | passenger, is an Agricultural ag? hg nar report is| ¢ ARUICOLOS DE
: . | is SCOTT can supply it. ‘Make an ap-| told Congress today. _.| Engineer, He said how very that regarding the death of his ORIENTAL BRITISH Co., LTD.
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ADVOCATE



“Ey-—as the Mace has been stolen by smash-and-grab thieves, we shall be constitutionally obliged to adjourn the
discussion on the crime wave—until ic has been discovered”



W.L Team, The Talk In
U.K. Cricket Circles

(Advocate Correspondent) |
LONDON, April 5.
A story datelined Worcester, April 5, states that the
West Indies need have no fear for the financial success of
their English tour, if Worcester can be taken as an example
of the enthusiasm. Cricket is the main topic of conversa-
tion in this quiet cathedral city.
=e

Everywhere I went, in streets,

in shops, and in public houses, the

Everton words “West Indies” keep crop-
Defeats

College 3-1

ping up. Not since the visit of
| the Ausiralians two
has there been such interest in a

Everton defeated Harrison
College 3—1 when they met in
their Second Division Foottf:l!

match. To-day at the County
Cricket Club headquarters, I spoke
Fixture at Queen’s Park yesterday
evening.

| years ago,
to the Secretary, Brigadier A. M.
The game was fairly fast





Green :
He told me there had been
throughout but it was only in the
second half that the College

a steady demand for tickets,
nearly one thousand of which

forwards did some good attacking

They had many opportunities oi

have been sold so far. The
county is anticipating a crowd
scoring, but kicked the ball wide
of the bars on several occasions

of about ten thousand, which
is several thousand more than
their normal gate. To provide

The first goal for Everton was
scored by Gibbons, the College
right half. The ball was playing

the necessary additional ac-
commodation, special tem-
porary stands will be erected.

in the College goal area. Gibbons

went to kick it outside, but.unfor-

tunately placed it inBo the right

Newsreel cameramen as well
commentators will be
corner of the nets to completely

which will have
the atmosphere of

as B.B.C.
at the match
something of
a Test.
Wyatt
Captaining the County side will
be R. E. S. Wyatt, former England









that Joe packed his bag wica Ever-

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Arsenal Players Have
Great Team Spirit

By Peter Ditton
LONDON.

A GROCER from Wallasey, Cheshire, will be the centre
of attraction for 100,000 pairs of eyes at Wembley Stadium
on April 29th when Arsenal and Liverpoo] do battle in the
69th F.A. Cup Final. His name ? Joe Mercer, Arsenal
left-half and captain, reckoned by his team mates and
directors to be the greatest captain in footbal! today.

It was on November 29th 194* ,..gain. And make no mistake
about it, Arsenal are a team of
ton, his only other professional old men. Football players, like
club, and came to Highbury, | film stars, do not like revealing
Things were not going so well with ; their ages. But it is no great
the Gunners and it was not long | secret that the average age of the
before Joe was made captain. | likely Arsenal team to meet Liv-
With the arrival of Ronnie Rooks, | erpool will be 31. And that may
sharp-shooging centre-gorward | be erring on the side of leniency.
from Fulha:n, Arsenal managed |Players like George Swindin
to avoid the relegation bogey | (goal-keeper) — incidentally he
which was hanging over their; may not be able to play because
heads. The following season they | of a suspected appendicitis—Lau-
won the League Championship, ; rie Scott (full-back) Joe Mercer,
and that in itself was a great tri-|Leslie Compton (centre-half)
bute to Mercer's inspiring leader- | Denis Compton (outside-left) Reg
ship. Now he has taken them to | Lewis (inside-left) and Jommy
Wembley for the first time since | Logie (inside-right) were all es-
1936, when they defeated Sheffield | tablished stars before the war.
United by the only goal of the|That was eleven years ago and
match. eleven years is a very large slice
7 out of the life of a professional

Ask any tootnall fan—with the | footballer
exception of an Arsenal supporter
—how it has been done and he
will answer in two words “Lucky

The advancing years however
are not likely to worry the Ar-




















beat Roach the College goalie. skipper, who has toured in the | Arsenal”. There would be an ele- |senal side which appears in the
West Indies. He is expected to| ment of truth in that reply but it|final. Instead they are far more
Shortly after this Everton] call upon Reg Perks, a Worcester} would not be entirely correct. The /likely to act in their favour.
Scored their second goal. Sydney| veteran with twenty years servicé|yeal answer would be the great |Steady nerves and cool brains—
White their centre forward, re-|to bowl the first ball against the |team spirit which exists at High-| gained from experience—are two
ceived a well placed pass from| tourists Despite bis advancing; pury, The sort of spirit that | essential requirements for any
Edey. He was in the goal area| years, Perks is still one of the top| makes every Arsenal player en-jplayer appearing in a Wembley
and shot hard past Roach speed men in England and the |joy every game and which refuses }Cup Final
The third followed about 10| West Indies batsmen will have toto acknowledge any possibility of
minutes later. Bishop kicked a| be on the alert. ; the word ‘defeat’. Memoriee
corner and the ball struck one of| After the first day’s play, | ae
the Everton forwards and re-| Worcester will entertain the tour- | Their Share And whatever the result, this
bounded to him. He centered] ists to dinner at the Guildhall,| Arsenal have certainly had their} match will bring back memories
with a one time shot and Murray,| Where they will be introduced to|share of luck as far as the draw |to thousands who saw Arsenal in
Everton's inside left, headed out| Alderman Bennett, the Mayor. has gone. They had the maximum |their great hey-day in the early
of the reaches of Roach The following day facilities will |of four home ties before they met |‘30’s. The names may’ be differ-
Soon after half time found the] be available for the tourists to g0 | Chelsea at Tottenham in the semi-|ent, but the methods employed
score Everton 3, College 0. , sightseeing, or if they prefer, to \final. And when they walk on to} will be just the same; cast-iron
| play golf. The two teams are |the field at Wembley will have| defence and a series of breakaway
A few minutes after play re-| unlikely to meet until the morn-|established a record for any team attacks. It might not be pretty
sumed Storey opened the College] ing of the match as Worcester | having travelled a total distance | football to watch but it is effec-
score. He received a pass from| have arranged a preliminary tour | of only eleven miles to reach the]tive and what is more it has
another inside forward and beat) of Devon and Cornwall, and they | Cup Final served to make Arsenal the best
goalie Bowen with low shot| will not arrive back here until} ; known football club in the world.
from close range. | Friday evening But being drawn at home in a
The last few minutes of the Worcestershire are honoured |cup-tie does not automatically as- Win or lose, Arsenal are going
game saw College fighting hard| that they have been chosen as the |sure a team a place in the next}to have a celebration dinner after
to equalise and Everton just as| first county to meet the West In- |round Arsenal have had to fight|the match as they did in the days
hard to increase their lead but) die: They are determined that }and fight hard to get where th?» | when they were managed by the
whem Referee Amory blew off the| it shall be match the tourists}are. And they have shown mag-|late Herbert Chapman and later
score was unchanged will remember nificent team spirit. Probably nO} py George Allison. My guess is |
The teams were | other team in the country could] that the celebration will be com-
Everton: Bowen, Culpepper, Hall ee -- jhHave fought back as they did in] pletely justified.
Seale, Archer (Capt), Steede the semi-final tie against Chelsea ’
Bishop, Olton, White, Murray | Uae after being two goals down. But pee a
Edey. | Joe Mercer and his boys were in-
Harrison College: Roach, Mor- ha ‘ffalabcdalale saline 2 spired with the will to win—and
rison, Squires, Gibbons, Storey,| 3 . : win they did 7
Grant, Hewitt, Gibbs, Talma : By M. Harrison-Gray i Yes, the team of “old men” as READY
Reid, Codringtor i Dealer: North ; they are called, have done it
, ; Love all
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‘ : SEG 2 wees i | Friendly Football Association
Six Take Part): = 33: ab egaanpy ahi WP
: : | Rangers vy. St. Mary’s Old Boys Associa-
® » Ww. E. : tion at St. Leonard's. Referee; Mr
In Caribbean | AS’ 3 73 3 J Archer , :
AST74 KQ06 ; Reeds United National at the Bay
74 eA Qs 5 8 | Referee: Mr. C. E. Squires
Boxing Bouts | j*“°""*S*"" | ——
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(Qarbados Advoctac orrespondent |
GRENADA, April 5 3 10863 The Weather
Six colonies inciuding British és ‘ TO-DAY
Guiana, are participating in the .. 8 1947 Gold Cu match § ]
: , North passed in m 1,% : ises: ; |
second annual Caribbean Amateur Bast opened One Heart and’ | Sun Rises: 5.55 a.m
Boxing Tournament Opening est forced with Three § Sun Sets: 6.10 p.m, 3 |
eliminations will take place at Clubs; the final contract was ; Moon (Last Quarter) April 9
Ballast Ground, near Santa Maria Six Hearts, which was made : || Lighting: 6.30 p.m.
on Saturday night. Five last year wi ae at, : High Water: 6.11 am,
. : : “4 : 1» Room 2, North opened |
competitors returned. St. Kitts $ as dealer with Three Spades, i 7.16 p.m
place has been taken by Aruba § Kast bid Three No Trumps, YESTERDAY
The colonies are Antigua, Aruba, i the conventional request ee ; ESTER |
Barbados, British Guiana, Gren- a take-out after a T ree-bid, § Rainfall (Codrington) nil
ada and Trinidad, f hcattealPtat'Readed «| |] Tefal ter Mew to vector |
a ’ a > s pass, As East had shown a vs .
‘ ship-voees opmantinn ature! — £ powerful hand, a bid of Six Temperature (Max.) 84.5 °F |
tour divisions; Grenade & , s Clubs would not have been Temperature (Min.) 71.0 °F
ish Guiana the only colonies com * unreasonable; but the slam Wi Veloci . ‘
peting in all. Barbados and An-| #§ can only ve made in Hearts, § } ina Velocity 12 miles per
tigua have no middleweights, 3 where the 4-4 division of the | hour. .
Aruba no heavyweights, and Trini- : Bane suit provides the 12th ; Wind Direction (9 a.m.) E.
dad’s heavyweight is not named : ‘North's call succeeded ir : (3 pm.) E. by N. |
The season’s festivities will be} its object by crowding the $ Barometer (9 a.m.) 30.014
heightened by the arrival of a ? bidding for his opponent : (3 p.m,) 29.921.
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Notice is hereby given that on April
7th, (GOOD FRIDAY) the BAR will be
closed until 6 p.m., and the RESTAU-
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Nine records were broken an

four equalled.
Long Jamp Division |.

R. W. L. Samuel 19 ft. 10 ins
High Jump Division 1.

S. W. N. Christian 5 ft. 9 ins
Canon Ball Division |.

R. A. John 36 ft. 4} ins
440 yds Division 1.

C. E. Heulle 56 1/10 secs
Long Jump Division <.

F. A. A. Gilead 19 ft. 3 ins.
Pole Vault Division 2.

F. A. A. Gilead 19 ft. 5 ins.
220 yds Division 3.

W. C. Browne 283 secs.

440 yds Division 3.

W. C. Browne 65 1/10 secs.
$80 yds Division 2 and 3.
T. A. P. Smith 2 mins 134

secs.

Victor Ludorum—F. A. A. Gilea
for the second year consecutively
with 30 out of a possible 4
points.

Prizes were presented by Mrv.}
P. D. MacDonald wife of the)
Colonial Secretary. His Lordship |
Bishop Davis presented the retired
headmaster Mr. G. G. Auchin-
fleck BSc. with a cheque)
and an autograph aibun with
the names of all members of
the Governing Body, masters, |
boys and servants who are now |
at the school as a token of their |
esteem.

Golf Boss |
Sacked

CHICAGO, April 4.

The Professional Golfers’ Assc~
ciation of America has announced |
the dismissal of George Schneiter
as P. G. A. Tournament Bureau
Manager.

Joe Novak, P. G. A. President, ;
said last night that Schneiter’s |
“immediate” dismissal had no
connection with a reported revolt
of star players against tournament
practices.

His statement to the Press said
that the Association Tournament
Committee ‘took the position that
Mr. Schneiter had offered to carry
out his duties in a manner consist-
ent with the rules and policies of
the P.G.A. or with the interests
of the membership.”

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fessional players on Thursday at |
a meeting at which, it was report-
ed, the players threatened to
withdraw from the P.G.A., said
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PAGE FOUR BARBADOS ADVOCATE "MM k* 1*1 AI UM —I o im M. mm BU ftllMin Thursday, \pril C. 1950 I'ublic Service IT has always been the good fortune of Barbados to be able to produce men of the necessary' ability to fill her public offices with distinction. This has especially been the case with the Legislature. In the long history of her representative institutions there have been many who have rendered outstanding service. Among these must be included the Hon. D. G. Leacock who now retires from the Presidency of the Legislative Council. Mr. Leacock like many Of his colleagues in the Council, had served an apprenticeship in the House of Assembly. It was no doubt this experience which made his contributions to the work of the Council more valuable and he was able to counsel his younger colleagues against decisions which might at times weigh against the reputation of that body for sane and unbiassed discussions of public issues. His knowledge of business, not only in Barbados but as it affected other West Indian colonies led to his selection to iepn the West Indies at the Ottawa Trade Conference and his intimate knowledge of the sugar industry to his appointment ai representative of Barbados on the Colonial Advisory Panel at the International Sugar Conference in 1937 But these are m the sidelights of the long continued service which Mr. Leacock has never hesitated to give to this country. The time tor a | not yet come but at the end of a period of service such as Mr. leacock ha> dered in the Council It is lining that than should be public acknowledgment. From his know period of years In business and other inn-i ests in this island Mi U ibli to make a worthwhile contribution I conduct of public tent of the Council he succeeded a lung line of Illustrious men whose names are bound up last half century I %  %  -rk cannot easily be forgotten Sir William Chal who was President lor IS yean untl was unique in thai :.• :l the Judiciary as well i Phillips, fl bcr ol the medical Then followed a period of service by Sir John Hutson and by Mr. Clili wno ., mbei <>f both hampion of thi eause of the industry in this island. To tradition Mr. f aarnnlt brought ins pi contniiutii:. in iinwrpttai i kn < understanding of human natim r. in Ba Council ha though unobtrusive. In thai funelii has been able 10 I Iribu-: the poliUoa Leacock. i. badian problems against similar problems in I'.n rto i. %  partlculai % %  thai u classified as "ai and which is exemphhed too ficqucnll. toda) in all climbn li,, nubia simplicity oi acter. his religious faith, have, ooupiad with Barbados, given the people of this i a statesman of true woitl. Hi! ratlK will be a loss to the c immunity. But privacy is a small return of in. ..mo owea him in such great measure. Should His Majesty the King delight to ,i Mr Leacock with Itq whether a Knighthood n that delight will be reflected ill UH of all Barbadians. The Clue In That Kremlin In A World Of (.ill Chairs. Brilliant Women And <. iiiii illit Hours . Two Letters Are Their [m^AV&VSSL. Passport To Privilege II* ( %  Hri4 > Hilainkin \uihiir and Correspondent amonq (he Diplomatic Corps in onrion LONDON'S moat select and OnVtolly pampered guests—you confine Iron Curtain diplomat to a 30-milc ring around London'* Court of St. James's. And, again, in a question in tr>e House of Commons This suggested that since London's CD cars had Increased from 2B4 in 1939 to 780 by last yfai. the whole question of privilege needed looking; into the 780, what get out of their pnviU what Is life like in Sn > Russians are closely concerned by the thr ened rut in privilege*, let examine the headquarter %  %  ii in London For them, life central on Harise. No. 13, Kensington Palace-garden', whirh atom spy Dr. Ernil KlauPuetu ll reported to have \ Slalin's I In it THIS grey, forbidding building looks like a Cromwcllian fortress i\ stand;, has unlfonMd Kuardians, and is known as "Millionaires Includes the embassies of Fi ;.m e Nepal, hi and the legation i The visitor to No. 13 climba worn Itoni when he has rung the bell, is examined through a panel by English%  peaking eon eg brought ihe large lounge is Mth Mowers In : owls, with d.n %  with many easy chairs. A portrait % %  > mate* the room. The lounge—roofed b] poalag |St %  'd man. tall, with tMek %  ring orphan is now in H %  %  %  %  il In 1918, at 18, he was in the Red A oAotw of the lei (Ruaaia'i in Canada. %  %  garden Is the sun loggia, the dining room. A staircase sweeps to the square gallery above. Here are the office* for senior diplomatists, the private flat for the Ambassador, and his library. Kitchens. lesser dining-rooms, garages, arc below stairs, close to _ Mr. Maisky's famous air-raid %  .vhcre former U.S. Ambassador Joseph Kennedy badly bumped his forehead by kg the low telling. About 60 Soviet men (and their wives) enjoy diplomatic privileges in I-ondon, and occupy several mansions in the same road (•wpairiMi. HOW does this compare with the diplomatic missions of th? U.S.A., In their "little America'' in Grosvenor-square? The United States has about 260 on the official list entitled to full diplomatic favours. The total number employed in UV U S .-mb-ssv is nearer 1.0O0. all entitled to limited privileges Many of these Americans are working here for the U.S. armed forces and the Marshall aid delegations. They have taken to parking their can in double liming thp passer-by with the finest CD labels in London. Another tOttCs. txclw Americans is the "Shop." where it {expensive) and all f ir..ported U.S. delicacies in tins are available unrationI .staff. r the smaller nations'* Haiti, the romantic Negro republic. lias five privileged persons in I-ondon. One of them. liDt IXivigneaud — daughter of a leaking ex-editor who left prison to become Minister i id H the "beautiful f the diplomatic colony t HMSa THF Bulgarians have four to QV people here entitled to diplomatic privileges, the Poles 26 and sometimes 27 (including a woman as first secretary), the PanamanU ans seven, the Yugoslavs 23 (including two women on the d:plomatic staff). All together in Bel grave-square stand the embassies of Spain, Saudi-Arabia. Mexico, the Argentine, and, at No I, the legation of Rumania. Bearded, splendidly robed la long Mowing silks. Saudi-Arabia's Sheik Haflz Wahba has an unusual distinction for a diplomat. He was sentenced to prison by the deputies of King George V in the Kaiser war and was decorated at Buckingham Palace by King George VI with the K.C V O The most striking contrast in neighbours? Near the Russians li the r.ome of Mme Rene Massigli. the much-publicised French Ambassadress. Her adventures in fashion and lavish entertaining give more than one woman's shar* of gaiety and brilliance to the diplomatic colony. >l..l;.ls Mar.... THOSE, then, are some of ihi people—medalled, ribboned, and starred—who dominate a corps of 60 ambassadors, ministers and high commissioners in London, who in the new* pages appear to step from a succession of flawlessh served courses in one dining roorr to another. Outs'de wait the liveried chauffeurs, whose normal beat is from one piece of inviolable foreign territory to mother The enviable CD plate on their ars offers more than a salute from the police. It means that their masters do not pay a tax on the car or buy a licence for it; they are not summoned for major or minor indiscretions. I Mr..I ...Food THE envoys—but not lesser fish In the Diplomatic Corps—carry s splendid metal disc to show to any inquir ng policeman; they also carry a generous allotment of petrol coupons, issued by the Foreign Office. There are extra food rations, too. for the Corps Diplomatique. In their vast mansions, they live In a world dominated by gilt tables at which are served the world's best wines ;ind gptrRi (it prices free of tax or duty for senior diplomatists), and cigars of quality which they alone have sampled since 1939. To all this—and to the burdens %  Cy in a touchy world— the letters CD are the passport l E.S I In I'nrr A IVriflMl Of 'I ribiil.ilioii In I In \\ ildrrm-vs What Will Become Of The Tories Mow V WHAi %  d to the oiild command only a bare majority in tha but then position grows stronger every da> Itr, IBM i •fUPV the 14, %  U a had risen to 25. and MB division I %  majority had jumped to 48 lhal the* are %  part} dJvtdad They h*< id the I'arty, but %  %  iing which the Liberals i i In this Parliament \li..s Ili.iuVd want to march %  gltng* the Government on every occasion I want to march at all i lham want to put the %  isu in oflk 01 so that Mr. Attlce and his colleagues. may reap The Tones an on the ca.v. Khajna The Igh to move a vote of censure on the Govengs****Vi mishandling of this sorry affair The .11 not CO-opi Yet they condemn the | i QtuflMlj if It* fv.se to co-OpSg than in Hi. %  af censure t not believe in II? I hrIrs Winloiir mutual co-operation The* milv :. ui.iiatei-i co opacaUoii. Then some of the Tories are opposed to the practice of mixed marriages, but they wish to make a stand for the prlnclpl. Empire is all-embracing. %  a svan raaaoo ?Tui no reason at all for the marriage of a native chief nan. Hut the fundamental weakness of the Tory Party to-day. a weakness that only time can heal, is tha division between the rich and well-born section of the party and Taay*a Ihouiihis "No evil ili.l idue tv widespread economic cauaea can be tured b> iii\4i. phllanthrop) the sufferings unl hardahip> i-i the people ran thus be imil Ui rated, but national effort on romttrurtlve lines I* needed to cure the diseases ol the bod> politic." PERCY ALDEN. "To produce a next sruera i i..ii of wider rather than higher Intelligence a nd more capable of Independent thought, no subjects af a school curriculum axe marr Important than these 'Jure; handicraft*, mathematics, and in.rtt> These are the germinal subject* — the keys la r\cr\ art aad sclencr." -A ROMNKV In *'l'ontemporary R> i ofessional members who ng up to challenge them. ii.iknig politics their career and enjoying no other meai, port Last I i^lilinu Mvu AS Mr A. J. Cummings rcve..lexi lecently m one of his penetrating columns of polilica! commant, some of these men are i iticising Churchill, ttv war-horse, the basis for ill fortunes, whoaa prestige aggressiveness alone collected the formidable mass of Tory votes at the last election. Churchill, wit*i the sole exception of Oliver iAttelton. seams to be the only lighting man left OH tha Front Bench. He and Lyttelton are the Fighting Pair. And some foolish Tories would like to put him out to pastuie The Tor* Fulurr WHAT will bansan ol the A %  will bung theni down In U mation of the people. The> will lose suture and with it lose theihopes of office. So they face I tion in the wilderness Then tlw %  faith They must leain too. the virtues of unit} evils of distension. Above all. they must learn to bid farewell to fear. A pat I is afraid of its future wfll have more than a past. woaLD corvaniHT RtHtavu l • s WHAT l good th.ng it is that coffee in Britain. 'For there is no more soporific job than r-adlng Russisn newspapers and monitor; the Soviet radio. % %  ^ had not had plenty of coffee to k"ep md lively, the backroom boys who : 'ough both for portantl :f .Soviet intention^ might easily have missed a certain Kremlin eouii ircular" It was the one •? WILKINSON & HAYNES CO.. LTD., Sucrewoni, \ C. S. PITCHER & CO., LTD. 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All would, I am sure, join with BM in expressing admiration o' tha magnificent jol> done bl type setters and proof-readers in producing so \ast a quantity ot -il almr-st win leas than of the pul actM-i of th^ tocumng so great an ex. i lost to your readers rV. ... •east-.-. Wbuji are ba %  recommend v adult suffrage and. based upon that, discusses at some 1 as — the U.S A .UK Canada and Ai.iralla—tn which govei I based appears to fuiu I they looked beyond this area — predominantly Anglo-Saxon in background—they iould havt observed other areas, sucn a> ace, where this same form of Government il a lamentable failure It rash to 9 %  %  to point out that %  for a population even Hfeora h>i erogenous than that of the proposed Federation and was made tot list icpresentation of minority groups, including • I .-traduced European trading con, Something of this kind might well have been put forward for the Federation In which it aprffoct. that the produc*' tion of primary commodities for export upon K b economy of the area is based. Is to be placed wholly at the mercy of the field labourerchoose to exercise the po-ver r.iversal suffrage will There are will -ee to it that they do so of the GovernorGeneraJ practasst. seaea) • %  pan'. ruaaiana af its timat m the* face ould lead diiectly to dlaaatar. The whole scheme teems to me to offer too much and too soon i 11swing perpetual agi tat ion in regard to en] holding of suggested po< n.ay well occur when the proposals come before the Governments of the individual territories S S TYLER April 3. 19M Vsto To the Editor. The Adi SIR.-Noise! Noiae! Noise: Tune vour Radio to Londoi. News, to Trinidad or liana for Religious Worship, or to (ainmen'. : mnnNoise! Noise! -people per-: al appliances in their homes, garages, or arorluhopa, u n l ass Nan,,were propprassed in s with the Law unai Act. It is apaaaaa I Radio OWna : island to unite and lefuse. undei such conditions, to pa' lings Into the treasury < ae month of 1 Government Electrical would soon put a stop to thai and tak* the necessary measures I %  no listeners the protection they are en;lilcd to under the Law of our land Hoping this may catch the eye of our gallant lepresei.the parish of St. htlchaM RADIO BAY STREET %  sj the cinemas on Goou Fridays to see the Passion PU>' of our Lord It is true however, th.it many nave seen the film in the past. but there is a love which grows deeper and dearer in the heart* of those who saw the sufferin t on Calvary of the Redemption of a lost world, and feel It their duly to renew their visit yearly For the past three months. Out to Electricity cut* by the coin MUM can only *hi,w every other night, with thi: Kchedule it will be quite impossible for the many thousands to see the film this year Patsmm Piay Could not the He. 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FAO*. DGIIT BARBADOS ADVOCATE •Br — at the Mace Km been stole* by ttnath^lnd-pah thieves, we thuU be ctmmituUtmaUj ooii*fd to adjourn the ditcuarm on the crirme waw— until x hat ban. diecovend London tram 3a in W.I. Team, The Talk In U.K. Cricket Circles i Advoratr torrrspendenll LONDON. April 5. A storv datelined Worcwter. April 5, states that the .-etl have no fear for the linancial succea* of their English tour, if Worcester can be taken as an example Of the enthusiasm. Cricket is the main topic of conversa tion in this quiet cathedral city. -_ ... — Everywhere I went, in street*. i in thopi, and in public houses, the ; words "West Indies" keep cropi ping vip. Not .no the visit of .the Austilians two yean ago. i k* j l't,£i / j has there been such interest in a Everton feats College 3-1 Everton defeated Harrison College 3—1 when they met hi their Second Division Footl*.. Fixture at Queen's Park yesterdav evening. The game was fairly fast throughout but it was only in th< second hair that the Coileg. forwards did seme good attacking They had many opportunities ol acoring, but kicked the ball wide of the bars on several occasions The first goal for Everton wa^ scored by Gibbons, the College right half. The ball was playine in the College goal area Gibbons went to kick it outside, but unfortunately placed it into the right corner of the nets to completely beat Roach the College goalie match To-day at the County Cricket Club headquarters. I spoke to the Secretary. Brigadier A. M Green He told me there had been a steady demand for tkkeu. nearly onr thousand of which have been sold so far. The count? h anticipating a erewd of about ten thousand, which Iseveral thousand more than their normal gate. To provide the necrw^ry additional ac(ommod-ll.N. pedal tern porsr) stands will be erectedi.eramen as well as BBC. commentators will be at the match which will have something of the atmosphere of Wyatt null the County side will he R. E. S Wyatt. former England skipper, who has toured in the West Inn.. %  .|cted to coll upon Reg Perks. an veteran with twenty years service to bowl the first ball against the tourists. Despite his advancing aria is still one of the top • % %  in England and the ... batsmen will have to be on th. After the ilrst day's play. .. ill entertain the tourists to dinner at the Guildhall, sthare ihaj will t*c introduced to The (oUl Arsenal Players Have Great Team Spirit l P.l.r 11.11.... LONDON A GROCER from Wallasey. Cheshire, will be Ihe centre f attraction for 100:000 pairs of eyes at Wembley SUdicm on April 29th when Arsenal and Liverpool do battle in the 69th FA Cup Final. His name ? Joe Mercer. Arsenal left-half and captain, reckoned by his team mates and directors to be the greatest captain in football today. It was on November 2th 191" .ain And make no mistake mat JOT parked his bin wl.v. Everabout It. Arsenal are a team ol ton, hl> only other proleuional "Id mm Football players. Ilka club, and came to H.ahbury Ob" stars, do not like reveahnf Thine, were not goina so well with Their afes. But 11 is no great Ihe Gunners and 11 was not long secret that the average age of the before Joe was made captain likely Arsenal team to meet UvWlth the arrival of Ronnie Rooks, lerpool will be il And that may iharp-ihooling centre-forward be erring on the side of leniency from Fulharn, Arsenal managed Player, like George Swlndln to avoid ihe relegaUon bogey .goal-keeperl -incidentally he which was hanging over their ; may not be able to play because heads The following season they Ol J suspected appendicitis—Lauwon the League Championship, rie Scot; ;full-back. Joe M.rcer. and that in itself was a great tri11. e 11 e C'ompton (centre-half) but* to Mercers inspiring leaderDenis Cmpton (oiiuide-left) Reg ship Now he has taken them to Lewis ins.de-lcft • and Jommy for the first time since Logic (inside-right) were all es1936. when they defeated Sheffield | ubllshed Mara before the war United by the only goal of the That was eleven years ago and Shortly alt*-. this 1 ••d their second goal White their ccntrr forwnrd, re reived a well placed pass from Edey. He was In hot hard pa-st I The third followed about 10 eonsar and the ball u-uo Kverton forwards bounded to hi." He o with hot f.nd Murray. ft, heade.1 OU %  :,,Tr^ha',, refc,nd.h.|be.v score Everton 3. college 0. A tew mi:, sained Storey opei i score. He received a pass from • m inslar forward and beat gonlie Bowen Wttl irom close range. The last few mil • gune saw Collei lualise and I hard to Increase %  a Referee <\mory blew off ih? score was unchanged %  I yea****] B Culpepp Scale, Archei(Cap.) Bishop, oiton. White. Murray I ll-.rr.Min College Sijuires. Oil i a H. Reid, Codrlngtur B.B.C. RADIO PROGRAMMES INl KDtt AWL MUM SfaessSa*. T.M i :*v.kinM. %  m From ediiorUia S 10 %  m Pr\i*iw"e rama* ID in Thrt* Ccanpstny. IS BoMu u. R*.d. I 4* *.m Film HfW. 9 i in C*M* Down. 11 noon Th* Ne %  It 10 p m H*w Analyui. U P m MM Rarord*. l p m Qtoirvmm Row 1 15 p.m. tUdto Nawsrwi. ** J* m Tatta* It fTom half, 1 p m Tw Nl*i t 10 o-m. Horn* Mm from Britain III am Sporu B*vi*w. ID svaj RaaiH> Ttnmir* p m Th* Hem*. i v m Tho DMIy Sorvw*. 4 IS p m Th StNdlwrt ownsstm., P " yil! rhoK*. 11! pa Ptwamrwiw Patai 30 t> IT. G^aw^lly SpamtUnaT. * MalinM Ja> afcnr—Pwrl", 0 p tm TV rfaws. T IS — --=-_ Analyst*, f 15 pm W# •*• %  * i pa fct-frtar.i N-wy Nowra-ltjr S p n R-ittio ffe*(w-l, IVS pm Trw 9*^ nt Nttrotii. S S P m Orehari itome p.m Th Mows. 0 IS p N>*. rmm Bntn. S IS P m tigrt Port, f JO P m 1*BT UKrVn.l Baldwin Attends Athletics %  .-. %  %  patronage 9! Hiy Excellency HM Go\-ernor Rt Hoi. Ear! baldwm, Nine records w.-re -.roiten aaM lour equalledL*m* Jnasp Wviateei I. R W. L. Samuel 19 r Hlch Jimp DlrtelMi 1 S W N Christian 5 tt. 9 ins. ISM Ball Divtalas, I R. A John M rl 44* yds Division 1. C. E Heullc M Leou Jump Dlviasen %  F A A. Gilead 19 fl Pese Vae.lt IM vision 2. F \ A Gilead '9 11 f ysss IX-Wion 3. W C Browiu> 40 yds Wvlelen 3W C Browne 65 US vote Division 2 aad 3 T. A P. Smith 2 mins 13 4 sees. Victor Ludorum—F A. A. Giles for the irrlvi bnei here until %  are honoured %  %  %  I mined that itch the tourists %  Six Take Part In, Caribbean Boxing Bouls GRENADA. Apul b Six colonies im-iudinK British Guiana, are partlcipaUni second annual Caribbean Ajnateill Boxir.g Tournament Openiun Lnations will I Balliist Qroui on Saturday nitflii I conip*titois n-lunu-ii Si en taken b> Aruha The colonies are AntigUd. Barlaados. British Guiana. QrSJB* ada and Trinidad. This year's cgntpe-tiUon l< four divisions; Grenada and Britpeting in all. Baibados and Antigua have nu mwdU 1 AruUi no heavy wet, 1 dad's heavyweight u no) 1 The soaaon't. festivities will be heightened b> the srrivaj ,.i %  pouuljr Trinidad Band. STANDARD BRIDGE ty M. Harrison-Gray N. S KgjillM s > Is t S3 W. B. S> A ft • AS74 f K UIM &f I &f A q J ft 4. K g in 4 v 1 ; B. ft II Till tKIIMI • Ml In a IM? ('told Cup match Nuiui jjjaMil In Room 1. East opened On* llfart nnd %  ed with Three .1.tract wai .... 1 In Room 1 NuiUi opened vltta Thrv Spades. !troe No Trunips. ntlonal request for 4 take-out after a Three-bid, ^JB facod with %  dimcult rjll and pau A> Ea*t had mown s powerful lund, a bid of Six rlubo would not hiivr born ; but tho ilam fin mily r* inadr In Bearti i 1 .. trump suit niovldei the l?th ..•cwded ii opponent* match. Ask any tootnall fanwith tlie of an Arsenal supporter —how It has been done and he will answer in two words "Lucky Arsenal" There would be an element of truth in that re, would not be entirely correct. The real answer would be the great team spirit which OXlM M sort of spiri". that rory Arsenal pla>fi tn|0) OVl iname and which refutes iny possibility of the word 'defeat*. Thrir Share Arsenal have certainly hud their share of luck as far as the draw nan gone. They had the maximum of foui hnmr lies bOfOIO thev met Chelsea at Tottenham In th' semi(inal And when they walk on to '.'.'. mbley will have established 1 rsseocd for anv team having travelled a total distance of only eleven mites to reach the Cup rtnal But being drawn at home in a ..ulomattcallv asmre a team a place in the next 1 to 'iKht Wf \hv have shown magnificent team spirit Probably no : In thr 1'iuntry could %  hi back as th< 1 against Chelsea after t*lng two goals down But I were inU the will W win—and A iu ihoy did. Yes, the loam of 'old men as , ban don.it Friendly Football Association 1,. %  4,1 u\iiass K.ngri> \ St M.1V1 Uld 00 x Lvonards !' %  .1 .M Ba> C E > u iros. m is J wry lar c slice out of the life of a professional footballer Th< advancing years however are not likely to worry the Arwhich appears In the %  ,.d the. are far more likely to act in their favour. Steady nerves and cool brains— gained fags experience—are two essential requirements for any player appearing In a Wembley THE BARBADOS AQUATIC CLUB XOTtCB TO MtMaCBrt g'Sa^irje.'ttAgS 1 c.,.- an... S pm. and tn. HSaTAL MtdiWn throuahoul th* y By oftla>r Commllto*. sprNcrn Sawremr. #4.60— In Miimrie* Ami whatever the result, this %  to thousands who saw Arsenal in their great hey-day in the early '30s The names may be different, but the methods employed will be just the same; cast-iron defence and a series of breakaway attacks II might not be pretty football to watch but it is effective and what is more it has served to make Arsenal the best known football club in the W'irld, Win or lose. Arsenal are going %  I'.ion dinner after (ha match js they did in the days when they were managed by the late Herbert Chapman and later by George AIUM-U. My guess is Uon will be completely |ust MARINE HOTEL SUPPER DANCE Saturday Night April 8th From 7 to 11 p.m. Percy Green and his 'Orchestra. Dinner — $2.50 The Weather TO-DAY % %  a Kiars: i.Ji an. %  aa Mai i.it am. Moon I ..-I I.K.|> II uilln. par hour. ....! Dlrr.lion >. a.m.1 I .3 p.i.1 I. b> N. %  aramrfr .1 ami Jatll 13 am.. !tJl Golf Boss Sacked CHICAGO. Apni 4. The •Professional Golfers' AsscAmerica has announce-J the dismissal of George Schneiter as P. G. A. Tournament Bureau %  Jue Novak, P G. A. President. said last night that Schneiter's "Immediate" dismissal had no connection with a reported revolt of star players against tournament practices. His statement to the Press said that the Association Tournament Committee took the position that Mr. Schneiter had offered to carry out his duties in a manner consistent with the rules and policies of the P.G.A or with ihe intere*'* of the membership.'' Schneiter. who had met professional players on Thursday at a meeting at which, it was reported, the players threatened to withdraw from the PGA said he felt he had appeared at the meeting simply in the capacity of "carrying *>ut my dul —Renter. A PICNIC & DANCE !ln Aid of Scholarship IU at The Ch. Ch. Girls' School . OIL %  • EASTER BANK-HOLIDAY. April iOth. ADMISSION :::: 2/Musle by . Mr 0. Gltten*' i in hr*.u.. Dnrtcinc from 12 Noon lo S p in Kefrehhmenu on Sale READY TO-DAY HOT+BUNS J&R BAKERIES AND GODDARDS. DANCE AT THE BARBADOS AQl'ATK CUB (Local .V Visiting Members Only) 9 p.m. SATIRDAY. APRIL lh. Music bj HARRY BANNISTER and hi. ORCHESTRA Iditii. lo Ballroom 4 4.50 —<0. IN&tW. ill Do Ii Even lime •— %  •—— Wowa is THIS y?' AN OLD MOVIE.'! V.CTOR KAlRHAlR RE/AEM5=S H.M PRUNBJ-A?V.HAT AHAM-6EE! I HAVEN'T SEEN HIM RDR A6ESH\ |iiumy Hatlo rT (SOSK.A Pus~o--#>' THE S hOsEyv.ooN %  &/A PCtJK. STANPIN3 ) The Marine Hotel Spatial tASTKR Dl tORATIOSS In nr inaiiiiilicrnt Ballroom. COLD DANISH BUFFET SUPPER From 1 In II uYi"< -ERNIESMembers are requested to attend a MEETING to be held on rHURSDAY April 6th Star p.m. Cold buflel consisting of Fresh Shrimp Cocktails 1'atide f'oie The usual Turkey 81 Ham Russian Salad Mmce Pies und The usual Til-Bits Pip Pip Ch V. There is a feelinf of rettfulneu throughout the home. Worry and anxiety have given place to relief and cheerfulness — BABY IS ON COW & GATE NOW Look at him All chuckles and chubblness — weight increasing — sound bones forming — brimming with health, happiness and vitality. HE CANT SAY COW & GATE YET, BUT HE LOOKS IT! 1 THOSE :XP % %  OH TV SORT OP "TOO• -P.ANXT0''0*.S.". X" •*60. IU-. 00 ,n *e pjjj. ,. mk Ta.f, IT'S GOOD TO KNOW s & s I* Matured Blended and Bottled by Sll'ART & SAMPSON LTD. • % %  ol la MI< ear S & S again STIABT SAMPSON LTD IsaaYiaartara tal Boat Raa. % uIui's A Oiitiliiifs at Ihv ll(OVIU \\ PLA1TIL LA1NCOAT. with H-.4* il fti.lo a S4.U • M*aS> I i. \-l M BACK l UI'H MftH Blacfe. !!..- H kit* t*t. *• %  US •• "• PLAatic caiUHUN't a\oi n.w ,,., i. uaiu, iiu.n ami sS IBILDafcS s 1 LAEBJ: ....I. WSIU. Br.-i. frm 3'. (• I CBU.DBEN I VNHLKi., U Mklu. Br... a PMk .t... '— U*. • IHIOAIIWA, IMIISS SIIOF. _i -. ssasBjaLaji j A U/ii£ — £cvfwmtM WITH BOW RAN ITE \Nncouovn num Thr rrlrnllra Enemy ol Ru.l lh^ Proved Prolrrtor ol Iron and -ir.l OOES F. THEST LASTS LONOB'B P 11 "00— 1,000 sq. feet, one A C sucked I.. Red. Orer. Black and Saper Black 1 Heal Maad*j tOHA* WILKINSON & HAYNES CO., LTD.



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THIRSRW. \IMtIl. 6, 1950 BARBADOS ADVOCATE CLASSIFIED ADS. One Month For Bodily Harm PAGE | Oil SALE AUTOMOTIVE 10 H P Saden Two i Ilatiery .. .1. gg .: 1* HP .table •irfiinn Ml loottitled ... lullUt compartis,m BUM. wn --— H Byiwt I law ,n. cont.1 lard Vanguard. Cm [ ir.ilceae ruier 3J0. Oood for %  _. May II Apply >>y Phone; My*r. Wl-vdaor Mat teL ,.,<• let* ft Conncll. IIP Hillman Mini I. lleeKwith Place. CAB -1W. Ford Analla In ieall> good I M 3n FOB RENT HOUSE!LITTLE HAMILTON. St La%  ^~l. J DMioom. • Fiom Page 5. „„i, M r Ward: I asked the accused about the receipt when the I postmen brought in theirj I e is nothing to show the date %  postman re.Xirned a [jeeipt I am sure that accused did not return the receipt teiTmSig, KM= £|_i r PC lo have a %  "e.Oa. D -nm *""-" %  ,' %  %  ^--search made Mrs. Hindi had -—————">.d her about another letter that "i%E* !" *£22*l i "Lf"' """ f h0 h d ol !" 'ved. and I told Khekea. , io£iX .^"reVS* !" '1 her that some -American mail had <,;.,?£ JT !" B S^." > """"• "^i" ' !1 '" POrt-of-Spain. Be%  a* s, J.lS'J'nSST^' """' ? ,mc aboul ,he '" n !" kc IhoSJgS H Blair Hi>nm>r. 4 4 So searth A dunlinat. M-asase. .. JT. RIPI-EY-ON-RBIMaxwell t-edrooms. fully furnuhrd fol July wtd f reni o,. \AN!**• Juriei rordaon 10 cwt T.rtt Van rruleage under 9.QS0. ownr .:ood condition, tor viewing isaBaW; BIP*> %  rMerd's Auction jurdwood Alter, a duly 4.4.Mr—; CAP—Varuniard. practically new. In MM feet condition Recently cheeked over Woik. Only .lone MOO liiri Absolut* bargain at ta.lM. On MM (.iru> or phone 4SS3. 5.4.60— Sn. BEDFORD TRUCK 2-3 t..n with cab ,v,,, roujly (iaiaic Dial 4tl. M.SS an. LIVESTOCK *I1II-1 large muloa. Harlord. Norwood. St. Jan* One reliable rid inn or draft ,|s to V DVane. Ad I Plvme 1433 (Mr*In ( U rnTIi^7 ,K ANDS st **"-"~ runE? J h mon,h *W PO. Bon 1M for fur-iver particular! Foe men only, good re *>n See. Comlort ST t^ rood. Telephone IT.-HI !,—i wrence. Term> 4 4 50~3n nvth. A duplicate receipt is not Kiven except at the request of the ivcr lost or misplaced any receipt*. I always receive mem from the postmen myielf. Miss IP. O'Ncalc who had acted tor the Postmistress told the Court that before going on leave the postmistress had said some34437 l her ab Ut th lettcr ."'-^ HOUSE -LUMI street A 4 % %  -.-.hVbu.ineM.und WiihorwYihni -Sif5i. 1,, I 1 . ,l,rfU,urr ConUet imniedl S"-et .,!] J4M' P !" """*" 1, fr*n i April U^v 'remlae. No. fl 9.n Street Si,lthi -itmilaf type of buore.I> PTeml.rt NI 31 3 30—t r n Agency i— 'intact Immediately swan Street %  WM, iiasilrura. fumiahed froen May Ut All com/oei Erurtlah bath* wllh heater. i ^"* *'1* ,K1 verar*Smh Tele < IIGHTINC. PLANT Climax 2.7S KVAled S4B0 0O. Cmirtoy Garaae, DUl 4S10 '• •'" 3II POULTRY Bred Plymouth Rock Chicks 3 week* old. Phone 2M0. 0 4 50—In MECHANICAL SEWING HACHDfl ^inatei Sen .. i „tlr Little uied. A* aood %  Ider nr !" *• sMlt 6.4 50— I f '£25 —*** •wnM by obtaining order, for private Chrtitmea Caraa fron our frvenda. No prevtoui Hpni>r> teaMi-y. Write today for beautiful fre. s-mple Book to BrlUln %  larenl .nr oeinen Pubitaben; hljhMt comnhtiio.. nrvelloua rnomry makUur opaociuiUU AN ANNOUNCEMENT %  n d.-id leblc offer refuse 6 4 50 l! llrrrule. A Phillip.. LowtiMe.y Garase. Dial 43l Nune. Bank Ha i %  HI dlBiBC table to In HuUon Pavilion Road, 8.4.50In. --ri.il imCJ I iHMT.illt HI.* Irawer, lettei and foolicap %  Ues with Ixickn, Stationery rupboard* with lock., etc CourtMy Oaraie, Dial an. MISCELLANEOUS %  ii... I IAI.VANISE niirrrs %  ( %  use flit itfl "ii-.. • and Mt. Ienlh |ei*> mild meet pi* I MS and 3 s ID varloua ! %  . Enqulr %  Auto Tyre Company. TrafaluaStreet 1 uie that vou .ii be iwl uu.1 I have added to my buHneu • -Reeling departinvnl with and mm quit* ready U at a iniall charge • ffVkiit tiajT colleei .1] vow o I0. DABCY A. SCOTT. Magiulnc Lane 2.4. SO—3n NOTICE PABisa or BTT ANDBLH Application, for the vacant po#t of >iMnut at St Saviour, will be received 9 (IN undenigned up to Saturday lith •prll r.uther particular* may be had in iippiicaiion lo the Parochial Trea.urer. Signed C. A SKINNER. Vetry Clerk. SI Andrew. 4.4.50—3n. r.AI.VANIsrj> PIPE. I1F.JU Kal"iil*ed [>iirr foot. A. BARNES & CO. LTD 26.3 JO t I lok Reflex 35 Anlitlgmat wllh nh mm attachment and dark yellow, green nnd ra and Wraion eipoeure metei i tSSo.oo or nearest offer. Telephone uli ..l 3913, between 10 m:. 4 4 50— If. NOTICE •KM KI.ITV GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB Will n.. i HOUK will b April Ttn. An, number wlahlng lo play on ,h# tour.c may do io. lie ihould arranie with the Caddy Matter for hie Cltlb lo be avaiUble. SecreUry 8 4 M-2n. PI'BLH' ItUJMj AUCTION I HAVX been Inatructed by ib l Wreck, to offer for tale by public on Thureaay IJth day of April -. -viock the 3J lone. Schooner called the %  Potlck" at prMant lying m the areenagw east of the old brtdge ThU •chtt^ier I* Copper fattened and hai m Marine engine Term* caeh. D'ARCY A. SCOTT. 3.ISO-*.. ^ AuCtJon — % %  REAL ESTATE %  SUNSBT VBW-Jtoekltr. (Adjoin log BLUE WATERSl. on the land .Id of the road facing the Bay with 13,40 Miuare feet ol land Including the lap .'•.TO... the read running to the water'< -ace The houM contalne verandah drawing and dining rooma. three bedriHim* with running water. jnd All ntij, rfnee, Includlnff kitchen wlln cupl—.d". VViter Becunclly. Qa. andRadio innuiled Garage and Servant* room* Iiitpeetlon an day—Phone SMS. Mr. IlelUmj The abo\e will be eat up to public CCenpattUen mt the office of the underlgned on Friday, the Hal of April. 1930. •t 2 p.m. CARJUNQTON . SCALY, Luca* Slrtei 31 3 50-lJn. BUNOAI^JW AT NAVY GARDENS Bultl December lets Cool quiet 1 sion. roofed Ever It e Verandah. Drawletters to me. I signed all except Sbt had spoken to the accused within a week's time, witness said, and he replied that he had brought it in already. The receipt was not brought in by him or any other postman during the time she was -acting. She had Mot up or. ceipt to the G. P.O.—34278 during thetime she acted. Phillip Austin, ;i postman attached to the St. Lucy Branrh corroborated Mrs. St. John's evidence about her asking the ac tused for the receipt, and accuseds reply that he had brought in the receipt. To Mr. Ward: I cannot remem ber what time ot the day it was when Mrs. St. John questioned (he accused. It was around th end of July. George A. Slocombe. Senior Posttmu of the St. Lucy Post Office gave similar evidence. HalTord Hinds a carpenter ( Crab Hill. St. Lucy said he wa; the husband of Ida Hinds. He went to USA in August. 1948 on the emigration scheme. He returned to Barbados on September 10. 1949. Conversation the U.S.A. he worked t South Shore. Florida with the United States Sugar Corporation. On July 23. 194U. he went to South Bay Post Office and sent $15.00 in notes to his wife. The money was registered and hr not his receipt from tru Poatmisl at South Bay Post I i i tot a reply (rom his wife but sent her another letli His wife then replied. After rt'turning to Barbados, %  had a conversation with his wife and went to Bent ham's Port OfflOt. St Lucy. He later went to the General Post Office to the Postmaster and showed the receipt he had got when he sen*. the money home to his wife. To. Mr. Ward: Thil the some one. A lady attend"! Urn. The receipt was written in nk and then handed to him. Ida Kinds wife ol HalTord Hinds said that her husband .•ent to Amenta in 1948 an-i returned September 10. 194J. While in the U.S.A. he sent hefl money in notes by registered letter fortnightly. When the postman brought a letter he would give her a receipt which was signed by her. She knew theiCCUMd who a postman in her district. He brought her many registered letters. She signed all exceot one for July 23. As the nevei received it Statement The last letter she receivid was on August 26. Att< i it she went to the P< and made a complaint. Her husband then came over and sh wenl to the Postm.iSt.r aftta ihi was called. She made a statement to him. She has a daughter who is married. Her daughter's hu.ii i-;.ited to tbe accused. Her daughter signed receipts (OC her 0B two occasions whilr she was ironing. One she believMarch and U April Her daughter 111 her and visited her occasionally. I i had any quarelling with the a'-riised. She never not the letter of July 23 iron, the accused. To Mr. Ward My husband sent DM m..iwy fortnightly by registered mail. I rucived man> husband, but the one lor July 23. The accused delivered all the I and Breakiaat Room* Fliclienetle wllh built In larder and cup. board*, toilet and tiled bath, 3 bedroom*, rath with Urge preaaee and witer, carag*. aervanl*' room, toilet, bath. limo. t"fakfa.l and olher frull treM. lawn, and yards good condition. Inspection by -ppointment only. Archie Clarke Phone 4530. B to 4. 4 t U In two which were signed by my daughter. All the letters I received were intact. i buylna Raul IF VOU are im F-Mnte theee'a n_ „ ..bout from whom nnd Iron, %  -an gt It, D'ARCY A SCOTT <' Matrarlne Lane ha* It. If II* t planUtn with 3M acrea or aomethine for 'itnvlng with 20 or It acra. aod a hu*e in %  midenUal eacUon. or %  omfhe. M a hotel or gueei houM. or a houie Brighton on the MO. or a builne** •flare, or a *pod houae with 10 acre%  nd -• dalrjwith 30 cow*, whatever it i scoTT can mpply It Make an ip Intment by Dialling 3743, 3M5. S4O0 -t. SCOTT. la-e S.4.IO-3n MAKE YOUR CHOICE whilst w* have them A DE-.UXX TAMJE MODL Oreen Enamel Ga* Hotpiate wllh 3 Balling Burners and 1 Grill Burner con ptete with pa A uTti.iTY an rOT C.RIY Enamel GM HotpUle with 3 Bell irur Burners 1 of which Is a ie.er,tble Grill convplele wllh pan SS8 41 Call and see them At Your Ga Showroom JIMP1ES AND *LACKHEADS %  >f-_Chos's Ointm.m "SUITINGS Knglinh Textile House have laVffaUMI f*r Reliable AgenU to sell Col Lengths on C.O.I>. basis. Goad ("ommiaslon. Apply Bex l. 1171 African d or unlikelihcxN: .: of being more prepared, and therefore less ba surprised packer." he said. I-olita Slocombe of Crab Hill, St Luc> said that she was the daughter of HalTord and Ida Hinds. Her husband and the accused are related. Her father went to the U.S.A. m IMS and icturned in September. 1949. ICW sent registered liters to her mother She signed two of them for her mother, one in March and the other in Aprn The accused delivered the letters Receipts produced were the ones she signed. To Mr. Ward: I signed tx>:h receipts at my mother's home 1 did not sign any at the Po^t Office. Accused Speaks Miss St. John recalled said that both receipts went to the ;'ddicssee and were then brought back to the Post Office. Bot.-. letters had money orders in tham. To Mr. Ward: In both of that*. instances. I delivered the letter: to Mrs. Hinds. The daughter hai never been to me for registered letters. This closed the case tor the prosecution. Bfani Carlyle Dowding the accused then took the witness stand. He said that he lived Bishop's. St. Lucy and was employed as a postman at the St. Lucy's Post Office. He knew HalTord and Ida Hinds. He also knev. Hinds went lo the U.S A. He hCtd delivered many letters to Ida Hinds. He took out registered packets on 27th July but could not remember the amount He kne he took one to Mrs. Hinds ana •ha signed for it. He uunalleu it and then took it back to the Post Office. He delivered the receipt to Miss St. John the Postmistress. Miss St. John liked him for the receipt about 3 oi •i weeks afterwards. He had delivered the receipt to Mrs. Hinds but she subsequently told him sbt 1 had DM received it. To Mr. Reece: 1 know Slocomlxwho is head postman of the St. Lucy's Post Office. I heard him say that he had checked receipts for Miss St. John. Miss St John had asked me for th? feceipt dated July 27. but 1 do not remember it Slocombe was present. Miss O'Neil had also asked me for the receipt. I had rttutlMd. the receipt to Miss St. John the morning after I had delivered th' letter to Mrs. Hinds. I did not ask any of the postmen it \Viey were present when I delivered the receipt to Miss St. John. I know Mrs. Hinds well. I neve had any quarrel with her nor with her daughter. I delivered all receipts and registered letters to Mrs. Hinds. Slocombe told me that Mrs. Hinds had made complaint to the Poslmis tress about %  letter she had not received. The same evening I saw Hafford Hinds and his wife coming from town. Hinds told me that he had just come from the Poutmaster concerning a letter which he sent his wife and she had not received. I said all lett.i ed for Mrs. Hinds had been delivered to her. I have never lost a letter before. To the Chief Justice: I handed the receipt to the Postmistress the morning after I had delivered the letter and was sure about it. Whan Miss St. John and later Miss O'Neil asked me about the receipt. I said I had already returned it. At this stage, the Court was ndiourned until to-day at 1000 o'clock. It* Tai-Hale Bay Gardiner Austin 4B Co IN* PORT Jarh Alexanatrira R M V AgenU. laidy Jot s*-( E\ ardene. C M V Ipana LM. Ha) vh Mgnuaia Sch r>-rt*r. Skrh Zlto WofULa. Sch rASSBNOSJU AaUUVOlO BY Emanuel C GoritDn. Sen Adttui.*, Sch LABY BUDNKY Burma .D Son Woratjsrful CourieaUor Srh Phlllye Mark. Sch FTMWM W Mm Dousdaa r-rewer Mi**** Patricia Rmith. sch w L. siuueu. M V carBrewer and A lsreer. Iv oiurV "*•• Covert, MM KaUUeen Ooweet. Mi. . ***"*". %  "•* On. Mr. SeacaUr Grtfltth. Mr .J^ 1 "" 1 "" S s R M s **>Rodney FrancM JohnaMi, Kr. John McKfuie •SFT lone, Copt lablanc: from St M* ViotM Read. MkRodeetrTlraRMv Luela Agen*. Gardiner AuoUn Co Mr Pore* Adksen*. Mrs Marine Adam. 1 w Ur Herbert Blnet. Mm Greta Rtne" SB Can. Challanger. 3S38 tone, Capi U> Harold Ousa, at*. Markn Crros aessU, from Tnnidad. Aawnte, Gardlnef *> Edward S3*, Mrs Jean IT Mr Dan Walk-r. Mr Crichlun Scott. M V. Dossra-ood. M tone, Oapt Mr John Ntchoseon. Mr. Kenneth si io,ia Agent*: Dean-ton, Mr Oeorgsr Moore. Mr Bru. Mhuonrr Owner." AMoculuai Laahhry. Mr I>eatiiOJid Leahlcy M |,,r,,,llu Arthur Peterkln*. Mr Joseph Jcflci Schomwe lady Ncoleen. 41 tons, Mrs ClnrUua Jeffer* ... D oMISIIM local AgenU %  I AhADIAM IHALISN<. *&&& fw-ners' Aasocuriwn UN MlrUm CVaham. Mr. Wpufre) KMs 1...1V n,.,nrv 4 SOT taos Grahav... Mr JoaMkh Fordo Mr* C.piain IMUie; for M Vinomi Decette AleMtO. ^^ IN Tt.lt II WITH BARBADOS COAST STATION Cable and WtnaStg Wtat Indies* Ltd. netta. Mormaciern. Salami*, lVmc>„.i. adiue lhat the) can nijw communicate Atlantic Shsppet. Araenlina. Cotlica, with ine followins; -hips rrn-ousm their M T Vikinggn, Clracia, Dayano Fort Barbados Ccoat Statin Artvherst. Derwentdale. P..lac. Soya. Dalino. rniMo. New Lonrosus. Spurt. Stony Point, s... in. llolderg, Hecuba. Frtgga. Jane Stove. C. O Thuhn Kearnt Orrcon EapreM. Lo.de Panther. Mykigi. Spring Water. Umpsn* A Amorifel. S.S. Laiea Uruguay. Gulf Dawn, CleopaUo. Patriot, Alpnacca. Mormac Gulf. Comedian, films Hoasner, Challensier. l imiiCanadian, Conqueror. San Vulfi.no %  AnipaiCalitoi CalumbU, Calliroy lady Rodnev. Ak Thc-ln :-. I %  .,!.*. ^OJULA411 RupeJ Green Mt Man, H-'RnM sRSUVALS — n, n.W.I.A.L. Mr Ju*tin Han -. a %  ..KAKAMr N B. Phelp.. nUe. Mr David Tuckei Mis. Mar. Dur-ani. M.. A Wriai.t OaOal MoShi %  Id, Mr. E. Howard. Miu P. Deacon. Mr ll-makl Noc-. Mr Char lei Pal Howaid, Mia. N. Ham H.hei. Mr I'rler tar.n. Mr Niael 11,.:t. i Cnrreia. Mrs. A Corrola, Mr David \ Uan HOUMHI. M Hi s*M Correla. Mr S Nruiuihl Mr Doug la • Willi.n,.. reta, Mr C Crai.Mrfj Mi May I'.lc.v Mi Aohri. Mr V Craair. lion E F Williams, Mr John llamh. Mr Erneslo Mrs X. McDavid. Mr. A. L. Hals, Mr Philipaon Nerde. Mr. Charlei II r^slH II. .n lusrissdjea-Cuke. Phiibu*. Mr IrvlM Onlay. Mi Mr. Kampden-Ciike lamnbell. Mi Charle. Baeia. Mr WoodM-n.ii It,ifly. James ley Anlhony. Rev Vivian ComUalong. Mr. Dull., t aimen Merlo. Dili. Merlo, Violet Gilben Vvonet, Mr Pue. Mr Strew, Miuv.nl. JIM Ri-miii. M.:,.>u llian.hi. Mm Pamela Paul. Ml.Mane lllgglns Kh..irrih Earwood. Natalie FM IT 1 t'ciA MsM I in. (SMIS, Mr aarwoad, KMII..IHI FarwiHKl. loulse ClpNedfie Gilbert. Mrs letitia Gilbeit. Mr MM-I Ifgrm, I Urn. Hans Anthem. Mitchell. Kua-ler. Aline Kugler. Ham Dallman. Lauia Brutaard, Sue TgyFor ANTIGUA: Mr George King. Mrs Ini. Maria Molinet, Laeha Mol.ncs Mat> Michalen Glowacki ttovo Moi.net. A C Carte.. For ST KITTS Mr Arthur Carter. Pal Regan. Jean Aird For LA OUAIRA: Mr Auauito Uabali i M i i nth -H, n v*.i A.I.. don. Mr John WilliamMu* Gertrude Peg TRINIDADHan Mat| Harlord. Eberslgdt Brother VfeiiMti Of Shooting Brother In "Mercy 1 Kilting ALLEKTOWN, Pennsylvania. April 5. Raymond Mohr told a jury today that his brother Hnrolu %  Kaymond .vas the tirsl witness when the state began its case against 36-year old Harolu Mohr, accused of murder am. volunury manslaughter In the "mercy" killing of Walter Mohr. aged 55. who was blind and cancer ridden for 15 years. Raymond saut he sow Harold sitting in the dining room and asked htm what was wrong. He illeged tha; Harold replied "1 shot Walter" Harold has pleaded not guilty to the charges. —Reuler. MAIL NOTICE Mall; for St. Lucia. %  Grenada and Aruba by tn, wood win be closed at the Gessrrai Post Orhce as under Pssroei Mall. Ita*p*tercd MaU and OrOlnary' Mali M 3 30 p m TO-DAY 6U> April ISM Mussolini Papers Auctioned MILAN. April 5. Important oocuments relating to Mussolini's fascist regime were auctioned in a "black marketshortly after his death and are now probably in the hands ot foreign collectors nnd governments, the newspaper torriore iwua sera reported to-night. The director of the state Archives, is at present trying to trace the missing letters, among which are to be made fac-simile copies of correspondence between flle Italian Director and Adolf Hitler. —(Reeser.) 80m. Refugees GENEVA. April 5 Paul Ruegger, President of the International Committee of tha Hod Cross, staved here today that the world has "the taaaaCaii l.gure of 60 to 80 million r i T ua,U!l .. He said there were HO.000 refugees from Palestine Co.ooO from C.ieece. 70,000 from Kashmir and 7.1.000 from Burma. The International Refugee Organisation had 150,000 i>eople in its care. Ruegger laid Reuler .70 Venezuelans Will S/wnd Easier Here Czechoslovakia Aiiti-Gutholir War • From Page 1. thro rtati not published. In addition to prison terms M a eh alka T^ovsky, suhan and Dr. Masilak were ordered to pay fines of 90,000 crowns eavh. Braito und L'rban weie rUMd 30,000 lab, Kajpr and Bleslk 20,U00 crowns cuch, and Mikulasek I0.0O0 cf I leit their citi/enship for 10 yaai Bartak. who lose* them for three years The i ourt ordered conilscation xcapuon of B riie ritual aqujpcnanl BUS and U %  [nla found :*• devoted i'>>ses. The arms and ammunition found havfl baan r^onlli Appeal list official ne\^ rj that three of the 10 Chuichinen Mntemed b Court in wYJuad appeal. i dot VitTajovsky, ears hard labour, KranUsk Si!h,,n. the Jesuit ITOvincial. sentenced to 25 years, and Dr. Jan Mastilnk, sentenced to hard labour for life, Ceieks said. — (Reuler. ( # From page 1 man, and was in the trench Un-."-imouud Movement during the war, writing articles for one ol .lie Underground newspapers. He oad to escape from VTBI coniered by the Gestapo anu went to Spain where he spent foui inonths in a concentrau -uied De OauUf and in Kngiand joined the K.A.K. and married an English girl. His training ended at the end of th war. Since that tune In uying commercial aircraft Now living la Veneiucla be sa>s "I'm n Frenchman married to an Kn.ltsb girl and Hying a Spanish plane.' As the noise ol 50 Sp-nish voices illled the Terminal Building out of the terrific din caini an American voice, "Say Mister, do you know wheie I can hire a car? It was Mr. Alexander Garcia Caracas is an AIIM.UM;. '" SC ^Bjvc Executive for Philip M'jrns cigarettes. From Philadelphia, he ivmg in Laun America for many years and this is his Brsl trip to Barbados. vVilh his Cuban born *Je he is spending <-nd at the Royal Hotel Dr. Fernando Salazar another passenger, is an Agricultural Engineer. He said how very Impressed he was with the agncullural development of the island. were a great many olher passengers. "There *.. exclamations' he said, "as we circled over the island, and saw how much is cultivated and how beautiful It is." Youngest passenger to make the flight was little Gladys Hc;,tia. not *afl one year old. and incidentally this was her first air flight as weU. Wllh her parents and three-year old brother she is also spending the weekend here. Her father. Director General <>t Banco Obrero de Venezuela.' The aircraft is due to leave for Venezuela this mom -lock and %  I Sunday, leaving on Monday with i the returning tourists. ICE CREAM FOR BOB LOS ANGELES, April 5 I Bob Falkenburg. who won the 1048 Wimbledon Lawn Tennis t Title has announced that he Is ( leaving the game to becon operator of an Ic.Qeagm Com pany In Mio de Janeiro. Talkenburg to he States Davis Cup Te„ ; C ud he would Iver Oaks Tournament at I •ton. Texas, later this month. —Reeler' Mindszenty Dead • From page 1. latest information is that he waa well, and they do not believe that such iniorinalion could lw hidden from them fui long. Vatican retwipapai Osservatore said to-night '.(..it the last deiinite news of Cardinal .dition dated back to the visit of his mother on the last Sunday of September 1849. "Two days laler, the was transferred from the prison of Guyilufogha/ and his mother who tried to visit him, was told not see lum, ''Osservatore" said. "Afterwards various unconlirmi*d reports were circulated about ti Gamma! One ol these said he had been taken to a clinic In Slovakia, wheie he had undergone a throat operation. "The Hun loi'ltles rethc bishops exact news of the health of the Cardinal, stating only that it was satisfactory. It appears, however, that recently the psychological ro'ndition of the Cardinal had baan very low. and latest reports indicated that he was also suffering from serious heart trouble. Another unconfirmed report is that regarding the death of his former secretary Monslgnor Andrea Zakar. who had remained constantly In prison". "Osservatore" added. A FINE DINING TABLE MAKES YOUR EATING MORE AGREEABLE i 11 II DINING ROOM FURNISHERS now have a Sne uppor tunlty ai buying from a Select Assortment of Modern and earlier! shape* and sins in MAHOCANW or Mahoganlaed Pine DINING TABLES SIDEBOARDS aid CH'.NA CABINETS LS. WILSM Tr.r.l,., H,,„i. DUJ (M "Lady Rodney" Brings Wheat, Flour One thousand bags of wheat Hour were discharged for Barbados by the S.S. Lady Rodney which arrived ben supply came from New Bfune w Ick and is consigned to Mrs K it Hunte & Co. Ltd. From Halifax the Rodney brought 2,100 bags Of dairy feed for Mrs. C H Klmh Ac Co. Ltd. Pickled pork was also brought for Mrs Evelyn Roach while the larger QUI pickled nie.it .niviiiK was distributed among Messrs Gardiner Austin It Co.. Ltd. ai I Co. Ltd fresh a small quautitt "1 apple* were also disclun Ked Also arriving was the Can i baUetnaag which brought a quantity of canned juice, niarnuladc and iru.c for Messrs A. S. Brydai it sons. Other cargo brought was n number of shirts, drums of add, steel roils am) IOCM personal effects Fresh fruit, charcoal, cocuanuts ztul personal effects were brought by the M. V. Daerwood whic.i also arrived yesterday. The R-M.S. Lady Rodney wide arrived yesterday left last night for St. Vincent where it will continue Its voyage to Grenada Trinidad and then to Beimuda. The S.S .Olive bci.' • : |*| SHIPPING NOTICES %  ^ Daaraiao*) ... for St. Aruba ... M„,I MOMKSAl. AI KTRALIA N4JW 7SALAAD UNk I I Nil rt II Osl.A.N.Z. LLNE, _%* *. -TMVQK" I* acheduled .^ %  dney March SSth. Bn*ba..e April "•riving Tn*Udad May eth ^ H 8. "CarrY OF DfatPPT salla Ada U.de April ZSnd. M.lbcigrn, *£* 4 1n Sydney f,iISSh, Dretara fcMgT *• -rrtvlng al Trinidad June ISUi. rheao .aeaels bam aasole snar* I %  hilled, hard fiwaoa andIgeMril ,-, %  Casao accepted on Uuough bUls lading with tranahlpmawl ,i Trtnida 1 fi h-Ulsti Guiana. Bart^do.. Windward R I reward IslaruU. For further particular spply:tKNEa*l. W1THV A. VO. LTD Ageuu Trinidad. DA COaTA CO I II AgenU Barbadofl. V 9M. SS "ALCOA HOAMEI1 AU'GA HUNNEII'• ALCOA RANGER %n loss, -i h>ii I salat Art, N.X. R.H i"> Apui nth Apnl Mtn Apnl su> May NSW oaLSAKs ssaviul ••* Asa. N.O. UN nnd March fih Apiil ^'h April I3rd it.h April (th May HOITMBOl Mi Naaw af ship S \U CIA ifNNANT %  S8 "ALCOA POINTER" NORTHBui Mi \lCOA PUUiKIM-' < ANASMN RBWICS lUaaj early April for St Lnwreiwe It Ivor poets. linn i Tell \ inn Friends Tell the Advocute. The Advomlc I'.nFor News ... Dial 1111 Day ur Nigh' A. M. WEBB &f Stocka — Banda — Kharrs Bolh local and foreign Bought and Sold 155 Ilocbuck Street, 11 town IHal 31U ll.ua S—1 Apply: IIA COSTA ft CU„ i.TO Can u.n ScrvU UOBUtT THOM LTD—N.w vk ud ami s.,\"c. JAMBWTA inn s> suoi' -I'll I.M.I. 1 ll|.MI,N||} Mt)IIM. lIKtSNrS Only 1 „l kind in Libert) silks. I..I. ,<, Linen.. I.lbertr Spun, and other materlaU. On Sail L'AVI -III fill Kl) CO LTD SIIOHKOOM I'erfecl lor ljuter l-'a .'asicr Cards ami Birthday Cards ROBERTS & CO. — Di.l 3301. NOTICE Our 1 .,.!...,.. i. ial I.„I„I. .„ j.ked lo note that our I'ler Head I>. i.... I %  >....i fall Hranrhr.) will be lavd to busineM on Saturday next. Kth Imtl Our lt,„.,l street Ilr.urli and (la.olene Sale. Ilepartme.1 w 111 be open lor '.i.n.i.. aa unual. CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD. Bvnoii civa KESvin: AHSOC'IATION s.iin i Or 'iSNIBUU. MSS-TINC The nnual general meeting aujourned from 25lh February, will resume at tbe Town Hall at I.JO p Saturday the 8th April. Additions lo original Agenda: (1) To elect twelve delegates to th. Conference. NOTE: All proposed resolutions for discussion at Conference must be sent to tnr Secretary not later than 12 noon on Monday the 10th Apnl. ItSS. General Secretary. 9.1.50—n. Saster 2?arade AT GRIFFITH'S ROCKLEY I..M.I.ISII I, IM. M ,, u XI.II.I, III.I I I l.utre cut* from .'.lb* up) KAISINS (T RH \ N7 s MIXED PSEL In pkga I MI.KKIKS In HI. .X pkgs LORNFLAKF.S IKellogsl -I '.XII M.MOMIS H1IS/ MXVOSN USI FRUIT -XI. XII XnilTK ACS l.KAP.s In Tina < IIEE8E la Tin EAHT1.K LGOS DTB KITE TWINE PEACHES JACOB'S 111-I III %  TOMATO KF1. 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T" Thurvday April ft l50. Barbaurxs lubricate Priee; FIVE CEXTS Year 5 3. AUSTRALIA HAS FLYING SAUCERS Thousands Dying: Thousands Starving: Parents Sell Children While Floods Wreck China HONC RONG, April 8 DAUNTS were to-day reported to b e MWtUnl L children, and then committing suicide in some nreaj. 0 Central China, where springfloods have urmmht havo followiiiK n famine. With the spring, thaw, swlrifiu torrents were hulay pouring down mountain sides, forming one of the worst inundations for many years. Thev were anain submerging areas, where crops wvre tteotroyed la Insi autumn's floods, or raising the levels in places where the waters never receded. Flooas. striking ihc heart of UM [ftmlM leRion. were bringing new the population, thousands of whom have alrondj perished from cold and hunger. Thousands more are facing starraUOn. and still more thousands are falling before the ravages of Ataaaaai One million Communist soldiers, peasants and technicians are meanwhile racing against time to rebuild the Old dilapidated dykes along the Yangtse before the nnnual early summer ilooas. They are toiling along the waterway from Shansi. West of Hankow, to the sea. More worker) building dykes along t> tributaries, which caused greater Hoods last year than tl .stream -(Renter.) lynastic dltommii were put (or*elopmrnt if engines It vva* Nrd during the meeting. —Reuler. Van Zeeland To Form New Government -IN BELGIUM BRUSSELS, April 5 M. Paul Van Zeeland today accepted a mission to try ,o form a new cabinet. M. Van Zeeland was Foreign Minister in the "Caretato ernroent during the Ministerial crisis over die question of Kin^ Leopold's return. A communique from the Hoyal Palace stated: "The Prince Rogont has received M. Van Zeeland. Minister of State, and has charge,! him with the missio/ of forming a Government. M Van fitalini] has accei' M. Van Zeeland. %  Social Christian (Catholic), was Foreign Minister in the outgoing CatholicLiberal Coalition. Professor J. 1'irenne. head of King Leopold's SecretJuut lo Brussels, unexpectedly left the Belgian capital last nigh*. Catching the train he hurried the provisionally exiled King at the latter's temporary home at I*regny. near Geneva Before leaving Professor I'mi.. had a long indarvlew with 'he Belgian Gaston Kyskens and the OUtgoinR Miniver o( Justice Albert Ular The reason for this late night conference ;.nd Professor Htreti iudden departure were believed secret, but. according to anally well-informed circle* here lew proposals to solve Belgium IN BLUE PRINT STAGE YaVTCRDAY afternoon at Seawcii. the front of the aircraft which brought them to BJ t.io Captain of the aircraft G O Tinker shak Knight. tourists are seen grouped to* the Easter week-end Left foreground is in the Venezuelan Vice Consul Mr Vernon U.S. Draws Closer 50 VENEZUELANS WILL To Argentina SPEND EASTER HERE Leave Bombs to US %  iSHINOTON, April i Britain to concenu projects 00 HUM "iinii m.ikn.. !Q the Uniteii reports circulating hentoday. Thf reports rollowed an i nouncement jresterdu tl is starting on Britail atomic station 'idersibod that official, made it clear %  ktu with Britali d Canada v believed the United States was in me best strategic and production position to con* tinue to make atomic bombs and to develop the Hj Britain, on me other hand, was redited with gre WASHINGTON. April United s ) of state an Acheson said toda. '.S was con ai dertog Mggoetlorai rfor extending economic help to tlna. Mr Acheson said ij would be flntirel. naAiral for the U.S. to fjrant loans to Argent i: result ot highly i beintaken by bOttl OOW to straighten out their economic relations Mr. Acheson pointed out that the United States and I Improving cnnsii %  He sal ment had laken • arias of actions, which had placed relaUon tween the two countries on what he called a much more sound basis Argentina had probk %  : paunher ol Amencati lompaniea operating in iTie country. The ntlemei Argentine Finan< I nn A Coreijo who hi Washington for the past two Kruter. Agaii Chinese Protest rinst Russian Infiltration FORMOSA, April 5 The Chinese Nationalist Guv %  emmen; hu proUftCd to the Jnitcd Nations .iKainst tbl nee of Russian submarines in tin' bellow so.* and oiiuiui military md civilian tiler, and technician'. %  t the mainland of China, it was disclosed today. Mr. George Ych. Nationalist Foreign Minister in a s.'.iU'inciil oday said: "We shall gain to the United Nations to end a Naval and Air obs" :hlna." A Chinese Nationalist coinmuuque mi Monday claimed that our or five Soviet pll not down a Nationalist fighter and •rlously hit a second in an entagenient near Shanghai on SimAdmiralU >\ ill Scrap Truculent U1NDON. April I tic British auhenanna Trujulent salvaged fr tl "*. Thames Estuary tank with the loss of M Uvi %  fter collision with a swaduh veaael, i, to be acrappad, J Admiralty announced lo-dav "Mori will be salvaged. The rest of the vcaael will be i„. coat about t350.ooti lo buUd hip rouM proa*. b| with each member concentrating major efforts on a particul.it field Reater Greece Must Reform Economy Acheson Warns WASHINGTON. A, The Secretory of State Mr, i>ean Acheson '. i a warning by the American An %  -. Govemp.ent should reform Ms economy or raee i < m In Marshal Acheson refot red %  Greek Premier, Sophocles Venizelos. sent on March 3: "-•United States An Greece, Henry F. Orady. warning %  I for economic rehabilitation must be taken quickly If <"-r<* i continue reel M lhall Plan Aid Reuter. Ecuador Sends Rice To Israel 11A11 rhe Israel authi %  : the Governmem ol Bi for needy cblidrei I Ecuador's great aval of foodstufls followim: trthquake dlaai v; The rice m sent ;o Haifa tc the U.N. representative here. —Reuter. SHORTLY AFTER 9.15 O'CLOCK yeslerdav -.fternoon i Special Flight oi "Avensa Airlines'* bringlruj 50 pasaenffen from Venezuela, to spend the Easter weekend in !) %  u i ived at Scawell. Out of a cloudy, dull afternoon sky toil DC i ftiitnatl circled the airport once, then lowered her under rai land. Meanwhile a B.W.I. Airway plane on Itl | ilinht, had landed while the 13.C. 4 was circling. A reo flare wa.s unmei ( tired, warning the aircraft not io J land as the ship and the airport i wireless station were not In com' iiuimcatiou with one inother. Th Vl I arm dc io* Uttxtoa Urudii. A r VmvSPORTS WINDOW lUiiro.N uti fparlei mm thi %  Itamoon in %  Hi in ..l Kriiiiiifilun. This (aritaf haM %  louatd %  • iiiWt*>-l in total imlei itirn> I^UUK tv.rion hawon Uwir thtM %  tur* to dale outrifhl and Spaiian, VIM DIH.I.HI and l')mpiona. have aiio il%CaUafHI. The rli.pp will ln> Mr J All: IVNH on holiday Irom %  UiMamm will IHMI n aaaiw and MI. F I NAP Progress Lamentable Savs Churehill LONOQIN I Churchill tol lent too.iv %  table" thai -een made in formta %  I I Mnwell ,iiKHit the recent meei%  North AUantl Committee at the Hague. H it not Ian ked. that with all [these meetii between the rnOtl im%  \: %  %  > rid, so uttJi i in makmu I fnnt ud defence in the much more than 12 months. which have clasped Attaatl pad Shlnwell retorted that it was ol thll kind whieJ vet) ]r>werfiil. some not |U) in.uis varied Ini No one knew batter than Churchill ha had rathi i experience <>t wh the baglni Bl 1 ubatantial E Lks %  platltudi I rfonae ai i ned fuller infoiEX-U.K. SERGEANT LEADS INDONESIAN REVOLT 141 Captured; 10 Killed MACASSAR, April 5. SEVERAL HUNDRED East Indonesian troops rebelled today and in a sharp action shortly before d; wn, captured the Territorial Indonesian National Army Commander. Lt.-Col. A. J. Mokognita, and 140 of his officers and men. Macassar is on the western shore of the large GetlebM Island, East ol Borneo. The rebellion was the climax oi f>l tension over moves to incorporate East Indonesia into the Stale of Jogjakarta in the Republic of Indonesia. The Insurgent troops struck b> the light of the sinking full moon. just an hour belore two Dutch n due to land 900 reinforcement? from the Indonesian army. They seized control of the docks, broadcasting station and the Nationalist Army barracks. After his capture Lt.-Colonel Mokognita was reported to have sent a signal lo the reinforcement ships telling tnem not to come to Macassar. Ked Devil The Insurgent troops are led tin Abdul Aris, a 23yeai old sergeant in the British Brat airborne division—the "Red Devils". Azis said afterwards: We were forced to take this action to prevent Jogjakarta Republican Troops coming to hast Indonesia. 'If they were allowed to cornel here In force there would oe disorders. We w No official casualty list Labour Wins Bye-Election LONDON. A; Labour won the first bye-election of the new ParUanent tonight, raising its previous overall majority to four by retaining U ah gal si No i Solicitor General Sir Frank • at in the Gen eral Bectlon hi another conaUtlWK) got back into Parliament with %  comfortable majority of 13.715, he polled 22.080 votes. Conservative — Liberal Lieutenant Culonel J, P 0,365 and Communist K L. Moore M The Communist lost his deposit. it ixv.imc vacant with the timely resignation of Colonel Laboui s actual ughtii Ity in. the House is no\> arily only 3—last night Labour Membei James Cilaville was taken to hospital after an accident. %  eutar CtVNBERRA, April 5. \ USTRALIA has six flying saucers in the blue print stage, it was learned authoritatively to day. The plans for them have been in the Australian patents office since 1930. Aeronautical specialists say all the plans embody the same fundamental principles N. Atlantic Treatv Plans OffThe Boards LONDON. April S. Lord Alexander, former Minister of I>e(ence. assured the Mouse of Lords to-night that the Ba-uasels and Atlantic Treaty plans had "certainl rome --fT the drawing boards plying in | debate on defence in which Lord I>e Lisle (Conservative) had asked whether Western Union was read prevent wai Was there %  %  Iht asked Mow Boon would these plai^ i here action began If i td from uld ftj welL DrawIgfdci thai era ft m \cried -saueer iTt.call.v and hovering, oi Hying IwutontaDy n a great >|iee'.3 ItrtVil %  ,, planning ended SJV PARIS. April .'i edenc Joiiot-Cune, Comminioner toi Energy, told the Tweivth • that "the t'niteii States art tamly noi ahead of Soviet Russia as reg.no> thi hydrogen bomb" Speaking li the Town Hall of l M subuib of ; Parti p.i fourth said, "thi uiH being vic%  hem first. •n lUrbadau. ai. in. nt, gran piavn *l AtHt i, -rniala m niu>>tra Itla al utlmn fir ,ina Compaixa Vrivr/.... 1 t*t* avion poru CaMMU \-nmutilu. a da i aha ur <.ilki-mo Orn.ta %  pecia. r u* r-ie vufio •# rl pi. if* r una atrte *l* muvhoa oln>in,-mm q U r .m nv,. ^ MJMaSt -*• gfi riOo rn *l n„ l-i-ng n.turo pot iPaia I Twaher, Or r'\t bifii vrnida a ria brlta Uli ptfO qua U*l*lr On da lamana, aaparv one canata u.iaJa, MNMii 1. .' .. •ua amiaax da lo* rntant..ila riarbado.. J qua an tlku puadad dilrutar taiuln.n d* imu varacivnaa. an ma Hn (..nthit-ion dnao a tadoa kM da A>tiia loda rlab* da Irhiml.. praaa y coi.flalanciaknaU ai|>runli mi, pueda Wiaalai mi -^IVKM. . ... Aha*a .nr M V rau pNMMarar ,.l Banoi David l.utir Sn.nh. IturtT .1^ DaOnaim ) Cla Ariila> dr I. %  The visitors all applauded, and ai they passed him moat ol thorn shook his hand wan thanked him for his words of welcome. In his short .speech. Mr. Knight said that he was very pleaded to vrlcome lo Barbados '. special flight of a Venezuelan ;mUno—Avensa. He hoped that this Bight would he the forerunnei ol many more, in fact he said, "1 trust that a regular service will soon be operated by this airline." He also hoped that after spending an enjoyable long weekend here, that they would teturn enthusiastic about the island as a holiday resort. ;ind tell all their friends about the charms of Barbados, and that they in nun would enjoy a holiday here. The crew weie Capt. G. Ochou Tuckei ant to prevent that."! 2J* r -. C % Pliu f Morchain. casualty list was, Mechanic K Mare., and two issued, but the latest reliable figure K !" 8 ?* !" irub £. and barracks today. Several hour* All Dutch troops Yned £(aua made the "trip, which took two hours and twenty-eight minutes, cruising av a ipei m.p.h. A Frenchman Co-Pilot P. Morchain had quite a story to tell. He is a French• On m,r I, totiy. nfler the insurrection began the rebels had been joined by at least BOO Indonesian troops in the Netherlands Indies Army who declared they were now part of the East Indonesian Force. -Router. U.S. Reducing Diplomatic Staff In "Ghetto" Europe NEW YORK, April ; malic Ataif in all European countries .and reviewing all personal %  %  New Teeh Time* sdi.l in a despatch from Washington Mdny. %  %  beonord-' : i>tpaiiinent in Hungary and Kumama. 1 duetions In Poland and CaechoaThese dciiMoiii. rtciton said. had boon taken In W. mainly as a result of tin Amba-s.s. i in their movements, hampered in tfctli cosstai %  wtth the I I area—in short, unable to perform the uraugitai nal run Ua Ion Reater. Mindszenty Dead? VATICAN CITY, A, Secret repOtia received by the Vatican say that Cardinal Joseph Mind&zentv. .13-year-old Primute of Mungai.v. has been UtaaiiWred from his Budapest prison to a hospital In Slovakia for treatment of a swelling of tl A Vatican Prelate, disclosing this to-uay, said thit in the hospital the Cardinal had been found to !*• suffering also from %  iiifi"(i pectOlil and inflammation Ling on unconilrmed New York I'resa reports that the Cardinal was dead. the Prelate said It was not lm' lad died in hospital The Cardinal was sen 1 life imprisonment IS months ago for "treason espionage and currency offences", after DM of thl EMt sensational court trials in ant lit European history. .. %  ;' nfoimrci Hniig.it ia> I Vienna H • %  Ba t ten that Cardinal Minds/cnty il dead is unbel'evablc" Their • On pce : nienibeis had queried figure about the state <•! Russian preb) Conunandei Asher Lea, i Borniei BrtrMi tnlelligence Officer In thi* lovet nni'iii not accu.ight i>e described i than pre. Lmafa Tuesday Irfjrd SwinAn quoted these llgurei on the RtMslan An Force hroni Commander Asher Le* Uon of 400 COO 10*500.000 loavhag out something like 'J00.0O0 moi-e which emerge vcarly from the repair fee—Itewt4-r Atlantic Ministers Meet May 15 WASHINGTON Ai nl 5 %  said to*Uv iha.' ail AtlwiUc !'.wers had now agrwed that thii: Worn should meei In London about May 15. \ told I Preei Conlarplarinlng I uion 1 14•for e that date (Oi dlacuMions wtuvthe British Foriign Secretary, Bevln, and the neneri Foreign wrusti %  with Mr Bevui and M Schuman had not ignemenl t" enable htm lo BJ Bnything abuut it. but hi i l| clear the pactad h man queatlons with the British and Prench Foreign Mtaurteri The United rddad, was in fnvoin of Immediate steps towards tho pur but let hei get a pUa Keulei Ct %  Rrut, Shin\t ell Defends >!rachty LONDON April 5 uel Shii efei led the mtegnt'. Bn< i pall) "t Wai Minister John S the House of Conunenj Govei ,-,( 1,)^ %  tatssneni that if an had be> h %  KI It) he would hew* %  He n sn >, Agencs ihm Mi os | 0 tc barreit In An\i s sx h eriaee of ktorrnatien Reeter Four Xuns Catch Thief LET HER GO MILAN, At a woman picku-K'kei, who robbed : —then I hea esc.ipi' firo rhe nuns a/era travi %  them noticed that hei puna inlSBtng, They ^toppt^d the tsosn%  .. oil and began rui : rn T.UMS thetotore fet4Sed and *et off, rosary beads rattling. In pursott: Tbo i aught the ituel and n the Reuter. 44 1 enjoy them best of all!' ''Kverylhing'a beeu %  • I In I l.nl.i! I > ni llir ligarellea hae bera an .liarlllutr in In.in..' "Ok, 1 knew you'd 'iht du Mauritr; they are made for iutt tiuM particular feopie at you." CZECHOSLOVAKIA WAGES ALL-OUT ANTI-CATHOLIC WAR Ten Monks Jailed th J RAp ALOAR SQUARE slthough pre* m*LrrZ*'' 1ramc cx l" -man saw the PRAGUE. April 5. Ten Roman Cstholic Monks, ineluding two Abbots, m OH 'cnten<-es i.iiiemi. Durn haru labour for lUi •ears' hard lahour at the end of a treason and espionage 'rui Ix-fori the State Court in %  I M ffSanj Auguslin 40, Abbot ol a MonTars hard Rohumii Vit Tajovsky. of a Mou *o years hard labour, Silhan. 45, Provincial of n Clho. irs hard labour. tilak. Rector of a %  r Prague. hora labour for life; Addul Knjpi. 47. Jesuit of Prague. II years nard labour; J>. Josef SllVesti ar-a ,_ ,. %  %  "•'"• %  "Hf )t %  in Morav.a. 2 years. It anai the higre*t trim of R Catholic Churchmen y t held n. Cseehoslovakia. and gave the three BtOfa th, expound on Czech(xilovakia's necuaaticm of • %  •>Ke against the Vatican The prosecution extended the charge* of anil-Slate activity to all Roman Catholic Monastic %  'ovakii. in addU.f Order* represented h. l^rrnannctrateiiKians, the Jesuits, the Redemptioniats, the Franciscans and the Dominicans. Other Orders named Bf %  Interna. I I Prosecutor as %  legal evi l III of ehurehmen BbrOBd to the Vatican, argu n d that memoes* of the Roman Church, who gave unc obedience to Canonicil tome of the procw "tu kiiut*. I**r never tested auv i igarrllr au rax.) and auiooth." • Yet. hut Hi tht rich imlitfyimg flavour of really ekoice Virginia that appeals lo me." '<•!. -in."-id couipaii reryeur journe\. B ibe way, ike do Ma tiher lie ia rouaideml ibe grealeal aWb.rrv in ainokiog rny,\ mrul %  mad* ia the paal (ill year*.*' Thor II nevor bo o bettor cigorotto du MAURIER THE EXCLUSIVE FILTER TIP CIGARETTE Mao, m IOI.D f j cants lor 50




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TIIIHSDW AI'KII. .,. UM BARBADOS ADVOCATE. Why Your Rice Now Costs More T IE PRICE Ol rice wnicn uni Monday was six cents per pint has been increased to cent*. Xnis is one of the effects oi devaluation, tne Lomvolltc a Supplies told the "Advocate yesterday. The Hice Marketing Board o British Guiana, he said, havi made out a case to the colonies to whom they supply the commodity, lor an increase in the price, .m., this has been approved—at any rate by barbaaos ana mntueu, Their case wnicn was DOM a good one. was tnai aue Ui devaluation tne cost oi prouueuu.. had lnoreasea ana tne pruuuec. haa to oe paid more. A bag 01 180 IDS ol rice now costs nere i3.->o. li wan iuimi.it flLH. q- M t WIDENING of the roa u ai J. the corner ol undue blrOM, opposite tne Victoria linage, 13 nearly completed and aireao) traffic Is making use oi tna nearest to Messrs. Barnes & Co. The road engine was sun wormo*. yesterday levelling on* the roau. The pavement by the car park. which is in alignment with me other pavement along the Fountain Garden, is completed. Work on the footpath over the Victoria Briuge Is also goin,. rapidly and it is cxpecu-j thai this will shortly be opened to pedestrians. M R. KENNETH K. Ill N II SI. Lawrence Gap, t_*.ru. Uiurin. reporter ihat nil unua.u pied house "'Caruiem ', situ.. the same gap. was orOsfiM entered between Thurs-a. and Tuesday and 16 plates aiiu three dishes valued Wuuu *n 1 taken. M B. ERIC GATES, baritone, will be guest soloist at 31. Paul's Church tnis evening wnen the St. Paul's Choir gives a recital of Maunuer s "olivet To Calvary." The recital will start at 8tiu p.m. Other soloist are Misses E. tiusoaims, W Burin and C.Caesar. A MOTOR CAR, owned and driven by Jojan Jackman ol Bay Street was camaged in an accident on Holetown Koad. St. James, at about 2.00 ajii. on Tuesday. A van was also involved. A T ABOUT U20 P.M. on Tuesday a Are of unknown origin broke out at Pool Plantation, St. John and destroyed three and thn-e quarter acres of third crop ripe canes. The OaOM are the property of the Trustees of the Estate of W. H. Trollop)were insured. A NOTHER CANE ftp unknown origin broke out -it Sen House Qrm Plantation. Si Philip, and ilestroyed six and a quarter acres of second crop ripe canes. This fit.occurred at about 8 45 p m. OB ThCMiay Thi are the property of Four Square Ltd and were insured. PAGE FIVE N \Q ^ >1 N Cat.: ,7 '%  ; sue** £/? %  / ONE MONTH FOR BODILY HARM Two Musi Keep The Peace AT the sitting of Ihe Court of Grand Sessions yeslcrmonlh in the first division was imposed on Charles Forde, of Horse Hill. St. Joseph for inflicting grievous bodily harm on Joseph Spooner of Sherbourne. St. John on July 2. 1949. Forde had pleaded guilty the previous day. — •' His Honour ihc Chief Justice Wouldn't Stop On Must $9.60 Left: Pay Death Of Sir Spencer Davis The death occurred in London of Sir Spencer (Stuart) Davis. la.'e Governor of St. Helena nl tl of 75 M.U Sir Spencer Davis was tinBOB of the laic Honourable Benjamin DJIV is and a member of an old St. Knt> family. He was educated at Dean Close School, Cheltenham, and called to the Bar of Gray's Inn in 191ft. Ho returned to the Leewards where he joined the local Civil and served in the Customs and Treasury As a member of the St. Kl Us-Nevis Defence Force he acted as adjutant' in 1898 and wa later .itinched to the Exchequer and Audit Department in London. Mr. Davis turn served in the Gold Coai in thai Treasury Department until he was appointed Treasurer in 191". This appointment he never look up because of his scrvicr in Tanganyika. From the post of Treasurer he Chief Secretary and Administrator's Deputy He served in the Secretariat in Palestine after his admission |c the administrative. His promotion came rapiuh and he aented PUMtfi In connection with the Ottoman Public Debt and Chairman of the Standing CommitUa for Commerce and Industry in 1928. He was appointed Officer ndnimlitering the Government of Palestine and Actinc High CommissionOr for Trans-Jordan. In 1932 he was appoitcd Governor of Si Helena from which he roll 1837 JAMES LOKD. 1 chauffeur of Peterkin Land waa iy found guilty of fail inn to stop the lorry M 1230 along Hank Hall Road on the left side of the road so that the Fire Brigade Engine could move freely to Mr. A J H Hanschell. District Bard, imposed a line ol ft BQ Put on Bond For Receiving "It would appear th.-.t you were involved In the raids carried out %  i IXWeU area along with your 1 dative*, but there Is no %  am dealing with you offender for receiving." His Honour the Chief Justice 10 Clyde Green at Tuesday's Sitting ol of Grand Sessions. Oroen WM placed on a personal bond of JCl!ft to keep tne peace for IK months He was also put on IR months' probation the Chief Juatta Sir Allan Colly more presided wnile tne prosecuuon was conducted by Mr. W. W Reece. K.C Prince Forde and Lionel Gibson of St. Joseph who were charged along with Forde. were found guilty and each bound over In Ml own recognizance for 12 months to keep the peace nnd be of good behaviour. Tnaa were all leprescnted bv Mi. t K. Walcott. K.C. WOO pleaded the leniency of the Court. In doing so he said that there wag no malice as far as the accused were concerned. They were told by the Police to go and watch their land. As regards to Charles he was told that he had one previous conviction for assault and battery in 1947 Firstly Mr. Walcott he thought it was His Honour %  experience as it was the experience of his learntd friend and himself that the punishment <.l putting a man on bond, was one of the most salutary ones. It was important that m such a bond, the record of the court showed that people never came back except In a few rare instances. The man placed on bond too* It as a serious punishment and that type of punishment had doir.' remarkably good to the community. Sen Hoped He then referred to Charles' willingness to take the blame and went on to say that the circumstances under which he had committed the rrfftfKt wart Earlier in the Session an Assize jthat he asked His Honour U) Jury found Green guilty of receivregard the punishment in the ing. He was charged along, with | light of Its value to the communiKeub-'n and Lionel Green with t y n waa that type of minis.. breaking and entering and rement that would help tha ceiving (Charles lo retain his sell respect Mr. J. S. B Dear, who appeared' nnd "^ h *'P hlm l0 cl,mb tn on behalf ol Clyw O w n, toU the Court that Clyde Green had, no previo %  and was * one of the most unfortunate a married man with a large ** that had come before UM tamU] but was lead astray. He Court. The accused l said that Capt. Brooks had made youjfg boys who were trying I > eaqulfiea ami had received one safeguard their father's propertj letter which :ecommendtd Clyde from anyone who came there, .vith a good char-. The Sergeant of the district had ,, He therefore asked His made enquiries about Charles' Honour to ba lenient (conduct and it was found that ] he had a good character. He His Honour told Clyde Green therefore pleaded tliat he should that the Court would give him a not ^ senl 1O p ruwn nance to make good The choice Addressing the accused the hill again. Mr. Walcott said that tn. was bate lfg and dren and Glendairy Prison. Chief Justice told them th.a I they were all charged with Dial ous bodily harm. They all knew that in that case, the man Spooner who got certain injuries, had asked for them and hud sot I tliem. because it had been | out that he had stolen fodder from nearby and was crossing c paui Did Not Stop Enurtaan days or one months imprisonment by His Worship Mr. A. J. H Hanschell when he was found guilty of not stopping at a major road while driving the motor car M681 on Januarv TL WATERFRONT STRIKE STAGED IN ANTIGUA Fort Amherst Leaves Without Unloading (From Our Own Correspondent) ST JOHNS. April 5. THE Aiitigua Labour Union created a unique precedent yesterday by calling a waterfront strike because the firm of Benin It BryMHU declined to vIclimlM William Kpjtjrt, ward of the Union and foreman ol Ibt "•* b "" d ..1 thou-nd. ..The union aamandin,; that t"'ded last mht s labour mtct'""Ibl should be suspended and. l n and ""' unlon antlclpmes r. damoted to labourer becauaa ol llrt fr "" 1 U> '"s ,al -nd 'actory •u>ed insubordinat.on to Wwldent ot the Union UM Hon %  L. rt "rysors malnti.. !" L^" donin. : appl, ,. 25?Vf ; Brysons are satisned WUvKiiight-s work and aee noj Z !" 1 ,0 "nply will 'Si!!** 1 J* 1 !" lurtlnable I jniduced rtowins U ^Wpymant I> contrary to labour' refulation." A nulling %  ""la Admn ">iupsed b^-au,. M, HI1 tnLr " A "! ">-d>and let. glf with it M „.,., u ,„ t* c r > xm "' lSd2K! J? ulror -"iawy. pickets arr(By Cable) 1 hut's On Today Ourt of Grand Srwuon* al la.aa BJBV \llilnir sport. ,.l SprifhUUwn Ba** 1 Srhaal at l.M p.m. %  aakaa IUII ^1 Maiata tint. school -t S.aa p.sn t'MtbaJI al KeaaiaalM al see p.m MaMki pMaalaBi ;*H. al 7.30 p.m. their land which they were watch ing on instructions from the Police. To Charles he said: 1 take It that you are sorry lor uh.it you have done as you have pleaded guilty. I have been nsked to bind you over, but it must M nUod Hi"t people. I't making an arrest, must not Inflict such harm as is not nece.iMtaicd by the iiri.imslancea of the arrest' He than sentenced them as stated above. I'ostman In Dock Evans Carlyle Dowding, a postman of Bishops, s used in the dock. He Is charged wiih the larceny of a registered letter No 3HJ7 addressed to Mrs. Ida Hinds ol Crab Hill. St Luc> He pleaded not guilt> Lag represented by Mr I) H 1 concluded Msd when the court resumes tu-d.iv address the .' Evidenc Postmaster was to ihc effect that the letter was received at the General Post Office on July H, 1949. Foreign Registration number was 31. It was sent out the same day to the St Lucy Post %  Ida Hinds of Crab Hill. St Lucy. .The letter was from the USA It is the postman's out the letter and delivery receipt to the addr es s ee The addressee should sign the receipt which the 0 the local Post Office to be tent i>ack to the General Post Office The Postmaster produced a I is.' Uclas sent out to letter 111 question This list should he signed by the p-> delivered to him by the Postmistress—in the present case the Poatnuatraai of' st Lucy. The list in court showed the denature (| f tha accueed next to the letter in question. Identification latroni showed two registerecl letter delivery receipts addressed to Ida Hinds from the U.S.A. One was dated March 10. 1949. and the other April 1948. He finally put in an identification receipt for 1 registered letter No 31. purporting to have been given to HafTord Hindi bo the Post Office at South Shore Camp. Florida. Replying to Mr Ward, the Postmaster agreed :h;it everything on the last mentioned receipt appeared to have been written in ink 11 indelible lead except the number 31 The lettci tides mentioned in his evidence were dealt with by Clerks. He was speakiin: from record If lor some reason a postman has not delivered ; %  utter to to addresse, it 's his duty to return receipt next day to the Post Office from which he took ft. As far us he knew nothing would be done to show what a post ma had so turned a letter or receipt. It was the duty Mreaa to report the non-return or non-deUverjf of .1 letter or receipt. tad that he has lost receipt, I duplicate would l>c issued If the person to Urhom the lettet 1rent refused to sign the duplicate thnt should also be reported by the postrnlalreai November 1 was the first time he had got ; %  report on the matter. He had nuked the accused about the letter and accused insisted that he l.d deli'ered It. He also said that he had delivered the receipt. Duplicates "I migm nave suggested to him that he would have to pay the aioney to the addressee if the letter was not found." the Postmaster '.vent on "Accused might have said that that would be vet> luird on Inm when he had delivered the letter There .ire cases In which bean lost. bu. duplicates have bean issued Beryl S. Clarke. Clerk It the G.P O. said she was In charge of the Registered LetM 1 ment. She had received Florida on July 27 last year and among It was letter No 31 addressed to Ida Hinds. It tared in the Registration Delivery Book, and sent out to St. Lucy the I .mic .i.i, A report had been made some time after concerning the letter, .vas made in which she took part, end th< was never recovered. When 1 receipt Is lost, a duplicate was usually Issued by her department. In the present case no duplicate was issued. The Postmistress front was not sure If the receipt had been sent down there or not, witness said, and then admitted to Mr. Recce that she did not know if that was a fact. She concluded. Signed Edirti St. John. Po of St. Lucy, took the witness stand rext She said she had received the letter in question on July 27. She had given it to the accused for delta 1 He had signed his initials and Oat the list of registered art We* opposite the letter. The initials and date Of) thl COUli are in the accused's handwriting. Accused had two registered fatten lor delivery that day. and in both instances the procedure was the same. She also gave him a delivery receipt. When everything is com<>uld bear the signature of the postman, the addressee and Uie post d to the GPO At this stage witness two specimen delivery receipts. I Hinds had come to her noon tome time in August and made inquiries about letters. Previously, the (witness) had I rig the accused for the 1th the letter 34437. becauaa the receipt had not bean returned to her Accused had said that he had brought it bark in She told him he had not done so. and aked the accused to make a further search She had asked him about U 1 two other postmt 1 gone on leave. He always insisted that he had brought K back in. She put a question P*arl tun and spoke t< i*.a O'Neale who was gc-" ; act for her She had gone on leave nn August 15. About September 14. HafTord Hinds had come to the Office and made a statement concerning the letter. She had asked for his regelopee addressed to his 1 had brought them to the office and among then. receipt from South Shore Camp Post Offic : not have ed letter corresponding to it %  1 with the G.P.O abou* • Oi. %  *• 7 2 Thieves Imprisoned For 3 Months Alvin Price and l-eo Porch, of 111 were each to three months' imprisonment w-ith hard labour whin peured before His Worship Mr 3 a Hanschell yesterday. i lies were Found stealing articles valued at M It. 8. from Mrs. A. J Cox of Bush Hall on March 2^ Sgt, Qaab \piii 4 bo in custody, t' told him that lie arrested him for charged Price aim taut On Apui 5 bo sa\s Port rest on the san. She nave inn. the %  %  agS. Walthe I I %  St. Michael s Cathedral 1 1 -.-.. %  %  M.iim. nod % %  j.,. Thir %  I a.lrf IU. M'UlnV .1 %  nd Pi.,... Remanded OnMurder Charge Geurge Harvey, a nshcrmani of Westbury Rood was charged before His Worship Mr. A. J. II Hanschell yesterday with the murder of George liunte oi Redman's Gap, Westbury Road and was tcmanded until April H George liunte who was stabbed about 8.5!S pm on March 27 and f.omieWd to the Oenoral Hospital tne same night, died about 9 28 iuii. the following mormntf HirtT Musi Pay Cosl of Ouinugt-s Judgment WM yesterday given in favoui hill Street, plaintiff, In which he claimed 1; 16. 13s. 4d damages from Vernon s Grove Village, St. Joseph. The COM *i. heard by H Mr J. W. B Chenery in the Court I Junadlction Ward rented Sobers his car on April 21 la hlle it was in his posse ss ion it became involved m an accident. At the time Sober* agreed that he would share in the cost of repairs. U.K. Derision Is Severe Bio* rwi appearing in tha Press of ti .. rnment's attitude to ugjai question especially ut it affecti, the lee. is very disappointing and a seveie blow to the future J II Wilkinson. Leader of the Oppoaition in the House of Assembly told the AsWacalc He said The uncorl market al reasonable prices for our product, is bound lo reflect on the efficiency of the infhe Held and fac' ne would heatl incur much further capital exthil uncertaint* "I think have made a gra encouraging the Wr^i gallon to go to England lo discuss Her allj question. H \lts \l..l liUiir^tr April r K 195 match of 1! 1 I : I %  %  %  a drew goals. Thl %  SPECIFY "EVERITE" ASBES T 0S CEMENT CORRUGATED SHEETS AND "TIRJVML ASBESTOS WOOD Ice Cream in Puckuges—to take homo 0 Tin1 r. Unu Smii. i-'ouiiiiiin lias butalM RD Ice CMun DlipuiiM Cabinal in aut llonuProducli Daputmutl and %  itracllvcl) |iiirkuceil Ice Crrniii tan noM Inliikr-n away b) iiurrliakcrn. ,'"i fU m Me I'hu sij.-Mi HOME PRODUCTS OKI-Alt I MINI CAVE SIIEI'IIKKD & CO., LTD. 10. II, 12 & 13 MOAD SIRKI. NOT1CK This is lo Inform our I'I ml Public lhal out Office and Gain'. iwd "n Saturdajr, usual. 1IOBE1IT TIIO.vl LTD. 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