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Sunday
April 16

193590.



Leopold Prop

oses Solut



PARIS HOLDS MIDNIGH T|
BATTLE OF TOOLS |
170 Captured By Police |

PARIS, April 15.
WO SENIOR POLICE’ OFFICERS sustained serious
head injuries in a Paris midnight battle raging in the
glare of searchlights and the noise of sirens as 500 steel-_
helmeted police and Republican guards battered through al
gale of machine tools hurled by “last ditch” workers to get |
ssion of a nationalised aircraft factory,
An armoured car stormed the massive steel doors of
the Kellerman Factory on the Southern limits o# Paris.

—_— About 300 workers withstood

I the siege behind packing cases
ms | piled on top of each other.

They used the factory sirens,
;tcar gas, water hoses, iron rods,
; bricks and anything else they |
could lay their hands on against
DJAKARTA, April 15. | the police in a battle which lasted
East Indonesian rebel leader | ‘We sears: Bea ot

tain Andi Abdul Azis, was roken glass littered the pave-
Cap ed on arrival here from|â„¢ment this morning as scores of |
arrest last night the Sultan of | 8Â¥ards with rifles and tear gas |
feaabarte Indonesian Defence | ©44Pment patrolled the approach- |
Minister, told Parliament today. | &:

He said the Federal Government
regarded Captain Azis decision to

to Djakarta as “uncondi-

tional surrender.”

The factory, one of a chain of |
Sneckma (National Society of |

‘Reuter’ learned that the rebel

leader spent last night in the{

Studies and Construction of Air- |
military police barracks.

craft), employed about 4,000 |
Defence Ministry spokesman

| workers,

The Government intended to |
- said preparations were continuing
for an attack on the Captain’s

dismiss provisionally 3,300 in line

with a policy of re-organising all |
nationalised aircraft factories.

yebel force in Macassar, East

Indonesia capital, which has been

in their hands since April 5.

Hundreds of civilians, awak- |
ened by the sirens and the clam- |
our, came into the streets to watch
the night battle.

Usually well-informed sourees| One worker went to hospital
here said Captain Azis’ troops] With a fractured skull.

would be “fighting mad” at the The police action was secretly
turn of events. decided at yesterday’s Cabinet
These sources added that the | meeting.

About 50 workers escaped.

About 200 workers barricaded
themselves in the factory follow-
ing an announcement by its Com-
munist Action Committee that
mass dismissals were about to take
place.

For more than two hours, they
withstood this, about 800 police
and security guards, pelting them
}with bricks, bolts and metal
| scraps,

A private road leading to the
factory was defended by a barri
cade across which, at one stage of
the battle, the workers projected
a gas, resembling tear gas, be-
lieved to be from gas cylinders
used in the factory. The barricade
was forced by a heavy police
lorry.

The Kellerman Works, belong-
ing to the National Society of En-
terprise of Aircraft Material Con-
struction, has been threatened for
months with partial or total clos-
ure.

Breaking through the road bar-
ricade of girders and planks, the
police entered the factory.

About 50 workers escaped from
the factory when the police en-
tered but the remainder, about
170, were taken to the Police
Headquarters. b

Later Republican syards ee

parent P A the police in occupying the fac-
| , lye,’ gees es. Leroy tory, which was littered with me-

witnesses. A crowd’ of several|Chanical parts, beams and heavy

7 ne , y k-
hundred athere side | metal cases, dragged by the wor
poole eathered outside ers to the doors as barricades.

|

ee ron Office to cheer tha} The prefecture, after interroga-
The tall dark and beautiful 21 | tion, released all the workers ex-
year old "Princess Cavhe is the | cept eight who were stated ° =
second youngest of the Shah’s|not employees of. the factory.
ten brothers and sisters, In the
vew years since her schooldays,
has won a worldwide reputa-

for her charm, her flair for

rebel leader would not have con-
sented to come to Djakarta hid
Lieutenant-Colonel Mokoginta,
Federal Army Commander in
East Indonesia, not given a
guarantee, in the presence of
United Nations observers, that he
s would not return to Mepsacer |
| within four days. |
’ —Reuter.



Princess
Ex-communicated
For Marrying

TEHERAN, April 15.

The Persian Court to-day ‘“ex-

communicated” Princess Faimeh

Pahlevi, sister of the Shah for

| martying abroad without her
er’s permission.

She was deprived of all royal
prerogatives and all connections
with the Shah’s family.

The Princess married on Thurs--
day an American student, 25 year
old Vicent Lee Hillyer in’ tha
Municipal Offices of the little
Roman seaport of Civivavecchia in
Italy,

Great secrecy surrounded the
wedding, and the bridgegoom’s





Ten policemen were injured by
missiles thrown from the windows
and the roof of the factory and
over the barricade. These included

és and her unconventionality aT eee hen’ Neda

iv hat ey - ? |heavy gear w heels, tubes, ds,

Bollywood. Se he mate in and spare engine parts of all
Before that, she toured the | Kinds. ey

world’s capitals by plane because
she had decided “to see he world
for herself’—Reuter.,

|

2 Arrested |
For Murder

PARIS, April 15.
Police today arrested two Indo-
Chinese students, one of whom
was stated to have confessed last



§ Two Will Repair
® Grenada ‘Phones

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)
GRENADA, April 15.
The badly criticised Grenada

telephone system sees prospect of |night to the murder of wealthy
repair with the arrival of two|Indo-Chinese rich merchant
technical exper . .|Nyguyen Van Tan.

Worth peris, Col. H. Blood The two men were described

of the London headquarter’s
| of Cable and Wireless and
ey Smith of the Colonial

— West Indian in an editorial
appreciation states it is materi-
tisation of a long awaited prac-
action in the matter,
tdless of the fact that the
*y may not mean immeélate
ementation of whatever plan
decided. Also as everyone
Ws that it is easier to move
ound the capital to hold con-
Bultations sometimes than contact

as Ec Vo Van Tu, a student at
Lyons, 25; and Ding Tam Ding Ta.
Nyguyen Van Tan's family
said the assassin had accused the
merchant of treacherously sup-
plying rice to the French forces
in Indo-China. :
Nyguyen Van Tan had porns veny
several threatening letters since
coming to France. Police said an!
attempt to murder him had been
made several months ago. They
believed Eevo Van Tu had been
| sent to France to kill the merchant ,

by "ph and that his registration as student
Th “ ini at Lyon’s was an alibi.
¢ Administrator previously ‘ —Reuter.

admitted that telephones are the
Aement's greatest headache.
Val of the experts is evidence

of the Colonial Office's pre-occu-
Pation with the matter,

enna



Shoots Daughter,
Wife And Self |













3 Offic |
: icials On | BERLIN, a a ee }
‘Pp Major-Genera ‘av Kvasii-
Agriculture I our | sin emis head of wy Pheer
sort Division of the sovie
Barbados Advocate Correspondent Military Government in Ger -
H GRENADA, April 15. many, committed suicide with
iby Be # special tour of the| his family when Soviet menrts
n to discuss agric al} caught him trying to escape t
one are Mr. C. F. Clay CMG. Syreten. the West Berlin Paper
for the al... Agricultural Adviser | reported today A hag
Tampton ae of State; A. DeK “He was. stopped .s se
the Came, ericultural Adviser to | Frontier Guards at ps ie -
Velopmers ou of Culunial De-| near Stettin, where he hoped t
3 ; on Welfare; W. A get 2 at for Sweden, a¢
. Cc M.G Forestry Ad-| ¢ + he was we
"he ne Secretary of State fort :
~Or ans et the Finance ‘ r
Coun, il pl tthe Legislative| ng that he was |
Cultura) "De SMeials of the Agri-| shot first his 15 year old daughter,
BUests .5 q Pottment. They are] then his te : anally hin
“ “0Vernment House. ! self,”
—(By Cable). —Reuter.



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KING the Carlton goalkeeper

taking a high one from one of the Pickwick-Rovers forw

football game at Kensington yesterday afternoon.

Seretse Can See His
Wife For Five Days

BECHUANALAND, April 15

Hail Greets
W.L. At Lords

LONDON, April 15,
Hail preceded the West Indies
cricketers” practice at Lords to-
day and a bitter north-east wind
made conditions unpleasant
With the exception of Trestrail,
who has measles, John Goddard





|
|

{
and Frank Worrell, all the players |

took part and thoroughly RO 4

themselves,

fast bowler, and Alfred Valentine,
left arm slow bowler, made their

Hines Johnson, the ae

first appearance.

Again the batting was most im-|

pressive, particularly that
Everton Weekes. Johnson merely

loosened up and contented him-

ol

the practice 13 players went to
see the Chelsea ys Woiverhampton
English Soccer League Match in
London,

— Reuter.

Trestrail Down
With Measles

From Our London Correspondent
LONDON, April 16.

Members of the West Indies
Cricket team are wondering, fol-
lowing the removal to hospital of
Ken Trestrail with measles
whether there is any chance of the
outbreak spreading.

Many of them have
previously had measles which
though primarily is a childish
complaint, can be picked up by
adults.

One player who will be keeping
a special eye for any telltale spots
in the next few days is Roy Mar-
shall who shared a cabin with
Trestrail on the trip over and who
had the same room at the hotel.

Last night, Marshall returned to
the hotel after attending a show,
he switched on the light in his
bedroom and found Trestrail lying
in bed. “Don’t come near me
I’ve got measles,” Trestrail said
and Marshall hopped quickly
downstairs to get himself another
room,

Tonight McDonald Bailey and
other members entertained the
team at Albany Club—London’s
exclusive sportsman’s headquart-
ers. Among those present were
Denis Compton, Eric Bedser, Alec
Bedser and Jim Laker, all of whom
will be playing against the West
Indies this summer.

—(By Cable)

100,000 Flee

Soviet Zone

BERLIN, April 15.
More than 100,000 Soviet Zone
inhabitants have fled to West
Berlin in the past 14 months, Frau
Margaret Von Der Deken, head
of the West Berlin City Adminis-

not



tration Refugee Office, disclosed
here today.

A total of 43,000 of these
refugees has been _ granted
recognition as political refugees

and has been accepted in one of
West Berlin's 38 refugee camps.

The rest, who had returned to
the Soviet Zone, are roaming
West Berlin or West Germany in
quest of work, food and proper
treatment.

self with a very short run. |

|

|
|



Most of the refugees claimed ‘o
have fled the Soviet Zone for fear
of conscription into the “Peoples
Police” or into the Uranium
mining area in Saxony, Frau Von
Der Dexen said.

--Reuter.



More Jamaica
Orange Juice

For Britain
KINGSTON, April 15.









The British Ministry of Food
has signed a 10-year contract to
buy 2,750 tons of rated

weet orange juice 1
vearly. Jamaica

250 On r
ially against the present sup
ply of 500,000 boxes. For the f
year, a supply of 1,000 tons
pected, gradually increasing
the maximum is reached










SERETSE KHAMA, 26-year-old exiled Chie! Design

of the Bamangwato tribe,
visit his white wife in the
five days and on conditions.



SPORTS
WINDOW

Spartan and Empire meet at
Xensington tomorrow afternoon
ir a First Division fixture. Spartan

tus season have played four
sames and have won three and
drawn the other. Empire have

played four games and have won
three and lost the other.

A single Point therefore
Separrtes these teams. The tradi-
tional rivalry that has always

existed between these teams and
the fact that they are only one
puint apart at the head of the
First Division League table should
ensure a very +keen “game
temorrow.

Messrs. S, P, Musson, Son & Co.,
Lid have donated a case of beer
(84 bottles) to the winner of this
mateh,

The public are asked to |
ct-operate by dntering the 6 cents
enclosure at the gate next to God
dard's kitchen garden if they are
approaching Kensington from the
Westbury Road side

Those entering from Fontabelle
Road should enter the enclosure
behind the Kensington Stand.

The George Challenor Memorial
Stand will also be open to those
people who want to sit there and
they should enter by the gate at
the back of the stand.

lf everyone brings the entrance
fee, entrance will be quicker and
cusier,



!

POCKET CARTOON
by OSBERT LANCASTER





‘ Nonsense, my dear Achmet!
it’s been conclusively proved
that they’re purely subiective
phenomena, with no dasis
whatever in scientific fact /"



|
GOVT. HOUSE GROUNDS |
OPEN TO PUBLIC

For the first time, as far as can
be remembered, Government
House Grounds weré opened to
the general public free of charge
yesterday evening from 4.30 until

6 p.m.
There was not much of a crowe.
but those who attended listened

to the Police Band under Captain
Raison, and walked through the
spacious grounds and lawns.
Some people remembered whet
Governor Newlands kept an At
Home for the public, and when
Governor Waddington opened the
grounds to the public at a small

ards in the



ate
today received permission t
tribal capital of Serowe—for

Seretse’s wife,
former typist Ruth Williams, i
expecting a baby next July. She
had sent him a medical cert ficat
that it was*‘imperative” he shoul
see her at once.

The High Commissioner fo
Bechuanaland, Sir Evelyn Baring
stated today that the perm't cov
ered the period April 16 to 20,

25-year-olk

The statement added tha
Seretse had given the followin
assurances in writing

1. He would infor.» the Dis
trict Commissioner in Serowe
personally on arrival

2. He would not himself o1
through any other agency d

anything calculated to interfer:
with good Govérnment.

3. He would neither hold nor
attend any meetings or public
gatherings while in the Bam-
angwato Reserve.

Khama has also bee;
informed that this permission
liable to be withdrawn at an}
time without notice if his conduct
or that of his supporters, con
flicts or threatens to conflict wit
the requirements of certain ordei
or Inter-State Government,” thi
statement added

Today permission was
after days of wrangling over
permit for Seretse return t
tribal territory, despite the Br’ tis!
Government's ban. Britain refus-
ed to recognise Seretse as triba
chieftain. because, according t
official statements, his marriage t
Ruth had caused dissension within
the tr be

Seretse

grante

to

Reuter,



Johannesburg-Rome
BY JEEP

ROME, April 15.

Two South African pilgrims
have arrived in Rome by jeep after
a five-month journey across the
full length of the African Conti-
nent,

A cinema proprietor, Karl Oel-
berman, and a chemist, George
Zyrns, both of German origin, set
off from Johannesburg by jeep on
November 24 last year,

Earning money for their journey
by screening films in the villages
they passed, the two made their
way across Rhodesia, Tanganyika
Kenya, the Sudan and Egypt ur
to Cyrenaica and across the Medi-
terranean to Malta and Rome.—
Reuter,

Gave Secrets
In Fun

BAVARIA, April 15

Gustav Adolph Mueler, a 19-
year-old American Air Force cor-
poral, told an American court
martial here today that he had
given secret documents to Ameri-
can Counter [ntelligence Corps
agents “in fun”.

The accused, whose trial start-
ed yesterday on charges of “at-
tempted espionage in favour of a
foreign power”, a'so said he
planned to test the agents when
he promised to obtain secret in-
formation for them.

His idea, he said, was (o have

charge which went towards war! them arrested for receiving secret

funds.

documents.—Reuter



China’s Famine Affects
40,000,000 People

7,000,000 In Most Serious Pli







HONG HONG, April 15.
Famine } ffecte 40,000,000
t began

oun da

fficial ¢ nunist New

aid Chen Y

Premier and) =Chairr
he Committee of Financial and

ght





Economic Affairs, gave this figur
at.a meeting of e Pe Gov
ernment State (
» Thursday

He adde li
were still
plight” in the f: ( Vhi
covered 20,000.000

Reuter.





ion For Belgian Crisis

Price:

SIX CENTS

30.

Year



In Broadcast From

_ A Challenge
To Czech

Clergy

PRAGUE, April 15.
A Suffragan Bishop in Slovakia
has challenged the attitude of the
‘Czechoslovak Bishops who refuse
; to publish Chureh vacancies in the
Government's “Gazette for Roman
Catholic priests” as required by
the new Church laws.
refusal to use the “Gazette” is
elieved to have caused the first
disagreement within the Bishop’s
Conference, which hitherto was
apparently united in its opposition
to the Church laws.
The, Suffragan Pishop, Dr. Do-
ert Iso Ozny, Vicar of the Church
| of Roznavs in Slovakia, in a letter
addressed to the Bishops and all
Czechoslovak Ordinaries (higher
Clergy) said that the Roznavs
chapter has agreed with him that
Church vacancies should be pub-



lished in the Government “Ga-
zette” but that his superior, Jan

Votask, Roman Catholic Bishop in
Slovakia had insisted that no use
Should be made of the “Official
Gazette.”

Two newspapers to-day resum-
ed the press attack against Roman
Catholic orders.

Lidove Novine said
State Church office had

that the
continued

to receive workers, resolutions
describing the monasteries as
“centres of hostile espionage”, the
paper said the monasteries hac
become “a superfluous relic.’ i
The Bratislava newspaper aid |
that all members of Roman!
Catholic monastic orders ind }
now to decide either to proceed
on the road of anti-state activity

or side with the people democracy
—Reuter.

Adenauer Regrets
Incidents In
Hamburg Trial

BONN, April 15
Adenauer, the West
German Chancellor, to-day ex-
pressed his “deepest regret” at
anti-Jewish incidents in a Ham-
burg Trial and at the defamation
of the Jewish cemetery in Frank-
furt this week. The Chancellor re-
gretted that “there are still people
in Germany—even if they are few

who behave in such a shameful
manner towards their Jewish co-

Konrad

citizens”, the Government Press
Office stated
The greatest part of the Ger-

man people would agree with him
that they had the duty “as Ger-

mans and as Christians, to make
g00d according to their powers
the wrongs done to the Jewish
people, and to react sharply to
all such transgression” the Chan-

cellor said

At the trial in Hamburg yes-
terday of the Nazis Film produce
Viet Hlan for crimes against hu
manity, police dispersed a crowd
to protect the witness, Tnina Nie-

hoff who was greeted outside the
court building by shouts of “you
Jewish swine, what do you want
here?” Earlier this week, grave-
stones in the Jewish cemetery at

Frankfurt were overturned, be-
lieved it was the work of children.
Shortly before this, unknown
persons stole more than 30 coppe1
and bronze plaques from graves
in Munich’s Jewish cemetery,
Several similar cases involving
the overturning of Jewish grave-
stones in Bavarian cemeteries
have been reported recently,
—Reuter,

The
Danced
WASHINGTON,

President
Chile ended a

President

April 15
Gonzalez Videla_ of
busy three-day visit

to Washington with a reception
to-day at the Chilean Embassy
for students and other members

of the Chilean colony

The President was leaving by
|}train this afternoon for New
| York. He surprised most of Wash-
| ington’s vigorous officials at
}a gala reception last night by out-
| dancing practically all of his
guests, until 4.30 a.m

—Reuter.

less



“Greater Bombay

Scheme”

BOMBAY, April, 15.
| The Government of Bombay
|Ruja Maharaj Singh to-day ir-
augurated a “rreater Bombay
scheme” acidiag to this city a4
area of 100 square miles with a

population of «bout 1,000,000.
Under the new scheme this
city becomes one of the six largest
in the word with a population
of over four million
—Reuter.

“QUAKE-PROOF”
VILLAGES



PALERMO, April 15
lw uake-proof” villages ar
e built by the Itali Minist
i TKS on the slopes ¢
M« h were shaken
i rs ‘ F
t é
Since { € r
ect re remot
f ck i
€ inde 1 ssure
all Reuter

?

Switzerland

Will Hand Over To Baudouin



BRUSSELS, April 15.

;_,XILED KING LEOPOLD told the Belgian
people to-day in a broadcast that if Parliament
restored him to the throne he would temporarily

If Parliament Approve:

Prince Baudouin.
Broadcasting to his

return, after a month’s

He said in a recorded eight-
minute speech made in his luxu-
rious Lakeside villa near Geneva
that he would temporarily trans-
fer prerogatives to his son“ at any
moment chosen by the govern-
ment”.



KING LEOPOLD

He hoped this solution would be
‘accepted with calm and _ the
agreement of all’.

In, his breadeast, the King told
his nation:

“My dear fellow countrymen, it
is with deep emotion that I ad-
dress you to-day,

“My first words are to be once
again words of thanks to the na-
tion for having given proof to me

of their confidence, and having
expressed their will by their ma- |
jority that 1 should resume the
exercise of my prerogatives.” |

This was a reference to the na-
tional referendum held on Mare!
12, when 57.6 per cent of thos«
taking part voted fer his return. |!

Satisfaction

“The satisfaction which I feel,
however, cannot allow me to for-
get those who on March 12
deemed it impossible to give m«
this mark of confidence Here |
the King lowered his voice, and
went on; “I am forced to conclude |
that if Belgian opinion in its ma- |

jority considers that an end should

be put to the crisis affecting our

|
|
|





institutions, it is divided to the
solution which should be found.”



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transfer his Royal Rights to his 19-year-old son

nation for the first time

in 10 years, the exiled monarch put forward in a
firm, clear voice his solution to the problem of his

crisis, in which Belgium

has been without a government.

Belgian listeners looked at each



other in bewilderment. They
hardly recognised the voice. The
King continued: “For long weeks
the crisis has been dragging on
between the parties, which have
not been able to work out a sol
‘tion. From various sides I have
been assured that it depend



them to create the possibility for
this
In a voice

less grave



continued: The pr.ncipal erit «
a constitutional VMionarchy, to
which the great of t
Belgian remain ched, is
place the chief of state out

ind above political parties, in

der to allow him to fulfil the

of i ( fi I cr

w er erest



the cx
Decision
“The constitut'o forbids





taking an 1 litical
nature without the approval of a
responsible government.’

The King’s voice took on not
of emphiz fi ent I
vie « vity of
tion I do not feel J in v 1
making the suggestion which
expected of 1e

“I ask the whole of the Bels
people to listen to this su
tion, with the desire to restore
among themselves a real under-

standing, an understanding which
will be realised only through re-
spect for law and with the sin-
cere wish for a loyal, mutual un-
derstanding,

“Democracy is not regime
built on authority, but on the ad-
herence of citizens institu-

to the







tions, they have themselves free-
ly established
This mea that Der rac

rests on two essential principles
j respect for law and the accept
ance by all of decisions expres
by the legal organ of national sov-
ereignty

This ac eptai double
aim of making the wish of tl
majority triumph and suring the
minority that its right vill
respected

“Therefore, if Parliament i
vites me to resume the exerci
of my constitutional prerogatives,
my duty is to accept the c

“It will then be up to me
consult all shade of l
opinion, and again + e



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of pa politic

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CASUARINA | GARLAND, Gene KELLY holiday here, on Thursday, April 20, a, .
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DINNERS,
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Walter SLEZAK, Gin@ys COOPER ing a! the St. Lawrence Hotel left
for Canada, en route to ~~ home
in Winnipeg yesterday by T.C.:
During her stay here she made
the round trip on the Lady Nelso
to British Guiana, and return. She

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war between England and ot f
in the fifteenth century
France was almost beat "tg
Joan, a simple country maid: a
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tunes of the French co
was so ‘ar successfy] tha
TEAS —— on chnvtiheit eat . English were eventually atin
F . ne was very thrilled when she from France.
MUSIC To day 4.45 & 8.45 arrived in Trinidad to find that be veil
{ ; : Princess Alice and the Earl of J. Gaia is ah
RELAXATION : Athlone joined the ship on the prisaner xy the English Was th
and Continuing way to their British Guiana tour. by the a quisition ag gia
i Catering exclusively Producing Rebecca ee a ¥ aie win oe g
; ” mene R. TOM McGEE, who is pro- the play and brings out ue
as ae ducing “Rebecca” for the the social background. the
f Bridgetown Players arrived in middle ages. of
~ Barbados in late February for an The play is a long on
i f} indefinite holiday as a guest of of interest: ana are &, but g
} Tal on Te Mr. Victor Marson at “Mirarmat tinuetaint te Bites © Of the ny,
\ 4 importe Ot es j
GLOBE | ar Fe mom eure ie
q . ) i Mr. McGee once taught theatre deand tHe. Gators oak tO Unde
| The Film that has the whole Town talking .. . + i} for one year in a College in Texas : os BEES the aia be Teality
J TO-DAY TO TUESDAY at 5 & 8.30 Daily i and last Summer he was Scenic bik 4 — E poet 5 sats cant cimaly, the e =a
: PEGGY CUMMINS & JOHN DALL i Sed tied duane ie tan i aor eB. Garbados by T.CA, yester-- Natlowaligm and the 4 cael h
A ' assacn a on anty 5 arba Ss y “A. yester
7 in " } setts during the season which Mrs. ANTHONY EDEN, second from left, was among those ares pau se: eat tee, aaa A ee e ‘am
: = ‘a! i alk ing yards the plane SOI cami: Mrs sta 1ugh
Deadly is the Keomale ' when be temaehed ca Rea Cask day enroute to Bermuda. She is seen here walking toward I Rev. B. N.Y. Vaughaig’ By
~ , ‘ \ he appeared in an off Broadway passenger: the part of Joan, the Ing} quis)
WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY 5 & 8.30 p.m. { production of aon io ue ad Alberta and Miss Audrey dering of spirituals fascinated Married at St. Ambrose pi: wet See Rev.¢
\ . 3 . algary. he i and Miss / ey 7 ate Say é y
" 0 Grish Rose” aa ee naan fré Lethbridge Al- Antiguans best of all. ae ie SATURDAY evening last mainly taken by st an "ees
Ue 4 )) Tobacco Road. Thompson from Lethk T.C.A., companist was Mr. Walter Cham- N ee Re é udents,
N Even before he came here he per ull employees of eed Antiguan week at St. Ambrose Church, Taking part in the Court gp
SS had heard of the Bridgetown Play- y from Canada by wae a Foun is the guest of Mr. Oscar Chase, son of Mrs. Irene are various ladies of the j
ers, and since his arrival he has to 1d one week in Bar- Miss Fa . T. Smith. Next Chase of Upper Bay Street was comprising Mrs. Peggy le
al tein aati oo become so interested in their work Timmons and Miss Rev. and Mrs. Cc. ee ee ced to Miss Millicent Snaggs, Mrs, Majorie Mellor, Mrs, Kathie
——— enemy that he 2 directing their * i iota a -iteiets Le ne peg barrage bai ana on daughter of Mr. Cecil Snaggs of Sayer, . Mrs. Dorothy Ortén a
“Rebece: which ope bs. + thers are guests at t Me s Mie . : Ne > 5
AQUATIC CLUB CINEMA (Members Only) i 9g The ees on Ma. r M | Ae tae Tuesday she goes to St. Kitts. St. pean uiet one, was asi Glad ee B
Hace an he , ne Marine ter her performances there Miss . The ceremony, a quie » was a o be Ba
NIGHT at 8.30 t The role h th After her performances : ; ; : ee _ A. Melville, “ 1c
TO-NIGHT TO MONDAY x players are cast in be ays, sui Faulkner is coming to Barbados. ee eee R. JO8 Pn Soe Chi
PARAMOUNT presents each one very well. Rehearals are x assisted by} Tae an aaa ; oO rinidad and a repre
F Pp } held three times per week at the For Five Months The bride who aoe oe ~ ative of the Northrop and ted
BOB HOPE and LUCILLE BALL Masonic Hall in Belleville and BOUT a year and, a half ago marriage by Mr. Alexanc € : a Hest Co., Ltd. of Toronto, Canada,
i in every Sunday at the Empire Mrs. F. N. Rose, and her wore > dress ‘ ee Tae an arrival from Trinidag
| 1380 ( a i ae vho are from cut on Princess lines. - ri B.W.LA. on Thurs< lay evenin,
| -“§ OWFEFUL JONES i Here for Three Weeks daughter Jean WwW ote + of Quest Alifie’s lace f
‘ I , rn ols arrive arbados and a bouquet of Que two weeks’ visit and i
SOR t r | HREE attractive young ladi Bagiand, -ertived Fi ae i ster and anthurium lilies and was at- > Hast Hotel. a
aE have settled here, living at Minster and ¢ ’ ‘ss Thelma Mitchell, the Hastings Hote
] with WILLIAM DAMEREST—BRUCE CABOT—THOMAS from Port of Spain, d House, Marine Gardens. wee Bie cp Rel a aie on A regular visitor to the jj
} GOMEZ—and introducing MARY JANE SAUNDERS } ereen Play by By Bante off the B.W.LA. ‘plane yes Yesterday Miss Jean Rose left ber Shap Drone aac Mr. Assing told Carib yestag
’ ; Senne 0 06 Kins by Bowne at Seawell. They were, by T.C.A., for Canada en route dress of temo f bestman were}that he was very glad to he
SPECIAL MATINEE: TUESDAY, APRIL 18TH at 5 p.m. \ Joceline de Labastide, Mi do Wcend GA & five moathe visit Che aust, * | ee and was looking forward j¢
} ee ee ae \ Stell ” They . t ie f a Her mother was at the airport to nae "tescane Ohaes other very pleasant visit hen
{ > They re ere Oo hree ? - rother, Mr. F: ne are ‘
{i : ing HUMPHREY BOGART—JAMES CAGNEY— Stelle. 1ey alr 1e1 { : see her off v0 ’ fore going on to some of theg
h Starring s )) | weeks on holiday and stayil! d s ol. a
ROSEMARY LANE { thoema'*: oaxies , tah Te Corenae land
i Also “BEHIND THE BIG TOP” H| B.W.LA. Staff News 600 Feet of Colour Film R. AND MRS. CLEMENTI
[ i A 2-reei short in Technicolor Showing Barnum and Bailey’s i R. OLIVER JOHNSON re- R. — Mrs. R. M. Simpson LEWIS jn i ; sada SKELETON
f )) Cireus ts turned yesterday by B.W.LA M + > yable three recently via rinidad a €) pend-
| if [rinidad and resumes | oe om aes liew Hotel, ing a short holiday here. Mr. Lewis CROSSWORD
npn || | ; =U SL ERuCRO a é ; weeks at the Ocean View Hotel, ing ith C.P.LM.. in Curacao, and
= — SS > ee y < s oO uperinter en - Seek, erlmes y s y «iV. € av, S
| see | pation at Station Super inonet eure to Canada vesrdny_ 0 it Wi CPT, fn Cute, Fe
~ Re ———~ j — ~ ‘ Se sae ; “aia TCA Mayor -of Aingrior-On= (hey Wels ea :
} 5 ROXY { for just a rae = a me tario, Mr. Simpson is also Genera! Waters, W orthing. rT]
pants ' , pa a iis ong eg slon Suet.) a: Sen Manager f Canadian Public Saw Flying Saucers
WAKE kemginnepmecdiaatietin gon doe yy ny oR Bes Booth Co RS. MARION HORN, and he: _
d Z 7e s place. Mr. srek en- ? e > 2 h
i Small Prvemts ina ae oaane over from Trit During his stay here he has mother Mrs. Annie see
. POUR vas Operations Officer, and Derel ee ecia taken over six hundred feet of were among the passengers , |
" isto” it is understood will shortly b« MISS FAULKNER colour film and he is going to edit ing for Canada yesterday by T.( 7
VE Son of Monte Cristo returning to Trinidad. it and send it to Mr. H. C. Collier Mrs, Horn was one of the guests at
' HO. 4 Left for Montreal Anegadan a Coming and also show it to many of his pesbiade Sika dasa She :
ciehinies | <0 IN ENAGAD ‘anadian friends. s Pani, 7° a !
7 T Iss ANNA LENAGAN, ere Canadiz : and, Mrs. Roact
‘ MODERN Louis HAYWORD: Joan BENNETT daughter of Major and Mrs 1 j British W I the R Cc A F ageigge ae ‘Canada to wait ,
1 5 . Golf Club ORN \negada, Br sh as In CAF. s ay angoe. tl :
i Bm , George SANDERS } } Denis Lenagan of the Golf Clu B \ Bh is a trained . ho is her other daughter. They hav |
, FROM EK J ERY j ; ? | #Road left yesterday by T.C.A., fol wey » and . * mes R. J. R. MCLEOD, w been here for the past six montis.
Â¥ Swords wh in the night.... |} 3 J 2s to live { 4. is Miss Gracita 1 his Eng- beer
Swords Flash in € gh . sre she hepes to liv »m Toronto anc IS g °
Montreal, where st pe , bon sides fre I Last Night |
; a i / 7 Kh fl “aie Komance rides with danger Her parents, sister Katy A. ee , Phot % att diar oe ee ee ree or AST NIGHT 8 15 o’cloc!
ELVEN I many of her friends were at Sea- -hx | ner west Indlan c.A. Mr. McLeod, when he re- iF ST NIG a 15 o'clock
— well to see her off, a he Convent tunns from leave has been she over the Local Broadcast, M1 |
fone rs Re ae * 5 Si H ‘t. Johns, Antigua te. ffice Manager of the Q, S, Coppin, Sports Editor of the ; ;
: is Is the Lady moted to Office Mar Pe. ne eee hte LUES ACROSS
In the Modern House an attractive Bathroom is an ’ >Eg’ R = ANCES McGILL, wh efor owe anaes T.C.A. Branch in Chicago, During ‘Barbados Advocate’ gave the firs 1h Sag nae 7” revol :
Ol ¥ ME i¢ | D hs the p ih Bus. tine ne VI Gt t Faulkner, tall, the ‘war he was with the R.C.A.F. of a series of fifteen-minute talks, Stage? (two words). |
essential feature, and to get this you need the nicest has been staying at the Hasting was attired snd spent some time in England. “The Week’s Sport in Review 6. Mineral with & Bit of mail >
\ DAY Man. 4.30 and 8.4 Hotel returned to Canada yestet 1 a be wn of white tull They will be here for two weeks This is the See of a re sé. faves of fair expanse
\ » abs G-M Double day by T.C.A. en route to Regina me _ dois and are staying at Cacrabank. z see tataries at this time — 12. emaieh letter in the wie) a
| , sre she li eces were chose rom very Sz ay é s tim = aoe 4 #8
Let us show vou or new stock of Robert TAYLOR, Audrey TOTTER W we p Roy Mackensie ho is Hanae Purcell 1 Bach and First Visit Dj ; SM OF fa row
in also from Regina Worse De were. x61 aah ERORL: SORE ERE for two weeks and stay- R For ny ane geo HAs 1 Boose te aes to” the hi ‘
‘ v . “rs ".C.A., offices there. She arrived i . ‘ _— liew tel, ‘ oO USLOI ertain cavairymen?
@ Pedestal Basins @ Tooth Brush Holder : , » Sogee ‘aboot panied Di ; ‘ ere more ing at the Ocean View Bae M Texas and New York and 16. the ates int all the jal f
| “HIGH WALI Le eh ean 1 . oie are , are Mr. and Mrs. N. A. B. Fair, : ) ‘ Ri Fries alia
. » Mirr x 48.8, McGill on her return home yester- eee. See re from Ottawa. Mr. Fair representative of the Gulf Cot 10 Pec br BW ech a
@ Bath Curtain Rails | @ Shaving irrors day. Dr. McGill told Cari Thi ; ( Loveliest of ° . are ae Manager of E. B. Poration, is now back in Barbado ter. a
3 j ho sold me! W : . ' renereé a ane : : j 1 sh Word held itn untveti
aie is the young lady w ld Sea Moods" is Ge a G ny. This is to discuss with the Government sores ;
osistcagete | ao } see AI TCA Staff ord Sat vlait te maibedion but the possibility of obtaining an "| sir D1 eference is sald ,
5 oer ui ea 1eir : é e as . any te adies. :
asd , \ ' " All T.C.A. Sta The lz ff the programme cu e visited the W.I. before, concession for his company ike of Belial, s
Towel Rails \| @ Toilet Paper Holders WORDS and MUSIC ISS A TIMMONS and M ; f songs by Schumann, they have vam ad the W. rn, Oueeale hheee, | 3 of Beliaie '
e h g visited Nassau and s
| Tavender from Vanc Stra ind Grieg but without wet og : He said that he would also b« 6. But the ne ve thes ae
| with “Miss F 3 Bt f t Faulkner’s ren- muda. onferring with Hon'ble N. E CT '
| B.C., Miss Frances Burk« ny d Mi ‘ co & ee ES DOWN (
| Mickey ROONEY, Perry COMO nel Tanner, the Canadian Oil Expert 1. No Pros tah lL. ms f
| pana 7 ie who arrived here sometime age travels on his tee Taam ¢
. Y r / 5 to advise the Government on their cee ;
oe. BY THE WAY 2 8eacucomeer ce |
C y future oil development policic 3. Purveyor of nonsense?
\ . Ky Mr. Bishop arrived from New A ae eae ae -
—s rn ag a . 911 YC TJ > , , a .
Ra I i t it the message for the laundresses Of york via Trinidad by B.W.LA is one of their functia
Ante manage! f ae Z io . eferred to California.” few days ago and is staying at the e| He unt ards, ¢
4 ; » their ne, a Ocean View Hotel. his ,
; han c ROSH WEREE 0 Eee 7 hans. in the: fOvex Lady Beaten By Mouse : | 8 k in the AckeAdk if
r Americ: visitors « t ’ ‘ ‘ hs sad B k f H i: | ain in the
ho t f nausts “ : ac rom ome eave 10. ry a pain in :
Paris. One of them is pl ; ’ i fa wale .cf { READ that “the old-fashioned bei a t 11. It an age to stil
what he calls a super-cabar htc ‘5 indi thes mouse-trap is out of date.” ‘eae ee 14, Biot ty
has approached the Filthistan these Po ae eae Perhaps it is the cheese that is ta Sittin re ee arn a 16. Bit of. exercise.
\ Trio Gee, Folks out oi date. I know a mouse—not Le eae et, oe * 19. The facts may be got fod
* These three rascal a er picture n American to speak to, of Ccourse—whose shail ari te oO eet anc G abled. aie
hitherto wrecked every ed ¢ an air landlady used to bait her trap ‘gla ‘a a a 5 by th : bottle-was
{ which they have taken part line Piles Of with very good Brie, and leave *8489d On. « MAUEY last Pan 21. Bob hus a short drink
» tnd 4 m tl . Dutch S.S. Helena”. He w a cert. i
‘ truth being that the moae* a glass of port beside the trap. ©U' ariled be his wife and-Iitti 22. Sounds as if 1t’s 1 oo
t “annot be incorporated em : The mouse drank the port first, fence Ca ‘ ‘ oi wite and HMUCi¢ duck!
programme, owing t ( ! d 3 y and staggered towards the Brie “an te pe ia Carib that
ebullience and impudenc California, How She Comes! Simply by being so unsteady on , Mr. =r, land iy utes aa |
manager has suggested tha IMSI SLOPCOKNER spent his feet, he got the cheese with- found eee wine ee: SES
’ seesaw should be crowd 1 M : r clothes, out being caught. The lady then W@S ih , Rlect ea 7 wy. BO
beautiful girls before the Pet crusade.| put the glass of port in the trap, _ we a men gi. " ene pie 7
get to work on it, and Fortu the ment jand left the cheese outside. The De Said erat Wee ree oe t fe
{ girls should dismot ved she hac ad| mous e ate the cheese first, and ne ope ane — d t ab : $
: and dance a seesi ; model” «¢ ack to} then went for the port. The trap gg y soe a i lowever glad
! while the plank is occupied | sai ire spared the usual] whanged down, smashing the glass t@ be back in 3arbados.
1 P SI s taking|and spilling the port. The mouse On Vacation
1 he wringer and drier, jlapped up the drink and then HE Misses Barbara, Jean and
BEAUTY DEMONSTRATION | esen e Mayor of Kiry’s 8| climbed out of the trap over the Joan Singh of Trinidad,
hur t eM of Demo-' broken glass which had wedged daughters of Mr. Percival Singh,
/ A Beauty Demon om we a I lso a plastic bird-/it slightly open. After that the Gencral Manager of the Roodal
be svaged by Mis 3S Bert a - rs » ' ngle section at} lady gave it up and left the food Theatres in the West Indies, and
of the Dorothy Gray ore ne ‘on{the Bibney St. Vitus Excelsior j@na drink in a corner, There the cousin to Mr. Maurice Jones
Salon at me Winds r Hotel ndrie Works, for the Pe =| matter—and the mouse—rests at Manager of the Globe Theatre,
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RICHARD TODD MEETS PERIL IN

HOLLYWOOD

And Burst Their

Favourite Bubble

From Frederick Cook : New York.

D TODD, sailing for
2, stmggoel home soon after
i his first picture in
erica, is taking with him some
jefinite ideas on Hollywood.
ome place is only a village, he
s. People talk too much,
aol jally about other people and
their private affairs. The gossip
columnists are a daily hazard,
The weather is wonderful, put
ji the stories about turning out
snasterpieceS in half the time we
take just is not true. tl
“One gets to work at the samo
time as in England,” he said to-
“Making-up takes just as
Jong and the filming moves along
at the same speed, } a
“Fyrom the actor's point of view,
there isn’t.the slightest difference
between a British studio and an
American.”

Caught both ways

Todd found it was all too easy
to “put one’s foot in it” in Holly-
wood. “The place is just an over-

wn village,” he said. “Too
many people know and talk far

too much about other people’s
iness.
mit one makes the slightest

faux pas it is seized on by some
columnist and spread abroad. If
you deny it, you make it worse.
If you don’t, everybody believes
sey
ss his first Hollywood picture,
Lightning Strikes Twice, with
Ruth Roman, Todd plays a
Western rancher of Irish-Spanish
descent. ’

He found the hardest part of
the job learning to ride well on a
Western saddle.

The Horses xet

“One thing it did teach me,” he
said. “I have often thought
horses badly treated in Western
films—I’ve seen them pulled up so
suddenly as to rear back on their



are sensitive, and with the slightest
touch on the bit they know what
to do and do it—and how!

“l'@ often wondered how the
man racing into town did that
dismount at full gallop. I’ve had
to learn. But what amazed me
was the way in which the horse
itself is trained to come to a full
stop the moment he feels the
rider’s weight lifted off the saddle.
In England, if you tried to dis-
mount that way, the horse would
keep right on going— and you'd
end up in a heap with some
broken bones,”

Car trouble

Two things did bother Todd and
his wife—the absence of a good
cup of tea and the way in which
restaurants and shops maintain
parking men to jump into your
car the moment you arrive and
drive it round the back for you.

“This worried me a lot at first,”
said Todd. “I’d hate to have a
stranger drive my British car.
Here, of course, they are. all
standardised. If you can handle
one, you can handle them all.
After a while, I got used to it.”

From Broadway—

JUDY HOLLIDAY, whose
court-room scene was the hit of
the film Adam’s Rib, is to be
Starred in a movie version of
Born Yesterday, the comedy in
which she was one of last years
outstanding Broadway successes,
Here is a girl who will be figuring
among the Oscars one day.

—And to Broadway

Claire Luce, who has been ap-
pearing here on television, is
postponing her return to the West
End for the starring role in a new
Broadway play With a Silk
Thread, to open next month. She
will play the part of an actress







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Judy Holliday will figure among



ERENT SET eR



SUNDAY ADVOCATE

the Oscars one day. -



haunches and the reins jerked who retires from the stage to
with what looked like brutal marry a doctor but decides after
roughness. all that her heart belongs before

“| have now found out these the footlights. Author Elsa CLAIRE LUCE IN SHOPPING
Western ponies are trained #or Shelley will stage the play he West End return postponed Podd and wife in Hollywood.
sudden response. Their mouths —L.E.S.

eviewers, on the whole, use ‘a tery melodrama,
aves sparingly, but it At the Cinema : nd Donna
would certainly be no exaggera- ction takes place
tion to say that “TWELVE ae background of
O'CLOCK HIGH,” now playing at 12 O’CLOCK HIGH ( ewspaper world vs.
the Empire Theatre, is a most ay deals with the
outstanding war drama. It con- épor to piece to-
cerns the first struggles and grim B ¢ B young and
efforts on the part of the U.S. iy ° . lead. from
Army Air Force to prove the i ‘ ; i tene-
efficiency of daylight bombing on Offset by an underlying sensi- of special mention are thé e atrival
Germany, during the early pait tivity and dry humour. Suppor:- of the planes in action which er en
of World War Il. It is a picture ing him as the Major is Dean were taken by the U.S. Ari and
that is fraught with tense drama, Jagger, whose humourous phil- Air Force during actual air ¢ : mes
emotion, humour and _ excite- OSsophy and occasional alcoholic bats with the Germans during ti mi about
ment, lapses are not only amusing but last war. Films captured fro ] ) tior re

Supply the right vein of lightness the Germans, showing th« p vs ‘

The story concerus a general required in a film of this kind. truction of American plan¢ ‘

in the U.S. Army Air Force, wha
replaces a fellow officer ana
friend as commander of a bomb-
ing group, and his superhuman
efforts to snap the men out of
the mental and physical fatigue
which has overtaken them, due
to continual raids over Europe.
In his endeavours, he becomes
a strict disciplinarian, “> such an
extent that every pitot in the
group requests to be vransferred.
Playing for time before the re-
quests are finally put through, he
Successfully whips the group into
shape — after which he himsellt
Suddenly cracks under the terrific

» strain.

In the role of the General,
Gregory Peck gives one of his
finest performances. His portrayal
tarried conviction, and his ap-
parent inhumanity was _ skilfuliy



Hugh Marlowe, as Lt. Col. Gate-
ly, the weakling in the group who
is finally vindicated, and Gary
Merrill as Col. Davenport, who
is transferred from his command,
both contribute emotionally
cere portrayals of the characters,

sin-

and Millard Mitchell as General
Pritchard is dignified and con-
vincing. All in all, there is a

splendid cast, including the mem-
bers not mentioned here, and the
emotions, actions and reactions
as portrayed by the cast, both in
the group and individually, are
completely natural and human
with the result that the audience
is removed from the sphere of
film “make believe” into that of
strict reality.

The settings tor ‘Twelve
O’Clock High” are all realistical-
ly produced, Particularly worthy

also used, and it is interest

know that this is the
these pictures have ev
released to the public.

The music played. during
tain sequences of the fil
tributed greatly to creatir
atmosphere desired This
particularly successful

commencement of the
the Major, on holiday in Er
returns to the airfield to
minisce, and in hi
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OT! No rum for the West Indies Cricket team? The news that

the Customs officials in England had seized ninety-six bottles of
rum which had been placed on the “Golfito’” by admirers of the West
Indies team received much prominence both in the English and West
Indian Press.

I perhaps sympathise more deeply with the West Indies Team
than many people since I am not entirely a teetotaller and have spent
a few years on the Continent. One must admit that the Customs
Officer observed the letter of the law in this respect but what of the
spirit of the law ?

PLAY CRICKET
S' RELY it could not be considered that the members of the team
would attempt to sell the rum if they were allowed to land it
and so deprive the Customs of their rightful revenue in this connection.

It has not been entirely unknown in the past that the baggage of
regardless of what it contains is immune from the red
the Customs

touring teams,
tape of
One old intercolonial cricketer,
ber of the community said that a touring cricket team was regarded

as unofficial ambassadors of goodwill and as such they were entitled

a prominent and popular mem-

to diplomatic privileges as far as such things as rum, flying fish, sugar
were concerned.
TWO FIVE-GALLON TINS.

time when as a member of the Barbados team that

sauce

and pepper

E gecalled the

toured British Guiana to take part in the regular triangular
intercolonial tournament there, the members of the team carefully
cleaned tw tins that contained kerosene oil and then



filled ther






They i to the Customs officials with their tongues in their
cheeks that contained “oil for use on the bats.” This explana-
tion was off accepted but on arrival at the hotel a delegation
of the British Guianese Customs Organisation visited them forearmed
with the necessary sodas, gingers and cokes

NOT HOT AT ALL
HE confiscation as well of a sack of sugar and a carton of gramo-
phone records and calypsoes by the Customs officials cannot be
construed to constitute a very warm welcome for the team. However,





SUNDAY ADVOCATE

CARLTON DEFEATS
ROVERS 4-0

CARLTON completely outplayed Pickwick-Rovers in their
First Division Footbal] Fixture at Kensington yesterday
afternoon to win the game, their first for the season, by

four goals to love.

The Carlton front line, ably led by “Brickie” Lucas com-
bined nicely to score two goals during the first period and
the other two in the second half.

4)

Mohawk Wins
At Yesterday’s
Yacht Races

“Mohawk”, owned by Dr. David
Payne and skippered by ‘Bob’
Cumberbatch carried off the In-
termediate Race at the Sixth Re-
gatta of the R.B.Y.C. which was
held at the Aquatic Club yester-
day evening. Unfortunately “Mo-
hawk” turned over after passing
the winning flag and had to be
towed to the crane at the Aquatic
Club Pier where it was docked,

Coming second in the Interme-
diate Class was John Hunte’s
“Eagle” which was skippered by
Michael Mayers. Third position
went to “Clytie”, owned and skip-
pered by Sydney Nurse.

John Toppin’s “Mischief”, skip-
pered by his son Stanton, carried

off “B” Class honours. A keen
battle was witnessed between
“War Cloud”, owned and skip-

pered by Jack Badley, and “Reso-
lute”, owned by Owen Burke and
skippered by his brother Ham-
mond, for second place. “War
Cloud” however reached the flag
a length ahead of her rival.

“Astra”, owned and skippered
by Milton Tucker won the “C”
Class Race. Father Hopkins’ “Hi

Ho” followed in second position

these things happen and one cannot fight the letter of the law while “Wizard II”, owned and
However, a little vision would have smoothed things over and skippered by Jim Jones was third.
certa would not have created any undue drain on the British “D” Class honours went to
Exc 5 “Rainbow”, owned and skippered
ae ae rs i i : by Dermot Bynoe. Coming sec-
The decision by the Board of Management of the Barbados Cric ket on was “Sinbad”, saedea ena
Association accept the proposals made by the British Guiana skippered by Lionel Baggott while

Cricket Board of Control to stage the Barbados-British Guiana Tourna-
in Se r-October, 1951 is extremely baffling to me

Mr. E ien, West Indies selector has offered the suggestion
that Brit Barbados in September-October this

in of gaining their

ment







Guiana should play

year order to give new players an opportunity

BRITISH GUIANA OBJECT
GUIANA objected to the proposal pointing out that
till be

RITISH the
ld

sarba tar performer ould in England and th ould

he gate

receipts
of th

he opinion that t
5 etA €

of the 3al

Board of
lopted a

to th suggestion

Management

ation ac week-kneed attitude in supporting

objection
more or less a

are absent on tours that the}]

ccepted now as gentleman's

West

ite! r tour ment

agree-

ent that henever Indies teams

be staged in order to afford

e for ers wl vould not otherwise be given the opportunity

pective islands f
Indies team was in India

was ’

Roy

the West
Interc

1950

end when



Tournament
England
would not have

nidad-Barbado olonial

the West Indie team to
had

1949

th of whom



was up to its full possible

attitude should receive no report

am surprised that it could have



the legislature for a loan

for pre

Kensington will be met wit! eneral

iding addl-

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it Wlil mean tha

season to season



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first
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ion League competition this season met for the
be

that Everton

i Phe er i Ww a record one an aw one of the
I ye t Ke gton for ny eal I share the viev
t i the first half of the
Part and with a smart short
ne dominated the play for ter part of the first half
SPARTAN DRAW WITH TEN
ry the indying credit, Spartan, who suffered the loss
I : left full ck te inute half
vith the Everton team
production of some extremely

game Chey

ined better than the tean

the grea

of their cap-

before time, closed

f tk i draw is wl best indication of the compara-

on seored their fir win of the

ington

easol
The

thi

Pickwick~- Rover at Ker

four goals to le iriton sh
of their dash and thrust
well Wilke
during the game, a match for Carlton
REFERE NEED RESPECT

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they have recaptured some of last

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“Olive Blossom”, owned and
skippered by Winston Hassell was
third

Results were

‘B’ Class: 1, Mischief; 2,
Cloud; 3, Resolute.

Intermediate Class : 1, Mohawk;
2, Eagle; 3, Clytie.

War

‘C’ Class: 1, Astra; 2, Hi Ho; 3,
Wizard II F
D’ Class : 1, Rainbow; 2, Sinbad;

3, Olive Blossom.



Champs Meet

news our Belize Correspondent)

ROY “TERROR” CADLE, Light-
weight champ of British Honduras
and former Lightweight champ ot
Arizona, USA, was sent to the
canvas for the count in the middle
the second round last weex
when he met Simon Lucas, British
Honduras Welterweight champion,
at Majestic Theatre,



THEY SAY N°4 1G A BIT
t-FORM -WE@ BEEN FOOLING
KG TIME AWAY WITH HIS STUDIES



rank and file of the crowd who perhaps de not

a bladder in the ball.

On the other hand players who are expected to know
so incite the crowd after

resentment and

against them





Lucas scored two of the goals
while Reynold Hutchinson and
Warren each scored one.

The game was only about five
minutes old when Lucas got the
ball from mid-field and after
beating his way down, beat Hill
with a left booter which went
into the far corner of the nets

Pickwick-Rovers now made an
attack, but Mike Foster missed the
upright with a powerful shot from
outside the area.

Carlton took over but missed an
opportunity to put themselves fur-
ther in the lead when Warren ‘cen-
tred from the right wing and the
inside men fumbled.

Pickwick-Rovers launched an-
other attack on their opponents’
goal but King saved and Wells,
who was still on the run, kicked
out.

Pickwick-Rovers pressed for the
equaliser and were given two
corners in quick succession but
nothing resulted.

It was not long after this that
Carlton got their second goal.
Warren on the right wing, after
receiving from one of his halves,
cut in and beat Hill with a lovely
shot.

The Pickwick-Rovers goal had
a narrow shave when Lucas tried
a hard one from outside the area,

but Hill turned it around the
corner.
Pickwick-Rovers tried to de-

crease this lead and from one of
their forward movements, Taylor
centred accurately from the left
wing, but Williams, the Carlton
full back, headed out.

Shortly before the interval,
Pickwick-Rovers were given a
free kick when goalkeeper King
carried, but nothing resulted.

On resumption Pickwick-Rovers
were first on the offensive and
Davies sent in a tame shot which
King had no difficulty in saving.

Carlton then missed a good op-
portunity wren Warren, after out-
running the Pickwick-Rovers full
back, lost control and kicked out
with only the goalkeeper to over-
come.

immediately afterwards, Croney
at inside left for Pickwick-Rovers,
after receiving a good kick by
Foster, kicked out what looked a
certainty.

Pickwick - Rovers were
pressing and kept the ball in their
opponents’ area for sometime but
just failed to score. On one occa-
sion they were given a free kick
as result of foul play by one of
the Carlton defence. Wilkes took
the kick, sending in a _ hard
grounder, but King saved

The Carlton front line which
was combining well all along soon
made another raid and Warren
tested out Hill with a good shot
which the latter saved.

The Carlton sharpshooters again
attacked and this time Reynold
Hutchinson beat Hill with a low
shot to make the score 3—0.

Carlton now seemed to have
things their own way and Hill
was called upon to save two good
efforts, one from Warren and the
other from Luca*.

It was not long afterwards that
Carlton got their fourth when
from a throw in by F. Hutchinson

now



from the right side, Lucas got
possession and beat Hill with a
well placed shot

The game ended without any
further scoring, leaving Carlton
winners by four goals to love

The referee was Mr. O. S, Cop-
pin, while the line en were Mr
J. H. Walcott Mr. 3S. OC.
Gittens

The teams were as follows

Pickwick-Rovers: Hill, Proverbs,
Atkinson, Foster, Hunte, Mayers,
Wells, Davies, Wilkes, Croney,
Taylor

Carlton: King, Porter, Williams,
F. Hutchinson, Clairmonte, K
Hutchinson, Warren, R. Hutchin-
Cozier, Lucas, Marshall

son



even know that there
better show

a decision has been given

I suggest that all players should read, learn, mark and inwardly
digest the rules of football and then offer the referee, their own club

and the

that First Division players do

Football Association their co-operation,
not

It is pitiable to see

even know what is meant by

facing the field of play or the difference between a direct and indirect

free kick
because

ubstitute

Gill

Tra

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Good mornings



de Enquiries to I

Knowledge is power and neither a false sense of power
of pigmentation nor notoriety will ever prove a satisfactory





1950 Cricket Season
To Open On July 8

THE 1950 Cricket Season will open on Saturday, July 8,

and will close about the middle of December.

This was

decided by the Board of Management of the Barbados

Cricket Association at the

meeting, which too place at

the George Challenor Memorial Stand at Kensington

on Friday.

Dominica Wins
Athletic Sports

DOMINICA, April 14.

Domimica yesterday at Windsor
Park for the first time won the
Windwards Inter-School Athletics
with 40 points, St. Vincent was
second with 37, Grenada scored
20, St. Lucia 12.

A good crowd witnessed Domi-
nica capture the sprints and jump-
ing events while Steele of Grenada
won the half mile in brilliant
style.

Results were as follows: —

Throwing. the Cricket Ball:
Sealey (St. Vincent), Deterville
(St. Lucia), Mitchell (St. Vin-

cent), 97 yds. 7% inches.

100 Yards : Julien: (Dominica),
Auguste (St. Lucia), Lewis (St.
Vincent), 10 secs.

High Jump: Shillingford (Dom-
inica), Adams (St. Vincent),
Gittens (Grenada), 5ft. 10%
inches.

220 Yards: Julien (Dominica),
Henry (St. Lucia), Lewis (St.
Vincent), 24 secs.

Pole Vault: Fingal (Dominica),
Shillingford (Dominica), Powell
(Grenada), 10 f& 3ins.

440 Yards; Anderson (St. Vin-
cent), Powell (Grenada), Steel
(Grenada), 55.4 secs.

Long Jump: _ Shillingford
(Dominica), Gibbs (Grenada),
21 ft. 1% inches.

880 Yards: Steele (Grenada),
Gibbs (Grenada), Moore (St. Vin-
cent), 2 mins. 7.4 secs.

Relay: St. Vincent first, Dom-
inica second, St. Lucia third, 48
secs.

Tug-of-War:
Dominica second, St

St. Vincent first,
Lucia third
«.P.)

Barbados Friendly
Football Association

Following are this week's fixtures :—
Tuesday April 18th: Berwick vs Wavell
at Shell. Referee: Mr. E. Clarke
Penrode vs. Reeds United
ard's. Referee: Mr. E. Reece
St. Matthew's Old Boys vs National at
the Bay. Referee: Mr. E. Branch.
Wednesday April 19: Westerners vs
Maple at St. Leonard's. Referee: Mr. O
Graham
Tambrose vs St. Mary’s Old Boys at
the Bay. Referee: Mr. J. Archer.
Thursday April 20th: Rangers vs Colts
at St. Leonard's. Referee ; Mr. O. Graham
National.vs Wavell Sports Club at the
Bay. Referee: Mr. B. Grandison
Berwick vs Advocate at Shell. Referee:
Mr. E. Clarke,
Friday April 2ist: Penrode vs Harkliffe
at St. Leonard's. Referee: Mr. E. Reece.
Reeds United v. St. Matthew's at Shell
Referee : Mr. O. Graham,
Maple vs St. Mary’s at the Bay
Mr. E. Branch,

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—_—___—_——'

The Board discussed letters
from the West Indies Cricket
Board of Control, Mr. E. J. Mars-
den of Trinidad and the British
Guiana Cricket Board in connec-
tion with the fixing of dates of
intercolonial cricket tournaments.

The letter from the W.I. Cricket
Board suggested that Jamaica play
Trinidad in Trinidad some time
between January and March 1951
and that British Guiana and Bar-
bados play at British Guiana in
September 1951.

Mr. Marsden suggested that
British Guiana play Barbados in
Septernber-October this year in
Sritish Guiana to give new players
an opportunity of gaining their
colours.

British Guiana objected to the
suggestion made by Mr. Marsden,
pointing out that such a tour would
affect their gate receipts in the
absence of the Barbados star per-
formers who would be in England.

British Guiana then made a
counter proposal that British Gui-
ana visit Jamaica in January—
March.1951, Barbados visit Trini-
dad at the same time and that the
British Guiana-Barbados tourna-
ment should take place in British
Guiana in September-October
1951.

The Board decided to write the
West Indies Cricket Board of Con-
trol accepting the proposal made
by British Guiana.

The Board instructed the Secre-
tary to write a letter to the
Governor-in-Executive Committee
asking for a loan of $24,000 as sug-
gested at the June meeting last
year for the extension of the
ground at Kensington and for pro-
viding additional accommodation.

The Board also instructed the
Secretary to write Mr. K. R.
Broodhagen asking him to paint a
picture of the Oval for presenta-
tiion to the Memorial Gallery at
Lords. ’

The Board accepted the appli-
cations from Central Cricket Club
and the Barbados Regiment C.C.
to enter the second division cricket
competition on the provision that
their grounds were suitable and
appointed a small Committee to
inspect them along with those of
Leeward Cricket Club who had
applied last year for admission.

The Board considered the An-
nual Report and Accounts of the
Association to be presented at the
Annual General Meeting which
will take place at Queen’s- Park
on Friday, May 26 at 4.30 p.m.

Present at the meeting were:
Sir Allan Collymore, Mr. E. D.
Inniss, Mr. J. W. B. Chenery, Mr.
E. L. G. Hoad, Mr. E. A. V. Wil-
liams, Mr. S. O’C. Gittens, Mr.
|. N. Peirce, Mr. W. Atkinson and
Mr. W. F. Hoyos, Honorary Secre-
tary.



——

St. Kitts Wins
Football Series

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)
ST. KITTS, April 15
The interschool tournament

Montserrat vs. St. Kitts football
match was played at Warner Park
this afternoon,

During the first half, Montserrat
was playing with the wind and
downhill. The teams were appar-
ently well matched. Both teams
were playing good forward line
combination.

Ten minutes after start, Martin
of St. Kitts nodded a nice pass
from Francis into Montserrat’s
nets. Score at half time, St, Kitts
1 and Montserrat 0.

Play was still even during the
second half, the ball being well
worked through. After 15 min-
utes, Montserrat evened up. St.
Kitts’ goalie tried to get to a loose
running ball and failed to clear
when crossing the goal mouth
Jeffers of Montserrat touched it
in.

This game has been the most
interesting and most evenly con-
tested of the series. Score at end
of play was St. Kitts 1, Montserrat
a

St. Kitts wins the football series
by scoring a total of three goals
in two games.



Tug-of-War
Antigua beat Montserrat two
straight pulls. St. Kitts beat

Montserrat two straight pulls. St.
Kitts beat Antigua 2—1.—(C.P.).





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SUNDAY, APRIL 16, 1956





THE GRENADA TURF CLUB brought off another very sy
ful meeting which opened on Easter Monday and terminated on

day. There were mostly home entries with a few from St, Ve
but on the whole there was a larger entry than usual. Outsidg ;
fluence was also added by the visit of jockeys Thirkel and Pat Fi be
from Barbados and some other riders from Trinidad, [pn toe
curious coincidence, young Pat Fletcher was asked to carry owe a

him a whip which had been bought here by the G.T.C. to be pr Wit
to the champion jockey of the meeting. Having turned out a
champion jockey himself he has now brought the whip back be

His total was five wins while Fred Thirkel,
first day was second.
again, and especially so outside of Barbados.
fore not confined to the home ground only.

who rode thr
ee
I am glad to see young Pat on the win) &

: Nning };
His prowess is wet

thers,
Speaking of the above jockeys makes me start thinking op
ject which I could write a lot about. But to be brief | shall Sub.
“jockeyitis” and confine myself, to a few remarks. It is that ‘erm
ailment which makes onlookers think that jockeys win and
races but never the horses. To people afflicted with this dog
horses are mere conveyances who all run around at uniform aa
Those who happen to have the best jockeys always come in fi Spee
those with the worst naturally at the other end of the race, ost any
ally there is a horse who due to some miraculous quality rungs
the track at more than uniform speed and when he does not wi
goes without saying, the jockey is to blame. Win, i

Unfortunately this ailment is not peculiar to any particular
try and plagues the racing game wherever it is carried on,
fortunately it is not confined to onlookers only but owners ang
ers as well. We, in the West Indies have not escaped. We have
all over the place and worse in some parts than in In t
dad it has reached most alarming proportions. To tell a Sports
over there who is suffering from the ailment that a jockey coun te
5% and the horse for the other 95% in a race like telling ti
that there is no Father Christmas. AY tay

LATTIMER — A NOTABLE CASE

The most notable case of “jockeyitis” I can think of is the i
concerning Philip Lattimer. He arrived from England with a coniad
but hardly any horses to ride. Consequently he had to accept a
of rides on inferior horses and it was not long before he had ad
reputation for being one of the worst. He came to Barbados in Noven,
ber 1947 and rode six winners. This was the first time I saw him
he impressed me as being a good jockey. He went back to ini
and although he rode a few winners over there he was stil] rated j
ferior when on the last day of the Christmas meeting of 1948 h ;
up on the mare Storm’s Gift and went out to run in the Queen's
Handicap, the last race of the season. Coming from behind ina 7
finish on the outside, Lattimer landed the mare half a length ind .
of her stable companion Beacon Bright. From then his natal
made. Overnight he jumped from last to first in the estimation
the general public and his picture has been in the papers ever gj ]
He even gets a preview occasionally by some sports writers beton,
meeting starts. At present, his riding at Union is the talk of the a
ing and even my correspondent The Fiddler has written to ;
superlative has been his horsemanship oy i

others,

But without detracting from Phil Lattimer’s capabilities, ]
ask: What of this mare Storm’s Gift who helped him make his “a
W as she a no good who required the efforts of some wizard to mi
her win? Of course not! She is now the best race-horse in trai a
the West Indies. I wonder if our friends thought this had an’ a
do with the result of the Queen’s Park Handicap.

Take it easy y
Pat, your chance will also come in a:

Trinidad one day.

THE GAUNTLET AND BEACON BRIGHT
As I mentioned apove my friend “the Fiddler” has put his

to paper on the form of the horses on the first two days at Uni
He confirms my view that a misjudgment of pace is all that
The Gauntlet to defeat Beacon Bright and his description of the fini
is somewhat different to that given by Mr. Dick Murray on the radi
Not a great deal of difference. It is true, that my friend thought th
Beacon Bright was gaining on The Gauntlet whereas Mr. Murray ¢
not.

; Not only does my correspondent confirm that Beaton Bright sho
have won the first race, but so does the result of yesterday’s Point
Pierre Handicap. In this race over a shorter distance of 7 f

Beacon Bright beat The Gauntlet easily and allowed him § Ibs. ind
bargain. In fact The Gauntlet could only manage a 4th place Tee
and Lady Pink filling the gap between himself and Beneot Br
for second and third places respectively. I have never been able
understand how the Jamaicans could describe The Gauntlet a
high class horse” to quote their own words

Meanwhile Poor Fair Profit I see has taken ‘nother beating
has quite rightly been retired to his training grounds in Arima, th
to await the coming of the Trial Stakes at the June n eeting Uni
tunately “The Fiddler” has not given me much information to gp
about this, except to say that 18 lbs. overweight was much too my
for Fair Profit to carry against Bright Boy on form, With this I g
agree. But it would be interesting to know if Fair Profit likes then
on which he won at Christmas, better than the flinty going nowm
vailing at Union. This is just one of the possibilities egarding
Profit which leaves the question of the Trial Stakes a bit open,

WAVECREST BUILDING REPUTATION

_ Otherwise the big colt Wavecrest is building up a reputation
himself which now makes him a favourite ior the Trial Stake
fact he has beaten his contemporaries so decisively at Union Park#
the only horses in the Classic who will be conceded a chance agil
him are those from Barbados, plus Lazy Bones, and possibly
Amis who won a race at Christmas. Yesterday Wavecrest won
over five furlongs and this time, with heavier we ight than he cart
on the first day, he won a much easier race. On Monday he wond
7 furlongs with ridiculous ease but his time was very slow. Inf
of the fact that he won easier yesterday than he did on the first



I am beginning to think he is more like the O.T.C., strain than
They are certainly notorious for running better as a meeting p
gresses

'

This makes Wavecrest a winner of five races out of five
Few horses have made a better beginning than this and the oct
when he takes on the Barbados lot, Lazy Bones and Fair Proll
certainly awaited with bated breath. I believe that only Bowmait
and Bow Bells will be going over for the Trial Stakes, although!
not certain that the former will be racing in the Classic. But #
certain that by the end of the year Wavecrest will not have only?
two to cope with. I hope we will see Cross Bow back on thei
by then and that Hon. J. D. Chandler will also have either Water
or Colleton in the Trinidad Derby.





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Pubtuned by Tho Advocate Co. Ltd. 34, Broad St, Brideetows

Sunday, April 16, 1950









The Importance
Of Seawell

The Barbados Government has acted
with commendable speed in obtaining a
new Manager for Seawell Airport

The new runway is being constructed and
it is hoped will be ready for use in August.

A very modern system of Air Traffic Con-
trols is being established at Seawell.

Renovatioris and remodellings of the cus
toms and waiting sheds have been carried
out.

But Seawell is still a daylight airport

Charter planes can notify the airport of
their desire to arrive, and if permission is
granted, night landing can take place.

Weather reports can be taken at
for twenty four hours every
traffic control can also operate at



Seawell

day,



















of the day or night, when the new i
tion has been completed. In fact the
does not so work
The frequency of r flights into Bar-
bados, it is argued, does not warrant the
heavy expenditure which would be incurr-
ed by ha twenty-four-hour staffs in-
stead of the present dawn to dusk hours
of duty.
Twenty-four-hour shifts are ‘
but will the Government a e the
expenditure?
The question and answer are both of con-
; . ;
ce of B
ire j
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4 5 7
ish taxpa rt 1 J
ment and We ‘ 4
“ t S el wn LLLO
craft to land with safe
As soon as it is compieted, |
intend to inaugurate a two-way trai MV
Canada. Their planes which bring Ca
dians to Barbados every Saturday nm
will return here to picK up passenge!
Canada and fly them back direct instead o!
taking them on to Trinidad as the
Other airways have applied is-
sion to enter Barbados and the imy
of Seawell as a stop on the route to South
America is appreciated by big airline corn
panies.
What is Barbados doing about

potential developments?

The life of an airport manager is not un-
like that of a soldier confined to barrack:

Memory is still green of the incident
whieh occurred when an American plans
arrived out of the
only allowed to land at Seaw ell because
airport Manager happened to be hi
the time and was not afraid to break the
locks of the British West Indian Airway:
and use their flares to light down the plane

Early last Good Friday morning anothe!
plane arriving from Aruba was landed
with a certain amount of difficulty. Again
the flares of the British West Indian Air-
Ways had to be used,

Seawell ought to be a twenty-four-hour
airport,

The Government of Barbados have got to
think fast how to make this become reality.

3ut, in the immediate
action is necessal keleton
personnel are on twenty-four-hour duty
the airport. It is unfair to the Airport
Manager and to the public to e the
Airport Manager to be on perpetual call
That way efficiency cannot lie Even the
present system by which the Airport Man-
a is expected to work more than a
twelve-hour day is fraught with danger

Seawell is too important to.be tre ated as
just another Government department It
is the best medium of advertising what th
island possesses There should be n loop
holes left for criticism of its organisation

blue one night and we

the

me at

waiting stage

y to ensure that

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Our Readers Say:

What Is There In Federation That We Cannot






elsewhere
and perse
The rewards of effort and perseverance

ave been seen in Barbados on many occa-
sions in recent months but nowhere has
success been more ienibeneies than in th
theatre

High Tyme and the Madame Bromova

display of dancing are still fresh in public

memory. Next month the Bridgetown
Players are giving a performance at the

a

Em vire Theatre of Rebecca, and this month
Codrington College are to perform Ber-
nard Shaw's Saint Joan.

But the most cheering news for theatre
announcement that a Barba-
has been formed and
for the Mic#le

ed at the Empire

vers is the
dos Dramatic

‘ready




are a

Watch whic
June

The Bridgetown Players have a long
record of cesses and the standard of
High Tyme and the Madame Bromova dis-

play was publicly applauded. When it is

of the Dramati



















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nei a
ie
i ae Ever since the Lynskey rmeé juste 2 colle n
3 € of the kind which the incorruptibility of Soc “ nf ter
f gf rbados theatre enter- been shaken. crueity simt
. Londom Expr
1a cannot be left to
ependent on the support
"the re Sitti ns ’ On T he B ence
theat &
( s understood, By NATHA f s*UBBINS
ributed pounds BUY BRITISH SNOW t the
bat 4 for will AND SKI FOR YOURSELE
os ; EVERY LITTLE ALPS r
What Barbados needs Sirange Tale OL
4 i —_ UP TO very r
virited citizens who have |, The Se:
Chukchi (a tribe "v - e Sea
: Som ave ic
and application achieved | of Siberia) obser. h The Dow ager And > aways, who we
nd who are interested dial custom of killing off Dachsh und j
D } and sick people at the } =
Merchant princes of other | the doomed themselves. It S
, eS Se a matter of revere ju
ibuted handsomely for a son to strangle f r g
é { the arts sup- | mother —From “The R
' Oblivion”, by Viadimir Zenzer
ers and have been Oe ne
: aed or for their contri- Hush, Littie Father, do not cry.
S ; Ivan will throttle you by and
| wth of culture. Barbados “A
t merchant princes but ner
the ‘ : individuals e
, } contrib J to many
. er ri
t f he and such as sports I 3
jue to the encouragement from ee
: William,” |
outside agencies such as the British Coun- ! x andiiptbes toaged with pington. “And
cil and the Carnegie Corporation that the oiee Ni ieolal laid r you

» of individual Barbadians
has achieved support in fields of education.
The name of Codrington deserves especial
connection



ri

itside assistance and help is
ning to the West Indies in the
‘lopment and Welfare Grants
ough support from wealthy
3arbadians the people themselves for |
cultural activities?

Kingd

To-day
till forthcor

form of Deve

Mo

but is there en

or

The United dom cannot supply



funds for building a theatre in Barbados | Mlarriet The manor
put eve 3arbadian can contribute at least THIS is to introduce vou
xpence to a theatre fund and rich visit- Harriet , the ker, passior
i lover of poetry and t
ors to the island will no doubt pay hand- |typica) open air English girl
€ » assist the development of a While Harriet beri:
; ; a .. | laughingly down a ar
theatre which will benefit themselves aS |jictening enraptured to +
well as local residents |croaking of that rare
| English shores, the C
Money, it is said, cannot buy happiness | Wit, she turned with i
: 7 : | delight through a wi
t money can build a theatre, and it is | gate and found herself in a
time that Barbados had a theatre to give | ‘10US garden full of early flow
yutle the undoubted talent which Taking a deep breath and
standing with her feet wi ap azt
f he community. | according to the instruc of a
; <3 - Seas correspondence course on health
he theatre would, of course, be avail- | and hygiene, she began to recit«
ble for use by all cultural societies and |“The kiss of the sun for pardon
: | The song of the birds r
could be hired for use by conferences. It | mirth
could even be made to pay. Never has a ; At that nt a @ .
. : - jsprang at her and savaged
cause in Barbados lacked assistance more | until its owner called it off
than thi It deserves your support. jthe undaunted Harriet, bleed
_ “from a dozen wounds, limp
















To The Editor, The Advocate of it is improved communications their economic situation and to
SIR,—Thanks to Mr. Jackman but that we can handle by getting raise the standard of living of
for his letter in response to your together as in the sugar busine ne s peoples, the British Gov-
remark that people locally did no ¥ cma ast are surely, but not slow-
appeur to have read the Report of Surely and Quickly y, strangling the trade in one
the S.C.A.C., and to the latter cor- 3IR n letter t M ; \ main exports.
respondent who carried the sub- Metcalfe. Chairman of th 2 DRINKER
= ut surenes _ Imports Association in the U1 i Highest Level
aa” an oe ; a eae, sn | Kingdom to the Daily Telegraph SIR,—The following letter from
Pd nt but " ye fing the Re. 2% topical for Barbado Mr. R. L. Kirkwood to the Man-
“a5 Ww a in Bp a .
port Lod” eee Seasoned , The recent London Sugar chester Guardian is significant of

. e ore Ww : . C . tentior ymething
opinion by means of it—that is a talks have focussed attentior "a a :
serious job. It is, and rightly no “pon the extent to which thé note with pleasure that
doubt, a very big and comprehen- ©conomy of most pf our ritish JOU have taken up in your influen-

a amend West Indian colonies depends “al columns the vexed question
sive document. t ‘. a.

Here’ are two points from my Upon sugar of the method of exercising Unit-
meditations whatever they may be The memorandum rece! . i Kingdom suzerainty over
worth. submitted to the Treasury by the he . non-self-governing colonies

1. It is pretty certain that Fed- Gritish Empire Produce Or- At oresent this heavy responsi-
eration would be a very expensive ganization pointed « ty falls to the lot of a single
affair. £183,000 is the estimate ling value of West l er. Moreover, the office of
offered, and in Barbados, at least, most important by Secretary of State for the Col-
crowds of people have pretty well Heavily reduced f run ; onies is usually awarded to a
reached - ane — af- 1950 to Britai ene comparatively junior aspirant for
aa — alee re eine tae port market i political honours.

C relly certainty vIore long . . Thea , se
the P83 000 ee gd oa loss of revenue to these « :, The United Kingdom is trus-
canted P , thus addi: ieir economic tee for the colonial peoples. They

2. What is there in the scheme !''°"* es 4 hey have no votes, They can exér-
that we cannot achieve at pre afl x Pari no Gres influence in the
ent The colonic got togethe t - ft Great Bri

: { _ om
quickly to formulate a united poli- * eland. They
ey in respec f i ) choice of the
ver It w t n ma 4 epre
isiand r \
ing alone r

Moreover is it not certai des-

each colony uld int to ha f W I V have
a Im »st OW fair got that the responsibility

The ng we might g 60,000,000 British colonial














The Four Golden
Rules
A sock on the jaw

morning
A sock on the jaw at night,

in the

And as you come in give
her two on the chin,

Whether she’s wrong or
right.

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people would command the




tention of a senior
ister. It is a post t a
supreme statesmans! i P

liamentary advocacy.



By all means let there
arate minister represent
various major group: f

But just 48 in the case
there is a
whose task
highest cabinet
ests of the

coordinating

is to represe

level the
service a 4

so let there be a co-ordinat
minister for the colonial empi:
And let the prestige and auth«






ity of Nis position rank sé
only to that of the Pri M
ter

Unless the British peopl
their representative polit
take a more serious view
colonies and their n
problems, it will hardly
prising if anti-British



gain rapid ground thr«
Colonial Empire.”

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Achieve Now

tationary bicycle
ttle dynamo. At one
was shown upside-
audience were still
katt Andre ex- |
é i , the wonder to them was
+ | moved.”
Canon Jules Detry, a monk of
cu W the Order of St. Bernard,
a talking in a BBC pro-
cramme of his adventures
n Tibet when he went
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sion to the Llamas,
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re
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| ke it up, ¥ their
‘ in feelings, habits
enresae ppir i misery. Without this
perception it is diffi-
iccessful politician
ble to be a great
e by their sense
: if inct fails
perish.”

Lady Vic let Bonham Carter,
Electricits a distinguished member
a of the Liberal Party for
many years, talking in
the BBC programme “I

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Oe ee ee re ant rennet lilac ce sien 5 i

Fire At
Paradise Rd.
Bush Hall

MoreScopeFor
Handicraft

IN ANTIGUA

ALTHOUGH visitors

to Antigua

HORTLY AFTER 11.15 o’clock _ highly of the standard I

yesterday morning the Fire me * done by members of the

oes summoned to a fire at M@ndicraft classes, yet there was
Briga much more that coul

a be done if
funds were available, Ww.
Williams, Specialist Handicraft
Teacher of the Education Depart-
ment attached to the St. John's
Boys’ School of that colony told
the “Advocate” yesterday.

__ Mr. Williams arrived here earlier
in the week by B.W.LA., on his
way to Puerto Rico where he has
been granted a two-year scholar-
ship at the School of Industrial
Arts at the University of Puerto
Rico.

He is Staying at the Cosmopoli-
tan Guest House and expects to
leave on Sunday

He said that his work as a
handicraft teacher was strictly
that of teaching and demonstrating
the basic principles of wood work
and metal work by means ci
regular workshop practice within
the limits of school activities which
provided a suitable form of train-
Ing to enable pupils to become
useful generally.

Their centre he said, was fed
from other adjacent Schools in
groups of twelve and they were
engaged in the making of chairs,
clothes irons from old bits of
metal, shoe-makers’ lathes and had
also gone as far as making a

uradise Road, Bush Hall. On

— at the scene they discov-
ered that it was only a trash fire
gnd neighbours already had it
under control.

A.

E LOSS of a watch and a

quantity of money, to the
yalue of $22, was reported by
Winston Welch of Chapel Street,
City. He stated that both watch
and money were removed from
arrison College on Thursday.
They belong to himself and Mar-
cus Sandiford of Black Rock,

FOUNTAIN PEN the value
A of $9.45 was reported lost by
Julian Hutson of Marhul Street.
He stated that it was removed
from the Marhill Dairies,

HE LOSS of $60 was reported
by James Adams of the Bar-
pados Dairies, Kroad Street. He
stated that the money was re-
moved from a desk at the Dairies.

ELWIN LESLIE, a native of
Dominica, who escaped from
the Government Industrial School
on Easter Monday, was recaptured
on Baxters Road on Weanesaay
by Simeon Linton of Richmond

Gap. He was handed over to thermos flask. Book-binding was
the Police. also done to a great extent,
especially the repair of school and
OBBY DAVIS of College library books, They were very
Savannah, St. John was Often engaged in _the repairs of
severely injured recently while school and domestic equipment,
iding' a scooter along Church Before being appointed handi-
riding Hill, St. John He was Craft teacher in 1945, Mr. William:
View oS E. B. Carter bleed- W8S headteacher of Freetown
taken to Dr. E. 7 “ Mixed Government Schoo] from

ing from the nose.

It is understood that the sccoter,
while travelling at a fast rate,
struck a stone thus throwing
Davis on his head.

1925 to 1929, and for the last two
terms, was class tutor in Spanish
for the Extra Mural Department o{
the University College of the West
Indies.

While in Puerto Rico, he said
that he would be taking an interest
in ceramics and would prepare the
Brounds for promoting the indus-
try when he returned home.

He said that a ; holarship had
been offered separately under the
auspices of the British Council for
someone to go to the United King-
dom for the purpose of studying
that particular art.

DOLPHUS GRIFFITH ot

Dayrells Road was fined 10/-
to be paid in one month or one
month’s imprisonment by His
Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod on
Friday.

He was found guilty af having
in his possession three heads of
cabbage and a quantity of escha-
lots, the same reasonably suspect-
ed of being stolen or unlawfully

obtained. Mr. Williams is also Assistan:
The offence was committed on Secretary of the General Improve-
March 5 ment Organisation which he said

was a channel of many social wei-

URING THE WEEK a cane fare activities in the colony.
D fire of unknown origin broke The organisation was tarted
out at Edghill Plantation, St, about ten years ago by Mr Percy
Thomas, and destroyed 400 holes Gordon, then head teacher of

Seaton’s Government School, but
now an Inspector of Schoo!s

It consists of units in the coun-
1s. Dit federated with the
central body formed by representa-
tives of. each group. There is aa
executive body comprising Mr.
Perey Gordon and Rev Hugh
King as co-Chairmen, Mr. A. E. L.
Williams, Rev. Leonard Creightor f
Mr. S. C. Carmichael and himselt

They had had exhibitions ot
handicraft work including hats,
shoes, and any amount of ladies’
fancy work from the various units
all over the island, and recently,
two of the units had sent in speci-
mens of cheddar cheese from goats’
milk, the recipe of which was given
by Earl Baldwin who made his
own cheese at Government House.

Likes Steel
Bands

STEEL BANDS are going to
make a contribution to West Indian
culture Mr. S. C. Carmichael,
Superintendent of the Government
Printery in Antigua told the
“Advocate” yesterday.
Mr. Carmichael, a
also lecturer in choral
working through the General im-

of second crop young canes, They
are the property of Messrs. Gen-
eral Traders Ltd., and were in-
sured.

1S

AMUEL CLARKE of St.

David’s, Christ Church, re-
ported the loss of $7.61 from a
table at Barclay’s Bank on Friday.
It was his property.



SINJIVIAN STUART of Passage
Road reported the loss of a

(pair of shoes valued $4.09 from
yher residence,

i

N ACCIDENT occurred on

Mapp Road, St. Philip at
about 2.20 p.m. on Friday between
the motor lorry P-80, owned by
Ruby Plantation and driven by
Charles Ward of Ruby, and dray
cart, drawn by a mule and donkey,
and driven by Leslie Mason of
Three Houses, St. Philip. The
donkey was injured,



oJ

REPORT reached the Police

on Friday from St.Clair
Payne of Culloden Road, who
stated that Mabel Pollard of Green
Field, St. Michael, had taken ill
and died at her home on the same
day,
Barbadian,
music

ANOTHER FLYING SAUCER
was seen in a southeasterly

is

direction last night about six provement Organisation for the

O'clock by a young man in St. Extra Mural Department of th

Lawrence. University College of the West
Indies.



He was holidaying here for the
past eight weeks and is expected
to return shortly.

Speaking of steel bands, he said
that he did not like them at first
as they kept too much noise, but
Mrs. Bertha Huggins, A.R.DS,
Mr. Vere Griffith and he had later
got interested in them and they
were now playing real music.

The bands had all the elements
of music, namely, melody, har-
mony, rhythm and timbre and
played such tunes as “Now is the

The State Of
The Alleys

The majority of alleys, branch-
mg out from Broad Street, were
Very clean yesterday morning but
on the other hand nothing has been
mene to improve the looks of a
i few window and door shutters

Partly block the entrance to
Higginson’s

Lane from Broad (ae : > St. Mary’s”
, Hour”, “The Bells of St. Mar;
; oe down the alley the German chorale “Ein Feste
"4 its of card could be aets » Mood” and many
fen knocking around. Berg”, In the Mooc
others.

ree-quarters of the roadway

of Luke's Alley is still blocked by
ays and baskets, Pedestrians, who
this alley for shopping find it
Possible to wa'k two abreast.
i, Tn lower Bolton Lane, Shepherd
Meet and Dromedary Lane bits
Paper could be seen knocking
found in the roadway. Drome-
Lane has a garbage can in
centre but it appears that very

Asked about the choral work ol
the G.I.O., units Mr, Carmichacl
said that it was of a very high
order as was demonstrated when
the first Musical Festival was heid
in Antigua in 1949 during the
time Sir Hubert Rance was Acting
Governor of the colony. He also
said that the Willkies G.I.O., group
reached a high standard in choral
“One® is made of tinis, work and added that a feature of

er alleys were all clean and the musical activities of the GLO,
“Wed signs of a recent washing. was unaccompanied part singing.

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area. The Housing Board at a meeting y
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esterday d

ntion that people were erect-

ing houses on the area and ask that necessary Legis]

be sent down
them from doing so.

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ertificates — ws.
rs Discussing
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Centre were presented with certi- ea k fate
ficates on Friday night last at the a Mr. Cox. \
Children’s Goodwill League, Thé I eit Sec
St. Paul’s choir accompanied by ,, a . = ¥
Mr. Hackett, opened the pro- cant ie
sramme by singing a selection of s * aeyreale
classical music. Mr. Walter Burke eeatabi eo ve
was greatly applauded by t eines : ‘

audience when he sang “Sing Low’
and “When the golden sun is sinik-
ing.”

Nurse Clarke read a report
the work carried on by the Centr

and thanked the Hon. S. H
Perowne, Messrs E. D, Mottk
and H. A. Tudor and several!



friends from the U.S.A. for thei
financial aid,

Mr, John Beckles, rounder o
the Centre introduced Mrs. Hilton
Green of Boston, Massachusettes,
who presented the certificates to
the following nurses: Miss Lorna
Browne, Miss Norma Steele and
Miss Lucille Squires. The examin-











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3eckles and wondered who would When the question peop
carry on the difficult task which erecting houses on the clearé
he had launched. Mr. Mottley off flooded area arose, Mr. Adar
made an appeal for help for the aid that Government had saic
Centre as it was something volun- the time of the flood that i
tary. in the tenants’ intere f

Mr. Green then entertained the should move. It I er
audience with some very interest- that they would send the
ing motion pictures. necessary legislation if

At the conclusion Mr. Tudor that the people ere
paid tribute to the work done by to the area.

Mr. Beckles and agreed with what Danger Areas
Mr. Mottley said. If the people were opt
ing that ttitude Gove) (
would have to persist in passing
=~ the legislation to declare cert:
5/- Per Week areas as dangerous o1 ich
ple would not be allowec
o_o houses
Insufficient They were asking the
. Works Department to decide

Old age pensioners crowded the fa) up from the two
Pension Office at Bay Street yes- canal was dangerous in
terday morning to receiye the 5s. canal was dangerous it
which they are given every week an abnormal rainfall.

The majority of the pensioners Mr. Mottley thought th
looked between the ages of 80 and was not the best way of
90 years. it] na “4 {

A few of the faces were familiar — ee ae “ole hn} ae
as beggars around the City and it came under the Public Healt
one or two of the others do odd Agt: Ate felt there wes pr

I ’ } C e fe 1ere was {
jobs. Many told the Advocate yes- in that Act which could prol
terday that they find it extremely ars le from is oving on the 1
difficult to exist on 5s. per week. | ee eat ge Phe thas hon,

Pensions are paid out on Mon- ‘ > : eres ie os Hs i
day, Tuesday, Wednesday and a sitngigha en i A PRgiemtah

: " -aljy Nnouses. Speaking on the questic
Saturday, but Saturday generally ‘tenants wile Heldcthat they wor
has the largest crowd. All those ® ae Se en need ai
over 68 benefit. The two days— Unable to BAY She EM en ‘a
q ‘4 a for the houses at the Pine, Mr
Thursday and Friday ATC Ss ae ate Pint it: wane. antirals
pointed for cleaning up the Pen- “Gams said that it v ~ vie
3j ice matter for Government Their
Hom, Ueties, idea had been to build houses that
would be rented for $1.50
other were paying the money,
C ‘ I Ar 7 . the others should also do so. They
Oa rives would, however, ive to hurry uy
and build house which coulc

TWO HUNDRED and ten tons be rented at a cheaper rate
of coal in bulk arrived at Barba- Mr. Cox thougt that those
dos on Friday by schooners who had written the letter did
“Gloria Henrietta” and “Henry D, not intend to pay at ail

Wallace”, both of which sailed



Should Pay

from Trinidad. Mr. Mottley said that the mer
Other cargo of these vessels was were all working and should b«

comprised of 280 pieces of cedar made to pay

boards, cases of shirts, electrical Miss Arne observed that the

appliances and paints. The vessels tenants had been given five

are consigned to the Schooner months free rental in the light of

Owners’ Association their disaster The Board had

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ooh - _ has considered proposals by the H P BALL VALVES S
ivil Service Royal Mint and the denomina- fF. |
A / - tions, weight and metal content i
‘ 2 of the. coimage have been ih- CASEMENT STAYS ote | k 8 ins 5
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1l : 9 : ALUMINUM CURTAIN RAILS .
Tomorrow — /2 In Careenage
Seen COMPLETE WITH FITTINGS.
Fourth Cx erence of the After Fishing PERFORATE
ect hor f Civil Service —_— “T PARTICULARLY like the D ZINC SHEETS
; mi. Sales Oe “rea careenage to moor my fishing boat AND
ot "Cham! er : 10" 8 the “Resolute”, Milton Grosvenor "
Ses ; a told the Advocate yesterday. “ "
ial oe vil i Phi 7 at gore He pointed out that the Reef is MAGNA CAST IRON BATHS
Bxce the Cnn F nly convenient for small fishing ‘ is ‘
sentry i oats and not so for the larger Porcelain Enamelled and complete
Molenia ed n Hauling up on the Reef is with C.P. Hand C. Taps, Overflow and 4
nduz ) ica. Grer not — very foe fou large Waste Fittings
Jamaic S t 3 ice t ut it is silly to so do wher - . ‘
Vineet | can come into the careenage $104.38 EACH. ‘
It is expected that ¢ roceedi ana use the crane there oceans
he There no charge for usins 9 Hardware Dept.
\ t ‘ ¢ is crane and one can caulk and HARRISON S 7 , f
aint easily knowing that wher Tel. 2364,
ri t finished there will be nc
i 948 while the boat is lowered
J . e se it e wate 7
; eh Treasure In the afternoon about 12 boats
! “ > Disc ASSLOL re moored in the careenage after
om nas : shermen come in. A few g¢
Sahn hts di jaa) ete : stead to the Reef but the
. mA hemes : ajority of them are of the
5 , aller type | }
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one Rip eanaes ° ’ = te
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a vn really tasty— /
| is ees a W Tt . . -.
a ne he oman [reasurer
ae ty CUT ber MISS GWEN EDWARDS has
i os ;, been appointed to act as Federal
AG H a bai rreas hile Mr. E ; A,
vi j Wile Chompson ittending the Cur-
British Guiana Lr. C, G, Small ency Preparatory Conference in
Mr. C. W ) , Mr, A. A, Barbados, Miss Edwards was edu-
Bannister ated at the Antigua Girls’ High
British Honduras: ir. O. RK. School and has been in the Civil
Service for 30 years, over 20 years
Mr. Winston. of which has been spent in the
Grenada: Miss Louise Rowley, Treasury Department. This is the
Mr. F. M. Coard Irst occasion a woman has acted
Jamaica: Dr. L. BE, Arnold, Mr Federal Treasurer,
C. H. Dickson, Mr. O. D, Sangui —
netti CYCLIST INJURED ‘
St. Kitts: Mr. O. W. Flax. KENNETH GRIFFITH of Enter- _— aianet oa
St. Lucia: Mr. A. F. G. L. Loui prise, Christ Church yesterday re- cast ExTeacr f
Mr. 'T. F, Hinkson ceived ries to his right VS
St. Vince nt: Vir n Chap ilder ; forehead when he
nan, M.B.E : fell off his bicycle while riding
Trinidad: Di \. G. Fr _M g Colleton Road, St. John. He
x L a ead, M1 W. E. was trying to avoid an accident
Worrel h a pedestrian The front
iinietbitainainiseonihaibiidnn yre and pedal were damaged
Beer, Stout Arrive 25 YEAKS AGO—Barbados
. Advocate 1925
Several cases of e On Sunday morning, Mr. J
ays a here ne ims! Long and his wife of Demerara|
Vregeon Stat Friday eve- had a narrow escape of drowning
ns "his ship came from Liver vhile bathing in the sea off Worth ‘ .
Ron 7 consigned to Messi 3 coast. They went for a swim| The Vitamin B Yeast Food
robert om Othe ‘bout 9 o'clock and shortly crie . i
charged i i paints, of “help” were heard. When they | otede in Ragland
Able Sal therme I cigal vere reached, Mrs. Long was al-
ettes, bird seeds, household « I eady under the water. They were
paella O1s. ( ‘tma- however rescued by Mr. Harold a
e, Ci cult na, Proverbs and Cameron Dash. —
chocolate wer: l landed. (1) Oo ——
humber 0 ¢ i large |
uantity of linseed rrived
me oO ihe ec) t « S
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Sao Powew ne}

Sunday, April 16, 1950

The Importance
. Of Seawell

scr The Barbados Government has acted
Mi with commendable speed in obtaining a
: new Manager for Seawell Airport.

The new runway is being constructed and
; it is hoped will be ready for use in August.

A very modern system of Air Traffic Con-
i trols is being established at Seawell.
Renovations and remodellings of the cus-

toms and waiting sheds have been carried
out.
ti But Seawell is still a daylight airport.
‘ Charter planes can notify the airport of
. their desire to arrive, and if permission is

granted, night landing can take place.
Weather reports can be taken at Seawell
for twenty four hours every day, and air

| traffic control can also operate at any hour
, of the day or night, when the new installa-
i tion has been completed. In fact the system

does not so work.
The frequency of night flights into Bar-
Vy bados, it is argued, does not warrant the
heavy expenditure which would be incurr-
ed by having twenty-four-hour staffs in-
stead of the present dawn to dusk hours

' of duty.
: Twenty-four-hour shifts are desirable,
but will the Government authorise the
expenditure?
{ The question and answer are both of con-

siderable importance to the island.

The importance of Seawell to Barbados

| cannot be overstressed.

Thanks to the
Trans-Canada Airlines, t
Barbados, generously assisted by the Bi

ish taxpayer through a Colonial Develop

' ment and Welfare |
way at Seawell which will allow larg
craft to land with safety.

and ol

he Government ol

initiative arive

{

rant is building a run

alr-

As soon as it is completed, Trans-Canada
) intend to inaugurate a two-way traffic with
Fi Canada, Their planes which bring Cana
i dians to Barbados every Saturday mornin
will return here to pick up passengers fol
Canada and fly them back direct instead of
taking them on to Trinidad as they now do.
Other airways have applied for permuis-
sion to enter Barbados and the importance
of Seawell as a stop on the route to South
America is appreciated by bis
panies.
| What is Barbados
potential developments?
i The life of an airport manager is not un-
like that of a soldier confined to barracks
Memory is still green of the incident
{ which occurred when an American planc
i arrived out of the blue one night and was
only allowed to land at Seawell because the
| airport Manager happened to be home at
the time and was not afraid to break the
locks of the British West Indian Airways
and use their flares to light down the plane.
Early last Good Friday morning another
plane arriving from Aruba was landed
with a certain amount of difficulty. Again
the flares of the British West Indian Air-
ways had to be used.
Seawell ought to be a twe nty-four-hour
airport,
The Government of Barbados have got to
think fast how to make this become reality.
But, in the waiting immediate
action is necessary to ensure that skeleton
’ personnel are on twenty-four-hour duty at
: the airport. It is unfair to the Airport
Manager and to the public to expect the
Airport Manager to be on perpetual call.
That way efficiency cannot lie. Even the

airline com

doing about these

stage,

; present system by which the Airport Man-
ager is expected to work more than a

: twelve-hour day is fraught with danger.
Seawell is too important to. be treated as
; just another Government department. It
is the best medium of advertising what the
island possesses. There should be no loop

inf t holes left for criticism of its organisation

huey

Our Readers Say :

Published by Tho Advocate Co. Ltd., 34, Broad St., Bridgetows
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Sixpence

NOTHING, say the pessimists, can ever
be done in Barbados. But they seldom
qualify the dictum. What they mean is
that nothifig can be done in Barbados or
elsewhere without a great deal of effort
and perseverance.

The rewards of effort and perseverance
have been seen in Barbados on many occa-
sions in recent months but nowhere has
suecess been more spectacular than in the
theatre.

High Tyme and the Madame Bromova
display of dancing are still fresh in public
memory. Next month the Bridgetown
Players are giving a performance at the
Empire Theatre of Rebecca, and this month
Codrington College are to perform Ber-
nard Shaw's Saint Joan.

But the most cheering news for theatre
lovers is the announcement that a Barba-
dos Dramatic Club has been formed and
are already rehearsing for the Mic4!le
Watch which is to be staged at the Empire
in June.

The Bridgetown Players have a long
record of successes and the standard of
High Tyme and the Madame Bromova dis-
play was publicly applau:\ed. When it is
realised that the members of the Dramatic
Club include many who have already won
their acting spurs in the company of the
Bridgetown Players, it will be realised
that Barbados most fortunate in the
decision that a Dramatic Club should be
formed,

1S

3ut private initiative of the kind which
has been giving Barbados theatre enter-
tainment of high quality cannot be left to
alone, dependent on the support
only of those who show their approval by
ding

struggle

to the theatre.

crow

Council, it is understood,
enerously contributed fifty pounds
new Club, but how far will
' ds go? What Barbados needs
to-day are public spirited citizens who have
by yhard work and application achieved
financial success and who are interested
in the theatre. Merchant princes of other
periods in history contributed handsomely
patronage of the arts. They sup-
ported poets and painters and have been
remembered by posterity for their contri-
butions to the growth of culture. Barbados

British

ywaras tne

does not boast of merchant princes but
there are certain well-to-do individuals
who have contributed largely to many

other activities in the island such as sports.
So far it is due to the encouragement from
outside agencies such as the British Coun-
cil and the Carnegie Corporation that the
private initiative of individual Barbadians
has achieved support in fields of education.
The name of Codrington deserves especial
mention in this connection.

To-day, outside assistance and help is
still forthcoming to the West Indies in the
form of Development and Welfare Grants
but is there enough support from wealthy
Barbadians or the people themselves for
cultural activities?

The United Kingdom cannot supply
funds for building a theatre in Barbados
but every Barbadian can contribute at least
sixpence to a theatre fund and rich visit-
ors to the island will no doubt pay hand-
somely to assist the development of a
theatre which will benefit themselves as

well as local residents

Money, it is said, cannot buy happiness
but money can build a theatre, and it is
time that Barbados had a theatre to give
an outlet for the undoubted talent which
exists in the community.

fhe theatre would, of course, be avail-
able for use by all cultural societies and
could be hired for use by conferences. It
could even be made to pay. Never has a
in Barbados lacked assistance more
this. It deserves your support.

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UP TO very recent times
| Chukchi (a tribe in the far north
of Siberia) observed the primor-
| dial custom of killing off their old
and sick people at the request of
the doomed themselves. It would
be a matter of reverence and duty
for a son to strangle his father or
mother.”-—From “The Road to
Oblivion”, by Vladimir Zenzenov.

the

Hush, Littie Father, do not cry
Ivan will throttle you by and
by.

When mother complained of a

nasty cough,
Ivan Ivanovitch bumped he
off.
When grandmother moaned



with an ache in her head,
Old Uncle Peterkin shot her
dead.
When grandfather roared with
the pain of the gout,
| Nicholas Nicolai laid him out,
So hush, Little Father, do not
ery.
Ivan will throttle you by and
by.

The Four Golden
Rules

| A sock on the jaw
morning.

A sock on the jaw at night,

And as you come in give
her two on the chin,

Whether she's wrong

| right.

Adventures Of
Harriet The Hiker

THIS is to introduce you to
|Harriet the Hiker, passionate
lover of poetry and nature, and
typical open air English girl
While Harriet was lumbering
laughingly down a Surrey lane,
listening enraptured to the silly
croaking of that rare visitor to
English shores, the Greater Nit
Wit, she turned with a squeak of
delight through a little wicket
gate and found herself in a spa-
cious garden full of early flowers,

in the

or

Taking a deep breath and
standing with her feet wide apt
according to the instructions of a
correspondence course on health
and hygiene, she began to recite



“The kiss of the sun for pardon
The song of the birds for

| mirth ?

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called it off. Bu
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wounds,

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To The Editor, The Advocate, of it is improved communications their economic situation and to people would command the at- have adv:
SIR, —Thanks to Mr, Jackman but that we can handle by getting raise the standard of. living of tention of a senior cabine -min- certa
‘ for his letter in response to your together as in the sugar busine their peoples, the British Gov- ister. It is a post that call : to pu
i remark that people locally did not G ernment are surely, but not slow- supreme statesmanship and Pa : ri
appear to have read the Report of Surely and Quickly ly, strangling the trade in one liamentary advocacy. so a
' the S.C.A.C., and to the latter cor- ie Ration sees a SAS f their main exports. : By all means let rere be fc :
| ' yespondent who carried the sub- Metcalfe. Chairman of the rum , DRINKER arate ministers repres tit =“
ject a step further, Imports Association in the United Highest Level ee a ey te ons
1 think people—a fair number Kingdom to the Daily Telegraph — 5!R,—The following letter from But just a8 in the case of ¢ oa
at any rate—are interested, and j. topical for Barbados Mr. R. L. Kirkwood to the Man- there is a coordinating min ,
fearful, but as to receding the Re- a. sanent Tendon Sugar cnester Guardian is significant of whose task is to represent a .
port and foropung a reasoned talk Mick aikiien = something highest cabinet level the inter- °
opinion by means of it—that is a ~* ain. Seeuenee, SN “I note Jeasure that ©3t8, of the services as a whole, out!
serioys job. It is, and rightly no upon the extent to which the te Fildes p 2asure . hat so let there be a co-ordil th
doubt, a very big and comprehen- economy of most pf our british »° 1 aa a ben up in your inf uen- minister for the colonial empire indsom<¢
sive document. West Indian colonies depends “al columns the vexed question 114 let the prestige and author- S°cumula
Here’ are two points from my Upon sugar of the method of exercising Unit- (°° 6 yi. S aiton aie ‘waned
meditations whatever they may be The memorandum recently @4 Kingdom = suzerainty over nl ts that’, f the Pr lim Minige W
worth, F E submitted to the Treasury by the the non-self-governing colonies = © a. ees nn
1, It is pretty certain that Fed- British Empire Pri ry’ Oy. At present this heavy responsi- ter, é. / as t
eration would be a very expensive ganization pointed out the j. bility falls to the lot of a single Unless the British people and peen dor WW
affair, £183,000 is the estimate ling value of West Indian Minister. Moreover, the office of their representative _politicis depresse
offered, and in Barbados, at least, most important by-pr Secretary of State for the Col- take a more serious view 0! nxit
crowds of people have pretty well Heavily reduced sale of rum in OMies is usually awarded to a colonies and their multifaric ‘ood i
reached the limit and cannot af- 1950 to Britain, the largest ex- Comparatively junior aspirant for problems, it will hardly be re
ford another shilling of taxation port market ‘ ; serious Political honours. prising if anti-British sentiments),
And pretty certainly before long loss of revenue these colonies, The United Kingdom is trus- 89? rapid grounc warougnon AX '
= sn would, he Sar Gh Ghis ‘addin their economic tee for the colonial peoples. They Colonial Smpise 2EADER “s -
Oy ana! is there in the scheme nie mo they have no votes _ They on wae ¥ ° 7 ” si F . »
that we cannot achieve pre oe cise no direct influence in the Cost of Living Lleectricity
ent? The colonies got together — : jut) rum Parliament of Great Britain and SIR,—May I be nitted ‘ W
quickly to forn teau a. : N Ireland. They have no in “Our Readers § t
cy in respect of th . A y in the choice of the men who has been the outc
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William Bumperley. “What |

io the Socialists know about |
ey? They’ve never had any.”
Quite right, Sir William,”
ul -d Mr. Yumpington. “And

you've never had you never
miss, as the saying goes.
ou, George.”

Sir William leaned back in his
chair, delighted at his
sazed blandly at the ceiling. As
he stared, his purple face paled.
He passed his hands across his |
eyes and stared again. Then he |
looked wildly at Mr. Yumpington.

“Nothing wrong, I hope, Sir

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in gentle, sycophantic tones. He \\
hoped to call Sir William “Bill” |)
before the end of the voyage. {

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“Nothing much, Yumpington, |
nothing much,” replied Sir Wil- |

liam with a short, hysterical ;
laugh. “Only a only a}
Chinaman. A Chinaman in the
eiling to be exact.” |
“A Chinaman in the ceiling,”
red Mr. Yumpington. “That's
ood one. Are there any China- |
en in the ceiling, George?” |
No, sir,’ said George, sooth- |
“There are no Chinamen |
1c ceiling, sir.”



you, George, thank |
yu id Sir William, rising and
\ drink untouched, |

Yum pington.”

Good night

Confidence Corner

Mw father had a mental break- |
lown a few years ago, and my
ther has never been right in|
the head. Two of my aunts are
I you might call irresponsible,
d I have three uncles in the
Do you think the boy

s to marry me ought to |
dear editress?”
—Anxious Aggie.



not your deer editress, |
A ook it I think if he marries | ~~
| know soon enough.
—(L.E.S.)

Achieve Now

vheeling on a stationary bicycle | }

the little dynamo, At one

arive
tage
down but the audience were still
nated. As Father Andre ex-

i, the wonder to them was

the pictures moved.”

Canon Jules Detry, a monk of
the Order of St. Bernard,
talking in a BBC pro-
gramme of his adventures
in Tibet when he went
there on a good-will mis-
sion to the Llamas,

A Sense of People
iy first
nding and guiding the reaction
i to gain an inti-
> of the daily lives
ake it up, Y their
.eelings, habits

id misery. Without this

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P i live by their sense
f people and if this instinct fails

they must perish,”

Lady Violet Bonham Carter

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of the Liberal Party for
many years, talking in
the BBC programme “!
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ma na fides, will be ignored

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and readers
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Fire At
Paradise Rd.
Bush Hall

HORTLY AFTER 11.15 o’clock
yesterday morning the Fire
sgade was summoned to a fire at
Brig Road, Bush Hall. On
es at the scene they discov-
: i that it was only a trash fire
nd neighbours already had it
ander control

E LOSS of a watch and a
quantity of money, to ~~

22, was reported by

valat ot Welch of Chapel Street,
ity. He stated that both watch
OY noney were removed from
warrison College on Thursday.

pelong to himself and Mar-
me sandiford of Black Rock .

FOUNTAIN PEN the value
A of $9.45 was reported lost by
Julian Hutson otf Marhill Street.
He stated that it was removed
from the Marhill Dairies.

HE LOSS of $60 was reported
by James Adams of the Bar-
pados Dairies, Hroad Street. He
stated that the money was re-
moved from a desk at the Dairies.

ELWIN LESLIE, a native of
S Dominica, who escaped from
the Government Industrial School
on Easter Monday, was recaptured
on Baxters Road on Weanesaay
by Simeon Linton of Richmond
Gap. He was handed over to
the Police.

DAVIS of College
St. John was
severely injured recently while
riding a scooter along Church
View Hill, St. John. He was
taken to Dr. E. B. Carter bleed-
ing from the nose.

It is understood that the scooter,
while travelling at a fast rate,
struck a stone thus throwing
Davis on his head

DOLPHUS GRIFFITH otf
Dayrells Road was fined 10/-
to be paid in one month or one

OBBY
Savannah,

month’s imprisonment by His
Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod on
Friday.

He was found guilty of having
in his possession three heads of
cabbage and a quantity of escha-
lots, the same reasonably suspect-

ed of being stolen or unlawfully
obtained.

The offence was committed on
March 5.

URING THE WEEK a cane
D fire of unknown origin broke
out at Edghill Plantation, St.
Thomas, and destroyed 400 holes
of second crop young canes, They

are the property of Messrs. Gen-

eral Traders Ltd., and were in-
sured,

AMUEL CLARKE of St.

David's, Christ Church, re-

ported the loss of $7.61 from a
table at Barclay’s Bank on Friday.
Tt was his property.



WNJIVIAN STUART of Passage

Road reported the loss of a
jpair of shoes valued $4.09 from
jher residence,

N ACCIDENT occurred on

Mapp Road, St. Philip at
about 2.20 p.m. on Friday between
the motor lorry P-80, owned by
Ruby Plantation and driven by
Charles Ward of Ruby, and dray
cart, drawn by a mule and donkey,
and driven by Leslie Mason of
Three Houses, St. Philip The
donkey was injured.

*
REPORT reached the Police
on Friday from St.Clair
Payne of Culloden Road, who
stated that Mabel Pollard of Green
Field, St. Michael, had taken ill
and died at her home on the same

ANOTHER FLYING SAUCER
was seen in a southeasterly
direction last night about six

clock by a young man in St.
Lawrence.



The State Of
The Alleys

’ The majority of alleys, branch-
; out from Broad Street, were
Very clean yesterday morning but
im the other hand nothing has been
5 me to improve the looks of a

|_A few window and door shutters

partly block the entrance to

os Lane from Broad

» Further down the alley

Peper and bits of card could be
®en knocking around.

ree-quarters of the roadway

’s Alley is still blocked by

— senate. Pedestrians, who

es alley for shopping find it

Pâ„¢Possible to walk two abreast.

4 lower Bolton Lane, Shepherd

meet and Dromedary Lane bits
: Paper could be seen knocking
ound in the roadway, Drome-
Lane has a garbage can in
centre but it appears that very

€ use is made of tis,
er alleys were all clean and
Wed signs of a recent washing.

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Handicraft
IN ANTIGUA

ALTHOUGH visitor:

to Antigua
peak highly of the standard i
work aone by members of th

handicraft classes, yet there was

much more that could be done if
funds were available, A Ww.
Williams, Specialist Handicratt

Teacher of the Education Defart-
ment attached to the St. John’s
Boys’ School of that colony told
the “Advocate” yesterday. —

Mr. Williams arrived here earlier
in the week by B.W.LA., on ms
way to Puerto Rico where he hes
been granted a two-year scholar-
ship at the School of Industrial
Arts at the University of Puerto
Rico.

He is staying at the Cosmopoli-
tan Guest House and expects to
leave on Sunday.

He said that his work as
handicraft teacher was strictly
that of teaching and demonstrating
the basic principles of wood work
and metal work by means wi
regular workshop practice within
the limits of school activities which
provided a suitable form of train-
ing to enable pupils to become
useful generally.

Their centre he said,
from other adjacent schools in
groups of twelve and they were
engaged in the making of chairs,
clothes irons from old bits of
metal, shoe-makers’ lathes and had

was fed

also gone as far as making a
thermos flask. Book-binding was
also done to a_ great extent,

especially the repair of school and
library books. They were very
often engaged in the repairs of
school and domestic equipment.

Before being appointed handi-
craft teacher in 1945, Mr. William:
was headteacher of Freetown
Mixed Government Schoo) fron
1925 to 1929, and for the last two
terms, was class tutor in Spanish
for the Extra Mural Department of
the University College of the West
Indies.

While in Puerto Rico, he sai
that he would be taking an interest
in ceramics and would prepare the
grounds for promoting the indus-
try when he returned home.

He said that a scholarship had
been offered separately under the
auspices of the British Council for
someone to go to the United King-

dom for the purpose of studying
that particular art
Mr. Williams is also Assistan

Secretary of the General Improve-

ment Organisation which he said
was a channel of many social wei-
fare activities in the colony

The organisation was tarted
about ten years ago by Mr. Percy
Gordon, then head teacher of
Seaton’s Government School, but

now an Inspector of Schoo!:

It consists of units in the coun-
try, but federated with the
central body formed by representa-
tives of each group. There is an

executive body comprising Mr
Percy Gordon and Rev Hugh
King as co-Chairmen, Mr. A. E. L

Williams, Rev. Leonard Creighton,
Mr. S. C, Carmichael and himselt

They had had exhibitions of
handicraft work including hats,
shoes, and any amount of ladies

fancy work from the various unit
all over the island, and recently,
two of the units had sent in speci-
mens of cheddar cheese from
milk, the recipe of which was given
by Earl Baldwin who made his
own cheese at Government House

Likes Steel
Bands

STEEL BANDS are going to
make a contribution to West Indian
culture Mr. S. C. Carmichael,
Superintendent of the Government
Printery in Antigua told the
“Advocate” yesterday.

Mr. Carmichael, a Barbadian,
is also lecturer in choral music
working through the General im-

goats’



provement Organisation for the
Extra Mural Department of thx
University College of the West

Indies.

He was holidaying here for the
past eight weeks and is expected
to return shortly,

Speakingsof steel bands, he said
that he did not like them at first
as they kept too much noise, but
Mrs. Bertha Huggins, A.R.DS,
Mr. Vere Griffith and he had later
got interested in them and they
were now playing real music.

The bands had all the elements
of music, namely, melody, har-
mony, rhythm and timbre and
played such tunes as “Now is the

Hour”, “The Bells of St Mary’s”
the German chorale “Ein Feste
Berg”, “In the Mood” and many

others. ;
Asked about the choral work ot
the G.IL.O., units Mr, Carmichaci
said that it was of a very hign
order as was demonstrated when
the first Musical Festival was heid
in Antigua in 1949 during the
time Sir Hubert Rance was Acting
Governor of the colony. He also
said that the Willkies G.1.O., group
reached a high standard in choral
work and added that a feature of
the musical activities of the G.I.O.,
was unaccompanied part singing.

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St. Paul’s choir accompan ed

Mi Hackett, opened the pro
gramme by singing a selection of
classical music. Mr. Walter Burke
V greatly applauded

Low

audience when he sang “Sin

and “When the golden sun is sink
ing.”

Nurse Clarke read a report
the work carried on by the Centr
and thanked the Hon. §S HH
Perowne, Messrs E. D Vlottle
and H A. Tudor and sever
friends from the U.S.A. for thei:
financial aid.

Mr. John Beckles, rounder
the Centre introduced Mrs. Hilton

Green of Boston, Massachusetts
who presented the certificates
the following nurses: Miss Lorna
3rowne, Miss Norma Steele and
Miss Lucille Squires. The examin-
ation was held by Dr. Scott of
Bay Street.

Mr. Mottley praised Mr
Beckles and wondered who would
carry on the difficult task which
he had launched. Mr. Mottley
made an appeal for help for th

to

Centre as it was something volun-
tary.
Mr. Green then entertained the

audience with some
ing motion pictures.

At the conclusion Mr. Tudo
paid tribute to the work done by
Mr. Beckles and agreed with what
Mr. Mottley said.

very interest-



5/- Per Week
Insufficient

Old age pensioners crowded the
Pension Office at Bay Street
terday morning to receive the 5s
which they are given every week
The majority of the pensione
looked between the ages of 80 and
90 years.

A few of the faces were familiar
as beggars around the City and
one or two of the others do odd
jobs. Many told the Advocate yes-
terday that they find it extremely
difficult to exist on per week,

Pensions are paid out on Mon-
day, Tuesday, Wednesday and
Saturday, but Saturday generally
has the largest crowd. All those
over 68 benefit. The two days
Thursday and Friday are ap-
pointed for cleaning up the Pen-
sion Office.

Coal Arrives

TWO HUNDRED and ten tons
of coal in bulk arrived at Barba-

yes-

5s.

dos on Friday by _ schooners
“Gloria Henrietta” and “Henry D
Wallace”, both of which sailed

from Trinidad.

Other cargo of these vessels wa
comprised of 280 pieces of ceda
boards, cases of shirts, electrical
rhe

schooner

essels

appliances and paints
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om en ‘
¢ 1 th \
ng a pe r
Discussin t
pointed out th I (
ants had to pay
Mr. Cox, Mr I |
Lashle secretal t B
were ppr te ( te
Visit e |
I LO
f VI
hoy e | rd
§ el from Mr
] ( A twe } 1 ‘
ml 101 uk (
E te
The Board began considera-

tion of the recommendations of
the Secretary in connection with

Capital
1950—51.
poned until next Saturday

Works









Estimates
Discussion was post—





for

The Board will have a Cle
ical Assistant When
idering u ppl iil tne
it was decided that ey
advertise

The Chairman and memb«
the Board formally expressed
condolence with the relatives ¢ t
late Sir John Hutson, Kt u
late E. E. H. Thorne, O I

When the question peo}
erecting house on ne clear
off flooded area arose, Mr. Adar
aid that Government }

e of the flood
in the tenants’ intere
should move. It i (
that they ou el I
neces islatic f

at people we
to the area,

Danger Areas

If the people were |
ing that ttitude Gove f
would have to persist in p I
the legislation to declare ce
areas as « Y }
ple would 1 llowe
houses

They were askin he
Works Departme: » decic
far up from the
canal was dangerou
canal was dangerou
an abnormal rainfall

Vir Mottley thou
was the best way of
with the matter He said tl
soon as the land had been cleare
it came under the Public Healt
Act He felt there was pri
in that Act which could prohit
people from movit on the

Mr. Adams said that they had
no local authority for re:
houses. Speaking on the questic
of tenants who held that the re
unable to pay the required rent
for the houses at the Pine, Mr
Adams said that it was entirely
matter for Government Their
idea had been to build houses th
would be rented for $1.50 and
ther were pa ne the ie
the other hould also do so
would, however ive to hi p
and build house vhich
be rented at a cheaper rate

Mr. Cox thought that
who had written the letter

not intend to pay at all
Should Pay

Mr. Mottley said that the

were all working and should

made to pay

Miss Arne observed that
tenants had been given
months free rental in the li
their disaster The Board



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THE Preparatory Committee of

e Unihec Currency Scheme for
the Eastern Group of the British
Caribbean territories completea
its meetings at Hastings House,

barbados, on the 14th April.

The Committee has agreed on
the final drafts of the legislation
for each of the participating terri-
tories. The draft Bills will now
be presented to each of the Gov-
ernments concerned and it is ex-
pected that their introduction into
the respective legislatures will
shortly be authorised. The Com-
mittee hopes that it will be
possible for the necessary enabling
legislation to be enacted by all
the Legislatures

as soon as
possible.

The Committee has also selected
the tender and design for the
unified currency note submitted
by one of the three firms of
security printers in the United
Kingdom. The Crown Agents for

the Colonies will be requested to

in Lower Broad street~ make arrangements for supplies
he old landmark has stood for of the new notes to be available
the city. for circulation early in 1951,

As regards coins, the Committee
has considered proposals by the
Royal Mint and the denomina-
tions, weight and metal content
f the. coinage have been ih-
cluded in the draft legislation

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Fy Conference of
. oN Service Asso- [ PARTICULARLY like the
c e Carib srea careenage to moor my fishing boat
owen ' ty el the “Resolute”, Milton Grosvenor
“ee ber told the Advocate yesterday
heat): ohn? Scalia, or eee He pointed out that the Reef is
Hate \ietii the Gnvery , ry convenient for small fishing
7 vat nd not so for the larger
| G ' Brit ne Hauling up on the Reef is
Don Grer only very dificult for large
Kitts. St. Luci st, boats, but it is silly to so do wher
i B c an come into the careenage
ected that the roceedir and use the crane there
f the There ji no charge for using
! he the age i this crane and one can caulk and
aint easily knowing that wher
he >t nished there will be n«
4 ige hile the boat owerec
I ‘ e sec to the water
. el : Pre re he afternoon about » boats
“> ’ aes _ re oored in the careenage after
kk ( i come in \ few &
: the Reef but the
— them are of the
Antigua cL. d : “
a a A ‘ .
mem: A oe » Antigua Gets First |
I Mr Ass § Viat yn
vy Care, we. Woman ‘Treasurer
- —_ MISS GWEN EDWARDS has
: een appointed to act as Federal
AG : i HA d bias rreasure vhile Mr EK A
Ny ) Wile hon ( ttendin the Cur-
British Guiana ir. C.G.Smanl, ency Preparatory Conference in
W va tae ir, A. A. Barbados, Miss Edwards was edu-
Bannister ated the Antigua Girls’ High
British Honduras: a chool and has been in the Civii|
Longswortl Service for 30 years, over 20 years
Dominica: Mr. Winston ot which has been spent in the
Grenada: Miss Louise Rowle, rreasury Department. This is the
Mr, F. M. Coard irst occasion a woman has acted
Jamaica: Dr. L. E. Arnold, Mr Federal Treasurer
C. H. Dickson, Mr. QO, D. Sangu ae a
netti CYCLIST INJURED
St. Kitts: Mr. O. W. Flax KENNETH GRIFFITH of Enter-
St. Lucia: Mr. A. F. G. L. Loui rise, Christ Church yesterday re-
Mr. T. F. Hir ( eived injuries to hi right
St. Vincent: Mi ilder nd forehead when he}
an, M.B.E | off his bicycle while riding
Trinidad: Dr. A. G. FY Colleton Road, St. John. He
mas W. I trying to avoid an accident
th i pedestriar The front
sini Nd pedal were damaged

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conquest of disease focussé¢d on cortisone I tnink ri c ad old s before ¢
eases may be classified into 12 ° . . first isolated in 1936 in Mavo teginning this ¢ uildes omet ag
nain divisions—those such as By Sir fan Heilbron .8.0.. # -8.S.. Clinic in U.S todas natura For this. : ses at twice this
eurmonia, tuberculosis, etc., due sources, but its remarkable ; Government's I: t I ¢, and wit!
robes, and those due to And Dr. A. H. Cook perties were discovered only ; The Economic t much Re lief
eabelic or functional changes little more than a year ago, when all thet it has to tell us could to-day Alka-Seltzer brings pleasant relie
bé body, such as curvy and doctors were seeking uw more immed up in that little story Th eason for iin When acid indigestion “gets you
tiabetes, due often to diet or bods effective treatment of Addisor Indeed this survey mis fo reduce capital exper Alka-Seltzer is First-Aid -
— Disease By chance one or iwi ve been entitled “If.” Why Because the Gove : ee 1 ne or two
i908 the German ° scientist of the patients so treated also had say effect ve shi I t ea your cake and le ae geet sce we ra cs
uggested that chemicals rheumatoid arthritis which unex- much worse this con ! t too tablets of Alka-Seltzer in a glass of
’ duced into the body might be pectediy was dramatically cured. than we are n And isn't t j water. Watch it fizz into a sparkling,
2 10 kill the pathogenic organ- + comfortina? HOW many peopie are 3 hing solution! Drink it —get
sm without s i ere indications that cort oy > f yuses? J jevan . 7
nosne nay Se C Pe ne Re tet Taare oe But Lord, hat a numbe ng for houses? Mr. Bev t iuick relief you want PLUS the
the host sone is useful in other rheumati fs” there are t the total numbeé or aie atiowative
This led to the arsenical treat- conditions, but the range of it : a : waiting lists is ‘not ui] alkalizer you need. Not a laxative.
nent of syphilis which is caused effectiveness has still to be re- IF American help continue IF But one political ‘ .
by one of the relatively large viewed. rer we can increase personal savings quarter that the numbe ia
microbes. A further 30 years were Another limitation holds the py another 200 millions a year. IF now bigger than it was four
to pass, however, before infections more immediate interest. Only wwe can maintain the wage-freeze. ago, or, in other words, that
to the smaller organisms, minute quantities of cortisone are [fF we can substantially imcrea building programme is not
eash => among them, | were available as, at the moment, the our penetration of the dollar mar- ing pace with curre eed
hae within the range of such known sources for its preparation, jet, IF the cost of imports stuys stil less ¢ vertaking arrear:
tr Sar te ox-bile is the best, exist 34 only 13 points higher than Mr. Ernest Bevi 194 ed
only m meagre uamives 1 4 ‘ ser” oo hat a Socialist Gove
; y T sat r ats’ ae fore devaluation and doesnt ge tha 3 Sociz
t onstant Ww ar _ ener a agp ls aes higher IF we can prevent an uld treat housing é
= more ‘vailable sources, possi rise in the price of our exports ilitary operation I
@ IN 1935 came a revolution o be found in the vegetable king then such and such results will have remembered tha lit
th the disco ot the “sulfa” dor eading to international , Rois aperatioy snatintiend
€ py tio f ) ‘ ‘ 0 ’ , ¥
l aed ts ita wiitives B * 8 i ‘ On the other hand, if the ifs treats
‘ ym -tely . i ne {To on penicill ; : mel
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. ‘ ‘ Senn es > < > rOS~ t -ontem plat
ee a “ Now I imagine that the pros omfort in contem}
5 : ga a —— Pig G sseal ect of all these f com vast building operation pir
example, 10ugh 1e were ith tated ; — Q ld wel t > yy th k
often associated with unpleasant @ CORTISONE i imulatis 1 is as near nil as could we it e in reper au for :
de reactions till other discoveries of the great rhe American help is probably of Britain south of the
Vie: est import to mankind. Thi | right But the wage-fre If they ha 7 _
_ Meantime, It had been real- ACTH (adrenororticotropic hoi Five million workers have tabled strects, at leas ¢
ised for many years that mi- me rod “ fc increases ind be improved. If
x " : +s ~ . ‘ ‘ . ii one), ,~ roduc yy t ‘ aur x1 nc é s, é , : “# -
crobes in the soil and else- Sir Alexander Fleming, discoverer of Penicillin land of the pig, has been found Trades Union, Congress can do further West. St. 1 is’ H
San = os oe to be useful in treating rheurna- not to stop ther pital is still a run
other a aaa, —_ of bacteria — those known as it tend develop a drug re- toid arthritis and many, in a . 1 see no reason to hope tha NEXT, provided
Their temporary victories ir Gram positive, sistance tion, be of value in treating gout, the guess that the cost of imports — t th t “the ; rt
nstances are due to their These are often the ame Nevertheless, it heralds a rheumatic fever, anc " yine will not rise further any more ope “ * pm "
to make chemicals which Microbes which th ilfa” drug: definite advance in the diseases right than was the guess of Sit Po &e} ae f pe" ;
i I ‘ i : c » awife, whe iS sé
seater in : - attack so efficiently, but wherea treatment of tuberculosis. Stafford Crip that devaluatior o me nous af
er the struggle more difficult It requires 400,000 he I PE the purchasing power of
possible for their neighbours the latter are apt at times to pro- Another antibiotic, chloromy- ee ; oa yould only increase the cost OQ: © ere » by four shilliz
int aor tia civcuinstation cach COO distressing effects. penicillin cetin, was isolated in 1947 fron pituitaries to produce | ss “ r yy one and a half point pone, Coe tt oe eC aaiha
reak of disease might well has practically no toxic action mould culture brought from AC ro oe all the pigs oemng for increasing savings, i as —— years, this a Be . inder-nourished and
reak of seas } \ : . j ; § re : vide ne wi tunnir
r me catastrophic Originally produced in ilk Venezuela It is a colourless crys- laugh ered wou Ld pro. ide people are drawing aving ment will 1
1e catastrop! bottles, it is nov ade bulk talline ibstance that can be only a fraction of the amour i : “ek to wee effects . , :
ee ee oe eee nO ae ae wor which might be required, so keep going from weer © Me Still, it’s being cheert tal hair foods are running
: . by growing the mould in huge, taken by mouth, and is pheno- onich mig equired, 5 srgeeecale wage advances ai stil, 1 eins I i
Amazing Powers 2 . . t] us i search _‘If_ large-scale wage a keeps ing le
’ - ? enclosed tanks on nutrient solu- menally effective against the that again a sustained searc! ven the price of exports is bounk! keeps me going, so 4 1
: * : oj »f te ine give , re b : The ain Gate 4
@ IT was against this back- OMS containing sugar, various “germs” that cause typhus, Rocky is being made i sor a tg 9 . to rise. They will rise anyway. ©” the bright side monet th Silvikrin and dandruff
agains - ; ids ea q the r- s Fs be 9 | » t ’
‘ nd that in 1940 there came Sts, and cornsteep liquor, and Mountair potted fever nd means of producin radii For a big increase in railway fares DC CnoOuE h tobact
i : Se t ame as stele ‘ete n telv ne two 1 fever none or for substitutes . oo ; ae to smoke much a sal
e discovery of the amazing 85 given rise to a completely yphoid fever : expected, and if it comé e art ; ; ee intra e , the hair regains its
ve powe of penicillin fermentation industry With the ommercial exper Still other very recent develo; ~and * ame pric
nicillin is one of those hither . ence of pe iNlin mind. it is ments suggest the alue in. the ; a
. , : ras , ar ‘ ? y ace a ( —| y¢
avsterious natural ubstanece Powerful Weapon ironcal that after millions of treatment of arthritis, sciatic THE GAM OL! up ‘becatise you ca |—not in your calm
produced by one variety of mi Pe ee lollars had been spent on equip- and similar conditions of absort vell, yad ha
€ this case a mould, which @ FROM TIME to time there ment » produce hloromycetin acid (vitamin C) 1 of otf Vext ost of the ge ~ ¢ Sit f lvikrin in severe cases
has the power to kill bacteria "have been alarms that bacteria piologically, chemists found that Materi@ls—some af them app of household go A 4 a 4 ff and thinning hair
me re SCOY > t t s4I R > ‘ . A : rer > . , 1
r then many others of these °%*‘ becoming resistant t¢ ves ich ould be made in the labora- rently quite unrelate; hemica appeared. From the hoy 9 A meena sh wrative dressing
} heen alatea wn, a phenomenon not unknown ty) itl omparative ease to cortisone or ACT! Re nap lair Tonic Lotion,
E es among the sulfa drug Fortun- Muct eg a “tees 4)) a 5 Pe en :
uN such a : ; c Miu ex d no , 1 r ‘ ’ household have :
mycetin, and 9° hes¢ ari ive es «6anotne ecent liscovered anti- rhe 4 « napae q old eee ‘
argely stile d_ penicillir biot It ; little ove ReC ee Peas, ascot ‘ i a, N.W.10, England
ed that recognised a the most powerfu Z } a4 newcomer @ IN SELECTING ay ‘Ph B senscateltiaahaas
a . F thar ast yeé sul Ve
t ace 1} therapeutic Ve@apon the WORIA Suvect : ‘a olated n the or eaivances of the px ae a om l ; Ms i
Pies has known US one must not overlo ae a : othe a re eee | ‘
7 Even so, penicillin, the scier lt h heen found effective tributions to huma ise y hecause people coul .
tists soon found, only attacke i ia ake Sia ileal ' use the coupon o which the ) F
i de inge of bacteria No more than | | ee
a I i « certain bacteria, and many fata ’ f "7 - were entitled, this announceme ‘ )
euicee y Chance prelligeate. Ny ool ma Mans rus diseases such can be made of pri ee ace ati, -caitivet i
7 : ! er p-aminosalicyl
e en- une outsice b MITIGTS . f her evé fe or I ould the arug know!
€ a other tuber¢ for ¢ pit ippeé e beneficial in other Tibione, which appe ‘ - - ‘ ee
ince as unaffecte nforr time eful in ‘ &
nder Fleming, Again, ther er ; é losis, of the antihi : : a }
stesnt Y for @xX: ple f i ibou ri j
ultivating bac- °* : . ° o efficacy of Whictl ! .
which acci- Which are stil ‘ So Nauseating mmon cold eing ; .
mntaminated by pacteria, and the read mnder t |
nouk living rgarm ( t eo O THE econd reat di )
' ed tt the colonies of Which are not destroyed wer vision of humat eases belo: None of these advances au i ‘
re the centres of ereastiillin hose caused by disfunctions of great or small, were isolated Perom appear *
‘ ee from bacteria - “i the body itself discoveries; all had their roots varn coal wfll go uy i Webb, so wild tha y }
1 h, and deduced that these v rus Diseases More than 20 years ago it wa in fundamental study. by s a ton i for the new rm¢ 7 /
; > i lieca. j ‘oe anon ry sammnt ann oat J Ty f loo ry voor 1 nencde
nust be produc- @ EXAMPLES of ‘he diseases “iscovered that pernicious ana For example, isolation of | ‘he 1 ! -
ince that was pre- to whi he rikettsia erise Mii hich is formerly an evi- vitamin B12 only | une possil |} to me trade del every hour
‘ plication of the are ty) 1 ind epub ¢ us, | f | etaboli disease, after so much re} sively easier | HOWEVER, assuming tI the A ! f
‘tel while influer ind fanti uid ire t eating liver, vitamin work } lready been | the if ( oft at may we ¢
f ( actually examine paralysis are believe t c ‘ lone; the study of corlier vitam pect I HAVE of the day .
le salutio of this lethal amples of virus disease nj f lives fay and penicillin « have bee I f those re about the F
i bstance, but it proved Scientist leduce t} gh ise i hat only few uccessful only h the cherni | people ) é ¢ 4 ive to face Yo
obtain and han- well be other che £ uiG rey § e treatment techniques of " , 1,5 ory irs | 1 for rf
und for these reasons peni- by mould I ( y sed Lhe uantitie ot r \ ar econcile lo tion
n la n obseurity for nearly ing matter t ¢ era : l fected e mor I the um But I arn so littl
ear disease eal ! } : inor constituel . i irs I the home mark that I am going ba
“her ir 1940, Sir Howard penicillin eft ‘ New » ende to be reduced by about 40 ) dad leaving Sta vA
Flore Dr. E. Chain, and their ticular fi t PHES Next, if you are one of th publication evel EAU tee t and bothered you wil
€ if n Oxford, engaged An examination of tl } oe HE SF ‘ le who have be t That may be ¢ ta \ f u do this. After you
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the 281b. Baby

BRUMAS: Why do

Brumas, the baby

> fyolies of

b HE Tro.
hear, have SO captir ate

at the Zoo turnstiles are

ek-end
Biyd £400
Jn four mo!
Hf as a big

, ainment

an hour.

Sor entert

ring the last
sors paid more
, ble “the figures
wkend in 1949.
thi Easter week-end the
nected to exceed 100,000. O
D

me there WaS a record cr
uO

for the

She is a clown

t is the secret of

. Jarity?

say it

. g should hours of non-stop cor

‘i re ot just a lovable, cuddly
js not jus

m, ¢ acrobat,

“jown, an é ) ;

poi imp rolled into one.
man im

yh makes her

nee,
ppm. whe

all. Fea

jy the children

pt nrough her repertoire of sW

} ing, stalking her mother, Ivy,
or skidding in Chaplain

ber the

Feawn-ups often oulnum
Sait a look-

athe children cant get

in mother’s aris

How does Brumas spend her d
After a night’s sleep on a be
ter a nig

her mother she 1s
ner Bruce Smith at 8 a.m.

mile she and her mother adj
While sh 1 i
their bedroom is tho

ns of



disinfec ;
is, reports 400 . r

a is part of the rigid rout

wepers believe is the secret
ellent condition.
nwhile, Ivy is busy
nwhle,

. her coat as meticulously
” ritte

med her kittens.
bre fast—best meal of tl

; two heaps of raw

p}






nths Brumas has established
ger money-spinner than any
in London.

fine week-end
than £2,000 for admission

‘owd of 51,000.

3rumas’s
is that Brumas hypnotises the
a ballerina, and

i ent from li a.m.,

; not one dull moment

id bounding,
i i J i until
inking in the morning sun, nti

sa drowsily answers the sandman’s

yell with delight as Brumas

fashion

knocked up by Head-

correspondent

cleaning
as any cat ever

)



Everybody Loves

»d Londoners
elicking this

to the tune of 5,000 visitors

31,394
corresponding

attendance is
n Good Friday

remarkable

nedy.
baby bear. She
an almost

sprawJag

yimming, somer-
in playful com-
round the
children, Some-
in.

ay?
d of hay in the

ourn to an ad-
roughly cleaned
Craven
ne which the
of Brumas’s
up Brumas,

1e day—Keeper
beef (unfit for

ith dep Wo
nan consumption) on the ground. : at
though still fond of milk, Brumas is being
ed and now shares the same food as her
ned and n

her.

he mealtime scene is an ob-
Jesson in table manners.
her raids the other’s rations.
Brumas wanders off, Ivy
is her and holds the cub over

Mood until she has “licked the
r clean.”

imming lesson

At 11 am. the gates to the
outside world of rocks and
sand humans—are opened.
introduces her offspring to the
was that click all day.

his is lesson time. All polar

Brumas has passed the novice
stage now. At first Ivy carried
her baby through the water by the
scruff of the neck.

Then one day she released
Brumas in the middle of the
pool,

Brumas, now a confident swim-
mer, enjoys her dip and playfully
attacks her mother in the water.

Happiest moment

@ At 5 p.m. Ivy and Brumas are
invited into their den and
given a light meal of warm boiled

; must know how to swim, milk, with a little halibut oil for

On Hu

sbands

Mo You Deserve A Good
! Wife’s Companionship?

(By
t don’t answer this quiz

perfectly — top marks
make youa “slipper

~ that’s German for
pecked husband.”
BERLIN,
DW it is the husbands’ turn
me quizzed, A month ago
were questioned under the
“Are you a good wife,” by
Mburg magazine.
lay the men are asked “Are
@ good husband? ” and they

Seren 6 =

to answer Yes or No to these
lestions ,

bring
in bed—not



on Sundays?
you shave
When your wife i
you make love to your
and are you attentive to
fven’ after many years of
nage?
© you nice to your mother-
and your wife’s other

every day,
5 away?

ves /
© you fond of children —
ung other people’s?

mo You sometimes surprise
Wife with an unexpected
oWers or something else~-
after being married for
i years?

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times with your wife and have
fun together?
8 Do you wipe your feet be-

fore entering your home to save
your wife housework?

9 Do you drop cigarette or
other ash on the carpets and
excuse yourself by arguing that
it keeps the moth away?

10 Do you throw your clothes
all over the room when you go
to, bed?

11 Do you bury yourself in a
newspaper when having meals
with your wife?

12 Do you annoy her by being
unnecessarily late for meals?

13 Do you drink away your
income so that money is short at
home?

14 Do you ogle other girls
when out with your wife?

Nine? Excellent!

EVERY Yes to the first eight

questions counts one point — so

does every No to the last six ques-
tions,

If you score nine points the
magazine says you are “Excel-
lent”, Six to eight points and you
are “just tolerable as a husband.”

But if you rate below six, you
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SUNDAY ADVOCATE

2,000 People Pay

£400 An Hour
To See Her?

By Joseph Garrity

Can a mother’s t@nder care eeasc towards

the child she-bear ?

the baby
rickets.

Brumas, tired out by now, needs
no coaxing to a cradle of hay at
6 mM

as a prevention against

This is probably Ivy’s happiest
moment. She nurses Brumas in
almost human fashion, and rocks
her baby to sleep.

How much sleep does Brumas
get? The keepers say she sleeps
‘pretty soundly,” for the beddifig
is never much disturbed.

3rumas has a secret. She has
a bad temper. That is why no

No “Sir”
LONDON.
Film actor Douglas Fairbanks,
Jr., Honorary Knight Command-
Empire and
friend of His Majesty King
George VI, has decided not to
become a British subject.
Fairbanks had been considering








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BEGINNING TO CRACK
alone and think about it.”

It is no good trying to get full
marks—14 points—for then you
are not the ideal husband. You
are too perfect, and wives don’t
like perfect husbands.

You, sir, then rate in
Germany as a “slipper hero”
the German term, for a henpecked
husband.—(L.E.S.)



would

visitor will ever be permitted to
stroke her woolly coat.

Recently Keeper Smith
weighing the cub when she
him in the arm

was
bit

“It was no joke,” he said. “She's
got a perfect set of teeth now, as
sharp as needles,” Despite her
naughty lapse, Brumas consented
to sit on the scales. What pro-
gress she has made!

At birth she measured 10 inches
and weighed just under 1 lb. Now,

at four months, she is thriving at

28 Ib. ff
L.E.S.
taking out naturalization papers

for some time but finally decided

against it “much as I love
England.”

Before leaving for the United
States to lecture and broadcast,

Fairbanks told reporters:

“My whole life’s work has been
devoted to eliminating interna-
tional barriers, and I feel that by

becoming a British subject 1}
should be emphasizing those |
barriers,”

|

Fairbanks was knighted by the |
King a year ago for his “untiring |
work for Anglo-American friend-
ship.”

At a recent film premiere when
the stars were being presented to
the Royal Family, the King smil-
ingly greeted Fairbanks, saying,
“We don’t need an introduction.
We are old friends.”

Fairbanks recently received a
personal letter of thanks from
Princess Elizabeth for his work
in helping organize a gift of food
parcels to old-age pensioners,
widows and children in Britain,
they were a Royal Wedding gift.

The title ‘Sir’ aoes not go with
an honorary appointment but
Fairbanks would have been able!
to assume it if he had been|
naturalized.

The much-decorated American
film star also possesses the covet-
ed Royal Air Force award—the
Distinguished Service Cross—tfor



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eeing that both the creatures are
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rt
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HN.M.S Karel Doorman Is Former H.M.S Venerable

Prince Bernhard Travelled on her On His
Dutch West indian And South American «0ur

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is at present paying Bar' , g K »
vort visit, willbe leav nere ok ste 24 strike
! tomorrow morning on her f 1.200 1 oassed fi his t
, to Holland. When she arrive ih the bakery which is all brought 44 aircraft
there the crew will have a sh xy electricity t ent
-day leave and then iake pa aundry which poffir 40 mm.) 6 mus
in operations of the Comt h pressers and g nan poms (40 T It is pt
Jorth Atlantic Fleet ours per day 2 turbine f 20,000
N.M.S. Karel Doorman which We > had a glance at the bar ’ t 1B
| i to belong to the British Navy shop and then wert through the as 4 specs 29 kn
} vas formerly named 4H.M.S. taiior’s. and shoemaker’s shop, History
' rable. She was built in 1944, both housed in one apartment H.N.M.S. Light -Fleetearrie:
he Dutch bought her in 1948 Here one saw a number of uni- Karel Doorman bears the name oi |
r two million pounds. forms hanging about while in the the late Rear-Admiral Doormat: |
Prince Bernhard of the Nether extreme right corner was a shoe- who commanded the allied striking |
crossed in her on his visit to 1ker busily engaged in the repair force during the heroic ‘battle
the Duteh West Indies a: Sout f shoes. t Java-sea” and who went do j
America, and spent much i The hospital which comprise in his flagship H.N.M.S. De Ruyter m
time taking a réfresher course in 12 beds and was oecupied by a on 27th of Fekruary 1942 }
Spanish while en route patient at the time was very cooi The ship was transferred to a
Most of the crew speak four and airy. In addition to this, there Dutch Navy at Devonport on |
| nguages, German, English, js also an isolation hospital for 28th of May 1948. After trainin: |
neh and Dutch. Much of their cases of communicable diseases of crew and Pilots the ship as |
me ashore here was spent sight and an operating theatre with refitted in Rotterdam and at Ut
ing, swimming, and some three wash basins for the use of same time several modern dev
families had members of the ¢ the Doctor, his assistant and the were built in, i.e. improvement i
to their homes for lunch and jcergeant. Everything here apart decklanding gear. oA
| H.N.M.S. KAREL DOORMAN, Dutch Aircraft carrier which took Prince Bernhard of the Nether- wer f people have been askin j rom be ing clean, is kept sterilised On the auth © rr ied to |
‘ : - . ots Of peo > na D' d alwe P > ‘oY se. H.N.M.5. Karet OOTTLan ?
lands on his tour of the Dutch West Indies and South America. bs eanas oe the aireraft on boar ind always in readiness f need Fe ‘shake-down” trip. Ful
would be flying, but as the shi There is a recreation room tyjals were carried out of in- }
has to be in motion to help the where all sorts of indoor gam stallations and equi ipm ent he v- |
nireraft become airborne, it is felt are played and a canteen and bat this the ship returned to R it |
t.it is verv unlikely that there the profits from which are used te rdam vhere the Air-squadrons |
i'l be any flying. for shore entertainment for the were embarked The ship the
.Imost the entire crew find .t crew. departed for Scottish waters where
ificult to ynderstand the locé Visiting the bridge, Lt. Com- an air-training programme wi as |
‘ency system “Why do nander Smitt explained the rt Thi ymplet
a Barbados Dollar, and yet erent 1echanisms and how 1 iN.M.S. Karel Doorman returne
twenty-five cent pieces or half ship is ‘eduivoliad by the officer om to Holland or ad until |
ars?” duiy. We then went on to the Januar J 1950, _which date }
The day before the Karel Door- gh deck where Commancer ed for the Netherlands |
en arrived in Curacao, with Smitt pointed out how the pi Antille On board as H.R.H. |}
nee Bernhard on board, the took orf and landed. By means GI Prince Bernhard of the Nether-|
e crew assembled on the flight a lift we were taken to the I lg ul is staff |
leck and a presentation was mad eck where a number of the er l } her nit of he Dutc |
on behalf of the crew | ere engaged in the repail Fleet iccompanied he carrier
( W. Slot, Commander of aircraft. It was now getting 0 rhese ere i.N.M.S. Jacob van |
idday and the party after than: H ind Johan Manas |
Press visited tl lip ig Commander Smitt for sho 1 \ xtensive train
rning the sre them around, left for the s! € il 1a |
eivéed in the wardroom bj The Kareit Doorman under iown and this ha eel €
Commander A. P. Smitt, R.} or and of Captain C. W. Slot, parts completed It has lat
n ave a short summery con- #.N.N., h a company of 70 included an exercise with U.3.3
ning the ship cers, 200 ) N.C.O's, and 800 Mer Fra ) t 8 des-
I offee wa served he It was built by Cammel!
the shown the keel laid on Dece € i tico
I ka. 4 442. It was comm t Cuk
npanied | I 17; 1945 and has a i jarba
acement of 13,190 t
vander Smitt it 1 den, carrie 3,000 tons
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possible to go
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BEST TONIC

ON SALE IN THE YELOW CARTON
FROM ALL DRUG STORES

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YUBLIC NOT!
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£VENING ADVOCATE (
per inch

es

Lanes case th, & Mrs. Warren

(Jnr.) of Brooklyn, New York, a
Saturday 25th February, Mrs.
Morr, a causin of Mrs. N. Legail is the
of Mr. Preston Carrington,

daughter
i firm of Carrington Bros

Principal of the
Inc., of Brooklyn, N.Y

BIRTH

formerly
gave birth to a baby girl
Nursing Home on Sunday last
and babe

WATSON— Yestenday
Hopefield
HARWOOD MITCHINSON. The

will leave
o'clock this afternoon for the Westbury

Cemetery. Priends are asked to attend.
Anthony Watson,

Ralph
aes

WE sincerely
attended

We beg to return thanks to our many
sympathisers
tokens of sympathy in}
bereavement

friends



IN loving
of my dear
KIRTON who

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Calm and peacefully he is sleeping
that follows pain

We who loved him, sadly miss him
Put trust
Always
Mrs

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CARS

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47 Roebuck Street,

CAR
mechanical
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CAR

excellent

Motor
pi



FORD

Done

Dial 4616

VAUXHALL

model

Dial 4616
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4504



ELECTRICAL
“ELECTRIC MIXERS—There





ELECTRIC

ice

HUTCHINSON

WIND CHARGER & BATTERIES
Volt Wind charger & Batteries in good
oder. Apply Bushy Park Plantation, St
Thamas

MECHANICAL

TYPEWRITER —
Typewriter



MACHINE
Machine,
John Taylor Stanton, Deyrells Rd
and 4 p.m any day

Mr

Between
except Sunday



LIVESTOCK

GOAT
“a betwee





giviy
daily

MISCELLANEOUS

DINNER SETS—Finest English Crock

ery

COFFEE

inetiy

INSON



LADIES



DRESS

Be
met

lower

AGE TWELVE

CLASSIFIE!





ATES

ANNOUNCEMENTS
FOR SALE per word
FOR RENT
WANTED

LOST, FOUND per word
Minimum charge ‘

PUBLIC SALES

“AUCTION AND REAL TDRERSES, Si





of Oi ins,
at Woodside





HRLLER'S FRIGEMINTS A tasty
dinner mint at all drug” stores
Agency Co

Obtainable

the funerals sent wreaths, let-
ters, cards, or in any other way expres:
ed their sympathy to us,
bereavements of our brother ap

Elsie Serjeant
Boyce

(brother and son)



and other

IN MEMORIAM

never fading



remembered

loving memory
ALBARTHA GITTENS who fell asleep
April 1

Sleep on

ep on, and take your res







(grand childrer



‘EG! ANTINE ROACHFORD







remembered



with govt



grandmother




hind

Long days and nights you ve bore your 18th

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(grand children)

on SALE White Dinner Set,

CS, |



-ssing





ot, Hindsbury Rad

———$—$—$—$—$—$—$————— ns













Vuleanizing

Morris 8 H.P





with Lage Round Mi
*rosses, Morris Chairs ¢

Prefect Ford Car



Roebuck Street,



20,000 miles. Courtesy Garage



REAL ESTATE





MIXER at pre-devaluatio:
them TO-DAY

& CO. LTD

One Royal Standard
in excellent condition. Apply
A. A. LYNCH, Spruce St

Singer Sewing



of Sale, apply to th
COTTLE, CATFORD. & ©)

aanan-Alpine
8 and pints of mi





“THE BERWICK
Hill, St Michael standing
wre feet of land. The hou
awing and dining rooms, two
pantry, kitchen and usual out
Water and Electric light. Ser
room in the yard
on application on the premi-

sq



BREAKFAST SETS

Inspectior

DRESSES—For
DRESSES, HATS and HAND-
reasonable prices









DR. FERTI

ADS.





For Sale=#«Conid





MISCELLANEOUS



the latest in

VEILS, VEILINGS, CHERRIES, and
VELVET RIBBONS shop at the MODEPN
DRESS SHOPPE, BROAD St

164.5029

FINEST UNDERTHINGS Because
you love nice things, shop MODERN {or
NIGHTDRESSES, SLIPS, BRASSIERE
3 VAN RAALTE. | 4476.
JODERN DRESS SHOPPE. Broad St

16.4.50—3n

SUITCASES—Strong Suitcases _ wit
locks and reinforced corners. Priced



SEAT COVERS—One Set, (Prncticaily
For Prefect Car. Apply Burton
C/o Hinds & Co. Druggist

16.4.50—In.
S
STOVE & OVEN — One Faukes Oil

Stove 2 burner almost new, table model
and One Veritas Atmos single Oven.
Apply Mrs. John Taylor Stanton. Day-
Between 8 & 4 any day ex-
cept Sundays.

16,4. 50—1n

ANTIQUES— of every description
China, old Jewels, fine Silver,
Watercolours Early books, Maps, Auto-
graphs, etc., at Gorringes Antique Snop,
adjoining Royal Yacht Club

1,9,49.—t.f.n.







16.4,.50-—6n

—
FOOD YEAST—Rich concentrated vita-

contains B2, Price 74c., Ib
from all Grocers and Drug
14.4.50—2n

it
for Intermediate Examinations
“Ashton”, Harts Gap, Ch, Ch

15.4.50—2n

———
GALVANISED PIPE, HERE! —Half-inch
to Two-inch galvanised pipe, 26c. to $1.09

A. BARNES & CO., LTD
25.3.50—t.f.n

STOVE PARTS — Flame

Wick, Wick-Carriers, Flame

Galleries, Generators, and other
\ uire Auto Tyre Co., Trafalgar
Dial 2696. 5.4.50—t.f.n





PUBLIC SALES

AUCTION

By instruction from Miss Lilian Brown
sell by augtion at her yard at head

of Chelsea Ronde
two o'clock one newly built}
house And on Thursday the
two o'clock on the spot at Ba)
obliquely opposite the Aquatic
Club Gap a chattel building called Mer





on Tuesday the 18th of





consists of gallery, drawing and

rooms, two bedrooms, kitchen

palings Both houses to be
and must be sold

:
D'ARCY A. SCOTT
Auctioneer

15.4.50-—4n

cceemaruetgiageeciareiniaetiiniepremeniamarantstsiiieanamemmiiara

A. Scott of Magazine Lane

following proper at St

1) One property ¢ ts of 10



two



ame yne (1) property cons



0 acres of land and a two
me house whieh has a lovely
the sea

ist Church one (1) property con

9 arable acres of land and
Wall house
seph one (1) property consist

acres of land and a stone wall
water and electric light

D'ARCY A. SCOTT
15.4.50—4n



UNDER THE SILVER

HAMMER

by order of Mrs. GEORGE

we will sell her Furniture at
Betmrer’ Navy Gardens
which includes

ite, Settee & 2 Arm Chairs

Cushions, Upright Chairs, Nice

feboard, Large Bool helf, ornament

Carved Pedestal all in Mahog
Oak Extension Dining Table
Trolley, Inlaid Mird. Cabinet, Fold
Card Table, Cordea Arm Chairs
1», Glas Ware Tea Service
Invalid Chairs, Blec-
Hot Plate & Iron, Blue Bedroom
Iron Bedstead, Pre
Tables, Writing & Bed side
M . Washstand, Low Divar
Kitehen Cabinet, Larder and

&c. Mal



11.30 o'clock. Terms Cash

BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO,,

\uctioneer,

14.4.50—2n

UNDER THE SILVER

HAMMER

THURSDAY 20th by order

Frank Sweet we will sell
Furniture at No, 3 “Ma
Quarter

airied Wome
which inclu
ind Drawing Room






nit

wd Fir consisting of Refrectory
Table Upright Chairs, Morri

ind Arm Chairs with ¢ hio
Side and Coffee
Crean and ¢

Tables






Simmons Double Bedstead
Deep Sleep Mattress, Dre





ing Cot, Baby

Bath and Table M,.T. Was!
Folding Beddtead and Majtres

Tricycle, Westinghouse Retr

in perfect working order, Exan
’ ble, 3 Burner Florence O1l St
turner Magnet Electric Stove, Kitehe

nd other items
11.30 o'clock Terms cast

BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO.,| |

Auctioneers,
2n







TO BE SOLD QUICKLY—Six Prop
ranging from £1,200 to £3,500 N
sonable Offers Refused in G



Cendition with Modern Conveniences
A 2 Bedroom Stonewall Bungalow {abou

old) in Bay St.. A 2 Bedroom
low Type in Mor®eith Gardens
rbarees Kd., A 3 Bedroo
Stonewall Bungalow (about 4
Fontabelle, A New Stonewal

(3 Bedrooms) in Navy Garder
Bedrooms each Bumgal
rightan Rd. Good Buys and Re-Se!

Seas







w Type



Assured. Mortgnges Array

1e
e for Anything in Real Estate \
Y Wealth of Expertence and Bro
Outlook T Do Not Resort to Bulow !
Sole Rights as I am Sure that Wise TF
pective Purchasers can Judge for them
slves after Inspecting, and Vendors like
Free. Enquiries Solicited, Dia!
11 or 2713. BD. F. de Abreu. Call at
Olive Bough, Hastings, or Carter Bros
Tudor St.. Near Magan Hall St







WE will set up for sale at public
competition at our Office No: 17, His
Bridgetown, on Friday the 28st
of April 1950 at 2? p.m
Dwelling house (formerly the
Manager's House of Goodland Planta
in the Parish of Saint
the land on which it





by admeadurement 1 Acre
4% Perches or thereabouts

Inspection any day between 10

o'clock noon
further particulars and Co
» undersigned



16.4 &

Situate in Twe









Mr. Weekes the tenant
will be set un for sale





CARRINGTON & SEALY



Solicitor

15.4%

eC LL LED

FOR RENT









APARTMENT

Unfurnished





Pets, no Children)
ticulars Dial
29.2.50-4 fn



“NEW HAVEN”, Crane Coast !
nished, 3 bedrooms, 3 servants
double garage,





lighting pliant,
Superb bathing beach.

19.3.50—t.f.n

————
St. Philip Coast. Fuily
. 3 servants rooms
lighting plant,
From May

"FARAWAY"
furnished, 3

Bathing beach



on-Sea Maxwell's
Coast, Excelient sea bathing. Fully fur-
four bedrooms, Refrigerator.

radio. Apply

~TLPFRACOMBE—

phone 8286.
9.4.50.—t.f.n

ASHTON — On-Sea, Maxwell,
Church, Fully Furnished.
Feur Bedrooms, Drawing and Dining
rooms, Verandahs overlooking the sea
and all modern conveniences. Dia! 3607
, 15.4.50—5n.
Furnished, On
beach. Apply Lone Star Garage.
James. or Phone 91-33.

ESPERANZA

15.4. 50-—4n

RENDEZVOUS
fram the Ist of May, 1950. For furthey
particulars, Dial 6177.

—— $$
BUNGALOW-—-Maxwell's
taining 4 bedrooms, fully furnished

the months of May, October and Novem-

——

“SEA QUE

14.4.50—4n





HEA THFIELD—On

A. D. Herbert,
Christ Church. Phone 8385

MR. M. P. CRICHLOW, Upholsterer

a
HOUSE TO LET—From i5th May to
30th. Large fully furnished houses
St. James coast, cool position

bathing. $75 monthly. Ring Dons 3249

TO SUBLET
DUNDEE—St
onth of May





sundry Depot.,
Laundry Co





eee
BUNGALOW, also Flat. facing
furnished fror

All comforts, English baths with heat
telephones,







FOR RENT

for Agency or similar type of busines
a immediately on zs
Swan Street













BUNGALOW

convenience



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convenience





UNE

REST COT

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other





REAL ESTATE









land tnelodi

including kitchen witt

ec Mahog
Tea Trolley, Floor Lamps, Gla

wor, Cheve















DOWNSTAIRS





t r kitchen and serv
UPSTAIRS



nd fruit tree









nen



April 1950 at
dersigned from
mad conditions of ss

S§. NICHOLLS & (¢








> competition
61 shares in the WEST INDIA BISCUIT



97 shares in the BARBADOS FIRE IN
SURANCE CO;



WESTNINDIA RUM

REFINERY

RARBADOS SHIP
PING & TRADING CO
B'DOS ICE

Michael

ds con

LTD







CATFORT, §

We will set up for sale at pub}
at | petition T

our office in Lucas
on Friday the 2ist










COTTLE, CAT!



SUNDAY ADV

vite NOTICES







“£25 easily earned by obtaining orders

for private Christmas Cards from
your friends. No previous experience
necessary, Write today for beautiful free
Semple Book to Britain's largest ano
fnemost Publishers; highest commission,
marvellous money making opportunity.

Jcnes, Williams & Co., Dept. 10 Victoria
Works, Preston, Englan” ”

CLUB SECRETARYSHIP
VACANT:



Secretaryship of the St Clair Club,
Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, which become:
vacant on the 3ist. July, 1950 Free
quarters suitable for retired married
couple together with light and telephone.
Written applications should be ad-
dressed to
VICE PRESIDENT, St. Clair Club,
11 Maraval Road.
15.4.50—6n.





THE MODERN HIGH SCHOOL

PRE-EMINENT IN WORK AND GAMES.

39 certificates and 12 distinctions at
Summer L.C.C. exam 1949 92.8 %
pagses and eight supplementary certi-
ficates (Seven at credit standard) in
Cambridge Schoo] Certificate December
iso

Numerous shorthand and typewriting
eertifica'
pion Boys’ nool for Second year at
A.A.A. of B. Championships April 10th
1950 Harrison College 2nd. Comber-
mere 3rd

OUR RESULTS SPEAK OUT
FOR THEMSELVES.

Enter your child’s ne on our wait-
ing list now for 1951 and avoid disap-
pointment






xined during 1949. Cham-





L. A. LYNCH,
Headmaster
15.4.50—™M

REMOVAL NOTICE

of Halls Rd. begs to let his friends and
customers know that he has moved from
h s Rd. to St. Leonard's Gap, West-
bury Rd. Phone 211
Name of the house is REIGATE
15.4.50—2n.



THE BARBADOS MUTUAL
BENEFIT SOCIETY

| NOTICE

HEREBY GIVEN that the 43rd
il General Meeting of the above
will be held on Monday 2th
1950, at 4.30 p.m., at the Reg-
ered Office 48 Swan Street; for the
wpose of (a) Receiving the Report of
the Committee of Management, and
Treasurer's Account for the past year,
(b) Electing Officers and a Committee
of Management for the current year
i (ce) Dealing with any other matters
xefore the Meeting
By order of the Committee,



E. W. ALLEYNE,





Secretary.
16,4. 50—2n
ESTATE of
GEORGE WASHINGTON GRAHAM
De ed



NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all
¢ yns having any debt or claim against
Estate of George Washington
late of Barbarees Road, Saint
Master Mariner, who died at
about the 22nd day of Decem
are hereby required to send











irs of their claims, duly attested

he undersigned, Cecil Howell Graham

Q 1 Executrix of the Will of

\ 1 ed, in care of Messrs. Year-



14 James Street, Bridge-



vi ors, on or before the 22nd
lay of May 1950, after which date I shall
proceed to distribute the assets of the
ised among the parties entitled
thereto, having regard only to such
claims of which I shall then have had
notice, and that I will not be liable for
| the assets, or any part thereof, so dis-
buted, to any person of whose debt or
cla e shall not then have had notice.

Solic

| debtedness without delay
Dated this 18th day of March 1950,

\ CECIL HOWELL GRAHAM,















at Qualified Executrix of the Will of
| George Washington Graham, Deceased
} 19.3.50—4n,
|
WANTED
a —— ocd
White | HELP
YOUNG iy cleck for Engineer's
| S i knowledge of arithmetic is
t A knowlddge of shorthand
" vould be an advantage
Apply by letter only to G.P.O. Box
142 16.4.50—In
= ENGLISH LADY TRAINED NURSE
Sailmg England in May willing under
ge child or invalid. Box 9
i ¢ Advocate 15.4.50—1n

} ( | rAILORS—Journeyman Tailors, apply
1 ¢ - Hewitt Tailoring Emporium
te Fire Brigade
13.4. 50—4n

pacemrees

mall Hotel. Experienced
| juick-—-capable head butler Must be
ip anth poken, willing, and capable

( ige St. oppo:



| BUTLER—For









| perv « work of ler butlers
| A first instance by letter to:E.F.W.
The Advocate 12.4.50—6n,
, KFEEPER-—Experienced linen keeper
. . t eper or reception desires post in

to

terview. Phone 3303.



trimr





millinery work, needlework,

: d designs for trimming

es Hats. A very attractive salary {s

ed for a person with proper quall-

Apply at once in writing:—

t,| MODERNE HAT, P.O. Box 21, Bridge-

Barbados. Please quote references

14.3, 50—3n

j \n Assistant Master for the Christ

R ¥ ndatic School, from

tl 1 May 1950, to teach Spanish and
1G F m Subjects

S ‘ ppreved Scale according to

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; d VACANCIES Exist for Energetic men
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WIESBADEN, April 13.



spokesman
States Air Force
Fourteen United States aircraf today that they hoped
were out over the Baltic this rc
morning on the fifth day
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Swedish search for the :issing alr
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elf responsible for her or anyone ¢ 1s!

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SANDAL,

KANIMERI

name unless

GERALD MAYERS



INSURED MOVING!

1 all persons indebted to the said
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AUCTIONEERS

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VACANCIES Exist for office Assistance
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by letter and in person on

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BROAD STREET.

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\}} regular service, You can be assured of its safety.

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| SMITHS SHIPPING SERVICE

MOVERS — PACKERS — & FREIGHT FORWARDERS,
( Alexander House,
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h beautifwily made mahogany furniture and stands 4%
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| asonable. Apply to DARCY A. SCOTT, Magazine Lane,
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tuated in a very beautiful hilly district?

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flower. There is a good English kite



N comprises 5 reception rooms, a large entrance hall
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GARAGE for 3 cars and good stabling with 4 loose boxes.

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JOHN M. BLADON, A.F.S., F.V.A.)

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SUNDAY, APRIL 16, 1950

—~ CHURCH SERVICES

ANGLICAN PAYNES BAY—9.30 a.m Rev

Ernest
ist, Sunday after Easter Procession. anest
ee . i m sriffn 7 p.m. Mr. Hunte
7 § Easter I—8 a.m. Choral . I

oe aed Chora) Bucharist & , a ee 9.30 am. Mr. Barker
pucnarist as ae Matins & Sermon 3.15 7 PB. . Pat Deane.

Sermon. > ie 4 p.m. Children's 1

am, suntey, Sgiensong & Sermon” p GWU MEMORIAL ain. nev i 5

vice 7_p.™- 7 - E ay’ 7 .m Rev. - MeCullough.
or J MARY’S— Ist Sunday after Easter HOLETOWN oug

HOLETOWN—8.30 a.m, Rev. F

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rence 7 p.m. Mr. D. Scott.











day BANK HALL—9.30 a.m. A ster
SemOC ildren's a ee ea 7 p.m. Fore Wir Ree hs von :
Do Byenson€ aoe Holy ene SPEIGHTSTOWN—11 a.m Rev F
. pAUL'S—? err ‘es fethon S p.m. Lawrence 7 p.m. Rev, F Lawrence
990 2M Soo! 3.30 p.m. Children’s Ser- CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
UT p.m. Sol. Evensong Sermon & First Chureh of Christ, Scientist
vice METHODIST , Bridgetown. Upper Bay Stree.
, AMES STREET—l1 a.m. Rev. R. Me Sundays: 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
: J 1 p.m. Rev. _Emnest Griffin, . _ Wednesdays 8 p.m. A Service which
; a Natkece
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
;
Attention is drawn to the Control of Lumber Prices (Defence)
(Amendment) Order 1950 which will be published in the Official
Gazette of Monday, 17th April, 1950.
2. Under this order the maximum retail Selling prices of
“SHINGLES—RED CEDAR NO. 1 AND 2 GRADES” are as follows: —
7 rn oe Die eee
| COLUMN ONE | COLUMN TWo
i. Ordinary Retail ‘Price
e ARTICLE | (not more than
_ Shingles:
: Red Cedar $25.45 per 5 bundles
: No. 1 Grade . “ containing 1,000
Ff Red Cedar $21.15 per 5 bundles
No. 2 Grade containing 1,000
1
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16.4,50—2n.
i ee
E Attention is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence) (Amend-

ment) Order, 1950, No. 15 which will be
) Gazette of Monday, 17th April, 1950.

2.. Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling

prices of “Bags—used (excluding imported second-hand bags)”
' “Bread—plain” are as follows: —

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pur Mr J. Lovell DIAMOND CORNER
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p.m Mr F a 2ite pany Meeting p.m. Salvation Meeting

BRINGING CHRIST TO THE N ATIONS Preacher: Lieutenant Moore
The Saint *s Lutheran Church CHECKER HALL

Lowe I retown 11 a.m. Holiness Meeting. 3 p.m. Com-
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16.4.50—2n. immediately, aling | Mired wherever you go, or you simply re-
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An interesting career with good prospects i SRS ) th nervous prostration {\\|
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1, Men of character and education are required for enlistment : — BEAUTY } digestion, dizziness,
in this Force, with these
3 2. The ay of a constable on joining is $52.00 a month rising by | { MAXFACT ly have headaches,
B yes 00 2 3 CTOR Products !
annual increments of $48.00 to $80.00 per month, plus $2.00 a month Face Powder Brushes. { 1 weakness. They
washing allowance. After 4 years service he is eligible for a marriage Max Factor make up Blender. ‘
4 allowance to a maximum of $7.20 per month. The minimum pay of Almond Cream. Ing
i Non Commissioned Ranks is, Corporal $80.00, Sergeant $92.00, Station Honey S le Cream. é
im Sergeant $100.00. Promotion is made on merit, and depends on the Astris e Foundation. / 4h \ ERY | FUNCTION
i man. There is opportunity for promotion to the Inspectorate and to ah teen a 1G EA J
{ C i an ake make u
| 3 a for enlistment (all shades) t ireater nerve control will
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Mc eisan ee, . - 5 ft, 8 ins, } THE COSMOPOLITAN: _ 7 i teserve vitality can be read-
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| 4, Applicants will be seen at District “A” at the following x ¥ Phone 3892
times: — Ps) N 1one 92.
2 .
Tuesday 18th April 10 a.m. x 2 ENHANCI G ; Z SS
ie All persons who have sat the Junior Cambridge or School | % 41 ~ FSIS
* ‘ 2 . y, * (1
th t Certificate Examination. Documents to support this must be produced. | x YOUR BEAUTY %
al Wednesday 19th April 10 a.m. x $ RING BINDE R y
‘ All other : licant ho fulfil the requirements of paragraph % a) ; x \ , 4aNi
other applicants who fulfil the require s paragré % . IS YOUR FIRST %
8 above, : 4 ey" $ } Various S1zes
(Sgd.) R. T. MICHELIN, : } DUTY %
Commissioner of Police. g Be % ' LiLS for the ahows
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The Barbados Regiment. § : ; %
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By x Rega. ee * £ $ e
Lieut.-Col. J. CONNELL, O.B.E., E.D. $ —— as | % mihenic Oo ; 2
7 Commanding, : % —— 8 ROBE RTS & CO. —~ DIAL 3301
Rie. 55 13th April, 1950. | ¥ BEAUTY PREPARATIONS. $
1, PA a % % ee
RADES — TRAINING rters at 1700 hour: | "2O07Se00escecosssoososesooonnse Z| Ss : :
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on Thursday, 20th April, 1950. Rifles will be drawn and V olunteer: % ’ % 1) } )
will march to the Savannah for the rehearsal of the C.L.F.’s % CLEMENT'S z |} in oun eifer than a pound of cure.
inspection whieh will be carried out on Thursday, 27th April, % i % { We }
& 1 Secu 1014 We have... ‘
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WEEK ENDING 24TH APRIL, 1950 g An exceptional Tonic, containing:- 3 - WAhLARS AN ARO nore |
Orderly Officer — Lieut. P. L. C. Peterkin $ Malt Extract, Nux Vomica, Damiana ete. Indicated in % @® SPRUCE LATHS ,
Orderly Sergeant — 209 Sgt. Long, C.B. eg s ; : $
Next f , % weakness, Loss of Energy, Muscular Debility, and all run ¢ eR PET VIRE AND
— Duty hs % down conditions where a Stimulating Tonic is desired. % 9 LARBED WIRE Al
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Orderly Sergeant — 217 L/S Blackett, L. L. = a ‘ : ® GALVANISED WIRE NETTING
" Major, e hav ist received
M. L., D. rig tered : Jo ¥ © JUsy Tecety % iy enclosure you may require.
3.0.L.F. & Adjutant, (
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Obtainable at: :
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am ee nan atone Ue ae igaied eA ie tle ve | RATES: $5.00 per Day & 11} VELVET RIBBON in Red, Blac xreen
of planning and dreat 90 per! upwards READYMADE SPORT WEAR FOR LADIES AT THE
Six houses are ne pi r , = (Inclusive) } , “oe . ti
and there are twenty-s¢ 1 more st 1 ) ia DRO. ADW AY DRESS SUOP,
still to be built before + hem a oe virs, W. S, HOWELL eat “
is completed rhe i three atiin < : 4 ‘ } ut eel Seas ars a oon >
houses will rent at $9.00 a mor th Malian OCU SECS ve = on omnes en > -
each to Belize ee é O nine of GSS >"
citizens ‘ Capo Distria, tt hief town o ed have a 1 i} cae cat's. & ah \ e 2
| Each house will be 50 x 90 feet. : Same if t rh MRS IANTHE GILL & MR i ~ @
with two 8 x 10 bedrooms ~ He ee rre spondents would hi ir ng system fo \ i ‘ the plot pease r i r , mn s q
10 x 11 living roe a os me on Sun- low i i) quest the ple | '
verandah wit! = P ' and to de rs) :
j th roul 6 ; 8 aavhit ent sponsore an D ANCE | i A t § i
Kitch nen with step into vould be;ing that such discuss have | } i »
the yard. The houses will be ap- on move-}| gone on for months already a! On MONDAY NIGHT, April 17 1950 | }
oximately 6 ft. higt zones om| Reuter | on ;
wee on) " |\} CLUB ROYAL, SILVER SANDS, i.
Tenants will have Sj es . | Italiar pondents reported | 969966 OOOO OS VOOR en CRriINOLINE & STRAW if
mall garden or a small play Fade tne al y Zone than they 1% % | Admission GENTS 2/- LADIES 1/6 ey ; 1 lieaiiin 050
ground for the childré ts of candidates |¥ ; T > SS i hi and assoried co Seneca uw _—_
e striate and water a ele are i Christian a! ees x DANCE % i Music by C. B. Browne's Orchestra in 7”
ower fé at Reuter & in aid of SAI Mf — BAR SOLID —
it the n ——— | t. WINIFRED: cnoct 3K Please Invite Your Friends a
fo % : ore. Kit :
pes ie | aa = <='|\| SCHOOL PANAMA HATS
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eased to pi +m I% P $i esaer tin Prices $1.30, $1.59 and. $1.75 i
create r ing | ? %1)) DANG E _
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; r * } o ba , S| 4 — given by — S,
| : x aie %\\]) THE BARBADOS CIVIL
pet oe : S 1 %\{} SERVICE ASSOCIATION FANCY PANAMAS
Sle for . : ‘ he %|)\) At the Combermere School 075
DIVERS, exploring Tobrrmory Bay, Island ot Mull, Scotia: ‘ ‘41 Hall on Saturday, Aca areata de alcatel iid es ivi ad' ua s
they have found the wreck of the Spanish Arn ? sd s 14 22nd April, 1950
tateirt Belize le 4 lot an ; ates se 7 49 er. e a i e wae or: ' poe . a: 5 oe wee Delegates of the Federation
ri ( ; : long and 20 wide, lying uncer ten feet ¢ il Di Ss SS SS of Civil Service Associations.
| eC i : . 1g on for twenty day The Florencia is believed t } } Musie will be supplied FANCY PURL CAPALINES
ene cued to ex- Pay worth £30,000,000 today {FIRST ANNUAL HAIR STYLE | oe rt ase Meanwell’s ji Wide brimmed in white and — tuscan #
optaggi edie Photo shows: the Duke of Argyll ed th )) wAU (0 1p) at eng eee | 2?” ey
34 ‘ on a : t (( Me d i
hon The : mps ill be filled on, the Marquis of Lorne, chatting to a div if SHOW & DAN I ( en eee Se Erenee each sonar “aes em hahah hcesbac baa hinehe ache henbabesiabedan tee tallbcheaaataeen alice, oO
by the men themselves Naval els used in the diving operations —EXPRESS KK AT DRILL BALL i Dancing 9 p.m. Dress Formal ;
nae } On FRIDAY MAY sth. 1950)! ({! ADMISSION :::: $1.00 m ;
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Y - Viacite ) IN AID OF CHRIST CHURCH —— ll SSS :
B.H. Governor Visits Chanse Oi BBC. News fl ime || spor coms cnunen |) | aeeeaearases eT t:
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Mexican I eri itor 7 narrow in ) on ee r vor :* 00 to 10.00 p.m. in will and in ia prudentia ) ed Academy, Broadway, N.Y., Sar ae naar h nee oie ssuae , ’ lL
(From our Belize Correspondent) The duction of British Sum- tues’. The times of broad i \t ent mod “ro But nearly everybody will SEE il
‘HE GOVERNOR of Belize ‘ rin ie at 02.00 GMT on the different to the previou rial \f sCoppin. BRAD, 20d: aA whout 10, 11, 12, & 13 BROAD. STREET Pb
(British Hondur: Mr. R. H-. night of April 15—16, when British You can hear it at 3.30 p.m. « { Patrons WEDNESDAY NIGHT 26th April, a
Garve C.M.( M.B. visited ¢loch ire moved forward one Sundays or 8.30 p.m. on F {Kf r. Fred Goddard M.C.P. Mr Messrs, NAAMAN HOLDER and
- +} t yf the } il have a considerat “sag aaah np & Allde LC.P Ww. W GOULDBOURNE PHILLIPS
Che a ir | 1a a onsi abi Gundnnniineesennes: 1 haere _M.C.P.,M F.E.C (Maxie) n
Mexican Pr Quinta! effect on the timings of many B.B.C. Radi P . bie f f.C.P t
an rit ! t t of t established BBC programme n ‘SEs kes adio rcgrammes a . ¥ the | 2) Mr. Arnold Meanwell’s Orches- A | )) a
o the ‘ athe G.O.S. One of these major SUNDAY, APRIL 8 1950 e ¢ {t tra in Attendance nnla ance \\ | t
D i vill | tne t ieee” Waite she” ais : be ; nt 7 é ») ADMISSION — St.00 at the Children’s Goodwill League | SSo06 6 3599S9906S9O49099SSSG0S0Er :
r ‘ of he ve ; B : 1 k the Edit ‘ an Bible (i Dank ‘ SOUND: P. Green | 0
British : ( . Exe ‘ t 7 00 p.n rror pul Progret e Parnc 8 ‘ ' pe ) Bar & : Retreshments eae Folks Gliding on WE CAN SUPPLY THE FOLLOWING ¥
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Cost Of Liv ing Index ve from Britain’ but pom BOXING BOXING ; i A
| er the ‘Home News’ will Variety Ban . ser al eda ie taal | PORTLAND CEMEN’ in 94 1b bags & drums
rm So | ri iT ir 10 p.t Linte te 4.15 : é r ud! presents the big fight of ot | ;
| lo Be Revisec 1.10 p.m. spot being taken Vigin dn |}. the' season on Saturday’ Abit 2th, ie WHITE SNOWCRETE CEMENT
I the f : anCet ; ))) KID RALPH Middleweight Cham- ) |
| h | pion of Barbados Taare Mauler) } RED & KHAKI COLORCRETE CEMENT
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W.1. Women in Britain i pm an teary Seeaen oe Ce OSS % ASBESTOS WOOD SHEETS for Ceilings N
Nie tt e ne ! hi Chairs: 1.00 Ring Circle: 60 ¢
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Sins t the t of g. At t hen the current series of tall BOSTON | “Yon. can t afford to miss it. 1 ¢ ASBESTOS SOIL PIPES, rt
hecking, the I1 208 now being given by Mrs. Patrick ,,Wrl 15.20 Me. W se BENDS & BRANCHES § *
aint epresenti! t of liv tordor Wal on Wednesday + | é
i g f $26- W age ere a lit 1 tartin , = Mi Gordor MOND AY APRIL | tt) DANISH | ( PS FLOOR TILES in several colours
tle less than $11, Mr. Smith stated w er. the fe of the Minist aie 718 a. 1 i | % y
seta maori be oe Sunny aon 2°75" Ce || voworay catege of Oe) WHEKINSON & HAYNES C0., 10
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. ee ake. hich begat the on ‘I , })} EXTRA-MURAL DEPARTMENT ({
Sailors Enjoying , t will et the 26tr Analysis, | §
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Tht, Weta Fleer inst. the. looks at life since her htc: "Suiewe’ p SERVED i a i —
Their Visit Here Britain and deals with pin ., Radio, N }X
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= ta University lecturer, a BBC off oe : ' \)) ON
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Fleet Cruiser “Karel Doorman”.,The talks are being given in the |) THE SPANISH EMPIRE
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PACF, FOl'RTRKV Cinderella Town Grows In Belize and -Mill % %  is completed Th* house Each hnuf will WMxM feet. %  %  %  iuld down lor ordI1 corner : 31 NDA1 lDVO< XII ..%  na—.'• I rirstr \ titrs By Xofus %  %  Ship*' Officer* Plan Sirike .ilt dry A four-man pan. %  -.panics %  : affected have a*rr. I of the Union plan for a rotary ould hiring system for deck officers hem WTO CBBI IIOIM HACTIrfGI BAUADOi IVIIIIM C\ ">I N M , | HOI HI n BAR W.OB per !>> %  pwards lll.-lu-iv f the %  %  .; Uut >UCil %  r,ove%  reported %  Ui and DemoIt cuter SUNDAY, APRIL u ( u jj BROADWAY 9ELEITIOX NfUMM -.loiKlvcSl" v" !' shM„ n \-TII W aH i" %  *• w r t/mm Pint cie. *, %  01 HI \-ll( III I N i,.iill.,".w:r Ilk. euh M I \ i I RIHKON I" Hoi. BUck. N.vj anl tirern Kl (111 M DE SPORT WEAR FOR HOIK I \T TH( IHIOAIW.'" IMIfcSS MIOP. Children's HATS CRINOLINE & STRAW in hi and assorted colours.. 53 SCHOOL PANAMA HATS Prices $1.30, $1.59 and $1.75 %  Of I.' And on the sou": i %  i ill be tilled i Scotlii %  %  %  I FANCY PANAMAS each i f Arj I \ritl M FANCY PURL CAPALINES Wide brimmed in while and tuscan each... $2* B JL Governor Visits Mexican TerrHorj I r..m Ml ll.li/' < ...r. .|>..i'(1>'<<> Change Of B.lt.C. News Time i I run Mi i" lit.ini p.m. ,| m the pru ... ,. n BrtUih ideraci* %  %  M % %  30 %  I %  B.B.C. Radio Cost Of Living Index To ltRevised %  %  %  N n the Edit f.,n"i> %  %  41* CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., LTD W. 11, 12, & 13 BROAD STREET 1 n M if.,.,,,, IIIK of t: %  '..rtinic %  M Sailors Enjoying I heir \i>ii Here %  %  %  %  %  WE CAN SUPPLY THE FOLLOWINQ BUILDING MATERIALS PORTLAND CEMENT in 34 lb bags & drums WHITE SNOWCRETE CEMENT KhD & KHAKI COLORCRETK CEMENT iJtUOCUR RAPID-IIAKDENING CEMENT MINIUM CORRUGATED SHEETS ; S CORRUGATED SHEETS ASBESTOS WOOD SHEETS for Ceilinu ASBESTOS SOIL PIPES. BENDS & BRANCHES FLOOR TILES in several colours WILKINSON & HAYNES CO., LI Phone 4267, 4451, ... %  i The W i-illiir |n DAI --,,, Us. <•> a %  >im BMI 1 I" p in NMi I New i \v ,i i 1 itl.inn t. M i>m Mich W.ui || l> in VE8TI H1 > 1 \ KJIIII.III 1
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    PAGE SIX SCXDAl -IMIU. APRIL U,^ BARBADOS 4** APV'(Xnt Sunday April IS. 1S 'I'lnI % % %  porlanee Of fenwefl Barbatk .cted with commendable speed in Ham Mai.-i.--f.-r for Bf Well Airport The new runway is being constructed and it u hoped will b. ready for use in AugustA very modem system of A:r Traffic trols is being established at Sea Renovations and remodeUinga of the • heds have been em out. But Sea we 11 is still a daylight ad Charter planes ( 'lesire to arrive, and if permission is granted, night landing can take place, taken at Sea for twenty : ilso operate al of uV 'allation has bee does not *> The badoB. the -r-hour staff stead but v The question and answ idea Th^ %  A duns to Uarbados i .. piiiaf nfltn> lo Oth* I %  ion I | : %  Lo be uicd. %  Bin %  %  man a %  just ai Si\|M-nr' *y the pessimists can ever be d -hey seldom bey mean is :nmm% emBarbados or and pThe re i perseverar.ee Barbados Of but nowher* success been more spectacular theatre High Tyme and the Madarr.e Bromova %  i a performance at the I Rebecca, and this .'Jollege are to perform Bernard Sham Sainl Joan. that a Barbad-j D lb has beer. I Mul le Watch Empire The Bri • a long es and the standard of fctada a B applauded. When it is nnattc r,e realised %  %  sate -id be : %  %  theatre %  ent on the support al by %  %  %  j.Minds :.i who have il i %  .:. i .,: I other .buted handsomely i have oeen %  Barbados %  rchant princes but individuals irgel; land such as sports. the British Couniporation that the ( individual Barb.. >rt in fields of edut I a apac ia l Uon. To : assistance and help is %  • Indies in the oent and Welfare Gl h support from wealthy ret for cultural m cannot supply itatra in Barbados tuui can contrtti I nd and i doubt pay handihe development of a %  I %  Dot buy hap; .uld a theatre a bad a theatn : talent which U *.:.- and %  %  \i ; has a ail support. CUMMfNGS ie: Mrs. BUTTLETOH-WOC IR. t % • Vn emn'l iWfr M on tht part I OTth lite, dyummtc and -. WALLABA POSTS 8 and 10ft GALS kNHE SHEETS 24 Gauge — 7. 8. 9 ft ALUMINUM SHEETS 6, 8, 10ft AT WlI.KlNsliS .v IIAVNKS CO. LTD.. TllHMM|l C. S. PITCHER & CO.. LTD. PHONES 141.;. 117:!. 1687 raises xa REMEMSH •• k\it HUM |JM iht iacaHTMptakUl km %  ..... Sitting On The Fence %  Bl KKIM-II %  \Mi -Kl POI OI Ml I t irai i ii 111 L'P ] Chuk. h dial custfi the doomed themaelvbe a matl for a ion to strangle I OMMo %  When mothei Ivan l\ When gr;' So huah. I-'. byill* 1 tour < a ollrn Unit's A *uek on the jau in in* mornini A aock on the jaw al nihl. And a* TOU come in |Tfl her U*o on thr Haaaaai ia*l wrong or nghl Atlrnliir-H Of Harriet The Hiker THIS is to intro lover of poet; _*: ... S • lane, 11 Una ii I %  iiaesieu to tr delight through a 'gate an -if in a ipa; nous i < Taking a dn %  correaponuand hygiene, she began U "The kiii for pardon The K-i the undaui I lit' llost.i^t-r Anil It.M llsllll %  s lliuu^lil I tones %  : .. the garden. Slran^f Talc Of I lie Sea %  ;>' Yum! va And I i Ing >;oes. Think %  %  it, and tag. As • paled. oss his igain. Then he %  '.r Yumpington. .ngton %  replied Sir Wilto Chinamen % %  ng and i oniitltnt t I aimer %  er had a mental break' a few ii.o'i ago, and my •! are %  .-'. mc outfhl fo %  laaa Aggie ..ugh. i. i \i\ ITS QUALITY IS MAINTAINED i'2) ITS MATURITY IS SURE YEAR OLD COCKADE FINE RUM SlJiO a llllal STAXSFELB. si Oil A. I,,.. Ltd. Oni Ii< alrs Saj : Whal is There In IVderalioii Thai \\v I ainiwl Aehieve Xow ymmimwmmmmm to %  ii Bseded 2. V. %  %  i eatontoj, %  %  %  Mtuation and to %  Higkft Emm) SIR,— The toUowlai i' M K L Kirkwood to | M i y eaaa I U ntlliifiiI question .ng Uniti i Kincd office of i ours. %  ... • ; %  •... %  | %  supreme itaic liaxnentary advocacy. By all means let then But )uv I a cMore w a lrx m. whose taak u U> rev > %  :And le* the pr. %  %  %  take a more senou* colonies and U %  Colonial Empire REA IN OUR HABERDASHERY DEPT. THE EDICO SOLINGEN LONG HANDLE RAZOR —;ALSO:BARBER SCISSORS AND COMBS GET YOUR REQUIREMENTS FROM DA CCSTA & Co.. LTD. Dry Goods Department #/ it's tt Oi44<.tn*u / lht> Bt.Si Hi ii for #'••••/-/ 0( xi: i iaarml r*n> for %  %  unme "I OU.UUO.000 British colonial llama of Fo< *Hh nom-de-titrmr hut tin '•• %  mar* hona Ode*, will he ignored. %  ul •rider* l BRtSSff*i name to hot at an a^iurlhri tl Hi In,,,,., ; s a In UN* I.ODDAHDS i wan.



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    ,1 M).\Y. APRIL 1(,. INI Fire At Paradise Rd. Bush Hall c no8iiiFfn is. MoreScopeFor Handicraft IN ANTIGUA SUNDAY A1)\(H *) .iciay morning U o_#ade was summoned : £££se Hood. Bush Hall On 'nuch more that Imval at the rene they d.-cov{"nils wei i ... _i mat il m only Wan Sr v,l " ,ns Specialist Handicrait and nelgtibours already had It livelier of the Ed under control "ion.„ e s JWins School of that coll.: r ; LOSS I mitt tad %  the "Advocate" yesterday.' juant.ty nl money. lama arrived here earlier ralue of S-"v '" lhl " %  <* l'> I : Chapel Street, Way to p,., fig IV Ha* "at both watch been granted a tt aad money were removed fro,,, ship it the School of Harrison I Thursday. Arts at the Univeraity of Puerto St, belong to hinuelf and MarRico. """" caaSaodiford ot Black Rock. ft „„. Coamopoh. Wnn PEN ,hc value att^^T '""' ""** A atta.I lost b) He Bid that ou „„ jaUB. Hutson 01 .v.a.l.,.1 Street handicraft teacher waa auted that ,t was remove that of ,eaeh,n S nd „.., mm tM Marh.ll the basic pr.nciplcs ofwoo rp.EU.SS o, 56C was reportc, SSjlTSrtSSc? X£ 1 o y jam the Bartht-1 btHos !> % %  He provided cm ,., M -..,.suted wi "' n"*3 "• ""'*: '" enable pupUi to beconw THK I-U R| ILlnso owned novea from desk at IB. eftd generally. S H.H IN I.I.M.II a native oi tram Other m ,, Donunica. who escaped from CToups of ..., ., v IDf Government Industrial Scnooi engaRed in the RMktaf on East" Monciav. was recapturerom Old bits ot MI Baxters Koau • by Simeon Lint on of Kichmonu a So Cap. He was hanacd over to !" n took-blnding wai the Police. aiso d one to u great extent, B OBBY DAVIS ol College library books. They .%  Savannah. St. John m one*. enfa, •fvereiv Injured htiic school end domeeUc equipment, nding a scooter along Church lt,,: tied handiVle* Hill. St. John. He Wl : taken to Dr. E B mfrom the nose. M""** ChjVj It li untie. : 925 '" li Ml iv. . — while travelling ftmcit a ill head. %  %  ten %  i dpecne INurst's People Must Not Live In The Flood Area liic Housil to draw to Government', attentl %  %  H'teete i Civil Service Conference Tomorrow Unified Currency For\ Caribbean I the legiilaUon for each of the participating ternt draft Hills will now led 10 each I : ..: their intrcxi rturaa will shortly be auth. i mlttn i %  lv .,|| be v enablin.1 dad by all o o n as %  n uttee has ai MlfD for the .mined currency note submitted l the three firms of printers in log United Klnfdam. The (Town Agenu for ies Will be i. • supplies i.'s to be available n 19.11 tomroltlM Mn.l and the denonunardanl and metal .onlent. .... ..... ihe draft legtalation 12 In Careenage After Fishing I r.MiTk TI.AIil.Y like the PAGE SEVEN Fresh for your Pets ! PURINA m CHOW I'IRINA RABBIT (HOW h. Jason Jonea & Co, Ltd. Ilis.riliul.iri. Boa. u %  n HI. i, mini M ,,, I^ M ,... %  Id be paid in on. month or one „,,,. ra „„, / ,„| :,'!.... I jooths i^ertuicates WMsmp Mr. E A McLcod on tr. ... "L %  i ... k i "' i" easily knowing thai whet He was found Builly of having been offer. k his possession cabbage and a quanUty „f etch to the United Klru i getdom for the purpoae ol ad of being stolen ur unlawfully that parti, abtained. Ml singing "' ment Organisation whii %  rvl'RISf; Till: UI;I;K IX* fire of unknown origin broke Tl '. riir Board betnui eoaaldera — at Edghill Planutlon, SI Tkomas. in •f second crop young canes. Thm St the property .,, Mesan ci.-n'now an In pad ; were In" Hired '"' S AMUEL t I. \ KULI: ol SI .,,, Dand-s. Chrl portea the loss of $7.61 from a table at Ba..la> Hank on Friiiav. .... It was hi. properly. J !" tOaUrwing nun .ortlse V-nt,t, %  ,._,. — Uil u %  but the "" r-w.Mil I H -.11, inlKini'l.l "" %  re. !,;";; ul ";; ik 'VnUgaa Gets I ii>l W omaii Treasorer HARRISON'S BROAD ST GOODS RECENTLY RECEIVED uv_LUDE THE FOLLOWING ITEMS CHRO. PLATED BIB AND STOP COCKS 1 NECKED BOLTS 3 in., to 6 in.. C. P. AND BRONZE FINISH. I BRASS RACKING COCKS B 1 I H. P. BALL VALVES I CASEMENT STAYS Black 18 in.. I ALUMINUM CURTAIN RAILS COMPLETE WITH FITTINGS. PERFORATED ZINC SHEETS wi. MAGNA CAST IRON BATHS Porcelain i.„ ,.||,.,i m ,| r diaries Wai-i of Ruby, and dray part.drawn by a mule and donkey, and driven by L TOW Hnuses. St Philip The donkey was injured. A REPORT reached the Police ^o,^Cu,W,en r "'HoH S,C ^ r STEEL B loiOg to afeMih.. , „ , uf i .^ioii Olllc, %  p o„r *?> % % %  Bknwkuig around. ",''" Wand l. beelT'^'' Adams said thai " ] << Coal Arrives IV ... Inn. w-hi *• Mr Car.nlcha.1 TWO HUM.III. I .•edes.iuins.who __.. ... ., _. „, ,. k ,__ n „. ,_ ,., lhat it was of a very hign of o ,1," or,rer a. waa demonstrated poaltloi 1"' %  %  sh.phcr.i ">e M Muatcal FMUval wag n. [*' and Droi, in 11)411 during .nc Wallace". W enulil iv Sir Hubert ltance was Acting from Trinidad. C"nj .:. vinoi of the colony. He ai... Other cargo of io had will! H, Should I'a, laiiwoy. Drum, COIOOJ. ne a. 1 a gathage can In said that the Wlllkies CIO ed of 280 pi, i .. LI-S. -.-...I--.I In .h..r.l Isrvirda onto* nt Kl. t ........i V. pt centre hut it ., worl imncc and peinti. The vecaels work and added thai -...,> were ^i -lean u4 the mua-cel ectlTltiee of the OXO., ere. p o nt l jpw d u ,'LT' „, %  "•"Wolamrni',. i inaccompanied iwrt singing. Owners ASM ^ %  HI-, i OUlet alle>> %  1 The.. LIGHT & POWER TROUBLE FREE tNSTAL "LISTER" ALTERNATOR SETS 7 1 K l,l| -| | in HIS M.lr.KVUOkN "• • in M.| K.w. K.W. ** . : ; eaaalrle h ,ii,hbo.rata and AutoaaaUe Valtaga Kegalatora. OWPLZTE RANGE OF SPARE PARTS IN STOCK! *••* •iNAIOO.s) FOI XURY LUL in DAMASK for distinction PI III IIIISII LIMA DAMASK TABLE t LOTUS It s !H| ,u .Hsu B • M 111.74 M s .1 .. §? %  --*& 1 NAPKINS in MATCH MM N I MILL DAMASK Til inches wide Per yd. s \.T> s n.mi rel^ CAVE SHEPHERD a ... Ltd. 10. II, 12. & 13 BROAD STREET A FEW FOOD SPECIALS S*/#*#'# I04HUS 1-411'Iff! LTDDtNa rtKRRIES—pfe*M PERKINS vK CO., LTD. Roebuck Street, — Dial 2072 & 4502 W-laeM IIN.I aal I IS41 !-(. Ia> Ka-aataty aailaV ELIZABETH ARDEN %  daMaat* 1'ira.uralwat Hrllllantinr a) nieaching Cream I oundaUon Cream ) skin Food \ .I'incent Lotion a> Rouges Powders ^ Is, last, I ...i,iii„,,i, Deodoran. l.l, l i. K\If.HI'S 1.1II. PHOENIX BCAUTY COUNTW


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    PAGE H>| K • M \H\\ WMtll W/C-T No rum for • tram" Th rum which had been placet! I I n the English and West I ptihaps sympathise more deeply with the Went Indies Team than mm. •".-totaller and have spent art on the Continent One must admit that tr.Officer observed the letter of the law in this respect but what of the %  N.\Y ( KICKKT S bttl f the team Payne and skippered by 'Bob 1 outside th> wo; iHoi to und it S2X2^J?I} e !L 0 £2! Il m c "^ n lt *>* ov and K deprive ll Ibtir rightful revenue in this con CARL TON DEFEATS ROVERS 4-0 CARLTON completely outplayed Pickwick-Kovers in then First Division Footbd.l Fixture a*. Kensington yesterday afternoon to win the came, their first for the season, by four goals to love The Carlton front line, ably led by "Brickie" Lucas combined niceh to score two goals during the first period and the other two in the second half. t> I-uca* scored two of the goals while Reynold Hutchinson and Warren each scored one. The game was only about five minutes old when Lucas fot the ball from mid-field beating his way down, beat Hill with a left booter which went far comer of the nets Pick wick-Rovers now made aj 1950 Cricket Season Mohawk Wins At Yesterday's Yacht Races "Mohawk", owned by Dr. David To Open On July 8 THE 1950 Cricket Season will open on Saturday. July 8. and will close about the middle of December T -he Board of Management 8 ^'-er this that 1 Guiann tn ' '•'"K" 1 *' John Topplns "Mischief" skipCarlton got their second goal. intercolonial I '*%  of the team carefully pered by his son Stanton. carried v after %  Oil and then off "B" Class honours. A keen receiving from one of hi* halves. battle was witnessed between eut in and beat Hill with a lovely their tongues in their w r Cloud''. _owned and skip"hot THE GRENADA TURF ful meeting which opened on I %  ,j Q^^ day. There were mostly home end st. v*-? but on the whole llian Outsat Huence was also added by the v irom Barbados and some othei iactu curious coincidence, voung Pal %  uVfc 6 ' him a whip which had been bought hei .. ^^J to the champion jockey of th % %  utt' champion jockey himself he ni His total was live wins while i vas second. I am (lad irowesi UPL? fore not conflned to the home ground l jockeys makes me start thinking QH, alts. I could write a lot about. But to be bm-: I -nal| jj* confine myself to a few ;. n %  JX Jy** ailment which makes onlookers '.hink thai ., a -7* races but never the h.vnt, lnis J** horses arc OMffl i-onvcyann's who all run i orn J? %  .no happen to have the -:i luii ither end of the race. Octata re if a horse who duo : Jns J^ k at more than uniform speed and w-hen he does not a !" thoul saying, the jockey i> '-• iilnm* %  to blame War Cloud". _. pered by Jack Badley, and "ResbThe Pick wick-Rovers goal had '' '<* UMon tn. ;^, bv Qwcn Rurke an a narrow shavc whcn ^ lrle(I pparad by his brother Ham hard one from outside the area. with the nicaaaai Mil UOl \l ALL .1 of l sack of sugar and a carton of gramo1 and calypsoes by the Customs officials cannot be construed to constitute a very warm welcome for the team. However, thlngl happen and one cannot fight the letter of the 1; (or second place "War hut Hilt turned it arour. Cloud" however reached the flag corner. %  length ahead of her rival. Pickwick-Rovers tried to decrease this lead and from one of Astra owned and skippered their forward movements, Tavlor cent). Powell (Grenada > by Milton Tucker won the "C" centred accurately from th e left (Grenada). 55.4 sees. C l V", l ^ ce / %  ln r Hopkins' "Hi win g. but Williams, the C Ho followed in second position flJ ii back, headed out. hile Wizard II owned and Shortly before the interval. t2*JSS* c ^£f ^H Guiana Sf pp Sd b^ionefBaToU wSe J : .i Touma%  iggestion badoi ITI September-O %  itunity of gaining their imiTIMI .l I \NA OBJI I I } .,1 pointing out • .1 be in Englan %  %  action to 1 sent in a tame shot which OVMd and KlllK nad no difflcuu, m „„.„,.. k nu^il K Wisisifir Ua.r>l lint — ... •B' Claa %  : I Wai Cloud; 3. Resolute. nediate Class: 1, Mohawk; ^"^5 %  .mmediatel. i tiood opportunity whei. Warren, after outrunning the Pickwick-Rovers full back, lost control and kicked out %  r to oversees. Tug-of-War Domta b i %  < %  %  D St. Vincent first, li C Class: 1, Astra: 2. II. II I II I> Class : 1, Rainbow. 2. Smba rUo ST Multhr-K • OU Boy %  vii N Mr E Brancti On one ocaMapk mt s Lwmsrt-. BirMr o It to afford tu%  |' "" -"— i re Car!' ftVUkM took %  •>. i: % %  Btlho kick, -ending m a hard t Honduras pooDdar. but King t % %  ,,_ LiKMweigM champ ol • tod out Hill with a good shot British which the latter saved. %  • i weight champion, The Carlton sharpshooters again The Board also instructed tie Secretary to w i Brood no gen asking him to paitu 1 d. St Lucia third. f Uon lQ tne Mcmorla l Gallery at Lords. The Board accepted the applications from Central Cricket Club and the Barbados Etasjbl to enter'.:: %  ion cricket a on the provision that dtabta ;md appointed a small Committee to inspect them along with • The Board considered the Annual Report and ACCOUI Association to be present Annual General Meotmg which will take place at Queen's Park Burbados Friendly Football Association Ol It HI M ll rt) th.MjmT A*U MU.: FUnscti v colu on Frldav, May its at 4 JO p.m. at %i Uonardv fUfoo* Mr o GrmhaiTi present at the meeting were: *MrVEisi££' Sir Allan CoUymow, Mr B D Th,. Carlton front Une which B...* „ ,. Advocai. at shii. iui*r**r mniss, Mr. J. W. 3. Ch. I A was sent to th.; was combining well all along soon Mr. E Clarke. E L G Road, Mr E A. V. Wil%  count in the middle made anotr .'. **Q *H.* l '^.{S d lt rjg^gS la w aesi Mr. O. Orartsm. at lh Bay Rrlcr** %  %  %  %  %  %  %  | %  K %  SPARTAN l>K \\\ WITH 11 N 1 TUCGAMBOL? nu, TiMt AaAS fti'ii *i ihfai IrltV Leynold Hutchinson beat Hill wMh a low a 3—o. HOD now seemed to ttlingi their own way and Hill was called upon to save two good utie from Warren and lho other from Lu %  from a throw In by F. Hutchinson from the rit ; I ag got possession and beat Hill with a %  The further %  .1 li W Thib Plekwlt-k Ro.cn.: Hill. 1'ioverbs. ... Carlton: King. Porter. WUliams. V M K Hutchlm w i %  HarkiirTr % %  %  Mr W. F H %  1 %  %  ill pUyan aho %  %  %  : the racarao, Ibelr own club la to i_ wM> R %  %  1.1 IIKIINMUI KI 5PI I : %  %  %  %  STANDARD BRIDGE By M. Harrison-Cray Deatti last %  avc alt S I I I \ J H S k n Hi | i O ID t b 1 em 1 9 H T 5 A t i I *t v 8 A J i K %  e \ i i AKJH cO On* Spade and SuuUi made the natuto %  %  West led &f a. to correctly played wtU] •> J. H..i &f v/ would nave allowea nnn to hold the trick. As when Weil won the flnl CluO %  % %  %  ts to clear Hi* puTlner| After mi opemngbid Bast was marked lithTp Q and &f K i \ • K three more Club> log to discard two Hearii KM na Bpeda B -uth now led 4> 2, ind at %  ln| a Heari or a Diamond L ... St. Kilts Wins Football Series liart>*oDa Advocate CorrMpoutent > ra, St. Kilts football i was played at Warn. < :noon. During the lirst half. Mont was playing with Lfai downhill. The teams were apparently Well matched. Both I good forward line lombination. Ton mil Of St. Kitts nodded a u. % %  from Francis into Men; < it half time. St Kittl 1 and Montsetrat l). Play was still even uuung the second half, the ball btn... worked through. After 15 minutes. Montserrat evened up. St. Kilts' goalie tried to get to a loose running ball and b i hed it in. This game has been the %  st K by scoring a total of three goals in two games. TuK-of-War at two straight pull %  :rat two straight pul beet Antigua I Unfortunat: plagues the racing game > n. r nly uut owners ar.H J£_ aped. We h7 all over the plai InTv*, las reached most alarming proportu sponih .-• % % %  %  'he horse for the oti.. unas, LATTIMKK — \ NOT Mil.i: CASK The :nosl notable concerning Philip Latti; -,, a CMMZ but hardly any horses to ride. Consequently he had to accept7J of rides on inferior horses u t long before he ttadfe reputation for being one of the worst n ^ Ime i *awataa-he impressed nv to Traakal '.:"ugh he rode a few a %  ; ] rtft^ %  hen on the last day of the CI 'Mlheii the mare Storm's Gift and went out to run in the cjueen'ih Handicap, the last race ndioaek ilnish on the outside. Lattimer landi igu, ^Z of her stable companion Beacon Bright. From then hu naawi ^ht he jumped from .... ^.' .' i he ?*"!' pepen everaa He even geti a pcevli % %  o> %  . meetink %  -,-1 ing and even my coi i • ... .. ;i,iiiti-, i %  'as she a no good who ur.se not! Sin ., .'.. inrsB do Wl,r Take it earvtw THE GAUNTLET 1ND BEACON BRIGHT As I ,ve my friend ,j; ha.,to paper on the form ,, tt ^ He confirms my h>a( q-. %  *•-(.. on thend Beacon Bright was gaining on The i Utjrni not. v Not only does my corresp %  av-spajfc Beacon Bright beat Tl %  ^ '" lh place in aw een abii' untlet %  %  Iher beauM ' %  n \nma I %  ::%  %  %  %  WAVE* REST Hi ILIUM. R| P| i v i H>.N %  I him are thow.in es, and possiblyl Amis who won a race i • ,, %  0Ci) low. Inn the: all %  ,ii thane eenaff %  i li i better beginning I be Berbedoa Id %  .., .. %  %  BellS Will ix> goill^ .... ..tnuufk . : on the a il Hon. J. I). Chendler will also havi ither Wateo Ihe TinudaU L> I NEW Mobiloil NOW AVAILABLE in jtAKBMMIS • Makes Car Englnas a • Gives Beer Protection Against Wear. • Improves Car Performance. • Reduces Gat and Oil Consumption. • Prolongs Engine't Life. N. Mob.kj.li clnnlng pioparHas h4p kap your cor'l vital tngms parti (r of powe*atina dpo*irt. Claon piltom. rtngi. beanngv and volvtt giva .noximum l*Kincv. lasl lonaat. P. (.*•• %  • a.i.inf .la.l.r* • %  < I M.* cii m ,..' m i sraaasaM t. •• JMobiloilj WORLDS LARGEST-SELLING MOTOR OU.I biintBM UABDINI a %  Good mornings begin with Gillettl ...ll i *"^ aUOll SHOE* w.,, in* •*** link wnaTLook after your Man! Ha's a nun to be proud of, kaan. hard-working, devoted to you. But is he. perhaps, worktag a little bit too herd'' Does he look rather run-down? b he oB hie food' Sleeping badly' %  "liable and nervy sometimes ? Go to your chemist today %  get a boB> of PhyUoaa n 1st** Be sura that your hesbss* lekos two of the lablt* 'igularh three ttmes a ** before meals. You'll %  ooasi* what s uiilcier.ee tbey VACATOR %  trCe^OarkUd. (Wl ely), I t> -;: %  Lie -;.• % %  .. Sec thai he takes his PHYLLOSAN Uhlets three timej a day! sso -I




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    PARIS HOLDS MIDNIGH T|
    BATTLE OF TOOLS |
    170 Captured By Police |

    PARIS, April 15.
    WO SENIOR POLICE’ OFFICERS sustained serious
    head injuries in a Paris midnight battle raging in the
    glare of searchlights and the noise of sirens as 500 steel-_
    helmeted police and Republican guards battered through al
    gale of machine tools hurled by “last ditch” workers to get |
    ssion of a nationalised aircraft factory,
    An armoured car stormed the massive steel doors of
    the Kellerman Factory on the Southern limits o# Paris.

    —_— About 300 workers withstood

    I the siege behind packing cases
    ms | piled on top of each other.

    They used the factory sirens,
    ;tcar gas, water hoses, iron rods,
    ; bricks and anything else they |
    could lay their hands on against
    DJAKARTA, April 15. | the police in a battle which lasted
    East Indonesian rebel leader | ‘We sears: Bea ot

    tain Andi Abdul Azis, was roken glass littered the pave-
    Cap ed on arrival here from|â„¢ment this morning as scores of |
    arrest last night the Sultan of | 8Â¥ards with rifles and tear gas |
    feaabarte Indonesian Defence | ©44Pment patrolled the approach- |
    Minister, told Parliament today. | &:

    He said the Federal Government
    regarded Captain Azis decision to

    to Djakarta as “uncondi-

    tional surrender.”

    The factory, one of a chain of |
    Sneckma (National Society of |

    ‘Reuter’ learned that the rebel

    leader spent last night in the{

    Studies and Construction of Air- |
    military police barracks.

    craft), employed about 4,000 |
    Defence Ministry spokesman

    | workers,

    The Government intended to |
    - said preparations were continuing
    for an attack on the Captain’s

    dismiss provisionally 3,300 in line

    with a policy of re-organising all |
    nationalised aircraft factories.

    yebel force in Macassar, East

    Indonesia capital, which has been

    in their hands since April 5.

    Hundreds of civilians, awak- |
    ened by the sirens and the clam- |
    our, came into the streets to watch
    the night battle.

    Usually well-informed sourees| One worker went to hospital
    here said Captain Azis’ troops] With a fractured skull.

    would be “fighting mad” at the The police action was secretly
    turn of events. decided at yesterday’s Cabinet
    These sources added that the | meeting.

    About 50 workers escaped.

    About 200 workers barricaded
    themselves in the factory follow-
    ing an announcement by its Com-
    munist Action Committee that
    mass dismissals were about to take
    place.

    For more than two hours, they
    withstood this, about 800 police
    and security guards, pelting them
    }with bricks, bolts and metal
    | scraps,

    A private road leading to the
    factory was defended by a barri
    cade across which, at one stage of
    the battle, the workers projected
    a gas, resembling tear gas, be-
    lieved to be from gas cylinders
    used in the factory. The barricade
    was forced by a heavy police
    lorry.

    The Kellerman Works, belong-
    ing to the National Society of En-
    terprise of Aircraft Material Con-
    struction, has been threatened for
    months with partial or total clos-
    ure.

    Breaking through the road bar-
    ricade of girders and planks, the
    police entered the factory.

    About 50 workers escaped from
    the factory when the police en-
    tered but the remainder, about
    170, were taken to the Police
    Headquarters. b

    Later Republican syards ee

    parent P A the police in occupying the fac-
    | , lye,’ gees es. Leroy tory, which was littered with me-

    witnesses. A crowd’ of several|Chanical parts, beams and heavy

    7 ne , y k-
    hundred athere side | metal cases, dragged by the wor
    poole eathered outside ers to the doors as barricades.

    |

    ee ron Office to cheer tha} The prefecture, after interroga-
    The tall dark and beautiful 21 | tion, released all the workers ex-
    year old "Princess Cavhe is the | cept eight who were stated ° =
    second youngest of the Shah’s|not employees of. the factory.
    ten brothers and sisters, In the
    vew years since her schooldays,
    has won a worldwide reputa-

    for her charm, her flair for

    rebel leader would not have con-
    sented to come to Djakarta hid
    Lieutenant-Colonel Mokoginta,
    Federal Army Commander in
    East Indonesia, not given a
    guarantee, in the presence of
    United Nations observers, that he
    s would not return to Mepsacer |
    | within four days. |
    ’ —Reuter.



    Princess
    Ex-communicated
    For Marrying

    TEHERAN, April 15.

    The Persian Court to-day ‘“ex-

    communicated” Princess Faimeh

    Pahlevi, sister of the Shah for

    | martying abroad without her
    er’s permission.

    She was deprived of all royal
    prerogatives and all connections
    with the Shah’s family.

    The Princess married on Thurs--
    day an American student, 25 year
    old Vicent Lee Hillyer in’ tha
    Municipal Offices of the little
    Roman seaport of Civivavecchia in
    Italy,

    Great secrecy surrounded the
    wedding, and the bridgegoom’s





    Ten policemen were injured by
    missiles thrown from the windows
    and the roof of the factory and
    over the barricade. These included

    és and her unconventionality aT eee hen’ Neda

    iv hat ey - ? |heavy gear w heels, tubes, ds,

    Bollywood. Se he mate in and spare engine parts of all
    Before that, she toured the | Kinds. ey

    world’s capitals by plane because
    she had decided “to see he world
    for herself’—Reuter.,

    |

    2 Arrested |
    For Murder

    PARIS, April 15.
    Police today arrested two Indo-
    Chinese students, one of whom
    was stated to have confessed last



    § Two Will Repair
    ® Grenada ‘Phones

    (Barbados Advocate Correspondent)
    GRENADA, April 15.
    The badly criticised Grenada

    telephone system sees prospect of |night to the murder of wealthy
    repair with the arrival of two|Indo-Chinese rich merchant
    technical exper . .|Nyguyen Van Tan.

    Worth peris, Col. H. Blood The two men were described

    of the London headquarter’s
    | of Cable and Wireless and
    ey Smith of the Colonial

    — West Indian in an editorial
    appreciation states it is materi-
    tisation of a long awaited prac-
    action in the matter,
    tdless of the fact that the
    *y may not mean immeélate
    ementation of whatever plan
    decided. Also as everyone
    Ws that it is easier to move
    ound the capital to hold con-
    Bultations sometimes than contact

    as Ec Vo Van Tu, a student at
    Lyons, 25; and Ding Tam Ding Ta.
    Nyguyen Van Tan's family
    said the assassin had accused the
    merchant of treacherously sup-
    plying rice to the French forces
    in Indo-China. :
    Nyguyen Van Tan had porns veny
    several threatening letters since
    coming to France. Police said an!
    attempt to murder him had been
    made several months ago. They
    believed Eevo Van Tu had been
    | sent to France to kill the merchant ,

    by "ph and that his registration as student
    Th “ ini at Lyon’s was an alibi.
    ¢ Administrator previously ‘ —Reuter.

    admitted that telephones are the
    Aement's greatest headache.
    Val of the experts is evidence

    of the Colonial Office's pre-occu-
    Pation with the matter,

    enna



    Shoots Daughter,
    Wife And Self |













    3 Offic |
    : icials On | BERLIN, a a ee }
    ‘Pp Major-Genera ‘av Kvasii-
    Agriculture I our | sin emis head of wy Pheer
    sort Division of the sovie
    Barbados Advocate Correspondent Military Government in Ger -
    H GRENADA, April 15. many, committed suicide with
    iby Be # special tour of the| his family when Soviet menrts
    n to discuss agric al} caught him trying to escape t
    one are Mr. C. F. Clay CMG. Syreten. the West Berlin Paper
    for the al... Agricultural Adviser | reported today A hag
    Tampton ae of State; A. DeK “He was. stopped .s se
    the Came, ericultural Adviser to | Frontier Guards at ps ie -
    Velopmers ou of Culunial De-| near Stettin, where he hoped t
    3 ; on Welfare; W. A get 2 at for Sweden, a¢
    . Cc M.G Forestry Ad-| ¢ + he was we
    "he ne Secretary of State fort :
    ~Or ans et the Finance ‘ r
    Coun, il pl tthe Legislative| ng that he was |
    Cultura) "De SMeials of the Agri-| shot first his 15 year old daughter,
    BUests .5 q Pottment. They are] then his te : anally hin
    “ “0Vernment House. ! self,”
    —(By Cable). —Reuter.



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    KING the Carlton goalkeeper

    taking a high one from one of the Pickwick-Rovers forw

    football game at Kensington yesterday afternoon.

    Seretse Can See His
    Wife For Five Days

    BECHUANALAND, April 15

    Hail Greets
    W.L. At Lords

    LONDON, April 15,
    Hail preceded the West Indies
    cricketers” practice at Lords to-
    day and a bitter north-east wind
    made conditions unpleasant
    With the exception of Trestrail,
    who has measles, John Goddard





    |
    |

    {
    and Frank Worrell, all the players |

    took part and thoroughly RO 4

    themselves,

    fast bowler, and Alfred Valentine,
    left arm slow bowler, made their

    Hines Johnson, the ae

    first appearance.

    Again the batting was most im-|

    pressive, particularly that
    Everton Weekes. Johnson merely

    loosened up and contented him-

    ol

    the practice 13 players went to
    see the Chelsea ys Woiverhampton
    English Soccer League Match in
    London,

    — Reuter.

    Trestrail Down
    With Measles

    From Our London Correspondent
    LONDON, April 16.

    Members of the West Indies
    Cricket team are wondering, fol-
    lowing the removal to hospital of
    Ken Trestrail with measles
    whether there is any chance of the
    outbreak spreading.

    Many of them have
    previously had measles which
    though primarily is a childish
    complaint, can be picked up by
    adults.

    One player who will be keeping
    a special eye for any telltale spots
    in the next few days is Roy Mar-
    shall who shared a cabin with
    Trestrail on the trip over and who
    had the same room at the hotel.

    Last night, Marshall returned to
    the hotel after attending a show,
    he switched on the light in his
    bedroom and found Trestrail lying
    in bed. “Don’t come near me
    I’ve got measles,” Trestrail said
    and Marshall hopped quickly
    downstairs to get himself another
    room,

    Tonight McDonald Bailey and
    other members entertained the
    team at Albany Club—London’s
    exclusive sportsman’s headquart-
    ers. Among those present were
    Denis Compton, Eric Bedser, Alec
    Bedser and Jim Laker, all of whom
    will be playing against the West
    Indies this summer.

    —(By Cable)

    100,000 Flee

    Soviet Zone

    BERLIN, April 15.
    More than 100,000 Soviet Zone
    inhabitants have fled to West
    Berlin in the past 14 months, Frau
    Margaret Von Der Deken, head
    of the West Berlin City Adminis-

    not



    tration Refugee Office, disclosed
    here today.

    A total of 43,000 of these
    refugees has been _ granted
    recognition as political refugees

    and has been accepted in one of
    West Berlin's 38 refugee camps.

    The rest, who had returned to
    the Soviet Zone, are roaming
    West Berlin or West Germany in
    quest of work, food and proper
    treatment.

    self with a very short run. |

    |

    |
    |



    Most of the refugees claimed ‘o
    have fled the Soviet Zone for fear
    of conscription into the “Peoples
    Police” or into the Uranium
    mining area in Saxony, Frau Von
    Der Dexen said.

    --Reuter.



    More Jamaica
    Orange Juice

    For Britain
    KINGSTON, April 15.









    The British Ministry of Food
    has signed a 10-year contract to
    buy 2,750 tons of rated

    weet orange juice 1
    vearly. Jamaica

    250 On r
    ially against the present sup
    ply of 500,000 boxes. For the f
    year, a supply of 1,000 tons
    pected, gradually increasing
    the maximum is reached










    SERETSE KHAMA, 26-year-old exiled Chie! Design

    of the Bamangwato tribe,
    visit his white wife in the
    five days and on conditions.



    SPORTS
    WINDOW

    Spartan and Empire meet at
    Xensington tomorrow afternoon
    ir a First Division fixture. Spartan

    tus season have played four
    sames and have won three and
    drawn the other. Empire have

    played four games and have won
    three and lost the other.

    A single Point therefore
    Separrtes these teams. The tradi-
    tional rivalry that has always

    existed between these teams and
    the fact that they are only one
    puint apart at the head of the
    First Division League table should
    ensure a very +keen “game
    temorrow.

    Messrs. S, P, Musson, Son & Co.,
    Lid have donated a case of beer
    (84 bottles) to the winner of this
    mateh,

    The public are asked to |
    ct-operate by dntering the 6 cents
    enclosure at the gate next to God
    dard's kitchen garden if they are
    approaching Kensington from the
    Westbury Road side

    Those entering from Fontabelle
    Road should enter the enclosure
    behind the Kensington Stand.

    The George Challenor Memorial
    Stand will also be open to those
    people who want to sit there and
    they should enter by the gate at
    the back of the stand.

    lf everyone brings the entrance
    fee, entrance will be quicker and
    cusier,



    !

    POCKET CARTOON
    by OSBERT LANCASTER





    ‘ Nonsense, my dear Achmet!
    it’s been conclusively proved
    that they’re purely subiective
    phenomena, with no dasis
    whatever in scientific fact /"



    |
    GOVT. HOUSE GROUNDS |
    OPEN TO PUBLIC

    For the first time, as far as can
    be remembered, Government
    House Grounds weré opened to
    the general public free of charge
    yesterday evening from 4.30 until

    6 p.m.
    There was not much of a crowe.
    but those who attended listened

    to the Police Band under Captain
    Raison, and walked through the
    spacious grounds and lawns.
    Some people remembered whet
    Governor Newlands kept an At
    Home for the public, and when
    Governor Waddington opened the
    grounds to the public at a small

    ards in the



    ate
    today received permission t
    tribal capital of Serowe—for

    Seretse’s wife,
    former typist Ruth Williams, i
    expecting a baby next July. She
    had sent him a medical cert ficat
    that it was*‘imperative” he shoul
    see her at once.

    The High Commissioner fo
    Bechuanaland, Sir Evelyn Baring
    stated today that the perm't cov
    ered the period April 16 to 20,

    25-year-olk

    The statement added tha
    Seretse had given the followin
    assurances in writing

    1. He would infor.» the Dis
    trict Commissioner in Serowe
    personally on arrival

    2. He would not himself o1
    through any other agency d

    anything calculated to interfer:
    with good Govérnment.

    3. He would neither hold nor
    attend any meetings or public
    gatherings while in the Bam-
    angwato Reserve.

    Khama has also bee;
    informed that this permission
    liable to be withdrawn at an}
    time without notice if his conduct
    or that of his supporters, con
    flicts or threatens to conflict wit
    the requirements of certain ordei
    or Inter-State Government,” thi
    statement added

    Today permission was
    after days of wrangling over
    permit for Seretse return t
    tribal territory, despite the Br’ tis!
    Government's ban. Britain refus-
    ed to recognise Seretse as triba
    chieftain. because, according t
    official statements, his marriage t
    Ruth had caused dissension within
    the tr be

    Seretse

    grante

    to

    Reuter,



    Johannesburg-Rome
    BY JEEP

    ROME, April 15.

    Two South African pilgrims
    have arrived in Rome by jeep after
    a five-month journey across the
    full length of the African Conti-
    nent,

    A cinema proprietor, Karl Oel-
    berman, and a chemist, George
    Zyrns, both of German origin, set
    off from Johannesburg by jeep on
    November 24 last year,

    Earning money for their journey
    by screening films in the villages
    they passed, the two made their
    way across Rhodesia, Tanganyika
    Kenya, the Sudan and Egypt ur
    to Cyrenaica and across the Medi-
    terranean to Malta and Rome.—
    Reuter,

    Gave Secrets
    In Fun

    BAVARIA, April 15

    Gustav Adolph Mueler, a 19-
    year-old American Air Force cor-
    poral, told an American court
    martial here today that he had
    given secret documents to Ameri-
    can Counter [ntelligence Corps
    agents “in fun”.

    The accused, whose trial start-
    ed yesterday on charges of “at-
    tempted espionage in favour of a
    foreign power”, a'so said he
    planned to test the agents when
    he promised to obtain secret in-
    formation for them.

    His idea, he said, was (o have

    charge which went towards war! them arrested for receiving secret

    funds.

    documents.—Reuter



    China’s Famine Affects
    40,000,000 People

    7,000,000 In Most Serious Pli







    HONG HONG, April 15.
    Famine } ffecte 40,000,000
    t began

    oun da

    fficial ¢ nunist New

    aid Chen Y

    Premier and) =Chairr
    he Committee of Financial and

    ght





    Economic Affairs, gave this figur
    at.a meeting of e Pe Gov
    ernment State (
    » Thursday

    He adde li
    were still
    plight” in the f: ( Vhi
    covered 20,000.000

    Reuter.





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    _ A Challenge
    To Czech

    Clergy

    PRAGUE, April 15.
    A Suffragan Bishop in Slovakia
    has challenged the attitude of the
    ‘Czechoslovak Bishops who refuse
    ; to publish Chureh vacancies in the
    Government's “Gazette for Roman
    Catholic priests” as required by
    the new Church laws.
    refusal to use the “Gazette” is
    elieved to have caused the first
    disagreement within the Bishop’s
    Conference, which hitherto was
    apparently united in its opposition
    to the Church laws.
    The, Suffragan Pishop, Dr. Do-
    ert Iso Ozny, Vicar of the Church
    | of Roznavs in Slovakia, in a letter
    addressed to the Bishops and all
    Czechoslovak Ordinaries (higher
    Clergy) said that the Roznavs
    chapter has agreed with him that
    Church vacancies should be pub-



    lished in the Government “Ga-
    zette” but that his superior, Jan

    Votask, Roman Catholic Bishop in
    Slovakia had insisted that no use
    Should be made of the “Official
    Gazette.”

    Two newspapers to-day resum-
    ed the press attack against Roman
    Catholic orders.

    Lidove Novine said
    State Church office had

    that the
    continued

    to receive workers, resolutions
    describing the monasteries as
    “centres of hostile espionage”, the
    paper said the monasteries hac
    become “a superfluous relic.’ i
    The Bratislava newspaper aid |
    that all members of Roman!
    Catholic monastic orders ind }
    now to decide either to proceed
    on the road of anti-state activity

    or side with the people democracy
    —Reuter.

    Adenauer Regrets
    Incidents In
    Hamburg Trial

    BONN, April 15
    Adenauer, the West
    German Chancellor, to-day ex-
    pressed his “deepest regret” at
    anti-Jewish incidents in a Ham-
    burg Trial and at the defamation
    of the Jewish cemetery in Frank-
    furt this week. The Chancellor re-
    gretted that “there are still people
    in Germany—even if they are few

    who behave in such a shameful
    manner towards their Jewish co-

    Konrad

    citizens”, the Government Press
    Office stated
    The greatest part of the Ger-

    man people would agree with him
    that they had the duty “as Ger-

    mans and as Christians, to make
    g00d according to their powers
    the wrongs done to the Jewish
    people, and to react sharply to
    all such transgression” the Chan-

    cellor said

    At the trial in Hamburg yes-
    terday of the Nazis Film produce
    Viet Hlan for crimes against hu
    manity, police dispersed a crowd
    to protect the witness, Tnina Nie-

    hoff who was greeted outside the
    court building by shouts of “you
    Jewish swine, what do you want
    here?” Earlier this week, grave-
    stones in the Jewish cemetery at

    Frankfurt were overturned, be-
    lieved it was the work of children.
    Shortly before this, unknown
    persons stole more than 30 coppe1
    and bronze plaques from graves
    in Munich’s Jewish cemetery,
    Several similar cases involving
    the overturning of Jewish grave-
    stones in Bavarian cemeteries
    have been reported recently,
    —Reuter,

    The
    Danced
    WASHINGTON,

    President
    Chile ended a

    President

    April 15
    Gonzalez Videla_ of
    busy three-day visit

    to Washington with a reception
    to-day at the Chilean Embassy
    for students and other members

    of the Chilean colony

    The President was leaving by
    |}train this afternoon for New
    | York. He surprised most of Wash-
    | ington’s vigorous officials at
    }a gala reception last night by out-
    | dancing practically all of his
    guests, until 4.30 a.m

    —Reuter.

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    “Greater Bombay

    Scheme”

    BOMBAY, April, 15.
    | The Government of Bombay
    |Ruja Maharaj Singh to-day ir-
    augurated a “rreater Bombay
    scheme” acidiag to this city a4
    area of 100 square miles with a

    population of «bout 1,000,000.
    Under the new scheme this
    city becomes one of the six largest
    in the word with a population
    of over four million
    —Reuter.

    “QUAKE-PROOF”
    VILLAGES



    PALERMO, April 15
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    e built by the Itali Minist
    i TKS on the slopes ¢
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    Switzerland

    Will Hand Over To Baudouin



    BRUSSELS, April 15.

    ;_,XILED KING LEOPOLD told the Belgian
    people to-day in a broadcast that if Parliament
    restored him to the throne he would temporarily

    If Parliament Approve:

    Prince Baudouin.
    Broadcasting to his

    return, after a month’s

    He said in a recorded eight-
    minute speech made in his luxu-
    rious Lakeside villa near Geneva
    that he would temporarily trans-
    fer prerogatives to his son“ at any
    moment chosen by the govern-
    ment”.



    KING LEOPOLD

    He hoped this solution would be
    ‘accepted with calm and _ the
    agreement of all’.

    In, his breadeast, the King told
    his nation:

    “My dear fellow countrymen, it
    is with deep emotion that I ad-
    dress you to-day,

    “My first words are to be once
    again words of thanks to the na-
    tion for having given proof to me

    of their confidence, and having
    expressed their will by their ma- |
    jority that 1 should resume the
    exercise of my prerogatives.” |

    This was a reference to the na-
    tional referendum held on Mare!
    12, when 57.6 per cent of thos«
    taking part voted fer his return. |!

    Satisfaction

    “The satisfaction which I feel,
    however, cannot allow me to for-
    get those who on March 12
    deemed it impossible to give m«
    this mark of confidence Here |
    the King lowered his voice, and
    went on; “I am forced to conclude |
    that if Belgian opinion in its ma- |

    jority considers that an end should

    be put to the crisis affecting our

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    transfer his Royal Rights to his 19-year-old son

    nation for the first time

    in 10 years, the exiled monarch put forward in a
    firm, clear voice his solution to the problem of his

    crisis, in which Belgium

    has been without a government.

    Belgian listeners looked at each



    other in bewilderment. They
    hardly recognised the voice. The
    King continued: “For long weeks
    the crisis has been dragging on
    between the parties, which have
    not been able to work out a sol
    ‘tion. From various sides I have
    been assured that it depend



    them to create the possibility for
    this
    In a voice

    less grave



    continued: The pr.ncipal erit «
    a constitutional VMionarchy, to
    which the great of t
    Belgian remain ched, is
    place the chief of state out

    ind above political parties, in

    der to allow him to fulfil the

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    taking an 1 litical
    nature without the approval of a
    responsible government.’

    The King’s voice took on not
    of emphiz fi ent I
    vie « vity of
    tion I do not feel J in v 1
    making the suggestion which
    expected of 1e

    “I ask the whole of the Bels
    people to listen to this su
    tion, with the desire to restore
    among themselves a real under-

    standing, an understanding which
    will be realised only through re-
    spect for law and with the sin-
    cere wish for a loyal, mutual un-
    derstanding,

    “Democracy is not regime
    built on authority, but on the ad-
    herence of citizens institu-

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    ly established
    This mea that Der rac

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    j respect for law and the accept
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    ereignty

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    aim of making the wish of tl
    majority triumph and suring the
    minority that its right vill
    respected

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    vites me to resume the exerci
    of my constitutional prerogatives,
    my duty is to accept the c

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    J TO-DAY TO TUESDAY at 5 & 8.30 Daily i and last Summer he was Scenic bik 4 — E poet 5 sats cant cimaly, the e =a
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    A ' assacn a on anty 5 arba Ss y “A. yester
    7 in " } setts during the season which Mrs. ANTHONY EDEN, second from left, was among those ares pau se: eat tee, aaa A ee e ‘am
    : = ‘a! i alk ing yards the plane SOI cami: Mrs sta 1ugh
    Deadly is the Keomale ' when be temaehed ca Rea Cask day enroute to Bermuda. She is seen here walking toward I Rev. B. N.Y. Vaughaig’ By
    ~ , ‘ \ he appeared in an off Broadway passenger: the part of Joan, the Ing} quis)
    WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY 5 & 8.30 p.m. { production of aon io ue ad Alberta and Miss Audrey dering of spirituals fascinated Married at St. Ambrose pi: wet See Rev.¢
    \ . 3 . algary. he i and Miss / ey 7 ate Say é y
    " 0 Grish Rose” aa ee naan fré Lethbridge Al- Antiguans best of all. ae ie SATURDAY evening last mainly taken by st an "ees
    Ue 4 )) Tobacco Road. Thompson from Lethk T.C.A., companist was Mr. Walter Cham- N ee Re é udents,
    N Even before he came here he per ull employees of eed Antiguan week at St. Ambrose Church, Taking part in the Court gp
    SS had heard of the Bridgetown Play- y from Canada by wae a Foun is the guest of Mr. Oscar Chase, son of Mrs. Irene are various ladies of the j
    ers, and since his arrival he has to 1d one week in Bar- Miss Fa . T. Smith. Next Chase of Upper Bay Street was comprising Mrs. Peggy le
    al tein aati oo become so interested in their work Timmons and Miss Rev. and Mrs. Cc. ee ee ced to Miss Millicent Snaggs, Mrs, Majorie Mellor, Mrs, Kathie
    ——— enemy that he 2 directing their * i iota a -iteiets Le ne peg barrage bai ana on daughter of Mr. Cecil Snaggs of Sayer, . Mrs. Dorothy Ortén a
    “Rebece: which ope bs. + thers are guests at t Me s Mie . : Ne > 5
    AQUATIC CLUB CINEMA (Members Only) i 9g The ees on Ma. r M | Ae tae Tuesday she goes to St. Kitts. St. pean uiet one, was asi Glad ee B
    Hace an he , ne Marine ter her performances there Miss . The ceremony, a quie » was a o be Ba
    NIGHT at 8.30 t The role h th After her performances : ; ; : ee _ A. Melville, “ 1c
    TO-NIGHT TO MONDAY x players are cast in be ays, sui Faulkner is coming to Barbados. ee eee R. JO8 Pn Soe Chi
    PARAMOUNT presents each one very well. Rehearals are x assisted by} Tae an aaa ; oO rinidad and a repre
    F Pp } held three times per week at the For Five Months The bride who aoe oe ~ ative of the Northrop and ted
    BOB HOPE and LUCILLE BALL Masonic Hall in Belleville and BOUT a year and, a half ago marriage by Mr. Alexanc € : a Hest Co., Ltd. of Toronto, Canada,
    i in every Sunday at the Empire Mrs. F. N. Rose, and her wore > dress ‘ ee Tae an arrival from Trinidag
    | 1380 ( a i ae vho are from cut on Princess lines. - ri B.W.LA. on Thurs< lay evenin,
    | -“§ OWFEFUL JONES i Here for Three Weeks daughter Jean WwW ote + of Quest Alifie’s lace f
    ‘ I , rn ols arrive arbados and a bouquet of Que two weeks’ visit and i
    SOR t r | HREE attractive young ladi Bagiand, -ertived Fi ae i ster and anthurium lilies and was at- > Hast Hotel. a
    aE have settled here, living at Minster and ¢ ’ ‘ss Thelma Mitchell, the Hastings Hote
    ] with WILLIAM DAMEREST—BRUCE CABOT—THOMAS from Port of Spain, d House, Marine Gardens. wee Bie cp Rel a aie on A regular visitor to the jj
    } GOMEZ—and introducing MARY JANE SAUNDERS } ereen Play by By Bante off the B.W.LA. ‘plane yes Yesterday Miss Jean Rose left ber Shap Drone aac Mr. Assing told Carib yestag
    ’ ; Senne 0 06 Kins by Bowne at Seawell. They were, by T.C.A., for Canada en route dress of temo f bestman were}that he was very glad to he
    SPECIAL MATINEE: TUESDAY, APRIL 18TH at 5 p.m. \ Joceline de Labastide, Mi do Wcend GA & five moathe visit Che aust, * | ee and was looking forward j¢
    } ee ee ae \ Stell ” They . t ie f a Her mother was at the airport to nae "tescane Ohaes other very pleasant visit hen
    { > They re ere Oo hree ? - rother, Mr. F: ne are ‘
    {i : ing HUMPHREY BOGART—JAMES CAGNEY— Stelle. 1ey alr 1e1 { : see her off v0 ’ fore going on to some of theg
    h Starring s )) | weeks on holiday and stayil! d s ol. a
    ROSEMARY LANE { thoema'*: oaxies , tah Te Corenae land
    i Also “BEHIND THE BIG TOP” H| B.W.LA. Staff News 600 Feet of Colour Film R. AND MRS. CLEMENTI
    [ i A 2-reei short in Technicolor Showing Barnum and Bailey’s i R. OLIVER JOHNSON re- R. — Mrs. R. M. Simpson LEWIS jn i ; sada SKELETON
    f )) Cireus ts turned yesterday by B.W.LA M + > yable three recently via rinidad a €) pend-
    | if [rinidad and resumes | oe om aes liew Hotel, ing a short holiday here. Mr. Lewis CROSSWORD
    npn || | ; =U SL ERuCRO a é ; weeks at the Ocean View Hotel, ing ith C.P.LM.. in Curacao, and
    = — SS > ee y < s oO uperinter en - Seek, erlmes y s y «iV. € av, S
    | see | pation at Station Super inonet eure to Canada vesrdny_ 0 it Wi CPT, fn Cute, Fe
    ~ Re ———~ j — ~ ‘ Se sae ; “aia TCA Mayor -of Aingrior-On= (hey Wels ea :
    } 5 ROXY { for just a rae = a me tario, Mr. Simpson is also Genera! Waters, W orthing. rT]
    pants ' , pa a iis ong eg slon Suet.) a: Sen Manager f Canadian Public Saw Flying Saucers
    WAKE kemginnepmecdiaatietin gon doe yy ny oR Bes Booth Co RS. MARION HORN, and he: _
    d Z 7e s place. Mr. srek en- ? e > 2 h
    i Small Prvemts ina ae oaane over from Trit During his stay here he has mother Mrs. Annie see
    . POUR vas Operations Officer, and Derel ee ecia taken over six hundred feet of were among the passengers , |
    " isto” it is understood will shortly b« MISS FAULKNER colour film and he is going to edit ing for Canada yesterday by T.( 7
    VE Son of Monte Cristo returning to Trinidad. it and send it to Mr. H. C. Collier Mrs, Horn was one of the guests at
    ' HO. 4 Left for Montreal Anegadan a Coming and also show it to many of his pesbiade Sika dasa She :
    ciehinies | <0 IN ENAGAD ‘anadian friends. s Pani, 7° a !
    7 T Iss ANNA LENAGAN, ere Canadiz : and, Mrs. Roact
    ‘ MODERN Louis HAYWORD: Joan BENNETT daughter of Major and Mrs 1 j British W I the R Cc A F ageigge ae ‘Canada to wait ,
    1 5 . Golf Club ORN \negada, Br sh as In CAF. s ay angoe. tl :
    i Bm , George SANDERS } } Denis Lenagan of the Golf Clu B \ Bh is a trained . ho is her other daughter. They hav |
    , FROM EK J ERY j ; ? | #Road left yesterday by T.C.A., fol wey » and . * mes R. J. R. MCLEOD, w been here for the past six montis.
    ¥ Swords wh in the night.... |} 3 J 2s to live { 4. is Miss Gracita 1 his Eng- beer
    Swords Flash in € gh . sre she hepes to liv »m Toronto anc IS g °
    Montreal, where st pe , bon sides fre I Last Night |
    ; a i / 7 Kh fl “aie Komance rides with danger Her parents, sister Katy A. ee , Phot % att diar oe ee ee ree or AST NIGHT 8 15 o’cloc!
    ELVEN I many of her friends were at Sea- -hx | ner west Indlan c.A. Mr. McLeod, when he re- iF ST NIG a 15 o'clock
    — well to see her off, a he Convent tunns from leave has been she over the Local Broadcast, M1 |
    fone rs Re ae * 5 Si H ‘t. Johns, Antigua te. ffice Manager of the Q, S, Coppin, Sports Editor of the ; ;
    : is Is the Lady moted to Office Mar Pe. ne eee hte LUES ACROSS
    In the Modern House an attractive Bathroom is an ’ >Eg’ R = ANCES McGILL, wh efor owe anaes T.C.A. Branch in Chicago, During ‘Barbados Advocate’ gave the firs 1h Sag nae 7” revol :
    Ol ¥ ME i¢ | D hs the p ih Bus. tine ne VI Gt t Faulkner, tall, the ‘war he was with the R.C.A.F. of a series of fifteen-minute talks, Stage? (two words). |
    essential feature, and to get this you need the nicest has been staying at the Hasting was attired snd spent some time in England. “The Week’s Sport in Review 6. Mineral with & Bit of mail >
    \ DAY Man. 4.30 and 8.4 Hotel returned to Canada yestet 1 a be wn of white tull They will be here for two weeks This is the See of a re sé. faves of fair expanse
    \ » abs G-M Double day by T.C.A. en route to Regina me _ dois and are staying at Cacrabank. z see tataries at this time — 12. emaieh letter in the wie) a
    | , sre she li eces were chose rom very Sz ay é s tim = aoe 4 #8
    Let us show vou or new stock of Robert TAYLOR, Audrey TOTTER W we p Roy Mackensie ho is Hanae Purcell 1 Bach and First Visit Dj ; SM OF fa row
    in also from Regina Worse De were. x61 aah ERORL: SORE ERE for two weeks and stay- R For ny ane geo HAs 1 Boose te aes to” the hi ‘
    ‘ v . “rs ".C.A., offices there. She arrived i . ‘ _— liew tel, ‘ oO USLOI ertain cavairymen?
    @ Pedestal Basins @ Tooth Brush Holder : , » Sogee ‘aboot panied Di ; ‘ ere more ing at the Ocean View Bae M Texas and New York and 16. the ates int all the jal f
    | “HIGH WALI Le eh ean 1 . oie are , are Mr. and Mrs. N. A. B. Fair, : ) ‘ Ri Fries alia
    . » Mirr x 48.8, McGill on her return home yester- eee. See re from Ottawa. Mr. Fair representative of the Gulf Cot 10 Pec br BW ech a
    @ Bath Curtain Rails | @ Shaving irrors day. Dr. McGill told Cari Thi ; ( Loveliest of ° . are ae Manager of E. B. Poration, is now back in Barbado ter. a
    3 j ho sold me! W : . ' renereé a ane : : j 1 sh Word held itn untveti
    aie is the young lady w ld Sea Moods" is Ge a G ny. This is to discuss with the Government sores ;
    osistcagete | ao } see AI TCA Staff ord Sat vlait te maibedion but the possibility of obtaining an "| sir D1 eference is sald ,
    5 oer ui ea 1eir : é e as . any te adies. :
    asd , \ ' " All T.C.A. Sta The lz ff the programme cu e visited the W.I. before, concession for his company ike of Belial, s
    Towel Rails \| @ Toilet Paper Holders WORDS and MUSIC ISS A TIMMONS and M ; f songs by Schumann, they have vam ad the W. rn, Oueeale hheee, | 3 of Beliaie '
    e h g visited Nassau and s
    | Tavender from Vanc Stra ind Grieg but without wet og : He said that he would also b« 6. But the ne ve thes ae
    | with “Miss F 3 Bt f t Faulkner’s ren- muda. onferring with Hon'ble N. E CT '
    | B.C., Miss Frances Burk« ny d Mi ‘ co & ee ES DOWN (
    | Mickey ROONEY, Perry COMO nel Tanner, the Canadian Oil Expert 1. No Pros tah lL. ms f
    | pana 7 ie who arrived here sometime age travels on his tee Taam ¢
    . Y r / 5 to advise the Government on their cee ;
    oe. BY THE WAY 2 8eacucomeer ce |
    C y future oil development policic 3. Purveyor of nonsense?
    \ . Ky Mr. Bishop arrived from New A ae eae ae -
    —s rn ag a . 911 YC TJ > , , a .
    Ra I i t it the message for the laundresses Of york via Trinidad by B.W.LA is one of their functia
    Ante manage! f ae Z io . eferred to California.” few days ago and is staying at the e| He unt ards, ¢
    4 ; » their ne, a Ocean View Hotel. his ,
    ; han c ROSH WEREE 0 Eee 7 hans. in the: fOvex Lady Beaten By Mouse : | 8 k in the AckeAdk if
    r Americ: visitors « t ’ ‘ ‘ hs sad B k f H i: | ain in the
    ho t f nausts “ : ac rom ome eave 10. ry a pain in :
    Paris. One of them is pl ; ’ i fa wale .cf { READ that “the old-fashioned bei a t 11. It an age to stil
    what he calls a super-cabar htc ‘5 indi thes mouse-trap is out of date.” ‘eae ee 14, Biot ty
    has approached the Filthistan these Po ae eae Perhaps it is the cheese that is ta Sittin re ee arn a 16. Bit of. exercise.
    \ Trio Gee, Folks out oi date. I know a mouse—not Le eae et, oe * 19. The facts may be got fod
    * These three rascal a er picture n American to speak to, of Ccourse—whose shail ari te oO eet anc G abled. aie
    hitherto wrecked every ed ¢ an air landlady used to bait her trap ‘gla ‘a a a 5 by th : bottle-was
    { which they have taken part line Piles Of with very good Brie, and leave *8489d On. « MAUEY last Pan 21. Bob hus a short drink
    » tnd 4 m tl . Dutch S.S. Helena”. He w a cert. i
    ‘ truth being that the moae* a glass of port beside the trap. ©U' ariled be his wife and-Iitti 22. Sounds as if 1t’s 1 oo
    t “annot be incorporated em : The mouse drank the port first, fence Ca ‘ ‘ oi wite and HMUCi¢ duck!
    programme, owing t ( ! d 3 y and staggered towards the Brie “an te pe ia Carib that
    ebullience and impudenc California, How She Comes! Simply by being so unsteady on , Mr. =r, land iy utes aa |
    manager has suggested tha IMSI SLOPCOKNER spent his feet, he got the cheese with- found eee wine ee: SES
    ’ seesaw should be crowd 1 M : r clothes, out being caught. The lady then W@S ih , Rlect ea 7 wy. BO
    beautiful girls before the Pet crusade.| put the glass of port in the trap, _ we a men gi. " ene pie 7
    get to work on it, and Fortu the ment jand left the cheese outside. The De Said erat Wee ree oe t fe
    { girls should dismot ved she hac ad| mous e ate the cheese first, and ne ope ane — d t ab : $
    : and dance a seesi ; model” «¢ ack to} then went for the port. The trap gg y soe a i lowever glad
    ! while the plank is occupied | sai ire spared the usual] whanged down, smashing the glass t@ be back in 3arbados.
    1 P SI s taking|and spilling the port. The mouse On Vacation
    1 he wringer and drier, jlapped up the drink and then HE Misses Barbara, Jean and
    BEAUTY DEMONSTRATION | esen e Mayor of Kiry’s 8| climbed out of the trap over the Joan Singh of Trinidad,
    hur t eM of Demo-' broken glass which had wedged daughters of Mr. Percival Singh,
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    be svaged by Mis 3S Bert a - rs » ' ngle section at} lady gave it up and left the food Theatres in the West Indies, and
    of the Dorothy Gray ore ne ‘on{the Bibney St. Vitus Excelsior j@na drink in a corner, There the cousin to Mr. Maurice Jones
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    RICHARD TODD MEETS PERIL IN

    HOLLYWOOD

    And Burst Their

    Favourite Bubble

    From Frederick Cook : New York.

    D TODD, sailing for
    2, stmggoel home soon after
    i his first picture in
    erica, is taking with him some
    jefinite ideas on Hollywood.
    ome place is only a village, he
    s. People talk too much,
    aol jally about other people and
    their private affairs. The gossip
    columnists are a daily hazard,
    The weather is wonderful, put
    ji the stories about turning out
    snasterpieceS in half the time we
    take just is not true. tl
    “One gets to work at the samo
    time as in England,” he said to-
    “Making-up takes just as
    Jong and the filming moves along
    at the same speed, } a
    “Fyrom the actor's point of view,
    there isn’t.the slightest difference
    between a British studio and an
    American.”

    Caught both ways

    Todd found it was all too easy
    to “put one’s foot in it” in Holly-
    wood. “The place is just an over-

    wn village,” he said. “Too
    many people know and talk far

    too much about other people’s
    iness.
    mit one makes the slightest

    faux pas it is seized on by some
    columnist and spread abroad. If
    you deny it, you make it worse.
    If you don’t, everybody believes
    sey
    ss his first Hollywood picture,
    Lightning Strikes Twice, with
    Ruth Roman, Todd plays a
    Western rancher of Irish-Spanish
    descent. ’

    He found the hardest part of
    the job learning to ride well on a
    Western saddle.

    The Horses xet

    “One thing it did teach me,” he
    said. “I have often thought
    horses badly treated in Western
    films—I’ve seen them pulled up so
    suddenly as to rear back on their



    are sensitive, and with the slightest
    touch on the bit they know what
    to do and do it—and how!

    “l'@ often wondered how the
    man racing into town did that
    dismount at full gallop. I’ve had
    to learn. But what amazed me
    was the way in which the horse
    itself is trained to come to a full
    stop the moment he feels the
    rider’s weight lifted off the saddle.
    In England, if you tried to dis-
    mount that way, the horse would
    keep right on going— and you'd
    end up in a heap with some
    broken bones,”

    Car trouble

    Two things did bother Todd and
    his wife—the absence of a good
    cup of tea and the way in which
    restaurants and shops maintain
    parking men to jump into your
    car the moment you arrive and
    drive it round the back for you.

    “This worried me a lot at first,”
    said Todd. “I’d hate to have a
    stranger drive my British car.
    Here, of course, they are. all
    standardised. If you can handle
    one, you can handle them all.
    After a while, I got used to it.”

    From Broadway—

    JUDY HOLLIDAY, whose
    court-room scene was the hit of
    the film Adam’s Rib, is to be
    Starred in a movie version of
    Born Yesterday, the comedy in
    which she was one of last years
    outstanding Broadway successes,
    Here is a girl who will be figuring
    among the Oscars one day.

    —And to Broadway

    Claire Luce, who has been ap-
    pearing here on television, is
    postponing her return to the West
    End for the starring role in a new
    Broadway play With a Silk
    Thread, to open next month. She
    will play the part of an actress







    ——_.

    Judy Holliday will figure among



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    haunches and the reins jerked who retires from the stage to
    with what looked like brutal marry a doctor but decides after
    roughness. all that her heart belongs before

    “| have now found out these the footlights. Author Elsa CLAIRE LUCE IN SHOPPING
    Western ponies are trained #or Shelley will stage the play he West End return postponed Podd and wife in Hollywood.
    sudden response. Their mouths —L.E.S.

    eviewers, on the whole, use ‘a tery melodrama,
    aves sparingly, but it At the Cinema : nd Donna
    would certainly be no exaggera- ction takes place
    tion to say that “TWELVE ae background of
    O'CLOCK HIGH,” now playing at 12 O’CLOCK HIGH ( ewspaper world vs.
    the Empire Theatre, is a most ay deals with the
    outstanding war drama. It con- épor to piece to-
    cerns the first struggles and grim B ¢ B young and
    efforts on the part of the U.S. iy ° . lead. from
    Army Air Force to prove the i ‘ ; i tene-
    efficiency of daylight bombing on Offset by an underlying sensi- of special mention are thé e atrival
    Germany, during the early pait tivity and dry humour. Suppor:- of the planes in action which er en
    of World War Il. It is a picture ing him as the Major is Dean were taken by the U.S. Ari and
    that is fraught with tense drama, Jagger, whose humourous phil- Air Force during actual air ¢ : mes
    emotion, humour and _ excite- OSsophy and occasional alcoholic bats with the Germans during ti mi about
    ment, lapses are not only amusing but last war. Films captured fro ] ) tior re

    Supply the right vein of lightness the Germans, showing th« p vs ‘

    The story concerus a general required in a film of this kind. truction of American plan¢ ‘

    in the U.S. Army Air Force, wha
    replaces a fellow officer ana
    friend as commander of a bomb-
    ing group, and his superhuman
    efforts to snap the men out of
    the mental and physical fatigue
    which has overtaken them, due
    to continual raids over Europe.
    In his endeavours, he becomes
    a strict disciplinarian, “> such an
    extent that every pitot in the
    group requests to be vransferred.
    Playing for time before the re-
    quests are finally put through, he
    Successfully whips the group into
    shape — after which he himsellt
    Suddenly cracks under the terrific

    » strain.

    In the role of the General,
    Gregory Peck gives one of his
    finest performances. His portrayal
    tarried conviction, and his ap-
    parent inhumanity was _ skilfuliy



    Hugh Marlowe, as Lt. Col. Gate-
    ly, the weakling in the group who
    is finally vindicated, and Gary
    Merrill as Col. Davenport, who
    is transferred from his command,
    both contribute emotionally
    cere portrayals of the characters,

    sin-

    and Millard Mitchell as General
    Pritchard is dignified and con-
    vincing. All in all, there is a

    splendid cast, including the mem-
    bers not mentioned here, and the
    emotions, actions and reactions
    as portrayed by the cast, both in
    the group and individually, are
    completely natural and human
    with the result that the audience
    is removed from the sphere of
    film “make believe” into that of
    strict reality.

    The settings tor ‘Twelve
    O’Clock High” are all realistical-
    ly produced, Particularly worthy

    also used, and it is interest

    know that this is the
    these pictures have ev
    released to the public.

    The music played. during
    tain sequences of the fil
    tributed greatly to creatir
    atmosphere desired This
    particularly successful

    commencement of the
    the Major, on holiday in Er
    returns to the airfield to
    minisce, and in hi
    again the songs the men u
    sing.
    Finally,

    there is a
    atmosphere,
    must go the

    Ly v ‘

    throughout — the
    genuinely th
    credit
    expert

    for

    aurecti¢

    Henry King.
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    OT! No rum for the West Indies Cricket team? The news that

    the Customs officials in England had seized ninety-six bottles of
    rum which had been placed on the “Golfito’” by admirers of the West
    Indies team received much prominence both in the English and West
    Indian Press.

    I perhaps sympathise more deeply with the West Indies Team
    than many people since I am not entirely a teetotaller and have spent
    a few years on the Continent. One must admit that the Customs
    Officer observed the letter of the law in this respect but what of the
    spirit of the law ?

    PLAY CRICKET
    S' RELY it could not be considered that the members of the team
    would attempt to sell the rum if they were allowed to land it
    and so deprive the Customs of their rightful revenue in this connection.

    It has not been entirely unknown in the past that the baggage of
    regardless of what it contains is immune from the red
    the Customs

    touring teams,
    tape of
    One old intercolonial cricketer,
    ber of the community said that a touring cricket team was regarded

    as unofficial ambassadors of goodwill and as such they were entitled

    a prominent and popular mem-

    to diplomatic privileges as far as such things as rum, flying fish, sugar
    were concerned.
    TWO FIVE-GALLON TINS.

    time when as a member of the Barbados team that

    sauce

    and pepper

    E gecalled the

    toured British Guiana to take part in the regular triangular
    intercolonial tournament there, the members of the team carefully
    cleaned tw tins that contained kerosene oil and then



    filled ther






    They i to the Customs officials with their tongues in their
    cheeks that contained “oil for use on the bats.” This explana-
    tion was off accepted but on arrival at the hotel a delegation
    of the British Guianese Customs Organisation visited them forearmed
    with the necessary sodas, gingers and cokes

    NOT HOT AT ALL
    HE confiscation as well of a sack of sugar and a carton of gramo-
    phone records and calypsoes by the Customs officials cannot be
    construed to constitute a very warm welcome for the team. However,





    SUNDAY ADVOCATE

    CARLTON DEFEATS
    ROVERS 4-0

    CARLTON completely outplayed Pickwick-Rovers in their
    First Division Footbal] Fixture at Kensington yesterday
    afternoon to win the game, their first for the season, by

    four goals to love.

    The Carlton front line, ably led by “Brickie” Lucas com-
    bined nicely to score two goals during the first period and
    the other two in the second half.

    4)

    Mohawk Wins
    At Yesterday’s
    Yacht Races

    “Mohawk”, owned by Dr. David
    Payne and skippered by ‘Bob’
    Cumberbatch carried off the In-
    termediate Race at the Sixth Re-
    gatta of the R.B.Y.C. which was
    held at the Aquatic Club yester-
    day evening. Unfortunately “Mo-
    hawk” turned over after passing
    the winning flag and had to be
    towed to the crane at the Aquatic
    Club Pier where it was docked,

    Coming second in the Interme-
    diate Class was John Hunte’s
    “Eagle” which was skippered by
    Michael Mayers. Third position
    went to “Clytie”, owned and skip-
    pered by Sydney Nurse.

    John Toppin’s “Mischief”, skip-
    pered by his son Stanton, carried

    off “B” Class honours. A keen
    battle was witnessed between
    “War Cloud”, owned and skip-

    pered by Jack Badley, and “Reso-
    lute”, owned by Owen Burke and
    skippered by his brother Ham-
    mond, for second place. “War
    Cloud” however reached the flag
    a length ahead of her rival.

    “Astra”, owned and skippered
    by Milton Tucker won the “C”
    Class Race. Father Hopkins’ “Hi

    Ho” followed in second position

    these things happen and one cannot fight the letter of the law while “Wizard II”, owned and
    However, a little vision would have smoothed things over and skippered by Jim Jones was third.
    certa would not have created any undue drain on the British “D” Class honours went to
    Exc 5 “Rainbow”, owned and skippered
    ae ae rs i i : by Dermot Bynoe. Coming sec-
    The decision by the Board of Management of the Barbados Cric ket on was “Sinbad”, saedea ena
    Association accept the proposals made by the British Guiana skippered by Lionel Baggott while

    Cricket Board of Control to stage the Barbados-British Guiana Tourna-
    in Se r-October, 1951 is extremely baffling to me

    Mr. E ien, West Indies selector has offered the suggestion
    that Brit Barbados in September-October this

    in of gaining their

    ment







    Guiana should play

    year order to give new players an opportunity

    BRITISH GUIANA OBJECT
    GUIANA objected to the proposal pointing out that
    till be

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    objection
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    ccepted now as gentleman's

    West

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    be staged in order to afford

    e for ers wl vould not otherwise be given the opportunity

    pective islands f
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    nidad-Barbado olonial

    the West Indie team to
    had

    1949

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    attitude should receive no report

    am surprised that it could have



    the legislature for a loan

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    i Phe er i Ww a record one an aw one of the
    I ye t Ke gton for ny eal I share the viev
    t i the first half of the
    Part and with a smart short
    ne dominated the play for ter part of the first half
    SPARTAN DRAW WITH TEN
    ry the indying credit, Spartan, who suffered the loss
    I : left full ck te inute half
    vith the Everton team
    production of some extremely

    game Chey

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    four goals to le iriton sh
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    during the game, a match for Carlton
    REFERE NEED RESPECT

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    “Olive Blossom”, owned and
    skippered by Winston Hassell was
    third

    Results were

    ‘B’ Class: 1, Mischief; 2,
    Cloud; 3, Resolute.

    Intermediate Class : 1, Mohawk;
    2, Eagle; 3, Clytie.

    War

    ‘C’ Class: 1, Astra; 2, Hi Ho; 3,
    Wizard II F
    D’ Class : 1, Rainbow; 2, Sinbad;

    3, Olive Blossom.



    Champs Meet

    news our Belize Correspondent)

    ROY “TERROR” CADLE, Light-
    weight champ of British Honduras
    and former Lightweight champ ot
    Arizona, USA, was sent to the
    canvas for the count in the middle
    the second round last weex
    when he met Simon Lucas, British
    Honduras Welterweight champion,
    at Majestic Theatre,



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    rank and file of the crowd who perhaps de not

    a bladder in the ball.

    On the other hand players who are expected to know
    so incite the crowd after

    resentment and

    against them





    Lucas scored two of the goals
    while Reynold Hutchinson and
    Warren each scored one.

    The game was only about five
    minutes old when Lucas got the
    ball from mid-field and after
    beating his way down, beat Hill
    with a left booter which went
    into the far corner of the nets

    Pickwick-Rovers now made an
    attack, but Mike Foster missed the
    upright with a powerful shot from
    outside the area.

    Carlton took over but missed an
    opportunity to put themselves fur-
    ther in the lead when Warren ‘cen-
    tred from the right wing and the
    inside men fumbled.

    Pickwick-Rovers launched an-
    other attack on their opponents’
    goal but King saved and Wells,
    who was still on the run, kicked
    out.

    Pickwick-Rovers pressed for the
    equaliser and were given two
    corners in quick succession but
    nothing resulted.

    It was not long after this that
    Carlton got their second goal.
    Warren on the right wing, after
    receiving from one of his halves,
    cut in and beat Hill with a lovely
    shot.

    The Pickwick-Rovers goal had
    a narrow shave when Lucas tried
    a hard one from outside the area,

    but Hill turned it around the
    corner.
    Pickwick-Rovers tried to de-

    crease this lead and from one of
    their forward movements, Taylor
    centred accurately from the left
    wing, but Williams, the Carlton
    full back, headed out.

    Shortly before the interval,
    Pickwick-Rovers were given a
    free kick when goalkeeper King
    carried, but nothing resulted.

    On resumption Pickwick-Rovers
    were first on the offensive and
    Davies sent in a tame shot which
    King had no difficulty in saving.

    Carlton then missed a good op-
    portunity wren Warren, after out-
    running the Pickwick-Rovers full
    back, lost control and kicked out
    with only the goalkeeper to over-
    come.

    immediately afterwards, Croney
    at inside left for Pickwick-Rovers,
    after receiving a good kick by
    Foster, kicked out what looked a
    certainty.

    Pickwick - Rovers were
    pressing and kept the ball in their
    opponents’ area for sometime but
    just failed to score. On one occa-
    sion they were given a free kick
    as result of foul play by one of
    the Carlton defence. Wilkes took
    the kick, sending in a _ hard
    grounder, but King saved

    The Carlton front line which
    was combining well all along soon
    made another raid and Warren
    tested out Hill with a good shot
    which the latter saved.

    The Carlton sharpshooters again
    attacked and this time Reynold
    Hutchinson beat Hill with a low
    shot to make the score 3—0.

    Carlton now seemed to have
    things their own way and Hill
    was called upon to save two good
    efforts, one from Warren and the
    other from Luca*.

    It was not long afterwards that
    Carlton got their fourth when
    from a throw in by F. Hutchinson

    now



    from the right side, Lucas got
    possession and beat Hill with a
    well placed shot

    The game ended without any
    further scoring, leaving Carlton
    winners by four goals to love

    The referee was Mr. O. S, Cop-
    pin, while the line en were Mr
    J. H. Walcott Mr. 3S. OC.
    Gittens

    The teams were as follows

    Pickwick-Rovers: Hill, Proverbs,
    Atkinson, Foster, Hunte, Mayers,
    Wells, Davies, Wilkes, Croney,
    Taylor

    Carlton: King, Porter, Williams,
    F. Hutchinson, Clairmonte, K
    Hutchinson, Warren, R. Hutchin-
    Cozier, Lucas, Marshall

    son



    even know that there
    better show

    a decision has been given

    I suggest that all players should read, learn, mark and inwardly
    digest the rules of football and then offer the referee, their own club

    and the

    that First Division players do

    Football Association their co-operation,
    not

    It is pitiable to see

    even know what is meant by

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    Good mornings



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    1950 Cricket Season
    To Open On July 8

    THE 1950 Cricket Season will open on Saturday, July 8,

    and will close about the middle of December.

    This was

    decided by the Board of Management of the Barbados

    Cricket Association at the

    meeting, which too place at

    the George Challenor Memorial Stand at Kensington

    on Friday.

    Dominica Wins
    Athletic Sports

    DOMINICA, April 14.

    Domimica yesterday at Windsor
    Park for the first time won the
    Windwards Inter-School Athletics
    with 40 points, St. Vincent was
    second with 37, Grenada scored
    20, St. Lucia 12.

    A good crowd witnessed Domi-
    nica capture the sprints and jump-
    ing events while Steele of Grenada
    won the half mile in brilliant
    style.

    Results were as follows: —

    Throwing. the Cricket Ball:
    Sealey (St. Vincent), Deterville
    (St. Lucia), Mitchell (St. Vin-

    cent), 97 yds. 7% inches.

    100 Yards : Julien: (Dominica),
    Auguste (St. Lucia), Lewis (St.
    Vincent), 10 secs.

    High Jump: Shillingford (Dom-
    inica), Adams (St. Vincent),
    Gittens (Grenada), 5ft. 10%
    inches.

    220 Yards: Julien (Dominica),
    Henry (St. Lucia), Lewis (St.
    Vincent), 24 secs.

    Pole Vault: Fingal (Dominica),
    Shillingford (Dominica), Powell
    (Grenada), 10 f& 3ins.

    440 Yards; Anderson (St. Vin-
    cent), Powell (Grenada), Steel
    (Grenada), 55.4 secs.

    Long Jump: _ Shillingford
    (Dominica), Gibbs (Grenada),
    21 ft. 1% inches.

    880 Yards: Steele (Grenada),
    Gibbs (Grenada), Moore (St. Vin-
    cent), 2 mins. 7.4 secs.

    Relay: St. Vincent first, Dom-
    inica second, St. Lucia third, 48
    secs.

    Tug-of-War:
    Dominica second, St

    St. Vincent first,
    Lucia third
    «.P.)

    Barbados Friendly
    Football Association

    Following are this week's fixtures :—
    Tuesday April 18th: Berwick vs Wavell
    at Shell. Referee: Mr. E. Clarke
    Penrode vs. Reeds United
    ard's. Referee: Mr. E. Reece
    St. Matthew's Old Boys vs National at
    the Bay. Referee: Mr. E. Branch.
    Wednesday April 19: Westerners vs
    Maple at St. Leonard's. Referee: Mr. O
    Graham
    Tambrose vs St. Mary’s Old Boys at
    the Bay. Referee: Mr. J. Archer.
    Thursday April 20th: Rangers vs Colts
    at St. Leonard's. Referee ; Mr. O. Graham
    National.vs Wavell Sports Club at the
    Bay. Referee: Mr. B. Grandison
    Berwick vs Advocate at Shell. Referee:
    Mr. E. Clarke,
    Friday April 2ist: Penrode vs Harkliffe
    at St. Leonard's. Referee: Mr. E. Reece.
    Reeds United v. St. Matthew's at Shell
    Referee : Mr. O. Graham,
    Maple vs St. Mary’s at the Bay
    Mr. E. Branch,

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    The Board discussed letters
    from the West Indies Cricket
    Board of Control, Mr. E. J. Mars-
    den of Trinidad and the British
    Guiana Cricket Board in connec-
    tion with the fixing of dates of
    intercolonial cricket tournaments.

    The letter from the W.I. Cricket
    Board suggested that Jamaica play
    Trinidad in Trinidad some time
    between January and March 1951
    and that British Guiana and Bar-
    bados play at British Guiana in
    September 1951.

    Mr. Marsden suggested that
    British Guiana play Barbados in
    Septernber-October this year in
    Sritish Guiana to give new players
    an opportunity of gaining their
    colours.

    British Guiana objected to the
    suggestion made by Mr. Marsden,
    pointing out that such a tour would
    affect their gate receipts in the
    absence of the Barbados star per-
    formers who would be in England.

    British Guiana then made a
    counter proposal that British Gui-
    ana visit Jamaica in January—
    March.1951, Barbados visit Trini-
    dad at the same time and that the
    British Guiana-Barbados tourna-
    ment should take place in British
    Guiana in September-October
    1951.

    The Board decided to write the
    West Indies Cricket Board of Con-
    trol accepting the proposal made
    by British Guiana.

    The Board instructed the Secre-
    tary to write a letter to the
    Governor-in-Executive Committee
    asking for a loan of $24,000 as sug-
    gested at the June meeting last
    year for the extension of the
    ground at Kensington and for pro-
    viding additional accommodation.

    The Board also instructed the
    Secretary to write Mr. K. R.
    Broodhagen asking him to paint a
    picture of the Oval for presenta-
    tiion to the Memorial Gallery at
    Lords. ’

    The Board accepted the appli-
    cations from Central Cricket Club
    and the Barbados Regiment C.C.
    to enter the second division cricket
    competition on the provision that
    their grounds were suitable and
    appointed a small Committee to
    inspect them along with those of
    Leeward Cricket Club who had
    applied last year for admission.

    The Board considered the An-
    nual Report and Accounts of the
    Association to be presented at the
    Annual General Meeting which
    will take place at Queen’s- Park
    on Friday, May 26 at 4.30 p.m.

    Present at the meeting were:
    Sir Allan Collymore, Mr. E. D.
    Inniss, Mr. J. W. B. Chenery, Mr.
    E. L. G. Hoad, Mr. E. A. V. Wil-
    liams, Mr. S. O’C. Gittens, Mr.
    |. N. Peirce, Mr. W. Atkinson and
    Mr. W. F. Hoyos, Honorary Secre-
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    ——

    St. Kitts Wins
    Football Series

    (Barbados Advocate Correspondent)
    ST. KITTS, April 15
    The interschool tournament

    Montserrat vs. St. Kitts football
    match was played at Warner Park
    this afternoon,

    During the first half, Montserrat
    was playing with the wind and
    downhill. The teams were appar-
    ently well matched. Both teams
    were playing good forward line
    combination.

    Ten minutes after start, Martin
    of St. Kitts nodded a nice pass
    from Francis into Montserrat’s
    nets. Score at half time, St, Kitts
    1 and Montserrat 0.

    Play was still even during the
    second half, the ball being well
    worked through. After 15 min-
    utes, Montserrat evened up. St.
    Kitts’ goalie tried to get to a loose
    running ball and failed to clear
    when crossing the goal mouth
    Jeffers of Montserrat touched it
    in.

    This game has been the most
    interesting and most evenly con-
    tested of the series. Score at end
    of play was St. Kitts 1, Montserrat
    a

    St. Kitts wins the football series
    by scoring a total of three goals
    in two games.



    Tug-of-War
    Antigua beat Montserrat two
    straight pulls. St. Kitts beat

    Montserrat two straight pulls. St.
    Kitts beat Antigua 2—1.—(C.P.).





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    SUNDAY, APRIL 16, 1956





    THE GRENADA TURF CLUB brought off another very sy
    ful meeting which opened on Easter Monday and terminated on

    day. There were mostly home entries with a few from St, Ve
    but on the whole there was a larger entry than usual. Outsidg ;
    fluence was also added by the visit of jockeys Thirkel and Pat Fi be
    from Barbados and some other riders from Trinidad, [pn toe
    curious coincidence, young Pat Fletcher was asked to carry owe a

    him a whip which had been bought here by the G.T.C. to be pr Wit
    to the champion jockey of the meeting. Having turned out a
    champion jockey himself he has now brought the whip back be

    His total was five wins while Fred Thirkel,
    first day was second.
    again, and especially so outside of Barbados.
    fore not confined to the home ground only.

    who rode thr
    ee
    I am glad to see young Pat on the win) &

    : Nning };
    His prowess is wet

    thers,
    Speaking of the above jockeys makes me start thinking op
    ject which I could write a lot about. But to be brief | shall Sub.
    “jockeyitis” and confine myself, to a few remarks. It is that ‘erm
    ailment which makes onlookers think that jockeys win and
    races but never the horses. To people afflicted with this dog
    horses are mere conveyances who all run around at uniform aa
    Those who happen to have the best jockeys always come in fi Spee
    those with the worst naturally at the other end of the race, ost any
    ally there is a horse who due to some miraculous quality rungs
    the track at more than uniform speed and when he does not wi
    goes without saying, the jockey is to blame. Win, i

    Unfortunately this ailment is not peculiar to any particular
    try and plagues the racing game wherever it is carried on,
    fortunately it is not confined to onlookers only but owners ang
    ers as well. We, in the West Indies have not escaped. We have
    all over the place and worse in some parts than in In t
    dad it has reached most alarming proportions. To tell a Sports
    over there who is suffering from the ailment that a jockey coun te
    5% and the horse for the other 95% in a race like telling ti
    that there is no Father Christmas. AY tay

    LATTIMER — A NOTABLE CASE

    The most notable case of “jockeyitis” I can think of is the i
    concerning Philip Lattimer. He arrived from England with a coniad
    but hardly any horses to ride. Consequently he had to accept a
    of rides on inferior horses and it was not long before he had ad
    reputation for being one of the worst. He came to Barbados in Noven,
    ber 1947 and rode six winners. This was the first time I saw him
    he impressed me as being a good jockey. He went back to ini
    and although he rode a few winners over there he was stil] rated j
    ferior when on the last day of the Christmas meeting of 1948 h ;
    up on the mare Storm’s Gift and went out to run in the Queen's
    Handicap, the last race of the season. Coming from behind ina 7
    finish on the outside, Lattimer landed the mare half a length ind .
    of her stable companion Beacon Bright. From then his natal
    made. Overnight he jumped from last to first in the estimation
    the general public and his picture has been in the papers ever gj ]
    He even gets a preview occasionally by some sports writers beton,
    meeting starts. At present, his riding at Union is the talk of the a
    ing and even my correspondent The Fiddler has written to ;
    superlative has been his horsemanship oy i

    others,

    But without detracting from Phil Lattimer’s capabilities, ]
    ask: What of this mare Storm’s Gift who helped him make his “a
    W as she a no good who required the efforts of some wizard to mi
    her win? Of course not! She is now the best race-horse in trai a
    the West Indies. I wonder if our friends thought this had an’ a
    do with the result of the Queen’s Park Handicap.

    Take it easy y
    Pat, your chance will also come in a:

    Trinidad one day.

    THE GAUNTLET AND BEACON BRIGHT
    As I mentioned apove my friend “the Fiddler” has put his

    to paper on the form of the horses on the first two days at Uni
    He confirms my view that a misjudgment of pace is all that
    The Gauntlet to defeat Beacon Bright and his description of the fini
    is somewhat different to that given by Mr. Dick Murray on the radi
    Not a great deal of difference. It is true, that my friend thought th
    Beacon Bright was gaining on The Gauntlet whereas Mr. Murray ¢
    not.

    ; Not only does my correspondent confirm that Beaton Bright sho
    have won the first race, but so does the result of yesterday’s Point
    Pierre Handicap. In this race over a shorter distance of 7 f

    Beacon Bright beat The Gauntlet easily and allowed him § Ibs. ind
    bargain. In fact The Gauntlet could only manage a 4th place Tee
    and Lady Pink filling the gap between himself and Beneot Br
    for second and third places respectively. I have never been able
    understand how the Jamaicans could describe The Gauntlet a
    high class horse” to quote their own words

    Meanwhile Poor Fair Profit I see has taken ‘nother beating
    has quite rightly been retired to his training grounds in Arima, th
    to await the coming of the Trial Stakes at the June n eeting Uni
    tunately “The Fiddler” has not given me much information to gp
    about this, except to say that 18 lbs. overweight was much too my
    for Fair Profit to carry against Bright Boy on form, With this I g
    agree. But it would be interesting to know if Fair Profit likes then
    on which he won at Christmas, better than the flinty going nowm
    vailing at Union. This is just one of the possibilities egarding
    Profit which leaves the question of the Trial Stakes a bit open,

    WAVECREST BUILDING REPUTATION

    _ Otherwise the big colt Wavecrest is building up a reputation
    himself which now makes him a favourite ior the Trial Stake
    fact he has beaten his contemporaries so decisively at Union Park#
    the only horses in the Classic who will be conceded a chance agil
    him are those from Barbados, plus Lazy Bones, and possibly
    Amis who won a race at Christmas. Yesterday Wavecrest won
    over five furlongs and this time, with heavier we ight than he cart
    on the first day, he won a much easier race. On Monday he wond
    7 furlongs with ridiculous ease but his time was very slow. Inf
    of the fact that he won easier yesterday than he did on the first



    I am beginning to think he is more like the O.T.C., strain than
    They are certainly notorious for running better as a meeting p
    gresses

    '

    This makes Wavecrest a winner of five races out of five
    Few horses have made a better beginning than this and the oct
    when he takes on the Barbados lot, Lazy Bones and Fair Proll
    certainly awaited with bated breath. I believe that only Bowmait
    and Bow Bells will be going over for the Trial Stakes, although!
    not certain that the former will be racing in the Classic. But #
    certain that by the end of the year Wavecrest will not have only?
    two to cope with. I hope we will see Cross Bow back on thei
    by then and that Hon. J. D. Chandler will also have either Water
    or Colleton in the Trinidad Derby.





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    Pubtuned by Tho Advocate Co. Ltd. 34, Broad St, Brideetows

    Sunday, April 16, 1950









    The Importance
    Of Seawell

    The Barbados Government has acted
    with commendable speed in obtaining a
    new Manager for Seawell Airport

    The new runway is being constructed and
    it is hoped will be ready for use in August.

    A very modern system of Air Traffic Con-
    trols is being established at Seawell.

    Renovatioris and remodellings of the cus
    toms and waiting sheds have been carried
    out.

    But Seawell is still a daylight airport

    Charter planes can notify the airport of
    their desire to arrive, and if permission is
    granted, night landing can take place.

    Weather reports can be taken at
    for twenty four hours every
    traffic control can also operate at



    Seawell

    day,



















    of the day or night, when the new i
    tion has been completed. In fact the
    does not so work
    The frequency of r flights into Bar-
    bados, it is argued, does not warrant the
    heavy expenditure which would be incurr-
    ed by ha twenty-four-hour staffs in-
    stead of the present dawn to dusk hours
    of duty.
    Twenty-four-hour shifts are ‘
    but will the Government a e the
    expenditure?
    The question and answer are both of con-
    ; . ;
    ce of B
    ire j
    e
    4 5 7
    ish taxpa rt 1 J
    ment and We ‘ 4
    “ t S el wn LLLO
    craft to land with safe
    As soon as it is compieted, |
    intend to inaugurate a two-way trai MV
    Canada. Their planes which bring Ca
    dians to Barbados every Saturday nm
    will return here to picK up passenge!
    Canada and fly them back direct instead o!
    taking them on to Trinidad as the
    Other airways have applied is-
    sion to enter Barbados and the imy
    of Seawell as a stop on the route to South
    America is appreciated by big airline corn
    panies.
    What is Barbados doing about

    potential developments?

    The life of an airport manager is not un-
    like that of a soldier confined to barrack:

    Memory is still green of the incident
    whieh occurred when an American plans
    arrived out of the
    only allowed to land at Seaw ell because
    airport Manager happened to be hi
    the time and was not afraid to break the
    locks of the British West Indian Airway:
    and use their flares to light down the plane

    Early last Good Friday morning anothe!
    plane arriving from Aruba was landed
    with a certain amount of difficulty. Again
    the flares of the British West Indian Air-
    Ways had to be used,

    Seawell ought to be a twenty-four-hour
    airport,

    The Government of Barbados have got to
    think fast how to make this become reality.

    3ut, in the immediate
    action is necessal keleton
    personnel are on twenty-four-hour duty
    the airport. It is unfair to the Airport
    Manager and to the public to e the
    Airport Manager to be on perpetual call
    That way efficiency cannot lie Even the
    present system by which the Airport Man-
    a is expected to work more than a
    twelve-hour day is fraught with danger

    Seawell is too important to.be tre ated as
    just another Government department It
    is the best medium of advertising what th
    island possesses There should be n loop
    holes left for criticism of its organisation

    blue one night and we

    the

    me at

    waiting stage

    y to ensure that

    xpect

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    Our Readers Say:

    What Is There In Federation That We Cannot






    elsewhere
    and perse
    The rewards of effort and perseverance

    ave been seen in Barbados on many occa-
    sions in recent months but nowhere has
    success been more ienibeneies than in th
    theatre

    High Tyme and the Madame Bromova

    display of dancing are still fresh in public

    memory. Next month the Bridgetown
    Players are giving a performance at the

    a

    Em vire Theatre of Rebecca, and this month
    Codrington College are to perform Ber-
    nard Shaw's Saint Joan.

    But the most cheering news for theatre
    announcement that a Barba-
    has been formed and
    for the Mic#le

    ed at the Empire

    vers is the
    dos Dramatic

    ‘ready




    are a

    Watch whic
    June

    The Bridgetown Players have a long
    record of cesses and the standard of
    High Tyme and the Madame Bromova dis-

    play was publicly applauded. When it is

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    nei a
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    i ae Ever since the Lynskey rmeé juste 2 colle n
    3 € of the kind which the incorruptibility of Soc “ nf ter
    f gf rbados theatre enter- been shaken. crueity simt
    . Londom Expr
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    ependent on the support
    "the re Sitti ns ’ On T he B ence
    theat &
    ( s understood, By NATHA f s*UBBINS
    ributed pounds BUY BRITISH SNOW t the
    bat 4 for will AND SKI FOR YOURSELE
    os ; EVERY LITTLE ALPS r
    What Barbados needs Sirange Tale OL
    4 i —_ UP TO very r
    virited citizens who have |, The Se:
    Chukchi (a tribe "v - e Sea
    : Som ave ic
    and application achieved | of Siberia) obser. h The Dow ager And > aways, who we
    nd who are interested dial custom of killing off Dachsh und j
    D } and sick people at the } =
    Merchant princes of other | the doomed themselves. It S
    , eS Se a matter of revere ju
    ibuted handsomely for a son to strangle f r g
    é { the arts sup- | mother —From “The R
    ' Oblivion”, by Viadimir Zenzer
    ers and have been Oe ne
    : aed or for their contri- Hush, Littie Father, do not cry.
    S ; Ivan will throttle you by and
    | wth of culture. Barbados “A
    t merchant princes but ner
    the ‘ : individuals e
    , } contrib J to many
    . er ri
    t f he and such as sports I 3
    jue to the encouragement from ee
    : William,” |
    outside agencies such as the British Coun- ! x andiiptbes toaged with pington. “And
    cil and the Carnegie Corporation that the oiee Ni ieolal laid r you

    » of individual Barbadians
    has achieved support in fields of education.
    The name of Codrington deserves especial
    connection



    ri

    itside assistance and help is
    ning to the West Indies in the
    ‘lopment and Welfare Grants
    ough support from wealthy
    3arbadians the people themselves for |
    cultural activities?

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    To-day
    till forthcor

    form of Deve

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    The United dom cannot supply



    funds for building a theatre in Barbados | Mlarriet The manor
    put eve 3arbadian can contribute at least THIS is to introduce vou
    xpence to a theatre fund and rich visit- Harriet , the ker, passior
    i lover of poetry and t
    ors to the island will no doubt pay hand- |typica) open air English girl
    € » assist the development of a While Harriet beri:
    ; ; a .. | laughingly down a ar
    theatre which will benefit themselves aS |jictening enraptured to +
    well as local residents |croaking of that rare
    | English shores, the C
    Money, it is said, cannot buy happiness | Wit, she turned with i
    : 7 : | delight through a wi
    t money can build a theatre, and it is | gate and found herself in a
    time that Barbados had a theatre to give | ‘10US garden full of early flow
    yutle the undoubted talent which Taking a deep breath and
    standing with her feet wi ap azt
    f he community. | according to the instruc of a
    ; <3 - Seas correspondence course on health
    he theatre would, of course, be avail- | and hygiene, she began to recit«
    ble for use by all cultural societies and |“The kiss of the sun for pardon
    : | The song of the birds r
    could be hired for use by conferences. It | mirth
    could even be made to pay. Never has a ; At that nt a @ .
    . : - jsprang at her and savaged
    cause in Barbados lacked assistance more | until its owner called it off
    than thi It deserves your support. jthe undaunted Harriet, bleed
    _ “from a dozen wounds, limp
















    To The Editor, The Advocate of it is improved communications their economic situation and to
    SIR,—Thanks to Mr. Jackman but that we can handle by getting raise the standard of living of
    for his letter in response to your together as in the sugar busine ne s peoples, the British Gov-
    remark that people locally did no ¥ cma ast are surely, but not slow-
    appeur to have read the Report of Surely and Quickly y, strangling the trade in one
    the S.C.A.C., and to the latter cor- 3IR n letter t M ; \ main exports.
    respondent who carried the sub- Metcalfe. Chairman of th 2 DRINKER
    = ut surenes _ Imports Association in the U1 i Highest Level
    aa” an oe ; a eae, sn | Kingdom to the Daily Telegraph SIR,—The following letter from
    Pd nt but " ye fing the Re. 2% topical for Barbado Mr. R. L. Kirkwood to the Man-
    “a5 Ww a in Bp a .
    port Lod” eee Seasoned , The recent London Sugar chester Guardian is significant of

    . e ore Ww : . C . tentior ymething
    opinion by means of it—that is a talks have focussed attentior "a a :
    serious job. It is, and rightly no “pon the extent to which thé note with pleasure that
    doubt, a very big and comprehen- ©conomy of most pf our ritish JOU have taken up in your influen-

    a amend West Indian colonies depends “al columns the vexed question
    sive document. t ‘. a.

    Here’ are two points from my Upon sugar of the method of exercising Unit-
    meditations whatever they may be The memorandum rece! . i Kingdom suzerainty over
    worth. submitted to the Treasury by the he . non-self-governing colonies

    1. It is pretty certain that Fed- Gritish Empire Produce Or- At oresent this heavy responsi-
    eration would be a very expensive ganization pointed « ty falls to the lot of a single
    affair. £183,000 is the estimate ling value of West l er. Moreover, the office of
    offered, and in Barbados, at least, most important by Secretary of State for the Col-
    crowds of people have pretty well Heavily reduced f run ; onies is usually awarded to a
    reached - ane — af- 1950 to Britai ene comparatively junior aspirant for
    aa — alee re eine tae port market i political honours.

    C relly certainty vIore long . . Thea , se
    the P83 000 ee gd oa loss of revenue to these « :, The United Kingdom is trus-
    canted P , thus addi: ieir economic tee for the colonial peoples. They

    2. What is there in the scheme !''°"* es 4 hey have no votes, They can exér-
    that we cannot achieve at pre afl x Pari no Gres influence in the
    ent The colonic got togethe t - ft Great Bri

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    each colony uld int to ha f W I V have
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    Oe ee ee re ant rennet lilac ce sien 5 i

    Fire At
    Paradise Rd.
    Bush Hall

    MoreScopeFor
    Handicraft

    IN ANTIGUA

    ALTHOUGH visitors

    to Antigua

    HORTLY AFTER 11.15 o’clock _ highly of the standard I

    yesterday morning the Fire me * done by members of the

    oes summoned to a fire at M@ndicraft classes, yet there was
    Briga much more that coul

    a be done if
    funds were available, Ww.
    Williams, Specialist Handicraft
    Teacher of the Education Depart-
    ment attached to the St. John's
    Boys’ School of that colony told
    the “Advocate” yesterday.

    __ Mr. Williams arrived here earlier
    in the week by B.W.LA., on his
    way to Puerto Rico where he has
    been granted a two-year scholar-
    ship at the School of Industrial
    Arts at the University of Puerto
    Rico.

    He is Staying at the Cosmopoli-
    tan Guest House and expects to
    leave on Sunday

    He said that his work as a
    handicraft teacher was strictly
    that of teaching and demonstrating
    the basic principles of wood work
    and metal work by means ci
    regular workshop practice within
    the limits of school activities which
    provided a suitable form of train-
    Ing to enable pupils to become
    useful generally.

    Their centre he said, was fed
    from other adjacent Schools in
    groups of twelve and they were
    engaged in the making of chairs,
    clothes irons from old bits of
    metal, shoe-makers’ lathes and had
    also gone as far as making a

    uradise Road, Bush Hall. On

    — at the scene they discov-
    ered that it was only a trash fire
    gnd neighbours already had it
    under control.

    A.

    E LOSS of a watch and a

    quantity of money, to the
    yalue of $22, was reported by
    Winston Welch of Chapel Street,
    City. He stated that both watch
    and money were removed from
    arrison College on Thursday.
    They belong to himself and Mar-
    cus Sandiford of Black Rock,

    FOUNTAIN PEN the value
    A of $9.45 was reported lost by
    Julian Hutson of Marhul Street.
    He stated that it was removed
    from the Marhill Dairies,

    HE LOSS of $60 was reported
    by James Adams of the Bar-
    pados Dairies, Kroad Street. He
    stated that the money was re-
    moved from a desk at the Dairies.

    ELWIN LESLIE, a native of
    Dominica, who escaped from
    the Government Industrial School
    on Easter Monday, was recaptured
    on Baxters Road on Weanesaay
    by Simeon Linton of Richmond

    Gap. He was handed over to thermos flask. Book-binding was
    the Police. also done to a great extent,
    especially the repair of school and
    OBBY DAVIS of College library books, They were very
    Savannah, St. John was Often engaged in _the repairs of
    severely injured recently while school and domestic equipment,
    iding' a scooter along Church Before being appointed handi-
    riding Hill, St. John He was Craft teacher in 1945, Mr. William:
    View oS E. B. Carter bleed- W8S headteacher of Freetown
    taken to Dr. E. 7 “ Mixed Government Schoo] from

    ing from the nose.

    It is understood that the sccoter,
    while travelling at a fast rate,
    struck a stone thus throwing
    Davis on his head.

    1925 to 1929, and for the last two
    terms, was class tutor in Spanish
    for the Extra Mural Department o{
    the University College of the West
    Indies.

    While in Puerto Rico, he said
    that he would be taking an interest
    in ceramics and would prepare the
    Brounds for promoting the indus-
    try when he returned home.

    He said that a ; holarship had
    been offered separately under the
    auspices of the British Council for
    someone to go to the United King-
    dom for the purpose of studying
    that particular art.

    DOLPHUS GRIFFITH ot

    Dayrells Road was fined 10/-
    to be paid in one month or one
    month’s imprisonment by His
    Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod on
    Friday.

    He was found guilty af having
    in his possession three heads of
    cabbage and a quantity of escha-
    lots, the same reasonably suspect-
    ed of being stolen or unlawfully

    obtained. Mr. Williams is also Assistan:
    The offence was committed on Secretary of the General Improve-
    March 5 ment Organisation which he said

    was a channel of many social wei-

    URING THE WEEK a cane fare activities in the colony.
    D fire of unknown origin broke The organisation was tarted
    out at Edghill Plantation, St, about ten years ago by Mr Percy
    Thomas, and destroyed 400 holes Gordon, then head teacher of

    Seaton’s Government School, but
    now an Inspector of Schoo!s

    It consists of units in the coun-
    1s. Dit federated with the
    central body formed by representa-
    tives of. each group. There is aa
    executive body comprising Mr.
    Perey Gordon and Rev Hugh
    King as co-Chairmen, Mr. A. E. L.
    Williams, Rev. Leonard Creightor f
    Mr. S. C. Carmichael and himselt

    They had had exhibitions ot
    handicraft work including hats,
    shoes, and any amount of ladies’
    fancy work from the various units
    all over the island, and recently,
    two of the units had sent in speci-
    mens of cheddar cheese from goats’
    milk, the recipe of which was given
    by Earl Baldwin who made his
    own cheese at Government House.

    Likes Steel
    Bands

    STEEL BANDS are going to
    make a contribution to West Indian
    culture Mr. S. C. Carmichael,
    Superintendent of the Government
    Printery in Antigua told the
    “Advocate” yesterday.
    Mr. Carmichael, a
    also lecturer in choral
    working through the General im-

    of second crop young canes, They
    are the property of Messrs. Gen-
    eral Traders Ltd., and were in-
    sured.

    1S

    AMUEL CLARKE of St.

    David’s, Christ Church, re-
    ported the loss of $7.61 from a
    table at Barclay’s Bank on Friday.
    It was his property.



    SINJIVIAN STUART of Passage
    Road reported the loss of a

    (pair of shoes valued $4.09 from
    yher residence,

    i

    N ACCIDENT occurred on

    Mapp Road, St. Philip at
    about 2.20 p.m. on Friday between
    the motor lorry P-80, owned by
    Ruby Plantation and driven by
    Charles Ward of Ruby, and dray
    cart, drawn by a mule and donkey,
    and driven by Leslie Mason of
    Three Houses, St. Philip. The
    donkey was injured,



    oJ

    REPORT reached the Police

    on Friday from St.Clair
    Payne of Culloden Road, who
    stated that Mabel Pollard of Green
    Field, St. Michael, had taken ill
    and died at her home on the same
    day,
    Barbadian,
    music

    ANOTHER FLYING SAUCER
    was seen in a southeasterly

    is

    direction last night about six provement Organisation for the

    O'clock by a young man in St. Extra Mural Department of th

    Lawrence. University College of the West
    Indies.



    He was holidaying here for the
    past eight weeks and is expected
    to return shortly.

    Speaking of steel bands, he said
    that he did not like them at first
    as they kept too much noise, but
    Mrs. Bertha Huggins, A.R.DS,
    Mr. Vere Griffith and he had later
    got interested in them and they
    were now playing real music.

    The bands had all the elements
    of music, namely, melody, har-
    mony, rhythm and timbre and
    played such tunes as “Now is the

    The State Of
    The Alleys

    The majority of alleys, branch-
    mg out from Broad Street, were
    Very clean yesterday morning but
    on the other hand nothing has been
    mene to improve the looks of a
    i few window and door shutters

    Partly block the entrance to
    Higginson’s

    Lane from Broad (ae : > St. Mary’s”
    , Hour”, “The Bells of St. Mar;
    ; oe down the alley the German chorale “Ein Feste
    "4 its of card could be aets » Mood” and many
    fen knocking around. Berg”, In the Mooc
    others.

    ree-quarters of the roadway

    of Luke's Alley is still blocked by
    ays and baskets, Pedestrians, who
    this alley for shopping find it
    Possible to wa'k two abreast.
    i, Tn lower Bolton Lane, Shepherd
    Meet and Dromedary Lane bits
    Paper could be seen knocking
    found in the roadway. Drome-
    Lane has a garbage can in
    centre but it appears that very

    Asked about the choral work ol
    the G.I.O., units Mr, Carmichacl
    said that it was of a very high
    order as was demonstrated when
    the first Musical Festival was heid
    in Antigua in 1949 during the
    time Sir Hubert Rance was Acting
    Governor of the colony. He also
    said that the Willkies G.I.O., group
    reached a high standard in choral
    “One® is made of tinis, work and added that a feature of

    er alleys were all clean and the musical activities of the GLO,
    “Wed signs of a recent washing. was unaccompanied part singing.

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    Centre were presented with certi- ea k fate
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    Children’s Goodwill League, Thé I eit Sec
    St. Paul’s choir accompanied by ,, a . = ¥
    Mr. Hackett, opened the pro- cant ie
    sramme by singing a selection of s * aeyreale
    classical music. Mr. Walter Burke eeatabi eo ve
    was greatly applauded by t eines : ‘

    audience when he sang “Sing Low’
    and “When the golden sun is sinik-
    ing.”

    Nurse Clarke read a report
    the work carried on by the Centr

    and thanked the Hon. S. H
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    3eckles and wondered who would When the question peop
    carry on the difficult task which erecting houses on the clearé
    he had launched. Mr. Mottley off flooded area arose, Mr. Adar
    made an appeal for help for the aid that Government had saic
    Centre as it was something volun- the time of the flood that i
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    ing motion pictures. necessary legislation if

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    paid tribute to the work done by to the area.

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    Mr. Mottley said. If the people were opt
    ing that ttitude Gove) (
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    =~ the legislation to declare cert:
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    ple would not be allowec
    o_o houses
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    . Works Department to decide

    Old age pensioners crowded the fa) up from the two
    Pension Office at Bay Street yes- canal was dangerous in
    terday morning to receiye the 5s. canal was dangerous it
    which they are given every week an abnormal rainfall.

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    looked between the ages of 80 and was not the best way of
    90 years. it] na “4 {

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    as beggars around the City and it came under the Public Healt
    one or two of the others do odd Agt: Ate felt there wes pr

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    terday that they find it extremely ars le from is oving on the 1
    difficult to exist on 5s. per week. | ee eat ge Phe thas hon,

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    day, Tuesday, Wednesday and a sitngigha en i A PRgiemtah

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    pointed for cleaning up the Pen- “Gams said that it v ~ vie
    3j ice matter for Government Their
    Hom, Ueties, idea had been to build houses that
    would be rented for $1.50
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    Oa rives would, however, ive to hurry uy
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    of coal in bulk arrived at Barba- Mr. Cox thougt that those
    dos on Friday by schooners who had written the letter did
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    comprised of 280 pieces of cedar made to pay

    boards, cases of shirts, electrical Miss Arne observed that the

    appliances and paints. The vessels tenants had been given five

    are consigned to the Schooner months free rental in the light of

    Owners’ Association their disaster The Board had

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    PAGE SIX





    Sao Powew ne}

    Sunday, April 16, 1950

    The Importance
    . Of Seawell

    scr The Barbados Government has acted
    Mi with commendable speed in obtaining a
    : new Manager for Seawell Airport.

    The new runway is being constructed and
    ; it is hoped will be ready for use in August.

    A very modern system of Air Traffic Con-
    i trols is being established at Seawell.
    Renovations and remodellings of the cus-

    toms and waiting sheds have been carried
    out.
    ti But Seawell is still a daylight airport.
    ‘ Charter planes can notify the airport of
    . their desire to arrive, and if permission is

    granted, night landing can take place.
    Weather reports can be taken at Seawell
    for twenty four hours every day, and air

    | traffic control can also operate at any hour
    , of the day or night, when the new installa-
    i tion has been completed. In fact the system

    does not so work.
    The frequency of night flights into Bar-
    Vy bados, it is argued, does not warrant the
    heavy expenditure which would be incurr-
    ed by having twenty-four-hour staffs in-
    stead of the present dawn to dusk hours

    ' of duty.
    : Twenty-four-hour shifts are desirable,
    but will the Government authorise the
    expenditure?
    { The question and answer are both of con-

    siderable importance to the island.

    The importance of Seawell to Barbados

    | cannot be overstressed.

    Thanks to the
    Trans-Canada Airlines, t
    Barbados, generously assisted by the Bi

    ish taxpayer through a Colonial Develop

    ' ment and Welfare |
    way at Seawell which will allow larg
    craft to land with safety.

    and ol

    he Government ol

    initiative arive

    {

    rant is building a run

    alr-

    As soon as it is completed, Trans-Canada
    ) intend to inaugurate a two-way traffic with
    Fi Canada, Their planes which bring Cana
    i dians to Barbados every Saturday mornin
    will return here to pick up passengers fol
    Canada and fly them back direct instead of
    taking them on to Trinidad as they now do.
    Other airways have applied for permuis-
    sion to enter Barbados and the importance
    of Seawell as a stop on the route to South
    America is appreciated by bis
    panies.
    | What is Barbados
    potential developments?
    i The life of an airport manager is not un-
    like that of a soldier confined to barracks
    Memory is still green of the incident
    { which occurred when an American planc
    i arrived out of the blue one night and was
    only allowed to land at Seawell because the
    | airport Manager happened to be home at
    the time and was not afraid to break the
    locks of the British West Indian Airways
    and use their flares to light down the plane.
    Early last Good Friday morning another
    plane arriving from Aruba was landed
    with a certain amount of difficulty. Again
    the flares of the British West Indian Air-
    ways had to be used.
    Seawell ought to be a twe nty-four-hour
    airport,
    The Government of Barbados have got to
    think fast how to make this become reality.
    But, in the waiting immediate
    action is necessary to ensure that skeleton
    ’ personnel are on twenty-four-hour duty at
    : the airport. It is unfair to the Airport
    Manager and to the public to expect the
    Airport Manager to be on perpetual call.
    That way efficiency cannot lie. Even the

    airline com

    doing about these

    stage,

    ; present system by which the Airport Man-
    ager is expected to work more than a

    : twelve-hour day is fraught with danger.
    Seawell is too important to. be treated as
    ; just another Government department. It
    is the best medium of advertising what the
    island possesses. There should be no loop

    inf t holes left for criticism of its organisation

    huey

    Our Readers Say :

    Published by Tho Advocate Co. Ltd., 34, Broad St., Bridgetows
    I





    e
    Sixpence

    NOTHING, say the pessimists, can ever
    be done in Barbados. But they seldom
    qualify the dictum. What they mean is
    that nothifig can be done in Barbados or
    elsewhere without a great deal of effort
    and perseverance.

    The rewards of effort and perseverance
    have been seen in Barbados on many occa-
    sions in recent months but nowhere has
    suecess been more spectacular than in the
    theatre.

    High Tyme and the Madame Bromova
    display of dancing are still fresh in public
    memory. Next month the Bridgetown
    Players are giving a performance at the
    Empire Theatre of Rebecca, and this month
    Codrington College are to perform Ber-
    nard Shaw's Saint Joan.

    But the most cheering news for theatre
    lovers is the announcement that a Barba-
    dos Dramatic Club has been formed and
    are already rehearsing for the Mic4!le
    Watch which is to be staged at the Empire
    in June.

    The Bridgetown Players have a long
    record of successes and the standard of
    High Tyme and the Madame Bromova dis-
    play was publicly applau:\ed. When it is
    realised that the members of the Dramatic
    Club include many who have already won
    their acting spurs in the company of the
    Bridgetown Players, it will be realised
    that Barbados most fortunate in the
    decision that a Dramatic Club should be
    formed,

    1S

    3ut private initiative of the kind which
    has been giving Barbados theatre enter-
    tainment of high quality cannot be left to
    alone, dependent on the support
    only of those who show their approval by
    ding

    struggle

    to the theatre.

    crow

    Council, it is understood,
    enerously contributed fifty pounds
    new Club, but how far will
    ' ds go? What Barbados needs
    to-day are public spirited citizens who have
    by yhard work and application achieved
    financial success and who are interested
    in the theatre. Merchant princes of other
    periods in history contributed handsomely
    patronage of the arts. They sup-
    ported poets and painters and have been
    remembered by posterity for their contri-
    butions to the growth of culture. Barbados

    British

    ywaras tne

    does not boast of merchant princes but
    there are certain well-to-do individuals
    who have contributed largely to many

    other activities in the island such as sports.
    So far it is due to the encouragement from
    outside agencies such as the British Coun-
    cil and the Carnegie Corporation that the
    private initiative of individual Barbadians
    has achieved support in fields of education.
    The name of Codrington deserves especial
    mention in this connection.

    To-day, outside assistance and help is
    still forthcoming to the West Indies in the
    form of Development and Welfare Grants
    but is there enough support from wealthy
    Barbadians or the people themselves for
    cultural activities?

    The United Kingdom cannot supply
    funds for building a theatre in Barbados
    but every Barbadian can contribute at least
    sixpence to a theatre fund and rich visit-
    ors to the island will no doubt pay hand-
    somely to assist the development of a
    theatre which will benefit themselves as

    well as local residents

    Money, it is said, cannot buy happiness
    but money can build a theatre, and it is
    time that Barbados had a theatre to give
    an outlet for the undoubted talent which
    exists in the community.

    fhe theatre would, of course, be avail-
    able for use by all cultural societies and
    could be hired for use by conferences. It
    could even be made to pay. Never has a
    in Barbados lacked assistance more
    this. It deserves your support.

    cause

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    BUY BRITISH SNOW
    AND SKI FOR YOURSELE
    EVERY LITTLE ALPs.

    UP TO very recent times
    | Chukchi (a tribe in the far north
    of Siberia) observed the primor-
    | dial custom of killing off their old
    and sick people at the request of
    the doomed themselves. It would
    be a matter of reverence and duty
    for a son to strangle his father or
    mother.”-—From “The Road to
    Oblivion”, by Vladimir Zenzenov.

    the

    Hush, Littie Father, do not cry
    Ivan will throttle you by and
    by.

    When mother complained of a

    nasty cough,
    Ivan Ivanovitch bumped he
    off.
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    with an ache in her head,
    Old Uncle Peterkin shot her
    dead.
    When grandfather roared with
    the pain of the gout,
    | Nicholas Nicolai laid him out,
    So hush, Little Father, do not
    ery.
    Ivan will throttle you by and
    by.

    The Four Golden
    Rules

    | A sock on the jaw
    morning.

    A sock on the jaw at night,

    And as you come in give
    her two on the chin,

    Whether she's wrong

    | right.

    Adventures Of
    Harriet The Hiker

    THIS is to introduce you to
    |Harriet the Hiker, passionate
    lover of poetry and nature, and
    typical open air English girl
    While Harriet was lumbering
    laughingly down a Surrey lane,
    listening enraptured to the silly
    croaking of that rare visitor to
    English shores, the Greater Nit
    Wit, she turned with a squeak of
    delight through a little wicket
    gate and found herself in a spa-
    cious garden full of early flowers,

    in the

    or

    Taking a deep breath and
    standing with her feet wide apt
    according to the instructions of a
    correspondence course on health
    and hygiene, she began to recite



    “The kiss of the sun for pardon
    The song of the birds for

    | mirth ?

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    |sprang at her and savaged he

    called it off. Bu
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    SIR, —Thanks to Mr, Jackman but that we can handle by getting raise the standard of. living of tention of a senior cabine -min- certa
    ‘ for his letter in response to your together as in the sugar busine their peoples, the British Gov- ister. It is a post that call : to pu
    i remark that people locally did not G ernment are surely, but not slow- supreme statesmanship and Pa : ri
    appear to have read the Report of Surely and Quickly ly, strangling the trade in one liamentary advocacy. so a
    ' the S.C.A.C., and to the latter cor- ie Ration sees a SAS f their main exports. : By all means let rere be fc :
    | ' yespondent who carried the sub- Metcalfe. Chairman of the rum , DRINKER arate ministers repres tit =“
    ject a step further, Imports Association in the United Highest Level ee a ey te ons
    1 think people—a fair number Kingdom to the Daily Telegraph — 5!R,—The following letter from But just a8 in the case of ¢ oa
    at any rate—are interested, and j. topical for Barbados Mr. R. L. Kirkwood to the Man- there is a coordinating min ,
    fearful, but as to receding the Re- a. sanent Tendon Sugar cnester Guardian is significant of whose task is to represent a .
    port and foropung a reasoned talk Mick aikiien = something highest cabinet level the inter- °
    opinion by means of it—that is a ~* ain. Seeuenee, SN “I note Jeasure that ©3t8, of the services as a whole, out!
    serioys job. It is, and rightly no upon the extent to which the te Fildes p 2asure . hat so let there be a co-ordil th
    doubt, a very big and comprehen- economy of most pf our british »° 1 aa a ben up in your inf uen- minister for the colonial empire indsom<¢
    sive document. West Indian colonies depends “al columns the vexed question 114 let the prestige and author- S°cumula
    Here’ are two points from my Upon sugar of the method of exercising Unit- (°° 6 yi. S aiton aie ‘waned
    meditations whatever they may be The memorandum recently @4 Kingdom = suzerainty over nl ts that’, f the Pr lim Minige W
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    eration would be a very expensive ganization pointed out the j. bility falls to the lot of a single Unless the British people and peen dor WW
    affair, £183,000 is the estimate ling value of West Indian Minister. Moreover, the office of their representative _politicis depresse
    offered, and in Barbados, at least, most important by-pr Secretary of State for the Col- take a more serious view 0! nxit
    crowds of people have pretty well Heavily reduced sale of rum in OMies is usually awarded to a colonies and their multifaric ‘ood i
    reached the limit and cannot af- 1950 to Britain, the largest ex- Comparatively junior aspirant for problems, it will hardly be re
    ford another shilling of taxation port market ‘ ; serious Political honours. prising if anti-British sentiments),
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    it in the garden.

    Strange Tale Of
    ‘The Sea
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    William Bumperley. “What |

    io the Socialists know about |
    ey? They’ve never had any.”
    Quite right, Sir William,”
    ul -d Mr. Yumpington. “And

    you've never had you never
    miss, as the saying goes.
    ou, George.”

    Sir William leaned back in his
    chair, delighted at his
    sazed blandly at the ceiling. As
    he stared, his purple face paled.
    He passed his hands across his |
    eyes and stared again. Then he |
    looked wildly at Mr. Yumpington.

    “Nothing wrong, I hope, Sir

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    in gentle, sycophantic tones. He \\
    hoped to call Sir William “Bill” |)
    before the end of the voyage. {

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    “Nothing much, Yumpington, |
    nothing much,” replied Sir Wil- |

    liam with a short, hysterical ;
    laugh. “Only a only a}
    Chinaman. A Chinaman in the
    eiling to be exact.” |
    “A Chinaman in the ceiling,”
    red Mr. Yumpington. “That's
    ood one. Are there any China- |
    en in the ceiling, George?” |
    No, sir,’ said George, sooth- |
    “There are no Chinamen |
    1c ceiling, sir.”



    you, George, thank |
    yu id Sir William, rising and
    \ drink untouched, |

    Yum pington.”

    Good night

    Confidence Corner

    Mw father had a mental break- |
    lown a few years ago, and my
    ther has never been right in|
    the head. Two of my aunts are
    I you might call irresponsible,
    d I have three uncles in the
    Do you think the boy

    s to marry me ought to |
    dear editress?”
    —Anxious Aggie.



    not your deer editress, |
    A ook it I think if he marries | ~~
    | know soon enough.
    —(L.E.S.)

    Achieve Now

    vheeling on a stationary bicycle | }

    the little dynamo, At one

    arive
    tage
    down but the audience were still
    nated. As Father Andre ex-

    i, the wonder to them was

    the pictures moved.”

    Canon Jules Detry, a monk of
    the Order of St. Bernard,
    talking in a BBC pro-
    gramme of his adventures
    in Tibet when he went
    there on a good-will mis-
    sion to the Llamas,

    A Sense of People
    iy first
    nding and guiding the reaction
    i to gain an inti-
    > of the daily lives
    ake it up, Y their
    .eelings, habits

    id misery. Without this

    perception it is diffi-

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    P i live by their sense
    f people and if this instinct fails

    they must perish,”

    Lady Violet Bonham Carter

    a distinguished member
    of the Liberal Party for
    many years, talking in
    the BBC programme “!
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    Fire At
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    HORTLY AFTER 11.15 o’clock
    yesterday morning the Fire
    sgade was summoned to a fire at
    Brig Road, Bush Hall. On
    es at the scene they discov-
    : i that it was only a trash fire
    nd neighbours already had it
    ander control

    E LOSS of a watch and a
    quantity of money, to ~~

    22, was reported by

    valat ot Welch of Chapel Street,
    ity. He stated that both watch
    OY noney were removed from
    warrison College on Thursday.

    pelong to himself and Mar-
    me sandiford of Black Rock .

    FOUNTAIN PEN the value
    A of $9.45 was reported lost by
    Julian Hutson otf Marhill Street.
    He stated that it was removed
    from the Marhill Dairies.

    HE LOSS of $60 was reported
    by James Adams of the Bar-
    pados Dairies, Hroad Street. He
    stated that the money was re-
    moved from a desk at the Dairies.

    ELWIN LESLIE, a native of
    S Dominica, who escaped from
    the Government Industrial School
    on Easter Monday, was recaptured
    on Baxters Road on Weanesaay
    by Simeon Linton of Richmond
    Gap. He was handed over to
    the Police.

    DAVIS of College
    St. John was
    severely injured recently while
    riding a scooter along Church
    View Hill, St. John. He was
    taken to Dr. E. B. Carter bleed-
    ing from the nose.

    It is understood that the scooter,
    while travelling at a fast rate,
    struck a stone thus throwing
    Davis on his head

    DOLPHUS GRIFFITH otf
    Dayrells Road was fined 10/-
    to be paid in one month or one

    OBBY
    Savannah,

    month’s imprisonment by His
    Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod on
    Friday.

    He was found guilty of having
    in his possession three heads of
    cabbage and a quantity of escha-
    lots, the same reasonably suspect-

    ed of being stolen or unlawfully
    obtained.

    The offence was committed on
    March 5.

    URING THE WEEK a cane
    D fire of unknown origin broke
    out at Edghill Plantation, St.
    Thomas, and destroyed 400 holes
    of second crop young canes, They

    are the property of Messrs. Gen-

    eral Traders Ltd., and were in-
    sured,

    AMUEL CLARKE of St.

    David's, Christ Church, re-

    ported the loss of $7.61 from a
    table at Barclay’s Bank on Friday.
    Tt was his property.



    WNJIVIAN STUART of Passage

    Road reported the loss of a
    jpair of shoes valued $4.09 from
    jher residence,

    N ACCIDENT occurred on

    Mapp Road, St. Philip at
    about 2.20 p.m. on Friday between
    the motor lorry P-80, owned by
    Ruby Plantation and driven by
    Charles Ward of Ruby, and dray
    cart, drawn by a mule and donkey,
    and driven by Leslie Mason of
    Three Houses, St. Philip The
    donkey was injured.

    *
    REPORT reached the Police
    on Friday from St.Clair
    Payne of Culloden Road, who
    stated that Mabel Pollard of Green
    Field, St. Michael, had taken ill
    and died at her home on the same

    ANOTHER FLYING SAUCER
    was seen in a southeasterly
    direction last night about six

    clock by a young man in St.
    Lawrence.



    The State Of
    The Alleys

    ’ The majority of alleys, branch-
    ; out from Broad Street, were
    Very clean yesterday morning but
    im the other hand nothing has been
    5 me to improve the looks of a

    |_A few window and door shutters

    partly block the entrance to

    os Lane from Broad

    » Further down the alley

    Peper and bits of card could be
    ®en knocking around.

    ree-quarters of the roadway

    ’s Alley is still blocked by

    — senate. Pedestrians, who

    es alley for shopping find it

    Pâ„¢Possible to walk two abreast.

    4 lower Bolton Lane, Shepherd

    meet and Dromedary Lane bits
    : Paper could be seen knocking
    ound in the roadway, Drome-
    Lane has a garbage can in
    centre but it appears that very

    € use is made of tis,
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    Wed signs of a recent washing.

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    IN ANTIGUA

    ALTHOUGH visitor:

    to Antigua
    peak highly of the standard i
    work aone by members of th

    handicraft classes, yet there was

    much more that could be done if
    funds were available, A Ww.
    Williams, Specialist Handicratt

    Teacher of the Education Defart-
    ment attached to the St. John’s
    Boys’ School of that colony told
    the “Advocate” yesterday. —

    Mr. Williams arrived here earlier
    in the week by B.W.LA., on ms
    way to Puerto Rico where he hes
    been granted a two-year scholar-
    ship at the School of Industrial
    Arts at the University of Puerto
    Rico.

    He is staying at the Cosmopoli-
    tan Guest House and expects to
    leave on Sunday.

    He said that his work as
    handicraft teacher was strictly
    that of teaching and demonstrating
    the basic principles of wood work
    and metal work by means wi
    regular workshop practice within
    the limits of school activities which
    provided a suitable form of train-
    ing to enable pupils to become
    useful generally.

    Their centre he said,
    from other adjacent schools in
    groups of twelve and they were
    engaged in the making of chairs,
    clothes irons from old bits of
    metal, shoe-makers’ lathes and had

    was fed

    also gone as far as making a
    thermos flask. Book-binding was
    also done to a_ great extent,

    especially the repair of school and
    library books. They were very
    often engaged in the repairs of
    school and domestic equipment.

    Before being appointed handi-
    craft teacher in 1945, Mr. William:
    was headteacher of Freetown
    Mixed Government Schoo) fron
    1925 to 1929, and for the last two
    terms, was class tutor in Spanish
    for the Extra Mural Department of
    the University College of the West
    Indies.

    While in Puerto Rico, he sai
    that he would be taking an interest
    in ceramics and would prepare the
    grounds for promoting the indus-
    try when he returned home.

    He said that a scholarship had
    been offered separately under the
    auspices of the British Council for
    someone to go to the United King-

    dom for the purpose of studying
    that particular art
    Mr. Williams is also Assistan

    Secretary of the General Improve-

    ment Organisation which he said
    was a channel of many social wei-
    fare activities in the colony

    The organisation was tarted
    about ten years ago by Mr. Percy
    Gordon, then head teacher of
    Seaton’s Government School, but

    now an Inspector of Schoo!:

    It consists of units in the coun-
    try, but federated with the
    central body formed by representa-
    tives of each group. There is an

    executive body comprising Mr
    Percy Gordon and Rev Hugh
    King as co-Chairmen, Mr. A. E. L

    Williams, Rev. Leonard Creighton,
    Mr. S. C, Carmichael and himselt

    They had had exhibitions of
    handicraft work including hats,
    shoes, and any amount of ladies

    fancy work from the various unit
    all over the island, and recently,
    two of the units had sent in speci-
    mens of cheddar cheese from
    milk, the recipe of which was given
    by Earl Baldwin who made his
    own cheese at Government House

    Likes Steel
    Bands

    STEEL BANDS are going to
    make a contribution to West Indian
    culture Mr. S. C. Carmichael,
    Superintendent of the Government
    Printery in Antigua told the
    “Advocate” yesterday.

    Mr. Carmichael, a Barbadian,
    is also lecturer in choral music
    working through the General im-

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    provement Organisation for the
    Extra Mural Department of thx
    University College of the West

    Indies.

    He was holidaying here for the
    past eight weeks and is expected
    to return shortly,

    Speakingsof steel bands, he said
    that he did not like them at first
    as they kept too much noise, but
    Mrs. Bertha Huggins, A.R.DS,
    Mr. Vere Griffith and he had later
    got interested in them and they
    were now playing real music.

    The bands had all the elements
    of music, namely, melody, har-
    mony, rhythm and timbre and
    played such tunes as “Now is the

    Hour”, “The Bells of St Mary’s”
    the German chorale “Ein Feste
    Berg”, “In the Mood” and many

    others. ;
    Asked about the choral work ot
    the G.IL.O., units Mr, Carmichaci
    said that it was of a very hign
    order as was demonstrated when
    the first Musical Festival was heid
    in Antigua in 1949 during the
    time Sir Hubert Rance was Acting
    Governor of the colony. He also
    said that the Willkies G.1.O., group
    reached a high standard in choral
    work and added that a feature of
    the musical activities of the G.I.O.,
    was unaccompanied part singing.

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    SUNDAY

    Messrs.
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    place to the

    two torey

    changin

    In The Flood Area

    PEOPLE should not erect
    area,

    nouses on
    The Housing Board at a meeting \

    the cleared
    sterday d

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    face

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    ing houses on the area and ask that necessary Legislation
    be sent down immediately with a view to prohibitin
    them from doing so
    — The Board o ‘
    Creche Nurses 3" %)°s,2" nes.
    ic f ender
    Presented rrived at

    Certificates

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    St. Paul’s choir accompan ed

    Mi Hackett, opened the pro
    gramme by singing a selection of
    classical music. Mr. Walter Burke
    V greatly applauded

    Low

    audience when he sang “Sin

    and “When the golden sun is sink
    ing.”

    Nurse Clarke read a report
    the work carried on by the Centr
    and thanked the Hon. §S HH
    Perowne, Messrs E. D Vlottle
    and H A. Tudor and sever
    friends from the U.S.A. for thei:
    financial aid.

    Mr. John Beckles, rounder
    the Centre introduced Mrs. Hilton

    Green of Boston, Massachusetts
    who presented the certificates
    the following nurses: Miss Lorna
    3rowne, Miss Norma Steele and
    Miss Lucille Squires. The examin-
    ation was held by Dr. Scott of
    Bay Street.

    Mr. Mottley praised Mr
    Beckles and wondered who would
    carry on the difficult task which
    he had launched. Mr. Mottley
    made an appeal for help for th

    to

    Centre as it was something volun-
    tary.
    Mr. Green then entertained the

    audience with some
    ing motion pictures.

    At the conclusion Mr. Tudo
    paid tribute to the work done by
    Mr. Beckles and agreed with what
    Mr. Mottley said.

    very interest-



    5/- Per Week
    Insufficient

    Old age pensioners crowded the
    Pension Office at Bay Street
    terday morning to receive the 5s
    which they are given every week
    The majority of the pensione
    looked between the ages of 80 and
    90 years.

    A few of the faces were familiar
    as beggars around the City and
    one or two of the others do odd
    jobs. Many told the Advocate yes-
    terday that they find it extremely
    difficult to exist on per week,

    Pensions are paid out on Mon-
    day, Tuesday, Wednesday and
    Saturday, but Saturday generally
    has the largest crowd. All those
    over 68 benefit. The two days
    Thursday and Friday are ap-
    pointed for cleaning up the Pen-
    sion Office.

    Coal Arrives

    TWO HUNDRED and ten tons
    of coal in bulk arrived at Barba-

    yes-

    5s.

    dos on Friday by _ schooners
    “Gloria Henrietta” and “Henry D
    Wallace”, both of which sailed

    from Trinidad.

    Other cargo of these vessels wa
    comprised of 280 pieces of ceda
    boards, cases of shirts, electrical
    rhe

    schooner

    essels

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    the

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    om en ‘
    ¢ 1 th \
    ng a pe r
    Discussin t
    pointed out th I (
    ants had to pay
    Mr. Cox, Mr I |
    Lashle secretal t B
    were ppr te ( te
    Visit e |
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    f VI
    hoy e | rd
    § el from Mr
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    ml 101 uk (
    E te
    The Board began considera-

    tion of the recommendations of
    the Secretary in connection with

    Capital
    1950—51.
    poned until next Saturday

    Works









    Estimates
    Discussion was post—





    for

    The Board will have a Cle
    ical Assistant When
    idering u ppl iil tne
    it was decided that ey
    advertise

    The Chairman and memb«
    the Board formally expressed
    condolence with the relatives ¢ t
    late Sir John Hutson, Kt u
    late E. E. H. Thorne, O I

    When the question peo}
    erecting house on ne clear
    off flooded area arose, Mr. Adar
    aid that Government }

    e of the flood
    in the tenants’ intere
    should move. It i (
    that they ou el I
    neces islatic f

    at people we
    to the area,

    Danger Areas

    If the people were |
    ing that ttitude Gove f
    would have to persist in p I
    the legislation to declare ce
    areas as « Y }
    ple would 1 llowe
    houses

    They were askin he
    Works Departme: » decic
    far up from the
    canal was dangerou
    canal was dangerou
    an abnormal rainfall

    Vir Mottley thou
    was the best way of
    with the matter He said tl
    soon as the land had been cleare
    it came under the Public Healt
    Act He felt there was pri
    in that Act which could prohit
    people from movit on the

    Mr. Adams said that they had
    no local authority for re:
    houses. Speaking on the questic
    of tenants who held that the re
    unable to pay the required rent
    for the houses at the Pine, Mr
    Adams said that it was entirely
    matter for Government Their
    idea had been to build houses th
    would be rented for $1.50 and
    ther were pa ne the ie
    the other hould also do so
    would, however ive to hi p
    and build house vhich
    be rented at a cheaper rate

    Mr. Cox thought that
    who had written the letter

    not intend to pay at all
    Should Pay

    Mr. Mottley said that the

    were all working and should

    made to pay

    Miss Arne observed that
    tenants had been given
    months free rental in the li
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    THE Preparatory Committee of

    e Unihec Currency Scheme for
    the Eastern Group of the British
    Caribbean territories completea
    its meetings at Hastings House,

    barbados, on the 14th April.

    The Committee has agreed on
    the final drafts of the legislation
    for each of the participating terri-
    tories. The draft Bills will now
    be presented to each of the Gov-
    ernments concerned and it is ex-
    pected that their introduction into
    the respective legislatures will
    shortly be authorised. The Com-
    mittee hopes that it will be
    possible for the necessary enabling
    legislation to be enacted by all
    the Legislatures

    as soon as
    possible.

    The Committee has also selected
    the tender and design for the
    unified currency note submitted
    by one of the three firms of
    security printers in the United
    Kingdom. The Crown Agents for

    the Colonies will be requested to

    in Lower Broad street~ make arrangements for supplies
    he old landmark has stood for of the new notes to be available
    the city. for circulation early in 1951,

    As regards coins, the Committee
    has considered proposals by the
    Royal Mint and the denomina-
    tions, weight and metal content
    f the. coinage have been ih-
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    Fy Conference of
    . oN Service Asso- [ PARTICULARLY like the
    c e Carib srea careenage to moor my fishing boat
    owen ' ty el the “Resolute”, Milton Grosvenor
    “ee ber told the Advocate yesterday
    heat): ohn? Scalia, or eee He pointed out that the Reef is
    Hate \ietii the Gnvery , ry convenient for small fishing
    7 vat nd not so for the larger
    | G ' Brit ne Hauling up on the Reef is
    Don Grer only very dificult for large
    Kitts. St. Luci st, boats, but it is silly to so do wher
    i B c an come into the careenage
    ected that the roceedir and use the crane there
    f the There ji no charge for using
    ! he the age i this crane and one can caulk and
    aint easily knowing that wher
    he >t nished there will be n«
    4 ige hile the boat owerec
    I ‘ e sec to the water
    . el : Pre re he afternoon about » boats
    “> ’ aes _ re oored in the careenage after
    kk ( i come in \ few &
    : the Reef but the
    — them are of the
    Antigua cL. d : “
    a a A ‘ .
    mem: A oe » Antigua Gets First |
    I Mr Ass § Viat yn
    vy Care, we. Woman ‘Treasurer
    - —_ MISS GWEN EDWARDS has
    : een appointed to act as Federal
    AG : i HA d bias rreasure vhile Mr EK A
    Ny ) Wile hon ( ttendin the Cur-
    British Guiana ir. C.G.Smanl, ency Preparatory Conference in
    W va tae ir, A. A. Barbados, Miss Edwards was edu-
    Bannister ated the Antigua Girls’ High
    British Honduras: a chool and has been in the Civii|
    Longswortl Service for 30 years, over 20 years
    Dominica: Mr. Winston ot which has been spent in the
    Grenada: Miss Louise Rowle, rreasury Department. This is the
    Mr, F. M. Coard irst occasion a woman has acted
    Jamaica: Dr. L. E. Arnold, Mr Federal Treasurer
    C. H. Dickson, Mr. QO, D. Sangu ae a
    netti CYCLIST INJURED
    St. Kitts: Mr. O. W. Flax KENNETH GRIFFITH of Enter-
    St. Lucia: Mr. A. F. G. L. Loui rise, Christ Church yesterday re-
    Mr. T. F. Hir ( eived injuries to hi right
    St. Vincent: Mi ilder nd forehead when he}
    an, M.B.E | off his bicycle while riding
    Trinidad: Dr. A. G. FY Colleton Road, St. John. He
    mas W. I trying to avoid an accident
    th i pedestriar The front
    sini Nd pedal were damaged

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    to pass, however, before infections more immediate interest. Only wwe can maintain the wage-freeze. ago, or, in other words, that
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    BRUMAS: Why do

    Brumas, the baby

    > fyolies of

    b HE Tro.
    hear, have SO captir ate

    at the Zoo turnstiles are

    ek-end
    Biyd £400
    Jn four mo!
    Hf as a big

    , ainment

    an hour.

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    ring the last
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    , ble “the figures
    wkend in 1949.
    thi Easter week-end the
    nected to exceed 100,000. O
    D

    me there WaS a record cr
    uO

    for the

    She is a clown

    t is the secret of

    . Jarity?

    say it

    . g should hours of non-stop cor

    ‘i re ot just a lovable, cuddly
    js not jus

    m, ¢ acrobat,

    “jown, an é ) ;

    poi imp rolled into one.
    man im

    yh makes her

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    ppm. whe

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    jy the children

    pt nrough her repertoire of sW

    } ing, stalking her mother, Ivy,
    or skidding in Chaplain

    ber the

    Feawn-ups often oulnum
    Sait a look-

    athe children cant get

    in mother’s aris

    How does Brumas spend her d
    After a night’s sleep on a be
    ter a nig

    her mother she 1s
    ner Bruce Smith at 8 a.m.

    mile she and her mother adj
    While sh 1 i
    their bedroom is tho

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    disinfec ;
    is, reports 400 . r

    a is part of the rigid rout

    wepers believe is the secret
    ellent condition.
    nwhile, Ivy is busy
    nwhle,

    . her coat as meticulously
    ” ritte

    med her kittens.
    bre fast—best meal of tl

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    nths Brumas has established
    ger money-spinner than any
    in London.

    fine week-end
    than £2,000 for admission

    ‘owd of 51,000.

    3rumas’s
    is that Brumas hypnotises the
    a ballerina, and

    i ent from li a.m.,

    ; not one dull moment

    id bounding,
    i i J i until
    inking in the morning sun, nti

    sa drowsily answers the sandman’s

    yell with delight as Brumas

    fashion

    knocked up by Head-

    correspondent

    cleaning
    as any cat ever

    )



    Everybody Loves

    »d Londoners
    elicking this

    to the tune of 5,000 visitors

    31,394
    corresponding

    attendance is
    n Good Friday

    remarkable

    nedy.
    baby bear. She
    an almost

    sprawJag

    yimming, somer-
    in playful com-
    round the
    children, Some-
    in.

    ay?
    d of hay in the

    ourn to an ad-
    roughly cleaned
    Craven
    ne which the
    of Brumas’s
    up Brumas,

    1e day—Keeper
    beef (unfit for

    ith dep Wo
    nan consumption) on the ground. : at
    though still fond of milk, Brumas is being
    ed and now shares the same food as her
    ned and n

    her.

    he mealtime scene is an ob-
    Jesson in table manners.
    her raids the other’s rations.
    Brumas wanders off, Ivy
    is her and holds the cub over

    Mood until she has “licked the
    r clean.”

    imming lesson

    At 11 am. the gates to the
    outside world of rocks and
    sand humans—are opened.
    introduces her offspring to the
    was that click all day.

    his is lesson time. All polar

    Brumas has passed the novice
    stage now. At first Ivy carried
    her baby through the water by the
    scruff of the neck.

    Then one day she released
    Brumas in the middle of the
    pool,

    Brumas, now a confident swim-
    mer, enjoys her dip and playfully
    attacks her mother in the water.

    Happiest moment

    @ At 5 p.m. Ivy and Brumas are
    invited into their den and
    given a light meal of warm boiled

    ; must know how to swim, milk, with a little halibut oil for

    On Hu

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    Mo You Deserve A Good
    ! Wife’s Companionship?

    (By
    t don’t answer this quiz

    perfectly — top marks
    make youa “slipper

    ~ that’s German for
    pecked husband.”
    BERLIN,
    DW it is the husbands’ turn
    me quizzed, A month ago
    were questioned under the
    “Are you a good wife,” by
    Mburg magazine.
    lay the men are asked “Are
    @ good husband? ” and they

    Seren 6 =

    to answer Yes or No to these
    lestions ,

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    in bed—not



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    you shave
    When your wife i
    you make love to your
    and are you attentive to
    fven’ after many years of
    nage?
    © you nice to your mother-
    and your wife’s other

    every day,
    5 away?

    ves /
    © you fond of children —
    ung other people’s?

    mo You sometimes surprise
    Wife with an unexpected
    oWers or something else~-
    after being married for
    i years?

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    times with your wife and have
    fun together?
    8 Do you wipe your feet be-

    fore entering your home to save
    your wife housework?

    9 Do you drop cigarette or
    other ash on the carpets and
    excuse yourself by arguing that
    it keeps the moth away?

    10 Do you throw your clothes
    all over the room when you go
    to, bed?

    11 Do you bury yourself in a
    newspaper when having meals
    with your wife?

    12 Do you annoy her by being
    unnecessarily late for meals?

    13 Do you drink away your
    income so that money is short at
    home?

    14 Do you ogle other girls
    when out with your wife?

    Nine? Excellent!

    EVERY Yes to the first eight

    questions counts one point — so

    does every No to the last six ques-
    tions,

    If you score nine points the
    magazine says you are “Excel-
    lent”, Six to eight points and you
    are “just tolerable as a husband.”

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    SUNDAY ADVOCATE

    2,000 People Pay

    £400 An Hour
    To See Her?

    By Joseph Garrity

    Can a mother’s t@nder care eeasc towards

    the child she-bear ?

    the baby
    rickets.

    Brumas, tired out by now, needs
    no coaxing to a cradle of hay at
    6 mM

    as a prevention against

    This is probably Ivy’s happiest
    moment. She nurses Brumas in
    almost human fashion, and rocks
    her baby to sleep.

    How much sleep does Brumas
    get? The keepers say she sleeps
    ‘pretty soundly,” for the beddifig
    is never much disturbed.

    3rumas has a secret. She has
    a bad temper. That is why no

    No “Sir”
    LONDON.
    Film actor Douglas Fairbanks,
    Jr., Honorary Knight Command-
    Empire and
    friend of His Majesty King
    George VI, has decided not to
    become a British subject.
    Fairbanks had been considering








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    alone and think about it.”

    It is no good trying to get full
    marks—14 points—for then you
    are not the ideal husband. You
    are too perfect, and wives don’t
    like perfect husbands.

    You, sir, then rate in
    Germany as a “slipper hero”
    the German term, for a henpecked
    husband.—(L.E.S.)



    would

    visitor will ever be permitted to
    stroke her woolly coat.

    Recently Keeper Smith
    weighing the cub when she
    him in the arm

    was
    bit

    “It was no joke,” he said. “She's
    got a perfect set of teeth now, as
    sharp as needles,” Despite her
    naughty lapse, Brumas consented
    to sit on the scales. What pro-
    gress she has made!

    At birth she measured 10 inches
    and weighed just under 1 lb. Now,

    at four months, she is thriving at

    28 Ib. ff
    L.E.S.
    taking out naturalization papers

    for some time but finally decided

    against it “much as I love
    England.”

    Before leaving for the United
    States to lecture and broadcast,

    Fairbanks told reporters:

    “My whole life’s work has been
    devoted to eliminating interna-
    tional barriers, and I feel that by

    becoming a British subject 1}
    should be emphasizing those |
    barriers,”

    |

    Fairbanks was knighted by the |
    King a year ago for his “untiring |
    work for Anglo-American friend-
    ship.”

    At a recent film premiere when
    the stars were being presented to
    the Royal Family, the King smil-
    ingly greeted Fairbanks, saying,
    “We don’t need an introduction.
    We are old friends.”

    Fairbanks recently received a
    personal letter of thanks from
    Princess Elizabeth for his work
    in helping organize a gift of food
    parcels to old-age pensioners,
    widows and children in Britain,
    they were a Royal Wedding gift.

    The title ‘Sir’ aoes not go with
    an honorary appointment but
    Fairbanks would have been able!
    to assume it if he had been|
    naturalized.

    The much-decorated American
    film star also possesses the covet-
    ed Royal Air Force award—the
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    , to Holland. When she arrive ih the bakery which is all brought 44 aircraft
    there the crew will have a sh xy electricity t ent
    -day leave and then iake pa aundry which poffir 40 mm.) 6 mus
    in operations of the Comt h pressers and g nan poms (40 T It is pt
    Jorth Atlantic Fleet ours per day 2 turbine f 20,000
    N.M.S. Karel Doorman which We > had a glance at the bar ’ t 1B
    | i to belong to the British Navy shop and then wert through the as 4 specs 29 kn
    } vas formerly named 4H.M.S. taiior’s. and shoemaker’s shop, History
    ' rable. She was built in 1944, both housed in one apartment H.N.M.S. Light -Fleetearrie:
    he Dutch bought her in 1948 Here one saw a number of uni- Karel Doorman bears the name oi |
    r two million pounds. forms hanging about while in the the late Rear-Admiral Doormat: |
    Prince Bernhard of the Nether extreme right corner was a shoe- who commanded the allied striking |
    crossed in her on his visit to 1ker busily engaged in the repair force during the heroic ‘battle
    the Duteh West Indies a: Sout f shoes. t Java-sea” and who went do j
    America, and spent much i The hospital which comprise in his flagship H.N.M.S. De Ruyter m
    time taking a réfresher course in 12 beds and was oecupied by a on 27th of Fekruary 1942 }
    Spanish while en route patient at the time was very cooi The ship was transferred to a
    Most of the crew speak four and airy. In addition to this, there Dutch Navy at Devonport on |
    | nguages, German, English, js also an isolation hospital for 28th of May 1948. After trainin: |
    neh and Dutch. Much of their cases of communicable diseases of crew and Pilots the ship as |
    me ashore here was spent sight and an operating theatre with refitted in Rotterdam and at Ut
    ing, swimming, and some three wash basins for the use of same time several modern dev
    families had members of the ¢ the Doctor, his assistant and the were built in, i.e. improvement i
    to their homes for lunch and jcergeant. Everything here apart decklanding gear. oA
    | H.N.M.S. KAREL DOORMAN, Dutch Aircraft carrier which took Prince Bernhard of the Nether- wer f people have been askin j rom be ing clean, is kept sterilised On the auth © rr ied to |
    ‘ : - . ots Of peo > na D' d alwe P > ‘oY se. H.N.M.5. Karet OOTTLan ?
    lands on his tour of the Dutch West Indies and South America. bs eanas oe the aireraft on boar ind always in readiness f need Fe ‘shake-down” trip. Ful
    would be flying, but as the shi There is a recreation room tyjals were carried out of in- }
    has to be in motion to help the where all sorts of indoor gam stallations and equi ipm ent he v- |
    nireraft become airborne, it is felt are played and a canteen and bat this the ship returned to R it |
    t.it is verv unlikely that there the profits from which are used te rdam vhere the Air-squadrons |
    i'l be any flying. for shore entertainment for the were embarked The ship the
    .Imost the entire crew find .t crew. departed for Scottish waters where
    ificult to ynderstand the locé Visiting the bridge, Lt. Com- an air-training programme wi as |
    ‘ency system “Why do nander Smitt explained the rt Thi ymplet
    a Barbados Dollar, and yet erent 1echanisms and how 1 iN.M.S. Karel Doorman returne
    twenty-five cent pieces or half ship is ‘eduivoliad by the officer om to Holland or ad until |
    ars?” duiy. We then went on to the Januar J 1950, _which date }
    The day before the Karel Door- gh deck where Commancer ed for the Netherlands |
    en arrived in Curacao, with Smitt pointed out how the pi Antille On board as H.R.H. |}
    nee Bernhard on board, the took orf and landed. By means GI Prince Bernhard of the Nether-|
    e crew assembled on the flight a lift we were taken to the I lg ul is staff |
    leck and a presentation was mad eck where a number of the er l } her nit of he Dutc |
    on behalf of the crew | ere engaged in the repail Fleet iccompanied he carrier
    ( W. Slot, Commander of aircraft. It was now getting 0 rhese ere i.N.M.S. Jacob van |
    idday and the party after than: H ind Johan Manas |
    Press visited tl lip ig Commander Smitt for sho 1 \ xtensive train
    rning the sre them around, left for the s! € il 1a |
    eivéed in the wardroom bj The Kareit Doorman under iown and this ha eel €
    Commander A. P. Smitt, R.} or and of Captain C. W. Slot, parts completed It has lat
    n ave a short summery con- #.N.N., h a company of 70 included an exercise with U.3.3
    ning the ship cers, 200 ) N.C.O's, and 800 Mer Fra ) t 8 des-
    I offee wa served he It was built by Cammel!
    the shown the keel laid on Dece € i tico
    I ka. 4 442. It was comm t Cuk
    npanied | I 17; 1945 and has a i jarba
    acement of 13,190 t
    vander Smitt it 1 den, carrie 3,000 tons
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    the funerals sent wreaths, let-
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    ed their sympathy to us,
    bereavements of our brother ap

    Elsie Serjeant
    Boyce

    (brother and son)



    and other

    IN MEMORIAM

    never fading



    remembered

    loving memory
    ALBARTHA GITTENS who fell asleep
    April 1

    Sleep on

    ep on, and take your res







    (grand childrer



    ‘EG! ANTINE ROACHFORD







    remembered



    with govt



    grandmother




    hind

    Long days and nights you ve bore your 18th

    ’





    (grand children)

    on SALE White Dinner Set,

    CS, |



    -ssing





    ot, Hindsbury Rad

    ———$—$—$—$—$—$—$————— ns













    Vuleanizing

    Morris 8 H.P





    with Lage Round Mi
    *rosses, Morris Chairs ¢

    Prefect Ford Car



    Roebuck Street,



    20,000 miles. Courtesy Garage



    REAL ESTATE





    MIXER at pre-devaluatio:
    them TO-DAY

    & CO. LTD

    One Royal Standard
    in excellent condition. Apply
    A. A. LYNCH, Spruce St

    Singer Sewing



    of Sale, apply to th
    COTTLE, CATFORD. & ©)

    aanan-Alpine
    8 and pints of mi





    “THE BERWICK
    Hill, St Michael standing
    wre feet of land. The hou
    awing and dining rooms, two
    pantry, kitchen and usual out
    Water and Electric light. Ser
    room in the yard
    on application on the premi-

    sq



    BREAKFAST SETS

    Inspectior

    DRESSES—For
    DRESSES, HATS and HAND-
    reasonable prices









    DR. FERTI

    ADS.





    For Sale=#«Conid





    MISCELLANEOUS



    the latest in

    VEILS, VEILINGS, CHERRIES, and
    VELVET RIBBONS shop at the MODEPN
    DRESS SHOPPE, BROAD St

    164.5029

    FINEST UNDERTHINGS Because
    you love nice things, shop MODERN {or
    NIGHTDRESSES, SLIPS, BRASSIERE
    3 VAN RAALTE. | 4476.
    JODERN DRESS SHOPPE. Broad St

    16.4.50—3n

    SUITCASES—Strong Suitcases _ wit
    locks and reinforced corners. Priced



    SEAT COVERS—One Set, (Prncticaily
    For Prefect Car. Apply Burton
    C/o Hinds & Co. Druggist

    16.4.50—In.
    S
    STOVE & OVEN — One Faukes Oil

    Stove 2 burner almost new, table model
    and One Veritas Atmos single Oven.
    Apply Mrs. John Taylor Stanton. Day-
    Between 8 & 4 any day ex-
    cept Sundays.

    16,4. 50—1n

    ANTIQUES— of every description
    China, old Jewels, fine Silver,
    Watercolours Early books, Maps, Auto-
    graphs, etc., at Gorringes Antique Snop,
    adjoining Royal Yacht Club

    1,9,49.—t.f.n.







    16.4,.50-—6n

    —
    FOOD YEAST—Rich concentrated vita-

    contains B2, Price 74c., Ib
    from all Grocers and Drug
    14.4.50—2n

    it
    for Intermediate Examinations
    “Ashton”, Harts Gap, Ch, Ch

    15.4.50—2n

    ———
    GALVANISED PIPE, HERE! —Half-inch
    to Two-inch galvanised pipe, 26c. to $1.09

    A. BARNES & CO., LTD
    25.3.50—t.f.n

    STOVE PARTS — Flame

    Wick, Wick-Carriers, Flame

    Galleries, Generators, and other
    \ uire Auto Tyre Co., Trafalgar
    Dial 2696. 5.4.50—t.f.n





    PUBLIC SALES

    AUCTION

    By instruction from Miss Lilian Brown
    sell by augtion at her yard at head

    of Chelsea Ronde
    two o'clock one newly built}
    house And on Thursday the
    two o'clock on the spot at Ba)
    obliquely opposite the Aquatic
    Club Gap a chattel building called Mer





    on Tuesday the 18th of





    consists of gallery, drawing and

    rooms, two bedrooms, kitchen

    palings Both houses to be
    and must be sold

    :
    D'ARCY A. SCOTT
    Auctioneer

    15.4.50-—4n

    cceemaruetgiageeciareiniaetiiniepremeniamarantstsiiieanamemmiiara

    A. Scott of Magazine Lane

    following proper at St

    1) One property ¢ ts of 10



    two



    ame yne (1) property cons



    0 acres of land and a two
    me house whieh has a lovely
    the sea

    ist Church one (1) property con

    9 arable acres of land and
    Wall house
    seph one (1) property consist

    acres of land and a stone wall
    water and electric light

    D'ARCY A. SCOTT
    15.4.50—4n



    UNDER THE SILVER

    HAMMER

    by order of Mrs. GEORGE

    we will sell her Furniture at
    Betmrer’ Navy Gardens
    which includes

    ite, Settee & 2 Arm Chairs

    Cushions, Upright Chairs, Nice

    feboard, Large Bool helf, ornament

    Carved Pedestal all in Mahog
    Oak Extension Dining Table
    Trolley, Inlaid Mird. Cabinet, Fold
    Card Table, Cordea Arm Chairs
    1», Glas Ware Tea Service
    Invalid Chairs, Blec-
    Hot Plate & Iron, Blue Bedroom
    Iron Bedstead, Pre
    Tables, Writing & Bed side
    M . Washstand, Low Divar
    Kitehen Cabinet, Larder and

    &c. Mal



    11.30 o'clock. Terms Cash

    BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO,,

    \uctioneer,

    14.4.50—2n

    UNDER THE SILVER

    HAMMER

    THURSDAY 20th by order

    Frank Sweet we will sell
    Furniture at No, 3 “Ma
    Quarter

    airied Wome
    which inclu
    ind Drawing Room






    nit

    wd Fir consisting of Refrectory
    Table Upright Chairs, Morri

    ind Arm Chairs with ¢ hio
    Side and Coffee
    Crean and ¢

    Tables






    Simmons Double Bedstead
    Deep Sleep Mattress, Dre





    ing Cot, Baby

    Bath and Table M,.T. Was!
    Folding Beddtead and Majtres

    Tricycle, Westinghouse Retr

    in perfect working order, Exan
    ’ ble, 3 Burner Florence O1l St
    turner Magnet Electric Stove, Kitehe

    nd other items
    11.30 o'clock Terms cast

    BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO.,| |

    Auctioneers,
    2n







    TO BE SOLD QUICKLY—Six Prop
    ranging from £1,200 to £3,500 N
    sonable Offers Refused in G



    Cendition with Modern Conveniences
    A 2 Bedroom Stonewall Bungalow {abou

    old) in Bay St.. A 2 Bedroom
    low Type in Mor®eith Gardens
    rbarees Kd., A 3 Bedroo
    Stonewall Bungalow (about 4
    Fontabelle, A New Stonewal

    (3 Bedrooms) in Navy Garder
    Bedrooms each Bumgal
    rightan Rd. Good Buys and Re-Se!

    Seas







    w Type



    Assured. Mortgnges Array

    1e
    e for Anything in Real Estate \
    Y Wealth of Expertence and Bro
    Outlook T Do Not Resort to Bulow !
    Sole Rights as I am Sure that Wise TF
    pective Purchasers can Judge for them
    slves after Inspecting, and Vendors like
    Free. Enquiries Solicited, Dia!
    11 or 2713. BD. F. de Abreu. Call at
    Olive Bough, Hastings, or Carter Bros
    Tudor St.. Near Magan Hall St







    WE will set up for sale at public
    competition at our Office No: 17, His
    Bridgetown, on Friday the 28st
    of April 1950 at 2? p.m
    Dwelling house (formerly the
    Manager's House of Goodland Planta
    in the Parish of Saint
    the land on which it





    by admeadurement 1 Acre
    4% Perches or thereabouts

    Inspection any day between 10

    o'clock noon
    further particulars and Co
    » undersigned



    16.4 &

    Situate in Twe









    Mr. Weekes the tenant
    will be set un for sale





    CARRINGTON & SEALY



    Solicitor

    15.4%

    eC LL LED

    FOR RENT









    APARTMENT

    Unfurnished





    Pets, no Children)
    ticulars Dial
    29.2.50-4 fn



    “NEW HAVEN”, Crane Coast !
    nished, 3 bedrooms, 3 servants
    double garage,





    lighting pliant,
    Superb bathing beach.

    19.3.50—t.f.n

    ————
    St. Philip Coast. Fuily
    . 3 servants rooms
    lighting plant,
    From May

    "FARAWAY"
    furnished, 3

    Bathing beach



    on-Sea Maxwell's
    Coast, Excelient sea bathing. Fully fur-
    four bedrooms, Refrigerator.

    radio. Apply

    ~TLPFRACOMBE—

    phone 8286.
    9.4.50.—t.f.n

    ASHTON — On-Sea, Maxwell,
    Church, Fully Furnished.
    Feur Bedrooms, Drawing and Dining
    rooms, Verandahs overlooking the sea
    and all modern conveniences. Dia! 3607
    , 15.4.50—5n.
    Furnished, On
    beach. Apply Lone Star Garage.
    James. or Phone 91-33.

    ESPERANZA

    15.4. 50-—4n

    RENDEZVOUS
    fram the Ist of May, 1950. For furthey
    particulars, Dial 6177.

    —— $$
    BUNGALOW-—-Maxwell's
    taining 4 bedrooms, fully furnished

    the months of May, October and Novem-

    ——

    “SEA QUE

    14.4.50—4n





    HEA THFIELD—On

    A. D. Herbert,
    Christ Church. Phone 8385

    MR. M. P. CRICHLOW, Upholsterer

    a
    HOUSE TO LET—From i5th May to
    30th. Large fully furnished houses
    St. James coast, cool position

    bathing. $75 monthly. Ring Dons 3249

    TO SUBLET
    DUNDEE—St
    onth of May





    sundry Depot.,
    Laundry Co





    eee
    BUNGALOW, also Flat. facing
    furnished fror

    All comforts, English baths with heat
    telephones,







    FOR RENT

    for Agency or similar type of busines
    a immediately on zs
    Swan Street













    BUNGALOW

    convenience



    | ~SUMMERHOME



    convenience





    UNE

    REST COT

    “



    other





    REAL ESTATE









    land tnelodi

    including kitchen witt

    ec Mahog
    Tea Trolley, Floor Lamps, Gla

    wor, Cheve















    DOWNSTAIRS





    t r kitchen and serv
    UPSTAIRS



    nd fruit tree









    nen



    April 1950 at
    dersigned from
    mad conditions of ss

    S§. NICHOLLS & (¢








    > competition
    61 shares in the WEST INDIA BISCUIT



    97 shares in the BARBADOS FIRE IN
    SURANCE CO;



    WESTNINDIA RUM

    REFINERY

    RARBADOS SHIP
    PING & TRADING CO
    B'DOS ICE

    Michael

    ds con

    LTD







    CATFORT, §

    We will set up for sale at pub}
    at | petition T

    our office in Lucas
    on Friday the 2ist










    COTTLE, CAT!



    SUNDAY ADV

    vite NOTICES







    “£25 easily earned by obtaining orders

    for private Christmas Cards from
    your friends. No previous experience
    necessary, Write today for beautiful free
    Semple Book to Britain's largest ano
    fnemost Publishers; highest commission,
    marvellous money making opportunity.

    Jcnes, Williams & Co., Dept. 10 Victoria
    Works, Preston, Englan” ”

    CLUB SECRETARYSHIP
    VACANT:



    Secretaryship of the St Clair Club,
    Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, which become:
    vacant on the 3ist. July, 1950 Free
    quarters suitable for retired married
    couple together with light and telephone.
    Written applications should be ad-
    dressed to
    VICE PRESIDENT, St. Clair Club,
    11 Maraval Road.
    15.4.50—6n.





    THE MODERN HIGH SCHOOL

    PRE-EMINENT IN WORK AND GAMES.

    39 certificates and 12 distinctions at
    Summer L.C.C. exam 1949 92.8 %
    pagses and eight supplementary certi-
    ficates (Seven at credit standard) in
    Cambridge Schoo] Certificate December
    iso

    Numerous shorthand and typewriting
    eertifica'
    pion Boys’ nool for Second year at
    A.A.A. of B. Championships April 10th
    1950 Harrison College 2nd. Comber-
    mere 3rd

    OUR RESULTS SPEAK OUT
    FOR THEMSELVES.

    Enter your child’s ne on our wait-
    ing list now for 1951 and avoid disap-
    pointment






    xined during 1949. Cham-





    L. A. LYNCH,
    Headmaster
    15.4.50—™M

    REMOVAL NOTICE

    of Halls Rd. begs to let his friends and
    customers know that he has moved from
    h s Rd. to St. Leonard's Gap, West-
    bury Rd. Phone 211
    Name of the house is REIGATE
    15.4.50—2n.



    THE BARBADOS MUTUAL
    BENEFIT SOCIETY

    | NOTICE

    HEREBY GIVEN that the 43rd
    il General Meeting of the above
    will be held on Monday 2th
    1950, at 4.30 p.m., at the Reg-
    ered Office 48 Swan Street; for the
    wpose of (a) Receiving the Report of
    the Committee of Management, and
    Treasurer's Account for the past year,
    (b) Electing Officers and a Committee
    of Management for the current year
    i (ce) Dealing with any other matters
    xefore the Meeting
    By order of the Committee,



    E. W. ALLEYNE,





    Secretary.
    16,4. 50—2n
    ESTATE of
    GEORGE WASHINGTON GRAHAM
    De ed



    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all
    ¢ yns having any debt or claim against
    Estate of George Washington
    late of Barbarees Road, Saint
    Master Mariner, who died at
    about the 22nd day of Decem
    are hereby required to send











    irs of their claims, duly attested

    he undersigned, Cecil Howell Graham

    Q 1 Executrix of the Will of

    \ 1 ed, in care of Messrs. Year-



    14 James Street, Bridge-



    vi ors, on or before the 22nd
    lay of May 1950, after which date I shall
    proceed to distribute the assets of the
    ised among the parties entitled
    thereto, having regard only to such
    claims of which I shall then have had
    notice, and that I will not be liable for
    | the assets, or any part thereof, so dis-
    buted, to any person of whose debt or
    cla e shall not then have had notice.

    Solic

    | debtedness without delay
    Dated this 18th day of March 1950,

    \ CECIL HOWELL GRAHAM,















    at Qualified Executrix of the Will of
    | George Washington Graham, Deceased
    } 19.3.50—4n,
    |
    WANTED
    a —— ocd
    White | HELP
    YOUNG iy cleck for Engineer's
    | S i knowledge of arithmetic is
    t A knowlddge of shorthand
    " vould be an advantage
    Apply by letter only to G.P.O. Box
    142 16.4.50—In
    = ENGLISH LADY TRAINED NURSE
    Sailmg England in May willing under
    ge child or invalid. Box 9
    i ¢ Advocate 15.4.50—1n

    } ( | rAILORS—Journeyman Tailors, apply
    1 ¢ - Hewitt Tailoring Emporium
    te Fire Brigade
    13.4. 50—4n

    pacemrees

    mall Hotel. Experienced
    | juick-—-capable head butler Must be
    ip anth poken, willing, and capable

    ( ige St. oppo:



    | BUTLER—For









    | perv « work of ler butlers
    | A first instance by letter to:E.F.W.
    The Advocate 12.4.50—6n,
    , KFEEPER-—Experienced linen keeper
    . . t eper or reception desires post in

    to

    terview. Phone 3303.



    trimr





    millinery work, needlework,

    : d designs for trimming

    es Hats. A very attractive salary {s

    ed for a person with proper quall-

    Apply at once in writing:—

    t,| MODERNE HAT, P.O. Box 21, Bridge-

    Barbados. Please quote references

    14.3, 50—3n

    j \n Assistant Master for the Christ

    R ¥ ndatic School, from

    tl 1 May 1950, to teach Spanish and
    1G F m Subjects

    S ‘ ppreved Scale according to

    ijq ation and experience
    | AY tions sl}

    | lif
    | deta ‘ qué





    | April
    W H ANTR°SUS,
    yp See. to Gov. Body,
    ey Ch. Ch. Boys’ Foundation School



    ay the 20th April



    ; d VACANCIES Exist for Energetic men
    —_el_Tl ii) work as Insunmance Canvassers with

    : United Investors Co., Ltd

    vestors Co., Ltd. Marhill Street

    16.4.50—On

    MISCELLANEOUS



    PAYING







    made Press, in *
    Book Ca at

    t wr



    und China ¢
    Box 8B Cir A
    4








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    1 399, Des Moines, Iowa. U.S.A



    White Park

    )
    14.4.0—3n
    De
    | WAGON WHEELS—with axle, with or
    | without tyres. Apply Manager, Black-

    Plantation, St. Joseph

    WANTED
    SMALL Parr



    TO RENT






    OCATE

    eee remem

    HARBOUR LOG

    In Carlisle Ba





    Canadian National Steamship,







    E. Caroline, Sch. Providen
    Marion Belle





    Doorman, Sch. Henry D. Wallace.
    DEPARTURES





    ABRIVALS By B.W.LA.
    From TRINIDAD
    Carmichael,

    DEPARTURES
    For ST






    Williams, George Bowen, Mayotte Kerna-
    Oudith Ramiochan,





    Rowena Ince, Gladys Steel, Ivy Warren,
    Eileen Luces,



    TRINIDAD




    Milet De Saint, Silvestra Gonzalez, Benita
    Gonzalez, Eric Sealy, Allan Louisy

    Procope, Charles English, Wahid Chandra,



    Bhagwansingh, Millicent
    Bhagwansingh,
    Lambert Collins,
    Louis Fisher, Ernest New, Mary
    From ANTIGUA
    Claudia Cheltenham,
    Izra Elliot, Clyde Stuart, Janerson Archer
    Kenneth Crawford, Warren Dellenbaugh.

    APPLICATIONS are invited for the







    For Missing Plane

    the Unite

    Search Continues
    WIESBADEN, April 13.



    spokesman
    States Air Force
    Fourteen United States aircraf today that they hoped
    were out over the Baltic this rc
    morning on the fifth day
    combined American, Danish and
    Swedish search for the :issing alr
    bomb-r with ten men abvard.

    LOST & FOUND |



    searching
    was good thou
    rain showet













    A, M. WEE





    - A beautiful Stocks — Bonds —

    a
    LADD “CHICAGO DEADLINE" PLAZA Both Local al



    . Bought and Sold
    SWEEPSTAKE BOOKS—E. 2870 to 79, |
    and B. 9840 to 49. Finder please return

    Tobacco Co., Green Hill, St

    155 Roebuck St., Bridgetown
    Dial 3188.

    |
    ORIENTAL®
    GOODS!!

    JEWELLE
    rEAKWOOD







    PERSONAL








    The public are hereby
    giving credit to
    MAYERS (nee Grecia)
    elf responsible for her or anyone ¢ 1s!

    as I do not hold



    BRASSWARE,
    SANDAL,

    KANIMERI

    name unless

    GERALD MAYERS



    INSURED MOVING!

    1 all persons indebted to the said
    | estate are requested to settle their in-



    | Barbados Real Estate

    DON’T WORKY YOURSELF ABOUT
    Hastings Hotel



    LET US TAKE CARE
    YOUR WORRIES
    Personal Supervision
    Phone 3309

    FOR RENT



    BARBADOS FURNITURE REMOVER



    S. CODRINGTON,
    Britton’s X Rd.

    COMING SOON













    FOR SALE



    of your Hotplate Boiling Ring

    LOOK OUT for via,
    anding in 11.000 sq

    Your Gas Company's Advert











    where could use experience
    ed at Claridges Hotel, London, Scot- -
    | i and Pari Can give excellent i
    ferences. Free now, can give personal qv ” 4
    'CTION SAL

    14,.4.50-——3n





    OR LADY—To take full charge of,

    vise o ¢ department
    € ienced person is perferred and
    *; must have a thorough know-
















    COURTESY












    Cash on fall of Hammer,
    AUCTIONEERS

    DINON& BLADON



    ld be sent with full
    tion and experience,
    rd! to the Headmaster not later than 22nd



    WE HAVE A LOVELY ASSORTMENT OF

    PHOENIX, GLASSWARE

    9.4.50—Tn





    VACANCIES Exist for office Assistance
    r the Insurance Dept. of United In-
    at vestors Co Ltda

    by letter and in person on

    EMPORIU Vi

    BROAD STREET.

    THE CENTRAL
    CENTRAL , FOUNDRY LTD.—Proprietors.

    16.4, 50—In

    FOR SALE



    HOUSE SPOTS
    BUILDING SITES

    Cash or Easy Terms

    eRe? CANEFIELD HOU

    eith Worthing on the ser Terms
    2.4.50—5n





    TURE—Manchinee! or Mahog-
    condition
    “abinet

    From 10c, per Sq. foot up

    ELECTRIC, BUS
    SERVICES AVAILABLE



    STAMPS Used Postage Stamps
    ted, will pay cash or send merchan-

    a Apply by letter and in person on
    Wednesday, 19th. April to United In-
    ge R. M. Chaplin, Box



    14.4. 50—In PICKWICK ROAD, KENSING-
    TON, St. Michael.
    FRIENDSHIP,
    Turning, St. Michael.

    $. THE PINE CROSS ROAD, St

    a
    LOTTLES—Pint Bottles 8 cents ver
    n, D. V. Scott & Co. Ltd, Spring

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    Christ Church



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    SUNDAY, APRIL. 16, 1939





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    Subject to change without notice. All vessels fitted with cold
    bore, Passenser Fares and freight rates on application to ee

    GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD. — Ageny,
    a gee
    |

    MAIL NOTICES

















    Mails for St. Lucia. Dom- cout Gene, ae Will go.
    inica, Montserrat, Antigua, Dominica, Antigua,
    i] St. Kitts, Bermuda, Boston, St, Kitts-Nevis sailing 2ist ae
    Halifax and Montreal by the hy Cs
    | ss. Lady Rodney willbe rane an ee Will a,
    closed at t General Post St. Lucia, St. Vincent, for
    Office as under: — Aruba, date of sailing wil.
    Parcel Mail at 1.30 p.m. on idea
    \! the 17th April, 1950. B.W.1. SCHOONER 0}
    1d Mail at 2.30 ASSOCIATION UNee
    p.m. on the 17th April, 1950.
    Ordinary Mail at 2.30 p.m. TEL. 404i
    | r 17th April 1950.
    |
    —— = rae tl SS





    VISITORS TO OUR ISLAND





    \\ WHY HAVE BAGGAGE WORRY?

    You can leave your Baggage with us for despatch by oy
    \}} regular service, You can be assured of its safety.

    i} Remember !

    Rt WE GIVE PERSONALIZED SERVICE

    | SMITHS SHIPPING SERVICE

    MOVERS — PACKERS — & FREIGHT FORWARDERS,
    ( Alexander House,
    street,

    getown. Phone 3024,





    EDUCATIONAL {
    A ted number of vacancies |
    idents for a Commercial Da) |






    ', MAPLE MANOR



    He ¢ to commence shortly arc ;
    | able to the public, Interested GUEST HOUSE
    rdians are invited Opposite Hastings Rocks









    particulars fram the

    \ 1. BOURNE
    26.6.40—1t4

    Tel,—3021,
    eo
    SS oo



    ned by intervie






















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    } f core tone with verandah, drawing and dining room, tue
    } “ach with running water, kitchenette, lavatory and bi
    | , \ i
    | verite cover of and properly made yard, This house is wal
    h beautifwily made mahogany furniture and stands 4%
    | und at Christ Church opposite the sea.
    | asonable. Apply to DARCY A. SCOTT, Magazine Lane,
    4
    ay

    | WILLIAM FOGARTY LTD.
    | Inc. B. G.



















    | Grasp This

    IN OUR ELECTRICAL DEPARTMENT
    We can quote you

    on

    A.C. MOTORS (oov

    1/6, %, Y%4, 1/3 ELP. 50 Cycle 110 Volts

    th instructions ¢

    1 instructions to offer this very finely appointed his

    one of e fe remaining “Great Houses” im the Island
    tuated in a very beautiful hilly district?

    nd only 4 miles from the St. James’ CO@is

    by Royal palms are tastefully laid S
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    Attention is drawn to the Control of Lumber Prices (Defence)
    (Amendment) Order 1950 which will be published in the Official
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    Siind 11 April Mi I .•. ^un&au I5u0cate Pri. SIX fc.\TS Year 5.1. Leopold Proposes Solution For Belgian Crisis /MA7S HOLDS MIDNIGHT BATTLE OF TOOLS 170 Captured By Police PAK1S. April 15. rr-,VO SENIOR POLICE OFFICERS sustained serious %  htad injuries ill a Paris midnight halllc raging in the gltre nf searchlights and lifts noise of sirens as .lull sleelhrlmfled police and Hepuhlican guards kaftond through a j,,|e of machine (ools hurled hv last ditch" workers to aet possession of a nationalised aircraft factory, An armoured car stormed the massive steel doors of the Kellerman Factory on the Southern i'mits til Paris. About 300 arorktn withstood the sicice behind packing luled on top of r-nch other. They used ,,,.,„ • s. iron rods. brick! and •nyUunj els.' could lay their hands on UI the police in ;, lsled two boun Brain I ment this morning as scores of ; guards with rifles mul ton equipment p:r rolled the approachCAPT. AZIS ARRESTED DJAKARTA April IT. East Indonesian rebel leader Captain Andi Abdul A, I arrested on arrival hero from Macassar last night, the Sultan ol jaaakarla, Indonesian Defence Mmtftrr. told Parliament today. He said the Federal Government regarded Captain Azla decision to nxne to Djakarta its "unconditional surrender." 'Reuter' learned that the rebel leader spent last night in the military police barracks. Defence Ministry spokesman said preparations were continuing lor an attack mi the C rebel lorce in Macassar, East Indonesia capital, which mis been In their hands slnci .prll i well-informed here aud Captain Axis' troops would be "lighting mad" at the turn Of 11 %  These (OUTCthat Hit rebel leader would not have consuited lo come to Ujak.. Lieutenant-Colonel Mokoginla. Federal Army Commander in East Indonesia, not given a guarantee, m th. presence <>t Untied Nations observers, that he would not return to Massacai within four days. —Reuter. In Broadcast From A ci,aik„gc Switzerland lo Czech Clergy Princess Ex-communicated For Marrying TEHERAN. April 15. The Persian Court to-day "exMmrnu ideated'' Princess Favntcn fthlevi, sister of the Shah for marrying abroad without her brother's permission. She was deprived ol ail royal pierogaiivei and all connections with the Shah's family. The Princess married on Thur.s aaj an American indent, 25 vear old Vicent Lev Hillver in ih.i Municipal Office*, of the little Kunan seaport i • Italy. Great secrecy surrounded u,,, wadduiL; and ih< bridgegoom's pwnts. Dr. aud Mra HUlyer, of California, were only %  %  •. A crowd of several % %  wred people gathered outside the Municipal Office to ilux-i fh< young couple. " tall, dark and beautiful 21 year i>id Princess Came is the 0M youngest of the Shahs mi orotners and sisters. In the J* years since her schooldays. * nai won a worldwide repu'.sw lor her charm, her flair fop raes and her urtconvci.tica.alit v. ij year she lived incognito in £UT*ood for four months. ore that she Ul(ljl .„ .,„ *StS*Sf Wed ,0 sw ,1u world for herself —Renter. The factory, one of a chain of Sneckma (National Societv of Studies and Construction of Aircraft), employed about 4,000 workers. The Government intended to dismiss provisionally 3.300 in line with a policy of re-organising all nationalised aircraft factories. Hundreds ol delhai ened by II. | tl e clamour, came into the street the night battle. ekes wenl lo hospital with a fractured skull The police at U Cabinet meeting. About 50 workers escaped. About 200 workers barricaded themselves in the factory following an announcement by its Communist A. ,uee that issals were about to take place. For more than two hours, thev withstood this, about 800 police rds, pelting them with bricks, bolts and rneial at rttpe, ite road leading to the f.ntory was defended by a barn A Inch, .it tne stage of I. Hie workers projected .-ambling tear gas, believed to be from gas cylinders used in the factory. The barricade was forced by n heavy police lorry. The Kcllerman Works, belonging to the National Society of Enterprise of Aircraft Material Construction, has been threatened for months with partial or total closure. Breaking through the road barricade of girders and planks, the police entered the factory. Aliout 50 workers escaped from the factory when the police entered but the remainder, about i"0. were taken to the Police ilers. Later Ri \ the police in occupying the factory, which was littered with mechanical parts, beams and heavy metal cases. dragged by the workers to the doors as barricades. The prefecture, after interrogation, released all the workers except eight who were stated to be not employees of the factory. Ten policemen were injured by thrown from the windows and the roof of the factory and over the barricade. These included heavy gear winand spare engine parts of all kinds. Iteuter. KING the Carlton goalkeeper taking .. nigh one h football game at Kensington arnooo iv irda in the Two Will Repair Gnnadu Phones "• %  *... A.,.„„ ,.,„.,.„.„„ GRENADA. April 15 w2s Grenada %  pone system see, prospect ol "J* w.lh th. .urlval of I wo J""* -I the I^ndon headquarter', 2"*' CaWe and Wlrelcu and JJ* !" Sm'Ui 01 the Colonial e We,t UdiM ,„ „„ „,,„„,,, l*foation stales it I, mau-rl""on ol a long awaited prac2Lw ,,on m <** "Sttr, E?*** ol the ,„„ lh; „ „,„ —re> may no, „,„,„ m ^jmenution ol whatever plan rtao^l" 1 A1 "' -' "or/one %  • %  'that it u easle, J*M the capital ,„ hold ,. on I 5^JJJJ^ !u !" "mes than contact "anted that telephones are the .ate,, hd.che. "w CcJonial Otllce', i *"" w ""I" 'lie ir.jtt.T. 3 Officials On V f.' r ' ol State. c "wutu .' -""•fern'tH^ m — (B CsJUe). 2 Arrested For Murder PARIS. April 15 PoUoi todaj asr —t sd two Indotudtnts, one of whom was stated to have confessed last nifM lo the mui.iei ol aratlthj Indo-Chinese rich merchaia Nyguyen Van Tan. The two men were describ-.d us Ec Vo Van Tu. a student at Lyons, 25; and Ding Tarn Ding Ta. Nyguyen Van Tans familv raid the assassin had accused the merchant of treacherously supplying rice to the French forces in Indo-C Nyguyen Van Tan had several tin eosntng lo francs Polke said en attempt lo murder him had been made sevei.il BSest Ul -'Ho. Thev : Lit .. hi '. II sent to France to kill tin and that his registration at Lvon's was an alibi —Reuter. Hail Greets W.I. At Lords LONDON. April 15. '• %  at Lords toiia. and .1 batter north %  > with the i gee) lion i : Worrell, all the playeti "rough l> enjoyed Hines Johnson, the N fasi bowler, and Alfred Valentine, lell ..nil slow DOS Again the batting was most im| that ol Everton Weekes. Johnsoi loosened up and contented himself with a very short run. Alter the practice 13 player %  English Boecei i eagui Match In London. — Reuler. Shoots Daughter, Wife And Self BBU Kva..nin. torn. Military ;de w-ith his familv when So\ ll caujht him trying lo es.aoe t. %  he West Berlin Papci reported today. Guard* at Podejuch %  ..ii. where lie hoped to act on a boat for Sweden, despite general'. "'d l* •he paper .aat that he was lost, hi .. %  ar.old daugliwi. than his i" nim—Reuler. 1'restrail Down With Measles From Our laondon Correspondent LONDON, April 16. Members of the West Indies Cricket team are wondering, following the removal lo hospital ol Ken Trestrail with measles whether there is any chance of the outbreak spreading. of them h previously had measles which though primarily || a childish complaint, can be picked up l>> adults. One player who will b* a special eye for an> telll in the next few days is Roy Marshall who shared a cabin with Trestrail on the ii. had the same room al the hotel. Ijist night, Marshall 11 I the hotel after attendinu • show. bad on the light m his bedroom and found Trestrail lyiny in bed. "Don't come near me. I've got measles." Ti* • %  nd Marshall hopped quickly downstairs to gci himself another room. Tonight McDonald Bailey and nther members i team at Albany Club—London's exclusive sportsman's headquartAmone. those present were Denis Compton, Brie Hedser, Alec Bedser and Jim Laker, all of whom ill be playing against the West — (By Cable) 100,000 Flee Soviet Zone BERLIN. April 15. More than lOQ.tHMi Boviel Eow inhabitants have fled to West Berlin In the past 14 months, Frau Margaret Von Dcr Dekcn. head Of the West Berlin City Administration Refugee Office, here today. tal ot t3ooo of theea refugees has b e e n granted %  tpted %  The rest, who had tetunied to ("..lining Weal Berib I man) In work, food a treatsnent Most of I have rteii th) of conscription Into ti" %  min-Tg area in Saxon\ I Drr Di;cn said. —Reuler. Seretse Can See His Wife For Five Days BECRUANALAND SI KHAM \ ,,.„|,| exiled Cl iel D 1 BDgwtto tribe, lodaj received permi %  while wile in (he tribal capil a nve 'lays and on conditions. SPORTS WINDOW i. wire m. .( Kmunnon Hinorraw aftaraom DivlMai f.i uw fguu HI rutvv |iU>rd (our .won tiurr ..ml UM oCh. Empln have -,.t jyi< .via tm\e *on %  % %  >: Iha BUMt! I BStl BSSni ihrtore •*!*•• Ihrw iNni TKU-*dlwmiry Uud rios .ilwav* lfl*lt UUCW IU*M1W .ll.J •l.r ran irni ih, ,H,tiu ,iirt FirM DtVUiOll LN4U0 utbUi %  >— %  %  f-r.-iir* %  w km V.n t'mwio MHWJ, S. p. MtiMKi. ton ft r.. I.ld hav-r dulMlad ntsf ot ht i>4 botllm to Ihp Hiniiti n>.-:tth. Th public in-* Mkrd lo < '|NJ1C by iuriii4i tlt 0 cnlt % %  rtrd' kllcliem Eardwn 11 I •nproMchlu Ki>ain<(UHi fiviii Uta WoelbuO' Ho-d ulilr Tin is*enlacing from I. Km a Slksulg aoiar UM u :. %  • at brniirtl tlw K-nUiloii SU.d. Th* Qeonf# dullviMM Memorial ill Also be onrii lo thoM lircpl* who want to 'It th*r nnd lh*i ahould ri.fctr by the £at> at i he bk nf the s nd. U rvfryons brlua trx* &f *. tntnmcr wffl POCKET CARTOON h> VSBCRT LANCAS li. I ^TiS^ '.' %  %  iMorUefiie. mi Or III oesn conciasi. f'ifli thetfre purely ,vlnect:t> ptesomeaa, with no oasll %  I ncili(lc fact /" %  pee her M The High CofrunisBtonei t<> Berhuunaland. Sli Evelyn Baring stated today thai the pea April 16 to 20. led lha rolknvtn rritlnt %  ai i iv. ii %  i %  it rough au %  w.ih good Qovenunesd S. He would neither hold not attend anj meetings or publii %  ngwato Rc.v i %  that tl Liable to IK? withdrawn at any time without or that of his I %  %  i Inter-State & statement added. Today perralssioa we I>I rmil few tribal ten, the Br ttsl i < at ng t< nfncial statei Ruth had tlie tr be Keuler. JohaiiiM'shiartr-HoiiH' ey JEEP ROME. April 15. Two South Afiuan pilnrims I have ai [ a live-month journey across the full length of the African neat A I "ng proprietor. K bertnan. Zyrrw. both of Ot off from Johi i renvesnbei M ta la min g etr journey .ng Una In %  %  1 Kenya, the Be , terranean to Malta and Reuter. I'HAGl'K. April 15. A Suffragan Bishop in Slovak) %  ide ol rh. %  hops who refuse Catholic Church laws. eheved to have disagreement within the ice, which hitherto was %  l>r Do1 it a letter addressed to the %  (higher .nd that the U agreed with him that Church vacancies shoul !mt that his superior, Jan -.. Roman CatnoUc Bishop in Slovak! ade "i the "< reeum%  ^iii that tinState Churcl %  Unued 1 %  %  %  The | ind now to road of anti-state activitj %  —Reuter. Adenauer Regrets Incidents / Hamburg /'rial BONN, Al-: A | day cxa a Hamburg Tr.., of the Jewish remeter] In Prankfurl this week. The ('! | II thej are nVn 1 %  %  : %  Wards their Ji %  man people would agree with him %  %  %  Ig %  . • Jewiafe ment". %  %  utaide the %  i %  Frankfurt unknown M eoppi i %  %  %  tones in Bavai %  —Reuter. GOVT. HOUSE GROUNDS Gave Secret* OPEN TO PUBLIC fsrM time, as far as can b e remembered. Ol % % %  -iinds were opened (o yeeterdsQ i 4.30 until 6 p.m. There was not much at who attended Ice Band uncV i nd walked through the spacious (rounds and lawns. Some t < nwhUde kept an Ai | Home for the public, ai \ %  to the public at a small charge which went tow funds. In Fun RAVARIA. April 15 iVdolph Mm %  year-old American Air tporal. told an American court given seerI to American Countei h • fun" foreign powei planned to teal U he promi %  formation for them. His idea, he said, was to have them arreded Ea documents Reuter More Jamaica Orange Juice For Britain TON. April 15. Tlie British Ml has signed a 10-, buy 2,750 tons of cu: sweet oranfe juice from Jamaica year I j Jamaica wiii ha-. annually against the present supply of 500.000 boxes. For the first year, a supply of 1.000 tons is cxdng until the maximum is reached. China's Famine Affects 40e000a000 People 7.000,000 In Most Serious Plight Tlif Preaidenl Danced ON, April 15. %  day visit the Chilean Embassy for students and other members %  The Cl'r-iuenl ,-.a.\ ,• train UUS sitentOOB %  %  PteuU-r. HONG HONG April 15. Famine iO.000.000 d began ment announced today. The official < Uaat Chen Yun. %  nnalttee of Financial and Affair*, gave this figure at a meetinj ernment Stati on Thursday. "'' people plight" in %  %  Keutet. "*Gn'ulir liimihav BOMBAY, hi %  Ituja Malt. Bomb ry %  six largesi —Reuter. QUAKE-PROOF' VILLAGES PALERMO April 15. %  %  I uicc those %  the area has been the giant flruter. Will Hand Over To Baudouiii If Parliament Approves BRUSSELS, April 15. £XIL£D KINO LEOPOLD told the Belgian people to-day in a broadcast that if Parliament restored him to the throne he would temporarily transfer his Royal Rights to his 19 year-old son Prince Baudouin. Broadcasting to his nation for the first tim* in 10 years, the exiled monarch put forward in transKing c. i not bet %  In ;. %  %  %  %  with th* '.'! I "Thi' 1 Of u %  %  %  among stundo, %  tiding. %  tions. I %  ceptcreiKiity %  %  %  %  is; the t inn On KINO I I urm N oluUon would be accepted with Bent of all", in has hs aadasii, King told his nation: %  countrymen, ll i> w itii deep emotion thai i ad* dress you to-da> again words Of thanks to the na11,111 ri11 having gtven proof to me nf then rtll bj then ma1 Uonal ref%  Sallalag .n ,i aAiafacUoD which I teeA, me to finwho mi March 11 deemed it impossible to give me tinmark of coi Use Hint lowen %  thai tf n... InsUtuUom K. W. V. Aromafic Wines I VAKI.IIA UNkl VII '"I 1 irKMlM III " VKRMOltTH \n BBU ellrnt s I i c h t I V lalgang eg sjnlkelli isibotance*. Vmn heesgl for Cocktail 1 noikirut baa io Both Wine* bSM lent qualities, aa beverages and rr > UN l.r K KM MrllgtHtiili, lUiourrd. Liijurur h.i. In ,'i. v. 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    PACK TWO si M>U ID si NDAY, il'llll. „, Ul Qcvdh Qalimq island OH IW accompanied by Mr. Jons* :ig at It?"* Worthing. Saint Joan at r PHILIPS W PHILIPS SUPER DELUXE TABLE MODEL • THE LAST WORD IN RADIO MANUFACTURE provldsa undUtorUd rcption. II U excellent in gound volume and hill control ol roptoduc lion. atbacBT* and ai*lic in appearance with all the PHILIPS qualities embodied. MANNING & CO., LTD. AGENTS. has been here /or 01 %  ncndavmg ..' ". James, the Iteauld : r.dos home. It f for Bertrvi. staying lot it so much that 1 ton't win! in Travelled with Princess Alice M here for two months' holidaying a: the B in Winnipeg yesterday During her stay herthe round trip on the Lady ,\Vlson to British Guiana, and return. She left on March 9 and ret March 22. She was very thrilled when she arrived in Trinidad to Princess Alice and the Earl of Athlone joined the -h-p on the way to their British Qul %  Producing Rebecca M TOl i, produring "Hebeon l,,r Iho Bridgetown Players at Barbados in late February for an indefinite holiday as a guest of Mr. Victor Marson H* % %  '. St. James Mr. MrC.ee once taught theatre for one year in a Cottage in Texas and Ia*t Summer he was designer and Technician at the Had Bafn" Theatre in Massachusetts 'luring the season which lasted fur four or live • When he returned to New York, he appeared in an off Broadway production of "Trouble in July" by Erskui Caldwell, author of Calgarj ,in ' spirituals Tobacco Road Igs AlAntiguans best of all. Her acEven before he came here he )(( n j, ,i! employees of TC.A.. companist was Mr Walter Chum|V* SATUHDA I had heard of the Bridgetown !': % %  ,v from Canada or bers. an Antiguan. V/ weak at St. A ers. and since his arrival he has TC r Miss Faulkner is the guest of |fr. Oscai Chi lira. C T Smith. Next Chase ol Uppi Mondav her second recital will be married to Mi HllUcent Snaggs. .1 tlon of Rebecca which op.(t [h( .Mc hodls church and on daughter of Mi ro-ny OrtaT len bvi*:* will be preJ„J> on Thursday. April 20 JJ-*H ;md then the :ol.owhv i> at R.M pm !" *^H %  ,l th< t'olS It Meal,,th the periodar betv andS*! 'loenth century^* Joan. .1 ir ~£ raised by cm to restore 5? •t the French cow* • vcntually^* ; twcKgrouna ij w X The play is a long one, fa. %  : %  -. es is that 2 ;nd rfiiu, torn France Joan, ho and He alan " : %  -PEN. seeonri from left, was among those leaving Bai T^USF"* Bermuda. She is seen here walk me toward the plane with the other Mrs Nma VayjjJJJ 1 ** Married at St. Ambrose Vaujhaa J2 n. the Innga!" al Rp^ > -Uidenft. :i " Counsi dies r>! ih t %  ; 1 ith. %  time'. per wed M every Sun Here for Three Weeks T HREE I ... Juceline dk I I Stelle. They are here fur three weeks mi holida %  %  B.W.I.A. Staff News M R OLIVER from Trinidad B.W.I JK H for just 1. I A %  .veil in his it |g undai shortly be returning to Ti In Left for Montreal M ISS ANNA I daughter >f U %  1 the c.oif ciui> Road led y< l Hei parenl others are guests Methodist Church and on daughter goes to St. After her performances I r :iGOramony, Faulkner is coming to Bsrbados. conducted by Bet asslsti %  For Five Months A BOL'T a year and, a half ago f \ Rosa, and her daughter Jean who are from irriTCd In Bai have settled here, living at Minatei ; irine Oardana, 1 Jean Rose left by TC.A.. for Canada en route to England on a live months visit Her mother see her off. Orha Glad to be Back |i*H JOSEPH Mr.Alexande, on a dress of bro, 1 \ <>"+\ ut on Princes, lines 11 :' ('Y 1; Trims* M MISS I U t KM I Anegadan Singer Coming Here B British %  %  well lo %  This Is the Ludy as attired ana aiithiiiium tended by Miss Thelma Mitchell, maid, who wore a emon ninon. The duties of Of 1-as at^btalrport to i" rlormed brother. Mr. 600 Feet of Colour Film Back To Curacao DUU reel 01 ^oiour rum AN)) ^ WI after an enjoyable three recently via Trlnida .. -,. ,.. P.I.BI., In 1 1 Mayor of Arnprior On'hey wore StsrjdJ Ing. Manager f Canadian Public Saw Flying Saucers Booth Co. \f US MARluN HORN During his stay here he hasiVl mother Mrs. Anrtaken over six hundn ,1,. among the p colour film and he is going to edit |M i i; to Mr II C Collier Mrs. Horn was one Of tho and also show it to many of his the Windl Canadian friends. supposed Flying Saucers. She '• returning to England Was In the R.C.A.F. is on hor was to < H .1 It MC LEOD. who Is her other daught) Toronto and his Engbeen here %  X monUiS. hsh wife arrived yesterday by Last Night 1 \ Mr McLcod. when he re AST NIGHT at 8.19 .11 leave has been proJ_, to Office Manager of the o. S M D Branon in Chicago. During „ve the ( lth thoRCA.F ., ,,ll be here lor two week%  All T.C.A. Staff and are staying at Cacrabank. Firtt Vitit [KliK lor two .•H' %  %  1 %  iVI Nassau and Beroj Hi Id tiuda. ly broadc..iturday al thus time. For Discussions %  low Hotel, \| l( H •. \ H Pali iT Mr. 1 : %  ki General Sales Manager of E B. POW er Company. This is to dlSCUSS with U visit to Barbados but 'he posatblUt) to I 1 SM Hotel. Itor to theii glad lotoj : : SKELETON CROSSWORD BY THE WAY *, BEACHCOMBER M I %  %  %  I l.rt; folk* %  %  l.iitlv liiiilin tlv tfvttM He said that he conferrinK with Hon'h. Tanner, the Can., who an IvOd Mi Btahop -I York via Trinidad by B.W I A l 1 is staying at the %  T truth be %  %  %  %  m %  l 1 1 i I M that Back from Home Leave A FTER s six-month Eng I. mouse—not : .1 course—wh K %  %  to bait her trap Shtldo %  : I Dutch s [ %  be in. use drani .• ,r ol ,. California, now She 1 ome§l M 1 ; BLAtn UEMO.NMKAIIUN Bel v. 5 p m.. 1 n back 1 : the Pepof the i %  the eheete wltl 1 %  UghL The lady Ith %  put the g> and left the cheese out t la 1.. 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    gUNDA! Al'RIL 16, m:,u SUNDAY ADVOf \.l. Fire At Paradise Kd. Bush Hall cHOKTty win: < urnintf the Fire VIpM Mali. On Jpd nttjhbours already had it anlw control r E LOM ntfntm value "' s21> JSuion # Prt Street, hat both watch S'moo** "•*• r !" K-^n brflene on Thursday iCr belong to himself mid MarSiMdU Rock. A of w** 3 wa v : julua Button ol He staled removed jan [be Mathill I fTMU. LOSS 1 -gied that the money wa* rcaovca from deak at the Data MM S MRM IISIU: Dominica, who etcapi me Government Industrie! on Easier Monday, was recaptured on Baxters Road on W< b* Simeon Union of Richmond cap. He mi me Police. B OBBY DAVI8 t CoUtga Savannah. St. John mi severely Injured recently while ruing'a scooter along Church View Hill. St. John. II. tv Hken to Dr. E B. Carter bleediBf from UM I; n understocki flrucK a lia head. A IHILPM'S ( %  R I PPIT II Ol DejieUi Road was toed 10 10 Oe pain ith Or one %  oaths imprisonment by Hii Worship Mr. K A Mi: Friday. He was found n his paw etboage and a qui el of being stolen or unlawfully %  UM %  The offeD March 5. D DUNG Tin: WII.K lire Of ill In broke out at Bdghlll Plantation, s: liomas, and 100 holes if %  ire the pn i • Ltd and weninland. S AMUEL ii. \ it K i %  table at Hai Friday jB was his ;>. V VIAN si i \I:I i Road i |Hir of shot %  19 from A N \KIIIIM ,. Mapp fl Philip id %  bout 2 20 | |B* motor lorry P-80. owned) by %  ttby Plant i iven bj ent drawn and driven by I. TW Mouses. St Philip The eBakt'.v was in .. %  A REPORT reached) t on Friday from Payne of Culloden Road), who anted thai U JWd. St. u taken 01 %  M died at her hori flay K HOVBB PLYING IA1 I U thaaatariy •action last night about six •"clock by a young man In St 'lawrence MoreScopeFor Handicraft IN ANTIGUA %  much i na, Specialise Teacher of i;, merit attached to the St J Boys' School of th.it the "A i adhere earlier way to boon granted u two-yi amp at the School of indu I Re hi Mtytni it the COBAOPOUSunday H work as a handicraft teacher was strum oc principles of wood work new work regular workshop practice within %  Ufdll to beconv Thencentre be eld. was fed from other adi. groups of twelve engaged in the making rona from old bits of % % %  sand had also gon. making a thermos •' Indlngj waa also done ( %  specially the ,< % %  library b often etUpi school and domestic oqu '.ill hanth. 1925 to 193 its tutor In Spanish %  the W< t : that hi i I %  %  u inder the tounctl for : %  Mr. Wllli %  %  %  %  %  %  V I try. but with the %  % %  %  i ind Res Hugh %  %  %  %  Mr. 8. C. I h an d i cr aft work boa fancy woi %  i %  mens ol ch< by Earl Dal %  PAGE SEVEN ( hified Currency For Caribbean %  %  %  ommmr %  Un 'in on. IUIUHM. nearly a People Must Not Live In The Flood Area PEOPLE should not reel w area. ] I IV tft RAVUnnu ., ... _i I down immediate them fiui %  Creche Nurses Presented Certificates Three • %  %  HI Han %  %  : %  the work %  and II A P %  i %  %  Pisa Beard bagni adders "i the r* amaam Ibe Bei ret u*i In < MUX I I ipHal \\..IKi -i naatea i Warnaalen waa peat poawd until neat Saturday, %  Likes Steel Bands %  lira I Browne, Miss Norma St* I ... bald b) Di %  Mr. ".I %  i. i ) on the diitlcull ta inhai launched %  %  taiy. Mr Qreei '. %  %  At UM eonclu %  %  Civil Service Conference Tomorrow 1 %  %  i %  i British Oa i i Brineh n IWM Deeatat i On i idai i %  %  Hi Kitti ^' %  • si Vincent %  %  %  • cnmlttae has agreed on %  f the leglslaUon itmg terrt%  .sill now %  %  thai their introduction into will I ; 11 be \ enabling had by all o o n as D for the uiToncy note i the three %  Kingdom. The lea will be raq lenta for supplies b \ 9.'> 1 %  i '.it eontaot baan inIhe draft legislation Fresh for yoiu Pets ! I UNA DIM. (HOW 'URINA RABBIT (HOH h Jason Jones & Co, Lid. Oblributon. 12 In Careenage After fishing I 1 like th to moor my i %  Mvft ale %  %  11 %  %  %  %  %  %  %  tatigua Gets Firal W omao Treasurer iRDS baa Ml Y \ %  %  %  aad %  %  The Stale Of The Alleys wjhe m..,. rtt branch %  ej out fi ,,,. {i w ,.„, %  >aalerday morning but %  u* other hand nothing baa been Pje to improve the look^ ,f %  ihutteri I block thi enti %  %  JUiki's All..> U still hi r' ff^'ble to *. k two Lr."**' 1 Bo""" Une %  pw and Dromedary I..i„ blta ; fcr Hi M s,,{ "^ "' cant washing si'KKl. BANDS %  innichael, Superintendent ol theG* %  told the "Advoca:%  i working throutfa Ihe \ %  Extia Mil •' %  Of ti" todlat. peat eight weeks and i i. III ihoru). that he did not uka H %  ,u,i he had lat a got unterattad in them The ban mony, rhythm %  1 BareT, "It the iMo, uniLs Mr. Carmlchaci : )t was of a \ Otdke 'S was demonst!. r . .a In 1949 during UW lit „ Sn HUIK-I: : of the i olona I reached I high standard in chord %  the mtawVal .7/Per Week Insufficient Dang \: %  %  %  %  1 %  which it-i i re i %  if Hu and %  %  one or two of the others do odd Ifhnai at* tcrday thai %  %  %  %  lias th.un %  All thos<* over ti8 % %  I %  1 1 %  Ait He felt then %  for Ihe I '. %  I %  %  %  TWO HUNDR] ,. I Qloria H< i should I'.. cornpriaad of 280 %  are consigned % %  %  Coal Arriveg Beer, Stout Irrive %  %  %  %  i %  %  i %  %  %  %  CYCLIST INJURED %  I i %  %  %  %  %  I %  he front %  i Uta MM Bainadii Ian I-II : i on su! %  %  %  %  HARRISON'S BROAD ST GOODS RECENTLY RECEIVED INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING ITEMS I CHR0. PLATED BIB AND STOP COCKS NECKED BOLTS 3 in., to 6 in.. C. P. AND BRONZE FINISH. BRASS RACKING COCKS H. P. BALL VALVES CASEMENT STAYS Black 18 i. ALUMINUM CURTAIN RAILS COMPLETE WITH FITTINGS. PERFORATED ZINC SHEETS MAGNA CAST IRON BATHS Porcelain Bnanwlled .mil rnmpUla with *'.!*. H.IIHI (. Tap. Ovariknv mid Watt* PittljBca $104.38 EACH. Hardwr„ Depl. fal .36* HARRISONS To make a Savoury Ois': really tastyMAR MITE The Vitamin 8 Yeast Food Made in En.lind LIGHT & POWER TROUBLE FREE STAJ. . "LISTER" ALTERNATOR SETS 1 ' K.. UILSIX DRIVEN ALTERNATOK8 ,; s.w. • s "-w. ; ; ; if %  ; All KW r n>lrtr .in, s.lirhbo.r*. uid AuloauUr YolUt. Rrgulalon. C0MPL?ri RANCF. OF SPAII* PARTS IN STOCK! **** • %  I HU. I IH>S FOI XHR t Ltd. (Oaddinq 3W* DAMASK for distinction M 1(1 IRISH LINKS IIA.MASK I Mil I I I.OIIIS '.:• x '"i aa, .. >II.BII I $11.74 • l.l 1,7.'. \ MKINs in M\U II H v a aa. UNI \ I ail.I DAMASK 7n I f haa widr IVr Ml. s |J| ; M, CAVE SHKIMIIiltl) A (.. Ltd. 10. II. 12 & 13 BROAD SIXEI V*''-'.'-'. %  '.'.•.:::•,:•,:•,',:•,'.: '.---,*.-,-,•, YOUR Y. Phono DISTlNCTIVr. AND DirFEHTNT Oui Buyer go*, yeaily lo lha flriiuh /adusliies fau SV II guarantees Low I IEWELLCRS DE LIMA & CO.. LTD: 4644 -o20. Broad SUel A FEW FOOD SPECIALS SftJfMal f0UI$rn fin I ti I i K-EIJ PERKINS & (<.. LTD. Roebuck Strret, Dial 2072 & 45U2 —. IIKM ).-•• Is Irul. wilk ELIZABETH ARDEN Pr r pa a* I aeaae% Hrllllanlinr lllr... inn, t ream Foundiallon ( rrm a> skin Food \-niii..ni i.oiioit ^ Reeaani I'oMiif.s ^ i > %  i.ivii oaaa ltf.Kloi-lll l.l tWII.HI-S 1.1II. PHOCNIX BEAUTY COUNTER I IS VI



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    T" ,y. AI'RH. 1C. 10311 -i NDAV DVO( PAGE TIIKKK RICHARD TODD MEETS PERIL IN HOLLYWOOD \nd Burst Their Favourite Bubble §> % % %  Fr-iVi-irlk f wok : New York. RICHARD TODD. sailing for are sensitive, and with Ih, J^ and boo* soon alter ouch on u,, w ,„ "J5 hll lirsl picture "" lo do and do it_nd hoT JSSfc u taking >•'"'>; *< "IW oHen wondered how ,he "^;e ideas on iloU>ood. man raring into lown did that "S place . only a village, he dismount ., luU .|lo£ ,v c l ££ 'people talk too much, ,„ lc m Bu w !" me ^rcially about other people ana W a. the way m which tn, ho !" h. •! lUelf I, trained to come to ?W nJumniits are a dally h... , ho momem h Ifkt lilted off the saddle -U the stone. .."out wrung out ,„ Ena i, nd „ !" ",: • to tall the Urn. w. mounl hal j he h ^ e ,0 w ^ d u*ejut is no. Hue keep right on KoinR— ;,nd vr.u',1 "One gclsjo work a, „. ,„ WJ broken bones." „, -MakiiiK-up tab long a"" ,hc n J"V n|! am 'r Iron III,. at the same speed. •From the actor's point ol view. Two things did bother Todd and aditthe absence ol Between a British studio and an cup of lea and the way in which American." restaurants and shops maintain . -.!. !...< %  _....., "" %  '•I'Mf men to Jump Into your lailttUl iMilll i ,,„• ,he moment vou arrl ssssttsa W -put one's iou*. in il in nony. T . my course, they car. ire all makes the slightest Af,er l "** %  I M used to it." columnist and spread abroad If !" "> WOrtUWUJ you deny it. you . JUDY HOLLIDAY, II you don't, everybody bellevei court-room scene was the bit u( the Blm Adams Kib. is to be In his first Hollywood pftcturt, tUrnd In %  r %  Bora \*i.terday, the coim-iiv Ruth Roman. Todd plays a W hi. i %  % %  outitudlBg Bre* i descent. Herv .s %  ejrl who will be He found the the job learning to ride well on %  Ami lo llroailnav Hi Hoists all I Claire Luce, who tuti bet pea ring here on television, is '•One thla said. "I thought IW horses badly treated in Wettern Bros way play With a silk %  m pulled up si. Thread, lo optQ Mitt month. Sinsuddenly as lo re> % % %  "' Will play haunches wim what looked like brutal marry a doctor but .-ill that her heart belong footlights. Autlu %  / %  • %  %  lay iuducn reepons. Their n —L.E.S. Judu Holiiday u i T* ofM day. %  "• I J"' 11 * M ins sHOI i m BoUrawai. hole, use super latuii u t it would cert lion ig at) ti r W I I. V E O'CLOCK HIGH the Emi'ii %  a most ahtatiB |li It concerns the first struggles and grim efforts on the part %  >: I Army Air Force to pr efficiency < 'tubing on German;.. of Worlu H a picture that is fraught with ten* emotion, humoui and MUltemem. %  •JIMM :r.,:i %  the ment. whkh IK. to eonunu %  i strict dlai otent that in tne group mi.. the re%  •"pe — Unwell suddenly crackj unda the unn. RftBBV In the role ol the General, it of his % %  . • \t file* i in< m.i ; 12 O'CLOCK HIGH By G. B. .HI undarlyi Suppor:•lugger, whose bumOW ... alcoholic lapses are not only aim required In ; %  film ol %  %  Merrill as Col. %  %  %  %  %  Id cast, red •>.. tin' caal and Individ i %  %  : Aim "inakihalaava' \n\, strict reality. The setting* rot ly product of the planes ere tai etua bate with the Oei tructlon oi Anv i %  . The mu %  %  %  return* i : sing. I, I %  t htcago Dtwdline I HICAO* %  Dl playing 'i Id vs. %  %  %  i GARDEN HINTS FOR AMATEURS Ift Zlattwl Time Seefls 7jnrua %  i -pared %  iTolec%  into the toot apart, but do not rose the mould %  i D three ,.r fOUi \ ed plantlaa picking ofl %  it Mnd %  Juai Icatloo of nuuv oo much eed right Ihrough the ndidly to the ;l flow%  B height of '.*: Ing blitoms as 1 %  Storing Seeds 11 i %  i down' %  %  Cutting! %  %  Moon. Thl %  %  %  %  rter the I full of the mo %  %  %  %  %  :iH Will harm th< %  nduig. %  %  %  %  %  %  i SorrOWfol Jones' %  %  %  %  %  %  I Simple, safe, sure day-long freshness; odour-free clothes. ooov* FOR QUALITY & FLAVOUR STANDS SUPREME IT.CHING INFLAMED SKIN potal soit liiiisli for nulural lovcllnesi NttUni could br IntUtr, or more admired, than Ik, hfwl velvet i.ni.h of Yardley uowder, on skin that \M been kept ilear and smooth by Yaxdley. YARDLEY '(pinp lhxion J powde i) (in HIM natural shade*) >• OLD BOND STRUT • Just the lift your figure needs when necklines plunge deep-down KclcMleu Itchkng—ctuKJrr lbs ikun. .pctdilr drrelopi into InrHaimn runpln mJ open torn uokn duvixJ. 1 rRiuunds ol .km luflerna have proved tMt there i-. noinimi "lure *urc in neaha than D.D.U. PreatnpiRM.. Thit (amotu IBM >i-vi pcmiiaie the lonured %  "HI (iMiiet. aataaa the tmeiuif germ* and • iiix.mulieir.ie.r.H.f,. Whafeveilormuf 'ioninmhlci.givina vou painaad disirev it /IMA. PSORIAgtS, BOU3, rNUFnONS, PRICKLY HEAT, MAL.MtIA SORtS or RINGWORM 1*1 %  few ippUcatton* of wonderful n^OD Prevctiption UI give inttut %  i-.evcic, .m.i rhe ftooJ reaulii *ill he laaungl DUD PrtKiiptwii it -'burnable I rum chemau aoj Uiuei %  paq arhap OAffssswrti I.B.Arrnitrong Lid., Brldgatowr Dec-la-tay tyltlaidai 7vim FIMO, itxisu mi elunrni MtUkW. M i.|nt in list ln f.Uiion, Msidn Form dn.ji.ta Dec-ljliy II dipt l In liont, yet Ihiokl lo clevsi coalliiKlion, Mlfl, few bssom hi|n and dim leu 11 s.i! tj rim Cat Ijlay 1 SI mihll part •I ui -.idioOV w M pi.in.u coMumts. Baadesa and 2 inch b.nd la .BUS. fsnk. oi ISHOH sum, ind black MM |l ilieM sad cmn| wui|; in -Ml braadclotn, loo. Tim is, tHauioi 7rww 101 (.. IIM I Fimi M1 n.t.e SUM Four Steps to Four Continents 1. Anerica. Trans World Airline have an ntansive MtfOlk linking all the piincip.il ealiM HI the United Stalev 2. Kuropr. Connecting Shannon. I'.in,. QtMWi Koine, Aihc.i.. Madrid and L^bvm .'. Africa. 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    PACK SIX SUNDAY ADVCX >l NDAY, APRIL 16, m, BARBADOS 0> ADVOOATI Sunday. April 16. 193(1 Tll' III|OI<;IIM' Of §e*weH The Bar! i nment has I with commendable speed In obtaining a new Manager for Otawell Airport. The new runway is being constructed and it is hoped will !* %  n tin August. A very modem svstem of Air Traffic Controls hshed at Seawell. Renovations and remodellings of the customs and wailing sheds have been carried out. But Seawell is still a daylight airport. Charter planes can notti their desire to arrive, and if [x'rmissiim is granted, night landing cai v. IMIMI rrap for tu. hour of the day or nighl when the new biata tion ha does not so w rk The : bados. it is I tlie .iture which would lxll i ,!y-four-hour stalls illof duty. Twenty-lour-hou: but w.ll thi .are'' The question ami %  i ( .• • loll I Of Si'. What is I. Tl,. like that ol kk-nl the .; %  locks pluh, the I I airp think • liui the ilipOCt II Mai.. just Si\|Miir'ldom qu.ihi' I oe done in Barbai : <'at deal of effort .mce. The rewards of effort and perscve: Barbados on man-. ecenl moathi but nowhere has n more spectacular than in the High T>me and the Madame Bromova d'Spl.'' ale still brash In I mcm< i nonth the Bridgetown D| a performance at the : Krltrcca. and this month i ft are to perform B. I n oil St t Saint Joan. But the most cheering news for theatre iineement that a Barbaib has been formed and rthttrtlng for the Miillr Watch Thi tVt a long ind the standard "I I appUu ed. When it is ben ol tin Dramatic tady won • will i I ,ii the %  tk Club should he 1 the kind which Barl idot thi tnnot he left to support ., i roval by It %  %  . i but i >v. i.ii will What Barl %  Bt who have ltd I pllcai rlnci i other contributed handsomely ind have been thtii contri... th ol culture Barbados men bant prinett hot Individual! ted largi mdtu the tneourt Coun%  % % % %  > 'hat the Uvidual ll.nl tlnfltldl ol education I Moll and help is still tort'iic I"*** '" '\' v form ol 11' \' lopratnl and Welfare l but i i' it t>..ii. wealthy I I | :n cannot supply 1 otributi and rieh vltltInubti .,l bentflt buy happiness itrt, .out it i> I I talent which %  ommunlty. .. ijr. S mmi CUMMINGS reports from the Spa onm ammmm m Mrs. BUTTLETON 1,,., „.,'l „„l„ M %  >.. llH (.a.I I uith 0/f, CMMMC >""' WALLABA POSTS 8 and 10 ft GAIA VMSi: SHEETS 24 Gauge — 7, 8, 9 ft ALUMINUM SHEETS 6, 8, 10 ft AT WILKINSON & IIAYNKS CO.. LTD., Successors t, C. S. PITCHER & CO., LTD. PHONES : Hi:!, i IT::. MM "B*fi thr m.urrupubii.i* ol SOCIO Jim .< who in H I E Si.Jiny On The Feme 111 t ItKI 11-11 SNOW \M> -Kl l"i: VO! R?*l 1 imi iii HI \ips Chukchi (i %  %  be a matter of r< \ i for a sun Road lo I %  %  rlutb, I Ivan will throttle vou by and by. When Bi with i When ( ;i %  s.i hush, little nil %  I) by. The 1'wur l*lli llule* | A Mrk mi tlil- in Ihr iiLoruini A Nek on llic |M ll nlclit. And * vuu NM "> it" hrr Uu ..ii Hu i I>II Whrlhrr -h. wron^ ,.r hi hi. \llii.iii'ts Of Harriet 1 Hi* UkW THIS is tO Into* '. %  While %  %  with ..ii ;. Uttle mi Kate anil fount clous gei At ih I he ii I (Bj SATH %  III* llo.i*i Am ll.trlisliiim! %  %  Slranir l.ile Of I lie Stsi %  %  i.: 'II hum %  %  ontinued "What %  .1: Win,;in %  %  wit, and %  Thin hu V. ill V. 1 iiich, Yun a . in the lda\ Ihouitlil %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  n in unfitlenee Corner :ul brcek%  %  the buy li/Jll to \ll ,"U6h. Our Htailrs hay I What I* Thiire % %  Federation Thai %Ve (annul Achieve Nvm %  Sun /. ami {>t> kly it h D..il> releir*|h %  ; %  %  ,. i it %  %  lUluenm \ itv .i his petitl %  fill mri. %  l';ut%  *• <•"' %  spirant till K v.mplrc Cotl of Lit %  i %  %  • !• r | monk •>! ihi Or* i .1 M lUruanl. Ijlkin HI i lllii in.i ..I,. %  Illllll-s I illl-lll .. i iii nil %  i pi trieih %  art) Ux mail' thm-n U tbr ..lion, hot ii an aaaurnawa of IM. faith. "Hl


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    PACK TWII VI SUNDAY ADVOCATK IAY, APRIL IC, us, CLASSIFIED ADS. Kill HIM IM inn \oil4 l-..s HATE S %  1-OK SAL* p <'**' KBIT WANTED charg* 1 SA1XS HEAL ESTATE pe< •*•'* ""• %  chaifa .. *t line i charB" %  MARR To M' BiRTB VAKfl To Mr A Mr*. W-rt"i „„ . %  '''. %  ** %  • .„.. 01 Mr. dmvhtrr of V %  •.. MrVera J" • rufion Rro N V •!>• I M I DIED %  M'-OS %  %  IM-.4. •••!' Wabnu. AnO'M Ralph Wataun. II B. F-ni— l*"or Slri"Con^ MISCELLANEOUS • <*)?** iklB A.-— —Hi %  I BROAD •r PWTll-S fa VAh RAALTI MODERN DRUB SIIOI'IE lir—n SI IS 4 ~3n .or. With lock* and reinforood ror..from VI l up G W HUTIHINSoN in se--*i %  VERR—One Sol. 'Practically : %  %  ;> Burton C o Hindu & Co Druflpal VTOVI A OVEN On* Fntiken OH %  < er almoM new I M)4 <*!* %  Vojltaa Almo. %  • i ton CMy%  lay*. KB— of rvrrr % %  ;. old Jr*ela. fine RUaer. %  > Earlr book*, Map*. Aut.] .B.-t.f n 1 I X > MEW HAVEN • %  nirtaad. I bedroom. %  V'i i h bathinC box %  T ABA WAV S> Ptilbp c* I imtroattK.. 3 %  *r-.irpnrk. Ilhlmf plant. KilKlrj( Ixnarh From M.iy 1 l*ia> ii rBACOmS— mm %  —. COM! Eirr.lent M balhi | ft m bedrooma. telephone, r.idl.i Apply phone IBM. •nrncd by obtainina; or for prt*rto ChrtttnM C*rd# tnm our friend*. Ho prevta,' ~PU* today for fat SO* lo Itnlam't UrfMl *M %  raoi.ey maklad opporluimy -M Co Drot 10 VttUiri* I %  Til I. SKCKITMfVSHII* \A( INT: AJTtJCATTONS are invited for IM %  d) become* IBM Eree mai iMd ril and telephoneppUtnUo n ahoutd be adHARBOUR LOG In I arlislt%  !<• % %  tfk£i*l I*"—* 1 A-C4W| iadian iN ation al Steamship On-Sea, Max-' Church, full I K.i.r Bedroom.. Drawm* dah* ovoflookln* the aea %  or art %  \ rum** hearh Aix %  J. !" or Phoiw ti-as U 4 BV-4B I.I /Mil Mill -I WofU !" %  i„ui ..f Ma, IBM an; I Hlrh Ulna B* THANKS IBBBk -11 I %  !i aeril I A BARMES ii CO LTD 3 t f %  %  I A D .rch Phoc: lUrbvi. Cordobi. %  THE MODERN HIGH SCHOOL rai EBRMBNI i-. ni*K un •. \MI %  m KB %  : %  i .t.J>ri.tf. School CWIIAoaio Pw j o ti b i < !%.. BM %  %  REMOVAL NOTICE HOUBB TO IJJT—rrom • -V SOlh lrfe '" : m Jn*> tH-hiiM *'S n-n,lh!> Rlr. 1'Aiirs — nn-.# Wick, Wlck-Cmi n nd othrr Trafalor II Dial -!* TO HI Bin L*photalCTr %  houM w PEIOATE ^jQUULHiR \ADt BC*1 Th Apr. w, tBBIV %l II. B I \ Sou." A. A GARDINER AUSTIN & CO.. LTD. A,,^ ".-.: NOTICE IN MEMOR1AM %  i ... ..... April ITtli %  %  1 PIT0LIC SALES %  %  AUCTION |MV %  %  -:T FToni %  rdllrlv • %  % %  P %  %  %  11 Ah .,lll< 1 %  WA*T1 %  BN tn^t *hr >d i* h.-id on Monday Mlh I II p lire "I \l*'^f • From '' It" llulin. V Search Continues Fnurtet'. morning on Ihc imbmci! . %  LOOT i iflian ai'il %  NOTICE For Missing Plane LOST i mi tHO III U>l IM %  i Amarlcu %  i %  I — I" V. M. WEBB %  DM II UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER ion SAII AU10M011VE Mi • BVl< :. i nl,. I Ii r Hot i %  %  %  %  i %  PEBSONAL %  %  dale I *lial! %  %  %  liable for ot *> Uii-idebi or id noi or %  %  %  OHM* i VISITORS TO nil! ISLAND win II wI BAGGAGE \\OKH\ ? Banagc with in lor despatch bj om YOU .:.:.' SRSOKALtOO SERVICE SMITHS SHIPPING SERVICE FREIGHT FOUW I'hons XOi i'LLC MANOR i noun PR0PKR1Y-FOR SALE the %  %  Hank IMO. %  I II 10 in %  Hi 1 -i INSURED MOVING! IIIMI •1 m\\Tn IKOIM \N I I 0 \lli lliini -r I'nlilir Sli'*-Co.ilri %  i i REAL ESTATE %  %  i >i %  UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER %  M %  %  .. %  •'-red 11 tun IfOVI' WOMB* *OI 1-1 HOVDiO LET V9 TAKE I %  -tr i I %  i i A ROCK A iiArrEIUEB $i jinrrr aV atii m i i* " MECHANICAL T% 1*1 I* • I UK Whl II ICIII M W i IO 1 1 %  %  REAL ESTATE %  Burr i %  %  %  %  I %  u %  %  *4M Tn >1 Slrujei aVoinS %  r.>lor Btanton Do'Titl* Bd I up \ M LIVESTOCK %  MISCFIIANFOIIS %  1 i. n I.TT II If 4 B Bn %  •:•-. PROFESSIONAL NOTICE %  i n u,. i BffBBM o MJ t ft* .In %  %  eeraon I y IS 4 W-Sn VI4 IIO\ SALE %  %  (Uh nil fall ol 11 .uiiinr. Mil" UIVOM' III VIMIS FOR SALE llOI7 anil aM r>" *d :.-iJ. Thii hOMM 1*4 %  %  -'••n* • %  op poaitd the >oa. WILLIAM FOGARTY LTD. Inc. I!. G. Grasp This Opportunity Ml II VX I \ LOVI I I \--IHilMI \ 1 III §IIOh\ l\ 1.I.X SS III HI COM in HII HIE 4 I \ HI \l I >ll'OHH II BBO ui -i. CKNTEAI 101 KDBI \NFOU 1 : I ... •-.. n Y ^U a. c Bfri %  14 4 r. Mack%  %  FOII §ALE HillSE SPOTS Kill III V. Mils Cash or Easy Trjrms From 10c. per Sq (ool up ELECTHt tlLABLM 1 rii.' 1 THE PINE L'K,>SS R UlchaeL ; I L K IBM E*, Bl atta4kM( offm. C Dial BE4T. O' % %  IN .11 R BLBCTUCAL DEPAETMBNl \\,1, HI quota fWt on A.C. MOTORS (Hooverj 'i. 1 I II.r. H Cy.le 110 VolU I (III SALE < AM I II I l HOIM 1 uric si. Jomea' oHfl SI kltciO pun :1 -' ll J*' ( ..iiiumfo •" JN & BLADON llulldllll



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    PAGE I K.IIT -I Mi II UIV.IC Ml -.1M.W \PR||. ic 1|S4 Triumph*. of *Seience: How Man Is Beating The IF, IF, IF II. W. J. Hkronn rlRST AID PROBABLY not on* man tn a i fully appreciates tn* aliraculow recent advance* onquesl of disease. rnarj he classified into vision*— those such a* ma, tuberculosis, etc.. due and those due to functional change* %  %  %  thi hemu'-l' both "nght be 'irKan-.%  mh narmlna i oniral treat. Men it caused %  < o! the relatively large %  urthcr 30 year ., ,. ; nffl the MTiallei organisms IDOM them. wen • the range of such I I .MINI..Ill l\ ill 0 IN !}3. r i cam*, revolutio:, 'ulfa %  MUntnl "f pneumoesjmli 'hough tht) rttn %  Mcmllme. It had been real ised for maan veara thai mlI r robein the vail and elseh % %  ri i. muat be rsitalantU M waging Mar agalnil earn B olhrr for survival. >iorar\ viclu: %  their •-mical* which 'he struggle more difficult •sit n rot II en neighbour* u a • f diieaae rrtigh* well trophic AniH7iii&t I'oHpr* • I hacki. 1940 rhort, the am.i/mp u illin. %  those hltha %  moiud, which power 1" kill bacteria. %  Microbes II. Sir Inn llill>i-..ii H.S.O.. And Mr. A. II. < ook I U.S. %  Lai* r focusai in IW in tri trti ore than a year a* joctor* war* %  evfcini %  treatment lii*ea-< By el nf the patient>o treated rheumatoid ai pg*tfd| Tli I i of it: enVcthreiH %  iewed Another limitation holds the more immcl: minute quantities of rortisone a available %  %  .. %  big more %  %  %  -eginnir.L • %  %  day %  ... IF An. • • •.,r 200 mllliom a y*;.. II maintain Ihe n| projrammOver-Eating I .digestion pOM or two %  ( I spark).ni K nk it get l it PLUSUsa il|ji Sll Alexander Klein inn, discoverer n( Penicillin f bacteria — thosr known as (•ram poaltHe These arc microbes which Ira attack so afl the latter are ap' drug n Nrvcrilirlcs*. il herald* 4 dflmilr advanre In Ihr trcitmrni <>i tuber, alaals. i hloronv. can substantially I ket. IF the COKl "f impoi 1 and doesn't go I %  follow On the orrat otf. iratj a tmagaM trial 1 %  %  i probai.1% .1 nght Bui %  Trades Union t nothing to stop them ; the guess that the coat of bnporti Fin <• %  *• %  • con naoNi ill it her (tismvt rif-thf grr.it .t import to miinki oaj %  %  % % %  I to be useful in told arthrHJ tion. be of value In treating goui duce distressing art, %  *. '""" ...ght from Ougina'.i. produ • I In imik V< rv ixrttles. It b l %  < hl car ** by growtafl h • l-HOM TIME '. alarms lin. a i %  i %  %  that ba in the lalv>rarheumatii' % %  i %  %  ., Iregja %  U'TII n..u i riaatohlered u H I d -racii*-ii oj Ihi %  T'iar Cgsjj nira'n "/ prodimti) the hor| %  %  ircjtmen* M and Muni %  i nli l some uf %  %  %  ...II not rise fur" i right thar, wv U %  i d . I KWp going frot If large-scale Wage ad• %  %  %  %  TPAV GAMBOLQ %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  I Oil till IE* i Il.llM < rrlami %  i %  i d thai %  produe• %  thai i %  has kn! %  1 %  la a %  < .in. mi n < • IN 3BLCCTIN4 nlil %  j" unafli h %  erTeciive %  %  %  %  M in other %  N %  nuorn M*flll I iliig menti %  %  nig tuberc Sifa VIIIM'-MISH*: \ ii IIN Ilia.' 'asrs examine i* leihag %  I .i J han. reaaoeu peni%  %  d, engaged In 1 %  %  %  %  %  %  %  I %  %  %  %  %  I %  %  %  %  %  %  None nt thr %  .idv.inccs treat or small, waff iaolatrd .It-., ovrrles all ti ,.l ffcelr ra*>. in fundamenlal id* : %  ,• % %  ) o much %  and prnUii' %  %  %  %  1 %  %  %  S %  r %  : %  %  %  NEXT i .,.,. %  the price level '•will I • To the rpoutrarH tru pound decline by four ahlUlng! %  n flit will Still. i on the I %  %  | %  %  %  %  %  %  %  t as we ha %  were etrtH %  %  %  %  For %  %  ka-Seltzer Mini iAioiioiii ixc • iiM. im.: as Ill u >tilrnff not ignore III hedul ilal hair foods are -unnmi in and dandnl i mit in wurconfc Si! "t am %  i tar. '"taaj /.'wa. ^ NS.MI. tagltai, f^ n \. if/ *e m**. %  i %  out the i\in II < :illi%  %  %  %  ml soon %  %  mils >ln K uh.ns ; %  • CAUTIOUSI V 1 %  %  %  in growl) %  of (he war .Ml,, had a apecUealar i-(Te-t UII a particular iruup T tight III. g> Till V. %  Although It II, I %  A \OIIII.II I il* %  %  It i* |.< il Ihr MI. .si rr %  i. or iih. isdaaaaaw* \r\ discovered ail roiitalns i ohall a an rsaentlal ron-.liliirnl .il its mtilriule. %  %  %  I %  • 1>u I %  %  %  %  %  %  %  SBC • %  %  -illI more %  %  i %  That •if i . %  slAf / \ ti'orld '. %  .hair | rd r* %  jis& foe IK il a n I I ^ iMl'l KIM I I Mill H I 1MU.> BIO.VSOM -every hour of the day %  \fle rai 11 i'aalaWP .ilium vat ng film Mai • %  .i wholi | iiiniialt i in i* %  1.1withta %  la sh in ere Bouquet TALCUM POWDER %  CO. i — M 0g it*? ** ifuc \i aU bcuux were a*' true gi KorJ tpagg | I %  i i orry iboui, e A Ford %  %  k CO Ltd Hen's Something EXTRA in an OIL CHANGE! C>ank beat of steady driving . flowa quickly *>hen agme n cold. You use kaaa oil get longer %  aaaogi • %  •• hiveadkant Addadl Spacial aiMii f^ A '! %  >*• ^tmm lobbinc carbon and aaaaash dIgCftCOl • %  -^J^rr. M-.jooHw-r mi ti, tig ntn ^^ **# )*M waar and !*• lot \ -M <•*>' H*r %  %  oaaeutang raw 'Hoppy MMaaving aaarts at THE ESSO SIGN name your wish! 0alMj|mHD> / ...I <./. Hulnncrd inline*. X//W.V. Slabililt I/.-. Germ has Got it! The Oil that never leavei the bearing*? GERM LUBRICANTS LIMITED. The Pioneer, of Additive* CENTRAL l(H \l)ltt LIMITED. Sole Agent*.