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The Barbados advocate

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Title:
The Barbados advocate
Uniform Title:
Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Sunday advocate
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Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
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Barbados -- Bridgetown

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Apr. 22, 1983-
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No issue published for May 3, 1983.
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On Sunday published as: Sunday advocate.
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Latest issue consulted: Feb. 28, 2005.

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WOMEN WANT

T eetotaller Sees
Lighted Portholes
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LONDON, April 17, |







SERETS
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SERETSE MUST NOT LEAVE

BECHUANALAND, April 17.
SERETSE KHAMA, banished chief designate of |
the Bamangwato tribe, told hundreds of danc- —

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A Madman |



mLYING SAUCERS were to-day reported to have been
I seen over New Zealand. A man at Wairoa north of
Wellington, and a woman at North Palmerston beth describ-
ed an object they saw in the sky one night recently as



ing and shouting tribesmen and women from all
parts of Bechuanaland here to-day: “I have been
driven away from my country.”’

Seretse is now on an authorised visit to his white

In The |

Skies

MARSEILLES, April 17.

Paris-Algiers airliner was

“about half the size of the moon.”

. Pies sala eek idk alk wife, Ruth.
WwW. Team

The crowd, gathered in the grounds of his house on
the outskirts of Serowe, gave him and his English wife




\ neither a meteor nor an aeroplane. |
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the cold light of sobriety” that; _ "Geen AOGREE AN? USDA T Ty oe a eee ee hare, ae reed to land here last night when : :
- oe. . _ | they saw a flying saucer with “| y Arab passenger went berserk, their greatest ovation when they appeared on the veran-
; eep Fin OPS ane. ranae tail-light.” I ICESS ELIZABETH tacked the hostess and then tried} @ah, Telling the people the terms of his return for five
ore Sa ~ year - old Walter | ye his @ephew days, Seretse to-day said: “This demonstration disproves
. ithers, self-described “teetotall- | iY 1 y e Gove > sta’ y ré -
: § you ¢ not wa . c
F ‘rossed er”, said he saw a-“thirty foot long ECT Ss A BABY According to French Press re-| the Government statement that you do not want me.” T do
|row of lighted portholes” in the " r | port today, the Arab, Ahmed not know when I will return, Seretse added.
: 7 . - a 2S wid “ awe . ant ~ eo
LONDON, April 17. sky one moonless night some apy : Ks | Kaci, started shouting insults at oe T have been banished for ve
the West Indies Cricket team} months ago. ‘ LONDON, April 17. | ot passengers soon after the | - b years because it is said that if I
are keeping their fingers crossed Inhabitants of the Lebanese Princess Elizabeth is expecting her second baby. An {plane took off from Le Bourget Russia Will hy ae ee wer oe
- f vy ¢ i > , age a f r — . : . , . . . - . Y anc orogress FOUL ic r <1.
anti! April 24. If by that time no | village of Zodona reported seeing announcement indicating this was issued tonight from ars ' “Tt is pa sful crowd sh . this
her players have followed Ken,a “saucer” flying westward last Buckingh Ms pte “ oe ae The hostess tried to quieten him “ _+his peaceful crowd shows, this
“s trail to Hospital with measles | night.—Reuter. uckingham Palace. It read “Her Royal Highness the but Kaci struck at her and then at Salv. e is untrue.”
Mi will know they are free from Princess Elizabeth, Duchess of Edinburgh, wili under- is nephew. Other passengers re- ag After Seretse had finished
ve ~ - ic $« > =7? t iY j ¥ , spee the ne a ¢ >
infection. Ce mn . . take no further public engagements trained hin ~ e ac ng kit an prem fm
The danger per1oc lasts > Caye ] e ~ olid eG ae eee ae ee ee This is usual procedure for Whe he | inded at Mar- ris un en ] quiet) TG most ¢ e women
from the day the germ 1s picked . ennouncing an expected Royal eil’es, Kaci and |} 1ephew were remained. They squatted on the
, up. Trestrail ho contracted | ~ } SPOR S | birth 7 isernbarked, Kaci was taken to an COPEMIAGEN, Anct- 11 ground while five of the older
ee autay. at & ; » l | Tcsamcci., sienaieeial : ) > . vEN, Apri 7 a re to the verandah
asles last Tuesday, and is now B st F Princess Elizabeth, who is 2 y Reuter se aE : ; ey women went on to the veran
North End Isolatian Hospital, as 10n or W {| on Friday, is now in Malta Sith & De nmark 7 to allow Russia to Speaking through an interpre-
London, is reported to be presser | ‘ INDOW her husband the Duke of Edin- aoe ee aati a ee ter and with deep emotion, they
avourably. He is expected to burgh who has been serving witl ° - : ; . 7 : said they wanted to refute the
ing favourably 4 ‘im , Ex Re ane st , surgh o has been serving with F Y the Takia a : wy, | Saad fi |
be able to join the team in about | e€ ocrac | ieteemion 2 at user pare a the Royal Navy in the Mediter- imerican Stabs an ny Goce ieee a. British Government's suggestion
atortnight or three ieee | As Second Division Football mateh. jranean since October 1949. When apoye: § ae ! ’ ge pee A gfe car tata SUY SPOKES- | that they did not want Seretse “1s
} - Kidney anc je Té- som. O. Boys will play Notre she arrive s iele i eas ‘ B eresece Khama’s é alc > ay l@htet ‘“Wra |ws nail Z
Tonight Mr Ki ney. anct th en —Videla | bee oe ee ay, Notre she arrived on the island on March b ce ; ; ao | German Civilian Fle. suid. the. Soviet» Mitater in | Chief. ‘We want him very much
mainder of the team were en Nii ; : : PORE Ke Mivardint ct” Crtine 28 it was stated that she would ungalow home a Serowe | Copenhagen, M. Andrej Plahkine and we want his wife,’’ they said.
F tained at a cocktail party by the : NEW YORK, April 17. |] and ¥.M.P.C.—Fortress at Beck stay unvil the end of April and Ruth. | MUNICH, April 17 on Saturday rec jeetent | paueaianan “There is no one else,” The
S Sygar Manufacturers Association Cheers and the traditional show- les Road. " ‘ The Princess also spent a holi-++——~— | A 2%-year-old American "ide to aaha one lar aS . nate ye ae }eldest of the group, a 75-year-old
of Jamaica er of ticker tape greeted President | Basicet ee Pike YMCA cay with the Duke in Malta from re oldier wanted on 14 charges, who| and smaller units me cates | woman said: “The women want
They were welcomed on behalf | Gabriel Gonzales Videla of Chile grounce totale ite ganeie Marts November 20 until December 28 One Killed In escaped last night for the second lish bases in Roenne “capital” 7 {to speak direct to the King in
of the S.M.A. by Sir Pelham! today as he rode up Broadway to at 7.30. At 8.30 Police will en- last year, during which they tin in ve trom Amarines| Bornholm a the duct side | England.” Seretse’s 25-year-old
Warner who wished them a suc- | a City Hall reception gege the Barbados Regiment celebrated vheir second weddings . | ‘ . ae a oim, and on the east side f. , 5 . 4
arr ie *O ba t 4 E ik : . ema tUG Dem ) tstrat ym peu -1 tabbed and seri-j|of the island wife, who had stood silently ‘ty
cessful tour. wat Crowds lining the street were SRV ereesy Dla ons ace 1 njured German civilian the door as the women spoke
Among other guests on estimated by police at 150,000, he Princess’ first child, Princes BRES Fs ithe 1 i States Provost Marshal} Observers here linked the Soviet , cried when one said “she is ot
were Mr. H Dp. % ee ae nother crowd of about 10,000 Bi INK eee wes born at Buckit eet ies P, Apetl, ‘1 : ented request with the eight-day Ameri- | Queen and we will die with he
pr. A. H. psc sachin ~ *| gathered in the City Hall Park. atace on November 14, 1948, ee eae ween ate... aad 1 ee Homer Cook, of Nuskoge,| can search, which ended last night The last words of the deput
G. 0, Allen—By Cable. eebeas rianae ee ee ee | Whether the new baby is a | en taker pital OW Re- | Op ahon tints Pears ane | for A ieontal s cure ti Pecos 88 ‘jag
one ai cae 3 ante am a Ss I | or a girl, it will be third ; publican Security ¢ erious- Kane a Ge ae LN igee on pear San aes tee pone wes oe h as must not va
) Conference tha hile representea M line of success he thro ly injured hers i last ' Y is not disclosed, was r > ss 8 over the Baltic on S age : i was one of Ta
Dens Lend |a soli@d bastion for democracy in| ays an ey | tending Saat Pelacins Gass Neary between police and nstrato! i st th knife by a man]|a a from Wiesbaden, Germany I first occasions when women
f | the American hemisphere. “BUNK” is the term which Mr. | herself and Prince Charles, her| protesting ag t re f . : . r oe mowee ae re ine — ~ jn oO operate | have taken part in tribal gathes
His visit to the United States} W. Manley. K.C. leader of the) f"st baby, and taking precedenc: | Communist De waa | € om a photograph shown t from the Bornholm shore jings. Their views were heard by
Lease e ort P ¢ ives sid os fils, . anley, “U. leader z acta > ays os t ' detectives as the ex-|for the salvage operations, esti- l the idministration
= p : had the “exclusive objective o People’s National Party, has used! Cve! Princess Elizabeth’s sister | two ‘Track er who escaped t night by} mated to take about 30 days. _ : Pacer ta '
WASHINGTON, April 17 ,making our relations closer and/tg describe the statement made! Margaret teuter. Edioard M ) e 2 ai it . ‘th Ve ’ by The hip’ cae ; ‘5 lie ¥ it ne ‘
WAS rT , Apri 7 | our ties stronger.” . i Bure ; oe way 6 hoebitn) tre . , an opening in the bars o es s bottom is believed to
d s mest. rece / y sete ead, Lord i pits I ‘ a < wre en A: ;
The American Government to-| jy. was questioned at some — - ytd rp h _ ~ aa A Neved ‘cotine Police | he post Soccade at} have been smashed wide open by
day denied a Soviet report thet 27) jensth on the position of the Com- ; ok pita’ ter al Be liti ca! U S Delay R » | , fired in the air, used tear 1 au near here the rocks. The Russian crew, on .
Lend Lease frigates, returned by ee A a heth moderate its internal politica: ee 5 € p V re el + gan » German was stabbed when] abandoning the ship, took every “Blonde V » °°
Ru ‘ he An erica had been} munist Party in Golte apd whether} controversies it would be more r + . : the r ; pet e Bavarian motor works,| Moveable object aboard the ship enus ,
sia t Am a, t thas? i : - nere wasic “ Pe a. a ie fe the owd it : : c ! ; Ss, s :
landed’ over to tho “Japanese| She Chante the country, |ment by private enterprise. To Soviets e Te P| sade to: Liocheas Hee.cteanrlobearte use: | Pleads Guilty |
igs if ace : y. a ate . y ‘ Jachau e was taken to
Navy. arr, . agains ‘om- Ac ary u - | ‘
: The report, which appeared in| The struggle against the Com- tah Mande, addradstnn a sclect : WASHINGTON, April 17 O00 onan nea hospital in a serious con- Y h 4 ‘
the foviet. Communist organ|â„¢munist Party in C hile is Not 2) committee of the House of Repre-|_ The State Department an- clashed 1 the police | dition U d 1 he SALZBURG, April 17, |
: | struggle against a political idee ¢ .. |nounced today that it had delaved a v5) nine \l available American and Ger- nyoundec Gisela Sell, Berlin masseur }
Pravda was ttributed to the) vn twat sentatives on unemployment re-j; ed Repyblivan Security i rl i {
Shanghai correspondent of the{ or against a political partY” or the lief in Kingston this week said: its reply to the Soviet protest note | Guards. Ne Les . law emforeement officers were known as “Blonde Venus,” pleaded fi
me. A ; working masses.” he said. “Politi 8 Ca ‘ffapances | Which alleged that an American | : } ‘ {concentrated and rushed to the guilty before an American Occu- ~
Tass News Agen N 5 Political conflicts and differences +1 Large police reinforcement x : ; a4 i
— Reuter —Reuter. | of opinion in this country, are not military plane violated Latvian | arrived “Brest s thea rea where one of the largest noc- pation Court here to-day to
i — . = a ‘ . a: ¢ Bi oes ( 1 ( . . . >
. as great in their practical express- | '@'Titory and fired on Russian} monstr dont Th Communist | now post war Gere LONDON, April 17, | Charges that she lured kidnapped /
ion today as those that exist in| @&hters sent up to intercept it Deputy Madame | el he er Way TOmugAt Western Union military quar- eae a St ee ee
teat gentleman's country, Why. all State Department spokesman tui Ty sian 1 Saas ti —Reuter, ters here jtoday disclaimed any Russians. i}
] ?eCCC ¢ ) these well-meaning “gentlemen Michael McDermott said that the oa, Slaitil tea , antl ana knowledge of Press reports that | It was stated in evidence that if
should get hot under the colla United States reply would not be ca 00) eran Field Marshal Viscount Mont- | the 28-year-old blonde, who went ty
whenever a colony shows a. little made until all the facts have been ard ; gomery would shortly be leaving | mn trial with two other alleged j
. e ith. daaeriok proceed iis. tine Chane collected and “a aba and thor- | ome; ft th : Bulearia Accuses his post as military chairman of | members of a gang, had a bottle of |
Od f ion Ow /@ way they wish us to do, I cannot one, appraisal” had been made oo mr the Western Union Commanders | Chlereform in her possession when |
eee ee pe 3 “This Government believes that ry\e in the Chief Committee she was arrested by Americe
imagine. This country can give \ rou I yu ° uttee , h ican
aN 117 all political gaarsideaa capital this careful approacl the only | j; Mar shal I ito It was stated that these reports | Counter Intelligence Agents last
ATHENS, April i. Varwesy, mere canewe? aL, }| Proper one in an impor { . were “definitely ised oO un- | year. 4
liti from abroad can require. Take alicat aed ; : ; Deputi } ONDON, April 17 " \ ed n un-/])} . :
Prime Minister Nicholas Plastyras on whose new Coalition trade unionism and political poli- asta natter of international | , +) atin : on| aAiisaie” ‘Kiauaieas found d rumours Pe ara Her two | o-defenaunts, Michael
Government the strong Populist Party declared open war] cies: I am at a loss to discover | oat beatabe (at-sio< seg only if tl t| er Yugoslav leaders| g he British ee Oftes here also | Berger, (37), — vr ye — a
rnment the $ 5 : ’ i . Siac ™ canheen: a ot grets that the Soviet Gov- } one : : . a | : ele . disclaimed any knowledge of these | Selberger, (26), pleaded not guilty. :
today, was expected to have a policy statement cy ae nee Maaaals fernment has failed to show equal : rap. ot: SORES amMeay) reports The charges are linked with the |
sa , . oer ‘ arti > arly | * 7 , Pe almness ¢ restraint.” vertare of the | convic of ite, S _
within a few days for presentation to | arliament earl) sclive’ thanctthiaeseunkelee:! “ es and rest tint ' enliven : ; pe ebgtiow ar at b. apah ees , as _| conviction of two United States |
Bt Populist Leader Constantin | t was learned that the note ma or ah : i" | : : “& War Office official said he had | soldiers, who were given 15 and =
aoe week Tsaldaris, who controls 62 seats— be delivered tomorrow having her ; eee dyno knowledge of another report | 20 years imprisonment on March
|piggest single, group in the 250| > —Reuter BE that Field Marshal Viscount Alex- | 16 by an American Court Martial
biggest single g I ‘ Reuter nder, Governor-G } . es ; : >
D : |seat Chamber—said at a party Seafarers Want $s iaiibetlcaheaiaciiiaail : chine at beni ote tte 7 Bs ee ot of Can- | for kidnapping four displaced per-
t | ) » meeting before King Paul opened . | } ate esponsil as ada, would 'shorlly be taking over | sons and turning them over to the
u cn (Quee nh Parliament this morning: “We Better Conditions | H Te . SHIP /RUNS ON eged plot t s Soviet Field Marshal Montgomery’s post.‘ Russians for payment of 7,000
icannot give our confidence to “av | old US. Athleties MUD EANK ' —Reuter schillings apiece —Reuter.
F B ae | Plastyras whose votes in the elec- AMSTERDAM, April 17 BUENOS AIRI spril 17 sah hilt taihah
or , se I rare secti > ° ® J Ty} Qs $ . 4 4
OR EST TUAMIL | on of Mars were argo” ose] mag Seater rosie wee; | Unt Washington |..,1"" ra aatane and Vagal 6 ° :
iof Communists. rhe ans : c § Vence 6B irians and Yugoslavs
LONDON We cannot trust Plastyras to} Federation--representing 5,500,000 | WASHINGTON, April 1 c ' ert d for their part i
A state visit to Britain take adequate measures to protect| seamer, throughout the world— | This cnet 11, ted Mt ‘ ‘i me ai en oO Ci
een emg Perel dg he tO Ba CounIy Salama his ae me Der oie a eee | Amateur Athletic Union Track|"? pmirte were i The Bulgarian note said this
a f the Netherlands report- | clientele bac ) wiped an *" | and Field Championship have be HORS: WOT ER 7 pies and conspirators’
wn he ce ee ee ee ricior rs rel waa tee aah Sai, ' awarded to Washington . ;Joat th : ’ ight light “ne crimes anct 99
summer of this year jthe new coalition unc re ané B. . a In making this announcemen, |!"! ct f gross interference in the
Prince Bernhard expected | Plastyras would “co-operate with| The meeting wil] last two days | Mr. Edward Rosenblum. Ch The ( ! Yair f Bulgaria »| e
come to London shortly to help|the American Mission to imple-| An Oslo Conference of the federa- men ofthe: District of: Slumbis | tere Lon
with the official arrangements. |ment a large scale programme of) tion decided two years ago to boy-| a ay said: the Chat nd ed Reuter / —«euter i
Neither Queen Wilhelmina nor | economies, better administration | cott all owners of ships flying the will be held on na oe et 24 \ * MY
: aya-!| Dans o 3 ac yas « av ¢ a (ne ne * ® . f .
Queen Juliana has ever paid ajand just redistribution of taxa ; Panamanian flag. But action was | “Move than $00 of America’s to ** Everything’s been po
slate visit to Britain, But Queen} tion” postponed in the hope that “ thistes,.. inetuding "all ine | " > . )
Julia ; yee mark he . ars Government of Panama would| * a oe oe a call KF B ° > © / > | > 7 verfect today! Even the
— a = aes as eee mr Ss t ae Cabinet, | facilitate negotiations to end the anes Conga stars, will par- | we / tuSSEC S Owers oO e ne
private visitors to London! Supporters e w Le ite icipate”’, he said. } cigarettes have been an
Several times since the war vhich replaced the Venizelos) “ispute. ° “The games will be a preview = -7 > y 7
it war, |v é a —(Reuter.) e games wi e a preview | bi / f ., I . ‘.
at } Sy Fe a m ope ate ' thee mt pots miggee tude Gaay | St who will B pr oo nt the lt tec Oo ¢ re l ai v Lxeperimen Ss | adventure in luxury. P
1 of thei t will States Ambassado ’ : States at the Pan’American Olym- ”
the foundatio tone pe the new } as Gunstable” expected General | pic Sar on so ie ea Saas Ave ae a a ‘ A | 2. £
Dute See oa set a maiority of 140] : aie Ben } BRUSSELS, April 17, Oh, I knew you'd
liteh church, to be rebuilt on, Plastyras to get a majority t | 66NY/ ¢ ol 99 re | tina, in February 1951 The F ' West U ; ill ‘
the ate ff the original church}|out of the ae — a vote o War Cabinet W ill! —Reuter. | C a 4 nu 2 : y estern Union 2 oe ike du Maurier;
M Austin Friay East Central | confidence next week. j ouncil he hve bBrusse reaty powers—endec ere to-
iars, Ea al BCs ce) wm | the! | Glauwis . | ee ; : they are mad
ee MEN Wee GSstroyed. OY |, a sists, ee ried Strike Communism | night with decisions to hold military experiments at already | ‘“& . . 0d
Hrebor lurir le Vv opulists, V are ’ - buaveted leve : s
pk: Po N.S. jed “to any leniency in the treat- KUALA, April.17. | REVOLTS AGAINST TERROR | udgeted level Tt ‘ ‘ rast suap paetiquer
SV ote f i rs ; . Ane meeung ened y > ay o
jment of militant leftwingers,,) w\alaya’s new anti-terrorist Di- HELSINKI, April 17 bicia tae acd nF a. ha areas people as you.
ee would not oppose American aP~| rector General Sir Harold Briggs » : “hae , “pri ii D I ‘ C li 1 o it_ st ewer © j aul’ an,
| ; asures for Greek recov- : ” 7 First Secretary of the PoliSt ougtas Catiec Zeeland, Belgium’s Caretaker For-
‘ New T; d proved measures for Gree ‘tu-day announced formation of 4) pegation in Helsinki, .M.. Umil- eign Minister
[ , co 9 bi ” strike ‘¢ , om | = ae
’ rade Ores “ ; arview pub-|. V4 cabinet’’ to strike at.the! tiowski, has broken with th > ; Leaving the conference room,
King Paul in an interview p' cots of Communism in Malaya : oO russets | |
lished to-day, said the American roots ? ee sth Legation and has left. by way of | } Henri Liedaert, Belgian Minister

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vy ered stoi eaaie Finance said that during the
| Ambassador's recent letter urging} _ Reo ahd wae ; BRUSSELS, April 17 ; . nee £ |
___ FRANKFURT, April 17 [Government reform did not take} â„¢&n Gosleres = ow ee The . main social democratic} The American Ambassador in| 2! tress had been laid on the, ~
Senor Jerorimo Remorino, Ar-| into consideration the state of not, proposed to discuss 1 olane@’s) paper said Umilstowski declared| tondon Louis Douglas, today con-| “o'er of priority in military ex- “s ,
gentine ‘en a iy RRO gp ote “western territories” at the “Big)he» had revolted against. the] %; Tmnnnal Ghinwell | penditures” by the five signatory You know, I've never tamed any
t he Ambassador to Washing-| mind of the Greek people. Three” Foreign Ministers confer-| « awe against. § the! ferred with Emanuel Shinwell. | °*) 7 y m 51g .. 2
on, arrived here to-day by air to| The letter, from Ambassador} 7% aes ane Tacs {Terror inside the Legation.”’| British Defence Minister, and ‘he| "tions to the srussels weaty. | cigarette so cool and smooth,”
Negotiate a new trade agreement | Henry Grady to former Premier ence here next monti. 3 | He had been for some time} Foreign Minister of the four|, Liedaert added that no increase
With Western Germany. Sophocles Venizelos, said Marshall He was commenting on an Arm-| Poland's Charge D'Affaires and| other Western Ur powers at|‘" expenditure already budgeted
He expected to stay in West | Aid would depend on Greek Gov- | erican report that the three}was in political trouble with the] ne Belgian Foreig Office jy | for armaments would at this stage C “Yes, but it’s the rich satisfying
Germa: y ten das 1 cing i ch ernment reform Ministers would ‘support the: re-} new Minister, who arrived early | Livussels | be undertaken by any of the five flavour of really choi Virosis,
' ay uring Whi ;ernmen ' , nen rr “jes olen ata, . >
he will t Chancellor Dr. Kon-| The King’s interview was pub-| turn of these territories to) this year The conference sted over 4] “Ountries i oy pee eee
Tad Revihak @ On page 3. Germany. —Reuter Reuter. | minutes. Dous urried to| He said that the existing system) that appeals to me.”
- nannies: LI ei ’ ——— reper re ——-——————- | Brussels as a result ‘or an invita-| °f financing Western Union’s arm-
ion from the Western Union Con-}@â„¢ment programme had not been
ultavive Council sent earlie . BOe, i “*... cool, smooth compan-
| today ecaert explained that this does 2 ‘ :
™ L The Council's official communi-|"°t Mean that examination of the ionship for your journey. By
ie at the end ‘of their confer-! ing system had been stopped. | the way, the du Maurier
Ys ance said he United Svates| nsultations would continue but! 3 sm i idered
F Ambassador { been invited to} e had been decided for the Ghee tip, boconeide
a > 7 eet tl ‘ ~Reuter. ieeting of the Consultative | the greatest discovery
: et in smoki j
ie Delegation members said the ining enjoyeseas
: their new defence pro-' made in the past fifty
RUSSIA WALKS OUT ¢ is to “achieve the greatest | years.””

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Carb Calling

IS EXCELLENCY
ernor attended

Mr. P. M. Sherlock,

the = M.C.A.,
‘A Lovely Bouquet

headquarters

EAVING Seawell on Saturday
for Trinidad were Mr. and
Mrs J. A. Moore, who were mar-

ried on April 8 at Bethel Church.
Accompanying them. on to
plane were Mrs. and Miss Moore,
mother and sister of the groom,

the

the Gov-~- Sz
the lecture
on “the University College of the
West Indies which was given by
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last



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together with Mrs. C. W. Cumber- |

batch and Miss Olga Jordan,
mother and auft of the bride.
Many relatives and friends

were at the airport. to see them ,

off, and the Bride was presented
with a lovely bouquet by Mrs.
Edna Scott.

Couldn’t Remember
R. COLIN FIELDS who ar-
rived a week ago
Trinidad is here for his annual

holiday and is staying with Mr. fm x

and Mrs. Ivan O. C. Perkins of |
Villa Rosa Passage Road. Colin is
in the Insurance Department of”

Messrs. Gordon Grand and Co.,
Ltd., and will be returning to
Trinidad on Sunday.

Saw him yesterday at the
Aquatic, and he’s been away 80 §
long that he couldn’t remember
the way to the Crane via the

Coast Road.

Joining Q.R.C. Staff
R..AND MES. W. HODGSON
and their two children left
an Sunday by BWIA for
Trinidad. Mr. Hodgson, who for
several years has been a Master
at the Lodge School is taking up










from |

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The pistol from Japan.
This miniature automatic pi
looks a neat,
Press the trigger;
and the pistol is
cigarette lighter

stol
well finished weapon.

there is a click
disclosed as a
Stamped on the
bottom are the “Made in
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* none a lawyer in Caracas returned

* Marine.

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

SPRING PRINT

Two Swedes

Leave Today

THE two young Swedes Jan
Paltins and Ernest Karulis with
their 24 ft. yacht Polaris will be
leaving Barbados early to-day for
Trinidad, the next
journey around the world.

Form An Agency

R. LUIS BLANK and Mr.

Ernesto Aramburn who are
th Shell Co., in Venezuela, ac-
companied by Dr. Alfredo Scan-





to Venezuela over the week-end,
after spending two weeks at the the Pacific, New Zealand,

They are all of the opinion that

voyage lasts for two or three
years.

The Swedes love Barbados and
are sorry that they cannot stay
here longer.

The sea-bathing fascinated the

gether and opened an agency in
Venezuela advertising the island
as a tourist resort, it would more
than pay for itself.

Going To B.G.

R. RAYMOND DE SOUZA

who arrived on Saturday
from Trinidad is here to replace
Mr. R. Stanley of the National
Cash Register Co., as Mr. Stanley
is going to British Guiana. Mr.
de Souza is staying at Abbevilie
Guest House.

Visiting Her Daughter
RS. I. WARREN, wife of Mr.
S. B. Warren, Manager Sec-
retary of Pitcher Connell and Co.,
Ltd., returned from Trinidad over
the week-end, where she has been
for about two weeks visiting their
daughter Mrs. Donald Allcroft,
whose husband works with T.L.L.
in Pointe a Pierre.

that he swam three times each
day.

Karulis said that he and his
companion did not see much of
the island. They spent most of
their time on the ship. Karulis
liked to sun bathe.

Engine troubles prevented the
Swedes leaving yesterday. How-
ever the engine has been repaired

today.
The boat, although only 2%

seas well.

Palmas to Barbados.

Because of his illness, they were
forced to stay in Las Palmas for a
long time and they had the op-
portunity of seeing the festive
season fighting.

Cock-Fighting

As for the festivals, there was
not much to say because they were
quiet, without any splendour of
exclusive character taking place
at the Yacht Club, Casina Hall
and other places of amusement.

Karulis thought cock-fighting
the only “exciting and hazardous”
game in Las Palmas.

Describing the game,

St. Lucia, Delegate

R, ALLAN LOUISY who ar-

rived from Trinidad on Sat-
urday by B.W.LA. is the St. Lucia
delegate for the Civil Service
Conference which opened here
yesterday. Mr. Louisy was in Trin-
idad for the Conference of Election
of Officers and is President of the
Civil Service Association in St.
Lucia, where he is Registrar of the
Supreme Court and Magistrate of

District 3. he





leg of their

Ahead of them otherwise are the
ports Panama, Australia by way of
India,
and Sweden by way of the Red
Sea and the Mediterranean. This

skipper Ernest Karulis who said

and they feel quite sure of sailing

tons and giving 6 knots, rode the

Karulis gave the following des-
cription of the voyage from Las

said ©





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Your Hair

| By Jean Erskine

If you have the agonising task
jof pinning your hair in curls each
lnight, and are sorely tempted to
have it slashed off at the roots,
\think twice about it. One ot
London’s most famous beauti-
cians, well-known the world over
\for her hair-styles, make-up, and
\beauty treatments, has made this
jannouncement (on pale pink note-
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“I wish to state publicly, em-|
i phatically ana with finality.
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style. It is high time women
become glamorous, inspiring |
|creatures again. And it is
| psychologically impossible for the

shorn male to think, or feel or
fascinate like a female. The gen-
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| Whether you agree with this
or not, the fact remains that for)
some months a quiet revolution
has been going on in this particular
Salon — clients who have asked
‘for a close-cut hair style have
been dissuaded gently, then sent
away with a soft romantic
coiffure. The new softer-hair-



women who looks like a sheared, /



has a style designed to suit her
| particular type of face.

Try to resist the temptation to
cut your hair right off—if this 's
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jhave been done twelve months
: . b jago W hen it —_ really new.
the backgroun colour | Pleats
white, serele F6 Ee ee earn Warning against pleats — we
white straw hat, brim is lined jhave been told repeatedly that
with = vee {pleats “can be cleverly conceiv-



rpress Service

‘ed to keep the slimming line.”
|Pleats in moderation certainly do
lachieve this effect, but a_ skirt
that is heavily box-pleated all



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a similar appointment with a dollar “the cock fighting season starts } round, or knife-pleated, or kilted,
7 Was on T.C.A.’s F ! }
Queen’s Royal College in Trini- - as on I.C.A.’s First from the beginning of February (4 BERTHA LAMAS, Beauty merely makes a woman with large
dad. Expl ° Flight and ends on May 31. It takes™ Miss ee ‘, arate tay hips look larger than ever.
Rashad xplanation place every Sunday.” Counsellor of the Dorothy Gray| ‘The pleats that ARE slimming
Back In IBLE EOS ne : R. A, E, COLATO, who is the “Most of the spectators go to Park Avenue eo h, assisted pa are the “sunburst” — pleats with-
R. DAVID EVANS Snr., who GREAT musical honour was Supervisor of Catering T.C.A. Wage bets, and, so there reigns Miss ELAINE KI KEAD of * in pleats which kick out when
for many years was in oo paid to Cyril Blake and his jn Montreal, is here for one week’s noise and excitement all the time Senay Seay EO eetn walking; single pleats; deep in-
charge of the local branch of ve ypso Serenaders last week, in holiday as a guest at the Ocean during the game.” | be Oa arate Seach Club’s iverted pleats, or groups of pleats.
Messrs. T. R. Evans aad is now London when they played at the View Hotel. Mr. Colato was on ‘The. house.of 1,200 seats is al- al the 2 areca acd: 19th
with their London Office re- Musicians’ Benevolent Ball, in the first T.C.A. flight which ar- Ways booked beforehand notwith~ Guest House on Wednesday, 19
turned to Barbados recently and company with even leading Brit- rived in. Barbados whee ise aa standing the expensive _ tickets April, at 5.30 Pp I after er What Numbers 2
will be here for about three o1 aliepacy The invitation to play as yice opened here, and he is very from six to fifteen pesetas. Shi wg ge os Sgr nterested. , FIND two numbers which when
four months eee eee ne oe oi affair, glad to be back, this time for a _ The games are arranged by two giadly given those intere } multiplied together or added
Mr. Evans. is very well knownlpoUs Have be en particu arty €rai~ Jonger stay clubs “Jniana” and “San Jose”. | together, come to the same result.
here and his many friends will be —'"8 to Cyril Blake, whose small “Wir, and Mrs. L. K. Rutledge Every Sunday seven pairs of he regarded the| (Example: Two plus two equals
glad to know of his return. He ; . oo weet eis Siena from Montreal, and Mr. and Mrs. = fight seven from — club ‘an animal’s tor-|four;. two times two equals
. v a . i for about two month The Caly rom “They P a speci ger ae ens
al - oe son oe eieenss ae YDSO 'B “ Torell from Winnipeg were ey belong to a special genus Se ‘ four.)
is staying with his niece at Gregg Sere iers ‘a4 x pi di ; % 10uld be prohibited
Farm St, Andrew et ve SS sue to maKe Ziso arrivals by T.C.A. on Satur- f Cocks so-called fighting cocks ‘ ; : One of the two numbers sought
arm St. Andrew. recordings fo -arlophone— : = ; ~ ee é ei rai 2arne
vithout I ord Kite hp * hi = lay, Mr. Rutledge is Supervisor of — senate fighting the first time but lin this poser is a whole number
Love Of Travel lehak vith conteact wit * ie Engineering T.C.A. in Montreal, jencth lies in their ga ‘S sree. I have no interest to see it again,’ between (not including) seven
T IS lov ead hi aads eecaeied en aring: ‘and ‘Mr, Toreil isin. the seme “ees Hes er sow ow oe , and thirteen. The other-number
I a7 ove of travel, which for his second session wi them osition with the Company in vided by artificial spurs in case he said is between one and four and is
brought Mr. and Mrs. The mystery about the apparent an Dal! We a praia , theirs are not sufficiently good Some days before leaving Las}. composed of units of
. hs ae “transfer” of some of the Seren- innipeg. They are here for one . a7 stat ig a ; eae , ee ited by the} Parts Pp
George Schultz to Barbados on transfer” of som f the Seren-) . wok and are quests at the Ocean spurs. The spurs are the most im- Palmas, ey were invited by t tenths
{ *y 2 ae ee week and are STS ¢ e ces ‘ ae : . ‘ + 2.3% a >y* Pe
Saturday. They arrived by T.( aden - ge ae band, re- ieee Hotel, & € portant _, weapons to injure the president of the one for suppe! | “What are the two numbers?
and are staying at the Ocean View ported last week, nas now een opposer. , together with the club’s adminis- ‘guies 9U} ST 3fMser oy, “pend
ones Frc ed ton Ontario explained, Neville Boucarut, dou Ret . t Wil “In the middle of the hall, there trator |-nImW “Ie@l Tenbe Aoyy peppy ‘1°T pure
ian spe id ale tn Bermu ; ble bass player with Errol’s trio at eturning to ole is a small round arena with two Finally, he was so far con-|1tl %e siequna oul —:NOLLATOS |
hey Spent. One Whes MO rant tie Caribbean Club, lends his ser- doors where come the trainers ¥ 25s th vy |
“fore cor here. They expect — ; ay va . ee TINIFRE y : -ele- wa , . .valsce rom his iilness that they
befor a" 3 ah anny _ $ , vices whenever re to ee oe ATWELL, ae {see a cock from each of the to prepare fo. crossing the | CROSSWORD
to be here for ene week. 85! plake, Fitzroy Col the xrated Trinidad pianist, iS|¢jybs, Before the start the cocks ‘ oe teaiineivabal, ott }
year they visited Trinidad | tarist Br returning to the West Indies in| ighed.”’ nee eee ns
Foe re. — — «calypso guitarl in Britain ¢ = ‘ . . are weighed > 200 miles |
F th Vi it =moment, he out Errol Ba November for a combined holiday “A normal round of a fight lasts ~” v mu
our 181 when another instrumentalist and concert tour. Back-stage at the | from five to ten minutes but there How Long?
ERE for three weeks is Mr. needed, It is common jy tice Golders Green Hippodrome, where | are also cases lasting for half of site hice tl avons
! Charlie English Jr., West In- iz among bands in England ex- she was appearing last week, sh€/}an hour. Sometimes the fight is then the ques ion | al se
} . le will be time?” They
dian representative of Soconyt change musicians when necessary said that she would probably make | drawn when both of the combat- |'° w long wi , e amg rc
Vacuum Oil Co. Inc. in New York . Trinidad her headquarters and|ants are of equal strength.” planned crossing within — .
A New Yorker, he has been in Going To Bermuda from there would visit Barbados, “Their fighting spirit and the Experienced yachtsmen ad vised
Trinidad for over three years, and aie : British Guiana and Jamaica, She! ferocity with which fhey attack them to provide everything for
this is his fourth visit to Barbados [I EAVING soon for Bermuda to also contemplates a tour in the}each other is quite admirable.” — months, os there ae
7 J : ‘Az open an art school is 20-yea Bahamas. Animal Torment een cases that much bigger boats
With The U.S. Air Force Pold artist Mi 8 Woolf She avin During the last twelve months “The fights are very sanguin- bee eae wath pa ee ee
ae . ; = her work as lecturer at, the Miss Atwell has been making] ary so the spectators on the nearer ae 1onths to sea been tse
2? COL. and M an i- J ichel McMillan Training College, great strides in the entertainment] rows have to hold a paper or o be on the safe side, at last
; kamp, who le W. Luci [ee deptiord rey iia ae Lon ton | "i= world. From being a supporting | something else before their faces they decided to accept ae well-
on Saturday by B.W.I A., will be Institute of Trai ning She act she now tops the bill at nearly |and clothes to protect them from meant advice and supplied them-
an” aenaeey 3 al. aaah t wear eos . fi H ; ‘tor © every theatre she plays. A long] being stained with the blood.” selves with stores for three t - n Across
Lt. Col, Berkenkamp 1s on f he Mi es Sau xe he DY jist of music-hall engagements| “The conqueror is taken in the months, 2. Nalis muss be handiea to make
U.S. Airforce stationed in ss ae eee SF oF ; sig : will keep her fully occupied until]hands of the veterinarians and But then they met with the 1: Geue GEDA te. eaten hate
fornia and has beer spen ling ee pen ere . - a ee ger she comes to the West Indies. In| after two or three weeks’ rest and great difficulty of finding room in i (8) Poa a dare E
ae i “hangs - I antl they wer t "Brit t n Hi m Hil whe . addition, she has been booked by |convalescence, he returns to the the boat for all the stores, “" 11. Ryans hows aunn hae ®
coral sn epapte PAS the Paradise#twp of her carvings are to be impresario Harold Fielding for ajarena again. Some of th oe a “ was no) 14, Gniy average full Gna. (4
ave been staying at the Faradisemiwp eee ple gy s series : pen scent- | surviv rae four 4. y average you'll find. (4)
heats e hown. She has already exhibited Series of Sunday Concerts. Recent survived three to four @ On Page \4. Here a long line comes to an
Beach Club
On Saturday tl leave Barba-#in the Royal Acaden und the ly she broadcasts over the BBC i ena. ne ‘i ‘
Ss ay the yi arbi the Royi é ly & n / : aoe rer “veal 17. Idle tmagination,
dos en route for California. Mrs.j4RIBA Galleries. Meg is taking with @ i the following day Paul Cave, 18: Otherwise you'll BU (4)
Berkenkamp is the daughter offther a three-treble and a descant ae music her of the or 20, What @, botch: potch it is to be
Mr. and Mrs. J. Andrieux of Bal- recordet She meet s anise a ee cae her perfor- tL, in ihe way of jare this may he
ré i Marine Gardens terecorder group in sJermuda né P as f al. bane ;
moral Flats, Marine Garden ¢ k 23. idles 108 a change. (5)
25. matter of palate surely. (5)
We 26. So, you'll find, one Boasts. (5
a ;
— 27, See what nuts can do, (4)
4 Down
B \ j H kK; WAY By BEACHCOMBER 1. Much mag be heard inett and
much taken by it, (6)
3. A point. certainly, but only one
MATTER that t troub- muffin-basket attached to a sta- that ‘heir wages bills and other 4 wi many. (3) ,
é LR that has been trou amnn atte ‘7 P th Ris 3 here. the ie 1@ Acruss. Comes
ling the best legal brains. tionery tricycle He would the expenses entitle them to ask 3os : 5) 5. Imprudent. (8
{ to-day has App Br been have to have both a horn and a instead of 25 shillings for an 8 (3) aa
een a jest . we certain ice- bell, because the tricycie would 8s. bottle of wine Nor wil oars ons tor mort
eet eee ee, oe ce count as a bicycle, and no bieyele they give up without a strugsl 9 sorhebody twigs ale
cream seller selis his wares Irom ‘ e res ce : 16, Bullen. (4)
a stationary motor-cycle. He has 15 allowed two bells, unless both the extra charges Cover charge 13, Putin tne ste (5)
at ies 9 ou a sq are not bieycle bells but muffin- 1ls., supplementary cover charge 15. Was her aunt knocked cown in
now been told You are allowed : lis. Iee-cream sold from a bi- 2s. 6d table charge 2s. napkir The ¢ dragon does not land yn the pans back are not sharp the alley ? (5)
a muffin bell to attract customers, ce-cream St as ’ ' nd he } s hi balance while the 6. Sort of distorted face. (4)
oo - sand . vould coun r charge ls , cutlery charge ls again rcling three or to ind he keep $s 19. This party be
but not a horn Nor must the cycle would , 1 ‘nite : set dragon sits happily beside him. n* Fight’ shy of doing things” (3
muffin bell be used to give warn- sold from a tricyele 5 vest ee ; eee 1: ’ — ae mee © 8 wap Rew At length they fly out of the cloud 22. The en: of an hour is here. 8)
ing of the non-approach of the Weldgrave versus k sor VATY Mee) SHARES 18. 90 t re the uppe and soon soar 4 glide downwards, ‘* What 24. Could be even, you know. (3)
stationary motor-cycle I asked and the South Hart Ke S.y Use co ane 0! _ Ars hrough a high belt of clouc tdinary buildings,"’ say Solution of S—<0, 2 puaale,—Aeross;
Mr. Justice Cocklecarrot the reach ; use of table, use of carpe = Rupert teels quite dazed a clings Where on earth can he 35a meerrascent; i Bye 1]
cas aa . . oF ,» Abatement Musical Societys t her extra and supplementary on tigh To his e! the sp e brought us¢ | Viat 2
for this ruling. He said: “For the : q . seriall | 1, Vidi 2
purposes of street trading ice- Rev. E Bapchild inte ing, in charges 25s, Supplementary cloak. } ——— cctinneeteliialinctiaclty ee | 4 Down:
iich ¢ > aman Vv 1 ice room charge 1s., use of restauran\ : - | 4.1
cream counts as muffins, but not Whlc! ‘ ma : PT jOTE— = ar ge
crumpets A man who carried Muffins from cr i ) CRY OQU ' E—Here’s how to work it:
the ice-cream on his head in strapped to a bath-cl ai ; aan Y DLBAAXR |
basket would be in order if he Sleigh-bell attach Snibbo for nostril-glamour is LONGFELLOW
blew a motor-horn, since this held to be sui generis, and a writ . One letter simply stands for another. In this example A is used ,
would count as a muffin bell. But 9 oo 7 a Pte +) ITY about June for the three L's, X for the two O's, etc. Single letters apos- ROYAL Worthings
if this man sold muffins from a sta- towed i ad rae ’ ma Mag hea “You mean having such drat trophies, the length and formation of the words are all hints
tionary motor-cycle the muffins OFts and umbles, sine “nostrils?” Each day the code letters are different M. GM Precent “apps
: aanhint see very propel M—G—) ‘ecents:
would count as ice-cream, ana ‘Yes nny indie at dealite ; Stan LAUREL & Oliver HARDY
the motor-cycle would have to Maki edie bie ae ey eohuey * A Cryptogram Quotation in
have a horn attached.” Making ends meel They gleam like a well-polished vepp
y : floor 4 PS ClP ure » oT ‘ .
Cocklecarrot explains PROPHESY that when th VYCCUP AIYUHZPR Nothing But Trouble’
r re = Jas ae 1 aye hilling meal” (in Brac ce ~ Sateho, of nee @B' ABOP QRCB OP, KRH DBZXYH with
ockiecorrot tha 1e Men ysually the £2 meal) is abohshe ~~ course Nobody will ever CIPO 2 ae Mary ‘LAND
was selling crumpets from 4 restaurants will idenly dicover dance with June.” RBC—VC. OKZL. Philip MERIVALE
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TUESDAY, APRIL 18,

Scout Notes:
es eae

Sea Scouts Win

Signalling
Competition

J esday afternoon last the
oe oe competition was held
at Erdiston College grounds
Competing scouts gathered at
4.30 p.m. and under the
tion of the D.C. Mr.
Springer and of the A.D.C. Mr.
Lisle Harrison the teams were
assembled and given instructions.
We sympathise with the Y.M.C.A,
(2nd B’dos.) Sea Scout Group in
that two of the'r chosen signallers
having to work overtime at their
jobs, unexpectedly, could not
gome to complete their

both had incomplete teams, and
so only First Sea Scouts, Gill's
Memorial and St. Matthias
fielded complete teams.

Congrats pa
who won the competition | and
will now represent the District in
the Inter-District Competit on.
We also congratulate Gill’s Mem-
orial on a very fine performance
in gaining second place on their
first appearance in the field.

An illustrative lecture was
given by Mr. Dudley Wiles,
Fisheries Officer, on Friday night
Jast at the First Sea Scouts
Headquarters, Needham’s Point.

In a most instructive talk, Mr.
Wiles gave the early background
history of fishing in Barbados
and of his experiences in the
British Isles and Scotland, leading
right up to his appointment as
Fisheries Officer.

He also explained the various
methods of catching fish, the
various hooks used, and showed
pictures of the local fishing
banks.

Among who attended
were the D.S.M., Mr. Cyril
Brathwaite, Mr. Kenneth Pile,
AS.M. of Bethell group, Mr. Ralph
Brathwaite, S.M. of Comber-
mere Troop, and Mr. Ogle, a
visiting Scouter from _ British
Guiana, and scouts from Y.M.C.A.
and St. Patrick’s Groups.

Hiking

Seconds Leroy Davis aud Mal-

colm Taylor of Y.M.C,A. hiked
to Holetown on Sunday last. Is
this in keeping with the hint
the A.D.C. gave in the last
“Voice of Scouting’? I believe
it is, because these boys are
keeping ‘Logs’.

Members of Gill’s Memorial
Troop also went on a hike last
Thursday. These boys, under the
leadership of their S.M., Mr.
Dennis Grannum went to Brighton
where they enjoyed the pleasure
of sea-bathing. The S.M. also
took opportunity to give some of
them a few life-saving methods,

those

Troop Funds

There is an opportunity for
Seouts desirous of earning some
fu.ds for their Patrol or Troop |

by doing some

gardening for a
Public Concern,

For further particulars inter-
ested Patrol Leaders or Scout- |
Masters can apply to Scout]
Headquarters. |
James Street Group Concert

The above entertainment will
fake place at the Y.M.C.A. on

Thursday night next 20th April
at 7.30 p.m.

This is another of the Troop’s}
effort to raise funds for their
Overseas Camp in August, and we
hope everyone will try to make
it the success it deserves to be
Tickets are still on sale (Reserve:
Seats 2/-, Unreserved 1/-), and
can be obtained from any of the|

Grhup Officers or from Scout
Hea quarters. Scouts and Guides
in Uniform admitted for Halt!

Price at the door.

Film Show at H:Q.

The South Western District
will be staging a Film Show at
Scout Headquarters, Beckles

Road on Friauy night next 2Ist|
April at 8. p.m.

St. George’s Day
SCOUTERS; SCOUTS, GUID-
ERS and GUIDES IN UNIFORM

Sunday next, 23rd April will be
St. George’s Day. Scouts of the
South Western District will parade

at St. George’s Church at the
11 o'clock service. Notice will
be sent to Scoutmasters and

Group Sccutmasters of particu-
ats regacding transportation.

Unifurm MUST be worn from
Suprise to Sunset on St. George’s
Dsy by all sections of the Move-
ment, and every member should
attend at least one service during
the day.

The usual Good Turn Cam-

d rec- |
Charles |

team |
of four. Bethel and Combermere |

to First Sea Scouts |.

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Trade Union Rivalry
Continues In Jamaic¢a

(Advocate Correspondent).

KINGSTON.

RIVALRY between the trade union wings of Jamaica's
two political parties continues while a Government-appoint-
ed Committee is currently investigating the position of trade
unions in industry with a view to recommending machinery
for the settlement of representational disputes between

Jamaica Has
Export
(Barbados Advocate Corresponaeny
KINGSTON, J’ca.
The Commissioner of Commerce
and Industries in Jamaica, Mr,
D. C, Ferguson, disclosed here this
week that there was a potential
market for Jamaican manufactur-
ed cornmeal in the other West In-
dian colonies.

When efforts were being made
last year, during the heavy harvest
of corn, to sell these islands many
ot them wanted cornmeal instead,
Mr. Ferguson said, adding that
most of the British Caribbean cal-
onies had no mills to grind corn
and bought their requirements
from the United States.

‘As long as we are able to sell
meal to these countries at a price
competitive with American meal,”
Mr. Ferguson said, ‘Jamaica will
be able to export all its-surplus.”

Equipment has been ordered to
double the production capacity of
the Government-owned factory
and will be installed early next
year.

But No Goatskins

To assist the Jamaica shoe
manufacturing industry, which is
now exporting quantities of shoes
to other British Caribbean coun-
tries, the Jamaica Government is
about to restrict the exporting of
goat skins from the island. ee

Due to the high prices which
goat skins are disposed for in the
United States, local dealers are ex-
porting all they.can get, with the
result that there is a shortage of
skins for the local leather and
shoe industry.

Goat skins cannot be imported
into the Island, ahd if sKins are
not available locally, shoe manu-
facturers will have to spend dol-
lars, with the approval of the
Government, to import kid leather
from the United States, Jamaica
then being in the peculiar posi-
tion of having to buy back these
skins from America after they
have been turned into leather.

SES

1,500 “Snioopers”

LONDON.
About 1,500 people in Britain are
authorized to enter private homes
and carry out inspections without
a search warrant,





paigns, Campfires, Hikes etc. will
be carried out throughout’ the
island during the week.

Invitation
The Divisional Commander of
the Church Girls’ Brigade has

€xtended a cordial invitation to

Douglas Jay, Financial Secre-
{tary to the Treasury, revealed the
number of what the British. press
term ‘“snoopers’’ in a_ written
answer to a Heuse of Commoas
question.

Jay explained that, apart from
a limited category of eases, the



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= —-————————1 The stfuggie between the

two
unions—the Bustamante Industrial
Trade Union and the Trade Union
Congress of Jamaica — began long
before the December general elec-
tions, But was pressed with in-
creasing vigour immediately fol-
lowing the elections, as the People’s
National Party decided that in-
creased union membership was
necessary to political victory at the
néxt elections, and the Jamaica
Labour Party realising that ground
was lost because of trade union
deterioration is moving to recap-
ture lost membership.

At Present

At present the T.U.C. is strong
in the town areas, such as Kingston
and Montego Bay, while the
B.:T.U. controls the rural areas,
particularly the sugar districts,
with the situation on the water-
front in a state of flux and con-
fusion. The T.U.C. has been hit-
ting at the B,I.T.U. strength in the
sugar industry and recently fol-
lowing demands for recognition by
the T.U.C. as a vital factor in the
industry, there have been a num-
ber of strikes on sugar estates
which have been, traced indirectly
to T.U.C. activity, and directly in
one instance—the worthy Park
Sugar strike—to T.U.C. officers. In
the meantime police riot squads in
the city have been alerted to cope |
with the clash between the two
unions on the Kingston waterfront |
which is expeeted to flafe up any- |
time now.

The struggle between the unions
for membership has resulted in a
number of representational dis-
putes and strikes in industry dur-
ing the past three months, and the
Governor has appointed a Board
of Enquiry to investigate the «ur-
cumstances of these disputes and
to recommend amendments to the
Trade Union Law which will
arrange for compulsory polls and
other methods of setthement in
order to avert powerful strikes and
violent demonstrations, of the type
which recently cause the Governor
to ban public meetings, assemblies
and marches throughout the whole
island.

It has already been agreed. be-
tween the Sugar Manufacturers
Association of Jamaica, the T.U.C.
and Worthy Park Estate, that a
poll will be taken in Oetober this |







year to detérmine union member-
ship there.

Summoned For Contempt

The Jamaica Court of Appeal
has oerdéréd a newspaper and a
barrister to appear before the Court
on Wi esday, May 26, to show
cause why they should not be
dealt with in such a manner as the
Court may deem appropriate for
certain contempt of court. The
barrister is Mr. E. C. L. Parkinson,
and the newspaper is the Daily
Gleaner, the publishers being the
Gleaner Company Limited.

The issue centres on an article
authored by Mr. Parkinson, which
appeared in the Daily Gleaner in
March, under the heading “Want-




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An All-Round
Success

From Our St. Lucia Correspondent)
CASTRIES, St. Lucia.
The fifth anniversary celebra-
tion of the St. Lucia Seamen and
Waterfront Workers’ Trade Union
took place on Wednesday and was
an all-round success. Only visit-
ing delegate was Mr. J. W. Nich-

olson, Secretary of the Grenada
Workers’ Union.
Held under the distinguished

patronage of His Honour the Ad-
ministrator Mr. J. M. Stow, C.M.G.
and Mrs. Stow, the proceedings
reflected the cordial atmosphere
which prevails between the Ad-
ministration and this section of
local labour.

Thanksgiving services at both
the Church of the Immaculate
Conception where the Rev. Fr.
Fitzgerald preached an inspiring
sermon, and at Holy Trinity
Church where the Rev. Canon R.
J. Laurie officiated, started off the
day of rejoicing. The Police Band
accompanied the unionists to the
respective churches.

A demonstration marehing
through the city streets was head-

ed by the Hon. Francis J. Carasco, |

O.B.E., President, Hon. Louis G.
Augier McVane, Vice-President,
Hon. J. B. D. Osbourne, M.B.E.,
Treasurer and Mr. George Warner,
Secretary.

The anniversay function at 10.00
am. in the Union Hall was well
attended and was presided over
by His Honour the Administrator.
Among the guests present on the
platform were Hon. Garnet H.
Gordon, O.B.E., Mr. F. E. Dega-
zon, Commissioner for Reconstruc-
tion, Mr. Harold Devaux, Mr. Mal-
colm Peter, Commander C. D. Mil-
bourne, Harbour Master, Mr. Ira
M. Simmons, Labour Commission-
er and Mr. Godfrey James, Assist-
ant Labour Commissioner.

Highlight of the afternoon was
a cricket match at Vietoria Park
when a team captained by the Ad-
ministrator defeated the Union’s
team skippered by President Car-
asco. The Union’s team was dis-
missed for 88 while the Admin-
istrator’s team made 111.

At 8.30 p.m. there was an “Am-
ateur Show” at which guest artist-
es including the Commissioner for
Reconstruction, who sary the cele-
brated “Ole Man River”, Hon,
Keith Alleyne, Crown
who contributed “The Rosary” and

r. Ken Ishmael rendering “The
Lord’s Prayer.” Other contribu-
tions comprised tap dancing by Mr.
Ishmael and comic sketches by
Bandmaster Griffith and Inspector
Alfonso.

The celebrations were rounded
off with a dance at the R.C. Boys’
School, music for which was sup-
plied by the Police Danee Or-
chestra.

Resolution Of
Loyalty

(From Our St. Lucia Cairrespondent

CASTRIES.
It has been decided to observe
the Silver Jubilee of the St. Lucia
Legislature on Monday, May 1,
1950. A special meeting of Council
willbe held that day when a re-
solution of loyalty to His Majesty
the King will be passed, Legisla-







tors from the other colonies in the

Windward Islands Will be invited
for the occasion.
This decision
meeting of the

yesterday.

was made at a

Legislature



100,000 Suckers

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)
INGSTON, J’ca.

The export total
bananas from Jamaica in the three
months ending March 31 was 14

times what it was in the corres-

ponding three months of 1949.

Total number of stems exported
between January and March this

year was 60,000.
Meanwhile multiplication

Attorney, |

held

of Lacatan

of
Lacatan production continues and
during January and February,

Diplomats
Sugar

|
| DUBLIN.

Diplomats in Eire will have to
pay twice as much as local citizens
to sweeten their coffee or break-
fast cereal. There will be no more
“cheap sugar” for them.

_The diplomatic corps will be de-
nied sugar at the rationed price of
4% cents per pound and will have
to pay 8'2 or possibly 9 cents per
pound as part of a drive by the
Government to reduce the burden
of food subsidies. (Food subsidies
last year cost the nation
$36,500,000) .

Only holders of domestic
sumers’ cards will in the
be given subsidized sugar.

The sugar ration is 12 ounces per
person weekly but as much sugar
as required over that can now be
purchased freely at 84% cents per
pound,

\

about

con-
future

Expensive

Diplomats, hotels, hospitals,
| schools, ships’ crews, bakery class-
es in technical schools, and sugar
confectionery manufacturers will
only be entitled to buy the expen-
sive sugar.

Home produced sugar repre-
| sents 90,000 tons or about two-
thirds of Hire’s needs.

The ration requires

roughly



mere nemmmeececans B |




Chief Justice
Discharges
Meat Pie

LONDON.

A 4=cent meat pie occupied the
attention of England’s Lord Chief}
Justice, Lord Goddard, and other
high legal expéfts during an
appeal case in the King’s Beneh
Division in London.

And Lord Goddard’s conduct
of the case was as stern and im-
partial as at the famous Fuchs
spy trial at the Old Bailey recent-

Ruling that there was no stand-
ard by which a meat pie could
be defined provided it contained
meat, he solemnly refused to
convict a delicatessen owner
whose meat pies were found to
contain only 7.5 per cent meat.

A Food Ministry inspector had
brought the pie case to the High
Court after failing to obtain a
conviction in a Sunderland, Dur-
ham, magistrate’s court.

He summoned Lambert Hanney
under the Food and Drugs Act,
1988 for “selling meat pies which
were not of the substance and

quality demanded by the pur-
chaser.”
The Sunderland magistrates

said there was no fixed standard
laying down the minimum quan-
tity of meat for a meat pie. This
decision was upheld by Lord
Goddard in the appeal court.

Lawyers for the food inspector
protested that, according to an
analyst’s report, “a meat pie
Should contain at least 25 per
cent of Meat.”

Said Lord Goddard, acidly,
“that is hardly a matter for an
analyist. It would have been
much more satisfactorily to have
the evidence of a housewife. |

The four-cent, 7.5 per cent meat
pie was honourably discharged

—EN.S.





Paris Declares |

War On Rats ;

PARIS.
France, already committed to a
full-scale military campaign in
Indo-China, has declared War on
the common, back-alley rat

The front-lines are in the
crowded, old streets of Paris,
where rats are consuming 41
destroying merchandise officially
estimated at nearly 1,000 tons
daily.

Spearheading the fight are the
press, radio, government bureaus
and the country’s leading
scientists, including the best
brains of the Pasteur Institute.

The problgm has become so
serious that it is a civil offence to

stand by idle when rats are on
one’s premises, and refrain from
taking “direct action.’

—INS.



Men Can Wear

50,000 tons per year and it is Peanut Suits
| estimated tnat the Government
| will receive about $5,600,000 yearly EDINBURGH
from the sale of about 80,000 tons Sir Ian Heilbron, President of}
outside the ration at the higher|the Chemical Society, revealed |
DF1e¢ Haif of this would go t0-|¢) 4 luncheon meeting of _ the
wards the subsidy and the rest MAY] cocjety that the lowly peanut was
go to the Irish Sugar Company nov being used “make men’s
Later if required a further $980,000} lc thir ; = " }
tay be added to the company’s|°[2'"5 |
; _ He said: }
share by an increased charge. ae we cit
The device is regarded as an We are now producing suits)
ngenious method of causing one 50 per cent of whic h are made |
et of consumers to sustain another. from the much maligned peanut. |
For purposes of computing the}1t is the best thing to come out}
cost of living index the cheap rate of former Food Minister John}

only will be used.—(LN.S.)

Greece Gets A
Coalition

@ from page 1



lished in the United States News
and World Report, an independent

weekly,
The Letter

In it he said the letter was made
public to everyone. It was “just
criticising every thing’? and made
no mention of Greece’s “blood and
tears’.
| “It did not take into consider-
ation the state of mind of the peo-
| ple, and the period we are going
| through after elections”.

Asked to elaborate, King Paul
replied “one must take into con-
sideration what has happened in
this country since 1940—the Ital-
ian and German invasions, the
occupation and then the bandit
warfare, all the sacrifices the peo-
ple have been through.

These were not mentioned in
the letter—what Churchill called
blood and tears. The letter was
just criticising everything and
everybody.

inefficiency in Government.



and execution and that

ministries such as public health
and welfare should be amalga-

mated.
This was being done.
Greece still required

be a tough job”.

“We cannot make our maximum
effort to get going with recon-

struction, he added—Reuter.



100,000 suckers were distribited

to banana growers in the island.

18-YEAR ERROR

Figures for March are not avail-

able, but it is estimated that a

greater number was distributed
than in any of the previous
months.

VISITING SHRINES

NEW YORK, April 17.
Cardinal Dennis J. Dougherty
84 year i Archbishoy

dely



Europe sever
hrine

—Reuter.



Phila- |

BURGESS HILL, Sussex, Eng.

back he named it George.
ing it Georgina.—Oan. Press.





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merchant

five

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Log Ben
fined shillings
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EXCUSE FAILED

vas

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work.

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yt | branches
His |friends hanging headfirst

Strachey’s East African peanut;
scheme so far.”
Akers, honorary |

Sir Wallace
treasurer of the society, one of |
the guests at the luncheon, wore aj
suit made of 50 per cent wool}
and 50 per cent Ardil, a product}
of peanuts. |

|

Sir Wallace revealed that the|
peanuts were being used in
Scotland for the manufacture of
men’s suits and overeoats. He said
the new material came from the
Imperial Chemical Industry's
Nobel experimental station at
Ardeer, Ayrshire. |

A factory is being built in|
Dumfries, Scotland, for general
manufacture of the yarn. It will
then be sent to weavers through-
out the country. Sir Wallace said
it was found that the cloth wore
well.

“We spin the yarn at Ardeer,
then distribute it to Orkeny and
other parts of the country for
weaving. At present we have
only been able to make sample
suits and overcoats because pea-
nuts are in short supply, but once
the factory is built we can man-
ufa¢ture for the public.”

Professor Eric Rideal, Presi-
dent-elect of the Society said that
while materials such as cotton
and rayon were woven “straight”

The Ambassador is. right sient the new Ardil was of curly fiber,
ut
he left out the factors that there | iprough.
were lots of reconstruction before
the fighting was over, miles of
bridges restored”’.

King Paul said there was lack
of co-ordination both in planning

and prevented cold from coming

—LN.S.



HEARTACHE SOOTHED

CHAPEL St. MARY, Suffolk,
England.

A Muscovy duck made a house-

to-house flight round the village.
The Royal Society for the Preven-

Unitea |tion of Cruelty to Animals si
oe ees aid, and = = e
e hoped the country wou

able C her inh ain When]and was searching for it, It has
the Marshall Plan ended, this “will Jnow

gested an explanation that the
duck had been jilted by its. mate

been provided with a new
one.—(C,P.)



SAFER THAT WAY

VICTORIA, Canada.
Commenting on a, car-theft
case recently, Judge H. H. Shand-
ley endorsed police who draw guns

John Hoadley has had to change |before closing in on law-breakers.
his pet tortoise’s name after 18 \ e
years. When he bought the oe said. “It’s the proper thing to do.

ow
that it has laid two eggs he’s call-

“Phat's what I’d do myself,” he
—(C.P.)



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Tuesday, April 18, 1956



Clerks

THE revival of the Barbados Clerks’
Union seems to indicate a healthy awaken-
ing of one section of the community who
have never made their power and influence
felt. The reasons for this lack of self-
expression was no doubt due to a combin-
ation of causes which the clerks now seek
to overcome.

Middle class society in Barbados such as
that from which the body of clerks is drawn
, has never been the object of affection by
any group or body until recently. In fact,
one political body in this island made it
plain through the mouth of their leaders
| that it was not concerned with the problems
of the middle class. Even after the work-
ers in this island organised tweive years
ago the clerks were reminded that they
could not because of their place in society,
pretend to side with the lower classes; and
at the same time they were the object of
ridicule by the workers who felt that they
were “playing up” to the employing class
who did not want their support.

There has now been a gradual change.
It is fortunate for Barbados. This section
of the have learnt
that it is in a healthy economy and not in
politics that their salvation must be found.
The fallacious clap-trap that politics con-
stitute the means and end of all progress
has now
It

progress except that

community seems to

been subjected to examination

is clear that there can be no lasting

built on a sound

economy







eal
at «6certal
f conduct
il! choo
the ¢ oy
ons of wiety while they were bein
jenied the means of dou © in a manner
befitting their station in life. The Clerk
Union can do much in effecting a iitabl
remedy to this situatior
It is significant that in the past the clerks
failed to express even their fears and they
were led to believe that victimisation
would follow the path of those who did so,
The measure of victimisation, if any, can
be consistent only with the extent of the
weakness of the Union, But this is the
ast and least concern of the Clerks’ Union
The time has come when every employe}
recognises not only the right but the duty
| yf employees to organise themselves into
ynions. It must make for the orderly pro
press of relationships between employe!
und employees and they do themselves
less than justice who try to hinder such
wganisation. It is therefore ol little cor
ern to the clerks whether there ill be
attempts reprisal They have
“emedy.
The chief object of the Union ts to secure
‘or its members propet rie d suit
ible conditions of wor} These have not
always been of the best and many case
odav there is need for adjustment eve
f not comp! e\ n It { |
1 season that the Cler! Un \ ee tl
ecessity for a sound econo! hich must
me before any political acne vement {
nay be that in the pa the clerks hav
nistaken the hadow ol political icces
for the substance of economic progres
It is ne r noossible nor too late for
e Clerk nion to estat h it f in the
i. aves of the community as a reponsibit DOK
vhose interests are bound up with the
seneral interests and whose opimon 18s
» vorthy of respect This goal can only be
; \chieved with the support of every clerk

© the Union and the ability of that body

o keep itself free from political tramme!

ing.

ur Headers Say:

IN THE BUSH--

Where The Witch Doctors|
Mend Broken Marriages

hy Gwyn Lewis tribal




| DURING the past two weeks I ,

j|have travelled hundreds of miles
across this featureless country
called the Bush.

Nothing meets the eye but
thorn bushes and stunted, lifeless
| trees.

Yet goats and rangy cattle of
indifferent breeding provide the
country’s eight tribes with their
main wealth
| Almost as soon as a Bamang-
wato child can leave its mother’s

back, where it spends its first
months tucked in a shawl, it is
put to tending cattle

Before. dawn, children are
|driving the cattle from the
villages miles into the bush,
where they remain with them
until sundown

Lashed For Losses

|} I asked one tribesman: ‘What

happens if a beast is lost?” He

said “Thi often happens, and

the boy know vhat to do when
he arrives home

He immediately goes to a tree

{ t facing it until his



er come

“The boy lies down to re-







ceive perhaps two lashes if it
is his first offence, or more if : > y
he has lost cattle before. that 11 Communists conspired to overthrow
and son, who may be the United States Government.
nO! oe ‘ on _ sea McCarthy alleges that Budenz can uncover
eth ends after the : spelon th ; '
ere : They develop the carriage of the perfect mannequin. Lattimore’s Communist links. And Latti-
Little girls also |
but are not whipped.” more denies he ever had any. On the evi-
ye ’ ‘ ‘ ano
\ Ti } ren, spending _ their W ife For q atile still persist outside the capital, dence the two men give depends the political |
} The. siideen, nis Sr Serowe fate of the “Red Bogey” senator.
lay ee in th yush yelow ¢& The arriages are negotiated by Fees , it , i ‘ toh
| se un, may be respon the rl is can case lie aocten he Pg Aig ok r ae eee i , kteny ae
\ ible for 30 beasts each. If one jg called a lobola for a wife for a love potion to a bullock for oseph McCarthy is a strange man
is lost when the cattle are counted If he marries into a poor family the most fearful curse in the witch of simplicity and grace. To engage him in
at sunset the children always he can secure a wife for a dozen doctor’s repertoire private conversation is at first charming and
pee which particular animal has cattle. The current price per head __|then boring. But Senators scramble for seats |
trayed of cattle runs to £10 The oo: fie. ~ fs when he is due to speak.
The owner searches for the If the bridegroom pays 100 cat- P* rstitious rey believe that a It
. it ; : lagen : ; is Jose —| 2 -
missing beast next day. He may tle for his bride the wedding is piece of rag of a suitable colour]. eph McCarthy he began life pick- |
) it ¢ > - half-eaten by ° » soci ve » year attached to a pole neal re Au —
find it alive, or half-eaten by tne social event of the year. hed | the hut |1ng up peanut shells as a cinema usher
fion or a leopard Polygamy has disappeared, but Will keep all evil away. whom the Republican Party has chosen to
marriage ties are loose. Young men are convinced that}lead its election year campaign against the
Vv ‘ ~ . ; Yo t -
Holt To Mines ” : the possession of a lion’s tooth or} people in the Government they claim are
The tribal marriages are per- the tuft of its tail will endow Communist: fellow4i 11
| Most boys, when reaching man- formed by the headmen, and so them with the strength of the usts or Tellow-travellers,
hood, hope to work in the gold far as white races are concerned animal As a cinema usher and, later, grocery store
}mines of the Rand. Normally they they are close secrets While in other parts of Africa handyboy, McCarthy paid his way through
have to obtain the consent of the But Christian marriages fre- t is common to see men and wo-|law school, and became the youngest elected
| ¢ niel quently follow the tribal rites, men "i a sarc = een circuit judge in Wisconsin, at 29.
: f yeads, les Ss > < ae + ; i
Fathers keep a watchful eye cometimes immediately, sometimes Te es me a aig ite, Later, as a private soldier, he went into the
to prevent them going, if possible, g year iater NS er ee ORT cc Marine Corps and came out as captain-intelli-
but thousands run away 2 . 3 2 ae
I saw one home on_ leave Missionaries have found that The women wear brightly col- gence officer. He also qualified as a rear gun-
Whe ast me he had in the gentle Bamangwatos and oth- cured, long and full skirts ner, and got citations for bravery.
. fragment of clothing about his er tribes have accepted Chris rhe men wear tattered rem- PEOPLE LAUGHED...
idle tianity with readiness. Beautiful 1 inimal skins, If they! The Republicans put him up against the
churches built in English style, are it they wear ready- great crusader La Follette in Wisconsin for
Now, stepping of the bus, _ filled every Sunday. @ diet is ground maize, | the Senate elections, and promised to groom
} tted proudly, wearing - e a ~ : 7 ad ’ S
European clothes, Despite the A Love Potion porridge, with meat, him for high office.
torrid heat he also wore an i ffal. Cows yield so lit- McCarthy swept the magnificent La Fol-
ar oat. If, after e Denangwele mareanee ae, the Frans oD vad 1 lette from office and, with head swelling and
Women at his side carried on py — are , skae “ bas ae : .at butter is rarely eaten, | nockets full of money, he came ‘to Wash-
‘ : : the umpkins he had on, 1e aggrievec a se- or cheese ling ¢
i i. * pon " eretly consults a witch doctor Fish are unheard of, and fruit mgt.
He may prepare a love potion. js limited to water melons People laughed at the lowly country boy and |
1 coneoction of herbs mixed with [ane he was easy game.
| thi custom of * : N ‘hey smashed him down first of all over the
yortions of an animal a s all over the
ny everything from a bottle | eee yh a coal Most Sober Malmedy massacre. McCarthy accused his own
of mill bucket of corn ©” fashion by the witch doctor, The Bamangwato were. made| “s.>, boys of torturing S.S. men to gét confessions
the ea the Bamangwat squatting cross-legged on the ras ee ener of massacring 350 American prisoners. The torture
women develop the carriage of a ground, and incantations are oli hekedi. dakwome,:. He awe were not true, but they gave McCarthy
erfect mannequin pronounced detested drink so much that he A ; > *
’ . ; When Bamangwato Jones suS- purned the homes of persistent HE FIGHTS ON
Women aildhbers pects Bamangwato Smith of ex- drunkard For nearly five weks Joe McCarthy has brought
cessive attentions to his wife, he Ruth hopes to take advantage | UP charges against man after man and woman after
Wome! rs 1e builders of jay ask his favourite witch doc- of one Bamangwato custom by | Woman In high public office claiming that they were
: f n f ne |} angwato cust 7 . 8 ‘ 'y
Bec! nd's homes, circular tor to weave a suitable spell vhich it may be possible to ex- Communists.
PAu hatched roofs. There ‘Thereafter Smith often and un- tend her husband's stay at Serowe. |, And when the week has ended and the charges
are no windows, only a door cannily develops an inexplicable ‘The custom of the tribe is that,| ave been slapped down, McCarthy has been left
They excavate the red clay and malady. His arm may wither, he when a child is born, neither the alone on the scene wondering what hit him.
di hat ig. Two women are may become lame or lose his aP- mother, nor child, nor father shall But he has gone away for the weekend and come
e d a rondavel, as petite. Gossip quickly spreads the appear outside their home for back the next week—still fighting. McCarthy said
it calle > feet in diameter, news that the witch doctor has three months to me to-day that each morning he gets 1,000 letters.
et been at work All men, women, and children Nearly all support his violent, arrogant charges.
And Bamangwato Jones hugs to Pay great deference to the tribal NOW ROOSEVELT —
It w« be foolish to build any himself "ike ae ey the “frog chief Out in the Middle West they think he is a cru-
other sort of house in this country. DVS)". fied to a tree by the Greeting the chief is an elabor- | Sader. In Washington they think he is a charlatan.
The water supply is so pre- Witch’ doctor, brought about the ate ceremony, both arms being But it is in the Middle West that the Republicans
| Raeen gale witch doctor, brought abc Larva he fron count their votes,
carious that whole villages gire pesult extended to the front. + accel i 2 .
are frequently abandoned ee - And the deference I have seen Sane ‘t one canastac planing Comaronnenens: ‘If
. + . aren ee ee oe . seve ‘ bee res : Ty oe
when the wells run dry, Superstitious ahi r ‘she onion . oe And the Caetano replied: “Why ett Cac
Courting couples are rarely _ marker she is acquiring Pires sis ad Carthy ; : hd aoe oe
' seen. Bechuanas are in no hurry King Khama, Seretse’s grand- royal tou h, too, with a gracious ‘koe ae ae hed ae = "
{to marry, many leave it until they father, tried to abolish both tribal smile and gesture s “AL ES .
: marriages and witcheraft, yet they ft, BB: —L.E.S.

! are past thirty



Bamangwatos at a
assembly
| Serowe wear European
clothes—o} sorts

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'The ‘Red-Bogey’ Man Digs
Up A New One |

Hy Vineent Evans
WASHINGTON

FOUR of us were playing canasta — a
Congressman from Oregon, Felix Belair, of
the New York Times, a Senate official, and
myself.

Suddenly the Congressman threw down his
hand and exclaimed: “Senator Joseph
McCarthy—man or beast?”

There are three things that happen when
Senator McCarthy makes one of his well-|
advertised announcements that he is going to|
speak :—

1. President Truman goes off into a high-
level tirade that the 40-year-old bachelor
Senator from Wisconsin is Marshal Stalin’s
greatest friend.

2. Every major newspaper in the United
States devotes to him six or seven columns,
tears him to pieces in the opinion columns,
and

3. The phone rings in a little Virginian
village across the Potomac River where lives
one of the many people — a woman—

McCarthy has accused of being a Communist.
A voice the woman does not know says:

“Get out, you dirty Communist,” and rings
off.

This morning McCarthy named the man
who he claims is going to provide evidence
that Dr. Owen Lattimore, high State Depart-
ment adviser, has been a Communist.







Senate investigating committee the name of
Professor Louis Budenz — excommunicated
Catholic who was readmitted to the Catholic
Church after he renounced Communism and
gave up his job as managing editor of New
York’s Daily Worker.

Sandy-haired father of three daughters,
Budenz is a man in whom the United States
Government itself has expressed its confi-
dence. He was one of the men on whom
they called in the New York trial to prove

Rarbades Has a Shirt of Delicate White Lace











the Edit Tl Advocate sense of appreciation of the West Indies. She is considered
ij heau lue surrounding us, to be the most urban of any of
> SIR,—For three conseculive the adage is tru Realizing this them. In spite of her diminutive
4 ars I have been a visitor to the fact, JI ar ved to remind you size she is the most densely popu-
| est Indies, and a guest of Bar \' pressions Barbados lated area of the World, excepting
| dos. While there are many jeaves upon the “stranger within China, a factor which unfavour-
dngs I have yey to learn about your es” whose sense has not ably affects her economic stand-
ur Island, and its people, I feel been dulled by living so near to ards of life, and yet Barbados is
4 at my extended stay among you. the sea which encirc les you, the comely.
your guest, qualifies me to spk dl the canopy of heaven
| press my view about your above you, and re plendent _ «sround her waist she wears a
Hejight little Island” and also a beauty of the flowe to be seen deep blue sash from which het
} ty to expres: ppreciation « over hand ample garment falls in rippling
your kind hospitality, and al kaleidoscopic colors, as changeable
}) that which you have to offe: Not all the attractions to be 90d varied as those of the chame
| vitors from ovher places than fcund are so easily discovered as leons which bask in the warmth
enar OWN. hose on the surface—others, quite her breath; ranging from deep
1 ss real. are only found by seer or blue to light blue, and shading
{it is not to be expected that in while I do not into peacock green to delicate
i communication | of this kind ; such. | do wish Nile greens. Her skirt around the
wat I should attempt to en- io dra 1 sketch such as that bottom is flounced with delicate
4» mpass all the interesting aspects has come to me in a medi- White lace. Peeping out from this
, aich = repeated visits have \ mood-—Barbados. as seen owing skirt one catches sight of
yealed, therefore I shall confine through the eyes of ranger, ber dainty feet which sparkle un-
r comments to one of the out der the reys of a tropical sun as
nding attractio which even Whe frien neigh- if wrought from burnished silver
us visit t i I M Her form, mostly hidde fron
seT VC nar S f View
of ¥ f y
»s true I of } I b sh
} vended to ! 1 i i a stro rl
it nerall { patter
{ I I I se -
. pret € A i
degre ; @
‘ a a

internal fires, augmented by bil-
lion wpon billions of tiny insect
life which conspired to weave in bursary
intricate pattern and design, 4 fit- I was
ting for such a royal prin
cess as she. Around her neck and
falling gracefully over her ample
white bosom, she wears a garland
varied

body
O'Neal
time







of multi-coloured flowers,
in both pattern and design, sur- sary things to do and the sam® the good training and advice giv-
passing in elegance a glory ex- year [ was awarded one of tha en. Now that my period is over,
ceeding that of Solomon's holarship I can do no more than congratu-
[ began apprenticeship in late the good work by these mas-
Crowning her coiffure she wears one of the’ arly months of 1945 ter-workmen not only to make me,
a tiara of precious stones befitting and Mr. H Deane was chosen but the other boys better and|
her royal heritage, as she n as my master-workman, During brighter citizens, and in the fu-|
presides over her court, dazzling that period my master-workman ture, I am looking forward to
in brilliance and bey I and the board never neglected a greater improvement from the
Of such is her. grace and charm. moment trying to make me what board
No wonder that we mortals are J] should be GRENVILLE S. A. GRIFFITH,
drawn to her court, again and At a meeting of the Board on Checker Hall,
again, from lands far distant Friday last, nineteen of us were St. Lucy
AS such a one of her couruers, arded certificates and Messrs April 15, 1950.
I make homage to het rare charm
ind gracious hospitality Le aaa niet
FRANK ATKINSON -
St. Lucia, B.W.1 @ LETTERS which are signed with a nom-de-plume, but un-
\ 6th, 195 ; i
accompanied by the customary bona fides, will be ignored,
Apprentice Says Thanks sae
Pi : ’ Many such reach the Editor’s desk each week, and readers
= rn oe ' , are again reminded of the neceasity for the writer's name to
be known to the Editor, not for publication, but as an assur-
I ‘
ance of good faith.

who in any way tried to make my
five years period as an electrician
apprentice a success

introduced to the
bursary scholarships by Mr, Fred
scout master at that
and he collected one of the
application forms for me and in-
what Was the neces-

first

my

structed me

D. S. Payne, C. G: Reed and T.
E. Went made some very inter-
esting speeches in which they re-
ferred to efficiency, punctuality
and honesty, these speeches should
never be forgotten by the boys
who were present.

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y, APRIL 18, 1950

Service Conference

“A NEW VISION

poG ’clock yes-
ut 2 o'clo 3

A Road ae attacked Mr.{ world from the strain
pia row! house and ea has an important r

als and three dog jump-| Excellency the

vie citer "ond escaped. ed the fourth conference of

ix canimet cane eens at the Legisla

iE OF See year broke out at} CY.

fares 0 Plantation, St. Philip, is Excellency said:

1.00 a.m. on Saturday.|_ It was with real pleasure that
pout | "18% acres of first and|I accepted the invitation to open
roripe canes, 14 acres of this fourth biennial Conference of
crop’, and 37 acres of sec-|the Federation of Civil Service
ean They are thej Associations in the Caribbean for,

fthe Trustees of the/having been a member of five
A Cameron and were all) different Civil Servants’ Associ-

: nded to Ruby
biae “Jestroyed six acres
ae rop ripe canes, Which were
; ae They are the property
r §, Clarke of the same Plan-

JER CANE fire of un-
origin broke out at

at about 11.15 a.m. on
and destroyed 300 holes
nd crop young canes situ-
on the lands of Lennel Clarke

ddress.

> ‘xtended to the lands
he yd Massiah and destroyed
s of second and third crop
: + canes. None of the canes

insurers LOWING appoint-
ts were made at the
ing of the St. ig bia
eek; Mr. C. H. =
a urehwarden, Mr. G. G.
Senior Guardian, Mr. W. L.

ves, Junior Guardian.
Commissioners of Health
Mr. C. H. Yearwood, Mr. F, A.
. Mr. J. E. T. Brancker,
p,, Dr. A. C. Kirton, aa
r. E. Lisle Bannister.
* ee enmnitten! Mr E. Lisle
| JP. M.C.P. Mr. C. H.
sod, Mr. G. G. Harris, Mr.
Greaves, and Mr.

’ ont at the Meeting were:
AE. Simmons, B.A., (Chair-

Mr. W.L. Greaves, Mr. C.
marwood, Mr. G. O’Neale, Mr.
T, Brancker, M.C.P., Mr. F.
Breaves, Mr. K. C. O’Neale,
G, G. Harris, Mr. E. L. Ward
Mr. I. C. Sobers. An excuse
nfered for the absence of Mr.
Ward.

AH GRANT of Bay Land,
St. Michael, got two of his
mushed and his left foot hurt,
acar wheel ran over his feet
uynday. Grant was assisting
hing a car over Cox Hill
the car ran backwards.

NUMBER of men were seen

y on Sunday morning off
ns’ Beach, St. John, return-
from their Saturday hunt for
The expert lobster catchers
ahaul of about 14 each. Lob-

son is here, but due to the
ness of the sea no risks were
during the past few weeks.
lights are used in catching
obsters .

§T, JOHN’S Cultural and
Literary Association will hold ;
jal meeting on Thursday ¢
and the Handicraft of the
bers will be on show. Two
will be given by Mr. R.
of the British Council and
W. Greenidge of Haynes
Great progress have been
m by the Association and
is now a Shorthand Class in
ion. In the other classes
are showing interest and
rapidly progressing.
DWERS OF RAIN held up
pedestrians vesterday in the
area, During the morning,
were seen to be gathering,
hey quickly cleared off. These
s continued for an hour, and
large streams collected espe-
along Swan, Street. Several
ns were taken by surprise.
were without raincoats, and
Were forced to take shelter
the rain was over.
ABOUT 2.35 p.m. on Sat-
urday an accident occurred
mapel Streevy between motor
1 M-573, owned by the Water
Department and driven by
Alleyne of Sayannah
Bush Hall, and a bicycle
and ridden by Norma
of Bush Hall. The cycle

p Y was injured when
in accident occurred on Pin-
reet at abou 1.30 p.m. on

ed in the accident were

Car M-429, owned by

Corbin of Third Avenue.
ile and driven by J. B.
of Roebuck Street, and a

Wn cary, driven by

Chandler of Fairfield
Black Rock.

ACCIDENT occurred on
luck Street at about}

‘M. on .Saturday between
~ car owned by the Cen-
uarage, Coleridge ‘Street,
fiven by Clarence Holder
wy Village, St. Michael,
© owned and ridden
Cooke of \ Mahogany

‘Cooke's knee was injured.
ee

Woman Wounded

f Ifill of Lightfoots Lane

Ounded in her head last

With a piece of iron. She
4 at the General Hos-



ered. and belief that is not the position

.——— in the West Indian Civil Servants

where there are almost ea

at? able examples of “merit’’ fitly

en '$On Today rewarded. A general and un-

informed criticism of cone

’ Banl a ments and promotions does grea

: at 4.00 an neva harm to the prestige of a service

' at the ||aMd of its members, and I sug-

at 5.00 p.m gest that officers of service asso~

at Queen’s Park ciations should take no part in

Dm, such unfounded sige egy am

er J. H, i I will not detain you further

” “The eae ena from the important matters which

In Latin America” t you have before you on a very

BE Pitish Councis at 8 is heavy Agenda. I declare the Con-

. ference open and pray that you

may have the guidance of the

: Almighty in your deliberations.
WARS

Eat

Daily.

SS as





ations during over twenty years
in the public service, Iam in
sympathy with the purposes and
aspirations of your Federation
and its member associations, In
extending a welcome to you all
at this conference may I first read
a message which the Secretary of
State has asked me to convey to
you. He says: “I wish you a

fruitful and successful Conference, acknowledge the indebtedness of
to|the Federation to the many who

“I shall be very interested
learn the result of your labours,
particularly your views on the
Holmes Report, which you will
no doubt discuss.” Next, may I
specially welcome the visiting
delegates to what they will find
is the most attractive island in
the Caribbean. If you have any
doubt as to the truth of this as-
sertion, I suggest you speak to
any Barbadian who will give you
a modest but completely informed
and objective opinion as to the
merits of Barbados compared
with the other islands and main-
land territories which you re-
present.

Also, you will find that the
proverbial hospitality of Barbados
and Barbadians exists not only in
legend but in fact, and I trust that
when you leave the island at the
end of the conference you will
have pleasant memories and a firm
resolve to return for a _ real
holiday at a later date.

My own knowledge of the Car-!
ibbean and its Civil Services is
naturally limited by only a few
months’ residence here, but as |
have come from West Africa
where the Civil Services of four
British Colonies enjoyed almost
common terms of service, I ap-
preciate the purpose and value of
a regional conference such as
this. Apart from the obvious ad-
vantages 1 suggest that the op-
portunities afforded outside the
conference for discussion of
matters of general, social or pro-
fessional interest, are no less
important. I hope you will make
contact with your “opposite num-
bers” in the Barbados service in
your particular vocation or call-
ing.

More Importance

You will not need me to tell you
that the work of the Civil Ser-
vant in this most difficult post
war period is becoming of more
importance than hitherto. There
can be no doubt that a new
vision and broader purpose has
come to the world from the strains
and trials of the war, and that
the Civil Servant has an impor-
tant role to play in this develop-
ment. You are called to new and
more complex tasks, to more
specialized work, to adapt your-
selves to new conditions and
constitutions and in general to
provide a higher standard of
service to the public than hither-
to has been required.

It is not unnatural that in these
circumstances you seek from
your masters, the public and their
representatives, more opportuni-
ties for training for promotional
posts in the expanding civil ser-
vices of this region.

“The terms and conditions of
employment in the public ser-
vice of any country should be
pitched at a level sufficient to at-
tract the services of some of the
best brains of its people and,
indeed, Governments should be
model employers. My experience
has shown that in spite of pro-
longed negotiations and many
difficulties a Civil Service ulti-
mately receives the terms it
deserves. Otherwise there is a
fiight of talent away from the
public service and a consequen-
tial deterioration of services to
the public which may be the
first indication of false economy
in the treatment of Government
employees. One word of warning
Bear constantly in mind that
you are the servants of the public
and not their masters. .

A cynic referring to big
business in one country sum-
marized the fears which I have
heard expressed in Barbados in
that old verse which runs:—

“The doors of success are ever
ajar

“And the temple halls are full

“For some get in by the door
marked PUSH,

“And some by the door marked
PULL.”

To the best’ of my knowledfe

ae



anda broader purpose has come to the
$ and trials of war and the civil servant
ole to play in this dey
Governor told Civil Servant

elopment,” His
s when he open-
of Civil Service
hamber yester-

The Reply

Mr, Holman Williams, President
of the Federation in replying to
the Governor’s Address said:

I desire to thank you on behalf
of the Federation for being so kind
to come here and open this Con-
ference and to give us the bene-
fit of your wide Colonial experi-
ence in that very interesting ad-
dress to which we have just lis-
tened. I would ask you, Sir, to
convey to the Right Honourable
the Secretary of State for the Col-
Onies our gratitude for his kind
Message and I have no doubt that
at a later stage, something form-
ally would be done in that regard.

It is my pleasant duty to

the Federation
tive Council C

have contributed to making this
Fourth Conference, in this his-
toric island possible, and to the
Radio _ Distribution, Barbados,
through whose co-operation, these
proceedings are being broadcast.

Those of us, within and without
the service who work in the Car-
ibbean at this time share an ex-
tremely important task. It is ob-
vious that we are assisting at the
birth of a Nation and that the
happiness and welfare of our un-
born sons, for many a generation,
will depend on the way in which
we quit ourselves in these pre-
paratory and formative years.
Posterity will bless or curse us in
so far as we have assisted actively
or passively, in so far as we have
done well or ill.

As Civil Servants, we take
pride in the fact that, long be-
fore Closer Union had reached
the stage of a Standing Closer
Union Committee, long before
adult or near adult suffrage, as
early as 1944, the Civil Service
got together and formed a body
which links and speaks for the
officers serving in all the Col-
onies from Honduras, through

: in Barbados before going on to
Jamaica, the Leewards, the hainiaild stant ; ‘tic
Windwards, Barbados and = , nada, Trinidad and British
Trinidad, right to the magnifi- } 74!@"4-
cent province of Guiana. Intellectual
It was this body which kept Tha " ;

pressing for greater uniformity in The most important factor

the conditions of service and for
Unification of the Services. These
representations culminated in the
appointment of the Holmes Com-
mission which, let it be repeated,
was not a bye-product of Closer
Union, although the implementa-
tion of its recommendations will
undoubtedly accelerate and facili-
tate Closer Union.. It is to these
recommendations that this Fourth
Conference will devote a good
deal of its time.

The Reason

Why do West Indian Civil Ser-
vants agitate for a Regional Uni-
fied Service? The reason is that
unification will facilitate trans-
fers of personnel between the
various colonies and these trans-
fers will bring, in their train,
firstly, broadened experience and
new ideas with a resultant in-
crease in efficiency and, secondly,
increased opportunities for the
outstanding officer to reach the
level to which his ability and zeal
entitle him, This last, in itself,
is calculated to attract some of the
best West Indian scholars to the
service,

Some may ask why West In-
dians favour a W.I. service rather
than the broader seriés of Colonial
Unified Services which alfeady ex-
ist. The answer lies in the fact
that West Indians are not norm-
ally offered transfer outside the
Region, and, until recently, were
seldom offered transfer within it,

But why dwell longer on the
past? The future is before us with
its challenge. We have a definite
recommendation for Unification
and for a Regional Public Ser-
vice Commission. Indeed the Uni-
fication Report envisages a future
in which West Indians will dis-
charge the highest duties devolv-

ing upon the administrative class ! ?*

and we have seen this occur among
our neighbours in Puerto Rico,
the U.S. Virgin Islands, Guade-
loupe and French Guiana. We
now have a University College
which will provide West Indians
in increasing numbers, fully
trained for all branches of the
Service and we have an ever in-
creasing measure of self-govern-
ment,

Play Our Part

This brings me back to my com-
mencement, As Civil Servants,
we have to play our part, not only
in the laying of the foundation
stone of this new nation with good
work and square work, but in
completing, adorning and main-
taining the structure.

We gratefully acknowledge our
indebtedness for the example and
tradition set by many generations
of metropolitan officers who have
given and are still giving faith-
ful service to these colonies. We
reaffirm our loyalty to the West
Indies in particular and to
the Britisn Commonwealth of
nations in general,

We pledge ourselves to main-
tain those traditions pure and
unsullied. Governments and par-
ties will rise and fall, time and
circumstance will, no doubt,
bring modification and change,
but the Civil»Service must go on
as long as we survive as a peo-

ple.
For 100 Years

Some of these colonigs have
been British for 100 years and
others like this, have been Brit-
ish for over 300 years. We have
all had time to absorb the two
vital principles that govern the
British Civil Service, namely,
the exclusion of politics from the
Service, as such, and absolute
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ADVOCATE

Mr. Sherlock, Dr. John Parry,
Professor of History and Dean of
the Faculty of Arts and Dr, Had-
don Bowen, Senior Lecturer in
Physics all of the University Col-
lege, are now making a tour of the
Caribbean, interviewing students
for the University College.

They arrived over the week end
by B.W.1I.A. and are staying at
the Ocean View Hotel.

Mr. Sherlock said that when
the University started two years
ago, they opened with the Faculty
of Medicine and started teaching
physics, botany, zoology and
chemistry. That year they took 32
undergraduates for work in those
subjects only.

Last year, they started work on
the faculty of Natural] Science with
34 undergraduates putting the
teaching schedule forward by one
year, in spite of the tremendous
shortage of science teachers.
| At the beginning of the academic
;year in October, they would start
teaching in the Faculty of Arts
which meant that they would be
admitting students who wished to
study for the B.A. or B.Sc.

Mr. Sherlock said that they
were not only planning for this
year, but six years ahead. They
were not only planning for teach-
ing appointments and accommoda-
tion of students, but they had to
think about the financial cqmmit-
ments and for the next few years,
their plans were going to be very
ull.



At the moment, they were look-
ing forward to the establishment
of the Department of Edugation
which will be prepared to do its
post graduate work,

They were now moving around
the Caribbean interviewing people
who wished to be admitted to the
University. So far they had inter-
viewed a fairly large number of
applicants in Jamaica, a small
number in St. Kitts and Antigua
and had already interviewed some

which impressed them was that
among the applicants already in-
terviewed, at least 50% were peo-
ple who would more than benefit
from university education. They
were people of good intellectual
capacity, but would not be able
to go to the University because
their families could not send them
and that brought up the question
of scholarships and exhibitions.
Mr. Sherlock said that the very
establishment of the University
College in their midst, meant the
multiplication of such scholar-
ships and exhibitions. Where one
Government had already given
one scholarship, it meant that they
would now have to givé three or
four and where another Govern-
ment had already given three, it
would mean that in future, three
times as many would have to be
given.

One of the most important
benefactors he said was the build~
ing up of funds to help people of
character, There were limited
amount of scholarships and exhi-
bitions now and there was keen
competition, but only a small num- |
ber was going to be successful.

Barbados had already set an
example in that there was a small |

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the administration of justice. Let
us in the strains of birth, growth
and adolescence, never lose sight
of these two beacons.

Later in the afternoon, the
Conference met at Harrison Gol-
lege. There the minutes of the
previous meeting held in British
Guiana and the _ Secretary’s
report of what happened between
this conference and The last were
esented,

Two committees were also
appointed for meeting today at
10 a.m. One of them will discuss
the Holmes Report and make
recommendations to the Confer- |
ence re the report. |

The second committee will
prepare a reply to the message |
sent by the Secretary of States
for the Colonies which was read
by the Governor yesterday” and
make recommendations on other
resolutions which have been
referred.

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on Wednesday.







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GIFTS WANTED FOR
WU. VARSITY COLLEGE

PEOPLE should be encouraged to make gifts to the!
University College of the West Indies for the establishment |
of a welfare fund for such undergraduates as from time to
time may fall into financial difficulties, Mr. Philip Sherlock, |
Vice-Principal of the University College told members of
the Press at the British Council yesterday afternoon.

welfare fund started for Barbadian
students at the University College
who might fall into financiai
difficulty,

Mr. Sherlock said that at pres-

ent there were 79 students at the

University, 50 of whom were
doing Medicine while the
mainder were taking

Science. This year, they proposed
to take in about 50.



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Dismissed

Their Honours of the Assistant
Court of appeal Mr. G. L. Taylor
and J. W. B. Chenery yesterday
reversed a decision of His Worship
Mr. H. A. Talma, Police Magis~
trate of District “A”. Mr. Talma
had imposed a fine of 30/-and 2/-
costs on Doreen Small of Peter-
kins Land, Roebuck Street. He
had found her guilty of having
wounded Prince Smith on_ his
head with stones on October 16,
1949. Their Honours dismissed the
case,

Smith and Small used to live at
the same home, but Small left.

re-'Smith said that just as he came
Naiurai|Out of his home, Carrington Vil-



| coming
Asked about the Hospital at the | bucket on her head.

lage, on October 16, he saw Small
along the road with a
He took the

University he said that they had bucket off her head, remarking
started work on the building ana{that she had taken away every-

it should be ready by 1952. While
on the subect of buildings he said

thing from the home. Small went
for three stones and struck him

that the hall of residence for the |O®_his head.

accommodation of 162
was nearing completion and
should be ready sometime in Oc-
tober this year.

Five Subjects

Professor Parry said that as far
as the arrangements in his own
faculty were concerned, they
were concentrating on the sylla-
bus of the London University
modified for West Indian needs by
agreement with London.

This year they were forward-
ing five subjects for the general
degree in Arts out of which three
could be chosen. They were start-
ing with Latin, French, English,
History and Spanish and in the
course of the next five years, they
should increase the number of
subjects from which three could
be chosen.

He said that they proposed to
encourage Spanish, one of the first
five and they were hoping to re-
commend more Latin American
books among the Spanish books
set for studies.

With regard to History, he said
that the London University had
already agreed to their proposals
for the course and they hoped to
encourage Caribbean History in
the schools.

Their programme was likely to
keep them going on for perhaps
three years and they proposed to
introduce more subjects as money
became available for staffing
commodation .

Up To Date

ac-
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Dr
with what the previous speakers

had said and stated that the stu-|!

dents were housed in temporary
laboratories. With regard to
equipment he said that it was
quite up-to-date, Except for the
bigger and richer British Univer-
sities, their equipment was, in
some respects, better than that of
some of the British Universities

He said that there was no plan
to establish an engineering faculty
which would cost about a quarter

million pounds. The number of
undergraduates for that faculty

would be limited, but it would be
worthwhile to attempt to find the
money for that connection as it
could be developing their talents,

They were however, attempting
to encourage people who wanted
to go in for engineering and the
study of physics, mathematics or
applied mathematics, so that after
leaving the University College,
they could go to Canada or Ameri-
ca and spend two years to com-
plete their engineering training

Car And Lorry
Collide

THE right front fender of the
car M.370 was slightly damaged
when it became involved in a
collision with the motor lorry
54 on Black Rock Road yes-
terday morning about 11.30
o'clock.

At the fime of the occurrence
M.370, the property of the Esso-



Li,

lube Oil Co. was being driven
by D. Thorne of Station Hill,
while the lorry was driven by

its owner, L. Boyce of Cave Hill,
St. Lucy.



“Rufina” Brings
Petrol

Three hundred and thirty six
thousand gallons of motor gaso-

the S.S. “Rufina” which called
from Trinidad. 176,400 gallons of
kerosene oil were also part of the
cargo. The “Rufina” is discharg-
ing this oil at the Shell Co. off
Brighton.



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Small denied that she had
struck Smith. She said that Smith
took the bucket from her and
then beat her.

Were They Flying
Saucers?

A resident near Brittons Cross
Roads, claims that he saw three
objects in the sky on Sunday
night between 9.40 and 10 o'clock,
which could be Flying Saucers
About the size of big stars, they
were all visible at the same time
One was in the West, one in the
Northwest and the other in the
Southwest. His young son noticed



them first and drew his attention |

to them.

A peculiar feature about them
was that they changed from red
to blue and then from blue
red before they disappeared. |

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Arrives
Several crates of fresh fruit |
were landed by the schooner |

“Gardenia W” which called from}
St. Vincent over the week-end. |
Other cargo brought was i190
boards, a quantity of gas, disin-
fectant and Trochus oil.

From St. Lucia the ‘Lady Joy” |
brought 200 bags of charcoal, }

, |
fresh fruit, plantains, cocoanuts, |

Bowen expressed agreement | firewood and drums of oil.

The schooner “Hazel Scott’’}
discharged 280 bags of copra
from St. Lucia. The “Gardenia}
|W” and “Hazell Scott” are con-|
Isigned to the Schooners’ Pool}
while Mr. D. L. Johnson is



agent for the “Lady Joy”

Milk Thief Bonded -

FITZGERALD HARDING of |



Passage Road was placed on =®|
bond fer 3 months yesterday]
when he was found guilty of |

larceny of a case of Red Cow}
Milk valued at £2. 6s. the prop- |
erty of Messrs. J. O. Tudor &|
Co. on April 15. |

Harding had been employed by
the firm for 13 years, and was|
discovered putting the milk in|
a cart.



Assaulted Policeman |

WILFRED GREAVES a baker}
of no fixed address was fined by |

Acting Magistrate D. D. Morris}
12/6 in 14 days or 14 days’|
imprisonment yesterday for |
assaulting P.C 348 =Prescod|
while in the execution of his!
duty

The offence was committed on}
April 15 |



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Livingston Griffith (sore) et Griffith THO mdersigned will offer for Sale} Applications abana’ be eat with: fall
- Roechford, daughters), Mrs. ASH' —, On-Sea, Maxwell, Christ at their Offices, No: 17, High Street,| details of qualification and experience,
Seah (daughter-in-law), uch, Fully Wusiahed ind one Aan aetoum, i Friday the 2st day of|to the Headmaster not later than 22nd
‘Ivan . wing , a -™m.
Daisy Griffith, Muriel Sar ae rooms, Verandahs overlooking the sea A fully paid he Policy in the Barba- ape W. H ANTR US,
Cynthia, Gordon Bir 18,4.50. | SMa all modern conveniences. Dial 3607 | dos Mutual Lite Assurance Sotiepe " See, to Gov. Body,
). or 2871. 15.4,50—5n, | the life of A.P, aged 71 years:— Ch. Ch. Boys’ Foundation School.
Sy. PPONOME ashok tanta dsc ’ $ 9,000.00 9.4.50—Tn.
S peg to return thanks Whe went. us | BUNGALOW at Navy Gardens. Stone Bonus to 194 ives. OES ne
denis and sympakhisers new! ree Bedrooms esent Surender Value |. 11,197.00
rf eel and wrenthe ag oe running water, All modern conveniences. is
m rece! orage, frui trees, wns. Archie 'OTTLE, CATFORI, & CO
Benet, caused by, the death of | Clarke,” Phone 4590" 8 to 4 Dain, 16.4.50-3n. | MISCELLANEOUS
EMANU 7 .4.50—6n ee ene
ene. Miriam Jordan seaman: “CREST HAVEN’ Lo nO ne | HEOUSE—Two Roof Bard and Shingled| WAGON WHEELS—with axle, with or
Beuoseph, Rdmund, Ashton, ear ‘| . “REST HAVEN” — Brighton Beach. | House 14 x 8, 16 x 8%, Shed 16 x 6%,| without tyres. Apply Manager, Black-
a YGons) « 18.4.50—In. | Small House, all conveniences, near Kitchen 8 x 6, Painted’ inside and out. | man’s Plantation, St. Joseph.
- pear and bus, ew land rent. In- Fat creased at Merricks, St. Philip. For 12,.4.50—6n.
spection on pmnemises at any time or] further particular Apply t Soh —_ -—____ oncveenale
IN MEMORIAM Phone Owner at 3188. 18.4.50—3n | Drepaul on premi 15.450-an,| OLD GOLD AND SILVER—Highest
i ry prices paid for old gold and silver jewel-
loving memory of my dear beloved) “Write HALL FLAT—No, 3 Codring- AT the office of the undersigned on |lery and scraps. Y, De Lima & Co., Ltd.,
Ih 4 LA SAMUEL ROACH, | ton Hin), From June. lst, Fully furnished Friday the 2lst instant at 2 p.m, at} 20 Broad Street. 15.4.50—6n.
‘asleep on April 18th 1949 2 Bedrooms. Apply Mrs, Lynch, White | Public competition:—
BP, precious one from us is gone Hall Flat No. 1. Telephone 3427. 61 shares in the WEST INDIA BISCUIT WANTED TO RENT
voice we loved is stilled 16.4.50—5n co. LIMITED, HOUSE—Near Sea for six months or
heart your memory lingers, 97 shares in the BARBADOS FIRE IN- | more Phone 3507 after 6 o'clock. Mrs
our eind and true SURANCE CO IN | Wt ” 16.4, 50—2
Tenderly, th . U0; hite, 4.5 n.
t a day that passe’ ’ 43 shares in the WESTSIND:
shod oe son't remember you." _PUBLIC SALES Y LTD NDIA RUM
Roach (wife), Marian Roach 500 shares in the BARBADOS SHIP-
ry Chaes Samcl oach, son 24PING & TRADING C0 UitD. PERSONAL

AUCTION



of our dear beloved



loving By instruction from Miss Lilian Brown 14.4, 50—6n.
C et was taken x will sell by auction at her yard at head
April of Chelsea Road on Tuesday the 18th of Se ee eens
sniamight stars. are shining April at two o'clock one newly built] WE will set up for sale at public
n on a lonely grave 18 x 10 house. And on Thursday the| Competition at our Office No: 17, High
one we love so dearly 20th at two o’clock-on the spot at Bay Street, Bridgetown, on Friday the 28th
ut yet we.could not save Street obliquely opposite the Aquatic} C4Y of April 1950 at 2 p.m.
me may see us smiling Club Gap a chattel building called Mer- A Dwelling house (formerly the
‘think we do not weep ton. It consists of gallery, drawing and Manager's House of Goodland Planta-
many a silent tear is shed dining rooms, two bedrooms, kitchen,| tion) in the Parish uf Saint Michael,
n others are asleep 50 toilet. and palings. Both houses to be| With the land on which it stands con-
The Grant family 18-4.50. | removed and must be sold, taining by admeasurement 1 Acre, 3
Terms Cash. Roods, 4% Perches or thereabouts
’ ra a D’ARCY A, SCOTT, Inspection any day between 10 a.m
Auctioneer. and 12 o'clock noon.
FOR SALE 15.4.50—4n,| For further particulars and Condi-
‘ tions of Sale, apply to the undersigned :— |
D'Arcy A. Scott of Magazine Lane COTTLE, CATFORD & CO
offers the following properties at St 16.4.50—10n
NO VE George (1) One property consists of 10
acres of land and a two sturey house
198 (June) Fordson..10 cwt. | Which is in perfect order Se enna are ane

At St. James one (1) property consists
of around 30 acres of land and a two
storey Stone house which has a lovely
view of the sea.

At Christ Church one (1) property con-

mileage under 9,000, owner
obs soa eeadtines, for viewing.
$900.00 or naarest offer,” Apply:
A. Beard’s Auction rooms, Hard-
Alley, 8 a.m. to 12 noon daily.

.4,50—3n. sisting of.9 arable acres of land and a
am two storey Wall house, :
5 ‘CLE—101 .S.A. Motor At’St. Joseph one (1) property consist- t
"3 Re (M-610) ¥ on con- | ing of 20 acres of land and a stone wall| ,
phi ‘to R. Cox, Harts. Gap|-house, with govt. water and electric light. | 1
ee, : * 18.4.50—2n., D'ARCY A. SCOTT. |! +

15.4.50—4n. |

UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER

THE FURNITURE ETC.



Standard 8 H.P. “(X-771) with
it Radio. Apply: Milas Room .
mtations Building. ‘elephone

18.4. 50—3n .



‘R-One Austin 10 H.P. Saloon 1946
@l in really good order. Cole & Co.





BARBADOS,

in or affecting the prope

shares in the B’DOS ICE co., LTD.
CARRINGTON & SEALY.

IN THE COURT
IN PURSUANCE of the

9ersons having or claiming

Chancery

o bring before me an
ouchers to be examined by
2 noon and 3 o'vlock in the
3ridgetown vefore the 2nd day

of June

reported on and ranked according to the nature
otherwise such persons will be precluded fro
deprived of all claims on or against the

PLAINTIFF :
DEFENDANT’







The public are hereby warned against
Siving credit to my wife LENORA
MAYERS (nee Grecia) as I do not hold
myself responsible for her or anyone else

contacting any debt ar debts in my
name unless by a written order signed
by me.
GERALD MAYERS
Cattle Wash.
St. Joseph
16.4.50—2n







IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE



OFFICIAL NOTICE

OF CHANCERY

Act, 1906, I do hereby give notice» to all
any estate, right or interest or any lien or incumbrance
erty hereinafter mentioned (the property of the Defendants)
account of their vlaims with their

witnesses, documents and

Office, Public Buildings,
that such claims may be
and priority thereof respectively
n the benefits of any decree and be

1950 in order

said property
CYRIL BRUCE BROOKS
THELMA NORMA AGATHA GIBBONS

and

€ house called or known as

together with the land wheron the same stands and thereto
situate at Wellington Street in’tae City of Bridgetown and

admeasurement 1789 square feet

or less Butting and bound.ng on the West on lands

and on lands of a place called
Norma Agatha Gibbons
said place called ‘Bedford

Wellington Street aforesaid, or however

butt and bound together with all other buildings

and being with the appur-

18.4.50—4n., — at — WINSTON THOMAS JAMES
: CANEFIELD HOUSE F RTY AI
hall 14- a work- By instruction received from Mrs °-ROPERTY ALL THAT certain messuage or dwellir
S vac are it Lower | John Rrayton (formerly Mrs. Embericos “ARGYLE”
Street. Phone 4045 : we will sell by auction on the 2nd, 3rd belonging
D . 18.4.50—3n. | and 4th May the furniture and household Island of Barbados containing by
effects of Canefield House, St. Thomas. be she same are
to Further particulars will follow. of the said Winston Thomas James
Sateanied, aa ae Pha BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO., Betton Cot” the property of the said Thelma
: on the North and East on other lands of the
BE, 0, Layne Garage, a Auctioneer, Cot’ and on the South on
4.50—6n. 18.4,.50—In else the same may
Spee verre ee on the said land erected and built standing
N—New ee locwh. VaR. Sag REAL ESTATE | tenances, belonging to the defendants,
. Immediate ed
AL GARAGE LTD. OMNES Uitentinites eee Bill filed Ist March 1950,
15.4.50—4n. “THE BERWICK" — Situate in Two Dated 29th March, 1950.
AUP Gedan-in- at} Mile. Hill, St. Michael, standing on

One Morris 8 H.P. Sedan in Al

17,069 square feet of land. The house

mucal condition. 1, Alleyne, Fort | contains drawing and dining rooms, two
pa Ltd. 9.4.50.—Tn. » pantry, kitchen and usual out

offices. Water and Electric light. Ser
R—M.G. Sports Model, in good | yants’ room in the yard.

ung order, new tyres and .top. No Inspection on application on the premi-



ble offer ref Apply Jef-| ses to Mr. Weekes the tenant.
Kirton. Phone 2425. The above will be set up for sale at |
7 16.4.50—6n. | Public Competition at our office in Laicas |
- - Street, Bridgetown, on Friday the 2st =
UCK—One Federal truck, with Plat~- April 1950 at 2 p.m ¢

OFFICIAL

BARBADOS
IN PURSUANCE of the Chancery Act,
persons having or claiming any estate,

n or affecting the property hereinafter
0 bring before me an account of their



led, Fairly Good Tyres. CARRINGTON & SEALY | vouchers to be examined by me on ar
May Sist 1950. H. Jason Solicitors.| 12 noon and 3 o'clock in the
. ” P Bridgetown before the Sist day of May

# & Co., Ltd. 15.4.50—6n

12.4.50—8n.

“STAUNTON”: and land thereto con-
taining approximately 15,678 square feet,
6th Avenue, Belleville.

The dwelling house which is a sub-
stantially erected stonewall building in
perfect condition comprises:—

DOWNSTAIRS. Spacious cool veran= |
dahs on two sides, large drawing and |
dining rooms, Buttery, larder room, |
pantry, kitchen and servants’ room a}

and;
|



ICAL

RIC =MIXERS—There is still
for you to own a DORMEYER
T MIXER at pre-devaluation
See them TO-DAY at G. W

MEINSON & CO. LTD, Broad St.
16.4,50—3n..

STOCK



UPSTAIRS, 5 bedrooms, toilet
bath room.

There is a small lawn to the east of
the house, as well as spacious back yard



PROPERTY :

reported on and ranked according to the nature
otherwise such persons will be preelude
deprived of all claims on or

against the
PLAINTIFF :
DEFENDANT :

ALL THAT certain piece
lands of Ventnor

thirty two and one
quarter perches of a
is now a public road)



Plantation)
Christ Church in this Island containing by admeasurement One acre }|
quarter
road which

H, WILLIAMS,
Registrar-in-Chancery.

4.4.50—4n,
NOTICE

IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY.
1906, I do hereby give notice to all





right or interest or any lien or incumbrance
mentioned (the property of the Defendant)
claims with their witnesses, documents and
y Tuesday or Friday between the hours of
afternoon at the Registration Office, Public

Buildings,
order that such claims may be
and priority thereof respectively,

1950 in

d from the benefits of any decree and be

said property.

CYRIL BRUCE BROOKS
CHLOE CLAUDINE ROBINSON

or parcel of land (formerly
situate at Ventnor in

part of the
the parish of
perches

(inclusive of

was formerly a

two and one

lands of Clapham Plantation towards the East on lands now or late





. of James Weeks towards the West on lands formerly of W. T. and
P (1) Thoroughbred. Filly by with lime and fruit trees planted F. D. ‘Barnes but now of Gordon Nicholls, J. E, rson, and Mrs
S heowd race in August. Her Dam | “Vann: Large garage and washroom. D. I. Bynoe and on lands of the said W. T. and F. D, Barnes and
N Bacaquomec. Apply G. L. Electric light, water and gas are in- on the South on the public road or however else the same may
» Norwood, St. James. stalled throughout. Inspection by ap- butt and bound beionging to the defendant.
18.4.50—3n. | Hointment with Mrs, Waite, tha owner,
Telephone 2553. oyst| Bill filed 1st March, 1950, H. WILLIAMS,
CELLANEOUS By public auction on Friday the st! Hated 29th March, 1950 Registrar-in-Chancery
April 1950. at 2 p.m. Res tie aie ry es 21.3,50—4n
gned from whom further parti-
Medes, OVE, PARTS — Flame vale ond conditions of sale may be ob-

., Wick, Wick-Carriers, Flame
es. Generators, and other
Dig auite Auto Tyre Co., Trafalgar
2606. 5.4.80—t.f.n.

A °
. _— R. S. NICHOLLS & CO: |
151 & 152 Roebuck Street
Phone 3925



—8n-e.d
ALY, D PPE, HERE!—Half-)act eae
Ralvan pipe. 26c, to $1.0" FLLI HOUSE & BUSINFS*
foot. A. BARNES & CO., LTD PREUR Conieining approximately
25.3.50—t.f.n | 4 gag square feet, No. 69 Roebuck
Street

R'S FRIGEMINTS — A tasty

min A substantially erected stonewal
Agent at all drug” stores.
Agency Co. ue

building in good condition comprises:-





DOWNSTAIRS. Spacious store and
16.4,50—6n. | store rooms, entrance to, garage. Front-
NN age: 42'—10". Washing tanks, and many
fh yo 'S—Finest English Crock-| other facilities, concreted throughout
mp wcral designs. Also TEA,| UPSTAIRS. 4 bedrooms, large dra
. and, BREAKFAST SETS and|/ing and dining rooms, toilet and batb
feces. G. W. HUTCH-| room. Front verandah.
& CO. LTD., Broad st. m
16.4, 50—3n. Electric light, power and water are
vi installed throughout. Inspection by

ointment. Phone 2297. .
“Ohne above will be set up to public
competition at the office of the under-
signed on Friday the 28th., April 1960
at 2 p.m. For ee reper and

nditions of sale apply
rm HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD

Solicitegs.
James Street
18.4, 50—6n



We will

set up for sale at public com-
ow



ition at © Office No: 17, High St.
ne wn, on Friday the 28th day of
Apr. le .m.:—
PAaNTT SLIPS, All ‘that 'thiee-storied messuage oF
WY Dass VAN * dwelling house known as The Brick
SHOPPE. Broad St. Ho and the land thereto belonging,
16.4.50—3n. | containing by admeasurement 3,024
CASes_ «> square feet om thereabouts situate, at
aad ees oe Suitcases with | Spry St, 7
2 i9 Telnforced Price Inspection any except Sundays,
im. & Ww. SON | on auppcetied Si Ob pieitbee.
16,4. 50—3n. further particulars, and Condi-

tions of Sale, apply to the undersigned:
COTTLE,





CATFORD, & al

au 16.4.50—-
OR LICENSE NOTICE TER incr
4 VIEW" — ley. (Adjoin
By eee ey Gynthia Newton, | ing WATERS) “on the land. sid:
Be License “Nor ike’, MOlMeE | ofthe road facing the Bay with 13,40
A ©. 1006 of 1980, square feet of land including the lan
Ad floor of th in respect | across the road running to the water's
Roebuck St aeerey wall build edge. The house contains verandah.
MB to ise aa City. for per- drawing and dining rooms, three bed-
Hou ae ere: (28¢, ** | rooms with running water, and all othe
pieet: City. | offices including kitchen with cupboards

bs, .
Boks sf April 1950. | Water, Electricity, Ges and Radic
rs Dist installed. Garage and Servants rooms

Eistrate, Dist, “av:



NEWTON in yard.
. gy Inspection any day—Phone 8365. Mr
at ay *PPlication will be con-| Bellamy. { to public
4 Licen Court ¢ The above will be set up public
et. District a held | competition at the office, of toe ie
Pa - ten | Signed on Friday, the 2ist of Apr
Veloce, = day of April ‘195 at 2 p.m.
2 > D, 4 j 7
Poly Z MORRIS IGTON & SEALY
Sj, * Magistrate Dist. “A | CARRINGTO Lures Street. |
|
1 31.3.50—13n. i

INEW GENUINE |

DRY



| Notice: —Bread



GOVERNMENT NOTICES



Attention is drawn to
(Amendment) Order 1950 which

2. Under this order the

COLUMN ONE
ARTICLE
Shingles:
Red Cedar
No. 1 Grade

Red Cedar
No. 2 Grade



the Control of Lumber Prices (Defence)

will be published in the Official

Gazette of Monday, 17th April, 1950.
maximum
“SHINGLES—RED CEDAR NO. 1 AND 2 GRADES” are as follows: —

retail selling prices

COLUMN TWO
Ordinary Retail Price
(not more than)

$25.45 per 5 bundles
containing 1,000

$21.15 per 5 bundles
containing 1,000



|
Attention is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence) (Amend- |
ment) Order, 1950, No. 15 which will be published in the Official |

Gazette of Monday, 17th April, 1950.

2.,
“Bread—plain” are as follows: —

ARTICLE

Bags—used (excluding
second-hand bags)
(a) Sugar—unwashed

—washed and darned.

(b) Rice—unwashed
—washed and darned
(c) Oilmeal
(d) White Cotton
Bread—Plain

—plain

to 2 ozs. for ;



CROWN



imported

Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling
prices of “Bags—used (excluding imported second-hand bags)” and |

| WHOLESALE
PRICE
(not more than)





|
|
|
|

22c.
j _ 30c.
20c.
28e.

each
each
each
each
8c. each
20c. each
ozs, for 2c.

_— 9

<

private road but |
Butting and bounding towards the North on

|
|
|

me on any Tuesday or Friday between the hours of }
afternoon at the Registration



LOST & FOUND





a



LOST

WATCH—10th April
Crane Beach. One 15 Jewel Gents Wris
Watch. Swiss’ madé. Avia. Pinder wil
be rewarded on returning to ADVOCAI
co. 15.4.50-—1n

QUEEN'S COLLEGE

Monday, On the









1950

1. The Entrance Examinations
Queen's College will be held
November, 1950, for candidates w
will have attained the age of 9
years on 3ist July, 1951, and who
Wwul not be over 12 years of
3st July, 1951,

2 Candidates from this Examination
will be admitted as vacancies occur:

(i) in January, 1951
(ii) in September, 1951






age on

9.4.50.

PARISH OF ST. ANDREW
Appli¢ations
organist at St.

—5n

for the vacant post of
Saviours will be received
by the undersigned up to Saturday 15th
April. Further particulars may be had
on application to the Parochial Treasurer,

Signed C, A.. SKINNER,

Vestry Clerk,
st

4.4.50—5n,

ee E }

OFFICIAL NOTICE

BARBADOS

EN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF APPEAL |

(Equitable Jurisdiction)

EWAN DENNIS BLACKETT

United States of America,
herein by Attormey
HERODIAS BLACKETT

VENISHA SKEETE .
IN pursmance of an
Court in the above

of th
acting
ALTHE
Plaintiff
Defendan
Order in tt }
action made on

13th day of March 1950, I give









notice to!

all pevsons having any estate right or |
interest in or any lien or incur |
affecting all that cer tain piece or parcel |
of land (formerly part of th lands ot
The Whim Plantation) situate in the |
parish of Saint Peter and Island afore- |
said containing by admeasurement two |
roods or thereabouts abutting and bound-
ing on lands formerly of Joseph W > '
but now or late of the Datate of |
Ramsay deceased on lands now >|
|

of the Estate of Charles Welch dec
on lands of the Estate of Faw:
Harris deceased and on the public
or however else the same 1
bound to bring before me an acx
their said claims with their witne
documents and vouchers, to be exam
by me on any Tuesday, or Friday
tween the hours of 12 10K
o'clock in the afternoon,
of the Clerk of the Assist
Appeal at the Court House ridg
before the 3lst day of May 1950 |
that such claims r be ranked
ing to the nature and priority thereof |
respectively; otherwise such persons will |
be precluded from the benefit of the |
said Decree, and be deprived of all claim
on_or agminst the said property

Claimants are also
must attend the said Court
day the 31st day of May,
o'clock a.m. when their said cla
be ranked

Given under my
Mareh 1950





as



SUS, |










ay

notified that the
on Wednes |
1950 1

hand this 13th «

GILKES
sistant Cx

Va

Ag. Clerk of th





OFFICIAL SALE

BaRBADOS

TANT COURT OF APPEAL












uitable Jurisdiction) }
DENNIS BLACKETT tt
d States of America,
n by Att



HERODIAS BI
VENISHA SKE
NOTICE Js heveby
an Order of the

given
As

t Cour |

of
Appeal dated the 13th day of March 1950 |



there will be set up far sale to th





bidder at the Office of the ¢ rf
Assistant Court of Appeal at (
House, Bridgetown, between the

|
of 12 (noon) and 2 o'clock i f
noon on Friday the 2nd day of June 1950
All that certain piece or parcel of land
(formerly part of the lands of The Whim
Plantation) situate in the parish of Sa



Peter and- Island -aforesaid containing
by adr urement two roods or there-
abouts abutting and bounding on land
formerly of Joseph Walker but now or |
late of the Estate of Jacob Ramsa
deceased on lands now or late of the
Estate of Charles Welch deceased on

lands of the Estate of KRdward 1



deceased and on the pul
however else the same ma but |
bound and if



property will be set up for sale

ucceeding Friday between t

hours until the same is so
not less than £104. 3. 4

Dated this 13th day of
V. GILKES

Clerk of the Assistant )





Ag









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of |

ieaso—n,|| A.M. WEBB

| RETAIL Price |
(not more thar |

GINGER ALE



ee

been reduced from 2% ozs.

g to an increase in the price of flour. |
16.4

50—2n.





-
‘
DANCE
in aid of
ST. WINIFRED'S SCHOQL
BUILDING FUND
AT
Welbeck Pine
ON
SATURDAY 22nd APRIL,

Â¥ Admission
One Dollar S .per Included

Musie by Percy Green's Orchestra
Dancing from 8.30 p.m

44
PSO SOS SSS FOSS

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Stocks — Bonds — Shares
Both Local and Foreign
Bought and Sold

155 Roebuck St., Bridgetown
Dial 3188. -:- Hours : 9-3








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U.K.—CANADA--I

| Phone 4646



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ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS |
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Andrew, |



_ WEW
Firestone




| aah: TTL Ay

Ore:
les Macenearney & Co. Ltd.

Pyorrhea and

Trench Mouth

t then d the ra |




Stopped in24 Hou

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BSI
af hus wx ok ~
Bleeding guins, sore mouth, or loose teeth
mean that you are a victim of Pyorrhea or
Trench Mouth, or some bad disease that
will eventually cause you to lose all your
seth and have to wear false teeth before
time, Since the great World War
uth di ses have spread through-
world so that now scientists say
1 our out of every five people are suf-
fer ooner or later, Be warned in time
ind stop these diseg efore it is too late,
because they often cause not only the loss
of teeth, but also chronic rheumatism and
heart trouble

New Discovery
Saves Teeth

Amosan, the discovery of an American
scientist, fights these troubles in a new and
ay. It netrates right to the root











of th uble, stops gums from bleeding
he very first day, quickly takes the sore-

ut of your mouth, and soon tightens
he teeth, The following letter from Mr. W,
W. I hows the results that Amosan users

fered from Trench Mouth and



i rrnea ten years, My gums were sore
nd bleeding and I had lest four teeth,
hile eral other teeth were getting

the time. I tried many things and

of this new disoovery Amosan,
s after using Amosan my gums
ved bleeding. The soreness in my

th disappeared in three days and in
two weeks I found that my loose teeth were





vuch tighter and that I could eat the hard- |

est « a
Guaranteed
Amosan works so fast and so certain that
t jarant ! to stop your gums from
1 e mouth and tighten your
mplete satisfaction or
return of empty package.
hance on losing your teeth or
dangers from rheumatism
ible. Get Amosan from your
under this iron-clad guaran.

oe tee. You risk noth-
Amnosan

ing as the guaran.
For Pyorrhea—Trench Mouth

Pyon't ike ac
suffering the

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CLUB SECRETARYSBEIP
JACANT:

APPLICATIONS are invited for the
Secretaryship of the St Clair Club,
Port -of-Spair ‘inidad, which becomes
vacant ist July, 1950 Free
qQuarte for retired married
< With light id telephone
Writte ications should be rd

ICE PRESIDENT, St. ( lair Club,

1 Maraval Road

15.4.50-—6n



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BY
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AT

Wakefield

ON

Tuesday, April 18th
At 8.15 p.m.



Real Estate Agents—Auctioneers—Surveyors

‘DIXON & BLADON

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

Connections in



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Svdney May 12th, Brisbane May 19t
erriving at Trinidad June 15th.

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DA COSTA & CO. LTD

Agents Barbados.

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The M.V. “Caribbee” will ac-
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Dominica, Antigua, Monsterrat,
St. Kitts-Nevis sailing 2ist April.

The M.V. “Daerwood”’ will ac-
cept Cargo and Passengers for
St. St. Vincent, Grenada,
Aruba, date of sailing will be
given.

B.W.I, SCHOONER OWNERS’
ASSOCIATION (INC.)
Consignees,
TEL. 4041





sails Arr.

N.Y. B'dos
SS “BYFJORD” 7th April 17th April
PIPE ei ee cn Ks Conte cndteusten 28th April 8th May

| NEW ORLEANS SERVICE

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| SS “ALCOA POINTER” April 7th April 17th

Sailing every two weeks
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& Motorist friends are asked to note that the long looked for

shipment of :
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| in WHITE, GREY, BROWN at $1.75 per pair
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(Panamanian Flag)

a very limited number of .. .

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Chief Cooks

Second Cooks

Mess Room Boys

Ordinary Seamen
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IN MEMORIAM

beloved
In loving memory of my dear bel

fs April 18th 1949:
tel urone. fram us. is gone
‘voice we loved is stilled

our heart your memory lingers,

kind and true
not a day that passeth
you.”



18,4.50—1n

of our dear beloved
who was taken

18.4.50.



FOR SALE




VE

) 148 (June) Fordson.10 cwt.
Van mileage under 9,000, owner”
In good condition, for viewing.
00 or nearest offer.’ Apply:
A. Beard’s Auction rooms, ae
Alley, am, to 12 noon daily.
5 18.4.50—3n..

OR CYCLE—One B.S.A. Motor
































44 A.P. (M-610). In good con-
Apply to R. Cox, Harts. Gap
.T. Co. 18.4.50—2n’,

Standard 8 H.P. (X-771) with
it Radio. Apply: Milles Room
wntations }§ Building. lephone
18.4,50—8n.

One Austin 10 H.P. Saloon, Tow |
really d order. Co! ‘0.
™ = 18.4.40—4n.,

Vauxhall 14-6, good work-
. H,.P. Harris & Co., Lower
. Phone 4045.

18.4,50—3n,





One Ford V-8. 1939 model. Just
overhauled and peste. nee
0. Layne Garage, Tweedside
P e * 12.4.50—6n.

lew Morris 10-cwt. Van_ Just
ed. Immediate delivery. FORT

.G. Sports Model, in good
order, new tyres and top. No
offer refused. Apply Jef-
+ Phone 2425.

: 16.4, 50—6n

e Federal truck, with Plat-
led, Fairly Good Tyres,
h May 3ist 1950. H. Jason

& Co., Ltd.
12.4,50—8n.





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MIXERS—There is still
for you to own a DORMEYER
a at pre-devaluation
See them TO-DAY at G. W

ON & CO. LTD, Broad St.
D 16.4.50—3n










STOCK

(1) Thoroughbred. Filly by
Could race in August. Her Dam
quomec. Apply G. L.
+ Norwood, St. James.
18.4,.50—3n.







SLELLANEOUS
STOVE PARTS — Flame
Wick, Wick-Carriers, Flame
Galleries.’ Generators, and other
» rae Auto Tyre Co., Trafalgar
P a A.50—t.f.n.

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rat Pree, HERE!—Half-:act
vanised pipe. 26c. to $1.1"
A. BARNES & CO., LTD

R'S PRIGEMINTS — A tasty

nner ne at all drug” stores.

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16.4.50—6n .
BOER SETS—Finest Englien Crock
Oy im Trock-
pit several de s. Also TEA,
and B SETS and
y pieces. G. W. HUTCH-

& CO. LTD,, Broad St.
16.4.50—3n,

“7 BESS Hote Weddings or
it reasonaki; HATS and HAND.
SHOPPD. Broad St.

16.4,50—3n.

latest



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UQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

®DPlication of &
Cynthia Newton ano eee
: Vicense No, rd
re Ugusta Grifith in respect
i Rent of a 2-storey wall build-
to wk Street, City, for per-
use said Liquor Lihtiase at
this "igit r= Street, ‘City.

a of April 1950.
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; IA NEWTON,
4 for Applicants,

fed at A LaPPUcation will be con-

Cm Court to be held

b the Mth District “A” or
P lock, am TY Of April 195 |
Pol D. D. MORRIS |
Saat es Magistrate Dist A |
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Auctioneer.
15.4.50—4n |
———
D'Arcy A. Scott of Magazine Lane
offers the following properties at St
George (1) One property consists of 10

of around
storey Stone house which has a lovely
view of the sea.

sisting of.9 arable acres of land and a
two storey Wall house,

ing of 20 acres of land and a stone wall
house, with govt. water and electric light



John Rrayton (formerly Mrs. Embericos
we will sell by auction on the 2nd, 3rd
and 4th May the fumiture and household
effects of Canefield House, St



REAL ESTATE

GARAGE LTD, Telephone se
15.4.50—4n. | TE BERWICK” — Situate in Two
auP Gadann- at-+ Mile. Hill, St. Michael, standing on
Morris 8 H.P. Sedan in AT) 17069 square feet of land, ‘The -house
et L, ae wore contains drawing and dining rooms, two
td. .4.50.—Tn,

bedrooms, pantry, kitchen and usual out
offices,
vants’ room in the yard.

ses to Mr,

Public Competition at our office in Lucas
Street, Bridgetown, on Friday the 21st
April 1950 at 2 p.m. |

stantially erected stonewall building in|
perfect condition comprises:—

dahs on two sides,

dining rooms,

pantry, kitchen and servants’ room.
UPST.

bath room.

the house, as well as spacious back yard |
with lime and fruit trees planted

stalled throughout. ,
pointment with Mrs, Waite, thy owner,
Telephone 2553.

April 1950. at 2 p.m. at the office of the
undersigned from whom further parti-
culars and conditions of sale may be ob-
tained,



50. SES. Containing approximately
besa am’ square feet. ‘No. 69 Roebuck
Street

building in good condition comprises

installed throughout.





of the
square feet land including the lan
across the sane running to the water's
edge. .
drawing and dining rooms, three bed-

competition at the office of the under



NEW GENUINE

APRIL 18, 1950





FOR RENT

| HOUSES
REST COT—or









a | writing with references to The yp
Ist. Dial 3065 50. ~hels Gara Lad., alga r
Sno — bi MUTUAL eee a inert 18.4. 50—1n ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS
NEFIT SOCIETY ;
FOR RENT. ‘pst —_—
Premises No. 0 Sent Apri Ponts NOT VACANCIES Exist for Energetic men 1950
for or similar type of b mt q ICE to work as Insurance Canvassers with 1. The Entrance Exaniinations for
Contact immediately on vos I$ HEREBY r) United Investors Co., Ltd. Queen's College will be held ir
Swan Street. 31.3.50— 7 , Annual Ge. GIVEN that the 43rd | Apply by letter and in person on} November, 1950, for candidates who
pais | Roctaty will be me [er above | Wednesday, 19th. April to United ae | will have attained the age of 9
BUNGALO Flat, y on Monday 24th! vestors Co., Ltd. Marhill Street. years on 3ist July, 1951, and who
xoad, Pe Ate Fiat, facing sea mair | eal 1000, at 4.30 p.m., at the Reg- Tr 16.4.50—Gn will not be over 12 years of age on
All comforts, English eee ae tree pase Oi Bean: Strents, toe the | ili talk tii Socios Se Eee | Sist July, 1951,
showers, telephones, verand hes ne the ninth Receiving the Report of VACANCIES Exist for office Assistance 2 Candidates from this Examination
phone 2949. 31 eee Treasurer’ a of Management, and in the Insurance Dept. of United In- will be admitted as vacancies occur!
- ease (b) Electir unt for the past year,| vestors Co., Ltd. | (i) in January, 1951
OFFICE—One Office over Sanitary/| ot ' anlage a a Committee Apply by letter and in person on | (i) In September, 195
Depot, Marhill Street y 5 e current year |Thursday the 20th April. 9.4.50.—5n,
‘Sony Laundry co es . Apply i fe) Dealing with any other matters cee See ee oe 16.4.50—3n PARISH OF ST. ANDREW -
. if ae : pied the Meeting i fieeninaiathsead Applications for the vacant post of
-3.50—t.f.n Y order of the Comunittee, BUTLER—For small Hotel, Experienced oe be Saviours will be received
USE LET—From —~quick—capable head butler. Must be} by the undersigned up to Saturday 15th
supe, 30th. Lame fully Sunatities he os E. W. ALLEYNE, pionsantly Epoket, willing, and capable/ April. Further particulars may be had
St. James. coast, cool position. Ex. ieee 16.4. 50—2n, Secretary. of supervising work of under butlers. | on application to the Parochial Treasurer,
bathing. $75 monthly Ring Don: saat - 7 seit Apply in first instance by letter to:E.F.W, Signed C. A,. SKINNER,
rer 13.4 07a: ——————————- | C/o The Advocate. 12.4.50—6n, Vestry oa
adh ; St. Andrew.
eid s ~ rnin ania eaaaan nrist y .
HEATHFIELD—On the Crane C Publie Sales-— An Assistant Master for the Chris 450—5n.
for the months of May, June, & ied SS —Contd _ Church Boys’ Foundation School, from

Apply Mrs. A, D.

Herbert, C. ‘
Christ Church, Pe

Phone 8385.
14.4. 50—3n.

ASHTON — On-Sea, Maxwell, Christ
Church, Fully Furnished. Containing
Four Bedrooms, Drawing and Dining
rooms, Verandahs overlooking the sen
and all modern conveniences. Dial 3607
or 2871 15.4,50—5n .

—<—<——

“REST HAVEN” — Brighton Beach.
Small House, all conveniences, near
beach and bus. Low land rent. In-
spection on premises at any time or
Phone Owner at 3188. 18.4.50—In

ton Hill. From June lst, Fully furnished

2% Bedrooms. Apply Mrs, Lynch, White

Hall Flat No. 1. Telephone 3427.
16.4.50—in

_PUBLIC SALES
AUCTION

By instruction from Miss Lilian Brown
I will sell by auction at her yard at head
of Chelsea Road on Tuesday the 18th of
April at two o'clock one newly built
18 x 10 house. And on Thursday the
20th at two o'clock on the spot at Bay
Street obliquely opposite the Aquatic
Club Gap a chattel building called Mer-
ton. It consists of gallery, drawing and
dining rooms, two bedrooms, kitchen,
toilet. and palings. Both houses to be
removed anc must be sold.

Terms Cash,











D'ARCY A, SCOTT,

acres of land and a two sturey house
which is in perfect order.

At St. James one (1) property consists
30 acres of land and a two

At Christ Church one (1) property con-
At'St. Joseph one (1) property consist-

A. scort.. |
15.4.50—4n, |

UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER

THE FURNITURE
at

CANEFIELD
instruction

D’ARCY

ETC.

HOUSE
received from Mrs

By

Thomas.
Further particulars will follow.

BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO.,

Auctioneer.
18.4..50—1n

Water and Electric light. Ser
Inspection on application on the premi-
Weekes the tenant.

The above will be set up for sale at

CARRINGTON & SEALY
Solicitors.
15.4.50-—6n ;



“STAUNTON”: and land thereto con-

The dwelling house which is a sub-j

DOWNSTAIRS. Spacious coo] veran-
large drawing and
Buttery, larder room, |
‘AIRS. and |

5 bedrooms, toilet

There is a small lawn to the east of
YARD. Large garage and washroom

Electric iight, water and gas are
Inspection by

in-
ap-

By public auction on Friday the ‘st

R. 8. yenpiee & a gt]
1 uck Stree’

ate Se Phone 3925

13.4,50—8n-e.d

DWELLING HOUSE & BUSIN-<*

A ‘substantially erected stonewal

ee

LASSIFIED ADS.
Banoo!

Sea, Welches, Max- |
well. 2 Bedrooms furnished. From May

| persons

tai = imately 15,678 square feet | deprived of all claims on or

6th Avenue, Belleville. |



DOWNSTAIRS. Spacious store and

store rooms, entrance to, garage. Front-
age; 42'--10".
other facilities, concreted throughout

Washing tanks, and many

UPSTAIRS. 4 bedrooms, large draw-

ing and dining rooms, toilet and bath
room, Front verandah.

and water are
Inspection by

t. Phone 2297. ‘
The above will be set up to public

Electric light, power

col tition at the office of the under-
cipaed on Friday the 28th., April
at 2 p.m. For ‘further part@ulars and

1960



James Street
18.4.50—6n

sale at public com-

for
We will set up 1h High St.

messuage or
as The Brick
land thereto belonging,
admeasurement 3,024
thereabouts

situate, at



a VIEW"—Rockley. (fAdioin
TERS), on the land sid:
ing. lag poe the Bay with 13,40

‘The house contains verandah,
ms with running water, and al! other
oft kitehen cupboard:



wi! =
Water, ec » Ges and Radio
installed. Garage and Servants rooms
in yard

Inspection any day—Phone 8365. Mr

Bellamy.
The above vill be set up to public



signed on Fridsy, the 2ist of April, 1950

at 2 p.m. |
|

RRINGTON & SEALY, |
GA er Lucas Street |

DRY

31.3.50—13n.



ES steerer.

PUBLIC NOTICES | WANTED
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General Form Subjects.

REAL ESTATE
Le

The undersigned will qualification and experience.

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the Ist May 1950, to teach Spanish and

Salary on approved Scale according to

offer for Sale Applications should be sent with full
* ia Offices, No: 17, High Street, | details of qualification and experience,
Aoetieisee a Friday the 2ist day of|to the Headmaster rot later than 22nd
SO, a P.m. April.
A fully paid up Policy in the Barba- , W.H ANTRS3US,
ne Mutual Life Assurance Society, on Sec. to Gov. Body,
the life of A.P. aged 71 years:— Ch. Gh. Boys’ Foundation School.
Polloy” 0.0.50. tesitarteces | @ RRNEEE 9.4.50—Tn,
Bonus to 1945 6,896 00
Present Sumender Value 11,197 00 | eee
COTTLE, CATFORT, & CO
16.4.50—5n. | MISCELLANEOUS



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Roof B-ard and Shingled







HOUSE—Tw:

House 14 x 8, 16 x 8%, Shed 16 x 6%, | without tyres. Apply Manager, Black-
Kitchen 8 x 6, Painted inside and out-| man’s Plantation, St. Joseph.
side situated at Merricks, St. Philip. For 12.4.50—6n.
further particulars. PIG 0 eee 8 Gir cece ec





Drepaul on premises, 15.4.50—2n



AT the office of the undersigned on

OLD GOLD AND _ SILVER—Highest
prices paid for old gold and silver jewel-

lery and scraps. Y. De Lima & Co., Ltd.,
Friday the 2ist instant at 2 p.m. at] 20 Broad Street. 15,4.50—6n.

Public competition:
61 shares in the WEST INDIA BISCUIT



WANTED TO RENT









co, LIM ; HOUSE—Near Sea for six months or
97 shares in the BARBADOS FIRE IN-| more. Phone 3507 after 6 o'clock. Mrs
SURANCE co; White. 16.4,50—2n.
43 shares in the WESTXINDIA RUM
500 an, Y LTD.
ares in the BARBADOS SHIP-
PING & TRADING CO. ;
24 shares in the BDOS Ghee LTD PERSONAL
CARRINGTON & SEALY.
14.4, 50—6n =
LL The public are hereby warned against
WE will set up for sale at public | giving credit to my wife LENORA

competition at our Office No: 17, High
Street, Bridgetown, on Friday the 28th
day of April 1950 at 2 p.m

MAYERS (nee Grecia) as I do not hold
myself responsible for her or anyone else
contracting

r any debt ar debts in my
A Dwelling house (formerly the | name unless by a written order signed

Manager's House of Goodland Planta- by me

tion) in the Parish uf Saint Michael, |

GERALD MAYERS

with the land on which Cattle Wash

it stands con-





taining by admeasurement 1 Acre, 3 St. Joseph
Xoods, 444 Perches or thureabouts 16.4,50—2n
Inspection any day between 10 a.m
and 12 o’clock noon.
For further particulars and Condi-



tions of Sale, apply to the undersigned
COTTLE, CATFORD, & CO
16.4.50—10n

' IP PAYS 10 ADVERTISE

OFFICIAL NOTICE

IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY

IN PURSUANCE of the Chancery
ving or claiming any estate,
in or af ing the property hereinafter



BARBADOS,

Act, 1906, I do hereby give notice to ail
right or interest or any lien or incumbrance
mentioned (the property of the Defendants)
to bring before an account of their vlaims with their witnesses, documents and
vouchers to be examined by me on any
12 noon and 3 o'clock in the aftern
3ridgetown before the

reported on and ranked
otherw
de





2on at the Registration Office, Public Buildings,
day of June 1950 in order that such claims may be
according to the nature and priority thereof respectively
Ise such persons will be precluded from the benefits of any decree and be
prived of all claims on or against the said property.

2nd

PLAINTIFF : CYRIL BRUCE BROOKS
THELMA NORMA AGATHA GIBBONS
and

WINSTON THOMAS JAMES

ALL THAT certain messuage
“ARGYLE” togeth

DEFENDANTS :

PROPERTY : or dwelliig house called or known as

er with the land wheron the same stands and thereto
belonging situate at Wellington Street in'tae City of Bridgetown and
Island of Barbados containing by admeasurement 1789 square feet
be the same more or less Butting and bound.ng on the West on lands
of the said Winston Thomas James and on lands of a place called
‘Bedford Cot” the property of the said Thelma Norma Agatha Gibbons
on the North and East on other lands of the sai place called “Bedford
Cot” and on the South on Wellington Street aforesaid, or however
else the same may butt and bound together wit all other buildings

on the said land erected and built standing and being with the appur-
tenances, belonging to the defendants,

Bill filed Ist March 1950,
Dated 29th March, 1950.
H, WILLIAMS,
Registrar-in-Chancery.
4.4.50—4n,

OFFICIAL NOTICE

IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY.
1906, I do hereby give notice to all
right or interest or any lien or incumbrance
mentioned (the property of the Defendant)
their claims with their witnesses, documents and
me on any Tuesday or Friday between the hours of
12 noon and 3 o'clock in the afternoon at the Registration Office, Public Buildings,
Bridgetown before the sist day of May 1950 in order that such claims may be
reported on and ranked according to the nature and priority thereof respectively,
otherwise such persons will be precluded from the benefits of any decree and be
against the said property.







BARBADOS

IN PURSUANCE of the Chancery Act,
persons having or claiming any estate,
in or affecting the property he reinafter
to bring before me an account of
vouchers to be examined by

PLAINTIFF : CYRIL BRUCE BROOKS |
DEFENDANT: CHLOE CLAUDINE ROBINSON

PROPERTY: ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of land (formerly part of the

lands ef Ventnor Plantation) situate at Ventnor in the parish of

Christ Chureh in this Isiand containing by admeasurement One acre

thirty two and one quarter perches (inclusive of two and one

quarter perches of a road which was formerly a private road but

's now @ public road) Butting and bounding
lands of Clapham Plantation towards the East on lands now or late
of James Weeks towards the West on lands formerly of W. T, and
F. D. Barnes but now of Gordon Nicholls, J. E. Marson, and Mrs,
D. I. Bynoe and on lands of the said W T. and F. D, Barnes and
on the South on the public road or however else the same
butt and bound belonging to the defendant.

towards the North on

Bill filed Ist March, 1950.

H.
Dated 29th March, 1950

WILLIAMS,

Registrar-in-Chancery



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.



may |

WAGON WHEELS—with axle, with or

Tuesday or Friday between the hours of }



BARBADOS

“£25 easily earned by obtaining orders | HELP
for private Christmas Cards from Ie ~ ‘ mbe
your friends. A JUNIOR CLERK for our Lumber



ADVOCATE

| LOST & FOUND

LOST














QUEEN’S COLLEGE

















nee

OFFICIAL NOTICE

BARBADOS
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF APPEAL
(Equitable Jur

Sdiction



EWAN DENNIS BLACKE of the
United States of America, acting
herein by Attormey ALTHE

HERODIAS BLACKETT
VENISHA SKEETE
IN purstance of an Order
Court in the above action
13th day of March 1950,
all peysons having any
interest in or any lien
affecting all that ce:

Defendan

in thi
made on the
I give notice
estate, right

oO

rtain piece or parcel
of land (formerly part lands ot
The Whim Plantation in the




parish of Saint Peter
said containing by adr
roods or thereabouts abi





z and t

ing on lands formerly of Joseph Walker
but now or late of the Estate of Jacot
Ramsay deceased on lands now or late
of the Estate of Charles Welch deceasec
on lands of the Estate of iwi T



Harris deceased and on the public
or however else the same 1
bound to bring before me
their said claims with
documents and vouchers

their

to be ex

witne









by me on any Tuesday, or Friday
een the hours of 12 (no

o'clock in the afternoon b Offic

of the Clerk of the Assistant Cx

Appeal at the Court House Bridget

before the 3lst day of May 1950
that such claims may be
ing to the natur and
respectively; ott se such person
be precluded . the benefit
said Decree, and be deprived of
on_or a@pinst the said property

Claimants are also notified t
must attend the said Cor on Wedne
day the 3lst day of M: 1960
‘clock a.m. when their said «
be ranked

Given
March

anked
priority



thereof












nder n
1950

y

hand th

GILKES

sist



Ag. Clerk of A

mt (
Any
50.



17.3



OFFICIAL SALE

BARBADOS

{IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF APPEAL
Equit
DEN

sdictior
CKETT

able Ju



HERODIA* BI

VENISHA SKEETE
NOTICE is heveby give iat b
of an Order of the Assistant ¢

Appeal dated the 13th day of 1950
there will be set up far «
bidder at Office
Assistant ut of
House Bridgetow
of 12 (noon) and 2 o
noon on Friday the 2nd
All that certain piece
(formerly part of the land
Plantation) situate in the parish of
Peter and: Island aforesaid eonte
by admeasurement two roods or
abouts abutting and bounding on ud
formerly of Joseph Walker but no
late of the Estate of Jacob
deceased on lands now or I: f
Estate of Charles W:«
lands of the Estate
deceased and
however else sa
bound and if r then s e
property will be set up for sale L eve
ucceeding Friday t
hours until the 3
not less than £104. 3. 4
Dated this 13th

March





















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The dates for these j
announced later }
18.4. 50









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2. Under this order the maximum retail selling prices of |
“SHINGLES—RED CEDAR NO. 1 AND 2 GRADES” are as follows: —
COLUMN ONE COLUMN TWO
Ordinary Retail Price
ARTICLE (not more than)
Shingles: : ee nee :
Red Cedar $25.45 per 5 bundles
No. 1 Grade containing 1,000
Red Cedar $21.15 per 5 bundles
No. 2 Grade containing 1,000
pment: 2 Seager eae ~ 16,4,.50—2n.



Attention is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence) (Amend-
ment) Order, 1950, No. 15 which will be published in the Official
Gazette of Monday, 17th April, 1950.

2.. Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling
prices of “Bags—used (excluding imported secor.d-hand bags)” and
“Bread—plain” are as follows: —

WHOLESALE |
PRICE RETAIL Price
(not more than) | (not more than

ARTICLE



|
Bags—used (excluding
second-hand bags)

imported

i

(a) Sugar—unwashed .. _ 22¢. each

—washed and darned.. | = 30c. each

(b) Rice—unwashed bail — 20¢. each

—washed and darned .. oe 28c. each

(c) Oilmeal vp ¥ _ 8c. each.

(d) White Cotton és _ 20c. each
Bread—Plain — 2-ozs. for 2c.

Notice: —Bread—plain. The weight has been reduced from 2% ¢
to 2 ozs. for 2 cents owing to an increase in the price of £
16.4, 50



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

SS. “DEVON” ts scheduled
Sydney March 25th, Brisbane April 4ti
arriving Trinidad May 6th.

S.S. “CITY OF PE” sails Ade
laide April 22nd, Melbourne May 4th
Sydney May 12th, Brisbane May 1i9t!
urriving at Trinidad June 15th.

These vessels have ample space (o:
chilled, hard frozen and general carge

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





The M.V. “Caribbee” will ac-
cept Cargo and Passengers. for
Antigua, Monsterrat,

St. Kitts-Nevis se"ling 2ist April.

Seer “Daetwood™ will ac-
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St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Grenada, f

iba, date of sailing will be
given.

B.W.I. SCHOONER OWNERS’
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FURNESS, WITHY & CO. LTD : . e

yorrhea an Ml Rat
LTD, ,

DA COSTA & CO
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h Mouth, or some bad disease that | “ALCOA RANGER” 19.h April 4th May
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ffered from Trench Mouth and



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FAMOUS TRENT CARTRIDGES i



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Nor ike a chance on losing your teeth or GERM OIL i} 4a
« the dangers from rheumatism : “4 a
, Oday Unter thls eoteemiee has arrived and can be obtained from our Gasolene Station {}
tee. You risk noth. | at Trafalgar St. = : ' q
Amosan ing sa the'guéran. Remember—Don't Only Oil It--Germ It! i
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~My
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h. Wwinideds white hee Men's §—12—$1.10—;—Boys & Girlss 1—2—85¢ ie
e 3ist. July, 1950. Free Ladies 3—8—$1.05 —:— Children 6—} i Ww
for retired marriea GUINEA-BIRD PUMPS 3—8 at $1.65 per ‘
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aed Apply in person with ship's “Aico, sa!
monials stating experience, only pf wi ‘
A LECTURE above categories will be considere
, Apply from 4.00 pam at our ' >
Wednesday, Thursday and
ON On no account must
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THE SPANISH EMPIRE
IN LATIN AMERICA
BY

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BARBADOS. ADVOCATE PAGE SEVEN
a ;
C SSIFIED ADS, [PUB Novices) wanTeD LOST & FOUND TAY
: . -
5 { = —====__-_———_.
as I ’ Per ~ Babess OCS @ JERSEY SILKS SOD’
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F OUNCEMENTS ’ HOU. . ers; highest commissi otton Factory Lt | be rewarded on returning to ADVOCA. |! y bac MA LA al
per word | | oe SES marvellous money making cnpienatie. 18.4, 50—+.f.n. | CO. 15 en lr dl in wen re agg DE P IN
jpor SAL | REST COT—On Ses, Weilches, M we Wateine: &-Ce.,iWevk 19 Wieterts | Ags eugelaaabea Minas AOI ra You can’t afford i Miss
RENT ” ” 02 well. 2 Bedrooms f mo a mae: Preston, Englan | wr 7 : “gf fasts QUEEN'S COLLEGE F
png et wnished. From May | writing with references to The Manager, these latest fashion hits! ree Book from S. Roberts,
ae _— 16.4.50—t.{n. THE BARBADOS MUTUAL | rece une? SE Lan... Seee! ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS | "e
= FOUND per word ae “a ies yh erm Ist April Upstairs NEFIT SOCIETY oy 1950 TH ANI S 30, Central Avenue, Bengor,
os! 7. . , ‘emises a Swan Street. Suitable TES ist for Energetic men |
¥ ad for Agency or similar type of business » NOTICE to work as Insurance Canvassers with 1. The Entrance Examinations for Pr. Wm. Hy. Street N. Ireland
SALES aoe immediately on Premises No. ¢| 15 HEREBY GIVEN that the 43rd United Investors Co., Ltd. | Queen's College will be held ir . Dial 3466
wan Street. 31.3.50—t Annual Ge ; Apply by letter and in person on/ November, 1950, for candidates who
08 10 fn a neral Meeting of the bov * Ww
A ¢ . Society will be held on Mond, =z Ve | Wednesday, 19th. April to United In- | will have attained the age of 9 * sf.
erioN AND REAL BUNGALOW, also Flat, sea main | April 1950, at Monday 24th! vestors Co., Ltd. Marhill Street. years on 2Ist July, 1951, and who 2
furnis? 4.30 p.m., at the Re 50—8n
~ line mone. ed from May ist. | istered Office 48 Swan Street: te e~ 16.4. will not be over 12 years of age on
wATE per agate 1.20 1.50 3 comforts, English baths with heaters | Purpose of (a) Receiving the rnd Wer = 3ist July, 1951,
Ae charge -- oe ‘a 1.20 showers, telephones, verandahs, Tele-| the Committee Ot ‘Manager: os oO; VACANCIES Exist for office Assistance 2 Candidates from this Examination
pit See $s oe . phone 2949. 31.3.50—t.t n easurer’s Account for itt at, and in the Insurance Dept. of United In- | will be admitted as vacancies occur:
fers: NOTICES 08 10 (b) Electing Officers and a Comuniny| Yestors Co., Ltd. {D in January, 1961
ene -- == 991,50], OFFICE One Office over Sanitary| Of Management for that cicommuttee) Apply by’ letter and in person on Vy preranee, 1001
Pee charge - + : +" | Laundry Depot., Marhill Street. Apply | and (c) Deali rf _ current yea | Thursday the 20th April. 9.4.50.—5n
mG ADVOCATE (Monday) | | Sanitary Laundry Co. Tel Sse, before the Meeting. UY ther. matters 16.4.50—3n, | | PARISH OF ST. ANDREW MONTREAL AUSTRALIA NEW
w SSSESR Res A u 31.3.50—t.f.n By order of —- siete 4 pplications for the vacant post of 3
3 of the Comunittee, BUTLER—For small Hotel, Experienced | organist at St. Saviours will be received eee ee =
- THANKS HOUSE TO LET—From 15th May to E. W. ALLEYNE Sle neeepable head butler. Must\ be| by the undersigned up to Saturday 15th =o
Spt. 30th. Large furnished house Secretary pleasantly spoken, willing, and capable| April. Further particulars may be had SS. “DEVON” 1s scheduled - The M.V. “Caribbee” will ac-
a ery all = tho pt jee ae mee Pepition. Seceilent 16.4. 50—2n, : i coin woeee of under. Dutiers| on application to > the perochist Treasurer, Sydney March 25th, Brisbane April 4t! cept Cargo and Passengers. for
- hank pexwen: ° N + ¥y in first instance by letter to:E.F.W. Sign C, A.. SKINNER, rrivin
_ We. sincerely eral, sent wreaths, ae ms 3249 LS | c/o The Advocate. 12.4.50—6n, Vestry Clerk arriving (‘Trinidad May en Dominica, Antigua, Monsterrat,
ite oF in any other way ex- 3.4:50—%n. P af " et ee 8.8, “CITY OF DIRPFE" sails Ade- St. Kitts-Nevis sailing 2ist April,
to us, in our a ete, eee oS oe laide April 22nd, el e May 4th
pe Pet out dear mother | ,,EATHFIBLD On, the Crone Goart| MPtblie Salles-Contd. |.) Soe"), he, eee srrvicg ws Wega fee ieee’, Li cope Gas, a eee ee
ave ‘who departed | £0 y, . SS y ‘ ne | wrriving at une : cep rgo Passengers for
ee EDITH pply Mrs. A. D. Herbert, C ba the Ist May 1950, to teach Spanish and j * ‘ Luc
‘us on 15th April 1950. th Christ Church. Phone 8385. yee REAL ESTATE General Form Subjects. | beaten’ Bane pe gle yp SP ln yr 1 Pg Mp ne meat be
ndoiph Grifith, Exlward, Grit. 14.4.50—3n . | ———— Sa ee ere, Neen PE SPR NOTICE ! bistriput Carro accepted on through bills o sy ee
Griffi . ——— thes uncer wi i SURE TORHOn AN SREerenOs, | Cnn lading with transhipment at Trinidad fo ,
es Arey aaugnters), Mase | ASH TON — On-Sea, Maxwell, Christ at, their Offices, Nov 17, "Wign Suse details of ‘qualifation “and. ‘experience, | BARBADOS | Charles Macenearney & Cb. Ltd. | British Guiana, Barbedos, Windward & B.W.1. SCHOONER OWNERS’
, *| Church, Furnished. Containing , Bridgetown, on Friday the 2tet a, ; ee Leeward Island ASSOCIATION (INC
" Griffith (daughter-in-law), 8 a > 1 aay the 2ist day of|to the Headmaster not later than 22nd |IN THE ASSISTANT COUR > APPEAL | atlas sh CRS)
amy Griffith, Sylvan| Four Bedrooms, Drawing and Dining | April 1950, ‘at 2 p.m : ' Bau: . T OF APPEAL | iculars ly:— Consignees.
Griffith, Muriel Griffith, rooms, Verandahs overicoking the sea| A fully ‘paid Elke April. ran (equitable Jurisdiction) Te ee eee ee ,
Eoahia, Gordon Birkett ean and ail modern conveniences. Dial 3607 | dos Mutual Tabs Ammen a ne W. H. ANTROUS, EWAN DENNIS BLACKETT of the} FURNESS, WITHY & CO. LTD —
. 18.4.50. or 2871, 13.4 the life of A.P a Society, on Sec. to Gov. Body, United States of America, acting | Agents Trinidad.
: -50—Sn.. -P. aged 71 years:— Ch. Ch. Boys’ Foundation School. herein by Attomey ALT |
aren | Policy HE DA COSTA & CO, LTD
ca w return thanks to our many | BUNGALOW at Naw Garde lone Bone tibig $ 9,000.00 9.4.50—7n. HERODIAS BLACKETT .... Plaintiff | v Agents Barbados. aaNet WE bee sympathisers who sent us| new) constructed Bed: i eb! Glaeas : 6,896 00 VEINISHA SKEETE Defe gen’ Ss. a
and and wreaths and other ee ater, ai teal .. — oo ae aot nthe oe ‘nth renc ou
cards wi . conveniences. ae toe enaptd ‘ rder in t
Bes of smpathy in our, recent Garage, fruit | trees, “lawns. Archie COTTLE, CATFORD, & CO ath day cf Maren ieee race on the |
i ° . = i 50, five notice to}
om at SANUAL JORDAN. larke. Phone 4530; 8 to 4 Pa / 16.4,50—5n. | MISCELLANEOU all peysons having any fat Ment or | o
u Fane oi, Miriam Jordan (Dnitg- edie te ATE de Esa al HOUSE—Two Roof Boa —— — interest in or any lien or incun. . | 0 n rs 0.
. und, Ashton, Ruphus; | ~ « = wo Roof B-ard and Shingled| WAGON WHEELS—with axle, with or affecting all that certain piece parce) | ™
Bp sesso, RAmund, Ay 4.50—An. | eet er “Coptighton Beach. | House 14 x 8, 16 x 81%, Shed 16 x 6%,| without tyres, Apply Mansser, “Black | of iene al that certai thr ipa et
4. : w : ) . . 3 rt ¢ 1 is ot | = + ~ %
n (Sons). bet Sg Batt pipe — ae mee 2 sented inside and out-| man’s Plantation, St. Joseph. The Whim Plantation) situate in the | - 9 Dy <
RIAM spection on premises at any time or| further particulars Ape yt: For 12.4.60—Gn. | panish of Saint Peter and Island afore-| Cf gas } Inc.
IN MEMO! Phone Owner at 3188 18.4.50—3n | Drepaul on | APBAY to. Behan b————————- eens said containing by admeasurement two | a y y
aan . ae premises, 15.4.50—2n.| OLD Dea gar vee roods or thereabouts abutting and bound \ % t NEW YORK SERVICE
bigadg r belov Oe ee eee nesaneinisemnpnieinneierenes prices paid for old gold and silver jewel- | i mn lands foomerly of Jose’ ker | s
Is loving moe SAN one ROACH, uy SEE Dosen ee Perit fiiday ae: ae undersigned on/|lery and scraps. Y. De Lima & Co., Ltd., but Saitek late ob tic ~ es a } bong wees
nd 1 18th 1949+ : . " Public mt at 2 p.m. at|20 Broad Street. 15.4.50—6n. Ramsay deceased on lands now < .t ss RY . * aly 7 -
» fell asleep on Apri b % Bedrooms. Apply Mrs. Lynch, White iblic competition:— ? oe Or sn r late SS “BYFJORD ‘ ous wha 7th April 17th April
us is ne of the Estate of Charles rich decease “ "~
“A precious ite iar ail i Go Hall Flat No. 1. Telephone a eee iden ae WEST INDIA BISCUIT WANTED TO RENT on lands of the Estate 6 are 1 | Reet Pt Seh AO he a =e > oe
voice we memory lingers, -4.50—5n. 9 . LIMITED. HOUSE—Near Sea for six months or | Harris deceased and on the pub ( | TEW i 7
Paderty kind and true "SURANGH eS: FIRE IN- more. Phone 3507 after 6 o'clock, Mrs. | or however else the same 1 i ’ “4 {¥ Vow | “e ORLEANS a
4 A t a day that passeth 1 43 i ; White. 16.4,50—2n. | bound to bring before me an \ ~. od | ? nde
fea tne 3 PUBLIC SALES (“235.8 ysrm0n now pond 2, Dring_ bate | =p a Ea No, ides
‘’ remember you. r said claims with the witnesses oo MRSA zie SS “J R" 29
That sion Roach (wife), Marian Roach | — $00 shaese in ths EARDADON temp. documents and vouchers, to be examiny | mean thet fam afee Vicieot Peete | MALOOA RUNNER” ah Apri asd April
i; Gartes Samyel Roaph,, (0%. AD a PING & TRADING CO. LTD. PERSONAL tween the ‘Nours erty montieny De | Trench Mouth, or some bad disease that | “ALCOA RANGER" 19.h April ath May
fe CTION shares in the B'DOS ICE Co., LTD, ‘lor - ~ - (00) , | wil eventually cause you to lose all you NS SS
cee dear aloved CARRINGTON & SEALY. PS a am ees a the Office tect a eng aye 0 Thi alee Seerh Delors | al CANADIAN SERVICE
‘ KR O e Assistan } your re, Since he gre | sou ™
aevne PROACH, who was taken |, Ser na ee a ne, aw: Brows 14,4,50—6n, Appeal at the Court House Bridget: these mouth diseases have spread through- | SOUTHBOUND Sails Arrives
> pefore the 3lst day of May 1950 | out the world so that now scientists say | y fe Me
on April 18th 194. of Chelsea Road on Tuesday the 18th of | ———————————— ——————————————_ | re ic ¢ yw = at such c ; mz } tt our out of every five ° Name of ahip Malta Barbades
‘The midnight stars are shining April at two o'clock a wawis built WE will set up for sale at public giving ent eM ae tone ‘ar ater gh ag pores hs leraesceneaee x inter. Be varnoeiin Cine | SS “ALCOA PENNANT" treeee March 22nd April Ist
‘Down on a lonely grave 18 x 10 house. And on Thursday the| G™Mpetition at our Office No: 17, High| MAYERS (nee Grecia) ns I do not hold respectively: otherwise such nenen eo! | and stop these diseases before it js too late, | SS “ALCOA POINTER” ' April 7th April 17th
‘of one we love so dearly 20th at two o’clock-on the spot at Bay| Street, Bridgetown, on Friday the 28th | myself responsible for her or anyone else | be. prec! ied oe be such persons will! pecause they often cause not only the loss Sailing every two weeks
yet we.could not save Street obliquely opposite ihe Aquatic| “@Y of April 1950 at 2 pm. contracting any debt ps Tange 2 ie ae Sata Tremnaaan psi Ace benefit of the| of teeth, but also chronic rheumatism and | NORTHBOUND
Some may see us smiling Club Gap a chattel building called Mer-| 4 Dwelling house (formerly the | name unless by a written order signed |on or vgainst the s cat tiaania ty ny heart trouble . 3.S. “ALCOA PILGRIM" Sailing early April for St. Lawrene
See Yr font tear is shed CO ae orate of sallery, drawing and teniwar'e House of Goodland Planta- | by me A Claimants are. also notified chat. they | New Discovery River ports,
many & ‘ ning rooms, two bedrooms, kitchen,} #0 n the Parish vf Saint Michael, BRA s' -- Manet on Wadnen. | anqusmenmestene
im others axe ater? 184.50 toilet. and palings. Both houses to be| With the land on which it stands. con. ” - Cattie Wash ae hansen aed “May, “95 Nera 10 | Saves Teeth {
The Grant family. aee* | removed and must be sold. taining by admeasurement 1 Acre, 3 St. Joseph |o'clock a.m. when their sald cla Fee ee Reee tenets nn Sotecee® Apply: DACOSTA & CO., LTD.—Canadian Service.
Terms Cash Roods, 4% Perches or thereabouts + Josep’ clock vhen their said cla v | scientist, fights these troubles in a new and ROBERT THOM LTD.—New York and Gulf Service.
* ae . D'ARCY A. SCOTT Inspection any day between 10 m 16.4.50—2n. | be ranked juick way, It penetrates right to the root s ababia
as : and 12 o'clock noor eee . Give nder my hand this 13th « of the trouble, stops g from bleedi ; “t Rein aenatee
Auctioneer. a8 12 o’clock noon, March 1980. Re TOG tne wae m he vee fret ae, vale K Raoeahenekne moeae | GOPISSS POOSSSSSSSO SSS SESS OPPS FPP SF SP FEES
FOR SALE 15.4.50—4n, tine of thin a oe und ed I. V. GILKES ese out of your mouth, and soon tightens &
Ce en is Sale, apply to the undersigned:- Ag. Clerk o ie ae Cc he teeth, The following letter from Mr. W, 7
D'Arcy A. Scott of Magazine Lane COTTLE, CATFORD, & CO IT PAY 10 A Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Sous tet W. B. shows th ° re sults that Rrpeeee, ines | % FAMOUS TRENT CARTRIDGES
offers the following properties at St 16.4.50—10n 17.3.'50. Sty ne a ReteC eam: SE Mnan tnt Oe ‘ -
f 7.3.5 rnea for ten years, My gums we 1 §, 7 ‘ -
QWOTIVE Samy are vena feoae st 18 | emit hal waone"tcake |S & WINCHIESTER R2EATING SHOT GUNS
ae? - \ evoral other teeth were ‘,
eae der 9.000 * wote? wat St. Seenes ob TH exes consist OFFIC! ‘q OFFICIA S the the. I tried many thit s AT
Van mileage under 9,000, o i » Jan ¥ sists A NOTICE i ALE ‘ of this new discovery Am ~1¢
ition, for viewing. | of around 30 acres of land and a two : | after using Amosan my gums | y§ ,
Mit god conden, for seine | of around 0 acres of fond ana“a" | panpaDos 'AL NC se iouaadequstiamanan wy etn |S JQHNSON'’S STATIONERY & HARDWARE
EP ecail's tee rooms, Hard-| view of the sea. IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY BARBADOS outh peared in three days and in | %
Alley, 8 a.m. to 12 noon daily, At Christ Church one (1) property con- IN PURSUANCE ee i IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF APPEAL | (wo we found that my loose teeth Were | '$6.46%6y69969909SS 99699999 9SS99995 59 9S9U SOS SHN5SS"
ae § 18,4,50—Gn. | sisting of.9 arable acres of land and a} persons havina eS the Spcerety Act, 1906, I do hereby give notice to all (Equitable Jurisdiction) } much tighter and that I could eat the hard: | —————————————————— Tn ee
on two storey Wall house, $ ‘laiming any estate, ,



right or interest or any lien or incumbrance | EWAN DENNIS BLACKETT of tt eat


























One Vauxhall 14-6, good work-| By instruction received from Mrs. | PROPERTY: ALL THAT certain messuage or dwelliig house called or known ‘as | formerly part of the lands of The Whim e



= in or affecting the property hereinafter mentioned (the property of the Defend ) 5 s r G i d N
R ‘CYCLE-One B.S.A. Motor At’St, Joseph one (1) property consist- : afore ra as ; Sa tte property o e Defendants t ed States of America, acting uarantee
34 MS (M-610). In good con- ie of ped oe ane mi . one ae vena Ae aepihadt het ioe Guan) Tusedey oF Fridne et ee NES ODI Py BL AG TT OAL | Ae gunranvesdte ate > Your ‘core trem | ATTE TION PLEASE f
-house, with govt. water “tri Eide r “Be > any psday f y EE AS ACKETT Plaintit | it ‘aranteed to stop your gums from brrgaitt
Apply to R. Cox, ae Gap MUN tos aly Rate a 1a noon and 3 o'clock in the afternoon at the Registration Office, Public Buildings, VENISHA SKEETE Defe ‘ !sore mouth and tighten your | Our Motorist friends are asked to note that the long looked for
A.T. Co. -4,.50—2n, 15.4.50—_-4n ridgetown before the 2nd day of June 1950 in order that such claims may be NOTICE is heveby given that by tue | tee toplete satisfaction or | shipment of .....
“aE, Wee aa ith aes J reported on and ranked according to the nature and priority thereof respectively | of an Order of the Assistant Court « | n return of empty package, a Oy
Standard 8 H.P. a eae otherwise such persons will be precluded from the benefits of any decree and be} Appeal dated the 13th day of Mareh 1950 | a chance on losing your teeth or | GERM OIL
fthout Radio. Apply: was 40s a deprived of all claims on or against the said property there will be set up far sale to the t rs from rheumatism | ,
wiations Building, Telephone |’ UNDER THE SILVER sin aeavnivee ; bidder at the Office of the Cloc} nd heart tr Get Amosan from your | has arrived and can be obtained from our Gasolene Station
4 : -AINTIFF: CYRIL BRUCE BROOKS Acolitaith Cour ADeAbE a 4 chemist today under this iron-clad guaran: | t- Trafal St.
HAMMER i ssis a _ Court of Appeal at the | tee. You risk noth- | a rafaigar St.
One Austin 10 H.P. Saloon 1946 DEFENDANTS : THELMA NORMA AGA 3 S fouse, Bridgetown, between the | fe ing as the guaran. | Remember—Don't Only Oil It—Germ It!
THA GIBBONS 12 ) ” } &e.
in really good order. Cole & Co. THE FURNITURE ETC. and E TOOK on: TORR EAST tel ak tie on] For P h Trench Mouth | -
at mn tail = 100n on Fr y the 2n ay June 198 — -
18.4,50—4n., a le WINSTON THOMAS JAMES Ai that certain gleon Reroeoel ck ee. ee Oren rene outh | CENTRAL FOUNDRY iLTD.

. H,.P. Harris & Co., Lower | John Rrayton (formerly Mrs. Embericos “ARGYLE” together with the land wheron the:same stands ‘and thereto | b/ntation) situate in the parish of Sa sss











































































































































































Street. Phone 4045. we will sell by auction on the 2nd, 3rd belonging situate at Wellingt St in tae Peter and~Island -aforesald containing , J “eC . SS .
18.4.50—3n, | and 4th May the furniture and household Island of Barbados oontalsig Bh nana, dh * eee ae by admearurement two roods or there- CLUB SEC RETARYSHIP
) urement 1789 square feet j
effects of Canefield House, St. Thomas. be the same more or less Butting and bound.ng on the West on lands ropa ee an DORIS on: Sanus VACANT: | CANVAS SHOES FOR MEN
One Ford V-8, 1939 model. Just Further particulars will follow. of the said Winston Thomas James and on lands of a place called Tory s reemee, oe hus Ran oo | : r { WHITE, GREY, BROWN at $1.75 per pair
overhauled and painted. Phone} BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO., Bedford Cot’ the property of the said Thelma: Norma Agatha Gibbons | (cased me nate Of Jacob Ramsa APPLICATIONS are invited for the| in 7 rar ireces aa ae IE
E. 0. Layne Garage, Tweedside Auctioneer. on the North and East on other lands of the said place called “Bedford i a of Charles Welch decomias ~ Secretaryship of the St. Clair Club.) PUMPS—in WHITE, BROWN and BLUE
12,4.50—6n, Hera aoe is Cot int on. the South a, Vonineton sireet, torenaid) or panier lands of the Estate of Edward T. H wrris | Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, which become: | Men’s 9—12—$1.10—:—Boys & Girlss 10—2—85c.
. s § 3 a P , othe uu NES | decer ; ‘ a ce : ; vacant on the s 04 hig 4 ‘ells, ee aaa
iNew “Mois 10-cwt. Van Just eee on the said land erected and built standing and being with the appur- on bs tae =e ‘ cat cee 1 | quarters ” Sehee vie ae seed Ladies 3-8 $1.05 Rees, Children c— 9 15¢
. Immediate delivery. FORT | REAL ESTATE tenances, belonging to the defendants, Manse Fast tt sah tha Scaeid the eels | le together with light and taitetians GUINEA-BIRD PUMPS 38—8 at $1.65 per pair
GARAGE UTD. Telephone (‘= sis ee tase de UF, sroperty will be set up for sale y| , Written applications should be apd: —
15.4.50—4n as ! Bill filed Ist March 1950 prop £ t Saitoh
; THE BERWICK" — Situate in Two} Dated 29th March, 1950. ucceeding Friday betwe t i“ “0 E ae SS | THE SHOE
One Morris 8 HP. Sedan in AT | Mile, Hill, St. Michael, standing on H. WILLIAMS hours until the same is sold for fe nT ee Cate Claire |
po? 17, square feet of land. The house Registrar-in-Ch ary, not less than £104, 3, 4 1 aval Road }
eal condition, L. Alleyne, Fort | contains drawing and dinin egistrar-in-Chancery. : "7 : Mat ‘ | 15.4.50—6n, |
eomcstttan tots nt thea Dated this 13th day of Man 0 15.4,50—6n BRITISH CO. LTD
Garage Ltd. 9.4.50.—7n. | bedrooms fetesbivh cibresioasscae ue v4. \ HILKES } ceili iaimectegis Cas. | : ” .
. pantry, kitchen and usual out _— sl adie ean I. V. GILK \ -
offices. Water and Electric light. Ser Ag. Clerk of the Assistant irt {ys —G SSS a ee rr
Slams, Tew ee ak ae ae nae et oe i : OFFICIAL NOTICE } jenn i sities Branches : i
hing : and top, on. ication on the premi- - | 1.3.56 | SW ST. Ss Ss S ;
Mable offer refused. Apply Jef-| ses to Mr. Weekes the tenant. BARBADOS ab. IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY. i Ii BOXING BOXING or one BROAD 8f. SPEIGEROTOW?
Y Kirton. Phone 2425, The above will be set up for sale at . IN PURSUANCE of the Chancery Act, 1906, I do hereby give notice to uf 15) Fi Club Garde st. J
: 16 .4,50—6n. | Public Competition at our office in Lucas perechs gaye or claiming any estate, right or interest or any lien or incumbrance IN) i dly re ent re big Age of
MOCK One Federal Gusk, with Plate }SteR™eridgetown, on, Friday the 2ist| 1p O° alfecting the property hereinafter mentioned (the property of the Defendant) COMING SOON 1) the on Saturday April 29th
A . a -“m. 2 me an account o 1eir claims with their tne ¥ ents j 1)) he | —. |
ed, Fairly Good Tyres. - ARRINGTON & SEALY vouchers to be examined by me on ang Taasday a Friday eteeton) tha hones a ii KID RAL rH Middle ;
mS ~ 3lst 1950. H. Jason Solicitors. 12 noon and 3 o'clock in the afternoon at the Registration Office, Public Buildings, Handy little 1) n.Of Barbados Market ha ns H
»» Ltd. 15.4.50—6n ; Bridgetown before the Sist day of May 1950 in order that such claims may be andy little n a. edt. ee
7 12,.4.50—8n,. | __. ad ———— | Teported on and ranked according to the nature and priority aharent res Sotively, ? FIGHTING GREAVE S Light} {
“STAUNTON”: and land thereto con- Goines aust persons will be precluded from the benefits of any decree and be Portable Ovens \\ eight contendety (Day ie gig
ICAL taining approximately 15,678 square feet, rE of all claims on or against the said property. Suds te dine Ne -uph’ othe ({ oe (
“tée Gedean cea Sas cau PLAINTIFF: CYRIL BRUCE BROOKS | of your Hotplate Boiling Rings N)Scda! jrinds ve oe
IC MIXERS—There is _ still ana ab ‘ finals, @ rounda
you to own a DORMEYER | ‘utially, erected eee oes 20 DEFENDANT; CHLOE CLAUDINE ROBINSON |] LOOk OUT for 31h pe lle qoecilestiatlgeseesieal
7 MIXER at pre-devaluation i , * : - | vy, * . 2 . (t rmous 'G °
Bisons Go UA, Seog Bi | Guha on two sides, large. drawing and| "ROPERTY: ALL THAT certain pigce or parcel of land formerly part of the ||| Your Gas Company's Adve H} intietns famnus, (Baby German For Employment with the Pan-Ore
vs . LTD, Broad St. |g ( oom ands o entnor Plantation) situate at Ventnor in the parish of | nnn (| ~Adaal en ,
7 . 16.4.50—In. tie hchaen eee re. " , Christ Church in this Island containing by admeasurement One acre | hai 1 se le $
~ - cae ean UPSTAIRS ® tedvooms, toilet R and | oe twe wae ont see perches (inclusive of two and one |) = ‘“ 6 - _ 60 Steamship Co. Inc.
7 . : Fi Quarter perches of a road which was formerly a private road but | | Y a a i
otOCK oe, Pa Oe eapeer el is now a public road) Butting and bounding towards the North on | « G oot a The miss it,
the house, aswell aa spacious back yard | lands of Clapham Plantation towards the East on lands now or late NOTICE 5 . - P ‘ Fl
MSE— (1) Thoroughbred, Filly by " 3 of James Weeks towards the West on lands formerly of W. T. and | A te a ens \ - ( anamanian ag)
could 1: with lime and fruit trees planted. F. D. B t 7 aa ; iat SAVANNAH OLUB TENNIS
bon ace in August. Her Dam YARD. Large garage and washroom arnes but now of Gordon Nicholls, J. E, Marson, and Mrs oe 5 re
Bacaquomec. Apply G. L. Hacceis (ates wales and ae ace ib D. I. Bynoe and on lands of the said W. T. and F, D, Barnes and | TOURNAMENT ; a very limited number of
» Norwood, St. James. tallied tices. Tnspention..by a= on the South on the public road or however else the same may | Owing to the indisposition of {(( z naan
18.4,50—3n. | St ughout. iP rs butt and bound belonging to the defendant. | Dr. C. G. Manning the 1 hes ({
pointment with Mrs, Waite, thq owner, A. ng h atc ))) y
a xe or esterday and to-das liversit Ses " re Rie olan
CELLANEOUS "So pabhis arition on Friday the {st renin arenes S80: H. WILLIAMS, { have had to be postponed K niversily College of the A B Seamen Wipers (Engine Room
April. 1950. at 2 p.m. at the office of the 9th March, 195 Registrar-in-C naneeey, re The Gites. fer these = K West Indies. Ordinary Seamen ‘ Helpers)
MOR STOVE PART: undersigned from whom further parti- i announced later th) Riis sian Chief Cooks
Wick, Wick-Carriers, Flame | °ulats and conditions of sale may be ob- 18.4, 50 (Xt ) nee Second Cooks
B Galleries,” Genera: . tained. ; ' \) EXTRA-MURAL DEPARTMENT Greasers Mess F 8
Baas fe Tore Co, tae 2a Oe) ee. GOVERNMENT NOTICES | ——=—— | Wo a re
. 5.4.50—t.f.n. Phone 3925 $$6050¢ a }
a a : . | FPPSSOSGS FSG SORIS, BIOSY | (\' O- ) , a , Lota’ Attia ow - ie
i isatStrs| Attention is drawn to the Control of Lumber Prices (Defence) | ¢'i Ti) socaihft tdi Pessea, brie", albeherta. padi: ot; fon
as van Pipe. 26. to $1.0° SINFS* A p . - 105 cP i Sa ‘ > inl | ¥ % | ))) | . Rane : { ae
foot, A. BARNES & CO LED r= . BOUEe i aes (Amendment) Order 1950 Ww hich will be published in the Official 1% DANCE |\K A LECTURE above categories will be considered.
25.3.50—t.f.n ln enue feet. No. 69 Roebuck | Gazette of Monday, 17th April, 1950. 1% in ding ° Apply from 4,00 p.m. at our Warehouse, Cavans Lane on
i Street. 2. Under this order the maximum retail selling prices of | % SS | {Ht Wednesday, Thursday and Friday the 19th, 20th and 2st. April.
S FRIGEMINTS — A tasty| A substantially erected stonewal i BI % ST. WINIFRED'S SCHO@ | 4K ON ications
D Agency pt i drug” stores. | bullding in’ good ‘condition comprises:— | “SHINGLES—RED CEDAR NO. 1 AND 2 GRADES" are as follows: — | & an WM se hee account must applications be made to our Broad
°. SPRPUTUII, EOL, GU ONS ; 1% “DING FUND ¢ \ ms ; : i ; | re ce.
c i} ‘THE SPANISH EMPIRE
16.4.50—6n. | store rooms, entrance to, garage. Front 6 AT x ( ul 4
age: 42'-10". Washing tanks, and many iL 1% ; % 1S) IN LATIN AMERICA
Sid soe 'S—Finest English Crock-| other facilities, concreted throughout. COLUMN ONE COLUMN TWO 1% Welbeck Pine Hi iM en
me “Veral_ designs. Also TEA,| UPSTAIRS. 4 bedrooms, large draw- ; ; ; i% Sn
os AST SETS and dng ad bing ‘reoks tellet and beth Ordinary Retail Price x Z ON |i
& CO. tip. "hots sneree room. Front verandah, ARTICLE (not more than) % SATURDAY nd APRIL, 1090 8=Y| BY
he , iipiainiinarte lal lie bie dicing: ibhcinstiie tormteninammaimnsinliseliaiaiick. 8 Admission . |
16.4.50—3n. Electric light, power and water are} op; ah 3 . Econ ; \ iat
* ingles: % One Dollar S :per Included s PROFESSOR J. H PA
7 installed throughout. Inspection by y a ie ; 4 ESs§ (zh RRY
Pri. DRESSES—For Weddings or| appointment. Phone 2297. . Red Cedar $25.45 per 5 bundles g Music by Percy Green's Orchestra ¥ | M.B.E., Ph.D., M.A
at , HATS and HAND-| The above will be set up to public eae |Q Dancing from 8,30 p.m. to 2 a.m | mere re Ce
SHOwonable Prices. MODERN | competition at the office of the under- No. 1 Grade : is containing 1,000 % >|
PPB. Broad * 2 signed on any einer ceelontens rer Red Cedar $21.15 per 5 bundles SSOSSOSSSSOCCO OOOO | AT
.4.50—3n. | al P.m. ie OO
C RIES onditions of sale apply to No, 2 Grade , .. .% containing 1,000 } ee
. YRIES—For the latest i HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD }
rf FLOWERS FEATHERS, Solicitegs ; 0 . | The British Council
piace: 7 a eo en ee a :
TEHO} and ames : 16.4.50—2n. . ° | Wakefield
S shop at the MODEPN 18.4. 50—6n . | | akefie
BROAD St. aa
16.4. 50—3n . got ' | ie
MST UNDaRT aan will set up for sale at public com- | Attention is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence) (Amend- | ON
bere, nice things, shop MODES Hee Bridgetown, on Priday the 28h day of] ment) Order, 1950, No. 15 which will be published in the Official ||} Stocks — Bonds — Shares ||| )
B PaNTine’ SUIPS, BRASSIERE | “Dil 1800 st 2.90 Dm. suage or| Gazette of Monday, 17th April, 1950. i Beth Bossi snd Boreien:'l} Tuesday, April 18th
s _ fe " ; . al ¢ | )
u Dress °3, osee BAAS fa: dwelling house known as The Brick 2... Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling | At 8.15 p.m,
7) 16.4.50—3n, ie wa Se ere Denes: prices of “Bags—used (excluding imported second-hand bags)” and | Bought and Sold |
ICA oro Se ies 7 in”? o*
Ss square or thereabouts situate, at) ‘“Bread—plain” are as follows: — baat j sniiglitidhen :
tnd reinsene _ Suiteases — with| Sore BE, 33
2.16 Priced ; vs, | — inerrant ere elt
Dim G. w. SON | oer ane, Ge emeeDt, Sundays WHOLESALE ||| 155 Roebuck St., Bridgetown leet
16.4,50—3n. | “ror further ees. and Condi- ARTICLE PRICE RETAIL Price ||} Dial 3188. -:- Hours : 9 3 i} eas aseat ae CORPO TION IL
undersigned: . 3 8s: 9 )
Hone of Sale, stam MOATFORD. & OO (not more than) | (not more than | ny °
UQUOR LICENSE NOTI Z 184.80 Saas
CE a ot) ee De niet tee ee ee a Rhy ee een er eee eee iis
®DPlication of “SUNSET VIEW"—Rockley. (Adjoin- : | , en
in Cynthia ewtne aa Newton, | ing BLUE WATERS), on the land sid: Bags—used (excluding imported | Real Estate Agents—Auctioneers—Surveyors
Hel License No. 1000 ce WEST | of the road facing the Bay with 13,40 cusniidlena nage’ a
na, Autusta Grimth in reset | SQUare feet of land including the lan 8 | a
Be Bot Of a 2-storey wall ban across the road running to the water's (a) Sugar—unwashed .. A —_ | 22¢, each | |
te uc Street, City, for per | (98¢, The house contains verandeh, washed and darned — | 0c. each |
aoe said Liquar Li) ae drawing and dining Tooms, three bas. . ~ . + = .@ _
8, Roebuck. s “cae 8° | rooms with running water. and all othey b) Rice—unwashe = bs — ic. eac! . ; ‘ |
Des.cBR day of Apri Soap, | ofces inaluding Kiteben with cupboards | (P) eee, ee | a oe (JOHN M. BLADON, A.F.S., F.V.A.)
i Ss F ater, ec + Ges an oe = . *s .
Magistrate, Dist. "+a; Speet, Gemge, and Rervente, rooms) = (0) Oilinaal ‘5 ri ‘ = 8c. each aT Connections in
CYNTHIA NEWTON, yard. = 9365. M i t ble
nan ee, | te Le ae a tone e U.K.—CANADA—U.8.A,—VENEZUELA
ata Licensing Gent te pt The above will be set up to public} Bread—Plain .. ; ozs. for aut District pe he | competition at the office of the ur der | Before buying examine our extensive lists of high class
, th da > ‘wn | Signed on Friday, the 2ist of April, 195 = - . Property an 4 locate all a as
p Sock, a.m 7 a | at 2 p.m. | Notice: ——Bread—plain. The weight has been reduced from 2% ozs. perty and Land located in all areas
Police ae MORRIS ! CARRINGTON & SEALY | to 2 ozs. for 2 cents owing to an increase in the price of flour. Phone 4640 - Plantations Building }
™ a ea Lucas Street. | 16.4.50—2n.
| 31.3.50—18n. i ! | ae So =
NEW ' } |
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gopee . sO) at i. Pee \ ST. KITTS, April 17 cans with drinking water amd pecame used to the new circum- 14 seen: ne ae the time
cP “ce <7 as 3 LI The Leeward Islands Inter- other things.” They hardly had tances and then remembered food fish Clthe, ‘
J 5 o ¥ n School Tournament was continued space in their berths to lie down. and sleep. It was difficult and un- The only attendants
at Warner Park today with Crick- The Polaris drew much deeper pleasant for them to prone wing following them were
| et, Montserrat versus St Kitts than the normal waterline and food because i. Vg vend cos birds. They were seen
ae ee ers a rey a Pst ee ee page ge A ae “daily What . they eonne oe Polate a by
Stare aALLiT é i é - zy darowne yy e g We Ss. > - r * a ae. 1 Spacious
anan did some breezy batting They saw themselves surcharged mostly lived on was ae - tae ae quite lil ot ‘
making 50 without a chance put could do no better. Canarian National bate pl ae morning, Karulis’ compa nin j
— mine ro ia a c It was early morning, Maren of eee © wnt be “ waking _ joyfully, shouted, g
St. Kitts had 77 at the fail of 14, The secretary of the yacht easily . ; . day we sha’l hav
the third wicket and 149 for 6 at Club arrived to say farewell to This food can be boiled or used 2+ "last a fish has jue
| lunch time St. Kitts were all out them. They weighed anchor and with cold water. .. net.” Karulis ran out inty
| for 172. Brownbill 15, Francis 12, 3 Slowly glided t of He said that such a long trip -oving his head Of his
and Nelson 12 not out. Montser the Polaris Slowly glided ou vas rather tiresome because they poking his head through
and Nelson 32 not.out, ! S€T- the harbour after two and a half Was ratne : pars ”. door to find a flying fj :
pen ttegsnesdaaltnacslcans ___._——. | rat’s star bowler was Roberts wh spare time at all. Their ; B Sh about
/ ee ywier Was Roberts WhO yo onths’ lying, to fight with winds had no spare \ aie i inches long.
rain a months ng, to fig 7 5
took 5 wickets for 40 runs r at had no automatic steering :
‘ r kaart Aout teantnas started and rain again. boat oe ne of them had to sit ,, Although it was only thes
ee ar Rn Al 06 lat 3 60 um - Eearipke P af coffe fr They had planned to call et gage me at the tiller. ‘They tieth day of the voyage
9 : 9 9 | opened the innings ‘5 enerS Cape Verde, but as they had lost pn a quring the day every four 198 Las Palmas, Karutis
: TITLE. ( BF M | “Two wickets fell for 66 runs so much time, they set the course eee we in the night every two feeling that he was y
} = * 4 L At 6.00 p.m. the position was 95 direct for Barbados, thus shorten- OUTS, “1 had hardly fallen asleep sea. He had lost the
‘ | ae mons aw we g >» vovage by abo 300 hours - 7 : ave , time. From beginnin
- | -uns with no further loss. Roberts ing the voyage by about before I had to get up again. of cate sanendcaial Ht o
{ LONDON. | 27, Bramble 33 not out, Clarke 18 Miles. ; course, the sense of duty took up- ty Y WIth a greats
i Sas heat : E ‘ ‘ . . ‘ not out. The day of starting was warm ‘hand and the weariness van- terest but then everyth
NEARLY 7,000 football fans rushed to Kensington Oval OW, into the station at Waterloo came the West Indian | and sunny and with a light stern Sed” Karulis said itself, everything had become
yesterday afternoon to see Spartan defeat Empire 2—I1 in cricketers when they were doo, They stood around | wind, they slowly went away from "0" a began to take effey
a football game which was packed with thrills from begin- the platform in batches, smiling like they didn’t care if s ine sc Tle the high. clifts oe = rae ated ironed — a went: oo oe them. Their nervus .
hev , > + matct startn ates Use The night spreading its black perienced a very UNp easar ! were
ning to end iti’ ian ae? a they never won any matches. = z sine dies eth i them, they lost the ee One morning, sitting at the overstrained by too
\ sinnsaeile Err gerne: Opened ast. anc There were 12 of them arrived . Nc! gad he ge oat rh hen they etpelge se lis noticed that the log and too little sleep,
aie nema oo "ma 1 ee ee ee at ane In Jamaica ee ear a the speckatts eae ae patina in the line and he _In the afternoon of Aprily
core unul 15 minutes after play reason was not far to look—th« gan f ‘ y eaca.| yur emseives in eS - wa lines cf Barb:
é ‘ as art th Bi $, a ‘ , : se. t ae aa aay - rotator was bitten off, outlines cf Barbados eme
Harbour Log ha begun ven "a was cargo of Barbados rum was took. The fir mne-d fixture will pe Barbados ae ne) ee. : ed ye ner ae This was a of the light andy haus ig
making his debut for Empire The Customs boys didn't think @8@mst the Club Cricket Confer- Bess SLINGS N. Next day towards evening, OCR Oe sean hace next morning, they oO
Club in. first division football they were dipso., but ead stiil @m Kingston on April 28, and}. Starting boxes were used for the wind increased in velocity and great blow for = tee chor in the Fern i
IN CARLISLE BAY ouled Johron in the Empire didn’ >) 96 ithe aetustn hein tht t int nonente are| first time in Jamaican horse with it the waves too, washing log is a very important né avi cross .
‘ i t a n't feel 96 bottles would heip , ai Fatma ie 4 . ‘str t. especially for a long having crossed the Atlantig
are? . eS soal area thus giving Spartan 4 their Calpyso é nM t racing on Easter Monday, The in- over the board—because the boat instrumen™ especie’ rate days :
ans’ Henrie W ‘ererdsan,.: 8 penalty kick es They Te tate looked hee It i vi it this happy} Toduction was made at the six- was drawing much deeper than distance. Then they had to operate ys.
: Keith Walcott made no mistake ful band as they wer we ison voing to be very popu.| {Uutlong gate of the Knutsford Park usual and was not lifted by the | -—~—-—eeee =
Francis |W. S Sch. Psmit opened the scoring for in with a very big hand, They ar, and there icon eanvietion| track, out racing promoters intend waves. They then had plenty of
Y ae : MeN ess Se eee ) Se cee know. the | to extend their use throughout the work bailing out the water and PASSE PARTOUT ALL COLOURS
z : : : : fan by kicking the ball out were welcomed in by Sit Pelha | track sspecially during » nigt "1" S REINFORCEMENT R
01 I M h. Mary E. Of the reach of Smith into the right Warner and he Levesan-Cower, » lich they play that,| acs: especially during the night. METAL PICTURE RINGS i 1E INGS
Jalpha, Ya Beeric h. Molley hand corner of the goal looking a little less sterner. They K weather at all New World and PICTURE ART CORNERS 3
‘ +a : ; . ee Empire after this goal began to were welcomed by McDonald mye » than beat ' , a Dial
\RKIVALS pile on the pressure and shortly Bailey, who greeted all his old ao — we India B B ( Programmes After three days fighting with | ROBERTS & co. 3301, ‘
La Capt: | _## tons. after the first goal was scored, school chums gaily Tr were Colo! ww : ve en ret ones | onre Ne ‘ the big waves, they reached the| ee '
: Referce Sayers awarded a penalty Welcomed by and voice, ign eT TUESDAY April 18, 1950 trade winds zone where the wind| Ft
yne r kick to Empire but winger Mc- 4nd a clarinet the y pane : ia we a a.m. The News, 7,10 News was very moderate of force— t
‘ 6 That it re ti é ¢ erio | 4 s 7.15 1 < . aU, , s flat.!
7 } Collin just kicked the ball outside. | That is abou riot | ene 1.15 a.m Sa ary of four to five m.p.h.—and waves flat.,
: , r 4 Car This however did not daunt the like to go in tl snl preaghacng A 7 galt. : S: Sie Aas maltese aa ger “Now a quiet new world uncov- | N © a 2 4
Wa Agent hen 4 a te , But it-1 a neat e to gre f eve -Gower gramme Parade, & it BEC ered itself before us-—-day by day,
; Empire boys and they ill cor I : - . é | /
Foste tinued to test goal-keeper Harri them with their own kind of . : . | ba VM t eo £ 2 aie ius eae “2 10 oar oer night by night, clear blue sky or a)
| , Car : 1 At half-time the cor vas ul that they all love just abo oi se “ey : “INS | Analysis, 12 p.m. The Piano for sky dotted with light clouds and| *
' i changed : much as they love cricket art cluded M.C\ cretary | pleasure. 12.30 p.m, Listeaers’ Choice, the wind always astern. It was :
; 3.8 t ‘ Ca Rov , ang They don’t bother about ar Colonel R Kerr assist 1 a, On the Job, 1 1. p.m. Fadie something strange for us, who have} é
da Ce After half-time “mpire igain Spec lal food vhatever ol nt ee . vith his , . rig The : iia ee aie 3 mone all the time fought with head- | t
ide the attack trying to equalise is all right for u i Jol News from Britain, 2.15 pm. Sports Winds. The worst is behind us he ‘
DEFARTURES t everytime Gibbons and 5 W Goddard, their pt evie 2.30 p.m. Radio Theatre, 4 said.
ime Gibbons and Bowen i Le) , d OR: ” ym, The News, m » Daily ‘ a Ba ON :
i os: iii eek cleared fearlessly to the delight Manager J. M, Kidne Baby” Roy Sate gr aOR Tee For the first days they were so} §
: Pe edd ee oe Bit thay Were’ @ _, | Tune, 5 p.m, Programme Parade, 5,30 ore ge the rua ene f
ri . : ; vy t nimag tive n. Generally Speaking 9.45 “m. at they di t feel hungry or W
f T t oal came when Symmonds >Y the unimaginatt aptain ( rd ai Cod at tha Main & pose. Sasciitas sleepy, but meaee sittin ; rs the | CRINOLINE & STRA
ced a hard low pa: Harper impounding of thelr rur whic ‘ tro ;}7 pm. The News, 7.10 p.m. News PY, 6 | «5 : ;
the left wing who in tur! es Pare reg ; t \ Indies. | 5m Letter enone ee. L Raaio} Re | in white and assorted COIDUPS:.< senewninnio :
, tred faultlessly Dravtot uM weather A , 2 Newsreel, 8.15 p.m, On the Job, 8.30
arate ‘nin te ; ing food It w en the Ge +. OR 1 Bruce Boyce, 9 pim. Meet the; y t
, 10 kickes 1 e ne gIVINE ao far till . ; iN monwealth, 9.30 p.m. John Bull's} z | T
Harri » chance to have Harri ate arr ae ae r Pand, 10 p.m, The News, i010 p.m. | }
a es ke ready ple. are e bigge ore . vete Home News from Britain, 10.15 r. | Q
(bu ready: Bia ore the ae aan : Home News, trom eritin. 0-18, bm SCHOOL PANAMA HATS
le goa Ss 7. j 0.45 p.m. Report from Britain, rf i a) °
au thi adpetien?, Saceill Sugar... Fruit ording ter | Bicinay,| nem he ews IN YOUR Prices $1.30, $1.59 and $1.75
the ing t They've ot mn Walcott, Weekes, Worrell, Stoll-| |
e was given Some grape fruit, but ap 1 meyer, and Trestrail, All of| DIN \ | ( (
. Then when that nothing pecla ine these ive cored freely again t| Mhen our BACK | \ |
‘ ¢ ‘ like | ie ve a day or two look vo { ia anc ¢ MCC. intl y'
psf gare looked ie nice, London, 4 sa ; it ; and ther ov é {T lat nnovatior rom the p \ ij 0 . I
ou pach Bynot red the second Rastbourne fonks eaten age ‘, F on ACHES... The Money-Saving Way eat oe ee = ices J
Fj for Sparta kicking direct tenis cane Sine Tupper, | Backache is usually caused by lazy kidneys. :
Wty to the b after Ke Wal In their rogramme Austra béernd) : The kidneys are the blood’s filters. When SELECT NOW from this wide \
vho was brought fron Sock Ps ceed | they get out of order, excess acids and : on
cott—who was brought from centre ciiliinatatintlinnsion see a Jett ono" poisonous wastes stay in the system. ee Paci ag cs a FANCY PURL CAPALINES |
forward position to right wing it os ese ; , em DLCO | Then backache, headache, rheumatism, hogany and Cedar, Birch and Deal : : A f
sical ache wae ek the early part of the second hall Jamai ‘a Sperts ro ec Spec" disturbed rest or that ‘tired out’ feeling Wide brimmed in white and — tuscan ;
pee ale BA! . canicgadie eveekt:.” lve ecark soon follow. To make your kidneys werk Dining and Luncheon ables h ;
' Farfan, Leonard id, ‘Isabel was now Spartan two, Empire one. "Pp Dae, ay Saeed ol !\ | properly—and to keep them in good order — round or oblong, tip or fixed eac : dsisintieed me nnneneneewesnshan sam ee
: ; oO ‘ld Had . o : Empire tried again to equalise I eam | ol I ! inidad regard to the , has had | use Dedd’s Kidney Pills. Dodd’s Kidney T 3 . t
} 5 Nifred 1 ind a chance came when Harper Barbados Advocate Corresponde oe 3 ) ym hime | Pills quickly rid your over-burdened blood ops, Sideboards, China Cabinets, la aN tie ae al 4
} CORE, NEDD BAI. ey Tee passed to Drayton but Warris was KINGSTON oa idit =F of — acids and wastes so that pure, Tea Trolleys, Wall Cabinets, }
; en Sak in position to cateh the ball from Plans still in the formative stage vie | fresh blood flows to every nerve and muscle. :
I f t Pint Drayton but after ad rev , are afoot for the visit of a thirt He } : 2 horses | Then you feel better—look better work ene Be Mbpeiaered DE SERS
* few stey vith the ball Harris ™an sporting team from Jamai¢ | he way | better and you are ready to dance with Chairs All at MONEY SAV i
ar ed it: ard het wihille Trinidad, St, Luci Gre ! or hes joy. Insist on the genuine Dodd's Kidney ; J 4 0 9 :
rie dropp dit a id or a short while 1% “pean pe a mln ke tated. M ‘cquisi- | Pills im the blue package with the red ING PRICES !
. ck cahed _ int 2 — the trip will be asked to pay their * oa. ne ee oe ghertiu!
per it mit ¢ erly i v ask pay i ae |
| to retrieve the ball . it OWn travelling expens itt L.E.S. | 10, 11, 12, & 13 BROAD STREET
Gibbor gain w here t leat their host tanding the othe , bet as ters ——— { L §. WILSON
i kick tl yall int ‘feild. Pees | ; af - \ iraiated ; .
: ' - ee ' nt a . : Footballers, cricketer tennis {i FOR s ALE } Trafalgar Street. Dial 4069 :
“ co players and hockey playet ‘ 5 oe \ ————————
I ' y ‘ ere i © of whom would come from the }}) a SPSS PIES PE PV OOPS .
am Kingston Cricket Club com i} T ANKS 7 ——=- y | PRESS
; \t the rtan ha
, I rise the tear j i
at See Whdon ana OF 1e team y B, ‘ A G d ‘i ; A new economical decoration (
! Pi Phe hs nent Marri BARBADOS FRIENDLY i mtrol, Atkinson Field offers for sale a 00 Night 5 |
Spartan:—Har sowe Giv . el el fuel storage tanks, at present located : ] ‘ C GS
sat Johuee issues, FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION | er of steel fuel storage. tanks, at present located ['$ for WALLS amd CEILIN ,
{ Ceee ‘ , Walcott Evely Chase \ rO-DAY'S FIXTURES ) REST
Gitten Berwick Wavell Spo Chut nt velded steel construction (
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Empire:—Smith. Grant. Bynoe Referee Mr. F My ipa rhickness Size Shape ! 7
Penrode vs Reeds 1 ( " = . . P I
Col Sy nd Drayton Referee Mr. E i 88 ewe ve | Dia. Lgth Is So Important
Wilsc \ e, W Bt.. Masthevs v8. sre \) te | : 3 .
Referee Mr. F. Branch 10° x 32 Cylindrical > "
} fA Sega TOES — }) f 10’ 6" x 39 | Do you sink peacefully on your Covers in one coat
Shieairaed weNtades ore Git pillow and float away on clouds | rere 7 n
: : yp 77 Dia. Depth of restful sleep? Supplied in Powder form in many attraclive Cow
we V eather | Or do you lie down with
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PAGE TWO BARBADOS AOVOCATK fUESDAY, APRIL 18, n M Qahib Calling H IS KXCSLLBfCY th* Governor atter > on the University College of tne Was* Indie* which was given b> Mr. P. M She. lock. Vic*-Principal of the tha Y.M C A headquarters last motif. A Lowly bouquet L EAVING Sea well on Sa-r i* for Trinidad were Mrs J. A Moore, who were married on April S at Bethel Church. Accompanying them on to the plane were Mr. and Mls$ %  mother and sister of the groom. together with Mrs C W Cumberbatch and Mis* Olga Jordan. mother and aunt of the bride Many relatives and friends were at the airport to see them off, and the Bride was presented with a lovely bouquet by Mrs. Edna Scott Couldn't Remember M R. COLIN FIELDS who arrived :. week ago from Trinidad is here for his annual ( holiday and is staying with Mr and Mrs Ivan O C. r> Villa Rosa Passage Road. Colin is in the Insurance Department of Messrs. Gordon Grand and Co.. Ltd.. and will be returning 10 Trinidad on Sunday. Saw him yesterday at the Aquatic, and he's been away so long that he eouldal remember %  Coast Road Joining Q.R.C. Staff M R. AND MBS W H and their two children left an Sunday bv li W I A.. (Of Trinidad. Mr Hodgson several yean has been Form An Agency M R. LUIS BLANK and Mr Ernefto Aramburn who are *ith Shell Co.. in VMg -mpanied by Dr. Alfredo Scannone a lawyer in Caracas returned • la over the week-end. after spending two weeks at the Marine. They are all of the opinion that f the hotels in Barbados got together and opened an agency in Venezuela advertising the island as a tourist resort, it would more than pay for itself. Going To B.G. RAYMOND DE SOUZA arrived on Saturday irom Trinidad is here to replace Mr R. Stanley of the National Cash Register Co, as Mr. Stanley is going to British Guiana. Mr de Souza is staying at Abbeville Guest House. Visiting Her Daughter M RS. I WARREN, wife of Mr. S B. Warren. Manager SecJ.tcher Connell and Co., L*l 'eturned from Trinidad over and, where she has been far about two weeks visiting their Mrs Donald Allcroft, *i'w husband works with T.L.L. ,i Vt .nte g Pierre. St. Lucia # Delegate OTU M !! ALLAN LOUISY who arrived from Trinidad on Satirdav bl the St Lucia nt*j for the Civil Service This mil Ference which opened here looks u Dtj %  today. Mr. Louisy was in Trin%  r-Tence of Election and th pistol is disciost.-' as a of Officers and is President of the cigarette lu: %  laU. D In St. ^ho fOJ where he is Registrar of the %  'ers are Supreme Court and Magistrate of at the Lodge School is taking up on sale in New York for less than : gueen's Royal College in Trimdad. i m Back In Barbados |R. DAVID EVANS Snr, who GREAT musical honour i*l Supervisor of Catering T.C.A. for many years was In i" % % %  %  is here for one week'.; charge of tn local branch ... • week, in holiday as a guest at the Ocean Messrs. T R Evans a.id is l Mr Colato was on with tbi %  !fht which arllirn d i ling Brit,.,. ,., the serwill be here I viceopened and f^ur months. Mr Fv here and his nai %  Explanation M R Diilncl 3. Was on T.C.A. Fint Flight A*v. A V. COLATO, who l Iho Two Swedes Leave Today THE two yojng Swedes Jan Paltins and K their M -iru will be leaving Barbados early to-day for Trinida lag of their journey around the world Ahead of them otherwise are the ports Panama. Australia by way of the Pacific. New Zealand. Incia. and Sweden by way of the Red Sea and the Mediterranean This voyage lasts for two or three .ears. The Swedes love Barbados and are sorry that they cannot stay here longer. The sea-bathing fascinated the skipper Ernest Karulis who said That he swam three times each day. Karulis said that he and his companion did not see much of the island. They spent most of their time on the ship. Karulis liked to sun bathe. Engine troubles prevented the Swedes leaving yesterday. However the engine has been repaired and they feel quite sure of sailing today. The boat, although oni;. tons and giving 6 knots, rode the seas well. Karulis gave the following description of the voyage from Las Palmas to Barbados.. Because of his illness, the;forced to stay in Las Palmas for -< long Ume and they had the opportunity of seeing the festive season wkfighting. < -KU-I iji!.:i As for the festivals, theie was not much to say because they were quiet, without any splendour of exclusive character taking | at the Yacht Club. Caitna Hall and other places of amuscn Karulis thought cock-/ the only "exciting and h,;izardou->" almas, Describing the game, he said "the cock fighting season starts L from the beginning of rcbru.iryj* It takes'* SPRING PRINT Do Not Cut Your Hair II* Joan fcr%.Wii.e If *ou h*ve the agonising task f pinning your hatr in curls cn tad are screlj 11 rlaaKawi off lik n Haw Man* ,ijo. a***, 1W GET INsaid the driver who for eol h „,„„„„ !" *Jlj, was operatln an impromptu lte bxwMn uw %  rt?' the circus srnui. ul lh £/5 for twenty-live .1' Hnw you out each Just then two more persons ' many psn^ re altogeiher^ P L A Z A %  BSte. scrolls "aw fine peD-strofeea in Macki -'"' ou e r *, iiiu.ui as* BMm %  ,,oed •xiin Met I Ml* i BEAUTY CULTURE and ends on May 31 It tain '*""'> place everv Sunday' G !" > -Most of the spectator, |0 I wage bets. and. so there reigns M '> ' !" „..,._ ,.„ ... ..it .v... ..T.... rw.r..!hv Gray Lululon s,al.'!V will nraiopiijii p, lima for a stay Mrs. L, K. Rutledge .1 ..-.I Mr Jn .l Mr. Winnipeg were SaturP''"l' Is Supervisor of ,s In the n, r .m'e .-ESS glad to know about tw %  Farm St Andv Love Of Travel I T is. km broug!• los on they ; befoi. to be here I year n niidad. Imirth Visit J H ERK Charlie English J a..a, ..* Geju^nsir ..Kr..v*._* it.MLini.nc .i nt VM Returning to W.I. 1 ad pianist %  ilian rapreaentativc Vacuum Oil Co. Inc In %  A New > Trinidad I this is hi? fourth Going To Bermuda return i ru. November for a combined holiday • % %  %  ; Hippodrome, where %  ,-hange mu I 'tat she wuuld probably make Trinidad her headquar:, %  I %  %  .. tour In the — With I he lib. Air rorcr %  vt months L i kan.i %  A long cupied untU :., the West 1 on Batu %  oil leturiinn; to H^; badi Lt. <'. U.S. Anti.i n California Bl 4 nl leave here with I famih 1 %  %  club. On Sal dos ei Herkei hu Mr. and Mrs .1 Andneus uf Balmoral Flat*. Mi %  ^|C inri>, dii-i, " innr iviin, ,,, during the |.i. "The house of 1,200 seats Is I Win hooked beforehand not standing the expensive tin. from six to nfteen p.-.' ""' M "Ths piaas an arranged by two %  : : %  -'•' % %  Ihoseinlerened. clubs "Jnlana" and "San Jose" Every Sunday seven pairs of ,. ,. Wn „,„_JJ ..... cocks fight sewi, • B • %  lung to a rpe. of cocks so-called nght:Ad u pmhibiteJ and being trained by MariM traiaers. All their lightim; strength lies In their legs, pro1 vided by artificial spurs m %  %  • theirs are not sufficiently food, •ipurs. The spui s poetant weapons to injure the | the club for opposer." ': the club's minimi.-"In the middle uf the hall, there •: |g a small round arena with two ;door* where come the train. : is that they [with a cock from each of the Parted to ".ssingthe eluba. Before the sUrt the cock :ch. about I "A normal round of a right lasts from live to ten minutes but there How Long? are also cases lasting for half an hour Sometimes the nyti: ,„ ."* ,. tnvs *hen both of the combat%  %  > '" "' '" %  ,;""'. !" e h > gth." Their lighting spirit and adv ' i. gtarn male to think, or feel r ,.i? like a female. The gen-' leeaan will bear me out'" Whether you agree with this' Caet lemains i!.. some months a quiet revolution has been going on in this particulai j Salon — clients who have asked close-cut hair style have been dissuaded gently, then sent away with a soft romantic coiffure. The new softer-har•;11 short, but is softly md long enough to tun under with grace. Each woman o designed to suit her particular type of face. Try to resist the temptation to hair right off—if this s what you really want, it should have been done twelve months it was really new. Pleats j Warning against pleats — we have been told repeatedly that .:i be cleverly conceiv|ed to keep the slimming line. Pleats in moderation certainly .io achieve this effect, but a skirt that is heavily box-pleated all round, or knife-pleated, or kilted merely makes a woman with larg." I Urger than ever. The pleats that ARE slimming are the "sunburst" — pleats witnin pleats which kick out wher. walking; single pleau; deep inverted pleats, or groups of pleats ^W-TTOT LA01 BBOWI N>-DAT :. A s.so P.M. I'\K \M(IIM presenU ALAN LADD in "CHICAGO DEA1H l\| WEDNESDAY & TIItRSDAV 5 & 8.30 P.M. DOROTHY LAMOUK in . A MEDAL FOR BENNY and lUrt IN rilE MGHT yu 8J0J -Qg etSftfaTtpw / AQIAT1C VIA B CBSWMA [Members Only) inH IAL MATINEt:: TCI-DAV St J p.m. nil: OKLAHOMA KID" SUrrlnr IHMrllREV BOOART—JAMES (' \i\RY_ KO-LMARY LANE Also "BEHIND THE BIG TOP" A ^-reel short in Technicolor Showing it.mum ..ml Biil.y-, Cirrus TO-NIGHT CO Till RSDAY NIGHT at 8.3S MATINEE I" -MIIRROH .1 I p.m. I'ARAMOINT oresents EDWARD G. ROBINSON—GAIL RCSSELl—JOHN LUND I ..ilcasti over the BBc • %  %  oerforIhras to four fights." III. !•„. %  BY THE WAY 8, BUCKOM** A MATI I ling I brains of to-da> has apo a Stan. : %  He has ..I lowed t-ut not boa ing <>i 1 asked %  lor It i i uinpet*. : %  would i if this man told mu) would i %  have a b t •,< kl%  • -in '// i//(U/i> i gJT us suppo-1 Li Cecil was selling %  %  : I %  MU HI rh -.ii %  %  te ask 33* hillings for aa I ..(I without %  %  2s. tkl table charge I ... %  aarpel ani itra and sup,. ^i.-r^es 2Ss. Suppletnei.t.. use of restaurant SmikkO f"i intrilfiUuiii>ur .Milking i-uil* mi> I 1 look -t stonojuiPi Like a wi eeuree" N %  with June Rupert and the Dragon Pills -21 > te i i :iromn > %  n I i -h.le tb pel dtigon %  ( lupptly bcti Inm • iitv fly out ot do!.jtd. "Whsi I'j.lding*." T ,>. rt ea i Whal >umbers? KIND two numbers which when :nultiplied together or added %  Jinc to the same result. Two plus two equals 10 times two equals four.) One of the two numbers sought in this poser is a whole number not including) seven and thirteen. The other number :i one and four and is partly composed of units of tenths. What are the two numbers? tftsMj mo >*n<> NIGHT HAS \ 111(11 v \M> EYES" ith VIRGINIA BRUCE—WILLIAM DAMERt&T t.MMH TO-DAY 5 & .3U YOLK LAST CHAM I To see lite Uemlliesi .! all Females PEGGY CUMMINS & JOHN DALL in Ih'iuilij is III*' It'iitttlv WKUNKSDAY & TIHKSDAY j & .:! P.M. JOANNE DRUE & HICHARD NORRIS Obis'*, Qhiih Stoie" Supeiman couldn't keep his mud on as Mil CROSSWORD r (^n j \ T 4M 7T V *. 1 1 —v "^ 1 71 iii 04 nuaflita to U14r.c ... 8, >. 3c;r DOMeasioo u oseaed Qtn (4. Here is tong "line come* "o Sad. (•) D ^ [fflpl %  I On Liuuing can* lor moir i.. :•> aurely. 5. iintiodi twlga %  lull). Suilwi ll 'ii* IHU ID) (uc-.i;u eown HI the •:. %  tr-a iac. (> I rnnelee. {*) hour u here, %  M een tcsj now. uii —. A Shecial Purchase of. . MEN'S HATS 2-16 CRYITOQIOTK-Here'* ho to work it: tXIDLIAAXI (s LONOI i i i •• w Ons Utter simply stands foi another. In this example A is uud for the three t; \ for the to Oa. etc Single Inters, apostrophies, the length and formation of the worii* are all hints Bach day the COM lettara are oifferent % < rtplogram (juolalitn f.Q D n p z ci 9 u T CCU V A I Y l' H Z P R %  ABOP QRCB OP. KRH D B S X T fl CIPO RBC-VC OKZL __ m O>p IM.-D • 9. Ttf^ ALL AT BUSINESS H0URSMON. 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T DA v. U-Rli. i>. m:. Sr „ a i Jfmtm gea Scouts Win Signalling Competition j*enamed .. %  !. ftriiston rr aoV *„: dr. Charles Cer and of the A D C Mr %  a Hai ujembled and given instructions. We sympathise with the ind B"dos. i Sea Scout Group in ^,1 two i>( the r chosen having to work tab*, unexpected £ne to complete their team 0 f four B ibermerc hnth had incomplete teams, and JTonlv First S Memorial and St. fielded complete teams Congrats to F rat Sea Scouts who won the COBpetW will now repreaent the i .:-District Competitor!. We also congratulate Gill yial on % %  rformancc in gaining second place on theii fl'rtt appearance in the field. An illustrative lecture was riven fag wnes fisheries Officer, on Friday night Itit at the First Sea Scouts Headquai'' : Point. In a most instructive talk. Mr. Wiles gave the early background | fishing in Barbados and of : aa in th> British Isles ami Scotland, leading rieht up to his appointment as Fisheries Officer. He also explained the various methods of catching various hook.used, an of the loc.il banks. Among those who were the D.S.H., Mr Cyril te, Mr. Kenneth Pile. "•iethcll group. Mr. Ralph Brathwaite. S.M. of ComberBere Troop, and Mr. Ogle, a tUiting Scouter Iron Guiana, an Y M C A. and St. Patrick's Groups. Bikini Seconds Leroy Davla aud Malcolm Taylor oi to Holetown on Simda-. this in keeping With I'H' hint keeping -Logs'. Members of Troop al; hike last Thursday. These buys, under the kadfrship ot theii S M Mi nerds Graumrn warn lo Brighton where tbrj i of sea-bathing. The S took opportunity diem a fi a methods. Troop Fonda There ian opportunity for ning some fv.ds foi ay do-ng dog for a ftiblic Concern. Foi furl ff ScoutMai %  %  UA.USAIIOS AlfVOt vii; I HONOUR CREAT INSTITUTIONS AKtT CONDUCTED -7H£ HOt/S£ Of C0MM0M3 Trade Union Rivalry Continues In Jamaica (Advocate Correspondent). KINGSTON RIVALRY between the trade union wings of Jamaica's two political parties continues while a Oovernment-app unfix! Committee is currently investigating the position unions in industry with a view to racofluneodifig machinery tar the settlement of representational disputes between trade unions with minimum dislocation of industry. Th struggle between the tare unions—the Bustarnann Trade Union and the T:. Congress Of Jamaica — begun Ionic before the Decem: Uone, but waa pressed with Incraaaing vigour immediately following the elections, us the People'* National Party decided that increased union membership wai necessary to political victory at the next elecliont-, and the Jamaica Labour Party realising that ground was lost because, of trade union deterioration is movin>. I tun* lost membership. At Prenenl Jamaica Has Corn For Export Barta* %  KINGSTON. J'& The ComiuikMoner of Commerce lattiei in Jamaica. Mr. ii^losed here this week thai potential market for Jamaican manufactured cornme.il In the other West InXliae. When efforts were being made last year, during the heavy harvest of corn, to sell these islands many .iiited cOrnmeai instead, Mr PfHuaon said, adding that iiiust of the British Cam onies had no mills to grind corn and bought their requirements from the United As lonj i .uie to sell James Street Croup (oiu.ii The ai' nent will competitut I ,. ri l be able to export all its surplu 7.30 pm This is : .imp in Auguhope evei i :o make %  rests 2 -. u an be obt i i.y of the "' rid Guides In UnlfOn tor Hah ftice at the door. Film Mum al \\\\. The South Waatarn District J Seoul ;i. Hackles Road on | V p.m! St QaoKte'a Day *RS and GUIDES IN Sunday next, 23rd April will be lt| of the .,n parade %  t St. Qaoraa'i church at the 11 o'chx, at sent tr Sooutmai %  woup Sci atnuiitara y by all section, of ItM Move"Tjant. and every maml i attend at least one service durint! m .., The usual Good Turn Campaigns, c, a* carried out throughout the iuand difaivitation The Divisional Commander of •wended a eordl Jits Athletic Jw* at Harrison College pound a Wedali Mu Ma| %  hipuo Day. Kquipn %  double the ; luction i the Government-owned factory .... year. Hut \o Goatskins i %  manufactu which is %  -of shoes At present the T.V.C is stronp m the town area*., such as KlasBlti aod Montego Hay. while the 1U.T.U. controls Uie rural areas. particularly the j>u*ar districts, with the situation on 0* front In n state of flux and confusion. The T.U.C. has I i ii*lh in the sugar industry and recai lowing demands for recognition by the T.U.C. as a vital factor In the industry, there have been a number of strikes on sup* which have been tracci to T.U.C. activity, and d one H1-.U" rthy Park Suuar strike—to T.U.C. officers. In An AURouml Success %  C tSTRIES, St. Luciu. I celebration of the St. Lucia Seal %  %  i nesday and was an all-round SUCC* I Ini delegate was Mr. J. W. Nleholson. Secretary of the Qrnade ".. uder the distinguished of His Honou. f Mr. J. M Stow. CJLC Stow, the proceedings itntoaphan i n the Adti and this .seitum of local labour. Thanksgiving services at both the Church of the [n Itav. I"r. %  : %  %  Sermon, anu at HcJj Church wh< J. Laui. day of lejoai: to the I raapacti\ A through the cttj %  Praatdant, Hon \Hon. J. IJ. 1). Osh • r and Mr, G* Secretary. a.m. in the Union Hall %  Among 11 %  %  %  M. Simmoi :!:ne police riot squads in,.,,. %  ve bean alertei mth ua elaah betwaen the two unions on the Kingston waterfront winch is expected to flare up anytime now. the union-. for membership ha& icsulted in a to other Bl rl Baan COUnnumber of representational disi ., Jamaica Government is puies Bn j strikes In industrv ut>sidies. (Pood about $36.5011.000) Onl> hob 111 in the future : lizcd sugar. %  %  i I \peil*ivc %  %  'nrers will %  %  ..^ar. tau rarsnhroughly %  l %  %  I %  I N £ Discharges Meftl Pie LONDON %  %  JiMltce. L high leg,, appeal case In Q Division m London. And Lord Goddard's conduct was as stern and impartial as at the fam py trial at the Old Bailev recentRulins thai there was no standard by which a meat pie could be defined provided it contained meat, he solemnly refused to delicatessen owner whoso meat pies were found to contain only 7 ^ per cent meat. A FOCHI sector had brought the pffl oaaa to the High OOWl after failing to obtain a conviction In %  Sunriorlnnr!. Durham, magistrate's court He summonea Lambert Hanney under the Food and Drugs Act. 1W8 for "selling meat were not of the substance and qualtly demanded hy the purchaser" The Sunderland magistrates said there was no fixed standard laying down the minimum quantity of meat for a meal pie. This BBM upheld by Lord Goddard in the appeal l..iv. MIS lor lh( toon protested th..: aceOTding to "a meat pie Iheuld contain at taaal cent of Meat i OCd Goddard. ackjl. %  .irwilyis! It would h. i much monMtlataetorOy to have 1 ouaewife The four-. rent meat ., ,. 1 N ^ %  I which reccnUy cause Ue G .^locally she* manu1obBnbl|cnui r facturers wi IJiave-toJ comprised tap dancinx by Mr. %  rainiatratoi : made 111. At es loclui ner for I %  who ronthbute. Lux wishes percven m cold I LUX KEEPS ALL DAINTY CLOTHES LIKE MEWI Resolution Of Loyalty >P*>rn (Xw St. I*lci.i Cf*Tr-\%  RIMS. It has been decided to obeervel Bl Lucia LagtaleCure on Monda1950. A special meeting of Council will be held that solution of I lha King will be paagard :<-s in tho Windward Islands will Da Invited .as made at a meeting yesterday Chief Jusiic •c Backache Gone Paris Declares War On Hals France, iliea : ipalgn m Indo-Chiiia. 8) rat • %  I p omciaiiv estiniMteo earb %  and t h i aatoattata Including %  %  / stami by kUe when ral nd refrain from %  i %  N s Neighbour tald "TAKE DOANS IT IS SURPRISING bow quickly badcadic, lumbago, rheumatic paioi, •tift arattng musdea or roinu and common urinary JiiordendiK to sluggbfa kidney acnua can often beoveroocae. Strong, active kidnevi tlcguard your health hy straining exccM uric acid and tarmi.il wastes out of the syitein 1 idney Svtioo is inadequate and IUW to filter ibe blood rT>ry, r^* n trequenuy result. Doan'i Backache Kidney Pills bring hipp helpsag to clcante ihe kiJr, their action. You can retj .liuretK and urinary ant) %  rseansl meu aod women have i Dcalth they have regained by I1A 2 5.1Ask your Oej/rr me %  bed'duns w 100,(M)( Sttekan :.-••! t the people, and the period we are going through after elei Asked to eUborata. King Paul iwphed "oi • into conhaa happened in and '. i lona, the patiott .mi: then the bandit 11 the sacrifices the people haw been through. %  chuuiuii called The letter was laing cverythinR and everybody. The Aa n baaaador is right about %  i Oovi mrnant Bui he left out the factors that theie were lota of reconstruction before ting was over, iulaau of It and bridges rtetoreugKested an explanation that th^ i duck had been jilted by it* mate %  arching for it. It has, ,\n a newi onc.—l t-'IM SAFKR THAT WAY VICTORIA. Canada Commeniing on a ear-theft case recently. Judge HI ley endorsed police who draw guns before dosing in on law-breakers. "That's what I'd do myself," he said. "11*1 Uie proper thing to do." -




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TP s „ n APRIL 18. 1950 n LASSIFIED ADS. """" !"!" BABBADOS ADVOCATE %  run £•*••* :ir %  J**! NOTICES IK fc ADVOCATE .Monday i ^.. FOR RENT HOUS£ COT-Or. • Whs %  ium.sl.ed i FOR RENT over alton "^ THANKS i.nlif then* all par*** 1 %  2T'^5r in arrv -Mjr way I****, ~. wmpMhy to us. in £7Trt Captain MuMI Griffith ^ OrtflHh daughter-in-law). £21 OrtRth. MWH Griffith. Syrv Diikrti i grandrrtum thanks u ir """V grSSSSSSjuasrS **** ?"* W and wreathe and other —rpiUiv in our rerent %  used by the death uf J7ST DIAniAL JORDAN. *""? JUL MlfMm JolMi I JJ 0 S^rBlJT.unil. AMon.^Ruphli. IN MEMORIAM on April iwh it %  MO* J*W !" rt 1 V linger*. Utr. kind and UM AM '*'*" ""l Roach SeWUry Laundry Co. Tel ]9l| ** 1 1.3 H-( f. R "* LaYr-From (Vh Mov ., S^iJS 1 Utw ,ullv "-m'shed hnj? cool position Eacetlent nthly. RIKM Don. 334* II 4 N %  bathing tis i Apply Mr* A. D Christ Church Phono .____ 1*4 S0-3n "£25 ** %  "' aarned by obtaining order. "" 1 "^r.",v"' "' B.MI ir KM ii 11 I*. h)d -' 4 %  % %  "* OlW 4* NOTICE ">• IT of the om..>iii„ th 3rd %  i>. Monrftv lh PAGE si:\ i \ GOD'S WAY OF SALVATION MADE PLAIN" Book from S. 30. Centrol Avenue. Beiijot N. Ireland OSSOOO^O^Oti' £LfJ*fc3ajeaI-t*I Exprrlnc*d qi.i Nbi. KM.1 bulkt Mutt >• plM*ntly upokcn. vrllllni. ar-1 r• %  p•^ t Of %  uwrvUliu ork of uml-i but Ion e l>y lottcr to IT W. t o The AdvocMto Chi.rtn TAUiy rurr.lihl Cbntalnlni, FtW BodrooiTM. Drawin* and Dlnlni roorr* Vrr.n.Uh owhSklnS^ tho li tnd Wl modorn convmloru-o* DUI 3*07 13* SO—sn UT1. Mwlr con-| t Mrtd. Thr^ Bodroom. rutwUn* WMOT. All itiotlm. convfiumrn G.-M*. fruit irow. u*n. Archu Ctarlw Ptwn. 4&30: 8 to p m 1> SO-frt bch and %  [•OCIUM. or rhone Ownr Uw land ront |, prnnim in JIM IS 4 50- (. hat pauaMh _. r*m#ini*r you'' I* SO—I" b tonne mmory of uur dtr bU iftCi; ROACK. *-no WM U X Bldnlfbt %  )> aro Mblnlnc (ton "o %  lonrty %  T^T a gr. -c love so damrly U v>! t coutd not Htm fac -K•*• u inUUnar And vat** %  '"" "'' Sema %  '• Mnr fyn oDun ar* MIMP The firant family %  J.od FOR s \i i: IMOTIVE b.Hi June Ftocdaon, 10 cwl |Van nJlaa** .uider It.OOO. .rt-ntT k h food condition, tor\newln. IflNOO or narmt .rfar. App* IA BMM'i Auetlon luotna. Ha*d[AIM. • *-m. to IS noon dally, is 4 SO—an i^K~CVCI- Hill, rrora JUM tat rvlh Badraoma Apply MH I.vnrh '.VI rr fall Plat No. I Tekphono 14TT IB 4 SO -on IM III H SAMS AUCTION l^BKi^rr^v';. % su 5 n y 'O IB45 "* %  **>' Aurnrtdar Vnlu* i the Barna-1 m n •..> %  ... n.iar on COTTLE. CATTOKP, A C.' l4JO~5n Sat! s a.::xs Apply i tettkH pm % %  nrepaul on ,CO IJMtTTD %  In th BAJtBADOS ratx INwisrr*.rxt.iA KDH li: %  %  !. By inalnictlon from Mm Uii I will .ell by auction at her > %  %  >.. .. of Cheiiea Road on Tueaday the iBth ..( April ,i two o'clort one | 18 x 10 l>ou>e And on Thuradav the Win ai two o clock on the .pot *i Bay Street obliquely opposite the Aquatic Club Gap a i-hattel buiidinc called Mer-.u of saUery. drawing and dlmnt rooma. two bedrooma, kitchen. lolM -in* PUM. Both houtt* to be M be aold. DARCV A RlTtANCT 43 >harea l n __ nNimY LTD PING & TTtADIXr; CO LTD CARJUNnTON' H4KMn. pAR-'.-*a 1 *d S II P with %  houl Radio. Apply: Millet Hoom rjkaaatlana Build iiia-. Telaphoi.r 114 50—Sn D'Aicy A. Scott of H—rln 1 Jrara the following prop.%  George 'II One property ,,., acrei of land and a two %  twrcy hoi which i in perfect order Al SI. Jamea one ill property convi.t. of around 30 acre* of land and a t storey Stone house which La. a lovely 'lew of ihe MI At Carlcl Church one '! property i uUng at v arable acre* ol land an wo storey Wall hou*e. At St Joseph one 'ii pveaMtl ng of 10 acres of land and a stone wall House, witr. .. D'ARCV A SCOTT. 1S.4J0—4n B-One Vauxholl 14-G. cood workpast. 11. P KarrtK & Co, Lower [atnet. Phone 4049 IB* JO-On -Ota Ford V-. 1*39 modal. Just nertaiilsd and painted. Phone L 0 Layne Oarage. Tweedside 11.4.50—On. lew Mortis i(>-cwi. Van Jui %  aniMdiate drliVMO' FORT IX OARAGE LTD. Tearphone IS 4 30—4n ^-0n* Morris D II P. S( '.sn 1n Al 1 condition. L. Alleyne. Fnrl W Ltd U.4.50.—Jn. *n-U G Sports Model. In good maw. new tyrw and top. No J olfrr refuaed'. Apply Jttflawew Phone 1435 IB 4 50—An •ITK One redaral truck, with i*kt> %  ojirhaulad. Fairly Good Tyrea. sao to \Uy lln IBM. 11. Jaaqn %  (•.LIB f 13 4 56—Sn iKTBiaL ff=—* '"•" TO-DAY at Q %  3toN t, CO LTD Broad gTOCK % %  ^ ill Thon>uihbrMl rttly by Apply O L. B"l ICEIUNE0US "nvi PABTS run, ^. vn-c.nm: riam> 0fm~. 0.ir.,or.. .nd otlW ^"i. Auio Tyt. Co. TrsUlrar Jjjunran i-irr „y,,r ~^7~ ** A.-IW Dip. ]|c to || I BAIIKIB ,m T.TH PJ-JJIM . .1, an* .u— fOBj SS~ ^~" nIUl. Clock/^• %  l Jfdra AIM TXA ,,"". ""^"I-ART ATI-. ** %  > rR ,*i_ w nam TO LTT>. Bn^d St It 503n 1**.S0—*l ^"DCKTHnion n_, ul &S l '*.."i UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER THE FLILMTVf ;: CAKKBULU iiouai: By inatrvotton rervaved from Mrs John Hi-ay Km ifornterly Mr. Ernberlcos we will aell b-v minion if the and. :ird .•rid *th May the (Ltnutiur .aid houaeholo efPecia ol Caneneld Houae. SI. Thomas Furtner parUculars will :. BHAN-KER. TROTMAN aV CO. Aurlldtir-rr. 1>4. SO—In REAL ESTATE "THE BERWICK" Situate In Two Mile Hill. St. Michael, -t.nding oa 17.0a* aquare feet of land The house ranudn* drawing and dining noira. two hedrtinrns. pantry, kitchen and usual out c-fnoea. Water and ElectruI l.t Ba> vauitr room Irt the yard. Inapectlon or, application mi the prenu•*• to Mr. Werkaa !he tenant. The above will ba> eat up for sale at Public Competition at our office In Luc*. Street. UrKlgelown. on Friday Ihe 21t April 1W60 .'it I p in CAJOUNUTON Ar SCALY Solicit*. 15 4 58—n ^r'^^^^rd-'p.an^ Pan-, of s.. jaining n-, admeaau.em.mt I Aero i Hoods. 4.1, Perrhes or thureabout. "wpection anv da v lietveen 10 a m ca „.n. For further particular! and CondiUona of SaJe. apply t 0 the u.deMay.idTlil 4 App April Master fr.r the %  Uu 1(00. to toach Spanl-h arvl bJect* 1 on approrrd Scale acrordini at..in and experirncc isent with full ari experience, -of late, than ISn.l PAaUai o'aanlrt a' I ay %  _, hait •.nnr.1 l CTerk. Andrew cSe—la SttufSAWER LONGER! NOTICES W II AVTIflCS Sec. to Oov Podv. Boy.' Foundation School 4V1 ?n MISCELLANEOUS %  FAOOM wilEEM-wlth aale. with or ilthout tyres. Apply Manager. Blackr^n's Plantation. St. Joaeph. l3.4.W-eri. U> AMD Sltvri' H .'rprice* paid for old lold and .ilvrr Jewellery and scraps Y De Lima ACv. Ltd || t M ti WAKTFIl TO SPVT IIOl-ST Near Sea for .ly months a i-ore Phone 3*07 after B o'clock Mr. 18 4 SO—.hi I'lHSOXtl The public era herebv warned iigalnid ivinar credit to ,,.. gjj -o r.recu> aa I do not hold m.aelf reble for her or anyone else conrractlng any debt or M ileaa by a written order signed | amua4> tiWe* St. Joaeph .r. 4 |o m IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE OFFICIAL NOTICE ^ uu wst,i M (Ulll ,„ u %  C-irt In the aftm'e a£k. lh day of March i."v' i "II reaaons haying anv c-' aflectlrig all that 11 of 1-nd I,. : Ing on U".' Bui no1 of Ihe Eai.it, of Charles, v. on !;..!. ... bound to bring bafnre m. their said cUima with u by me on any TUeaday. o %  hours of |' %  tnat .mi. rvapecn.T •led from the >%  Claimants are alan muW sturnd the aaid I day the II I oclock am when their %  be ranked Pyorrhea and Trench Mouth Stopped in 24 Hours II Al IT! II I MAI.*!) I IM i IMITtD iM.A.N.Z. I : Mi Cdne. Mar 13th. I il Trinidad Jttna I n " -esaels have ample space fe ci.iilod, hard froaan and g* earn accepted on throui transhipment at Trinidad fo MI.. Barbed.< v taewaid Islands. -.or partkculas-s FUnWEiat, WITHY Br CO |.TD Agenu Trtnldsd DA COSTA CO I TD AfjaasM ll.irli.vlu. The af.V. "Carlbbea cept Cargo and Paaaangars tor rvwnmica. Antigua. M I. Kllto-Nrvla Ung 3. The M.V. fc Daarwood7_opl Cargo and l*tJTS|| i s IMAM *FkvK i Sslllai trnj twe e.a Barbagas %  New Discovery Saves Teeth sad Sailing e. River portt. OFFICIAL NOTICE IV III. IOI HT Ol i UfORRS DM I te l.erebv ,.,. .-o,,., !.. .,, In oTaif^-lT.hl J! icurabrance DA COSTA A CO -^D I'irHOM LTD-JK.w tork .tio I -.-.-.-.•.-.• .-.-.V--.-.-.-.-,-.-.-..-. FAMOUS TIIKXT CARTRIDGES g & l.\l III VII It R: BATING SHOT GUNS AT JOHNSON'S STATIONERY & HARDWARE %  'til claim PLAINTIFF TYR1L BRUCF BROOKS I U MA NOItMA ACATI1A GIBBONS ..-.MIS Li!.',""* """•' '" -t(. rum. Front verandah Electric light, power Bgal natalled trsroughout Inspetuon by MppoinUneni Phone 33S7 The above will be eat up to public •impetttlon at the orAce of the undecilghad on FrldBy the 38th April IBM d 3 p m For 'urther part^ulars a ondiUona of tale apply to HUTCHINSON A BANFOCIJ* Soln %  Jam. U4.30< Uhd ifointerly part „| thr m 'he P "pVru* of %  qu-.tei perches of a road which was form.,1, p.n.i. reld but %  nd boundini towards the North on towards the East on lai ••( W T A i ihe pubhe road or however else thr Hat defendant. lauds of Ciaphai -lines bul i % %  jth i 1*50. UOVEH.VMI: .\ r \OTIIIS Attention is Contral of I... DtfoooiJ (Amendment) Order 1850 which will he puhli.hed In Ihe official 2Ondi %  maximum retail selling ; 1 AND 2 GRADES" are us followt. ..r !" Tae_.jT!^ ^OR LICENSE NOTICE -'thia Newtan, asisavs *•• as-uw... A "car.ts • a LteE? ,W *'U bp can. e will aet up for aalg at public comoellUon at our Office No IT rUgh v %  srldgMow-n. on Friday the 38th day of April 1*40 oH 3 JO p m II that three-slorlad messuage or tiling houae knows as The Bnc. Houae and the land thereto belonging, containing by adnasMuramasit 3.034 "Hiajre feel or thataahouta situate ai Spry St. aVtdaaAaam. Inapertlon any dsyg frtjrapt Sunday*. 00 spfdirataon on the praa nl a e s For further partleulars. and Conditions of Sal*. ooly • the ur-larsagned COTTIJB, CATTORD. A CO IS 4 SO lo"SUNSssTP VIEW" Rockley


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CDAV. AFWLJfc 1950 IjJoG KILLS POULTRY „-, orewlui* wound Bridge *j >Mll 2 o dort >os %  r*~ ST Sri hous* and killed ?KdMhr~ ""'" %  When f?StW.ndcped. -0rTIBlA OE f r cane *"* .. -h. vear broke out al •J^fjurtauon. St. Philip, JLili no am. on Saturday. BtiSnd'la 1 acres of rlrst and %  "^uici 3' acre, of sw •TStSa. They are tho ""the Trueo( the BARBADOS ADVOCATK Governor Opens Civil Service Conference worm irom be Ml ains and Inals of war and the civil servant ExcelWc^" V r ' e l ft* '" ,h 3 ^veTupnu PrHh„ w^ G vernor lold Civil Servants when he opened the fourth conference of the Federation „( Civil SerW,. A^ocia.ions a. the Le R s Lat,ve oSSSaiS^ PACK F1VK % A. Cameron and were %  II Hut extended to Ruby £T m t destroyed six acres Jirwipe canes, which were Laura They are the property [ iCartw of tba s.m Plan"5)18(8 CAW "re of un ^-n origin broke out a u.11 it about 11.15 a.m. on Kdajf.ad destroyed 300 holes SS crop young canes situS lands ol Lennel Clarke u tiDie address Can extended 10 the lands ZJM Messiah a"" 1 destroyed ETrf *cond and third crop Tcanes None of the cane* %  TOLLOWING appoint --,t, m made at the m£7d the St. Lucy Vestry % week: Mr. C. H. Year._, churchwarden. Mr. G. G. M Senior Guardian, Mr. W. L. t Junior Guardian. H commissioners of Health Wr C H. Vearwood, Mr. F. A Mr J. E. T. Branckor Dr A. C Kirton. M.B'and Mr. E. Lisle Bannister it Committee: Mr E. Lisle _, V M.C.P. Mr. C. H. iood. M,. O. J. garrlvlfr. w Gmves. and Mr. W. I*. It at the Meeting were: A.E Simmons, B A.. I Chairi Ur. W. L, Greaves. Mr. C. J^oc-i. Mr. G. O'Neale Mr. %  T.Bnincker. M.C.P.. Mr. F. *"• Mr £ S P^'?. OG. Harris. Mr. E. L Ward wr I C. Sobers. An excuse Bfl-rw (or the absence of Mr. (Ward. IAH QIANT * > Land. ||. Michael, cot two Of hil sashed and his left foot hurt, nr wheel ran over hie feet %  nday Grant was assisting [Jung a car over Cox Hill [9*ear ran backwards. M Mill i: anday morning <>tT hf Beach. M John, returnfem their Saturday hunt for I be expert lobstei ... bout u %  at h Lob%  Mon is here, but due to tho %  as of the tea no I during the %  in ST JOHN'S Cultural and [Literary Association will hold ting on Thursday Hd the Handicraft of the an will be on show Two M will be given by Mr. R. Vo( the Bril W Gnenldge f Kaynaa Gmt proar* l by the A %  now a Shorthand Class In %  ton In Uu other classea are showing Inti Btudiy progn IWEIS OP RAIN held up H. Durint, tli< ay quickly cleared of] These mcontinued for ai kree rtrean lions Sw) %  '" %  ere without raincoats, and eare forced to take i Itt %  ABOIT 2 ID p in. on Satrdty an accident occurred %  pel Screet between motor at-JTJ. owned by the Water Department and driven by i AUeyne of Savannah Bush Hall, and i bicycle and ridden by Norma • of Bush Hall The ere* -:: % %  DONKEY %  accident occurred on l*inpeet at abouv 130 p.m. on lnd in the accident were M-429. owned by — _.Corbm of Third Avenue. %  a) ami driven by J fi. "tof RoetHick Straet, and a f drawn ran'. dJ I Chandler of Fa.rl.cUl Back Rock. V0DMEN1 %  wuck Street a i about on .Saturday between BJJJ";MT owned by the Cengjte. Coleridge Sfteet, J !" 1 ,, 1 *?Oaranoa Holder *Tcie owned and ridden • Cooke of \ Mahogany ^*r knee was Injured Woman Wounded %  J 'AH <.t Lightf. •Jtodeu ; j !" a Piece of iron. She JJsg U Uw Oaneral Hoa••Is On Today K V"""'" "* t0 ""' al .15 His Excellency said: It was with real pleasure that I accepted tho invitation to open this fourth biennial Conference the Federation of Civil Strri I Associations in the Caribbean for having been a member of live different Civil Servants' Associations during over twenty ysari in the public service, I am in sympathy with the purposes and aspirations of your Federation and its member associations. In extending a welcome to you all at this conference may I first read a message which the Secretary of State has asked me to convey to you. He says: "I wish you a truitful and successful Conference. 'I shall be very interested to learn the result of your labours. particularly your views on th< Holmes Report, which you will no doubt discuss.'' Next, may 1 specially welcome the visiting delegates to what they wU] nxid is the most attractive island the Caribbean. If you have any doubt as to the truth of this assertion. I suggest you speak to any Barbadian who will give vou a modest but completely informed and objective opinion as to the merits of Barbados compared with the other islands and mainland territories which yo present. Also, you will find that the proverbial hospitality of Barbados *nd Barbadians exist* not only in legend but In fact, and I trust that when vou leave the island ->t the end of the conference you w m have pleasant memories and a llrm resolve to return for a real holiday at a later date. My own knowledge of the Caribbean and its Civil s. naturally limited by only %  :< months' residence here, but as I have oofM from West Africa where the Civil Services of tour British Colonies anj yi ?ommon terms of service. 1 ap* preciate the purpose and value of regional conference MMfj as this. Apart from the obvl vantages I suit*:portunitiaa alTorded in. conference for dlacui matters i>f sssMral, social or professional interest, art no less I hope vou lontsjd with your "oppn %  born" in the Ba: your particular vocation ng. More Iiiiportumv You will not need me to tell you that the work of the Civil srt in this most dink mi post '.wn pariod is bacomii>g of more importance than hitherto There can be no doubt that a new vision and broader pur] come to the world from tba itraJm and trials of the war, and that i Servant has an important role to plaj ment. You are called to uplex tasks, to more d work, to adapt yourselves to new conditions and constitutions and In provide | higher standard of %  Orvlot to the public than hitherto has been recunrcd It is not unnatural that in these circumstances you seek (rOBO your masters, the public and their representatives, more opportunities for training for promotional posts In the expanding civil services of this region "The terms and conditions ol employment in the pul vice of any country should be %  i sufficient to attract Uw service* of some of tho best brains of its people and, Indeed. Governments should be model employers. My i has shown that in spite of prolonged negotiations and many %  Civil Suvice ultimately receives the terms it deserves. Otherwise flight of talent away' from the public service and a consequential deterioration of ~< the public which may be the first indication of false economy in the treatment of Government employees. One word ol Bear constantly in mind that you BIS the servants of the public and not their masters. A cynic referring to big .n one count inarired the fears which I have heard expressed in Barbados that old verse which runs:— "The doors of success are ever ajar "And the temple halls are full "For some get in bv the door marked PUSH, %  And some by the door marked FULL" To the best of my k. I and belief that is not tin in the West Indian Civ., where there are almost able examples ..f rewarded. A general and LUV informed criticism of appointments and promotions doss great harm to the prestige ol and of its members, and I sugi .(fleer* of service associations should take no part such unfounded generalizations. I will not detain .ou further from UM important mat:, vou have before you on a veryheavy Agenda. I declare the Conference open and pray that may have the guidance of the Almighty in your deliberations. convey to the Hight Honourable the Secretary of State for the Colonies our gratitude for his kind Message and 1 have no doubt that at a later stage, something formally would be done in that reaard It is my pleasant duty to acknowledge the indebtedness of the Federation to (he many who have contributed to making this Fourth Conference, in this historic island possible, and to the Radio Distribution. Barbados, GIFTS WANTED FOR W.I. VARSITY COLLEGE PEOPLE should be encouraged to make gifts to the liege ol the West Indies for the ottabli of a welfare fund for such undergraduates as from time to SnsUsCiaJ difficulties. Mr. Philip Sherlock. : incipal of the University College told members of the Press at the British Council yesterday afternoon. The Replv Mr. Holman Williams. President ' ln Federation in replying to the Governor's Address said: 1 desire to thank you on behalf of ihe Federation for being so kind to come here and open this ConRd to give us fit of your wide Colonial experience in that very interesting adS/^^u^k^u^'iV'tV, "* <;>verst,y started I convey to th* H.-ht y £LZL>£ H**9? "P""* w 1 lr Faculty Mr Sherlock, Dr John Parry. Professor of History and Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Dr. Haddon Bowen, Senior Lecturer Physics all of the Univei lose, are now making a tour of the Caribbean, interviewing students for the University College. They arrived over the week end by 11 \V I. A. and are .-. view Hotel Mr. Sherlock said f Medicine and started teaching physics, botany, zoology and chemistry That year they took 32 undergraduates for work bi thoso subjects only. I work on the faculty of Natural Science with 34 undergraduates putting the leeching schedule forward by one I the tremendous At the t'CKinning of the academic Mr. were years ahead. They were not only planning for teaching appointments and accommodatudonta, but they had to III the T.nancial commitfor the next few years, their plans were going to be very' full. At the moment, they were lookrard to the establishment ant of Education d be piepared to do its duate work ennow moving around the Caribbean Interviewing people and had already Inter v iewed some %  ra ejotnsj on to Grenada, Trinidad and llntish Guiana. Intellectual The most important which impressed them w among tiki already inBl least 50r. lactoi that •vould more than batteflt Up To Dale Dr Bowi igree r nont with what the ; %  Hid -.lated that 5 £:: iui. r ,,ul that it i le of good intellectual but would not be able to go to the University because their families could not send their. brought up the question Rhlbttions. Mr. Shi ii the very University College in then* ntidlt, multiplication of such KhoUrexhibitions. ;\ M had already given nthlp, it meant that they would now have lo give three or four and where anofher Govern^l? ,lM ,0 l in "" %  ift three, it would mean thai In futi %  times as many wouUl have to DC One of the most Important benefactors, he said was I through whose co-operaUon. these ? ,eBr .m 0cl bPr they would sUrt proceedings are being broadcast ,€ |' l h n K "i the Faculty of Arts Those of us. within and without V, J 1IC 1 meant that they would be the service who work m the rar "dmitting studenU who wished to ibbean at this time share an exs, V. d >' tor lh f *•* B.Sc. tremely important task. It is obMr J>hcrloc t Mid that they vious that we are assisting at the vnn n x t,nly P' ann,n for this birth of i Nation and that the' y *"Ji U 1 happiness and welfare of our unborn sons, for many a generation, will depend on the way in which we quit ourselves in these preparatory and formative vears. Posterity will bless or curse us in so far as we have assisted actively or passively, in so far at done well or ill. As Civil Servants, pride in the fact that, long before Closer Union had reached the stage of i standing Closer Union Committee, long before adult or near adult suffrage, as 1944. the civil Service Ihar and formed a body which links and speaks for the "rvlng in all the Colonlfg from Honduras, through Jamaica, the 1 Windwards. Barb a d o l and :. right to the magnificent province ol I I It was this body which kept pressing for greater uniformity in Unification of the Services. These representations culminated in the appointment of the Holmes Commission which, let It be I bye-product Union, although the implementation of its recommendations will undoubteu. mi facilitate Closer Union It is to these lations that this Fourth Conference will ckrVOfc tl time. The KCUMHI Civil Servants agitate for a Regional United Service? The reason is that ilc transfers of personnel between the : % %  : %  %  fers will bring, in then 'ram. firstly, broadened expert* new ideas with a resultant in: secondly, for the Ing officer to reach the %  entitle him This last, in itself. %  A Ian to the %  I than the broader series of Colonial l Mch already ex%  1 not normally offer* i-.side the Oily, were seldom offered transfer within it. But why dwell longer 0O UM past*' The future is betOTi its challenge. We have a definite recommendation for Unification and for a Regional Public Service ConUTUSSlon Indeed the Unification it>. MI future in which West Indians charge the highest duties devolving upon the administrative class snd we have seen this oc ; 11 our neighbours in Iuorto liny, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Guade.iiia. Wo now have a University College %  %  .. ncreasing numbers. fully trained for all branch' Dd W have aj creasing measure of s*/ ment. Play Our Part Thil brings ma bach 'o my comnt, As Civil Servants. '> play our pai t. tying of the foundation stone of this new nation with good wortc and square work, but in adorning and maintaining the vtruciio. N fully acknowledge our indebtedness for the example and tradition set by many t. >t nations in genei.il 10 maintain tho < unsullied. Governments cireumstai bring rriodl but the Civil Servto as long as we survive as a poorer 100 Years been British lot ino %  absorb the two %  British I from the as such, and independence and impartiality in welfare fund started for Barbadian students at the Univers:-. who might fall intu difficulty. Mr. Sherlock said that at present there were 79 students at the University, 50 of whom were doing Medicine while mainder were takir.j; science This year, they proposed to take in about 50. Asked about the Hoty. University he said that they bad started work on the bull u should be ready by LM on the subect of buildings he said tnat the hall of residence for the accommodation of 162 student: was nearing .xi.ipletion and should be ready sometime in October this year. Five Subjects Professor Harry said tl as the arrangements ui Ins own faculty were concerned, they were concentrating on I bus of the London Universit; modified for West Indian needs by agreement with London. This year they were ing five subjects for tht degree in Arts out of which three could be chosen. Thev ing with Latin, French. English, History and Spanish and in the course of tho next live years, they should increase the number of subjects from which three could be chosen that they proposed to encourage Spanish, one of the first five and they were hoping to re'omrnend more Latin American books among the Spanish books set for studies \\ ouiulini: Caiue Dismiss! %  w. B. Chener] Mr H A Talma. Police M • A' Mr. Talma bad imposed a line of 30 %  >f Petcrkins Land. Roebuck St: had found her guilty bead with tones on October 16, 1949. Their Honours dismissed the case. Smith and Small used to live rtt home, but Small left. id that Just as he came home. Carrington Vilvtober 16. he coming along the road Mr head, lie took the nking (that she had taken awaj thing from the honv for three ruck him and. Small denied that she had struck Sin:' :iat Smith took the bucket from her and I her. Will agai I i History, he said wno wished lo be admitted to the that the London So tar thev had interalready agreed to their proposals 'airly large number of for the course and thev hoped to in Jamaica, a small (encourage Caribf %  number in St Kilts and Antigua I the school.' logrnmme wag am goinj, on for perhaps three years and then proposed to Introduce more subjects as money '.nfllng accommodation rWi %  % %  %  %  VrFresh for your Pets ! I'lRINA DOC CHOW NillNA RABBIT CHOW h. Jason Jonas & Co-/ Ui I >b.lri balers. \\ ere They Flying Sraeenff A resident near Brittons Cross Roads, claims that he saw thiv objects in the night l*tween 9.40 and 10 o'clock. which could be Flying Saucers About the lag tars, thev were all visible One was in the v, i Northwest and the other in the Southwest. His young son noticed M and drew his attention to tbeni. lar feature about then was that they changed to blue and, then red before Fresh Fruit Arrives quite up-to-date : Unlverwas, in Mime ies[some of the British !'• 1. ..• %  B ing faculiv which would cost about a quarter million pounds. The number %  undergraduates for thl would be limited, but it would bo worthwhile to attempt to find the l nv ittemptlng to encourage people who wanted to go m for engineering and the study ut physlCJ, "'all < applied mall leaving the Unlversltj they cOUld gO to I ng up of funds to help people of ca and ipend two yean to comThere •rera lli Ited i ata thi i amount of scholarships and l "" — bltlona now and then ition, but only a small %  ling to be sin i %  ados had aLress le in that there %  n the strains ol birth, growth Car And Lorry Collide THB right front fender ..f :h> •ar M.370 was slightly 'wanic involve.] In | ollision with the mot never lose 'igbt '• '' 4 " Black Rotth i N morning about 11.30 Later in the afternoon, the I ' cl ock. Conference met at Harrison Col' At the time of the i i i.' Then the minutes of thj|M.370, the properly ol milting held in British I lube Oil Co. was betni Guiana and the Secretary's i by I). Thorne of Station Hill %  hat happened between j while the lorry was driven h\ irence and TTie last wen Cave Hill, [St. I. Two comroltteai ensre % %  appointed for meeting today at i 10 a.m One of them will discuss' the Holmes Report and make' recommendations to the Confer'•|M>rt. The aacond commit'' reply to the mesage lh '." a "Hufina" Brings Petrol hundred Thl %  I arrived here n Sunday b> erdey Sd ; 1 *^ """ ftn "l "' %  %  nimendatlons on other from Trt n>dad. 1.6.400 resolutions which have been kerosene oil were auto p referred. .cargo. The "Rufina" is dl The Conference will meet again I 1 "* * %  oil at the Shell Co. oft on Wednesday. .Brighton. Meelas<••.. IIHM seat %le>as> e> aaWeaaale .. ELIZABETH ARDEN LWah%lf !•> rs>ere I ft as see ttrillianline g> Bleaching Cream I nundatlort (ream s> skin 1 m... Astringent tailum s> Kousex I'awden s> Kyrlssh Cesmrttqur lieodoi-ni Kte.. Kir. HMLiiis LTV. PHOENIX BEAUTY COUNTER U I IStI Several crates of fn %  %  %  aigo brought wa %  ' %  rrochua oU. brought 20C : %  I %  from s: Lucia TI %  Mr i) i. Johni %  %  %  i SPEC/41 OFFER IN DRESS IWERMIS11 in. CREPE IN m UNE at $2.00 yd. In Blue. Aqua. Grajr, Red, Blai-k & While. lit In. SHEER al 81.20 yd. In Pink. Nil. Biscuit, Ceriae, & Black HARRISONS BROAD ST. Milk Thief Bonded : RALD HARDING ol guilty of %  Milk valui i the prop1 ipril is. %  %  the Arm for 1 putting the milk in a cart. Assaulted PoUcemaa WILKHKI) ORE '. 1 I 1 '. I assaulting 1' C 340 Pri wbile in dutj April IS 25 TEAR9 kOOAsrreoasi II : Ml Ing driven iDOut 5.3 i %  i %  .. .i aught Un i ... Pain ot UM RlPPINGILLE'S OVEN MAKES YOUR BAKING EASIER DAMASK for distinction PI III IKISH I.INI.N DAMASK TABU CLOTHS If x SKI" M. MM n K-U -11-7* H'lH" $ .75 NAPKINI MI MATCH 22 x 22" ea 1.22 UNI s TABU DAMiVSK Til inchrs u uir IVr > d. $ 3.88 C V V K SHEPHERD & Co.. Ltd. 10. II. 12. & 13 BROAD STRCH For -al more Strength and Energy a few Mir's of .... J A II IMU4 III II Hltl All Dailv. I ..oll.illers take note. rot n it mi BECOMES A I'IUIH: IN A NEW VAUXHALL 1ZXOI nil \\\M.I;\ HAKES i list: iitini.l New shipment of these Cars recently Arrived I.OHMIi IIIO>l 1.1II. lOI HIKSV I.IHAI.E.



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H TMI. tf" 1 "• — BARBADOS ADMHAII CLASSIFIED ADS. PrBLM OT ' %  WA^KD LOST FOIM. PARE SEVEN 4 T E S M0RI £ .44 1 N 10 rsrrv £>**•• %  JJMOTKM —-— THANKS ? r: gj * %  ">, ,dai—in-uwi. ;*, ,„>,..,„.. %  : a-am a*5^ (*. Blrtt armada**" FOR REST HOUSES *"*** 11.3 so—t f n 5"2£W. *' %  <> n.t. faemg „„ *1I rniw IHH^ Engllah, baths with healer *i *,, vmndih. w, t>ft0 — —• SI 3 JO-t.f B omn^-On. OfBc* asaj. Mini -** pW. Marhlll Street Apt iv Sanitary Laundry Co. T.I MM 11 3 SO—I f.n S-pt Mi I-eg. fully furnished h w> ki'.fcIS^S ,— %  P ? ,, l"*" 10 Excellent oatning. R monthly. Ring Eton* 334* 13 4.30—7n "£25 •**" 1 -' ••"'•d by obtaining orders tap private Christmas Card* freer !^f "*"*• * Previous wMrWrt, Sample Book 10 Bniin-, urgeat MM NOTICE SS2,^ k *.,tJ!r n "~s"a E iT^V 11 *WUM fop the ifl vear By order of th* Ctamnwii**. HQJ i CLAK for our lumber i*partm*nt SOT* experience rvecea"" Applr t !" WUr aid in pmop 1lb* \bui*i. Bern*-*Co-operMnr II 4 30—t f n LOST AN .vpetenced alarhanie Applr a-iliing vvith nfmtoM to Th* MMW heissa duiN ilS*V)> LU TfkUkbi II 4 50-ln S'reet VACANCIES Exist for Energetic MOM 10 work aa IIMUTSUVC* Cuinwm un I'm ted Investor* Co.. Hd. Applv by tetter and in person on WidnMal). i||h April 10 fiil'ed 1:.Co.. Lid Marhlll Street 11.4 50-*n ITEATHFrrLD-On the Cnin* Coat .-r the months of May. J un *. a, j ulJ ft • %  > Herbert. Cot-dob.. Chris* Church Phono 1003 14.4 30—3n i-aa Catui lot o*Va AMMOHM in th* Insurance U-1 1 mtora Co Lid Apply M Ipllrr and in poraon OPI Thuraday the 10th Apm 10 4 30— Jn jqr, On U Crano Baoh On* IS J,wr\ vvatrti S. I .j, rpturo Un*a to our monr -nfl i.-mpBUiipr who JW • 3JL STwntiM and olhop n( nnip*Ut>* ,n OUT "**"^ ", „ u pi ov tho death of IN MEMORIAM # ||M| |. r tf my dMr bdovM %  Svi M %  *•** „ %  %  kirtu and UM. B^£.T !" .. *>• M m-itvx" """ %  >umn "~" v __jp* owner* at LB. .|B*CE ROACH. %  -V-TApril Lfth 184* £ nudMCbt i - OUnlnB DrW lonely crov* love o doarly could not torvo at m .milinjf v do not weep nlent Mar U -Jietl ""^"' %  nvily 10.450 FOR SALE IBH0TIVE t;tU June) Foidaon 10 cwt Tan nuiaage under 0.000. owner fc |ood roodttIon. for vtewUK%  WOO or noarwrt urftr. App* A BMPd'i Au*tn room*. HfttdAUay. I *.m. u. 12 noon dally 18 4 so—an %  nX-.Jl-On, It >A Mutot -t fl r. M-4101. In good conApply to R. Cox. rtarta Oop ,r co. is 30—m. H.P. iX-nit wlih %  few HMI0. ApplyMillet Itoom ntnUUonf Builu,;i|[. Tolophone n 4.30—an LOnt Aurtln 10 HP. Saloon IJH0 [ raiUy (cod order. Cole & Co. IB 4.30—4n. 1 t-One Vauxhitll 14-6 Hood work| Jh*. K. P Harrla St Co. Iw-i I *r*et Phftve 4043 1B*.S0-An AftHTON On-Sw. Maxwell. ChiM Church Fully Purruahod. ConUlnlnt rcur Bedroom* Drawlnji and Dinlnr rooma. Vorandaha o%-erimkln* the ate .-nd all modem convenleru-e. rMal 3001 %  *•" %  15 4 SO— Vi BtmGAl*>W at N*vy Garitan* Stonr Jirwly eonalrueted. Three Bedrooni* Twuunji waiter. All modern oonvetumcoa G.-*are. fruit treat, lawn*. Archl< Clark*Phone 4IM: I to 4 p.m IB.4 SO— On REST 1IAVEN" Brtlhton Roach •Wnnil Kouaa. all convenience*, neat b**ch and bua. Low land rent In"pecilon on premlae* at any time Phone Owner at 31M 1 4 30WHITE HALL FLAT—No 3 Ondrinj;. (on Hill. Fron. Juno lat. Fully furnmhed 1 Rodrooma Apply MM. Lynch. Whiti Hall Flat No. 1 Telephone -4r7 IB 4 50—Sn IM III H SALES AUCTION By Instruction from Mlu Lilian Brown I will >ell by auction at her yard at head of Chelaea Road on Tueaday the lBth of April at two o'clock one newly built II x 10 house. And on Thursday the 20th at two o'clock on th. Street obliquely opposite .:^ Aquatic Club Gap a challel buildlni called Mirton. It consists of gallery, diawlnx and dlnini rooms, two bedrooma. k lichen, tolaat .v>4 pailncs. Both houses To be removed and muti be iolJ. Term. Cash. D'ARCY A. SCOTT, Auctioneer. 15.4.50—In. D'Arcy A. Scott of Maaanne l_ir> iffers the following, properties at St %¡%  urge >li One property consuls of I acres of land and a two • which U in perferl order At St. James one 1P props ol around 30 acres ol land and a two .torey Stone house which has a lovely view of the *ea At Christ Church one ill properly conliUng ol U arable acres ol land and a wo storey Wall home. AI St Joseph one Hi pwpa j no of 10 acres of land and a stone wall bouse, with covt water and electric llht D'ARCY A. SCOTT. 15 4SO—4n UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER THE FURNITURE ETC. %  V.M'lll .,. HOlhl Jas Ford V-4. lt modal. Just overhsuled and painted. Phono Lijne Garage, Twenllde U4.90—On. _f—Mew M-.U 10-cwt. Van Just |. BMncdiate dellvorv FORT 1 OAPAtlE LTD. Tflepnone IS.4.SO 4n F-Oat \lor-lt HIP Sedan in AI Heal condition. L. Alleyne. Fort p Oange Lid 0.4.30.—7n. %  MO Sparta Model, m good I onjar. new lynj and .top. No ^4a> oBW refutMd. Apply JastI ktrsoa Phone 34X3 II 4 50—n %  kKX-Oaa redersl truck, with PUrtevwhauled. Fairlv Good Tvres. <* Hay Jist 1140. H. Jason 1* Co, Ltd. 13 50—Jn _J Mill ~ .... DORWEYFJ' --M1XEH al pre k %  fE^Oss them TO-DAY at Q W OnNSON , CO. LTD Broad *, 16.4S0-3n KSTOCK 111 Tlioroughbred Ftllv by rts* '*** August Her Dam [* %  Baosquomee Apply O L. xoooa. Si Jamra IB 4 SO3n CHLANE QQS STO\f PARTS -lame •5 Vrk. Wlck> Tyre Co. Trafalgar S 4 90— t.f n By John KrwytDii ifoniasiy Mr. we will *ll bv nuctlon i>n the znd. 3rd and 4th May the furniture .md hoisehoi" effects o( Caneneld House. St Thotiuu Furttior particular will follow. BRANKER. TROTMAN <% CO. \U'l!lllirriREAL ESTATE "THE BERWICK' — Situate In Two Mile Hill. St. Michael, 'landing, on ll.OB* square feel of land The hou-c omtain* drawing and diiung room*, two bedrooini. pantry, kitchen and usual out offloea. Water and Rlectrlc llglil. Se. vania' room in the yard. Inspection on application on the prcmies to Mr. Weekaa the tenant. The ,ii*>v* will be art up for sale at Public Competition M our orrke In I.uca. StreeV Bridgetown, on Friday the list April I960 al 1 p in CAKRINGTON A SCALY %  Dial I gi 15.4.30—On UAKurn, PrPI ; HKRE __ BARNRB A, f-O LTD S SO— t f 1 STAUNTON"' and land thereto conUlnlnaT approxiniatcv it^lv -IU.IT :<•' ath Avenue. Bellevllb. The dwelling house which Is a aib•Uuitlally erected stonewall building In perfect condition comprises. DOWNSTAIRS. Sp;ivlou> --1 veianduha on two aides, large drawing -n I dining rooms. Buttery, larder room. pantry, kitchen and *ervanl*' room UPSTAIRS. 3 bedrooms, b bath room. There Is a small lawn to the east of the house, aa well as spacious back yard with lime and fruit trees planted YARD Large garage and washroom. Electric light, water and gag are Initalled throughout. Inspection by appointment wiih Mr*. Wane th, rwaae Telephone 1343 By public auction on Friday the "' -April I960 at 1 p.m at the office o( ine MiHlersigned from whom further parliculara and conditions of sale may be obtained. R 8. mCHOLLS CO: 151 161 Roebuck Street Phono IM IS 4 30—Bn-e d %  Agei,-; (_„ rRiaD4iNTs "Uni at all drug 1 V tarty stores 30—An PJf-^*^FW Engiian crock-a""! >"aAKFAST SETS lUV* aVrr.^S* 0 W HUTCH Co L TD, Broad St m 10 4 50-an T aTr?S' HATS *4 HAND___ 10 4.30—an 5-^ muS"-"'>- IsSai. %  >• the UODET.N t BROAD St II 4 30 Sn DWRLUNG HOUSE f'PXMISEa. containing 4.033 square feel No ipp[-..viiu..'fi W R.-.b-.. ^ee? 0 m,rNO8 B,.u.e m>HMJ !" ***2* MODERN for %  "DBlawt .r.o*? KAAI.TE ** % % % %  SHOPPE Broad St MAM-SB A aubstantlally erected "**building 111 good condition comprises: DOWNSTAIRS. Spacious store and store rooms, entrance to garble FratUage: 43-10' Washing tanks, and HUHk) other facUltleo, concreted lhroughi-it UPSTAIRS 4 bedrooms, large drawing and dtning rooms, toilet and bath room Front verandah. Electric light, power and water are installed throughout Inspection by appolntmenl Phone 1x97 The above will be set up to public competition at the ofSce of the undersigned on Friday the Mlh April 1960 al 1 p m For further partg'ular* snd (ondilions of sale apply to HUTCH1NBON It BANFtUaO "'a Jame11 4 SOin .. 1 ^L. U, d 2?** nW wi O*OP * Sale sarH?T^ a. Kira gSaaii KS %  >'~>TO sum. v^ u . .?:s?.s COTTU1 CATPORT. QO W.4 SO-Jn "WOR LICENSE NOTICE .',:#••:.". % %  -:15, ImTT** ,UTr L£ S*S?^SS-ano,. r* 1 *"* na^. "* **Pllcamtt. % %  ^W*. f? "^ •* April 19S MM com. No: 17. High St B ridgetown, on Friday the Mth day of April IBM m 1 JO P m All thai three-.loried me^uage or dwelling house known as The Bnck Houa* and the land thereto beJongmg containing by adrnggdiiransant 1.014 •qusaw feat or tharaafcouls situate al Spr> St. Brldgelew-n Itimpectloi, any days except Sunday, on ipplMailon on the pswnuses For further partttulati, and Conditions of Sale iontv to the lu^deralgned; COTTUD. CATFORD. A CO II 4 30--1O"SUNfJJT VIEW"Rockier (Adjoin Ing BLUE WATERSi. P n tns land I'dof the road fadng the Bay with 13.40 saaaare faet o| land laclurt: acroas the road running to the water'" 'dge The heus* contains verandsh drawing and dining rooms, three bedBad I' "fBces Including fc H ahia Water. aBecarfrlty. Qge inatajled. Garage and fjerr^iU rooms in 1 Ml Inspection any day—Phone BMI Bellamy ^ The above will be art rampeUUon at the orBce %  / signed on Friday, the list of al 1 p m ISi-^r 8 1 "• r" m, d :r,, "i* ""i 9M' ?i. u,,rt M,, "^ k '. Si Philip. For Drenaul ""'""'" APD'F "• Soha" Orepaulon pren„.e> IS.4S0—Jn. r£LJ h Tw U ^ *• "* ur.4rrigned ,„ Fndav the llat bistant at 1 u m .1 ii.ohc com:ri V"o JU TiMrTro Wn,T !" A BISC ^' T ^t^rNc C r l3 BAjffiADoa !" x ''oratSTf iS. ***f "ARBAIXW SHIT PTNO TRADING CO LTD 24 shares In the R-nos CAIUONGTON 1* 4 60—On. %  ITlJSfl-For iirjtl Hotel Experienced quick—capable head butler Mutt be pleasantly -poken willing, and capable ol lupervtsing work of ^n.ler butler* • t instance by letter toEFW. 'e 11.450-On. oThe An Ai-iant Ma-'er for the Christ Church BovsFoundation School, from Ihe 1st May ltSO. to teach Spanish ar.rt General Pern Subject. Salarv on approved Scale according to qualification and experience Applications should be rent with full i.ialiflcatinn and experience. to the Headmaster not later than IJm.t April. W H ANTR"US. Sec. 10 Gov Bodv. Ch ch Bo>v Foundatlogt School 9 4 30—7n MISCELLANEOUS WAGON WHEELS—with axle, with or without tyres. Apply Manager. Blackmans Plantation. St. Joseph 11.4 60-On. '!!> 0OLD AND SILVER Highest price* paid for old gold and mlver Jewellery and scraps. Y. De Lima A Co., Ltd., QUEENS COLLEGE ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS 1950 l The Entrance Examinations for Queen. OaOag. bo held ir will have attained th, ** yaors on ai-t j win no) %  Slat July. 1M| bib Will IX* -diti.tr. %  %  1*51 %  III in September. 193) IMKI.H . v, XMI RFW Arpllcatton* for the vacant post of "-.enut at s by the undersigne.' April Further pat' on application to the Signe-1 %  %  *t Andrew. L4J4 %  OFFICIAL NOTICE BARaVADOa n rai iuui un coi s TO i im %l aaa ^. BSyltable Juriat.. %  I',^"*** A "' %  RRODIAS Hi.. Defends,. 1 Jrder in thi GOD'S WAY OF SALVATION MADE PLAIN FrBonk from S. Robert*, 30. Central Avenue, Bengor, N. Ireland SHIPPING NOTICES $fy SAFER LONGER! VENISHA SKEI7TT WANTED TO SENT House Near Sea tat .ix months ... more Phone 3307 after 0 o'clock MrWhite. i 4 SO im SETS sarsffi.-, rsr Manager* House of Goodland PlanlaS .1" h ". p rUh "' Wnt Michael W .S„l he v_ Und J on wlUc " "•" d *"SIlr 7'J d, >M *" m ,,, 1 Acre. 1 RAods, 4', Perches or thsreabout*. L-.-P.. in,,: ,„„ %  .1,, ban no ifl .1 m %  clock noon. F.nfurther particul,.., nd Condions of Sale, apply to the iisdef.igtte.1 — COTTIX. CATFORD A CO 11.4.50—IBS. I'HIMIMI are hereby warned against ISM Greclai aa I do not hold • -laible (or her or lusyone elsconVoctlng any debt or debts In my lew by a written order xgned l,v GERALD MAYERB Cattle Wash St. Joseph 10.4.50—2n IT PAYS 10 ADVERTISE OFFICIAL NOTICE IN TBE COURT OF CHANCERY INS, 1 ,!.. hereby give notice to all T interest or an] 0 :)rtcndai;iVi ISS&Ef befo^the'^' L" naxy^ %  vill be Dtecluded (r.. n Ihe benefit* of anv d*CTM or.d be or attains! ihe said .property. wLAumrr: crm, ntoa BROOKS '.'ANTS : TIIBLHA NORM A AC ATM A (ilBBON'i and WINSTON THOMAS JnMES ^ir L vT"A T '*'' ln • %  %  Cltl ... BriJsetown and !*! fI? ajntag by adni-renwnt ITS* square leet Hutting and bound.pg on ihe West on tat.il. .'„ !h %  '• James and on E rop-rtJ "' lh*'" ,a Th"'ma Norms Agaiha (Jibbon1 the North and East on ol agjj uiaee called Weillngl win all other building* md be-ng with the appur1 %  may butt and hound tot % %  1 ths ,].•. II Wll : Reg i>t ra r -in-Chancery. 4 4.34—4n OFFICIAL NOTICE drpuveil 1 ':.„.,, , ., „ W THE COURT OP L.IA.i F.I:Y 1H Wt. 1WXJ. I do hereby git %  vouch*., to h. l„\;!?~LV \ Itnaaata, document. ^ !" ,r!i? wwT 1 ,?-' **Er between the haul Sortwl on t otherwise ... be precluded from the beivertt. 0 ( an % dr. s on or against Ihe *a.d properly. PLAINTIFF; CYRIL BRUCE gUKKKU DETENU U.I. T1JAT -rum piece or psic.l of lag. ,fo.me.l, pM Iwc una one quarter par : o and on* quarter perches of a ro. p rivate ro#q i f .n !! T* Jf ub i' C 0 d> Bulling and hounding towards Ihe N 1 lapiiain Plantation towards the East on Lands -Weeks toward, the Weat on lands for,. 1 Ntsrson. and Mrs o lan. 1 th* public road or however else lb Curt in Ihe abov, _. I3lh day of March 19S0. I glvTrsMfcee W all riHuiu having any eiuir. ncht or %  nterest m of land riot, %  ^ The Whim rwertaUa %  ing on laiMi. Rarnaay deeeased on %  Harris decsassed ui . 1. we*** a|pj QM .,..,,. .„ bound to bring befor. thenaaid claim* will documents and vow hi by me on any Tucarasj. 01 %  B*a t'.e rtOWl .'f :; %  00 Appeal a* the Court !* before ihe : tr.at iiuh Ing to the • on1 or aggdnal ih r must uttend the i' day the list day of \L.. 1900. nt lr o'clock .i.n when their aaid be ranked :\: ro* :--., IV Ol %  OFFICIAL SALE %  IN 1111 MgsVI U*l I 01 1:1 01 XIII w ••WAN m" % %  VPW1SHA SKEI-. I NOTICE 1 htm %  Appeal rlaled the 11th %  March Hth. Brisbane April ii riving Tnntdad Mav Ith I %  OrrV OF DISPPX" aaiU A idr April Und. Melbourne Ma* 41 llth. Brisbane May IP •ivmg at Trinidad June lilh %  --els have ample space 1 rd, hard froren and ue ''"•o accepted on throu. ding -I'h transhipment al Trinidad utiah Guiana. Barbado*. Windward reward Islands. For nirthar partkrulan appu m, WITHY A CO I TTI Agents Trinidad. DA COSTA CO I TD Aganla Barbado. The M V Caribbe*' will sc%  rgn ..f-a Paasengers fee Antigua. M0nnsrr.1t. SI. Kltts-NWvis aalllng 11M April. Th* M V. "Daerwood' | ^ept Cargo and Pxessngers for SB. Lucia. St ViTwent. Grenada. Arub*. d-ite of filing will be B.W.L SCHOONER OWNERS' ASSOCIATION iINC.I Conaigueaa. 1XL 4Mi ^^AJCOCU Staam&tdpfr %  a Dl I'yorrheaor .... %  %  .1 illy .aiise you to lose all your He to wear falsa t-.ih t>*fne %  WairM Wag %  nave %  pren.t 1 hrough. l| tint four oul %  ris ar suf.... It I* too Isi*. I > %  %  • %  Amosan rr Syrrfct* T r*afli MANIS FAMOUS TE.\T CARTRIDGES S U l\4 IIKST1II R:.->EATING SHOT GUNS AT JOHNSONS STATIONERY & HARDWARE ATTENTION PLEASE* 'TuiTroloiKl (r|pnd9 ,irp askrd U. notr thai Ihr long loukrd for .liipiiiriit pf 1.1. II.si Oil. luui uiiM-d .mil ran he ubUlnrd iront uur I..IMIICIHSlalloil •t Trafalgar Si. He member—Don I llnlv Oil II—(irrm ll! CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD. CLI II SECRETARYSHIP VACANT! M ar at .. ..... THE BRITISH uf Jam F Ii Han on the South 1 butt ami 1 %  uriciidaiil. 11 U Hrunti... ni.ii 1.01111MIIM Minus ). %  I (Amendment) Older 1950 wfa \ tfa April, 1950. maximum i< PffiOM of %  smxe;; . n .ire a folio wit;— COLUMN ONE Ked Cedar No. 1 Grade Red Cedar No. 2 Grade COLUMN TWO Ordinary Retail MM (nut more than) $25.45 per 5 bundlei D| 1,000 $21 15 per 5 bundles containing 1,000 Attention is drawn to tin PricfM (Defence) mcnl) Older, 1950, No. 15 which will be published in the Official Gazette of MOIKIHV. 17th April. 1950. 2.. Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling prices of "Bags—used (excluding HULH-IIIU tayoncl hllall bags)" and "Bread—plain" are as follows: — Bags—used (excluding imported second-hand bags) (a) Sugar—unwashed -%  .vasiud Ud OSasaWd (b) Rice—unwashed —washed and darned .. fc) Ollmeal (d) White Cotton Bread—Plain .. WHOlaBSALI PRICE I not more than) c.i.VBi.s SHOK.S nut #*;.v In WHITE. I.KKV HKOWN nt SI 75 Per iMlr I'I'Mrs—la UHllr. HKdUN mil HI.I I Men'l 9—IX—$1 IS-:—Sera a Glrlu 10I—*5e LaSIa* :t——S1.05 — :~I'lillrirrn 6—9 —75e l.n\i:\-HIKI> I'l MSI • .. -I H l>er pair llrjii. I.. | HKOAll M. SHOE CO., LTD. -I'l II.Ill -IIIIIN WANTED Foi Employment with the Pan-Ore Steamship Co. Inc. (Panamanian Rag) a very limited number of . aalgine Room i (el pen) Chied Cooks Second Cooks I'.uoin Boys Appl> '.h ship's discharge papers or testi•iKunal* staling < % %  nbovs categories will he considered Apply from 1.00 p.m. at our Warehouse. Civuns Lane on Wednesday. Thursday and Friday .tlu Iflth, SOtta and 21st. April. On no account must applications be made to our Broad Street Office. BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY CORPORATION LTD. 22c. each 30c. each 20c. each 28c each 8c. each 20c. each 2 ozs. for 2c. Notice:—Bread. • ight has been reduced Ui, to 2 on 18.4 DIXON <& BLADON 'JOHN M. m. xli.is VI IV, r \ \ i %  f.al.— CANADA— I \ \IM/lll\ Hrfore but Ing SsTSalaSlg tm .\lr-iiM.r IgSfjJ Bj| high 'laaa Hroa>erl> aBMl LfUld I* .I'd in ill jreaa >"' 6MI I'UnUllon* liuildui, NlH =—=========== %  GENUINE llltl CROWS GINGER Ail GOIS Hill Ml "Mil RUM OR WHISKY.



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PAOI III.IIT IDOJ IDTOCATR TUESDAY. APRIL It, GAMBOLS 43?-*^ St. kill' Plaj Miinl->rr:il /nfe-Scrioo/ Cricket 2SWEDES LEAVE TODX) 9 ir.in Paga %  %  %  •'"" food br %  beuutif >i-pared inK admiring thUghtnvhi UpH'" a r. andpilctlinnbadH. HoItonl ta find cuiitw rhr> had nrard OntL ..r Ihr Atlmllr OH ifctTHI Inc tih an4 Ik. feu, *J* did '%  Ic '. % %  .> %  %  ,. ^7 or mr other wh.lT ££,-ea that the fifth would f|> inutT' telnl] thr> trird oot ,h,T5 that * .1 i.h.nii rriullv \|| ((,„ -T* — Iish >oked urcharged ,,,. cananan J !" 'J iaren of roasted m the fall of M Thr secretary : 49 for 6 .11 club arrived 1 h.ni M*rii mi other lit following Ihem were r-^ around i ;tv £ %  k> o? seemed to txquite ItftHeM.^! morning. Kurulis ">m Mni(B waking him joyfully, sriouwi siiyprepe.ru have Rood dl-i This fiKwi can ' %  boile J g which •.,•• Kai 7,000 See Spartan Defeal Empire 2-1 )(). HO, IK) \M) 96 BOTTLES OF Rl M Ion; irn .,,.,,., .*-M! heal 300 p.m Bl "lipri|l-tl HH VV Ull — a n, At 6 00pm UK portion wu I hours. Ml' m '"* ninhl frr> Iwo ,, h d . .. w time. From beginning, ha NEAR] W(IW. inl" ll'i' Malawi .il .Hi rriikrlerv wbi-ii llie\ rl, Harbour Log IN CARLISLE BAY M .. %  Mil. (Inplatform in h.in he trailing: lik Ihry never won HIIN malCrM* ... Wl khan %  % % %  a*ei j.. %  %  %  %  %  %  I ONDOM in,lliWest Imlim Tbcj >i.".H MO— d iln % dtdn'l < an il :s ""if*. ... *ith. -. n ,,r. tnoK lip ,„„,. hll ,Kn .., %  ... ...... _c-u %  %  %  %  %  %  I %  %  %  %  %  %  ll SwiuHillil %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  forwai %  %  %  i I I I %  %  %  %  gpartaa i i % % %  t I %  %  %  Starting (ial-s I Bed In Jamaica Th,.i nnd ninro and with %  wind, U* the muh .lifts of Gran Canaria. After boui .. tere^l but then evervth in|1 Z' thing han heJrH %  'Baby* 1 R03 %  %  1 %  %  %  %  %  % %  Sugar Frail Wi All vt %  %  %  %  %  %  lien they 11 velocity ana %  1 1! UN w ll M) par th.:: ate of the Knot : ay than had plenty of igfioul the work hailing out the track. 1 mum. New World I the biii %  %  I fore* "Now a nuiet naw world uneov%  night by bight lotted with light eloudi %  nge for us, who have j all the time fought with winds The %  aid. F01 tht ed with the new conditions ie hiiih Cllfl After aooui .. "" %  %  %  T|uM| „ The night thltai Mid i<-> little s began to tnke tgw Their net too mud, S Cb* ,n ,he _„_.*_ B3* : HI opera'. choi hjrrini "' AMaotcfc I..Il.i. Frt^raninies TIT-SDAY April IS lM %  1 %  AnM)IU. '. IS %  Him*.. T J m nanrrally Sffawk.n,, %  Branuti Owiw-ti*. I %  >,.. Nwa %  ; \< It 15 p ni Th Hull 1 BtNia. (In I %  N i-.IU. Ihr „ %  Th.M< %  NfWl : li p m w.. • r, 8 %  B %  %  II Jamaica Sportfl Team For Trinidad 1 %  %  %  LARBADOS FRIENDLY IOOTBALL ASSOCIATION %  %  %  %  < Mfhen your BACK ACHES... IWIUKIWI.UUMII' Ttw kHfW.i at* the Uood'i l(w tt o*t •' •rdef, txljo. Mm Heai J. %E <\CA-. >OL G-SUS5WE 1 Cl I 0* TA ON HIM? ANIOKE "-A" LOV\ I SPOSSOUS CAMT BE As> I 300P-l" Kr-S--%  '(HP SCHOOL' S ll\ |mim\ Hallo I LISTEN. TO aaWMrTTR WANTS riA'A. ASO-ES'A.vS.1 -*J_ohS -A--A! R1GMT 1 CUMCV LLE i^Eom\ATo> -.TO HEAR LOW MSE..>tX O TWIN* IT WAS 9R SALAHAP ME WAS i 13 k .SA^TS -j MT ASJ-• a— s ANT EvER>i-"' M .o.-r tE to SIT LOTVMEEL. (A^ Fly To MIAMI EVERA BRITISH WEST INDIAN AIRWA Y5 %  ng on th I PIT iu:\m IN VOIK DIMM. ROOM Ihr Munn-Saui^Wa} %  %  a Top* si.iHni.tTii.-. Chli i.-. %  Tr.i TTDIICM. Wull %  %  LS. HILSOA A Good Night's REST Is So Important l to you nink peaceful!) 00 four %  %  %  Or do ^"ii Ua doara ariia ayea . to ha %  1 the da> 1 01 umi tiiwit Mm \i.ur. men and aoanaa abba n bj laalet) -r 1 rundown 1 ..ciiiiiiini find iiuto rhi :i l>t much i.halp in ibun Hi, irmi mil ..ill. 1 which help build up %  %  rhofe -\-i.-m battar ronditioa 1i11rm.1l ... lad r. .1 turv of ;. %  don t let proper paal Gel Mi Nerve Pood In th. t baae to your ai ,'-As As OVgRVOR> ami ingrrdirnuol Vicka Vai I PASfiB I'Minni UX nn-tniis MBTAJ pi. itKF KIM;S ur.iNFRt'KMt:\RFMl Mg PM TOM ART CORNERS ROBERTS & CO. — Dial 3301. Children*s HATS CRINOLINE & STRAW and assorted colours_. while -$3 SCHOOL PANAMA HATS Prices S1.30. $159 and $1.75 TANCY PANAMAS FANCY PURL CAPALINES Wiilil.rjiniiiiil in "liile and luwal each -$r sr CAVE SHEPHERD & Co.. Lw 10, 11, 1?, & 13 BROAD STREET A new economical decoration for WALLS and CEILINGS DISTEMPER Covers in one coat Supplied in Powder form in many attractive coiol WHITE. CREAM. BLUE, SUNSHINE. GREEN, BUTT Made ready ior use by mixinq 2| pints wt<' \ou on MOTORS (Hoo* '.. l :i ll.! %  W Cycle n Volu



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I ui'sihiv April l Smrbaks fcjcate riee: E CEXTS Year 55. WOMEN WANT SERETSE AND WIFE Teetotaller Sees | I | M | 'SHEIS OUR QUEEN' Lighted Portholes — In The Sky LONDON. April 17. JMAING SAUCERS trr li. c':iv reported to liavr boon f ,^,1 ovci N'M /i:il;mil. \ man al Wiiro. north of ffelHiigton, awl %  woman .1 North PBIIMIIIUW both describJ | bjott lliry saw in the iky MM aifhl racOBtl) av annul bll ibr i/i"( the iimim." W.l Team Keep Fingers Crossed LONDON. At . *, keeuuu; 'I'*'"" Angara crossed 2a Ann" 2* if > thai time no ,..., Ken SSfJiiio Hospital wriUi free from .. ,i ledayi from th. \ plcl c 2 V.,... uTNorth Hoepital, COOTlCd tO l)C ". bt able lo )oln ihc team 111 about .. ,, Tonight Mr. Kidnej and the reWinder we enterEsd at t cocktail party by he v odstion u a M I.:.! Warner who lour. % % %  %  %  -Cower. t*d ihc object was a meteor noi Two w.'ihnjrtoi: man declare* old light of sobriet] that I winking orange tail-light." M Walter totallrt long in the %  %  Inhabitants of the Lebanese i>rted seeing rear" Hying westward last inch!.—Router. Mr A l! H itx t -We Chile Is Solid Bastion For Democracy — KiV/p/a rW YORK, April 17. itional show%  i oi uck> %  i or Chile %  i'tlull. estimated by police at 150,000, tmti 10.000 gatbarad in the City Hail Park %  %  mocracy in the American hemtsp %  H objective 4 i %  length on the portion ot the Comi hile and whether %  lenwnl there was n menace to the country. %  gainst the Communl i '''.He is not a workta —Renter. Din. Lend Lease Repori UNGTON, Aj ril 17 tunstrt lo'' that M On Ua*. irnod "> aW-< to te rcpoii Commutl*! SERETSE MUST A'OT* Li£4iVE PRtJVC'ESS ELIZABETH EXPECTS A BABY DON, Apr.l announcement indicating thai liuckinyham Palace. It read Princess Elizabeth, Duel i take no further public enc-i^en: %  : %  %  inow Ul Malta with I %  • lurgh wh : ibor 1949. When i on the laland %  % %  The Princem also sptnday with Malta Iron mtil tvecmbcr ? %  %  %  : following SPORTS WINDOW Kmpin-m .iftcrnooti nt Qjuai i. | ^•rorw (Hvnioii Ko,Hbii raafcrii com. o Bo>> win pu. DJITWin ihTturd t*vir o and V M I' %  IM ROM. A will pU> L. M .'i-Min.iUMOgM Tha nm M&Ri -I V30 Al 1.3* Foliir -ill nt. -i>ario* Rwnmmi Ll Sara< K baAfjotow hoi i %  ad Ri ri L One Killed In Demonstration BUNK Manlev Says HUNK" is the term which Mr N W. Maiuev, K.C \< People's National Party, ha %  recently by CDC In %  Trcfgarne, that il Jamah internal political roMroveisies it would be morv lundiKive to economic devclnp% %  %  %  %  A Madman In The Skies m IT. A d here last night < hen enerk, i TI :i led a* %  %  %  %  %  d then il %  Iteulrr American Slabs German Civilian %  H \|>ril II %  %  %  %  %  Germai i Ivillan i .. BECHUANALAND, April 17 v^ERETSE KHAMA, banished chief designate of the Bamangwato tribe, told hundreds of danc ing and shouting tribesmen and women from all parts of Bechuanaland here to-day: "I have been driven away from my country." Seretse is now on an authorised visit to his white wife, Ruth. The cr ow d gathered io the grounds of lus house on skirts Of Serowe. nave him and his Knylish wife ovation when they appeared on the verandah Telling the people the terms of his return for five days, Si jf said; '"This demonstration disproves i nt statement thai 10 not want rru\" I do m when I Will return, Seretse added. %  KtuUr. Greece Gets A Coalition Govt. AT! I I 17 Prim. I Populist Part) %  i toi pn taUon to >>g tom SJ£lZ nox ., PopuiW UadOi < onstantm Ldaris, who controls 62 eatsDulch Queen For Britain % %  %  w iinu ir r Qoaon Julia I Quaen ^ Ba> privat< i Madon. Mr. Manley, ad conuniUee ol the House nt Raprogtc4awV0> on unemployment reiiei in KlnfWon Una %  • "Political <"onfl|cts and dUtereneei of opinion in this country, are not i] express%  that gjantli Why all should gi hot under VI ., little the meek way they with IH to do, I Dinnol iniagine. This i %  all political no..' from abroad can requl %  ronlam and poul cies: I am at a loss to diacovei ui ix* lUffeated Uud we are more extreme and undOb 'U.S. Delay Kepi) To So> iete %  licved call Ve Trade Agreement PRANKFI'lti. April IT. : 111(1, Al %  %  %  %  Kr uter o ,he 50 icat Chamlx'i-said at a partj fore King Paul opened Parliament this morning: %  IT %  %  'i the elec. rgel7 those %  lasty-io proteci electoral House thai ;, i General! vould "co-opeiate WlUI n to implement a lai trlbution of taxauon Bnppsfftani Support! the Ventseloi i istd by Un' f< | Oeaarai n ajoi 10 M • %  "' vote i understood thai the naty opposed to any leniono m the treatmilitant left* mgers, Aouiii not oppose Amerkan ip. -.mires for Greek i#cov%  tter urging ant inform did not take tlon the state of % %  % % %  % %  The letter, from Ambaaaador Hems Orad> to former P/emier %  .... ;:eek Goernmrr.l n K %  # On pane 3 SfufuHTS Vr' Ullt Better Conditions HTNGTON, April 17. The St a 1 1 h nounced to %  n reply ; which allend II mUltaQ i %  I %  .-n up to intei state Depai %  P %  eminent haj —Reiittr %  I with knife %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  I %  ....-.v.i'S"l J .r e c,K,Hc 1 !" in(orcr,nc„„l,aa!:;r; '" '" "" %  %  %  %  imiMMwi %  %  %  Renlei night. —Reutrr. Hold I ;.s. UUetics In \\ ashington %  %  Amateur AMSTERDAM \\ ril %  The Seal 4 the inlernaUOPaJ Workers ig 5,500,000 canici. thrvuglioul the world— 1 tday to decide on action up H protests against i imtKK |fjl h .; ( conditions on ship* undei ne| ai ni Hag. The mceUng will last two days \n Oslo Conferenw of the federnfO to hoyKNHAC;KN. tprtl ll allow Russia to eutti i anrage which i.i the Dams) d ..i Bon i pokesPlahkine, %  %  %  nd smallar inuta. and to establish Iwaes in Roi Ikirnholn %  %  %  for an American prlvafc %  • Baltic M i let-many %  Bernhoun snore %  The Rueatan craw, on -Rruter / nfounded /tumours UOND 'N April 17 rVi r %  ; loo i intaj %  ml Mont%  %  Quietly but most at the wonv •d Ti>e\ souattad on 0 ground while be vcrandai' Speaking through an Intel tot god with i th rafual i oment's laggai that they did not want Seretse as Chflei *Wi much end we warn his wife, ihi i "Then' Tl" eldest of the group, a 75-ye.-. II. ioaava Lrni HI MI II ii in • %  in liiiin>. a "Oh. I knewyou'd 'ike du Maurier f they are made for mil lUfh I'lirtt.ttlnr fieoplt at you" RUSSIA WALKS OUT L AKJ %  lug system! % % %  I ecu %  %  topped %  tinue but tlacidad for tha illative, i detencr pro%  landardli %  %  Yes, but it's the i iih sntisfyiMg flavour of really elmue Virginia that appeals to me." (IH.I. -iHiM.ili rouipan. % %  ri-lnii for Mint loiirurv. It% the ggjs*, (Indu Man Idler lip it lon-idrrrd ike grealeal gfeaksvan n k > i %  u riijoviiirnl niad* in (be pal lift .•as no V du MAURIER THE EXCLUSIVE FILTER TIP CIGARETTE it.'II n.v.r b. b.ll.r cig.t.tlc 93 Cnt< lo. 50 wi Dtafani


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TUESDAY, APRIL 18 ru;i SIX IIARBADOS. ADVOCATE l l t Specially designed tor Barbados, this bu-wn broque is now on show in lead.ig stores. See them for yourself. made by JOHN WHITE II COOD TO (Ng. s & s U Mstlurx) B| fn and Bottled In SUART & SAMn LTD. No wendtr %  out of 10 people *i S 8c S again STUART SAMP80* L j iMdguarten for BOM p^ JUST RECDR Pkas. (ioddanb' n Powder Lux Flake, Rinso Tin. Silvo „ Windolene „ Shinio ,. Chemieo 8 ., 1-0-1 Cleanser | ., Horplc $ Bols. O'Cedar PoW >: I INCE & Co.. I DIAL 2236 sown K. . r\\\o\ ?*T M* PBCWtlf JUtt rt-tN I w*i '0 iOit MlO*. ,. \0ftilY MAMSMfiJu 1IM %  ./OMttUV 'H| LONE RANGER STILL I ftU06( I'D BITT(S TILL OUR GUI*' Hi* M>sr & ON TMI WAV. BM*5 THIS LATfftT BIT OB KSWS WILL MftKfc 'f I OLD FOOL *& %  •! NC ro SQUIAI,..-* LIT HIM 00!/ ^M %  t ( %  h i i 1 c//ip /ei/ee/-//xscl/rtH'Ht J BY FRANK STRIKER I -'.WSMME 1 CARRS BISCUITS "—,-. %  HDf BY C 4 CO ITU CARUUE IIG1U0 BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC.MANUS Obtainable from all GROCERS & DRUG STORES •• a •••• ••• -.-J "B-OtV TME MON...YOJ TW> CARA3EMAN I OO BY A LEX RAYMOND Tkii > %  ic.< - brM. tM ihe %  pom CM rniriuuaK who nui hill blooded ipoiM cm perfomn-f at on oconoinkml pr.t The HIV .. itwilbna iptcd. rorootJvt cnaiof. oiaoaUkTiK brafc.m inJ %  mift*llixii (ftp ol Utc road %  ( all 'pd(TD stHiis) WITH NEW FEATURES THAT MAKE IT THE FINEST MIDGET EVE* J/OH£T i*ufc c JAt&*H / i IN n HI T THE SI i RETS FROM MISS HKKIIIA LAMAS NEW YORK SALON THIS WEEK AT COLLINS LTD. BROAD STREET, from Monday 17th to Friday 21t April 3 THE PHANTOM BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES I Mill ROYAl 4. \ll\4.f LTD Phone 2385 Distributors Phone 4504 BE) BROADWAY SI I.I I Tit NXLONa xlixKIM.-. Sl.U per pair all Shssa PLAMII ... W hile Blue, Lemon A l-iakSK-l urn-. i'i. \ in inns imilUaasMir Sie. tads VELVET KIHHON In Red. stack, NIT, an. Gross READVMADE SPORI HEAR FOR LAMES %  IH.OMW,\Y DHB8S HllOf. At Your Servk SJsilled Siafl and Modern F|iiipment FOR O SPEEDS and EXPERT REPAIRS • MAINTENANCE O SPARE PARTS O TVRE SERVICE O SPRAY PAIN 11 m JO" Sec M first for !' ECKSTEIN BROSi BAY STREET. ''h.Mic. |a; W/Shop :—: **



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PAGE IMI i: BARBADOS ADVOCATE ll XV M'llli IH| BARBADOS fii AlA'CMIl ( %  Malay, April in. issn Clerk* THE revival of the Barbed Union eeemi I IIIMI llrokin Mar rial*!'* lah (inn I <. is Dunns two wasta i hundreds of miles across > IMI country Nothing meets the eye but Ud stunted, lifeless trees. pMts and rangy cattle of indifftit %  %  %  Almost as soon as a Bamang%  %  %  are ttla into the them I .I*JM l I 4.1 lllSSIS 11,1 %  %  %  I li.baj MM Saws i" %  .%  .,, %  parhaiM u>. laabaa if tt i. Ins I11-.1 i.lli-iii %  Off MM ii i,r haa lost .aiii.bafara Ha man gwalot at trtbal astemblu 1 Serowe wear Furova %  The women water carriers ff 1 %  %  %  They < % %  Wife I 01 I %  III* %  I %  loch for t)M witch the chl 11. lor 1 loose %  Ha maj %  lloh lo Minis %  • orta %  %  %  %  %  %  I %  %  %  %  %  %  the tuft %  %  ..f Africa %  1 %  B %  I alay. A l.mr INPIMMI 1 %  1 flours IN UelW* 11 i,v iiuii. ii daetoi ^iti..uni_ 11<" ii rod •"> i^"" tround t"l 11 I %  |H Uii ! %  innlly d If they %  lit meat. f the arid pajtu f and fruit %  %  %  >! %  %. *OiWr %  %  .Voiiini IfiiililWs %  %  %  The Red-Bogey' Man Digs lip A New One j •*• \ inrenl I.Yan% ^HINCTON FOUR of us were playing canasla — a | aaamsn from Oregon, Felix Belair. of ( Rf Yurk Times, a Senate official, and ^ Suddenly the Congressman threw down his hand and exclaimed: "Senator Joseph I McCarthy—man or beast?" There are three things that happen when] Senator McCarthy makes one of Ml advertised announcements that he is going to speak :— IPresident Truman goes off into a highlevel tirade that the 40-year-old bachelor from Wisconsin is Marshal Stalin's greatesi friend. 2. Every major newspaper in the United tsa to him six or seven columns, tears him to pieces in the opinion columns. and . :. The phone rings in a little Virginian M the Potomac River when the many people — a woman—i thy has accused of being a Communist. A voice the woman does not know says : "Get out, you dirty Communist," and nnijs off. This morning McCarthy named the man who he claims is going to provide evidence that Dr. Owen Lattimore. high State Department adviser, has been a Communist. McCarthy gave to a secret session of the Senate investigating committee the name of Professor Louis Budenz — excummui Catholic who was readmitted to the Catholic Church after he renounced Communism and ..) his job us managing edilur York's Daily Worker. Sandy-haired father of three dau^! Budenz is a man in whom the United 51 Government itself has expressed Lta COUfiJ* He was one of the men on whom they called inthe New York trial to prove that 11 Communists c 32 Cream of Wheat l barge pucks | 02 52 Trinidad Muriruiladr dins 1 %  ',) M H anaWeVaaiaBSal WALLABA POSTS 8 and 10 ft GALVANISE SHEETS 24 Gauge — 7, 8, 9 ft ALUMINUM SHEETS 6, 8, 10 ft AT WILKINSON & HAYNES CO.. LTD., Successors to C. S. PITCHER & CO., LTD. PHONES : 4418, 4472, 4687 in i>/ 17 SAME IH.I I! D' k' i %  .. %  -. %  r ;.\XKI> Mlt.K I-OTATO cm %  ''LNEAPPLE JUICX oxo nits ... pkc n %  i a i ., tin 24 Ix.t IK. & 85 .. !>M El STANSFELD. SCOTT & CO.. LTD. %  ii,..v becoroo lame or loc his ap%  u>. ami) i Msa-j %  • •*"" yrtaai iii >i whoir tillatM %  111 tl..iul ' Hliru llir MSB run U\ %  are in no hurry %  ...,.... -........ ..... — %  \ %  %  %  %  an eiaborirni being front. %  K ..niiK the witch doi llH,ul xhe tall SMprrolilMMis IN OUR HABERDASHERY DEPT. THE EDICO SOLINGEN LONG HANDLE RAZOR %  —:ALSO:— BARBER AND SCISSORS COMBS For DM tkl Joe McCarthy has brought up charajai ssaii En high public oltlce claiming thai IM %  have been slapped down. McCarthy has t>een left ; \t\\ BOOSEVBLT — I W.i .lungton they think hi But it is .n UU ItMOSI West that the Hepubluans i voles. I .iski'vl th canasta-playing Congiessm,nv 'If %  %  'A had been 1 CongnmmmD ild have ,.ie Press con. land tied behind hi -I I s. GET YOUR REQUIREMENTS FROM DA COSTA & Co, LTD. Dry Goods Department ==s It. .. a l^kirl ok' INliralt' Wkite Lare> FOIl ,ft %  %  %  %  %  %  : I I I %  he chl .., U an electric... I A. | made fonic • ^>X '. produced to Uw ferrJ to %  -. It master at that nev. [ten by the boy* PI?*" A %  j-. #asn Ighl b! %  %  %  %  much was the necesand S I CUM ill %  : IMS % %  HE IVne was chosen but i looking f"i %  i %  %  %  %  i.mas* •• Her ksrm. Sksse i/ipn n i bank* ichosen but %  > master-worknian lure. I .,: neglected a greater S AQKIFFITII. he Board on Checker Mall. vert Si Lucy Meaam April 15. 1950. LETTtas nhl.b are slnra nlth a im-le-pluine, but urn %  in—irarlri by thr i mln— FT boo* tides, will be Un ttti. Msaj SMS Maa the Lditor'i desk earh week, aad reader. are agal rrniindrd of the aeeeaaitj for the wrlter'a name to n to the Editor, uut for publicaUoa. bat n an AMUTwil faith. FINE CUTS I 'frw Of Tender Nutritious Meats. I OK iOIII PAHTY!! D'y & SWMI Martini Koy.l Club 01a Mo,ll. WMi. Godd.rdi Go'd ttaid Rum, lop Nolch Ri.ni. Cocklail Onions. Co.H.,1 Paanull. CHMltltli IV..9I.11, Corklail Sauiaoa. FOB YOI B MST! PI KIN V 0OG CHOW 4 lb Bag 90c.



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agoA?. APRIL 18. 1950 CLASSIFIED ADS. %  %  "" %  mHAKIIAIXIS \imic.\ii PAGK SEVF.N W \.\TKD FOR IIKM MOUSES THANKS • riMut it po. who ~~"ai.5J2* nnfltfi. EBw*rd Griffith. iSL m * % %  "'i 1 "" 1 > S&i * " %  ;7S" ft c* •' return thank* t I "£25 *• ~ !" b oouuimi oMm for pnv*t. OuUUnaa Ciro flop )• So~ (, „ tort* Prertoc. Eof., THE n\KR41>o> Ml II tl ~~^^^i=; SI. SB si.a so—t.f pnotMiMt. : > UU] MOTKE OJl'lta—On* Office Sanitary Laundry CO Tel Via* V •J^PVHL !" ""-^om iMh Ms. ,o £•*, * %  ***• '"llv (umUh^^S *** %  * "•• % %  Exeellrn 3 monthly. Ring Don* 334* 13 4 58— Tn. bathing HEATHFIELO-On the c c for tl month* of May. j Mtw 4, j uIy i*t Church. Phono SMS. H 30—3ii. orviw Itat !h* B> order „f the Commuter. MM -:. Publir Sn\vH-C nn *A HELP %  *ary Apply by Inur MM Manager, l*..*^*,Cotton Facto rv Ltd ,11.1 1 AN -\PfiVrc-d Mechanic Apply U rrtung with reference* to The Mra|n hatoM Oarage i**0> Lad TnbM *"*• 18 4 50—In -SS Exist for Energetic men 10 work aa Iiuumnor Canv.—e.. with I'nlted Inve.ton Co Lid. Applv bv letter and m parson on WMMWt. Itth April lo Uc.ll** ln>on Co. Ud Maihlll Street II 4 so—* REAL ESTATE AKHTON — On-Sea. Mi.t.li ChMel Church PuBy rurnUh^"^!."!^ • cur Bedrooma. Drawing and Dining room*. Verandah* overlooking the *ea convenience* Dial 3807 .4 4.50—Sn or sail IN MEMORIAM "*•-'', %  fjatp on April litn ii-**" F-SMU Slid .nuad £ ii haarl yw matiy linger*. S **• dftBl t*in*I'J' :..-. %  •••* ilaflai HOMII SSSa BOACK. who waa t. % mldngfet *M T* *lnln*T tan, en Wnaly g !" ^ "^, -, love **Ur ton SAII: %  vmvE N ,.. ronlaon 10 cwt „ I .-.* %  da* K.(. lrtlfT L In ood cwiditvui. tor \i*win<. •M or naart 0*1' Appl* It BaaM'i Auclkui luoma. Haid"ABay. %  .m to 12 noon dally. l*.4.SO-an HkH CVCUV-Onr H • A MotOl 1^ H P. 'M-WOi. In good ror.__ Applr R. Cox. itarta (rap fAT CO l SO—2n BUNGALOW M Navy OarOrru, sionr. *ituaied at M> T-o Boof R-ard and Shingled ". 1 x 8' a Shed IS x •, %  1 I'hllip. For AlHtlJ' to BoKaa premite*. 15.4 SO—In. PUBLIt SALES AUCTION By in*tructwn from Mm Lilian Br, n l w *• by %  % %  "<"' -l Her yard ai head of (.helm Road on Tuwday the UU, of *. P .V J* oClock on* newly bulll 111 10 nouae. And on Thur*day the aOih at two o clock on lh ipot at Bay Slreet obliquely opponte the Aquatic CluD (iap a chattel building called Merlon. II coniist* of gallery, drawing .md dining room*, two bedroom*, kitchen. touat. and paling*. Both houM* t„ oe removed and munt be Mid. TWtM Cult. D'ARCV A. SCTT. %  Drepaul • fniay tho ai* u^un, „ |"" mi ^ %  %  ''V< > T7jMrrED W1BT tm>tA niacL rr 6T B*u^rNci r^ BAi,BADos " %  %  U n£JS^v'?TD Wls ^ ,NI>IA RUi1 14 .hare* In the n nos ICI CAHRINGTON U SO-*! %  —illyd a HI* iX-HU -ill. ^fcaai Radio. Apply Millet Room KiMnw Build ml. Telephone 1R 4 50— 3 St I HP. Saloon IM6 %  oh A Co 18.4.50—4n llAr.v A. Scott of llaaj ofler* ihe MIowtBI %  1rge >1> Unr piopetty C— ila ta of 10 of land and a two it 1 In perfect urdcr At Si J.ll.rof around :ut acre* of Und and ftorey Stone houte which hgt a lovely view of the *ea. Al Chriii rAurctl OHO i| property eonsitting o( 9 aiable acre* vl land and .1 ro *utrey Wall hou.e. Al St. Joaeph one Hi properly conalat. g of 20 acre* of land and a -ton. wall boune, wllh guvt water and .... 1 D'ARCY A SCOTT. U4SO-4n. llMta* lord V-8. Its* modal. Juct ( evoUultd and painted. Phone I O. Ujne Oarage. Tweed*lde m 114 50-n 9*-X" Moni* lu-cwt Van Ju*1 anmrdiMe delivery FOOT U. OARACiE I.TI>. Tekphon* 15.4 M> 4n I BCir.i,LM 9.4.50.—Tn. SU*-* 0 Sporla Model. In good ordor. ne t>Tej and top No *> afar -efuaeo'. Apply Jefkra> Phone 1435 18 4.50— On VOCK One Federal truck. wiUi PUt%  vjrbauiad. Fairly Good Tyre*. I to May lie, I95D. H, Jaaop Co Ltd. 194 60—Sn LKTB ICAL %  Mac m K .ou u >P !" c MIXER ,I( ["^-devaluation -%_'**' "wn TO-DAV M O W tf*TMos ai CO LTO. Broad Hi 18.4.60—Sn 1 Thorougnbred Flllv by —-iWild race In AuaTu-t Her Dam E!*" "**ca-H">,nrc Applj O L ^N N-r,oorL June. 18.4.6ft—Sn. •TOVr PARTS Flame *<*. Wlck^amera, FUrni 1 **OwM. Oeneralori. and other Aulo Tyre Co Trafalgar S4 60—tin '*AKWEn PIPE tmtM RARNW *. ro LTD IMLH f FR1QEM1NT8 A t n / mini u all drug More* I N fa m M9XBT m fc rS^V- w "ITCH %  CO LTD. Rroad ;t 1* 4 50in J*^ .^--s r,, •, „ I Sf"HATS ^d HAND%  K? a^"s, MODOU gVIn!ili5 !" *i. ntATHHlS. !" riSSnt_CHI,u ,,;R -'" %  wfSS !" Ss )A y h i >M> '" :pi p l _5?. x xy" THn,o %  •" -• %  i! l,v v RAAI.TC 11.,. -I S' .1 SO—In UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER THE FURNITURE ETC. cAi.a.au.i.1) IM -i By in*lruotoi> renxved John Hrir>tDii (formarly Mr. Einberno. we will *ell by auction on the 2nd. 3rd and u M.... Thpectl room Front verandah EVecu-tc light, power and water are Inatalled Ihroughoul. Inspection by appointment Phone 1J0* Th* above will be aat up to public competition at the office of the underngned on FrlOaty thr loth April 1*60 at S p m For further panful*** and condition* o* sale apply to HUTCHINBON it HANFIXU) %  en Jamr m w 6n WE J.-111 a., ,. p nr _,.. cwm^Ution u our Offlce No: 17. nigh A lywpiiinB ho ul0 lfiMTOerlv hr klaiiager. House of Good;:. WMK t? h J *'"nah "f Sal rJ!Il-L hr s Un,l on v • Jrne.ieurern.-rit t Acre 1 Booa*. 4', Perche. or thiceabouts %  ,,, %  1 ,..„ f o^ ,r P"" 101 -!*"* d Condition* or Sale, apply to hr „„. : OOT'i: 13 1 An Aoi.tant Ma-ier t>r (he Christ Church Boys Foundation School, from the lt May 1*60. to tea.-h Spam.h BTI.1 > arm Subject* Salary on approved Scale according to qualification and etrga Application* should it sent with full 1 :a)iAcatlon and experience, 1c Headmaster not later than Und April. W H ANTR^mrs. Sec. to Oo*. Body. Ch a, Bo,. Foundation School 9 4 5e—Tn. LOST A HMMI LOST WATCH Lett 4 pel v--uv*u On prane Beacn or.* uatctl Swtoe rraag. retui QUEENS COLLEGE ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS 1950 The Entrance Examinations ftp yueen's College MI. I be held lr will nave ait.. f "" o" MM %  idy, ii ^ I'ojjU'aa-. will be admitte.1 %  i January. 19AI September. 1951 i'H-li m -r UTDBI M Arplicailon* for the vaea oraamn .t , savour, will by the undeniBned up 10 ? April s urth „ l%a ,. on apptica: %  1 1 Andrew, "ft Wl. gf' V JERSE1 SILKS in I |.lJin loloura 1 00 a yd. and iTRIPES in lovly background if & SI 58 g yd. You ran't afford lo Hhl these latest fashion hits; THANIS Pr. Win. Ilj Slr^ei Dial 14M GOD'S WAY OF SALVATION MADE PLAIN Freo Book from S. Roberta, 30, Central Avenue. Bengor, N. Ireland Meooe*eeeoantt'e lnite-1 • HETtOD \IWISHA SKJEETE IN purseiMM-e of an Order in Court m the ..bo,, gl tSlh day of March 1#30. "mere* 0 "' havtng an-ctlng 5L. ta u?s..' ,0 sr rI >" rue ivhm. %  '' %  "' %  % %  • %  -., %  '"•.'-.. %  .I ... Und* of lite Eat..-. 1 %  **** %  *** and ..i, ihe publi. or howewea,.!. .. bound to bring bri. their saul CIMIIW Mtl any Tue-L, Pyorrhea and Trench Mouth Stopped in 24 Hours SHIPPING NOTICES MOMKKAL AISTRAII. M V. 'IALA*D I.IN1 IIMITtn (M.A.N.X. LlNKl I %  PRVOrfle achedulrt Svdney March 15th, Brtabane April rlt Ing Trinidad Mav 8th I s CITY OF DIEPPE*sail. A i-ide April land, Melbourne May •tf lath. nn*b.ine May I II Trinidad June 15th Theie veaeel* have ample space %  llled, hard froaan and general n Cam accepted on throuih nun HA transhipment u : Hritiah Guiana. Barbados, Windv%ar lceaid Island*. 1 g ^t^ther particuler* apply: H'RNXSS. WITHY CO. I TTt Agent. Trinidad. DA COaTTA a CO I Agent. 1 M V %  Caribbeewill accept Cargo and Passenger* fee '•nmiit'ia. Antigua. Monsten-l. St. KitU-r**vt* aalllng 3l*t April. The M.V. "D**rwoodwil) ac >-ept Cargo nnd Paasengers fo> St. Lucia, St Vnwrnl. Grenada, Aruba. ditv al -..liing will be given B.WJ. SCHOONER OWNERS' ASSOCIATION (INC.) Conig.o*o. TEL. 404i ggkS sr YORK KCRVIrt %  all* Air. i %  11 -a. "1 April ITih Aoril ith April 8th May %  %  hour* of %  Appeal a* the Court 1!.. %  %  Ing to Ihr %  %  %  %  day Ihe 3l*t day bo 1*1 dead %  March 196ii %  PI UNTtTf CYRIL BRUCE DHOOKS DEFENDANTS: THIUJXA NORMA AGATHA ClBBoNs %  TOM THOMAS JiOCn T.-'.i 1 *"' "*""* %  ? "' l, *' li "->"* c.lled or known a •ron OM MII stand* and there:., Cil> %  % %  containing by udnica*Lreniciil 1T89 square teat ..... ..IId.. It...!..._ 4 1 t ^ .. ^^ • of th. Dtfa vt the saw ptn -' %  • Wellington sire, • bun end bound logelher win ail other building, landing and L. ng wltr, the appur P a tf &so Butting'and bound, tig on the V**>1 on land* Winston Thoma. James and on Und* of a place railed < ItM said Theima Nor. id FasBill file : Dated 3*lh M.1HI1. 1950 .uu-err. 4 4.5 4n OFFICIAL NOTICE %  %  %  • ovumanla e > Tuesday or Friday b*lwe.. %  said property. i all .latin* ( Dgainsi Ina OFFICIAL SALE %  IN mi tSgUI \M 1 01 in r>| y, %  I.; %  %  %  %  %  I 01 ia day the 2nd day %  %  1 formerly pal %  IVter and Mend nforeaald eontairuni %  %  Utr nf th.Ertat* Midi Eatal* of Char*** Wekl. Ltmi* of the Fatal.1. ... on tha %  H the sanrf IT bound and if not I %  I -1 ..m £104 3 4 Dnlrd Ihi* 11th L, I V Ag Clerk of the PLAINTIFF. CYRIL BRUCE U I.AiniNE HOIIIN.O-. and quarter p,>rche* of • road which wt i.vale road !;"""'r1 "$?' Bu ,n " nd >" %  %  <*•>' 'ow.rd. the Norih l *,'*t* "' ' towaid* thr Ea*t on land, now \ -t land* foiiuc --"Vo* the said V, however eSM the same nuij narnM I on the BV 1-..1 (i 1 m land_. the public road • %  the defendant UrUi(>>ii>r Minus An*-:/ Control f Lumber Prices (Defence (Amendmenl) Order IS . ., ., | D nha Orncin 1950. maximum tcUil selling prices (if %  %  SHINCI.h.s RED CBDAB NO. 1 AND 2 GRADES" are as follows.LlOOOft ^Oft LICENSE NOTICE CJ* "* %  April 188* •*!, *? *V "I April 1M W* will set up for sale *t puMtc comnatation al our Otace No 11 High St l*lrJf*etown, on Friday the 28th day or April 1*50 at 3 58 p.m. :— Alt that three-storied me**uage 01 dwelling house known a* The Brick Houaa and tha land thereto belonging, containing by adin*0*urarn**lt 1.034 %  ouare feel or thereabout* *ltuate ni Spry St. nrtdgetow-n. Bnapecllon any days asMPt Sunday*. on ap*lkallon on th* pi-anuM* For further particular., and Condition* of Sale, kooly to the undaratgned %  cornja. CATFORD. co 16 4.50 •<* '•StrNTSET VOEW-Rockley (Adjotn ing BLUE WATERS>. on the land *'dof the road facing the Ray with 11.40 %  ouare feet of land including ihe sn acroaa Ihe road running to 'he *ratgv*i %  dge The houae contain* verandah drawing >nd dining room*, three bed->nma with runnlrf water nd all M*f "fnce* including hi taken wltt wnsboard. Water. Bectrlelty. Oak* I'd Radl' installed. Garage and Servant* room* In yard Inspection any day-Phon* 8J8S. Mr Bellamy The shove will be set eempetlUon al the fSe* of stgned on Friday, the Ilt at 1 p.sa. M*g-n, v CARRCGTON /Lura* Street I Ked Cedar No. 1 Grade Red Cedar No. 2 Grade COLUMN TWO (not more than) $25.45 per 5 bundles containing 1,000 $21 15 per 5 bundle* containing 1,000 Attention is drawn to the Contiol of Prices I Defence i ment) Order, 1950. No. 15 which will bf published in the Official Gazette of Monday. ITih April. 1950. 2.. Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling prices of "Bags—used (excluding imported second-hand bags)" and "Bread—plain" are as follows: — Bags—used (excluding imported %  tOOfid-aWea tag*tj (a) Sugar—unwashed •—washed and darned. (b) Rico—unwashed —washed and darned .. (c) Oilmeal (d) White Cotton Bread—Plain WHOLESALE PfUCI (not more than) Ml. itlai-in.l 21 J 50--4n 22c. each 30c. each 20c. each 2*V each 8c. each 20c. each 2 o. for 2c. Notice: —Brrad— plain. The weight has been reduced froi; 16.4 DIXON t& BLADON 'JOHN M. BLAIM1N. A.I v. K.\ \ I K | IMaaDa* I M VIM/I ll.\ Before buying rxamlnr our extensive lint* of high flags Property and Land moj %  M Mtl I'UnUlioi.s Huildm, BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY CORPORATION LTD. GENUINE DM CROWN GINGER All 4.01 S Bl I IER HITH RUM OR WHKkY.






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WOMEN WANT

T eetotaller Sees
Lighted Portholes
—In The Sky:

LONDON, April 17, |







SERETS
‘=F ‘SHEIS OUR QUEEN”




SERETSE MUST NOT LEAVE

BECHUANALAND, April 17.
SERETSE KHAMA, banished chief designate of |
the Bamangwato tribe, told hundreds of danc- —

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A Madman |



mLYING SAUCERS were to-day reported to have been
I seen over New Zealand. A man at Wairoa north of
Wellington, and a woman at North Palmerston beth describ-
ed an object they saw in the sky one night recently as



ing and shouting tribesmen and women from all
parts of Bechuanaland here to-day: “I have been
driven away from my country.”’

Seretse is now on an authorised visit to his white

In The |

Skies

MARSEILLES, April 17.

Paris-Algiers airliner was

“about half the size of the moon.”

. Pies sala eek idk alk wife, Ruth.
WwW. Team

The crowd, gathered in the grounds of his house on
the outskirts of Serowe, gave him and his English wife




\ neither a meteor nor an aeroplane. |
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the cold light of sobriety” that; _ "Geen AOGREE AN? USDA T Ty oe a eee ee hare, ae reed to land here last night when : :
- oe. . _ | they saw a flying saucer with “| y Arab passenger went berserk, their greatest ovation when they appeared on the veran-
; eep Fin OPS ane. ranae tail-light.” I ICESS ELIZABETH tacked the hostess and then tried} @ah, Telling the people the terms of his return for five
ore Sa ~ year - old Walter | ye his @ephew days, Seretse to-day said: “This demonstration disproves
. ithers, self-described “teetotall- | iY 1 y e Gove > sta’ y ré -
: § you ¢ not wa . c
F ‘rossed er”, said he saw a-“thirty foot long ECT Ss A BABY According to French Press re-| the Government statement that you do not want me.” T do
|row of lighted portholes” in the " r | port today, the Arab, Ahmed not know when I will return, Seretse added.
: 7 . - a 2S wid “ awe . ant ~ eo
LONDON, April 17. sky one moonless night some apy : Ks | Kaci, started shouting insults at oe T have been banished for ve
the West Indies Cricket team} months ago. ‘ LONDON, April 17. | ot passengers soon after the | - b years because it is said that if I
are keeping their fingers crossed Inhabitants of the Lebanese Princess Elizabeth is expecting her second baby. An {plane took off from Le Bourget Russia Will hy ae ee wer oe
- f vy ¢ i > , age a f r — . : . , . . . - . Y anc orogress FOUL ic r <1.
anti! April 24. If by that time no | village of Zodona reported seeing announcement indicating this was issued tonight from ars ' “Tt is pa sful crowd sh . this
her players have followed Ken,a “saucer” flying westward last Buckingh Ms pte “ oe ae The hostess tried to quieten him “ _+his peaceful crowd shows, this
“s trail to Hospital with measles | night.—Reuter. uckingham Palace. It read “Her Royal Highness the but Kaci struck at her and then at Salv. e is untrue.”
Mi will know they are free from Princess Elizabeth, Duchess of Edinburgh, wili under- is nephew. Other passengers re- ag After Seretse had finished
ve ~ - ic $« > =7? t iY j ¥ , spee the ne a ¢ >
infection. Ce mn . . take no further public engagements trained hin ~ e ac ng kit an prem fm
The danger per1oc lasts > Caye ] e ~ olid eG ae eee ae ee ee This is usual procedure for Whe he | inded at Mar- ris un en ] quiet) TG most ¢ e women
from the day the germ 1s picked . ennouncing an expected Royal eil’es, Kaci and |} 1ephew were remained. They squatted on the
, up. Trestrail ho contracted | ~ } SPOR S | birth 7 isernbarked, Kaci was taken to an COPEMIAGEN, Anct- 11 ground while five of the older
ee autay. at & ; » l | Tcsamcci., sienaieeial : ) > . vEN, Apri 7 a re to the verandah
asles last Tuesday, and is now B st F Princess Elizabeth, who is 2 y Reuter se aE : ; ey women went on to the veran
North End Isolatian Hospital, as 10n or W {| on Friday, is now in Malta Sith & De nmark 7 to allow Russia to Speaking through an interpre-
London, is reported to be presser | ‘ INDOW her husband the Duke of Edin- aoe ee aati a ee ter and with deep emotion, they
avourably. He is expected to burgh who has been serving witl ° - : ; . 7 : said they wanted to refute the
ing favourably 4 ‘im , Ex Re ane st , surgh o has been serving with F Y the Takia a : wy, | Saad fi |
be able to join the team in about | e€ ocrac | ieteemion 2 at user pare a the Royal Navy in the Mediter- imerican Stabs an ny Goce ieee a. British Government's suggestion
atortnight or three ieee | As Second Division Football mateh. jranean since October 1949. When apoye: § ae ! ’ ge pee A gfe car tata SUY SPOKES- | that they did not want Seretse “1s
} - Kidney anc je Té- som. O. Boys will play Notre she arrive s iele i eas ‘ B eresece Khama’s é alc > ay l@htet ‘“Wra |ws nail Z
Tonight Mr Ki ney. anct th en —Videla | bee oe ee ay, Notre she arrived on the island on March b ce ; ; ao | German Civilian Fle. suid. the. Soviet» Mitater in | Chief. ‘We want him very much
mainder of the team were en Nii ; : : PORE Ke Mivardint ct” Crtine 28 it was stated that she would ungalow home a Serowe | Copenhagen, M. Andrej Plahkine and we want his wife,’’ they said.
F tained at a cocktail party by the : NEW YORK, April 17. |] and ¥.M.P.C.—Fortress at Beck stay unvil the end of April and Ruth. | MUNICH, April 17 on Saturday rec jeetent | paueaianan “There is no one else,” The
S Sygar Manufacturers Association Cheers and the traditional show- les Road. " ‘ The Princess also spent a holi-++——~— | A 2%-year-old American "ide to aaha one lar aS . nate ye ae }eldest of the group, a 75-year-old
of Jamaica er of ticker tape greeted President | Basicet ee Pike YMCA cay with the Duke in Malta from re oldier wanted on 14 charges, who| and smaller units me cates | woman said: “The women want
They were welcomed on behalf | Gabriel Gonzales Videla of Chile grounce totale ite ganeie Marts November 20 until December 28 One Killed In escaped last night for the second lish bases in Roenne “capital” 7 {to speak direct to the King in
of the S.M.A. by Sir Pelham! today as he rode up Broadway to at 7.30. At 8.30 Police will en- last year, during which they tin in ve trom Amarines| Bornholm a the duct side | England.” Seretse’s 25-year-old
Warner who wished them a suc- | a City Hall reception gege the Barbados Regiment celebrated vheir second weddings . | ‘ . ae a oim, and on the east side f. , 5 . 4
arr ie *O ba t 4 E ik : . ema tUG Dem ) tstrat ym peu -1 tabbed and seri-j|of the island wife, who had stood silently ‘ty
cessful tour. wat Crowds lining the street were SRV ereesy Dla ons ace 1 njured German civilian the door as the women spoke
Among other guests on estimated by police at 150,000, he Princess’ first child, Princes BRES Fs ithe 1 i States Provost Marshal} Observers here linked the Soviet , cried when one said “she is ot
were Mr. H Dp. % ee ae nother crowd of about 10,000 Bi INK eee wes born at Buckit eet ies P, Apetl, ‘1 : ented request with the eight-day Ameri- | Queen and we will die with he
pr. A. H. psc sachin ~ *| gathered in the City Hall Park. atace on November 14, 1948, ee eae ween ate... aad 1 ee Homer Cook, of Nuskoge,| can search, which ended last night The last words of the deput
G. 0, Allen—By Cable. eebeas rianae ee ee ee | Whether the new baby is a | en taker pital OW Re- | Op ahon tints Pears ane | for A ieontal s cure ti Pecos 88 ‘jag
one ai cae 3 ante am a Ss I | or a girl, it will be third ; publican Security ¢ erious- Kane a Ge ae LN igee on pear San aes tee pone wes oe h as must not va
) Conference tha hile representea M line of success he thro ly injured hers i last ' Y is not disclosed, was r > ss 8 over the Baltic on S age : i was one of Ta
Dens Lend |a soli@d bastion for democracy in| ays an ey | tending Saat Pelacins Gass Neary between police and nstrato! i st th knife by a man]|a a from Wiesbaden, Germany I first occasions when women
f | the American hemisphere. “BUNK” is the term which Mr. | herself and Prince Charles, her| protesting ag t re f . : . r oe mowee ae re ine — ~ jn oO operate | have taken part in tribal gathes
His visit to the United States} W. Manley. K.C. leader of the) f"st baby, and taking precedenc: | Communist De waa | € om a photograph shown t from the Bornholm shore jings. Their views were heard by
Lease e ort P ¢ ives sid os fils, . anley, “U. leader z acta > ays os t ' detectives as the ex-|for the salvage operations, esti- l the idministration
= p : had the “exclusive objective o People’s National Party, has used! Cve! Princess Elizabeth’s sister | two ‘Track er who escaped t night by} mated to take about 30 days. _ : Pacer ta '
WASHINGTON, April 17 ,making our relations closer and/tg describe the statement made! Margaret teuter. Edioard M ) e 2 ai it . ‘th Ve ’ by The hip’ cae ; ‘5 lie ¥ it ne ‘
WAS rT , Apri 7 | our ties stronger.” . i Bure ; oe way 6 hoebitn) tre . , an opening in the bars o es s bottom is believed to
d s mest. rece / y sete ead, Lord i pits I ‘ a < wre en A: ;
The American Government to-| jy. was questioned at some — - ytd rp h _ ~ aa A Neved ‘cotine Police | he post Soccade at} have been smashed wide open by
day denied a Soviet report thet 27) jensth on the position of the Com- ; ok pita’ ter al Be liti ca! U S Delay R » | , fired in the air, used tear 1 au near here the rocks. The Russian crew, on .
Lend Lease frigates, returned by ee A a heth moderate its internal politica: ee 5 € p V re el + gan » German was stabbed when] abandoning the ship, took every “Blonde V » °°
Ru ‘ he An erica had been} munist Party in Golte apd whether} controversies it would be more r + . : the r ; pet e Bavarian motor works,| Moveable object aboard the ship enus ,
sia t Am a, t thas? i : - nere wasic “ Pe a. a ie fe the owd it : : c ! ; Ss, s :
landed’ over to tho “Japanese| She Chante the country, |ment by private enterprise. To Soviets e Te P| sade to: Liocheas Hee.cteanrlobearte use: | Pleads Guilty |
igs if ace : y. a ate . y ‘ Jachau e was taken to
Navy. arr, . agains ‘om- Ac ary u - | ‘
: The report, which appeared in| The struggle against the Com- tah Mande, addradstnn a sclect : WASHINGTON, April 17 O00 onan nea hospital in a serious con- Y h 4 ‘
the foviet. Communist organ|â„¢munist Party in C hile is Not 2) committee of the House of Repre-|_ The State Department an- clashed 1 the police | dition U d 1 he SALZBURG, April 17, |
: | struggle against a political idee ¢ .. |nounced today that it had delaved a v5) nine \l available American and Ger- nyoundec Gisela Sell, Berlin masseur }
Pravda was ttributed to the) vn twat sentatives on unemployment re-j; ed Repyblivan Security i rl i {
Shanghai correspondent of the{ or against a political partY” or the lief in Kingston this week said: its reply to the Soviet protest note | Guards. Ne Les . law emforeement officers were known as “Blonde Venus,” pleaded fi
me. A ; working masses.” he said. “Politi 8 Ca ‘ffapances | Which alleged that an American | : } ‘ {concentrated and rushed to the guilty before an American Occu- ~
Tass News Agen N 5 Political conflicts and differences +1 Large police reinforcement x : ; a4 i
— Reuter —Reuter. | of opinion in this country, are not military plane violated Latvian | arrived “Brest s thea rea where one of the largest noc- pation Court here to-day to
i — . = a ‘ . a: ¢ Bi oes ( 1 ( . . . >
. as great in their practical express- | '@'Titory and fired on Russian} monstr dont Th Communist | now post war Gere LONDON, April 17, | Charges that she lured kidnapped /
ion today as those that exist in| @&hters sent up to intercept it Deputy Madame | el he er Way TOmugAt Western Union military quar- eae a St ee ee
teat gentleman's country, Why. all State Department spokesman tui Ty sian 1 Saas ti —Reuter, ters here jtoday disclaimed any Russians. i}
] ?eCCC ¢ ) these well-meaning “gentlemen Michael McDermott said that the oa, Slaitil tea , antl ana knowledge of Press reports that | It was stated in evidence that if
should get hot under the colla United States reply would not be ca 00) eran Field Marshal Viscount Mont- | the 28-year-old blonde, who went ty
whenever a colony shows a. little made until all the facts have been ard ; gomery would shortly be leaving | mn trial with two other alleged j
. e ith. daaeriok proceed iis. tine Chane collected and “a aba and thor- | ome; ft th : Bulearia Accuses his post as military chairman of | members of a gang, had a bottle of |
Od f ion Ow /@ way they wish us to do, I cannot one, appraisal” had been made oo mr the Western Union Commanders | Chlereform in her possession when |
eee ee pe 3 “This Government believes that ry\e in the Chief Committee she was arrested by Americe
imagine. This country can give \ rou I yu ° uttee , h ican
aN 117 all political gaarsideaa capital this careful approacl the only | j; Mar shal I ito It was stated that these reports | Counter Intelligence Agents last
ATHENS, April i. Varwesy, mere canewe? aL, }| Proper one in an impor { . were “definitely ised oO un- | year. 4
liti from abroad can require. Take alicat aed ; : ; Deputi } ONDON, April 17 " \ ed n un-/])} . :
Prime Minister Nicholas Plastyras on whose new Coalition trade unionism and political poli- asta natter of international | , +) atin : on| aAiisaie” ‘Kiauaieas found d rumours Pe ara Her two | o-defenaunts, Michael
Government the strong Populist Party declared open war] cies: I am at a loss to discover | oat beatabe (at-sio< seg only if tl t| er Yugoslav leaders| g he British ee Oftes here also | Berger, (37), — vr ye — a
rnment the $ 5 : ’ i . Siac ™ canheen: a ot grets that the Soviet Gov- } one : : . a | : ele . disclaimed any knowledge of these | Selberger, (26), pleaded not guilty. :
today, was expected to have a policy statement cy ae nee Maaaals fernment has failed to show equal : rap. ot: SORES amMeay) reports The charges are linked with the |
sa , . oer ‘ arti > arly | * 7 , Pe almness ¢ restraint.” vertare of the | convic of ite, S _
within a few days for presentation to | arliament earl) sclive’ thanctthiaeseunkelee:! “ es and rest tint ' enliven : ; pe ebgtiow ar at b. apah ees , as _| conviction of two United States |
Bt Populist Leader Constantin | t was learned that the note ma or ah : i" | : : “& War Office official said he had | soldiers, who were given 15 and =
aoe week Tsaldaris, who controls 62 seats— be delivered tomorrow having her ; eee dyno knowledge of another report | 20 years imprisonment on March
|piggest single, group in the 250| > —Reuter BE that Field Marshal Viscount Alex- | 16 by an American Court Martial
biggest single g I ‘ Reuter nder, Governor-G } . es ; : >
D : |seat Chamber—said at a party Seafarers Want $s iaiibetlcaheaiaciiiaail : chine at beni ote tte 7 Bs ee ot of Can- | for kidnapping four displaced per-
t | ) » meeting before King Paul opened . | } ate esponsil as ada, would 'shorlly be taking over | sons and turning them over to the
u cn (Quee nh Parliament this morning: “We Better Conditions | H Te . SHIP /RUNS ON eged plot t s Soviet Field Marshal Montgomery’s post.‘ Russians for payment of 7,000
icannot give our confidence to “av | old US. Athleties MUD EANK ' —Reuter schillings apiece —Reuter.
F B ae | Plastyras whose votes in the elec- AMSTERDAM, April 17 BUENOS AIRI spril 17 sah hilt taihah
or , se I rare secti > ° ® J Ty} Qs $ . 4 4
OR EST TUAMIL | on of Mars were argo” ose] mag Seater rosie wee; | Unt Washington |..,1"" ra aatane and Vagal 6 ° :
iof Communists. rhe ans : c § Vence 6B irians and Yugoslavs
LONDON We cannot trust Plastyras to} Federation--representing 5,500,000 | WASHINGTON, April 1 c ' ert d for their part i
A state visit to Britain take adequate measures to protect| seamer, throughout the world— | This cnet 11, ted Mt ‘ ‘i me ai en oO Ci
een emg Perel dg he tO Ba CounIy Salama his ae me Der oie a eee | Amateur Athletic Union Track|"? pmirte were i The Bulgarian note said this
a f the Netherlands report- | clientele bac ) wiped an *" | and Field Championship have be HORS: WOT ER 7 pies and conspirators’
wn he ce ee ee ee ricior rs rel waa tee aah Sai, ' awarded to Washington . ;Joat th : ’ ight light “ne crimes anct 99
summer of this year jthe new coalition unc re ané B. . a In making this announcemen, |!"! ct f gross interference in the
Prince Bernhard expected | Plastyras would “co-operate with| The meeting wil] last two days | Mr. Edward Rosenblum. Ch The ( ! Yair f Bulgaria »| e
come to London shortly to help|the American Mission to imple-| An Oslo Conference of the federa- men ofthe: District of: Slumbis | tere Lon
with the official arrangements. |ment a large scale programme of) tion decided two years ago to boy-| a ay said: the Chat nd ed Reuter / —«euter i
Neither Queen Wilhelmina nor | economies, better administration | cott all owners of ships flying the will be held on na oe et 24 \ * MY
: aya-!| Dans o 3 ac yas « av ¢ a (ne ne * ® . f .
Queen Juliana has ever paid ajand just redistribution of taxa ; Panamanian flag. But action was | “Move than $00 of America’s to ** Everything’s been po
slate visit to Britain, But Queen} tion” postponed in the hope that “ thistes,.. inetuding "all ine | " > . )
Julia ; yee mark he . ars Government of Panama would| * a oe oe a call KF B ° > © / > | > 7 verfect today! Even the
— a = aes as eee mr Ss t ae Cabinet, | facilitate negotiations to end the anes Conga stars, will par- | we / tuSSEC S Owers oO e ne
private visitors to London! Supporters e w Le ite icipate”’, he said. } cigarettes have been an
Several times since the war vhich replaced the Venizelos) “ispute. ° “The games will be a preview = -7 > y 7
it war, |v é a —(Reuter.) e games wi e a preview | bi / f ., I . ‘.
at } Sy Fe a m ope ate ' thee mt pots miggee tude Gaay | St who will B pr oo nt the lt tec Oo ¢ re l ai v Lxeperimen Ss | adventure in luxury. P
1 of thei t will States Ambassado ’ : States at the Pan’American Olym- ”
the foundatio tone pe the new } as Gunstable” expected General | pic Sar on so ie ea Saas Ave ae a a ‘ A | 2. £
Dute See oa set a maiority of 140] : aie Ben } BRUSSELS, April 17, Oh, I knew you'd
liteh church, to be rebuilt on, Plastyras to get a majority t | 66NY/ ¢ ol 99 re | tina, in February 1951 The F ' West U ; ill ‘
the ate ff the original church}|out of the ae — a vote o War Cabinet W ill! —Reuter. | C a 4 nu 2 : y estern Union 2 oe ike du Maurier;
M Austin Friay East Central | confidence next week. j ouncil he hve bBrusse reaty powers—endec ere to-
iars, Ea al BCs ce) wm | the! | Glauwis . | ee ; : they are mad
ee MEN Wee GSstroyed. OY |, a sists, ee ried Strike Communism | night with decisions to hold military experiments at already | ‘“& . . 0d
Hrebor lurir le Vv opulists, V are ’ - buaveted leve : s
pk: Po N.S. jed “to any leniency in the treat- KUALA, April.17. | REVOLTS AGAINST TERROR | udgeted level Tt ‘ ‘ rast suap paetiquer
SV ote f i rs ; . Ane meeung ened y > ay o
jment of militant leftwingers,,) w\alaya’s new anti-terrorist Di- HELSINKI, April 17 bicia tae acd nF a. ha areas people as you.
ee would not oppose American aP~| rector General Sir Harold Briggs » : “hae , “pri ii D I ‘ C li 1 o it_ st ewer © j aul’ an,
| ; asures for Greek recov- : ” 7 First Secretary of the PoliSt ougtas Catiec Zeeland, Belgium’s Caretaker For-
‘ New T; d proved measures for Gree ‘tu-day announced formation of 4) pegation in Helsinki, .M.. Umil- eign Minister
[ , co 9 bi ” strike ‘¢ , om | = ae
’ rade Ores “ ; arview pub-|. V4 cabinet’’ to strike at.the! tiowski, has broken with th > ; Leaving the conference room,
King Paul in an interview p' cots of Communism in Malaya : oO russets | |
lished to-day, said the American roots ? ee sth Legation and has left. by way of | } Henri Liedaert, Belgian Minister

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vy ered stoi eaaie Finance said that during the
| Ambassador's recent letter urging} _ Reo ahd wae ; BRUSSELS, April 17 ; . nee £ |
___ FRANKFURT, April 17 [Government reform did not take} â„¢&n Gosleres = ow ee The . main social democratic} The American Ambassador in| 2! tress had been laid on the, ~
Senor Jerorimo Remorino, Ar-| into consideration the state of not, proposed to discuss 1 olane@’s) paper said Umilstowski declared| tondon Louis Douglas, today con-| “o'er of priority in military ex- “s ,
gentine ‘en a iy RRO gp ote “western territories” at the “Big)he» had revolted against. the] %; Tmnnnal Ghinwell | penditures” by the five signatory You know, I've never tamed any
t he Ambassador to Washing-| mind of the Greek people. Three” Foreign Ministers confer-| « awe against. § the! ferred with Emanuel Shinwell. | °*) 7 y m 51g .. 2
on, arrived here to-day by air to| The letter, from Ambassador} 7% aes ane Tacs {Terror inside the Legation.”’| British Defence Minister, and ‘he| "tions to the srussels weaty. | cigarette so cool and smooth,”
Negotiate a new trade agreement | Henry Grady to former Premier ence here next monti. 3 | He had been for some time} Foreign Minister of the four|, Liedaert added that no increase
With Western Germany. Sophocles Venizelos, said Marshall He was commenting on an Arm-| Poland's Charge D'Affaires and| other Western Ur powers at|‘" expenditure already budgeted
He expected to stay in West | Aid would depend on Greek Gov- | erican report that the three}was in political trouble with the] ne Belgian Foreig Office jy | for armaments would at this stage C “Yes, but it’s the rich satisfying
Germa: y ten das 1 cing i ch ernment reform Ministers would ‘support the: re-} new Minister, who arrived early | Livussels | be undertaken by any of the five flavour of really choi Virosis,
' ay uring Whi ;ernmen ' , nen rr “jes olen ata, . >
he will t Chancellor Dr. Kon-| The King’s interview was pub-| turn of these territories to) this year The conference sted over 4] “Ountries i oy pee eee
Tad Revihak @ On page 3. Germany. —Reuter Reuter. | minutes. Dous urried to| He said that the existing system) that appeals to me.”
- nannies: LI ei ’ ——— reper re ——-——————- | Brussels as a result ‘or an invita-| °f financing Western Union’s arm-
ion from the Western Union Con-}@â„¢ment programme had not been
ultavive Council sent earlie . BOe, i “*... cool, smooth compan-
| today ecaert explained that this does 2 ‘ :
™ L The Council's official communi-|"°t Mean that examination of the ionship for your journey. By
ie at the end ‘of their confer-! ing system had been stopped. | the way, the du Maurier
Ys ance said he United Svates| nsultations would continue but! 3 sm i idered
F Ambassador { been invited to} e had been decided for the Ghee tip, boconeide
a > 7 eet tl ‘ ~Reuter. ieeting of the Consultative | the greatest discovery
: et in smoki j
ie Delegation members said the ining enjoyeseas
: their new defence pro-' made in the past fifty
RUSSIA WALKS OUT ¢ is to “achieve the greatest | years.””

of a progressive standardi-

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Carb Calling

IS EXCELLENCY
ernor attended

Mr. P. M. Sherlock,

the = M.C.A.,
‘A Lovely Bouquet

headquarters

EAVING Seawell on Saturday
for Trinidad were Mr. and
Mrs J. A. Moore, who were mar-

ried on April 8 at Bethel Church.
Accompanying them. on to
plane were Mrs. and Miss Moore,
mother and sister of the groom,

the

the Gov-~- Sz
the lecture
on “the University College of the
West Indies which was given by
Viee-Prin-
cipal of the University College ut
last



aig

together with Mrs. C. W. Cumber- |

batch and Miss Olga Jordan,
mother and auft of the bride.
Many relatives and friends

were at the airport. to see them ,

off, and the Bride was presented
with a lovely bouquet by Mrs.
Edna Scott.

Couldn’t Remember
R. COLIN FIELDS who ar-
rived a week ago
Trinidad is here for his annual

holiday and is staying with Mr. fm x

and Mrs. Ivan O. C. Perkins of |
Villa Rosa Passage Road. Colin is
in the Insurance Department of”

Messrs. Gordon Grand and Co.,
Ltd., and will be returning to
Trinidad on Sunday.

Saw him yesterday at the
Aquatic, and he’s been away 80 §
long that he couldn’t remember
the way to the Crane via the

Coast Road.

Joining Q.R.C. Staff
R..AND MES. W. HODGSON
and their two children left
an Sunday by BWIA for
Trinidad. Mr. Hodgson, who for
several years has been a Master
at the Lodge School is taking up










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The pistol from Japan.
This miniature automatic pi
looks a neat,
Press the trigger;
and the pistol is
cigarette lighter

stol
well finished weapon.

there is a click
disclosed as a
Stamped on the
bottom are the “Made in
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on sale in New York for less than



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

SPRING PRINT

Two Swedes

Leave Today

THE two young Swedes Jan
Paltins and Ernest Karulis with
their 24 ft. yacht Polaris will be
leaving Barbados early to-day for
Trinidad, the next
journey around the world.

Form An Agency

R. LUIS BLANK and Mr.

Ernesto Aramburn who are
th Shell Co., in Venezuela, ac-
companied by Dr. Alfredo Scan-





to Venezuela over the week-end,
after spending two weeks at the the Pacific, New Zealand,

They are all of the opinion that

voyage lasts for two or three
years.

The Swedes love Barbados and
are sorry that they cannot stay
here longer.

The sea-bathing fascinated the

gether and opened an agency in
Venezuela advertising the island
as a tourist resort, it would more
than pay for itself.

Going To B.G.

R. RAYMOND DE SOUZA

who arrived on Saturday
from Trinidad is here to replace
Mr. R. Stanley of the National
Cash Register Co., as Mr. Stanley
is going to British Guiana. Mr.
de Souza is staying at Abbevilie
Guest House.

Visiting Her Daughter
RS. I. WARREN, wife of Mr.
S. B. Warren, Manager Sec-
retary of Pitcher Connell and Co.,
Ltd., returned from Trinidad over
the week-end, where she has been
for about two weeks visiting their
daughter Mrs. Donald Allcroft,
whose husband works with T.L.L.
in Pointe a Pierre.

that he swam three times each
day.

Karulis said that he and his
companion did not see much of
the island. They spent most of
their time on the ship. Karulis
liked to sun bathe.

Engine troubles prevented the
Swedes leaving yesterday. How-
ever the engine has been repaired

today.
The boat, although only 2%

seas well.

Palmas to Barbados.

Because of his illness, they were
forced to stay in Las Palmas for a
long time and they had the op-
portunity of seeing the festive
season fighting.

Cock-Fighting

As for the festivals, there was
not much to say because they were
quiet, without any splendour of
exclusive character taking place
at the Yacht Club, Casina Hall
and other places of amusement.

Karulis thought cock-fighting
the only “exciting and hazardous”
game in Las Palmas.

Describing the game,

St. Lucia, Delegate

R, ALLAN LOUISY who ar-

rived from Trinidad on Sat-
urday by B.W.LA. is the St. Lucia
delegate for the Civil Service
Conference which opened here
yesterday. Mr. Louisy was in Trin-
idad for the Conference of Election
of Officers and is President of the
Civil Service Association in St.
Lucia, where he is Registrar of the
Supreme Court and Magistrate of

District 3. he





leg of their

Ahead of them otherwise are the
ports Panama, Australia by way of
India,
and Sweden by way of the Red
Sea and the Mediterranean. This

skipper Ernest Karulis who said

and they feel quite sure of sailing

tons and giving 6 knots, rode the

Karulis gave the following des-
cription of the voyage from Las

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| By Jean Erskine

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women who looks like a sheared, /



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jhave been done twelve months
: . b jago W hen it —_ really new.
the backgroun colour | Pleats
white, serele F6 Ee ee earn Warning against pleats — we
white straw hat, brim is lined jhave been told repeatedly that
with = vee {pleats “can be cleverly conceiv-



rpress Service

‘ed to keep the slimming line.”
|Pleats in moderation certainly do
lachieve this effect, but a_ skirt
that is heavily box-pleated all



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a similar appointment with a dollar “the cock fighting season starts } round, or knife-pleated, or kilted,
7 Was on T.C.A.’s F ! }
Queen’s Royal College in Trini- - as on I.C.A.’s First from the beginning of February (4 BERTHA LAMAS, Beauty merely makes a woman with large
dad. Expl ° Flight and ends on May 31. It takes™ Miss ee ‘, arate tay hips look larger than ever.
Rashad xplanation place every Sunday.” Counsellor of the Dorothy Gray| ‘The pleats that ARE slimming
Back In IBLE EOS ne : R. A, E, COLATO, who is the “Most of the spectators go to Park Avenue eo h, assisted pa are the “sunburst” — pleats with-
R. DAVID EVANS Snr., who GREAT musical honour was Supervisor of Catering T.C.A. Wage bets, and, so there reigns Miss ELAINE KI KEAD of * in pleats which kick out when
for many years was in oo paid to Cyril Blake and his jn Montreal, is here for one week’s noise and excitement all the time Senay Seay EO eetn walking; single pleats; deep in-
charge of the local branch of ve ypso Serenaders last week, in holiday as a guest at the Ocean during the game.” | be Oa arate Seach Club’s iverted pleats, or groups of pleats.
Messrs. T. R. Evans aad is now London when they played at the View Hotel. Mr. Colato was on ‘The. house.of 1,200 seats is al- al the 2 areca acd: 19th
with their London Office re- Musicians’ Benevolent Ball, in the first T.C.A. flight which ar- Ways booked beforehand notwith~ Guest House on Wednesday, 19
turned to Barbados recently and company with even leading Brit- rived in. Barbados whee ise aa standing the expensive _ tickets April, at 5.30 Pp I after er What Numbers 2
will be here for about three o1 aliepacy The invitation to play as yice opened here, and he is very from six to fifteen pesetas. Shi wg ge os Sgr nterested. , FIND two numbers which when
four months eee eee ne oe oi affair, glad to be back, this time for a _ The games are arranged by two giadly given those intere } multiplied together or added
Mr. Evans. is very well knownlpoUs Have be en particu arty €rai~ Jonger stay clubs “Jniana” and “San Jose”. | together, come to the same result.
here and his many friends will be —'"8 to Cyril Blake, whose small “Wir, and Mrs. L. K. Rutledge Every Sunday seven pairs of he regarded the| (Example: Two plus two equals
glad to know of his return. He ; . oo weet eis Siena from Montreal, and Mr. and Mrs. = fight seven from — club ‘an animal’s tor-|four;. two times two equals
. v a . i for about two month The Caly rom “They P a speci ger ae ens
al - oe son oe eieenss ae YDSO 'B “ Torell from Winnipeg were ey belong to a special genus Se ‘ four.)
is staying with his niece at Gregg Sere iers ‘a4 x pi di ; % 10uld be prohibited
Farm St, Andrew et ve SS sue to maKe Ziso arrivals by T.C.A. on Satur- f Cocks so-called fighting cocks ‘ ; : One of the two numbers sought
arm St. Andrew. recordings fo -arlophone— : = ; ~ ee é ei rai 2arne
vithout I ord Kite hp * hi = lay, Mr. Rutledge is Supervisor of — senate fighting the first time but lin this poser is a whole number
Love Of Travel lehak vith conteact wit * ie Engineering T.C.A. in Montreal, jencth lies in their ga ‘S sree. I have no interest to see it again,’ between (not including) seven
T IS lov ead hi aads eecaeied en aring: ‘and ‘Mr, Toreil isin. the seme “ees Hes er sow ow oe , and thirteen. The other-number
I a7 ove of travel, which for his second session wi them osition with the Company in vided by artificial spurs in case he said is between one and four and is
brought Mr. and Mrs. The mystery about the apparent an Dal! We a praia , theirs are not sufficiently good Some days before leaving Las}. composed of units of
. hs ae “transfer” of some of the Seren- innipeg. They are here for one . a7 stat ig a ; eae , ee ited by the} Parts Pp
George Schultz to Barbados on transfer” of som f the Seren-) . wok and are quests at the Ocean spurs. The spurs are the most im- Palmas, ey were invited by t tenths
{ *y 2 ae ee week and are STS ¢ e ces ‘ ae : . ‘ + 2.3% a >y* Pe
Saturday. They arrived by T.( aden - ge ae band, re- ieee Hotel, & € portant _, weapons to injure the president of the one for suppe! | “What are the two numbers?
and are staying at the Ocean View ported last week, nas now een opposer. , together with the club’s adminis- ‘guies 9U} ST 3fMser oy, “pend
ones Frc ed ton Ontario explained, Neville Boucarut, dou Ret . t Wil “In the middle of the hall, there trator |-nImW “Ie@l Tenbe Aoyy peppy ‘1°T pure
ian spe id ale tn Bermu ; ble bass player with Errol’s trio at eturning to ole is a small round arena with two Finally, he was so far con-|1tl %e siequna oul —:NOLLATOS |
hey Spent. One Whes MO rant tie Caribbean Club, lends his ser- doors where come the trainers ¥ 25s th vy |
“fore cor here. They expect — ; ay va . ee TINIFRE y : -ele- wa , . .valsce rom his iilness that they
befor a" 3 ah anny _ $ , vices whenever re to ee oe ATWELL, ae {see a cock from each of the to prepare fo. crossing the | CROSSWORD
to be here for ene week. 85! plake, Fitzroy Col the xrated Trinidad pianist, iS|¢jybs, Before the start the cocks ‘ oe teaiineivabal, ott }
year they visited Trinidad | tarist Br returning to the West Indies in| ighed.”’ nee eee ns
Foe re. — — «calypso guitarl in Britain ¢ = ‘ . . are weighed > 200 miles |
F th Vi it =moment, he out Errol Ba November for a combined holiday “A normal round of a fight lasts ~” v mu
our 181 when another instrumentalist and concert tour. Back-stage at the | from five to ten minutes but there How Long?
ERE for three weeks is Mr. needed, It is common jy tice Golders Green Hippodrome, where | are also cases lasting for half of site hice tl avons
! Charlie English Jr., West In- iz among bands in England ex- she was appearing last week, sh€/}an hour. Sometimes the fight is then the ques ion | al se
} . le will be time?” They
dian representative of Soconyt change musicians when necessary said that she would probably make | drawn when both of the combat- |'° w long wi , e amg rc
Vacuum Oil Co. Inc. in New York . Trinidad her headquarters and|ants are of equal strength.” planned crossing within — .
A New Yorker, he has been in Going To Bermuda from there would visit Barbados, “Their fighting spirit and the Experienced yachtsmen ad vised
Trinidad for over three years, and aie : British Guiana and Jamaica, She! ferocity with which fhey attack them to provide everything for
this is his fourth visit to Barbados [I EAVING soon for Bermuda to also contemplates a tour in the}each other is quite admirable.” — months, os there ae
7 J : ‘Az open an art school is 20-yea Bahamas. Animal Torment een cases that much bigger boats
With The U.S. Air Force Pold artist Mi 8 Woolf She avin During the last twelve months “The fights are very sanguin- bee eae wath pa ee ee
ae . ; = her work as lecturer at, the Miss Atwell has been making] ary so the spectators on the nearer ae 1onths to sea been tse
2? COL. and M an i- J ichel McMillan Training College, great strides in the entertainment] rows have to hold a paper or o be on the safe side, at last
; kamp, who le W. Luci [ee deptiord rey iia ae Lon ton | "i= world. From being a supporting | something else before their faces they decided to accept ae well-
on Saturday by B.W.I A., will be Institute of Trai ning She act she now tops the bill at nearly |and clothes to protect them from meant advice and supplied them-
an” aenaeey 3 al. aaah t wear eos . fi H ; ‘tor © every theatre she plays. A long] being stained with the blood.” selves with stores for three t - n Across
Lt. Col, Berkenkamp 1s on f he Mi es Sau xe he DY jist of music-hall engagements| “The conqueror is taken in the months, 2. Nalis muss be handiea to make
U.S. Airforce stationed in ss ae eee SF oF ; sig : will keep her fully occupied until]hands of the veterinarians and But then they met with the 1: Geue GEDA te. eaten hate
fornia and has beer spen ling ee pen ere . - a ee ger she comes to the West Indies. In| after two or three weeks’ rest and great difficulty of finding room in i (8) Poa a dare E
ae i “hangs - I antl they wer t "Brit t n Hi m Hil whe . addition, she has been booked by |convalescence, he returns to the the boat for all the stores, “" 11. Ryans hows aunn hae ®
coral sn epapte PAS the Paradise#twp of her carvings are to be impresario Harold Fielding for ajarena again. Some of th oe a “ was no) 14, Gniy average full Gna. (4
ave been staying at the Faradisemiwp eee ple gy s series : pen scent- | surviv rae four 4. y average you'll find. (4)
heats e hown. She has already exhibited Series of Sunday Concerts. Recent survived three to four @ On Page \4. Here a long line comes to an
Beach Club
On Saturday tl leave Barba-#in the Royal Acaden und the ly she broadcasts over the BBC i ena. ne ‘i ‘
Ss ay the yi arbi the Royi é ly & n / : aoe rer “veal 17. Idle tmagination,
dos en route for California. Mrs.j4RIBA Galleries. Meg is taking with @ i the following day Paul Cave, 18: Otherwise you'll BU (4)
Berkenkamp is the daughter offther a three-treble and a descant ae music her of the or 20, What @, botch: potch it is to be
Mr. and Mrs. J. Andrieux of Bal- recordet She meet s anise a ee cae her perfor- tL, in ihe way of jare this may he
ré i Marine Gardens terecorder group in sJermuda né P as f al. bane ;
moral Flats, Marine Garden ¢ k 23. idles 108 a change. (5)
25. matter of palate surely. (5)
We 26. So, you'll find, one Boasts. (5
a ;
— 27, See what nuts can do, (4)
4 Down
B \ j H kK; WAY By BEACHCOMBER 1. Much mag be heard inett and
much taken by it, (6)
3. A point. certainly, but only one
MATTER that t troub- muffin-basket attached to a sta- that ‘heir wages bills and other 4 wi many. (3) ,
é LR that has been trou amnn atte ‘7 P th Ris 3 here. the ie 1@ Acruss. Comes
ling the best legal brains. tionery tricycle He would the expenses entitle them to ask 3os : 5) 5. Imprudent. (8
{ to-day has App Br been have to have both a horn and a instead of 25 shillings for an 8 (3) aa
een a jest . we certain ice- bell, because the tricycie would 8s. bottle of wine Nor wil oars ons tor mort
eet eee ee, oe ce count as a bicycle, and no bieyele they give up without a strugsl 9 sorhebody twigs ale
cream seller selis his wares Irom ‘ e res ce : 16, Bullen. (4)
a stationary motor-cycle. He has 15 allowed two bells, unless both the extra charges Cover charge 13, Putin tne ste (5)
at ies 9 ou a sq are not bieycle bells but muffin- 1ls., supplementary cover charge 15. Was her aunt knocked cown in
now been told You are allowed : lis. Iee-cream sold from a bi- 2s. 6d table charge 2s. napkir The ¢ dragon does not land yn the pans back are not sharp the alley ? (5)
a muffin bell to attract customers, ce-cream St as ’ ' nd he } s hi balance while the 6. Sort of distorted face. (4)
oo - sand . vould coun r charge ls , cutlery charge ls again rcling three or to ind he keep $s 19. This party be
but not a horn Nor must the cycle would , 1 ‘nite : set dragon sits happily beside him. n* Fight’ shy of doing things” (3
muffin bell be used to give warn- sold from a tricyele 5 vest ee ; eee 1: ’ — ae mee © 8 wap Rew At length they fly out of the cloud 22. The en: of an hour is here. 8)
ing of the non-approach of the Weldgrave versus k sor VATY Mee) SHARES 18. 90 t re the uppe and soon soar 4 glide downwards, ‘* What 24. Could be even, you know. (3)
stationary motor-cycle I asked and the South Hart Ke S.y Use co ane 0! _ Ars hrough a high belt of clouc tdinary buildings,"’ say Solution of S—<0, 2 puaale,—Aeross;
Mr. Justice Cocklecarrot the reach ; use of table, use of carpe = Rupert teels quite dazed a clings Where on earth can he 35a meerrascent; i Bye 1]
cas aa . . oF ,» Abatement Musical Societys t her extra and supplementary on tigh To his e! the sp e brought us¢ | Viat 2
for this ruling. He said: “For the : q . seriall | 1, Vidi 2
purposes of street trading ice- Rev. E Bapchild inte ing, in charges 25s, Supplementary cloak. } ——— cctinneeteliialinctiaclty ee | 4 Down:
iich ¢ > aman Vv 1 ice room charge 1s., use of restauran\ : - | 4.1
cream counts as muffins, but not Whlc! ‘ ma : PT jOTE— = ar ge
crumpets A man who carried Muffins from cr i ) CRY OQU ' E—Here’s how to work it:
the ice-cream on his head in strapped to a bath-cl ai ; aan Y DLBAAXR |
basket would be in order if he Sleigh-bell attach Snibbo for nostril-glamour is LONGFELLOW
blew a motor-horn, since this held to be sui generis, and a writ . One letter simply stands for another. In this example A is used ,
would count as a muffin bell. But 9 oo 7 a Pte +) ITY about June for the three L's, X for the two O's, etc. Single letters apos- ROYAL Worthings
if this man sold muffins from a sta- towed i ad rae ’ ma Mag hea “You mean having such drat trophies, the length and formation of the words are all hints
tionary motor-cycle the muffins OFts and umbles, sine “nostrils?” Each day the code letters are different M. GM Precent “apps
: aanhint see very propel M—G—) ‘ecents:
would count as ice-cream, ana ‘Yes nny indie at dealite ; Stan LAUREL & Oliver HARDY
the motor-cycle would have to Maki edie bie ae ey eohuey * A Cryptogram Quotation in
have a horn attached.” Making ends meel They gleam like a well-polished vepp
y : floor 4 PS ClP ure » oT ‘ .
Cocklecarrot explains PROPHESY that when th VYCCUP AIYUHZPR Nothing But Trouble’
r re = Jas ae 1 aye hilling meal” (in Brac ce ~ Sateho, of nee @B' ABOP QRCB OP, KRH DBZXYH with
ockiecorrot tha 1e Men ysually the £2 meal) is abohshe ~~ course Nobody will ever CIPO 2 ae Mary ‘LAND
was selling crumpets from 4 restaurants will idenly dicover dance with June.” RBC—VC. OKZL. Philip MERIVALE
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Scout Notes:
es eae

Sea Scouts Win

Signalling
Competition

J esday afternoon last the
oe oe competition was held
at Erdiston College grounds
Competing scouts gathered at
4.30 p.m. and under the
tion of the D.C. Mr.
Springer and of the A.D.C. Mr.
Lisle Harrison the teams were
assembled and given instructions.
We sympathise with the Y.M.C.A,
(2nd B’dos.) Sea Scout Group in
that two of the'r chosen signallers
having to work overtime at their
jobs, unexpectedly, could not
gome to complete their

both had incomplete teams, and
so only First Sea Scouts, Gill's
Memorial and St. Matthias
fielded complete teams.

Congrats pa
who won the competition | and
will now represent the District in
the Inter-District Competit on.
We also congratulate Gill’s Mem-
orial on a very fine performance
in gaining second place on their
first appearance in the field.

An illustrative lecture was
given by Mr. Dudley Wiles,
Fisheries Officer, on Friday night
Jast at the First Sea Scouts
Headquarters, Needham’s Point.

In a most instructive talk, Mr.
Wiles gave the early background
history of fishing in Barbados
and of his experiences in the
British Isles and Scotland, leading
right up to his appointment as
Fisheries Officer.

He also explained the various
methods of catching fish, the
various hooks used, and showed
pictures of the local fishing
banks.

Among who attended
were the D.S.M., Mr. Cyril
Brathwaite, Mr. Kenneth Pile,
AS.M. of Bethell group, Mr. Ralph
Brathwaite, S.M. of Comber-
mere Troop, and Mr. Ogle, a
visiting Scouter from _ British
Guiana, and scouts from Y.M.C.A.
and St. Patrick’s Groups.

Hiking

Seconds Leroy Davis aud Mal-

colm Taylor of Y.M.C,A. hiked
to Holetown on Sunday last. Is
this in keeping with the hint
the A.D.C. gave in the last
“Voice of Scouting’? I believe
it is, because these boys are
keeping ‘Logs’.

Members of Gill’s Memorial
Troop also went on a hike last
Thursday. These boys, under the
leadership of their S.M., Mr.
Dennis Grannum went to Brighton
where they enjoyed the pleasure
of sea-bathing. The S.M. also
took opportunity to give some of
them a few life-saving methods,

those

Troop Funds

There is an opportunity for
Seouts desirous of earning some
fu.ds for their Patrol or Troop |

by doing some

gardening for a
Public Concern,

For further particulars inter-
ested Patrol Leaders or Scout- |
Masters can apply to Scout]
Headquarters. |
James Street Group Concert

The above entertainment will
fake place at the Y.M.C.A. on

Thursday night next 20th April
at 7.30 p.m.

This is another of the Troop’s}
effort to raise funds for their
Overseas Camp in August, and we
hope everyone will try to make
it the success it deserves to be
Tickets are still on sale (Reserve:
Seats 2/-, Unreserved 1/-), and
can be obtained from any of the|

Grhup Officers or from Scout
Hea quarters. Scouts and Guides
in Uniform admitted for Halt!

Price at the door.

Film Show at H:Q.

The South Western District
will be staging a Film Show at
Scout Headquarters, Beckles

Road on Friauy night next 2Ist|
April at 8. p.m.

St. George’s Day
SCOUTERS; SCOUTS, GUID-
ERS and GUIDES IN UNIFORM

Sunday next, 23rd April will be
St. George’s Day. Scouts of the
South Western District will parade

at St. George’s Church at the
11 o'clock service. Notice will
be sent to Scoutmasters and

Group Sccutmasters of particu-
ats regacding transportation.

Unifurm MUST be worn from
Suprise to Sunset on St. George’s
Dsy by all sections of the Move-
ment, and every member should
attend at least one service during
the day.

The usual Good Turn Cam-

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Charles |

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to First Sea Scouts |.

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Trade Union Rivalry
Continues In Jamaic¢a

(Advocate Correspondent).

KINGSTON.

RIVALRY between the trade union wings of Jamaica's
two political parties continues while a Government-appoint-
ed Committee is currently investigating the position of trade
unions in industry with a view to recommending machinery
for the settlement of representational disputes between

Jamaica Has
Export
(Barbados Advocate Corresponaeny
KINGSTON, J’ca.
The Commissioner of Commerce
and Industries in Jamaica, Mr,
D. C, Ferguson, disclosed here this
week that there was a potential
market for Jamaican manufactur-
ed cornmeal in the other West In-
dian colonies.

When efforts were being made
last year, during the heavy harvest
of corn, to sell these islands many
ot them wanted cornmeal instead,
Mr. Ferguson said, adding that
most of the British Caribbean cal-
onies had no mills to grind corn
and bought their requirements
from the United States.

‘As long as we are able to sell
meal to these countries at a price
competitive with American meal,”
Mr. Ferguson said, ‘Jamaica will
be able to export all its-surplus.”

Equipment has been ordered to
double the production capacity of
the Government-owned factory
and will be installed early next
year.

But No Goatskins

To assist the Jamaica shoe
manufacturing industry, which is
now exporting quantities of shoes
to other British Caribbean coun-
tries, the Jamaica Government is
about to restrict the exporting of
goat skins from the island. ee

Due to the high prices which
goat skins are disposed for in the
United States, local dealers are ex-
porting all they.can get, with the
result that there is a shortage of
skins for the local leather and
shoe industry.

Goat skins cannot be imported
into the Island, ahd if sKins are
not available locally, shoe manu-
facturers will have to spend dol-
lars, with the approval of the
Government, to import kid leather
from the United States, Jamaica
then being in the peculiar posi-
tion of having to buy back these
skins from America after they
have been turned into leather.

SES

1,500 “Snioopers”

LONDON.
About 1,500 people in Britain are
authorized to enter private homes
and carry out inspections without
a search warrant,





paigns, Campfires, Hikes etc. will
be carried out throughout’ the
island during the week.

Invitation
The Divisional Commander of
the Church Girls’ Brigade has

€xtended a cordial invitation to

Douglas Jay, Financial Secre-
{tary to the Treasury, revealed the
number of what the British. press
term ‘“snoopers’’ in a_ written
answer to a Heuse of Commoas
question.

Jay explained that, apart from
a limited category of eases, the



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trade unions with minimum dislocation of industry.
= —-————————1 The stfuggie between the

two
unions—the Bustamante Industrial
Trade Union and the Trade Union
Congress of Jamaica — began long
before the December general elec-
tions, But was pressed with in-
creasing vigour immediately fol-
lowing the elections, as the People’s
National Party decided that in-
creased union membership was
necessary to political victory at the
néxt elections, and the Jamaica
Labour Party realising that ground
was lost because of trade union
deterioration is moving to recap-
ture lost membership.

At Present

At present the T.U.C. is strong
in the town areas, such as Kingston
and Montego Bay, while the
B.:T.U. controls the rural areas,
particularly the sugar districts,
with the situation on the water-
front in a state of flux and con-
fusion. The T.U.C. has been hit-
ting at the B,I.T.U. strength in the
sugar industry and recently fol-
lowing demands for recognition by
the T.U.C. as a vital factor in the
industry, there have been a num-
ber of strikes on sugar estates
which have been, traced indirectly
to T.U.C. activity, and directly in
one instance—the worthy Park
Sugar strike—to T.U.C. officers. In
the meantime police riot squads in
the city have been alerted to cope |
with the clash between the two
unions on the Kingston waterfront |
which is expeeted to flafe up any- |
time now.

The struggle between the unions
for membership has resulted in a
number of representational dis-
putes and strikes in industry dur-
ing the past three months, and the
Governor has appointed a Board
of Enquiry to investigate the «ur-
cumstances of these disputes and
to recommend amendments to the
Trade Union Law which will
arrange for compulsory polls and
other methods of setthement in
order to avert powerful strikes and
violent demonstrations, of the type
which recently cause the Governor
to ban public meetings, assemblies
and marches throughout the whole
island.

It has already been agreed. be-
tween the Sugar Manufacturers
Association of Jamaica, the T.U.C.
and Worthy Park Estate, that a
poll will be taken in Oetober this |







year to detérmine union member-
ship there.

Summoned For Contempt

The Jamaica Court of Appeal
has oerdéréd a newspaper and a
barrister to appear before the Court
on Wi esday, May 26, to show
cause why they should not be
dealt with in such a manner as the
Court may deem appropriate for
certain contempt of court. The
barrister is Mr. E. C. L. Parkinson,
and the newspaper is the Daily
Gleaner, the publishers being the
Gleaner Company Limited.

The issue centres on an article
authored by Mr. Parkinson, which
appeared in the Daily Gleaner in
March, under the heading “Want-




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An All-Round
Success

From Our St. Lucia Correspondent)
CASTRIES, St. Lucia.
The fifth anniversary celebra-
tion of the St. Lucia Seamen and
Waterfront Workers’ Trade Union
took place on Wednesday and was
an all-round success. Only visit-
ing delegate was Mr. J. W. Nich-

olson, Secretary of the Grenada
Workers’ Union.
Held under the distinguished

patronage of His Honour the Ad-
ministrator Mr. J. M. Stow, C.M.G.
and Mrs. Stow, the proceedings
reflected the cordial atmosphere
which prevails between the Ad-
ministration and this section of
local labour.

Thanksgiving services at both
the Church of the Immaculate
Conception where the Rev. Fr.
Fitzgerald preached an inspiring
sermon, and at Holy Trinity
Church where the Rev. Canon R.
J. Laurie officiated, started off the
day of rejoicing. The Police Band
accompanied the unionists to the
respective churches.

A demonstration marehing
through the city streets was head-

ed by the Hon. Francis J. Carasco, |

O.B.E., President, Hon. Louis G.
Augier McVane, Vice-President,
Hon. J. B. D. Osbourne, M.B.E.,
Treasurer and Mr. George Warner,
Secretary.

The anniversay function at 10.00
am. in the Union Hall was well
attended and was presided over
by His Honour the Administrator.
Among the guests present on the
platform were Hon. Garnet H.
Gordon, O.B.E., Mr. F. E. Dega-
zon, Commissioner for Reconstruc-
tion, Mr. Harold Devaux, Mr. Mal-
colm Peter, Commander C. D. Mil-
bourne, Harbour Master, Mr. Ira
M. Simmons, Labour Commission-
er and Mr. Godfrey James, Assist-
ant Labour Commissioner.

Highlight of the afternoon was
a cricket match at Vietoria Park
when a team captained by the Ad-
ministrator defeated the Union’s
team skippered by President Car-
asco. The Union’s team was dis-
missed for 88 while the Admin-
istrator’s team made 111.

At 8.30 p.m. there was an “Am-
ateur Show” at which guest artist-
es including the Commissioner for
Reconstruction, who sary the cele-
brated “Ole Man River”, Hon,
Keith Alleyne, Crown
who contributed “The Rosary” and

r. Ken Ishmael rendering “The
Lord’s Prayer.” Other contribu-
tions comprised tap dancing by Mr.
Ishmael and comic sketches by
Bandmaster Griffith and Inspector
Alfonso.

The celebrations were rounded
off with a dance at the R.C. Boys’
School, music for which was sup-
plied by the Police Danee Or-
chestra.

Resolution Of
Loyalty

(From Our St. Lucia Cairrespondent

CASTRIES.
It has been decided to observe
the Silver Jubilee of the St. Lucia
Legislature on Monday, May 1,
1950. A special meeting of Council
willbe held that day when a re-
solution of loyalty to His Majesty
the King will be passed, Legisla-







tors from the other colonies in the

Windward Islands Will be invited
for the occasion.
This decision
meeting of the

yesterday.

was made at a

Legislature



100,000 Suckers

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)
INGSTON, J’ca.

The export total
bananas from Jamaica in the three
months ending March 31 was 14

times what it was in the corres-

ponding three months of 1949.

Total number of stems exported
between January and March this

year was 60,000.
Meanwhile multiplication

Attorney, |

held

of Lacatan

of
Lacatan production continues and
during January and February,

Diplomats
Sugar

|
| DUBLIN.

Diplomats in Eire will have to
pay twice as much as local citizens
to sweeten their coffee or break-
fast cereal. There will be no more
“cheap sugar” for them.

_The diplomatic corps will be de-
nied sugar at the rationed price of
4% cents per pound and will have
to pay 8'2 or possibly 9 cents per
pound as part of a drive by the
Government to reduce the burden
of food subsidies. (Food subsidies
last year cost the nation
$36,500,000) .

Only holders of domestic
sumers’ cards will in the
be given subsidized sugar.

The sugar ration is 12 ounces per
person weekly but as much sugar
as required over that can now be
purchased freely at 84% cents per
pound,

\

about

con-
future

Expensive

Diplomats, hotels, hospitals,
| schools, ships’ crews, bakery class-
es in technical schools, and sugar
confectionery manufacturers will
only be entitled to buy the expen-
sive sugar.

Home produced sugar repre-
| sents 90,000 tons or about two-
thirds of Hire’s needs.

The ration requires

roughly



mere nemmmeececans B |




Chief Justice
Discharges
Meat Pie

LONDON.

A 4=cent meat pie occupied the
attention of England’s Lord Chief}
Justice, Lord Goddard, and other
high legal expéfts during an
appeal case in the King’s Beneh
Division in London.

And Lord Goddard’s conduct
of the case was as stern and im-
partial as at the famous Fuchs
spy trial at the Old Bailey recent-

Ruling that there was no stand-
ard by which a meat pie could
be defined provided it contained
meat, he solemnly refused to
convict a delicatessen owner
whose meat pies were found to
contain only 7.5 per cent meat.

A Food Ministry inspector had
brought the pie case to the High
Court after failing to obtain a
conviction in a Sunderland, Dur-
ham, magistrate’s court.

He summoned Lambert Hanney
under the Food and Drugs Act,
1988 for “selling meat pies which
were not of the substance and

quality demanded by the pur-
chaser.”
The Sunderland magistrates

said there was no fixed standard
laying down the minimum quan-
tity of meat for a meat pie. This
decision was upheld by Lord
Goddard in the appeal court.

Lawyers for the food inspector
protested that, according to an
analyst’s report, “a meat pie
Should contain at least 25 per
cent of Meat.”

Said Lord Goddard, acidly,
“that is hardly a matter for an
analyist. It would have been
much more satisfactorily to have
the evidence of a housewife. |

The four-cent, 7.5 per cent meat
pie was honourably discharged

—EN.S.





Paris Declares |

War On Rats ;

PARIS.
France, already committed to a
full-scale military campaign in
Indo-China, has declared War on
the common, back-alley rat

The front-lines are in the
crowded, old streets of Paris,
where rats are consuming 41
destroying merchandise officially
estimated at nearly 1,000 tons
daily.

Spearheading the fight are the
press, radio, government bureaus
and the country’s leading
scientists, including the best
brains of the Pasteur Institute.

The problgm has become so
serious that it is a civil offence to

stand by idle when rats are on
one’s premises, and refrain from
taking “direct action.’

—INS.



Men Can Wear

50,000 tons per year and it is Peanut Suits
| estimated tnat the Government
| will receive about $5,600,000 yearly EDINBURGH
from the sale of about 80,000 tons Sir Ian Heilbron, President of}
outside the ration at the higher|the Chemical Society, revealed |
DF1e¢ Haif of this would go t0-|¢) 4 luncheon meeting of _ the
wards the subsidy and the rest MAY] cocjety that the lowly peanut was
go to the Irish Sugar Company nov being used “make men’s
Later if required a further $980,000} lc thir ; = " }
tay be added to the company’s|°[2'"5 |
; _ He said: }
share by an increased charge. ae we cit
The device is regarded as an We are now producing suits)
ngenious method of causing one 50 per cent of whic h are made |
et of consumers to sustain another. from the much maligned peanut. |
For purposes of computing the}1t is the best thing to come out}
cost of living index the cheap rate of former Food Minister John}

only will be used.—(LN.S.)

Greece Gets A
Coalition

@ from page 1



lished in the United States News
and World Report, an independent

weekly,
The Letter

In it he said the letter was made
public to everyone. It was “just
criticising every thing’? and made
no mention of Greece’s “blood and
tears’.
| “It did not take into consider-
ation the state of mind of the peo-
| ple, and the period we are going
| through after elections”.

Asked to elaborate, King Paul
replied “one must take into con-
sideration what has happened in
this country since 1940—the Ital-
ian and German invasions, the
occupation and then the bandit
warfare, all the sacrifices the peo-
ple have been through.

These were not mentioned in
the letter—what Churchill called
blood and tears. The letter was
just criticising everything and
everybody.

inefficiency in Government.



and execution and that

ministries such as public health
and welfare should be amalga-

mated.
This was being done.
Greece still required

be a tough job”.

“We cannot make our maximum
effort to get going with recon-

struction, he added—Reuter.



100,000 suckers were distribited

to banana growers in the island.

18-YEAR ERROR

Figures for March are not avail-

able, but it is estimated that a

greater number was distributed
than in any of the previous
months.

VISITING SHRINES

NEW YORK, April 17.
Cardinal Dennis J. Dougherty
84 year i Archbishoy

dely



Europe sever
hrine

—Reuter.



Phila- |

BURGESS HILL, Sussex, Eng.

back he named it George.
ing it Georgina.—Oan. Press.





‘| WOIKING,
merchant

five

Ee.giand .

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Surrey,
Log Ben
fined shillings
-| keeping a record of his

EXCUSE FAILED

vas

or
work.

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daughter-in- | known locally as “Hangover Pool

\and I leave it
law.-—’(C.P.)

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yt | branches
His |friends hanging headfirst

Strachey’s East African peanut;
scheme so far.”
Akers, honorary |

Sir Wallace
treasurer of the society, one of |
the guests at the luncheon, wore aj
suit made of 50 per cent wool}
and 50 per cent Ardil, a product}
of peanuts. |

|

Sir Wallace revealed that the|
peanuts were being used in
Scotland for the manufacture of
men’s suits and overeoats. He said
the new material came from the
Imperial Chemical Industry's
Nobel experimental station at
Ardeer, Ayrshire. |

A factory is being built in|
Dumfries, Scotland, for general
manufacture of the yarn. It will
then be sent to weavers through-
out the country. Sir Wallace said
it was found that the cloth wore
well.

“We spin the yarn at Ardeer,
then distribute it to Orkeny and
other parts of the country for
weaving. At present we have
only been able to make sample
suits and overcoats because pea-
nuts are in short supply, but once
the factory is built we can man-
ufa¢ture for the public.”

Professor Eric Rideal, Presi-
dent-elect of the Society said that
while materials such as cotton
and rayon were woven “straight”

The Ambassador is. right sient the new Ardil was of curly fiber,
ut
he left out the factors that there | iprough.
were lots of reconstruction before
the fighting was over, miles of
bridges restored”’.

King Paul said there was lack
of co-ordination both in planning

and prevented cold from coming

—LN.S.



HEARTACHE SOOTHED

CHAPEL St. MARY, Suffolk,
England.

A Muscovy duck made a house-

to-house flight round the village.
The Royal Society for the Preven-

Unitea |tion of Cruelty to Animals si
oe ees aid, and = = e
e hoped the country wou

able C her inh ain When]and was searching for it, It has
the Marshall Plan ended, this “will Jnow

gested an explanation that the
duck had been jilted by its. mate

been provided with a new
one.—(C,P.)



SAFER THAT WAY

VICTORIA, Canada.
Commenting on a, car-theft
case recently, Judge H. H. Shand-
ley endorsed police who draw guns

John Hoadley has had to change |before closing in on law-breakers.
his pet tortoise’s name after 18 \ e
years. When he bought the oe said. “It’s the proper thing to do.

ow
that it has laid two eggs he’s call-

“Phat's what I’d do myself,” he
—(C.P.)



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BARBADOS ¢ ADVOGAT E

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Tuesday, April 18, 1956



Clerks

THE revival of the Barbados Clerks’
Union seems to indicate a healthy awaken-
ing of one section of the community who
have never made their power and influence
felt. The reasons for this lack of self-
expression was no doubt due to a combin-
ation of causes which the clerks now seek
to overcome.

Middle class society in Barbados such as
that from which the body of clerks is drawn
, has never been the object of affection by
any group or body until recently. In fact,
one political body in this island made it
plain through the mouth of their leaders
| that it was not concerned with the problems
of the middle class. Even after the work-
ers in this island organised tweive years
ago the clerks were reminded that they
could not because of their place in society,
pretend to side with the lower classes; and
at the same time they were the object of
ridicule by the workers who felt that they
were “playing up” to the employing class
who did not want their support.

There has now been a gradual change.
It is fortunate for Barbados. This section
of the have learnt
that it is in a healthy economy and not in
politics that their salvation must be found.
The fallacious clap-trap that politics con-
stitute the means and end of all progress
has now
It

progress except that

community seems to

been subjected to examination

is clear that there can be no lasting

built on a sound

economy







eal
at «6certal
f conduct
il! choo
the ¢ oy
ons of wiety while they were bein
jenied the means of dou © in a manner
befitting their station in life. The Clerk
Union can do much in effecting a iitabl
remedy to this situatior
It is significant that in the past the clerks
failed to express even their fears and they
were led to believe that victimisation
would follow the path of those who did so,
The measure of victimisation, if any, can
be consistent only with the extent of the
weakness of the Union, But this is the
ast and least concern of the Clerks’ Union
The time has come when every employe}
recognises not only the right but the duty
| yf employees to organise themselves into
ynions. It must make for the orderly pro
press of relationships between employe!
und employees and they do themselves
less than justice who try to hinder such
wganisation. It is therefore ol little cor
ern to the clerks whether there ill be
attempts reprisal They have
“emedy.
The chief object of the Union ts to secure
‘or its members propet rie d suit
ible conditions of wor} These have not
always been of the best and many case
odav there is need for adjustment eve
f not comp! e\ n It { |
1 season that the Cler! Un \ ee tl
ecessity for a sound econo! hich must
me before any political acne vement {
nay be that in the pa the clerks hav
nistaken the hadow ol political icces
for the substance of economic progres
It is ne r noossible nor too late for
e Clerk nion to estat h it f in the
i. aves of the community as a reponsibit DOK
vhose interests are bound up with the
seneral interests and whose opimon 18s
» vorthy of respect This goal can only be
; \chieved with the support of every clerk

© the Union and the ability of that body

o keep itself free from political tramme!

ing.

ur Headers Say:

IN THE BUSH--

Where The Witch Doctors|
Mend Broken Marriages

hy Gwyn Lewis tribal




| DURING the past two weeks I ,

j|have travelled hundreds of miles
across this featureless country
called the Bush.

Nothing meets the eye but
thorn bushes and stunted, lifeless
| trees.

Yet goats and rangy cattle of
indifferent breeding provide the
country’s eight tribes with their
main wealth
| Almost as soon as a Bamang-
wato child can leave its mother’s

back, where it spends its first
months tucked in a shawl, it is
put to tending cattle

Before. dawn, children are
|driving the cattle from the
villages miles into the bush,
where they remain with them
until sundown

Lashed For Losses

|} I asked one tribesman: ‘What

happens if a beast is lost?” He

said “Thi often happens, and

the boy know vhat to do when
he arrives home

He immediately goes to a tree

{ t facing it until his



er come

“The boy lies down to re-







ceive perhaps two lashes if it
is his first offence, or more if : > y
he has lost cattle before. that 11 Communists conspired to overthrow
and son, who may be the United States Government.
nO! oe ‘ on _ sea McCarthy alleges that Budenz can uncover
eth ends after the : spelon th ; '
ere : They develop the carriage of the perfect mannequin. Lattimore’s Communist links. And Latti-
Little girls also |
but are not whipped.” more denies he ever had any. On the evi-
ye ’ ‘ ‘ ano
\ Ti } ren, spending _ their W ife For q atile still persist outside the capital, dence the two men give depends the political |
} The. siideen, nis Sr Serowe fate of the “Red Bogey” senator.
lay ee in th yush yelow ¢& The arriages are negotiated by Fees , it , i ‘ toh
| se un, may be respon the rl is can case lie aocten he Pg Aig ok r ae eee i , kteny ae
\ ible for 30 beasts each. If one jg called a lobola for a wife for a love potion to a bullock for oseph McCarthy is a strange man
is lost when the cattle are counted If he marries into a poor family the most fearful curse in the witch of simplicity and grace. To engage him in
at sunset the children always he can secure a wife for a dozen doctor’s repertoire private conversation is at first charming and
pee which particular animal has cattle. The current price per head __|then boring. But Senators scramble for seats |
trayed of cattle runs to £10 The oo: fie. ~ fs when he is due to speak.
The owner searches for the If the bridegroom pays 100 cat- P* rstitious rey believe that a It
. it ; : lagen : ; is Jose —| 2 -
missing beast next day. He may tle for his bride the wedding is piece of rag of a suitable colour]. eph McCarthy he began life pick- |
) it ¢ > - half-eaten by ° » soci ve » year attached to a pole neal re Au —
find it alive, or half-eaten by tne social event of the year. hed | the hut |1ng up peanut shells as a cinema usher
fion or a leopard Polygamy has disappeared, but Will keep all evil away. whom the Republican Party has chosen to
marriage ties are loose. Young men are convinced that}lead its election year campaign against the
Vv ‘ ~ . ; Yo t -
Holt To Mines ” : the possession of a lion’s tooth or} people in the Government they claim are
The tribal marriages are per- the tuft of its tail will endow Communist: fellow4i 11
| Most boys, when reaching man- formed by the headmen, and so them with the strength of the usts or Tellow-travellers,
hood, hope to work in the gold far as white races are concerned animal As a cinema usher and, later, grocery store
}mines of the Rand. Normally they they are close secrets While in other parts of Africa handyboy, McCarthy paid his way through
have to obtain the consent of the But Christian marriages fre- t is common to see men and wo-|law school, and became the youngest elected
| ¢ niel quently follow the tribal rites, men "i a sarc = een circuit judge in Wisconsin, at 29.
: f yeads, les Ss > < ae + ; i
Fathers keep a watchful eye cometimes immediately, sometimes Te es me a aig ite, Later, as a private soldier, he went into the
to prevent them going, if possible, g year iater NS er ee ORT cc Marine Corps and came out as captain-intelli-
but thousands run away 2 . 3 2 ae
I saw one home on_ leave Missionaries have found that The women wear brightly col- gence officer. He also qualified as a rear gun-
Whe ast me he had in the gentle Bamangwatos and oth- cured, long and full skirts ner, and got citations for bravery.
. fragment of clothing about his er tribes have accepted Chris rhe men wear tattered rem- PEOPLE LAUGHED...
idle tianity with readiness. Beautiful 1 inimal skins, If they! The Republicans put him up against the
churches built in English style, are it they wear ready- great crusader La Follette in Wisconsin for
Now, stepping of the bus, _ filled every Sunday. @ diet is ground maize, | the Senate elections, and promised to groom
} tted proudly, wearing - e a ~ : 7 ad ’ S
European clothes, Despite the A Love Potion porridge, with meat, him for high office.
torrid heat he also wore an i ffal. Cows yield so lit- McCarthy swept the magnificent La Fol-
ar oat. If, after e Denangwele mareanee ae, the Frans oD vad 1 lette from office and, with head swelling and
Women at his side carried on py — are , skae “ bas ae : .at butter is rarely eaten, | nockets full of money, he came ‘to Wash-
‘ : : the umpkins he had on, 1e aggrievec a se- or cheese ling ¢
i i. * pon " eretly consults a witch doctor Fish are unheard of, and fruit mgt.
He may prepare a love potion. js limited to water melons People laughed at the lowly country boy and |
1 coneoction of herbs mixed with [ane he was easy game.
| thi custom of * : N ‘hey smashed him down first of all over the
yortions of an animal a s all over the
ny everything from a bottle | eee yh a coal Most Sober Malmedy massacre. McCarthy accused his own
of mill bucket of corn ©” fashion by the witch doctor, The Bamangwato were. made| “s.>, boys of torturing S.S. men to gét confessions
the ea the Bamangwat squatting cross-legged on the ras ee ener of massacring 350 American prisoners. The torture
women develop the carriage of a ground, and incantations are oli hekedi. dakwome,:. He awe were not true, but they gave McCarthy
erfect mannequin pronounced detested drink so much that he A ; > *
’ . ; When Bamangwato Jones suS- purned the homes of persistent HE FIGHTS ON
Women aildhbers pects Bamangwato Smith of ex- drunkard For nearly five weks Joe McCarthy has brought
cessive attentions to his wife, he Ruth hopes to take advantage | UP charges against man after man and woman after
Wome! rs 1e builders of jay ask his favourite witch doc- of one Bamangwato custom by | Woman In high public office claiming that they were
: f n f ne |} angwato cust 7 . 8 ‘ 'y
Bec! nd's homes, circular tor to weave a suitable spell vhich it may be possible to ex- Communists.
PAu hatched roofs. There ‘Thereafter Smith often and un- tend her husband's stay at Serowe. |, And when the week has ended and the charges
are no windows, only a door cannily develops an inexplicable ‘The custom of the tribe is that,| ave been slapped down, McCarthy has been left
They excavate the red clay and malady. His arm may wither, he when a child is born, neither the alone on the scene wondering what hit him.
di hat ig. Two women are may become lame or lose his aP- mother, nor child, nor father shall But he has gone away for the weekend and come
e d a rondavel, as petite. Gossip quickly spreads the appear outside their home for back the next week—still fighting. McCarthy said
it calle > feet in diameter, news that the witch doctor has three months to me to-day that each morning he gets 1,000 letters.
et been at work All men, women, and children Nearly all support his violent, arrogant charges.
And Bamangwato Jones hugs to Pay great deference to the tribal NOW ROOSEVELT —
It w« be foolish to build any himself "ike ae ey the “frog chief Out in the Middle West they think he is a cru-
other sort of house in this country. DVS)". fied to a tree by the Greeting the chief is an elabor- | Sader. In Washington they think he is a charlatan.
The water supply is so pre- Witch’ doctor, brought about the ate ceremony, both arms being But it is in the Middle West that the Republicans
| Raeen gale witch doctor, brought abc Larva he fron count their votes,
carious that whole villages gire pesult extended to the front. + accel i 2 .
are frequently abandoned ee - And the deference I have seen Sane ‘t one canastac planing Comaronnenens: ‘If
. + . aren ee ee oe . seve ‘ bee res : Ty oe
when the wells run dry, Superstitious ahi r ‘she onion . oe And the Caetano replied: “Why ett Cac
Courting couples are rarely _ marker she is acquiring Pires sis ad Carthy ; : hd aoe oe
' seen. Bechuanas are in no hurry King Khama, Seretse’s grand- royal tou h, too, with a gracious ‘koe ae ae hed ae = "
{to marry, many leave it until they father, tried to abolish both tribal smile and gesture s “AL ES .
: marriages and witcheraft, yet they ft, BB: —L.E.S.

! are past thirty



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Hy Vineent Evans
WASHINGTON

FOUR of us were playing canasta — a
Congressman from Oregon, Felix Belair, of
the New York Times, a Senate official, and
myself.

Suddenly the Congressman threw down his
hand and exclaimed: “Senator Joseph
McCarthy—man or beast?”

There are three things that happen when
Senator McCarthy makes one of his well-|
advertised announcements that he is going to|
speak :—

1. President Truman goes off into a high-
level tirade that the 40-year-old bachelor
Senator from Wisconsin is Marshal Stalin’s
greatest friend.

2. Every major newspaper in the United
States devotes to him six or seven columns,
tears him to pieces in the opinion columns,
and

3. The phone rings in a little Virginian
village across the Potomac River where lives
one of the many people — a woman—

McCarthy has accused of being a Communist.
A voice the woman does not know says:

“Get out, you dirty Communist,” and rings
off.

This morning McCarthy named the man
who he claims is going to provide evidence
that Dr. Owen Lattimore, high State Depart-
ment adviser, has been a Communist.







Senate investigating committee the name of
Professor Louis Budenz — excommunicated
Catholic who was readmitted to the Catholic
Church after he renounced Communism and
gave up his job as managing editor of New
York’s Daily Worker.

Sandy-haired father of three daughters,
Budenz is a man in whom the United States
Government itself has expressed its confi-
dence. He was one of the men on whom
they called in the New York trial to prove

Rarbades Has a Shirt of Delicate White Lace











the Edit Tl Advocate sense of appreciation of the West Indies. She is considered
ij heau lue surrounding us, to be the most urban of any of
> SIR,—For three conseculive the adage is tru Realizing this them. In spite of her diminutive
4 ars I have been a visitor to the fact, JI ar ved to remind you size she is the most densely popu-
| est Indies, and a guest of Bar \' pressions Barbados lated area of the World, excepting
| dos. While there are many jeaves upon the “stranger within China, a factor which unfavour-
dngs I have yey to learn about your es” whose sense has not ably affects her economic stand-
ur Island, and its people, I feel been dulled by living so near to ards of life, and yet Barbados is
4 at my extended stay among you. the sea which encirc les you, the comely.
your guest, qualifies me to spk dl the canopy of heaven
| press my view about your above you, and re plendent _ «sround her waist she wears a
Hejight little Island” and also a beauty of the flowe to be seen deep blue sash from which het
} ty to expres: ppreciation « over hand ample garment falls in rippling
your kind hospitality, and al kaleidoscopic colors, as changeable
}) that which you have to offe: Not all the attractions to be 90d varied as those of the chame
| vitors from ovher places than fcund are so easily discovered as leons which bask in the warmth
enar OWN. hose on the surface—others, quite her breath; ranging from deep
1 ss real. are only found by seer or blue to light blue, and shading
{it is not to be expected that in while I do not into peacock green to delicate
i communication | of this kind ; such. | do wish Nile greens. Her skirt around the
wat I should attempt to en- io dra 1 sketch such as that bottom is flounced with delicate
4» mpass all the interesting aspects has come to me in a medi- White lace. Peeping out from this
, aich = repeated visits have \ mood-—Barbados. as seen owing skirt one catches sight of
yealed, therefore I shall confine through the eyes of ranger, ber dainty feet which sparkle un-
r comments to one of the out der the reys of a tropical sun as
nding attractio which even Whe frien neigh- if wrought from burnished silver
us visit t i I M Her form, mostly hidde fron
seT VC nar S f View
of ¥ f y
»s true I of } I b sh
} vended to ! 1 i i a stro rl
it nerall { patter
{ I I I se -
. pret € A i
degre ; @
‘ a a

internal fires, augmented by bil-
lion wpon billions of tiny insect
life which conspired to weave in bursary
intricate pattern and design, 4 fit- I was
ting for such a royal prin
cess as she. Around her neck and
falling gracefully over her ample
white bosom, she wears a garland
varied

body
O'Neal
time







of multi-coloured flowers,
in both pattern and design, sur- sary things to do and the sam® the good training and advice giv-
passing in elegance a glory ex- year [ was awarded one of tha en. Now that my period is over,
ceeding that of Solomon's holarship I can do no more than congratu-
[ began apprenticeship in late the good work by these mas-
Crowning her coiffure she wears one of the’ arly months of 1945 ter-workmen not only to make me,
a tiara of precious stones befitting and Mr. H Deane was chosen but the other boys better and|
her royal heritage, as she n as my master-workman, During brighter citizens, and in the fu-|
presides over her court, dazzling that period my master-workman ture, I am looking forward to
in brilliance and bey I and the board never neglected a greater improvement from the
Of such is her. grace and charm. moment trying to make me what board
No wonder that we mortals are J] should be GRENVILLE S. A. GRIFFITH,
drawn to her court, again and At a meeting of the Board on Checker Hall,
again, from lands far distant Friday last, nineteen of us were St. Lucy
AS such a one of her couruers, arded certificates and Messrs April 15, 1950.
I make homage to het rare charm
ind gracious hospitality Le aaa niet
FRANK ATKINSON -
St. Lucia, B.W.1 @ LETTERS which are signed with a nom-de-plume, but un-
\ 6th, 195 ; i
accompanied by the customary bona fides, will be ignored,
Apprentice Says Thanks sae
Pi : ’ Many such reach the Editor’s desk each week, and readers
= rn oe ' , are again reminded of the neceasity for the writer's name to
be known to the Editor, not for publication, but as an assur-
I ‘
ance of good faith.

who in any way tried to make my
five years period as an electrician
apprentice a success

introduced to the
bursary scholarships by Mr, Fred
scout master at that
and he collected one of the
application forms for me and in-
what Was the neces-

first

my

structed me

D. S. Payne, C. G: Reed and T.
E. Went made some very inter-
esting speeches in which they re-
ferred to efficiency, punctuality
and honesty, these speeches should
never be forgotten by the boys
who were present.

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y, APRIL 18, 1950

Service Conference

“A NEW VISION

poG ’clock yes-
ut 2 o'clo 3

A Road ae attacked Mr.{ world from the strain
pia row! house and ea has an important r

als and three dog jump-| Excellency the

vie citer "ond escaped. ed the fourth conference of

ix canimet cane eens at the Legisla

iE OF See year broke out at} CY.

fares 0 Plantation, St. Philip, is Excellency said:

1.00 a.m. on Saturday.|_ It was with real pleasure that
pout | "18% acres of first and|I accepted the invitation to open
roripe canes, 14 acres of this fourth biennial Conference of
crop’, and 37 acres of sec-|the Federation of Civil Service
ean They are thej Associations in the Caribbean for,

fthe Trustees of the/having been a member of five
A Cameron and were all) different Civil Servants’ Associ-

: nded to Ruby
biae “Jestroyed six acres
ae rop ripe canes, Which were
; ae They are the property
r §, Clarke of the same Plan-

JER CANE fire of un-
origin broke out at

at about 11.15 a.m. on
and destroyed 300 holes
nd crop young canes situ-
on the lands of Lennel Clarke

ddress.

> ‘xtended to the lands
he yd Massiah and destroyed
s of second and third crop
: + canes. None of the canes

insurers LOWING appoint-
ts were made at the
ing of the St. ig bia
eek; Mr. C. H. =
a urehwarden, Mr. G. G.
Senior Guardian, Mr. W. L.

ves, Junior Guardian.
Commissioners of Health
Mr. C. H. Yearwood, Mr. F, A.
. Mr. J. E. T. Brancker,
p,, Dr. A. C. Kirton, aa
r. E. Lisle Bannister.
* ee enmnitten! Mr E. Lisle
| JP. M.C.P. Mr. C. H.
sod, Mr. G. G. Harris, Mr.
Greaves, and Mr.

’ ont at the Meeting were:
AE. Simmons, B.A., (Chair-

Mr. W.L. Greaves, Mr. C.
marwood, Mr. G. O’Neale, Mr.
T, Brancker, M.C.P., Mr. F.
Breaves, Mr. K. C. O’Neale,
G, G. Harris, Mr. E. L. Ward
Mr. I. C. Sobers. An excuse
nfered for the absence of Mr.
Ward.

AH GRANT of Bay Land,
St. Michael, got two of his
mushed and his left foot hurt,
acar wheel ran over his feet
uynday. Grant was assisting
hing a car over Cox Hill
the car ran backwards.

NUMBER of men were seen

y on Sunday morning off
ns’ Beach, St. John, return-
from their Saturday hunt for
The expert lobster catchers
ahaul of about 14 each. Lob-

son is here, but due to the
ness of the sea no risks were
during the past few weeks.
lights are used in catching
obsters .

§T, JOHN’S Cultural and
Literary Association will hold ;
jal meeting on Thursday ¢
and the Handicraft of the
bers will be on show. Two
will be given by Mr. R.
of the British Council and
W. Greenidge of Haynes
Great progress have been
m by the Association and
is now a Shorthand Class in
ion. In the other classes
are showing interest and
rapidly progressing.
DWERS OF RAIN held up
pedestrians vesterday in the
area, During the morning,
were seen to be gathering,
hey quickly cleared off. These
s continued for an hour, and
large streams collected espe-
along Swan, Street. Several
ns were taken by surprise.
were without raincoats, and
Were forced to take shelter
the rain was over.
ABOUT 2.35 p.m. on Sat-
urday an accident occurred
mapel Streevy between motor
1 M-573, owned by the Water
Department and driven by
Alleyne of Sayannah
Bush Hall, and a bicycle
and ridden by Norma
of Bush Hall. The cycle

p Y was injured when
in accident occurred on Pin-
reet at abou 1.30 p.m. on

ed in the accident were

Car M-429, owned by

Corbin of Third Avenue.
ile and driven by J. B.
of Roebuck Street, and a

Wn cary, driven by

Chandler of Fairfield
Black Rock.

ACCIDENT occurred on
luck Street at about}

‘M. on .Saturday between
~ car owned by the Cen-
uarage, Coleridge ‘Street,
fiven by Clarence Holder
wy Village, St. Michael,
© owned and ridden
Cooke of \ Mahogany

‘Cooke's knee was injured.
ee

Woman Wounded

f Ifill of Lightfoots Lane

Ounded in her head last

With a piece of iron. She
4 at the General Hos-



ered. and belief that is not the position

.——— in the West Indian Civil Servants

where there are almost ea

at? able examples of “merit’’ fitly

en '$On Today rewarded. A general and un-

informed criticism of cone

’ Banl a ments and promotions does grea

: at 4.00 an neva harm to the prestige of a service

' at the ||aMd of its members, and I sug-

at 5.00 p.m gest that officers of service asso~

at Queen’s Park ciations should take no part in

Dm, such unfounded sige egy am

er J. H, i I will not detain you further

” “The eae ena from the important matters which

In Latin America” t you have before you on a very

BE Pitish Councis at 8 is heavy Agenda. I declare the Con-

. ference open and pray that you

may have the guidance of the

: Almighty in your deliberations.
WARS

Eat

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ations during over twenty years
in the public service, Iam in
sympathy with the purposes and
aspirations of your Federation
and its member associations, In
extending a welcome to you all
at this conference may I first read
a message which the Secretary of
State has asked me to convey to
you. He says: “I wish you a

fruitful and successful Conference, acknowledge the indebtedness of
to|the Federation to the many who

“I shall be very interested
learn the result of your labours,
particularly your views on the
Holmes Report, which you will
no doubt discuss.” Next, may I
specially welcome the visiting
delegates to what they will find
is the most attractive island in
the Caribbean. If you have any
doubt as to the truth of this as-
sertion, I suggest you speak to
any Barbadian who will give you
a modest but completely informed
and objective opinion as to the
merits of Barbados compared
with the other islands and main-
land territories which you re-
present.

Also, you will find that the
proverbial hospitality of Barbados
and Barbadians exists not only in
legend but in fact, and I trust that
when you leave the island at the
end of the conference you will
have pleasant memories and a firm
resolve to return for a _ real
holiday at a later date.

My own knowledge of the Car-!
ibbean and its Civil Services is
naturally limited by only a few
months’ residence here, but as |
have come from West Africa
where the Civil Services of four
British Colonies enjoyed almost
common terms of service, I ap-
preciate the purpose and value of
a regional conference such as
this. Apart from the obvious ad-
vantages 1 suggest that the op-
portunities afforded outside the
conference for discussion of
matters of general, social or pro-
fessional interest, are no less
important. I hope you will make
contact with your “opposite num-
bers” in the Barbados service in
your particular vocation or call-
ing.

More Importance

You will not need me to tell you
that the work of the Civil Ser-
vant in this most difficult post
war period is becoming of more
importance than hitherto. There
can be no doubt that a new
vision and broader purpose has
come to the world from the strains
and trials of the war, and that
the Civil Servant has an impor-
tant role to play in this develop-
ment. You are called to new and
more complex tasks, to more
specialized work, to adapt your-
selves to new conditions and
constitutions and in general to
provide a higher standard of
service to the public than hither-
to has been required.

It is not unnatural that in these
circumstances you seek from
your masters, the public and their
representatives, more opportuni-
ties for training for promotional
posts in the expanding civil ser-
vices of this region.

“The terms and conditions of
employment in the public ser-
vice of any country should be
pitched at a level sufficient to at-
tract the services of some of the
best brains of its people and,
indeed, Governments should be
model employers. My experience
has shown that in spite of pro-
longed negotiations and many
difficulties a Civil Service ulti-
mately receives the terms it
deserves. Otherwise there is a
fiight of talent away from the
public service and a consequen-
tial deterioration of services to
the public which may be the
first indication of false economy
in the treatment of Government
employees. One word of warning
Bear constantly in mind that
you are the servants of the public
and not their masters. .

A cynic referring to big
business in one country sum-
marized the fears which I have
heard expressed in Barbados in
that old verse which runs:—

“The doors of success are ever
ajar

“And the temple halls are full

“For some get in by the door
marked PUSH,

“And some by the door marked
PULL.”

To the best’ of my knowledfe

ae



anda broader purpose has come to the
$ and trials of war and the civil servant
ole to play in this dey
Governor told Civil Servant

elopment,” His
s when he open-
of Civil Service
hamber yester-

The Reply

Mr, Holman Williams, President
of the Federation in replying to
the Governor’s Address said:

I desire to thank you on behalf
of the Federation for being so kind
to come here and open this Con-
ference and to give us the bene-
fit of your wide Colonial experi-
ence in that very interesting ad-
dress to which we have just lis-
tened. I would ask you, Sir, to
convey to the Right Honourable
the Secretary of State for the Col-
Onies our gratitude for his kind
Message and I have no doubt that
at a later stage, something form-
ally would be done in that regard.

It is my pleasant duty to

the Federation
tive Council C

have contributed to making this
Fourth Conference, in this his-
toric island possible, and to the
Radio _ Distribution, Barbados,
through whose co-operation, these
proceedings are being broadcast.

Those of us, within and without
the service who work in the Car-
ibbean at this time share an ex-
tremely important task. It is ob-
vious that we are assisting at the
birth of a Nation and that the
happiness and welfare of our un-
born sons, for many a generation,
will depend on the way in which
we quit ourselves in these pre-
paratory and formative years.
Posterity will bless or curse us in
so far as we have assisted actively
or passively, in so far as we have
done well or ill.

As Civil Servants, we take
pride in the fact that, long be-
fore Closer Union had reached
the stage of a Standing Closer
Union Committee, long before
adult or near adult suffrage, as
early as 1944, the Civil Service
got together and formed a body
which links and speaks for the
officers serving in all the Col-
onies from Honduras, through

: in Barbados before going on to
Jamaica, the Leewards, the hainiaild stant ; ‘tic
Windwards, Barbados and = , nada, Trinidad and British
Trinidad, right to the magnifi- } 74!@"4-
cent province of Guiana. Intellectual
It was this body which kept Tha " ;

pressing for greater uniformity in The most important factor

the conditions of service and for
Unification of the Services. These
representations culminated in the
appointment of the Holmes Com-
mission which, let it be repeated,
was not a bye-product of Closer
Union, although the implementa-
tion of its recommendations will
undoubtedly accelerate and facili-
tate Closer Union.. It is to these
recommendations that this Fourth
Conference will devote a good
deal of its time.

The Reason

Why do West Indian Civil Ser-
vants agitate for a Regional Uni-
fied Service? The reason is that
unification will facilitate trans-
fers of personnel between the
various colonies and these trans-
fers will bring, in their train,
firstly, broadened experience and
new ideas with a resultant in-
crease in efficiency and, secondly,
increased opportunities for the
outstanding officer to reach the
level to which his ability and zeal
entitle him, This last, in itself,
is calculated to attract some of the
best West Indian scholars to the
service,

Some may ask why West In-
dians favour a W.I. service rather
than the broader seriés of Colonial
Unified Services which alfeady ex-
ist. The answer lies in the fact
that West Indians are not norm-
ally offered transfer outside the
Region, and, until recently, were
seldom offered transfer within it,

But why dwell longer on the
past? The future is before us with
its challenge. We have a definite
recommendation for Unification
and for a Regional Public Ser-
vice Commission. Indeed the Uni-
fication Report envisages a future
in which West Indians will dis-
charge the highest duties devolv-

ing upon the administrative class ! ?*

and we have seen this occur among
our neighbours in Puerto Rico,
the U.S. Virgin Islands, Guade-
loupe and French Guiana. We
now have a University College
which will provide West Indians
in increasing numbers, fully
trained for all branches of the
Service and we have an ever in-
creasing measure of self-govern-
ment,

Play Our Part

This brings me back to my com-
mencement, As Civil Servants,
we have to play our part, not only
in the laying of the foundation
stone of this new nation with good
work and square work, but in
completing, adorning and main-
taining the structure.

We gratefully acknowledge our
indebtedness for the example and
tradition set by many generations
of metropolitan officers who have
given and are still giving faith-
ful service to these colonies. We
reaffirm our loyalty to the West
Indies in particular and to
the Britisn Commonwealth of
nations in general,

We pledge ourselves to main-
tain those traditions pure and
unsullied. Governments and par-
ties will rise and fall, time and
circumstance will, no doubt,
bring modification and change,
but the Civil»Service must go on
as long as we survive as a peo-

ple.
For 100 Years

Some of these colonigs have
been British for 100 years and
others like this, have been Brit-
ish for over 300 years. We have
all had time to absorb the two
vital principles that govern the
British Civil Service, namely,
the exclusion of politics from the
Service, as such, and absolute
independence and impartiality in





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ADVOCATE

Mr. Sherlock, Dr. John Parry,
Professor of History and Dean of
the Faculty of Arts and Dr, Had-
don Bowen, Senior Lecturer in
Physics all of the University Col-
lege, are now making a tour of the
Caribbean, interviewing students
for the University College.

They arrived over the week end
by B.W.1I.A. and are staying at
the Ocean View Hotel.

Mr. Sherlock said that when
the University started two years
ago, they opened with the Faculty
of Medicine and started teaching
physics, botany, zoology and
chemistry. That year they took 32
undergraduates for work in those
subjects only.

Last year, they started work on
the faculty of Natural] Science with
34 undergraduates putting the
teaching schedule forward by one
year, in spite of the tremendous
shortage of science teachers.
| At the beginning of the academic
;year in October, they would start
teaching in the Faculty of Arts
which meant that they would be
admitting students who wished to
study for the B.A. or B.Sc.

Mr. Sherlock said that they
were not only planning for this
year, but six years ahead. They
were not only planning for teach-
ing appointments and accommoda-
tion of students, but they had to
think about the financial cqmmit-
ments and for the next few years,
their plans were going to be very
ull.



At the moment, they were look-
ing forward to the establishment
of the Department of Edugation
which will be prepared to do its
post graduate work,

They were now moving around
the Caribbean interviewing people
who wished to be admitted to the
University. So far they had inter-
viewed a fairly large number of
applicants in Jamaica, a small
number in St. Kitts and Antigua
and had already interviewed some

which impressed them was that
among the applicants already in-
terviewed, at least 50% were peo-
ple who would more than benefit
from university education. They
were people of good intellectual
capacity, but would not be able
to go to the University because
their families could not send them
and that brought up the question
of scholarships and exhibitions.
Mr. Sherlock said that the very
establishment of the University
College in their midst, meant the
multiplication of such scholar-
ships and exhibitions. Where one
Government had already given
one scholarship, it meant that they
would now have to givé three or
four and where another Govern-
ment had already given three, it
would mean that in future, three
times as many would have to be
given.

One of the most important
benefactors he said was the build~
ing up of funds to help people of
character, There were limited
amount of scholarships and exhi-
bitions now and there was keen
competition, but only a small num- |
ber was going to be successful.

Barbados had already set an
example in that there was a small |

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the administration of justice. Let
us in the strains of birth, growth
and adolescence, never lose sight
of these two beacons.

Later in the afternoon, the
Conference met at Harrison Gol-
lege. There the minutes of the
previous meeting held in British
Guiana and the _ Secretary’s
report of what happened between
this conference and The last were
esented,

Two committees were also
appointed for meeting today at
10 a.m. One of them will discuss
the Holmes Report and make
recommendations to the Confer- |
ence re the report. |

The second committee will
prepare a reply to the message |
sent by the Secretary of States
for the Colonies which was read
by the Governor yesterday” and
make recommendations on other
resolutions which have been
referred.

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on Wednesday.







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GIFTS WANTED FOR
WU. VARSITY COLLEGE

PEOPLE should be encouraged to make gifts to the!
University College of the West Indies for the establishment |
of a welfare fund for such undergraduates as from time to
time may fall into financial difficulties, Mr. Philip Sherlock, |
Vice-Principal of the University College told members of
the Press at the British Council yesterday afternoon.

welfare fund started for Barbadian
students at the University College
who might fall into financiai
difficulty,

Mr. Sherlock said that at pres-

ent there were 79 students at the

University, 50 of whom were
doing Medicine while the
mainder were taking

Science. This year, they proposed
to take in about 50.



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| Wounding Case

Dismissed

Their Honours of the Assistant
Court of appeal Mr. G. L. Taylor
and J. W. B. Chenery yesterday
reversed a decision of His Worship
Mr. H. A. Talma, Police Magis~
trate of District “A”. Mr. Talma
had imposed a fine of 30/-and 2/-
costs on Doreen Small of Peter-
kins Land, Roebuck Street. He
had found her guilty of having
wounded Prince Smith on_ his
head with stones on October 16,
1949. Their Honours dismissed the
case,

Smith and Small used to live at
the same home, but Small left.

re-'Smith said that just as he came
Naiurai|Out of his home, Carrington Vil-



| coming
Asked about the Hospital at the | bucket on her head.

lage, on October 16, he saw Small
along the road with a
He took the

University he said that they had bucket off her head, remarking
started work on the building ana{that she had taken away every-

it should be ready by 1952. While
on the subect of buildings he said

thing from the home. Small went
for three stones and struck him

that the hall of residence for the |O®_his head.

accommodation of 162
was nearing completion and
should be ready sometime in Oc-
tober this year.

Five Subjects

Professor Parry said that as far
as the arrangements in his own
faculty were concerned, they
were concentrating on the sylla-
bus of the London University
modified for West Indian needs by
agreement with London.

This year they were forward-
ing five subjects for the general
degree in Arts out of which three
could be chosen. They were start-
ing with Latin, French, English,
History and Spanish and in the
course of the next five years, they
should increase the number of
subjects from which three could
be chosen.

He said that they proposed to
encourage Spanish, one of the first
five and they were hoping to re-
commend more Latin American
books among the Spanish books
set for studies.

With regard to History, he said
that the London University had
already agreed to their proposals
for the course and they hoped to
encourage Caribbean History in
the schools.

Their programme was likely to
keep them going on for perhaps
three years and they proposed to
introduce more subjects as money
became available for staffing
commodation .

Up To Date

ac-
|

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Dr
with what the previous speakers

had said and stated that the stu-|!

dents were housed in temporary
laboratories. With regard to
equipment he said that it was
quite up-to-date, Except for the
bigger and richer British Univer-
sities, their equipment was, in
some respects, better than that of
some of the British Universities

He said that there was no plan
to establish an engineering faculty
which would cost about a quarter

million pounds. The number of
undergraduates for that faculty

would be limited, but it would be
worthwhile to attempt to find the
money for that connection as it
could be developing their talents,

They were however, attempting
to encourage people who wanted
to go in for engineering and the
study of physics, mathematics or
applied mathematics, so that after
leaving the University College,
they could go to Canada or Ameri-
ca and spend two years to com-
plete their engineering training

Car And Lorry
Collide

THE right front fender of the
car M.370 was slightly damaged
when it became involved in a
collision with the motor lorry
54 on Black Rock Road yes-
terday morning about 11.30
o'clock.

At the fime of the occurrence
M.370, the property of the Esso-



Li,

lube Oil Co. was being driven
by D. Thorne of Station Hill,
while the lorry was driven by

its owner, L. Boyce of Cave Hill,
St. Lucy.



“Rufina” Brings
Petrol

Three hundred and thirty six
thousand gallons of motor gaso-

the S.S. “Rufina” which called
from Trinidad. 176,400 gallons of
kerosene oil were also part of the
cargo. The “Rufina” is discharg-
ing this oil at the Shell Co. off
Brighton.



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Small denied that she had
struck Smith. She said that Smith
took the bucket from her and
then beat her.

Were They Flying
Saucers?

A resident near Brittons Cross
Roads, claims that he saw three
objects in the sky on Sunday
night between 9.40 and 10 o'clock,
which could be Flying Saucers
About the size of big stars, they
were all visible at the same time
One was in the West, one in the
Northwest and the other in the
Southwest. His young son noticed



them first and drew his attention |

to them.

A peculiar feature about them
was that they changed from red
to blue and then from blue
red before they disappeared. |

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Fresh Fruit |

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Arrives
Several crates of fresh fruit |
were landed by the schooner |

“Gardenia W” which called from}
St. Vincent over the week-end. |
Other cargo brought was i190
boards, a quantity of gas, disin-
fectant and Trochus oil.

From St. Lucia the ‘Lady Joy” |
brought 200 bags of charcoal, }

, |
fresh fruit, plantains, cocoanuts, |

Bowen expressed agreement | firewood and drums of oil.

The schooner “Hazel Scott’’}
discharged 280 bags of copra
from St. Lucia. The “Gardenia}
|W” and “Hazell Scott” are con-|
Isigned to the Schooners’ Pool}
while Mr. D. L. Johnson is



agent for the “Lady Joy”

Milk Thief Bonded -

FITZGERALD HARDING of |



Passage Road was placed on =®|
bond fer 3 months yesterday]
when he was found guilty of |

larceny of a case of Red Cow}
Milk valued at £2. 6s. the prop- |
erty of Messrs. J. O. Tudor &|
Co. on April 15. |

Harding had been employed by
the firm for 13 years, and was|
discovered putting the milk in|
a cart.



Assaulted Policeman |

WILFRED GREAVES a baker}
of no fixed address was fined by |

Acting Magistrate D. D. Morris}
12/6 in 14 days or 14 days’|
imprisonment yesterday for |
assaulting P.C 348 =Prescod|
while in the execution of his!
duty

The offence was committed on}
April 15 |



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Ih 4 LA SAMUEL ROACH, | ton Hin), From June. lst, Fully furnished Friday the 2lst instant at 2 p.m, at} 20 Broad Street. 15.4.50—6n.
‘asleep on April 18th 1949 2 Bedrooms. Apply Mrs, Lynch, White | Public competition:—
BP, precious one from us is gone Hall Flat No. 1. Telephone 3427. 61 shares in the WEST INDIA BISCUIT WANTED TO RENT
voice we loved is stilled 16.4.50—5n co. LIMITED, HOUSE—Near Sea for six months or
heart your memory lingers, 97 shares in the BARBADOS FIRE IN- | more Phone 3507 after 6 o'clock. Mrs
our eind and true SURANCE CO IN | Wt ” 16.4, 50—2
Tenderly, th . U0; hite, 4.5 n.
t a day that passe’ ’ 43 shares in the WESTSIND:
shod oe son't remember you." _PUBLIC SALES Y LTD NDIA RUM
Roach (wife), Marian Roach 500 shares in the BARBADOS SHIP-
ry Chaes Samcl oach, son 24PING & TRADING C0 UitD. PERSONAL

AUCTION



of our dear beloved



loving By instruction from Miss Lilian Brown 14.4, 50—6n.
C et was taken x will sell by auction at her yard at head
April of Chelsea Road on Tuesday the 18th of Se ee eens
sniamight stars. are shining April at two o'clock one newly built] WE will set up for sale at public
n on a lonely grave 18 x 10 house. And on Thursday the| Competition at our Office No: 17, High
one we love so dearly 20th at two o’clock-on the spot at Bay Street, Bridgetown, on Friday the 28th
ut yet we.could not save Street obliquely opposite the Aquatic} C4Y of April 1950 at 2 p.m.
me may see us smiling Club Gap a chattel building called Mer- A Dwelling house (formerly the
‘think we do not weep ton. It consists of gallery, drawing and Manager's House of Goodland Planta-
many a silent tear is shed dining rooms, two bedrooms, kitchen,| tion) in the Parish uf Saint Michael,
n others are asleep 50 toilet. and palings. Both houses to be| With the land on which it stands con-
The Grant family 18-4.50. | removed and must be sold, taining by admeasurement 1 Acre, 3
Terms Cash. Roods, 4% Perches or thereabouts
’ ra a D’ARCY A, SCOTT, Inspection any day between 10 a.m
Auctioneer. and 12 o'clock noon.
FOR SALE 15.4.50—4n,| For further particulars and Condi-
‘ tions of Sale, apply to the undersigned :— |
D'Arcy A. Scott of Magazine Lane COTTLE, CATFORD & CO
offers the following properties at St 16.4.50—10n
NO VE George (1) One property consists of 10
acres of land and a two sturey house
198 (June) Fordson..10 cwt. | Which is in perfect order Se enna are ane

At St. James one (1) property consists
of around 30 acres of land and a two
storey Stone house which has a lovely
view of the sea.

At Christ Church one (1) property con-

mileage under 9,000, owner
obs soa eeadtines, for viewing.
$900.00 or naarest offer,” Apply:
A. Beard’s Auction rooms, Hard-
Alley, 8 a.m. to 12 noon daily.

.4,50—3n. sisting of.9 arable acres of land and a
am two storey Wall house, :
5 ‘CLE—101 .S.A. Motor At’St. Joseph one (1) property consist- t
"3 Re (M-610) ¥ on con- | ing of 20 acres of land and a stone wall| ,
phi ‘to R. Cox, Harts. Gap|-house, with govt. water and electric light. | 1
ee, : * 18.4.50—2n., D'ARCY A. SCOTT. |! +

15.4.50—4n. |

UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER

THE FURNITURE ETC.



Standard 8 H.P. “(X-771) with
it Radio. Apply: Milas Room .
mtations Building. ‘elephone

18.4. 50—3n .



‘R-One Austin 10 H.P. Saloon 1946
@l in really good order. Cole & Co.





BARBADOS,

in or affecting the prope

shares in the B’DOS ICE co., LTD.
CARRINGTON & SEALY.

IN THE COURT
IN PURSUANCE of the

9ersons having or claiming

Chancery

o bring before me an
ouchers to be examined by
2 noon and 3 o'vlock in the
3ridgetown vefore the 2nd day

of June

reported on and ranked according to the nature
otherwise such persons will be precluded fro
deprived of all claims on or against the

PLAINTIFF :
DEFENDANT’







The public are hereby warned against
Siving credit to my wife LENORA
MAYERS (nee Grecia) as I do not hold
myself responsible for her or anyone else

contacting any debt ar debts in my
name unless by a written order signed
by me.
GERALD MAYERS
Cattle Wash.
St. Joseph
16.4.50—2n







IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE



OFFICIAL NOTICE

OF CHANCERY

Act, 1906, I do hereby give notice» to all
any estate, right or interest or any lien or incumbrance
erty hereinafter mentioned (the property of the Defendants)
account of their vlaims with their

witnesses, documents and

Office, Public Buildings,
that such claims may be
and priority thereof respectively
n the benefits of any decree and be

1950 in order

said property
CYRIL BRUCE BROOKS
THELMA NORMA AGATHA GIBBONS

and

€ house called or known as

together with the land wheron the same stands and thereto
situate at Wellington Street in’tae City of Bridgetown and

admeasurement 1789 square feet

or less Butting and bound.ng on the West on lands

and on lands of a place called
Norma Agatha Gibbons
said place called ‘Bedford

Wellington Street aforesaid, or however

butt and bound together with all other buildings

and being with the appur-

18.4.50—4n., — at — WINSTON THOMAS JAMES
: CANEFIELD HOUSE F RTY AI
hall 14- a work- By instruction received from Mrs °-ROPERTY ALL THAT certain messuage or dwellir
S vac are it Lower | John Rrayton (formerly Mrs. Embericos “ARGYLE”
Street. Phone 4045 : we will sell by auction on the 2nd, 3rd belonging
D . 18.4.50—3n. | and 4th May the furniture and household Island of Barbados containing by
effects of Canefield House, St. Thomas. be she same are
to Further particulars will follow. of the said Winston Thomas James
Sateanied, aa ae Pha BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO., Betton Cot” the property of the said Thelma
: on the North and East on other lands of the
BE, 0, Layne Garage, a Auctioneer, Cot’ and on the South on
4.50—6n. 18.4,.50—In else the same may
Spee verre ee on the said land erected and built standing
N—New ee locwh. VaR. Sag REAL ESTATE | tenances, belonging to the defendants,
. Immediate ed
AL GARAGE LTD. OMNES Uitentinites eee Bill filed Ist March 1950,
15.4.50—4n. “THE BERWICK" — Situate in Two Dated 29th March, 1950.
AUP Gedan-in- at} Mile. Hill, St. Michael, standing on

One Morris 8 H.P. Sedan in Al

17,069 square feet of land. The house

mucal condition. 1, Alleyne, Fort | contains drawing and dining rooms, two
pa Ltd. 9.4.50.—Tn. » pantry, kitchen and usual out

offices. Water and Electric light. Ser
R—M.G. Sports Model, in good | yants’ room in the yard.

ung order, new tyres and .top. No Inspection on application on the premi-



ble offer ref Apply Jef-| ses to Mr. Weekes the tenant.
Kirton. Phone 2425. The above will be set up for sale at |
7 16.4.50—6n. | Public Competition at our office in Laicas |
- - Street, Bridgetown, on Friday the 2st =
UCK—One Federal truck, with Plat~- April 1950 at 2 p.m ¢

OFFICIAL

BARBADOS
IN PURSUANCE of the Chancery Act,
persons having or claiming any estate,

n or affecting the property hereinafter
0 bring before me an account of their



led, Fairly Good Tyres. CARRINGTON & SEALY | vouchers to be examined by me on ar
May Sist 1950. H. Jason Solicitors.| 12 noon and 3 o'clock in the
. ” P Bridgetown before the Sist day of May

# & Co., Ltd. 15.4.50—6n

12.4.50—8n.

“STAUNTON”: and land thereto con-
taining approximately 15,678 square feet,
6th Avenue, Belleville.

The dwelling house which is a sub-
stantially erected stonewall building in
perfect condition comprises:—

DOWNSTAIRS. Spacious cool veran= |
dahs on two sides, large drawing and |
dining rooms, Buttery, larder room, |
pantry, kitchen and servants’ room a}

and;
|



ICAL

RIC =MIXERS—There is still
for you to own a DORMEYER
T MIXER at pre-devaluation
See them TO-DAY at G. W

MEINSON & CO. LTD, Broad St.
16.4,50—3n..

STOCK



UPSTAIRS, 5 bedrooms, toilet
bath room.

There is a small lawn to the east of
the house, as well as spacious back yard



PROPERTY :

reported on and ranked according to the nature
otherwise such persons will be preelude
deprived of all claims on or

against the
PLAINTIFF :
DEFENDANT :

ALL THAT certain piece
lands of Ventnor

thirty two and one
quarter perches of a
is now a public road)



Plantation)
Christ Church in this Island containing by admeasurement One acre }|
quarter
road which

H, WILLIAMS,
Registrar-in-Chancery.

4.4.50—4n,
NOTICE

IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY.
1906, I do hereby give notice to all





right or interest or any lien or incumbrance
mentioned (the property of the Defendant)
claims with their witnesses, documents and
y Tuesday or Friday between the hours of
afternoon at the Registration Office, Public

Buildings,
order that such claims may be
and priority thereof respectively,

1950 in

d from the benefits of any decree and be

said property.

CYRIL BRUCE BROOKS
CHLOE CLAUDINE ROBINSON

or parcel of land (formerly
situate at Ventnor in

part of the
the parish of
perches

(inclusive of

was formerly a

two and one

lands of Clapham Plantation towards the East on lands now or late





. of James Weeks towards the West on lands formerly of W. T. and
P (1) Thoroughbred. Filly by with lime and fruit trees planted F. D. ‘Barnes but now of Gordon Nicholls, J. E, rson, and Mrs
S heowd race in August. Her Dam | “Vann: Large garage and washroom. D. I. Bynoe and on lands of the said W. T. and F. D, Barnes and
N Bacaquomec. Apply G. L. Electric light, water and gas are in- on the South on the public road or however else the same may
» Norwood, St. James. stalled throughout. Inspection by ap- butt and bound beionging to the defendant.
18.4.50—3n. | Hointment with Mrs, Waite, tha owner,
Telephone 2553. oyst| Bill filed 1st March, 1950, H. WILLIAMS,
CELLANEOUS By public auction on Friday the st! Hated 29th March, 1950 Registrar-in-Chancery
April 1950. at 2 p.m. Res tie aie ry es 21.3,50—4n
gned from whom further parti-
Medes, OVE, PARTS — Flame vale ond conditions of sale may be ob-

., Wick, Wick-Carriers, Flame
es. Generators, and other
Dig auite Auto Tyre Co., Trafalgar
2606. 5.4.80—t.f.n.

A °
. _— R. S. NICHOLLS & CO: |
151 & 152 Roebuck Street
Phone 3925



—8n-e.d
ALY, D PPE, HERE!—Half-)act eae
Ralvan pipe. 26c, to $1.0" FLLI HOUSE & BUSINFS*
foot. A. BARNES & CO., LTD PREUR Conieining approximately
25.3.50—t.f.n | 4 gag square feet, No. 69 Roebuck
Street

R'S FRIGEMINTS — A tasty

min A substantially erected stonewal
Agent at all drug” stores.
Agency Co. ue

building in good condition comprises:-





DOWNSTAIRS. Spacious store and
16.4,50—6n. | store rooms, entrance to, garage. Front-
NN age: 42'—10". Washing tanks, and many
fh yo 'S—Finest English Crock-| other facilities, concreted throughout
mp wcral designs. Also TEA,| UPSTAIRS. 4 bedrooms, large dra
. and, BREAKFAST SETS and|/ing and dining rooms, toilet and batb
feces. G. W. HUTCH-| room. Front verandah.
& CO. LTD., Broad st. m
16.4, 50—3n. Electric light, power and water are
vi installed throughout. Inspection by

ointment. Phone 2297. .
“Ohne above will be set up to public
competition at the office of the under-
signed on Friday the 28th., April 1960
at 2 p.m. For ee reper and

nditions of sale apply
rm HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD

Solicitegs.
James Street
18.4, 50—6n



We will

set up for sale at public com-
ow



ition at © Office No: 17, High St.
ne wn, on Friday the 28th day of
Apr. le .m.:—
PAaNTT SLIPS, All ‘that 'thiee-storied messuage oF
WY Dass VAN * dwelling house known as The Brick
SHOPPE. Broad St. Ho and the land thereto belonging,
16.4.50—3n. | containing by admeasurement 3,024
CASes_ «> square feet om thereabouts situate, at
aad ees oe Suitcases with | Spry St, 7
2 i9 Telnforced Price Inspection any except Sundays,
im. & Ww. SON | on auppcetied Si Ob pieitbee.
16,4. 50—3n. further particulars, and Condi-

tions of Sale, apply to the undersigned:
COTTLE,





CATFORD, & al

au 16.4.50—-
OR LICENSE NOTICE TER incr
4 VIEW" — ley. (Adjoin
By eee ey Gynthia Newton, | ing WATERS) “on the land. sid:
Be License “Nor ike’, MOlMeE | ofthe road facing the Bay with 13,40
A ©. 1006 of 1980, square feet of land including the lan
Ad floor of th in respect | across the road running to the water's
Roebuck St aeerey wall build edge. The house contains verandah.
MB to ise aa City. for per- drawing and dining rooms, three bed-
Hou ae ere: (28¢, ** | rooms with running water, and all othe
pieet: City. | offices including kitchen with cupboards

bs, .
Boks sf April 1950. | Water, Electricity, Ges and Radic
rs Dist installed. Garage and Servants rooms

Eistrate, Dist, “av:



NEWTON in yard.
. gy Inspection any day—Phone 8365. Mr
at ay *PPlication will be con-| Bellamy. { to public
4 Licen Court ¢ The above will be set up public
et. District a held | competition at the office, of toe ie
Pa - ten | Signed on Friday, the 2ist of Apr
Veloce, = day of April ‘195 at 2 p.m.
2 > D, 4 j 7
Poly Z MORRIS IGTON & SEALY
Sj, * Magistrate Dist. “A | CARRINGTO Lures Street. |
|
1 31.3.50—13n. i

INEW GENUINE |

DRY



| Notice: —Bread



GOVERNMENT NOTICES



Attention is drawn to
(Amendment) Order 1950 which

2. Under this order the

COLUMN ONE
ARTICLE
Shingles:
Red Cedar
No. 1 Grade

Red Cedar
No. 2 Grade



the Control of Lumber Prices (Defence)

will be published in the Official

Gazette of Monday, 17th April, 1950.
maximum
“SHINGLES—RED CEDAR NO. 1 AND 2 GRADES” are as follows: —

retail selling prices

COLUMN TWO
Ordinary Retail Price
(not more than)

$25.45 per 5 bundles
containing 1,000

$21.15 per 5 bundles
containing 1,000



|
Attention is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence) (Amend- |
ment) Order, 1950, No. 15 which will be published in the Official |

Gazette of Monday, 17th April, 1950.

2.,
“Bread—plain” are as follows: —

ARTICLE

Bags—used (excluding
second-hand bags)
(a) Sugar—unwashed

—washed and darned.

(b) Rice—unwashed
—washed and darned
(c) Oilmeal
(d) White Cotton
Bread—Plain

—plain

to 2 ozs. for ;



CROWN



imported

Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling
prices of “Bags—used (excluding imported second-hand bags)” and |

| WHOLESALE
PRICE
(not more than)





|
|
|
|

22c.
j _ 30c.
20c.
28e.

each
each
each
each
8c. each
20c. each
ozs, for 2c.

_— 9

<

private road but |
Butting and bounding towards the North on

|
|
|

me on any Tuesday or Friday between the hours of }
afternoon at the Registration



LOST & FOUND





a



LOST

WATCH—10th April
Crane Beach. One 15 Jewel Gents Wris
Watch. Swiss’ madé. Avia. Pinder wil
be rewarded on returning to ADVOCAI
co. 15.4.50-—1n

QUEEN'S COLLEGE

Monday, On the









1950

1. The Entrance Examinations
Queen's College will be held
November, 1950, for candidates w
will have attained the age of 9
years on 3ist July, 1951, and who
Wwul not be over 12 years of
3st July, 1951,

2 Candidates from this Examination
will be admitted as vacancies occur:

(i) in January, 1951
(ii) in September, 1951






age on

9.4.50.

PARISH OF ST. ANDREW
Appli¢ations
organist at St.

—5n

for the vacant post of
Saviours will be received
by the undersigned up to Saturday 15th
April. Further particulars may be had
on application to the Parochial Treasurer,

Signed C, A.. SKINNER,

Vestry Clerk,
st

4.4.50—5n,

ee E }

OFFICIAL NOTICE

BARBADOS

EN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF APPEAL |

(Equitable Jurisdiction)

EWAN DENNIS BLACKETT

United States of America,
herein by Attormey
HERODIAS BLACKETT

VENISHA SKEETE .
IN pursmance of an
Court in the above

of th
acting
ALTHE
Plaintiff
Defendan
Order in tt }
action made on

13th day of March 1950, I give









notice to!

all pevsons having any estate right or |
interest in or any lien or incur |
affecting all that cer tain piece or parcel |
of land (formerly part of th lands ot
The Whim Plantation) situate in the |
parish of Saint Peter and Island afore- |
said containing by admeasurement two |
roods or thereabouts abutting and bound-
ing on lands formerly of Joseph W > '
but now or late of the Datate of |
Ramsay deceased on lands now >|
|

of the Estate of Charles Welch dec
on lands of the Estate of Faw:
Harris deceased and on the public
or however else the same 1
bound to bring before me an acx
their said claims with their witne
documents and vouchers, to be exam
by me on any Tuesday, or Friday
tween the hours of 12 10K
o'clock in the afternoon,
of the Clerk of the Assist
Appeal at the Court House ridg
before the 3lst day of May 1950 |
that such claims r be ranked
ing to the nature and priority thereof |
respectively; otherwise such persons will |
be precluded from the benefit of the |
said Decree, and be deprived of all claim
on_or agminst the said property

Claimants are also
must attend the said Court
day the 31st day of May,
o'clock a.m. when their said cla
be ranked

Given under my
Mareh 1950





as



SUS, |










ay

notified that the
on Wednes |
1950 1

hand this 13th «

GILKES
sistant Cx

Va

Ag. Clerk of th





OFFICIAL SALE

BaRBADOS

TANT COURT OF APPEAL












uitable Jurisdiction) }
DENNIS BLACKETT tt
d States of America,
n by Att



HERODIAS BI
VENISHA SKE
NOTICE Js heveby
an Order of the

given
As

t Cour |

of
Appeal dated the 13th day of March 1950 |



there will be set up far sale to th





bidder at the Office of the ¢ rf
Assistant Court of Appeal at (
House, Bridgetown, between the

|
of 12 (noon) and 2 o'clock i f
noon on Friday the 2nd day of June 1950
All that certain piece or parcel of land
(formerly part of the lands of The Whim
Plantation) situate in the parish of Sa



Peter and- Island -aforesaid containing
by adr urement two roods or there-
abouts abutting and bounding on land
formerly of Joseph Walker but now or |
late of the Estate of Jacob Ramsa
deceased on lands now or late of the
Estate of Charles Welch deceased on

lands of the Estate of KRdward 1



deceased and on the pul
however else the same ma but |
bound and if



property will be set up for sale

ucceeding Friday between t

hours until the same is so
not less than £104. 3. 4

Dated this 13th day of
V. GILKES

Clerk of the Assistant )





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| RETAIL Price |
(not more thar |

GINGER ALE



ee

been reduced from 2% ozs.

g to an increase in the price of flour. |
16.4

50—2n.





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DANCE
in aid of
ST. WINIFRED'S SCHOQL
BUILDING FUND
AT
Welbeck Pine
ON
SATURDAY 22nd APRIL,

Â¥ Admission
One Dollar S .per Included

Musie by Percy Green's Orchestra
Dancing from 8.30 p.m

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Both Local and Foreign
Bought and Sold

155 Roebuck St., Bridgetown
Dial 3188. -:- Hours : 9-3








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| Phone 4646



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ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS |
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Pyorrhea and

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t then d the ra |




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mean that you are a victim of Pyorrhea or
Trench Mouth, or some bad disease that
will eventually cause you to lose all your
seth and have to wear false teeth before
time, Since the great World War
uth di ses have spread through-
world so that now scientists say
1 our out of every five people are suf-
fer ooner or later, Be warned in time
ind stop these diseg efore it is too late,
because they often cause not only the loss
of teeth, but also chronic rheumatism and
heart trouble

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he very first day, quickly takes the sore-

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CLUB SECRETARYSBEIP
JACANT:

APPLICATIONS are invited for the
Secretaryship of the St Clair Club,
Port -of-Spair ‘inidad, which becomes
vacant ist July, 1950 Free
qQuarte for retired married
< With light id telephone
Writte ications should be rd

ICE PRESIDENT, St. ( lair Club,

1 Maraval Road

15.4.50-—6n



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1oud prese the big fight of
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AT

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ON

Tuesday, April 18th
At 8.15 p.m.



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

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SS. “DEVON” is scheduled
Sydney March 25th, Brisbane April 4t!
arriving Trinidad May 6th.

S.S, “CITY OF DIEPPE” sails Ade-
laide April 22nd, Melbourne May 4th
Svdney May 12th, Brisbane May 19t
erriving at Trinidad June 15th.

These vessels have ample space fo
chilled, hard frozen and general cargo

Carmo accepted on through bills o
lading with transhipment at Trinidad fo
British Guiana, Barbados, Windward &
Leeward Islands,

For further particulars apply:—
FURNESS, WITHY & CO. LTD
Agents Trinidad.

DA COSTA & CO. LTD

Agents Barbados.

\e Abcon eo

NEW YORK SERVICE



The M.V. “Caribbee” will ac-
cept Cargo and Passengers . for

Dominica, Antigua, Monsterrat,
St. Kitts-Nevis sailing 2ist April.

The M.V. “Daerwood”’ will ac-
cept Cargo and Passengers for
St. St. Vincent, Grenada,
Aruba, date of sailing will be
given.

B.W.I, SCHOONER OWNERS’
ASSOCIATION (INC.)
Consignees,
TEL. 4041





sails Arr.

N.Y. B'dos
SS “BYFJORD” 7th April 17th April
PIPE ei ee cn Ks Conte cndteusten 28th April 8th May

| NEW ORLEANS SERVICE

} sal: Arr.

| N.O, B'dos
| SS “ALCOA ROAMER" 22nd March 6th April
“ALCOA RUNNER" Sth April 23rd April
“ALCOA RANGER” 19.4 April 4th May

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| CANADIAN SERVICE
| SOUTHBOUND



Sails Arrives

Name of ship ‘ax Barbados
SS “ALCOA PENNANT" March 22nd April Ist
| SS “ALCOA POINTER” April 7th April 17th

Sailing every two weeks
NORTHBOUND
3S. “ALCOA PILGRIM"

Sailing early April for St. Lawreme
River ports.

\ eee ee ee

Apply DACOSTA & CO,
ROBERT THOM LTD.—New

LTD.—Canadian Service.
York and Gulf Service.

4 . . 4. £46569)
POOPSSSPS OSS SSPPOSO CVSS SEPP PAPEL



‘ FAMOUS ‘TRENT CARTRIDGES

$ & WENCHESTER R2 EATING SHOT GUNS
° AT

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PLSESSSEP PEP PELLLELEEEEEELLLEELOOEP
en a ee ene

ATTENTION PLEASE !

& Motorist friends are asked to note that the long looked for

shipment of :
GERM OIL

has arrived and can be obtained from our Gasolene Station
at Trafalgar St.
Remember—Don't Only Oil It—Germ It!

CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD.

== — oS eS a
CANVAS SHOES FOR MEN

| in WHITE, GREY, BROWN at $1.75 per pair
} PUMPS—in WHITE, BROWN and BLUE

Men's 9—12—$1.10—:—Boys & Girlss 10—2—85c.

Ladies 3—8—$1.05 —:— Children 6—9 —15c.

GUINEA-BIRD PUMPS 3—8 at $1.65 per pair

THE SHOE
BRITISH CO., LTD.

i re

SPEIGHTSTOWN









Branches :
BROAD S81.





Employment with the Pan-Ore

Steamship Co. Ine.

(Panamanian Flag)

a very limited number of .. .

A B Seamen Wipers (Engine Room
Helpers)

Chief Cooks

Second Cooks

Mess Room Boys

Ordinary Seamen
{ Bosuns
{

Greasers

Apply in person with ship's discharge papers or testi-
monials stating experience, only men with experience in the
above categories will be considered.

Apply from 4,00 p.m. at our Warehouse, Cavans Lane on
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday the 19th, 20th and 2ist. April.

On no account must applications be made to our Broad
Street Office,





BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY
COBPORATION LTD.







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THE ENGLISH
GHANNEL..
BETWEEN

PRANCE AND
ENGLAND!

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ONE
EVERYONE
PTRIES TO
PSWIM?

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ICROSSING THE CHANNEL!

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NEWS WILL MAKE THE
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——_—

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| THIS WEEK [—
BISCUITS eae Ey .

BROAD STREET.
from Monday 17th to Friday 21st April

of the

Obtainable from all GROCERS & DRUG STORES

Announcing =

@ Midget BROADWAY

\ NYLONS STOCKINGS
(TD. SERIES)

WITH NEW FEATURES

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SELECTION:
$1.86 per pair all Shade
wice in White Blue, Lemon & Pink 6009
BOYS PLASTIC BELTS multicolour 36c. each
VELVET RIBBON in Red, Black, Navy ani Green

READYMADE SPORT WEAR FOR LADIES

I. DROADWAY DRESS SHOP.

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PLASTIC 36”



This is a great news break for the
sports car enthusiast who wants full
blooded sports car pexformance at
an economical price. The NEW
M.G. Midget has all the points
thrilling speed, responsive engine,
magnificent braking and a marvel-
lous grip of the road at all speeds

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SALES
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4 hank all persons who
sintarely | teral, sent wreaths,
ae ne or in any other way o-

cards y to us, in our



IN MEMORIAM

beloved
In loving memory of my dear bel

fs April 18th 1949:
tel urone. fram us. is gone
‘voice we loved is stilled

our heart your memory lingers,

kind and true
not a day that passeth
you.”



18,4.50—1n

of our dear beloved
who was taken

18.4.50.



FOR SALE




VE

) 148 (June) Fordson.10 cwt.
Van mileage under 9,000, owner”
In good condition, for viewing.
00 or nearest offer.’ Apply:
A. Beard’s Auction rooms, ae
Alley, am, to 12 noon daily.
5 18.4.50—3n..

OR CYCLE—One B.S.A. Motor
































44 A.P. (M-610). In good con-
Apply to R. Cox, Harts. Gap
.T. Co. 18.4.50—2n’,

Standard 8 H.P. (X-771) with
it Radio. Apply: Milles Room
wntations }§ Building. lephone
18.4,50—8n.

One Austin 10 H.P. Saloon, Tow |
really d order. Co! ‘0.
™ = 18.4.40—4n.,

Vauxhall 14-6, good work-
. H,.P. Harris & Co., Lower
. Phone 4045.

18.4,50—3n,





One Ford V-8. 1939 model. Just
overhauled and peste. nee
0. Layne Garage, Tweedside
P e * 12.4.50—6n.

lew Morris 10-cwt. Van_ Just
ed. Immediate delivery. FORT

.G. Sports Model, in good
order, new tyres and top. No
offer refused. Apply Jef-
+ Phone 2425.

: 16.4, 50—6n

e Federal truck, with Plat-
led, Fairly Good Tyres,
h May 3ist 1950. H. Jason

& Co., Ltd.
12.4,50—8n.





UCK—O

ICAL

MIXERS—There is still
for you to own a DORMEYER
a at pre-devaluation
See them TO-DAY at G. W

ON & CO. LTD, Broad St.
D 16.4.50—3n










STOCK

(1) Thoroughbred. Filly by
Could race in August. Her Dam
quomec. Apply G. L.
+ Norwood, St. James.
18.4,.50—3n.







SLELLANEOUS
STOVE PARTS — Flame
Wick, Wick-Carriers, Flame
Galleries.’ Generators, and other
» rae Auto Tyre Co., Trafalgar
P a A.50—t.f.n.

LO












rat Pree, HERE!—Half-:act
vanised pipe. 26c. to $1.1"
A. BARNES & CO., LTD

R'S PRIGEMINTS — A tasty

nner ne at all drug” stores.

> o.
16.4.50—6n .
BOER SETS—Finest Englien Crock
Oy im Trock-
pit several de s. Also TEA,
and B SETS and
y pieces. G. W. HUTCH-

& CO. LTD,, Broad St.
16.4.50—3n,

“7 BESS Hote Weddings or
it reasonaki; HATS and HAND.
SHOPPD. Broad St.

16.4,50—3n.

latest



in

Rhee OY. VAN RAALTE.
DRESS SHOPPE, Breed














UQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

®DPlication of &
Cynthia Newton ano eee
: Vicense No, rd
re Ugusta Grifith in respect
i Rent of a 2-storey wall build-
to wk Street, City, for per-
use said Liquor Lihtiase at
this "igit r= Street, ‘City.

a of April 1950.
Magic:






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; IA NEWTON,
4 for Applicants,

fed at A LaPPUcation will be con-

Cm Court to be held

b the Mth District “A” or
P lock, am TY Of April 195 |
Pol D. D. MORRIS |
Saat es Magistrate Dist A |
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Auctioneer.
15.4.50—4n |
———
D'Arcy A. Scott of Magazine Lane
offers the following properties at St
George (1) One property consists of 10

of around
storey Stone house which has a lovely
view of the sea.

sisting of.9 arable acres of land and a
two storey Wall house,

ing of 20 acres of land and a stone wall
house, with govt. water and electric light



John Rrayton (formerly Mrs. Embericos
we will sell by auction on the 2nd, 3rd
and 4th May the fumiture and household
effects of Canefield House, St



REAL ESTATE

GARAGE LTD, Telephone se
15.4.50—4n. | TE BERWICK” — Situate in Two
auP Gadann- at-+ Mile. Hill, St. Michael, standing on
Morris 8 H.P. Sedan in AT) 17069 square feet of land, ‘The -house
et L, ae wore contains drawing and dining rooms, two
td. .4.50.—Tn,

bedrooms, pantry, kitchen and usual out
offices,
vants’ room in the yard.

ses to Mr,

Public Competition at our office in Lucas
Street, Bridgetown, on Friday the 21st
April 1950 at 2 p.m. |

stantially erected stonewall building in|
perfect condition comprises:—

dahs on two sides,

dining rooms,

pantry, kitchen and servants’ room.
UPST.

bath room.

the house, as well as spacious back yard |
with lime and fruit trees planted

stalled throughout. ,
pointment with Mrs, Waite, thy owner,
Telephone 2553.

April 1950. at 2 p.m. at the office of the
undersigned from whom further parti-
culars and conditions of sale may be ob-
tained,



50. SES. Containing approximately
besa am’ square feet. ‘No. 69 Roebuck
Street

building in good condition comprises

installed throughout.





of the
square feet land including the lan
across the sane running to the water's
edge. .
drawing and dining rooms, three bed-

competition at the office of the under



NEW GENUINE

APRIL 18, 1950





FOR RENT

| HOUSES
REST COT—or









a | writing with references to The yp
Ist. Dial 3065 50. ~hels Gara Lad., alga r
Sno — bi MUTUAL eee a inert 18.4. 50—1n ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS
NEFIT SOCIETY ;
FOR RENT. ‘pst —_—
Premises No. 0 Sent Apri Ponts NOT VACANCIES Exist for Energetic men 1950
for or similar type of b mt q ICE to work as Insurance Canvassers with 1. The Entrance Exaniinations for
Contact immediately on vos I$ HEREBY r) United Investors Co., Ltd. Queen's College will be held ir
Swan Street. 31.3.50— 7 , Annual Ge. GIVEN that the 43rd | Apply by letter and in person on} November, 1950, for candidates who
pais | Roctaty will be me [er above | Wednesday, 19th. April to United ae | will have attained the age of 9
BUNGALO Flat, y on Monday 24th! vestors Co., Ltd. Marhill Street. years on 3ist July, 1951, and who
xoad, Pe Ate Fiat, facing sea mair | eal 1000, at 4.30 p.m., at the Reg- Tr 16.4.50—Gn will not be over 12 years of age on
All comforts, English eee ae tree pase Oi Bean: Strents, toe the | ili talk tii Socios Se Eee | Sist July, 1951,
showers, telephones, verand hes ne the ninth Receiving the Report of VACANCIES Exist for office Assistance 2 Candidates from this Examination
phone 2949. 31 eee Treasurer’ a of Management, and in the Insurance Dept. of United In- will be admitted as vacancies occur!
- ease (b) Electir unt for the past year,| vestors Co., Ltd. | (i) in January, 1951
OFFICE—One Office over Sanitary/| ot ' anlage a a Committee Apply by letter and in person on | (i) In September, 195
Depot, Marhill Street y 5 e current year |Thursday the 20th April. 9.4.50.—5n,
‘Sony Laundry co es . Apply i fe) Dealing with any other matters cee See ee oe 16.4.50—3n PARISH OF ST. ANDREW -
. if ae : pied the Meeting i fieeninaiathsead Applications for the vacant post of
-3.50—t.f.n Y order of the Comunittee, BUTLER—For small Hotel, Experienced oe be Saviours will be received
USE LET—From —~quick—capable head butler. Must be} by the undersigned up to Saturday 15th
supe, 30th. Lame fully Sunatities he os E. W. ALLEYNE, pionsantly Epoket, willing, and capable/ April. Further particulars may be had
St. James. coast, cool position. Ex. ieee 16.4. 50—2n, Secretary. of supervising work of under butlers. | on application to the Parochial Treasurer,
bathing. $75 monthly Ring Don: saat - 7 seit Apply in first instance by letter to:E.F.W, Signed C. A,. SKINNER,
rer 13.4 07a: ——————————- | C/o The Advocate. 12.4.50—6n, Vestry oa
adh ; St. Andrew.
eid s ~ rnin ania eaaaan nrist y .
HEATHFIELD—On the Crane C Publie Sales-— An Assistant Master for the Chris 450—5n.
for the months of May, June, & ied SS —Contd _ Church Boys’ Foundation School, from

Apply Mrs. A, D.

Herbert, C. ‘
Christ Church, Pe

Phone 8385.
14.4. 50—3n.

ASHTON — On-Sea, Maxwell, Christ
Church, Fully Furnished. Containing
Four Bedrooms, Drawing and Dining
rooms, Verandahs overlooking the sen
and all modern conveniences. Dial 3607
or 2871 15.4,50—5n .

—<—<——

“REST HAVEN” — Brighton Beach.
Small House, all conveniences, near
beach and bus. Low land rent. In-
spection on premises at any time or
Phone Owner at 3188. 18.4.50—In

ton Hill. From June lst, Fully furnished

2% Bedrooms. Apply Mrs, Lynch, White

Hall Flat No. 1. Telephone 3427.
16.4.50—in

_PUBLIC SALES
AUCTION

By instruction from Miss Lilian Brown
I will sell by auction at her yard at head
of Chelsea Road on Tuesday the 18th of
April at two o'clock one newly built
18 x 10 house. And on Thursday the
20th at two o'clock on the spot at Bay
Street obliquely opposite the Aquatic
Club Gap a chattel building called Mer-
ton. It consists of gallery, drawing and
dining rooms, two bedrooms, kitchen,
toilet. and palings. Both houses to be
removed anc must be sold.

Terms Cash,











D'ARCY A, SCOTT,

acres of land and a two sturey house
which is in perfect order.

At St. James one (1) property consists
30 acres of land and a two

At Christ Church one (1) property con-
At'St. Joseph one (1) property consist-

A. scort.. |
15.4.50—4n, |

UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER

THE FURNITURE
at

CANEFIELD
instruction

D’ARCY

ETC.

HOUSE
received from Mrs

By

Thomas.
Further particulars will follow.

BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO.,

Auctioneer.
18.4..50—1n

Water and Electric light. Ser
Inspection on application on the premi-
Weekes the tenant.

The above will be set up for sale at

CARRINGTON & SEALY
Solicitors.
15.4.50-—6n ;



“STAUNTON”: and land thereto con-

The dwelling house which is a sub-j

DOWNSTAIRS. Spacious coo] veran-
large drawing and
Buttery, larder room, |
‘AIRS. and |

5 bedrooms, toilet

There is a small lawn to the east of
YARD. Large garage and washroom

Electric iight, water and gas are
Inspection by

in-
ap-

By public auction on Friday the ‘st

R. 8. yenpiee & a gt]
1 uck Stree’

ate Se Phone 3925

13.4,50—8n-e.d

DWELLING HOUSE & BUSIN-<*

A ‘substantially erected stonewal

ee

LASSIFIED ADS.
Banoo!

Sea, Welches, Max- |
well. 2 Bedrooms furnished. From May

| persons

tai = imately 15,678 square feet | deprived of all claims on or

6th Avenue, Belleville. |



DOWNSTAIRS. Spacious store and

store rooms, entrance to, garage. Front-
age; 42'--10".
other facilities, concreted throughout

Washing tanks, and many

UPSTAIRS. 4 bedrooms, large draw-

ing and dining rooms, toilet and bath
room, Front verandah.

and water are
Inspection by

t. Phone 2297. ‘
The above will be set up to public

Electric light, power

col tition at the office of the under-
cipaed on Friday the 28th., April
at 2 p.m. For ‘further part@ulars and

1960



James Street
18.4.50—6n

sale at public com-

for
We will set up 1h High St.

messuage or
as The Brick
land thereto belonging,
admeasurement 3,024
thereabouts

situate, at



a VIEW"—Rockley. (fAdioin
TERS), on the land sid:
ing. lag poe the Bay with 13,40

‘The house contains verandah,
ms with running water, and al! other
oft kitehen cupboard:



wi! =
Water, ec » Ges and Radio
installed. Garage and Servants rooms
in yard

Inspection any day—Phone 8365. Mr

Bellamy.
The above vill be set up to public



signed on Fridsy, the 2ist of April, 1950

at 2 p.m. |
|

RRINGTON & SEALY, |
GA er Lucas Street |

DRY

31.3.50—13n.



ES steerer.

PUBLIC NOTICES | WANTED
eee |

~ omens,













No previous experienc: | Department



|
Some experience neces- WATCH—1l0th Apr Monday, On the
necessary, Write today for beautiful free | sary. Apply by letter and in person to | 4 15 Jewel Gents Wrist
Sample Book to Britain's largest ang; the Manager, Barbados Co-operative | Swiss’ made. Avia, Pinder wil
foremost Publishers highest commission Ks otton Factory Ltd | Se pewanded on returning to ADVOCATI
marvellous money making opportunity. | 18.4. 50—t.f.n. | CO. 15.4.30—1n

Devt. 10 Victoria

J Hams
nae WE “23. AN experienced Mechanic

Works, Preston, Apply













General Form Subjects.

REAL ESTATE
Le

The undersigned will qualification and experience.

a

ir



the Ist May 1950, to teach Spanish and

Salary on approved Scale according to

offer for Sale Applications should be sent with full
* ia Offices, No: 17, High Street, | details of qualification and experience,
Aoetieisee a Friday the 2ist day of|to the Headmaster rot later than 22nd
SO, a P.m. April.
A fully paid up Policy in the Barba- , W.H ANTRS3US,
ne Mutual Life Assurance Society, on Sec. to Gov. Body,
the life of A.P. aged 71 years:— Ch. Gh. Boys’ Foundation School.
Polloy” 0.0.50. tesitarteces | @ RRNEEE 9.4.50—Tn,
Bonus to 1945 6,896 00
Present Sumender Value 11,197 00 | eee
COTTLE, CATFORT, & CO
16.4.50—5n. | MISCELLANEOUS



A ee oe.
Roof B-ard and Shingled







HOUSE—Tw:

House 14 x 8, 16 x 8%, Shed 16 x 6%, | without tyres. Apply Manager, Black-
Kitchen 8 x 6, Painted inside and out-| man’s Plantation, St. Joseph.
side situated at Merricks, St. Philip. For 12.4.50—6n.
further particulars. PIG 0 eee 8 Gir cece ec





Drepaul on premises, 15.4.50—2n



AT the office of the undersigned on

OLD GOLD AND _ SILVER—Highest
prices paid for old gold and silver jewel-

lery and scraps. Y. De Lima & Co., Ltd.,
Friday the 2ist instant at 2 p.m. at] 20 Broad Street. 15,4.50—6n.

Public competition:
61 shares in the WEST INDIA BISCUIT



WANTED TO RENT









co, LIM ; HOUSE—Near Sea for six months or
97 shares in the BARBADOS FIRE IN-| more. Phone 3507 after 6 o'clock. Mrs
SURANCE co; White. 16.4,50—2n.
43 shares in the WESTXINDIA RUM
500 an, Y LTD.
ares in the BARBADOS SHIP-
PING & TRADING CO. ;
24 shares in the BDOS Ghee LTD PERSONAL
CARRINGTON & SEALY.
14.4, 50—6n =
LL The public are hereby warned against
WE will set up for sale at public | giving credit to my wife LENORA

competition at our Office No: 17, High
Street, Bridgetown, on Friday the 28th
day of April 1950 at 2 p.m

MAYERS (nee Grecia) as I do not hold
myself responsible for her or anyone else
contracting

r any debt ar debts in my
A Dwelling house (formerly the | name unless by a written order signed

Manager's House of Goodland Planta- by me

tion) in the Parish uf Saint Michael, |

GERALD MAYERS

with the land on which Cattle Wash

it stands con-





taining by admeasurement 1 Acre, 3 St. Joseph
Xoods, 444 Perches or thureabouts 16.4,50—2n
Inspection any day between 10 a.m
and 12 o’clock noon.
For further particulars and Condi-



tions of Sale, apply to the undersigned
COTTLE, CATFORD, & CO
16.4.50—10n

' IP PAYS 10 ADVERTISE

OFFICIAL NOTICE

IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY

IN PURSUANCE of the Chancery
ving or claiming any estate,
in or af ing the property hereinafter



BARBADOS,

Act, 1906, I do hereby give notice to ail
right or interest or any lien or incumbrance
mentioned (the property of the Defendants)
to bring before an account of their vlaims with their witnesses, documents and
vouchers to be examined by me on any
12 noon and 3 o'clock in the aftern
3ridgetown before the

reported on and ranked
otherw
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2on at the Registration Office, Public Buildings,
day of June 1950 in order that such claims may be
according to the nature and priority thereof respectively
Ise such persons will be precluded from the benefits of any decree and be
prived of all claims on or against the said property.

2nd

PLAINTIFF : CYRIL BRUCE BROOKS
THELMA NORMA AGATHA GIBBONS
and

WINSTON THOMAS JAMES

ALL THAT certain messuage
“ARGYLE” togeth

DEFENDANTS :

PROPERTY : or dwelliig house called or known as

er with the land wheron the same stands and thereto
belonging situate at Wellington Street in'tae City of Bridgetown and
Island of Barbados containing by admeasurement 1789 square feet
be the same more or less Butting and bound.ng on the West on lands
of the said Winston Thomas James and on lands of a place called
‘Bedford Cot” the property of the said Thelma Norma Agatha Gibbons
on the North and East on other lands of the sai place called “Bedford
Cot” and on the South on Wellington Street aforesaid, or however
else the same may butt and bound together wit all other buildings

on the said land erected and built standing and being with the appur-
tenances, belonging to the defendants,

Bill filed Ist March 1950,
Dated 29th March, 1950.
H, WILLIAMS,
Registrar-in-Chancery.
4.4.50—4n,

OFFICIAL NOTICE

IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY.
1906, I do hereby give notice to all
right or interest or any lien or incumbrance
mentioned (the property of the Defendant)
their claims with their witnesses, documents and
me on any Tuesday or Friday between the hours of
12 noon and 3 o'clock in the afternoon at the Registration Office, Public Buildings,
Bridgetown before the sist day of May 1950 in order that such claims may be
reported on and ranked according to the nature and priority thereof respectively,
otherwise such persons will be precluded from the benefits of any decree and be
against the said property.







BARBADOS

IN PURSUANCE of the Chancery Act,
persons having or claiming any estate,
in or affecting the property he reinafter
to bring before me an account of
vouchers to be examined by

PLAINTIFF : CYRIL BRUCE BROOKS |
DEFENDANT: CHLOE CLAUDINE ROBINSON

PROPERTY: ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of land (formerly part of the

lands ef Ventnor Plantation) situate at Ventnor in the parish of

Christ Chureh in this Isiand containing by admeasurement One acre

thirty two and one quarter perches (inclusive of two and one

quarter perches of a road which was formerly a private road but

's now @ public road) Butting and bounding
lands of Clapham Plantation towards the East on lands now or late
of James Weeks towards the West on lands formerly of W. T, and
F. D. Barnes but now of Gordon Nicholls, J. E. Marson, and Mrs,
D. I. Bynoe and on lands of the said W T. and F. D, Barnes and
on the South on the public road or however else the same
butt and bound belonging to the defendant.

towards the North on

Bill filed Ist March, 1950.

H.
Dated 29th March, 1950

WILLIAMS,

Registrar-in-Chancery



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.



may |

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OFFICIAL NOTICE

BARBADOS
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF APPEAL
(Equitable Jur

Sdiction



EWAN DENNIS BLACKE of the
United States of America, acting
herein by Attormey ALTHE

HERODIAS BLACKETT
VENISHA SKEETE
IN purstance of an Order
Court in the above action
13th day of March 1950,
all peysons having any
interest in or any lien
affecting all that ce:

Defendan

in thi
made on the
I give notice
estate, right

oO

rtain piece or parcel
of land (formerly part lands ot
The Whim Plantation in the




parish of Saint Peter
said containing by adr
roods or thereabouts abi





z and t

ing on lands formerly of Joseph Walker
but now or late of the Estate of Jacot
Ramsay deceased on lands now or late
of the Estate of Charles Welch deceasec
on lands of the Estate of iwi T



Harris deceased and on the public
or however else the same 1
bound to bring before me
their said claims with
documents and vouchers

their

to be ex

witne









by me on any Tuesday, or Friday
een the hours of 12 (no

o'clock in the afternoon b Offic

of the Clerk of the Assistant Cx

Appeal at the Court House Bridget

before the 3lst day of May 1950
that such claims may be
ing to the natur and
respectively; ott se such person
be precluded . the benefit
said Decree, and be deprived of
on_or a@pinst the said property

Claimants are also notified t
must attend the said Cor on Wedne
day the 3lst day of M: 1960
‘clock a.m. when their said «
be ranked

Given
March

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priority



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1950

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VENISHA SKEETE
NOTICE is heveby give iat b
of an Order of the Assistant ¢

Appeal dated the 13th day of 1950
there will be set up far «
bidder at Office
Assistant ut of
House Bridgetow
of 12 (noon) and 2 o
noon on Friday the 2nd
All that certain piece
(formerly part of the land
Plantation) situate in the parish of
Peter and: Island aforesaid eonte
by admeasurement two roods or
abouts abutting and bounding on ud
formerly of Joseph Walker but no
late of the Estate of Jacob
deceased on lands now or I: f
Estate of Charles W:«
lands of the Estate
deceased and
however else sa
bound and if r then s e
property will be set up for sale L eve
ucceeding Friday t
hours until the 3
not less than £104. 3. 4
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“SHINGLES—RED CEDAR NO. 1 AND 2 GRADES” are as follows: —
COLUMN ONE COLUMN TWO
Ordinary Retail Price
ARTICLE (not more than)
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Attention is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence) (Amend-
ment) Order, 1950, No. 15 which will be published in the Official
Gazette of Monday, 17th April, 1950.

2.. Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling
prices of “Bags—used (excluding imported secor.d-hand bags)” and
“Bread—plain” are as follows: —

WHOLESALE |
PRICE RETAIL Price
(not more than) | (not more than

ARTICLE



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second-hand bags)

imported

i

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—washed and darned.. | = 30c. each

(b) Rice—unwashed bail — 20¢. each

—washed and darned .. oe 28c. each

(c) Oilmeal vp ¥ _ 8c. each.

(d) White Cotton és _ 20c. each
Bread—Plain — 2-ozs. for 2c.

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to 2 ozs. for 2 cents owing to an increase in the price of £
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fers: NOTICES 08 10 (b) Electing Officers and a Comuniny| Yestors Co., Ltd. {D in January, 1961
ene -- == 991,50], OFFICE One Office over Sanitary| Of Management for that cicommuttee) Apply by’ letter and in person on Vy preranee, 1001
Pee charge - + : +" | Laundry Depot., Marhill Street. Apply | and (c) Deali rf _ current yea | Thursday the 20th April. 9.4.50.—5n
mG ADVOCATE (Monday) | | Sanitary Laundry Co. Tel Sse, before the Meeting. UY ther. matters 16.4.50—3n, | | PARISH OF ST. ANDREW MONTREAL AUSTRALIA NEW
w SSSESR Res A u 31.3.50—t.f.n By order of —- siete 4 pplications for the vacant post of 3
3 of the Comunittee, BUTLER—For small Hotel, Experienced | organist at St. Saviours will be received eee ee =
- THANKS HOUSE TO LET—From 15th May to E. W. ALLEYNE Sle neeepable head butler. Must\ be| by the undersigned up to Saturday 15th =o
Spt. 30th. Large furnished house Secretary pleasantly spoken, willing, and capable| April. Further particulars may be had SS. “DEVON” 1s scheduled - The M.V. “Caribbee” will ac-
a ery all = tho pt jee ae mee Pepition. Seceilent 16.4. 50—2n, : i coin woeee of under. Dutiers| on application to > the perochist Treasurer, Sydney March 25th, Brisbane April 4t! cept Cargo and Passengers. for
- hank pexwen: ° N + ¥y in first instance by letter to:E.F.W. Sign C, A.. SKINNER, rrivin
_ We. sincerely eral, sent wreaths, ae ms 3249 LS | c/o The Advocate. 12.4.50—6n, Vestry Clerk arriving (‘Trinidad May en Dominica, Antigua, Monsterrat,
ite oF in any other way ex- 3.4:50—%n. P af " et ee 8.8, “CITY OF DIRPFE" sails Ade- St. Kitts-Nevis sailing 2ist April,
to us, in our a ete, eee oS oe laide April 22nd, el e May 4th
pe Pet out dear mother | ,,EATHFIBLD On, the Crone Goart| MPtblie Salles-Contd. |.) Soe"), he, eee srrvicg ws Wega fee ieee’, Li cope Gas, a eee ee
ave ‘who departed | £0 y, . SS y ‘ ne | wrriving at une : cep rgo Passengers for
ee EDITH pply Mrs. A. D. Herbert, C ba the Ist May 1950, to teach Spanish and j * ‘ Luc
‘us on 15th April 1950. th Christ Church. Phone 8385. yee REAL ESTATE General Form Subjects. | beaten’ Bane pe gle yp SP ln yr 1 Pg Mp ne meat be
ndoiph Grifith, Exlward, Grit. 14.4.50—3n . | ———— Sa ee ere, Neen PE SPR NOTICE ! bistriput Carro accepted on through bills o sy ee
Griffi . ——— thes uncer wi i SURE TORHOn AN SREerenOs, | Cnn lading with transhipment at Trinidad fo ,
es Arey aaugnters), Mase | ASH TON — On-Sea, Maxwell, Christ at, their Offices, Nov 17, "Wign Suse details of ‘qualifation “and. ‘experience, | BARBADOS | Charles Macenearney & Cb. Ltd. | British Guiana, Barbedos, Windward & B.W.1. SCHOONER OWNERS’
, *| Church, Furnished. Containing , Bridgetown, on Friday the 2tet a, ; ee Leeward Island ASSOCIATION (INC
" Griffith (daughter-in-law), 8 a > 1 aay the 2ist day of|to the Headmaster not later than 22nd |IN THE ASSISTANT COUR > APPEAL | atlas sh CRS)
amy Griffith, Sylvan| Four Bedrooms, Drawing and Dining | April 1950, ‘at 2 p.m : ' Bau: . T OF APPEAL | iculars ly:— Consignees.
Griffith, Muriel Griffith, rooms, Verandahs overicoking the sea| A fully ‘paid Elke April. ran (equitable Jurisdiction) Te ee eee ee ,
Eoahia, Gordon Birkett ean and ail modern conveniences. Dial 3607 | dos Mutual Tabs Ammen a ne W. H. ANTROUS, EWAN DENNIS BLACKETT of the} FURNESS, WITHY & CO. LTD —
. 18.4.50. or 2871, 13.4 the life of A.P a Society, on Sec. to Gov. Body, United States of America, acting | Agents Trinidad.
: -50—Sn.. -P. aged 71 years:— Ch. Ch. Boys’ Foundation School. herein by Attomey ALT |
aren | Policy HE DA COSTA & CO, LTD
ca w return thanks to our many | BUNGALOW at Naw Garde lone Bone tibig $ 9,000.00 9.4.50—7n. HERODIAS BLACKETT .... Plaintiff | v Agents Barbados. aaNet WE bee sympathisers who sent us| new) constructed Bed: i eb! Glaeas : 6,896 00 VEINISHA SKEETE Defe gen’ Ss. a
and and wreaths and other ee ater, ai teal .. — oo ae aot nthe oe ‘nth renc ou
cards wi . conveniences. ae toe enaptd ‘ rder in t
Bes of smpathy in our, recent Garage, fruit | trees, “lawns. Archie COTTLE, CATFORD, & CO ath day cf Maren ieee race on the |
i ° . = i 50, five notice to}
om at SANUAL JORDAN. larke. Phone 4530; 8 to 4 Pa / 16.4,50—5n. | MISCELLANEOU all peysons having any fat Ment or | o
u Fane oi, Miriam Jordan (Dnitg- edie te ATE de Esa al HOUSE—Two Roof Boa —— — interest in or any lien or incun. . | 0 n rs 0.
. und, Ashton, Ruphus; | ~ « = wo Roof B-ard and Shingled| WAGON WHEELS—with axle, with or affecting all that certain piece parce) | ™
Bp sesso, RAmund, Ay 4.50—An. | eet er “Coptighton Beach. | House 14 x 8, 16 x 81%, Shed 16 x 6%,| without tyres, Apply Mansser, “Black | of iene al that certai thr ipa et
4. : w : ) . . 3 rt ¢ 1 is ot | = + ~ %
n (Sons). bet Sg Batt pipe — ae mee 2 sented inside and out-| man’s Plantation, St. Joseph. The Whim Plantation) situate in the | - 9 Dy <
RIAM spection on premises at any time or| further particulars Ape yt: For 12.4.60—Gn. | panish of Saint Peter and Island afore-| Cf gas } Inc.
IN MEMO! Phone Owner at 3188 18.4.50—3n | Drepaul on | APBAY to. Behan b————————- eens said containing by admeasurement two | a y y
aan . ae premises, 15.4.50—2n.| OLD Dea gar vee roods or thereabouts abutting and bound \ % t NEW YORK SERVICE
bigadg r belov Oe ee eee nesaneinisemnpnieinneierenes prices paid for old gold and silver jewel- | i mn lands foomerly of Jose’ ker | s
Is loving moe SAN one ROACH, uy SEE Dosen ee Perit fiiday ae: ae undersigned on/|lery and scraps. Y. De Lima & Co., Ltd., but Saitek late ob tic ~ es a } bong wees
nd 1 18th 1949+ : . " Public mt at 2 p.m. at|20 Broad Street. 15.4.50—6n. Ramsay deceased on lands now < .t ss RY . * aly 7 -
» fell asleep on Apri b % Bedrooms. Apply Mrs. Lynch, White iblic competition:— ? oe Or sn r late SS “BYFJORD ‘ ous wha 7th April 17th April
us is ne of the Estate of Charles rich decease “ "~
“A precious ite iar ail i Go Hall Flat No. 1. Telephone a eee iden ae WEST INDIA BISCUIT WANTED TO RENT on lands of the Estate 6 are 1 | Reet Pt Seh AO he a =e > oe
voice we memory lingers, -4.50—5n. 9 . LIMITED. HOUSE—Near Sea for six months or | Harris deceased and on the pub ( | TEW i 7
Paderty kind and true "SURANGH eS: FIRE IN- more. Phone 3507 after 6 o'clock, Mrs. | or however else the same 1 i ’ “4 {¥ Vow | “e ORLEANS a
4 A t a day that passeth 1 43 i ; White. 16.4,50—2n. | bound to bring before me an \ ~. od | ? nde
fea tne 3 PUBLIC SALES (“235.8 ysrm0n now pond 2, Dring_ bate | =p a Ea No, ides
‘’ remember you. r said claims with the witnesses oo MRSA zie SS “J R" 29
That sion Roach (wife), Marian Roach | — $00 shaese in ths EARDADON temp. documents and vouchers, to be examiny | mean thet fam afee Vicieot Peete | MALOOA RUNNER” ah Apri asd April
i; Gartes Samyel Roaph,, (0%. AD a PING & TRADING CO. LTD. PERSONAL tween the ‘Nours erty montieny De | Trench Mouth, or some bad disease that | “ALCOA RANGER" 19.h April ath May
fe CTION shares in the B'DOS ICE Co., LTD, ‘lor - ~ - (00) , | wil eventually cause you to lose all you NS SS
cee dear aloved CARRINGTON & SEALY. PS a am ees a the Office tect a eng aye 0 Thi alee Seerh Delors | al CANADIAN SERVICE
‘ KR O e Assistan } your re, Since he gre | sou ™
aevne PROACH, who was taken |, Ser na ee a ne, aw: Brows 14,4,50—6n, Appeal at the Court House Bridget: these mouth diseases have spread through- | SOUTHBOUND Sails Arrives
> pefore the 3lst day of May 1950 | out the world so that now scientists say | y fe Me
on April 18th 194. of Chelsea Road on Tuesday the 18th of | ———————————— ——————————————_ | re ic ¢ yw = at such c ; mz } tt our out of every five ° Name of ahip Malta Barbades
‘The midnight stars are shining April at two o'clock a wawis built WE will set up for sale at public giving ent eM ae tone ‘ar ater gh ag pores hs leraesceneaee x inter. Be varnoeiin Cine | SS “ALCOA PENNANT" treeee March 22nd April Ist
‘Down on a lonely grave 18 x 10 house. And on Thursday the| G™Mpetition at our Office No: 17, High| MAYERS (nee Grecia) ns I do not hold respectively: otherwise such nenen eo! | and stop these diseases before it js too late, | SS “ALCOA POINTER” ' April 7th April 17th
‘of one we love so dearly 20th at two o’clock-on the spot at Bay| Street, Bridgetown, on Friday the 28th | myself responsible for her or anyone else | be. prec! ied oe be such persons will! pecause they often cause not only the loss Sailing every two weeks
yet we.could not save Street obliquely opposite ihe Aquatic| “@Y of April 1950 at 2 pm. contracting any debt ps Tange 2 ie ae Sata Tremnaaan psi Ace benefit of the| of teeth, but also chronic rheumatism and | NORTHBOUND
Some may see us smiling Club Gap a chattel building called Mer-| 4 Dwelling house (formerly the | name unless by a written order signed |on or vgainst the s cat tiaania ty ny heart trouble . 3.S. “ALCOA PILGRIM" Sailing early April for St. Lawrene
See Yr font tear is shed CO ae orate of sallery, drawing and teniwar'e House of Goodland Planta- | by me A Claimants are. also notified chat. they | New Discovery River ports,
many & ‘ ning rooms, two bedrooms, kitchen,} #0 n the Parish vf Saint Michael, BRA s' -- Manet on Wadnen. | anqusmenmestene
im others axe ater? 184.50 toilet. and palings. Both houses to be| With the land on which it stands. con. ” - Cattie Wash ae hansen aed “May, “95 Nera 10 | Saves Teeth {
The Grant family. aee* | removed and must be sold. taining by admeasurement 1 Acre, 3 St. Joseph |o'clock a.m. when their sald cla Fee ee Reee tenets nn Sotecee® Apply: DACOSTA & CO., LTD.—Canadian Service.
Terms Cash Roods, 4% Perches or thereabouts + Josep’ clock vhen their said cla v | scientist, fights these troubles in a new and ROBERT THOM LTD.—New York and Gulf Service.
* ae . D'ARCY A. SCOTT Inspection any day between 10 m 16.4.50—2n. | be ranked juick way, It penetrates right to the root s ababia
as : and 12 o'clock noor eee . Give nder my hand this 13th « of the trouble, stops g from bleedi ; “t Rein aenatee
Auctioneer. a8 12 o’clock noon, March 1980. Re TOG tne wae m he vee fret ae, vale K Raoeahenekne moeae | GOPISSS POOSSSSSSSO SSS SESS OPPS FPP SF SP FEES
FOR SALE 15.4.50—4n, tine of thin a oe und ed I. V. GILKES ese out of your mouth, and soon tightens &
Ce en is Sale, apply to the undersigned:- Ag. Clerk o ie ae Cc he teeth, The following letter from Mr. W, 7
D'Arcy A. Scott of Magazine Lane COTTLE, CATFORD, & CO IT PAY 10 A Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Sous tet W. B. shows th ° re sults that Rrpeeee, ines | % FAMOUS TRENT CARTRIDGES
offers the following properties at St 16.4.50—10n 17.3.'50. Sty ne a ReteC eam: SE Mnan tnt Oe ‘ -
f 7.3.5 rnea for ten years, My gums we 1 §, 7 ‘ -
QWOTIVE Samy are vena feoae st 18 | emit hal waone"tcake |S & WINCHIESTER R2EATING SHOT GUNS
ae? - \ evoral other teeth were ‘,
eae der 9.000 * wote? wat St. Seenes ob TH exes consist OFFIC! ‘q OFFICIA S the the. I tried many thit s AT
Van mileage under 9,000, o i » Jan ¥ sists A NOTICE i ALE ‘ of this new discovery Am ~1¢
ition, for viewing. | of around 30 acres of land and a two : | after using Amosan my gums | y§ ,
Mit god conden, for seine | of around 0 acres of fond ana“a" | panpaDos 'AL NC se iouaadequstiamanan wy etn |S JQHNSON'’S STATIONERY & HARDWARE
EP ecail's tee rooms, Hard-| view of the sea. IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY BARBADOS outh peared in three days and in | %
Alley, 8 a.m. to 12 noon daily, At Christ Church one (1) property con- IN PURSUANCE ee i IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF APPEAL | (wo we found that my loose teeth Were | '$6.46%6y69969909SS 99699999 9SS99995 59 9S9U SOS SHN5SS"
ae § 18,4,50—Gn. | sisting of.9 arable acres of land and a} persons havina eS the Spcerety Act, 1906, I do hereby give notice to all (Equitable Jurisdiction) } much tighter and that I could eat the hard: | —————————————————— Tn ee
on two storey Wall house, $ ‘laiming any estate, ,



right or interest or any lien or incumbrance | EWAN DENNIS BLACKETT of tt eat


























One Vauxhall 14-6, good work-| By instruction received from Mrs. | PROPERTY: ALL THAT certain messuage or dwelliig house called or known ‘as | formerly part of the lands of The Whim e



= in or affecting the property hereinafter mentioned (the property of the Defend ) 5 s r G i d N
R ‘CYCLE-One B.S.A. Motor At’St, Joseph one (1) property consist- : afore ra as ; Sa tte property o e Defendants t ed States of America, acting uarantee
34 MS (M-610). In good con- ie of ped oe ane mi . one ae vena Ae aepihadt het ioe Guan) Tusedey oF Fridne et ee NES ODI Py BL AG TT OAL | Ae gunranvesdte ate > Your ‘core trem | ATTE TION PLEASE f
-house, with govt. water “tri Eide r “Be > any psday f y EE AS ACKETT Plaintit | it ‘aranteed to stop your gums from brrgaitt
Apply to R. Cox, ae Gap MUN tos aly Rate a 1a noon and 3 o'clock in the afternoon at the Registration Office, Public Buildings, VENISHA SKEETE Defe ‘ !sore mouth and tighten your | Our Motorist friends are asked to note that the long looked for
A.T. Co. -4,.50—2n, 15.4.50—_-4n ridgetown before the 2nd day of June 1950 in order that such claims may be NOTICE is heveby given that by tue | tee toplete satisfaction or | shipment of .....
“aE, Wee aa ith aes J reported on and ranked according to the nature and priority thereof respectively | of an Order of the Assistant Court « | n return of empty package, a Oy
Standard 8 H.P. a eae otherwise such persons will be precluded from the benefits of any decree and be} Appeal dated the 13th day of Mareh 1950 | a chance on losing your teeth or | GERM OIL
fthout Radio. Apply: was 40s a deprived of all claims on or against the said property there will be set up far sale to the t rs from rheumatism | ,
wiations Building, Telephone |’ UNDER THE SILVER sin aeavnivee ; bidder at the Office of the Cloc} nd heart tr Get Amosan from your | has arrived and can be obtained from our Gasolene Station
4 : -AINTIFF: CYRIL BRUCE BROOKS Acolitaith Cour ADeAbE a 4 chemist today under this iron-clad guaran: | t- Trafal St.
HAMMER i ssis a _ Court of Appeal at the | tee. You risk noth- | a rafaigar St.
One Austin 10 H.P. Saloon 1946 DEFENDANTS : THELMA NORMA AGA 3 S fouse, Bridgetown, between the | fe ing as the guaran. | Remember—Don't Only Oil It—Germ It!
THA GIBBONS 12 ) ” } &e.
in really good order. Cole & Co. THE FURNITURE ETC. and E TOOK on: TORR EAST tel ak tie on] For P h Trench Mouth | -
at mn tail = 100n on Fr y the 2n ay June 198 — -
18.4,50—4n., a le WINSTON THOMAS JAMES Ai that certain gleon Reroeoel ck ee. ee Oren rene outh | CENTRAL FOUNDRY iLTD.

. H,.P. Harris & Co., Lower | John Rrayton (formerly Mrs. Embericos “ARGYLE” together with the land wheron the:same stands ‘and thereto | b/ntation) situate in the parish of Sa sss











































































































































































Street. Phone 4045. we will sell by auction on the 2nd, 3rd belonging situate at Wellingt St in tae Peter and~Island -aforesald containing , J “eC . SS .
18.4.50—3n, | and 4th May the furniture and household Island of Barbados oontalsig Bh nana, dh * eee ae by admearurement two roods or there- CLUB SEC RETARYSHIP
) urement 1789 square feet j
effects of Canefield House, St. Thomas. be the same more or less Butting and bound.ng on the West on lands ropa ee an DORIS on: Sanus VACANT: | CANVAS SHOES FOR MEN
One Ford V-8, 1939 model. Just Further particulars will follow. of the said Winston Thomas James and on lands of a place called Tory s reemee, oe hus Ran oo | : r { WHITE, GREY, BROWN at $1.75 per pair
overhauled and painted. Phone} BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO., Bedford Cot’ the property of the said Thelma: Norma Agatha Gibbons | (cased me nate Of Jacob Ramsa APPLICATIONS are invited for the| in 7 rar ireces aa ae IE
E. 0. Layne Garage, Tweedside Auctioneer. on the North and East on other lands of the said place called “Bedford i a of Charles Welch decomias ~ Secretaryship of the St. Clair Club.) PUMPS—in WHITE, BROWN and BLUE
12,4.50—6n, Hera aoe is Cot int on. the South a, Vonineton sireet, torenaid) or panier lands of the Estate of Edward T. H wrris | Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, which become: | Men’s 9—12—$1.10—:—Boys & Girlss 10—2—85c.
. s § 3 a P , othe uu NES | decer ; ‘ a ce : ; vacant on the s 04 hig 4 ‘ells, ee aaa
iNew “Mois 10-cwt. Van Just eee on the said land erected and built standing and being with the appur- on bs tae =e ‘ cat cee 1 | quarters ” Sehee vie ae seed Ladies 3-8 $1.05 Rees, Children c— 9 15¢
. Immediate delivery. FORT | REAL ESTATE tenances, belonging to the defendants, Manse Fast tt sah tha Scaeid the eels | le together with light and taitetians GUINEA-BIRD PUMPS 38—8 at $1.65 per pair
GARAGE UTD. Telephone (‘= sis ee tase de UF, sroperty will be set up for sale y| , Written applications should be apd: —
15.4.50—4n as ! Bill filed Ist March 1950 prop £ t Saitoh
; THE BERWICK" — Situate in Two} Dated 29th March, 1950. ucceeding Friday betwe t i“ “0 E ae SS | THE SHOE
One Morris 8 HP. Sedan in AT | Mile, Hill, St. Michael, standing on H. WILLIAMS hours until the same is sold for fe nT ee Cate Claire |
po? 17, square feet of land. The house Registrar-in-Ch ary, not less than £104, 3, 4 1 aval Road }
eal condition, L. Alleyne, Fort | contains drawing and dinin egistrar-in-Chancery. : "7 : Mat ‘ | 15.4.50—6n, |
eomcstttan tots nt thea Dated this 13th day of Man 0 15.4,50—6n BRITISH CO. LTD
Garage Ltd. 9.4.50.—7n. | bedrooms fetesbivh cibresioasscae ue v4. \ HILKES } ceili iaimectegis Cas. | : ” .
. pantry, kitchen and usual out _— sl adie ean I. V. GILK \ -
offices. Water and Electric light. Ser Ag. Clerk of the Assistant irt {ys —G SSS a ee rr
Slams, Tew ee ak ae ae nae et oe i : OFFICIAL NOTICE } jenn i sities Branches : i
hing : and top, on. ication on the premi- - | 1.3.56 | SW ST. Ss Ss S ;
Mable offer refused. Apply Jef-| ses to Mr. Weekes the tenant. BARBADOS ab. IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY. i Ii BOXING BOXING or one BROAD 8f. SPEIGEROTOW?
Y Kirton. Phone 2425, The above will be set up for sale at . IN PURSUANCE of the Chancery Act, 1906, I do hereby give notice to uf 15) Fi Club Garde st. J
: 16 .4,50—6n. | Public Competition at our office in Lucas perechs gaye or claiming any estate, right or interest or any lien or incumbrance IN) i dly re ent re big Age of
MOCK One Federal Gusk, with Plate }SteR™eridgetown, on, Friday the 2ist| 1p O° alfecting the property hereinafter mentioned (the property of the Defendant) COMING SOON 1) the on Saturday April 29th
A . a -“m. 2 me an account o 1eir claims with their tne ¥ ents j 1)) he | —. |
ed, Fairly Good Tyres. - ARRINGTON & SEALY vouchers to be examined by me on ang Taasday a Friday eteeton) tha hones a ii KID RAL rH Middle ;
mS ~ 3lst 1950. H. Jason Solicitors. 12 noon and 3 o'clock in the afternoon at the Registration Office, Public Buildings, Handy little 1) n.Of Barbados Market ha ns H
»» Ltd. 15.4.50—6n ; Bridgetown before the Sist day of May 1950 in order that such claims may be andy little n a. edt. ee
7 12,.4.50—8n,. | __. ad ———— | Teported on and ranked according to the nature and priority aharent res Sotively, ? FIGHTING GREAVE S Light} {
“STAUNTON”: and land thereto con- Goines aust persons will be precluded from the benefits of any decree and be Portable Ovens \\ eight contendety (Day ie gig
ICAL taining approximately 15,678 square feet, rE of all claims on or against the said property. Suds te dine Ne -uph’ othe ({ oe (
“tée Gedean cea Sas cau PLAINTIFF: CYRIL BRUCE BROOKS | of your Hotplate Boiling Rings N)Scda! jrinds ve oe
IC MIXERS—There is _ still ana ab ‘ finals, @ rounda
you to own a DORMEYER | ‘utially, erected eee oes 20 DEFENDANT; CHLOE CLAUDINE ROBINSON |] LOOk OUT for 31h pe lle qoecilestiatlgeseesieal
7 MIXER at pre-devaluation i , * : - | vy, * . 2 . (t rmous 'G °
Bisons Go UA, Seog Bi | Guha on two sides, large. drawing and| "ROPERTY: ALL THAT certain pigce or parcel of land formerly part of the ||| Your Gas Company's Adve H} intietns famnus, (Baby German For Employment with the Pan-Ore
vs . LTD, Broad St. |g ( oom ands o entnor Plantation) situate at Ventnor in the parish of | nnn (| ~Adaal en ,
7 . 16.4.50—In. tie hchaen eee re. " , Christ Church in this Island containing by admeasurement One acre | hai 1 se le $
~ - cae ean UPSTAIRS ® tedvooms, toilet R and | oe twe wae ont see perches (inclusive of two and one |) = ‘“ 6 - _ 60 Steamship Co. Inc.
7 . : Fi Quarter perches of a road which was formerly a private road but | | Y a a i
otOCK oe, Pa Oe eapeer el is now a public road) Butting and bounding towards the North on | « G oot a The miss it,
the house, aswell aa spacious back yard | lands of Clapham Plantation towards the East on lands now or late NOTICE 5 . - P ‘ Fl
MSE— (1) Thoroughbred, Filly by " 3 of James Weeks towards the West on lands formerly of W. T. and | A te a ens \ - ( anamanian ag)
could 1: with lime and fruit trees planted. F. D. B t 7 aa ; iat SAVANNAH OLUB TENNIS
bon ace in August. Her Dam YARD. Large garage and washroom arnes but now of Gordon Nicholls, J. E, Marson, and Mrs oe 5 re
Bacaquomec. Apply G. L. Hacceis (ates wales and ae ace ib D. I. Bynoe and on lands of the said W. T. and F, D, Barnes and | TOURNAMENT ; a very limited number of
» Norwood, St. James. tallied tices. Tnspention..by a= on the South on the public road or however else the same may | Owing to the indisposition of {(( z naan
18.4,50—3n. | St ughout. iP rs butt and bound belonging to the defendant. | Dr. C. G. Manning the 1 hes ({
pointment with Mrs, Waite, thq owner, A. ng h atc ))) y
a xe or esterday and to-das liversit Ses " re Rie olan
CELLANEOUS "So pabhis arition on Friday the {st renin arenes S80: H. WILLIAMS, { have had to be postponed K niversily College of the A B Seamen Wipers (Engine Room
April. 1950. at 2 p.m. at the office of the 9th March, 195 Registrar-in-C naneeey, re The Gites. fer these = K West Indies. Ordinary Seamen ‘ Helpers)
MOR STOVE PART: undersigned from whom further parti- i announced later th) Riis sian Chief Cooks
Wick, Wick-Carriers, Flame | °ulats and conditions of sale may be ob- 18.4, 50 (Xt ) nee Second Cooks
B Galleries,” Genera: . tained. ; ' \) EXTRA-MURAL DEPARTMENT Greasers Mess F 8
Baas fe Tore Co, tae 2a Oe) ee. GOVERNMENT NOTICES | ——=—— | Wo a re
. 5.4.50—t.f.n. Phone 3925 $$6050¢ a }
a a : . | FPPSSOSGS FSG SORIS, BIOSY | (\' O- ) , a , Lota’ Attia ow - ie
i isatStrs| Attention is drawn to the Control of Lumber Prices (Defence) | ¢'i Ti) socaihft tdi Pessea, brie", albeherta. padi: ot; fon
as van Pipe. 26. to $1.0° SINFS* A p . - 105 cP i Sa ‘ > inl | ¥ % | ))) | . Rane : { ae
foot, A. BARNES & CO LED r= . BOUEe i aes (Amendment) Order 1950 Ww hich will be published in the Official 1% DANCE |\K A LECTURE above categories will be considered.
25.3.50—t.f.n ln enue feet. No. 69 Roebuck | Gazette of Monday, 17th April, 1950. 1% in ding ° Apply from 4,00 p.m. at our Warehouse, Cavans Lane on
i Street. 2. Under this order the maximum retail selling prices of | % SS | {Ht Wednesday, Thursday and Friday the 19th, 20th and 2st. April.
S FRIGEMINTS — A tasty| A substantially erected stonewal i BI % ST. WINIFRED'S SCHO@ | 4K ON ications
D Agency pt i drug” stores. | bullding in’ good ‘condition comprises:— | “SHINGLES—RED CEDAR NO. 1 AND 2 GRADES" are as follows: — | & an WM se hee account must applications be made to our Broad
°. SPRPUTUII, EOL, GU ONS ; 1% “DING FUND ¢ \ ms ; : i ; | re ce.
c i} ‘THE SPANISH EMPIRE
16.4.50—6n. | store rooms, entrance to, garage. Front 6 AT x ( ul 4
age: 42'-10". Washing tanks, and many iL 1% ; % 1S) IN LATIN AMERICA
Sid soe 'S—Finest English Crock-| other facilities, concreted throughout. COLUMN ONE COLUMN TWO 1% Welbeck Pine Hi iM en
me “Veral_ designs. Also TEA,| UPSTAIRS. 4 bedrooms, large draw- ; ; ; i% Sn
os AST SETS and dng ad bing ‘reoks tellet and beth Ordinary Retail Price x Z ON |i
& CO. tip. "hots sneree room. Front verandah, ARTICLE (not more than) % SATURDAY nd APRIL, 1090 8=Y| BY
he , iipiainiinarte lal lie bie dicing: ibhcinstiie tormteninammaimnsinliseliaiaiick. 8 Admission . |
16.4.50—3n. Electric light, power and water are} op; ah 3 . Econ ; \ iat
* ingles: % One Dollar S :per Included s PROFESSOR J. H PA
7 installed throughout. Inspection by y a ie ; 4 ESs§ (zh RRY
Pri. DRESSES—For Weddings or| appointment. Phone 2297. . Red Cedar $25.45 per 5 bundles g Music by Percy Green's Orchestra ¥ | M.B.E., Ph.D., M.A
at , HATS and HAND-| The above will be set up to public eae |Q Dancing from 8,30 p.m. to 2 a.m | mere re Ce
SHOwonable Prices. MODERN | competition at the office of the under- No. 1 Grade : is containing 1,000 % >|
PPB. Broad * 2 signed on any einer ceelontens rer Red Cedar $21.15 per 5 bundles SSOSSOSSSSOCCO OOOO | AT
.4.50—3n. | al P.m. ie OO
C RIES onditions of sale apply to No, 2 Grade , .. .% containing 1,000 } ee
. YRIES—For the latest i HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD }
rf FLOWERS FEATHERS, Solicitegs ; 0 . | The British Council
piace: 7 a eo en ee a :
TEHO} and ames : 16.4.50—2n. . ° | Wakefield
S shop at the MODEPN 18.4. 50—6n . | | akefie
BROAD St. aa
16.4. 50—3n . got ' | ie
MST UNDaRT aan will set up for sale at public com- | Attention is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence) (Amend- | ON
bere, nice things, shop MODES Hee Bridgetown, on Priday the 28h day of] ment) Order, 1950, No. 15 which will be published in the Official ||} Stocks — Bonds — Shares ||| )
B PaNTine’ SUIPS, BRASSIERE | “Dil 1800 st 2.90 Dm. suage or| Gazette of Monday, 17th April, 1950. i Beth Bossi snd Boreien:'l} Tuesday, April 18th
s _ fe " ; . al ¢ | )
u Dress °3, osee BAAS fa: dwelling house known as The Brick 2... Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling | At 8.15 p.m,
7) 16.4.50—3n, ie wa Se ere Denes: prices of “Bags—used (excluding imported second-hand bags)” and | Bought and Sold |
ICA oro Se ies 7 in”? o*
Ss square or thereabouts situate, at) ‘“Bread—plain” are as follows: — baat j sniiglitidhen :
tnd reinsene _ Suiteases — with| Sore BE, 33
2.16 Priced ; vs, | — inerrant ere elt
Dim G. w. SON | oer ane, Ge emeeDt, Sundays WHOLESALE ||| 155 Roebuck St., Bridgetown leet
16.4,50—3n. | “ror further ees. and Condi- ARTICLE PRICE RETAIL Price ||} Dial 3188. -:- Hours : 9 3 i} eas aseat ae CORPO TION IL
undersigned: . 3 8s: 9 )
Hone of Sale, stam MOATFORD. & OO (not more than) | (not more than | ny °
UQUOR LICENSE NOTI Z 184.80 Saas
CE a ot) ee De niet tee ee ee a Rhy ee een er eee eee iis
®DPlication of “SUNSET VIEW"—Rockley. (Adjoin- : | , en
in Cynthia ewtne aa Newton, | ing BLUE WATERS), on the land sid: Bags—used (excluding imported | Real Estate Agents—Auctioneers—Surveyors
Hel License No. 1000 ce WEST | of the road facing the Bay with 13,40 cusniidlena nage’ a
na, Autusta Grimth in reset | SQUare feet of land including the lan 8 | a
Be Bot Of a 2-storey wall ban across the road running to the water's (a) Sugar—unwashed .. A —_ | 22¢, each | |
te uc Street, City, for per | (98¢, The house contains verandeh, washed and darned — | 0c. each |
aoe said Liquar Li) ae drawing and dining Tooms, three bas. . ~ . + = .@ _
8, Roebuck. s “cae 8° | rooms with running water. and all othey b) Rice—unwashe = bs — ic. eac! . ; ‘ |
Des.cBR day of Apri Soap, | ofces inaluding Kiteben with cupboards | (P) eee, ee | a oe (JOHN M. BLADON, A.F.S., F.V.A.)
i Ss F ater, ec + Ges an oe = . *s .
Magistrate, Dist. "+a; Speet, Gemge, and Rervente, rooms) = (0) Oilinaal ‘5 ri ‘ = 8c. each aT Connections in
CYNTHIA NEWTON, yard. = 9365. M i t ble
nan ee, | te Le ae a tone e U.K.—CANADA—U.8.A,—VENEZUELA
ata Licensing Gent te pt The above will be set up to public} Bread—Plain .. ; ozs. for aut District pe he | competition at the office of the ur der | Before buying examine our extensive lists of high class
, th da > ‘wn | Signed on Friday, the 2ist of April, 195 = - . Property an 4 locate all a as
p Sock, a.m 7 a | at 2 p.m. | Notice: ——Bread—plain. The weight has been reduced from 2% ozs. perty and Land located in all areas
Police ae MORRIS ! CARRINGTON & SEALY | to 2 ozs. for 2 cents owing to an increase in the price of flour. Phone 4640 - Plantations Building }
™ a ea Lucas Street. | 16.4.50—2n.
| 31.3.50—18n. i ! | ae So =
NEW ' } |
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gopee . sO) at i. Pee \ ST. KITTS, April 17 cans with drinking water amd pecame used to the new circum- 14 seen: ne ae the time
cP “ce <7 as 3 LI The Leeward Islands Inter- other things.” They hardly had tances and then remembered food fish Clthe, ‘
J 5 o ¥ n School Tournament was continued space in their berths to lie down. and sleep. It was difficult and un- The only attendants
at Warner Park today with Crick- The Polaris drew much deeper pleasant for them to prone wing following them were
| et, Montserrat versus St Kitts than the normal waterline and food because i. Vg vend cos birds. They were seen
ae ee ers a rey a Pst ee ee page ge A ae “daily What . they eonne oe Polate a by
Stare aALLiT é i é - zy darowne yy e g We Ss. > - r * a ae. 1 Spacious
anan did some breezy batting They saw themselves surcharged mostly lived on was ae - tae ae quite lil ot ‘
making 50 without a chance put could do no better. Canarian National bate pl ae morning, Karulis’ compa nin j
— mine ro ia a c It was early morning, Maren of eee © wnt be “ waking _ joyfully, shouted, g
St. Kitts had 77 at the fail of 14, The secretary of the yacht easily . ; . day we sha’l hav
the third wicket and 149 for 6 at Club arrived to say farewell to This food can be boiled or used 2+ "last a fish has jue
| lunch time St. Kitts were all out them. They weighed anchor and with cold water. .. net.” Karulis ran out inty
| for 172. Brownbill 15, Francis 12, 3 Slowly glided t of He said that such a long trip -oving his head Of his
and Nelson 12 not out. Montser the Polaris Slowly glided ou vas rather tiresome because they poking his head through
and Nelson 32 not.out, ! S€T- the harbour after two and a half Was ratne : pars ”. door to find a flying fj :
pen ttegsnesdaaltnacslcans ___._——. | rat’s star bowler was Roberts wh spare time at all. Their ; B Sh about
/ ee ywier Was Roberts WhO yo onths’ lying, to fight with winds had no spare \ aie i inches long.
rain a months ng, to fig 7 5
took 5 wickets for 40 runs r at had no automatic steering :
‘ r kaart Aout teantnas started and rain again. boat oe ne of them had to sit ,, Although it was only thes
ee ar Rn Al 06 lat 3 60 um - Eearipke P af coffe fr They had planned to call et gage me at the tiller. ‘They tieth day of the voyage
9 : 9 9 | opened the innings ‘5 enerS Cape Verde, but as they had lost pn a quring the day every four 198 Las Palmas, Karutis
: TITLE. ( BF M | “Two wickets fell for 66 runs so much time, they set the course eee we in the night every two feeling that he was y
} = * 4 L At 6.00 p.m. the position was 95 direct for Barbados, thus shorten- OUTS, “1 had hardly fallen asleep sea. He had lost the
‘ | ae mons aw we g >» vovage by abo 300 hours - 7 : ave , time. From beginnin
- | -uns with no further loss. Roberts ing the voyage by about before I had to get up again. of cate sanendcaial Ht o
{ LONDON. | 27, Bramble 33 not out, Clarke 18 Miles. ; course, the sense of duty took up- ty Y WIth a greats
i Sas heat : E ‘ ‘ . . ‘ not out. The day of starting was warm ‘hand and the weariness van- terest but then everyth
NEARLY 7,000 football fans rushed to Kensington Oval OW, into the station at Waterloo came the West Indian | and sunny and with a light stern Sed” Karulis said itself, everything had become
yesterday afternoon to see Spartan defeat Empire 2—I1 in cricketers when they were doo, They stood around | wind, they slowly went away from "0" a began to take effey
a football game which was packed with thrills from begin- the platform in batches, smiling like they didn’t care if s ine sc Tle the high. clifts oe = rae ated ironed — a went: oo oe them. Their nervus .
hev , > + matct startn ates Use The night spreading its black perienced a very UNp easar ! were
ning to end iti’ ian ae? a they never won any matches. = z sine dies eth i them, they lost the ee One morning, sitting at the overstrained by too
\ sinnsaeile Err gerne: Opened ast. anc There were 12 of them arrived . Nc! gad he ge oat rh hen they etpelge se lis noticed that the log and too little sleep,
aie nema oo "ma 1 ee ee ee at ane In Jamaica ee ear a the speckatts eae ae patina in the line and he _In the afternoon of Aprily
core unul 15 minutes after play reason was not far to look—th« gan f ‘ y eaca.| yur emseives in eS - wa lines cf Barb:
é ‘ as art th Bi $, a ‘ , : se. t ae aa aay - rotator was bitten off, outlines cf Barbados eme
Harbour Log ha begun ven "a was cargo of Barbados rum was took. The fir mne-d fixture will pe Barbados ae ne) ee. : ed ye ner ae This was a of the light andy haus ig
making his debut for Empire The Customs boys didn't think @8@mst the Club Cricket Confer- Bess SLINGS N. Next day towards evening, OCR Oe sean hace next morning, they oO
Club in. first division football they were dipso., but ead stiil @m Kingston on April 28, and}. Starting boxes were used for the wind increased in velocity and great blow for = tee chor in the Fern i
IN CARLISLE BAY ouled Johron in the Empire didn’ >) 96 ithe aetustn hein tht t int nonente are| first time in Jamaican horse with it the waves too, washing log is a very important né avi cross .
‘ i t a n't feel 96 bottles would heip , ai Fatma ie 4 . ‘str t. especially for a long having crossed the Atlantig
are? . eS soal area thus giving Spartan 4 their Calpyso é nM t racing on Easter Monday, The in- over the board—because the boat instrumen™ especie’ rate days :
ans’ Henrie W ‘ererdsan,.: 8 penalty kick es They Te tate looked hee It i vi it this happy} Toduction was made at the six- was drawing much deeper than distance. Then they had to operate ys.
: Keith Walcott made no mistake ful band as they wer we ison voing to be very popu.| {Uutlong gate of the Knutsford Park usual and was not lifted by the | -—~—-—eeee =
Francis |W. S Sch. Psmit opened the scoring for in with a very big hand, They ar, and there icon eanvietion| track, out racing promoters intend waves. They then had plenty of
Y ae : MeN ess Se eee ) Se cee know. the | to extend their use throughout the work bailing out the water and PASSE PARTOUT ALL COLOURS
z : : : : fan by kicking the ball out were welcomed in by Sit Pelha | track sspecially during » nigt "1" S REINFORCEMENT R
01 I M h. Mary E. Of the reach of Smith into the right Warner and he Levesan-Cower, » lich they play that,| acs: especially during the night. METAL PICTURE RINGS i 1E INGS
Jalpha, Ya Beeric h. Molley hand corner of the goal looking a little less sterner. They K weather at all New World and PICTURE ART CORNERS 3
‘ +a : ; . ee Empire after this goal began to were welcomed by McDonald mye » than beat ' , a Dial
\RKIVALS pile on the pressure and shortly Bailey, who greeted all his old ao — we India B B ( Programmes After three days fighting with | ROBERTS & co. 3301, ‘
La Capt: | _## tons. after the first goal was scored, school chums gaily Tr were Colo! ww : ve en ret ones | onre Ne ‘ the big waves, they reached the| ee '
: Referce Sayers awarded a penalty Welcomed by and voice, ign eT TUESDAY April 18, 1950 trade winds zone where the wind| Ft
yne r kick to Empire but winger Mc- 4nd a clarinet the y pane : ia we a a.m. The News, 7,10 News was very moderate of force— t
‘ 6 That it re ti é ¢ erio | 4 s 7.15 1 < . aU, , s flat.!
7 } Collin just kicked the ball outside. | That is abou riot | ene 1.15 a.m Sa ary of four to five m.p.h.—and waves flat.,
: , r 4 Car This however did not daunt the like to go in tl snl preaghacng A 7 galt. : S: Sie Aas maltese aa ger “Now a quiet new world uncov- | N © a 2 4
Wa Agent hen 4 a te , But it-1 a neat e to gre f eve -Gower gramme Parade, & it BEC ered itself before us-—-day by day,
; Empire boys and they ill cor I : - . é | /
Foste tinued to test goal-keeper Harri them with their own kind of . : . | ba VM t eo £ 2 aie ius eae “2 10 oar oer night by night, clear blue sky or a)
| , Car : 1 At half-time the cor vas ul that they all love just abo oi se “ey : “INS | Analysis, 12 p.m. The Piano for sky dotted with light clouds and| *
' i changed : much as they love cricket art cluded M.C\ cretary | pleasure. 12.30 p.m, Listeaers’ Choice, the wind always astern. It was :
; 3.8 t ‘ Ca Rov , ang They don’t bother about ar Colonel R Kerr assist 1 a, On the Job, 1 1. p.m. Fadie something strange for us, who have} é
da Ce After half-time “mpire igain Spec lal food vhatever ol nt ee . vith his , . rig The : iia ee aie 3 mone all the time fought with head- | t
ide the attack trying to equalise is all right for u i Jol News from Britain, 2.15 pm. Sports Winds. The worst is behind us he ‘
DEFARTURES t everytime Gibbons and 5 W Goddard, their pt evie 2.30 p.m. Radio Theatre, 4 said.
ime Gibbons and Bowen i Le) , d OR: ” ym, The News, m » Daily ‘ a Ba ON :
i os: iii eek cleared fearlessly to the delight Manager J. M, Kidne Baby” Roy Sate gr aOR Tee For the first days they were so} §
: Pe edd ee oe Bit thay Were’ @ _, | Tune, 5 p.m, Programme Parade, 5,30 ore ge the rua ene f
ri . : ; vy t nimag tive n. Generally Speaking 9.45 “m. at they di t feel hungry or W
f T t oal came when Symmonds >Y the unimaginatt aptain ( rd ai Cod at tha Main & pose. Sasciitas sleepy, but meaee sittin ; rs the | CRINOLINE & STRA
ced a hard low pa: Harper impounding of thelr rur whic ‘ tro ;}7 pm. The News, 7.10 p.m. News PY, 6 | «5 : ;
the left wing who in tur! es Pare reg ; t \ Indies. | 5m Letter enone ee. L Raaio} Re | in white and assorted COIDUPS:.< senewninnio :
, tred faultlessly Dravtot uM weather A , 2 Newsreel, 8.15 p.m, On the Job, 8.30
arate ‘nin te ; ing food It w en the Ge +. OR 1 Bruce Boyce, 9 pim. Meet the; y t
, 10 kickes 1 e ne gIVINE ao far till . ; iN monwealth, 9.30 p.m. John Bull's} z | T
Harri » chance to have Harri ate arr ae ae r Pand, 10 p.m, The News, i010 p.m. | }
a es ke ready ple. are e bigge ore . vete Home News from Britain, 10.15 r. | Q
(bu ready: Bia ore the ae aan : Home News, trom eritin. 0-18, bm SCHOOL PANAMA HATS
le goa Ss 7. j 0.45 p.m. Report from Britain, rf i a) °
au thi adpetien?, Saceill Sugar... Fruit ording ter | Bicinay,| nem he ews IN YOUR Prices $1.30, $1.59 and $1.75
the ing t They've ot mn Walcott, Weekes, Worrell, Stoll-| |
e was given Some grape fruit, but ap 1 meyer, and Trestrail, All of| DIN \ | ( (
. Then when that nothing pecla ine these ive cored freely again t| Mhen our BACK | \ |
‘ ¢ ‘ like | ie ve a day or two look vo { ia anc ¢ MCC. intl y'
psf gare looked ie nice, London, 4 sa ; it ; and ther ov é {T lat nnovatior rom the p \ ij 0 . I
ou pach Bynot red the second Rastbourne fonks eaten age ‘, F on ACHES... The Money-Saving Way eat oe ee = ices J
Fj for Sparta kicking direct tenis cane Sine Tupper, | Backache is usually caused by lazy kidneys. :
Wty to the b after Ke Wal In their rogramme Austra béernd) : The kidneys are the blood’s filters. When SELECT NOW from this wide \
vho was brought fron Sock Ps ceed | they get out of order, excess acids and : on
cott—who was brought from centre ciiliinatatintlinnsion see a Jett ono" poisonous wastes stay in the system. ee Paci ag cs a FANCY PURL CAPALINES |
forward position to right wing it os ese ; , em DLCO | Then backache, headache, rheumatism, hogany and Cedar, Birch and Deal : : A f
sical ache wae ek the early part of the second hall Jamai ‘a Sperts ro ec Spec" disturbed rest or that ‘tired out’ feeling Wide brimmed in white and — tuscan ;
pee ale BA! . canicgadie eveekt:.” lve ecark soon follow. To make your kidneys werk Dining and Luncheon ables h ;
' Farfan, Leonard id, ‘Isabel was now Spartan two, Empire one. "Pp Dae, ay Saeed ol !\ | properly—and to keep them in good order — round or oblong, tip or fixed eac : dsisintieed me nnneneneewesnshan sam ee
: ; oO ‘ld Had . o : Empire tried again to equalise I eam | ol I ! inidad regard to the , has had | use Dedd’s Kidney Pills. Dodd’s Kidney T 3 . t
} 5 Nifred 1 ind a chance came when Harper Barbados Advocate Corresponde oe 3 ) ym hime | Pills quickly rid your over-burdened blood ops, Sideboards, China Cabinets, la aN tie ae al 4
} CORE, NEDD BAI. ey Tee passed to Drayton but Warris was KINGSTON oa idit =F of — acids and wastes so that pure, Tea Trolleys, Wall Cabinets, }
; en Sak in position to cateh the ball from Plans still in the formative stage vie | fresh blood flows to every nerve and muscle. :
I f t Pint Drayton but after ad rev , are afoot for the visit of a thirt He } : 2 horses | Then you feel better—look better work ene Be Mbpeiaered DE SERS
* few stey vith the ball Harris ™an sporting team from Jamai¢ | he way | better and you are ready to dance with Chairs All at MONEY SAV i
ar ed it: ard het wihille Trinidad, St, Luci Gre ! or hes joy. Insist on the genuine Dodd's Kidney ; J 4 0 9 :
rie dropp dit a id or a short while 1% “pean pe a mln ke tated. M ‘cquisi- | Pills im the blue package with the red ING PRICES !
. ck cahed _ int 2 — the trip will be asked to pay their * oa. ne ee oe ghertiu!
per it mit ¢ erly i v ask pay i ae |
| to retrieve the ball . it OWn travelling expens itt L.E.S. | 10, 11, 12, & 13 BROAD STREET
Gibbor gain w here t leat their host tanding the othe , bet as ters ——— { L §. WILSON
i kick tl yall int ‘feild. Pees | ; af - \ iraiated ; .
: ' - ee ' nt a . : Footballers, cricketer tennis {i FOR s ALE } Trafalgar Street. Dial 4069 :
“ co players and hockey playet ‘ 5 oe \ ————————
I ' y ‘ ere i © of whom would come from the }}) a SPSS PIES PE PV OOPS .
am Kingston Cricket Club com i} T ANKS 7 ——=- y | PRESS
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at See Whdon ana OF 1e team y B, ‘ A G d ‘i ; A new economical decoration (
! Pi Phe hs nent Marri BARBADOS FRIENDLY i mtrol, Atkinson Field offers for sale a 00 Night 5 |
Spartan:—Har sowe Giv . el el fuel storage tanks, at present located : ] ‘ C GS
sat Johuee issues, FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION | er of steel fuel storage. tanks, at present located ['$ for WALLS amd CEILIN ,
{ Ceee ‘ , Walcott Evely Chase \ rO-DAY'S FIXTURES ) REST
Gitten Berwick Wavell Spo Chut nt velded steel construction (
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Empire:—Smith. Grant. Bynoe Referee Mr. F My ipa rhickness Size Shape ! 7
Penrode vs Reeds 1 ( " = . . P I
Col Sy nd Drayton Referee Mr. E i 88 ewe ve | Dia. Lgth Is So Important
Wilsc \ e, W Bt.. Masthevs v8. sre \) te | : 3 .
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} fA Sega TOES — }) f 10’ 6" x 39 | Do you sink peacefully on your Covers in one coat
Shieairaed weNtades ore Git pillow and float away on clouds | rere 7 n
: : yp 77 Dia. Depth of restful sleep? Supplied in Powder form in many attraclive Cow
we V eather | Or do you lie down with
PO-DAY 60’ x 12’ Round | staring eyes... to have the | WHITE, CREAM, BLUE, SUNSHINE, GREEN, BUFF.
| 1 . rm ° . vhere is” and “as is” worries of the day come back | std , : r
* Aust ralian | ennis Sun Rises; 5.49 a.m ) \ ! hould be submitted to Chief Executive and faunt you? Many men and % Made ready for use by mixing 2} pints water with §
ee Sun Sets: 6.10 p.m " on ntrol, Atkinson Field, British Guiana are whose nerves are frayed 2 I
2 6. Xi | by anxiety ‘ ‘
Dow § 1 i st 1 ngs Moon (First Quarter) April i = eundition— Sad thin Poy ong green:
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; 25 | And that’s the time when D ; 5
‘ oes nS os Ps Lighting: 6.50 p.m ities . | Chase’s Nerve Food.can do - ; Slb, packages at 90c. per package
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, Men I rat Sedgma Yotal for month to yester normal needed rest. : j x Phone 4456 Hardware}
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t Ge Brow Ken MceGi lemperature (Max). 83.5) I sf have proved in over rye
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