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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Sunday advocate
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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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U.K. WILL SAY “NO”

MOSCOW, April 21.
USSIA has demanded the withdrawal of Western
troops from Trieste.
| 4 new Soviet note alleges that Britain and America are
© creating a military base im th's Adriatic port and deciaces
- the situation to be “intolerable”.












| The Soviet demand, made !ast night, is ihe latest move!
He in the East-West wrangle ove: Trieste, whose sovereigniy |
4 is in dispute between ltaly and Yugoslavia.
i 3 : ~oviet Deputy Foreign Minister, |
a snare: Gror randed n
H HEN STOPS EXPRESS | French, a ish and A oaal
Ei ae be ys in Moscow e accusing}
ra. BORDEAUX, April 2- : | Vestern Powers of breaking
3 A hen pees: Ve 2 a , | }t obligations under the Peace|
tran from Faris to Beeonet es lreaty with Italy
| on the Spanish frontier, 1as. The note, hich gave the}
' .. was scratching | pe- | Russian version of the acrimonious |
ad Sic) alis- when the on aie which has gone on since
DR aiadens' Hap: the end of the war, also demands |
engine . wee {the immediate appointment of a}
en carcass = was Swept {Governor a subject on which

against the trip-lever me-
chanism under the locomo-
ive for putting on the
brakes automatically a
stop signal is passed.

The lever was pushed back

the Security Council has failed to
agree time and time again.

The recalled that the
Italian Peace Treaty provided fo1
establishing temporary

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putting on the brakes. The for the Territory of Triest:
hen did not live to tell the demanded the setting up im-
tale—Reuter. meciately of a provisional Gov-

;ernment.

The Russians made no referer



r L to the part of the territory -
jcupied by Tito’s Yuvoslavia.
Hen Lays A jevics 2 ni0. Yicsstavi
ne text of the note was re-

seated three times by the “Tass”

Double Ege”

» A FOWL belonging to a resident |



reserved for stztements consider-
ed of the utmost importance.

Archer's Lane, Speightstown, | 1e Russians asserted that the
da “double egg” during the | U ed States, Britain and France



had, for
in every way
a Governor
Trieste,”

ek, three
This was only found out when
e owner of the fowl decided to|

ve an egg with his breakfast.

hampered
appointment of
the territory of
Russia proposed

vears,
the
of
though



| The egg was taken up from | several well-known iemocratic
mong some others. It looked as|figures for the post.
ny other and was of normal size
he egg was boiled and the shell VIOLATION
off. This shell covered
hite of the egg but no yolk, The fhe note accused the Western
White was removed to find that|POwers of attempting an “opeu
nother egg was inside. | violauion”’ of the treaty by en-
The second shell was then taken !4@avouring to bring _ outside
and again only the white was Pressure to bear on the 1948 elec-
fesent. The inner egg was not in ons in Italy. (A joint declara-
centre of the entire egg and tion by the Three Powers on

yas

about half the size.

Both eggs were firm and full.
he resident no longer wanted to
it but carried it through the

ist tt showing it around.

March 20, 1948, proposed’that the
free territory be returned to Italy).
j ‘Arbitrary” police methods now
reigned in the territory and “those
}who support the establishment ot
|democratic methods are subjected





i n ‘to cruel repressions while war
aed Asks Separate }criminals are at libert it said
i 7 | American _and British troops
r Smokers From | were maintained uncontrolled in
a. Trieste. Army manoeuvres were
-& " carried out,
4 Non-Smokers Viore United States and British
; LONDON, April 21 warships were using Trieste as
Non-smokers outnumbered: their permanent base
mokers in a recent House ¢| Military 1erodromes, barracks
bomMons débate on accommonra-: 22d rategic roads were being
on in the railway dining cars, | built The note said Trieste hac

' Seventeen speeches in 90 minutes | been made an illegal Anglo-Naval
howed a slight majority of those {Base
who Oppose mixing food and Britain and America, with the
moke, ; ‘support of France, have establish-
Elaine Burton, Labour Member |e€d such a position in Trieste as t
Coventry South, started the| give. them ‘unconirolied mastery
noke screen, She demanded| of the territory im accordance with
ate accommodation in dining | their expansionist plans.” :
ts for 15 per cent. of passengers} Britain will uncompr omisingly
MO she said were non-smokers.|reject the Soviet Government's
Sif William Darling, Conserva-|demand for the withdrawal of
Edinburgh South, congratu-|British troops from the Triest«
fd Miss Burton on striking the|Free Territory, diplomatic quart-
for order arid decency. lers here believed today
Can, Press.



Troops to Leave Trieste

agency this morning—a procedure!

It was starea that with the dead-

Barbados





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Remove Ban |

‘On Portuguese

Royal Family

LISBON, April 21.
National Assembly !
tonight unanimously approved a
| Bill proposing abolition of laws |
which banned Portuguese Royal |
|Families from Portugal. Laws to
be abolished under the bill are}
those of 1834 and 1920. This would
end the exile of the Portuguese
| pretendey, Don Duarte Nuno of {
| Braganza, who has been living in |
Switzerland. He is the grandson of |
King Michael the First, exiled to
Austria in 1834,

Portugal—an independent state
since the 12th Century, and Brit-
ain’s oldest ally—was a monarchy
until 1910, when the Republic was
proclaimed after a revplution.

The last King was Manuel the |
Second who died in 1932. The sec- |
tion of the new bill referring to |
the Royal Family was approved |
by the Corporate Chamber (Portu- }
guese Upper House) nearly a year
ago.

Among those affected by the bill
are the Pretender’s wife Princess |
Maria Francisca of Orleans, Bra-
ganza, his three young sons anrtd
his six sisters, and the 83 year-old
}Queen Mother Amelia, who has |

been living at Chesnay, near Ver- |
sailles, since the 1910 revolution, |

—Reuter.





| Portugal’s

Soviets Repatriate
500,000 Jap

Prisoners

BARBADOS is helping the sterling
Barbados to Canada by Messrs Planta



LONDON, April 21.
Moscow radio announced to-day
that all Japanese prisoners of war
in Soviet hands have been repatri-
ated except for a group including

j\leck among the powers over the a vo : 7 ky

Sovi ., _|sopolntment ‘fk Governor fr| i487 men, held ag way criminal
~ | Wetecta - @ allied ‘ é é

Oviets Reject | Trieste the | iy : ~ a) 971 Japanese prisoners of wat

troops in Trieste is in accor “who have committed crimes

with the Italian Peace Treaty.

U.S. Claim

, LONDON, April 21. |
Soviet Russia to-day repeated |
he charge that an American B29
uperfortress machine-gunned a
oviet fighter over Russian terri

one polled a United States
mest note an attempt to avoid |
Tesponsibility”. |

Moscow Radio broadvast the}
biet reply to Washington's note |
h the loss of an American plane

the Baltic.

e new Soviet note rejected
: ashington’s claim for compensa-~
on as “groundless”,
Russia did not know whether
American plane had crashed,
it, if this was so, as the Ameri- | Organisation. The
fan note stated then the respons- | Government stated that it had lef

the Russian note when the
land also that views would be ex-
with the American
Governments, who

imilar notes —Reuter.

changed
French
ceived

CZECHS WITHDRAW
FROM HEALTH BODY

PRAGUE, April 21
It was officially announced here
to-day that Czechoslovakia hac



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bility lay with the United States | the World Health Organisation be-

It was expected that the Foreign
Office would make a statement on

full

text had been received and studied

and! day by
re-; Tas,

withdrawn from the World Health
Czechoslovak



against the Chinese people’. Since
|the capitulation of Japan, a ‘otal
lof 510,409 Japanese prisoners has
been repatriated, it was stated.
The figures were given in an
| official announcement issued to-
the Soviet News Agency



INGRID BERGMAN TO
| BE SUED BY HUSBAND

| LOS ANGELES, April 21.
Film Actress Ingrid Bergman is
»!'to be sued for divorce by hel
i} Doctor husband Peter Lindstorm
on grounds of mental cruelty, his

lawyer Issac Pacht announced
t| to-day. ;
He said the suit charged Miss



oe “sent out a plane to photo-|cause the Organisation did not pecan a. mee moll

4 Sov ary : 1A ‘ oi oes. pand “in violation oO e Ws.

: ided. viet defences,” the note! fulfill its proper purp A Santer.
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£90,000 FINE
Trial Ends After Two Yrs

CAPETOWN, April 21.
HE millionaire financiers Stephen Norbert
Erleigh and Joseph Milne, who were found
guilty of several charges of theft, fraud and con
travention of the Companies Act,- were today
sentenced to 17 years’ imprisonment and fined
£90,000 each.

They face 33 years’ further imprisonment if the
fines are not paid.

s’ This was the heaviest sentence
for this type of crime ever passed
| in Sottth ‘Africa's history.

In the greatest commercial trial

2,703 Years Old




rs” —Reuter Erleigh to prepare

for leniency.

a plea asking

ROME, April 21. the eountry has ever known
Rome, the “Eternal City.” | Erleigh and Milne, who ran a

eae ’ FP ects : | financial enterprise worth £100,-

today celebrated her | 000,000. he ac 35 .

birthday Mz rae | 00,000, had faced 65 charges.

bi da Mayor Salvatore Dy as f ;

Ravenchini who marked: the | Erleigh was found guilty on ail

I narAnec \ 1 , i

: } or part of 44 charges and Milne

day with a manifesto to tn | gu‘lty of 19

1,649,674 citizens, si . > Ww

aa She. 7 i eee » || Judge F. W. Lucas, who, coun-

i Pn ari ur city W | selled by-two assessors, delivered
as not pul on a sterile the verdicts, refused an applica-

pride but must draw on the | tion by Erleigh’s counsel for a

slorious story of our ances- | week's postponement to enable

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pool. Yesterday 3,000 tons of siigar bought by the British Government were shipped direct fron Erleigh, heavily built 46-year-
tions Ltd. by the S.S. Sun Mont The Sun Mont arrived here on Wednesday leaves t ] ie ld London-born Cambridge grad-
| ‘& . ants } uate, leaned forward in the dock.
i ; ry j | shaking his head impatiently
‘ORIES CHALLENGE | | FruitCanning| ‘ise? © om
Z | ‘ < ‘ | ile Judge W. Lucas passed

TORIES CH. NGL ruman FruitCanning | ‘ee:
re af iT O : “ 8B Beautiful Mrs. Erleigh sat
t ~ 2 / listening in a court packed with
CRIPPS BU p imiustic In WL. society women and businessmen
4 nany of them associates of the

LONDON April 21 A} { W 7° From O )wn Correspondent) accused

‘1.071 , ase aida). ‘ - 0U al LONDON, April 21 Both men were given leave to
Challenge upon challenge confronts Britain’s Labour Gov aol hie a ,

g cn § Z ; : : Mr. senneth Robifison, Socialist | appeal to the Appellant Division
ernment as political opponents of Labour and _ private | FORT BENNING, GEORGIA, | M.P., feels that there is not the highest tribunal in the Union
enterprise combine in many barbed attacks on wage and 3 . April 21 | enough alternative employment | —after being sentenced in Africa’s
financial policies. Conservative Party spokesman in London}... rll Ohiad oe anges ie n “ae =e ne — complicated and expensive
: < oe . Pl Ce Cé : ar) rie rere to-day So on ednesday he will ask Mr. | tria on 63 charges. Hearings
tonis ht announced the Par ty Ss intention of bring ng that he did not believe there}James Griffiths, Colonial Secre- | lasted two years, cost £250,000 and
Stafford Cripps budget to series of vital votes in the closely ) ( third var. He] tary, if he will consider establish- | filled the records with five million
ciigned House of Commons where labour majority “s wars and | ing fruit caining factories in some | words.

oe 30 ve nd « hat our plac of the islands Exact fines imposed were £95,115

only four. Btls lil tenet anal n the world was one of leadet Mr. Robinson told me today} for Erleigh and £88,810 for Milne,
vl oe hi a ns etenin ‘| ship, Now e wi maintain} that he hoped the Colonial Devel-} with the alternative of 33 extra

cpicneritnrecncenaceniililitnits diana eteennete ly a : ‘ te den ees saa 8 that leadership for peace and the}opment Corporation might be in-|-years.in prison. Sentences on in-
pews ion ‘tre i " . ; 4 : | welfare of the world as a whole,} terested in such a project. dividual counts awarded today

SPOR | S | Scottish Trade oo proc sot unless we want to do as we did “I feel the trouble is that so }totalled 17 years hard labour, but

nearly eeage uline “eo gli *h was r- ‘ f d ha : z

contr _— x - : he - br | after 1 rst war and}many West Indian Islands are one} Judge Lucas said that up to a

jprete as
WINDOW ae O nd > falen iad bes “I don’t think we are going to} canning seems the obvious fleldf-would be consecutive, the rest

ernment ana so far supported, deS-| pring on that ne t f ve » > > ial , :

nvenithe a pickwicks |] pite developing @ifftulties, by! ie , i a aes ne 2 am a yo ee ae providing} running concurrently, but this
) & ‘ ’ yptin t ar we 1a bee ca a e ne 2 “Ye op - ee}

Renein con magia ith ion Trades Union Congress leadership lr I ; tsar Was built ie Yhelan thet’ Heltate chine fen y aed sad COUMnE

g in a st Division 7 a : ; V : ‘ ‘ thé Y on the ten years for good ¢ 5

ie this season. Everton wit! Liberal Party criticism of nen the tually find! could get supplies which would] _ : —_ —

cares eae, ret See. = budget ye bop voiced in I arha~ | sanit ¢ peaking infor-ienable dollar expenditure to be [The appeal is likely to be

eason are joint favourites v Tare heatie’ Chement” Davies! pei tego heard in November to give time

head of the First art) zeade cement avic emonstrate its —Reuter. for the huge volume of evidence

) i n ho eee ; ree ¢ | ue Reuter, f = fae and arguments to be printed

s nindfe ( Win, this: seasan a sata ait S kinces +4 ‘ ' a i 5 cea and new arguments prepared.
but are well known for giving COs ) mn nancial and vaxé ° 7" It will be heard by a bench of
strong teams some very good tion proposals come to the test ir SOUTH AFRIC A Big Three Meet five judges yi he trot ancs
games the House next week s } Ad } Erleigh was found guilty five

The match should be an in Can. Press 7 4 gn \V as found gullty on five
teresting one. . a SE ‘| SCATTERERS Vext Vonth ‘ounts of theft, two of fraud, one

aha TABLE, TENNIS ~~ ‘ ‘(, LEG 4 | KK inder the Riotous Assemblies Act
TEAMS DATE VIME : ' re CAPETOW tae LONDON, /,pril 21 of incitement to make false entry,

Pelican vs. Everton Mon | Truman / l ; ae la : ‘he London meeting of the Big} Of conspiracy to commit fraud and
April 24 at 6 pym L } | : ‘ vice ne ‘hree Western Foreig.: Ministers] seven alternative counts under

Everton 2 vs. Y.M.C.A. Tues ‘ ry it 1 efined racia E 7 )

April 25, at 6 p.m re Inte ) i been fixed for May 11 18, the he Companies Act.

Everton i vs Pelican Wed. 26. e ore id te a oe weign Office spokesman said in Milne was found guilty on five
at ae ee Hi al yndon to-day. He said the] counts of theft, two of fraud, one
ee ae ~~, * ot i . : ; ne hedule of preliminary conversa-| under the Riotous Assemblies Act

Everton 1 vs Y.M.C.A. Sat. 29 |} orma ; eed ions showed that Dean Acheson] of incitement to make false entry,
7 p.m 7 i vas expected each Paris on] one of conspiracy to commit fraud

) \ ier ! )
| TAG ee ‘ ; Ma: for talks with Foreign Min-[| and two alternative counts under
| et ee } , 1a week Cup Gree heson would have preliminary Erleigh was al f i guilty of

V y Press conferences will be 1 ! hi | ‘ i f ) A : 7 ; wears : i eee eee

'zechs Asked To l¢ dg saa toad ’ on | talks with Ernest Bevin in Lon-] 28 of the 41 statutory charges—

I i . » WwW » House | ticu ul ‘ in live o ' : arges
one te eee a White House i asl m roup 1 ‘ Yl don The London meeting of the} under the Companies Act—and
y * ns ~Ga, Peres! arene Atlantic Pact Council is fixed f t -g , of e
Close Chicago Reporters will be obliged t In the ontrolled area’, no one} yy y 15 16 and ‘T Seta er eS ae Reuter
identify themselves k-fore askin ill be low? | property| var , ° , Wai x
Y | questions 1 er erson 0oftt0=—_ - “
Consulate Each reporter wiil have to stand th pecial tae ~
gain recognition, and state hi rr
PRAGUE, April 21 uame and whom he represents, —_—_—_——_——
The United States Government} before asking his questions
have asked the Czechoslova« About 150 Feporcers, represent- N.A. I acl Arms
Government to close its General ae ne Toe Preae, Fa ya
Consulate in Chicago, by May 1 attend Mr. Truman’s conferences 2
The American request was made Mr. Charles Ross, White Hous« Now U nloaded
™ ¥ > acc Serretsc ‘ ; y
in reply to the Czechoslovak note Pre Penn oe the change OSLO, April 21
requesting the United States. to nat oo y for pe cee none Unloadin, he ri soneien
close its. Information Service| the Pr and would enable tiant ; :
. ie . -. all to see and hear.—Reuter. nent of Atlantic Pact Arms for
Offices in Czechoslovakia Norw ’ ete ‘
The American note sent today siathonneminsiilis lay
said: “The Czeehoslovak Govern- “4 Seve he
ment must expect that its action Sikhs Attempt police ‘ tor. di
cannot escape serious consequences " tributin ‘ as
affecting various aspects of rela- ® e Es . Fee , ae eee
tions between the two Govern- Invasion: 8 Kille d or pt ie ene
’ Lé ere anen
ments ‘ > ; f 9 . t
The attitude of the Czechoslovak 7. NEW DELHI, April 21 The Communi ‘ iper
yuthorities has compelled the Troops and police drove off an] ‘Friheten today vale reat
United States Government t attempt on Friday by members of } pla of exercise eld terday
Ole S We . ” ns
review the scope of activities ot the tribe of Sikhs to invade lana}by airforce Jet plane ver Oslo
Czechoslovak establishments” in near Amritsar which has been set | They left white ndensation
| the United States.’ aside to accommodate refugees.[strips against the cy and th
| —Reuter. Eight Sikhs were reported killed.|strips bore a slight resemblance
The Sikhs are said to have fired]to the Czar sign
} with modern automatic weapons “Unheard of provocation” was
| from prepared bunkers in a nine-|how the Communist paper des-
; g » village 30 miles" cribed this ¢ dental ky
|Oueen M Cc @g | hour attack on one village 3 aceid i} £3
Q ary rosses from Amritsar. When troops, writing.’—Reuter.

finally occupied the position they
found a sizable modern armoury
—Can. Press.

Atlantic In 4 Days

| NEW YORK, April 21.

| The liner “Queen Mary” today HOLY YEAR HOMAGE
ccmpleted her fastest westbound VATICAN CITY, April 21

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Argentine
France For Loan

Asks

| crossing of the Atlantic since the Pove Pius XII to-day accorded PARIS, April 21
war—4 days 14 hours and 57 min-|an official audience Archbishop| Argentine authoritie have
ute from Southampton, it war} Vittoria Sanabria of San Jose Delasked France to erant loan t
officially announced here The} Costa Rica, who brought him the] ¢nance her pure ane Frenc
jant 81,.235-ton luxury ship aver-! holy year homage of the President} oods t ; ler rne re today
3.44 knots.—Reuter of Costa Rica.—Reuter, Spe or «Nn as
oil rade ircles Freacn official
yoth the Finance nistry an
LIE ? iy jthe Foreign Ministr leclined
SEEKS TO BREAK eos" 00°) conism’ wis sees
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EAST-WEST DEADLOCK 20°03
AL 7 4 resent in Pari tud
Fre net nan ! ili
LAKE SUCCESS, / pril 21 Andrei Vyshinsk n Moscow e incial
[ Natio Secretary -Gen- Mr. Lie said that he as encoul ising
ral ve Lie, leaving tomorrow aged by his talk terd tl de
na pean tour to help break President Trun i Secreta
t eadlock aid here of State Dean | Sette
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Carib Calling —

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IS EXCELLENCY the Gov- Holder’s Paintings At |
ernor entertained delegates The Museum
of the Federated Civil Service 7 .
Association and other guests at N EXHIBITION of paintings
Government House on Thursday by Geoffrey Holder opens
evening. to-day at the Museum for four

weeks. Mr. Holder is a nineteen-
year-old Trinidadian. He was edu-

Arrived by “‘Gascogne”’

; ‘i cated at Queen's Royal College,
Fe Gaheie seciet Who -or- and is the younger brother of

rived on Thursday by the
“Gascogne”, is on. his way to
Trinidad where he will be giv-
ing a piano concert. Mr. Raclet

Boscoe Holder. He began draw-
ng and painting at the age of 5,
and atthe age of 15 held his
first one-man exhibition in Trini-

Paris "Ee ne slagea o pe dad. Among the purchasers of
concerts in various parts of the his work at this exhibition was
world. In Paris he played at 1 . Dr. Cecil Marquez of Howard
the Conservatoire de Musique. Be- IK! i Ki i i University. At the age of 16,
fore coming here he was in IH | ieoffrey Holder completed 8
Algiers and also played at the large murals for the American

Rak

Conservatoire de Musique there. base, Waller Field. Last year he



Perhaps during his short stay in held a joint exhibition of his
Barbados he might be persuad- work with that of Miss Cicely
ed to stage a concert here Transferred Here Forde.
R. S. E. WHITE, President of Geoffrey Holder was partly
Amphibian Arrives the Leeward Islands Con- responsible for the founding of the
ference of Seventh Day Adven- Youth Art Movement in Trinidad
RRIVING yesterday morne tists) was an arrival recently by He is a member of the Trinidad
ing at 9.45 o'clock at Sea- B.W.I.A., from St. Kitts on a Art Society, and a member of
well from Chaguaramas Naval ghort visit and is staying at the his brother’s troupe of Folk Lore
Base in Trinidad was a PBM~ Hotel Royal. Dancers. His favourite painters
5A Amphibian plane. On board Mr. White whose headquar- are Gaugin, Modigliani and
a twenty-two wher eee ters were in Trinidad for the past Govorubias.
anc seven crew. y . > t ‘ ee ans- °
here on an excursion tour and ioe rae Saat wade oe area Married On Thursday
were only here a few hours. ae teat ‘cciipestie toy Trinidad QUIET wedding ceremony
In charge was Commander 8S. . 1 bamily over. _ took place in the Reception
Van Mater U.S Tie ie — ae er Room of the Sea View Guest
been stationed in rinida or ° ° . House on Thursday evening when
the past year and a half. Also First Visit to the Tropics Dr. R. M Sivironendh ciemace of
or Mts: Mary Orlando from JIS FRANCES JOHNSON and England and now stationed | at
Midland Pa., and Miss Kathryn Miss Agnes Cox, two Cana- D. D aaeenhe “al England. The
Day who is from South Carolina. ot wae ov oe ze nae conan was conducted by His
They have both been in the two weeks ago on their first visit A z . ,
we . lade -s in to the tropics turned home on Worsh{p Mr. E. A. McLeod, Police
service for five years and in to the tropics, returned hom : : eee
Trinidad for eight months. Wednesday night by the “Lady Map iteieses envees ia Bar
Rodney”. They were staying at . , ; e
Did You Spot It? the Sea View Guest House bados on Tuesday morning by
Both from Halifax, Miss John- the “Lady Rodney” from St. Vin-
HE sign which was pictured ... i. 4 stenographer while Miss cent, while his bride arrived
in this column yegterday ©, js a hospital nurse. They two days later on the S.S. “Gas-
is at the corner of Probyn and ..i4 that they were delighted cogne” from England.
Bay Streets outside the wall ~" eset. gel baie
surrounding the Bethel Church. jg ag rm tng ge oe Returns After Short Visit

In the old days when the mule RS. MARIE GLAISHER, wife

had a very delightful holiday and


















trams were in operation, S80® hope to return again of Supt. Eric Glaisher of XTD WORT RFDQ RFBR BND XZY¥D
such as these were frequently OPC oa the Trinidad Police Force who
Daite "ain om a a ce Atter Five Months has been in Barbados for a few ZO RFDZN TXO DGDY'—ZYBZBF.
mains almost perfectly pre- a J ~monthe’ Gays’ holiday returned to Trini- ¥ e
served, and passers-by very sel- FTER spending five On. dad yesterday by B.W.LA. She Cryptoquote: EVERY GOOD GIFT AND EVERY
} ) 1 ay 3 ( Vit Xs : * ear ed a . ae ,
dom notice it in these modert . moay: ees obec Was Staying at the Hastings} ‘PERFECT GIFT IS FROM ABOVE—EPISTLE OF JAMES.
days A. I Raytox of Knowlto : Que = Hotel. Supt. Giaisher who is also
‘ . and a re sired pen es in charge of the Fire Brigade sicitiataiiaaaiiait precwee
Opens This Evening ‘ A Bank of ee ree 4 Dept., is a keen sportsman and PARKING BAN HURTS
turnec 1ome yesterday by the |, -ab f Water Polo M, Berkshire
ie i aS 4 plays quite a bit o ater Po WORKINGHAM, e' ,
R. PETER HOWELL tells “Alcoa Pennant.” He was stayi A Paint CROSSWORD England.
ack Mikeâ„¢ seithib: ot the Miadios Sota} mateur Painter ; Beene
f AaRy ae Siento eS eee RS. CARL HOVGARD, wh< Since a no-parking order has
of which he is the promoter will : ‘ . M oe, aS ” Oe sen enforced in the main shop-
have its official opening th For Oil Discussions is from New | Your City aon street tradesmen complain
evenin 6 o'clock The ¢ - M* C. RICHMOND, a member arrived from the { ‘S yesterday they have lost 25 per eent of their
aurina Club i tuated in St of the legal uff of the Via Trinidad She is here for an business
Lawret Ga ist above the Gulf Oil Corporation, New York, indefinite stay ha - a guest at
Cable Station; it i 1 umique arrived last night by the B.W.LA _— oe z ar . ; “ Presid ae See
type entla club open flight fron Miami Florida. He er husdband, 1S “side e
twenty four hours a day’ where 42% now come to join Mr. H. C. the Research Institute of Am- Opening
nember an enjoy ne sea- Bi » also of the Gulf il erica, which is a Publishing firm
bathir u d comfort. They or a tio: . f ; . re vith In her baggage, Mrs. Hovgard To-night
cate teas, | hes and dinners Ch POration Rood Pace nnection had a box of paints, she is a |
1 bar u 7 wows rm ‘* mt in l in B _ keen amateur painter. Though | 1
Whilst my other attractions With the drilling for ol) ®n ‘ocean this is her first visit to Barbados t
are planne tar has not per- Dados He is staying at the Ocean 4 has been to the W.I. before |
mitted some of them being ready View Hotel “ ‘ |
for the opening date. Mr. Carl Several other members of the Once Lived Here
Edghill is Manager Gulf Oil Corporation, are ane M* GEORGE RODDAM 0! Across
Yesterday at my cae ore pected to arrive early next week the Sarees saveruanti 2. You'll gt this in a roundabout
was a pre-opening Cocktai arty Corporation, who was as in way. (6)
to which several friends and _ Went To School Here parjados about six or eight] % One of the 0.8, that will pro- BATTERY HOUSE
prominent businessmen were ISS Ingrid Johnson who iS months ago arrived yesterday] 10, The haul trom a raid. (5) ST. LAWRENCE
invited on the Royal Bank Staff in from Trinidad by B,W.LA. He]! pepaciat suggesting its own rest- P
. Ser sstere ; ul use. (5
Port of-Spain arrived yesterday has been there on a five-day visit | 1g, She's aipasd good for a few e
Left for U.S. from Trinidad by B.W.LA. Sis nd is en route to his headquar- rupees. (4)
is on two weel vacation and is ters in Jamaica He is due to|'* A A a P.T, instructor to
_ . TON Ra ae a : start. (3) sas ‘
Ms DAISY ONES of staying with Mr. and Mrs Ken eave here on Sunday and is a]/16. As tong as he remains this his Festivities begin at
} 1 Cottage slack neti Davi of Santa Nita, guest at the Marine Hotel. He told commission is withheld, (8) sin -
CK er of the Reverend O, E. Hastings. Ingrig is no stranger tO Carib that Mrs. Roddam and ip Wine tease ties sertia. (8). Pm.
t 1 f Barbad as she used to £0 'O their daughter Sonja ire in s duke oF duohes a) — = | ‘ h hout
ne f the lan veek Ba dos as she \ hei ight Sonja, are ir iuchess,
t é f¢ Ne Yort spend six school here at Queen’ Colle Jamaica and like it very muen.|2@ Ancient wane use this more as a | and continue t roughou
x weapon, =) $
it es there bout four years ago The Roddams used to live here 22 tree tesidue ? (3) the night
= : and have many friends in Bar-|24. As the H in hour, (9)
25. One who is anxious to learn all
Ran Into a Storm Yo Be Married Shortly — jados. One who Is anxious to | °
STORM it tlantic wa M?= Dorothy Holland who : Keen On Hockey Down DINNER
i \ responsible fe he eng age rived 4om Er id yest M's MOLLY TURNER who 1. Phas § shine It creates, (6)
responsi 1 Ne ab . a6 } vados s “ar » You’ nd you’ fe t
ied oP bikin aa i Parker, who day via Trinidad has been \ was in Barbados last year aul RG you Bare 0 if you SUPPER
has bee intering in Narsau. in Venezuela for the past two once again here on a two ol 4, put, ane ne what this la, (5)
5) é Ww “ . om h@ three months sit. She arriveal| 5. To Gnd the source of @ stream
She was returning from the We year ‘Three mon,h igo she iree month visi . one favela thas (7)
Indies aboard the British liner went to England on holiday, 5S! yesterday by m. W ao ons is} g, Troy always has it. (5) DANCING
aty . ncifico’ Th shiy to be married here shortly Stayin with Mr Nay nee in 7. Provides the crop | teke. (3, 6)
- uf = : m- nd J into Mr. Thomas Rowley who works the Garrison 8. To take 4 broad of chickens and for late celebrators
ni a DOTA we 7 Vv ; Sh ‘ si . a hockey I1a yun ueed thisnm your car. (6)
Joseph Butler tl hip 1 1 Venezuel 1 is at present sane va Ce ying & LOCKE 3. In travel as a parallel. (4)
( ve 1 rheis A ci nie t Barbado at he Ocean Vie stick in one hand and hopes that }17. ase : z to make cobbling BREAKFAST
*} laa . ‘ sn) ‘ $4 : * ll wet we" say . hile enc re ) a
announced in port he ship Hotel. She L be vin he will ge ew games whi 18. Sort of double return. (4) inner
reached England St Matthias Vicarage he is here 20. A tip makes it a more certain | Reservations for d
— en striker. (3)
a 21. Any ounce has it, (3) | only Phone 8496
23. Verse of modern times. (3)
7 W [ i ADMISSION ::: 9/-
BY THE AY sy BeacHcomser ato Angee
15, ‘14, H TF
- 5 ae Nerve: 15, Lains Open all day to-morrow
rY ( plendk eaffirm- should, it ie u , turn the 1ere lll have be specie ir 2. iM: 26
N° I pis ndid I : Tr os > ' l ; | ; ne re jal : me ae ° ae _ € pecia eae Sea-bathing, Lunches,
atior could be giver ot 1s wouk assured ¢ a thes s for horses 5, Cypher
the re itio t} t narrow felt welcom = . . 42; , Somatic: > Teas, Snaks.
nationalism outmoded than _. “y : The Chromium Loaf ee ; ——————
the forthcoming goodwill tour Film Theatres for Horses? : I F the present dirty-looking
of the United State by a Bri wil M producers and exhibitors bread.” said a master-baker
ish Laundry Queer rhe choice I need not ask themselves what yesterday were replaced by a
of Miss Slopcorner, who is for so is going to happen when human chromium loaf people would feel
many the embodiment of British beings get sick of films I see more hygienic The question as P “|
aunhood at its best, will cause that a man who took his horse to to hether the public is, as yet roO-NIGH r
ersal tisfactio Time wes a film in Liverpool has said l ciently educated to eat
when laundresses tims of the believe there is a future for horse chr ium, was brushed aside by
barriers race and creed, sulk- idiences But i 1 expert. He said, “If they are
ed, UI s-like, in their laun- people object sitting next to a it is clean and crammed DINE AND DANCE
drie To-day one might bring woman who eats chocolates and t health-giving chemicals -
an old adage up to date and say, nuts, at the top of her mouth, as they will eat it It is a question
“Laundering no frontiers.” it were, what will they say when of the right sort of intensive AT
Our goed wish go with this they find themselves between two advertisement Look at the pre-
gallant woman, who is in horses with nosebags on? You posterous success of Snibbo, Tell
ome s e, our ambassador. May may reply that the horses will not them that the chromium loaf
her visit proye an earnest of sit in the ordinary stalls, but will will harden their teeth, improve
better days, and may it be a sym- have special ones built along the their complexions, banish illness
bol of the bond which unties our side-walls. That will not prevent id worry, reduce their weight
two democracies We hail this them from champing, neighir make their floors gleam, and add ] \T INDIES L NIGHT CLUB
imaginative gestur and any whinnying, flicking their tre to their hai In fact, why THE Wis 1 S MOST POPU AR le
American Laund Quet who stamping, and so o1 I ink not tell them it contains Suibbo?’





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New Ideas For Floors and Colour |

LOORING is a problem in
new houses where the floors
are of concrete, due to present
restrictions on wood flooring.
Asphalt tiles, as a substitute for
linoleum, are suitable for any
room, They are reasonably warm.
easy to keep clean, and are
obtainable in a pleasing range of
colours and designs.
A jointless flooring of wood and
rubber not affected by heat, is

fireproof, dustless and heat-resis-

Schemes |

ting, and is also available in a
wide range of colours either
plain, mottled or in a feather

design.

Colour Dictionary
H°™ ae is sim-
plified by the tirst Dictionary
of Colours for Interior Decora-
tion. Produced by the British
Colour Couneil, it contains 378
sample colours, shown on matt
and shiny paint surfaces, with
matching samples of pile carpet.
The dictionary will be of par-
ticular interest to architects and
interior designers, and also to
people planning their homes.
Several of the big stores have
already ordered copies for their
interior decoration departments



By Pamela Blake

For the Garden .. . nostalgic
gifts to friends abroad are English
strawberry plants which can be
sent to any part of the world
sealed dry im a special new
wrapping material.

For the Wine Cupboard.—Now
that good wines are cheap
enough for home entertaining, it
is important to know what to
serve, when, how and with what,
also how to choose, buy and keep
your bottles.

A little booklet, Fine Drinking,
ean be sent free to any reader
who would like a copy and sends
a 24d. stamp.

Other People’s Homes

UILT for Lerd Melbourne in
1770 and converted into
bachelor chambers in 1800. The
Albany, a stately Regency build-

Inexpensive Luxuries

OR the Linen Cupboard ..

even if your linen is not as
beautiful as your grandmother’s,
you can still have it initialled and
monogrammed quite reasonably.
The shop that does this stocks the
Queens Elizabeth and Mary ship
shops with fine linens which sell
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boxes.

Books are everywhere. 3
line the walls on both sides of |
the fireplace in the lounge. They
are piled high on her husband’s
enormous writing desk by the bay
windows. ‘ ‘ ;

Most outstanding item in the
bedroom is a beautiful patchwork
quilt of muted pinks and blues
made by village schoolchildren

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gATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1950

Gonditions in the

Caribbean and the Guianas

By T. G. MAJOR

Canadian Trade Commissioner

In “FOREIGN TRADE" April 15, 1950

settling the sugar problem has
created much unrest as evidenced
in the press, legislatures and
various local bodies.
British Guiana

In British Guiana extremely
heavy rains in January and Feb-
ruary further complicated mat-
ters. The coastal lands were
subjected to torrential down-
pours with which the drainage
systems were unable to cope. As
a result thousands of acres were
flooded for weeks, livestock and
poultry were drowned, growing
vegetable and other crops de-
stroyed and road transportation
disrupted. Fortunately a let up
in rainfall narrowly averted
breaks in the conservation dams
which might have produced dis-

ticipated it has

it ‘six eesti for the
tion of sterling,
d the Duteh
e apparent in the
nt peccitorien of the East~-

i. Limited in theit
a of. pasic foods ana
tial manufactured £00 ds,
ye restrictions have pre-
fd importers from seeking
heal t sources of supply
in countries _whose cur-

" js tied to sterling. At the
ne time these sterling sources
various reasons, ae
isi costs but not al-
of misinereased their pric es
wide field or commodities.
ately for the Caribbean
sumer these price increases

greatest in those com- astrous results. Essential foods
i in heaviest demand by and rehabilitation supplies were

sections of the public rushed from Trinidad and othe:

, can least afford to mect Caribbean islands and from Can-

hic! ada = a rapid recovery is be-
je ms es Lag— ing made.

y a ge the case when Generally speaking weather
costs begin to move Up- conditions have been favourable
there has been a lag in to crop growth in the islands of

ms, The full effects of deval- the Eastern Caribbean, |Jarvest-

B nave been delayed by the ing of the sugar crop is proceed-
s of 1949 which placed ing and good yields are antici-

NN ee He

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



Eastern

irrigation and drainage, and elec-
trification which will help the |
employment Situation over the |
short term future. Notable in this
category is a proposed $20 million
water supply system for the |
island of Trinidad.

The water supply of Antigué
also is the subject of recent activ-
ity. In British Guiana, the Colo-
nial Development Corporation,
British Government body, is put- |
ting into operation a very exten- |
sive scheme for the exploitation |
of the timber resources of the |
Bartica triangle just above th:|

head of navigation on the Hsse- | ywRCKLENBURGH SQUARE PROJECT—An artist's drawing of the developments planned for the Foundling Estate, London, as a mem-
teat oe Britain’s gratitude for food parcels from overseas. Financed by the Lord Mayor's National Thanksgiving Fund, the buildings will
house Commonwealth and United States Students. On the left is the proposed £800,000 building for married and women students.
| to be put up on the north side of the Square when the bomb damaged houses now standing there have been demolished. On the right is
part of the Georgian terrace as it will look when reconstructed to accommodate men students.

quibo River.

The tourist season has been
active, particularly in Barbados |
Trinidad and Tobago, yet
and St. Thomas. The annual!
influx of tourists by the regular |









PAGE THREE

Rises In Canadian
Eagle Oil Issues

LONDON, April 21.





Post-budget events in the Lon-
don Stock exchange have shown
that market operators are content
to leave domestic issues to their
own devices whilst full import of
United Kingdom budget proposals
is being assessed.

There was a fresh upset in
Brazilian bonds, following the ad-
dition of two more sterling loans
to the redemption list.

Sharp rises in Canadian Eagle
issues provided the feature of the
oil section. Other oils were mostly
—

poldina railway prior charge
were firm in the rail section but
some of the utilities eased on
profit-taking on recent issues.
Forced selling of South African
gold shares continued today and
the market was dull. Confidence
still remains to be restored in this
section and potential buyers are
holding off. —Reuter.

It is



“Guardian” suggests it would be}

Students

i cash in the hands of the
ers and stimulated active
ing in the pre-Christmas
is At the same time ample
slies of all commodities, ex-
certain food-stuffs were
sed before devaluation and
governments took steps to
ent price increases until new
slies were imported. In al
bsidization of basic food-
‘ers continued in some in-
noes, notably in Trinidad where
her landed costs of Canadian
yr have been absorbed.
ent surveys made by busi-
organizations indicate that
er price imereases ranging
§ to 25 per cent. are likely
the middle of the year.
ely a weak passes but that
+ commodity prices are au-
ed by local control authori-
Higher freight rates from
wn Europe, the British Isles,
Mediterranean and the Anti-
announced early in March,
shortly contribute to rising
ed costs. :
n addition to commodity prices,
cost of travel by air and sea
of postage have risen.
in Trinidad and one or two
ithe small islands increases in
bine and lubricating oils and
mobile servicing costs have
tributed to the upward spiral.
ince early February more and
space in the press has been
ted to the rising cost of liv-
Pressure for higher wage
has begun to develop and
some instances upward revis-
already have taken place.
y in such increases has been
partly to uncertainty as to
future of the sugar industry
the British colonies.

W. IL. Refused
gotiations begun in
ng the latter pari
postponed when West In-
representatives refused to
pt an eight-year contract
m the U.K. Ministry of Foou
quantities about 25 per cent
than the West Indian pro-
irs regarded as the minimum
ary for maintaining the
r industry as the basis of the
nial economy. Further dis-
ons are expected in the near
re but the West Indian case
be presented by political
than commercial represen-
as local legislatures: have
to the conclusion that the
jal aspects of the prob-
h become paramount
sat the same time as the
ng costs the delay in

ExX-





London
of 1949



IT IS |
TO CHOOSE AMONG |
THE MANY BEAUTIFUL

ERGUSON
FABRICS

STOCKED AT YOUR |
FAVOURITE STORE.

pated although the unusually
wet weather which continued
into the dry season has delayed
cutting and may affect the sugar
content of the canes. In addition
to British Guiana, the rainfall
in Trinidad has been exception-
ally heavy and there has bee;
some damage to. food crops.
Cocoa crops are good and are
being sold at price levels much
above average, mostly to the U.K.
and Europe. Trinidad has had an
excellent citrus crop the bulk of
which has been sold to the United
Kingdom as fresh fruit and to
Canada as canned juice. Trinidad
also has shared in the boom in
coffee prices with sales chiefly to
Europe, smaller quantities going
to Canada and New Zealand. The
market for nutmeg and mace
from Grenada has been moder-
ately active but prices have been
relatively low. The banana _ in-
dustry in Dominica has experi-
enced a marked revival with
regular shipments going to the
United Kingdom and Europe at
satisfactory prices. The heavy
rainfall resulted in losses of stor-
ed padi and damaged the spring
rice crop in British Guiana. High
prices for feedstuff have increas-
ed the difficulties of poultry and
livestock producers although the
authorization of higher egg
prices for feedstuffs have increas-
locally produced feeds begin-
ning to ease this situation.

is

—On The increase—

Industrial and residential con-
struction, both private and public,
becoming increasingly active.
The rebuilding of the burnt out
sections of Georgetown in Brit-
ish Guiana and Castries in St
Lucia has continued at an accel-
erated pace. In Barbados, Mar-
tinigue and Guadeloupe new air-
ports are being laid out, with the
latter two expected to be opened
shortly. Construction under pri-
vate auspices has been particular-
ly active in Trinidad, including
office buildings and_ stores in
Port-of-Spain and San Fernando,
box and bottle factories and
brewery nnd much new housing

Trinidad Leaseholds Ltd., have
begun the construction of new oil
refinery capacity. In British Gui-
ana, Surinam and French Guiana
extensive plans for the develop-
ment of forest and mineral re-
sources and of agriculture are
getting underway. Various gov-

is

ernment authorities have an-
nounced schemes _ for public
works, affecting roads, railways,

harbours, airports, waterworks,





A PLEASURE





] ie wiser to bring other universities
steamship services from Canada | Plan or into the scheme and enable over-
and the United States has been | seas students to go also to Bristol
augmented by a number of lux- | or Manchester or Birmingham by
ury cruise ships operated by | | @ge e assisting those universities to
British, Dutch, American and | entre ritieise increase their hostel accommoda-
other lines, Barbados in pariic- 4 tion.
eee eae ba se in- | L E y d These criticisms are definitely
a ion of direct Trans-Can- | nannies fi formidable. An attempt to
ada Airlines flights from Mon- | n ng an answer some of them ar made
treal via Bermuda and by direct | last week by Sir Frank Newson-
services from Venezuela. Re- (From Our London Correspondent) Smith, a Governor of London
cently British West Indian Air- LONDON. House, in a letter to “The
ways has started flights to Miami) 4) which should increase the flow Sea aby tabs b lid] ited. It is the “Mmonastic-segregation” criticism.
of tourists from the Unitea| British people would wish to be solidly united, Ae eee a eaatn” Wal oot. tude Seanie
5 Thanksgivi ed by the Lord Mayor of Lon- <2 S pce Sere ee
States, Thanksgiving Fund sponsor y. es with other students from this

‘ don in appreciation of the generosity to Britain during war- country and overseas at London

From the point of view of the time of the people of the Commonwealth and of the United House. They had more oppor-

Canadian exporter the curre c ; tunity for contact with their
trend is most discouraging. Lim- a. orial of grati- lenburgh Square”, stretching fellows there than they would
ited hard currency allotments!, * 9 lion centre in across Southampton Row and have in scattered lodgings. He
from the mother countries have Ye a O tooe of post Russel Square to the Lon- also denies that the beauty of
forced local governments pro-| : ara haa the Com- don University buildings in Mecklenburgh Square is being
gressively to reduce imports from | on wealth and U.S. Malet Street, into a post- destroyed. He points out that the
Canada and to turn importers to| °°}. a ‘rtnight since the graduate and medical neigh- East side of the square is being
soft currency sources of supply ps Satan Gin ed his Fund bourhood. The position is con- preserved and, in fact, improved
Canadian goods are becoming in- sth yn The ¥ ay dotenas of sidered academically ideal. It is by the trust. As to the North
creasingly difficult to find AOR Arne Haire hei - “given in the Close to London University, the and South sides, they were in
retail shops. The pace of the re-| 00. } protests. about the British Museum, the Inns of Court any case badly damaged by
strictive measures has been accel- acheric Historic “Mecklenburgh and the chief teaching hospitals, enemy action during the war; only
erated rapidly since the beginning |<. - Fe biG It auemitle 200: veers At present there are about ten years or so of life remained
of the year and there appear to} Be thle veut aie “where te is 200 men in residence at Lon- for the houses still standing. Sir

be no immediate prospects of a

reversal of the trend until meas- | P©CP°Sed to establish the cultural

|and educational centre for the

res ¢ orease -
Ures. are teleen hes aan’ sa: the yverseas students, has become a
hard currency allotments. Local ‘ Pe rie,
governments. have relatively. littie | Ce *_.% almost daily argument
6 MEAS: RAVE attvery Htc \not just in London but through-
choice in the face of definite di-) 6.4 ine country
rectives from the metropolitan > ee 7 i
governments. | Even should the) Residents, of Mecklenburgh
duacetain, Wikia: cor petitior Lemans, Cxpecng. be be Capes
=xporters om petit er 2

pes | persons, dislike the id he
stiff on a landed cost basis be-|? , d en of t

cause of the depreciated value of | centre being there, People in the
sterling and associated curren-| E aiyrmcre want to know why the
cies and the re-appearance of|®XPression of thanksgiving should
goods from low cost of produc | be confined to the Capital. There
tion countries, such as Japan. |is general worry about destruc-
| tion of the character of the Square,
| which provides one of the best
|examples of Georgian architecture
In the political field the publi-|#" London, and is certainly the
cation of the long expected report | mest completely unaltered exam-
on federation of the British Car-|Ple of its period.
ibbean colcnies has been the out- |
standing feature of the period}
under review. This report recom-

Federation Report

Nobody quarrels, of course,
with the idea behind the fund.
The situation, which looks likely

mends Ss is y g : ‘

iat esa in 5) to become yet more controversial,
owers § newhat on the Slat of }i8 Perhaps best summed up in
y vc , pian O'|the words of the “Manchester

oe Fa har nig tg rok tes iL | Guardian” leader on the subject
soit pre, Sia Feeagk. the }this week: “It has become clear,
: , >, ‘| sincé the Fund was so imposingly
labman gin ee ee ae launched, that the precise plans
ie cuban reletinil ’ It Bs: have not been well thought out”.
proposed that the capital of the} This Etter Lee cba
federation will be in Trinidad, © |, US controversy 1s one at
Coupled with this report, re-| British people all over the world,
commendations have been made| (@a2d Americans) should join in.

looking towards a umified civil| he aim is to give students of
service, a customs union and | the future a better life when they
common currency. Before imple-| spe 2 Saeene es ee,
mentation these reports will be) *'°" Ho mey want: 1 Y 1 oat
submitted to the various enlonial | OPS Muse, Hne an ri se ‘ae
= ° P b stels all rer
legislature and considerable mod- | ee t wot U i 7e tty? "Or
ification is anticipated. , Amongst i a ae 3 sale r Puan
the colonies of the Eastern Carib- be Ze foe D % Tadiinie ohe
- , Matton ‘ot the |? tter? Oo § ‘
on e public ae as “ } caer have returned to their own coun-
fec cect eterna oy st in! tries pre fer to remember living
or. y f tavitish, aiieas Tt is) iD lodgings, rubbing shoulders
Sennen ls tn that “the | €¢ with all London and its life? Or
evi 4 \ ~

do they regret not having enjoyed
comparatively quiet, cloistered,
academic life?

The answers to these questions
| need thinking out seriously. They
| will affect the impression yenera-

nomic basis of the proposed fed- |
eration is the problem of greatest |
concern and there is a growing |
appreciation of the need for ecn-
nomie solvency if political free-
dom is to have any meaning.

jtion after generation of students

have of Britain — for this is a

= aS permanent scheme. All the ideas
about students: from abroad are

im|now in the melting-pot. It is

{Mj time for the people most con-

‘cerned to make their voices

heard The columns of the

a and the letter box of

the Lord Mayor’s Fund, are now

full of views and comments from
educationalists M,P.’s, local
jresidents, landladies and archi-

So far letters have not had

tec
time to « e from overseas. They
hould,
An Outline
}
!
}
|

at exactly is planned by the
Domi

Students Hall Trust,
the authors of the scheme? Here
is an outline,

The immediate purpose is to
build two “residential halls” in



Mecklenburgh Square, similar to

S.A. Part of
be earmarked
Scotland,
Trust,

students from the 1
fund will alse
an “annexe” in
The policy of the

the

for





Lower Broad Street :

a existing Dominions institu-
} tion, London House. One of the
| new buildings will be for women
pend married students, the other for
|

who
up London House in 1930, is
to turn the whole area of “Meck-

don House, Their average
stay there is 2 years. They
pay between 34 to 4 guineas a i
week depending on whether
or not they share a bedroom.
Besides dormitories, London é
House has common rooms, a I
dining hall that would do
credit to an Oxford or Cam- i
bridge college, and a good
small library. 1
The general idea of the }
enlarged scheme is that the stu- 1
dents should enjoy the sort of
corporate life they might expect
to get in one of the larger resi-
dential universities. But they will
live together, the critics say, in 1
segregation from their fellow i
students in this country. It is this |!
latter point that has received
most serious attention in the
British Press.

Seclusion

In a letter to “The Times” last
week, Dr. S. W. Jeger, Socialist *
M.P. for Holborn and St. Pan-
cras South, argued that it was
not in the interests of the students
themselves “to be concentrated
in one small area in monastic
seclusion among their own kind”

The “Manchester Guardian” in

its leader, takes up the same
point. The important thing, 1t
believes, is that the American,
Dominion and Colonial students
should live on easy and intimate
terms with the young people of
this country. The American stu-
dents “are the last people to
desire, when they come to a
country, to live only with Ameri-
cans or to be treated as a species
requiring special provision for its
comfort.”

Other adverse criticisms have
been voiced. A number of ten-
ants in Mecklenburgh Square must
necessarily be displaced, to make
room for the building of the pro-
pesed hostels. The same Dr.
Jeger, quoted above, who is one
of the tenants concerned, says
that he will raise the whole ques-
tion in the House of Commons.
“No other comparable alternative
accommodation has been offered
to us or even contemplated,” he
said. “We shall just have to fend
for ourselves”, He added: “One
professor who has lived in the
Square for 35 years is now to be
turned out’.

Quiet Dignity

On the question of preserving
architectural treasures, the Chair-
man of the Georgian Group wrote
to “The Times”: “The Georgian
buildings of Mecklenburgh Square
have a quiet dignity and scholarly
character, which is more
suited to a university quarter
than the graceless multi-storeyed
blocks designed to take their
place”. Another writer fiercely
protested against the intention to
pull down one little house in the
sauere, called “Elysium”, that has
been generally regarded as an
architectural gem. It was once
the home of a royal mistress —
Mrs. Fitzherbert, according to
the letter-writer.

A final criticism
levelled at the scheme by
the “Manchester Guardian’ is
whether it is right that a national
scheme of this sort should be

strongly

connected only with London, and
with one university only.

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Square”,
said
bombed
will be divided into flats and the
flats

families who will be turned out”.

build a

Organising
Thanksgiving Fund and the man
who is to become Warden of the
entire Ovesseas Student Centre in
Mecklenburgh Square.

More than £400,000 was promised
in the

week:
enormously .
the
by
sixpensces
women,”

Barbados

Frank regretted it was necessary
to displace

about forty families
n Mecklenburgh Square, but he
every effort would be
by the trust to provide
alternative accommodation, if
possible adjacent to the square.
The Dominions Students’ Trust
also denied Dr. Jeger’s assertion
no alternative accommoda-
ion was to be offered. “Work
vas just started on bombed sites
n neighbouring Brunswick
an official of the trust
this week. “When these
houses are rebuilt they

tenants
We
40

will be offered to
n Mecklenburgh Square.
nope to rehouse 25 of the

A Memorial

“The point of the scheme is to
permanent memorial’,
Brigadier E. C. Pepper.
Secretary of the

says



This is his answer to those
who feel that the Fund has not
been given wide enough
national expression. To distri-
bute the funds over several
universities in different parts
of the country, in his opinion,
would be to take away
the value of the project.
Meanwhile the Lord Mayor's

appeal has had a great response
24 hours after the Fund
Mayor,
catching

Rowland, the Lord
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BARBADOS wae ADVOGATE.

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Publighod by Tho Advocate Co. Lts.. 34, Broad St. Bridaetow: |







Saturday, April 22, 1950
CALCUTTA.
N a narrow Calcutta lane,
little more than a garbage-
filled rats’ run, a cluster of street
urchins knelt to play marbles.

Young Ibrahim Khan bounced
Ram Lai Gupta’s best alley with
a plop straight into the crusty
scum of a flooded drain.

Ram Lai howled until his father
uncrossed his legs and scrambled
down from the shelf of his fruit
and betel nut stall and caught
Ibrahim by the ear. Then Ibra-
him’s father arrived to see what
it was all about.

Forty-five ‘minutes



Blind Corners

YESTERDAY a courteous policeman was
explaining to motorists opposite the Cable
and Wireless building in Bridgetown that
cars parked outside this building should
have their, noses pointing towards Lord
Nelson.

This newspaper welcomes all activities later the

; ; bes mist of tear-gas lifted from the
which are aimed at assisting the free flow militant rubble of stones. and
of traffic throughout the City. Both the = pee bricks to show 27

. <5 ‘ dies iving in e sien ane—
Highways Authorities and the Police can | Hindus and Moslems. None of
be confident of full public suppor: for any | them had cared about a marble
i ‘ 3 . 7, game or known about cats’-eyes
idea which will make the roads easier for | aileys

transport, and therefore for the public. Some had ne ee ed
. cared about pigtails and sandal-
But two incidents connected with this | Wood ‘paste smeared on their
courteous action of the policeman are worth , foreheads, and others because they
l believed that there is only one
special notice. God’ and that Mahomet is His
prophet
None of them had wanted to
First, it seems quite fruitless to instruct | ,iij or die. But they did’ it: bes
drivers of vehicles to reverse their cars into | cause they were afraid
main roads in order to achieve uniformity This is not fiction. It is one of
of direction with other motor cars. The the minor incidents in the pres-
ent India-Pakistan Bengal com-
only reason for having uniformity of direc- munal war, recorded in the police
tion would appear to be the result which | "report book of a Calcutta slum.
There are others even more ob-
has already been achieved by motor cars secure: the pickpocket arrested in
having been restricted to certain streets | @ bus who escaped while the mobs
forgot him a3 they burned and
and finding themselves facing in one direc- | stoned three more buses. .

tion from compliance with a one way traffic The Moslern who could not pay





his bill of 1s. 11d. for his betel

chew to the Hindu shopkeeper

Secondly, it has been given as answer and started a communal riot that
? ent 27 others to hospital.

These small instances are part

be stationed at blind junctions that there of the haunting black magic and

which in the past two

is a shortage of policemen, They cannot months has uprooted three-quar-

be spared for this work, it is said. ters of a million Bengali Hindus

i Moslems from their centuries-

The second point is merely a commen- le sent them trek-

1omes, It has
act an artificial 214-year-
to swell the refugee
two already bankrupt

tary on the first but the real urgeney for

police action is at the blind cornet!



ish ( monwealth Govern-

Vhile the courteous policeman va :
While the cour I He ma of both communities
supervising the turning of cars to face il ! ied in the process—from
. : ~*~ veeterdav the cholera, dysentery and starvation
1e direction of Lord Nelson yesterday the ce ee sachin
the dire i ; ‘ rette bombs and “tube




junction at Beckles Road, where it rur is uncertain.

allegations from
des are to be believed, it

Street, was the scene <
lowing coiaude.

A truck had stopped at the “Major Road
Ahead” sign in Beckles Road. A bus wanted
to turn into Beckles Road from
ir the

Political
Bay Stre
and was waiting f¢ truck to move int

Bay Street.

The truck did
another

bus in the meantime,

move

only

bus had overtaken the

the most merciless

a Car Wa

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to the suggestion that policemen should
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from the Esplanade and a private car ha ions. The turnover of @ few
, ; és indred votes one way or the
‘ » ote 1 <¢ > alt Ma or Road r ired € 7
taken his stand on the “Hal J other may spell fortune or ruin.
Ahead” si may with Mr. Creech-
ne leprive a Man at one
It is up to the Highway Author'ti of Ministerial rank and
‘ i ‘ . . ‘ ‘ his parliamentary seat alike Or
decide whether he policemat! Va i with ng James Callaghan,
usefully employed turning cars right about who was lueky enough to enter
s rs ‘nhh} UTs nl t first attempt,
face opposite the Cable and Wirele 1 office in his first
building, than he would have bee pre i set t feet on a
venting this traffic jam nay give Social
> nation, but the
But this newspaper can make a sugg nation gives no social security
. s ‘ i na to Parliamentarians
tion for eliminating the policeman a! A year t seemed that the
aking the bl i corners clear contenders for the first place in
ing the ina corne ‘
mak ; Government, when the Prime
(There are sev eral these bilnd cor! Minister should decide to go,
‘ ’ t 1 vere Si Staffor ; s N
ers and three of them can be found within ere r afford Cripps, ir

Aneurin Bev
Morrison

in and Mr. Herbert

one mile of Jemmotts Lane)



1 And now, a year later?
, jee ; th ither an auto- 7 .
The suggesticn is that either a Sir Stafford’s reputation for
ma‘ic policeman be instaile 1 at Diina cor tegrity (unjustly perhaps) is
ge oy ae if the dimmed. Devaluation, after nine
ers or the blindness be taken out ¢ denials that it would come, did
corner. him great harn

Sich And Tired

|
This can be done by passing compulsory



; : blind corners’ from Politically he was pound to

legislation to remove blind corne! c deny till the last possible moment

: 9, halt enemas tallin angle that it would come And to a

a righways or by Insta t a

man, Hignwe politician less highly assessed the

mirrors, denial might not have done much
narn

These mirrors which are used in some Finally, Cripps’s health has de-

blind terioratec I is a sick and tire

continental countries are placed at blind tert A. Ea b SiC i tired
abe man

corners to allow drivers to see whether the Mr. Bevan's fortunes have

; . ‘ g ri similé svffered eclipse, at any

"Ok ; clear by reflection. it ought to milarly sv pse, at an)

road is clear by ‘enuity to | tate fora time. He tried to force

require little expense or ingenul Ue an election on the Prime Minister

arrange for some type of angle mirrors to J before the Prime Minister was
° read)

be placed at all blind cornegs in Barbad ; Be illowed the chip on his

ne tion of tre affic 1 nis or noulder to inspire venom on his

pending insta!lati a tongue, ind=s hiss “vermin”

legislation to provide vision at juncuons speech did more to sting the

*] " 7 | pse
= » “Halt Major Road Ahead iddie-class into resentment
At present the “Ha Mieke but than even the punitive taxation
signs at blind corners can Go Hiftie 5 imposed on it by Sir Stafford,

. ‘ jange 1ich lies During the election he was

, » potential danger whic h 6 .

minimise the p< é tcrist kept, as it were, under the

in wait even for the creeping Motorist. counter. His interpretation of



Our Readers Say 3



Newsfront

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

‘Touchy ? Why. Even A Game
Of Marbles Started A

| Massacre



Hy Sydney Smith

CALCUTTA
-the scene of the
India-Pakistan

tension.

cannot be fewer than 20,000, but
it might be 50,000. Non- communal
independent estimates add it up
to only 10,000.

The dead cannot tell. ‘ But the
living, the homeless, the starving
and the diseased in refugee camps
on both sides are a pretty solid
cash testimony to the distress.

‘War Readiness’

HREE-QUARTERS of Pakis-

tan’s and a half of India’s
Budget is devoted to keeping these
two Commonwealth peighbours in
a state of “war readiness” against
each other

To death and devastation are
joined the economic blockades of
both sides. These have cut off
trade, commerce and communica-
tions almost as drastically as if
the borders were already firing
lines.

While at the top a sprinkling
of men of wisdom and good will,
headed by Jawaharlal Nehru and
Liaqat Ali Khan, are fast becom-
ing candidates for Gandhian mar-
tyrdom by seeking a compromise,
a great vociferous middle and
lower middle class, led by fanati-
cal, semi-educated windbags and
ambitious political provocateurs,
is howling for war.



The militant nationalist
Mahasabha tich brought Gandhi
to his death, has proclaimed, to
the accompaniment of popular
clamour in Calcutta, that India
must fight and Nehru must re-
sign

In Calcutta—in New Delhi, too
-no one hesitates to say openly
that Nehru would sign his own

Hindu





iby

Morrison Ousts Bevan In
a Strussle For Power ten ee nn ee eae

Fr eRe, ~~ |



Mr.

ao eR cl
HERBERT MORRISON







ROYAL EXILES

| By Milton Kaplan

LONDON |
Europe’s gold-plated displaced persons are}
closely watching the Belgian political crisis caused |
by King Leopoild’s struggle to return to the throne.
A seore of former kings, queens, princes and
princesses can offer Leopold advice on how te keep |
happy and warm without crown or royal cape if}
he concedes defeat and abdicates.
The one-time rulers of royal uuses in the Bal-}
kans, Italy, Germany, Spain and a ai |
ahasa +, | cast lon looks at their more secure
ana poe ago in Britain, the Scandinavian countries, Greece -_
|

death warrant if he compromised
on Kashmir or Bengal, or even
on the trade deadlock.

The Refugees

already decided that the best way | the Netherlands.

to foree a war is more Moslem But in practically all cases, and considering
slaughter to provoke reprisals! that the demand for used royalty is poor and the
against Hindus in Pakistan Ben-| market glutted, Europe’s deposed aren’t faring Ti
gal. This would justify India’s},qly in the postwar years.

armed intervention. Take, for example, 26-year-old former King |

1
Because they believe India will | p of Yugoslavia. When his father, King)

ete’
attack Pakistan, Hindus from! Alexander, died Peter was descrbed as the ‘ ‘rich- ||
Pakistan Bengal are swarming in-

s vy world.”
to Calcutta at the rate of nearly | © aioe Ral = throne in the rise of the Marshal
100,000 a week.

They are adding their weight of |
poverty, fear and homelessness to |
the 6,500,000 others who are al-
ready turning Calcutta into aj American
gigantic slum, a breeding ground | reportedly
of desperation. a purpose.

rout such a background war Peter, his wife, the former Princess Alexandra |
cannot seem so terrible a prospect. | of Greece, and their five-year-old son are shopping |
But I did find one bright ray,| for a house in or near London. Already in Lon-
down in the industrial heart of | don residence are his mother, Queen Marie, and his
Calcutta—in Howrah—where 400} brothers, Tomislav and Andrea. i
Hindus and Moslems died in the} An erstwhile neighbour of Peter’s, King Zog|
biggest pitched battle this year.! of Albania, is going through a lot of the same |

I sat last night in a command | regal motions as before Mussolini, and then the}

| of the royal exchequer.

social merry-go-round and
is prepared to settle down to life with|



'
post with an Indian Army officer.! Communists, took over in his country. But Zog's |
His chest was bright with the| present base of operations is a villa in Alexandria, |
British campaign ribbons of |

Egypt. :
There the 54-year-old Zog lives the good lite |
; : with his tall beautiful wife Geraldine—once known!
18 Hindus in one day recently, |as the “white rose of Hungary”—and ten- year- |
more—to

while his troops shot | old Prince Leka. i
rescue 15,000 besieged Moslems. |

Spirit of Sanity A Royal Reutine

!
; A royal retinue is at hand and when the oid-|
E talked the lingo of the old};
Indian Army

time urge gets him Zog can parade around in any rr

He was pukka.| one of a number of exotic uniforms that were

“You see, old boy, although they| the envy of hotel doormen and U.S. Army Air|
divided the best army in Asia we| Corps lieutenants. }
have not forgotten what we) Zog according to friends, still dreams of the|
learned—nor the friends we had| day he will again ascend the Albanian throne. |

Africa and Europe. He was proud
of them. He was a Hindu. He shot

|

and fought beside — Moslem, | Another former Balkan emperor who owes the}
Hindu, English. We are NON-| gemise of his dynasty to the Communists is 12-
communal and we're fighting to |

year-old Simeon of Bulgaria, who was Weer
“OT . 4 a a .| Xing in 1943, following the mysterious eath ©
‘ I know all the Pak Army chaps | his father, King Boris, after a visit to Adolf Hitler
on the other side, and if. I met}

them now I'd say, ‘Hello, old boy, |at Berchtesgaden.

keep the peace right now.



sn) 7 - Simeon reigned just a year and then slipped
have a drink.’ Just like we u . Snir
nN + cak* Just lke: we ued quietly out of the country via Istanbul and Cairo
“Tf we were ordered to war, of | With his mother Ionno. He was officially de-
course, we would go iust the same. | throned in 1946 via Plebescite. F
3ut if we can crack down hard| Simeon and his mother were awarded some |

adness we shal] | $2 20,000,000 in lieu of their estates, and while it |
here will be isn’t certain how much they ever actually re-
blokes who | ceived, the word is that Simeon has enough to get

lc a oiaasa in| along until he reaches man’s estate and his

y.” muscles are firm enough for work.

The young ex-monarch has been reported vari

enough on this n
not have to fi
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was—there may be | school in the south of France.
hope.—(L.E.S



Things have been looking up a bit for ex-king|
—— | Umberto of Italy. Counsel for the king and other |
members of the Italian royal family said during}

Brown a court action in Britain a few months back tha!

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they — having money troubles. |

But Umberto, so the story goes, has received a} r
| good hunk of sterling held in Britain during = | STANSFEL",
war and has been commuting comfortably ©- | Seco 650 SSE

tween Estoril, Portugal, and Cannes, France.

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ommutes without his wife, however. Marie

The rest of Europe’s royalty becomes sort of

gamble would be tremendous | $44. when mention is made of ex-king Michael
one, and he may think that his| Of Romania. The news has been circulating for
best course is to await events, | Some time that young Michael—he of the perpetual

which he judges will not be slow | frown—is looking for “a job.”

nor trivial.

Miakes No Blunders



} A year ago, when photographers came to take

Meantime, Mr. Morrison's for- | pictures of his baby daughter Margaret, Michael
tunes soar. He has recovered! insisted the shooting be done outside the Lausanne
from that serious illness which) home. The inference was that Michael didn’t
sometime ago might, it seemed,| want to show how modestly the home was fur-
have enforced his retirement. nished. °

His cautious and calculating Michael, wife Princess Anne of Burbon-Parma |
line commends itself TGER £0 the | and daughter were crowded into a four-room |}
Parliamentary Party than the! bungalow. a house additionally crowded by the
Page mening of all adventurism. presence of three servants.

{f he =

he makes
He is, so to

ee eee Since then Michael reportedly has moved to San
blunders.

no great
no great | Domenico, on the hills above Florence, Italy, to

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“PThe ee ee es | sore the 15th century home of his mother, Quen
circumstances have proved his| **@€"-

great rival Mr. Ernest Bevtn,| Michael’s father, ex-king Carol, has been the}
is now out of the picture, from} subject of a good deal of speculation but little}
age, and, unhappily, from illness,| hard fact. He is believed, to have a large estate,
too

| but since leaving the throne he has at various!

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Tito brand of “people’s democracies,” but not all | |
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‘cas akin, Vrs att ie c times disposed of personal possession, including a}
aiicest ks Se ee tee visible in the Governmental | highly-valued stamp collection for cash.
Prime Minister's interpretation omenene and new appointments— At last report, he is in Portugal, with Madam|
was that it showed he had been Pétucularly in the appointment | Lupescu. }
capra of Mr. Maurice Webb as Food| - el
ME Minister Ex-royalty of Spain and Portugal seem fairly |
: ° Each leading Minister in a} well off. Dom Duarte Nuno, 42-year-old Duke
Sparring Partner of backers and their fortunes | of Braganza, lives in Switzerland, with his wife, |
i} : rise or fall with his. The} a dark-haired Brazilian beauty, and their son. |
So having announced before Morrison men have done well} There has been some talk in Portugal, of per-|
the Election that he would be out of the reconstruction of the| mitting Dom Duarte and his family to return to
leaving the Ministry of Health— Government, and Mr. Morrison’s| Portugal. But meanwhile Dom Duarte and his}
pe eel or UunES— influence is paramount. | mother, Queen Amelia, live in ease on the pro-|
Since the election he has been Sir Hartley Shawcross has, to ceeds of family estates granted by the Portuguese|
a ee “ : ak er we “i government, The ageing Queen Amelia was last
mum, so far as the great con- a considerable extent lived sn at h Vv il
troversies ot politics are con- down his indiscretion—* we are | 7¢P®:-°o at a chateau in Versailles.
cerned, the masters now.” He is now 4
His sparring partner, Mr. more of the Attorney-General, On the Spanish side, the Duke of Barcelona,|
Shinwell, has moved away from and less of the party politician,| Otherwise known as Don Juan, has been flitting|
him towards Mr Morrison. than he was, and in this he is| between England and France, involved in law suits
There is a Left in the Parlia- discreet over the large family inheritance but getting along
mentary Socialist Party, and Mr He probably sees himself best| until and if his hope of a renewed Spanish mon-
Bevan is its obvious leader. But Government has his own coterie; arch are fulfilled.
the nature of the Parliamentary fitted for another non-party role, The really bleak spot in the picture of royalty
deadlock sterilises and stifles that of Foreign Secretary, when| is the ex-crown Prince of Germany, Friedrich
Mr. Bevan. Mr. Bevin seeks retirement—| Wilhelm von Hohenzollern. “Little Willie” is just
Not until there is a big change though I fancy that the worthy | about flat broke.
in the Parliamentary situation Dr. Dalton has an eye on that He lives in a small villa at Hechigen, near Doorn,
can Mr, Bevan’s fortunes again too, and perhaps Mr. Bevan has,| and lost most of his fortune in 1945 through Rus-
soar. as well sian seizure of his estates.
He may in certain circum- The dance goes on. Now he keeps a tea shop, sells postcards, and
stances feel disposed to creiute World Copyright Reserved lets visitors tour Hohenzollern castle at 25 cents |
that change himself, but the —L.E.S.



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To the Editor, The Advocate Had Mr, Br ian Kir a's statement who pays $1 20 or $1.50 for a seat been flying about and I have won- get rid of them. with the possible meeting of the
—Your leader, “Dramatic been carried into effect and inter- at the Empire Theatre to see an dered why some sort of a cam- I was in a home recently and West Indies and Australian teams
SIR,—Your ‘day’s Advo- est in the amateur theatre subsid- amateur production does so for paign against them has not been saw several bowls of water about. at cricket appearing in the news-
Development in to-c a ed, it is easy to imagine how jts entertainment value, not be- taken. Everyone knows how des- I asked what they were for and papers both local and overseas;
cate reminds me that ae slang roundly the Britisn Council would cause he is interested in the local tructive wood ants are, but yet was told that beetles were very I don’t pretend to know the an-
existence a set dln oe have been abused, and how ridi- charities which are to benefit few people take any heed or try troublesome and as soon as one swer to this conumdrum on
for a projected eer pe ttt uled, for wasting the British tax- for these are often unnamed. If to get rid of them. Any old wood came along it was dumped in the — 1 :
dos. These —— aa . _ payers’ money and for presenting the same individual were asked lying about or a rotten tree or water. The next morning they Assuming that the West Indies
detailed explana ad Nias és _ Bar th a white e'ephant. to contribute $1.20 or $1.50 to one stump are good breeding places were all col’ected and hot water peat England this summer “al
duced by Mr. Haro or hak s That tt is a keen interest IN of these charities, in many cases and should be destroyed. Let us thrown on them and destroyed. hope they will), I would like tc
years ago. Mr. Young has haat S atre in it rent Forms the answer would be “I cannot look around our yards and see The lady of the home told me it disclose that such a meeting ¢ seed
wide knowledge of the tear’ ig obvious from 1 niertain= afford it”, yet he cheerfully pays and get rid of all old wood and was her idea and it proved very not take place until Oct her 1954 |
both in Great Br sein ha #3 nor, vents Surely it possible t© that price for his theatre seat. It tree stumps. The cleaning up may effective in getting rid of thd —--yurch 1955 all bei! : wal.”
United States, a 7 Sara fcbm a committee of interested js possible that he may already cost a few shillings but it will beetles for since last year all mem- 7 aed “ we
tory theatre of et . oa a » persons, with representatives from subscribe to the charity; but it is the saving of a few pounds bers of the home had been col t the conclusion of the present
Before the war he ae “west. | dramatic societies raise more probable that it is the old 1 find that kerosene oil sprayed lecting the beetles and now there West Indies tour of England the |
theatrical tours Pais , = funds for the building of a theatre story of value for money in any hole in the wood that has were very few around M Cc C. team wa ty - ing to
Indies. oe oe eo le ines indicated by Mr The time has come for action been eaten by wood ants kills I hope that these words of mine Australis i 1950-51, So - Ae |
based on Mr. Youngs ow a When it is clear that @ end not moans about a statement them. If each householder would will help in awakening the minds tit be there in Australi "tat
ond experience, no} we? Pi val Sufficiently large number of per- made five years ago by Mr. Brian try and get rid of their breeding of others to eradicate the evils 1951—52 Aiseeeases would be id
actcr and proguces,: ove ts. Last £0ns are willing to put their hands King. The local dramatic societies places it would mean a mentioned guest af tudia Pakista, a i i
conditions fee See Bi j into their own pockets to assist should convene a public meeting life to our homes and th ERADICATOR lon oo" 195: sa 3. — ‘Asia
oy ceulas of th ‘e plans, a set pip be ai ete ro eae ~e ae _ taken would be amply, re- 1954—1955 will be going to England in *
which, I understood, was in t hain a8 3 the y ob a oat he laecmunee 2 euiee aeaaia paid the private ts oie SIR,—There has been some summer of 1953, and New Zealand
island. Cour B i- for the building of a ‘theatr F fully a ve to the voor verbal eqpoat . ‘ ae. ey oa: be —— a tralia. ”
long been regarded as a b¢ , NEVILLE CONNELI its cause and t ge neha aeeaiten nein sete iam tian:
lent milch cow in the West I ae ee om @ LETTERS which are signed with a nom-de-plume, but un-
During the vi Anril 19 . tf : accompanied by the customary bona fides, will be ignored.
dba : C Militens of Ante ‘ Many such reach the Editor’s desk each week, and readers
war funds as no cert ; oe . a es , i t S ‘ are again reminded of the necessity for the writer's name to
that this inte in the amat ant — ‘eat ee. aera Se . be known to the Editor, not for publication, but as an assur-
“The Brith, Council has f ts in tl nillions have ‘ ance of good faith.

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gATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1950

es ‘Saucer’

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; nearly all the reports,
; aries Saucers being seen,
coming from Christ Church.
\ jack Ashby, a Swan Street
* act who lives at Oistins, told
eradvocate” yesterday that he
me what appeared to be a Flying
a sr at about 4.00 am. on
caarst. he thought it was the
oe on Oistins Hill, oppo-
ste the Church, and after looking
Second time ne saw both the
’ “street light and the shining object.
: next regarded it as a star but
Be vered that it was shin-
oe very pright and was low in
the SH ig that it resembled an
, aad paloon which was illu-
aol On the top was a white
: somewhat like a star, while
light ont at the bottom part was
mauve which gradually
deeper in shade until it was







; oe st blue
g Mr. prcrll feels that what peo-
Weare calling Flying Saucers may

ated baloons from _ some
a can Naval ag He said
ef rhaps the Americans may
g eerimenting with these
i and a few drift away. He
ted out that these baloons
“may even be controlled from Sta-
- tions.



LY all businesses in the
i sty and its precincts carry
i ot show the nae ot the
E t there is at least one
R oS at No, 121 Rogbuck Street
Pp carry no sign.
| “This business belongs to Mr.
’ who is a welder and has
; kshop there. ;
bis ARCH for Kenneth Kinch
- A of Wavell Avenue was ended
i ‘uring the morning by P.C. Ken-
a Murphy at Round The Town,
St. Peter. Kinch was at his aunt’s

e.

Later in the day be appeared
‘pefore His Worship Mr. E. A.
eod, City Police Magistrate,
on a charge of using threats to
ee Deane and was placed on a

® pond of £1 for six months,
7 DNA HACKETT of Sobers
E Lane reported that her resi-
B® dence was broken and entered re-
a cently and a quantity of clothing

'® to the value of $7.96 taken.
“T\ORCAS BOVELL of Richmond
Gap, a passenger on a mule
drawn cart, along Barbarees Road
at about 3.55 p.m. on Thursday,
was injured ae detained at the

General Hospital.
5 ered . the accident were
‘motor lorry E78, owned by
“Messrs. Plantations Ltd., and driv-
en by Cecil Griffith of Checker
—#® Hall, St. Lucy, and the cart, owned
by Dudley Saunders of Upper Col-
Rock and driven by Alex-
nder Devonish of the same
address. Devonish was wounded
ghis chin. The cart and harness
ere damaged.

L<$¢4

- 1950 Su:

gar Crop

Put at 145,000 Tons

THE 1950 sugar crop it is
of 145,000 tons of sugar, y
in his monthly notes.

e weather conditions during
the month of March were very
satisfactory and the rainfall was
above average. Moderate to light
intermittent showers were experi-
enced during the month, with
well-distributed heavy showers
on the 5th, 20th and 2ist,

According to rainfall returns
received to date, from stations sit-
vated in areas typical of all rain-
fall categories of the Island, the
average total rainfall for the
month was 2.78 inches, being 1.41
inches more than that for March,
1949, and 0.87 inch in excess of
the average for March for the
past 100 years.

The highest totai fall for March,
1950, was 5.66 inches, registered
at a station in the parish of St.
Thomas and the lowest was 1.14
inches, recorded at a station in
the parish of St. Philip,

Sugar Cane.—The harvesting of
the cane crop was continued dur-
ing the month. According to in-
formation received, the quality of
the juice is now excellent ‘and
some factories report taking lesg
than 8 tons of cane to produce 1
ton of sugar. With this good re-
covery, it is now estimated that
the equivalent of 145,000 tons of
sugar may be expected.

The young plant cane crop made
good growth durjpg the month
and the ratoons, in the early har-
vested fields, are growing very
satisfactorily.

Food Crops.—There was an ad-
equate supply of ground provis-
jons and of some ‘market garden’
crops, particularly yams, sweet
potatoes, tomatoes and carrots.

The survey of locally grown

food crops for the period 1949-
50, as required under the
Local Food Production (De-
fence) Control Order, 1942,
No. 2, has been completed
and it is most gratifying to
note that the acreage actually
planted was 917 acres in ex-
cess of that required under
the Order.

A meeting of the Advisory Com-
mittee on Local Food Production
was held during the month, and it
was decided that the acreage to
be planted during the 1950-51
Crop Year should be the same as
that for the past season,

Peasani Agriculture

Food Crops.—Good rainfall
conditions since the beginning of
the year enabled a considerable
amount of ‘catch cropping’ to be
done, so that green vegetables
were plentiful in March. Peasants
experienced some difficulty in
marketing their crops of vegetables

estimated, may be the equivalent
vrites the Director of Agriculture

animals and young stock bora
during the month. Eight hundred
and forty-three gallons of milk
were produced. Six weaners were
sold to peasants for rearing and
3 head of old stock disposed of
for butcher’s meat.

A total of 277 services was paid
for at the Stations during the
month. These were as follows:—
bulls 136, bucks 46, rams 24,
boars 71. The number of services
paid for from January to March,
1950 was 760, as compared with
826 for the same period last year.

Botanical

Sugar Cane Seedlings. By the
end of the month most of the
seedlings had been potted and
dead plants were being replaced

Second Year Seedling Trials.
The Second Year Seedling
Trials. at Hothersal and Bowman-
ston were cut during the month,
as well as the Short Season Trial
at Codrington. Twenty-nine selec-
tions were made in ali, four of
which were for the breeding plots
at Groves only, and the remain-
der for further trial in Barbados
and other contributing colonies.

Third Year Seedling ‘Trials.
Four Third Year Seedling Trials
were reaped during the month.
Two of these were plant cane
trials, one First Ratoon, and one
Second Ratoon Trial.

Select Seedling Trials. Three
Select Seedling Trials were cut
during the month. B.41211 proved
to be outstanding, greatly out-
yielding all other varieties in
tonnage of cane. The results of
juice analyses are not yet avail
able.

|Economic Tree Propagation
And Distribution

The following fruit trees were
budded during the month:—
orange 72, yrapefruit 32, lime
264, or a total of 368. Fruit trees
delivered from Codrington were
as follows:—

Orange 55, Mandarin 2
Lime 81, Grapefruit 21.

Pears 26, Lemon 5.

Shaddock 3, Pomelo 7

Soursop 7, Golden Apple 4.

Sugar Apple 8, Papaw 5.

Guava 12, Dwarf Coconuts 6 242,

Distribution of Ornamental
Plants. Six hundred and forty-
seven ornamental plants of differ-
ent species were distributed.

Afforestation. In addition to the
above, 375 casuarina trees were
also distributed.

Moth Borer Control. During
March 51,396,400 egg parasites,
Trichogramma, were bred in the
laboratory, of which total 45,281,-

ON ROAD, Christ Church especially carrots, beet, cabbage 200 were available for distribu-

was the scene of an accident
t about 12.45 p.m. on Thursday
between motor lorry M1112,
‘owned by G. C. Farnum of Gra-
wettes Road, Black Rock and
‘driven by Harold Griffith of the
same address, and another lorry,
'X 324, owned by Messrs. John-
sons Stables & Garage Ltd., and
‘driven by Oscar Griffith of Black
Rock.



Part of the platform of X 324
was damaged.
: FEW VENDORS selling
sweets around the City are
taking precaution against flies and
dust. Some were seen yesterday
with their trays covered with
‘cellophane paper or plastic mate-
tial covering the sweets while
‘others are using small glass cases.
| @ On many occasions authorities
‘B® have criticised the way in which
| Be these sweets are offered for sale
and many thought it a “perfect
form” of spreading disease.
A few people told the “Advo-
tate” yesterday that they were
ery glad to see that the vendors
are taking proper precautions.
A N ACCIDENT occurred at the
“84% Lower Wharf, near Messrs.
DaCosta & Co’s Warehouse, at
Be about 3.00 p.m. on Thursday be-
een a motor van owned by Ra-
dio Distribution Ltd., which was
charge of Winston Goddard of
ley, Christ Church,
bicyele owned by Leonard Gill of
~ # Tudor Street and ridden by Ches-
field Mayers of Hillaby, St.
homas,
The carrier, handle bar and
“Bert wheel of the cycle were
damaged, Mayers complained of
‘Pains in his chest and back.
R RIDGETOWN WAS busy yes-
\i terday. Planters, managers
and book-keepers could be seen
Stolling arouhd. The tempera-
ure was 85 degrees in the shade
and because of this many faces
pink.
Many pedestrians failed to use
crossing lanes while others

Fwalked in the street instead of on More of them to adopt soil con- pe attributed to the

He pavements.

“a een 12 and 12.15 p.m,
‘Opposite Messrs. Cave Shepherd
} 50 pedestrians crossed out
Of the lanes and many had to

imp out of the way of cyclists.
PEDESTRIANS will soon be
4@—~ able to make use of the foot-
ith adjoining the Victoria Bridge.
k on the footpath continued
ge ySlerday and it is expected to be

shed shortly.
Another footpath is at present
3 ing erected in Trafalgar Square
4 here the buses formerly parked.
Passengers alighting in the Square
ri tom Christ Church "buses will be
J to make use of this one.

New Vicar of St. Mark’
St. Catherine’s

and tomatoes. By the end of the
month the position was somewhat
eased and better prices were be-
ing obtained. The reaping of
yams, sweet potatoes and eddoes
continued during the month.

Sugar Cane—On fhe whole,
cultivators appear satisfied with
the yields being obtained from the
1948-50 cane crop. The young
plant canes are growing and til-
lering remarkably well.

Cotton.—Harvesting of cottoa
was almost completed by the end
of March, and in many instances
peasants had begun to destroy
their plants.

Groundnuts.—-The demand for
groundnuts for planting was con-
tinued. The supply reserved at
the district Stations for distribu-
tion to growers has been exhaust-

Tree Crops.—The following lo-
cally produced fruits were in
moderate supply in the markets
during the month:—breadfruit,
benanas, cocoanuts, papaws and
guavas. Mango and pear trees
are now in flower and give prom-
ise of fair yields later in the year.

Pests and Diseases.—Pests re-
ported on peasants’ plots in March
included scale insects on fruit and
ornamental trees, the cabbage
worm, slugs, and the sugar cane
moth borer. Advice on the control

Peasant Agricultural Instructors.
.. Peasant Livestock.— Adequate
amounts of concentrated feed and
green fodder were available dur-
ing the month.

Extension Work

Five hundred and seventy-six
peasant holdings and fifteen school
gardens were visited by the Peas-
ant Agricultural Instructors in
March, Thirty-six mango trees
were top-worked.

Now that peasants are getting
their land cleared of the ripe cane
crop, efforts are being made
wherever advisable to induce

servation measures by cultivating
their land on the contour system.
Instructors have already com-
menced to lay off the key con-
tours on some of these plots. Work
on others will be undertaken in
due course.

Competitions The preliminary
judging of the school vegetable
gardens entered for the compe-
tition in connection with the An-
nual Exhibition took place during
the month.

Irrigation. Careful considera-
tion is being given to a number of
applications for assistance under
the Colonial Development and
Welfare Scheme, which continue
to come in from peasant farmers.

assistance during the month with

tion to the planters. So far, a
total of 78,221,800 egg parasites
has been distributed this year.
Extensive repairs are being
carried out to one of .the moth
breeding double units in order to

increase ventilation and lighting
of the interior.
Laboratory -rearing and _ field

liberation of the larval parasite
Lixophaga were maintained

Factory yard counts of bored
joints in whole plant canes was
continued, and results so far show
a satisfactory control over the
cane moth borer.

Bored cane counts and cane rind
hardness measurements of new
varieties were carried out in

second year Cane Breeding Sta-
tion trials at Bowmanston, and
cuttings of new varieties classi-
fied in pre-harvest stalk counts
as resistant and susceptible to
borer attack were taken for pro-
pagation in next year’s Entomo-
logical plots at Codrington.

Counts of Diatraea egg deposi-
tion and parasitism were contin-
ued at Codrington.

Root Borer of Sugar Cane.
Further evidence of the attack by
this pest in canefields was seen
during the month.

Vegetable Crops. The breeding

and a Of these pests was given by the of the pupal parasites of cab-

bage and cauliflower defoliators
was continued. Nine hundred and
seventy-nine P. monuste puparia
were collected and used for
laboratory rearing of this para-
site, of which 12,440 were bred
during the month. The total of
these parasites bred so far is
88.730, of which the majority
have been liberated in the field.
No field recoveries of this intro-
duced parasite have been made so
far. The numbers of cabbage
white butterflies seen this year are
very much less than usual, but
the reductton cannot at present
introduced
parasites.

.. White Fly. Two consignments of
Coccinellids for control of white
fly on cocenut and other palms
were received from Trinidad.
Some were kept for laboratory
observations but th. majority
were liberated on the windward
coast at Morgan Lewis.

Wood Ant Inspections, Two
public buildings, three private
buildings and 40 cases of tea
were inspected during March,

CHEMICAL

Mechanical analysis of 8 soil
samples have been completed; 5
samples from Parks Planvation
and 3 from Haggatts Plantation.

Total exchangeable bases, nitro-

$ Cultivators were given further gen, free calcium carbonate and

organic carbon have been deter-

mi Appointments Board met galvanised pipe for the extension mined on one soil sample.

$0 April 21st. and on the nomina-
d of the Revd. Canon G, L. G.
et Ville, Rector @ St. Philip,
Bai erend William Beresford
ihe thwaite, L.Th., of Anguilla, in
_vlocese of Antigua, was
®Ppointed Vicar of St. Mark’s with
Catherine's in succession to

pe Revd. L. A. D. Woodland.

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Junior Table Tennis Com-
Panom at the ¥.M.CA. at
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, Football ington with only 3.55 inches for the sam

5.00 Damn. : on * period last year ge res

Senior Table Tennis Com- Crop Husbancry. The harvest-

© at the Y.M.C.A., at ing of the 1948-50 cane crop and

6.00 pm, ARERR general cultural operations weré
Basket 3 4 ‘ continued at all Stations. —

! at 7.30 a“ o ee & Livestock. Livestock at the six

—, Stations at the end of March

intention numbered 158, including stud

of existing units. :
The Agricultural Stations
Rainfall at the Stations was as

follows:—
Total for Total to Total for same
March, 1950 date, 1950 period, 1949

The Home (St. Philip)
2.17 8.9
Seyes Court (Ch. Ch.)
2.64

2.79
; 9.73 2.79
Groves (St. George)
te 3.81 13.16 5.9%

Jerusalem (St. Peter)

2.93 11.79 4.78
R . Andrew)
Haggatts (St ao 9.81 287
(St, James)
Bullen (St ses 11.38 2.09

Further to the work on avail-
able phosphate in _ soils which
were analysed by Saint approxi-
mately 20 years ago, 35 water
soluble phosphate soil extractions
have been made, and determina-
tion on the Spekker commenced.

Field. The camber bed cultiva-
tion trial at Pine was inspected.
It would seem that the June
plantings could be cut later this
season if required.

A visit to Union Hall was made
in relation to investigate into the

The average rainfall at each of chloride content of irrigated land

the six Stations for the first three in Barbados

months of the year was, there-

fore, 10.75 inches, as compared



Ten samples were
taken from irrigated and non-
irrigated areas.

General. A new type of soil
auger . for taking undisturbed
samples of soil to a depth of
pighteen inches for tilth estima-
tions was experimented with. The|
design, as constructed locally. |

has a fault which will need to be
rectified before the
atisfactory

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Another Steel Shed

Conchuded For Queen’s Park
—To Mark 100th Exhibition

Civil Service
Conference

THE Federation of Civil Ser-
vice Association in the Caribbean
area, concluded their Fourth Con-
ference at Harrison College yes-
terday evening after sitving for
five days.

When the Conference resumed
yesterday, they dealt with the
suggesvion to amend Colonial Re-
gulation 66 in order to provide
that junior officers who are being
disciplined, may have an enquiry
presided over by a nominee of the
Labour Department and also of
the Officers’ Association along
wich the head of the Department.

suggestion was that
confidential reports against «an
officer, must be sent to him for
his information and be signed by
him before being forwarded to
Government.

Another

A slight amendment to the Rules
of the Association, providing for
increase of subscription was made.

After dealing with a’ few other
matters of general application to
the area, the Conference appointed
the following officers for the en-
suing period: —

Mr. C, Holman Williams (Trini-
dad), President; Mr. C. A, Coppin
(Barbados), First Vice-President;
Mr. A. F. G. Louisy (St. Lucia),
Second Vice-President; Mr. C. H.
Dickson (Jamaica), Secretary;
Miss L. Rowley (Grenada),
Assistant Secretary and Mr. L. C.
Bowen (Trinidad), Treasurer.

A vote of thanks was moved to
the Barbados Civil Service
Association for entertaining the
delegates and also to the Gov-
erning Body of Harrison College
for allowing the Conference the
use of their hall. The Conference
then adjourned.



Letters Of
Administration
Granted

IN THE Court of Ordinary
yesterday the Chief Judge granted

two petitions for Letters of
Administration,
The first was of Winston

Orville Oscar
Swan St.,

Haynes of No. 2
Bridgetown, Solicit~-,
as the constituted attorney of
Mrs. Addie Rosetta Gillard
Bynoe of Colon, Panama, widow,
to the estate of ELVIRA JOSE-
PHINE WICKHAM also known
as Elvira Josephine Cadogan de
Wickham and sometimes referred
to as Josephine Wickham, late of
Colon, widow, deceased. Mr.
D. H. L. Ward instructed by
Messrs. Haynes & Griffith, solici-
tors appeared for the Petitioner,

The other petition was that of
Austin Luther Tudor of St.
Michael, Esquire, to the estate oi
his wife Carmen Sylvia Tudor,
deceased. Mr. H. D. Walwyn
instructed by Messrs. Yearwood
& Boyce, Solicitors, appeared for
the Petitioner.

The Chief Judge also admitted ‘to
probate, the Wills of Edith W. Burton,
Walter R. M. Wynne, Allan C. Perkins
Gertrude Crawforl, Vandyke John, Fitz-
Iterbert Gibbons, Ethel Gibbs, Elizabeth
Graham, (St. Michael); Minnie G. Mc
Kinstry, Leonard Roach, Edwin E
Sampson, Joseph N. Edghill, Amanda
Fivz-Allen Weekes, (Christ Church)
Alonza Proverbs (St. Philip); Luther
M. Jones (St. George); Benjamin E. A
Clarke (St. James); Rosetta L. Headley
St. Peter).



In The Court For
Divoree And

Matrimonial Causes

HIS Honour the Chief Judge in
the Court for Divorce and Matri-
monial Causes yesterday, pro-
nounced decree nisi in the suit of
Wilbur Hallman White (Petition-
er) and Muriel Nester White

(Respondent) .

Legal appearances were Mr,
1). H. L. Ward insiructed by
Hutchinson and Banfield for the
Petitioner and Mr. E. K. Walcott,
K.C., instructed by G. L. W. Clarke
and Co. for the Guardian ad litem
appointed to act for and on behalf
of the Respondent.

The Court ordered that costs.be
borne by the Petitioner.

The Chies Judge also gran\ed
decree absolute in the suit of M.
A. Bradshaw (Petitioner) and W.
W. Bradshaw (Respondent) .

In this suit decree nisi
granted on March 3, 1950.

Mr. W. W. Reece K.C. in-
structed by Mr, L. E, R. Gill of
Messrs. Cottle Catford & Co.,
appeared for the Petitioner,

Decree absolute was also grant-
ed in the suiz of.C. M. Hassell
(Petitioner) and J. G. Hassell
( Respondent)

In this suit deeree nisi was also
granted on March 3, 1950,

Mr. W. W. Reece K.C. in-
structed by Mr. C. B. Brooks u!
Messrs Yearwood & Boyce, ap-
peared for vhe Petitioner.

was



BRONZE ANGEL—PINK
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PLANS are well advanced f
shed at Queen’s Park. The

tural Society states that the Society

shed which recently arrived

or the erection of another steel
Annual Report of the Agricul-
urchased the steel

from the United Kingdom and

that is hoped it will be possible to erect it in time for this

year’s exhibition, the Society’s hundredth.
Mr. C, L. Sealy, last term’s pres-*——————

ident, presented the report of the
Committee of Management for the
year 1949 at yesterday’s Annual
General meeting of the Society.

One of the uses of the shed is io
serve as a restaurant during the
exhibition. Government has been
petitioned for a grant of £1,000
to assist.

The report shows that the
finances of the Society are in a
healthy state in spite of heavy
increases in some items of ex-
penditure at the last exhibition.
The surplus at the end of last

year was $8,970.14, an increase of
$651.46 on 1948's surplus.

The Society elected Mr. C. M.
Drayton as their new president,

Before making a survey of the
last year’s activities, the outgoing
President, Capt. C. L. Sealy wel-
comed the new Director of Agri-
culture, Mr. C. C. Skeete and
thanked Sir John Saint for the ser-
vices he had done in that depart-
ment while in the post of Director
of Agriculture. For thirteen years,
he said, Dr. Saint had served in
that capacity and had always given
them his best support.

Speaking on the rat campaign,
he said that the Society had con-
ducted another campaign in co-
operation with the Department’ of
Science and Agriculture and some
800,000 rats’ baits had been sold.
Another campaign is scheduled
for 1950.

The Society did not concentrate
on rats in Bridgetown, but they
were willing to exterminate rats
anywhere in the island, It had been
mentioned that if they killed rats
in the country and did nothing
about them in the town, they
would really have done nothing

Their Committee, he was sure,
would assist in any movement to
kill rats, whether in the city or
elsewhere, Their campaigns, how-
ever, had been successful.

Jamaican Visit

He said that it was a tribute
to the island that a delegation of
the Jamaica Agricultural Society
had visited Barbados to see what
they were doing. It was gratifying
to know that Jamaicans could
come to the island to learn some-
thing. Much good could be done
when a large country took a page
out of a small country’s book.

He was glad that they had taken
a hand in showing the island’s
feelings om the sugar question
‘There was no doubt that the liveli-
ood of everybody in Barbados de-
pended on sugar. The Committee
had passed a Resolution telling
the Secretary of State for the Colo-
aies that they viewed the sugar
question with alarm.

In their transactions for the last
exhibition they had as usual gain-
ed the full support of the members
of the Committee. That, he thought,
Was very necessary as all the
people of Barbados looked for-
ward to it.

The firms of the city had added
extra grandeur to the exibition

by building booths and displaying
their wares. They looked forward
to the coming exhibition to be

the greatest ever.

The original idea of the steel
shed was to do away with the
annual expenditure of having to
rent lumber to build a luncheon
shed. That shed was necessary
for the judges and others to take
lunch in after their arduous

work,
A Benefit
It had been agreed that if they
built a permanent shed it would
be a financial benefit for the fu-
ture. The shed, too, would be of
use to the general public. It was

for that reason that the Society
looked forward with confidence
that Government would assist
them.

At the request of the manage-
ment he had been asked to see
the Colonial Secretary on the
matter. He had been very help-
ful and promised to do every-
thing within his power to assist
him because he thought it a
worthwhile scheme, He instructed
him to write him a letter on be-
half of the management stating
all the facts,

His three years as _ president
was up end according to the rules
another president had to be
elected. He thanked the manage-
ment for their support during his
term of service and then nomin-
ated Mr. Drayton as the new
president.

Mr. R. E. King was elected
Senior Vice-President and Mr.
F. E. C. Bethell, M.C.P., Junior
Vice-President.

The Hon. G. D. L. Pile with-
drew from the Committee of

Management and Mr. C. C. Skeete
‘was appointed.

The Committee of Management
are: Mr. C. M. Drayton, President,
Mr, R. E. King, Senior Vice-Pres-

@ On Page 8



HERE AT LAST...

POND'S
ANGEL FACE

New make up that goes on without water
in Flattering Shades

ANGEL—TAWNY ANGEL

Experimental
Station For
Trinidad
THE SECRETARY OF STATE
for the Colonies has recently ap-
proved of a project to develop a
large Central Experimental Sta-
tion at Centeno near Piarco Air-
port, Trinidad, where laboratories
and living accommodation will
also be provided for the Specialist
Staff of the Department of Agri-
culture, Mr. C. Holman Williams,
Deputy Director of Agriculture of
that colony told the “Advocate”

yesterday,

President of the Federation of
Civil Service Associations in the
Caribbean area, Mr. Williams ar-
rived in Barbados last week for
the Civil Service Conference
which ended at Harrison College
yesterday. He is staying at “The
Risk”, St. James.

He said that the Specialist staff
would include a Chief Scientific
Officer, an Entomologist, a Path-
ologist, a Soil Survey Officer, an
Economic Botanist and three
Agronomists.

The senior staffing position of
the Department of Agriculture
had now greatly improved and the
only vacancies at the moment
were for a Senior Agricultural
Officer and two Veterinarians, as
a Pathologist had been selected
and was due to arrive in Sep-

tember,
Good Crop

Mr. Williams said that Trini-
dad’s sugar crop was good and
should not be far short of the re-
cord crop harvested in 1949,

The citrus crop was a record one
and the products were being sold |
at attractive prices and crates for
frésh fruit were now being made
locally

The cocoa crop was good, al- |
though it would have been better
if the 1949 wet season had been
less prolonged.

The shipment of Gros Michel |
bananas to the U.S. had been re-
sumed in a small way and appsox-
imately 4,000 bunches per month
were being despatched. ‘he
coffee crop had been good and
prices were favourable.

“Lady Nelson”
Due Tomorrow

THE “Lady Nelson’ is due
here on Sunday at daybreak. It
is coming from Canada via the
British Norther Islands.

Leaving the same night, the
Nelson will be sailing for British
Guiana via St. Vincent, Grenada
Trinidad and British Guiana.

Messrs. Gardiner Austin & Co.,
Ltd., are agents.

DONKEYS AND COPRA

Four donkeys and 458 bags of
Copra_ arrived here = y esterday
from St. Vincent. They were the
cargo of schooner Mandalay II.

Donkeys are now and again
brought here from St. Vincent by
schooners to be sold locally

25 YEARS AGO—Advocate,

April 22, 1925
Before Mr. P. A. Lynch, yes-

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— EDMUND EGBERT —

} will leave his late residence
Village, St. James at 4 p.m.
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(Wife), Bonnito
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h, cal Jonely houns of thinking 22.4.50—4n.

af of you are always near

EE remerabered by

e Aweiidred Rudder and friends. REAL ESTATE

7. = 22.4.50—In ee eeien

— Seinen ONE STONEWALL HOUSE standing

’ on 1 acre and 23 perches of lami 15 ed

SALE at Bridgefield, St. Thomas, containin:

FOR enclosed gallery, drawing ‘and aining

- rooms, two bedrooms, breakfast room

kitchen, water toilet and bath, also

TOMY Stonewall shop and garage, enclosed
yard. Apply on premises.

Ct tandard 12 h.p. Sedan. New 22.4.50—2n
attery. Tyres . No reasonable | —-———-——- es :
_yefused. Mrs. Sylvia Manning. A PORTION of a Cocoanut Estate

Cot, Hindsbury Rd. or Dial 21s, | St. LUCIA — 300 to 400 acres, with ane
; 22.4.50—2n. Mia were, S008 bearing. cocoanut trees |
panrpcnemntnerteneneee— 96 many young trees. a
R CAR—1938 V-8 Model in good running] suitable for cocoa, Seeae iit nd be
, S, Lashley, Channoxs, Christ] nas. Situated 7 miles from Castries on
ch or phone 4108. 21,4.50—3n | Government main read which runs 1%
miles through the land. Excellent house-
C 10 Prefect 1940. Recently | site 800 feet above sea-level with a
inted and overhauled. 3 good tyres,} neverfailing spring near by. Electricity
fay. Apply; P. A. Carter, phone 2266] available from power plant on nearby
21,4.50—8n | estate. °
- Apply G. L. HARFORD,
Ci One Chrysler Sedan Car, (1) Norwood,
ige Sedan Car, (1) Plymouth Seda: St. Jaynes.
amd (i) Ford Sedan Car, Apply: 20.4,50—6n,
. Hill, c/o Cosmopolitan Garage,
ine Lane. 19.4,50—5n BUNGALOW at Navy Gardens. Stone,
7 newly constructed. Three Bedrooms.
Bec .G. Sports Model, in good] Tunning water. All modern conveniences
ng order, new tyres and top. No| Garage, fruit trees, lawns. Archie
sasonal offer refused. Apply Jef-| Clarke. Phone 4530: 8 to 4 p.m.
drton. Phone 2425, 18.4.50—6n.
16 .4,50—6n eee —
jonnnledegetedains BUILDING SITE, on the seaside, with
Cc One Vauxhall 14-6, good work- Private Beach, Approximately, one and
ome. H. P. Harris & Co., Lower| ® Quarter acres. At Derricks, Paynes
wad Street. Phone 4(45. Bay, St. James, also wooden garage for
18.4.50—3n. | two cars, servants room, servants toilet
Da hn and large fowl run,

i CAR—One 1949 Hillman Saloon owner For inspection: Apply to Linden
fiven and in excellent condition. Cole} wrence (Caretaker) Opposite “Quaco-
k Co., Lid. 22.4.50—4n. | Bob’’ for further information to C. R
- ‘'oppin, “The Palms", Cheapside. Phone
EARChevrolet 1938. Good condition. No. 2001, 21.4,50—3n,

ly painted. Apply; S. G. Ward,
Michael. 22.4,50—6n. CAMELOT, Chelsea Road, standing on
«| app 12,600 sq. ft, solid wall Cottage
OR CAR—B.S.A. 10 H.P. fluia| Closed gallery, drawing room, 3 bedrooms,

i rw drive—alwas owner driver,| €ach with running water, modern con-

a condition with two extra tyres | Veniences, several fruit trees enclosed

‘ y: Mr. Archer; Redman & Taylors| APPly to Mrs. EB. Cole on premises from
erage. 21,4,50—74 | 4 to 6 p.m. except Sundays. Dial 3391.

_ 18.2.50—e.sa,, t.f.n.
OTOR CYCLE. . ;
HP) GIO. ee og tet | DWELLING HOUSE & BUSINFSS
n ly» to R. Cox, Harts Gap PREMISES. Containing approximately
. Co. . 18.4.50—2n 4,632 square feet. No. 69 Roebuck
ie “| Street.
TRUCK—One 1 svpolal A substantially erected stonewall!
order, ere corals. Deeks in building in good condition comprises
y: C. A. Godding. Bank Hall Cross DOWNSTAIRS Spacious store and
Da * . 19.4 $0—-3n, | Store rooms, entrance to. garage. Front-
ates “| age: 42’-10". Washing tanks, and many
Ei other facilities, concreted throughout
EI RICAL UPSTAIRS, 4 bedrooms, large draw-
_ ing and dining rooms, toilet and bath
COOLERA TOR. ;.| room. Front verandah.
in, Barbados a a eae Electric light, power and water are
. ** 20 4.50_-4n. , installed throughout, Inspection —»y
— i ; appainignent. Phone 2297.
: C7 TRO! r The above will be set up to public
pod Working ee ore competition at the office of the under-
; F Ma 4 50—1n, | Sismed on Friday the 28th., April 1950
= . = ripest “tat 2 p.m. For further particulars and
‘EI a, ieee conditions of sale apply to
Be a ee eee HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD
pees." \Allders Mocbuel solltigs
a Ree, 18.4, 50—6n
BEIMATOR—Coldepot, Ametican |
6 cubic ft. in perfect condition I have been instructed to offer for
workii 4 : *| sale that comfortable cottage. called
es oe reasonable | “Homestead”, situated at Crumpton
*, = gn | Street. It has gallery, drawing and din-
1,4,50-—-39 | ing rooms, (2) bedrooms with extra
OR] room, kitchen, water toilet and beth
Thad na on nother toh ae room in yard for keeping goats. Tm-
a2” Co. Lee emlect lied mediate possession. a2
. Lid. Electrica Apply to D'ARCY A, SCOTT
—- 20.4.50—4n
MEOORD PLAYERS—What| a. undesimned will offer for Sal
deen, on eae The undersigned will offer for Sale
te for $16.60. Dial) at their OMices, No: 17, High Street,
. | tical) ridgetown, on Friday the 2ist day of
cs 25.4.50—6n. ’
om April 1950, at 2 p.m. .
_ ee See oe A fully paid up Policy in the Barba-
EOTUC! dos Mutual Life Assurance Society, on
- the life of A.P. aged 71 TOR nh ool s
d to children for riding or | Holley poe giercrssrtcse: F896 001 the
Be Wate on oo eet wene | Present ‘Surrender’ Value 1:197,00
Z 3.4,-0 . 16.4.50—Bn.
“We will set up for sale at public com-
— petition at our Offce No: 17, High St.
SINGER SEWING MACHINE Bridgetown, on Friday the 28th day of
Bi food working order, tele- | Pri! 1950 at 2.30 pms
. . 23.4.50—1 All that three-storied messuage or
- aoe mn dwelling house known as The_ Brick
House and the land thereto belonging
\ EOUS containing by admeasurement 3,024
square feet or thereabouts situate, a
oe of Spry St. Bridgetown. 7
s la Jenny ar qge! nail Inspection any days except Sundays,
re Early books, Maps, Auto- | °"_@pplication on the premises.
b ete., at Gorringes “Antique Shop. For further particulars, and Condi
al Yacht ub "| Hon of Sale PES REPORT CO.
1.9.49.—t.f.n, 16.4.50—10r
CARRY-COT, Engli ST
Cream American Cate eta WE will set wp for sale at public
Mattress. 45 new, $12.09, | competition at our Office No: 17, High
for play-pen, ' unused. | Street, Bridgetown, on Friday the
W. Leacock 8322. 25.4.50—8n | day of April 1950 at 2 p.m.
= | A! Dwelling’ Rowe Corenety hs
Me Giesis,,, “t. Carters, St. John. | Manager's House Goodlan anta-
7 mutes at 14 cents lb. | tion) in the Parish of Saint Michael,
» St. John. with the land on which it stands cons
* 22.4.50—2n. | taining by admeasurement 1. Acre, 3
“4 - » | Roods, 4% Perches or ree is. ar
POLISHERS—A few Johnson’s| Inspection any day ween a
Beautiflor Polishers. Dial 3878. | and 12 o'clock noon.
a & Co., Lid. Electrical Dept.| For further particulars and Condi-
22.4.50-—6n. | tions of Sale, apply to the undersigned :—
; ; COTTLE, CATFORD, & co
a eg OEY Flannel at $ 1.18 per ae
per yd. STANWAY Store, a
ae 22.4.50—2n.
: n good condition 8 ft. Lost «& FOUND
Be ca Hida” Rigo
18.4. :
te a 5 -
: BULBS — Variety of 24 LOST
aw. mee Holland. Book of B.T.C, Mid-
Fi 2.4.50—7r, | Sumner 1050 Tickets, Series 0—5590
7 ; ‘| 5590. Finder please return to ADVOCAT!
SS ENISED PIPE, HERE!—Halfanct. | ©: LTD. (Advertising —
iot, A pp nised pipe, 26c. to $1.09 iti p
7 BARNES .. UTD, —_————
25.3.50—t.f.n
FRI — A tast Sale= Conid
mint at a y For Cont
ay 16.4.50—6n. | MJSCELLANEOUS
a ‘AMS at Alleynedale Plan- STEEL RODS AND CLAMPS—Twenty
= * 22.4.50—3n.} (20) one inch A , =
21% fi } ; y 3
eae) TRUCK TYRES—a%0 N s. $37.47. 34 x 7: $46.90 The above can be seen at Bulkeley
Z + Auto Tyre Co + and offers for same should be
q 20.4.50-—-t.f.n. | submitted to the Poene be lg of
St. George by ith May
P z CAR MATS—Just received to wv 22.4.50—n
staleieiat sia cdthibemnghin “ebsseleiansdiainsianmnlalatinils
—— TWEED—Gents Pin Stripe Tweed
PDO TE > - double width $3.17 per yard, colour
- Apply _â„¢ Motor C blue, green and brown
5 &Co. Dia) as E. Corbin C/o STANWAY STORE.
> 1 4239 21.4.50-—3> 1,4. 50—2n Lucas Street



GENUINE

D ADS.

| PUBLIC SALES
ee

AUCTION
_—_—_—_—_—_—_—,
{ HAVE BEEN
Edith O’Neale to
Trursday next the
o'clock her chattel
Road. which consists
ing room,
and pailings,





instructed by Mrs
sell by auction on
27th of April at one
house at Dayrelis

of gallery, draw-
bedrooms, kitchen, fle

which must be remov
phepthes ae er air lot of laaoas
urni . neludes, " )
single bedsteads with mattresses ‘ae an
Pair mahogany chairs, one (1) m

ae one ae saehogmny ‘table, ona
ogany ; one
dress bie, "s Siove mumanean?

many
ey other items of ~ interest. Terms

21.4,.50—sn

Sysco:
Sh pny Agena ih instructed to set up
Doce inh public competition at the
Ss say ap Garage, Magazine Lane on
facketaae 28th at 2 p.m. several cary
v-8 Ford, one (1) anon Pen
5 ‘
Flymouth, one (1) Ghosesiet mene

master;
ae i also one Chevrolet Truck, 1934

21.4.50—5n

D'ARCY A. scorr.

D'ARCY A. scoTr.



UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER

CHOCOLATE BARS
wy Tecommendations of Lloyds Agents
e will sell on Monday the 24th ait our

Rooms 17 hs
Pennolate Street 52 Bars of Cadbury

anny Sale 12 o'clock, Terms
BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO.
a ne Auctioneers,



AUCTION SALE OF HOUSE c:
Merton, situate at Bay Street i as
Set up for sale on Thursday last was
postponed and will take place on}
Wednesday next 26th instead.

It will be sold t 5 ‘
Terms cash. o the highest bidder.















































DRY





FOR RENT
een“ eee
HOUSES
ATHLONE—On sea. Fontabelie. From

ist May 1950, Contains bi
of which huss two flats—
Wesh basin, dining room, drawing = "»,
and all modern convenienecs,

is Qt present installed, servant
reom and garage. Phone
Cc. GC. Clarke. B40 on.

BUNGALOW,
roud,
An

showers, telephon:
Phone 2049. si

ESPERANZA
Dene: Apply Lone
james. or Phone 91-33.
15.4.50-—4n.
er
FLAT—At Bay Mansion. fully furnished
ail modern conveniences, from Ist Ma: <
Dial 4103. 214.5020

proved tenant.

le . Apply:
Bob King c/o Alleyne mie wah

Arthur & Co. Ltd.
19.4.50—4n.,

HOUSE—One large house and apart-
ment on the sea St, Lawrence fully fur-
nished. Dial 8357, 23.3.50—t.f,n.

TLFRACOMBE— on-Sea Maxwell's

Coast, Excellent
: : sea bathing. Fully fur-

four Refrigerator
telephone, radio. Ap) ° i t
phone 8286. - re ae
9.4.50.—t.f.n.

REST COT—On Sea, Welches, Max.
well. 2 Bedrooms furnished. From Mas
Ist. Dial 3065. 16.4.50—t. n.

RESIDENCE of Mr. P. C. §. Maffei
A beautiful imposing building over-
Jooking Rockley Bay next to the in-
tended site of Blue Waters Hotel.

apply to owner, Phone 2787 of 8239 after
4 p.m, 20.4.50—10n

Two unfurnished
apartments at Coombe House, White
Park, to an approved tenant.

APARTMENTS

FLATS—One (1) Upstairs
bedrooms, running water in each.
(1) down stairs with 1 bedroom.
further particulars dial 2696

22.4.50—t.f.n,

with 3
One
For

ROOMS — Furnished ce

unfignished
Dial 4020.

22.4.50—3n,







WANTED









eed

HELP
A TYPIST for our office, make appli-
cations by writing. COLLINS LTD.,
Broad St 21.4.50- an. |



AN ASSISTANT MISTRESS for Alex-
andra Schoo] from the September term,
to teach Class—singing and General
Subjects.

Salary,
ing

on Government Scale, accord-
to qualifications and experience
Applications stating qualifications and
experience and subjects offered, should
reach the Headmistress not later than
May 3ist. 21.4.50—6n

GIRL COUNTER ASSISTANT for our
Store, Apply in person to Geyurge C
Ward, Druggest and Grocer, St. Law-
renee, Christ Church, 21.4,50—6n

IMMEDIATELY for at least 4 weeks,
HOUSEKEEPER for Kingsley Club,
Bathsheba. Applications in writing.

22.4,50—6n

li-







SALESMAN—Must have drivers
cense, Applications by letter only.
BRADSHAW & COMPANY.

22.4.50—3n.
Assistant

Master for the Christ
Church Boys’ Foundation School, from
the Ist May 1950, to teach Spanish and
General Form Subjects.

Salary on approved Scale according to
qualification and experience.

Applications should be sent with full
details of qualification and experience,



An





to the Headmaster not later than 22nd
April.
W. H. ANTR®SUS,
Sec, to Gov. Body,
Ch, Ch, Boys’ Foundation School.
9.4.50—7n.
—
MISCELLANEOUS
Will the friend who borowed the book
QUEEN OF TOMORROW from Mrs,
E. M. Shilstone kindly return it?
22.4,.50—2n.



Will ELFINA GODDARD of Ivy Road,
please call in at the Barbados Nurses’
Association's Office, Trafalgar Street by
Friday 5th May 1950. 22.4.50—-1n.





PUBLIC NOTICES

=—=—=—=——_—__===—=

“ £25 easily earned by obtaining orders

for private Christmas Cards from
your friends. No previous experience
necessary, Write today for beautiful free
Sample Book to Britain’s largest ano
€memost Publishers; highest commission,
marvelous money making opportunity.
Jones, Williams & Co., Dept. 10 Victoris
Works, Preston, Englan’ ”





NOTICE

the replacement of the Ceiling at
the Parish Church without first remov-
ing the old one, I now call for tenders
for the removal of the main ceiling of

the Parish Church.



‘| William Brewster

BARBADOS. ADVOCATE

GOVERNMENT NOTIC!





Articles to be Sold at Auction at Customs on the
2nd May, 1950, 12.30 p.m.

GOODS SEIZED AND FORFEITED UNDER THE
TRADE ACT 1910—4—135 (1)



By Whom Forfeited
F. Waleott



.

St. V. Mathwin ..
Lewis

and James

Emanuel
Smith

. a. .

Paul Nolan



GOODS SEIZED AND FORFEITED UNDER IMPORTS

—_——



Description of Goods

Que (1) Basket Cont

1

3 Bottles Liqueur
1 Bottle Still Wire
0 Cartons Cigarettes

4 Tins Cigarettes
Bottles Gin

Cases Whisky
Cases Gin
Cartons Rum

2
6
6
6

& EXPORTS RESTRICTION ACT, 1939-14



Seized on board Adalina
E. Joseph and H. Dickson

Master of Lady Joy

N/M

One (1) Basket Containing

46 Tir,

Eelat Tale.

One (i) Box Beer
One (1) Bag Sugar

One (1) Carton Conte.

56 Bottles
WANT OF ENTRY GOODS UNDER TRADE ACT”

5 Bottles Whisky
1 Piece Auto Part

2 Pkygs. Paper Napkins

Rum

1910—4—SECTION (48) (3 & 4)





Marks of Numbers



T. 8. Be dial.
De Any 54 ; +> “s
H. ©. H.

Johnson’s Hardware
BOWEN No. 1
lL, A. M. No 2.
M. & Co. ..
eR. oa
J. N. Harriman & Co.
N/M

N/M
HULL & SON.
6. JEMMOTT

BORNN BAY RUM CO
N. E. WILSON ..

A. RICE bin oe oe









One
One
One
Matte
Two (2
One
One { |
One
One
One

Description of Goods

Case

Empty
(1) Case Advertisin
1

Polish

1 Rum

a

Bales Chair Can¢
(1) Case Stationery
(1

]
(1

Carton Cor

Parcel (

alais

arpet sal

Four (4) Cases Transformers
(1)
]
]

One
One
One
One
One
Two
Four
Two (
Two (2

One

Case Film
Bag Shoes

Pky



Cases Floor ¢
Rolls Telt

Rolls Linolew

»

1) Package Ma

PUZINLeS

~ UNCLAIMED BAGGAGE UNDER THE TRADE ACT



M. Abadi ..

Applications are invited for appointment to the post ol!

1910—4 SECTION



119

"EE Dunnage



One 1 Ib Tin Butter
One 1 |b Tin Cheese
Three (3) Pieces Cloth

Two (2

Bags conty.

3 Cigarettes

Cases

lr

in a new organisation to administer housing loans from the Lal

Welfare Fund created

under the

Sugar Industry

Price Stabilisation and Welfare) Act 1947

Candidates must have some knowledge of

and costs of material and labour.

The salary attached to this post is $1,200 per annum. 1
expenses entailed in connection with the duties of thi

building constru



appe

will be paid at rates similar to those paid to Government ©

under the Travelling Allowance (Amendment) Regulations,

194%

This post is of a temporary nature, non-pensionabl

to termination with one month’s notice on either

siae,

Applications in writing with testimonials will be received

Colonial Secretary, Colonial Secretary’s Office,

29th April.

3ridgetown, up to



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Exhibition of Handwork

There will be an Exhibition of Handwork donc
School Teachers at the Easter Vacation Course at Wesle)

DY



School on Thursday, the 27th April, 1950,

The Exhibition will be open from 10 a.m

will be made for admission.

No

to 5 p.m.



Applications are invited for appointments to the two posts
‘Owing to the difficulty of tendering | Senior and Junior Clerk in a new organisation to administer hou
loans from the Labour Welfare Fund created under the Sugar Indus

(Rehabilitation Price Stabilization and Welfare) Act 1947

2.

Tenders will be received by me up to} certificate of equivalent standard.
should also have a knowledge of accountancy.

May 6th 1950.""
W._U. GOODING,
Parochial Treasurer,
St, Philip.
19.4,50-—n.





The Barbados Shipping &
Trading Co. Ltd.

NOTICE is hereby given that under
Article No. 37 of the Articles of As-
sociation of The Barbados Shipping and
Trading Co, Ltd., the TRANSFER
EOOKS and REGISTER OF MEMBERS
will be closed as from the 26ti. Apri
1950 to the 10th. May 1950.

By order of the Board of Directors,

COLIN D. BE. WILLIAMS,

Secretary
Prince William Henry Street,
Bridgetown. a
21,4, 50—3n



Leaving School Next Term?) iect

HAVE you considered Jqurnaliam as 4
Career? ® Barbados Advocate is look-
ing for a bright young man to train
as a Sub-Editor. now in writing
giving full details to the Editor The

Advocate. 4% Broad Street.
° 21.4,50—3In



PARISH OF ST. PETER

Wanted by the Poor Law Guardians
for the Almshouse a fully qualified Nurse
capable of taking charge of Midwifery
cases.

Salary $55.00 per month.

Applicants must present themselves
with Birth Certificnte and credentials to
the P.M.O. at his residence “Roseville,”
St. Peter on or before April 17th us to

10 a.m
Signed G. S. CORBIN,
Clerk, Poor Law Guardians,
22. 4.530—9n.



NOTICE

A. E. TAYLOR calling ali agents
who represent firms selling dry goods,
and anything



hard-ware, canned goods

else, from a needig up to a house
Please submit samples and F.O.B
} quotations. 22.4.50— tn

3.

long grade in the Local Civil Establishment with a commencing s
ot $1,872.00 per annum for the Senior Clerk and $768 per annum

the Junior Clerk.
4.

These posts are of a temporary nature, non-per

Applicants for the Senior

The salary. scale of both posts will be similar to that of
ale

lonabie

subject to termination with one month's notice on either side

5.

the 29th April.

Applications in writing with testimonials will be received
the Colonial Secretary, Colonial Secretary's Office, Bridgetown, up |

22.4.50—z



Applications are invited for the post of Steno-typist in a new
organisation to administer housing loans from the Labour Welfare
Fund created under the Sugar Industry (Rehabilitation Price Stabili-

sation and Welfare) Act 1947.
2.

$1,200.
3.

4.



PERSONAL



The public are hereby warned against
giving credit to my wife CARMEN
CARTER (nee Holder) as I do not ho!
myself responsible for her or anyone

else cons any debt or debts in
my nan ae by a written order
signed by me .

Signed FREDERICK CARTER,
Thornbury Hill,

Christ Church
22.4.50—2n

Sp es SSS
For MARL, SAND,
GARDEN MOULD,











and LIME
Dial 4503

CROWN GINGER ALE



|

}

{| neys clean out



This post is of a temporary nature, non-pensionable and
to termination with one month’s notice on either side.
Applications in writing will be received by the Colonial | ‘

Secretary, Colonial Secretary's Office, Bridgetown, up to 29th April
22.4. 50-

i

Candidates must be in possession of a School Certificat

Klementa

ub-

2n







Powder

Carton Pickled Cockles
Carton Glow Lamy

(Rehabilitatior

The salary scale of this post will be similar to that of a
steno-typist in the Local Civil Establishment, namely $480 x $48

Harbour L

IN CARLISLE BAY

IN PORT Sch
Sch
Sch
Sch,

M

Sch Alexandrina,
Henrietta, Seh, REverdene,
Tpoma, Sch. Zita Wenita
anuel Go Seh. Burina D,
rances W Seh Luejle
| Senith s.s Mont,
Ce Louie Philip H. Davie
Sch. Mary Lewis, Seh. Mary E.
Yacht Leon It,
ty Noeleen, Schooner Mol...»
«, Seh. Henry D, Wallace, Seh. United
n S., Seh. Lady Zoileen, Sch
Henrietta, M.V. Caribbee,
ARRIVALS
» Trinidad
» Mandalay
ooding, rom.
Owners’

Smith
Sua
Seh,
M



aroline,




Il, W tons net, Capt.
St. Vineemt, Agents:

Association .
DEPARTURES
Marion Belle Wolfe, 74
Capt. Every, for Britiah Guiana;
Agents: Sch. Owners’ Association,
| Seh. Gardenia W., 34 tons net, Capt
| Wellace, for St, Vincent; Agents: Sch.
Corners’ Association .
| Seh. Esso Aruba, â„¢ tong net
Dristol, from Trinidad; Agents:
} Owners’ Association,
j Seh.
| Sealy, for British Guiana; Agents: Sch
Owners’ Association.

In Touch With Barbados
Coast Station



sh

net

Capt
Seth



CABLE
Lta

(West Indes)
can now

and Wireless
advise that that they

s poner

€=hoone:
fyhooner

tora

Philip H. Davidson, 87 tons not,

with the following ships

Lady Nelson,
SS. Gascogne, 8.8. Zealandie, S.S
Kastor, S.8. Ocean Valour, S.8. Portu
sal, SS. White River, S.8. Askepot,
&.s Katy, S.S. Tacite, SS. Tista,
8.8. Midvefiord, SS. Benny, S.S. Pen-
eacor, S.S. Loide Mexico, §.8. Jeanny,
SS. Vyenne, &.8. Republica De Vene-
xuela, S.S. Stiktestad, §.8. FP. lL.
fbidis RAF, §.S. Seabreeze, S.S.
Gulf, S.8. Rio Arazga, S.8. Bliza-
laires, 9.8. Alcoa Planter,
AUantie Ranger,
S.S. North Haven, §.S
Charlestown, 3.8. Hya-
Cadlunties ; 8.8
Sysla; S.S. Esso Syracuse;
S.S. Alcoa Runner, S.S.
S.S. Athelstane, S.S. Dageld,
Thelma IV, S.S. Chryss Jane,
j » Damiens, S.S. Gulf Swamp,

S.S. Indere: S.S. Laady
Cristallina, S Ulysses,



mae
beth, 5
ss





Southern

iS.

wa

PNnLD





d s,




Red

Mesco, SS. Norse King,



| omueicate
Uwough their Barbados Coast ns
5.8. S. Mareouf, 8.8.
Ad

Ss se British Columbia
Expre abeth \ Flanigan,
: D Aleoa Pennant,
$s. Ri st, S.S. Custodian, $.S

enue +S. Bloemfontein Gastle; $.S
I t S.S. Golfite,

‘
Seawell
Seawe

APRIVALS BY B.W.L.A.1
Trinidad

e! Barbera, Rosnund Hinds, Albert
Gordon Crawford



DMPA RTURES BY B.W.L.A.1
Fo Tri fad

th Duke Mr Rodney

Marie Glaisher, Mrs, Dor

Mr Haaven Walton, Mr

M Phyllis Sweet, Mstr

M str David Sweet; Mis

ect Mr Woodles Anthon

eph Assing

MAIL NOTICE

Vineent, Grenada
ish Guiana, by the
Ne will be closed
Ie eral Post Office as under
tt « nl Registered Mail at 10
t 11.45 a.m or



asm
the

1950



Vexicon Movies
MEXICO CITL

Venezuela and Eng-

ee Mexican motion

wivile Mexicans will

ieady import of films

the countries under ar-

rangemet which the Cineme
Bank is now promoting,

Fir tep will be the signing

of commertial treaties among the

countries,

ILN.S.

THEY'RE HERE!

Ring





PORTA.
«© over
oven
ou don’t
oven just

big



| (OnIENTAL
GOODS !!

| CURIOS, JEWELLERY,
y | BRASSWARE, TEAKWOOD
SANDAL, IVORY, ETC
THANI BROS.

KASHMERE










NOTICE

inform the
that I am in no

1 beg to
eral public
way connected with a Bus
excursion from Ellerton, St.
a
i

gen-



ge to be held on 24th

May, 1950 If, my
has been used on any
to

of

printed matter relating

ibove, this has been done
vithout my consent.
SIMEON BOSTIC,
Brighton, St, George.





ANNA BROMOVA
School of Dancing

PARENTS’ MEETING

Friday, April 28th at
4.30 pm,

NEXT TERM COMMENCES
Saturday, April 29th,
9.00 am. to 1,00 p.m.

at the AQUATIC CLUB.

|} Dial 2832,
| { 22.4.50—2n,

SaaS



|

Ankles Puffy,

Backache, Kidneys Strained!

If you're feeling out o-sorts,
Nights, or suffer frorn Dizziness, »





Phen eens, Leg Paras. Swollen Ankles.

em, Burning aAssages, [ACE
Acidity, or Loss of Energy and fecl old be- |
fore your time, Kidney Trouble is the true |

cause.
Wrong foods and drinks, worry

overwork may create an excess of
and place a heavy strain on your kidney
89 that they function poorly and nee
to property purify your bleod and maintain | ‘

hesith and energy.

1 helt

olds or

acids



DHelp Kidneys Doctor's Way

Many doctors have di
tifle clinical tests and In a
that a quick and sure « '



excess poiac

with a scientifically prepared

— GO



1 by ecler

Doctors’ records prove this,

. No Benefit—No Pay
The
to work
cerns a
like
maker
pletely t?
back



elping wour Kidneys remove ox

k






t Your money back,

our treatment today.

Cystex:::%

The

Get Vp | called Cystex. Hundreds and hundreds o\

rvour-

very first dome of Oystex goea right

s. Quickiy, this inakes you fee.
new agin. And so certain are the
that Cystex will satisfy you com.

I you to try it under a money
You be the judge, If not
ied Just return the empty

tex) conts little at chemists
back muarantee prote.'s

KIDNEYS
BLADDER
CUABANTEED Remedy RHEUMATISM





of SHIPPING
|
|

ne, nec neremennenin



PAGE SEVEN

MONTREAL AUSTRALIA NEW
Lâ„¢,

ITED
OL.A.N. LINE)

S.8. “DEVON” is expected to ar-
rive at Trinidad from Australian port)
about 20th May.

5.5. “CITY OF DIEPPE” sails Port







The M.V. “Daerwood” will
aceept Cargo and Passengers

for St. Lucia, St. Vincent Pirie April 29th,

7 ' , Adelaide May 5th, Mel

Grenada, Aruba, sailing Parnes Bars -_* ba. Bee oe Be.
° une i. Ph

Wednesday, 26th April, 1950. about 4th July, about Jury oth.

B.W.1. Schooner Owners’ tee accepted on through bills of
Association (Inec.) for British Guiana, on Wades
& 'eewerd Islands.

Tel. 4047.

=—_—_-:-—-———_———-
EEE

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NEW YORK SERVICE





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sensid a .Â¥. B
TRU ricabinas chaos habla ou 7th April 17th ane
: nS 28th April 8th May
NEW ORLEANS SERVICE
~ carr.
SS “ALCOA ROAMER® ., areh =
“ASO. Roane tans Na
ALCOA RANGER” 19.) April

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now nearing completion, having Three Bedrooms, a Large
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Everton 2-0 |

Football fans saw Empire defeat Everton 2—0, when they
played their Second Division fixture at Queen’s Park yes- |
The goals were scored by Mandeville and Mc!

terday.
Collin.

To Shoo
Next Week

FIFTEEN Members of the Bar-
bados Small Bore Rifle Club are
eligible for the Dec.-Jan. Handi-
cap Spoon Shoot which will be
held at the Range, Drill Hall, Gar-
rison, on Wednesday, April 26th,
1950 when some very keen com-
petition is expected.

Captain J. R. Jordan is to_be
congratulated on winning the Gun
Score for this period and will be
awarded a Spoon.

The following are the names of

those eligible along with their
handicaps.
Mr. P. A. Cheesman 95.33
» ~P. Chase 94.58
» F. D. Davis 98.25
, RK. D. Edghill 94.4)
Capt. J. R. Jordan 99.08
Lt. C. E. Neblett 97.91
Mr. H. Nicholls 91.75
» W.A, Richardson 97.75
T. A. L. Roberts 95.25
S. Temprec 97.66
, M. G. Tucker 97.83
Capt. C. R. E. Warner 95.91
Major A. S. Warren 95.08
Mr. D. H. Yearwood 93.16
K. S. Yearwood 97.00

8 Best Scores

The following are the eight best
scores recorded at last Wednes-
days practice of the Small Bore
Rifle Clut

H.P.S. 100
Mr. M. G. Tucker 99
Mr. M. A. Tucker 99
Capt. J. R. Jordan 99
Capt. C. R. E. Warner . 98
Mr. M. De Verteuil 98
, P. A, Cheeseman 97
Major J. E. Griffith 97
Mr. K. S. Yearwood 94

Scottish Champ










Bs is
Wins Golf
ry.
lournament
HERTFORDSHIRE, April 21
John Panton, 33-year-old Scot-
tish champion from Glenbervie,
won the £1,350 “Silver King
Golf Tourn ent on the Moor
Park e today with an
iggre e of 276 for 72 holes
P or who le the field from
the tart won the first prize of
£300. He had rounds of 68 and
73 today and his aggregate equal-
led the tourname record estab-
lished by Charles Whitecombe on
he same course in 1938
Ossie Pickworth Australian
open champion, made a fine start
in his challenge for British hon-
ours this season by winning the
second prize of £200 with an
aggregate of 281 Today he had
rounds of 70 and 68
Third prize of £100 went to
W. Smithers, of Long Asston, with
an aggregate of 285 His final 2
rounds were 70 and 74
~Reurer,
U.S. Plan Horse
Jumping
At The Olympic Games
NEW YORK, April 21
Efforts are being made to revive
participation of a United States
team in the International Horse
Jumping at the Olympic Games
It was announced that Colone!}

John Wofford, of Milford, Kansas
a former Olympic representative,
vould head a Committee to select

and train riders and horses for the

United States to compete in the
1952 Games

It is estimated that $250 thous-
and or more would be necessary

to maintain the project, including

the purchase of suitable horses
—Reuter,
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The Weather
rO-DAY

Sun Rises; 5.47 a.m.
Sun Sets: 6.11 p.m.

Moon (First Quarter) April
25.

Lighting: 6.30 p.m

High Water; 5.53 a.m,, 7.12
p.m,

YESTERDAY

Rainfall (Codrington) 16
ins.

Total for month to yester-
day: .94 ins.

Temperature (Max). 85.0 F

Temperature (Min). 71.5 °F

Wind Direction (9 am.) E
(3 p.m.) E by N
Wind Velocity 10 miles per

hour.
Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.950
(3 pam.) 29.885



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Who SAID BARBERS TALK ALL {THE
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:
In the first half, the game was |
keenly contested as each side tried |
to open the score. This resulted |
in the ball being kept in the mid- |
field. Empire however missed
some opportunities. Everton were |
almost successful in opening the

sore, when Empire’s custodian
failed to hold a lob from their

opponents inside right, but Jordan
the right full-back came to the
rescue. The Empire’s forwards
made quite a number of good
movements, most of which were
nevatived by Everton’s Keeper.

Empire at once began to press
on their opponents who were then
stubbornly defending, but Everton
were soon one down, when Man-
deville made no mistake in putting
the ball into the nets. This re-
sulted from a free-kick which was
awarded to Empire. Everton
fought hard to equalise, but saw
Empire increase their lead when
about ten minutes before time call.
MeCollin scored from a_ penalty
which was awarded to them.

The teams were:

Empire: Archer, Jordan, Wick-
bam, St. John, Thomas, Morris,
Bapb, MeCollin, Craig, Mandeville
and Wood.

Everton: Boxhill, Steede, Cul-
pepper, Archer, Hall, Senley, Edey.
Alleyne, White, Bishop and
Jurnett

Mr. L, F. Harris was the referee

DAMES DRUB
ROVERS 3-0

Notre Dame defeated Pickwick
Rovers 3—0 yesterday when they
met in a third division
match at Kensington. Again the
Notre Dame players outplayed
their rivals and gave them no
chance to score

Notre Dame had many oppor-
tunities of scoring more goals but
ever made use of them. Pickwick
Rovers made some spirited at-
tempts to open their scoring in the
last few minutes of the second
1elf but were unsuccessful.

Qther results were Y.M.P.C.
versus Cable and Wireless at
Beckles Road; Cable and Wireless
won 2—1. Y¥Y.M.C.A. and For-
tres Carlton: Y.M.C.A. won
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« Their Honours confirmed t!
Ei Police Magistrate’s decision,
pointing out it the evidence of
° ’ Mc . 1 > .
J . «|Me Carthy and hey witness
amaica@ Asks kor varied on a fundamental point
Y Mr. J. S. B. Dear app2ared for};
U. S. Athletes Jordan while Mr. E. K. W |
NEW YORK. April 21 represented Me Carthy
NEW YORK, April 2 } Me Carthy’s case was that she
Requests have been received’ and her witness Wyatt Clarke
from 12 countries for American|were going along the road neat
athletic teams this year, the Ama-| Jordan's home Petia lian S at delat
teur Athletic Union announced. |oame towards her pushed he
Athletes are wanted in Panama, alle a Be had :
Jamaica, Cuba, Scotland, Northern lag erin ee eye eee on
Ireland, Puerto Rico, Norway Clarke said that Jordan had
crore Sa ene ae é Sé at . 2 é
ingland, Sweden, Finland, Greece gone past them, and thn return-

ind South Africa
It is expected that 100 athletes

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Empire Defeat —

TWO MEN, sailing 25ft Yacht to U.S—Kevin O’Riordan, 64, and |







BARBADOS. ADVOCATE

Humphrey Barton, 50, set off from the Solent yesterday in a 25ft.

yacht, with New York their destination.

Atlantic in six weeks.
Barton a begat designer.
him in Lyminton.

APPEAL JUDGES DISMISS"

ASSAULT

They hope to cross the

Mr. O'Riordan is an ex-policeman and Mr.
Their craft, the Vertue 35 was designed by
She weighs five tons and has been strengthened
football amidship for the ocean crossing— (Express).

CHARGE

' Shed For |

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_Queen’s Park |
| From page 5
} ident. Mr. F. E. C. ssc runier|
| Vice President, He G. D. LI
Pile, Her. Sir John S and|
Messrs. C. O. Armstrong, G. 7
Hutson, F. D. G. Simpson. N. B
Howell, L. H. Farmer, and H. A.|

Powding.
The Committee now has a total
number of 145 Ordinary Members,



8 Associate Members and one
"Honorary Member!

Two new memters were clectea
to serve on the Exhibiti Com-
‘mittee, Mr. Collin Dear and Mr.
W. B. Carrington Mr. C. M.

-Drayton. will be their representa-
tive on the Sugar Industry Bank,
Sir John Saint on The Aaricul-
wral Board and Mr Bethell on
the Peasants’ Loan Bank

Before electing their new pres-
}ident, Mr. King paid tritute to
| the outgoing president Mr. Sealy.
|He said that the Society was]
| grateful to him for the valuable;
|.work he had done for them dur-
,ing his three years in office. j
, Mr. Drayton thank~d the Soci-!
' ety for the tribute they had con-
| ferred upon him by making him’
| their president and promised to do
| his best for the Sccicty j
“Mr. King observed that some
planters had said that they hac,
| got no good results from) the rat:
| paits but many on the other hand}
i had told him of good resu!ts. Mr.
Tucker had given him some sug-

effect of the baits and during the



| gestions which would improve the} Ȣ96s6ss6<,

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"| Another Steel | BBA. Radio Programme

SATURDAY April 22, 1950
The News. 7.10 n New
7.15 a.m. Rendezvous Players
Generally Speaking; 7.50 a.m
a.m, From The Editorials;
Programme Parade 8.15
Music: 8.45 a.m. Colonial
a.m. Close Down, 12.00
News 12.10 p.m News
12.15 p.m. B.B.C. Scottisp.
Orchestra 1.00 p.m. Accordeon Inter- |
tude; 1.15 p.m. Radio Newsreel. 1.30
p.m. Much Binding In The Marsh 2.00
p.m. The News; 2.10 p.m. Home News
From Britain, 2.15 p.m. Glad To Meet
You; 2.30 p.m. Henry Hall's Guest
Night; 3.15 p.m. Dance Music; 3.30
m. Sports Review;

a.m
Analysis
7.30 a.m
Interlude
3.10
a.m
Questions,
noon The
Analysis;

a.m
Dance

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4.00 The News;

Pp
4.10 p.m. The Daily Service; 4.15 p.m. |

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Songs From The Show; 5.00 p.m. Lis-
teners’ Choice; 5.15 p.m. Programme
Interlude; 6.00 p.m.











Parade; 35.30 p.m
Dance With Me. 7.00 p.m. The News. |
7.10 p.m. News Analysis; 7.15 p.m.
Behind The News; 7.45 p.m. Light |
Music: 8.00 p.m. Radio Newsreel 8.15
p.m. Songs From The Show; 9.00 p.m. | SERVED
Fnglish Magazine; 9.30 p.m. In Town
Tonight 10.00 p.m. The News 10.10)
p.m. Home News From Britain; 10.15
p.m Pipes And Drums 10.30 p.m.-| NDAY NIGHT
Think On These Things; 10.45 p.m. | EVER U
Weekiy Sports Summary; 11.% p.m
The News }
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MONBAY NIGHT, 24th April 1950
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Opening To-day

Their Honous of the Assistant Court of Appeal Mr. G. L. |
Taylor and Mr. J. W. B. Chenery, yesterday confirmed a}
decision of Mr. D. D. Morris, Police Magistrate of District |
“C”, Mr. Morris, had dismissed a case which Phyllis Mc |

JOSEPH NICHOLLS of Water-
ford’s Tenantry was charged be-

fore His Worship Mr. E.
McLeod with stealing a

Committee on

lantern |
the property of the Governor-in-~|
Execut.ve

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— given by
THE BARBADOS CIVIL

for



Carthy of Vineyard, St. Philip, had brought against Cecil |
Jordan of the same district , alleging that he b2¢ assaulted |

and beaten her on January

ed and pushed her to the ground

Mr. E. K. Walcott told the

leott the garage, he told his scn tk
alco't! into the car. A car then came up
and collided with his ca

29.

Mr. Nichols said that

vehicles were passing

along the road. When his car got}

ibout 32 feet from the centre ot

POST OFFICE NOTICE

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he hadj|
sent his son to look ana tell him
whether

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May 10.

Nichols was alleging that it was

driver of Mapp’s car

Their Honours said that it was
\difficult to come to the conclusion
that the. negligence wes that olf
\Mapp’s diver.







Postage Stamps.

March |
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The case was adjourned until}

not his negligence, but that of the



A new definitive issue of postage and revenue stamps comprising

12 denominations will be placed
Monday, Ist May, 1950.
expressed in the decimal system
4 cents, 6 cents, 8 cents, 12 cents

on sale at all Post Offices as from

This is a pictorial issue with the values

as follows—1 cent, 2 cents, 3 cents,

, 24 cents, 48 cents, 60 cents, $1.20

will eventually be aking trips , ; ; 4 ; :
Sen ae rane Paes te aking trips | curt that Jordan and his daughter and $2.40. The present issue will be withdrawn at close of business

on seven tours this year

—Reuter.



BEATEN ON SPLIT
DECISION

PORTLAND MAINE,
Eduardo Carrasco, of Peru, was
beaten on a_ split decision by
Reuben Davis, of Fall River, Mas-
achusetts, over ten gruelling

April 21

ARRIVING on Thursday after
noon at Seawell was a K.L.M

passenger aircraft bringing twelve ine
t

Curacao. It

with

from
same

labourers
the

re-
urned thir-
ven
The plane was
Shell Oil Company
Passengers arriving were
Vere Harrison,
phus White

day

chartered by

Lairson Small, Adol

Ashton Trotman, “aeophi

! Mings, Hugh Blackman; Fitz Ojben’|

Dixon Livingstone
hiarewood, Denzil Juckmar
Pollard ahd ista Pollard
Leaving were
Carlisle Morris Adolphus
Vornon St. John, Charles Harte
Brathwaite, Wilmont Bushby

Alleyne Winston

rounds here last night
Carrasco weighed 132 and a half
pounds and Davis 132 pounds,
There were no knock-downs dur-
ing the contest
’ —Keuter.
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12 Arrive From
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Curacao

Lynth
Clyde

Green, Oscar Small, Wilfred Hunte
Leo Browne; Vernon Goddard and
Lieyd Grandison

Guilty Of Loitering

George Burrows of Stephenson
Road was put on probation for 18
moaths by His Worship
E. A. McLeod yesterday after he
was found guilty of loitering with
intent to commit an offence on
February 2 j

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jhad differed in their evidence.
Jordan had said that he had seen |
Mc Carthy and Clarke, they had
shouted for murder on_ seeing |
him and he had left them. His}
daughter who had been some}
distance away had col to meet
him |

Jordan’s daughter said that her
father had come to her and she
did not go to meet him

Mr, Dear said that was for |
the prosecution to prove their |

case and not to rely on discrepan-
cies in the defence

Their Honours said that even if
there were discrepancies in the
defence, there were aiso some
startling differences in the prose

cution. They had to agree with the
Police Magistrate as they thought}

it unsafe to give a conviction
Damages Awarded

A decision of Mr. C. W. Rud-
der was yesterday reversed by
Their Honours of the Assistant
Court. of Appeal, Mr, G. L. Tay-

and J. W. B. Chenery. Theii
Honours gave judgment for Mr
Ronald Mapp M.C.P., who claimed
damages from Mr. A, D. Nichols

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a road inspector of Sweet Bottom,
St. George. Mr. Mapp said that
Nichols had damaged his car
through his negligence while com-
ing out of a garage at Martins Bay
on August 29, 1948. Damages w
granted for $35.69.

Mr. W. W. Reece
Nichols. Mr. J. E. T
appeared for Mapp

re

»presented
Branckor

case WAS

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adjourned on 12 occasions in the
}Court of Appeal

Mr. Mapp had lent his car to
Charles Smith. Smith said that

he was going towards Martins Bay,
St. Philip and Eric Carter was
driving at the time of the accident
A car came out of a garage sudden-

ly and the two cars became
involved in an accident. The cai
which was coming out of the
garage reversed and caused move

extensive damage

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FOR FIRST DAY COVERS

(1) Advance orders from local residents for these stamps accorm-

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they are for not less than—

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0 stamps) of the values from 1 cent

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to 48 cents, and
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of the receipt referred to. This will be detained by the
delivery clerk in whose presence the stamps should be
checked

Stamps must be affixed on the envelopes by the sender (the De-

partment cannot undertake this)

and posted not later than 4.00 p.m.

If desired, envelopes can be passed through the electrically operated

machine which will postmark th
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ION IN BULK

Persons desiring to register 25 or more envelopes will be supplied

in advance with
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The labels will be affixed by the sender to the

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tration Branch for acceptance,

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General Post Office,
20th April, 1950,

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SERVICE ASSOCIATION
At the Combermere School
Hall on Saturday,
22nd April, 1950
In Honour of the Visiting
Delegates of the Federation
of Civil Service Associations.

Music will be supplied
by Mr. Arnold Meanwell’s
Orchestra.

Members and their Friends
are invited
Dancing 9 p.m, Dress Formal
ADMISSION $1.00









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Something New !!
FIRST ANNUAL HAIR STYLE

SHOW & DANCE

AT DRILL HALL (Garrison

On FRIDAY MAY 5Sth., 1950

at 8.30 > m.
{ IN AID OF CHRIST CHURCH
) BABY WELFARE LEAGUE

and to help Babies in St. John,
Mrs. Simmons-Howell, a grau
ute of Hair-Styling from the Wil-
fred Academy, Broadway, N.Y.,
presents her lovely models with
beautiful creations; assisting her
will be Mrs. Gladys Coppin.
Patrons

Mr. Fred Goddard M.C.P. Mr.
Owen Alider, M.C.P. Mr. W. W.
Reece K.C., M.C.P., Mr. F. E, C.

Bethell M.C.P
Mr. Arnold Meanwell’s Orches-
tra in Attendance



| ADMISSION — 81.00

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PAC.F. EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE Empire Defeat Everton 2-0 ill fans mm Empire defeat twton 2-0. whi dura it Qui terdav Ihp oals were scored by Mandeville and Mc Collm I he ga To Shoot Next Week nera of the Bar,1! Bore Rifle Club are %  i I which will be rday, April zeth, : some vcr\ I %  %  Store for this period Bl awarded a Spoon. The tell %  names of ,.II K with their ,%1i P A %  W 33 .. p Chaec M M 98 25 H I) Edghill 4.41 V9 08 %  7 91 Mr II Ni holll •! % %  „ W A 97 75 T A I •*. r ,,.. U. Q fuel I "-" i v. 95 91 I rrcn 95.08 9S.16 K s OT.00 K Br*t Seres 'Ulit i>e*t days pr.i tub HI'S ion Mr H 99 I! .Jordan N 98 trUull 98 p A • t'seman 97 %  nth 97 Scottish Champ Wins Golf Toiiriinmrnt %  i arlth an %  %  I %  1938 %  11 honours tl LDlrut the seeon I 100 with an aggreiate of 281 round* of .ii and 88 %  %  i.. with an MJ %  — tlru.ii llf. ">e gnme ^ r.tested as eaeh side Irie-t ina man This resulted t;i me ball being kepi tn the midlome opportunities. Everton ware almost successful In opening the ban Empire's custodian bold .. lob from fhelr light, but Jordan the right lull-back i.u ii, F %  ;.:i< forwards i.-, %  a numb* Mich were keeper %  t once began to press vere then ling, but Everton were soon one down, when Manl!. pUttUlg th) bill into the nets. This re%  M -kick which was to Empire. Everton roughl hard to equalise, but saw | i their lead when ltd heforc time call %  rod from ;i penalty |0 them in, Wickhr.m. St John. Thorn. Boxhlll Strode, Culpepper, Arcr* ley.Eday J. tl Mi i. F HarrI DAMES DRl II ROVERS 3-0 %  o yesterday • third division football Kensington Again the Notre Dame players outplayed I gave Ihem ~core. %  CM them Picfcwlck ; hair scoring to the of the second aaaful. v ftl P.C. aj I Wlralea* v M I A and LToeV M I A WO : TWO MEN. sailing 25ft Y*<' IJ9 Kevin O'Riordnn, 84, and Humphrey Barton, 50. tat of! from the Solent yesterday in a 23ft. yacht, with New York their destination. They hope to cross the Atlantic in six weeks. Mr. O'Riordan is an cx-pollccman and Mr. t>oal designer Their craft, the Vertue 35 was designed hy him in Lymmton. She weighs five tons and has been strengthened amldship for the ocean crossing I Express). I PPEAL JUDGES DISMISS VSSAULT CHARGE Their Honouil Ol the Assistant Court of Appeal Mr. G. L. Taylor and Mr J W, B, Chenery, yesterday ronflrmed a Ul l> 1) Moms, Police Magistrate of '. %  ('" Mi Ui n missed a case which Phyllii nlc Carthy ol Vim-yam. St. Philip, had brought against Cecil Jordan <>f the same district alleging that hv h "'. aanulted Faj a v 29 Their II M N choll said thai he had o i 1 1 • H a to look and ;eli hrn Another Steel Shed For Queen's Park # From pace 5 V*e PreC D L C. O. Armstrong. G. R. |. well. IH Farmer umitiec now I 145 Ordinary Members. 8 Associate Members and one Honorary Men A Two new mrrr • W. R rarringtoii Dray ton will be tl %  ir John Saint on Ti mral Board and Mr :. .sanls" Loan B Before electing iheu tat, Mr Kln| the outgoing president Mr. Seal He said that the S< i grateful to him fur tba work he had done for them dur•hree years i the Soci1 el.v for the : (erred upon him by n i i ptr-ntere had sail gal no good results froi uails but many on the oUtOf hanu i had told him of good r< | Tuck T had given bin. gcstiuiis which would in %  0x1 of tha I next campaign they looked forward to He said that he had told the authorities about the inconvenience planters met when lorries had to be licensed duni. time. Two days meant much to the planhi "ht GovL.-nmcnt would Ha tba iviadean of charging the period to a month Inished. IfiU+lud iKMm Th* Nr Onhnum 1 SS fi.B.i. Radii. rrnjjraMf •UTITKfMY ArU . 1SS* --n-.. n. I It %  m IUnw. 1 IS p m Ham* Nj n S.lS p.m GUd To Ht*t Y, = M p m limry Hll G" 0 m Dnc Mimic: am Spurn torn. • The I IDpm Th D*lly rr.le*. IS p.m S..n S FVom Th* how ISO p ra. IM%  m' Cnoic#: SIS pm Pr<*rmm* P>*df. 3 SB !• m Inierlud*: S • p m M T OS p.m Th* Nw 7 10 p m News Aiioiyw* T IS p m UMiind Th Nw. J 44 p m UfhJ M'liir S O* p m Radio N< IOCS Fmrn Th* Show 9 00 p m %  .H> i> -B In Towe Toiiichl 10 OS p in THe Htw* 10.10 MMM rir.ni Mr • i> m rip* And Drum* 10 SO p m Think On Thew Thingi. 10 45 pin : t no p.m Th* New Jiunmva A$k$ For U.S. Athletes H VOBJC April 21 %  intrtea for Ann | %  tour AtM' tra • %  sntad In Panama. I Northern Inland, Puerto %  ind South Africa gpeetod ">at IOO athletes -m^ trips %  —Reuler pointing 01 MiCartl %  Mr J. S II [> i %  and her witness Wyatt road near I ,S. IMau Bone Jumping At The Olympic Games %  it %  %  %  %  %  —rum. r The Weather in DAI sun Up 1 1-411 01 Baa Bats • 11 i> in Moon ilir-i ilio.i! i \pril 25. I 1.Mill* I II |l III ill iraJ II in Ihll KUM Rainfall 1 %  irlntton) i Ina | U |j mil I,. r-.ln da>: .! EM rrmpeialuK HU rimpnrshn I Wind Din %  Uea 1 %  > 1 1 <3 p.in I i" M wind \ sJaaMj II adtoa per Imur Wummtm I 1" i*M (3 p.m i nt.MS BEATEN ON SPLIT DECISION 1' iK II \M> MAINS, April II 1 %  of I Urn ui iMUlni oundi hi 0 watohad 111 %  1 pounds 11 no knot k-downi dur—Knit. /i* Arrive From Curacao %  r h athag vehiile. along the road. When his car got oca th-eantn % % %  tha garage, he told his s il '• prt into the 1 eama up lUdad with his cai Chatged Will. Y ht'ft JOSEPH K1CH ford's Tenantry was charged beE. A. McLeod with IUM the property of the Gow 1 16 Tile vase wai adjouiaed until) May 10. Nichols was alleging th.it it w is not his negligent i Mapp's ear. Then Honours difficult to com*. tO the thut the naa^lajanca woa that .11 11! iver. A H HIV1 N ., K I. M .. ; %  .. %  %  %  % %  ilh thir%  %  1 1 11 v* iL.ii—t. lauroeai I %  iiu Miita*. iiuOi nuckiiMi. nii oatMii llL, t -, |.. %  IVtlUd -1-1 willI .veil 1 00 the p %  Clarke said that Jordan ^•ni %  Hr. B. K. H 1 oiu t thai Jordan and I had dlflvra 1 %  Me Caitb] %  1 daughter who I %  did not |0 %  f > 1 to %  1 In 11 M heir wan I I in the %  I %  %  %  DnDagae \u rded A j %  Thou %  Bottom, %  Nknoai bad damafad till cai %  %  on Augus* 1 (or 135.60. Mi u W rb vithdrawn at close of buHna Guilt] Of Lolteriiig ktton i"i if R tiblp Mi 1 euiit) of \' w infant to 1 %  St I'hilii \ became X\\v cat which was eomlni iui ol tha %  POST OFFICE NOTICE New Issue of Postage Stamps. I) va issue of DO .Mil ba placed on sale at all POM pictorial uana with the values I follows—1 cent. 'I cents. 3 cents, j 4 cents, 6 cents. 8 etnta, 12 cents, 2* cents, 48 cents. 60 cents. SI 20 ] and $2.40 The present issue will be HI April 150. FOR FIRST DAY COVERS (1 > Aii %  accomI lad by full rarnJttanea will be received at UM O" Post Office up to 12 noon on Saturday 29th April, pp than .-... %  to 8 cents. plala -heel t50 stamps) of the valu. to M %  nps) of the val I 1 alnt will be sent and must be preserved. i 1* put up in gaaiad lalivarad M M... nrom 8.00 a m on pram tat! a il ol in* receipt referred to. This adll be detained by the 1 %  apt should be i-c affined on the envelopes I the L>e....• this) and posted no! later than 4.00 p.m. %  nvalopai onn IKpaaaad through thi operated machlna wta atnvark them as usual and prim 1: .be done to the COM of letters foi reglatrallorj \ ipaclal nceptode will bo provided (or Brat Day REGISTRATION IN BULK on envaionaa will ba supplied m advance wllb nurnbared reftab It and %  ied labels The labels will be affixed by the Model to the m and the address, tl led in 1 Letters duly labelled and beanruj the correct poateaa ..nd rafdaatpM in duplicate, will be presented at the Regis\ : %  irerifaBBtton the original n data rtantPttl tnd llgnad will be handed to the applicant and the | duplicate retained as an office record. %  20lh April. 1950 SUGAR null samples for big markets They'll Do It Every Time B WfO SA 0 5-53ERS TALK ALLTHE TIME? PRESENTS5 =5I3HT NOW BRUNO THE SILEM-TONSORIAUST--. ^LENT,T4AT S, UNTIL HE CUTS LOOSE NMTH ThE SCALP VlBRATOR.T-EN HE GIVES OUT WITH THE 3^ DEGREE— i\ Jitinm Hatlo <'NNf HOWS THIN6S IN YOUR UNE? S pSi'JA HEAR THE ONE-? YANKS— OOP66RSWHO'S ON FiRST ? „VNMA1 S OH SECOND? VAT Raw su^ai bcin^ nude inplc m the Pon ofLoodon \nA aq *mm houses. Thcw nut caretullv dnun and marked with ihur bulk inbutcd. N but all gi>od> shipped \u the P.L.A get ti. %  %  nrteiebv th niernst: S & S again IT* IIHNOM LTD Woaanaxters for Beat Kaai MATINTO" ft OIL PAINT Stocked In Uhllr. l'nMrk S" ENAMEL FBI PAINT laml Gloss equalling Enamel In Hhilr 4 CRUI In 1 gallon. ', gallon & U gallon UU Ml WILKINSON & HAYNES CO,



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T nVltB DAV .\I'R11.22. l.-. BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE FIVE Druggist fees 'Saucer' 1950 Sugar Crop Put at 145,000 Tons iO sugar crop ii is estimated. Civil Service Conference Concluded may be \hv equivalent ;',! hfMS! ",'u s ?" %  "• w rl,es ,hc Dl >> in nis muntlilv c0 FA. nwrly all 'h, reports. S tig Saucers oeing seen, S IJvM"-*" chr < a,urch !TS A.hL>. %  Swan Strec-l *T?i.i..,vatc" csterday that he _. R. itat aopeaml to be a Flying ,,J h L*f,' th r !" nd''>ni durin?. animals and j-oung stock bor •g-s K, .hough, .was ,he ssMsrsjSfs: r,^ ? %  *"~ s^ Hm 52, „„ Olifln. H.U. oppa!" '^?"7'"* r ^ Sola ,0 pe Mnu ' r "•""* •"" """ " Conference re.umed %%, Church, and after look n ^.n^^^edheavv showers h !" d "' oW s "* k ""P !" 1 "' :"^.y. they dealt with the • """"i..'"^ the shminTobiKt " " 5th. 20 !" an?jut ,or A "utchers MI .,-^on to nand Colonial Re^'fi'i CS According to rainfal' returns ... A *r to prertd. THE Federation of Civil Ser•stoctatton In II* .iroa. concluded their Fourth Cone -t Harrison College ydegarded ii as a star but SU"dSco^red that ,1 was shinrM JfiJry bright nnd was low in jated during the thai junior oflUers who are being Another Steel Shed For Queen 9 s Park — To Mark lOOtk Exhibition PLANS are well advanced (or the erection of another steel I shed at Queen's J ark The Annual Report of the tuial Society stales that the Society purchased the steel shed which recently arrived from the United Kingdom and that is hoped it will be possible to erect it in time for this year's exhibition, the Society's hundredth. Mr.c.L.9 • l^-foiloon which" was~illumonth was 2.78 inches, being 1.41 paKl ,or fr m January to'March. .it On the top was a white inches more than thai tor March. 19S0 was 769, as compared with •Vi Fresh lor your Pets ! PURINA D(Mi CHOW PURINA RABBIT (HOW H Jason Jonas & Co-, Ltd. iiMrlbutora. -r %  naffarnni 'V •"• •• on um %  — ........... muni' ^^ %  "."iJAi !" ihai il was shinreceived to date, from nation it"V !" Motions u ~ onmiirv B is tyolcal of all rainmon "l. Thev, .linen, ma) have .in iHiuiri idem, unwilled the a-t • a csembled an average total rainfall for the "Of"." The number of services ^"""n'^?" !" ^"! J "S„.;! }7" %  %  -.-XpfTI IIIH II1UI General mcellng of the S pond d tail I -.iggeslton ".. for tho Botanical eoniidentlal reports against 10 aauve which gradually past 100 S|ltlr CuK s „ dllnt |u lhi oflear, BUM IKml to him tor ihade un The highesMotal fall for March, end or lhe month most of tho ,)ls information and be signed by "Sf^mcwhat "like .. star, while IM 9. and 0 87 Inch in excess ~of a2e for the Slight at ">e bottom part was Hie average for pw-deeper %  "JfySiby .eels that -iu>a c*K'int> S. 1950. was 5 66 inchi hat peoat a station in the parish of St d*wt calling Flying Saucers may Thomas and the lowest wag l, 14 7 tnflaled baloons from some inches, recorded at a station In The id the parish of St. Philip. 1.11 UWllllg been polled and n J m before being lorwarded -m ^ ..... B .. II*U i/n-ll lltHivi .lilt nmw !" A '.I i e parish of st d0;i wphe* Oowtnmani Baeaai Year Scrond 1 restaurant d< %  %  • %  %  %  The report ikm ihji ,hImanrrs f ihr Baetat) healthy sUtr In ••pHr 1 „, he Asso,.,.,,,,,, STneiiiaps the Americans may Sugar Cane.—The harvestinv of "otnersal and Bowmanincrease of lubocrlption was mode. *" .Voerimcnting with l h ese the cane crop was continued dm "! during the month. After dealing with a'tew othir >"or was $8.970.14 ELWOS and a few drift away. He Ing the month. According lo in''. ^"i 1 !" ,hc Shon S^os 0 " al application la B 5iM !" l9 '' oomied "ui "" h haloons fornuition received, the quahlv of „„„ Er even be controlled from S'athe mice is now excellent "and ns at Codrington. Twenty-nine Mk %  U '"'''" %  doai were made in all. four of the following officers for the enDr yton as their new pres rHI SaCRJJBTARY OF STATF. BM nventlv .,[>. . %  %  ^-Central Kx peri mental StaItrndilurr *l ihr tul cxMhUion ^ntaoO near Piarco AlrThe surplus .it • rl, Trinidad, where laboratories ivin| .t,a oiumodation will %  too l-e provided for the Spi The Society elected Mr C M S,J " f tn< l>epartment o( Agnsome factories report taking less wh ch werc for ,h ^ breeding plots suing period: — Before making culture. Mr. C. Holman Willlair >f the *'' 1 • A$Tlcultura of N EAI1-V all businesses in the thaV7 Stons'of cane'to'producoT at G ">ve only, and the remain„ "~" Jaat > %  .ingoing ,hat colony told the "Advocato" City and irs precincls carry ion of sugar With this good reder lor lurther trial in Barbados ,.*?. r £ %  nfflnan WflUami I TrimPre .'. I, Seoly WTI>c S e !" V. u show the'nanie of th'e rovery. """Ts now"estima*ed''that •'"o other" 'cmtrVbuilni ro'loiire7 la a President; Mr. C. A. Copp'n corned the new Director ol FederaUon of S but lher is at least one the equivalent of 145,000 tons of Third Year Seedling "Mala. 'Barbados). Pirsi Vice-Presidenl; cult.i Sknf aid n'UL c< Associatioija in lhe ffi^at No. 121 Roebuck street sugar may be expected Four Third Year Seco",g Trial > < s > %  "" %  ,h ,k r d ?f Jonn S 0 "" "" ">e earS^'V"* r *""" m „ 5 "" SeTcarry no sign The young pl.nTcane crop made ere reaped during he month .-President: Mr. C .11 vices he .had done ,„ ,ha, Ov,^ leJvTce ronf!.tn Dickson (Jamaica*. Secretarv; mem while in the [>ost of Director 5 J~ 1 J ., Conference Hiss L Rowlev (firenada), of Agriculture. For thirteen veai* . ondw J. at I,arri *> n College Assistants. |fj i. -_ %  he said. Dr. Saint had \ ,,€ J' l ">ing at "The i UM II ior rvcmctn iyvn saiistactortiy. %  i-i-o. WHsHiin. Tw-i -w-^ nowen (Trinidad). Treasurer. that capacity find liar 5L*.S iHlit o A o! Wavell Avenue winded Fe. Crep._There waJTsJSSttTLfZ A „, c o[ honks WM moved 0 'l£££X ^rt en£Sa,n£rs SLr sat sssirR 'S^y^l I.nates and also to the Govoperation with the ^portment of w„„"'' C i ,,. B " n "' and *" tonnage of cone. The results of erning Body of Harrison College Science and Agriculture and some Thill *i lulce analyses are not yet avail lor allowing the Conference th800.000 rats' baits had been so !" the DepaTment ^f" JESS! s j [ ^ata*^—-": And Dblributitw n ^ !" S ? a *y_, d ki n< conccntrata ware for %  Senior Agnct durtng the month. U.41211 proved to be outstsjidlng, Kre;it yielding all THIS business belongs to Mr. good growth" durjn B the "month Two of these were plam jbBhall who is a welder and has and the ratoons. in the early hartrials. ,me First Katoon. and one **2SS?isi 5I ici M ih Kinrh V 7. J 1 ? S m nwin t verv Second Ratoon Trial. SEARtH for Kenneth hjnch satisfactorily. %  i-l-o. w Mr iii.. iw.i. -n. of Wavell Avenue was endad Poad Craa*-Th %  .. ,n ^ T-n7.^vere^ — ^Urtay. Kinch was arrested -quate ninly of ground | l durixis ,np morning by PC. Kenions and of some 'market garden' -ctta Murphy at Hound The Town, crops, particularly yams, sweet St Peter. Kinch was at his aunt's potatoes, tomatoes and cai rsidence The sun-ey of locally grown Later in the day be appeared food erops for the period 1949heforc His Worship Mr. E. A. 50. as required under the HcLeod. City Police Magistrate. Li m a charge of using threats to Ports Dean* 1 and wai placed on a tacd o( £ 1 for MX months. E DNA HACKETT of Sobers Lane n-portwl that her rat.faBjeewas Woken and entered recadly and ;i quantity ol clothinR ito the value of $7.96 taken. r\0CAS BOVELL of Richnunul U Gap, .' panengei on a mule drawn cart, along Bai burees Road it about 355 p.m. on Thursday. m injured and detained at the General Hospital. Involved in the accident were motor lorry E78. owned by UttfT* plantations Ltd., and drivt by Cecil Griffith uf Checker HslLSt. Lucy, and the cart, owned ii Food 1'rodurtion w,ai( uxutuiit (i m, fWO petitions for lA'tters Olstrflmtion of OrnsmenUl Administration. Plants. Six hundred and fortyTh e first was of Wlnatm of difterOrville Oscar Haynes of No. 2 for 1930 The Society did not COncCntl I w %  '..';f l !m„" ^ ."" ''"^ %  '"" VeteriBartanTai were willing io exiern. Pathologist had been and w.,s Sue • mentioned that il thev kille.l in the country and did notl %  --* ~ about them In the I MuinvTild ih e r, ^attSsra. 1 -''* SPEC/41 OFFER IN DRESS 11 in. CREPE KOMAINE at 82.00yd. In Blue. Aqua. Grey. Red. Black & While. 18 in. SHEER al 81.20 yd. In Pink. Nil. Biscuit. Cerise. & Black HARRISONS BROAD ST record tine %  raSafor .miai. an \ n w hcmK madc r. had Jumairan \ isil being %  iid th.it it was a tribute '" to the island that a datoflal erop was t) Food cropa.-Good rainfall '" % %  P^dm wan D-inbutcd. -J 1 !" w • Hncigetown. hoiicit-•, the Jamaica Agricultural Societ) though u w< conditions since the beginning ol AffereaUtlon. In addition lo the Jj '•-' 4 'P!' s,,u, J ed ton Jf y n ', liao vi-iled Barbados to ai '• reason had been the year enabled a considerable above, 375 casuarina tree-, „ ,c lie a Gillard they were doing. It was cratll *^^.?^ e ?_.?. _y?? r *T?J* amount ol catch roppini J*^ Kv !" *S' 1O know l,K so that green vegetables Moth Borer (tmlrol. wenplentiful in March. Peasants March 51,396,400 egg par.t experienoad some difficulty rririwcrimin,. the i "'*•"* ""f ;*£**!. pin .,, Tb.usday -"? J Sg" brwren M 1112 EuToStauled The ,. ippaaredfoi irol b, i; r ...urn .1 Ci."V "i ,,,,,, ,, %  , i. ,„ %  Ms Road. Black Rock and SiliSAirlnithl ^Sntk^ • mM ""'•'" '"" '" %  '' ' %  n was that .,1 irr.cn bHarold (inrnth of the s",; (i„,^, • I,. S?" *"*? j adaress, ami another lorry. cu i, !" or ."" Uahllna Michael, hs.nnre. u, the ..: %  XB1. owne,l bj Messrs. John,„,, vi ;„„ J^^-JJ '^ %  ^ ^%  y,^:: Inatructed by Meatn v-.n % %  bmore Rock and driven by Alex%  loder Devonish of the same address. Devonish was wounded cebiichin. The carl and harness I K MiAM also known thing. Much good coul losephme Cadogan do !,, %  largo counlr) took out of a MI %  Ing dospatchi Hod and i fgvi . %  lended on sugai The C . ere maintained COWM.—ILIIM % % %  .uunts of bored was almost COmplatad by the end joints m whole plant i of March, and in many instancecontinued, and results so fur show peasants had begun to destroy a satisfactory control over the their plant;. r „ne moth borer. Groundnuts—The demand for nored cane counts and cane rind groundnuts for planting was tonhardness measurements ol new tnued. The supply reserved at varieties were earned out nnd year Cane Breeding Sta1£ I-ady Nelson" ith alarm. In their tmnsuetions for the lajl from Canada via tin usual gainBrit forthem Islandi ed the full support ol the rnembtra L^ovtng tho the Petitioner. Th cntef Judge aim aafriUiUaJ Ij ptotaata. ih* win. of EdiU. w BUAMV w.-llci It M Wynne. Allan C P*rkuv fairlrude Crawforl. Vand.vkc Jonn. KillI'-rbort Gibboiu. Etnel Gft*. EJIwa>-ih On many occasions authoritlea u \"': : trials at Boa save cntK i In which ^^ .,„ M -L.„ *„.,„..,;.,„ i„ cuttings of classiI he "Advo,iuri,, K lhc monlh:-breadfruit. borer alia. :or probt nanas. oocoanuta, papawi and pwtKm in h.ntomoMango and pear treelogloal plots at Codrington. Counts of DUIra*-.. eg| deposf OntaBm, ;St. Mlch.W!; Mlnnl. O Me ,... XQ tn l*iwd Itowlt. Uwui 1 s.Mttpii.. Jowph N. EdKhlll. iVniAim. .llw. WceltN. tChriK Churrh • IIM Pmvprbtf (9t. Philip'; t.uUuJontm iM. Oaorfkai; Beniaimn E A Ikr <8I. JMAMI; ROMtU 1. llMttlr Ma), ught, the i-l the Committee. That, he thought Al wienada paopla of Barbados looked %  Guiana ward to it. v in A Co ,.' %  %  ., Owe sweels are ofTered for sale sad many thought it a "perfect form" of spreading dii i i i c*t*' yesterday that they were Tery glad to see that the vendors Kl ire taking pnipe pracautiona. Lower Wharf, near Messrs. are now in flower and give promse of fair yields later In the i l'e*u uid Diseases.Pest* reued at Codrington In The Court For Divorce And Mutrimoniul Causes l\AWtM. — by building booths and displaying DONKEYS AND COPRA ihosi wan ok> %  : %  %  | %  shed was b %  Ith 'haannual aXp) %  -ent lumber to build for the judges and oth< l lunch in work. A Benelil : %  %  %  i .. ... use to th' fcCona & Ss WariffliT it "W 18 on P MMnU ^ in M,r,,h Ro0 B r r Su r CtMe •bout 3 00 pan on Thursday'belnclude <' sral 'hsects on fruit and Further evidence ol th* attack by HIS Honour the Chief Judge in iaaaa motor van owned by Raornamental trees, the cabbago this pest In canellelds was seen the Court lor Divorce and Matridk) Distribution 1 in which was wor m. slug*, ng the month. inoiual Causes yesterday, pro%  cnarge of Winston' Goddard ol moth borer. Advice on the control VeseUMe Crap.. The breeding nounced decree nisi tn th. tacUcy. Christ Church, and a , f "** P"J* * K ven by ,h(1 of the pupal p„: WUbur Hallnian White (Petitionlookwi foiw UcjTle owned bv l>eonord Cill of Peasant Agricultural Instructors, ^g^ and cauliflower dOfoUatOl %  ''• While r*J (,„veriiment would Tudor Street and ..dden by Choa%  -l^aaanl Livestock.Adequate wai con „ nucd Nine in: "*>' %  "J^^ !"!" 1 ^^^ %  -"""^ PP-rl. ^al appearwtce. were Mr. At the repast used for u H ,, Wprd instructed by ment he had laboratory rearing of this paraHutehinson and Bantleld lor the the Colonial Secretary 01 site, of which 12,440 were bred Petitioner and Mr. E. K. Walcott. matter ll< Extension Work Thomas. green fodder were available durcarner. handle bar and ing 'he month bent wheel ul the e\ele 'i aSl^hi^hi-J^nH^Stk"^ f Five "hu: %  The total of K c instructed by G. Cw "cUrki' ful and promliod to do everyDMlK,tlo\>N WAS busv vespeasant holdings ... -1 ,nwe parasites bred so far is and Co for the Guardian ad lllem tMnfl wlBUn rUS power to assist D t*rd^^ ni.,-i n r C ^ O ao gardens were visited by the PeasH8.730. of ujority appointed to act for and on behalf him because ho thought lad 5S-keeus couldTe seen nnl Agricultural n have iwen liberated in the Held of the Respondent, •balling around The temperaMarch. Thirty-six mango tra roThe Court ordered thture was Si. degreei In the shade "•" 'op-worked. duced parasite have been made I %  ad because ol this many laces Now ,nal peasanU are getting far. The numbers of cabbage looked pink ,nc ir land cleared of the ripe cane white butterflies seen this year are Many pedestrians failed to use clo P' efforts are being made very much less than usual, but •* crossitu; lanes while others wherever advisable to induee, no reduction cannot at present walked in the street instead of on ">*> r of tnem ' ad opt itd to the introduced *i pavements. nation measures by cultivating liar and 12.15 p.m., ***?* *? ?H5^SJ White Fly. Two consignments of """ Coeclnelllds for control of whU Mr. L K n coconut and other palms Mesars. Cottle Catford & Co.. Between 12 and 12.15 p.m., lhclr lana on *• <'"' "' ; opposite Msseii Cave Shepherd Inaiructore have already com*rt, 50 pedestrians crossed out menced to lay off the at the lanes and many had to ttUWOJieOB ts. Work fcunp out o( the on others will be undertaken ir pB>E8TRlANS will soon i able to make use of the footC'ampetltlesui The pn gtb adjoming the Victoria Bridge, judging of ihc school work on the footpath continued gardens entered for tin JuRerday and it is expected to be tition in connection with the An*u*bed shortly. nual Exhibition took place during Another footpath is at present the month. JJng erected m Trafalgar Square Irrigation Careful < onsiderawere !" pec "^ !" | M rch jaarethe buses formerly parked, tion is being given to a number of sj-rhanieal ^t^w-iiT ft f a r,u Srasi.ttt! 1 bUJ, XS E? U S2S or ^T' %£?£!.%%,, U,, %  ; ;• ""' Colonial Develop ,„„. ,, jr ^ p 1 u-..u !" o„h„„,„ which conUnui H lanuUon. borne by the Petitioner. M Judge also gramM drrrar abaolntr n lhe Milt of M A. Bradshaw (Petitioner) and W W Bradshaw (lle-sp..:, In uiis suit decree nisi wai %  ii March 3. 1950 Mr W W. Raoce K C 1 I MIS \(.llAili... ..1. Ani 2:. i!s ..il Ivan eaph Cal%  iMivinii ., "ii Fi'li 18 lie was %  days, or GEORGE PAYNE'S is GOOD COCOA FINE — PURESOLUBLE. >ut lh. fin the oasl ,.t Morgan L< wii VV4MK1 Ant IMPWHW public buildings, three buildings and 40 cases Trinidad. I majority windward Two %  appeared for the Pelitioner worthwhile half of the nutnagement statuiK all the (acts. Ill* Ihree nsgll a* prentdent v.j-. Hilot cttirillns to the ruleAnother prrddent had to > elected. Mr IhaiiKed the aasaagl %  neiil for Ihf-ir -uoimrl dunui; hkl term of -.er%ire jiid Ihrn aoaalaV aled Mr. l>ra>lon a the new prealdenl. Mr H %  Sei %  %  %  f i i iv Junior VlcePr ei ident The Hon. (i I). I. P :i the Committee "f Iterree abaolale wag also grantui.off M Miissell Hassell ml i In this suit decree niii was also Managem< ad on March 3, I960 was appointed Mr W W. Reece K.C In• truoted by Mr C. B. Brooks -• Messrs Year-wood & Boyce. appeared for -.tie Petitioner The C"r nagemciil M. Drayton, President. Mr. 1(. I Kitu(. s# On rage New Vlcjir nt ^* M l* f lome ln from P 038 *" 1 farmei i.angeable base A J o V ? Cultivatordcium eawbonW Ana M. Catherine's riatanco during the month with organk carton hivi THE Appolnunentl Board met ii.dvaniscd pipe for the extensior. mined on 004 % %  April 2lst and on th< nornini %  %  xiitlni h on availJ*of the Revd. Canon c. L %  The A^riciillural Stations able phot, aal which St. Philip. Rainfall at the Stations was as were analysed by Saint approxi%  m Beresford follows: tnately 20 years ago. 35 wate> if Anguilla. in Tout fr Toul io Tn-i for —uw oluble phosphate soil extraction;. JV-nted Vlca. of St Mark's with Th *-"* '" %  Catherine's %  Wthwaite. I.Th e D *bt Re^ | What's On Today *"•* Table Tenni. ComJ !" 1 * *he V.MC.A. at tl J*^Houliu B^rd %  • JM a-m. SH PJT1 Krnsinnloo >eemt*, S -W Mr. Table Teanl* Ceas% %  t th. i M < \ ,i *..3a iM Ball al ^ U|M v. %  „ Oaari OIOVM i at %  aaaa Ptulipi ] IT IN Grs*> S II J 1'.'.-' a as : AndTB* I SOS luMBl SSS tsi as? tion on the Spekker commenced t'iela. The camber bed cullivation trial at Pine was It would seem that the June i ould be cut later this season If required. *i> Union Hall was made %  lation to investigate into the .rage rainfall"at each f irrigated land :or the first three in Barbados. Ten sami • months of the year a l *d "d nonfore. 10.75 inches, ss compared irrigated areas, with only 3 55 inches for the same General. A D. period la Cre Hasban'*ry. The han%  1MS-50 car.e crop and atghate" %  %  aa waa taaora continued at all Jt Uaeaaaofe %  HERE AT LAST... indisturbed ... POND'S ANGEL FACE New makr up that goes M without water in Flattering Shades HaONZI ANGEI—PINK \\<;KI^-TA\VNV \\(.l L KNIGHTS LTD. MOTHERS' DAY, Iltl Itirlhdiiv Inviluliutis. ... ChlMmt'l Pnrtj ln\ ilutions, Wediliiii; ( oii:;iuliil;ilioiis, ... Bgtb] l %  ii u I alnl, it mns. I Lenient (


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PACK M.I %  BARBADOS ADVOCATE 9 \ n I:I> I i* BARB^j^Am'OOATE Poik* I w 'fcj UnM c im %  . mat *i. %  immi VILII I |] \,,.,l | llliu.i CtTMri YESTERDAY a courteous policeman was explaining lo molonsis opposite (he I and Wireless building in Bridgetown that cars parked outside this bu have then, notes poinl I Nelson. This newspaper welcomes all which are aimed at assisting the free (low ot traffic throughout U* M can be confident of full public tup] idea which will make U transport, and th the public. But two incidents connected with this courteous action of the policcir special notice. First, it seems quite fru >!ruct dnv<: main roads in order to achicv. of direction with only reason for havir.r uniforn tion would appear to !>• which has already been achif : %  cars having no %  and finding tion from compliance wi* Secondly to t!. %  %  be sp:. nd point is n %  %  police .1 supfr junction at IVckilown. A truck Ahead to turn into Deckhw Rot and v %  %  nothl i bus .: from %  bUlld : Btr Tin ma" comer, mln mind m Our H. a.l. • s Vi : Touch v ? \Vh>. Kvcn A t.aiiMOf Marbles Started A >l4iss.irr' UTTA. I Calcutta lar.e. t more than a garbacefllled rats" run. a cluster of street i-lay marble*. Young Ibrahim Khan bounced Gupta's best alley wtm a plop rtraigh: scum of a flooded drain Ram Lai howled until his father % %  i %  the *helf of his fruit Ibrahim by the %  hlm's father arr* ..bout. I from Uw militant '.nes and . %  about a marble .ed because they nd sandalII* STtlur* Smith -the ncene of the India-Pakistan ROYAL EXILES Hill on k..l.iiIndia's badly death wairant if he compromised ir or Bengalor even tde deadlock. The Refugee* C HIEFS of the Mahasabha. in • ace in Calcutta, have already decided that the best way r<: Moslem slaughter to provoke reprisals against Hindus in Pakistan Bengal. Thi armed Because they believe India attack Pakistan, Hindus from I r [an Bengal are swarming lnitta at the rate of nearly fig iheir weight of %  the 6,500.000 others who are al:.i into a gigantic slum. I breeding ground of desperation. From such a background cannot seem so terrible a prospect tn.-m 20,000. but • 50.000. Non-communal independent est.' *.o only 10.000. Tn de.. But the But I did And one bright rav. t. the homeless, the starving down la the industrial I ers because they and the diseased in refugee camps Calcutta—in Howrah—where 400 • re is only one on both sides are a pretty solid Hindus :<: ::--d in the is His cash testimony to the distress bifi %  %  %  %  War iMlfai-i T HHKK-QI.'ARTERS tan's and a half of India i ke* r %  I sat last night in a command nn Army officer II LON Europe's gold-plated displaced persons are closely watching tbe Belgian political crisis caused I Leopold's struggle to return to the farmer kings, queen princesses can offer Leopold advice on bom happy and warm without crown or royal he concedes defeat sou abdicates. The one-time rulers "f royal .wuses in the Balkans. Italy, Germany, Spain and Portugal ma> cast longing looks at their more secure brethren in Britain, the Scandinavian countries, Greece and the H^tkerlands. But -n practically ii cases, and considering r that the demand for used royalty is poor and thej market glutted. Europe's deposed aren't faring io-i| the postwar years. xampie. 28-year-old fonrn: of Yugoslavia. When his father. Kinp Alexander, died Peter was deserted as the "rich-, D the world.'' throne in the rise nf the Marshal people's democracies." but not all. of the royal exchequer. He had enough left for a whirl or two on the social merry-go-round and now reportedly is prepared to settle down to life with a purpose. Peter, his wife, the former Princess Alexandra uf Greece, and their live-year-old son ..r..--flopping for a House in or near London. Already m London residence are his mother. Queen Marie, and his brothers. Tomislav and Andrea. An erstwhile neighbour of Peters. King Zog of Albania, is going through a lot of the same otions as before Mussolini, and *' Communists, took over in his countryBut Zog": a D.v.scoTT TO-DAY'S SPECI?.. ft CO.. LTD. at the COLONNAr': (HaltiM (saga tftaaj Salad ujiii Maj BB< aise (large tins) NEB. Beer (Dutch) Um-uylJU si 111 II 'I .48 n Take. ribbons of is proud • :o keeping these of them He was a Hind resent base of operations is a villa in Alexandria. r <>urs in %  ir readiness" "her. %  ngal com%  To death and devastation art -rtlc blockades of the mobs both sides. These have cut off .ind communica• buses nost as drastically as if ho could not pay tha ra already firing f<>r his betel lines "Zt.^x"?^. Whl,e at hL to • f\ !" ,hal o f ' m and *<** • %  • %  l*^* Moslem, "'" lu, English. We are non.,re part Liaqat All Khan, are fast becomcommunal and we're fighting to ;i one day r* U %  Spiril of N.niif* H : the old u pukka %  -I the best army in Asia we have not ...: we < m n ? c „.,„, c,V... great vociferous middle and on the k';ili Hindus ]owa --. led by fan*' %  %  atad %  %  %  "tube Ar:r I I met old boy. indbaga ;.: AV useii %  • e same %  tra will be '" clamour -.fflcers in In thautta—in New Delhi, too member ^: beat that egationi from —n<> openly IhJ Nehru would sign'his own i* still some Political .\et%frifil Uy \\. J. It, Mar rison On sis Uc^van In TIM^ Siru^lc^ War Power I all profes• few r the ruin and %  %  %  r nine %  gamble would be d tremendous %  iventi, which he judges will not be slow >l k s Mm HIiiiMlers tr Nlr IIII.IUKI M(KKIM)S n-ment. -.iating %  If I so to .liable. .. hav* pro\ < i %  .. \m% Iroi:. froin illness. the 54-ycar-oId Zog lives the good life [ •.all beautiful wife Geraldine—once known %  as the "white rose of Hungary"—and u old Prince Leka. A Ko.t.tl H.Miiin. jt hand and when the o*atime urge gets him Zog can parade arouna .> number of exotic uniforms thai the envy of hotel doormen and U.S. A.: Corps lieu tenants. Zoif. jL-cord.ng to friends, still dreams of tl^ %  Mil again ascend the Albanian thi thar former Balkan emperor who m demise of his dynasty to the Commum;: year-old Simeon of Bulgaria, who was proch 1943. following the mysterious u his father, hang Boris, after a visit to Ado.: at Berchtesgaden. Simeon reigned Just a year and then at of the country via • ro othar lonno. H> Throned in 1946 via Plebescite. n itnei his mother $20,000,000 in rtain how much tbsi :i: is that Simeon has enough to get mUl he reaches man's estate and his muscles are Arm enough for work. The yuung ex-monarch ha. .a variously .-taymg at an Italian villa and atl school in the south of France. Things have been looking up a bit for Cmberto of Italy. Counsel for the king an I members i>f the Italian royal family said during a court action in Britain a few months ba kDg money trotl But Vmoerto, so tlM good hunk of sterling held in Britain during the %  i has b ee n commuting comfortably benl. Portugal, and mrnutaa without hi.Jose spends most of her time in Switzerland. The rest of Europe's royalty bt sad when mention is made of cx-king Michael of Romania. The news has been circulating for some time that young alichaal ha 4 UM looking for "a job.'' M In ii l*hulot*rMf>bers I : % % % %  %  photographers came to take bit baby daughter Margan-i. d tha vhooting be done outsioN for.tSEFtr HOrSEHOtM MEQUfSMTES ., MInd ill VS1 Kl BROOMS mi Hit! -Illi K l |, i .. -MI KPANI tai RTTANa nmu ni-ii c OTBM BOWLS, Minn I'WI.S OLA88D UU aa CHWAH rOUSHEg ^"il l" ^" 1 %  WOOD STOVIS .mil (ill. •HillWILKINSON & UAV.NKS CO., LTD., Sudtaom C. S. PITCHER & CO., LTD. Mai u:?, % % % %  4687. ySSSSSsWSS'''''''''''''' 1 '*' % % % % %  : %  >* SELECT THESE TO-DAY. IALIAM P***" AUSTRALIAN PEA '. fiERRV JAM CHIVEKS Cl COW U GATL IX)NIC WATER pa Uot NUTR1CIA POWDERED MILK 1 II) tin 112,. :. Hi S2.IIS. "> Mi -I."I STANSFEL-.. SCOTT & CO.. LTD. JI that it i been rlglir .utrrptetaUon wa tr boffn Si.k ABHi Tired %  Spurriiiit l*rlner uound to ind If very rnmental Intmania— I ;-jnitment Webb Ji Food Each leading Mini %  of 'lieir fortunes t^. rise or fall with his. The So having announced bafor rtvonst ruction of the Ml %  'HQUIlt %  vcroaa has. to ent lived indiscretion—" we are now.'' He is now ,jrring par r.well, has moved aw tha he Mil %  %  % %  real ntment > the Pai .•gain soar. %  %  .hange himself, but nference was that Michael didn"'. how modestly the home a. 1 wife Princess Anne of Buxbou-Parma I and d.i rowded into a (our* a a house additionally cmwdc-i presence of three servants. Since then Michael reportedly has Riovad Domenico. , and f has been some talk of parOuarte and his fam;. Portugal. But moaii.. ,ud hL; Queen Amelia, live in ease on the proceeds of family estates granted by the Portuguese) ent The ageing Quai rapcjej %  •: i chtaaii On the Spanish side, the Duke of Bai nown as Don Juan, has been England and France, involved In ft* family inhentance but tietting along %  i %  %  irement-Dr. Dalto: awvaa ha*. %  thl Reserved rch are fulfilled. %  Wilhelm von Hohenzollern about flat broke. • small villa at Hi most of his fortune in 1945 through Rusaizur* of his estates. ps a tea shop, sells poster. lets visitors tour Hohenzoile. %  FOR REAL COMFORT and STYLE IN GENTS FOOTWEAR sn trui TO LOAFERS AND MONKS A FULL NOW IN RANGE STOCK— — SEE THEM AT — DA COSTA & Co., LTO Dry Goods Department l.i The Hi-am alii Societies Uvt On H ii la Th^ Job To Uie M t.i< i %  for a proji %  duced bj years ago. Mt I %  csaantnr* I I based on spring In %  island Ulnawsi -> %  isa Ukaae are offtan unn. at U is probable of value for :. I %  %  coat a few I %  wessts. %  ould be a i the building ( Milliun* of \tit~ : . %  re for and troub.eso.-nc and as soon as one ,-ed in the U morning thev mt water .Id me it iea and it pn lUruj rid of tha u -II mem• had been col m and now there t round da of mine %  or otaar* KRADICATOR %  .ippeanng in I %  %  disclose 'i %  %  i Australia in 195"wlll be there in A^ Australia woul '1—M. tttaa AasstralM ng to sssaffcaaa) m tke Lamb Cuts Bctf Steak Chickens — — Veal Cuts — Mutton Chop Rabbits — Duckhtf *u FOR RICH DELICIOUS ICE CREAM u$e AMIIOH FOWBSSfl >lll K tyfjfy rull I'liddiM.** dcrrd •* "* OO05 L1TTIHS wkh* u* Utmri wllk > % % %  d-plon but n •een..n.rd b, Ike ndan bui Me*, will be Ignored. U**l ch re.eh Ike UtUft *mk tut week. nd reader. —e irln rrniiM ml Ule % %  l f ll> fr the nrller name to he know, to Ike Ukc. Ml toe •akdrauon. bal an imr.e o> coed bulk. ir.l Hunter rUt I 1 '. lh l| nii'iiii CWFEI ie 1 lb Phone (;OI)|)AKI)S TO-D*



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7T ii I • %  r (lav April 22 l.0. Barbaibns fluurjcate re: IVE CENTS Year .... Hen Lays A Double Egg" A FOWL belonniiiK tu .1 i Lane, Speightstown. fad a "double ege" during trie peek. %  %  C owner of the fowl dei |w aii egg with his lire ik The egg was taken up from ng some othci %  || lool other and n i si/ lor puitinj; on the utoDaaticatly it .< il u passed. er was pushed back n Ihe brakes, The Hn did not live to tell the tak. Reuter. brake* flop Bg putting RBmJ • The s off I, aresr' the p .: •a* ibo & Ih IV % %  then take only the white wa SEVENTEEN YRS IMPRISONMENT; £90,000 FINE Trial Etuis After Two Yrs CAPETOWN, April 21. yHE millionaire financiers Stephen Norbert Erleigh and Joseph Milne, who were found guilty of several charges of theft, fraud and con travention of the Companies Act, were today sentenced to 17 years' imprisonment and fined ei)0,000 each. They face 33 years' further imprisonment if the fines are not paid. Ttlll wai emence for this tne "f i rime ever passed In Sjouth Africa^ history. IIAHBADOS is helping the sterling pool. Yesterday 3.000 tons of Ibni bOUtht b) the British G{ llurhados to Canada by Messrs : the S.8 v. Html rht tan 2,703 Yean Old ROME, April :\ Rome, the "Eternal City," 2.703 Mi i tali Mora %  %  1.64B.674 ciUxen rtl muat not put on .i pride but It.nip. %  everal figure* ell-kni ir Ihe ;> \ IIH. I Tilt \ Powers ul attempting I violation by endeavouring to bring in Italy. iA joint declura'hc Three P March .to, itm, proj %  I to Italy). t no longer want carried it thn i %  net showing it around. Arbitrary" police methoda now reigned a ind "those who auppoi democratic methoda are subjected to cruel .. anaarieaa aad nritanfci treeaa were maintained uncontrolled in Mania ifaaj aaaaaavvrai were ad out ind British %  Mori-smokers o u t n u taaokers In Daemons ,-..,' %  p h the railwa aW Trieate hat Lkmntft pc ricMii pUmiiiuti %  •wed a slight majority %  no oppose in • .v'th th atnoke. | aave rttablishBaine Barton. Uboui '.; %  oattioti In Triaal ar Coventry South, started th jrirynaulie-i maatery acreen. She i ituiy n weordancc with M.P. Asks Separate Smokers From Noii-Smoktrs LONDON. April 21 Remove Ban On Portuguese Koval Family LISBON. April 21. Portugal's National Assembly 'omght unanunou i i iiiii propoatng anoUtli i %  ;mii Portugal be aboUahed under the lull arc thoae of :B34 and 1920. : and the exile of the Portuguese pretendeTi Don Duarti Braganza, who has been living in Switzerland. He is the grandson of King Michael the Fust, exiled to Austria in 1834. Portugal—an independent aUrte atnee the 12th Century, and Britwas a monarchy until 1910. when the Republic was after a revolution. Second who died In I9M The section ipproved by the Corporate Chaml 11 guese UPIHT Houaa) nearij i yeai ago. Among those iifTected by the bill are the Pre! Fa Princess alaria FrancJaca uf Orieana, Braganza, hii three ten, and the N Queen Mother Amelia, who baa been living at Cht sailles, since the 1910 revolution, —Renter. if. b %  parate acrommodatum m dining u,v ejcpanaionial (B for 15 |wvi ihe sai I wei .Sir William Darling, C *vt Edlnburuh South, eongralu|a< Matt Burton on striking th.%  0* for oi %  ncy Can Praaa Soviets Reject U.S. Claim Britain will uncompi reject the SovU demand lor the wKhdl British troops from the Trieab iUc quartera here believed I It wa* Mans, that with the deadlock amonr the power* near the taaaaaanaaaaaal of a Govenwr fr I.,.si. the presence of allied troop* in Trie*!*is In actordaiKP %  ratk ihe lulUn Peace ti aa tj %  %  %  %  an the full text had been received and itudatd I i amenta, who relOtai —Reuler. Soviets Repalrialt' 50U 9 (NN) Jap Prisoners LONDON. Apul 2\ Moscow radio announced to-day that all Japanese prison. i in Soviet hands have been repatn%  pi for a group includlni L4B1 men held I Other* i" apatriab Included TORIES CHALLENGE CRIPPS BUDGET LONDON, April 21 ipon challenge confronts Britain's Lab mr Government as political opponents of Labour and private M combine In many barbed attack! %  tiservative Party sp^keaman in London announced the Party's Intent Su.ll'c id Cripps budget bo series ol vital ltd In tl Houaa i i Commons where laboui majority la only four. • int.i, %  :...i rdaUi London d majority vote whtob a .the wage in ang dlfftcultlei [*nn %  i i budget pi' %  Pai ty Lead* I Da^ Ii i tion aropoaali come to the Houai i in. preaa SPORTS WINDOW N ,.ILU %  > "" i in I'u.i .hvlaluK I . iind i.rw or la tour Ba l ui aa u>>tltM with lh nd i %  Irons Icama nm* vr> sou aaoMi Tlw iiti, lo tlose (ft LONDON. Apni 2\ aoviet Ruaua •oiarge thai an American B29 r||| _ajrfortreas machine-gunnert stated the. nth tha Unit) %  w,,,hi Health Otganisation betcfi sent out a plane to photocause the Organisation did not ffl* Bovtet derencai the note I fulfill its proper purpc-es. BOM K. ul. i the capitulation ol •tapan, a 'etal of 510,409 Japan. ... %  OflW Lai innountement day by tl T-pccu of reli LOS ANGELES. Apul 21. I Actress Ingnd IterRman TIM .'ittltudc of the Czethoslovn'. INCRID BERGMAN TO mi be sued foi oellad tli Doctor husband Pett Unitinl States G ridHMlUl "n grounds ol mental cruelty, his review Ine scope ol acUviUM I The Crechoslovak lawyer Isaac Pachl announced | Cieclioslovak eaublishnient.. ...n %  .,. that ,t had I.. barged Miss I Bergman with deaerting her husI band "in violation of her vowa." —Beuter. mtcd States.' Krulri Truman Will Be More Formal WASHINGTON. April %  lurmal In future. Ihe W %  lueeUoni %  mi" and whom he repreaenta, before aaktng hi About 160 nt: tiif iVorld Press, utuall' attend Mr Trum Mi Charlea Roaa White Hotta Preaa Secretmy. said the rhanga was "mainly foi i the Pre and rauld enabae all to see and heai Reuier. Truniun 0|)liniisiic Vlioul War FORT %  I oltGIA. April 21 can UlUtai that be %  %  : 1 HI the woi maintain %  %  whole unless we want to do %  i a noing to I am nn %  %  tig uifori.iuter. SOUTH \I RICA SEGREG M is %  Dongea %  l %  m can set %  %  AMERICAN DAY AT SEAWELL Queen Mary Crosses \tlantie In I Uays NEW YOltK, April 21. The llrv i ry" todav her (aateat H Atlaatle since tho ltd 57 mlnpton, it war i ra The %  \4 II -nt*-r Sikhs \tleiii|i| Invasion: •"> Killetl Ml, April || Troops and polio %  tb the tribe of Sikl 1 near Amntsai whl aside to accommodate Eight Sikhs were reported killed. The Sikhs are aatd t^ th modern BUtomgUl from prepari-fl Minkei hour attack on one village 30 miles from Amnt*ar. Whl I %  —Gam Pre*.. W.P. Wants EruitCannuifi In W.I. Firm, i %  padnli Lomx %  M.i'. reeli thai %  i enough alternaUi iai in the Weat Indtaa : James Giimths lary, if hi ; < stablislinik fruit aiinlng ractorii "f nic islands. Mr Rol thai he hi ntal oevel.-rporatuin might be Inh a pro}eet rauble is that so Indian Islands are one Industry aid %  'fruit Mama the obvious field providing ployment would, if n was hull! Up m. .i .liable do cut —Renter. liig Three Meet \e.xt Month N i the Big %  %  %  %  %  I .tu Foreign Mmallnunary talkwith Brneal Bevin In LonI %  Atlantli I'.H t Ciniiu il i i Renter. in the greatest commercial trial the rountry has ever known and Milne, who ran a financial enterprise worth £100.000.000. had faced 05 charges. Erleigh was found gnUty r part of 44 Milne f 19. Judge F W Lucas, who. coun%  saeeaora, deUi the verdict*, refused an application by ErMgh'a counael for a %  to prepare a plea asking lency %  •ilv built 4ti >ld Uindon-tom Cambridge gradaned forward In the dock. lus head impatiently. while Judge V w Lucas passed teneea ful Mrs grlelgta aal packed with aronien and husineumen. ol them .iss^:< HOLY YEAR HOMAGE VATICAN CUV April 21. Pane Plea xn an official Vittona Sana) Ian Jose De Costa Rica I %  Krutn LIE SEEKS TO BREAK / \ST-WEST DEADLOCK pHUl. An.i :ow. A %  %  p breah |fhe cas%  %  Argentine V>k* Frailer lor Loan PAH, Argentine authorities have ... finance her purchaei %  %  %  %  BSlgp •"*n of the reaaatage, sign .Minister '.MENTIS IN PRISON i 'ormer onflrmed K.vtec. It's \\\e Tobacco that counts A



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T ..rTR PAV. APBIL U. 192U UAUBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE THREE Conditions in the Eastern Caribbean and the Guianas By T. G. MAJOK Cna:H an Trade Commissioner ,„ "fOfttlGN TRADE' April 15, 1950 anticipated it "as settling the sugar problem 'ULi ax months lor the created much unreal u vincncv I *• *„ ation ol terllng. In the prws, leglslatui —*SJS MTTKOHW ol the Eastin ol banc foods t.niisliC.uiana British Guiana extremely rains in January and February further complicated matetured (ood, im The coastal lands wan m^L restrictions l,av0 pr( 'subjected to torrential '"importers from seeking pours with which the dl *oc*t s ri ;i; re unobl <> to cope. As I^B countries when CUT%  result thousaim Pwticd I" rlerUng. Al lhl -' H>dl tot sterling sources poultry wen crowing nHU IW" 1 ' ,;r h "aWtabts ;"'d other a Jrfmine eo$u but not ad road tram %  . IKS in the conservation dams —.*TT these I which n-.it.ht have produce .been greatest in those ,,i foods Jd.tation suppl* ction> of tlM uub ,c rushed from Tr. I %  :i -Waers Lag— made. n.v ipeaklng waathar %  %  to crop growth i n the ) ing o( the sugar CTO) ing and good yields art pated although ihe MJU begin ' m there has been The f" 11 *'""' :; "' devo! .clayed by the crops of 19*9 w llcl1 ,lacC(l irrigation an.: tnricalion uh %  > is a proponed 420 n M Ti inioad. The water supply ol also is the subject of recent activity In British Guiana. ni.ii Davalopnai t 1 British Government body, is putting into operation a very extenKploftatiori "f the timber resources of the Bartica triangle juat above ih head of navigation on qulbo River. The tourist season has beer. settee, particularly in wafWhioa innulad and l..ha*. Mid 34, Thomas. Ihe annual Miilux of tourist*, by Ike roggni steamship MTM.r. frw 1 .ind the rnited Maaai am ban augmented hy a number of lux ur .ruise ship* operated k) llriluli. Dutch. \iiirn...ii , other lines. Barhados bi | ml alaff ha* ben.-i.tted b) %  u^uution of direct 11 %  da Airline* Hunts (r.m MOM In al rla saaniaaa tad h >> atrei %  niiM from Wneiucla IIr ccolli British Wed 1 wan lu* sssurted Sathai la sttaa which should lawn ift of tourists from the I'm tee States. MSCKLENBUROH SQUARE PROJECT—An ..rust's drawing ol the d ,-..•. Lcmdon, at hide for food parcels from overseas. Financed by the Lord Mayors National Thanksgiving Fund, the bin'. ..ud United States Students. On the loft is the proposed £800,000 bulldlnf '.or married and women students It is north side of the Square when the bomb damaged houses now standing than lave been demolished, tin the right is win look when reconstructed to accommodate men itadanta. Risefl In Canadian Eagle Oil kraal LONDON, April 21. .n the London Stock exchange have shown that market operators are content to lea\. MM to their own devices whilst full import of United Kingdom budget proposals is being assessed. was a trash upset in 1 da, following the addition ol two more sterling loans to *he redemption list. Sharp rises in Canadian Eagle lovided tho feature of the oil section. Other oils were mostly hesitant Lcopoldina railway prior charge were Arm In the rail section but d the utilities eased on protit-taking on recent issues. celling of South African gold shares continued today and the market was dull. Confidence still remains to be restored in this ind potential buyers are holding -Keuter. Plan For Students Centre Criticised — In England 3h in the and stimulateprc-Chrislmi.i At the same III %  B— a t> I pvermnen's at price increases until new mported. in ad'' "Guardian" suggests it would ha wiser to bring other univers'ties tMna .Hid enable nversaai students to go also to Bristol or Manchester or Mn iiungliain l>\ assisting increase their hostel accommotuiHon. %  %  formidable An attempt to Frank KewsonSmitti i London H to "The ba point of \ %  %  wet weather which contlm into the dry aeo cutttng and may tfleel tb 1 n tho tnothei couiiuies have '" to British Guiana, the rainfall I (ovarm In Trinidad has ,,, rvy and there h I f the re' —ubly in Trinidad where ,u wropa. Trinidad has had an strictrva measun,. T lawted c<''=' 1 "' Canadian excallant besjraung which hits h yejgr SMMI sarveys made by buslKingdom to be no immediate pru -, ,. n iiiUoiL<, indicate thai ; %  ersal of the In T" %  — also has shared H arirp increases mnsine fUao "* %  warea in the boom In um are taken to increase the S w ''5 i" r "' Ml '" %  I;u,lv r c 1 w tn sules vhic,l y ,0 nat<1 currency aJaosaneati a*, ihe middle of Ihe year. Europe, smallei J, I urak paasee bad thai Zealand, The choice In the rnmmKlil> Brieea are aumarkel for nutmeg ir A h> 1lar. Ii %  aasrtli eonlribulr to rising lt6 g^oing to the sterling and associat. 1 %  f United Kingdom and Europ" at 1 ; %  ''" Tun H 10 commodity prices, satisfactory puces. The near n eardtoad sa oat of travel by ah and s< 0 rainfall resulted In losses ol stortion countries, such as 1 d posts I i'" 11 %  '""'/' iBTrtfiio,. Ml h IVderalinn Kcporl KVB all island%  %  %  "" bave irKreathw and lubricati al a I > the di tncuU les rd poultry and ]„ the poetical Held the publinobile sen. ibuted to the up I 1 on 1 Our London Correspondent) LONDON. vcr a question on which the to Innii %  e would wish to be solidly united. It is ihe ^ nsi aa tjo ea greg atlo n critiolarn Pund sponsored by the Urd Mayor,of LorT'JSOt frl'Th's ol the generosity to Britain during warCIU *. the Commonwealth and of the Uniua tunity for contact with their I .^f gratilenburgn %  Ung faUowi there than they would %  ..in How and have red lodgings. He .t Russel Square to the Lonalso denies that the bee n 0011 Unhn Ungs la Maeklenhui Malet Street. Into .1 postti ;i graduate ,. v. ., bourhood n is eonpi n fact, imprwed .iuenncally ideal. It is by the '1 tha close to 1/indon University, the BJ ....,, _. ,,.,. British Muaaurn, the Inns od Cousi any case bstdrj d tl teaching bospltsls. < namy ictto. are about ten years or s where it is 200 men in residence at I,onbllih the cultural do House, Their average stay there is 2 years. They pay between :i( to 4 guineas a Ing on whether or not ihey share a bad Besides dormr Mouse has common rooms, a dining hall that would do % %  Cambridge collage, and a good small library and edu re for the %  1 %  1 tkdoa but throughK.-uli-riU i.f Merklrnbureli Square, expecting to be displaced pares— aasUfta the Idea of the Benin being then, reople in the 1 I for the b) U Frank 1 egret toil it "as to displace about forty families In Mewkkri <•. but he said that cMiefforl would l>e %  %  The Dominions Students' Trust also denleta and the wsdsh provldn one of the bent Uva logethar, the crlO anasplss "i OaaiglH arehiteeture segregation from their fellow in InaWI and is eerUinly the -ludenls in thht 0OU maat completely unaltered examlatter point that harSeagffad pie of iU period. most serious SttSgfUon in the British Press. 1 ol couraa, i the fund. SechiMon in a letter to "The Times" last re controversial, week. Dr. S. w. Jeger. Socialis; %  Iest summed up In If.P, for Mot bom and St. l'anastai rSS South, argued that it was OB. the subject not in the interests of the students self government ; diho,'V I. ne clnr, thrrnseKe. -to be co tloo Of higher .-gg M fedennion of theBi. an theout' • standing fi the period nin e ln U" under review. This report recomn„ Ti. InfMMk. menrl^ the establishment of a —un llK '"'"•*'*— federal government with ... 1 on 1 wh strucUoa, both private ..1 H Australian C is becoming increasingly active constitutes ['building of the burnt out %  seclusion among their own knd" anarltmh.. ish Gui Th( Man.h^te. Guardun" in w.LB. 1 "r;;;,/;.,. %  r *j-j* 1(ldl ; I : %  ;%  ; (oupled with this report .t( ^ Colonial students •P-twn*' %  u ,,^e. %  iWdSua rt %  rwuld live on easy and Ultimate repres. looking towards a mullet -Aith the voung people of tt % %  -Muresthis countrv. The American stuquntities about '_or1 these reports ... ( ,,. Mri w|](in |u to than the W.M Indian proPort-ol isflando, submitted to the various colonial U| ^ w.th Amerianregarde,! j the minimum IKDC and botUi ..... ^ (|j ^ t0 ^ lr ,.. lU%1 u a %  nary tor m %  %  „ [, iri(|oi! crvtaion lor ha BaWtry as the 1 of tht Trinidad .i.e Eastern Liinb)H il aconotn Other adverse criticisms have was ad, A number lei klenbuigh Squaremust 1 in Meeklenburgn SqUMS. We Of the 40 families who will ba Ul \ Memorilll build a permanent memorial" rays nrigndu-r I C PSppar. Secretary of the Thanksgiving Fund and the man %  A coffee hit! .federation proposals hi but the W favourable except ,: by political extensive plsflll fi p thsn comnuit i;.i repn 1 and mineral rent* local legislatures ha end of agriculture an 1 to the com Jerway. Various govUc-tocial an the probemment authorities have anhave be sag at the thi tind was so imposingly in one small area in "monastic Mw ^ 0u I*lV S4,u '' r ',\,,, the-* plan, rocjualon among their own ktodJ lx-.'n given wide national expression %  i.niveriitiea In of the country, in his opinion. would be to the value otf the pgl %  %  %  More than £400.000 was in ihe 24 %  .'aiung <>n the thousands 1 %  %  ...It's the improved Chase and Sanborn I Mrrc word. ..n't (kicribe it. You'll luve lo tatte v i when you Uftacupofthii HvChaNUd ...nil .-M lain with dtiajstl You'll agrc with ih 1 ..ill it, lb aotv rcaa 'I let .. can today—vat uu youi pm u 1 v///////, V /,...,..v,v,.,v//,v,v,'AV,v/,-,r../.v.'/,v/. London and its 111*? Or necmarlly i)e iitsplaml. to mako In.. 1 data] nomk solvency if pol.t dom is ti egret not having enjoved room lot I nomic batui of the proi % %  • .'eg,-,., quoU ..1. says need thlnkl It Mlioual I I" I '"" •" will nfTrt' : : %  Houae 1 ItamaUve %  .immodaUon has been offered .iitcd." he lid We shall just have to fend IUn-pot. It is for ourselves". He added: "One ust conprofeasoi who has lived in the %  1 .11 ,.1 •.„,. tinned out Quiet DigjaUS* OForO ENHANCING YOUR BEAUTY IS YOUR FIRST DUTY Ba sure to visit the beauty counter of Collins. Broad Street where you can select the famous: — 1 %  LMi sassy -that nothing In I ing* Uung sts 11 now to be Hudson, 13 %  Hut when I:. are now On th< troasun I ah %  local man es and archlto "The Timea": The '.< %  I buddings of Meckb n M ..... ..holarly good Job, took a loi S)eYc?Uvi| C|W/u g; BEAUTY PREPARATIONS. • ^'.-.'^'.'---•.'*-,--. :-*-<,'.-.•,',-,',•,',-. .V//V/.'*V*W.V,V/,V*V#V*V* \n Outline to 1 university than the grAceless mufti* Hall Trust, plaea*. Araothi protested against the intenUon to T sl %  wn one little house in the. rporo is to sttucre, called "Elysium", that has %  1 %  rallv regarded as an ..I. in,.-, luidl gem. It was once %¡ InsUtuthe home of a royal mistress — ording SO the letterA IT IS A PLEASURE TO CHOOSE AMONG THE MANY BEAUTIFUL FERGUSON FABRICS STOCKED AT YOUR FAVOURITE STORE. character, which lU r 11 ma. rutting was '.' %  CLEMENTS INDIAN TONIC for A final criticism strongly A. Part->f levelled at the %  chirked the "MoiMnastai f.uaidian" is '" tland. wtS %  if this sort There i I hdded: "t." mi ltlatO. M'.II I^Midon, and thil rag of "Meekwith one university only. The —I.N.S. ((Jou save Time and Money when travelling with BRITISH m WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS W You con book your passage through our office to anywhere in the world at No Extra Cost. faWietered hi Trinidad) Lower Broad Street 1 Bridgetown I nWasoes PHONES 45SS Zltt Nux Voimca, Damiana etc. Indicated in Em rgy. Muscular Oebiiity, and A-n londiti PRICE: li/ A BOTTLE. We have ARRID DEODORANT A JAR Messrs Bookers H'DOS, Dru^Stores Lid. Broad Street and Alpha Pharmacy, Hastings. IHE STANDARD VANGUARD Mil I Will S Mil % %  I'lll'll \l! IMIJ.wlllHK. NOTE THI • Th< 1 in Its class . seats 6 people in comfort. a> MOM • S> s-.i .advance, in addition ran better petrol economy iK-eds. a> %  1 h'-al gears will"ii all forward gears. # THt Ul IN ITS CI^SS TODAY. .odeli at CHELSEA GARAGE (1950) Ltd Phone 4264 — Trafaljar Street.



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UTTRDAY. \P BI1. 21. 1950 c LASSIFIED ADS. BARBADOS ADM: PAGE SIA I \ WUVEK.\MI\i XOTH'KS xra %  DIED ,^r — HMttWD EGBKHT im izIS*UI l !" I*" •**• T—tOmitr "SSL. n~i "-"'•" THANKS -V gndwmanrt b( lo thank J!!, Md In.nd. *l" '*d * Ei 7w """ "~ %  %  '•*. 'n^^ WMI .vmp-Uilwd wiin u* in our "STo. Ibck. Oliv„ Ita-k IN MEMORIAM i hUiKf iiemorv SniBna IMS *C wBo bWd yo *adl) mla> %  • It fl>n' anoher vear M auj %  %  ** hoUEB "' lh ntl "*i Tt-aaj"of '•"' •*" , %  } rnur!.t"-:vl %  Kjldred Rudder and /"'"d" Ea M 1I.4.H-K DABCY %  *" *!?'">£*-<*> -~ rnuMia rn Mjhb^ui „„„, „„,_ a,.^ -„ g"" ? .m d all *****,, Waff*. 1-W, >M& Mr. < Clartw. ^ ... %  MOAJ OW, .:... ri.;._.. % %  fh*^*'^'; ** %  •" *WUM with miu> ^-*' r l.J" P h o— %  verandah. Tel. %-i FWrd. on. ,|, Aim f rl~ J SSSF " C1 "" -*. BE U-MU-Y A SCOTT. UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER CHOCOLATE BARS '".•.l.t.ltl.HU ol IJ..VO. AMk. BKANKEK. TROTMAN A CO. u*"" !" MIX or mi •H up for le on Thi.r*a.i law wa sa,s,ai: 1 1 i£ 1 %  *--k, ,o , „„„ „,,„„ D'AKCY A SCOTT i^2L **?& u w 9Ur O*TM. S 15.4 10—4n VlAT -At lUy >Unrton, fully fumMltM l^n* Mill, fully tumWhr-. .^J U .'L XO ?T ,abw "!*• " -PBob Ktn c o AlWrnc A*.h:.. !• 4 10—4n '"'-I 0M lim huM BM -pan33.3 Sft-t.f .n. %  IIRAIOVBE— on-U MumM, Cfljrt. bMUml MM balhtn* Fully fmn*|d ; (our M|r* IUMCCTtOC, 'n*ony_. r.dlo. Apply oppo.il* or : MM "'JM Arlklrs it bf Sold at Aurliun K i IIMORIS mi the -.•nd May. Illill. VIM p.a. C.OODS SEIZED AND FORFEITED I Mu.lt III! TRADE ACT Hid—4—135 | I > Harbour Log IN CARLISLE BAY SHIPPING NOTICES Bf Wlimn Parftitcd M V Math win .. Emmnuel Uww aoii Smith Willmiii BmrsMr l'aul Nolan JaruH :t Bottl"-. 1 Botti4 Tin* I || < i III 1 > ZollMtl. s.„ -w—• 1L 30 l .iiion nilttlllll Biiluli Guum.1 1 iMM-Jei.k,. W M '..-.. I i .no. PaoMnfcm %  urenl. 1. 1950. MM 1 ^rhownrr OVMOF I'K I Trl 4M7. MOWTRLAL M-IUlll. v / %  AlArfD u\r IHIITHI (M.A.V.Z. LIKF.I ^ DEVONIlVr al TrliiHUd from ,\ About mti NU> %  TY or Dnvpc" wu llllr ,!,.,! IWt, iHihilii Uxitr. M IMh. Sy**-->. %  : • %  *•. June Tlh. *bou| 4Ui July. 1-fcubM... Th* VMWII l... Ciilllari. hwd fiMM. and mw^ c4. n C. Mi ^W on ihNuak hill. ut*m. Bub ~ %  Met fo ^T_f X fl har %  **"* %  PpLv:ri-Vn WITKY A CXJMr'ANY Alai.la THfUajd A COOJTA & CO LTD Annla RailMdoa (UKH)S St:i/.r:i) \M> I'OKI'KITBD UNDER IMPORTS & EXPORTS RESTRICTION U A iMMiIlful ImpoMnf liuildlnf uva %  >nj*ruetod Pully turm.ht-ri oomplet; • nn mini and rutlary Stud*bak*i < . i( ivquirtnl From May lit (or foui lo •!* montna Tot furthr: •PfrtV lo ownT. phoiK 2TB7 of RX30 alWi 4 p "' io 4 ao-itn i OK SAII: AUTOMOTIVE CAJ.-£Ur>aanl H h t. Sli ta>' Tyrw ood No rU0iMibl< E^rtdwd. Mti >lvla ^' CM. Bind-* %  %  a H %  flU tn* V-0 Miktit b) BOOd 1. Uatil*y. Chaiinnx*. ChMal or pnam 4108 QUt-Dxil l P*frct 1940 Hn "•rhajuiMl 3 cood t) Mr Aw % %  i'. A. phon* SSM %  p-One Cnryitet Svdaii Car. 11 %  •%  'i nooan Car. App'> I, c o Cmnu.polHi.ii Oamto. MM CAR-M G SporU Model, In good Mr. new f>ri iint top. Ni offer refused. Apply Jefbrun. Phont SiU. 16.4 SO6n CAB-0-* Vauxhall 14 i ,-~m vs..,klar H. P liar... .v Co Suee; PfcOBa 40*a IB.4 30-ai CAJ*~or-iu;H ... MOOD crwiMr mnum in axcelki i 0. Ud K 4 SO—4n. €W1 Cwtvro'et IVU l? pamted Api 9L aUehavl 32 4.50-*,. MOTOR CAR II ; VMM drivi a.w.1 drivt". •I Mftdliton il Ptil Mi Althei ; Red & Tor Inn 21 .4.SO '*. KOTOfl Mr *, H i' '.i IL Appl> I" II i Hart* Gup LA.T. Co IB 4 VL-2.1 TKOCK-One in ClMVTtlbM Truck it M •0: T A r; 1 4 30—in IfCTRICAL C00URATOB7 | ,„,.. ennd,arbadM Ice co Bay Sire* M 4 M> W %  JKTKIt 010 %  J..I %  ,;;. t* nrklDC ord.i Telephone S24D %  n 4 so in Uamumhouae Re Allder, RoehurK 23 4 S0-2i. * c -' h orvditioii. WID fhANOFRaAno-hCT W ^' L H If. n |Hi IBCORD I'l.wi i %  "'JS^*' 1 ~ ' 'or H6.00 Dial %  n*5o.t, VtSTOCK 5"*-0],'O Ch.ld.e., f,., ntx Vrlfa ECHANICAL %  a 4 n in ^*1 %  oo Mki 8CELUNE0US REAL ESTATE ONI ST.. %  %  d, St Thunu.* %  V. .ir..*i. 1(( and dnuiiJ ^!T w iL. ,,hop nd *** ^.iiu Apply on proniian. M 4 SO-In \ I-OHIION oi %  Cocouu, g*.,. in Bl I'-iA 300 to. 400 vm. with -p. Droximalaly J.OOO hearing i-oroauul tre*. n "en. t'nplanlea Mill ''"'-'bio for ru. eocuanuu and banaOM •tauaudl 7 mii from Ca*r.* on fiovmunent main road which run* 1', milea "IK.UII [i v :.,I 1( I BKnlkni houw< Ittaj Wi fe.-t atarra aaa>t i novCTfitiiing tprkne i.v..ii.bif from power plant i MaM Apply (i I, liAJtrofU) IfonwQOd at. J SO.4. SO—f,n AI'AKTMENTS TM-o iOartntrnU at Coomb* llouar. White Park, to an approved tenant Dial 400f a 4 50— In. I iHilruoni*. M...iu>g water In each. One MM with I bedroom. For 'L-utara dial :ww "-tf n. w.wwn %  newly constructed Throe Bedroom, runninawain All mod*m i-onvctilencea C\ruc. fruit t-.. | Ciailoe. Phone 4430: 8 to 4 %  %  qunrtea acre*. At Derrick %  two cor*, aervanU room, %.i. nd Urav fowl run. Apply to Unden %  lt.ib" for further in font ui (.•..D ide Phone No. 3W1. CAUELOT, Chelaaa Road, Mandiiut on ip 12.1100 -q ft wild wall Cottage i-ed aallery. drawing room, 3 bedroom*. each with running water, modern conx-enionce*. neve'al fruit trow • %  F Cnln "n t 4 to fi p.m except Sundays. DUI MM. OJMU, t-ln. HELP A TYiMST he 0UI iifllce. make jpplicitlona b< Brootd K %  oat UM September ter to teach Claoa—auming %  ing to quajifrrallotia and Uona %  taitim qualll nd aub>ecU : % %  %  r-*Ji the Headmiitreu not \!..v 3lel. 11 4 SO "i'NITW AJBttTANT hi .i, in penon to w.,rd. Drucaeat and Grocer. M U HI. or. Chrurt Chuncfe. 21.4 SO-OrIIOUHIKBBPBR for Klngole> Club. Il. Plume 220T to public %  %  %  i in JJ II 4 S0-n I hivr lieen Imtructed sale that comlort.it.. -'HumeMead*. Ulu.' eAreot Tt has itetlery. druu ina rooma. (2i be d room" % %  %  .id for keeping roata. fmn.edi.ile pcnr—lnn. Apply to DARCY A %  %  M i %  Church BBjra* FoundOtlon School, from the lit May ISM, lo teach SpanUh and ;cct* %  PPCOVld Scale according to qualitkaUon and eipenance. n* 'hould be aenl with full to the Headma-ler not later than 22nd April. W II ANTh ; Sec. to Gov. Body, Ch. Ch. Boya* Foundation School. •450-7n. MISCELLANEOUS Will tha friend who borowed the hook . i I v Ol rOMURKOK Irtone kindly return 11* 23 4 SO2n %  lha BarboUo* Nuipra' %  23 4 SOIn. 1'IBI.It **OTHEJ f n>ry deicrtcllon r old JeweN. r,ne 9Uear VKm'iSS'SJF"——* 1 •.— t.f -I CARKY^-OT. Engllah rroMto. ,"L ul' " l Piaiod + rJ^r m *" '**• I3W 7 .LT or 'T PW-pen. limited __la*or U|j. -j 490 an ^•Mntlue* a* U o-nl. per u. -> OMtorw. St John a 4.80— 3n "iuSi* 111 ?** A %  • Johnoon'. U~*w fou.h.1. nwi sm. ^ Co lAd. Brctrtcal Dept a 4 soon Flannel at I 1 IB per rd 8TANWAY Store. a.4.503ii |r for Sale at their Office*. Nc: IT. High Street. on Friday the ?l-t daj of Aptll 1000. ..I 2 pm. A fullv paid up Policy in the iterbjUfe Aamu-ance Society, on AT*, aged Tl ro MSS at Preeent Surrender Value ll.lW.W COTTI.E. rATFORr. A (j' %  netltlon at our OITce No: IT. High Si Bridgetown, on Friday the Mth day of April IM0 m 2 30 p m %  three.toiied mewuaa* or dwelling hou*e known a> l(oue> and Ihe land thereto belonging containing by admearurr-. t^uarw fe4 or theroabouio altuale a' Bridgetown. Inaperlion any day* excepl Sunday* i npplication on the prenuae* LhOV partlculBJi, tlona of Sale, apply to the urdarMgned rOTTlJ". CATFORD. A CO "£25 ••*"* *med by obUlning order* for private Chrlilmaa ("aru.* from rour friend*. No prorriouo eiperlenc* necoeaory. Write today for beautiful fre< Sample Book to Britain'* large*! a no .i.il.net*. higheet cornmiaalon. marvailous money making opporiuniiy. Janaa, WUIlama A Co., Depl 10 Victoria Work*. Pititon. EUaTiati-' Mtf* ** r mm Oo*. Michael TelaDhone ll.4aV-4r. BUUis Z ,„, p Tl4 %  V.JW g*-** ( "" HOI1-..I %  %  a>arrow. Fhone I104—4008 31 4 SO Th JJ" UPB, HEM:-Half-mc ."£il-lp p' •*" ,p •* **AJrjr|g a, co LTD 3S0 t I ^QaTWNTm A tart. ^"tot ai .jj an,,; HQ^I If SOOr -J TAfcft M Ane>T*fd-aa Plan 13•**•• %  %  4 To "an .et UV for a-> It * ...rnpelitlcn M our OfHce No: IT. Ijirh icetown. on Friday the Wh of Aniil ltoo at 2 p m Dwelling hou*e tformerl*' __ la-ar'a Houaa of Ooodland Plant*. with ihe land on which II %  1,-rrhe. ->r ih.reabOUU Inapectlon wiy a>y betvotn 10 a m For further partleulara and Condlona o( Sale, apnlr to the JeT*irne 11 4 flO-tn NOTICE difficulty ol tender .-l-iueinent of the Celling ihe Pariah Church wtihoui Aral run ing ihe old nr.e, I now call for trnder* for the removal of the main ceiling of tl.. Paj.Ui Church. Tender* will be iOBitewl by me up to IfjpJ till ItOO" W. U GOODD4G. Parochial Treaaurer. SI. Philip It I '-> a. riic Barbados Shipping %  i railing (o.. I.lil. NOTICE I* herwby given that under Article No ST ol Oka Article* Of A0%  OIL:I!IOII f The HabtaN ahippiivf IM* ilIX-.ISTFJt OF MEMBEHa will be >loeed a* from that Ml< Apn 1060 lo the 10th May 19a0 By order of thBoard r>( COLTS U E WI1J : Seci. %  M Itenry SUeet. Bridgetown .*. SO 3n ii huar.l Altaini.i I Jomfh tad H DMBM Mfi.slcr il l,miy .li.\ N H I tin' i i baj II.t: ft | Pit Pk*j> .'it, B**nUi "Tl-'ANT (fr ES'TRV GOODS V\titM 1 1 iHii— Isi( I ION U M.itk> o| \uLubu>. T s K Ltd .. N A C B. (* II .IiiliiiH.ni -i Mnnlwnrr BOWBN No, l .. IA M No 8 M. 4 Co H A R I. N. lUrriiiti.i. H H N H in I.I. a aoN .. i .IKMMOTT .. BOItNN BAT RUM i 0 N R WILSON .. A \mv: II Ona Una IV. On.1 1 .Iv On* 1 1 ().... 1 •'mir In.1 1 h 1 %  %  1 Ii 1 1 Pwo %  ". Pwo !;<-llMi On. I'II I M I.AIMI.D iiu.iiAia: (MM I. 'Ii Ml mill—I SECTION i III N 'I \ M \ H N M M Ali.i.li I ''IB I I I, I I. 1 1 AlijlllCllMlli %  ^;ition to ndnir.' Welfar Fund crfjaTifNl UTMMI %  10-47. %  %  The salary attached to this pout is •: I mailed ill COIll will bfl \ \ Th, | ..i.ition with (N Apiilu. %  %  Mi ApeiL DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Exhibition ol Handwork There will u School Teachers at the Easier ViicatK.: School on Thuila>. ihe lift April. 195U %  will be made (or admission. Applu Senior tad Junior Clerk in a Ml loans from the Labour Welfare Fund erMtojd (Rehabilitation Price Stahiliruli.m Ul 2. Candidates must be in potMtotto lertillctle of equivalent standard. AppUi should also have a knowledge of tcct 3 The salary acale of both pus.• long grade in the I^^oal Civil Egtablishu ol $1,872.00 per annum for UP the Junior Clerk. 4. These posts are of a tarn] subject to termination wtU) %  5. Applications in wnlmn wiih teitiiiic; the Colonial Secretary. Colunij, h the 28th For Sale-aaConiJ MISCELLANEOUS 1 TaTtJCK TYRES--**} %  Auto Tyre Or, BESt t _'"ii K ^YRX_ %  % %  • Ato Trro Q I "OFa-tr" %  WTR-Juat „ ^ -V.-.-v..,'20 ( SO Jn %  4 SO 3 STETO. TrlODO AND CLAMPA-Twenty -h rate*! Tie RodEach TT', feet long Mart Thb-ty au 'Sii Cla-npa Ji x 3 inThe Above can be earn at BulMlev Fbcfjory and oftXar. for *an .uhmltWd to the Pararhaol Treajaurer of %  Ceeonte by the I*. M lt-„ ^ TWrXD-Oenu Pin St. double width EUT par ••. cotawr%  '.roam STANWAT tTOaX. Lucaa LeiTkl Srbaal Nrxl Tfra? HAVE you conalderaol J*aaraalMn an C-rea-r* The Barbadkt* Adh" I ing for a bright young man to irain a* a Rub-aWtor Apply ra ffieua full detaila to the E dI Io r Tho Reoml Rtreet r-eOTlCE PAJU1R or BT. PET1R WanMd by tha Poor Law Ouardi fur the Alrraahouae a fully qualified Nur rapabla at taking charge of Midwifery faaUry064 00 per month ApplicanU muM praawnl then.wive* with HU-th Cwrtiacaa* and credential* to the PMO at hi* real ire r r St Peter m or before Apr, 10 NOTICE A E T/.YIXHl calllnr all aajeaiM who lepreaant flrma aeUinaT dry go. I ,:ier. S S S Dngeld ihaaatta %  Seawell %  %  %  MAIL NOTICE %  %  Mexican H6vie$ %  %  v 9nc. mm VOIR stan t •*"' Km. N.T. i. a.. altt u''''i "J£ ftC" *iri April \:,v Ml u Qai \N MBTI i RANGER" %  I %  dee April %  \s laiAH taavit i ^-a*• c,i skip %  I'llcruu%  i i'eunaiii' S •* A DM VOItTMl Ol M. aatJi Haaataaai j ,.,u iranifnw AMU BBBJ, %  M..v Mlfe | May M-tl. vrriraa I NUy Hih ABUly : DA COSTA ft CO ., Se.vi.* I1AUKISON LINE OUTWARD FIIOM THE (NITPD Kl HOaUWABD FOR MI I NI VMM) ss l USTODIAN" For I...Ion Clows in Barbados IMh Uth v to DA ODSTA & CO.. LTD—Ag.nti. >lr. I'eiisunl VOt) CAM HAVK YOUK IANES ISSIKUl Hi %  ppb/lBI to ... 1 \,11.11 IMIMIIC111 I IM1TLII tmm—m Itaaannein Mjilnll strrrl, • it) A. M. WEBB Sloctu — Honda — Sharca Both i%  155 Rorhinfc, st i.niU.Umii Hal %  ma-. Bra ,','-•,', ,-.-.-.',-,----',','% • j; JOHNSON'S STATIONERY & HARDWARE IN . 4. \I.V AM/.I l III IKE IS SEE US. IMH VI. I Ol MMIt IIII. PUr Head rlriuid SI. toil SALE "MAKISKIW aving i Liarvini %  h :;;. LfU % %  (Quarter* and fowl i fully luriuhh. i -saawslon will i: Further particulars. H402. r \i i \ i -• vii ) i INO 1 .. \pril -Hih al MM IrKM l llUMlM t* valiird*> \prll 3SUi. lo 1 00 p.M. MM \Mt I LI H. i ..a i salt. 23.4JoV-2n. LrOII S\U "EVWIU.N" (Next to Voovlllou". Top Rock) Si-inding on :u-ail> tfc Affl now nearing completion. ung it..,,,,,, bf %  Viewing by appointment onli by tDPlylllf to UhPH A DEAJLD IIaid wood AJley raMtM IMS tl MM 19.4.50—In. %  •MlSO\ Al The publkare hrraby warnco agi>"i>t giving credit lo my wife rAR%lTN (AltTER 'late Holder* aa I do not hoi in>*rlf laaao n M h to for ha. ot anyone elaa rontrarttoaj any deb* or debU in mj i,am* ianlaa by a written orde•igrard by rrw 23 4 10— Sn Far MARL. SAND. GARDEN MOULD, ami LIMF Rheumatism, Ankles Puffy, Backache, Kidneys Strained! iu.\;;-' II droda lad) l.niriJa No Btncfit— Nd) r %  >'•• .-'• %  rlih OH.I Kid.e r i DMhM> Wr, Cystex Th Buitrd I ni located I ANA. Cap., n. AH '.inkIM 'I %  • Copadty Shape Uth b l*.700 Imp Gl. JU.tOU % %  10x S2rx>. DP'.II Round K IDNIVII %  L D D %  I I -.., RHIUMATItU 208.000 „ V W Tanks will Innld wher* " and "u il". •Hould Inkinain Fifld, Brituh Gulan.. Mn GENUINE llll. IKO^N C.IS4.I II ill MM S III I IIII WITH RUM OR WHISkV





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PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE Qahib falling H IS EXCELLENCY the Govof thi Service .Association and othrr guests at Government House on Thursday evening. Arrived by "Gaacogne" M R. Gabriel RacUt ho arrived on Thursday by tint "Gascogne". ]• on his way to THnldi will be giving piano concert. Mr. Rarlct is a young Frenchman born in Pan* and has played in mam concerts in various parts of the world. In Pans he played at the Conaervati.:if (itMU.HM 'ore cornins; here ha was in Algiers and also played at tba Conservatoire de Musique there. Perhaps during his short stay m Barbados he might be persuadd to stage a concert here Amphibian Arrive* Transferred Here M R S. K Will : I %  (CI-IKC ui Igvantti !>.' Holder's Paintings At The Museum A N KXHIHITION of paintings ' J r ity Holder opens to-day at the Museum for four Holder is a nineteenycar-old Trinidadlan. He was educated at Queen s Royal College, '.no younger brother ol Boscoe Holder. He began drawruj and painting at the age of 5, c age of 15 held his (1r*t one-man exhibition in Trtni-i.ii Among the purchasers of hU work at this exhibition was Di Cecil Marque/ of Howard Ufet age of 18. %  completed 0 trail lor the American base, Waller Field. Last year he tv Id a joint exhibition of hla ... ik with that ol M ifrw Holder was partly ponMble (or the founding of the nth Art Movement in Trinidad New Ideas For Floors and Colour Schemes Ol the Trinidad and a member of taying at th< his brother's troupe of Folk Lore Dsavosn His favourite painters are Gaugin. Modlgllant anc S'lvorubias. Married On Thursday a%  %  %  M married to Miss Gowans of England. The A RRIVIV; yesterday mornl ing at o'clock %  ) Seau w I A from St Klltl u.Il from ChaKuaramas Naval atiurt visit and Base in Trinidad was a PBal(| oU .| |; 5A Amphibian plane. On board iciuarwerr paaaengers tcr „.„,. n Trinldl and aeven new. They were t^,,, lrans here on an excursion tour and were only here .lew hours. In charge was Commander S. who has %  !" STp^' SUTA^ Fir.t V,.it to the Tropic. J- ^^ !" ? :; ^ M.IAI< %  -*M Kail m "* M i two Cam. Da. *lu> i (nun South Carnl:.,.! who came out to Barbado. n-iy w-.-^ducted b, Hi. H** years and m I :-turned hot. I-cod. Poll Rodney". TtK Dr. Kirk*ooign which waa pictured ^ u a sleno|traih! CCS* while his bride X it %  Protoyn and u .,_. ... > <>gne from England these war* fluently hP* to re,urn AHer Five Months A rm spaod : iv m Barba r Taylor ol K %  \ I F LOORING Ll a problem in new house* where the floor* are of concrete, due to present restrictions on wood flooring. Asphalt tiles, as a substitute for linoleum, are suitable for any room. They are reasonably warm. easy to keep clean, and are obtainable in a pleasing range of colours and design* A jointle** flooring of wood and rubber not affected by heat, fireproof, dustasss and heat-resisting, and is also available in ;i wide range of colours either plain, mottled or in a feather design, Colour Dictmmmry H OME co lour-scheming is simplified by the first Dictionary of Colours for Interior Decoration Produced by the Brit sh Colour Council, it contains 378 sample colours, shown on matt and shiny paint surfaces, with matching samples of pile carpet. The dictionary will be ol particular interest to architects and interior designers, and also to people planning their homes Several of the big stores have enough for horn already ordered copies for their interior decoration departments //ic.r/w/uir*' Lu.ru rim tpUR the Linen < tipbaard if your linen is not ui By PamHu Blake Far the Gardes, nosUlgu gifts to friends abroad are English strawberry* plants which can be sent to any part ot the world scaled dry in a special new wrapping material Far Use Wine Capbee.nl.—No that good wirus are cheep entertaining, important to know what serve, when, how and with wh also how to choose, buy and keep your bottles. A little booklet. Fine Drinking;, can be sent free to any reader who would like a copy and sends PsMB&V .ng m the heart of P has an atmosphere all its own. It is the first thin? 'list strikes you as you enter—the cathedrallike calm, the peace.... phere. The chambers were de-1 signed pnmarly for study':.*, an animals, women and children were not allowed. Today there is still a ban on animals and children, but many women live there. Television an noun i • Malcolm's home is half-hidden tv daffodils The small garden t. full of them, so are the window i boxes. Books are evervwhrr.^ line the walls on both sides of the fireplace in the lounge The". are piled high on her hurtsne* enormous writing desk by the bay windows. Moat outstanding tern in in*. bedroom is a beautiful patchwork. quilt of muted pinks %  I W ,JJ U made by village schoolchildren and picked up for ,0r g AQt.Vrif ItrBCrVEMA Members (Hi dc MATINEE: Today at 5 p.m. •*-. ROYAL Worthings To-afcy 1 '~< ronlinuini MOM PrnaHiU "*"" %  "'""?"> K-autiYuW. J .VandmoVnerV aTfcl' %  ",.'" "!Z %  •"" jou can .till have it initiallrt uul .. „., „,.. ,. monogrammed quile reuonably Other Proplr, HornThe shop thai docs this stocks the T*UILT for Lord Melbourne in Queens Elisabeth and Mary ship D 1770 and converted into shops with fine linens which sell bachelor chambers in 1600. The out on each dollar trip Albany, a stately Regency buildived i GasReturns After Short Visit \*RS. MARJE OLAJSHXa wife %  almost peif%  'iv sel%  days M Opens This Evening %  %  : %  Hotel Of W'.l' have %  n st M For Oil Discussiona the ll Lawrence Cap ,.. %  , %  %  Cable B W.I.A %  meml.. bstht'i %  i %  %  They b Whil %  with the drill UW Ocean of Supt Eric Glaishcr M the Trinidad Police Force who has been in Barbados for a few Gays' holiday returned to Trinidad yesterday by B.W.l.A She %  %  i ... an porl %  w Amateur Painter v i HOVOARO, wti New York City arrived fl I rs BM I i via Trimhate for an b Si James Her husband, of Amluhhhmg firm bad .< box ol paints, she Is J i*> Though t to Hnrbados M" %  Edlhiii Yesterday at the CUlb there '-ktuil Party rriendj and Left for U.S. %  M" \|iss lit. k I i E %  %  Once Lived Here It f.KORGE RODDAM .1 tba COsOPlal DfVflupinei t .. lakfldj in %  lontba sa arrivad yesterdty I II W 1 A Hu IVrl-of-S; .' I % %  %  %  i and la s Da ol Santa N t tha Ma ma Hotel Ho told t %  OuU Oil I %  %  sai Went To School Here M iss Ensjrid Jolnsaoa who is .m U i Ran Into %  Storm A ment I %  %  m into Joseph Hun. tow To Be Married Shortly I ilka n war) muen i;. Lanu -is"! ba lr* Keen On Hockey \ and i Hi Maj inoa In \h i'i.. ..-v carrying | I . . > %  %  ':*BY THE WAY s y UACHCOMH* N o i given ,ho M. the the film riwuins for //(.-(>.F ll M producers and exhiLttor* .H-. //!.i I %  %  %  Id %  %  %  %  . : %  %  %  brtasj its, at the lop of her mouth, as tti heartthe peeial film : III.,1,1,141,1 I.IHlf tii.u-lookin %  %  opla srould f>'<: I %  %  told It la dean and ... .. Iha right aori • Bupahraa between two oaf \ 9* %  I pi. tlial tfu i but will will i %  i tduce th< ,:.il add ...... • i.ihlxi' UEHE IT MS! TROPICAL SUITING 54 inches wide $3.23 JiST 1H*IXHt AT EVANS AND WHITFIELDS. Single MfffSi apoa•orda artall limls. (HVPTOtilOTE—Hire's how to no'k .t: IXf I LIAaXI I. 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MOSCOW, April 21.
USSIA has demanded the withdrawal of Western
troops from Trieste.
| 4 new Soviet note alleges that Britain and America are
© creating a military base im th's Adriatic port and deciaces
- the situation to be “intolerable”.












| The Soviet demand, made !ast night, is ihe latest move!
He in the East-West wrangle ove: Trieste, whose sovereigniy |
4 is in dispute between ltaly and Yugoslavia.
i 3 : ~oviet Deputy Foreign Minister, |
a snare: Gror randed n
H HEN STOPS EXPRESS | French, a ish and A oaal
Ei ae be ys in Moscow e accusing}
ra. BORDEAUX, April 2- : | Vestern Powers of breaking
3 A hen pees: Ve 2 a , | }t obligations under the Peace|
tran from Faris to Beeonet es lreaty with Italy
| on the Spanish frontier, 1as. The note, hich gave the}
' .. was scratching | pe- | Russian version of the acrimonious |
ad Sic) alis- when the on aie which has gone on since
DR aiadens' Hap: the end of the war, also demands |
engine . wee {the immediate appointment of a}
en carcass = was Swept {Governor a subject on which

against the trip-lever me-
chanism under the locomo-
ive for putting on the
brakes automatically a
stop signal is passed.

The lever was pushed back

the Security Council has failed to
agree time and time again.

The recalled that the
Italian Peace Treaty provided fo1
establishing temporary

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putting on the brakes. The for the Territory of Triest:
hen did not live to tell the demanded the setting up im-
tale—Reuter. meciately of a provisional Gov-

;ernment.

The Russians made no referer



r L to the part of the territory -
jcupied by Tito’s Yuvoslavia.
Hen Lays A jevics 2 ni0. Yicsstavi
ne text of the note was re-

seated three times by the “Tass”

Double Ege”

» A FOWL belonging to a resident |



reserved for stztements consider-
ed of the utmost importance.

Archer's Lane, Speightstown, | 1e Russians asserted that the
da “double egg” during the | U ed States, Britain and France



had, for
in every way
a Governor
Trieste,”

ek, three
This was only found out when
e owner of the fowl decided to|

ve an egg with his breakfast.

hampered
appointment of
the territory of
Russia proposed

vears,
the
of
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| The egg was taken up from | several well-known iemocratic
mong some others. It looked as|figures for the post.
ny other and was of normal size
he egg was boiled and the shell VIOLATION
off. This shell covered
hite of the egg but no yolk, The fhe note accused the Western
White was removed to find that|POwers of attempting an “opeu
nother egg was inside. | violauion”’ of the treaty by en-
The second shell was then taken !4@avouring to bring _ outside
and again only the white was Pressure to bear on the 1948 elec-
fesent. The inner egg was not in ons in Italy. (A joint declara-
centre of the entire egg and tion by the Three Powers on

yas

about half the size.

Both eggs were firm and full.
he resident no longer wanted to
it but carried it through the

ist tt showing it around.

March 20, 1948, proposed’that the
free territory be returned to Italy).
j ‘Arbitrary” police methods now
reigned in the territory and “those
}who support the establishment ot
|democratic methods are subjected





i n ‘to cruel repressions while war
aed Asks Separate }criminals are at libert it said
i 7 | American _and British troops
r Smokers From | were maintained uncontrolled in
a. Trieste. Army manoeuvres were
-& " carried out,
4 Non-Smokers Viore United States and British
; LONDON, April 21 warships were using Trieste as
Non-smokers outnumbered: their permanent base
mokers in a recent House ¢| Military 1erodromes, barracks
bomMons débate on accommonra-: 22d rategic roads were being
on in the railway dining cars, | built The note said Trieste hac

' Seventeen speeches in 90 minutes | been made an illegal Anglo-Naval
howed a slight majority of those {Base
who Oppose mixing food and Britain and America, with the
moke, ; ‘support of France, have establish-
Elaine Burton, Labour Member |e€d such a position in Trieste as t
Coventry South, started the| give. them ‘unconirolied mastery
noke screen, She demanded| of the territory im accordance with
ate accommodation in dining | their expansionist plans.” :
ts for 15 per cent. of passengers} Britain will uncompr omisingly
MO she said were non-smokers.|reject the Soviet Government's
Sif William Darling, Conserva-|demand for the withdrawal of
Edinburgh South, congratu-|British troops from the Triest«
fd Miss Burton on striking the|Free Territory, diplomatic quart-
for order arid decency. lers here believed today
Can, Press.



Troops to Leave Trieste

agency this morning—a procedure!

It was starea that with the dead-

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Royal Family

LISBON, April 21.
National Assembly !
tonight unanimously approved a
| Bill proposing abolition of laws |
which banned Portuguese Royal |
|Families from Portugal. Laws to
be abolished under the bill are}
those of 1834 and 1920. This would
end the exile of the Portuguese
| pretendey, Don Duarte Nuno of {
| Braganza, who has been living in |
Switzerland. He is the grandson of |
King Michael the First, exiled to
Austria in 1834,

Portugal—an independent state
since the 12th Century, and Brit-
ain’s oldest ally—was a monarchy
until 1910, when the Republic was
proclaimed after a revplution.

The last King was Manuel the |
Second who died in 1932. The sec- |
tion of the new bill referring to |
the Royal Family was approved |
by the Corporate Chamber (Portu- }
guese Upper House) nearly a year
ago.

Among those affected by the bill
are the Pretender’s wife Princess |
Maria Francisca of Orleans, Bra-
ganza, his three young sons anrtd
his six sisters, and the 83 year-old
}Queen Mother Amelia, who has |

been living at Chesnay, near Ver- |
sailles, since the 1910 revolution, |

—Reuter.





| Portugal’s

Soviets Repatriate
500,000 Jap

Prisoners

BARBADOS is helping the sterling
Barbados to Canada by Messrs Planta



LONDON, April 21.
Moscow radio announced to-day
that all Japanese prisoners of war
in Soviet hands have been repatri-
ated except for a group including

j\leck among the powers over the a vo : 7 ky

Sovi ., _|sopolntment ‘fk Governor fr| i487 men, held ag way criminal
~ | Wetecta - @ allied ‘ é é

Oviets Reject | Trieste the | iy : ~ a) 971 Japanese prisoners of wat

troops in Trieste is in accor “who have committed crimes

with the Italian Peace Treaty.

U.S. Claim

, LONDON, April 21. |
Soviet Russia to-day repeated |
he charge that an American B29
uperfortress machine-gunned a
oviet fighter over Russian terri

one polled a United States
mest note an attempt to avoid |
Tesponsibility”. |

Moscow Radio broadvast the}
biet reply to Washington's note |
h the loss of an American plane

the Baltic.

e new Soviet note rejected
: ashington’s claim for compensa-~
on as “groundless”,
Russia did not know whether
American plane had crashed,
it, if this was so, as the Ameri- | Organisation. The
fan note stated then the respons- | Government stated that it had lef

the Russian note when the
land also that views would be ex-
with the American
Governments, who

imilar notes —Reuter.

changed
French
ceived

CZECHS WITHDRAW
FROM HEALTH BODY

PRAGUE, April 21
It was officially announced here
to-day that Czechoslovakia hac



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bility lay with the United States | the World Health Organisation be-

It was expected that the Foreign
Office would make a statement on

full

text had been received and studied

and! day by
re-; Tas,

withdrawn from the World Health
Czechoslovak



against the Chinese people’. Since
|the capitulation of Japan, a ‘otal
lof 510,409 Japanese prisoners has
been repatriated, it was stated.
The figures were given in an
| official announcement issued to-
the Soviet News Agency



INGRID BERGMAN TO
| BE SUED BY HUSBAND

| LOS ANGELES, April 21.
Film Actress Ingrid Bergman is
»!'to be sued for divorce by hel
i} Doctor husband Peter Lindstorm
on grounds of mental cruelty, his

lawyer Issac Pacht announced
t| to-day. ;
He said the suit charged Miss



oe “sent out a plane to photo-|cause the Organisation did not pecan a. mee moll

4 Sov ary : 1A ‘ oi oes. pand “in violation oO e Ws.

: ided. viet defences,” the note! fulfill its proper purp A Santer.
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Trial Ends After Two Yrs

CAPETOWN, April 21.
HE millionaire financiers Stephen Norbert
Erleigh and Joseph Milne, who were found
guilty of several charges of theft, fraud and con
travention of the Companies Act,- were today
sentenced to 17 years’ imprisonment and fined
£90,000 each.

They face 33 years’ further imprisonment if the
fines are not paid.

s’ This was the heaviest sentence
for this type of crime ever passed
| in Sottth ‘Africa's history.

In the greatest commercial trial

2,703 Years Old




rs” —Reuter Erleigh to prepare

for leniency.

a plea asking

ROME, April 21. the eountry has ever known
Rome, the “Eternal City.” | Erleigh and Milne, who ran a

eae ’ FP ects : | financial enterprise worth £100,-

today celebrated her | 000,000. he ac 35 .

birthday Mz rae | 00,000, had faced 65 charges.

bi da Mayor Salvatore Dy as f ;

Ravenchini who marked: the | Erleigh was found guilty on ail

I narAnec \ 1 , i

: } or part of 44 charges and Milne

day with a manifesto to tn | gu‘lty of 19

1,649,674 citizens, si . > Ww

aa She. 7 i eee » || Judge F. W. Lucas, who, coun-

i Pn ari ur city W | selled by-two assessors, delivered
as not pul on a sterile the verdicts, refused an applica-

pride but must draw on the | tion by Erleigh’s counsel for a

slorious story of our ances- | week's postponement to enable

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pool. Yesterday 3,000 tons of siigar bought by the British Government were shipped direct fron Erleigh, heavily built 46-year-
tions Ltd. by the S.S. Sun Mont The Sun Mont arrived here on Wednesday leaves t ] ie ld London-born Cambridge grad-
| ‘& . ants } uate, leaned forward in the dock.
i ; ry j | shaking his head impatiently
‘ORIES CHALLENGE | | FruitCanning| ‘ise? © om
Z | ‘ < ‘ | ile Judge W. Lucas passed

TORIES CH. NGL ruman FruitCanning | ‘ee:
re af iT O : “ 8B Beautiful Mrs. Erleigh sat
t ~ 2 / listening in a court packed with
CRIPPS BU p imiustic In WL. society women and businessmen
4 nany of them associates of the

LONDON April 21 A} { W 7° From O )wn Correspondent) accused

‘1.071 , ase aida). ‘ - 0U al LONDON, April 21 Both men were given leave to
Challenge upon challenge confronts Britain’s Labour Gov aol hie a ,

g cn § Z ; : : Mr. senneth Robifison, Socialist | appeal to the Appellant Division
ernment as political opponents of Labour and _ private | FORT BENNING, GEORGIA, | M.P., feels that there is not the highest tribunal in the Union
enterprise combine in many barbed attacks on wage and 3 . April 21 | enough alternative employment | —after being sentenced in Africa’s
financial policies. Conservative Party spokesman in London}... rll Ohiad oe anges ie n “ae =e ne — complicated and expensive
: < oe . Pl Ce Cé : ar) rie rere to-day So on ednesday he will ask Mr. | tria on 63 charges. Hearings
tonis ht announced the Par ty Ss intention of bring ng that he did not believe there}James Griffiths, Colonial Secre- | lasted two years, cost £250,000 and
Stafford Cripps budget to series of vital votes in the closely ) ( third var. He] tary, if he will consider establish- | filled the records with five million
ciigned House of Commons where labour majority “s wars and | ing fruit caining factories in some | words.

oe 30 ve nd « hat our plac of the islands Exact fines imposed were £95,115

only four. Btls lil tenet anal n the world was one of leadet Mr. Robinson told me today} for Erleigh and £88,810 for Milne,
vl oe hi a ns etenin ‘| ship, Now e wi maintain} that he hoped the Colonial Devel-} with the alternative of 33 extra

cpicneritnrecncenaceniililitnits diana eteennete ly a : ‘ te den ees saa 8 that leadership for peace and the}opment Corporation might be in-|-years.in prison. Sentences on in-
pews ion ‘tre i " . ; 4 : | welfare of the world as a whole,} terested in such a project. dividual counts awarded today

SPOR | S | Scottish Trade oo proc sot unless we want to do as we did “I feel the trouble is that so }totalled 17 years hard labour, but

nearly eeage uline “eo gli *h was r- ‘ f d ha : z

contr _— x - : he - br | after 1 rst war and}many West Indian Islands are one} Judge Lucas said that up to a

jprete as
WINDOW ae O nd > falen iad bes “I don’t think we are going to} canning seems the obvious fleldf-would be consecutive, the rest

ernment ana so far supported, deS-| pring on that ne t f ve » > > ial , :

nvenithe a pickwicks |] pite developing @ifftulties, by! ie , i a aes ne 2 am a yo ee ae providing} running concurrently, but this
) & ‘ ’ yptin t ar we 1a bee ca a e ne 2 “Ye op - ee}

Renein con magia ith ion Trades Union Congress leadership lr I ; tsar Was built ie Yhelan thet’ Heltate chine fen y aed sad COUMnE

g in a st Division 7 a : ; V : ‘ ‘ thé Y on the ten years for good ¢ 5

ie this season. Everton wit! Liberal Party criticism of nen the tually find! could get supplies which would] _ : —_ —

cares eae, ret See. = budget ye bop voiced in I arha~ | sanit ¢ peaking infor-ienable dollar expenditure to be [The appeal is likely to be

eason are joint favourites v Tare heatie’ Chement” Davies! pei tego heard in November to give time

head of the First art) zeade cement avic emonstrate its —Reuter. for the huge volume of evidence

) i n ho eee ; ree ¢ | ue Reuter, f = fae and arguments to be printed

s nindfe ( Win, this: seasan a sata ait S kinces +4 ‘ ' a i 5 cea and new arguments prepared.
but are well known for giving COs ) mn nancial and vaxé ° 7" It will be heard by a bench of
strong teams some very good tion proposals come to the test ir SOUTH AFRIC A Big Three Meet five judges yi he trot ancs
games the House next week s } Ad } Erleigh was found guilty five

The match should be an in Can. Press 7 4 gn \V as found gullty on five
teresting one. . a SE ‘| SCATTERERS Vext Vonth ‘ounts of theft, two of fraud, one

aha TABLE, TENNIS ~~ ‘ ‘(, LEG 4 | KK inder the Riotous Assemblies Act
TEAMS DATE VIME : ' re CAPETOW tae LONDON, /,pril 21 of incitement to make false entry,

Pelican vs. Everton Mon | Truman / l ; ae la : ‘he London meeting of the Big} Of conspiracy to commit fraud and
April 24 at 6 pym L } | : ‘ vice ne ‘hree Western Foreig.: Ministers] seven alternative counts under

Everton 2 vs. Y.M.C.A. Tues ‘ ry it 1 efined racia E 7 )

April 25, at 6 p.m re Inte ) i been fixed for May 11 18, the he Companies Act.

Everton i vs Pelican Wed. 26. e ore id te a oe weign Office spokesman said in Milne was found guilty on five
at ae ee Hi al yndon to-day. He said the] counts of theft, two of fraud, one
ee ae ~~, * ot i . : ; ne hedule of preliminary conversa-| under the Riotous Assemblies Act

Everton 1 vs Y.M.C.A. Sat. 29 |} orma ; eed ions showed that Dean Acheson] of incitement to make false entry,
7 p.m 7 i vas expected each Paris on] one of conspiracy to commit fraud

) \ ier ! )
| TAG ee ‘ ; Ma: for talks with Foreign Min-[| and two alternative counts under
| et ee } , 1a week Cup Gree heson would have preliminary Erleigh was al f i guilty of

V y Press conferences will be 1 ! hi | ‘ i f ) A : 7 ; wears : i eee eee

'zechs Asked To l¢ dg saa toad ’ on | talks with Ernest Bevin in Lon-] 28 of the 41 statutory charges—

I i . » WwW » House | ticu ul ‘ in live o ' : arges
one te eee a White House i asl m roup 1 ‘ Yl don The London meeting of the} under the Companies Act—and
y * ns ~Ga, Peres! arene Atlantic Pact Council is fixed f t -g , of e
Close Chicago Reporters will be obliged t In the ontrolled area’, no one} yy y 15 16 and ‘T Seta er eS ae Reuter
identify themselves k-fore askin ill be low? | property| var , ° , Wai x
Y | questions 1 er erson 0oftt0=—_ - “
Consulate Each reporter wiil have to stand th pecial tae ~
gain recognition, and state hi rr
PRAGUE, April 21 uame and whom he represents, —_—_—_——_——
The United States Government} before asking his questions
have asked the Czechoslova« About 150 Feporcers, represent- N.A. I acl Arms
Government to close its General ae ne Toe Preae, Fa ya
Consulate in Chicago, by May 1 attend Mr. Truman’s conferences 2
The American request was made Mr. Charles Ross, White Hous« Now U nloaded
™ ¥ > acc Serretsc ‘ ; y
in reply to the Czechoslovak note Pre Penn oe the change OSLO, April 21
requesting the United States. to nat oo y for pe cee none Unloadin, he ri soneien
close its. Information Service| the Pr and would enable tiant ; :
. ie . -. all to see and hear.—Reuter. nent of Atlantic Pact Arms for
Offices in Czechoslovakia Norw ’ ete ‘
The American note sent today siathonneminsiilis lay
said: “The Czeehoslovak Govern- “4 Seve he
ment must expect that its action Sikhs Attempt police ‘ tor. di
cannot escape serious consequences " tributin ‘ as
affecting various aspects of rela- ® e Es . Fee , ae eee
tions between the two Govern- Invasion: 8 Kille d or pt ie ene
’ Lé ere anen
ments ‘ > ; f 9 . t
The attitude of the Czechoslovak 7. NEW DELHI, April 21 The Communi ‘ iper
yuthorities has compelled the Troops and police drove off an] ‘Friheten today vale reat
United States Government t attempt on Friday by members of } pla of exercise eld terday
Ole S We . ” ns
review the scope of activities ot the tribe of Sikhs to invade lana}by airforce Jet plane ver Oslo
Czechoslovak establishments” in near Amritsar which has been set | They left white ndensation
| the United States.’ aside to accommodate refugees.[strips against the cy and th
| —Reuter. Eight Sikhs were reported killed.|strips bore a slight resemblance
The Sikhs are said to have fired]to the Czar sign
} with modern automatic weapons “Unheard of provocation” was
| from prepared bunkers in a nine-|how the Communist paper des-
; g » village 30 miles" cribed this ¢ dental ky
|Oueen M Cc @g | hour attack on one village 3 aceid i} £3
Q ary rosses from Amritsar. When troops, writing.’—Reuter.

finally occupied the position they
found a sizable modern armoury
—Can. Press.

Atlantic In 4 Days

| NEW YORK, April 21.

| The liner “Queen Mary” today HOLY YEAR HOMAGE
ccmpleted her fastest westbound VATICAN CITY, April 21

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Argentine
France For Loan

Asks

| crossing of the Atlantic since the Pove Pius XII to-day accorded PARIS, April 21
war—4 days 14 hours and 57 min-|an official audience Archbishop| Argentine authoritie have
ute from Southampton, it war} Vittoria Sanabria of San Jose Delasked France to erant loan t
officially announced here The} Costa Rica, who brought him the] ¢nance her pure ane Frenc
jant 81,.235-ton luxury ship aver-! holy year homage of the President} oods t ; ler rne re today
3.44 knots.—Reuter of Costa Rica.—Reuter, Spe or «Nn as
oil rade ircles Freacn official
yoth the Finance nistry an
LIE ? iy jthe Foreign Ministr leclined
SEEKS TO BREAK eos" 00°) conism’ wis sees
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AL 7 4 resent in Pari tud
Fre net nan ! ili
LAKE SUCCESS, / pril 21 Andrei Vyshinsk n Moscow e incial
[ Natio Secretary -Gen- Mr. Lie said that he as encoul ising
ral ve Lie, leaving tomorrow aged by his talk terd tl de
na pean tour to help break President Trun i Secreta
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IS EXCELLENCY the Gov- Holder’s Paintings At |
ernor entertained delegates The Museum
of the Federated Civil Service 7 .
Association and other guests at N EXHIBITION of paintings
Government House on Thursday by Geoffrey Holder opens
evening. to-day at the Museum for four

weeks. Mr. Holder is a nineteen-
year-old Trinidadian. He was edu-

Arrived by “‘Gascogne”’

; ‘i cated at Queen's Royal College,
Fe Gaheie seciet Who -or- and is the younger brother of

rived on Thursday by the
“Gascogne”, is on. his way to
Trinidad where he will be giv-
ing a piano concert. Mr. Raclet

Boscoe Holder. He began draw-
ng and painting at the age of 5,
and atthe age of 15 held his
first one-man exhibition in Trini-

Paris "Ee ne slagea o pe dad. Among the purchasers of
concerts in various parts of the his work at this exhibition was
world. In Paris he played at 1 . Dr. Cecil Marquez of Howard
the Conservatoire de Musique. Be- IK! i Ki i i University. At the age of 16,
fore coming here he was in IH | ieoffrey Holder completed 8
Algiers and also played at the large murals for the American

Rak

Conservatoire de Musique there. base, Waller Field. Last year he



Perhaps during his short stay in held a joint exhibition of his
Barbados he might be persuad- work with that of Miss Cicely
ed to stage a concert here Transferred Here Forde.
R. S. E. WHITE, President of Geoffrey Holder was partly
Amphibian Arrives the Leeward Islands Con- responsible for the founding of the
ference of Seventh Day Adven- Youth Art Movement in Trinidad
RRIVING yesterday morne tists) was an arrival recently by He is a member of the Trinidad
ing at 9.45 o'clock at Sea- B.W.I.A., from St. Kitts on a Art Society, and a member of
well from Chaguaramas Naval ghort visit and is staying at the his brother’s troupe of Folk Lore
Base in Trinidad was a PBM~ Hotel Royal. Dancers. His favourite painters
5A Amphibian plane. On board Mr. White whose headquar- are Gaugin, Modigliani and
a twenty-two wher eee ters were in Trinidad for the past Govorubias.
anc seven crew. y . > t ‘ ee ans- °
here on an excursion tour and ioe rae Saat wade oe area Married On Thursday
were only here a few hours. ae teat ‘cciipestie toy Trinidad QUIET wedding ceremony
In charge was Commander 8S. . 1 bamily over. _ took place in the Reception
Van Mater U.S Tie ie — ae er Room of the Sea View Guest
been stationed in rinida or ° ° . House on Thursday evening when
the past year and a half. Also First Visit to the Tropics Dr. R. M Sivironendh ciemace of
or Mts: Mary Orlando from JIS FRANCES JOHNSON and England and now stationed | at
Midland Pa., and Miss Kathryn Miss Agnes Cox, two Cana- D. D aaeenhe “al England. The
Day who is from South Carolina. ot wae ov oe ze nae conan was conducted by His
They have both been in the two weeks ago on their first visit A z . ,
we . lade -s in to the tropics turned home on Worsh{p Mr. E. A. McLeod, Police
service for five years and in to the tropics, returned hom : : eee
Trinidad for eight months. Wednesday night by the “Lady Map iteieses envees ia Bar
Rodney”. They were staying at . , ; e
Did You Spot It? the Sea View Guest House bados on Tuesday morning by
Both from Halifax, Miss John- the “Lady Rodney” from St. Vin-
HE sign which was pictured ... i. 4 stenographer while Miss cent, while his bride arrived
in this column yegterday ©, js a hospital nurse. They two days later on the S.S. “Gas-
is at the corner of Probyn and ..i4 that they were delighted cogne” from England.
Bay Streets outside the wall ~" eset. gel baie
surrounding the Bethel Church. jg ag rm tng ge oe Returns After Short Visit

In the old days when the mule RS. MARIE GLAISHER, wife

had a very delightful holiday and


















trams were in operation, S80® hope to return again of Supt. Eric Glaisher of XTD WORT RFDQ RFBR BND XZY¥D
such as these were frequently OPC oa the Trinidad Police Force who
Daite "ain om a a ce Atter Five Months has been in Barbados for a few ZO RFDZN TXO DGDY'—ZYBZBF.
mains almost perfectly pre- a J ~monthe’ Gays’ holiday returned to Trini- ¥ e
served, and passers-by very sel- FTER spending five On. dad yesterday by B.W.LA. She Cryptoquote: EVERY GOOD GIFT AND EVERY
} ) 1 ay 3 ( Vit Xs : * ear ed a . ae ,
dom notice it in these modert . moay: ees obec Was Staying at the Hastings} ‘PERFECT GIFT IS FROM ABOVE—EPISTLE OF JAMES.
days A. I Raytox of Knowlto : Que = Hotel. Supt. Giaisher who is also
‘ . and a re sired pen es in charge of the Fire Brigade sicitiataiiaaaiiait precwee
Opens This Evening ‘ A Bank of ee ree 4 Dept., is a keen sportsman and PARKING BAN HURTS
turnec 1ome yesterday by the |, -ab f Water Polo M, Berkshire
ie i aS 4 plays quite a bit o ater Po WORKINGHAM, e' ,
R. PETER HOWELL tells “Alcoa Pennant.” He was stayi A Paint CROSSWORD England.
ack Mikeâ„¢ seithib: ot the Miadios Sota} mateur Painter ; Beene
f AaRy ae Siento eS eee RS. CARL HOVGARD, wh< Since a no-parking order has
of which he is the promoter will : ‘ . M oe, aS ” Oe sen enforced in the main shop-
have its official opening th For Oil Discussions is from New | Your City aon street tradesmen complain
evenin 6 o'clock The ¢ - M* C. RICHMOND, a member arrived from the { ‘S yesterday they have lost 25 per eent of their
aurina Club i tuated in St of the legal uff of the Via Trinidad She is here for an business
Lawret Ga ist above the Gulf Oil Corporation, New York, indefinite stay ha - a guest at
Cable Station; it i 1 umique arrived last night by the B.W.LA _— oe z ar . ; “ Presid ae See
type entla club open flight fron Miami Florida. He er husdband, 1S “side e
twenty four hours a day’ where 42% now come to join Mr. H. C. the Research Institute of Am- Opening
nember an enjoy ne sea- Bi » also of the Gulf il erica, which is a Publishing firm
bathir u d comfort. They or a tio: . f ; . re vith In her baggage, Mrs. Hovgard To-night
cate teas, | hes and dinners Ch POration Rood Pace nnection had a box of paints, she is a |
1 bar u 7 wows rm ‘* mt in l in B _ keen amateur painter. Though | 1
Whilst my other attractions With the drilling for ol) ®n ‘ocean this is her first visit to Barbados t
are planne tar has not per- Dados He is staying at the Ocean 4 has been to the W.I. before |
mitted some of them being ready View Hotel “ ‘ |
for the opening date. Mr. Carl Several other members of the Once Lived Here
Edghill is Manager Gulf Oil Corporation, are ane M* GEORGE RODDAM 0! Across
Yesterday at my cae ore pected to arrive early next week the Sarees saveruanti 2. You'll gt this in a roundabout
was a pre-opening Cocktai arty Corporation, who was as in way. (6)
to which several friends and _ Went To School Here parjados about six or eight] % One of the 0.8, that will pro- BATTERY HOUSE
prominent businessmen were ISS Ingrid Johnson who iS months ago arrived yesterday] 10, The haul trom a raid. (5) ST. LAWRENCE
invited on the Royal Bank Staff in from Trinidad by B,W.LA. He]! pepaciat suggesting its own rest- P
. Ser sstere ; ul use. (5
Port of-Spain arrived yesterday has been there on a five-day visit | 1g, She's aipasd good for a few e
Left for U.S. from Trinidad by B.W.LA. Sis nd is en route to his headquar- rupees. (4)
is on two weel vacation and is ters in Jamaica He is due to|'* A A a P.T, instructor to
_ . TON Ra ae a : start. (3) sas ‘
Ms DAISY ONES of staying with Mr. and Mrs Ken eave here on Sunday and is a]/16. As tong as he remains this his Festivities begin at
} 1 Cottage slack neti Davi of Santa Nita, guest at the Marine Hotel. He told commission is withheld, (8) sin -
CK er of the Reverend O, E. Hastings. Ingrig is no stranger tO Carib that Mrs. Roddam and ip Wine tease ties sertia. (8). Pm.
t 1 f Barbad as she used to £0 'O their daughter Sonja ire in s duke oF duohes a) — = | ‘ h hout
ne f the lan veek Ba dos as she \ hei ight Sonja, are ir iuchess,
t é f¢ Ne Yort spend six school here at Queen’ Colle Jamaica and like it very muen.|2@ Ancient wane use this more as a | and continue t roughou
x weapon, =) $
it es there bout four years ago The Roddams used to live here 22 tree tesidue ? (3) the night
= : and have many friends in Bar-|24. As the H in hour, (9)
25. One who is anxious to learn all
Ran Into a Storm Yo Be Married Shortly — jados. One who Is anxious to | °
STORM it tlantic wa M?= Dorothy Holland who : Keen On Hockey Down DINNER
i \ responsible fe he eng age rived 4om Er id yest M's MOLLY TURNER who 1. Phas § shine It creates, (6)
responsi 1 Ne ab . a6 } vados s “ar » You’ nd you’ fe t
ied oP bikin aa i Parker, who day via Trinidad has been \ was in Barbados last year aul RG you Bare 0 if you SUPPER
has bee intering in Narsau. in Venezuela for the past two once again here on a two ol 4, put, ane ne what this la, (5)
5) é Ww “ . om h@ three months sit. She arriveal| 5. To Gnd the source of @ stream
She was returning from the We year ‘Three mon,h igo she iree month visi . one favela thas (7)
Indies aboard the British liner went to England on holiday, 5S! yesterday by m. W ao ons is} g, Troy always has it. (5) DANCING
aty . ncifico’ Th shiy to be married here shortly Stayin with Mr Nay nee in 7. Provides the crop | teke. (3, 6)
- uf = : m- nd J into Mr. Thomas Rowley who works the Garrison 8. To take 4 broad of chickens and for late celebrators
ni a DOTA we 7 Vv ; Sh ‘ si . a hockey I1a yun ueed thisnm your car. (6)
Joseph Butler tl hip 1 1 Venezuel 1 is at present sane va Ce ying & LOCKE 3. In travel as a parallel. (4)
( ve 1 rheis A ci nie t Barbado at he Ocean Vie stick in one hand and hopes that }17. ase : z to make cobbling BREAKFAST
*} laa . ‘ sn) ‘ $4 : * ll wet we" say . hile enc re ) a
announced in port he ship Hotel. She L be vin he will ge ew games whi 18. Sort of double return. (4) inner
reached England St Matthias Vicarage he is here 20. A tip makes it a more certain | Reservations for d
— en striker. (3)
a 21. Any ounce has it, (3) | only Phone 8496
23. Verse of modern times. (3)
7 W [ i ADMISSION ::: 9/-
BY THE AY sy BeacHcomser ato Angee
15, ‘14, H TF
- 5 ae Nerve: 15, Lains Open all day to-morrow
rY ( plendk eaffirm- should, it ie u , turn the 1ere lll have be specie ir 2. iM: 26
N° I pis ndid I : Tr os > ' l ; | ; ne re jal : me ae ° ae _ € pecia eae Sea-bathing, Lunches,
atior could be giver ot 1s wouk assured ¢ a thes s for horses 5, Cypher
the re itio t} t narrow felt welcom = . . 42; , Somatic: > Teas, Snaks.
nationalism outmoded than _. “y : The Chromium Loaf ee ; ——————
the forthcoming goodwill tour Film Theatres for Horses? : I F the present dirty-looking
of the United State by a Bri wil M producers and exhibitors bread.” said a master-baker
ish Laundry Queer rhe choice I need not ask themselves what yesterday were replaced by a
of Miss Slopcorner, who is for so is going to happen when human chromium loaf people would feel
many the embodiment of British beings get sick of films I see more hygienic The question as P “|
aunhood at its best, will cause that a man who took his horse to to hether the public is, as yet roO-NIGH r
ersal tisfactio Time wes a film in Liverpool has said l ciently educated to eat
when laundresses tims of the believe there is a future for horse chr ium, was brushed aside by
barriers race and creed, sulk- idiences But i 1 expert. He said, “If they are
ed, UI s-like, in their laun- people object sitting next to a it is clean and crammed DINE AND DANCE
drie To-day one might bring woman who eats chocolates and t health-giving chemicals -
an old adage up to date and say, nuts, at the top of her mouth, as they will eat it It is a question
“Laundering no frontiers.” it were, what will they say when of the right sort of intensive AT
Our goed wish go with this they find themselves between two advertisement Look at the pre-
gallant woman, who is in horses with nosebags on? You posterous success of Snibbo, Tell
ome s e, our ambassador. May may reply that the horses will not them that the chromium loaf
her visit proye an earnest of sit in the ordinary stalls, but will will harden their teeth, improve
better days, and may it be a sym- have special ones built along the their complexions, banish illness
bol of the bond which unties our side-walls. That will not prevent id worry, reduce their weight
two democracies We hail this them from champing, neighir make their floors gleam, and add ] \T INDIES L NIGHT CLUB
imaginative gestur and any whinnying, flicking their tre to their hai In fact, why THE Wis 1 S MOST POPU AR le
American Laund Quet who stamping, and so o1 I ink not tell them it contains Suibbo?’





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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

New Ideas For Floors and Colour |

LOORING is a problem in
new houses where the floors
are of concrete, due to present
restrictions on wood flooring.
Asphalt tiles, as a substitute for
linoleum, are suitable for any
room, They are reasonably warm.
easy to keep clean, and are
obtainable in a pleasing range of
colours and designs.
A jointless flooring of wood and
rubber not affected by heat, is

fireproof, dustless and heat-resis-

Schemes |

ting, and is also available in a
wide range of colours either
plain, mottled or in a feather

design.

Colour Dictionary
H°™ ae is sim-
plified by the tirst Dictionary
of Colours for Interior Decora-
tion. Produced by the British
Colour Couneil, it contains 378
sample colours, shown on matt
and shiny paint surfaces, with
matching samples of pile carpet.
The dictionary will be of par-
ticular interest to architects and
interior designers, and also to
people planning their homes.
Several of the big stores have
already ordered copies for their
interior decoration departments



By Pamela Blake

For the Garden .. . nostalgic
gifts to friends abroad are English
strawberry plants which can be
sent to any part of the world
sealed dry im a special new
wrapping material.

For the Wine Cupboard.—Now
that good wines are cheap
enough for home entertaining, it
is important to know what to
serve, when, how and with what,
also how to choose, buy and keep
your bottles.

A little booklet, Fine Drinking,
ean be sent free to any reader
who would like a copy and sends
a 24d. stamp.

Other People’s Homes

UILT for Lerd Melbourne in
1770 and converted into
bachelor chambers in 1800. The
Albany, a stately Regency build-

Inexpensive Luxuries

OR the Linen Cupboard ..

even if your linen is not as
beautiful as your grandmother’s,
you can still have it initialled and
monogrammed quite reasonably.
The shop that does this stocks the
Queens Elizabeth and Mary ship
shops with fine linens which sell
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ing in the heart of Piccadilly, |
has an atmosphere all its own.
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the peaceful atmos-
chambers were de-/|
studying, so)
children |

like calm,
phere. The
signed primarly for
animals, women and
were not allowed. _

Today there is still a ban on
animals and children, but many
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Starring DENNIS MORGAN — JAC ON —~ J
wy THA VICKERS — with CARMEN C IS
— eT and his Orchestra. AVALLARQ.
A Warner Bros. Picture.

boxes.

Books are everywhere. 3
line the walls on both sides of |
the fireplace in the lounge. They
are piled high on her husband’s
enormous writing desk by the bay
windows. ‘ ‘ ;

Most outstanding item in the
bedroom is a beautiful patchwork
quilt of muted pinks and blues
made by village schoolchildren

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gATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1950

Gonditions in the

Caribbean and the Guianas

By T. G. MAJOR

Canadian Trade Commissioner

In “FOREIGN TRADE" April 15, 1950

settling the sugar problem has
created much unrest as evidenced
in the press, legislatures and
various local bodies.
British Guiana

In British Guiana extremely
heavy rains in January and Feb-
ruary further complicated mat-
ters. The coastal lands were
subjected to torrential down-
pours with which the drainage
systems were unable to cope. As
a result thousands of acres were
flooded for weeks, livestock and
poultry were drowned, growing
vegetable and other crops de-
stroyed and road transportation
disrupted. Fortunately a let up
in rainfall narrowly averted
breaks in the conservation dams
which might have produced dis-

ticipated it has

it ‘six eesti for the
tion of sterling,
d the Duteh
e apparent in the
nt peccitorien of the East~-

i. Limited in theit
a of. pasic foods ana
tial manufactured £00 ds,
ye restrictions have pre-
fd importers from seeking
heal t sources of supply
in countries _whose cur-

" js tied to sterling. At the
ne time these sterling sources
various reasons, ae
isi costs but not al-
of misinereased their pric es
wide field or commodities.
ately for the Caribbean
sumer these price increases

greatest in those com- astrous results. Essential foods
i in heaviest demand by and rehabilitation supplies were

sections of the public rushed from Trinidad and othe:

, can least afford to mect Caribbean islands and from Can-

hic! ada = a rapid recovery is be-
je ms es Lag— ing made.

y a ge the case when Generally speaking weather
costs begin to move Up- conditions have been favourable
there has been a lag in to crop growth in the islands of

ms, The full effects of deval- the Eastern Caribbean, |Jarvest-

B nave been delayed by the ing of the sugar crop is proceed-
s of 1949 which placed ing and good yields are antici-

NN ee He

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



Eastern

irrigation and drainage, and elec-
trification which will help the |
employment Situation over the |
short term future. Notable in this
category is a proposed $20 million
water supply system for the |
island of Trinidad.

The water supply of Antigué
also is the subject of recent activ-
ity. In British Guiana, the Colo-
nial Development Corporation,
British Government body, is put- |
ting into operation a very exten- |
sive scheme for the exploitation |
of the timber resources of the |
Bartica triangle just above th:|

head of navigation on the Hsse- | ywRCKLENBURGH SQUARE PROJECT—An artist's drawing of the developments planned for the Foundling Estate, London, as a mem-
teat oe Britain’s gratitude for food parcels from overseas. Financed by the Lord Mayor's National Thanksgiving Fund, the buildings will
house Commonwealth and United States Students. On the left is the proposed £800,000 building for married and women students.
| to be put up on the north side of the Square when the bomb damaged houses now standing there have been demolished. On the right is
part of the Georgian terrace as it will look when reconstructed to accommodate men students.

quibo River.

The tourist season has been
active, particularly in Barbados |
Trinidad and Tobago, yet
and St. Thomas. The annual!
influx of tourists by the regular |









PAGE THREE

Rises In Canadian
Eagle Oil Issues

LONDON, April 21.





Post-budget events in the Lon-
don Stock exchange have shown
that market operators are content
to leave domestic issues to their
own devices whilst full import of
United Kingdom budget proposals
is being assessed.

There was a fresh upset in
Brazilian bonds, following the ad-
dition of two more sterling loans
to the redemption list.

Sharp rises in Canadian Eagle
issues provided the feature of the
oil section. Other oils were mostly
—

poldina railway prior charge
were firm in the rail section but
some of the utilities eased on
profit-taking on recent issues.
Forced selling of South African
gold shares continued today and
the market was dull. Confidence
still remains to be restored in this
section and potential buyers are
holding off. —Reuter.

It is



“Guardian” suggests it would be}

Students

i cash in the hands of the
ers and stimulated active
ing in the pre-Christmas
is At the same time ample
slies of all commodities, ex-
certain food-stuffs were
sed before devaluation and
governments took steps to
ent price increases until new
slies were imported. In al
bsidization of basic food-
‘ers continued in some in-
noes, notably in Trinidad where
her landed costs of Canadian
yr have been absorbed.
ent surveys made by busi-
organizations indicate that
er price imereases ranging
§ to 25 per cent. are likely
the middle of the year.
ely a weak passes but that
+ commodity prices are au-
ed by local control authori-
Higher freight rates from
wn Europe, the British Isles,
Mediterranean and the Anti-
announced early in March,
shortly contribute to rising
ed costs. :
n addition to commodity prices,
cost of travel by air and sea
of postage have risen.
in Trinidad and one or two
ithe small islands increases in
bine and lubricating oils and
mobile servicing costs have
tributed to the upward spiral.
ince early February more and
space in the press has been
ted to the rising cost of liv-
Pressure for higher wage
has begun to develop and
some instances upward revis-
already have taken place.
y in such increases has been
partly to uncertainty as to
future of the sugar industry
the British colonies.

W. IL. Refused
gotiations begun in
ng the latter pari
postponed when West In-
representatives refused to
pt an eight-year contract
m the U.K. Ministry of Foou
quantities about 25 per cent
than the West Indian pro-
irs regarded as the minimum
ary for maintaining the
r industry as the basis of the
nial economy. Further dis-
ons are expected in the near
re but the West Indian case
be presented by political
than commercial represen-
as local legislatures: have
to the conclusion that the
jal aspects of the prob-
h become paramount
sat the same time as the
ng costs the delay in

ExX-





London
of 1949



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wet weather which continued
into the dry season has delayed
cutting and may affect the sugar
content of the canes. In addition
to British Guiana, the rainfall
in Trinidad has been exception-
ally heavy and there has bee;
some damage to. food crops.
Cocoa crops are good and are
being sold at price levels much
above average, mostly to the U.K.
and Europe. Trinidad has had an
excellent citrus crop the bulk of
which has been sold to the United
Kingdom as fresh fruit and to
Canada as canned juice. Trinidad
also has shared in the boom in
coffee prices with sales chiefly to
Europe, smaller quantities going
to Canada and New Zealand. The
market for nutmeg and mace
from Grenada has been moder-
ately active but prices have been
relatively low. The banana _ in-
dustry in Dominica has experi-
enced a marked revival with
regular shipments going to the
United Kingdom and Europe at
satisfactory prices. The heavy
rainfall resulted in losses of stor-
ed padi and damaged the spring
rice crop in British Guiana. High
prices for feedstuff have increas-
ed the difficulties of poultry and
livestock producers although the
authorization of higher egg
prices for feedstuffs have increas-
locally produced feeds begin-
ning to ease this situation.

is

—On The increase—

Industrial and residential con-
struction, both private and public,
becoming increasingly active.
The rebuilding of the burnt out
sections of Georgetown in Brit-
ish Guiana and Castries in St
Lucia has continued at an accel-
erated pace. In Barbados, Mar-
tinigue and Guadeloupe new air-
ports are being laid out, with the
latter two expected to be opened
shortly. Construction under pri-
vate auspices has been particular-
ly active in Trinidad, including
office buildings and_ stores in
Port-of-Spain and San Fernando,
box and bottle factories and
brewery nnd much new housing

Trinidad Leaseholds Ltd., have
begun the construction of new oil
refinery capacity. In British Gui-
ana, Surinam and French Guiana
extensive plans for the develop-
ment of forest and mineral re-
sources and of agriculture are
getting underway. Various gov-

is

ernment authorities have an-
nounced schemes _ for public
works, affecting roads, railways,

harbours, airports, waterworks,





A PLEASURE





] ie wiser to bring other universities
steamship services from Canada | Plan or into the scheme and enable over-
and the United States has been | seas students to go also to Bristol
augmented by a number of lux- | or Manchester or Birmingham by
ury cruise ships operated by | | @ge e assisting those universities to
British, Dutch, American and | entre ritieise increase their hostel accommoda-
other lines, Barbados in pariic- 4 tion.
eee eae ba se in- | L E y d These criticisms are definitely
a ion of direct Trans-Can- | nannies fi formidable. An attempt to
ada Airlines flights from Mon- | n ng an answer some of them ar made
treal via Bermuda and by direct | last week by Sir Frank Newson-
services from Venezuela. Re- (From Our London Correspondent) Smith, a Governor of London
cently British West Indian Air- LONDON. House, in a letter to “The
ways has started flights to Miami) 4) which should increase the flow Sea aby tabs b lid] ited. It is the “Mmonastic-segregation” criticism.
of tourists from the Unitea| British people would wish to be solidly united, Ae eee a eaatn” Wal oot. tude Seanie
5 Thanksgivi ed by the Lord Mayor of Lon- <2 S pce Sere ee
States, Thanksgiving Fund sponsor y. es with other students from this

‘ don in appreciation of the generosity to Britain during war- country and overseas at London

From the point of view of the time of the people of the Commonwealth and of the United House. They had more oppor-

Canadian exporter the curre c ; tunity for contact with their
trend is most discouraging. Lim- a. orial of grati- lenburgh Square”, stretching fellows there than they would
ited hard currency allotments!, * 9 lion centre in across Southampton Row and have in scattered lodgings. He
from the mother countries have Ye a O tooe of post Russel Square to the Lon- also denies that the beauty of
forced local governments pro-| : ara haa the Com- don University buildings in Mecklenburgh Square is being
gressively to reduce imports from | on wealth and U.S. Malet Street, into a post- destroyed. He points out that the
Canada and to turn importers to| °°}. a ‘rtnight since the graduate and medical neigh- East side of the square is being
soft currency sources of supply ps Satan Gin ed his Fund bourhood. The position is con- preserved and, in fact, improved
Canadian goods are becoming in- sth yn The ¥ ay dotenas of sidered academically ideal. It is by the trust. As to the North
creasingly difficult to find AOR Arne Haire hei - “given in the Close to London University, the and South sides, they were in
retail shops. The pace of the re-| 00. } protests. about the British Museum, the Inns of Court any case badly damaged by
strictive measures has been accel- acheric Historic “Mecklenburgh and the chief teaching hospitals, enemy action during the war; only
erated rapidly since the beginning |<. - Fe biG It auemitle 200: veers At present there are about ten years or so of life remained
of the year and there appear to} Be thle veut aie “where te is 200 men in residence at Lon- for the houses still standing. Sir

be no immediate prospects of a

reversal of the trend until meas- | P©CP°Sed to establish the cultural

|and educational centre for the

res ¢ orease -
Ures. are teleen hes aan’ sa: the yverseas students, has become a
hard currency allotments. Local ‘ Pe rie,
governments. have relatively. littie | Ce *_.% almost daily argument
6 MEAS: RAVE attvery Htc \not just in London but through-
choice in the face of definite di-) 6.4 ine country
rectives from the metropolitan > ee 7 i
governments. | Even should the) Residents, of Mecklenburgh
duacetain, Wikia: cor petitior Lemans, Cxpecng. be be Capes
=xporters om petit er 2

pes | persons, dislike the id he
stiff on a landed cost basis be-|? , d en of t

cause of the depreciated value of | centre being there, People in the
sterling and associated curren-| E aiyrmcre want to know why the
cies and the re-appearance of|®XPression of thanksgiving should
goods from low cost of produc | be confined to the Capital. There
tion countries, such as Japan. |is general worry about destruc-
| tion of the character of the Square,
| which provides one of the best
|examples of Georgian architecture
In the political field the publi-|#" London, and is certainly the
cation of the long expected report | mest completely unaltered exam-
on federation of the British Car-|Ple of its period.
ibbean colcnies has been the out- |
standing feature of the period}
under review. This report recom-

Federation Report

Nobody quarrels, of course,
with the idea behind the fund.
The situation, which looks likely

mends Ss is y g : ‘

iat esa in 5) to become yet more controversial,
owers § newhat on the Slat of }i8 Perhaps best summed up in
y vc , pian O'|the words of the “Manchester

oe Fa har nig tg rok tes iL | Guardian” leader on the subject
soit pre, Sia Feeagk. the }this week: “It has become clear,
: , >, ‘| sincé the Fund was so imposingly
labman gin ee ee ae launched, that the precise plans
ie cuban reletinil ’ It Bs: have not been well thought out”.
proposed that the capital of the} This Etter Lee cba
federation will be in Trinidad, © |, US controversy 1s one at
Coupled with this report, re-| British people all over the world,
commendations have been made| (@a2d Americans) should join in.

looking towards a umified civil| he aim is to give students of
service, a customs union and | the future a better life when they
common currency. Before imple-| spe 2 Saeene es ee,
mentation these reports will be) *'°" Ho mey want: 1 Y 1 oat
submitted to the various enlonial | OPS Muse, Hne an ri se ‘ae
= ° P b stels all rer
legislature and considerable mod- | ee t wot U i 7e tty? "Or
ification is anticipated. , Amongst i a ae 3 sale r Puan
the colonies of the Eastern Carib- be Ze foe D % Tadiinie ohe
- , Matton ‘ot the |? tter? Oo § ‘
on e public ae as “ } caer have returned to their own coun-
fec cect eterna oy st in! tries pre fer to remember living
or. y f tavitish, aiieas Tt is) iD lodgings, rubbing shoulders
Sennen ls tn that “the | €¢ with all London and its life? Or
evi 4 \ ~

do they regret not having enjoyed
comparatively quiet, cloistered,
academic life?

The answers to these questions
| need thinking out seriously. They
| will affect the impression yenera-

nomic basis of the proposed fed- |
eration is the problem of greatest |
concern and there is a growing |
appreciation of the need for ecn-
nomie solvency if political free-
dom is to have any meaning.

jtion after generation of students

have of Britain — for this is a

= aS permanent scheme. All the ideas
about students: from abroad are

im|now in the melting-pot. It is

{Mj time for the people most con-

‘cerned to make their voices

heard The columns of the

a and the letter box of

the Lord Mayor’s Fund, are now

full of views and comments from
educationalists M,P.’s, local
jresidents, landladies and archi-

So far letters have not had

tec
time to « e from overseas. They
hould,
An Outline
}
!
}
|

at exactly is planned by the
Domi

Students Hall Trust,
the authors of the scheme? Here
is an outline,

The immediate purpose is to
build two “residential halls” in



Mecklenburgh Square, similar to

S.A. Part of
be earmarked
Scotland,
Trust,

students from the 1
fund will alse
an “annexe” in
The policy of the

the

for





Lower Broad Street :

a existing Dominions institu-
} tion, London House. One of the
| new buildings will be for women
pend married students, the other for
|

who
up London House in 1930, is
to turn the whole area of “Meck-

don House, Their average
stay there is 2 years. They
pay between 34 to 4 guineas a i
week depending on whether
or not they share a bedroom.
Besides dormitories, London é
House has common rooms, a I
dining hall that would do
credit to an Oxford or Cam- i
bridge college, and a good
small library. 1
The general idea of the }
enlarged scheme is that the stu- 1
dents should enjoy the sort of
corporate life they might expect
to get in one of the larger resi-
dential universities. But they will
live together, the critics say, in 1
segregation from their fellow i
students in this country. It is this |!
latter point that has received
most serious attention in the
British Press.

Seclusion

In a letter to “The Times” last
week, Dr. S. W. Jeger, Socialist *
M.P. for Holborn and St. Pan-
cras South, argued that it was
not in the interests of the students
themselves “to be concentrated
in one small area in monastic
seclusion among their own kind”

The “Manchester Guardian” in

its leader, takes up the same
point. The important thing, 1t
believes, is that the American,
Dominion and Colonial students
should live on easy and intimate
terms with the young people of
this country. The American stu-
dents “are the last people to
desire, when they come to a
country, to live only with Ameri-
cans or to be treated as a species
requiring special provision for its
comfort.”

Other adverse criticisms have
been voiced. A number of ten-
ants in Mecklenburgh Square must
necessarily be displaced, to make
room for the building of the pro-
pesed hostels. The same Dr.
Jeger, quoted above, who is one
of the tenants concerned, says
that he will raise the whole ques-
tion in the House of Commons.
“No other comparable alternative
accommodation has been offered
to us or even contemplated,” he
said. “We shall just have to fend
for ourselves”, He added: “One
professor who has lived in the
Square for 35 years is now to be
turned out’.

Quiet Dignity

On the question of preserving
architectural treasures, the Chair-
man of the Georgian Group wrote
to “The Times”: “The Georgian
buildings of Mecklenburgh Square
have a quiet dignity and scholarly
character, which is more
suited to a university quarter
than the graceless multi-storeyed
blocks designed to take their
place”. Another writer fiercely
protested against the intention to
pull down one little house in the
sauere, called “Elysium”, that has
been generally regarded as an
architectural gem. It was once
the home of a royal mistress —
Mrs. Fitzherbert, according to
the letter-writer.

A final criticism
levelled at the scheme by
the “Manchester Guardian’ is
whether it is right that a national
scheme of this sort should be

strongly

connected only with London, and
with one university only.

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Square”,
said
bombed
will be divided into flats and the
flats

families who will be turned out”.

build a

Organising
Thanksgiving Fund and the man
who is to become Warden of the
entire Ovesseas Student Centre in
Mecklenburgh Square.

More than £400,000 was promised
in the

week:
enormously .
the
by
sixpensces
women,”

Barbados

Frank regretted it was necessary
to displace

about forty families
n Mecklenburgh Square, but he
every effort would be
by the trust to provide
alternative accommodation, if
possible adjacent to the square.
The Dominions Students’ Trust
also denied Dr. Jeger’s assertion
no alternative accommoda-
ion was to be offered. “Work
vas just started on bombed sites
n neighbouring Brunswick
an official of the trust
this week. “When these
houses are rebuilt they

tenants
We
40

will be offered to
n Mecklenburgh Square.
nope to rehouse 25 of the

A Memorial

“The point of the scheme is to
permanent memorial’,
Brigadier E. C. Pepper.
Secretary of the

says



This is his answer to those
who feel that the Fund has not
been given wide enough
national expression. To distri-
bute the funds over several
universities in different parts
of the country, in his opinion,
would be to take away
the value of the project.
Meanwhile the Lord Mayor's

appeal has had a great response
24 hours after the Fund
Mayor,
catching

Rowland, the Lord
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I do not
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BARBADOS wae ADVOGATE.

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Publighod by Tho Advocate Co. Lts.. 34, Broad St. Bridaetow: |







Saturday, April 22, 1950
CALCUTTA.
N a narrow Calcutta lane,
little more than a garbage-
filled rats’ run, a cluster of street
urchins knelt to play marbles.

Young Ibrahim Khan bounced
Ram Lai Gupta’s best alley with
a plop straight into the crusty
scum of a flooded drain.

Ram Lai howled until his father
uncrossed his legs and scrambled
down from the shelf of his fruit
and betel nut stall and caught
Ibrahim by the ear. Then Ibra-
him’s father arrived to see what
it was all about.

Forty-five ‘minutes



Blind Corners

YESTERDAY a courteous policeman was
explaining to motorists opposite the Cable
and Wireless building in Bridgetown that
cars parked outside this building should
have their, noses pointing towards Lord
Nelson.

This newspaper welcomes all activities later the

; ; bes mist of tear-gas lifted from the
which are aimed at assisting the free flow militant rubble of stones. and
of traffic throughout the City. Both the = pee bricks to show 27

. <5 ‘ dies iving in e sien ane—
Highways Authorities and the Police can | Hindus and Moslems. None of
be confident of full public suppor: for any | them had cared about a marble
i ‘ 3 . 7, game or known about cats’-eyes
idea which will make the roads easier for | aileys

transport, and therefore for the public. Some had ne ee ed
. cared about pigtails and sandal-
But two incidents connected with this | Wood ‘paste smeared on their
courteous action of the policeman are worth , foreheads, and others because they
l believed that there is only one
special notice. God’ and that Mahomet is His
prophet
None of them had wanted to
First, it seems quite fruitless to instruct | ,iij or die. But they did’ it: bes
drivers of vehicles to reverse their cars into | cause they were afraid
main roads in order to achieve uniformity This is not fiction. It is one of
of direction with other motor cars. The the minor incidents in the pres-
ent India-Pakistan Bengal com-
only reason for having uniformity of direc- munal war, recorded in the police
tion would appear to be the result which | "report book of a Calcutta slum.
There are others even more ob-
has already been achieved by motor cars secure: the pickpocket arrested in
having been restricted to certain streets | @ bus who escaped while the mobs
forgot him a3 they burned and
and finding themselves facing in one direc- | stoned three more buses. .

tion from compliance with a one way traffic The Moslern who could not pay





his bill of 1s. 11d. for his betel

chew to the Hindu shopkeeper

Secondly, it has been given as answer and started a communal riot that
? ent 27 others to hospital.

These small instances are part

be stationed at blind junctions that there of the haunting black magic and

which in the past two

is a shortage of policemen, They cannot months has uprooted three-quar-

be spared for this work, it is said. ters of a million Bengali Hindus

i Moslems from their centuries-

The second point is merely a commen- le sent them trek-

1omes, It has
act an artificial 214-year-
to swell the refugee
two already bankrupt

tary on the first but the real urgeney for

police action is at the blind cornet!



ish ( monwealth Govern-

Vhile the courteous policeman va :
While the cour I He ma of both communities
supervising the turning of cars to face il ! ied in the process—from
. : ~*~ veeterdav the cholera, dysentery and starvation
1e direction of Lord Nelson yesterday the ce ee sachin
the dire i ; ‘ rette bombs and “tube




junction at Beckles Road, where it rur is uncertain.

allegations from
des are to be believed, it

Street, was the scene <
lowing coiaude.

A truck had stopped at the “Major Road
Ahead” sign in Beckles Road. A bus wanted
to turn into Beckles Road from
ir the

Political
Bay Stre
and was waiting f¢ truck to move int

Bay Street.

The truck did
another

bus in the meantime,

move

only

bus had overtaken the

the most merciless

a Car Wa

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|
to the suggestion that policemen should
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from the Esplanade and a private car ha ions. The turnover of @ few
, ; és indred votes one way or the
‘ » ote 1 <¢ > alt Ma or Road r ired € 7
taken his stand on the “Hal J other may spell fortune or ruin.
Ahead” si may with Mr. Creech-
ne leprive a Man at one
It is up to the Highway Author'ti of Ministerial rank and
‘ i ‘ . . ‘ ‘ his parliamentary seat alike Or
decide whether he policemat! Va i with ng James Callaghan,
usefully employed turning cars right about who was lueky enough to enter
s rs ‘nhh} UTs nl t first attempt,
face opposite the Cable and Wirele 1 office in his first
building, than he would have bee pre i set t feet on a
venting this traffic jam nay give Social
> nation, but the
But this newspaper can make a sugg nation gives no social security
. s ‘ i na to Parliamentarians
tion for eliminating the policeman a! A year t seemed that the
aking the bl i corners clear contenders for the first place in
ing the ina corne ‘
mak ; Government, when the Prime
(There are sev eral these bilnd cor! Minister should decide to go,
‘ ’ t 1 vere Si Staffor ; s N
ers and three of them can be found within ere r afford Cripps, ir

Aneurin Bev
Morrison

in and Mr. Herbert

one mile of Jemmotts Lane)



1 And now, a year later?
, jee ; th ither an auto- 7 .
The suggesticn is that either a Sir Stafford’s reputation for
ma‘ic policeman be instaile 1 at Diina cor tegrity (unjustly perhaps) is
ge oy ae if the dimmed. Devaluation, after nine
ers or the blindness be taken out ¢ denials that it would come, did
corner. him great harn

Sich And Tired

|
This can be done by passing compulsory



; : blind corners’ from Politically he was pound to

legislation to remove blind corne! c deny till the last possible moment

: 9, halt enemas tallin angle that it would come And to a

a righways or by Insta t a

man, Hignwe politician less highly assessed the

mirrors, denial might not have done much
narn

These mirrors which are used in some Finally, Cripps’s health has de-

blind terioratec I is a sick and tire

continental countries are placed at blind tert A. Ea b SiC i tired
abe man

corners to allow drivers to see whether the Mr. Bevan's fortunes have

; . ‘ g ri similé svffered eclipse, at any

"Ok ; clear by reflection. it ought to milarly sv pse, at an)

road is clear by ‘enuity to | tate fora time. He tried to force

require little expense or ingenul Ue an election on the Prime Minister

arrange for some type of angle mirrors to J before the Prime Minister was
° read)

be placed at all blind cornegs in Barbad ; Be illowed the chip on his

ne tion of tre affic 1 nis or noulder to inspire venom on his

pending insta!lati a tongue, ind=s hiss “vermin”

legislation to provide vision at juncuons speech did more to sting the

*] " 7 | pse
= » “Halt Major Road Ahead iddie-class into resentment
At present the “Ha Mieke but than even the punitive taxation
signs at blind corners can Go Hiftie 5 imposed on it by Sir Stafford,

. ‘ jange 1ich lies During the election he was

, » potential danger whic h 6 .

minimise the p< é tcrist kept, as it were, under the

in wait even for the creeping Motorist. counter. His interpretation of



Our Readers Say 3



Newsfront

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

‘Touchy ? Why. Even A Game
Of Marbles Started A

| Massacre



Hy Sydney Smith

CALCUTTA
-the scene of the
India-Pakistan

tension.

cannot be fewer than 20,000, but
it might be 50,000. Non- communal
independent estimates add it up
to only 10,000.

The dead cannot tell. ‘ But the
living, the homeless, the starving
and the diseased in refugee camps
on both sides are a pretty solid
cash testimony to the distress.

‘War Readiness’

HREE-QUARTERS of Pakis-

tan’s and a half of India’s
Budget is devoted to keeping these
two Commonwealth peighbours in
a state of “war readiness” against
each other

To death and devastation are
joined the economic blockades of
both sides. These have cut off
trade, commerce and communica-
tions almost as drastically as if
the borders were already firing
lines.

While at the top a sprinkling
of men of wisdom and good will,
headed by Jawaharlal Nehru and
Liaqat Ali Khan, are fast becom-
ing candidates for Gandhian mar-
tyrdom by seeking a compromise,
a great vociferous middle and
lower middle class, led by fanati-
cal, semi-educated windbags and
ambitious political provocateurs,
is howling for war.



The militant nationalist
Mahasabha tich brought Gandhi
to his death, has proclaimed, to
the accompaniment of popular
clamour in Calcutta, that India
must fight and Nehru must re-
sign

In Calcutta—in New Delhi, too
-no one hesitates to say openly
that Nehru would sign his own

Hindu





iby

Morrison Ousts Bevan In
a Strussle For Power ten ee nn ee eae

Fr eRe, ~~ |



Mr.

ao eR cl
HERBERT MORRISON







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| By Milton Kaplan

LONDON |
Europe’s gold-plated displaced persons are}
closely watching the Belgian political crisis caused |
by King Leopoild’s struggle to return to the throne.
A seore of former kings, queens, princes and
princesses can offer Leopold advice on how te keep |
happy and warm without crown or royal cape if}
he concedes defeat and abdicates.
The one-time rulers of royal uuses in the Bal-}
kans, Italy, Germany, Spain and a ai |
ahasa +, | cast lon looks at their more secure
ana poe ago in Britain, the Scandinavian countries, Greece -_
|

death warrant if he compromised
on Kashmir or Bengal, or even
on the trade deadlock.

The Refugees

already decided that the best way | the Netherlands.

to foree a war is more Moslem But in practically all cases, and considering
slaughter to provoke reprisals! that the demand for used royalty is poor and the
against Hindus in Pakistan Ben-| market glutted, Europe’s deposed aren’t faring Ti
gal. This would justify India’s},qly in the postwar years.

armed intervention. Take, for example, 26-year-old former King |

1
Because they believe India will | p of Yugoslavia. When his father, King)

ete’
attack Pakistan, Hindus from! Alexander, died Peter was descrbed as the ‘ ‘rich- ||
Pakistan Bengal are swarming in-

s vy world.”
to Calcutta at the rate of nearly | © aioe Ral = throne in the rise of the Marshal
100,000 a week.

They are adding their weight of |
poverty, fear and homelessness to |
the 6,500,000 others who are al-
ready turning Calcutta into aj American
gigantic slum, a breeding ground | reportedly
of desperation. a purpose.

rout such a background war Peter, his wife, the former Princess Alexandra |
cannot seem so terrible a prospect. | of Greece, and their five-year-old son are shopping |
But I did find one bright ray,| for a house in or near London. Already in Lon-
down in the industrial heart of | don residence are his mother, Queen Marie, and his
Calcutta—in Howrah—where 400} brothers, Tomislav and Andrea. i
Hindus and Moslems died in the} An erstwhile neighbour of Peter’s, King Zog|
biggest pitched battle this year.! of Albania, is going through a lot of the same |

I sat last night in a command | regal motions as before Mussolini, and then the}

| of the royal exchequer.

social merry-go-round and
is prepared to settle down to life with|



'
post with an Indian Army officer.! Communists, took over in his country. But Zog's |
His chest was bright with the| present base of operations is a villa in Alexandria, |
British campaign ribbons of |

Egypt. :
There the 54-year-old Zog lives the good lite |
; : with his tall beautiful wife Geraldine—once known!
18 Hindus in one day recently, |as the “white rose of Hungary”—and ten- year- |
more—to

while his troops shot | old Prince Leka. i
rescue 15,000 besieged Moslems. |

Spirit of Sanity A Royal Reutine

!
; A royal retinue is at hand and when the oid-|
E talked the lingo of the old};
Indian Army

time urge gets him Zog can parade around in any rr

He was pukka.| one of a number of exotic uniforms that were

“You see, old boy, although they| the envy of hotel doormen and U.S. Army Air|
divided the best army in Asia we| Corps lieutenants. }
have not forgotten what we) Zog according to friends, still dreams of the|
learned—nor the friends we had| day he will again ascend the Albanian throne. |

Africa and Europe. He was proud
of them. He was a Hindu. He shot

|

and fought beside — Moslem, | Another former Balkan emperor who owes the}
Hindu, English. We are NON-| gemise of his dynasty to the Communists is 12-
communal and we're fighting to |

year-old Simeon of Bulgaria, who was Weer
“OT . 4 a a .| Xing in 1943, following the mysterious eath ©
‘ I know all the Pak Army chaps | his father, King Boris, after a visit to Adolf Hitler
on the other side, and if. I met}

them now I'd say, ‘Hello, old boy, |at Berchtesgaden.

keep the peace right now.



sn) 7 - Simeon reigned just a year and then slipped
have a drink.’ Just like we u . Snir
nN + cak* Just lke: we ued quietly out of the country via Istanbul and Cairo
“Tf we were ordered to war, of | With his mother Ionno. He was officially de-
course, we would go iust the same. | throned in 1946 via Plebescite. F
3ut if we can crack down hard| Simeon and his mother were awarded some |

adness we shal] | $2 20,000,000 in lieu of their estates, and while it |
here will be isn’t certain how much they ever actually re-
blokes who | ceived, the word is that Simeon has enough to get

lc a oiaasa in| along until he reaches man’s estate and his

y.” muscles are firm enough for work.

The young ex-monarch has been reported vari

enough on this n
not have to fi
no war betwee
were friends and
the old Indiz
In that s

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vont tana -

who re-,



member san the. best that | ously staying at an Italian villa and attending
was—there may be | school in the south of France.
hope.—(L.E.S



Things have been looking up a bit for ex-king|
—— | Umberto of Italy. Counsel for the king and other |
members of the Italian royal family said during}

Brown a court action in Britain a few months back tha!

WwW. J.





they — having money troubles. |

But Umberto, so the story goes, has received a} r
| good hunk of sterling held in Britain during = | STANSFEL",
war and has been commuting comfortably ©- | Seco 650 SSE

tween Estoril, Portugal, and Cannes, France.

|
ommutes without his wife, however. Marie

The rest of Europe’s royalty becomes sort of

gamble would be tremendous | $44. when mention is made of ex-king Michael
one, and he may think that his| Of Romania. The news has been circulating for
best course is to await events, | Some time that young Michael—he of the perpetual

which he judges will not be slow | frown—is looking for “a job.”

nor trivial.

Miakes No Blunders



} A year ago, when photographers came to take

Meantime, Mr. Morrison's for- | pictures of his baby daughter Margaret, Michael
tunes soar. He has recovered! insisted the shooting be done outside the Lausanne
from that serious illness which) home. The inference was that Michael didn’t
sometime ago might, it seemed,| want to show how modestly the home was fur-
have enforced his retirement. nished. °

His cautious and calculating Michael, wife Princess Anne of Burbon-Parma |
line commends itself TGER £0 the | and daughter were crowded into a four-room |}
Parliamentary Party than the! bungalow. a house additionally crowded by the
Page mening of all adventurism. presence of three servants.

{f he =

he makes
He is, so to

ee eee Since then Michael reportedly has moved to San
blunders.

no great
no great | Domenico, on the hills above Florence, Italy, to

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spea} t > hes + 2 }

“PThe ee ee es | sore the 15th century home of his mother, Quen
circumstances have proved his| **@€"-

great rival Mr. Ernest Bevtn,| Michael’s father, ex-king Carol, has been the}
is now out of the picture, from} subject of a good deal of speculation but little}
age, and, unhappily, from illness,| hard fact. He is believed, to have a large estate,
too

| but since leaving the throne he has at various!

So Mr. Morrison's nand és very



Tito brand of “people’s democracies,” but not all | |
i}

He had enough left for a whirl or two on a |
now},

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When Photographers Came

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‘cas akin, Vrs att ie c times disposed of personal possession, including a}
aiicest ks Se ee tee visible in the Governmental | highly-valued stamp collection for cash.
Prime Minister's interpretation omenene and new appointments— At last report, he is in Portugal, with Madam|
was that it showed he had been Pétucularly in the appointment | Lupescu. }
capra of Mr. Maurice Webb as Food| - el
ME Minister Ex-royalty of Spain and Portugal seem fairly |
: ° Each leading Minister in a} well off. Dom Duarte Nuno, 42-year-old Duke
Sparring Partner of backers and their fortunes | of Braganza, lives in Switzerland, with his wife, |
i} : rise or fall with his. The} a dark-haired Brazilian beauty, and their son. |
So having announced before Morrison men have done well} There has been some talk in Portugal, of per-|
the Election that he would be out of the reconstruction of the| mitting Dom Duarte and his family to return to
leaving the Ministry of Health— Government, and Mr. Morrison’s| Portugal. But meanwhile Dom Duarte and his}
pe eel or UunES— influence is paramount. | mother, Queen Amelia, live in ease on the pro-|
Since the election he has been Sir Hartley Shawcross has, to ceeds of family estates granted by the Portuguese|
a ee “ : ak er we “i government, The ageing Queen Amelia was last
mum, so far as the great con- a considerable extent lived sn at h Vv il
troversies ot politics are con- down his indiscretion—* we are | 7¢P®:-°o at a chateau in Versailles.
cerned, the masters now.” He is now 4
His sparring partner, Mr. more of the Attorney-General, On the Spanish side, the Duke of Barcelona,|
Shinwell, has moved away from and less of the party politician,| Otherwise known as Don Juan, has been flitting|
him towards Mr Morrison. than he was, and in this he is| between England and France, involved in law suits
There is a Left in the Parlia- discreet over the large family inheritance but getting along
mentary Socialist Party, and Mr He probably sees himself best| until and if his hope of a renewed Spanish mon-
Bevan is its obvious leader. But Government has his own coterie; arch are fulfilled.
the nature of the Parliamentary fitted for another non-party role, The really bleak spot in the picture of royalty
deadlock sterilises and stifles that of Foreign Secretary, when| is the ex-crown Prince of Germany, Friedrich
Mr. Bevan. Mr. Bevin seeks retirement—| Wilhelm von Hohenzollern. “Little Willie” is just
Not until there is a big change though I fancy that the worthy | about flat broke.
in the Parliamentary situation Dr. Dalton has an eye on that He lives in a small villa at Hechigen, near Doorn,
can Mr, Bevan’s fortunes again too, and perhaps Mr. Bevan has,| and lost most of his fortune in 1945 through Rus-
soar. as well sian seizure of his estates.
He may in certain circum- The dance goes on. Now he keeps a tea shop, sells postcards, and
stances feel disposed to creiute World Copyright Reserved lets visitors tour Hohenzollern castle at 25 cents |
that change himself, but the —L.E.S.



a trip.—(INS.)

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To the Editor, The Advocate Had Mr, Br ian Kir a's statement who pays $1 20 or $1.50 for a seat been flying about and I have won- get rid of them. with the possible meeting of the
—Your leader, “Dramatic been carried into effect and inter- at the Empire Theatre to see an dered why some sort of a cam- I was in a home recently and West Indies and Australian teams
SIR,—Your ‘day’s Advo- est in the amateur theatre subsid- amateur production does so for paign against them has not been saw several bowls of water about. at cricket appearing in the news-
Development in to-c a ed, it is easy to imagine how jts entertainment value, not be- taken. Everyone knows how des- I asked what they were for and papers both local and overseas;
cate reminds me that ae slang roundly the Britisn Council would cause he is interested in the local tructive wood ants are, but yet was told that beetles were very I don’t pretend to know the an-
existence a set dln oe have been abused, and how ridi- charities which are to benefit few people take any heed or try troublesome and as soon as one swer to this conumdrum on
for a projected eer pe ttt uled, for wasting the British tax- for these are often unnamed. If to get rid of them. Any old wood came along it was dumped in the — 1 :
dos. These —— aa . _ payers’ money and for presenting the same individual were asked lying about or a rotten tree or water. The next morning they Assuming that the West Indies
detailed explana ad Nias és _ Bar th a white e'ephant. to contribute $1.20 or $1.50 to one stump are good breeding places were all col’ected and hot water peat England this summer “al
duced by Mr. Haro or hak s That tt is a keen interest IN of these charities, in many cases and should be destroyed. Let us thrown on them and destroyed. hope they will), I would like tc
years ago. Mr. Young has haat S atre in it rent Forms the answer would be “I cannot look around our yards and see The lady of the home told me it disclose that such a meeting ¢ seed
wide knowledge of the tear’ ig obvious from 1 niertain= afford it”, yet he cheerfully pays and get rid of all old wood and was her idea and it proved very not take place until Oct her 1954 |
both in Great Br sein ha #3 nor, vents Surely it possible t© that price for his theatre seat. It tree stumps. The cleaning up may effective in getting rid of thd —--yurch 1955 all bei! : wal.”
United States, a 7 Sara fcbm a committee of interested js possible that he may already cost a few shillings but it will beetles for since last year all mem- 7 aed “ we
tory theatre of et . oa a » persons, with representatives from subscribe to the charity; but it is the saving of a few pounds bers of the home had been col t the conclusion of the present
Before the war he ae “west. | dramatic societies raise more probable that it is the old 1 find that kerosene oil sprayed lecting the beetles and now there West Indies tour of England the |
theatrical tours Pais , = funds for the building of a theatre story of value for money in any hole in the wood that has were very few around M Cc C. team wa ty - ing to
Indies. oe oe eo le ines indicated by Mr The time has come for action been eaten by wood ants kills I hope that these words of mine Australis i 1950-51, So - Ae |
based on Mr. Youngs ow a When it is clear that @ end not moans about a statement them. If each householder would will help in awakening the minds tit be there in Australi "tat
ond experience, no} we? Pi val Sufficiently large number of per- made five years ago by Mr. Brian try and get rid of their breeding of others to eradicate the evils 1951—52 Aiseeeases would be id
actcr and proguces,: ove ts. Last £0ns are willing to put their hands King. The local dramatic societies places it would mean a mentioned guest af tudia Pakista, a i i
conditions fee See Bi j into their own pockets to assist should convene a public meeting life to our homes and th ERADICATOR lon oo" 195: sa 3. — ‘Asia
oy ceulas of th ‘e plans, a set pip be ai ete ro eae ~e ae _ taken would be amply, re- 1954—1955 will be going to England in *
which, I understood, was in t hain a8 3 the y ob a oat he laecmunee 2 euiee aeaaia paid the private ts oie SIR,—There has been some summer of 1953, and New Zealand
island. Cour B i- for the building of a ‘theatr F fully a ve to the voor verbal eqpoat . ‘ ae. ey oa: be —— a tralia. ”
long been regarded as a b¢ , NEVILLE CONNELI its cause and t ge neha aeeaiten nein sete iam tian:
lent milch cow in the West I ae ee om @ LETTERS which are signed with a nom-de-plume, but un-
During the vi Anril 19 . tf : accompanied by the customary bona fides, will be ignored.
dba : C Militens of Ante ‘ Many such reach the Editor’s desk each week, and readers
war funds as no cert ; oe . a es , i t S ‘ are again reminded of the necessity for the writer's name to
that this inte in the amat ant — ‘eat ee. aera Se . be known to the Editor, not for publication, but as an assur-
“The Brith, Council has f ts in tl nillions have ‘ ance of good faith.

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gATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1950

es ‘Saucer’

i
; nearly all the reports,
; aries Saucers being seen,
coming from Christ Church.
\ jack Ashby, a Swan Street
* act who lives at Oistins, told
eradvocate” yesterday that he
me what appeared to be a Flying
a sr at about 4.00 am. on
caarst. he thought it was the
oe on Oistins Hill, oppo-
ste the Church, and after looking
Second time ne saw both the
’ “street light and the shining object.
: next regarded it as a star but
Be vered that it was shin-
oe very pright and was low in
the SH ig that it resembled an
, aad paloon which was illu-
aol On the top was a white
: somewhat like a star, while
light ont at the bottom part was
mauve which gradually
deeper in shade until it was







; oe st blue
g Mr. prcrll feels that what peo-
Weare calling Flying Saucers may

ated baloons from _ some
a can Naval ag He said
ef rhaps the Americans may
g eerimenting with these
i and a few drift away. He
ted out that these baloons
“may even be controlled from Sta-
- tions.



LY all businesses in the
i sty and its precincts carry
i ot show the nae ot the
E t there is at least one
R oS at No, 121 Rogbuck Street
Pp carry no sign.
| “This business belongs to Mr.
’ who is a welder and has
; kshop there. ;
bis ARCH for Kenneth Kinch
- A of Wavell Avenue was ended
i ‘uring the morning by P.C. Ken-
a Murphy at Round The Town,
St. Peter. Kinch was at his aunt’s

e.

Later in the day be appeared
‘pefore His Worship Mr. E. A.
eod, City Police Magistrate,
on a charge of using threats to
ee Deane and was placed on a

® pond of £1 for six months,
7 DNA HACKETT of Sobers
E Lane reported that her resi-
B® dence was broken and entered re-
a cently and a quantity of clothing

'® to the value of $7.96 taken.
“T\ORCAS BOVELL of Richmond
Gap, a passenger on a mule
drawn cart, along Barbarees Road
at about 3.55 p.m. on Thursday,
was injured ae detained at the

General Hospital.
5 ered . the accident were
‘motor lorry E78, owned by
“Messrs. Plantations Ltd., and driv-
en by Cecil Griffith of Checker
—#® Hall, St. Lucy, and the cart, owned
by Dudley Saunders of Upper Col-
Rock and driven by Alex-
nder Devonish of the same
address. Devonish was wounded
ghis chin. The cart and harness
ere damaged.

L<$¢4

- 1950 Su:

gar Crop

Put at 145,000 Tons

THE 1950 sugar crop it is
of 145,000 tons of sugar, y
in his monthly notes.

e weather conditions during
the month of March were very
satisfactory and the rainfall was
above average. Moderate to light
intermittent showers were experi-
enced during the month, with
well-distributed heavy showers
on the 5th, 20th and 2ist,

According to rainfall returns
received to date, from stations sit-
vated in areas typical of all rain-
fall categories of the Island, the
average total rainfall for the
month was 2.78 inches, being 1.41
inches more than that for March,
1949, and 0.87 inch in excess of
the average for March for the
past 100 years.

The highest totai fall for March,
1950, was 5.66 inches, registered
at a station in the parish of St.
Thomas and the lowest was 1.14
inches, recorded at a station in
the parish of St. Philip,

Sugar Cane.—The harvesting of
the cane crop was continued dur-
ing the month. According to in-
formation received, the quality of
the juice is now excellent ‘and
some factories report taking lesg
than 8 tons of cane to produce 1
ton of sugar. With this good re-
covery, it is now estimated that
the equivalent of 145,000 tons of
sugar may be expected.

The young plant cane crop made
good growth durjpg the month
and the ratoons, in the early har-
vested fields, are growing very
satisfactorily.

Food Crops.—There was an ad-
equate supply of ground provis-
jons and of some ‘market garden’
crops, particularly yams, sweet
potatoes, tomatoes and carrots.

The survey of locally grown

food crops for the period 1949-
50, as required under the
Local Food Production (De-
fence) Control Order, 1942,
No. 2, has been completed
and it is most gratifying to
note that the acreage actually
planted was 917 acres in ex-
cess of that required under
the Order.

A meeting of the Advisory Com-
mittee on Local Food Production
was held during the month, and it
was decided that the acreage to
be planted during the 1950-51
Crop Year should be the same as
that for the past season,

Peasani Agriculture

Food Crops.—Good rainfall
conditions since the beginning of
the year enabled a considerable
amount of ‘catch cropping’ to be
done, so that green vegetables
were plentiful in March. Peasants
experienced some difficulty in
marketing their crops of vegetables

estimated, may be the equivalent
vrites the Director of Agriculture

animals and young stock bora
during the month. Eight hundred
and forty-three gallons of milk
were produced. Six weaners were
sold to peasants for rearing and
3 head of old stock disposed of
for butcher’s meat.

A total of 277 services was paid
for at the Stations during the
month. These were as follows:—
bulls 136, bucks 46, rams 24,
boars 71. The number of services
paid for from January to March,
1950 was 760, as compared with
826 for the same period last year.

Botanical

Sugar Cane Seedlings. By the
end of the month most of the
seedlings had been potted and
dead plants were being replaced

Second Year Seedling Trials.
The Second Year Seedling
Trials. at Hothersal and Bowman-
ston were cut during the month,
as well as the Short Season Trial
at Codrington. Twenty-nine selec-
tions were made in ali, four of
which were for the breeding plots
at Groves only, and the remain-
der for further trial in Barbados
and other contributing colonies.

Third Year Seedling ‘Trials.
Four Third Year Seedling Trials
were reaped during the month.
Two of these were plant cane
trials, one First Ratoon, and one
Second Ratoon Trial.

Select Seedling Trials. Three
Select Seedling Trials were cut
during the month. B.41211 proved
to be outstanding, greatly out-
yielding all other varieties in
tonnage of cane. The results of
juice analyses are not yet avail
able.

|Economic Tree Propagation
And Distribution

The following fruit trees were
budded during the month:—
orange 72, yrapefruit 32, lime
264, or a total of 368. Fruit trees
delivered from Codrington were
as follows:—

Orange 55, Mandarin 2
Lime 81, Grapefruit 21.

Pears 26, Lemon 5.

Shaddock 3, Pomelo 7

Soursop 7, Golden Apple 4.

Sugar Apple 8, Papaw 5.

Guava 12, Dwarf Coconuts 6 242,

Distribution of Ornamental
Plants. Six hundred and forty-
seven ornamental plants of differ-
ent species were distributed.

Afforestation. In addition to the
above, 375 casuarina trees were
also distributed.

Moth Borer Control. During
March 51,396,400 egg parasites,
Trichogramma, were bred in the
laboratory, of which total 45,281,-

ON ROAD, Christ Church especially carrots, beet, cabbage 200 were available for distribu-

was the scene of an accident
t about 12.45 p.m. on Thursday
between motor lorry M1112,
‘owned by G. C. Farnum of Gra-
wettes Road, Black Rock and
‘driven by Harold Griffith of the
same address, and another lorry,
'X 324, owned by Messrs. John-
sons Stables & Garage Ltd., and
‘driven by Oscar Griffith of Black
Rock.



Part of the platform of X 324
was damaged.
: FEW VENDORS selling
sweets around the City are
taking precaution against flies and
dust. Some were seen yesterday
with their trays covered with
‘cellophane paper or plastic mate-
tial covering the sweets while
‘others are using small glass cases.
| @ On many occasions authorities
‘B® have criticised the way in which
| Be these sweets are offered for sale
and many thought it a “perfect
form” of spreading disease.
A few people told the “Advo-
tate” yesterday that they were
ery glad to see that the vendors
are taking proper precautions.
A N ACCIDENT occurred at the
“84% Lower Wharf, near Messrs.
DaCosta & Co’s Warehouse, at
Be about 3.00 p.m. on Thursday be-
een a motor van owned by Ra-
dio Distribution Ltd., which was
charge of Winston Goddard of
ley, Christ Church,
bicyele owned by Leonard Gill of
~ # Tudor Street and ridden by Ches-
field Mayers of Hillaby, St.
homas,
The carrier, handle bar and
“Bert wheel of the cycle were
damaged, Mayers complained of
‘Pains in his chest and back.
R RIDGETOWN WAS busy yes-
\i terday. Planters, managers
and book-keepers could be seen
Stolling arouhd. The tempera-
ure was 85 degrees in the shade
and because of this many faces
pink.
Many pedestrians failed to use
crossing lanes while others

Fwalked in the street instead of on More of them to adopt soil con- pe attributed to the

He pavements.

“a een 12 and 12.15 p.m,
‘Opposite Messrs. Cave Shepherd
} 50 pedestrians crossed out
Of the lanes and many had to

imp out of the way of cyclists.
PEDESTRIANS will soon be
4@—~ able to make use of the foot-
ith adjoining the Victoria Bridge.
k on the footpath continued
ge ySlerday and it is expected to be

shed shortly.
Another footpath is at present
3 ing erected in Trafalgar Square
4 here the buses formerly parked.
Passengers alighting in the Square
ri tom Christ Church "buses will be
J to make use of this one.

New Vicar of St. Mark’
St. Catherine’s

and tomatoes. By the end of the
month the position was somewhat
eased and better prices were be-
ing obtained. The reaping of
yams, sweet potatoes and eddoes
continued during the month.

Sugar Cane—On fhe whole,
cultivators appear satisfied with
the yields being obtained from the
1948-50 cane crop. The young
plant canes are growing and til-
lering remarkably well.

Cotton.—Harvesting of cottoa
was almost completed by the end
of March, and in many instances
peasants had begun to destroy
their plants.

Groundnuts.—-The demand for
groundnuts for planting was con-
tinued. The supply reserved at
the district Stations for distribu-
tion to growers has been exhaust-

Tree Crops.—The following lo-
cally produced fruits were in
moderate supply in the markets
during the month:—breadfruit,
benanas, cocoanuts, papaws and
guavas. Mango and pear trees
are now in flower and give prom-
ise of fair yields later in the year.

Pests and Diseases.—Pests re-
ported on peasants’ plots in March
included scale insects on fruit and
ornamental trees, the cabbage
worm, slugs, and the sugar cane
moth borer. Advice on the control

Peasant Agricultural Instructors.
.. Peasant Livestock.— Adequate
amounts of concentrated feed and
green fodder were available dur-
ing the month.

Extension Work

Five hundred and seventy-six
peasant holdings and fifteen school
gardens were visited by the Peas-
ant Agricultural Instructors in
March, Thirty-six mango trees
were top-worked.

Now that peasants are getting
their land cleared of the ripe cane
crop, efforts are being made
wherever advisable to induce

servation measures by cultivating
their land on the contour system.
Instructors have already com-
menced to lay off the key con-
tours on some of these plots. Work
on others will be undertaken in
due course.

Competitions The preliminary
judging of the school vegetable
gardens entered for the compe-
tition in connection with the An-
nual Exhibition took place during
the month.

Irrigation. Careful considera-
tion is being given to a number of
applications for assistance under
the Colonial Development and
Welfare Scheme, which continue
to come in from peasant farmers.

assistance during the month with

tion to the planters. So far, a
total of 78,221,800 egg parasites
has been distributed this year.
Extensive repairs are being
carried out to one of .the moth
breeding double units in order to

increase ventilation and lighting
of the interior.
Laboratory -rearing and _ field

liberation of the larval parasite
Lixophaga were maintained

Factory yard counts of bored
joints in whole plant canes was
continued, and results so far show
a satisfactory control over the
cane moth borer.

Bored cane counts and cane rind
hardness measurements of new
varieties were carried out in

second year Cane Breeding Sta-
tion trials at Bowmanston, and
cuttings of new varieties classi-
fied in pre-harvest stalk counts
as resistant and susceptible to
borer attack were taken for pro-
pagation in next year’s Entomo-
logical plots at Codrington.

Counts of Diatraea egg deposi-
tion and parasitism were contin-
ued at Codrington.

Root Borer of Sugar Cane.
Further evidence of the attack by
this pest in canefields was seen
during the month.

Vegetable Crops. The breeding

and a Of these pests was given by the of the pupal parasites of cab-

bage and cauliflower defoliators
was continued. Nine hundred and
seventy-nine P. monuste puparia
were collected and used for
laboratory rearing of this para-
site, of which 12,440 were bred
during the month. The total of
these parasites bred so far is
88.730, of which the majority
have been liberated in the field.
No field recoveries of this intro-
duced parasite have been made so
far. The numbers of cabbage
white butterflies seen this year are
very much less than usual, but
the reductton cannot at present
introduced
parasites.

.. White Fly. Two consignments of
Coccinellids for control of white
fly on cocenut and other palms
were received from Trinidad.
Some were kept for laboratory
observations but th. majority
were liberated on the windward
coast at Morgan Lewis.

Wood Ant Inspections, Two
public buildings, three private
buildings and 40 cases of tea
were inspected during March,

CHEMICAL

Mechanical analysis of 8 soil
samples have been completed; 5
samples from Parks Planvation
and 3 from Haggatts Plantation.

Total exchangeable bases, nitro-

$ Cultivators were given further gen, free calcium carbonate and

organic carbon have been deter-

mi Appointments Board met galvanised pipe for the extension mined on one soil sample.

$0 April 21st. and on the nomina-
d of the Revd. Canon G, L. G.
et Ville, Rector @ St. Philip,
Bai erend William Beresford
ihe thwaite, L.Th., of Anguilla, in
_vlocese of Antigua, was
®Ppointed Vicar of St. Mark’s with
Catherine's in succession to

pe Revd. L. A. D. Woodland.

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Junior Table Tennis Com-
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5.00 Damn. : on * period last year ge res

Senior Table Tennis Com- Crop Husbancry. The harvest-

© at the Y.M.C.A., at ing of the 1948-50 cane crop and

6.00 pm, ARERR general cultural operations weré
Basket 3 4 ‘ continued at all Stations. —

! at 7.30 a“ o ee & Livestock. Livestock at the six

—, Stations at the end of March

intention numbered 158, including stud

of existing units. :
The Agricultural Stations
Rainfall at the Stations was as

follows:—
Total for Total to Total for same
March, 1950 date, 1950 period, 1949

The Home (St. Philip)
2.17 8.9
Seyes Court (Ch. Ch.)
2.64

2.79
; 9.73 2.79
Groves (St. George)
te 3.81 13.16 5.9%

Jerusalem (St. Peter)

2.93 11.79 4.78
R . Andrew)
Haggatts (St ao 9.81 287
(St, James)
Bullen (St ses 11.38 2.09

Further to the work on avail-
able phosphate in _ soils which
were analysed by Saint approxi-
mately 20 years ago, 35 water
soluble phosphate soil extractions
have been made, and determina-
tion on the Spekker commenced.

Field. The camber bed cultiva-
tion trial at Pine was inspected.
It would seem that the June
plantings could be cut later this
season if required.

A visit to Union Hall was made
in relation to investigate into the

The average rainfall at each of chloride content of irrigated land

the six Stations for the first three in Barbados

months of the year was, there-

fore, 10.75 inches, as compared



Ten samples were
taken from irrigated and non-
irrigated areas.

General. A new type of soil
auger . for taking undisturbed
samples of soil to a depth of
pighteen inches for tilth estima-
tions was experimented with. The|
design, as constructed locally. |

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rectified before the
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Another Steel Shed

Conchuded For Queen’s Park
—To Mark 100th Exhibition

Civil Service
Conference

THE Federation of Civil Ser-
vice Association in the Caribbean
area, concluded their Fourth Con-
ference at Harrison College yes-
terday evening after sitving for
five days.

When the Conference resumed
yesterday, they dealt with the
suggesvion to amend Colonial Re-
gulation 66 in order to provide
that junior officers who are being
disciplined, may have an enquiry
presided over by a nominee of the
Labour Department and also of
the Officers’ Association along
wich the head of the Department.

suggestion was that
confidential reports against «an
officer, must be sent to him for
his information and be signed by
him before being forwarded to
Government.

Another

A slight amendment to the Rules
of the Association, providing for
increase of subscription was made.

After dealing with a’ few other
matters of general application to
the area, the Conference appointed
the following officers for the en-
suing period: —

Mr. C, Holman Williams (Trini-
dad), President; Mr. C. A, Coppin
(Barbados), First Vice-President;
Mr. A. F. G. Louisy (St. Lucia),
Second Vice-President; Mr. C. H.
Dickson (Jamaica), Secretary;
Miss L. Rowley (Grenada),
Assistant Secretary and Mr. L. C.
Bowen (Trinidad), Treasurer.

A vote of thanks was moved to
the Barbados Civil Service
Association for entertaining the
delegates and also to the Gov-
erning Body of Harrison College
for allowing the Conference the
use of their hall. The Conference
then adjourned.



Letters Of
Administration
Granted

IN THE Court of Ordinary
yesterday the Chief Judge granted

two petitions for Letters of
Administration,
The first was of Winston

Orville Oscar
Swan St.,

Haynes of No. 2
Bridgetown, Solicit~-,
as the constituted attorney of
Mrs. Addie Rosetta Gillard
Bynoe of Colon, Panama, widow,
to the estate of ELVIRA JOSE-
PHINE WICKHAM also known
as Elvira Josephine Cadogan de
Wickham and sometimes referred
to as Josephine Wickham, late of
Colon, widow, deceased. Mr.
D. H. L. Ward instructed by
Messrs. Haynes & Griffith, solici-
tors appeared for the Petitioner,

The other petition was that of
Austin Luther Tudor of St.
Michael, Esquire, to the estate oi
his wife Carmen Sylvia Tudor,
deceased. Mr. H. D. Walwyn
instructed by Messrs. Yearwood
& Boyce, Solicitors, appeared for
the Petitioner.

The Chief Judge also admitted ‘to
probate, the Wills of Edith W. Burton,
Walter R. M. Wynne, Allan C. Perkins
Gertrude Crawforl, Vandyke John, Fitz-
Iterbert Gibbons, Ethel Gibbs, Elizabeth
Graham, (St. Michael); Minnie G. Mc
Kinstry, Leonard Roach, Edwin E
Sampson, Joseph N. Edghill, Amanda
Fivz-Allen Weekes, (Christ Church)
Alonza Proverbs (St. Philip); Luther
M. Jones (St. George); Benjamin E. A
Clarke (St. James); Rosetta L. Headley
St. Peter).



In The Court For
Divoree And

Matrimonial Causes

HIS Honour the Chief Judge in
the Court for Divorce and Matri-
monial Causes yesterday, pro-
nounced decree nisi in the suit of
Wilbur Hallman White (Petition-
er) and Muriel Nester White

(Respondent) .

Legal appearances were Mr,
1). H. L. Ward insiructed by
Hutchinson and Banfield for the
Petitioner and Mr. E. K. Walcott,
K.C., instructed by G. L. W. Clarke
and Co. for the Guardian ad litem
appointed to act for and on behalf
of the Respondent.

The Court ordered that costs.be
borne by the Petitioner.

The Chies Judge also gran\ed
decree absolute in the suit of M.
A. Bradshaw (Petitioner) and W.
W. Bradshaw (Respondent) .

In this suit decree nisi
granted on March 3, 1950.

Mr. W. W. Reece K.C. in-
structed by Mr, L. E, R. Gill of
Messrs. Cottle Catford & Co.,
appeared for the Petitioner,

Decree absolute was also grant-
ed in the suiz of.C. M. Hassell
(Petitioner) and J. G. Hassell
( Respondent)

In this suit deeree nisi was also
granted on March 3, 1950,

Mr. W. W. Reece K.C. in-
structed by Mr. C. B. Brooks u!
Messrs Yearwood & Boyce, ap-
peared for vhe Petitioner.

was



BRONZE ANGEL—PINK
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PLANS are well advanced f
shed at Queen’s Park. The

tural Society states that the Society

shed which recently arrived

or the erection of another steel
Annual Report of the Agricul-
urchased the steel

from the United Kingdom and

that is hoped it will be possible to erect it in time for this

year’s exhibition, the Society’s hundredth.
Mr. C, L. Sealy, last term’s pres-*——————

ident, presented the report of the
Committee of Management for the
year 1949 at yesterday’s Annual
General meeting of the Society.

One of the uses of the shed is io
serve as a restaurant during the
exhibition. Government has been
petitioned for a grant of £1,000
to assist.

The report shows that the
finances of the Society are in a
healthy state in spite of heavy
increases in some items of ex-
penditure at the last exhibition.
The surplus at the end of last

year was $8,970.14, an increase of
$651.46 on 1948's surplus.

The Society elected Mr. C. M.
Drayton as their new president,

Before making a survey of the
last year’s activities, the outgoing
President, Capt. C. L. Sealy wel-
comed the new Director of Agri-
culture, Mr. C. C. Skeete and
thanked Sir John Saint for the ser-
vices he had done in that depart-
ment while in the post of Director
of Agriculture. For thirteen years,
he said, Dr. Saint had served in
that capacity and had always given
them his best support.

Speaking on the rat campaign,
he said that the Society had con-
ducted another campaign in co-
operation with the Department’ of
Science and Agriculture and some
800,000 rats’ baits had been sold.
Another campaign is scheduled
for 1950.

The Society did not concentrate
on rats in Bridgetown, but they
were willing to exterminate rats
anywhere in the island, It had been
mentioned that if they killed rats
in the country and did nothing
about them in the town, they
would really have done nothing

Their Committee, he was sure,
would assist in any movement to
kill rats, whether in the city or
elsewhere, Their campaigns, how-
ever, had been successful.

Jamaican Visit

He said that it was a tribute
to the island that a delegation of
the Jamaica Agricultural Society
had visited Barbados to see what
they were doing. It was gratifying
to know that Jamaicans could
come to the island to learn some-
thing. Much good could be done
when a large country took a page
out of a small country’s book.

He was glad that they had taken
a hand in showing the island’s
feelings om the sugar question
‘There was no doubt that the liveli-
ood of everybody in Barbados de-
pended on sugar. The Committee
had passed a Resolution telling
the Secretary of State for the Colo-
aies that they viewed the sugar
question with alarm.

In their transactions for the last
exhibition they had as usual gain-
ed the full support of the members
of the Committee. That, he thought,
Was very necessary as all the
people of Barbados looked for-
ward to it.

The firms of the city had added
extra grandeur to the exibition

by building booths and displaying
their wares. They looked forward
to the coming exhibition to be

the greatest ever.

The original idea of the steel
shed was to do away with the
annual expenditure of having to
rent lumber to build a luncheon
shed. That shed was necessary
for the judges and others to take
lunch in after their arduous

work,
A Benefit
It had been agreed that if they
built a permanent shed it would
be a financial benefit for the fu-
ture. The shed, too, would be of
use to the general public. It was

for that reason that the Society
looked forward with confidence
that Government would assist
them.

At the request of the manage-
ment he had been asked to see
the Colonial Secretary on the
matter. He had been very help-
ful and promised to do every-
thing within his power to assist
him because he thought it a
worthwhile scheme, He instructed
him to write him a letter on be-
half of the management stating
all the facts,

His three years as _ president
was up end according to the rules
another president had to be
elected. He thanked the manage-
ment for their support during his
term of service and then nomin-
ated Mr. Drayton as the new
president.

Mr. R. E. King was elected
Senior Vice-President and Mr.
F. E. C. Bethell, M.C.P., Junior
Vice-President.

The Hon. G. D. L. Pile with-
drew from the Committee of

Management and Mr. C. C. Skeete
‘was appointed.

The Committee of Management
are: Mr. C. M. Drayton, President,
Mr, R. E. King, Senior Vice-Pres-

@ On Page 8



HERE AT LAST...

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ANGEL—TAWNY ANGEL

Experimental
Station For
Trinidad
THE SECRETARY OF STATE
for the Colonies has recently ap-
proved of a project to develop a
large Central Experimental Sta-
tion at Centeno near Piarco Air-
port, Trinidad, where laboratories
and living accommodation will
also be provided for the Specialist
Staff of the Department of Agri-
culture, Mr. C. Holman Williams,
Deputy Director of Agriculture of
that colony told the “Advocate”

yesterday,

President of the Federation of
Civil Service Associations in the
Caribbean area, Mr. Williams ar-
rived in Barbados last week for
the Civil Service Conference
which ended at Harrison College
yesterday. He is staying at “The
Risk”, St. James.

He said that the Specialist staff
would include a Chief Scientific
Officer, an Entomologist, a Path-
ologist, a Soil Survey Officer, an
Economic Botanist and three
Agronomists.

The senior staffing position of
the Department of Agriculture
had now greatly improved and the
only vacancies at the moment
were for a Senior Agricultural
Officer and two Veterinarians, as
a Pathologist had been selected
and was due to arrive in Sep-

tember,
Good Crop

Mr. Williams said that Trini-
dad’s sugar crop was good and
should not be far short of the re-
cord crop harvested in 1949,

The citrus crop was a record one
and the products were being sold |
at attractive prices and crates for
frésh fruit were now being made
locally

The cocoa crop was good, al- |
though it would have been better
if the 1949 wet season had been
less prolonged.

The shipment of Gros Michel |
bananas to the U.S. had been re-
sumed in a small way and appsox-
imately 4,000 bunches per month
were being despatched. ‘he
coffee crop had been good and
prices were favourable.

“Lady Nelson”
Due Tomorrow

THE “Lady Nelson’ is due
here on Sunday at daybreak. It
is coming from Canada via the
British Norther Islands.

Leaving the same night, the
Nelson will be sailing for British
Guiana via St. Vincent, Grenada
Trinidad and British Guiana.

Messrs. Gardiner Austin & Co.,
Ltd., are agents.

DONKEYS AND COPRA

Four donkeys and 458 bags of
Copra_ arrived here = y esterday
from St. Vincent. They were the
cargo of schooner Mandalay II.

Donkeys are now and again
brought here from St. Vincent by
schooners to be sold locally

25 YEARS AGO—Advocate,

April 22, 1925
Before Mr. P. A. Lynch, yes-

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; 22.4.50—2n. Mia were, S008 bearing. cocoanut trees |
panrpcnemntnerteneneee— 96 many young trees. a
R CAR—1938 V-8 Model in good running] suitable for cocoa, Seeae iit nd be
, S, Lashley, Channoxs, Christ] nas. Situated 7 miles from Castries on
ch or phone 4108. 21,4.50—3n | Government main read which runs 1%
miles through the land. Excellent house-
C 10 Prefect 1940. Recently | site 800 feet above sea-level with a
inted and overhauled. 3 good tyres,} neverfailing spring near by. Electricity
fay. Apply; P. A. Carter, phone 2266] available from power plant on nearby
21,4.50—8n | estate. °
- Apply G. L. HARFORD,
Ci One Chrysler Sedan Car, (1) Norwood,
ige Sedan Car, (1) Plymouth Seda: St. Jaynes.
amd (i) Ford Sedan Car, Apply: 20.4,50—6n,
. Hill, c/o Cosmopolitan Garage,
ine Lane. 19.4,50—5n BUNGALOW at Navy Gardens. Stone,
7 newly constructed. Three Bedrooms.
Bec .G. Sports Model, in good] Tunning water. All modern conveniences
ng order, new tyres and top. No| Garage, fruit trees, lawns. Archie
sasonal offer refused. Apply Jef-| Clarke. Phone 4530: 8 to 4 p.m.
drton. Phone 2425, 18.4.50—6n.
16 .4,50—6n eee —
jonnnledegetedains BUILDING SITE, on the seaside, with
Cc One Vauxhall 14-6, good work- Private Beach, Approximately, one and
ome. H. P. Harris & Co., Lower| ® Quarter acres. At Derricks, Paynes
wad Street. Phone 4(45. Bay, St. James, also wooden garage for
18.4.50—3n. | two cars, servants room, servants toilet
Da hn and large fowl run,

i CAR—One 1949 Hillman Saloon owner For inspection: Apply to Linden
fiven and in excellent condition. Cole} wrence (Caretaker) Opposite “Quaco-
k Co., Lid. 22.4.50—4n. | Bob’’ for further information to C. R
- ‘'oppin, “The Palms", Cheapside. Phone
EARChevrolet 1938. Good condition. No. 2001, 21.4,50—3n,

ly painted. Apply; S. G. Ward,
Michael. 22.4,50—6n. CAMELOT, Chelsea Road, standing on
«| app 12,600 sq. ft, solid wall Cottage
OR CAR—B.S.A. 10 H.P. fluia| Closed gallery, drawing room, 3 bedrooms,

i rw drive—alwas owner driver,| €ach with running water, modern con-

a condition with two extra tyres | Veniences, several fruit trees enclosed

‘ y: Mr. Archer; Redman & Taylors| APPly to Mrs. EB. Cole on premises from
erage. 21,4,50—74 | 4 to 6 p.m. except Sundays. Dial 3391.

_ 18.2.50—e.sa,, t.f.n.
OTOR CYCLE. . ;
HP) GIO. ee og tet | DWELLING HOUSE & BUSINFSS
n ly» to R. Cox, Harts Gap PREMISES. Containing approximately
. Co. . 18.4.50—2n 4,632 square feet. No. 69 Roebuck
ie “| Street.
TRUCK—One 1 svpolal A substantially erected stonewall!
order, ere corals. Deeks in building in good condition comprises
y: C. A. Godding. Bank Hall Cross DOWNSTAIRS Spacious store and
Da * . 19.4 $0—-3n, | Store rooms, entrance to. garage. Front-
ates “| age: 42’-10". Washing tanks, and many
Ei other facilities, concreted throughout
EI RICAL UPSTAIRS, 4 bedrooms, large draw-
_ ing and dining rooms, toilet and bath
COOLERA TOR. ;.| room. Front verandah.
in, Barbados a a eae Electric light, power and water are
. ** 20 4.50_-4n. , installed throughout, Inspection —»y
— i ; appainignent. Phone 2297.
: C7 TRO! r The above will be set up to public
pod Working ee ore competition at the office of the under-
; F Ma 4 50—1n, | Sismed on Friday the 28th., April 1950
= . = ripest “tat 2 p.m. For further particulars and
‘EI a, ieee conditions of sale apply to
Be a ee eee HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD
pees." \Allders Mocbuel solltigs
a Ree, 18.4, 50—6n
BEIMATOR—Coldepot, Ametican |
6 cubic ft. in perfect condition I have been instructed to offer for
workii 4 : *| sale that comfortable cottage. called
es oe reasonable | “Homestead”, situated at Crumpton
*, = gn | Street. It has gallery, drawing and din-
1,4,50-—-39 | ing rooms, (2) bedrooms with extra
OR] room, kitchen, water toilet and beth
Thad na on nother toh ae room in yard for keeping goats. Tm-
a2” Co. Lee emlect lied mediate possession. a2
. Lid. Electrica Apply to D'ARCY A, SCOTT
—- 20.4.50—4n
MEOORD PLAYERS—What| a. undesimned will offer for Sal
deen, on eae The undersigned will offer for Sale
te for $16.60. Dial) at their OMices, No: 17, High Street,
. | tical) ridgetown, on Friday the 2ist day of
cs 25.4.50—6n. ’
om April 1950, at 2 p.m. .
_ ee See oe A fully paid up Policy in the Barba-
EOTUC! dos Mutual Life Assurance Society, on
- the life of A.P. aged 71 TOR nh ool s
d to children for riding or | Holley poe giercrssrtcse: F896 001 the
Be Wate on oo eet wene | Present ‘Surrender’ Value 1:197,00
Z 3.4,-0 . 16.4.50—Bn.
“We will set up for sale at public com-
— petition at our Offce No: 17, High St.
SINGER SEWING MACHINE Bridgetown, on Friday the 28th day of
Bi food working order, tele- | Pri! 1950 at 2.30 pms
. . 23.4.50—1 All that three-storied messuage or
- aoe mn dwelling house known as The_ Brick
House and the land thereto belonging
\ EOUS containing by admeasurement 3,024
square feet or thereabouts situate, a
oe of Spry St. Bridgetown. 7
s la Jenny ar qge! nail Inspection any days except Sundays,
re Early books, Maps, Auto- | °"_@pplication on the premises.
b ete., at Gorringes “Antique Shop. For further particulars, and Condi
al Yacht ub "| Hon of Sale PES REPORT CO.
1.9.49.—t.f.n, 16.4.50—10r
CARRY-COT, Engli ST
Cream American Cate eta WE will set wp for sale at public
Mattress. 45 new, $12.09, | competition at our Office No: 17, High
for play-pen, ' unused. | Street, Bridgetown, on Friday the
W. Leacock 8322. 25.4.50—8n | day of April 1950 at 2 p.m.
= | A! Dwelling’ Rowe Corenety hs
Me Giesis,,, “t. Carters, St. John. | Manager's House Goodlan anta-
7 mutes at 14 cents lb. | tion) in the Parish of Saint Michael,
» St. John. with the land on which it stands cons
* 22.4.50—2n. | taining by admeasurement 1. Acre, 3
“4 - » | Roods, 4% Perches or ree is. ar
POLISHERS—A few Johnson’s| Inspection any day ween a
Beautiflor Polishers. Dial 3878. | and 12 o'clock noon.
a & Co., Lid. Electrical Dept.| For further particulars and Condi-
22.4.50-—6n. | tions of Sale, apply to the undersigned :—
; ; COTTLE, CATFORD, & co
a eg OEY Flannel at $ 1.18 per ae
per yd. STANWAY Store, a
ae 22.4.50—2n.
: n good condition 8 ft. Lost «& FOUND
Be ca Hida” Rigo
18.4. :
te a 5 -
: BULBS — Variety of 24 LOST
aw. mee Holland. Book of B.T.C, Mid-
Fi 2.4.50—7r, | Sumner 1050 Tickets, Series 0—5590
7 ; ‘| 5590. Finder please return to ADVOCAT!
SS ENISED PIPE, HERE!—Halfanct. | ©: LTD. (Advertising —
iot, A pp nised pipe, 26c. to $1.09 iti p
7 BARNES .. UTD, —_————
25.3.50—t.f.n
FRI — A tast Sale= Conid
mint at a y For Cont
ay 16.4.50—6n. | MJSCELLANEOUS
a ‘AMS at Alleynedale Plan- STEEL RODS AND CLAMPS—Twenty
= * 22.4.50—3n.} (20) one inch A , =
21% fi } ; y 3
eae) TRUCK TYRES—a%0 N s. $37.47. 34 x 7: $46.90 The above can be seen at Bulkeley
Z + Auto Tyre Co + and offers for same should be
q 20.4.50-—-t.f.n. | submitted to the Poene be lg of
St. George by ith May
P z CAR MATS—Just received to wv 22.4.50—n
staleieiat sia cdthibemnghin “ebsseleiansdiainsianmnlalatinils
—— TWEED—Gents Pin Stripe Tweed
PDO TE > - double width $3.17 per yard, colour
- Apply _â„¢ Motor C blue, green and brown
5 &Co. Dia) as E. Corbin C/o STANWAY STORE.
> 1 4239 21.4.50-—3> 1,4. 50—2n Lucas Street



GENUINE

D ADS.

| PUBLIC SALES
ee

AUCTION
_—_—_—_—_—_—_—,
{ HAVE BEEN
Edith O’Neale to
Trursday next the
o'clock her chattel
Road. which consists
ing room,
and pailings,





instructed by Mrs
sell by auction on
27th of April at one
house at Dayrelis

of gallery, draw-
bedrooms, kitchen, fle

which must be remov
phepthes ae er air lot of laaoas
urni . neludes, " )
single bedsteads with mattresses ‘ae an
Pair mahogany chairs, one (1) m

ae one ae saehogmny ‘table, ona
ogany ; one
dress bie, "s Siove mumanean?

many
ey other items of ~ interest. Terms

21.4,.50—sn

Sysco:
Sh pny Agena ih instructed to set up
Doce inh public competition at the
Ss say ap Garage, Magazine Lane on
facketaae 28th at 2 p.m. several cary
v-8 Ford, one (1) anon Pen
5 ‘
Flymouth, one (1) Ghosesiet mene

master;
ae i also one Chevrolet Truck, 1934

21.4.50—5n

D'ARCY A. scorr.

D'ARCY A. scoTr.



UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER

CHOCOLATE BARS
wy Tecommendations of Lloyds Agents
e will sell on Monday the 24th ait our

Rooms 17 hs
Pennolate Street 52 Bars of Cadbury

anny Sale 12 o'clock, Terms
BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO.
a ne Auctioneers,



AUCTION SALE OF HOUSE c:
Merton, situate at Bay Street i as
Set up for sale on Thursday last was
postponed and will take place on}
Wednesday next 26th instead.

It will be sold t 5 ‘
Terms cash. o the highest bidder.















































DRY





FOR RENT
een“ eee
HOUSES
ATHLONE—On sea. Fontabelie. From

ist May 1950, Contains bi
of which huss two flats—
Wesh basin, dining room, drawing = "»,
and all modern convenienecs,

is Qt present installed, servant
reom and garage. Phone
Cc. GC. Clarke. B40 on.

BUNGALOW,
roud,
An

showers, telephon:
Phone 2049. si

ESPERANZA
Dene: Apply Lone
james. or Phone 91-33.
15.4.50-—4n.
er
FLAT—At Bay Mansion. fully furnished
ail modern conveniences, from Ist Ma: <
Dial 4103. 214.5020

proved tenant.

le . Apply:
Bob King c/o Alleyne mie wah

Arthur & Co. Ltd.
19.4.50—4n.,

HOUSE—One large house and apart-
ment on the sea St, Lawrence fully fur-
nished. Dial 8357, 23.3.50—t.f,n.

TLFRACOMBE— on-Sea Maxwell's

Coast, Excellent
: : sea bathing. Fully fur-

four Refrigerator
telephone, radio. Ap) ° i t
phone 8286. - re ae
9.4.50.—t.f.n.

REST COT—On Sea, Welches, Max.
well. 2 Bedrooms furnished. From Mas
Ist. Dial 3065. 16.4.50—t. n.

RESIDENCE of Mr. P. C. §. Maffei
A beautiful imposing building over-
Jooking Rockley Bay next to the in-
tended site of Blue Waters Hotel.

apply to owner, Phone 2787 of 8239 after
4 p.m, 20.4.50—10n

Two unfurnished
apartments at Coombe House, White
Park, to an approved tenant.

APARTMENTS

FLATS—One (1) Upstairs
bedrooms, running water in each.
(1) down stairs with 1 bedroom.
further particulars dial 2696

22.4.50—t.f.n,

with 3
One
For

ROOMS — Furnished ce

unfignished
Dial 4020.

22.4.50—3n,







WANTED









eed

HELP
A TYPIST for our office, make appli-
cations by writing. COLLINS LTD.,
Broad St 21.4.50- an. |



AN ASSISTANT MISTRESS for Alex-
andra Schoo] from the September term,
to teach Class—singing and General
Subjects.

Salary,
ing

on Government Scale, accord-
to qualifications and experience
Applications stating qualifications and
experience and subjects offered, should
reach the Headmistress not later than
May 3ist. 21.4.50—6n

GIRL COUNTER ASSISTANT for our
Store, Apply in person to Geyurge C
Ward, Druggest and Grocer, St. Law-
renee, Christ Church, 21.4,50—6n

IMMEDIATELY for at least 4 weeks,
HOUSEKEEPER for Kingsley Club,
Bathsheba. Applications in writing.

22.4,50—6n

li-







SALESMAN—Must have drivers
cense, Applications by letter only.
BRADSHAW & COMPANY.

22.4.50—3n.
Assistant

Master for the Christ
Church Boys’ Foundation School, from
the Ist May 1950, to teach Spanish and
General Form Subjects.

Salary on approved Scale according to
qualification and experience.

Applications should be sent with full
details of qualification and experience,



An





to the Headmaster not later than 22nd
April.
W. H. ANTR®SUS,
Sec, to Gov. Body,
Ch, Ch, Boys’ Foundation School.
9.4.50—7n.
—
MISCELLANEOUS
Will the friend who borowed the book
QUEEN OF TOMORROW from Mrs,
E. M. Shilstone kindly return it?
22.4,.50—2n.



Will ELFINA GODDARD of Ivy Road,
please call in at the Barbados Nurses’
Association's Office, Trafalgar Street by
Friday 5th May 1950. 22.4.50—-1n.





PUBLIC NOTICES

=—=—=—=——_—__===—=

“ £25 easily earned by obtaining orders

for private Christmas Cards from
your friends. No previous experience
necessary, Write today for beautiful free
Sample Book to Britain’s largest ano
€memost Publishers; highest commission,
marvelous money making opportunity.
Jones, Williams & Co., Dept. 10 Victoris
Works, Preston, Englan’ ”





NOTICE

the replacement of the Ceiling at
the Parish Church without first remov-
ing the old one, I now call for tenders
for the removal of the main ceiling of

the Parish Church.



‘| William Brewster

BARBADOS. ADVOCATE

GOVERNMENT NOTIC!





Articles to be Sold at Auction at Customs on the
2nd May, 1950, 12.30 p.m.

GOODS SEIZED AND FORFEITED UNDER THE
TRADE ACT 1910—4—135 (1)



By Whom Forfeited
F. Waleott



.

St. V. Mathwin ..
Lewis

and James

Emanuel
Smith

. a. .

Paul Nolan



GOODS SEIZED AND FORFEITED UNDER IMPORTS

—_——



Description of Goods

Que (1) Basket Cont

1

3 Bottles Liqueur
1 Bottle Still Wire
0 Cartons Cigarettes

4 Tins Cigarettes
Bottles Gin

Cases Whisky
Cases Gin
Cartons Rum

2
6
6
6

& EXPORTS RESTRICTION ACT, 1939-14



Seized on board Adalina
E. Joseph and H. Dickson

Master of Lady Joy

N/M

One (1) Basket Containing

46 Tir,

Eelat Tale.

One (i) Box Beer
One (1) Bag Sugar

One (1) Carton Conte.

56 Bottles
WANT OF ENTRY GOODS UNDER TRADE ACT”

5 Bottles Whisky
1 Piece Auto Part

2 Pkygs. Paper Napkins

Rum

1910—4—SECTION (48) (3 & 4)





Marks of Numbers



T. 8. Be dial.
De Any 54 ; +> “s
H. ©. H.

Johnson’s Hardware
BOWEN No. 1
lL, A. M. No 2.
M. & Co. ..
eR. oa
J. N. Harriman & Co.
N/M

N/M
HULL & SON.
6. JEMMOTT

BORNN BAY RUM CO
N. E. WILSON ..

A. RICE bin oe oe









One
One
One
Matte
Two (2
One
One { |
One
One
One

Description of Goods

Case

Empty
(1) Case Advertisin
1

Polish

1 Rum

a

Bales Chair Can¢
(1) Case Stationery
(1

]
(1

Carton Cor

Parcel (

alais

arpet sal

Four (4) Cases Transformers
(1)
]
]

One
One
One
One
One
Two
Four
Two (
Two (2

One

Case Film
Bag Shoes

Pky



Cases Floor ¢
Rolls Telt

Rolls Linolew

»

1) Package Ma

PUZINLeS

~ UNCLAIMED BAGGAGE UNDER THE TRADE ACT



M. Abadi ..

Applications are invited for appointment to the post ol!

1910—4 SECTION



119

"EE Dunnage



One 1 Ib Tin Butter
One 1 |b Tin Cheese
Three (3) Pieces Cloth

Two (2

Bags conty.

3 Cigarettes

Cases

lr

in a new organisation to administer housing loans from the Lal

Welfare Fund created

under the

Sugar Industry

Price Stabilisation and Welfare) Act 1947

Candidates must have some knowledge of

and costs of material and labour.

The salary attached to this post is $1,200 per annum. 1
expenses entailed in connection with the duties of thi

building constru



appe

will be paid at rates similar to those paid to Government ©

under the Travelling Allowance (Amendment) Regulations,

194%

This post is of a temporary nature, non-pensionabl

to termination with one month’s notice on either

siae,

Applications in writing with testimonials will be received

Colonial Secretary, Colonial Secretary’s Office,

29th April.

3ridgetown, up to



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Exhibition of Handwork

There will be an Exhibition of Handwork donc
School Teachers at the Easter Vacation Course at Wesle)

DY



School on Thursday, the 27th April, 1950,

The Exhibition will be open from 10 a.m

will be made for admission.

No

to 5 p.m.



Applications are invited for appointments to the two posts
‘Owing to the difficulty of tendering | Senior and Junior Clerk in a new organisation to administer hou
loans from the Labour Welfare Fund created under the Sugar Indus

(Rehabilitation Price Stabilization and Welfare) Act 1947

2.

Tenders will be received by me up to} certificate of equivalent standard.
should also have a knowledge of accountancy.

May 6th 1950.""
W._U. GOODING,
Parochial Treasurer,
St, Philip.
19.4,50-—n.





The Barbados Shipping &
Trading Co. Ltd.

NOTICE is hereby given that under
Article No. 37 of the Articles of As-
sociation of The Barbados Shipping and
Trading Co, Ltd., the TRANSFER
EOOKS and REGISTER OF MEMBERS
will be closed as from the 26ti. Apri
1950 to the 10th. May 1950.

By order of the Board of Directors,

COLIN D. BE. WILLIAMS,

Secretary
Prince William Henry Street,
Bridgetown. a
21,4, 50—3n



Leaving School Next Term?) iect

HAVE you considered Jqurnaliam as 4
Career? ® Barbados Advocate is look-
ing for a bright young man to train
as a Sub-Editor. now in writing
giving full details to the Editor The

Advocate. 4% Broad Street.
° 21.4,50—3In



PARISH OF ST. PETER

Wanted by the Poor Law Guardians
for the Almshouse a fully qualified Nurse
capable of taking charge of Midwifery
cases.

Salary $55.00 per month.

Applicants must present themselves
with Birth Certificnte and credentials to
the P.M.O. at his residence “Roseville,”
St. Peter on or before April 17th us to

10 a.m
Signed G. S. CORBIN,
Clerk, Poor Law Guardians,
22. 4.530—9n.



NOTICE

A. E. TAYLOR calling ali agents
who represent firms selling dry goods,
and anything



hard-ware, canned goods

else, from a needig up to a house
Please submit samples and F.O.B
} quotations. 22.4.50— tn

3.

long grade in the Local Civil Establishment with a commencing s
ot $1,872.00 per annum for the Senior Clerk and $768 per annum

the Junior Clerk.
4.

These posts are of a temporary nature, non-per

Applicants for the Senior

The salary. scale of both posts will be similar to that of
ale

lonabie

subject to termination with one month's notice on either side

5.

the 29th April.

Applications in writing with testimonials will be received
the Colonial Secretary, Colonial Secretary's Office, Bridgetown, up |

22.4.50—z



Applications are invited for the post of Steno-typist in a new
organisation to administer housing loans from the Labour Welfare
Fund created under the Sugar Industry (Rehabilitation Price Stabili-

sation and Welfare) Act 1947.
2.

$1,200.
3.

4.



PERSONAL



The public are hereby warned against
giving credit to my wife CARMEN
CARTER (nee Holder) as I do not ho!
myself responsible for her or anyone

else cons any debt or debts in
my nan ae by a written order
signed by me .

Signed FREDERICK CARTER,
Thornbury Hill,

Christ Church
22.4.50—2n

Sp es SSS
For MARL, SAND,
GARDEN MOULD,











and LIME
Dial 4503

CROWN GINGER ALE



|

}

{| neys clean out



This post is of a temporary nature, non-pensionable and
to termination with one month’s notice on either side.
Applications in writing will be received by the Colonial | ‘

Secretary, Colonial Secretary's Office, Bridgetown, up to 29th April
22.4. 50-

i

Candidates must be in possession of a School Certificat

Klementa

ub-

2n







Powder

Carton Pickled Cockles
Carton Glow Lamy

(Rehabilitatior

The salary scale of this post will be similar to that of a
steno-typist in the Local Civil Establishment, namely $480 x $48

Harbour L

IN CARLISLE BAY

IN PORT Sch
Sch
Sch
Sch,

M

Sch Alexandrina,
Henrietta, Seh, REverdene,
Tpoma, Sch. Zita Wenita
anuel Go Seh. Burina D,
rances W Seh Luejle
| Senith s.s Mont,
Ce Louie Philip H. Davie
Sch. Mary Lewis, Seh. Mary E.
Yacht Leon It,
ty Noeleen, Schooner Mol...»
«, Seh. Henry D, Wallace, Seh. United
n S., Seh. Lady Zoileen, Sch
Henrietta, M.V. Caribbee,
ARRIVALS
» Trinidad
» Mandalay
ooding, rom.
Owners’

Smith
Sua
Seh,
M



aroline,




Il, W tons net, Capt.
St. Vineemt, Agents:

Association .
DEPARTURES
Marion Belle Wolfe, 74
Capt. Every, for Britiah Guiana;
Agents: Sch. Owners’ Association,
| Seh. Gardenia W., 34 tons net, Capt
| Wellace, for St, Vincent; Agents: Sch.
Corners’ Association .
| Seh. Esso Aruba, â„¢ tong net
Dristol, from Trinidad; Agents:
} Owners’ Association,
j Seh.
| Sealy, for British Guiana; Agents: Sch
Owners’ Association.

In Touch With Barbados
Coast Station



sh

net

Capt
Seth



CABLE
Lta

(West Indes)
can now

and Wireless
advise that that they

s poner

€=hoone:
fyhooner

tora

Philip H. Davidson, 87 tons not,

with the following ships

Lady Nelson,
SS. Gascogne, 8.8. Zealandie, S.S
Kastor, S.8. Ocean Valour, S.8. Portu
sal, SS. White River, S.8. Askepot,
&.s Katy, S.S. Tacite, SS. Tista,
8.8. Midvefiord, SS. Benny, S.S. Pen-
eacor, S.S. Loide Mexico, §.8. Jeanny,
SS. Vyenne, &.8. Republica De Vene-
xuela, S.S. Stiktestad, §.8. FP. lL.
fbidis RAF, §.S. Seabreeze, S.S.
Gulf, S.8. Rio Arazga, S.8. Bliza-
laires, 9.8. Alcoa Planter,
AUantie Ranger,
S.S. North Haven, §.S
Charlestown, 3.8. Hya-
Cadlunties ; 8.8
Sysla; S.S. Esso Syracuse;
S.S. Alcoa Runner, S.S.
S.S. Athelstane, S.S. Dageld,
Thelma IV, S.S. Chryss Jane,
j » Damiens, S.S. Gulf Swamp,

S.S. Indere: S.S. Laady
Cristallina, S Ulysses,



mae
beth, 5
ss





Southern

iS.

wa

PNnLD





d s,




Red

Mesco, SS. Norse King,



| omueicate
Uwough their Barbados Coast ns
5.8. S. Mareouf, 8.8.
Ad

Ss se British Columbia
Expre abeth \ Flanigan,
: D Aleoa Pennant,
$s. Ri st, S.S. Custodian, $.S

enue +S. Bloemfontein Gastle; $.S
I t S.S. Golfite,

‘
Seawell
Seawe

APRIVALS BY B.W.L.A.1
Trinidad

e! Barbera, Rosnund Hinds, Albert
Gordon Crawford



DMPA RTURES BY B.W.L.A.1
Fo Tri fad

th Duke Mr Rodney

Marie Glaisher, Mrs, Dor

Mr Haaven Walton, Mr

M Phyllis Sweet, Mstr

M str David Sweet; Mis

ect Mr Woodles Anthon

eph Assing

MAIL NOTICE

Vineent, Grenada
ish Guiana, by the
Ne will be closed
Ie eral Post Office as under
tt « nl Registered Mail at 10
t 11.45 a.m or



asm
the

1950



Vexicon Movies
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Everton 2-0 |

Football fans saw Empire defeat Everton 2—0, when they
played their Second Division fixture at Queen’s Park yes- |
The goals were scored by Mandeville and Mc!

terday.
Collin.

To Shoo
Next Week

FIFTEEN Members of the Bar-
bados Small Bore Rifle Club are
eligible for the Dec.-Jan. Handi-
cap Spoon Shoot which will be
held at the Range, Drill Hall, Gar-
rison, on Wednesday, April 26th,
1950 when some very keen com-
petition is expected.

Captain J. R. Jordan is to_be
congratulated on winning the Gun
Score for this period and will be
awarded a Spoon.

The following are the names of

those eligible along with their
handicaps.
Mr. P. A. Cheesman 95.33
» ~P. Chase 94.58
» F. D. Davis 98.25
, RK. D. Edghill 94.4)
Capt. J. R. Jordan 99.08
Lt. C. E. Neblett 97.91
Mr. H. Nicholls 91.75
» W.A, Richardson 97.75
T. A. L. Roberts 95.25
S. Temprec 97.66
, M. G. Tucker 97.83
Capt. C. R. E. Warner 95.91
Major A. S. Warren 95.08
Mr. D. H. Yearwood 93.16
K. S. Yearwood 97.00

8 Best Scores

The following are the eight best
scores recorded at last Wednes-
days practice of the Small Bore
Rifle Clut

H.P.S. 100
Mr. M. G. Tucker 99
Mr. M. A. Tucker 99
Capt. J. R. Jordan 99
Capt. C. R. E. Warner . 98
Mr. M. De Verteuil 98
, P. A, Cheeseman 97
Major J. E. Griffith 97
Mr. K. S. Yearwood 94

Scottish Champ










Bs is
Wins Golf
ry.
lournament
HERTFORDSHIRE, April 21
John Panton, 33-year-old Scot-
tish champion from Glenbervie,
won the £1,350 “Silver King
Golf Tourn ent on the Moor
Park e today with an
iggre e of 276 for 72 holes
P or who le the field from
the tart won the first prize of
£300. He had rounds of 68 and
73 today and his aggregate equal-
led the tourname record estab-
lished by Charles Whitecombe on
he same course in 1938
Ossie Pickworth Australian
open champion, made a fine start
in his challenge for British hon-
ours this season by winning the
second prize of £200 with an
aggregate of 281 Today he had
rounds of 70 and 68
Third prize of £100 went to
W. Smithers, of Long Asston, with
an aggregate of 285 His final 2
rounds were 70 and 74
~Reurer,
U.S. Plan Horse
Jumping
At The Olympic Games
NEW YORK, April 21
Efforts are being made to revive
participation of a United States
team in the International Horse
Jumping at the Olympic Games
It was announced that Colone!}

John Wofford, of Milford, Kansas
a former Olympic representative,
vould head a Committee to select

and train riders and horses for the

United States to compete in the
1952 Games

It is estimated that $250 thous-
and or more would be necessary

to maintain the project, including

the purchase of suitable horses
—Reuter,
v
The Weather
rO-DAY

Sun Rises; 5.47 a.m.
Sun Sets: 6.11 p.m.

Moon (First Quarter) April
25.

Lighting: 6.30 p.m

High Water; 5.53 a.m,, 7.12
p.m,

YESTERDAY

Rainfall (Codrington) 16
ins.

Total for month to yester-
day: .94 ins.

Temperature (Max). 85.0 F

Temperature (Min). 71.5 °F

Wind Direction (9 am.) E
(3 p.m.) E by N
Wind Velocity 10 miles per

hour.
Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.950
(3 pam.) 29.885



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Who SAID BARBERS TALK ALL {THE
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:
In the first half, the game was |
keenly contested as each side tried |
to open the score. This resulted |
in the ball being kept in the mid- |
field. Empire however missed
some opportunities. Everton were |
almost successful in opening the

sore, when Empire’s custodian
failed to hold a lob from their

opponents inside right, but Jordan
the right full-back came to the
rescue. The Empire’s forwards
made quite a number of good
movements, most of which were
nevatived by Everton’s Keeper.

Empire at once began to press
on their opponents who were then
stubbornly defending, but Everton
were soon one down, when Man-
deville made no mistake in putting
the ball into the nets. This re-
sulted from a free-kick which was
awarded to Empire. Everton
fought hard to equalise, but saw
Empire increase their lead when
about ten minutes before time call.
MeCollin scored from a_ penalty
which was awarded to them.

The teams were:

Empire: Archer, Jordan, Wick-
bam, St. John, Thomas, Morris,
Bapb, MeCollin, Craig, Mandeville
and Wood.

Everton: Boxhill, Steede, Cul-
pepper, Archer, Hall, Senley, Edey.
Alleyne, White, Bishop and
Jurnett

Mr. L, F. Harris was the referee

DAMES DRUB
ROVERS 3-0

Notre Dame defeated Pickwick
Rovers 3—0 yesterday when they
met in a third division
match at Kensington. Again the
Notre Dame players outplayed
their rivals and gave them no
chance to score

Notre Dame had many oppor-
tunities of scoring more goals but
ever made use of them. Pickwick
Rovers made some spirited at-
tempts to open their scoring in the
last few minutes of the second
1elf but were unsuccessful.

Qther results were Y.M.P.C.
versus Cable and Wireless at
Beckles Road; Cable and Wireless
won 2—1. Y¥Y.M.C.A. and For-
tres Carlton: Y.M.C.A. won
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« Their Honours confirmed t!
Ei Police Magistrate’s decision,
pointing out it the evidence of
° ’ Mc . 1 > .
J . «|Me Carthy and hey witness
amaica@ Asks kor varied on a fundamental point
Y Mr. J. S. B. Dear app2ared for};
U. S. Athletes Jordan while Mr. E. K. W |
NEW YORK. April 21 represented Me Carthy
NEW YORK, April 2 } Me Carthy’s case was that she
Requests have been received’ and her witness Wyatt Clarke
from 12 countries for American|were going along the road neat
athletic teams this year, the Ama-| Jordan's home Petia lian S at delat
teur Athletic Union announced. |oame towards her pushed he
Athletes are wanted in Panama, alle a Be had :
Jamaica, Cuba, Scotland, Northern lag erin ee eye eee on
Ireland, Puerto Rico, Norway Clarke said that Jordan had
crore Sa ene ae é Sé at . 2 é
ingland, Sweden, Finland, Greece gone past them, and thn return-

ind South Africa
It is expected that 100 athletes

a

Empire Defeat —

TWO MEN, sailing 25ft Yacht to U.S—Kevin O’Riordan, 64, and |







BARBADOS. ADVOCATE

Humphrey Barton, 50, set off from the Solent yesterday in a 25ft.

yacht, with New York their destination.

Atlantic in six weeks.
Barton a begat designer.
him in Lyminton.

APPEAL JUDGES DISMISS"

ASSAULT

They hope to cross the

Mr. O'Riordan is an ex-policeman and Mr.
Their craft, the Vertue 35 was designed by
She weighs five tons and has been strengthened
football amidship for the ocean crossing— (Express).

CHARGE

' Shed For |

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_Queen’s Park |
| From page 5
} ident. Mr. F. E. C. ssc runier|
| Vice President, He G. D. LI
Pile, Her. Sir John S and|
Messrs. C. O. Armstrong, G. 7
Hutson, F. D. G. Simpson. N. B
Howell, L. H. Farmer, and H. A.|

Powding.
The Committee now has a total
number of 145 Ordinary Members,



8 Associate Members and one
"Honorary Member!

Two new memters were clectea
to serve on the Exhibiti Com-
‘mittee, Mr. Collin Dear and Mr.
W. B. Carrington Mr. C. M.

-Drayton. will be their representa-
tive on the Sugar Industry Bank,
Sir John Saint on The Aaricul-
wral Board and Mr Bethell on
the Peasants’ Loan Bank

Before electing their new pres-
}ident, Mr. King paid tritute to
| the outgoing president Mr. Sealy.
|He said that the Society was]
| grateful to him for the valuable;
|.work he had done for them dur-
,ing his three years in office. j
, Mr. Drayton thank~d the Soci-!
' ety for the tribute they had con-
| ferred upon him by making him’
| their president and promised to do
| his best for the Sccicty j
“Mr. King observed that some
planters had said that they hac,
| got no good results from) the rat:
| paits but many on the other hand}
i had told him of good resu!ts. Mr.
Tucker had given him some sug-

effect of the baits and during the



| gestions which would improve the} Ȣ96s6ss6<,

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"| Another Steel | BBA. Radio Programme

SATURDAY April 22, 1950
The News. 7.10 n New
7.15 a.m. Rendezvous Players
Generally Speaking; 7.50 a.m
a.m, From The Editorials;
Programme Parade 8.15
Music: 8.45 a.m. Colonial
a.m. Close Down, 12.00
News 12.10 p.m News
12.15 p.m. B.B.C. Scottisp.
Orchestra 1.00 p.m. Accordeon Inter- |
tude; 1.15 p.m. Radio Newsreel. 1.30
p.m. Much Binding In The Marsh 2.00
p.m. The News; 2.10 p.m. Home News
From Britain, 2.15 p.m. Glad To Meet
You; 2.30 p.m. Henry Hall's Guest
Night; 3.15 p.m. Dance Music; 3.30
m. Sports Review;

a.m
Analysis
7.30 a.m
Interlude
3.10
a.m
Questions,
noon The
Analysis;

a.m
Dance

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4.00 The News;

Pp
4.10 p.m. The Daily Service; 4.15 p.m. |

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Songs From The Show; 5.00 p.m. Lis-
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Interlude; 6.00 p.m.











Parade; 35.30 p.m
Dance With Me. 7.00 p.m. The News. |
7.10 p.m. News Analysis; 7.15 p.m.
Behind The News; 7.45 p.m. Light |
Music: 8.00 p.m. Radio Newsreel 8.15
p.m. Songs From The Show; 9.00 p.m. | SERVED
Fnglish Magazine; 9.30 p.m. In Town
Tonight 10.00 p.m. The News 10.10)
p.m. Home News From Britain; 10.15
p.m Pipes And Drums 10.30 p.m.-| NDAY NIGHT
Think On These Things; 10.45 p.m. | EVER U
Weekiy Sports Summary; 11.% p.m
The News }
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Opening To-day

Their Honous of the Assistant Court of Appeal Mr. G. L. |
Taylor and Mr. J. W. B. Chenery, yesterday confirmed a}
decision of Mr. D. D. Morris, Police Magistrate of District |
“C”, Mr. Morris, had dismissed a case which Phyllis Mc |

JOSEPH NICHOLLS of Water-
ford’s Tenantry was charged be-

fore His Worship Mr. E.
McLeod with stealing a

Committee on

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— given by
THE BARBADOS CIVIL

for



Carthy of Vineyard, St. Philip, had brought against Cecil |
Jordan of the same district , alleging that he b2¢ assaulted |

and beaten her on January

ed and pushed her to the ground

Mr. E. K. Walcott told the

leott the garage, he told his scn tk
alco't! into the car. A car then came up
and collided with his ca

29.

Mr. Nichols said that

vehicles were passing

along the road. When his car got}

ibout 32 feet from the centre ot

POST OFFICE NOTICE

New Issue of

he hadj|
sent his son to look ana tell him
whether

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May 10.

Nichols was alleging that it was

driver of Mapp’s car

Their Honours said that it was
\difficult to come to the conclusion
that the. negligence wes that olf
\Mapp’s diver.







Postage Stamps.

March |
|

The case was adjourned until}

not his negligence, but that of the



A new definitive issue of postage and revenue stamps comprising

12 denominations will be placed
Monday, Ist May, 1950.
expressed in the decimal system
4 cents, 6 cents, 8 cents, 12 cents

on sale at all Post Offices as from

This is a pictorial issue with the values

as follows—1 cent, 2 cents, 3 cents,

, 24 cents, 48 cents, 60 cents, $1.20

will eventually be aking trips , ; ; 4 ; :
Sen ae rane Paes te aking trips | curt that Jordan and his daughter and $2.40. The present issue will be withdrawn at close of business

on seven tours this year

—Reuter.



BEATEN ON SPLIT
DECISION

PORTLAND MAINE,
Eduardo Carrasco, of Peru, was
beaten on a_ split decision by
Reuben Davis, of Fall River, Mas-
achusetts, over ten gruelling

April 21

ARRIVING on Thursday after
noon at Seawell was a K.L.M

passenger aircraft bringing twelve ine
t

Curacao. It

with

from
same

labourers
the

re-
urned thir-
ven
The plane was
Shell Oil Company
Passengers arriving were
Vere Harrison,
phus White

day

chartered by

Lairson Small, Adol

Ashton Trotman, “aeophi

! Mings, Hugh Blackman; Fitz Ojben’|

Dixon Livingstone
hiarewood, Denzil Juckmar
Pollard ahd ista Pollard
Leaving were
Carlisle Morris Adolphus
Vornon St. John, Charles Harte
Brathwaite, Wilmont Bushby

Alleyne Winston

rounds here last night
Carrasco weighed 132 and a half
pounds and Davis 132 pounds,
There were no knock-downs dur-
ing the contest
’ —Keuter.
. ’
12 Arrive From
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Curacao

Lynth
Clyde

Green, Oscar Small, Wilfred Hunte
Leo Browne; Vernon Goddard and
Lieyd Grandison

Guilty Of Loitering

George Burrows of Stephenson
Road was put on probation for 18
moaths by His Worship
E. A. McLeod yesterday after he
was found guilty of loitering with
intent to commit an offence on
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jhad differed in their evidence.
Jordan had said that he had seen |
Mc Carthy and Clarke, they had
shouted for murder on_ seeing |
him and he had left them. His}
daughter who had been some}
distance away had col to meet
him |

Jordan’s daughter said that her
father had come to her and she
did not go to meet him

Mr, Dear said that was for |
the prosecution to prove their |

case and not to rely on discrepan-
cies in the defence

Their Honours said that even if
there were discrepancies in the
defence, there were aiso some
startling differences in the prose

cution. They had to agree with the
Police Magistrate as they thought}

it unsafe to give a conviction
Damages Awarded

A decision of Mr. C. W. Rud-
der was yesterday reversed by
Their Honours of the Assistant
Court. of Appeal, Mr, G. L. Tay-

and J. W. B. Chenery. Theii
Honours gave judgment for Mr
Ronald Mapp M.C.P., who claimed
damages from Mr. A, D. Nichols

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a road inspector of Sweet Bottom,
St. George. Mr. Mapp said that
Nichols had damaged his car
through his negligence while com-
ing out of a garage at Martins Bay
on August 29, 1948. Damages w
granted for $35.69.

Mr. W. W. Reece
Nichols. Mr. J. E. T
appeared for Mapp

re

»presented
Branckor

case WAS

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adjourned on 12 occasions in the
}Court of Appeal

Mr. Mapp had lent his car to
Charles Smith. Smith said that

he was going towards Martins Bay,
St. Philip and Eric Carter was
driving at the time of the accident
A car came out of a garage sudden-

ly and the two cars became
involved in an accident. The cai
which was coming out of the
garage reversed and caused move

extensive damage

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on Saturday, 29th April, 1950.

FOR FIRST DAY COVERS

(1) Advance orders from local residents for these stamps accorm-

panied by

full remittance will be received

at the General

Post Office up to 12 noon on Saturday 29th April, provided
they are for not less than—

(a) a complete sheet (10
to 8 cents.

0 stamps) of the values from 1 cent

(b) a complete sheet (50 stamps) of the values of 12 cents

to 48 cents, and
half
40.

(c) a sheet (25

$2

stamps)

of the values of 60 cents to

(2) A receipt will be sent and must be preserved.

(3) The stamps will be put up in sealed packets and delivered |
on Ist May from 8.00 a.m. on presentation at Poste Restante |

of the receipt referred to. This will be detained by the
delivery clerk in whose presence the stamps should be
checked

Stamps must be affixed on the envelopes by the sender (the De-

partment cannot undertake this)

and posted not later than 4.00 p.m.

If desired, envelopes can be passed through the electrically operated

machine which will postmark th
FIRST DAY OF ISSUE.
for registration
Covers,

REGISTRAT

em as usual and print in addition

This cannot be done in the case of letters
A special receptacle will be provided for first Day

ION IN BULK

Persons desiring to register 25 or more envelopes will be supplied

in advance with
numbered labels.

numbered registration receipts in
The labels will be affixed by the sender to the

duplicate and

letter intended for registration and the address, abbreviated, filled in

on the receipt.

Letters duly labelled and bearing the correct postage and regis-

tration fee, with receipts in duplicate, will be presented at the Regis- |
After verification the original receipt,

tration Branch for acceptance,

date stamped and signed will be handed to the applicant and the
duplicate retained as an office record.

General Post Office,
20th April, 1950,

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houses. These samples are

carefully drawn and
narked with their bulk
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SERVICE ASSOCIATION
At the Combermere School
Hall on Saturday,
22nd April, 1950
In Honour of the Visiting
Delegates of the Federation
of Civil Service Associations.

Music will be supplied
by Mr. Arnold Meanwell’s
Orchestra.

Members and their Friends
are invited
Dancing 9 p.m, Dress Formal
ADMISSION $1.00









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FIRST ANNUAL HAIR STYLE

SHOW & DANCE

AT DRILL HALL (Garrison

On FRIDAY MAY 5Sth., 1950

at 8.30 > m.
{ IN AID OF CHRIST CHURCH
) BABY WELFARE LEAGUE

and to help Babies in St. John,
Mrs. Simmons-Howell, a grau
ute of Hair-Styling from the Wil-
fred Academy, Broadway, N.Y.,
presents her lovely models with
beautiful creations; assisting her
will be Mrs. Gladys Coppin.
Patrons

Mr. Fred Goddard M.C.P. Mr.
Owen Alider, M.C.P. Mr. W. W.
Reece K.C., M.C.P., Mr. F. E, C.

Bethell M.C.P
Mr. Arnold Meanwell’s Orches-
tra in Attendance



| ADMISSION — 81.00

Dancing after Show

Bar & Refreshments
Evening Dress Optional
a ticket, bring your friends
and help a worthy cause.
TICKETS on Sale at the
ADVOCATE STATIONERY

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( 1ST FLOOR, BOWEN & SONS 4

(Broad Street)
Hours: 10 a.m.—2 p.m,
Tuesdays, Wednesdays,

{ Fridays.
10 a.m.—12 o’clock
{ Saturdays.
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BALLERINAS IN BLACK & RED

LADIES Sizes 3—7 .. $1.95, GIRLS Sizes 10—2..
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GENTS, LADIES and CHILDREN SHOES ~
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PLASTIC 36” wice in White Blue, Lemon & Pink 60
BOYS PLASTIC BELTS multicolour 36c. each —
VELVET RIBBON in Red, Black, Navy and Greet.
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