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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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Apr. 22, 1983-
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TORIES WILL VOTE AGAINST LABOUR

1000 TROOPS UNLOAD oo sy > ree pee, | Defeat Will |










STRIKE AFFECTED SHIPS
| In London Port |



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LONDON, April 24, | |
began unloading urgently needed foodstuffs in |

; .
; London’s port to-day as the five day old unofficial dock
spread to nearly 13,000 workers.

strike ——————#l On Cabinet orders about 1,000
jtroops and sailors entered the

, e D tro Ss | dock this afternoon on “Opera-
we es 'ys tion Springtide” to unload some |
of the 80 idle ships. They started

Ener work immediately on unloading

i tom “ ZY foodstuffs. —
. i. As they did so several hundred
Buil more dockers joined the 12,500 al-
ready out in protest against the

| expulsion from the Transport and
IN CALIFORNIA
|

Election |

CHURCHILL CRITICISES
DEFENCE SYSTEM |

LONDON, April 24,
JINSTON CHURCHILL announced to-day that t
opposition would vote against the Government on twé





General Workers Union of three



here Mrs. Ros a .
wr wee of the budget proposals on Wednesday.
men alleged to have taken part PICTURES taken on Guian
. Calif., April 24 | in last year’s sympathy stoppages

Defeat on either of these votes would, it is saianill

‘ involve the Government's resignation and a new Genera
top, a rea |
Mf

Island, which

for the Canadian seamen’s strike,

Official figures announced be-
fore the Cabinet's troops decision |
put the total strikers at 12,489.
Official total stil} working was
13,140 but an unknown further
number had walked out this after- }
noon. |

Only docks in the Port of Lon-
don not affected were those at |

_ Fire, and explosion destroyed
the Atomic Energy Commission's
administration building here last

memes shot into the sky from

building near the giant cyclo-
on installation.

The first was brought under

- gontrol before it could spread to





ice Election. The issues on which the votes
top right, front view
building with Lily



*will be taken are the increase ir

of | |the petrol tax and the tax -or
pond in foreground House . | lorries |
Pctiom left shows” hits No Agreement “We shall feel it our duty. tej

aid vote against both these two new]

| ne of the cot | 7 . taxes on Wednesday” a
ind “Sorin “S| With Russia =



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n atom = smash-/ °C ; rudely | as » rights of Parliame
the ve ’ Tilbury, several miles up the | eans | . Tre ing the rights of Fasiament oad
machine. ; . river —~tIReuter e| Says “ of fear of precipitating an appea
* ission officials declined : ‘ \ to the public”.
to disclose if any irreplacable . : The increase in the petro
data was lost. Nor U S SHOULD = . + r + LONDON, Apri ' tax was a new burden on_ the
they say what the build- oe ) } . T 6 x America will opy ¥Y MOV©| travelling public. The tax ot
‘ing contained. | C t H 4 O nS to reope cirect negotiations | the purchase price of vans and
27h guard was at once thrown NOT PAY ommunists f HE. Opens [2 p settlement of difte:-| jee aay price Of vans. an
mound the area and thousands 7 | We e ives n eer ark : ences | een the viet Uni pipes the economy and 7
- attracted by the flames were P ’ I ht ] > | e I; 1 ire e We 1 power: url f our production and distribu-j
5 : A | | A 40 ; I }
kept outside the high electrified BRIT AIN S DEBTS) 1 0 ice Is a l wee ere on’ Mr. Churchill said |
which enclosed the site. y maida tl Vi { ° ry Forel li er prepara-, le contended that. the new
ie r . sa? AS ON, April 24 / J A at ‘ :
|The University of Cal:fornia’s oerat Sona cont | La Stop Arms Near Antigua oday ened to-| taxes were dizegted. . towards
H; 000 cyclotron is in a con- Democrat mene Tom Connail-| , 4 t ites tiniiale ers poe the travelling’ . public 1
; Ae 4 7, chairman of the Senate For-| | yey a) . ,
ut 350 feet|/¥, chairman o 7 Vie iel : bo i , me { e ‘ nd industry to use the nat nal}
__ crete building about 3 eign Relations Committee to-day | ANTWERP, April 24 IRS. ROSAMUND WRIGHT, the owner of a group of HIS XCELLENCY the Gov- |?! na im try t ’ . pigs ”
from the fire. A security guard 7 ; i one Pai ae aM J 5 ann t i vays and to. offset tha
i said the burned buildings housed described as “astounding” a re-| Two hundred ( ommunists twice | ands off the northeast coast of Antigua, is leavin Opt r ae i + Ailniding cies: ae ao aire i
ce of apparatus”. _— proposal by =e ae ie pee pales cordons ios to-morrow by the SiS. “Gascogne’ e| on u Ms gis ee c cast eights and. passengts: feres i
Federal Bureau of Investiga~|Overmment that the ey eer we 9 ODA wariiee. . will be away for about six months and 1 the ‘ si ee Ae hae Ami Criticising the way in which|
i G-Men) joined Com-| States should assist wit dollars, Signing on 2,000 workers needed E cae t ‘ Li \ ession ; 800.000.000 ‘ar was beingii
} een cn fais ho Semadions in the payment of Britain’s ster-| to work the night shift in. port to her island home, Guiana, the largest of the group penec yy His Excellency Sir[! ae a fen ie : Churchill |
s i aym i Diitain s ster . a s ae mm } 1 “+} Hi 1 2 cod > {spent eftence, MF. |
J Seine the cause of the} ling balance debts to India, Egypi,| The clashes followed reports that there are about a cozen small islands, some littl big-| H lary Blood on Decembe 2h, ft , | ee oxpenditers” tastes
7 Mo. one ‘was working in. the and other countries, 'a shipment of Atlant Pact ; rms | ser an arge rocks, with only ; hrubs on their rocky | 948 ar ted t 11 April 4 950 Payot ' at fs ttentian }
DP kaen when it started Connally added “It is my view! from America was expected. The u [euaena ee eee oe Wai ae ; “Tam sure there nevet was a}
) The 5,000 ton cyclotron is one| that the United States cannot and | foremen gave up the attempt to| _SUEISCe.____ The isla lively | TBS ‘eek rics Mr. } Act ' sibility; time when we got@less value in|
of the t powerful in the}Should not entertain the British | Sign on workers ‘Great Bird’, ‘Little Birx Pe : fia ( 1 » neg ioa}lighting power for the immense
i most p , lan.” | Windows of the signing-on j } TS WINDOW d is : he 1 he 1948—50 f° hich Parli ne ae antl
world. It is a key centre a ex-} plan mews Sadie ware smashed inthe seut- | | SPOR pbi Red Head Vilar i | Sessic vas oloustul attain. At a ums lich Parliamen as vol
iments in nuclear fisson. —Renter,, | ore aso arene ge 24 and ielis. G re sé 1 ( oapetie thodhand phosin eaved? propaganda ed,” he sai
Free en ogo ws, repo: ecatnsy parce" a ell] Savannahs Club» Mies cigeacrcece, "uniane poopl sa en Foreign Dangers |
ed to have produced a new ele- « 5 naa biel Nate tea hla ennis lournamen An Antiguan Steel Ba Match. taind House of Assembin pit aw ith, HH Or foreign dangers, which
f number 87 the heaviest Reconim:endations Lae tee ‘cone weet ae YESTERDAY'S &ESULTS been named after ‘Hell’s Gat Chambe ft op embled } °°! | he ©} seem to be sharpening, will not be
known in the atornic scale. x ° eer PAP dig hPa. Sho ee sd Men's Singles (Final) G. 1. Map- Guiana Island was first settle at their Headquarter t Fairchild 4 work ‘ ( \ ii ©} warded off by water and effectual |
? The eyelotron fires “ee For Big Three j Pride Von ben wena aes \} . ee by the Dutch from Dutch Guian treet . po i t | Cxbencines of money, but rather?
; : 7 at a te g ( it ame aft th Mr. K } | Mosct ¥ cor é ) : si
e or protons—to smash LONDON, April 24 |munist member of the Belgiz n 70-D Axis FINTORE r , hence its name ) after i the Mr. K Husbands, junic r Mos« ec a once meee ae fone se
> the “core” of atoms. The “core Rec onda mn mé f| Chamber of Deputies, began call-| Wood sai or°C..G" Manama jireaty of Breda in 1667." How-! member for St. Peter was elected The question. of renewed at-} of war power in the ligt of our}
‘is the seat of radio activity. Rec ommendations on many of|© ee : strike Mis Bo a t and P. Mee ever the name deteriorated t Speaker. This was the first elec- [tempt to find a working agreement | isnowledge, i
—Reuter. the questions to come before the cali we covers pe oa : rst Basay 5, ees teas : Guapa during the time it was the fdas kine in-Berbace With: Moserw Wah itt Neleved. | Obser Vivre that Britein could not@
4 . Big. Three Western Foreign Mine ae eee the querentecdl amivemy reat ade yi pate owned “by the Codrington fa ily His Excellency the Governor Ibe exa €d during the Acheson-| ©*! anentiy in an elec uo}
= leven Craterance ane se een eat ‘of living allowance to|{| the c eS and is still mis-spelt Guana on] appointed Hon'ble Mr. H. A. BBevi chumat lk I ion} atmosp . Churenill added amid}
Dowry For A many, Austria and South East eg ne oe ant some maps of Antigua Cuke, O-B.E., M.L.C. to be afhext te ; laughte Here we are in thef
: ° Asia, will be made by the three eaten we = —— ae % 4 pent a In 1927 it was bought by Ma-| member of the Executive Com- : ‘Western|supreme crisis of our history]
5 poking arty. wi began | Minimum o urs, and against) etl ee Sea eo . : nae ster : lee obi ond noube: earl
Princess power working party which began the unloading of American arms.” | jo Hole who died last year, ar littee fc he 148-50 sessio: ee anc : NPP: oe i
its first formal session in London } . Mrs. Wright bought it from hin he Le la € ho sha ay who is the cat andj
4 JOPHPUR, CENTRAL INDIA to-day, it was believed in diplo- | Pol pooewcned sade " l oO Cc 100 ., fabout two and a half eal go The ernor als« ppointed Y entat { who Ireouse 4
» CHI 4, |matic circles here. OCG: CVOCMAIES FAS, SERINE |O she and tl Majo ti ter] Mr. G, H ams, Dr, H. G, Cur ‘ f each; _ The tion was how long canfi
; Fr fer a. These sources say the working| depot and in the fighting two Ow ‘axes ; “ Tin ; in tine ; ame Mir. M. E. Cox, and Mr, I : : ; , . the country afford to be agitated jf
_ Forty-seven Royal Chamber- viv wii P. : : ant| policemen and one communist! oe . : ay ; : i , | , al nflict.” ;
: . ill be far more importan oe k and many years ag W alc ) he House \ ‘ : icological conflict.
_ Maids, a richly caparisoned ele- dg had eituinaity bee n ae were injured ( a Island oT a ‘ | t embe Exec i | “The ulf whieh separates the ti
17 prancing steeds and five ed, and will, if the three pow ers | According = American err | \pril 24 half miles long anc ry | ec ‘ | ‘Wo side f the House so equally jj
y cars were among items of podneee , Ps ot lied in Brussels no vessel carrying Fe man . z oe {ea ¢ 1 n Ey i “ve ; | ba ed is not a gulf of « s, nor®
arrive at the solutions of several > 2 i. | ~~ S epar nT i EXC al a guilt iSs, 5
dowry presented by the Maha- of the issues which will come| American arms to . delgiun rae wv r€. the mainland of \ | . ppointec < P , } doe t make a breach in funda-@
i raja of Jodhpur to his sister, Prin- before the : Foreign Ministers | yet left the United States. ‘ mall a har nel ; out r ty | , . 4 } mental brotherhood }
_ cess Rajendra Kunvarbai, on her heniselvis, who will then simniy| The International Trar Catholic schools receive state | * ie vide. When Majo le } | he Conservative ard ‘Liberal il
t She was married on review and approve the decisions. Workers Fed ration, = PS 7 Yd DSIdie vas living there he had On- Gr H ida Finance, Whe Ccreta wee rti and for a way of life
; Saturday to the Juvraja (Crown HH te tha ght that the Ministers| (Uarters are in London. to-day Four mee eld yesterday toon bridge -ac ross the rre a et Taxat E 1 Natl At l it ever tage multiplie
; ) of Baroda. The dowry as Us ill ns the} @enounced as “criminal” the|at Fougeres, Pontmain. Ch at this. Hes now fallen. to bit in ‘ } the choice pened to individuals. §
among which also includes an an- | themse Ripe Win. terre ye. 203 ic. | Communist attempt to hold up|{a-Valliere and St Dabrent-Sur |,” sass cusrent fawn 4) We FF oa, Labour, ist devotees stand for the
armoury, silver bathtubs, |top level conference only dis | the unloading of an arms ‘ip 1) Sevres—were attended by Catho-| ‘> ois Te , Medical fealt} 50 Ser | itis atiog ules.”
. . d iestior and ch mat- : s channel | iitipi ut oF rules,
an ice factory has an esti- | agree Questions. a w ctuate.,,| Antwerp this morning. lie parents from all parts of West- Ta ices, Pe and Pris« he 5 eadl i M Churchill continued: “We
_Mated total value of 1,500,000 | ters of overall diplomatic trate “Y! In a statement the Fede rauonjern France from Normandy to: Four Houses | Mr. M Coa ide, ( cs : : 1 ie nd half I havell
Tupees. A 31 gun salute and ajas the desirability for a fresh {declared that the Communists | Charente . , : erce, Customs Post Office : : Inever known. this. country split i
of silver coins greeted the approach to Soviet Government! ccorted to “brute force” as they Nine bishops participated at the There are foam hous¢ Gu \w Nes Light , ; aaa | batch. Haut ind Save eae od q
mM. —Reuter. on atomic control, knew they could not hope to per-/St. Laurent meeting Monsignor ; 278: "Great Hous rt. Me Vateott ¥ uiture |}, Unit Nat On Page 3 i
Pe ear Ree eee suade the great majority of|Cazaux, Bishop of Lucor said: | Mrs. Wright lives and thre ner) ane Fisheric Commu tion ™ : 7 — ® rs
TY workers to stop work. Ve are not refusing to pay taxes, | S™aller cottages, The only other | P Work —_——_.
: lneameai, Slee: haiti : .
thugs will not prevent the dock

rp ahs ;}two servants Faulkner I irds
the Catholics adopted a resolu-

c Vf hed ” a”
ttahina. to de. theiri: : his wife Alice an e x chil- | fore os ] ec Ta
| ers from continuing to do their jtion stating: “As the state has no ak Ritaa “te ee Santo Sai Bar Repor ters I en oO F th ri ug
D duty. noney for our schools, we will ; f
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| ZO Ps ner comes from
—Reuter. keep our money until further |™ingo and Faulkner com rom

AMMAN, April 24 l notice Rectan | Tortola | rom Air Crash Site
M) . <4, | ; |

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| Since her arrival on Guiana
KING ABDULLAH OF JORDAN announced to-day | Sew [Mrs. Wright has introdured paw

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| 3 | rOKYO, April 24 mo all ’ ”
that his Government had decided to annex Arab Palestine. Clash Expected Telephone W orkers | paw and sheep to the island a 4 eet Pe ae ate EO Oe e “i QO °
He told the new Parliament when it met here that the : att tain trail

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is ) ar z to raise more eporter noun)

i for B » Li S Sette RE sai halen a big- in trail near the te of last "
annexation measure would be presented to them for| In Berlin Soon On Strike bt -US;- | wer species of donkey. Her house | Friday American = Skymastes ti
eel in a constitutional manner. al WASHINGTON, April 24. "o~ \ which with the thremusettede lane crash, and sent them back “+ Beesythisie’s — theen ‘: PS

Speech from the Throne, area and pc 8 Jordan, / pe ee. + NEW YORK ri) 2 in the centre of the islanc | kohama headquarte . ' , }
In his speech f he TI nd population of Jorda : ca oe ao I a ad W RK, April 24, | he headq ee a
; King Abdullah said Jordan stood|had been generally expected. O tive United States Government has \ coast to coast strike of 10,000] reached from the narrows by | escort perfect today! Even the , ;

‘with its wings spread over the|the forty deputies recently elected ie Pa fighting with tanks and |t@lephone equipment workers be-| road which runs up the middle| Late als of General a a ee ae it
f a ane West banks of the River|ta the Jordan Assembly, Mh wt guns might break out in Berlin | 8am officially at 6 a.m. local time|of the island Great House gen Jougla tacA i‘ aa reme Ais xe u if
_ Jordan, represented Arab districts in next month between Western | to-day, bet: six workers had|erates its own electricity by| ‘ied Cr apan, 20-1 adventure in luxury.” iy

“It lies within its natural rights] Palestine. Allied forces and the Russian-| refused through muddy| means of a Delco engine and is | nounce; vas no official if
reunite its peoples.” Arab League officials here be- mache German Communists elds to a job at South Bend, In-|in telephone communication wit | Peasor e unusu ecurity sag vy !
Britain is not believed to have|lieved today that a League “This statement was made “off | diana the mainland, with an extension east . Dh, | knew you'c i!

formally consulted about the Council might be convened tOling tecord” to a meeting of al- Last mi a“ a a avert Sint Ae at the narrows ii : a er Pc 4 ; like du Maurier; \

@nhexation but she anq Israel are | consider King Abdullah’s annexa-| ost every important newspaper | stoppage collapsec he strikers , foe ea ae ia a ‘ oH i

expected > eee d Is tion of Arab Palestine, but was ection in the country, and was] Were responsible for building and Overrun by Mongeese | crashes } ne 5,000 s * hig : they ave made for

Earlier this ab; unlikely to expel Jordan. widely published in the American | maintenance only, unless there When she arrived she found} ‘iru , mga ps - iust such particular
month the Ar u y I C i \ rs i)
a ext move it oan a\ hould be a breakdown requir-]only donkeys and yeacocks run- sya HO, Srv ivOns
League, rhich i hey felt that the next move in| press today ’ : I "
wo sy seat Sip eeame To 5 ntous and It provoked little editorial com-| ing repairs. The public will not] ning wild, she was able to tame LIER earchers who found] », ople as you, }
Palestine of the “Gaza}one of the most MOME base “ea s/s ‘ iw is not attriputed to} be affected —Reuter. @ On Page 5 the plane yesterday, cordoned off 7 H
Tnment’’ cf Haj Amin El] dramatic happenings in we eis any hemes “of. the. Government | the area, dismissed all spectators i
» Mufti of Jerusalem, de- sation'’s five-year oes, te ty. name although every official, | from _ the ene, and confiscated {
“ite King Abdullah’s plan as|most likely be a = oo diplomat, and diplomatic corres- oe ill the film they could - Des- |
” . " eur , et, s | < ; .
E formula to preserve unity ae ea te cana T; dad / W L pite these preeautions, the Ja
The League was expected to! Officials who gathered excitedly ee sae i at rini a@wyer ans panes¢ ess to-day published
: ‘ = acle i © “ tut ‘ ge
Bard Jordan as only the “ad-|round a ae. Se Abdul- The spo%esman was referring to . picture the weeskaus, i
ie authority” of the| quarters to listen a NS ee ih the forthcoming Whitsun cenien- ote rou In Parliament eurer “You know, I’ve never tased any
annex area endin a final/lah’s not unexpected decis stration in Berlin in the course o yf i
Palestine Settigenent, . expulsion would be difficult. heels Communists from all over cigarette so cool and smooth,”’
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‘ nn ° | “Yes, but it's the rich satisfying
scennieey | western sectors of the city (From Our Own Correspondent) lalks In Rio ie : ‘th :
< | ) The spokesman referred to Ber- , - j flavour of really choice Virginia
| lin as “next on the calendar of | LONDON, April. 24 Ministers Our only hope lies in RIO De JANEIRO, April i 7 that appeals to me.”
NTIGUA i major world developmen s” and A West Indian Parliamentary | getting Stead from here Tar Businessmen representative of .
A! Laas } jto events es as having taken | srouy will, it is hoped, be formed | West Indian Parliamentary Group | aln iil American countries
merre Sse } “an ominous direction” n Er id in the next few weeks. | here could meeting, it would | attended to-day the fifth plenary
if an I ee al In BNg.and in ) vi ° ere could call a meeting, it woulc it 1d 1a the I F 7 “ 4 ‘i *
vel He gave. a list of what he alled Instigating this over there is M.G.}atwact delegates from all West ; mceting of Inter-American Coun- | ++ cool, smooth compan
wo} | “recent aggressive move bY Sinanan, lawyer and politician | Indian islands, but if an attempt | cil of mmerce and production } ionship for your journey. By
; | Russi from Trinidad, and legal adviser Was made by any individual in/ ut: Sant vhere for five days . AL :
| He said that the Soviet to the Butler Party Trade Union. |the West Indies to call a similar |the Council will discus proce | ~- the way, the du Maurier
jment seemed to be _seekit Mr. Sinar ime here .from |mecting in Barbados or Trinidad | ti: f free enterprise, currency filter tip is considered
| liberately to step un tt Ps F frinidad to ntact er or Jamaica, that meeting could not robler: nvestment Latin- | the greatest discovery
ture and tension of Internauiona@l find out why he h vot ke have 100 per cent support eri nd the Truman plan Rea — 7 :
iffairs, anc a howin TOW- touch h the Unior nee arriv- Meanwhile the mystery sur- eveloped ountrie in smoking enjoyment
jing recklessne POssib! e auge ing here 18 months ago. He is also rounding the appearances and dis- | Majo ge n the initial- made in the past fifty
of their development ne stoMe | contacting Members of Parlia- appearances of Buzz Butler con-|jy prepared 1948 Bogota Economie aa
bomb nent in an endeavour to build upj;tinues to grow. Since his arrival Agreement will also be discussed years.
li ry interest.in B.W.I here in June 1948 ee Mr —Reuter,
\ 1¢ M.P.’s he thinks could | Creec h Jones, Butler has had over cnencaenequemtateesinmnsen There'll never be a
S ane Fs “tf “y | Se interested in joining this group | $15,000 t him by h union ,
sugar actor Mr. Tc Driberg, Dr. Hya-!How thi noney has been dis- R hb 7 i f better cigarette
ss ~ . nth More: Mr. L.. D. Gammans, osed of, if it has bes lisposec u er p
W ill Close Reve R. W. Sorenss f, till unknown te nig SINGAPORE, Apri :
| 5 eneves that the futur bearing ir nin the forthcomir Mai
ANTIGU Ny } £ ect art ‘ i
The 1 ; Ve've got | whether or not 2 7 THE EXCLUSIVE FILIER TIP CIGARETIE
, I i r I
” ‘ i é ours tt ‘ MADE IN ENGLAND 93 cents for 50 | e
- 1% ' . Z t rite State a!
A Map... + the - : ‘ ‘ ‘ acticall rit f ‘ ‘ f s . » faitens ; seipasiows i
. MAI of Antigua howing the positic f Gui a iSial ae. for the Ant ia S r - n the West Indies | unlikely that Butle anne : pe t Russia oupled with SOLE DISTRIB R: WILKIN AY TO.» BRIDGETOWN Ff iM
i ae of islands owned by Mrs. Rosamund Wright 1 at present ies iow ome 4 et ; United West Indian|turn to Trinj a nid Gortetile ected. hor ypplies fron _
Barbados Islands are shown inside white circle --By Cable , Prime{to his par erst esia—Reuter ,
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Carib Calling

FAREWELL sherry party

was given by the Colonial
Office last week for Sir Georgt
Seel, new co-Chairman of the
British Caribbean Commission
Sir George, formerly Assistant
Under-Secretary of State for the
Colonies, is on his way to the
West Indies, to take up his ap-
pointment.

“Weenie Roast’’ Party
N SATURDAY at their resi-
@thce, ‘Flores, Kent, M:.
and Mrs. R. C. Laffan gave 4
‘Weenie Reist’ party to celebrate
Mrs. Laffan's birthday.

It was great fun, everyone
roasted their own Weinens—a
special ‘kind of sausage—over @n
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PUESDAY, APRIL, 9s

Dy 1954



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7 ypist Made. PARTY PASTIMES Tel/ yout daugater b
“
PAUL REVERE'S side’ to use Paradol
Good amusing party TODAY 5.00 AND 8.30 and WEDNESDAY 5.00 P.M gy},
wf ra ar et IF IT IS ACTION YOU WANT SEE THIS Dov ”
2 ae specting ; ’ — OUBLE
Eileen Herlic 3 Bs ba te See :
— es OUICK ON THE TRIGGER
| ye h
| a dra a ' ~
} She ha is
starring part in a i .
called “The the] ot jects roug!
Trumpet” az f its] m ist pick the way—a glass
premiere ‘va in al water, a potted plami, a hat
B.B.C., p sk ed| ton-2to, a milk bottle, etc _. | “Phe first years are the worst!”
pation = She| naan eon ee in they say. That’s why many wise
first pl y > | blipafold ‘him and, while he is; ™° thers advise their daughters earty
fourteen. It fired her w ith ~| being twirled around amid lots that Paradol helps save needless
ition to be an actress but when| of noisy comments, have another suffering from periodic pains. No
she gathered en ugh courage to| guest win is “in” on the joke, disagreeable let-down or after-
tell her parents this they sternly quietly remove obstacles Then effects. Scientifically compounded
told her to abandon such | ign} Send blindfolded “Paul” off on from 4 ingredients, Paradol is
notions and apply herself more| his perilous trip, and enjoy his! excellent for headaches, too. Get
rigorously to Latin, Greek and cautious “ride” through non-| Paradol today—the name “Dr. |
: existent perils. Chase” is your assurance. 26

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salads and sauces. '
unpalatable advice ;
Among those present were, Miss avalos i a to : secret 7 ess eo PARADOL
Margaret Struabel, a Registered on nea ee ec mg ¢ :
eg and Wien &£ ng
pari ee cage Mr: MR. LANDY DE MONTBRUN (left) shakes hands with Mr, | 2” office. She spent all he | mma Quick Relief from Pain =
eur: aT i - time taking f art
Harold Kaplan, Chief Engineer of lifford Corbin shortly after Mr. de Montbrun’s arrival at Seawell tna nae aoe oe P ee :
Phillips Oil Co. San Tome, yesterday morning, Mr. Corbin is a member of the group of See ee ‘res et so
; : with careful practice she coulc| |
Venezuela, wears = a. artistes in Mr. de Montbrun’s show which will be performing look down and study a play on i .
. . . : aga own at u a pl )
eae p aeet aaa ra next week here; he arrived in Barbados a few days ago, Mr. 1er lap while she touch-ty ped] THE NEW }
touring the West Indies. de Montbran is here to make the final arrangements for this oa business letters on the desk
Also invited were: Mr. Winston Mar- show which is mamed “Four Aces and a Joker”. us Was inti] the day!
son, Mr, and Mrs. Fred Goddard, Major when she employer a JOLSON
Bill Collins, Col. and Mrs. R. M. Lioyd ee tn aly Hi-Heneds in|
Still, Mr. and Mre. Mackenzie, Mr. and he. i Se in @
Mrs, Douglas Boyle, Mr. and Mrs iiss Landy Arrives H Until ‘Nel R I ome with “Dear PICTURE ?
Sutton, Mr. John Hammond, Mr. and Mrs al Sir” er Intil |
agg 4 Thomas, Mr. Victor Marson, Mis M":. L , S we nti eison eturns my ” ; fa —
ab Haskell, Mr. Bobbie Duncan, M1: | 2 an epee i Mees Tal ’ i i
and Mrs. John Furnival, Mrs "Gditiovis rived ye ee M®: and Mrs. Michael M. Baig | Granc He cindly | i
Haynes, Miss Brenda Haynes, Mr. and B.W 1 A. o are from Moncton, N.B nan c t bere
Hatch, Mr. B. Green, Miss 5S. MeMahor F : I Li dy Nelson.” They are stay- couls Scott Region | absorbing. (8, 5) sain
Miss C. Allyson, Mrs. Judge, Miss Jan : » Marine Hotel until the +h BBA Sine ‘ ze bt sly outside th law y
Rose, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Forbes, Mr which Wi ca ’ aa ; eC oo, D ; t hi : a be im ea
and Mrs. F. Morgan, Mr. C. Dickensen, gt the t res returns on her wij m 5 g th ‘ ly t ted an ; . ‘
Mr. and Mrs. Vere Redman, Mr. and nor 0 asda his mate is a partner be
Mrs. Bob Beli, Mr. and Mrs. P. Pascal ©'M! bs S} hss 4 } 3 qT ant is cautious you fina
and Mr, and Mrs, C. Goddard Mr. Cliff { 3a / urriving on the “Lady Nel- m : e earned | cs putt as atl
° Star pla on” and here until she return: 1. !
Freedom of ‘‘Highland os a e met Lan e Mr. Hartley R. Knowles, 01] my. GA
Laddie”’ He arrived last Wed- Imperial Oil, who lives in Toron-} - 0" ;
n ; to. He was accompanied by his a : '
y ar ricketer : wife y p > ot ar I : 3
HE West Indian cricketers wife. Many people in Toront | ner ability i A COLUMBIA
have been given the “fre¢ K who were here for the winter ah
dom” of a public house in Roch- a € have told them what a wonderfu - TECHNICOLOR
dale, Lancashire. Proprietor ) lace Barbados is They ar¢ ‘. . (4) PRODUCTION
Ellis Achong of Trinidad who : : taying at the Crane Hotel. ;~ five. (9)
toured England with the 1933 M . uestion “Bown ee
West Indies team and, incidental- art ‘ From U.S. Visit » ce Scena 4 ‘
ly, became the first Chinaman We + het eee: EMPIRE
ever to play in international r f the RS. HILDA COLETTE,
cricket. Soon after the prese¢ y ote has been in the United , . 7 7
tourists arrived in London he for the Gi ! ( h visiting her sister for} Reval, FRIDAY
came down from Rochdale, to they used t I rt bou six month arrived
meet them and he extended to other peri ! Creq Sunday by the “Lady Nelson.” She —
the party an invitation to vi > Mi be holidaying in Barbad IN THE FLESH ON STAGE —
him at the “Highland Laddi piayed intil the “Nelson’s next triy | —— s
whenever they are in Lancashi ent South, and is staying with Mr c & C yp Joe
: I Mrs. A. W. Smith in Worthing. | ) aa ROYAL Worthings oco-1e a so
tat ber MICK € Mrs. Colette is the wife of the] What ar i. Aare . ONLY HOLLYWOOD'S DANCING TEAM
SE. L. MC, CORMICK | lakh dic “Marne Oadatte, Diveckos ‘ é 1e Roe lt; 2) Direct from New York (in transit)
arrived from Trinidad yé : f Wieting and Richter in. Britist Bul é y ese AT T
terday by B.W.1.A., and will Le ? fees at : itt er oe Saiekt eevee . UY POLED VARD f HE
here forone week. She is here t t : E es or ma: as ao | a.jeeg 2 UBeTTY uenMnjos Joan BENNETT ~
leave her son who accompanied Oe wee tt ere after her Barbados holiday THE SON OF MONTE CRISTO |
her ovér, at the Lodge School. ‘te th , *f cil a” . } with ’
Her husband is tie 1) as We instrume Grenadian Loves Barbados | GEORG ANDERS sl sid
Indian- Tebacco C n Trinidad, "4s the 1 i JEANWS URERTRAND| Sword Slash Adventure. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26TH, AT 8.30 P.M! ”
ace acco C©oO., In ni avy eS SS i BERTRANI | mh
She is a guest at t Ocean Vie M" f the Royal Bank of Car ‘ » , be
Hotel 0 Wass fener os EMPIRE ‘
he he L T 1 Grenada who was |
f t e
Glad to be Home sles: i na “ae a ne are | LAST TWO SHOWS TO-DAY
R. DENIS ATKINSON at ae eta Bie wee! atacine at Gael eee ee
M ed irom Trinidad yé oft ; R "1 ; 7 United Artistg Presé
by B.W.LA. He is joini t Car tha ‘ } HOME OF THE BRAVE
local branch of the Barb ful holiday n e
Mutuz » Assurance an em eo : niet " Starring Douglas DICK—Frank
a ul Sao M “ ance und seer Chief, Problem love to live here | LOVEJOY James EDWARDS
Y glad to be home once mo | Steve BRODIE—Jeff COREY
Denis & well known in cricket: RPh. Re lanl McAul if a Been In W.I. Since January ae arte
circles Having represented U ( } y treal =| ;
West Indies in India and Bart ' sot” Nal RS. R. MacCarthy O’Lear } ROXY
dos and Trinidad in Intercoloni who has been in the we
Cricket tournament He ji } H In nee early January LAST TWO SHOWS TO-DAY
er on Wat r Polo an yé lay for Trinidad ft | nd 8.15 p.m
cot a 4% sport W.1LA. en route to Englan | th C
} He was met at the a t Unit State She wa | lipeeeRa pine i vicg Spssaa re
iis parents Mr M: n I Mi I. Westor | FIGHTING MAN OF THE PLAINS 0
Atkinson of L’Es sere. Ma J. Field - a. } P 0
c 1T & SCOTT Bill
After Short Holiday ai ne a o | WILLIAMS—Victor JORY
M* and. Mrs. Charlie Tay In Trinidad for Easter MVE 168. BArD | Jane NIGH
were met at Seawell yester S “1 . "Sh > ve tu vis ady | |
day by their children and M m . V o ak Py . ? } f ?
A. E. Taylor. They have » Va eee CRYPTCQUOTE—Here's how to work it: OLYMPIC
returned from a short holiday . . XYDLBAAXR |
in Trinidad Mr. Taylor a « Spent Winter Here is L ONGFELLO Ww oe a is ere
who was to have rrived rie , ‘ . ia aye at oi ‘ | ee ae Se
naa: maakt Acne? Cink Se cecvtertd . - ak te Coe, wh« One kk i " y : it for another. In this example A is used } 20th Century Fox Double
for another cx . P 5 7 " ys a e been SJarbados since for the thre { vo O's, ete. Single letters, apos- j te
r another couple of week Off to ingland October, 1949, spending the winter trophies, the length and formation of the words are all hints. anaisanbbesinsizeniaiee as ;
Returned a Trinidad R’ N ( it ‘Old Trees,’ St. James left for Each day the code lett ro different, | iene CONTE )
R. G. O'Reilly. KC Trinidad yesterday on their re- | CALL NORTHSIDE 777
. “je , , Bart I turr the United States. They A Cryplogram Quotation i
; t AW eturne to I will be returning to Barbados MIRA iis ;
Trinidad yesterday by B,W.LA ere : off oa Barbad UAF BODBMO TAEMM JO SF BOD. | ee a ee eee |
ieee —— —| MO, EL 1 , $F XDZ—YRU Coco TE CALYPSO JOE
THE WA
: Cryptoq ( UNT THEM THAT ARE
BY W A Y By Beachcomber AH
HIS letter speaks for itse ; |
“ig —"S yo = seeks, It Whither, Papua? relieved that Ashura said “We}
. ‘ 1e niwide » . ' ve ” se ¢
ieiek” Comedies has pee of TS \merican tustrial chem- give een — LAST TWO SHOWS TO-DAY 5 and 8.30 p |
st, Ltd. ; is iol naien disteedeed & drude ce a hat charity SHINE ON HARVEST MOON
“Dear Sir ; Ath it will x rote a carte fe nail ked the girl. “Hus,” said and :
ae ars ir,—We have received anough to go into 7 on a's Ashura, “Plenty kisses of blon| UNDERGROUND 1
. - complaints from racing shably : i ene : ymshies holp to keep hup hour}
motorists about an advertisement’. .; sata Taal etek eek orals. ho, yes”. “We pleeze lik WED: 2: MCI D
- = faptesed in your issue o 1% Pay ; th ‘t your toliphoon nomber. We giv anes ‘aati i
; : , claiming that every Wis consider ; . u_ termendious suppa_ witt ERR TURD ASS . GVAneee
racing motorist uses Snibbo, andl ie € Bh “a. Sshrompine,” said Ashura. Thi ' focepeey Alte ‘The Warner Picture
owns Several leading figures{@ ,,, Sans 7 “3 W i they girl laughed. “What would you i1ER KIND OF MAN
7 aying that they attributed out «4 ‘ ai §HCY wives say?” she asked, Kuzbulal DIAL__ 8404 FOR RESERVATION
their success to this prc In asics rae lied co > i. :
product. ¢ eplied The Persian proffert
inquiry we found that most of Art and Life iyeth, a wife out of sight his but {SSS - ~ SS
gg _ never heard of Snib- NHE sug t their see- the buz of a gnat hin sumeron AOL
», and those who have do not aw sl { be surrounded 1 helse’s eet ¥ i TA’ ‘¢ J N \
know whether it is used for mig nassed beauties | made iy | We ms I . ® ATIC ¢ LUD CINEMA (Members Only)
ears or for the drivers It hast Silthistan Tri ve nervy vu upon ¢ one Lounter-weapon TORIGHA: “AE 390
since come to our notice thatfguast week, while perf wie en ik : Strabismus (Whee God “THE TIME, THE PLACE AND THE GIRL”
pteoe ' laims are made for this@big hotel, they noticed a pretty vont Te She oe Ulee wl a in Technicolor
product, with reference to their! ap) idae Masta wate. nted a gigantic electric va- St ng DENNIS MORGAN : JA ee ae
polishing of teeth and of floors,j ed: “N yn bomshles ermitted $044 A dozen of these attached })\) PUP ee tron rine ee CK CARSON : JANIS PAIGE
the acquisition of mental poiseJB'o plonk!” Ashu uaa: Scene high-flying planes could suck }))) A Warner Bros, Picture
the feeding of dogs and the main-Mpyers is death t i os Up a reasonably large sea, and} vam arenas .
tenance of lighthouse equip-Mghan ted: “No hi Alte caidieh leave all ships stranded. Profes-]'{{ WEDNESDAY AT 5.00 AND 8.30 P.M.
a “2 a bound to protestof glamm«¢ ted, h yee!” ae Nps kr ——, a Resa \ THURSDAY NIGHT AT 8,30 W h
ainst this form of advertising,wThe girl onl ted thei irger vacuums attached to ships. ji} IDA LUPINO - PA TRE ve hav 1 i .
which can only delude th "| : a tha, Sausena a auto- These would suck back the sea, barks gh tgaN py q UL HENREID * e pleasure in announcing that we
a e public.”({ggraphs, and the Pers were SO and refloat the ships. OLIVIA DE HAVILLAND -:- SYDNEY GREENSTREET g
in “DEVOTION” have r i
ecently been appointed agents for the

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On the left—

TILLIBAY, M.P. (the man who makes the Gost of the Welfare ¢:>t¢)



LONDON.

Big Business |
in FE 0 Homes |

iin 2

war” broke out today



fitish nobility who hava
houses open to pay-

solid front in

our of charging 35 cents per
— programmes and fuide

fice extra — was broken by
who

Duke of Richmond,

d Goodwood house, Good-

ki at 28 cents a head.
n a baronet,
Sley-Boevey, brought

of admission future at

An Abbey, Newnham to 21

es

lish countryside there we

signs out inviting anyon
the price to come in an
around for a mere 14 cents.

opening of couniry homes
ngland has now become big
ess. At least 55 country
8 have replaced carved gates
| turnstiles. A few offer re-

nents.

Duke of Richmond even
ina firm of publicity ex-
and now advertisements are
ed around the area.
it still costs 35 cents to see
of the yeally big, famous

homes.

include:

Hall, owned by the

Mariborough’s

Duke of Devonshire's

ungbrooke, owned by. Vis-
t Hinchingbooke, and once
‘Property of Oliyer Cromwell.
, , —EN.S.



jLaunch Yellow
fever Campaign

KINGSTON.

anti-yellow fever campaign
n launched in Jamaica, to
the possibility? of an out-

Rot yellow fever in the island.
uniformed squad of

ets commences an island-

) Suvey and eradication of
_ Virus-carrying mosquito,
with Kingston.

lal Government grant has
‘Made to set up this newest
of the medical service, and
@ every dwelling

ind will be visited and
a DDT preparation.

rt of the international P
to eradicate the Weetuito
urban yellow fever,
a's effort has been linked
me campaign headquarters
“American , by the

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service in e
A of an officer from the
bs is Dr. P. F. de Caires
_arived in Jamaica in

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Caribbean, He has

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chain down to
French and

all the islands of
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mainland,

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Aid For
U.K. Films

NDON.

The _ British Government's
decision in 1948 to venture into
the film industry as the best way
to produce “financial stability” in
the business is likely to cost the
English taxpayer at least $2,100,-
000 the first year.

That sum has been set aside by
the State’s Film Finance Corpora-
tion, the organization established



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On the right«

MRS. BUTTLETON-WOOLGATHER, M.P. for Branksome §

“What! Have the workers NO patriotism?
@t a time like this they must do WITHOUT inessential luxurics ?’



BARBADOS ADVOCATE





| Sold Pig: Refused |
To Pay Up

f His Honour Mr. §S.|








Se ee cam ence

PAGE 'THREE

TORIES WILL VOTE

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,in the national interest.”
go | Mr. Churchill asserted

that he





H. Nurse, Petty Debt Judge of the other having the power to lo | did not believe in coalitions that
a Distri E ie: eerie Si konenil anything to grapple effectively on} were formed only as the result
to tance Denny for £2 with} 2S merits with the nationallof party bargainings. He cons
6: the suit of Denny vs needs |cluded: “it is with deep anxiety
Wi was rescinded by the Stas . ; {into which my personal feelings
| Judges of the Assistant Court of If we go on year after year qo not enter at all, that I try to
1 Appeal yesterday. They awarded absorbed in our internal party | read the mysteries of our imme:
| Denny 14s 7a. with costs instead: and class fight, there may never} diate future. i
} Denny, a resident of Road View. i another chance for the life nal “How deep we shall have to
| St Peter, brotignt an action oe of Britain to show tself) descend the dark stairway. that
agains scar ’ ain. iat ee . ta
Fane distehets claleiinae & branes: Timelines: of tins. see must | Hes before us no one can tell.

ages for breach of contract.

| The nature of the claim was
that Whitney, during the month
of August, 1949, agreed with
Denny that she (Denny) could
rear a pig for one half of the
selling price, when sold or other-
wise dispesed of. Denny reared
the pig under these terms. On
February 16 this year Whitney
took away the pig and disposed
of it without compensating Den-

vy and had since refused to do
| Mr. D. H. L. Ward appeared
on behalf of Oscar Whitney.

Both Constance Denny and her

daughter, Ruth, told the
how Whitney brought the
August 1949. On February
returned and walked away
he pig

Constance Denny further said
that the pig was healthy. She fed
t three times a day. Two weeks
| before Whitney came for it, she
|} had refused to sell it for $19
In defence Whitney told
Court that his name was
| Whitney but Briggs. In August
1949 he bought a pig for $5 and
carried to a place at Leamington
where he fed it. He later asked

Court
pig in
16 he

with



the
not

Can’t they see thar







London Sxpress } Denny to keep the pig for him
; ‘ 2 ; " He asked her what she would
=CUMMINGS’ POLITICAL ARENA chute for ‘eeping the pig bu
' replied that there woul¢ €
“~! no need for payment as they
| ‘ friends
No Independent | P le’ | diamond? Mut Be | St Ss; os cee Poe.
P . t | eop. e€ Ss | ‘PP é ary, but later sent and told Den-
In Commons | P. ‘li ent On Point Of Law that it) d velehed 50 pounds
By ALAN HARVEY Sarah Johnson of St. Luc) te
LONDON 5 appealed to the Court of Erroi
Wanted: one honest-to-goadness, By LOUS } EGR against two decisions of the} Remanded
independent politician, Apply.: SYDNEY, Australia. |Judges of the Assistant Court « ss a mds ‘
uses of Parliament, London. Radic is changing the tradi-|}Appeal, but found when she V ER¢ INA c RAWFORD of Pow-
No such advertisement decorates tional character of the Australian appeared before the Court der Road, St. Michael was re-
the walls of Westminster, but it Parliament Error yesterday morning, tha manded until April 26 after she
Those who admire the Members no longer. address her appeal could be based on!y| was charged before His Worship
House of Commons as a model thelr s eeches to fellow members, |°" 2 point of law. There wa ir .D. D Morris W ith malic iously
democratic institution are worried but th to a radio dudignde. and therefore the Court had n¢ ouncing: Gwen Ifill on her left
by the exclusion of independent The change began in 1946 when }JUrisdiction to deal with the} arm with a bottle
romans from the new Parlia- Partigment” by legislagen tat meer * a) | pleaded guilty ig ee
ment. a . s Sie a arah Johnsen 1d beens Ossence “wen ifil said on Apri
Viscount Cecil of Chelwood told | structed the government-appoint- brought before Police Magistrat 4.3( he was sitting

by President of the Board of
Trade Harold Wilson to operate
the Government’s film venture, to
cover an estimated loss on its first
year’s work,

The corporation’s annual report,
just published, says:

“It was realized by all con-
cerned that the’ financial risks
were considerable and losses in-~
evitable. The $2,100,000 provided
may be too large or too small.”

James Lawrie, 43-year-old
managing director of the corpora-
tion explained: “We cannot say
exactly why some films lose.
Obviously some of the pictures
cost more than they get back
from thé box-office.”

Loans

The corporation has power to
lend British film producers up to
$14,000,000, Any money loaned
has to ‘be repaid from the film's
earnings.

Already the corporation, accord-
ing to its report, has approved
loans of $12,558,070 for 63 films.
So far only $135,338 has been
repaid.

Of the loans $8,400,000 went to
the British Lion Company which
distributes films directed by Her-
hert Wilcox and Sir Alexander
Korda.

The company was advanced the
money as “a matter of urgency.”
And both the British Treasury
and Harold Wilson supported the
loan.

It still has $700,000 to draw and
the company will make no repay-
ments during the next 12 months.
Government money went into 20
British Lion films including “The
Third Man” produced by Carol
Reed and_ starring the Italian
actress Valli: “Maytime in May-

fair,” directed by Wilcox; ae
Cure For Love,” ang “The Happi-
est Days of Your Life.” ae



Smartness Brings
Death To Alfred

LONDON.

Asked a voice an the telephone:
“Can you preserve Alfred?” —

Said a spokesman for a Pic-
eadilly firm of ecoereee dis-

ing the call later:

oie talked as if + sone hove
no doubt to whom he was re-
ferring. L even thought it might
be a local celebrity by the con-
fidential way he kept referring
to Al a“

The celebrity, it turned out,
was a gorilla from a Bristol 200,
where the name Alfred meant
only one thing. :

The taxidermists weren't tog
keen at first. They had six years
work on hand, including the job
of stuffing more than 100 wild
beasts such as oe giraffes
and the occasignal rhinoceros.

“But because of Alfred's local
significance we decided to do 4
Tush job, and today he is back in
Bristol, looking yery life-like,”
said the spokesman for the Pic-
cadilly firm, which has been in
business 150 years.

Authorities decided that Alfred
died because he was too intell-
igent.

“Yes, intelligent,” said the
spokesman. ‘He learned to con-
nect the sound of planes with
falling bombs. One day, when a
plane flew low over his cage, he
was so scared that he had a heart
attack and died.”

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the House of Lords after the rout
of independents in the Feb. 23
general election :

“This fact is remarkable: for
the first time in history, so far as
I can remember, there will not be
a single independent member in
the House.”

‘There would be a handful of
Liberals, Lord Ceeil conceded, and
a few of other hues, but for the
most part parliamentary life
would be dominated by the two
great party machines. Missing and
almost unmourned were the indi-
vidualists who followed no “line”
and told their constituents:

Cabinet Power

“Here Iam. I am prepared, in
general, to support such and such
views, but you must rely upon me
to vote as I think right on any
serious and important question.”

Lord Cecil, a Conservative, link-
ed the decline of the independents
with the enormous owth of
cabinet power during the last 50
yéars. Members no longer were
elected to represent the people but
“to vote a prime minister into
office and through him, a cabinet
inte power.”

Independents had been defeated
at the polls, he said in effect, be-
cause they refused to become
pawns of a party system so well
developed by Labour and Con-
Servatives.

Among the independents who
sat in the last House—13 ran again
unsuccessfully and some did not
stand—are numbered several dis-
tinctive rsonalities, including
Sir Alan Herbert, playwright, and
Sir Arthur Salter, once Chancellor
of the Duchy of Lancaster and an
authority on economic affairs.

Similarly exile« are three well-
known journalists, W. J. Brown,
Wilson Harris and Vernon Bart-
lett. The liberal Manchester Guar-
dian found it hard to believe that
Harris might not be seen again in
the House, “shooting up like a
spring released, straight as a
ramrod, to put his supplement-
aries, now caustic, now illumin-
ating.”

Bartlett who did not stand for
re-election, supplied his own par-
liamentary requiem. In a BBC
broadcast, he reviewed his 11
years as a member, said he is sorry
not to be going back, but conclud-
ed that for all that he led “a dif-
ficult and lonely” life as an inde-
pendent.



Chamber of Commerce

Now Limited Company

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)
KINGSTON:.

The Jamaica Chamber has now
been incorporated as a limited
liability company.

The Council of the Chamber
new becomes a Board of Direc-
a ong the President, the Hon.
R. W. Youngman, M.LC., will
be known as Chairman of the
Company.



20/- IN 14 DAYS

JOSEPHINE KELLMAN of St.
Joseph was found gitilty yes-
ier coelliiing Selina

on February 6.

Mr. 4. J. HH. Hanschell,

\ before whom the cause was heard



ordere.i her to pay a fine of 20/-
in 14 days, or in default undergo
ene month’s imprisonment with
hard la




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I was

ed Australian Broadcasting Cor-
poration to air the proceedings of
either the House of Representa-
tives or Senate every day parlia-
ment was sitting.

Members quickly came to re-
gard the broadcasts as a valuable
means of spreading party doc-
trine. The question period in
particular became popular with
them and members of both sides
used it to criticize what they
termed government by regulation
and the civil service.

The present Liberal-Country
Party coalition government which
in Opposition when broad-
casting of sessions was _ intre-
duced, used to complain bitterly.
that Parliament had become a
mere cipher. Since the new gov-
ernment has been in power,
however, there has been no in-
dication that it will curtail or
abolish the broadcasts.

riend’s house

Mr. S. H
Mortimer

Nurse of Dist. “E at Station Hill,

. She heard a woman
charges of F “murder” and ran out
his land and premises o1 house to see Crawford hold-

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mepte
ber 16, and having unlawfully anc| 2â„¢8 a broken bottle in her hand



Johnso\, o
having

eparat
trespas

maliciously damage approached her to take the
board of his, valued at 8s. 4d » from her and Crawford cut
the same on her left arm with She
On the District “A" and while
fined 10s. and 3s. costs, naking eport became uncon-
the other 138s. 4d. and 3s. cpst ciou
8s. 4d. going to the complai 1; vale
and 5s. to the Crow:

appealed.
Phe Judges of the Court

Appeal, their Honours Mr. G. I ian is
Taylor and Mr. J. W. B. Chenery if of the Crown
confirmed these decisions, an
Sarah appealed at the Bar,

When the case came up f{ 12/6 IN 14 DAYS
hearing in the Court of Error
yesterday morning, Mortimer was
representid by Mr. W. W. Reece
K. C., Solicitor General, whilk
Sarah appeared on her own be-
half.



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14 days’ imprisonment by
hip Mr. D. D. Morris yes-

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Broadcasting

Broadcasting begins when the
House meets—usually 2.30 p.m.,
but once each week at 10.30 a.m.
It ends at 11.30 p.m., or when the
House adjourns, whichever
earlier,

The 8 p.m., call is regarded ag
the best listening period and
therefore is most popular with
members. The party whips ar-
range this cal] in an attempt to
preserve an equitable balance

Parliament appoints an all-
party standing committee which

Ss lound guilty of throwing
Chapel Street,

jure

Point of Law
The Chief. Judge, Sir
Ccltymore, who presided,
that an appeal of the
only be on a point of law
Was none, and therefore the A}
pellant-defendant had no right t
bring the case to that court. The
court had no jurisdictior
In his judgment he said
purports to be an appeal by Sarah
Johnson from a decision of the
Assistant Court of Appeal, con-
firming the decisions of a Police
Magistrate in two cases heard by

an
anyol

sort could
3 committed on

is

AAS

(tie es Cl
re aT

Thi

decides whether the upper or him, and in sg me spandent
lower House will be broadcast a eee and the Appel- J
Hy yy ; ne a ae The Police Magistrate impos
that ci eatiinge "'y €s ‘oO alt) fine in one case, and a fine to-
proceedings in the House | gether with compensation for ma
debating the subject of most

licious damage in the othe:

His decisfons were confirmed by
the Assistant Court of Appeal ane
from that court an appeal would
only lie to this court on a point
of law.

In the circumstances I shall only
say that it is only an appeal at the

public interest, but the House ot
Representatives gets about three
times as much radio time as the
Senate,

There is no accurate means of
determining the strength of the
listening audience a guess base

ST

on these estimates places Par-| Bar by the Appellant and no
liament's listening audience at| 8tounds of appeal has been filed
something in excess of 100,000,}, The Judges’ reasons are as fol-
for routine speeches, although | !6ws:— -

“In these cases the evidence of
the Complainant which we accept-
ed went to show that the land in
question had een already the
subjeqt of adjudication by “|
Court in the exercise of its Orig-
inal Jurisdiction ,and that the title
of the Complainant had been per-
fected.

“In the circumstances ob-
stinacy of the Defendant in
flouting the result could not pro-

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there would be a larger audience
for important talks.

An example of how speakers
have the radio audience in mind
occurred recently when Rowley
James, colourful Labour member
for Hunter constituency, was
having difficulty with an ill-fit-
ting denture during a speech.

Suddenly he turned to
microphone and bellowed:

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Earlier, in an anaylsis, of, the
budget, Mr. Churchill had. con-
plained that Government spend=
ing of £9,000,000,000 in five years
had mortgaged Britain’s future,

And during this “period of ex-
travagance,” Britain had enjoy-
ed “upwards of £1,700,000,000. of
financial aid from the ~- United
States and our dominions.”

reach firm ground again and have
a Government that is not afraid
or unable to do things if they are

1,000 Doekers
Join Strike

LONDON, Apr A 24.





London's unofficial five day .
dock strike spread further to-day,
When 1,000 dockers decided to b

join the 8,000 already out. Troops
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BARBADOS wit ADVOGATE
fivceee Ss SS fissset

eunliahed by Th. Advocate Co. 114, 34 Broad Si, Bridgstowr



Tuesday, April 25, 1950



New Session

TODAY His Excellency the Governor
opens a new session of the Legislature, and
the people of Barbados look forward with
eager anticipation to the Legislative pro-
gramme which His Excellency will outline.
Barbados, like the rest of the world, lives
in an atmosphere of perpetual crisis. The
ceuses of that crisis may not be the same
the world over but the baleful effects are
felt, in varying degrees everywherg.

In Barbados the problem that confronts
the Government is mainly economic. To
the economic problems are added social
problems of great complexity and ancient
origin. If, however, the economic dilemma
can be resolved the social problems can
be tackled with greater chances of success.
Tf the economic difficulties should prove to
be insoluble then the efforts at social im-
provement will be doomed to failure.

It is therefore to be hoped that economics
will be the keynote of His Excellency’s
speech. Events in recent months will have
added to the anxieties of those responsible
for the island’s finances. Overshadowing all
else will be the uncertain future of sugar
and the obstinate attitude adopted by the
British Government. Will His Excellency
offer any alternative? Will steps now be
taken to seek a market for West Indian
sugar in Canada?

Many Barbadians are also anxiously
awaiting news on the prospects of work in
other countries later in the year. The ques-
tion of emigration can never be overworked
—it.is too closely bound up with the island’s
economic position. lf large numbers of un-
employed are present in a country, that
country’s economic position cannot be de-
scribed as healthy.

An investigation of these matters and the
Fiscal Survey being carried out by Develop-
ment and Welfare are prerequisites of any
planned work on Capital projects. It is to
be hoped that the Government will soon be
in possession of the findings of the Fiscal
Survey so the Government's inten-
tions in respect of the Deep Water Harbour
and the East Coast Road will be known in

the

that
tild

near iuture
in political matters too, the coming ses-
sion should provoke considerable interest.
The future of Local Government in Barba-
dos should be made known, and intentions
in respect of the Maude Report should be

made public.



[he general public await with interest the
debate on the Report of the Standing Closer ~
Association Committee. The decision taken

on this will be the most far-reaching poli-
tical decision that will have come before the
Legislature for many a long year and the
publie expect the decision to reflect the
careful consideration which members will
have devoted to this important matter.

The matters referred to above are of vital
mportance to the future of this island and
to all elasses of society. The great problems
that confront the island and the great de-
cisions on the island's future are not fit sub-
jects for the play of party polities. Party
polities is not an unalloyed benefit to any
country. In the big countries a compromise
has been effected in that those matters,
such as Foreign Affairs, which go to the
root of a country’s existence is taken out-
side the scope of party strife, In adopting
party politics Barbados must adopt all that
is best in the system and in so doing deal
in a non-party spirit with those matters
which will ensure a’sound economy and the
attainment of a greater West Indian polity.



* Vague Suggestion”

SIR STAFFORD CRIPPS, Chancellor of the Ex-
chequer, tonight rejected what he called a “vague
suggestion” by Mr. Winston Churchill of a Coali-
tion Government.

Winding up a week-long debate on his budget
proposals in the House of Commons, The Chan-
cellor said: “This could only work if everyone
abandoned their policy in favour of the policy of
Mr. Churchill.”

Mr. Churchill laughingly “That
would be much the best.”

Sir Stafford Cripps added, amid Government
cheers, “Whatever the Liberal Party may think
about it, we are not having any on that basis.”

OUR READERS SAY:

interrupted:



ee CL CC CTC LLL et entities cit nt,

pi rE



IT is only a short while since
the last increase in the amount of
our Old Age Pension was given—
to 5/- per week from 3/-. This
came into operation in July of last
year. am or
changes recommended by Mr.
L, A. Chase, Social Welfare Offi-
cer, as the result of his survey of
the working of the scheme, three
years ago, have not been approved,
or not implemented. There are
however, already, points about
the scheme which have been ad-
vanced from other quarters, or
which deserve to be put forward,
and I, as one partly nsible
for the initiation of this great
step in social welfare, and inti-
mately connected with it during
the first ten years of its opera-
tions, beg leave to say
about those projects.

We in Barbados were first in
the Colonial Empire, as distinct
from the Dominions, to provide
the boon—Trinidad and British
Guiana followed our lead, the
former sending up qn
delegate to study our scheme a
year after its initiation—and we
ought to be keen to make it as
complete and adequate as may be
in our power, s
Reduction of The Qualifying

Age

In the House of Assembly last
month, when the Budget was
being dealt with, Mr. E. D. Mott-
ley, senior member for Bridge-
town City, put forward again the
idea of reducing the age for claim-
ing the pension to 65 years. from
68, the present figure, and he re-
ceived considerable support, while
there was no vdice raised in direct
opposition, whatever may have
been the thoughts of those who
remained silent on the point.

Mr. Mottley spoke very strong-
ly in support of his proposal, and
arg with much reason and
force, that since Civil Servants
now retire compulsorily 60
years and may do so at 55—with
pretty generous pension rights,
how much more should the
manual worker, whose calling in-
volves such strenuous physical
labour, be allowed to claim his
pension at 65, still five years later
than the Government Official.

Now no one, I think, will con-
sider me lacking in sympathy with
the ageing agricultural worker, or
other hard-working person, but I
am bound to say that there are at
least four pretty strong points
against the reduction
Applicants want to Continue

Working

(1) The argument from the
conditions provided for the Civil
Servants does not impress me very
much. I think, in fact, it might
more fittingly be turned round and
applied the other way Personal-
ly, right or wrong, I am of opinion

at
ay

A PROOF page
printers yesterday

the
the

went to
restoring

been
mis-

had
was

For four years she
excluded because she
takenly reported dead,

Although it is almost impossible
nowadays for a bogus title to spoof
the Clerk of the Crown (wh
looks after peers), the Registrar
of Baronetcies, or the Garter
King of Arms (the final opinion #n
all honours), none of these offi-
cials is obliged to compile a com~-
plete record of what happens to
titles once they are granted,

The editors of reference books
are the only men who endeavour
to keep in touch with Britain's
titled people and their kin—50,000
all told.

A few years ago came a protest
to one of these editors: “Your
jbook is ridiculous. You still list
the Hon. Katherine Plunket,
daughter of Lord Plunket, yet ac-
cording to the date given for her
birth she would now be 110 years

old.” ‘

The editor wired Bally-
mascanlan House, County Louth,
Eire The Hon. Katherine

Plunket was still alive there. She
died the following year, aged 111.

All trace was lost for many
years of Sir Thomas Alexander
Johnston, the eleventh baronet.
After exhaustive inquiries he was
about to be deleted from Debrett
as dead.

Then a grandson wrote to say
Sir Thomas is a retired harbour
pilot living at Mobile, Alabama.
He will be 93 this year. :

For 20 years Sir William Hay
appeared on the official roll at the
Home Office as the eighth baronet,
with no known address,

Then two years ago, when he
would have been 80, it was found
he had died in Australia in 1927
—a house-painter.

Now Sir

Frederick has been officially







BARBADOS ADVOCATE

PENSIONS FOR ALL | ‘iow Avinal Healers”

By Rev. F. Gedseon. M.B.E.

that the island has made a serious
mistake in fixing the ages for re-
tirement at such low fgures.
normal man at 60 is not used up
or worn out but pretty well in his
prime for positions requiring full
development and experience.
Neither does he want to sit down
and idle,-as is shown by the fact
that some of our retired senior
officials Lave taken up positions
in the business firms of the island,
while others, I believe, have de-
cided to make use of the option
to remain under the old Act and
retain their posts and salaries
until they reach 65.

Of course there should be con-
venient and genergus provision
for retirement, as might be neces-
sary, in case of illness, or on other
serious grounds, if such there be.

(2) The island is required by
the new provisions to pay pen-
sions prematurely, together with
salaries for the new appointees.
There have sometimes been two
or three retired men from the
same head position at one iime,
and salary to be provided for their
successor. The total amount of
pensions at present being paid in
this section of Government ex-
penditure is around £50,000 a
year, a substantial sum which
should not be lightly and préma-
turely and unnecessarily added
to.

(3) The same circumstances of
ability and preference to continue
working exist also with the manual
worker, the domestic, the store
clerk, the shop assistant, etc. In
many cases they are by no means
used up or worn out, even at 65,
and they do not plan to stop work-
ing. Moreover, they need some-
thing more than the Old Age
Pension to enable them to live at
all. How can they sit down on
5/- a week?

In the Pension Claims Commit-
tee in St. Michael we had evi-
dence enough of this when I was
Chairman and _ trouble with it,
and the Public Treasury has
been imposed upon in a number

of cases. It worked like this. An
applicant for pension presents
himself, or herself, having the

necessary age, but not appearing
really old or worn out. When
questioned he, or she, complains
of being a little unwell and out
of a job, and having no means—
except perhaps a little shelter,
more or less in bad repair. The
Committee is obliged to give the

pension, after investigation. But
the applicant admits that he, or
she, will probably go back to

work, They cannot afford to sit
down and idle on 5/- a week, as
I have remarked already, and
with perhaps 2/- to pay for room
ent

(It must be realised—and this
is of high importance—that there

When Titles Get Into The
Lost Property Office _

| tradition must take a full-time course of |

By Sidney Rodin

wife are taking deportment lessons
before coming to Britain next
month.

A — of that amount is net
tied to the pension, or, it less. | is so badly, is being ecail 0

is a “Means Test” of 7/-, So any |
person working for 2 week-y)
enti- }
only a part of it. This is a ¢rip-
pling disability with which
retired Government Official does)
not have to contend, and ‘t)
ought to be.at least modified} . i
Tie applicants are then charg-/
ed that if they go back to work
they must return and inform the
Committee. It may be ima
how often that charge is obeyed!
(4) Next, there is the import-

year’s
Pensions is $459,200,
figure, and the question at once
arises ——-a very serious one--
whether the island can bear the
substantial addition that would b=
involved by reducing the age to
65, without arranging for a con-
tributory sw scheme.
For it must be remembered
that the proportion of ageing peo-
ple between 65 and 68 years is 2
good deal higher than further up
in the scale, and to open the door
at 65 would mean a substantial
increase in the number of pen-
sioners, and partly from amongst
those still normally able to help
themselves, with expenditure net
calculable in advance. The detailed
figures gathered in the Census of
1946 have not yet been published,
but according to figures worked
out by us in connection with the
same age reduction proposal
when the pension was about 0
be increas2d to 3/- there would
probably be an influx of around
2,000. The total of pensioners at
3lst December last was 7,251.
Yet we must prepare to extend
and improve the scheme very
soon. Humane feelings and jus-
tice demand this, not to speak of
the improvement of living condi-
tions of which international voices
loudly and continually remind us
is the main defence against the

spread of Communistic propa-
ganda.
(5) Further, ageing and dis-

abled people below 68 years who
cannot earn a decent living are
not left without assistance. |

The Parish Vestries are respon-|
sible to care for them, under the
wise and even generous Poor
Relief Act of 1892. Let that be}
administered with somewhat}
more sympathy than has some- |
times been the case and the situ-'
ation would be fairly well cover-|
ed and since over 7,000 people
for whom the parishes would}
have been responsible have been}
taken over by the Island Treasury
they may well be expected 1to|
help adequately those that re-
main. \



Thomond until ‘he is able to set up|

name of 78-year-old Dowager : his own Customs,
Laay Auckland to the next issue of Tecognised as the successor to this police, and army.
Debrett’s Peerage. 250-year-old honour. He and his Mr. MacLysaght, the Chief |

Herald of Ireland, is investigating. ;
Although 33 baronetcies are
officially listed as unclaimed, the



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set up in the last ten years where the ail-
ments of horses, dogs, poultry and livestock
are studied by veterinary surgeons who have,
themselves been trained for their work in|
the United Kingdom.

KNOWLEDGE OF FARMING ESSENTAAL

At the colleges where these “vets” (as
they are commonly called) are trained, -_
may find students, not only from the United |
Kingdom, but also from overseas and. Com-
monwealth countries.

Many of the students are the children of
farmers, and a knowledge of farming, and an
interest in it—particularly in dairy farming
and livestock breeding — are considered es-
sential to the young student, as well as a real
understanding, if not love, of animals.

Britain has built up a reputation for breed-
ing good farm animals, and many overseas
buyers from countries as far apart as Argen-
tina and Russia have bought some of Britain’s
champion bulls and other farm animals to use
for breeding purposes in their own countries.

It is on such experience gained at home, as|

well as on the results of many years’ pioneer

4 : " 5 s om
work with farrn animals in overseas terri-|
tories, that a sound school of veterinary |

science has been built up in Britain.
The students who hope to carry on that

In Britain, for instance, 2}





training which lasts for five years. The

to train for a veterinary surgeon as for a

doctor. Then at the end of the five years, if/

the student has passed his final examination,

For a long time there was no reason is not always that the heirs! he becomes a member of the Royal College

news of Sir Arthur Henry
fifth baronet.
His

Lees,

nephew Charles called at

cannot be located.

An undertaker named Robert |
William Stirling, of Indianapolis, |

of Veterinary Surgeons and can put the let-
ters M.R.C.V.S. after his name and practise

Debrett’s during the war to say: U.S.A., is anxious to enrol himself | as a qualified animal doctor, not only in the

“I think my uncle the baronet
must be dead. I alsv believe that
my father, who would have suc-
ce.ded him, is dead. Don’t, you
think I am the new baronet?”

It was discovered a few months
ago that Sir Arthur had died in
Mare.. 1949 at the age of 80.

Later the nephew’s father was
found residing at Camberley,
Surrey, unknown to most of the
family

â„¢. will appear in the next
Debrett as the sixth baronet—Sir
Jean Marie Ivor Lees, aged 75.

Somewhere there may be a man
who is the Earl of Berkeley.

Up till now reference books have
regarded the earldom as extinct
since the death of the last known
earl in 1942.

But doubt has arisen following
the arrival in this counéry of a
large number of Berkeleys from
India, where they and their ances-
tors have lived for 200 years.

Just before the war a New
Yorker set the authorities in
confusion by producing documents

purporting to prove that he was of Glenelg, , Australia;
the Earl of Thomond, of County

Clare, Eire, a tithe which had been formerly

considered extinct since 1855.

as ‘he 10th baronet following the}
death last year of Sir George
Stirling of Glorat, Stirlingshire.
But he will probably have to
wait until 1952. This is because
Sir George’s son Charles was lost
at sea in 1938, but under Scottisk



law 14 years must elapse before
death by drowning can _ be
presumed.

Seventeen - year - old Thomas
Dalyell, of The Binns, Linlithgow,
should reauy be Sir Thomas
Dalyell, the 10th baronet—but for
his mother.

She is the daughter of the last
baronet, and Lord Lyon King of
Arms in Scotland holds the view
that under Scottish law she should
be a baronetess—the only baro-
netess ever known.

But the Home Office does not
admit that women can succeed to
baronetcies.

Mr. Greville Lambert, aged 49,
of King’s Norton, Birmingham:
Mr. Francis Blackwood, aged 49,
a bank manager of Sacramento,
California; Mr. Patrick Goold,
aged 71, retired foreman smelter,

and Mr

Bruce Colin Campbell, aged 45,
of West Kensington

London, could. all have been

He was told the claim would paronets for many years if they
have to go before the House of had cared to make their claim.

Lords’
but the war intervened.

Cemmittee of Privileges,

Mr. Cyril Hankinson, editor of
Debreft, told me: “Some of these

Now the New Yorker has flown people may be dead, but we would

higher.
Prince of Thomond,

Danish consuls

He proclaims himself the rather show a dead man as alive
announces than a live man as dead.”
that the Yugoslav, Norwegian, and

The task of checking is made

in Dublin have even more difficult because titled

been accredited to his principality, people are scattered all over the

graciously



William's ‘nephew and that the Eire Government has world.
consented to gun

—LE.S.

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United Kingdom, but in Colonial and Com-
monwealth countries too. There is, indeed,
a special organisation for Colonial territories
“nown as the British Colonial Veterinary
Service, staffed by “vets” trained in Britain.

COURSES TAKEN AT COLLEGES

Courses are taken at colleges in London
and a number of provincial cities in England;
and, in Scotland, at Edinburgh and Glasgow.
Many of the students live in hostels, where
they can be accommodated at less expense
than elsewhere. In the first year of the
course the young student will study general
scientific subjects such as chemistry and
physics, biology and anatomy, but as the
course proceeds the subjects become more
specialised; the fifth and final year, for in-
stance, is taken up with courses on meat and
milk inspection and control, and animal
medicine and surgery.

Before he can sit for his final examination
the student must have had at least six montns
practical experience of surgery and obstetrics
(helping animals to give birth) among the
larger farm animals such as sheep, horses and
cows. A course of practical training ia the
treatment of diseases and accidents in ani-
mals must also be taken.

Promising students often get scholarships
either from the State or their local govern-
ment education authority, and in Scotland
there are special scholarships for the children
of farm workers.







A Landlord’s View of Rent Restriction

To the Editor, The Advocate—
SIR,—Reference was made in

igiand.

H. A. Tudor raised the questior, point of view.

Then there are quite a few who,
the “Advocate” on Sunday to the in far better circumstances, re-
question of Rent Restriction. Mr. gard rents from the investment

spectively per month,
It would also be just as well to ;
remember that there are many, of him — he raises the rent.

we all know a

been living in houses and renting

few, who have

month, but to

his taxes are raised a fraction, He
does the obvious — it is expected

not by a mere $3, or $4 per

entirely fictitious

But
ourable light.

something near are sharks,

and rent, and as far as the land-
lord is concerned, in a very fav-
Of course there
profiteers, ete., etc

landlord, tenant furnished, semi-or fully fur-
nished? What should the result-

ing changes of rent be? This is

puzzled even Superior Court

a problem which has, I believe,!

post office, course is a thorough one; it takes just as long |

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with the Housing Board and s@iv = am, and I admit it, abysmally
that in many instances since the and unfortunately ignorant of the
abolition of the Occupancy TaX yents payable by that myth “the
and the only slightly increased goninon man,” for chattel houses,
ownership tux, house owners have and the land rents charged. But
raised rents by as much as 25%. consider stone houses costing from
This was ridiculous in his opinion, ¢ 1 500 upwaras.

and I humbly agree, that the pass- — -

4%% interest) Comprehen- |

them for many years for the
same rent as that which they
originally paid. $35 per month,
say, for a house which at today’s
market prices may well fetch
£2,300 in addition to increasing
wages and therefore costs of manage. Here is

Repairs

ing of Rent Restriction Act Aver cost onset Cor Taxes Rent ;
, ; \ ‘ |
seems the right thing to do of House oN solved i ve insurance | per enum |
But before rushing into such 4 .

complicated measure md com- £ 1,500 £ 67. 10 £ 10, 10 £6 £ 8 £ %
; i it would }| : sure - ; pie
j licate it uld be, I am sure, £ 2,000 £ 90 £14 £ 6. 10 £9 £ 119. 10
let us oxarmine the problem of ° - -

e more closely £ 2,500 & 112. 10 £17. 10 £7 £10 147

nt ‘ 2 ‘ rely —

people in this island rely £ 3,000 £ 135 £ 2 £7. 10 eu 174, 10

either: ( in the case

idows, old or infirm The figures are approximate, repairs, in addition to the fact
; mé provide their but I don’t think I would be far that, if he is a cautious man, the house!
total (b) supplement wrong if I said that the owners landlord will be protecting him The tenant
smal i meet the admit- of these houses would probably self by comprehensively insuring striction Board.
tedly hi

cost of living in th irge $40, $50, $60, and $70 re-

for the full value of the house,

wants a

what he could get for it — say
$50 a month. And the tenant
groans under the weight, and with
reason. Even with an extended
credit at the shops with which
be deals, he is finding it hard to

this swine want-

Rent
per month
$36 80

$43 068
$5 30

$70 06

ing $50 per month for his lousy

Rent Re-

end it is against these that any
Rent Restriction Board would b?
most effective — perhaps.

So we set up a Rent Restriction
Board to deal with offenders, anc
the Act is based either on “exist-
ing rentals” or on “reasonable
rentals.” Suppose for a moment,
it is based on “existing rentals”.
This in the first place, might not
affect those that had been raised

already, or if it was based on the °3

rent pajd over the last 12 months.

would penalise those landlords
who have been accepting the
ame rent for five or ten vear

Again suppose t
furnished before,
feels like renting t
nished he should not t
from doing so, and



e@ prevel

vice-versa

Of course, I have presented an Who is to determine what is ur

Judges in England. In one eas
I heard abou, the landlord had
installed concrete built-in-tables.
chairs and beds! Was it furnished?
The confusion and legal techni- |
ealities are immense. |

It has been the. experience of
tried and tested “existing rental”)
methods that the long term
results have been deplorable. Aj}



tem ~ “key” charges, or)
“entry” charges or more plainly,|
dvane payments to secure)
eferential entry to a vacant}
house, have ‘Megally levied.|

¢

peen
effect on the unscrupu-}
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ut or devise

ends of any Rent
Restriction. Act,

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Taxes On Land Raised

In St. Michael

IN LAYING THE RATES for th

members of the St. Michael

€ parish yesterday,

Vestry took the opportunity to

draw to the attention of the public that any large increase

in the rent of houses by some landlords, w
increased taxation nor the abolition of the

as is generally believed.



Policewomen
For Barbados
Soon

AMAICA ALREADY has

Policewomen patrolling their .

ts and it may not be very
long befor? Barbadians will be
able to see Policewomen along
Broad Street. — ;

In an interview with the Advo-
cate yesterday, Col. R. T. Michelin,
Commissioner of Police, said that
he hoped it would not be long be-
fore they have Policewomen in
the Barbados Police Force.

He pointed out that the mat-
ter is now receiving the attention
of Government. ; :

He said that the detail of duties
performed by a Policewoman are
too manifold to be set out, but may
be briefly contained in the fol-

Ordinary street patrolling; du-
ties at Bus Stops; dealing with
market offences; protecting women
and children in cases of exception-
al indecency; searching women,
particularly at the scene of a
crime; inquiries concerning the
welfare of young women and chil-

as due neither to
Occupancy Tax,

The Vestry laid the rate on
ownership and trade at 12 cents
in the dollar, an increase of 4
cent more than last year’s rate,
while the rate on land was $1.92
an acre as against $1.84 last year.

The Vestry proposed to s
m . spend
aoe for the current year:
as year’s Estimates were
$763,045.74. <
‘ Mr. J. K. C, Grannum drew to
he

attention of the Vestry that
a number of persons had inform-
ed him that certain landlords of
the parish had given notice to
their tenants of their intention
to increase their house rents as a
result of their own increased
taxation.

He thought that the Vestry
should express its disapproval of
the attitude of those landlords
and explain the entire matter to
the public.

Mr. E. D. Mottley said that he
strongly supported Mr. Grannum
and pointed out that they were
all considerate of the various
subsidiary boards in preparing
their Estimates, so as not to
cause property owners any ap-
preciable increase in taxation.

He too had heard that some
landlords had been raising rents,
defending their action by the
claim that the increased taxation
due to the abolition of the Occu-
pancy Tax had made their action

field workers
dustry shall be increased by 12%



BARBADOS ADVOCATE







A GROUP of the members of the Confederation Life Association snapped
as they passed through on their way to Jamaica. Left to right are: Mr

ager, (Trinidad); Mrs. Als; Mr, J.

Mr. Roderick Als; Mr. Andrew Sheppard (Barbados
Organiser Trinidad); Mrs. Ferguson; Major R.

Andrew Sheppard the Barbados

The Convention will be held at Shaw Park Hotel, Jamaica and all
representatives of the Association present. From the above group Mr.

scheduled to give a talk.
Frank B. Armstrong and Mr

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Sugar Workers Rates Up 18e..

ay Increased
GET BACK PAY

The wages of all factory
in the sugar

and
in-



Also present at Seawell to greet the group in-transit
. Reggie Tempro.



at Seawell
Willard Grant

yesterday
(Joint Man-

L. D. Ferguson; Mrs. Pat Date; Mr. J. P. George: Mrs Grant;
representative)* Mr. Pat Date (District
J. Morrison (Joint Manager, Trinidad) Mr.

Representative met the other members of the Association here.

there will be about 80
Sheppard is the only one
were Major

Per
Acre In St. Joseph

LAND RATES ‘in St. Joseph were fixed at $4.20 per
acre when the St. Joseph Vestry met yesterday. This is
an increase of 18¢c. per acre on last year’s rates. Rates on

told























) dren etc., etc. necessary. Not 3 per cent. on those of 1949, a re- Ownership and Trade have gone up 7c., the new figure
; ot True lease of an agreement between being $1.40 in the pound.
ACK STEELE scored a K.O. va Whatever might be their rea- the Sugar Producers’ Federation The Vestry allocated $39,176.82 as the estimated ex-
; j tory over Harry Tate in their sons for Increasiig the rents, it of Barbados and the Barbados ee : ae ee ee : :
» Woxing match at the Joyful Hall was not true to say that in- Workers’ Union on April 24 Penditure for the current year.
Club, St. John, on Saturday night. creased taxes in the parish were staves. The Parish will get a playin; fi : :
; It was in round five that Steele the cause. In fact, the true posi- _ Back pay, with effect from field shortly. A grant for 3475 “o°° 11, most dilapidated condi«
scored his victory with a punish- tion was that if a man who own- éanuary 1, 1949, will be paid on trae the TO team ae | nO Not desired a playing
1 ing left hook. From the second ed a house, rented it out at $5.00 or before May 20. wae accepted ay Mec eierene ahd field more than he did, but there
round Steele was concentrating on 2 month, his taxes would not the Governor-in-Executive Com- was wisdom in the policy “the
‘ Tate's body, and Tate found it exceed 30 cents more this year _ Clause two of the agreement mittee to build a playing field at first thing should done jirst.”
i impossible to evade many of his than it was last year. Similarly wees that 1 gi sms eg cash Baihsheba. The Government will The Chairman said that he
\ blows. the taxes on a $10.00 a month DOnUS on total earnings by all provide the land. thoughg Miss Arne had pointed out
Tate took a short count of four house would not be increased by Sch workers employed from the “ When the matter came up re were two separate lot:
: in the third round, but a few more than 60 cents, nor the taxes oe of the week in which yiscussion, Mr. Cox. said that ASMeEBe the cone “wold
utes later was down again for oy a $20-a-month house exceed As i . ‘the roxnmencéd (nti! was thoroughly in favour of th ye used for the other
“acount of eight. He just man- jast year’s total by more than “’¢ end of the week in which the yiaying field scheme but he fe es Sie ee aco ai ;
fight out the remainder of F 7 : “ crop ended shall be paid to all S“S)°'5 NEG & ee ed Mr. Cox said that the Commit-
this * . Rn . er oF $1.20. such workers in the industry on that ‘one should creep before o tee, dealing with the matter hax
d ‘At the weigh-in Tate tipped the ie these figures, he contin- or before September 30 vhis year. alke d,’ otherwise accidents woul signe he monev
ued, the public should be able to [i will be at a rate dependent occur, hem« t of the people’s mone
scale at 145 lbs. and Steele at 143. : 7 a tv e at a rate dependent on ‘ _- 7 SOBs out of the people ne
see that the blame should be at- » size » Ofoey senor ye He had gone to His Excellenc ae kas ; ‘ ,
the size of the crop accordin ) a go Carte ske 10w the ex-
In another fight, Joe Green drew 4, ts 1 gz ; . Carter asked how the «
with Sonny Adams over eight tached not to the Vestry, but to the following scale: 120,000 tons with a deputation on the previou me f unning the playin
Some unreasonable landlords. — of sugar being taken as an aver- Monday and had voiced the san ERR aap oats RATT Fabia tol
rounds ere Tt ye Me at inl I
Pr : Mr, A. S. Bryden inquired age:— opinions he was about to voice ma: TCH 1h dR A hint yea
OY HAYDE of Edgecliff, St. ren it was really a fact that fs , especially as he had noticed itself. ee a teen
John, was injured on his arent See see ee et oT Ns 130,000 tenn : an the papers that the money in que: Mr. Cox said that they had be«
right hand on Sunday morning at ™ent he had Just” heard as a 135,000 tome 3% tion would be lent to the people to ,, inal helss cuslteina dent tn
about 9.45 when he fell from his â„¢0tive for increasing rents. He 140,000 tons 4% build houses : I Poe nee oe
bicycle along Church View Road, Could hardly believe it. He 145,000 tons 5 =e ear
St. John, Hayde was travelling thought some actual figures should, x», 180.000 tons . He felt titat the house question yy Garter ted that the
downhill and collided with a be given to _the public showing This agreement shall be opera- war a much more pressing pro 4 : f +) Hi buil lin should
pedestrian, The front wheel of the the true position relative to the tive for vhe year 1950, position confronting the island | natin d Th as colada sien
bicyele was damaged. co Ory in taxes on house pro- than the people seemed to be a as qe ee . ie rk
= perty. ene ca ; he building ited it « for
: +QEVEN ACCib=NTS occurred Mr. H. A. Tudor declared that erie a ree 7 occasions as dances I
over the week-end, four on it was a fact; he himself knew Trinidad Lawyers th ‘aie ‘aaa “ ee bie g the time the field was being
Saturday, and the others on Sun- some landlords who had carried aie tas : siovine neld he 2uilt, they could be collecting suc!
‘ their rents from $15.00 a month ° s 5 ying ieee ee
1 Three people were detained at to $20.00 and from $35.00 to Here For Oil Talks would ma » = setts & its i” Under General’ Business, ‘Mr
i -the.General Hospital after an acci- $50.00. mi pa ‘ money for paying ters show's’ Williams. said that complaints
Bb dent occurred on Melvin Hill, St. Mr. F. C, Goddard said that for _ Mr. Guy O'Reilly, KC, Mr. come from some other sour i were being tade that: graver
ah Joseph, at about 11.00 a.m. on the last six months he had been H. O. B. Wooding, K.C., and Mr. They should not use the BPTI’ al ache ciormae: ah kee (ni eke oaie
{Ke Saturday. They were Clarence speaking about the matter. He Clyde Camps, head of the legal which had been earmarked for rice He said that he did not
R Browne of Horse Hill, Jordon pointed out that what Mr. department of Trinidad Lease- | (houses. a siadian: taadh. Giectbinl
Green of Chalky Mount, Reuben Mottley had said applied only to holds, Ltd, are now in Barbados They should accept the money aise let “Pouniala. Wnuk thew had
Foster of Melvin Hill. St. Michael, as a man in that to confer with the British Union but they should say that they Bi ei eae his ittenti e
The accident involved a bicycle parish who was renting a house Oil Company and Trinidad joneq it was not coming from th? i Se Gast anniees. “al
owned and ridden by Browne, with for $50.00 a month would only Leaseholds Ltd., in respect to the people's allocation , a He h ae “s : that the
c “ racantati » shin _ pends A 4 Le cE t e had ‘iear¢ hat tl
— on the bar, and three-year- have to pay $3.00 a year now for Tepresentations which they were ~ Mr. Hutson said he in, S088 Fn orversiadees Read erraieed snes
old Foster, a pedestrian. rent, ae mun - cee agreement with the views of Mi ' ' hag ;
; N ACCIDENT occurred at the In Christ Church eae ind Oe eulogy Jeceee. Cox. The houses in the parish "1 a ay Maer al
yi corner of Broad and Prince He said that in Christ Church Pa ewe sate ites. dedit..with crave
x 800 Henry Streets at about the occupant of the house would They arrived from Trinidad divge: Se atly When the ti
7 $00 a.m. on Saturday between a have to pay a little more because by B.W.LA. on Sunday, and O: Ty ; Syoar come to“him for information, hi
bieyele owned and ridden by the Occupancy Tax in that parish are staying at the Ocean’ View 13,400 Tons Sugar : Bari the price: and tt ne
King of Spooner’s Hill, and was 22% of the entire revenue. Hotel, : I 3] 1 ligger nad to accept it.
seotber bicycle owned and ridden He however did not see the = Mr, O'Reilly and Mr. Wooding, Leave Islanc
a epee Griffiths of Dalkeith, justification for such large in- with other representatives of i cule Mr. Smith said that he agree
ichael, foal creases in rent, based on the in- the two companies concerned, Four ships were in Rory yester= with Mr. Williams. He added th
ee, ont Wheel of King mi cycle creased taxes due to the abolition appeared before the Governor- “ay loading a total - 13,400 toad the Vestry should pay the grave
' were oe guard of Griffiths’ of the Occupancy Tax. in-Executive Committee yesier- ©! Soh end 8 et a oh the digger for the work he did, an
ve aged, Mr. V. Chase said that to put day morning and made certain ak yin - nade ae the parties concerned should pay
i, FRONT WHEEL of a Mr. Goddard’s words in a nut submissions in connection with The Gunes aean nad Johilla are the Parochial Treasure
* bicycle was damaged in a colli- shell, a man who was renting a the matter. ett e ' 4.500 s of There were some poor peopl
si ; ’ house in St. Michae] at $50., a loading 5,000 and 4,500 tons ;
on on Silver Sands Road, Christ house in § years ee tdi. sugar respectively for London and he said, who tried to pay for
— oe suet: tae oe —- ae oe > oe = yo Liverpool. The Sea Breeze is tak- graves instead of soliciting the ai
unday, ional taxation not exceeding 2 ° i . 9 7 seer. for S tid H thought the
i ; ing 2,000 tons of sugar for St. of the parish e thought th
gateored in fhe acaident were cents a month. Dinner, Bed John, New Brunswick, and 1,500 parish should step in and helt
cycle owned and ridden by : s for Montreal, while the : 9
i i I mmonds said he : L tons for ontreal, t such people.
, peers Phillips ae Land, a Rati in seme of —Then Bars Canadian Cruiser is only taking Mr. Williams said that to carry
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4.159, owned and driven by Alex-
_ Brewster of Edgcliff, St.

Phillip's right foot was injured.

Wy ehtaNa ROAD, Christ
urch was the scene of an
accident at about 1.45 p.m, on
turday between motor car X.941,
Owned by Winston Johnson of
Hastings and driven by David
Brathwaite of the same address
a horse-drawn cart, owned
and driven by Leon Chase of Walls
try, Christ Church,
right rear fender of the car
damaged, while the right
of the cart was broken.

FRONT WHEEL, fork and
frame of a bicycle were dam-
a when an accident occurred
i corner of Vauxhall and
her's Roads, Christ Church at
0 11,45 am. on Saturday,
ne accident occurred between
cle owned and ridden by
h Alleyne of Penny Hole, St.
iP, and a motor ‘bus, owned
General Bus Company, and
nh by Timothy Cox of Apple
a ee,
,. ‘ter the a ent Alleyne com-
" Blained of pains, r

AT ABOUT 8.00 a.m. on Sun-
day an accident cccurred on
faxter’s Road between motor car
ot Owned and driven by
uel Codrington of Brittons
Hill, an a horse-drawn cart,
owned by E. C. Hill of Fontabelle.
Pius miven by Vincent Moore of
Gap, Westbury Road,

right front fender of the
Was slightly damaged.

RIDGETOWN EXPERIENCED

another hot day yesterday.
The temperature was 86° Fahren-

heit in the s ade.
Businessmen threw off their

and loosened their col-
estrians ” the two main

Streets, Sought any Available shade.
O* SUNDAY at about 9.50 a.m.

an accident occurred at the
Crumpt

of St. Michael’s Row and
‘on Street between a "bus
ed by the Diamond ’Bus Com-

Bile ne a bicycle owned by

Sea, Tannum of Harmony Hall

na Oe Gh ridden by Carlton Simp-

ton V Tosvenor 8 Road, Carring-
Village, St. Michael.

dete 20 Was injured over his

‘¥e and on his upper lip

explaining to the public the true
facts of the case; he would go
further and say that the time
was absolutely ripe for the en-
actment of Rent Restriction Reg-
ulations, because he knew of
many cases where landlords were
taking undue _ advantage of
tenants.

He thought that the sooner
such legislation was enacted the
better it would be for the com-

Two stowaways, Marcus Joseph
and Eitel Cummins: who boarded
the 7,367 French-chartered Egyp-
tian Tiner Misr when she was last
in Barbados, are now spending
time in France.

They made statements on ar-
rival in England to the effect that
they had boarded the ship at
Barbados and mingled with the,
other passengers. They had din-

400 tons for Canada.

About 1,100 puncheons of the
molasses are being shipped by the
Canadian Cruiser for the ports of
St. John, Halifax, Quebee and
Montreal. The rest of the ship-
ment is b-ing loaded on the Sea
Breeze,

The Canadian Cruiser is con-
signed to Messrs. Gardiner Aus-
tin and Co., Ltd. Agents of the
other three ships are Messrs.
Da Costa & Co., Ltd.

out Mr, Smith’s suggestion woul
entail longer hours for the already
hard pressed employees. In the
second place, he was not of
opinion that the parish had
obligation T® assist people in bur)
ing their corpse unless they wer«
paupers.

Mr. Corbin said that in an:
case they would eventually have
to go to the trouble , of uin
people,

munity as a whole.

The Vestry finally decided that
their position in the matter should
be published together with the
figures given by Mr. Mottley.

Mr. Weatherhead, the Church-
warden, asked to be allowed to
draw to the Vestry’s attention
some figures he had prepared,
showing the true position relative
to the Expenditure by the Vestry
in 1939-40 as compared with the
Expenditure for 1950-51.

He then submitted the follow-
ing:

1939-40 1950-51
Salaries to Parochial
employees «. $ 45,677.70 $127,281.72
Free Scholarships 2,712.00 4,392.00
Saniiation 52,907.38 188,555.00
Government (For
Fire Brigade) . 7,219.20 26,398.00
Street Lighting . 14,539.20 26,000.00
Poor Relief 104,858.14 349,595.42
Mr. Weatherhead said that the

Expenditure in the year 1939-40
was $254,564.02 as against $748,-
194,59 that day and pointed out
that the rate in 1939-40 was 814%
as against 12% in 1950-51.

He said that while -he realized
that the situation called for care-
ful spending, he would, along
with his Guardians, do everything
in his power to economise, but
not at the expense of the poor.

He pointed out that thé item

@ On page 8.

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What's on Today
Re-opening of the Legisla-

ture at 2.30 p.m.
Football at Queen's Park at

5.00 p.m.

Tennis Finals at Savannah
at 4.30 p.m

Basket Ball Y.M.C.A, at
7.30 p.m.

A A STS

ner, found a couple of berths and
went to bed

For the rest of the voyage they
were taken as passengers who
had paid the £50 fare but when
they came forward at Plymouth

get their passports pr
and go ashore, the ship’s officers
realised that they were stow-
aways.

With their British passports the
immigration officers could not re-
fuse to let them land. The ship’s
British Master however refused to
allow them to leave the ship, They
will stay behind bars until the
ship reaches Le Havre and then
they will be handed over to the
Police. There is a law in France
by which these two men will be
sent to prison and deported,

Convicted Thrice:
Fourth Time—30/-

The Judges of the Assistant
Court of Appeal yesterday varied
the decision of City Police Mag-
istrate Mr, D. D. Morris, wao
sentenced Sydney Gooding on
Saturday to 14 days’ imprison-
ment with hard labour. They |
ordered Gooding to pay a fine of}
30/- in seven days with an alter-
native of one month’s eli
ment. !
|

Gooding, a man of no fixed}
abode, was charged by the Com-j
missioner of Police with using |
indecent language on Arthuy Hill/

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t. B. King prosecute [

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Goo i iow
onviction records f hi
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one of these donkeys which
named “Laertes’. The island
overrun with mongeese which
its greatest nuisance.

‘Great Bird’ is the second
largest island in the group. No
one lives there, but. it is the nest-
ing place of the seabirds who fy
about the coast. Harmless snakes
also inhabit the island.

_ Guiana is a ‘Deer Park and on
it there is a herd of Virginian
deer, the same kind that exists
in Barbuda, and they have been
there for many years. Beforc
the war the herd was fairly large
and also tamer than they are now
They would come out of the
bushes at dusk to graze and drink
but during the war when no one
lived on the island, people landed
on the island without permission
and shot, hunted and trapped the

is
1S

is

deer, with the result that th:
herd is now very small and
rather wild.

Mrs. Wright hopes that they

will increase again and that soon
they will build up a good sized
herd once more. Unfortunately
there are few females remaining

From time to time Mrs. Wright
has friends to stay with her on
che island, her son who is_ in
England studying law spent some
time on Guiana with her. Mrs
Alexander who lives in Barbados
also stood on the island for a
holiday some time ago,

Five Years at Hastings |

Lady Russell who died in Bar-
bados last year, lived on Guiana
during the early part of the wa
She wrote a book about the West
Indies in which she referred te;
Guiana as ‘The island of beauti-
ful Peace’,

Mrs. Wright is a land owner in
England. Her house and estate

near Dartford, Kent, were giver

to an ancestor of hers, for his
services by King William f
Orange when he came to the |

throne, : |

Mrs. Wright’s married daugh-
ter is living in part of the hou
and the rest is rented out to a
doctor and his family, ‘No one’. |
says Mrs. Wright, ‘can keep up|
a large house in England und r|
present-day conditions

Mrs. Wright spent five years |
Barbados during the war living!
of the flats in ‘Whitehall’

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Hast



Wangoes At Last

THREE mules and a horse ar-
rived here yesterday by motor
vessel Daerwood from St. Lucia.
Che rest of the Daerwood’s car-
g0 consisted of fresh fruit, copra
pumpkins. Mang which
been searce in Barbados for
months now, were included

imong the fresh fruit.
is consigned to

This vessel
Schooner Owners’ Association.

have

some

the



25

YEARS AGO

Barbados Advocate Correspondent |

ADVOCATE, APRIL 25, 1925

The unveiling of the War}
Memorial, which was to have
taken place on the 28rd instant]
and was unavoidably postponed}
wing to the indisposition of His}
Excellency the Governor, has been |
fixed for Sunday, 10th May at}
4.45 p.m

The programme of the ceremony |
etc. is now being arranged by the|
Commitiee appointed by His Ex-|
cellency for the purpose and full]
varticulars will be announced in|
ue cour !



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Made by ALLEN & HANBURYS LTs. LOKDON

Agent for Jamaice. FORT ROYAL GARAGE Lt :
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= nory of my dear wife and
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Into a heaven of

must Ete tiful garden.
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God aeooee ghopees the best.

sor in we place upon her grave

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: from day to day.
ol + he cm, SE eeer, (Children):
a Vy. Foster, M. Warren,
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‘Owen & Euclid. Great Grand

wie & Michael . 25.4.50—In

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of our dear beloved

Olu BRATHWAITE, who
life om 25th April 1944.

have passed since that sad

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was sudden the shock severe
knew that death was near
knew just what was best

) Bit took dear mother with him to
Baw remembered by: Evelyne,
og Mrs. Snine Millar
d ), Eyvol, Dunean and Louis
rat! (sons), Mrs, Byrle Brath-
site. (daughter-in-law), Mr. Aubrey
Tes | w), Neville, Sherlon,
mmy, St. Clair (grandchildren)

*
Curacao papers please copy
US. and — 25.4.50—1n

FOR SALE



TAR Stand 12 h.p. Sedan New
_ good. No reasonable

be ‘
er re . Mrs. Sylvia Manning,

refused
Hindsbury Rd. or Dial 2138.
— 24.4.50—1n.

1986 Chevrolet Saloon Car

5 perfect condi: . Always owner
Apply: cA. Rock. Dial 2838
4661. 23.4.50—4n

Two Austin 10 Cars 1946—47
is. Both cars in A-1 condition

» Hinds, Dear’s Garage, Hastings
. 23.4.50-—3n

¢

1949 Hillman Saloon owner

ellent condition. Cole
i. ae 22.4.50—4n.



let 1938. Good condition.

ly inted. Apply: S. G. Ward,
mm, St. Michael. 22.4,50—6n.

CAR—B.S.A. 10 H.P. flu
drive—nlways owner ridden,
condition with two extra_ tyres
: Mr. Archer; Redman & Taylor?
21.4,50—7n



C

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;

RICAL

iC FOOD MIXERS—There is
time for you to own a Boreas
MECTRIC MIXER at pre-devalua-
price. them TO-DAY at G
Na & CO., LTD. Dial

23,4.50—3n
RADIO rd Radios — 5 Tubes
to 60 Meters — $50.00 Cash. Terms
be arranged. Dial 4595; Lashley'’s

d; Pr, Wm. Henry St.
1.4.50—3n



0 REFRIGERATORS. Westinghouse
u. ft. and an English Plectrics$.# c)
Both in good working order, apply
B. Brandford, Sealight, Hastings
4065—3760. 25.4.50—1n







OAT—One (1) Alpine Goat giving
&10 pts. Apply to C. O. Lewis

its, Christ Church.
23.4.50—3n



i ‘orrect Office Posture Chairs.
three point adjustment to give per-
posture and maximum comfort,

with castors. 25.4.50—In

OUS

For the latest in Ac-
WERS. FEATHERS,

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ORIES

ILINGS, CHEERIES and

WET RIBBONS. Shop at the MO-
DRESS SHOPPE, Broad St.

23.4.50—3n

Cattle Bricks: Yor
Goats and horses, Contains





the mir eager for good con-
a ith. C. . Harrisons &
7 25.4.50—2n,

—— ‘psicnaeant eee
mNZINE .L.0. Improved Benzine.
ves ¢ and tar stains with-
injuty to delicate fabrics. C. F.
rison & Co. Ltd. 25.4.50—2n.
WID INSOL GLUE for wood workers

Chinaw>re Glve at all
Agency Co, B dos

M Weh Steet







PUBLIC

4t'c TION

I will offer for s
petition on FRIDAY 2h bee eee
at my office VICTORIA
square feet of BRITTO!
; CROSS ROAD, sT. MICHAEL
has an excellent i
|; Harbour. For inspection
uuons of sale: Apply
}Mc KENZIE. Dial 2947

SALES







AUCTION

SALE OF HOUSE c.

Merton, situate at Bay Street whith wees
Set up for sale on Thursday last was
pos*poned and will take ,
Wednesday next 26th instead.

It will be sold to the hi
| asics haat highest bidder

D'ARCY A. scoTT
22.4. 50—4n

' HAVE BEEN ins‘ructed by
Fdith O'Neale to sell by Malet
Tnursday next the 27th of April at on
o'clock her chattel house at Dayrelis
Road. which consists of gallery, draw-

ink room, (2) bedrooms, kitchen, toile*
and pailings, which must be removed

ER who fell asleep] Together with her entire lot of hous

hold furniture which includes, two

singe bedsteads with mattresses, one 1!
oair mahogany chairs, one (1) mahogan:
chest, one (1) mahogany ‘table, one (1
mahogany rocker, one (1) mahogany
dressing table, stove,



a mirror, and
mony other items of interest, Termes
cash, on

D'ARCY A. scorr,

21.4.50—on

UNDE



R THE SILVER
HAMMER

On Tuesday 2nd, Wednesday 8rd., &
Thursday 4th., we will sell Mrs, Dray-
ton's Furniture at Canefield House, St
Thomas, Full Particulars later.

BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO,
Auctioneers.
25.4..50.

UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER

On Wednesday 26th by order of Messrs,
W. A. Griffith & Co., we will sell various
items at the workshop, Lucas Street,
which includes :

Electric Bandsaw complete with 3
H.P, Motor and Setting and Filing Ma-
chine, Lot of Saw Blades; Turners Lathe
with 1% H.P, Motor and set of Tools.
Two Electric Starting Switches for a
motor, Work Benches, Mahogany Bed-
stead Posts, Mahogany, Cedar and other
Chairs, Mirrors, Iron and Wooden Bed-
steads, Tables, Cashier's Desk, Cedar
Press, Grinding Stone, Railings, Show
Case and Door. Comprising frontage of
Lucas Street, and many other items
Sale 12 o'clock, Terms Cash,

BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO.
Auctioneers

In







are 23.4.50-—2n,
REALESTATE

WE will set wp for sale at public
competition at our Office No: 17, High
Street, Bridgetown, on Friday the 28th
day of April 1950 at 2 p.m.

A Dwelling house (formerly the
Manager's House of Goodland Planta-
tion) in the Parish of Saint Michael,
with the land on which it stands con-
taining by admeasurement 1 Acre, 3
Roods, 4% Perches or thereabouts

Inspection any day between 10 a.m
and 12 o'clock noon.

For further particulars and Condi-
tions of Sale, apply to the undersigned:—

COTTLE, CATFORD, & CO



16.4.50-- ‘Om
“LEIGHTON” — Situate in Passage
Road, St. Michael, standing on 6,870

square feet of land.

The house is built of stone and con-
twins gallery, drawing, dining, sitting
and breakfast rooms, Pantry, kitchen,
W.C. and bath downstairs. 4 bed-
rooms (2 with running water) upstairs. }

Inspection any day (except Sundays)
between 10 a.m, and 5 p.m.

The above will be set up for sale to



Public Competition at our Office in
Lucas Street, Bridgetown on Friday
the 5th May 1950 at 2 p.m.
CARRINGTON & SEALY
Solicits.
23.4.50-—12n
EVANTAN

Situated on Top Rock, Christ Church
(Next to Yeovilton) on roughly Walf
Acre A delightful new modern Reési-
dence, having three Bedrooms, 4 large
lounge, Dining room, modern kitchen,
Two fully tiled Bath and Toilet. A
choice of a fourth bedroom if Lounge
becomes Lounge-Dining room. Outside,
Two Servants Quarters, Toilet and Bath,



CLASSIFIED ADS.

place on Rent

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Two Car Garage, Price £4,500 or
newrest. For further particulars apply:
Ralph Phone 4653-—8402, 25.4,50—3n.



We will set up for sale at public com-
netition at our Offce No: 17, High St
Bridgetown, on Friday the 28th day of
April 1950 at 2.30 p.m.:—

All that three-storied messuage or
dwelling house known as The _ Brick
House and the land thereto belonging

containing by admeasurement 3,024
square feet or thereabouts situate at
Spry St. Bridgetown.

Inspection any days except Sundays
on application on the premises.

For further particulars, and Condi

tions of Sale, apply to the undersigned:

COTTLE, CATFORD, & CO

16.4. 50—10r





A PORTION of a Cocoanut Estate in
St. LUCTA — 300 to 400 acres, with ap-
proximately 5,000 bearing cocoanut trees
and mamy young trees, Unplanted land
suitable for cocoa, cocoanuts and bana-
nas. Situated 7 miles from Castries on
Government main road which runs 1%
miles through the land. Excellent house-
site 800 feet above sea-level with a
neverfailing spring near by. Electricity
available from power plant on nearby
estate.

ly G. L. HARFORD,
a Norwood,
St. James.
20.4,.50—6n

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DWELLING HOUSE & BUSINFS®

23.4,.50—6" | pp EMISES. Containing approximately



a.

Plurivite Capsules: Thes»
a well balanced oe
Each sule contains
anins A, Bi, B2, oan d. CS. F
§ & Co, Ltd. 25.4.

Melrose, St. Thomas
fuaranteed 150 pints milk
inspection, apply Teddy

os Dairies, Dial. 3896
25.4.50-—3n

T PAINTS—Brandram Henderson
Forest Green Sun Proot
White and colours, special
pers Paints $6.84 gin.
gin. ey sre Here.
25.4, 50—-13n
POLISHERS—-A few Johnson's
ifior Polishers, Dial 3878.
Co., Lid. Electrical Dept,
.4,50—6n

SAT

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- $3.50
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Oe PIPE, ee ete

are @alvanised pipe, be o9

‘ A. BARNES & CO., LTD.
25.3.50—t.f.n

HOSE—Two Ply Genuine
Hose at cial low
feet. y yours

. HUTCHINSON &

; 23.4,50—3n.

Bee ae aiias

‘om jolland .
Barrow. 8164—4805.
21.4,50—Tn

TINS—AMERICAN LUNCH
tray suitable for
They are attractive,
are just the right

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WU &S cents each,

G.
& CO. LTD, Dial

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23.4.50—-3n

YAMS at Alleynedale Plan-
Peter, 22.4.50—3n
Snecial offer Gloss

e and get
4.50-—13n









4,032 square feet. No. 69 Roebuck
A substantially erected stonewal!!
bulding in good condition comprises:—
DOWNSTAIRS. Spacious store and
store rooms, entrance to garage. Fvont~-
age: 42°10". Washing . and many
other focilities, conereted throughout
UPSTAIRS. 4 bedrooms, large draw-
ing and dining rooms, toilet and bath
room. Front verandah.
Electric light, power and water are
installed Seo, __ Tampection »y
t. one ‘
"Hae above will be set up to public
competition at the office of the under-
sigmed on Friday the 26th., April 1950
at 2 p.m. For further particulars and

of sal ly to
Cond Ons Te a le . BANFIELD
Solicitogs.
James Street.





For Sale Contd











a TRUCK TYRES—6.50 x

20: $28.25. 32 x 6: i fe u“ ar $46.90.
8.25 x 20: $48.25, Aw ER he gaa.
Another lot of

an” aa teat $31.00 complete. a
3878, DaCosta Co., Soe
PLA ‘Wha

ant “sy pene als for $16.60. Dial
3878. DaCosta & Co, Ltd. al
Dept. 20.4,50—6n.





RRADSHAW & COMPANY.
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OR RENT

(lL) Upstairs with
+ Tuwning water in each. One
For

four bedrooms, Refrigerator,
telephone, radio, Apply opposite or
Phone 8286.

9.4,50.—t.f.n.

“MULLINS” St

Peter, fully fi
Available iy furnished

immediately till July 31st
most reasonable to careful Ten-

ant. For further particulars, App y
| RALPH A. BEARD. Herdwood Alley
| Phone 4683—8402 25.4.50—3n
a pe een creeinnioemeeonesioeananiees

RANDAL C T—Worthings 3 large
becroomy#. Telephone 3772 between 8.30
am, and 4.00 pom. 25.4.50—tn

i

~- Furnished og unfignished
2?.4.50—3n

S. Maffei
imposing building over-
the ir

RESIDENCE of Mr. P. Cc
beautiful

‘enced site of Blue Waters Hotel, Newly
ronstructed. Pully furnished complete
with linen and cutlery, Studebaker

Car if required. From May Ist for four
‘o six months, For further particulars
“pply to owner, phone 2787 of 8239 after
4 p.m, 20.4,50—10n



23.4. 50—3n



WANTED

















AN ASSISTANT MISTRESS for Alex-
‘ndra Sehool from the September term
‘vo teach Class—singing and Genera
Subjects.

Salary, on Government Scale, accond-
tng to qualifications and experience

Applications stating qualifications and

experience and subjects offered, should
reach the Headmistress not later thar
May 3st. 21.4.50-—-8n

_
GIRL COUNTER ASSISTANT for ou

| Store. Apply in person to George
Ward, Druggist and Grocer, St. Law-
rence, Christ Chureh, 21.4.50—6n

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

22.4.50-——6n

SALESMAN—Must have drivers
cense. Applications by letter only.



Pe

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STANFIELD
25.4.50—t.f.n

Young Lady for our office
letter and in person
SCOTT & Co., Ltd

MISCELLANEOUS

BOAT—Smail Sailing Dinghy or similar
Craft wanted to hire for week or more
(possibly purchase) e >







4.50—1n



TYPING done at home—Apply Box AA
C/o Advocate Co. 25.4.50—3n

PUBLIC NOTICES





“£25 easily earned by obtaining orders

for private Christmas Cards from
vour friends. No previous experienc
necessary, Write today for beautiful frer
Sample Book to Britain’s largest ana
‘remost Publishers; highest commission
narvellous money making opportunity

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

NOTICE

“Owing to the difficulty of tendering
for the replacement of the Ceiling at
the Parish Church without first remov-
ing the oid one, I now call for tenders
for the removal of the main ceiling of
the Parish Church.

Tenders will be received by me up to
May 6th 1950.”

W. U. GOODING,
Parochial Treasurer,
St. Philip.



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NOTICE
PARISH OF ST. PETER

Wanted by the Poo. ‘aw 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 Certificate and credentials to
the P.M.O. at his residence “Roseville,”
St. Peter on or before April 29th up to

10 a.m,
Signed G. S. CORBIN,
Cierk, Poor Law Guardians,
22.4.50—9n

NOTICE

ALL JOINERS & CABINET MAKERS
are invited to attend a meeting at Com
bermere School Hall on SATURDAY 2th
April 1950 at 9 a.m. when Mr. BRUCE
MOULDER, Manager of C. F. Harrison’
Furniture Dept. will explain a scheme
fur developing the wood working in-
dustry in s as referred to 'y a
recent issue of this paper by r
Ronald Tree. 25.4,.50—4n.





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LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of W. B Mustor of
Worthing View, Ch. Ch. for permission
to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c., at
a 3 storey wall building at Palmetto
Street (former Cotton Club), City

Dated this 24th day of April, 1950.

To the Police Magistrate,

Dist. “A”.
Signed COLIN MUSTOR,
for Applicant.

N.B.—This application will be con-
sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
at Police Court, District “A”, on Thurs-
day the 4th day of May 1950, at li
o'clock, a.m.

D. D. MORRIS,
Poli istrate, Dist. “A”
Aft. Polen ne 25. 4. 50—In

25





—

PERSONAL

The public are hereby warned against
g:ving credit to my wife EUGENE
BLACKMAN (nee Small) as I do not
hold myself responsible for her or sny-
one else contracting any debi or debts
in my name unless by a written order





Signed FRED BLACKMAN,
- Dayrells Roatl
23,.4.50—2n

Christ Church.
The public are hereby warned against
giving credit to my wife FLORANCE
(mee Haynes) as I do not hold
lf responsible for her or anyone
a” debt or debts in

signed ened’ SINCLAIR GILL.

Welch Village,
23.4.50—-2n., St. John.

The public are hereby warned against
gine’ credit to my wife Winifred
Greaves (nee Lowe) as I do not hold
myself responsible for her or anyone
else contracting any debt or debts in
my name unless by a written order
igned by me.

o Signed CHARLES GREA\ ES,

Turner's Hall









St. Andrew
(20) one inch Steel Tie Rods. Each it. An Sk pate
27% feet long. Also en six (36)
imps x 3 ins. x .
one ae can be seen at Bulkeley | ————

+ and offers for same should = ‘i \
submitted to lie Parochial ° THEY RE HERE |
St. George by the 13th aor a,

oe The handy little PORTA.
~ TABLETS— Tablets: the BLE Ovens for use ov
i Met of pain Metres relies a Gas Boiling Ring
he: aache, neuralgia, toothache, rheu- Even if you have a big oven
nation, ‘neuritis and all nerve pains They’re useful when you don't
Excellent for colds and influenza, C. F want to light up a big oven just
Harrisons & Co, Ltd. 25.4.50—2n for that individual dish........ ;
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Hastings. Phane 3967 25.4.50—3



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BARBADOS

ARRIVALS—By B.W.LA.L.

From Trinidad: Alfred Taylor, Sylvia
taylor, Leandro De Monibrun, Elspeth
McCormick, Robert McCormick, Florence
Worrell, Dennis Atkinson, Carlisle Ram-
charan, David Vidmer, Juan Roger, James
Marshall, Neil Filler, Harry Filler, Char-
otte, William Farmer, Christiana Maingot,
Elizabeth Archer, Albert Michel, Viola
‘lichel, Charles Vail, Marjory Vail, Vir-
sinia Vail, Carolyn Vail, Monica Parris,
cauwin Lewis, Harry Grosh, Eustace
Welch, Michael Cramer, Jacqueline Cram-
er, Jaeques Cramer, Aurelia Cramer,
varl Hummell, James Hummell, Egbert
Gikes, Roy Wilson, Lynette Ishmael,
James Howard, Yvonnett Gilbert, Maur-
ice Jones, Hugh Wooding, K.C., Guy
O'Reilly, Reginald Tempro, Juliet Sam-
sel, Clyde Camps.

From St. Lucia: Amy Wood, Smith-Als
Mac! . Cynthia Evans, Ann Evans,
Alma_Evans, George Cresp.

From Antigua: Eric Hirst.

From St. Kitts: Denis Worme.

From La Guaira: William O’Ne*l. Ar-
utro Kohn, William ve,

DEPARTURES—By B.W.LA.L,

For Trinidad: Miss Marie Hamilton,
Miss Lucille Richards, Mr. Leona~t Ar-
noid, Mr. Peter Gaffney, Mr. arthur
Moore, Dr. Marshall Weaver, Rev.

Sriffin, Mrs, May Griffin, Mr, Herrick
Sealy, Mr, Gideon Burnham, Mr. Edwin
Lyder, Miss Margaret O’Co , Miss
Doris Wilkie, Mr, Bakhu in, Mr,
Delford Roach, Mrs. Lillian Coe, Mr.
Colles Coe, Mr, Seth White, Miss M. West-
en, Miss J, Field, Mrs, McCarthy-O’Leary,
Mr. Osmond Sanguinetti, Mr. Howell
Longsworth, Mr. Ryan, Mr. Habib Shtay
ha, Mr, Jacob Azar, Mr. Sleiman Was-
souf, Mr. Hayne Machoul, Mr. Jamil
Machoul, Mr. Anthony Hadeed, Mr. G.
O'Reilly, Mrs, Lovely Bergendahl, Mr.
John Bergendahl, Mr, Frank Aitken, Mr
Paul Farney, Mrs. Marion Hopkins, Mr.
Robert MacDonald, Mrs. Elizabeth Ear-
wood, Miss Natalie Earwood, Mr. Ray-
mond Earwood, Mr, Ian Shoul, Master
Stephen Shoul, Mr, Conrad Shoul, Mr.
Warren Bennett, Miss Cora Reece, Mrs.
Stella Reece, Miss Jean Thorne, Mrs.
Elizabeth Jordan, Mrs, Gladys Steele,
Mr. Charles Williams, Mr. William Wood,
Mrs, Kathleen Wood, Miss Margaret
Wood, Master Anthony Wood, Master
Thomas Wood, Mrs. Odette Fields, Mas-
ter Wayne Fields, Mr, Colin Fields, Mr.
Hareourt Tho: Miss Irma Boles, Mr.
Aldwin Francis, Mrs, Elsa Burgess, Mrs.








Maria Carbonell, Mr. Juan Carbonell,
Miss Albertha McColin, Mr. Woodley An-
thony, Mr. Bertram Ward, Mr. Hal
Combie, Mr, Thomas Lee, Mr. Robert
Haim, Mr. Eric Hirst, Mrs, Margaret
Alexander, Mr, John Godfrey, Mr,
Michael Acosta, Mr. Richard Burgess,

Mrs. Angel Acosta, Mr, Robert Douglin,
Mr. George Easdon, Mr. Stanton Toppin,
Mr. Paul Jones, Mrs. Ruth Jones, Miss
Kristina Jones, Master Lanning Jones,
Miss Emily Harris, Mrs, Mary Corbin, Mr,
John Corbin,

For La Guaira: Mr. Keith Horton, Miss
Wendy Spradlin, Miss Tamera Spradlin,
Mr. Gervase Spradlin, Mrs, Nell Spradlin.

For Jamaica: Mr. Andrew Sheppard, Dr.
Oliver Atkey, Mrs, Dulcibella Atkey, Mr.
George Roddam, Mr. George Adams,

For Antigua: Miss Cece’ Grant, Hon.
Edwin Thompson,

MAIL NOTICE



Mails for St. Vincent, Grenada and
Aruba by the M.V. Daerwood will be
closed at the General Post Office as
under:—

Parcel Mail, Registered Mail and
Ordinary Mail at 2.30 p.m. TO-DAY

25th April, 1950.



Other Plans For

Y * r “7? ’
Salvaging ‘Potick

THE Schooners C.M.W. Ipana
and Maria Henrietta failed com-
pletely in the salvaging of the
Potick,

For two days these schooners
worked at the task, but with no
success. Whenever it seemed that
the vessel was coming above
water, the ropes snapped and it
sank to. the. Careenage’s bed.

It has been understood that the
Ipana received an urgent call
from British Guiana for a load of
tice for Barbados. The Ipana sailed
out on Sunday and the Maria
Henrietta has returned to its
berth.

Yesterday the Potick was left all
alone and apparently in the same
position. The owner is making
other plans for its salvaging.



$e

ADVOCATE



Im Carlisle Hay

IN PORT: Sch. Alexandrina R,,gnet, Capt. Potrice, for Trinidad; Agents
Yacht Tern Il, 8.8. Seabreeze, Seh, }Schooner Owners’ Association
Marea Henrietta, Sch. Everdene, Sch. M.V, Caribbee, 100 tons net, Capt
Emanuel Gordon, Sch. Burma D, Sch, [ Gumbs, for Dominica; Agents: Schoones
Lucille M. Smith, Sch: Princess Louise, } Owners’ Association. :
Sch. Mandalay Il, Sch. Mary M. Lewis. Schooner C. M. W. Ipana, SM wns

Seh. Mary E, Caroline,




Sets Lady J net, Capt, Compton, for British G

Noeleen, Sch. Molly N. Jones, Sch } Agents: Schooner Owners’ Associ
Henry D. Wallace, Sch. United Pilgrin S.S. lady Nelson, 4,055 tons net,
S., Soh. Lady Zoileen, Sch. Glori | Capt. Roach, for St. Vincent; Agents
- Gardiner Austin & Co., Lid.
ARRIVALS S.S. Alcoa Runner, 4,823 tons net
Capt, Martino, for Paramaribo; Agents
$.S.. Canadian Cruiser, 3,935 tons net | Robert Thom Ltd.
Capt. O'Hara, from Trinidad; Agents S.S. Winston Churehill, 5,115 ton
Austin & Co., Lid. net, Capt. Jones, for St Vincent;
S.S. Queen Ann, 5,019 ‘@ns net, Capt. | Agents: Da Costa & Co., Ltd
Mcfionald, from British Guiana; Agents S.S. Sunmont, 4,304 tons net, Capt.
ea & Co., Ltd. Weir, for Montreal; Agents; Plantations
.V. Daerwood, % to net, Capt. | Ltd.
DeCouteau, from St. Taio Agents S.S. Fort Amberst, 146 tons net,
Schooner Owners’ Association. Capt. Kean, for Martinique; Agents:
S.S. Johilla, 2,389 tons net, Capt. [Da Costa & Co., Lid.
Vivian, from St, Kitts; Agents: Da Costs Passengers arriving by the LADY
& Co., Ltd. NELSON were from Boston Bing
ene ee ina R., 31 tons net, rene. vara a ley, ag Sh
Capt, ith, St. Lucia; Agent: | Helen Knowles, Ro’ icAuley, Cath-
D. L. Johnson, Bsq, erine McAuley. From Bermuda—Dori
8.S. Fort Amherst, 1,946 tons net, | Smith, Doris Christian. From St. Kitts
Capt. Kean, from Grenada; Agents: | Neville Carter, Soina Carter, John Har-
Da Costa & Co., Lid. ris, From Antigua — Cox ,Thibou
Schooner Freedom Fleary, 23 tons net, | Judith Thibou, Alma Thibou. Fron
Capt. DeRoche, from Dominica; Agents: | Montserrat--Catherine Skerret, Sara!
Schooner Owners’ Association Daly, Robert Jemieson. From Dominica
'S.S. Lady Nelson, 4,655 tons net, Capt. | Janet Winston, Bdith Green

Roach, from St. Lucia; Agents: Gardiner ,

Aystin & Co., Ltd, Passengers leaving Yby the NELSON

Saneron, P, F, Cameron, W. E. Reeves. for St Vincent—-G. Manning, R
—- Da Costa, M. Reid, H. Ll. Hunte, M.

DEPARTURES Bustace, Mr. ls. Baneroit For Grenada

Schooner Emancel C. Gordon, 63 tons | A C. L. Peterson. For ‘irinidad—J, &



GOVERNMENT NOTICE
POLICE TRAFFIC NOTICE

OPENING OF THE LEGISLATHRE BY H.E, THE GOVERNOR



REGULATIONS made under Secti¢¢n 36 (2) of the Police Act,
1908—2,

1, On the 25th April, 1950, no vehicle shall be allowed to enter
the Public Buildings Yard between 2.15 p.m, and 3.30 p.m,

2. Drivers of vehicles conveying persons to the Ceremony shall
enter the Public Buildings Yard by the South Gate in single line and
after having set down the occupants shall immediately leave by the
North Gate and park as directed by the Police.

3. After the Ceremony drivers of vehicles returning for their
occupants shall enter the Public Buildings Yard by the North Gate
and leave by the South Gate

4. No vehicle shall park
Public Buildings Yard between

in or be allowed to remain on the

the hours of 1.30 p.m, and 3.30 p.m.
R. T. MICHELIN
Commissioner of Police,

Police Headquarters,

Bridgetown,

22nd April, 1950 23.4.50.—-2n,

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF THE WEST
INDIES.

A vacancy exists for a Lecturer in Morbid Anatomy in the De-
partment of Pathology, The salary scale is £800 x £50 to £1,000 x
£50 to £1,200, and the point of entry in the scale will be determined
by qualifications and experience.
the instruction of



The duties of the post will include
working for the medical degrees of the
University of London and routine surgical pathology and post mortem
work in the Morbid Anatomy Department of the University College
Hospital. Child allowance paid and superannuation under
F.S.S.U. arrangements. Unfurnished accommodation is available
at a rate not exceeding 10% of salary. The successful applicant will
be expected to begin work before November 30th, 1950. Applications
(twelve copies), giving full particulars of qualifications and the names
of three referees, should be received before-the 31steMay, 1950, by the
Secretary, Senate Committee on Higher Education in the Colonies,
Senate House, University of London, Malet St., London, W.C.1, from
whom further particulars may be obtained.

students

is 1S



A..M. WEBB





ORIENTAL
GOODS !!



PAGE SEVEN

HIPPING NOTICES.

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MONTREAL AUSTRALIA NEW
ZEALAND LINE LIMITED
(M AN.Z. LINE)
8.8. “DEVON” is expected to ar-
rive at Trinidad from Australian ports
about 20th May

The M.V. “Daerwood” will
accept Cargo and Passengets

S.S. “CETY OF DIEPPE” sails Port for St. Lucia, St. Vincent,
Firie April 29th, Adelaide May 5th, Mel-

Grenada, Aruba, sailing
Tuesday, 25th April, 1950.

borne, May 18th. Sydney, May 26th, Bris-
bane, June th, arriving at Trinida?
about 4th July, Barbados about July 9h

These vessels have ample space for
chilled, hard frozen and general cargo

Cargo accepted on through bills of
lading with transhipment ag Trinidad
{» British Guiana, Barbados, Windward
& «eeward Islands.

For further particulars apply :—

FURNESS WITHY & COMPANY, LTD

B.W.I. Schooner Owners”
Association (Inc.)

Tel. 4047.



Abcon Staaanahlge ll

Agents Trinidad. cael
WA COSTA & co, LTD., "
Kpetls ane ————————











NEW YORK SERVICE
a Arr.
ban i .Â¥, B'dos
SS “BYFJORD os 7th April 1th April
THULIN veereses 98ti April 8th May
NEW ORLEANS SERVICE
a a
sarees 0. B'dos
| 3s 1COA ROAMER" ., 22nd March 6th April
LCOA RUNNER" 3th April pril -

“ALCOA RANGER"
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23rd
19h April 4th

CANADIAN SERVICE





SOUTHBUUND
Name of Ship Sails Montreal Sails Halifax Arrives Barbades
“Alcoa Pilgrim” April 28th May 1st May 11th
“Alcoa Pennant” May 12th May 15th May 25th
{ . “Alcoa Patriot” May 26th May 29th June 9th
}

SORTHBOUND

Name of Ship Arrives Barbados

SS, “Alcoa Pe _ant April 19th For St. Lawrence River Ports
S.S. “Seabreeze” Apri) i9th rs St. John, Halifax os #
i St. Lawrence River Ports
S.s Alcoa Puritan’ May ist » St. John, Montreal],

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ROBERT THOM LTD,—New York and Gulf Service.

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RALPH A. BEARD eva.

Auction Rooms, Hardwood Alley
offers for sale

following second hand
Bargains :—

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(4 Years Guarantee)
C/t @. EB. American Fridge
‘4% Years Guarantee) |
Marquet American Deep Freezer
(3 Years Guarantee)
Marco Ice Cream Deep Freezer
(3_ Years Guarantee)
Candy Floss Machine, Canteen
of Cutlery, 127 pieces, Silver
plated Barrett U.S.A. Electric
Adding Machine (1 Year Oid),
8 Valve G.E.C. Radiogramme,
Stewart Warner, 10 Valve. (console
model), G.E.C. 8 Valve Twiri
Speaker Radio. Dining Chairs

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Numerous small Mahogany tables,
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other Fashion iture for your
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PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE FUESDAY, APRIL, 95

Rain Hampers
W.I. Practice Match

WALCOTT HITS 58 N.O.

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: ; EASTBOURNE, April 24.
SNOW, sleet and rain restricted play to three hours
today when the touring West Indies cricketers began a two



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comparatively new one, and
been introduced by Mr. Mottiey
in 1944, had increased appreci-|
ubly. That was due to the num-}
ber of children and old persons}
to whom the Board had to give
clothes. He coula only say that



i day ooo match here with Colonel! Stevens’ XI. | with th t rth
Py ay W ¢ wi the co-operation 0 e
ie Play was abandoned for the day after the players had |Guardians and the Vestry, he|
: n sent to the pavilion by snow and sleet. Colonel Stevens hoped to give of his | ‘
XI had then Scored 191 for 2 wickets. | Mr. Mottley said tt as tar as al ie Z hy
Pate ean ————¢ All the tourists were engaged ! he was concerned, he would make 7 es ; ;
(no apologies to anyone relative

in the match, five of them playing

iT 4 College A nd for Colonel Stevens’ XI which also

included five Sussex players and

Empire Play a local club man.

In spite of the adverse wedther

to his suggestion of the distribu-
tion of Outdoor Ciothing to the}
poor

He pointed out how it was
done, saying that he thought that}



Draw Game I-] eel eee ae en it was absolutely necessary ind iii
' . al incumbent upon themselves to —
‘ College drew one all with Em- Trestrail, only just recovers d from clothe those children who could 7
pire when they met in First}?? attack of measles and having not afford clothing to go to L .
Division football match at Kens-| 8 first practice since arriving in school, and so enable them to get © Yes, your baking results are better ; $0 Easy to tig,
ington Oval yesterday. England, batted aggressively for some sort of education. when you use Fleischmann’s Fast ° 1. Spotted
Wilson at the last ‘minute|the Colonel’s XI. He scored 45 He hoped Mr. Weatherhead Rising Dry Yeast. And wonder of won- ie orm a
scored for Empire to equalise with] not out including seven fours in would continue to see that the ders—you bake when you want to! Sg Water,
the school boys. Smith, during] his stay of 45 minutes. Old Age and other pensioners, as Fleischmann’s Fast Rising Dry Yeast + utes. Then sth
5 first half, netted College’s goal]! Two other tourists who played DENIS COMPTON, second from left, depicted at a reception at the Albany Club, London, witl, well as the destitute children got stays fresh in the cupboard for weeks. : When Shea
from a penalty for the Colonel’s eleven, Clyde the three West Indian fast bowler: left to right, Lance Pierre, Hines Johnson, and Prior Jones. clothes. He knew every school- Just as easy to use, when you bake at 5 package vel
Although neither team got} Walcott and Roy Marshall, showed We Spee RL ee eee ee eee master in the parish was interest- home) as compressed yeast. + Compressed yaaa |
wees. in oe. Meg — wrens eae a L Pj M k - bes — aa ; per po Get Fleischmann’s Fast Rising Dry 5 cake in Any teri |
~ o have the u r-hand o ow ling Marsha atted 50 children of the district got cioth- oe a ; .
i ea i i ance i1erre a es | Plans For ing so that they could attend Yeast today. At your grover's. veee one seurem

their opponents throughout the} minutes for his 23 and Walcott
school.

game. took 125 minutes for his unbeaten i “ : :

They were more often in Em-158 which included six fours. | A Commonwealth | Referring to Mr. Weatherhead’ o,f

pire’s goal area and had more} Lance Pierre the fast bowler a vm e e S| figures, Mr. Mottley said that the x Se 12%) without eit

opportunities at scoring. Theit} nq Sonny Ramadhin, who turned Car Vestry should be grateful for the HE

forward line combined nicely ana the ball “iitnen way made ihe comparison he had given, because

their back line was always iD} ijstemen cautious. | Ramadhin iy Peter Ditton Our London Correspondent it dic show that they did not sit

time to clear the area caren. eiteadl ingubies ae Pie ns é : }there merely to exempt them-
Smith, College’s custodian, Seiad as adil : u i ny “ ie LONDON. LONDON. elves from being taxed For

a wai a often, arene E ght ‘a tiie wear Ries JACK MERCER, former Glamorgan and Northants|_ Australian industrialist L. J | natanpe, the estimated expendi-
p 5 . . f J ) . . s . ° + . © . " — ‘e twee t . ven 39-

staek Gon Gente cede mS he was not bowling at top speed swing bowler, and now professional coach in Jamaica and Goes eae he te _— SE ed 1950-51, lA ri joploaed
Empire pursued a_ different] Smith and Walcott batted cau- to the Northants County side, visited the West Indian tn eel ad with oat ec ae f approximately 300 per cent.,|

game to College during second tiously and pushed the score along cricketers at practice this w eek and gave them a few words| ates, Mr. J. S. McCallum. He tolu| @"4 also showed that the rate had)







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half. They pressed hard for the steadily until Smith was bowled of advice Sr ee rant aE ea tert | gone from 8% per cent. in 1939-|
equaliser and when got, kept on] >y Lance Pierre, West Indies fast z ; He told tt t to try and |prod inn at tite . i 0 rar 40 to 12 per cent. in 1950-51 e .
pressing for an odd goal bowler, with a ball that kept low, a ee . sage = R ih se Peete Seni een Gece ee es , He wanted, however, to draw MOSQUITO
“ ‘ ‘ . ntti, si ig: “open O ef 7 “Reme or } | : : ra
Play started late at 118 Smith batted for two and tb . ‘] ae me beet va Mae The car was designea py a{:0 the attention of the members
i half hours, and hit five fours e climatic conditions are differ- |. ‘ sregoire.| that 1939-40, the < ol
a dike ein ent” he said. “Don’t try and baw! Frenchman, Mr. J. A. Gregoire.) "4* in tyes , the amount col- NETS
The Play Walentt wvas fol - fiieal anata ve fastest hit the ball 4 Mr. Hartnett went to Paris over|ected from city trade was)
aleott was joined by Trestrail yous seereer oa 1 ; pproximately $107,000 as c
: a : : aac ¢ 5 ae bring |Baster, and stayed the weekend! *PPrOximate’ ‘ as com
iets tak ; cate | ond the pair went for the runs. 5 har If you do you may bring ~~ S a ; | pared with $421,000 this year |
b umpire, taking the touch of | Walcott reached his 50 in 120 hee on some form of muscular} With the French designer. His!“ 1. suggested that the expendi-
school or roe pecconnga = minutes, but shortly afterwards pe trouble.” visit, he says, was very successful:| ture was nothing to cau . them
at " eeakee lores 4" : a ‘to rain, snow, and sleet forced the] a ‘ Mercer’s advice has been well|“! have approved the design and} jjarm, as no one had gone bank-
. ; = passe ©! players into the pavilion. Tea was]! : taken. Johnson, Pierre and Jones (4! is now ready to go ahead. rur They were rae” cadin!
Harper on the left wing who kept P : . rupt They were all very cau-
ron sa down. The Cohems backs taken have all concentrated on lengtn, The Commonwealth car, to be) tious, and had done everything to
however cleared the area. ’ No further play was possible rather than pace and of the bats- produced at low cost, will be/ayoid the unnecessary expendi-
College to over the attack io f . ' Hoke [ae ae: See ae men only Everton Weekes, who :s economical to run. A 6 horse- ture, bearing in mind they would
, , os ‘ 2 wickets. “A nail 4 _® te 1 , | power 4-seater, it is expected tol! r be . seting Yorupancy p
from Empir ids withir tive 2 Shite ton die accustomed to the English climate, : > pe not be collecting Orrupancy}
nint of of claw thes Mar ngi » Mamadhin anes 23 has shown any inclination to hit |}@o 60 miles to a gallon of petrol.| Taxes, 1
up laas.. “" 1 gmith b Pierre 53 Sie-ahine bathe. taal Maximum speed will be 75 miles We again have in stock MOSQUI
was the re of a penalty fon ty uate ee 2 in hour. Ii will be named after He expressed the hope that
conceded by Wilson, Empire’s Ext . Awkward I ts producer, “Hartnett” W hatever nape. ned, the poor NETS with Round Hoops. These
right half, who fouled in the pen- Pierre, ulthough not wling would not be altowed to suffer. °
alty area : 2 yi ys anywhere near his fastest mar The Price Present at the meeting were: | not been obtainable for some {
Smith, playing inside left for to get one or two good ; Mr. B. A. Weatherhead, Church- | i
College took the kick which he ANALYSI balls to rise sharply and o ; Price f the car on the narket warden (i) the Chait ))» Hon V. and you are advised to call early
powerfully and accurately sent o. M R W them, to Jeff Stollmeyer, nearly |W** 8 about £400 Australian] C. Gale, MLA » Mi A. R. Toppin,
chest high and to the right of S erre a 2 4 laid the batsman out. Fortunately | (equivalent to just over £300 in| Mr. A. S Bryden, Mr. T Bowring, make sure that you get one orf
I. Smith in goal ; SB 9 for Jeff he drew away his chin at Britain). This is cheap by Aus- a J. m, be Grannum, Mr. H. A ‘ P
Immediately after Empire ! ua (ae hae the vital moment and the ball) ‘talian standards. OXy one make udor, Mr. C. A. Braithwaite, Single hed size §] ae
swept down and made a serious a Pes 14 0 has thudded into the back ret, A, ©! (HOLDEN) has been pro- = E a age M.C mas - - — a
threat < the College oal. but 0 4 0 or am ¥ ‘lt duced in the e try § rs nase, Mr. F. ¢ ;oddard, M.C.P., i
al, bu 1; Wides 1 few minutes later Walcott wer uce 1 the country so far, and _ CC Wee . .
their effort was ne i when| vnReties forward to another good length| that sells at about £700 Australian. ~ C. C. Browne, Mr F, McD. Double bed size . ae § ]
Le : onan tes sah We ‘ g length | s about enh Giles osha
Harper misshot, send the ball CLYDE WALCOTT ball outside the off stump. Th A MORRIS MINOR (8 h.p.) one nmonds. 1
at st the right goa OK —_——_—__—_ Y +} } >
; ae z x = goal 5 - | ball whipped in sharply mal he smallest British cars ex-
olle; k up a continuous] ° : n + C i ported, cost over £6( i Aus- *
bul tame attack ahs fmpire’s goal caught him on the thigh. Clyde} portec 2601 0 in Aus-} Argentine Senator
are Cine owever rare] | RED WINGS WIN | ~ still has the bruise, but as he sé var rrency, after unport and .
3 however, rarely| Everton Beat i a cen a a le taxes have been paid Arrives In London
é passed the back line | ‘ wh ‘ Ee .. oe ne: Oe wot y + LONDON )
; At half time, College was 1 ICE HOCKEY CUP which I caught hold of uld ns og can & 4 .SOp 4 hy aN Y, April 24
: 4 Car fv like Mi Hartnett senator Alberto Durand, chair- "









Empire 0. Empire came back out| — ; Police 1--0 have gone for four runs ar, i you like, Mr, fart
; . iced DETROIT ‘pril 24 Attracting great srest. not| told me. man of the Argentine Budget and
r looking for goals, but College’s Detroit ; . Attracting great interest, ) Fi i ae 4 oe Nl, 12, & 13 BROAD STREET
defence was too stubborr The etroit Red Win won the! fverton beat Police 1—0 when|only from English pressmen but Mr. Hartnett has visited several}, inance Committee, arrived here 0,
} ball was kept up and down the St@nley Cup, emblematic of the| they played a third division foot-|also from his own colleagues, has| factories in this country making] 2°” SU) lay after talks with }
= « » 1 . 7 I i i
) field , World Professional Icehoeckey} ball match at Queen’s Park}been Sonny Ramadhin. His skil-| contracts for materials and parts ae, = A] anco in Madrid, and
: ; *hamt \ : ss i a ; ] " we . . . z : ‘ “The ignor Alcide de Gaspe Italig ee POSS Oe
‘ Another pe nalt y was awarded . e lip, by beating New | yesterday ifternoon This was|ful concealment of leg and off} needed for his project The Py oe + ae mM Re a 7 a PRO er = BORON “
College when W t sain fouled| *°r! ers by four umes to} ibe only third division match andJ| breaks had both Bob Christiani completed car will have practical- a yet et
n Colle; Smith re the est of seven seri¢ both vean played a fast game ind Roy Marshall going the vrong| ly a 50 per cent British content Senor Carlos Hagan, Argentine
7 : | . : “ . 5 Bh } : ‘ iumbassador h > met hin & sha q
sien toue" tala. panmite but Kiceeal “Reuter. [Police had many chances to] way. ‘Both batsmen afterwards} he said. Soa Guiee ures! even te ELDERS & FYFFES LID
, . jualise but ne\ nade much otf oe is enator Durand teay t
: “— oat. * ws ren: eee an agreed that it was no use watchir | He ‘ ‘ ' for the Ut ted St tes t : he —
mpire ni age i Ramadhin’s hand to see which ; :

etting rders

_mnpine. this stag R 0 see w way of the —Reuter. a ror
| cies bt the Collane nook, | ‘| Our Re aders Say: Sprenerere CE ee ee re cg {ent watch att
c exceptionally ro ger u Australia Si r] Friendly Football

the Sch Boy custodian am- . ' I > ‘ in nm E ¢ and i
t ean Si ith, was anticipatir ia am @ From page 4 Cannon Blows Up can “cut” i without giving aPy | there has been a big demand fron f [’ ¢ . ‘ . 6 | 1

and receiving the ball into his| 5s e the . ne Rent rys he = a * i aa . “abel , Petailers | Association GO [TQ
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hound: | een atk heen tee nga’?
With just fe sak nib to gt roa chon Act a ased on d be the urpris¢ eket Ir. Hartnett, who irtime | PO-DAY'S PIXTURES
* VadsOhauvle nta . ;
Empire got the equaliser Thi erm , special }toul Director of Ordnance Production}] Tambrose 3t, Matthew's Old Row
resulted from a melee near Col-| would have to asse a BIRMINGHAM, England oe t Canberra, expects to return t St. Leona Referee: Mr. E, Reece ; ‘ ' .
lege’s goal 1outl Wilson ant air value rent in contentious eee AY tr ilia . sot t tw ; ne ke a age Manio at the Bay. Hetetne is due te arrive here on SATURDAY MORN :
hold of the ball and easily tapped|°a8es; calculated on the market} pit Wola ‘War, a 75 mm. Gere B.B.C. Radio Veogramme | time at ° een 29TH APRIL from Southampton and will be
7 bs re : the oual . : ‘ First rid 1 a 75 YY re De oo-_—_..... : . ee
it in. The score was then one all,|Y#lue or the average market} Pi a Se d SSS , ing the same afternoon for Trinidad,
Play ended vithout further | Value for some few years previous aa 7 . ne p Os TUBSDAY, APRIL 5, 1950
I t rile f ) 1 The Ne 1.10 ‘
scoring from either tean y, on the repairs (estimated) ana | ©°UC" ey yea ora i “iia sin he It’s G T J 7
or ' Oy} Ana tS ain, Soinphce i ; GOOD TO KN¢ ' om : ‘
The teams were:— taxes payable, depreciation oi) CUS! Birm 117-45 a.m eT eect | e Ww There is ample accommodation available
f ti t che | Py > i | . ¥ : oa 1
College Smith. Gibbons.| uzmiture et ror ials, 9.10 am | IASC ali passengers going to Trinidad, 1
PH Ford, Simmo St. John, Morri I y mind. tt : In 19 : crap| Poe ote Dn S & ;
Bed, Smith, Tudor, Willlams,| best comes tn'my bone ed Pa ass bes ice Prom TOKYO 3 MINI ‘ARE $82
+ Meaf ri course In my humble opin | { ee oe, bee | J * ] iris is } 2 . MUM FARE $24.00 :
i Medford lion th . le . - } Li Choice ! On bhe Japan's baseball moguls, seeking is Matured Blend: ¢
the called unscrupulou Recently Frederick Der | 115 p.m. Radio Newsree wine oure f revenu t d Bottl \ :
Empire Smith, Bynoe. Grant,| /@2clords would benetit from this year-old dismantler turne in| Jol I 5 Bar 2 p.m. Th i ata eVENUC, aPC Casts an ottled >» py as ‘
; mith, Bynoe, Gran ! wh nantler, turned an} Qi. John Bi a Me | ing w alancoe % + Nonny > vwone 4230 “te Agen’
Wickham, Alleyne, Wilson, Tay.| aod many tenants grumble! eal heath” mebtabe 10 Home News | fron ag wate glance: at the feminine 2 2 ; \
ior. Hab a hahas ar . D Y half of the population. ” | Ni
: abb, ‘§ nonds, Draytor harged are not, on the whole, as 5 Ralio Theatre, 4 p.m. The News : s i « SON
Harper exorbitant as they seem. It would The gun exploded } 410 p.m. The Daily Service, 4.15 p.m As a starter in their campaign ’ Ste ee
imake for more itisfaction| ‘py k lenae, ‘wae ie 7 5 pn : Bery!| to make Japanese women baseball LTD
Refer \ S tte é SLE o There had been a ve hell in| me 9.15 p.m pograsmur -arad cons . + . larida ce .
» Referec hh G n between landlord and _ tenant,| jt for 30 ve _ . - 5 43 nas, Rediscovering Wordsworth ribu . "18 boy f ae ; ant WILKINSON & HAYN N (0
: chal , or ¢ ears 5 p.m. Voice of the Violin, 6 p.r tribute 000 free tickets to a J ,
ince the tenant w a, for once Derrick suffered bu bout | Concerto, 7 p.m. The ‘News, 7.10 > m.}]major league game , No wonder "
; appreciate the difficulties of a e eye News Analysis, 7.15 p.m. Westward Ho | _ ae we §
B G Ss ] 7 landlord, the losses sustained when 745 p.m. Letter from Londo : 3 pn all club owners say they 5 out of 10 people say 2OOSBEL*.“ VWOSSSSONG30! - 359600000006
et oY. OC ects i house is empty for tw r thre $30 = Sale ‘den oe be en oe ee 2 Ene ee ae S
e Mpt) oort 2 30 p.m. Claudio 4 u. 9 p.m. Mee 7 aa ee: hain ‘ " & S ; a Et ae
? . mn months It would not restrict ee ee the Common wealth, 9.30 ptr Sone will make a large proportion of again
: Bisley I eam building of new houses — an im- | Bull's Band, 10 p.m. The News, 10-1 the women confirmed fans ;
! portant point, since the cause of Th W | aay ae ae ct 10.15} Up to now, only a few Japanese STUART & SAMPSON LTD
; (Barbados Advucate Corre ‘ : -) ; _ . » 10.4 a es apo A acter gee womer ave attende I »b: )
) r most high rents in the world are ( enthe r oe Report from Britain, 11 p.n roe ! the attended baseball Yeadquarters for Best Rum {\
GEORGETOWN, April 24 lortage nd it would not bi games N.S, |
The following have been se-|Necessary to place difficulties and tO-DAY \ ee SS SSS
tx lected to represent British Gui-|restrictions in the way of a land : [ |
yoy ana at Bisley }lord who wishes to give a tenant rw | amg ‘oy, | ’
ny am ° , Sun Sets: 6.11 p.m ( 4
; | notice > p | |
‘ x Warrant Officer F Alleyne Moon (First Quarter) April
Mr. J. A. Sutton, Major F. T.| Yes, Mr. Tudor, Rent Restric- 25. .
pie hy Manley, Mr. D. B. Staubyn, M1 ine would be a good thing, as Lighting: 6.30 p.m — y Fl T ;
4 G. K. Ridley, M. T.. Driver.} long as it is based on a fair value High Water; %17 am., Je " Sh SST y ° .
« P. Hing and Ridley (reserve) rent: you see, I am a landlord 11.44 p.m. ; c
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TORIES WILL VOTE AGAINST LABOUR

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STRIKE AFFECTED SHIPS
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LONDON, April 24, | |
began unloading urgently needed foodstuffs in |

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; London’s port to-day as the five day old unofficial dock
spread to nearly 13,000 workers.

strike ——————#l On Cabinet orders about 1,000
jtroops and sailors entered the

, e D tro Ss | dock this afternoon on “Opera-
we es 'ys tion Springtide” to unload some |
of the 80 idle ships. They started

Ener work immediately on unloading

i tom “ ZY foodstuffs. —
. i. As they did so several hundred
Buil more dockers joined the 12,500 al-
ready out in protest against the

| expulsion from the Transport and
IN CALIFORNIA
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Election |

CHURCHILL CRITICISES
DEFENCE SYSTEM |

LONDON, April 24,
JINSTON CHURCHILL announced to-day that t
opposition would vote against the Government on twé





General Workers Union of three



here Mrs. Ros a .
wr wee of the budget proposals on Wednesday.
men alleged to have taken part PICTURES taken on Guian
. Calif., April 24 | in last year’s sympathy stoppages

Defeat on either of these votes would, it is saianill

‘ involve the Government's resignation and a new Genera
top, a rea |
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Island, which

for the Canadian seamen’s strike,

Official figures announced be-
fore the Cabinet's troops decision |
put the total strikers at 12,489.
Official total stil} working was
13,140 but an unknown further
number had walked out this after- }
noon. |

Only docks in the Port of Lon-
don not affected were those at |

_ Fire, and explosion destroyed
the Atomic Energy Commission's
administration building here last

memes shot into the sky from

building near the giant cyclo-
on installation.

The first was brought under

- gontrol before it could spread to





ice Election. The issues on which the votes
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*will be taken are the increase ir

of | |the petrol tax and the tax -or
pond in foreground House . | lorries |
Pctiom left shows” hits No Agreement “We shall feel it our duty. tej

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onke Not to do so wouid be abrogat ]
n atom = smash-/ °C ; rudely | as » rights of Parliame
the ve ’ Tilbury, several miles up the | eans | . Tre ing the rights of Fasiament oad
machine. ; . river —~tIReuter e| Says “ of fear of precipitating an appea
* ission officials declined : ‘ \ to the public”.
to disclose if any irreplacable . : The increase in the petro
data was lost. Nor U S SHOULD = . + r + LONDON, Apri ' tax was a new burden on_ the
they say what the build- oe ) } . T 6 x America will opy ¥Y MOV©| travelling public. The tax ot
‘ing contained. | C t H 4 O nS to reope cirect negotiations | the purchase price of vans and
27h guard was at once thrown NOT PAY ommunists f HE. Opens [2 p settlement of difte:-| jee aay price Of vans. an
mound the area and thousands 7 | We e ives n eer ark : ences | een the viet Uni pipes the economy and 7
- attracted by the flames were P ’ I ht ] > | e I; 1 ire e We 1 power: url f our production and distribu-j
5 : A | | A 40 ; I }
kept outside the high electrified BRIT AIN S DEBTS) 1 0 ice Is a l wee ere on’ Mr. Churchill said |
which enclosed the site. y maida tl Vi { ° ry Forel li er prepara-, le contended that. the new
ie r . sa? AS ON, April 24 / J A at ‘ :
|The University of Cal:fornia’s oerat Sona cont | La Stop Arms Near Antigua oday ened to-| taxes were dizegted. . towards
H; 000 cyclotron is in a con- Democrat mene Tom Connail-| , 4 t ites tiniiale ers poe the travelling’ . public 1
; Ae 4 7, chairman of the Senate For-| | yey a) . ,
ut 350 feet|/¥, chairman o 7 Vie iel : bo i , me { e ‘ nd industry to use the nat nal}
__ crete building about 3 eign Relations Committee to-day | ANTWERP, April 24 IRS. ROSAMUND WRIGHT, the owner of a group of HIS XCELLENCY the Gov- |?! na im try t ’ . pigs ”
from the fire. A security guard 7 ; i one Pai ae aM J 5 ann t i vays and to. offset tha
i said the burned buildings housed described as “astounding” a re-| Two hundred ( ommunists twice | ands off the northeast coast of Antigua, is leavin Opt r ae i + Ailniding cies: ae ao aire i
ce of apparatus”. _— proposal by =e ae ie pee pales cordons ios to-morrow by the SiS. “Gascogne’ e| on u Ms gis ee c cast eights and. passengts: feres i
Federal Bureau of Investiga~|Overmment that the ey eer we 9 ODA wariiee. . will be away for about six months and 1 the ‘ si ee Ae hae Ami Criticising the way in which|
i G-Men) joined Com-| States should assist wit dollars, Signing on 2,000 workers needed E cae t ‘ Li \ ession ; 800.000.000 ‘ar was beingii
} een cn fais ho Semadions in the payment of Britain’s ster-| to work the night shift in. port to her island home, Guiana, the largest of the group penec yy His Excellency Sir[! ae a fen ie : Churchill |
s i aym i Diitain s ster . a s ae mm } 1 “+} Hi 1 2 cod > {spent eftence, MF. |
J Seine the cause of the} ling balance debts to India, Egypi,| The clashes followed reports that there are about a cozen small islands, some littl big-| H lary Blood on Decembe 2h, ft , | ee oxpenditers” tastes
7 Mo. one ‘was working in. the and other countries, 'a shipment of Atlant Pact ; rms | ser an arge rocks, with only ; hrubs on their rocky | 948 ar ted t 11 April 4 950 Payot ' at fs ttentian }
DP kaen when it started Connally added “It is my view! from America was expected. The u [euaena ee eee oe Wai ae ; “Tam sure there nevet was a}
) The 5,000 ton cyclotron is one| that the United States cannot and | foremen gave up the attempt to| _SUEISCe.____ The isla lively | TBS ‘eek rics Mr. } Act ' sibility; time when we got@less value in|
of the t powerful in the}Should not entertain the British | Sign on workers ‘Great Bird’, ‘Little Birx Pe : fia ( 1 » neg ioa}lighting power for the immense
i most p , lan.” | Windows of the signing-on j } TS WINDOW d is : he 1 he 1948—50 f° hich Parli ne ae antl
world. It is a key centre a ex-} plan mews Sadie ware smashed inthe seut- | | SPOR pbi Red Head Vilar i | Sessic vas oloustul attain. At a ums lich Parliamen as vol
iments in nuclear fisson. —Renter,, | ore aso arene ge 24 and ielis. G re sé 1 ( oapetie thodhand phosin eaved? propaganda ed,” he sai
Free en ogo ws, repo: ecatnsy parce" a ell] Savannahs Club» Mies cigeacrcece, "uniane poopl sa en Foreign Dangers |
ed to have produced a new ele- « 5 naa biel Nate tea hla ennis lournamen An Antiguan Steel Ba Match. taind House of Assembin pit aw ith, HH Or foreign dangers, which
f number 87 the heaviest Reconim:endations Lae tee ‘cone weet ae YESTERDAY'S &ESULTS been named after ‘Hell’s Gat Chambe ft op embled } °°! | he ©} seem to be sharpening, will not be
known in the atornic scale. x ° eer PAP dig hPa. Sho ee sd Men's Singles (Final) G. 1. Map- Guiana Island was first settle at their Headquarter t Fairchild 4 work ‘ ( \ ii ©} warded off by water and effectual |
? The eyelotron fires “ee For Big Three j Pride Von ben wena aes \} . ee by the Dutch from Dutch Guian treet . po i t | Cxbencines of money, but rather?
; : 7 at a te g ( it ame aft th Mr. K } | Mosct ¥ cor é ) : si
e or protons—to smash LONDON, April 24 |munist member of the Belgiz n 70-D Axis FINTORE r , hence its name ) after i the Mr. K Husbands, junic r Mos« ec a once meee ae fone se
> the “core” of atoms. The “core Rec onda mn mé f| Chamber of Deputies, began call-| Wood sai or°C..G" Manama jireaty of Breda in 1667." How-! member for St. Peter was elected The question. of renewed at-} of war power in the ligt of our}
‘is the seat of radio activity. Rec ommendations on many of|© ee : strike Mis Bo a t and P. Mee ever the name deteriorated t Speaker. This was the first elec- [tempt to find a working agreement | isnowledge, i
—Reuter. the questions to come before the cali we covers pe oa : rst Basay 5, ees teas : Guapa during the time it was the fdas kine in-Berbace With: Moserw Wah itt Neleved. | Obser Vivre that Britein could not@
4 . Big. Three Western Foreign Mine ae eee the querentecdl amivemy reat ade yi pate owned “by the Codrington fa ily His Excellency the Governor Ibe exa €d during the Acheson-| ©*! anentiy in an elec uo}
= leven Craterance ane se een eat ‘of living allowance to|{| the c eS and is still mis-spelt Guana on] appointed Hon'ble Mr. H. A. BBevi chumat lk I ion} atmosp . Churenill added amid}
Dowry For A many, Austria and South East eg ne oe ant some maps of Antigua Cuke, O-B.E., M.L.C. to be afhext te ; laughte Here we are in thef
: ° Asia, will be made by the three eaten we = —— ae % 4 pent a In 1927 it was bought by Ma-| member of the Executive Com- : ‘Western|supreme crisis of our history]
5 poking arty. wi began | Minimum o urs, and against) etl ee Sea eo . : nae ster : lee obi ond noube: earl
Princess power working party which began the unloading of American arms.” | jo Hole who died last year, ar littee fc he 148-50 sessio: ee anc : NPP: oe i
its first formal session in London } . Mrs. Wright bought it from hin he Le la € ho sha ay who is the cat andj
4 JOPHPUR, CENTRAL INDIA to-day, it was believed in diplo- | Pol pooewcned sade " l oO Cc 100 ., fabout two and a half eal go The ernor als« ppointed Y entat { who Ireouse 4
» CHI 4, |matic circles here. OCG: CVOCMAIES FAS, SERINE |O she and tl Majo ti ter] Mr. G, H ams, Dr, H. G, Cur ‘ f each; _ The tion was how long canfi
; Fr fer a. These sources say the working| depot and in the fighting two Ow ‘axes ; “ Tin ; in tine ; ame Mir. M. E. Cox, and Mr, I : : ; , . the country afford to be agitated jf
_ Forty-seven Royal Chamber- viv wii P. : : ant| policemen and one communist! oe . : ay ; : i , | , al nflict.” ;
: . ill be far more importan oe k and many years ag W alc ) he House \ ‘ : icological conflict.
_ Maids, a richly caparisoned ele- dg had eituinaity bee n ae were injured ( a Island oT a ‘ | t embe Exec i | “The ulf whieh separates the ti
17 prancing steeds and five ed, and will, if the three pow ers | According = American err | \pril 24 half miles long anc ry | ec ‘ | ‘Wo side f the House so equally jj
y cars were among items of podneee , Ps ot lied in Brussels no vessel carrying Fe man . z oe {ea ¢ 1 n Ey i “ve ; | ba ed is not a gulf of « s, nor®
arrive at the solutions of several > 2 i. | ~~ S epar nT i EXC al a guilt iSs, 5
dowry presented by the Maha- of the issues which will come| American arms to . delgiun rae wv r€. the mainland of \ | . ppointec < P , } doe t make a breach in funda-@
i raja of Jodhpur to his sister, Prin- before the : Foreign Ministers | yet left the United States. ‘ mall a har nel ; out r ty | , . 4 } mental brotherhood }
_ cess Rajendra Kunvarbai, on her heniselvis, who will then simniy| The International Trar Catholic schools receive state | * ie vide. When Majo le } | he Conservative ard ‘Liberal il
t She was married on review and approve the decisions. Workers Fed ration, = PS 7 Yd DSIdie vas living there he had On- Gr H ida Finance, Whe Ccreta wee rti and for a way of life
; Saturday to the Juvraja (Crown HH te tha ght that the Ministers| (Uarters are in London. to-day Four mee eld yesterday toon bridge -ac ross the rre a et Taxat E 1 Natl At l it ever tage multiplie
; ) of Baroda. The dowry as Us ill ns the} @enounced as “criminal” the|at Fougeres, Pontmain. Ch at this. Hes now fallen. to bit in ‘ } the choice pened to individuals. §
among which also includes an an- | themse Ripe Win. terre ye. 203 ic. | Communist attempt to hold up|{a-Valliere and St Dabrent-Sur |,” sass cusrent fawn 4) We FF oa, Labour, ist devotees stand for the
armoury, silver bathtubs, |top level conference only dis | the unloading of an arms ‘ip 1) Sevres—were attended by Catho-| ‘> ois Te , Medical fealt} 50 Ser | itis atiog ules.”
. . d iestior and ch mat- : s channel | iitipi ut oF rules,
an ice factory has an esti- | agree Questions. a w ctuate.,,| Antwerp this morning. lie parents from all parts of West- Ta ices, Pe and Pris« he 5 eadl i M Churchill continued: “We
_Mated total value of 1,500,000 | ters of overall diplomatic trate “Y! In a statement the Fede rauonjern France from Normandy to: Four Houses | Mr. M Coa ide, ( cs : : 1 ie nd half I havell
Tupees. A 31 gun salute and ajas the desirability for a fresh {declared that the Communists | Charente . , : erce, Customs Post Office : : Inever known. this. country split i
of silver coins greeted the approach to Soviet Government! ccorted to “brute force” as they Nine bishops participated at the There are foam hous¢ Gu \w Nes Light , ; aaa | batch. Haut ind Save eae od q
mM. —Reuter. on atomic control, knew they could not hope to per-/St. Laurent meeting Monsignor ; 278: "Great Hous rt. Me Vateott ¥ uiture |}, Unit Nat On Page 3 i
Pe ear Ree eee suade the great majority of|Cazaux, Bishop of Lucor said: | Mrs. Wright lives and thre ner) ane Fisheric Commu tion ™ : 7 — ® rs
TY workers to stop work. Ve are not refusing to pay taxes, | S™aller cottages, The only other | P Work —_——_.
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—Reuter. keep our money until further |™ingo and Faulkner com rom

AMMAN, April 24 l notice Rectan | Tortola | rom Air Crash Site
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KING ABDULLAH OF JORDAN announced to-day | Sew [Mrs. Wright has introdured paw

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that his Government had decided to annex Arab Palestine. Clash Expected Telephone W orkers | paw and sheep to the island a 4 eet Pe ae ate EO Oe e “i QO °
He told the new Parliament when it met here that the : att tain trail

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annexation measure would be presented to them for| In Berlin Soon On Strike bt -US;- | wer species of donkey. Her house | Friday American = Skymastes ti
eel in a constitutional manner. al WASHINGTON, April 24. "o~ \ which with the thremusettede lane crash, and sent them back “+ Beesythisie’s — theen ‘: PS

Speech from the Throne, area and pc 8 Jordan, / pe ee. + NEW YORK ri) 2 in the centre of the islanc | kohama headquarte . ' , }
In his speech f he TI nd population of Jorda : ca oe ao I a ad W RK, April 24, | he headq ee a
; King Abdullah said Jordan stood|had been generally expected. O tive United States Government has \ coast to coast strike of 10,000] reached from the narrows by | escort perfect today! Even the , ;

‘with its wings spread over the|the forty deputies recently elected ie Pa fighting with tanks and |t@lephone equipment workers be-| road which runs up the middle| Late als of General a a ee ae it
f a ane West banks of the River|ta the Jordan Assembly, Mh wt guns might break out in Berlin | 8am officially at 6 a.m. local time|of the island Great House gen Jougla tacA i‘ aa reme Ais xe u if
_ Jordan, represented Arab districts in next month between Western | to-day, bet: six workers had|erates its own electricity by| ‘ied Cr apan, 20-1 adventure in luxury.” iy

“It lies within its natural rights] Palestine. Allied forces and the Russian-| refused through muddy| means of a Delco engine and is | nounce; vas no official if
reunite its peoples.” Arab League officials here be- mache German Communists elds to a job at South Bend, In-|in telephone communication wit | Peasor e unusu ecurity sag vy !
Britain is not believed to have|lieved today that a League “This statement was made “off | diana the mainland, with an extension east . Dh, | knew you'c i!

formally consulted about the Council might be convened tOling tecord” to a meeting of al- Last mi a“ a a avert Sint Ae at the narrows ii : a er Pc 4 ; like du Maurier; \

@nhexation but she anq Israel are | consider King Abdullah’s annexa-| ost every important newspaper | stoppage collapsec he strikers , foe ea ae ia a ‘ oH i

expected > eee d Is tion of Arab Palestine, but was ection in the country, and was] Were responsible for building and Overrun by Mongeese | crashes } ne 5,000 s * hig : they ave made for

Earlier this ab; unlikely to expel Jordan. widely published in the American | maintenance only, unless there When she arrived she found} ‘iru , mga ps - iust such particular
month the Ar u y I C i \ rs i)
a ext move it oan a\ hould be a breakdown requir-]only donkeys and yeacocks run- sya HO, Srv ivOns
League, rhich i hey felt that the next move in| press today ’ : I "
wo sy seat Sip eeame To 5 ntous and It provoked little editorial com-| ing repairs. The public will not] ning wild, she was able to tame LIER earchers who found] », ople as you, }
Palestine of the “Gaza}one of the most MOME base “ea s/s ‘ iw is not attriputed to} be affected —Reuter. @ On Page 5 the plane yesterday, cordoned off 7 H
Tnment’’ cf Haj Amin El] dramatic happenings in we eis any hemes “of. the. Government | the area, dismissed all spectators i
» Mufti of Jerusalem, de- sation'’s five-year oes, te ty. name although every official, | from _ the ene, and confiscated {
“ite King Abdullah’s plan as|most likely be a = oo diplomat, and diplomatic corres- oe ill the film they could - Des- |
” . " eur , et, s | < ; .
E formula to preserve unity ae ea te cana T; dad / W L pite these preeautions, the Ja
The League was expected to! Officials who gathered excitedly ee sae i at rini a@wyer ans panes¢ ess to-day published
: ‘ = acle i © “ tut ‘ ge
Bard Jordan as only the “ad-|round a ae. Se Abdul- The spo%esman was referring to . picture the weeskaus, i
ie authority” of the| quarters to listen a NS ee ih the forthcoming Whitsun cenien- ote rou In Parliament eurer “You know, I’ve never tased any
annex area endin a final/lah’s not unexpected decis stration in Berlin in the course o yf i
Palestine Settigenent, . expulsion would be difficult. heels Communists from all over cigarette so cool and smooth,”’
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scennieey | western sectors of the city (From Our Own Correspondent) lalks In Rio ie : ‘th :
< | ) The spokesman referred to Ber- , - j flavour of really choice Virginia
| lin as “next on the calendar of | LONDON, April. 24 Ministers Our only hope lies in RIO De JANEIRO, April i 7 that appeals to me.”
NTIGUA i major world developmen s” and A West Indian Parliamentary | getting Stead from here Tar Businessmen representative of .
A! Laas } jto events es as having taken | srouy will, it is hoped, be formed | West Indian Parliamentary Group | aln iil American countries
merre Sse } “an ominous direction” n Er id in the next few weeks. | here could meeting, it would | attended to-day the fifth plenary
if an I ee al In BNg.and in ) vi ° ere could call a meeting, it woulc it 1d 1a the I F 7 “ 4 ‘i *
vel He gave. a list of what he alled Instigating this over there is M.G.}atwact delegates from all West ; mceting of Inter-American Coun- | ++ cool, smooth compan
wo} | “recent aggressive move bY Sinanan, lawyer and politician | Indian islands, but if an attempt | cil of mmerce and production } ionship for your journey. By
; | Russi from Trinidad, and legal adviser Was made by any individual in/ ut: Sant vhere for five days . AL :
| He said that the Soviet to the Butler Party Trade Union. |the West Indies to call a similar |the Council will discus proce | ~- the way, the du Maurier
jment seemed to be _seekit Mr. Sinar ime here .from |mecting in Barbados or Trinidad | ti: f free enterprise, currency filter tip is considered
| liberately to step un tt Ps F frinidad to ntact er or Jamaica, that meeting could not robler: nvestment Latin- | the greatest discovery
ture and tension of Internauiona@l find out why he h vot ke have 100 per cent support eri nd the Truman plan Rea — 7 :
iffairs, anc a howin TOW- touch h the Unior nee arriv- Meanwhile the mystery sur- eveloped ountrie in smoking enjoyment
jing recklessne POssib! e auge ing here 18 months ago. He is also rounding the appearances and dis- | Majo ge n the initial- made in the past fifty
of their development ne stoMe | contacting Members of Parlia- appearances of Buzz Butler con-|jy prepared 1948 Bogota Economie aa
bomb nent in an endeavour to build upj;tinues to grow. Since his arrival Agreement will also be discussed years.
li ry interest.in B.W.I here in June 1948 ee Mr —Reuter,
\ 1¢ M.P.’s he thinks could | Creec h Jones, Butler has had over cnencaenequemtateesinmnsen There'll never be a
S ane Fs “tf “y | Se interested in joining this group | $15,000 t him by h union ,
sugar actor Mr. Tc Driberg, Dr. Hya-!How thi noney has been dis- R hb 7 i f better cigarette
ss ~ . nth More: Mr. L.. D. Gammans, osed of, if it has bes lisposec u er p
W ill Close Reve R. W. Sorenss f, till unknown te nig SINGAPORE, Apri :
| 5 eneves that the futur bearing ir nin the forthcomir Mai
ANTIGU Ny } £ ect art ‘ i
The 1 ; Ve've got | whether or not 2 7 THE EXCLUSIVE FILIER TIP CIGARETIE
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. MAI of Antigua howing the positic f Gui a iSial ae. for the Ant ia S r - n the West Indies | unlikely that Butle anne : pe t Russia oupled with SOLE DISTRIB R: WILKIN AY TO.» BRIDGETOWN Ff iM
i ae of islands owned by Mrs. Rosamund Wright 1 at present ies iow ome 4 et ; United West Indian|turn to Trinj a nid Gortetile ected. hor ypplies fron _
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Carib Calling

FAREWELL sherry party

was given by the Colonial
Office last week for Sir Georgt
Seel, new co-Chairman of the
British Caribbean Commission
Sir George, formerly Assistant
Under-Secretary of State for the
Colonies, is on his way to the
West Indies, to take up his ap-
pointment.

“Weenie Roast’’ Party
N SATURDAY at their resi-
@thce, ‘Flores, Kent, M:.
and Mrs. R. C. Laffan gave 4
‘Weenie Reist’ party to celebrate
Mrs. Laffan's birthday.

It was great fun, everyone
roasted their own Weinens—a
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7 ypist Made. PARTY PASTIMES Tel/ yout daugater b
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PAUL REVERE'S side’ to use Paradol
Good amusing party TODAY 5.00 AND 8.30 and WEDNESDAY 5.00 P.M gy},
wf ra ar et IF IT IS ACTION YOU WANT SEE THIS Dov ”
2 ae specting ; ’ — OUBLE
Eileen Herlic 3 Bs ba te See :
— es OUICK ON THE TRIGGER
| ye h
| a dra a ' ~
} She ha is
starring part in a i .
called “The the] ot jects roug!
Trumpet” az f its] m ist pick the way—a glass
premiere ‘va in al water, a potted plami, a hat
B.B.C., p sk ed| ton-2to, a milk bottle, etc _. | “Phe first years are the worst!”
pation = She| naan eon ee in they say. That’s why many wise
first pl y > | blipafold ‘him and, while he is; ™° thers advise their daughters earty
fourteen. It fired her w ith ~| being twirled around amid lots that Paradol helps save needless
ition to be an actress but when| of noisy comments, have another suffering from periodic pains. No
she gathered en ugh courage to| guest win is “in” on the joke, disagreeable let-down or after-
tell her parents this they sternly quietly remove obstacles Then effects. Scientifically compounded
told her to abandon such | ign} Send blindfolded “Paul” off on from 4 ingredients, Paradol is
notions and apply herself more| his perilous trip, and enjoy his! excellent for headaches, too. Get
rigorously to Latin, Greek and cautious “ride” through non-| Paradol today—the name “Dr. |
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salads and sauces. '
unpalatable advice ;
Among those present were, Miss avalos i a to : secret 7 ess eo PARADOL
Margaret Struabel, a Registered on nea ee ec mg ¢ :
eg and Wien &£ ng
pari ee cage Mr: MR. LANDY DE MONTBRUN (left) shakes hands with Mr, | 2” office. She spent all he | mma Quick Relief from Pain =
eur: aT i - time taking f art
Harold Kaplan, Chief Engineer of lifford Corbin shortly after Mr. de Montbrun’s arrival at Seawell tna nae aoe oe P ee :
Phillips Oil Co. San Tome, yesterday morning, Mr. Corbin is a member of the group of See ee ‘res et so
; : with careful practice she coulc| |
Venezuela, wears = a. artistes in Mr. de Montbrun’s show which will be performing look down and study a play on i .
. . . : aga own at u a pl )
eae p aeet aaa ra next week here; he arrived in Barbados a few days ago, Mr. 1er lap while she touch-ty ped] THE NEW }
touring the West Indies. de Montbran is here to make the final arrangements for this oa business letters on the desk
Also invited were: Mr. Winston Mar- show which is mamed “Four Aces and a Joker”. us Was inti] the day!
son, Mr, and Mrs. Fred Goddard, Major when she employer a JOLSON
Bill Collins, Col. and Mrs. R. M. Lioyd ee tn aly Hi-Heneds in|
Still, Mr. and Mre. Mackenzie, Mr. and he. i Se in @
Mrs, Douglas Boyle, Mr. and Mrs iiss Landy Arrives H Until ‘Nel R I ome with “Dear PICTURE ?
Sutton, Mr. John Hammond, Mr. and Mrs al Sir” er Intil |
agg 4 Thomas, Mr. Victor Marson, Mis M":. L , S we nti eison eturns my ” ; fa —
ab Haskell, Mr. Bobbie Duncan, M1: | 2 an epee i Mees Tal ’ i i
and Mrs. John Furnival, Mrs "Gditiovis rived ye ee M®: and Mrs. Michael M. Baig | Granc He cindly | i
Haynes, Miss Brenda Haynes, Mr. and B.W 1 A. o are from Moncton, N.B nan c t bere
Hatch, Mr. B. Green, Miss 5S. MeMahor F : I Li dy Nelson.” They are stay- couls Scott Region | absorbing. (8, 5) sain
Miss C. Allyson, Mrs. Judge, Miss Jan : » Marine Hotel until the +h BBA Sine ‘ ze bt sly outside th law y
Rose, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Forbes, Mr which Wi ca ’ aa ; eC oo, D ; t hi : a be im ea
and Mrs. F. Morgan, Mr. C. Dickensen, gt the t res returns on her wij m 5 g th ‘ ly t ted an ; . ‘
Mr. and Mrs. Vere Redman, Mr. and nor 0 asda his mate is a partner be
Mrs. Bob Beli, Mr. and Mrs. P. Pascal ©'M! bs S} hss 4 } 3 qT ant is cautious you fina
and Mr, and Mrs, C. Goddard Mr. Cliff { 3a / urriving on the “Lady Nel- m : e earned | cs putt as atl
° Star pla on” and here until she return: 1. !
Freedom of ‘‘Highland os a e met Lan e Mr. Hartley R. Knowles, 01] my. GA
Laddie”’ He arrived last Wed- Imperial Oil, who lives in Toron-} - 0" ;
n ; to. He was accompanied by his a : '
y ar ricketer : wife y p > ot ar I : 3
HE West Indian cricketers wife. Many people in Toront | ner ability i A COLUMBIA
have been given the “fre¢ K who were here for the winter ah
dom” of a public house in Roch- a € have told them what a wonderfu - TECHNICOLOR
dale, Lancashire. Proprietor ) lace Barbados is They ar¢ ‘. . (4) PRODUCTION
Ellis Achong of Trinidad who : : taying at the Crane Hotel. ;~ five. (9)
toured England with the 1933 M . uestion “Bown ee
West Indies team and, incidental- art ‘ From U.S. Visit » ce Scena 4 ‘
ly, became the first Chinaman We + het eee: EMPIRE
ever to play in international r f the RS. HILDA COLETTE,
cricket. Soon after the prese¢ y ote has been in the United , . 7 7
tourists arrived in London he for the Gi ! ( h visiting her sister for} Reval, FRIDAY
came down from Rochdale, to they used t I rt bou six month arrived
meet them and he extended to other peri ! Creq Sunday by the “Lady Nelson.” She —
the party an invitation to vi > Mi be holidaying in Barbad IN THE FLESH ON STAGE —
him at the “Highland Laddi piayed intil the “Nelson’s next triy | —— s
whenever they are in Lancashi ent South, and is staying with Mr c & C yp Joe
: I Mrs. A. W. Smith in Worthing. | ) aa ROYAL Worthings oco-1e a so
tat ber MICK € Mrs. Colette is the wife of the] What ar i. Aare . ONLY HOLLYWOOD'S DANCING TEAM
SE. L. MC, CORMICK | lakh dic “Marne Oadatte, Diveckos ‘ é 1e Roe lt; 2) Direct from New York (in transit)
arrived from Trinidad yé : f Wieting and Richter in. Britist Bul é y ese AT T
terday by B.W.1.A., and will Le ? fees at : itt er oe Saiekt eevee . UY POLED VARD f HE
here forone week. She is here t t : E es or ma: as ao | a.jeeg 2 UBeTTY uenMnjos Joan BENNETT ~
leave her son who accompanied Oe wee tt ere after her Barbados holiday THE SON OF MONTE CRISTO |
her ovér, at the Lodge School. ‘te th , *f cil a” . } with ’
Her husband is tie 1) as We instrume Grenadian Loves Barbados | GEORG ANDERS sl sid
Indian- Tebacco C n Trinidad, "4s the 1 i JEANWS URERTRAND| Sword Slash Adventure. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26TH, AT 8.30 P.M! ”
ace acco C©oO., In ni avy eS SS i BERTRANI | mh
She is a guest at t Ocean Vie M" f the Royal Bank of Car ‘ » , be
Hotel 0 Wass fener os EMPIRE ‘
he he L T 1 Grenada who was |
f t e
Glad to be Home sles: i na “ae a ne are | LAST TWO SHOWS TO-DAY
R. DENIS ATKINSON at ae eta Bie wee! atacine at Gael eee ee
M ed irom Trinidad yé oft ; R "1 ; 7 United Artistg Presé
by B.W.LA. He is joini t Car tha ‘ } HOME OF THE BRAVE
local branch of the Barb ful holiday n e
Mutuz » Assurance an em eo : niet " Starring Douglas DICK—Frank
a ul Sao M “ ance und seer Chief, Problem love to live here | LOVEJOY James EDWARDS
Y glad to be home once mo | Steve BRODIE—Jeff COREY
Denis & well known in cricket: RPh. Re lanl McAul if a Been In W.I. Since January ae arte
circles Having represented U ( } y treal =| ;
West Indies in India and Bart ' sot” Nal RS. R. MacCarthy O’Lear } ROXY
dos and Trinidad in Intercoloni who has been in the we
Cricket tournament He ji } H In nee early January LAST TWO SHOWS TO-DAY
er on Wat r Polo an yé lay for Trinidad ft | nd 8.15 p.m
cot a 4% sport W.1LA. en route to Englan | th C
} He was met at the a t Unit State She wa | lipeeeRa pine i vicg Spssaa re
iis parents Mr M: n I Mi I. Westor | FIGHTING MAN OF THE PLAINS 0
Atkinson of L’Es sere. Ma J. Field - a. } P 0
c 1T & SCOTT Bill
After Short Holiday ai ne a o | WILLIAMS—Victor JORY
M* and. Mrs. Charlie Tay In Trinidad for Easter MVE 168. BArD | Jane NIGH
were met at Seawell yester S “1 . "Sh > ve tu vis ady | |
day by their children and M m . V o ak Py . ? } f ?
A. E. Taylor. They have » Va eee CRYPTCQUOTE—Here's how to work it: OLYMPIC
returned from a short holiday . . XYDLBAAXR |
in Trinidad Mr. Taylor a « Spent Winter Here is L ONGFELLO Ww oe a is ere
who was to have rrived rie , ‘ . ia aye at oi ‘ | ee ae Se
naa: maakt Acne? Cink Se cecvtertd . - ak te Coe, wh« One kk i " y : it for another. In this example A is used } 20th Century Fox Double
for another cx . P 5 7 " ys a e been SJarbados since for the thre { vo O's, ete. Single letters, apos- j te
r another couple of week Off to ingland October, 1949, spending the winter trophies, the length and formation of the words are all hints. anaisanbbesinsizeniaiee as ;
Returned a Trinidad R’ N ( it ‘Old Trees,’ St. James left for Each day the code lett ro different, | iene CONTE )
R. G. O'Reilly. KC Trinidad yesterday on their re- | CALL NORTHSIDE 777
. “je , , Bart I turr the United States. They A Cryplogram Quotation i
; t AW eturne to I will be returning to Barbados MIRA iis ;
Trinidad yesterday by B,W.LA ere : off oa Barbad UAF BODBMO TAEMM JO SF BOD. | ee a ee eee |
ieee —— —| MO, EL 1 , $F XDZ—YRU Coco TE CALYPSO JOE
THE WA
: Cryptoq ( UNT THEM THAT ARE
BY W A Y By Beachcomber AH
HIS letter speaks for itse ; |
“ig —"S yo = seeks, It Whither, Papua? relieved that Ashura said “We}
. ‘ 1e niwide » . ' ve ” se ¢
ieiek” Comedies has pee of TS \merican tustrial chem- give een — LAST TWO SHOWS TO-DAY 5 and 8.30 p |
st, Ltd. ; is iol naien disteedeed & drude ce a hat charity SHINE ON HARVEST MOON
“Dear Sir ; Ath it will x rote a carte fe nail ked the girl. “Hus,” said and :
ae ars ir,—We have received anough to go into 7 on a's Ashura, “Plenty kisses of blon| UNDERGROUND 1
. - complaints from racing shably : i ene : ymshies holp to keep hup hour}
motorists about an advertisement’. .; sata Taal etek eek orals. ho, yes”. “We pleeze lik WED: 2: MCI D
- = faptesed in your issue o 1% Pay ; th ‘t your toliphoon nomber. We giv anes ‘aati i
; : , claiming that every Wis consider ; . u_ termendious suppa_ witt ERR TURD ASS . GVAneee
racing motorist uses Snibbo, andl ie € Bh “a. Sshrompine,” said Ashura. Thi ' focepeey Alte ‘The Warner Picture
owns Several leading figures{@ ,,, Sans 7 “3 W i they girl laughed. “What would you i1ER KIND OF MAN
7 aying that they attributed out «4 ‘ ai §HCY wives say?” she asked, Kuzbulal DIAL__ 8404 FOR RESERVATION
their success to this prc In asics rae lied co > i. :
product. ¢ eplied The Persian proffert
inquiry we found that most of Art and Life iyeth, a wife out of sight his but {SSS - ~ SS
gg _ never heard of Snib- NHE sug t their see- the buz of a gnat hin sumeron AOL
», and those who have do not aw sl { be surrounded 1 helse’s eet ¥ i TA’ ‘¢ J N \
know whether it is used for mig nassed beauties | made iy | We ms I . ® ATIC ¢ LUD CINEMA (Members Only)
ears or for the drivers It hast Silthistan Tri ve nervy vu upon ¢ one Lounter-weapon TORIGHA: “AE 390
since come to our notice thatfguast week, while perf wie en ik : Strabismus (Whee God “THE TIME, THE PLACE AND THE GIRL”
pteoe ' laims are made for this@big hotel, they noticed a pretty vont Te She oe Ulee wl a in Technicolor
product, with reference to their! ap) idae Masta wate. nted a gigantic electric va- St ng DENNIS MORGAN : JA ee ae
polishing of teeth and of floors,j ed: “N yn bomshles ermitted $044 A dozen of these attached })\) PUP ee tron rine ee CK CARSON : JANIS PAIGE
the acquisition of mental poiseJB'o plonk!” Ashu uaa: Scene high-flying planes could suck }))) A Warner Bros, Picture
the feeding of dogs and the main-Mpyers is death t i os Up a reasonably large sea, and} vam arenas .
tenance of lighthouse equip-Mghan ted: “No hi Alte caidieh leave all ships stranded. Profes-]'{{ WEDNESDAY AT 5.00 AND 8.30 P.M.
a “2 a bound to protestof glamm«¢ ted, h yee!” ae Nps kr ——, a Resa \ THURSDAY NIGHT AT 8,30 W h
ainst this form of advertising,wThe girl onl ted thei irger vacuums attached to ships. ji} IDA LUPINO - PA TRE ve hav 1 i .
which can only delude th "| : a tha, Sausena a auto- These would suck back the sea, barks gh tgaN py q UL HENREID * e pleasure in announcing that we
a e public.”({ggraphs, and the Pers were SO and refloat the ships. OLIVIA DE HAVILLAND -:- SYDNEY GREENSTREET g
in “DEVOTION” have r i
ecently been appointed agents for the

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On the left—

TILLIBAY, M.P. (the man who makes the Gost of the Welfare ¢:>t¢)



LONDON.

Big Business |
in FE 0 Homes |

iin 2

war” broke out today



fitish nobility who hava
houses open to pay-

solid front in

our of charging 35 cents per
— programmes and fuide

fice extra — was broken by
who

Duke of Richmond,

d Goodwood house, Good-

ki at 28 cents a head.
n a baronet,
Sley-Boevey, brought

of admission future at

An Abbey, Newnham to 21

es

lish countryside there we

signs out inviting anyon
the price to come in an
around for a mere 14 cents.

opening of couniry homes
ngland has now become big
ess. At least 55 country
8 have replaced carved gates
| turnstiles. A few offer re-

nents.

Duke of Richmond even
ina firm of publicity ex-
and now advertisements are
ed around the area.
it still costs 35 cents to see
of the yeally big, famous

homes.

include:

Hall, owned by the

Mariborough’s

Duke of Devonshire's

ungbrooke, owned by. Vis-
t Hinchingbooke, and once
‘Property of Oliyer Cromwell.
, , —EN.S.



jLaunch Yellow
fever Campaign

KINGSTON.

anti-yellow fever campaign
n launched in Jamaica, to
the possibility? of an out-

Rot yellow fever in the island.
uniformed squad of

ets commences an island-

) Suvey and eradication of
_ Virus-carrying mosquito,
with Kingston.

lal Government grant has
‘Made to set up this newest
of the medical service, and
@ every dwelling

ind will be visited and
a DDT preparation.

rt of the international P
to eradicate the Weetuito
urban yellow fever,
a's effort has been linked
me campaign headquarters
“American , by the

ti

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FED Washington, D.C. by the

service in e
A of an officer from the
bs is Dr. P. F. de Caires
_arived in Jamaica in

*, 2 Set up his operation

Caribbean, He has

ae of the area which
© and

Haiti and San
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chain down to
French and

all the islands of
y and other points on
mainland,

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Aid For
U.K. Films

NDON.

The _ British Government's
decision in 1948 to venture into
the film industry as the best way
to produce “financial stability” in
the business is likely to cost the
English taxpayer at least $2,100,-
000 the first year.

That sum has been set aside by
the State’s Film Finance Corpora-
tion, the organization established



ir own Labour Government.”

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On the right«

MRS. BUTTLETON-WOOLGATHER, M.P. for Branksome §

“What! Have the workers NO patriotism?
@t a time like this they must do WITHOUT inessential luxurics ?’



BARBADOS ADVOCATE





| Sold Pig: Refused |
To Pay Up

f His Honour Mr. §S.|








Se ee cam ence

PAGE 'THREE

TORIES WILL VOTE

@ on page 1
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,in the national interest.”
go | Mr. Churchill asserted

that he





H. Nurse, Petty Debt Judge of the other having the power to lo | did not believe in coalitions that
a Distri E ie: eerie Si konenil anything to grapple effectively on} were formed only as the result
to tance Denny for £2 with} 2S merits with the nationallof party bargainings. He cons
6: the suit of Denny vs needs |cluded: “it is with deep anxiety
Wi was rescinded by the Stas . ; {into which my personal feelings
| Judges of the Assistant Court of If we go on year after year qo not enter at all, that I try to
1 Appeal yesterday. They awarded absorbed in our internal party | read the mysteries of our imme:
| Denny 14s 7a. with costs instead: and class fight, there may never} diate future. i
} Denny, a resident of Road View. i another chance for the life nal “How deep we shall have to
| St Peter, brotignt an action oe of Britain to show tself) descend the dark stairway. that
agains scar ’ ain. iat ee . ta
Fane distehets claleiinae & branes: Timelines: of tins. see must | Hes before us no one can tell.

ages for breach of contract.

| The nature of the claim was
that Whitney, during the month
of August, 1949, agreed with
Denny that she (Denny) could
rear a pig for one half of the
selling price, when sold or other-
wise dispesed of. Denny reared
the pig under these terms. On
February 16 this year Whitney
took away the pig and disposed
of it without compensating Den-

vy and had since refused to do
| Mr. D. H. L. Ward appeared
on behalf of Oscar Whitney.

Both Constance Denny and her

daughter, Ruth, told the
how Whitney brought the
August 1949. On February
returned and walked away
he pig

Constance Denny further said
that the pig was healthy. She fed
t three times a day. Two weeks
| before Whitney came for it, she
|} had refused to sell it for $19
In defence Whitney told
Court that his name was
| Whitney but Briggs. In August
1949 he bought a pig for $5 and
carried to a place at Leamington
where he fed it. He later asked

Court
pig in
16 he

with



the
not

Can’t they see thar







London Sxpress } Denny to keep the pig for him
; ‘ 2 ; " He asked her what she would
=CUMMINGS’ POLITICAL ARENA chute for ‘eeping the pig bu
' replied that there woul¢ €
“~! no need for payment as they
| ‘ friends
No Independent | P le’ | diamond? Mut Be | St Ss; os cee Poe.
P . t | eop. e€ Ss | ‘PP é ary, but later sent and told Den-
In Commons | P. ‘li ent On Point Of Law that it) d velehed 50 pounds
By ALAN HARVEY Sarah Johnson of St. Luc) te
LONDON 5 appealed to the Court of Erroi
Wanted: one honest-to-goadness, By LOUS } EGR against two decisions of the} Remanded
independent politician, Apply.: SYDNEY, Australia. |Judges of the Assistant Court « ss a mds ‘
uses of Parliament, London. Radic is changing the tradi-|}Appeal, but found when she V ER¢ INA c RAWFORD of Pow-
No such advertisement decorates tional character of the Australian appeared before the Court der Road, St. Michael was re-
the walls of Westminster, but it Parliament Error yesterday morning, tha manded until April 26 after she
Those who admire the Members no longer. address her appeal could be based on!y| was charged before His Worship
House of Commons as a model thelr s eeches to fellow members, |°" 2 point of law. There wa ir .D. D Morris W ith malic iously
democratic institution are worried but th to a radio dudignde. and therefore the Court had n¢ ouncing: Gwen Ifill on her left
by the exclusion of independent The change began in 1946 when }JUrisdiction to deal with the} arm with a bottle
romans from the new Parlia- Partigment” by legislagen tat meer * a) | pleaded guilty ig ee
ment. a . s Sie a arah Johnsen 1d beens Ossence “wen ifil said on Apri
Viscount Cecil of Chelwood told | structed the government-appoint- brought before Police Magistrat 4.3( he was sitting

by President of the Board of
Trade Harold Wilson to operate
the Government’s film venture, to
cover an estimated loss on its first
year’s work,

The corporation’s annual report,
just published, says:

“It was realized by all con-
cerned that the’ financial risks
were considerable and losses in-~
evitable. The $2,100,000 provided
may be too large or too small.”

James Lawrie, 43-year-old
managing director of the corpora-
tion explained: “We cannot say
exactly why some films lose.
Obviously some of the pictures
cost more than they get back
from thé box-office.”

Loans

The corporation has power to
lend British film producers up to
$14,000,000, Any money loaned
has to ‘be repaid from the film's
earnings.

Already the corporation, accord-
ing to its report, has approved
loans of $12,558,070 for 63 films.
So far only $135,338 has been
repaid.

Of the loans $8,400,000 went to
the British Lion Company which
distributes films directed by Her-
hert Wilcox and Sir Alexander
Korda.

The company was advanced the
money as “a matter of urgency.”
And both the British Treasury
and Harold Wilson supported the
loan.

It still has $700,000 to draw and
the company will make no repay-
ments during the next 12 months.
Government money went into 20
British Lion films including “The
Third Man” produced by Carol
Reed and_ starring the Italian
actress Valli: “Maytime in May-

fair,” directed by Wilcox; ae
Cure For Love,” ang “The Happi-
est Days of Your Life.” ae



Smartness Brings
Death To Alfred

LONDON.

Asked a voice an the telephone:
“Can you preserve Alfred?” —

Said a spokesman for a Pic-
eadilly firm of ecoereee dis-

ing the call later:

oie talked as if + sone hove
no doubt to whom he was re-
ferring. L even thought it might
be a local celebrity by the con-
fidential way he kept referring
to Al a“

The celebrity, it turned out,
was a gorilla from a Bristol 200,
where the name Alfred meant
only one thing. :

The taxidermists weren't tog
keen at first. They had six years
work on hand, including the job
of stuffing more than 100 wild
beasts such as oe giraffes
and the occasignal rhinoceros.

“But because of Alfred's local
significance we decided to do 4
Tush job, and today he is back in
Bristol, looking yery life-like,”
said the spokesman for the Pic-
cadilly firm, which has been in
business 150 years.

Authorities decided that Alfred
died because he was too intell-
igent.

“Yes, intelligent,” said the
spokesman. ‘He learned to con-
nect the sound of planes with
falling bombs. One day, when a
plane flew low over his cage, he
was so scared that he had a heart
attack and died.”

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the House of Lords after the rout
of independents in the Feb. 23
general election :

“This fact is remarkable: for
the first time in history, so far as
I can remember, there will not be
a single independent member in
the House.”

‘There would be a handful of
Liberals, Lord Ceeil conceded, and
a few of other hues, but for the
most part parliamentary life
would be dominated by the two
great party machines. Missing and
almost unmourned were the indi-
vidualists who followed no “line”
and told their constituents:

Cabinet Power

“Here Iam. I am prepared, in
general, to support such and such
views, but you must rely upon me
to vote as I think right on any
serious and important question.”

Lord Cecil, a Conservative, link-
ed the decline of the independents
with the enormous owth of
cabinet power during the last 50
yéars. Members no longer were
elected to represent the people but
“to vote a prime minister into
office and through him, a cabinet
inte power.”

Independents had been defeated
at the polls, he said in effect, be-
cause they refused to become
pawns of a party system so well
developed by Labour and Con-
Servatives.

Among the independents who
sat in the last House—13 ran again
unsuccessfully and some did not
stand—are numbered several dis-
tinctive rsonalities, including
Sir Alan Herbert, playwright, and
Sir Arthur Salter, once Chancellor
of the Duchy of Lancaster and an
authority on economic affairs.

Similarly exile« are three well-
known journalists, W. J. Brown,
Wilson Harris and Vernon Bart-
lett. The liberal Manchester Guar-
dian found it hard to believe that
Harris might not be seen again in
the House, “shooting up like a
spring released, straight as a
ramrod, to put his supplement-
aries, now caustic, now illumin-
ating.”

Bartlett who did not stand for
re-election, supplied his own par-
liamentary requiem. In a BBC
broadcast, he reviewed his 11
years as a member, said he is sorry
not to be going back, but conclud-
ed that for all that he led “a dif-
ficult and lonely” life as an inde-
pendent.



Chamber of Commerce

Now Limited Company

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)
KINGSTON:.

The Jamaica Chamber has now
been incorporated as a limited
liability company.

The Council of the Chamber
new becomes a Board of Direc-
a ong the President, the Hon.
R. W. Youngman, M.LC., will
be known as Chairman of the
Company.



20/- IN 14 DAYS

JOSEPHINE KELLMAN of St.
Joseph was found gitilty yes-
ier coelliiing Selina

on February 6.

Mr. 4. J. HH. Hanschell,

\ before whom the cause was heard



ordere.i her to pay a fine of 20/-
in 14 days, or in default undergo
ene month’s imprisonment with
hard la




J&R ENRICHED BREAD



Feetballers take nete.



I was

ed Australian Broadcasting Cor-
poration to air the proceedings of
either the House of Representa-
tives or Senate every day parlia-
ment was sitting.

Members quickly came to re-
gard the broadcasts as a valuable
means of spreading party doc-
trine. The question period in
particular became popular with
them and members of both sides
used it to criticize what they
termed government by regulation
and the civil service.

The present Liberal-Country
Party coalition government which
in Opposition when broad-
casting of sessions was _ intre-
duced, used to complain bitterly.
that Parliament had become a
mere cipher. Since the new gov-
ernment has been in power,
however, there has been no in-
dication that it will curtail or
abolish the broadcasts.

riend’s house

Mr. S. H
Mortimer

Nurse of Dist. “E at Station Hill,

. She heard a woman
charges of F “murder” and ran out
his land and premises o1 house to see Crawford hold-

|
ea
mepte
ber 16, and having unlawfully anc| 2â„¢8 a broken bottle in her hand



Johnso\, o
having

eparat
trespas

maliciously damage approached her to take the
board of his, valued at 8s. 4d » from her and Crawford cut
the same on her left arm with She
On the District “A" and while
fined 10s. and 3s. costs, naking eport became uncon-
the other 138s. 4d. and 3s. cpst ciou
8s. 4d. going to the complai 1; vale
and 5s. to the Crow:

appealed.
Phe Judges of the Court

Appeal, their Honours Mr. G. I ian is
Taylor and Mr. J. W. B. Chenery if of the Crown
confirmed these decisions, an
Sarah appealed at the Bar,

When the case came up f{ 12/6 IN 14 DAYS
hearing in the Court of Error
yesterday morning, Mortimer was
representid by Mr. W. W. Reece
K. C., Solicitor General, whilk
Sarah appeared on her own be-
half.



aay.
first charge Sai



regained
Hospital’s Surgery
ietained fow days

conscious-




prosecuting on



HENRY BEST of Watkins Alley
was fined 12/6 to be paid in 14
14 days’ imprisonment by
hip Mr. D. D. Morris yes-

ays or

His Wo

terda
He
ttle

Broadcasting

Broadcasting begins when the
House meets—usually 2.30 p.m.,
but once each week at 10.30 a.m.
It ends at 11.30 p.m., or when the
House adjourns, whichever
earlier,

The 8 p.m., call is regarded ag
the best listening period and
therefore is most popular with
members. The party whips ar-
range this cal] in an attempt to
preserve an equitable balance

Parliament appoints an all-
party standing committee which

Ss lound guilty of throwing
Chapel Street,

jure

Point of Law
The Chief. Judge, Sir
Ccltymore, who presided,
that an appeal of the
only be on a point of law
Was none, and therefore the A}
pellant-defendant had no right t
bring the case to that court. The
court had no jurisdictior
In his judgment he said
purports to be an appeal by Sarah
Johnson from a decision of the
Assistant Court of Appeal, con-
firming the decisions of a Police
Magistrate in two cases heard by

an
anyol

sort could
3 committed on

is

AAS

(tie es Cl
re aT

Thi

decides whether the upper or him, and in sg me spandent
lower House will be broadcast a eee and the Appel- J
Hy yy ; ne a ae The Police Magistrate impos
that ci eatiinge "'y €s ‘oO alt) fine in one case, and a fine to-
proceedings in the House | gether with compensation for ma
debating the subject of most

licious damage in the othe:

His decisfons were confirmed by
the Assistant Court of Appeal ane
from that court an appeal would
only lie to this court on a point
of law.

In the circumstances I shall only
say that it is only an appeal at the

public interest, but the House ot
Representatives gets about three
times as much radio time as the
Senate,

There is no accurate means of
determining the strength of the
listening audience a guess base

ST

on these estimates places Par-| Bar by the Appellant and no
liament's listening audience at| 8tounds of appeal has been filed
something in excess of 100,000,}, The Judges’ reasons are as fol-
for routine speeches, although | !6ws:— -

“In these cases the evidence of
the Complainant which we accept-
ed went to show that the land in
question had een already the
subjeqt of adjudication by “|
Court in the exercise of its Orig-
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And during this “period of ex-
travagance,” Britain had enjoy-
ed “upwards of £1,700,000,000. of
financial aid from the ~- United
States and our dominions.”

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BARBADOS wit ADVOGATE
fivceee Ss SS fissset

eunliahed by Th. Advocate Co. 114, 34 Broad Si, Bridgstowr



Tuesday, April 25, 1950



New Session

TODAY His Excellency the Governor
opens a new session of the Legislature, and
the people of Barbados look forward with
eager anticipation to the Legislative pro-
gramme which His Excellency will outline.
Barbados, like the rest of the world, lives
in an atmosphere of perpetual crisis. The
ceuses of that crisis may not be the same
the world over but the baleful effects are
felt, in varying degrees everywherg.

In Barbados the problem that confronts
the Government is mainly economic. To
the economic problems are added social
problems of great complexity and ancient
origin. If, however, the economic dilemma
can be resolved the social problems can
be tackled with greater chances of success.
Tf the economic difficulties should prove to
be insoluble then the efforts at social im-
provement will be doomed to failure.

It is therefore to be hoped that economics
will be the keynote of His Excellency’s
speech. Events in recent months will have
added to the anxieties of those responsible
for the island’s finances. Overshadowing all
else will be the uncertain future of sugar
and the obstinate attitude adopted by the
British Government. Will His Excellency
offer any alternative? Will steps now be
taken to seek a market for West Indian
sugar in Canada?

Many Barbadians are also anxiously
awaiting news on the prospects of work in
other countries later in the year. The ques-
tion of emigration can never be overworked
—it.is too closely bound up with the island’s
economic position. lf large numbers of un-
employed are present in a country, that
country’s economic position cannot be de-
scribed as healthy.

An investigation of these matters and the
Fiscal Survey being carried out by Develop-
ment and Welfare are prerequisites of any
planned work on Capital projects. It is to
be hoped that the Government will soon be
in possession of the findings of the Fiscal
Survey so the Government's inten-
tions in respect of the Deep Water Harbour
and the East Coast Road will be known in

the

that
tild

near iuture
in political matters too, the coming ses-
sion should provoke considerable interest.
The future of Local Government in Barba-
dos should be made known, and intentions
in respect of the Maude Report should be

made public.



[he general public await with interest the
debate on the Report of the Standing Closer ~
Association Committee. The decision taken

on this will be the most far-reaching poli-
tical decision that will have come before the
Legislature for many a long year and the
publie expect the decision to reflect the
careful consideration which members will
have devoted to this important matter.

The matters referred to above are of vital
mportance to the future of this island and
to all elasses of society. The great problems
that confront the island and the great de-
cisions on the island's future are not fit sub-
jects for the play of party polities. Party
polities is not an unalloyed benefit to any
country. In the big countries a compromise
has been effected in that those matters,
such as Foreign Affairs, which go to the
root of a country’s existence is taken out-
side the scope of party strife, In adopting
party politics Barbados must adopt all that
is best in the system and in so doing deal
in a non-party spirit with those matters
which will ensure a’sound economy and the
attainment of a greater West Indian polity.



* Vague Suggestion”

SIR STAFFORD CRIPPS, Chancellor of the Ex-
chequer, tonight rejected what he called a “vague
suggestion” by Mr. Winston Churchill of a Coali-
tion Government.

Winding up a week-long debate on his budget
proposals in the House of Commons, The Chan-
cellor said: “This could only work if everyone
abandoned their policy in favour of the policy of
Mr. Churchill.”

Mr. Churchill laughingly “That
would be much the best.”

Sir Stafford Cripps added, amid Government
cheers, “Whatever the Liberal Party may think
about it, we are not having any on that basis.”

OUR READERS SAY:

interrupted:



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IT is only a short while since
the last increase in the amount of
our Old Age Pension was given—
to 5/- per week from 3/-. This
came into operation in July of last
year. am or
changes recommended by Mr.
L, A. Chase, Social Welfare Offi-
cer, as the result of his survey of
the working of the scheme, three
years ago, have not been approved,
or not implemented. There are
however, already, points about
the scheme which have been ad-
vanced from other quarters, or
which deserve to be put forward,
and I, as one partly nsible
for the initiation of this great
step in social welfare, and inti-
mately connected with it during
the first ten years of its opera-
tions, beg leave to say
about those projects.

We in Barbados were first in
the Colonial Empire, as distinct
from the Dominions, to provide
the boon—Trinidad and British
Guiana followed our lead, the
former sending up qn
delegate to study our scheme a
year after its initiation—and we
ought to be keen to make it as
complete and adequate as may be
in our power, s
Reduction of The Qualifying

Age

In the House of Assembly last
month, when the Budget was
being dealt with, Mr. E. D. Mott-
ley, senior member for Bridge-
town City, put forward again the
idea of reducing the age for claim-
ing the pension to 65 years. from
68, the present figure, and he re-
ceived considerable support, while
there was no vdice raised in direct
opposition, whatever may have
been the thoughts of those who
remained silent on the point.

Mr. Mottley spoke very strong-
ly in support of his proposal, and
arg with much reason and
force, that since Civil Servants
now retire compulsorily 60
years and may do so at 55—with
pretty generous pension rights,
how much more should the
manual worker, whose calling in-
volves such strenuous physical
labour, be allowed to claim his
pension at 65, still five years later
than the Government Official.

Now no one, I think, will con-
sider me lacking in sympathy with
the ageing agricultural worker, or
other hard-working person, but I
am bound to say that there are at
least four pretty strong points
against the reduction
Applicants want to Continue

Working

(1) The argument from the
conditions provided for the Civil
Servants does not impress me very
much. I think, in fact, it might
more fittingly be turned round and
applied the other way Personal-
ly, right or wrong, I am of opinion

at
ay

A PROOF page
printers yesterday

the
the

went to
restoring

been
mis-

had
was

For four years she
excluded because she
takenly reported dead,

Although it is almost impossible
nowadays for a bogus title to spoof
the Clerk of the Crown (wh
looks after peers), the Registrar
of Baronetcies, or the Garter
King of Arms (the final opinion #n
all honours), none of these offi-
cials is obliged to compile a com~-
plete record of what happens to
titles once they are granted,

The editors of reference books
are the only men who endeavour
to keep in touch with Britain's
titled people and their kin—50,000
all told.

A few years ago came a protest
to one of these editors: “Your
jbook is ridiculous. You still list
the Hon. Katherine Plunket,
daughter of Lord Plunket, yet ac-
cording to the date given for her
birth she would now be 110 years

old.” ‘

The editor wired Bally-
mascanlan House, County Louth,
Eire The Hon. Katherine

Plunket was still alive there. She
died the following year, aged 111.

All trace was lost for many
years of Sir Thomas Alexander
Johnston, the eleventh baronet.
After exhaustive inquiries he was
about to be deleted from Debrett
as dead.

Then a grandson wrote to say
Sir Thomas is a retired harbour
pilot living at Mobile, Alabama.
He will be 93 this year. :

For 20 years Sir William Hay
appeared on the official roll at the
Home Office as the eighth baronet,
with no known address,

Then two years ago, when he
would have been 80, it was found
he had died in Australia in 1927
—a house-painter.

Now Sir

Frederick has been officially







BARBADOS ADVOCATE

PENSIONS FOR ALL | ‘iow Avinal Healers”

By Rev. F. Gedseon. M.B.E.

that the island has made a serious
mistake in fixing the ages for re-
tirement at such low fgures.
normal man at 60 is not used up
or worn out but pretty well in his
prime for positions requiring full
development and experience.
Neither does he want to sit down
and idle,-as is shown by the fact
that some of our retired senior
officials Lave taken up positions
in the business firms of the island,
while others, I believe, have de-
cided to make use of the option
to remain under the old Act and
retain their posts and salaries
until they reach 65.

Of course there should be con-
venient and genergus provision
for retirement, as might be neces-
sary, in case of illness, or on other
serious grounds, if such there be.

(2) The island is required by
the new provisions to pay pen-
sions prematurely, together with
salaries for the new appointees.
There have sometimes been two
or three retired men from the
same head position at one iime,
and salary to be provided for their
successor. The total amount of
pensions at present being paid in
this section of Government ex-
penditure is around £50,000 a
year, a substantial sum which
should not be lightly and préma-
turely and unnecessarily added
to.

(3) The same circumstances of
ability and preference to continue
working exist also with the manual
worker, the domestic, the store
clerk, the shop assistant, etc. In
many cases they are by no means
used up or worn out, even at 65,
and they do not plan to stop work-
ing. Moreover, they need some-
thing more than the Old Age
Pension to enable them to live at
all. How can they sit down on
5/- a week?

In the Pension Claims Commit-
tee in St. Michael we had evi-
dence enough of this when I was
Chairman and _ trouble with it,
and the Public Treasury has
been imposed upon in a number

of cases. It worked like this. An
applicant for pension presents
himself, or herself, having the

necessary age, but not appearing
really old or worn out. When
questioned he, or she, complains
of being a little unwell and out
of a job, and having no means—
except perhaps a little shelter,
more or less in bad repair. The
Committee is obliged to give the

pension, after investigation. But
the applicant admits that he, or
she, will probably go back to

work, They cannot afford to sit
down and idle on 5/- a week, as
I have remarked already, and
with perhaps 2/- to pay for room
ent

(It must be realised—and this
is of high importance—that there

When Titles Get Into The
Lost Property Office _

| tradition must take a full-time course of |

By Sidney Rodin

wife are taking deportment lessons
before coming to Britain next
month.

A — of that amount is net
tied to the pension, or, it less. | is so badly, is being ecail 0

is a “Means Test” of 7/-, So any |
person working for 2 week-y)
enti- }
only a part of it. This is a ¢rip-
pling disability with which
retired Government Official does)
not have to contend, and ‘t)
ought to be.at least modified} . i
Tie applicants are then charg-/
ed that if they go back to work
they must return and inform the
Committee. It may be ima
how often that charge is obeyed!
(4) Next, there is the import-

year’s
Pensions is $459,200,
figure, and the question at once
arises ——-a very serious one--
whether the island can bear the
substantial addition that would b=
involved by reducing the age to
65, without arranging for a con-
tributory sw scheme.
For it must be remembered
that the proportion of ageing peo-
ple between 65 and 68 years is 2
good deal higher than further up
in the scale, and to open the door
at 65 would mean a substantial
increase in the number of pen-
sioners, and partly from amongst
those still normally able to help
themselves, with expenditure net
calculable in advance. The detailed
figures gathered in the Census of
1946 have not yet been published,
but according to figures worked
out by us in connection with the
same age reduction proposal
when the pension was about 0
be increas2d to 3/- there would
probably be an influx of around
2,000. The total of pensioners at
3lst December last was 7,251.
Yet we must prepare to extend
and improve the scheme very
soon. Humane feelings and jus-
tice demand this, not to speak of
the improvement of living condi-
tions of which international voices
loudly and continually remind us
is the main defence against the

spread of Communistic propa-
ganda.
(5) Further, ageing and dis-

abled people below 68 years who
cannot earn a decent living are
not left without assistance. |

The Parish Vestries are respon-|
sible to care for them, under the
wise and even generous Poor
Relief Act of 1892. Let that be}
administered with somewhat}
more sympathy than has some- |
times been the case and the situ-'
ation would be fairly well cover-|
ed and since over 7,000 people
for whom the parishes would}
have been responsible have been}
taken over by the Island Treasury
they may well be expected 1to|
help adequately those that re-
main. \



Thomond until ‘he is able to set up|

name of 78-year-old Dowager : his own Customs,
Laay Auckland to the next issue of Tecognised as the successor to this police, and army.
Debrett’s Peerage. 250-year-old honour. He and his Mr. MacLysaght, the Chief |

Herald of Ireland, is investigating. ;
Although 33 baronetcies are
officially listed as unclaimed, the



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iliness by veterinary surgeons. It is obvious
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prevented, the result will be an increase in

food supplies. :
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ach year;
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the| through the prevention and cure of animal

fore, an important one, and through the |
efforts of veterinary surgeons, who are se

and women specially trained for the work of
animal healing, much meat, milk and eggs
(to say nothing of hides) are saved each year.

Such prevention is most effective when
done on a national scale by experienced
veterinary surgeons who have had a special
university training to equip them for their
duties. But prevention of animal diseases
depends not only on the activities of govern-
ments, but e2lso on individual veterinary
surgeons, who treat animals on farms near
their homes, or whe work together in what

are known as research stations to study ani-|

mal ailments.
number of new research stations have been
set up in the last ten years where the ail-
ments of horses, dogs, poultry and livestock
are studied by veterinary surgeons who have,
themselves been trained for their work in|
the United Kingdom.

KNOWLEDGE OF FARMING ESSENTAAL

At the colleges where these “vets” (as
they are commonly called) are trained, -_
may find students, not only from the United |
Kingdom, but also from overseas and. Com-
monwealth countries.

Many of the students are the children of
farmers, and a knowledge of farming, and an
interest in it—particularly in dairy farming
and livestock breeding — are considered es-
sential to the young student, as well as a real
understanding, if not love, of animals.

Britain has built up a reputation for breed-
ing good farm animals, and many overseas
buyers from countries as far apart as Argen-
tina and Russia have bought some of Britain’s
champion bulls and other farm animals to use
for breeding purposes in their own countries.

It is on such experience gained at home, as|

well as on the results of many years’ pioneer

4 : " 5 s om
work with farrn animals in overseas terri-|
tories, that a sound school of veterinary |

science has been built up in Britain.
The students who hope to carry on that

In Britain, for instance, 2}





training which lasts for five years. The

to train for a veterinary surgeon as for a

doctor. Then at the end of the five years, if/

the student has passed his final examination,

For a long time there was no reason is not always that the heirs! he becomes a member of the Royal College

news of Sir Arthur Henry
fifth baronet.
His

Lees,

nephew Charles called at

cannot be located.

An undertaker named Robert |
William Stirling, of Indianapolis, |

of Veterinary Surgeons and can put the let-
ters M.R.C.V.S. after his name and practise

Debrett’s during the war to say: U.S.A., is anxious to enrol himself | as a qualified animal doctor, not only in the

“I think my uncle the baronet
must be dead. I alsv believe that
my father, who would have suc-
ce.ded him, is dead. Don’t, you
think I am the new baronet?”

It was discovered a few months
ago that Sir Arthur had died in
Mare.. 1949 at the age of 80.

Later the nephew’s father was
found residing at Camberley,
Surrey, unknown to most of the
family

â„¢. will appear in the next
Debrett as the sixth baronet—Sir
Jean Marie Ivor Lees, aged 75.

Somewhere there may be a man
who is the Earl of Berkeley.

Up till now reference books have
regarded the earldom as extinct
since the death of the last known
earl in 1942.

But doubt has arisen following
the arrival in this counéry of a
large number of Berkeleys from
India, where they and their ances-
tors have lived for 200 years.

Just before the war a New
Yorker set the authorities in
confusion by producing documents

purporting to prove that he was of Glenelg, , Australia;
the Earl of Thomond, of County

Clare, Eire, a tithe which had been formerly

considered extinct since 1855.

as ‘he 10th baronet following the}
death last year of Sir George
Stirling of Glorat, Stirlingshire.
But he will probably have to
wait until 1952. This is because
Sir George’s son Charles was lost
at sea in 1938, but under Scottisk



law 14 years must elapse before
death by drowning can _ be
presumed.

Seventeen - year - old Thomas
Dalyell, of The Binns, Linlithgow,
should reauy be Sir Thomas
Dalyell, the 10th baronet—but for
his mother.

She is the daughter of the last
baronet, and Lord Lyon King of
Arms in Scotland holds the view
that under Scottish law she should
be a baronetess—the only baro-
netess ever known.

But the Home Office does not
admit that women can succeed to
baronetcies.

Mr. Greville Lambert, aged 49,
of King’s Norton, Birmingham:
Mr. Francis Blackwood, aged 49,
a bank manager of Sacramento,
California; Mr. Patrick Goold,
aged 71, retired foreman smelter,

and Mr

Bruce Colin Campbell, aged 45,
of West Kensington

London, could. all have been

He was told the claim would paronets for many years if they
have to go before the House of had cared to make their claim.

Lords’
but the war intervened.

Cemmittee of Privileges,

Mr. Cyril Hankinson, editor of
Debreft, told me: “Some of these

Now the New Yorker has flown people may be dead, but we would

higher.
Prince of Thomond,

Danish consuls

He proclaims himself the rather show a dead man as alive
announces than a live man as dead.”
that the Yugoslav, Norwegian, and

The task of checking is made

in Dublin have even more difficult because titled

been accredited to his principality, people are scattered all over the

graciously



William's ‘nephew and that the Eire Government has world.
consented to gun

—LE.S.

—_—_—



United Kingdom, but in Colonial and Com-
monwealth countries too. There is, indeed,
a special organisation for Colonial territories
“nown as the British Colonial Veterinary
Service, staffed by “vets” trained in Britain.

COURSES TAKEN AT COLLEGES

Courses are taken at colleges in London
and a number of provincial cities in England;
and, in Scotland, at Edinburgh and Glasgow.
Many of the students live in hostels, where
they can be accommodated at less expense
than elsewhere. In the first year of the
course the young student will study general
scientific subjects such as chemistry and
physics, biology and anatomy, but as the
course proceeds the subjects become more
specialised; the fifth and final year, for in-
stance, is taken up with courses on meat and
milk inspection and control, and animal
medicine and surgery.

Before he can sit for his final examination
the student must have had at least six montns
practical experience of surgery and obstetrics
(helping animals to give birth) among the
larger farm animals such as sheep, horses and
cows. A course of practical training ia the
treatment of diseases and accidents in ani-
mals must also be taken.

Promising students often get scholarships
either from the State or their local govern-
ment education authority, and in Scotland
there are special scholarships for the children
of farm workers.







A Landlord’s View of Rent Restriction

To the Editor, The Advocate—
SIR,—Reference was made in

igiand.

H. A. Tudor raised the questior, point of view.

Then there are quite a few who,
the “Advocate” on Sunday to the in far better circumstances, re-
question of Rent Restriction. Mr. gard rents from the investment

spectively per month,
It would also be just as well to ;
remember that there are many, of him — he raises the rent.

we all know a

been living in houses and renting

few, who have

month, but to

his taxes are raised a fraction, He
does the obvious — it is expected

not by a mere $3, or $4 per

entirely fictitious

But
ourable light.

something near are sharks,

and rent, and as far as the land-
lord is concerned, in a very fav-
Of course there
profiteers, ete., etc

landlord, tenant furnished, semi-or fully fur-
nished? What should the result-

ing changes of rent be? This is

puzzled even Superior Court

a problem which has, I believe,!

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with the Housing Board and s@iv = am, and I admit it, abysmally
that in many instances since the and unfortunately ignorant of the
abolition of the Occupancy TaX yents payable by that myth “the
and the only slightly increased goninon man,” for chattel houses,
ownership tux, house owners have and the land rents charged. But
raised rents by as much as 25%. consider stone houses costing from
This was ridiculous in his opinion, ¢ 1 500 upwaras.

and I humbly agree, that the pass- — -

4%% interest) Comprehen- |

them for many years for the
same rent as that which they
originally paid. $35 per month,
say, for a house which at today’s
market prices may well fetch
£2,300 in addition to increasing
wages and therefore costs of manage. Here is

Repairs

ing of Rent Restriction Act Aver cost onset Cor Taxes Rent ;
, ; \ ‘ |
seems the right thing to do of House oN solved i ve insurance | per enum |
But before rushing into such 4 .

complicated measure md com- £ 1,500 £ 67. 10 £ 10, 10 £6 £ 8 £ %
; i it would }| : sure - ; pie
j licate it uld be, I am sure, £ 2,000 £ 90 £14 £ 6. 10 £9 £ 119. 10
let us oxarmine the problem of ° - -

e more closely £ 2,500 & 112. 10 £17. 10 £7 £10 147

nt ‘ 2 ‘ rely —

people in this island rely £ 3,000 £ 135 £ 2 £7. 10 eu 174, 10

either: ( in the case

idows, old or infirm The figures are approximate, repairs, in addition to the fact
; mé provide their but I don’t think I would be far that, if he is a cautious man, the house!
total (b) supplement wrong if I said that the owners landlord will be protecting him The tenant
smal i meet the admit- of these houses would probably self by comprehensively insuring striction Board.
tedly hi

cost of living in th irge $40, $50, $60, and $70 re-

for the full value of the house,

wants a

what he could get for it — say
$50 a month. And the tenant
groans under the weight, and with
reason. Even with an extended
credit at the shops with which
be deals, he is finding it hard to

this swine want-

Rent
per month
$36 80

$43 068
$5 30

$70 06

ing $50 per month for his lousy

Rent Re-

end it is against these that any
Rent Restriction Board would b?
most effective — perhaps.

So we set up a Rent Restriction
Board to deal with offenders, anc
the Act is based either on “exist-
ing rentals” or on “reasonable
rentals.” Suppose for a moment,
it is based on “existing rentals”.
This in the first place, might not
affect those that had been raised

already, or if it was based on the °3

rent pajd over the last 12 months.

would penalise those landlords
who have been accepting the
ame rent for five or ten vear

Again suppose t
furnished before,
feels like renting t
nished he should not t
from doing so, and



e@ prevel

vice-versa

Of course, I have presented an Who is to determine what is ur

Judges in England. In one eas
I heard abou, the landlord had
installed concrete built-in-tables.
chairs and beds! Was it furnished?
The confusion and legal techni- |
ealities are immense. |

It has been the. experience of
tried and tested “existing rental”)
methods that the long term
results have been deplorable. Aj}



tem ~ “key” charges, or)
“entry” charges or more plainly,|
dvane payments to secure)
eferential entry to a vacant}
house, have ‘Megally levied.|

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peen
effect on the unscrupu-}
) seen
ut or devise

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Restriction. Act,

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Taxes On Land Raised

In St. Michael

IN LAYING THE RATES for th

members of the St. Michael

€ parish yesterday,

Vestry took the opportunity to

draw to the attention of the public that any large increase

in the rent of houses by some landlords, w
increased taxation nor the abolition of the

as is generally believed.



Policewomen
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AMAICA ALREADY has

Policewomen patrolling their .

ts and it may not be very
long befor? Barbadians will be
able to see Policewomen along
Broad Street. — ;

In an interview with the Advo-
cate yesterday, Col. R. T. Michelin,
Commissioner of Police, said that
he hoped it would not be long be-
fore they have Policewomen in
the Barbados Police Force.

He pointed out that the mat-
ter is now receiving the attention
of Government. ; :

He said that the detail of duties
performed by a Policewoman are
too manifold to be set out, but may
be briefly contained in the fol-

Ordinary street patrolling; du-
ties at Bus Stops; dealing with
market offences; protecting women
and children in cases of exception-
al indecency; searching women,
particularly at the scene of a
crime; inquiries concerning the
welfare of young women and chil-

as due neither to
Occupancy Tax,

The Vestry laid the rate on
ownership and trade at 12 cents
in the dollar, an increase of 4
cent more than last year’s rate,
while the rate on land was $1.92
an acre as against $1.84 last year.

The Vestry proposed to s
m . spend
aoe for the current year:
as year’s Estimates were
$763,045.74. <
‘ Mr. J. K. C, Grannum drew to
he

attention of the Vestry that
a number of persons had inform-
ed him that certain landlords of
the parish had given notice to
their tenants of their intention
to increase their house rents as a
result of their own increased
taxation.

He thought that the Vestry
should express its disapproval of
the attitude of those landlords
and explain the entire matter to
the public.

Mr. E. D. Mottley said that he
strongly supported Mr. Grannum
and pointed out that they were
all considerate of the various
subsidiary boards in preparing
their Estimates, so as not to
cause property owners any ap-
preciable increase in taxation.

He too had heard that some
landlords had been raising rents,
defending their action by the
claim that the increased taxation
due to the abolition of the Occu-
pancy Tax had made their action

field workers
dustry shall be increased by 12%



BARBADOS ADVOCATE







A GROUP of the members of the Confederation Life Association snapped
as they passed through on their way to Jamaica. Left to right are: Mr

ager, (Trinidad); Mrs. Als; Mr, J.

Mr. Roderick Als; Mr. Andrew Sheppard (Barbados
Organiser Trinidad); Mrs. Ferguson; Major R.

Andrew Sheppard the Barbados

The Convention will be held at Shaw Park Hotel, Jamaica and all
representatives of the Association present. From the above group Mr.

scheduled to give a talk.
Frank B. Armstrong and Mr

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Sugar Workers Rates Up 18e..

ay Increased
GET BACK PAY

The wages of all factory
in the sugar

and
in-



Also present at Seawell to greet the group in-transit
. Reggie Tempro.



at Seawell
Willard Grant

yesterday
(Joint Man-

L. D. Ferguson; Mrs. Pat Date; Mr. J. P. George: Mrs Grant;
representative)* Mr. Pat Date (District
J. Morrison (Joint Manager, Trinidad) Mr.

Representative met the other members of the Association here.

there will be about 80
Sheppard is the only one
were Major

Per
Acre In St. Joseph

LAND RATES ‘in St. Joseph were fixed at $4.20 per
acre when the St. Joseph Vestry met yesterday. This is
an increase of 18¢c. per acre on last year’s rates. Rates on

told























) dren etc., etc. necessary. Not 3 per cent. on those of 1949, a re- Ownership and Trade have gone up 7c., the new figure
; ot True lease of an agreement between being $1.40 in the pound.
ACK STEELE scored a K.O. va Whatever might be their rea- the Sugar Producers’ Federation The Vestry allocated $39,176.82 as the estimated ex-
; j tory over Harry Tate in their sons for Increasiig the rents, it of Barbados and the Barbados ee : ae ee ee : :
» Woxing match at the Joyful Hall was not true to say that in- Workers’ Union on April 24 Penditure for the current year.
Club, St. John, on Saturday night. creased taxes in the parish were staves. The Parish will get a playin; fi : :
; It was in round five that Steele the cause. In fact, the true posi- _ Back pay, with effect from field shortly. A grant for 3475 “o°° 11, most dilapidated condi«
scored his victory with a punish- tion was that if a man who own- éanuary 1, 1949, will be paid on trae the TO team ae | nO Not desired a playing
1 ing left hook. From the second ed a house, rented it out at $5.00 or before May 20. wae accepted ay Mec eierene ahd field more than he did, but there
round Steele was concentrating on 2 month, his taxes would not the Governor-in-Executive Com- was wisdom in the policy “the
‘ Tate's body, and Tate found it exceed 30 cents more this year _ Clause two of the agreement mittee to build a playing field at first thing should done jirst.”
i impossible to evade many of his than it was last year. Similarly wees that 1 gi sms eg cash Baihsheba. The Government will The Chairman said that he
\ blows. the taxes on a $10.00 a month DOnUS on total earnings by all provide the land. thoughg Miss Arne had pointed out
Tate took a short count of four house would not be increased by Sch workers employed from the “ When the matter came up re were two separate lot:
: in the third round, but a few more than 60 cents, nor the taxes oe of the week in which yiscussion, Mr. Cox. said that ASMeEBe the cone “wold
utes later was down again for oy a $20-a-month house exceed As i . ‘the roxnmencéd (nti! was thoroughly in favour of th ye used for the other
“acount of eight. He just man- jast year’s total by more than “’¢ end of the week in which the yiaying field scheme but he fe es Sie ee aco ai ;
fight out the remainder of F 7 : “ crop ended shall be paid to all S“S)°'5 NEG & ee ed Mr. Cox said that the Commit-
this * . Rn . er oF $1.20. such workers in the industry on that ‘one should creep before o tee, dealing with the matter hax
d ‘At the weigh-in Tate tipped the ie these figures, he contin- or before September 30 vhis year. alke d,’ otherwise accidents woul signe he monev
ued, the public should be able to [i will be at a rate dependent occur, hem« t of the people’s mone
scale at 145 lbs. and Steele at 143. : 7 a tv e at a rate dependent on ‘ _- 7 SOBs out of the people ne
see that the blame should be at- » size » Ofoey senor ye He had gone to His Excellenc ae kas ; ‘ ,
the size of the crop accordin ) a go Carte ske 10w the ex-
In another fight, Joe Green drew 4, ts 1 gz ; . Carter asked how the «
with Sonny Adams over eight tached not to the Vestry, but to the following scale: 120,000 tons with a deputation on the previou me f unning the playin
Some unreasonable landlords. — of sugar being taken as an aver- Monday and had voiced the san ERR aap oats RATT Fabia tol
rounds ere Tt ye Me at inl I
Pr : Mr, A. S. Bryden inquired age:— opinions he was about to voice ma: TCH 1h dR A hint yea
OY HAYDE of Edgecliff, St. ren it was really a fact that fs , especially as he had noticed itself. ee a teen
John, was injured on his arent See see ee et oT Ns 130,000 tenn : an the papers that the money in que: Mr. Cox said that they had be«
right hand on Sunday morning at ™ent he had Just” heard as a 135,000 tome 3% tion would be lent to the people to ,, inal helss cuslteina dent tn
about 9.45 when he fell from his â„¢0tive for increasing rents. He 140,000 tons 4% build houses : I Poe nee oe
bicycle along Church View Road, Could hardly believe it. He 145,000 tons 5 =e ear
St. John, Hayde was travelling thought some actual figures should, x», 180.000 tons . He felt titat the house question yy Garter ted that the
downhill and collided with a be given to _the public showing This agreement shall be opera- war a much more pressing pro 4 : f +) Hi buil lin should
pedestrian, The front wheel of the the true position relative to the tive for vhe year 1950, position confronting the island | natin d Th as colada sien
bicyele was damaged. co Ory in taxes on house pro- than the people seemed to be a as qe ee . ie rk
= perty. ene ca ; he building ited it « for
: +QEVEN ACCib=NTS occurred Mr. H. A. Tudor declared that erie a ree 7 occasions as dances I
over the week-end, four on it was a fact; he himself knew Trinidad Lawyers th ‘aie ‘aaa “ ee bie g the time the field was being
Saturday, and the others on Sun- some landlords who had carried aie tas : siovine neld he 2uilt, they could be collecting suc!
‘ their rents from $15.00 a month ° s 5 ying ieee ee
1 Three people were detained at to $20.00 and from $35.00 to Here For Oil Talks would ma » = setts & its i” Under General’ Business, ‘Mr
i -the.General Hospital after an acci- $50.00. mi pa ‘ money for paying ters show's’ Williams. said that complaints
Bb dent occurred on Melvin Hill, St. Mr. F. C, Goddard said that for _ Mr. Guy O'Reilly, KC, Mr. come from some other sour i were being tade that: graver
ah Joseph, at about 11.00 a.m. on the last six months he had been H. O. B. Wooding, K.C., and Mr. They should not use the BPTI’ al ache ciormae: ah kee (ni eke oaie
{Ke Saturday. They were Clarence speaking about the matter. He Clyde Camps, head of the legal which had been earmarked for rice He said that he did not
R Browne of Horse Hill, Jordon pointed out that what Mr. department of Trinidad Lease- | (houses. a siadian: taadh. Giectbinl
Green of Chalky Mount, Reuben Mottley had said applied only to holds, Ltd, are now in Barbados They should accept the money aise let “Pouniala. Wnuk thew had
Foster of Melvin Hill. St. Michael, as a man in that to confer with the British Union but they should say that they Bi ei eae his ittenti e
The accident involved a bicycle parish who was renting a house Oil Company and Trinidad joneq it was not coming from th? i Se Gast anniees. “al
owned and ridden by Browne, with for $50.00 a month would only Leaseholds Ltd., in respect to the people's allocation , a He h ae “s : that the
c “ racantati » shin _ pends A 4 Le cE t e had ‘iear¢ hat tl
— on the bar, and three-year- have to pay $3.00 a year now for Tepresentations which they were ~ Mr. Hutson said he in, S088 Fn orversiadees Read erraieed snes
old Foster, a pedestrian. rent, ae mun - cee agreement with the views of Mi ' ' hag ;
; N ACCIDENT occurred at the In Christ Church eae ind Oe eulogy Jeceee. Cox. The houses in the parish "1 a ay Maer al
yi corner of Broad and Prince He said that in Christ Church Pa ewe sate ites. dedit..with crave
x 800 Henry Streets at about the occupant of the house would They arrived from Trinidad divge: Se atly When the ti
7 $00 a.m. on Saturday between a have to pay a little more because by B.W.LA. on Sunday, and O: Ty ; Syoar come to“him for information, hi
bieyele owned and ridden by the Occupancy Tax in that parish are staying at the Ocean’ View 13,400 Tons Sugar : Bari the price: and tt ne
King of Spooner’s Hill, and was 22% of the entire revenue. Hotel, : I 3] 1 ligger nad to accept it.
seotber bicycle owned and ridden He however did not see the = Mr, O'Reilly and Mr. Wooding, Leave Islanc
a epee Griffiths of Dalkeith, justification for such large in- with other representatives of i cule Mr. Smith said that he agree
ichael, foal creases in rent, based on the in- the two companies concerned, Four ships were in Rory yester= with Mr. Williams. He added th
ee, ont Wheel of King mi cycle creased taxes due to the abolition appeared before the Governor- “ay loading a total - 13,400 toad the Vestry should pay the grave
' were oe guard of Griffiths’ of the Occupancy Tax. in-Executive Committee yesier- ©! Soh end 8 et a oh the digger for the work he did, an
ve aged, Mr. V. Chase said that to put day morning and made certain ak yin - nade ae the parties concerned should pay
i, FRONT WHEEL of a Mr. Goddard’s words in a nut submissions in connection with The Gunes aean nad Johilla are the Parochial Treasure
* bicycle was damaged in a colli- shell, a man who was renting a the matter. ett e ' 4.500 s of There were some poor peopl
si ; ’ house in St. Michae] at $50., a loading 5,000 and 4,500 tons ;
on on Silver Sands Road, Christ house in § years ee tdi. sugar respectively for London and he said, who tried to pay for
— oe suet: tae oe —- ae oe > oe = yo Liverpool. The Sea Breeze is tak- graves instead of soliciting the ai
unday, ional taxation not exceeding 2 ° i . 9 7 seer. for S tid H thought the
i ; ing 2,000 tons of sugar for St. of the parish e thought th
gateored in fhe acaident were cents a month. Dinner, Bed John, New Brunswick, and 1,500 parish should step in and helt
cycle owned and ridden by : s for Montreal, while the : 9
i i I mmonds said he : L tons for ontreal, t such people.
, peers Phillips ae Land, a Rati in seme of —Then Bars Canadian Cruiser is only taking Mr. Williams said that to carry
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4.159, owned and driven by Alex-
_ Brewster of Edgcliff, St.

Phillip's right foot was injured.

Wy ehtaNa ROAD, Christ
urch was the scene of an
accident at about 1.45 p.m, on
turday between motor car X.941,
Owned by Winston Johnson of
Hastings and driven by David
Brathwaite of the same address
a horse-drawn cart, owned
and driven by Leon Chase of Walls
try, Christ Church,
right rear fender of the car
damaged, while the right
of the cart was broken.

FRONT WHEEL, fork and
frame of a bicycle were dam-
a when an accident occurred
i corner of Vauxhall and
her's Roads, Christ Church at
0 11,45 am. on Saturday,
ne accident occurred between
cle owned and ridden by
h Alleyne of Penny Hole, St.
iP, and a motor ‘bus, owned
General Bus Company, and
nh by Timothy Cox of Apple
a ee,
,. ‘ter the a ent Alleyne com-
" Blained of pains, r

AT ABOUT 8.00 a.m. on Sun-
day an accident cccurred on
faxter’s Road between motor car
ot Owned and driven by
uel Codrington of Brittons
Hill, an a horse-drawn cart,
owned by E. C. Hill of Fontabelle.
Pius miven by Vincent Moore of
Gap, Westbury Road,

right front fender of the
Was slightly damaged.

RIDGETOWN EXPERIENCED

another hot day yesterday.
The temperature was 86° Fahren-

heit in the s ade.
Businessmen threw off their

and loosened their col-
estrians ” the two main

Streets, Sought any Available shade.
O* SUNDAY at about 9.50 a.m.

an accident occurred at the
Crumpt

of St. Michael’s Row and
‘on Street between a "bus
ed by the Diamond ’Bus Com-

Bile ne a bicycle owned by

Sea, Tannum of Harmony Hall

na Oe Gh ridden by Carlton Simp-

ton V Tosvenor 8 Road, Carring-
Village, St. Michael.

dete 20 Was injured over his

‘¥e and on his upper lip

explaining to the public the true
facts of the case; he would go
further and say that the time
was absolutely ripe for the en-
actment of Rent Restriction Reg-
ulations, because he knew of
many cases where landlords were
taking undue _ advantage of
tenants.

He thought that the sooner
such legislation was enacted the
better it would be for the com-

Two stowaways, Marcus Joseph
and Eitel Cummins: who boarded
the 7,367 French-chartered Egyp-
tian Tiner Misr when she was last
in Barbados, are now spending
time in France.

They made statements on ar-
rival in England to the effect that
they had boarded the ship at
Barbados and mingled with the,
other passengers. They had din-

400 tons for Canada.

About 1,100 puncheons of the
molasses are being shipped by the
Canadian Cruiser for the ports of
St. John, Halifax, Quebee and
Montreal. The rest of the ship-
ment is b-ing loaded on the Sea
Breeze,

The Canadian Cruiser is con-
signed to Messrs. Gardiner Aus-
tin and Co., Ltd. Agents of the
other three ships are Messrs.
Da Costa & Co., Ltd.

out Mr, Smith’s suggestion woul
entail longer hours for the already
hard pressed employees. In the
second place, he was not of
opinion that the parish had
obligation T® assist people in bur)
ing their corpse unless they wer«
paupers.

Mr. Corbin said that in an:
case they would eventually have
to go to the trouble , of uin
people,

munity as a whole.

The Vestry finally decided that
their position in the matter should
be published together with the
figures given by Mr. Mottley.

Mr. Weatherhead, the Church-
warden, asked to be allowed to
draw to the Vestry’s attention
some figures he had prepared,
showing the true position relative
to the Expenditure by the Vestry
in 1939-40 as compared with the
Expenditure for 1950-51.

He then submitted the follow-
ing:

1939-40 1950-51
Salaries to Parochial
employees «. $ 45,677.70 $127,281.72
Free Scholarships 2,712.00 4,392.00
Saniiation 52,907.38 188,555.00
Government (For
Fire Brigade) . 7,219.20 26,398.00
Street Lighting . 14,539.20 26,000.00
Poor Relief 104,858.14 349,595.42
Mr. Weatherhead said that the

Expenditure in the year 1939-40
was $254,564.02 as against $748,-
194,59 that day and pointed out
that the rate in 1939-40 was 814%
as against 12% in 1950-51.

He said that while -he realized
that the situation called for care-
ful spending, he would, along
with his Guardians, do everything
in his power to economise, but
not at the expense of the poor.

He pointed out that thé item

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What's on Today
Re-opening of the Legisla-

ture at 2.30 p.m.
Football at Queen's Park at

5.00 p.m.

Tennis Finals at Savannah
at 4.30 p.m

Basket Ball Y.M.C.A, at
7.30 p.m.

A A STS

ner, found a couple of berths and
went to bed

For the rest of the voyage they
were taken as passengers who
had paid the £50 fare but when
they came forward at Plymouth

get their passports pr
and go ashore, the ship’s officers
realised that they were stow-
aways.

With their British passports the
immigration officers could not re-
fuse to let them land. The ship’s
British Master however refused to
allow them to leave the ship, They
will stay behind bars until the
ship reaches Le Havre and then
they will be handed over to the
Police. There is a law in France
by which these two men will be
sent to prison and deported,

Convicted Thrice:
Fourth Time—30/-

The Judges of the Assistant
Court of Appeal yesterday varied
the decision of City Police Mag-
istrate Mr, D. D. Morris, wao
sentenced Sydney Gooding on
Saturday to 14 days’ imprison-
ment with hard labour. They |
ordered Gooding to pay a fine of}
30/- in seven days with an alter-
native of one month’s eli
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quickly relieves

COLDS and
CATARRH

It clears the nasal pas-
Sages to remove stuffine 8S
and the distressing con-
ditions of head colds and
catarrh, The patent nasal
app! ion bottle is infinitely better than spray
or dropper, and can be carried conveniently in
handbag or pocket without fear of leakage.



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Obtainabie from all Drug Stores:

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Owns Twelve |; .
elands | HARRISO

Islands

@ From Page 1
one of these donkeys which
named “Laertes’. The island
overrun with mongeese which
its greatest nuisance.

‘Great Bird’ is the second
largest island in the group. No
one lives there, but. it is the nest-
ing place of the seabirds who fy
about the coast. Harmless snakes
also inhabit the island.

_ Guiana is a ‘Deer Park and on
it there is a herd of Virginian
deer, the same kind that exists
in Barbuda, and they have been
there for many years. Beforc
the war the herd was fairly large
and also tamer than they are now
They would come out of the
bushes at dusk to graze and drink
but during the war when no one
lived on the island, people landed
on the island without permission
and shot, hunted and trapped the

is
1S

is

deer, with the result that th:
herd is now very small and
rather wild.

Mrs. Wright hopes that they

will increase again and that soon
they will build up a good sized
herd once more. Unfortunately
there are few females remaining

From time to time Mrs. Wright
has friends to stay with her on
che island, her son who is_ in
England studying law spent some
time on Guiana with her. Mrs
Alexander who lives in Barbados
also stood on the island for a
holiday some time ago,

Five Years at Hastings |

Lady Russell who died in Bar-
bados last year, lived on Guiana
during the early part of the wa
She wrote a book about the West
Indies in which she referred te;
Guiana as ‘The island of beauti-
ful Peace’,

Mrs. Wright is a land owner in
England. Her house and estate

near Dartford, Kent, were giver

to an ancestor of hers, for his
services by King William f
Orange when he came to the |

throne, : |

Mrs. Wright’s married daugh-
ter is living in part of the hou
and the rest is rented out to a
doctor and his family, ‘No one’. |
says Mrs. Wright, ‘can keep up|
a large house in England und r|
present-day conditions

Mrs. Wright spent five years |
Barbados during the war living!
of the flats in ‘Whitehall’

ings



one

Hast



Wangoes At Last

THREE mules and a horse ar-
rived here yesterday by motor
vessel Daerwood from St. Lucia.
Che rest of the Daerwood’s car-
g0 consisted of fresh fruit, copra
pumpkins. Mang which
been searce in Barbados for
months now, were included

imong the fresh fruit.
is consigned to

This vessel
Schooner Owners’ Association.

have

some

the



25

YEARS AGO

Barbados Advocate Correspondent |

ADVOCATE, APRIL 25, 1925

The unveiling of the War}
Memorial, which was to have
taken place on the 28rd instant]
and was unavoidably postponed}
wing to the indisposition of His}
Excellency the Governor, has been |
fixed for Sunday, 10th May at}
4.45 p.m

The programme of the ceremony |
etc. is now being arranged by the|
Commitiee appointed by His Ex-|
cellency for the purpose and full]
varticulars will be announced in|
ue cour !



The

Famous

Already has a name as
the hat of distinguished
gentlemen.

lis graceful lines and
obvious quality make it
Finish to

a handsome

your most immaculate

clothes,

WE HAVE A WIDE RANGE

OF ALL THE LATEST STYLES

10, 11, 12, & 13

IN A

VELOX

New shipment

| ROBERT







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Wilson

Cave SHEPHERD&.CO, LD. |

YOUR BIDE BECOMES A PRIDE



THOM LTD.



PAGE FIVE



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Quart size — will hold 21s Ice

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RECTANGULAR = CAST TRON

PORCELAIN ENAMELLED BATHS

3 6” OVERALL — COMPLETE WITH H. AND C.
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S1014.38

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—— ALSO ——

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with built in Thermometer 22.21
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TEL. 2364.



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$6.26
$6.67
$7.81

BROAD STREET.



new VAUXHALL

OR WYVERN MAKES A_ FINE CHOICE.
of these Cars recently Arrived.

COURTESY GARAGE.








TUESDAY, APRIL raE, 25, Pee

HAPPY REUEp |”
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« short or long wheelbase vehicle. Speedy
ee tipping is controlled from the driver's cab
mys See. WA : and the body can be raised or lowered and e
* again on sale through- P Gor SY FT held at any intermediate position. ji
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A OY Wek E nT ’ '
ee Al) VT yao. Obtainable from all GROCERS & DRUG STORES | UUWHING ESYATES AND TRADING Co, lid
= - Hay Street. ;
RIP an | one mn
HAS A LADY W
USED YOUR
Gece TELEPHONE .) - | ti
t , RECENTLY? Be Aiur: ‘3 THE 1. For
LITTLE oe! | _ toe aon a } 0 cwt. VAN. Forward control
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HE | ‘(7 - . \ xo : | , low loading line and wide opening z
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* FREE FROM HARSH IMPURITIES

NO INJURIOUS AFTER-EFFECTS
* SAFE IN ACTION





for BIGGER /oads—and §
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YOU WENT SO FAST, WE
N) THOUGHT THAT WAS
4 YOUR PURPOSE, To
? EA DEFEAT APE IDOL.

NO, THIS WAS MY 3&l DON'T TELL ME |
PURPOSE? DARLING, \ KNOW ~"MUST
(T SOUNDS SERIOUS. / LEAVE AT ONCE.’

» aN f x AGAINST HIM. MANY PEACE 1S BROKEN

APE IDOL OF THI {wo wn MYTH. IS REAL.| [TRIBES ARE JOINING: THEY Say
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CASTOR OL “==

Made by ALLEN & HANBURYS LTs. LOKDON

Agent for Jamaice. FORT ROYAL GARAGE Lt :
LEVY BROS. LTD., 44 PORT ROYAL ST., KINGSTON, JAMAICA, 8.W 1.
—

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pumeweruneees Phone 2385 Distr

COMMERCIAL is fam



Phone 490 7

putors

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S quESDAY, APRIL 25, 1950



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08.10!
1.20 1,50
“84120
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= nory of my dear wife and
ee ed BAR
ey April 23 1947.
ee ak a: of sorrow,
Into a heaven of

must Ete tiful garden.
a ny .

God aeooee ghopees the best.

sor in we place upon her grave

F Lt jther and decay,

Se her memory will always linger







a
.



: from day to day.
ol + he cm, SE eeer, (Children):
a Vy. Foster, M. Warren,
=

"B, Watson U.S.A.,) Grand-

‘Owen & Euclid. Great Grand

wie & Michael . 25.4.50—In

—

of our dear beloved

Olu BRATHWAITE, who
life om 25th April 1944.

have passed since that sad

C

J



was sudden the shock severe
knew that death was near
knew just what was best

) Bit took dear mother with him to
Baw remembered by: Evelyne,
og Mrs. Snine Millar
d ), Eyvol, Dunean and Louis
rat! (sons), Mrs, Byrle Brath-
site. (daughter-in-law), Mr. Aubrey
Tes | w), Neville, Sherlon,
mmy, St. Clair (grandchildren)

*
Curacao papers please copy
US. and — 25.4.50—1n

FOR SALE



TAR Stand 12 h.p. Sedan New
_ good. No reasonable

be ‘
er re . Mrs. Sylvia Manning,

refused
Hindsbury Rd. or Dial 2138.
— 24.4.50—1n.

1986 Chevrolet Saloon Car

5 perfect condi: . Always owner
Apply: cA. Rock. Dial 2838
4661. 23.4.50—4n

Two Austin 10 Cars 1946—47
is. Both cars in A-1 condition

» Hinds, Dear’s Garage, Hastings
. 23.4.50-—3n

¢

1949 Hillman Saloon owner

ellent condition. Cole
i. ae 22.4.50—4n.



let 1938. Good condition.

ly inted. Apply: S. G. Ward,
mm, St. Michael. 22.4,50—6n.

CAR—B.S.A. 10 H.P. flu
drive—nlways owner ridden,
condition with two extra_ tyres
: Mr. Archer; Redman & Taylor?
21.4,50—7n



C

OTO!

;

RICAL

iC FOOD MIXERS—There is
time for you to own a Boreas
MECTRIC MIXER at pre-devalua-
price. them TO-DAY at G
Na & CO., LTD. Dial

23,4.50—3n
RADIO rd Radios — 5 Tubes
to 60 Meters — $50.00 Cash. Terms
be arranged. Dial 4595; Lashley'’s

d; Pr, Wm. Henry St.
1.4.50—3n



0 REFRIGERATORS. Westinghouse
u. ft. and an English Plectrics$.# c)
Both in good working order, apply
B. Brandford, Sealight, Hastings
4065—3760. 25.4.50—1n







OAT—One (1) Alpine Goat giving
&10 pts. Apply to C. O. Lewis

its, Christ Church.
23.4.50—3n



i ‘orrect Office Posture Chairs.
three point adjustment to give per-
posture and maximum comfort,

with castors. 25.4.50—In

OUS

For the latest in Ac-
WERS. FEATHERS,

*



\|

ORIES

ILINGS, CHEERIES and

WET RIBBONS. Shop at the MO-
DRESS SHOPPE, Broad St.

23.4.50—3n

Cattle Bricks: Yor
Goats and horses, Contains





the mir eager for good con-
a ith. C. . Harrisons &
7 25.4.50—2n,

—— ‘psicnaeant eee
mNZINE .L.0. Improved Benzine.
ves ¢ and tar stains with-
injuty to delicate fabrics. C. F.
rison & Co. Ltd. 25.4.50—2n.
WID INSOL GLUE for wood workers

Chinaw>re Glve at all
Agency Co, B dos

M Weh Steet







PUBLIC

4t'c TION

I will offer for s
petition on FRIDAY 2h bee eee
at my office VICTORIA
square feet of BRITTO!
; CROSS ROAD, sT. MICHAEL
has an excellent i
|; Harbour. For inspection
uuons of sale: Apply
}Mc KENZIE. Dial 2947

SALES







AUCTION

SALE OF HOUSE c.

Merton, situate at Bay Street whith wees
Set up for sale on Thursday last was
pos*poned and will take ,
Wednesday next 26th instead.

It will be sold to the hi
| asics haat highest bidder

D'ARCY A. scoTT
22.4. 50—4n

' HAVE BEEN ins‘ructed by
Fdith O'Neale to sell by Malet
Tnursday next the 27th of April at on
o'clock her chattel house at Dayrelis
Road. which consists of gallery, draw-

ink room, (2) bedrooms, kitchen, toile*
and pailings, which must be removed

ER who fell asleep] Together with her entire lot of hous

hold furniture which includes, two

singe bedsteads with mattresses, one 1!
oair mahogany chairs, one (1) mahogan:
chest, one (1) mahogany ‘table, one (1
mahogany rocker, one (1) mahogany
dressing table, stove,



a mirror, and
mony other items of interest, Termes
cash, on

D'ARCY A. scorr,

21.4.50—on

UNDE



R THE SILVER
HAMMER

On Tuesday 2nd, Wednesday 8rd., &
Thursday 4th., we will sell Mrs, Dray-
ton's Furniture at Canefield House, St
Thomas, Full Particulars later.

BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO,
Auctioneers.
25.4..50.

UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER

On Wednesday 26th by order of Messrs,
W. A. Griffith & Co., we will sell various
items at the workshop, Lucas Street,
which includes :

Electric Bandsaw complete with 3
H.P, Motor and Setting and Filing Ma-
chine, Lot of Saw Blades; Turners Lathe
with 1% H.P, Motor and set of Tools.
Two Electric Starting Switches for a
motor, Work Benches, Mahogany Bed-
stead Posts, Mahogany, Cedar and other
Chairs, Mirrors, Iron and Wooden Bed-
steads, Tables, Cashier's Desk, Cedar
Press, Grinding Stone, Railings, Show
Case and Door. Comprising frontage of
Lucas Street, and many other items
Sale 12 o'clock, Terms Cash,

BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO.
Auctioneers

In







are 23.4.50-—2n,
REALESTATE

WE will set wp for sale at public
competition at our Office No: 17, High
Street, Bridgetown, on Friday the 28th
day of April 1950 at 2 p.m.

A Dwelling house (formerly the
Manager's House of Goodland Planta-
tion) in the Parish of Saint Michael,
with the land on which it stands con-
taining by admeasurement 1 Acre, 3
Roods, 4% Perches or thereabouts

Inspection any day between 10 a.m
and 12 o'clock noon.

For further particulars and Condi-
tions of Sale, apply to the undersigned:—

COTTLE, CATFORD, & CO



16.4.50-- ‘Om
“LEIGHTON” — Situate in Passage
Road, St. Michael, standing on 6,870

square feet of land.

The house is built of stone and con-
twins gallery, drawing, dining, sitting
and breakfast rooms, Pantry, kitchen,
W.C. and bath downstairs. 4 bed-
rooms (2 with running water) upstairs. }

Inspection any day (except Sundays)
between 10 a.m, and 5 p.m.

The above will be set up for sale to



Public Competition at our Office in
Lucas Street, Bridgetown on Friday
the 5th May 1950 at 2 p.m.
CARRINGTON & SEALY
Solicits.
23.4.50-—12n
EVANTAN

Situated on Top Rock, Christ Church
(Next to Yeovilton) on roughly Walf
Acre A delightful new modern Reési-
dence, having three Bedrooms, 4 large
lounge, Dining room, modern kitchen,
Two fully tiled Bath and Toilet. A
choice of a fourth bedroom if Lounge
becomes Lounge-Dining room. Outside,
Two Servants Quarters, Toilet and Bath,



CLASSIFIED ADS.

place on Rent

1



|



Two Car Garage, Price £4,500 or
newrest. For further particulars apply:
Ralph Phone 4653-—8402, 25.4,50—3n.



We will set up for sale at public com-
netition at our Offce No: 17, High St
Bridgetown, on Friday the 28th day of
April 1950 at 2.30 p.m.:—

All that three-storied messuage or
dwelling house known as The _ Brick
House and the land thereto belonging

containing by admeasurement 3,024
square feet or thereabouts situate at
Spry St. Bridgetown.

Inspection any days except Sundays
on application on the premises.

For further particulars, and Condi

tions of Sale, apply to the undersigned:

COTTLE, CATFORD, & CO

16.4. 50—10r





A PORTION of a Cocoanut Estate in
St. LUCTA — 300 to 400 acres, with ap-
proximately 5,000 bearing cocoanut trees
and mamy young trees, Unplanted land
suitable for cocoa, cocoanuts and bana-
nas. Situated 7 miles from Castries on
Government main road which runs 1%
miles through the land. Excellent house-
site 800 feet above sea-level with a
neverfailing spring near by. Electricity
available from power plant on nearby
estate.

ly G. L. HARFORD,
a Norwood,
St. James.
20.4,.50—6n

eS
DWELLING HOUSE & BUSINFS®

23.4,.50—6" | pp EMISES. Containing approximately



a.

Plurivite Capsules: Thes»
a well balanced oe
Each sule contains
anins A, Bi, B2, oan d. CS. F
§ & Co, Ltd. 25.4.

Melrose, St. Thomas
fuaranteed 150 pints milk
inspection, apply Teddy

os Dairies, Dial. 3896
25.4.50-—3n

T PAINTS—Brandram Henderson
Forest Green Sun Proot
White and colours, special
pers Paints $6.84 gin.
gin. ey sre Here.
25.4, 50—-13n
POLISHERS—-A few Johnson's
ifior Polishers, Dial 3878.
Co., Lid. Electrical Dept,
.4,50—6n

SAT

7
- $3.50
re



Oe PIPE, ee ete

are @alvanised pipe, be o9

‘ A. BARNES & CO., LTD.
25.3.50—t.f.n

HOSE—Two Ply Genuine
Hose at cial low
feet. y yours

. HUTCHINSON &

; 23.4,50—3n.

Bee ae aiias

‘om jolland .
Barrow. 8164—4805.
21.4,50—Tn

TINS—AMERICAN LUNCH
tray suitable for
They are attractive,
are just the right

aii!
WU &S cents each,

G.
& CO. LTD, Dial

,
to





23.4.50—-3n

YAMS at Alleynedale Plan-
Peter, 22.4.50—3n
Snecial offer Gloss

e and get
4.50-—13n









4,032 square feet. No. 69 Roebuck
A substantially erected stonewal!!
bulding in good condition comprises:—
DOWNSTAIRS. Spacious store and
store rooms, entrance to garage. Fvont~-
age: 42°10". Washing . and many
other focilities, conereted throughout
UPSTAIRS. 4 bedrooms, large draw-
ing and dining rooms, toilet and bath
room. Front verandah.
Electric light, power and water are
installed Seo, __ Tampection »y
t. one ‘
"Hae above will be set up to public
competition at the office of the under-
sigmed on Friday the 26th., April 1950
at 2 p.m. For further particulars and

of sal ly to
Cond Ons Te a le . BANFIELD
Solicitogs.
James Street.





For Sale Contd











a TRUCK TYRES—6.50 x

20: $28.25. 32 x 6: i fe u“ ar $46.90.
8.25 x 20: $48.25, Aw ER he gaa.
Another lot of

an” aa teat $31.00 complete. a
3878, DaCosta Co., Soe
PLA ‘Wha

ant “sy pene als for $16.60. Dial
3878. DaCosta & Co, Ltd. al
Dept. 20.4,50—6n.





RRADSHAW & COMPANY.
|

OR RENT

(lL) Upstairs with
+ Tuwning water in each. One
For

four bedrooms, Refrigerator,
telephone, radio, Apply opposite or
Phone 8286.

9.4,50.—t.f.n.

“MULLINS” St

Peter, fully fi
Available iy furnished

immediately till July 31st
most reasonable to careful Ten-

ant. For further particulars, App y
| RALPH A. BEARD. Herdwood Alley
| Phone 4683—8402 25.4.50—3n
a pe een creeinnioemeeonesioeananiees

RANDAL C T—Worthings 3 large
becroomy#. Telephone 3772 between 8.30
am, and 4.00 pom. 25.4.50—tn

i

~- Furnished og unfignished
2?.4.50—3n

S. Maffei
imposing building over-
the ir

RESIDENCE of Mr. P. Cc
beautiful

‘enced site of Blue Waters Hotel, Newly
ronstructed. Pully furnished complete
with linen and cutlery, Studebaker

Car if required. From May Ist for four
‘o six months, For further particulars
“pply to owner, phone 2787 of 8239 after
4 p.m, 20.4,50—10n



23.4. 50—3n



WANTED

















AN ASSISTANT MISTRESS for Alex-
‘ndra Sehool from the September term
‘vo teach Class—singing and Genera
Subjects.

Salary, on Government Scale, accond-
tng to qualifications and experience

Applications stating qualifications and

experience and subjects offered, should
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“Owing to the difficulty of tendering
for the replacement of the Ceiling at
the Parish Church without first remov-
ing the oid one, I now call for tenders
for the removal of the main ceiling of
the Parish Church.

Tenders will be received by me up to
May 6th 1950.”

W. U. GOODING,
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PARISH OF ST. PETER

Wanted by the Poo. ‘aw 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 Certificate and credentials to
the P.M.O. at his residence “Roseville,”
St. Peter on or before April 29th up to

10 a.m,
Signed G. S. CORBIN,
Cierk, Poor Law Guardians,
22.4.50—9n

NOTICE

ALL JOINERS & CABINET MAKERS
are invited to attend a meeting at Com
bermere School Hall on SATURDAY 2th
April 1950 at 9 a.m. when Mr. BRUCE
MOULDER, Manager of C. F. Harrison’
Furniture Dept. will explain a scheme
fur developing the wood working in-
dustry in s as referred to 'y a
recent issue of this paper by r
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LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of W. B Mustor of
Worthing View, Ch. Ch. for permission
to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c., at
a 3 storey wall building at Palmetto
Street (former Cotton Club), City

Dated this 24th day of April, 1950.

To the Police Magistrate,

Dist. “A”.
Signed COLIN MUSTOR,
for Applicant.

N.B.—This application will be con-
sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
at Police Court, District “A”, on Thurs-
day the 4th day of May 1950, at li
o'clock, a.m.

D. D. MORRIS,
Poli istrate, Dist. “A”
Aft. Polen ne 25. 4. 50—In

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The public are hereby warned against
g:ving credit to my wife EUGENE
BLACKMAN (nee Small) as I do not
hold myself responsible for her or sny-
one else contracting any debi or debts
in my name unless by a written order





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Christ Church.
The public are hereby warned against
giving credit to my wife FLORANCE
(mee Haynes) as I do not hold
lf responsible for her or anyone
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Welch Village,
23.4.50—-2n., St. John.

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myself responsible for her or anyone
else contracting any debt or debts in
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igned by me.

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BARBADOS

ARRIVALS—By B.W.LA.L.

From Trinidad: Alfred Taylor, Sylvia
taylor, Leandro De Monibrun, Elspeth
McCormick, Robert McCormick, Florence
Worrell, Dennis Atkinson, Carlisle Ram-
charan, David Vidmer, Juan Roger, James
Marshall, Neil Filler, Harry Filler, Char-
otte, William Farmer, Christiana Maingot,
Elizabeth Archer, Albert Michel, Viola
‘lichel, Charles Vail, Marjory Vail, Vir-
sinia Vail, Carolyn Vail, Monica Parris,
cauwin Lewis, Harry Grosh, Eustace
Welch, Michael Cramer, Jacqueline Cram-
er, Jaeques Cramer, Aurelia Cramer,
varl Hummell, James Hummell, Egbert
Gikes, Roy Wilson, Lynette Ishmael,
James Howard, Yvonnett Gilbert, Maur-
ice Jones, Hugh Wooding, K.C., Guy
O'Reilly, Reginald Tempro, Juliet Sam-
sel, Clyde Camps.

From St. Lucia: Amy Wood, Smith-Als
Mac! . Cynthia Evans, Ann Evans,
Alma_Evans, George Cresp.

From Antigua: Eric Hirst.

From St. Kitts: Denis Worme.

From La Guaira: William O’Ne*l. Ar-
utro Kohn, William ve,

DEPARTURES—By B.W.LA.L,

For Trinidad: Miss Marie Hamilton,
Miss Lucille Richards, Mr. Leona~t Ar-
noid, Mr. Peter Gaffney, Mr. arthur
Moore, Dr. Marshall Weaver, Rev.

Sriffin, Mrs, May Griffin, Mr, Herrick
Sealy, Mr, Gideon Burnham, Mr. Edwin
Lyder, Miss Margaret O’Co , Miss
Doris Wilkie, Mr, Bakhu in, Mr,
Delford Roach, Mrs. Lillian Coe, Mr.
Colles Coe, Mr, Seth White, Miss M. West-
en, Miss J, Field, Mrs, McCarthy-O’Leary,
Mr. Osmond Sanguinetti, Mr. Howell
Longsworth, Mr. Ryan, Mr. Habib Shtay
ha, Mr, Jacob Azar, Mr. Sleiman Was-
souf, Mr. Hayne Machoul, Mr. Jamil
Machoul, Mr. Anthony Hadeed, Mr. G.
O'Reilly, Mrs, Lovely Bergendahl, Mr.
John Bergendahl, Mr, Frank Aitken, Mr
Paul Farney, Mrs. Marion Hopkins, Mr.
Robert MacDonald, Mrs. Elizabeth Ear-
wood, Miss Natalie Earwood, Mr. Ray-
mond Earwood, Mr, Ian Shoul, Master
Stephen Shoul, Mr, Conrad Shoul, Mr.
Warren Bennett, Miss Cora Reece, Mrs.
Stella Reece, Miss Jean Thorne, Mrs.
Elizabeth Jordan, Mrs, Gladys Steele,
Mr. Charles Williams, Mr. William Wood,
Mrs, Kathleen Wood, Miss Margaret
Wood, Master Anthony Wood, Master
Thomas Wood, Mrs. Odette Fields, Mas-
ter Wayne Fields, Mr, Colin Fields, Mr.
Hareourt Tho: Miss Irma Boles, Mr.
Aldwin Francis, Mrs, Elsa Burgess, Mrs.








Maria Carbonell, Mr. Juan Carbonell,
Miss Albertha McColin, Mr. Woodley An-
thony, Mr. Bertram Ward, Mr. Hal
Combie, Mr, Thomas Lee, Mr. Robert
Haim, Mr. Eric Hirst, Mrs, Margaret
Alexander, Mr, John Godfrey, Mr,
Michael Acosta, Mr. Richard Burgess,

Mrs. Angel Acosta, Mr, Robert Douglin,
Mr. George Easdon, Mr. Stanton Toppin,
Mr. Paul Jones, Mrs. Ruth Jones, Miss
Kristina Jones, Master Lanning Jones,
Miss Emily Harris, Mrs, Mary Corbin, Mr,
John Corbin,

For La Guaira: Mr. Keith Horton, Miss
Wendy Spradlin, Miss Tamera Spradlin,
Mr. Gervase Spradlin, Mrs, Nell Spradlin.

For Jamaica: Mr. Andrew Sheppard, Dr.
Oliver Atkey, Mrs, Dulcibella Atkey, Mr.
George Roddam, Mr. George Adams,

For Antigua: Miss Cece’ Grant, Hon.
Edwin Thompson,

MAIL NOTICE



Mails for St. Vincent, Grenada and
Aruba by the M.V. Daerwood will be
closed at the General Post Office as
under:—

Parcel Mail, Registered Mail and
Ordinary Mail at 2.30 p.m. TO-DAY

25th April, 1950.



Other Plans For

Y * r “7? ’
Salvaging ‘Potick

THE Schooners C.M.W. Ipana
and Maria Henrietta failed com-
pletely in the salvaging of the
Potick,

For two days these schooners
worked at the task, but with no
success. Whenever it seemed that
the vessel was coming above
water, the ropes snapped and it
sank to. the. Careenage’s bed.

It has been understood that the
Ipana received an urgent call
from British Guiana for a load of
tice for Barbados. The Ipana sailed
out on Sunday and the Maria
Henrietta has returned to its
berth.

Yesterday the Potick was left all
alone and apparently in the same
position. The owner is making
other plans for its salvaging.



$e

ADVOCATE



Im Carlisle Hay

IN PORT: Sch. Alexandrina R,,gnet, Capt. Potrice, for Trinidad; Agents
Yacht Tern Il, 8.8. Seabreeze, Seh, }Schooner Owners’ Association
Marea Henrietta, Sch. Everdene, Sch. M.V, Caribbee, 100 tons net, Capt
Emanuel Gordon, Sch. Burma D, Sch, [ Gumbs, for Dominica; Agents: Schoones
Lucille M. Smith, Sch: Princess Louise, } Owners’ Association. :
Sch. Mandalay Il, Sch. Mary M. Lewis. Schooner C. M. W. Ipana, SM wns

Seh. Mary E, Caroline,




Sets Lady J net, Capt, Compton, for British G

Noeleen, Sch. Molly N. Jones, Sch } Agents: Schooner Owners’ Associ
Henry D. Wallace, Sch. United Pilgrin S.S. lady Nelson, 4,055 tons net,
S., Soh. Lady Zoileen, Sch. Glori | Capt. Roach, for St. Vincent; Agents
- Gardiner Austin & Co., Lid.
ARRIVALS S.S. Alcoa Runner, 4,823 tons net
Capt, Martino, for Paramaribo; Agents
$.S.. Canadian Cruiser, 3,935 tons net | Robert Thom Ltd.
Capt. O'Hara, from Trinidad; Agents S.S. Winston Churehill, 5,115 ton
Austin & Co., Lid. net, Capt. Jones, for St Vincent;
S.S. Queen Ann, 5,019 ‘@ns net, Capt. | Agents: Da Costa & Co., Ltd
Mcfionald, from British Guiana; Agents S.S. Sunmont, 4,304 tons net, Capt.
ea & Co., Ltd. Weir, for Montreal; Agents; Plantations
.V. Daerwood, % to net, Capt. | Ltd.
DeCouteau, from St. Taio Agents S.S. Fort Amberst, 146 tons net,
Schooner Owners’ Association. Capt. Kean, for Martinique; Agents:
S.S. Johilla, 2,389 tons net, Capt. [Da Costa & Co., Lid.
Vivian, from St, Kitts; Agents: Da Costs Passengers arriving by the LADY
& Co., Ltd. NELSON were from Boston Bing
ene ee ina R., 31 tons net, rene. vara a ley, ag Sh
Capt, ith, St. Lucia; Agent: | Helen Knowles, Ro’ icAuley, Cath-
D. L. Johnson, Bsq, erine McAuley. From Bermuda—Dori
8.S. Fort Amherst, 1,946 tons net, | Smith, Doris Christian. From St. Kitts
Capt. Kean, from Grenada; Agents: | Neville Carter, Soina Carter, John Har-
Da Costa & Co., Lid. ris, From Antigua — Cox ,Thibou
Schooner Freedom Fleary, 23 tons net, | Judith Thibou, Alma Thibou. Fron
Capt. DeRoche, from Dominica; Agents: | Montserrat--Catherine Skerret, Sara!
Schooner Owners’ Association Daly, Robert Jemieson. From Dominica
'S.S. Lady Nelson, 4,655 tons net, Capt. | Janet Winston, Bdith Green

Roach, from St. Lucia; Agents: Gardiner ,

Aystin & Co., Ltd, Passengers leaving Yby the NELSON

Saneron, P, F, Cameron, W. E. Reeves. for St Vincent—-G. Manning, R
—- Da Costa, M. Reid, H. Ll. Hunte, M.

DEPARTURES Bustace, Mr. ls. Baneroit For Grenada

Schooner Emancel C. Gordon, 63 tons | A C. L. Peterson. For ‘irinidad—J, &



GOVERNMENT NOTICE
POLICE TRAFFIC NOTICE

OPENING OF THE LEGISLATHRE BY H.E, THE GOVERNOR



REGULATIONS made under Secti¢¢n 36 (2) of the Police Act,
1908—2,

1, On the 25th April, 1950, no vehicle shall be allowed to enter
the Public Buildings Yard between 2.15 p.m, and 3.30 p.m,

2. Drivers of vehicles conveying persons to the Ceremony shall
enter the Public Buildings Yard by the South Gate in single line and
after having set down the occupants shall immediately leave by the
North Gate and park as directed by the Police.

3. After the Ceremony drivers of vehicles returning for their
occupants shall enter the Public Buildings Yard by the North Gate
and leave by the South Gate

4. No vehicle shall park
Public Buildings Yard between

in or be allowed to remain on the

the hours of 1.30 p.m, and 3.30 p.m.
R. T. MICHELIN
Commissioner of Police,

Police Headquarters,

Bridgetown,

22nd April, 1950 23.4.50.—-2n,

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF THE WEST
INDIES.

A vacancy exists for a Lecturer in Morbid Anatomy in the De-
partment of Pathology, The salary scale is £800 x £50 to £1,000 x
£50 to £1,200, and the point of entry in the scale will be determined
by qualifications and experience.
the instruction of



The duties of the post will include
working for the medical degrees of the
University of London and routine surgical pathology and post mortem
work in the Morbid Anatomy Department of the University College
Hospital. Child allowance paid and superannuation under
F.S.S.U. arrangements. Unfurnished accommodation is available
at a rate not exceeding 10% of salary. The successful applicant will
be expected to begin work before November 30th, 1950. Applications
(twelve copies), giving full particulars of qualifications and the names
of three referees, should be received before-the 31steMay, 1950, by the
Secretary, Senate Committee on Higher Education in the Colonies,
Senate House, University of London, Malet St., London, W.C.1, from
whom further particulars may be obtained.

students

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ZEALAND LINE LIMITED
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8.8. “DEVON” is expected to ar-
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The M.V. “Daerwood” will
accept Cargo and Passengets

S.S. “CETY OF DIEPPE” sails Port for St. Lucia, St. Vincent,
Firie April 29th, Adelaide May 5th, Mel-

Grenada, Aruba, sailing
Tuesday, 25th April, 1950.

borne, May 18th. Sydney, May 26th, Bris-
bane, June th, arriving at Trinida?
about 4th July, Barbados about July 9h

These vessels have ample space for
chilled, hard frozen and general cargo

Cargo accepted on through bills of
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PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE FUESDAY, APRIL, 95

Rain Hampers
W.I. Practice Match

WALCOTT HITS 58 N.O.

ie
: ; EASTBOURNE, April 24.
SNOW, sleet and rain restricted play to three hours
today when the touring West Indies cricketers began a two



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St. Michael's
Vestry

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comparatively new one, and
been introduced by Mr. Mottiey
in 1944, had increased appreci-|
ubly. That was due to the num-}
ber of children and old persons}
to whom the Board had to give
clothes. He coula only say that



i day ooo match here with Colonel! Stevens’ XI. | with th t rth
Py ay W ¢ wi the co-operation 0 e
ie Play was abandoned for the day after the players had |Guardians and the Vestry, he|
: n sent to the pavilion by snow and sleet. Colonel Stevens hoped to give of his | ‘
XI had then Scored 191 for 2 wickets. | Mr. Mottley said tt as tar as al ie Z hy
Pate ean ————¢ All the tourists were engaged ! he was concerned, he would make 7 es ; ;
(no apologies to anyone relative

in the match, five of them playing

iT 4 College A nd for Colonel Stevens’ XI which also

included five Sussex players and

Empire Play a local club man.

In spite of the adverse wedther

to his suggestion of the distribu-
tion of Outdoor Ciothing to the}
poor

He pointed out how it was
done, saying that he thought that}



Draw Game I-] eel eee ae en it was absolutely necessary ind iii
' . al incumbent upon themselves to —
‘ College drew one all with Em- Trestrail, only just recovers d from clothe those children who could 7
pire when they met in First}?? attack of measles and having not afford clothing to go to L .
Division football match at Kens-| 8 first practice since arriving in school, and so enable them to get © Yes, your baking results are better ; $0 Easy to tig,
ington Oval yesterday. England, batted aggressively for some sort of education. when you use Fleischmann’s Fast ° 1. Spotted
Wilson at the last ‘minute|the Colonel’s XI. He scored 45 He hoped Mr. Weatherhead Rising Dry Yeast. And wonder of won- ie orm a
scored for Empire to equalise with] not out including seven fours in would continue to see that the ders—you bake when you want to! Sg Water,
the school boys. Smith, during] his stay of 45 minutes. Old Age and other pensioners, as Fleischmann’s Fast Rising Dry Yeast + utes. Then sth
5 first half, netted College’s goal]! Two other tourists who played DENIS COMPTON, second from left, depicted at a reception at the Albany Club, London, witl, well as the destitute children got stays fresh in the cupboard for weeks. : When Shea
from a penalty for the Colonel’s eleven, Clyde the three West Indian fast bowler: left to right, Lance Pierre, Hines Johnson, and Prior Jones. clothes. He knew every school- Just as easy to use, when you bake at 5 package vel
Although neither team got} Walcott and Roy Marshall, showed We Spee RL ee eee ee eee master in the parish was interest- home) as compressed yeast. + Compressed yaaa |
wees. in oe. Meg — wrens eae a L Pj M k - bes — aa ; per po Get Fleischmann’s Fast Rising Dry 5 cake in Any teri |
~ o have the u r-hand o ow ling Marsha atted 50 children of the district got cioth- oe a ; .
i ea i i ance i1erre a es | Plans For ing so that they could attend Yeast today. At your grover's. veee one seurem

their opponents throughout the} minutes for his 23 and Walcott
school.

game. took 125 minutes for his unbeaten i “ : :

They were more often in Em-158 which included six fours. | A Commonwealth | Referring to Mr. Weatherhead’ o,f

pire’s goal area and had more} Lance Pierre the fast bowler a vm e e S| figures, Mr. Mottley said that the x Se 12%) without eit

opportunities at scoring. Theit} nq Sonny Ramadhin, who turned Car Vestry should be grateful for the HE

forward line combined nicely ana the ball “iitnen way made ihe comparison he had given, because

their back line was always iD} ijstemen cautious. | Ramadhin iy Peter Ditton Our London Correspondent it dic show that they did not sit

time to clear the area caren. eiteadl ingubies ae Pie ns é : }there merely to exempt them-
Smith, College’s custodian, Seiad as adil : u i ny “ ie LONDON. LONDON. elves from being taxed For

a wai a often, arene E ght ‘a tiie wear Ries JACK MERCER, former Glamorgan and Northants|_ Australian industrialist L. J | natanpe, the estimated expendi-
p 5 . . f J ) . . s . ° + . © . " — ‘e twee t . ven 39-

staek Gon Gente cede mS he was not bowling at top speed swing bowler, and now professional coach in Jamaica and Goes eae he te _— SE ed 1950-51, lA ri joploaed
Empire pursued a_ different] Smith and Walcott batted cau- to the Northants County side, visited the West Indian tn eel ad with oat ec ae f approximately 300 per cent.,|

game to College during second tiously and pushed the score along cricketers at practice this w eek and gave them a few words| ates, Mr. J. S. McCallum. He tolu| @"4 also showed that the rate had)







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half. They pressed hard for the steadily until Smith was bowled of advice Sr ee rant aE ea tert | gone from 8% per cent. in 1939-|
equaliser and when got, kept on] >y Lance Pierre, West Indies fast z ; He told tt t to try and |prod inn at tite . i 0 rar 40 to 12 per cent. in 1950-51 e .
pressing for an odd goal bowler, with a ball that kept low, a ee . sage = R ih se Peete Seni een Gece ee es , He wanted, however, to draw MOSQUITO
“ ‘ ‘ . ntti, si ig: “open O ef 7 “Reme or } | : : ra
Play started late at 118 Smith batted for two and tb . ‘] ae me beet va Mae The car was designea py a{:0 the attention of the members
i half hours, and hit five fours e climatic conditions are differ- |. ‘ sregoire.| that 1939-40, the < ol
a dike ein ent” he said. “Don’t try and baw! Frenchman, Mr. J. A. Gregoire.) "4* in tyes , the amount col- NETS
The Play Walentt wvas fol - fiieal anata ve fastest hit the ball 4 Mr. Hartnett went to Paris over|ected from city trade was)
aleott was joined by Trestrail yous seereer oa 1 ; pproximately $107,000 as c
: a : : aac ¢ 5 ae bring |Baster, and stayed the weekend! *PPrOximate’ ‘ as com
iets tak ; cate | ond the pair went for the runs. 5 har If you do you may bring ~~ S a ; | pared with $421,000 this year |
b umpire, taking the touch of | Walcott reached his 50 in 120 hee on some form of muscular} With the French designer. His!“ 1. suggested that the expendi-
school or roe pecconnga = minutes, but shortly afterwards pe trouble.” visit, he says, was very successful:| ture was nothing to cau . them
at " eeakee lores 4" : a ‘to rain, snow, and sleet forced the] a ‘ Mercer’s advice has been well|“! have approved the design and} jjarm, as no one had gone bank-
. ; = passe ©! players into the pavilion. Tea was]! : taken. Johnson, Pierre and Jones (4! is now ready to go ahead. rur They were rae” cadin!
Harper on the left wing who kept P : . rupt They were all very cau-
ron sa down. The Cohems backs taken have all concentrated on lengtn, The Commonwealth car, to be) tious, and had done everything to
however cleared the area. ’ No further play was possible rather than pace and of the bats- produced at low cost, will be/ayoid the unnecessary expendi-
College to over the attack io f . ' Hoke [ae ae: See ae men only Everton Weekes, who :s economical to run. A 6 horse- ture, bearing in mind they would
, , os ‘ 2 wickets. “A nail 4 _® te 1 , | power 4-seater, it is expected tol! r be . seting Yorupancy p
from Empir ids withir tive 2 Shite ton die accustomed to the English climate, : > pe not be collecting Orrupancy}
nint of of claw thes Mar ngi » Mamadhin anes 23 has shown any inclination to hit |}@o 60 miles to a gallon of petrol.| Taxes, 1
up laas.. “" 1 gmith b Pierre 53 Sie-ahine bathe. taal Maximum speed will be 75 miles We again have in stock MOSQUI
was the re of a penalty fon ty uate ee 2 in hour. Ii will be named after He expressed the hope that
conceded by Wilson, Empire’s Ext . Awkward I ts producer, “Hartnett” W hatever nape. ned, the poor NETS with Round Hoops. These
right half, who fouled in the pen- Pierre, ulthough not wling would not be altowed to suffer. °
alty area : 2 yi ys anywhere near his fastest mar The Price Present at the meeting were: | not been obtainable for some {
Smith, playing inside left for to get one or two good ; Mr. B. A. Weatherhead, Church- | i
College took the kick which he ANALYSI balls to rise sharply and o ; Price f the car on the narket warden (i) the Chait ))» Hon V. and you are advised to call early
powerfully and accurately sent o. M R W them, to Jeff Stollmeyer, nearly |W** 8 about £400 Australian] C. Gale, MLA » Mi A. R. Toppin,
chest high and to the right of S erre a 2 4 laid the batsman out. Fortunately | (equivalent to just over £300 in| Mr. A. S Bryden, Mr. T Bowring, make sure that you get one orf
I. Smith in goal ; SB 9 for Jeff he drew away his chin at Britain). This is cheap by Aus- a J. m, be Grannum, Mr. H. A ‘ P
Immediately after Empire ! ua (ae hae the vital moment and the ball) ‘talian standards. OXy one make udor, Mr. C. A. Braithwaite, Single hed size §] ae
swept down and made a serious a Pes 14 0 has thudded into the back ret, A, ©! (HOLDEN) has been pro- = E a age M.C mas - - — a
threat < the College oal. but 0 4 0 or am ¥ ‘lt duced in the e try § rs nase, Mr. F. ¢ ;oddard, M.C.P., i
al, bu 1; Wides 1 few minutes later Walcott wer uce 1 the country so far, and _ CC Wee . .
their effort was ne i when| vnReties forward to another good length| that sells at about £700 Australian. ~ C. C. Browne, Mr F, McD. Double bed size . ae § ]
Le : onan tes sah We ‘ g length | s about enh Giles osha
Harper misshot, send the ball CLYDE WALCOTT ball outside the off stump. Th A MORRIS MINOR (8 h.p.) one nmonds. 1
at st the right goa OK —_——_—__—_ Y +} } >
; ae z x = goal 5 - | ball whipped in sharply mal he smallest British cars ex-
olle; k up a continuous] ° : n + C i ported, cost over £6( i Aus- *
bul tame attack ahs fmpire’s goal caught him on the thigh. Clyde} portec 2601 0 in Aus-} Argentine Senator
are Cine owever rare] | RED WINGS WIN | ~ still has the bruise, but as he sé var rrency, after unport and .
3 however, rarely| Everton Beat i a cen a a le taxes have been paid Arrives In London
é passed the back line | ‘ wh ‘ Ee .. oe ne: Oe wot y + LONDON )
; At half time, College was 1 ICE HOCKEY CUP which I caught hold of uld ns og can & 4 .SOp 4 hy aN Y, April 24
: 4 Car fv like Mi Hartnett senator Alberto Durand, chair- "









Empire 0. Empire came back out| — ; Police 1--0 have gone for four runs ar, i you like, Mr, fart
; . iced DETROIT ‘pril 24 Attracting great srest. not| told me. man of the Argentine Budget and
r looking for goals, but College’s Detroit ; . Attracting great interest, ) Fi i ae 4 oe Nl, 12, & 13 BROAD STREET
defence was too stubborr The etroit Red Win won the! fverton beat Police 1—0 when|only from English pressmen but Mr. Hartnett has visited several}, inance Committee, arrived here 0,
} ball was kept up and down the St@nley Cup, emblematic of the| they played a third division foot-|also from his own colleagues, has| factories in this country making] 2°” SU) lay after talks with }
= « » 1 . 7 I i i
) field , World Professional Icehoeckey} ball match at Queen’s Park}been Sonny Ramadhin. His skil-| contracts for materials and parts ae, = A] anco in Madrid, and
: ; *hamt \ : ss i a ; ] " we . . . z : ‘ “The ignor Alcide de Gaspe Italig ee POSS Oe
‘ Another pe nalt y was awarded . e lip, by beating New | yesterday ifternoon This was|ful concealment of leg and off} needed for his project The Py oe + ae mM Re a 7 a PRO er = BORON “
College when W t sain fouled| *°r! ers by four umes to} ibe only third division match andJ| breaks had both Bob Christiani completed car will have practical- a yet et
n Colle; Smith re the est of seven seri¢ both vean played a fast game ind Roy Marshall going the vrong| ly a 50 per cent British content Senor Carlos Hagan, Argentine
7 : | . : “ . 5 Bh } : ‘ iumbassador h > met hin & sha q
sien toue" tala. panmite but Kiceeal “Reuter. [Police had many chances to] way. ‘Both batsmen afterwards} he said. Soa Guiee ures! even te ELDERS & FYFFES LID
, . jualise but ne\ nade much otf oe is enator Durand teay t
: “— oat. * ws ren: eee an agreed that it was no use watchir | He ‘ ‘ ' for the Ut ted St tes t : he —
mpire ni age i Ramadhin’s hand to see which ; :

etting rders

_mnpine. this stag R 0 see w way of the —Reuter. a ror
| cies bt the Collane nook, | ‘| Our Re aders Say: Sprenerere CE ee ee re cg {ent watch att
c exceptionally ro ger u Australia Si r] Friendly Football

the Sch Boy custodian am- . ' I > ‘ in nm E ¢ and i
t ean Si ith, was anticipatir ia am @ From page 4 Cannon Blows Up can “cut” i without giving aPy | there has been a big demand fron f [’ ¢ . ‘ . 6 | 1

and receiving the ball into his| 5s e the . ne Rent rys he = a * i aa . “abel , Petailers | Association GO [TQ
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With just fe sak nib to gt roa chon Act a ased on d be the urpris¢ eket Ir. Hartnett, who irtime | PO-DAY'S PIXTURES
* VadsOhauvle nta . ;
Empire got the equaliser Thi erm , special }toul Director of Ordnance Production}] Tambrose 3t, Matthew's Old Row
resulted from a melee near Col-| would have to asse a BIRMINGHAM, England oe t Canberra, expects to return t St. Leona Referee: Mr. E, Reece ; ‘ ' .
lege’s goal 1outl Wilson ant air value rent in contentious eee AY tr ilia . sot t tw ; ne ke a age Manio at the Bay. Hetetne is due te arrive here on SATURDAY MORN :
hold of the ball and easily tapped|°a8es; calculated on the market} pit Wola ‘War, a 75 mm. Gere B.B.C. Radio Veogramme | time at ° een 29TH APRIL from Southampton and will be
7 bs re : the oual . : ‘ First rid 1 a 75 YY re De oo-_—_..... : . ee
it in. The score was then one all,|Y#lue or the average market} Pi a Se d SSS , ing the same afternoon for Trinidad,
Play ended vithout further | Value for some few years previous aa 7 . ne p Os TUBSDAY, APRIL 5, 1950
I t rile f ) 1 The Ne 1.10 ‘
scoring from either tean y, on the repairs (estimated) ana | ©°UC" ey yea ora i “iia sin he It’s G T J 7
or ' Oy} Ana tS ain, Soinphce i ; GOOD TO KN¢ ' om : ‘
The teams were:— taxes payable, depreciation oi) CUS! Birm 117-45 a.m eT eect | e Ww There is ample accommodation available
f ti t che | Py > i | . ¥ : oa 1
College Smith. Gibbons.| uzmiture et ror ials, 9.10 am | IASC ali passengers going to Trinidad, 1
PH Ford, Simmo St. John, Morri I y mind. tt : In 19 : crap| Poe ote Dn S & ;
Bed, Smith, Tudor, Willlams,| best comes tn'my bone ed Pa ass bes ice Prom TOKYO 3 MINI ‘ARE $82
+ Meaf ri course In my humble opin | { ee oe, bee | J * ] iris is } 2 . MUM FARE $24.00 :
i Medford lion th . le . - } Li Choice ! On bhe Japan's baseball moguls, seeking is Matured Blend: ¢
the called unscrupulou Recently Frederick Der | 115 p.m. Radio Newsree wine oure f revenu t d Bottl \ :
Empire Smith, Bynoe. Grant,| /@2clords would benetit from this year-old dismantler turne in| Jol I 5 Bar 2 p.m. Th i ata eVENUC, aPC Casts an ottled >» py as ‘
; mith, Bynoe, Gran ! wh nantler, turned an} Qi. John Bi a Me | ing w alancoe % + Nonny > vwone 4230 “te Agen’
Wickham, Alleyne, Wilson, Tay.| aod many tenants grumble! eal heath” mebtabe 10 Home News | fron ag wate glance: at the feminine 2 2 ; \
ior. Hab a hahas ar . D Y half of the population. ” | Ni
: abb, ‘§ nonds, Draytor harged are not, on the whole, as 5 Ralio Theatre, 4 p.m. The News : s i « SON
Harper exorbitant as they seem. It would The gun exploded } 410 p.m. The Daily Service, 4.15 p.m As a starter in their campaign ’ Ste ee
imake for more itisfaction| ‘py k lenae, ‘wae ie 7 5 pn : Bery!| to make Japanese women baseball LTD
Refer \ S tte é SLE o There had been a ve hell in| me 9.15 p.m pograsmur -arad cons . + . larida ce .
» Referec hh G n between landlord and _ tenant,| jt for 30 ve _ . - 5 43 nas, Rediscovering Wordsworth ribu . "18 boy f ae ; ant WILKINSON & HAYN N (0
: chal , or ¢ ears 5 p.m. Voice of the Violin, 6 p.r tribute 000 free tickets to a J ,
ince the tenant w a, for once Derrick suffered bu bout | Concerto, 7 p.m. The ‘News, 7.10 > m.}]major league game , No wonder "
; appreciate the difficulties of a e eye News Analysis, 7.15 p.m. Westward Ho | _ ae we §
B G Ss ] 7 landlord, the losses sustained when 745 p.m. Letter from Londo : 3 pn all club owners say they 5 out of 10 people say 2OOSBEL*.“ VWOSSSSONG30! - 359600000006
et oY. OC ects i house is empty for tw r thre $30 = Sale ‘den oe be en oe ee 2 Ene ee ae S
e Mpt) oort 2 30 p.m. Claudio 4 u. 9 p.m. Mee 7 aa ee: hain ‘ " & S ; a Et ae
? . mn months It would not restrict ee ee the Common wealth, 9.30 ptr Sone will make a large proportion of again
: Bisley I eam building of new houses — an im- | Bull's Band, 10 p.m. The News, 10-1 the women confirmed fans ;
! portant point, since the cause of Th W | aay ae ae ct 10.15} Up to now, only a few Japanese STUART & SAMPSON LTD
; (Barbados Advucate Corre ‘ : -) ; _ . » 10.4 a es apo A acter gee womer ave attende I »b: )
) r most high rents in the world are ( enthe r oe Report from Britain, 11 p.n roe ! the attended baseball Yeadquarters for Best Rum {\
GEORGETOWN, April 24 lortage nd it would not bi games N.S, |
The following have been se-|Necessary to place difficulties and tO-DAY \ ee SS SSS
tx lected to represent British Gui-|restrictions in the way of a land : [ |
yoy ana at Bisley }lord who wishes to give a tenant rw | amg ‘oy, | ’
ny am ° , Sun Sets: 6.11 p.m ( 4
; | notice > p | |
‘ x Warrant Officer F Alleyne Moon (First Quarter) April
Mr. J. A. Sutton, Major F. T.| Yes, Mr. Tudor, Rent Restric- 25. .
pie hy Manley, Mr. D. B. Staubyn, M1 ine would be a good thing, as Lighting: 6.30 p.m — y Fl T ;
4 G. K. Ridley, M. T.. Driver.} long as it is based on a fair value High Water; %17 am., Je " Sh SST y ° .
« P. Hing and Ridley (reserve) rent: you see, I am a landlord 11.44 p.m. ; c
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T TITSHXY. APRII. %  ::,. mi BARIIADOS \|)\(n Ml PAGE FIVE Taxes On Land Raised In St. Michael draw to the attention of the public that anv £ inci ,n the rent of nouses by some landlords, was due neither to increased taxation nor the abolition of the Occupancy Tax u is generally believed. •"•nankin „,„i trade u in the dollar. u 'Jh.l !C lh n '"" *—*• "e. nile me rate on land was $1,92 % %  nfMU""" 1 1 LM %  > %  " %  i iai ?7 P"'""^ U. spend $IW.IM.IB tor the currant .1 Mr .. J 5" C GrQ nnum dri Policewomen For Barbados Soon J Policewomen patrolling their streets a'" 1 '< m -'v ol ** Commissioner of Police, said that II P thni.oht ata .c ht hoped it would not be long be,,."',,, „ !" £" „""'' lho VMtr >' ?„,e uTey have Policewomen ,n £j'"'.' """\'V" P provaI ol g Barbados Police Force. a v I, ?, ,> "V* lunalor o He po.nl.-d out lhal the mat•'.'"' SEE" ""' %  "*• m attcr to tar is now receiving the attention u." „,: „ „( aovernmenl. , !" L, !*2SSW *"" ,hat hp He said that ">' detail ot duties !" '* lv supported Mr. Grannum nartormerl bi a Policewoman are '' '' I""" 1 "' ""' Uaat '.hey were E manifold to be set out. but mav ''", '.""""erate ot the various he briefly contained in the lot^osiuiary boards in preparing towing:""'" -o as not to Ordinar. street patrolling; du""*? propertj at Bus Stops; dealing with P r ""ble increase In tan A GRl ' ,nr u n " '' %  • %  Mr. Kxlerick 2E3IS market offences; protecting women He too had heard that Sugar Workers Pay Increased GET BACK PAY Rates Up 18c. Per Acre In St. Joseph Tinwages ,.( all Meter] field workers In the sugar inr...u b. Imnamd per cent on itiose of I94H. he St. Joseph an increase (if 18c. per acre on Ownership u lid in the pound. The Vestry allocated the current ^iS? 1 r"LE ij*3*s we. < i und children in cases of exception,"ciioras nau been ralsu al indecency; searchuig women. aendg then attion by the particularly at the scene of a ':="" ,n; Hie increased taxation crime; inquiries concerning the flue lo he abolition of the OccuMifare of young women and chilP a c> rax ha.; made the dren etc.. etc. necessary. J ACK 9IEELE scored a K.O. view>„„„ •?.'.,*/?' .. 'f" 6 "' an agreement between tm&if^JS "eSsT'taxirin'-luf-pari'irr'w. £r£sMe was^iK-emratu^on f USTJTSJf "fi*2 "*" ^ "• rate's body, and Tat. found it exeeT% nufn?ore"33? ye ajjossible to evade many of his ,„.,, """' , ... at siooti i month '""~ "" '"'''' earnum by all provld. tha J h ""'" Tate took a short cotin of four house would not bein. %  %  Tom the when the !" tt. k the hird round, but a few .,,„„. ,„.,„ u0 ,,:„,,' ,",,?' ,'',., bafUlnim "I th. !" -i minutes later was down again tor „„ „ Bo-a-mSSh ho. %  XtTweigh-in Tato tipped the ^Te'S."^ i" „„y Adams over eight S^J^ R OV HAYDE o( Edgeclifl\ St. whether It was really a fact thai John. WB5 injured on his landlords were using the arguOv. ISUM torn , "> " .. iao.ou ion> pert that the mo M k, i*>,oui tot 4 (,.,/! hfMiaaa isolooo tol" %  > %  .i -.I i. PI %  -Jiall be operaIVfl For .1ii' ye:ir 1950. Owns Twelve Islands 9 From I "air I %  an: iand II h mongeese %  Ms greatest nuisance. :•*[ Bird' la the second M island in the (TO also inhabit the island. hana is n 'Deer it there is a herd of VI deer, the same kind that I ibuda, and Ibi %  for many yean. the war !he herd was fairly Urge :HT than they u riu-y would come out %  K to gra*e an.i %  liveil ind without |H>T' not, hunted jnd trap, the result tba %  I all aiio •hat thai %  Mil build up %  no,.! HK more. Unfortimatelv •w tm %  From time to tin.t riieodi to stay with hoc a OQ who is in lying law mini %  Ndina tth M ... hoUdaj ajn, I'i\e Veurs at Hastings bades during lho oarly pail ol tfaa Wa %  %  % %  which she i %  Enaland. Her house an tford, Kant, '.! % %  -. %  r of Bf by KlllK \\ :. when ha cam* to th. i laughthe IKHJ %  nd his fatmh f t %  I %  OY HAYDE of Edgecliff. St. whether it was really a fad thai Ajohn, was injured on his landlords were using the arguright hand on Sunday morning at ment he had just heard as a about 9.45 when he fell from his '""live fo '" Increasing n bicycle along Church View Road, c uld hardly believe it. He St. John. Haydn was travelling ttooughtaon t-s should downhill and collided with a >>e aen to the public showing pedestrian. The front wheel of the tn o true position ratal bicycle was damaged. lOCTeaae In taxee on houai lK?rty. CE*t> ACCIbsNTS occurred Mr. 11. A. n.. hat U over the week-end. four on it was a fact: he himself knew Triml1 Companj and Trinidad Hifelt UUI I tic lii.ux WA > mm h mate praai aaaUleai eaatfraottng the Laland iii.ni law paaajle anaaaal la b i thinkhu Baawaa ahaaM be glvaa the ttr-i Ihauht. and II the people's BJMBM | apant an pUyinn brlrt. would not lw a party lo It. The Baaawa fai playing ftelda should oaaaa traan aaaac ath ei So,?1h" U bt and B r.rve'a! h &•. ,ijy I J-Pjctto th, ,, mc oa f> an* 1 mree-year, M. < — ronrewninitdiiu wiu.-ii -h..v. ..... aid Fouler, a pedestrian. AiiK'h :hey were invited to matin in connecUoc have to pay S3.00 a year now for rent. A N ACCIDENT occurred at the In ChtM Cliimh !" " o( Broad and Prince Hi Chriat Church ^nam Henry Streets at aboul the oo ipant ol lha houM would MO a.m. on Saturday between a havi Ittlc more becauaa ncycle owned and ridden by the Occupancy Tax in iranR Kins ot Spooner's Hill, and W;K MS .1 th. %  KPUter bicycle owned and ridden He however did sl cha.i. "' D, ke h !i^?V. 0n _i? r .5!* JfJP. T T!^ %  '"• cox. Tha i i and i< At l.axl I bruit, copra %  %  %  %  %  %  Mr Hateee. 13*400 Tons Sugar Leave Island The front wheel of Kum's evele Four aj Kl the chain £J<\ o Gnltith < • %  %  boUUon at damaged. of the Occupancj To ol augai and were damaged. in Four ihipi %  Mr V. chaw aald that to put dj ,, nm puncheo THE rlO.NT WHEEL of a Mr Go., „ %  ;, nut £ eo.u^tiori %  * %  *blcycle was damaged in a colli'hi-ll. .. man who was ranting a the matter. Tn T in hVOUl J.158, owned and driven bv Alex''xplaiiiing to the public the tnie _. w nder Brewster ot Edaclifr St iavls ot would go „T w "* ** w ^*; Mu ^ UM Jos ^*' About '. I0 I j >~zi:£ "cident at about 1.45 p.m. on l, kin/Tn d u e aTanlaL rf They madc t'nanta advantage rival In attaiKl ti ,j ( B ;, ^. u _. u they had boarded the sluu al signed to Messrs. Gardiner AusMr. Cnrhin s'lid that I. <71 by Winston Johnson ot Hastings and driven by David Brathwaite ot the same address £££," %  •Ma bonaa-drawn cart, owned w driven by I^on Chase ot Walls Tanantrv, Christ Church. _na right rear tender ot the car kAi .1.,. .1.'hey had boorde. Mr. I atfe would lie for th"mm'""" P""aT" They "whole e* < %  < b"M %  •"•' Th, Veatrj Snail) daddaxl lhal "''"' lo bed va, !'"'"' "SS* '" '">' '""" Should fo, Ih, ,, M damaged, while the right "• PuWUhaH tOgMhar ic.lh Ira .,, •Wng ol the cart was broken. Urn— riv.-n h, Mr. Mottlcy. „.„, „l when Da Costa I m. „ '"""""'I anu "•(. '..in|n>7..jvii ...alter "•rn... It,,., lh ,,.., ,hurch a to the Expendilurby Ih,Vi w;t 1145 a.,,, on Saturday. in i938-4ti unparad ..in the w n ,lu %  Wf* M The accident occurred between Expendilur. tor It iiiiiiimration ofllccis couU. ** bicycle owned and ridden b. He 'lie-;, tubmittad the follow'"* lo lct ,ne "i ,an,t Tf, e ship'. Jseph Alleyne of Pennv Hole, St ing: Brltlah Master howcvci icliised lo P9 and a motor 'bus, owned laaa-aa laaa-si allow them to leave the ship. They dnv k'"?" 1 Bus Company, and *^SS > ~ !" ehu { aana urain nl " r5 n "' *• £" by Timothy Co of Apple r.-.^s ,.,.„,„ "tfa£ '"JSi! ship leaches L. Havre ...'' ,'"' Church. sani^iaa, si.aoije lauiaoa thev will be handed over to the After the accident Alleyne com•"Vo.""^.",-.'. Illtaa aunaaP'"" ,p lns IK" %  iJaao asaa by which Ih. arill ba T ABOUT S.M ,. m „„ sun'"' %  "" **" %  day an accident occurred on *•'• Kealherheael said thai ?J'i • Hoad between motor cai f:v i--nditure in tha real 1930-.0 "">. owned and driven bv • %  254,54 02 ,s against 74,J!jn"el Codnnglon ol Billion's l4.- tl ,-inted out !" u. and a horse-drawn cart, "'at the rale in 183H-40 owied by E c Hill „t rontabella, u against IX* In ItfO-M. !" driven l,j Vlnoeul Mocie ol He said that while !., Ta. p Wc stburv Road. 'hat the situ, for csre!" right front'fender of the '"1 >P Convicted Thrice: Fourth Time—,'10/_ -% %  ,,,,n, iri.cic. nr *u dithi DWlKil.n.Hs ui,,| hMHl *-* anmh... . The Jud[a would. alonR Couii of la> varied .•"other hot day yesterday J^ 'emperatu %  "> the shade J&M mm en threw off their C ft," Bd loosened their OOlSZ./ !" h lrians t>'l 'he two main 0 N MN,M> 9.50 a.m. eomJ" ,' "' t the S2„ r '* Michaels Row and 2W Strrct oetween 'bu %  ijifc I?-** % %  —! %  'Bus ComajiW 2L* hrci owned bv ant VmS^^ ott R o*d, CarnngV-r.."" Michael left *'jured over his ' and on his upper hp with his Ouardiari his power to economise, but istrdte Mr. U. D. M'H Goodlng on %  d out tnat the 14 days" imprif t) On aaxe 8 \\ bat*g on Todkj Rr-oaening ul Ihr l/iiU lure at 2.39 p.m. FMIIMII at Queen* rark at sag .m. TmRi> i i^annah %  4 43a p.m %  Mket Bail \ M.t.A. a* 7.3 p.m. Ith hard lab-* ordered GuodinK %  %  Road at about a 30 i V OataalaBg lanal iDtiMM! uw. Fresh for your Pets ! FBUfU IMH, mow mm RABBIT (HOW J*io Jorvai & Co, Ltd. H.-itibuliirs. EPHED^OL i, II %  klj i .1 COLDS and CATARRH manded and diachargad. ia con%  ila anJ tl n.i i| I %  r . \ ,i :itl\ ill . inland Drag Slorea: KM..1I.S I.in A(.M,, DISTRUtl II KAK8 WOO \tu ot .it t BRaanaaaflt al U>VOCATB, AfUit. rha uiiveiiuiit ot tO Ila. VI" lOtl i i I'hi! Famous UJil&jon \lreud> laH .i DABM H tin liMt luil I Mlll'llll'll. Its (rBJCajfuJ lints .ind •An mils pjauUlt) nuukfl H a liinnl-imif linisli |u Ml nii.si iinniiK til.ilt t liilhi".. W( HAVE A WIDE RANGE Of ALL THE LAIEST STYLES HARRISON'S BROAD ST "THERMOS" JARS WITH WIDE MOUTH Quart size will hold lilts Ice O.M.y 93.4* E.UH. RECTAMilUR (AST IRON PORCELAIN ENAMELLED BATHS I OVERALL — COMPLETE WaTH H. AND C rAM IND Al. 1. MXISSAKY FITTINGS. sioi.tn "FALK" OIL STOVES i iltl.l MODEL -:• Hurnrr $29.46 FLODE ., 44.47 :' 5S.60 I 69.13 ALSO DOUBLE OVI N8 cvnli liuill in ThrrmcinicU'r 22.21 HARRISON'S HARDWARt D€PT TEL. 2364 rot evetu occasion on .Sale at tke ieadlna StoteS CAVE SHEPHERDS Co., LTD. 10, 11, 12, & 13 BROAD STREET. 7. rot tt it mi in COM is i PRIDE IN A NEW VAUXHALL i/./.ov oa wmatA naaa t fmm oaaasa New shipment of these Cars recently Arrived iioiiiiti riio.u Liu. roinrrsv CAHA.K.



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H i PACI ront BVRBAOOS \DVOC\TF %  TITSDW. V, f....._f BARBADOS 0 ADV'OGftE \ iril 25. 1*H ^s FOR ALL II* lln. F. ....ls..n. M.H.I. *\fw SlHJMI v tht> Governor opens :s'ature. and I Barbados look iorward with Ihe Lecislative proYncy will outline f the world, lives of perpetual ciisis. The may not be the same the w %  '-he baleful effects are %  12 deirees ever>-.vhcsj. problem that confronts matt is mainly economic. To problems are added social ltd mplcdt} and ancient • T. the economic dilemma .ved the social problems can be tackled with greater chances of success. gale difficulties should prove to olubla then • social lmII l>e doomed to failure. %  ixhoped that economics HiKxu llency's Bt months will have : 'hose responsible mam Ovwriiadowing all .m future of sugar attitude adopted I %  %  m i>taken to Htk a market for West Indian anxiously rk in i:\Theques%  i >rked b Kind up with the island's T e numbers 'if unemployed are present in a country, that innot be described as healthy. An i • I ml %  -.clopi any i -..: %  -..! • Is to nmenl will soon be iter Harbour Del nown in the M %  %  %  %  Harba1•.. the I out• ill that i iin wortonf lor a *"* J %  Old Afte Pension was elver. .: such low flsures. A wage of that an%  tu 5 per week from 3 Tnis normal man at 0 u not ustd uo Ue e U f n uun charge is obeyed' vanced from other quarters, or to remain under the old Act and ... .. — theTe u ^ importwhich deserve to be put forward, retain their posts and sauries —-s-i „f costs. and I. as one partly responsi! reach 85. TrM amount set down in Uus for the InitiaUon of this great Of course there should be con"* \£omates for Old Age tep In social welfare, and inu.enlent and senergus provision {_,.,„, ,, uuno. a very Mi unacted with it durini for retirement, as might be necesiVZr^JI Z. oueeUoo. at <>o, pretnoiurely, tooether teish involved by reductag Use age from the Dominions, to provide aalorici for the new oppoinlees. 5. u-uhoiil orrai J*Li !" the boon—Trinidad and British There have sometimes been two MOulory sapssljaaewiaiL~~T!*L~i Oulana followed our lead, tha ur three retired men from the for n must be "^vy""former sending up an OfBclal tame head posi'.i -the P ro P9 r on 0 '**!?* PTj delegate t'< studv our scheme a and salary to be provided for their pie between 65 and • £*zLL, .. year after its Initiation—and we .accessor The total amount of good deal higher than furtmr ui ht to be keen to make it as pensions at present be.'.paid in in the scale, and to open the do..; complete and adequate as may be Uus section of Govci ,.d mean a substantial In our ppenditure is around £50,000 a increase in the number of penRedmtion of The QulUrinf ir. a substantial sum which sloners. and partly from among, shou ::y and premathose sUU normally able to help v.rcsi.rily added themselves, sritn exper calculable in advance. Th. same circumsfancej of figures gathered In the Census 'I ability and preference to con'-.r 0 i yet been publishecl, irorklna irirt alto u-ilh the manual but according to flgur. worker, the domestic, the store out by us in com age reductton propc"' presei i ... — i"~ neeo some~ whatever may have tf more ,„,„ he ow A S'lTrvJ^h^Lt been the lhou.hu of those who p ^ ,„ f „ Mr hf ^ 10 „ ve „ 31stJ^rnber last £ ..J'1. remained silent on the point „„„. ran n ... ,. ,i„ wn „_ Yet we must prepare to extern Mr Mottle) spoke very .LoneH kand lm : :n V ly in support of his proposal, and ,,', h ,. ,,,„,,„,, : .-clings.and jusargued. wUh much reason and s Mll hn ,, ... r „. lice demand this, not to speak ol force, that since C.vll Servant. S^gSuJTol U 60 c .' l n i , i rm P n n ou f nd n ns of which international voice, ptaventod, the ncajit will be an increase food supplies. The work of tendim? sick animals is. therefore an important one, and through the surgeons, who are m. n i :;.. Bed I ,uch meat, milk tnd lothlng of hides) are saved eac prevention is most etfecuve a national scale by experienced! vetermaiy surgeons who have had a special' ning to equip them for their j But prevention of animal ci dependl ' pretty generous pension_ rights. %  **_ ^'L^; 1 ',';^ 1 !" riumbcr USEFUL HOlSEHoin MEQUMSITES si MIS .nd Ml ASI 111 s BROOMS and MUSlEW KF.TTLES, SACCEPAKS and FRVPANB \Mlil 11IS1I I OVERS BOWLS, BASINS. I'AII.S C.I.ASSWAItl .mil I IIINAtt \l.l: I'OI.ISIIES and ( LBAN8Bt8 WOOD STOVES and OIL STOVES WILKINSON & HAVNtS CO i.H)„ Suctatm,, C. S. PITCHER & CO., LIU Dial: 4473 :-: 4687. lions of id continually remind us :. defence agalj tMa An spread of Communistic propjmaniii.l worker, whose calling in"' ca" %  ,n,KM llke lh n „nda ttch ftrcnuous physical ^PP""' "•"** Ka labour, be allowed to claim his himself, or herself, having Hie ( 5> further, ooeing and data at 65. still ftVC %  I think, will oni or she. complains „ 0 f left unrhont amManct. : rithy with of being .1 little unwell and out TheP-. the ageing stun cultural worker, or of a job. and having Bo means— sible to care for them, under the rig person, but I > \rept perhaps %  .n -ay th.it there are at mon RclM Act of 1892. Let that be least fou: prtty *>trong points Committee is obliged to give tne administer against the .eduction %  '.gation. But more sympatr.ruu ir,,._* .-i-.i,, \u,,l„.,„ts I lo (...Hume e, been the case a,i, love, of animals. Workine probably so hack to atlon would be lain.. .as built up a reputation for breed(II 1. .nnot afford to sit ed and nce over 7.000 people ^^ animals, and manv overseas -or whom '"8 gO<" Iarnl annuals, a u rked already, and have been re*, V apart as Argeni"ch. room taken over by the lsl..i. • Russia have bouuht some of Britain's they may well ba na aim rtussa na i^ uppUrc. %  elp adequate 1 .. arm animals to use -i knowledge ol (arming, and an; ..cularly in dairy farming and livestock breeding — are considered est Kimewh..i sential to the young student, as well as a real i —: 1_ %  -•nee—that there main. When Titles Gel Into The Lust Properly Office LOOK!! Th0'** > ih tight* Vogr oft^M printers v.v,terday Storing UM liv SMIIH* IIIMIIM Thomond until he u able to set up nmo s P 0 1 offlc *• • land to ihe n. Ihil police, and army. rage. ] %  nd '' %  N1: raid Q& Ireland, is investigating Fur four years she had b< < rwxl Although 33 baron-' excluded '^ as unclan ..as no reeii that the heirs \: c jnnot be kcated. Although it i An -.aincd Robert for brc : % % % %  fir own countries.: lamed at homt-, as Ban' pioneer] work with [J: :I overseas tern-;r :.d school of veterinary ".as been built up in Britain. itudtnti who hope to carry on that, ist Wke a full-time course oi | which lasts for five years. The' >rough one; it takes just as long to train for a veterinary surgeon as for a doctor. Then at the end of the Ire i the student has passed his final examination. he becomes a member of the Royal College unary Surgeons and can put the letOmtm turn %  aeaaji I -i> UM D..luiJl Cocktail Sauav-igm DanJah Vienna UM" -hroonu p tin Sherd IW.111 per lb Dolocna ^% %  —a— per Hi %  .... 1, 1 llaciiit par tm Bake Biv.u %  %  Auatralton tail Ibm. par tb Hrmz %  i*T boi Now (01 you' selection fromMANS! ELD. StOIT &. Cu.. Lid •n fin, called %  and practise is a qualified animal doctor, not onlv in the United Kingdom, bu, in Co.,, monwealth countries too. There is. indeed. %  %  1 %  I %  %  are the onl> mei In toueh with Britain's ,.11-50.000 Surrey %  1 %  i'J38. but under Boot t to t %  % %  ;ige of 80. liw 14 years must elapse before tth by drowning 1 all told I of the %  n year old Thomas %  II. of The Bums. Linlithgow. should leany be Sir 1 "II, the 10th baronet^but for '.uthcr. ..:ed 75. •I e daughter of the last %  I old." .. baronetess—the ntUy baroThe 1M2. netcss ever known. following But the Homo l £,-,, XI %  %  ,h *' 1 WOTIH'I Plunket VII still ah' I died the following yeai ' All tno in %  Norton. Bll tli Francli BUekwtiod. w a bank manager in California %  1 ,,...,.1 tu prove Ihet \ Then a bad been formerly ol w, %  retiied hart" 1855. London, could all hi K at .Mobile He will 1 Mouse ol had 1 mmittee of lr.vliefc, ,] appeared < ..<. %  as the etghv. nas flown people may be deac. but with no known address. Hi proclaims himself tin Then two years ago. when he Prince .. . %  man as dead." • nd The task of checking he had died in Australia In lttT —a house-painter. I :• ipality. people are scattered all ov.r the No w Sir WUUain %  | 1L ,. cJovcrnment has world. Frederick has been ofncially uraciously consented to ^in —LE.S. iW2 Pr Th : '' s Pe ial organisation for Colonial territories ''.nown as the British Colonial Y< trained in I COVBSBS TAKEN AT COLLKGtS Courses are taken at colleges in London and a number uf provincial cities m K: and. ir. Scotland, at Edinburgh and Glasgow. a the students live in hostels, where they can be accommodated at less expense In the lirst year of the course the young student will study ^uch as c:.< but as the '.cds the subjects become more the fifth anil final year, for in %  1 uii meal and milk inspection and control, and animal medicine and -nntion the student must have had at least six moiili.s practical pxpi 1 and obttetrici (helping anin I birth) among the I apt horses and cal training in the i accidents in anitken. FOR REAL COMFOl and STYLE IN GENTS' F00TWEA SWITCH TO LOAFERS AND MO A FULL RANGE NOW IN STOCK— SEE THEM AT DA COSTA & Co, W Dry Goods Department Promising students often get scholarships local government education authority, and in Scotland "larships for the children of farm woi k mil ill AIM us SAYi a I .iiiillil s View ol Kent lli'slriilion %  %  %  The A<1 nee was made in Then ihere are qulto a iW who, :ier atftumttai %  1 int of view *** ^y* ""* ',, ; . aaaeea Baaev ihe -n( j ( Ignorant i>f Bw r rents pa>able by thut m>th "• roi chattel houses. iti charged But itea costing from %  '"' %  111.51)0 US %  • •&.' the pa wages and therefore eosta of :... lion. Ho it Is expected he raises the rent But S3, or $4 per month, but to something near what he could get for it — say ISO a month And ll-. .reason. V credit at the shops with which he deals, he Is finding It hard to n. it,age. Here is this swine wantentirely flcl and rent, and H Durable huh' < %  %  So we > Board to d '.tiers, an-..I-, furThis b %  %  Judges in Encland. In iiou;, the landlord hac %  -In-tables. '. furnished gftd legal tech 111 mense. aaaatn t ia is at 11^ %  awahae It has rentals." %  already. ENJOY TO-DAY the finest 1 it >l u I Ion \.al I a.. ill lllK'kliuit-. %  K m$no %  >d asm bi *40. 150. |60. and S -lurse. 1 have presented n v. 1 >i %  • 1 r lb 1 II> 1 it 1 v r. K HaU Hai( GODDAB' • On nir •



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PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATI %  >". mm.* Itain Hampers W.I. Practice Match WALCOTT HITS 58 N.O. EASTBOURNE. April 24 SNOW, sleet and rain restricted play ho today when the touring West Indies cricketers bo. %  1,-iy practice match here with Colonel Stevens' XI. n.iv was abandoned for the day after the players had been sent to the pavilion by snow and sleet. Colonel Stevens' XI had then scored 191 for 2 wickets. — • All the tourit< ware in the match, five of them playing : Stevens' \i which al. neluded i i local dub man. In spile of the sdverv Wiathlf lha UTSSl Indies player* showed impressive form Ken Treslrall. only )u*t recov i an attack nf measles and bavins] his first practice since arriving in England, batted atjresslvely for XI H. -cored 4* not otil including seven four"; in his stay of It ml ttMT tourists who played for the Colonel** eleven. Clyde i i Roy Marshall College And Empire Play Draw Game hi Ccileg. drew, one all with Em8 Ire when they met in t Firil %  too footboll miitrh at Kenslntfton Oval ><-i Wilson lit the last Tninute scored for Empire to squat the school DO] Smith, during Aral kail %  • "•< goal from a 11 Although lu-iUur I.-.ITII §01 supremacy in the game, College seemed to ban the uppar-l theit opponent •itrouRhout the l*v I The) Wi '• n In Kmpire's goal area and had more, opportunity at scoring Their forwurd lire oORlbblOd nicely and their beck line was alv. I Smith. Col* CU todian played well and often surprised the spvtai"> bs brlnflni n* Enipinpursued a different game to Co) Irk.during second half The\ pn tsed haixl foi the equali < n not. kept on pressing fui l Pbv Muted lab The fill th %  bored down immru. %  school boys 1 at rentrforward passed Harpei m tl v left win* who kept moving down Trw i .irea %  from i Ihln ilvo they The ... right %  .v sent Die right of S 1. Smi'.'i In goal. In n I swept %  a st rioui thre.M Si i>ut their offorl was m Harper Coilcg" kept up a loiituiunut but t..r %  passed U At half time < IIK< Empin I tck oul knsj for goals. I : . i for Ihelf I Marshall b.v. ninutes for his 23 and Wnlcott ooh ISS minute* for his unbeaten 58 which included six fours Lan 1'ierre the fa"! bowler and Boony Ramadbin, who lumeo the ball • made iha batsmen cautious. Ramadbin, OUbteSOnte. Pierre bowted U adfl) and %  m although he was not bowling ni I %  ,\ ilcoM batte t MB> M pushed the a bowled i • Plena, Want bowler, with %  ball that kept low, at 118. Smith batted for t 1\ Walrott was joined by Trestra and the pair went for the run i his 50 in 120 and sleet forced the pavilion Tea was r-krn 1 ei play was possible %  i19l for I wickets I St I I VI—1*1 Inn: Marshall b R.rna-lhin %  %  %  .NAI YSIS DENIS COMPTON. I West hufli Lance Pierre Makes Balls Fly Al The Nets ll> PeiOT Mil LONDON JACK MERCER, former Glamoi: tonal coach In Vasitad tin crlckati ra at practice tl YjNi of ah He told them not to trj _^ ^^^^^^* "Open up'" too early. rolidiUOilS sn % %  %  hit the bat! l-o hard If you do you may bring form of muscular rrouiil.v Man well Plam nd Jones hava all concentrated HI only Bvarton Waato • % % %  to the English climate, %  -. any inclination to hit • iff the ball. Awkward Pierre, although not %  M or two gO< md one oi them, to -leff Stollmeyi laid the batvnan out. I for Jefl he drew away hi the vital moment and the ball mto the noek •-' A mil..' RED WINGS WIN ICE HOCKEY CUP Plans For Com mi in wea Ith Car Our London Correspondent St. Michael's Vestry g) Krm lee I been mtrouueer in 1944, j ;.bl\. Th il die num!ber of el. ] to whom | with th. of i : I oped b best. Mr. Motile, he was concerned, he m I no apologies to %  %  %  %  %  incumbent upon 'hem l clothe those (luldren who could to go t school, and so enable 'hem to get %  %  ir d Mr Went that the %  %  Udron u*i %  lotheHO knew ,very sehoolsd m looaat thai the pom i thai they could attend school. Rsftrrlni lo Mr. W %  eful for tbt %  i lid not ill : pi themUnted. For %  nue betv n increase ION: Austral... L •! Haitnett plans to pifldue %  in--(, eai % % %  > '.; %  In Loiidun with one ul : N this fc: %  < hop. to atari {J !" o ^ Ho u ti d, 7teMav fax $rte homemade A ane/m/k finer texturs! • Yes, your baking retultt are bmtlmt when you uic Flciactimann't Ft Riin([ Dry Yeatt. And wonder of w dcrsvou bake when you wmnl to 1 % %  anna [ %  " Riling Dr>* Yeat stayt frh in Ihe i nphoard Pa Just %  BSgy to uir, *hrn vnu bake m .. romptrsarU yeaal. Get F!' %  > %  iiiiijtm\ h'jt Rising Dry Yemt today. Ai your grocer'^. % % %  % %  ni*. "• TI *II Whndhaaaji] it Stays-fash without refriget^ %  The ear wag O^stgw in, -Mr. J A. Gregoire If) Hart it) van) P qnad the weekend wtth the French designer. His visit, he says, was very I "I hsve npproved the Off all ii now ready to go ahead." :nmonwealth car. to be produced it low cost. AIII ba economical to run. A 6 horse%  %  lag to a gallon of petrol. Maximum 'peed will be 75 miles an hour. I; will be named after iti producer, "Hartn' %  "" MM MM %  about noo %  %  nt to just over UUO in . tralfctn ita nd ar di o\>one make ran procd in the country so far and ..bout E700 Australian forward to another good : %  %  '. %  i. !" ' % % %  %  "< el UM Aiii %  | %  wide takei < the S.! %  I Wllri J lesulti I fi in % %  hold of tapped %  Pin. i i irther 11 i Colleir i tapgra lor, Babb, B Hsrper. B.G. SelecU Hislt> Team GfcORGKTOWN. Apul 1!4 Hiiley: Wan Mr. J. A. Button, Maja G. K Ridley, M T Drtvni -Krukr Our Readers Saj: 9 From |..:-. 4 %  en, w Li I i, .. i ontenuoui U IVI %  ly. on the i lurmlui' %  i Hid many tanaau irun i whole, as It would %  %  %  %  %  the losses lUSUUi (. li\ 30 ^ ears %  U i i (h 1 1 %  I voar*old %  ball outside the off stump. The ball whipped in sharply and, caught ham on the thigh Clyde lbs bruise, but %  %  uk-. The which I caught hold have none for four runs." i %  men bnl ilso from his own colleagues, has I %  Rairiadbin'i hand te Kta which way %  %  %  can "cut" it wM oul A MORRIS MINOR ( h.p.) one %  ported, coat I •iport and You i Mr Hartnett has aafttb factories in this C0UDU contracts for materials I r his proj< ivi eu whli i %  that in 1930-40. the amount col-| %  107,000 as COmi S421.000 tin •xpandl-l .; lo causa them %  rupt Tht ,i %  %  i lnd thay would not in' collecting 'he hope that lie poor would not ho sill %  I Ion V* AT. A. R. Toppin, Mr. A. S Brydan, Mr T Bowring. \ Bralthwalte, Mr E D Arfentine Senator Arrives In London %  II .., I %  %  %  Argentina %  %  —Reuler. Friendly Football Association i We uuaiii have in stork MOSQUE MTS with Kmind Hoops. Thewhi not been uhluinnlilc inr some I and you are advised to rail earlyi make sure tli.it you i>et one otn fiinqle tied si7.e Unuhle bpil sizi* __S1SU CAVESHEPHERD&CO.,L 10. 11. 12. & 13 MOAS 5TRKT ~ ELDERS & FYFFES LTD T. S. S. "GOLFITO is


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T ; ,|.HAi. Al'Kl l. S3. 1930 vl)()S ADVlll Ml I'M.I CLASSIFIED ADS. MR IIIM gA TB l'l III H SVUS HOUSES >n.-un..r.q. from Ma) !" ?~ *"*" "* "*li* Cam. %  m* ..fflor VICTORIA KTRHT MM Apply m Hd BM1 IN MEMORIAM —nnrg ul ItU do.' ^JTUSUKAHAHKIH -ho (-11 .lep rtfHj^itTof -wow. ?S '.ITlw beautiful Wrtw. upon h gr*\r %  ,iiliri "-1 Heray. l^Sr^-ry will %  -jr. linger ? -ur heart, (w-> •'" "' i Bag*I li.M%  £_> V FW-tcr. M Warren. W*t> & Euclid Greet Orand a Michael .SO-In twin*. m**OOrv "* ""f deer beloved LTvlCt-AlWATHWAITr.. who .Zed IMi life %  JSUl Al r '*** rtLn have PSd %  • <"-< "" j MM* 9 % %  %  knew that death w* near Bat lapU >MJ"< "* ** %  beat him to t* H—fc>T-Tl %  F.\,-\: li*nd Km ftm i Errl. Dunnan and Loin* %  C-J7II„H lapnai. Mr> ifTlc BenlhSf ^ew*htei.i k*W Mr Aul.,.s 33 4 50-Sh -e' up for UK an Ttiui**.,id r wikr< i r] U |r-d. rrem May • %  I* month. Tor futih,, "nlv to ownr. phoiv* MI o( U3 a (uM 4 SO -10.1 UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER • i> n.td In Arch Hull St '-Konuia Fin fMrtr,-r nrWuLin appl< 'MrV Rrl of BuMi H*)l. Pt L fha M 4 .3 f %  y-jVTKP %  'Ulinc qit.iliflcj-ii.ii "--h th* HMdnUatrou not lain | • %  JlWlY. SI I I Ul .vj anno i"i" jt HMt Mil WTWWTIVE ri|. Standard l> h p m Tr" lood N it rrlu>rd %  M Ca>. Illndabury Rd CAft-OM IN QwmM %  _. ifrtKt rondJtlon Alwayn own* P ^ipplT: C A Rock DL.I W CAJIB-Two Aurtln 10 OMI % %  MMI Both cm In A-l c. ,,:, Hmd. D---o am*. Utfl-On! &f llillnun 9-loon own-r mnM In Mirllrnt oondlUon. Colr SttOANEOUS %  OCBlodlwd VMlie IWlcK^ '..r J *"P. %  otfi ond hor-i'i *• l *onb MCMury lor i ,- h-*Hh c r. H>I %  *WK T, %  ImproNnl H-nilnc n """U. MM ual *nr italni withto dl,.-„u fUlcm. C T. Oo. Ud If I *> an CAK-CtevroM 1 %  %  > %  NAdllon ulth t Mr Areh-r, BMm nrcTDir*! UCTUC FOOD vi\: I tm for u., to ....... tm *• Ibt-ii To-ivw n* C hTTCHINSOS & ('•> £1 4 N "tUMOS-UulUril lUdloi & TtdM. i %  *€ M. to nmnc-d T>\..'. !'.'. i kannt Pr W H TW SRrnir.rnAT.iit'. w-lln*h ?.. 0 In •aaWORPK-Fbr the UtMl In Ari nowras -TATnr.rtf. MJl-IM.-. i ill > BJJP I RIBBONS r F 19 4 M-In %  %  HP. Motor mid Kr-Hin. and Kiim. M. MU lh HIMotoi Md Ml Tv-o Llorlr.o BUD | < HU) n-uUahoaany. Cedar and „uni Iron and YYoudrn |lrd>iadi. Table.. Cuhlcr'i Da .lie. Itailirul.. Show Ca* and Door Compi.m Irontaer ..I HHWKIi; I KOI MAN | < O \i ii. rREAL ESTATE -ft op (or Mir at public nimprUlMMi a| our Otnre No; IT, Huih %  tpt-4. Bndfrtown. on Prtday in. BNh day of April IHt at 2 p in A [>v.cllin houw •formwi.v ,hr Manatcm HOUM of GooilUnd PlanU%  with Uir land nn which It -tiintK conitiinlTi. by admranurnMnt I Ai-rr Rood-. 44 Pcrchaa or th*rraboui* iiqiavilon ony day brtwrrn 10 a m i.mi. coi-NTER AJWBTANT rnirmhchA ApplloatH>na m 4 SO id u %  For further particular! .nd CondlItoru ol Snle. apply to the uadenlgiMd:— SA1JRMAN— Muit havr drlwr-. t|etnm AppuoaUon* I.l MH only 13 4.40—3n Yiili|C lildl I U^AJLI>JlliI \KKI\ V! M. II V I \ I Ir.m ffrUHa*. %  r.i.lr Rim charon. David Vtdro-r, Juan Hotel. Jim,. %  F.llMbetli An-hrr. Albrri Michel. VI..W %  • HIM Vil. 4Muca Porri* Cruttl. Iu.1*. harl Cnmrr J a.-qu-Hn-Cramer. Jarquri CTamer. Auieha BOIL James Humnwll, I nettr Mil (lilberl Mamice JOUM. Huin Woodin.. K< Otq ...i FffBBl *l I..M. Am) Wood, Smlth-At. MacLrod, Cynthia Cvam. Ann Evan.. %  M.'i. K.-II.. Hour Cr*B II-M A.Uaaa Erie Hint iai M. Km• Wormr, •"rai La Oa.ira: William O'No-1 Ar0 Williani MuaBrav*. M r \I:I i u „v mi i u I-I t.l.M.J .. H-mlLI,,". I %  ..-. Ar%  rtornct a mham. Mr Bdwir. L>d*i. _Mia Mam ret t Connor. Miaa llakhu MISCELLANEOUS MOAT Sn %  ipnwbly pun *.<> 4 SO— li PI Bill MM'M'I'V %  nuiii. %  en. MUa J. Field. Mm McCaiMr Howv'l Mi Ryan, Mi Hauib Sht.-( ha. Mr. Jacob Axar. Mr. BlotHaU) w.i. ouf. Mr llavnt Machoul. Mr Jamil Machoul. Mr Anthony ltadce-1, Mi <; -n.lahl. Mi lahl. Mr. Frank Paul F.rn-v. Mr. Marion Hopkin>. Mr Knbeit MacDonald. Mr1 wood. Mia. Natnlir Ear wood, Ml R#j%  -. Od, Mr. Ian Mi %  B, Ml Jran Thon*, Mr %  Hn K.tm. Maiaairt %  %  %  %  Aldwin Fi^ %  %  Ul Dvrlraii. Ward, \' Mr Rubrit I Har* Michael Aco-t... Ml Kichani llure.-. %  .-it Douaii Mr Paul June-. Hn Kuih Jonrt, Mi_ Ul l l na Jonr-i. Corbtn, V iSpradlm, %  %  Mr,. Huk'ibrlla I %  %  iataaaa MAIL NOTICE I IBa QrnaraJ l\. %  Ordinary Mail at 1 30 p i £>lli April, 11100. SHIPPING NOTICES In i iirlUI.PORT Vh 1 %  M iwda l ai Mail B Cr.' Molly N Jonas, Brti R Srh Lady Zc Mmrt*(n. \BKI\ U I -llan irui-r. 3J0> urn not i .ipl O'llana. from TVlnwlad, Amt. CttrttlnMAutin A D 8,B Wuoam Aim • %  %  % \Mr.uld. from RrlU.h l^ii.ina; Agent. ".. Oaatti %  01 I.t.i M V. Daorwood. •* ion. AcniU Scnooraar Ownara* Aaaoctallon R &. Jolillla. 130* Ions not. Copt Vivian, from *t K(it. Af*nt.Do Cat* Srhoonw AloaandriiM R r-ap smith, from . l.u,-u. ; Aavnt D L. Johnmn. Esq. R S Fort Amhana. I.SHi. capt. Kaon, from Omtada; A*rnU Da Ckota at Co.. Lad. ***oonor Freodom Floar. c.,i.i iw*>S*I-M-r Ownorii A. %  l'iv-h. froni SI luiU. Am OtOd W F. RaoVOJ A Mortal Km %  %  Ownona' A %  %  nrt. Capt Conipton. In. lri %  S.R La.i. rpl llnp. i GardiBor Auatin A I %  (otoort T/•.!• la> Coaaa I %  .. M-rtmwiir. A|ant> Da Coat* A t\. Ltd Paatoncora arrlvlni: hv .-nr from Boat %  Miti-hril Han %  ennr MrAutr?'. From II. %  J.WLUI T:m. Ikou Inn Dal) Cilwrt JOIT.IW-.. I a Cimr. MONTIIM. At •IKtm MEW i i> i.i> i :M I IMIIIII M A \' 7. LDJEl %  in Aii.uuii.iii pom ln %  %  I man •— %  J wi > BLS Thaw vrU hay* aa>aaM> ataaai to (hlllrd. hard Ii., FURMEBB WmiY I Aianu Trinidad. I1A ('OUTA A CO. LTD.. The M.V -nacrwood" will for St 'u-cnt, B.W.I. Schooner (IwncM' AaaorUlion (Inc.) Tfl. 4#I7. M. tURK Ml;lli i •alia trr. M.T. ltd.. i'-n Apui a SUi May M %  OUJUJtl 'itvici 11 )Ajin N.O. '.' %  > h April Rdaa tth May n Paama* Michael, tlatidlnB on 997" aquAra fort of Laid The houaa m built of MOM %  .-t room*. Pantry, kitchen, U>th dowrotalra. 4 bad%  iU> runnln* watorl uprtalm. II .ny day 'axcopl Sunday* i%  %  iHritwn on Friday (he Mh May IM0 at I p.m. CARPING 23 4 SOl*i i VAN I \ I i A.re A dHlfhlful r.ew niodatn Iteai 'V % % %  I %  lilrd Bath and Tuilot. A If lounarr bacomea Lounfa-Dtnlni room. Outalde. .*Qiiaitora. Tollal iiiul llnlh. Two Oar C araa*?. Prior H 4.500 or li-.ii.li A Baard. Il*rdw..-I UWt i. %  .. % %  MBI MM %  i %  ... %  Wo will art up (or aalc nt public com. 11 Hla-b fti on Friday the II Ami te-to J :*> i All that thrre-dorlod mraauaffl or dwolllnf hoii^ known ai The Bncl llou-r and the lnd Ihorrt.. ronlalnlni by admaaiurrnn M)uaro feet •*thereabout* 'Hu.itr at nridittown. any day* eacopt Sunday* (in upplicatlon on the prenuar* For fin i tloni n( S-i. ;• C2l '" "* earned Bf ohialnmo orda*' for private OirliUnai Carda from ratal friend* No prarlouTH-eaaarT. Write lr-1.. | %  J-unrle Book to Britain, l.rarit nn *mo*t PublUhora: hufhrat romminin%  larvalloua money niaklnf ; aa*. William* A Co D* D t 10 Vtrlnri" p orki Praalon. EnalaiNOTICE 'Owing to lhe diltl.ultv M foi th, reularriiiriu <.f n,,. Oiiin ..I I hi Pari.li Church without tint rnno\maH* ,..d one, I now call for tendei*.he II_.HI ccillna: ( lhe I-ari-h Church. T-ndera wlU be received by m up L> M. NOTICE FAKI4H or IT. FETBaV U .1.1..! I., %  I .. . fur Hie Alntartouae a (tllly qu.. capable cat takiruj charge H HaUry aU.N) par month. muan praarnt themarlva* .'Ttlflcate and credential* to .1 ru. realdmce •Boarvill..* st. Patar on or before April Itth up t.i Stgnad O S roRitiV Ciark, Poor Law auardiana. I. i B) 'i Other Plans For Salvaging 'Potick* %  w rpjM B it iif lhe POT U>. .' with no %  the vessel water, U* I rvptl %  : i. 'i %  ''•i BBilad %  | id' i.r,i has returned to its St Piuiii. %  •SSS.'SSS rwncE \ PiXtrlON of i, Cocoonut Futa-r ,-..-. !" — H U ciA MO to 400 acre*, with apduatry In iroximalely Vr*0 heea-lafl rocoanut iraoa recent laaua planlad I*n11 Itnnald Tree. : rocoa. oocoanut* and Sana— n SMiialed T mile* from Ca*r1ea oi ;fBHS A CABINET MAKjOtS .. mrellng at Com : . Bobool Hall on SATURDAY .. I 9 a.m. when Mr IHtUCt. >ri.:.ri(. Maru^e, oi C I Punufurv Dapt will rapialn a arnarn* davoloplnif the wood %  • %  .—jy Ul Barbwdoa aa referred to ICL .I recant laaue of UiM p-iV Bj M 4" LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE 20 4 VI vi fa BAOt.. BH %  intred It TBABI I aui.li Teddv .: MM 31 4 W Jn PAI.NJS ll^ndr-n lf MH l.i -m ad clour, eporlai PaJnU *a M in B M BMI e .^r^OUBHERRA few J.hn*on-%  toutlfcr t^lahora Dial ltTt %  • Co ud Be. 334 S0-6n **JJ** MPS. HEBE' Half %  %  I 1 VMISJK Containing approalmataly 4.A13 iquare feet. No M R.KbucV •treat. A betantlall erecled etonc-aal' btptdln*? In ror-d eorallllon crmiprlar* DOWNSTAIRS Spoclo.i* rlore ar** %  •ore roomenlrai-. Wanhlng tanka. and many tie*, conrroted Ihn L'PSTAIRA 4 bedroom*. lr*c> MtInc and dining room*, tone* and bath Froni verandah. EIorlHc llgtit powor and water are %  i.rourhout Inapactlon > ba H no to public M the ofRce nl tha> Mth April ).* For further particular* and 4 ..le applv to HITCHINSON A HAM : I'or SnleoB-Conff/ •-:,. %  fc "a>?? ,t Tv '•' %  • Genome 1Rubber Roao „• -peclal too 5 %  Par *) fc' UlTtlUN-ellN A %  ... fM fc^'OU DLTJir V.,letv of -4 merlved irom Phone flli 31 4 | M „ J!^f *** %  "ui i i %  * They we ill avJT^Jpd are Jurl the rtfhl K "t-m.VB0N A ro I y I W Jn *• Pry? A:i >n **"' PUr4 liJ-rKlADLD TRUCK TYRES. * 30 . a 6: II. R •*•• RXCORD CHANGJaV-Another tot of Ihea* to hand SU-** W"P | i Du Jgm DaCoaU Co. Ltd_R Dept %  tntCKJE RECORD Pl^YESJ^Wkat • cm haw been waflUng for 111 • Dial ina DaCoaU Co Ud M-*"*" 1 Dapt. = %  *-•*_ STKEti RODS AND ( L.\MI1 Tw.i.f >nch Steel Tie Roat alacl l-i A1-. Thirty l I3> •uHnllM lla r^S T "2t"" .<*> n "• 1 iT s ..i„ Wutthlrm V %  I %  !! Spirit* Hall Street -former Ontton Club Dated thl* 14th day of AfTll. 1030. %  %  s:,.,,.: OOUH wjmrom for Ap) S 11 Thl. nppllcatlon v. aideied at a Uveiiainii Court to oe he'.'l .•n Thur.oVlock, a m %  MaffM rn-t I'KIIKOiXAI. "I I, | .ilni. i.nI jeli' K.iing credit to Bay wlfi UI.ACKMAN me* BRHUi all raapuiialbie h) one ele ciatarai tt> i In my natrar unlaaa by u %  %  iflied by mo. B*nad PRED BLACKMAN. %  u 4 :.o Jn Chrut The public are hereby wai f viiui credit to my wile PLOKANCK (HU. inao Hayneai a* I do not hold r..all roapotaSMe for h*r Flea ^ntractlng any debt or drbta In ii) natraa unlaaa by a BIB* "*'"" s?gv'ad SIMl-AIH <,1IJ Welch S3 4 SO— 3n Tae public are hereby warned again*! i i Oawaraa IM I my Bell reipomible tor hn alar ronUactlng an> debt my name unlaaa by a aTttl •Igned I nned CHAJUXS Ooaf/i St ARd GOD'S WAY OF TAIiUhVP" ^^J^oaalm hr.dat-ho. raauro'Ela. toothache, tram,rtti. and all norvo pab-t roldaaai I—rrlaon* A Co Ud T Mallard daaum %  Recent if %  Kaatlnga Phona 3BTI Woodvtlle THEY'RE HERE! O fhe handy llltto PORTA• for uar ovet a Oaa Boiling Ring %  van if rou hava a big ovao .i**ful hen you dont light up a big oven Wet for thai Individual dlah. Tho Pnce •* U Baa them at your Oaa ShowIINI'HUFARUFVA. iL.idwn.~l Alley %  rcond rauia Bargabu : 0 i*•! % %  B •4 Year, tiuarante, C f G M. Ajiieta-.. Marco Ice Cream Dec; i3 Yoara Guarantor % % %  hd > am Urn I %  >-. Canteen %  model'. atooakar Hadiu, iMalMigkfiyi. Mahoayuu retaclorv Ittifner >lnde %  BMW* .natll ataaWdBIIJ '.hie. Antique* Open dally %  am GAi mm IO.HA. IBOW I I..\>IIM NOTICE % %  OI.H i riiAi M xouri OH MM. lit | IU | J ,.IM \ I > ;, Bl || | Mil QOVCKNOI MB 1908—2. %  "i IVtfl "I M :.i. cBicr the P i North Ga %  %  %  PlfjaaM Hi lalidfll %  ;yw. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF THE WEST INDIES. %  %  %  i r" S S I at a rale • %  %  I a Senate House. Unli MM iNlil.l Ml N.-.e .1 |fcBj %  I0RTB0WI sn Name .1 M,ip i \SAMI \N ,| KM, % %  %  M.i,ral %  >ij. riti. Kallfoa I M-y Jth %  im. Halifax -' ,nlian Senaa*. I lmtm 11* it til* § n iii'iils. [gevta iv (liildrcn Shot's ii-.. ao aiEB i ..n.i Sinn I'.n IMIIS Hl lldOefeafZ SH E BRITISH i-eeaeeeeoeQ) LTD llr.H. I.r. : Swaa Sim Broad -ML. I "-!>. .:: III.I...Ml ui.oAim it siurnov "wo* nwauNon -,.. „ 4lr ..„ shadr n aae, u. ,,„,.,*.„..,„. %  Or* n v ii, :.,. ,, ,„„,„,.,,„„,. ,.„, mtk VM.VM UMMN U .:.-.! ...... s u umun sroai m u roi i UMBI n ran %  MIOAim \1 IIHISS S||0|. A.M. WEBB SUM k> Uoi.iK 'lun %  It* I'Ui k, BJ tn Mil IK* Mean i -s ^W^/*V/rV* eV '////////AV///V///V///V///( I | MBBj iniVEHS. HAM , %  aawBB j; JOHNSONS STATIONERY & HARDWAKI IARBAD0S ELECTIUC SUPPLY COBHWATMrN LTD. vi Mini is tiviuiiis CHll [) ICE \ii VIN \ I % %  HA\ %  IAME OJ "MARBLES ROBERTS & CO. — Dial 3301. ana* LUBOIICANT§ I.IW. Pionecri of Additive! invl^uUrl. icmiTLmcd.., IIMIIll MM .Mill V l/l II. WITH Ik Monty Satinfj-Wiy Wardrohee. Van Kobe.. iWOalrad. %  ir —vile MJorn*. Tub and "ther Faohion PtaanlluriI %  "rowing Room Tab.ee, SMebuarda. China Cahtneta. Wagajorui nnd other TflrUn^ I Kllchan end OoJUry rabmrt*. l-rd-. Baay and Ruah Chair* Deaka in plain and mahofanleed Deal and Mahogany, and hard oeanng CKoin. 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^ rsOAV APB1L IS. mo On tht? loftnull". ** (!*•**• MM, | SM | ,| Ike Weltsr. II..RIMDOS ADVOCATE PAGE THREE On the riff hi MX. MnUTH-WOOLGATHER. H.P Ur Crs.kiwc S Prut /er wage incrraMi now ui< i• iSkwr w Labour Qotrmmtnt. -WKaif Haw rhr at a time likr (hi. 11 — ll\t.V POLITICAL VI.I > % NO Mtrfa(mi< L'anl IS*? .[.i Wi 1 HOLT .ne.Mcm.al ha Bit Business In Big Homes LONDON. 'price war" broke out today Kr4 British nobility who havu nm their houses ujjen to paytMiar*. practically solid front r 0/ charging 35 cents per — programmes and fuide r extra — was broken by Duke of Richmond, who d Goodwood house. Goodit 18 cents a head. B a baronet. Sir Lance iky-Boevey. brought down price of admission future at Abbey. Newnham to 21 here and there around the ^lish countryside there were ligns out inviting anyone I the price to come in and wound for a mere 14 cents. he opening of country homes fecund has now become big K At least 55 country have replaced carved gates turnstiles. A few offer re Duke of Richmond even U a Arm of publicity ox^•nd now advertisements are ihfd -round the area. I it still costs 35 cents to see I of the really big. famous 7 homes. we include: D Duke of Marlbcrouah's helm palace. -mley Hall, o^vne-1 bv tho oLDerly. Duke of Devonshire • •worth. iMUtgbrookf, owned by Vis1 rUocbiium-ooke. and once IPipariy of Oliver Cromwell —I.N.8. AidFoF U.K. Films LONDON. The British Government'.-. decision in 1948 to venture into the film industry as the best way to produce "financial stability" in the business is likely to cost the English taxpayer at taut $2,100,000 the first year. That sum has been set aside b> the State's Film Finance Corporation, ihe organization established by President of the Board or Trade Harold Wilson to operate the Government's film venture, to 00VOI U intimated loss 011 its iirflt year's work. The corporation's annual report, just published, says: "It was realized by all concerned that the financial risk* were considerable and losses inevitable. The $2,100,000 provided may be too huge or too umall" James Lawiie. 13-year-old managing director of the corporation explained: "We cannot say exactly why some films lose. Obviously some of the pictures cost more than they get back from the hpx-oA.ce." Loans The corporation has power to lit.a British lilm producers up to i-i4.uoo.uou. Any money loaned has to bo repaid from the film's earnings. Already the corporation, according to its report. I.as approved loans of $12,558,070 for 63 films. So far only $135,388 has been repaid. Of the loans $8,400,000 went to the British Lion Company which distributes films directed b> Herb£r1 WUcqx tad Sir Alexander Konia. The company was advanced the money as "a matter of urgency." Anu bvth the British Treasury and Harold Wilson supported the loan. It still has $700,000 to draw and the company will make no repayments during the ne*J 12 months. Government money went Into 20 British Lion films including "The Third" Man" produced by Carol Reed and starring the Italian actress Y>Ui: May time in MayAJ.fi diractad by Wilcox; "The Launch Yellow ever Campaign KINGSTON. •Jo-yellow [mi campaign "fn launched in Jamaica, lo !*• POBibilily ol an uulJUow lever in ll,c ialapd •1 uniformed squad of .lawn commences an Island' Cure Fox Lov." and "The llac.plWfvey and eradication ol %  wt D "V* ' Your Lire." TOui-canylnj mosquito, rwltli Kingston. •Wal Government grant has %  W MI up this newest ^or the medical service, and %  • ichemo every dwelling "land will be visited and n a DDT preparation. or the International cam eradicate Ihe moaqulto urban yellow (ever. J" eBort has been linked of u . paiB ndquarters I p *? A m 't" Sanitary !" Wwlnngton. DC by the J"> to service in the > %  ia.'JL offl !" r ,r0,n "" „?'!' Dr P F de Cairo. •WVM in Jamaica in Z !? *" "P his operation • • Caribbean He has gf o' the area which !" Haiti and San M *£ d J1 " 'he Islands of *' Indian chain down to {".British. French and *ua and other point, on % %  "can mainland. fttTROSCOPE FOR *• '• VARSITY Aavoeat, CorTMBona.nl 1 %  ,,_. K "*>STON: .5s* wh cn "" %  ^aJES? "commerce RJ. %  J" 'o the Unlver•' Uic West Indie. '"" %  Jon*' h " '""" lh "S?,^,"' " in.trument <% % % %  > K Smartness Brings Death To Alfred LONDON. Asked a voice on the telephone: Can you preserve Alfred?'' Said a spokesman for a Piccadilly limi of taxidermists, discussing the call later: "He talked as if I could have no doubt to vallum he was referring. I even thought n might be a local celebrity by the confidential wajf he kept referring to Alfred." The celebrity, it turned out, was a gorilla from a Bristol zoo, where the name Alfred meant only one thing. The taxidermists weren't too. keen at first They had six years' work on hand, including the job ol stuffing mor* than 100 wild beasts such as elephants, giraffes and the occasional rhinoceros. "But because of Alfred's local, significance we decided to do | rush job. and today he is back in Bristol. looking very lile-like." said the spokesman for the Piccadilly firm, which has been in business 150 years. Authorities decided •• %  died because he was too intelligent "Yes. intelligent,' said the spokesman. ''He learned to eonNo liniV|'mIc,it In Commons ftj ALAN HARVEY LONDON Warned: one honest-to-goodness. independent politician. Apply: Houses of Parliament. London. No such advertisement decorates the walls yf Westminster, but it should. Those who admire the House of Commons as a model democratic institution are worried by the exclusion of independent members from the new Parliament. People's Parliament it. I t il l> L. I 1 < K SYDNEY. Australia. Radio is chancing the ttaditioi.al chanetsr of the Australian Parliament Members no longer address their speeches to fellow members, but rather to a radio audience. The change began in 1946 when Parliament, by legislation, mViscounl Cecil of CheJwood told ****** lhe government-appointed Australian Hroadcasting Corporation to air the proceeding* of either the House of Repn'sentattVSa or Senate eVSTV day parliament was sittms. Members quickly came to regard the broadcasts as a valuable means of spreading party doctrine. The question period in particular became popi members of both sides used It to erMoin what they termed government by regulation ..mi th 1.'. U vi 1 Kt, The present Liberal-Country Party coalition government which was 111 opposition when broadcasting of sessions m duced. used to complain bitterly that Parliament had become a mere cipher. Since the new government hus been in power. however, there hag been no indication that it will curtail or abolish tho broadcasts. Broadcasting Broadcasting begins when the •%  etaUsually 2 30 p.lH but once each week at 1030 a.m. It ends St 11 30 ,. %  I ... earlier. The S p.m.. call is regarded as the b<-st listening period and therefore is most popular with members. The party whips arranga 'his cult in :ni attempt to ii equitable b House of Lords after the rout oi independents in the Feb. 23 general election : "This fact is remarkable. for the first time in history, so far as I can remember, there will not be a single independent member In the House." There would be a handful of Liberals, Lord Cecil conceded, and ,i few of other hues, but for the most part parliamentary life would be dominated by the two great party machines. Missing and almost unmourned were the individualists Mho followed no "line" and told their constituentCabinet Power "Here I am. I am prepared, in general, to support such and such views, but you must rely upon me to vote as I think right on any serious and important question.'' Lord Cecil, a Conservative, linked the decline of the independents with the enormous growth of cabinet power during the last SO years. Members no longer were elected to represent the people but 'tq vote a prime ministei mu. office and through him. into power." Independent* had been defeated at the polls, he said in effect, because they refused to become Siwns of a parly system so well Bveloped by Labour and Conieivativui. Among the independents who sal in the last House—13 ran again 1 unsuccessfully and some did not stand—are numbered several distinctive personalities, including Sir Alan Herbert, playwright, and Sir Arthur Sailer, once Chanccl.oi of the Duchy of Lancaster and an authority on economic affairs. Similarly exited are three wellknown journalists. W. J. Brown, Wilson Harris and Veruvn llaitlett. The liberal Manchester Guardian found it hard to believe that. Hams nught not be seen amain ia determining the strength of the the House "shooting up l.ke • Ustenini audtaQC. i spring released, straight as a — ramrod, to put his supplementarles, now caustic, now illuminating." Bartlett who did not stand for re-election, supplied his own pailiamentary requiem. In a BBC broadcast, he reviewed his 11 years as a member, said he is sorry not to be going back, but concluded that for all that he led "a difficult and lonely" life si pendent. merit appoints an Appeal Musi Be On Point Of Law Sarah Johnson appealed to the Court inst %  of the Judges of the AsssthWI Appealbut found appeared her up peal could txon a point Ol law There and therefore the Court juriscUctu n .' %  %  %  mattei Sarah hrauflhl befon Mr. S. H ... \ charge^ ol his lanu ... I %  boa id I i On the i fined 10.-: tho otiici Ite :.'. %  | aleu. Judge* "i the Appeal. tK-ii il in d A Sarah appt i > •The hearing In the Court yesterday morning A Mprsatntcd y Mr wu &*• K. C, Solicitor Gem Sarah appeared on ha half. Point •! Lan The Chief .1 %  ... There paUant-defendanl had i biing "ii. coui i had nn lldgment he said* This purports t<> be Johnson fro. Assistant I Sejd Pig: RefiisvJ To Pay I p II Mr : judgment i E2 with lienm vs Court ol k < awarded % % %  :-. : n action ... C2 damI me k lalin VSf that Whitney, during the month ol August, 1949. agreed with Denny u %  %  ,-, ) could I m* <>therI h .. %  mpensaunji Den* Mi i n I Ruth, told U Me pig in %  returned %  %  %  tor it. -he tar its %  %  i was not ii Brigfs i Eor $4 and %  fed it He 1st Ihe pig for Inm ha would septa %  us they ry. but 111 SO. pounds TORIES WILL VOTE • on peas 1 Churchill saaert inr "t'' 1 nd not beiievr in i. anythU If we %  %  i -. hi reach Brn ground -gam i BDMDt that is not afrail or unable to do things II appv-ic IIVIIIUIIIII-II i.. %  %  %  I shouting for "mui i i i; %  ,..... foui da^c %  1,000 Dockers Join Strike LONDON, Apirf 24 London'! jrsansClsJ Ivi da) when 1.000 dov-. join the 8.000 alp i rtandlng to uniosd i i required 1 Hi "i hut Qal I Hdsl) %  %  union Cor I i into which my personal teeling read the dlate future. "How deep we shall have; fct descend the dark stairway that I Uirr. In an anayuda of t*> budeet. Mr. Churchill LUBI plained thai l.o.rmm<-nt -.prndln of £B.0OO,00O.SW m Bv had mortfaKed Britain 1 future. And a urine I travagance.'' Britain ed "ui "(lo.OQO.ooo of .1 aid from the United States and our dooUnJ Gums Bleed! i. ..Itnac CMN I-. ih ni-n th-u >..II ti lr-rli Mi>u(h or p*rh>pa %  hal -ill MM l.ill out m-lnii) .1 r I..U-I I KlU I it* llh'Uinattain OM -iiip mim )!•> ITiiMlh iu>i**ift AiTioim "iiii nuuM y> m UU lh writ .n„ -I" or •>Hiy hack o r.lutn .( -mpty_ t*e\ hl.-f-.llnc t "••' <• %  ) llghlr-M IK Iff Inr if tn If mi .'icri/ 1M,//..'.' Call in at COLLINS Ltd. mil M-ln t Mini I gVOHril Z7< party standing commit:.. 1 1 the upper lOWSf House win I*, broadcast on any parlicu.-i illy th,. committee tries to air the proceedings in the tfOUSS ubject of most .live* gets about three %  StnaU There is no at. all. nnnl "K 1l Chamber of Commerce Now Limited Company The Jamaica Chambci baa now been incorporated as a Bnutad liability company. The Council ol the Chamber now becomes a Board of Directors, and the President, the Hon. R. W. Youngman. M.l.C be known as Chairma Company 20/IN 14 DAYS JOSEPHINE KELLMAN OS 81 Joseph was found gifi.ty yesterday of assaulting Selina lienskin on February B. Mr. A. J. I i the sound of planes with before vhom the case was heard falling bombs. One day. when a| order* her to pay a One of 20/plane flew low over his cage, he In 14 t V9, U m default undergo was so scared that he had a heart, one month's imprisonment with attack and died" hd labour. on these estimates places Parllstenlng audience at something In excess of 100,000, for routine speeches, although there would be a largn lor important talks An example of how speakers have the radio audience in mind occurred recently when Howley James colourful Labour member %  or Hunter corurUrusi %  having clifliciilty with an i)l-iHting denture during a Suddenly he turned to the ne and bellowed: And kina I want to tell him this. 'I'll be home at tho week-end and I hope my are 'e a dy.' Pelain Is 94 Magistrate In two him, and in which the Hwas complainant and the Appellant, defendant .. till! HI I damage In the %  only he lo tl of law say that it is onl) Bar by the '.. 1 grounds of appeal The Judge*' reaaosu lows:— — "in UMM cases the '-^id< 1 f the Complainant ed went to show that tho ; I adjudication Inal Jurtsdli ..plainant had "In the circumstances the obstinacy Of the IMrndant in i not proOStly he construed into a bone •id.balM that ih* had the right to do the act complained of, and agree that iru> Magistrate had itrouerly found bet guilt i dcr the Petty Trespass Ad Damage eWtv^ C]^ jgf ( SL\ BEAUTY PREPARATIONS CLEMENT'S INDIAN TONIC %  log: Malt Extract. N^. nniana .-: c Indicated in ? weakness Loss uf Energy, Uusculi -,d all run Iowa conditions when%  .Stimulating Tonic is dasaj 0/ A BOTTLE PARIS. April 24. Damage 1Act decisions of the Police Magistrate p bow • %  ases' •Marshal Philippe Petaln head Vichy Government 1 That summarises the uiing the German occupation, and goes to show,**said H: Honto-day celebrated his 94th hirth-1 our "ihat this court has no Inday on the lie DeYeu. windswept. Hsdiction in an nppeal which Atlantic foilress that has been his j hni: i^,, dismiased with prison since 1945. — ;;r3^^u.e ^ro.ea I, ,,. ^* i .. ii,*. T. r ftd.ll .It his trial for treason, said to-dav A '"' l uyl to put a petition for i hou e ,he Pr P*r. l >. Sty SAFER LONGER! I harlfs MclUM) i I .. Oittributort PaUOS: havo just iccdvcd: — ARRID DEODORANT Pnc.: tlA JAU Oblalnaula at: — Messrs Booker's (BDOS Drug Stores Ltd. Broad Street and Alpba Pbarmacy, HaaUags. --0'*'----**,*,-,'. WILLIAM FOGARTY LTD. Inc. B. G. Grasp This Opportunity ol Jv Uw,|Ptol#aU0j-lb) "re. 1 s. ill submit h Million, a MO "ay 1,1,1,1 abo.il ..... .. llmi. „f thf fltC. llu l„ 1,1 10 Pfl.l'n. lop) 10 so ID He I* Vfu umxcupifd. Hiiuis. .. lin i — tm



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I ursrfii.o April '25 1950. BarbaJii $&wate 0 rrire: VE COTS Year fl. TORIES WILL VOTE AGAINST LABOUR 1,000 TROOPS UNLOAD STRIKE AFFECTED SHIPS In London Port LONDON. April 21. q-*R(MPS began unloading urgently needed foodsiiifls m London's porl in-day as the five dav old unofficial dock i strike spread In nearly 13,000 workers. — — •• 'in Cabinet orders about l.ooo I troops and sailors entered the dock, this ifiernoon on "Operation Springtide" :o unload some of the 80 idle ships. Tl worn immediately on unloading foodstuffs As they did so aaveral hundred more dockers joined the 12.500 already r.ui in protest against the expulsion 'rom the Transport and General Workers Union of three men alleged to have taken part in last year's sympathy stoppage* for the Canadian seamen's strike Official figures annot. i fore the Cabinet's trooj. put the total strikers OHIeial total still vvorkinn was 13.140 but an unknown further number had walked out this afternoon. Fire Destroys Atom Energy Building IN CALIFORNIA BERKELEY. Calif.. April 24 pre and explosion destroyed the Atom* Energy Commission administration huilding here last names shot into the kj from %  baiWfl %  The first was brought under control before it could spread to the cyclotron—an atom smashing machine. Commission officials declined to disclose if any irreplacable KientiSc data was loat. Nor would they --ay what the buildlog contained A guard was at once thrown found the area and thousands attracted by the flames were kept outside the high electrified fence which '-mlosed the site. The University of California 'J $8,000,000 cyclotron is in a concrete building about 350 leet from the fire. A security guard mid the bumed buildings housed "a maze of apparatus". Federal Bureau of Investigation agents tG-Men) joined Commission officials in immediate inquiries into the cause of the fire. No one was working in the building when it started The 5,000 ton cyclotron is one of the most powerful in thej world. It is a key centre in expenments In nuclear tlssoii. Three months ago it was reported to have produced a new element, number 87 the heaviest known in the atomic scale. The cyclotron fires "atomi. IwHttt"—or protons—to smash the **core" of atoms. T*ie "core" is the seat of radio activity —Be* tor. idea In :hc Porl don not affected were Tilburv. several miles up the river —Reuu-i. U.S. SHOULD NOT PAY MOUM.' %  U %  BRITAIN'S DEBTS' Fight Police To Stop Arms WASHINGTON fcprtl 24 Demon..9i ly, chairman of the Sea eign Relations Committee to-dav describe*! jng" a reported pro Government that -' ling balai • and other QOUntraM, Connally added tiiat the united Statei should not boa British pi in —Hruler. Communists OWftS 12 ISLANDS H.E. Ope Lives In Deer Park LearMaturi IIS DowryFor A Princess J0PHPUK. CKNTBAL INDIA. April 24. Fonj-ieveii Ru>ul Chambermaid*. %  richly cjparisoned elephant. 17 prancing steeds and live luxury cars were .-imong il-ma of the dowry presented by the Maharaja of Jodhj.ui u his sister. PrinMtl Rajendr.. Kunvarbai, un her wedding. She was married on Saturday lo the Juvraia (Crown Prince) i.l 11. i ( ia. The dowry amonj which includes an anneal armoui>. silver bathtubs, %  ad an ice factory has an estimated total value of 1,500.000 •mm. A .11 nun salute and a Mower of silver coins greeted the hrtdafroom lt<' foi approach to Soviet Gi en atomic eontmL ABDULL/iH ANNEXES ARAB PALESTINE AMMAN, April M, KING AliDULLAH OF JORDAN unnuunced to-day jfiat his Government had decided to annex Arab Palestine He told the new Parliament when it met here ih.il the annexation measure wuuld be presented to them for approval in a constitutional manner. 1 Two hum i fought through %  signing on ll.Ooo %  night shift m pou. %  The dailies foil. jt ihlpmew from Ami'.. foremen gave l %  KM on Of the i office we;. i lies and two poln %  Communist injured Communtsti again vlashed with iring the >. %  nimtst member of tin Chamber i N | egam call%  ng on the dockers to %  gainst employer!:; threat-, to stop Ihe gi oast of living allowance to! ho do not work | set minimum of how %  no unloading of Amertcai Three Injured lated the tuning on, depot and in the righting two ccaitmumtt %  %  in Brussels no America!: k Iffum ha* yet left the United States. The International %  ouariers are In Lon lea denounced as "crlmli ConununJ iiold up %  .his morning. in ,i rtafeenent r( larrd that the Communist* resorted U I I %  %  1 not prevent the docket rs from eaaBtawhuj b duty." —R ruler. \ear tntigua WD WRIGHT i 1 %  The To:.i l\ i l n M...U BaiM-roft I In his speech from the Th.. | fJog Abdullah said Jordan stood "wjh Ha wings spread over the 1 *• and West banks of the Rivei Jordan. "It lies within its natural rights la reunite lU . , 1 _. Briu,lr %  .ii to have '.-II consulted about the _ut she and tl I *£*•.*. accept it. Earlier thi, month the Arab **Wie. uhich supporu the ilalm AW Cilesllne of thr "tiaaa wranwnl' .f i|., \min tl I **J. HufH of Jerusalem, dejnneed King \bdullah, oUn ..* Jm *y League was expected to y Jordan as only the "ad"utcruik authority'' of the I nTl^f 0 area Pending a nna ftl^iine settlement JJ*meve. w hich double* the area and ppgwilatl had been asaaerall the forty deputie to the Jordan A tad Arab dlsti PalesUne. Arab league officials here believed today that a League Council iniifltt 11 consider King Abdullah but was unlikely to expel Jordan. They felt that the next move in the most momo dramatic happenings In thi %  %  i most likely be formula to preserve unil Officials who gather*-. radio in the. quarter* to Usteo lah's not unexpected decision felt expulsion would be difficult. Clash Expected In Bertto Soon H it spol the Unite. mem haa %  guns might break nut in Berlin i Allied foi Uussian. the record' to a meetn editor in ind ares widely put I en> member of the (',• %  by name diplom.it. and diplomat' > pondent knows who th" The spi • the forth, i in demon%  %  ourse of which Con n unista fro ii an> are proposing to march through the %  referred to BerD %  "an on .. He save •recent %  %  liberate! \ No Schools; Slow Twtes %  %  %  %  it. L %  %  u-d at (he of Lueon, said ruent The Cat %  ..; Hell %  %  ; nine maps of Antigu.i %  Hole wile UN euajht it froi hah %  and a hall small 11 I %  %  will open thi %  1 %  pr.14, iyso %  1 ..i %  we* %  I'mir HoiiM's i %  % %  %  %  miigo and Faulki.. keep our money until further -Rrutrr. Telephone Workers On Strike fa I A 'KK. April 24. -< ^f i 0,000 %  through muddv %  %  'hiding and eaa there -huuld u< will not —Iteuler Tortol; I %  th<' rnatalanri, %  u Ovrriuu h\ IfaaagajSM nlng wild • On 1 Trinidad Lufwyer Wants W.L Group In Parliwnent "Too Mum Prime Minhtei** 1 in W.I. %  %  %  Mr II \ I %  %  %  %  %  %  %  Defeat Will Mean General Election CHURCHILL CRITICISES DEFENCE SYSTEM LONDON, April 1.4. VI/INSTOS (llliumii. eaawainfeai to-day that ihrf i>|ipoMtiun would vote against the (iovernmenl on twi| ill the htiduel pareMajalt OH Wednesday. Oetenl <>n illu-r <•! ihe>e \otes wuuld. il is assumed involve ihe .<>\ ei iiitient %  levimi.iiion ,md %  new lienerul Beat latel .,., *' eil mcreiase No VgretMiHMil \\ ill) Kus^ia U.S. Says %  %  %  i %  %  %  aj it our duty i oei both the* %  ixe n We* i "Not to do so iitSMnent ou of fear .>i pie. in %  I tibia: ha lax n % %  as %  direi i ion i i... uon u urcbilJ said. %  i cied toward publn 1 m railwaj 'ares '.O in which waa being >li Churchill lure needed ntlon %  oavef was value) n the immense' i ereign tlaacan • i. whici, 11*1 |*rnilg. wUl not i itci end effectual but rather Km forms! i' the Unit of our %  Janata i on Page Bur ltV|Mrtt r*. From Ur Crasfa Site TOKYi I %  %  %  %  %  %  i %  %  %  KeulPi ^ Otsr uv. ,, (wrr-a^ndrnti Free Enterprise TaJki In Ui<> "I enjoy them best of all! aerfeel laaW) Beesi ilw ll.O. IH II 111 iiiwiiiin, in hmar*.* 1 "Oh. I i .., kni>". 1 I ncvilaaird aav -II i eel na -in. ,iii. ^^ lli.meuury ,alUm a lead from ban II %  HK lltl. 18 moi •*;3SBi Sugar Pactorv Will Close i' ,dol in %  rrrtif to nuild up Mr over n a taa ae n e, peaed of, If it tu. i... <,&*! IA N1 i %  eatatlt a • resga^eaai •sear ~Hael W %  miLiii* eiiji made in il.. peel t %  I *<"'inever be a better cigarette MAP o| aTB££ the pofcii. Island and t. who is at present \£ ae down lalaneU arc ahown inaide oUe leny %  Prime It. %  ea frorr fleuler du MAURIER THE EXCLUSIVE HLlcK IIP CIOAREIIE J. HUM m INOUND 93 CntS lot 50 Jj


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PACE TWO BARBADOS ADV< w 'PRiLa ,^ Qcuiib Calling A FARIWKLL. sh*rry parly was lvn by the Coloni-I Office last week lor Sir Georce Seel, new co-Chairman M Br.nst. Caribbean Commission. Sir ueorge. lormerly Assistant Under-Secretary Slat* I Colonies, is on his way to inc Weat Indie*, to take up his appointment "Weenie Roast" Party O N SATURDAY at theii r*sidonrc. % %  "lores. 1 Kent. M and Mr* R C Laltan gave l Weenie Rf|*f party to celebrate Mrs Laffan's birthday. It was great fun, tftj roasted their own Weir.. %  %  pecia! kind of sausage—ov< open coal fire and were si with baked beans and vartou saladand sauce*. Anuaruf. those present wer< Margaret Struabol, a Regwerking for the Creole Peiroleum Corpn.. Caripito. Mr. Harold Kaplan, Chief Engir.. Phillips On Co., Ban Venezuela, who are both holidaying hera as well as Mr. Thomas Murto, a diesel engineer now touring the West Indies. AaW tPH*1 ••: Mr. Wlneton Marton. Hr iM Hn Fred Oortdard. Mai Una. Col aftd Hn R M Uoid Still. Mr and Mr* M-cfcru.. Mr and Mr* Doutlai Bo>i. Mr and Hn nd. Mr and Mr. Typist Made Good woman who. in MR. LAXD1 "> MMNTRKIN deft) shakes hands with Mr. CUfJwsK irt*M SBssrUj ifter Mr. d> Mrmlbnin'a arrival at Heawell nsssptwa] MI'.MU'M: Mr. ( orhin is ;i member af the xroap of (! %  Mniilhrun's -.how which will be performing nri Break herr: hr> arrived in Barbados a few days aso. Mr. n> MoMhrun i hsM to make the final arrantemenU fi.r ihi-. BBM i. hi.li i named "Four Area and a Joker" Euatac* Ttw.maa. Mr Victor Mab llaikrli. Mr Bobbtc Duncan. Mr and Mr John Furnlval, Mr. M%r)..rm Hivne* MIM Brrnda lUinr.. Mf and Mr. Fred North. Mr Jack Johnson, Mr and Wra A Skmnrr. Rev. and Mr A. HaWh. Mr D Grwn. Ml" S. Mrafahon Mam C. AUraon. Mr. Juda*. MIM J-ni. Ho. Mr and Mr. Morman Fortwa. Mr. and Mr. F. Mortar,. Mr C Dirtwv.-. ol Hi and Mr* Vet* Red"> Mr. Bob Boll. Mr and M and Mr and Ml C Ooddai Landy Arrives %  ; and Here Until 'Nelson' Returns re from Mom Butay morninti o> l They are su>| %  i until tf returns on her tni %  hart until sh.> u-lurri. | \ %  %  .11 Toronto He was accompanied by hu M my psefh&i ta who were here for the wintei wonderfu. 1 iibados is. They arc ttM I Holel From U.S. Visit Freedom of "Highland Laddie" T HE West Indian cricketi rs have been given tnf dom" of a public house la I dale, Lancashire Pn prletot Ellis Achong of Trinidad r.m,.tail,f?„mRochdale • % %  : mg II Liir M >.e' r "i ur r r nnun t '' wived from Trlnid Irumprt" atari m %  sBBBaatre %  m Glasgow and saw hei %  %  Uh an. ition to be an actress but when -•he gatheieri ensugn cou tell her parent* this ttMrj told her to abandon such foolish BBd apply herself more rigorously to Latin. Gl her plan< | ... .: %  ctaolarshirj .i .ob in %  •hcatricals and soon found that ne couK look down and study a play or, ler lap while she touch-typed 'he busir:This wa* the day •plover a, •etter to agaO in an | %  n "Dear | tonight branch M kindly %  nan. did nol %  ino. by 1 %  l %  *ier ab:: PASTY PASTIMES PAUL REVERaTS .. i z party ..hen other games bare -?. ask an unsuspecUng '^aul Revere" m or her %  trwei il % % % %  oug.. wh: dass of water, a po:tei plan. %  Have him walk through It* blindfold h:m and. WB bemg twirled around amid lots of noijy ci-mmentt. ^ave anotheguest who s in" on the joav. quieth remove u:acles Then send blindfolded •Paul" ort on hxs perilous trip, and eniov hi cautious ride"' through nonexistent penis 'Tell your daughter to use Par a dot' CROSSWORD .' K i r 1 1 1 Jl J \i x n *i 1 1 c .' -Tae fint yean arr the wontf taey say. That's %  * BSothcraadvisr Ikeir daughters eorfy that Paradol help* nvr n^tlless auflenng (nun perindic ; diut'ceabie letdown or ai^refiecta. SrVniincany mtnpounded (rosa 4 ingredients. Paradol ^ w excellent for headaches, too. Get Paradol today—the name "Dr. Chase" is your aasurance. as Bit. CHASE'S PARADOL % % % %  Outck Rrfhl from Poin -• %  — GLOBE .„ X M, ... m n.nsisDAY S.M M OHM I, II I1I1IIIV 101 IM -" IHIHDOIHU <###* H\ run iMi.i.in THE NEW X5LSON PiaURE i f AND IB MU.I.KHS\ ASK party an inv him at the I addle" whenevsc they are in Lai;i.> Barbad until the -Nelson | U Ing. Going to Lodge fltS. E I %  i Triiuaad lerday by H.W I A and will IA here for one wi-ek > leave her kon wh. ban Her liu'-b.-.iid is with ths Indlav She is a | Hotel Glad to be Home %  %  %  a British (iuianu. and will In* returning Grenudian Loves Barbados \|. JEANNI Bl ISS JEANNE i bo was -i • • by IJ W 1 A local branch of the Mutual Ijfe Aasurana i %  De:i I %  f Problem i Cbiel Problem dos find Tnnii .'. %  %  Atkinson of I. I After Short Holiday jyf.H and Mrs. Charlie live here. Been In W.I. Since January %  : %  who has basj < S early January lef' .iad by i \ ^ton and M': In I rinidid for taster 1 In Trinidad Mr. Taj %  igo on UH %  %  Spent Winter Here for another OOU Returned to Trinidad M M. a 0 H. ;.:,-. K it W 1 A M'! K id Ml Col Oil to Lngiand uMg, spending u-.. United fl ..ill bt i<.turning to Barbados BY THE WA\ Hy beachcomber ) and t Desra*H It kbaorblns. is, 5> r. Obnousi* outside :i law. i7< %  ', WBtD uus U on l.i '41 %  :. This soi is CUM d) ... .r wtr. 1 1 r*ul*atinc wnen uie ttoini con tan. 18 :'ofoe ot you will Una tbu rathar J0l*# Question Of Age R ICHARD HOE dau^' Beatrice Uleao Is as old as < nloc together. %  %  old as Cnloe years fro %  I *!. Soma ... !2. Hsra as Uie pusaie may oc tas %  X beta around ttrm. (8) Kaara %  4. See I Acnwt. %  13 H may tia flown DP % % 8& C01UM3 4 TECHNICOLOR PRODUCTIOM IXI'lltl FIIIUAV I iTonded by proof rMdira i Ju-i a nairow vail %  %  ii.. Rupert and the Dragon Pills — 26 tr„ il Bupcn tt'i *fry orrwd *hen i ibai lbs akPSM ChinaI Ht tings J k uunl of ind he %  %  -• rcaon d i -. . %  much lo: m*.' CRYPTUQI (HI.Ilete's li.v to nork It: IXVDLBAAXI ... i EL i. \\ One letter Sbl r. In this example A is used fnr tho tbrM L's. X I aposof the words arc all hints. :ent. \ ( i pi..;-1.u.i Quotation U A F BI I A E M M JO S F B O Dlf XDI-T1VA, \T ARE T HIS I.H.I -;.ua fa %  Wiiithrt. Papua} d .i itiug DSJBJ bir,—w have receiv • which appeared in >our isaue 4, el.. oiorut uses Suibbo. an Bl| flfurtni It their success to this pi %  d of Stub1 bo. and those who h^v cars or for the drU since come to our i '• %  for th %  sntal poise, Logs and UM main of liKhthoilMequli thai form of nil nil— LI %  v. 1// till. I I th I 1 %  %  1. that Ashura said "Wi .;ii .... i %  .. For rhom> "What etaarity? i: "Hus,*' said Ashura. "Plenty kisses of baoi iH.insliles holp lo keep hup houi .. jm". "W i Ipaabon iiombei W> •us suppa with dd Ashura Th> trirl laughed. "What would youi \\ n. proffeit .'it his but I U ,'II/HIII (tndi.uunUr-ut iifion D HIhOBa t;<. ( I Utrecht has vented a giganUc BUM mum A dozen of these attached to high-fly in*' planes could suck up a reasonably large sea. and Niger's reply is still larger vacuums attached to ship* These would suck back tin >•> .md refloat the ships (LO(KS KKGULAK TIMUKEEPEUS L A Z A MBNI AY S and X MtLKl.SDl M) %  THUHB. S M p n mi II i, II > %  rograi Usn I %  III (. KIM) Ol M VS ItOVAl Worth.njs %  %  %  J.M.I i ill lOft %  '! HQN il C8IBT0 l>ll'll|i Vrtirtl Praeni . HOM). ol INI. I1BAVB %  Steve BHUDUbJeff ( IN THE FLESH ON STAGS Coco-Te & Calypso Joe HOLLYWOOD'S DANCING TEAM Dirctl frimi New York (in Ininsit) AT THi: GLOBE THEATRE WEDNESDAY, Xl'RIL 20TII. AT S.30 P.M. ill IIU.W TWO SHOWS TXVDAV 4.4S imd B 16 p m. JOlh CVnluo' ro* Preon i Ml MM, HAM Ol 11" >*' uw Sumr* Randolph 9COTT-BI1I TiJHV ULYMI'ir LAST TWO SHOWS TO-DAY 4.30 *ftd S li Mui Cenlury FOK Double . %  \i i \OI:IIISW.I. :;7 MIH.Mll I.N HI .i)i(i / DIAL iitH K* tlSIHisnOH 7 J ELECTRIC
itI\ i % 10 A • 12 WINDING ALARM \M --U LOS ll.iln H.n i U I'.i : Ben 55 & 7 :'• It I. A \ MIS (..loure.1 Osaka Wklta Double Cobarad Skh While S I 21 8\\\s av \\ ii in II:IJI^ AfCATK 4 LI H IIMMA (M.mb.r> Only) roNKurx\T .3 llll IIMI llll II VI I VSI> Till: .hiiliwlr I \ W.iti.r Bio*. I'l. luir nillM-IIH \r VW AND K.JII I'M. llll UDA1 Mi.HI AT 1.3Q PAUL HENKEID WJ i. •eavonoM" Some Items you will need during the Crop Season. • l vi -i c OUAM a MIIIVIIS t


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p\r.r six BARBADOS ADVOCATE riXSDAY. APRIL HFNRY MICKEY M0U3E BY CARL ANDERSON BY WALT DISNEY -_A\ Ai —\ T* ;.? %  TW5 T-itATCE 5 \\C--> V FAMOUS =08 PLAVS1 e ~^,J N PFBN?... £! >r^ 5-:-= PWOULD >ou *->. iro \J=\u\ N3 ) I' -AT ? W*s -X' K. O. \V\>\ II.. II. .1.11. of rh. II. ,I l..,„M... /WMItMH. DONT I P? :; I %  CMIlOf TM|i 1 I M3 -nip c* (Z -— -1 x; '<* /i^ %  ^Wt /^^S fj: ^ ,; :•-r*V-ffc' \ NOT r* Mt 'HIM ISN'T MM ^wosus vou J* v MfTOL IN TMff M I -.-: % %  ., TUl H MMTNBB N TM*. t.3M-#OPt_; UP TWAT WATBB ,_ BOTTLE ANO J PCXLOW ME RIP KIRBY BY ALEX RAYMK -* U—U. "V i 3-S 'IHJT ueVT ft* '.t \ UVNSNCC At HA.tj PrW H*0*T>eJM... I %  " THE PHANTOM UPElDOlOfTHC \N0MYTH lAl THATVi UVEAKIML #v BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES NONE CAN 3T4NP \TKE PHANTOMS *0Alk9lHIMMANV(Pifc;i lftlMSAUJOtNlNw) TMEVSA, t WBU4U" rTPHANTDMfEAK FOR QUALITY & VALUE HAPPY REUE? FROMBACKAC* \\ '•• POT UP u, J* rtcunuuj pn luBb.if'a %  : "" aCla "• HUM „? n ^rmar djjonv-, ? %  i "dner ^ T :il known diuSc 1 k> N %  ia cmrry out tbar 2P n ihc i^lood ofaSS UJ -her impuritM^^'' !• Itb. Gnucful J-T^?? rccommcod Dott'TS^ tl mil and neijlibqj^* ^ OOANla DK YOUR SPECIFY BURRELL'S Vasuinei HAIR jl TONICi The BKClTI^SyW BRITAIX TTi TELEHOIST Hydraulic Tippiag CWear / Carr's Biscuits are again on sale throughThey are as good as muv ever, and we hope soon to be able to make larger shipments. f Ji Vl'j, MAOt B' CARR & CO LTD. CARLI Precision built, and designed to minimiM strain on chassis, Telehoist Hydraulic Tlaping Gear can ba flttad to almost any type of short or long whealbaaa vehicle. Speedy tipping is controlled from the driver's ah and the body can be raised or lowered sat held at any intermediate position. All Telehoist equipment Is guaranteed for twelve months. fiSa fHuilfSMn 4