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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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Wednesday

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ij April 6

lad

Governor Opens
| Legislature

WHEN THE CHIMES of the clock in the Public Building

tower were pealing out 2.30 p.m, yesterday, His Excel-

_ Jency the Governor, preceded by an escort of Mounted

Police arrived there to open the 1950-51 Legislative Session.

i llency, accompanied by sor the warm welcome they have

= S iichalin, Seeman acs eee Bae
WBvoea) Forces, Lt-Colonel J. Con- may say th: any ways

oct ; Barba- | Prefer sitting in my own chair,
nell, Officer Pe ae iL, and I say that for this reason, We
dos — "etal Officer : have around this table two past
sewes-COX,

et for a few months also served
vate ery er aes there as Deputy Speaker, I think
d of Honour a ak x all of ‘them would agree with me
command of Capta * “‘Twhen I say that it is very much
nicer and easier to sit around the
table than in the Chair,
If the matter is dull and we are
itting around the table we can
vhisper to our next door neigh-

bour on oceasions, but in the Chair
one has

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Pres

i lency preceded by the
ee Aria’ then went se

Council Chamber accompaniec
r Sete D. G. Leacock, Sir
Saint, His Honour the Chief
, Mr. John Whyatt, Hon’ble
> F. Campbell, Colonel Michelin,
faior Skewes-Cox, Lt-Colonel
nell and Major W. Lambert.
The Sergeant-at-Arms was then
nt to summon the members of
he House of Assernbly who were
sembled in their House,

Joh

to attend at all times,
how dull
to other
Feam that point view I regret
not being able to sit at the right of
the hon’ble Colonial Secretary,
As regards my

no
the matter may
hon’ble members.
of

matter
appear

D
Local | &
. Speakers of the Other Place, <
srees and Major Lambert, ¢ e Other Place, and

appointment, if

there is any merit in it, that re-
mains to be seen when the time
comes for me to relinquish the

jewise) and followed by honour-
ble members in pairs, according
» seniority, entered the Council

Chair, not to-day.

Quite frankly I feel like rather
a dull school boy who has been
moved up into a higher form for
long service and rfothing else, but
I know that I shall always have
the co-operation of hon’ble mem-

Chamber. .

His Excellency then delivered

is speech and the members of
House returned to their Hall.
Both Houses of Legislature then





: Stes muslin bers in maintaining the dignity
. ae feniiative “Cesinell and tradition of this very ancient
‘n rag | Board. I thank you for your wel-
ees a ico. | nt etnies
ppoin ;
Hon'ble D. G. Leacock who has Mahon Congratulated ' ib
weeesigned, was congratulated ly The new member Mr. J. A, rl esmen
" mbers. Mahon appointed by H.M. Govern- .
Hon'ble R. Challenor told the] ment to serve for five years, wee Kill 24,
esident: I should like on behalf] also congratulated
the members of this Hon’ble | ’
Douncil, to offer you our congratu- IN NAIROBI
y tions on the great honour con-
ed on you by your appointment | NAIROBI. April 25
l President of this Council. Tribesmen killed three Britons
You now occupy the high posi- an African policeman and 20
on so ably filled in the past by African civilians in a clash in
eat Barbadians, among them northwest Kenya yesterday. it
qJ

own distinguished father Sir
K, Chandler, who for a
number of years
wer this Council.
You, Sir, must indeed feel very
oud of this, and I am sure that
hon’ble member shares this

presided

Your long experience in both si
thes of the Legislature of this
nd, makes you well fitted for
high

The Speaker, preceded by the
shal, bearing the Mace

position you now occupy,
ave the best wishes of



were
Suk tribesmen in the Lake Baringo
district, while trying to arrest an
African
fanatical religious society respon-

An officia
killed

lea

was reported here today

1 statement said they
in a fight with 300

der of a_ prescribed

le for many disturbances in
the past two years.
Under a hail of spears police



|=" Barbados

SS a a Sea ree SS

IBARBADOS MUST INCREASE

opened fire and among the Suk
dead was the man they sought to

arrest.
4 ees for a long and Reinforcements were sent into
; valu ble eatin to the area immediately and the
s. Rihetes in ‘he past will ees situation was later reported under
a ed, but I feel sure that when ie om control —Reuter.
), BPporiant ee een ‘he| HON. J. D., CHANDLER, M.L.C.| “
i you will as ever be ready caceeiie be a *resi f the . .
give us from the Chair the bene- the cesta ace ne U.S. Will Build
of your experience and your} . -
idanee, Again, Sir, our heartiest the President told him; Mr. Atom Submarine
hgratulations and good wishes Mahon, on behalf of this Council
, be . . ,| 1 welcome you. You are not a WASHINGTON, April 25
eecoionisl Sears mee complete stranger because you America is to build an atomic
dy ' =n Challenor | assisted us on a previous occasion} powered submarine and other
said: i non “4 mayo ee io | in this Council. We have no doubt} radically new type underwater
atic Reeier ot ten Tiaaeak: {| that you will be of material help] vessels, the United States Navy

itti in. ‘ovisiona| | 1m our debates and discussions, and
h only sitting in a provisional | a great help to us in coming to a







The Navy

disclosed to-day.





















SCENE from Legislative Council Chamber yesterday,
when H.E. the Governor, Mr.
1950-51 Session.

ACHESON EXPECTS
FIGHTING IN BERLIN |

A. W. L. Savage, opened the |

WASHINGTON, April 25

THE AMERICAN Secretary of State, Dean Acheson
said on Saturday that fighting might break out in Berlin}
during the Whitsun period between Western Allied forces |
and the Russian-backed German Communists.















<= This was disclosed in the “New
York Herald Tribune” to day
whose Washington correspond-



Sports Window

The Pickwick-Rovers Carlton
First Division Fixture which was |
to have taken place on Saturday, :
April 29, will now take place .
tomorrow, ‘Thursday, ‘April 27. The |

|

ent, Bert Andrews, identified Mr.
| Dean Acheson.as the high spokes-
man of the American
ment who made this
in..a sp@egh, |, j i

Acheson was referring to the
forthcoming Whitsun demonstra-
tion in Berlin in the course of
whieh Communists from all over
the Soviet Zone of Germany are
| proposing to march through the
western sectors of the city

According to the pres:
| of the Secretary of State’s speech |

Govern-
statement

Spartan—Everton return fixture
cheduled for Thursday, April 27,
will take place on Saturday, April
29,

Everton meets Notre Dume-~in
a Second Division football mateh |
it Queen's Park this afternoon
There will be no third division

games, .

report



e | he referred to Berlin as “next on |
Is Baldwin the calendar of major world de-
velopments” and to events there
Fe 7) as taking “an ominous direction,”
ed Up: Western Allied and German
| political circles in Berlin to-day |

expressed complete astonishment
at a Washington Government
| spokesman’s suggestion that tanks

Will He Leave Antigua?

(From Our Own Cowrespondent)









‘ a a .1 also plans to convert LONDON, April 25 |} and guns might have to be used

Tye, Ta heen het the correct solution of each problem] a cruiser ‘into a guided missile} No information has een, re. | to counter Communist attempts to |

. d « o - ‘ .

aca : : that arises. combat vehicle, ceived at the Colonial Offic | invade the western ectors of

¢ ¢ ¢ 5 2 — é , a ce of ; :

Sie of attending poe, Tanne On behalf of other members and) The plans were made known| the reserctey intention of Ear] | Berlin at Whitsun

number of debates ~~ janyself, T welcome you to this| in a request to Congress for au-| Baldwin to resign the governor- “There are no American tanks

I believe Sir that you and I} F on’ble Board. ‘ thority to build 112 vessels of ship of the Leeward Islands and | in Berlin” an_ official \merican

probably expressed different! _ Mr. Mahon replied and said: Mr. varying types, __,| return to Britain, | spokesman said. “United States

ws on more occasions than ary | President I would like to thank} Admiral Forrest Sherman. Chief Phis : .,...| forees only have tracked weapon
Wad tits Geuncth ine | you for your kind welcome on this! of Naval Operations, told the! a noswer. was. given the] otiters '

her Member of this Council, and | : ‘an assure you and : ee : |‘“Barbados Advocate” by a r e we om! i-

it self will | occasion, and I can assure you and] }iouse Armed Services Commit-|} .- . | The three western Command

Were not that I myself will} ‘ Se aaa me the Council, | +... oe iach rere | Colonial Office spokesman to-day! .. 4. ave »peated|y ressed

ortly be leaving, I would be re-| the other members of the C ‘| tee the recommendations were| ‘ ' ee 'Y/ ants have, repeated! tr |
i ttul . e, ‘ sv aes wae I shall do everything in my power| pefore the Secretary of Defence, following a front-page Daily | @ On Page 5

t * a save heen a to be of such assistance to this] wr, Louis Johnson, in February.| Telegraph” story from a corre- |

g. I say this because—and I! rok ard as I can be. rh. ‘ Be asia » wouid| SPondent in Antigua which alleg- |

Ould like t ak is clear—] | Hon’ble Board as I cz | The proposed programme wouid }
ike to make this clear— | cost $335,000,000 he said | es that Baldwin is “disgusted with e -
* . {dere is pothing | more! Commitioes iS FUER SW we Reuter, | the local political and labour’ Russians Follow
th an good and hones : my * | situation” |
T ‘ “il ¢ a four- " |
ueism, and there is nobody who/ ‘The Council appointed a The decision. was cinitate- °
= n vs re » | § as precipitated
1 ed good and honest critic- | man cor phim hel to. reply ee SUGAR TALKS | by the “crippling dock strike now Swedish Vessel
in this Council more than| Governor’s speech. This Sie Dr. } in its sixth day” the “Telegraph’
p are > ble: A. Cuke, r. Wh Gay t € +9 “ ¢
a | are the oocmee rt, Ms Pile and| POSTPONED R enaepaaule pty wy |... STOCKHOLM, April 25. |
Would like to associate myself} H. G. Massiah, G. rer res LONDON, April 25. | Captain Allrik Johanshon of
warmly with what the|G B Evelyn. d i The International Sugar Con-| He continues “bewildered and| the Swedish trawler ‘‘Larex” ha
ble Mr. Challenor said, and I} Standing ‘ ree were @P"! ference which should have taken | frustrated. The Governor actual-] reported thas he. pulled up bla)
pu. Just emphasize that al-| pointed as follows: ‘ f ace ‘re yesterd: has been|ly started packing to-day (Mon-|nets and headed for Gotlanc
ough it may coum to many or to Victoria Emigration Society: The Siiad ck tate th and 20th. | day). but he will only go home! Island when hé sighted a Russian
, General public that the post of| Hon'ble R. ¢ hallenor. The Hon’ble| Some delegations found, they| next month if the strike is end-| mine sweeper through his tele-
ssideht of the Legislative Coun-| Debates Committee: ee FRE ee could not attend at the earlier; ed and the labour situation has Scope in international waters

8 largely a sinecure, and that| Dr. C. H. St. John. date been restored to normal”. The} about 20 sea miles from the Pol-

holder of it has merely to sit} Sugar Industry Aaianlvenet —Reuter. correspondent linked with the] ish coast

vod miorder a well-:nanner-| Benk: The Hon r~ of ee The ituation the early months of last “The Russian vessel followed

Soup, nevertheless I believe, Board of Agriculture; | ° year when Baldwin was recalled| us until we reached Swedish

S >on pattie members will oe ee a and G. D. | B.G. CHILDREN by Creech Jones and subsequent-] territorial waters off Gotland’ he

with me, that it does make| L. Pile, O.B.E. L ly returned to his post despite}| added

Steat deal of difference to the} Board of Management, Agricul- | WILL GET A HOME rumouts that he would stay in Bri-} The “Larex", which was con-

uncil who is presiding over its| tural Credit Societies: The Hon’ble | (Barbadon Advocate Correspondent) tain. News of his possible resig-] ducted to a Polish port by a

anal | A. G, Gittens. | GEORGETOWN, April 25 xe ot r-]| Russian naval cutter last Febru-

( . ’ is * > » , Apri a. nation is not exeiting much sur Uussiar 1

aie more I would most sin-| Peasants a OBE. ” British Guiana is building aj prise in London. circles. I have} ary but later allowed to put to
fi, >, ike “to congratulate you} Hon'ble H. A. Cu oe trol and| children’s convalescent home as| been informed, Uncertainty, with] sea again, arrived at Karlskrona,
/ Wish you a long tenure of Faney apnea he Hi "bles D la Princess » Elizabeth wedding) the laek of official confirmation south-east of Sweden yesterday.

. . | Marketing monet 7 Satin” "| gift, accommodating 21 children.| is likely to lead to early ques- The Swedish Foreign Office
e. President replied and said:| D. Leacock and J. i H "ble A.| Estimated cost is £5,000 to be run| tions in Parliament regarding the] has asked Captain Johanshon
ould like to thank the hon’ble Housing Board: The Hon "| by the local Red Cross. branch | Governor's position. for a full report

. enor and the hon’ble| G, Gittens. Ge Pane $ ? —(By Cable) —(By Cable). —Reuter,

a retary very sincerely @ Un Page s | .





Se











THE BRITISH

ships.

Princess Will
Return Home
MALTA,

Princess Elizabet} .

April 25
expecting a



|
|
|
|

second child this summer, will
a fly home from Ma! M )
x 1 si re DOM ( .
: ‘ ~ is Excell the Governo seen in 7
TERE ARE TWO 5 ENES from the opening of the Legislature yesterday On the right His Excellency the i vernor is < | Prine a
Pecting the Pol G : H mpanied by Capt. A. J, Press, and on the left, His Excellency leaves the Council Chamber | Malia Sena
> p e 0 « co d . : ving x "
S Alter the cerem 2 ee - ane nt-at-Arms. The Hon. the Lord Bishop is on his right, and the Chief Justice in the rear. ‘ —Reuter, |
| ony preceded by the Sergeant-at-4 +







GOVERNMENT today ordered
Royal Air Force into London’s dockland to help tne
soldiers and sailors already there unload

A

Cabinet
Reshuffle

IN PRAGUE

PRAGUE, April 25.
General Ludwig Svoboda, who
has been released at his own re-
; Guest from his post as Minister of

National Defence, was appointed
Vice-Premier and entrusted with
direction of the State Office of
Physical Culture and Sport it was
officially announced here to-day.

Dr. Alexi Cepika, Communist
Minister of Justice and Control-
ler of Church Affairs, has
appointed Defence Minister.

The official Czech news agency

been

“Ceteka”, announcing the chang-
es, said Deputy Premier Fierlin-
ger had been given direction of

the State Office of church affairs
and Dr Stefan Reis, head of the

Department in the President’s
Chancellery, appointed Minister
of Justice,

President Gottwald has writ-

ten to Svoboda,
member of

non=party
the Cabinet, thanking

him for his. work in connection
with the building up of the new
peoples democratic Government
and wishing him succes » hi
new office, “Ceteka’ tid

Reuter,



Allies Get Reply

To Tax Bill Veto
BONN, April 25
Dr. Fritz Schaeffer, West Ger-

man Finance Minister, sent to the
Allied High Commissioners to-day

his promised eply to their veto of
} the German Income Tax Bill

A German spokesman aid it
put in writing the points Dr,
Schaeffer made last night when

he had dinner with allied finance
experts and the United States
Deputy High Commissioner, Mr
Benjamin Butterwiser

Both Allied and German circles

| here thought a compromise now

looked probable to a_ situation
which, since the Allies provision-
ally vetoed the Bill last veek, had
on the German side led to hints
that the Federal Government
vould resign

Allied finance official aid the
atmosphere was “slightly easier,” |

It was also officially
the postponement
to-day between Dr. Schaeffer and
the Allied experts was due to
good progress made at the dinner
last night. The German Govern-
ment hopes the High Commission
ers will finally decide whethe:
maintain their veto or .to aceept
the Bill when they meet Dr
rad Adenauer,
Friday afternoon

The Bill proposes reductions in
German Income Tax. The Allies

Stated that

of the meeting

object on the ground that this may |

lead to an. unbalanced budget
—Reuter,



AIR FORCE WILL
UNLOAD SHIPS
In London Port

LONDON, April 25

the
2,500
and load the idle







The first of 6,000 Air Fores
men who are eventual 'y to wor}
i the } arrived nearb
ites th fternoon. If the strike
continue 1,000 airmen start
work the Docks on Thursday

urther 1,000 will go into
the ‘ on each of the follow-
ing ve d

Sel ‘ to-day vere bus
I 6 1 ['wenty-five more!
hip ve eing vorked by

0 t ar rer
} [
4 i l
rike
1,000 docke ed the strikers
~—Reuter.

to}

Kon- |

the Chancellor, on}

Price:

Aduncate sna



PRODUCTION |

‘Governor Recommends
Economie Development

Chandler New President
Of Legislative Council

UNLESS Barbados can develop her economy sub-
stantially, she cannot go forward and improve
the standards of living of the mass of the people.
To increase revenues she must increase her pro-
duction within a sound programme of economic
development.

In these two sentences His Excellency. Mr. A. W. L.
Savage yesterday summed up the island’s situation when
he opened the present Legislative Session.

A development programme could be assisted, he sug-
gested by appropriating, with the Secretary of State’s
approval, the unexpended balance of the grant from the
United Kingdom to any major economic project such as
water development.

A second source
Balance,

would be the General Revenue

Other points from Mr. Savage's speech were :

CIVIL SERVICE: |! that to maintain an efficient Civil
Service it will be necessary to revise the terms and conditions of
f all posts of professional status.

believe

service ¢

FINANCIAL POSITION: Revenue and Expenditure is now

more than three times what it was in 1940/41, the Public Debt

s more or less the same, while the General Revenue balance has
idvanced substantially,

|OML: If great wealth is found, then the greatest care must be taken

o minimise the inflation which can arise from “recurrent wind-
falls’ of capital revenue

REVENUE POTENTIAL: should avoid the present

practice of “ financial year, which is an arbitrary period,
economic unit and should adopt as soon ag is
a long term taxation policy complementary to a plan
and social development

Barbados
treating
} as if it was an

| practicable

| of economic

DEVELOPMENT: Onc That is to ensure
that economic development—the development of production—ig
given its proper place at the head of the queue,

priority Is inescapable

The

WATER:

water,

prerequisite to increased production in Barbados is

FOOD: If the present cost of subsidization (over $1,100,000) were
capitalized, there would be available a sum exceeding $20,000,000
for a bold plan of long term development directed towards a

major and general advance in the general economy of Barbados,

| TOURIST INDUSTRY -

development of the
velopment of Barb

In present circumstances the successful
tourist industry depends on the general de-
ados and cannot be undertaken in isolation.

SECONDARY INDUSTRIES:
scheme costing $100,000
should prefer the

If I had to choose between one

and fifty schemes each costing $2,000 I
latter,

DEEP WATER HARBOUR:
centre of entrepot
trade

At one time Barbados was. the
Caribbean, but to recover that

a modern harbour would be required,

trade
if it is still possible

in the

SOCIAL SERVICES:

There is provision in the current budget
amounting to nearly

$400,000

GOODWILL : Neve:

than to-day,
in our future;

were faith, hope and charity more needed
Charity in our view of the errors of the past; hope
and faith in ourselves and others,

(Governor’s Speech on Page 6)







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A LARGE NUMBER OF PEOPLE yesterday attended the opening of the Legislature by His

Excellency the Governor.
after the ceremony.

R. A. J. Ruthven Murray,
Managing Director of Trini-
Leaseholds Ltd., and Mrs.
Mr. E. Cooper-Scott, a
Technologist and Dr
Consulting Geologist
Trinidad yesterday
B.W.1A. after at-

dad
Murray,
Petroleum
H. Kugler,
returned to
afternoon by

tending Oil Talks here

Also leaving by the same planc
were Mr. Clyde Camps, Legal
Advisor T.L.L., and Mr. Hugh

Wooding, K.C., at Law

in Trinidad.
Were Here for 18 Days
M* GERVASE SPRADLIN
Head of the Legal Dept., of
Phillips Oil Co,, in Venezuela, his
wife and two children Tamera
and Wendy returned to Caracas
on Monday by B.W.1A., after
spending eighteen days at the
Paradise Beach Club. Mr. Sprad-
lin, who has been in Venezuela
for one year is from Oaklahoma

May Visit Barbados

HE Post Master General

3arrister

ol

Canada, Hon. Edwourd Rin-
fret was an intransit passenger
on the “Lady Nelson” on Sunday

en route to Trinidad, During his

stay on shore here he visited the
Marine Hotel, who anticipate hi
returning to Barbados at the end
of the week to st errr

v at the
Car



before he ret

Here for Seats Wecks

RS. DORIS SMITH who
arrived from Bermuda )
the “Lady Nelson” on Sunday



orward to het
in Barbado:

morning is 1
seven weeks’ h
busband





Her owns a garage in
Warwick Paris! ne 1s taying
at Indramer Guest Ho

Married on Sesindee
R. and Mrs. Hilary Gonsalve
who were married in British



Guiana on Saturday, arrived
from B.G,. yesterday by B.W.LA.,
to spend their honeymoon in
Barbados. Mrs. Gonsalves is the
former Miss Joan Thompson,
hter of Mr. and Mrs, A. H.
SOI iu t ri to
1 é ent
The ( I
bal
Engaged
M*: YONNA IGHT
d a 1
BOS a ‘ rate her
twenty-f t rind yesterai
There was a (¢ PP
ner home Ellenglaze ( ell
Avenue last ght in he yf
the occasior ny of |!
elative F 1 fri i were pre
ent
During the Donna en
agement w anced t M
Gerald B. Stock on of Come
A. G. Stock ‘ R.N., and
Mr Stock Ss I x

BY THE WAY

a fu ide abk “vanish

um é oldens me
to mentior letter received by
Snibbo Ltd, last week. The lette1
told how, after lavish applications
of Snibbo, a woman vanished
completely for three hours at a
party.

One of the guests said, ‘1 know
of no other cream that confers
such benefit on us Men,” and sev-
eral of those present, when she
began to appear again, urged a
further application ’of the magical
staff, Snibbo, of course, makes
an unusually powerful brand for

unattractive and boring women.
There is a less potent brand for
beauties who wish to become mys-
teriously indistinct. Also, should
you wish to starch your hat, you
will find, ete., etc., etc.
Maison Tirlitontaine
USINESS was falling off.
“They haven't the money

Ladies

Panties “Six"

Ladies’ sizes from 73¢—

AOg — THe
oh

Childrens

**Bestiorm’

Re

EVANS and
/ WHITFIELDS

BROAD STREET

Girdles,
Sizes 28—34 from 3.°4

Home Again

M* and Mrs. Paul S. Sheldon
are once again in Barbad
after a short visit to Trinidad
and have returned to thei
Peter home “Sandy Field
Gibbs’ Bay.

Left for St. Vincent
Chapmar

M* AND Mrs. J. L. Chapman
left for St. Vincent last night



by the “Daerwood”. Mr. Chap-
man was the St. Vincent delegate
for the Civil Service Associatior
Conference held here recently

From Australia
KEITH HORTON

Australian eng ret
Venezuela on
by B.W.LA
for England
Leaving England just after

war he has been livir i

Caribbean area. They have
house at Woodside Garder he
Mr Horton has
the past two months
here for one month,

M®,

ed to
morning
Australia

ineer
Monda

He

been lving

He wa

MRS. LILIAN COE
Irinidad en route to the U.S, is
boarded the plane with her
“Chi- Chi”
husband will be returning here

organizers of the Electricity Consumers’

who travel everywhere







| P upils. How to make use of the}
| child's own daily experience 50}
that he may gain confidence and!
self-reliance is their gpeatest prob-|
‘lem. This is being solved by!
various means in the seven Sun-
shine Homes for Children run in
a Py eae veyed L ong uaaruped that will give me
A group of children, for in-| & Found in every fariynes with.
7. The hole of every D!
¢tance, who had been reading} (3)
“Peter Pan” were invited to make} 10 sounds like 6 bit of 8 ogee. (5)
their own mimiature island on) !1 a a *
which to act the story. Before! .. gere you have a deformed pole
long they had one, complete with (4) 14 At this you Sy. ch
boats for the pirates, houses, aj ‘> Pipe tae soning. (4)
wind-mill, trees, animals, birds] ;, To play is, in the ‘
and gq mountain. One little boy looked upon 8s ineluding *
of six was found fitting Montes-| '® Synonymousty os
sori cylinders into their places;| 21 Christen? (7) eit jotn
it was suggested he should play| 7? Sant of st ,
at being a surgeon, using the} 2», fo the South aoe 300 nave the
cylinders as bottles of medicine; s r lengths |
soon all the children had joined| % though be Soc ROS Stwage oo
in a game of which they never his toes. (9)
seemed to be wenmry, wearing
cabs and aprons made for them] } $88 ciue Pa clos a oe
by their teachers. : water, a this. (8
To enlarge thel s Buplier of tbe roaring ‘orten
A o enlarge thel: experience, the: (3) ard’s dog
children are taken shopping, for; be Appites, to Motnel Ger.
On Honeymoon rides on omnibuses, for visits to} 5 What the graduate Secon? when |
, farms and so on; shopkeepers be UES
H*. to spend their honey-| gardeners and oulieanan aa 1 Sounds like @ pipe yithout ali tte
i pee are H Nn. and Mrs. farm animals all help to teach| % 48 pete rt ee S. Navy
Jebidin who were married! the children something and from} iate. (6)
on Monday in B.G. They arrived] these experiences arise new] 18 P.T. im the lang, oO sac tred table. (3)
y B.W.1A.,| games, such as building toy shops| ‘@ in the street. it's 8 fe. (8) By |
ind will be here for about two] and garages. They are kept close| 19 Do builders get this from & frait
we ks i i ry tal W annee, in’ touch, too, with the life of the| 20 a been called valuables. |
Worthing Hon. Debidin repre-| neighbourhood in which they (4)
a Easter: : _Demers ra in the} live, going to parties arranged by Solution ot ee Sting ‘paper; 5
B.G. Legislative Council. other children, and giving them §. Laid: 10, Help: 11, Viat 12. Heote 3.
in return. This means cooking P0T, 1%. So" lore ae Ocean: n ao
. s < a. o an yal 4 See l 3
Arrived Yesterday scones, laying tables, waiting on Bil; 2, ONE thoe: "a Gagele: 18 , Boe!
each other, and clearing away , js, Toss: 15. Halo: 16. Roof: 3]
ar a ioh | 19. Ate late
From B.G. and washing up all of which] }







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B.G.. and have taken| 9f children whose personalities
eat S Lawrence, where are carefully developed, and who
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holiday in Barbados. Mrs, Clarke’s}| ®"4 elf-reliant citizens.
husband, a retired licitor, wil) | ——___— wii ieeitiig elite Aa ce sites
be arri ere rtly by the .
Skt tna hee tester be Peters’ Having Exhibition
husband, H« A. T. Peters, Bar- |
riate t-Law in B.G.. is also due R. WILLIAM VAN YPEREN, |
rive here shortly. Mrs. Millar who has been seen recently
Mr Peters’ mother. painting in various parts of the

pictured here
two cocker

ap

with her
in November,
Petition which

who left Barbados on Munday

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of orders by telephone “Twelve
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chiones Got that? Twelve
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Hotel Sixty pots of Per-
sian syrup to the Hotel .
Bight boxes of quak-quak to Miss

Trivia Tansy . . . A sack of P«
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mooschwoop to the Duke of ‘
And a certain impressionable lady
up from the country was so deep-

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could say bottle, she had bought
an Alpine jelly, a tin of Iceland

honey, some eels in beetroot juice,
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APREL 28, 1960 BARBADOS ADVOCATE















rail fares, have taken |
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195! Conference af Chelsea he FLOGGING LEAGUE decidéd unanimously that



Ses across

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“Condi
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Sep

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at 2 dinner
canizi hl in an unofficial pub-

py the United Nations
s” for peace should

Lord Berners
Many knew him. Perhaps his
name will be added to the hon-
cured Wits and conversationalists.
This supreme dilettante of the
peerage has died, From his house
in Oxfordshire he sent forth
converts to his own view that

in a resolution at the

United Nations World



BS ation. : f nothing, not even hims ;
‘The conditions included :— Ine Beaver brook Conference be taken ser ical, 7 pe
fhe mediate "Creniedons m; - proposed tha} Brilain be music, he staged ballets, he de-
: pry catematane! “pged Over TO Jomaica and signed buildings for himself and
2. or Cm foree, spon- a Turope be proved : : his friends, (some too far dis-
i P c / ri ‘ap . tant from earthly things ever to
sored by the United Nations; be built). He was the eccentric
n> i nglish milord, supreme in dis-
Abolition of atomic weapons gard for all and evétybody.





































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Gg

under international supervi-

on. ,
Fie said that if his proposals
» not accepted, the democratic
ons must conclude. that efforts
fn achieve peace with Russia were
jtless. He was pessimistic about
chances of achieving “total

fanatical than anything we Be oo Re T)ALs. held on the ound amusing
ever known before,” he said. . 4 | [ vi inflationary Spiral.

‘L believe that they are deter-

et dermine the prestige SEASON ‘
rth puuted Nations and possibly A FOR CONFERENCES
its, disintegration.—Reuter, errany t Daily Heratd

cotton Wit Not ~=©6@ Pocket Napoleon Of The Docks ‘ sel

Be Damaged LONDON. week I found





ome find him, done te life, in
incy Mitford's two recent no-
vels—particularly as Lord Mer-
in in “Love in a Cold Climate”
He posed, supporting a Pillar ami-
bly with one hand, for a portrait
yy Cecil Beaton. His friends in-

Ste upity.” cluded all the lively, and few
lective y. of the deadly, among English
““] believe the eins on 4 “ vriters, artists, musicians and

Union are im oe = e ENLIGHTENED even many strolling “do«no<
ot of a universal domination PZ TOILERS Conference} hings” whom he amused and



a
r fey have done in the asi = ; sporron That Risher Taxis Get In First Claim
ds the isolation of bears Pat y] The PEACEFUL WATCHDOGS Conference said . now, | CBUSE some - The price c* petrolhas caused
ME cts sen’ uetween ‘ we should show our confidence in the ssor q Keep driving, up the cost of e asking three: pan dppf
CT ore * re asking ree ce extra on
ja and the other countries. 4.04 not only by banning, The Atom bomb but by giving, iT To hin, ~ living, taeeee POCEE DIB. the clock or else all cabs off the

oads, The owners of charabancs
erries, baby Fiats, Rolls-Royces
wie practically anything with

wheels have made them-



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Befurred ladies trip-




Timothy is the “pocket Na WONGSTY ve A legantl ind crossly from
rresponder 20n” “thie aes e ‘ argued that i vi Attlee the Ritz into a number 28B bus
— “ANTIGUA enas 4a iphone podhe. Fe Hy David Temple Roberts Were defeated e un- |] st for is isitors spending days
bs staves five feet. one inch high justified in ask tha, teas nee Ys S ig days
i é is stri - cawne om a : sine tO of bewilderment Underground on
Be oe Gales of cotton ae 7 we leader of 6,737 men tation as the “Docker’s K.C,” budget faint but unmistakable “Ssolve Parliame ey thought the “ el Circle bias of patient
Sn barges in St. John’s by recuse deying their Unions after World War I. For year after applause. It must be said for Sir M@ ought to call on Mr. Churchill searching in Soho for that little
pending the settlement ship ine, Th 0 load and unload year dock labour was hired by Stafford that no thought of an &t once, to form a Government. restaurant that only the cabbies

dock strike provided there strilee last sumtynet commenter, - the day. Men stood through the election round the corner deter- !t is hard to see how this would can ever find
mo heavy rainfall. Government Three men who were Grohaiaans morning waiting to be hired— red him from anther dose of WOrK—since Churchill would b After a united protest from

over 750 bales of peasant organisers last yeer Have | and at the worst times thought slightly acrid medicine for Bris !% am even weaker position than 4.900 taxi-drivers, the negotia-
store for shipment. expelled by their Union for flout. themselves lucky to get two days’ tain’s ills. There were few con-
puld the strike not be cleared ing the Union’s orders, and for “Ork & week. The “casual labour” cessions to Socialist views—

the present Labour Government ms have roceeded, the deci-
Ty ' ,
The true basis of tl rgumen on taken; threepence on the

r : i , ‘s . , ok , S€ems to be that some Conserv: fares. We still have o taxes
within reasonable time Gov- that reason thousands m system came to an end with the though Labour back-benchers Sms to be that s teeta eon € still have our taxes
iment may be forced to cease “come out” again. ore have war—and afterwards the Dock were immediately thankful for on 1 es oe i skin Hopes run high in the Art
ng. This would be a blow to Last night, in dockland, the Labour Board was set up to the announcement that the hous- emseives into leadcrship of & World. From Chelsea to St. Ives,
, ’

p peasants financially as well as men out on strike were reading

| the

c



fact that they do not possess the eyeni s 5 rib. =â„¢MPloyers, who want dockers for to two hundred thousand yearly 5 eile tees. tee +} beard and studio to
s for storing large quan- jng Timothy ‘and ee ale teen work on shore, or stevedores to Tories took nearly twenty-four re coon fects: turn’ down tudio the word has gone round
s of cotton. Cutting of canes of ‘agitators, George Isaacs, the °° aboard ships to load cargo, hours to find points in the Bud- ° Sa tee PY aa ee there is a revolution going
estates has stopped and it Minister of Labour, in the House °bt#in the men from the Dock get to attack. As I write they ford has given i}, hope -02-cat tae te Coa ee
ed that untess the strike is of Commons, had called the L@bour Board. The Board guar- seem bent on forcing a division ye ao ims: thes. free tom ee ae ee SS ees
the sugar factory will strikers in general “communists”. antees a minimum wage to every on the price of petrol—and teaacine Bee That : ih, ore for ae Summer E unt tion, led
to discontinue grinding after not only these leaders. But strikes Coolne on ite books. And speci@l threaten to bring the Govern- likely interpretation of } tem Chéesth 4 oe i Ve ea o
end of this week. Ware- and the reasons for them are in- rates are paid, day by day, for ’ p Gerald Kelly, have been sitting

es are full to capacity with ter) ; ; each particular cargo. The
Tien Of sigar which should rpreted differently in Poplar



: scheme, in general works well. : :

and Whitehall. “Oh yés, we are omar 5 ; ¥, be known. But I doubt whether thing delivered to the door has t

end _— ror Be is a great boon, But what has eer would like to have the exception is milk brought in jew policy. Pictures which
W strikes is a Communist”. at > ¥ ions thankless task of presenting an horse drawn drays), and the cost \ooujq ther se

Arrest omatt summed up the tone of voice of a tains andlaons oo ae emergency budget. For all that, of this transport i go up a bey rian ol ie yn
Reporter car ter a ole on. sie, ane appeared. What the men are / the House of Commons this Thousands of people, unable to |; sing hand, for modernism
say they are definitely not Com- ° ie ; ava’ Sebald, ee
; unists , ‘Rnow #7 angry at is, fundamentally, the ive received the Hanging Com-
PARIS, April 25. munists and want to know when break up of the “gang system”— ittee’s blessing, They will take

what most observers somebody from the Government

eo stlsTened’ policy docks and find out for themselves.

hy This agitation and repeated i rare
pment ae a Ss striking in dockland is a symp- °,London Dock has disappeared
ile last night. Minister of tom of something wrong in tration. So what the dockers are
as France, Jean Petourneau, Britain. To many it seems that syitated by is more the break-up
ae would Pe, Brogecuted the trouble could be ended by a of their old “conservative” ways
an alleged untruth pul e

og Vincent Auriol had Strikers are irritatingly holding few Communists who are quick
for order in France, Up Only a small corner of British a

Premier Georges Bidault trade—4l ships are en eae by could be out-manoeuvred if the

Ties penalties of Sa spo same sickness may spread, as Transport Workers’ Union, (and

| aw wi a ; :
Clavelle Waele” teat a discontented workers in - coun-

h official nam alette had try—some are underpaid, some “ a “4 ists” the

dead last Sinccers an Afri- (like a few railwaymen). feel they ee rable Tue

woman who was leading a are getting a raw deal in hours of

against the imprisonment work. The very few Communists, Tories Look Again at the

r young Africans. hard at work looking for trouble 7 Budget

me Ministry of Overseas France coming, have these spots care-

td this version of the incident fully charted and hope to make r

that the official, in trying the most of them. Sq the dockers “amber

coolness

ances, had shown refmark- are worth more than a moment’s ness he confused both his own & CO, LTD , rey in

: hict revented study ‘upporters and the Opposition as : ry Fine

serious Doers —_ee ” 3 he unwound his third budget. As Agent iP eye j ou ive and
. A 4 eae i aia ‘ . 2 f Ss il} f igout we

Shooting episode occurred Improved Conditions you knew there was only oe b ot ye ; ee

a, French West Africa, The conditions of work for sharp ret hae hin Gane | “ vigour restorer, caited Vi-Tabe, ia

g to Mile Clavelle. dockers have improved again and price of petrol. ae oo Sem. te thon iti Amerton and fa how dist

—Reuter. again since Bevin gained his repu- vative reaction was 5B : tributed by chemists here under a

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Organise a new scheme. The ing programme would rise again caby lnowledwe. of he the Take frorr res to Polperro, from
s Pn & . “ beare



ment down, on that issue. Whe- on petrol. It will put the cost of

7 - in judgment on the efforts of
ther this will happen will soon thousands of things up. Every- .

those artists who aspire or sub-





each stevedore knowing who he
was working with from week to
week. The comradely atmosphere

their place alongside the Snow
Seenes, Race-horses and Royal

v? portraits, young ladies dressed
ee and undressed, at the Academy

exhibitions.

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Wasting Disease

ONE notable feature of Mr, Savage's
comprehensive and well balanced speech
to the members of the Barbados Legislature
at the opening of the 1950—1951 session
yesterday was the absence of any reference
to what present help Barbadians might
expect from other countries.

With all their virtues, the people of this
community, taken collectively, have be-
come accustomed to the doctrine that théy
ean do little by their own efforts. Their
problems are too vast and while they must
look after their own interests they can
spare little time to wonder how the man
next door is making do in the struggle for
existence.

Mr. Savage's speech yesterday is a chal-
lenge to this complacency.

He has not found nor has he claimed to
find the answer to the major problems fac-
ing this island. But since his arrival here
he has devoted long hours of work and
study to acquiring detailed information
about the financial and economic position of
Barbados. In his search for this informa-
tion he has been brought rudely face to
face with the inability of the Civil Service
to cope effectively with the large volume
of work which has seriously outgrown the
earlier provision for the Secretariat.
Wherever he has turned he has found
signs of a system which has suffered from
lack of prompt remedy. His own simile is
worth reproducing here.

“I feel” and it is a very distinguished
Civil Servant and the personal representa-
tive of His Majesty the King who is speak-
ing, “that Barbados has put itself rather
in the position of a patient who is suffering
from a wasting disease and who period-
ically when he begins to feel really ill calls
in a specialist and seeks his advice. After
having obtained this advice the patient
proceeds to ignore it until he is again
warned of the seriousness of his trouble
and then he proceeds to change his special-
ist hoping that a second or even third
opinion will be less alarming.”

The West Indies today have long enjoyed
their fav game of abuse of the ex-
perts. Politicians, newspapers and repre-
sentatives of the people from all walks
almost unanimous in
laying all the blame for present conditions
in the West Indies on the shoulders of the
United Kingdom (to whom they owe their
survival as free communities). Barbados
has shared in the infection; and current
actions of the United Kingdom, which have
been particularly stupid, have reinforced
that general air of suspicion and resent-
ment against the specialist and the expert.

The experts have in fact come in for a
barrage of criticism which is not wholly
deserved As one famous man of this
century has sald, a particular matter of
importance he would always ask an expert
subject; “of course they may be
wrong, but they are more likely be
right,” he explained
It is against this background that Mr.
avage’ ch to the Legislature must
; impossible for any progress
this community if there is
to all schemes of improve-
So-called vested interests cannot
be so stupid not to realise that resistance
to new ideas which are only new here, but
! have been fully tried in other parts
of the world, is in fact the surest method
of undermining the security which they
are striving to maintain.

A clean sheet, a fresh start, must be
made and those who have been looking back
on the sins real and imaginary of the past,
an example of forgetting ancient
wrongs and thereby inspire confidence in
the community that political action is really
directed towards the sucial and economic
health of the community as a unit and not
to the aggrandisement of any one section.

Mr. Savage has called for emphasis on
economic development. But he has called
for an investment in goodwill,

Without that goodwill forthcoming, he
will have called in vain and the clock of
Barbados which has so badly run down for
lack of charitable maintenance will already
be preparing itself for the last final run
before it perishes of broken springs. Hcepe
in our future and faith in ourselves and
others. Without that hope and without
that faith how can there be social health,
and who expects to find economic develop-
ment in a community split asunder ”
No one,

OUR READERS SAY:

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To The Editor, The Advocate,

STR,—May I be permitted space
to answer Neville Connell’s letter
of last Saturday?

I am sure everyone knows that
some years before the war, a com-
mittee consisting of people inter-
ested in the theatre, was formed
for the express purpose of raising
funds for the building of a theatre
here in Barbados. In those days
land was comparatively cheap and
sufficient funds were forthcoming
to purchase a plot of land and to
erect the wall of the proposed
theatre. From this point, try as
they might, the committee was un-
able to get more funds and even-
tually the scheme had to be drop~
ped, the land and walls sold. The
site is now the Empire Theatre.

really first

I know the Bridgetown
and ti 3. wl} } me

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Players
ic Club Theatre

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put on threeshowsa year each
and the net profits werg put aside
it would take exactly fifty years:
or fill) the Empire Theatre every
night for a year (Sunday excep-
ted). This gives you some idea
of the present day costs.

At the moment any
artist is asked to perform either
at Combermere Hall, or the Steel
Shed, admirable places for certain
types of entertainment, but hardly
the sort of building to encourage
class
abroad—whereas with g proper
theatre—there are no limits, and
surely a first class idea for at-
tracting tourists. Give us a theavre
and we'll put on better and more
shows in the year, instead of pay-
ing $250 a day for the privilege
of the back stage of the Empire

not start
Advocate,
interested
give their
amount they would be wi
scribe, with the proviso that miich c

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EMMA SMITH-—26

IT IS A RISK--BUT
WORTH IT

CAN SUCCESS come too soon?
When the garland of early glory
withers — what then? Remember
the tragic words of A. E. Housman
“And early though the laurel

grows,

It withers quicker than the rose

Runners whom renown outran,

And the name died before the

MO 6c
Here, three people to whom suc-
cess has come early ignore his sad
cynicism and look forward to the
challenge of the arriving years.

EVER since Evelyn Waugh
went down from Oxford to reap
a rich and early harvest as a
brilliant satirist, undergraduates
have tried desperately to emulate
his example, to become legends
while still alive.

I know of only one who has
carried this dream into reality
in his own post-war generation
His name: KENNETH PEACOCK
TYNAN.

An ex-secretary of the Oxford
Union, he is the only man in its
history to be asked to speak in
four consecutive Eights Week
debates. These are famous for
their wit and levity: other
speakers, Mgr. Ronald Knox,
Charles Morgan, Gillie Potter.

Down from Oxford 15 months
ago, he went to Paris, produced
“Samson Agonistes”, ‘“Winter-
set,” “Medea” for the Comedie
des Champs-Elysees.

Then he returned to England
for 28 weeks, produced a play a
week for a repertory company.

Orson Welles has written a pre-
face to his book on drama, out
this summer. He is under con-
tract for another book. He has
produced Roger Livesey in “Citi-
zen of the World,” at the Lyric,
Hammersmith.

Next month, he flies to Salz-
burg to produce a play there,
returns to put on “Macbeth” in
London, to produce a Picasso
play.

Tynan is 22, Can he keep on?

Tall, mop-haired, a grev
corduroy tie, the only sign of
earlier dress affections (at Oxford
he wore a golden shirt, a green
suit), he cleaves the air with his
hands in his St. John’s Wood
fiat to give emphasis to his phil-
osophy:—

“You can’t have success too
early Success to me means
enough money to live on for two

years, so I needn't bother about
being successful

“If success had waited any
longer. I shouldn't have been
ready for it. A paradox? No, 1
want it young. I work on the
assumption that I'll be dead at



By James Leasor

30. That gives me eight more
years to do all the things I want

oO.

“Nowadays if anyone tries to
go after something he wants
young he becomes a target for
criticism. This isn’t the age of
the common man. My dear chap,
it’s the age of the dwarf.

“I like urgency. Living is an
urgent thing. Success is no good
next year. We may not be here
then. Let’s have it now... .”

The Author

IN a little Essex cottage a pretty,
blonde girl with long ear-rings
faces a tricky problem.

She is EMMA SMITH, at 26
author of two books and winner
of three top-line literary prizes:
the John Llewelyn Rhys Memorial
Prize, the 1,000 Dollar Atlantic
Award and now this year she
becomes the youngest woman ever
to win the James Tait B'ack
Memorial Prize.

Her problem: To write a third
book that will topple the critical
shots from the lockers of the
doubters who say: “It’s just luck,
old boy. She can’t do it three
times running.”

Her problem is not mje easie>
by the knowledge that she is the
only one who caaz help herself.
No one else can.

She is doing this in solitude,
shut away in her country cottage.

Shy, modest about her success,
her hopes, she gives this opinion
on early success: —

writer who is
satisfied with

“T don’t think a
any good is ever
what he produces. One always
tries to do better, to prune and
polish, you know. So an early
success only makes you more
careful.”

How did she score her great
success? She wrote from her own
experiences her personal reactions.

During the war she worked as
a bargee with two other girls on
the Grand Union Canal, wrote of
her adventures. People liked her
style, asked for more

Then she went to India with a
documentary film company, used
her knowledge of the country, her
own memories of childhood, her
intense gentleness of feeling, to
build up a tremendous novel about
a lonely little girl who went to
India

“Maiden’s
hy,

of asking

Trip,” “The Far
. Now it is the third time
Can she doit again?..

The Motorist

UNDER the dripping sky, the|
ers

white concrete track shimm

like a river. Canvas posters flap in
the rain. The throaty exhausts of
the racing cars crackle like calico
tearing. }

The cars slam down the straight, i
accelerate into the first bend and
are away. Behind them, only a/|
thin smell of hot rubber and rain
remains.

That was the
Goodwood, where twenty-|
year - old STIRLING CRAU-|
FORD MOSS drove a two-litre}
HWM—and was second in his race. |

|
scene at}

For nim it was an important |
day. It was the first time he had
raced anything more powerful
than a one-litre, car. And with|
one-litre (1,000c.c.) and half-litre!
“midget” racers he has carved out)
a career for himself among the}
giants of speed. j

In the last two years he has}
won 50 of the 54 races he entered. |
He has raced in Switzerland, in|
Italy, in Holland. He is by years
Britain’s youngest successful pro-
fessional racing driver.

Can he keep on being success-

ful now he drives the bigger
stuff?

Moss is slimly’ built, keen on
jiu-jitsu, favours easy, sporty
clothes, speaks casually of his
career.

“I sold a sports car to buy my
first Cooper 500c.c. racing job
No one took me very seriously
I was only 18, you see, but I

wanted to become a full-time
racing driver.

“I won my first race. ‘Just luck,’
people sc‘d. So I did my best and
won some more. I've made enough
out of prizes and starting money
and so on to buy a lorry to trans-
port my car about from race to
race. And I have my own me-
chanic now, too.

“I gon't think success can come
too young in motor racing. You
see, you’re always learning. You
never know it all.

“Besides, I’m young now. 1
want to give it say, three years
all told. Then, if I don’t make
out, if I’m just a flash in the pan,
I'll quit. I’ll still be young enough
then, anyhow, to start in and have
a try at something else. Early
success makes you careful. The
higher up you are the further you
have to fall. See what I mean?

WHAT is it these three yout.g and
successful people have learned?
SUCCESS is a heady, racy, intoxi-
cating thing. And as in the pur-
suit of happiness, one is never

quite sure of it.
London Express Service.



Racial Harmony In W. 1.

(Our London Correspondent)
A Letter to the “Manchester
Guardian.”
LONDON,
“To-day, relations between
races are more harmonious in the
British West Indies than in any
other part of the British Com-
monwealth inhabited by mixed
races, and it is due to the fact
that the liberal doctrine of no
discrimination in civil and politi-
cal rights on grounds of race has
prevailed there from the abolition
of slavery”.

This view is advanced by Mr.
Cc. W. W. Greenidge, who has
spent most of his life in the West
Indies, in a letter to the Editor
of the ‘Manchester Guardian”
this week Mr. Greenidge sup-
ports the views put forward in a
leading article entitled “Race and
Franchise” in that paper the week
before, following a letter on the
subject by Sir Stewart Gore-
Brown, expert on African affairs

Mr. Greenidge, discusses the
problem of “what form the fran-
chise should take in mixed com-
munities in which the majority of
the inhabitants of one race are



contribution
been reached on

visiting

artists from

As always, the

us tremendously

cial way. If it

a “paper” fund build a theatre
t is, all those criptions and
the building matic Clubs

names and Would then

lir But to




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asked for

until
how far we would get.

Regarding the second paragraph
of Neville Connell’s letter. I pre-
sume he was prompted to say this
because of the report in the paper
that it was understood that the
British Council had donated £50
to the Barbados Dramatic Clup. I
wish to refute that statement, be-
cause although I did approach the
British Council representative to
find out if I could expect any help.
I was told that we would have to
put up a very strong case for a
grant and the fact that someone
was starting a Dramatic Club was
not sufficient to warrant

were very helpful and are helping



don't dash out mon

only just emerging from ignor-
ance and only a minority of that
race have acquired the capacity
to exercise the franchise intelli-
gently and take part in governing
their country wisely. In some such
communities, a minority of an
immigrant race among them view
with alarm the grant of an un-
restricted franchise to the illiter-
ate majority and struggle against
enfranchising them at all and so
bring hatred between races

The via media which you sug-
gest, namely, a restricted fran-
chise based on property or income
with a literacy test for all adult
men and women of all races in
those mixed communities—is the
solution of the problem t was
so recognised by our forefathers
when they granted the franchise
in Britain’s ancient colonies in
the West Indies and at the Cape
of Good Hope in South Africa,
and it has worked successfully.
In the West Indies, in which I
was born and have spent most of
my life, the coloured races acquir-
ed political rights from the aboli-
tion of slavery (1833) equal to
those enjoyed by the white race,
and, as they qualified for the

$150,000 had
paper I wonder

like way.

Brittons House,
Brittons Hill,
April 24, 1950,

a grant.

British Council

Sir,

in a non-finan-



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oe ee b. lacking in books which could which could bi T Se ae a oem blue. | }} +
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NORMAN WOOD.

Library Lack
To the Editor, The Advocate--

—— It seems rather a pity
that a Public Library, such as the




i be grateful for a wider

franchise by income or owner-
ship of property, became electors
and in some cases elected repre-
sentatives. As they have grown in
education, wealth, and experience
of government during the past
hundred years and
franchise has been extended and
there is now adu't suffrage, with-

out an income or property quali- |

fication in most, if not all, of the
West Indian colonies.”

After referring to the harmoni-
ous relations existing today in the
British West Indies Mr. Greenidge
goes on to say that if the British
Government wishes to prevent
further deterioration of race rela-
tions in other parts of the Com-
monwealth, it should “reaffirm its
adherence to that doctrine and use
its influence with other units of
the Commonwealth to accept it
as the guide to their policy in
race relations, and to grant the
franchise to all races equally,
based om income or property
Since most land in Africa is
owned communally and could not
be a qualification for an individ-
ual elector an income qualifica-
tion should be established as weli
as a property one.” 1



|
Why Not Start A ‘Paper’ Theatre Fund |

of it, and I am sure they have and its methods.
never been ‘fleeced.’

As you say, Sir, the time hus
come for action and not moans.
Many of my friends keep asking
“Why don’t we build a theatre”?
Very well, who's going to be the
first to subscribe? Let us see that
the money will be forthcoming and
you can be assured a committee of
experts will be formed in no time,
to tackle the problem in a business-

kine, Spicer and

Books by these

letter comes to

would receive hi
tion.

SIR,—Instead

the proposed
on Accountancy hall a

tage

located in London? What about the needs of

more, the} London from St. Thomas.

Topham, to name a
known authors, would vastly im-
prove the scope of a student.
tainable in England, but to a man
of little means the price is ex-
orbitant, I sincerely hope that this

the librarian, as I

ACCOUNTANT

Breakfast Shed
To the Editor, The Advocate
Steel shed, would it not

sible to improve on the present
Queen's Park building and design








WEDNESDAY, APRIL, %,

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D. V. SCOTT... TO-DAY'S a
& CO.,LTD. , at the COLOm

Benefit Colonial Students.

Lerd Mayor's Assurance

(Our London Correspondent) i
| THE THANKSGIVING FUND, sponsored |
| by the Lord Mayor, for a £2 million overseas
| students’ centre in London continues to arouse
| controvery in Britain. The columns of the
press have abounded with comments and pro-
tests about the schame, which is for the bene- |
fit of post graduate students from the Com-|
monweailth and the U.S. Seareely a day passes
without at least one letter to “The Times.” |,
Writers have ranged from the Principal of
London University to Mr. T. S. Eliot, from the
Secretary of the Empire Art Council to an
American professor.

Now the Lord Mayor himself, Sir Freder-|
ick Rowland, has decided it is time he should |
| speak in defence of the purposes of the Fund |
| which he launched just a month ago. In a}

letter to “The Times” this morning he sums |
up the main criticisms that have been voiced
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The Lord Mayor first removed the doubts |
of those who, like Mr. Eliot, asked “would
the scheme be open to colonial students?”
The collegiate residences, he said, would be
available to both colonial and Dominion
students *’ He pointed out that a number
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existing London House with no distinction of
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overseas students but also with students from
this country resident there. This, he believes, |
gives them opportunities and contacts which
they certainly would not have if they were
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criticism, the Lord Mayor points out that no |
design for the proposed new building has yet
been approved. “I sus

ggest” he says “that it}
is premature to assume thata collegiate centre |
of fine proportion and design will jnot be
created”. |
Apart from this last point—a telling one—
and the assurance that the scheme does apply
as well as Dominion students, |



to Colonial
Sir Frederick Rowland has added little to}
what Sir Frank Newson Smith, a Governor
of London House, said recently, in a letter
to “The Times” in defence of the centre. And
that the Lord Mayor's
of the



there is little doubt 01
letter will not satisfy the critics
scheme.

)
Piracy lu West Indies |
| (Our London Correspondent) |

|



SIZES 14 TO 17%

} April 21.
A “desperate act of piracy’ which took place
in the West Indies on the night of February Ist is
| reported in the Times to-day. The report reached
B. Lindsey had ieft

To all intents and
But there was

The American schooner, J.
| Port of Spain in the afternoon.
purposes it was just another voyage.
| mutiny in the hearts of the crew.

'

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| SECURE YOURS FROM
At night, and while still in sight of land, they | 7

murdered the mate and a passenger and threw | ey
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them overboard. They severely wounded the cap-
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tain who managed to reach his cabin however and
locked the door to keep them out, |

The ship was ransacked for money and then the |
mutineers climbed into the schooner’s boat. With
an axe they tried to scuttle the vessel but their
efforts were thwarted by the cook who cut the
boat's painter and set them adrift.

When the mutineers had gone the captain man-

aged to crawl on deck and “by threatening to fire

on the boat prevented the murderers fr return- |
ENJOY TO-DAY

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The Caj iain contrived to sail the schooner to
St. Thomas where he was taken care of by the
Americar Consul. Handbills were circulated
throughout the West Indies offering a reward of
$200. for the capture of the murderers.

This story, which first appeared in print on
April 22nd, 1850, was reprinted today by the Times
in its ‘100 Years Ago”

ing on board”. They then set off in the direction of |
ae
the finest

the Spanish Main.





column,





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judges cannot endure a little in-
convenience for the wet period,

authors are ob- what about the people who visit |
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the exhibition with or without
breakfast.

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the attention . S’horse! 1? Hunter's To
am sure it ” |
$ full considera. 70.The Editor, The Advocate, | {\
SIR,—. would be glad to know}

if any of your readers happened | {
to see what I saw on Sunday morn- |}
ing after Saturday night at about |}
3 a.m. \\

I was awakened by 2 noise like Rt
galloping hoofs on 4 wet turf, and’ |
on looking through my north-west }
window noticed prancing along in| \{
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26,

Three Injured
In Accident

OTOR LORRY T—125, owned
by Vaucluse Lid., and driven
Granville Lewis of Redmans
wages crashed into an enbank-
- t and was extensively dam-
aged at about 9.20 a.m. on Shop
Hill Road on Monday,
The lorry was laden with bags
of sugar and two men were lying
top the sugar. The driver
and the two men were injured,

N ACCIDENT occurred on
Suttle Street at about 10.25

on Monday between a motor
owned by G. V. Marshall of

t Hall and driven by Stanley

ett of the Barbados Hard-

ware Store, Swan Street, and a
Je owned and ridden by Syd-
Griffith of Spconer’s Hill, St.
Michael, with Gordon Douglas ot
Six Men’s, St. Peter, on the bar
The rear fork of the bicycle

; ed.

Was OTHER accident occurred
at the corner of Swan and
Tudor Streets at about 7.50 p.m.
on Monday between motor lorry
G—227, owned by G. G. Gale of
View, St. George, and
driven by Arthur C. Thomas of
Greens, and a motor car owned
and driven by Ethan O'Neale of
Tamarind Lane, Eagle Hall.

The right running board of
the lorry and the left front fen-
der and left end of the bumper
of the car were damaged.

WO ST. PETER Plantations—

Maynards and Colleton—were
the first to end their crop season.
This ended during last week.
Maynards is owned by Mr, J.
Corbin while Colleton belong to
P. G. Seales.

VELYN THOMPSON of Ben-
ny Hall, St. Peter was in-
jured over the week-end when she
was involved in an accident with
a bicycle on Welch Town Road.
The bicycle was ridden by Hazel
Hood of Cleland, St. Andrew.

EV. W. BRATHWAITE, newly

appointed Vicar of St. Mark,

was made Chairman of the St.

Mark’s Fellowship at a meeting

to elect officers which was held
last week.

Since the departure of the
founder and ex-chairman, Rev.
L. A. D. Woodland, Mr, L. E.

* Wood was holding the office.

- Other officers appointed are:—
Mr. L. E. Wood, (Leader), Mr.
A. Carter (Assistant Leader), Mr.
E. L. Browne (Secretary), and
Mr. E. Newton (Assistant Sec-
retary). After the elections a
discussion was lead by Mr. E. L.
Browne.

AST FRIDAY’S film show at

the British Council could not
take place as advertised because
of electricity trouble, so the same
programme will be given this
rae: April 28th, at 4.45 p.m.

BRITISH NEWS

MERCY FLIGHT
Air Ambulances. )

TENNIS
STEPS OF THE BALLET

Film Strip Talk “EGYPT”,

. Films For Children—Saturday,
April 29th, 9.30 a.m.
BRITISH NEWS
INSTRUMENTS OF THE OR-
CHESTRA
PICTURE PAPER

(Canadian

Film Strip Cartoon “Road

Safety”, "
Admission to both shows is
free,

Cn Thursday, April 27th, at
P.m. Football Films will
be shown at the oe. C.

ae POLICE BAND, under

apt. C. E, Raison, A.R.C,
will give a Concert Bias
to-night at the St.
house, They will be taking along
ir own electric coloured-light-
ing system which will be intro-
duced to residents of St. Lucy for

at 8 o'clock
Lucy Alms-

= first time.
programme of light varied
music has been arranged,



Vessel Brings
Salted Fish

et motor vessel “Glenwood”
mought 284 casks of salted fish
rom Newfoundland for Barbados
Terday. When it leaves on
ee roe it will be tak-
ad of molasses

ewfoundiance Olasses back to
cargo of salted fish was
discharged “yesterday. The vessel
gin loading molasses to-

On its way down from N
ew-
foundland, the “Glenwood” stop-
bed at Dominica, St. Vincent and
ada to discharge salted fish.
voyage to Newfoundland will

fi The “Glenwood’s” mate told
Ge Advocate” that he had a
Pete trip. The ship met heavy
/ Sas and high wind almost
throughout the voyage.

ee W. S. Monroe & Co.,

, this

are local

vessel's



Rice Ci

ice Comes
thousand bags of rice arriv-
from British Guiana yes-
by schooner “Emeline”.

Schooner also brought 91
rewood and 291 bags of

ap

“

eline” is consigned to
hooner Owners’ Asso-

Ff



20/- For Assault

ae Straher of Alleyne’s
_ yesterday found guilty
Whastulting and beating Albert
Me of Kew Land on March 24
pe D - Morris ordered him
i. a fine of 20s and 2s costs
days or in default under-

one month's imprisonment
ith hard labour.

What's on Today

Meeting, General
® Health at 2.30 p.m.

Football al 's Park
Mt 5.00 pm Queen's Par

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to
in

Board

Basket Bali at ¥Y.M.C.A

“rrison College at 5.00
Pm. ”

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1950

Agricultural
Workers Gei
Increase Pay

This Agreement between The
Sugar Producers’ Federation
of Barbados and The Barba-
dos Workers’ Union regarding
the Wages of Workers in the
Sugar Industry, was issued on
Monday, .

It is hereby agreed that:

1. (a) The basic wage rates
all factory and field workers in
the sugar industry shall be in-
creased by 1214% on those of 1949
with retrospective effect from
Ist January, 1950.

(b) The retrospective
shall be paid on or before
May.

2. In addition a cash bonus on
total earnings by all such work-
ers employed from the beginning
of the week in which the 1950
erop commenced until the end of
the week in which the crop ended
shall be paid to all such workers
in the industry on or before 30th
September, 1950, at a rate
dependent on the size of the crop
according to the following Scale.
120,000 tons of sugar being taken
as an average crop—





of

pay
20th

Over 125,000 tons — 1%

» 130000 , —2%
135,000 — 3%
140,000 — 4%
145,000 — 5%

» 150,000 — 6%

And so on

3. This agreement shall be
operative for the year 1950.

Signed on behalf of The

Sugar Producers’ Federa-

tion of Barbados

H. G. WARD,
President.
J. A. MAHON.
Signed on behalf of The
Barbados Workers’ Union.
GRANTLEY ADAMS,
President.
I. O. LASHLEY,
F. L. WALCOTT,

General Secretary
Witnessed by:
E. S. S. BURROWES,
Labour Commissioner,

24th April, 1950.

The “Advocate” regrets the very
serious error which appeared in
yesterday’s issue stating that “back
pay with effect from Ist January,
1949, will be paid on or before 20th
May, 1950”, and other misleading
statements, It apologises to work-
ers and employers for any incon-
veniences that may have been
caused as a result.

St. Thomas
Policewoman

Does Good Job

HERE is a policewoman of the
town of Charlette Amelia, in the
neighbouring American colony of
St. Thomas. She is Mrs. Eduardo
Newton who has been described as
“doing a grand job handling juv-
enile delinquents.”



Mrs. E. Newton

The statement in this news-
paper that Barbados is soon likely
to add women to its Police force

brought the information that
Policewoman Newton, not only
tackled the problem which had

assumed alarming proportions, but
she now ts#kes charge of an Ath-
letic Club which provides outlet
for the energy of the erstwhile
urchins, when not in school.

“She has arrested many youths
on their downward path,” is one
comment on her job.



Misadventure Death

A verdict of death by misad-
venture was returned by a.nine-
man jury when the inquiry into
the death’of George Boyce of
Diamond Corner—which was held
by Mr. D. D. Morris, Coroner of
District “A”—was concluded on
Monday.

George Boyce was taken to the
General Hospital on April 15
when he received injuries to his
head while involved in an acci-
dent. at Speightstown. He died
early oh Sunday April 16.



SEAMAN DEAD

COPENHAGEN, April 24.
The body of an Argentine sea-
man, Horacio Lloret of the Al gen-
tine va

‘ n \ :

vessel “Rio San Juan,

appeared
e D

Vindow





BARBADOS ADVOCATE

$1,000.00



(From Our €

_ Trinidad this morning

when half a block of the c

centre was burnt out, resu
over $1 million.

cause of this fire.
Kwongtung restaurant,

Acheson Expects

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Police Lie In

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suffered its worst fire in years)

Over 200 persons are reported out of jobs to-day, be-|
The premises destroyed include the new
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this morning state that the fire Pets ! !
“SHORTIE”, a member of the Calypso Quartette which arrived @ From page 1. might have been averted if police mS .
from Trinidad on Monday, was the attraction on the waterfrors. that they have full confidence in cities in th : oo — Fay PURINA DOG CHOW
. . = ana he Tam al 3 z or e day. Ye me
Here he poses for a picture with (left to right) “Lord Leigfieid”, 7 hi hy Berlin police force, Long before aie on Monday, I See
OMtehty ¢ . oi i ch they said was fully capa Biri ~? — ay W
Mighty Spoiler’, and “Lord Pretender”, the three other members. eats silehs eerie was told that an upholsterer em- = PURINA RABBIT CHO
} rs ; disorder at Whitsun when "500. ployed at one of the premises de-
é its 500,- aia ? B
C 000 Communist le , . a2, Stroyed’ had been telephoning re
" lidget alypso 2 @° expected to rally Sn are police headquarters concerning his h. Jason Jones & Co. Lid,
Si c . oa ] 10n A Fretich. oficial sh cals ssman SUSPicions about the contents of a] j) Distributors.
inger Promises ‘ said to-day that no French mil, PX Seen deposited in Henry Street| |
: . . tary reinforce Ss maha Premises by two men, aE
A Treat 99 Government Berlir ; ‘Nor G the eee — From a nearby bicycle shop
* bat sha pose 1 atorins a ; Seas alaits frantic appeals went out to police.| 7 Oe et
t uppos notorise Russian ummana mig es uniti
Thres... weeks. “ago. Antigeats troops would break tks. Went There might be ammunition in a
. : ; S™ 5 ~ . it,” the voice told police é
Shortie “Inches”? was here with Berlin under cover of a peace From. Headquertere aa ic megou
motor vessel “Caribbee.”” On Mon- rally of unarmed young Ger- wire came an gine oo set the
lav > 4, halt Tatas . mans.” he Jed a ‘ y as t
ns the Trinidad Midget”, who Under Van Zeeland ’ “nN 7 1G. ACC a a ; ... name of the informant, the where- v/} oll.
was about two inches shorter than enti al. security ple- shouts of the persons who deposit- SFOme-imade
‘Inches arrived by the “Cana- : __ BRUSSELS, April 25 one vigHs have been taken, but We ed the box, and the time business
—_ ee ; henna esa of the ee nd = . ale eel any trouble” Fremises were expected to close
ewton Herbert, better known Liberal Party tonight passed a re- the spokesman saic . for the day y / C eae
as “Boyer” or “Shortie”, has solution calling on its delegates to . A high West Berlin police of- ce nm
come as a member of a Calypso the three-party talks for a com- ficial said that though there jeanwhile the box held by iron
quartette from Trinidad. He was Promise solution to the Royal might be sporadic attempts by pands remained unmolested; close
accompanied by the “Mighty Problem, to go ahead with the ne- special trained communist youths was a stock fire. The police
Spoiler”, “Lord Pretender’ and 80tiations. to create Cistur bances a estern were under the mpression that and these
“Lord Zeigfeld”. . ‘ Berlin there was no e\ — e . the Frederick Street premises were
“A singer-dancer”, “Shortie” 1e Liberal negotiators were an organized mass invasion of {4 pave been burglared that night » a)?
called himself, and he promised a U!8ed to “wind up these talks un- the western sectors. . They lay in ambush and while Sifter Dimmer Desserts
treat to Barbadians when he er the condition that an effec- A spokesman of the Commu- they were so engaged, there was
stages shows here. ; uve exercise of the Royal prere- nist-controlled free German youth 4 “Yerrife explosion. The next _ oP ER
“Shortie”, who is 21 years old gatives by Crown Prince Baudouin commented “we Sami a 't minute the Arcade Building hous- . WE OFFER..
stands : Pe 7 ’ “shoe: Will be ensured, thys allowing the clear that we shall demons rate ing »mises burst into flames aks peeeiels , aes
at nee oe as 3 ad noes achievement of national under- in the Soviet sector only, and \ . ed om cone held by ICE CREAM MIX—All F lavours
took. a eee out 8 pounds. “He” tending” that we ‘de, not.dutend to. VIO coi tee ee ees CHIVERS CUSTARD POWDER
they Bec cost trom the ship to , to American provocations at the FO °¢) One, Near (ne scene of the CHIVERS TABLE JELLIES—All Flavours
ha Aa etn Warehouse steps —_ Auguste van Blaabeke, outgoing sector | ry” sabe! Ts Laleued that annthen i . BIRD'S JELLY DeLUXE—AI Flavours _ .
Gene iad some trouble in get- Liberal Minister of Health, said: a+ Be Gb ae was meee a “ at : nt ne} a PINEAPPLE (in Tins) Crushed, Sliced, Cubes :
t e - - y ’ . was n tn YULLGINE i t > lime ol . , , a oe .
He wore white flannel trousers’ _/2¢ Flemish Liberals will never Y he fire, and late this afternoon Sea eee RAISING ene CURRANTS }
V > flanne users, scree t banish Teter ons 1! Fp vale s SEEDLESS RAISINS
brown plaid jacket. an American saree, ae banishment, of the Governor Ope RB. | trantin cioita wer belie: mae ¢ EEDLI iN s
7 A agree this }
brown Sweepstake cap, brown- wieie ne So ial! aon ea a. this J find the body amid the debris. ;
ind-white shoes, and a flashy tie "Usually well informed circle Legislature Reports to police indicate that
with a “Frank Sinatra knot.” ! a an fod tonal nt thi t “th anes : ere re nae am Oem and
a , waertey : 1ere stated tonight that “there are a be jeweller amounting to vel
oe aes his Way: VO the Bag- good prospects of a new Catholic- @ From page 1 $3 000. (By Cable) 4 ie
a ois aaa yo sat quietly he Liberal coalition government un- Sugar Production and Export :
C and began to read > > beatnik Toad) oht ” &¢ ss are — .
made mo fun for. anvore init ee ee gn ey Control Board: The Hon’bles D, G
. anyo " —-Reuter. I \ nq J. J } "
answered to every call yt Leacock { J. A. Mahon, d ti
“Shortie.” . Local Branch of the Empire if
“Shortie’s” P 7 Parliamentary Associations: The 1 e |
Shorti legs fron cle 1 ’ ‘ |
maeitor ak oe ig 4 —_ % om W oka Delegates Hon'ble the President as Tobyi~ /
asu apout » 4 Ss. anc ) nt nd the |} ble 2 if
his upper body about 2 ft, 4 ins. | ‘ hn. 6 f UK Cc 5 are pee Re , , |
Although short, his body is well- 4zeave Soon tor / In the House of Assembly Mr. ia}
proportioned, ok = : at an ie ’ |
His parents are both Trinid (Barbados Advocate Correspondent) A. E. S. Lewis was re-appointea HEALING
4 c = are U ldaa- ;
is > f average iva . JO} mpeakel |
tae Of average. size. He PORT-OF-SPAIN, April 25 lowing appointments i |
om a as Sisyens who are all of The West Indies Po'itical Dele ere then made |
ae height, gation and its British West Ind‘« select Committee to reply toja| |
se Shortie” 1s a first class me- Sugar Association Advisers he Governor’s Speech | '
Soshid “4 iy one of his col- leave soon for the U.K. for the Mr. G. H. Adams, Mr. J. H |
eet me gets plenty of meet in London about May 12 Wilkinson, Mr. W. A. Crawford, } i} |
work in Trinidad There is likelihood too that yy Rk, G. Mapp, Mr. W. W. Reece, |
Only recently he made his de- they will be going without yy; p. p, Garner, Mr. F. C. God- An effectual Remedy for
but on the stage as a cal stama The Trinid: : JA a heer eee eka seth emectual emedy: for’ in-
’ _ age as a calyps) Bustamante. The Trinidad Gov- gayq Mr. ©. K. Walcott and Mr.
singer, This newly started career ernment understands from a com- AB S Lewis tert nd t ]
of his has caused him to do some munique received that Jamaica * lee oe Gamrnitte: M: an EG ORGS Te
travelling. He has already visited is willing to send a representative E. Smit : |
Caracas, British Guiana and to meet other delegates in Lon- * Print Cor His Hono: F \ Bronchitis, |
Aruba with the troupe to sir don < 1 H. Wil
calypsoes (By. Cable.) ~~ SP" a} A ak Me. OF |B ( Dyse ' : ‘|
“Shortie” told the “Advocate Crawford’ Mr. J. Be "T: Branoker. tie. 5; says Mr. Whale:
that he went to school at Or onesies D. ( H Hot Fev« Ne !
Dal mm t 1 One- i
mond, eae as Mu. OE “IT’S THE STUFF li
ee on " > Te aay ee ar rfiiiae of ‘eve ‘ |
9 Father of Five rae Me eae TO SPOUT ABOUT!
Vir 1 \ I V tj i
i uf ; nd bea ' r ‘
20 R at /+ . Dy Crawfon | ie. i
eturn Wins $6,240 Victor lf
: ! wford, Mr, L. BE. R » ail! “ |
4 B d: Parbados Advocate Correspondet Mr. W a ' * a~i* per he tle |B “ ez ‘ ia
FromBermuda Gill and Mr. F.C. Goddard. |) I" E idle Gi alters |
PORT-OF-SPAIN, April 25 _ Members of the Sugat , urine) os ign
Twenty Barbadians returned Rennix Costle Ole sik. Soerer reer es 2 mre oh | ewes FTC iD } Pr 9
home from H.M. Dock Yards, father of five of Todds Road pees Mi D. D. Garner, a Druggists on applicatic | j
Bermuda, by the R.F.A. ‘Gold quiet village in the cane belt area, W. A. Crawford, Mr. E, D. Mott PPeea Hon | { |
Ranger’ yesterday. won the second prize of $6,240 of ley. | i ;
They were E. Thompson, D the Union Park Sweepstake. Members of the Board of Agri | mn i oO ee /
Barrow, E. Mason, A. Lynch, G. He hed ticket X.: culture Mr. E. L Ward, Meta) JL |
Massiah, J. Carter, W. Alleyne, drew Wave Crest winne? H A Do vding, Mr, L. E, Smit! 2 : ;
Cc. Bailey, D. Pickering, G. races at the Union Meeting and Mr. A. E a La yee a Tes mam 1 ) The Perfection of Confection |
Gaskin, E, Nurse, G. Leslie, A. Costle did not know of his luck Members of the Board of the} fi) A Hl / | ies
Best, M. Clake, J. Holder, F. until 12 hours after the draw, Peasants’ Loan Bank: Mr. W. A. 4 1
ae pase Sore eae. Se oe Na! 1
Gill, G. Russell, A. Sealey and Todds Road is* 25 miles from Crawford and Mr. D D. Garner | MADE IN U.K. ts
L. Stoute, Port-of-Spain. Members the Bridgetown | ‘ i
These are among the many Costle also claimed to have Housing Board; Mr. G, H. Adams|{| Fi I). WALTERS’ ‘PALM’ TOFFEE LTD. ‘PALM’ WORKS, Hy
thrown out of employment four serials in the Christmas and Mr. M. E, Cox. LONDON, W3. A
through the closing down of the Sweep. He is a cane farmer and Members of the Sugar Produc- \
Bermuda dock yards. he uses rented lots to plant his tion and Exports Control Board: celal aries SE
, : : ) A y
“Some 200 Barbadians have canes. He has no immediate pla Mr. F. L. Walcott, Mr. E, L \ ———_ —_— -— ———- — 3
been put out of work, along with how he is going to use the money. Ward, Mr. D. D. Garner together
about 500 Englishmen and sev- (By Cable) vith Mr, H. O. Emtage, Bus i
eral Bermudans”, one of, the es “i
workers told the “Advocate’’.

A Coudensed Milk



“None of the Barbadians are al-
lowed to remain”, he said

Sealey has been employed in
the dock yard for 15 months. He
worked in the plumbing depart-
ment. He found conditions fav-
ourable

The twenty men, some coming
ashore by the ‘Gold Ranger’s’
launches and others by the “Ida”,
Government Tug and Waterboat,
all looked happy. They were met
at the Baggage Warehouse by
their relatives and friends

food « Drink
Together

.. (2.

IN A PERFECT COMBINATION

The perfect combination

All the world knows that Good
health builder. All the world knows
have. been eaten since Roman time
health giving Food value

stout is a great
that Oysters
for their






Over 2.000 cases of condensed
milk were landed here by the s.s.
“Bonaire” yesterday. This ship-
ment arrived from Amsterdam,

Other cargo of the “Bonaire”
for this port ; potatoes, pow-
dered milk, salted fish,
frozen fish, smoked herrings, beer,
wine and cognac

Also musical ir

We have perfected
the combination of
these two in





struments, toys,



footwear, cutlery and enamel- AA
ware ei iy

The “Bonaire” expected to Ue
leave port to-day for Trinidad.

OYSTER. STOUT

Only one passenger has booked to



sail with her. Local agents are
Messr~ S. P. Musson, Son & Co.,
Ltd.
ses It's sovothing, easily
: ; digestible yet richer
Homing Pigeon
8 & and gracious flaveur

lets you feel it is doing
good even as you drink
it,

Sold

HOMING PIGEON h been
purchased by The Anglo-Iris!
gency from Mr. Walter Hutchin-
to go to U.S.A

as





HOMING PIGEON is a three-
fie Melnerae THE FOOD AND DRINK TOGETHER
HO NEY’S

SMITH & ATWELL Ltd





; N > ART & SAMPSON (1938)
»'N lk State Ne ta M. L. SEALE & ¢
1e receiv AD _ STANSFELD, SCOTT & ( Lt
Free H i ERBS & Co. Ltd.J. D. TAYLOR & Sons I.td
he z CRONEY & C tT. O. TUDOR & ¢
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“PAGE SIX

. id :-—— ;
ie” Prodan aod Honourable Members of the Legislative Council :
Mr> Speaker and Members of the House of Assembly :
: opening of a new Session of any Legislature has always appeared

Met demartd some of the attributes of a New Year with its opportunities
for wed goodwill and resolutions of service for the common good. It
would; he impertinent for a new Governor to make suggestions in this regard,
ont: E mention that aspect in extending a welcome to you on your return to
autycand to a Session in which some legislation of primary importénee
Sieber uhder your consideration.

' “SMe. President and Honourable Members of the Legislative Council:
te re to take this opportunity to pay a tribute to the Honourable
(idlev Leacock who has recently retired from the Presidency and membership
ef your Council, His service in this Island is universally known, admired
and_xespected, but I wish to thank him pnblicly for the personal kindness and
sympathetic understanding which be extended to a new Governor in « strange
jand. I am happy to say that he = agreed at my reqtest to continue his
inermbershi the Executive Council.

. i ee oe to annonnee that the Honourable John Chandler, who
for many years has been a valned member of the Council, has aecepted the
= "as tek vaeancy in the Council, His Majesty the King has been
oleased to give instructions for the appointment of Mr. Julian Aubrey Mahon.
‘ "5. | wish also to mention the loss which the Public Serviee in Barbados
amd the Council have sustained by the transfer of Mr. Stewart Perowne frorm
Barbados. Tn too short a period spent in Barbados. Mr. Perowne rendéred
meritorions service to this Island both as Colonial Secretary and as the Officer
Administering the Government. ; i
6. The imminent departure.of Mr. Campbell from this Council and
‘vom Barbados ean only be recorded in terms of the deepest regret. He hos
teen of the greatest assistance to me and his tireless and unremitting service
to Barbados over the last seven years will leave a gap which it will be difficult
to fill adequately. We wish him and Mrs. Campbell Godspeed in their

new sphere.



Mr. President and Honourable Members of the Legislative Cowneil:

-Mr. Speaker and Members of the House of Assembly: ‘

-7. Soon after my appointment to this high office, I listened with deep
interest to a radio broadeast by my distinguished predecessor in which he
said :—



“Such positive powers as the Governor has in Barbados are based
on the Royal prerogative and on Colonial Regulations and cover only
‘‘prerogative matters and appointments and discipline. Woe betide «
‘pro Consul who, accustomed to Crown Colony methods elsewhere,
‘Sattempts to practise the direct way of other Colonial Governments... ..’’
With this warning in mind, I have paused to consider the theme of my
address.to you to-day. The field of possible comment is wide, and, if only
irom the point of view of time, it is necessary to be selective. If I do not
refer to-particular subjects it will not be because I in any way wnderrate
their..importanee, but merely that my knowledge of local conditions and
considerations are yet insufficient to leaven with my experience. I deem it
ny duty to express freely my views, but I seek your indulgence on this
oecasion if unwittingly T offend in word any of your traditions or unwritten

rules
CIVIL SERVICE

s. Ideal with the Civil Service first because much of what I have to say later
ii relation to development will assume the availability of a contented, experienced
dad efficient Civil Service. Soon after my arrival, | discovered that there is a
wealth of Barbadian talent domiciled abroad whieh has been discouraged for
nany years from remaining in Barbados for the service of the Island. Later.
[ learned +} ’ were many senior and experienced officers who, after 4
voraparatively short service in Barbados, were anxious to seek a transfer else-
where, Ty) the last four mouths the problem has become aeute and threatens

worsen in relation to professional posts.

Lhe cause is obvious. Sinee the war, nearly every Civil Service and prae-
ically all private enterprise have improved the terms and conditions of service
cinployees, and in the senior ranks, particularly of executives and in
sional field, the advance has been substantial. In the West Indies
‘here has been a general revision of salaries and improved terms of service, but
Jarbados has not yet made her terms sufficiently attractive to retain some of
‘he most essential staff or to recruit new officers who will not be compelled — for
linancial reasons, after too brief a service — to look for further employment
elsewhere
1 10. | feel that Barbados has put itself rather in the position of a patient who
| is suffering from a wasting disease and who periodically, when he begins to fee]
| veally ill, calls in a specialist and seeks his advice. After having obtained
| this advice, the patient proceeds to ignore it until he is again warned of the

serionsness of his trouble, and then he proceeds to change his specialist hoping
that a second or even third opinion will be less alarming. Let us take one
‘xample viz. education. Barbados has enjoyed an enviable record as being the
leader of education in the Caribbean. There is no doubt it is losing its reputation,
out, what is more important, the future of the young Barbadian is bein:
) jeopardized
- 1]. [| have emphasized the problem particularly in relation to education
put I believe that to maintain an effieient Civil Service it will be necessary to
| vevise the terms and conditions of service of all posts of professional status. As
+ an ex-Pinancial Secretary the question of cost springs readily to my mind ‘ut
1 ihe real question to be faeed is whether Barbados can afford to continue to
| economize in relation to brains. Any savings which accrue to the Treasury from
| vacant posts or lower standards I believe to be the results of false economy.
{ 12. Next I must make some reference to the Secretariat which, as you
| know, is really the Governor’s office. As many of you will appreciate, the
| growing volume and pace and complexity of business upon all who are engaged
ni | in service to the public, both within and without the Civil Service, makes it more

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ui they

ee

the profte

ne

und move difficult to detach oneself from time to time from the pressure of day

'o day work and to assess either the problems of Barbados ag a whole or the

individual problems which require analysis, clear thinking and calm jidgment

Me The Barbados Seeretariat is in that position. The pressure of vork over

_ ‘he last two years, the pace of public requirements and the increasing complexity

of business are beyond the present gearing of that offiee. There is no implied

eviticisin of the staff who have worked conscientiously and for unduly long

hours over a very long period, They have been set an impossible task. The

vesult has been the accumulation of arrears and undue delays in dealing both

vith departments and the public, This hag slowed down the general adminis-

‘ ‘ration and has made the work of the Government more diffieul!. I regret it

‘| deeply, but T hope that within a short time it will be possible for the Secretariat

eat to deal with what is known as Part II of Commissioner Adams’ Report on the

a
) carly implementation, and to offer a solution of many of our difficulties. There

| ‘re proposals therein for the rehabilitation of the Secretariat and I trust that
they will be considered first, as expediency certainly demands jt

13. On Mr. Campbell’s departure, the Financial Secretary will act as
Colonial Secetary until the post is filled substantively, and Mr. H. 8, Jemmott
will act in his post. Iu addition, | am making immediate arrangements to second
certain officers from other departments in an attempt to get abreast of the work.

14. As regards the Service generally, the unavoidable delays in the con-
| sideration of the proposals in the Report to which I have referred have retarded
|} progress. Beeause of my former experience | have paid particular attention to
_ | the financial organization, the revenue departments and the ancillary accounting
_\ departments. From the evidence before me, I consider that they require
~ ) strengthening in two ways. Firstly, by the provision of additional senior posts,

and secondly, by planned training of the staff.
| 15. T do not want to anticipate the recommendation of the Committes
whieh is considering training schemes for Civil Servants, but a I say f

_< *jconsider the matter vital in relation to the proper development of this service.
, FINANCIAL POSITION
16. In passing to the financial field I particularly seek your indulgence

Hit 1 appear to be too direet in my speech but it is the field in which T have had
J some experience and whieh may be of some value when co-nrdinated with local
‘}) conditions.

The current budget reflects —

(a) a current total revenue and total expenditure each approximating
$9,500,000 or nearly 50 per head of the population ;

(b) a nett Publie Debt of roughly $1,800,000 or $9 per head of the
population ;

(e) @ General Reserve Balance of the order of $6,000,000 or $30 per
head of the population.

Relatively speaking the public debt is small and the Reserve Balance, which
- jhas already been hypothecated to some extent, advantageous to development.
ee 17. If we glance back over the last ten years, we shall note that revente

#yend expenditure is now more than three times what it was jn 1940/41, the

‘4Public Debt is more or less the same, while the General Revenue balanee has

jadvanced substantially. Even allowing for the universal fall in the valae of
money, I believe substantial progress in services to the public can be reeorded

im the last decade. The problem is the future. While the general evonomy ot






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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Barbados may be sounder than ever before in our lifetime, there can be no
doubt that the road to further progress will be uphill. The expansion of re
services is not only the subject of pressing and legitimate demand from
publie, but is essential to the healthy growth of a progressive people. But a
continuance in the upward curve of reeurrent ex) can only be main-
tained if the Island’s economy has a eo ing capacity for expansion
of a greater part of the national ineome can be diverted to Government a
1 say this because one significant feature of the present revenue position ©
flattening out of the curve of receipts in the last

yous, inee ing @ pro
able end to the trend of substantial annual increases in revenue. It ao

in that there will be some moderate increases in some receipts in the future,
but see no reason to anticipate any substantial advance of the otder of previous
years in the total revenue of the island.

OIL 3

18. It will be convenient if at this stage 1 made a passing. reference
to oil. It gives me first the opportunity to express publicly the ee
cf Barbados to the Government of Alberta and their Minister of Lands -_
Mines, the Honourable N. E. Tanner, who, in a most generous gesture 0
goodwill to this Island, have made available, without any cost to —-
their hard earned experience in the oil business. I know that Mr. Tanner’
visit has caused him some inconyenience in relation to his public duties
in Alberta, but I have the ‘feeling and the hope that, the contact having se
twade between that Province of Canada and this Island, there are prospects
of further contacts which should be to our mutual advantage. a

19. It is, of course, impossible for anyone at this stage to define the
prospects of finding oil in large quantities. I do not propose to start ag
chickens or barrels of oil. nor to build casties, or gven a harbour, with t 7
part of the proceeds which would aecrue to the public revenues, but Pang fi
say this: if great wealth is found, then the greatest care must be taken to
minimize the inflation which can arise from ‘‘recurrent windfalls’’ ot
‘‘eapital revenue.”’ I have used those terms loosely, but I feel certain s
will be appreciated that the oil resources of a country e a valuable nations
asset which, unlike sugar. is incapable of being renewed.

In my opinion, it will be imperative that what I have termed —_—
revene’’ should mainly be used for capital expenditure so that the none
recurrent expenditure is controlled to ensure as far as possible that ac
services are not developed to an extent where a recession of revenue woul
entail a substantial reduction in recurrent services. ,

As I have said, I am not building castles, but it has seemed to be appropty
ate, in a speech of this kind, that I should make some passing referenee to ot

REVENUE POTENTIAL

20. Let me return to the question of the recurrent revenues. _ They
tay be capable of being increased bv intensification of revenue collection _
by widening the tax field, or by incréased rates of tax and duties, or directly
und indirectly from inereased production. Sos :

In fairness to all citizens, it is desirable that each individual member of
the community who is in a position to do so should be required to pay bis
appropriate share towards the purchase of such benefits as are shared in
common. While few people would disagree in principle with that view, there
is seldom common ground as to what is the ‘‘appropriate share’’ at the various
income levels. But before that problem is examined, it is essential that a
Government should be satisfied that its revenue machinery is operating with
the greatest possible efficiency, that its customs tariff is symmetrical, and
its ineome tax schedules properly balanced.

21. There are, I believe. many anomalies within the present Customs
Tariff, and it is fortunate that there will be available shortly expert proposals
for a new tariff structure, on a basis of a Customs Union within the Caribbean,
which in itself would result in some small increase in revenue, but, what is
jaore important, will provide a sound tariff structure for the future. :

22. It must be admitted that the income tax machinery is not operating
with the greatest possible efficiency as, owing to a progressively increasing
volume of work, the department—in spite of the most creditable efforts on the
part of the staff—is much in arrear.

23. As I have indieated earlier, there are proposals for strengthening
hoth these Revenue Departments on whom we depend for nearly 95% of out
uett total receipts, and [ trust that they will be presented for consideration at
an early date.

24. I accept the axiom, which is as old as Adam Smith, that it is bad
finaneial policy and bad statesmanship to take from the people in taxation,
over a term of years, more than is required to ‘fulfil the duties and responsibili-
ties of Government and to make prudent provision for emergencies. I recognize
that if taxation begins to press hardly upon trade, commerce and industry
as to restrict its legitimate scope, then it is bad, because it will defeat its own
cbjeet and will result in diminishing returns. If, on the other hand, the
returns on its investment are unduly generous, then a greater share should
acerue to the publie purse.

25. I am well aware that the question of taxation must be closely examined
in relation to the problem of costs of living of individuals and that any sub-
stantial inerease in such costs would result in a lowering of the standards of
living of the majority of the community. Moreover, at the present time the
price level of foodstuffs, to which I shall refer later, is rising which has the
same adverse effect.

26. But I am talking theory and my purpose in referring to this matter
is to suggest that Barbados should avoid the present practice of treating a
tinaneial year, which is an arbitrary period, as if it was an economic unit and
should adopt as soon as is praciicable a long term taxation policy complementary
to a plan of economic and socin| development.

DEVELOPMENT

27. That brings me to the major question of economic and social develop-
ment. In 1946 the Rankine ‘ommittee recommended a sketch plan to provide
a ten year plan of developm:nt and welfare policy. It outlined a programme
veflecting a capital cost of newly $17,000,000 and an ammually recurrent charge
of $720,000 apart from the u.iunal service of any loan raised in respect of the
programme, Of the estimate: capital cost $4,000,000 or roughly 25% was to
be made available to Barbades by the United Kingdom as a free grant

Part of the programme ha, been undertaken and a part of the free grant
‘ias been received, but it is essential in all development plans that there should
he a periodie review of the pri posals, for they must by their very nature keep
abreast with development. [urthermore, as has been found elsewhere, the
term of a plan and its priorities are bound to be affected by circumstances which
‘ould not have been foreseen when the plans were made.

28. It is the question «\ priorities to'which I particularly wish to refer.
‘n twenty five years experien: | have find that the determination of priorities
is a most diffienlt problem, hit there is oae priority which I suggest 4s ineseap-
wble. That is, to ensure the economic development — the development of
production — is given its proper place at the head of the queue, for without the
fulfilment of its purpose, viz. 9 greater national wealth, there can be little hope
f substantial development «/ social services and a higher standard of living
which the community seek.

29. The problem of ecoi »mic development in Barbados is far more difficult
to solve than, say, in a country of 350,000 square miles like Nigeria, but the
Rankine Committee's report “ives some valuable suggestions of possible Jines
of development and | sugges, that the earliest opportunity should be taken to
review those proposals which are directly remunerative in relation to production,

WATER
30, There can be no doubt that the prerequisite to increased production in
Garbadog, or in any country, is water. Its importance in relation to the
sugar industry is well understood, but in fact there can be hardly one aspect of
production, agricultural or industrial, where water is not an essential part.
Chis view has been expresse:| recently much more vividly by no less authority
than thag of the Royal Bank of Canada. In a pamphlet issued by that Bank
recently headed ‘‘Life Depenis on Water’, the final paragraph reads :—
“Conserving water nature’s way is no mean objective. To unriddle
“the subtle aspects of the soil-water-plaut-anima! complex offers the natural
‘sciences an exciting co-operative adventure. To persuade men of the
‘wisdom of co-operation and forward-looking, slighting their immediate
“gain for the good of all, is an objective worthy of the best im the social
“sciences, To deal wisely with the varying ‘needa of agriculture and
““indnstry in the present and for the future: that is a challenge to govern-
“ments worthy of the best that is in them.’

3). The Rankine Committee recognized the priority of water and proposed
a block sum of roughly $2,500,000 for the development of water supplies and
irrigation, but owing to the difhieulty of obtaining a competent water engineer,
there has been much delay in the preparation of a scheme. [ trust that progress
will now be made in what | have termed the prerequisite of development.

_ 32. Next to water I would place the production of food as the second
priority for detailed consideration, but before examining the question of its
develdpment T wish to refer to one aspect — that of subsidization of imported
tood

In the current bndget, at a figure of over $1,100,000, it is the seeond largest
head representing over 13% of the nett total expenditure. It sosts roughly as
much as the total cost of law and order and the administration of Justice, and
more than the total cost of our medical and health services.

















































































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I have endeavoured to satisfy myself I hat Barbados is getting fall
for this expenditure, that this huge expenditure could not be used for ;
but with greater — more on Sau economy uf B
in i meral economie develo :
= “i ae be of subsidization were capitalized, there woulg
able a sum cxtesdiie twenty million dollars for a bold plan of long term lead
ment directed towards a major and general advance in the general egg
Barbados. On the other hand, the withdrawal of subsidization Would rep
an added cost to the community of less than ten cents per head per week »
be a hardship to certain people. However, it is a matter, | suggest gue
should not be rejected out of hand, and is deserving of further conside
93. The cost of living index with a base of 100 in September, 1
a peak of 236 at the end of 1948, but fell during 1949 to an average of
February of this year it increased by two points to 230 and will donk
further in the months ahead. Mueh of that increase will be related to j
food. There are, of course, certain foods which do not grow here, such ag
but we should be satisfied that as far as is possible this Tsland is self gq
in relation to its food requirements. I understand there has been an a
in ‘‘real’’ wages in recent years which naturally increases the general :
ing power, but if there is not a similar advance in the produetion of fonds
prices will rise and the benefit to the consumer will be lost. If my informs:
is correct that the supply does not meet the demand and that food prig
unduly high and threaten to rise further, is it not essential to intenait
development of fisheries, of livestock and of food ground crops geney
as to endeavour to obtain some stability in food prices? a
34. I am informed that in the fishing season, the fishermen Jj
catches, for, as one said to me, to bring in more than he could sell
“‘*humbug.”’ Is it quite impracticable for private enterprize to find a gg
whereby a greater quantity of fish could be purehased at fair ppigas ad
refrigerated for later consumption when the demand exceeds the s n
if such a scheme is found to be uneconomic, which T doubt, is there anye
reason why there shonld not be government participation in one fe
er?
‘tee weeks ago, I learned there was a glut of carrots and that
ducer invited all and sundry to help themselves. There must havo heap;
considerable waste which might have been avoided — if “arrots, as may |
vegetables, can be kept in cold storage. ee >
We are spending over $500,000 a year on subsidizing salted fish ang
pork. Could not that money be invested here tn Barbados for the betiel
Barbadians? The quick answer [ have been given is that it probably og
but the ultimate price to the consumer may be higher. 4
35. Much is being done to encourage the development of j
holdings in relation to the growing of vegetables, but | believe there are
economie possibilities in relation to co-operative irrigated holdings
which are being presently considered. Elsewhere they have been g
and it may be money well invested to give it a trial here by adopt
two small pilot schemes on Crown land te be operated by the Depai
Agriculttre to cover, say, sixteen to twenty families in relation to twelyy
fifteen acres each holding being fitted out with a permanent automa
head irrigation system based on a central pumping station. p
36. TI realise that some of these ideas may be nebulous, but I feel th
relation to present conditions and potential development it would be wi
review thoroughly every angle of food production, of marketing and of

bution.
TOURIST INDUSTRY

37. In turning to the question of secondary industries, may I
briefly with the second largest industry in the Island, the tourist i
First, I should disclose that L approach this question with prejudite, |
have experienced its undoubted benefits to the general economy of f re
one country. ig

With those who object in principle to a tourist industry I haye
understanding, for the Britisn are an insular race, but if we are assured
a developed tourist industry can strengthen the general economy of this!
without raising the costs of living, then we should sink our personal f
and accept what appears to be inevitable, i.e. an increasing number off
wishing to visit this Island. i

38. My thesis is that in present cireumstances the successful develo
of the tourist industry depends on the general development of Barbadds
cannot be undertaken in isolation. It depends to some extent on the dey
ment of water and of food, on transport facilities, on hotel facilitig
training of servants, on the availability of skilled and semi-skilled
the development of local handicrafts, on recreational facilities, and mange
factors. If all those things are taken care of in the general developme it
then a tourist industry should thrive, but it may be necessary for @
to assist in one or_more ways to which T shall refer later,

SECONDARY INDUSTRIES
39. The development of secondary industries is a phrase whieh |
very easily to the lips, but, as I have found from personal experience, 134
difficult to implement unless a bold policy is adopted. a
[ suggest the first point to be settled is whether direct or indirect 01
ment assistance is required to induce private enterprise — whether OL
or overseas — whether a major company or a small partnership, or. vel
individual to undertake new industrial ventures in this Island, and iff
extent of such assistance. a
40. I propose to explain vriefly the policy adopted elsewhere
leave others to judge if it could and should be applied here in Barb os,
plan was divided into two categories, viz. capital and recurrent. A vere
sum was hypotheeated from the General Revenue Balance and was mal
able for loans to private enterprise. That sum was divided into two A
parts. The major portion was to be devoted to major scheiies and the remal
was allocated to an indepéndent Revolving Fund to cover minor
industrial development in relation to small partnerships and individuals
A s regards recurrent assistance, it took the form, when adopted, of
nore of the following :— a
(a) interest free loans for a term of years;
(b) deferred repayments of principal;
(¢) remission of import duties on capital equipment peed
imdustry ; a
(d) easing of income tax rates in the first years of the undertam
(e) special depreciation allowances in relation to partieular iat
41. I would like to explain in further detail the Revolving Fund 10)
1 have referred. earlier for I am a great believer in the development of
anits. Tf I had to choose between one scheme cost ing $100,000 and fifty 8
each costing $2,000, 1 should preter the latter, \
_ A committee was appointed to control the funds allocated and ten
‘ations were invited setting out the type of production proposed, the 6
of the applicant and the many other factors necessary to test the sou
‘ne proposer and the proposal, Many were rejected at first sight, the
hetng investigated and finally decisions were taken by the Committe. 24
The small partnership ov individual seldom has first class security,’
‘tid not find that our bad debts were disproportionately high. Natu
"isks were taken, but I snegest a refusal fo take risks is a sign of @
insolveney. “
42. I have mentioned in relation to thé tourist industry the neces
develop the handicrafts of Barbados, A very large part of tourist @
is directed towards the purchase of items having a special iskand int
hope I shall offend nobody when [ say that the standard of workm
the appearance and the finish of many of ‘the local articles leave ¢
:oom for improvement. In fact, it is alleged that large quantities of
have to be imported from Jamaica for sale to tourists to Barbados.
It may be well worth while for this Government to invest a f
dollars in developing the field and improving the standard of local handies
43. One other aspect of the development of secondary industries #
mentioned and that is the urgent necessity for the adoption of some.s¢
technical education.in the Island, There isa report on the matter 4
't could appropriately be brought into a plan of economic developm

1 have referred,
DEEP WATER HARBOUR J

44. It is not possible to leave out of consideration in a plan of ¢
development the proposals made over manv decades for the establ
deep water harbour for Barbados. While undoubtedly tt is a ‘cross #
ef industry and should not be considered in isolation, ¥ts financial i
demand the closest attention.

I do not propose to express a conclusion on the fivancial aspects 208%
naturally the figures in the report of Sir Douglas Rikchie are now oub®
and require revision which doubtless will reflect modif cations both hemes
adverse to the economics of the proposal. But méy point in meni
sroject today is to invite attention to two major cofisiderations,



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First, we must keep in mind that the progressive implementation &
economic development plan to whieh T have referred should itself
prosperity and so far as is possible we should eudesavour to measure ie &&

revenue advance arising from

veighing in the consideration of th harbour proposals ,

Secondly, weight should be given to the pote ntial adverse effect on #2 P '

if deep water harbour facilities are not protvided. \ithough nob a4

parallel, there are many ports on the West Cost of Africa and elsewhere ®
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its implementation and give it the 9PF


















| wepNESDAS

WASHINGTON, April 25.

fi years aco re mrishi } : ? * . . wi: hee’
ean Navy Secretary Fran-|;.;),) ies wert rept but today are deserted for the reason that they Reserve F und, of the Public Buildings Insurar
Amer ws, on behalf of Presi- a ae a: “Pp up with modern requirements. The townships which the ports Renewal Fund in the development of Barbados.
4 ss upporter 10 longer avi Mh. : . z
jae Mqruman, today awarded the Se jn longer exist. That is unlikely to happen to Bridgetown, for our ! A
Distinguished 4p Sera trace will flow without a harbour although, perhaps, far less efficiently and. reviewed. : ; :
? ter ast lost in the shertsore; more costly. At one time Barbados was the centre of entrepot trade mic schemes, a loan issue in my opbuion would be more likely to attract ¢ub-
the ayo in the Caribbean, but to recover that trade —- if it is still possible — a aodern seribers and to obtain reasonable rates of bo
, peaations sent to the relatives} arbour would be required. : . a if necessary, pending the issue of a loan couk

country

APRIL 26,""1950



|| p.F.C. For 10

a. missing men had
: me Tauered tasks with
and skill on a peacetime
* and had rendered “out-
service to the Navy and

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SOCIAL SERVICES—CAPITAL

dealt With a programme for eapital expe
here is provision in the current budget
Doubtless

_ +5. I have not «
tO social services,

nearly $400,000,

i e those proposals will be rev
} Truman yesterday | light of the fiscal survey now bei . i

~ president t : ¥ now being undertaken and w
Hugened a resolution authorising} of a bold economi 4 : a Re









- f which had been pilot-
rough Congress to the White

|

; thin five days.
“Tt.

both
. sentatives.
F of Repre —Reuter.

| in '
Yesterday
COUNCIL

the Legislative Council
Gover:

ock who has resigned.

ji for five years.
DOCUMENTS

unanimous approval
the Senate and the

The Legislature

E met
. Message was received from
: telling of his appointment
J. D. Chandler as President
Council in place of the Hon'ble

Message told of the appoint-
Mr, J. A. Mahon by H.M. Gov-
to serve as a member of the

Documents laid were the Annual Re-
-of the Department of Science and

oe for the year 1948—49; th

ie
Government Bacteriological
meine: < | Laboratory for the year

tation for the
gt August, 1949:
"Me Marks Rules, 1949

Jetter from Lady Hutson was read

of the Department of
period Ist April, 1948—

Quarterly Return of
Rum to 3ist March, 1950,

ing thanks for the Resolution of
thy sent her by the Council as

I

G. D, L, Pile presented a Peti-
to the Council on behalf of the
siety of the Proprogation of the Gospel
m parts, under the common seal
Society and of the Hon'ble the

and the Rector of the parish
it, John, asking the Council to assent
the passing of an Act vesting certain

the death of her husband Sir
Hutson, a former President of the













le development. plan,

SUMMARY

‘ left many blanks, possibl
mcorrect assumptions, but as regards: my
there is room for doubt, and that is, unless
substantially, she cannot go forward an¢
the mass of the people which is the
merease her 1
be possible




Barbados can develo
_and improve
ann of eve
‘evenues she must increase her
only within a sound programme
As regards the financing of a de
would be no difficulty in obtainin
the appropriation of the une
Kingdom to any major e
source would be the
tion might be given

production and I








xpended balance of

conomie project such as water developm
General Revenue Balance.
to investing on a loan basis part,

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Addresses And Questions

IN THE HOUSE

Mr. Bryan gave notice of the! Price Stabilisation

K : rt and Welfare) 9 (1) A scheme for life Insur-
sorte eon ceases, Yesterday. an 1947 's too small for the pur- Te Government aware ance and free life saving
to draw to the eitetlon: | Your! a ie preci 1s to be devoted, | that many elementary school pro- devices for fishermen.

Excellency the Governor that| funds, a ee ducts are leaving school without} This Address was: passed by

oo is in existence certain maps
and surveyor’s plans, showing a] lency to make repres ions

‘ a ne} é presentations t
Public Road along the sea-shore| His Majesty’s Principal Beeretary
leading from Lower Fontabelle, | of State e

The House request Your Excel-

n for the colonies for a
Land’s End, Old Burial Ground, | re-allocation of the amounts pro-
Goodland, Brighton, Spring Gar-| vided for these funds so as to

den, Danesbury, Walmer Lodge, |
The Fort, Bats Rock and Prospect |
where the above road joined the

provide for an increase in I

sabour
We'fare. oa

| si
buildings in St. John in the| Black Rock Road. | Thee’; Howse ) of ame the Rector of St. John, and The House of Assembly | respectfully request Your Meek.
Tespective successors in office. respectfully ask that Your Excel-| lency to send down legislation in
} HOUSE lency take immediate steps to} the near future (1) providing for
send to the House legislation security of tenure for employees
MIRIY-FIVE Addresses, eleven pilis,! having for its object, (1) the| in all branches of industry, com-
ht of which are Government, ten! Yepairing, and (2) the restoring} Merce and other businesses in

e and two resolutions were given. | i





Adams laid the following:—
Report the it of

t on the Government Bacteriolo-
Pathological Laboratory for


























1950
Department of Educa-
the period Ist April, .1948 +o

1949.

Marks Rules, 1949
notices were given:—
tg pn to make it

ition to sanction
entitled “The
lise Marks Rules, 1949’ made by
fer on the Ist April, 1950, un-
the arraons of the Merchandise

: Bill to amend the De-
of Science and Agriculture Act,

: Bill to amend the Pxecu-
Saat tena ine mu
AS amend the Public
Pension

«08; Bill for promoting the cul-
trees and for purposes in con-
therewith.
Adams: Bill to provide for the
nt of a pension to Douglas Arden
» Manager of the Pea-
oan Bank in this Island.
Adams; Bill to mitborise the Gov-
axecutiv ‘ommittee to let
Government lands to the Gov-
Body of Combermere School.

* Bill to amend the, Widows

Pension Act, 1928.

Notice of a Bill to amend
Act 1911.

forks
land in

fc : Bill to vest
ety St. John for Knéw-

rs

ir. Bill to incorporate the
ba ne Movement

, Garner gave notices of addresses
to persons returning tc Afric»

- Banks, ‘ti
‘in hotels, clubs etc., scholarships
é at Queen's College, Expansion
; in schools and seat-
on for visitors to the

two were rend a first time.
assistance in scr imi -
Payment for Enquiry
bo distribution ~ of
negro
ly Chambe
» Miller gave notices of addresses

connection with Standpipes’ in St.
#®, Nationalization of the Radio




, tion of insecticides; natural
erection of a Broadcasting

siavan gave notices of addresses
fo an Insurance Scheme by
ty Co oreaa’s Sen
$ sory ag ion;
; the repair of the Public
n@ the sea-shore from Lower
mith ie notice ot ddrer

‘ ice of an a is
n St paving 8 telephone at Tent

and the





eas

vm








R *r gave notice of address-
Be Weigninc, of Guminal Ap-

0! ie.
there notice by RA









fave notice of Addresses

to an Em
ob y ital in
ny Land owned ‘by hantine pro-
acreage of land in the island
for agricultural

Pension scheme
uki tabled a question in

Mm with monies raised upder the

an tabled Guestions Kelstive to
ving ices
Servan'

questions sate, to
People wor over
week; Age Grouping in

VIM
cleans everything

smoothly and
speedily!

See how much quicker and smoother
Vim cleans. Just a shake, a quick,
easy rub—and surfaces are bright
and gleaming!
pans, woodwork, tiles, for all
your cleaning, use Vim for
ease and speed!



i y when the House of
iy its first meeting yester-

and Agriculture for the year

of Transactions in

d the
ioe ~
extension of water main |
the Water supplied to com-

; ment Officer to Canada

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to the Public the use of the said} this island similar to that which

Road obtains for public employees (2)
* * * oe it iMegal for any person

to be refused employment because

The House of Assembly| of race, creed or political opinion.

respectfully ask Your Excellency
to send down legislation to the .
House to provide for the estab -
lishment of a purchasing depot
for Home Industries and Handi-
crafts and for sale of same,

The House of Assembly also
ask that Your Excellency make
provision for sending a Govern-
or the
U.S.A. for the purpose of explor-
ing markets for home and cottage

» *

The House would draw to the
attention of Your Excellency that
there are many workers who
draw sub-standard Wages in this
colony, and whose plight has
become worse since the increased
cost of living.

The House request Your Excel-
lency to send down legislation

industiies providing for a minimum wage

4, o e for employees sufficient to ensure

The asa of Assembly them a reasonable standard of
respectfully ask Your Excellency living.

Mr, R. G. Mapp gave notice of
four questions when the House
of Assembly met yesterday.

to send down legislation (1) That
the Insurance Scheme under the
Workmen’s Compensation Act be T cee
taken over and operated by the he questions AEG!
Government. (2) That a scheme] .!- How many wor kers BrP E>
for third party insurance be put| Ployed in the construction of the
into operation, new runway at Seawell?
% 2. Have they all deen recruit-

The House of Assembly|@d through the Labour Depart-
respectfully ask that Your Excel-| ment? rote
leney send to the House legisla-| 3, If the answer to (2) is “No”,
tion to provide for (1) a scheme| Will the Government say how
for compulosry education (2) a} many of these have been so re-
free daily hot meal and two suits| cruited?— ,
per year for each pupil who| 4. Is it a fact that there is dis-
attends an elementary school, and| crimination in the wages paid to
who is in need of same. workers and in favour of workers

% * * from outside the colony?

5. Is it a fact that workers em-
ployed at this runway have been
forced to work for longer hours
than eight hours daily without
overtime pay?

6, If the answers to four and
tive are in the affirmative, will the
Government take steps to put an
end to such conditions?

1, Is the Government aware
that there are workers in private
employment in the island who

*

Mr. Mapp gave notice of the
following Addresses: —

The House view with concern
the extent to which this colony
depends on imported commodities,
many of which can be produced
locally in greater quantities.

2. The House request Your
Excellency to investigate in the
near future the possibilities of
correcting this defect in the
island’s economy by the promo-
tion of a wider diversification of
locally grown crops and the
establishment of small industries
to process such products.



over per week?
2. Is the Government aware
that the nature of eee aay
3. The House further request] of these, such as drivers of vehicles,
Your Excellency, as a means to-| #$ such that their en en
wards that end, and towards the prs, oad such conditions o.
better distribution of land, to} ployment? , ai
further investigate means of divi-| 3. Will the Government take
ding on a_ co-operative basis steps to institute a 44 hour week
among persons of local descent} for all workers in this colony? mT
all land owned by absentee pro-| 1. Is it a fact that two girls,
prietors and of ensuring that| Students of Queen’s College, ap-
cash crops other than cane are) Plied for permission to study sci-
produced on such co-operative} ence at Harrison College with a
holdings. view to taking this subject in the
* Higher Certificate meee ont
The House respectfully request; 2. Is it a fact that one girl was
Your imamaear in view of the} given and the other was refused
unemployment situation in this such permission?
colony and that which faces} 3, Is it a fact that the latter
employees in the sugar industry| Showed more scholastic promise
during the out-of-crop season, to| than the former? ei
investigate |1) the effects of} 4 What method of selection
mechanization in the industry on, obtained in this case and what con-
employment in it; (2) What steps| siderations led to this preference?
should be taken to minimise the} 1. Is the Government aware
ill effects which mechanization| that it is the trend of opinion
has caused. among Elementary School teach-
* * ers that the riage ed set ~ a
he House are of the opinion] the successful working of the
that the amount allocated to the’ system of Age-Grouping is inade-
Labour Welfare Fund under the quate for that purpose? ia
Sugar Industry (Rehabilitation, 2, Is the Government aware

*



For pots and



a background, I hope,

46... I have: endeavours +e : ; :
Rea _ endeavoured to indicate lines of thought in relation to the
: i Sr economle problems of Barbados as I see them after 4 aianaet en

ence. lave

Yy accepted false premises, or made
main proposition I do not consider

the standards of living of
ry progressive government.

of economic development.

velopment programme, 1 believe there
g the approval of the Secretary of State to
the grant from the United

I suggest also that considera-
| repeat part, of the

work for as long as 60 hours and !








{ i b e t i i

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



Opens 1950-51 Legislative Session |

Agents and the local issue of Treasury Bills for this purpose should also be

considered,

GENERAL

nditure related
amounting to

; , your consideration in this Session.
lewed in the

l have

matters tM® proposals for
British Caribbean.
its work and the draft bills are now
ments conéerned,

the establishment of a Public Utilities Boar
being prepared.
p her economy

To charity more needed than to-day.

believe this to

ent. A second ane :
49. T now declare the Legislative Session
of Almighty God in your deliberations.



| that these teachers, already too Pital in the parish of St.

small in number to deal effective-, Other parishes. ;

}ly with the several groups of|_ Mr. Bryan gave notice of the
;children .in their charge, are| following questions:—

further hampered by an experi- What steps, if any. have been
mental syllabus that js consider-| taken by Government to imple-
ed overcrowded and in some cases| Ment the following addresses’

John and |

adequate knowledge of the basic| this House on 21st June, 1949:





Finally, the question of local and overseas borrowing would have to be
lf the programme of development is weighed in relation to econo-

47. As I said on opening, there will be some important legislation for

proposals and I should mention in a speech directed to financial and economic
a Unified Curreney for the Eastern Group of the
I understand the Preparatory Committee
being presented to each of the Govern-

I should mention also that Executive Committee has approved in principle

48. I will not detain you longer except to refer briefly to one further
aspect of development-——investment in goodwill.



PAGE SEVEN
:



Stiff joints? Aches? Sprains?

Just apply Sloan’s Liniment lightly
and —

» Water Boats

sat

vce Fund and of the



rrowing. Temporary borrowing,
| be obtained through the Grown




You will feel Sloan’s doing you |
good at once. It acts quickly —
soothes and comforts and drives
out all inflammation, :

LOOK FOR THE PICTURE OF DR. SLOAN OW THE PACKET..

referred to the Customs Union

has completed



d for which draft legislation is

From all chemists and stores.

Never were faith, hope and



Charity in our view of the errors of the
past; hope in our future; and faith in ourselves and others. Mm
people of Barbados—whether by birth or by adoption or by residence—-to come AB
closer together in friendly co-operation and mutual understanding J am not
vnmindful of the difficulties, but I believe that practical “‘goodwill to men’’
can remove mountains of misunderstandings and,
consciousness of having at least served your country well.

In asking the

.

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if applied, one has the

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Directed

Against Isreal
In Middle East



the only pen

with the



; ‘ }; fo |

3 Rs, and totally unfitted for the} (2) A system of yraduated j ere
sdecaninie te good citizenship? _ Liquor Licenses. _ TEL-A-VIV, April 25. Qa q

Is the Government pre-| This Address was passe:l by Israel charged to-day that YU |)
pared to investigate the working} this House on 20th September Britain was encouraging “an m /
of the elementary schools with a} 1949. explosive situation in the Middle
view to ‘ascertaining the wisdom| What progress has been made] East” by supplying arms tu Arab ZY
of perpetuating the system of age-| in connection with the Address states while maintaining an em- 4 ,
grouping and continuing such} Passed by this House on 16th] bargo against Israel.
experimentation in the syllabus} August, 1949, re loaus for Gov- The spokesman said that the

ernment employees for (a) the
purehase/building of horues; and
(b) vacational travel abroad?

1. Is Government aware that
there is.a great wave of disap-

before the pre-requisites of better
staffing, accommodation and
equipment are provided?

* * *

Mr. Allder gave notice of the

following Addresses: — pointment and dissatistaction
among the General Pubiic ocea-
The House of Assembly sioned by Government's deiay in

respectfully request Your BExcel-
lency to send down legislation
making provision for a pension
scheme for Agricultural workers

taking steps to set up a Rent Re-
striction Board as requested in an
address passed by this House in
July 1947?

and British equipped armies are

exclusively against Israel”.

ling truculence
the recent Arab League meeting,
the

“process by which British trained



LO.

THE MOST PERFECT PEN in the world has
for long been the Parker “51”, Now
comes the new Parker “$1"", with the re-
volutionary new Aero-metric Ink System,
the greatest ever devised,

The Aero-metric Ink System is a wholly
new, scientific method of drawing in,

once more being built up round
Israel’s borders is accompanied
by an arms embargo directed NEW FEATURES
NEW PRECISION

This British policy of encourag-
was evident NEW beauty

at

spokesman added, and was

who have become incapacitated 2. If the answer is in the affirm-|Taising tension in the Middle Storing, safeguarding and releasing ink,
as a result of ill health, other} ative, will Government take im-] Kast. to give the most satisfactory pen per-
than that covered under the mediate steps to remedy same by “Britain cannot evade respon- formance ever known,

Workmen's Compensation Act. the necessary legislation?
* * *

C



The House of Assembly view
with much concern the difficult
land situation taking place in this

Police Crumple



sibility for a policy which is so

situation”.

Once you have handled this beautiful
pen, enjoyed its gliding action, you’il long
to own one , . . and give one, too, as a
special present!



lamaging to an already brittle

@ NEW FOTO-PILL FILLER
Of yesterday’s House of Com-

colony. And with the desire to ae a mens statement by Foreign Af- : veo Hevenee meres This pen alone is designed for satis-
encourage a larger Peasant Pro- Before Invalids fairs Under Secretary Ernest . s factory use with Parker Superchrome—
prietorship, respectfully request j | Davies that Britain was honour- © NEW VISIBLE INK SUPPLY the super-brilliant, s rmanent
Your Excellency to send down PARIS, April 25, cs S ae acer arms Bes pos en dey
legislation immediately proh‘bit- About 1,000 disabled French | 98 agreements by es — and 4 other great advances writing ink,
ing the purchasing of more than ex-servicemen, many of them to Arab states—-the Israel spokes- 2
one (1) acre of land in this} hobbling along on crutches, today | â„¢4n remarked; -workds most wanted pon
Island by persons other than stopped traffic along the Quay a oe a ir bers
Barbadians, Dorsay on their way to the Na-| “One does not need num or STG ,, Oth» tnk.
* ° . tional Assembly to protest for an}! heavy bombers, jet fighters, —-W Ly wel
The House of Assembly desire} adjustment of their pensions. heavy tanks and warships fot

to set up a system for the redis-
tribution of the landed areas in
this-colony among the local pop-
ulation. And as a step towards
this end, respectfully request
Your. Excellency to send down
legislation immediately making
provision for the purchasing and
taking over of all Estates in this
Island owned by absentee pro-
prietors.

Police reinforcements standing | {
shoulder to shoulder across the
road outside the National Assem-
bly crumpled as men in invalid
chairs bore down upon them, No
incidents took place.

A 12-man delegation was re-
ceived by the Speaker of the As-
sembly, Edouard Herriot. They
said, after the meeting, that they
had better hope now for an eight
per cent increase in their pen-
sions. Following several earlier
| demonstrations, the veterans have

*

The House respectfully request

Your Excellency to send down! ajready obtained an 18 per cent
legislation to provide for the set-| jncrease in recent months. |
ting up of an Emergency Hos- —Reuter.



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Doctors test
“Palmolive Beauty Plan”

-PROVE 2 WOMEN OUT OF 3
CAN HAVE LOVELZER SKIN



Thirty - nine doctors — including
leading skin specialists — have now
completed 14-day tests of the
“Palmolive Beauty Plan” on 1,384
women: women of all ages: with
every type of skin. They report a
definite noticeable improvement in
the complexions of 2 women out of 3.
(Supported by signed statements by
the women themselves.)
Particular improvements
observed were:—

You, too, can expect those skin improvements—in only 14 days

If you want a complexion every man admires — and every woman ervies — start the
* Palmolive Beauty Pian ” now ! It’s so simple, This is all you do :—

Wash your face with Palmolive Soap, ; a *

1
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one full minute.

3 Rinse. a* :

Do this for 14 days. And you will {prove — as the doctors
proved — that, if you keep your skin cleansed by
Palmolive’s beautifying olive oil lather, you will



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Pan the 13th April Age 76

pomure "C. LYNDSAY HUTSON

‘al. His funeral

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have
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unless




Turner’s ‘Hall
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At

—
WERT, yesterday at the

Chelston ;
to-day at 4.15 p.m.
Cemetery. Friends |

firs. E. Bow-
rs. E. Grif- | gallery
26.4.50-—fn | The

Morris (wife), Anita, Monica, |
(

DALLAS, of McClean |
Cross Roads, wife of:
. The funeral

AGNES KETRUAH
fupare
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4.30 this afternoon

Philip's Parish Church. . Friends



Bruce and Evans
Callender

. family.
pany snd “other . 26.4.50



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ridden,
with two extra tyres
& Taylore
21.4.50—7n Michael.

one 1936 Chevrolet Saloon Car

¢ tion. Always owner
n perfect condi Rock. Dial 2838
fiven. Apply: C. A. 23.4.50—4n

Saloon owner
eee eat condition, Cole | Radio, Telephone, also good seabathing
Pers 22.4.50—4n.



LTD. Dial






lard Radios — 5 Tubes:
nged. Dial 4595: Lashley’s

R — Westinghouse Re-
Ee (In good working
Roebuck



22.4.50—2n.,



8 Tube Radio 6 V.
DIO—Marconi fe Dr.
26.4.50—2n.

Alpine Goat giving
hom #10 pts. Apply to C. O. Lewis
nts, Christ Ch

23.4,.50—3n

0 t Office Posture Chairs.
to give
ost maximum comfort;
ih cs T. GEDDES

For the latest in Ac-
FEATHERS,
and
LVET RIBBONS. Shop at the MO-

For
Contains

85: for good con-
nC. F Harrisons &

oil, grease andi tar stains with-

23.4. 50-—-0n

‘These
alanced blend
contains





e of 150 pints
spection, apply Teddy

25.4.50—3n

OOR POLISHERS—A few Jormages
3878.

& Co., Ltd. Electrical Dept.

¥ PAINTS— dram Henderson
: ae Sun Prooti

YSTO White and colours, special
mpers Paints $6.84 gin.

25.4,.50—1l3n

ft.
Atr,
ond Gap, St. Michael. Tel one

1545040.

BULBS -. Variety of 4
received from Holland.

21.4.50—7n
Two Ply Genuine

Hose at special low
BO feck. Buy yours

RICAN LUNCH
for
They are attractive,

reat are just the right
c Y 83 cents each. G
co. LTD. Dial
23.4,.50—3n.



Gloss
Come and get
Ltd

25.4,50—13n

READED TRUCK TYRES—6.50 x
.25..32 x 6: $37.47. 34 x 7: $46.90.

20.4,.50—t.f.n.
RD CHANGERS—Another lot of

Dial
Lid. Bilectrical



design.

cently overhauled &
Waicott “Woodville
25 .4.50—3n

are hereby warned against
wt to my wife WINIFRED
{nee Lowe) as I do not hold
or anyone
any debt or debts in

a written order
a by me ty
Signed CHARLES GREAVES,

choice of
becomes Lounge-Dining room, Outside,
Servants Quarters, Toilet and Bath,

25.4.50—2n



26.681950





FOR RENT





26.4.50—1n.| HOUSES

APARTMENT —

At Coombe Hous
will! White Park, to an approved tenane
Dial 4506. 25.4.50—1n

ATHLONE—On
ist May 1950. Contain,
of which has 3
wash basin, dining roo

rooms,
{1) down stairs with 1 bedroom
further particulars 2696. =

—__—______.
HOUSE—Little

on sea, unfurnished, 3 bedrooms, etc.
No dogs. Apply to Miss Bayley,
Marathon, St. Lawrence. Dial 8144.

26.4.50—In

ee

RESIDENCE of Mr. P. Cc. S. Maffei

A _beautif al imposing building over-

looking Rockley Bay next to the in.
tended site of Blue Waters Hotel.

constructed.

with

apply to owner,
4 p.m,

SHOP—Situated in Arch Hall, s

Thomas. For further a y
to Mes) We Particulars apply

-_—_—_—————

RANDAL COURT—Worthings 3 large
bedrooms. Telephone 3772 between 8.20
am. and 4.00 p.m. 25.4.50—6n



THE BUNGALOW—Max wells,

Christ
Church. 4 Bedrooms, Water,

Light.
For month of May.

Wilkinson,
Hill

Apply to Mrs, J. H
Erin Hall, Bishops Court
° a 26.4,50—3n,

PUBLIC SALES

ee
AUCTION

By instructions received I will











offer

hed sale a ae Ist May on, the

premises a Or HALL VILLAGE,

ST. THOMAS 10 perches of land with

a wall building at present used as a

club eom—which can easily be con-
ver inte a nice r . a

CARE, esidence, TERMS
R. ARCHER McKENZIE,

Dial 2947, Auctioneer,



26.4.50—5n,
I will offer for sale by Public ¢ on
petition on FRIDAY 28th. at 2
at my tice VICTORIA STREET, 6966
square feet of land at BRITTONS
CROSS ROAD, ST. MICHAEL. The
land has an excellent view of the
Hatbour. ba ‘pepection and condi-
ions of sale: pply to BR. ARCHER
Mc KENZIE. Dial 2947,
23.4.50-—5n.

AUCTION SALE OF HOUSE called
Merton, situate at Bay Street which was
set up for sale on Thursday last was
postponed and will take place "|



Com-
p.m

Wednesday next 26th instead.
It will be sold to the highest bidder.
Terms cash,
D'ARCY A. SCOTT.

22.4.50—4n.
instructed by Mrs
Edith O'’Neale to sell by auction on
Tnursday next the 27th of April at one



o'clock her chattel house at Dayrells
Road, which consists of gallery, draw-
ing room, (2) bedrooms, kitchen, toilet

and pailings, which must be removed
Together with her entire lot of house-
hold furniture which includes, two (2
single bedsteads with mattresses, one (1)
pair mahogany chairs, one (1) mahogany
chest, one (1) mahogany table, one (1)















mahogany rocker, one (1) mahogany
dressing table, a stove, mirror, ani
many other items of interest. Terms
cash, oo

D'ARCY A. SCOTT.
21,4.50—5n

I HAVE BEEN instructed to set up

for sale by public competition at the
Cosmopolition Garage, Magazine Lane on
Friday April 28th at 2 p.m everal cars
including one (1) Standard f& ‘
V-8 Ford, one (1) Austin
Paeraeuth, one (1) Chevrole
master; also one Chevrolet Truck,
model

D'ARCY A. SCOTT.
21.4.50—5n

UE EEEEEEene

REAL ESTATE

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-- ‘On

“LEIGHTON”. — Situate in Passage
Road, St... Michael, standings on 6,870
square feet of ‘land.

The house -is* built of stone and. con-
teins 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)
Letween 10 a:m: and/5'p'm

The above (will be* set up for. sale to

Public e Competition’at\ our Office in

Lucas Si , Bridgetown’ on Friday
the 5th y¥ 1950 ‘at'2'p im:

CARRINGTON | &» SEALY

Solicitors.

23.4.50—12n



We will set’ up'for sale at public com-
petition at our Office 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 pren,!ses.

For further particulars, avd Condt-
tions of Sale, apply to the un iersigned:

COTTLE, CATFORD, & CO
13.4.50—10n





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

, mvs
20,.4.50—6n .



EVERTON
Situated on Top Rack, Christ Church
(Next to Yeovilton) on roughly
Acre. A delightful new modern Resi-
dence, having three Bedrooms, 4 large
lounge, Dining room, modern kitchen,
Two fully tiled Bath and
a fourth bedroom if Lounge

Garage. Price £4,500 or
aatia ee further particulars apply:

Hardwood Alley.
25. ’





The handy littl PORTA.
BLE Ovens for use overt

a Gas Boiling Ring
Even if you have a big oven
They’re useful when you don't
want to light up a big oven jus
for that individual dish. :
$5.52
Ges

The Price
See
room.

them at your Show

THEY'RE HERE!



aoe







f

and garage. hon,
Gf Cisse, Fone Payer
——
BUNGALOW,

Snes eis
Hamilton, St. Lawrence,

C/o Advocate Co.
PUBLIC NOTICES

| Bridgetown, on or before the 31st day of





BARBADOS

ar

SSIFIED ADS.

a

HARBOUR L0G

IN CARLISLE BAY



SSS ed

teach
Subjects.
Salary, on Government Scale accord-
ing to qualifications and experience
Applications Stating qualifications and
experience and subjects offered, should

Tern II,

S.S. Seabreeze, Sch.

Gordon, Sch.

WANTED

reach the Headmistress not iater thar | May 3ist. 21.4.50—6n | S-S. Canadian Cruiser, S.S. Queen Ann,
IR ee meee | M.V. Daerwood. S.S. Johilla, Sch.

Alexandrina R., Sch. Freedom Fleary

ARRIY.
Schooner Emeline, 7:
Clarke, from British Guiana;
Schooner Owners” Association.
HOVMEDIATELY pad at a 4 weeks

Kingsley Club

Batisheba, Applications in writing.
22.4.50—6n

eens

MESSENGER — An energetic office
mi (Male) for usual office work.
Must be clean, neat and willing to work.
Apply in person with letter of recom-
fuendation to The Central Auction Murt,
Magazine Lane. *°26.4.50—2n.

Monroe & Co., Ltd.
S.S. Bonaire, 1,857 tons net,

Son & Co., Ltd
M.V. Gold Ranger, 1,506
Capt. Parker, from Grenada; (Admiralty)

Capt. Marshall, for

¥ Lad . Arriv: S.S. Bonaire—f. Dover:
see Pe y fe or ae ee by Bi a Soneie: rom
SCOTT & Co., Ltd. 25.4.50—t.f.n
MISCELLANEOUS In Touch With Barbados
p-enicare cee Coast Station

TYPING

done at home—Apply Box AA
25.

-4,.50—3n



se hey nn they can now
w t following
Porbados Coast
s.s.
LL, ) | 5 S. Jane Stove, S.S. Silvertenk, S'S.
Argentina, s.s.
Telamon, S.S. Rio

s.S.
Beresina, S.S.
Del “Mar, sé
Altuge, S.S. Nueva Andalucia,
Edva R. D. Greig,
Rufina, S.S. Haakonhauan,

liamsburg, S.S. , S.S. Vardef-
money making opportunity jell, S.S. Lugano,

cian, S.S. Sunvalley, §.S. Gold Ranger,
5S. Uruguay, S.S. Esso Guatemala

Lauritis Swenson,

HARRISON COLLEGE

h Sunwhit, S.S. Calliroy, S.S._ Imperi
thes next Toronto, S.S. Alicia, S.S. Cleveland,

S.S. Monica.

Seawell

ARRIVALS—By B.W.I.A.L.
From ANTIGUA: Alfred Baisley.

From

term at Harrison College
will begin on Tuesday the 2nd May, 1950,
8.20 a.m., and the school will be in
Session for the entire day.
__D. E. M. MALONE,
Secretary, Governing Body,

Harrison College.
Department of Education,

24th April, 1950. “
26.4.50—2n

QUEEN’S COLLEGE

The next term at Queen’s College will
begin on Tuesday the 2nu May, 1950, a*
9.20 a.m., and the school will: be ing
session forthe entire day.

D, E..M.~ MALONE,
Secretary, Governing | Body,



Mendes, Kenneth Taylor. -
DEPARTURES—By B.W.E.AL.

Vernon Millar, John M
Rarrera
Olive Spence, FitzAllan Cutting, Yvonne

saneet con tae ie Legall, Aloma coer,
n’s" College. | Fann’ \Legall, Hu) Wooding, Cc,
Department of Education, Flonence Hirt, a Camps, Ruthner

24th April, 1950. Murray, H.' Kugler, E. Scott. ®
26.4.50—2n For . BRITISH GUIANA: Leonilda



NOTICE

PARISH OF ST, PET¢R
Wanted by the Poo: ‘aw. Guardians
for the Almshouse a fully qual‘ed Nurse
capable of taking charge of }lidwifery

Ryan, Grace. Tudor, John



cases. Barbados Friendly
Salary $55.00 per month. trae
Applicants must . present _ themselves Football Association

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,

TO-DAY’S FIXTURES
Advocate vs St. Mary’s Old Boys :
St. Leonard's. Referee Mr. C. Jmmott
Westerners vs Colts at Shell.
j Mr. J. Ancher.
Wavell Sports Club vs Harkliffe at the
Bay. Referee Mr. B. Grandison.

Clerk, Poor Law Guardians,
22.4:50—9n,

ALL JOINERS & CABINET.MAKERS
are invited \to/attend a’ meeting /at\Com-
hbermere Schoo] Hall on SATURDAY. 29th
April 1950 at 9 a:m:) when Mr. BRUCE
MOULDER, Manager of C..F. Harrison's
Furniture .Dept...will explain. a scheme
fur developing the wood , working in-
dustry in Barbados as referred ‘to’ in a
recent issue’ of this paper by r
Ronald Tree. 25.4.50—4n

———

NOTICE i

Re Estate of
LEWIS GOMER,.GORDON MOORE
Deceased

NOTICE is hereby given that all per-
sons having any debt or ‘claim against
or affecting the estate of Lewis Gomer
Gordon | Moore deceased - late» of | Station
Hill in the* parish, of Saint. Michael ‘in
this Island, Retired Lance Sergeant of
Police Band who died» at Station» Hill
aforesaid on the, 18th day of “April, 1949
intestate ane requested to send ‘in par-
Ueculars of their»claims dulycattested | to





He Lost the Pains inhis Arms

No wonder this man dreaded
going to work, for rheumatic
pains in his arms made it torture
to use them. Yet to-day he feels

tive

undersigned Mildred» Agnes. Jervis,

C/o Messrs Haynes /& Griffith, Solicitors,| fitter than ever and work is &
No. 2 Swan Street, Bridgetown, on-o1 | pleasure; as he tells in his letter :
before the 3ist day of May; °1950, after s j ;

which date we shall proceed | to° distri- I had been suffering from

rheumatism very badly and had
such pains in my arms I scarcely
knew how to use them. Then I
was told to try Kruschen Salts,
and after using one bottle I
found relief. So, of course, I have
kept’ on with it, am now thor-
oughly better and have never felt
so fit for years. I used to feel
miserable and sluggish, but now
it is a pleasure to work instead
of a dread.’’--S.B.

The

bute the assets of the) deceased, among
the parties entitled thereto” having »re-
gard only to such elaims of which'I shall
then have had notice and I! will’ not/be
liable for. the assets or any’ part thereot
so distributed to any person of whose
debt or claim we shall ‘not then’ have
had notice.

And all persons indebted to the said}
estate are requested to settle their in-
debtedness without delay

Dated this 18th day of March 1950.

MILDRED. AGNES JERVIS
Qualified Administratrix of the Estate
of LEWIS GOMER GORDON’ MOORE,

pains and stiffness of










deceased. rheumatism are usually caused

31, S:00—40.4 bey deposits of excess uric acid in

the muscles and joints. Kruschen

NOTICE stimulates the kidneys and other

Pst intestinal organs to regular

Re Estate of healthy action so that all the

ee a Dasmlent oe excess uric acid is expelled

NOTICP is'hereby»given that'all per-| ‘through the natu al channels.

sons having ‘any! debt /or‘claim’ against} When that goes 8 and pains

or, affecting the Estate of Mary Frances go too, € and vigour

Miller, deceased, }1ate of School Lane, are restore

Halls | RoaJ;)in \the\ parish’ of Saint 4 oe

Michael” in’ this” Island,» Spinster, who If you are tr¢ 2d with rheu-

died ;at+ School, Lame ‘aforesaid on the matism, give 1en a trial

17th day’ of January .1950,:are requested yourself, You can get it from
to .send in» particulars of their claims all Chemists and Stores.

duly’ attested ' to) the ‘undersigned Edith
Viola». Blenman ? C/o" Messrs Haynes *.
Griffith Solicitors, No, 2 Swan Street,



May,’ 1960, after which date I shall pro-
ceed to distribute the assets of the de-
ceased among the parties entitled there-
to having regard only to such claims of
which I shall then have had notice and
I will not be liable for the assets or any
part thereof so distributed to any person
of whose debt or claim I shall not then
have had notice.

And all persons indebted to the said
estate are requested to settle their in-
debtedness without delay.

Dated this 18th day of March 1950.

EDITH VIOLA BLENMAN

Qualified Executrix of the will
MARY FRANCDS MILLER deceased.

21.3.50—4»,.

ORIENTAL
Goons !!

CURIOS, JEWELLERY,

BRASSWARE, TEAKWOOD

SANDAL, IVORY, ETC.
THANI BROS.

KASHMERE

Pr. Wm. Hy. Street.
Diai 3466.

of



LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Bernetta Coppin,
holder of Liquor License No. 606 of 1950,
granted to her in respect of Jas. Medford
in respect of a 2-storey wall building at
corner of Wilson Hill, St. John, for per-
mission to use said Liquor License at
bottom floor of a 2-storey wall and
wooden building at Nelson Street, City

—

FOR SALE

Dated this 24th day of April 1950, HOUSE SPOTS
To D. D. MORRIS, Esq.,
Ag. Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”. B I
Signed A COPPIN,
Applicant
N.B.—This application will be con-

Cash or Easy Terms

sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
at Police Court, District “A”, on Thurs-
day, the 4th day of May, 1950, at

11 o'clock, a.m.
D. D. MORRIS,
Ag. Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”
26.4,50—In

From 10c, per Sq. foot up

ELECTRIC, BUS and WATER
SERVICES AVAILABLE
—

1. PICKWICK ROAD, KENSING-

FOR SALE 2. FRIENDSIIP, — Hothersal

Turning, St. Michael,
FLOUR BAGS. Ready

3.. THE PINE CROSS ROAD, St.
laundered. For further







Michael.

4. WELCHES, now KINGSTON
GARDEN & KINGSTON TER-
RACE through from Government
Hill to Kingston Roed, St. Michael.

5. THE GARDEN WORTHING,
Christ Church,
Apply : ERNEST U, MOTTLE£Y,
Office, Colerids. “treet.
Dia! 3927. Bridgetown.

particulars apply K. R.
Hunte & Co., Ltd. Dial
4611.



26.4.50.—6n.







CROWN? CROWN? CROWN? CROWN? CROWN? CROWN WHAT? CROWN



ADVOCATE

GOVERNMENT NOTICE



PAGE N

a ee

SHIPPING NOTICES
Canadian National Steamshi









TENDERS are invited to equip the ground floor of The Public
Library with adequate fluorescent lighting.

Detailed information as to exact requirements may be obtained
from the Public Librarian.

Tenders in sealed envelopes should be addressed to the Chairman,
Board of Trustees, Public Library, and must reach him by noon on
Monday May 8, 1950.

The Trustees do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any
26.4.50.—2n,



IN PORT: Sch. Alexandrina i eee

Ifenrietta, Sch. Everdene, Sch. Emanuel
Princess Louise, Sch.
Mandalay Il, Sch. Mary E. Caroline, Sch.
Ledy Noeleen, Sch. Molly N. Jones, Sch.
Henry D. Wallace, Sch. United Pilgrim S.,

SOUTHBOUND Barbados Barbados

LADY RODNEY

ot

Pf batecnaer Faker ad



tons net, Capt
Agents:



Sails Arrives Arrives
Barbados St. John

6th May 8th May lith May
8th June 10th Jun 19th June
27th June 29h Ju»
27th July Bth July

M.V. Glenwood, 193 tons net, Capt
Strickland, from Grenada; Agents: W. S.

Capt.
Heide, from Dover; Agents: S. P. Musson,





notice. All vessels fitt
freight rates on

R AUSTIN & CO., LTD. —Ag

tons net,

EAP cold stoneae chage-

children’s
cuts, scratches
and abrasions

Schooner Mary M. Lewis, 69 tons net.
British Guiana;
Agents: Schooner Owners’ Association.



oveeeecenpiteenssiavenmnssneshiiensipsinmsinn sense

OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM:
Cable and Wireless (West Indies) Ltd.,

communicate
ships through their /

Tiger, S.S. Nidardal, :
S.S. Ville D. Amiens, S.S. Mormacolw. “RIVERCREST

\e S'S. sn S's “INTERPRETER”
“LORD GLADSTONE”
“ADVISER”

“TEMPLE ARCH”
HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM:

29th April
s.8

TIOL

DERN ANTISEPTIC

Sare+Non Potrsonous

S.S. Tista, S.S.
s.S. Wil- Closes in Barbados

S.S. Scottish Musi- S.S. “ATLANTIAN”

S.S. “COMEDIAN”
S.S. Esito, S.S. Atlantic Africa S.S-

S.S. Wide Awake,
S.S. Marmacrey, S.S. Athelstane, S.S.

For further particulars apply to

DA COSTA & CO., LTD—Agents.



Have you had in mind for a long time to purchase a Breakfast

Mr. Peasant

YOU CAN HAVE YOUR
CANES INSURED
By applying to...

“Daerwood”
accept Cargo and Passengers

We have a lovely assortment in

ALUMINIUM

THE CENTRAL
BROAD STREET

GRENADA: Hubert Blood-
Worth, Geoffrey Arrindell, Renee Lyall,
Marquita Dixon, Freieda Martin, Simon

For TRINIDAD: Euleen Grosvenor.
Manuel
» Harry Grosh, Yoland Lovelace,

EMPORIUM UNITED INVESTORS CO.
B.W.L Schooner Owners’

Association (Inc.)





Insurance Underwriters
Marhill Street,



LIGHT & POWER

TROUBLE FREE

Gomes, Christopher Deane, Sarah Deane,
Rebert Green, Pamela Wickham, Martin
Wickham, John Milliken, Betty Carlson,
Helmer Carlson, Cecil Murray. Joseph
Harrison
Christopher Fletcher, Kathleen Fletcher.









CHE. GLE. TRANSATLANTIQUE
FRENCH LINE

Sailings to Plymouth

“GASCOGNE”
8.5. “MISR”

INSTAL - -

April 26th 1950

"LISTE R’
ALTERNATOR SETS

1.75 K.W. DIESEL DRIVEN ALTERNATORS

WORM 60 3 bc eh A A WR me SS RR RR ie ee as Oda

S.S. “MISR”—Third Class Passages Available at $240.00

For further information apply to:—

R. M. JONES & CO., LTD.- Agents.























RD & SPENCER LTD

WARD & SPENCER LTD. Marhill St.

Marhill St.
TROPICALS, SERGES,
DRILLS, Etc.

All complete with Switchboards and Automatio Voliage
Regulators.

COMPLETE RANGE OF SPARE PARTS IN STOCK!

THE BARBADOS FOUNDRY Ltd.

description
and STATIONERY















oe

A. M. WEBB







SEA VEEW GUEST



HASTINGS, BARBADOS

Most Children will be delighted with the BOOKS
now on display at the

S.P. C.K. BOOK DEPARTMENT

Ist FLOOR — C. F. HARRISON & CO., LTD.

Both Local and Foreign TOCKED BAR

$5.00 per Day &

Bought and Sold

155 Roebuck St., Bridgetown | ant (inclyaige)
s J. we.
Hours : 9-3 PRY

Mrs. W. S. HOWELL

=

















PLIPSEL APS

CARPETS
and 101% ft. by 9 ft.

MY FIRST BOOK OF BIBLE STORLES (contatns The Ralbe of
Boy of Nazareth, Little Friend of Jesus and Other
Lord Jesus, with 8 coloured illustrations) $1.26.

THE CHILD JESUS by Amy Steedman
containing 6 coloured illustrations) $1.00

STORIES JESUS TOLD (Contains





LINOLEUM
Sizes: 9 ft. by 71% ft.

(written in simple language, and

> Good Sanuwwitan, The Good Shep
Unmerciful Servant, The Wise
of the Talents) $4.00.

STORIES ABOUT JESUS By Amy
some of the Miracles that Jesus
ineluding 6 coloured ones) $1.00,

4ind Foolish Virgins, aud The Story

LINOLEUM IN ROLLS 6ft. wide

All very reasonable in Price.

L. HERBERT Lid.

10 & 11 Roebuck Street
LOLA OP LOLOL ALOE

with several illustrations,



bs: ablished Incorporated
1

AN A.B.C. OF TOYS (a Rook containing the
fully illustrated coloured Pictures) 4c,

FAVOURITE ANIMALS
coloured Pictures of Favourite Animais) $1.26,

uiphabet set out with beauti-

KES ESSSS CSS CGE OSSSO

small children, SOO EOL OLA 4A A ALON OB A LOLI 0

FOR SALE “B

This very attractive well-built residence with terraced rock
gardens, large lawn, lounge, dining room, 3 bedrooms (all with
car garages ete.



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ball fixture at the Par Bot } ;
goals were score the Spartat WEST INDIES (for 8 wkts.) 231 GIRLS’ INDUSTRIAL : ss :
men as Hov his op- : mn } UNION Finest Quality British
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po gage ll SRS den ad wae WINTRY CONDITIONS deprived the West Indies| YOURSELF WITH a. ST, Be:
ality | Y pn: f cricket tourists of valuable experience from their two days’! | Under the distinguished
Play started off with Sparta practice match against Colonel Stevens’ XI which ended NO FEAR IN ers Patronage o Hh WOOLLENS :—
. i a dr , : | is Excellency the Governor
attacking the College area, and ina draw here today OF FAILURE and Mrs. Savage, Sir Allan
several opportunities were misst Only about seven hours’ play was possible in the two 4 1 and Lady Collymore DOESKINS :—
oe â„¢ onee ene of- days of most unsuitable weather which included snow for At {
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mnsive and po te B k ll T t QUEEN’S PARK :
i pera iat Jlonel Stevens’ side which in- and Gerry Gomez then took the a ewe J ar Ss | On WORSTEDS :—
+ re at Bin cluded five West Indies players, score to 108 before a snowstorm | eo 24th May
arg my ’ i at their overnight score sent the players scurrying to the | (Empire Day) 1950 i,
for Sparta ae vate ie see 8 pam. to 10 pam ewer
ne 8 in reply Snow did not last long and a Who wouldn’t be proud of putting delicious tarts i BUY a Ticket—Win a lucky
~ ale y cond not he'ax: (Mart wae mess Se lens ued like these on the tea-table! You can make them number SERGES :—
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cove end rwoured onriy in their bourne a ae aries Powder to guarantee success, they’re bound to turn | G. WILLIAMS LINENS :—
bo “ te t eel of the type [oI 27 Nine runs later, ams 9 . } aie
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MI b ure likely to experi- fell to a vorker by Jones. . TTT
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of their capabiliti highlights of the batting Royal Baking Powder, pinch of salt, 1% 02. lard, water |
es trace Wires ot 20Ur |. tas tas eae eet so mix. Line patty tins with pastry, puta little jam at | ||] WHICH CAN BE MADE INTO TAILORE
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appointed when Everton on 62 runs in 29 minutes for yal ing Po My Ete, Ey Weeke s dismissed for 2 before the seventh wicket to pass tablesps. milk. Beat well, and three-quarters fil] the if f |
‘ id settled dow oj z * ‘ ‘ . | THE BARBADOS AQUATIC |
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The Play Goddard was undefeated at the] 450°, 10 - 12 minutes. | (Members Only) | 5
I if No pli: was possible before close, having scored 37, which in- | SAmpTT > m
H < net cluded five fours in 44 minutes. | SATI 1 le APRIL 29TH a
Squire { ( The wickets were covered dur- The West Indies Team returns | . : ee sigh C B RICE & C :
- ng the night when more snow and [to London on Thursday and will ROYAL BAKING | Commencing at 10.30 p.m. . . 0.
n fe t the outfield was satu- Mave three one-day practice games a) | |
oa The captains inspected the in the suburbs before their first \f| Floor Show by JEFFREY’S |§) OF
pare id decided to take lunch Match against Worcestershire at} POWDER if, Troupe of Artistes, ia
nd resume play atl pm. Worcester starting on May 6 \f| Music by HARRY BANNIS-
I orning the ground was Following are the scores - | | TER and his tecnaelen” | | BOLTON LANE
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ere k but an icy north W.1. 1St. INNINGS \ Tickets obtainable at the
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—_ nea plea t as the first day on . 50 23,.4.50.—4nn (S W F.S
, A the West Indies players re- : froereil ¢ = eevee - ' F Tes ; ad ES
Carlton Beat | fit and welk All were E. D. Weekes b Johnson. » Le Sepeeaessss =
E at ial ell muffled up in overcoats this R. Christiani b Robinson 27
wn pu e 3-0 ning against the biting wind. $° Govied aa = New Stocks of ‘ .
; : , Snov Kees play during the B. Williams b Jones 5 1 tt cs
. . © afternoon when the West Indies |. Pierre ¢ Hookham b C
: ( fo ba had cored 108 for four wickets s Remnanh in not out 6
: meray, et, soared 108 for our wickets *: "Skins Sto w BUILDING MATERIALS
be itplayed and tea was taken, Total (for 8 wkt Inciude :—
ur a ! There was only a small crowd , 7
; ras i ring. jn the sunny but cold weather ms - 5 x +. aint ; poll ais tg, ; y ISK ‘ x , . ; .
rm red, G. AN- when a start was made after BOWLING ANALYSIS \ GALVANISED CORRUGATED SHEETS ‘
a . oT ide junch, Jeft Stollmeyer and Alan ,., 7 mi = W 6 ft. x 24 gauge
ul a . Rae opened for the West Indie: Sistias 1 9 1 J ’ : 5
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} ee tic ermere Lit of stumping iy Civde Walontt, Berean vss esisses Fo Te aS. 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 ft. x 24 gauge "
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, r keeper, disposed of Rae. He went Cox EVERITE CORRUGATED SHEETS BEER AND
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The News, 7.10, aan. News runs and batted 35 minutes The Weather | EVERITE 4-in, SOIL PIPE & FITTINGS
oan. The English, X “am. | Worrell Out i i 10-ft., 6-ft., 3-ft., 2-ft, lengths )
wrade i‘ Pipe D Frank Worrell showed his class Sun Rises: 5.45 a.m 7 mes ® * |
m. BBC West of » England | Light innings of 26, including | gun Sets: 611 pan. FLOOR TILES in Various Sizes :
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Hor PAP pki ourne player and §. C. Griffith High Water: 11.02 pm | oD a re
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Peers, 3 p.m, British Concert H \ Eighty runs were then on the Rainfall (Codrington) nil WILKINSON & HAYNES C0) LID
oN 4.10 ae board and eight runs later Stoll- Total for month to yester- 9 . ry
I tin meyer who played attractively for day: .97 ins, x {
k I 30, including four boundaries Temperature (Max). 84.5 fF SSS SSS
, 06 nute got under a ball Temperature (Min). 72.5 1 ' .
' fi he West Indies fast bowler, | Wind Direction (9 a.m. E by |} ‘
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Festivite in Span, West Indian, Prior Jones, an easy | Wind Velocity .19 miles per |} Vour Passport ,
Symphi of Strings, 9 Lean . Ae & ee hour .
nines ib pct The News, 10-1 He 4 j 95, Weekes, before he had Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.934

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T" %  MflBPAV\PR. uu DISSOLVE C0M1SFORM c*YS VIDE LA VEW YORK. Apnt 25. _.Arat Ccniatrz Viclela ol *f£Tclled for a "he* effort" <**2£iTthe Soviet Union to JLfSfuniversal security system gyJS by the United Nation* C ?2.**K" ' peace should .JSalifcl m a rtsu.ut.on st the £2r moling of the UmtrU "•^TTctcwral Assembly, he said Tmnner here last nifiht, spoxiWZltStti* Ulul#d N t iS DS WorW STiiiration. in an unofficial pub"SfJond.iMrttf included — tlaw** dissolution by Bur"* of the Cominform; Creation of an international armed force aponred b>' ,n U m,M Nations: and j Abolition of atomic weapons under international supervision. He said that if his proposal? %  not accepted, the democratic _JU must conclude that efforts [Sieve peace with Russia were a ije He was pessimistic about .-J* dunces of achievm* "total rikciive security." -j believe the rulers of the Soi Unwn are imbued with Ihe Kwpt ot J universal domination P faiwlical than anything we M^evei Known before." he said. A] ihev have cr -* ,* snajk. 1W Ot lodged. Crmn^gd Ts 'ntnd. PACE THREF SEASON FOR C0NFCRENCE3 Pocket Napoleon Of The Docks V Arrest Woman Reporter PARIS. April 25. biting what most observers adtred to be a stiffened policy inM Communism, ihe French emmfnt ordered the arrest of muni si reporter. Lucienne Ue last night. Minister of nets France. Jean Petourneau, she would be prosecuted to alleged untruth published Irrdav m the rommunist He. indent Vincent Auriol had •led for order in Prance, ( Premier George* Bidault "Tne penalties of those who ite the low will be applied." IkClavelle wrote that Q ch official named Valelte had dead last February an Afriwoman who was leading n Bt against the imprisonment %  r young Africans. %  Ministry of Overseas France M this version of tinincident H that the official, in trying UUnces. had shown lernaikcoolness which i.ievented Mfious incidents. ^\ shooting episode occurred s itgula. French Wrst Africa, fdlng to Mile Clavelle. —Heuter. LONDON rimotiiy is the "pocfa loon of the London docks. He stands five feet, one inch high, and is strike leader of (1,737 men who were defying toe* m$ to load and unload shipping The much bigger dock w e aM surnfn ^r comes to mind Three men who were prominent organisers last year have been expelled by their Union, for flouting the Union's orders, and for that reason thousands more have "come out" again. Last night, in dockland, the men out on strike were reading the evening newspapers describing Timothy and his little band of agitators. George Isaacs, the Minister of I-abour, in the House of Commons, had called the strikers in general "communists'". not only these leaders. But strikes and the reasons for thei: terpreted differently in Poplar and Whitehall. "Oh yes, we are always Communists", said one man bitterly. "Anyone who strikes is a Communist". That summed up the tone of voice of many dockers, out on strike, who say they are definitely not Communists ar.d want to know when somebody from the Government will "come down here", to the docks and imd out for themselves. Tins agitation and repeated striking in dockland is a symptom of romething wrong in Britain. To many It a* the trouble could be ended by a feu strokes of good human relations—in r> gesture of understanding For the moment, th'ritatingly holding up only ;i mal] cornel f British trade—41 But the same sickness may SDIMKI, M there aru many groups uf vaguely discontented workers in the country—some are underpaid, some (like a few railwaymen). feel they are getting a raw deal in hours of work The veryfew Communists. hard at work looking for trouble coming, have tlM fully charted and hope to make the moat ol them s< tindocken are worth more than i mo nwn fi study. Improved Conditions The conditions <-f work fo: dockers have improved again and again tine* Bevin gained his repull> Dnvifl I < iii|il< Itoberi* %  rVK* were defeated %  r!' -r,A h ,? ". Do £f wr 1 K -C" budget famt but tmrnlstakal after World War I. For year after applause It must be sad for Sir he mi nt %  rilli year dock labour was hired by Stafford that no thought of an %  onw *Vl rorni the day. Men stood through the elation round ihe corner deter" "•*? %  *"ould morning waiting to be hired— red nun from an-ther dose of work—tirce Churchii: and at the worst times thought slightlv acrid medicine for Briin n '" v n **•*• themselves lucky to get two dav?" tain's llht. There were few con!hr P r ,t,rt l -< h voik a week. The-casual labour" cessions to Socialist views— Th uu *' [l system came to an end with the though I -benchers srr: war—and afterwards the Dock were immediately thankful fOt thinking Labour Board was set up ;o -ho -niruii,^ MP nt' -h,i n ho..*, themselves into lead, rship of . Fevers' 1 WIT T^Tf V B StSSST^ itt tt Employers who want dockers for A W(1 hundred thousand yearlv ^? ^ ?u?^J' h0 ^T **. slevrtores ,0 Tories took neai go aboard ships to load cargo. hours to Hint points in the Budany know • bour parn ei .irply. As fur obtain the mm from Ihp Dock ,„ ,„ .,. As l wttlm IK. "f "' a minimum wage to every docker on its books. And special rates are paid, day by day. for each particular cargo. Th? scheme. In general works well it gives security to the docker's wife and family. Theoretically it is a great boon. But what has happened? 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T" -DlV APRIL ^K. 195(1 Three Injured Agricultural In Accident Workers (iei M r,TOR U1RKV T— lifc Gr invale L*wu ' Redirwis ttUatr. "***"*' u " *" enb f nk *r!7 ^-i was extensively djmSd at "bout 9^0 am "" Sh P SifRod on Monday, "niilorry was laden _. nr and two men I BARBADOS IDVOCATE Increase Pay on 'OP the sugar. The driver I^d inf iwo men were Injured. > %  M'CIUKNT occurred on Thla Atrremrm between The "i"*.' ?"*<""*' Fedenillun ol Barbado. 4d The Barba Ihe H„e. „I Uorkern in Ui r Miaar lndu.tr. „ Jt ,,,„,,, „„ Sunday. It la hereby aareed thai -n .:*.' e b,slc w %  "* of ,. SutUe Sl-eet at about 10 i til'^7 inSstrv ^a !" im „„ Monuay between a motor rr „ sM „ .,. '^ %  >* %  ijJ„ owned by G. V. Marslu.ll ol .„„ ,e,„.s„vt,ve St from Snt Hall and driven by Stanley i sl January. 1M0 Blanchett ol the Barbados Hard(bl The rctrospe.: S Store. Swan Street and shall be paid „, brcrclc owned and ridden by SydMay. __ Griffith ol Suconel-s Hill. St. 2. |„ ;,„,,„„,„ ,, ^ Michael, with Gorton DoufUi oi lotal I The rear tork ol (he bicycle ol the rack ... wi s damaged, crop commencetl until the end of A NOTHER accident occurred Ihe week m which the .i .; at the corner of Swan and shall be paid to all inch Tudor Streets at about 7.50 p.m. m lhe indtutr) on or before 30th on Monday between motor lorry September. 1950. at a rate G-227. owned by G. G. Gale of dependent on Ihe site of the crop fair View. St. Georue. and ?55^I5j, ,nK ,0 lhc 'ollowinx Scale driven by Arthur C. Thomas of l u : 00 tons of sugar beinn taken Greens, and a motor car owned .-.nd driven by Ethan O'Neale of Tamarind Lane. Eagle Hall. The right running board ol the lorry and the left front fender and left end of the bumper pf the car were damaged. $1,000,000 Damage In P-O-S Fire PAGE FIVE MBeMMt Terrific Explosion IF hiie Police Lie In Wtrit 11 II.III iit Cow a ae ni wrt) POB %  Trinidft thopping >urnt out. resulting in loss estimated tl we aportod oui ol iobe to-dav, bei.c premises destroyed include the new :i'V HOods : Farah's furniture Up -nor: i n W rt M ll( the r,i )|MK) Qmrtettr enaM irrtveal irom rrtniclul on Monda>. ..., s ih. ".ttrartlnn ..„ the w.iter. Here InHM lor .t inrture with (Ml ( u rtffct] Lord l. i. Miehi> Spoilerand 'Lord Pretender", the three ether m i law in i M-IIIT % %  i i L' i t rusnti nxnecls Buildinc hou %  -'llllt CM %  %  might | police 3 d hee.it. ne anting rlier in n i (ore noon on Monday, l tuld that an uphoh ti Fighting in Berlin %  a average crop— Over 123.000 %  130.000 — 2% 135.000 — 31 140.000 .. 145.000 150.000 1 And so on 3. This iLgnananl %  hall Midget Calypso Singer Promises "A Treat" „_i ST. PETER Plantations— llaynards and Colleton-wero P*nV ve f the first to end their crop seaaon. This ended during last week. Maynards is owned by Mr. J. CorbiD while Colleton belong to p. G. Scales. Coalition Government Likely Under Van Zeeland • Froan pace 1 %  %  %  %  '.' %  tew pnemi a e a %  %  E VELYN THOMPSON of Benny Hall, St. Peter was injured over the week-end was involved in an accident with %  bicycle on Welch Town Road. The bicycle was ridden by Haiei Hood of Cleland, St. Andrew. T% IV. W. BRATIIWAITE. newly %  I motor vessel Sugar Pi rm''•'>. the lion of H. ..bout two incl H Q WARD, toohi President. • 1,ON Newtor. ; %  '-ral Party tonight iwiaed • rcf o The as "Boyer' or • Short R' | nates to come as a member ol . :hree-part> talks for a comquartetie from Trinidad. He was promise solutio; -itcompanied bv the 'Mlgh-v problem, to go ahead with the neSpoiler". 'Lord Pntcn I "Lord Zcigfeld BRUSS1 Of the Belgian Signed B.iii adea Worker* 1 Union GRANTLEY ADAMS, lent. I. O. LASHLXY, F L. WALCOTT. I by: E. S. S. BURHOWES. Ijibour Commissi" %  24th April. 11*50 "A ntnger-clancei SI %  %  %  ' %  i I Berlin ui unarmed yon L'.V pfeeeti taken, but we %  A high West : that though there %  eununuM foutha %  had been telephonniK police headquartr; lents of a enry Street i %  %  There might I* ammunition In : i %  %  The L urged to "wind up ; • treat to Barbadians ""when ; • lands about 3 ft. K ins m shoes wl u •"——— -.( national under1 a.l„,l,afb,c k ; appoinled Vicar ol St. Mark, made Chairman of the SI. Mark's Fellowship at a meeting 10 elect officers which was held setiou* latt week. .eslrrda Stace the departure of the par with etfeel frmn M iunn. founder and ex-chairman. Bev. IMS. 1II be paid .. %  > or hefore 2Mh "'" c '•'"' •"" """We m gelubrni M .. U A. D. Woodland Mr. I.. E. May. 1950". ami other mi.leadlnn „ %  Wood wu holding Ihe office. .Ulemenu. It apoloaisr, to orkhr „„. n ,,u,d '',', V, ; !" .'' agree lo ., bar Other officers appointed are:era and emplo.er. (..i inj ,i.,..n %  !" """ nd-whl urltl mad. !" Shot lie.*' Sfaortle' iily. and —Reuter. Mr. L E Wood. (Leader). Mr. A. Carter (Assistant Leader), Mr. R L Browne Mr. E. Newton (Assistant Secretary). After the etc discussion was lead by Mr. E. L. Browne. L AST FRIDAY'S film show at the British Council could not take place as advertised because of electricity trouble, so the same programme will be given this Friday. April 28th. at 4.45 pin It Is:— BRITISH NEWS MERCY FLIGHT (Canadian Air Ambulances.) TF.XNIS STEPS OF THE BALLET Film Strip Talk "EGYPT" Fllais For Children— Saturdav April 2th. 9.30 a.m. BRITISH NEWS INSTRUMENTS OF THE ORCHESTRA PICTURE PAPER Film Strip Cartoon Safely". (n J dmiM 0 ' boln On Thursday, April 27th, al M p.m. Football Fllmj will be shown at ihe y M.P.C. TW POLK t BAND, under •7ll „ ' F! ""~" A IK \l 'll rive a Concert at 8 o'clock to-mnht al ,„,. Sl L J. The.v „,,! b. ,,l: fteir own electric eolour.,l-l lc l„taj.yem which v ,il be StroA Programme of music has been %  toaoM tbui raiued a* result. Got amor Opens Legislature • St. Thomas Policewoman Does Good Job ,n <>i the town of Chariot t. neighbour) IIK An St. Thorn.i.Newton WB i ->oii lor I K proportioned. I If POBT.OFJPtN 1 o one of hij coli MVC „„„ (or „ light arranee.1. Vessel Brings Salted lish ^ e .. m t r vessel "Clenwoou £S 5,' 2M c ,ks "' salted St vSl^'' W < ";. nd nd '<" Barbados SJ^v. When || leavea on liiS ' molasses back lo TV, d ajf! r o of sailed fish was JWiarged yealei-day. The vessel JW begin loading molas^ to. 0b_lH way down from New2TS'??' ""' "Glfnwoal" riopg" at Dominica, St. Vln, "raada t„ diachar(e saltoi Bah £ direct"' '" Nt r """ d, na """ yj 11 ." O lenwood'a" mate told r,.h dV c ""'' lh "' h h " J~gh trip The g", ",, w Monr „. 4 5t„ !" m ver. likelih. %  —Sii.said He work i: %  Jthev will be un ,," load Gov%  %  Guii m ion. suMr PKiaettM aai Bxpaii t oairal Beard: %  iii*nli ol the I nipirr % %  M JointIhe llonble It -ii \ r a Lawta %  Mi. a ii v. tins, Mr -I it 4i f\ frnwfon. %  he polke that night III jinih-ush and whij. there wu I'lU' llf\I ling housing i %  held i" %  %  %  %  %  a. afelel Ac the first hint of a COLD VAPEX INHALANT WE AKE OFFERING . HILLS RAPMLNfON a a %  %  SMOKING MIXTURE AT SEDUCED PRICK C. CARLTON BROWNE \\ ii.ii.--.ti,& ReUI) DragglBl lit. Roebuck St. Dial 2tl3 %  %  %  %  Fresh for youi Pets ! PURINA DOG CHOW PURINA RABBIT CHOW h Jason Jones & Co. Ud. nutrtbatora. pu IB) rable.) 20 Keturn FromBermuda Father N\ ins <>f Five SO.L-iO %  % % %  %  %  %  %  111 Mrs. K. New Ion The Rice Comes i ihu alrnort P*P* r ,hat Barbados Is to add women t> its P iirought the Information 'hat PoUeewoman Newton, noi only tackled the problem which had assumed alarming proportiona> Nth-n Co, local rrom M M l>ock Yards, faiher Uermuda. by The It.F.A. 'Gold quiet vill W. A. C r&ej were B. D Barrow. I Lynch, Q v !> Picket at the Union Gaskin, E. Nurse it until II %  Mi w A oui o RutMll, A 3*sJey end To< Ii D D Garnai ll Hort-..f-Si Men .re among the many Costle H. Adams out of employment four serials air. M. E Cox. through the closing down f the K&roekW. ~" %  — %  —— "None nf the Barbed] u remain", no %  : %  ashore I Hanger's' %  Govern nt Ti.. .... aa A hi!ir' ; Mnd ba * of ,! %  "ere rom Br.tiah Gu letlc Club which | erstwhUa J urcoine. when not in school. "She has Biroaiad man i 'iiiiilniM .1 Milk comment on her Job. fcrdey bv £ a .Mi ana „ y ^" on 'heir downward path? JJJ Echooner also brought JJJ^urewood and 291 bags elation 'JmehneUt consigned to Schooner Owners' Asso\ -rerdam. %  %  >. w-v %  dered milk %  tish. ii.i .1 nine(<-,!,, man jui the deati: ,^'cted to rw-^, c Diamond Corner—which was heln :or Trinidad of Alleync'.v hv Mr D I) Morris, Coroner of Onl^ of a % %  y ^terday found guil: nded on sail WhSVf ir"* nild lx '* ,i '>lt Albert M< Mr n TT W Land March 21 1.. to Q,' w ~ Morris 01 He died 20/For Assault m or,? r ln dri ul1 "" d,r ^^001. month's inu,,. -" "" % %  labour Food & Drink Together IN A PERFECT COMBINATION %  All Mf world knowi that (i-^xl Stoul ll health hulld-r AH !l have been ratfn "in. 1 %  W* hove perfected the combinotion of these two in A*ANX OYSTER STOUT that's onToJa\ Me*u ni r ; rilIA Ro ^ •. 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T \\ i-il % %  rsil my April 2K us: Barbate Quorate ^HBARBADOS MUST INCREASE PRODUCTION Governor Opens Legislature W HEN TIIK CHIMES <-i the clock in ihe Public BolMta| jower ***• P* a ' K mU :: M "' yesterday, His Excelleocy ihf Giwror, preceded by an escort of Mounted Police arrived there to open the 1950-51 Lejiislative Session. Hu Dl %  Henry accompanied by '"' hr wt !" welcome UMQ i m many way* I i A n chair kind this table two past %  m n.omhs ... %  there as Deputy Speaker. I think an <>T them would agree with ON 1 By thai it is very much N) sit around the table than in the Chair. ir the matter is dull and wa an fed the table v.c eta Kl floor neiRhOU, but in the Chan all limes, no dull the malt. %  %  hon'ble members. •-. IKH MUU able to Ml ..t the right of thi hon I ( I %  ppotartaMnt, if nit In it. thai roto bt Man when the time tor me to relinquish the not to-day. Quite tranldj i tee! Ilka a dull school boy who has been moved up into a higher form for long service and rtoihinn else, but I know thai I shall alwayi the CO-oporatlon Of hon'hle member*, III inaiiitaiiung the dignity adilion of this v.i* u Hi) Ex thei Both Houses ol Legislature then ^et and conducted business. ID the Legislative Council bn'ble J. D. Chandler who was K*nti President in place of nlLe IX G. Lcacock who has Jtftjned. was congratulated !>/ ambrf rtantilr K. < hallcnor told the rYeadenl: I should like on the members of this Hon'ble iDunrU, to offer you our congratulUons on Ihe great honour con%  afftd on you by your appointment ; President of this Council. You now occupy Ihe high posijBon so ably tilled in the past by vat Barbadians, among them distinguished father Sir Fdliam K. Chandlct. who for a hg number of years presided this Council. You. Sir, must indeed feel very row! of this, and I am sure that hon'ble member sltan long experience in both %  rites of the Legislature of this and, makes you well litted for (high position you now occupy., %  d you have ihe host wish •agn'blc members for n long and Matfu) term of office. Ye valuable contribution to t debates in Ihe past will be out I feel Miii: that when eotiint quntloni aria* in the k. you will as i ver i |eiisfromtheChi.ii of jour expei •dance. Again, S i ncratuUi' %  writs, boiii I thank von M;ihuii Congratulated i mbei Mr. j, A by MM. (I.nrrnmenl to serve for live \c.iiv gm Tribesmen Kill 24 IN NAIROBI NAIROBI Tribemen killed three Brltona BO African pol.ceiii.it African civilians In a clash in northwest Ken>.. was reported here today An Otteatl -..airmen! -aid the.. were killed in a tight Suk tribesmen in the Luke Baringo hlle trying to African Reader of a pn fanatical religious socieMblcfor many dislu:i Under i ,„„ police %  dead was the man lh. • iin-M Itelnfoi ( %  the area immediately and the situation was Uriel —Reuter. tW Actlni Calonial Secretary M: I should like io add CM i what the hon'hle Mr. i h %  said: l am speaking as tin onb InU member of the Council I i only sitting in a provisional ( %  city, but 1 have clone so for r*l year* and huvi Nag* ol attending and tukintc *ri"e "i Government Business in "umber of uebales. 1 believe, Sit. ihat you and 1 %  I probably expressed different %  er member of this Council, and it were not Ihat I myself will ly be leaving. I would be reraui thai you have bean eh %  p. 1 aay this becauseand I wd like to make this clear li on nle '"w !" as 1 can be. "jve there is nothing n way than good and honest "Jam. and then .nobo [•"•red go<>.l and honest cntic! m this Council more than I BANDLBR. M l.( •liaM f the ~(-l line Count il I In rrisidmt told nun. Mr i ol this Council I u.-Iconic you. You are not a granger because you kail occasion nil. We have no doubt ..ill bO of material help i. i. %  lp to us in coming to a olulkm of each problem that a.. (m behalf of other members and TIIC you to this Mr. Mahon replied and said: Mr. |M like lo thank von (or your kind welci I %  mambera ol th> I shall do everything in in IKMI such assistance to this [would like to associate myself "warmly with whi %  M ( i. and I "•jn it may seem to many or to fienn.il pu| ij, ma , he p^, of -ajdent of (he Legislativi i ftower of it has merely to sit '" .arop, nevertheless I believe ii think hon'ble membi •* with me. lhal it does make Wat deal of difference to the %  Jd who .s presiding over its fca more I %  r lute io congratulate BBL wuh you a long U S^.r^***" 1 re P"d and said; ^ Ilka to Ihank the hon'blc %  Challenor ; „id the hon'blc """• I Secretui. | C* niltees imil appointed I foUTmlttaa to reply to the speech. This committee .lie the Hnn'bles H. A. Cuke, Dr. H. G. Messiah. G. D. L Pi 1 and t; B. Bvi %  %  Hows; \ n leria Lmigralaan Blllllfl The H ChaUenor. i. hairs Commiltee: The Hon'ble ii si John, HagBf I n MUIUMC < ontrol and Marketlm Board: The Hon'bles D. %  K and J. A. Mahon. Hnu^ini Board: The Hon'ble A. G Gittens. # <>n Paie I U.S. Will Build Atom Submariiir WASHINGTON, April 26 %  is to build an atomic powered submarine and other radically new type underwater vessels, the United Stales Navy disclosed to-day. The Navy also plans to convert a cruiser into a guided missile .i' '. ''in, le bang were mude known in a request to Congress for authorttj iu buUd 112 vessels of varying types. Admiral Forrest Sherman. Chief of Naval Operations, told the House Armed Services Committee the recommendations were < Secretary of Johnson, in February. The proposed program i i ftmjonfln he said. —Beater. s I Nl from Legislative Council Chamber yesterday,'* ivernor, Mr. A. W, L S,i\ rj the %  ACHESON EXPECTS FIGHTING IN BERLIN WASHINGTON. A j [HE AMERICAN SecrwUry Q| state, Dm IMI:M.I\ that Rghtiag migtii break rte Whittun period betwi i tUHiMl-bMWd German Commt SpOkU OJhtdow ApiU ."**U1 .. iwnnw nwi-M'. \tftH n The SpjM-ton-XVwlon MHUJI. ^i!ftH?" ^ n,w '**' A "* %  will uk* pJKa on Saturday, AprU av*1on IMHI Noir* Paniv in SWHd INVI*., fnoUMll n-WI, %  C qiMm INrk Ihl. .idrnxiun i"" "ill be no ihii.t %  %  ana SUGAR TALKS POSTPONED I-ONfXJN. April 25. rhe [nternaUonal s,,, %  %  poatponed • %  • Jun Some delecatioi, could not attend ;>t tht —Reuler B.C. CHILDREN WILL GET A HOME iiurbadaa A4veaaa OBOI British adding .i children's convalescent home as a Pnnet wedding gift, accommodating 21 luldren Estimated c-ost i< £5,000 to be run by the local Red Cross — (By Cablei Is Baldwin Fed Up? Wilt He leave Antigua? 'From Our Own Carrr^LOND wo information has been re' ilonial Oflke of u i 7 p0rt d ll,u '" 1 Baldwin to reabo) Iba ship of thl/rwm • "ui h. .Mil oath go horn I %  vlih the %  %  ly returned to his post despite rumours that he would stay in Bnceil prise in liidon circles. I hav been Informed. U the laafc uf official connrmation is likely t< leai: tlons in Parliament regarding the : %  position. — (By Cable) 'ho "New York Herald Tribune" to-day whose Wnshleji \ndrcwa, Ida la %  I in a speech. • j I Achsson was kg Whitsun demoostra* which Communisti froan all own %  Eona .>f Qi i i iugh the rf the Baeretery of Stab %  ihe calendar of major world deal taking "an on A %  poUtk al drclea io Berlin to-daj •nj at a Washington t loveimin-nt spokesman's MifjaitllMl :hat tankmid guns might have to be used to counter Commt Invade the arSSb BetUn at Whitsun. 'There ire no tmertean tanks In Berlin'' an ofl spokesman said. 'United Stales forces only have ir-iked ants have ropi ilu Taitr % saapoi %  Cabinet Reshuffle IN PRAGUE PRAQU] \pnl 25. 1 "da. who has been resea* Ulmstai <>i ippotnt* %  t u was officially i ore to-daj Kl Ceplka, Communist Minister of Ju. & has been appoin t ed Defence alii bo changes, said DaputS and l)r Stefan Rets 11 ten to I thanking him for his work in with the %  D new oft %  -leaser, ftussiiins Follow StvedUh Vessel STOCKHOLM, M I Captain AUnk Johai diah trawlei d up his Island whi Russiai rougdi his telrInternal Ion nl waters •"The Ru s until %  %  Mad as conducted to .. ]'. R ary bill lr sea again, amved at Karlakrona, %  The tyedlal has asked Captain Johanshon for a full report —Renter Allies Gel Repl) To Tax Hill Veto BONN. April 25 %  %  oars to-day %  PUI Ml Ighl when User with .illied llnance %  IJeputy High Coi |, here thought ,i %  -'ini.iomise now looked probable to a situation on the Oerman itd led in hinti %  %  -l(l! %  %  It was also officially 5Uted that ..... good progress nu last night. The German mnuaaioners will finally decide maintain their %  rad Adenauer. II i 1 The Bill proposes n Oerman Income Tax. The Allies he ground thai this may lead to an unbalanced I —Reuler. Governor Recommends Economic Development Chandler New President Of Legislative Council UNLESS Barbados can develop her economy substantially, she cannot go forward and improve the standards of living of the mass of the people. To increase revenues she must increase her pro duction within a sound programme of economic development. In than two itntcncee His Excellency Mr. A. W. L. Svi IJ -iirniueil up iluisland's situation when i MM LegiiUUv* Si rvdopmenl profrunmt could be assisted, he sug.Miatin^ with tinSecretary ot State's approval, the unexpended balance of the grant from the united Kin gdo m lo any major economic project such as water development x eeond ourea would lxthe Oananl Revenue Other points from Mi Savage's speech wart: CIVIL SERVICE: that la mmntin an aMaat ciril .'siary to reviMtha taina and .unditions ot lAtU5. I'IN\M r \ I. POSITION I Biman and Expenditure is ru>morfl than three tinu-s what It was in 1940/41. the Public Debt laaaral Rarcaua balance baa kibatanuall}*. OH, I ... tkan • arcatest rare must be taken arise from reiurrent windEaUa ol apltal n REVENUI POTENTIAL: -houid avoid tie present '"'"'"" %  an arbttrarj period. %  IS " '• %  %  "..' .ad should adopt as soon aa is nlnaanlaii la a plan .-f aconoau asant DHVKI.III'MIM ..iionli is inescapable. That is to ensure -nt—the development .,( production—la Biven its pnpei piaea at the heu.i UN|11 I produeUon in Barbados la ""•Rj 'ion (over 1,100,000) were •TOUld Ha available a S20,000,000 " ten,, development dire.-ted towards a %  ''" sanersi economy of Barbados. KM liisi IMM si-KV: m preaaM i|n l the succe-rful ;'7'" 0 tiependa on the leaaral davelopmei.t ol llarbado. and oaanot ba undertaken In IsolaUon. BacoNpsay iNpusraos: i m aaar JMM nuaaoi i ...,, „, lhe < M .eeover that udcrn harbour would be required. S "" A '"'" :U "S 'Heiinrentbudset ''"""""' %  'inrenaaoed "" '" %  "' %  *** of the am al ti,.u.,t : i~ in our future; ant mm, ,„ ,.„,,,,,,, ,,,„„ no " K.owrnorv Speech on Pa-r B) %  l^tlslslare >cste>da> ., *** ""•" i t*e opeuuH • *e B-,^ • '"e Oav4 ef llasa, aneaspssiled b> Caai. A. 1. Proas. !" ~. !" "• — %  %  l a i' praoadad kr Ike Sersrar.t-al-Arass. Iba Baa. Lord Blabep as. Om Us, rishl Has Excrlltao the nsvrnwr is and on lite left. Hit aSMBaaaj aaavaa Use CasuscU C 4 Blab** la an bla rlikl, and the l'kk-1 Iaali ia Use i AIR FORCE WILL UNLOAD SHIPS In London Port Rova^ S y' A tion's dockJu soldiers and uilon already there unload and ship* i to-day wan ihipa. Tu fgular Princess Will Return [feme MALTA. A| ; Princess Ellzabclf., i-xpectiriic .1 •eoind child this summer, will ny home from Malta on May J. usually reliable sources stated today. -Iiclli flew to Malta on March 8. 1 lifetime ofatutly may >•• %  1 %  M Co Ike art • >J chuoBtn% thr appropriate from to mm /1 uhich it jmst vmry good. rat. wAara %  Mai' "( nrr nini vrneil the name "Hmiuun & i7. ..'*• %  Old Huiui Street, London ia on unfailing guiilr — for alt '/i.-.. u-htn only the Item! mil ./.. 1,000 dock. SI PHI VIUMNIA CICARETTKS BE.YSO\ HFD<*I V .% "It* UiiMt STMMMT, /"\/H/V


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PACE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY. APRIL jt ug Governor Opens 1950-51 Legislative Session %  ^* ^-"^ n .tiif,mvself that Itarbadoa is rotti nor Mild :— Mr PiiaauVnl end I nan •I %  new Searioa of any LewMature baa always .lupeared .tfinniT'i IOI oportunitles I goodwill and resolution, of aervi ommou good II he impertinent for a new Uovernor lo make avatgestiona in IDM regard ii thai aspect in extending a awl M your r-iorn M ,.nd to a Session ic which some legislation of primary important*' inder your consideration i/i /bvisdent flnd ffeaoaraNe Vessb. r. of • ConficW: I wish to take this opportunity lo paj a tribute 10 the Honourable nek who has recently retired from thPre.idenev and membership ..uii.il Ilia wrvice in ibis Island ICDOWB, nd mired 1 i. but I wi*h to thank him poblicr) rsonal kiwi new and .. %  t„ understanding wide* be esjtenaVd lo M* Governor in -i vtrany %  I ,i bappj t-i MV that he ha" Bgrend a' m> prOJaaaM to eontinne h< -hip of the BaMBttrt Council I DPI flad to annonnee tha' Ihl raouawnrable Join Chandler. wh> i.\ vein ha> been n vnlned number of th** Council, has eeeepted thr dent i To fill that vacancy in the Connvil. Hh '"' I l h*en %  givi .nstructions for the appointment <•' Mr. Julian Aubrey Ma hot i :> I wish also to mention the lo* *bieh th* I'ubliSereier in iiarbsub < B il have sustained by the transfer of Mi Stewart PttWM from abort a period spent In Barbados Mr Perowne rendered nice to thU Island both a*Cnh.nial Secretary and as the Officer Administering the (invernment I Tlif imminent departure of Mr Campbell from this Council ate, i.-rbadoti can only bo recorded in term* of the doon u l regret Re hy. the greatest assistance to mc and hitireleas mJ unremitting service •. Itaibadoa over the but aeven year* will leave a rap which it will be difficul* •' fill .idrquatelv We with nim and Mrs C'arnphell ftodnpeed in thei%  %  I PrvaawWf nfI R*ni* W beri of ffci I v$n*Hi 1/ >;,..'.r am/ Memlarof thi Iton- ( Atttntbl ifltf my appointment To this hiirh offlro, I liatened with deep • w T radio hroadrn** by my dhitiiu'iiiahed pwdieeaaoe m whiefa h' atM — nn Jis the QorenoT haw in Marhado* aryaJ prerof-ativ-' and on Oli-mal ff*culntioni and eover only "prTOtfativ? raattTs and iippoiittinent^ and diafipluM Wu* ^*tid" %  jnaiil ho. aei*uomi*d to Oown Colony method* *i 'i.: % %  t.iin-'. but meri'ly that my kimWaMafe of loeal 6onditk*1U and dinM an ; % %  jiiMiftb-i'-nt to l iw with n.\ ezperitncf I deem ii nqnraaa traehy my views, but I se^k your indulevnco on chi if nnwittiin.-h I oatend In iroi ( an ir trndftioaa ae nttwrittefi • CIVIL SERVICE %  i ivilMervi F Aral beeauie mu> b of what 1 hftve to anj later il unnr the uvailabiht> of i contented, expei ..il. I dJaeoTared Ihirt lhava Ii -i • : btMd athWi habM diaeo raced for I;. the aerrice of thr laland Lati i ienced OBaWl who. nft-r BBxIoua to ^eok a transfer *!* %  • %  .cute and 'bt % %  ii poats 9 i M] pracrait ntarpriaa barvo anprovt adil a of eeeeWe and iii the BOlJor rank-, particularly of Mecunw^ and In l field, the advance has been robatantial, In '! %  Weai Indian kaion ni aalai %  i ittai e, but %  •• aada bet terms sufficiently attractive t.i retain -.nie %  air or to narnii now eaneen arho arill not ba eoanpelled — for after too brief %  avrvW to !<->k for rnrtber -mplovm^n' i (( I to pat itself rather in the poaitaM of a pal i nuff< .' dlaaaae ami win* periodically, when ha ; talial and iceia bia advice After bavrii i %  11 to ui iii ba i..in warned and than ba prooeedi lo ehange hit apaeialiai h ii rvan third opiajon will be lean alarming LH m lake one %  xampi' -i Barbados ban enjoyed an onvuuwN i og the taw OawibbaM There at no doobC it la k)ainf its reputation unportaat, the future ot the pooni Barboduui H '.]'iJ HI' part tlarly in ralatan %  maintain an eaVient Civil Se!. i ii iri|| \ %  of all poat< o| profi Aa an ea-1 retary the qoaal ipriiga readily to my mil I ition to ie fawd i*b.-ihT Harbado^ can ahVrd lo nturae to i n lation '• brainv Any aavmtfs whuh aoanM to tba 11 taodard* I btUare to IKthe fl lulU ol false i Mcxi I must make aoaia rafartMe i" the BaeretafkH *hi earaor'i eanaa As luany ap %  i b but it la the field in which r have had I wme experience and which may h. nf ..m valuwh n sMirdinateil with local onditl The eurnui bndei rail *a) a current total i ipond matt no •" ,IH,IMHl or oaarl |60 pot bead of the popoUtion I %  Pnhl I' bl iMEhly 41.TO0.O."' i ^ %  populati'ii. B I B "i the i.nier el asJ.ownsHi M ^:or tifetinse. there can be no donbe that Throad te fnrth-r proirress will be uphill. The expansion of so cial sing and legitimate demand from the pnWM*. but :s ewntial to the aesthhy .rrowtb of a progressive peopb-. Hut .i o the upward curve of r current expendittire can only be maintained if the I aba* has a corresponding capacity for expansion ..r a gTMter part of the national inenaa* am be diverted to Government revenues | aajr I nifieant feature of the present revenue position is tbflattening out of the curve of receipt* in the last three years, indicating a prohaUe end to the *T-nd of substantial annnal increases in revenue It is almost certain that there will be *ome moderate increases in some receipts in the future. bnt I see no reason to anticipate ajrv substantial advance of the cfdtr of previotw years in the total revenue of the island OIL 1It will be convenient if at this ,tafe 1 made a paaamff reference to oil. If gives me first the opportunitv U express publicly the appreciation of Barbados lo the fiovrnment of Alberta and their Minister of Lands an-. Mfaaaa, the HononraMe N*. E. Tanner who. in a most generous irevtnre o. goodwill to this Island, have made available, wtthowt nvi raal M Barbados their bard earned experience in the oil htawneat I know tbat Mr Tanner visit hncaused him some meonreniene* %  reiatioo to hi^ public duies .n Alberta, but I have the feelbag and the hopThat, the be" made between that Province of Canada and tana Maml. there jre proanacU of further 'ontacts which should be to our mutual 19. It is. of course, impossible for anyone at tinitagc to deliiu p swapoeta of finding oil in largonaantiiiea. I do not at chickens or barrels of oil. nor to build i ties, or .eyen a harbour. pwrl of the proceed* which would ansaTUe !•' the public 1*1 Kiv this: if great wealth is found, then the greatest ana %  minimirc the inflation which .an arnw from loettirani winsnTaua "' %  capital revenue." I have u-d those terms looady. bnt I ted num H will be appreciated that the oil resonrr i try are a valuable Ml "%  >( \phieh. unlit*'' supi*" at in ipnbbnf being renewed. In my opinion, it will be imperative that what I hnv rJrsnod "capital revenue" should mainly b* aaad for capital expenditnre -, that the imrnui rec d rtw nl expenditure is eOBtroJIed to enanre as far as pasntUa that tuiblic v-loped t" H ettent where a iiJinuitm of ravsnaW would entail a substantial reduction in recurrent aeirksaV A. I have said. lam not huibh:.. ite in a speech of this kind, that I should make oine passing refcretwe to oil REVENUE POTENTIAL 20. Let me return to the saaaataaa of the recurrent n nuc Thsy ti*y be capable of being increased by intensification >f revenue collection or by 'Aiilcning the tax field, or by increasfd rates of tax and Juti-.-s. or J:re<:tly and iudirectly from increaacd production. In fairness to all citizen• K desirable that each individual member <: nuannity who is in a poaHiOB to do so should be required 'o pay his Bppropriata *harc towards the purchns. "d "i %  '.Tiimou While few people arou D principle with that view, there seldom coniiiion ground as to what ia the %  at i the varioui ncome l"vclRut before that problev manthal that a Qovevnanent -.hould be aatianV ana ataehinarj at eparatbag with the yreatcsi posHible effirien" thai ita euatoaai Tariff ia r^anawrrieal, aan In Inaaoae tax s*.'hedules properly balanaad. L'l There are, I believe many anomalies within the preaenl Custom' TarUT, and it is fortunate tha' There will be available Baorth • \pert proposaltor a new tariff structure, on a bai bbeou. which in itself would result m >nie ro&aU U ac r a a ae in revenue, but. what i* important, will provide a soasad tariff M the rassVa. It must be admitted tbat the income tax machinery is not operating with the greatest possible emcienov aa, owing TO ;I pnwrassively increasing "luine of work, the onspawtnM -in -.pit* of the most creditable efforts on th? 4 the staff—is mu.-h bj arraav. Al I have indicated arlier. I <:yugtbcning thaae Revenne Department, on whooi W "f our etl total receipts, and I trnst that thev will IKpreoantad lot eonsideration at an early dat • 1 accept the ananas, ahieh ia aa old aAdaao Saaith, that it is bad %  tl policy and bad atatesnanaahip w o take from 'he people in taxation. over, a term of years, more than is required to fulfil the duties and responsibilitiei of Government and to m.ii. priadnni pioaiaaOO for enaergenaiea 1 recognise thai if tuxatiou begins to preaa hardl. BOnuaerce and industry .; %  to r-strict its legitimate scope, then • will defeat its own • and wQI result m ..Inninisbing teiurus. 11. on the other band, th-? returaa nn its investment an indnly genera reater ^hare should aeartal *o the public purs*-. I am well aware thaibe qnaation of taxation muat be eloaoly examined in rdalion to the problem ^ts of living of individuals and that any substantial ineroaae in ruck eoats would n ill in ., 1..wring of the atandardi ol if 'he majority * and my purpose in referring TO thh matter %  preaenl practice of treatIng a lal year ahieh > aa ai trary pcrioxi. as if it wna n rtrimmaiifi unit and .hould aJopi ai p|( a rary Bvaaoproenl DEVELOPMENT on "i economic and a> il lev* lopninitte. [| a sketch plan to provide •i prog 1 and an annually recurrent charge n r of any loan 11 iad I 11 ipaet of the %  capita] ooal *4.0tX).(XK) or roughly J" by the I mted Kingdom aa | bfOf grant %  i ;.i;--ii aad a part "f 'h-fl intial in all development plans that iher.,hnulo thay mnal by their verj nai %  n. aa baa aaaa tonnd i are txiuml tn he affected b\ pbuus were made • an lo uieh i particularly wiafa I I 'inni that th II ioritfes >rrl %  i lopa ipment ol aaad of 'Inijui-i,. for vithoni the national wealth, there an be liti I and a higher standar.! ni in liarbad>s ia far more dihsaull I '' %  '. I aqnara mUoa like Nigeria, bnt the ana valuable suggest ha bia Hnea that the • II best opportunity should be (ajo Thai bruara me t< In line lopa 11 and u -hare policy It outlined apital eost of progiananM Of the aatunal Baahad Part I li ia i review of the ibreaal a it h levehaaeneni : a piau aud its >uld ii' h.iv It la tl %  I at mat i Mure il it %  %  "IT 0| itpU ;. 'i substantial uavelofanani i %  f, the eonunuaity seeh. L"' ibe problen ro A.1 ;# than. i.'.Olkillr I d i %  which directly remunerative in rehltioa to produetha*, WATEri dat the prerei Ita Laaasartaaea J ndsutry u well ondwrstood, but in laet ihere eM *• : •trial where water is not an'easential part r,us "• nlsS mi ch more \ ridb bv no k*. authority than thaajof the Royall Ba tda |„ a pamphlet hwued bv th. DepemU on Watt i th* final paragraph reai:tons-Tving water nature' wa> ia no m ..il-watcr-plaotsanimal loaaflaa offer. -^ natural %  7" rvaaature To p-raaa. ..•Jf" 'lookina. sligbtiaej i T I'""' i*elj with tle varving umia nd for lh. future i '""' ,l 'ha%  in them U The Rankine C i bi-K-k i •hAllenr ity of -v-' aa*J pronaaad *ster satpplics and l bul owing %  %  b ting a competi-ii! wnter aaffa prepaaaXioa of a .heaae. f trust that progress FOOD ^earw re cxamin.ng the q% wSon 'ignre of 0 ver 41.100.000, it ia tha aeooad iarnvti liead representing ov he oatt total xpendture. It ^ata ^nnahl7as much as the total cost of Uw and orut tre should be satisfied that ns -sible thi.. Island is -If snip? in relnt >d reqnirementa I anderatand there haa been m aJJ? in "real" wages iu recent years winch natural [eneral [aa ppsaer, bnt if ihere Ban dvanee in the production of pnaaa will rfaw and thi ben If my m^ I that tl euiand and thai food prhaj unduly high and threaten lo rrac further, M lial lo oavaaafaneni axtnand oropi ndeavonr to obtain some ataUllty in food priceal b nv reason, The llsbcrtnen limit tas for, aa BM said ;<. me. to brine In more tl )| m ^L? 'humbug.'' is it unite invprnotaaable for privab enterprite to ftni anarehj r 'pmntity of Rah could be purchased .it fair praea refrigerated f>r later consumption when tl | man I ipplyt (! if anefa a %  ehctne la bund I I doubt. ;. there anyuM reason why there ahottld not hi rernmanl participation in one ionaoffc othei Soaaa waeka ago, 1 learned Ihere waa a glui of carrots and thatoafi avited all and lundry to help thcniaclvea. There mn-t .. %  beenaw eonaiderable waste which might have been avoided ii carrots, .is manyafc vegetab V7e an apandlng "a >.,H .,, suiKidizmg salt ,| >, ati ^^ norfc. Could not thai mon for the lenehrf Darbadlnna" The quick ananrer l have been ..hnannnn bat the ultimate price to the ma m maj ba haaher, H Mu' h Ea bejinr done lo eneoui he .adinai holdings in relation to the grov :,r *rn% eoaasani oldinayj ichni which are being presentlj KUeuhere they iiave been >aetr> and it may be monej well rial here by adopting aw. mes "ii Crown laud t' \f operateil by 'he DepBrnaMd Agricultnr.' famillef in relation to taafM fifteen acres each holding b ing fitted oul with a penuini'm autoauahal head irrigation system baaed ai Mitral pumping atntlon 36. I realise 'bat -a.m.' ol tliewp ideax may IM< nebulous, but I t'eelthhtal relation to preaenl conditions ;u\ potential development it would be review thoroughly even aujfbof f I prndm-iion, of mark>-ting and of anil blltinn. TOURIST INDUSTRY %  i". lu turning to the qu ^tion *\ I lirstati ndtlatrs. HI the Islnuu. Ihc tourist iaaaan First, 1 nhould dis-1 tnpraaeh 'ins qucauon with prejudice ft have experi-ii. %  oubted beneflti ral %  my of tatr>M w country. With thoae aho obji II prin tourist industry I barai understanding, for the Britisn re anaaaf a developed tourist induatry %  an strengthen the general I'conomj of usnl without raisinii tha eoata of living, than we should nnk our pi eusinj* number nf pajh rep: what appeal I table wishing to visit this Island. W. My thesis i, Mint in present eirenmstmn %  s th. -ii' s-ifnl ^vf>lonw{ of the tourist indusfry doponda on Ihc general dcvelopinenl of l: rbadot cannot be undertaken in isolation, h depends to some v nt "ii the ment of water and of food, on tranapoti racilitiea, on hotel fn<-ilitiea, avt Irwinrng .f servants, on tin availability of skilled and semi-skilled labaH the development of local handicrafts, on rerreatioiml facilities, ami many cl .'actors, ff all tine-, thing* art 1< piuentphtH then a tourist Induatr? should thrive, bul it mi Uotemai assist in .ne orjuorwayto which 1 shall refer later, SECONDARY INDUSTRIES 99, The development if wcondarj industries is dhshfl Bail) to the lips, but, aa l have f d from p %  :i.uee, in difficult to implement nnleaa a bold ooUaj ii adopted, I inggeat the first pofarl u, b settled is whether direct i r indirect Uoaafl ment assistance ia requir I to indue.private enterprise whether dana icaa — whether a major company or a small partnei^ldp. or enai individual to uni'crtnke new industrial ventures in tins Island, and if a,a -1 such aasistanc 10 I promt • %  aplain briefly the |H>lic\ adopted k-where nal [ndge ii il could and should (>. %  applied her m K.rbaoai '.. plan waa divided int %  I ipitnl nnd r. i ei A very hi Iheeated from finGeneral w :uao>a ibl< Por loana t" prr rimt sum was divi d into iwotiat. The major portion was to 1, ( ,, | • %  „,. rena^aatti ated '" an independent Revolving Kund tn m uinur schema^ mdtisiriol developmenl n relation u %  nail panncrsliipa and individoah iaiance, ii took ihc %  opted, of" dlowinc: (a interest free | lefcrred repaymants of principal; "etnis.ion of Import %  pe.-uliar a^ HKII.' (di caai ,. rax rates in the liixi years n the iinderialamK^ special .l.-pre, latino idlounm-es in relation to particular hnssal II I would like to explain iu further detail the Revolving Fundi" : Rt believer ill tl i \ lopmCOt < ns If I had to choose between one scheme e>si iii. .iiMi.iHMi and liftraaa < should prefer tinlatti i -\ oomi .vritt maj .. •hrespwai applicant ami th. main mb.-r :: . %  :b sounoaa* Main u, ii irsi %  %  In. the* "•'nK invent lak ,. M )n h ''' %  t *y, baa* SatolaH we t ken. bnt I I to tata nsort .. 1 I ''•" mentiom lation to the murisi iudictn -NeiieaanJ] '"' ... lourisi e\neat •"wards the purchas. ,ntereawa •ball offend nobodv uhen I ...msiiduM and Ihc finish of manv of 'the U-i artielM leave eoasaka* lor hnprovenMnt, have to !*• imported frou quantities of aanaam LIS % %  louriata to Karbadrv lag %  M r: it may I*. well worth uhilc ror this ljuverinneni to invest a few Wj ^ %  JJ" lardoi b-ai haadk^aj^•bdevelopment of secondary industrial' ne sehaw' • in the Uland There is a atterandl %  t could appruprmtel, , tat I hovrrt'f.Tr.-.l. DEEP WATER HARBOUR *wpl ni .i:,hmn< wiiii-;,.,., saa 'l ""<"•"> m •>> . .. ... iun*"* a aaa oa, .t. r, i i in M'"*"** i/.iJpratiou. xM P2 W>M1. : : • O* M „ i :• 1 1



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DAT U ^^^^^ II.MtUADOS .lUVOl .11. CLASSIFIED ADS. PAUl DIED < HAULS* Eatrcsr At A,. 7 JS 4 8ftIr. ^^. !.•*• n**~<*•" w" ia„ ud -" %%  1in""" 1 FOR IIUM HOUSES -'*. to a Dial M. A' OooiiitI app.,,,,,! a 4 s "—• I .-SJ'iS-SL.s. "-?• ."= Amu. Monica. Mr*. E How, Mti. E. OMf3(4 90—in DALLAS. of MeClroii QM Rood*. "'I' "' The f unerr We-ebui' Vrr-.cl.-i-. re naked <-> attend J^ti— ihuateeid'. Beeumnnt. %  ml *^*d M %  — ..-*—. Hruco imd wort, S*" •" %  "" '"""'M.4.M F 0II SALE noti TIVE LS^T dnw-lwJ. i*"" rtooon. W?^—inton with two r*tra t>.e "*c larW**t : SB, it'..]..,; : %  mawm v ., room rM %  %  .. Phon. „,, ^ H.4.M E KM S bMroum. dirilng '-"trie li*| I installed. CUrtoBUNOALOW, ehm FTt _ %  _, '"" ro-d. Jia.tm !" ^'i^f.T" m 1 u *flfOttw. nutnJiw w.t„ down %  ( %  In with i lurthor pwrtlculan dial I Linu H.mlltnn. at L.w„ J" o. tinlutnlUKM. I hniror--. No don. Apply to Mt M.r.thon. St. UwretK* bl| | ^ : t ii IWIIILBUCE of Mr p c w \t,o„ ssi? ,. K ~* i '>->^-.!, ",o;". '"" ;" 1 %  "• %  ">'• W. ||„t,l N>J •l numlht. For fonhor porticul,,,. „ m WI !" I h !" • •* ana .lw "J?_ ...-10n '"tod In Arch. 1L.11 St 5" S"J^ M patw. '. Mr V. SHU ot Boon IU1I s. !" "' 33 I 50 Jr. B.V\TE AN ASKBTANT HMr MM (ot --"— " —'••' ..VSSS?"'* .•""" ulVllon. -no r M '.r ——~ -. 35 cS-s-^^'*^-%  -•^^. Chrwi aiuKlv B.4.M-*. UQttDIAT,Y ;... ... ,, .^^^^ 33 4 JOn %  '-'i.TNi;!!; An mtrfMIc ofllcr mMMfitwr 'M.i, or ututl afl^ ..„„ ipn. nai and wiUini lo work POTWB wh lMifr of rfccn. io Th tnlral AuCltm M*n. HARBOUR LOG IN CARUSLE BAY M ui S Apply in :!'.,-'AMIJI.I MISCELLANEOUS SM 1MB Chcvroh-I S*0oon Car •t*S^ cooditlon. A1-..0owner 23 4.50—4n APPU; C! I Jf^VL ^P 1 ? 1 •"" %  3 %  %  nd 4.00 p m pcro CAL facrnic n 1 M, 9 tMO. TO-DAY It (1 { i^iiwatw CO L*D I.l P* 33.4.SO—Jn THE BV.NGAIX)W-M.-w.lli Chn* n!!i i ^Brooiiu. Water. 1 .t tint %  W..kln-n. Erin H-UI. BUhcp. Court l M.4 10—Jn. LMi^m —Milliard ttdIo — 11 •nUi: !" L •an V; 1.4.90-31.. OK WaaUmhouao R*, ft. 'In KOud worklnf T. Alldn. I(obuck t> 33 4 S0-3n. VEST0CK il> Al|>.'~ Apply to URNITURE OLUftf—Correct CJfflc Porture Chii three point jdjiuim^nl to gKf I noaturr and nuiximinii comfotii HH with c*tor-. T GEDD1S ICTLTD. 38.4. SO-li ISCELLANE0US PIULII: SAun AUCTION : % % %  ; %  %  % %  n:-"^..;"-.:r-::;',' '£ %  ;;!,; CASS. "" a "*• lWd *TKM18 ARCHER McKENZir. 3B.4 IO—Jn. Ii wiu oBtrior •!• by Public ComntlDAY Bth. 2 um "I my .>mc VICTOHIA STRttT Wtl •QIUil* feet of land a nRITTONR CTOSfl ROAD. ST MICHAHT !" ; S3 4SO~5n ITIU.ir VIM II IS "£25 '**"> %  '•rnod by obuintnf onion tor pnvoto Chrtitmoa Corda fron rour Mono. No prwtou. nrpmencnorroary. Wnp, todw Io bo.oUrgl fr ""Wo Boo. to BrlUln-, u,„„ ,„ t.irmon PublUhon: hlchtot tommumor. ourvoiiou. amn =-ki„. opportunlr, o^ W ^^* l ^^*0V l ctor, HARRISON COLLEGE "in beam i %  cmiioii for rin 'i.d lbs Khoo. will b i> lire, da*. l. K. M MALONE, Secnrlary, Governing Body. Harrison College s ,s Department of Educatioii :tlh April. 1990. : ; .-I Id Dial 3*47. %  BAU. fIF HOUSE ralloH Merlon, -ilunte at Bay Street which wot %  el up lor aalo on Thundfy i aa t w.i IXM'PUf.ed and WUI take place On Wednesday next Mth Imtead. B^wiil be sold to the higheet bidder. D'ABCY A. SCOTT Terme. i I aAXSOQRUS ror the latf-t In Atere., rLOWi-HS FTIATHEKS. (EJOIIES and _JTT RIPBON^ -i K WvS MI i'.Vi., lln-id SI. At -i M -: % %  %  JtXSk-uiM Cattle Bi tfeeep. Boat* and ttoreea. CcmUtn. arj(or ii"xl rontret health. C. F. Hj-rrUnii' ft 14. 39.4.90—2n i^^^Kx I.O. Imun>ve. ltd. 39.4.80-2D %  in i. ii i providfalM. En.h ( -%-.:. A, Til. H.-. C -ild n. c F ft Co. Ltd. 34.4.90-Jn ,,( ... ptfdi ii.. appl] 1M0] Dial 3BM %  I M -In ru lOTJDMB • 334.50—4n PPAIVIS II ..dram llendanon %  parable foreai Gretn '.-., %  coloun. ipedal oaeternpii. PnlnU M S4 ln. ae Hne 35 4 3ft-13n 1.90 (In. They i I W1U, In good condition 9 ft lh deep pump nt n*l Air. I Gap. " Michael. Telephone IS.4 S0-4n. AMOU ninae Vatieiv i •* %  t rveeteed Ii W. Banow. Phone 8IS44i09 %  i i m : fARn*... p|y Genuine Tllnrh Rubber M !" nl •Declal lo* el k* iMi o w lu'TriimaoN ^^^^ %  feW 4233 ii 4 r-i In IAINCII t taner (fftT aultaJ %  Wark Tht\ ; e*n" and nre |ujrt the right "Mre rtNi.Y -1 .-jell O h IUlUaUf90N ft CO LTD. Dial 23 *.Wt 3n. i HAVE BBN Inatrucled by Mr* Kdiui %  'h her entire lot of household lumituro whlob i-.-.0s with malt re aaai. uble. one %  1 mahoejaiy rocker, one II i manoganv (tremnii table, a •love, mirror, anl olher ilema of int.,. raeh. 31 4 50 D-ARCY A soyrr 1 IIAVK BEEN ln*tnu-led lo eel up %  iKCiudfliC Din one (It Anal II. - %  'ie Chexrolel I %  31 SO 9n REAL ESTATE %  i^ol l.riitr .ill II. Iliim ireet. Bridfetown, on Friday the HUt cLiy of April its* at 3 p.m A Dwelling h.,u> (formeriv the lanagari iim.-of OootUond Planta t-wii In the Partwi with the land on which it aland* ronl.ilnlng by iidmeaiurement I Acre. 3 Perches or th.reiboui-iiiv day between ID o m • k noon. Tor further particulars and Condlllona of Sale, apply to the m-leniKiKii "IXIGKTON" Road. St. Michael. rtatwUn*; on 9.970 tenure feel of Lend The house It bu II I Ina fallery. drawing, dining, aiding and breakfast room*. Pantry, kitchen. V C and bath downstair-. 4 hdtvlUl runnUag u.iteri upilalrf. 1••.' daj ee> I •* %  %  Street Hridgetown the 5Ui Hay 1990 nl I p m CARRINCJTON ft SjEAl Y Solicitor. 33 4 SO Ub offer Glo 1 DBD TRirTK TYRJ i: 47 14 X 7: 948.B9 %  %  : 999 39. Aulo Tyre Co. 39 4 90—4.1.n rtD CHAHOmm Another. 1*4 l 1 Houae and the land therein conUlnlng by admeasurement 3.011 Mjuare feet or thereabout* sltu-te '' SpnSt Bridgetown. Inapavtlon any da>i •/•cept Sundays. HI Hpplleatlon on the wrn.'.e. For further particulars, a.d Condi lona of Sale, apply to the unlerwgned: COTT1X. CAT! i M 4 M' Mn QUEEN'S COLLEGE The ncxl term at Queen College wij begin on Tueaday the =n. :: •30 a.m.. a ,,d the school will be l| *I*IOII for the entire day. D. E M MALONE Secretary. Governing Body. Queen, i/oll,*,%  %  irlinenl ol E4ucel ^r;'4ih April. 1950. 29 4 50In NOTICE v i i n or iT. PEl F. ..nuad by the Pool 'aw Guardiana ror tnr Atmehouse a fully qualiled Nurse r.ipaUo of taking charge of Midwifery -TV pacani Aopllcanta must prevent theiuelvee. WIU. Birth CVrtlflcte and credentials to >l his leatdence -Ros.-v.il-/Si i-rter on or before April 39th up to Signed O. 8. < %  I Clerk. Poor Lw OAiardUna, 21 \ H PB lleiinetu. Sc*. Kverd'eae. Sch. ateaiHie. Gordoe. Sch Pnnceea Loulac. Sch. MaMalay II. Sch Klary E. Caroline. Sch 1-d-dy Noeleen. SchMolly N Jortea. 9eh. '•">" D Wallace. Sch United Pilgrim S ^ch. U*y Zolleen, Sch. (.lona Henrveita. 5.S Canadian Cruiser. S* Queen Ann MV D aarw u ool. SS Johllla. Sch /lesiandrlna R.. Sch Freedom Fleai? \BUUV*eUSchooner Emetine. 71 tor. Clarke, from British Guiana. Agent* Schooner Owners' Asaocia/iou -wood. 193 ions net. Cap. Stric.land. from Grenada. Af> Monroe 4 S S Bonaire. IJUT toe* net. Capt Heide from Dover. AgenU: S P Uuteon. hon 4 Co. Ltd. M V Gold Ranger, i..9 ton* net. <-pt Parker, from Granada; >A4miralt> DIPAKT1I9K1 Scnooner Mary M LewU.. (. tons net (opt Marshall, leu Biitlah Guiana AgentsSchooner Owr-ers' Aapoetaaios. Arriving by S.S. Bonaire—from Dover Blood worth—Florence Lllv. In Touch With Barbados Coaat Station Cable and Wirelea. el Mar. S AHuwa. s S Nueve. AndalurU. S S fllva R D. Greig. 98. Tlata. S S I.unna, SS. llaaelonhauan. s^ vv ; 1 ^rnahurg. S %  Pol^tAOar. SI VardrfJeU. S S lug-ano. S.S ScottWi MuslCtan. S S. SUhvaUey. S S. Gold Hanger, %  S 1'iugua.v. S S Ekeo GiHBiarrMU SS EUto, as. Atlantic Africa S S. laauiiis Swanaon, SS Wide Awake. S.S. MarmBcrry. S S AUteUCsne, S.S. Minwhit. ss. CaJitroy. SS Imperial Toronto. S.S. Abcia. S 9 Cleveland Seawell \SaUYAl,S—By B.W I A Fr.m ANTIQUA Alfred Prom GRENADA Hubert Marquita Btxora. Freleda Marlii Meiwlea. Kenneth TJsylor. "iriKIIKI,-., II VI I i i fur TTUXlDADi aaileen OnOVanOI Vernon Millar. John Mcl^aftan. Manuel l^rrara. Harry Oman. Yoland 10X9*111. • .-. FlUAIlan OiUlng. Ynne 9 (red la-g*Jl. Alonua legnc EMtn la>all. Hugh Woodinc. K C Fkarence HUt. C CaUTip*. Kuthner Murmy, H. Kuglar, E S.t>lt • For liKlTISH OUlAl\ A Oeera*j|. ChrlatDpner Doane. Sarah Deuiw P-^liert Green. Pamela Wickhftin. Mgtth Wirkhaiii. John Mllllken. H-" l.elmer Qarlson. Cecil atpvti %  Clirlstopher Fleicher. Kathleen Fletcher (.Otlll\>IIM \ou i: II WUt i IKK Aki TEND:: .,| to equip th* uxouud IOQC t.f The Pubiic Library with adequate fluoresrcnl "fMlat Detailed informatu'n icquiremcnu may be from the Public Librariin. %  ltd envelopes hould be addressed to the > Board of Trustees, Public Library, and must rem-h him i Monday May 8. 1940. The Trustees do no! >. :i:e lowest or any ,end r M.4.50 —2n. BoMta L On children's cuts, scratches and abrasions use 'DETTOL' THE MODERN ANTISEPTIC \ i : D as*, i P A is D STAIN Blood. Simon SHIPPING NOTICES t ouuadiun NtiUorjiiJ Steamships: 90LTBBOt'ND ADY PCJiNEY MiJiTMBOlN'i l-ADV .VSUON M M 1 31*t May ."(it,. ?!. %  9th June lOUi ITth June 39th STth Jui SKA May 17.-. M — %  June Ith July Jun Tth *..g 31*1 — leih Bth Aug. I3t* ftjsg N.a aubjaat lo change without notice ben* Pueenger rare* and f.-eighi 'rd with cold storage cha^aGARDINER AUSTIN & CO.. LTD. AgenU. JA HARRISON LINE OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM: SS s s s s Vtaatl VST' ETER" I .Mill i : U'V'SER" From London London lg the wood working •-..... % % %  >ir of this Ronald Tree. %  Barbados FriendlyFootball Association TO-DAY-8 nXTURJaS ut OBBH w at tasn %  • !•* u, Si Lauesrd t. Hefere* Mr C Mr. J. Aacber. Wavell Sports Club v* Hauklifle at tin Hay. Helerew Mr. ej. Graiiduaun USED TO DREAD WORK NOTICE UNTIL* Re Estate of 1XWIS GOMTB GOBI JON MOORE Deceased NOTICE is hereby given that ail persona having any atabt or claim again.) %¡ r lOeotinfl iha .--t-iirof Lewis G %¡ den Moore docaaeed late of Station 9 -wish Of rhdnt Michael in I itellred lauice Sergeant of Police Hand who died at SI iJoreeaMI on the I9UI day of April. 1MB .lequntnd lo send In ,*i %  itawted '.i %  %  : .. ,. Bth, Solicitors. iindgeiokvn, on oi i Hat >Lf May. !*. after lucewd <'• distilhute the ;i,.u of the deceeawd ajiaons the [Kirties rntltlod thereto havlnj; re0 ..Ii cL.mit of which I fOinll I .,1 not be.asaeta or any part thereat '0 'llstrlb-Jfi |0 .IIV pireod of wh.HW claim % %  %  rtoria Indebted to the said %  quested to -ettle thru* in debtedneaa without dalay. Baaed thla 19th day of March 1990. MILDKKD AGNES JERVIS ..L'..iH-;ri.irix nf the EeUte i l laF.U'lS GOMaVt t.OhMXJN UOOBJL ssjwad 31.3 t0~4n. NOriCE \ POUT ION of a Coroanut Eatate in St LUCIA 399 to 499 act. proximetety 5.O90 bearing rocoanul tree* and many young treea. Unplanted lanl • ultable for cocoa, oocoamat* and bananas Situated T miles from Castries on Government main road which runs l' ( milea through the land. Eaccllenl housesite 900 feet above sea-levrl with ~ .-veil-Ulnjf apruui near by liet TiCltl .'...lUble fr-iin power plant on nearby eetabr. Apply Q L llARFORO. Norwood. SI Jar/sea 3D SO en Re Eatale of MARY PRANCES MILjXR Deceaaed i hereby given that aU perlonh*%1ng any debt or claim ngainel thsj FMate of MajiFrances .—d. tate of School Lane. Hall* Ro.v-1 In (he IMII.II of Saint Michael In this Island. Spinster, who died a School Leme aforeanld on the nth day of Janiuu-y 1990. lire requeated to send In parilrAUArs of their claims duly atteeled to the uiMleistgnad Ejltn men Co llean Hajnaa -. Griffith. Soli.Hora. No 1 -v flridgetown. on or before the Jtal day of May. 1960. after which date I shall proceed to distribute the atm-:-.eased among the p-ruee enui to ha\-mg regard only to such cUima uf lall then have had notice and 'i.ihic for the asaeta or any p.trl thereof so distributed to any perron vi wbus* del %  ,.TBona indebled to the raid eatate are requeated to selUa ihclr In' delay Daledthlj lath day of March 1990. H 'IOt-A BLDtMAN QuaJifted ExecuUla of the will Of MARY PRANCM MIlJiR deceaaed. 31 3 90—4-,. KVBBTON Situated on Top Rock, Christ Church iNestt to YeovUton) n rougtiH ftalr Acre. A deJlghtful new mnejern Realcence. havlnc three Bedroom*. \ Uit* liuiifte, Dining room, mofwr. kitchen. Te fullv tiled Bath 'J1 Toilet A choice of a fourth bedroom If twinge becorneg Lourufe-Dining room. Oulatde. Two Servant* Quarter*. Toilet and Bath. Two Car Geres**. Frioe E4J90 or neareat For further particular* -pplr: Ralph A Beard. Hardwood Aller n, %  9SH mt W> -J,) No wondar thla nrnn dreaded tjolng to work, for rheumaUo pains la bis MOW made it torture 11 he loela iitif i than aver and work la a pleasure, aa he tells ID lila letter : "1 bad been Bufferingfrom rbeumatlarn very badly and had guch pains In my arms 1 ncaxcely knew how to use them. Then I waa told lo try KrOfteaMB Salt*. a panren os wnoee I BBd After USlBtf 0B0 bottle I •hall not then ha*. [ found relief. So. of tuuree, 1 have (in with It, am now tliorettW *nd have never felt ao fit for yean, l U9*d to feel miserable and slugifleh. but now It 19 a pleasure to work inataad Of adread.'--S.R The pain" nd fltlffne*a of rheumattrim are uaunllv ^auaed %  of eiceas uric ax^ld la I Ineya and Other Inteailnal organa to regular heallhv action so thai .11 the •icese uric acid la i , . When ihn' • i ret mred if you an matiam. %  ORIENTAL t.oons ( I KIOS. JIHU.IIKi III! l"lvl: TBAKWOOD -ASIIAI.. IVUKV. ETC I ll \si BBOS. K.\MI.,II.I!I. LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE The application of Bemetta Cnppin. holder of Liquor License No. 60S of 1990. h ,anted to her in reaper! of Jaa, Medford In reapect of a 3-sto.es stall corner of Wilson Hill. Si. J> mission to uae MM Liquor bottom floor of a 3-storc; wooden building at Nelson Street. '_ i<> Dated this >4th day cif April 1*30, MORRIS, Eaq.. Ag Police Magistrate, Dial. "A Slgoad BERN ETTA COI'PIN. Applicant NB—Thla application will be considered at a Licensing Court to be held ot Police Court. District "A", on Thuraoa>. the 4th day of May, 1999. at II o'clock, a m. D. D MORRIS. Aft. Poll" MegiWrete. Dial "A M • •"! %  Waa. Dla 11 M*r MM Tin. cimj) TSSJUI STORIFK JBjRBI TOLO ... '.r1 £ "'•' %  % %  ' %  •... ; I riTORura*. ABOUT JBMJS I. •oroe of tbe Miracle* thnl Jeeu> did, iiaqtiMing ii (oloured onea< .1 'N> AN A B C OF TOYS
in ILU1M. RECENT ARRIVALS— A Small Shipment of COMFORTER QUILTS Chintz and Satin Covered in two sizes. HlfOAim \\ si:irrii4\ -..iciN -MM KIM... pal iss ask ^II MasM l I V .11.' W loe in WSM. Blur. Ij-mou & p, n Mr, prr >d. mnrtai nt un.r, ,nuiii...iour Ms ssak Will KIHIMIN in Rid. llla.k. Nivj ami (ircrii III ADI .M.MIE SPORT WKAR IOK l-\l)lrS 11 Mil mioviiw 11 muss SHOP. LET US SUPPLY YOU WITH EGG NO' HEINZ MAYONNAIsr SAI.AH CKKAM I'EANl'TS in Tin. oil. nums^ CHOWS.' CROWS? CROWS? CHOWS? CROWS WIIAI ? CHOWS i.ist.iiitii



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rl M,l)AV APRIL 2C,'19:o nJ.CForlO WAS:i: juaMlMlli Navj -< aaahewa, i, Truman, too Cumohrt f April 25. Franbehalf "t PrP!i" "cw members •T^iJv.l aircrud lost in tin £ %  " April %  (Stations sent to the relative 11 ,,.., Ihe mlinif man Viarl •-T ~, ".I BARBADOS AUVOCATK Governor Opens 1950-51 Legislative Session PAGE SRVEN lssing men had assigned tasks with JjSeand skill on a | ^_J5T and had rendered "outSg service to the Navy and rtheiTcountry.rmliVnTruman yesterday ^_-d resoluUon authorising ffTiards which had been pilotidtknufb Congress to the White ouie within five days. h received unanimous approval !_-both the Senate and the {jj£* of Representatives. —Renter. 15 SOCIAL SERVICES-CAPITAL noontiBc to <•! n Hold eeoaoane deTelopteeni plan re) now being underlet with a bMkgrOUttd, 1 hope, In The Legisluliire Yesterday COUNCIL HID in* laMlaUtive COUD l^taaaraa a MNMi WM irccivnti in.rn TOOMBOT lellina <>f hia appointment IL.1I, ; D Chandler a. Preaidrm — f^Caawol in place of Ihe Kon'Llr I o tracer* who haa mined. iMSMr M WII* loM of llw appoint^ToTllr. J. A. Mahon by H.M. Qov_Banant, lo aeree aa a member of inc fta**! for BT year*. DOCUMENTS BasatMU %  •"d w r u>c Annual HeMoj W Department of Science ana %  %  SON 'or !!>• jrar IMS—W; ihe %  a the Government Barter lo loan-a J %  laboratory for Ihe year of the Department i w lor the period 1*1 April. 1M U Annul. !***• Quarterly Iteiunt _. %  fjartmu In Rm 10 .llit March. lSMj. aj the aWrchandue MarkHulea. i. A tatter from Udy Hutaon we* n groanf tnanat fur tha Hcvolulion -jeaatov *enl her (>> the Co Mi the death f her huiband Sir "Hutaon. a former President of the %  MBit G. D. L. Pile presented a I'eU%  u ihe Council on behalf of the ghat, of the Proproaatinn of the Goapel tartan paru, under the common *eal Uw Society and of Ihe 11 .. 1,.,, , ". '' % %  '; I ha" after a .l,„ri red • ...m,,,. """ U ,H "" M > %  "•P* '" %  <' pre,,,,..... „i "'" tin. !" wh£h aXATrt mpri S3.01UT, uwrraar h,. r rrvruitea hf ing of v ''" l'i n ramenl To apmion wonM be %  Aw.-iil. OF.NERAL '• A1 .111,1 mi openine, then iii ba „ %  ,n,,i, i„ r your conudfrtlino in tkn SOMIOO. I havo rafwn li ud I ihonld 111,-ntiou bn ronomio inatt.r. • i, Unifled Currency for the Butern I Itntisn CwibbMn I ondentand tha 1'rcpantorv Comra tta work and the .Iran lulls are now being ptaaent.-.l to eaah ol the II iii-'iits conaorned, I .li„ul,l iiiiutinu nisi, thai Bxeautire Comatttca haa approved iu principal the ectablialiuirut of a Pnhlia I'tiliti.w Board for it ion is reparad II will not detain von loan ra/er briedj In one mrthcr relopawnl -unatBanl in eoodirill Morei wan faith, horn and i..inn mare needed than to-day. Ooarrty in oar , %  ,,t the hope in our future; and faith a ud othara In aakiac tkfl %  %  rii.i.ios—whether liy birth or bj adonth i u reaidenee lo oome 1 11 %  friendly cooperation an,I mutual nnderal un an unnundful of the diffietiltiea. but I babeve thai li lo „„.,r *'• l ,,l lll > f niaijnderatandiiip and, il apiUed onaaioueneaa of liavirur at leant aarred roar OBBfery well. . I new declare the hgatlattre Seaai pen '.,,,. Aunigntj t.od m your aeUbentiona Stiff joints? Aches? Sprains? Just apply Sloan's Liniment lightly and — You will feel Sloan's dolnj you good it once. It icu quldly — soothes and comforts and drp/ea out all inflammation. IMK >M TNI riciuai w M. ntu M tea eacair. SLOANS L miment*,^; HOUSE IHOTt-lvm AdSTrama, oieveii Addresses And Questions IN THE HOUSE Mr Bryan gave notice of the following Addresses vestcrdav The Rouea „t AaaembU be. to draw to the attention of You, Excellency the dovernor that there Is m existence certain maps and surveyor's plans, showing a Public Road along the leading trom Lower Fontabellc. Lands End, Old Burial Ground. Goodland, Brighton. Spring Garden, Danesbury, Walmer Lodge Hie Fort. Beta Roek and Proapec where the above road joined th, Black Rock Road. The House fully lency take ot Asaemblv Max that Vour Excelimmediate atepa te i' n 2 '", ""' 0{ae having tor its object. the v*ich uc dovmiwiii. ir n repairing, and (2) the reatorln. Z"SaF3TVT2£Z ? J ^"^ "• • of ta?^".. aae ol reateniay whun tha Uou aajajhly bald lla flrrt ineeyUiyj y t. 1 laid Use foilowlna:— part of tha Depertmenl of Aanculture for the year a. lUpart on the Ceoverruiitvit Uucterioloai and PaihoaOhpcal Uelx>ralory for ISM rty Return of Tiai>ait<>lllal lilt Manh. UN Raport uf tha Dajpartment of rid.u-.-i %  far tha period in Aianl. JtHS •_ lAugtaa, IfMS Road. Hi-: %  *-' fa, leaawlac aaUcaa were slven. Utfatki: la*olutk>n to maker It •r a Vaatry to laaae Land within *Java* for anperiod not exceed. I B yaara and ibaM aoy mch k. be batdtns oa the -.cceu, %  of Ike aald patrlah The House of Assembly Insk Your Excellency to send down legislation to the Mouse to provide for the establn I lishment of J ( purchatng depot for Home Industries and Handienta tnd) for sale of same. The House of Assembly aisa ask that Your Excellency make provision for sending a Government omccr to Canada or the U.S.A. for the purpose of exploring markets for home and cottage niduMm g. %  : Kavaokitlon lo tavnctlon _• Rule* entitled "Tha atark* Hulr,. 1940' H....1D by %  on the let April. 19S0. un-ft, Adam*. Bui u> amend tha De %  "Wanoe and Asricultura Act. hSM: BUI to amend theFteacu^.^la-. Act iav: ff"t' BW to ""'">d hr Public W M Panason Art .1SB7 Aafcvfli. Bill for pi.uia.l, kg .i,,. cu %  e* traaa and for purpose* In tun „--* tharewllh. ft. Aaawaa: BUI to pn>\-lo> for the 2j !" • panalon to Uouslaa Ardan STt^*^', Su "W Of the PanJ* Uan Bank In thla Ialuul %  ; **."" %  = "U lo author*-* Iliaa.,\ %  !" cuuva Committee lo IM J*n GeeaaTTunarit landa to the Oov. Hooj t>I OSaoeDarBTBlral lottOO. M*-. BLU to nntrnd th Widow '**•**• Penat,.,, Art. lnfi %  n*^; ""^ of BiU to amend H Oaa Worka Act lf.11 L.^£ lM 'i : BUI ' 1*1 1" %  ft ft. John for OarlsUan Know^*-*; BUI lo tnoorpo.ate the J*" Youth Nmwnant LT SL*^ •"• r-ad a flrrt time L.'T a y.-* t ** !" "* of faldraaac. ^ft %  **** %  dub. etc., KhoUrahlp. ft* at Queen. Collea*. %  btponalon •f* "oraaj Payment for Rnquir*ajav r-aequltoble dletrlbutlpn of *• **• Watery tn v)lrtn i, .Tu, -e-tlon to lha \J!!^.T """' -ojlreaae* £*V*? whit -undpipe.in W. T^--sssswriJKi !" * aracUan of a feoaricaatlnc Mtmai gav. not,,*, ad drat-ara ^W , Inaumnc. Scheme by B^^T-STA^L?* Workman-. Corn^ The House of Assembly respectfully ask Your KxtHleiiLv !'>wn legislation (I) That %  Bog Se.i.mc under Ihe Woricrnen'a Compensation Act be lk|] ovsa and operated by the Government. <2) That a WMOU for third party insurance l)e put Into operation. • • • The House of Assembly respectfully nsk that Your Exceli nil to the Hour* tion to provide for (1) for compulosry education (2) :i free daily hoi m< ( .) ajad two BUitl I pupil who .1 I'lementaiy school, and in need of s.n Mr follot Mnpp gave notice of the ing Addresses:— Act 1947 is too small for ihe purnMda. ,,, H,r, > ,u Ur ExcelSscrctan le-Mloeahn,, ol the amounts j.rufunds so as to (iroyide for tin inerense in Labour % %  Ol AssetnMv H'-lHVtful,. end down leg* the near futurt i i > i^roviding for employees in all branches of Irtdugl •• ind otbi i %  uniiar to i obtaina for public employees ca making it iHegal for gj lo Px> refused employment because of raca, creed or political opinion. Iihat thaaa teachers, already too Ismail in number to deal effectivcKab the several groups of children .in their charge, are further hampered by .,: mental syllabus that js coiiMdered overcrowded and in some cases unnecessary? 3. Is the Government aware that many elementary school products are leaving school without adequate knowledge of the basii 3 Its. and totally unfitted for the demands of good citizenship %  4Is the Government prepared to investigate '.he working of the elementarv M liools v.lh %  view to Ascertaining Uu ten of agegrouping and cuiilinuin : such experimentation in the l>efore the staffing, ..urn and •iiuipment are provided? The House view with [he extent to which this colony depends on imported commodities, i ..n. of which can be produced locally in greater quanta) 2. The House request Your Excellency to investiga:. near futun tha possibilities ol this defect in the island's economv by tt %  tion of a wider diversification of town crops and the WrtaMtahmant of small industries to process such products. 3. The House furthi i Your BtwtcaUenej. as I %  UibuUon ol land, to further un .s of dividing on a co-operative basis among persons of local descent The House would draw u< the uUenUOD "I Vour Kxccllency that ra many WUN. draw sub-standard wag) colony, and whose plight has become worse since the Increased cost ol living. The House request Your Excel%  and down legislation providing for a minimum wage for employees sufficient to ensure than i reasonable standard of living. Mr. R. G. Mapp gave notice ot four question* when the UoUM of Assen.i . day, are 1. How man'. ployed m the construction of the new runway at Scawell? 2. Have they all bee) ed through the Labour Department? 3. If the answer to (2) is 'No', will the Government say how many of these have beat. cniitadt 1 Is il a fact that th. crimination in ihe wifi workers and in favour ol worker! from outside the colony? 5. Is it a fact that workers employed at this runway have been ern forced to work for longer hours n !" V?55 nlce of an add***. •ft Soaaph " ephon *• T ,, _.v*e notice of addreeahe Court of Criminal Ap wy£ssa2 u "-^?*1*lo l ajld Uie 1 £? %  "> ia^Ln 1 from Lower a land owncd DV obs ( '"tcc proud of ensuring that cash crops other than cane are produced on such co-operative holdings. The House respectfully request Your Excellency. In view of the unemployment situation in this colony and that which faces employees in the sugar industry e out-of-crop season, to %  nvaaufata 11 mechanization in the industry on employment in it; (2) What steps should be taken to minimise the which mechanization %  at! i .uisexi The House are rjl Oft Dial Ilu amount allocated to ih. ^^Und 't G acraa SWatai "^na:— What steps, f to mplemeiit Ihe follOV (i) A scheme foi Hfc Insurance devn Thus Address was | I (2) A system of araauated Liquor Licenses. This A.ttln-. ,|. i i thai House on 20th September 1949. What progress has baan mad artlgn with the Addrea i <: 111 August. 194!t. re loans (ai the purchase/ building ol torn* (b) vatatloiial '' 1. Is Governmem n w.i.e of disappointment and among Da sloned by Ooverni i'. to set up I striction Board as reque i 2. If the answer Is ;n aiive. wil) Governotenl I i Mary lagkua! The House of Assembly vieu with much nancero ;b. dinaeull land situalion taking place In this colony. And with the desire to encourage a larger Peasant Proprietorship, respectfully request Your Excellency to send down immediately prohibiting the purchasing of more than one (1) acre of land in this Island by pareo Ban %  .ah.ins. My desire [ %  i fa Ihe retlistribution ui ih.landed areas in this colony among ihe local pop: towards this end. re.spt t tfully request Your Excellency lo send down making for the purchasing and island owned prietors. proi Yum rlxielleiic.' to %  legislation to provide ft ting up of an Emergency HosPolice Crumple tie fore Invalids PARIS, April 25. About 1.000 disabled lYeonh f i hem hobbling along on out %  stopped traffic along ; I i rM of 'hen i*>iisiuns Police shoulder to shoulder m road outside the National Assembly crumpled as men in laWalld chairs bore down upon thiin No incidents took place. A 12-maii delegation was received by the Speaket of the Assembly. Bd> Ihaj bad better hope now (01 |HT cent increase it. th. ir pensions. Following demonstia ( tnt have already obtained an in %  BfM months. —Krutrr. than eight hours daily without overtime pay? 6. II the answers to four and live axe in the affirmative, will the Government take steps to put an end to such COaadJ 1, Is the Govenui I that there ui In the island who work for as long as tin hours and over per week? 2. 1 .ware | ba nature ot work of many irivers of vehicles, is such That their lives are enlUngercd.by such conditions ol employment? 2. Will ihe Government take llftfil to institute a 44 hour week for all workers in this colony? 1. Is it a fact that two guls, indents of Queen's Col .died for permission to I i oca ai Harrison College With J view to taiting this subject in the Higher Certificate Examination? 2. Is it a fact that one girl was given and the other was refused such permission? 3. Is II a fact that ihe latter ;liowed more %  ohaQJaS t iC pionu e than tile former? 4. What method ol obtained in this case and % % %  %  %  derations led to thai i %  1. Is the Government aware that it is the trend ot among Elementary School tenchera that tlithe successful working of the system of Age-Grouping is inadeMagical radiance ArmsEinhargo Directed Against Isreal In Middle East TEL-A-V1V, April 25. taraad charged to-day that inguag an 1 Ire -ituaUon in the laafJdk East" by supplying am left maintaining an cmirgo against .anal The M .okesin..n ..,,,, rnai tha "process by which Hrii. and British eqjal onoo rnare iwmg built up round Israel's borders is ace by an arms embargo exclusiw This British poU Inn iriicutence WU evid'-nt ; %  • the recent Arab 1 UH spokcsuiau m.it.i. and was raising tension in the Mui.ile East. cannot evade responsibility for a pel. it,imagine. Of yes;. :i-mciii by l> %  fairs Under Secretary %  Rkffll at Britain was honouring agreements by sending arms to Arab states—the Iirkv man remarked: %  of heavy I tt lighters. %  policing Cairo"—Krutrr It's NEW! the new PARKER '6/' th* only pen i tli the V£W KATURtS NEW PMCISION rVEVVBfcAUTT e NIW foro-mt riuia a MI W INK-HO* GOVCBNO* NEW PLl OLAil REURVOIN a Niw mtU IN WraiT uitJ 4 oikcr xrrat aj.ances II i rinii. i i'is ni (he world has lor long been the Parler "l" Now comes the %  #* Parker "SI", wirtl it>e m\olut(oiui> new Atnmmk Ink %  the iErcjie.1 e*cr devised. I l>c AaVCf-caatfH Ink, SyMcm is | Gtaataat nvetnod of dra*., doling, saleyuatding .md idraiing ink, the most nahilactory pen pcrloiiiuiKcc.cr known. Oast fOU have handled this beauliful pan, cniovcd us gliding action, you',| long lo own OM And give one. ton, as a *povual preicni! Thu pen alone is designed for satisM nh Parker Sur^rchforne~ ihe lupei-orilliant, surcr-^inairieiil urywrihng ink. •a iri//i Labour Welfare Fund under Ih, qttala lor that purpose'.' Sugar Induatry (Rehabilitation. 2, It the Government auara SHINiu %  ^ntQUAU7-)' A e fTALP ov.\SVN VIM cleans everything smoothly and speedily! See how much quicker and amoother Vim cleans. Just a shake, a quick, eaay rub—and surlaces are bright and gleaming! For pots and pans, woodwork, tiles, tor ull your cleaning, use Vim for ease and speed t HBH I IWlors test Palifiiolive Beauty Plan -PROVE 2 WOMEN OUT UF 3 CAIN HAVE LOVELIER SKIN 99 Thirty nine doctors — including leading, • • *-**coane * %  I era f Vou, lo... ran .-xjM %  i IIIOM-kin improvemenu—in only 14 days ar) mi,, ..dniirn and every woman eovie. Mart the Palmolive Bee OWI Irt n aimple. Thla ie all yuu do :— 1 ial PaaaaSar SMp. %  ,~ %  2 M .,,: taihir ba ywi ika ftr OM full miaul/. 3 Mna. Dothi \,„i vou will Iprovc —ai the oocton .itikin cleanicu by ithcr, >,.u will . Mil' HIM s< IIOOLUKL COMPLEXION



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PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE U'llHUM J.U APRIL — QaJtib Calling \ LAMM M Mil "I EufOrao l '' %  nnl'll "'iirrt^ ..ll. mlril Ihr n|>rnkD| of lac LrjkUlurr b> Hi* lli-rp .re A irroup of UVm Ir.vtnr llir Lrfulali i.imbor M R A. J HiiUivni Mtn Hone Again Monagins ENnctoc "I TrimMi VI On Honeymoon Murray. Mr E Cooper-Scc.lt. a Petroleum Tiihnologisl and Di M' 1 :.,;: %  W >fUi .1 Left for St. Vincent H Ki e to Trinida^ Hay. lending Oil Talks net. ving by the same plansIt Camps. Legal Advisor T.L.L. and Mr Hur' \fl Wooding. Kt 'W AT led f last night tilt "Daerwood". Mi man was th< Were Here for 18 Days LSI SPRADUN < %  %  Phillip* Oil Co \f and Wi 1" Australia w] A. after o onth mother. %  i _______ e-i route to Tl Marine Hotel, who returning to Baifeed of the a before be l Here for Seven Weeks M RS. DORIS %  :he "i-idy \ Sunday %  %  ;..gc in %  Married on Saturday M l Guiana on Sain'' trom B.G. yeeterdaj I i Pf I S %  %  I %  %  \ II %  Blind Children Learn To *See' A sujated child learns by| watching other people and by re-i producing what he sees m hlsj UA'\, -I to their i %  >ake use of the' Child's own daily experience sol that hp may gain coL/deoce arid' self-reliance is thrug*eatet pro*'-! 1cm. This is %  en Sun-| Britain by the Natloi I tfce Blind. A group of children, for instance, who had been reading "Peter Pan" were invited to m_ke their own miniature island on which to act the story. Before long they had one. complete with boats for the pirates, houses, a wind-mill, trees, animals, birds and a mountain One little boy of six was found fitting Montesaorl cylinders into their places: it was suggested he should play at being a surgeon, using the cylinders as bottles of medicine; soon all the children had joined In a game of which they never •eemc-i to bo weary, wearing caps and aprons made for them by their teachers. To enlarge theli experience, the children are taken shopping, for rides on omnibuses, fa farms and so on; shopkeepers. .inn policemen, even LrnaJe all help to teach the children something and front lhe*c experiences arise new games, such as building toy shops and garages They are kept close in'touch. too, witn the ..* neighbour hood in which the: live, going to parties arranged by tther children, and giving them in return. This means cooking : mg tables, waiting on each <>ther. and clearing away ing up — all of which keenest delight. For these Sunshine Homes are K<> private Households with small numbers rsonalities illy developed are taught to become confident. %  ^-reliant citizens CROSSWORD ; T_ -— V > r 1.7 5 %  t4 \ 1 1 %  .* |! TIM*..-• 1. oo. QUKirapx! tn.1 Ml %  • • ^^r_,'"SKS.."!'. T Tn bole •* e—-f ***" B *"'* 10 Aeroa*. '* ,__—_-rt noi. L ni= o. rl-nlor <•> IIOV.4I. Wwthings TO-DAY ONLY S and •->• gam c -fox r — ~> %  • 11*1* CTBVtWS—*~4*"'i GRAV | ..-.. VI Engaged %  %  %  Uuruig i. i I %  ^OT TOO %  —•• It do—nt -• • •" u. wea. !• De—a i wgs.iwraK'as ) WIlMtlM !" iU.f~"t"" " s Wht BSfSS. IS. w -"-Mre sira'S, 5 s?i_^s?5yn5t'n-t: ao Baa o~ "•" "•••—• %  iSh^^Laia m •( ~ and u J p GLOBE ii \^' .il B pm. Onh fhr DOIBU: QUICK ON THE TRIGGER AND MILLERSON CASE UnlWd ArtlM.* DouW* ,„, unaaa oi >' | ,S..l K.ll I WILLIAM BOVD BOXY IW-4V • Tomorrow *. > 1S i Doubl* . <*,, wUITS, Bowari] a-|f|a>4ui MI— aonsv SOCR^ LOKB WOLr"l> *• Vl •' %  Mga "f MEW,T M", ftCEfl I ll l \N < HI >rt i i. ii B M M IIII.MII • %  rout, in in. i l i. w. | tan -.hi|i..*iil.d |M iiUnr ilh bag tw I I wha kmvai aae gf wl... arttt u. i 1 i tad hat liMkbaud will be rrlurir: Inn in S.v .111I..1. BaM RM agM ol Um artanaaati to Itw Est-elleucy lh %  ^ . \i\ THE WAV Hy Beachcomber Having Exhibition WILLIAM VAN YPEREN. who has been seen recently painting in various parts of the City, is holding an exhibition of nil work at the Museum. The Exhibition will open at 10 a.m. on Saturday 29th. and will close on including 1 Holland. Trinidad and Dutch Outi ag his most recenl work done here IOMI.HI CLUB MOKGAN lor DINNER DANCING and CONTINUOUS ENTERTAINMENT with ALICE ARMSTRONG AT THE PIANO res! of the Jolson Story 25% I Ml'I It I nimn Ol \ MFH Tfwuv k To-orrew 4. fe gll P aoth Cfiilury Fo DoubM . v\ nil U 0 'BAND ..I MUM*!* Vi.KrNI BIG ADDED ATTRACTION -. AT THE :PLAZA ( Y0 UR POPULAR CINEMA, TO-DAY ..lid in MOKKIIIV. K.JO p.m. The JUBl L E E R S QUARTET n \ Ml SKM. l'KOCiKA.M iiirliidin 1 U IT8OES. SPUUTCALS. BALLADS, r* |ka \'. %  1UI: IIKK KIM) OF .MAN wilh DANE CLARK. JANIS PAIGE and ZACHARV scon MAIlMi1(1 DAY and TO-MOBBOW, S u, Pitftire Only — "HER KIM) OF MAN" CASUAR1NA Battery Hou*e St. Lawrence. Members only: 7.00 year $3 50, 6 months Day membership, 24c. Steak and French fi ied: $1.50 KrfcervaUons: Tel. M6 Dancing next Saturday. FOR 3 I.IGANTIC SHOWS GLOBE THEATRE . Presents . To-dav at 8.30 p.m. COCOTE & CALYPSO JOE (Hollywood's Dandng Taoin) — Dirt'il inun New York (llifransil) — NEW ACTS — Till KSDAY 2TTII — .". & X.:ill |i.ni. si \ I II 11 SI rPOKHMG ARTISTS See! So*! Seel in BLUBS SIIANGO 12) BOY MhhIS GIRL IN BARBADOS (3) CARNIVAL IN RIO II WEDDING IIIII MBA and A Special I'ilm: FLEMISH FARM PRICES: 24. In M, 72c. Tickets on Sale TONITE Itooi Open. 7 p.m. " I to C0C0-TE CALYPSO JOE li J Otlll : ii us man," to ..... .,.,, ... .1 im a i*a la beers ih >our hat. you ifaUon hititortti.iiu i> ofl. They rw.vtnl tin %  H Foulenougl M i %  %  could hi I bougbt .t Canadian \ I nut a (hiak ijuaL B M thought I | i %  %  %  d %  i...ugh, la Kestantc Ladies Undies .#••.€•/ Panties. %  I ...In > BaVM troto 78^-1I liililrrns 10 "II".lfrill" J.irairs, Jt'FSVfl-silk OO M MSM iH-:i I tram S. EVANS and WHITFIELDS BROAD STREET :i 7 %  ....„ i HAII I'KTTMOAIS *AI 41 hi), 4' &f 2 02 " ^ A4>l'.\Tlt' ILIU t'IKKMA (Members Only! \l \ I IM.I III DAY Jl J p.m. Ill M..III la III tlOUO* M'.iUT al .M IDA Ltl'INO PALL HENK1EI) OLIVIA DE HAV1LLAND iNEY GREBN8TRSET • II . V u T1 •! A Wacnrr b.o. FkUirr SPECIAL A S wilh the GLOBE THEATRES %  IPA1N IrinidadKi"..I Oabaai Ihr MUhl> riirr." "Youni %  aaataaar" Jd Ihr l\ourlU. "Sinall Ulnd Prklc" "III br .inline for il wrle* ui Liu**rmpnU al GLOBE. \l.k\MI IMI Kl III IIMM < OMPI IIIIOS Mill br Surd for IKe Wail hnii.il Kim I I Some Items you will need during the Crop Season. • Mull lll.LAIS • SHOVELS f) I I II V^^l ^ • BASS BROOMS • Jl II SEWING TWINE—5 ll • 11 M II INK BBtSHES • i.i IHMBS" % "": ew H • STEAM riFE FITTINGS Select our beautiful patterns of CONGOLELM 6 ft—3 ft and 27 wide Girt' Your fhajll I ha I Imruvt'tul 11 /t/n'ti nmrv !! BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LTD. COMOLEUM SQUJ 2y 2 yds x 3 yds 3 yds x 3 yds 3 yds x 4 yds THE CORNER ST< "NN; -a.


Wednesday

»

ae

ij April 6

lad

Governor Opens
| Legislature

WHEN THE CHIMES of the clock in the Public Building

tower were pealing out 2.30 p.m, yesterday, His Excel-

_ Jency the Governor, preceded by an escort of Mounted

Police arrived there to open the 1950-51 Legislative Session.

i llency, accompanied by sor the warm welcome they have

= S iichalin, Seeman acs eee Bae
WBvoea) Forces, Lt-Colonel J. Con- may say th: any ways

oct ; Barba- | Prefer sitting in my own chair,
nell, Officer Pe ae iL, and I say that for this reason, We
dos — "etal Officer : have around this table two past
sewes-COX,

et for a few months also served
vate ery er aes there as Deputy Speaker, I think
d of Honour a ak x all of ‘them would agree with me
command of Capta * “‘Twhen I say that it is very much
nicer and easier to sit around the
table than in the Chair,
If the matter is dull and we are
itting around the table we can
vhisper to our next door neigh-

bour on oceasions, but in the Chair
one has

iF

%

Pres

i lency preceded by the
ee Aria’ then went se

Council Chamber accompaniec
r Sete D. G. Leacock, Sir
Saint, His Honour the Chief
, Mr. John Whyatt, Hon’ble
> F. Campbell, Colonel Michelin,
faior Skewes-Cox, Lt-Colonel
nell and Major W. Lambert.
The Sergeant-at-Arms was then
nt to summon the members of
he House of Assernbly who were
sembled in their House,

Joh

to attend at all times,
how dull
to other
Feam that point view I regret
not being able to sit at the right of
the hon’ble Colonial Secretary,
As regards my

no
the matter may
hon’ble members.
of

matter
appear

D
Local | &
. Speakers of the Other Place, <
srees and Major Lambert, ¢ e Other Place, and

appointment, if

there is any merit in it, that re-
mains to be seen when the time
comes for me to relinquish the

jewise) and followed by honour-
ble members in pairs, according
» seniority, entered the Council

Chair, not to-day.

Quite frankly I feel like rather
a dull school boy who has been
moved up into a higher form for
long service and rfothing else, but
I know that I shall always have
the co-operation of hon’ble mem-

Chamber. .

His Excellency then delivered

is speech and the members of
House returned to their Hall.
Both Houses of Legislature then





: Stes muslin bers in maintaining the dignity
. ae feniiative “Cesinell and tradition of this very ancient
‘n rag | Board. I thank you for your wel-
ees a ico. | nt etnies
ppoin ;
Hon'ble D. G. Leacock who has Mahon Congratulated ' ib
weeesigned, was congratulated ly The new member Mr. J. A, rl esmen
" mbers. Mahon appointed by H.M. Govern- .
Hon'ble R. Challenor told the] ment to serve for five years, wee Kill 24,
esident: I should like on behalf] also congratulated
the members of this Hon’ble | ’
Douncil, to offer you our congratu- IN NAIROBI
y tions on the great honour con-
ed on you by your appointment | NAIROBI. April 25
l President of this Council. Tribesmen killed three Britons
You now occupy the high posi- an African policeman and 20
on so ably filled in the past by African civilians in a clash in
eat Barbadians, among them northwest Kenya yesterday. it
qJ

own distinguished father Sir
K, Chandler, who for a
number of years
wer this Council.
You, Sir, must indeed feel very
oud of this, and I am sure that
hon’ble member shares this

presided

Your long experience in both si
thes of the Legislature of this
nd, makes you well fitted for
high

The Speaker, preceded by the
shal, bearing the Mace

position you now occupy,
ave the best wishes of



were
Suk tribesmen in the Lake Baringo
district, while trying to arrest an
African
fanatical religious society respon-

An officia
killed

lea

was reported here today

1 statement said they
in a fight with 300

der of a_ prescribed

le for many disturbances in
the past two years.
Under a hail of spears police



|=" Barbados

SS a a Sea ree SS

IBARBADOS MUST INCREASE

opened fire and among the Suk
dead was the man they sought to

arrest.
4 ees for a long and Reinforcements were sent into
; valu ble eatin to the area immediately and the
s. Rihetes in ‘he past will ees situation was later reported under
a ed, but I feel sure that when ie om control —Reuter.
), BPporiant ee een ‘he| HON. J. D., CHANDLER, M.L.C.| “
i you will as ever be ready caceeiie be a *resi f the . .
give us from the Chair the bene- the cesta ace ne U.S. Will Build
of your experience and your} . -
idanee, Again, Sir, our heartiest the President told him; Mr. Atom Submarine
hgratulations and good wishes Mahon, on behalf of this Council
, be . . ,| 1 welcome you. You are not a WASHINGTON, April 25
eecoionisl Sears mee complete stranger because you America is to build an atomic
dy ' =n Challenor | assisted us on a previous occasion} powered submarine and other
said: i non “4 mayo ee io | in this Council. We have no doubt} radically new type underwater
atic Reeier ot ten Tiaaeak: {| that you will be of material help] vessels, the United States Navy

itti in. ‘ovisiona| | 1m our debates and discussions, and
h only sitting in a provisional | a great help to us in coming to a







The Navy

disclosed to-day.





















SCENE from Legislative Council Chamber yesterday,
when H.E. the Governor, Mr.
1950-51 Session.

ACHESON EXPECTS
FIGHTING IN BERLIN |

A. W. L. Savage, opened the |

WASHINGTON, April 25

THE AMERICAN Secretary of State, Dean Acheson
said on Saturday that fighting might break out in Berlin}
during the Whitsun period between Western Allied forces |
and the Russian-backed German Communists.















<= This was disclosed in the “New
York Herald Tribune” to day
whose Washington correspond-



Sports Window

The Pickwick-Rovers Carlton
First Division Fixture which was |
to have taken place on Saturday, :
April 29, will now take place .
tomorrow, ‘Thursday, ‘April 27. The |

|

ent, Bert Andrews, identified Mr.
| Dean Acheson.as the high spokes-
man of the American
ment who made this
in..a sp@egh, |, j i

Acheson was referring to the
forthcoming Whitsun demonstra-
tion in Berlin in the course of
whieh Communists from all over
the Soviet Zone of Germany are
| proposing to march through the
western sectors of the city

According to the pres:
| of the Secretary of State’s speech |

Govern-
statement

Spartan—Everton return fixture
cheduled for Thursday, April 27,
will take place on Saturday, April
29,

Everton meets Notre Dume-~in
a Second Division football mateh |
it Queen's Park this afternoon
There will be no third division

games, .

report



e | he referred to Berlin as “next on |
Is Baldwin the calendar of major world de-
velopments” and to events there
Fe 7) as taking “an ominous direction,”
ed Up: Western Allied and German
| political circles in Berlin to-day |

expressed complete astonishment
at a Washington Government
| spokesman’s suggestion that tanks

Will He Leave Antigua?

(From Our Own Cowrespondent)









‘ a a .1 also plans to convert LONDON, April 25 |} and guns might have to be used

Tye, Ta heen het the correct solution of each problem] a cruiser ‘into a guided missile} No information has een, re. | to counter Communist attempts to |

. d « o - ‘ .

aca : : that arises. combat vehicle, ceived at the Colonial Offic | invade the western ectors of

¢ ¢ ¢ 5 2 — é , a ce of ; :

Sie of attending poe, Tanne On behalf of other members and) The plans were made known| the reserctey intention of Ear] | Berlin at Whitsun

number of debates ~~ janyself, T welcome you to this| in a request to Congress for au-| Baldwin to resign the governor- “There are no American tanks

I believe Sir that you and I} F on’ble Board. ‘ thority to build 112 vessels of ship of the Leeward Islands and | in Berlin” an_ official \merican

probably expressed different! _ Mr. Mahon replied and said: Mr. varying types, __,| return to Britain, | spokesman said. “United States

ws on more occasions than ary | President I would like to thank} Admiral Forrest Sherman. Chief Phis : .,...| forees only have tracked weapon
Wad tits Geuncth ine | you for your kind welcome on this! of Naval Operations, told the! a noswer. was. given the] otiters '

her Member of this Council, and | : ‘an assure you and : ee : |‘“Barbados Advocate” by a r e we om! i-

it self will | occasion, and I can assure you and] }iouse Armed Services Commit-|} .- . | The three western Command

Were not that I myself will} ‘ Se aaa me the Council, | +... oe iach rere | Colonial Office spokesman to-day! .. 4. ave »peated|y ressed

ortly be leaving, I would be re-| the other members of the C ‘| tee the recommendations were| ‘ ' ee 'Y/ ants have, repeated! tr |
i ttul . e, ‘ sv aes wae I shall do everything in my power| pefore the Secretary of Defence, following a front-page Daily | @ On Page 5

t * a save heen a to be of such assistance to this] wr, Louis Johnson, in February.| Telegraph” story from a corre- |

g. I say this because—and I! rok ard as I can be. rh. ‘ Be asia » wouid| SPondent in Antigua which alleg- |

Ould like t ak is clear—] | Hon’ble Board as I cz | The proposed programme wouid }
ike to make this clear— | cost $335,000,000 he said | es that Baldwin is “disgusted with e -
* . {dere is pothing | more! Commitioes iS FUER SW we Reuter, | the local political and labour’ Russians Follow
th an good and hones : my * | situation” |
T ‘ “il ¢ a four- " |
ueism, and there is nobody who/ ‘The Council appointed a The decision. was cinitate- °
= n vs re » | § as precipitated
1 ed good and honest critic- | man cor phim hel to. reply ee SUGAR TALKS | by the “crippling dock strike now Swedish Vessel
in this Council more than| Governor’s speech. This Sie Dr. } in its sixth day” the “Telegraph’
p are > ble: A. Cuke, r. Wh Gay t € +9 “ ¢
a | are the oocmee rt, Ms Pile and| POSTPONED R enaepaaule pty wy |... STOCKHOLM, April 25. |
Would like to associate myself} H. G. Massiah, G. rer res LONDON, April 25. | Captain Allrik Johanshon of
warmly with what the|G B Evelyn. d i The International Sugar Con-| He continues “bewildered and| the Swedish trawler ‘‘Larex” ha
ble Mr. Challenor said, and I} Standing ‘ ree were @P"! ference which should have taken | frustrated. The Governor actual-] reported thas he. pulled up bla)
pu. Just emphasize that al-| pointed as follows: ‘ f ace ‘re yesterd: has been|ly started packing to-day (Mon-|nets and headed for Gotlanc
ough it may coum to many or to Victoria Emigration Society: The Siiad ck tate th and 20th. | day). but he will only go home! Island when hé sighted a Russian
, General public that the post of| Hon'ble R. ¢ hallenor. The Hon’ble| Some delegations found, they| next month if the strike is end-| mine sweeper through his tele-
ssideht of the Legislative Coun-| Debates Committee: ee FRE ee could not attend at the earlier; ed and the labour situation has Scope in international waters

8 largely a sinecure, and that| Dr. C. H. St. John. date been restored to normal”. The} about 20 sea miles from the Pol-

holder of it has merely to sit} Sugar Industry Aaianlvenet —Reuter. correspondent linked with the] ish coast

vod miorder a well-:nanner-| Benk: The Hon r~ of ee The ituation the early months of last “The Russian vessel followed

Soup, nevertheless I believe, Board of Agriculture; | ° year when Baldwin was recalled| us until we reached Swedish

S >on pattie members will oe ee a and G. D. | B.G. CHILDREN by Creech Jones and subsequent-] territorial waters off Gotland’ he

with me, that it does make| L. Pile, O.B.E. L ly returned to his post despite}| added

Steat deal of difference to the} Board of Management, Agricul- | WILL GET A HOME rumouts that he would stay in Bri-} The “Larex", which was con-

uncil who is presiding over its| tural Credit Societies: The Hon’ble | (Barbadon Advocate Correspondent) tain. News of his possible resig-] ducted to a Polish port by a

anal | A. G, Gittens. | GEORGETOWN, April 25 xe ot r-]| Russian naval cutter last Febru-

( . ’ is * > » , Apri a. nation is not exeiting much sur Uussiar 1

aie more I would most sin-| Peasants a OBE. ” British Guiana is building aj prise in London. circles. I have} ary but later allowed to put to
fi, >, ike “to congratulate you} Hon'ble H. A. Cu oe trol and| children’s convalescent home as| been informed, Uncertainty, with] sea again, arrived at Karlskrona,
/ Wish you a long tenure of Faney apnea he Hi "bles D la Princess » Elizabeth wedding) the laek of official confirmation south-east of Sweden yesterday.

. . | Marketing monet 7 Satin” "| gift, accommodating 21 children.| is likely to lead to early ques- The Swedish Foreign Office
e. President replied and said:| D. Leacock and J. i H "ble A.| Estimated cost is £5,000 to be run| tions in Parliament regarding the] has asked Captain Johanshon
ould like to thank the hon’ble Housing Board: The Hon "| by the local Red Cross. branch | Governor's position. for a full report

. enor and the hon’ble| G, Gittens. Ge Pane $ ? —(By Cable) —(By Cable). —Reuter,

a retary very sincerely @ Un Page s | .





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THE BRITISH

ships.

Princess Will
Return Home
MALTA,

Princess Elizabet} .

April 25
expecting a



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second child this summer, will
a fly home from Ma! M )
x 1 si re DOM ( .
: ‘ ~ is Excell the Governo seen in 7
TERE ARE TWO 5 ENES from the opening of the Legislature yesterday On the right His Excellency the i vernor is < | Prine a
Pecting the Pol G : H mpanied by Capt. A. J, Press, and on the left, His Excellency leaves the Council Chamber | Malia Sena
> p e 0 « co d . : ving x "
S Alter the cerem 2 ee - ane nt-at-Arms. The Hon. the Lord Bishop is on his right, and the Chief Justice in the rear. ‘ —Reuter, |
| ony preceded by the Sergeant-at-4 +







GOVERNMENT today ordered
Royal Air Force into London’s dockland to help tne
soldiers and sailors already there unload

A

Cabinet
Reshuffle

IN PRAGUE

PRAGUE, April 25.
General Ludwig Svoboda, who
has been released at his own re-
; Guest from his post as Minister of

National Defence, was appointed
Vice-Premier and entrusted with
direction of the State Office of
Physical Culture and Sport it was
officially announced here to-day.

Dr. Alexi Cepika, Communist
Minister of Justice and Control-
ler of Church Affairs, has
appointed Defence Minister.

The official Czech news agency

been

“Ceteka”, announcing the chang-
es, said Deputy Premier Fierlin-
ger had been given direction of

the State Office of church affairs
and Dr Stefan Reis, head of the

Department in the President’s
Chancellery, appointed Minister
of Justice,

President Gottwald has writ-

ten to Svoboda,
member of

non=party
the Cabinet, thanking

him for his. work in connection
with the building up of the new
peoples democratic Government
and wishing him succes » hi
new office, “Ceteka’ tid

Reuter,



Allies Get Reply

To Tax Bill Veto
BONN, April 25
Dr. Fritz Schaeffer, West Ger-

man Finance Minister, sent to the
Allied High Commissioners to-day

his promised eply to their veto of
} the German Income Tax Bill

A German spokesman aid it
put in writing the points Dr,
Schaeffer made last night when

he had dinner with allied finance
experts and the United States
Deputy High Commissioner, Mr
Benjamin Butterwiser

Both Allied and German circles

| here thought a compromise now

looked probable to a_ situation
which, since the Allies provision-
ally vetoed the Bill last veek, had
on the German side led to hints
that the Federal Government
vould resign

Allied finance official aid the
atmosphere was “slightly easier,” |

It was also officially
the postponement
to-day between Dr. Schaeffer and
the Allied experts was due to
good progress made at the dinner
last night. The German Govern-
ment hopes the High Commission
ers will finally decide whethe:
maintain their veto or .to aceept
the Bill when they meet Dr
rad Adenauer,
Friday afternoon

The Bill proposes reductions in
German Income Tax. The Allies

Stated that

of the meeting

object on the ground that this may |

lead to an. unbalanced budget
—Reuter,



AIR FORCE WILL
UNLOAD SHIPS
In London Port

LONDON, April 25

the
2,500
and load the idle







The first of 6,000 Air Fores
men who are eventual 'y to wor}
i the } arrived nearb
ites th fternoon. If the strike
continue 1,000 airmen start
work the Docks on Thursday

urther 1,000 will go into
the ‘ on each of the follow-
ing ve d

Sel ‘ to-day vere bus
I 6 1 ['wenty-five more!
hip ve eing vorked by

0 t ar rer
} [
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rike
1,000 docke ed the strikers
~—Reuter.

to}

Kon- |

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PRODUCTION |

‘Governor Recommends
Economie Development

Chandler New President
Of Legislative Council

UNLESS Barbados can develop her economy sub-
stantially, she cannot go forward and improve
the standards of living of the mass of the people.
To increase revenues she must increase her pro-
duction within a sound programme of economic
development.

In these two sentences His Excellency. Mr. A. W. L.
Savage yesterday summed up the island’s situation when
he opened the present Legislative Session.

A development programme could be assisted, he sug-
gested by appropriating, with the Secretary of State’s
approval, the unexpended balance of the grant from the
United Kingdom to any major economic project such as
water development.

A second source
Balance,

would be the General Revenue

Other points from Mr. Savage's speech were :

CIVIL SERVICE: |! that to maintain an efficient Civil
Service it will be necessary to revise the terms and conditions of
f all posts of professional status.

believe

service ¢

FINANCIAL POSITION: Revenue and Expenditure is now

more than three times what it was in 1940/41, the Public Debt

s more or less the same, while the General Revenue balance has
idvanced substantially,

|OML: If great wealth is found, then the greatest care must be taken

o minimise the inflation which can arise from “recurrent wind-
falls’ of capital revenue

REVENUE POTENTIAL: should avoid the present

practice of “ financial year, which is an arbitrary period,
economic unit and should adopt as soon ag is
a long term taxation policy complementary to a plan
and social development

Barbados
treating
} as if it was an

| practicable

| of economic

DEVELOPMENT: Onc That is to ensure
that economic development—the development of production—ig
given its proper place at the head of the queue,

priority Is inescapable

The

WATER:

water,

prerequisite to increased production in Barbados is

FOOD: If the present cost of subsidization (over $1,100,000) were
capitalized, there would be available a sum exceeding $20,000,000
for a bold plan of long term development directed towards a

major and general advance in the general economy of Barbados,

| TOURIST INDUSTRY -

development of the
velopment of Barb

In present circumstances the successful
tourist industry depends on the general de-
ados and cannot be undertaken in isolation.

SECONDARY INDUSTRIES:
scheme costing $100,000
should prefer the

If I had to choose between one

and fifty schemes each costing $2,000 I
latter,

DEEP WATER HARBOUR:
centre of entrepot
trade

At one time Barbados was. the
Caribbean, but to recover that

a modern harbour would be required,

trade
if it is still possible

in the

SOCIAL SERVICES:

There is provision in the current budget
amounting to nearly

$400,000

GOODWILL : Neve:

than to-day,
in our future;

were faith, hope and charity more needed
Charity in our view of the errors of the past; hope
and faith in ourselves and others,

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A LARGE NUMBER OF PEOPLE yesterday attended the opening of the Legislature by His

Excellency the Governor.
after the ceremony.

R. A. J. Ruthven Murray,
Managing Director of Trini-
Leaseholds Ltd., and Mrs.
Mr. E. Cooper-Scott, a
Technologist and Dr
Consulting Geologist
Trinidad yesterday
B.W.1A. after at-

dad
Murray,
Petroleum
H. Kugler,
returned to
afternoon by

tending Oil Talks here

Also leaving by the same planc
were Mr. Clyde Camps, Legal
Advisor T.L.L., and Mr. Hugh

Wooding, K.C., at Law

in Trinidad.
Were Here for 18 Days
M* GERVASE SPRADLIN
Head of the Legal Dept., of
Phillips Oil Co,, in Venezuela, his
wife and two children Tamera
and Wendy returned to Caracas
on Monday by B.W.1A., after
spending eighteen days at the
Paradise Beach Club. Mr. Sprad-
lin, who has been in Venezuela
for one year is from Oaklahoma

May Visit Barbados

HE Post Master General

3arrister

ol

Canada, Hon. Edwourd Rin-
fret was an intransit passenger
on the “Lady Nelson” on Sunday

en route to Trinidad, During his

stay on shore here he visited the
Marine Hotel, who anticipate hi
returning to Barbados at the end
of the week to st errr

v at the
Car



before he ret

Here for Seats Wecks

RS. DORIS SMITH who
arrived from Bermuda )
the “Lady Nelson” on Sunday



orward to het
in Barbado:

morning is 1
seven weeks’ h
busband





Her owns a garage in
Warwick Paris! ne 1s taying
at Indramer Guest Ho

Married on Sesindee
R. and Mrs. Hilary Gonsalve
who were married in British



Guiana on Saturday, arrived
from B.G,. yesterday by B.W.LA.,
to spend their honeymoon in
Barbados. Mrs. Gonsalves is the
former Miss Joan Thompson,
hter of Mr. and Mrs, A. H.
SOI iu t ri to
1 é ent
The ( I
bal
Engaged
M*: YONNA IGHT
d a 1
BOS a ‘ rate her
twenty-f t rind yesterai
There was a (¢ PP
ner home Ellenglaze ( ell
Avenue last ght in he yf
the occasior ny of |!
elative F 1 fri i were pre
ent
During the Donna en
agement w anced t M
Gerald B. Stock on of Come
A. G. Stock ‘ R.N., and
Mr Stock Ss I x

BY THE WAY

a fu ide abk “vanish

um é oldens me
to mentior letter received by
Snibbo Ltd, last week. The lette1
told how, after lavish applications
of Snibbo, a woman vanished
completely for three hours at a
party.

One of the guests said, ‘1 know
of no other cream that confers
such benefit on us Men,” and sev-
eral of those present, when she
began to appear again, urged a
further application ’of the magical
staff, Snibbo, of course, makes
an unusually powerful brand for

unattractive and boring women.
There is a less potent brand for
beauties who wish to become mys-
teriously indistinct. Also, should
you wish to starch your hat, you
will find, ete., etc., etc.
Maison Tirlitontaine
USINESS was falling off.
“They haven't the money

Ladies

Panties “Six"

Ladies’ sizes from 73¢—

AOg — THe
oh

Childrens

**Bestiorm’

Re

EVANS and
/ WHITFIELDS

BROAD STREET

Girdles,
Sizes 28—34 from 3.°4

Home Again

M* and Mrs. Paul S. Sheldon
are once again in Barbad
after a short visit to Trinidad
and have returned to thei
Peter home “Sandy Field
Gibbs’ Bay.

Left for St. Vincent
Chapmar

M* AND Mrs. J. L. Chapman
left for St. Vincent last night



by the “Daerwood”. Mr. Chap-
man was the St. Vincent delegate
for the Civil Service Associatior
Conference held here recently

From Australia
KEITH HORTON

Australian eng ret
Venezuela on
by B.W.LA
for England
Leaving England just after

war he has been livir i

Caribbean area. They have
house at Woodside Garder he
Mr Horton has
the past two months
here for one month,

M®,

ed to
morning
Australia

ineer
Monda

He

been lving

He wa

MRS. LILIAN COE
Irinidad en route to the U.S, is
boarded the plane with her
“Chi- Chi”
husband will be returning here

organizers of the Electricity Consumers’

who travel everywhere







| P upils. How to make use of the}
| child's own daily experience 50}
that he may gain confidence and!
self-reliance is their gpeatest prob-|
‘lem. This is being solved by!
various means in the seven Sun-
shine Homes for Children run in
a Py eae veyed L ong uaaruped that will give me
A group of children, for in-| & Found in every fariynes with.
7. The hole of every D!
¢tance, who had been reading} (3)
“Peter Pan” were invited to make} 10 sounds like 6 bit of 8 ogee. (5)
their own mimiature island on) !1 a a *
which to act the story. Before! .. gere you have a deformed pole
long they had one, complete with (4) 14 At this you Sy. ch
boats for the pirates, houses, aj ‘> Pipe tae soning. (4)
wind-mill, trees, animals, birds] ;, To play is, in the ‘
and gq mountain. One little boy looked upon 8s ineluding *
of six was found fitting Montes-| '® Synonymousty os
sori cylinders into their places;| 21 Christen? (7) eit jotn
it was suggested he should play| 7? Sant of st ,
at being a surgeon, using the} 2», fo the South aoe 300 nave the
cylinders as bottles of medicine; s r lengths |
soon all the children had joined| % though be Soc ROS Stwage oo
in a game of which they never his toes. (9)
seemed to be wenmry, wearing
cabs and aprons made for them] } $88 ciue Pa clos a oe
by their teachers. : water, a this. (8
To enlarge thel s Buplier of tbe roaring ‘orten
A o enlarge thel: experience, the: (3) ard’s dog
children are taken shopping, for; be Appites, to Motnel Ger.
On Honeymoon rides on omnibuses, for visits to} 5 What the graduate Secon? when |
, farms and so on; shopkeepers be UES
H*. to spend their honey-| gardeners and oulieanan aa 1 Sounds like @ pipe yithout ali tte
i pee are H Nn. and Mrs. farm animals all help to teach| % 48 pete rt ee S. Navy
Jebidin who were married! the children something and from} iate. (6)
on Monday in B.G. They arrived] these experiences arise new] 18 P.T. im the lang, oO sac tred table. (3)
y B.W.1A.,| games, such as building toy shops| ‘@ in the street. it's 8 fe. (8) By |
ind will be here for about two] and garages. They are kept close| 19 Do builders get this from & frait
we ks i i ry tal W annee, in’ touch, too, with the life of the| 20 a been called valuables. |
Worthing Hon. Debidin repre-| neighbourhood in which they (4)
a Easter: : _Demers ra in the} live, going to parties arranged by Solution ot ee Sting ‘paper; 5
B.G. Legislative Council. other children, and giving them §. Laid: 10, Help: 11, Viat 12. Heote 3.
in return. This means cooking P0T, 1%. So" lore ae Ocean: n ao
. s < a. o an yal 4 See l 3
Arrived Yesterday scones, laying tables, waiting on Bil; 2, ONE thoe: "a Gagele: 18 , Boe!
each other, and clearing away , js, Toss: 15. Halo: 16. Roof: 3]
ar a ioh | 19. Ate late
From B.G. and washing up all of which] }







Here are a group of them leaving the Legislative Council Chamber






BARBADOS

| Blind Children)
|Learn To ‘See’

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A sighted child learns

watching other people and by =

producing what he sees in his
play. Teachers of blind children)
must teach this knowledge to their}







ADVOCATE



CROSSWORD









The

go “fe,
ye of the

| Jolson

gives them the keenest delight.
RS. E. D. CLARKE, Mrs.| For these Sunshine Homes are
Me ort. Leer run as far as possible like private
Peters BWLA. yes-| 2ouseholds with small numbers
B.G.. and have taken| 9f children whose personalities
eat S Lawrence, where are carefully developed, and who
hey will be staying for their| 27° taught to become confident,
holiday in Barbados. Mrs, Clarke’s}| ®"4 elf-reliant citizens.
husband, a retired licitor, wil) | ——___— wii ieeitiig elite Aa ce sites
be arri ere rtly by the .
Skt tna hee tester be Peters’ Having Exhibition
husband, H« A. T. Peters, Bar- |
riate t-Law in B.G.. is also due R. WILLIAM VAN YPEREN, |
rive here shortly. Mrs. Millar who has been seen recently
Mr Peters’ mother. painting in various parts of the

pictured here
two cocker

ap

with her
in November,
Petition which

who left Barbados on Munday

shor
iniels
Virs

sented recently to His Excellency the Governor.





for thes¢ these luxurl¢

one of the assistant i

“We'll soon see about that
Foulenough, When the shop bes

to fill up about midday, the pro
prietor’s voice could | heard
reading, very loudly, from a list
of orders by telephone “Twelve
baskets of peaches the Mar-
chiones Got that? Twelve
baskets of strawberries to the
Hotel Sixty pots of Per-
sian syrup to the Hotel .
Bight boxes of quak-quak to Miss

Trivia Tansy . . . A sack of P«
nesian mushrooms and a barre
mooschwoop to the Duke of ‘
And a certain impressionable lady
up from the country was so deep-

of

ly impressed that, before he
could say bottle, she had bought
an Alpine jelly, a tin of Iceland

honey, some eels in beetroot juice,
a case of giant Canadian whelks,
and a dozen bunches of

awart

Undies

1.16





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lacestrimmod
Serseyasith

374 and geo

HALE
PETTICOATS
as above
psi



afternoon for
she
and
and her
She was one of the

tly before
“Laddie”

Coe

was pre-

a City,



work at the

Saturday 29th.
9th. May.

D itch Guiana,
recent work done here.



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General Assembly, he said
here last night, spon-

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at 2 dinner
canizi hl in an unofficial pub-

py the United Nations
s” for peace should

Lord Berners
Many knew him. Perhaps his
name will be added to the hon-
cured Wits and conversationalists.
This supreme dilettante of the
peerage has died, From his house
in Oxfordshire he sent forth
converts to his own view that

in a resolution at the

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BS ation. : f nothing, not even hims ;
‘The conditions included :— Ine Beaver brook Conference be taken ser ical, 7 pe
fhe mediate "Creniedons m; - proposed tha} Brilain be music, he staged ballets, he de-
: pry catematane! “pged Over TO Jomaica and signed buildings for himself and
2. or Cm foree, spon- a Turope be proved : : his friends, (some too far dis-
i P c / ri ‘ap . tant from earthly things ever to
sored by the United Nations; be built). He was the eccentric
n> i nglish milord, supreme in dis-
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under international supervi-

on. ,
Fie said that if his proposals
» not accepted, the democratic
ons must conclude. that efforts
fn achieve peace with Russia were
jtless. He was pessimistic about
chances of achieving “total

fanatical than anything we Be oo Re T)ALs. held on the ound amusing
ever known before,” he said. . 4 | [ vi inflationary Spiral.

‘L believe that they are deter-

et dermine the prestige SEASON ‘
rth puuted Nations and possibly A FOR CONFERENCES
its, disintegration.—Reuter, errany t Daily Heratd

cotton Wit Not ~=©6@ Pocket Napoleon Of The Docks ‘ sel

Be Damaged LONDON. week I found





ome find him, done te life, in
incy Mitford's two recent no-
vels—particularly as Lord Mer-
in in “Love in a Cold Climate”
He posed, supporting a Pillar ami-
bly with one hand, for a portrait
yy Cecil Beaton. His friends in-

Ste upity.” cluded all the lively, and few
lective y. of the deadly, among English
““] believe the eins on 4 “ vriters, artists, musicians and

Union are im oe = e ENLIGHTENED even many strolling “do«no<
ot of a universal domination PZ TOILERS Conference} hings” whom he amused and



a
r fey have done in the asi = ; sporron That Risher Taxis Get In First Claim
ds the isolation of bears Pat y] The PEACEFUL WATCHDOGS Conference said . now, | CBUSE some - The price c* petrolhas caused
ME cts sen’ uetween ‘ we should show our confidence in the ssor q Keep driving, up the cost of e asking three: pan dppf
CT ore * re asking ree ce extra on
ja and the other countries. 4.04 not only by banning, The Atom bomb but by giving, iT To hin, ~ living, taeeee POCEE DIB. the clock or else all cabs off the

oads, The owners of charabancs
erries, baby Fiats, Rolls-Royces
wie practically anything with

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Timothy is the “pocket Na WONGSTY ve A legantl ind crossly from
rresponder 20n” “thie aes e ‘ argued that i vi Attlee the Ritz into a number 28B bus
— “ANTIGUA enas 4a iphone podhe. Fe Hy David Temple Roberts Were defeated e un- |] st for is isitors spending days
bs staves five feet. one inch high justified in ask tha, teas nee Ys S ig days
i é is stri - cawne om a : sine tO of bewilderment Underground on
Be oe Gales of cotton ae 7 we leader of 6,737 men tation as the “Docker’s K.C,” budget faint but unmistakable “Ssolve Parliame ey thought the “ el Circle bias of patient
Sn barges in St. John’s by recuse deying their Unions after World War I. For year after applause. It must be said for Sir M@ ought to call on Mr. Churchill searching in Soho for that little
pending the settlement ship ine, Th 0 load and unload year dock labour was hired by Stafford that no thought of an &t once, to form a Government. restaurant that only the cabbies

dock strike provided there strilee last sumtynet commenter, - the day. Men stood through the election round the corner deter- !t is hard to see how this would can ever find
mo heavy rainfall. Government Three men who were Grohaiaans morning waiting to be hired— red him from anther dose of WOrK—since Churchill would b After a united protest from

over 750 bales of peasant organisers last yeer Have | and at the worst times thought slightly acrid medicine for Bris !% am even weaker position than 4.900 taxi-drivers, the negotia-
store for shipment. expelled by their Union for flout. themselves lucky to get two days’ tain’s ills. There were few con-
puld the strike not be cleared ing the Union’s orders, and for “Ork & week. The “casual labour” cessions to Socialist views—

the present Labour Government ms have roceeded, the deci-
Ty ' ,
The true basis of tl rgumen on taken; threepence on the

r : i , ‘s . , ok , S€ems to be that some Conserv: fares. We still have o taxes
within reasonable time Gov- that reason thousands m system came to an end with the though Labour back-benchers Sms to be that s teeta eon € still have our taxes
iment may be forced to cease “come out” again. ore have war—and afterwards the Dock were immediately thankful for on 1 es oe i skin Hopes run high in the Art
ng. This would be a blow to Last night, in dockland, the Labour Board was set up to the announcement that the hous- emseives into leadcrship of & World. From Chelsea to St. Ives,
, ’

p peasants financially as well as men out on strike were reading

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fact that they do not possess the eyeni s 5 rib. =â„¢MPloyers, who want dockers for to two hundred thousand yearly 5 eile tees. tee +} beard and studio to
s for storing large quan- jng Timothy ‘and ee ale teen work on shore, or stevedores to Tories took nearly twenty-four re coon fects: turn’ down tudio the word has gone round
s of cotton. Cutting of canes of ‘agitators, George Isaacs, the °° aboard ships to load cargo, hours to find points in the Bud- ° Sa tee PY aa ee there is a revolution going
estates has stopped and it Minister of Labour, in the House °bt#in the men from the Dock get to attack. As I write they ford has given i}, hope -02-cat tae te Coa ee
ed that untess the strike is of Commons, had called the L@bour Board. The Board guar- seem bent on forcing a division ye ao ims: thes. free tom ee ae ee SS ees
the sugar factory will strikers in general “communists”. antees a minimum wage to every on the price of petrol—and teaacine Bee That : ih, ore for ae Summer E unt tion, led
to discontinue grinding after not only these leaders. But strikes Coolne on ite books. And speci@l threaten to bring the Govern- likely interpretation of } tem Chéesth 4 oe i Ve ea o
end of this week. Ware- and the reasons for them are in- rates are paid, day by day, for ’ p Gerald Kelly, have been sitting

es are full to capacity with ter) ; ; each particular cargo. The
Tien Of sigar which should rpreted differently in Poplar



: scheme, in general works well. : :

and Whitehall. “Oh yés, we are omar 5 ; ¥, be known. But I doubt whether thing delivered to the door has t

end _— ror Be is a great boon, But what has eer would like to have the exception is milk brought in jew policy. Pictures which
W strikes is a Communist”. at > ¥ ions thankless task of presenting an horse drawn drays), and the cost \ooujq ther se

Arrest omatt summed up the tone of voice of a tains andlaons oo ae emergency budget. For all that, of this transport i go up a bey rian ol ie yn
Reporter car ter a ole on. sie, ane appeared. What the men are / the House of Commons this Thousands of people, unable to |; sing hand, for modernism
say they are definitely not Com- ° ie ; ava’ Sebald, ee
; unists , ‘Rnow #7 angry at is, fundamentally, the ive received the Hanging Com-
PARIS, April 25. munists and want to know when break up of the “gang system”— ittee’s blessing, They will take

what most observers somebody from the Government

eo stlsTened’ policy docks and find out for themselves.

hy This agitation and repeated i rare
pment ae a Ss striking in dockland is a symp- °,London Dock has disappeared
ile last night. Minister of tom of something wrong in tration. So what the dockers are
as France, Jean Petourneau, Britain. To many it seems that syitated by is more the break-up
ae would Pe, Brogecuted the trouble could be ended by a of their old “conservative” ways
an alleged untruth pul e

og Vincent Auriol had Strikers are irritatingly holding few Communists who are quick
for order in France, Up Only a small corner of British a

Premier Georges Bidault trade—4l ships are en eae by could be out-manoeuvred if the

Ties penalties of Sa spo same sickness may spread, as Transport Workers’ Union, (and

| aw wi a ; :
Clavelle Waele” teat a discontented workers in - coun-

h official nam alette had try—some are underpaid, some “ a “4 ists” the

dead last Sinccers an Afri- (like a few railwaymen). feel they ee rable Tue

woman who was leading a are getting a raw deal in hours of

against the imprisonment work. The very few Communists, Tories Look Again at the

r young Africans. hard at work looking for trouble 7 Budget

me Ministry of Overseas France coming, have these spots care-

td this version of the incident fully charted and hope to make r

that the official, in trying the most of them. Sq the dockers “amber

coolness

ances, had shown refmark- are worth more than a moment’s ness he confused both his own & CO, LTD , rey in

: hict revented study ‘upporters and the Opposition as : ry Fine

serious Doers —_ee ” 3 he unwound his third budget. As Agent iP eye j ou ive and
. A 4 eae i aia ‘ . 2 f Ss il} f igout we

Shooting episode occurred Improved Conditions you knew there was only oe b ot ye ; ee

a, French West Africa, The conditions of work for sharp ret hae hin Gane | “ vigour restorer, caited Vi-Tabe, ia

g to Mile Clavelle. dockers have improved again and price of petrol. ae oo Sem. te thon iti Amerton and fa how dist

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each stevedore knowing who he
was working with from week to
week. The comradely atmosphere

their place alongside the Snow
Seenes, Race-horses and Royal

v? portraits, young ladies dressed
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Wasting Disease

ONE notable feature of Mr, Savage's
comprehensive and well balanced speech
to the members of the Barbados Legislature
at the opening of the 1950—1951 session
yesterday was the absence of any reference
to what present help Barbadians might
expect from other countries.

With all their virtues, the people of this
community, taken collectively, have be-
come accustomed to the doctrine that théy
ean do little by their own efforts. Their
problems are too vast and while they must
look after their own interests they can
spare little time to wonder how the man
next door is making do in the struggle for
existence.

Mr. Savage's speech yesterday is a chal-
lenge to this complacency.

He has not found nor has he claimed to
find the answer to the major problems fac-
ing this island. But since his arrival here
he has devoted long hours of work and
study to acquiring detailed information
about the financial and economic position of
Barbados. In his search for this informa-
tion he has been brought rudely face to
face with the inability of the Civil Service
to cope effectively with the large volume
of work which has seriously outgrown the
earlier provision for the Secretariat.
Wherever he has turned he has found
signs of a system which has suffered from
lack of prompt remedy. His own simile is
worth reproducing here.

“I feel” and it is a very distinguished
Civil Servant and the personal representa-
tive of His Majesty the King who is speak-
ing, “that Barbados has put itself rather
in the position of a patient who is suffering
from a wasting disease and who period-
ically when he begins to feel really ill calls
in a specialist and seeks his advice. After
having obtained this advice the patient
proceeds to ignore it until he is again
warned of the seriousness of his trouble
and then he proceeds to change his special-
ist hoping that a second or even third
opinion will be less alarming.”

The West Indies today have long enjoyed
their fav game of abuse of the ex-
perts. Politicians, newspapers and repre-
sentatives of the people from all walks
almost unanimous in
laying all the blame for present conditions
in the West Indies on the shoulders of the
United Kingdom (to whom they owe their
survival as free communities). Barbados
has shared in the infection; and current
actions of the United Kingdom, which have
been particularly stupid, have reinforced
that general air of suspicion and resent-
ment against the specialist and the expert.

The experts have in fact come in for a
barrage of criticism which is not wholly
deserved As one famous man of this
century has sald, a particular matter of
importance he would always ask an expert
subject; “of course they may be
wrong, but they are more likely be
right,” he explained
It is against this background that Mr.
avage’ ch to the Legislature must
; impossible for any progress
this community if there is
to all schemes of improve-
So-called vested interests cannot
be so stupid not to realise that resistance
to new ideas which are only new here, but
! have been fully tried in other parts
of the world, is in fact the surest method
of undermining the security which they
are striving to maintain.

A clean sheet, a fresh start, must be
made and those who have been looking back
on the sins real and imaginary of the past,
an example of forgetting ancient
wrongs and thereby inspire confidence in
the community that political action is really
directed towards the sucial and economic
health of the community as a unit and not
to the aggrandisement of any one section.

Mr. Savage has called for emphasis on
economic development. But he has called
for an investment in goodwill,

Without that goodwill forthcoming, he
will have called in vain and the clock of
Barbados which has so badly run down for
lack of charitable maintenance will already
be preparing itself for the last final run
before it perishes of broken springs. Hcepe
in our future and faith in ourselves and
others. Without that hope and without
that faith how can there be social health,
and who expects to find economic develop-
ment in a community split asunder ”
No one,

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To The Editor, The Advocate,

STR,—May I be permitted space
to answer Neville Connell’s letter
of last Saturday?

I am sure everyone knows that
some years before the war, a com-
mittee consisting of people inter-
ested in the theatre, was formed
for the express purpose of raising
funds for the building of a theatre
here in Barbados. In those days
land was comparatively cheap and
sufficient funds were forthcoming
to purchase a plot of land and to
erect the wall of the proposed
theatre. From this point, try as
they might, the committee was un-
able to get more funds and even-
tually the scheme had to be drop~
ped, the land and walls sold. The
site is now the Empire Theatre.

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put on threeshowsa year each
and the net profits werg put aside
it would take exactly fifty years:
or fill) the Empire Theatre every
night for a year (Sunday excep-
ted). This gives you some idea
of the present day costs.

At the moment any
artist is asked to perform either
at Combermere Hall, or the Steel
Shed, admirable places for certain
types of entertainment, but hardly
the sort of building to encourage
class
abroad—whereas with g proper
theatre—there are no limits, and
surely a first class idea for at-
tracting tourists. Give us a theavre
and we'll put on better and more
shows in the year, instead of pay-
ing $250 a day for the privilege
of the back stage of the Empire

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interested
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IT IS A RISK--BUT
WORTH IT

CAN SUCCESS come too soon?
When the garland of early glory
withers — what then? Remember
the tragic words of A. E. Housman
“And early though the laurel

grows,

It withers quicker than the rose

Runners whom renown outran,

And the name died before the

MO 6c
Here, three people to whom suc-
cess has come early ignore his sad
cynicism and look forward to the
challenge of the arriving years.

EVER since Evelyn Waugh
went down from Oxford to reap
a rich and early harvest as a
brilliant satirist, undergraduates
have tried desperately to emulate
his example, to become legends
while still alive.

I know of only one who has
carried this dream into reality
in his own post-war generation
His name: KENNETH PEACOCK
TYNAN.

An ex-secretary of the Oxford
Union, he is the only man in its
history to be asked to speak in
four consecutive Eights Week
debates. These are famous for
their wit and levity: other
speakers, Mgr. Ronald Knox,
Charles Morgan, Gillie Potter.

Down from Oxford 15 months
ago, he went to Paris, produced
“Samson Agonistes”, ‘“Winter-
set,” “Medea” for the Comedie
des Champs-Elysees.

Then he returned to England
for 28 weeks, produced a play a
week for a repertory company.

Orson Welles has written a pre-
face to his book on drama, out
this summer. He is under con-
tract for another book. He has
produced Roger Livesey in “Citi-
zen of the World,” at the Lyric,
Hammersmith.

Next month, he flies to Salz-
burg to produce a play there,
returns to put on “Macbeth” in
London, to produce a Picasso
play.

Tynan is 22, Can he keep on?

Tall, mop-haired, a grev
corduroy tie, the only sign of
earlier dress affections (at Oxford
he wore a golden shirt, a green
suit), he cleaves the air with his
hands in his St. John’s Wood
fiat to give emphasis to his phil-
osophy:—

“You can’t have success too
early Success to me means
enough money to live on for two

years, so I needn't bother about
being successful

“If success had waited any
longer. I shouldn't have been
ready for it. A paradox? No, 1
want it young. I work on the
assumption that I'll be dead at



By James Leasor

30. That gives me eight more
years to do all the things I want

oO.

“Nowadays if anyone tries to
go after something he wants
young he becomes a target for
criticism. This isn’t the age of
the common man. My dear chap,
it’s the age of the dwarf.

“I like urgency. Living is an
urgent thing. Success is no good
next year. We may not be here
then. Let’s have it now... .”

The Author

IN a little Essex cottage a pretty,
blonde girl with long ear-rings
faces a tricky problem.

She is EMMA SMITH, at 26
author of two books and winner
of three top-line literary prizes:
the John Llewelyn Rhys Memorial
Prize, the 1,000 Dollar Atlantic
Award and now this year she
becomes the youngest woman ever
to win the James Tait B'ack
Memorial Prize.

Her problem: To write a third
book that will topple the critical
shots from the lockers of the
doubters who say: “It’s just luck,
old boy. She can’t do it three
times running.”

Her problem is not mje easie>
by the knowledge that she is the
only one who caaz help herself.
No one else can.

She is doing this in solitude,
shut away in her country cottage.

Shy, modest about her success,
her hopes, she gives this opinion
on early success: —

writer who is
satisfied with

“T don’t think a
any good is ever
what he produces. One always
tries to do better, to prune and
polish, you know. So an early
success only makes you more
careful.”

How did she score her great
success? She wrote from her own
experiences her personal reactions.

During the war she worked as
a bargee with two other girls on
the Grand Union Canal, wrote of
her adventures. People liked her
style, asked for more

Then she went to India with a
documentary film company, used
her knowledge of the country, her
own memories of childhood, her
intense gentleness of feeling, to
build up a tremendous novel about
a lonely little girl who went to
India

“Maiden’s
hy,

of asking

Trip,” “The Far
. Now it is the third time
Can she doit again?..

The Motorist

UNDER the dripping sky, the|
ers

white concrete track shimm

like a river. Canvas posters flap in
the rain. The throaty exhausts of
the racing cars crackle like calico
tearing. }

The cars slam down the straight, i
accelerate into the first bend and
are away. Behind them, only a/|
thin smell of hot rubber and rain
remains.

That was the
Goodwood, where twenty-|
year - old STIRLING CRAU-|
FORD MOSS drove a two-litre}
HWM—and was second in his race. |

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scene at}

For nim it was an important |
day. It was the first time he had
raced anything more powerful
than a one-litre, car. And with|
one-litre (1,000c.c.) and half-litre!
“midget” racers he has carved out)
a career for himself among the}
giants of speed. j

In the last two years he has}
won 50 of the 54 races he entered. |
He has raced in Switzerland, in|
Italy, in Holland. He is by years
Britain’s youngest successful pro-
fessional racing driver.

Can he keep on being success-

ful now he drives the bigger
stuff?

Moss is slimly’ built, keen on
jiu-jitsu, favours easy, sporty
clothes, speaks casually of his
career.

“I sold a sports car to buy my
first Cooper 500c.c. racing job
No one took me very seriously
I was only 18, you see, but I

wanted to become a full-time
racing driver.

“I won my first race. ‘Just luck,’
people sc‘d. So I did my best and
won some more. I've made enough
out of prizes and starting money
and so on to buy a lorry to trans-
port my car about from race to
race. And I have my own me-
chanic now, too.

“I gon't think success can come
too young in motor racing. You
see, you’re always learning. You
never know it all.

“Besides, I’m young now. 1
want to give it say, three years
all told. Then, if I don’t make
out, if I’m just a flash in the pan,
I'll quit. I’ll still be young enough
then, anyhow, to start in and have
a try at something else. Early
success makes you careful. The
higher up you are the further you
have to fall. See what I mean?

WHAT is it these three yout.g and
successful people have learned?
SUCCESS is a heady, racy, intoxi-
cating thing. And as in the pur-
suit of happiness, one is never

quite sure of it.
London Express Service.



Racial Harmony In W. 1.

(Our London Correspondent)
A Letter to the “Manchester
Guardian.”
LONDON,
“To-day, relations between
races are more harmonious in the
British West Indies than in any
other part of the British Com-
monwealth inhabited by mixed
races, and it is due to the fact
that the liberal doctrine of no
discrimination in civil and politi-
cal rights on grounds of race has
prevailed there from the abolition
of slavery”.

This view is advanced by Mr.
Cc. W. W. Greenidge, who has
spent most of his life in the West
Indies, in a letter to the Editor
of the ‘Manchester Guardian”
this week Mr. Greenidge sup-
ports the views put forward in a
leading article entitled “Race and
Franchise” in that paper the week
before, following a letter on the
subject by Sir Stewart Gore-
Brown, expert on African affairs

Mr. Greenidge, discusses the
problem of “what form the fran-
chise should take in mixed com-
munities in which the majority of
the inhabitants of one race are



contribution
been reached on

visiting

artists from

As always, the

us tremendously

cial way. If it

a “paper” fund build a theatre
t is, all those criptions and
the building matic Clubs

names and Would then

lir But to




nm



asked for

until
how far we would get.

Regarding the second paragraph
of Neville Connell’s letter. I pre-
sume he was prompted to say this
because of the report in the paper
that it was understood that the
British Council had donated £50
to the Barbados Dramatic Clup. I
wish to refute that statement, be-
cause although I did approach the
British Council representative to
find out if I could expect any help.
I was told that we would have to
put up a very strong case for a
grant and the fact that someone
was starting a Dramatic Club was
not sufficient to warrant

were very helpful and are helping



don't dash out mon

only just emerging from ignor-
ance and only a minority of that
race have acquired the capacity
to exercise the franchise intelli-
gently and take part in governing
their country wisely. In some such
communities, a minority of an
immigrant race among them view
with alarm the grant of an un-
restricted franchise to the illiter-
ate majority and struggle against
enfranchising them at all and so
bring hatred between races

The via media which you sug-
gest, namely, a restricted fran-
chise based on property or income
with a literacy test for all adult
men and women of all races in
those mixed communities—is the
solution of the problem t was
so recognised by our forefathers
when they granted the franchise
in Britain’s ancient colonies in
the West Indies and at the Cape
of Good Hope in South Africa,
and it has worked successfully.
In the West Indies, in which I
was born and have spent most of
my life, the coloured races acquir-
ed political rights from the aboli-
tion of slavery (1833) equal to
those enjoyed by the white race,
and, as they qualified for the

$150,000 had
paper I wonder

like way.

Brittons House,
Brittons Hill,
April 24, 1950,

a grant.

British Council

Sir,

in a non-finan-



: 3 s ; cup which changed colours ’
lee tie one that Barbados boasts, is so an outdoor cinema or icert hall from Chi an aA ion hie } Cheese CrisP&
oe ee b. lacking in books which could which could bi T Se ae a oem blue. | }} +
ib- easily raise the standard of judges’ fast ig a south | }) ¢ o Dp ros
B ra~ specialised education A small- ple breakfasts and os F ' E E from"
sritish Council incomed 1 ing a certifi- generally thrcugh er Toe
put eate of Accou some : 2 ib Bag } f
eve recognised Associ yn in England If it rains surely i



DOOKS



NORMAN WOOD.

Library Lack
To the Editor, The Advocate--

—— It seems rather a pity
that a Public Library, such as the




i be grateful for a wider

franchise by income or owner-
ship of property, became electors
and in some cases elected repre-
sentatives. As they have grown in
education, wealth, and experience
of government during the past
hundred years and
franchise has been extended and
there is now adu't suffrage, with-

out an income or property quali- |

fication in most, if not all, of the
West Indian colonies.”

After referring to the harmoni-
ous relations existing today in the
British West Indies Mr. Greenidge
goes on to say that if the British
Government wishes to prevent
further deterioration of race rela-
tions in other parts of the Com-
monwealth, it should “reaffirm its
adherence to that doctrine and use
its influence with other units of
the Commonwealth to accept it
as the guide to their policy in
race relations, and to grant the
franchise to all races equally,
based om income or property
Since most land in Africa is
owned communally and could not
be a qualification for an individ-
ual elector an income qualifica-
tion should be established as weli
as a property one.” 1



|
Why Not Start A ‘Paper’ Theatre Fund |

of it, and I am sure they have and its methods.
never been ‘fleeced.’

As you say, Sir, the time hus
come for action and not moans.
Many of my friends keep asking
“Why don’t we build a theatre”?
Very well, who's going to be the
first to subscribe? Let us see that
the money will be forthcoming and
you can be assured a committee of
experts will be formed in no time,
to tackle the problem in a business-

kine, Spicer and

Books by these

letter comes to

would receive hi
tion.

SIR,—Instead

the proposed
on Accountancy hall a

tage

located in London? What about the needs of

more, the} London from St. Thomas.

Topham, to name a
known authors, would vastly im-
prove the scope of a student.
tainable in England, but to a man
of little means the price is ex-
orbitant, I sincerely hope that this

the librarian, as I

ACCOUNTANT

Breakfast Shed
To the Editor, The Advocate
Steel shed, would it not

sible to improve on the present
Queen's Park building and design








WEDNESDAY, APRIL, %,

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D. V. SCOTT... TO-DAY'S a
& CO.,LTD. , at the COLOm

Benefit Colonial Students.

Lerd Mayor's Assurance

(Our London Correspondent) i
| THE THANKSGIVING FUND, sponsored |
| by the Lord Mayor, for a £2 million overseas
| students’ centre in London continues to arouse
| controvery in Britain. The columns of the
press have abounded with comments and pro-
tests about the schame, which is for the bene- |
fit of post graduate students from the Com-|
monweailth and the U.S. Seareely a day passes
without at least one letter to “The Times.” |,
Writers have ranged from the Principal of
London University to Mr. T. S. Eliot, from the
Secretary of the Empire Art Council to an
American professor.

Now the Lord Mayor himself, Sir Freder-|
ick Rowland, has decided it is time he should |
| speak in defence of the purposes of the Fund |
| which he launched just a month ago. In a}

letter to “The Times” this morning he sums |
up the main criticisms that have been voiced
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recently and answers them one by one.

The Lord Mayor first removed the doubts |
of those who, like Mr. Eliot, asked “would
the scheme be open to colonial students?”
The collegiate residences, he said, would be
available to both colonial and Dominion
students *’ He pointed out that a number
of students are at present in residence in the
existing London House with no distinction of
race or colour

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It was inevitable, he says, that the centre|
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® Does it isolate them too much}
? Sir Frederick |

students
from their fellow students
doesn’t think so. He maintains that students |
at London House mix not only with other
overseas students but also with students from
this country resident there. This, he believes, |
gives them opportunities and contacts which
they certainly would not have if they were
scattered in lodgings over a wide area.

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|
criticism, the Lord Mayor points out that no |
design for the proposed new building has yet
been approved. “I sus

ggest” he says “that it}
is premature to assume thata collegiate centre |
of fine proportion and design will jnot be
created”. |
Apart from this last point—a telling one—
and the assurance that the scheme does apply
as well as Dominion students, |



to Colonial
Sir Frederick Rowland has added little to}
what Sir Frank Newson Smith, a Governor
of London House, said recently, in a letter
to “The Times” in defence of the centre. And
that the Lord Mayor's
of the



there is little doubt 01
letter will not satisfy the critics
scheme.

)
Piracy lu West Indies |
| (Our London Correspondent) |

|



SIZES 14 TO 17%

} April 21.
A “desperate act of piracy’ which took place
in the West Indies on the night of February Ist is
| reported in the Times to-day. The report reached
B. Lindsey had ieft

To all intents and
But there was

The American schooner, J.
| Port of Spain in the afternoon.
purposes it was just another voyage.
| mutiny in the hearts of the crew.

'

!

| SECURE YOURS FROM
At night, and while still in sight of land, they | 7

murdered the mate and a passenger and threw | ey
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them overboard. They severely wounded the cap-
Dry Goods Department —

tain who managed to reach his cabin however and
locked the door to keep them out, |

The ship was ransacked for money and then the |
mutineers climbed into the schooner’s boat. With
an axe they tried to scuttle the vessel but their
efforts were thwarted by the cook who cut the
boat's painter and set them adrift.

When the mutineers had gone the captain man-

aged to crawl on deck and “by threatening to fire

on the boat prevented the murderers fr return- |
ENJOY TO-DAY

=>



The Caj iain contrived to sail the schooner to
St. Thomas where he was taken care of by the
Americar Consul. Handbills were circulated
throughout the West Indies offering a reward of
$200. for the capture of the murderers.

This story, which first appeared in print on
April 22nd, 1850, was reprinted today by the Times
in its ‘100 Years Ago”

ing on board”. They then set off in the direction of |
ae
the finest

the Spanish Main.





column,





Mutton
Veal
Books by Ran- temvorarily used until the rain {
Pegler, Bigg and stops. \ Lamb
few well If rain is so heavy that the! |

Ducklings

judges cannot endure a little in-
convenience for the wet period,

authors are ob- what about the people who visit |
1

Porkham =
Vienn

the exhibition with or without
breakfast.

D. RAMA.
the attention . S’horse! 1? Hunter's To
am sure it ” |
$ full considera. 70.The Editor, The Advocate, | {\
SIR,—. would be glad to know}

if any of your readers happened | {
to see what I saw on Sunday morn- |}
ing after Saturday night at about |}
3 a.m. \\

I was awakened by 2 noise like Rt
galloping hoofs on 4 wet turf, and’ |
on looking through my north-west }
window noticed prancing along in| \{
the sky an object in the shape of} )

of

building
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EMPIRE



i lb Bag
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26,

Three Injured
In Accident

OTOR LORRY T—125, owned
by Vaucluse Lid., and driven
Granville Lewis of Redmans
wages crashed into an enbank-
- t and was extensively dam-
aged at about 9.20 a.m. on Shop
Hill Road on Monday,
The lorry was laden with bags
of sugar and two men were lying
top the sugar. The driver
and the two men were injured,

N ACCIDENT occurred on
Suttle Street at about 10.25

on Monday between a motor
owned by G. V. Marshall of

t Hall and driven by Stanley

ett of the Barbados Hard-

ware Store, Swan Street, and a
Je owned and ridden by Syd-
Griffith of Spconer’s Hill, St.
Michael, with Gordon Douglas ot
Six Men’s, St. Peter, on the bar
The rear fork of the bicycle

; ed.

Was OTHER accident occurred
at the corner of Swan and
Tudor Streets at about 7.50 p.m.
on Monday between motor lorry
G—227, owned by G. G. Gale of
View, St. George, and
driven by Arthur C. Thomas of
Greens, and a motor car owned
and driven by Ethan O'Neale of
Tamarind Lane, Eagle Hall.

The right running board of
the lorry and the left front fen-
der and left end of the bumper
of the car were damaged.

WO ST. PETER Plantations—

Maynards and Colleton—were
the first to end their crop season.
This ended during last week.
Maynards is owned by Mr, J.
Corbin while Colleton belong to
P. G. Seales.

VELYN THOMPSON of Ben-
ny Hall, St. Peter was in-
jured over the week-end when she
was involved in an accident with
a bicycle on Welch Town Road.
The bicycle was ridden by Hazel
Hood of Cleland, St. Andrew.

EV. W. BRATHWAITE, newly

appointed Vicar of St. Mark,

was made Chairman of the St.

Mark’s Fellowship at a meeting

to elect officers which was held
last week.

Since the departure of the
founder and ex-chairman, Rev.
L. A. D. Woodland, Mr, L. E.

* Wood was holding the office.

- Other officers appointed are:—
Mr. L. E. Wood, (Leader), Mr.
A. Carter (Assistant Leader), Mr.
E. L. Browne (Secretary), and
Mr. E. Newton (Assistant Sec-
retary). After the elections a
discussion was lead by Mr. E. L.
Browne.

AST FRIDAY’S film show at

the British Council could not
take place as advertised because
of electricity trouble, so the same
programme will be given this
rae: April 28th, at 4.45 p.m.

BRITISH NEWS

MERCY FLIGHT
Air Ambulances. )

TENNIS
STEPS OF THE BALLET

Film Strip Talk “EGYPT”,

. Films For Children—Saturday,
April 29th, 9.30 a.m.
BRITISH NEWS
INSTRUMENTS OF THE OR-
CHESTRA
PICTURE PAPER

(Canadian

Film Strip Cartoon “Road

Safety”, "
Admission to both shows is
free,

Cn Thursday, April 27th, at
P.m. Football Films will
be shown at the oe. C.

ae POLICE BAND, under

apt. C. E, Raison, A.R.C,
will give a Concert Bias
to-night at the St.
house, They will be taking along
ir own electric coloured-light-
ing system which will be intro-
duced to residents of St. Lucy for

at 8 o'clock
Lucy Alms-

= first time.
programme of light varied
music has been arranged,



Vessel Brings
Salted Fish

et motor vessel “Glenwood”
mought 284 casks of salted fish
rom Newfoundland for Barbados
Terday. When it leaves on
ee roe it will be tak-
ad of molasses

ewfoundiance Olasses back to
cargo of salted fish was
discharged “yesterday. The vessel
gin loading molasses to-

On its way down from N
ew-
foundland, the “Glenwood” stop-
bed at Dominica, St. Vincent and
ada to discharge salted fish.
voyage to Newfoundland will

fi The “Glenwood’s” mate told
Ge Advocate” that he had a
Pete trip. The ship met heavy
/ Sas and high wind almost
throughout the voyage.

ee W. S. Monroe & Co.,

, this

are local

vessel's



Rice Ci

ice Comes
thousand bags of rice arriv-
from British Guiana yes-
by schooner “Emeline”.

Schooner also brought 91
rewood and 291 bags of

ap

“

eline” is consigned to
hooner Owners’ Asso-

Ff



20/- For Assault

ae Straher of Alleyne’s
_ yesterday found guilty
Whastulting and beating Albert
Me of Kew Land on March 24
pe D - Morris ordered him
i. a fine of 20s and 2s costs
days or in default under-

one month's imprisonment
ith hard labour.

What's on Today

Meeting, General
® Health at 2.30 p.m.

Football al 's Park
Mt 5.00 pm Queen's Par

:

to
in

Board

Basket Bali at ¥Y.M.C.A

“rrison College at 5.00
Pm. ”

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1950

Agricultural
Workers Gei
Increase Pay

This Agreement between The
Sugar Producers’ Federation
of Barbados and The Barba-
dos Workers’ Union regarding
the Wages of Workers in the
Sugar Industry, was issued on
Monday, .

It is hereby agreed that:

1. (a) The basic wage rates
all factory and field workers in
the sugar industry shall be in-
creased by 1214% on those of 1949
with retrospective effect from
Ist January, 1950.

(b) The retrospective
shall be paid on or before
May.

2. In addition a cash bonus on
total earnings by all such work-
ers employed from the beginning
of the week in which the 1950
erop commenced until the end of
the week in which the crop ended
shall be paid to all such workers
in the industry on or before 30th
September, 1950, at a rate
dependent on the size of the crop
according to the following Scale.
120,000 tons of sugar being taken
as an average crop—





of

pay
20th

Over 125,000 tons — 1%

» 130000 , —2%
135,000 — 3%
140,000 — 4%
145,000 — 5%

» 150,000 — 6%

And so on

3. This agreement shall be
operative for the year 1950.

Signed on behalf of The

Sugar Producers’ Federa-

tion of Barbados

H. G. WARD,
President.
J. A. MAHON.
Signed on behalf of The
Barbados Workers’ Union.
GRANTLEY ADAMS,
President.
I. O. LASHLEY,
F. L. WALCOTT,

General Secretary
Witnessed by:
E. S. S. BURROWES,
Labour Commissioner,

24th April, 1950.

The “Advocate” regrets the very
serious error which appeared in
yesterday’s issue stating that “back
pay with effect from Ist January,
1949, will be paid on or before 20th
May, 1950”, and other misleading
statements, It apologises to work-
ers and employers for any incon-
veniences that may have been
caused as a result.

St. Thomas
Policewoman

Does Good Job

HERE is a policewoman of the
town of Charlette Amelia, in the
neighbouring American colony of
St. Thomas. She is Mrs. Eduardo
Newton who has been described as
“doing a grand job handling juv-
enile delinquents.”



Mrs. E. Newton

The statement in this news-
paper that Barbados is soon likely
to add women to its Police force

brought the information that
Policewoman Newton, not only
tackled the problem which had

assumed alarming proportions, but
she now ts#kes charge of an Ath-
letic Club which provides outlet
for the energy of the erstwhile
urchins, when not in school.

“She has arrested many youths
on their downward path,” is one
comment on her job.



Misadventure Death

A verdict of death by misad-
venture was returned by a.nine-
man jury when the inquiry into
the death’of George Boyce of
Diamond Corner—which was held
by Mr. D. D. Morris, Coroner of
District “A”—was concluded on
Monday.

George Boyce was taken to the
General Hospital on April 15
when he received injuries to his
head while involved in an acci-
dent. at Speightstown. He died
early oh Sunday April 16.



SEAMAN DEAD

COPENHAGEN, April 24.
The body of an Argentine sea-
man, Horacio Lloret of the Al gen-
tine va

‘ n \ :

vessel “Rio San Juan,

appeared
e D

Vindow





BARBADOS ADVOCATE

$1,000.00



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_ Trinidad this morning

when half a block of the c

centre was burnt out, resu
over $1 million.

cause of this fire.
Kwongtung restaurant,

Acheson Expects

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The premises destroyed include the new
Kirpalani’s, Anthony's dry goods
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this morning state that the fire Pets ! !
“SHORTIE”, a member of the Calypso Quartette which arrived @ From page 1. might have been averted if police mS .
from Trinidad on Monday, was the attraction on the waterfrors. that they have full confidence in cities in th : oo — Fay PURINA DOG CHOW
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inger Promises ‘ said to-day that no French mil, PX Seen deposited in Henry Street| |
: . . tary reinforce Ss maha Premises by two men, aE
A Treat 99 Government Berlir ; ‘Nor G the eee — From a nearby bicycle shop
* bat sha pose 1 atorins a ; Seas alaits frantic appeals went out to police.| 7 Oe et
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Thres... weeks. “ago. Antigeats troops would break tks. Went There might be ammunition in a
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Shortie “Inches”? was here with Berlin under cover of a peace From. Headquertere aa ic megou
motor vessel “Caribbee.”” On Mon- rally of unarmed young Ger- wire came an gine oo set the
lav > 4, halt Tatas . mans.” he Jed a ‘ y as t
ns the Trinidad Midget”, who Under Van Zeeland ’ “nN 7 1G. ACC a a ; ... name of the informant, the where- v/} oll.
was about two inches shorter than enti al. security ple- shouts of the persons who deposit- SFOme-imade
‘Inches arrived by the “Cana- : __ BRUSSELS, April 25 one vigHs have been taken, but We ed the box, and the time business
—_ ee ; henna esa of the ee nd = . ale eel any trouble” Fremises were expected to close
ewton Herbert, better known Liberal Party tonight passed a re- the spokesman saic . for the day y / C eae
as “Boyer” or “Shortie”, has solution calling on its delegates to . A high West Berlin police of- ce nm
come as a member of a Calypso the three-party talks for a com- ficial said that though there jeanwhile the box held by iron
quartette from Trinidad. He was Promise solution to the Royal might be sporadic attempts by pands remained unmolested; close
accompanied by the “Mighty Problem, to go ahead with the ne- special trained communist youths was a stock fire. The police
Spoiler”, “Lord Pretender’ and 80tiations. to create Cistur bances a estern were under the mpression that and these
“Lord Zeigfeld”. . ‘ Berlin there was no e\ — e . the Frederick Street premises were
“A singer-dancer”, “Shortie” 1e Liberal negotiators were an organized mass invasion of {4 pave been burglared that night » a)?
called himself, and he promised a U!8ed to “wind up these talks un- the western sectors. . They lay in ambush and while Sifter Dimmer Desserts
treat to Barbadians when he er the condition that an effec- A spokesman of the Commu- they were so engaged, there was
stages shows here. ; uve exercise of the Royal prere- nist-controlled free German youth 4 “Yerrife explosion. The next _ oP ER
“Shortie”, who is 21 years old gatives by Crown Prince Baudouin commented “we Sami a 't minute the Arcade Building hous- . WE OFFER..
stands : Pe 7 ’ “shoe: Will be ensured, thys allowing the clear that we shall demons rate ing »mises burst into flames aks peeeiels , aes
at nee oe as 3 ad noes achievement of national under- in the Soviet sector only, and \ . ed om cone held by ICE CREAM MIX—All F lavours
took. a eee out 8 pounds. “He” tending” that we ‘de, not.dutend to. VIO coi tee ee ees CHIVERS CUSTARD POWDER
they Bec cost trom the ship to , to American provocations at the FO °¢) One, Near (ne scene of the CHIVERS TABLE JELLIES—All Flavours
ha Aa etn Warehouse steps —_ Auguste van Blaabeke, outgoing sector | ry” sabe! Ts Laleued that annthen i . BIRD'S JELLY DeLUXE—AI Flavours _ .
Gene iad some trouble in get- Liberal Minister of Health, said: a+ Be Gb ae was meee a “ at : nt ne} a PINEAPPLE (in Tins) Crushed, Sliced, Cubes :
t e - - y ’ . was n tn YULLGINE i t > lime ol . , , a oe .
He wore white flannel trousers’ _/2¢ Flemish Liberals will never Y he fire, and late this afternoon Sea eee RAISING ene CURRANTS }
V > flanne users, scree t banish Teter ons 1! Fp vale s SEEDLESS RAISINS
brown plaid jacket. an American saree, ae banishment, of the Governor Ope RB. | trantin cioita wer belie: mae ¢ EEDLI iN s
7 A agree this }
brown Sweepstake cap, brown- wieie ne So ial! aon ea a. this J find the body amid the debris. ;
ind-white shoes, and a flashy tie "Usually well informed circle Legislature Reports to police indicate that
with a “Frank Sinatra knot.” ! a an fod tonal nt thi t “th anes : ere re nae am Oem and
a , waertey : 1ere stated tonight that “there are a be jeweller amounting to vel
oe aes his Way: VO the Bag- good prospects of a new Catholic- @ From page 1 $3 000. (By Cable) 4 ie
a ois aaa yo sat quietly he Liberal coalition government un- Sugar Production and Export :
C and began to read > > beatnik Toad) oht ” &¢ ss are — .
made mo fun for. anvore init ee ee gn ey Control Board: The Hon’bles D, G
. anyo " —-Reuter. I \ nq J. J } "
answered to every call yt Leacock { J. A. Mahon, d ti
“Shortie.” . Local Branch of the Empire if
“Shortie’s” P 7 Parliamentary Associations: The 1 e |
Shorti legs fron cle 1 ’ ‘ |
maeitor ak oe ig 4 —_ % om W oka Delegates Hon'ble the President as Tobyi~ /
asu apout » 4 Ss. anc ) nt nd the |} ble 2 if
his upper body about 2 ft, 4 ins. | ‘ hn. 6 f UK Cc 5 are pee Re , , |
Although short, his body is well- 4zeave Soon tor / In the House of Assembly Mr. ia}
proportioned, ok = : at an ie ’ |
His parents are both Trinid (Barbados Advocate Correspondent) A. E. S. Lewis was re-appointea HEALING
4 c = are U ldaa- ;
is > f average iva . JO} mpeakel |
tae Of average. size. He PORT-OF-SPAIN, April 25 lowing appointments i |
om a as Sisyens who are all of The West Indies Po'itical Dele ere then made |
ae height, gation and its British West Ind‘« select Committee to reply toja| |
se Shortie” 1s a first class me- Sugar Association Advisers he Governor’s Speech | '
Soshid “4 iy one of his col- leave soon for the U.K. for the Mr. G. H. Adams, Mr. J. H |
eet me gets plenty of meet in London about May 12 Wilkinson, Mr. W. A. Crawford, } i} |
work in Trinidad There is likelihood too that yy Rk, G. Mapp, Mr. W. W. Reece, |
Only recently he made his de- they will be going without yy; p. p, Garner, Mr. F. C. God- An effectual Remedy for
but on the stage as a cal stama The Trinid: : JA a heer eee eka seth emectual emedy: for’ in-
’ _ age as a calyps) Bustamante. The Trinidad Gov- gayq Mr. ©. K. Walcott and Mr.
singer, This newly started career ernment understands from a com- AB S Lewis tert nd t ]
of his has caused him to do some munique received that Jamaica * lee oe Gamrnitte: M: an EG ORGS Te
travelling. He has already visited is willing to send a representative E. Smit : |
Caracas, British Guiana and to meet other delegates in Lon- * Print Cor His Hono: F \ Bronchitis, |
Aruba with the troupe to sir don < 1 H. Wil
calypsoes (By. Cable.) ~~ SP" a} A ak Me. OF |B ( Dyse ' : ‘|
“Shortie” told the “Advocate Crawford’ Mr. J. Be "T: Branoker. tie. 5; says Mr. Whale:
that he went to school at Or onesies D. ( H Hot Fev« Ne !
Dal mm t 1 One- i
mond, eae as Mu. OE “IT’S THE STUFF li
ee on " > Te aay ee ar rfiiiae of ‘eve ‘ |
9 Father of Five rae Me eae TO SPOUT ABOUT!
Vir 1 \ I V tj i
i uf ; nd bea ' r ‘
20 R at /+ . Dy Crawfon | ie. i
eturn Wins $6,240 Victor lf
: ! wford, Mr, L. BE. R » ail! “ |
4 B d: Parbados Advocate Correspondet Mr. W a ' * a~i* per he tle |B “ ez ‘ ia
FromBermuda Gill and Mr. F.C. Goddard. |) I" E idle Gi alters |
PORT-OF-SPAIN, April 25 _ Members of the Sugat , urine) os ign
Twenty Barbadians returned Rennix Costle Ole sik. Soerer reer es 2 mre oh | ewes FTC iD } Pr 9
home from H.M. Dock Yards, father of five of Todds Road pees Mi D. D. Garner, a Druggists on applicatic | j
Bermuda, by the R.F.A. ‘Gold quiet village in the cane belt area, W. A. Crawford, Mr. E, D. Mott PPeea Hon | { |
Ranger’ yesterday. won the second prize of $6,240 of ley. | i ;
They were E. Thompson, D the Union Park Sweepstake. Members of the Board of Agri | mn i oO ee /
Barrow, E. Mason, A. Lynch, G. He hed ticket X.: culture Mr. E. L Ward, Meta) JL |
Massiah, J. Carter, W. Alleyne, drew Wave Crest winne? H A Do vding, Mr, L. E, Smit! 2 : ;
Cc. Bailey, D. Pickering, G. races at the Union Meeting and Mr. A. E a La yee a Tes mam 1 ) The Perfection of Confection |
Gaskin, E, Nurse, G. Leslie, A. Costle did not know of his luck Members of the Board of the} fi) A Hl / | ies
Best, M. Clake, J. Holder, F. until 12 hours after the draw, Peasants’ Loan Bank: Mr. W. A. 4 1
ae pase Sore eae. Se oe Na! 1
Gill, G. Russell, A. Sealey and Todds Road is* 25 miles from Crawford and Mr. D D. Garner | MADE IN U.K. ts
L. Stoute, Port-of-Spain. Members the Bridgetown | ‘ i
These are among the many Costle also claimed to have Housing Board; Mr. G, H. Adams|{| Fi I). WALTERS’ ‘PALM’ TOFFEE LTD. ‘PALM’ WORKS, Hy
thrown out of employment four serials in the Christmas and Mr. M. E, Cox. LONDON, W3. A
through the closing down of the Sweep. He is a cane farmer and Members of the Sugar Produc- \
Bermuda dock yards. he uses rented lots to plant his tion and Exports Control Board: celal aries SE
, : : ) A y
“Some 200 Barbadians have canes. He has no immediate pla Mr. F. L. Walcott, Mr. E, L \ ———_ —_— -— ———- — 3
been put out of work, along with how he is going to use the money. Ward, Mr. D. D. Garner together
about 500 Englishmen and sev- (By Cable) vith Mr, H. O. Emtage, Bus i
eral Bermudans”, one of, the es “i
workers told the “Advocate’’.

A Coudensed Milk



“None of the Barbadians are al-
lowed to remain”, he said

Sealey has been employed in
the dock yard for 15 months. He
worked in the plumbing depart-
ment. He found conditions fav-
ourable

The twenty men, some coming
ashore by the ‘Gold Ranger’s’
launches and others by the “Ida”,
Government Tug and Waterboat,
all looked happy. They were met
at the Baggage Warehouse by
their relatives and friends

food « Drink
Together

.. (2.

IN A PERFECT COMBINATION

The perfect combination

All the world knows that Good
health builder. All the world knows
have. been eaten since Roman time
health giving Food value

stout is a great
that Oysters
for their






Over 2.000 cases of condensed
milk were landed here by the s.s.
“Bonaire” yesterday. This ship-
ment arrived from Amsterdam,

Other cargo of the “Bonaire”
for this port ; potatoes, pow-
dered milk, salted fish,
frozen fish, smoked herrings, beer,
wine and cognac

Also musical ir

We have perfected
the combination of
these two in





struments, toys,



footwear, cutlery and enamel- AA
ware ei iy

The “Bonaire” expected to Ue
leave port to-day for Trinidad.

OYSTER. STOUT

Only one passenger has booked to



sail with her. Local agents are
Messr~ S. P. Musson, Son & Co.,
Ltd.
ses It's sovothing, easily
: ; digestible yet richer
Homing Pigeon
8 & and gracious flaveur

lets you feel it is doing
good even as you drink
it,

Sold

HOMING PIGEON h been
purchased by The Anglo-Iris!
gency from Mr. Walter Hutchin-
to go to U.S.A

as





HOMING PIGEON is a three-
fie Melnerae THE FOOD AND DRINK TOGETHER
HO NEY’S

SMITH & ATWELL Ltd





; N > ART & SAMPSON (1938)
»'N lk State Ne ta M. L. SEALE & ¢
1e receiv AD _ STANSFELD, SCOTT & ( Lt
Free H i ERBS & Co. Ltd.J. D. TAYLOR & Sons I.td
he z CRONEY & C tT. O. TUDOR & ¢
’ ‘ WILLIAMS MARKET i

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Horrockses’ White COTTON TOWELS, coloured
borders in Blue, Green, Gold, Pink (24 x 48)

‘ $ 2.09

Horrockses’ coloured Woven COTTON TOWELS in
Gold, Blue, Green (24 x 48) each

Hemmed TURKISH TOWELS, Pink, Blue, Green,
Gold (20 x 40) each.

$1.33
Coloured BEACH TOWELS (33 x 66) each,.....
$3.13

CAVE SHEPHERD & (0. LD.

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“PAGE SIX

. id :-—— ;
ie” Prodan aod Honourable Members of the Legislative Council :
Mr> Speaker and Members of the House of Assembly :
: opening of a new Session of any Legislature has always appeared

Met demartd some of the attributes of a New Year with its opportunities
for wed goodwill and resolutions of service for the common good. It
would; he impertinent for a new Governor to make suggestions in this regard,
ont: E mention that aspect in extending a welcome to you on your return to
autycand to a Session in which some legislation of primary importénee
Sieber uhder your consideration.

' “SMe. President and Honourable Members of the Legislative Council:
te re to take this opportunity to pay a tribute to the Honourable
(idlev Leacock who has recently retired from the Presidency and membership
ef your Council, His service in this Island is universally known, admired
and_xespected, but I wish to thank him pnblicly for the personal kindness and
sympathetic understanding which be extended to a new Governor in « strange
jand. I am happy to say that he = agreed at my reqtest to continue his
inermbershi the Executive Council.

. i ee oe to annonnee that the Honourable John Chandler, who
for many years has been a valned member of the Council, has aecepted the
= "as tek vaeancy in the Council, His Majesty the King has been
oleased to give instructions for the appointment of Mr. Julian Aubrey Mahon.
‘ "5. | wish also to mention the loss which the Public Serviee in Barbados
amd the Council have sustained by the transfer of Mr. Stewart Perowne frorm
Barbados. Tn too short a period spent in Barbados. Mr. Perowne rendéred
meritorions service to this Island both as Colonial Secretary and as the Officer
Administering the Government. ; i
6. The imminent departure.of Mr. Campbell from this Council and
‘vom Barbados ean only be recorded in terms of the deepest regret. He hos
teen of the greatest assistance to me and his tireless and unremitting service
to Barbados over the last seven years will leave a gap which it will be difficult
to fill adequately. We wish him and Mrs. Campbell Godspeed in their

new sphere.



Mr. President and Honourable Members of the Legislative Cowneil:

-Mr. Speaker and Members of the House of Assembly: ‘

-7. Soon after my appointment to this high office, I listened with deep
interest to a radio broadeast by my distinguished predecessor in which he
said :—



“Such positive powers as the Governor has in Barbados are based
on the Royal prerogative and on Colonial Regulations and cover only
‘‘prerogative matters and appointments and discipline. Woe betide «
‘pro Consul who, accustomed to Crown Colony methods elsewhere,
‘Sattempts to practise the direct way of other Colonial Governments... ..’’
With this warning in mind, I have paused to consider the theme of my
address.to you to-day. The field of possible comment is wide, and, if only
irom the point of view of time, it is necessary to be selective. If I do not
refer to-particular subjects it will not be because I in any way wnderrate
their..importanee, but merely that my knowledge of local conditions and
considerations are yet insufficient to leaven with my experience. I deem it
ny duty to express freely my views, but I seek your indulgence on this
oecasion if unwittingly T offend in word any of your traditions or unwritten

rules
CIVIL SERVICE

s. Ideal with the Civil Service first because much of what I have to say later
ii relation to development will assume the availability of a contented, experienced
dad efficient Civil Service. Soon after my arrival, | discovered that there is a
wealth of Barbadian talent domiciled abroad whieh has been discouraged for
nany years from remaining in Barbados for the service of the Island. Later.
[ learned +} ’ were many senior and experienced officers who, after 4
voraparatively short service in Barbados, were anxious to seek a transfer else-
where, Ty) the last four mouths the problem has become aeute and threatens

worsen in relation to professional posts.

Lhe cause is obvious. Sinee the war, nearly every Civil Service and prae-
ically all private enterprise have improved the terms and conditions of service
cinployees, and in the senior ranks, particularly of executives and in
sional field, the advance has been substantial. In the West Indies
‘here has been a general revision of salaries and improved terms of service, but
Jarbados has not yet made her terms sufficiently attractive to retain some of
‘he most essential staff or to recruit new officers who will not be compelled — for
linancial reasons, after too brief a service — to look for further employment
elsewhere
1 10. | feel that Barbados has put itself rather in the position of a patient who
| is suffering from a wasting disease and who periodically, when he begins to fee]
| veally ill, calls in a specialist and seeks his advice. After having obtained
| this advice, the patient proceeds to ignore it until he is again warned of the

serionsness of his trouble, and then he proceeds to change his specialist hoping
that a second or even third opinion will be less alarming. Let us take one
‘xample viz. education. Barbados has enjoyed an enviable record as being the
leader of education in the Caribbean. There is no doubt it is losing its reputation,
out, what is more important, the future of the young Barbadian is bein:
) jeopardized
- 1]. [| have emphasized the problem particularly in relation to education
put I believe that to maintain an effieient Civil Service it will be necessary to
| vevise the terms and conditions of service of all posts of professional status. As
+ an ex-Pinancial Secretary the question of cost springs readily to my mind ‘ut
1 ihe real question to be faeed is whether Barbados can afford to continue to
| economize in relation to brains. Any savings which accrue to the Treasury from
| vacant posts or lower standards I believe to be the results of false economy.
{ 12. Next I must make some reference to the Secretariat which, as you
| know, is really the Governor’s office. As many of you will appreciate, the
| growing volume and pace and complexity of business upon all who are engaged
ni | in service to the public, both within and without the Civil Service, makes it more

‘

ui they

ee

the profte

ne

und move difficult to detach oneself from time to time from the pressure of day

'o day work and to assess either the problems of Barbados ag a whole or the

individual problems which require analysis, clear thinking and calm jidgment

Me The Barbados Seeretariat is in that position. The pressure of vork over

_ ‘he last two years, the pace of public requirements and the increasing complexity

of business are beyond the present gearing of that offiee. There is no implied

eviticisin of the staff who have worked conscientiously and for unduly long

hours over a very long period, They have been set an impossible task. The

vesult has been the accumulation of arrears and undue delays in dealing both

vith departments and the public, This hag slowed down the general adminis-

‘ ‘ration and has made the work of the Government more diffieul!. I regret it

‘| deeply, but T hope that within a short time it will be possible for the Secretariat

eat to deal with what is known as Part II of Commissioner Adams’ Report on the

a
) carly implementation, and to offer a solution of many of our difficulties. There

| ‘re proposals therein for the rehabilitation of the Secretariat and I trust that
they will be considered first, as expediency certainly demands jt

13. On Mr. Campbell’s departure, the Financial Secretary will act as
Colonial Secetary until the post is filled substantively, and Mr. H. 8, Jemmott
will act in his post. Iu addition, | am making immediate arrangements to second
certain officers from other departments in an attempt to get abreast of the work.

14. As regards the Service generally, the unavoidable delays in the con-
| sideration of the proposals in the Report to which I have referred have retarded
|} progress. Beeause of my former experience | have paid particular attention to
_ | the financial organization, the revenue departments and the ancillary accounting
_\ departments. From the evidence before me, I consider that they require
~ ) strengthening in two ways. Firstly, by the provision of additional senior posts,

and secondly, by planned training of the staff.
| 15. T do not want to anticipate the recommendation of the Committes
whieh is considering training schemes for Civil Servants, but a I say f

_< *jconsider the matter vital in relation to the proper development of this service.
, FINANCIAL POSITION
16. In passing to the financial field I particularly seek your indulgence

Hit 1 appear to be too direet in my speech but it is the field in which T have had
J some experience and whieh may be of some value when co-nrdinated with local
‘}) conditions.

The current budget reflects —

(a) a current total revenue and total expenditure each approximating
$9,500,000 or nearly 50 per head of the population ;

(b) a nett Publie Debt of roughly $1,800,000 or $9 per head of the
population ;

(e) @ General Reserve Balance of the order of $6,000,000 or $30 per
head of the population.

Relatively speaking the public debt is small and the Reserve Balance, which
- jhas already been hypothecated to some extent, advantageous to development.
ee 17. If we glance back over the last ten years, we shall note that revente

#yend expenditure is now more than three times what it was jn 1940/41, the

‘4Public Debt is more or less the same, while the General Revenue balanee has

jadvanced substantially. Even allowing for the universal fall in the valae of
money, I believe substantial progress in services to the public can be reeorded

im the last decade. The problem is the future. While the general evonomy ot






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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Barbados may be sounder than ever before in our lifetime, there can be no
doubt that the road to further progress will be uphill. The expansion of re
services is not only the subject of pressing and legitimate demand from
publie, but is essential to the healthy growth of a progressive people. But a
continuance in the upward curve of reeurrent ex) can only be main-
tained if the Island’s economy has a eo ing capacity for expansion
of a greater part of the national ineome can be diverted to Government a
1 say this because one significant feature of the present revenue position ©
flattening out of the curve of receipts in the last

yous, inee ing @ pro
able end to the trend of substantial annual increases in revenue. It ao

in that there will be some moderate increases in some receipts in the future,
but see no reason to anticipate any substantial advance of the otder of previous
years in the total revenue of the island.

OIL 3

18. It will be convenient if at this stage 1 made a passing. reference
to oil. It gives me first the opportunity to express publicly the ee
cf Barbados to the Government of Alberta and their Minister of Lands -_
Mines, the Honourable N. E. Tanner, who, in a most generous gesture 0
goodwill to this Island, have made available, without any cost to —-
their hard earned experience in the oil business. I know that Mr. Tanner’
visit has caused him some inconyenience in relation to his public duties
in Alberta, but I have the ‘feeling and the hope that, the contact having se
twade between that Province of Canada and this Island, there are prospects
of further contacts which should be to our mutual advantage. a

19. It is, of course, impossible for anyone at this stage to define the
prospects of finding oil in large quantities. I do not propose to start ag
chickens or barrels of oil. nor to build casties, or gven a harbour, with t 7
part of the proceeds which would aecrue to the public revenues, but Pang fi
say this: if great wealth is found, then the greatest care must be taken to
minimize the inflation which can arise from ‘‘recurrent windfalls’’ ot
‘‘eapital revenue.”’ I have used those terms loosely, but I feel certain s
will be appreciated that the oil resources of a country e a valuable nations
asset which, unlike sugar. is incapable of being renewed.

In my opinion, it will be imperative that what I have termed —_—
revene’’ should mainly be used for capital expenditure so that the none
recurrent expenditure is controlled to ensure as far as possible that ac
services are not developed to an extent where a recession of revenue woul
entail a substantial reduction in recurrent services. ,

As I have said, I am not building castles, but it has seemed to be appropty
ate, in a speech of this kind, that I should make some passing referenee to ot

REVENUE POTENTIAL

20. Let me return to the question of the recurrent revenues. _ They
tay be capable of being increased bv intensification of revenue collection _
by widening the tax field, or by incréased rates of tax and duties, or directly
und indirectly from inereased production. Sos :

In fairness to all citizens, it is desirable that each individual member of
the community who is in a position to do so should be required to pay bis
appropriate share towards the purchase of such benefits as are shared in
common. While few people would disagree in principle with that view, there
is seldom common ground as to what is the ‘‘appropriate share’’ at the various
income levels. But before that problem is examined, it is essential that a
Government should be satisfied that its revenue machinery is operating with
the greatest possible efficiency, that its customs tariff is symmetrical, and
its ineome tax schedules properly balanced.

21. There are, I believe. many anomalies within the present Customs
Tariff, and it is fortunate that there will be available shortly expert proposals
for a new tariff structure, on a basis of a Customs Union within the Caribbean,
which in itself would result in some small increase in revenue, but, what is
jaore important, will provide a sound tariff structure for the future. :

22. It must be admitted that the income tax machinery is not operating
with the greatest possible efficiency as, owing to a progressively increasing
volume of work, the department—in spite of the most creditable efforts on the
part of the staff—is much in arrear.

23. As I have indieated earlier, there are proposals for strengthening
hoth these Revenue Departments on whom we depend for nearly 95% of out
uett total receipts, and [ trust that they will be presented for consideration at
an early date.

24. I accept the axiom, which is as old as Adam Smith, that it is bad
finaneial policy and bad statesmanship to take from the people in taxation,
over a term of years, more than is required to ‘fulfil the duties and responsibili-
ties of Government and to make prudent provision for emergencies. I recognize
that if taxation begins to press hardly upon trade, commerce and industry
as to restrict its legitimate scope, then it is bad, because it will defeat its own
cbjeet and will result in diminishing returns. If, on the other hand, the
returns on its investment are unduly generous, then a greater share should
acerue to the publie purse.

25. I am well aware that the question of taxation must be closely examined
in relation to the problem of costs of living of individuals and that any sub-
stantial inerease in such costs would result in a lowering of the standards of
living of the majority of the community. Moreover, at the present time the
price level of foodstuffs, to which I shall refer later, is rising which has the
same adverse effect.

26. But I am talking theory and my purpose in referring to this matter
is to suggest that Barbados should avoid the present practice of treating a
tinaneial year, which is an arbitrary period, as if it was an economic unit and
should adopt as soon as is praciicable a long term taxation policy complementary
to a plan of economic and socin| development.

DEVELOPMENT

27. That brings me to the major question of economic and social develop-
ment. In 1946 the Rankine ‘ommittee recommended a sketch plan to provide
a ten year plan of developm:nt and welfare policy. It outlined a programme
veflecting a capital cost of newly $17,000,000 and an ammually recurrent charge
of $720,000 apart from the u.iunal service of any loan raised in respect of the
programme, Of the estimate: capital cost $4,000,000 or roughly 25% was to
be made available to Barbades by the United Kingdom as a free grant

Part of the programme ha, been undertaken and a part of the free grant
‘ias been received, but it is essential in all development plans that there should
he a periodie review of the pri posals, for they must by their very nature keep
abreast with development. [urthermore, as has been found elsewhere, the
term of a plan and its priorities are bound to be affected by circumstances which
‘ould not have been foreseen when the plans were made.

28. It is the question «\ priorities to'which I particularly wish to refer.
‘n twenty five years experien: | have find that the determination of priorities
is a most diffienlt problem, hit there is oae priority which I suggest 4s ineseap-
wble. That is, to ensure the economic development — the development of
production — is given its proper place at the head of the queue, for without the
fulfilment of its purpose, viz. 9 greater national wealth, there can be little hope
f substantial development «/ social services and a higher standard of living
which the community seek.

29. The problem of ecoi »mic development in Barbados is far more difficult
to solve than, say, in a country of 350,000 square miles like Nigeria, but the
Rankine Committee's report “ives some valuable suggestions of possible Jines
of development and | sugges, that the earliest opportunity should be taken to
review those proposals which are directly remunerative in relation to production,

WATER
30, There can be no doubt that the prerequisite to increased production in
Garbadog, or in any country, is water. Its importance in relation to the
sugar industry is well understood, but in fact there can be hardly one aspect of
production, agricultural or industrial, where water is not an essential part.
Chis view has been expresse:| recently much more vividly by no less authority
than thag of the Royal Bank of Canada. In a pamphlet issued by that Bank
recently headed ‘‘Life Depenis on Water’, the final paragraph reads :—
“Conserving water nature’s way is no mean objective. To unriddle
“the subtle aspects of the soil-water-plaut-anima! complex offers the natural
‘sciences an exciting co-operative adventure. To persuade men of the
‘wisdom of co-operation and forward-looking, slighting their immediate
“gain for the good of all, is an objective worthy of the best im the social
“sciences, To deal wisely with the varying ‘needa of agriculture and
““indnstry in the present and for the future: that is a challenge to govern-
“ments worthy of the best that is in them.’

3). The Rankine Committee recognized the priority of water and proposed
a block sum of roughly $2,500,000 for the development of water supplies and
irrigation, but owing to the difhieulty of obtaining a competent water engineer,
there has been much delay in the preparation of a scheme. [ trust that progress
will now be made in what | have termed the prerequisite of development.

_ 32. Next to water I would place the production of food as the second
priority for detailed consideration, but before examining the question of its
develdpment T wish to refer to one aspect — that of subsidization of imported
tood

In the current bndget, at a figure of over $1,100,000, it is the seeond largest
head representing over 13% of the nett total expenditure. It sosts roughly as
much as the total cost of law and order and the administration of Justice, and
more than the total cost of our medical and health services.

















































































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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26, gggy__

I have endeavoured to satisfy myself I hat Barbados is getting fall
for this expenditure, that this huge expenditure could not be used for ;
but with greater — more on Sau economy uf B
in i meral economie develo :
= “i ae be of subsidization were capitalized, there woulg
able a sum cxtesdiie twenty million dollars for a bold plan of long term lead
ment directed towards a major and general advance in the general egg
Barbados. On the other hand, the withdrawal of subsidization Would rep
an added cost to the community of less than ten cents per head per week »
be a hardship to certain people. However, it is a matter, | suggest gue
should not be rejected out of hand, and is deserving of further conside
93. The cost of living index with a base of 100 in September, 1
a peak of 236 at the end of 1948, but fell during 1949 to an average of
February of this year it increased by two points to 230 and will donk
further in the months ahead. Mueh of that increase will be related to j
food. There are, of course, certain foods which do not grow here, such ag
but we should be satisfied that as far as is possible this Tsland is self gq
in relation to its food requirements. I understand there has been an a
in ‘‘real’’ wages in recent years which naturally increases the general :
ing power, but if there is not a similar advance in the produetion of fonds
prices will rise and the benefit to the consumer will be lost. If my informs:
is correct that the supply does not meet the demand and that food prig
unduly high and threaten to rise further, is it not essential to intenait
development of fisheries, of livestock and of food ground crops geney
as to endeavour to obtain some stability in food prices? a
34. I am informed that in the fishing season, the fishermen Jj
catches, for, as one said to me, to bring in more than he could sell
“‘*humbug.”’ Is it quite impracticable for private enterprize to find a gg
whereby a greater quantity of fish could be purehased at fair ppigas ad
refrigerated for later consumption when the demand exceeds the s n
if such a scheme is found to be uneconomic, which T doubt, is there anye
reason why there shonld not be government participation in one fe
er?
‘tee weeks ago, I learned there was a glut of carrots and that
ducer invited all and sundry to help themselves. There must havo heap;
considerable waste which might have been avoided — if “arrots, as may |
vegetables, can be kept in cold storage. ee >
We are spending over $500,000 a year on subsidizing salted fish ang
pork. Could not that money be invested here tn Barbados for the betiel
Barbadians? The quick answer [ have been given is that it probably og
but the ultimate price to the consumer may be higher. 4
35. Much is being done to encourage the development of j
holdings in relation to the growing of vegetables, but | believe there are
economie possibilities in relation to co-operative irrigated holdings
which are being presently considered. Elsewhere they have been g
and it may be money well invested to give it a trial here by adopt
two small pilot schemes on Crown land te be operated by the Depai
Agriculttre to cover, say, sixteen to twenty families in relation to twelyy
fifteen acres each holding being fitted out with a permanent automa
head irrigation system based on a central pumping station. p
36. TI realise that some of these ideas may be nebulous, but I feel th
relation to present conditions and potential development it would be wi
review thoroughly every angle of food production, of marketing and of

bution.
TOURIST INDUSTRY

37. In turning to the question of secondary industries, may I
briefly with the second largest industry in the Island, the tourist i
First, I should disclose that L approach this question with prejudite, |
have experienced its undoubted benefits to the general economy of f re
one country. ig

With those who object in principle to a tourist industry I haye
understanding, for the Britisn are an insular race, but if we are assured
a developed tourist industry can strengthen the general economy of this!
without raising the costs of living, then we should sink our personal f
and accept what appears to be inevitable, i.e. an increasing number off
wishing to visit this Island. i

38. My thesis is that in present cireumstances the successful develo
of the tourist industry depends on the general development of Barbadds
cannot be undertaken in isolation. It depends to some extent on the dey
ment of water and of food, on transport facilities, on hotel facilitig
training of servants, on the availability of skilled and semi-skilled
the development of local handicrafts, on recreational facilities, and mange
factors. If all those things are taken care of in the general developme it
then a tourist industry should thrive, but it may be necessary for @
to assist in one or_more ways to which T shall refer later,

SECONDARY INDUSTRIES
39. The development of secondary industries is a phrase whieh |
very easily to the lips, but, as I have found from personal experience, 134
difficult to implement unless a bold policy is adopted. a
[ suggest the first point to be settled is whether direct or indirect 01
ment assistance is required to induce private enterprise — whether OL
or overseas — whether a major company or a small partnership, or. vel
individual to undertake new industrial ventures in this Island, and iff
extent of such assistance. a
40. I propose to explain vriefly the policy adopted elsewhere
leave others to judge if it could and should be applied here in Barb os,
plan was divided into two categories, viz. capital and recurrent. A vere
sum was hypotheeated from the General Revenue Balance and was mal
able for loans to private enterprise. That sum was divided into two A
parts. The major portion was to be devoted to major scheiies and the remal
was allocated to an indepéndent Revolving Fund to cover minor
industrial development in relation to small partnerships and individuals
A s regards recurrent assistance, it took the form, when adopted, of
nore of the following :— a
(a) interest free loans for a term of years;
(b) deferred repayments of principal;
(¢) remission of import duties on capital equipment peed
imdustry ; a
(d) easing of income tax rates in the first years of the undertam
(e) special depreciation allowances in relation to partieular iat
41. I would like to explain in further detail the Revolving Fund 10)
1 have referred. earlier for I am a great believer in the development of
anits. Tf I had to choose between one scheme cost ing $100,000 and fifty 8
each costing $2,000, 1 should preter the latter, \
_ A committee was appointed to control the funds allocated and ten
‘ations were invited setting out the type of production proposed, the 6
of the applicant and the many other factors necessary to test the sou
‘ne proposer and the proposal, Many were rejected at first sight, the
hetng investigated and finally decisions were taken by the Committe. 24
The small partnership ov individual seldom has first class security,’
‘tid not find that our bad debts were disproportionately high. Natu
"isks were taken, but I snegest a refusal fo take risks is a sign of @
insolveney. “
42. I have mentioned in relation to thé tourist industry the neces
develop the handicrafts of Barbados, A very large part of tourist @
is directed towards the purchase of items having a special iskand int
hope I shall offend nobody when [ say that the standard of workm
the appearance and the finish of many of ‘the local articles leave ¢
:oom for improvement. In fact, it is alleged that large quantities of
have to be imported from Jamaica for sale to tourists to Barbados.
It may be well worth while for this Government to invest a f
dollars in developing the field and improving the standard of local handies
43. One other aspect of the development of secondary industries #
mentioned and that is the urgent necessity for the adoption of some.s¢
technical education.in the Island, There isa report on the matter 4
't could appropriately be brought into a plan of economic developm

1 have referred,
DEEP WATER HARBOUR J

44. It is not possible to leave out of consideration in a plan of ¢
development the proposals made over manv decades for the establ
deep water harbour for Barbados. While undoubtedly tt is a ‘cross #
ef industry and should not be considered in isolation, ¥ts financial i
demand the closest attention.

I do not propose to express a conclusion on the fivancial aspects 208%
naturally the figures in the report of Sir Douglas Rikchie are now oub®
and require revision which doubtless will reflect modif cations both hemes
adverse to the economics of the proposal. But méy point in meni
sroject today is to invite attention to two major cofisiderations,



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ei

First, we must keep in mind that the progressive implementation &
economic development plan to whieh T have referred should itself
prosperity and so far as is possible we should eudesavour to measure ie &&

revenue advance arising from

veighing in the consideration of th harbour proposals ,

Secondly, weight should be given to the pote ntial adverse effect on #2 P '

if deep water harbour facilities are not protvided. \ithough nob a4

parallel, there are many ports on the West Cost of Africa and elsewhere ®
@ On page %.

its implementation and give it the 9PF















| wepNESDAS

WASHINGTON, April 25.

fi years aco re mrishi } : ? * . . wi: hee’
ean Navy Secretary Fran-|;.;),) ies wert rept but today are deserted for the reason that they Reserve F und, of the Public Buildings Insurar
Amer ws, on behalf of Presi- a ae a: “Pp up with modern requirements. The townships which the ports Renewal Fund in the development of Barbados.
4 ss upporter 10 longer avi Mh. : . z
jae Mqruman, today awarded the Se jn longer exist. That is unlikely to happen to Bridgetown, for our ! A
Distinguished 4p Sera trace will flow without a harbour although, perhaps, far less efficiently and. reviewed. : ; :
? ter ast lost in the shertsore; more costly. At one time Barbados was the centre of entrepot trade mic schemes, a loan issue in my opbuion would be more likely to attract ¢ub-
the ayo in the Caribbean, but to recover that trade —- if it is still possible — a aodern seribers and to obtain reasonable rates of bo
, peaations sent to the relatives} arbour would be required. : . a if necessary, pending the issue of a loan couk

country

APRIL 26,""1950



|| p.F.C. For 10

a. missing men had
: me Tauered tasks with
and skill on a peacetime
* and had rendered “out-
service to the Navy and

LT ns eee»

Governor













SOCIAL SERVICES—CAPITAL

dealt With a programme for eapital expe
here is provision in the current budget
Doubtless

_ +5. I have not «
tO social services,

nearly $400,000,

i e those proposals will be rev
} Truman yesterday | light of the fiscal survey now bei . i

~ president t : ¥ now being undertaken and w
Hugened a resolution authorising} of a bold economi 4 : a Re









- f which had been pilot-
rough Congress to the White

|

; thin five days.
“Tt.

both
. sentatives.
F of Repre —Reuter.

| in '
Yesterday
COUNCIL

the Legislative Council
Gover:

ock who has resigned.

ji for five years.
DOCUMENTS

unanimous approval
the Senate and the

The Legislature

E met
. Message was received from
: telling of his appointment
J. D. Chandler as President
Council in place of the Hon'ble

Message told of the appoint-
Mr, J. A. Mahon by H.M. Gov-
to serve as a member of the

Documents laid were the Annual Re-
-of the Department of Science and

oe for the year 1948—49; th

ie
Government Bacteriological
meine: < | Laboratory for the year

tation for the
gt August, 1949:
"Me Marks Rules, 1949

Jetter from Lady Hutson was read

of the Department of
period Ist April, 1948—

Quarterly Return of
Rum to 3ist March, 1950,

ing thanks for the Resolution of
thy sent her by the Council as

I

G. D, L, Pile presented a Peti-
to the Council on behalf of the
siety of the Proprogation of the Gospel
m parts, under the common seal
Society and of the Hon'ble the

and the Rector of the parish
it, John, asking the Council to assent
the passing of an Act vesting certain

the death of her husband Sir
Hutson, a former President of the













le development. plan,

SUMMARY

‘ left many blanks, possibl
mcorrect assumptions, but as regards: my
there is room for doubt, and that is, unless
substantially, she cannot go forward an¢
the mass of the people which is the
merease her 1
be possible




Barbados can develo
_and improve
ann of eve
‘evenues she must increase her
only within a sound programme
As regards the financing of a de
would be no difficulty in obtainin
the appropriation of the une
Kingdom to any major e
source would be the
tion might be given

production and I








xpended balance of

conomie project such as water developm
General Revenue Balance.
to investing on a loan basis part,

__

Addresses And Questions

IN THE HOUSE

Mr. Bryan gave notice of the! Price Stabilisation

K : rt and Welfare) 9 (1) A scheme for life Insur-
sorte eon ceases, Yesterday. an 1947 's too small for the pur- Te Government aware ance and free life saving
to draw to the eitetlon: | Your! a ie preci 1s to be devoted, | that many elementary school pro- devices for fishermen.

Excellency the Governor that| funds, a ee ducts are leaving school without} This Address was: passed by

oo is in existence certain maps
and surveyor’s plans, showing a] lency to make repres ions

‘ a ne} é presentations t
Public Road along the sea-shore| His Majesty’s Principal Beeretary
leading from Lower Fontabelle, | of State e

The House request Your Excel-

n for the colonies for a
Land’s End, Old Burial Ground, | re-allocation of the amounts pro-
Goodland, Brighton, Spring Gar-| vided for these funds so as to

den, Danesbury, Walmer Lodge, |
The Fort, Bats Rock and Prospect |
where the above road joined the

provide for an increase in I

sabour
We'fare. oa

| si
buildings in St. John in the| Black Rock Road. | Thee’; Howse ) of ame the Rector of St. John, and The House of Assembly | respectfully request Your Meek.
Tespective successors in office. respectfully ask that Your Excel-| lency to send down legislation in
} HOUSE lency take immediate steps to} the near future (1) providing for
send to the House legislation security of tenure for employees
MIRIY-FIVE Addresses, eleven pilis,! having for its object, (1) the| in all branches of industry, com-
ht of which are Government, ten! Yepairing, and (2) the restoring} Merce and other businesses in

e and two resolutions were given. | i





Adams laid the following:—
Report the it of

t on the Government Bacteriolo-
Pathological Laboratory for


























1950
Department of Educa-
the period Ist April, .1948 +o

1949.

Marks Rules, 1949
notices were given:—
tg pn to make it

ition to sanction
entitled “The
lise Marks Rules, 1949’ made by
fer on the Ist April, 1950, un-
the arraons of the Merchandise

: Bill to amend the De-
of Science and Agriculture Act,

: Bill to amend the Pxecu-
Saat tena ine mu
AS amend the Public
Pension

«08; Bill for promoting the cul-
trees and for purposes in con-
therewith.
Adams: Bill to provide for the
nt of a pension to Douglas Arden
» Manager of the Pea-
oan Bank in this Island.
Adams; Bill to mitborise the Gov-
axecutiv ‘ommittee to let
Government lands to the Gov-
Body of Combermere School.

* Bill to amend the, Widows

Pension Act, 1928.

Notice of a Bill to amend
Act 1911.

forks
land in

fc : Bill to vest
ety St. John for Knéw-

rs

ir. Bill to incorporate the
ba ne Movement

, Garner gave notices of addresses
to persons returning tc Afric»

- Banks, ‘ti
‘in hotels, clubs etc., scholarships
é at Queen's College, Expansion
; in schools and seat-
on for visitors to the

two were rend a first time.
assistance in scr imi -
Payment for Enquiry
bo distribution ~ of
negro
ly Chambe
» Miller gave notices of addresses

connection with Standpipes’ in St.
#®, Nationalization of the Radio




, tion of insecticides; natural
erection of a Broadcasting

siavan gave notices of addresses
fo an Insurance Scheme by
ty Co oreaa’s Sen
$ sory ag ion;
; the repair of the Public
n@ the sea-shore from Lower
mith ie notice ot ddrer

‘ ice of an a is
n St paving 8 telephone at Tent

and the





eas

vm








R *r gave notice of address-
Be Weigninc, of Guminal Ap-

0! ie.
there notice by RA









fave notice of Addresses

to an Em
ob y ital in
ny Land owned ‘by hantine pro-
acreage of land in the island
for agricultural

Pension scheme
uki tabled a question in

Mm with monies raised upder the

an tabled Guestions Kelstive to
ving ices
Servan'

questions sate, to
People wor over
week; Age Grouping in

VIM
cleans everything

smoothly and
speedily!

See how much quicker and smoother
Vim cleans. Just a shake, a quick,
easy rub—and surfaces are bright
and gleaming!
pans, woodwork, tiles, for all
your cleaning, use Vim for
ease and speed!



i y when the House of
iy its first meeting yester-

and Agriculture for the year

of Transactions in

d the
ioe ~
extension of water main |
the Water supplied to com-

; ment Officer to Canada

{

|
|



to the Public the use of the said} this island similar to that which

Road obtains for public employees (2)
* * * oe it iMegal for any person

to be refused employment because

The House of Assembly| of race, creed or political opinion.

respectfully ask Your Excellency
to send down legislation to the .
House to provide for the estab -
lishment of a purchasing depot
for Home Industries and Handi-
crafts and for sale of same,

The House of Assembly also
ask that Your Excellency make
provision for sending a Govern-
or the
U.S.A. for the purpose of explor-
ing markets for home and cottage

» *

The House would draw to the
attention of Your Excellency that
there are many workers who
draw sub-standard Wages in this
colony, and whose plight has
become worse since the increased
cost of living.

The House request Your Excel-
lency to send down legislation

industiies providing for a minimum wage

4, o e for employees sufficient to ensure

The asa of Assembly them a reasonable standard of
respectfully ask Your Excellency living.

Mr, R. G. Mapp gave notice of
four questions when the House
of Assembly met yesterday.

to send down legislation (1) That
the Insurance Scheme under the
Workmen’s Compensation Act be T cee
taken over and operated by the he questions AEG!
Government. (2) That a scheme] .!- How many wor kers BrP E>
for third party insurance be put| Ployed in the construction of the
into operation, new runway at Seawell?
% 2. Have they all deen recruit-

The House of Assembly|@d through the Labour Depart-
respectfully ask that Your Excel-| ment? rote
leney send to the House legisla-| 3, If the answer to (2) is “No”,
tion to provide for (1) a scheme| Will the Government say how
for compulosry education (2) a} many of these have been so re-
free daily hot meal and two suits| cruited?— ,
per year for each pupil who| 4. Is it a fact that there is dis-
attends an elementary school, and| crimination in the wages paid to
who is in need of same. workers and in favour of workers

% * * from outside the colony?

5. Is it a fact that workers em-
ployed at this runway have been
forced to work for longer hours
than eight hours daily without
overtime pay?

6, If the answers to four and
tive are in the affirmative, will the
Government take steps to put an
end to such conditions?

1, Is the Government aware
that there are workers in private
employment in the island who

*

Mr. Mapp gave notice of the
following Addresses: —

The House view with concern
the extent to which this colony
depends on imported commodities,
many of which can be produced
locally in greater quantities.

2. The House request Your
Excellency to investigate in the
near future the possibilities of
correcting this defect in the
island’s economy by the promo-
tion of a wider diversification of
locally grown crops and the
establishment of small industries
to process such products.



over per week?
2. Is the Government aware
that the nature of eee aay
3. The House further request] of these, such as drivers of vehicles,
Your Excellency, as a means to-| #$ such that their en en
wards that end, and towards the prs, oad such conditions o.
better distribution of land, to} ployment? , ai
further investigate means of divi-| 3. Will the Government take
ding on a_ co-operative basis steps to institute a 44 hour week
among persons of local descent} for all workers in this colony? mT
all land owned by absentee pro-| 1. Is it a fact that two girls,
prietors and of ensuring that| Students of Queen’s College, ap-
cash crops other than cane are) Plied for permission to study sci-
produced on such co-operative} ence at Harrison College with a
holdings. view to taking this subject in the
* Higher Certificate meee ont
The House respectfully request; 2. Is it a fact that one girl was
Your imamaear in view of the} given and the other was refused
unemployment situation in this such permission?
colony and that which faces} 3, Is it a fact that the latter
employees in the sugar industry| Showed more scholastic promise
during the out-of-crop season, to| than the former? ei
investigate |1) the effects of} 4 What method of selection
mechanization in the industry on, obtained in this case and what con-
employment in it; (2) What steps| siderations led to this preference?
should be taken to minimise the} 1. Is the Government aware
ill effects which mechanization| that it is the trend of opinion
has caused. among Elementary School teach-
* * ers that the riage ed set ~ a
he House are of the opinion] the successful working of the
that the amount allocated to the’ system of Age-Grouping is inade-
Labour Welfare Fund under the quate for that purpose? ia
Sugar Industry (Rehabilitation, 2, Is the Government aware

*



For pots and



a background, I hope,

46... I have: endeavours +e : ; :
Rea _ endeavoured to indicate lines of thought in relation to the
: i Sr economle problems of Barbados as I see them after 4 aianaet en

ence. lave

Yy accepted false premises, or made
main proposition I do not consider

the standards of living of
ry progressive government.

of economic development.

velopment programme, 1 believe there
g the approval of the Secretary of State to
the grant from the United

I suggest also that considera-
| repeat part, of the

work for as long as 60 hours and !








{ i b e t i i

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



Opens 1950-51 Legislative Session |

Agents and the local issue of Treasury Bills for this purpose should also be

considered,

GENERAL

nditure related
amounting to

; , your consideration in this Session.
lewed in the

l have

matters tM® proposals for
British Caribbean.
its work and the draft bills are now
ments conéerned,

the establishment of a Public Utilities Boar
being prepared.
p her economy

To charity more needed than to-day.

believe this to

ent. A second ane :
49. T now declare the Legislative Session
of Almighty God in your deliberations.



| that these teachers, already too Pital in the parish of St.

small in number to deal effective-, Other parishes. ;

}ly with the several groups of|_ Mr. Bryan gave notice of the
;children .in their charge, are| following questions:—

further hampered by an experi- What steps, if any. have been
mental syllabus that js consider-| taken by Government to imple-
ed overcrowded and in some cases| Ment the following addresses’

John and |

adequate knowledge of the basic| this House on 21st June, 1949:





Finally, the question of local and overseas borrowing would have to be
lf the programme of development is weighed in relation to econo-

47. As I said on opening, there will be some important legislation for

proposals and I should mention in a speech directed to financial and economic
a Unified Curreney for the Eastern Group of the
I understand the Preparatory Committee
being presented to each of the Govern-

I should mention also that Executive Committee has approved in principle

48. I will not detain you longer except to refer briefly to one further
aspect of development-——investment in goodwill.



PAGE SEVEN
:



Stiff joints? Aches? Sprains?

Just apply Sloan’s Liniment lightly
and —

» Water Boats

sat

vce Fund and of the



rrowing. Temporary borrowing,
| be obtained through the Grown




You will feel Sloan’s doing you |
good at once. It acts quickly —
soothes and comforts and drives
out all inflammation, :

LOOK FOR THE PICTURE OF DR. SLOAN OW THE PACKET..

referred to the Customs Union

has completed



d for which draft legislation is

From all chemists and stores.

Never were faith, hope and



Charity in our view of the errors of the
past; hope in our future; and faith in ourselves and others. Mm
people of Barbados—whether by birth or by adoption or by residence—-to come AB
closer together in friendly co-operation and mutual understanding J am not
vnmindful of the difficulties, but I believe that practical “‘goodwill to men’’
can remove mountains of misunderstandings and,
consciousness of having at least served your country well.

In asking the

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3 Rs, and totally unfitted for the} (2) A system of yraduated j ere
sdecaninie te good citizenship? _ Liquor Licenses. _ TEL-A-VIV, April 25. Qa q

Is the Government pre-| This Address was passe:l by Israel charged to-day that YU |)
pared to investigate the working} this House on 20th September Britain was encouraging “an m /
of the elementary schools with a} 1949. explosive situation in the Middle
view to ‘ascertaining the wisdom| What progress has been made] East” by supplying arms tu Arab ZY
of perpetuating the system of age-| in connection with the Address states while maintaining an em- 4 ,
grouping and continuing such} Passed by this House on 16th] bargo against Israel.
experimentation in the syllabus} August, 1949, re loaus for Gov- The spokesman said that the

ernment employees for (a) the
purehase/building of horues; and
(b) vacational travel abroad?

1. Is Government aware that
there is.a great wave of disap-

before the pre-requisites of better
staffing, accommodation and
equipment are provided?

* * *

Mr. Allder gave notice of the

following Addresses: — pointment and dissatistaction
among the General Pubiic ocea-
The House of Assembly sioned by Government's deiay in

respectfully request Your BExcel-
lency to send down legislation
making provision for a pension
scheme for Agricultural workers

taking steps to set up a Rent Re-
striction Board as requested in an
address passed by this House in
July 1947?

and British equipped armies are

exclusively against Israel”.

ling truculence
the recent Arab League meeting,
the

“process by which British trained



LO.

THE MOST PERFECT PEN in the world has
for long been the Parker “51”, Now
comes the new Parker “$1"", with the re-
volutionary new Aero-metric Ink System,
the greatest ever devised,

The Aero-metric Ink System is a wholly
new, scientific method of drawing in,

once more being built up round
Israel’s borders is accompanied
by an arms embargo directed NEW FEATURES
NEW PRECISION

This British policy of encourag-
was evident NEW beauty

at

spokesman added, and was

who have become incapacitated 2. If the answer is in the affirm-|Taising tension in the Middle Storing, safeguarding and releasing ink,
as a result of ill health, other} ative, will Government take im-] Kast. to give the most satisfactory pen per-
than that covered under the mediate steps to remedy same by “Britain cannot evade respon- formance ever known,

Workmen's Compensation Act. the necessary legislation?
* * *

C



The House of Assembly view
with much concern the difficult
land situation taking place in this

Police Crumple



sibility for a policy which is so

situation”.

Once you have handled this beautiful
pen, enjoyed its gliding action, you’il long
to own one , . . and give one, too, as a
special present!



lamaging to an already brittle

@ NEW FOTO-PILL FILLER
Of yesterday’s House of Com-

colony. And with the desire to ae a mens statement by Foreign Af- : veo Hevenee meres This pen alone is designed for satis-
encourage a larger Peasant Pro- Before Invalids fairs Under Secretary Ernest . s factory use with Parker Superchrome—
prietorship, respectfully request j | Davies that Britain was honour- © NEW VISIBLE INK SUPPLY the super-brilliant, s rmanent
Your Excellency to send down PARIS, April 25, cs S ae acer arms Bes pos en dey
legislation immediately proh‘bit- About 1,000 disabled French | 98 agreements by es — and 4 other great advances writing ink,
ing the purchasing of more than ex-servicemen, many of them to Arab states—-the Israel spokes- 2
one (1) acre of land in this} hobbling along on crutches, today | â„¢4n remarked; -workds most wanted pon
Island by persons other than stopped traffic along the Quay a oe a ir bers
Barbadians, Dorsay on their way to the Na-| “One does not need num or STG ,, Oth» tnk.
* ° . tional Assembly to protest for an}! heavy bombers, jet fighters, —-W Ly wel
The House of Assembly desire} adjustment of their pensions. heavy tanks and warships fot

to set up a system for the redis-
tribution of the landed areas in
this-colony among the local pop-
ulation. And as a step towards
this end, respectfully request
Your. Excellency to send down
legislation immediately making
provision for the purchasing and
taking over of all Estates in this
Island owned by absentee pro-
prietors.

Police reinforcements standing | {
shoulder to shoulder across the
road outside the National Assem-
bly crumpled as men in invalid
chairs bore down upon them, No
incidents took place.

A 12-man delegation was re-
ceived by the Speaker of the As-
sembly, Edouard Herriot. They
said, after the meeting, that they
had better hope now for an eight
per cent increase in their pen-
sions. Following several earlier
| demonstrations, the veterans have

*

The House respectfully request

Your Excellency to send down! ajready obtained an 18 per cent
legislation to provide for the set-| jncrease in recent months. |
ting up of an Emergency Hos- —Reuter.



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DIED
gUTSC. CHARLES ERNEST. A
Pan the 13th April Age 76

pomure "C. LYNDSAY HUTSON

‘al. His funeral

3° G nis residence.
= eave

clan, ie
invited.

Sa .

di
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S.A.
” drive—always owner

eel Mir. Archer; Redman
4057.

RICAL

RIC FOOD MIXERS—There is
for you to own & DORMEY-
RIC MIXER at pre-devalua-

LEC!

them TO-DAY at G
& CO.,

UTCHIN SO
‘HUTC!

23.4.50—3n

DIOS
ve arr
Pr.

ters — $50.00 Cash. Terr
Wm, Henry St.

, 1.4.50—3n.

or 6 cu. ft.
er), Owen T.

Allder,

Set. Condition rfect.

Tel. 3085.

LIVESTOCK
GOAT—One (1)

ureh,

RE
i three point adjustment
ipped with
LTD.

NEOUS

astors,
Y 26.4.50—In

ORLES
ries, - FLOWERS,
a VEILINGS, CHEERIES

IN DRESS SHOPP’ Broad St.
ms 23.4.50—3n.



Cattle Bricks:
and horses.



health, C, F.








25.4.50—2n.

K.L.0, Improved Benzine.

to delicate fabrics. C. F.
ta. 25.4, 50—2n.



PROID INSOL, GLUB for wood workers
ting, Croid Chinaware Glue at all

The General Agency Co. (B'dos)

|. 4 High St.
PAPSULES—Pluriv ite
| provide a well
ns. Each cagsule i
A, Bl, B2, C and D. C.F
& Co. Ltd. 25.4.50—2n.









Yapsules:



set
D Thomas.




bados Dairies, Dial 3696




Beautiflor Polishers. Dial

22.4.50—6n.

ble Forest Green



.p ; 3.50 gin. They are Here.
IRNES & Co., Lid.






PAN MILI—In good condition 8
with deep pump. at Bel




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. Phone 81

. HUTCHINSON
4222,
23.4,50—-3n.,

5 . inne suitable
_ Work.






CHINSON &





MAINTS—1.C.1
i. $3.45 per
» A, BARN



special offer
on

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= %: $48.25. Auto Tyre Co.

Ci








to hand $31.00
; DaCosta & Co.,

complete.

22.4.50—6n

a RECORD PLAYERS—What
waiting for $16.60. Dial
& Co., Ltd. Electrical

25.4,50—6n.

~>—Genuine Land Sand, can ‘be
Part of the island. Con-
Belleplaine, St. peeree

have
B Dacoce

Mahon,

Hugh
3907.

PERSONAL

a ble for her
name



unless




Turner’s ‘Hall
St. Andrew





At

—
WERT, yesterday at the

Chelston ;
to-day at 4.15 p.m.
Cemetery. Friends |

firs. E. Bow-
rs. E. Grif- | gallery
26.4.50-—fn | The

Morris (wife), Anita, Monica, |
(

DALLAS, of McClean |
Cross Roads, wife of:
. The funeral

AGNES KETRUAH
fupare
residerge Lower on

4.30 this afternoon

Philip's Parish Church. . Friends



Bruce and Evans
Callender

. family.
pany snd “other . 26.4.50



10 H.P. fluid
ridden,
with two extra tyres
& Taylore
21.4.50—7n Michael.

one 1936 Chevrolet Saloon Car

¢ tion. Always owner
n perfect condi Rock. Dial 2838
fiven. Apply: C. A. 23.4.50—4n

Saloon owner
eee eat condition, Cole | Radio, Telephone, also good seabathing
Pers 22.4.50—4n.



LTD. Dial






lard Radios — 5 Tubes:
nged. Dial 4595: Lashley’s

R — Westinghouse Re-
Ee (In good working
Roebuck



22.4.50—2n.,



8 Tube Radio 6 V.
DIO—Marconi fe Dr.
26.4.50—2n.

Alpine Goat giving
hom #10 pts. Apply to C. O. Lewis
nts, Christ Ch

23.4,.50—3n

0 t Office Posture Chairs.
to give
ost maximum comfort;
ih cs T. GEDDES

For the latest in Ac-
FEATHERS,
and
LVET RIBBONS. Shop at the MO-

For
Contains

85: for good con-
nC. F Harrisons &

oil, grease andi tar stains with-

23.4. 50-—-0n

‘These
alanced blend
contains





e of 150 pints
spection, apply Teddy

25.4.50—3n

OOR POLISHERS—A few Jormages
3878.

& Co., Ltd. Electrical Dept.

¥ PAINTS— dram Henderson
: ae Sun Prooti

YSTO White and colours, special
mpers Paints $6.84 gin.

25.4,.50—1l3n

ft.
Atr,
ond Gap, St. Michael. Tel one

1545040.

BULBS -. Variety of 4
received from Holland.

21.4.50—7n
Two Ply Genuine

Hose at special low
BO feck. Buy yours

RICAN LUNCH
for
They are attractive,

reat are just the right
c Y 83 cents each. G
co. LTD. Dial
23.4,.50—3n.



Gloss
Come and get
Ltd

25.4,50—13n

READED TRUCK TYRES—6.50 x
.25..32 x 6: $37.47. 34 x 7: $46.90.

20.4,.50—t.f.n.
RD CHANGERS—Another lot of

Dial
Lid. Bilectrical



design.

cently overhauled &
Waicott “Woodville
25 .4.50—3n

are hereby warned against
wt to my wife WINIFRED
{nee Lowe) as I do not hold
or anyone
any debt or debts in

a written order
a by me ty
Signed CHARLES GREAVES,

choice of
becomes Lounge-Dining room, Outside,
Servants Quarters, Toilet and Bath,

25.4.50—2n



26.681950





FOR RENT





26.4.50—1n.| HOUSES

APARTMENT —

At Coombe Hous
will! White Park, to an approved tenane
Dial 4506. 25.4.50—1n

ATHLONE—On
ist May 1950. Contain,
of which has 3
wash basin, dining roo

rooms,
{1) down stairs with 1 bedroom
further particulars 2696. =

—__—______.
HOUSE—Little

on sea, unfurnished, 3 bedrooms, etc.
No dogs. Apply to Miss Bayley,
Marathon, St. Lawrence. Dial 8144.

26.4.50—In

ee

RESIDENCE of Mr. P. Cc. S. Maffei

A _beautif al imposing building over-

looking Rockley Bay next to the in.
tended site of Blue Waters Hotel.

constructed.

with

apply to owner,
4 p.m,

SHOP—Situated in Arch Hall, s

Thomas. For further a y
to Mes) We Particulars apply

-_—_—_—————

RANDAL COURT—Worthings 3 large
bedrooms. Telephone 3772 between 8.20
am. and 4.00 p.m. 25.4.50—6n



THE BUNGALOW—Max wells,

Christ
Church. 4 Bedrooms, Water,

Light.
For month of May.

Wilkinson,
Hill

Apply to Mrs, J. H
Erin Hall, Bishops Court
° a 26.4,50—3n,

PUBLIC SALES

ee
AUCTION

By instructions received I will











offer

hed sale a ae Ist May on, the

premises a Or HALL VILLAGE,

ST. THOMAS 10 perches of land with

a wall building at present used as a

club eom—which can easily be con-
ver inte a nice r . a

CARE, esidence, TERMS
R. ARCHER McKENZIE,

Dial 2947, Auctioneer,



26.4.50—5n,
I will offer for sale by Public ¢ on
petition on FRIDAY 28th. at 2
at my tice VICTORIA STREET, 6966
square feet of land at BRITTONS
CROSS ROAD, ST. MICHAEL. The
land has an excellent view of the
Hatbour. ba ‘pepection and condi-
ions of sale: pply to BR. ARCHER
Mc KENZIE. Dial 2947,
23.4.50-—5n.

AUCTION SALE OF HOUSE called
Merton, situate at Bay Street which was
set up for sale on Thursday last was
postponed and will take place "|



Com-
p.m

Wednesday next 26th instead.
It will be sold to the highest bidder.
Terms cash,
D'ARCY A. SCOTT.

22.4.50—4n.
instructed by Mrs
Edith O'’Neale to sell by auction on
Tnursday next the 27th of April at one



o'clock her chattel house at Dayrells
Road, which consists of gallery, draw-
ing room, (2) bedrooms, kitchen, toilet

and pailings, which must be removed
Together with her entire lot of house-
hold furniture which includes, two (2
single bedsteads with mattresses, one (1)
pair mahogany chairs, one (1) mahogany
chest, one (1) mahogany table, one (1)















mahogany rocker, one (1) mahogany
dressing table, a stove, mirror, ani
many other items of interest. Terms
cash, oo

D'ARCY A. SCOTT.
21,4.50—5n

I HAVE BEEN instructed to set up

for sale by public competition at the
Cosmopolition Garage, Magazine Lane on
Friday April 28th at 2 p.m everal cars
including one (1) Standard f& ‘
V-8 Ford, one (1) Austin
Paeraeuth, one (1) Chevrole
master; also one Chevrolet Truck,
model

D'ARCY A. SCOTT.
21.4.50—5n

UE EEEEEEene

REAL ESTATE

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-- ‘On

“LEIGHTON”. — Situate in Passage
Road, St... Michael, standings on 6,870
square feet of ‘land.

The house -is* built of stone and. con-
teins 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)
Letween 10 a:m: and/5'p'm

The above (will be* set up for. sale to

Public e Competition’at\ our Office in

Lucas Si , Bridgetown’ on Friday
the 5th y¥ 1950 ‘at'2'p im:

CARRINGTON | &» SEALY

Solicitors.

23.4.50—12n



We will set’ up'for sale at public com-
petition at our Office 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 pren,!ses.

For further particulars, avd Condt-
tions of Sale, apply to the un iersigned:

COTTLE, CATFORD, & CO
13.4.50—10n





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

, mvs
20,.4.50—6n .



EVERTON
Situated on Top Rack, Christ Church
(Next to Yeovilton) on roughly
Acre. A delightful new modern Resi-
dence, having three Bedrooms, 4 large
lounge, Dining room, modern kitchen,
Two fully tiled Bath and
a fourth bedroom if Lounge

Garage. Price £4,500 or
aatia ee further particulars apply:

Hardwood Alley.
25. ’





The handy littl PORTA.
BLE Ovens for use overt

a Gas Boiling Ring
Even if you have a big oven
They’re useful when you don't
want to light up a big oven jus
for that individual dish. :
$5.52
Ges

The Price
See
room.

them at your Show

THEY'RE HERE!



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and garage. hon,
Gf Cisse, Fone Payer
——
BUNGALOW,

Snes eis
Hamilton, St. Lawrence,

C/o Advocate Co.
PUBLIC NOTICES

| Bridgetown, on or before the 31st day of





BARBADOS

ar

SSIFIED ADS.

a

HARBOUR L0G

IN CARLISLE BAY



SSS ed

teach
Subjects.
Salary, on Government Scale accord-
ing to qualifications and experience
Applications Stating qualifications and
experience and subjects offered, should

Tern II,

S.S. Seabreeze, Sch.

Gordon, Sch.

WANTED

reach the Headmistress not iater thar | May 3ist. 21.4.50—6n | S-S. Canadian Cruiser, S.S. Queen Ann,
IR ee meee | M.V. Daerwood. S.S. Johilla, Sch.

Alexandrina R., Sch. Freedom Fleary

ARRIY.
Schooner Emeline, 7:
Clarke, from British Guiana;
Schooner Owners” Association.
HOVMEDIATELY pad at a 4 weeks

Kingsley Club

Batisheba, Applications in writing.
22.4.50—6n

eens

MESSENGER — An energetic office
mi (Male) for usual office work.
Must be clean, neat and willing to work.
Apply in person with letter of recom-
fuendation to The Central Auction Murt,
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ARRIVALS—By B.W.I.A.L.
From ANTIGUA: Alfred Baisley.

From

term at Harrison College
will begin on Tuesday the 2nd May, 1950,
8.20 a.m., and the school will be in
Session for the entire day.
__D. E. M. MALONE,
Secretary, Governing Body,

Harrison College.
Department of Education,

24th April, 1950. “
26.4.50—2n

QUEEN’S COLLEGE

The next term at Queen’s College will
begin on Tuesday the 2nu May, 1950, a*
9.20 a.m., and the school will: be ing
session forthe entire day.

D, E..M.~ MALONE,
Secretary, Governing | Body,



Mendes, Kenneth Taylor. -
DEPARTURES—By B.W.E.AL.

Vernon Millar, John M
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Olive Spence, FitzAllan Cutting, Yvonne

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Wanted by the Poo: ‘aw. Guardians
for the Almshouse a fully qual‘ed Nurse
capable of taking charge of }lidwifery

Ryan, Grace. Tudor, John



cases. Barbados Friendly
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Applicants must . present _ themselves Football Association

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10 a.m.
Signed G. S, CORBIN,

TO-DAY’S FIXTURES
Advocate vs St. Mary’s Old Boys :
St. Leonard's. Referee Mr. C. Jmmott
Westerners vs Colts at Shell.
j Mr. J. Ancher.
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Clerk, Poor Law Guardians,
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hbermere Schoo] Hall on SATURDAY. 29th
April 1950 at 9 a:m:) when Mr. BRUCE
MOULDER, Manager of C..F. Harrison's
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fur developing the wood , working in-
dustry in Barbados as referred ‘to’ in a
recent issue’ of this paper by r
Ronald Tree. 25.4.50—4n

———

NOTICE i

Re Estate of
LEWIS GOMER,.GORDON MOORE
Deceased

NOTICE is hereby given that all per-
sons having any debt or ‘claim against
or affecting the estate of Lewis Gomer
Gordon | Moore deceased - late» of | Station
Hill in the* parish, of Saint. Michael ‘in
this Island, Retired Lance Sergeant of
Police Band who died» at Station» Hill
aforesaid on the, 18th day of “April, 1949
intestate ane requested to send ‘in par-
Ueculars of their»claims dulycattested | to





He Lost the Pains inhis Arms

No wonder this man dreaded
going to work, for rheumatic
pains in his arms made it torture
to use them. Yet to-day he feels

tive

undersigned Mildred» Agnes. Jervis,

C/o Messrs Haynes /& Griffith, Solicitors,| fitter than ever and work is &
No. 2 Swan Street, Bridgetown, on-o1 | pleasure; as he tells in his letter :
before the 3ist day of May; °1950, after s j ;

which date we shall proceed | to° distri- I had been suffering from

rheumatism very badly and had
such pains in my arms I scarcely
knew how to use them. Then I
was told to try Kruschen Salts,
and after using one bottle I
found relief. So, of course, I have
kept’ on with it, am now thor-
oughly better and have never felt
so fit for years. I used to feel
miserable and sluggish, but now
it is a pleasure to work instead
of a dread.’’--S.B.

The

bute the assets of the) deceased, among
the parties entitled thereto” having »re-
gard only to such elaims of which'I shall
then have had notice and I! will’ not/be
liable for. the assets or any’ part thereot
so distributed to any person of whose
debt or claim we shall ‘not then’ have
had notice.

And all persons indebted to the said}
estate are requested to settle their in-
debtedness without delay

Dated this 18th day of March 1950.

MILDRED. AGNES JERVIS
Qualified Administratrix of the Estate
of LEWIS GOMER GORDON’ MOORE,

pains and stiffness of










deceased. rheumatism are usually caused

31, S:00—40.4 bey deposits of excess uric acid in

the muscles and joints. Kruschen

NOTICE stimulates the kidneys and other

Pst intestinal organs to regular

Re Estate of healthy action so that all the

ee a Dasmlent oe excess uric acid is expelled

NOTICP is'hereby»given that'all per-| ‘through the natu al channels.

sons having ‘any! debt /or‘claim’ against} When that goes 8 and pains

or, affecting the Estate of Mary Frances go too, € and vigour

Miller, deceased, }1ate of School Lane, are restore

Halls | RoaJ;)in \the\ parish’ of Saint 4 oe

Michael” in’ this” Island,» Spinster, who If you are tr¢ 2d with rheu-

died ;at+ School, Lame ‘aforesaid on the matism, give 1en a trial

17th day’ of January .1950,:are requested yourself, You can get it from
to .send in» particulars of their claims all Chemists and Stores.

duly’ attested ' to) the ‘undersigned Edith
Viola». Blenman ? C/o" Messrs Haynes *.
Griffith Solicitors, No, 2 Swan Street,



May,’ 1960, after which date I shall pro-
ceed to distribute the assets of the de-
ceased among the parties entitled there-
to having regard only to such claims of
which I shall then have had notice and
I will not be liable for the assets or any
part thereof so distributed to any person
of whose debt or claim I shall not then
have had notice.

And all persons indebted to the said
estate are requested to settle their in-
debtedness without delay.

Dated this 18th day of March 1950.

EDITH VIOLA BLENMAN

Qualified Executrix of the will
MARY FRANCDS MILLER deceased.

21.3.50—4»,.

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The application of Bernetta Coppin,
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granted to her in respect of Jas. Medford
in respect of a 2-storey wall building at
corner of Wilson Hill, St. John, for per-
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PICTURED HERE at the Albany Club, London,
are three members of the West Indies Cricket

for Surrey, Second from the teft

Jolinson and on the other side of

AND
PLA)

SPARTAN
COLLEGE
DRAW

Harrison Colles
drew 1 -l, whe the met ester





cave Game Ends In Draw













BARBADOS ADVOCATE

R

| Marshal! arrived this
| Saffrons Ground
the

morning a
Eastbourne,
y s play im the match |

for

secona



to be taken bacx-to- hote: py car.|
He is suffering from a slight at- I}
|tack of influenza, but is expected |
to be fit again afid réjoin the team
when they return to London on
Thursday, The match here for the

st two days di little to indicate
how the team will shape up during |

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the tour

Intermittent snow ; ade condi-
tio: far too cold for tne Wesi
| indian players, but Zi.-Col. Billy

Griffiths, who captained Stevens’
XI, told me afterwards that he had
seen enough to convince him that
the West Indies have a good side.
Griffiths himself, no mean cricket-







with MacDonald Bailey, the Trinidad sprinter,
team together with the Bedser twins who piay
Next to him, in the background Hines b

Gerry Gomez is on the extreme right.
“CHARI ES AD* MS. LONDON”

First W.L. Cricket

is Atlee Bedser. is

B-itey is Erie Bedser.








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| From Our London Correspondent sh¢

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jhas been reported sick. Roy | 2

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day in their second di fe
ball fixture at the Par Bot } ;
goals were score the Spartat WEST INDIES (for 8 wkts.) 231 GIRLS’ INDUSTRIAL : ss :
men as Hov his op- : mn } UNION Finest Quality British
ponents, | and “Crier red ao EASTBOURNE, Sussex, April 25. | MAKE THEM ANNUAL FETE re
po gage ll SRS den ad wae WINTRY CONDITIONS deprived the West Indies| YOURSELF WITH a. ST, Be:
ality | Y pn: f cricket tourists of valuable experience from their two days’! | Under the distinguished
Play started off with Sparta practice match against Colonel Stevens’ XI which ended NO FEAR IN ers Patronage o Hh WOOLLENS :—
. i a dr , : | is Excellency the Governor
attacking the College area, and ina draw here today OF FAILURE and Mrs. Savage, Sir Allan
several opportunities were misst Only about seven hours’ play was possible in the two 4 1 and Lady Collymore DOESKINS :—
oe â„¢ onee ene of- days of most unsuitable weather which included snow for At {
snsive and made eve |
mnsive and po te B k ll T t QUEEN’S PARK :
i pera iat Jlonel Stevens’ side which in- and Gerry Gomez then took the a ewe J ar Ss | On WORSTEDS :—
+ re at Bin cluded five West Indies players, score to 108 before a snowstorm | eo 24th May
arg my ’ i at their overnight score sent the players scurrying to the | (Empire Day) 1950 i,
for Sparta ae vate ie see 8 pam. to 10 pam ewer
ne 8 in reply Snow did not last long and a Who wouldn’t be proud of putting delicious tarts i BUY a Ticket—Win a lucky
~ ale y cond not he'ax: (Mart wae mess Se lens ued like these on the tea-table! You can make them number SERGES :—
p 1 seriously » score was taken ¢ g stead- : } a helena ites, int
iew of the weather, the West ily until at 143 Robinson of East- easily—there’s no special knack. With Royal Baking ee will
cove end rwoured onriy in their bourne a ae aries Powder to guarantee success, they’re bound to turn | G. WILLIAMS LINENS :—
bo “ te t eel of the type [oI 27 Nine runs later, ams 9 . } aie
ns , Bry > tYE ie ee roth out perfect. Here’s the recipe: | General Secretary,
MI b ure likely to experi- fell to a vorker by Jones. . TTT
fe é r 1 n the field js | LU. s
a ed eeaene ae coge _ Gerry Gomez then provided the Make pastry with 4 oz. plain flour, | level teaspoon | DRILLS :—
of their capabiliti highlights of the batting Royal Baking Powder, pinch of salt, 1% 02. lard, water |
es trace Wires ot 20Ur |. tas tas eae eet so mix. Line patty tins with pastry, puta little jam at | ||] WHICH CAN BE MADE INTO TAILORE
numbed from cold the wicket for his 67, which bottom. Cream J oz. butter and 1% 02. sugar, bea:
Indies batsmen bat- included 10 fours. He and his in one egg, add two oz. semolina, 1 rounded teaspoon | SUITS FOR LADIES AN
ttractively but the crowd Captain, John Goddard, put Ro Bak Powde little almond d2 FLOOR SHOW ‘
appointed when Everton on 62 runs in 29 minutes for yal ing Po My Ete, Ey Weeke s dismissed for 2 before the seventh wicket to pass tablesps. milk. Beat well, and three-quarters fil] the if f |
‘ id settled dow oj z * ‘ ‘ . | THE BARBADOS AQUATIC |
ed down. their opponents total. patty-tins with the mixture. Bake in hot oven at if CLUB . a) Can Be Seen At
The Play Goddard was undefeated at the] 450°, 10 - 12 minutes. | (Members Only) | 5
I if No pli: was possible before close, having scored 37, which in- | SAmpTT > m
H < net cluded five fours in 44 minutes. | SATI 1 le APRIL 29TH a
Squire { ( The wickets were covered dur- The West Indies Team returns | . : ee sigh C B RICE & C :
- ng the night when more snow and [to London on Thursday and will ROYAL BAKING | Commencing at 10.30 p.m. . . 0.
n fe t the outfield was satu- Mave three one-day practice games a) | |
oa The captains inspected the in the suburbs before their first \f| Floor Show by JEFFREY’S |§) OF
pare id decided to take lunch Match against Worcestershire at} POWDER if, Troupe of Artistes, ia
nd resume play atl pm. Worcester starting on May 6 \f| Music by HARRY BANNIS-
I orning the ground was Following are the scores - | | TER and his tecnaelen” | | BOLTON LANE
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—_ nea plea t as the first day on . 50 23,.4.50.—4nn (S W F.S
, A the West Indies players re- : froereil ¢ = eevee - ' F Tes ; ad ES
Carlton Beat | fit and welk All were E. D. Weekes b Johnson. » Le Sepeeaessss =
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wn pu e 3-0 ning against the biting wind. $° Govied aa = New Stocks of ‘ .
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. . © afternoon when the West Indies |. Pierre ¢ Hookham b C
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: meray, et, soared 108 for our wickets *: "Skins Sto w BUILDING MATERIALS
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ul a . Rae opened for the West Indie: Sistias 1 9 1 J ’ : 5
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O sre et ” West Indies number one wicket- Oxke 3 0 7
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Hor PAP pki ourne player and §. C. Griffith High Water: 11.02 pm | oD a re
i orts Revie it first slip took a good catch ' YESTERDAY : 7
Peers, 3 p.m, British Concert H \ Eighty runs were then on the Rainfall (Codrington) nil WILKINSON & HAYNES C0) LID
oN 4.10 ae board and eight runs later Stoll- Total for month to yester- 9 . ry
I tin meyer who played attractively for day: .97 ins, x {
k I 30, including four boundaries Temperature (Max). 84.5 fF SSS SSS
, 06 nute got under a ball Temperature (Min). 72.5 1 ' .
' fi he West Indies fast bowler, | Wind Direction (9 a.m. E by |} ‘
; ~~ 1 Joh me and gave another N 3 p.m.) E \

Festivite in Span, West Indian, Prior Jones, an easy | Wind Velocity .19 miles per |} Vour Passport ,
Symphi of Strings, 9 Lean . Ae & ee hour .
nines ib pct The News, 10-1 He 4 j 95, Weekes, before he had Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.934

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I'U.l: TEN BARRXDOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY, VPKII. *a, Kov Marshall DowrtW ithTlu From Oor London (orrrtpwidfnl LOKDON, April 25 (Van cricketer <*n reported sick. Roy Marshall arriveri thi* morning at I Saffron. (, round. Eas'hourne, for j the eronH ..> play In the match %  to be taken bam 10 hou-: oy car %  INK from a slight it's expected At again arid rejoin the team •hey return to London on Thursday. The match here for the i dH little to indicate how the team will shape up during 1 the tour i-onrtli | BiUj I me aftrrwai %  MHlfh t<> convince him that tva a good side. %  is himatlf, no mean cricket, In the la*t MC C tour of • %  i ir< M Indta If I wan John God-lard. 1 should have lew worries, he said Their oattlng unown belore the team arrived, and although pace men were not bowlmi at top spaed in this mat-h. aeen enough to show that the upset many taarr, DANCE — Sponsored b> THE MFMBIKS OP rill RANGERS SPOtTS < 1.1 At Queen's Park House. Queen's Park, on Saturda Night. 2i April. 19S0 HitJsrRirnoN Maale b< Mr Percy lircea's nr.iic-.lr. Refreshments nr. Sale SB M' PEHCY GHCFN a arnsoM 1 aparlal 1-l-oC.. !" ". <•' thk flOBWMn ahx-K will li-rtu*. artorlMc. of oM li"""iits. halt Sc-r uiKidina; '•*' fIBST AIO FOR Allra-SalUTe' brines von quick ,„, tsss -i"'< %  %  < late liours and over induliavice l and dr.oa. Ka.p it '.andy. Alka-Seltzer •Is You Dfsirr Mf" -.. shall 1 Come H-M..H I AT Till CHI l>Kf N S COOIIUII I I I <" %  E v Mjn i o. PHII i us put on their ANNUAL DANCE Mr. r. Green'** Orchestra Subscription f,.„ Ml: I II" Ml"" OH* London. ill. Natal lid Ball.UV li.i.i.la-l -nrinlrr. .,,. th... ,„.,,.lr. ..I llir •-! baNH In.krl MM llllakal %  * ' %  ** J %  ...,,, th. tell '. \lrc Bedser. Nrsl Ui him In the bsrksruu Ilin.Ih. (that kMl .'I I' '' %  '• I'" I'-d-er Cii-rr. Gomes I. un lh,etpenv lichl. HAW i iNnoN". tot Mmq. lo!inin *n First W.I. Cricket Game Ends In Draw STEVENS XI (for 2 wkts dec.) 191 WEST INDIES (for 8 wkti.) 231 EASTBOURNE. Sussex, April 25. WINTRY CONDITIONS deprived the West Inches cricket tourists of valuable experience from their two days' practice match against Colonel Stevens' XI win. in a draw here today. Only about seven hours' play was possible in the Iwo > most unsuitable weather which included mow 101 cricket. lot which m'"" 'k V' 191 for 2 and the W< rjfUkwi. ida 231 fur 8 II Snnw dld not ,ast ,on8 and a Although the) could i I to take Uta i %  Tha icore wm taken along steacuntil at >*3 Kob'nson of Eastindies endeavoured eail> la to get the feel of the type of pitch th' I gland to the field it lU to gain any unprcal most of '...' .ind their hands must n numljed from cold. Haa batsmen bathut the crowd tad wl .**sed for 2 before • %  tiled down. SPARTW \M> COLLEGE FLA 1 DMA M GA Mi: %  dav III ball fixture goalspartan men %  D0MQ1 %  %  %  lh attacking th. CoUagl ti %  lissed Colleg< %  p and made fern wa> %  II • The l-i.i. Ki-ts were covered durlean bowled I for 27. Nine runs Later, Williams fell to I Aided the highlights of the batting. He stayed for bO minule*>, hlltiiu tli hill hard all round Hiiuirket for hi* 67. which included 10 fours. He and his CapUln, John (.iidil.iii! put on 62 ruiii In 29 minutes for the weuth wkkel la i>-.sx thrlr opponents tUI. I was undefe; %  • %  close, having scored 37. which Lara four* in -*4 minutaa. %  %  ...uiom.hVwhermo^^oV.nd it the outfield was salu- v '' 'h r *^ one-day practice games Th* .~ an t..in mir-.^t<.H ihe in the suburbs before their first ngton ( art ton IU>ut Empire -1-0 eaptalna inspected the *.ke lunch .'. 1 p.m. %  i with .HI abnott %  Ml were %  %  %  %  %  ting wind luring the u wlckcta %  in the lu. match Jo:' %  %  %  w i i* OOfDKM %  never of tht %  %  %  AT 4 I %  i. H.-..I... I I. J..!.!'.-.II loblrwon i %  . %  •M W( II W.lti.tn* b J.-lP. H kaM Id.iiiadhiii i.t ou( K.iiti b ], I b I. • 1 wkln.li.i. lUdm I'III.J.IIIIIIII %  %  %  • MM] % %  aBaaSa I.. K*d '• %  %  I .'tcl jell Btollmayei and Alan % %  %  %  %  I %  his tight lad 3'' minutes f -KtI 13. i• i w a* • ass .-..II.I IM. ^^ *i fls 1 hcyll t )o h Every rime Worrell Oul ng .i itaj ui M .ng Eastt %  : bowler, an easy .•At 95. Werkes. be/on I n bowlad ifT-stump. Ri The W'eatlirr III IIAV sun Ufjn ;, ;, a m -mi -.rt-,: 6.11 pm. Moon 11 nil I Ma> 1 irhlinjt tl .!• pm Mich M ,i. III! pin II ITIROAl l;.,i"i.II 11 .Kltlniloni nil lolal lot tniinlli I.. ,.-1.1 da>: X\ innMaferalmi Max -I i I Tesssperature i Mm I Hruai im.-. i iiiii i hi N !> I ttiiul \. I,., it. IH mih. Kl hour Itaiuiiirlrr ill a in 'I tl p.m. I ; 7 v ;3L %  /•N3--ECCPS4VS... ••NO JUS MSN rvxo COVES IN BUT --E-AS-5-ESAVS-aa HA'HAIHAI gff^ P'yA(5ETfT?HUH? Al-OCTOR! I THINK THAT B\Q < %  &&*•.[ STOVE INI ALLWV RIBS! 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With Royal Baking Powder to guarantee success, they're bound to tur" out perfect Mere's the recipe: Make pastry with or. piatn flour, I itret itaspovn Royal Baking Powder.pinch of salt, ty, oz. lard, water u mix. Line patty tins with pastry, put a little jam at bottom. Cream / oz. buittr and /h oz. ***•. oea. m one egg, add two oz. remolina, 1 rounded teaspoon Royal Baking Powder, a little almond essence and 2 tmbiesps. milk. Beat well, and three-quarters fill the patty-tins with the mixture. Bake io hot oven at 430". 10-12 minutaa ROYAL BAKING POWDER New Sl-ocAi o/ . BUILDING MATERIALS Include — GALVANISED COBSUOATID SHKKTS II (I. V !4 Kauie \i i MINII M COSaUOARD SHKKTS 6. 1. S. 9. 10 II. I '4 game KVKK1TK COBBUOARD SHEETS I 7. 8. 9. 10 It. I VKItlTI ASHKSTOS WOOD FLAT SHEETS HI. v I II.. 4 II. x I It. for l >ilinsI \ KKITK I in SOU. PIPE & FITTINGS It-fL. i. n 3-lt. 2-fl. lenilh. PlaOOa flUtS Vmkm Siies : Whitr. Knl. I haeolale and Speckled Cream. 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I'M.I BARBADOS AllVOC VTK BAKR\DOSfi|A[)VOC^TE Wnlin -I. ipffl 26. 15 \Vas.iiii{ Hi*>ta*e ONE n-'Uibltfeature of Mr. Savage's compi< i well balanced speech to the mead • Mature at the openiriK of the 1950—1951 session day was the absence of any reference to tvtiel peasant help Barbadians might expect from other countries. With all their virtues, the people of this community, taken collectively, have become accustomed to the doctrine that they can do little by their own efforts. Their problems are too vast and while Ihey mut look after then own interests they can spare little time to wonder how the man next door is making do in the struggle for ice. Mr. Savage's speech yesterday is a challenge to this complacency. I found nor has he claimed to find the answer to the major problems facing Uii:. island. But since his arrival here he hi "iit; hours of work and • tailed information about the financial and economic position of Barbados. In his search for thin information hi brought rudely face to face with 'he inability of the Civil Service with the large volume k which has seriously outgrown the for the Secretariat, be has turned he has found am which has suffered from lack of prompt remedy. His own simile is : eproducing here. "I fee!'' and it is i very distinguished Civil Servant and the personal representav the King who is speakput itself rather in the position of a patient who is suffering from i %  and who periodical^ 'ally ill calls bit advice. After having obtl ivice the pat re a until he is again pedalnd 03 even third %  i ..papers and : om all walks inanlmoni In preaeni > ond. i their h.tibados A'huh have that general air of suspicion iimi n .' and the i %  %  %  %  of this IT I %  \y be :.kc!\ lO lM I thai Mr. mmunil provei • re, but ethod %  A cl< %  nomic ml not %  %  %  ad for < i-ailed ,n goodwill. .. I fa iin and tlie clock of tag so badly run da* m i itenance will al I I i an and faith in ourtch I ; ital !"!> % %  and without re be social health. a „d •. %  ... to find economic di %  community spin asm at, CAW YOI Si < < i i It TOO vor ^"k ^sk NO-lhere: more f^ f^ NO-Urgency is ^aaw f\ M %  I tee in hand lo J J the key to if J I^% ^Li \J do belt,, ,u!l g£j ^J atl-y, I hur.y *£j U NO-il make: you much more careful later on IT A RISK-BIT WORTH IT CAS SVCCC3S come loo soon When the garland of early gUiry withers — what then? Remember the tragic words of A. E. Houiman Hy Linns I .IN.M Thanksgiving Fund To Benefit Colonial Sludenls Pj lord Major* AwMraiire J^D (Our I. eanV .dent i THE %  by the %  i.umns of the Bd with comments and pr %  < nts from the Coramonwealth and the I without E letter to "The Tin Writers have ranged from the Principal of I London Uni El T. S. Eliot, from the : -he Empire Art Council to an 11 professor. %  %  it is time he should, : the purposes of the Fund inahed just a month ago In B e Times' this morning he sumsi I up the main criticisms that have been voiced j l them one n 'irst removed the doubts %  %  who. like Mr. Eliot, asked "would be open to colonial students grows. It wither $ quicker than the rose Runners u'hom renown outran. And the name died before the man Here, three people to whom ticcess has come early ignore his tad cynicism and look forward to th* challenge of the arriving years. EVER sincf Evelyn Waugh went down from Oxford to res,. a rich and early harvest as a brilliant .satirist, undergraduate* have tried desperately to emulate his example, to become legends while still alive the common man. U'l the age of the dwarf I like uruency. Living is an urgent thing. Success is no good, ar. We may not be here %  a. I InAnllior a pretty. I SKFl X HOtSEHOLi 111 Ol I SI IIS I'ln Motorist L'NDFR i.-.c dnppin sky, the ..id. would be 30 Th.t gives me at*, more 1&* „ c ~ ££ "^X^ both colonial and Dominion n the laurel years lo do all the things I want the rain The thnMtjrMduiusU of students T He pointed out that a numbirr the racing cars cr=ekle Uke calico: 0 f s t u dents are at present in residence in tlie nowadays if anyone trie, to teann* %  n „ i go after something he wan., !" *„ ri ., a n, down thesm,.". %  becomes a target for accelerate into the first bend and race or colour isn't the age of are away. Behind them, only a Should the memorial of gratitude onlv be r chap, thln mU of hot rubber and rain located in Lonaon? What about the needs of at | other universities in the country? Sir Freder:ie critic:: by laying lhat to dis3TIBUNG CRAUtribute the bind ill jriivcrsr.ics FORD MOSS drove a wo-utr*! wmM diss.patp ,, an d defeat the primal v HWM-and was second In hi. race., ^ rf j .. |)ermani m and vlslb e me rJ un n was an important, | -, that the centre ro^ed" h'in. "Sore^'rw^rf^ %  i'.templated should be in London, not only, .e who i,.. r.^,"', frii-kf ITrohH r !" than one-htA. car. And with j because it is the capital, but became the prob.arried mi, droin mto reaiiS * one-litre (l.OOOccl and half in his own post-war generation She is EMMA SMITH, at 2 •'midget" racers he has carvi-i ,,. ti 1 |CUIl , hl ri SUS5* KEMNETH PEACOCK author of two books and winner ac^ for himself among ,h UlBcultJel (acina all the unive.,: TYNAN %  tiagaXagWBS %  the^two years b. imtry at present in accommodatma I An cx-svretary of the Oxford p az( .. the 1000 Dollar Atlantic won 50 of the 54 races he ent-r "idenls had not been foriluUen. Tile Union, he is the only man in iu Award and now this year she He has raced aid ne would not like it to be history to be asked to speak in bec'.m.s the mungest woman ever Italy, m Holland. He is by jnai . „,,„„,:„„ had four consecutive Eighu Week | janies Talt B'ack BHUin's youngest successful prothought that tl debates. These are famous for Memorial Prize. fessional racing drll their wi: an'l levity -ther n er problem. To write a third Can he keep on being succes-sspeakers Mgr Ronald Knox, book that will topple the critical nil now he drives the bigger Charles Morgan, Gillie Potter huL (rom uie lockers of the stuff? Down from Oxford 15 months Uou btetN who : II /-' b built, keen on ago. he went to Paris, produced „] u ho V shr con'f do it thr, "Samson Agordstes", "Wintertimes nil clothes, ftpaaka casuaui of h.s set." "Medea" for the Comedle des Champs-EIysees. Her problem is not ir, eajie "I sold a sporu car to buy my , by the knowledge that she Is the first Cooper 500c.c. racing joo Then he returned to tna. i 0 herself. No on* took me very seriouslv for 28 weeks, produced a play a Nu one else can r WB s only 18, you see but I week for a repertory company. shc ,, doln|j h]i ln „lltude. wanted to become %  Orson Welles has wi lt wl) ln n „ country cotUge. racing .: odost ab ""I OH 9TOTI s WILKINSON & UAVNES CO.. LTO, Sucta*, C. S. PITCHER & CO, LTlJ t i. s r iui^^ %  . ji BY' x tract for another book He has or; produced %  in 'C World." Hammer it the Lyric, "I don't think u writer who is good %  • satisfied with .c produces. lo better, fou know. success onlv makes you mor* cartful" lliiw aid >rw? aeon her great She wrote from her own i-vr-tTiffifes her persona: U she worked as bargee ~ girls on won son.-.kd* enoug'. out of pn. "..ng money and so on to buy a lorry I So P aTeaV "I aon t tninn too young in motor racing. You see. you're always learning. You never know it all. I'm young now. want to givv it say. three yaafl all told. Then, If I c< t Im %  ;i the pa vrote of ,,,,'' kt*d her f ( u,v I'll still be young ugh I burg to produce a play there. . play. Tall, mop-haired, a grev corduroy lie. the only sign of earlier drat* affections (at Oxford he wore a golden shirt, a Miitl hf tl.avos the air witSt John's Wood flat lO *£>'• I l '. hat 1 mean" enough i. J f childhootl. bar yean, an f ( oui-fl and being tucc Ul .. kmat) Uttla girl who wont to SVO ady.racy.intoxiIsjngar I %  houato'l *-. as in the purready for it A paradox? No 1 Maiden's Prlp," "ITw Fat nil of happiness, one is never t VOUNU. I WO %  % %  •' third tune qtttt* of it. assumption that I'll be dead at Ol %  Bqptajal Service %  ;tnd have %  %  Itarial llarmtpiiT In \V. 1. (Our l.oiiri.m I -i I' n\ \ I ,11, | I,, llu M.ui. h, -1. (iuardlan I I %  '. betwfH ii %  %  Mritish West Iiiihes thl other part of the British Com..ilh racati and >r owner%  • Hat cases elected repre%  %  %  u. In ioma w -f %  hundred years and more, tru franchise has been ex. '•me or prop ln most, if West Indian col that the liberal discrimination in dvll and pollUenl caJ nghu on p pi-t-vailed there fur The aln.lit.on or siaverv This view i> advan i i' W W Ore "" iuiul: Government wishes to preven. .-.erioration of race relaru m other p u ; of the %  %  ' %  A!i* r rafei ring t.. the h %  I kng today in the goes on to say that if the Br.t.sh this leading ai ,n the Commonwealth t.i t paper the week th. W H the Cape as the guide to their poho m Good Hope Ln South Africa. ne> "id to arani h. equ.ui>. as. In which 1 based on income or %  most of Since moM land in Ainca U M| ,.,,,. u u .., coloured races acquirowned cornmunallyJ !" """? %  problem ,.i tvhat fc ^'/ ^al-Ocation for an ndijidchlae should take In mixed comUa t3S> Ju' to ual elector an income quaUflt-munit.es .,. which the m i lh ^ hl c "ffi l, " hould rt be "t-WUhed as wel. the inhabitants of one lace are and. as they qualified for UM as a property one. aub}ec1 %  ored or lightly bm ,iv to consult the fund is not, in i any particular university, ind it is not an extension of London L'n ;% %  that Iscontem yol thestudenUat London I t connected with London i re not university students %  tem, the cloistered academic Ui>. in the 111 of overseas M rn loo much f rom ;, ti ? Sir Frederick He Tininlains that students no, only with other .' also with student • there This, he b< which lid not have if they were i i. -.. iree Wj|i %  R of Mt-klenthe new kbit third %  points out that no tor the proposed m has yel %  I proved "I K "that it isprem. of line pcoporlion and design will \ d M lo. Btudents, tded little to toil i ( lovesnot i latter Mayors. vrlU DO. ,uti,iy the crtttai the %  cheme. |irar Iu WatJ lutli ind a passenger and threw .-ly wounded the captain who managad to reach iu* cabin howet ha door to ke< I climbed into the schooner'* boat. With an axe U uttl* the vessel but thelt .earted by the cook who cut the tin mani aged to crawl on >y threatening to fire on the I" tu Jf n ^'urn* nig on bo the oirecUon of laainIved to sail the schooner to .ken care of by the j rUridblili were circulated | dies offering a reward of I >200. to* ;>e.i:ed in print on id, I860, was reprinted today by the Tfmej %  S Years Ago" column. ENJOY TO-DAY the finest t.i It III Alt! IIS %  AYi Why Mot Start A -Paper" Theatre Fuml —II year ,-.. a until 1S0 000 had ol it. and 11 im .1 SIR Marita wrnuiu5w.ee id th. pal proBU %  nil awn %  • '" %  > "eaead %  u, II would take e.aetlj MXy >.a,.. I aU P A. . To Tlw Edilor, THe Adiwol.. P"l > Ihreeiho.sa year e.ch laa) haw iod kuM the time I eome for action and not moans, kaa %  ads keep as*"** prove used 1IU" o( last Sal r !,: know, that nijht (or %  yr S^^ % % %  '•'" "' "* """ — ih"„ 1 .1 nrst lo surecribe? Let Ul are that of liltlc means . will be forthcoming and orbltanl. I aincerely hope that thi .an be assure.: .( seller comes to tl 1 llmrbados Dr., o. U,, pre^n, da, cosu !" ~j SLJiS'il A; 'e moment any vunllnc ""-SISSI , In thute il.. 'lv cheau and Shed, admiral iianina type, ol eoMrUlnraent. but hai.,!> euse f building U. eneou, LRSUmlb llr-t d. arttels from nd out .11 could exp., an> „ -.. Han' Bigg and stops. If rain is so heavy that the Judges cannot enrtun A htile insaudent. convenience for the wet period, it about the people who visit th or without u ex D. RAMA vXwrU u 1 : %  •. the librarian, as 1 am iur"""',, ieeawould race-ve his full >J'o tion. nrst class abroad—whereas with proper tbi cause although 1 aid NORMAN WOOD. l was told thai r.trt-there are no Umrta, %  April 24. 1950. Likrmry Lack %  %  -he Edilor. Tty It seems rather a pity it a Public Library, such as th* • Barbados boasts, is so aaafls. it *** n^> ^,^^ •* %  ••Btatar Cluha. ISa Bar %  —au n g a ceruflansaaal aaaai aanr put up caSa ^ AcwuMin. %  ^ tt a^ewsavaaad AaaoOaAj n in Englai. surely ^ 1 be gnSarul tor a wider the propc*< .rf baaatt ugc say shows in OX I I of uayS^!50 a day for the : ild. Th. llr.ukjwt Sited To fhe f MB, Inetaad sible to %  ... m in* paean an outdaar ctnanu or cBaaaaTt as kiinr-ii.' would be glad to I ..r readers ha] %  .rday night at about I >l P I II I i O I III ll.iu 1 lb Vienna •*• .. %  ( .| ToCDfla* 4 VMS' HISH : Creatt Crea* 1 Crist* ~'l ro-dw"*'] GODVl



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