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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Sunday advocate
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Apr. 22, 1983-
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‘ April 2
1950.



Government
To Break



| held, About 3,000 strikers
heavy rain.

| Marshall
Down With
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Thursday



_ Would Use 20,000 Troops To Keep
World’s Greatest Port Open
: a aowen’s STRIKING DOCKERS today decided to con-

tinue their 17-day old strike after a mass meeting which
decided against a return to work until a ballot has been

.

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Is Determined |

Dock Strike







LONDON, April 26.

attended the meeting, held in

~» Many of them had marched
through the dock area, where 82
Ships lay idle as a result of the

strike, In protest against the ex-
pulsion Of three men from. the
Transport Workers Union for their
part in last year’s strike,

In the docks, about 11,000 dock-





























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Parliament Packed With
Crutches And Sticks

$350,000,000_

| Increase For
US WarBudget |

Russian Atom Bomb
Sooner Than Expected

WASHINGTON, April 26,

Appropriations Committee
House of Representatives
recommended to-day that Ameri
vs 1951 budget be

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ATTLEE LUNCHES
AT WESTMINSTER

LONDON, April 26.
AN a House of Commons crowded to its utmost
capacity today Britain’s Labour Government
survived two votes of confidence in quick succes.
sion, defeat on either of which would have meant

the end of the present Cabinet.
By a majority of five votes each case the Government
defeated Conservative opposition resolutions protesting

against the tax on petrol of nine pence per gallon and a









ace 90m 3,000 troops and sailor: ecretary of Defence, Louis John- purchase (sales) tax of 334 per cent. on lorries, —
were working 45 ships, unloading n to strengthen America’s de-}~ ° —* Both measures were included in
ot vital foodstuffs. neces ay {the budget presented by Chancel-
| : the KC p > iy .
mC IALCOTT HAS A COLD ‘ Another 1,000 men had joinec the additional funds, Attlee Gets ot ae eee
ade pin the strike today, bringing the : ld Congress that the ' b ge aegeeee f the votes
(Barbados Advoca’ ent) {total to 14,400 — more than hall } ttomic explosion had : . basen (Os eden “nenatal of
) LONDON, April 26. {the port labour force, So ewhat in advance of the reat lrg few alates side of the
It was confirmed this morning! The London Dock Labour Board 1 oe . nticipated © Hou e er Jer's ostled for space
hat Roy Marshall believed yes-|was meeting today. Observers us caused a complete Y - r Imost
hap ; : ; J \ m of defence pl: ei 2 ‘ i er nd mos
Merday to be suffering from in-| thought it might issue a “go-back- th the Ur il eaen ing eee ee pp iC 4 perched each other’s knees as
nza had contracted measles. or-be-fired” ultimation North At nen ~ nd the ! reeted their eye
7 : $4503 * }4VOr Uantic a ; :
q He -has been removed to an British Government leaders tina! | Beside: 5 DUMBARTON, Apr ( One member, Mr. F, A. Burden,
PB wolation hospital at Eastbourne| night showed their determination | sion : In the Gener | Conservative, arrived on crutches
and eee to arti J. z Kid-}to use more than 20,000 troops if | creases 1 ter e. }Comm t candidat t i his leg when run-
, Vis to be there for) necessary to break the London yey : ation a “None votes. Tt was expected tl the uvisOn tats
Ba disappointment for Mak —. strike comdemned by BROAD STREET, not every day : but only a few days avo. | eT ppy prospect enc ( ! ( _the Sox mi
whose 20th birthday was iene « ay eet: inspired. | 4 ci eens | tens DI ; e drawn lo
terday is that he will not only |. 5 went ahead to bring in the | King Oueen + eee \ on aps 0. quick
seeing the F.A. Cup Final at| first 1,000 airmen tomorrow to joir 9 \ Poles Ex pel rz aR sf Was ed 7 on nase v6 HAG Urmiy x : k bed duts
Wembley on Saturday but also|™ore than 3,000 soldiers and naval] | ~ I yj” | E A is Loe, + co a ¢ a R Parliamet
he will have little chance re ene at the idle docks, and] | Cele yrate 2 7th ose Y eee re “Haxtio
bw of opposing Stollmeyer and/|Similar daily reinforcements were} | Brit 3/; ( re 1 > f ee ture ele aa
mae for the position of opening/xpected to give the Government] | Anniversary isn sOrre sponc Cn Pyle Fe ee ch i . nd a
an for the first county gamelan emergency labour force ap-] | . igi 6en7 % sofaleinae bentenar | ‘ e the grim,
A ° be ba 4 ‘ ‘ ! u efe | Darl ‘ i >
gainst Worcester on May 6. proaching 10,000 men by the week- LONDON, Apri Guilty of l nobjective Reportin og”? lso mentione ens¢ f people wh
| Bad weather again prevented end. The King a1 ue i & he ‘ : i ; an admin
West Indies team practising/ If the striking dockers remain quietl aberate 2 inti ir theriek et, valance
his morning and instead they] out, the Government is rea iy t eddins wnniversal mm CUpTennpup ; ‘i , ei natic id ; MW . :
ent by coach to see Beachy-| double that number « f servicem Wednesday r MI. CHRISTOPHER CHANCE! YR, Ge I er | Buls eterior: ‘ Carefree
tad, famous Sussex landmark. |to see that the nation vets its food} sian Rae : Reuters ied the followin t t ; Dr ‘ t ¢
Pierre, both of whom} APRS Sie ADIS TE EaTe The : < c Oe 0 ‘
faleott and ’ and that the world’s yvreatest port to Buckingham P neent Buist tho has Das e x !
colds stayed at the hotel ek : Buckinghan 1 ulst, Who ha ) Reuters ( respond- |
Steed went to Newmarket to is sal yaad sales ‘ges lodge ue ‘ e past two years in Warsav rrived Londo Sovie nat j A
; : z -rnment appointed} | London, (C.P.) ft eres » Rant "y : ? CAPAUSION a ement ut
_the Two Thousand Guineas National Dock. Lab Boat mat il g ordered by the Polish Fore lir i 0 \ reased Soviet pressures Ge ecniitien of 1ueth*
(By Cable) to review the situatio ) ht a - | 4 on account of unobjective report Tile y re otra ttac I VV nent Afterwards
. but refused to issue an immediate| ° buist was given until April 24 ‘ Varsaw.|oant @ ne Baltic a ‘ Straight Fight Ir Attlee to a
phe se Buenos Aires| we eke sp gil kesh ae So Sehr ts
4 | atement Reuter. uenos AL eS i he last British Corresp ) ar neutes i ay : ight Bee oo ee
P : : ‘American Correspondents still rer \ { result net a ; +s
ae ° | I sishiitiadhaalia ; — 1
_ Worst April In | a Talks Will Be | {2x nem ees :
30 Y. ordan Short } == ae room ti! | 20,567 eae
ears ree i 1 the Polis mae" F’rpanee ‘ 3 | (Conservative), 20 lone flied, Gos
( T f | * oreigt istry noy4 hee ants |‘ ambe ypidly filled, Govern-
| Cireuits U.N. Plan | § l | poe vy a8 | Majorit, mepber eiey. Sek ae
LONDON, April 26. | e UuUCCeSS ul rtd Window [| aplene : he ge of “un- s < Os edn, er { and | Ippo ae : whips did ;
Britai n's worst (Apt snow- LONDON, April 26. b d HT i er a porns wenn rs riendshi ) eatl of Labou Ley Redines ee mise » = if that Hinse
m.in more than 30 years Diplomatic quarters in London; Sq s Argentine Am assador ||| «ane anniek to we ee or a ere 5 CXPUSION OFGe F McKinlay, ae : -
1 é arters r | game, sch@duled to tak lace at ake ’ ane + sibs . \ ay were efaulters when a*divi-
i = a to rail and road| considered to-day that Jordan’s y 9g A | censington th Aarioen, he ee bi i d ts i ver on pub- i ern Labour arrow vict lo “ oul ~ Suge aac
bsport in London and _ the} annexation of parts of Arab-Pal , otige fp | ped im the Times on March 18 t , c Mic Me tone 41 i
F é arts of Arab-Pal- f ; Y ( her ust before the critic resolu-
ounding countries early to-| estine pecupied by the Arab Le- LONDON, April 26. || Se ne ae {| of ee TRROr Ree Ue Ceres OL Mite lany wattiae. ‘Vilena cok the) leit wae ee th
i : . ieee mn sr A successful conclusion to the ‘irth, a British subject sentenced oem wane Ses ar. oF ‘
; gion had short circuited United] , . | ‘ N ame ’ ject sentencec ARIS / | put e news of the Govern
sthousands of early traveiiers| Nations plans to internationalise| “ade negotiations nov pee | vom ture a {| CAKES “VeRs : sonment fox Fret i ee At F | ale the saedibcaathbies
® the capital were delayed| Jerusalem gress between the Argentine and | f ( | protectir German \ an} c a ' ii r hobert | F A
i . ah . cade +p rad 4") Schuman sa t A ¢ a broug!
nen freak _ winter-in-spring} Observers believe that partition] Pttain at Buenos Aires prae keer’ artan-E ‘ friend and a Pole coe a , | er by Lab
I oe ice clogged railway| of the city is now a fact and its} Uicted - mee oon soa nis : ake |} “The versior f Mr. Buist’s alt pg: In um Whitely
KS, felled trees and telegraph] future decided BASSROOR Ut Leen Sere oe ae f $ |Report publishe n the Times], ce tt ' i iate roar
: ¢ aed, ene as Ae t ot i l ne Ps mie , Din 7 There was an immediate roar
es blocked roads. The incorporation of the Old| ‘St official meeting with the press. || W hort sut f F ail a ae heering from Government
ondon aeway centres were; City of Jerusalem, occupied by Don Carlos Hogan declared that} ke : BEC a ent hia aay nee benches which was renewed later
unable to sort out the] Jordan troops, was understood tt he was almost certain vhat the} ummary giving simply the 4 whe Food Minister Maurice
nedules caused by breakdown} be implicated in the move egotiation 10W n vr e verdict, the sentence ar ~s Webb announced ‘yes, the Gov
; d isolation of stations, With eur-| One development now obvious- would, as in the past between, th c ae ‘Gs ws fact that \ Firt eres er mment won by 293."
i morning temperates «wn to) ly made probable was the incor-] .wo countries. reach a satisfactory Division , incommunicado by the Poli 7 EF ito I
eezing point, “Wy rowan au-| poration of, the Jewish-controlled/ conclusion } M.C.A, beat Fortre ; lthorities since May last ‘ ; r¢ Labour Pat
e. mposed heavy power] Jerusalem New City in the State] “The Ars n in eco-} ) | ep ~ Emr te: roposed Ss ‘ | the fit, ex-
‘ : . Sa i in stat e Argentine position in ecu | The news servi nt lr “er | n yu u » ©x
is throughout England. of Israel. aomic matters is simply to ask fo1 i x ——————S— | Bui fren Wat Ste f the wn eace | n the Chamber redched
—Reuter. —Reuter. fair and reciprocal treatment R 7 shana ay pias one e I the ger ed « | i ' } Mr. Attlee
Brivain has always been a fal uSssian as . es ee only Eu b } INO SENSE OF HUMOUR ‘ r. *{ hill slumped. inte
——-— : jective suist SENSE O JI J
] negotiator in the past. I do not sian Le ads eens Le oe aan : , SI ) Rs
a. ° hink she will stop being fair now.” | ‘ on a ere cver.y First of all , ILLINOI Ne ed any emoti
Trinidad Couneil Ss : eaker Senor Hogan said he would con- in Chess I ourney | xperience Nas ‘ he}, ae | ly. mpeete
tac’ members of the government | us “ | futility of making off rote Rela i ; hrst’ it
} z in London in an effort to mov BUDAPEST, April 25 in th cases The ri | 3 oe when
4 eaves For En land n complementary direction t Izak Bolesiavsky (Russia vay} OFT statement t { rely | cy : 01 iti
he negotiavions in Buenos Aires,|leading in the Budapest W< }on record the fact t) vir. B 112. Ee R< an 1} @ On page 5
’ Vill e “ by " ilthou h the technical Andi fitees Championship at half time| enjoys the ull enn deine “ I
WM Discuss New Orders For Council | :vecic ducstions woud continue todey with 6 pointe Kors tan om mente. Ie basuge the saa
to be handled by delegation | second ve and half $ TRanisa re | BY ue’ 4
( 1 ; I an half point tior i | ig
7 [ n the Argentine capital Stalberg (Sweden) sronstei 7 ia.
MR. WILLIAM SAVARY, Speaker-Designate of the @ On page 3 fakery ts ma ig! vo i gun ht sai belon il in
. . ° s > > 9 aX said) tr i > IO. t Cac ‘ t f € y ti |
ot seinidad Legislative Council, left Barbados last night Kotoy (Russia) scorkd the onis Lebanon Will Grant E
n his way to England on the S.S. “Gascogne” to discuss and victory tonight defeatir > sei at | Close Co-operation
4 aft new standing orders for the Council. B ° compatriot Flohr I ort Facilities V
Pa _ Hi it : ; ew epu 1¢ were raw and furthe; j T j
s ie arrived here earlier in the adjourned Reuter. | ~ Arrow aRKe ‘ , ’ |
: US. Will Launch afternoon intransit from Trinidad P ; le . d At S! nuina nd. the es of North Ame
| and was accompanie” by his ‘wife roclaime BILLY BROWN REUNION A1ABS, Apri os [ice We eee
D Slip} sey kla Leban- | i h 4
ocket Next Month . K.O'S BRAZILIAN ee dene cae Leben |e ees
In Indonesia CSE oreign Minister at present] State rlicipa
PORT HUENEME. Cal., JACKSONVILLE, Fla., April 26.] Visiting Argentina as gu eae ; ne : :
April 26. taal wie Chico Pacheco, of Brazil, was] "0MOUr of this countr :
The | Seaplane tender “Norton DJAKARI A, April re beaten on technical knock« pisses comkerence yé \;
ia’. converted into a floating A group of “local leaders” have|in the sixth round of his bout} -@Panon villing {
“ving ground. was leaving to- roclaimed ne here deat ni with Billy Brown,| #¢D"na free port faci
for the launching of a 50 public of the South Moluc New Haven, Connecticut Beyruth for distril
% rocket next month at a se- The Moluccas are mit Pashana foe ere needing | Sertine products throughout tt |
Spot in mid-Pacific to aid by East Indonesia ate cre ning. minis = 1 eee NCeMNE! Middle East. He confirms that |
we ray research. the Dutch in 1946. Frigcti 7 pounds, scaled 106 pounds.! talks were proceedin etweer ‘
avy scientists, said to-day arisen between E I —Reuter. the two countries to regularise A1 { ember
Tocket may reach the highes leaders and the | “aw ¥entine exports of grair eat, | f f )
3 ghest a , }
litude yet attained by any mis- Diakarta ove lan ( ( ) ALI BABA IN NEON vool and hides in exchange fe ope ut if
launched. in equatorial areas, ate the territory into the Republic.} NEW YORK: On the first clear] Lebanese fruits silk
ees instruments are carried | Rebels led by Captain Andi’ "ight Broadwayites will see the} o : :
rocket’s nose to record re- Abdul Azis, 26, revolted in Macas-, Ultimate in the art of Dougla who has bet | | id IT’S
ch data, which is relayed to sar, capital of East Indonesia, on Leigh, a Young man who has made] feted duriz nis visit Bueno. is he har
orton Sound” by automa- April 5. The Republic sent troops fortune d ing fabulous sky-| Aires and who decorate Peron ;
radio transmitters for study einforrements’ to . the igns. His new invention, mountec| and Senora Peron th the Le- The ' ; ‘ '
destroyer was accompanying | Azis later surrendered 1 an airship which will cruise} banese Order of Merit lepart-| .emain to Gert ( BOUND
me “Norton Sound” above the ¢ Ali Baba trav-} ing air on Saturday to Brazil aoe Yin ee-loving natior
—Reuter. The South Moluceas are group} elling on his magic carpet It is] from where e will go to Spain| “4, Schun dded We
= jof islands east of the Celeb ill done by electric bulbs—-12,000] where he will sign treat f f wi
| ov th bead ; ; ‘ \ : teadfastly pursue ir poli
ROCKE 'which formed province withi f them. An ill vertise friendship with Spat econciliation with Gert | ro
ie GOES |East Indonesia new. TV set pilnataneappnceitiiennit sear: t the same 1 1e We nn Ke
60 MILES UP It ineludes Ambon, Serang,| _— un eens. te. he dictated. by
. 3 , sei, and Banda, The} r ‘ —Re
m Mr. WILLIAM SAVARY oe See te oe mene 1 1. so Ht INGARIAN ag pressure o1 a Reuter
PASO, Texas, April 26 esis dak de Sed it â„¢ Go
An tase ADEM -...| Mr, Savary told the “Advocate”|uhvtu, acting head of the province .
Aerobee rocket fired yester- yesterday that Trinidad’s new con- |of South Moluccas W j 9 Arrested I or
si the White Sands proving stitution expe ted t me into/ shal, Vice--Presi t ¢ NN; ’ : . o.@
tht New Mexico, attained 4! force towards the end of the yea:!Moluceas’ Coun is » di ¥ R ; vy) Le
of 60 miles and a speed or), th ncil j é m A Dut \ ik pre a ing umours DOWN OY
Oximately 257 miles per hour,| °"° ve ee a ~o aan titan ; eng sp aie ; BUDAPEST, April 2¢ litician as rn ( | Re
authorities here announced ie one eg : East Indic Arpad Szakasits -of} par lie 1 18 BUDAPEST, April 26 Fo
® Aerobee rocket was tracked!” paying hic two mot etay it We } Police in Pech, southern Hut SOO
0 ol . 4 uring Ni we ul a ve ‘ éine ' CAD
‘Onically and optically} pneland. he 7) he ula! troor jgary, and other town vITH ARK
bUgh its flight and has been | oe Bee ¥ arte He . j rested nine people for readin Ae
~vered by proving ground| a? Guecne in - 2 - Ronai } ec the Cabinet|rumours that war nminwt OY
2 & > . oO c ons. 1 z i née \ APSO
mene, . 1 fe Moen +1.” 4} “ ret ‘ S ce 1946 fir M te ‘ nd that American tri Kx
—Reuter, — , , ormer ru ind Co-oper ‘ d |oecupy Hungar) \ RELISH
After 29 e Benct Minist« I liniste : on ia
NEW | sore See i 3s Baldwin Asks : igs eal : i 1 V The arre vere pas ek |
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PICTURED HERE, is Mrs. Rosamund Wright, the Lady who lives
on Guiana Island off the northeast coast of Antigua and owns a
group of about a dozen other smaller islands nearby.
was taken in the grounds of the Hotel Windsor shortly before she
left the hotel to board the “Gascogne”
will be in England for about six months and will then be returning

to her island home,

IS Excellency the Governo:

and Mrs. Savage, accom-
panied by Capt. W. Lampert
visited and inspected the Lazar-

etto yesterday morning.
Arriving Saturday
IR GEORGE SEEL, K.C.MG.
the new Comptroller for
Development and Welfare*in the
West Indies and also British Co-
Chairman of the Caribbean Com-

mission will be arriving from
England by the “Golfito” on
Saturday. Also due to arrive on

Barbados are:-
Mrs. E, C. Asheshov,

the “Golfito” for
Miss T. E. Archer,





Miss W. H. L. Bascom, Lt,-Commander O
Brocklebank, Mr, R, J. H. Bull, Miss
K. M. Molloy, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Nichill
and two children, Mr. L, A, Pinard, Mr
A. J. C. Pomeroy, Mrs. M. T, Pomero3
Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Pratt, Mrs. E. M
Robinson, Mr. H. B. Schofield, Mr. and
Mrs. R. T. Siladdir Miss E. M. Sladd
Masten A. J. R. Sladdin, Miss B. V
Strong, Revd. R. R. Wi r and Mr, a
Mrs. L. C. Warren

Away For Six Months

ADY VIOLET STOW, wh
live Highgate Upper
Collymore Rock left yesterday by
the “Gascogne” to ix
months with her i
England.

She tell e that her
Administrato! Ww t ‘
will also be going En d
shortly with his wife and son an
will join her in England, She ll

be-returning to Barbad t the

end of her holiday

Been in W.I. Since 1947
R. AND Mrs. E. S. Chamber
who have been in Barbad

since October 1947, first ame to
the West Indies in May 1947
when they arrived in Trinidad to
isit their son Dr, David Chamber
and his family,

They came to spend a short

holi iay here but liked it so much

at Kent Houst

that they took a flat
with

and have been here ever since,
periodical visits to Trinidad.

They are off to England for six
months” holiday and afterwards
intend -to return to Barbados
Their son, Dr. Chambers is quite
well kndéwn here, during the wal
he was in the Fleet Air Arm
Trinidad visiting here leave
and he was also in Barbados last
year on a shooting team

4th

on

~ BY THE WAY

SKED about the ban on Irish
éréam Charlie Suet said
yesterday: “Our aim 18 to prevent
anybody enjoying anything until
everybody can enjoy it Asked
about oysters and champagne
Suet said: “That's different.

Asked= if he would ban such
things as fire-eating, violin-mak
ing and poloplaying, Suet said
“In a true democracy everyone
or no one would eat fire, make
violins, and play polo, Otherwise
you would have disgruntled
people saying, ‘Why should | he
make violins?’ ‘Why shouldn't J
swallow swords or fire?’ ‘W ho
ever asks my dad to play polo?

In Passing
LETTER-WRITER asks in 4
morning-paper why, out of

a hundred people he met on hi
way to work, not one had a care
free look A moment’s thought

should have told him that an ugly

rumour that the Zoo bear was s ill
had knocked the stuffing out ot
the populstion This, aggravated



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of girls, with pencils 5, ,arefool, maniger, ho yes.” S¢
utograph book the girls retreated, and Rizamu
rushed the seesaw | night, “Ho, ghan said A eep of blon bom
what i thi id Kazbulah. shles is as a zworm of blewbot
Wun poarte Ho, we tuls. Orkografs leeds to orkomo
think yore porle¢ nin is wheels. We give no prezints, n
nerval Ush, brother aid yes
Ashura These nes is of want
ing to skitch hus for the Okki Tail prece
dimy Said Ri an Per- | the first time in literary
haps they be a key r rarshuns history the book made fron
it No sossigies , purls of the film made from the book
delite, nor no fishenships.” The made from the film made from
girls giggled < held out the the book made from the film ol
autogr aph books They be poob- “Dynamite In Her Heart” will be
lishers’ laydies,” said Kazbulah serialised in this column
— iaimaniaenginindat aN a eR ee
Undie
we Nighties .
lace-trimmed

they expect to be here until Ma

6th. Mr. Winston Manager of |
the Government Fruit Packing and ,
Dominica. |

is

Marketing Depot in
They are staying at Super Maré
Worthing

After Two Weeks

FTER two weeks’ holiday a

the Ocean View Hotel, Mr
and Mrs. C. Fletcher returned to
Brifish Guiana on Tuesday by
B.W.LA., where Mr. Fletcher is
Director of Personnel in the
Demerara Bauxite Co. in. Mac
Kenzie

From B.C. to Miami
By Bus

RS. JANE MONRUFET
Barbados

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25.000 to sing for a fortnight in
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arrived in
about two weeks ago on the ‘Blue : en
Star’, from Nassau lives in Van- While the perennial argument imitation _half-burnt _cigarett tes
couver, British Columbia. She continues as to whether women and a third trimmed with a
travelled from Vancouver to] dress to please themselves, annoy child’s toy rabbit, a good on}
Miami by bus which took ter other women, or to attract men, of the spectators sighed eet y
days, then from Miami to Nassau there is no doubt at all that, as and averted their eyes. But the
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by air. far as their hats are concerne milliner reports that they are
"she is enjoying her Barbados many women just want to attract ling well! On the re re
é :
j i mi ing to see tha I Across
holiday immensely and every day |,attention. When a London :il- aie om are full of smart] 1 ana 7 Pct Short _ notes.
she visits some new place of in- liner showed a series of Sprin 1d pleasing models which wi ilk (4-4-7) 8. This is silly. (6)
terest on -the island. ‘Mrs. | hats recently which included one , jg attraction to a pretty face an J ne used to be the boy friend,
< . “Tes . racentin c 7 a: ee : j .
Monrufet is keen on writing poetry | creation representing a monster . ften an aging one; and buyers) 10. Alternative pox to a painter, (@)
and has written the following nest full of fluffy yellow chic sort that these, too, are sellinu| }4 Se hon {E cows (3)
© . shi * Ae i158 § vi. «
little poem about pecweaen— another which was draped isfactorily . | 14. Produces a pure tear. (8)
BARBADOS eer ets * - - — -— —--——-— | 15. Part of the bow. (6)
A tiny island where the balmy breeze | 17. Three letters the fleet keeps Up
: : ay | peve. (i
This picture sey jhe a jewel on the ocean's heavins nepeet and the Dra on Pill 28 18 a emant uepealivins (4)
breast, Ss ) Ss. {
i Where stately palm trees wave thei ) Earnest money confirming a bar-
en route to England. She graceful arms, gain that made Anne reply, (4-6)
In welcome to the folks who come to rest 21 Ancient British chief that would
make any nag ponder. (9)
Tis here that flying fish play Down
d white ed waves rollin’ on silv
The Chambers’ are looking for- ae oy Ma i alpha ciahared G. twuehandied Roman vase. (6
ward to seeing the West Indian Here hatures glorious power holds sway 2 Sc ih pleasure, (8) transp
cricket team in action and have UP! by. work’of human hands sh. (8) |
promised Skipper John Goddard At end of day the setting sun | | Sone e got What was
and Mr. Clairmonte. to look them Goes down in colors seen by none, | 5 Doubters usually say. it must be
(4)

should here,
great master

Except he
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Were Here for the Winter

M* AND Mrs. Adam
who have

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winter in Barbados with their :
daughter Mrs snley Edghill left When’e you pass this way On seeing the smoke ibe attendant ang » are now Ddowing politely.
Jaug Mrs. Stanle; ighi ft This tiny isle of sugar cane, od startles Rupert by p veoh igt the dish ‘*! hear that the young dragon ts
for the Briti isles yesterday by May be i'll guess? It has a name ine ‘° ri :
ron Pe vets a avienlin and the food, and by dashing away trying to get to you, says the aged
the Gascogne’, They were 55a) JM 41 top speed Finding he no man, ‘You must possess very
ing with Mr Mrs. Stanley longer a prisoner the litthke bear powerful nagic , strange story
Edghill at St, Lawrence follows autiously. In a few must have been trt ** Of course
i On the Way minutes he tor the it’s Wy ries Rupert * And
Latest News of earned old man, umaze there’s no agic. The young
HE LATEST news of Miss O* THE high seas bound tor ment the others being dragon likes me That's all!”
Daphne I. Rocheford, one of Barbados, is a coloured movie
the most recent epartures to film showing a wedding ceremony URYPTOOU as :
Englar e has joined the Mr. Ian Hazell, a former resident ‘. x w-—.icre’s how to work It:
nursing ff the North Stafford- of St. Vincent and Barbados, is int YD L B AAXR
ire R Infirmary ending pictures of his wedding Cosa 15th *s LONGFELLOW
t . “ Tl : 4 e letter simply stan
r to his mother, who was unable to de ale ae wis OF In this example A i
W i Visit B.LF. go to England for the ceremony ae the three X for the two O’s, hint naa gorse
| iD te an" Collins His bride, formerly Miss Sheila mn a the length and formation of the words are all os “4
M eae 7 41S Crarner, of Norfolk, wore a 100- sach day the code letters are different ints,
leit on the “Gascogne” 14st year-old lace veil sent from ea
i t t roul \ gland Ih y » , — ‘
night en ( k 4 - ; Barbados. A Cryptogram Quotation
expect to be away for abour four Mrs. Hazell is at present living VH H W
: ; I . aze S 3 WBR i i
nonths and while t 10 jin St. Vincent so very probably on aR WRHD WYDSM CNL
England, they hope to visit the grrival, the film will be forward- ZGDZNLCH?—1HWYBLR
British Industries F ed to her there. re BLR
They will also t g over 0! Yesterday's Cryptoquote: THY PEOPLE SHALI
. 4 : 1 . Th ’ sepaeiee i ef ‘ Ih - pr
a visit to Europe. Mr. ¢ ae Teaching Art PLE, AND THEY GOD MY GOD--RUTH \LL BE MY PEO-
Director f Messr R. M. Jone Mi ,
F . “i TE P ‘IS an artist ol] ~
hee of Ltd ARNER FRANCIS
Ret ‘ +S J Antigua has been appointed) }
eturning on Friday to teach art in their Elementary
R. BO GREEN of Jfnter- gchools. TO-NIGHT AT 8.30
f ‘ q 'DA’ LUPINO—PAUL HENRIED--O
} Sain clin Tac alt Francis has exhibited many ACS eNeTpo HAVILLAND
for B.G B.W.LA. pictures in Barbados, his most . in F
nd expect I k lay. famous being “The Gambler DEVOTION
Bab he ei : 4 A WARNER BROS. PICTURE
the | f 1949 Quick Thinking Commencing Friday 26th
.e BUD ABB ‘OSTELL:
“Off. to B. G. D* CHARLES and family from SRROre le COSTELLO
} OHN )N t t ;
M“ F a Antigua are on their way \ KEEP "EM FLYING
Office of the firit cl 2 "TU
‘ - a ee British Guiana on the Canadian] (@_. a \ UNIVERSAL PICTURE
ae. sR ras se ; the Leeward } oat. In view of the existing dock ae
TRL ATU ue a ” m” OD gtrike in Antigua they were for-
Sunday mornin eft ¢ uesday .
, . ate in having their heavy ‘ ?
tunate A & G LOBE

by B.W.LA, for British Gul

Still in Barbados

ana luggage shipped to Montserrat ,

where it was transferred to the |

M* GERARD WINSTON who steamer.
arrived from Dominica via
St. Lucia nearly two weeks ago
for the Civil Service Conference
till in Barbados, He was the
Dominica repre tative. His wife
joined him here or Sunday ir
riving on the “Lady Nelson and





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| AGAINST U.S. ARMS

AGEN, April 25.
; ¢ small but

a isation of
organs:

4 _ in whi North Se

me. 4; Esbjerg. The demonstra
») was a minor

out incident.

p second
4 "

Â¥

a

on urging all worker:
other peace loving people

murderous arms” in the por

rion

n newspaper.

nh

them.

sessful dockers’ strike over th

of the arms. —Reuter.

Communism
hreatens Greece’s

. Security



the debate on the new
Government’s policy in

j der
“declared that Russia’s
in the Balkans should
before Greece seeks
relations

with Yugo-

"%
! former Premier,
ed the new coalition for
ency towards rebels, while
ism was “still threatening
security and integrity”.
ed that the Populists
ote against the Govern-
the vote of confidence
tomorrow .

—Reuter.



LONDON, April 26.

ding in most sections of
n’s stock exchange was re-
to a minimum with deal-
waiting the outcome of to-
critieal Parliamentary di-
on the pea Kingdom's

a

proposals,
London dock strike was an
onal restraining influence.
Hing industrials were quietly
med however and some
were to be seen in
viest electrical issues. Tex-
were oecasionally a few
better On small provincial
te their initial firmness
qd were included follow-
alk concerning the possibil-
fresh financing by the
Electricity Authority. Pro-
ting in selected rubber sures
ed some of previous gains.
Open quietly firm
labour troubles in
watersrand area, during
demonstrations created
M Uncertainty and prices
Marked slightly easier fol-
the appearance of small
orders,

b

F —-Reuter.

; “a
ontreal Gets

z : e .

» Archbishop
ROME, April 26
Paul-Leger, Rector of the
nh College in Rome, was
Y Consecrated Archbishop of

in the Church of St.
of few Angels here.

em moment came
Cardinal Adeodato Piazza,
of the Sacred Consis-
Congregation, laid his hands
‘ad of the new Arch-
Symbolic transfer of

opal authority inherited
. Peter,

—Reuter.
———

ES FOR BELGRADE

_ ATHENS, April 26.
Crit Sehovic, Yugoslav
® D’Affaires in Greece, lef

ay for Belgrade for
Y consultations with his
msnent after talks with

time Minister Genera

‘ after the four years’
between their countries.
a Foreign Office
h he had not receivec
ou ee — his
‘Oo give him after his
with General Plastyra:
Palaty's debate ~ or
» Right Populist anc
Democ Tats — represented
intin Tsaldaris and Johr
- hon oy daca reserv<
rochement wit!
Reuter.

—!

'
‘tos Aires Talks

ll Be Successful

®. From page i.
‘nether the Argentine
wed to favour bulk
wethods, the ambassador
oe anny” it has shown
: So far, and enabled
ta Cnt to offer to the
with ees Which provide
the ter standards of
an they have ever on-

Â¥ tiogan will
. © the Kj
Palace at

present his
Mg at Buck-
Midday on

Hogan disclosed that be-
seertun from Buenas

“ent Peron had told

ce W as ntere +

Ox rae “erested in
anges Of teachers and}

No etween the

ust

fi two: couns-|
ed xed programme hail

~-Reuter

ee ee ge

active
Party, has begug its
un. against the unloading of
Denmark. First

one and passed

nd when the Communist
Be td Boceers Union passed

le to
jemn the unloading of “Ameri-
Officials of the}

our bridges when we come
”

tically placid Denmark
has been no large scale
es for some three years. Few
+t the Communists to stage a

“ATHENS, April 25. |

today, Populist Party |
Constantin
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MR. D. D. GARNER’S

among a number of which the Senior Member for St. Phil

gave notice in the House of
_ The address covered a wide
field and included scholarships
for girls at Queen’s College, seat-
ing accommodation for visiters
the House of Assembly and the
teaching of negro history in
schools

Some of these read:

Negro History

The House of Assembly are con-
vinced of the necessity for the
teaching of African or Negro his-
tory in the Secondary and the
Public Elementary Schools
throughout this Island, particular-
ly in view of the large preponder-
ance of persons of African or
Mixed African decent in this com-
munity

2. The House are also of the
opinion that the systems of age-
grouping and superannuation that
have been tried for the past few
years in the schools of this island
have not proven beneficial to the
vast majority of children attend-

ing such schools. The House ac-
cordingly recommend that the
abolition of both age-grouping

and superannuation be made effec-
tive in this Island at the earliest
possible date,

3. The House request that His
Excellency shall take appropriate
action for the purpose of adding
African or Negro History as afore-
said to the curricula of the schools
as abovementioned; as well as to
take the necessary steps for the
abolition of age-grouping and
superannuation without any un-
necessary delay.

Reformatory School

The House of Assembly beg to
point out to His Excellency the
Governor the crying need in this
Island for a public institution to
receive, educate and take care of
girls and boys who are either
orphans or have no one to take
care of them but who have com-
mitted no criminal offence.

2. The House of Assembly re-
quests that His Excellency shall
transmit to the Legislature, as
soon as possible, a Bill to amend
the Reformatory and Industrial
School Act 1890 (1890-16), so that
provision will thereby be made for
reception into the said Reforma-
tory School for children such as
have been mentioned in paragraph
one above, and who have been
recommended thereto having com-
mitted no criminal offence.

The House of Assembly respect-
fully begs to draw to the attention
of Your Excellency the inadequate
seating accommodation for Visitors
to the House of Assembly Cham-
ber and pray that Your Excellency
will take the necessary steps to
improve the seating capacity,

Land Authority

The House is of opinion that in
order permanently to put an end
to the inequitable distribution of
land, in this island, where fully
2/3 of the cultivable acreage is
owned and controlled by a hand-
ful of sugar plantations, in order
to assist in the creation of new
land owners, to ensure that a
wider number of people share in
the profits derived from agricul-
ture, to facilitate the utilization of
land for the best public benefit
under efficient and economic pro-
duction plans to assist in enabling
agricultural workers to acquire
parcels of land on which to erect
their homes, and to take all action
leading to the most scientific
economic and efficient enjoyment
of land by the people of Berbacyt
that legislation should be enacte

for the purpose of: —

1, Limiting or prohibiting the
holding, on, oan
management or acquisition of |
in excess of 500 acres by individ+
uals or companies of any sort
whatsoever. }

2. Creating a land authority,
which shall haye certain defined
powers. }

3. Defining and_ establishing
proportional-profit farms.

4. Providing for the protection
of ail real property of the Auth-
ority from levy and sale by virtue
ef an execution, such provision
not to apply to or limit the rights

}of bondholders or mortgage hold-

ers to foreclose or otherwise én-
force any mortgage of the Auth-
ority

5. Appropriating from general

jrevenue the sum of £300,000 for

the Land Authority

The House respectfully request
that legislation to give effect to
the proposal set out above be sent



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“Back To Afriea”
Back In The House

“Back to Africa” Address was
ip
Assembly on Tuesday.

jue to the Legislature at the
earliest possible date.
Industrialization

The House of Assembly is of the
considered opinion that, as, for ob-
vious reasons, private capital can-
not be expected to embark upon
new major industrial enterprises,
the Government should take the
lead in a programme of industri-
alization for Barbados.
_ 2. For this purpose, the House
is of opinion that the sum of
£100,000 should be appropriated
from general revenue for the es-
tablishment of the Barbados De-
velopment Co., which shall be
authorised to conduct research and
experimentation, make plans and
designs, acquire, operate, and im-
proye industrial and commercial
enterprises; to make loans and to
discover and develop to the full-
est possible extent the human and
economic resources of the island,
form and hold interests in sub-
sidiary corporations and enter-
prises; to accept grants, borrow
money and issue bonds on such
terms and conditions as it may
decide.

3. The House respectfully request
that legislation for this, and for
similar purposes, be sent down to
the legislature.

The House respectfully request
that (1) The Highways Commis-
sloners of the various parishes be
given the financial assistance to
enable them to give back pay to
their employees on the same basis
as that paid to similar employees
of the Department of Highways
and Trahsport.

(2) Watchmen employed by the
Department of Highways and
Transport be paid their additional
salary scale assessed on the maxi-
mum number of working hours,

The House of Assembly is of the
opinion that in consequence of the
increase in the Old Age Pension,
the lowering of the qualifying age
to 68, and the raising of the means
test, there should be an increase
in the remuneration of Payment
to Enquiry Officers.

The House is of the opinion that
Scholarships should again be pro-
vided for girls from the primary
schools of the Island to Queen’s
College.

2, The House requests that His
Excellency would send down legis-
lation to give effect to this proposal

The House is of the opinion
that in order to promote the general
welfare of the community and to
ensure the organisation and de-
velopment of a healthy 7nd unified
publie opinion, steps should be
taken at an early date with a view
to the removal of colour barriers
or any sort of rac‘al discrimina-
tion which exists in this colony.

2. The House is in complete
agreement with the suggestion
made in a recent issue of the
London Times that Colonial Offi-
cials should in future be forbidde:
to belong to clubs which impose a
colour bar,

3. The House respectfully re-
quest that legislation be introduce
designed to prohibit Colonial Office
Officials from obtaining member-
Bhip in, or from participation tc
any extent whatsoever in the acti-
vities of hétels, clubs, associations
or social or recreational centres of
any sort which maintain racial
discrimination in any form.

“Back to Africa”

1, The House of Assembly has
the honour to draw to the atten-
tion of His Excellency the Gov-
ernor the fact that there are in
this Island, a considerable number
of people of African descent.

2. Amongst the abovementioned |
persons are a considerable num-
ber who are at present unem-
ployed and for whom there is no
hope of employme::t in the near
future in Barbados.

3. The forefathers of many of
these people were brought against
their will to the West Indies, and
to this Island, seen: their homes{
land, the’ continent of Africa.)
Their ancestors possessed a great
tradition and a culture of their



own. Away from their homeland,|
the impact of European civilisa-/
tion has tended to affect and influ-:|
ence the minds and cultur> of}
descendants of these original}

4. The House would also dr: w|
laves

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to the attention of You: Excellency
that the British Imperialist Gov-
ernment, in consequence of:—

(a) Its geographical position,
its area, its deticiency in natural
resources.

(b) Its avowed policy of keep-
ing Great Britain tree trom any
appreciable number of persons of
African descent enjoying the same
political, industrial, military, social

and economic advantages as those
extended” to other European
people.

(c) Its irrevocable policy of
keeping Mother Africa as a re-
serve for obtaining raw materials
for her factories in Great Bri-
ain, and the cruel exploitation of
the African natives, in order to
maintain adequate living stand-
ards for her citizens at home.

(d) Its demoralising
and unfair treatment
African natives in
that enacted for and
to British and other
workers on African soil

(e) Its high-handed game of
double-dealing diplomacy in
handling all Negroes at home and
abroad and the rigid maintenance
of an Iron Curtain between Afri-
cans on the Continent and their
brothers scattered all over the
West Indies, the North American
Continent and Asia.

(f) The calamitous neglect
which it has exhibited as a
Metropolitan country and Colonial
power; its only aim being for-
ever to subjugate the Africans
at home and their descendants
abroad to the role of hewers ol
wood and drawers of water, or in
a different role to be her lackeys
and stooges, thereby perpetuating

laws
the
contrast to
meted out
European

ol

her racial ideology of “white
supremacy,”

(g) Its illegal and highly
questionable acquisition, and
control of vast areas of African

territory, the utilisation of which

is detrimental to the rightful
owners (the Natives), who are
deprived of a proper stake in

their country, true and adequate
representation in their parlia
ments, and are treated in-
feriors in their own country, and
are not afforded the professedly
democratic right of majority rule,

(h) Its rigid, unethical and
sinister suppression of the Negro
Press which is endeavouring to
create Negro unity, Negro solid-
arity, Negro nationalism, Negro
self-help and ultimately the real-
ity of a highly social, commercial,
agricultural, industrial education-
al, cultural and prosperous homo-

as

geneous nation, progressively
governed by Negro statesmen of

the United States of Socialist

Africa,
(i) Its failure to recompense
Negro workers, soldiers and sail-
ors for their services, loyalty and
and people in times of war.
(j) Its mal-administration

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Thursday, April 27, 1950



Strain

TWO months have passed since the
Labour Party were re-elected to the Gov-
ernment of Britain. The majority which
they then obtained was so slim that politi-
cal forecasters have, with good reason, been
predicting the imminent end of Labour’s
tenure of office.

That the end has not yet coime has been
due to the strenuous efforts which have
been made to ensure that members are on
call at all times during sitting of the House
and even in spite of their efforts the Gov-
ernment has been defeated although not on
an important issue.

The greatest threat to the Government’s
existence came in the opposition challenge
to the Budget. Conservatives and Liberals
lined up to give the Government's leaders
their most anxious moments to date. In a
crowded House, Labour secured a majority
of five, A general election has been post-
poned and Labour continues in its uneagy
tenure of office.

Such a condition of affairs cannot give a
strong Government prepared to undertake
a vigorous policy. The Labour Party is a
gathering of many persons whose political
opinions vary from true Liberals to Com-
munist fellow travellers. Any split in the
party would ensure a Government defeat.

Ali indications point to the fact that the
moderate wing of the Labour Party as rep-
resented by Attlee and Morrison are now
in control and the stormy Aneurin Bevan
is still at his old post as Minister of Health.
Any crisis in economic or foreign affairs
may well precipitate a crisis within the
ranks of Labour itself and in so doing bring
about the defeat of the Government and a

new election,

In the meantime the strain upon Members
of Parliament and more particularly upon
Government Ministers is severe. They have
to deal with the great pressure of work
necessitated by Britain’s economic position
and the hazards of foreign policy. They have
to be in instant attendance to stave off

defeat on a snap division.

The most important question that occu-
pies the minds of politicians is the possible
result of another appeal to the country, The
Conservatives cannot envy Labour’s posi-
tion with so small a majority and unless
they have reason to believe that they can
win with a working majority it is improb-
able that they will force the overthrow of
the Government,

Prime Minister Attlee, it is safe to assume
will only seek a dissolution if his advisers
ean predict a reversal in the trend por-
trayed by the elections of February so that
Labour’s majority will ensure a greater
degree of sec urity

Until such time as the political pundits
can foresee some decisive turn in public
opinion Labour can be expected to remain
in power, pursuing a policy of consolida-
tion of past gains rather than proposing
any further dramatic changes in British
society or economy. The Conservatives will
continue their present policy of attacking
at every opportunity and both parties will
assiduously court the favour of the electors
in every word and deed.

OUR READERS SAY:

To The Editor, The Advocate,
SIR,—I am well aware of the
history of the Empire Theatre.
Interest in theatrical productions
when that theatre was projected
was not as widespread in this
island as it is to-day, nor were

there a comparable number of
amateur theatrical productions.
I well remember an excellent

session at the Olympic Theatre
given by the Glossop-Harris
Company, with Frank Cellier
playing the leading roles and an
excellent supporting cast. Shake-
speare, Sheridan, as well as
dramas such as “The Second Mrs.









Tanqueray”, and farce like “A It may well be that it will take to any grant made by the Council. enough fish on their hands .., the world, would whole heartedly mess—reveals a masterpie {
little Bit of Fluff” were played. some years to raise a sufficiently It was kind of Mr. Wood to public is still against fish.” repudiate your Sports Writer's test team ‘building ‘thal yaak : :
Sometimes it was possible to pur- large fund for the purpose, yet enlighten me on the requirements approach. Neither Woodful nor is diametrically 2 ro “- C8)
chase a seat on the actual day the project should be viewed at of the British Council before it One wonders whether Cod and Bradman would agree with this Coppin’s, behind which I a ;
of the performance. In the much the start as a long term one. makes any grant. This I already Haddock could be exported here theory. detect an element = | feats ms i} vn :
larger Empire Theatre, recent knew. The Council is, quite prop- at economic prices? compatible with conan ean ICE CREAM
amateur productions have been Let Mr. Wood start his “Paper perly, hesitant to make any grant FISH EATER. The Australian theory and Why rest--Mr. C sppin’s saa
sold out in advance of the day Fund” if he considers that it is until certain requirements are practice is that you should start Gomez. Rae. W a ” ‘ay a C TE
of performance. On the last the best method of procedure. A fulfilled, I never implied that the Soft Cricket building your next team from the A te ere a se Weekes? CHOCOLATE STRAWBERRY
night of “High Tyme” more than properly constituted committee British Council wasted its funds, opening g when the captain ness, as Bradmz r a eae ee ae { and = VANILLA FLAVOURS
100 per ‘ turned away with a treasurer would, I think, if that is the meanin ttached To The Editor. The Advocate. lects wi e believe ; , eee eee oe a me a
office attract more subscribers whether Mr. Wood's we they don’t dish SIR.— You te n T icceed it n ust 1X 4 le. per pk.
o nterest in the aper’ or otherwise. There i out money for the , ‘ ‘ rs v tar m aa rose to he 1}}
ue to a number be the feeling that the job had NEVILLE CONNELI written in this ne aper on th e te a GC rm Capen Te
i tio begun if Mr. Wood is wt Museum House ricket strategy th West ; ce co er ha i at GODDARDS.
excellent work of ried his first ibscriber, I Garrison, Indies team can be only of aca- “ if a the Sun-
Cor e continu- will undertake that 26.4.50 demic interest So that when I is {f Mr. Coppm {



ity of productions by the Bridge-
town Players and a more general
distribution of wealth.

Let us assume that Mr. Wood's
hypothesis is
other funds will be forthcoming
but the profits of the Bridgetown
Players and the Barbados Dra-
matic Club, and that it will take
50 years to accumulate enough to
build a theatre—better a theatre
in 50 years than none. But, Mr.
Wood’s hypothesis is not correct.
The inhabitants of this island are
not so utterly devoid of public
spirit that none of them will sub-
scribe to a fund for a new theatre.

BARBADOS

ADVOCATE

-ENOUGHY |

WHAT is there in these Iron
Curtain countries which makes
ordinary non-political* citizens

give up their life’s work, their
homes, their savings, and flee
abroad?

Again and again on my travels
I meet these Iron Curtain refugees
in the new homes and new jobs
they have found for themselves.

And as often as not these new
homes and new jobs are as un-
congenial and as unsuitable as
they could possibly be.

In the torrid heat of Central
Brazil I found a skilled Polish
textile worker from Lodz break-
ing stones. In an up-country town
of Australia I met a young lawyer
who had fied from Budapest
sweeping out the office of the local
electricity manager. I could give
dozens of other examples.

Why do they flee?

I asked the question again last
night as I sat in the warm elegance
of a London club, a decanter of
Beychevelle '43 in front of me.
This time I got an answer. For
sharing the claret with me was
Frantisek, (For reasons which will
become obvious as you read on [
am not going to give you his full
name.)

The last time Frantisek and I
had talked together he was sitting
at a desk in one of Bratislava’s
Communist-run State departments
where he held a key job by virtue
of his expert technical and
administrative knowledge.

The escape rush had just begun,
and I remember saying to him in
not. very delicate jest: “I look
forward to seeing you in London.”
I smiled as I said it. But he did
not smile back. “I lope not,” he
said, very gravely.

Yet here he was now. He had
left his beautiful home outside
Bratislava, left the big industrial
concern which he had helped to
build up and over which he had
continued to rule, both when the
Nazis occupied Czechoslovakia
and when it was nationalised by
the Communists,

Starting Again

And here he was now in Lon-
don, looking for a job, forced at
the age of 43 to start again.

“I did not want to leave,” he
said. “The workers trusted me.
The men in my concern relied on
me to see them through this, as
I had seen them through the
Nazi occupation. I felt it was my
managerial duty to them to do
so. No, I did not want to go.”

But one thing piled on top of
another The breaking point
came when at one and the same
time pressure on him from his
Communist bosses to join the

THE NEWS THEY HIDE
FROM STALIN |

There are no experts on the
Soviet Union,” a distinguished

foreign correspondent has said.
“only varying degrees of ignor-
ance.”

It is because the pubic know so
little about the higher command
in Communist Russia that any

book which casts a glimmer of
light on the Kremlin is eagerly
read for a clue to the riddle:

Peace or war?

Moscow Mission 1946—1949
(Heinemann, 15s.) sheds more
than a glimmer on Russian policy
and Russian leaders. For General
Bedell Smith, Eisenhower's war-
time Chief of Staff, is a shrewd
observer who had the benefit of
coaching from the top-flight
American authorities on Russia
when he was appointed Mr. Tru-
| man’s Ambassador to Stalin.

} Perhaps the most important con-
clusion which General Smith
reached after his three years in
Moscow was that there is no truth
in the widely held and possibly
dangerous misconception that
while other Soviet leaders, such
as Molotov and Vishinsky, may
be difficult and hostile,
“basically reasonable.”

He has come to this view after
bitter experience of Stalin as a

negotiator,
At the end of his first interview

the Russian leader told him: “We
should not be alarmed or appre-
hensive because of differences of
which

opinion and arguments
occur in families and even be-
tween brothers, because, i
patience and good will, these dif-
ferences could be reconciled.”

| Stalin's Ability

When he left, without any fare-
well interview, the Berlin block-

ade was in full swing.

What led General Smith to this
In the first place it is
tremendously

conclusion?
clear that he was \
impressed by Stalin's own ability

“The sequence and length of his



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Stalin is

with

ky Sefton Deimer

party became irresistible, and
orders were given him in his offi-
cial capacity at the department
which he felt he could not carry
out and retain his self-respect.

The Communists wanted him
to plan a reorganisation of his
old concern which meant that a
substantial number of its best
and most experienced workers
would be sent to the mines.

Rather than submit Frantisek
decided to go.

The overriding reason behind
this decision, however, was his
reluctant conviction that the
Nazi and the Communist occupa-
tions had been too much for
Czechoslovakia.

The spirit of ner people was
broken. No one trusted anyone.
Everyone suspected everyone
else’s motives. The old national
solidarity had vanished.

No longer would Czechs or
Slovaks work together to pull the
kind of tricks with which they
had duped the Nazis. Ilis fight
had no prospect of success. He
gave me an instance.

After their coup d’état the
Communists stopped the pension
of a veteran employee of the con-
cern. The pension was the old
man’s sole source of income.

He Wouldn‘t

Frantisek suggested to the firm's
lawyer that they should fiddle an
arrangement by which the old
man was ostensibly paid a sum in
compensation for the nationalisa-
tion of some of his property which
had been taken over by the con-
cern,

“It was quite an easy one to
pull,” said Frantisek, as we sipped
our claret. “Under the Nazis
our lawyer would have done it
like a shot. But now he was
afraid. He would not play.”

The odd thing, however, is that
Frantisek gave me quite a lot of
evidence that the Communist
Party—even some of its inner-
most committees—the police, the
Civil Service and the Cabinet
itself are riddled, with men who
secretly work against the régime.

They do so either because they
are anti-Communist Czech
patriots or because they foresee
the possible eclipse of the Com-
munist Party and are anxious to
keep a retreat open for them-
selves.

Frantisek told me of a Minister
who was privy to, his intention to
escape, who frankly admitted his
shame at having to serve the
interests of his masters.

A Czech policeman, raiding the
house of one of Frantisek’s

iby Charles Wintour

remarks,” he said of his first in-
terview, “made me feel that either
he has a remarkable memory and
great power of concentration, or
that the points which would be
raised had been anticipated.”

Secondly, he stresses that Stalin
won power “by the simple and
direct tactic of exterminating the
Opposition.” Everyone on the
Politburo is thus a Stalinist, and
Stalin is not only their chairman
but “so far above all of his con-
temporaries that it is impossible
to compare any of them with
him.”

° °
Deliberate Deceit
Finaily, General Smith consid-

ers that when comparisons are
made between what Stalin has
said to foreigners and what he has
said to his own people in the basic
literature of the Communist Party,
in which their programme is
clearly spelled out, “it is impossi-
ble to avoid the conclusion that the
Generalissimo is capable of con-
tradicting himself and even, on
oceasion, of deliberately deceiving
his auditor.”

It must be said that some of the
evidence which is presented in
this book supports the other view.

Surely it is odd that Stalin never
talked to General Smith without
Molotov’s being present, appar-
ently as a watchdog to see that
Stalin kept within the bounds of
officially approved policy.

Again, when General Smith,
with representatives of Britain
and France, were discussing the
Berlin dispute with Stalin and
Molotov, Stalin suddenly asked:

TODAY'S THOUGHT
The first idea of method
is a progressive transition
from one step to another
in any course.
—Coleridge.







friends who had escaped, seemed
to me a particularly good example
that the Czechs have not lost the
technique of wily sabotage.

‘Send It Away

During the search of the house
this policeman roared and raved
against the escapee. He was par-
ticularly indignant when the
cook spoke up for her departed
master.

A. few days later the same
policeman secretly called on the
cook, warned her that a squad

THE MAN WHO 8 ADD SiALNoD NOT HIDE HIS |

official reports issued after important war-
time conferences are coming out.

waste.

shal Lord (“Jumbo”) Wilson of Libya, who =
was there and has written about it ins his |
memoirs, Eight Years Overseas, published by
Hutchinson today. |








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side whose pants had been torn off him; in

Poorer .. Poorer ..

The truth is that Czechoslovakia
is being bled by the Russians.
They are taking from the

Czechs all the best-quality goods| «ountries that belonged to non-belligerent or

which they used to export to
the West. In return they are
giving thern materials and pro-
ducts which they could acquire
more advantageously elsewhere.

Why Frantisek himself had left
was clear. But it was not until
we were heving our second glass

r he Z the answer, . ; m ' Romary’s Ginger Bake Buscuits
co Pose cubed oe of other tHe discord between Vichy and Free French | Peer GN cies cncrsssisceey 84
escapes. in Syria, the Egyptians, uncertain attitude, Romary's Parmesticks per tin

“The rnass of the people are j
unchanged,” said Frantisek sud-~-
denly, “They go on as before, But;
it is different for anyone who!
stands out individually. They get
cut down.”

Yes, I can understand that.
Better to break stones in Goyana
or’sweep out an office in Benalla
than always have to keep your
head down,—L.E.S.



“Would you like to settle the mat-
ter to-night?”

He Was Optimistic

General Smith himself falls
back on well worn quotations from
Lenin to the effect that a clash be-
tween the capitalist and Commun-
ist systems is inevitable.

He admits frankly that at first
he took a more optimistic view
than the State Department of the
possibilities of long term collabo-
ration with Russia. Three years
later he cautiously put forward
the view that only “distance neces-
sity,- patience, firmness and the
united. strength of the West” might
enable the prolongation of a pre-
earious and uncertain peace.

His record which is as plain-
spoken and direct as one would
expect from this distinguished
soldier, is thus largely a story of
growing disillusionment. It is
doubtful whether any other man
would have done much better in
that key position, but even so one
may doubt the wisdom of the
American habit of giving such
posts to military men. (General
Smith was succeeded by an
admiral).

General Smith spent his three
years in Moscow learning what a
career diplomat should have
knowu before he packed his bags.

There is much to be said for the
trained diplomat. After all, the
negotiations leading up to the
Molotov-Ribbentrop pact were
preceded by months of the most
delicate diplomatic feelers and
counter moves,

A trained diplomat, however,
would not have written this valu-
able book. It is badly constructed,
frequently repetitious, flatly writ-
ten in Pentagon English and occa-
sionally trivial.

But it does reveal how one in-
telligent American learned the
truth about Russia.

—L.E.S.

Faxin
I Will Be The First Subscriber

correct that no

Council, in
role.

Council should

clearly to
“Advocate” of





Had Mr. Wood read my letter
with more care,
noticed that I wrote “The British
Council has toc long been regara-
ed as a benevolent milch cow. . .”
I did not imply that the British
fact,
It has too often been sug-
gested in the past that the British

projects without any
that the interested body or pet-

the



No Fish

he would have

performs this

000) was unsold

trawlers came
stone, including

put up funds for
indication

sons are trying to help them- dock.
selves. Mr. Wood's essumption
yas wrong, I was referring quite The President

Msh Merchants
“Customers . tell

leader in the

April 19, and not



To The Editor, The Advocate?

SIR,—Enough fish to give every
Barbadian 27) Ibs. each (that is
counting the population at 200,-

English seaport on April 20 when

cod fish and 13,000 stone of had-

Shortage take up the ar
Mr. Coppin will
do so only from
of discussing an

I disagree wit
at Fleetwood, an
in with 84,000 the first game
56,000 stone of
the second, and

ers like Rae, Worrell and Gomez
should be rested.
personal disagreement is the fact
the Australians,

of the Fleetwood
Association said
us they have

that







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ference room . R ; Ib. tins 1,78 a
As Commander of British or Allied Forces Danish Cocktail Sausages per tin 75 “
operating in Middle East and Mediterranean }\)} Danish vienna’ Sausages per tin |. 80 om
. . French Mushrooms per tin 54
defeated Allies, Wilson has much light to iv
a iced Bacon per Ib. ..... .. niente
shed on some obscure theatres of the war.
Bologna Sausage per lb. pe 6

“Their huddle round Stalin reminded one
of that of a football team around one of their tl

ithat manner he was escorted into the con-
Danisn Ham Sausage 2

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last Sunday’s column I am sure

den of Mr. Coppiia's argumeni—
that the selection of the team for

with special reference to that for

thorough cricket strategists in the























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These Delight,

His problems were peculiar and little un-
jerstood by politicians or public at home.

DISCORD



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General De Gaulle’s grudging co-operation,



,olitical chaos in Greece, the Mihailovich-
Tito feud—all these led to incidents now
described fully for the first time.

Wilson had been advised by one authority
that the Vichy French in Syria could be “per-
suaded” to stop resisting after a little face-
eaving fighting.

Instead of that, the Free French were
“oreeted with a blast of invective followed, in
some cases, by bullets.”

The Free French, at the start, made good |
progress, but their headquarters, on the first |
night, in the most conspicuous house in a
village, “by the cars assembled round it,
looked more like a wedding party.” The place |
was bombed.

MINISTRY CRITICISED

Wilson is very contemptuous of the work
of our Ministry of Information in America, |

On his appointment to Washington in 1945);
as Chief of the British Forces Staff Mission |
he says: “I was astonished at finding public-
ity in the States concerning what we hac
done, and were doing, in the war, in such a|
deplorable state.”

It was not known, for instance. that we |
even had a warship in the Pacific, although we
had a British task foree engaged in the Okin-
awa operations.—L.ES. pea

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in White Only
Does Stalin Know The Story Of :

The Ambassador's Chickens ? SIZES 14 TO 17

IS Stalin aware of the incredible proliferation of
bureaucracy which made General Smith’s attempt
to buy a few chickens to increase the Embassy egg
ration such a farcical obstacle race?

General Smith hails from Indiana and is used to
a healthy breakfast, and so, when he found his
egg ration reduced to a third of an egg a day, he
decided to keep a few chickens in the Embassy
garden.

First he got in touch with “Burobin,” the Admin-
istration for Service for the Diplorhatic Corps.
Burobin, of course, could only pass this request to

he Russian Ministry of Agriculture.

After prolonged delays the Ministry passed the
request, and asked for a representative to call at
the Ministry. ,

The Ambassador went himself, followed by a car-
load of security police. At the Ministry he picked
up an official and another carload of security men.

They arrived at an experimental poultry farm,
called literally a “Factory for raising up of birds”
where they were greeted by the director and several
senior members of his staff. They were given a
conducted tour of the farm and a large lunch
washed down by champagne.

Finally they bought 24 hens of the British White
Leghorn strain said to be the best layers in Russia.

So it took weeks of negotiation followed by a
minor State visit, to put through a deal designed
to improve the Ambassador's breakfast.







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gument made in field. J. H. Fingleton, in “Brightly
fades the Don” stresses at length |’
the sounduess of this approach
That a weaker side could win the
opening game is quite beside the
point. It would never occur ‘
an Australian captain to begin a
tour with an experimental side
And that view’ has nothing {x
do with financial considerations
as Mr. Coppin suggests; its con-
siderations are quite other. A tes:
side does not grow naturally, nor
is a matter of chance. A close
study of Bradman’'s strategy

1948,—-the subtlety, the foresight
the skilful adjusting, the ruthless-



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qHURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1

950



15,000 Pounds

' Of Fish

ROM APRIL 20 to Apri] 25,
: F 15,042 pounds of fish
ssed the Public Mar-
ket. i e.. made up of
5,094 Ibs. of dying fish, 2,242 Ibs.
ot dolphin, 390 lbs. of king fish
1,084 Ibs. of bill fish, 4,853 ibs. of
shark, 800 lbs. of albacore, and
579 Ibs. of bonito.
best ‘geareoed ers oe
when 2, oO
joo Tuesday 20 Ibs. of dolphin,
S aie. of king fish, 135 lbs. of
~ pill fish, 2,290 Ibs. of shark, 265
- jhs. of albacore and 240 lbs. of
4 ponito, were brought in.
- One fisherman told the Advo-
that they are still catching a
good quantity of flying fish and
they expect this to keep for a few
weeks. He said that in
some instances they have encoun-
tered some very light breezes but
always the sea has been fairly
= the other hand a butcher
said that with the large catches
of fish, and the arrival of corned
beef and salted fish, he is finding i-
pard to sell his beef in the market
He said that recently very few
cows are being butchered because
are selling most Argentine
and Australian meat.

OME RESIDENTS of St. Lucy
S travelled long distances last
night to hear the Police Band
Concert at the St. Lucy Alms-

eI Many were surprised by the
electric colour-lighting = equip-
ment which the Band carried
and installed. This was the
first time they had seen colour-
lighting in that district.
People came from Checker Hall,
. Benthams, Allendale, Spring Hall,
‘and many other districts to hear
the Band . Some walked while
others came in cars, The audi-
ence also consisted of many
tients from the Infirmary.
~ A few residents told the Advo-
cate last night that they are anx-
awaiting the occasion
when it is possible for these con-
certs to become a weekly feature.
They said that it is like a treat
for them to hear the Police Band.
A few said that on other occasions
; listen to the Band whep it
jg scheduled to play at Pia
Corner.
PRIDGETOWN ENJOYED one
of its coolest days yester-
The temperature was 84
fahrenheit in the shade
and a light wind blew throughout
‘the day. It was the most pleasant
) day of the week.
WO CANE FIRES occurred on
Z Tuesday. The first broke
' out at Lancaster Plantation, St
' James, at about 10.30 am, and
destroyed six and a half acres of
second cjop ripe canes and four
and a half acres of third crop
ripe canes.
They are the property of Mr
J. H. Wilkinson and were all in-






The second fire broke out at
Waterford Plantation, St. Michael
at about 11.10 a.m. and destroyed
850 holes of young canes and a
quarter of an acre of sour grass
This damage is also covered by
insurance. The canes and grass
are the property of Mr. R. E. Gill
of Comrie, St. Michael.

LADYS MOTTLEY of
McClean’s Gap, Brittons
Hill, died suddenly at her resi-
dence at about 10.00 a.m. on
Tuesday. An autopsy was later
performed by Dr. H. L. Massiah
and death was attributed tc
natural causes.
ye tee LARRIER of
Oistins, Christ Church, was
detained at the General Hospital
after being involved in an acci-
dent recently.

Also involved was motor car
X 51, owned by Beatrice Lashley
of Maxwell Road and driven by
Fitz Everton King of Rockley
Christ Church.

Larrier was riding his bicycle
at the time of the accident.

N EXHIBITION of Handi-
craft Work, done by Ele-
mentary Teachers during the
Easter vacation, will be held at
Wesley Hall School at 10 o'clock
today

F

E SANITARY Commission-

- ers of the Parish of St

Michael, will hold a meeting at

the Parochial Buildings, Cheap-
Side, at 12.30 p.m. today.

‘THE FISHERIES RESEARCH
boat “Investigator” steamed
into the Careenage yesterday
afternoon bringing 126 fiying fish
» and a small shark. A fair crowd
gathered around to see what she
fad brought in and what they
could get.
M A. W. ROBERTS of Erdis-
ton College reported the
om ot $34.08 from the dormitory
e sam ‘olle ring las
‘tae e College during la
"DHE POLICE at Black Rock
Police Post have recoverec
$106,67 of clothing out of $146.91
that was reported stolen.
report came from Esther
bore of Fairfield, Black Rock
9 stated that the clothing be-
hged to one Daisy Moore and

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$40.24 worth is now left
recovered.

7 con the new Plaza
P eatre, situated opposite
the Empire Theatre, is progressing
Tapidly. Carpenters have started
erecting the roof
ee.

iE Steps at the front entrance
| ate already made. Messrs. Clarke
r are supervising the

and some of the

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THE GENTLE SEX
CHICAGO: Women behaved

Biemeelves much better than men
year, according to a crime

Teport from the F.B.I, There was
rease of 4.5 per cent. in the
t of men arrested, only 2.1

Per cent. in the number of women.



What's on Today

Court of Error 10.30 a.m,

Moving of Commissioners
Health, St. Michael at
12.36 p.m.
at K t
5.00 pax ensingion at
Band at District “C”
Station, St. Philip
37.45 p.m.
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Three Months Fines For Breaking Health ULE. Presents
Aet Are Too Small

For Wounding

“This is a very serious offence
and you must go to prison for
three months” said Mr. D. D.
Morris: to Verena Crawford of
Powder Road, Station Hill, yes-
terday when she was found guilty
of wounding Gwen Ifill on the
upper part of her left arm with
a broken bottle.

In giving medical evidence Dr.
Payne said on April 15 he saw
Gwen Ifill at the General Hospi-
tal Surgery. She was suffering
from a mild shock and there was
a wound on the upper part of her
left arm penetrating the skin to
three quarters of the muscle.

This was attended to and she
was detained for further obser-
vation, Now the wound is heal-
ing satisfactorily and there is no
danger of her losing the arm

When Crawford was last con-
victed for wounding she was put
on a bond for six months in the
sum of £2.



Divers Working
On “‘Potick”’

Three divers were at work on
the Potick yesterday removing the
ballast from the hatches. They
were using a single rope and block
for bringing up the heavy pieces
of iron.

Another purpose of their diving
was to find out what should be
done to have the vesse! easily re-
floated, Because of the recent at-
tempts to refloat it, the Potick is
not sunken as deeply in the ocean
bed as it was a month ago,

The three men were going down
from a moses which was anchored
over the Potick’s hull. One of the
divers carried a long bladed knife
between his teeth.

This diver told the Advocate
that the vessel’s deck is thickly
covered with moss; the riggings
were worn and damaged.

The water of the inner basin
was somewhat murky but that did
not affect the divers. When asked
about the presence of fish, the
diver carrying the knife said that
he had seen a few small fish
around. He was prepared though
for any dangerous fish.



e P e
Rice Arrives
A shipment of 1,500 bags of
British Guiana rice arrived in the
island yesterday by schooner
Frances W. Smith. This, makes
a total of 2,500 bags of this com-

modity to have arrived for Bar-
bados this week.

The Frances W. Smith has
brought other supplies of fire-
wood, charcoal, perscénal effects
and 150 wallaba posts. The ves-

sel’s local agents are the Schooner
Owners’ Association.

Fresh Fruit

About 90 packages of fresh
fruit from St. Lucia arrived here
by the ‘“Adalina’” yesterday.
Other cargo arriving by this ves-
sel was comprised of cocoanuts,



copra, charcoal and unsquared
posts.
The “Adalina” is consigned to

the Schooner Owners’ Association.

Fallen Donkey

While drawing a cart laden
with bags of coal along Trafalgar
Square about 12.30 p.m. yester-
day, a donkey, the property of
M. Walcott of Baycroft Road, St.

Michael, slipped and fell.
Passersby assisted in lifting the
donkey to its feet. It was not
injured.

“Golfito” Coming

At daybreak on Saturday, s.s.
Golfito of the Elders & Fyffes
Company will call at Barbados
from England.

The Golfito will leave this port
the same day for Trinidad. It is
scheduled to return here on
Thursday May 11 to take passen-
gers for England.

This vessel is consigned
Messrs. R. M. Jones & Co., Ltd.

Stole Stove: Jailed

Livingston Taylor a labourer of
Bush Hall was found guilty of
stealing a stove valued at £1.10/10
the property cof Elsie Clarke
of Water Hall Lane some time
between April 24 and 25.

Mr. A. J. H. Hanscheli Magis-
trate of District “A” sentenced
him to one month’s imprisonment
with hard labour yesterday.

NO LIGHTS: 20/- FINE

Arthur Clarke of Braggs Hill,
St. Joseph was found guilty of
driving the motor van O—167 on
Waterfords Road on April 8 about
3 a.m. without having two lighis
burning at the front of the van.

He was fined 20/- to be paid
in 14 days or 14 days’ imprison-
ment by His Worship Mr. A. J. H
Hanschell yesterday.

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was remanded untii today whe!
he was charge before His Wor-
ship Mr. A. J. H. Hanschell
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OFFENDERS REFUSE

“IF THE COMMISSIONERS of Health of St. Philip
consider that fines imposed by Magistrates for contravention

cf the Public Health Act

appeal to the Assistant Court of Appeal if necessary

engaging the service of the

TO ATTEND COURT

I
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[
are inadequate, they should

C

Solicitor General.” This was

pointed out in a letter from the Colonial Secretary to the !

General Board of Health, read at the meeting of the Board

yesterday.

The Commissioners of Health of St. Philip had for- |
warded a letter to the Board of Health, stating that they
considered the fines imposed for the offence mentioned,
were too light to serve as a deterrent to would-be offenders

The Board of Health considered
this matter and sent a copy of the
Commissioner’s letter to the
Colonial Secretary, requesting that
the attention of the magistrates be
drawn to it.

Ignoring Summons
Mr. Manning at yesterday’s
meeting said that he was aware
the position’ had now improved.

What had been happening was
that some people had actually
been ignoring the summons to

attend the Court for the particular
offence, taking into consideration,
no doubt, that the fine would be
small. He knew that lately two
such offenders were fined 15/- and
25/- respettively, and this should
serve as an example to others

On the suggestion of the Presi-
dent of the Board, Dr. E. B. Carter,
the Board decided to forward a
letter of sympathy to Lady Hutson,
regretting the death of her hus-
band Sir John Hutson, and one
to the Misses Thorne on the death
of their father Mr. E. E. H. Thorne.

Both, said the President, had
been prominent members of the
Board, é

The Board approved an appli-
cation from Mr. H. V. Marson to
alter an approved plan of a portion
of land at Porters, St. James, for
dividing off another lot of 1 acre,
2 roods 64 perches,

The division and sale of one lot
of land from Thorpes Plantation,
St. James, by the Barbados Co-
Operative Bank Limited, was
approved. The Board considered
an application by Mr. A. S.
Husbands for an amendment to
the approved plan for division
and sale of land at Babbs Plan-
tation, St. Lucy, so that there
might be a re-division into more
lots.

Taking the matter of the water
supply for the area into consid-
eration, the Board instructed the
clerk to write to the owner ask-
ing if he could come to some
agreement with the Waterworks
Department for a standpost in a
central position before they ar-
rived at any decision.

The sale of one lot of land at
Amity Lodge, Christ Church, by
W. N. Alleyne, was approved,

The Report of the Government
Chief Sanitary Inspector, for the
month of February was also
presented to the Board.



Frozen Curreticy
Keeps U.S. Films

From Argentina

NEW YORK, April 26.

An agreement between Argen-
tina and the motion Picture Asso-
ciation of America opening the
important Argentine market to
American moving pictures, will
shortly be reached, according to
the “Variety”, the Entertainment
Trade Journal.

The paper to-day reported that
the conferences at present going
on in Washington between Mr,
Eric Johnston, the M.P.A.A. Presi-
dent, and Dr. Ramon Cereijo, Ar-
gentina’s Treasury Minister, are
close to reaching a solution which
will end the two-year stalemate.

Variety said there was a likeli-
hood that a pact will emerge on
the talks, All the main details
but one have been ironed out with
the expectation that the final
hurdle will be cleared shortly.”

The one big obstacle still re-
maining is an agreement on the
frozen currency, either now
amassed in Argentina or which
will pile up during the five-year
stretch ahead.

Mr. Johnston is asking for wide
latitude in the -use of this money,
while Dr. Cereijo wants the com-
panies to be confined to narrow
limits. Brightening prospects of
agreement follow lengthy discus-
sions which started on Dr, Cer-
eijo’s arrival in this country. Mr.
John McCarthy, head of the MPA
International wing, participated in
the talks until a fortnight ago,
when he flew to Europe.

It is expected that Mr. Stanton
Griffis, U.S. Ambassador to Argen-
tina, and chairman of Paramoynt’s
executive committee, will join in,
now that he has reached the Unit-
ed States on a visit.

For a time, Argentine officials
insisted on a quota of 200

yearly, instead of the 500 to 600

brought in before the dollar short-
age hit the country.

However, it is understood that
Dr. Cereijo reconsidered this
stand in favour of the 75 per cent
“freeze” on future



No dollars have been sent out of
the country in the past two years
Mr. Johnston outlin part
e pa ' KZ foreigr
nanagers ast veek i then |
wernt to Washington for further |
talks with the Argentine Minis-

ters Reuter.

films !

remittances. |

members of

Police Medals

His Excellency yesterday after-
10onN presented Long Service ana
700d Conduct Medals to 28
the Police Force at
Station.
accompanied

district “A’

He was by Mrs.

Savage and his Private Secretary

Sapt, W. Lambert.
At the end of the presentation,
lis Excellency addressed the

athering:

Colonel Michelin, Officers, anc
other ranks of the Police Force,

have congratulated individually
each member of the Force, who
has to-day received at my hand
a symbol! of his long and faithful
service t h sland, but I would
like to say a few words to the

F

orce generaliy




r b Wi se The maintenance of law and
a our ins order rimary duty of any
ie overnment, and the responsibil-

s ~ ity for ensuring this is place
By Five Votes largely in the hands of the ‘Police

Force,

From page 1. You have to perform a_ task

whips entered the Chamber after which at different times requires
final check on attendance figures patience, initiative and courage,

Misunderstanding t
The first resolution nearly
passed without a vote because of

a misunderstanding. When it was
called there was a roar of “Aye”
(yes) from the Labour bench

but the expected shout of “No”

failed to come from the Conserva-

tives. A roar of laughter from
the Government side feminded
them, and they then let: loose

tremendous “No”
After the results had been de-
clared by voting in the division



y .
lobbies, there were loud Govern- or: shine Ravasanean’
ment cheers. mnbddla.-. Séndae | on , dignif .
Attlee with Mr. Herbert Morri bs aernetes 7 me mone —
son, the Deputy Premier, accepted th is i ak ae ree :
cir example, by demonstratin;
the result calmly. Hand: sthoure, tines wae litie b
All nine Liberals voted against W8t they possess qualities whic
z : Nee have enabled them to maintain
the Government on both divi- joer a very ong period—over 18
SHORES eal service to the public
Conservatives, while gratified Which has been characterised by :
that they ran the Government so devoticn to duty, and loyalty t
close to defeat, were probably teir superior:
relieved that they had not pushec I feel that all members
Labour over the precipice, he Force re conscious of
Most Conservatives realised ect of their calling
that it would have been psych endeavour to mait
logically wrong to plunge the idually nd col
country into a fresh genera] ele hi tandard
tion over such an issue as. the discipiing nd ievolion to duty
petrol tax, which rightly ol ich is expected from them.
wrongly is identified with luxury .
Apart from this the prospects Best of Luck
which would have been opened up Again I congratulate those wh«
to the Opposition by a Govern- have received the Long Service
ment defeat were not particularly and Good Conduct Medals to-day
attractive und I wish all embers of the
Mr. Churchill, if obliged to Force the best of good fortune
take over the Government with-
out a fresh election, would have Names of those ho received. medal
been in an even weaker position ee Gi Mantels, -tiemmeeats Bhs
than Mr Attlee B. Robinson and M, Blackett, Polic:
Mr. Emmanuel Shinwell, Brit- able Chandler, F. Husband
ish Defence Minister, was taken Me Clean, S
ill in the House of Commons today â„¢ es: -
just before the budget vote ; :
He stayed for the voting and Wel
was taken home _ immediately sees oe i Ga
afterwards. —Reuter. Annual Band (
“ONE GOOD DEED” een np
_ SYDNEY: Miss E 1 ie Me- °5 YEARS AGO
Cracken, a 31-year-old Sydney (parbades “Advocate”, April 2%
office worker, is on her way to 1925)
Britain. When a visitor from
London, Miss Elizabeth Howard, On Saturday last about 8 a.m
lost her way in Sydney, Miss Mc- gmall blaze occurred at the 1
Cracken gave up her lunch hour dence of Mr. W. Jones, shopkeepé
to guide her to her destination. of Eagle Hall, damaging a part
That was 12 years ago This a kitche 10 10 6 and at
week Miss McCracken received a of trash belongn Walt
reward for her good deed—a first- Hack neighbour
class return ticket in the P. & O It appears that a coal of fire
liner Maloja from the hearth dropped throug
a crevice of the kitchen whic
forms part of the pailing, into tl
ACCOMMODATING trash which blazed. The alarv
BERLIN: A new cinema in Ber- was given by the Police and in
lin’s West End announces: “In the few minutes the Coleridge sectio
back row 30 “love seats’’-—seats of the Fire Brigade under Cap
for two witnovt a dividing arm, T. A. Goddard, Assistant Superi:
and in the middle 50 seats so tendent and Lieyt. K. M. Leighto
adjusted that if you do not like and a squad of Police arrived o
the film you can tilt them back the scene and put out the flam

and go to sleep.”

TO

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Discipline

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Mr. T. B. Hull, Honorary Trade |
Commissioner of the Union of!
South Africa in the West Indies,
was a passenger on the Gascogne !

last night on a visit to St. Lucia.|

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He has gone at the special invi-|
tation by cable from the Adminis- |
trator of St. Lucia to attend a}
meeting of the Legislative Council |
on Monday May 1.

|

This meeting is to commemor- | ceueae. vue.
ate the 25th anniversary of elected | -
representation granted to the Saeriiee * CATARRH
Windward Islands as a result of | ARRHAL ASTHMA

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as to the new constitution. |

Mr. Hull who was then proprie- |
tor of Roseau Sugar Factory and}
Estates and Managing Director of |
Cul de Sac Co., Ltd, St. Lucia |
became the first elected member
of the St. Lucia Legislative Coun-
cil in 1925, the other elected
members being the late T. Gj
Westall and the late George H. W}
Palmer. |

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STAY IN ONE PLACE
sess bt \ IN CARNI ane
ASSIST YOU TO GWARD IT |
BUY A BOTTLE TO-DAY.
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jA_ TONTO. T'M GOING ;
- Brooks Pears (24 Ib tins) .. ts 50
Aust. Sliced Peaches (21% Ib tins) 59
Silver Leaf Apricots (21% th tins) 50 ;
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ae Bec. Pewee 6 ee ; 37
: ce Aust. Tropieal Fruit Salad (24% 1b tins). . 68
i wit p” Trinidad Grape Fruit Hearts (tins) ........ .33 ,
ode Baa? Cocktail Cherpien (hates): «bios ee ecraces $1.32 .53
, - fn P _ ai :
L : Trinidad Orange & Grape Fruit Juice—tins |
" ts Bahamas: Three Bays Temato Juice—tins 2
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J ey pa Jamaica Orange Juice—tins !
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f Lime Juice Cordial (bots.) ............0008
Three Bays Pineapple Juice—tins Sang ein \.0d |S
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Pickles and Sauces Biscuits
Mortons Piccalilli Carrs. Celery F
- (bots.) ‘ Ot Biscuits (tins) .. $141 ’
| Mortons Mixed Carrs Table Wafer .
es Pickles (bots.) 5) Biscuits (4ins) .. Me y
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: . Mortons Gherkins Jacob’s Selected
: BY ALEX RAY /1ONO | (Pickled) bots. 81 Biscuits (tins) .. 203 F
i . Mortons Silver Skin Fullers Shortbread }
Onions (bots.) .. .71 Biscuits (tins) .. 145 7
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Sauce (bots.) 77, 45 tini Crackers
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<, ° ‘risps (tins 1.05
a Canned Condiments a | Crisps (tins) :
ot Maccnocnics Potato Crisps
; Meats & Extracts Tomato Ketchups (tthe). cs os ci ae 1.86
Walls Pork Hensnaes Colman’s Mustard (bots.) . 48 Jacobs Cream
NR cat +s ae (%4 th tins) .... 57 ye % "Cracker Biscuits
Swifts Vienna Mortons Curry Pow- Heinz Indian Cracke! aoe 144
Sausages (4 02. der (bots.) .. 44 Chutney Sl (tins) ...-sser08
fo hae is Me. Mortons Dried Sage
Danish Cocktail Oe Sea 47
Sausages ....... 9c. Mortons Ground
Bea Swifts Veal Loaf Ginger (bots.) 37 “MEAT EP ARTMENT
leet ae YOu GOINS) THE i (63 oz. tims) .... 47e. Mortons Mixed
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Rt /sveear 6 acre! TNO NECKLACE! iS SEARCA HER MS ates 28c. —_ Bovril (bots.) $1.60 .90 ,60 PRIME AUSTRALIAN BEEF, LAMB,
see eae ~ at VENUS! Farne’s Potted Meat Oxo (jars) .... $1.62 .85 ; asses te rr ;
| GMT COME wy { - Assorted (tins) . 20c. Marmite (bots.) 60 32 VEAL, LIVER, TRIPE, OX TAILS.
WE GOTTA Palethorpes Cam- Celery Salt (jars) . 35 , 69e. Ib
ame FAST! — bridge Sausages Cerebos Table Salt Boneless Cod 69c. Ib
(tins) ... . : atc. (tins) cole Danish Salami Sausage $1.28 1b
Wines, Liqueurs, Beers, Stouts » Ham Sausage ..... 956
Heinekens Beer $ .26 Gordon’s Dry Gin 2.50 » Mortadella Sausage $1.00
Vi-Stout .... 30° ~=Booths . ; 51.05
Chambertin 1943 .. 4.50 (House of Lords) 2.50 » Liver Sausage o.5P
Bols Creme de Gilbys Empire Red 1 OR ee
Menthe 4.00 Port Wine .. 2.52 Milk Fed Chickens
Benedictine D.O.M. 5.75 McEwans (Red Ox Tongues
Wincarnis .. 1.38 Label) Beer 26 Se



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FOR RENT

Sun
4.20

Week
$1.00



|

HOUSES
| APARTMENT —one
ven it. Coral Sands, Ww orthing-on-S
Ver and linen, for further pee i
' al 8134 Alma Lashley
—_—.

BUNGALOW, also Flat, ¢

t ‘ , facing sea nu

oud, Hastings, furnished eran ce
: comforts, English baths with heate
showers, telnphones, verandahs. Te}

phone 2949 31.3.50-—-1.£

FLAT

furnished apart







27.4.50—4r



At Bay Manison, fully furnishec
conveniences, from 1

27



FLATS—One (1)





sea St.

Lawrence y fur-
Dial 8357. ek deere

nished. 23.3.50—t.f.n,

at St. John’s Episcopal Church,
at 3 p.m. yesterday. i















CLASSIFIED ADS



particulars

n

50—in

| ue Upstairs with
yesrooms, running water in each One
1) down tairs with 1 bedroom. For
irther particulars dial 3696
PO er 22.4.50—t.f.n
THEAD— “a “large ar
. Greathead, died at sea-on) }yOUSE— One lane se and apart.
T. H to Boston. Funeral took pent on the as Su Lawoenee pak nee

J.T. Pe aes LEA | ss MULLINS’ St. Peter,
; . § a), Availab e immediately till July Ist
Gener) aeaaty — aoa reasonable to careful Ten-
Bios eet Pea se ory ieee Particulars. App y
£6.) B.G. Papers please copy. | Phone 46832402 ea 30
27.4.0 | KL —
———_— -| , RESIDENCE of Mr. P. C. S_ wfaftei
is reautiful imposing buildi ver-
IN MEMORIAM | looking Rockley Bay next ie aia {fa
Poss zs | vended site of Blue Waters Hote! Newly
ever loving memory. < tae ee constructed. Fully furnished erty te
Daughter and istes JE) with linen and cutlery, S*ude’ er
* MAXWELL (nee Cor if required. From May Ist for fou
















), who was called to rest or

six months. For further particular
27th, 1947.
‘of a world of Sorrow,

apply to owner, phone 2787 of 8239 afte
4 p.m.

ot Bo 20.4.50—10n
‘ heaven of Rest i a ien saber Gee Teens
a4 ion have a beautiful Garden, | THE BUNGALOW—Maxwells, Christ
he always chooses the best | Church. 4 Bedrooms, Water, Ligh

to be remembered by _ her, Radio, Telephone, also good seabathine















Mr. & Mrs. George D. East-| For month of May. Apply to Mrs. J. H
— Victor Maxwell (Husband), Wilkinson, Erin Hall, Bishops Court
oe family. 27.4.50—In Hill, ne 26.4, 50—3n.
a { my dear beloved TY
In loving memory o! ‘
C. A. BOYCE, who PUBLIC SALES

asleep on April 27th 1949.
a. precious one from us Is gone | z

5 loved is stilled. ;
aevoice we lingers 'CTION

heart your memory
eae , kind and true
TAnd there is not a day that passeth
That we don't remember you.’

Boyce (wife), Evelyn Sisnett
(aauhters. Dr. Fredreick Boyce (son).

By instructions received I will offer
for sale 0. MONDAY Ist May on the
premises a’ OCK HALL VILLAGE,
ST. THOMAS 10 perches of land with



27.4.5u-tin | & Wall building at present used as a
° club room—which can easily be con-
“Yn remembrance of my dear daughter | cae into a nice residence. TERMS
L PRICE, who died on April 26th | ““*"- ARCHER McKENZIE
i z , q ,
+ 2 God all things worketh for the | Dial 2947. sian
‘ 26.4. 50—5

best.” |

ie

I will offer for sale by Public Com-
petition on FRIDAY 28th. at 2 p.m
at my office VICTORIA STREET, 696¢
square feet of land at BRITTONS
CROSS ROAD, ST. MICHAEL The
land has an excellent view of the
Harbour, For inspection and condi
tions of sale: Apply to R ARCHER
Me KENZIE. Dial 2947,

Relatives and Friends also her
Father Arthur Price.
27.4.50—I1n



FOR SALE

AUTOMOTIVE

——
CAR—Well kept Morris 8 h.p





23.4.50—5n










motor







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,
Roods, 4% Perches or thereabouts

Inspection any day between 10 a.m

@rive—always owner _ ridden,
condition with two extra tyres
: Mr, Archer; Redman & Taylorz
5 21.4.50—Tn
—_—_—_—___-_—_-- + -
CAR—One 1936 Chevrolet Saloon Car

condition. Sate owner
Apply: C. A. Rock. Dial 2838
23.4.50—4n

L 10. Apply to A. S. Husbands REAL ESTATE

‘ Ee isbands *
iy st. fet gare BUNGALOW at Navy Gardens. Stone
: f £7.4.50—3n | eWly constructed. “Three Bedrooms
1 running water. All modern convenien
© Austin 10 Cars 1946—47| “5: Garage, fruit trees, lawns, Archie

Both cars in A-1 condition, | C/@â„¢ke. Phone 4530; 8 to 4p.m

* Hinds, Dear’s Garage, Hastings 27.4, 50—6n
: 23.4.50—3n pone —_————
———- -_- — WE will set up for sale at public
MOTOR CAR—B.S.A. 10 H.P. fluid} COMpetition at our Office No: 17, High





















































































and 12 o'clock noon.
CARS & TRUCKS—At bargain| For further particulars and Condi
many makes ete. Phone 3453, | ons of Sale, apply to the undersigned:-
ll & Edwards. 27.4.50—4n. CATFORD, & CO
. 16.4 .50--'0n
\ “LEIGHT — Situate in Passage
CTRICAL Road, St. Michael, standing’ on 6,87
Marconi 8 Tube Radio 6 V. | Square feet of land.
Set. Condition perfect. Dr. The house is built of stone and con-
Tel. 3085, ‘ 26.4.50—2n | tins gallery, drawing, dining, sitting
| end breakfast rooms, Pantry, kitchen
r W.C. and bath downstairs. 4 bed-
NEOUS ° rooms (2. with running water) upstairs
_. Inspection any day (except Sundays
UM BLOCKS—Keep one handy in| between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m,
Case you cut yourself when shaving—a The above will be set up for sale te
erful astringent. KNIGHTS DRUG] Public Competition at our Office in
ones. 27.4.50—2n/ Lucas Street, Bridgetown on Friday
‘ the 5th May 1950 at 2 p.m.
BABY'S CARRY-COT, English made, CARRINGTON & SEALY
4 size Cream American cloth, padded Solicitors,
and Mattress. As new, $12.00, 23.4.50—12n
; Floor for play-pen, unused, | ~—————— ; . ;
5 : °5.4,50—3n IWELLING HOUSE & BUSINFS
Leacock aa r r res PREMISES, Containing approximatel
COSMETIC BAGS—Ali colours receiv- square feet. No, 69 Roebuc
st the thing to ca our rouge,
Kk & Rae in 4A aah 5 i : substantially erected stonewa
me natin et : building in good comdition comprises
< J Ss [Ss
BMIGHTS DRUG STORES | DOWNSTAIRS. Spacious more. ér
rs ; ~ |store rooms, entrance to garage. Front
CROID 4 ‘kere | 28e: 42’—10". Washing tanks, and man,
en ro CLUE for as meee other facilities, concreted throughout
= Gen Tae eo Ue dos) |. UPSTAIRS. 4 bedrooms, large draw
“14 High s. gency 3.4 506n | nf and dining rooms, toilet and bat!
P 4.90—80 | -oom. Front verandah.
DAIR: : . a Electric light, power and water ar
Y—At oe ee, Nae so installed throughout. Inspection »
Suaranteed sale of 150 pints .5nointment. Phone 2297
daily. For inspection, apply Teddy The at will be set up to publ
Barbad. ae es e above e se Pp k
a os Dairies, Dial 3896 competition at the office of the unde
25.4,50—3n | signed on Friday the 28th., April 19%

2

at

p.m, For further particulars an

POLISHERS—A few Johnson's









Wax Beautiflor Polishers. Dial 3878 mati aieeer BA: FIELD
DaCosta & Co., Ltd. Electrical Dept. | ese © Soltelta
° 22.4.50—6n. James Street
PAINTS—Brandram Henderson
rable Forest Green Sun Proot EVINTON
ONE White and colours, special Situated on Top Rock, Christ Churc)
Dy distempers Paints $6.84 gin. Next to Yeovilton) on roughly Ha!
a mper $3.50 gin. They cre Here. Acre. A delightful new modern Resi
BARNES & Co., Ltd. dence, having three Bedrooms, A larg
25.4.50—12n | jounge, Dining room, modern kitchen
fs Two fully tiled Bath and Toilet. A
BIOLI BULBS - Variety of °4| choice of a fourth bedroom if Loung:
ian yt received from Holland. | becomes Lounge-Dining room. Outside

+ Barrow. Phone 8164—4605.; Two Servants Quarters, Toilet and Bath

21.4.50—-7" | Two Car Garage. Price £4,500 0

$ DRESSES_F, Weddi | nearest. For further peters onply
‘or ings OF| Ralph A, Beard, Hardwoc Alley

— DRESSE3, HATS and‘ prene 4653-8402. 25.4.50—3n

GS. Also a fine assortment of

WS in Taffetas, Polka Dot and| “TRETAWNY—Hastings Main Road

Np sens. MODERN DRESS | yecently reconstructed, 3 bedrooms eac’

St. with running water, all modern con
23.4.50-—3n. | veniences Rent $0.00, hae

Annex new wall building 2 bedroom

I, ‘ ee offer Ton vonnth : water—dining & sitting room

‘allon. ome and get] , emises. Phone

NES & Co., Ltd a ee ee

25.4,50—13n; ”



The undersigned will offer for sale t

publie competition at their office Jame

6: $37.47. 34 x 7: $46.90 Street, Bridgetown on Friday 12th May

» Auto Tyre Co.

sa 1950 at 2 p.m. 1 acre 2 roods 6 2/f

Seen ine perches of land at Maxwell, near Tor

Rock Christ Chureh. This land Wie

iD CHANGERS—Anotner lot of; is on the public road has a frontage
to hand $31.00 er Dial | of 168 feet, and faces the bungalow:

& recently built by Mr. M. L. Harrison
For further particulars and conditions

‘of sale apply to HUTCHINSON & BAN-

Co., Ltd. Electrical

22.4.50—6n



aed RECORD PLAYERS—What! FIELD Solicitors, James Street 7

hare been waiting for $16.60. Dial 27.4.50—8n

+ & ., Ltd. Electrical ———e——eeeeeeeeee
25.4.50—6n. PROPERTY in cross road at Spooners

Hill consisting of double roofed house,
shed and kitchen together with ‘4 acre
of land. Price $2000.00. The above can
be purchased on terms,’ Half of the
‘amount must be paid when purchasing
For further particulars apply to

senuine Land Sand, can be
any part of the island. Con-
Mahon, Belleplaine, St. Andrew.













same.
rrison's Toy Dept. has just prarcy A. Scott, Magazine Lane, or
& shipment of rubber dolls. gia) 3743. 27
is that squeak as well as
Of beautiful marbles at very
. Drop in, wont you’?
2 worth while paying a visit |
aoe IN & Co. T :
27.4.50—3n
- The handy little PORTA.

.

PUFFS — “Betty Lou”. Ovens for use ovet

BLE
a Gas Boiling Ring

it iso fluffy ‘puffs in
ee solours and puffs with long . you have a big oven
‘NIGHTS DRUG STORES. mueyre Museful when you don't

27 .4.50-—2n



j
want to light up a big oven just
| for that individual dish.

ACH lard
y ma? 6. R












design. Length 21 .
ecently overhauled & The Price . e+e 9.88.
nee 8PDly Hugh Walcott “Woodville’ See them at your Gas Show-
_ one 3967. 25.4.50—3r room.





GALVANISED CORRUGATED SHEETS

6’ and 8 X 24 G.
WE HAVE THEM

CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD.
Pier Head & Broad Street











ae

CROWN? CROWN ?















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BARBADOS ADVOCATE







] ;
: ~â„¢ vy rE se
WANTED ; GOVERNMENT NOTICES
———————, | ATTENTION is drawn to the Detence (Control of Drug and
HELP Patent and Proprietary Medicine Prices) Order, 1950, No. 2 which
AN ASSISTANT MISTRESS for will be published in the Official Gazette of Thursday 27th April, 1950.



Alex-
1001 from the September term
Class—singing and. Genera

andra §
©o teach
Subjects.
Salary, on Government Scale,
ing to qualifications and experience
Appl cations stating qualifications ant
experience and subjects offered, «houlk
reach the Headmistress not later tha
May 31st. 21.450.
—— eee
GIRL COUNTER ASSISTANT for ou
Store Apply in person to George (¢
Ward, Druggist and Grocer, St. Law
renee, Christ Church. 21.4.50—&

IMMEDIATELY for at ieast 4 week
TOUSEKEEPER for Kingsley Club
Bathsheba. Applications in ting.

22 .4.50—tn
—_—_—_————

MESSENGER — An _ energetic office
messenger (Male) for usual office work
Must be clean, neat and willing to work
Apply in person with letter of recom-
uendation to The Central Auction Mart
Magazine Lane 26.4.50--2n



accord-







Young Lady for our office Apply by
etter and in person ANFIELT
SCOTT & Co., Ltd 25.4.50—t.f.1



fully furnishea | MISCELLANEOUS



TYPING done at home
C/o Advocate Co
—__—_.

VOOTICrS



25 .4.50—3y





reer te





“£75 easily earned by obtaining order
for private Christmas Caras fre

friends No previous experien:
cessary, Write today for beautiful fre
‘mple Book to Britain’s largest ar
‘emost Publishers; highest commissio
nea-vellous money making opportunity
‘ores, Wiliams & Co., Dept. 10 Victor
‘orks, Preston, Englar” ”

NOTICE

PARISH OF ST. PETER

Wanted by the Poo: ‘aw Guardian
for the Almshouse a fully qualified Nurs
capable of taking charge of Midwifer,
cases

Salary $55.°0 per month

Applicants must present themselves
with Birth Certificate and credentials to
he P.M.O, at his residence ‘Roseville,’
St. Peter on or before April 29th up to
10 a.m,



Signed GS. CORBIN,
Clerk, Poor Law Guardians,
22.4.50-—9n

NOTICE

ALL JOINERS & CABINET MAKERS
are invited to attend a meeting at Com
hermere School Hall on SATURDAY 291}
April 1950 at 9 a.m. when Mr. BRUCE
\LOULDER, Manager of C. F. Harrison’
Furniture Dept. will explain a scheme
tur developing the wood working in
dustry in Barbados as referred to in a



ecent issue of this paper by Mr
Ronald Tree. 25.4.50—4n
—



MALVERN ACADEMY

Edenville
Cheanside
on , Tuesday
pupils will
Ist May at

This school will
2nd May 9.30 ¢
be interviewed
9 a.m

re-open
m New
Monday

on

F. L. MORRIS,

27.4.50—2n

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE





The application of Solomon Jordan
ef Reeves Hill, St. Thomas the holder
of Liquor License No 842 of 1950
ranted in respect of a board and shingle
shop with shedroof attached at §
View, St. James, to remove said Lice



to a board and galvanized shop attach-
ed to a board and shingle house situate
at Reeves Hill, St. Thomas, and to use
it at such last described premises

Dated this 24th day of April 1950

Signed SOLOMON JORDAN
Applicant.
To Police Magistrate

Dist. ‘‘D’

N.B.—This application will be con
sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
on the 8th May, 1950 at 11 o’clock, a.m
it Police Court, District ‘‘D”’

J. R SDWARDS,
ist. “D".
—In




Police Magist







I,.P.S. Typewriting Exam
takes place on Saturday 29th
inst. at the Modern High
School and will be concluded
on Saturday 6th May.

Entries for Book-keeping,
Steno-typing, French, Arith-
metic, etc. closes on Satur-
day 29th April.

Next Shorthand
takes place in July,

Cr BROCK, Bile Bs,

Ojstin Hill,
Ch. Ch.

27.4.50.—I1n,

ORIENTAL %

GOODS !!

CURIOS, JEWELLERY,
BRASSWARE, TEAKWOOD
SANDAL. IVORY, ETC.

THANI BROS.

KASHMERE

Pr. Wm. Hy. Street.
Dial 3466.

Exam,










| New wed Stylish

~ FURNITURE

CEDAR and MAHOGANY



AT MONEY SAVING

Streamlined and other Morris
Suites and separate pieces—Tub
and other caned chairs, Settees
and Rockers—Vanities and Dress-
ing Tables in 40 Designs, sizes,
finishes, some with latest con-
cealed stools, Dining, Office,
Gallery, Lawn and Kitchen
Furaiture

PRICES



e
L. 8S. WILSON
Trafalgar Street

DIAL 4069







IT’S GOOD TO KNOW

s&5&

is Matured Blend: ¢
and Bottled by

SIVART & SAMPSON
LTD.

No wonder
8 out of 10 people say

S & S again

STUART & SAMPSON LTD
























9

Under this Order the
“Humphrey's Specifics”, “Humphrey’

maximum
Witch

retail] selling p s of

Hazel Liquid”,



s





phrey’s Witch Hazel Ointment” and “Dettol” are as follows:-—-

Maximum

Item Unit of Sale Retail

Price

ey’s Specifics aa ..) dottle . ny? .50

. Witch Hazel Ligquid..}|Small sized bot. .56

# si des ++} Medium ,, a .96

* i .* is .. | Large $1.20

” » Ointment. . | Small sized pot 56

a a a Medium ,, Pa .87

Dettol R oe -«] 4-02. bottle .. .52

» ee. oe - -~ 8-02. 97

me “A »s ee os) 1G-0m, ,, $.36

i a a9 +s eet per oz. .08
26th April, 1950. 27.4.50.—2n.



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
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APPLICATIONS are invited for the Headship of St. George's
Girls’ School from teachers with at least 10 years’ teaching experi-
ence. The minimum pfofessional qualification required is the Certifi-
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Salary will be in accordance with the Government Scale for
Head Teachers in a Grade II Elementary School.

Candidates should make application on the appropriate form
which may be obtained from the Department of Education, All appli-
cations must be in the hands of the Director of Education by 6th May,
1950.
24th April, 1950. 27.4.50.—2n.

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Welfare Fund created under the Sugar Industry (Rehabilitation
Price Stabilisation and Welfare) Act 1947.

Candidates must have some knowledge of building construction
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The salary attached to this post is $1,200 per annum. Travelling
expenses entailed in connection with the duties of this appointment
will be paid at rates similar to those paid to Government Officers
under the Travelling Allowance (Amendment) Regulations, 1948.

This post is of a temporary nature, non-pensionable and subject
to termination with one month’s notice on either side.

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Aga Khan’s Palestine
Wins 2,000 Guineas

Breaks Sunstar’s 1913 Record

NEWMARKET, April 26.

THE AGA KHAN’S grey colt “Palestine” today won

the Two Thousand Guineas,
a short head from the Amer
after a photo finish.
of 1 min, 36% secs. broke the

the first of the 1950 classics. by
ican challenger “Prince Simon”

“Masked Light” was third. The time

record for this classic of 1 min

372 secs., set by “Sunstar” in 1913.

The heavily backed “Prince Simon” started a 3

favourite, and coming with a tremendous last minute rally,
almost caught the 4—1 chance “Palestine.” Only the camera

could separate them.

U.K. Pressmen
Impressed
By W.I. Play

LONDON, April 25.

Despite the icy conditions un-
der which the West Indies began
their practice game, _ British
cricket writers were very impress-
ed by the touring team.

Under a three-column heading
“they will shake us when they
unfreeze,” the Daily Graphic
correspondent Roland Allen
wrote: “We saw batting and bowl-
ing which made us look forward
a bit uneasy towards what they
might do to England in the Tests.
This is a team teeming with per-
sonality and a lot of people who



are going to shake us up this
cricket season.”
Alex Bannister in the Daily

Mail said he was surprised tha!
skipper John Goddard risked his
players in such appalling condi-

tions with nothing at stake. “It
was far too cold even for the
weather-hardened English.”

Bannister said there was noth-
ing more pleasing yesterday than
the innings of Ken Trestrail, the
right hand bat who only recently
recovered from measles, “He
moved down the wicket like
quicksilver and is obviously a
batsman of the calibre of Weekes,
Walcott and Worrell.

Brilliant
Another batsman who caught
the eye was the brilliant young-
ster Roy Marshall, of whom

Charles Bray wrote in the Daily
Herald: “he timed the ball per-
fectly, drove with discretion and

generally looked every inch a
class batsman.”

Michael Melford in the Daily
Telegraph paid tribute to the
West Indies flelding: ‘the field-
ing was of the same high stand-
ard shown by the We Incies
predecessors, and their cheerful!
approach to the game will be

quickly appreciated by
throughout the country.”
With a wet ball and frozen
fingers it would be unfair to judge
the bowling but F. Rostron of the
Daily Express noted that fast
bowler Lance Pierre ‘managed t
make ihe ball fly occasionally
—Reuter.

0

Romero Named

No 1. For Crown
WASHINGTON, April 26

Luis Romero, Spanish Bantam
Weight Champion, who beat Brit-
ish title holder Danny O’Sullivar
in London last night for the
European Crown, was named num
ber one logical contender for the

world title in the National Boxing

Association’s quarterly rankings "
issued today. O’Sullivan is numbe1
two and Luis Galvani, of Cuba
number 3,

Vic Toweel, South African a!
British Empire Bantamweight
Champion, who meet World
Champion Manuel Ortiz for tht
title in Johannesburg on May 20
is not included among the N.B.A
list of logical contenders, but
heads the group of “outstanding
boxers” in his class

The N.B.A., who control the
sport in 47 states, consider there
are no logical contenders in the

heavy and welterweight classes, in
which Ezzard Charles and Ray
Robinson are respective cham-
pions,

Among the micdleweights, Dave
Sands, Australian and _ British
Empire Champion, heads the list
of contenders for the crown held
by Jake La Motta. He is followed
by Tiberio Mitri, of Italy, Steve
Belloise, of New York, and
Robert Villemain of France
Laurent Daughille, of France, is
among those in the “outstanding
bexers” for this class.

—Keuter.

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The also heavily backed Masked
Light was favourite until the last
few minutes before the race
ptarted at 7—2, He finished five
lengths behind the American, who
was nosed out of the £13,000
prize by a short head.

Thus the three best backed
horses had, as generally anticipat-
ed, the race to themselves. With
a furlong’ to go, it looked as if the
Aga Khan's grey son of Fair Trial
would win comfortably, as both
Prince Simon and Masked Light
were under pressure, but the
giant American colt, responding
gallantly to the whip of the Royal
jockey Harry Carr, came with a
wonderful rally up the hill to the
post, and was only just beaten.

The American was not well
drawn at the start, having fif-
teenth place of the 19 starters.

Although large parts of Britain
were under snow, the sun was
shining brightly and the ewe
good for the race. The Aga Khan
had previously won the Guineas
twice with Diophon and Bahram.

—Reuler.

Yacht Racing
On Saturday

ON Saturday, the eighth Regatta
of the 1950 Yachting Season, will
be sailed off the Royal Barbados
Yacht Club,



Racing starts at 2.30 p.m., and
other times and handicaps are as
follows:—















Class
Ho. Yacht Startat Flag
B 482 Circe 2 30 Red
D 8 Peter Pan
I 3 Gem IU
I il Calypso 2 31 Yellow
I 8 Skippy 2 32 Red
l s Melody
I 10 Dauntless 2 33 Yellow
D 10 Van Thorndyke
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I 2 Invader
I 6 Eagle Red
nae Dawn
B 48 Fantas)
I Mohawk 2 36 Yellow
ae Rainbow
B 3 War Cloud.
B 7 Moyra Blair
B 8 Rascal a7 Red
D 9 Olive Blossom
9 Okap
I + Coronetta 2.38 Yellow
18 Clytie
or 2 Peggy Nan
D 7 Sinbad 2 39 Red
ey
D 2 Imp
D 3 Rainbird 40 Yellow
i 9 Folly
i Gnat 2 41 Red
aT
‘ 2 Scamp
r Magwir 2 43 Yellow
cee
Gir
6 Resolute 245 Red
B Mischief
1 Astra
4 Hi Ho 2 46 Yellow
( 7 Rogue
Wizard
‘ 10 Gannet 247 Red
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( Ranger 2 49 Yellow
N.B The following date have been
ed for Regattas
oth Regatta--Saturday, 13th May, 1950.
10th Regatta--Wednesday, 24th May, 1950
lith Regatta—Saturday, 3rd June, 1950
12th Regatta—Saturday, 10th June, 1950
Frontenac Cup-—Saturday, 24th June, 1950
H. BLAIR BANNISTER,
Starter
Internati
international

Lawn Tennis
Championships

ROME, April 26.
Jaroslav Drobny, self exiled
Czech, won the Men’s Singles

titles in the Italian International
Lawn Tennis Championships here
to-day, defeating Bill Talbert of
the U.S. 6—4, 6—3, 7—9, 6—2.

Mrs. Annalise Bossi of Italy
won the Women’s Singles, beating
Miss Joan Curry of Britain 6—4
6—2.

Miss Jean Quertier and Mrs
Jean Walker-Smith won the Wo-
men's Doubles title with a 6—2,
§—2 victory over Mrs. Joy Mot-
tram and Miss Curry in the All-
British final.

—Reuter,

Time eels



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W.L. Cricket
“Jubilee
In U.K.”

LONDON

Over 200 people, including some
famous English cricketers led by
Sir Pelham Warner, attended a
party given by the West India
Club in London in honour of the
Wesi Indies cricket team. A. Bur-
ton, the Secretary of the West
India Committee welcoming the
team, said: particularly, we want
to see bright cricket, and I do hope
it will be possible to finish most
of the matches in two and a ha'f
days (aughter).”

Sir Hilton Poynton, represent-
ing Mr. James Griffiths, the Sec-
retary for the Colonies and Mr.
Dugdale, the Minister of Sta‘e
for the Colonies, who were both
kept away unavoidably, welcomed
the team on behalf of the Gov-
ernment and then Mr. Kidney,
the team manager, recalled that
it was the jubilee of th}: Vest
Indies teams’ visits to Britain
which began in 1900, when tne
West India Club raised funds to
bring the first team to Britain.

“That was the birth of West
Indies cricket in Britain.” He said,
“We want to make this a mem-
orable year and the team we have
brought over is one which is
going to play the game for the
game’s sake first of all, and we are
going to satisfy the British pub-
lic because we have got a team
which will go at the bowling and

we have batsmen the British pub-

lic will be pleased with. We have
brought our own sugar (amid
laughter) in case we did not get
any, and that was the gift of a
Barbados merchant. We did bring
some rum from Trinidad and
Barbados, and we hope Sir Hilton
is going to help us get that back
from U.K, customs, who have
seized it and without our having
to pay 29/6d. a bottle.

—B.U.P.



Constantine Plays

—_— Against W.I. Team

LONDON, April 26

Vinoo Mankad, V. S. Hazare,
and A. H. Kardar, the Indian
test cricketers, are named among
fourteen players fram whom
the Indian Gymkhana Eleven
will be chosen to play |

the West Indies cricket tourists |
in a one day match on the Gym-
khana

grounds at Osterley on
Thursday, May 4.

Learie Constantine, former

West Indies all-rounder, and R.

S. Cooper, an Indian from Bom-
bay, who plays cricket for Horn-
sey and Middlesex, are also in-
cluded in the party

The team consists of: C. Master
(Captain), V. S. Hazare, P. Um-
rigar, L. Constantine, A. Ali, O.
N. Singh R. M. Khan, R. S.
Cooper, V. Mankad, A. H. Kar-

dar, D. S. Kumana, T. H. Tip-
thorp, R. N. Singh, and L. D
Chadda

—Reuter.



The Weather

TO-DAY
Sun Rises; 5.44 a.m.
Sun Sets: 6.11 p.m.
Moon (Full) May 2
Lighting: .6.30 p.m.

High Water; 12.25 a.m,
12.09 p.m.
YESTERDAY

Rainfall (Codrington) .02 ins

Total for Month to Yester-
day: .99 ins.

Temperature (Max.) 86.5 °F.

Temperature (Min.) 73.5 °F.

Wind Direction (9 a.m.) E.
by N. (3 pum.) E. by N.

Wind Velocity 19 miles per
hour.

Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.989
(3 pam.) 29,902



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Police Shooting
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The National Rifle Association
will again conduct the Caribbean
Police Forces shooting gompeti fon
this year. The match may be
fired on any day from May Ist
to December 3lst in any colony
entering a team. Each separately
organised police force in the West
Indies, British Guiana, British
Honduras or Bermuda, is entitled
to enter a team. Winners of the
competition last year were the
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Savannah Club

Tennis Tournament

TUESDAY’S RESULT
Mixed Doubles Final
Miss D. Wood and Dr. C. G.
Manning beat Mrs. R. S. Bancroft
and Mc G. Patterson 7—5, 4—6,
765.

The winners of the other events
curing the Tournament were as
follows:—

La.ies’ Singles—Miss D. Wood.

Men's Singles—Dr. i: G.
Manning.
Ladies’ Doubles—Mrs. R. S.

Bancroft and Miss D. Wood.

Men’s Doubles—G. H. Manning
and P. Me G. Patterson.

Mixed Doubles Handicap—Miss
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were defeated by Everton one goal
to love in a fast game of second
Division Football at Queen’s Park |
yesterday evening. The goal was
scored about the middle of the
second half by Olton.

It was a_ keenly contested
match. A try which seemed a
certain goal was made by the
Notre Dame right half near half-
time. He made a low well-judged
try: which* beat the goal-keeper
who’ was rushing forward, but an
Everton full back cleared quickly.







Everton gained their goal after] p

a neat display of combining, which
ended in Olton taking a close
range shot well out of the reach
of the goal -keeper.

During the remainder of the;
game Notre Dame maintained
strong pressure, making try after
try, in an effort to equalize, but
Everton’s defence proved equal to
the occasion

The teams were: .

Notre Dame: Wilkinson, Browne,

Sean, Repent F- at L. ®

Daniel, Branch, eadley, st,

Gill and Archer. ANNUA :
Everton: Boxill, Culpepper, TAG DA

Bteede, Sealy, Hall, Archer, Friday, May 5th

Bishop, Burnett, Murray and Al-
leyne.

W.I. Team Guests

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LONDON, April 26. Y. M. P. C.

The West Indies cricket team.
who have been practising at TO-NIGHT
Eastbourne, will return to Lon- Thursday, April 27th, 1950
don to-morrow, a day earlier
than originally intended, in order At
to be the guests of honour at a 8.00 P.M.
dinner at the Press Club in the an - 2
evening given by the Cricket ee

Writers Club. Lord Simon is to
propose their health, and among
the other speakers will be Lord
Burnham, Neville Cardus, Sir
Pelham Warner, J, H. Nash, the
popular Secretary of Yorkshire
County Cricket Club, and Jack
Kidney, the Manager of the West
Indies team,

The Duke of Edinburgh, who is
President of the MCC, will be
represented by Lieutenant Mi-
chael Parker, R.N., his Equerry,
who recently returned from Mal-
ta bringing with him a special
message from the Duke which
will be read to the West Indies
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| held, About 3,000 strikers
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_ Would Use 20,000 Troops To Keep
World’s Greatest Port Open
: a aowen’s STRIKING DOCKERS today decided to con-

tinue their 17-day old strike after a mass meeting which
decided against a return to work until a ballot has been

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Dock Strike







LONDON, April 26.

attended the meeting, held in

~» Many of them had marched
through the dock area, where 82
Ships lay idle as a result of the

strike, In protest against the ex-
pulsion Of three men from. the
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WASHINGTON, April 26,

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ATTLEE LUNCHES
AT WESTMINSTER

LONDON, April 26.
AN a House of Commons crowded to its utmost
capacity today Britain’s Labour Government
survived two votes of confidence in quick succes.
sion, defeat on either of which would have meant

the end of the present Cabinet.
By a majority of five votes each case the Government
defeated Conservative opposition resolutions protesting

against the tax on petrol of nine pence per gallon and a









ace 90m 3,000 troops and sailor: ecretary of Defence, Louis John- purchase (sales) tax of 334 per cent. on lorries, —
were working 45 ships, unloading n to strengthen America’s de-}~ ° —* Both measures were included in
ot vital foodstuffs. neces ay {the budget presented by Chancel-
| : the KC p > iy .
mC IALCOTT HAS A COLD ‘ Another 1,000 men had joinec the additional funds, Attlee Gets ot ae eee
ade pin the strike today, bringing the : ld Congress that the ' b ge aegeeee f the votes
(Barbados Advoca’ ent) {total to 14,400 — more than hall } ttomic explosion had : . basen (Os eden “nenatal of
) LONDON, April 26. {the port labour force, So ewhat in advance of the reat lrg few alates side of the
It was confirmed this morning! The London Dock Labour Board 1 oe . nticipated © Hou e er Jer's ostled for space
hat Roy Marshall believed yes-|was meeting today. Observers us caused a complete Y - r Imost
hap ; : ; J \ m of defence pl: ei 2 ‘ i er nd mos
Merday to be suffering from in-| thought it might issue a “go-back- th the Ur il eaen ing eee ee pp iC 4 perched each other’s knees as
nza had contracted measles. or-be-fired” ultimation North At nen ~ nd the ! reeted their eye
7 : $4503 * }4VOr Uantic a ; :
q He -has been removed to an British Government leaders tina! | Beside: 5 DUMBARTON, Apr ( One member, Mr. F, A. Burden,
PB wolation hospital at Eastbourne| night showed their determination | sion : In the Gener | Conservative, arrived on crutches
and eee to arti J. z Kid-}to use more than 20,000 troops if | creases 1 ter e. }Comm t candidat t i his leg when run-
, Vis to be there for) necessary to break the London yey : ation a “None votes. Tt was expected tl the uvisOn tats
Ba disappointment for Mak —. strike comdemned by BROAD STREET, not every day : but only a few days avo. | eT ppy prospect enc ( ! ( _the Sox mi
whose 20th birthday was iene « ay eet: inspired. | 4 ci eens | tens DI ; e drawn lo
terday is that he will not only |. 5 went ahead to bring in the | King Oueen + eee \ on aps 0. quick
seeing the F.A. Cup Final at| first 1,000 airmen tomorrow to joir 9 \ Poles Ex pel rz aR sf Was ed 7 on nase v6 HAG Urmiy x : k bed duts
Wembley on Saturday but also|™ore than 3,000 soldiers and naval] | ~ I yj” | E A is Loe, + co a ¢ a R Parliamet
he will have little chance re ene at the idle docks, and] | Cele yrate 2 7th ose Y eee re “Haxtio
bw of opposing Stollmeyer and/|Similar daily reinforcements were} | Brit 3/; ( re 1 > f ee ture ele aa
mae for the position of opening/xpected to give the Government] | Anniversary isn sOrre sponc Cn Pyle Fe ee ch i . nd a
an for the first county gamelan emergency labour force ap-] | . igi 6en7 % sofaleinae bentenar | ‘ e the grim,
A ° be ba 4 ‘ ‘ ! u efe | Darl ‘ i >
gainst Worcester on May 6. proaching 10,000 men by the week- LONDON, Apri Guilty of l nobjective Reportin og”? lso mentione ens¢ f people wh
| Bad weather again prevented end. The King a1 ue i & he ‘ : i ; an admin
West Indies team practising/ If the striking dockers remain quietl aberate 2 inti ir theriek et, valance
his morning and instead they] out, the Government is rea iy t eddins wnniversal mm CUpTennpup ; ‘i , ei natic id ; MW . :
ent by coach to see Beachy-| double that number « f servicem Wednesday r MI. CHRISTOPHER CHANCE! YR, Ge I er | Buls eterior: ‘ Carefree
tad, famous Sussex landmark. |to see that the nation vets its food} sian Rae : Reuters ied the followin t t ; Dr ‘ t ¢
Pierre, both of whom} APRS Sie ADIS TE EaTe The : < c Oe 0 ‘
faleott and ’ and that the world’s yvreatest port to Buckingham P neent Buist tho has Das e x !
colds stayed at the hotel ek : Buckinghan 1 ulst, Who ha ) Reuters ( respond- |
Steed went to Newmarket to is sal yaad sales ‘ges lodge ue ‘ e past two years in Warsav rrived Londo Sovie nat j A
; : z -rnment appointed} | London, (C.P.) ft eres » Rant "y : ? CAPAUSION a ement ut
_the Two Thousand Guineas National Dock. Lab Boat mat il g ordered by the Polish Fore lir i 0 \ reased Soviet pressures Ge ecniitien of 1ueth*
(By Cable) to review the situatio ) ht a - | 4 on account of unobjective report Tile y re otra ttac I VV nent Afterwards
. but refused to issue an immediate| ° buist was given until April 24 ‘ Varsaw.|oant @ ne Baltic a ‘ Straight Fight Ir Attlee to a
phe se Buenos Aires| we eke sp gil kesh ae So Sehr ts
4 | atement Reuter. uenos AL eS i he last British Corresp ) ar neutes i ay : ight Bee oo ee
P : : ‘American Correspondents still rer \ { result net a ; +s
ae ° | I sishiitiadhaalia ; — 1
_ Worst April In | a Talks Will Be | {2x nem ees :
30 Y. ordan Short } == ae room ti! | 20,567 eae
ears ree i 1 the Polis mae" F’rpanee ‘ 3 | (Conservative), 20 lone flied, Gos
( T f | * oreigt istry noy4 hee ants |‘ ambe ypidly filled, Govern-
| Cireuits U.N. Plan | § l | poe vy a8 | Majorit, mepber eiey. Sek ae
LONDON, April 26. | e UuUCCeSS ul rtd Window [| aplene : he ge of “un- s < Os edn, er { and | Ippo ae : whips did ;
Britai n's worst (Apt snow- LONDON, April 26. b d HT i er a porns wenn rs riendshi ) eatl of Labou Ley Redines ee mise » = if that Hinse
m.in more than 30 years Diplomatic quarters in London; Sq s Argentine Am assador ||| «ane anniek to we ee or a ere 5 CXPUSION OFGe F McKinlay, ae : -
1 é arters r | game, sch@duled to tak lace at ake ’ ane + sibs . \ ay were efaulters when a*divi-
i = a to rail and road| considered to-day that Jordan’s y 9g A | censington th Aarioen, he ee bi i d ts i ver on pub- i ern Labour arrow vict lo “ oul ~ Suge aac
bsport in London and _ the} annexation of parts of Arab-Pal , otige fp | ped im the Times on March 18 t , c Mic Me tone 41 i
F é arts of Arab-Pal- f ; Y ( her ust before the critic resolu-
ounding countries early to-| estine pecupied by the Arab Le- LONDON, April 26. || Se ne ae {| of ee TRROr Ree Ue Ceres OL Mite lany wattiae. ‘Vilena cok the) leit wae ee th
i : . ieee mn sr A successful conclusion to the ‘irth, a British subject sentenced oem wane Ses ar. oF ‘
; gion had short circuited United] , . | ‘ N ame ’ ject sentencec ARIS / | put e news of the Govern
sthousands of early traveiiers| Nations plans to internationalise| “ade negotiations nov pee | vom ture a {| CAKES “VeRs : sonment fox Fret i ee At F | ale the saedibcaathbies
® the capital were delayed| Jerusalem gress between the Argentine and | f ( | protectir German \ an} c a ' ii r hobert | F A
i . ah . cade +p rad 4") Schuman sa t A ¢ a broug!
nen freak _ winter-in-spring} Observers believe that partition] Pttain at Buenos Aires prae keer’ artan-E ‘ friend and a Pole coe a , | er by Lab
I oe ice clogged railway| of the city is now a fact and its} Uicted - mee oon soa nis : ake |} “The versior f Mr. Buist’s alt pg: In um Whitely
KS, felled trees and telegraph] future decided BASSROOR Ut Leen Sere oe ae f $ |Report publishe n the Times], ce tt ' i iate roar
: ¢ aed, ene as Ae t ot i l ne Ps mie , Din 7 There was an immediate roar
es blocked roads. The incorporation of the Old| ‘St official meeting with the press. || W hort sut f F ail a ae heering from Government
ondon aeway centres were; City of Jerusalem, occupied by Don Carlos Hogan declared that} ke : BEC a ent hia aay nee benches which was renewed later
unable to sort out the] Jordan troops, was understood tt he was almost certain vhat the} ummary giving simply the 4 whe Food Minister Maurice
nedules caused by breakdown} be implicated in the move egotiation 10W n vr e verdict, the sentence ar ~s Webb announced ‘yes, the Gov
; d isolation of stations, With eur-| One development now obvious- would, as in the past between, th c ae ‘Gs ws fact that \ Firt eres er mment won by 293."
i morning temperates «wn to) ly made probable was the incor-] .wo countries. reach a satisfactory Division , incommunicado by the Poli 7 EF ito I
eezing point, “Wy rowan au-| poration of, the Jewish-controlled/ conclusion } M.C.A, beat Fortre ; lthorities since May last ‘ ; r¢ Labour Pat
e. mposed heavy power] Jerusalem New City in the State] “The Ars n in eco-} ) | ep ~ Emr te: roposed Ss ‘ | the fit, ex-
‘ : . Sa i in stat e Argentine position in ecu | The news servi nt lr “er | n yu u » ©x
is throughout England. of Israel. aomic matters is simply to ask fo1 i x ——————S— | Bui fren Wat Ste f the wn eace | n the Chamber redched
—Reuter. —Reuter. fair and reciprocal treatment R 7 shana ay pias one e I the ger ed « | i ' } Mr. Attlee
Brivain has always been a fal uSssian as . es ee only Eu b } INO SENSE OF HUMOUR ‘ r. *{ hill slumped. inte
——-— : jective suist SENSE O JI J
] negotiator in the past. I do not sian Le ads eens Le oe aan : , SI ) Rs
a. ° hink she will stop being fair now.” | ‘ on a ere cver.y First of all , ILLINOI Ne ed any emoti
Trinidad Couneil Ss : eaker Senor Hogan said he would con- in Chess I ourney | xperience Nas ‘ he}, ae | ly. mpeete
tac’ members of the government | us “ | futility of making off rote Rela i ; hrst’ it
} z in London in an effort to mov BUDAPEST, April 25 in th cases The ri | 3 oe when
4 eaves For En land n complementary direction t Izak Bolesiavsky (Russia vay} OFT statement t { rely | cy : 01 iti
he negotiavions in Buenos Aires,|leading in the Budapest W< }on record the fact t) vir. B 112. Ee R< an 1} @ On page 5
’ Vill e “ by " ilthou h the technical Andi fitees Championship at half time| enjoys the ull enn deine “ I
WM Discuss New Orders For Council | :vecic ducstions woud continue todey with 6 pointe Kors tan om mente. Ie basuge the saa
to be handled by delegation | second ve and half $ TRanisa re | BY ue’ 4
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7 [ n the Argentine capital Stalberg (Sweden) sronstei 7 ia.
MR. WILLIAM SAVARY, Speaker-Designate of the @ On page 3 fakery ts ma ig! vo i gun ht sai belon il in
. . ° s > > 9 aX said) tr i > IO. t Cac ‘ t f € y ti |
ot seinidad Legislative Council, left Barbados last night Kotoy (Russia) scorkd the onis Lebanon Will Grant E
n his way to England on the S.S. “Gascogne” to discuss and victory tonight defeatir > sei at | Close Co-operation
4 aft new standing orders for the Council. B ° compatriot Flohr I ort Facilities V
Pa _ Hi it : ; ew epu 1¢ were raw and furthe; j T j
s ie arrived here earlier in the adjourned Reuter. | ~ Arrow aRKe ‘ , ’ |
: US. Will Launch afternoon intransit from Trinidad P ; le . d At S! nuina nd. the es of North Ame
| and was accompanie” by his ‘wife roclaime BILLY BROWN REUNION A1ABS, Apri os [ice We eee
D Slip} sey kla Leban- | i h 4
ocket Next Month . K.O'S BRAZILIAN ee dene cae Leben |e ees
In Indonesia CSE oreign Minister at present] State rlicipa
PORT HUENEME. Cal., JACKSONVILLE, Fla., April 26.] Visiting Argentina as gu eae ; ne : :
April 26. taal wie Chico Pacheco, of Brazil, was] "0MOUr of this countr :
The | Seaplane tender “Norton DJAKARI A, April re beaten on technical knock« pisses comkerence yé \;
ia’. converted into a floating A group of “local leaders” have|in the sixth round of his bout} -@Panon villing {
“ving ground. was leaving to- roclaimed ne here deat ni with Billy Brown,| #¢D"na free port faci
for the launching of a 50 public of the South Moluc New Haven, Connecticut Beyruth for distril
% rocket next month at a se- The Moluccas are mit Pashana foe ere needing | Sertine products throughout tt |
Spot in mid-Pacific to aid by East Indonesia ate cre ning. minis = 1 eee NCeMNE! Middle East. He confirms that |
we ray research. the Dutch in 1946. Frigcti 7 pounds, scaled 106 pounds.! talks were proceedin etweer ‘
avy scientists, said to-day arisen between E I —Reuter. the two countries to regularise A1 { ember
Tocket may reach the highes leaders and the | “aw ¥entine exports of grair eat, | f f )
3 ghest a , }
litude yet attained by any mis- Diakarta ove lan ( ( ) ALI BABA IN NEON vool and hides in exchange fe ope ut if
launched. in equatorial areas, ate the territory into the Republic.} NEW YORK: On the first clear] Lebanese fruits silk
ees instruments are carried | Rebels led by Captain Andi’ "ight Broadwayites will see the} o : :
rocket’s nose to record re- Abdul Azis, 26, revolted in Macas-, Ultimate in the art of Dougla who has bet | | id IT’S
ch data, which is relayed to sar, capital of East Indonesia, on Leigh, a Young man who has made] feted duriz nis visit Bueno. is he har
orton Sound” by automa- April 5. The Republic sent troops fortune d ing fabulous sky-| Aires and who decorate Peron ;
radio transmitters for study einforrements’ to . the igns. His new invention, mountec| and Senora Peron th the Le- The ' ; ‘ '
destroyer was accompanying | Azis later surrendered 1 an airship which will cruise} banese Order of Merit lepart-| .emain to Gert ( BOUND
me “Norton Sound” above the ¢ Ali Baba trav-} ing air on Saturday to Brazil aoe Yin ee-loving natior
—Reuter. The South Moluceas are group} elling on his magic carpet It is] from where e will go to Spain| “4, Schun dded We
= jof islands east of the Celeb ill done by electric bulbs—-12,000] where he will sign treat f f wi
| ov th bead ; ; ‘ \ : teadfastly pursue ir poli
ROCKE 'which formed province withi f them. An ill vertise friendship with Spat econciliation with Gert | ro
ie GOES |East Indonesia new. TV set pilnataneappnceitiiennit sear: t the same 1 1e We nn Ke
60 MILES UP It ineludes Ambon, Serang,| _— un eens. te. he dictated. by
. 3 , sei, and Banda, The} r ‘ —Re
m Mr. WILLIAM SAVARY oe See te oe mene 1 1. so Ht INGARIAN ag pressure o1 a Reuter
PASO, Texas, April 26 esis dak de Sed it â„¢ Go
An tase ADEM -...| Mr, Savary told the “Advocate”|uhvtu, acting head of the province .
Aerobee rocket fired yester- yesterday that Trinidad’s new con- |of South Moluccas W j 9 Arrested I or
si the White Sands proving stitution expe ted t me into/ shal, Vice--Presi t ¢ NN; ’ : . o.@
tht New Mexico, attained 4! force towards the end of the yea:!Moluceas’ Coun is » di ¥ R ; vy) Le
of 60 miles and a speed or), th ncil j é m A Dut \ ik pre a ing umours DOWN OY
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PICTURED HERE, is Mrs. Rosamund Wright, the Lady who lives
on Guiana Island off the northeast coast of Antigua and owns a
group of about a dozen other smaller islands nearby.
was taken in the grounds of the Hotel Windsor shortly before she
left the hotel to board the “Gascogne”
will be in England for about six months and will then be returning

to her island home,

IS Excellency the Governo:

and Mrs. Savage, accom-
panied by Capt. W. Lampert
visited and inspected the Lazar-

etto yesterday morning.
Arriving Saturday
IR GEORGE SEEL, K.C.MG.
the new Comptroller for
Development and Welfare*in the
West Indies and also British Co-
Chairman of the Caribbean Com-

mission will be arriving from
England by the “Golfito” on
Saturday. Also due to arrive on

Barbados are:-
Mrs. E, C. Asheshov,

the “Golfito” for
Miss T. E. Archer,





Miss W. H. L. Bascom, Lt,-Commander O
Brocklebank, Mr, R, J. H. Bull, Miss
K. M. Molloy, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Nichill
and two children, Mr. L, A, Pinard, Mr
A. J. C. Pomeroy, Mrs. M. T, Pomero3
Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Pratt, Mrs. E. M
Robinson, Mr. H. B. Schofield, Mr. and
Mrs. R. T. Siladdir Miss E. M. Sladd
Masten A. J. R. Sladdin, Miss B. V
Strong, Revd. R. R. Wi r and Mr, a
Mrs. L. C. Warren

Away For Six Months

ADY VIOLET STOW, wh
live Highgate Upper
Collymore Rock left yesterday by
the “Gascogne” to ix
months with her i
England.

She tell e that her
Administrato! Ww t ‘
will also be going En d
shortly with his wife and son an
will join her in England, She ll

be-returning to Barbad t the

end of her holiday

Been in W.I. Since 1947
R. AND Mrs. E. S. Chamber
who have been in Barbad

since October 1947, first ame to
the West Indies in May 1947
when they arrived in Trinidad to
isit their son Dr, David Chamber
and his family,

They came to spend a short

holi iay here but liked it so much

at Kent Houst

that they took a flat
with

and have been here ever since,
periodical visits to Trinidad.

They are off to England for six
months” holiday and afterwards
intend -to return to Barbados
Their son, Dr. Chambers is quite
well kndéwn here, during the wal
he was in the Fleet Air Arm
Trinidad visiting here leave
and he was also in Barbados last
year on a shooting team

4th

on

~ BY THE WAY

SKED about the ban on Irish
éréam Charlie Suet said
yesterday: “Our aim 18 to prevent
anybody enjoying anything until
everybody can enjoy it Asked
about oysters and champagne
Suet said: “That's different.

Asked= if he would ban such
things as fire-eating, violin-mak
ing and poloplaying, Suet said
“In a true democracy everyone
or no one would eat fire, make
violins, and play polo, Otherwise
you would have disgruntled
people saying, ‘Why should | he
make violins?’ ‘Why shouldn't J
swallow swords or fire?’ ‘W ho
ever asks my dad to play polo?

In Passing
LETTER-WRITER asks in 4
morning-paper why, out of

a hundred people he met on hi
way to work, not one had a care
free look A moment’s thought

should have told him that an ugly

rumour that the Zoo bear was s ill
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of girls, with pencils 5, ,arefool, maniger, ho yes.” S¢
utograph book the girls retreated, and Rizamu
rushed the seesaw | night, “Ho, ghan said A eep of blon bom
what i thi id Kazbulah. shles is as a zworm of blewbot
Wun poarte Ho, we tuls. Orkografs leeds to orkomo
think yore porle¢ nin is wheels. We give no prezints, n
nerval Ush, brother aid yes
Ashura These nes is of want
ing to skitch hus for the Okki Tail prece
dimy Said Ri an Per- | the first time in literary
haps they be a key r rarshuns history the book made fron
it No sossigies , purls of the film made from the book
delite, nor no fishenships.” The made from the film made from
girls giggled < held out the the book made from the film ol
autogr aph books They be poob- “Dynamite In Her Heart” will be
lishers’ laydies,” said Kazbulah serialised in this column
— iaimaniaenginindat aN a eR ee
Undie
we Nighties .
lace-trimmed

they expect to be here until Ma

6th. Mr. Winston Manager of |
the Government Fruit Packing and ,
Dominica. |

is

Marketing Depot in
They are staying at Super Maré
Worthing

After Two Weeks

FTER two weeks’ holiday a

the Ocean View Hotel, Mr
and Mrs. C. Fletcher returned to
Brifish Guiana on Tuesday by
B.W.LA., where Mr. Fletcher is
Director of Personnel in the
Demerara Bauxite Co. in. Mac
Kenzie

From B.C. to Miami
By Bus

RS. JANE MONRUFET
Barbados

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arrived in
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Star’, from Nassau lives in Van- While the perennial argument imitation _half-burnt _cigarett tes
couver, British Columbia. She continues as to whether women and a third trimmed with a
travelled from Vancouver to] dress to please themselves, annoy child’s toy rabbit, a good on}
Miami by bus which took ter other women, or to attract men, of the spectators sighed eet y
days, then from Miami to Nassau there is no doubt at all that, as and averted their eyes. But the
; 2
by air. far as their hats are concerne milliner reports that they are
"she is enjoying her Barbados many women just want to attract ling well! On the re re
é :
j i mi ing to see tha I Across
holiday immensely and every day |,attention. When a London :il- aie om are full of smart] 1 ana 7 Pct Short _ notes.
she visits some new place of in- liner showed a series of Sprin 1d pleasing models which wi ilk (4-4-7) 8. This is silly. (6)
terest on -the island. ‘Mrs. | hats recently which included one , jg attraction to a pretty face an J ne used to be the boy friend,
< . “Tes . racentin c 7 a: ee : j .
Monrufet is keen on writing poetry | creation representing a monster . ften an aging one; and buyers) 10. Alternative pox to a painter, (@)
and has written the following nest full of fluffy yellow chic sort that these, too, are sellinu| }4 Se hon {E cows (3)
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little poem about pecweaen— another which was draped isfactorily . | 14. Produces a pure tear. (8)
BARBADOS eer ets * - - — -— —--——-— | 15. Part of the bow. (6)
A tiny island where the balmy breeze | 17. Three letters the fleet keeps Up
: : ay | peve. (i
This picture sey jhe a jewel on the ocean's heavins nepeet and the Dra on Pill 28 18 a emant uepealivins (4)
breast, Ss ) Ss. {
i Where stately palm trees wave thei ) Earnest money confirming a bar-
en route to England. She graceful arms, gain that made Anne reply, (4-6)
In welcome to the folks who come to rest 21 Ancient British chief that would
make any nag ponder. (9)
Tis here that flying fish play Down
d white ed waves rollin’ on silv
The Chambers’ are looking for- ae oy Ma i alpha ciahared G. twuehandied Roman vase. (6
ward to seeing the West Indian Here hatures glorious power holds sway 2 Sc ih pleasure, (8) transp
cricket team in action and have UP! by. work’of human hands sh. (8) |
promised Skipper John Goddard At end of day the setting sun | | Sone e got What was
and Mr. Clairmonte. to look them Goes down in colors seen by none, | 5 Doubters usually say. it must be
(4)

should here,
great master

Except he
up when they arrive For

Were Here for the Winter

M* AND Mrs. Adam
who have

been spending

some artist paints the

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Johnston, linger here

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winter in Barbados with their :
daughter Mrs snley Edghill left When’e you pass this way On seeing the smoke ibe attendant ang » are now Ddowing politely.
Jaug Mrs. Stanle; ighi ft This tiny isle of sugar cane, od startles Rupert by p veoh igt the dish ‘*! hear that the young dragon ts
for the Briti isles yesterday by May be i'll guess? It has a name ine ‘° ri :
ron Pe vets a avienlin and the food, and by dashing away trying to get to you, says the aged
the Gascogne’, They were 55a) JM 41 top speed Finding he no man, ‘You must possess very
ing with Mr Mrs. Stanley longer a prisoner the litthke bear powerful nagic , strange story
Edghill at St, Lawrence follows autiously. In a few must have been trt ** Of course
i On the Way minutes he tor the it’s Wy ries Rupert * And
Latest News of earned old man, umaze there’s no agic. The young
HE LATEST news of Miss O* THE high seas bound tor ment the others being dragon likes me That's all!”
Daphne I. Rocheford, one of Barbados, is a coloured movie
the most recent epartures to film showing a wedding ceremony URYPTOOU as :
Englar e has joined the Mr. Ian Hazell, a former resident ‘. x w-—.icre’s how to work It:
nursing ff the North Stafford- of St. Vincent and Barbados, is int YD L B AAXR
ire R Infirmary ending pictures of his wedding Cosa 15th *s LONGFELLOW
t . “ Tl : 4 e letter simply stan
r to his mother, who was unable to de ale ae wis OF In this example A i
W i Visit B.LF. go to England for the ceremony ae the three X for the two O’s, hint naa gorse
| iD te an" Collins His bride, formerly Miss Sheila mn a the length and formation of the words are all os “4
M eae 7 41S Crarner, of Norfolk, wore a 100- sach day the code letters are different ints,
leit on the “Gascogne” 14st year-old lace veil sent from ea
i t t roul \ gland Ih y » , — ‘
night en ( k 4 - ; Barbados. A Cryptogram Quotation
expect to be away for abour four Mrs. Hazell is at present living VH H W
: ; I . aze S 3 WBR i i
nonths and while t 10 jin St. Vincent so very probably on aR WRHD WYDSM CNL
England, they hope to visit the grrival, the film will be forward- ZGDZNLCH?—1HWYBLR
British Industries F ed to her there. re BLR
They will also t g over 0! Yesterday's Cryptoquote: THY PEOPLE SHALI
. 4 : 1 . Th ’ sepaeiee i ef ‘ Ih - pr
a visit to Europe. Mr. ¢ ae Teaching Art PLE, AND THEY GOD MY GOD--RUTH \LL BE MY PEO-
Director f Messr R. M. Jone Mi ,
F . “i TE P ‘IS an artist ol] ~
hee of Ltd ARNER FRANCIS
Ret ‘ +S J Antigua has been appointed) }
eturning on Friday to teach art in their Elementary
R. BO GREEN of Jfnter- gchools. TO-NIGHT AT 8.30
f ‘ q 'DA’ LUPINO—PAUL HENRIED--O
} Sain clin Tac alt Francis has exhibited many ACS eNeTpo HAVILLAND
for B.G B.W.LA. pictures in Barbados, his most . in F
nd expect I k lay. famous being “The Gambler DEVOTION
Bab he ei : 4 A WARNER BROS. PICTURE
the | f 1949 Quick Thinking Commencing Friday 26th
.e BUD ABB ‘OSTELL:
“Off. to B. G. D* CHARLES and family from SRROre le COSTELLO
} OHN )N t t ;
M“ F a Antigua are on their way \ KEEP "EM FLYING
Office of the firit cl 2 "TU
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ae. sR ras se ; the Leeward } oat. In view of the existing dock ae
TRL ATU ue a ” m” OD gtrike in Antigua they were for-
Sunday mornin eft ¢ uesday .
, . ate in having their heavy ‘ ?
tunate A & G LOBE

by B.W.LA, for British Gul

Still in Barbados

ana luggage shipped to Montserrat ,

where it was transferred to the |

M* GERARD WINSTON who steamer.
arrived from Dominica via
St. Lucia nearly two weeks ago
for the Civil Service Conference
till in Barbados, He was the
Dominica repre tative. His wife
joined him here or Sunday ir
riving on the “Lady Nelson and





by the failure of a Hollywook “Hit is some buks of the mau.
star to secure a divorce, tested al Said Ashura, “It is contraks
but the strongest or the most cal hartikkuls erbout poliertiks
lous If you see little knots of Said Rizamughan, “Stay! They
people in the streets nodding then wis h hus to wrote letters to thim
heads gravely, or sobbing un- A manager explaine d what wa
ashan diy, you may be sure that \ anted “Orkografs?’

there is some dreadful news of “Boot can these

an animal or an actress there hoan names?

do
what

We

so

hours?
names,
hours?

Rout of Blonde
Bombshells

BEVY

B.G. Beauty Queen
ISS Sheila Conliffe British
lis ’ Guiana’s Beauty Queen of
ar- 1949 arrived from B.G. on Tuesday

4 or a short holiday in Barbados
By Beachcomber

said Ashura
not rite dow!
What yuze i
not ine there
wawnt they o
We think it is so we shul
Wwe

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B qquRSpAY. APRIL

| AGAINST U.S. ARMS

AGEN, April 25.
; ¢ small but

a isation of
organs:

4 _ in whi North Se

me. 4; Esbjerg. The demonstra
») was a minor

out incident.

p second
4 "

Â¥

a

on urging all worker:
other peace loving people

murderous arms” in the por

rion

n newspaper.

nh

them.

sessful dockers’ strike over th

of the arms. —Reuter.

Communism
hreatens Greece’s

. Security



the debate on the new
Government’s policy in

j der
“declared that Russia’s
in the Balkans should
before Greece seeks
relations

with Yugo-

"%
! former Premier,
ed the new coalition for
ency towards rebels, while
ism was “still threatening
security and integrity”.
ed that the Populists
ote against the Govern-
the vote of confidence
tomorrow .

—Reuter.



LONDON, April 26.

ding in most sections of
n’s stock exchange was re-
to a minimum with deal-
waiting the outcome of to-
critieal Parliamentary di-
on the pea Kingdom's

a

proposals,
London dock strike was an
onal restraining influence.
Hing industrials were quietly
med however and some
were to be seen in
viest electrical issues. Tex-
were oecasionally a few
better On small provincial
te their initial firmness
qd were included follow-
alk concerning the possibil-
fresh financing by the
Electricity Authority. Pro-
ting in selected rubber sures
ed some of previous gains.
Open quietly firm
labour troubles in
watersrand area, during
demonstrations created
M Uncertainty and prices
Marked slightly easier fol-
the appearance of small
orders,

b

F —-Reuter.

; “a
ontreal Gets

z : e .

» Archbishop
ROME, April 26
Paul-Leger, Rector of the
nh College in Rome, was
Y Consecrated Archbishop of

in the Church of St.
of few Angels here.

em moment came
Cardinal Adeodato Piazza,
of the Sacred Consis-
Congregation, laid his hands
‘ad of the new Arch-
Symbolic transfer of

opal authority inherited
. Peter,

—Reuter.
———

ES FOR BELGRADE

_ ATHENS, April 26.
Crit Sehovic, Yugoslav
® D’Affaires in Greece, lef

ay for Belgrade for
Y consultations with his
msnent after talks with

time Minister Genera

‘ after the four years’
between their countries.
a Foreign Office
h he had not receivec
ou ee — his
‘Oo give him after his
with General Plastyra:
Palaty's debate ~ or
» Right Populist anc
Democ Tats — represented
intin Tsaldaris and Johr
- hon oy daca reserv<
rochement wit!
Reuter.

—!

'
‘tos Aires Talks

ll Be Successful

®. From page i.
‘nether the Argentine
wed to favour bulk
wethods, the ambassador
oe anny” it has shown
: So far, and enabled
ta Cnt to offer to the
with ees Which provide
the ter standards of
an they have ever on-

Â¥ tiogan will
. © the Kj
Palace at

present his
Mg at Buck-
Midday on

Hogan disclosed that be-
seertun from Buenas

“ent Peron had told

ce W as ntere +

Ox rae “erested in
anges Of teachers and}

No etween the

ust

fi two: couns-|
ed xed programme hail

~-Reuter

ee ee ge

active
Party, has begug its
un. against the unloading of
Denmark. First

one and passed

nd when the Communist
Be td Boceers Union passed

le to
jemn the unloading of “Ameri-
Officials of the}

our bridges when we come
”

tically placid Denmark
has been no large scale
es for some three years. Few
+t the Communists to stage a

“ATHENS, April 25. |

today, Populist Party |
Constantin
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MR. D. D. GARNER’S

among a number of which the Senior Member for St. Phil

gave notice in the House of
_ The address covered a wide
field and included scholarships
for girls at Queen’s College, seat-
ing accommodation for visiters
the House of Assembly and the
teaching of negro history in
schools

Some of these read:

Negro History

The House of Assembly are con-
vinced of the necessity for the
teaching of African or Negro his-
tory in the Secondary and the
Public Elementary Schools
throughout this Island, particular-
ly in view of the large preponder-
ance of persons of African or
Mixed African decent in this com-
munity

2. The House are also of the
opinion that the systems of age-
grouping and superannuation that
have been tried for the past few
years in the schools of this island
have not proven beneficial to the
vast majority of children attend-

ing such schools. The House ac-
cordingly recommend that the
abolition of both age-grouping

and superannuation be made effec-
tive in this Island at the earliest
possible date,

3. The House request that His
Excellency shall take appropriate
action for the purpose of adding
African or Negro History as afore-
said to the curricula of the schools
as abovementioned; as well as to
take the necessary steps for the
abolition of age-grouping and
superannuation without any un-
necessary delay.

Reformatory School

The House of Assembly beg to
point out to His Excellency the
Governor the crying need in this
Island for a public institution to
receive, educate and take care of
girls and boys who are either
orphans or have no one to take
care of them but who have com-
mitted no criminal offence.

2. The House of Assembly re-
quests that His Excellency shall
transmit to the Legislature, as
soon as possible, a Bill to amend
the Reformatory and Industrial
School Act 1890 (1890-16), so that
provision will thereby be made for
reception into the said Reforma-
tory School for children such as
have been mentioned in paragraph
one above, and who have been
recommended thereto having com-
mitted no criminal offence.

The House of Assembly respect-
fully begs to draw to the attention
of Your Excellency the inadequate
seating accommodation for Visitors
to the House of Assembly Cham-
ber and pray that Your Excellency
will take the necessary steps to
improve the seating capacity,

Land Authority

The House is of opinion that in
order permanently to put an end
to the inequitable distribution of
land, in this island, where fully
2/3 of the cultivable acreage is
owned and controlled by a hand-
ful of sugar plantations, in order
to assist in the creation of new
land owners, to ensure that a
wider number of people share in
the profits derived from agricul-
ture, to facilitate the utilization of
land for the best public benefit
under efficient and economic pro-
duction plans to assist in enabling
agricultural workers to acquire
parcels of land on which to erect
their homes, and to take all action
leading to the most scientific
economic and efficient enjoyment
of land by the people of Berbacyt
that legislation should be enacte

for the purpose of: —

1, Limiting or prohibiting the
holding, on, oan
management or acquisition of |
in excess of 500 acres by individ+
uals or companies of any sort
whatsoever. }

2. Creating a land authority,
which shall haye certain defined
powers. }

3. Defining and_ establishing
proportional-profit farms.

4. Providing for the protection
of ail real property of the Auth-
ority from levy and sale by virtue
ef an execution, such provision
not to apply to or limit the rights

}of bondholders or mortgage hold-

ers to foreclose or otherwise én-
force any mortgage of the Auth-
ority

5. Appropriating from general

jrevenue the sum of £300,000 for

the Land Authority

The House respectfully request
that legislation to give effect to
the proposal set out above be sent



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Back In The House

“Back to Africa” Address was
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Assembly on Tuesday.

jue to the Legislature at the
earliest possible date.
Industrialization

The House of Assembly is of the
considered opinion that, as, for ob-
vious reasons, private capital can-
not be expected to embark upon
new major industrial enterprises,
the Government should take the
lead in a programme of industri-
alization for Barbados.
_ 2. For this purpose, the House
is of opinion that the sum of
£100,000 should be appropriated
from general revenue for the es-
tablishment of the Barbados De-
velopment Co., which shall be
authorised to conduct research and
experimentation, make plans and
designs, acquire, operate, and im-
proye industrial and commercial
enterprises; to make loans and to
discover and develop to the full-
est possible extent the human and
economic resources of the island,
form and hold interests in sub-
sidiary corporations and enter-
prises; to accept grants, borrow
money and issue bonds on such
terms and conditions as it may
decide.

3. The House respectfully request
that legislation for this, and for
similar purposes, be sent down to
the legislature.

The House respectfully request
that (1) The Highways Commis-
sloners of the various parishes be
given the financial assistance to
enable them to give back pay to
their employees on the same basis
as that paid to similar employees
of the Department of Highways
and Trahsport.

(2) Watchmen employed by the
Department of Highways and
Transport be paid their additional
salary scale assessed on the maxi-
mum number of working hours,

The House of Assembly is of the
opinion that in consequence of the
increase in the Old Age Pension,
the lowering of the qualifying age
to 68, and the raising of the means
test, there should be an increase
in the remuneration of Payment
to Enquiry Officers.

The House is of the opinion that
Scholarships should again be pro-
vided for girls from the primary
schools of the Island to Queen’s
College.

2, The House requests that His
Excellency would send down legis-
lation to give effect to this proposal

The House is of the opinion
that in order to promote the general
welfare of the community and to
ensure the organisation and de-
velopment of a healthy 7nd unified
publie opinion, steps should be
taken at an early date with a view
to the removal of colour barriers
or any sort of rac‘al discrimina-
tion which exists in this colony.

2. The House is in complete
agreement with the suggestion
made in a recent issue of the
London Times that Colonial Offi-
cials should in future be forbidde:
to belong to clubs which impose a
colour bar,

3. The House respectfully re-
quest that legislation be introduce
designed to prohibit Colonial Office
Officials from obtaining member-
Bhip in, or from participation tc
any extent whatsoever in the acti-
vities of hétels, clubs, associations
or social or recreational centres of
any sort which maintain racial
discrimination in any form.

“Back to Africa”

1, The House of Assembly has
the honour to draw to the atten-
tion of His Excellency the Gov-
ernor the fact that there are in
this Island, a considerable number
of people of African descent.

2. Amongst the abovementioned |
persons are a considerable num-
ber who are at present unem-
ployed and for whom there is no
hope of employme::t in the near
future in Barbados.

3. The forefathers of many of
these people were brought against
their will to the West Indies, and
to this Island, seen: their homes{
land, the’ continent of Africa.)
Their ancestors possessed a great
tradition and a culture of their



own. Away from their homeland,|
the impact of European civilisa-/
tion has tended to affect and influ-:|
ence the minds and cultur> of}
descendants of these original}

4. The House would also dr: w|
laves

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to the attention of You: Excellency
that the British Imperialist Gov-
ernment, in consequence of:—

(a) Its geographical position,
its area, its deticiency in natural
resources.

(b) Its avowed policy of keep-
ing Great Britain tree trom any
appreciable number of persons of
African descent enjoying the same
political, industrial, military, social

and economic advantages as those
extended” to other European
people.

(c) Its irrevocable policy of
keeping Mother Africa as a re-
serve for obtaining raw materials
for her factories in Great Bri-
ain, and the cruel exploitation of
the African natives, in order to
maintain adequate living stand-
ards for her citizens at home.

(d) Its demoralising
and unfair treatment
African natives in
that enacted for and
to British and other
workers on African soil

(e) Its high-handed game of
double-dealing diplomacy in
handling all Negroes at home and
abroad and the rigid maintenance
of an Iron Curtain between Afri-
cans on the Continent and their
brothers scattered all over the
West Indies, the North American
Continent and Asia.

(f) The calamitous neglect
which it has exhibited as a
Metropolitan country and Colonial
power; its only aim being for-
ever to subjugate the Africans
at home and their descendants
abroad to the role of hewers ol
wood and drawers of water, or in
a different role to be her lackeys
and stooges, thereby perpetuating

laws
the
contrast to
meted out
European

ol

her racial ideology of “white
supremacy,”

(g) Its illegal and highly
questionable acquisition, and
control of vast areas of African

territory, the utilisation of which

is detrimental to the rightful
owners (the Natives), who are
deprived of a proper stake in

their country, true and adequate
representation in their parlia
ments, and are treated in-
feriors in their own country, and
are not afforded the professedly
democratic right of majority rule,

(h) Its rigid, unethical and
sinister suppression of the Negro
Press which is endeavouring to
create Negro unity, Negro solid-
arity, Negro nationalism, Negro
self-help and ultimately the real-
ity of a highly social, commercial,
agricultural, industrial education-
al, cultural and prosperous homo-

as

geneous nation, progressively
governed by Negro statesmen of

the United States of Socialist

Africa,
(i) Its failure to recompense
Negro workers, soldiers and sail-
ors for their services, loyalty and
and people in times of war.
(j) Its mal-administration

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peace pact

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can, Rightwing Socialists, and
“the treacherous Tito clique’
among aggressors, and claimed
that “only the mighty
Union” was carying out

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policy.
aibspdiiiieetemenaiiieeiiattansnisine habia aati eas
its negro subjects, of which there
are over three sundred mill |
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proclaiming

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wardness, meanwhile urely |
most purposefully romising |
inem the moon al ( em j
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into a state of lethar

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people into a false sense feel
ing, of security, thereby

mining their manhood |
structing them from uti
their adequate share fo world }
civilisation, has demonstrated }
itself to be unworthy to be en

trusted with the continued sover-|
elgnty and control of hun
millions of liberty-lovin
of African descent,

5. The House of Assemb
desires, in the interest of rest |
ing to their homeland such re i- |
dents in this Colony would |
seek to return to their African
motherland, and to relieve
problem of the
tion of this Island, that
effort be made by the local
ernment to return to the
Continent, as many
Negro origin in this co
desire to go back to tl
nent, and request that
cellency will transmit
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in Senator James Kem
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Thursday, April 27, 1950



Strain

TWO months have passed since the
Labour Party were re-elected to the Gov-
ernment of Britain. The majority which
they then obtained was so slim that politi-
cal forecasters have, with good reason, been
predicting the imminent end of Labour’s
tenure of office.

That the end has not yet coime has been
due to the strenuous efforts which have
been made to ensure that members are on
call at all times during sitting of the House
and even in spite of their efforts the Gov-
ernment has been defeated although not on
an important issue.

The greatest threat to the Government’s
existence came in the opposition challenge
to the Budget. Conservatives and Liberals
lined up to give the Government's leaders
their most anxious moments to date. In a
crowded House, Labour secured a majority
of five, A general election has been post-
poned and Labour continues in its uneagy
tenure of office.

Such a condition of affairs cannot give a
strong Government prepared to undertake
a vigorous policy. The Labour Party is a
gathering of many persons whose political
opinions vary from true Liberals to Com-
munist fellow travellers. Any split in the
party would ensure a Government defeat.

Ali indications point to the fact that the
moderate wing of the Labour Party as rep-
resented by Attlee and Morrison are now
in control and the stormy Aneurin Bevan
is still at his old post as Minister of Health.
Any crisis in economic or foreign affairs
may well precipitate a crisis within the
ranks of Labour itself and in so doing bring
about the defeat of the Government and a

new election,

In the meantime the strain upon Members
of Parliament and more particularly upon
Government Ministers is severe. They have
to deal with the great pressure of work
necessitated by Britain’s economic position
and the hazards of foreign policy. They have
to be in instant attendance to stave off

defeat on a snap division.

The most important question that occu-
pies the minds of politicians is the possible
result of another appeal to the country, The
Conservatives cannot envy Labour’s posi-
tion with so small a majority and unless
they have reason to believe that they can
win with a working majority it is improb-
able that they will force the overthrow of
the Government,

Prime Minister Attlee, it is safe to assume
will only seek a dissolution if his advisers
ean predict a reversal in the trend por-
trayed by the elections of February so that
Labour’s majority will ensure a greater
degree of sec urity

Until such time as the political pundits
can foresee some decisive turn in public
opinion Labour can be expected to remain
in power, pursuing a policy of consolida-
tion of past gains rather than proposing
any further dramatic changes in British
society or economy. The Conservatives will
continue their present policy of attacking
at every opportunity and both parties will
assiduously court the favour of the electors
in every word and deed.

OUR READERS SAY:

To The Editor, The Advocate,
SIR,—I am well aware of the
history of the Empire Theatre.
Interest in theatrical productions
when that theatre was projected
was not as widespread in this
island as it is to-day, nor were

there a comparable number of
amateur theatrical productions.
I well remember an excellent

session at the Olympic Theatre
given by the Glossop-Harris
Company, with Frank Cellier
playing the leading roles and an
excellent supporting cast. Shake-
speare, Sheridan, as well as
dramas such as “The Second Mrs.









Tanqueray”, and farce like “A It may well be that it will take to any grant made by the Council. enough fish on their hands .., the world, would whole heartedly mess—reveals a masterpie {
little Bit of Fluff” were played. some years to raise a sufficiently It was kind of Mr. Wood to public is still against fish.” repudiate your Sports Writer's test team ‘building ‘thal yaak : :
Sometimes it was possible to pur- large fund for the purpose, yet enlighten me on the requirements approach. Neither Woodful nor is diametrically 2 ro “- C8)
chase a seat on the actual day the project should be viewed at of the British Council before it One wonders whether Cod and Bradman would agree with this Coppin’s, behind which I a ;
of the performance. In the much the start as a long term one. makes any grant. This I already Haddock could be exported here theory. detect an element = | feats ms i} vn :
larger Empire Theatre, recent knew. The Council is, quite prop- at economic prices? compatible with conan ean ICE CREAM
amateur productions have been Let Mr. Wood start his “Paper perly, hesitant to make any grant FISH EATER. The Australian theory and Why rest--Mr. C sppin’s saa
sold out in advance of the day Fund” if he considers that it is until certain requirements are practice is that you should start Gomez. Rae. W a ” ‘ay a C TE
of performance. On the last the best method of procedure. A fulfilled, I never implied that the Soft Cricket building your next team from the A te ere a se Weekes? CHOCOLATE STRAWBERRY
night of “High Tyme” more than properly constituted committee British Council wasted its funds, opening g when the captain ness, as Bradmz r a eae ee ae { and = VANILLA FLAVOURS
100 per ‘ turned away with a treasurer would, I think, if that is the meanin ttached To The Editor. The Advocate. lects wi e believe ; , eee eee oe a me a
office attract more subscribers whether Mr. Wood's we they don’t dish SIR.— You te n T icceed it n ust 1X 4 le. per pk.
o nterest in the aper’ or otherwise. There i out money for the , ‘ ‘ rs v tar m aa rose to he 1}}
ue to a number be the feeling that the job had NEVILLE CONNELI written in this ne aper on th e te a GC rm Capen Te
i tio begun if Mr. Wood is wt Museum House ricket strategy th West ; ce co er ha i at GODDARDS.
excellent work of ried his first ibscriber, I Garrison, Indies team can be only of aca- “ if a the Sun-
Cor e continu- will undertake that 26.4.50 demic interest So that when I is {f Mr. Coppm {



ity of productions by the Bridge-
town Players and a more general
distribution of wealth.

Let us assume that Mr. Wood's
hypothesis is
other funds will be forthcoming
but the profits of the Bridgetown
Players and the Barbados Dra-
matic Club, and that it will take
50 years to accumulate enough to
build a theatre—better a theatre
in 50 years than none. But, Mr.
Wood’s hypothesis is not correct.
The inhabitants of this island are
not so utterly devoid of public
spirit that none of them will sub-
scribe to a fund for a new theatre.

BARBADOS

ADVOCATE

-ENOUGHY |

WHAT is there in these Iron
Curtain countries which makes
ordinary non-political* citizens

give up their life’s work, their
homes, their savings, and flee
abroad?

Again and again on my travels
I meet these Iron Curtain refugees
in the new homes and new jobs
they have found for themselves.

And as often as not these new
homes and new jobs are as un-
congenial and as unsuitable as
they could possibly be.

In the torrid heat of Central
Brazil I found a skilled Polish
textile worker from Lodz break-
ing stones. In an up-country town
of Australia I met a young lawyer
who had fied from Budapest
sweeping out the office of the local
electricity manager. I could give
dozens of other examples.

Why do they flee?

I asked the question again last
night as I sat in the warm elegance
of a London club, a decanter of
Beychevelle '43 in front of me.
This time I got an answer. For
sharing the claret with me was
Frantisek, (For reasons which will
become obvious as you read on [
am not going to give you his full
name.)

The last time Frantisek and I
had talked together he was sitting
at a desk in one of Bratislava’s
Communist-run State departments
where he held a key job by virtue
of his expert technical and
administrative knowledge.

The escape rush had just begun,
and I remember saying to him in
not. very delicate jest: “I look
forward to seeing you in London.”
I smiled as I said it. But he did
not smile back. “I lope not,” he
said, very gravely.

Yet here he was now. He had
left his beautiful home outside
Bratislava, left the big industrial
concern which he had helped to
build up and over which he had
continued to rule, both when the
Nazis occupied Czechoslovakia
and when it was nationalised by
the Communists,

Starting Again

And here he was now in Lon-
don, looking for a job, forced at
the age of 43 to start again.

“I did not want to leave,” he
said. “The workers trusted me.
The men in my concern relied on
me to see them through this, as
I had seen them through the
Nazi occupation. I felt it was my
managerial duty to them to do
so. No, I did not want to go.”

But one thing piled on top of
another The breaking point
came when at one and the same
time pressure on him from his
Communist bosses to join the

THE NEWS THEY HIDE
FROM STALIN |

There are no experts on the
Soviet Union,” a distinguished

foreign correspondent has said.
“only varying degrees of ignor-
ance.”

It is because the pubic know so
little about the higher command
in Communist Russia that any

book which casts a glimmer of
light on the Kremlin is eagerly
read for a clue to the riddle:

Peace or war?

Moscow Mission 1946—1949
(Heinemann, 15s.) sheds more
than a glimmer on Russian policy
and Russian leaders. For General
Bedell Smith, Eisenhower's war-
time Chief of Staff, is a shrewd
observer who had the benefit of
coaching from the top-flight
American authorities on Russia
when he was appointed Mr. Tru-
| man’s Ambassador to Stalin.

} Perhaps the most important con-
clusion which General Smith
reached after his three years in
Moscow was that there is no truth
in the widely held and possibly
dangerous misconception that
while other Soviet leaders, such
as Molotov and Vishinsky, may
be difficult and hostile,
“basically reasonable.”

He has come to this view after
bitter experience of Stalin as a

negotiator,
At the end of his first interview

the Russian leader told him: “We
should not be alarmed or appre-
hensive because of differences of
which

opinion and arguments
occur in families and even be-
tween brothers, because, i
patience and good will, these dif-
ferences could be reconciled.”

| Stalin's Ability

When he left, without any fare-
well interview, the Berlin block-

ade was in full swing.

What led General Smith to this
In the first place it is
tremendously

conclusion?
clear that he was \
impressed by Stalin's own ability

“The sequence and length of his



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with

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party became irresistible, and
orders were given him in his offi-
cial capacity at the department
which he felt he could not carry
out and retain his self-respect.

The Communists wanted him
to plan a reorganisation of his
old concern which meant that a
substantial number of its best
and most experienced workers
would be sent to the mines.

Rather than submit Frantisek
decided to go.

The overriding reason behind
this decision, however, was his
reluctant conviction that the
Nazi and the Communist occupa-
tions had been too much for
Czechoslovakia.

The spirit of ner people was
broken. No one trusted anyone.
Everyone suspected everyone
else’s motives. The old national
solidarity had vanished.

No longer would Czechs or
Slovaks work together to pull the
kind of tricks with which they
had duped the Nazis. Ilis fight
had no prospect of success. He
gave me an instance.

After their coup d’état the
Communists stopped the pension
of a veteran employee of the con-
cern. The pension was the old
man’s sole source of income.

He Wouldn‘t

Frantisek suggested to the firm's
lawyer that they should fiddle an
arrangement by which the old
man was ostensibly paid a sum in
compensation for the nationalisa-
tion of some of his property which
had been taken over by the con-
cern,

“It was quite an easy one to
pull,” said Frantisek, as we sipped
our claret. “Under the Nazis
our lawyer would have done it
like a shot. But now he was
afraid. He would not play.”

The odd thing, however, is that
Frantisek gave me quite a lot of
evidence that the Communist
Party—even some of its inner-
most committees—the police, the
Civil Service and the Cabinet
itself are riddled, with men who
secretly work against the régime.

They do so either because they
are anti-Communist Czech
patriots or because they foresee
the possible eclipse of the Com-
munist Party and are anxious to
keep a retreat open for them-
selves.

Frantisek told me of a Minister
who was privy to, his intention to
escape, who frankly admitted his
shame at having to serve the
interests of his masters.

A Czech policeman, raiding the
house of one of Frantisek’s

iby Charles Wintour

remarks,” he said of his first in-
terview, “made me feel that either
he has a remarkable memory and
great power of concentration, or
that the points which would be
raised had been anticipated.”

Secondly, he stresses that Stalin
won power “by the simple and
direct tactic of exterminating the
Opposition.” Everyone on the
Politburo is thus a Stalinist, and
Stalin is not only their chairman
but “so far above all of his con-
temporaries that it is impossible
to compare any of them with
him.”

° °
Deliberate Deceit
Finaily, General Smith consid-

ers that when comparisons are
made between what Stalin has
said to foreigners and what he has
said to his own people in the basic
literature of the Communist Party,
in which their programme is
clearly spelled out, “it is impossi-
ble to avoid the conclusion that the
Generalissimo is capable of con-
tradicting himself and even, on
oceasion, of deliberately deceiving
his auditor.”

It must be said that some of the
evidence which is presented in
this book supports the other view.

Surely it is odd that Stalin never
talked to General Smith without
Molotov’s being present, appar-
ently as a watchdog to see that
Stalin kept within the bounds of
officially approved policy.

Again, when General Smith,
with representatives of Britain
and France, were discussing the
Berlin dispute with Stalin and
Molotov, Stalin suddenly asked:

TODAY'S THOUGHT
The first idea of method
is a progressive transition
from one step to another
in any course.
—Coleridge.







friends who had escaped, seemed
to me a particularly good example
that the Czechs have not lost the
technique of wily sabotage.

‘Send It Away

During the search of the house
this policeman roared and raved
against the escapee. He was par-
ticularly indignant when the
cook spoke up for her departed
master.

A. few days later the same
policeman secretly called on the
cook, warned her that a squad

THE MAN WHO 8 ADD SiALNoD NOT HIDE HIS |

official reports issued after important war-
time conferences are coming out.

waste.

shal Lord (“Jumbo”) Wilson of Libya, who =
was there and has written about it ins his |
memoirs, Eight Years Overseas, published by
Hutchinson today. |








THURSDAY, APRIL, 9

D. Vv. SCOTT: TO-DAY’S sprr:;
& CO.,LTD. ' at the COLON

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nstance, much good copy evidently went to 260,

Some of it has been rescued by Field-Mar-

USEFUL HOUSENO

‘BELOVED’ LEADER









of Comnmusioty werercomnins Wwe) is was partieularty intepesied ia Salis. REQUISITES |
master’s property for the State. did not expect to find the “be joved: Spvsc
He urged her to send away to aj leader so openly fearful of assassination in
safe place a few of his more his .
; i is own country, eee
PrThe policeman’s storming and} He records that when Stalin left his villa SCALES and MEASURES |
his threats apparently had = to visit Churchill, all traffic was turned off the BROOMS and BRUSHES
tale, putpoee of Snciee Oe map eee, and the: guardisat Ge chat KETTLES, SAUCEPANS and FRYPANS
escapee, so that he might talk in}doubled. eis WIRE DISH COVERS a
safety. When shaking hands with members of the BOWLS, BASINS, PAILS I
The cook did as she was bidden, | visiting staffs, he looked, not at the man whose GLASSWARE and CHINAWARE
ent gut her Oe lee pana he'held, but af the man of whose hand POLISHES and CLEANSERS
But—such is lite in Czechoslo-| he had just let go. 3 ivadi WOOD STOVES and OIL STOVES '
vakia to-day—even now she and| There was a ludicrous scene in the Livadia
the escaped man’s friends who are| palace, after the business of the group pho-
hiding it for, him. cannot Be Sue! tographs Was Over. 7
not a trap. 1 : ai (
The workers’ militia has be- BULGING POCKETS 7 WILKINSON & HAYNES CO., LTD.,, Suce ;
come of doubtful iieewordiinens. “When Stalin got up to move sore the "
Frantisek had gather infor-| eonference room), “he was immediately sur- 4 ¢
— pe ne DOr How rounded by five or six broad-backed officers < 5. PITCHER & Coe LT ¢
arts oO he co rr : : ’ ate, in
Same of these men would| wearing what appeared like colonel’s badges, Dial: 4473 :-: 4687. a ‘
actually fire if it came to the]dressed in breeches, their pockets bulging EN
point?” he would ask. A typical) with automatics. ————_ paca ——= Bae

answer was: “Out of 120 militia
men at our works four or five at
most.”

side whose pants had been torn off him; in

Poorer .. Poorer ..

The truth is that Czechoslovakia
is being bled by the Russians.
They are taking from the

Czechs all the best-quality goods| «ountries that belonged to non-belligerent or

which they used to export to
the West. In return they are
giving thern materials and pro-
ducts which they could acquire
more advantageously elsewhere.

Why Frantisek himself had left
was clear. But it was not until
we were heving our second glass

r he Z the answer, . ; m ' Romary’s Ginger Bake Buscuits
co Pose cubed oe of other tHe discord between Vichy and Free French | Peer GN cies cncrsssisceey 84
escapes. in Syria, the Egyptians, uncertain attitude, Romary's Parmesticks per tin

“The rnass of the people are j
unchanged,” said Frantisek sud-~-
denly, “They go on as before, But;
it is different for anyone who!
stands out individually. They get
cut down.”

Yes, I can understand that.
Better to break stones in Goyana
or’sweep out an office in Benalla
than always have to keep your
head down,—L.E.S.



“Would you like to settle the mat-
ter to-night?”

He Was Optimistic

General Smith himself falls
back on well worn quotations from
Lenin to the effect that a clash be-
tween the capitalist and Commun-
ist systems is inevitable.

He admits frankly that at first
he took a more optimistic view
than the State Department of the
possibilities of long term collabo-
ration with Russia. Three years
later he cautiously put forward
the view that only “distance neces-
sity,- patience, firmness and the
united. strength of the West” might
enable the prolongation of a pre-
earious and uncertain peace.

His record which is as plain-
spoken and direct as one would
expect from this distinguished
soldier, is thus largely a story of
growing disillusionment. It is
doubtful whether any other man
would have done much better in
that key position, but even so one
may doubt the wisdom of the
American habit of giving such
posts to military men. (General
Smith was succeeded by an
admiral).

General Smith spent his three
years in Moscow learning what a
career diplomat should have
knowu before he packed his bags.

There is much to be said for the
trained diplomat. After all, the
negotiations leading up to the
Molotov-Ribbentrop pact were
preceded by months of the most
delicate diplomatic feelers and
counter moves,

A trained diplomat, however,
would not have written this valu-
able book. It is badly constructed,
frequently repetitious, flatly writ-
ten in Pentagon English and occa-
sionally trivial.

But it does reveal how one in-
telligent American learned the
truth about Russia.

—L.E.S.

Faxin
I Will Be The First Subscriber

correct that no

Council, in
role.

Council should

clearly to
“Advocate” of





Had Mr. Wood read my letter
with more care,
noticed that I wrote “The British
Council has toc long been regara-
ed as a benevolent milch cow. . .”
I did not imply that the British
fact,
It has too often been sug-
gested in the past that the British

projects without any
that the interested body or pet-

the



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he would have

performs this

000) was unsold

trawlers came
stone, including

put up funds for
indication

sons are trying to help them- dock.
selves. Mr. Wood's essumption
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leader in the

April 19, and not



To The Editor, The Advocate?

SIR,—Enough fish to give every
Barbadian 27) Ibs. each (that is
counting the population at 200,-

English seaport on April 20 when

cod fish and 13,000 stone of had-

Shortage take up the ar
Mr. Coppin will
do so only from
of discussing an

I disagree wit
at Fleetwood, an
in with 84,000 the first game
56,000 stone of
the second, and

ers like Rae, Worrell and Gomez
should be rested.
personal disagreement is the fact
the Australians,

of the Fleetwood
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us they have

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shed on some obscure theatres of the war.
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“Their huddle round Stalin reminded one
of that of a football team around one of their tl

ithat manner he was escorted into the con-
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den of Mr. Coppiia's argumeni—
that the selection of the team for

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These Delight,

His problems were peculiar and little un-
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DISCORD



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General De Gaulle’s grudging co-operation,



,olitical chaos in Greece, the Mihailovich-
Tito feud—all these led to incidents now
described fully for the first time.

Wilson had been advised by one authority
that the Vichy French in Syria could be “per-
suaded” to stop resisting after a little face-
eaving fighting.

Instead of that, the Free French were
“oreeted with a blast of invective followed, in
some cases, by bullets.”

The Free French, at the start, made good |
progress, but their headquarters, on the first |
night, in the most conspicuous house in a
village, “by the cars assembled round it,
looked more like a wedding party.” The place |
was bombed.

MINISTRY CRITICISED

Wilson is very contemptuous of the work
of our Ministry of Information in America, |

On his appointment to Washington in 1945);
as Chief of the British Forces Staff Mission |
he says: “I was astonished at finding public-
ity in the States concerning what we hac
done, and were doing, in the war, in such a|
deplorable state.”

It was not known, for instance. that we |
even had a warship in the Pacific, although we
had a British task foree engaged in the Okin-
awa operations.—L.ES. pea

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in White Only
Does Stalin Know The Story Of :

The Ambassador's Chickens ? SIZES 14 TO 17

IS Stalin aware of the incredible proliferation of
bureaucracy which made General Smith’s attempt
to buy a few chickens to increase the Embassy egg
ration such a farcical obstacle race?

General Smith hails from Indiana and is used to
a healthy breakfast, and so, when he found his
egg ration reduced to a third of an egg a day, he
decided to keep a few chickens in the Embassy
garden.

First he got in touch with “Burobin,” the Admin-
istration for Service for the Diplorhatic Corps.
Burobin, of course, could only pass this request to

he Russian Ministry of Agriculture.

After prolonged delays the Ministry passed the
request, and asked for a representative to call at
the Ministry. ,

The Ambassador went himself, followed by a car-
load of security police. At the Ministry he picked
up an official and another carload of security men.

They arrived at an experimental poultry farm,
called literally a “Factory for raising up of birds”
where they were greeted by the director and several
senior members of his staff. They were given a
conducted tour of the farm and a large lunch
washed down by champagne.

Finally they bought 24 hens of the British White
Leghorn strain said to be the best layers in Russia.

So it took weeks of negotiation followed by a
minor State visit, to put through a deal designed
to improve the Ambassador's breakfast.







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gument made in field. J. H. Fingleton, in “Brightly
fades the Don” stresses at length |’
the sounduess of this approach
That a weaker side could win the
opening game is quite beside the
point. It would never occur ‘
an Australian captain to begin a
tour with an experimental side
And that view’ has nothing {x
do with financial considerations
as Mr. Coppin suggests; its con-
siderations are quite other. A tes:
side does not grow naturally, nor
is a matter of chance. A close
study of Bradman’'s strategy

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qHURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1

950



15,000 Pounds

' Of Fish

ROM APRIL 20 to Apri] 25,
: F 15,042 pounds of fish
ssed the Public Mar-
ket. i e.. made up of
5,094 Ibs. of dying fish, 2,242 Ibs.
ot dolphin, 390 lbs. of king fish
1,084 Ibs. of bill fish, 4,853 ibs. of
shark, 800 lbs. of albacore, and
579 Ibs. of bonito.
best ‘geareoed ers oe
when 2, oO
joo Tuesday 20 Ibs. of dolphin,
S aie. of king fish, 135 lbs. of
~ pill fish, 2,290 Ibs. of shark, 265
- jhs. of albacore and 240 lbs. of
4 ponito, were brought in.
- One fisherman told the Advo-
that they are still catching a
good quantity of flying fish and
they expect this to keep for a few
weeks. He said that in
some instances they have encoun-
tered some very light breezes but
always the sea has been fairly
= the other hand a butcher
said that with the large catches
of fish, and the arrival of corned
beef and salted fish, he is finding i-
pard to sell his beef in the market
He said that recently very few
cows are being butchered because
are selling most Argentine
and Australian meat.

OME RESIDENTS of St. Lucy
S travelled long distances last
night to hear the Police Band
Concert at the St. Lucy Alms-

eI Many were surprised by the
electric colour-lighting = equip-
ment which the Band carried
and installed. This was the
first time they had seen colour-
lighting in that district.
People came from Checker Hall,
. Benthams, Allendale, Spring Hall,
‘and many other districts to hear
the Band . Some walked while
others came in cars, The audi-
ence also consisted of many
tients from the Infirmary.
~ A few residents told the Advo-
cate last night that they are anx-
awaiting the occasion
when it is possible for these con-
certs to become a weekly feature.
They said that it is like a treat
for them to hear the Police Band.
A few said that on other occasions
; listen to the Band whep it
jg scheduled to play at Pia
Corner.
PRIDGETOWN ENJOYED one
of its coolest days yester-
The temperature was 84
fahrenheit in the shade
and a light wind blew throughout
‘the day. It was the most pleasant
) day of the week.
WO CANE FIRES occurred on
Z Tuesday. The first broke
' out at Lancaster Plantation, St
' James, at about 10.30 am, and
destroyed six and a half acres of
second cjop ripe canes and four
and a half acres of third crop
ripe canes.
They are the property of Mr
J. H. Wilkinson and were all in-






The second fire broke out at
Waterford Plantation, St. Michael
at about 11.10 a.m. and destroyed
850 holes of young canes and a
quarter of an acre of sour grass
This damage is also covered by
insurance. The canes and grass
are the property of Mr. R. E. Gill
of Comrie, St. Michael.

LADYS MOTTLEY of
McClean’s Gap, Brittons
Hill, died suddenly at her resi-
dence at about 10.00 a.m. on
Tuesday. An autopsy was later
performed by Dr. H. L. Massiah
and death was attributed tc
natural causes.
ye tee LARRIER of
Oistins, Christ Church, was
detained at the General Hospital
after being involved in an acci-
dent recently.

Also involved was motor car
X 51, owned by Beatrice Lashley
of Maxwell Road and driven by
Fitz Everton King of Rockley
Christ Church.

Larrier was riding his bicycle
at the time of the accident.

N EXHIBITION of Handi-
craft Work, done by Ele-
mentary Teachers during the
Easter vacation, will be held at
Wesley Hall School at 10 o'clock
today

F

E SANITARY Commission-

- ers of the Parish of St

Michael, will hold a meeting at

the Parochial Buildings, Cheap-
Side, at 12.30 p.m. today.

‘THE FISHERIES RESEARCH
boat “Investigator” steamed
into the Careenage yesterday
afternoon bringing 126 fiying fish
» and a small shark. A fair crowd
gathered around to see what she
fad brought in and what they
could get.
M A. W. ROBERTS of Erdis-
ton College reported the
om ot $34.08 from the dormitory
e sam ‘olle ring las
‘tae e College during la
"DHE POLICE at Black Rock
Police Post have recoverec
$106,67 of clothing out of $146.91
that was reported stolen.
report came from Esther
bore of Fairfield, Black Rock
9 stated that the clothing be-
hged to one Daisy Moore and

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$40.24 worth is now left
recovered.

7 con the new Plaza
P eatre, situated opposite
the Empire Theatre, is progressing
Tapidly. Carpenters have started
erecting the roof
ee.

iE Steps at the front entrance
| ate already made. Messrs. Clarke
r are supervising the

and some of the

&



THE GENTLE SEX
CHICAGO: Women behaved

Biemeelves much better than men
year, according to a crime

Teport from the F.B.I, There was
rease of 4.5 per cent. in the
t of men arrested, only 2.1

Per cent. in the number of women.



What's on Today

Court of Error 10.30 a.m,

Moving of Commissioners
Health, St. Michael at
12.36 p.m.
at K t
5.00 pax ensingion at
Band at District “C”
Station, St. Philip
37.45 p.m.
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Three Months Fines For Breaking Health ULE. Presents
Aet Are Too Small

For Wounding

“This is a very serious offence
and you must go to prison for
three months” said Mr. D. D.
Morris: to Verena Crawford of
Powder Road, Station Hill, yes-
terday when she was found guilty
of wounding Gwen Ifill on the
upper part of her left arm with
a broken bottle.

In giving medical evidence Dr.
Payne said on April 15 he saw
Gwen Ifill at the General Hospi-
tal Surgery. She was suffering
from a mild shock and there was
a wound on the upper part of her
left arm penetrating the skin to
three quarters of the muscle.

This was attended to and she
was detained for further obser-
vation, Now the wound is heal-
ing satisfactorily and there is no
danger of her losing the arm

When Crawford was last con-
victed for wounding she was put
on a bond for six months in the
sum of £2.



Divers Working
On “‘Potick”’

Three divers were at work on
the Potick yesterday removing the
ballast from the hatches. They
were using a single rope and block
for bringing up the heavy pieces
of iron.

Another purpose of their diving
was to find out what should be
done to have the vesse! easily re-
floated, Because of the recent at-
tempts to refloat it, the Potick is
not sunken as deeply in the ocean
bed as it was a month ago,

The three men were going down
from a moses which was anchored
over the Potick’s hull. One of the
divers carried a long bladed knife
between his teeth.

This diver told the Advocate
that the vessel’s deck is thickly
covered with moss; the riggings
were worn and damaged.

The water of the inner basin
was somewhat murky but that did
not affect the divers. When asked
about the presence of fish, the
diver carrying the knife said that
he had seen a few small fish
around. He was prepared though
for any dangerous fish.



e P e
Rice Arrives
A shipment of 1,500 bags of
British Guiana rice arrived in the
island yesterday by schooner
Frances W. Smith. This, makes
a total of 2,500 bags of this com-

modity to have arrived for Bar-
bados this week.

The Frances W. Smith has
brought other supplies of fire-
wood, charcoal, perscénal effects
and 150 wallaba posts. The ves-

sel’s local agents are the Schooner
Owners’ Association.

Fresh Fruit

About 90 packages of fresh
fruit from St. Lucia arrived here
by the ‘“Adalina’” yesterday.
Other cargo arriving by this ves-
sel was comprised of cocoanuts,



copra, charcoal and unsquared
posts.
The “Adalina” is consigned to

the Schooner Owners’ Association.

Fallen Donkey

While drawing a cart laden
with bags of coal along Trafalgar
Square about 12.30 p.m. yester-
day, a donkey, the property of
M. Walcott of Baycroft Road, St.

Michael, slipped and fell.
Passersby assisted in lifting the
donkey to its feet. It was not
injured.

“Golfito” Coming

At daybreak on Saturday, s.s.
Golfito of the Elders & Fyffes
Company will call at Barbados
from England.

The Golfito will leave this port
the same day for Trinidad. It is
scheduled to return here on
Thursday May 11 to take passen-
gers for England.

This vessel is consigned
Messrs. R. M. Jones & Co., Ltd.

Stole Stove: Jailed

Livingston Taylor a labourer of
Bush Hall was found guilty of
stealing a stove valued at £1.10/10
the property cof Elsie Clarke
of Water Hall Lane some time
between April 24 and 25.

Mr. A. J. H. Hanscheli Magis-
trate of District “A” sentenced
him to one month’s imprisonment
with hard labour yesterday.

NO LIGHTS: 20/- FINE

Arthur Clarke of Braggs Hill,
St. Joseph was found guilty of
driving the motor van O—167 on
Waterfords Road on April 8 about
3 a.m. without having two lighis
burning at the front of the van.

He was fined 20/- to be paid
in 14 days or 14 days’ imprison-
ment by His Worship Mr. A. J. H
Hanschell yesterday.

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OFFENDERS REFUSE

“IF THE COMMISSIONERS of Health of St. Philip
consider that fines imposed by Magistrates for contravention

cf the Public Health Act

appeal to the Assistant Court of Appeal if necessary

engaging the service of the

TO ATTEND COURT

I
C
[
are inadequate, they should

C

Solicitor General.” This was

pointed out in a letter from the Colonial Secretary to the !

General Board of Health, read at the meeting of the Board

yesterday.

The Commissioners of Health of St. Philip had for- |
warded a letter to the Board of Health, stating that they
considered the fines imposed for the offence mentioned,
were too light to serve as a deterrent to would-be offenders

The Board of Health considered
this matter and sent a copy of the
Commissioner’s letter to the
Colonial Secretary, requesting that
the attention of the magistrates be
drawn to it.

Ignoring Summons
Mr. Manning at yesterday’s
meeting said that he was aware
the position’ had now improved.

What had been happening was
that some people had actually
been ignoring the summons to

attend the Court for the particular
offence, taking into consideration,
no doubt, that the fine would be
small. He knew that lately two
such offenders were fined 15/- and
25/- respettively, and this should
serve as an example to others

On the suggestion of the Presi-
dent of the Board, Dr. E. B. Carter,
the Board decided to forward a
letter of sympathy to Lady Hutson,
regretting the death of her hus-
band Sir John Hutson, and one
to the Misses Thorne on the death
of their father Mr. E. E. H. Thorne.

Both, said the President, had
been prominent members of the
Board, é

The Board approved an appli-
cation from Mr. H. V. Marson to
alter an approved plan of a portion
of land at Porters, St. James, for
dividing off another lot of 1 acre,
2 roods 64 perches,

The division and sale of one lot
of land from Thorpes Plantation,
St. James, by the Barbados Co-
Operative Bank Limited, was
approved. The Board considered
an application by Mr. A. S.
Husbands for an amendment to
the approved plan for division
and sale of land at Babbs Plan-
tation, St. Lucy, so that there
might be a re-division into more
lots.

Taking the matter of the water
supply for the area into consid-
eration, the Board instructed the
clerk to write to the owner ask-
ing if he could come to some
agreement with the Waterworks
Department for a standpost in a
central position before they ar-
rived at any decision.

The sale of one lot of land at
Amity Lodge, Christ Church, by
W. N. Alleyne, was approved,

The Report of the Government
Chief Sanitary Inspector, for the
month of February was also
presented to the Board.



Frozen Curreticy
Keeps U.S. Films

From Argentina

NEW YORK, April 26.

An agreement between Argen-
tina and the motion Picture Asso-
ciation of America opening the
important Argentine market to
American moving pictures, will
shortly be reached, according to
the “Variety”, the Entertainment
Trade Journal.

The paper to-day reported that
the conferences at present going
on in Washington between Mr,
Eric Johnston, the M.P.A.A. Presi-
dent, and Dr. Ramon Cereijo, Ar-
gentina’s Treasury Minister, are
close to reaching a solution which
will end the two-year stalemate.

Variety said there was a likeli-
hood that a pact will emerge on
the talks, All the main details
but one have been ironed out with
the expectation that the final
hurdle will be cleared shortly.”

The one big obstacle still re-
maining is an agreement on the
frozen currency, either now
amassed in Argentina or which
will pile up during the five-year
stretch ahead.

Mr. Johnston is asking for wide
latitude in the -use of this money,
while Dr. Cereijo wants the com-
panies to be confined to narrow
limits. Brightening prospects of
agreement follow lengthy discus-
sions which started on Dr, Cer-
eijo’s arrival in this country. Mr.
John McCarthy, head of the MPA
International wing, participated in
the talks until a fortnight ago,
when he flew to Europe.

It is expected that Mr. Stanton
Griffis, U.S. Ambassador to Argen-
tina, and chairman of Paramoynt’s
executive committee, will join in,
now that he has reached the Unit-
ed States on a visit.

For a time, Argentine officials
insisted on a quota of 200

yearly, instead of the 500 to 600

brought in before the dollar short-
age hit the country.

However, it is understood that
Dr. Cereijo reconsidered this
stand in favour of the 75 per cent
“freeze” on future



No dollars have been sent out of
the country in the past two years
Mr. Johnston outlin part
e pa ' KZ foreigr
nanagers ast veek i then |
wernt to Washington for further |
talks with the Argentine Minis-

ters Reuter.

films !

remittances. |

members of

Police Medals

His Excellency yesterday after-
10onN presented Long Service ana
700d Conduct Medals to 28
the Police Force at
Station.
accompanied

district “A’

He was by Mrs.

Savage and his Private Secretary

Sapt, W. Lambert.
At the end of the presentation,
lis Excellency addressed the

athering:

Colonel Michelin, Officers, anc
other ranks of the Police Force,

have congratulated individually
each member of the Force, who
has to-day received at my hand
a symbol! of his long and faithful
service t h sland, but I would
like to say a few words to the

F

orce generaliy




r b Wi se The maintenance of law and
a our ins order rimary duty of any
ie overnment, and the responsibil-

s ~ ity for ensuring this is place
By Five Votes largely in the hands of the ‘Police

Force,

From page 1. You have to perform a_ task

whips entered the Chamber after which at different times requires
final check on attendance figures patience, initiative and courage,

Misunderstanding t
The first resolution nearly
passed without a vote because of

a misunderstanding. When it was
called there was a roar of “Aye”
(yes) from the Labour bench

but the expected shout of “No”

failed to come from the Conserva-

tives. A roar of laughter from
the Government side feminded
them, and they then let: loose

tremendous “No”
After the results had been de-
clared by voting in the division



y .
lobbies, there were loud Govern- or: shine Ravasanean’
ment cheers. mnbddla.-. Séndae | on , dignif .
Attlee with Mr. Herbert Morri bs aernetes 7 me mone —
son, the Deputy Premier, accepted th is i ak ae ree :
cir example, by demonstratin;
the result calmly. Hand: sthoure, tines wae litie b
All nine Liberals voted against W8t they possess qualities whic
z : Nee have enabled them to maintain
the Government on both divi- joer a very ong period—over 18
SHORES eal service to the public
Conservatives, while gratified Which has been characterised by :
that they ran the Government so devoticn to duty, and loyalty t
close to defeat, were probably teir superior:
relieved that they had not pushec I feel that all members
Labour over the precipice, he Force re conscious of
Most Conservatives realised ect of their calling
that it would have been psych endeavour to mait
logically wrong to plunge the idually nd col
country into a fresh genera] ele hi tandard
tion over such an issue as. the discipiing nd ievolion to duty
petrol tax, which rightly ol ich is expected from them.
wrongly is identified with luxury .
Apart from this the prospects Best of Luck
which would have been opened up Again I congratulate those wh«
to the Opposition by a Govern- have received the Long Service
ment defeat were not particularly and Good Conduct Medals to-day
attractive und I wish all embers of the
Mr. Churchill, if obliged to Force the best of good fortune
take over the Government with-
out a fresh election, would have Names of those ho received. medal
been in an even weaker position ee Gi Mantels, -tiemmeeats Bhs
than Mr Attlee B. Robinson and M, Blackett, Polic:
Mr. Emmanuel Shinwell, Brit- able Chandler, F. Husband
ish Defence Minister, was taken Me Clean, S
ill in the House of Commons today â„¢ es: -
just before the budget vote ; :
He stayed for the voting and Wel
was taken home _ immediately sees oe i Ga
afterwards. —Reuter. Annual Band (
“ONE GOOD DEED” een np
_ SYDNEY: Miss E 1 ie Me- °5 YEARS AGO
Cracken, a 31-year-old Sydney (parbades “Advocate”, April 2%
office worker, is on her way to 1925)
Britain. When a visitor from
London, Miss Elizabeth Howard, On Saturday last about 8 a.m
lost her way in Sydney, Miss Mc- gmall blaze occurred at the 1
Cracken gave up her lunch hour dence of Mr. W. Jones, shopkeepé
to guide her to her destination. of Eagle Hall, damaging a part
That was 12 years ago This a kitche 10 10 6 and at
week Miss McCracken received a of trash belongn Walt
reward for her good deed—a first- Hack neighbour
class return ticket in the P. & O It appears that a coal of fire
liner Maloja from the hearth dropped throug
a crevice of the kitchen whic
forms part of the pailing, into tl
ACCOMMODATING trash which blazed. The alarv
BERLIN: A new cinema in Ber- was given by the Police and in
lin’s West End announces: “In the few minutes the Coleridge sectio
back row 30 “love seats’’-—seats of the Fire Brigade under Cap
for two witnovt a dividing arm, T. A. Goddard, Assistant Superi:
and in the middle 50 seats so tendent and Lieyt. K. M. Leighto
adjusted that if you do not like and a squad of Police arrived o
the film you can tilt them back the scene and put out the flam

and go to sleep.”

TO

quickly relieves

COLDS and
CATARRH

DMPERIAL LEATHER
It clears the nasal pas-

Sages to remove stuffiness

| and the distressing con-
ditions of head colds and
} catarrh. The patent nasal









e® LINDEN BLOSSOM

ut at all times necessitates the
aintenance of perfect discipline
Discipline

What is discipline?
result of training
duces self-control,
obedience, loyalty
for co-opers tion;

It is the
which pro-

and capacity
and in any

Police Force it is essential that}
those attributes should not only |

be present, but shouT be
Vious to every

ob-
member of the














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T.B. Hull Off |
To St. Lucia

Mr. T. B. Hull, Honorary Trade |
Commissioner of the Union of!
South Africa in the West Indies,
was a passenger on the Gascogne !

last night on a visit to St. Lucia.|

STOP THAT

couG H/

ITS TIME YOU
TOOK SOME VENOS,

- If you keep coughing it’s time took some

we} \ Lightning COUGH MIXTURE. This world-famous

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He has gone at the special invi-|
tation by cable from the Adminis- |
trator of St. Lucia to attend a}
meeting of the Legislative Council |
on Monday May 1.

|

This meeting is to commemor- | ceueae. vue.
ate the 25th anniversary of elected | -
representation granted to the Saeriiee * CATARRH
Windward Islands as a result of | ARRHAL ASTHMA

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Wood, afterwards Lord Halifax, ! ) CHILDREN’S COUGHS COUGH MIXTURE :
who was sent out by the Colonial | Sieuaahaies +
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as to the new constitution. |

Mr. Hull who was then proprie- |
tor of Roseau Sugar Factory and}
Estates and Managing Director of |
Cul de Sac Co., Ltd, St. Lucia |
became the first elected member
of the St. Lucia Legislative Coun-
cil in 1925, the other elected
members being the late T. Gj
Westall and the late George H. W}
Palmer. |

Pa ponetna Nieto tin

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how children go for them !
There’s goodness in that flayour
too. Marmite is rich in the Ba
vitamins that help to build up
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Wholesale Prices to

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Druggists on application

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Horrockses’ coloured Woven COTTON TOWELS in
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$1.92

Hemmed TURKISH TOWELS, Pink, Blue, Green,
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$3.18

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New shipment of these Cars recently Arrived.
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BY CARL ANDERSON
























































. TOAST TO
ft
I PouST Wish we'D
STAY IN ONE PLACE
sess bt \ IN CARNI ane
ASSIST YOU TO GWARD IT |
BUY A BOTTLE TO-DAY.
1
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PROFILE! YOU CAN'T EXCITE YOURSELF Lf : ~ ee ——e
LEAVE THEM TO OROWN' WHISPER, OR I May "
STOP THE CAR! BE FOACED TO ;
Z\. cam wou! gC F it.
anned Fru )
1
THAT SHOULD SJ 2 Ss. hes i
BE THE LAST WE
(z OF CANNON re ices. ‘ q Uaas
ANO HIS FRIEND! :
f
:
Lady Dane Strawberries (tins) ad de $ .95
THE LONE _RANGER |
XY WiTH THE HORSES, sorses} (TAD! TAD ! Smedleys Black Currants (tins) . 96 f
jA_ TONTO. T'M GOING ;
- Brooks Pears (24 Ib tins) .. ts 50
Aust. Sliced Peaches (21% Ib tins) 59
Silver Leaf Apricots (21% th tins) 50 ;
=) fs
ae Bec. Pewee 6 ee ; 37
: ce Aust. Tropieal Fruit Salad (24% 1b tins). . 68
i wit p” Trinidad Grape Fruit Hearts (tins) ........ .33 ,
ode Baa? Cocktail Cherpien (hates): «bios ee ecraces $1.32 .53
, - fn P _ ai :
L : Trinidad Orange & Grape Fruit Juice—tins |
" ts Bahamas: Three Bays Temato Juice—tins 2
c
J ey pa Jamaica Orange Juice—tins !
; | .
|| Apple Juice (bots.) :
I r mt f td: . ‘ ,
on YEE-OW He f X 3 se ur A SS oa Robinson's Orange Barley Water a's «ee 1,
i! \ PATH iB Claytons Lemon Squash (bots.) '
f Lime Juice Cordial (bots.) ............0008
Three Bays Pineapple Juice—tins Sang ein \.0d |S
'
Pickles and Sauces Biscuits
Mortons Piccalilli Carrs. Celery F
- (bots.) ‘ Ot Biscuits (tins) .. $141 ’
| Mortons Mixed Carrs Table Wafer .
es Pickles (bots.) 5) Biscuits (4ins) .. Me y
r
: . Mortons Gherkins Jacob’s Selected
: BY ALEX RAY /1ONO | (Pickled) bots. 81 Biscuits (tins) .. 203 F
i . Mortons Silver Skin Fullers Shortbread }
Onions (bots.) .. .71 Biscuits (tins) .. 145 7
t lan w-w! MY & WEAD! THAT
Bu oss os Lea & Perrins Wor. Peak Frean’s Mar- é
Sauce (bots.) 77, 45 tini Crackers
(tins)... . ... <


KNOCKOUT Sharwoods Ripe Canie Chases

&.| |COUBLE-CROSSIN’

a] | RAT, MORAY @
| MUST'VE 3
|GIVEN ME f. j















| DROPS! Olives (bots). 1.01, .65 : ;
<, ° ‘risps (tins 1.05
a Canned Condiments a | Crisps (tins) :
ot Maccnocnics Potato Crisps
; Meats & Extracts Tomato Ketchups (tthe). cs os ci ae 1.86
Walls Pork Hensnaes Colman’s Mustard (bots.) . 48 Jacobs Cream
NR cat +s ae (%4 th tins) .... 57 ye % "Cracker Biscuits
Swifts Vienna Mortons Curry Pow- Heinz Indian Cracke! aoe 144
Sausages (4 02. der (bots.) .. 44 Chutney Sl (tins) ...-sser08
fo hae is Me. Mortons Dried Sage
Danish Cocktail Oe Sea 47
Sausages ....... 9c. Mortons Ground
Bea Swifts Veal Loaf Ginger (bots.) 37 “MEAT EP ARTMENT
leet ae YOu GOINS) THE i (63 oz. tims) .... 47e. Mortons Mixed
| |TO OO WiTH MEF I | OUT, SA Danish Pate de Foie Rn NR kaye) RRR oor eo
' | | Fecc you z ez : he
Rt /sveear 6 acre! TNO NECKLACE! iS SEARCA HER MS ates 28c. —_ Bovril (bots.) $1.60 .90 ,60 PRIME AUSTRALIAN BEEF, LAMB,
see eae ~ at VENUS! Farne’s Potted Meat Oxo (jars) .... $1.62 .85 ; asses te rr ;
| GMT COME wy { - Assorted (tins) . 20c. Marmite (bots.) 60 32 VEAL, LIVER, TRIPE, OX TAILS.
WE GOTTA Palethorpes Cam- Celery Salt (jars) . 35 , 69e. Ib
ame FAST! — bridge Sausages Cerebos Table Salt Boneless Cod 69c. Ib
(tins) ... . : atc. (tins) cole Danish Salami Sausage $1.28 1b
Wines, Liqueurs, Beers, Stouts » Ham Sausage ..... 956
Heinekens Beer $ .26 Gordon’s Dry Gin 2.50 » Mortadella Sausage $1.00
Vi-Stout .... 30° ~=Booths . ; 51.05
Chambertin 1943 .. 4.50 (House of Lords) 2.50 » Liver Sausage o.5P
Bols Creme de Gilbys Empire Red 1 OR ee
Menthe 4.00 Port Wine .. 2.52 Milk Fed Chickens
Benedictine D.O.M. 5.75 McEwans (Red Ox Tongues
Wincarnis .. 1.38 Label) Beer 26 Se



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FOR RENT

Sun
4.20

Week
$1.00



|

HOUSES
| APARTMENT —one
ven it. Coral Sands, Ww orthing-on-S
Ver and linen, for further pee i
' al 8134 Alma Lashley
—_—.

BUNGALOW, also Flat, ¢

t ‘ , facing sea nu

oud, Hastings, furnished eran ce
: comforts, English baths with heate
showers, telnphones, verandahs. Te}

phone 2949 31.3.50-—-1.£

FLAT

furnished apart







27.4.50—4r



At Bay Manison, fully furnishec
conveniences, from 1

27



FLATS—One (1)





sea St.

Lawrence y fur-
Dial 8357. ek deere

nished. 23.3.50—t.f.n,

at St. John’s Episcopal Church,
at 3 p.m. yesterday. i















CLASSIFIED ADS



particulars

n

50—in

| ue Upstairs with
yesrooms, running water in each One
1) down tairs with 1 bedroom. For
irther particulars dial 3696
PO er 22.4.50—t.f.n
THEAD— “a “large ar
. Greathead, died at sea-on) }yOUSE— One lane se and apart.
T. H to Boston. Funeral took pent on the as Su Lawoenee pak nee

J.T. Pe aes LEA | ss MULLINS’ St. Peter,
; . § a), Availab e immediately till July Ist
Gener) aeaaty — aoa reasonable to careful Ten-
Bios eet Pea se ory ieee Particulars. App y
£6.) B.G. Papers please copy. | Phone 46832402 ea 30
27.4.0 | KL —
———_— -| , RESIDENCE of Mr. P. C. S_ wfaftei
is reautiful imposing buildi ver-
IN MEMORIAM | looking Rockley Bay next ie aia {fa
Poss zs | vended site of Blue Waters Hote! Newly
ever loving memory. < tae ee constructed. Fully furnished erty te
Daughter and istes JE) with linen and cutlery, S*ude’ er
* MAXWELL (nee Cor if required. From May Ist for fou
















), who was called to rest or

six months. For further particular
27th, 1947.
‘of a world of Sorrow,

apply to owner, phone 2787 of 8239 afte
4 p.m.

ot Bo 20.4.50—10n
‘ heaven of Rest i a ien saber Gee Teens
a4 ion have a beautiful Garden, | THE BUNGALOW—Maxwells, Christ
he always chooses the best | Church. 4 Bedrooms, Water, Ligh

to be remembered by _ her, Radio, Telephone, also good seabathine















Mr. & Mrs. George D. East-| For month of May. Apply to Mrs. J. H
— Victor Maxwell (Husband), Wilkinson, Erin Hall, Bishops Court
oe family. 27.4.50—In Hill, ne 26.4, 50—3n.
a { my dear beloved TY
In loving memory o! ‘
C. A. BOYCE, who PUBLIC SALES

asleep on April 27th 1949.
a. precious one from us Is gone | z

5 loved is stilled. ;
aevoice we lingers 'CTION

heart your memory
eae , kind and true
TAnd there is not a day that passeth
That we don't remember you.’

Boyce (wife), Evelyn Sisnett
(aauhters. Dr. Fredreick Boyce (son).

By instructions received I will offer
for sale 0. MONDAY Ist May on the
premises a’ OCK HALL VILLAGE,
ST. THOMAS 10 perches of land with



27.4.5u-tin | & Wall building at present used as a
° club room—which can easily be con-
“Yn remembrance of my dear daughter | cae into a nice residence. TERMS
L PRICE, who died on April 26th | ““*"- ARCHER McKENZIE
i z , q ,
+ 2 God all things worketh for the | Dial 2947. sian
‘ 26.4. 50—5

best.” |

ie

I will offer for sale by Public Com-
petition on FRIDAY 28th. at 2 p.m
at my office VICTORIA STREET, 696¢
square feet of land at BRITTONS
CROSS ROAD, ST. MICHAEL The
land has an excellent view of the
Harbour, For inspection and condi
tions of sale: Apply to R ARCHER
Me KENZIE. Dial 2947,

Relatives and Friends also her
Father Arthur Price.
27.4.50—I1n



FOR SALE

AUTOMOTIVE

——
CAR—Well kept Morris 8 h.p





23.4.50—5n










motor







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,
Roods, 4% Perches or thereabouts

Inspection any day between 10 a.m

@rive—always owner _ ridden,
condition with two extra tyres
: Mr, Archer; Redman & Taylorz
5 21.4.50—Tn
—_—_—_—___-_—_-- + -
CAR—One 1936 Chevrolet Saloon Car

condition. Sate owner
Apply: C. A. Rock. Dial 2838
23.4.50—4n

L 10. Apply to A. S. Husbands REAL ESTATE

‘ Ee isbands *
iy st. fet gare BUNGALOW at Navy Gardens. Stone
: f £7.4.50—3n | eWly constructed. “Three Bedrooms
1 running water. All modern convenien
© Austin 10 Cars 1946—47| “5: Garage, fruit trees, lawns, Archie

Both cars in A-1 condition, | C/@â„¢ke. Phone 4530; 8 to 4p.m

* Hinds, Dear’s Garage, Hastings 27.4, 50—6n
: 23.4.50—3n pone —_————
———- -_- — WE will set up for sale at public
MOTOR CAR—B.S.A. 10 H.P. fluid} COMpetition at our Office No: 17, High





















































































and 12 o'clock noon.
CARS & TRUCKS—At bargain| For further particulars and Condi
many makes ete. Phone 3453, | ons of Sale, apply to the undersigned:-
ll & Edwards. 27.4.50—4n. CATFORD, & CO
. 16.4 .50--'0n
\ “LEIGHT — Situate in Passage
CTRICAL Road, St. Michael, standing’ on 6,87
Marconi 8 Tube Radio 6 V. | Square feet of land.
Set. Condition perfect. Dr. The house is built of stone and con-
Tel. 3085, ‘ 26.4.50—2n | tins gallery, drawing, dining, sitting
| end breakfast rooms, Pantry, kitchen
r W.C. and bath downstairs. 4 bed-
NEOUS ° rooms (2. with running water) upstairs
_. Inspection any day (except Sundays
UM BLOCKS—Keep one handy in| between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m,
Case you cut yourself when shaving—a The above will be set up for sale te
erful astringent. KNIGHTS DRUG] Public Competition at our Office in
ones. 27.4.50—2n/ Lucas Street, Bridgetown on Friday
‘ the 5th May 1950 at 2 p.m.
BABY'S CARRY-COT, English made, CARRINGTON & SEALY
4 size Cream American cloth, padded Solicitors,
and Mattress. As new, $12.00, 23.4.50—12n
; Floor for play-pen, unused, | ~—————— ; . ;
5 : °5.4,50—3n IWELLING HOUSE & BUSINFS
Leacock aa r r res PREMISES, Containing approximatel
COSMETIC BAGS—Ali colours receiv- square feet. No, 69 Roebuc
st the thing to ca our rouge,
Kk & Rae in 4A aah 5 i : substantially erected stonewa
me natin et : building in good comdition comprises
< J Ss [Ss
BMIGHTS DRUG STORES | DOWNSTAIRS. Spacious more. ér
rs ; ~ |store rooms, entrance to garage. Front
CROID 4 ‘kere | 28e: 42’—10". Washing tanks, and man,
en ro CLUE for as meee other facilities, concreted throughout
= Gen Tae eo Ue dos) |. UPSTAIRS. 4 bedrooms, large draw
“14 High s. gency 3.4 506n | nf and dining rooms, toilet and bat!
P 4.90—80 | -oom. Front verandah.
DAIR: : . a Electric light, power and water ar
Y—At oe ee, Nae so installed throughout. Inspection »
Suaranteed sale of 150 pints .5nointment. Phone 2297
daily. For inspection, apply Teddy The at will be set up to publ
Barbad. ae es e above e se Pp k
a os Dairies, Dial 3896 competition at the office of the unde
25.4,50—3n | signed on Friday the 28th., April 19%

2

at

p.m, For further particulars an

POLISHERS—A few Johnson's









Wax Beautiflor Polishers. Dial 3878 mati aieeer BA: FIELD
DaCosta & Co., Ltd. Electrical Dept. | ese © Soltelta
° 22.4.50—6n. James Street
PAINTS—Brandram Henderson
rable Forest Green Sun Proot EVINTON
ONE White and colours, special Situated on Top Rock, Christ Churc)
Dy distempers Paints $6.84 gin. Next to Yeovilton) on roughly Ha!
a mper $3.50 gin. They cre Here. Acre. A delightful new modern Resi
BARNES & Co., Ltd. dence, having three Bedrooms, A larg
25.4.50—12n | jounge, Dining room, modern kitchen
fs Two fully tiled Bath and Toilet. A
BIOLI BULBS - Variety of °4| choice of a fourth bedroom if Loung:
ian yt received from Holland. | becomes Lounge-Dining room. Outside

+ Barrow. Phone 8164—4605.; Two Servants Quarters, Toilet and Bath

21.4.50—-7" | Two Car Garage. Price £4,500 0

$ DRESSES_F, Weddi | nearest. For further peters onply
‘or ings OF| Ralph A, Beard, Hardwoc Alley

— DRESSE3, HATS and‘ prene 4653-8402. 25.4.50—3n

GS. Also a fine assortment of

WS in Taffetas, Polka Dot and| “TRETAWNY—Hastings Main Road

Np sens. MODERN DRESS | yecently reconstructed, 3 bedrooms eac’

St. with running water, all modern con
23.4.50-—3n. | veniences Rent $0.00, hae

Annex new wall building 2 bedroom

I, ‘ ee offer Ton vonnth : water—dining & sitting room

‘allon. ome and get] , emises. Phone

NES & Co., Ltd a ee ee

25.4,50—13n; ”



The undersigned will offer for sale t

publie competition at their office Jame

6: $37.47. 34 x 7: $46.90 Street, Bridgetown on Friday 12th May

» Auto Tyre Co.

sa 1950 at 2 p.m. 1 acre 2 roods 6 2/f

Seen ine perches of land at Maxwell, near Tor

Rock Christ Chureh. This land Wie

iD CHANGERS—Anotner lot of; is on the public road has a frontage
to hand $31.00 er Dial | of 168 feet, and faces the bungalow:

& recently built by Mr. M. L. Harrison
For further particulars and conditions

‘of sale apply to HUTCHINSON & BAN-

Co., Ltd. Electrical

22.4.50—6n



aed RECORD PLAYERS—What! FIELD Solicitors, James Street 7

hare been waiting for $16.60. Dial 27.4.50—8n

+ & ., Ltd. Electrical ———e——eeeeeeeeee
25.4.50—6n. PROPERTY in cross road at Spooners

Hill consisting of double roofed house,
shed and kitchen together with ‘4 acre
of land. Price $2000.00. The above can
be purchased on terms,’ Half of the
‘amount must be paid when purchasing
For further particulars apply to

senuine Land Sand, can be
any part of the island. Con-
Mahon, Belleplaine, St. Andrew.













same.
rrison's Toy Dept. has just prarcy A. Scott, Magazine Lane, or
& shipment of rubber dolls. gia) 3743. 27
is that squeak as well as
Of beautiful marbles at very
. Drop in, wont you’?
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PUFFS — “Betty Lou”. Ovens for use ovet

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nee 8PDly Hugh Walcott “Woodville’ See them at your Gas Show-
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WANTED ; GOVERNMENT NOTICES
———————, | ATTENTION is drawn to the Detence (Control of Drug and
HELP Patent and Proprietary Medicine Prices) Order, 1950, No. 2 which
AN ASSISTANT MISTRESS for will be published in the Official Gazette of Thursday 27th April, 1950.



Alex-
1001 from the September term
Class—singing and. Genera

andra §
©o teach
Subjects.
Salary, on Government Scale,
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Appl cations stating qualifications ant
experience and subjects offered, «houlk
reach the Headmistress not later tha
May 31st. 21.450.
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Store Apply in person to George (¢
Ward, Druggist and Grocer, St. Law
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IMMEDIATELY for at ieast 4 week
TOUSEKEEPER for Kingsley Club
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MESSENGER — An _ energetic office
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Must be clean, neat and willing to work
Apply in person with letter of recom-
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NOTICE

PARISH OF ST. PETER

Wanted by the Poo: ‘aw Guardian
for the Almshouse a fully qualified Nurs
capable of taking charge of Midwifer,
cases

Salary $55.°0 per month

Applicants must present themselves
with Birth Certificate and credentials to
he P.M.O, at his residence ‘Roseville,’
St. Peter on or before April 29th up to
10 a.m,



Signed GS. CORBIN,
Clerk, Poor Law Guardians,
22.4.50-—9n

NOTICE

ALL JOINERS & CABINET MAKERS
are invited to attend a meeting at Com
hermere School Hall on SATURDAY 291}
April 1950 at 9 a.m. when Mr. BRUCE
\LOULDER, Manager of C. F. Harrison’
Furniture Dept. will explain a scheme
tur developing the wood working in
dustry in Barbados as referred to in a



ecent issue of this paper by Mr
Ronald Tree. 25.4.50—4n
—



MALVERN ACADEMY

Edenville
Cheanside
on , Tuesday
pupils will
Ist May at

This school will
2nd May 9.30 ¢
be interviewed
9 a.m

re-open
m New
Monday

on

F. L. MORRIS,

27.4.50—2n

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE





The application of Solomon Jordan
ef Reeves Hill, St. Thomas the holder
of Liquor License No 842 of 1950
ranted in respect of a board and shingle
shop with shedroof attached at §
View, St. James, to remove said Lice



to a board and galvanized shop attach-
ed to a board and shingle house situate
at Reeves Hill, St. Thomas, and to use
it at such last described premises

Dated this 24th day of April 1950

Signed SOLOMON JORDAN
Applicant.
To Police Magistrate

Dist. ‘‘D’

N.B.—This application will be con
sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
on the 8th May, 1950 at 11 o’clock, a.m
it Police Court, District ‘‘D”’

J. R SDWARDS,
ist. “D".
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Police Magist







I,.P.S. Typewriting Exam
takes place on Saturday 29th
inst. at the Modern High
School and will be concluded
on Saturday 6th May.

Entries for Book-keeping,
Steno-typing, French, Arith-
metic, etc. closes on Satur-
day 29th April.

Next Shorthand
takes place in July,

Cr BROCK, Bile Bs,

Ojstin Hill,
Ch. Ch.

27.4.50.—I1n,

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Dial 3466.

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and Rockers—Vanities and Dress-
ing Tables in 40 Designs, sizes,
finishes, some with latest con-
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Gallery, Lawn and Kitchen
Furaiture

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maximum
Witch

retail] selling p s of

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phrey’s Witch Hazel Ointment” and “Dettol” are as follows:-—-

Maximum

Item Unit of Sale Retail

Price

ey’s Specifics aa ..) dottle . ny? .50

. Witch Hazel Ligquid..}|Small sized bot. .56

# si des ++} Medium ,, a .96

* i .* is .. | Large $1.20

” » Ointment. . | Small sized pot 56

a a a Medium ,, Pa .87

Dettol R oe -«] 4-02. bottle .. .52

» ee. oe - -~ 8-02. 97

me “A »s ee os) 1G-0m, ,, $.36

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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
St. George’s Girls’ School — St. George

APPLICATIONS are invited for the Headship of St. George's
Girls’ School from teachers with at least 10 years’ teaching experi-
ence. The minimum pfofessional qualification required is the Certifi-
cate A of the Department or exemption therefrom.

Salary will be in accordance with the Government Scale for
Head Teachers in a Grade II Elementary School.

Candidates should make application on the appropriate form
which may be obtained from the Department of Education, All appli-
cations must be in the hands of the Director of Education by 6th May,
1950.
24th April, 1950. 27.4.50.—2n.

——

Applications are invited for appointment to the post of Inspector
in a new organisation to administer housing loans from the Labour
Welfare Fund created under the Sugar Industry (Rehabilitation
Price Stabilisation and Welfare) Act 1947.

Candidates must have some knowledge of building construction
and costs of material and labour.

The salary attached to this post is $1,200 per annum. Travelling
expenses entailed in connection with the duties of this appointment
will be paid at rates similar to those paid to Government Officers
under the Travelling Allowance (Amendment) Regulations, 1948.

This post is of a temporary nature, non-pensionable and subject
to termination with one month’s notice on either side.

Applications in writing with testimonials will be received by the
Colonial Secretary, Colonial Secretary's Office, Bridgetown, up to the
29th April. 22.4.50—2n.



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Y PORT: Sch. Alexandrina R., Yacht (M.A.N.Z. LINE)
Te ill, S.S. Seabreeze, Sch. Marea S.S. “DEVON” is expected to ar.
He etta, Sch. Everdene, Sch, Emanuel,}| rive at Trinidad from Australian ports
| Gerdon, Sch. Emeline, M.V. Glenwood,| about 20th May,
Soh. Princess Louise, Sch. Mary E. Caro- S.S. “Crry OF DIEPPE” sails Port
line, Sch. Lady Noeleen, Seh. Molly N.j Firie April 29th, Adelaide May 5th, Mel-
Jones, Sch. Henry D. Wallace, Sch. Unit-| borne, May 18th, Sydney, May 26th, Bris-
fed Piltrim S., Sch. Lady Zoileen, Sch.| bane, Jume 7th, arriving at Trinidad
Gtoria Henrietta, $.S. Canadian 1iser,| about 4th July, Barbados about July 9th.
S.S. Queen Ann, S.S. Johilla, Sch These vessels have ample space for
Freedom Mleary. chilled, hard frezen and general cargo
Cargo accepted on through bills of
ARRIVALS lading with transhipment aj Trinidad
f British Guiana, Barbados, Windward
Sehvuner “France W mith” 74 tons} & seeward Islands.
ax Capt. Hassel, from British Guiana, For further particulans apply:—
AgenfsS: Schooner Owners’ Association. yr
Schooner “Adalina, 30 tons net, Cap- FURNESS deo Ne LTD
tain Flemming, from St, Lucia, Agents: .
Schooner Owners’ Association DA COSTA & CO. LTD.,
S.S. “Gascogne,”’ 2,681 tons net, Cap- Agents Barbados.
tain Prigent, from Trinidad Agents:
R, M. Jones & Co., Ltd.
DEPARTURES
Schooner “Mandalay Il 30 ions net,
Capt. Gooding, for St. Vincent. Agents
Sehooner Owners’ Association
M.V. “Daerwood” 94 tons net, Capt,
De Couteau, for St. Lucia. Agents:
Schooner Owners’ Association. NEW YORK SERVaGR.
S.S. “Gascogne” 2,681 tons net; Capt. av wee
Prigent, from Martinique. Agents: R. M, “ oy oa
Jones & Co., Ltd ss Toe thee eseeneceees eiunes . 7th April 17th ‘a
S.S. “Bonaire” 1,857 tons net; Captain ' “Pip st meeee de tthe eee neees 28th April 8th
Heide, for Trinidad. Agents: S. P. Mus- bs
son, Son & Co., Ltd NEW ORLEANS SERVICE
M.V. “Canadian Cruiser” 3,935 tons net; by ez.
Capt. O'Hara, for Canada Agents: Gar-! oc « 2 oo
diner Austin & Co., Ltd. ; 8S oREaen ROaeE. = 6th April
ALCOA RANGER” ..00..0..0.002 ven April 4th ‘ent
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Applications are invited for appointments to the two posts of |

Senior and Junior Clerk in a new organisation to administer housing |
loans from the Labour Welfare Fund created under the Sugar Industry |

(Rehabilitation Price Stabilization and Welfare) Act 1947

2. Candidates must be in possession of a School Certificate or
certificate of equivalent standard. Applicants for the post
should also have a knowledge of accountancy.

3. The salary scale of both posts will be similar to that of the
long grade in the Local Civil Establishment with a commencing salary
of $1,872.00 per annum for the Senior Clerk and $768 per annum for
the Junior Clerk.

4. These posts are of a temporary nature, non-pensionable and
subject to termination with one month’s notice on either side.

5. Applications in writing with testimonials will be received by
the Colonial Secretary, Colonial Secretary’s Office, Bridgetown, up to

Senior



the 29th April.
22.4.50—2n.
Applications are invited for the post of Steno-typist in a new
organisation to administer housing loans from the Labour Welfare

Fund created under the Sugar Industry (Rehabilitation Price Stabili-

sation and Welfare) Act 1947.

2. The salary scale of this post will be similar to that of a
steno-typist in the Local Civil Establishment, namely $480 x $48
$1,200.

3. This post is of a temporary nature, non-pensionable and sub-

ject to termination with one month’s notice on either side.
4. Applications in writing will be received by the Colonial
Secretary, Colonial Secretary's Office, Bridgetown, up to 29th April.
22.4.50—2n.



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Precision built, and designed to minimise
strain on chassis, Telehoist Hydraulic Tip-
ping Gear can be fitted to almost any type of
short or long wheelbase vehicle. Speedy
tipping is controlled from the driver’s cab
and the body can be raised or lowered and
held at any intermediate position.

All Telehoist equipment is guaranteed for
twelve months.

The illustration shows @
twin unit fitted toe 10 em,
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installation.





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HUWOHING ESTATES AND TRADING Co., Lid.
Hay Street.

YOU CAN HAVE YOUR
CANES INSURED
By applying to...
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RALPH A. BEAR

AUCTION ROOMS, HARDWOOD ALLEY

Offers for sale the following second hand Bargains :—
10% C/t G.E. American Fridge (4, Years Guarantee)

8 C/f G.B. American Fridge (4% Years Guarantee)
Marquet Ameriuvan Deep Freezcr (3 Years Guarantee)
Marco Ice Cream Deep Freezer (3 Years Guarantee)
Candy Floss Machine, Canteen of Cutlery, 127 pieces, Silver
plated Garrett, U.S.A, Electric Adding Machine (1 Year old)
8 Valve G.E.C. Radiogramme, Stewart Warner
10 Valve (console model)
S.E.C. 8 Valve Twin Speaker Radio
Dining Chairs (Mahogany)
Mahogany refactory table 7f.
Round pine Tables (cheap)
Kerosene double Burner single stoves
Numerous small Mahogany tables

Antiques. Open daily # m. to 12,

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SOUTHBUUND
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Coast Station Name of Ship Sails Montreal | Sails Halifax | Arrives Barbados
Cable and Wireless (W.I.) Ltd., advise | SS. “Alcoa Pilgrim” April 28th May Ist May 11th
that they cam now communicate with | 5-S. “Alcoa Pennant” May 12th May 15th May 25th
the following ships through their Bar-| 5-S. “Alcoa Patriot May 26th May 29th June sth
bedos Coast Station: > 1.
S.S, Nidardal, S.S. Gerd, S.S. Valle-| NORTHBOUND
demosa, S.S. Monte Altubg, S.S. Bstero, »
S S. Uruguay, S.S. Gold Ranger, S.S Name of Ship Arrives Barbados
wardefjell, S.S. Mormacdo, S.S. Edvard} ss. “Alcoa Pe _ant”’ April 19th For St, Lawrence River Ports
ne Clevatina Soo ae nT Be: "lenareend” April 19th St. John, Halifax
eveland, S.S. h A. Flani- " P
3 ~ “ an St. Ri
gen, S.S. Calliroy, S.S. Tyelma I, S.S./ S.S. “Alcoa Puritan” May ist St. eee ee eek “aad
gentina, S.S. Siranda, S.S. Zealandic, r 4 .
S. Rosa, S.S. Benny, S.S. Lugano, baits Deena wd

Willis



msburg, S.S.
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£ Ttaquatia, S.S
Arcaxky, Gascome, §.S. North

Carolina s Simon Bensin, S.S
Laurits Swenson, 5.S. Neuva Andalucia,
S.S. Rufina, S.S._ Britanny,
Alcoa Puritan, S.S Scottish

From British Guiana;

&.S. Ville Damiens, S.S. Helena, S.S
5.5. Sunwhit, S.S.

Patricia

Alleyne,

Murial

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flaakon Hauan, S.S Berbice, M.S,
baule, S.S. Alcoa Runner, S.S. Lady
Boskoop, 8.8. Sagona, S.S
S.S. Bonaire, S.S. Wideawake,

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ARRIVALS—By B.W.1LA.L.

From
Michael
Lewis,
Sweeney,
Klugh,

S.S. Gran Pond, S.S. Mormarow], S.S.
Trinidad: Charles
Sharpe, Menshem Dolan,
Rosemarie Sweeney,
Gaston Athanase.
Joyce Alleyne, Brenda
Louise Alleyne, Vera Marshall,
De Gannes, Cuthbert Chandler,
Matonis, William Matonis, Locadio
suero, Erie Holder, Beresford Bernard,
Edward Bleecker
Mr Joan Gonsalves, Mrs. Pearl Peters,
Mr Irene Miller, Mr. Joseph Rodrigue
Miss Sheila Conliffe, Mr. Carl Sylveste
Mrs, Beryl Sylvester, Mrs. N, News:
Mrs, I, Clarke, Master D. Clarke

Canadian Victor, S.S. Regent Tiger,
Salamis,
OQ. Regenas.
Hayward,
Ivan
George
Gaston
Tri-
Mr, Daniel Debi
Mrs. Belle Howard, Mr, Hilary Gonsalves
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For St. Lucia: Mr
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Mr. Allan Louisy, Mr
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Mr. Philip Wilkie, Mr
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FOR SALE
“MARISTOW”

Unturnished £4,000. Fully Furnished £4,500

Situated in one of the best positions on Maxwell Coast, having

its

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Lounge Dining-Room, large kitchen, Buttery, Etc, Also having
Two (2) delightful Balconies, Outside Two car Garage, Three
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Aga Khan’s Palestine
Wins 2,000 Guineas

Breaks Sunstar’s 1913 Record

NEWMARKET, April 26.

THE AGA KHAN’S grey colt “Palestine” today won

the Two Thousand Guineas,
a short head from the Amer
after a photo finish.
of 1 min, 36% secs. broke the

the first of the 1950 classics. by
ican challenger “Prince Simon”

“Masked Light” was third. The time

record for this classic of 1 min

372 secs., set by “Sunstar” in 1913.

The heavily backed “Prince Simon” started a 3

favourite, and coming with a tremendous last minute rally,
almost caught the 4—1 chance “Palestine.” Only the camera

could separate them.

U.K. Pressmen
Impressed
By W.I. Play

LONDON, April 25.

Despite the icy conditions un-
der which the West Indies began
their practice game, _ British
cricket writers were very impress-
ed by the touring team.

Under a three-column heading
“they will shake us when they
unfreeze,” the Daily Graphic
correspondent Roland Allen
wrote: “We saw batting and bowl-
ing which made us look forward
a bit uneasy towards what they
might do to England in the Tests.
This is a team teeming with per-
sonality and a lot of people who



are going to shake us up this
cricket season.”
Alex Bannister in the Daily

Mail said he was surprised tha!
skipper John Goddard risked his
players in such appalling condi-

tions with nothing at stake. “It
was far too cold even for the
weather-hardened English.”

Bannister said there was noth-
ing more pleasing yesterday than
the innings of Ken Trestrail, the
right hand bat who only recently
recovered from measles, “He
moved down the wicket like
quicksilver and is obviously a
batsman of the calibre of Weekes,
Walcott and Worrell.

Brilliant
Another batsman who caught
the eye was the brilliant young-
ster Roy Marshall, of whom

Charles Bray wrote in the Daily
Herald: “he timed the ball per-
fectly, drove with discretion and

generally looked every inch a
class batsman.”

Michael Melford in the Daily
Telegraph paid tribute to the
West Indies flelding: ‘the field-
ing was of the same high stand-
ard shown by the We Incies
predecessors, and their cheerful!
approach to the game will be

quickly appreciated by
throughout the country.”
With a wet ball and frozen
fingers it would be unfair to judge
the bowling but F. Rostron of the
Daily Express noted that fast
bowler Lance Pierre ‘managed t
make ihe ball fly occasionally
—Reuter.

0

Romero Named

No 1. For Crown
WASHINGTON, April 26

Luis Romero, Spanish Bantam
Weight Champion, who beat Brit-
ish title holder Danny O’Sullivar
in London last night for the
European Crown, was named num
ber one logical contender for the

world title in the National Boxing

Association’s quarterly rankings "
issued today. O’Sullivan is numbe1
two and Luis Galvani, of Cuba
number 3,

Vic Toweel, South African a!
British Empire Bantamweight
Champion, who meet World
Champion Manuel Ortiz for tht
title in Johannesburg on May 20
is not included among the N.B.A
list of logical contenders, but
heads the group of “outstanding
boxers” in his class

The N.B.A., who control the
sport in 47 states, consider there
are no logical contenders in the

heavy and welterweight classes, in
which Ezzard Charles and Ray
Robinson are respective cham-
pions,

Among the micdleweights, Dave
Sands, Australian and _ British
Empire Champion, heads the list
of contenders for the crown held
by Jake La Motta. He is followed
by Tiberio Mitri, of Italy, Steve
Belloise, of New York, and
Robert Villemain of France
Laurent Daughille, of France, is
among those in the “outstanding
bexers” for this class.

—Keuter.

They'll Do > It Every

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cricketers









The also heavily backed Masked
Light was favourite until the last
few minutes before the race
ptarted at 7—2, He finished five
lengths behind the American, who
was nosed out of the £13,000
prize by a short head.

Thus the three best backed
horses had, as generally anticipat-
ed, the race to themselves. With
a furlong’ to go, it looked as if the
Aga Khan's grey son of Fair Trial
would win comfortably, as both
Prince Simon and Masked Light
were under pressure, but the
giant American colt, responding
gallantly to the whip of the Royal
jockey Harry Carr, came with a
wonderful rally up the hill to the
post, and was only just beaten.

The American was not well
drawn at the start, having fif-
teenth place of the 19 starters.

Although large parts of Britain
were under snow, the sun was
shining brightly and the ewe
good for the race. The Aga Khan
had previously won the Guineas
twice with Diophon and Bahram.

—Reuler.

Yacht Racing
On Saturday

ON Saturday, the eighth Regatta
of the 1950 Yachting Season, will
be sailed off the Royal Barbados
Yacht Club,



Racing starts at 2.30 p.m., and
other times and handicaps are as
follows:—















Class
Ho. Yacht Startat Flag
B 482 Circe 2 30 Red
D 8 Peter Pan
I 3 Gem IU
I il Calypso 2 31 Yellow
I 8 Skippy 2 32 Red
l s Melody
I 10 Dauntless 2 33 Yellow
D 10 Van Thorndyke
‘
I 2 Invader
I 6 Eagle Red
nae Dawn
B 48 Fantas)
I Mohawk 2 36 Yellow
ae Rainbow
B 3 War Cloud.
B 7 Moyra Blair
B 8 Rascal a7 Red
D 9 Olive Blossom
9 Okap
I + Coronetta 2.38 Yellow
18 Clytie
or 2 Peggy Nan
D 7 Sinbad 2 39 Red
ey
D 2 Imp
D 3 Rainbird 40 Yellow
i 9 Folly
i Gnat 2 41 Red
aT
‘ 2 Scamp
r Magwir 2 43 Yellow
cee
Gir
6 Resolute 245 Red
B Mischief
1 Astra
4 Hi Ho 2 46 Yellow
( 7 Rogue
Wizard
‘ 10 Gannet 247 Red
$$
( Ranger 2 49 Yellow
N.B The following date have been
ed for Regattas
oth Regatta--Saturday, 13th May, 1950.
10th Regatta--Wednesday, 24th May, 1950
lith Regatta—Saturday, 3rd June, 1950
12th Regatta—Saturday, 10th June, 1950
Frontenac Cup-—Saturday, 24th June, 1950
H. BLAIR BANNISTER,
Starter
Internati
international

Lawn Tennis
Championships

ROME, April 26.
Jaroslav Drobny, self exiled
Czech, won the Men’s Singles

titles in the Italian International
Lawn Tennis Championships here
to-day, defeating Bill Talbert of
the U.S. 6—4, 6—3, 7—9, 6—2.

Mrs. Annalise Bossi of Italy
won the Women’s Singles, beating
Miss Joan Curry of Britain 6—4
6—2.

Miss Jean Quertier and Mrs
Jean Walker-Smith won the Wo-
men's Doubles title with a 6—2,
§—2 victory over Mrs. Joy Mot-
tram and Miss Curry in the All-
British final.

—Reuter,

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W.L. Cricket
“Jubilee
In U.K.”

LONDON

Over 200 people, including some
famous English cricketers led by
Sir Pelham Warner, attended a
party given by the West India
Club in London in honour of the
Wesi Indies cricket team. A. Bur-
ton, the Secretary of the West
India Committee welcoming the
team, said: particularly, we want
to see bright cricket, and I do hope
it will be possible to finish most
of the matches in two and a ha'f
days (aughter).”

Sir Hilton Poynton, represent-
ing Mr. James Griffiths, the Sec-
retary for the Colonies and Mr.
Dugdale, the Minister of Sta‘e
for the Colonies, who were both
kept away unavoidably, welcomed
the team on behalf of the Gov-
ernment and then Mr. Kidney,
the team manager, recalled that
it was the jubilee of th}: Vest
Indies teams’ visits to Britain
which began in 1900, when tne
West India Club raised funds to
bring the first team to Britain.

“That was the birth of West
Indies cricket in Britain.” He said,
“We want to make this a mem-
orable year and the team we have
brought over is one which is
going to play the game for the
game’s sake first of all, and we are
going to satisfy the British pub-
lic because we have got a team
which will go at the bowling and

we have batsmen the British pub-

lic will be pleased with. We have
brought our own sugar (amid
laughter) in case we did not get
any, and that was the gift of a
Barbados merchant. We did bring
some rum from Trinidad and
Barbados, and we hope Sir Hilton
is going to help us get that back
from U.K, customs, who have
seized it and without our having
to pay 29/6d. a bottle.

—B.U.P.



Constantine Plays

—_— Against W.I. Team

LONDON, April 26

Vinoo Mankad, V. S. Hazare,
and A. H. Kardar, the Indian
test cricketers, are named among
fourteen players fram whom
the Indian Gymkhana Eleven
will be chosen to play |

the West Indies cricket tourists |
in a one day match on the Gym-
khana

grounds at Osterley on
Thursday, May 4.

Learie Constantine, former

West Indies all-rounder, and R.

S. Cooper, an Indian from Bom-
bay, who plays cricket for Horn-
sey and Middlesex, are also in-
cluded in the party

The team consists of: C. Master
(Captain), V. S. Hazare, P. Um-
rigar, L. Constantine, A. Ali, O.
N. Singh R. M. Khan, R. S.
Cooper, V. Mankad, A. H. Kar-

dar, D. S. Kumana, T. H. Tip-
thorp, R. N. Singh, and L. D
Chadda

—Reuter.



The Weather

TO-DAY
Sun Rises; 5.44 a.m.
Sun Sets: 6.11 p.m.
Moon (Full) May 2
Lighting: .6.30 p.m.

High Water; 12.25 a.m,
12.09 p.m.
YESTERDAY

Rainfall (Codrington) .02 ins

Total for Month to Yester-
day: .99 ins.

Temperature (Max.) 86.5 °F.

Temperature (Min.) 73.5 °F.

Wind Direction (9 a.m.) E.
by N. (3 pum.) E. by N.

Wind Velocity 19 miles per
hour.

Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.989
(3 pam.) 29,902



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Police Shooting
Competition

The National Rifle Association
will again conduct the Caribbean
Police Forces shooting gompeti fon
this year. The match may be
fired on any day from May Ist
to December 3lst in any colony
entering a team. Each separately
organised police force in the West
Indies, British Guiana, British
Honduras or Bermuda, is entitled
to enter a team. Winners of the
competition last year were the
Jamaicans,



Savannah Club

Tennis Tournament

TUESDAY’S RESULT
Mixed Doubles Final
Miss D. Wood and Dr. C. G.
Manning beat Mrs. R. S. Bancroft
and Mc G. Patterson 7—5, 4—6,
765.

The winners of the other events
curing the Tournament were as
follows:—

La.ies’ Singles—Miss D. Wood.

Men's Singles—Dr. i: G.
Manning.
Ladies’ Doubles—Mrs. R. S.

Bancroft and Miss D. Wood.

Men’s Doubles—G. H. Manning
and P. Me G. Patterson.

Mixed Doubles Handicap—Miss
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Daniel, Branch, eadley, st,

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7 a.m. The News. 7.10 a.m. News Analy-
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The West Indies cricket team.
who have been practising at TO-NIGHT
Eastbourne, will return to Lon- Thursday, April 27th, 1950
don to-morrow, a day earlier
than originally intended, in order At
to be the guests of honour at a 8.00 P.M.
dinner at the Press Club in the an - 2
evening given by the Cricket ee

Writers Club. Lord Simon is to
propose their health, and among
the other speakers will be Lord
Burnham, Neville Cardus, Sir
Pelham Warner, J, H. Nash, the
popular Secretary of Yorkshire
County Cricket Club, and Jack
Kidney, the Manager of the West
Indies team,

The Duke of Edinburgh, who is
President of the MCC, will be
represented by Lieutenant Mi-
chael Parker, R.N., his Equerry,
who recently returned from Mal-
ta bringing with him a special
message from the Duke which
will be read to the West Indies
party at the dinner. —Reuter.



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T" I liursda. April 27 1950. Sarbains locate Prirr: FIVE CEXTS V € %  n r S 5. LABOUR WINS BY FIVE VOTES Bad weather aeain prevented %  w West Indies team practising this morning and instead they eent by coach to see BeachyHd. famous Sussex landmark. 'alcott and Piei re. both o( whom le colds stayed at the hotel. |oddird went :o Newmarket to the Two Thousand Guineas (By Cablei Worst April In 30 Years LONDON. April 26 Britain's woi v. Api I a—]* 7 in mote :han 30 years mu*n' chaos to rail and'road inipun %  round ins E. Government Is Determined To Break Dock Strike Would Use 20,000 Troops To Keep World's Greatest Port ftp,;, LONDON. April 26. I ONDON'S STRIKING DOCKKRS today d,.,;,,,.,, ,„ ,.„„. a* Unite their 17-day old slrike after | nan ,„ „. hj| .| derided against u return tu work until a hallo) |,,. \, r ,., held. About MW strikers attended the meeting, held it heavy rain. __ —•• Man.v of them had nhrauat UK ""V '> %  % %  utt ..( tin .sink,-, ii, pubnon of three men Transport Wor!:crUnion Got n,,., part in last year's strike. In the docks, about 11.000 uockJ.000 troops were worklnj 45 ships vital foodstuffs. Another 1,000 men had jolnec • %  like today, brlngin 8 iln total to 14,400 — more than nail the port labour force. TinI.undon Dock Labour Uoaro was meeting today. Observers thought it might issue .. go-backor-be-nred" uluni t %  nighi gnawad thai to use more than 20.000 troops it neceiaary to break th. dock slrike coiwiemned by Ministers as Cominuiusl-inspiiiil I i-nt .'.head to bring in the first 1,000 airmen tomorrow to join more than 3,000 soldiei men already at the idle docks, and expected to five ir fon Marshall Down With Measles WALCOTT HAS A COLD Advocate Con-capo nOrnt i LONDON. April 26. It was confirmed this morning Halt Boy Marshull believed ye&ttrday to be suffering from in*aaua had contracted measles. He has been removed to an notation hospital at Eastbourne mi according to Mr. J. M. Kid%  r/ is expected to be there for about 10 days Big disappointment for Mai •ball whose 20th birthday was naterday is that he will not only rial seeing the FA Cup Final at fanbley on Saturday but also that he will have little chance aew of opposmi; Stollmeyer and lie for the position of opening batsman for the first county game' an emergency Inb Uainst Worcester on May 6. proachitiu 10.000 m -nd. If tin U out. the Governn i %  to see that the n it and that the %  voti is kept open. National Dock 1.1 %  "• %  Rruter. Parliament Packed With Crutches And Sticks London lOUntl :es id earlv Jordan Short Cirri-iits U.\. Plan n f^ondon considered to-da toh". Thousands of cany travellers Ro the capital ware delayed freak winterIn-aprlns and ice clogged railway felled trees and telegraph Nocked roadi JtBton railway centres wen1MB unable lo sort out the awules raused by bn •4 Notation of stations, With ear1 morniiin tempi rates i|.wn t< pMtog point, the electricity nu%  dt)' imposed heaw powei %  throughout England. —Renter. %  gion had short cireuib Jerusalem Observers beln %  is now | f| future decided. The m. the Old I I Jordan bra %  %  velopment no* %  : the JewJahi Jerusalem New City in the State of Israel. —Renter. Trinidad Council Speaker Leaves For England ft// Discuss New Orders For Council MR. WILLIAM SAVARY, Speaker-Designate of the new Trinidad Legislative Council, left Barbados lasl night m his way to England on the S.S. "Oaacagtw" I i list i fW n ew standing orders for the Cornell. U.S. Will Launch locket Next Month PORT Bn He ani" Uai in th< aftarnoon Intrwi H m Trinidad Cal.. April 26. VT„ waplane tendei "Norton !" converted Into .1 Moating "ing pound, was leaving to t'l the launiliing of a 50 ""el next imnth al a je "Pot In mid-Paclnr to aid -earrh > ,IL ,citnu "t. aid to-day ch the highest nude m attained by an; ' %  %  %  " instruments are %  rocket. nose to record re-. "* n nriinin haj auwaj III the past. I do not ink she will stoji I i • %  .11 id eon* tac! nu-ti.i i iveriunflni In linden t'luiii m Buain to lie handled h • <>n pace 3. Poles Expel Last British Correspondent Guilty of "Unobjectice Reporting" Rei %  U N %  K, ||ci London I ; ...nn the m ihe Western E*n I "Mi iistrj %  ion pubiii'". : inn 18 b %  %  %  Yi|. |r. fluist's rtaaea %  %  iiui.mimimt.ttii, %  %  proteau i R'uln —Renter. I %  %  it,,.,,.„ | i ; —RrMier. Mr WILLIAM I w lull Mr. |ava Wvacatr %  l %  %  Hand. h. New Republic Proclaimed In Indonesia DJAKARTA. April 20. %  %  Hibttc of ..I, I %  %  Hie the to.! Abdul Axil %  \ %  Axis later surrendered. 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THI-HS PAV. APHII. 27. UH li Vltli MM!. MUCK Ml PAGE FIVE 15.000 Pounds Of Fish F IOM APR"-• ' **"! **. IS 042 pounds 01 tish i ihrouth the Public Mails This ""> ir '" lbs ' shark. 2(15 Si !" albacore and 240 lbs. ot L-HO were brought in. "on, fisherman told the Advo_lt that they "" still catching a Z„j quantity Of flying lish and -jrfv expect this to keep for a few SSsSsSSs For Wounding %  ar hc " h s b ~ n ,a r y Th s %  -— — %  On the other hand a butcher and you must go to prison for ,ud that with the large catcheg three months" said Mr. D. D. !T fish and the arrival of comed Morris to Verena Crawford of tt,! and salted Ash. he is finding i Powder Road. Station Hill, veshird to sell his beef in the market terday when she was found guilty Be said that recently very few of wounding Gwcn Hi! ra w> are being butchered because upper part ot her left arm with .JKJ are selling most Argentine broken bottle, and Australian meat. In giving medical evidence Dr. COME RESHIENTS ul St Lucy Payne said on April 15 he saw 3 travelled long distances last y Magistrate* for contrav. rntfto two. Public Health Act arc inado appeal to Ihe Assistant Court of Appeal.' if n. i the lervice oi the Solicit, ir General.' n pointed out in a loiter from the Colonial Set Ueneral Board of Health, read at the met yesterday. The Commissioners of Health of St Philip ha ividuaUy .i letter to the Board of rfealtl considered the linos imposed for thi ; %  %  : i *> From pair You haW requires %  .M.MIl.llerM.IIHlil.L; I Mr. Manning at yesti; meeting said that he was aware whlps Labour Wins By Five Votes the position had now improved What had been happening that .some people bad been ignoring the summons to attend the Court Tor .(,<• partici three alveri were at work on orcent-e, taking into for them to hear the Police Hand the PoHcJc kOVaU the no doubt, that the fine %  A few said that on other occasions ballast from the hatches. They small lie knew that lately two but the exw tl>ey listen to the Band when it were using a single rope and block such offend. to scheduled to play at Pie for bringing up the heavy pieces 2 5/respectively, and this should Uvea A Corner. ....-.„..., of iron. :: example to others, the QovMiunenl B UDGETOWN LNJOYED one Another purpose of their diving Op the lUMiUoi I they of its coolest days — day. The temperature degrees fahrenlieit in the and a light wind blew throughuu. SUociNK HUH occurred on .The three men were going down to tt.1*-Tto. g • *. I —Kr -u_ from a muses which was anchored of their falhi-r Mr. K K. II rhorne -„n 1 Tuesday. The first *TTnile—"*M..ti C4 over the Po-ick's hull. One if iln id n out at Lancaster Plantation St divi[s ( |niji (jocn inent .., Jwnes. at about 1030 a.m. anbetween hls leelh destroyed six and a half acres of Th|S (iiver |d h BoanL the result cal i| the ju eral nit on The Hoard approved an appliDtodvUnc What k tax WIBM u is IM i iraiiinin ivhlefa are %  mi n 4.ntr v .i. orderttaaaMi obedie n ce, layaltj aad '-p4.ii> ior i %  oper IKHI Mid HI ui> I P |l "'nli.l Uul tkaaa attrihaitca aaatabj ni aali be ateai i bul ah—M i>( %  \ius to | MI i, l iinl ol lh IMIIIIMForce bs %  over a verv loin T.B. Hull Off To Si. Lucia Mr. T. H Hull HODOnj %  Feat Indies. (iaKNnlas: night on a visit to lone ai DM >. i latTon by cable from the Adntlnla* I meeting of the %  0B Monday May 1. Tins RMt mmomorate the IM representation granted to the Windward Islands as a result ot M-u b) Mi Wood, afb rd Halifax v : %  Office to i .; new cowatitutton Mr Hull who was ihen prupiu-tor of Roaeau BugM ft I %  %  became the Aral alsicM cil in IM et e cta d H-uik the lata T Q ITM H W ^ >TOP THAT _ g c0 U G H / ^^^ ITS TIME YOU TOOK SOME VENOS/ VfNO'5 t.il-lo.n, COUOH MrXtUM 'aHll.T T-.II. i,,. <,;. ( tt. run and protects. '^ mKl SmitM art wotted away. Cougbng ill* k are nbevad. Taat coealaot imuuui in lha ibnal u aUayca. Reued upoo Ice ovr ya Tilt IOEAI remrty fo, COUCHS COL01 I mOKCHItiS %  I.I.H.M I 1 CATARRHAl ASIHHA I It IIITT C010J IhlOHI C0UCHSI '^tN'S COUCHS I VENOLV LIGHTNING COUGH MIXTURE GOOD and tasty ripe canes They are the m rina xonaM GIKI four ""'"' ,v '"" %  " -*" 1 '"< %  I no proveo a ^.ha'SacS.ot third croi """ f V ?? Cl '' d ck ls ,h ;k v e.tlon from Mr. II. V. Marion to Conserve, jadahal! acres ot third u prepared tliouah cuarter of an a.r,of wur Bra! f ,„. any danger,... tnis damage is also covered by m—m lasurance The canes and grass # are the property „f Mr R K 0111 Kid' Amil'S af Comrie. St. Michael. G LADYS MOTTLE V ol 'hipn.ent of 1.500 bags of McClean's Gap. Britloiu British t.n, ed In the The division .n>A Kali \:L" e .f i Bank Lie The Hoard considered S. !" ,„f"V Mr A V BENJAMINS HEALING OIL (or in1 %  2/|lr l.uMli .. BRUCE Sarhlv\i^:hcb h.i-1 i.out ulien they're made with M.mnitc how khilJrcn po Tor them too. Manhe Li rich ID the Bi viunnns thai bi bodily Bmeaa and to infection. Use in soup 1 *, sauces—it's as economic. as it is ar-pctisiiip. Sandwiches made with MARM1TE The Vitamin b /vast Food a a %  a a It tn.U, d %  JAVaVSVa"/ Fresh for your Pets ! IH KIN A IMH, CHOW PUKINA RABBIT (HOW h luoe. Jones & Co, Ud. libUlbuUrs. T33.v at A^iutons?" "s"later '5"' ' 2 50 "•! "' ""' cnm Tnkin, the matter of the 15 !" ??:. An art?*."?.-"!£ modity to have arrived rot BarSU ppi v te u, performed by Dr. H. I, Massiah bado! ,„ ; and death A as attributed le Thc franc? natural causes. rVK.NhI.1. I. A K R I K R ot out a ii. "I Ihi.M.. K Smith Uoo/the H"r dent recently Also involved was motor car _ X 51, owned by Beam. I'li^M I* I'Ult ol Maxwell Road and driven by PiU Evcrlon King of Rockley Chri$t Church. Lamer was riding his bicycle at the time of the accident. ,' v^fc I h v '' I *'"*"* m %  lust bafon rived n The % %  'd Bt Amitv Lodge, Cbrial chut.: \V N The UeDort of 'he Oovernment homr Reuler ii. -i .-. %  ONE GOOD DEED" About 00 p.„ -.viiM l fruit from St. I.,. by the "Adallna other carco ernvliig bj thi N tXIHBITION of Handisel was comprised of ,011 %  \ i UUj IGO Bali i Uh tc'ii % %  craft Work, done by Kle copra, ehaieoal and unstiuared unury Teacher, during th. Posts. Easter vacation, will be held at Thi >s consigned to Wesley Hall School at HI 0 clock the Schooner Owners' A today. TNIE SANITARY Commission„ . i era of the Parish of St rallt'll DlHIKl't Michael, will hold %  meeting at the Parochial Buildings. CheapWhile drawing a cart laden side, at 1230 p m. today. Frozen Currencj k,f|is U.S. Films From Argentina NKW YORK. April 26 An agreement between Arajenwlth bags of coal along Trafalgar tlna ana tt t mo tion Picture AssoTTIIl: ——— ,,,,,,i Square about I.'.' 'ieialion of America opening the %  %  Britain. London, M %  i %  %  T %  raward for her good d< i class return lickliner Maloja ">lo the Careenage at' Walcott olBaycroit Roa.i. si. Anwrl ycsterclay Micha ,, t ; fell shortly, be reached, Recording to S !" A ""^'"7 donkey to its feet. It was not Trade Jot) ind *o see what aM V,.-, The paper to-day reported that in and what they n ul,u the confer' nt goinK "Golfito" Coming S'^an'sh'.rl.. A /.ir-crdwll FSb, HE NMJCI el Black Rock Company v,.ll call at Barbados •'0"ol aESaJB SvM 9" ff rt hoid ...a: X" S£S-B. ;^ rc "^ -he talk I O0rC f Kged'T I' :bt -"Thls vessel is consigned j*u-.i lo one Dauy Moore and Mwsrs R M Jones Co .. Ltd Only $4024 worth i now li I *o be rei... I Eric Johnato. the atP dent, and Dr. Ramon Can %  %  I likiliThe men tm *. on butt: .. L u'l?" Thursday M> II lo take pa,a*enlhe . xpci laIll)ri Irll ,t the ilnal gcrs for England. hurdle will tie %  I eared I .• <>n the froz<: '" the Empire Theatre, is progreasinr Bush Hall waa found guilty ot i-h n i/m la askin*. DM add. %  Mrpentera hive startc' stealing a stove val-.cd at £110 10 **-J J""" 1 '* *$ "'i IO '*y -B-*. -and some o, the Jha^ o, EU, c lark, WtfggW The iteps at ,h LprU M and U. Jr" Brightenmn prospects of J already made Mewrs. Clarke M . A. J. U Hanschell Magis!^* m „7 follow lenjthy dSacuswork "^ su P en iS,n f E ,n< Irate of DUtncl "A" sentenced ^ ;l Ql r>r. Cer. him to one months imprisonment c ^ 0 t arrival ''.' Mr with hard labour yesterday. JohnMcO.' the MPA ,nt '-fcJ^TLE SEX irUTC on c INC rortniaM i. ClUCAfinur U-K NO LIGHTS: 20/UNt Europe lai*,*!,.^' .* 0,nen behaved WMJves much better than men Arthur Clarke of RragHHill. (;ii ., .-dor to ArgenZ-VJ !" according to a crime St Joseph was I jr^/rom the F B I. There was drivtlll the motor van O167 on ex ,., jTjgjMe of 4.5 per cent in the Waterforda Road on April 8 aboul now that he ha* reached the UnitaarTZa* T, cn %  n sU "* 1 i ;i. without having two ligms ed States on *** nt. in the number oUi ACCOMMODATING HIKI.IS turn whtc %  %  i DaCk row 30 I for 1WO and In the mi | : the Aim rot and i:< lo U \l RV TOILET SOAI'S ueraaiAL ijjtiiiLM III M HIM IMli* ^ hat's on Todaj J • Error le.M am "*? % %  el Coanmiuionrrr •I Health St Michel at it.Je am. 'TS K 'alnt~ at a.ae BJo. "e rhu.d .i ion. St. Philip ** '• am burning at the front Of the van. For I'ldals %  ea fined 20 to be paid insistcu Him';' in 14 day. or 14 days' Imprisonyearly. Instead of the 500 to aoe, ment by His Worship Mr A .1 II brougll dollar shortBaoochotl yesterday I that DCUAWnCn OrCereijo revonsidrred ihi' Calvert Edwards a labourer • %  f rew was re 1 No dollars hav< he was charge.-! i*' <• lie '*" "hr r,._rur> in taw aaat to ymmn \ ship Mi breaking %  %  "*•** %  "* %  ery shop of Frank a^aanaar at Has*. buck Strert and iliihag fnaa %  -ReaUr. EPHEDROL qtti kly 1 tiic 1 c 1 COLDS and CATARRH It tlt.trBM n.i-.'l pAa* MgCalO r*ini\ t iCuttlMM and tin vlistrt lalng v (Mini head i owi aad Catnrrffi. I h< > act nl naaal application bottle li infinitfli bettet thu ^pray or di i.d 'in hattdbag Off pocltM Nitbotll fear .it leakage. Mod :.g| ari d ObUlnable from all DTHI KHraa : KMatUm 1 in \,IM> 1 j,i l|~" TOWJt eefcaee Hhiie COTTON umiiv .„i„ur.u I...I.I.I. in lllur. f.reen. (..,1,1 I'lnk (M X 4SI S 2.11a Berreckaea 1 celettrec Werea COTTON mun.Mn I. old. Klne. (,rei 11 !l v IHI eat li SI .'.IJ M % %  11 iiKi-ii nmii.v nak, Haa, Oreea QeM „ %  W) ,.„ii 1 • : >'•' It II lllttll • (II a Ml each 11.11 CAVI SMrWD & Co.. LTD. 10, II. 12 & 13 BROAD STREET rot it nun: HI 1 o\u \ t PHMUE IN A NEW VAUXHALL i/A'Al OR WYVSUi KrtgSS l W cm in 1 New shipment of these Cars recently Arrived. IIOHIKI IIIUM III*. -Mil HISSi <.VII\.h.


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ptr.r six HEMRY mRnuw; ADVOCATX Tfimsnw \rnii w BY CARL ANDERSON '. MICKEY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY i MOOOfl S>N5RN -O *ccc v -_s: K >. iAWO\ The Hiil.ll...( ihIlril lliiiniiiw POP I x %  v V ->*;-, RIP KIRBY BY ALEX RA\ .1. lN•^Ol*t •^.:ClXT iN THI CTVI %  0O_*US-CCSS M' %  AVOUAswutT ve Jivi KNOCKOUT "case...: M irs^ ; e*_s %  numm s IONB %  ~OOTTA MB SO^ 60IN6\TKB fi'cMi WAS ~0 --"iNOl [*i*V IT a* .**'.! ,. ~ ,7 Ml ID 30 TILLVtX. I -M Strawberries (tins) Sineillevs Itluik flirrjMIII (tins) Brooks IVurs {2 l \ Hi tins) Ausi Sliced Peecnes (1V( Ih tfau) Silver Leaf Apricols (2 1 Hi tins) AJ1 Pears (1 Ht tins) Ausi. Trnpiwl Fruit Salad (2 1 .. Hi tins) Trinidad drape Fruit Hearts (tins) t inkluil Cherries (bols.) 1 rinidad Orange & Grape Fruit Juice—tins H ianemas: Three Bays Tomato Juke tins iamaica Orange Juice—"tins Apple lulce (bota.) Robinson'* Orange Barle) Watei ... Claytons Lemon Squash (bota.) „ Limn Juice Cordia] (bota.) Hire*' Bays Pineapple Juice—tins Canned Meats Walls Pork Sausages urns) 71c. Swifts VHHUU s.iusages (4 oz. tii") 21k. n.mish CockUU aajiaacea JMit. Swills Veal Loaf •) " lius) 47c. Danish Pate de Foie (tin*) Mc Fames Petted Meat \ss>ried (tins) 20v. Palethorpes Cumhrid|{e Sausages (tins) 71. Wines, Liqueurs, Beers, Stouts \\< nirkcii Vi-Sloul ( h.iiubcrlin 1SI.1 Boll Crcme de M.nlhf ... Ilrnriliitiiu' HUM WinriirniN ... -• (. irdon's Dr\ ('.in 2..'ill %  I! '"Ihs I .".n (House of I.mils) 2 '.li Gilkya Empln Ki ,i i .in Pon Wine U| S.7I >i Ewans (R.MI l.M Label) Bert %  P. V. SCOTT & Co., Ltd. Condiments & Extracts Cobnut Muslord ('. lb tins) Mnriuns C'urrv Powder (bills.) Morions Drit-il 8 %  : C (bols.) Morions Ground Giuuer (bols.) Morions Miveil Spice (bols.) Bovtil (bols.) si l.ii 'in i,o Oxo (jarsj || |] s.', Miitmile (OOtt.) l.o J} Celery Sail (jars) :i;, Cerebo. Tabli (tins) 3



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PAGF. TWO HUiRVDOS ADVlH A.I THURSDAY, APRIL •;. m tfaJuJb (falling coot YARD WIDE PICTIRtfn IIF.Rt:. 1* Mm. KoMniund Wright, thr %  .-**!> who live* on Ouiim Inland off the noTOu-a-l Betel •>> Antigua and ouni a group or about a dozen other smaller MaiirK — H H Ml ni'lurr HI. taken In the ground* of Ihr Ilotrl Wlndae? ihtvfl] Mtri aV left the hotel lo board Ihr ' L L Y W O O D: den in llwl i -because of the Thin %  %  •i productior %  ftcr M ligm m /! otres aomethiny lo the coolie hat, sotnet**** RBI *••* %  shade. this luce-decked shalIoi£H^otimd canWM-4 ***" J'aiam lrau>. trimmed uitfi bhae velvet. Ihr i hra%liu* In palm ire* itr.irrfnl IWU, %  Crazy Hats In A Crazy World 10, rabbit. , tfjxl !" attention V --hops are full liner showed l nrt • %  I one; and buyers nest full of fluffy veUo .,,. ;( %  ; • neat toft another u %  ^^^^ Rupert and the Dragon Pills—28 to her Inland home. %  and panied by Capt W. U visited and inspected the Lazaretto yesterday niorinnK Arriving Saturday S IR OBOHOI SEEL. K-CJI.O the new Compu Development and Wl •Ti. hrrr lhat nylna fUh pi-. And wint* tipped WWII MB If •andi. Hire riatura* alorloua power l>old iwti .1 human handi ... rnd of day U le-lms inn OaMR down in colora aen by ivm*. Mrs. Adam John folk* who liveWest Indies and also British Cochairman of :. mission will be arriving M' : BaUMdM .11 sw It ha. on bu with Mi an I BeWa On the Way O N THE high seas bound ( %  Barbadoa, is a colon Saturday, Also due to arrive on Iba %  •uuinu." tot Bartx ., M*T i Latest New* or i l^j'r ; rw lowing, wttli H..". : % %  HmU, a lontin lln| pu-lurcs of his wedUinii Awy l-or Six Monlht L ADY VIOLET : %  \l Norfolk, wore a 100LTJ ( ,.I from Colly ilnrbados. Htaril u it w '-i:t Uvtai monllis wttil %  "-' V 1 Bngl I will I short.. I Jones RedirainK on Friday M l liools. I bai .•xhiliitLi M since Off to B.G. .. M | ) who i Been in W.I. Since 1947 fit AM) HJ 1. S %  the lunbwi and his i %  Vlncant so very probubl> on %  I, tinmm will ihrwaraI Teaching Art G B I HAM IS %  Antigua has bean appomt.- %  %  %  prriodi<. D to EimlaiiO >: % % %  holiday an „>n. 111. I'll..-. A i-ll kr.. May, ar. i .i i in boat. In view 0* Ibi .listing dock %  trika tn Antigua havini '^ %  : I ID ired to thtteamer. B.G. Beauty Queen %  I .• hoUoaj, in Barbados On wemg i fit imokc thl %  : irtlr. Kupcrt by dropp.: %  jnd the food. i"J by Auk HE iwy it 'op ipa . f thl ill* i'eai %  il being angry. *ie now bowinji polncly. %  I he*t :rut ihe young dragon i MV tiw ig*d Voo must poi-' %  BU nnDH itor> BMW H.vf h^rn irue." Of courn "And Tht yount drafea ETIMI I Thj-'s i %  on to work it: LXYDLBAAXI 1 %  • %  N '. I I L LOW .1 ,pc. in all h*u. cow latten an V < r>|i|.^iain guuUtioa V H W B R W R H D W Y D S M C N D IQDZNLCHr-1 HV i : i R AVI ATI* riJH* ( I % I MA (M.mr^.s Onl^T IT a 30 "DA AND j I" \< N A WARMER lull's PI B W i Still in Barbndog IVI %  loa. He was the M 1 ; and BY THE WAY "y Beachcomber A BSD ..1K.UI • .aid "Thal'l it." ,,, If Ho oul s ...I.I 111 ,v,., asks aw dad to play P 010 In /'.. free look ,„„..-. 1....1 I low If ffaMtf „) llli.mh ..no think „.„ buka %  ( %  %  ,.,!.. ,it poll.rlk imugban, "Way Tjo ... i %  "'"" OrkogratJT" tal i •-' Wha w, d not %  i o what rmn I „-. knot | : i.ion bom %  i I'l'.'""/iii/./jii'i''' F OK lluliisl Innc in ln,i.o> history tlio book thililni made from the bOOl %  u loa Aim i the ln...k made from tinMm I lii in ii.-. Heart' will bt Ihl olumn I.I.OIIS; toll M MAI IMI IMI Ml.Ill I IM oil i I mo, IIS NaVI Vath Slarl i u i no mi i,-i. reHea .. i M M \. i "v n \t.i I,In, : -III Mlsll I \KM i in i lie, C M H iaa I .nils I nilii m WmmOmm *T l.iidi'<>' .i/- from 711^-1. 4 hildrrna. I? 70••BaftWllwrill" .irdle-s Si/ s •2—l I from II. 64 EVANS and WHITFIELDS BROAD STREET COCO-TE CALYPSO JOE CROSSWORD 1 %  i 1 7 — II T 1 %  f J '3 r-f_ 1 p i I 1 BIG ADDED ATTRACTlOfj AT THE :PLAZA (YOUR POPULAR CINf^ niinv ONLY \T s.30 P.M. ; s: The JUBILEERS QUARTET & ti H-1 Down. Sim. i Lu>tm. l-7 8. Thl. la -illy. (6) %  iid. AlieniaUtc t. %  10 %  on: r •*) \oo>piri1. IOI iorn la fowl. (31 Produces a pun lamr. Hi Part 01 tlir bow. (81 Tlirr* letter* 'In(Icrt ni -tniil was %  • y ii must b* %  ..il. i4' lid ta> S. irroia. ulo -Inipiv (41 ll omit or oalntul cotnliii (ST 141 t ro! %  ell in A MUSICAL PROGRAM inrludlne CALYTflOBS. SPIRITI'AUS. BALLAIM . Also . I at V\ miiT 1 \. lion Mil HER KIND OF MAN" with DANK CLARK, JANIS PAIGE and ZACHARY MATINEE: TO-DAY AT 5.00 P.M7 Picture Only — HER KIND OF MAN" set* EMPIRE TH E ATRE TONIGHT AT 8.30 O'CLOCK IKIMIIAII'S 1'O.TI.AK < ALYl'SOSlANg IXJHD ZIEGFIELD ^MIGHTY SPOTLT*. LOKI) PRETENDER "TniNIDAD MlDC^ianasi * % %  ; -.. ii*. aa, -. n. 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PAGE OGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE Turnsnw U'IUI H Aga Khan's Palestine Wins 2,000 Guineas Breaks SunnUirs 1913 Record NEWMARKET. April :>(! THE AGA KHANS grey coll "Palestine" lod.,-. the Two Thousand (lumens, the firsl of the 1950 da a short head from '' t duitaogar "Prince Simon after a photo finish. "Masked Lipht" was third. The time of 1 min. 36| sees broke the record for this classic of 1 min 37J sees., set by "Sunstar" in 1913. The heavily backed "Prince Simon" started favourite, and coming with a tremendous last minute rally, almost caught the 4--1 chance "Palestine." Only the camera could separate them. U.K. Pressmen Impressed By W.I. Play LON!X)N. April 25 Despite theIq enditions unrier which ihe West Indies began :actice game. British flani American coll. responding cricket writer* wire very impresgallantly lo the whip or the Royal ed bv the tourtnjE learn. J*y J"TT. C rT \5"^ l *" 1 }. a Undc) „ ,„..„„,„ wonderful rally up the hill to the • %  they w.ll shake u. when the? post. ; n d u as oiuy juat beaten. -T ? ,.., ._.„, (jr-ohh Thc American was not well M 1 ," tcenth place of the 19 starters, wrote: "wc saw butting and bowi** The also heavily backed Maxkni Light was favourite until the I--.' few minutes before the race Started at 7—2. He finished five lengths behind the American, who %  i out of Ihe JL 13.000 prize by a short head Thus the three best backed homes had, as generally anticipated, the race to themselves with a furlong to go. it looked as if the Aga Khan's grey son of Fair Trial would Win comfortably, as both Princr Simon and MonJccd Light were under pressure, but the lng which made us look forward a bit uneasy towards what might do to England in tin Thin is i laun tcemUi 1th ptraonality and n lot are going to shake us up Ufel cricket sean.ii." Alex linnm-": M BM 1Mb Mail H rprlKd th3* playan an such a| lions with n ;'>te It was far too cold even for the weather-iur-ientti ( Bannister nothing more plnaaing. yesterdl Die inniniis of Ken right hand but "ho only recently recovered Cram mi. m M< moveii ktl like quick:-, Hilly a batsman ol Uh Weekcs, Walcott and Worrell. Brilliant Another baUHUfl who the eye v. .,< the brilliant ster Roy Marshall, of Charles Br*> w rota In the Dally Herald: "he Umad UM t.nll pei fectly. drove with diacraUon and generiilly looked l 11 class bataman." Michi.cl II) l>all> Telegriaph West Indies aCldlng %  the tieldIng w; %  : ard si predet* .. ill be quickl; rfc keters throucfiiQiit the count! and (rQam fingers it would be IJj Daily Kxprea* n "managed to make <)>< txill flv occasionally —Realer Although large parts of Britain were under .•-now. the sun *as shining bnnhtly and the going was %  00*1 for th' race. The Aga Khan had previously won tlic Guineas twice with OSOBNOH and Hahrani. —Reuler. \ acht Racing On Saturday Romero Named \o J. for drown WAS!" Lull ; Bantam %  in London Last nlghl %  Hw IN Associ i %  two and Luu> Gal' i.umber 3. t anton. who n i %  title in Johannes! ui >: on Is not incluit' %  NBA headThe N B A in the %  %  ui Ray pions. Sands. Australian and British %  at by Jake U Molta He is followed by Tiberio Mitri. ol Hah Belloiso, of New York, and France Laurent DaughilU-. amoii) -n> class. —Renter ON Saturday, the eighth Regalia of ihe 1950 Yachting Season, will he sailed off the Royal Barbados Yacht Club. Hacmg gtartl at 230 p.m., and other times and handicaps are as follows:— am S-. IMM Start at llaf D %  %  ltr.1 1 11 I: %  2 11 V*llo 1 B BJUpi | 1 33 Hvd 1 10 D 10 Mrlud> v... naftafe* i a Yrlkiw i ; I .... ii* D-WI a u fUd a w. 1 1 %  t 38 YPIIC* ii a s W.i C %  rta>c; Q .< %  Bit MSi I XI Red i t %  IS ("roinn. 231 vetan j Sir Pelham Warner, attended l party ftvea hy tho West India Club in London in honour of the Wesi Indies cricket team A BurSecretary of the We.: India Commitlee welcoming the team, said: particularly, wc want to see bright cricket, and I do hope it will be possible to finish moat of the matches in two and a half days (laughter)." Sir Hilton I'oyntoii. repr*lenting Mr. Jame* Griffiths. Ihe Secretary for the Colonies and Mi. Dugdale, the Minister of Sta'j for the Colonies, who were both kept away unavoidably, welcomed the team on behalf of the Government and then Mr. Kidnev. the team munager. recalled that it was the jubilee of tht, Vi-,t Indies teams* visits to Britain which began in 1900 West India Club raised funds lo bring the first team to Britain "That was the birth of West Indie* cricket in Britain He sa I. We want lo make this a memorable yoar and the i brought over is one which is going to play the game for the game's sake first of all. and we aw going lo satisfy the British public because wc have g< Which will go at Ihe howling an' : itantn the British public will be pleased with Wl brought our own sugar (amid laughter) in case we di.. It.H Radio Hroatr.imiins •nivasnAY Awii n. iteo ; 10 %  m. N*w An Sporuna! R**o'd 1.30 %  r oehMtral Orgin* The Oar Savannah Club Tennis Tournament TUESDAY'S RESULT Mixed Do* bleu Final alias D. Wood and Dr C. G Manning beat Mrs. R. S. Bancroft and Me G. Patterson 7—5, 4—6, :—3. The winners of the other i c'uring the Tournament were as fallows-— %9 ir% staii**— Miss D Wood. Men* Singles—Dr C O. Manning. Laaies Doubles—Mrs. R S Bancroft and Miss D. Wood. Men's Double*—Q H Manning and P. Mc G Patterson. W.I. Team Guests At Dinner LONDON, April 26. The West Indies -Ticket team, who have been practising at Eastbourne, will return to London to-morrow, a day earlier than originally intended, in order t0 be the quests uf honour at a dinner at the Press Club in the evening given by the Cricktt Writers Club Lord Simon is to propoae their health, and among the other speakers will be Lord Burnham. Neville Cardus. Sir Pelham Warner. J. H. Nash, the popular Secretary of Yorkshire Count? Cricket Club, and Jack Kidney, ihe Manager of the West Indies team. The Duke of Edinburgh, who is President of the MCC. will be r t pwsion tt d by Lieutenant Mi.hael Parker. R.N his Equerry, who recently returned from Mating with him a special message Uke which will be read to the West Indies party at the dinner —Reuter on Om fciamltonol ImrnoMaliu a %  aitwtakk B.li *aii P-vihoo Pl%er. ISim LUIW" War*! 9 amCk-< 44WK U .Noon. Th. r — Xr*Amh-i' tal P.mPro.,dr Llll P" %  Hrrber. HUr. I IS p m ttod %  p m Tlr 3 15 em port K*vl*W 3JB P •" " %  up th* Curtain !*• pm Tw-ntuIkon* m Ttv. N-w. 4 10 M. TI^ 4 IS p.in Th* Aflvrniur*. u.lr (n, the Thtsittr S p.m Uten*r* Cho. !" si* piprormm* Pirfl 5 30 p.m. Tn* O0 S> pfn S*r*dv Mcpn#ion %  < "" Tliiaai >r(n < P" rnm ih* Third Pr^fiiir 1 P '" Thr N>w. 10 f.m Hn Analx.U 15 pm Wf Sit Btllan, !* %  % %  > N>l-ttM %  p ( n lUrt." Nf"twl SIS pm Tn|.int Ar-,in1 wiin Hctb#f1 Hodpr "30 pm f SALVATION ARMY • ANNUAL TAG DAY Friday. May .'illi LOOK YOUR 6 Vour hair will be handsomer by far when you treat it h. Vaseline' Hair Tonio Just use a tew drops a day... then see the difference! Buy a bottl* today! VI ase |in S *> 'till Kraut* Saiuidaiv. 13th Mth Ba*a!la fl-lurdav 3rd June. 1130 %  %  II III Mil BANK Stailrr Constantine Plays Against W.I. Team LONDON. April 2 Vinoo Mankad, V 9 Kaxfta .nid A H. Kardai. the Indiai test ertckttcri, are nained tnatti| I n whom the Indian Gymkhana Eleven will be chooen to pla> I Indies cricket tourists .:-. -L oav day match on tiia Oytnkliana ui t,iie\ on Thursday. May 4. Lea tic Conttantino, former : M ;ill-rounder. and R i. an Indian from Uooibay, who plavs nukei (01 HoD H3 and MUkteaaa arc also Inrhided in the parts i' Haata (Captain). V S. Harare, p I'm rigar, L Constant.lie. A. Ali. O N Slngt H M Khan. R S Cooper. V Mankad, A. H. Kar.!..i. D. S. Kumana, T. H. Tipihoip. II N Singh, and L D —Reuter lutt-rnaliouul 1>UHII Tt-nnis (iliuiiijiioiishipH K>Mt:. April 20. Jaroalat Drobnj. aaU axllt d CMcb, Won the Men'x Singles titles In the Italian InlernaUunal Lawn Tennli • i.nni lunships here the U.at ~4, 6—J. 7—9, 6—2. Mill Anlu.il.-. IlUBM „f Hi,l> won the \\ i s, beating ltaln ti 4, %  hii Jean Quertlei and Mr Icai Walki i Smith won the Wo'I. with a 6—3. r. | vleton ovai llri tram and Mill < —Real. r. The Weather TO-DAY >un KUra; 5.44 . ^ull Seta: fill p.m. Moon trull) MA> %  UgUtBgl o iii pm. High Water: 12 25 a.m. 12.OS pjn. YESTERDAY Raaaaaal it udriniton) 02 iu loUl for MuliUi Ui I eale. da>: ,S nileruperdture (Max.) gfi.5 1. Irmprr^lurr (Mill i 1U Wind Hur.ii.Mi i* a.aa ) by N. (3 pm > E. by N Hind VekHilt 19 luile. per hour. rUrometrr (9 aro.) 29 989 (I p.m ) 29.992 | The/U Do It Ever) Time / '(' HEV, FRANi<-voa CAN STRAIGHTEN ME OUT ON SOMETHING PHOTOGRAPHy 15 V HOBBY-CAN I PEPUCTBaPTOP THE RENT FROM 'W 'NCOME TAX ON ACCOUNT OP |I60TAQ*RKRCQW IN THE CELLAR ? %  ~..._,. fly Jimmy Hado TMAT CB.LOW EATON S JRE ,S SOPULARHE'S I'VE BEEN V. HAD A a*v£ooHD %  WANTING TO ASK^ X "V s KXJ.FRANKIE CAN ANVBODYuSE THE SHORT FORM? My SON AOQvSRSR THE CSOVERNMENTIS THAT A CAPITAL GAIN? AND HOW ABOUT*li CH-'BOyiHOWS ABOUT LUNCH NEXT 1 WEEt//_ % %  • %  X TRYING TO ML< SOME "FOR FREE "INFO FROM PRANCS X.SMPTION THE INCOME EXPERT--.. ALLEYNE ARTHUR & CO.. LTD. HIGH STKEET BUILDING MATERIALS Include OAI LNUBO CORKl'GATED SHU %  U l IMI \l CORRUGATED sill I-illM Mala I "OKKK.ATKII SHKKTS %  '. I. . It t*. RVKRITI I8BG8TO8 WOOD FLAT SHf0 s • " 4 ft: 4 a, i | f t („ olllim 1 Ma. son PIPE & FITTINOS 'OIL. .It. J.ti. j.,,. | rn( ttK FLOOr. Tll.rs ;,, \ .,„„„, "'.I I h late ai.d tonka HAYNES



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TT APRIL 27. 1930 ^nmark's Communists Campaign tfAINST U.S. ARMS rOPENHAOF-N. April 25 ^*„ pany, has t*xu W. 23Sr,piiiI me unloading ..1 %  "£ iM organisation of a SnMiratioo in the North Sea I £<)ig. TIuv was taken this 2-3 warn ine Communist SnlKu D** r Unlon Paaswl TfLiiutlon urging all workers„ioirr f" >•"">* loP'e "> L-nn the unloading of "AnwriTmunttrous arms" in the port ropennaien. Offlelals of Iho „ adestepped the issue when d oulnnht whether a strike being planned. One official that there had been no tall strike, but a -spontaneous' -1 might take place when the anus began to arrive yftoce Mlniste.Ilansni told aanhairen newspaper. "We will ITour bridles when we come tbrm B uolilicalb' placid Denmark has been no large scale %  MS for some truce years. Fewthe Communists to stage a ---nsfii! dockers' strike over the. tadinc of 'ne i tms — Reuter B \I1I1\IXIS ADVOCATE Communism threatens Greene's Security ATHENS. April 25. ,_g the debate on the new ^Ijrts Government's pollci ^£|jneni today. Populist Part) K B Leader Constantin rial declared that Russia's ^ %  bn in the Balkans should %  ace dear < %  seeks Hire relations with YugoB^^^HM. former Premier. icised the new < oalilion fo. aatency towards rebels, while MBtsm was "still thieotenini rs security and integrity" Orelared that the Populists [ vote against the GovernIon the vote of confidence led tomorrow —Renter. rading Down o Minimum LONDON. April 26. in most sections of -lock exchange wu rea minimum with dealuif the outcome of to. cntici. I'.utumt'ntary diw the United Kingdom'* proposals London dock strike was on ktal restraiiuuj! influence. |l mousinui; were quietly lained however and some nuns were to lie seen in iviest electrical issues. Texwre occasionally a few better on small provincial PAGE THREE Back To Africa" Back In The House "Only Tbe Mighty Soviet" to the attantfa not that the British Imperialist i.oveiriiiicm. in consequence of:— I> [1 deocietu) (bj Its .1 vowed policy ol kc-'i %  %  The i/ ( ,i appreciable number ol ptTMOl .1 il, mm <-* o, wMch the mmltSL tffiWS £S ave notice ... the House of Assembly on Tu, P * *onUc edvanlagi address covered a wide anlended tu other European Houses ol Perils winded scholarship* down to the Legislature :.t the The earliest possible date. Irrevocable policy o( %  ieeolutfon fron IndlUti i.ili/.iu.m I rev lk Tha House uf Ai • %  the rtrTC for obtain*, rial nisidered opinion :hat. ai., (or obu .real Bi 1'' MR. D. D. GARNER'S "Back their initial firmness were included foi lowjk concern inj> the possibil fresh financing by the Electricity Authority. ProH ID selected rubber sures I ww of previous gains. r* opened quietly firm fari of labour troubles in PtFiiersrajid area, during %  ay demonstrations created unccrtnniv and prices marked slightly easier fol%  the appearance of small fee iraai —Reuter Montreal Gets nv Archbishop ROME. April 26 I-IUI-LTRCT, Rector of the Ta College in Rome, was Mconsecrated Archbishop of "•J I" the Church of St. of the Angels here. f solemn moment c mo tardinal Adeodato piazza, wy of the Sacred Consiscotiaii.gat.on, lud his hands the new ArchK symbolic transfer ~* P*?P"1 authorit The Held for girls at Queen's College/seaT ing accommodation for visitors the House of Assembly and the teaehniK of negro history in %  cnooli Some of these read: NeiEru History The House of Assembly are convinced of the necessity for the teaching of African or Negro history in the Secondary and the Public Elementary Schools throughout this Island, particularvious reasons, private capital can'""• and ""' cruel oxploitati..:. nirt I* expected to embark upon "" %  lew major IttductrlaJ Hdavprlge, Lug siandtlw (jovernment should lake tha ardl foi bsH eiti* %  SSI f,\" • 1 ,l' ro '' n !" "f .n.lu-m(d) It! .1,-1 ..h.in,. laws "•"•UonforBai, .n.,1 unfa,, njj". 1 "" %  S < thai enacted for IM A lou.uou should be uppiuprmted from Ke.ier.il revenue foi the ee2 The HoUae in also of the upirnun that the systems of agegrouping and superannuation that have been tried for the past few years In the schools of this island have not proven berti-ncial to the vast majority of children attending such schools. The House accordingly recommend that the .bouUoo o, !•„ age-grouprng Rg^ 5^-35 SSS-^TSS, eluding: %  %  %  %  laya and \ let %  toiinti ie meted out and otlM 1 %  %  (e) Its high-. hand %  l ': '-"""f diplomaci experimentation, make plans and hajidllna; all Nagroea .,; twm designs, acquire, operate, nnd imahroad and the rigid maintenance prove industrial and commercial '' '" lro Curtain between Alrtpaace pad enterprleeai to make loeni and to % %  "" ;hl ConUneni and theti 'i'''' %  "eaolul HiM-nver and develop to the fullbrothen icettered ill ovei the e an, Rightwlng Sociali est possible extent the human and w ' sl Indlee, the North American """' '"-"i a c coonue resources of the island, Continent and Asia. emou form and hold interests in subif The ca nlv '^ ""x" sidiary eorporaUons and enterwhich it has exhibited U .1 ""!*"' •r2n?v iLj*S2 fSSu' borrow RB ^Polnn eountry and Colonial ,> "nndsui>erannua:io.ibemadeeftec": terms and rondit,^! V" Sj5 ''" "'" '" %  M !" V<> uW*c. of which then tive in this Island at the earliest decide m nu> Over to ubjugate the Atrioani an ^^iS ^f' M ,1U '"*' : '" d lh, ir ,,l s, '" ,la,1 ' fn the The House request Hut His 3. The Hoy ; abroad to the role ol hen llency shall take appropriate that legislaUon for this, and foi wood %  %  Excellency shall taki action for the puipose ..f adding similar purposes, ti. Vni down to AfrK.ni or Negro watoryac aforethe legislature therebx perpetuating said to the. urricula of the schools The House respectfulh raqtM log) o| .ante as abovementioned. a, well as to that (i> The Highwayi ConunUmix*mZ£>r £*u. nffdaanty steps for the sioners of the various parishes be %  , its illeaal md luahlv aboUUon ol age-grouping and given the ilnancial aalSatanca to ouettlnnnnle 1,,!,, „d superannuation without any unenable them to give back pay to '., necessary delay. ,: employees on the samibaaS Mi it ntlH i„ t ;r, %  '""' ol which T K'l .I.r> School fflCJrif5 W& Fne House o( Aaaemnly i*g to .md Transport ownen (the Kailvac), who are point out to His Excellency the a, Watchmen employed bv the i" 1 '" 1 l %  propel Governor the crying need in this Department of Highways and lh,il feunlry, tt Island for a public institution to Transport be pain their additional -1 < station receive, educate and take care of salary scale aueifeed Oh the maxlI girls and boys who are either mum number of working hours The Rouse ol Assembly Ii ry. Sch "". Yugoslav %  %  % % %  %  :,.,.. ,, ""> for Bclgr.ide foi Jjoosultations with hit "S !" "Her lalks wilt "mr Minister Genera ter ihe four years £ ,"'" 'heir countries. K !" %  Foreign Ofnc. 'he had not receiver 1 tm *>' he had .nsked hn %  "'h General Plastyca ejfrdaj s ,| cbat( „ gtey. R.ghi Popuhsl an. "~"' 1 showed re*f i •heinerX" mu; "I nteth. Argentine %  our hulk rj* !" ocl ''. t'.e ambassador vj In •iih be in the, .stsflta provide stan dii: he> %  '•' %  the ..... PfogTamme haj — lim jj-i "lisclosed thai be^Jgntn. fron: l i-af*^ h d hetsTii, 0 ?."''' *&** orphans or have no one to take care of them but who have committed no criminal offence. 2. The House of Assembly requests that His Excellency shall transmit to the Legislature, as .*oon as possible, a Hill to amend the Reform;Uoi> ai; ( Industrial School Act 189U (1890-161, so thgt provision will thereby lie made for reception into the said Reformatory School for children such as %  |\ di .i I their parila iteell to h> ..i. country, and elgnty and i are no) worded Uteni ol lib .1 lovii tie right ol maj..iilv rule ,,1 AM, %  bin1 Igid House jipression of the which is endeavouring to ing t create Negro unity. Negro solid'icnti in thli arity. Negro nationalism. Negri eek to reti Od ultimately 'l The House is of the opinion that *ty of a highly so, ., proSttrn o| thi Scholarships should again be proagricultural, hadustrlal educationUon of thai 1 vided for girls from the primary ai, cultural H f*"***' !" imiuien -otn •* V Kied for girls from the prlman ol. nlti.11... theretoinavinMcomLo !! H ^i Continent, criminal offeno? ? The HoUiC *>"> '"-'• HU "He United St,.'. The r^^MLSr^eaiiectp p "cy would send down 1, fully begs to draw to the attention aI on l0 *' ve e hTect to this proposal u) Its (allun ant, and requesi of Your Excellency the inadequate ^ c House is of the opinion Negro wcvkni seating accommodation for Visitors 'hat in order to promote the general l( r.s for their soilet to the House of Aseembly Chamwelfare of the communty and ol arai ber and pray that Your Excellency ensure the organisation and dewlll take the necessary steps to improve the seating capacity. Land Authority The House is of opinion that in order permanently to put an end lo the inequitable distribution of land, in this island, where fully 2/3 of the cultivable acreage is owned and controlled by .1 hanUful of sugar plantations, in order to assist in the creation of new land owners, lo ensure that a wider number of people share in the profits derived from agriculture, to facilitate the utilization of quest that legislation he intmdoc land for the best public benefit designed to prohibit Col under efficient and economic proofficials from obtaining memberduction plans to assist in enabling .hip in. or from participation tc agricultural workers to ^acquire any evlent whatst-vepareels of land on which to erect .. llir o( ho4c hlbs .eainig-T' ?Ke "n^ S? g^-JETS eeonomic nnd efBeienl enio.vment nnv "" h h ""'•"• ln """ of land by lhe people of Bnrbados ''ncrimimtlon in any form ilij: legislation should IK 1 enacted -B.^L . ir^*. %  "" • U '— *, The ,.„"'" Limiting or prohibiting the the honour to draw to the atienvelopmenf of a healthy nd unified i nblic opinion, atepe should l>e .akei< at an early dale uitli I v it w to the removal of colour barriers Uacrtmtna;ion which exists in This colony. 2. The House is in complete with the suggestion made in a recent Issue nf the London Time* that Colonial Offlcials should in future 1Mforlnddei To belong to clubs which colour bar. 3. The House respectfully :el.eople holding, possession, dominion, management or acquisition of land m excess of 500 acres by individuals or companies of any aort 'ion of His Exo 11, i-rnor the fact thai UM this Island, a considerable numbei uf people of African descent. 2 Amongst the abo\ 1 2. Creating a land uthorit>> ^^ w t ^ lttet Me „ er who are power: 3 Denning and establishing %  the 1 % %  Pio.idlng for ployed and for whom On hope of employme:.t in the near future in Barb;. 3 The these people were brough 01 limit the lights ] Wl j i ihe continent of Africa of iMMidholders or moHg-gc fwiaTheir ancestors pneaeaied a great ers to foreclose or otherwise enlradilion and a ru it urtf of their mortgage of the Authl(W|1 Awfly ff<>j| i^mnTatS lhe nunds and T^e House respectfully reo,ul descendants of thes, that legjslauon to give elTact to 4 she House tha proposal set out above be sen, laves MOT Ulflllfq fnr if in Irum #••#••/ \Hh-!! Call in at COLLINS Ltd. and select your Favourite Line SwUw < ^ aalg BEAUTY PREPARATIONS. l.S. AID IS MISUSED WHILE U.S. FACES LANKRUPTCY HINQTON, Al %  %  00 nnllioii dollar :nr ._ the largesi Zi oj which : 1 l Beajtar NEHRU IN KARACHI ^ %  %  o noriues. %  -1 enter. CHEST COLDS Kub .hot. thrum JIKI Ixitk widi VaooRub In combate d pnulnce.ind-vapHirs .i.iion ''draWS OUI %  cougrang ra If you Hmnt to ploy haR rif\. Zt> v 1 l J i 1 \ '"Brit you cant be so siim ^&/~> youvejottoUcJup £(& W1 th plenty of KLIM' says ELSIE Ilia HOIIDEN HUM MILK '~f Mill IN MIIUIKCI |HI VIOI1I OVII Without; a shadow of doubt tht/M, ttu vmdnett of 8eef wSLS *z* VAPORUB ARE YOU A MARTYR TO TOOTHACHE & NEURALGIA ? nn-klllcrs 1 %  RECTORS PHOSTONE 1 1 \ 1 % %  RECTORS PHOSTONE It's I'll si 1 fo IU'V/I llio liirulorif #•/ I 1 Shlfcg ..Hue 'Harpk' mlo the Kivs 1. 2 Leave overnight j Then Hush. That's all. No brush is needed. 'Harpies thoi cleans, iMilnfrcw and dciKioi.scs tha wb crush CM HARPIC 11 THE SPECIAL LAVATORY CLEANSER %J/iat fHt "itAe atm comes out in the flavour! l-thl l 1.in., i' gathei itii -1 "" .one Hie v %  '"' 1| %  :illi j ^uatarii %  ; ., K o m\ %  \ deUeioua ^nrti alu "... all uven-freah,sealed in Una *ud J U>. i'rui.jjdis. W HUNTLEY& PALMERS .BISCUITS dtlicious wholesome and nutritious RIOCI TOWN fsMsMH CLEMENT'S INDIAN TONIC Mall weakness. Losi of Energy. Muscular D., . run down eandlnoi .•iinulniinic Tonii PHICB /A BOTTl.i: J — ARRID DEODORANT Pries. ?/• A JAR ObtSaaablr st Messrs Buuker's (BDOSI Drugstores Lai Broad Street aod AlpHa Fbanucy, Hastings. '-c-->-^ r L G Q •oaeee*e*ejoe>e*M.<*^oc<,',^ tig — fuse LIFEBUOY TOILET SOAP Wiih I.,, boo) Toikl Soap] vou're fresh ..'.: I. ',!,:.. uiih tli.ii dccp-clcansint; lather, it frees :ivc you an ailracuvc FOR PERSON !/. raJSSH.VESS ll



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PAGE KOUR BARBADOS ADVOCATE rm-RSDAY M-KII. j, BARBADOS f—-— i — ADyDGSTE HlllllH Wt %  **4 ffnfm Vm m.HI rhandaj \pril 27. 1856 Strain TWO month! have passed since the Labour Parly wore re-elected lo the GovBrrUln. The majority which •hen obtained was so slim that political forecasters have, with good reason, been predicting the imminent end of Labour's tenure of office. That the end has not yet come has been due to the itmnom efforts which have made to ensure that members arc on call at all times during sitting of the House .in in spits of their efforts the Govbeen defeated although not on on important issue. Tile greatest threat to the Government's rice came in the opposition challenge MervatWw and Liberals lineal up to give the Government's leaders their moments to date. In a crowded House, Labour secured a majority of fi\ *l election has been post.,.: continual in its uneapy THE AN WHO §AIDSIAUNMljmm Gil IK Srilmi l>ilm r WHAT i. Blew in I Curtain countries which makfordinarv nor-, five up tr.cir life's work, theif party l*<-an.e irrejwtible. and homes, their MTtnga, n<1 rim orders were given him in his offljibrnad'' eial capacity at the department Alain and as.,, >* he telt h. I meet these Iron Curtain retue-s out and retain his sell-repect. the new homes and new ; they have found for themselves to pi a condition of affairs cannot give a I rnmenl prepared to undertake policj TinLabour Part 1 many persons whose political 11 true Liberals to ("omnium •P 1 "> ,nc party WOtlli ml n < >'>'''-' a 'All *•' ""' .,rcpm SIS BOW •Urin Bevail Mil %  • %  : o* Health. .ili.nis may • within the bring 0 i • no M ember particularly upon • w '"' k 'I'll, y have ta< %  oil othecounti ,111(1 llllle.-S %  • %  rvei throw of n ... [route* nve turn In | I ,i poliej ratl M in Britiih : %  %  Comen atti I lh> tat m I lh ho had esrai'that the Catch, have technique of wily Mbr.taKe. -Sfied li tXmrnf Durum Hw mren of the house Communists wanted him this policeman roared and raved i a reorganisation of his against the escapee. He was parew old 'concern which rqeant that a ticularly indignant when t h e ,o££ and £w"bTa*T< u" .ub...nt..l number o, „ best cook spoke up for h„ ,onceiinl and as unsuitable as ""> mo 'P"ienced workers master. £? !" dd ?£.,IMv JL n,u taBle would be sent to the mines. A few days later the same In 7h7 torrid heal of Centn i K lh """ 5ubm '' Frantisek policeman secretly called on the „,",', .',,"',, rS,|£, pSEh decided to go. cook, warned her that a squad • ,o wo k frl m lilt Z r "" n b h,nd ' Communists -..ere coming two I ..L~ K L o^-T^ir,. >!I, I'"' .vas his days laler lo contiscate her ing stones In an up-counm to .,..,, |he „,„,„ %  prop rIV f or lh e State „ A "'i r "J'"i T V *"""£ %  "* %  -•"'"I n d •" Communist occupaHe urged her to send %  who had fled from Budapest |laM hjd bNn too murh ter sa|( ,,„ a few of %  wrrpnu! out the office of the luce. c „ hMtolki electricity manager. I could lv, Th< gpir|t OI mr p^pi, was The policeman's jtorming and dozens of other examples broken. No one trusted anyone, his threats apparently had lhe Why do they flee. Everyone suspected everyone sole purpose of finding out who I asked the question again last eht a m „. nallona l ln lhc nmise WM | oya l to the night M I sat in the warm ftktgani I escapee, so that he might talk in of a Lcndon club, a decanter of No | on ger would CzechBeychevelle '43 in front • %  ( lne The cook did as she was bidden. This tlm. ilch they and gui her master's most precious sharing the claret with ma Frantisek, (For reasons which will had no proapaci of success. He But—such become obvious as you rend on I g aV e me an instance. .—even new she and am not fobs! to BlTa you his lull After their coup d'etat the the escaped man's friends who are name.) Communists stopped the pension hiding it for him cannot be sure ,'i employee of the conthat the policeman s action was The pension was the old not a trap, a desk in one of Bratislava's man's sole source of income. The workers' militia has beCommui come of doubtful trustworthiness. || r Wouldn't lsck "•"' a,her "' r t technical and mation about them administrative know!. Frantisek %  Unn'l P" r The escape rush had Just begun, bj, Mould llddle an ma and I remember saying to him in %  rranfamint by which the old act not very delicate I ook man was ostensibly paid a sum in P 01 forward to seeing you in London." compensation for the nationaliseanswer I smiled as I said n But he did tlon „f some of his property which men at our works four not smile back [ hope not." he had been taken over by the conmost sa.d. vn cern< Yet here he was now He had (, was quite an easy one to Poorer left Ml beautiful home uutside pu ll," said Frantisek. as we sipped Bratislava, left the big industrial ou[ claret. "Under the Nazis Tht truth is thai concern which he had helped to m rid have done it is being bled by the Russians, build up and over which he had i,^. a .shot. But now he was They are taking continued to rule, both when ': i,. would not play." Czechs all tie best-quality goods Nazis occupied Czechoslov ,.. ( thing, however, is that which they used to export from many "1 lowmen would if it came to the %  "Out of 120 militia I'iMir* i .. Ilii.l.ll.' Of Body l.nards At tin : the Big Tin. ,-ued by Field .hal I-oid ("Jumbo"! Wilson of Ubyl written about it bvlw memoirs. Bight Years Overseas, published by Hutchinson today. 'BELOVED' l-KADER icularly interested in Stalin. lie did not expect to lind the "beloved' Soviet -nly fearlul of assassination In %  i y ... ii vhen Stalin left hi turned otTthe road, ami the guards at the ehatMti doubled. ,nds with members ol ih %  .,kl,'i.ilattnemanwh.H' bu; .it the man of whose hand he hail ... ... There was a ludicrous scene in the Lnadia o| the group pnoiver. BULGING POCKETS Stalin got up to move across" (to the conference room), "he was lmmediau roundei 'ad-backed ol wearing what appeared like colonel's badges. I in breeches, their pockets bulging "Theii huddle round Stalin reminded one ..tball team around one nits had been torn off Into Hie conA.lied Forces operating in Middle East and Mediterranean %  non-belligerent ol has much light to a<;o.. LTD. atthe_COL0NN': : VlS IK I \\ II t vi k STRAWS .hi H \N lei uttti) mm fc USEFUL inn si:no, t MtEQttSITES SCALES and MI:\SI 'iti:s IUOOMS and BRI'SIIES %  ma SAUCEPANS and KRVPAN8 WIRE DISH 007tBtl BOWLS, BASINS, PAILS GLASSWARE ami I IIINAU Mil POLISHES and CLEANSERS WOOD STOVES .mil III! STOVES WILKINSON & I1AYNES CO.. LTD, Success,, C. S. PITCHER & CO., LTD Dial: 1413 :-: 46S7. and when it was nationalised by Fl ,. ..u.^'a ioi"of the %  %  J' „ me obscure theatres of the war. the Comn. t ih. r-ommun.si aivini thei proIsnea __j ,.,„„ Sin lini; Attain ll the Communist giving then !" K\im. nacullar and little UD: ,ts innerduet, wimh %  His problems were peculiarano i. !" nust „, pu!^.. ui, more advantageously elsewh, % % %  .llticians ol ptlblll.il Home. %  and the Cabinet VY! ....,,,.,,. And here he .> as now In 1-onItMlf are riddled, with men who was ettSU Bui II wag n..i ,.i 1 LN2H UBU don looking for a job, forced at Secretly work against the regime. I %  eaond ral De Gaulle., grudging CO-Opi the age of 43 to start again. cither because they of port that I •"• "".""^"ihe discord betwivn Vltlr. I'rench I did not -.ti-Comniunist C i e c h v. In lots or other c E gvpli;ins uncertain attitude. said. "The worl or because lliey foresee ex Mih-iilovich. i -in t.ieec. ovlcn me to see them through thl • anxious to ad Frantisek sudT ilo feud—all these led to incidents now I had Hen them through the .. It open for themden so on as before. But Nail occupation I telt It was my • II toditfcrenl for anyone managerial duty to tin iMk told me of a M.nnt.i .lands out individually. Thev get so. No. I did not want lo go. Ins intention to cut down." :.,!,,, ,0 -,.,. bo frankly •dmitted his fee, l can „ Benalla hi. A Czech policeman, raiding the than always ^have to keep your join 1 dow ii LAS. Till t ar? n< NEWS THEY HIDE mini STALIN OB tlU' il Iflaor%  H ( ti.il Irs %\ Mil I %  %  %  ? — %  book whl Ugbl on Ih) Kremlin %  ufarly t war %  Geneiil It.-llfll Si: I %  Fron UM lop-flLghl Kutoia 1: Tillsialin "Would you like lo settle lhe matlei to-ug) ll Wis 0|>l.niisl.Sn.uh bin Btlonj Iruin Lenin lo U>e effect lhat a clash be1 CoiniTiun%  ling the "' .optimistic view MB-11.4:. '?,'' he all of his conrun wiui Russia. Three year. t is inipo-siblc .uously put i %  .ii.inc. linnness and the m ... a • iinitiHlstrength of the West" might %  •(-lllM-ri.itIPrrt-ll .. the prolongation of a prc... ., ral Smith coi. : t uncertain pi record which is as plain..,1 he has 'POken and direct as one would in this dial ihus largely a story of .. .. i ant. a u lOUlU i-hether ally olhei man M much better in iHit even so one doubt the wisdom of the : >•> succeeded by an i itu-i ax L .^ Attheeo ..oscow learning what a uplomat should havemuch to be said for he ... „g up to til, otov-H.bbentrop pact w e r c iy months ol %  tint! diplomatic f., ime. Wilson had been advised by one authority that thi that, the Free Crenel "greeted with a biu..t t invective (oUow iy bullets" Tin. Iirt, made good fnnipteuoua house in i mil It. pally-' "Hie place was bombed. MIMSTItY CKIT1C1SEO ontemptuoui of the work n America. On hi Washington as Chii tish Forcei Si Bnding publicire ha,' such ii deplorable al It was not knnv. evenhai "tS %  —I..1..S. I.OOh!! Th,-, Bh-li„hu X f //efJ Dsuiiut H*m SauMffc 2 lb Danish Cocktail Sauugsw p* DvUsh Vifiiiu teMir* IH' }'tnch MussWooma per tin Sliced ttacert per Id Belocn* Saiusisfv per lb. 54-11 B**f pft lb 4-4 III ctili RcartMry* aingvr RJkr i kn per mi AtulniliMi !• %  ILiinper lb %  Now for yow selection fromSTANSMI, SCOn & Co.. Lid iii Um Stalin AbiliO A he left with well int< BrUn i-ltx'k%  twintt. In the iii>t ptao %  ••The sequence and length l TODAYS THOUGHT The fust idea oi mathod ie a proqiossivo tiansition from one step lo another in any course. —CoJeridae. would not It is badly constructed, repetitious, %  ten in Pentagon English and occaBut It telligcnl American learned the truth about Russia. —L.E.S. Does Stalin Know The Story 01 The Ambassador's thickens. %  %  i third <>f an egg %  Kmbassy %  (t>t the DM .:• •quest t" %  %  M %  i'y men. i %  i Luge lunch pagne %  ought 21 Ren i White I ad y u minor B4 put through a deal A k fast. \OW LX STi THE POPULAR ARROW SHIRTS in White Only SIZES 14 TO 17, Ol II III \ III US V\Y: I Will III I lil-ir<%i SiilisriilMi To 11 Hdeoont.-. silf I .mi reil Ibutfton of wealth ..t Mr. Wood's ulll be Hi I Mi %  but I %  n and the Barbad. It has too often b. Club, and th.tt It will lake gee* BMSII.II .it \ Theatre build a theet In 50 years ihan none But. Mi ; •hakenot so utterly devoid ol pub| that the Intel . %  thai none of then wUJ WH ekw %  .IHto a fund I uivocate of A, veU bo that it wilt take to in to raise a irUrge fund for U projeet should be i In the mu.h the start -> a lung I Let Mr. Wood sUrl day Fund" II %  tiuesnarar era -jeiiigtii w -rde -they ,wnt 4 \ H*h S/io/7i ( gf iroceiff lhe. each (lhat is loo at 200.i at Flcetwood, a:i il>ort on April 20 wh.'n irawten came in with M.ooo tone ol had%  thay am r Cod and Haddock rould be exported her,' So/I I i % %  % %  last Sunn.. .. do so on)' of discus-. |SM the first gnat with ap e to that for the aaeoi ^hould be re that the Australiais that you should start Don" strcsst.dd win th l l-oside tin: I : %  %  A elose %  ; v opposed to M'< I which I seem to %  ftncsis in%  SECURE YOURS FROM DA CCSTA & Co., L Dry Goods Department MEAT WH YOUR MEA W£ OfrSR * BEEF, VEAL, ^,nd JUICY DUCKLINGS.^ IVkl. HOME nnj Bir,o fe ICE CREAM ^ CHOCOO't STi-AWIERRV nd VAJ .OURS I I.-. pr |>k. at GODDARDS.



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T7 rillrtSD.W. \PP.1I 27. 1930 CLASSIFIED ADS. IIAKBADOS ADVOCATr PAGE SEVEN %l 00 FOR REST SI—-" chan* KHUC SAOXS >ICT1 0N ANT >••*' %  HOUSES %  JM .int "m .444 AIIM Lmhlcy. J7 4ao—4|l .IOW .Horu.,.,,, _, 1-0 ;roi "*-. fully fumishi n. from im Ma; DIED ..4TH-IP-AUCK widow Ui ''" T H 0-tftl. dW at as* . -MM it? Bot*e* fis-saral toot HUT* John. Epi.ropa.1 Chvh C ^.^^ at J p.m. >*esterd>ey. —T" r Qreathaad ibrotrMuriel. SSeUa. Lyndon 'U.S.A... I "on ilWnai. Daphne S!" 'B'dos'. Hubert iB.0 rtaHdrcx' HlkU Qalnlon >ietci J^b.i B Q. Papers pl" ~P %  .inning water m •!. (M .'CIOWH rt*,,, „.,„ fc^j„,^ '.-ular. riJal MKI *3 4 SO~t f n %  '.am-..,,lull' (IT %  %  %  1 I i"f* her Dlrllnilan >,,,. Phonp .W ;4W VT. 1,IN SEMORIAM '.a ft— out* *C c Mrtd Of Sorro* %  M m be nmrnbert i "? &. & M a*org< : rJSly %  bwing memory of my dear beloved .ipdCUfTORDC. A BOYCK who JT-ueu • %  AUrtl m* Jtj i A wK ': % % %  III our heart r*> ur nx-"""Mtr|> kit d '"' ""' Asd ihere iHUM pn**cu. •fliil we don't remcmuer vou.' %  MilBoyce (wife. Evslyi .jjuahtf..*. Dr. Frwdrelc.! Bo: Is f*mrmW*l*:e of my dsedaughter LORNA PRCB. who died on April SSth •W in Trinidad -With God all thinge worketh for UHIfa,, ReUtlv" %  "> l-i„U .,!-.. B* M M h. Arthur FiT 4i9D ln WE of Mr P C %  Imw-lni butMl 1 I' to 'hiMI -n m month* For further parttcu'.r .ci.lv lo owner, phono 21fl o( ifi P m .* < -n M TP i • %  niNOALuW-Maxwel).. Chru'"|! rrh n^room^ W.,-. Radio. T*kphan*. alw good 4* a b*lhin.F ? r %  m onth ,.l M-y Apply to M?i J II w klMon, Erin Hall, litahop. Court 'ilL! .. M M a I'nii.H SAMS W\\TMi HELP AN ASSISTANT HISTREs-norSchool from th Seplnritm imn _"..'*~ n CUr— ranting and %  %  " %  w qiMllflDaUona and - ApptcaUona natinc quaJlflcMion* aqi "parlwvf* and lubMi'U offpn rjch th* HesMlni,-... May 3|.| FOK SALE WT0MOTIVE CAKW... ;..,' lorTH B h p moioi a L H Applj Babb. sc l.'i.> or A i. HMni sumo(.it. SI. Juniii II 4.W—Si CAR-Two Auatln 10 Can IMS-41 Uol*U. Both ntt In A-1 ippt). Hinds, Doar'a Oanr. lUillnga MOTOR CAR MSA. 10 II 1' flu i trabaal dun•<— ••%  < mldci., S condition with Iwo %  ; Mr. Archeri HMUMM A Taylor; oarac CAKOna 1N> Chevrolet Saloon Cm la [arfacl condition Alwaj orhvn Apply: C. A. Rock. Dl.il SH3H Hf. %  •! 4 ... IB TlOh, tion* rrrcivcd I will ofli for ule on MONDAY It May on Ihi pn-miac „i ROCK HALL VILLAGE ST THOMAS 10 per.h„ „, u'ld^.th dine at prnani mad u -, club room—which can raaity u* con( ASH' """ nlW rMtom "' TERMS it ARCHER Mag I lllll " %  Auctioneer H.4 10In '*' '' -le Da i ivtiiiun m, FRIDAY Mlh. al 2 p.m I n.y oflVc VICTORIA STREET 8MI ajjuara fact of land at TiHrriiiV' ROM ROAD n MUM \i i fi land liaa on excellent \ .. 'Iiu-boui For Inapactlon and cond" I'. 0 "',-?,' "*iif ; APP 1 " B ARCHER Mc KEN/.IE. Dial 2*41 H :-> %  ha REAL ESTATE % %  %  triK-latl. Thi-M niiUUng water All moacr: • % %  Oanyfe. fnilt trea, Uwna. Archie CUrkc Ph.,ne IWO: I to 4pm IT 50L> CARS A rl< KB At bargain (flea*, "inny makea ate Phone 34M Harabiii 4. U*a> '" M High SI 33 4 Mn BAmv At Nb . !*"*** guaranieed aole of 150 plnli % %  dally For impccUon. apply Teddy *am (UTb, WE will art up for — le at pubUr iil our Offlrr NoIT. Hlgt itgetown. on Friday th at) \t-rll 19*0 al 1 p m A Dwelling houa* (formerly Ihe Munagera Houaa of Goodland I'UnU HM Pariah of Sam, Michael wiu me land on which it slandi eon'.iinini, by admaaauremani I Aur Itooda. 4Vi, Parchaa or thaeaabouta .my day between 10 a m .md 13 o'clock noon. For further partlcuJara and Cnndl 'Ion. of Sale, npplv to Ihe uaderslgmd COTTIX. CATF.14 4 5" Or l.F.Kill.XlKSituate In Pa*aaf< Road. St. Michael. utandlrJi op 6,11 .f land Tha houae la built of atone and eonl-liva gallery, drawing, dining, mtting *nd breakfikft room*. Pantry, kitchen v C and bath downaUlra 4 bedrooma <1 with runnlnar mtai i .'1 Sunday* 1 m. and a p.m. Tho above will b* aet up %  Public Coti.pelltlon at our Offke lr 'I'.'lgetown on FUday i] l&0 al 3 p.m. CARRINGTON & S/.AI Y Soli. FLOOR POI.ISHFI'S A fV .Tohr.M.n %  H Baaulirlor Pollthari Hlal SM ^O** . Co., Ltd. Elecli a 4.106n -—-TT PALVTSnr^ndram Henderson iM' yn-ixv \i ST*" dlatemperi Painla MM gin. ^T*'* J 3 VI ln Th< fc Here. %  BARNES S. Co Ltd. IS.4.50 13a NO HOl-SE %  Cnrn'niiilng approx intalel 4.833 aquara feet. No. SB ii.tebu. -..ntullv erected atonewa ondll <-.imprlnii MRS. Spacious atore • %  ore room*, entrance lo far age Front age: 4TI0" Washing lanka. and manlias, concreted throughout tS 4 bedrooms, large draw mg and dining rooms, toilet and bat' %  ill verandah F,i:trlc lighl. power and water ar in1. Broad St S3 4 So 3n jyfTB %  ...r OloM ? !" J pei coma and gel %  A BARNES k Co Ltd 1 4 80-lJn •"aS^" 131 TRUCK TV! F Z? !" : W . M 7: 14t0 : Mi.M. Auto T> M.4.90--1 f n % %  COKD CHANGERS— Ano %  %  'o hand Dl 00 compl OaCoata A Co, UdT net i.-i oi rte Dial KlecUlcal i M Ba JEfMCORD PLAYEJ m e?Uen *lllr 'il for tie 40 Dial %  IV>ta A Co Ltd _Jr< M-n .g^-G-iulna I^nd Sand, can be %  "wad any pan o( lh# i l1and p.. BasJ fah 11 Ballaplalne. St Andrew J' H.4.IO-2n !K HarraM'i Toy Depl ha. )u-l **• %  • shipment of rubber do'ls Lyjatali that %  |llPJ i i .,. C ? TT** "*— Dr.* i, llsj paying a \.H< C r HARRISON A Co ^ ~s5^* FLTFS „.-:., .... *aaa ,u., n*i pu.,, | U *S?SSi*J""' % %  %  *'"' "JIICHTS DRUG STORKS 11 4 50 2 EVDrroN Sitiuited on Top ROCK, Chr!t Chun' Yeovllloiki on T,. Acre A delightful new modem Real One*, having three Bedrooms. A Urg :ng room. met. Tin fully tiled Bath and Toilet. choice of a fen-th bedroom il I.-ung hrcomea lounge-Dining room. Outeldr Two Sarvanta Quartars. Toilet and Bath Two Car Oarage, price £4.500 ..r further par-iculara apply H-lph A Heard. Hardwood Aliev Phone 4653M0. w • ^TTFa^UTOT-HaMlngs *"> Boad led. 3 bedr.m ear lee. all modem eon vf-iilences Rent Sou 00. i m wall building 3 bedioom dining A ltilng rnom I nt tW (W Aag)| on pgtBafcMB Vhon. 3001 The underaignad will offer for sal* W mpatlUon at their office Jami%  1S50 at S p m 1 acre 1 rooda • X/T lurches of land ..1 Maxwe'l. near Tot n,-ck Chnd Church This land whie* .n the public road has a fronlag' of IgS feet, and faces Ihe hungatowi : % %  For lut Over i-rti. %  %  ;v %  -. Jame. Slrret rr so I'luiPEJlTY In rroaa road at Spoonen Hill consisting of double roofed houaa 1 ihed and kitchen together with '. acre of land Price 1*000 00. Tha abov* can be purchaaed on tarma Half of the amount muat be paid whan purchasing -ime ror furthar parth-uUre apply U> icolt. Magaiine Lsuie. oi dial 3T43. *7 .4 S0-4n 5&?f*lJ!s, •Polv Hush L %  • . a 4 50 THEY'RE HERE! O the handy little PORTA. TUX Ovana for us* a fiaa Rolling Ring than If vou hare a big r*n They're useful when you d*sn"t warn lo light up a big oven Jurl for that individual dish. The Price •. See them al -our Gas ShowGALVANISED CORRUGATED SHEETS I iml 8' X 24 G. WE HAVE THEM OXlllll KOIMHI. I/I II. Pier Head & Broad Street GIRL COUWTlll ASSHSTANT I m M S'.ore Apply In person I ward. DruggW and Grocer !" e. Chrui Church. 11.4.30a IMMEDIATMLY for at teaat ^-c % %  .1'ER for RMM "llwheba AppltoaUons In K 4 30—n MESSENGER An energetic ofhee "'"'"I" 'Male, for usual ofhee work HI. neat and willing to work paaTtsM wllh letter eg reoon. % %  l-ane M 4 SOIn Young Ladv tot %  %  %  I N I i MISCELLANEOUS •••Ml M \crnrr*wrned or ebtalnlng orde* asa --'-.if Ohtl Msssala No previous eepertenBTrSsa today for beaut>fui f— •St to Bnta'n'i bsrRMl a ,:.HJiers; highest coinmlasto 'xoney making oppt-etunll— •Ulli.ma A Co.. Dap* 10 Victor -hs Pvaatnn. Engtae NOTICE rARim or T MTIB Wanted by the Pooi 'aw C.uardianfor the Aln.ehoua* a fully qualified Nur> -apatle of taking charge of Midwiiei 1 Salary aag rfl per 'T.IIM present IhemseKc i\'h nirth CertlfiraTc niid credentials t. ^r P M O at hi* residence tir iK-foir Apr.. 0am Clerk. Poor Law Guardians. a i MJ ir NOTICE MRS A CABINET MAKER* •r* Invited to attend a meet %  eimna School Ha;: April ISM at S a m when Mr UHlVr Manager of C F Harrison' D*pt will eaplam .^ir developing the wood %  luatry kg Barbados a* referred to ir > "cent l*eue of this p*iItonald Tree. 35 4 _4n MALVERN ACADEMY %  Thla school will re-open on Tuesday %  % %  •• LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE 00a Jordan %  i No. Ml ol IKtl I %  hop with •hadruof altaclied at Sea %  g bggad .:.ii ptlwiislml %  .-.h. %  %  %  it at such Dated tin L .1 ivso. JiOM .tuKDAN :.N M n i ill ieon :. r .lock, a.m %¡ J. H i Police Magistrate. DI*I n i I'.s. Typ %  l High School i on Ssturdi Enti.t SU'iio-t nwtic, ate. Next Shorthand July. %  H K P'l p.S ihli. Ch. Ch. •o.—In. t.tlOlis !! l I KKIS. JEWCLUB] lilt \^>\'. Mil It \hlMIMII SANDAL 1VOKV I It THA.N'I BROS New and Stylish FURNITURE CEDA* and AAAHOGANY AT MONEY RAVISr. I'KU'F-S Stiuauiiilned and other Morris Sultea and feparate pieces—Tub I i Settee* %  ng Table* In 40 Duma. slses. riiiMte*, %  ante with httast concealed stools. Dining. Office. GaJlarty. lavaSi and y^r.iitunr L. V W II SON Trafalgar Street U Malurrd Blend., 411J Hodlrvl l STUART & SAMI'MIN LTD. N wonder f out of It people uj S & S again II r SAMPSON I III Ir.duuirtera lor Bni Run BSV .OVKII.\.HE.\T >OlllfS %  tun ^>ni1 Will be p.. "Humphti Liquid", "Huni%  | I Maximum I I IJquul.. ?6th Apr! Small sized bot. Medium Lars.e Ml pot Mtxhuni 4-oi. bottle %  16-OI. .. per oz .50 W .87 .97 DKIWKTMKN T OF EDUCATION si. Qdbavgt'i (.irk Bch eol — si. Oeoffgj APPLICATIONS .nt iiivi:. %¡ •O tft 'l I b n with .a least It 1 %  BOB. The minimum professional (ni.dnii.iiuin i.-.|i, the Department Of • %  ( frDDS Salary will be in accordance with tht BealfJ tor Head Teachers in a Grade II I I rtOOL Candidates should which may be obtained from the Depiirtnieni of Mucation. All applintions must bv in tht* luinds of the D.i 1950. .Mth April. 1950. XB, AppslCJ IMd foi appointment tn the post Ol ln.-pv. lei ( in i new organisation to adminisler bOAUtBg loans from the Labour leuied under the Suitar Industr) (iUkhl %  IM1 Candidates must turn iedj(t of but: ..nd labour. The salary attached to this po.--t la 11,200 pea uMaUm. Travelling xpenses entailed in connection with the tin: .i^.ntinunt "ill ba paid at rates similar lo those paid t< QoTfSiuiMtnl Onosn LUng AUowan. I -. 194(4. Thli i%  asporao nature, non-pi to termination with one month's notice on i Applications m wiiting wttl III ba raofivt up to thei ^Uth April. Applications .m unite. i CtM BpOOtDbnasstl lo tho ..>.' posts of i td Junior Clerk in a new .'itcauisaUoii to adl loan* from the Labour Welfare Fund in .' -i Industry j (Hchabihtation Price SUUlltflOi 2. Candidates must be in poMSsal certificate of equivalent standard. Applirai %  should ai&o batn dga <-i srTWuntanfT, 3 Thi salary scale of both posts will be similar to that of the long grade in tha Local Civil BalaoHthi ing salary Of $1,872.00 per annum for llu nnum for the Junioi I 4, TIMBM IB/ltfa one RKkftt] 5. A| MitinK With U I MBce, Ilridgctown. up lo \Mil Applu a new organisation to administer housing lOBJ HI Welfare Id 1947. 2. Tta< r scale of tl D x $48 $1,200. 3. This po*: -, 4. Applications in writing will Time TELEHDIST ll>li .aulia TippiDg Gear Precision built, and dtMignod to minimis* strain on chassis, Teleholst Hydraulic Tipping Gaar can bo fitted to almost anv type of short or long wheel base vehicle. Speedy tipping is controlled from the driver's cab and the body can be raised or lowered and held at any intermediate position. All Teleholst equipment Is guaranteed for twelve months. %  he aSvat/eir>r-dift, TeJsSeist -.t4.lt.lis-. HARBOUR LOG In • .III.NI. II;I %  IS %  %  %  lease/. %  %  %  > %  cat %  %  %  i i.i, R, M. Jot i in i i.tMi KI> %  t-rhoonrr OWIM M V DM %  % %  %  %  %  1 diner AIV In I ouch With Barbados Coast Station Cable .-nd Wireless iW I LU adve thai they cssi new cunur Ib* following Uiip. ., % %  I I ailaingg. S S Monte Aliubg. S S Vsu-i.. S3 irrtiguao/. SS Gold Ri 'aedefjrll. S S Momtardo. S S Edvur.1 Monnacteni, :' S ClaveUnd. S S EilasbeUi A FUnlB%  Lug no, Ba gtR lf W. S 3. ItnquaUa. S S Aivasay. 84. Gaacoahe, K.urita Swatasan, s.s. Neuva Andalucla. 'telena, s s Canadian Victor. S.S. Regent Ttge<. S S Gran Pond. S B rtaagat, SS Harhtce. MS. I baule. SS. Alma Runner. I B l-av S B. Doakouu, S S. SaaVoiia. S.S Ktbasn. 9S BotuUre, S.S. Wideawaaie. jiggiiaSi Irtaer, s I %  liagenaa. Sea we 11 \NUIVM S 1 H.W I | I Irani I r laldag: Chail. %  K i. Oaatoa %  Iron n..i din, MiF Mis. Shetlo i %  M i\t:ti HI -.i'. it vi i v i i -i >i i gets %  1 I.i KmUt I %  %  %  SHIPPING NOTICES MORaTBBAl MMIUI. MW ZtAlAAII IIVI I.IMIirli 'M A N.Z LINRi 8 S 'DirA'ONla eapectad to arrive al Trinidad from Australian portt abovt teth May S S -CTTV OP DtEPPE'* Mils Port I-inApril Itth. Adelaide May SUi. Matborne. May ISth. Sydney. May 34th. Rrb>biuve June Tth. arriving at Trimd.il about 4U July. Ilnrbssdsa aJsout Jm> Sth Theae veaseU hava aanpl* space foe chitted, hard frotan and genera, cargo Cargo accepted on through bills .1 lasting wit, transhipment a. TrmldW Ib-iUsh Guiana. Barb-dos. Windward For further particulars -, FUHisraaa. wrTttY A COMPANY, LTD Agenle Trinidad. DA COSTA & CO LTD Agents Barbadoa. Tfco M.V. "Dearveaod'' vfl accept Cargo said '" % %  ingm for St. Lucis. St ^ lnce^lt. Uranada, Avuha, dale of saluna will ba glean. T*ie M V %  Canbbra'' wUl a w apt .'Jominc*. Aidjgua, Monl^rrat, St. Kllta-Nevta. date of ealling will ba given B.W.I, schaanrr Owners' Aaeeetalesn (Inc.) TeL 4S47 W Mcoa, SisanufupCo. II1AIIII VIASSAW lllll III %  4.. %  %  DMaSt ft prsianuw inciion .aid preaaad raUulai -upply. ;..-..,.. i. %  kg and %  reamr.i l* SO do not forgvl In eSStt. It %  %  I 0A rtOAMER" ALCOA I1UNNER* ALCOA HANGER", NEW YORK SSEVICE •-la Arc. N.Y. B'gea Tth April lTth April isth April sui May NSW OBUANS SERVICE **r Arr. N.O. B'Saa Sand March eUi Aprl) 50. April Jird April 1 %  n April 4th May Mil THRU! ND Naaae al Ship %  ^S. Ali-oa Pilgrim S.S. "Alcoa 1'ennant .i Patriot" "Mlll'i" Mi ISSBM ef tialp SS "AkoaPt ant CANADIAN SEBVICE t -an. Msalreal Sails Bslilss I Arrives Barhaaoa April Iflth MalJth Mag IMR SS. "Alcoa P^.itan'' May 11th ^'a> IMfe June Sth For St. l-awrence River Ports St John. Ushlax SI. Lawrence River Ports M John. Monlr-ai. Angdy : DA COSTA Si CO, ..TD —Can *<|ian Sr\;. ROBERT THOM LTD -Warn. Yorh and Gull Service.: Real raUte Afentav— Auctioneer*— Surveyors DIXON & BLADON (JOHN M. HLAIMJN. AJ.S, F.VJi.) Connections in ... IK— CANADA—t'.S.A.—VENEZUELA Keforr bu>lng rxamlnr our extensive llala of high rlasa I'ruperlv and Land localed In ail areas I'hune 4640 : %  ; I'laaUUeng buildiiif %  Oil iAJJB "MAKISTOW IfnCurnislicd t: MNW. Kully Furnished t4,5l aa of the best position* on Maxwell Coast, having Plivati Boa Ling of Kour Bedrooms, Large Lotltlge Dining-Hooin, large kitchen, Butterv. Etc. Also having 2) delightful Balconies. Outside Two car Oarage, Three fowl houses. fun) furnished. Purchaser paying Stamp duties, i'l.-scsMon within one Month. Viewing 4 p.m.—0 pjn. .ii... day. Iuither particulars, p..one 4H83 or 8402. into Aim \i SI I I < I |>\ HIUW %  <"< BMOJ >l>< i"i pair mil Shadea n^STIC 36" aide in While lUue, |^i„„,, A Pink etc. per jd. lllll > II \ IH III I.IS ii.ulli.olour 36e. each 1 I I M I IlIBUUN in Red. Illark. 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AddlnVht^iiine 'T^gToIaT t Vaiva O B C IW.*r-,..r*. Slnrgn WanveT 13 Valve .,navie nsodel I Valve Twin •kpea.kar Radio Dining Chads* TTitinsaiir 7ft V) suroaaate d. bta Thin,--' %  ,. sfewvai Numeruua amgUl Mstfiogsny table. Antique. Open dally am. lo II. \ ELSWICK CYCLES ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF THESE FAMOUS CYCLES HAS JUST BEEN RECEIVED GENTS 24 ROADSTERS I ASH OH IhHflS CHARLES McENEARNEY & Co., Ltd. CROHN? £iOWNf tMHNf tiums? CKOS WHAT? CROWN GISGEKALI